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BETHANY 
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W. A. BLISS, III 

Editor-in-Chief 

DAVID BANE 

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COLLEGE 
WEST VIRGINIA 



Wilson Smith 

Associate Editor 

Cindi Heslop 

Senior Editor 

Carolyn Bickle 

Faculty Editor 

Lois Kramer 

Art and Photography Editor 

Ruth Caine 

Features Editor 

Tom Lewis and Bruce Keenan 
Sports Editors 




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THE BETHANIAN 

BETHANY COLLEGE 

BETHANY, WEST VIRGINIA 




Dear Class of 1964: 

It is my unique privilege in this, my last editorial 
assignment, to present you, the Class of 1964, your one 
lasting memento of your years at Bethany College. We are 
on the brink of a new life: never again will we climb the 
hill to Old Main for class. We are now on our own in 
the world, having a common heritage and facing even steeper 
hills to climb in the years to come. 

This year, to keep up with an ever expanding Bethany, 
we have expanded the size of the Bethanian to the more 
familiar "university size" book. It has been the effort 
of the staff and myself to present to you bigger and 
better coverage of this, our last year at Bethany, by the 
use of the larger yearbook size. 

We have shared four happy years--perhaps they were 
too happy. The time has come when we must depart for a 
new life. As we go, a part of us remains, but in return 
we take with us many memories -- some sad, many happy, 
but all beloved. None of us will ever forget our days as 
undergraduates, days in which we learned to live and love 
our Alma Mater. 

As we follow our various roads through life, let us 
never feel alone. We always have a home at old Bethany, 
a place which we love and to which we can return to see 
the old tradition of which we are a part. 



In parting, I wish you all the best of luck in the 
years to come. 

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Editor-in-Chief 



Table of 



Editors Introduction 

Dedication 

In Memoriam 

This Is Bethany . . . 
Administration .... 

Faculty 

Seniors 

Queens 

Activities 

Fraternities 

Sororities 

Organizations 

Sports 

Advertisements .... 
Patrons 



Contents 



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Dr. Barrie Richardson 




THE 1964 GRADUATING CLASS 

Takes Pride 
In Dedicating This Edition of 



THE BETHANIAN 



To 

MR. BARRIE RICHARDSON, D.B.A. 

Associate Professor of Economics 

Chairman of the Department of Economics 

Bethany College 




Dr. Richard L. Schanck 



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IN MEMORIAM 



Dr. Richard Louis Schanck 

May 7, 1902 - January 23, 1964 
Chairman of the Department of Sociology 



"Because I could not stop for Death, 
He kindly stopped for me; 
The carriage held but just ourselves 
And Immortality." 

— Emily Dickinson 



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President John F. Kennedy 



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IN MEMORIAM 



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John Fitzgerald Kennedy 

35th President of the United States 
May 29, 1917 -^November 22, 1963 



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"Ask not what your country can do for you — 
As^ what you can do for your country." 

— President Kennedy's Inaugural Address 
January 20, 1961 



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Board of 



Officers 

Maynard L. Pation, 

Perry E. Gresham, 

Warner G. Peterson, 

Charles D. Bell, 



George J. Barthold 
Courtney Burton 
Philip K. rierr 
Miss Pearl Mahaffey 
Charles H. Manion 
Dr. J. Park McMuUen 
Charles E. Palmer 
W. Arthur Rush 
Rev. Hollis L. Turley 
Roy S. Adkins 
Charles D. Bell 
Rev. A. Dale Piers 
Hamilton C. Forman 





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Frustees 



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C. Allen Harlan 
Karl B. Lutz 
Maynard L. Patton 
Dr. R. R. Renner 
Mrs. A. E. Wright, Sr. 
Carl Clayton 
Merritt J. Davis 
Robert D. Hurl 
M. J. Kasarda 
ihn Marshall 
Junius T. Moore 
Frank L. Wiegand, Jr. 
A. H. Wilson 
Austin V. Wood 



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Scholarship 




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Search and Research 











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Dimension for A Decade 




Food Service Center 




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Fine Arts Complex auditorium and the arts 




Steward's Inn lodging, restaurant, 



seminars 



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Education for Responsible 
Citizenship — 





Governor Lawrence 



Governors Rockefeller and Underwood 





President Johnson. 



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Congresswoman Green 




Foreign Students Make Bethany International 




L. to R.: Marie Stucky, Switzerland; Angelita Vargas, Costa Rica; Adavan Nawabi. Iran; Anna 
Barbarigos, Greece; Abdollah Hatefi, Iran. 



International Speakers 



Christian Living Emphasis Week 




An annual Christian Experience at Bethany 




Dr. Greshani welcomes Dr. Langlie of Mexico 
Cit)'. He is president of North American U. 
there. 



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ADMINISTRATION 




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Dr. Perry Epler Gresham 

President of the College 



Dr. Perry Epler Gresham was elected chairman of the Com- 
mission on Colleges and Universities of the North Central 
Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, for 1964-65 
this year. In choosing Dr. Gresham for this top national position 
educators throughout the country have once again demonstrated 
the high regard they have for him. 

He is in his eleventh year as Bethany president, a span of 
time that has seen the college grow by leaps and bounds. Both 
students and faculty members have great respect and admiration 
for this leader who has done so much to help Bethany College 
keep pace with the rapidly moving educational system of today. 




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Administration 




Warner G. Peterson 

Vice President and Treasurer of the College 



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Bernal R. Weimer 



Acting Dean of the Faculty 



Dr. Bernal R. Weimer returned to his former post as 
Dean of the Faculty following the resignation of Dr. 
David F. Ross second semester of this year. 

In addition to his responsibilities as acting Dean of 
the Faculty, Dr. Weimer is also Chairman of the De- 
partment of Biology. 





David F. Ross 



Dean of the Faculty 



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Administration 




Robert A. Sandercox 



Dean of Students 



Miss Darline Nicholson 



Dean of Women 




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Mrs. Harry Myers 

Phillips Hall Head Resident 



Joseph M. Kurey 

Assistant to the Dean of Students 




Mrs. Verda Worthen 

House Mother 
of Harlan Hall 




Mrs. Frances Stunkard 

House Mother 
of Morlan Hall 




Miss Ethel Jones 

House Mother 
of Morlan Hall 



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Administration 




Merrill Petty 

Assistant to the President, 
Director of De\'elopment 




Farrell Walters 

Director of Church Relations 
and Ministerial Training 




Harold C. Doster 

Assistant to the President 

for Alumni Relations 
and Special Development 



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Registrar 




Jerry Lee Jones 

Business Manager 













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James W. Carty, Jr. 

Director of Public Relations 



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Administration 




John Graham 

Director of Admission 




Paul E. White 

Purchasing Agent and Manager 
of College Stores 




John J. Clopine 

Head Librarian 




C. Marc Arnold 

Assistant Director of Admission 



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Harlie B. Dunham 

Superintendent, 
Buildings and Grounds 




John DePew 

Assistant Librarian 




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Mrs. Chandler Shaw 

Head Cataloger 




F. D. Large, M.D. 
Catherine Springer, R.N. 

College Physician and Nurse 



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Administration 




Ignatius S. Cipolla 



Manager of Food Service 



Under the direction of Mr. Ignatius S. 
Cipolla and his associate managers, Mr. 
Herman Price and Mr. Charles Morrow, 
the food service at Bethany has continued 
to improve this year. 

A choice of two entrees at the noon meal 
and several special dinners throughout 
the year have been initiated by the food 
service this year. 




Herman M. Price 

Associate Manager of 
Food Service 




Charles Morrow 

Associate Manager of 
Food Service 



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Lois Cox 

Accountant 



Mrs. Jauneta Mahan 

Secretary to the President 



Miss Beverly Gorby 

Secretary to the Vice-President 




Miss Jean Smith 

Secretary to the Dean 
of Faculty 




Miss Helen Kemp 

Switch Board Operator 




Mrs. Dunham 

Secretar)' to the Dean 

of Students 




Mrs. Hoffman 
Alumni Secretary 




Bethany College Secretarial Pool FIRST ROW, L. to R.: Carolyn 
Barnes, Jo Ann Davis, Linda Craig, Joan Craig. SECOND ROW, L. to R.: 
Toby Bowers, Judy Clow, Marifyn Bolen, Mable McGlumphy. THIRD 
ROW, L. to R.: Jean Smith, Ruth Main, Virginia Dowden. 



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FACULTY 




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Faculty 




Dr. Weimer gives instruction to a Student Nurse. 




EARL W. BOURNE, M.A. 
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EDWARD E. SWEET, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Biology 



BERNAL R. WEIMER, Ph.D. 

Distinguished Professor of Biology 
Head of the Department 





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WILMA M. SHANER, B.A. 
Part-time Instructor in Biology 



Richardson to Head Department 




RICHARD H. SLAVIN, Ph.D. 

Professor of Economics 

Head of the Depaii>?ient 




Dr. Barrie Richardson became acting head of 
the Economics Department during the sabbatical 
of Dr. Richard Slavin, head of the department. 
He will head the Department of Economics 
next Fall. 

Dr. David F. Ross will go to teach in Liberia 
next year. 




DAVID F. ROSS, Ph.D. 
Professor of Economics 




BARRIE RICHARDSON, D.B.A. 

Associate Professor of Economics 
Head of the Department 



JERRY LEE JONES, M.A. 
Assistant Professor of Economics 



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Faculty 





HELEN L. McGUFFIE, Ph.D. 

Professor of English 

Head of the Department 



JOHN R. TAYLOR, M.A. 

Associate Professor of 

English 




ROBERT H. SYKES, Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of 

English 



Dr. Sykes will leave this summer 
for a year in Japan on a Fulbright 
Lectureship and will return to Beth- 
any in 1966. 




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DONALD REILLY, M.A. 
Instructor in English 







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WILBERT SCOTT RAY, Ph.D. 
Professor of Psychology 
Head of the Depaytment 





MARY E. McKENZIE, M.A. 
Part-time Instructor in Enghsh 




DONALD L. WRIGHT, B.A. 

Instructor in Psychology 



MRS. RUTH FRAZIER, B.A. 
Part-time Instructor in English 



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Faculty 




HELEN P. ELBIN, A.B. 
Instructor in Music 




GEORGE K. HAUPTFUEHREP, M.A. 

Associate Professor of Fine Arts 

Head of the Departments of Fine 

Arts and Music 




ABRAM KAMINSKY, M.M.E. 

Assistant Professor of 

Music 




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OLIVER MANNING 

Artist in Residence in the 

Department of Music 





KENT K. McALEXANDER, M.A. 
Assistant Professor of Art 
Head of the Department 



WILLIAM FRANKLIN, M.A, 

Assistant Professor of Speech and Drama 

Head of the Department 



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JOSEPHINE B. THOMS, B.A. 
Instructor in Art 



WESLEY WAGNER, B.A. 
Instructor in Art 



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Faculty 





JOHN D. DRAPER, Ph.D. 

Professor of Chemistry 
Head of Depmimeiit 



JOHN S. V. ALLEN, Ph.D. 

Professor of Physics 

Head of the Depaiimeut 




SHIRLY W. GADDIS, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of 

Chemistry 




H. DONALD DAWSON, Ph.D. 

Coordinator of Student 

Research Programs 



Dr. Allen returned to Bethany 
second semester following a semes- 
ter on sabbatical as Visiting Profes- 
sor of Physics at the University of 
Pittsburgh. 




IRWIN H. POMERANTZ, Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of 

Chemistry 



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BRADFORD TYE, M.S. 

Associate Professor of Mathematics 

Head of the Department 






JOSEPH M. KUREY, B.S. 
Instructor in Mathematics 



JOAN POMERANTZ 

Part-time Instructor in Mathematics 



HSIOH-REN WEI, Ph.D. 

Acting Head of 
Physics Department 



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Faculty 










MARGARET MATHISON, M. LITT 
Associate Professor of Education 



E. JANE PORTER, A.B. 

Assistant Professor of Education in 

Cooperation with the Bethany Public 

School 



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LEVERING BONAR, M.A., A.B. 
Instructor in Education 




ROBERT A. PRESTON, Ph.D. 

Professor of Religion 
Head of the Departtnent 





J. JEFFERSON HAMILTON, B.D, 
Chaplain 




OSBORNE T. BOOTH, Ph.D. 

T. W. Phillips Professor 

of Old Testament 



LUTA MARIE GORDON, A.B., M.Ed. 
Assistant Professor of Education 



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Faculty 




Miss Eve Baxter (far right), was a visiting consultant professor 
this year. She is Foreign Language Coordinator of the Baldwin- 
Whitehall School District in Pennsylvania. Looking on are Dr. 
McKenzie and Mrs. Gallager. 





EARL D. McKENZIE, Ph.D. 

Professor of Foreign Languages 
Head of the Departmejit 



WILLIAM N. FERRIS, Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of 

Foreign Languages 

Acting Head of the Department 



Dr. Ferris became acting head of 
the Foreign Language Department 
during the first semester while Dr. 
McKenzie was on sabbatical doing 
work at the University of Geneva in 
Switzerland. Dr. Ferris left second 
semester for a 10 month Fulbright- 
Hays grant to study at the National 
University of Mexico and will re- 
turn in the fall. 




MARGARET R. WOODS, M.A. 

Associate Professor of 

Foreign Languages 

Emeritus 




CORDELIA L. GREY, M.A. 

Instructor in Foreign 

Languages 



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CHAI SIK CHUNG, TH.M., B.D. 

Assistant Professor of Sociology and Anthropology 

Acting Head of the Departnient 






RABBI MORDECAI N, GOLDZWAIG 
Instructor in Sociology 



CHRISTIANE MAGDALENE ANGELE, B.S., M.A. 
Instructor in Foreign Languages 



MARGUERITE M. GIRARD, B.A. 

Licence des Lettres 

Instructor in Foreign Languages 



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Faculty 




JOHN G. PATTERSON, M.A. 

Assistant Professor of 

History and Political Science 




B. CHANDLER SHAW, Ph.D. 

George T. Oliver Professor of 

History and Political Science 

Head of the Department 




WILLIAM L. YOUNG, M.A. 

Associate Professor of 

History and Political Science 



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JAMES W. CARTY, JR., M.S. 
Professor of Journalism 
Head of the Department 



Professor Carty spent the first semes- 
ter of this year in Nicaragua where he 
was on a Fulbright-Hays Lecture grant. 



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ALLIE FRAZIER, Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of Philosophy 

Head of the Department 



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Faculty 




JOHN KNIGHT, M.A. 

Professor of Physical Education 

Head of the Department 




HAROLD E. MARTIN, JR., M.A. 

Assistant Professor of 

Physical Education 




ROBERT COIN, M.A. 
Instructor in Physical Ed. 



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ANDREW URBANIC, A.B. 
Instructor in Physical Education 




SUSAN W. HANNA, B.A. 
Instructor in Physical Education 



S. ELIZABETH REED, M.Ed. 
Associate Professor in Phy. Ed. 



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SENIORS 




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Class of 1964 
Senior Officers 




Vice President 



H. DONALD MAIRS 

"Don" 

Teaneck, New Jersey 

English 

Kalon; Who's Who; Varsity "B", 

C.L.E.W., Treas.; Bethany Memorial 

Assistant 




Treas.; 
Church 



Secretary 




WILBER A. BLISS, III 

"Sandy" 

Beaver, Pennsylvania 
Journalist?! 

Alpha Sigma Phi; Kalon; Who's Who; 
Journalism Dept. Assistant; Student Assistant 
to College News Bureau; Bethany Tower, 
Reporter, Editor-in-Chief; Bethanian, As- 
sociate Editor, Editor-in-Chief; S.B.O.P., 
Chairman; Intramurals; Golf, 'Co-Captain; 
■Varsity "B" Club; Social Committee; E. E. 
Roberts Award in Journalism. 

Treas!/rer 



BETTY JANE FELLERS 

"B. J." 

Silver Spring, Maryland 

History and Political Science 

Kappa Delta, Vice-Pres., Sec, Scholarship 

Chairman; Sophomore Counselor; Instrument 

Ensemble; I.R.C.; Ministerial Association 




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ROBERT THEODORE VAVRINA, JR. 
"Vav" 

Tenafly, New Jersey 
English 

Sigma Nu, Lt. Commander, Pledge Trainer; 
Bethanian Art Editor; Junior Class President; 
Student Marshal S.B.O.G.; Varsity "B"; 
I.F.C.; Circle "K"; Track; Co-Captain; Foot- 
ball 



SUSAN CAROLINE 




RICHARD STEPHEN 


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AKAWIE 


"Sue" 




"Ak" 


Levittown, New York 




Wantagh, New York 


History 




Chemistry 


History Dept. Assistant; 


Sopho- 


Alpha Sigma Phi, Marshal, 


more Counselor; I.R.C. 


, Pres.; 


Scholarship Chairman, Athletic 


A.W.S., V-Pres.; Ban 


d; Or- 


Chairman; Gamma Sigma 


chestra; Dance Band 




Kappa; Beta Beta Beta; 
S.B.O.G.; S.B.O.P.; Student 
Handbook 



SARAH ANDREA 

ALEXANDER 
"Andy" 

Mesquite, Texas 
H/ilory and Political Science 
Kalon; Who's Who; Student 
Court Justice; Senior Fellow, 
Dept. History and Pol. Sci- 
ence; Sock and Buskin, Sec; 
Student Congregation, Pro- 
gram Chairman; S.B.O.G.; 
LR.C. 



JOE CODY ANDRICK 

"Cody" 

Coraopolis, PennsyUania 
Chemiilry 

Orchestra; Brass Choir; Intra- 
mural Sports 



DAVID CONNER 

BANE, JR. 
"Dave" 

Wheeling, West Virginia 
Economics 

Beta Theta Pi, Social Chairman, 
Vice Pres.; Who's Who; Ec- 
onomics Dept. Assistant; Bet- 
hanian. Business Manager; 
S.B.O.P.; Varsity "B"; Econo- 
mics Club; C.L.E.W.; Canter- 
bury Club; Tennis; Intramurals 



JOHN WARREN BAXTER 
Cranston, Rhode Island' 
History and Political Science 
Sociology Dept. Assistant; 
IRC. 



JOHN J. BENDER 

Weirton, West Virginia 
Economics 

Sigma Nu, Chaplain; Econo- 
mics Club; Intramural Football 



CAROLYN ANN BICKEL 

"Pickle" 

Pittsburgh, PennsyKania 

French 

Alpha Xi Delta, Pres.; Vice 
Pres., Assistant Rush Chair- 
man; Kalon, Vice Pres.; 
Gamma Sigma Kappa, Sec- 
Treas.; Who's Who; Assistant 
in Language Dept.; Student 
Guide; Bethanian Staff; Tower 
Staff; Panhellenic, Vice Pres.; 
S.B.O.G. Tutor 




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JANEY ELIZABETH 
BOLTON 

Chatham, New Jersey 

Aiathema/ics 

Kappa Delta, Membership 

Chairman; Social Committee; 

Bethanian, Photo Editor; Pan- 

hellenic; Messiah Chorus 



ROBERT OLIVER 

BOWEN 
■'Bob" 

Sistersville, West Virginia 

Chemistry 

Ironmen; Chemistry Club; 

Intramurals 



ALICE MAE BOYD 

"Alice" 

SteubenviUe, Ohio 

Eletnentary Education 

Library Assistant; Bethanian 

Staff 



MARSHALL P. BRAND 

"Marsh" 

Forest Hills, New York 

History 

Independent Men; S.B.O.G. 

Representative; I.R.C. 



DAVID GEORGE BURY 
"Bur" 

Kenmore, New York 
History 

Sigma Nu, Social Chairman; 
History Dept. Assistant; So- 
cial Committee; Varsity "B"; 
Moo Moo Moo; Football In- 
tramurals 



RUTH PATRICIA 

CAINE 
West Orange, New Jersey 
Journalism 

Zeta Tau Alpha, Rush Chair- 
man, Historian; Bethanian 
Features Editor; Panhellenic; 
A.W.S.; May Morning Break- 
fast Chairman; S.B.O.G.; Stu- 
dent Guide; Newman Club 



ARTHUR N. CARLSON 
Belleville, New Jersey 
"Art" 
Chemistry 

Ironmen; Chemistry Club; 
Modern Language Club; Intra- 
murals; Swimming; Indepen- 
dent Men Association 



DAVID LAWRENCE 

CARR 
"Dave" 

Cleveland, Ohio 
Economics 

Alpha Sigma Phi, Chaplain, 
Social and Rush Chairman, 
Corresponding and Recording 
Secretary; Economics Dept. As- 
sistant; Bethany Journal of Pol- 
itical Economy Editor; 
O.V.C.C, Sec.-Treas., Social 
Committee, Publicity Chair- 
man; Tower Staff; S.B.O.G. 



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ERIN ELIZABETH 
CARRIGAN 

Sherrard, West Virginia 
French 

Alpha Xi Delta, Journal Cor- 
respondent, Scholarship Chair- 
man; History Dept. Assistant; 
Foreign Language Dept. Assist- 
ant; Messiah Chorus 



SANDRA ELIZABETH 

CHAPMAN 
"Chaps" 

Wellsburg, West Virginia 
EL'i>u'ii!ai) Education 
Phi Mu, Social Chairman, 
Scholarship Chairman, Social 
Service, Historian; Sock and 
Buskin, Co-Historian; W.R.A.; 
Social Committee; Messiah 
Chorus; Church Choir 



RICHARD JOHN 
CHONGAWAY 
"Rich" 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
Bioloi^y 

Beta Theta Pi, House Manager, 
St't. of Arms; Intramurals 



ROGER CHUTTER 

"Chut" 

Portland, Connecticut 
Econotnics 

Economics Dept. Assistant; 
Bethany Journal of Political 
Economy, Assistant Editor; Ec- 
onomics Club; Intramurals; 
Messiah Chorus 



STOCKWELL WILLIAM 

COLE 
Lydford, Jamaica 
Economics 

Beta Theta Pi, Secretary; Ec- 
onomics Club; S.B.O.G.; Track; 
Intramurals 



LYNN JOAN COLEMAN 
Naperville, Illinois 
Physical Ed ti cat ion 
Assistant in Secretarial Pool; 
W.R.A., Pres.; A.W.S. Carn- 
ival Committee; Intramurals; 
Life-Savin" Instructor 



ELIZABETH PRIDEAUX 

COLLINS 
"Liz" 

Claysville, Pennsylvania 
History 



PATRICIA ANN COLLINS 
"Pat" 

Kenmore, New York 
Biology 

Kappa Delta, Editor; Kalon, 
Sec.-Treas.; Biology Dept. As- 
sistant; S.B.O.G., Sec; Beta 
Beta Beta, Treas.; C.L.E.W., 
Sec; Homecoming Court; 
O.V.C.C; Encounter 




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WILLIAM RANDOLPH 
COOEY 

"Randy" 

Wheeling, West Virginia 

Economics 

Omicron Delta Epsilon, V. 

Pres .; Intramurals 



STANLEY ZALE COWEN 

"Zaie" 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Chemistry 

Beta Theta Pi, Alumni Sec; 

Gamma Sigma Kappa, V. Pres.; 

Beta Beta Beta, V. Pres.; Male 

Chorus; Chemistry Club; 

C.L.E.W.; Intramurals 



KAREN LYNN 
CROUSHORE 

Cranford, New Jersey 
Elemen/ai-y Education 
Alpha Xi Delta, Rec. Sec, 
Philanthropy Chairman, House 
Council; W.R.A.; A.W.S. 
Board S.N.E.A.; Bethanian 
Staff; Messiah Chorus; Intra- 
murals 



LINDA LEE DAVIS 
Braceville, Ohio 
English 

Phi Mu; Kalon; Who's Who; 
Honors Program; Sophomore 
Counselor; Sigma Tau Delta; 
Freshman Handbook, Editor; 
Student Court; S.B.O.G., Cor- 
responding Sec; A.W.S., V. 



Pres,, Corresponding Sec. 
cert Choir 



Con- 



RICHARD ALCORN 

DEEMER 
"Deems" 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
Mathematics 

Kappa Alpha, Pres., Treas.; 
I.F.C., Treas.; Track, Intra- 



JANE M. EDWARDS 

West Simsbury, Connecticut 
Ele?nentarj Education 



MARY LEE OHS 
ELLENBERGER 
"Lee" 

Washington, Pennsylvania 
Elementary Education 
Kappa Delta, Social Service 
Chairman, Press Chairman; 
S.N.E.A., Membership Chair- 
man; S.B.O.G.; I.R.C.; A.W.S., 
Board; Bethanian Staff 



DONALD B. FEINSOD 

"Sod" 

Forest Hills, New York 

Biology 

Alpha Sigma Phi; News 
Bureau, Photographer, Intra- 
murals 



72 



ALBERT LAWRENCE 
FILONI 

"AI" 

California, Pennsylvania 

Art 

Gamma Sigma Kappa; Kalon; 

Who's Who; Kennedy Award; 

Art Dept. Assistant; Honors 

Program; S.B.O.G., Pres.; 

Literary Harbinger, Art Editor; 

Student Court; Brass Choir; 

Baroque Orchestra; Cultural 

Committee 



JOHN CHRISTIAN 

FLEISSNER, IV 
"Chris" 

Short Hills, New Jersey 
Economics 




ROBERT NOEL 

FOREMAN 
New Cumberland, West 

Virginia 
Hiilory 


RONALD DANIEL 
FOWLER 

"Puss" 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Physical Education 


Kappa Alpha, Athletic 
man; S.B.O.G.; Varsity 
Cross-Country; Track; 


Chair- 

"B"; 

Intra- 


I.R.C.; Intramurals, Ironmen 


Football, Captain; Varsity "B", 
Pres.; Track; Intramurals, Di- 
rector 


murals 









CAROLYN MARIE FUNK 
Wellsburg, West Virginia 
E/emeiititry Education 
Zeta Tau Alpha, Service Chair- 
man, Ritual Chairman; Messiah 
Chorus 



ROBERT L. FUSARO 
"Bob" 

Rural Valley, Pennsylvania 
Phy sic 5 

Physics Dept. Senior Assistant; 
Foreign Language Dept. As- 
sistant; Head Waiter, Bethany 
House; Intramurals 



SIEGFRIED JOSEF 
HEINRICH GEISEL 

"Sieg" 

Brooklyn, New York 
Chemistry 

Independent Men; Fine Arts 
Dept. Assistant; Arts Depart- 
ment Assistant; Math Dept 
Assistant; Chemistry Dept, 
Assistant; Beta Beta Beta 
Chemistry Club; Male Chorus 
Orchestra; Language Club; 
I.R.C. 



JOHN BRUCE GILES 

"GiUis" 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Economics 

Sigma Nu, House Manager; 

Thistle, Board of Directors; 

Freshman Class, V. Pres.; 

Football 




73 




GARY LEE GORBY 

Wellsburg, West Virginia 

Biology 

Independent Men; Biology 

Dept. Assistant; Brass Choir; 

Male Chorus; Orchestra 



HERBERT D. GRAETZ 

"Herb" 

Verona, New Jersey 

Econo>nics 

Alpha Sigma Phi, Pledgemas- 
ter, Social Chairman; Track; 
Intramurals 



ROBERT PAUL GRAHAM 
"Bob" 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Journalism 

Alpha Sigma Phi, Rush Chair- 
man, Athletic Chairman, Ed- 
itor; Tower Business Manager; 
S.B.O.P.; Sophomore Class 
Treasurer; Football; Intra- 
murals 



LARRY EDWARD GRIMES 

Russellville, Indiana 

English 

Alpha Sigma Phi; Gamma 

Sigma Kappa; Religion Dept. 

Assistant; Alpha Psi Omega, 

Pres.; Sigma Tau Delta, Pres. 



DAVID NERHOOD 

GROELING 
"Dave" 

Verona, New Jersey 
Economics 

Ironmen; Economics Club; 
I.R.C.; Modern Language Club; 
Intramurals 



SHELBY GWATKIN 

"Shelb" 

North Haven, Conn. 

Sociology 

Alpha Xi Delta, Pledge Class 

Sec; Sociology Club; Bethanian 



WILLIAM ELLIOT 

GWATKIN 
"Bill" 

Woodbridge, Conn. 
History and Political Science 
History Dept. Assistant; I.R.C.; 
Falk Foundation Internship; 
Intramurals 



SUSAN ELIZABETH 

HALM 
"Sue" 

Steubenville, Ohio 
Math 

Phi Mu, Treas., Math Dept. 
Assistant; C.L.E.W.; S.B.O.G.; 
W.R.A.; Messiah Chorus; Din- 
ing Hall Committee; Intra- 
murals 



74 



NANCY JOAN HANNA 

"Nancy" 

Ridgewood, New Jersey 

Phi Mu, Scholarship Chairman, 
Assistant Treas.; W.R.A.; In- 
tramurals 



HILLARY F. HARRIMAN 
New York City, New York 
Elemtiildiy Education 
Zeta Tau Alpha, V, Pres., 
Song Leader; A.W.S., Treas.; 
W.R.A., Pres., Social Chair- 
man; S.N.E.A.; Bethanian; In- 
tramurals 



PHILLIP ROGER 

HARRISON 
"Dempsey" 
Pomeroy, Ohio 
Physkiil Education 
Beta Theta Pi; Varsity "B"; 
Basketball, Most Valuable 
Player Award, All P.A.C., 
Captain; Intramurals 



DEAN R. HAUBRICH 
Trafford, Pa. 

Alpha Sigma Phi; Beta Beta 
Beta; Biology Dept. Assistant 



LYNN LEE HELSBY 
"Lynn" 
Berwyn, Pa. 
Modern Languages 
Alpha Sigma Phi, Sec, Cus- 
todian; Gamma Sigma Kappa; 
Language Dept. Assistant; 
Language Club, V. Pres.; 
S.B.b.G.; Dining Hall Com- 
mittee 



ROGER HENDERSON 

Upper Darbey, Pa. 

History 

Kappa Alpha; Junior Class 

President 



JAMES HERMAN 

Union, New Jersey 
Economics 



PHILIP HERMAN 
"Phil- 
New Cumberland, W. 
Journalism 
Beta Theta Pi 



Va. 





STANLEY BLAIR HERSH 

"Stan" 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Biology 

Biolotiy D e p t . Assistant; 

C.L.E.W., Executive Committee; 

Jewish Fellowship Group, 

Chairman; S.B.O.G., Tutoring 

Service; Chemistry Club; 

S.B.O.P.; Intramurals 



CINDI LOU HESLOP 

"Cindi" 

Martins Ferry, Ohio 

Sociology 

Alpha Xi Delta, Membership 

Chairman, Pledge Class Pres., 

Library Assistant; A.W.S. 

Carnival Queen Court; Sigma 

Nu White Rose Queen; Pan- 

hellenic; Sociology Club; 

A.W.S. : Bethanian'Staff 



ROBERT A. HIGGINS 

"Bob" 

Hillsdale, New Jersey 

History 

Sigma Nu; LR.C; Newman 
Club; Junior Chamber of Com- 
merce; Intramurals 



CONSTANCE ELLEN 
HOLDEN 

"Connie" 
Painsville, Ohio 
Sociology 

Alpha Xi Delta, V. Pres.; Gate- 
way House Council; Bethanian 
Staff; Sociology Club 



RICHARD LAURENCE 

HOMER 
"Dick" 

Grove City, Pa. 
Biology 

Independent Men; Biology 
Dept. Assistant; I.M.A., Treas.; 
Brass Choir Orchestra; Intra- 
murals 



THELMA JEAN MALLETT 
HORTON 

"Jeanne" 

Mingo Junction, Ohio 
Physical Education 
Gamma Sigma Kappa; Who's 
Who; W.R.A., V. Pres., Sec; 
C.L.E.W., Co-Chairman; En- 
counter; Student Congregation; 
Intramurals 



CAROL K. HUGHES 

Columbia, Missouri 

Religion 

Religion Dept. Assistant; 

LR.C; Ministerium; Ministerial 

Association 



G. STEPHEN INGRAM 

"Steve" 

Oceanport, New Jersey 
History 

Sigma Nu, Rush Chairman; 
Junior Class Treas.; LR.C; 
Jaycees; Social Committee; In- 
tramurals 



76 



JOAN J. IRVING 
Westport, Connecticut 
English 

Senior Assistant in English 
Dept.; A.W.S., Carnival Co- 
Chairman; Gateway Hall, Pres.; 
Bethanian; A.W.S. Represent- 
ative; Intramurals 



FRANCIS JAMES 
■•Jay" 

Darien, Connecticut 
Phi Kappa Tau, V. Pres., 
Scholarship Chairman; Intra- 
murals 



CLARENCE WILLIAM 

JOHNSON 
"Bill" 

Tampa, Florida 
Economics 

Ironmen; Economics Club, V. 
Pres.; I.R.C.; Varsity "B" Club; 
Ministerial Association; Mod- 
ern Language Club; Student 
Congregation; Swimming, Tri- 
Captain; Intramurals 



DOLORES CAROL JONES 
"Jonesie" 
Steuben vi lie, Ohio 
Elemeiilai) Ediidilio)! 

Kappa Delta, Pledge Class Pres- 
ident, Housemanager; Educa- 
tion Dept. Assistant 



ARTHUR LESLIE KARR 

McMechen, West Virginia 

Chemistry 

Alpha Sigma Phi, V. Pres.; 

Chemistry Dept. Assistant; 

Chemistry Club; Dramatics 

Club 



BRUCE KING KEENAN 

"Yogi" 

East Orange, New Jersey 

foNrnalism 

Tower, Sports Editor; Varsity 

"B"; Bethanian; Intramurals 



ALICE GALE KEYES 

"Gale" 

Scarsdale, New York 

Elementary Education 

Kappa Delta; I.R.C.; Bethanian; 

Newman Club; Pep Club; Intra- 



ROGER GEHRIG 

KINDELBERGER 
"R.K." 

Wheeling, West Virginia 
Economics 

Kappa Alpha, Pres., Social 
Chairman, Athletic Director; 
I.F.C., Treas.; C.L.E.W.; Eco- 
nomics Club; Bethany House 
Head Waiter; Head Resident, 
McLean Hall and McEachern 
Hall; Basketball; Intramurals 





KATHRYN ANN KINNEY 

"Kathy" 

West Alexander, Pa. 

Elementary Education 

Zeta Tau Alpha, Sec; Art 

Dept. Assistant; S.N.E.A., 

Treas.; Messiah Choir 



GEORGE J. KNEELAND 

"Pepper" 

Harrington Park, N.J. 

Economics 

S.B.O.G.; Jr. Class, Student 

Marshal; Intramurals 



SALLY ANN KNIGHT 
"Sal" 

Steubenville, Ohio 
Mathematics 

Alpha Xi Delta, Correspond- 
ing Sec, Treas., Assistant 
Treas.; Math Dept. Assistant; 
Tower Staff; Bethanian Staff 



JOHN T. KOEDDERICH, JR. 

"Jack" 

Teaneck, New Jersey 

Mathematics 

Phi Kappa Tau, Treas.; Math 

Dept. Assistant; B.M.O.C, 

Chairman; Intramurals 



MARGARET KOVAC 

"Margie" 

Elizabeth, Pa. 

Chemistry 

Phi Mu, Pres., Treas.; Kalon; 

Beta Beta Beta; History Dept. 

Assistant; Homecoming Queen; 

Panhellenic Council, Pres.; 

Chemistry Club, Sec.-Treas. 



ROBERT H. KRAMER, JR. 
Hightstown, New Jersey 
Philosophy 

Philosophy Dept., Senior Fel- 
low; Honors Program; Who's 
Who; Sigma Tau Delta; Liter- 
ary Harbinger; Business Man- 
ager, Editor 



CHESTER H. KUSEK 

"Chet" 

West Springfield, Mass. 

Philosophy 

Male Chorus; Intramurals 



HARRIETT MARIE LEWIS 

Wellsburg, West Virginia 
Elementary Education 
Phi Mu, Sec, Chaplain, Fra- 
ternity Education and Ritualistic 
Chairman; Library Assistant; 
Sock and Buskin, Historian; 
Canterbury Club; Messiah Cho- 
rus; W.R.A.; S.N.E.A.; Church 
Choir; C.L.E.W. 



78 



THOMAS LLEWELLYN 
LEWIS, III 

"Tom" 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

fo!/i/!ctUsm 

Phi Kappa Tau; Bethanian, 

Sports Editor; Varsity "B"; 

Tower Staff; S.B.O.G.; 

C.L.E.W,; I.R.C; Football, Tri- 

Captain 



ALBERT SAUL LUBRAN 

"Al" 

Steubenville, Ohio 

Phys/cs 

Independent Men; Physics 

Dept. Assistant; I.M.A., Pres.; 

S.B.O.G.; Social Committee; 

Jewish Fellowship Group; In- 

tramurals 



MARILYN JEAN MAIER 
"Mimi" 

Millburn, New Jersey 
Physical Education 
Kappa Delta, Social Service 
Chairman; A.W.S., Recording 
Sec; Cheerleader; W.R.A.; 
Dining Hall Committee; Stu- 
dent Congregation; Church 
Choir; Intramurals 



THOMAS D. MALOY 

"Tom" 

Warren, Ohio 

"Economics 

Alpha Sigma Phi, Pres., Treas.; 

Who's Who; I.F.C., V. Pres., 

Treas.; Varsity "B"; Varsity 

Golf, Co-Captain; Intramurals 



HARVEY ALAN MALYN 
Houston, Texas 
Economics 

Economics Dept. Assistant; Om- 
icron Delta Epsilon, Pres.; 
Faulk Foundation Intern; 
Gamma Sigma Kappa; Bethany 
Journal of Political Economy, 
Associate Editor 



ROZANNE MASLANKA 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Sociology 

Kappa Delta; A.W.S. Repre- 
sentative; Cheerleader; New- 
man Club; Sociology Club; Pep 
Club; I.R.C; Intramurals 



ROGER WILLIAM MAUNZ 

Buffalo, New York 

Chemistry 

Varsity "B"; Chemistrj' Club; 

Cross Country, Captain; Track 



MARJORIE JEAN MAYER 
"Marge" 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Phi Mu, Rush Chairman; Soph- 
omore Counselor; W.R.A.; 
A.W.S.; C.L.E.W.; S.B.O.G.; 
Intramurals 





SUSAN ANN McCORMICK 

"Sue" 

Wheeling, West Virginia 

French 

Alpha Xi Delta, Pledge Trainer, 

Assistant Social Chairman; 

Gamma Sigma Kappa; Foreign 

Language Dept. Assistant; 

Cheerleader, Captain; S.B.O.G., 

Corres. Sec; W.R.A.; Intra- 



ROBERT THEODORE 
McELHOSE, JR. 

"Bob" 

Oakmont, Pa. 

Psychology 

Psychology Dept. Assistant; 

Male Chorus; Tower Staff; 

Jazz Combo 



MARGARET LYNN 

McFARLAND 
"Peggy" 
Coraopolis, Pa. 
Alt 

Alpha Xi Delta, Rush Chair- 
man, Scholarship Chairman, 
Editor of Panhellenic Hand- 
book; Art Dept. Assistant; 
Bethanian, Copy Editor; Cheer- 
leader; Tower Staff; W.R.A.; 
LR.C ; Panhellenic; Social 
Committee; Intramurals 



ROBERT ALAN 
MERWITZER 

"Bob" 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Alathemalks 
Independent Men; 
Lab Assistant; Band; 
Choir; Intramurals 



Education 
Orchestra; 



ROBERT L. 

MONTGOMERY 

"Bob" 

Bellaire, Ohio 
Psychology 

Kappa Alpha, Historian, Schol- 
arship Committee; Woodrow 
Wilson Candidate; National 
Campbell Scholar; S.B.O.G.; 
Cultural Committee; Intra- 



JONATHAN MUNNELL 

McKeesport, Pa. 

History and Political Science 



JAMES RICHARD 
NIEDERHUBER 

"Jim" 

Steubenville, Ohio 
Chemistry 
American Chemical 



Football; Track; Intramurals 



Society; 



JUDITH BOOTH NORTON 

"Judy" 

Cheshire, Connecticut 
Elementary Education 
Phi Mu, V. Pres., Pledge Di- 
rector; Library Assistant; Soph- 
omore Counselor; W.R.A., Sec; 
S.N.E.A., V. Pres.; A.W.S. 
Representative; LR.C; Intra- 
murals 



80 



ROBERT BREWER PACE 

"Beep" 

Wheeling, West Virginia 
Hislory and Political Science 
Kappa Alpha, Historian, Assist- 
ant House Manager; Varsity 
"B"; Tower Staff; I.R.C.; 
Swimming, All P.A.C., Co- 
Captain; Track; Intramurals 



JUDITH ELIZABETH PARK 

"Judy" 

West Alexander, Pa. 
Flench 

Zeta Tau Alpha, Pres., Treas.; 
Foreign Language Dept. Assist- 
ant; Panhellenic Sec. 



SARA TEBBS PENDLETON 

"Tebbs" 

Winchester, Kentucky 
Sociology 

Zeta Tau Alpha, Social Chair- 
man, Standards Chairman, Serv- 
ice Chairman; Sociology Dept. 
Assistant; Kappa Alpha Rose 
Queen; Homecoming Court 
A.W.S. Court; Bethanian Staff 
Sociology Club; Jr. Class, Sec. 
Social Committee, Sec. 



WILLIAM PHIFER 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

An 

Art Dept. Assistant 



LINDA MAE PIPER 

"Lin" 

Indiana, Pa. 

Psychology 

Assistant College Nurse 



ELLEN CAROLE POPE 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Elementary Education 

Kappa Delta, Song Leader, Ath- 
letic Chairman, Guard; W.R.A., 
Social Chairman; Concert Choir; 
W.R.A.; S.N.E.A.; I.R.C.; Mes- 
siah Choir 



LYNN HOWARD 
POSSINGER 

"Lynn" 
Ridgway, Pa. 
Biology 

Beta Beta Beta; Chemistr)- Club; 
Language Club 



FLORENCE JEAN REID 
"Flo" 

Garden City, New Jersey 
Mathematics 

Phi Mu, Fraternity Education 
Chairman; Ritual Chairman, As- 
sistant Treas.; Library Assistant; 
W.R.A.; Messiah Chorus; 
Church Choir; S.B.O.G.; Fresh- 
man Guide; Intramurals, Bowl- 
ing Trophy 





ESTHER BARBARA 
RICKERT 

"Rickey" 

Manhasset, New York 
Psychology 

Kappa Delta, Athletic Chair- 
man, Corresponding Sec; Psy- 
chology Dept. Assistant; LR.C; 
Tower Staff; Intramurals 



JOHN HOLLIS ROBINSON 

"Robby" 

Wheeling, West Virginia 

Chemisliy 

Beta Theta Pi; Gamma Sigma 
Kappa, Pres.; Beta Beta Beta, 
Pres.; Basketball; Golf 



MARGARET ANN 

ROBINSON 
"Marg" 

Willoughby, Ohio 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Xi Delta, Activities 
Chairman, Chaplain; Education 
Dept. Assistant; W.R.A.; 
S.N.E.A.; C.L.E.W., Commit- 
tee Chairman 



WILLIAM GEORGE 

ROBINSON 
"Bill" 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
Physics 

Independent Men; Physics Dept. 
Assistant; S.B.O.G.; Intramural 
Bowling 



GARY LEIGH ROGERS 
Steubenville, Ohio 
Biology 

Beta Theta Pi; Kalon, Pres.; 
Gamma Sigma Kappa; Beta 
Beta Beta; Biology Dept. Assist- 
ant; Student Court, Chief Jus- 
tice; S.B.O.G., Treas.; Sopho- 
more Class, V. Pres.; Tennis 



MARIA ROULIS 


RAYMOND H. ROUSE 


JOHN H. RUHL 


Baltimore, Maryland 


"Ray" 


McMechen, West Virginia 


English 


Springfield, New Jersey 


Religion 


Library Assistant; Girls Scout 


Mathematics 


Ministerial Association 


Leader; Tower Staff 


Intramural Basketball 





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KENNETH A. RYGLER 
"Rygs" 

New York, Nev.' York 
Chemistry 

Beta Theta Pi, Athletic Co- 
ordinator, Recording Sec; 
I.F.C.; Gamma Sigma Kappa; 
Omicron Delta Epsilon; Moo 
Moo Moo; Bethanian, Assistant 
Business Manager; Baseball; In- 
tramurals 



KATHRYN SCHAUMBERG 

"Katie" 

Short Hills, New Jersey 

An 

Kappa Delta; Art Dept. As- 
sistant; W.R.A. 



SUZANNE LOUISE 

SCHNAKE 
"Sue" 

Kenmore, New York 
Elementdiy Edi/calion 
Kappa Delta, Chaplain, Ed. 
Chairman, Magazine Chairman; 
Who's Who; Library Education, 
Physical Education Depts, As- 
sistant; AAV.S., Pres.; S.N.E.A., 
Pres.; Messiah Chorus 



ROYAL CLEAVES 
SCHOMP 

Fairfield, Connecticut 
Economics 

Beta Theta Pi, Pres,, Rush 
Chairman; Who's Who; Art 
Dept. Assistant; LF.C, Social 
Chairman; Male Chorus; Ora- 
torical Chorus; Social Commit- 
tee; Economics Club; Sock and 
Buskin; C.L.E.W.; Circle-K; 
Intramurals 



WILLIAM CARL 

SCHWARZEL 
"Bill" 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
Chemistry 

Chemistry Dept. Assistant; 
Chemistry Club; Ironmen 



MARILYN SHAPIRO 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
English 



RICHARD N. SHERWIN 

Munhall, Pennsylvania 

Biology 

Biology Dept. Assistant; Beta 

Beta Beta, Sec. 



BYRON RICHARD SMITH 

"Byron" 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Chemistry 

Sigma Nu; Beta Beta Beta; 

Gamma Sigma Kappa; S.B.O.G.; 

Chemistry Club 




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ROBERT CLARK SMITH 

"Bob" 

Luther, Michigan 

Religion 

Religion Dept. Assistant; Minis- 
terial Association; Student Min- 
ister; Concert Choir; Messiah 
Chorus; Student Congregation; 
Church Choir 



R. DOUGLAS SPANGLER 

Zanesville, Ohio 

Religion 

Kappa Alpha, Songleader; Male 

Chorus; Concert Choir 



KENNETH EARL 

SPONAGLE 
"Ken" 

Bethel Park, Pennsylvania 
Economics 

Sigma Nu, Pledge Trainer; Eco- 
nomics Club, Sec, Treas.; 
S.B.O.G.; Jaycees; Intramurals 



STEVEN E. SUTER 

Shelby, Ohio 

Psychology 

Phi Kappa Tau, Pres.; Track, 

Tri- Cap tain 



BARBARA LYNN TATOR 

"Barbi" 

Bridgeport, Connecticut 

Economics 

Phi Mu, House Manager, House 

Council; Intramurals 



CAROLY MARIE 
THEILACKER 

"Carolyn" 

Forest Hills, Pennsylvania 
Elementary Education 
Kappa Delta, Pres., Treas.; Ka- 
lon; Who's Who; Sophomore 
Counselor; Senior Assistant in 
Faculty Secretarial Pool; Stu- 
dent Congregation Pres.; 
W.R.A.; Panhellenic; Encoun- 
ter 



LAWRENCE STEPHEN 

THOMASES 
"Larry" 

Forest Hills, New York 
History 

Ironmen; History and Political 
Science Dept. Assistant; I.R.C., 
V. Pres.; Social Committee; Eco- 
nomics Club; Language Club; 
Sock and Buskin; Circle K; In- 
tramurals 



DAVID EDWARD 

TRAMACK 
"Trames" 

Ridgway, Pennsylvania 
Economics 

Beta Theta Pi, Treas., Song- 
leader; Male Chorus; Mixed 
Chorus; Intramurals 



84 



STUART K. TWEEDY 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Ecotiomks 

Phi Kappa Tau; Intramurals 



KAREN SEITZ TWILLA 

Kenmore, New York 
Eletnentary Education 

Kappa Delta, Treas., Assistant 
Treas., Parliamentarian; Senior 
Fellow in Education Dept.; 
Messiah Chorus; Bethanian 
Staff; Church Choir; S.N.E.A. 



PETER BRIAN VAN 

CAMERICK 
"Pete" 

Calverton, L.L, New York 
HJsloiy 

Beta Theta Pi; Varsity "B" 
Club; Tennis, Caotain 



BYRON LESLIE VAN PELT 

Bethany, West Virginia 
Biology 

Independent Men, Sec; Gam- 
ma Sigma Kappa; Biolog}' 
Dept. Assistant; Senior Fellow- 
ship; Beta Beta Beta; Handball 



KATHLEEN WADDELL 
Harrisonburg, Virginia 
Scandinavian Seminar, Junior 
Year 



DON BENTON WESER 

"Bent" 

Wellsburg, West Virginia 

Chemistry 

Independent Men, V. Pres.; 
Chemistry Dept. Assistant; 
Chemistry Club 



LAWRENCE GLEN 
WHITACRE 

"Whit" 
Alliance, Ohio 
Religion 

Independent Men, Treas.; Psy- 
chology Dept. Assistant; Min- 
isterial Association; Ministerium 



ROBERT WEBSTER 
WILLETT 

East Orange, New Jersey 
Sociology 

Sociology Club; Intramurals 





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ROBERT I. WILSON 

"Bob" 

Martinsville, Virginia 

History 

Kappa Alpha, Social Chairman; 

I.R.C.; Political Science Intern: 

Intramurals 



WILLIAM ARTHUR 

WYMAN 
"Bill- 
West Chester, Pennsylvania 
Alusic 

Alpha Sigma Phi, Correspond 
ing Sec, Marshal, Songleader 
Social Chairman; Who's Who 
Fine Arts, Music, and Admis 
sion Depts. Assistant; Kalon 
Social Committee, Treas., Co' 
Chairman; Concert Choir, Man- 
ager; C.L.E.W.; Touring Twen- 
ty; Male Chorus; Brass Choir: 
Mixed Quartet 



J. ALAN YARDIS 

"Al" 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Economics 

Phi Kappa Tau, Pres., V. Pres., 
Chaplain; Economics Dept. As- 
sistant; Who's "Who; Kalon; 
Economics Club, Pres., V. Pres.; 
O.V.C.C, V. Pres.; Junior Class 
V. Pres.; Thistle, Student Mana- 
ger; I.F.C.; S.B.O.G.; Social 
Committee, Co-Chairman 



IRENE REBECCA YOUNG 

"Renie" 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Elementary Education 

S.N.E.A., Sec; I.R.C.; Tower 
Staff; Intramurals 



Not Pictured: 
ROGER COLEMAN 
JUDITH GRAY 
VERNE LITSCHER 
EMIL OSTENBERG 
WILLIAM PATTERSON 
ROBERT PEARLMAN 
W. FREDERICK PORTER 
LEWIS SHAPIRO 
KATHLEEN UFFLEMAN 
DANIEL WEINREICH 



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Kappa Delta's entertain at a "Coke" party. 




The sorority picture is always a topic of conversation. 





The familiar serenade. 



The Alpha Xis try 
to grab a few girls 
at a formal rush 
party. 




Sorority 



Shortly after the start of school Sorority Rush 
starts anci with it the many rush parties and 
"snow jobs." 

For se\eral weeks the various sororities hold 
rush under the auspices of the Panhellenic 
Council. 

Coke parties and room visitations before the 
dinner hour become a daily ritual and song 
practice for the serenades is also in order. 



Another Coke party and time for lots of "gab." 



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Rush 



As the end of rush nears the sororities 
panic and go Hke mad for the last couple of 
days to sew up the last few girls. 

Finally the big night arrives and the girls 
leave the parties to go back to Phillips Hall 
to make their decisions. 

If the freshmen are lucky they get the 
sorority of their preference and ... if the 
sorority is lucky they get the girls of their 
choice. 



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Skits are one of the highlights of rush. 




The Zeta's rush some of the girls at one of the 
formal parties. 




Girls leave the Zeta Tau Alpha Preferential Party. 



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Steve Ingram greets John Peterson at the Sigma Nu House. 





Jeff Tindall entertain; 



Dick Deemer and his men await the arrival of rushees. 



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Fraternity 



For the first time the Inter-Fraternity Council had early rush this 
year. Freshmen did not have to have the 2.0 grade average to pledge. 

The remainder of rush however remained the same with informal 
rush parties scheduled three days a week. Following the informal rush 
parties Preferential Week was held, giving the freshmen a chance to 
make up their minds as to which fraternity they wished to rush. 



Dick Deemer greets a prospective pledge. 




! the KA Mansion. 




A jubilant group of freshmen following the handing out of fraternit)- bids. 



Rush 




Dean Sandercox hands out the freshman fraternity bids. 



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Sunny Skies Help to 




A warm and sunny fall day was the setting for 
the 1963 Homecoming activities at Bethany. 
Alumni flocked by the hundreds to see what they 
had hoped to be the first Homecoming victory 
in seven years. This was a dream that was never 
to be realized as the Bisons lost to Washington 
and Jefferson 20 to 14. 

All was not lost however, as alumni, students 
and faculty turned out to observe the day's ac- 
tivities from start to finish. 

The Penn Hills High School band led the 
parade from the Bee Hive to Rine Field followed 
by floats representing fraternities, sororities, in- 
dependents and freshmen preceding the game. 
Alpha Xi Delta Sorority and Alpha Sigma Phi 
Fraternity were judged the best sorority and 
fraternity floats and the freshmen received the 
award for best "over-all" float. 

The day was climaxed by the crowning of Miss 
Margie Kovac as Homecoming Queen at the 
dance held in the Pine Room at Oglebay Park. 
Her court was comprised of Jane Bolton, Pat 
Collins, Linda Pifer and Sara Pendleton. 



HOMECOMING QUEEN MARGIE KOVAC looks radiant as she poses for 
our photographer before the game. 




IHt MOU MOO MOO and the cheerleaders seem to be enjoying tlie parade. 



Make Homecoming a Success 




THE PENN HILLS HIGH SCHOOL band is at the head of the Homecoming parade from the 
Bee Hive to Rine Field preceding the game with \X' & J. 



THE FRESHMEN seem to be enjoying themselves as they pull their award winning float into Rine Field. 





GROWING CONCERN is seen on the 
faces of Coaches Goin and Urbanic. 



STRANGE . . . someone from W & J working on the freshman float ! 



ONE OF THE largest crowds ever was on hand for' the big game. Under sunny skies they tried to spark their team to victory. 




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W & J and Bethany freshmen have a tug-of-war at half-time. 



HARLIE DUNHAM seems to have his hands full as 
he tries to quell a slight fight at the game. 





"WE BANK ON BETHAXV was the title of the Alpha Xi Delta Sorority float which won 
best sorority award. 



STL^DENTS DANCE to the music of 
Walt Harper and his band at the dance 
held in the Pine Room at Oglebay Park. 




C.L.E.W. a Great Success Once Again 




FIRST ROW: L. Kistler, L. Davis, N. Bailey. SECOND ROW: D. Spangler, W. Wymen, Rev. Hamilton, 
M. Frank, S. O'Roark. 



Christian Living Emphasis Week is 
an effort to promote discussion on im- 
portant ethical and moral issues in the 
context of religious devotion. 

This year's C.L.E.W. discussions 
were held from November 20 through 
November 22. The theme of the dis- 
cussion was "Sex and the Religious 
Life." 

Under the C.L.E.W. co-chairmen, 
Jeannie Mallet and Doug Spangler, 
and the Executi\e Committee, a co- 
ordinated program of activities was 
presented on campus. 

Guest lecturers. Dr. Mildred Bate- 
man, Director of the West Virginia 
Department of Mental Health, Dr. 
Randolph C. Miller, Professor at Yale 
University, and Father Louis J. Nene, 
O.J., Director of the Family Life De- 
partment of the Pittsburgh Diocese, 
present various topics. 

Banquets, bull sessions, and book 
displays were a vital part of the three 
day meetings. 




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One of the C.L.E.W. d 



iscussion groups. 




Mike Frank in one of his many roles in 
student productions this past year. 




Bob Wahl in a scene from one of the many plays he 
starred in. 



The Sock and Buskin was the primary factor behind the 
many fine student productions put on the stage this past year. 

Professor William Franklin used his great theatre ex- 
perience in the direction of many of the plays. 

The Foreign Language department moved into the theatre 
to some degree this year by producing two one act plays . . . 
one in Spanish the other in French. These plays were a fine 
demonstration of the knowledge gained from language courses 
in a practical application. 





Bill Wyman and Pam Pitkin in a scene from the MIKADO. 

Campus Productions 
Add to Student Life 




A scene from a play put on by the Foreign Language Department under the 
direction of Dr. William Ferris. 



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The arch in Old Main makes a perfect picture frame for the 
morning activities. 



Winter Carnival Held Feb. 19 



A heavy snowfall on February 19 provided a suitable setting for 
the annual Winter Carnival. 

The day's activities began as the Greek organizations assembled in 
front of Old Main to create snow sculptures. "Beatle" a topic of great 
attention at this time was used by Zeta Tau Alpha to win the snow 
sculpture contest. 

During the afternoon students participated skiing and sledding 
activities and also in a tug of war on the hill at Point Breeze. 

Miss Barbara Lindell was crowned Snow Queen at the dance held 
at Phillips Hall in the evening. 





Vice-president Warner G. Peterson crowns Miss Barbara Lindell 
the 1964 Snow Queen as George Helmsted looks on. 



"Beatle," the award winning sculpture by the Zeta Tau 
Alpha Sorority. 



The Alpha Sig 
sculpture. 




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Mr. Don Gillis of NBC talks on Arturo Toscanini. 



One of the folk proups to sing at Bethany. 



Convocation Speakers and 
Various Music Programs Add 
to the College Experience 

Top speakers from all fields throughout the country are brought 
to the Bethany campus each year as convocation speakers. 

This year people such as Milton Friedman, distinguished economist 
from the University of Chicago, Archibald MacLeish, David Lawrence 
and Cecil Underwood, former governors of. Pennsylvania and West 
Virginia respectively, were among some of the speakers. 

Musical programs featured the Lettermen, Carlos Montoya, New- 
port Jazz All Stars and many others in addition to the fine talent on 
the Bethanv campus. 











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The Lettermen, one of the nation's top recordini; groups, present a concert 
at the Alumni Field House. 




David Lawrence, former governor of Pennsylvania, 
is welcomed to Bethany by W. A. Bliss, acting 
assistant in the Public Relations office during 
the absence of Mr. Carty. 



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Governor Nelson 



Governor Rockefeller's campaign bus arrives at Commencement hall. 




Rockefeller girls await the governor's arrival. 




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President Gresham welcomes Governor Rockefeller. 

Republican luncheon following the 
governor's speech. 




Probably the most exciting day of the year was May 1, 
when Governor Nelson Rockefeller stopped on the Bethany 
campus while campaigning for the Republican presidential 
nomination. 

Governor Rockefeller, one of the top contenders for the 
Republican nomination, was the main speaker for the annual 
Seminar In Politics, presented by the Falk Foundation Studies 
in Practical Politics. 

Students of both Republican and Democratic leanings turned 
out to welcome the governor. This was probably the only con» 
vocation of the year that the students arrived an hour ahead 
of time in order to have a seat. 







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Rockefeller Visits Campus While Campaigning 




Commencement hall 
is packed for the 
occasion. 




Governor Rockefeller and President Gresham leave Commencement hall followed by the press corps. 




Susan Siegfried entertains a table at the Rockefeller luncheon. 




Mr. Cipulla and the governor look over the ice elephant. Republican Party 
mascot. 




Former Governor Cecil Underwood, candidate for governor of West 
Virginia, Dr. Gresham and Governor Rockefeller have a few minutes 

of discussion. 







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The governor's plane leaves Wheeling Airport. 



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Mrs. Gresham leads the parade through 
the Coal Bowl. 



Queen Perl Mahaffey is crowned by Mr. Taylor. 




The annual picnic put on by the food service. 




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King and Queen candidates await the announce- 
inent of the winner. 




Charlie just spotted another game. 



i^eekend . . . 




At Last! 



With the longest Winter in the past few years in West Virginia 
snow was all anyone had in their minds. It was hard to imagine that 
Spring would e\'er arrive and especially. Spring Weekend, 

Well, needless to say Spring finally did come and with it Spring 
Weekend. 

One of the highlights of the year, this year along with the AWS 
Carnival a dance to the music of Billy Butterfield and his orchestra 
was held, the annual Regatta, and a concert in the amphitheatre by 
the Midnight Riders were all a part of the big weekend. 



Connie and Andy enjoy a Coke at the A.W.S. carnival. 



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Many Booths . . . Lots 




How does it taste, girls ? 



The Alpha Xis are making 
good use of John's car. 





The Midnight Riders entertain in the 
amphitheatre. 




Even the Dea 



Bulls eye! 



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Ginna and Denny Gallagher and Shelby and Bill Gwatkin enjoy a night away from 
home cooking. Denny is getting some points so he can i:n mit with the boys! 
Right, Denny.-' 




Nels takes a mighty crack and doesn't even shatter the glass! 
Some glass they had in those old cars ! 



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Parent's 



Asst. Dean Joe Kurty, Dean Sandercox and President Gresham. 




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The boys don't look too eager to go to song practice. 



Weekend 





The Alpha Sigs get in one last practice before they head for town. 



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Parents Weekend and the 
annual Greek Sing is about the 
last big weekend of the year 
withstanding Commencement. 

Open houses in the fraternity 
and sorority houses provide a 
good time for parents to meet 
and talk with other students they 
have heard about from their 
own sons and daughters. 

Practice for the Greek Sing 
goes on for weeks. 

The ARS picnic is a final 
cap on the weekend. Mr. CipuUa 
and Mr. Price put a great deal 
of effort to make things nice 
for the parents. 




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Larry puts on his Sunday best for the A.W.S. 
carnival. 




Jonesie and Sally seem to enjoy the senior dinner. 




The girls take advantage of the weather to study under the trees. 




Underclassmen finish a final in the new science building. 




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Sandy gives Bill a few answers in Spanish lab. 







The girls try to get a sun tan. 



Bethany is so liberal that boys are allowed in girls dorms. 
Sandy and the girls seem to be having a wild time. 




Go get 

'em, 

Mr. Price! 




Uncle Moe shows the "Fendeiton Heights" boys how to pack a car. 
They also learned how to fight fires when Fire Chief Leahy in- 
spected the Bethany Fire Department. Nice day for a murder, Right, 
Uncle Moe.' 



FRATERNITIES 





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SEATED: Dave Smith, Pete Weber, and Bob Sipprell. SECOND ROW: Tom Campbell. Walt Hupallo, Al Duvall. 



Inter-Fraternity Council 



The Inter-Fraternity Council which is composed of each of 
the presidents of Bethany's five national fraternities, works to 
maintain harmonious relations among the organizations. It 
governs all inter-fraternity business, and sees that the established 
rush rules are not \'iolated. 

This year the I.F.C. worked for an earlier rush and the 



abolition of the 2.0 grade point rule. 

The All Greek Dance was the highlight of the I.F.C. activities 
this year. They were also responsible for the co-ordination of 
the Greek Sing with the Panhellenic Council. 

Andy Keene was this year's I.F.C. president. 



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FIRST ROW: T. Hopper, R. Rose, J. Stein, D. Feinsod, T. Maloy, L. Grimes, R. Bruns, S. Wutkiewicz. SECOND ROW: R. Welton, 
D. Carr, L. Grafman, D. Habrick, P. Kradle, R. Adams, B. Wyman. THIRD ROW: A. Myers, L. Reitz, B. Graham, M. Clayman, R. Akawie, 
R, Hottel, C Abrams. FOURTH ROW: L. Helsby, F. Harris, G. Bennett, A. Karr, D. Fusaaro, S. Ueland. FIFTH ROW: J. Bates, J. 
Allison, W. Hupalo, D. Lambert, Jr. Bauman, T. Campbell, SIXTH ROW: A. Keys, D. Hobe, B. Schollaert, B. Cypert, W. Bliss, R. 
Meilton, H. Graetz. 




This year was one of exceptional growth 
and activit)' for Beta Gamma Chapter. 

Nineteen men were initiated into the fra- 
ternity in the course of the year, and re- 
construction of the annex building behind the 
Point Breeze Manor House was carried out 
to make room for the expanding chapter. 

The year was begun with the traditional 
round of parties for the freshman women in 
the fall. The chapter secured a house 
mother, Mrs. Ruth Markley, thus allowing 
social use of the house on all weekends. 
January saw the annual Winterbreeze For- 
mal held at the George Washington Hotel 
in Washington, Penna. 



OFFICERS: Tom Maloy, Lawrence Reitz, Arthur Karr, David Carr. 



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Bob Graham shows Herb Graetz the Sports trophy as Dave Lambert, 
Tom Maloy and Sandy Bliss look on. 



The Alpha Sigma Phi House at Point Breeze 



Alpha Sigs Are Active 

The pledge dance with a Mardi Gras theme was in February and in a success- 
ful Sweetheart Formal was held in Oglebay Park with Miss Marge Kovac reigning 
as queen. 

Honors abounded for Beta Gamma, with members elected to Gamma Sigma 
Kappa, Kalon, Who's Who, Sigma Tau Delta, and Beta Beta Beta. Alpha Sigs 
also ser\'ed in editorial positions of the BETHANIAN and TOWER, on Social 
Committee and on school athletic teams. 

At homecoming. Alpha Sigs constructed the wmning fraternity float, and at 
the first convocation received the W. Kirk Woolery scholarship cup. 

For the chapter it has been a busy and rewarding year. 




Bill Wyman, Sig Wutkiewicz, and Walt Hupalo talk to Leslie Grafman 
during one of the formal rush parties. 



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FIRST ROW: J. Ballouz, B. Lusk. B. Hickman, C. Rice, J. Sernoff. ROW TWO: R, Newcomer, G. Titzel, D. Friedman, R. Chonga- 
way, R. Cipulla, B, Hoffman. THIRD ROW: N, Lippert, j. Taylor, M. Wilner, T. Whitaker, D. Crawford V. Rohdie J. O'Roark 
S. Cowen, R. MacKenzie, G. Wolovitz. FOURTH ROW: E. Blundon, D, Nern, G. Embick, C. Burrall, H. Haynam B Byrum R 
Chutter, R. Rogers, M. Kurey, C Spencer, D. Bane, S. Cole. FIFTH ROW: H. Hoffman, H. Cupioli, J. Robinson, G. Rogers' P 
VanCamerik, J. Riley, R. Schomp, C. Fairbrother, B. Riley. 




Psi Chapter of Beta Theta Pi played an active role 
on campus this year in various ways. 

Perhaps the biggest thing the Beta's gave to the 
Bethany campus this year was the fi\e starting mem- 
bers of the undefeated Bethany basketball team. 

The basketball team captained by Phil Harrison 
had Rick Cipullo, Bard Hickman; Ed Blundon and 
Rudy Horvat, all members of Psi Chapter. 

As usual the Stampeade was the highlight of the 
year for the Betas. 

Dave Bane was Business Manager of the BETHA- 
NIAN one of the top leadership positions on campus. 
Like Dave, many Psi men held campus offices this 
past year. 



Mervin Rohdie studies for one of Dr. Vi'eimers Biology tests. 



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Beta Theta Pi House 







Nels watches Royal and Dave pack for Florida. 



Beta's Boost Basketball 





Rush is interrupted for a minute as Beta rushers pause for a photo 
with their house mother. The rush word for the past season was 
"Quick! Quick!" 



OFFICERS: Dave Bane, Charles Spencer, Peter Van Camerik, Royal Schomp. 



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The new Kappa Alpha house. 



K.A.'s Win Greek 
Fourth Year in 



When the Kappa Alphas returned to 
school last fall they were greeted with a 
new house which proved to be of great 
advantage during rush. 

After a successful rush, the brothers 
held a dinner in Wheeling for the new 
pledges. This function was followed by 
several sweater parties and a dinner in 
honor of Robert E. Lee, the deceased 
founder of Kappa Alpha. 

The annual Old South weekend was 
highlighted by the Dixie Ball held on 
a riverboat in Pittsburgh. 

The year came to a climax with the 
winning of the Greek Sing trophy for 
the fourth straight year. 

The K.A.'s have several leaders on 
campus in the president of the S.B.O.G. 
and president of the I.F.C. 

In sports Ihor Hoshowsky and Jeff Tin- 
dall were chosen co-captains of the Cross- 
country team. Jeff was also chosen co- 
captain of the track team as was Roy 
Austin on the tennis team. 




OFFICERS: Dave Smith, Ed Pappas, Roy Zweidinger, Paul Claback. 




Neil Case, Don Steffen, and 
Lawson help Ihor get a date fi 



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Mng 
I Row 







FIRST ROW: J. Agate, P. Sniffin, B. Sipprell, M. Wilson, K. Findlay. ROW TWO: D. Ferry, R. Coleman, D. McNaley, D. Spangler, J. R. 
Rutherford, B. White, B. Eckart, D. Steffen, T. Burns, E. Pappas, J. Forbes, D. Smith, R. Deemer. ROW THREE: C. Brown, B. Montgomery, 
J. Tindall, I. Horshoskey, W. Kinney, W. Lundquist, R. Albert, R. Zweidinger, J. Spinogians, P. Claypack, J. Erskine, C. Fleissner, W. 
Benjamin, J. Davis. V. Herbert, B. Pace. ROW FOUR: R. Austin. K. Thomas, C. Coleman, E. Schmid, T. Miller, W. Mozier, L. Branch, N. 
Case, L. Lawson. 





Bob Pace, Doug Spangler and Larry Branch seem to be enjoying 
an afternoon television program. 



"picture book." 



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ROW ONE: D. Miller, R. Mansfield, 1. Brown, A. Schonberg, M. Klein, Rev. Hamilton, R. Nonemacker, A. Yardis, S. Suter, S. Tweedy. ROW TWO: 
D. Sailer, P. Weber, P. Weber, T. Armstrong, P. Paris, B. Venzel, D. Shipman, A. Duvall, N. Rabinowitz, L. Guder, H. Rosen, R. Schwartz. 



Phi Tau's Undergo 




Jane Dalzell receives the Outstanding Freshman Wo- 
men Award from Rev. Hamilton, Phi Tau Advisor. 
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OFFICERS: Al Schonberg, Paul Paris, Rev. Hamilton, advisor, Denny Sailor and Pete Weber. 



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Phi Chapter of Phi Kappa Tau has undergone 
a year of reorganization with projected goals of in- 
creased membership, a more active alumni program, 
and a campaign for the "new House" fund. 

Elaborate plans are underway for next year's 
Homecoming on October 17th with a game against 
Thiel. Brother Bob Coin, head Bison football coach, 
promises to field a fine team. 

Over the past year the Phis attended the Domain 
conference at Penn State and the central office in Ox- 
ford, Ohio. Plans are made for the attendance of the 
National Convention scheduled in June tor Boulder, 
Colorado. 

Rev. left Hamilton, college chaplain, is the Phi 
Tau advisor and will be initiated into the brotherhood 
early next fall. 

Jane Dalzell won the Oustanding Freshman Wo- 
men Award presented by the Phi Tau's each year at 
Greek Sing. 



Al Yardis talks to Dick Newcomer at a Phi Tau rush party. 



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FIRST ROW; D. Bury, M. Miller, D. Shanks, R. WiUaimson, D. Ohle, R. Vavnna, G. Georgiades. ROW TWO: S. Mann, D. Rupp, P. 

Ejzak. T. Neis. ROW THREE: J. Bender, B. Gould, J. Block, L. Weiss, R. Bender. ROW FOUR: D. Hewitt, R. DeCanio, B. McGrath, 

J. Giles, M. Albanese, D. Mason, A. Keene. ROW FIVE: C. Ramming. C. McGrath, H. Ripps, K. Sponagle, T. Lucas, R. Dittmar, D. 
Ladd, S. Ingram. 



Sig's Remain Well 




Still remaining perhaps the 
most well rounded fraternity 
on the Bethany campus, Ep- 
silon Chapter of Sigma Nu 
continued to move forward. 

The Sig's started the year by 
having Bill Patterson one of 
the tri-captains of the football 
team. 

A great deal of work was 
done on the house with the 
addition of shutters on the 
exterior and new draperies 
and furniture on the interior. 

Perhaps the highlight of the 
year for Sigma Nu was the 
spring forma] held in Wash- 
ington, Pa., at the George 
Washington Hotel. The for- 
mal was followed by a barn 
party which was proved to be 
unquestionably one of the best 
in a number of years. 



OFFICERS: Andy Keene, Bob Vavrina and George Georgiades. 



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Carl Ramming 
does some last 
minute work on 
one of the many 
term papers as- 
signed in the 
Spring. 



The newly redecorated Sigma Nu house. 



Rounded 



The Spring also saw Sigma 
Nu athletes in the limelight 
with Bob Vavrina and Jerry 
Block both being stars on the 
varsity track team. "Vav" won 
the intermediate hurdles in the 
PAC and Jerry won both the 
100 and 200 yard dashes. 

All in all Sigma Nu had a 
most successful year and looks 
forward to an even better one 
next year under President 
George Georgiades. 





Bill McGrath gets some help in starting his car. Bob says it is easier to start a Mack truck and he 
is ready for a trip to Em's! 



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SORORITIES 




FIRST ROW: B. Best, N. Bailey, B. Najar, S. Locke. L. Verbosky, C. White. SECOND ROW: C. Pease, P. McFarland, J. Dalzel, A. Brogan, 
J. Locke, A. John. 



Panhellenic Council 



The co-ordination of inter-sorority functions is the primary 
task of the Panhellenic Council. It establishes rush rules, rush 
party schedules, and works with the Inter-Fraternity Council on 
matters such as the All Greek Wee^-End. It also strives to keep 
inter-sorority relations on the highest plain. 

This year the Panhellenic Council under the leadership of 



Carol White as president is initiating a Rush Book. This book 
similar to the booklet published by the Inter-Fraternity Council 
will familiarize the incoming freshman with sorority life. 

Miss Darline Nicholson, Dean of Women, serves as advisor 
to the group. 



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FIRST ROW: L. Kreuger, C. White, L. Graham, P. McFarland, T. EUiot. C. Hunt, B. Manning, S. Berger, S. Siegfried. SECOND ROW: J, Robeson, S. Rod- 
nok, C. Heslop, S. Goldberger, L. Erisman, E. Pindus, B. Kobelka, A. Brogan, C. Bickel, M. Robinson, K. Croushore, S. McCormick. THIRD ROW; S. 
Grummick, B. McClung, J. Lairick, D. Harris, S. Weber, J. Brand, C. Scovel, C. Zisa, B. Leighton, P. Quinn, A. Healy, S. Knight, L. McConnell. FOURTH 
ROW: J. Patterson, E. Carrigan, S. Meier, S. Colbert, B. Johnson, M. Waiters, B. Welles, C. Lewis, J. Perlberg, L. Edwards, B. Ickes, C. Rasdale, C, 
McGinley. 



Carolyn Bickel and Linda Kreuger 
look like they will make perfect 
housewives ! 




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The pie eating contest is always a success.. 







OFFICERS: Jane Robeson, Alice Brogan. Sally Goldberger and Sally Weber. 



Alpha Xis Remain in Limelight 



Once again the Alpha Xis were socially 
active. In almost every organization and so- 
cial function one could find the Alpha Xis 
participating. 

Carol White was elected president of the 
Panhellenic Council, Sue McCormick was 
captain of the cheerleaders for the second 
straight year, and Bobbie McClung was 
A.W.S. Queen. 

The Bethany chapter of Alpha Xi Delta 
also became widely known across the na- 
tion as one of its members, Mona Walters, 
appeared on the nationwide television show 
"Password." 

Not only were the Alpha Xis active so- 
cially but they also won academic honors. 
Members of the sorority were named to 
Who's Who, Gamma Sigma Kappa, Kalon 
and took top honors at Commencement. 

The Alpha Xis were not to be surpassed 
by the Spring Formal held at Esquire Club 
in Wheeling. A perfect climax to a perfect 
year. 




Linda Graham puts on her daily comedy hour in the lounge. 



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FIRST ROW: R. Rlckert, S. Schnake. M. .Steinford, D. Jones, B. Najer, D. Burdeshaw, C. Duecker, N. Smith. SECOND ROW: J. Dalzel, M. Haddad, C. 
Alcorn, D. Happel, G. LaPorte. THIRD ROW: L. Ohs, D, Ripper, I. Whitaker, L. King, G. Keyes, E. Jackson. FOURTH ROW: M. Pruitt, C. Edele, A. 
Hoernamen, K. Taylor. FIFTH ROW: M. Mayer, J. Hassig, C. Thelacker. B. Frush, B. Carlson, E. Pope. SIXTH ROW: L. Bassett, iM, Olson, K. TwiUa, 
P. Hanson, B. Best, B. Fellers, I. Zirkle, K. Bailey. 



Kappa Delta Achieves Excellence 
in Academics 



The Kappa Deltas played an active part in Bethany's campus life as they provided leadership, an 
enjoyable social atmosphere, and intellectual achievement. 

Once again excellent scholarship won the cherished Ruth Anna Bourn Scholarship Award for the 
women's organization with the highest grade index. The winning spirit continued into basketball 
season as the K.D.'s came out as the champs of the women's intramural competition. 

After a successful rush, twenty-two girls were pledged who enriched activities with a slumber party, 
a paddle party, shoe shine sales and sandwich sales. Other social events sponsored by the organization 
include sweater parties, open houses, the annual Christmas party, a banquet at a local club honoring 
pledges, and the climactic White Rose Spring Formal held at the George Washington Hotel. 

Individual members achieved many honors. Jane Bolton was chosen Phi Kappa Tau Queen, Carol 
McCoy was K.A. Rose, and Barb Best was a member of the Homecoming Queen Court, the Snow 
Queen Court, and the Alpha Sig candidate for A.W.S. Queen. 

Jane Dalzell was elected "Outstanding Freshman Woman" by Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity. 




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The Kappa Delta pin. 




The girls seem startled about something ! Someone 
spotted a mouse ! 





OFFICERS: Barb Best, Ricky Rickert, Karen Twilla, B. J. Fellers and Cirolyn 
Theilacker. 



Barb has run into a few distractions while writing 
a paper. 



Carol Duecker. Marilyn Mayer and Pam Hanson chat before dinner. 



139 




FIRST ROW: B. Coundjeris, M. Kovac, E. PIndus, B. Carr, S. Locke, M. Michele, C. Pease, D. Elliot, J. Ochodski, G. F. Alexas, S. Lasker, G. Lovette. SECONE 
ROW: B. Clause, N. Monroe, M. Cobb, M. Gast, P. Woodruff, B. Swindler, G. German, L. Powers, N. Miller, S. Chapman, S. Yoder, D. Wagner. THIRE 
ROV;': B. Spurgeon, H. Lewis, C. Aggers, K. Ilniki, i\L Gates, L. Da\is, R. A. Schwey-er, S. Young, E. Bordette, E. Preston, N. Hanna, M. Coatney. FOURTH 
ROW: P. Eddy, D. Dunham, J. Toth, N. Bailey, J. Norton, M. Mayer, C. Beeckley, J. Lane, P. Flemming, C. Kennen, S. Halm, F. Reed, S. Fowler. 



The Phi Mus do a tremen- 
dous amount of work so that 
they may have successful rush 
parties. 



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The Phi Mu pin. 



Phi Mu's Keep Active 



What makes a good sorority woman? This year, 
fifty-four Phi Mu sisters demonstrated the necessity 
of four basic characteristics. The four characteristics 
are: grades, social graces, leadership and beauty. 

Beginning with a casual sweater party, later square- 
dancing at the country Hoedown, social activities 
climaxed at the Spring Formal held in Washington. 

The characteristic of scholarship was demonstrated as 
the Phi Mu Sorority held the Anna Ruth Bourne 
Scholarship Award first semester, and the pledges won 
the Pledge Scholarship Cup presented at the annual 
Greek Sing. Several members were elected to Who's 
Who and Gamma Sigma Kappa. 

Sue Locke was elected president of 
AWS. 

Of course, beauty must mix with 
learning and this characteristic was 
filled by Margie Kovac who was 
Homecoming Queen and also Alpha 
Sigma Phi "Sweetheart." 

With these outstanding members 
and the unity of sisterhood, Phi Mu 
completed another successful year. 




OFFICERS: Margie Kovac. Harriet Lewis, Judy Norton and Sue Halm. 



John Cardwell of Pittsburgh Pirate, Don 
Cardwell fame looks as though he has 
been throwing a few curve balls at his 
pinmate, pretty Betty Carr. Don't worry, 
John, she won't hit you with the tele- 
phone! 




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FIRST ROW: J. Fitzgerald, A. John, L, Kistler, P. Hebel, jNI. Reeve, A. Bushfield, J. Wilfong, W. Krayer. SECOND ROW: S. Pendleton, L. Verbosky, D, 
Fronkien, M. Wood, P. Pitkin, G. Locke, M. Krayer, P. Hintz. THIRD ROW: D. Cramblet, J. MacFarlane, V. Ulahakis, S. Cowen, K. Kinney, H, Harriman 
L. Kramer, S. Nagle. FOURTH ROW: C. Funk, J. Spoonley, A. Curitan, S. Sparks, E. Shipley, S. Shields, P. Baird, M. Cosgrove. FOURTH ROW: H, 
Anderson, D. Deuth, R. Cane, S. Reigle, J. Weber, P. Foreman, M. Prostinack. 




Lois looks as though she is doing a beautiful "snow job," on some of the freshmen. 



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Zeta's Enjoy New Surroundings 



The Zeta Tau Alpha pin. 




Lois, Jeannie, and Ruth seem to have spotted something 
in front of Morlan. Maybe they saw the prowler! Go 
get 'em, girls! 




OFFICERS: Kathy Kinney, Lorrane Verbosky, Judy Park and 
Andy John. 

The Zeta's began the year in Morlan Hall, a totally 
new but enjoyable setting. The chapter room has given 
them many enjoyable hours and also many hours of planning 
for their many activities. 

Tom Lukeas was the candidate for the AWS carnival 
and Lynn Kistler was elected Vice President of WRA. 

Mother's Day weekend was a great success . . . Barbecue, 
Greek Sing and all. 

The new chapter room provided an ideal setting for the 
planning for the Zeta discussion groups and the Spring 
Formal held April 18th .. . the highlight of the social year. 

Judy Park was given the Outstanding Language Major 
Award and also the Zeta Outstanding Senior Women 
Award. Lois Kramer was Art and Photography Editor of 
the BETHANIAN. 



Lois and Sarah go over the scrap book 
as "Lightning" does some studying for 
Biology. 




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FIRST ROW: C. White, A. Carlson, D. Weser, W. Hunt, J. Brown. SECOND ROW: L. Whitacker, R. Homer, G. Boyle, B. Cook, W. Robinson. FOURTt 
ROW: R. Merwitzer, S. Geisel, R. Cooper, E. Kidd, D. Seidman, A. Lubran. 



I.M.A. Furthers Needs 
of Unaffiliates 

The Independent Men's Association, founded 
in 1955 by Thomas Buergenthal, provides a friend- 
ly atmosphere for its members. 

It was founded to further the needs of the un- 
affiliated male student on campus. 

The events of the past year include a bowling 
party and the annual Mother's Day banquet. 

The group also won the W. Kirk Woolery 
Scholarship Cup for academic excellence the first 
semester of the school year. 




OFFICERS: Walter Hunt, Albert Lubran, president, John Brown, Anthony Heller and 
Gary Gorby. 



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.V 



ORGANIZATIONS 




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The Student Board of Governors 



The Student Board of Governors is supposedly the loudest 
and strongest voice of student representation on campus. 

The Board works with other organizations on campus for 
unity and the overall benefit of the student body. 

Although always active, some of the activities of this year's 
S.B.O.G. were not always guided in the right direction. 



Representation and voice of the minority group is rarely seen 
in any form of government, student or otherwise. This statement 
was disproved by the S.B.O.G. this year. The views of the 
minority groups on campus were greatly supported by the 
S.B.O.G. 

John Curran was president and Mike Frank vice president. 



146 




Student 

Board 

of 

Governors 




John Curran and Mike Frank 



147 



Student Court 




FIRST ROW: Linda Davis, Andria Alexander. SECOND ROW: Gary Rogers, Mike Frank, Linda Kreuger. 



The Student Court is subordinate to the S.B.O.G. and hears only those cases that are referred 
to it by the administration. 

Members to the couri are selected from the student representatives and appointed by the 
S.B.O.G. president. Usually although not necessarily true of this past year, only those persons 
with previous experience are chosen for court operations. 

Court procedure is supposedly patterned after that used in regular courts of law. 







L. to R.: 



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Student Board of Publications 



The Student Board of Publications is composed of the editors 
and business managers of the Tower, Bethanian and Student 
Handbook. 

This year the board made some important decisions related 



to student publications which were upheld by the administration. 

The board became more active this year and numerous de- 
cisions were settled in meetings. 

W. A. Bliss was this year's chairman. 




Bane, Nancy Monroe, Linda Davis, Linda Kreuger, Bob Graham, Sandy Bliss. 



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Social Committee 




The Bethany Social Committee is representative 
of the entire campus. Members from fraternities, 
sororities, and other student groups participate. 

Aided by increased portions of the student 
activities fee and the great interest of Miss Darline 
Nicholson, Dean of Women, the committee has 
attracted top talent and student support. 

This year the group brought the Lettermen, the 
Midnight Riders, Josh White and many other en- 
tertainers to campus. 



CO-CHAIRMEN: Bill Wyman, Scuff O'Roirk. 




The Social Committee 



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W.R.A. 




FIRST ROW: J. MacFarlane, S. Locke, L. Coleman, C. McGinley. SEC 
OND ROW: B. Carlson, K. Croushore, M. Robinson. 



A.W.S. 



deal 



The Association of Women Students does a great 
to liven the college spirit and also to develop a sense 
of unity among the women students. The executive board 
is composed of members from each of the residence halls. 

Two of the groups main functions are the A.W.S. Carnival 
and May Morning Breakfast. 



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The Women's Recreational 
Association governs the girls' 
intramural activities. 

The organization sets up 
schedules in a sports program 
including volleyball, basket- 
ball, swimming, and softball. 

These events, scored on a 
point system, offer female stu- 
dents the opportunity to earn 
letters comparable to those 
earned by the male students. 




Association of Women Students 



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Who's Who 




Nominees to Who's 
Who Among Students 
in American Univer- 
sities and Colleges are 
first officially recom- 
mended by the college 
he or she attends. 

The nominating 
committee considers 
the student's scholar- 
ship, leadership and 
cooperation in educa- 
tional and extracurri- 
cular activities, general 
citizenship, and prom- 
ise of future useful- 



FIRST ROW L. to R.: A. Yardis, B. Wyman, L. Davis. C. Bickel. A. Alexander. 
SECOND ROW: G. Rogers, J. Curran, Z. Cowen, 
THIRD ROW: K. Ragler, S. Bliss, S. Cole. 



Kalon 




152 



FIRST RO-VC': A. Yardis, B. Wyman. L. Davis, C. Bickel, A. Alexander. 
SECOND ROW; L. Grimes, G. Rogers, W. Bliss. M. Curran. 



Members to Gam- 
ma Sigma Kappa are 
tapped annually at the 
Honors Convocation. 

To be eligible for 
membership, one must 
have attained an ac- 
cumulative index of 
3.25 or better over 
four consecutive se- 
mesters, never falling 
below a 3.0 in any 
one of these terms. 

This is the highest 
scholastic honor Beth- 
any can confer. 




FIRST ROW: G. Rogers, L. Davis, K. Bitkel, A. Ale.xanJer, Z. Co^en. 
SECOND ROW: R. Cooey, L. Grimes, M. Curran, L. Helsby. 
THIRD ROW: D. Ebriel, K. Ragler, D. Carr. R. Akuwie. 

Gamma Sigma Kappa 



Bethany Kalon is a citizenship Honor 
Society established to give recognition to 
leadership in student enterprises and activ- 
ities. Men and women who have demon- 
strated competence in leadership of activ- 
ities, constructive leadership in the college 
community, satisfactory scholarship and 
high character are selected, New members 
are chosen by a joint meeting of the Faculty 
Kalon Committee and the present members 
of Kalon. 

Sigma Tau Delta is the honorary English 
fraternity at Bethany. An accumulative 
average of 3.2 in English is required for 
membership. Juniors and seniors with 15 
hours in English are eligible for member- 
ship. 




I., to R.: L. Helshv. L. Gr 



Sigma Tau Delta 



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I.R.C. 



The International Relations Club holds 
meetings weekly to discuss current prob- 
lems and developing situations around the 
world. 

Dr. Chandler Shaw, chairman of the 
department of history, is the advisor 
to the club. 



Language Club 




The Modern 
Language Club is 
one of the more 
active clubs on 
campus. 

The members 
include not only 
language majors 
but others inter- 
ested in languages. 

This year the 
club was relatively 
inactive, so to 
speak with the ex- 
ception of a few 
senior language 
and non language 
majors. These in- 
dividuals whose 
names have not 
been recorded 
were a real asset 
to the club. 



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FIRST ROW: 
R. Cooey. 



Z. Cowen, D. Bane, R. Schomp. SECOND ROW; W. Henderson, W. Smith, W. Bliss, 




Omicron Delta Epsilon 



This year the Tau Chapter of Omicron Delta 
Epsilon, the national Economics Society, became 
quite well known. Under one of its better known 
members, Har\ey Malyn, the club awarded the 
"Outstanding Teaching Award," to Professors 
Allie Frazeer and Irwin Pomerantz. 

The club was founded as an outstanding organ- 
ization that has high requirements for membership. 
To be a member, an individual must be of junior 
standing or higher; must have taken at least 12 
hours of economics with a "B" or better average; 
and must have an overall average of 3.0 or better. 



K. Ragler, H. Malyn, R. Cooey. 




Economics Club 



The Economics Club has carried on a 
more active role on campus each year 
for the past four years. 

This year the club took several field 
trips to Wheeling and other parts of 
West Virginia and Pennsylvania. 



FIRST ROW: A. Yardis, R. Cooey, D. Bane. SECOND ROW: S. Bliss, S. Cole, W. 
Henderson. THIRD ROW: R. Schomp, K. Ragler, B. Cowen. 



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Beta Beta Beta 



Beta Beta Beta, the National 
Biological Society, is repre- 
sented at Bethany by the Al- 
pha Phi Chapter. 

The organizations activities 
are to increase interest in the 
biological sciences and to pro- 
mote scholarship and mutual 
aid. 

To qualify for membership 
a student must maintain a "B" 
average in twelve hours of 
Biology. 

The faculty advisor is Dr. 
Weimer. 



FIRST ROW: D. Harris, J. Stein. SECOND ROW: T. Whitacker. S. Wutkiewicz, G. Rogers, D. 
THIRD ROW: D. Ebriel, D. Habrich, M. Wilner. FOURTH ROW: D. Smith, D. Rupp. 



Bortz. 



Economics 
Journal Staff 



This year the Bethany College 
Economics Department started the 
BETHANY COLLEGE JOUR- 
NAL OF ECONOMICS. 

The Journal contains many ar- 
ticles written by Bethany econo- 
mists in addition to those written 
by leading economists across the 
nation. 

The journal is sent to former 
graduates of Bethany who were 
members of the Economics De- 
partment. 



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L. to R.: B. Henderson, R. Chutter, D. Caxr, Editor, and A. Yardis. 



156 




Circle K 



The Bethany chapter of Circle 
"K" the national college division 
of the Kiwanis composed of 465 
chapters was not new to the campus 
this year. 

The club was formed last year 
with Mr. Jerry Jones as advisor. 

The club helps tJie community 
with various civic activities. 



L. to R.: D. Bane, S. Bliss, W. Smith, R. Schomp, B. Hoffman. 



Chemistry 
' Club 



The Chemistry Club, an af- 
filiate chapter of the Ameri- 
can Chemical Society, is under 
the supervision of Dr. Draper. 
Anyone with an interest in 
chemistry is eligible to join. 
Discussions, films, lectures by 
various visiting authorities, and 
observation tours are sponsored 
by the club. 




L. to R.: D. Bane, L. Erisman, K. Raggler, D. Homer, W. Smith. 



157 




Student Handbook 



The Student Handbook is a publication 
of the Student Board of Governors, for 
the freshman student. 

Through The Handbook the student re- 
ceives a background of Bethany's history, 
traditions, and college activities. 

This past year The Handbook con- 
tained illustrations of the more familiar 
sights around the Bethany campus. 



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Encounter 




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Encounter is a 
group organized 
by Mr. Hamilton, 
college chaplain. 
The group is for 
the promotion of 
Christian ideals on 
the campus. 

The Bishops 
Company, a reli- 
gious jazz group, 
was brought to 
Bethany by the En- 
counter group. 
They were also a 
great asset to 
CLEW week. 



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Ministerial 
Association 



The Ministerial Association is an organization 
composed of students interested in entering into 
the service of the Holy Father. Its purpose is to 
aid members in spiritual and practical de\'elopment 
for their life work. 

Two or three programs a year are planned to 
encompass banquets, retreats, and guest speakers. 

The association is sponsored by the Ministerial 
Training Department. 



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Canterbury Club 



The Canterbury Club is com- 
prised primarily of students prac- 
ticing the Episcopalian faith. 

Meetings are held on the first 
and third Mondays of each month 
for the participation in Holy Eucha- 
rist. 

The Reverend W. Carroll Thorn, 
Jr., Vicar of the Laurencefield 
Chapel, Wheeling, is the celebrant. 



L. to R.: K. Haddad, Ellen Pindus, Ann Duxbury. 



159 




Sock and 
Buskin 



Sock and Buskin, the drama 
club of Bethany, is the organ- 
ization through which students 
may participate in play pro- 
duction. It works in conjunc- 
tion with the college Drama 
Department. 



L. to R.: A. Hoernaman, B. Wahl, J. Hudson, J. Eckhard, L. Grimes. 



Alpha Psi Omega 



Alpha Psi Omega is an honor- 
ary drama fraternity which chooses 
its members on the basis of a 
person's acting or technical par- 
ticipation in play production. 

The Bethany chapter, Beta 
Gamma Chapter, plays a very 
active role. Its purpose is to rec- 
ognize an individual's outstanding 
contributions to the college dra- 
matics program. 




L. to R.: A. Hoernaman, J. Hudson, J. Eckhaid, R. Wahl, L. Grimes, B. Siprell, J. FitzgearU. 



160 




Varsity ^'B 



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The Varsity "B" Ciub, an or- 
ganization of Bethany's athletic let- 
termen, not only provides the ath- 
letes for the playing fields but also 
does many other activities. 

The club this year under Dick 
Stuck as president, was responsible 
for the return of freshman hazing, 
which although contrary to the feel- 
ings of some, has been proved to be 
an asset to the freshman rather than 
a liability. 

Refreshments and programs are 
supplied by the organization at all 
home football and basketball names. 



FIRST ROW: D. Bane, J. Block, B. Johnson, J. Cardwell, H. Ripps. SECOND ROW: B. Pace, 
D. Stuck, B. Hoffman, B. Keenan, T. Lewis, P. Lawrence, C. Fleissner. THIRD ROW: P. Claypack, 
B. McGrath, S. Bliss, C. White. 



S.N.E.A. 



The Student National Edu- 
cational Association strives to 
expose its members to a better 
understanding of education 
principles and to introduce 
popular educating techniques. 

The majority of the club's 
members are members of the 
Education Department too. 

This year's meetings fea- 
tured panel discussions involv- 
ing the student teachers who 
related their ideas and experi- 
ences to fellow members. 




FIRST ROW: C. Theilacker, I. Young, J. Norton. SECOND ROW: S. Schmke, E. Pope, H. Harriman. 



161 



L. to R.: B. Levite, B. Leighton, N. Bailey, W. Wyinan and D. Spangler 



Concert Quartet 



Bethany's Concert Quartet has sung at not only many 
of the Bethany campus concerts but also at various alumni 
affairs and at the Disciples of Christ Convention at Miam 
Beach. 

Under the direction of Mr. George Hauptfaueuher, the 
group performs many numbers that are either specially 
arranged or are just too difficult for the larger groups. 

This year the Concert Quartet consisted of Butch Levite, 
Bonnie Leighton, Nancy Bailey, Bill Wyman and Doug 
Spangler. 



The Brass Choir un 
der t:he direction of Mr 
Abram Kaminsky, ha: 
as its members the grea 
Bethany'; 

The group plays fo: 
convocations, academii 




L. to R.: B. Wyman, A. Karr. D. Homer, G. Gorby, 



162 



Choir 



processions, and also 
some of the sporting 
events. 

The Brass Choir prac- 
tices on its own time and 
often times it is not 
given the respect that it 
deserves. 



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ROW ONE: Mr. Hauptfuehrcr. J:rLaur, S. Monheim. D. Stcfftn, W. 
Wyman, L. Hall, R. Rose, C. Albert, J. Trotter, ^X^ Hunt, E. Stevenson. 
ROW TWO: B. Cook, E. Pappas, A. Burns, D. Smith, R. Schomp, R. 
O'Brien, G. Boyle, B. Levite, W. Frohring, C. White. ROW THREE: 
L. Bugay, W. Nee. H. Worsencrost, M. Moran, A. Keys, D. Hall, R. 
Schollaert, G. Bauman, J. Schnell, J. Moshier. P. Allen. 



Male Chorus 



The Male Chorus, another of the fine musical groups of 
Bethany College, is also under the direction of Mr. George 
Hauptfuehrer. 

Mr. Hauptfuehrer, an accomplished musician in his own 
right, goes to great pains to train the members of both the 
Male Chorus and the Concert Choir (pictured earlier in the 
book), to unsurmountable heights in their concert appearances. 

This year the Concert Choir and the Male Chorus gave 
concerts throughout the country in their Spring tours. 



Mr. Kaminsky, G. Boyle. 



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SENIOR EDITC 

Cindi Heslop 




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FIRST ROW: D. Bane, L. Kreuger, C. Bickle. SECOND ROW: 
Kramer. THIRD ROW: B. Hoffman, B. Smith. 



W. A. Bliss, C. Heslop, R. Caine, L. 




Bethanian Charges Forward 



This year the Bethanian moved from the old high school size 
yearbook to the 9" by 12" college size book. In addition to the 
change in size the BETHANIAN this year introduced a sixteen 
page campus life section containing eight pages of full color. 

Although the usual standard of work of a few proved true 
again this year the Editor-in-Chief feels it was well worth the 
nights spent working into the wee hours of the night to get the 
1964 Bethanian up to the exact specifications he had planned' for. 

It took a lot of effort on the part of the staff to produce this 
year's book with not only the additional work for the additional 
layout problems but, also for the business manager to work overtime 
in order to get additional ads to meet the increased cost of the 
larger book. 

As Editor-in-Chief I take my hat off to my staff for without them 
the 1964 Bethanian would never have been born. 



W. A. Bliss III, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 



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FEATURES EDITOR, 
Ruth Caine 



Photography editor Lois Kramer, the "Lois 
Lane" of the BETHANIAN. 





David C. Bane, BUSINESS MANAGER. 




SPORTS EDITOR, Tom Lewis. 



Associate Editor Wilson Smith, next year's Editor-in-Chief. 




Carolyn Biclvle, FACULTY EDITOR. 



165 



Lynn Barnes Heads Tower 





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The Tower Staff. 





166 



Robert Graham, BUSINESS MANAGER. 




EDITOR-IN-CHIEF, Lynn Barnes. 




Lynn Barnes was Editor-in-Chief of the Tower this year and in this position 
continued to give the Bethany campus excellent news coverage of the campus 
activities through his media. 

Mr. Taylor was advisor to the Tower the first semester during the absence 
of Mr. Carty. 

Although Lynn was short handed as far as a staff was concerned, he 
continued through a greater effort on his own part to report the news as 
efficiently as possible. 

Next year David Hobe will be the Editor-in-Chief and as such will attempt 
to put out a paper once a week. The paper will not be printed in its presen 
form but probably in a mimeographed form or as a two page printed papei 
The new move is to provide better coverage of current news, rather than th 
great number of follow-up stories that appear in the Tower presently becau 
of the two-week publishing schedule now in practice. 




David Hobe, next year's Editor. 



SPORTS EDITORS, Tom Lewis and Bruce Keenan. 



167 




Junior Class 




168 



OFFICERS: John Cardwell, Bobbie McClung, Jane Robeson, Don Bortz. 




Sophomore Class 




Charlie 
misses his 
course in 
James Joyce 
again. 




OFFICERS: Pam Hebel, Ann Bushfield, Lynn Kistler, Scuff ORoark. 



169 




Freshman Class 






Freshn 



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OFFICERS: Dave Lambert, Mona Walters. Bev Johnson and Tom 
Hopper. 



Student Nurses 




The student nurses from Steubenville come to the Bethany campus two times a week for classes in the sciences. Bethany is glad to welcome the nurses 
to the campus. 






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1963 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 



BC OPP. 



John Carroll 6 21 

Washington and Jefferson 14 20 

Case 31 12 

Thiel 7 28 

Allegheny 19 27 

Western Reserve 6 22 

Wayne State 24 




Dick Stucl: brings down W&J's top running baclc Fred Gentile. 



Injuries Riddle Bisons . 



An injury-plagued Bethany football team won only two games after winning six in 
1962. 

New head coach Bob Goin saw at least a half dozen key performers put out of action 
for one or more games throughout the season. All-PAC defensive halfback Dick Stuck 
led the list of front line operatives who missed one or more games during the year. Gene 
Shapert, Larry Yanda, Gerr)' Block, Bob Solar, and Norm DiClemente were other stars 
who saw limited action. 

Tom Lewis, a senior guard from Pittsburgh, was the only member of the Bison squad 
to be picked for the coveted All-PAC "11." Ron Fowler, a tri-captain, along with Bill 
Patterson and Lewis, was a top-flight defensive end for Coach Bob Goin. Patterson was 
second in the PAC in pass receptions. 

The highlight of the season was a stunning 24-0 upset victory over highly-touted 
Wayne State in the season finale at Bethany on November 16. 





All-PAC lineman Tom Lewis stops an unidentified Wayne State back 
for minus yardage. 



Fleet halfback Rod Albaugh races down the sideline en route to an- 
other Bison TD. 



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Reactions of 
a Young Mentor 




Enthusiasm 





Halfback Gerry Block moves for long first down against Wayne State. 




Disappointment 



A second effort by Bob Williams, enables him to break away from a W&J defender. 





Appreciation . 




A Bison quarterback is given no blocking — ^fourth down 



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Five Seniors 
Bid Farewell . . 




RON FOWLER 

"The best ckfensive end in the con- 
ference." — Coach Robert Goin 
Fitiesl GiVne — Allegheny 




EMIL OSTNEBERG 

The big, colorful tackle added needed 
line strength to the Bison defense. 
Finest Game — John Carroll 





TOM LEWIS 

Three year defensive quarterback. All 
PAC Guard. Member of the All-District 
football team. 
Finest Gatne — Case 




JOHN GILES 

Three year letterman, who was a standout 
on offense and defense. 
Finest Game — Wayne State 




BILL PATTERSON 

For two years one of the leading pass 
receivers in the PAC. 
Finest Game — Allegheny 



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1963-64 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 

BC OPP. 

Dec. 6 Bucknell -...- - 66 54 

7 Wayne St - 84 64 

11 Wash, and Jeff - 57 56 

13 Western Reserve 72 70 

14 Case Tech 77 55 

20 Marietta - 85 76 

Jan. 11 Allegheny 99 78 

14 Thiel 134 73 

20 Wheeling - 89 72 

Feb. 5 Wheeling - 99 65 

8 Case Tech 95 61 

11 John Carroll -. 92 71 

14 Allegheny 110 48 

18 Thiel -- - - 87 58 

21 Eastern Michigan — - 80 73 

28 Western Reserve - 95 75 

Mar. 4 Wash, and Jeff 70 58 

6 John Carroll 95 83 




Bard Hickman drives in for two in season opener with Bucknell. 



Bisons Regain PAC Championship 



Coach Edgar Martin's Bisons completed the 1963-64 cage season with an undefeated 
record. Led by Captain Phil Harrison the Bisons regained the PAC championship they 
lost to Washington and Jefferson in 1962-63. 

Harrison, twice an All-PAC selection, again led the team in rebounding and was second 
only to diminutive guard Rick Cipullo in scoring. CipuUo led the PAC in scoring with a 
20 point average. Rick also joined Phil on the All conference team. 

Bard Hickman, a fine defensive player, also managed to find time to finish third in 
team scoring and second in the rebounding column. Bard, a fine jumper, out rebounded 
all opponents he faced. 

Ed Rollo and Rudy. Horvat rounded out the starting five of the team Coach Martin 
called the best he's ever coached. Others who contributed to the 18-0 season were Fred 
Gardini, Ed Blundon, and Charlie Coss. 





Captain Phil Harrison drives around two Wayne State players for an easy 
two points. 



Field Goal . . . Cipullo 



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The Undefeated Bisons 




CAPTAIN PHIL HARRISON 

Tall, aggressive center ... led team in 
rebounding for four years. 




RICK CIPULLO 

Flashy backcourt operator . . . leading scorer 
in conference as well as leader in assists. 




BARD HICKMAN 

Fine rebounder and scorer . . . hampered 
by a bad ankle in the latter part of the season. 





ED ROLLO 

Most improved Bison . . . fine rebound-er 
and defensive player . . . burning desire 
to improve. 




RUDY HORVAT 

Outstanding two-hand jump shooter 
classy floorman. 




ED BLUNDON 

Sixth man . . . always turned in a capable 
performance. 



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The Undefeated in Action 




Fred Gardini again puts Bethany on the scoreboard. 





John Unice (12) attempts to stop a Hickman lay-up. 



Edgar Martin, coach of Bethany's 
first undefeated basketball team. 





Ed RoUo battles Wayne State Tarter for another Bison rebound. 



Harry Bolin drives in unmolested as hapless Wayne State glares in disbelief. 



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1963-1964 SWIMMING SCHEDULE 



Dec. 





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8 




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6-7 



PAC Relays Bethany fifth place 

BC OPP. 

Western Reserve 62 33 

Muskingum 36 58 

West Virginia University 45 49 

Case 40 54 

Allegheny 43 52 

Washington and Jefferson 42 53 

West Virginia Wesleyan 72 23 

Fairmont 59 36 

PAC Championships Bethany fifth place 



Phifer, Trafton, and Pace Lead Bisons 



Bethany's Mermen, led by Bob Pace and Bob Trafton, picked 
up four wins and a fifth in the PAC to end the 1963-64 swim- 
ming season. 

The importance of the two "Bob's" can be seen quite well 
in a meet at Case where Trafton and Pace won three events 
and set two pool records. In the PAC meet Trafton set new 
PAC records in the 50 yard free style and the 100 yard free 
style, thus ending the year on a happy note. 

Co-captain Bill Phifer was another bright spot, as he has been 
for the past four years. Bill's desire and fine attitude proved 
to be important qualities needed in picking the team up after 
a loss. He is also retiring with a shelf full of PAC placques. 

Other important members of the team were Bill Johnson, 
a senior, and Jim Forbes. 




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1964 GOLF SCHEDULE 



BC OPP. 

April 13 Western Reserve -. 7 9 

Carnegie Tech lOy, 51/2 

20 John Carroll 8 8 

28 Wash, and Jeff 11 13 

30 Thiel 141/2 51/2 

4 Marietta 13 7 

Wheeling 15 5 

West Liberty 121/, yl/. 

May 6 Case I3I/2 6I/2 

Wash, and Jeff 13 11 

15 Allegheny 6 10 

18-19 PAC Second Place 

The 1964 edition of the Bethany golf team proved to be 
the best golf team Bethany has seen in a number of years. 

Led by captain Tom Maloy and other regulars Bard Hick- 
man, Wayne Lundquist, Doug Lindsay and Dave Ladd the 
Bisons won 9, lost 3 and tied 1 match in regular season play. 

The linksmen captured second place in the President's Ath- 
letic Conference championship, the best showing they have made 
in the PAC in many years. 











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Golf Team Second in P.A.C. 




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Case 5 4 

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Steubenville 9 

Wash, and Jeff 7 2 

West Liberty 8 1 

, , . , , „ „ Cojch Peterson congratulates Pete for his singles championship. 

Marietta 9 a t f 

PAC Second Place 

Tennis Team Sparkles 

The Bethany Tennis team compiled its best record in nearly a decade during the 1964 '- 

season. Led by PAC singles champion Pete Van Camerik, the Bisons defeated all op- 
ponents. The only loss suffered during the year was to Washington and Jefferson but 
this defeat was avenged on the Bison home court 7-2 one week later. 

Fine coaching by Mr. Peterson and Mr. Kurey was important contribution in the fine 
season the tennis team experienced. 

Others who enjoyed a good year were seniors Dave Bane and Roger Coleman. Mike 
Kurey, a sophomore, also did a fine job throughout the entire season. 





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Dave Bane practices in preparation for the PAC's. 



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1964 BASEBALL SCHEDULE 

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April 16 Marietta 6 8 

17 SteubenviUe 6 10 

24 Allegheny 10 

25 Wayne State 1 4 

Wayne State 4 7 

May 1 Western Reser\'e 2 

2 Western Reserve 11 16 

5 SteubenviUe 8 

6 Mt. Union 7 11 

9 Thiel 7 2 

Thiel 2 3 

16 Allegheny 3 5 

18 West Liberty 3 4 

20 Wash, and Jeff. 4 

Wash, and Jeff. 1 

PAC Tied for fourth place 




Mike Herrick studies Gator pitching. 



Weber Cops Four Wins 



The Bethany nine picked up five wins during the 1964 season, with All PAC Pete 
Weber pitching his way to four of the five victories. 

Pete, a sophomore, compiled a 1.50 ERA and turned in his finest season in a Bison 
uniform. Rewarded with the Most Valuable Player award, Weber definitely kept the 
Goinsmen from a disastrous season. 

Other top performers were Bob Williams, who hit .379, and Fred Gareini with a .323 
average. Steve Clayton picked up the only other Bison win, by pitching a fine game against 
W&J. 

The highlight of the dismal season was taking a doubleheader from Scarborough's Prexies. 




Al Sbonberg takes a mighty cut against SteubenviUe 



Mike Herrick showing good form against arch rival Allegheny, as 
he attempts to get aboard. 



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Bisons Win Eight Lose One 




Jerry Block and Steve Suter at start of the 100 yd. dash. 








Assistant Coach Andy Urbanic, Head Coach Edgar Martin, and Asst. Coach Marc Arnold discuss strategy. 



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Block Wins 100 and 200 Yd. Dashes 




JAVELIN THROWER 
BILL McGRATH 



The track team finished a successful season by finishing third in the PAL cham- 
pionship meet. Jerry Block won the 100 and 200 yard dashes while Bob Vavrina 
copped the 330 yd. intermediate hurdles. Bill Phiefer, Steve Suter, and Hank Rosen 
also gained valuable points for the Bisons. 





Jeff Tindall carries baton to victory. 



Neevius completes rugged 880 yd. run. 



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Oct. 



Nov. 



Cross Country Seven and One 





SCHEDULE 




9 


J. Carroll 


Won 


12 


W. J. Case 


Won 


16 


Allegheny 


Won 


19 


Steubenville 


Won 


26 


Tliiel 


Lost 


29 


Allegheny 


Won 


2 


WRU 


Won 


6 


W. Va. Wesleyan 


Won 


9 


PAC 


Fourth 




STAR PAUL SXIFFIN 



The Bethany Cross Country team finished the season with a fine seven and one record 
under the able tutelage of Joe Kurey. Paul Sniffin, Captain Roger Maunz, Jeff Tindall, 
Ihor Hoshowsky, Chris Fleissner, and Chuck McGrath scored the majority of the points 
for the harriers. 




1963 CROSS COUNTRY TEAM 
Paul Sniffin, R. MacKenzie, Jeff Tindall, Chris Fleissner 



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CHEERLEADERS: (L.-R.): Mona Thomas, Captain Susie McCormick, Rozanne Maslanka, Drinda Harris, Charlotte Hunt, Peggy McFarland, Lyn Kistler. 



Moo's Continue to Be Active 



Once again this year the Moo Moo Moo continued to be an asset in the way of 
building spirit at athletic events. The Moo's with their crazy antics always seem to get 
a laugh even if the team is on the wrong side of the score column. 

Dick Mason is now "Big Bull" taking over from Phil Herman the middle of the year 
following Phil's comprehensive examinations. 



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Cheerleaders Help Bring Victories 



This year Bethany finished second in the overall PAC Trophy competition and there 
is no question that every coach will attribute part of the team's success to the cheerleaders. 

Under Captain Sue McCormick, who this year was in her second year as captain of 
the cheerleaders, the cheerleaders spent endless hours in the preparation of new cheers 
for the various athletic events. 

The preparation is only part of the work the cheerleaders do, for after a game when 
you talk to one of them you can tell the effort they put forth at a game. They usually 
have yelled so much, they can't talk back to you after the game. 

It takes a great deal of effort to get the fans to cheer at some athletic events. The fans 
owe the cheerleaders a great debt of gratitude for the work the did to build the spirit 
in order to give the men of Bethany a reason to win on the playing fields of Bethany. 




MOO MOO MOO (L.-R.): 
Dick Mason and Dave Burey. 



Bill Smith, Charlie Leahy, Dave Crawford, Larry Hummel, acting librarian and honorary member, Dave Burell, Charlie Spencer, 



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Bethany's Largest 

On Sunday, June seventh, Bethany College saw her 
largest number of seniors in the college history receive 
degrees. Over 145 seniors were graduated at the One 
Hundred Twenty-third Commencement exercises of 
Bethany College. 

The hot and humid day was one filled with both 
joy and sadness for the seniors. Joy at the thought 
that each of us had finally made the big day , . . 
and sadness at the thought of leaving the many friends 
we had made during our four years at Bethany. 



Seniors form for procession to Alumni Field House and graduation exercises 




"It is hard to believe, we finally made it!" This statement is reflected in the smiling faces of some 
of the graduates to be, prior to commencement. 



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Parents are on hand for tf 



Graduating Class 



The day started with the Baccalaureate ser.'ice in the Bethany 
Memorial Church. 

Commencement in the Alumni Field House saw Mr. Arthur 
Langlie, Chairman of the Board of the McCall Corporation and 
former governor of Washington, give the commencement address. 
Governor Langlie's speech, "The Priceless Ingredients," was cen- 
tered around eight rules for the continuous renewal of a demo- 
cratic society as it exists in the United States. 

As the graduates left the field house for the mad scramble to 
find their diplomas and depart on a new pathway, the rain f-hat 
had been expected all day finally came. Even nature cooperated 
to give us a perfect day for our last day at Bethany College. 










PRESIDENT PERRY E. GRESHAM. 




The faculty listen intently to Governor Langlie. 



big day. 



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DONALD DOOLEY, Sc.D 

Distinguished Scientist 



ARTHUR B. LANGLIE, D.P.S. 
Political and Business Leader 



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EDITH GREEN, D.F.. 
Congresswoman 




It is never too late to discuss a golf game. 



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OF THE PARENTS AND FRIENDS 


OF 


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T. S. Armstrong 

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Florence Bennett 

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bickel 

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Clarice Mason 

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