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TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Administration and Faculty 19 

Seniors 67 

Student Life Ill 

Organizations 1 75 

Sports 201 

Greeks . 217 





Administration and Faculty 
Phil Casey 
Bryan AAackoul 
Eileen Hill— Sketches 
Lynda Karnell 

Seniors 
Bryson Filbert 

Student 

AAelinda AAcCulloch 
Ellen Newson 
Karen Butler 
Jerry Isikoff 

Organizations 
Marsha Carlin 
Carl Shipley 

Sports 

Dave Ketcham 

Greeks 
Karen Butler 

Layout 

Mary Pollock 
Marsha Carlin 

Photography 

C. Michael Gast Jr. 

June Bruno 

Pat Saunders 

Lewis Sandler 



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The year 1969 will be remembered by 
Bethanians for as many personal and 
individual reasons as there are days in 
any year. But one remembrance will 
transcend all the many intimate recollec- 
tions that a collegian clings to. This re- 
membrance, infinitely more important 
than the others, will recall to Bethanians 
the year of 1969 when Bethany Col- 
lege matured because its students chose 
it to. The remembrance of the year 
when individuality did not necessarily 
have to be prefixed with Greek letters; 
The remembrance of the year when 
Trustees, Administrators, Faculty, and 
Alumni agreed that Bethany could wet 
her feet in the stream of progress and 
enter the ranks of the 'conservatively 
liberal'; and, finally and most impor- 
tantly, the remembrance of the year 
when respect, admiration, and attentive- 
ness were accorded to the growing 
number of students who chose to end 
their silence and speak out. The Beth- 
anian for 1969, then, is a record of the 
re-awakening of individuality at Bethany 
College. Whether it be the symbolic van- 
tage point achieved by Judy Royce on 
Jeff Andrews' shoulders (right) or a 
group of individuals in interaction on 
the way to class or in a card game fop- 
pos/te page), 1 969 amounts to the same 
thing— individuals in intellectual pur- 
suit of themselves and others. 




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The traditional activities and events were again 
present and available this year to any Bethanian 
who wished to become involved. From sorority 
rush to self-expression in music, 1969 in Bethany 
retained an aura of sanity about it amidst a mad, 
mad year when politicians, theologians, and philo- 
sophers tried to explain the merits and demerits 
of student protests and undeclared wars. 




The year 1969 was an academic year. The 
T. W. Phillips Memorial Library offered the 
necessary references and Bethanians, more 
often than not, supplied the rest. When the 
'enclosure syndrome' struck, the library was 
abandoned and the campus itself became 
an all encompassing study environment— 
a wide open space in which to sketch, 
ponder, and, perhaps, prophesy. 




"For everything there is a season and a time 

for every matter under heaven: 

. a time to weep, and a time to laugh 
. a time to seek, and a time to lose 
. a time to rend, and a time to sew 
. a time to love, and a time to hate 
. a time for war, and a time for 
peace ..." 

And so it was in 1 969. . . 




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Dedication — Margaret Mathison and 

Barrie Richardson 





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John Robert Sola 



n Memoriam 



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FACULTY and ADMINISTRATION 










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Warner G. Peterson 

Executive Vice-President 





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John G. Patterson 
Director of Development 

David L. Hobe 

Director of Public Information 
and Publications 





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Meredith Norment 
Director of Alumni Relations 
and Deferred Giving 

Chester Sillars 
Director of Churcti 
Relations 

John Graham 
Business Manager 





Robert A. Sandercox 
Dean of Students 




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Walter AA. Bortz 
Assistant to the 
Dean of Students 



Darline B. Nicholson 
Dean of Women 



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Luta M. Gordon 
Registrar 

John R. Sala 

Dean of Academic Affairs 

Barrie Richardson 
Dean of the Faculty 





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Stephen Z. AAonheim 
Director of Admission 







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John J. Clopine 
Director of the Library 




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This page: 

Joseph AA. Kurey 
Assistant Dean of 
the Faculty 

Peter R. Weber 
Admission Counselor 

Marilu Boggs Burkhart 
Adm/ss/on Counselor 





Opposite page: 

John Hoffman 
Asistant Business 
Manager 

Theodore Bunnell 
Assistant Business 
Manager 

John S. Cunningham 
Assistant Dean of 
Students 



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Lynn E. Queen 
Supervisor Data Procesing 

Glenn Cox 

Superintendent of Buildings 
and Grounds 

The Rev. Barton Updike 
Cliaplain 






Catherine Springer, R.N. 
Supervisor of Infirmary 



Paul E. White 
Manager of College Stores 



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Sociology and Anthropology 





Robert E. Shoup Francis D. Mulcahy 



Philosophy 



Robert E. Myers, Ph.D. 




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Art 




Lowell N. Youngren 
Acting Chairman 

Wesley J. Wagner 

Walter L. Kornowski 





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Biology 




Gary E. Larson, Ph.D. 
Chairman 

Bernal R. Weimer, Ph.D. 
Distinguished Professor 




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James J. Sawtell 



Charlotte J. Snodgrass 



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Chemistry 





John D. Draper, Ph.D. 

Chairman 

William R. Clark, Ph.D. 



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H. Donald Dawson, Ph.D. 



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Shirley Gaddis, Ph.D. 



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Speech and Drama 



Herbert L. Drinnon 



William G. Lovelady 





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Physics 



Hsioh-Ren Wei, Ph.D. 
Chairman 

Stanley L. Becker, Ph.D. 

John Brown 






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Helen L. McGuffie, Ph.D. 

Chairman 

David J. Judy 



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English 



Anthony L. Mitch 
Alvin Foote 






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John R. Taylor 

Not Pictured: Robyn Cole 





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Psychology 




WilbertS. Ray, Ph.D. 
Chairman 

Richard M. Thackray Jr. 

AAickay Miller 





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Religion 



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Robert A. Preston, Ph.D. 
Chairman 

Richard B. Kenney, Ph.D. 



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Hiram J. Lester 



Jack R. Sibley, Ph.D. 



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Elizabeth Reed 

John J. Knight 

Chairman 




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Physical Education 





Thomas R. Grail 

Robert G. Goin 
Acting Chairman 

Thomas R. Allen 




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Robert Riley 
Donald E. Ault 
Susan W. Hanna 



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Mathematics 




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Bradford Tye 
Chairman 

James E. Allison 




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Hugh S. Ripps 




John J. Perrine 




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Journalism 






William J. Garvin Jr. 
Thomas L. Lewis, ill 

James W. Carty Jr. 

Chairman 

David L. Hobe (pictured on p. 24) 



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History and Political Science 




William L. Young 
Chairman 



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Gabriel Ojo 

Dale H. Porter, Ph.D. 

Chandler B. Shaw, Ph.D. 
Distinguished Professor 



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Arthur R. Kirkpatrick, Ph.D. 




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Carl L. Schweinfurth, Ph.D. 
John W. Lozier 





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Music and Fine Arts 



George Hauptfuehrer 

Chairman 




Oliver Manning 




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Nina McGowan 
Albert R. DeVaul 
Helen Elbin 



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Foreign Languages 




Earl D. McKenzie, Ph.D. 




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Stephanie Lutgring 
Andrew AAoskovits 
Ricardo Pastor 



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Theodore K. Kimpton 
Elsie Pickens 
Marjorie S. Carty 



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Education 




Margaret Mathison 




John A. Spence, Ph.D. 
Chairman 



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Levering C. Bonar 

Neil Decima 

John U. Davis 
Acting Chairman 



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Economics 





John D. Davis 
Randolph W. Cooey 
Ke Lun Wu 



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SENIORS 






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President 

BRYSON M. FILBERT, JR. 

AAcKeesport, Pennsylvania 



Vice-President 

PETER WALTER DIGNAN 

Carnegie, Pennsylvania 



Secretary-Treasurer 
MARTHA FRANKENBERG 
Baldwin, New York 




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AMOS EUGENE AGREE, JR. 
Jacksonville, Florida 

CANDACE ADAMS 
Birmingham, Michigan 







VERON A. ALLALEMDJIAN 
Manhasset, New York 

ELMA SUZANNE ALLEN 
Ellwood City, Pennsylvania 

STEPHEN A. ALLEN 
Bethany, West Virginia 



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JENNIFER LYNN ALLISON 
Newell, West Virginia 

JACK C. AMATO 
Wellsville, Ohio 

WESLEY D. ANDERSON 
Bethel Park, Pennsylvania 







MARC DAVID ANTIS 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

PETER WILLIAM ARENTZEN II 
Ramsey, New Jersey 




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THEODORE BERESFORD AUSTIN, JR. 
Richmond, Virginia 

KAREN CARLENE BALCAR 
St. Clairsville, Ohio 

JOHN BALDINO 

Long Branch, New Jersey 

JOHN THOMAS BALLENTYNE 
Charleroi, Pennsylvania 

JOAN BELFOUR 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

HOWARD K. BELL 
Washington, Pennsylvania 

JOHN BERRY 
Washington, Pennsylvania 




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JOANNE BERTOLO 
Hanover, New Jersey 

G. JEFFREY BOHNE 
Berkeley Heights, New Jersey 

CYNTHIA BOICH 
Phoenix, Arizona 

DAVID L. BOLENDER 
Uniontown, Pennsylvania 

MICHAEL G. BOURCY 
Rochester, New York 



DOUGLAS J. BRADLEY 

Newtown Square, Pennsylvania 

DON MICHAEL BRADNEY 
Valparaiso, Indiana 










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NANCY B. BREVAK 

West Homestead, Pennsylvania 

DAVID R. BREWER 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

WINTHROP LAWRENCE BUCK 
Hamburg, New York 

DALE BURMASTER 
Orange, Connecticut 




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JANE BURSE 
Ridgewood, New Jersey 

SUSAN BRETELL CALABRESE 
Bethany, West Virginia 





BERNARD CANDELA 
Bergenfield, New Jersey 




AMI J. CAPUTO 

McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania 




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RICHARD CARRADINE 

ELIZABETH STARR WYNNE CASE 
Steubenville, Ohio 






MARTHA CEPERLEY 
Charleston, West Virginia 

DEBORAH H. CLARK 
Broomall, Pennsylvania 






GREGORY ALDEN CLARKE 
Washington, Pennsylvania 

WAYNE A. CLINE 
Wellsburg, West Virginia 



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COLEEN M. CONNER 
Lockport, New York 

SUSAN DENNISON COPENHAVER 
Winchester, Virginia 




ROBERT C. CORNELIUS 
Steubenville, Ohio 

CHESTER CORWIN 
Hickory, Pennsylvania 







JOHN W. COST 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

BARBARA L. COUNDJERIS 
Beechhurst, New York 



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JOSEPH W. CROSTON 
Wellsburg, West Virginia 

MARSHA FAYE CUNNINGHAM 
North Versailles, Penn. 






MICHELE DAMIAN 

West Mifflin, Pennsylvania 

JUDY DARLING 
McKeesport, Pennsylvania 

PHILLIP W. DAVIS 

McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania 

CHERYL DEAN 
Columbus, Ohio 




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PAMELA DE YOUNG 
Ridgewood, New Jersey 

BARRY R. DIAZ 
Douglaston, New York 

NORMAN A. DOLCH 
Chesterland, Ohio 

DAVID C. DONALDSON 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 








SALLY KAY DOWNS 
Glendale, West Virginia 

FRANCES DULANY 
Chatham, New Jersey 




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LESLE DUNN 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

JEFFREY J. EGER 

Aliquippa, Pennsylvania 







DANIEL R. W. FAUX 
Bo, Sierra Leone 

PAULA FEYCHE 
Canonsburg, Pennsylvania 




ROBERT FIALKOWSKI 
Bellaire, Ohio 

HARRY FINDLING 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 




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WILLIAM F. FITZGERALD 
South Norwalk, Connecticut 

MARCIA ANNE FLEMING 
Lewistown, Pennsylvania 






MARY FLEMING 
Lewistown, Pennsylvania 

PAULETTE FLICK 
Parma, Ohio 






PAULA MARIE FLOWER 
White Plains, New York 

THEODORE FOLPRECHT 
East Northport, New York 



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MARIE ELIZABETH FREELAND 
Somerville, New Jersey 

DENNIS AAARCFUCHS 
Hempstead, New York 

DAVID ERNST FURNISS 
Bristol, Connecticut 

MARGARET H. GALVIN 
Willingboro, New Jersey 




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CHERYL J. GILBERT 
Morris Plains, New Jersey 

KATHLEEN CORNELIA GILES 
Baldwinsville, New York 






TERENCE E. GLASER 
Jenkintown, Pennsylvania 

GRETCHEN GREVE 
Novelty, Ohio 






PAUL THOMAS GRISHKAT 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

RONALD S. GUTMANN 
Forest Hills, New York 



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CAROL HALL 
Marion, Indiana 

THOMAS G. HANSON 
New Vernon, New Jersey 

DEBORA DALES HAWKINS 
Westfield, New Jersey 

PEGGY SUE HAYNES 
New Castle, Delaware 

FRANCES M. HEFELFINGER 
Carlisle, Pennsylvania 

DAVID HELLEGERS 
Washington, Pennsylvania 

JEFFERY ARTHUR HICKS 
Birmingham, Michigan 










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JACK LEONARD HILLWIG 
McKeesport, Pennsylvania 

HAROLD DAVID HOAG, JR. 
Tenafly, New Jersey 

ANNABEL HOLLANDSWORTH HOBBS 
Beckley, West Virginia 

CHARLES FRANCIS HODIL 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

ERICAA. HOFFRICHTER 
East Liverpool, Ohio 

ROGER W. HOGE 
Clairton, Pennsylvania 

CHARLES D. HUGHEY 
McDonald, Pennsylvania 



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JAMES R. HUGHEY 
McDonald, Pennsylvania 

ROBERT A. HUMPHREY 
Pine Brook, New Jersey 






ALAN PAUL HURLEY 
Rahway, New Jersey 

GORDON JANIS 
New York, New York 

WILLIAM J. JARMAN, JR. 
Teaneck, New Jersey 

RICHARD MARTIN JAY 
Flushing, New York 

CAROL ANN JOHNSON 
Bernardsville, New Jersey 





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RALPH AAcCLURE JOHNSON 
Bridgeville, Pennsylvania 

BARBARA JONES 










PEPPER PLATT JONES 
Sherman, Connecticut 

JOSEPH ROBERT KALBA 
Irvington, New Jersey 

GLENN B. KELLY 
Ho-Ho-Kus, New Jersey 

THOMAS WILLIAM KELLY 
Donora, Pennsylvania 

DOUGLASS. KENNEDY 
Ridgewood, New Jersey 



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BRUCE R. KEPPLER 
Rochester, New York 

ANDREW J. KERRISH, JR 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 






MARY S. KETTERER 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

ANNE F. KILVERT 
Providence, Rhode Island 

THOMAS PAUL KING 
Sharon, Pennsylvania 

MARY REMINGTON KINNEY 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

WILLIAM L. KINNEY, IV 
West Alexander, Pennsylvania 







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ROBERT P. KITKO 
Rahway, New Jersey 

CHERYL T. KOHLER 
Albany, New York 




THOMAS A. KUSZAJ 
Braddock, Pennsylvania 

HARRY G. LANG 
Irwin, Pennsylvania 

JEFFREY B. LARKIN 
Branford, Connecticut 

GENEVIEVE ANN LARUSSO 
Livingston, New Jersey 

PAK KAI JANE LEE 
Kowloon, Hong Kong 







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CHARLES G. LENHART 
Spencerport, New York 

NILSLIGHTHOLDER 
Hanover, New Jersey 

DAWN LINDELL 

Rochelle Park, New Jersey 

JILL AMY LIPPINCOTT 
Glen Rock, New Jersey 



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ROBERT B. LLOYD 
Milford, Connecticut 

LEANORE A. LONTZ 
Burlington, New Jersey 





ROGER LORY 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 




JACOB STEPHEN MacKORELL 
Charleston, West Virginia 




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MARTIN F. MAJOR 
Beaver, Pennsylvania 

AUGUST M. MANTIA 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

SUZANNE MARSDEN 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 






SENSENEY JUDD MARSHALL 
Marshall, Virginia 

TERRY O. MARTINSON 
Brooklyn, New York 

JOHN R. MASQUELIER 
Mansfield, Ohio 

LINDA MASSOL 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 





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MARDIANNE MAYER 
Glenshaw, Pennsylvania 

ARAAAND F. AAAZIE 
Long Branch, New Jersey 

JOHN KENNETH AAcVAY 
Warwood, West Virginia 










DONALD R. MEGERLE 
Rochester, New York 

NOAL J. MELLOTT, JR. 
St. Thomas, Pennsylvania 

DONALD K. AAERRIGAN 
Schaghticoke, New York 

WAYNE ROBERT AAIELKE 
Fanwood, New Jersey 



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KENNETH ALLEN MILES 
Wheeling, West Virginia 

FREDERICK PHILIP MILLER, JR. 
Scotch Plains, New Jersey 






MARTHA F. MILLER 
Ambler, Pennsylvania 

RICHARD MINTZ 

East Rockaway, New York 






VINCENT PAUL MITZEN 
Bound Brook, New Jersey 

JOHN CALVIN MORRIS 
Weirton, West Virginia 



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HAROLD M. MOWL, JR. 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

JOHN W.MULLEN 
Greensburg, Pennsylvania 




THOMAS W. MURRAY 
Wheeling, West Virginia 

MARGO RUTH NEUBAUER 
Berkeley Heights, New Jersey 







MICHAEL A. NEVITT 
Akron, Ohio 

DONALD C. NEWELL, II 
Oak Hill, West Virginia 



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LOUIS JACK NORMAN, II 
Wheeling, West Virginia 

LOUIS K. NOVAK 
Charleroi, Pennsylvania 

CONSTANCE KAY NUSBAUM 
Lima, Ohio 

ROBERT H. OAKES 
Mather, Pennsylvania 




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EUGENE W.OCHALEK 
Bethany, West Virginia 

ROBERT O. OLSEN 

East Northfield, Massachusetts 






EVELYN O'SHINSKY 
Canonsburg, Pennsylvania 

CHARLOTTE RAVE PEAKE 
McDonald, Ohio 






JOHN C. PENNINGTON 
Lakewood, Ohio 

ROBERT W. PERRY 
Scranton, Pennsylvania 



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GARY A. PITTMAN 
Independence, Pennsylvania 

RICHARD GEORGE PLY 
Boonton, New Jersey 






JEFFREY C. PORTERFIELD 
St. Clairsville, Ohio 

LYNDA A. POTTER 
Toms River, New Jersey 

FRANKLIN JOSEPH PROVANCE 
Claysville, Pennsylvania 

DANIEL J. RAUB 
Greenville, Pennsylvania 




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RICHARD TIM REED 
Benwood, West Virginia 

MARY BETH REYNOLDS 
East Orange, New Jersey 

LINDA ANN RICHARDS 

Boonton, New Jersey 

LYNN RICHARDS 
Boonton, New Jersey 








ROBERT RINFRET 
Yonkers, New York 

BRUCE RODGERS 
Linesville, Pennsylvania 




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IDALIAM. RODRIGUEZ 
Santurce, Puerto Rico 

BARRY JAY ROFFER 
Yonkers, New York 

JEANNIE LOUISE ROGERS 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

FREDERICK C. RORABAUGH 
Erie, Pennsylvania 

DAVID E. ROSS 
Avella, Pennsylvania 






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JEFFREY H. RUBIN 
Brooklyn, New York 

CARL F. RUECKERT 
Albany, New York 

GARY A. SACCO 
Wheeling, West Virginia 

LEONARD CONRAD SCALZI 
Trumbull, Connecticut 

KAREN JANEEN SCOTT 
Bethel Park, Pennsylvania 





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THURMAN LEE SCROGGINS, JR. 
Wellsburg, West Virginia 

LAWRENCE CHARLES SCUDDER, II 
Riverhead, New York 






SUSAN ANNE SHACKELFORD 
Indianapolis, Indiana 

ALICE E. SHADER 
AAcAAurray, Pennsylvania 






SAAAUEL LEE SHUTTER 
Ligonier, Pennsylvania 

SUZANNE REQUA SLOAN 
Glenshaw, Pennsylvania 



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JAMES SMITH 

RUTH ANNE SMITH 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 






PENNY L. SMYERS 
Sykesville, Pennsylvania 

PAMELA J. SPANOGIANS 
Burgettstown, Pennsylvania 






JAY D. SPROUT 
Canton, Ohio 

SARAH ANNE STACEY 
Windsor, Vermont 



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ANDREW K. STEVENSON, JR. 
Washington, Pennsylvania 

DIANE RODEFER STEVENSON 
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 

DEBORAH ANN STICKLE 
St. Albans, West Virginia 

ROBERT LEE STRAW 
Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania 




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KATHLEEN AA. STREB 
Rochester, New York 

MARSHA RAE SWEENEY 

Gibsonia, Pennsylvania 

DIANNE SWETT 

Scotch Plains, New Jersey 

JESSE H. SWICK, III 
Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania 

KATHLEEN SWIFT 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 






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JOHN TALBOTT 
Northfield, Illinois 

ROSS ANDREW TENNANT, JR. 
Wellsburg, West Virginia 

GUDLAUG TORFADOTTIR 
Keflavik, Iceland 

CAROL M. TORKELSON 
Summit, New Jersey 

ROBERT CLINTON UHL 
Gibsonia, Pennsylvania 

ROBERT LOUIS URBANIC 
Bridgeville, Pennsylvania 

GARY MICHAEL VESELICA 
Weirton, West Virginia 










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ANDREW E. VETTEL 
West Mifflin, Pennsylvania 

RICHARD M. VINCENT 
Valley Stream, New York 

RICHARD P. VITTE 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

JEFFREY A. WAGNER 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

RICHARD E.WAITE, JR. 
Springfield, Massachusetts 

C. DAVID WALKER 
Wellsburg, Pennsylvania 

BARBARA L. WALL 
Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania 



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WILLIAM H. WEIR 
McDonald, Pennsylvania 

HOWARD M. WEISBAND 
New Kensington, Pennsylvania 

JEAN HANNA WELLS 
Newell, West Virginia 

GLENN R. WENZEL 
Crawford, New Jersey 

DONALD WERNER 
Yonkers, New York 






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LARRY T. WEST 
Columbus, Ohio 

JOHN L. WIEHN 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

DAWN CHERYL WILKINS 
East Rochester, New York 

THOMAS J. WOJICK 
Willimantic, Connecticut 

MARTEN WOODHOUSE 
Franklin Square, New York 

BONNIE YOUNG 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 






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LAWRENCE MICHAEL BARR 
Summit, New Jersey 

FRANK DAVID CALABRESE 
Hoboken, New Jersey 

DUDLEY WILSON CLARK, JR 
Essex, Connecticut 

RICHARD T. CLARK 
Toms River, New Jersey 

RICHARD E. DEULLY 
Bethany, West Virginia 



DONALD AA. DURDAN' 
McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania 

SANDRA FALCONER 
Springfield, Pennsylvania 

DARRELL W. GRABLE 
Washington, Pennsylvania 

SUSAN GUNTHER 
Cold Spring, New York 

KIRK R. HUNTER 
Woodbridge, Connecticut 

MARY KEENEY LOWE 

South Charleston, West Virginia 

DOUGLAS MASCIOLA 
McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania 

JAMES DOUGLAS MOLDEN 
Michigan City, Indiana 

CARTER W. STRAUSS 
Wheeling, West Virginia 

JOHN EDWARD STROUD 
Steubenville, Ohio 




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STUDENT LIFE 




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The Brooklyn Bridge 



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brought top national per- 
formers to the Rine Field 
House Stage. 



The Iron Butterfly 



The Association 





Sam and Dave, their musicians, and dancer, finish at Bethany. 




The Brooklyn Bridge— on stage in the Rine Field House. 



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Bethany is expanding its facilities by completing the Benedunn 
Commons, the new food service center, and continuing work 
on the Steineman Fine Arts Center. 



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The Steineman Fine Arts Complex 



The Steineman Fine Arts Center, under construc- 
tion in the picture above, will be completed in the 
fall of 1969. It will contain an auditorium with 
stage, with a seating capacity about the same as 
the old Grotto Theatre in Old Main. Offices for 
music and drama faculty, as well as music practice 
rooms, will be located in the new Center. 



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A Queen and a King. 

Fred Rorabaugh and Debby Lloyd 




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One of the highlights of the fraternity year 
is Greek Sing, scheduled to be held on 
Mother's Day. This year, the annual song 
competition wound up Spring Festival ac- 
tivities with music. Each organization had 
been practicing their entries for weeks be- 
fore the May 1 1 deadline, choosing their 
music from the oldies as well as the lists 
of current favorities. 








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The winners of this year's Greek Sing were the Kappa Delta sorority 
directed by Sally Hill, and the Beta Theta Pi fraternity, led by Frank 
Gomez. The Phi Kappa Taus awarded their annual Freshman Girl of the 
Year award to Jill Hogsetf. 



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Pearl S. Buck autographs her lat- 
est book for the Phillips Library. 



R/ghf— Beverly Asbury, the keynote speaker for the three day 
C.L.E.W. series of lectures and discussions. 

Left— Dr. Earland J. Carlson, President of Westminister College, 
speaker for a formal convocation. 




V-^WSIPPIWW"^- 



Mr. Ward and Dr. Gendell, leaders of Bethany's frank, open, and 
informative series on sex. A hallmark in the college's convocation 
series. 






rhe Model U.N. session at Bethany 
iwas a very well coordinated session, 
bringing together the ideas of many 
students from other schools. 





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Dr. Gresham and Mr. Losier listen 
to opinions on the role of the 
public servant. 



Senator Proxmire speaks to Bethanians on 
"Rights in Conflict." 



When describing Bethany's past cultural year, it is notable to say that 
this was the year of excellent programs, speakers who were experts 
in their fields, and discussions in which many more students than usual 
participated. 



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Tutoria 



Every Saturday, a few Bethany students roll 
themselves out of bed at an ungodly 8:00, 
journey down the hill, and wait— wait for 
a van load of children, gathered fronn back 
roads and rural shanties around Bethany, 
for a few hours of exposure with the "out- 
side" world. These students play with these 
children, swim with them, help them make 
papier-mache puppet heads. Sometimes, 
they just talk to them. And surprisingly 
enough, in a world of young people who 
want something for nothing, these Bethan- 
ians do this for free. 



Other Bethany students give up a Saturday 
afternoon, give up sleeping, or going to a 
football game, or going swimming to 
travel into Wheeling, not to shop, but to 
spend some time with kids of all ages who 
are a few dollars less fortunate than they 
are. These Bethanians organize group 
games, crafts, and activities; plan picnics 
outside Wheeling's smelly and confining 
limits. Or a student will share a dream with 
some little dreamer, or maybe discuss a 
problem that is just too weighty for one 
small human to handle. For their hours and 
their understanding, these Bethanians get 
only a warm feeling. 



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Program 



This year, Bethany's tutorial program in- 
itiated some new ideas into the program. 
The newest of these was a field trip for 
sixty some youngsters from the Vineyard 
Hills section of Wheeling, to the Laurelview 
Christian Training Camp in the Laurel Moun- 
tains of Pennsylvania. The weekend camp- 
ing trip was a success in that the children 
had fun in different surroundings. 




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Drama 



But there is always the next show . . . 

The excitement wanes following the presentation of a show. The 
actors and actresses dread the moments of unwinding, disrobing, 
unmasking make-up removal. Back stage in the midst of cold cream 
and alcohol, congratulations and roses you find the people again. 

When the last echo of applause has ceased when the audience rises 
to leave the theater a cold shell with recent memories, there is nothing 
left to do but clean up and leave. The cast and crew cling to each other, 
linger together for as long as time allows, to relive the night's abruptly 
obsolete excitement. 

The chemistry of comradery developed during the production of a 
play can fill to the point of satisfaction the need for belonging, the 
sharing of feeling, and the desire for self expression. Sadly, the com- 
pounds are never the same. The atmosphere for every play changes, 
and so the people. The same elusive magical intensity can never be 
recreated, for the elements of the microcosm are in constant flux. But 
there is always the next show. 

Coleen AA. Conner 



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The Empire Bui ders 






A Streetcar Named Desire 




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The Yeoman of the Guard 



The Lion in Winter 




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Inherit the Wind 





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A Farewell to the Grotto Theater 




Moby Dick — Rehearsed 



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ORGANIZATIONS 




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SBOG Executive 



From right: Stelios Papadapolous, president; Richard Can- 
field, vice-president. 




Representatives 

Members include: Karen Butler, Wendy 
Polite, Chris Thacmahon, Cindy Sickman, Sam 
Jacquin, Robin Brown, Jack Bogers, Steve 
Kivitt, Gordon Guist, Lee Smedley, Hamed 
El-Abd, Gene Valentine. 



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Foreign Students 




Standing (left to right) Dr. Carl Schweinfurth, Ken Tatsuno, Rawi 
Tabbah. Seated: Veronique Nally, Rila Ho, Amy Barkar, Gudlaug 
Torfadottir. 



Freshman Council 

Members include-. Lee Smedley, Robin Brewn, Chris MacAAahon, Gene Valentine, Steve Kivit. 




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Left to right: John Warrick, Jane Whittaker, Hub Norton, chairman, Paul Rapetti, co-chairman. 

Social Committee 



/Members include: Andy Vettel, Richard Hull, Martha Frankerberg, Carol 
Hansen, William Jarman, Paul Helsby, Hart Inlow. 




Student Court 



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Who's Who 



Beta Beta Beta 



Members Include-. Martha Frankenberg, Mary Ketterer, Mary Fleming, 
Alan Hurley, Dave Zarnoch, Jeff Bohne, Bruce Keppler, Andy Vettel, 
Wayne Cline, Paul Grishkat. 




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Chemistry Club 



Left to right: Andy Veftel, Bruce Keppler, Steve Mackeral, Frank 
Geratano, Bill Houghton, Marty Woodhouse, Paul Leichter. 




Ka 



on 



Members include: 
Susan Bologna, 
Martha Franken- 
berg, Ginny Hanna, 
Connie Neusbaum, 
Michael Baly, Doug 
Bradley, Carol Han- 
sen, Ellie Shayne, 
Michael Gast, David 
Zarnoch, Hart In- 
low, Andrew Vettle, 
Howard Bell, Dan 
Burkhart, William 
Jarman, Bill Fitz- 
gerald. 



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Northern 

Appalachian 

Model United Nations 




Left to right: Ken AAieIke, secretary; Bill Warnky, chairman, 
political and security committee; Mark Riemer, secretary general- 
Virginia Sago, secretary; Alan P. Hurley, president IRC; Deborah 
Schumann, secretary; Paul Check, general assembly legal officer. 




Tower editors include Keith Green, Scott Green, Noal 
Melott, and editor-in-chief Jack Hillwig, seated. 




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Top row (left to right): Mickey Gast, Scott Green, Clark Fullerton, Hugh Alpeter, 
Phil Casey, Jim Hughey. Second row.- Jack Hillwig, Mary Eyman, Keith Green. 
Third row: Cynthia Boich, Karen Butler, Nancy Else, Melinda McCulloch. 



Pi Delta Epsilon 




Phi Alpha Theta 



Left to right: Michael Cauley, 
William L. Young, advisor, 
Wayne R. Mieike, president, 
William Jarman, and Wayne A. 
Cline, vice-president. 



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WRA 




Members include-. Judi Polen, Jane Whittaker, Mary Jo Stanley, Robin Brown, Dot 
Correak, Joan Urband, Joanne Rector, Karen Leaf, Nancy Penrose, Thelma Willis. 



Economics 
Club 



First row (left to right): Kenachi Tatsuno, Evelyn Hanna, Lois Augenstein, 
Bernard Candela, president, Mary Eyman. Second row: Thomas Kelly, 
Michael Barr, vice-president, Sam Miles, Michael Baly III, Robert Whipkey. 
Third row: Michael Cauley, John Cost, Paul Grishkat, Eugene Ochaiek, 
Richard Vitte, Hugh Alpeter, Randolph Cooey, advisor. 




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WVBC 



Bottom row (left to right): Tom Jones, Rob Sheperd, Larkin Connoly, 
Lynne Benson. Second row: Jack Bailey, Jody Warner, Sandy Falconer, 
Robert Stolk, Jane Walton. Third row: Mark AAelson, Ted Fobprecht, Clark 
Fullerton. Top row.- Barry McDonald, Douglas Schaber. 




AWS 



Left to right: Gail Win- 
chester, 1st vice-president; 
Charlotte Blair, president; 
Ellen MacConnachie, 2nd 
vice-president; Jan Camp- 
bell, treasurer; Beth Reich- 
hold, corresponding sec- 
retary; Janet Pond, record- 
ing secretary. 



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Harbinger 




Left to right: Judy Royce, Beth Adams, Sue Shackleford, Melinda McCulloch, Rawi Tabbah, Mrs. 
Camp, Mr. Kimpton, June Bruno, president, Clova Utman, Karen Scott, Sue Bologna, Sue Clark. 



French 
Club 



Members include: 
Karen Scott, Susan 
Shackelford, Klova 
Litman, Rawi Tab- 
bah, Melinda Mc- 
Culloch, Susan 
Bologna, Beth 

Adams, Judy Royce, 
Sue Clark, Mr. Kimp- 
ton and Mrs. Camp. 




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Alpha Psi 
Omega 



/Members include: Bill Kinney, Geoff Cushing-Murray, Paul Davidson, Jeff Thresher, Herbert Drinnon, Rick 
Hull, Deborah Hawkins, Marsha Cunningham, Sandra Falconer, Juliana Van Arsdale, Susie Rostad, Tamara 
Levine, Mickey Gast, Terry Glaser. 



Left to right, seated: Marc D. Antis, Jeffrey Larkin, Bernard Candela, president. Standing: Lois Augenstein, 
Ginny Hanna, Lydia Thackray. 




Omicron 

Delta 

Epsilon 



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Members include: Connie Nusbaum, Cheryl Dean, Nancy Cuckler, Grace 
Irvine, Candy Adams, Beth Adams, Mr. Lester, Richard Hull, Mr. Kenney, 
Jay Sprout, Larry West, Dr. Sillars, Howard Weisband, Dennis Lake, and 
Dr. Preston. 



Koinonia 





Sociology and Anthropology Club 

First row, left to right: Dawn Lindell, Lynn Benson, Larry Richardson, Larry West, Jeanne Rodgers, Carol 
Johnson. Second row: Harry Findling, Cass Berberick, Jeanne Wells, Bill Fitzgerald. Third row: John 
Mullens, Norman Dolch, Tom Wojick, Gary Ross, Mr. Shoup. 



186 





International 

Relations 

Club 



Left to right: Paul Check, 
Susan Bologna, Carol Hults, 
Carol Borden, Sam Miles, 
Mark Riemer, 1st vice-presi- 
dent, Stan Bastacky, trea- 
surer, Alan P. Hurley, presi- 
dent, Carl Shipley, Sue Green, 
Kevin Rooney, 2nd vice- 
president. Candy Adams, cor- 
responding secretary, Mike 
Cauley, Wayne Mieike, Ken 
Mieike, Director of Publicity 
Robert Kitko. 




Encounter 



Members include: Rev. Barton Updike, Elly 
Schayne, treasurer; Debi Ali, SBOG; Linda 
Dorazio, publicity; Wendy Polite, SBOG; 
Cindy Sickman, SBOG; Jan Campbell 
sophomore class representative, Richard Hall. 



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Varsity B Seniors 




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Left to right: Terry Martinson, Don Werner, Pepper Jones, Ken McVay, Bob Urbanic, Martin Major, 
Tom Murray, Phil Davis, John Mullens, Gary Pittman John Masquelier, Bob Uhl. 



Ski 

Club 



Members include: Lester Roberts, Jack Bogers, Wendy Polite, Mr. Thackery, John Masquelier, Garret 
Miles, Sam Schutter, Linda Aldridge, Ken Tausono, Carol Hansen, Karen Balcar, Sue Schubert, John 
Jenkins, Linda Lammert, Tawi Tabbah, Lance Tacke, Greg Burtan, Barbara May, Jory Smith, Dennis Fuchs, 
Pepper Jones, Cathy McNeill. 



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Varsity B Juniors 



Left row (front to back): Jim Liddle, Larry 
Weiss, Mike Summers, Joe Maria, Denny 
Robinson. Right row: Bob Turner, Ed Laborde, 
Jack Kostur, Jim St. Clair, Rich Maloney, Bill 
Torowicz. 



Seated (left to right): Mike Summers, Pat Mauro, John Devlin, Denny 
Guappone. Standing: Jim Veres, Steve Edwards, Al Checca, Larry Weiss, 
Bill Taczak, Don Werner, Gary Strobel. 




Varsity B Sophomores 



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Cheerleaders 







/Members include: Jo Anne Pufnani, Frannie Dasta, Donna Zullo, Ginny Hanna, Bonnie 
Young, Kaye Gorenflo, Heather Otto. 



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Sealed (left to right): Renee Petrola, Margaret Kravchuk, Sandy 
Llewelyn, Barb Bancher, Ginny Hanna, Carol Hansen, Cindy Sickman. 
Standing: Peggy Akers, Dianne Dorell, Jan Wroten, Kathy Dumbaugh, 
Betsy Mosier, Karen Walters. 



First row (left to right): Jane Goodrich, Sandy Cannon, Missy 
Jarnnan, Ram Wiggins, Wendy Polite. Standing: Cathy Horst, 
Marsha Weiss, Christine McMahon, Joyce Barton, Cindy Sickman. 



Panhellenic 
Counci 




Junior Panhellenic 
Council 



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Inter-Fraternity-Council 




Left to right: Phil Casey, Kappa Alpha; Gary Strobel, vice-president. Kappa Alpha; Ken Mieike, Delta 
Tau Delta; Mark Riemer, Delta Tau Delta; Stan Bastacky, Delta Tau Delta; Bob Miller, Phi Kappa Tau; 
Stephen Nelson, president. Phi Kappa Tau; Gordon Guist, Phi Alpha. 




Newman Club 



Members include-. Susan Bologna, treasurer, Barry Pachenza, Janet Ciripompa, Richard Siconolfi, Janet 
Austin, William Fitzgerald, Paul Check, Mark Riemer, S.B.O.B. representative. 



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Religion 




Left to right: Pam Golden, Peggy Bell, 
Beth Adams. 




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Left to right: Cathie Hoag- 
land, Gordon Guist, Con- 
stance Herbert. 



Second Generation 
Students 



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Art 
Club 




Left to right: James B. DiMarco, Martha Griffith, Glenn Wade, Crystal Kirk, Norman Orlandi, Dale Bur- 
master, Ken Morgan, Walter Kornowski. 

Counter clock-wise: Stelios Papadoupolos, Gerald Patterson, David Hobe, James Carty, Jack Hillwig, 
William Garvin, John Graham, Melinda McColloch, Karen Butler. 




Board of Communications 



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Morlan Hall 
Housing Association 




McLean Housing 
Association 



On roof (left to right): Bruce Dersch, Stelios 
Papadopoulos, Robert Olson, Michael Dyer, 
Jim Hatherly. Standing-. Donald Merrigan, 
Bruce Rogers, Samuel Miles, James Rosol, 
Roger Hoag, Carol Hall, John Morris. Seated: 
Tamara Levine, David Tambourine, Patricia 
Thompson, Greg Palmer, Don Conway, 
Stephanie Gorby, James Yurko. 



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Gamma Sigma Kappa 



Male Chorus 





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Sophomore 
Counselors 



Concert 
Choir 



197 



Band 




198 



GREEKS 







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DONALD C NEWa.L 



HUGH B ALPETER 

TOMAHAWK EDITOR 




JEFFREY J EGER BERNARD A CANDELA 




PAUL M. HELSBY NORMAN P WOLFHOPE 




JOSEPH T STUDICK JR THOMAS P FERGUSON 



Alpha Sigma Phi 




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HARRY M FINDLING JOHN L.WIEHN 




WILLIAM R FLOWER DAVID R. WILLIAMS 




FREDERICK G NEUMAN CLIFFORD F WRIGHT L JAY SMITH KEN TATSUNO 



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WILLIAM J JARMAN JR LAWRENCE M BARR FRANK R BOSSI RICHARD P VITTE 

SCHOLARSHIP CHAIR 




HOWARD M.WEISBAND JEFFREY C PORTERFIELD HARRY G.LANG J. DOUGLAS MOLDEN 




AMOS E ACREE JR, ROBERT W PERRf ANTHONY P BERNARDO MICHAEL BALY M 




RICHARD J HULL 



HIRAM J LESTER 

ADVISOR 



DEXTER D NICHOLS TOM D BECZE 



BRAD S OSTROFF WILLIAM R KIEFER EDWRD J PORTER 




JOHN S PERRINEI PUSTA 

PROFESSOR 



ROBERT M WHIPKEY KEVIN B OOIT DAVID S SHOEMAKER TERRELL L COFFIELD 



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M FLEMING 




Alpha XI Delta 



J. ROYCE 




M. KENNEDY 



C HANSEN 





L. lAMMAkT 



J. WILLIAMS 



A WINNICKI 



S. SANDMEYER 





J. YOUMANS 







J. BARTON 



K. GORENFLO 



D. MARCHANT 






ALFRED E. WRIGHT m 



DAVID M ZARNOCH 

TREASURER 



JOE J KRAJSA 

VICE PRESIDENT 



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GEORGE E STEBER RICHARD T REED PEPPER P JONES 




JOHN R MASOUELIER DENNIS M RJCHS WILLIAM F FITZGERALD 



Beta Theta Pi 




JOHN W HEENEY 




DAVID A. KEMP PATRICK J. DOYLE PAUL E. RAPETTI ROBERT F WEBB 




CHARLES E SCHIEBU STEPHEN A COCUMELL 



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WARFEN G PURDY 

PRESIDENT 



HARTFORD C, INLDW 

SECRETARY 



FRED ATWILL JR 




DOUGLAS J BRADLEY J KENNETH McVAY 




THOMAS W EMCH DONALD E JACKSON COLLIN B SANFDRD 




JOHN E SOGERS JONATHAN M LAMBERT 




HAMED H EL-ABD JACK C. MORGAN KEN W VAUJSKA ANDREW BECKNER FRANK GOMEZ JACK P KOSTUR GEORGE H NORTON 



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GLEN R. WADE 

PteOGE TRAINER 



MARK E. RIEMER 





LOUIS K NOVAK RICHARD E. WAITE 




JEFFREY A. COX PAUL J. STEIN 




JOSEPH W CROSTON 




DON M. BRADNEY 




DAVID T HOUGH 





LOUIS K, HAUBER DAVID L . BOLENDER 

SCHOLARSHIP CHAIR 




JOHN T BALLENTYNE THOMAS G HANSON JEFFERY A HICKS 



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DENNIS C. LAKE 

REC SECRETaRY 



STANFORD M.BASTACKY KENNETH D MIELKE 

VICE PRESIDENT PRESiDENT 



ERIC E, VETTER WILLIAM C WARNKY FRANK J GERRATANA 

TH£iS-RUSH CH AIRMAN CORR SECRETARY ASS'T TREASURER 





CHRIS W AVERY 

SOCIAL CHA ! R 



ALAN P HURLEY 

PARLIAMENTARIAN 




Delta Tau Delta 



THOMAS P KING 





GARY M. VESELICA 






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A.ROY KIRKPATRICK AUGUST M MANTIA 

CHAPTER flOvlSOR 





TERRY MARTINSON LARRY T. MAIN GLENN B. KELLY 




GEORGE D. MAGURN NORM ORLANDI MARCUS G STAUFFER LAWRENCE A SCHELLING GENE E MCCARTHY 




. KALBA N LIGHTHOLDER J. SMITH 





A;_EXANDE:R J. JENKINS P. PROSSER 



J. MELLACI 



R. STETLER J. BURGESS 




L, HOBACK J WINCHESTER J. MURRAY 



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J. DININ D KETCHAM 

Racording S«creTory Conespondlng Seccio'r 



P. LIEBLICH 



S. O'CONNELL 






0. KNIGHT P.. PASCU22 



R. DAVIDSON 





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Kappa Alpha 






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Richardson r hess 







J. AMATO W. ANDERSON T, SCROGGINS 



■ AMATO NICHOLSON j. ROEMIG 





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Kappa Delta 



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W jaMIESON D BLOCXSIDGE 



D CORREALE 




MAYER M k£l 




N5 L rflLKiNGTPN M CHALOEHES 



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Pi Beta Phi 






C TOR-.ELS0N 





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M KETTERER 






L. KEP^ER J. PRO^^OZiCH 



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8 KEPPLER 



S. MocKORELL 



Phi Alpha 




W. BORTZ 



R. CASUCCIO 




A. VETTLE 



R. LORY 



S. EDWARDS 



J. KNAPP 



P. LEICHTER 





R. MALONEY 



B, HARVEY 



J. CORCORAN 



J. STUEK 




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J. DAVIS 



E. HUBACHER 



K. MORGAN 




T. WIESHNER 
Vice President 




B. MULGREW 



d. LEFEBVRE 



D. DEVONSHIRE 





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A. HAZES 



D. LEHRER 



B. SOLY 



B. SMITH 



T. THURLOW 



J. WARRICK 



J. BRUNSON 



P. SANDIN 




C. SPENCER 
Recorder 



Y. UHN 




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J. TUCKER 



R. NIETHAMER 






J, BROWNFIELD 




R. SICONOLFI 




G. GUIST 



B. DONISH 




J. NEWMEYER 



W. ROBINSON 



J. MAJORS 



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W, SCOTT GREEN JR ROBERT A MILLER ROBERT C TURNER EDWARD L^ LoBORDE 







GLENN D. STERNBACH RONALD N BABCOCK PAUL F. HOYSON BRUCE A KERR 





ROBERT L STRAW WILLIAM N, WEIR 





MICHAEL J. SUMMERS BRUCE SOSLER 




CLIFFORD B ZLOTNIK KENNETH W SWINDLER LESLIE C SMEDLEY BRIAN HEUER 




LARRY D, WEISS E WINFIELD HARDY HARRY RBOURDEAU STEPHEN C NELSON 



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Phi Kappa Tau 




JOHN L SCULL M. 




CHARLES S REESE 




G JEFFREY BOHNE 




RICHARD M. JAY m 





JACK L HILLWIG ANDREW J KERRISH 




RICHARD A, MARTINELLI LESTER J, ROBERTS BENJAMIN S. FOWLER KENNETH G. BURSE NORMAN J. SANTOR 







JOHN W, COST 



JEFFREY H. RUBIN 

SECRETaR V 



HOWARD K. BELL JOHN B. TALBOTT 

PRESIDENT vtC£ PRESIDENT 



ROBERT E. HUDSON M. 

TREASURER 



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L. RICHARDS 

Vice P'*t-et"} 



M, E RICH 
R«coMine SfCisld 




5l860NEr D MfiGrLL 



J. POND 
Corresponding S*cr«iaiy 




C, COVELLE 




J. OUNLflP 




S. SCHUBERT 





U COOK E ANDERSON C FARMER 



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D DavENPORT J GOODRICH L GOlOTHORPE P. WIGGINS 








S- CARLACCINNI R NICHOLAS A. ZATULOVE 8. HOAGLANO 



Phi Mu 






P HODGKINS M GRIFFITH E, SCHAYNE 






D.MARTIN D. HAMLEY D. GOODWIN 






J. CUNNINGHAM 




J. DARLING 



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JOHN W MULLEN PHILLIP W DAVIS J, GREGORY SMITH 

SOCIAL CHAIR 



Sigma Nu 





MIKE L. GOMES 



THE BABY 





J, MARTIN MARINOFF JR. CHARLES W. CARPETTA 



PAUL J CACECI JOHN A SOMSKY 




RALPH J LITTLE 
SENTINEL 



EARLE F YEARSLEY G PAUL KRUSEY JR. ALBERT L. CHECCA JR JOHN J, DEVLIN M. DENNIS GUAPPONE 

HOUSE MANAGER TREASUREB LT COMMANDER COMMANDER RECORDER 



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ROBERT D RINFRET JOHN L BERRY 




RICHARD P RACKLEY ROBERT A, HUMPHREY LEN C SCALZI 

SOCIAL CHAIR 




CHARLES C STOUT RICHARD J BABINGER GEORGE A YOST 

RECORDER CHAPLAIN MARSHAL 



THOMAS W. MURRAY 





JAMES J. VERES 



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MICHAEL 6 KATOPES GEOFFREY CUSH I NG- MURRAY PAT J MAURO 





ALFRED R DEAN 



WILLIAM K WALTER RAYMOND H. C06ER DANIEL F SWICKARD 



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Zeta Tau Alpha 



L. SICMARDS J. 3EFCUR D. DARRELL 





A. POLirE 0. LLOYO 









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S ROBERTS A KREIGER D WOOD 







K STRUCKEL L KOGER S JACOUIN 















L. POTTER M. NEUBAUER 



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SPORTS 




A combination of injuries 
breaks, and bad luck limited the 
Bison gridders to a 4-4 slate. 
With a wealth of talent avail- 
able, the team swamped Case 
69-14 in their opener. In a close 
and wild game, the Bisons 
dropped a 29-24 decision to Al- 
legheny after holding a 17-0 
lead at half time. Facing next a 
defensive minded, nationally 
ranked Westminster squad, the 
Bisons dropped a heart-breaker, 
20-7. 



B. 


69 


Case Tech 


14 


B. 


24 


Allegheny 


29 


B. 


7 


Westminster 


20 


B. 


24 


Adelbert 


6 


B. 


23 


Thiel 


14 


b. 


56 


W&J 


21 


B. 


7 


Grove City 


10 



Football 




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Rebounding against Adel- 
bert, The Big Green won hand- 
ily, 24-6 and followed this by a 
revengeful victory over Thiel 
23-14 in the squad's most im- 
pressive showing of the year. 
After losing to a big John Carroll 
team 22-13, 56 points was more 
than enough to defeat the W&J 
Presidents. The season ended on 
a low note due to a 1 0-7 loss to 
Grove City. 



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Soccer 

The newest intercollegiate 
sport, at Bethany, soccer, be- 
came one of the most popu- 
lar. Coach John Cunning- 
ham's booters came within 
one game of winning the 
PAC crown. 

It all started with a home 
opener against defending 
champion Case Tech. The ex- 
perienced Case squad was 
overwhelming favorites, but 
the undaunted Bisons never 
gave up and finally won the 
game, 3-2. 

In the next four games, the 
booters stumbled three times 
with the sole victory over AAt. 
Union. Since all four were 
non-conference, the record 
for the PAC crown was un- 
blemished. But hopes for the 
crown went down the drain 
with a 4-3 setback to Adel- 
bert. After successive vic- 
tories over John Carroll and 
Allegheny, the squad felt 
they themselves too late. 
Both games assured the team 
of a second place in their 
first official year in the PAC. 





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2 


Case Tech 


1 


Bethany 


2 


Slippery Rock 


3 


Bethany 


1 


Morris Harvey 


2 


Bethany 


4 


Mt. Union 


3 


Bethany 


2 


Alderson- 








Broddus 


4 


Bethany 


3 


Adelbert 


4 


Bethany 


8 


John Carroll 


1 


Bethany 


5 


Allegheny 


3 






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John Masquelier closed out a 
fabulous running career with 
a surprising victory at the 
PAC meet in Cleveland. The 
young harriers, led by Coach 
Tom Grail, finished the 1968 
campaign with a 3 win, 4 
loss mark and finished a re- 
spectable fourth in the PAC 
championships. 

Freshman John Hubbard was 
a big surprise for the Bisons 
as he added a tremendous 
boost to the squad. 

Other strong runners includ- 
ed Jim Liddle, Bob Turner, 
Ken Swindler, Bill Jarman, 
and Chuck Sheib. 




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Bethany 


41 


Case 


18 


Bethany 


28 


Thiel 


30 


Bethany 


50 


Marietta 


15 


Bethany 


41 


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Mellon 


18 


Bethany 


25 


Allegheny 


31 


Bethany 


39 


John Carroll 


23 


Bethany 


25 


Adelbert 


34 


Fourth in 


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Basketball 



The Bethany basketball team 
was an experience in heart- 
break. Compiling a dismal 4-14 
record, first year mentor Tom 
Allen's squad fought hard and 
lost seven games by less than 
ten points and three of those 
were by two or less. 

The Bisons, starting a small and 
inexperienced team, started the 
season on an optimistic note 
with a decisive victory over the 
eventual conference champs, 
W&J. The cagers then split the 
next two games, beating Adel- 
bert and losing to Muskingum, 
then went on to drop 13 out of 
the next 14 games. The sole vic- 
tory was at the expense of John 
Carroll. The season ended on a 
happy note with a victory over 
Allegheny. 

The team was led by senior cap- 
tain, AAike Nevitt and junior Jack 
Kostur, both guards and both 
averaged over 20 points a game. 
Nevitt had the season high with 
37 points against W&J. Harry 
Bourdeau, the 6-7 center, was a 
much improved player and led 
the conference in rebounds. 






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Bethany 


76 


W&J 


66 




Bethany 


54 


Muskingum 


62 


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Bethany 


87 


Adelbert 


69 


Bethany 


68 


Case 


69 ' 




Bethany 


58 


Marietta 


89 




Bethany 


64 


Adelbert 


89 




Bethany 


75 


Case 


78 




Bethany 


72 


Wheeling 


77 




Bethany 


94 


John Carroll 


88 




Bethany 


69 


Allegheny 


74 




Bethany 


89 


Wheeling 


91 




Bethany 


75 


MacMurray 


97 




Bethany 


51 


Thiel 


60 




Bethany 


80 


John Carroll 


82 




Bethany 


74 


W&J 


93 




Bethany 


67 


Thiel 


78 




Bethany 


61 


Allegheny 


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Coach Tom Grail's mermen were im- 
pressive to say the least. The cre- 
dentials of the team were almost 
limitless as they swept through 
twelve of fourteen meets and de- 
stroyed the conference in the PAC 
Meet held at John J. Knight nata- 
torium. Impressive victories over 
WVU and Miami highlighted the 
season. The only two setbacks came 
to the hands of nationally ranked 
East Carolina and a fluke loss to 
Youngstown. 

The PAC's were a mere formal- 
ity as the mermen took first in 
all events except one and sec- 
ond in all but two and swept the 
meet handily. 

After much preparation the Bi- 
sons went to Chicago for the 
NAIA national meet. But 
through much stronger competi- 
tion, the gallant swimmers fin- 
ished in a tie for sixth place. 



Bethany 


67 


Grove City 


37 


Bethany 


65 


WVU 


39 


Bethany 


73 


Monmouth 


31 


Bethany 


138 


Miami Dade N 


92 






Miami Dade S 


44 






Indian River 


27 


Bethany 


53 


Miami 


51 


Bethany 


38 


E. Carolina 


66 


Bethany 


73 


Allegheny 


28 


Bethany 


59 


Case 


44 


Bethany 


62 


Carnegie 


35 


Bethany 


51 


Youngstown 


53 


Bethany 


55 


W&J 


45 


Bethany 


67 


Thiel 


36 


First Place in PAC 




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Wrestling 




Bethany's matmen had the type of 
year that make fans and coaches 
scratch their heads. Led by Gary 
Pitman and Tony Wieshner, the 
team was rarely overpowered, yet it 
seemed that all the grapplers could 
not put a good match together. 

An opening victory over and a mid- 
season triumph over Alderson-Brod- 
dus provided the Green with their 
only two victories of the campaign. 
Being an individual sport, the suc- 
cess of the squad was measured in 
the accomplishments of the single 
wrestler. Besides Pitman and Weish- 
ner, outstanding performances were 
put in by Chuck McCarthy, Tom 
Maggi, Jim St. Clair, Heavyweight 
Bob Uhl, Paul Leiblich, Bill Taczak, 
Jay DiMarco, and Gerry Keeler. 



Bethany 


28 


Adelbert 


20 


Bethany 


23 


A-B 


26 


Bethany 


6 


Grove City 


22 


Bethany 


25 


A-B 


22 


Bethany 


14 


Allegheny 


31 


Bethany 


21 


Case 


25 


Bethany 


17 


Marietta 




Bethany 


5 


John Carroll 


40 


Fifth in PAC match. 







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Golf 




Scores 




Bethany 


11 


Thiel 13 


Bethany 


111/2 


C-M 131/2 


Bethany 


11 1/2 


W&J 131/2 

John Carroll I51/2 


Bethany 


17 


Case 8 


Bethany 


16 


Allegheny 9 


Bethany 


8 


W&J 17 


Bethany 


13 


Grove City 1 2 



Fifth Place in PAC 



The Bison golf squad compiled 
a 3 win, 5 loss record in a year 
in which could have proved bet- 
ter fortune. Coach Knight's 
squad, led by Terry Coffield, fin- 
ished 5th in the conference 
match. 

After losing the first four match- 
es to Thiel, W&J, John Carroll, 
and Carnegie-Mellon, the cup- 
sters won the next three out of 
four with victories over Case, 
Allegheny, and Grove City sand- 
wiched around a loss to W&J. 

Due to a young team, the Bisons 
should be a conference threat in 
the next few seasons. 




236 



Track 





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The 1 969 version of Bethany's track team 
was a winless one. First year coach Tom 
Allen's premier effort with the young 
squad was quite frustrating. It appeared 
that the talent was there but the depth 
wasn't due to an entirely undermanned 
squad. 

With overwhelming defeats from Grove 
City, Carnegie-Mellon, and Case, the rest 
of the thinclad losses were close enough 
to point out the lack of participants for 
the Bisons. The closest that Allen's men 
came to a victory was with Adelbert, 
which was lost onh, ate in the meet. 

Fine individual efforts came from pole 
vaulter Jim St. Clair as he took the Bison's 
only first place in the PAC meet. Also 
excelling were freshman javelin thrower 
Brian Heuer and high jumper Bud Scrog- 
gins. 

Bethany 25 Case 120 

Bethany 65 Adelbert 80 

Bethany 66 W&J 78 

Bethany 49 Carnegie- 

Mellon 96 

Bethany 58 Thiel 87 

Bethany 48 Grove City 97 

Bethany Allegheny 

John Carroll 
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Tennis 





Bethany 


6 


Fairmont 


3 


Bethany 


5 


AAt. Union 


4 


Bethany 


4 


Wash. Jeff. 


5 


Bethany 


4 


Case 


5 


Bethany 


2 


Adelbert 


7 


Bethany 


1 


Carn.-Mell. 


8 


Bethany 


7 


Morris Harvey 


2 


Bethany 


2 


Grove City 


2 


Bethany 


4 


John Carroll 


5 


4th place in PAC 







With first year coach Joe Kurey, 
the young tennis squad had a 
sporadic year on the courts. With 
opening victories over Fairmont 
and Mt. Union, it seemed like 
another premiere year for the 
netmen. But the tide turned 
quickly as four straight losses to 
W&J, Case, Adelbert, and Car- 
negie-Mellon, set a solemn tone 
to the squad. A victory over 
down-state Morris Harvey saved 
the skein and team went on to 
tie Grove City and lose the finale 
to John Carroll. 

The number one player on the 
squad was Carol Hunter, who 
had an outstanding year on the 
courts in both singles and dou- 
bles. 








Baseball 



Bethany's young, strong base- 
ball team waded through an up 
and down season ending on the 
upward swing. The team fin- 
ished the year with an impres- 
sive 10-5 won-lost slate. 

Coach Bob Coin's men had high 
hopes of winning the conference 
due to an experienced infield 
and strong pitching and catch- 
ing. After winning the first two 
games over Thiel and Steuben- 
ville, the Bisons' hopes for the 
title were all but crushed due to 
a doubleheader loss to the hands 
of W&J. But, the Bisons stormed 
back and won the next four out 
of five games. The surging bats 
and strong-armed pitchers were 
now getting down to business. 
Ed LaBorde and Denny Robinson 
were the unbeatable battery and 
the hitting of LaBorde, Jack Kos- 
tur, and Manny Markos led the 
way. The toll of so many double- 
headers was beginning to show 
as the Bisons split two twin bills 
with Case and Thiel. The season 
ended on a strong note with a 
4-3 decision over Adelbert. 

Of the starting nine The Big 
Green will only lose leftfielder, 
AAullins. 



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Scores 




Bethany 


4 


Thiel 


2 


Bethany 


11 


Steubenville 


1 


Bethany 


2(2) 


W&J 


6(8) 


Bethany 


13 


Steubenville 


2 


Bethany 


3 


Case 


1 


Bethany 


11 


AAt. Union 


18 


Bethany 


4(4) 


Adelbert 


2(0) 


Bethany 


3 


Allegheny 


1 


Bethany 


2(1) 


Case 


1 (2) 


Bethany 


10(2) 


Thiel 


4(10) 


Bethany 


4 


Adelbert 


3 





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241 



Senior Index 



AMOS EUGENE AGREE, JR.: B.A. Philosophy, Alpha 
Sigma Phi; Gamma Sigma Kappa; Track Manager; En- 
counter; Koinonia; IRC; SBOG Representative; Chairman 
of the SBOG Foreign Student Committee; Soccer Club; 
Soccer Team; Freshman Orientation; Dean's List. 

CANDANCE ADAMS: B.A. Religion; Pi Beta Phi; Honors 
Course; Encounter; Koinonia; IRC; Concert Choir; Orch- 
estra. 

VERON A. ALLALEMDJIAN: B.A. Elemenlary Education; Zeta 
Tau Alpha; Zeta Tau Alpha Treasurer; Zeta Ritual Chair- 
man; Ski Club. 

ELMA SUZANNE ALLEN: B.S. Chemistry; Gamma Sigma Kap- 
pa; Orchestra; Band; Chemistry Club; German Club; Dean's 
List. 

STEPHAN ALLEN: B.A. Social Studies. 

JENNIFER LYNN ALLISON: B.A. Education; Phi Mu. 

JACK C. AMATO: B.S. Chemistry; Kappa Alpha; Beta Beta 
Beta; SBOG; Chemistry Club; Track; Junior Year Abroad. 

WESLEY D. ANDERSON: B.S. AAathematics: Kappa Alpha; 
Varsity B; Varsity Swimming Team; Captain, Varsity 
Swimming Team. 

MARC DAVID ANTIS: B.A. Economics; Alpha Sigma Phi; 
Omicron Delta Epsilon; SBOG; Psychology Club, Economics 
Club; French Club; Intramural Sports; Alpha Sigma Phi 
Social Chairman. 

PETER WILLIAM ARENTZEN: B.A. History-Political Science; 
Kappa Alpha; IRC; Intramural Sports. 

THEODORE BERESFORD AUSTIN, JR.: B.A. History; SBOG 
Representative; Intramural Sports; Varsity Baseball Team; 
IRC; U.N. Debate Team. 



B 



KAREN CARLENE BALCAR: B.A. Communications; Alpha Xi 
Delta; Pi Delta Epsilon; Drama Club. 

JOHN THOMAS BALLENTYNE: B.S. Mathematics; Delta Tau 
Delta; German Club; WVBC; IRC. 

LAWRENCE MICHAEL BARR: B.A. Economics-. Alpha Sigma 
Phi; Tower Staff; Intramural Sports; Psychology Club; 
Economics Club; Economics Club Vice President; Soccer 
Club; Track; Alpha Sigma Phi Social Chairman; Alpha 
Sigma Phi Athletic Chairman. 

JOAN BALFOUR: B.A. Elementary Education; Zeta Tau Alpha; 
Zeta Tau Alpha Rush Chairman; Zeta Song Leader; Sec- 
retary SBOG. 

HOWARD K. BELL: B.A. Religion-. Phi Kappa Tau; Who's Who; 
Encounter; Koinonia; IFC; College Council; Young Demo- 
crats; IRC. 

JOHN BERRY: B.S. Mathematics; Sigma Nu; Lieutenant Com- 
mander of Sigma Nu; Varsity Football. 

JOANNE BERTOLO: B.S. Biology; Phi Mu; Phi Mu Pledge 
Director; Women's Recreational Association; WRA Social 



Chairman; AWS Representative; Social Committee Repre- 
sentative; WRA Secretary. 

G. JEFFREY BOHNE: B.A. History; Phi Kappa Tau; Who's 

Who; Manager of Football and Swimming Teams; IFC; 

Varsity B; President Varsity B; Phi Kappa Tau Alumni 
Secretary; Phi Tau Vice President. 

CYNTHIA BOICH: B.A. Communications; Alpha Xi Delta; 
Pi Delta Epsilon; Pi Delta Epsilon Secretary; Tower Staff; 
Bethanian Staff; Alpha Xi Delta Rush Chairman. 

DAVID L. BOLENDER: B.S. Biology; Delta Tau Delta (Charter 
Member); Recipient Gans Fund Award; Track; Band; 
Brass Choir; Orchestra; Chemistry Club; Messiah; Delta 
Tau Delta Guide; Departmental Assistant. 

MICHAEL G. BOURCY: B.S. Chemistry; Varsity Swimming 
Team; Chemistry Club; Varsity B Club. 

DOUGLAS J. BRADLEY: B.A. English; Beta Theta Pi; Sopho- 
more Leadership Award; Kalon; Who's Who; WVBC 
Disc Jockey; Co-Chairman of CLEW; Social Committee Co- 
Chairman; Assistant Editor of Student Handbook; Tower 
Reporter; Beta Theta Pi Secretary; CLEW Chairman; Chair- 
man of Social Committee; College Council; Vice President 
of IFC; Beta President; Secretary-Treasurer of Kalon. 

DON MICHAEL BRADNEY: B.A. Religion; Delta Tau Delta; 
Koinonia; Encounter; Junior Year in India. 

NANCY BREVAK: B.A. Elementary Education. 

DAVID R. BREWER: B.A. History; Cross Country. 

WINTHROP LAWRENCE BUCK: B.A. Economics; Delta Tau 
Delta; Omicron Delta Epsilon; Messiah; Concert Choir; 
SBOG Representative; Intramurals; IFC; Student Aide for 
the Math Department; German Club; Economics Club; Delta 
Tau Delta Rush Chairman; SBOG Representative; SBOG 
Treasurer; Secretary of the German Club; Curriculum Com- 
mittee; Vice-President of Delta Tau Delta; Recording Sec- 
retary Delta Tau Delta; Senior Assistant for Economics 
Department; Secretary-Treasurer of Economics Club; Schol- 
arship Chairman for Delta Tau Delta; Senior Fellow; Dean's 
List. 

DALE BURMASTER: B.A. Art; Pi Beta Phi; Messiah Chorus; 
Intramural Sports; Pi Beta Phi Vice President; WRA Treas- 
urer; College Council; Art Editor for Bethany News; Pi 
Phi President; Assistant in the Art Department; Art Editor 
for Harbinger. 

JANE BURSE: B.A. Physical Education; Kappa Delta; Vice 
President of House Council; AWS; SBOG; Pledge Class 
President; Tour Guide; Women's Tennis Team; Spanish 
Club; IRC; Semester at University of Copenhagen, Den- 
mark (Junior Year); Social Chairman of Kappa Delta; 
Secretary in Office of Dean of Students. 



FRANK DAVID CALABRESE: B.A. History. 

SUSAN BRETELL CALABRESE: B.A. French; Social Privilege in 
Alpha Xi Delta; House Council Representative; French 
Club. 

BERNARD CANDELA: B.A. Economics; Alpha Sigma Phi; 
Omicron Delta Epsilon; Economics Club; Intramural Sports; 



242 



Newman Club; Marshall of Alpha Sigma Phi; President of 
Economics Club; President of Omicron Delta Epsilon; 
Schedule Committee; Student Board of Auditors; Assistant 
in Economics Department. 

AMI J. CAPUTO: B.A. Physical Educafion; Woolery Associa- 
tion; Varsity Football; Varsity B; Intramurals; Dorm Council; 
Food Committee; All-Conference Football. 

ELIZABETH STARR WYNNE CASE: B.A. Elementary Education 
and Religion; Canterbury Club. 

MARTHA CEPERLEY: B.A. Elementary Education; Kappa Del- 
ta; Who's Who; President of Kappa Delta; IFC; Sophomore 
Counselor; WRA; Student Court; College Council; Pan- 
hellenic Council. 

DEBORAH H. CLARK: B.S. Mathematics; Pi Beta Phi; Spanish 
Club; Treasurer of Pi Beta Phi; Social Committee; Pi Beta 
Phi Social Chairman. 

DUDLEY WILSON CLARK, JR.: B.A. Journalism; Kappa Alpha; 
Intramurals; Officer in Kappa Alpha. 

GREGORY ALDEN CLARKE: B.A. History-Political Science; 
Track; IRC; Tower Staff. 

RICHARD T. CLARK: B.A. Economics; Sigma Nu; Varsity Foot- 
ball; Intramural Sports; Social Chairman of Sigma Nu; 
Staff Member of School Publications; Sigma Nu Rush 
Chairman. 

WAYNE A. CLINE: B.A. History-Political Science; Dean's List; 
Phi Alpha Theta; Rotary International Fellow; IRC; Sociol- 
ogy-Anthropology Club; Golf Team; Assistant in History 
Department; Vice President of Goodnight Association; 
Who's Who; Gamma Sigma Kappa; Senior Assistant in 
History; Curriculum Committee. 

COLEEN M. CONNER: B.A. English; Concert Choir. 

SUSAN DENNISON COPENHAVER: B.A. Elementary Educa- 
tion; IRC; Spanish Club; Student Assistant in Education 
Department. 

ROBERT C. CORNELIUS: B.A. Physical Education; Athletic 
Trainer for Varsity Football. 

CHESTER CORWIN: B.A. History. 

JOHN W. COST; B.A. Economics; Phi Kappa Tau; Canterbury 
Club; Economics Club. 



PHILLIP W. DAVIS: B.A. Sociology; Sigma Nu; Varsity Foot- 
ball; Varsity B; Sigma Nu House Manager; Treasurer of 
Varsity B. 

CHERYL DEAN: B.A. Religion; Pi Beta Phi; Phi Alpha Theta; 
Assistant for the Religion Department; Encounter; Koino- 
nia; Concert Choir; Messiah; IRC. 

RICHARD DEULLEY: B.A. Sociology; Varsity Football; Varsity 
Basketball; Varsity B; All-PAC Junior and Senior Year. 

PAMELA DE YOUNG: B.A. Elementary Education; Kappa 
Delta; Harbinger Staff; AWS; Koinonia; House Council 

BARRY R. DIAZ: B.A. Economics; Varsity Swimming Team; 
Varsity "B"; Economics Club. 

PETER WALTER DIGNAN: B.A. Economics; Kappa Alpha; 
Alpha Psi Omega; Varsity Swimming Team; Intramurals; 
SBOG; WVBC; Economics Club; IFC; Vice President of 
Senior Class. 

NORMAN A. DOLCH: B.A. Sociology: Delta Tau Delta; Varsity 
Football; French Club; Sociology Club; Assistant in Soci- 
ology Department. 

DAVID C. DONALDSON: B.A. Economics; Kappa Alpha; 
Economics Club; IFC. 

SALLY KAY DOWNS: B.A. Elementary Education; Kappa 
Delta; Harbinger Staff; AWS; Koinonia. 

FRAN DULANY: B.A. Elementary Education; Zeta Tau Alpha; 
Snow Queen; Homecoming Queen for 1968-1969; Who's 
Who; Cheerleader; House Council Representative; Zeta 
Tau Alpha Athletic Coordinator; Panhellenic Council Rep- 
resentative; Zeta Tau Alpha Song Leader. 

LESLE DUNN: B.A. Art; Zeta Tau Alpha; Vice President of the 
Art Club. 

DONALD DURDAN: B.S. Chemistry; Chemistry Club; Spanish 
Club. 



JEFFREY J. EGER: B.A. History; Alpha Sigma Phi; Varsity 
Golf; Intramurals; Alpha Sigma Phi Public Relations Chair- 
man; SBOG Representative; Varsity Wrestling; IRC; Spanish 
Club; Freshman Council Advisor. 



BARBARA L. COUNDJERIS: B.A. Sociology; Phi Mu; Alpha 
Psi Omega; WRA; French Cl-n; Phi Mu Rush >air lan. 

JOSEPH W. CROSTON: B.S. Chemistry; Delta Tau Delta; Golf 
Team; French Club; Chemistry Club. 

MARSHA FAYE CUNNINGHAM: B.A. English; Kappa Delta; 
Alpha Psi Omega; German Club; Assistant Director of 
"Kiss Me Kate," "King Lear," "Becket"; Stage Manager for 
"Macbeth," "Streetcar Named Desire"; Secretary Treasurer 
of Alpha Psi Omega. 

D 

MICHELE DAMIAN: B.A. Elementary Education; Alpha Xi 
Delta; AWS; Social Committee; Recording Secretary of 
Alpha Xi Delta. 

JUDY DARLING: B.A. Elementary Education; Phi Mu; Social 
Committee; Phi Mu Assistant Social Chairman; Jewish 
Fellowship; Phi Mu Standards Chairman and Recording 
Secretary; AWS Queen, Sophomore Year. 



SANDRA FALCONER: B.A. Drama; Alpha Psi Omega; Har- 
binger Staff; Drama Club and Drama Department; WVBC; 
Art Model. 

DANIEL R. W. FAUX: B.A. History-Political Science; Sociology 
and Anthropology Club; IRC; Tower Staff Member; Soccer 
Team; Debate Club; WVBC; Freshman Writing Award; 
Development Fellow and Academic Year Award from 
the Institute of International Education. 

PAULA FEYCHE: B.S. Psychology; Kappa Delta; Intramural 
Sports; Phillips Hall Formal Committee; Psychology Club; 
Mail Room Assistant; Treasurer of Psychology Club; Ski 
Club; Assistant in Psychology Department; Gamma Sigma 
Kappa; Kappa Delta Scholarship Chairman; Sociology Club; 
IRC: Student Advisor; Dean's List. 

ROBERT FIALKOWSKI: B.A. Sociology; Varsity Baseball 
Team; Varsity Basketball; All-Conference Player in Base- 
ball, Sophomore Year; Captain of the Baseball Team. 



243 



BRYSON M. FILBERT: B.S. Biology; Kappa Alpha; Beta Beta 
Beta; Pi Delta Epsilon; Cross-Country Team; Track Team; 
Vice President of Kappa Alpha Pledge Class; SBOG 
Representative; Intramural Sports; Co-Editor of Meet the 
Greeks, 1967-1968; Assistant in Biology Department; Rush 
Chairman of Kappa Alpha; Freshman Proctor; President 
of the Senior Class; Bethanian Editorial Staff Member; 
Student Advisor; Kappa Alpha Parliamentarian. 

HARRY FINDLING: B.S. Chemistry; Alpha Sigma Phi; Chem- 
istry Club; Food Committee; Alpha Sigma Phi Scholarship 
Chairman. 

WILLIAM F. FITZGERALD: B.A. History-Political Science; Beta 
Theta Pi; SBOG Representative to NSA National Congress; 
Varsity Football; SBOG Representative; Sociology Club; 
Spanish Club; Intramural Sports; Director of Academic 
Affairs for the SBOG (Initiated Course and Teacher Evalu- 
ation); Ski Club; IFC; Beta Theta Pi Rush Chairman; Student 
Marshall at Commencement. 



DARREL GRABLE: B.A. Economics; Alpha Sigma Phi; Alpha 
Sigma Phi Athletic Chairman, Alumni Relations Director; 
Economics Club; Alpha Sigma Phi House Manager. 

GRETCHEN GREVE: B.S. Biology. 

PAUL THOMAS GRISHKAT: B.A. Economics; Kappa Alpha; 
Intramural Sports; S.B.O.G. Representative; College Coun- 
cil; President of I.F.C.; Economics Club; President of Kappa 
Alpha; Assistant in Economics Department; Who's Who. 

SUSAN GUNTHER: B.A. English; Chemistry Club; Girls' 
Hockey Team; I.R.C.; German Club; Girls' Softball Team. 

RONALD D. GUTMANN: B.A. History-Political Science; Intra- 
mural SpQrts; Assistant in History Department; Honorary 
History Society. 



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MARCIA ANNE FLEMING: B.A. Elementary EcJucation; Alpha 
Xi Delta; Concert Choir; Messiah; Church Choir; German 
Club; Sophomore Counselor; Student Advisor; Orienta- 
tion Committee; Alpha Xi Delta Vice President; SBOG; 
Song Leader, Chaplain, and Rush Secretary for Alpha Xi 
Delta. 

MARY FLEMMING: B.A. History; Concert Choir; Messiah; 
Church Choir; Panhellenic Council; AWS; Membership 
Chairman of Kappa Delta; AWS President; Who's Who. 

PAULETTE FLICK: B.S. Biology; Alpha Xi Delta; Beta Beta 
Beta; Newman Club; WVBC Secretary; Intramural Sports; 
Swimming Instructor. 

PAULA MARIE FLOWER: B.A. Art; Phi Mu; CLEW Publicity 
Chairman; WVBC; Art Contributor of the Harbinger; Phi 
Mu Registrar and House Manager; Art Work Contributor 
to Annual Fall Art Show. 

TED FOLPRECHT: B.A. History; Chairman of Scholarship Com- 
mittee of McLean Hall; Fieshman Curriculum Committee; 
Announcer over WVBC; Dean's List. 

MARTHA FRANKENBERG: B.A. Elementary Education; Phi 
Mu; Secretary-Treasurer of the Senior Class; Encounter 
Art Chairman; Student Court. 

MARIE ELIZABETH FREELAND: B.S. Psychology; Pi Beta Phi; 
Messiah; Vineyard Hills Project; Encounter; Tower Staff; 
Chairman of Vineyard Hills Project. 

DENNIS MARC FUCHS: B.A. History; Beta Theta Pi; History 
Club; Assistant for History Department; Ski Club Vice 
President; Varsity Tennis; IFC Social Chairman. 

DAVID ERNST FURNISS; B.A. Economics. 



MARGARET H. GALVIN: B.A. Elementary Education. 

CHERYL J. GILBERT: B.A. Elementary Education; Zeta Tau 
Alpha; Cheerleader; Bethanian Staff Member; Zeta Tau 
Alpha Ritual Chairman. i 

KATHLEEN CORNELIA GILES: B.A. Elementary Education; 
Alpha Xi Delta; Cheerleader; Vice President Alpha Xi 
Delta Pledge Class; A.W.S.; Co-Captain of Cheerleaders; 
W.R.A.: Faculty Advisory Committee on Physical Educa- 
tion and Athletics. 

TERENCE E. GLASER: B.S. Psychology; Alpha Psi Omega; 
Drama Club; Model-U.N. Debate; WVBC; I.R.C. 



CAROL HALL: B.S. Biology; Beta Beta Beta; Gamma Sigma 
Kappa; Lab Assistant; Independent Women; German Club. 

THOMAS G. HANSON: B.A. History-Political Science; Delta 
Tau Delta; Tower Staff; Spanish Club; I.R.C; Drama Club; 
Treasurer of Apathy Bowling League; Concert Choir; 
Representative to A. C.U.I. Bowling Tournament. 

DEBRA DALES HAWKINS: B.A. Elementary Education; Pi Beta 
Phi; Alpha Psi Omega; W.R.A.; Language Lab Assistant; 
Drama Club; Spanish Club; I.R.C. 

PEGGY SUE HAYNES: B.S. Biology; Beta Beta Beta; Encounter; 
Independent Women; Chemistry Club; Intramural Sports. 

FRANCES M. HEFELFINGER: B.S. Biology; Phi Mu; Song 
Leader for Pledge Class; Tutorial Project; Encounter; Con- 
cert Choir; Phi Mu Philomathean Chairman; Phi Mu 
Song Leader; Chairman of Tutorial Project. 

DAVID HELLEGERS: B.A. Elementary Education; Tutorial Proj- 
ect. 

JEFFREY ARTHUR HICKS: B.A. History; Delta Tau Delta; 
I.R.C. 

JACK LEONARD HILLWIG: B.A. Communications; Phi Kappa 
Tau; Pi Delta Epsilon; WVBC; Editor of Phi Kappa Tau 
News Letter; Bethanian Staff; Editor of The Tower; Presi- 
dent of Pi Delta Epsilon; Who's Who. 

HAROLD DAVID HOAG, JR.: B.A. Economics; Intramural 
Sports; Economics Club. 

ANNABEL HOLLANDSWORTH HOBBS: B.A. Elementary Edu- 
cation; Zeta Tau Alpha; Kalon; Gamma Sigma Kappa; 
Who's Who; S.B.O.G. Representative; A.W.S. Secretary; 
Koinonia; Sophomore Counselor; Cheerleader; Zeta Tau 
Alpha Scholarship Chairman; Co-Chairman of C.L.E.W. 

CHARLES FRANCIS HODIL: B.A. Art; Sigma Nu; Varsity 
Basketball. 

ERIC M. HOFFRICHTER: B.A. History; Ski Club. 

ROGER W. HOGE: B.S. Biology; Beta Beta Beta; Lab Assistant; 
Secretary-Treasurer of McLean Association; Vice President 
of McLean Association. 

JAMES HUGHEY; B.A. Communications; Pi Delta Epsilon; 
Intramural Sports. 

ROBERT A. HUMPHREY: B.A. Physical Education; Sigma Nu; 
Varsity Football; Track; Intramural Sports. 



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KIRK R. HUNTER: B.A. Communications; Beta Theta Pi; Pi 
Delta Epsilon; All-PAC Tennis; Cross Country Team; Tennis; 
Beta Theta Pi Recording Secretary; Tower Staff; WVBC; 
Intramural Sports; Captain of Tennis Team. 

ALAN PAUL HURLEY: B.A. History; Delta Tau Delta (Charter 
Member); Who's Who; Encounter; I.R.C.; Spanish Club; 
Delta Tau Delta Recording Secretary, Activities Chairman; 
S.B.O.G. Representative; Delta Tau Delta Vice President, 
Rules Chairman; Parliamentarian; S.B.O.G. Committees on 
Elections, Constitutions, and Finance; Delta Tau Delta 
Political Activities Chairman; I.R.C. President; President of 
Northern Appalachian Model United Nations. 



GORDON JANIS: B.A. English. 

WILLIAM J. JARMAN, JR.: B.A. Religion; Alpha Sigma Phi 
Gamma Sigma Kappa; Kalon; Outstanding Junior Man 
Sophomore Leadership Award; Cross Country Team; Track 
Encounter; S.B.O.G. Representative; Koinonia; All-PAC in 
Cross Country; Varsity "B"; Chairman of Church and 
Society Committee of Encounter; President of S.B.O.G.; 
Student Court; Chairman of Encounter; Chairman of Fresh- 
man Orientation Advisors; Orientation Committee; Board 
of Communications Chairman; Intramural Sports; Young 
Democrats; Cross-Country Captain; Alpha Sigma Phi Rush 
Chairman; College Council; Ski Club. 

RICHARD MARTIN JAY: 6.S. Biology; Phi Kappa Tau; Track 
Team; Laboratory Assistant; Phi Kappa Tau Social Chair- 
man; S.B.O.G. Representative; Biology Tutor; Biology In- 
structor at West Virginia State Prison. 

CAROL ANN JOHNSON: B.A. Sociology; Secretary-Treasurer 
of Sociology Club. 

RALPH McCLURE JOHNSON: B.A. Economics; Kappa Alpha; 
Pi Delta Epsilon; Intramural Sports; Economics Club; Social 
Committee; Kappa Alpha Social Chairman. 

PEPPER PLATT JONES: B.A. Communications; Beta Theta 
Pi; Pi Delta Epsilon; Varsity Football; Fir.st Place in PAC 
Conference in Football; Pi Delta Epsilon Secretary; Tower 
Staff; Bethanian Staff. 



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JOSEPH ROBERT KALBA: B.A. Economics; Kappa Alpha; 
WVBC; Intramural Sports; Economics Club. 

GLENN B. KELLY: B.S. Mathematics; Delta Tau Delta; Chem- 
istry Club; Math-Physics Club; German Club; Intramural 
Sports; Soccer Club; Messiah; Varsity Soccer Team. 

THOMAS WILLIAM KELLY: B.A. Economics; Varsity Basketball; 
Economics Club. 

DOUGLAS S. KENNEDY: B.A. Economics; Kappa Alpha; PI 
Dejta Epsilon; Economics Club; Staff Member for WVBC; 
S.B.O.G. Representative; Board of Communications. 

BRUCE R. KEPPLER: 6.5. Chemistry; Phi Alpha; Who's Who; 
Varsity Swimming Team; Varsity "B". 

JEWELL ANN KERCHNER: B.A. Music; Concert Choir; Band. 

ANDREW J. KERRISH, JR.: B.A. History; Phi Kappa Tau; 
Bethanian Staff; Assistant for History Department; I.R.C. 

MARY S. KETTERER: B.A. Communications; Pi Beta Phi; Pi 
Delta Epsilon; Who's Who; Intramural Sports; French 



Club; Encounter; Social Committee; Messiah; Tower Staff; 
Panhellenic Council, Standards Chairman; Pi Beta Phi 
Rush Chairman; Publicity Chairman for The Tower; Pi 
Beta Phi Vice President and Magazine Correspondent; 
President of Panhellenic Council. 

ANNE F. KILVERT: B.S. Biology; Zeta Tau Alpha; Girls' Tennis 
Team. 

THOMAS PAUL KING: B.A. History; Delta Tau Delta; Score- 
boarder for Basketball and Football; French Club; WVBC; 
I.R.C; Band; Orchestra. 

MARY REMINGTON KINNEY: B.A. Elementary Education; 
Kappa Delta; French Club; W.R.A.; Intramural Sports; 
Kappa Delta Athletic Chairman; W.R.A. Secretary; Kappa 
Delta Recording Secretary; W.R.A. Treasurer. 

WILLIAM L. KINNEY IV: B.A. Economics; Kappa Alpha; Alpha 
Psi Omega; A.W.S. King, 1968; Brass Choir; Band; Intra- 
murals; Male Chorus; Drama Club; Kappa Alpha Door- 
keeper; Chemistry Club; Food Committee. 

ROBERT P. KITKO: B.A. History-Political Science; I.R.C; Model 
U.N. 

CHERYL T. KOHLER: B.A. English; Alpha Xi Delta Pledge 
Class President; House Council; Drama Club; Social Com- 
mittee; Encounter. 

THOMAS KUSZAJ: B.S. Mathematics; Kappa Alpha; Intra- 
mural Sports; Kappa Alpha Athletic Chairman. 



HARRY G. LANG: B.S. Physics; Alpha Sigma Phi; Math- 
Physics Club; Newman Club. 

JEFFREY B. LARKIN: B.A. Economics; Phi Alpha (Founding 
Member); I.R.C. Washington Semester, Junior Year; Stu- 
dent Advisor; Varsity Swimming Team; Omicron Delta 
Epsilon; Assistant for Economics Department. 

GENEVIEVE ANN LaRUSSO: B.A. Education; Zeta Tau Alpha; 
A.W.S. ; French Club. 

CHARLES G. LENHART: B.A. History; Band; Brass Choir; 
Orchestra; Soccer Club. 

NILS LIGHTHOLDER: B.A. Economics; Kappa Alpha; Intra- 
mural Sports; Kappa Alpha Athletic Chairman and Pledge 
Trainer. 

DAWN LINDELL: B.A. Sociology; Alpha Xi Delta; A.W.S.; 
Intramural Sports; Alpha Xi [)elta Social Chairman; Social 
Committee Secretary; President of Alpha Xi Delta. 

JILL LIPPINCOTT: B.A. Art; Zeta Tau Alpha; I.R.C; Zeta Tau 
Alpha Scholarship Chairman; Student Advisor; Zeta House 
Manager; Student Assistant. 

ROBERT LLOYD: B.A. History. 

LEANORE A. LONTZ: B.A. English; WVBC; House Council- 
President of Independent Women; W.R.A.; A.W.S.; College 
Council; Food Committee. 

MARY KEENEY LOWE: B.A. English; Pi Alpha Theta; Gamma 
Sigma Kappa; Sigma Tau Delta. 



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JACOB STEPHEN MacKORELL: B.S. Chemistry; Phi Alpha; 
Chemistry Club. 



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TERRY O. MARTINSON: B.A. Religion; Delta Tau Delta; Track; 
Male Chorus; Cross-Country; Varsity "B"; Delta Tau Delta 
President; I.F.C.; College Council. 

MARTIN F. MAJOR: B.S. Matl^ematics; Varsity Swimming 
Team; Varsity "B". 

GUS MANTIA: B.S. Biology; Delta Tau Delta; Beta Beta 
Beta; Gamma Sigma Kappa; Assistant in Biology Depart- 
ment; German Club; Chemistry Club. 

SUZANNE MARSDEN: B.S. Chem/sfry; Gamma Sigma Kappa; 
Dean's List; Honors Program; Messiah Chorus; German 
Club; Chemistry Club. 

SENSENEY JUDD MARSHALL: B.S. A/lafhemaf/cs; Tower Staff; 
Bethanian Staff; I.R.C.; WVBC. 

DOUGLAS MASCIOLA: B.A. Physical Educaiion; Sigma Nu; 
Varsity Basketball; Golf. 

JOHN R. MASQUELIER: B.S. Mathematics; Beta Theta Pi; 
Outstanding Sophomore; P.A.C. Champion in Cross- 
Country; Track; Tennis; Varsity "B"; Beta Theta Pi House 
Manager; Ski Club President and Organizer; Cross-Country 
Captain; Track Captain; I.F.C. 

LINDA MASSOL: B.A. History; Zeta Tau Alpha; Sophomore 
Counselor; Zeta Secretary and Pledge Trainer; House 
Council; C.L.E.W. Committee; Youth for Jay. 

MARDIANNE MAYER: B.A. French; Kappa Delta; French Club; 
Kappa Delta Assistant Social Chairman; German Club; 
Junior Year Abroad in France. 

ARMAND F. MAZIE: B.S. Biology. 

JOHN KENNETH McVAY: B.A. Economics; Beta Theta Pi; 
Four Varsity Letters; Varsity Football; Varsity "B"; Eco- 
nomics Club; Co-Captain of the Football Team. 

DONALD R. MEGERLE: B.A. Physical Education; Varsity 
Swimming Team; Varsity "B"; Track; Assistant Track 
Coach; Diving Coach; Student Intramural Director; Student 
Assistant for Cross-Country; Secretary of Varsity "B" 

NOAL J. MELLOTT, JR.: B.A. Philosophy and B.S. Mathemat- 
ics; French Club; Business Manager of Tower; Board of 
Communications; Proctor in Freshman Dorms; People for 
Peace; Dean's List. 



VINCENT PAUL MITZEN: B.A. History; Kappa Alpha; Phi 
Alpha Theta; Gamma Sigma Alpha; I.F.C. 

JAMES DOUGLAS MOLDEN: B.A. History-Political Science; 
Alpha Sigma Phi; Intramural Sports; French Club. 

JOHN MORRIS: B.S. Biology; Beta Beta Beta; S.B.O.G. Rep- 
resentative; Departmental Assistant; College Council; Dorm 
President. 

HAROLD M. MOWL, JR.: B.S. Mathematics. 

JOHN W. MULLEN: B.A. Sociology; Sigma Nu; Varsity Foot- 
ball; Varsity Baseball; Varsity "B"; Sigma Nu Treasurer; 
Varsity "B" Secretary. 

TOM MURRAY: B.S. Mathematics; Sigma Nu; Varsity Foot- 
ball; I.F.C; Who's Who; Sigma Nu Commander and 
President; Co-Captain of the Football Team; I.F.C. 
Treasurer. 



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MARGO NEUBAUER: B.A. Elementary Education; Zeta Tau 
Alpha; French Club; Student Council. 

MICHAEL A. NEVITT: B.S. Mathematics; Beta Theta Pi; Varsity 
Basketball; Varsity Baseball; Captain of Basketball Team; 
Varsity "B"; I.F.C. 

DONALD NEWELL: B.S. Biology; Alpha Sigma Phi; Organized 
and help build WVBC; WVBC Program Manager; Brass 
Choir; Orchestra; Flying Club. 

LOUIS JACK NORMAN, II: B.S. Chemistry; Delta Tau Delta; 
Chemistry Club; German Club; Delta Tau Delta Treasurer; 
President of Chemistry Club. 

LOUIS K. NOVAK: B.A. Religion; Delta Tau Delta; Tennis 
Team; Church Choir; Male Chorus; Intramural Sports; 
Koinonia. 

CONSTANCE KAY NUSBAUM; B.A. Religion; Pi Beta Phi; 
Pi Alpha Theta; C.L.E.W.; Koinonia; Drama Club; Tour 
Guide; Encounter; Secretary, Gateway Executive House 
Council; Encounter Chairman; C.L.E.W. Book Chairman; 
Pi Beta Phi Magazine Chairman; Leader of Bethany Girl 
Scout Troop #391 ; Departmental Assistant. 



DONALD MERRIGAN: 
sentative. 



B.S. Biology; Track; S.B.O.G. Repre- 



WAYNE ROBERT MIELKE: B.A. History-Political Science; Senior 
Fellow; Phi Alpha Theta; Gamma Sigma Kappa; French 
Club; President of Phi Alpha Theta; Vice President of 
Goodnight Housing Association; President of Goodnight 
Housing Association. 

FREDERICK PHILIP MILLER, JR.: B.A. History; Alpha Sigma Phi; 
S.B.O.G. Representative; Spanish Club; Alpha Sigma Phi 
Marshall; Chairman of Alumni Relations; I.R.C. Vice Presi- 
dent; Drew University Semester at the U.N. (Junior Year); 
Departmental Assistant; C.L.E.W.; Student Advisor to 
Foreign Student Affairs. 

MARTHA MILLER; B.A. History; Zeta Tau Alpha. 

KENNETH ALLEN MILES: B.S. Mathematics; Cross-Country 

Team. 



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ROBERT H. OAKES: B.S. Mathematics; Phi Kappa Tau; All 
Conference Football; Varsity Football Team; Koinonia; 
Encounter; Baseball Statistician; Varsity "B"; S.B.O.G.; 
Phi Kappa Tau Treasurer. 

EUGENE W. OCHALEK: B.A. Economics; Sigma Nu; Intra- 
mural Sports; Varsity Football; Drama Club; Economics 
Club. 

ROBERT O. OLSEN: B.A. History; Students for Peace; Secre- 
tary-Treasurer of McLean Housing Association. 

EVELYN O'SHINSKY: B.S. Biology; Kappa Delta; Beta Beta 
Beta; Encounter; Social Committee Treasurer; Sophomore 
Counselor; Tutor; French Club; S.B.O.G. Representative; 
Parliamentarian of Kappa Delta. 



RICHARD MINTZ: B.A. Economics; Pi Delta Epsilon; WVBC, 
Business Manager, Assistant General Manager; WVBC 
General Manager. 



CHARLOTTE RAYE PEAKE: B.A. Organ; Alpha Xi Delta Pledge 
Class President; Cheerleader; Concert Choir. 



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JOHN C. PENNINGTON: B.S. Mathematics; Phi Alpha. 

ROBERT W. PERRY: B.A. Religion; Alpha Sigma Phi; En- 
counter; Chairman of Tutorial Project; Koinonia; Publicity 
Chairman for S.B.O.G. 

GARY A. PITTMAN: B.A. Economics; Beta Theta Pi; Varsity 
Football; Wrestling Team; Varsity "B"; Economics Club; 
Ski Club. 

RICHARD GEORGE PLY: B.A. Physical Education; Phi Kappa 
Tau; Varsity Football. 

JEFFREY C. PORTERFIELD: B.S. Biology; Alpha Sigma Phi; 
Pi Delta Epsilon; WVBC; Messiah Chorus; Sergeant-at-Arms 
for Alpha Sigma Phi; WVBC Program Director; Messiah 
Chorus; Golf Team; Prudential Committee; General Mana- 
ger of WVBC; Alpha Sigma Phi House Manager. 

LYNDA A. POTTER: B.A. Elementary Education; Zeta Tau 
Alpha; Bethany Catholic Community Treasurer. 

FRANKLIN JOSEPH PROVANCE: B.A. Religion; Koinonia. 



GARY A. SACCO: B.A. History; Beta Theta Pi Social Priv- 
ilege; Varsity Football; Intramural Sports. 

LEONARD CONRAD SCALZI: B.S. Biology; Sigma Nu; 
S.B.O.G. Representative; I.F.C. 

KAREN JANEEN SCOTT: B.A. Spanish; Pi Beta Phi; Spanish 
Club; Bell Choir; French Club; Pi Beta Phi Corresponding 
Secretary and Program Chairman. 

THURMAN LEE SCROGGINS, JR.: B.S. Mathematics; Kappa 
Alpha; Varsity Swimming; Track; Varsity Football; All-PAC 
in Football; Track Captain. 

LAWRENCE CHARLES SCUDDER, II: B.S. Biology; Kappa 
Alpha; Varsity Football; Intramural Sports; S.B.O.G. Repre- 
sentative; Kappa Alpha House Manager; Departmental 
Assistant; Kappa Alpha Corresponding Secretary; KA 
Most Improved Scholarship Award. 

SUSAN ANNE SHACKELFORD: B.A. French; Pi Beta Phi; 
French Club; Encounter; Concert Choir; German Club; 
Koinonia; I.R.C.; Spanish Club; Panhellenic Council; A.W.S. 
Recording Secretary. 

ALICE SHADER: B.A. English; Phi Mu; S.B.O.G. Representa- 
tive; Phi Mu House Manager. 

SAMUEL LEE SHUTTER: B.S. Chemistry. 

SUZANNE REQUA SLOAN: B.A. Elementary Education; Con- 
cert Choir; W.R.A. 

RUTH ANNE SMITH: B.A. English; Zeta Tau Alpha; Student 
Advisor; S.B.O.G. Representative; Zeta Tau Alpha Rush 
Chairman; Junior Year Abroad. 

PENNY SMYERS: B.S. Psychology; Phi Mu; Messiah; Chem- 
istry Club; French Club; Psychology Club; S.B.O.G. Repre- 
sentative; I.R.C. Schedule Committee; Orientation Com- 
mittee; Student Advisor; Homecoming Court, 1968-69. 

PAMELA SPANOGIANS: B.A. English; Kappa Delta; Dean's 
List; Departmental Assistant; Messiah. 



JAY SPROUT: B.A. Religion; Senior Fellow in Religion; En- 
counter; Koinonia; Male Chorus; Messiah; Encounter 
Steering Committee; Concert Choir. 

SARAH ANNE STACEY: B.A. Physical Education; Phi Mu; 
Gamma Sigma Kappa; Intramural Sports; Sophomore 
Counselor; Student Advisor; French Club; W.R.A. ; Who's 
Who; Athletic Council; College Council. 

ANDREW K. STEVENSON, JR.: B.A. English; Woolery House 
Association; Manager of Basketball Team; Intramural 
Sports; Dorm Council; Gateway Hall Scholastic Chairman; 
Food Committee; Associate Editor of the Harbinger; 
Scholastic Committee. 

DIANE RODEFER STEVENSON: B.A. English; Kappa Delta; 
Outstanding Freshman Woman; Outstanding Junior 
Woman; Outstanding Sophomore and Junior English 
Major; Gamma Sigma Kappa; Who's Who; Dean's List; 
Orchestra; Church Choir; Concert Choir; Sophomore Coun- 
selor; Panhellenic Council; Student Advisor; Departmental 
Assistant; Social Committee; S.B.O.G. Vice President; 
Intramural Sports; Honors Program; Kalon; Senior Fellow 
in English; Sima Tau Delta. 

DEBORAH ANN STICLE: B.A. Elementary Education; Pi Beta 
Phi; Gamma Sigma Kappa; Dean's List; Honors Seminar; 
Encounter; Spanish Club; I.R.C; Church Choir; Messiah; 
Bell Choir. 

CARTER W. STRAUSS: B.A. History-Political Science; Beta 
Theta Pi; Pi Delta Epsilon; Spanish Club; I.R.C; Psychol- 
ogy Club; Tower Staff; Bethanian Staff; WVBC; Intramural 
Sports. 

ROBERT LESS STRAW: B.A. History-Political Science; Phi Kappa 
Tau; Intramural Sports; Spanish Club; Intramural Sports 
Council; Secretary of Phi Theta Tau. 

JOHN EDWARD STROUD: B.S. Physics. 

KATHLEEN M. STREB: B.A. Elementary Education; House 
Council; Sophomore Counselor. 

MARSHA RAE SWEENEY: B.A. Elementary Education; Pi Beta 
Phi; Bell Choir. 

DIANNE SWEET: B.A. Elementary Education; Kappa Delta; 
Church Choir; Sophomore Counselor; Social Committee; 
Kappa Delta Vice President and Pledge Trainer. 

JESSE H. SWICK, III: B.S. Biology; Woolery House Associa- 
tion; German Club; Intramural Sports; Track; Vice Presi- 
dent of Woolery House Association; College Council; 
President of Woolery House Association; Ski Club. 

KATHLEEN SWIFT: B.A. Elementary Education; Pi Beta Phi; 
W.R.A.; I.R.C; Encounter; Intramural Sports. 



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DANIEL J. RAUB: B.S. Chemistry; Beta Theta Pi; Beta Beta 
Beta; Article in Journal of Political Economy; Dean's List; 
Chemistry Club; Encounter; I.R.C; French Club; Wrestling. 

RICHARD TIM REED: B.A. Economics; Beta Theta Pi; Varsity 
Football; Four Varsity Letters; Varsity "B"; Economics 
Club; Beta Theta Pi Treasurer. 

MARY BETH REYNOLDS: B.A. History; Zeta Tau Alpha; Zeta 
Tau Alpha Rush Chairman; Panhellenic Council; Zeta Tau 
Alpha President. 



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LINDA RICHARDS: B.A. Elementary Education; Zeta Tau 
Alpha; French Club; Catholic Community. 

LYNN RICHARDS: B.A. Elementary Education; Zeta Tau 
Alpha; Catholic Community. 

ROBERT RINEFRET: B.A. History; Sigma Nu; Freshman Dorm 
Council; S.B.O.G. Representative; Social Chairman for 
Sigma Nu; Sigma Nu Sentinel; Social Committee. 

BRUCE RODGERS: B.S. Biology; Beta Beta Beta; Band; Soci- 
ology Club. 

IDALIA RODRIGUEZ: B.A. Elementary Education; Kappa 
Delta. 

BARRY JAY ROFFER: B.A. Physical Education; Sigma Nu; 
Varsity Swimming Team; All P.A.C. Swimming 1965-66, 
1967-68; Honorable Mention in All-American N.A.I.A. 
Swimming 1967-68; Varsity "B"; Swimming Team Co- 
Captain; Varsity "B" Vice President. 

JEANNIE LOUISE ROGERS: B.A. Sociology; Phi Mu; Tower 
Staff; S.B.O.G. Representative; Rush Chairman for Phi 
Mu; Freshman Orientation Committee; Panhellenic Coun- 
cil; C.L.E.W. Treasurer; Sociology Club; Departmental 
Assistant; President of Inter-Sorority Council. 

FREDERICK C. RORABAUGH: B.A. Sociology. 

DAVID E. ROSS: B.A. English; Drama Club; Woolery House 
Council. 

JEFFREY RUBIN: B.A. History; Phi Kappa Tau; Intramural 
Sports; S.B.O.G. Representative; Secretary of Phi Kappa 
Tau. 

CARL RUECKERT: B.S. Biology; Soccer Team; Track. 



JOHN TALBOTT: B.S. Chemistry; Phi Kappa Tau. 

ROSS ANDREW TENNANT, JR.: B.A. Economics. 

GUDLUG TORFADOTTIR: B.A. Education. 

CAROL AA. TORKELSON: B.A. Elementary Education; Pi Beta 
Phi; Spanish Club; I.R.C.; W.R.A.; Intramural Sports; 
Encounter. 



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ROBERT CLINTON UHL: B.S. Mathematics and B.S. Physics; 
Kappa Alpha; Freshman Council; Wrestling; Tutorial Pro- 
gram; S.B.O.G. Representative; Kappa Alpha House Mana- 
ger; Intramural Sports; Varsity "B" 

ROBERT LOUIS URBANIC: B.A. Economics; Woolery Housing 
Association; Football Manager; Baseball Manager; Varsity 
"B"; Intramurals; Varsity Football; Dorm Council; Eco- 
nomics Club. 



ANDREW E. VETTEL: B.S. Physics; Phi Alpha; Gamma Sigma 
Kappa; Senior Fellow; President of Honors Dorm College 
Council; S.B.O.G. Representative; I.F.C.; President of Phi 
Alpha; Student Court; Schedule Committee; Secretary of 
I.F.C.; Departmental Assistant; President of Math-Physics 
Club; Kalon President; Chief Justice on Student Court; 
Senior Proctor. 

RICHARD M. VINCENT: B.S. Biology; Beta Theta Pi; Beta Beta 
Beta; Wrestling; Ski Club; Intramural Sports; I.F.C. 

RICHARD P. VITTE: B.A. Economics; Alpha Sigma Phi; Eco- 
nomics Club; Intramural Sports; S.B.O.G. Treasurer and 
Accountant. 



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JEFFREY A. WAGNER: B.S. Biology; Intramurals. 

RICHARD WAITE, JR.: B.S. Psychology; Delta Tau Delta; 
Varsity Baseball; Band; Spanish Club; I.R.C.; Psychology 
Club. 

C. DAVID WALKER: B.S. Mathematics; Delta Tau Delta; 

Gamma Sigma Kappa; Departmental Assistant; French 

Club; S.B.O.G. Representative; Social Committee Treas- 
urer. 

BARBARA L. WALL: B.A. Elementary Education; Alpha Xi 
Delta; Panhellenic Council. 

WILLIAM H. WEIR: B.A. Physical Education; Phi Kappa Tau; 
Varsity Football; Varsity "B"; Phi Kappa Tau Vice Presi- 
dent, Social Chairman. 

HOWARD M. WEISBAND: B.A. Religion; Alpha Sigma Phi; 
Who's Who; Jewish Fellowship; Alpha Sigma Phi House 
Manager; Jewish Fellowship President; I.R.C.; Tomahawk 
Editor; College Council; I.F.C; Alpha Sigma Phi President. 

JEANNIE WELLS: B.A. Sociology; Phi Mu; House Council- 
Encounter; S.B.O.G. Representative; Phi Mu Marshall. 

GLENN R. WENZEL: B.A. History; Kappa Alpha; Varsity Foot- 
ball; Wrestling; Drama Club. 

DONALD WERNER: B.S. Psychology; Varsity Swimming 
Team; Psychology Club Chairman; Psychology Club Vice- 
President. 

LARRY T. WEST: B.A. Sociology; Koinonia; Tour Guide. 

JOHN L. WIEHN: B.A. History-Political Science; Alpha Sigma 
Phi; Intramural Sports; Alpha Sigma Phi Vice President; 
Track; Psychology Club; Registration Committee; Social 
Committee; Alpha Sigma Phi Social Chairman, Pledge 
Chairman, Sergeant-at-Arms. 

DAWN CHERYL WILKINS: B.A. Education; Pi Beta Phi. 

THOMAS J. WOJICK: B.A. Sociology; Sigma Nu; Varsity 
Football; Sigma Nu Historian. 

MARTEN WOODHOUSE: B.S. Chemistry; Delta Tau Delta; 
German Club; I.R.C.; Chemistry Club; Intramural Sports. 



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GARY MICHAEL VESELICA: B.S. Chemistry; Delta Tau Delta; 
Chemistry Club; German Club: Social Committee. 



BONNIE YOUNG: B.S. Biology; Phi Mu; Beta Beta Beta; 
Cheerleader Captain for Three Years; Sophomore Coun- 
selor; A.W.S.; Phi Mu Pledge Director; Phi Mu Chaplain. 



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