mm SUSQUEHANNA LANTH J ^ •"- h, •* ^** UltAlY yi^* r €I.t1.-t T>i ™ BEL «^ (L' t. . ■-S"--/| v. '.i.',- """ sS* ^^ ^V ?*i j^W A- ft WW***! .. .„ ,*$£&:. «f*«»»,, . ftta I * *tt && *Wt^ w '}A|^f\ . Ills' I 2L %«^ &*■■•*' ..;< » » i>( ' ": .' ' The LANTHORN for the Class of 1962 SUSQUEHANNA UNIVERSITY Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania CAROL GRESH Editor BARRY KAUFFMAN Photo Manager Alma Mater, guide thou our footsteps Down the long pathway of numberless years. So shall we always revere thy dear memory. Hail, Susquehanna, Reign midst thy peers! 1962 Dedication Dr. George M. Rorison Professor of Mathematics to Dr. George M. Robison we dedicate the Lanthorn . . . because of his genius in the field of mathematics; his dedication to the teaching profession; his influence upon the many who have known him as true master and friend. ... in Mathematics there are many refined discoveries eminently suited to gratify the inquisitive, as well as further all the arts and lessen the labour of man . . . — Descartes In Memoriam Dr. Arthur H. Wilson Professor of English . Gladly would he learn and gladly teach The memory of his gentle manner and keen mind shall forever linger with us. His inspiration will continue to live in those whose lives he touched. Fondly we remember him as scholar and friend. Dr. G. Morris Smith President Emeritus of the University 'Quality before Quantity' Faithfully he toiled in the vineyard of learning; The University which he served so well continues to bear fruit of his efforts. Grate- fully we pay tribute for his diligence and noble character. Table of Contents Page INTRODUCTION Dedication 4 In Memoriam 6 THE UNIVERSITY Features 9 University Personnel 13 CAMPUS LIFE Activities 27 Athletics 39 Organizations 55 Musical Groups 73 Publications 79 The Greeks 85 Classes 105 Seniors 123 '*V-> . ffc -fc^ THE UNIVERSITY We Are Seekers . . . of the Truth Truth beckons us to find a way to cross her borders, though she be confined; to plunge into her depths, yet unafraid; To stir up and away all dregs that would her lucid face becloud. But We Must Choose . . . and We CAN Choose For we are blest of God with power of mind, though it be oft untried; with will of heart, its strength we must not hide; with trust of soul that though we would be free, this freedom may be bound in love to God. So ever 10 Onward . . . to the Noble Fray We go not unopposed for in life looms a foe, who thrusts a sword; for in us lurks a doubt, and fear does chide; for all this yet, we ever onward tread: we'll not be turned aside. 11 Board of Directors OFFICERS President of the Board Dr. John F. Harkins First Vice President John C. Horn Second Vice President ...... Claude G. Aikens Secretary Alvin W. Carpenter, Esq. Treasurer ......... Charles A. Nicely Assistant Secretary and Treasurer ■ - - Dr. Bernard W. Krapf Endowment Fund Treasurer ..... Norman E. Walz University Solicitors Carpenter and Carpenter BOARD MEMBERS Mr. Claude G. Aikens Dr. Roger M. Blough Dr. F. William Brandt Mr. William R. Burchfield Alvin W. Carpenter, Esq. Mr. Penn G. Dively Dr. Lawrence C. Fisher The Rev. Dr. Walter B. Freed Mr. Ward R. Gilbert Dr. George L. Haller Dr. John F. Harkins Mr. John C. Horn The Rev. Dr. Richard B. Martin John R. Miller, Esq. Mr. Charles A. Nicely Mr. Joseph L. Ray Mr. Scott C. Rea Dr. William M. Rearick, emeritus Mr. Robert U. Redpath. Jr. The Rev. Dr. Luke H. Rhoads Mr. Erle I. Shobert, II Mr. Preston H. Smith Mr. Clyde R. Spitzner Mr. W. Alfred Streamer The Rev. Dr. Viggo Swensen Mr. Orlando W. Houts The Rev. Mr. John W. Kammerer Mr. W. Boyd Tobias The Rev. Mr. Lester J. Karschner Mr. David Van Pelt The Rev. Mr. Robert W. Koons Mr. Norman E. Walz Mr. J. Edward Lenker Dr. Gustave W. Weber The Rev. Mr. Paul Lucas Mr. Ralph W. Woodruff 14 Our President Gustave W. Weber, Th.D., D.D. To the Members of the Senior Class: A college education is one of the greatest possessions anyone can have. Only one out of fourteen people over twenty years of age in this country has a college degree. With graduation from Susque- hanna you become members of a very select group. You are receiving your degrees when significant world history is in the making. This is not only one of the most challenging and dangerous times for free peoples but also one of the most in- teresting and exciting times known to mankind. You live in a period when rapid advancements of knowledge are altering nearly every aspect of our way of life. Tomorrow's world will be vastly different from that we know today. This is truly the age of progress, characterized by miraculous inventions. It is also a period which is characterized by a conflict of ideas between those who advocate freedom and human dignity, and those who advocate domination of ideas and control of the lives of others. Because of your education you are well equipped to accept the challenges of our times and to do your part in strengthening America as a symbol of freedom for men everywhere and as a leader among nations of the world. In the continuing search for truth, then, I would summon you to the challenge of the whole self. For the fabric of life is woven in the living of it, and what you will at- tain of wisdom will ultimately be distilled out of your total experience, out of your behavior as well as your knowing, and out of your most persistent yearnings. We shall watch you fondly as you leave these pleasant ways and move into the arenas of struggle, knowing you are girded for battle with the whole armor of truth. Gustave W. Weber, President IS University Deans WlLHELM REUNING, Ph.D. Dean of the University Professor of History Albert A. Zimmer, Ed.D. Dean of Students Professor of Education Catherine E. Steltz, Ed.D. Dean of Women 16 A dm in istra tion Bernard W. Krapf, D.D. Assistant to the President Dan MacCuish, B.S. Director of Admissions ^t^ ***' Charles H. Kuhn, Jr., B.S. Business Manager George B. F. Tamke. M.A. Director of Public Relations Instructor in Art Donald E. Wissinger. M.Ed. Director of Alumni Relations il u Alfred J. Krahmer. M.A., M.L.S. Librarian James W. Garrett. M.A. Director of Athletics Peter W. Elkington. M.Ed. Registrar Instructor in History Administration Hugh L. Seeyle, B.S. Bursar Jeffrey J. Safford. M.S. Assistant Director of Public Relations Instructor in English Thomas S. Dodge. B.C.S. Assistant Business Manager 18 Emily Rahter, M.S. Periodicals Librarian Rosiine L. Krahmer, M.S. Library Cataloger Joyce Gilbert, B.A. Assistant Registrar Pauline Lauver Manager of Food Services Bernice Shuker Manager of Campus Book Store Donna Lea Gray, R.N. Wanda Stroup, R.N. University Nurses 19 R— ^'""* < Si i Faculty Frances D. Alterman, M.A. Assistant Professor of Music Dorothy Apalian, B.A. Instructor in English Harrison H. Arnold, Ph.D. Visiting Professor of Romance Languages Thomas F. Armstrong. Jr.. Ed.D. Professor of Business Jane F. Barlow, Ph.D. Associate Professor o-f Classical Languages Robert M. Bastress, M.A. Assistant Professor of Education Frederic Billman. M.S. Associate Professor of Music Philip C. Bossart. M.S. Francis W. Brown, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Psychology Associate Professor of Chemistry M. Kay Cochran, B.S. Instructor in Physical Education and Health Jared R. Curtis, M.A. Instructor in English Galen H. Deibler, M.Mus. Instructor in Music Howard E. DeMott. M.S. Associate Professor of Science Kenneth O. Fladmark. M.Litt. Robert S. Fulghum, M.S. Assistant Professor of Instructor in Biology Business Administration George R. Futhey, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Economics Dragomir Gajic. Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Modern Languages Alice H. Giauque, M.A. Associate Professor of Music Russell W. Gilbert. Ph.D. Professor of German Fred A. Grosse. M.S. Assistant Professor of Physics Faculty Nancy B. Hatz. M.A. Assistant Professor of Music Russell C. Hatz. M.A. Associate Professor of Music James A. Herb, M.S. Instructor in Mathematics David R. Hindman, M.S. Instructor in Mathematics John J. Houtz, M.S., Sc.D. Professor of Chemistry Lamar D. Inners, M.Ed. Associate Professor of Accounting Lucia S. Kecler. M.A. Assistant Professor of Modern Languages Benjamin Lotz. M.A., D.D. Charles E. Lyle. Ph.D. Associate Professor of Religion Associate Professor of Psychology and Philosophy John P. Magnus, M.A. Assistant Professor of Music Faculty Kenneth F. Mailloux. Ph.D. Associate Professor of History Marjorie McCune, M.A. Instructor in English Betsy J. McDowell. B.A. Assistant Professor of Physical Education and Health Florence W. McKenty. M.A. Instructor in Business Education Bruce L. Nary. Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Speech and Drama Norman W. Ofslacer, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Sociology Mary K. Potteiger. B.Mus. Assistant Professor of Music Mary Sue Power. Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Political Science Bruce D. Presser. Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Biology Charles A. Bahter. Ph.D. Associate Professor of English / Faculty Leone R. Re, M.A. Instructor in Modern Language Beulah Reimherr. M.A. Instructor in English Otto Reimherr. Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Religion George M. Robison. Ph.D. William T. Rule. M.B.A., C.P.A. William A. Russ, Jr.. Ph.D. Professor of Mathematics Assistant Professor of Accounting Professor of History I $\ Daniel A. Sekanovich, B.S. John E. Slater. Ph.D. Instructor in Physical Education Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Health and Religion Football Linebacker Coach James B. Steffy, M.Ed. I nstructor in Music FOBUWSU Frederick C. Stevens, M.A. Robert Windish. B.S. Associate Professor of Sociology Instructor in Physical Education and Health Track and Football End Coach Part Time Faculty Richard C. Cox Lecturer in Business Administration Thomas R. Deans, R.A. Lecturer in English Irvin Graybill, Jr.. LL.B. Lecturer in Business Administration Hilda Karniol Instructor in Art Warren J. Pirie. M.S. Lecturer in Psychology Ann Potteiger, B.F.A. Lecturer in Art Dexter Weikel. M.A. Instructor in Organ Other Personnel ft ' m k 1 ^ ^NiKj^g Secretaries: First Rote—Mrs. Linda Longenberger, Mrs. Diane Fisher. Second Row — Mrs. Mary Kerstetter, Miss Betty Benner, Mrs. Joan Hoffman, Miss Linda Leitzel. Assistants in the Library — Mrs. Lois Calt, Mrs. Gladys Smith. Secretaries — Mrs. Dorothy Longacre, Miss Mar- garet Zimmerman, Mrs. Audrey Kerstetter. Housemother* — Mrs. Agnes Craybill, Mrs. Grace Miller. Receptionist — Miss Nancy Davis. Mail Manager — Mrs. Edith Dorman. CAMPUS LIFE Freshmen Orientation Jane Kump, Tom Hanshaw, Judy Brndjar, Dr. Zimmer Co-Chairmen — Tom Hanshaw, Judy Brndjar Assistant Co-Chairmen — Lynn Lerew, Jane Kump The largest Freshmen Class ever to enter Susquehanna Uni- versity was welcomed to campus by the members of the 1961 Student Orientation Committee on September 10. Under the capable direction of Seniors Judy Brndjar and Tom Hanshaw, the week's activities — from the opening meeting on Monday to the picnic at Shikellamy the following Sunday — were very successful. Three hundred ten Freshmen were introduced to their new home and were given a taste of the full and active life of Sus- quehanna. The 1961 Orientation Committee did a highly com- mendable job of orienting the new students. Congratulations for a job well done! Committee members lend a hand. Dr. Weber reassures a questioning father. Frosh Stunt Night Don't we look cute? Sob, Sob, Sob! Shelley Berman the second ! Providing an evening full of laughs, this year's Stunt Night proved to be one of the best ever staged at S. U. With the Stunt Night performance, the Freshman Class firmly established themselves on campus. Led by the very versatile Dave Koch and Ray Masullo, the Frosh showed the upperclassmen that they definitely have some talent to offer Susquehanna. The well- rounded program included both group and solo acts alternating with the comic routines of Dave and Ray. Pantomiming, sing- ing, dancing and dramatic readings plus the hilarious antics and sparkling ad-libbing of the M.C.'s provided an evening of en- joyable entertainment for weary upperclassmen. Congratula- tions Frosh for a fine debut! Homecoming A new queen is crowned. Homecoming 1961 brought the "Far Look" to our campus. The celebration was officially launched with the coronation of lovely Home- coming Queen Judy Behrens who reigned over the weekend whirl. Kind- ling the spirits of everyone, the traditional bonfire and prefootball march set the stage for the exciting gridiron tilt of the following afternoon. Shak- ers shaking and brass blaring characterized the spirit of Saturday's spec- tators while the driving Crusaders racked up another victory over the West- ern Maryland eleven. Not to be forgotten are the beautiful floats display- ing hours of careful planning and work. The weekend drew to a quiet close as students and alumni danced among the clouds of a "Celestial Paradise." Another Homecoming to add to memories. Is it a ritual? — Oh, no! It's the pre-game pep rally! Peppy, pert and pretty they cheer us on. HOMECOMING agpwBMi i It would look lovely on our campus Queen Judy surrenders the pigskin. DRIVt '£H HR We sure did! 1*1 5f Wi am*" A D Pi's winner. 30 New stands for S. U. rooters. Lambda O.hi's winner. An unforgettable moment! S. U. Lovelies on parade! It was worth every penny of it! HOMECOMING Float winners receive their trophies from the alumni president. Allah! Allah! Allah! Undefeated Crusaders of the past cheer on undefeated '61-ei Step lively! Tribute to a great coach. Dormitory Dedication Dr. Weber conducted dedication ceremonies. btt I The two new dormitories housing a total of 300 students were first occupied last September. Artist Series 7 Susqueharmians were offered excellent cultural oppor- tunities this year through an outstanding Artist Series. Rich- ard Dyer-Bennett, a prominent folk and ballad singer, enter- tained a capacity audience with his tenor voice, guitar and a set of melodies that ranged from a victory song used by English soldiers following the battle of Agincourt to the ballads of World War II. Ogden Nash, America's foremost and probably best- known writer of light verse, was also a big hit with his program of witty verses and comments. In January, courageous labor columnist, Victor Riesel, permanently blinded by an acid attack while investigating the labor underworld, visited campus. His dynamic and informative lecture shed light on one of America's most pressing problems. Jennie Tourel, world famous mezzo-soprano, appeared in March to thrill an audience with lovely strains of music. And winding up this most enjoyable and interesting series was the appearance in April of the Juilliard String Quartet. OGDEN NASH ," ^ JENNIE TOUREL 34 JUILLIARD STRING QUARTET VICTOR RIESEL RICHARD DYER-BENNETT 35 Recitals MR. GALEN DEIBLEB The recital season of the 1961-62 series was launched with an unusually fine program of music for the piano given by Mr. Galen Deibler. The large audience in attendance wel- comed his fine facility and musical expression in a program which ran the gamut of literature from Beethoven to Brahms and from the evanescant Impressionistic techniques of Debussy to the dissonant trends of Bartok. On November 16. the Music Department presented its first student recital. A bit irregular, the recital featured eleven students performing in various mediums and doing a vast cross- section of musical literature. Those participating were Lloyd Wolf, organist: Nancvlee Dunster. soprano soloist: Lois Binnie, pianist: Bonita Schaffer. soprano soloist; and a string ensemble consisting of Sandra Swab. Emily Partridge. Thomas Donlan. Dr. Virginia Payne. Jean Price. Carol Mover, and Shirley Foehl. On December 17. Mr. John Magnus presented a Faculty Recital for those who were not able to attend his concert at Town Hall in New York City during the holiday season. Mr. Magnus, an outstanding bass-baritone soloist, showed great dexterity and excellent musicianship in a varied program which featured both the French and the German Art Songs. Later scheduled recitals and programs in the season included an opera workshop, a student organ recital, a duo-piano recital by Mr. Deibler and Mr. Billman. and student recitals by Nancvlee Dunster. Robert Summer, and Robert Dreisbaugh. MR. JOHN MAGNUS 36 Best Dressed Co -Ed Sponsored by "T/ie Crusader" midc;e roth Vivacious Midge Roth was selected by the student body as S. U.'s best dressed co-ed. She is representing Susquehanna in the Glamour Magazine search for the ten best dressed college girls in America. This contest was sponsored on our campus by The Crusader. 37 Campus Candids Lutheran youth cheer on the Crusaders. Susquehanna remembers the Civil War. Freshman hazing at its height. ; ifjjj* Expansion of the gymnasium begins. Mail time! ATHLETICS FOOTBALL 1961 pi Don Green, sophomore quarterback receives "Outstanding Offensive Award" after sparking his team to a 7-0 victory in Lycoming tilt. Crusader captain, "Butch" DiFran- cesco, accepts the A. A. Stagg Bronzed Hat Trophy emblematic of victory in the Kiwanis Charities game. »■* $ *HJ £*•-* WHAT A RECORD! S. U. 7 Lycoming S. U. 28 Ursinus 6 S. U. _ . 34 Swarthmore 12 S. U. _ 28 Wagner _ 24 S. U. _ 34 Western Maryland _ 8 S. U. _ _ 30 Delaware Valley . S. U. _ 7 Oberlin . 7 S.U. 35 Hobart 6 S. U. 21 Wilkes 8 '61 FOOTBALL Site *>£ l§ Firsf Roic — Barry Plill, Mike Voiles, John Vignone, Bill Calbrnith, Jerry Egger, Vaughn Wolf, Diek Hirseh, Dick Clark, Boger Forgerson, Bob Losiewicz, Bichie Ashburn, Walter Henss, Greyson Lewis. Second Row — Line Coaeh Bobert A. Piltello, Larry Ker- stetter, John Bowlands, Terry Kissinger, Ken Ilauser, Joe Perfilio, Dirk Bohland, Ben DiFrancesco, George Campbell, Don Green, Mike Bupprecht, John Lusrko, Jim Gibney, Larry Erdman, Head Coach James W. Garrett. Third Row — Linebacker Coach Dan A. Sekanovich, Chips Fouquet, Mike Zelinsky, Ken Mutzel, Sam Metzger, Dick Garrett, John Garrett, Tom Samuel, Bill Metz, Bo- land Marionni, Neal Markle, Bichie Caruso, Bick Bolig, Emil Cuccio, Chuck Gamble, End Coach Bobert L. Windish. Fourth Rote — Manager Jay Snyder, Len Guarna, Steve Fleming, Jim Hutchinson, Denton Borry, Dan Bevilacqua, Ed Pokernicky, Dick Howe, Bill Billotte, Bub Cueman, John Topper, Ed Strieker, Fred Ungluab, Bay Masullo. Senior Gridders — Benedict DiFrancesco, Bichard Bohland, Kenneth Hauser. 42 ROUNDUP Susquehanna's Crusaders, coached by Jim Garrett and captained by Ben "Butch" DiFrancesco, by compiling an 8-0-1 record, proved to fan and foe alike why they were named "the greatest team" in the history of the University. Facing a bigger and better schedule, the Orange and Maroon topped the record of the previous year when they had compiled a record of seven wins and one loss. The Garrettmen found themselves, at season's end, ranked number seven in the balloting for the Lambert Cup. which is emblematic of small college supremacy in the East. Susquehanna was also in the run- ning for a bid to the post-season Tangerine Bowl before a strong Oberlin team held the Crusaders to a 7-7 tie on the rain-soaked University gridiron. The Crusaders opened the season with the annual Kiwanis Charities' Game before 5.000 people in Sunbury and met a surprisingly strong Ly- coming eleven. It was not until the final three minutes of the game that Larry Kerstetter scored, and Tom Samuel booted the P.A.T. to give the Crusaders win number one, 7-0. The Bears of Ursinus were the next to suffer as halfback Terry Kiss- inger scored two touchdowns and the defensive forward wall led by Di- Francesco, Perfilio and John Rowlands stopped the Ursinus attack to give S. U. a 28-6 victory. Before a Parents Day crowd, halfback John Luscko romped for three T.D.'s as the Orange and Maroon swamped Swarthmore 34-12. The following Saturday, S. U. journeyed to Staten Island, N. Y., where they outplayed a highly-praised Wagner squad to pick up win number four on the strength of end Mike Rupprecht's two six-pointers. Western Maryland was next to feel the steamrolling attack of Sus- quehanna as the Crusaders scored at will and the defense sparked by Markle, Rohland and Campbell produced a 34-8 Homecoming victory. The story was the same against Delaware Valley as sophomore sen- sation Don Green led the Garrettmen to a 30-0 shutout. Oberlin College, led by fullback Alan Spiegelberg, halted the Crusader streak when a last minute field goal fell short after a Green to Hauser aerial produced the lone S. U. score. Larry Kerstetter got the Garrettmen back to their winning ways by scoring three touchdowns as Susquehanna humiliated Hobart College. Butch DiFrancesco and company ended "the greatest season" when they upended Wilkes 21-8 under the lights in Selinsgrove. First Row — John Duda. Bob Richards, Bill Bailey, Captain Pete Beiger, George Phillips, George Kirschner, Tom Peisehl. Second Roiv — Manager Pross Mellon, Head Coach Bill lleim, Frank Yaggi, Fred Stauffer, Diek Beidermann, Bob Silar, Pete Freimanis, Len Purcell, Larry Shaffer, John Kaufman, Manager Bob Aerni. Soccer RECORD Wilkes 1 Lycoming _ 4 Farleigh-Dickinson _ 5 Lock Haven 4 Hofstra 5 Elizabethtown . . 12 Millersville . 2 Gettysburg _ 7 S. U. . Millersville 7 s.u. _ S. U. - s. u. _ _ 3 s.u. _ 2 s.u. 2 s.u. ^ _ 2 s.u. . _ 3 s.u. o Susquehanna's soccer team, with Coach William Heim at the helm, finished the 1961 campaign with the hapless record of only one win and eight defeats, the lone winner coming against Millers- ville State College by a 3-2 score. Soccer, which had been dropped from the S. U. sports scene in 1940. was revived again as an intercollegiate sport in 1960. Faced with a tough schedule in 1961. the Crusader booters while picking up onlv one victory, gained something which is sure to help in the coming campaigns — experience. The only player graduating from this year's squad is Len Purcell: so Coach Heim will be counting on the experience gained this year to make soc- cer a winning sport at Susquehanna. The booters were led in 1961 by Peter Beiger who kicked home nine goals and goalie Frank Yaggi: both these boys received nom- inations at seasons end for Little All-American honors. 44 i~ *- First Row — John Frederick, Bill Pearson, Paul Filipek. Second Hoiv — Douf Allen, Ron Oehlert, Jim Updegrove, Chet Marzolf. Cross Country RECORD S. U. 35 Millersville 22 S. U. - 37 Gettysburg . . 20 S. U. - 27 Washington . 28 S. U. _ 77 Juniata _ 15 S.U. . 42 Delaware . 15 S.U. 23 Washington . . 34 S. U. 33 Dickinson _ 22 S.U. _ 50 Millersville . 15 A new sport — cross country — was incorporated in the athletic program at Susquehanna in 1961. In the first year of competition, the Crusader harriers, coached by David Hindman, gave a good showing of themselves by ending the season with a record of two wins and six losses. Both Orange and Maroon victories came over Washington Col- lege and both occurred in dual meets. Like all other sports at S. U., cross country will have a host of returnees come next year. Only one loss will be felt, that of senior captain Jim Lpdegrove. It is felt that with the growing interest being taken in cross country, the sport will continue to grow until one day it will play a very important role in the Susquehanna sports program. 45 First Row — Ann Spriggle, Ruth Gebhard, Vicki Lawler, Barbara Stockalis, Leila Bruno, Priscilla Limbert. Second Rotv — Miss Kay Cochran, Mary James, Toby Brodisch, Ann Latimer, Doris Blackwell, Diana Hull'. Marge Brandt, Sandy Biggs, Karen Seifrig, Janet Fritsch, Anne Ostheim. Women 9 s Hockey At the close of the 1961-1962 girls' hockey season, the score book tallied no victories, four defeats, and one tie for the Susque- hanna girls. This record, though not especially impressive, can be considered an improvement over the scores of S. U. last year. The Crusader girls scored goals in four out of five games this year whereas last year in their first year of hockey, they were unsuccessful in scoring any goals. Lack of experience was the deciding factor between loss and victory for the Crusaderettes. Although they were defeated by actual goals scored, their spirits were only slightly dampened. Throughout the whole season, these eighteen girls displayed good sportsman- ship and love for hockey. Led by Captain Toby Brodisch and coached by Miss Kay Coch- ran, the team gained a lot of experience which will aid them in future years. S.U. s.u. S.U. s.u. s.u. SCORES Lock Haven 10 1 Elizabethtown 1 2 Dickinson 3 1 Millersville 3 1 Penn State 4 Coach Kay Cochran, Toby Brodisch, Anne Ostheim. 46 First Row — Ann Spriggle, Priscilla Limbert, Mary James, Lee Bruno, Dee Bro9sman. Second Rote — Marian Houser, Toby Brodisch, Joan Lawley, Doris Blackwell, Cindy Caswell, Candy Fink, Ann Latimer, Ann Oslheim. Women 9 s Basketball Coached by Miss Betsy McDowell and captained by senior Joan Lawley, the Crusaderettes made a commendable showing this year on the hardwoods. Team spirit was high and the girls displayed excellent ball handling throughout the season. The greater turnout for team membership this year testified to the growing interest in women's athletics on our campus. In addition to the regularly scheduled games, the lassies got a chance to show their talents on the home courts with the Sports Day programs here at Susquehanna. SCORES S. U. 43 Misercordia 54 S. U. 37 Shippensburg 43 s.u. 38 Wilkes 37 Coach McDowell congratulates newly elected captain Joan Lawley. 47 First Rote — Joe Billig, Tom McCarrick, Jim Gallagher, Bill Moore, Clark Schenek, Clark Mosier, Glenn Hosteller. Second Rote — Barry Kauffman, Bill Lips, Don Fisher, Pete Kuntz, Dave Schumacher, Budy Van der Heil. Varsity Basketball Coach Barr diagrams play. Hoopster Mosier sinks again. * i; 48 Hnng on Dill! Subs eagerly look on. Managers Van der Hiel, Kauffman and Hostetter on the job. BASKETBALL Susquehanna's basketball team, with Coach John Barr at the helm and junior guard Clark Mosier setting a torrid scoring pace, has compiled a highly commendable record. The Crusaders opened the 1961-62 campaign in Phila- delphia when they went down to defeat at the hands of a strong Temple University five 75-60. Following their initial defeat, the S. U. dribblers bounced back to defeat Western Maryland and Rider before they were defeated by Gettysburg College 70-60. The Crusader cagers then put together a five-game win- ning streak as they bowled over Ursinus, Lebanon Valley, Harpur, Wilkes, and Wagner. The Lions of Albright Col- lege, however, put an end to Susquehanna's winning streak in the Albright Fieldhouse when they upended the Barrmen. Susquehanna got back on the winning track as they dumped Lycoming, Hartwick, and Juniata in three away games. The Barr-coached five returned to the Selinsgrove ball hall on February 5 and broke the all-time Susquehanna scoring record by trouncing Dickinson College 126-75. Scranton University stunned the Crusaders by upsetting them 95-90, and then S. U. lost to MAC leader Albright, 63-51 before the largest home crowd of the season. 49 S. U. on the defensive. '61 SCORES S. U. PP . Temple 60 75 Western Maryland _ _ 73 55 Rider 66 52 Gettysburg 60 70 Ursinus 95 62 Lebanon Valley _ 67 62 Harpur 55 51 Wilkes . 82 39 Wagner 81 71 Albright 50 60 Lycoming 52 33 Hartwick 81 63 Juniata 86 35 Dickinson 126 75 Scranton 90 95 Albright _ 51 63 Hofstra . 70 60 Franklin & Marshall 80 46 Upsala _ 74 69 Elizabethtown _ 102 75 50 What's the matter, Tom? Lose those contacts again? Gallagher hits with a jump. First Row — Jesse Yoder, Tom Buell, Dave Koch, Chuck Eberly. Second Rout — Bill Pierce, Bob Luth, Bruce Murray, John Vignone, Peter Freimanis, Dick Streamer, Al Krichiv. Junior Varsity Basketball Playing a short season, the junior varsity basketball squad of Susquehanna, coached by Dan Sekanovich, finished the 1961-62 season with a one won, six lost, record. The baby Crusaders, sparked by high-scoring freshman John Vignone dropped their first five games of the campaign, and then defeated Lycoming College's jayvees 83-80. The season ended with an 82-69 loss at the hands of the Hartwick junior varsity. SCORES S. U. Opp. Shippensburg S. C. J. V. _ - 48 73 Shippensburg S. C. J. V. 76 88 Stevens Trade Institute 71 86 Stevens Trade Institute 62 85 Albright J. V. . - 54 85 Lycoming J. V. 83 80 Hartwick J. V. ____ 69 82 51 \u Lambda Chi champs. Lambda Chi took top football honors with Theta Chi placing a close second. Men 's Intramurals Almost! Coates goes for two. 52 S3 D — iiW nil II u ■IIP Volleyball champs. Ballet or Basketball? Women 9 s Intramurals ros^HBUHB - MK^K ■? ^w ^n§ nip H ORGANIZATIONS First Row — Walt Fox, Jane Beers, Judy Brndjar, John Baab, Judy Arnold. Second Row — Peggy Thoman, John Pignatore, Judy Behrens, Paul Tressler, Jane Kump, Joyce Lundy, Bay Cragle, Jim Black, Phil Clark. Student Council As the student governing body of Susquehanna, the Student Council worked very hard during the school year. In striving to fulfill its aim of providing a representative and responsible student government, the Council succeeded in a host of worthwhile activities. Maintaining discipline in the lounge and snack bar areas was handled exceptionally well by the group while their bringing of Maynard Ferguson to the campus marked one of the high points of the year. Not to be forgotten are the group's committee supervision over fresh- man hazing and their presentations at Spring Awards Assembly. OFFICERS President ......... Walt Fox Men's Vice-President Women's Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Bill Molin Judy Brndjar Jane Beers Judy Arnold John Raab First Row — Judy Brndjar, Judy Arnold, Jane Beers. Second Row — Bill Molin, Wall Fox, John Baab. 55 MEIS'S JUDICIARY BOARD: First Row — Bill Molin, Al Kiel, Ron Hardnock, Dennis Woodruff, Harvey Horowitz. Second Row — Jim Parks, Bob Reed, Curt Barry, Dr. Zimnier, Bill Andel, Chuck Leathery. Judiciary Boards ■ 1 r i^V ^m ***■ ^r^^^^Bfl^l ih ^m ii ■■- 1 .JL > .. jpi - j ^'^ ^^tf| IFOMEiV'S JUDICIARY BOARD: First Row — Susie Myers, Judy Brndjar, Penny Stamps, Ann Schaefer. Second Row — Mary Brown, Jane Kunip, Blairanne Hoover. 56 JOUST JUDICIARY BOARD: Judy Brndjar, Bill Molin, Al Kiel. Curt Barry, Dottie Anderson, Jim Parks, Joan Lare, Jane Kump, Gail Hart, Walter Woernle, Carolyn Moyer. Student Christian Association Claiming more membership than any other organization on campus, the Student Christian Association undertakes many worthwhile projects. This ecumenical group sponsors a Korean orphan, the annual Christmas carol sing, the Fast- nacht social, the annual Religious Emphasis program, and Sunday vesper services. Important in the life of every university coed is her "Big Sister." The entire Big Sister program, including the banquet for the big and little sisters, is still another project of the campus S. C. A. OFFICERS President Curt Barry Mens Vice-President ..... Jim Parks Women s Vice-President ■ - - Dottie Anderson Secretary Ann Schaefer Treasurer Jane Kump Religious Life Committee Chairman - Rudy Van der Hiel Religious Emphasis Committee Chairman Walter Woernle Public Relations Committee Chairman - - Joan Lare World Community Committee Chairman Carolyn Moyer Social Life Committee Chairman - - - Gail Hart S. C. A. members in action. 57 Left to Right — Harry Strine, Stanley Stahl, Barry Lauver, John Uhler, Anthony Losiewicz, Jim Herrold, Paul Ernst, Larry Erd- man, John Stevens, Dick Rohland, John Raab, Ray Froutz, Linford Overholt, Milton Maslin, Alan Charles, Lee Smith, Denton Berry, Bill Andel, Jim Norton. Alpha Phi Omega A scouting service organization, Alpha Phi Omega is the largest fraternity in the United States. Although this local chapter is not yet nationally affiliated, the group hopes to be part of the national organization by the close of this year. Assistance to the Red Cross Bloodmobile last Decem- ber was just one of the group's many activities. The men also offered ushering services during the drama productions of the year. OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer • Dick Rohland - Jim Herrold John Raab - Ray Froutz Dick Rohland, Jim Herrold, John Raab, Ray Froutz. 58 Gay Bouchard, Phil Pemberton, Walt Fox, John Pignatore, Lynn Manning, Mary Jablonski. Alpha Psi Omega Comprised of students who have shown keen interest and participation in the theatre, the Theta Pi chapter of the na- tional dramatic fraternity Alpha Psi Omega boasts a talent- ed membership here at Susquehanna. Eligibility for mem- bership is dependent upon the accumulation of points earned through dramatic participation. As might be expected, this group is relatively small and is limited to upperclassmen. OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer ■ Walt Fox John Pignatore - Mary Jablonski Phil Pemberton Alpha Psi Omega members in action. 59 First Rote — Jim DeLong, Dr. Barlow, Sandy Eyster, Peggy Sewell, Sarah Hannum, Jean Weathered. Second Row — Woody Hippie, John Ohst, Don Cornelius, Dr. Rahter, Dave DeLong, Al Ambrose. Beta Alpha Rho Formerly known as Phi Kappa Phi, Beta Alpha Rho pro- vides excellent opportunities for those students interested in cultivation of a proper appreciation of classical languages and culture. Meetings feature topics dealing with various phases of civilization presented through discussions, films and lectures. The group enjoys various social activities; and not being unmindful of their ancestors, they hold an annual toga party each spring. OFFICERS President Secretary Treasurer Don Cornelius - Sandy Haney Peggy Sewell Dr. Barlow, Dr. Rahter, Don Cornelius, Sarah Hannum, Peggy Sewell. 60 First Row — Chuck Bowen, Anthony Padula, Ann Ferrence, Rosemary Losch. Second Rote — Linda Kent, Ann Schaefer, Hen- rietta Hoch, Blairanne Hoover, Ann Ostheim. Third Row — Dr. Houtz, Mr. Fulghum, Mr. Grosse, Linda Scharff, Nanette Keller, Toby Brodisch. Fourth Row — Mike Yohe, Harvey Horowitz, Dennis Mychak, Mike Cordas, Linda Leach, Ruth Roberts. Fifth Row — William Forti, Edward Mannello, John Uhler, Alan Krichev. Biemic Society Striving to present Susquehanna students a broader understanding of the world of science, the Biemic Society plays an important role on our campus. Activities range from engaging professional lecturers to making educational trips. One of the lecturers this past year was a local eye specialist, Dr. Wolfberg, who gave a talk on sight. Through the year speakers stimulated the students with lectures in physics, mathematics, chemistry, and biology. In February, the students made a trip to the Cancer Research Center in Philadelphia. OFFICERS President ■ Vice-President Secretary-Treasu rer Charles Bowen - Anthony Padula - Ann Ferrence Dr. Houtz, Anthony Padula, Mr. Grosse, Ann Ferrence, Chuck Bowen. 61 First Row — Mim Brown, Vicki Sue Lawler, Nancy Hess, Nancy Sturgis, Mary James, Karen Bond, Bosanne Johns, Bichard Lynder. Second Rote — Edward Strang, Mary Ann Beck, Jean Deebel, Judy Zacharias, Nellie Mae Keller, Maria Wernikowski, Nancy Horn, Dr. Armstrong, Jane Beers, Bandall Beam. Third Row — Jay Berman, John Spillman, Samuel Shirey, Tony Kilburn, Bobert Beed, Janet Fritsch, Shirley Garrison, Carl Moyer, Bobert Watson. Fourth Rotv- — Frederick Stauffer, Gene Dechert, Bruce Styer, James Black, William Pearson. Fifth Row — Carl Hitchner, George Kindon, Jerry Moll, John Graham, Jack Hellig, John Stevens, Bob McKee, Jerold Burch. Business Society Susquehanna students with business interests boast their own well-organized campus group. Lectures by prominent businessmen of the area as well as tours of local business establishments were high-lighting activities of the society this year. Encouraging good scholarship this group presents annually an achievement trophy to the top sophomore busi- ness student and sponsors an active scholarship fund. An- other outstanding event of this year was the spring auction. OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer - Carl Moyer - Bob McKee - Jane Beers Carl Hitchner Carl Moyer, Carl Hitchner, Dr. Armstrong, Bob McKee, Jane Beers. 62 Pam Yeager, Nancy Zook, Mo Curley, Bette Davis, Pat Coetz, Barb Evans, Lynne Helriegel, Pip Hughes. Cheerleaders With their short maroon skirts, white sweaters, and lots of pep, these girls cheered the teams on to victory. This year's squad consisted of Maureen Curley, Lynne Helriegel, Pip Hughes. Barb Evans, Pam Yeager. Nancy Zook, and Co-captains Pat Goetz and Bette Davis. Through sunny days, rainy days, cold night games, and pep rallies, these Susquehanna cheerleaders promoted spirit and victory to sport spec- tators and players. The Dames' Club OFFICERS President Mrs. Alice Gahan Vice-President - Mrs. Judith Kratzer Corresponding Secretary Mrs. Diane Fisher Treasurer - - Mrs. Martha Nace ^ ^ (^ ^ First Row — Mrs. Jean Crosse, Mrs. Alice Gahan, Miss Judith Kratzer, Mrs. Martha Nace. Second Row — Mrs. Geraldine Porter, Mrs. Janet Milroy, Mrs. Martha Styer, Mrs. Ruth Fausey, Mrs. Jean Bates, Mrs. Jean Clark, Mrs. Helga McCahn, Mrs. INina Hostetter. Susquehanna wives have organized themselves into an active group. During the past year these women have held monthly meetings which were highlighted by a very successful Christmas banquet. Adviser of the group is Mrs. Jean Grosse. Women 's Day Student Organization Comprised of S. U.'s women commuters, this organization has its head- quarters in the basement of Hassinger Hall. The group strives to help commuting students take an active part in campus life. First Row — Diana Graybill, Carol Gresh, Sandra Sholley, Linda Kent. Second Row — Ellie Smith, Carol Updegrove, Ethel Lawrence, Connie Leitner. OFFICERS President - Carol Gresh Vice-President Madelyn Valunas Secretary - Diana Graybill Treasurer Ethel Lawrence First Row — Eileen Pettit, Diane Stauffer, Peggy Walters, Dottie Shomper, Linda Leach, Carol Gresh. Second Row — Irene Etter, Donna Zeilman, Pat Shintay, Judy Zacharias, Peggy Sewell, Jean Weathered. Third Row — Karen Seifried, Bobbie Claffee, Judy Arnold, Jane Beers, Carole Davis, Cindy Heist, Lynn Vekassey. Fourth Row — Barbara Jordan, Linda Mack, Rosemary Losch, Anna Moyer, Carol Hirschmann, Nellie Mae Keller. Fifth Row — Jean Deebel, Pat Estep, Ann Schaefer, Mary Ann Beck, Barbara Stocka- Iis, Janet Fritsch. Sixth Row — Mr. Bastress, Joe Joyce, Paul Snyder, Shirley Garrison, Judy Brndjar, Gay Bouchard, Sandy Dunkle. Seventh Row — David Raffetto, Tony Kilburn, Larry Skinner. Student N. E. A. - P. S. E. A. Leonard Purcell, Dottie Shomper. Formerly the Future Teachers Association, this group became or- ganized in both the state and national student education associations this year. By participating in activities both on campus and in local school systems, the chapter at Susquehanna strove to enhance the training of student teachers. Regular meetings of the organization featured panel discussions and guest lecturers. OFFICERS President • Vice-President Secretary ■ Treasurer Dottie Shomper Leonard Purcell Shirley Garrison Joyce Lundy 65 First Row — Dr. George Futhey, Dottie Shomper, Mrs. Elizabeth Bagger, Norman Lauer, Dr. Norman Ofslager, Mr. Frederick Stevens. Second Row — Dr. Benjamin Lotz, Dr. William Russ, Mary Jablonski, Jim DeLong, Phil Pemberton, Ray Cragle. Third Row — Dave Cahan, Paul Tressler, Dave M. Smith. Pi Gamma Mu Through the efforts of this national honorary organization, a development of campus interest in history and world affairs is sought. The organization strives to promote intellectual curiosity through the presentation of those speakers and events which will awaken an historical interest in the students of the university. Membership in this group is obtained through election by the faculty members of the local chapter. To qualify for membership a student must show special interest in the social sciences and achieve high academic standards. OFFICERS President - Vice-President Norman Lauer Dottie Shomper Jim DeLong, Miss Gilbert, Norman Lauer. 66 Firsl Row — Dr. Benjamin Lotz, Dawn Fife, Martha Sue Detjen, Carol Cairns, Carolyn Moyer, Pat Taylor, Lois Bonsall. Second Row — Jim DeLong, Steven Seitz, Gary Owens, Jim Bramer, Bon Hendix, Alfred Ambrose. Third Row — Don Cornelius, John Ohst, John Linger, Elwood Nipple, Gary Stone, Fred Fisher, Dave DeLong, Jim Parks, Peter Kuebler. Pre-Theological Association To help prepare those college men and women interested in a vocation of full time church work, the pre-theological association at- tempts to provide instruction in those areas of thought ordinarily not included in college textbooks. The group studied subjects and problems concerning both ministry and lay work with the purpose of understanding better the task of the Christian Church. Under the advisership of the Reverend Donald Schaeffer and Dr. John Slater, topics dealing with church life, work, and customs were pre- sented at meetings of the association. OFFICERS President ■ Vice-President Secretary -Treasu rer - John Ohst Don Cornelius Caroyln Moyer John Ohst, Carolyn Moyer, Don Cornelius. 67 First Rote — Barbara Jordan. Doris Pederson, Joan Lawley, Anne Ostheim. Second Rote — Naomi Weaver, Penny Stamps, Judy Behrens, Judy Arnold, Mary James, Ann Spriggle, Grace Johnson, Mini Brown, Jeannie Weathered, Linda Mack, Peggy Tho- nian. Third Row — Jean Ewald, Candy Fink, INancy Zimmerman, Ann Neta Riesmeyer, Maria Wernikowski, Lynn Vekassy, Jane Beers, Ann Ferrence, Judy Brndjar, Barb Stockalis, Peggy Walters. Women 9 s Athletic Association Stimulating general participation and interest in women's recre- ational and athletic activities is one of the primary objectives of the W. A. A. Membership in this association is determined by the earning of points for either inter-scholastic or intramural partici- pation. In addition to taking charge of Homecoming elections and festivities, the association sponsored several "play days" with other schools and sold refreshments at football games. OFFICERS Anne Ostheim, Toby Brodisch, Joan Lawley, Barbara Jordan. President ■ Vice-President Corresponding Secretary- Recording Secretary - Treasurer Intramural Board Chairman Joan Lawley Toby Brodisch Anne Ostheim Pat Goetz Barbara Jordan Doris Pederson 68 Jean Ewald, Candy Fink, Toby Brodisch, Joan Lawley, Doris Pederson, Barbara Jordan, Anne Oslheim, Grace Johnson. Tau Kappa A national women's athletic honorary fraternity, Tau Kappa does much to encourage good sportsmanship on campus. The Beta chapter was founded here at Susquehanna in 1948. Membership in the group is limited to those students who have evidenced outstand- ing interest and participation in athletic activities and who have earned a specified number of points through this participation. OFFICERS President Toby Brodisch Vice-President Anne Ostheim Secretary Joan Lawley Treasurer Jean Ewald Anne Ostheim, Joan Lawley, Miss Cochran, Toby Brodish, Jean Ewald. 69 Susquehanna University Players Dr. Nary gives good advice to Mary Todd and Mr. Lincoln prior to the production of "Abe Lincoln in Illinois." Walt Fox starred as "Abe." Especially noteworthy concerning this performance was the elaborate costuming. 70 fEET s PI A fairly large number of characters gave many students a chance to participate. Behind the scenes. The moving desert scene marked one of the most touching scenes of the play. Seniors Walt Fox and Dick Rohland in an early Left to Right — Fred Cone, Lee Smith, Brent Swope, Walt Coldenbaum, George Mowers, Walt Cueman, Norman Whitbeck, Dave Broadt, Jim Knox, Stan Stahl, Barry Kauffman, Ron Oehlert, Rudy Van der Heil. Radio Club With their five hundred watt transmitter, donated by the United States Army, members of this newly organized group of university students are able to transmit signals around the world. From their "shack" at 580 University Ave., the "hams" will provide a vital link in the national defense system should an emergency develop. OFFICERS President Secretary Rudy Van der Heil Jim Knox 72 1/v C4» * 1 » / i 1 r ^ First Row — Nancy Mattern, Barb Downs, Sally McKalip, Peggy Simon, Donna Rothermel, Linda Roniig, Bonnie Schaeffer, Sue Duerr, Marilyn Froelieh, Pani Kay, Pam Dick, Joyce Steinberg, Phyllis Ackerman, Grace Simington. Secontl Row — Marjorie Ray- nor, Mary Lou West, Mary Margaret Craft, Sue Sload, Martha Sue Detjen, Barb Sugg, Ruth Smiley, Nancy Joyce, Phoebe Hinkel, Nancy Lee Adams, Lynda Dries, Lynn Pfister. Third Row — Cherie Ayres, Leslie Bridgens, Marian Houser, Rita Winans, Dorrance Brossman, Suzanne Trefny, Candy Fink, Audrey Ziegler, Nancy Corson, Pat Knapp, James DeLong, Pete Ermalinski. Fourth Row — Jim Parks, Lloyd Wolf, Jim Rodgers, Charles Adler, Dick Seaks, Kent Leid, Brent Hensel, Eric Reichley, Bob Summer, Paul Snyder, Paul Ernst, Larry Cooper. University Choir The sound of many voices blending in a beautiful hymn or bubbling in a rollicking pop tune could be heard drifting from Heil- man Hall on any University Choir rehearsal day. Under the able direction of Mr. John Magnus the choir has done much to enrich Susquehanna's musical life. For their many hours of arduous work and moving performances we express our full appreciation. Director John Magnus. 74 P V ^j P. 'OJ JK First Row — Jim Rodgers, Jim Sandahl, Henry Henzel, Bill Molin. Eric Reichley, Barry Lauver, Dick Seaks. Second Rote — Barry Kau 11 'man, Jim Parks, Gary Stone, Nate Ward, Bob Reed, Curt Barry, Larry Cooper, Bob Summer. Third Row — Bill Andel, George Kindon, Jim Skinner, Tom Curtis, Brent Swope, Ray DuBois, Paul Ernst. The Singing Crusaders The Singing Crusaders is an organization striving for a level of artis- tic achievement along with fellowship and fun. The group's brief history dates back to the winter of 1959, when a freshman chorus of sixty men gave a Christmas serenade for the entire campus. In the beginning of the school year, 1960-1961, a selected group of men organized themselves un- der the name, Singing Crusaders. This group sang for chapel programs, vespers, dinner entertainment, serenades, May Day, and Alumni Day. In the past year the group has stabilized itself through greater selectivity of members and more interesting undertakings. Director of the group is Bob Summer. Just for fun. I Conductor JAMES B. STEFFY Brass and Percussion PERSONNEL Mr. James B. Steffy, Conductor rumpets and Cornets Tubas Trombones Baritones William Molin Thomas Donlan Robert Dreisbaugh Kent Leid David Hackenberg Ed Rehmeyer Nathan Ward Lloyd Wolf Richard Seaks Louis O'Neil Timothy Ueberroth Larry Cooper William Andel Drum Major Lynn Lerew Harry Strine Percussion Instruments Paul Bowes Robert Shirk Gerald Mummert Color Guard Joseph Lowden John Grebe Saxophones Robert Hoffman Alan Antry Fred Muller Thomas Myers Jerry Caulfield Richard Karschner William Christian Brentwood Henzel Miguel Mercado Robert Luth James Sandahl Carl Moyer Lee Smith Allen Mark Jerold Burch Lonnie Myers James Rodgers Symphonic Band Flutes and Piccolos Naomi Weaver Sarah Hannum Adelaide Ryan Rebecca Myers Hope Webster Patricia Estep Marjorie Sweet Oboes Eleanor Klingerman Maxine Lipkin Bass Clarinet James Norton Bassoons Karen Frable Peggy Walters Alto Clarinets Thomas Myers Margaret Conrad Alto Saxophones Brentwood Henzel Mary Snyder Tenor Saxophone Lonnie Myers Baritone Saxophone James Sandahl PERSONNEL Mr. James B. Steffy. Conductor Clarinets Donna Brown Milton Kuhn Robert Suloman Patricia Cook Joseph O'Hara James Rodgers Dorothy Kunkle Mary Jane Witmer Catherine Etter Sheila McKenn Judith Bail- French Horns Earl Jacobus Sandra Troutman Carol Marburger Shirley Foehl Joseph Lowden Victoria Long Percussion Instruments John Grebe Fred Muller Gerald Mummert Jerold Burch William Christian Band Assistant Lynn Lerew Announcer Walter Fox Cornets Judith Blee William Molin David Hackenberg Richard Seaks Richard Karschner Grace Simington Louis O'Neil Harry Strine George Kirshner Trumpets Robert Shirk Alan Antry Trombones Robert Dreisbaugh Nathan Ward Larry Cooper Barry Reed William Andel Paul Bowes Baritone Horns Lynn Lerew Lloyd Wolf Kent Leid Brent Swope- Tubas Thomas Donlan Edwin Rehmeyer Timothy Ueberroth 77 Symphonic Orchestra PERSONNEL Mr. Russell Hatz, Conductor Violins Flutes Sarah Hannum Hope Webster Laura Estep Adelaide Ryan Conductor RUSSELL HATZ Sandra Swab, Concertmaster Virginia Payne Emily Partridge Thomas Donlan Jay Berman John Repko Karen Seifried Mrs. Willard Zimmerman Bonita Schaffer Margaret Simon Aline Zimmer Frederick Fisher Nathan Ward William Baily Violas Jean Price Carolyn Moyer Linda Romig 'Cellos Shirley Foehl Bette Davis Karen Frable String Basses Herman Hopple Cynthia Shade Oboe Eleanor Klingerman Bassoon Brentwood Henzel French Horns Sandra Troutman William Molin Trumpets Judith Blee David Hackenberg Trombones Robert Dreisbaugh Lawrence Cooper Tuba Lynn Lerew Tympani John Grebe 78 PUBLICATIONS -"*-- First Rote — Dottie Shomper, Joe Joyce, Dottie Anderson, Pat Goetz, Les Butler. Second Row — Ray Cragle, Mike Carr, John Raab, Phil Clark. The Crusader STAFF Co-Editor ..... Co-Editor ..... Managing Editor News Editor ..... Mens Sports Editor - Women's Sports Editor - Layout Editor .... Feature Editor .... Business Manager Associate Business Manager Copy Editors, Jane Kump, Dottie Shomper, Barb Stockalis Proofreaders - - - George Mowers, Jim Norton Circulation Manager .... x 0M Casey Faculty Adviser - - - Mr. Jeffrey Safford Staff — Ruth Almond, Judy Behrens, Betsy Bunting, Mike Carr, Bill Clark, Nancy Corson, Fred Fisher, Tom Hanshaw, Joe Hatfield, Gene Hillman, Dave Koch, Rick Meserole, Carolyn Moyer, Ruth Ann Smiley, Al Thomas Pat Goetz Les Butler Sharon Martin Dottie Anderson Joe Joyce Joan Lawley Phil Clark Ray Cragle John Raab Terry Moll Dottie Anderson, Les Butler, Pat Goetz. 80 Following its motto "to speak and write truth." the Crusader played a very important role in university life throughout the school year. Circulated every Wednesday the newspaper was eagerly awaited by faculty and students alike. Pat and Les with a hustling staff covered all campus events starting with the fall convocation, through Homecom- ing, May Day. and commencement activities. The Crusader staff proved to be one of the most influential groups on campus. Les and Mr. Safford hard al work. Staff members eheck ex- change papers for new ideas. 81 Around Table — Ann Ferrence, Candy Fink, Barry Kauffman, Carol Gresh, Joe Joyce, Bob Squires, Jeannie Weathered. Stand- ing — Dave Hackenberg, Pat Taylor, Carol Hirschmann, Jane Kump, Al Kiel, Judy Kipp, Budy Van der Heil, Barb Jordan, Glen Hostetter, Eileen Pettit, Irene Etter, Barb Slot-kalis, Neil Smith, Mr. George Tamke. The Lanthorn STAFF Editor .... Assistant Editor Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Layout Editor - Assistant Layout Editor - Feature Editor Sports Editor - - - - Assistant Sports Edit or s- Carol Gresh Joe Joyce Jim Campbell Alan Kiel Jane Kump Pat Taylor Candy Fink Bob Squires Copy Editor Barb Jordan, Dave Hackenberg - Fred Fisher Assistant Copy Editors — Irene Etter, Carol Hirschmann, Neil Smith, Eileen Pettit Photography Manager - - Barry Kauffman Assistant Photography Managers — Ann Ferrence, Jeannie Weathered Glen Hostetter First Row — Carol Gresh, Mr. George Tamke, Jane Kump. Row — Barry KaufTman, Joe Joyce, Jim Campbell. Second Photographer Head Typist Faculty Adviser Judy Kipp Mr. George Tamke 82 Carol Cresh, Mr. Tamke, Barry Kauffman. Photography Staff — Glen Hosletler, Barry Kauffman, Ann Ferrence, Jeannie Weathered. Typing Staff — Judy Kipp, Boselle Johns, Cindy Pet- erson, Mary Ann Beek, Karen Bond. Jane Kump, Mr. Tamke. Handbook Editor Adviser Jane Kump Mr. George Tamke Published annually by the Student Christian Association, the Student Handbook serves as a guide to campus affairs. The book contains information concerning the traditions, organizations and offi- cers, rules and regulations of Susquehanna. Fresh- men find this publication especially helpful during those opening weeks of school when so many ques- tions arise. JgggBU^ jf" 11 F -* -■ I i > I ■ i |/ 1 il x» * w | 1 j MH . | Freshman makes use of the Handbook. 84 . /"Tfc* First Rote — Bob Brenner, George Kindon, Ed Manello, Tom Hanshaw, Dr. Bobison, Leonard Betkoski, John Pignatore. Second Row — Allan Aungst, John Kind, Sam Williams, Dick Bohland, Doug Spotts, Budy Van der Hiel, Anthony Padula, Lynn Snyder, Joe Perfilio, Clark Mosier, Phil Pemberton, Ken Hauser. Lambda Chi Alpha began the new school year by again winning the annual trophy given for the best fraternity float in the 1961 Homecoming parade. '"Peace Through Education" was the theme of their entry. The brothers continued their dominance of the intramural pro- gram. The rugged brothers succeeded in retaining the football trophy for another year. The annual Christmas party was a whooping success and lovely Lynn Vekassy reigned as the charming Crescent Queen of Lambda Chi. Scholarship, an important factor in fraternity life, continued to show steady improvement as the brothers hit those books. By plac- ing many of its brothers on the school's varsity teams, Lambda Chi did much to enhance the athletic program here at Susquehanna. Lambda Chi Alpha OFFICERS President Tom Hanshaw Vice-President - ... EdMannello Secretary - - - George Kindon Treasurer Allan Aungst 86 First Row — Eugene Mowrer, Paul Pavlishin, George Fecker, Tom Samuel, Don Green, Fred Hauser, Dick Rowe, Bob Squires, Bill Lips, Jeff Weichel, IVorman Harris, Mike Johnston. Second Row — Ed Barabas, Glen Hostetter, Dick Howe, John Graham, Fred Muller, Joe Billig, Lawrence Kachelriess, Sam Padula, John Hedler, John Rowlands, Neal Markle, Bill Jones, Bob Sule- man, Roland Marionni, Paul Wendler, John Sherwood. Founding Date: 1909 Colors: Purple, Green and Gold Flower: White Rose Motto: "Naught without lahor" Lambda Chi's house. 87 First Roic — Harry Strine, Roy Black, Chester Marzolf, Jim Sandahl, Bill Andes, Jim Parks. Second Row — Tony Colombet, Walt Speidell, Jeff Whitney, Bud London, Jim Black, Linford Overholt. Phi Epsilon The year 1961 saw "The Roaring Twenty" emerge into Susque- hanna's fraternity life. The twenty brothers of Phi Epsilon were in- volved in much activity during the past year. Probably of most im- portance was the selection of Tau Kappa Epsilon as a national fraternity. The brothers first social event was the formal spring party in May which was deemed highly successful. The beginning of the new school year saw the opening of Phi Epsilon's first fraternity house. A well-received Homecoming float and a number of open houses and parties introduced Phi Epsilon as a worthy addition to Susquehanna's campus. OFFICERS President - - - - Jeff Whitney Vice-President Bud London Secretary Walt Speidell Treasurer . Jim Black 88 ft 1 f. Administration approves fraternity plans. A Fraternity Is Born The initial steps to the formation of a fourth social fra- ternity on Susquehanna's campus were taken late in the 1960-61 school year by a group of interested male students. A five member body, known as the Steering Committee, became the first governing council of the potential fraternity. Plans were made, pending official administrative recogni- tion, that the fraternity should be called Phi Epsilon and should affiliate as soon as possible with a national fraternity. Phi Epsilon was officially recognized by the Administra- tive Cabinet on February 27, 1961. and by the Interfra- ternity Senate on April 30, 1961. Three national fratern- ities, Sigma Chi, Phi Kappa Tau, and Tau Kappa Epsilon showed strong interest in Phi Epsilon. After much discus- sion and deliberation Phi Epsilon on May 9, 1961, chose to affiliate with the nation's largest social fraternity. Tau Kappa Epsilon. On the local level, six additional pledges were taken into the fraternity raising the total membership to twenty. Short- ly before the close of the '60-61 school year the brothers of Phi Epsilon were pleased to learn that the property of the late Charles T. Aikens had been donated to Susquehanna University, and would serve as the home of Phi Epsilon. Welcoming thirteen new pledges with 1962 rushing, the members strengthened their brotherhood. Thus the seeds of this fraternity were sown. To the brothers of Phi Epsilon, we wish continued success as their fraternity grows and develops. Name: Phi Epsilon Fraternity, affiliate of Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity Founding Date: February 27, 1961 Colors: Yellow, Blaek and Gray Flower: White Carnation Motto: "Loyalty ami fellowship through brotherhood." Home of Phi Ep. First Row — Don Dyer, Ted Maurer, Alan Kiel, Jim Gallagher, Ken Fish, Mike Voiles, Alan Bachrach, Frank Yaggi, Richard Garret, Bob Aerni, Jim Van Zandt. Second Row — Ron Schlader, Pete Beiger, Jon Hand, Larry Brenneman, Joe Joyce, Bob Gundalker, Louis O'Neil, Glenn Ritzman, Bob McKee, Jim Wilde, Bob Curtis, Mike Rupprecht, Frank Trenery, Robert Tushinski, William Pearson, Joseph O'Hara, George Phillips, Neil Smith. Most important among the activities throughout this year was the complete renovation of the exterior and interior of Phi Mu's fraternity house and the addition of a new wing on the west side of the building. Homecoming was a big day at Phi Mu Delta as ceremonies got underway in the morning with the rededication of the house by President Weber. Following the football game, the annual Homecoming banquet was held at the Blue Hill Restaurant where both alumni and active brothers gathered in congenial surroundings. During the Christmas holidays many of the brothers journeyed to New York City where they heard honorary brother John P. Magnus give a recital at Town Hall. The social year at Mu Alpha was highlighted by hayrides, jam sessions, western parties, and those ever-popular Jones Boys. The annual Phi Mu Delta-Alpha Delta Pi Easter party was held at the fraternity house for underprivileged children of the area. In intramural sports, the Orange and Black once again held their own in what proved to be strong competition. The 1960-61 basketball kingpins, donning new uniforms, set out to defend their title on the hardwood. Phi Mu Delta OFFICERS President ■ Vice-President Secretary - Treasurer Ronald Hardnock Lester Hummel James Ward Kenneth Keib 90 First Rote — Bob Smith, Chuck Bowen, Ken Keib, Bon Hardnock, Les Hummel, James Ward, Mike Yohe. Second Rote — Al Thomas, Barry Hackenberg, Bill Kahl, George Pressley, Norman Crickenberger, Leonard Purcell, Ned Coates, Fritz Fichtner, Boger Trex- ler, Wayne Minami, James Updegrove, Elliot Edwards. Founding Date: 1918 Colors : Orange, Black and White Flower: Jonquil Motto: "Leaders of Tomorrow" The recently renovated Phi Mu headquarters. 91 First Row — Ron Foye, Paul Tressler, John Raab, Jim Summers, Carl Hitchner, Mrs. Cox, Leslie Butler, Dave Smith, Jim Parker, Bill Molin, Walt Fox, Terry Moll. Second Row — Jay Berman, Phil Clark, Tom Casey, Bob Silar, Harry Ward, Carl Moyer, Fred Fisher. Jim Coolbaugh, Steve Gethier, Ken Mutzel, Lynn Lerew, Herb Yingling, Chuck Leathery, Sam Shirey, Larry Richter, Dave Hackenberg. ". . . For the Dream Girl of Theta Chi." With these words, sung by the brotherhood, the Theta Chi Dream Girl for a new year was crowned at the annual Christinas Formal. Judy Brndjar, the newly elected queen of the Big Red. plus a jolly crepe-paper snow man and plenty of mistletoe at strategic points — these completed another perfect evening and a productive year at Theta Chi. On campus, Theta Chi surprised even coach Paul Tressler with its record on the intramural gridiron. Even though a deficit of one point in the championship game furnished the Big Red with only a second place team, they did set some school intramural scor- ing and defensive records. The brotherhood partly assuaged their wounds by retrieving the scholarship cup and by preparing an at- tempt at retrieving the Interfraternity-Sorority Song Trophy. Theta Chi paid tribute to Dr. Thomas Armstrong, faithful ad- viser, by dedicating the chapter room of the house to him. "Ma" Cox dedicated herself even more warmly to her duties as housemother to the brotherhood after she was presented with an electric blanket to keep her snug and warm during the long winter nights. As the New Year dawned, the brotherhood, the advisers, and the housemother prepared for another rush week and a new class of men for the house of Theta Chi. OFFICERS President ■ First Vice-President Second Vice-President Secretary Treasurer - Les Butler Dave Smith John Raab Jim Summers Carl Hitchner Theta Chi First Row — Curt Barry, Larry Skinner, Bill Gerkins, Harvey Horowitz, Don Bowes, Bob Richards, Barry Markowitz, Jim Skinner, Bill Bailey, Dick Biederman, Ron Hendrix, John Craft. Second Row — Gerald Mummert, John Kaufman, Larry Shaffer, George Kirchner, Dave Schumacher, Grant Schneider, Ken Gordon, Bruce Sabin, Tom Curtis, Frank Lindenmuth, Bob Stackhouse, Ther- on Rover, Walt Woernle, Larry Kerstetter, Alfred Jacobs, Gene Dechert. Founding Date: 1856 Colors: Military Red and White Flower: Red Carnation Motto: "Alma Mater First, Theta Chi for Alma Mater" Theta Chi banner waves in the breeze. 93 First Rote — Sally Lockett, Joyce Sheesley, Lou Coccodrilli, Jean Ewald, Jeannie Weathered, Bette Davis, Pat Goetz. Second Rote — Peggy Thoman, Rosemary Losch, Doris Pederson, Lynn Vekassy, Penny Stamps, Joan Haefle, Toby Brodiseh, Cindy Heist, Barb Jordan, Janet Rettinger, Bonnie Hettenbach, Anne Ostheim, Sharon Martin. "Take off for Victory" were the key words for an eventful year as the sisters of Alpha Delta Pi won the Homecoming trophy for their oustanding float. A good reward for a job well done! A brighter Christmas and a happier Easter were provided for the underprivileged children in the area at the traditional AD Pi parties. It was fun for the sisters because it was so much fun for the children. Spring and winter programs at the Selinsgrove State School, serenading the various campus residences, contributing to national charitable organizations — each of these was an expression of the enjoyment which the group found in giving to others. On the lighter side, the members also sponsored many social activities during the school year. The sisters along with their dates spent enjoyable evenings at the co-ed party, lounge dances and at the picnic at Halfway Dam in the spring. Alpha Delta Pi OFFICERS President ■ Vice-President Corresponding-Secretary Recording Secretary Treasurer ■ 94 Jean Ewald Lou Coccodrilli Joyce Sheesley Bette Davis Jeannie Weathered — Joan Devlin, Joyce Steinberg, Carol Bollinger, Suzanne Trefny, Eleanor Neeee, Donna Day, Kara Cronlund, Carol Kurtz, Kathye Wasson, Judy Jantzer, Nancy Zook, Peggy Biddies. Founding Date: May 15, 1851 Colors : Light Blue and White Flower: Violet Motto: "We live for each other." ADPi's scrapbook records fond memories. 95 First Row — Ruth Roberts, Sandy Dunkle, Irene Etter, Lois Master, Joyee Lundy, Judy Kipp, Ann Schaefer, Lynn Manning. Second Roiv — Carol Hobbes, Mary Ann Reek, Sandy Eyster, Sue Houseworth, Sarah Rroseious, Carolyn Grabau, Emily Partridge, Linda Wassam, Eileen Pettit. All the excitement and joy in starting the fall semester were heightened for the sisters of Alpha Xi Delta as they returned to find their new sorority room waiting to he occupied. On Parents Day. both parents and families of AXiD sisters were guests at a tea held after the football game. Homecoming was a day of happy "welcomes" and "hello agains" as alumnae returned and also attended a tea held in their honor. As their formal philanthropic work, the sisters of Alpha Xi Delta acted as volunteer hostesses at the State School the first two Sundays of each month. In addition, all the sisters acted as guides during the school's Open House held in the spring. Along with these outside activities, the sisters of AXiD managed some time for their books and were rewarded with the Sorority Scholarship cup for the second consecutive year. With all the splendor and enthusiasm of a merry Santa, the sisters of the Gamma Kappa chapter received a special visit from the fat little man at their Christmas party. Spring with its budding trees and feelings of laziness was also the scene for the AXiD Rose Formal where the sisters and their dates were able to enjoy some of the "Spring Fever." Alpha Xi Delta OFFICERS President ■ Vice-President Secretary - Treasurer 96 Joyce Lundy Lois Master Lynn Manning Irene Etter First Rout — Lori Border, Janet Fritsoh, Betty Lou Burns, Karen Bond, Shirley Garrison, Henrietta Hoch, Barb Stoekalis, Peggy Simon. Second Row — Eleanor Klingerman, Martha Sue Detjen, Bosalie MacConnell, Lynda Boyer, Sarah Hannuni, Donna Zeil- man, Judy Bollinger, Pal Cook. Founding Date: April 17, 1898 Colors: Dark Blue, Light Blue and Gold Floiver: Pink Killarney Rose Motto: "Truth, Friendship, Justice." AXiD's review happy times. 97 First Rote — Sally Stephenson, Lois Binne, Nancy Good, Dorothy Kunkle, Pat Brownell, Shirley Foehl, Nancy Lee Dunster, Dor- othy Anderson, Mary Ann Traher, Mini Brown. Second Row — Joan Dechert, Candy Fink, INita Zimmerman, Judy Behrens, Betty Branthoffer, Grace Johnson, Nellie Mae Keller, Carol Hirschmann, Judy Arnold, Susie Myers, Sandy Forse, Peggy Sewell. Kappa Delta began the school year with the fall fashion show. The sisters presented to the students the new fashions to be seen on cam- pus. Springtime found Kappa Delta showing bathing suits and gowns in the spring fashion show. These were philanthropic projects, and the proceeds went to the Crippled Children's Home in Rich- mond, Virginia. After the Parents Day football game, the sisters treated KD parents to a banquet held in their honor. The dark skies of fall found the sisters guided by candles on the fall serenade. Likewise the group sponsored a lounge dance with a jungle party theme and later in the year, enjoyed a memorable "Winter Wonderland" party. If anyone trudged down the path by Seibert in the spring, they may have been hosed down and washed by a Kappa Delta actively engaged in the annual car wash. The benefits from this project went to their philanthropy. Kappa Delta OFFICERS President ■ Vice-President Secretary ■ Treasurer Judy Arnold Sue Myers Carol Hirschmann - Sandra Forse 98 First Rom — Patsy Hoehling, Dori Hoffman, Ruth Almond, Pam Yeager, Vicki Lawler, Barb Claffee, Gail Hart, Joan Henderson, Carol Davis, Marjorie Blair, Karen Frable, Pat Shintay. Second Row — Midge Roth, Eleanor Heishman, Marjorie Brandt, Linda Scharff, Jane Beers, Mary James, Lynn Pfister, Judy Zacharias, Jane Schuyler, Nancy Hess, Marjorie Raynor. Founding Date: October 23, 1897 Colors : Green and White Floiver: White Rose Motto: "Let us strive for that which is honorable, beautiful, and high- est." KD's in a cozy setting. 99 First Row — Bonnie Schaffer Hettenbach, Lynda Dries, Sue Sload, Diane Hogeland, Sandy Troutman, Judy Blee. Carol Marburger, Bette Davis, Sally McKalip, Sandy Swab, Nancylee Dunster, Karen Frable, Peggy Walters. Second Row — SAI sisters were busy every minute this year raising funds for their big trip to Chicago August 16-20. They have been invited to sing at the National Convention of Sigma Alpha Iota, professional fra- ternity for women in music. A very active group, Susquehanna's SAI's have won the honor of being named co-outstanding chapter in Iota province. This includes an automatic nomination for national outstanding chapter which will be announced at National Convention this summer. A whirlwind of events has frequently put the girls in the spot- light during the year. For their first public appearance of the year, they and the Crusaders presented a joint Christmas concert at the S. C. A. Christmas Vespers. In February, they entertained the stu- dent body and the public with their annual concert. Soon after this they presented a joint concert with a new SAI chapter from Lebanon Valley College. In addition to all this group activity, many of the sisters appeared throughout the year in student recitals. In March, SAI brought to our campus the famed Nagel Duo Piano Team which presented a seminar on duo piano performance. The SAI annual formal dance, held in March in honor of the new pledges highlighted the group's social activities of the year. OFFICERS President - Vice-President Recording Secretary - Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Susan Sload Lynda Dries Sandy Troutman Sally McKalip Diane Hogeland Sigma Alpha Iota 100 First Row — Donna Brown, Mary Witmer, Lois Binnie, Linda Wassam, Pam Kay, Ann Siple. Second Roto — Eleanor Klingerman, Peggy Simon, Emily Partridge, Mary Craft, Nancy Good. Founding Date: 1926 Colors: Red and White Flower: Red Rose Motto: "Vita bravis ars longa." SAI sister relaxes in SAI room. 101 First Row — Ron Hardnock, Mr. Bossart. Second Row — Tom Hanshaw, Dr. Robison. Third Rote — Jeff Whitney, Dr. Ofslager. Fourth Row — Les Butler, Mr. DeMotl. In terfra tern ity Senate The Interfraternity Senate strives for better relations among the fraternities on campus. The Senate consists of the presidents and- advisers of each fraternity with Dr. Zimmer as chairman. Through intelligent discussion, the group attempts to decide the most bene- ficial policy for the fraternity as a whole and aims to protect each individual fraternity against discrimination. PERSONNEL President Ron Hardnock Members - - Tom Hanshaw, Les Rutler, Jeff Whitney Faculty Advisers — Mr. Bossart, Dr. Robison, Mr. DeMott, Dr. Ofslager Chairman Dr. Zimmer 102 First Rote — Nancy Hess, Eileen Pettit. Second Row — Sally Lockett, Grace Johnson. Third Row — Judy Kipp, Jean Ewald, Barbara Jordan. Last Row — Joyce Lundy. The Panhellenic Council is composed of three delegates from each chapter of the three National Panhellenic Sororities on this campus. Seeking to maintain on a high plane sorority life and inter- sorority relations, this group likewise strives to further sound scholar- ship and to promote high social standards here at Susquehanna. Panhellenic Council PERSONNEL President Sally Lockett Secretary Eileen Pettit Treasurer Nancy Hess Adviser Dr. Steltz 103 Fraternity - Sorority Candids w ** mmm \ A 1 ?sn HHF-, ^ftOB^W mil V or j i r 1 i 1^1 104 t'plfr .' r 1 Bpil IS I 11 SB-, 1 , <V"V r *i " ; /: M'/l * ki„ " !■ Ws ■ ■ m L .1 ■ > ■ "*■■ 1 ,9 ■ "u'H n'^W 3?!! 1/ *3 ■/> >i t' j . 'm :i : r V'9iii :vt< 1SW uw 1 ! f *•■ -# .*■ £ l . ' /; »w ERCLASSES <**-' FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS — Douglas Reynolds, President; Arthur Bowen, Treasurer; Thomas Endres, Vice-President ; Phyllis Carver, Secretary. Freshman Class .1 Phyllis Ackerman Barbara Adams A^A Alan Antry Charles Ashburn Cherie Ayres Helen Bachman Ronald Bacon /^ ^\ f^\ 'Kyt~r> ' -J •-*• " M Judith Bair Donna Baney Timothy Barnes David Bartelt Joseph Bates Bonnie Baum Janet Beddoe Bonnie Bell 106 !f5 ^ Nw (fc ' : A Sandra Biggs William Billotte Doris Blackwell Denton Borry Arthur Bowen Paul Bowes Adele Breese Allen Charles Barhara Chew William Christian Carl Clark Janet Clark Mary Close Linda Cole Frederick Cone Nancy Corson Sally Costello Ann Cramer Emil Cuccio Walton Cueman Rebecca Dailey 107 i **JL Henry Daubenspeck Joseph David Joanne Davis Anna Detterline Pamelia Dick Anthony Differ Barbara Downs Sharon Downs Raymond DuBois Susan Duerr Jerry Egger Thomas Endres Paul Ernst Laura Estep Catherine Etter Barbara Evans Doris Evans Susan Evans [Catherine Fairty Sarah Ferster Dawn Fife Donald Fisher William Forti Charles Fouquet John Frederick Marilyn Froelich Peter Freimanis £iL£ William Galbraith Phyllis Carver Ruth Gebhard David Genereaux Elizabeth Gerding James Gibney Ronald Gilbert 108 Linda Glickman Edith Godshall Walter Goldenbaum John Grebe Shirley Greco Dolores Greenig Thomas Gremel fl&r*r(*Ty \ca ki. ± Ann Griffith Chris Crude Richard Hafer Susan Harris Gary Hart Cortland Hatfield Walter Henns Henry Henzel Harold Hershey Jean Hickson Gene Hillman Phoebe Hinkel Blairanne Hoover Philippa Hughes Tonia Kaslow Alan Krichev Roger Kuntz Barry Lauver June Lawrence Holly Leadbeater Mahlon Leid 109 [ % f\ Scott Leininger Greyson Lewis William Lewis Priscilla Limbert Maxine Lipkin Victoria Long Jacquelyn Loughridge vi^ti Joseph Lowden Robert Luth Robert Lytle Judith McGowin Cathleen Mackney Barbara Maier Robert Mancke ft ffl * ft Allen Mark Judith Marsh Carol Marsicano Ronald Martz Milton Mastin Raymond Masullo Peter Matson Nancy Mattern Seward Mellon Richard Meserole Carl Miller Suzanne Miller Wayne Miller Marilyn Minch Marigail Moreland Anna Moyer Lonnie Myers Rebecca Myers Thomas Myers Kathryn Neier Margaret Newton 110 1i*h /. i Diane Norcross Ronald Oehlert Gideon Okweija Gary Owens Ann Pavelko William Pearce Susan Petrie John Pfrommer Barry Plitt Edward Pokornicky Sandra Potts Jean Price Frances Ray Robert Reed Edwin Rehmeyer Douglas Reynolds Richard Rhoades Judith Rhodes Lynne Richmond Marilyn Risley Donna Rothermel Adelaide Ryan Robert Satow Deanne Saylor Karl Schaffrath Sally Schnure Karen Seifried Steven Seitz Daniel Seyss John Shaw John Sheppard Robert Shirk Victoria Shurr Judith Smedley Ruth Smiley 111 Lee Smith Aleida Snyder Mary Snyder John Stevens Judith Stichler Edward Strang Edward Strieker Bruce Styer Marjorie Sweet Nancy Swenson Brent Swope Aurelie Taconita Suzanne Tomasko \ <-*■ -»«v 4 m John Topper Carolyn Tweed Timothy Ueberroth Joseph Ulrich Suzanne Undy Alfred Unglaub Carol Updegrove 8K-' : ■ ^ Henry VanDine William Walker Virginia Ward Robert Watts Hope Webster Mary West David Wilkinson Rita Winans Gaye Wolcott Vaughn Wolf Dorothy Woolley Audry Ziegler James Zimmerman Susan Zimmerman 112 Sophomore Class SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS— Roland Marionni, Vice-President; Nancy Zook, Secretary; John Hand, President. Not pictured — Fred Hershey, Treasurer. Joyce Acker Ronald Acker Nancy Adams Robert Aerni M.fe Barbara Allen Ruth Almond Alfred Ambrose William Andel Evert Anderson William Andes Donald Aurand Alan Bachrach William Baily Edward Barabas Judith Barlett Sally Baskin Peter Beiger Richard Joseph Billig Biedermann Margaret Bittles 113 isLirhi Roy Black Frederick Bleuit Brian Bolig Carol Bollinger Judith Bollinger Karen Bond Lori Border Eugene Boughner Donald Bowes Lynda Boyer James Bramer Marjorie Brandt Larry Brenneman Donna Brown Roger Buriak Betty Burns Annette Campbell Dorothy Canfield Susan Chapman Barbara Claffee Antony Colombet Margaret Conrad Patricia Cook Lawrence Cooper John Craft Kara Cronlund Maureen Curley Thomas Curtis Carole Davis Donna Day Gene Dechert David DeLong Martha Detjen Joan Devlin Boyd Duncan Donald Dyer John Eggert Barbara Esch Diane Ewald George Fecker Karen Frable Janet Fritsch 114 Kenneth Garrett Shirley Garrison Warren Gass Mary Gelnett William Gerkens Kenneth Gordon Donald Green Albert Grondohl Robert Gundaker Jon Hand Terry Hand Sandra Haney Sarah If annum George Harris Ronald Hendrix Fred Hershey Lloyd Hettenbach Henrietta Hoch Patricia Hoehling Norma Hoffman Robert Hoffman Robert Hofman John Horn Nancy Horn Harvey Horowitz Diana Hough Delia Houser Richard Howe Alfred Jacobs Earl Jacobus Mary James Judith Jantzer Rosanne Johns William Jones Lawrence Kachelriess 115 a- if* i «k* f J John Kaufman Pamela Kay Larry Kerstetter George Kirchner Terry Kissinger Eleanor Klingerman Patricia Kna PI' Valerie Knouse James Knox Kenneth Kratzer Carolyn Kurtz Joan Lare Ann Latimer Esther Lauer f *<• * #fli*| ^\ r» mJk i I t Vicki Lawler Frank Lindenmuth Richard Linder William Lindsay William Lips Karen Loeffler Oliver London Benjamin Lovell Joan Lowry Joyce Lowry Rosalie MacConnell Thomas McCarrick Roland Marionni Barry Markowitz C\ f*^ (f5| ( Kenneth Mease Irving Merwin Ralph Meyer George Mowers Eugene Mowrer Frederick Muller Gerald Mummert 116 ^ f"*\ iL*.!*. 1 Kenneth Mutzel Eleanor Neece James Norton Joseph O'Hara Louis O'Neil Samuel Padula James Parks Paul Pavlishin William Pearson Lucinda Peterson Paul Peyakovich Lynn Pfister George Phillips Judy Polhemus a 1 CI f - w David Raffetto Marjorie Rayner Barry Reed William Reinhart Robert Richards Ira Ritzman James Rodgers \ c% ^ ^ Linda Romig Mildred Roth Judith Rothermel John Rowlands Theron Royer Michael Rupprecht Bruce Sabin ^ Lwit James Sandahl Linda Scharff Grant Schneider David Schumacher Richard Seaks Lawrence Shaffer John Sherwood 117 liWI.kl/k Patricia Shintay Robert Silar Grace Simington Margaret Simon James Skinner Larry Skinner Don Smith Bunnie Smurlo Joseph Snyder Walter Speidell Ann Spriggle Robert Stackhouse Stanley Stahl Dianne Stauffer Joyce Steinberg Barbara Stockalis Gary Stone Alan Straubel Harry Strine Wendel Stuck Barbara Sugg . i ** - . . 4 tk^ ,M irki Robert Suloman James Summers Suzanne Trefny Thomas Uhler Michael Voiles Kathye Wasson Jeffrey Weichel Paul Wendler James Wilde Mary Witmer Walter Woernle Pamela Yeager Donna Zeilman Nancy Zook 118 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS — Seated: Herbert Yingling, Vice-President. Standing: Nathan Ward, President; Joyce Lundy, Secretary ; Carl Moyer, Treasurer. Junior Class Biruta Aigars Allen Aungst Mary Bagenstose Curtis Barry Mary Beck Jane Beers Jay Berman Laura Berry Lois Binnie James Black Marjorie Blair James Blessing Lois Bonsall Georgiann Brodisch Sarah Broscious Mary Brown Miriam Brown Patricia Brownell Carol Cairns George Campbell Thomas Casey Michael Cordas Donald Cornelius 119 Ann Corson Mary Craft Robert Curtis Joan Dechert Jean Deebel Lynda Dries Fred Dunkleberger Sandra Dunkle Patricia Estep Irene Etter Sandra Eyster Ann Ferrence Candy Fink Kenneth Fish William Fishburn Frederick Fisher Russell Fisher Shirley Foehl John Frank James Gallagher Stephen Gettier Nancy Good Carolyn Grabau John Graham Diana Graybill Donna Graybill Carol Gresh David Hackenberg ^*N ,~g$* 0tPy *, J Cynthia Heist James Herrold Nancy Hess Elwood Hippie Carol Hirschmann Carol Hobbes Glen Hostetter d O Sue Houseworth Lester Hummel Bonnie Jones Barbara Jordon Joseph Joyce Barry Kauffman Ronald Keefer 120 Nanette Keller Nellie Keller Linda Kent Alan Kiel George Kindon Judith Kipp Joseph Kleinbauer Peter Kuebler Jane Kump Linda Leach Charles Leathery Lynn Lerew Joyce Lundy John Luscko Walter McCahan Sarah McKalip Robert McKee Linda Mack Marvin Malone Edward Manello Carol Marburger K " ^7 L^^ V* Neal Markle Ted Maurer Clark Mosier Carl Moyer Carolyn Moyer Jean Murray John Ohst Linford Overholt Anthony Padula Emily Partridge Doris Pedersen Joseph Perfilio James Perot Eileen Pettit John Pignatore Kay Potts Janet Rettinger Ann Riesmeyer Richard Rowe Thomas Samuel Lynn Sanberg Bonita Schaffer Ronald Schlader Jane Schuyler Margaret Sewell Samuel Shirey Walter Shirk Sandra Sholley 4»h kit* William Shuker Ann Siple David Smith Eleanor Smith Neil Smith Douglas Spotts Robert Squires Penelope Stamps Sally Stephenson Robert Summer Patricia Taylor Peggy Thoman Frank Trenery Sandra Troutman ^m% l.^tf J^T 1 : Robert Tushinski Kenneth Unger Rudolph James Van Zandt Marilyn Vekassy Lois Wagner Van der Hiel Harry Ward Linda Wassam Jeannie Weathered Mary Weatherlow Naomi Weaver Janet White Donald Whitko Jeffery Whitney Samuel Williams Dennis Woodruff Frank Yaggi Herbert Yingling Judith Zacharias Blase Zampetti Nancy Zimmerman 122 9aSJLdUiSB3 y- '. J , > > ' ; 4 . < * 1 ' M • & * -^ <> i"j . - * ■ . • y ', *ik * * B vie* j-/ <® ... W£ mE^zF*: ' :: -*» -«^ ■ * mm ^^^ PC-., ,JP" Jn **» ' J^^ 1 *% NIORS Senior Class Officers Seated: Susan Myers. Standing: Kenneth Keib, James Ward, Philip Clark. President Philip Clark Vice-President Kenneth Keib Secretary - Susan Myers Treasurer - James Ward 124 DOROTHY MAE ANDERSON Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, Social Chairman 2, Constitution Revision Committee 3. Women's Vice-President 3. 4; Pre Theologi- cal Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary -Treasurer 3; Crusader 3, 4, News Editor 4; Handbook- Editor 3; Kappa Delta, Press Chairman 4; Orientation Committee 2, 3, 4, Big and Little Sister Program 3, 4; May Day Committee 3, Dance Co-Chairman 3; Intramurals 2, 3. JUDITH ELAINE ARNOLD Business Education Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4, Cor- responding Secretary 4; Judiciary Board 3, Secretary 3: Business Society 1, 2; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta, Secretary 2, 3, President 4; Pan- hellenic Council 4; Orientation Committee 3; Homecoming Com- mittee 3; May Day Committee 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Class Secretary 3. ELIZABETH L. HODGES BAGGER Liberal Arts Women's Day Student Organization 4; Pi Gamma Mu 4. ROBERT BERNARD BECHTEL Liberal Arts JUDITH KAYE BEHRENS Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council, Record- ing Secretary 3, Public Relations Committee Chairman 4; Judi- ciary Board 2; Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Crusader, Assistant Editor 2, Reporter 1, 4; Handbook, Literary Editor 3; Kappa Delta, Vice-President 2, 3, Corresponding Secretary 4; Homecoming Class Representative 3; Homecoming Queen 4; May Day Committee 3; Head Resident 3; Best-Dressed Co-ed 3; W'ho's If ho Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 4. LEONARD ROBERT BETKOSKI Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 2; Lambda Chi, Rush Chairman 4. 125 JUDITH ANNE BLEE Music Education Student Christian Association 1, 2. 3; Future Teachers of America 1, Secretary 2; Chapel Choir 2; Marching Band 1, 2, 3; Sym- phonic Band 1. 2. 3, 4; Symphonic Orchestra 1, 2. 3, 4; Music Educators National Conference 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Sigma Alpha Iota, Treasurer 3, Chaplain 4; May Day Committee 2, 3; Pennsylvania State Inter-Collegiate Band 1, 2, 3; Who's If' ho Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 4. GAY LORRAINE BOUCHARD Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3; Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4; Susquehanna Players 1, 2, 3, 4, Make-up Supervisor 2; Orientation Committee 3; Homecoming Committee 3, 4; May Day Committee 3. 4. CHARLES RAYMOND BOWEN Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2; Biemic Society 1, 2, 3, Presi- dent 4; Susquehanna Players 1, 2; Symphonic Band 1; Phi Mu Delta. Social Chairman 3, 4; Varsity Football 1, 2, 3; Orientation Committee 4; Homecoming Committee 1, 2. 3; Mav Day Commit- tee 1. 2, 3. 4: Intramurafs 1. 2, 3, 4; Class President' 1; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 4. BETTY RENEE BRANTHOFFER Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1. 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 3. 4; Women's Athletic Association 2. 3, 4; Homecoming Committee 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3. ROBERT WILLIAM BREITWIESER Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2. 3, 4; Pre-Theological Associa- tion 1; Susquehanna Players 3. 4; Orientation Committee 2, 3. ROBERT EDWARD BRENNER Business Administration Student Christian Association 1; Student Council 4; Beta Alpha Rho 2; Business Society 1; Susquehanna Players 3, 4; Lambda Chi Alpha, Secretary; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. 126 JUDITH AMELIA BRNDJAR Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2. 3, 4; Student Council 3. 4. Women's Vice-President 3, 4; Judiciary Board Chairman 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Secretary 3, Executive Committee 4; Women's Athletic Association 2. 3, 4; Lanthorn Editor-in-Chief 3; Alpha Xi Delta, Membership Chair- man 2, Vice-President 3; Panhellenic Council 2; Orientation Com- mittee 2, 3, 4, Assistant Co-chairman 3, Co-chairman 4; May Day Committee 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Secretary 2; Lu- theran Brotherhood Scholarship 3; Charles Covert Award 3; Assis- tant Housemother, New Women's Dorm 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 4. ALICE LEONA BROWN Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2, 4; Judiciary Board 4; Future Teachers of America 1, 2, 3, 4; Susquehanna Players 1, 2, 3, 4. LESLIE RICHARD BUTLER Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 1; Pi Gamma Mu 4; Crusader 1, 3. Co-Editor 4; Lanthorn Pho- tography Manager 3; Theta Chi, President 4; Interfraternity Sen- ate 4; Varsity Baseball 1, 2, Co-Captain 3, 4; Orientation Com- mittee 4; May Day Committee 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 4. PHILIP MAIZE CLARK Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2, 4; Student Council 4; Biemic Society 2; Susquehanna Players 1, 2; Crusader Layout Editor 4; Lanthorn Assistant Editor 3; Theta Chi, Vice-President 3; Tennis 1, 3, 4; Orientation Committee 2, 3, 4; May Day Com- mittee 1, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Class President 4. WILLIAM HUGH CLARK. JR. Business Administration- Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Crusader 4; Phi Mu Delta. NED STUART COATES Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3; Fu- ture Teachers of America 3, 4; Crusader 2, 3; Phi Mu Delta, Pledge Master 3, Athletic Director 4; Varsity Football 1, 2; In- tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 127 LOUELLA LOUISE COCCODRILLI Business Education Judiciary Board 1; Business Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2; Future Teachers of America 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Delta Pi. Corresponding Secretary 3, Vice-President 4; Orientation Committee 2, 3; Home- coming Committee 2; May Day Committee 2; Intramurals 1, 2; Crescent Queen of Lamhda Chi Alpha 3. JAMES THOMAS COOLBAUGH Business Administration Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3; Business Society 1, 2, 3. 4; Lanthorn 3; Theta Chi; Orientation Committee 4; May Day Committee 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. RAY FRANKLIN CRAGLE Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; Pi Gamma Mu 4; Pre-Theological Association 1, 2; Susquehanna Players 1, 2, 3; Crusader 3, 4, Feature Editor 4. NORMAN ALBERT CRICKENBERGER Business Administration Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Lanthorn 3; Phi Mu Delta; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. BETTE L. DAVIS Music Education Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Women's Athletic 'Association 1, 2, 3; Chapel Choir 3; Symphonic Band 1, 2; Symphonic Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Educators National Conference 3, 4; Alpha Delta Pi, Recording Secretary 4; Sigma Alpha Iota 2. 3, 4, Song Leader 3; Orientation Committee 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Committee 4; May Day Com- mittee 2, 3, 4. JAMES ARNOLD DeLONG Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3; Beta Alpha Rho 1, 4; Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; Pre-Theological Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Crusader 1; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 4. 128 BENEDICT F. DiFRANCESCO Business Administration Business Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Lambda Chi; Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Who's Who Among Stu- dents in American Universities and Colleges 4. NANCYLEE DUNSTER Music Education Student Christian Association 1, 2; Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3; Music Educators National Conference 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta, Song Leader 1, 2, 3; Sigma Alpha Iota 2, 3; Orientation Committee 2; Home- coming Committee 3. ELLIOT F. EDWARDS Music Education Phi Mu Delta; Music Educators National Conference 4. JEAN ELIZABETH EWALD Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2; Susquehanna Players 1; Women's Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; Tau Kappa 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3; Symphonic Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Music Educators National Conference 2; Alpha Delta Phi, Song Leader 2, 3, President 4; Panhellenic Council 3, 4, President 3; Sigma Alpha Iota 1, 2, 3, 4, Accompanist 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 3; Orientation Committee 2, 4; Homecoming Committee 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer 1; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 4. WILLIAM LESTER FAUSEY Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 2, 3, 4; Biemic Society 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. FRITZ J. FICHTNER, JR. Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3; Biemic Society 1, 2, 3; Busi- ness Society 4; Susquehanna Players 2; Phi Mu Delta, Sergeant- of-Arms 3; Varsity Football 1, 3; Orientation Committee 2; Home- coming Committee 2; May Day Committee 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3,4. 129 SANDRA LOUISE FORSE Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta. Chaplain 3, Treasurer 4; May Day Committee 3; Intramurals 1, 4. WALTER WILLIAM FOX, JR. Libera! Arts Student Christian Association 1; Student Council 4, President 4; Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4, President 4; Susquehanna Players 1, 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2; Symphonic Band 3, 4; Crusader 2, 3; Lan- tiiorn 3; Theta Chi; Orientation Committee 4; Homecoming Committee 2, 3, 4; May Day Committee 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Col- leges 4. RONALD IRVIN FOYE Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Theta Chi; May Day Committee 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3. PATRICIA ANN GOETZ Business Administration Student Christian Association 1, 2; Business Society 1, 2, 3; Cheer- leader 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Susquehanna Players 1, 2; Wo- men's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 3, 4; Tau Kappa 4; Crusader 1, 2, 3, 4, Managing Editor 3, Co-Editor 4; Lanthorn Layout Editor 3; Alpha Delta Pi, Reporter-Histo- rian 3, Executive Council 4; Orientation Committee 2; Home- coming Committee 2, 3, 4; May Day Committee 1, 2, 3; Intramu- murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Uni- versities and Colleges 4. BARRY MILLER HACKENBERG Libera! Arts Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 4; Phi Mu Delta; Varsity Foot- ball 1, 2, 3; Varsity Track 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. JOAN ELLEN HAEFLE Libera! Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2; Future Teachers of America 2. 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; Alpha Delta Pi, Activities and Honors Chairman 3, Efficiency Chairman 4; Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4. 130 THOMAS LYN HANSHAW Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3, Vice- President 3; Men's Judiciary Board 3, Chairman 3; Biemic So- ciety 3, 4; Future Teachers of America; Susquehanna Players 2; Crusader 4; Lambda Chi Alpha. Pledge Master 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; Interfraternity Senate 3, 4; Varsity Track 1; Ori- entation Committee 3, 4, Assistant Co-Chairman 3, Co-Chairman 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer 2. RONALD CHARLES HARDNOCK Liberal Arts Judiciary Board 3, 4; Biemic Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Mu Delta, Vice-President 3, President 4; Interfraternity Senate 4, President 4; Orientation Committee 1, 2; Homecoming Committee 4; May Day Committee 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Vice-President 2; Class President 3; Lancer Football Program, Assistant Editor 3, Editor 4. KENNETH EDWARD HAUSER Business Administration Student Christian Association 1, 2; Business Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Lambda Chi Alpha, Treasurer 3; Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Orientation Committee 2; Intramurals 1, 2. 3, 4. CARL H. HITCHNER Business Administration Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Theta Chi, Treasurer 4; Orientation Committee 3. DIANE HOGELAND Music Education Student Christian Association 1; Future Teachers of America 1; Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, Librarian 3; Marching Band Color Guard 2; Music Educators National Conference 2, 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Iota 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4. SHELDON H. HORNE Business Administration Business Society 3, 4. 131 MARY ILENE JABLONSKI Business Education Student Christian Association 1, 2: Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4. Secre- tary-Treasurer 4; Women's Day Student Organization 1, 2, 3. 4, President 3; Future Teachers of America 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Gamma Mu 4; Susquehanna Players 2, 3, 4; Business Society Freshman Scholarship Cup 2; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Co/leges 4. GRACE LEE JOHNSON Libera! Arts Student Christian Association 1; Women's Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; Tau Kappa 4; Kappa Delta, Historian 2, Sergeant-of-Arms 3, Rush Chairman 4; Varsity Hockey 3; Panhellenic Council 4; Homecoming Committee 3, 4, Co-Chairman 3, Program Chairman 4; May Day Committee 3; Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM HENRY KAHL Business Administration Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3. 4; Business Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2; Varsity Football Manager 1, 2; Varsity Track Manager 2; Phi Mu Delta. KENNETH DAVID KEIB Business Administration Student Christian Association 1, 2; Business Society 1, 2, 3: Phi Mu Delta, Comptroller 3. 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Vice- President 3, 4. JOHN B. KIND Business Administration Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3; Business Society 1, 2, 3; Lambda Chi Alpha, House Manager 3, 4, Pledge Master 4; Orien- tation Committee 2, 3, 4; May Day Committee 3; Intramurals 1. 2; Lancer, Business Manager 4; Sophomore Tribunal 2. DOROTHY MARTHA KUNKLE Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3; Chapel Choir 2, 3; March- ing Band 1, 2, 3; Symphonic Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Symphonic Orches- tra 1; Kappa Delta, Scholarship Chairman 3, 4; Homecoming Committee 3. 132 NORMAN HAROLD LAUER Business Administration Business Society 2, 3, 4; Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4, President 4; Phi Mu Delta; Intramurals 4. MARTHA JOAN LAWLEY Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3; Wo- men's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Tau Kappa 2, 3, 4, President 3, Secretary 4; Chapel Choir 2; Marching Band, Colorguard 2; Crusader 2, 3, 4, Women's Sports Editor 4; Lanthorn, Women's Sports Editor 3; Varsity Hockey, Captain 3; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Orientation Committee 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Committee 2, 3, 4, General Chairman 2, 4; May Day Committee 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Play Day 1, 2, 3, 4; House President, New Women's Dormitory 4. CONSTANCE L. LEITNER Business Education Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Society 3, 4; Women's Day Student Organization 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Women's Auxiliary Schol- arship 3. ROBERT RAYMOND LINDEMUTH Business Administration Business Society 2, 3, 4; Phi Mu Delta; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. SARAH KIRK LOCKETT Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Susquehanna Players 2; Alpha Delta Pi; Panhellenic Coun- cil 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4; Homecoming Committee 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Representative 4; May Day Committee 1, 2, 3; Majorette 1, 2. ROSEMARY KAYE LOSCH Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2, 4; Biemic Society 4; Women's Day Student Organization 1, 2; Future Teachers of America 4; Susquehanna Players 2, 3; Alpha Delta Pi, Reporter 3, 4. 133 JAMES HENRY McDANIEL Business Administration Lambda Chi Alpha; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. RONALD LUTHER McGLAUGHLIN Business Administration- Student Christian Association 1; Lambda Chi Alpha; Baseball 2, 3, 4. Co-Captain 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. LYNN MOORE MANNING Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2; Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 4; Susque- hanna Players 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Xi Delta. Membership Chairman 3, Recording Secretary 4; Panhellenic Council 3; Orientation Committee 3; Homecoming Committee 2, 4; May Day Committee 1, 2, 3. SHARON LEE MARTIN Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of Amer- ica 2, 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; Crusader 1, 2. 3, 4, Managing Editor 4; Alpha Delta Pi, Social Chairman 3, Executive Council 4, Scholarship Chairman 4; Orientation Com- mittee 2, 3; Homecoming Committee 3, 4; May Day Committee 2, 3; Intramurals 2. 3, 4. LOIS MAE MASTER Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Xi Delta, Record- ing Secretary 3, Vice-President 4; Homecoming Committee 1, 2. 3; May Day Committee 1, 2, 3. LYMAN IRVIN MILROY Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 2; Future Teachers of America 4. 134 WAYNE H. MINAMI Libera! Arts Student Christian Association 1; Beta Alpha Rho 2; Biemic So- ciety 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Mu Delta; Parliamentarian 4; Intramurals 1. WILLIAM HANS MOLIN, III Music Education Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4, Men's Vice-President 4; Judiciary Board 2, 4. Chairman 4; Future Teachers Association 1, 2; Susquehanna Players 1, 2; Chapel Choir 1, 2; Singing Crusaders 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Symphonic Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Symphonic Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Educators National Conference 2, 3, 4; Crusader 4; Intercollegiate Band 3. 4; Theta Chi, Social Chairman 3; Orientation Committee 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2. TERRY L. MOLL Business Administration Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3; Business Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Susquehanna Players 2, 3, 4; Crusader 3, 4; Lanthorn 3; Theta Chi. SUSAN JANE MYERS Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Judiciary Board 4, Sec- retary 4; Future Teachers of America 1, 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; Lanthorn, Literary Editor 3; Kappa Delta, Membership Chairman 2, President 3, Vice-President 4; Panhel- lenic Council 2, 3; Orientation Committee 2. 3, 4, Committee Chairman; May Day Committee 3, Invitation Chairman 3; Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Secretary 4. FRANCIS ALLEN NACE Libera! Arts Future Teachers of America 4; Lambda Chi Alpha; Varsity Foot- ball 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 3, 4. ANNE OSTHEIM Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Biemic Society 2, 3, 4; Business Society 1, 2; Women's Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Cor- responding Secretary 4; Tau Kappa 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Chapel Choir 2, 3; Lanthorn 3, Head Typist 3; Alpha Delta Pi Scholar- ship Chairman 3; Registrar 4; Varsity Hockey 4, Manager 4; Var- sity Basketball 3, 4, Manager 3, 4; Homecoming Committee 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2. 3, 4; Playday 2, 3, 4. 135 JAMES HENRY PARKER Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2; Theta Chi, House Manager 4; Sky Divers 3; Orientation Committee 4; Homecoming Committee 3; Soccer 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. PHILIP STANLEY PEMBERTON Business Administration Student Christian Association 1; Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Lamhda Chi Alpha, Correspondent 3; Business Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; Susquehanna Players 1, 2, 3, 4. ELIZABETH ANN PHILLIPS Business Education Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Biemic Society 3; Busi- ness Society 1, 2, 4; Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 4. GERALD HILL PORTER Business Administration Crusader, Advertising Assistant 2; Lambda Chi Alpha, Newspaper Correspondent 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. GEORGE PAUL PRESSLEY Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Biemic Society 1; Future Teachers of America 4; Phi Mu Delta, Chaplain 3; Pre-Theologi- cal Association 1, 2; Tennis 1, 2, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. LEONARD PENDLETON PURCELL Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Phi Omega 3; Phi Mu Delta; Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Sky Divers 3, 4, Secretary 3, Treasurer 4; Class Vice-President 1; Susquehanna Players 1, 2, 3, 4; Lanthorn, Literary Editor 3; Baseball 1; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4. 136 JOHN HENRY RAAB Business Administration Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council, Consti- tution Committee 2, Treasurer 4; Alpha Phi Omega, Secretary 2, 4, Vice-President 3; Biemic Society 1, 2, 3; Business Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Theta Chi, Historian 2, Assistant Secretary 3, Vice-Presi- dent Alumni Affairs 4; Crusader 1, 2, 3, 4, Circulation Manager 2, 3, Business Manager 4; Lanthorn 2, 3, Recording Technician 3, Business Staff 3; Orientation Committee 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3. LARRY GENE RICHTER Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Beta Alpha Rho 3, 4; Pre-Theological Association 3, 4; Theta Chi, Steward 3; Chapel Choir 1; Marching Band 3. RUTH JOYCE ROBERTS Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Biemic Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 2; Alpha Xi Delta, Assistant Trea- surer 2; Homecoming Committee 2; May Day Committee 2; Intra- murals 2, 4. RICHARD E. ROHLAND Business Administration Student Christian Association 1; Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3, 4, Trea- surer 3, President 4; Lambda Chi Alpha; Crusader 1, 2; Lan- thorn 1, 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Susquehanna Players 4. ANN LORRAINE SCHAEFER Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Religious Emphasis Co- Chairman 2, Cabinet 3, Secretary 4; Judiciary Board 2, 4, Joint Judiciary Board 4; Biemic Society 1, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Alpha Xi Delta, Chaplain 3, 4; Panhellenic Council 2; Orientation Committee 2; Homecoming Committee 2; May Day Committee 1. JOYCE NORA SHEESLEY Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of Amer- ica 2, 3, 4; Susquehanna Players 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Delta Pi, Cor- respondence Secretary 2, 4, Scholarship Bracelet; Lanthorn 3; May Day Committee 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 4. 137 STANFORD CLYDE SHOLLEY. JR. Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2, 4; Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3; Lambda Chi Alpha; Biemic Society 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. DOROTHY JEANNE SHOMPER Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Biemic Society 2, 3; Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 4, President 4; Pi Gamma Mu 2, 4, Vice-President 4; Crusader 2, 3, 4; Who's Who Among Stu- dents in American Universities and Colleges 4. SUSAN KELSO SLOAD Music Education Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3; Judiciary Board 3; Sigma Alpha Iota, Vice-President 3, President 4; Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Educators National Conference 2, 3. 4; Orientation Com- mittee 2; Homecoming Representative 2; May Day Committee, Assistant Director 2. DAVID MONROE SMITH Business Administration Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Gamma Mu 4; Susquehanna Players 1, 2; Phi Mu Delta, Social Committee; Track 3; Baseball 2, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Col- leges 4. ROBERT ALAN SMITH Business Administration Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Mu Delta; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. LYNN EMERSON SNYDER Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2; Lambda Chi Alpha; Tennis 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 138 PAUL DELBERT SNYDER Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2; Biemic Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Chapel Choir 1. 2. 3, 4; Sing- ing Crusaders 3, 4; Lanthorn 3; Homecoming Committee 3; Lambda Chi Alpha, Chaplain 2, 3. JOHN HENRY SPILLMAN Business Administration Student Christian Association 3, 4; Business Society 3, 4; Lambda Chi Alpha, Social Committee; Intramurals 3, 4. SANDRA RUTH SWAB Music Education Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3; Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3; Sym- phonic Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Educators National Conference 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Committee 4; May Day Committee 3; Sigma Alpha Iota. ALAN LEE THOMAS Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1; Future Teachers of America 4, Marching Band 1; Crusader 1, 2, 3, 4; Lanthorn, Sports Editor 3; Phi Mu Delta, Chapter Editor 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Soccer 2; Basketball 1; Tennis 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. MARY ANN TRAHER Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3; Future Teachers of America 4; Lanthorn 3; May Day Representative 3; Panhellenic Council 3; Kappa Delta, Membership Chairman 3. PAUL WOLPERT TRESSLER Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; Pi Gamma Mu 4; Susquehanna Players 1; Lanthorn 3; Orientation Committee 4; May Day Committee 3; Theta Chi, Sports Manager 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Who's Who Among Students in Ameri- can Universities and Colleges 4. 139 ROGER BRUCE TREXLER Business Administration Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3; Business Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Mu Delta; Football 1; Basketball 2, 3; Tennis 3, 4; Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES ARTHUR UPDEGROVE Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 2, 3, Chairman, Stewardship Com- mittee 3; Judiciary Board 2; Phi Mu Delta, Chaplain 3, House Manager 4; Track 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3; Cross Country 4, Cap- tain 4; Intramurals 4. PEGGY JANE WALTERS Music Education Student Christian Association 1, 2; Future Teachers of America 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Iota; Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3; Symphonic Band 3, 4; Symphonic Orchestra 2; Music Educators National Conference 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 4; Homecoming Committee 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES McCUTCHEON WARD Business Administration Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer 3, 4; Phi Mu Delta, House Manager 2, 3, Sec- retary 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 140 MARIA KATHERINE WERNIKOWSKI Business Administration Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3; Business Society 4; Wo- men's Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; Tau Kappa 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. LLOYD WOLF Music Education Chapel Choir 2, 3, 4; Symphonic Band 3, 4; Marching Band 4; Music Educators National Conference 3, 4. EARL MICHAEL YOHE Liberal Arts Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Phi Omega 4; Beta Alpha Rho 1, 2, Treasurer 2; Biemic Society 3, 4; Phi Mu Delta; Soccer 2, 3; Basketball 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. NITA LOUISE ZIMMERMAN Music Soloist Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Chapel Choir 1, 2; Music Educators National Conference 2; Kappa Delta, Parliamentarians. Not Pictured EUGENE HOWARD WITMER GLORIA GRAYBILL BRUBAKER JACQUELINE EMMA GANTZ ALICE TAYLOR STRAYER 141 WHO'S WHO Among Students in American Universities and Colleges JAMES DeLONG LESLIE BUTLER 142 MARY JABLOINSKI JUDITH BEHRENS WALTER FOX JUDITH BRNDJAR JEAN EWALD PAUL TRESSLER JUDITH RLEE DOROTHY SHOMPER DAVID SMITH CHARLES HOWEN PATRICIA GOETZ BENEDICT DiFRANCESCO 143 Senior Index Anderson, Dorothy _ _ 57, 80, 98, 125, 145 Arnold, Judith . 55. 65, 68, 98, 125, 145 Bagger, Elizabeth 64, 66, 125, 145 Bechtel, Robert 125, 145 Behrens, Judith _ _ 29, 30, 31, 55, 68, 80, 98, 125, 143, 145 Betkowski, Leonard ___ 86, 125, 145 Blee, Judith _ __77, 78, 100, 126, 143, 145 Bouchard, Gay _ 59, 65, 126, 145 Bowen, Charles _ . 61, 90, 126, 142, 145 Branthoffer, Betty 98, 126, 145 Breitweiser, Robert 126, 145 Brenner, Robert 126, 145 Brndjar, Judith _. . 27, 55, 56, 65, 68, 127, 143, 145 Brown, Alice 127, 145 Butler, Leslie _ ._ 55, 80, 81, 92, 102, 127, 142, 145 Clark, Philip 80, 92, 124, 127, 146 Clark, William 127, 146 Coates, Ned 90, 127, 146 Coccodrilli, Louella 94, 128, 146 Coolbaugh, James 92, 128, 146 Cragle, Ray 55, 66, 80, 128, 146 Crickenberger, Norman 90, 128, 146 Davis, Bette 63, 78, 94, 100, 128, 146 DeLong, James _. _ 60, 66, 67, 74, 128, 143, 146 DiFrancesco, Benedict - _ 40, 42, 43, 129, 143, 146 Dunster, Nancylee 34, 98, 100, 129, 146 Edwards, Elliot 90, 129, 146 Ewald, Jean ___ 69, 94, 103, 129, 142, 146 Fausey, William 129, 146 Fichtner, Fritz 90, 129, 146 Forse, Sandra 98, 130, 146 Fox, Walter . . 55, 59, 70, 71, 77, 92, 130, 142, 146 Foye, Ronald 92, 130, 146 Goetz, Patricia . _ 63, 68, 80, 94, 130, 142, 147 Hackenberg, Barry 130, 147 Haefle, Joan 94, 130, 147 Hanshaw, Thomas . __ . 27, 80, 86, 102, 131, 147 Hardnock, Ronald _. ._ 56, 90, 102, 131, 147 Hauser, Kenneth 42, 43, 86, 131, 147 Hitchner, Carl 62, 92, 131, 147 Hogeland, Diane 100, 131, 147 Home, Sheldon 131, 147 Jablonski, Mary 59, 64, 66, 132, 143, 147 Johnson, Grace ___ _ 68, 69, 98, 103, 132, 147 Kahl, William 90, 132, 147 Keib, Kenneth 90, 124, 132, 147 Kind, John 86, 132, 147 Kunkle, Dorothy 77, 98, 132, 148 Lauer, Norman 66, 133, 148 Lawley, Martha 46, 47, 68, 69, 80, 133, 148 Leitner, Connie 64, 133, 148 Lindemuth, Robert 93, 133, 148 Lockett, Sarah ._ 94, 103, 133, 148 Losch, Rosemary ___. .61, 65, 94, 133, 148 McDaniel, James 134, 148 McGlaughlin, Ronald _ . 134, 148 Manning, Lynn 59, 96, 134, 148 Martin, Sharon _ 80, 94, 134, 148 Master, Lois _ 96, 134, 148 Milroy, Lyman _ 134, 148 Minami, Wayne 90, 135, 148 Molin, William _ „ 55, 56, 75, 76, 77, 78, 92, 135, 148 Moll, Terry _ 62, 80, 92, 135, 148 Myers, Susan . 56, 98, 124, 135, 148 Nace, Francis _ 135, 148 Ostheim, Anne _ 46, 47, 61, 68, 69. 94, 135, 149 Parker, James _ 92, 136, 149 Pemberton, Philip ... ._ 59, 66, 86, 136, 149 Phillips, Elizabeth _ 136, 149 Porter, Gerald 136, 149 Presley, George . __ 90, 136, 149 Purcell, Leonard _ 44, 65, 90, 136, 149 Raab, John _ 55, 58, 80, 92, 137, 149 Richter, Larry 92, 137, 149 Roberts, Ruth 61, 96, 137, 149 Rohland, Richard . „ 42, 43, 58, 71, 86, 137, 149 Shaefer, Ann 56, 61, 65, 96, 137, 149 Sheesley, Joyce 94, 137, 149 Sholley, Stanford _. _ 138, 149 Shomper, Dorothy _ _ 65, 66, 80, 138, 142, 149 Sload, Susan . 74, 100, 138, 149 Smith, David 66, 138, 143, 149 Smith, Robert 90, 138, 149 Snyder, Lynn 86, 138, 150 Snyder, Paul _ 65, 74, 139, 150 Spillman, John . . 62, 139, 150 Swab, Sandra 34, 78, 100, 139, 150 Thomas, Alan 80, 90, 139, 150 Traher, Mary Ann 98, 139, 150 Tressler, Paul 55, 66, 92, 139, 142, 150 Trexler, Roger . 90, 140, 150 Updegrove, James 45, 90, 140, 150 Walters, Peggy . ._ 65, 68, 77, 100, 140, 150 Ward, James _ 90, 124, 140, 150 Wernikowski, Maria 62, 141, 150 Witmer, Eugene 141, 150 Wolf, Lloyd _ 34, 74, 76, 77, 141, 150 Yohe, Michael 61, 90, 141, 150 Zimmerman, Nita 98, 141, 150 144 Student Directory Acker, Joyce (Mrs. I (1) -_ 853 S. Second St., Sunbury, Pa. Acker, Ronald (1) 853 S. Second St., Sunbury, Pa. Ackerman, Phyllis (ll Schellsburg, Pa. Adams, Barbara 1 1 1 218 University Ave., Selinsgrove, Pa. Adams, Bonnie (1) _ ._ 2018 Third Ave., Altoona, Pa. Adams, Nancy Lee (2) . ._ 326 N. Market St., Selinsgrove, Pa. Adler, Charles (1) _ -523 Custis Rd„ Glenside, Pa. Aerni, Robert (2) 403 E. Kleinhans St., Easton, Pa. Aigars, Biruta (3) 104 Hamilton St., Harrisburg, Pa. Allen, Barbara (1) 34 Rittenhouse Rd., Broomall, Pa. Allen, Douglas (1) ._ 321 High St., Milton, Pa. Almond, Ruth (1) . ._ 203 Race St., Sunbury, Pa. Ambrose, Alfred (2) ._ 418 Third Ave., Altoona, Pa. Amerman, George (3) 315 Twelfth St., Sunbury, Pa. Andel, William (2) ... Yubas Ave., Burlington, N. J. Anderson, Dorothy (4) 39 Lanfair Rd., Cheltenham, Pa. Anderson, Evert (2) 1016 South Ave., Plainfield, N. J. Andes, William (2) 14 C St., Danville, Pa. Antry, Alan (1) 1419 Cortland St., Bethlehem, Pa. Arnold, Judith (4) .. 5707 High St., Pennsauken 8, N. J. Ashburn, Charles (1) 30 Beckwith St., Niantic, Conn. Aungst, Allen (3) R. D. 1, Pinegrove, Pa. Aurand, Donald (2) R. D. 2, Selinsgrove, Pa. Ayres, Cherie (1) R. D. 2, Clark's Summit, Pa. Bachman, Helen (1) 668 Forrest Ave., Jenkintown, Pa. Bachrach, Alan (2) 1813 Grange Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. Bacon, Ronald (1) 3413 Fairview Rd., Baltimore 7, Md. Bagenstose, Mary (3) 228 Noble Ave., Shoemakersville, Pa. Bagger, Elizabeth (Mrs.) (4) Box 41, Hegins, Pa. Baily, William (2) 201 W. Sickles St., Kennett Square, Pa. Bair, Judith (1) 236 Poplar St., Highspire, Pa. Baney, Donna (1) R. D. 1, Selinsgrove, Pa. Barabas, Edward (2) 8510 Third Ave., N. Bergen, N. J. Barlett, Judith (2) 94 Penn St., Montgomery, Pa. Barnes, Timothy (1) 251 Park St., Mt. Carmel, Pa. Barry, Curtis (3) 29 Redman Terrace, W. Caldwell. N. J. Bartelt, David (1) 28 Walnut Lane, Philadelphia 44, Pa. Baskin, Sally (2) University Heights, Selinsgrove, Pa. Bates, Joseph (1) 123 S. Market St., Selinsgrove, Pa. Baum, Bonnie (1) Market St., Auburn, Pa. Bechtel, Robert (4) 8 High St., Selinsgrove, Pa. Beck, Mary (3) 209 Herr St., Harrisburg, Pa. Beck, Maryon (1) 375 Plainfield Rd., Metuchen, N. J. Beddoe, Janet (1) 261 W. Franklin St., Bound Brook, N. J. Beers, Jane (3) 339 S. 18th St., Allentown, Pa. Behrens, Judith (4) 116 W. Clinton Ave., Tenafly, N. J. Beiger, Peter (2) 141 N. Main St., New Hope, Pa. Bell, Bonnie (1) 1298 Lowther Rd., Camp Hill, Pa. Bellinger, Donald (1) 407 S. Perry St., Johnstown, N. Y. Bence, Barry (1) Lincoln, Pa. Berman, Jay (3) Wilson St. and Grandview Rd., Pottstown, Pa. Berry, Laura C. (3) 515 Morgan Ave., Palmyra, N. J. Betkoski, Leonard (4) 119 Newport St., Glen Lyon, Pa. Bevilacqua, Daniel (1) Duff Ave., Pine Acres, Wenonah, N.J. Biedermann, Richard (2) 350 Warwick Ave., N. Englewood, N. J. Biggs, Sandra (1) M. R. 2, Doylestown, Pa. Billig, Joseph (2) 726 Broadway, Milton, Pa. 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Marsicano, Carol (1) 122 Legion Blvd., Pine Grove, Pa. Martens, Marilyn (1) _ ._ 604 Lake Dr., Baltimore, Md. Martin, Sharon (4) 179 Lockwood Ave., Woodbridge,N. J. Martz, Ronald (1) _ 427 Vine St., Sunbury, Pa. Marzolf, Chester (2) . R. D. 1, Pine Grove, Pa. Mastin, Milton (1) 527 Fairthorne St., Philadelphia 28, Pa. Master, Lois (4) Beaver Springs, Pa. Masullo, Raymond (1) 262 Jackson Ave., Jersey City, N. J. Matera, Barbara (1) . 359 Graphic Blvd., New Milford.N. J. Matson, Peter (1) 106 Walraven Dr., Teaneck, N. J. Mattern, Nancy (1) 205 S. Market St., Shamokin, Pa. Maurer, Ted (3) Main St., Helfenstein, Pa. Mease, Kenneth 12) . 210 W. Chestnut St., Selinsgrove, Pa. Mellon, Seward (1) Huntland Downs, Ligonier, Pa. Mercado, Miguel (1) 366 Sutter Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. Mercer, Joanne (2) 806 Third Ave., Bristol, Pa. Merwin, Irving (2) 145 Belmont St., Waymart, Pa. Meserole, Richard (1) 93-45 210 Place, Bellaire, N. Y. Metz, William (1) 108 N. Tenth St., Easton, Pa. Metzger, Samuel (1) 422 E. Main St., Roaring Spring, Pa. Meyer, Ralph (2) . .. 93 Oxford Place, Glen Rock, N. J. Michael, William (1) 119 Mahoning St., Milton, Pa. Miles, Graydon (1) College Park, Lewisburg, Pa. Miller, Carl (1) 1473 Wayne Ave., York, Pa. Miller, Suzanne (1) . 813 W. Broad St., Quakertown, Pa. Miller, Wayne (1) 604 N. Tenth St., Selinsgrove, Pa. Milroy, Lyman 4) 800 Market St., Mifflinburg, Pa. Minami, Wayne (4), 3963 Fessenden St., N. W., Washington 16, D. C. Minch, Marilyn (1) 217 Oakhaven Dr., Corapolis, Pa. Molin, William (4) 423 Houston Rd., Ambler, Pa. Moll, Terry (4) 234 Independence St., Shamokin, Pa. Moore, William (3) 815 E. Cameron St., Shamokin, Pa. Moreland, Marigail (1) 10 Nuttal Ave., Edgewood, Md. Mores, Herbert (1) .. 321 Union St., Hackensack, N. J. Mosier, Clark (3) R. D. 1, Dallas, Pa. Mowers, George (2) 131 Heather Rd., Upper Darby, Pa. Mowrer, Eugene (2) 596-16th St., Columbia, Pa. Moyer, Anna (1) 2720 Lexington St., Harrisburg, Pa. Moyer, Carl M. (3) 1610 Clive Rd., Oreland, Pa. Moyer, Carl W. (3) Port Trevorton, Pa. Moyer, Carolyn (3) 596 Beck Rd., Souderton, Pa. Muller, Frederick (2) 616 Arbor Rd., Cheltenham, Pa. Mummert, Gerald (2) W. King St., East Berlin, Pa. Murray, Bruce (1) Broadbridge Ave., Stratford, Conn. Murray, Jean (3) 1505 E. Walton Ave., Altoona, Pa. Mutzel, Kenneth (2) 431 Fahs St., York, Pa. Mychak, Dennis (1) 222 W. Avenue, Mt. Carmel, Pa. Myers, Lonnie (1) R. D. 1, Thomasville, Pa. Myers, Rebecca (1) 324 Stoner Ave., Westminster, Md. Myers, Susan (4) 1201 Packer St., Williamsport, Pa. Myers, Thomas (1) 419 S. Fairview St., Lock Haven, Pa. Nace, Francis (4) 1 N. Water St., Selinsgrove, Pa. Nafash, Richard (1) 905 Banta Place, Ridgefield, N. J. Neece, Eleanor (2) . 1200 Walnut St., Williamsport, Pa. Neier, Kathryn (1) 105 Poplar Ave., Hackensack, N.J. Newbury, Robert (1) 219 Center St., Shamokin, Pa. Newton, Margaret (1) 11 School House Lane, Broomal, Pa. Norcross, Diane (1) 88 Fairview Ave., Verona, N. J. Norton, James (2) 75 Washington Lane, Coatesville, Pa. Student Directory Ocker, Carol (1) 908 Fairview Rd.. Hagerstown, Md. Oehlert, Ronald (1) Box 85, R. D. 1, Royersford, Pa. O'Hara, Joseph (2) . 1032 Steel Rd., Havertown, Pa. Ohst, John (3) 57 Catherine St., Lyons, N. Y. Okwiya, Gideon (1) Box 88, Maseno, Kenya O'Neil, Louis (2) 15 N. Main St., Montgomery, Pa. Ostheim, Anne (4) 818 Drexel Ave., Johnstown, Pa. Overholt, Linford (2) .. 7619 Gilbert St., Philadelphia 50, Pa. Owens, Gary (1) R. D. 2, Lewisburg, Pa. Padula, Anthony (3) 1253 Scott St., Kulpmont, Pa. Padula, Samuel (2) 1253 Scott St., Kulpmont, Pa. Parker, James (4) 2115 Oakmont Ave., Havertown, Pa. Parks, James (2) 2 Dixon Ave., Carbondale, Pa. Partridge, Emily (3) 567 Ridgewood Rd., Maplewood, N. J. Pavelko, Ann Ellen (1) ___ ___ 48 W. Main St., Girardville, Pa. Pavlishin, Paul (2) 1240 Harrison St., Philadelphia, Pa. Pearce, William (1) _ ._ 221-B Park Drive Manor, Philadelphia, Pa. Pearson, William (2) ___ 6008 Cobbs Creek Pkwy., Philadelphia, Pa. Pedersen, Doris (3) 16 Deabrook Rd., Westport, Conn. Peischl, Thomas (1) Lutheran Home, Topton, Pa. Pemberton, Philip (4) 2807 Glenwood Rd., Brooklyn, N. Y. Pennypacker, Frank (1) 65 Warwick Rd., Stratford, N. J. Perfilio, Joseph (3) 59 College St., Jersey City, N.J. Perot, James (3) 109 E. Mill St., Flourtown, Pa. Peterson, Lucinda (1) 806 Ogden Ave., Clearfield, Pa. Petrie, Susan (1) 26015 Mt. Vernon Ave., Damascus, Md. Pettit, Eileen (3) 102 Richmond St., Brooklyn 8, N.Y. Peyakovich, Paul (2) 516 N. Delaware Ave., Minersville, Pa. Pfister, Lynn (2) .. 75-22 173 St., Flushing, N. Y. Pfrommer, John (1) 1000 Feist Ave., Pottstown, Pa. Phillips, Elizabeth (4) ___ 19 Summit Ave., Atlantic Highlands, N. J. Phillips, George (2) Gatzmer Ave., Jamesburg, N. J. Pignatore, John (2) 856 E. 172 St., New York, N. Y. Plitt, Barry (1) 711 Pacific Ave., York, Pa. Pokornicky, Edward (1) 77 John St., New London, Conn. Polhemus, Judy (2) R. D. 1, Abbottstown, Pa. Pollard, Ronald (3) 109 E. Line St., Tremont, Pa. Porter, Gerald (4) 301 S. Market St., Selinsgrove, Pa. Potts, Kay (3) 72 High St., Pine Grove, Pa. Potts, Sandra (1) 72 High St., Pine Grove, Pa. Pressley, George (4) 540 Princeton Blvd., Pittsburgh 21, Pa. Price, Jean (1) 121 Lodges Lane, Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. Purcell, Leonard (4) 2816 Ogden Place, Utica, N. Y. Raab. John (4) 386 Forest Ave., Glen Ridge, N.J. Raffetto, David (2) Sugar Bottom Rd., Furlong, Pa. Rawlings, Russell (1) Santee Mill Rd., Bethlehem, Pa. Ray, Frances (1) R. D. 2, Sunbury, Pa. Rayner, Marjorie (2) 26 Strawbridge Ave., Westmont, N. J. Ream, Randall (1) R. D. 6, York, Pa. Reed, Barry (2) Box 65, Sunbury, Pa. Reed, Robert (1) ._ Box 752, Swedesford Rd., Paoli, Pa. Rehmeyer, Edwin (1) Stewardstown, Pa. Reichley, Eric (1) 714 Orange St., Selinsgrove, Pa. Reinhart, William (2) Main St., Greenwich, N. J. Remler, Dan (2) ___ 1351 Martine Ave., Scotch Plains, N. J. Rettinger, Janet (3) 609 Hillcroft Ave., Schuylkill Haven, Pa. Revak, David (1) 240 East Ave., Mt. Carmel, Pa. Reynolds, Douglas (1) R. D., Box 37, Robbinsville, N. J. Rhoades, Richard (1) 147 N. Main St., Nazareth, Pa. Rhodes, Judith (1) 14 Club Coart, Stroudsburg, Pa. Richards, Robert (4) . ... 751 Kelly Drive, York, Pa. Richmond, Lynne (1) 116 Middletown Rd., New Monmouth.N. J. Richter, Larry (4) 1006 Linclon Heights Ave., Ephrata, Pa. Riesmeyer, Ann (3) 5818 Aylesboro Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. Risley, Marilyn (1) __ 1954 Winding Brook Way, Scotch Plains, N.J. Ritzman, Ira (2) R. D. 1, Port Royal, Pa. Roberts, Ruth (4) 636 N. Vine St., Hazleton, Pa. Rodgers, James (2) 903 E. Oakmont Blvd., Johnstown, Pa. Rodkey, John (3) 347 Orange St., Northumberland, Pa. Rogers, James (3) R. D. 2, Selinsgrove, Pa. Rohland, Richard (4) _ ._ 547 E. Second St., Plainfield, N. J. Romig, Linda (2) 1515 Shipman St., Bethlehem, Pa. Roth, Mildred (2) Nuremberg, Pa. Rothermel, Donna (1) 120 S. Market St., Mt. Carmel, Pa. Rothermel, Judith (2) 1100 Penn Ave., Wyomissing, Pa. Rowe, Richard (3) 364 Glenwood Ave., New London, Conn. Rowlands, John (2) 437 E. Market St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Royer, Theron (2) 12 E. Third St., Watsontown, Pa. Rupprecht, Michael (2) 1815 Ebony Dr., York, Pa. Ryan, Adelaide (1) ___ 210 Mitchell St., Ithaca, N.Y. Sabin, Bruce (2) 5 Cranbrook Ave., Somerville, N. J. Samuel, Thomas (3) 37 Warrington Ave., Mt. Ephraim, N. J. Sanberg, Lynn (3) Duke Center, Pa. Sandahl, James (2) 442 Rahway Ave., Woodbridge, N. J. Staow, Robert (1) 5307 Beverly Ave., N. E., Canton 4, Ohio Saylor, Deanne (1) R. D. 1, Dallastown, Pa. Saunders, William (1) 34 South Ave., Mt. Holly, N.J. Schaefer, Ann (4) 327 Howard St., South Williamsport, Pa. Schaffer, Bonita (3) Lattimer, Pa. Schaffrath, Karl (1), 1226 Vermont Ave., N. W., Washington 5, D. C. Scharff, Linda (2) 15 Cummings Ct., Metuchen, N. J. Schenck, Clark (2) R. D. 1, Robesonia, Pa. Schlader, Ronnie (3) 803 Arch St., Ashland, Pa. Schneider, Grant (2) 410 Warren Ave., Ho-Ho-Kus, N. J. Schnure, Sally (1) R. D. 2, Selinsgrove, Pa. Scholl, John (1) 107 Queen Ave., Shamokin Dam, Pa. Schultheis, Robert (1) 708 Hartwell Lane, Philadelphia 18, Pa. Schumacher, David (2) 602 Prospect Ave., Scranton, Pa. Schuyler, Jane (3) 501 Bendermere Ave., Interlaken, N. J. Seaks, Richard (2) Stewartstown, Pa. Seifried, Karen (1) 36 Underwood St., Newark, N.J. Seitz, Steven (1) Kokomo Ave., Hummelstown, Pa. Sewell, Margaret (3) 57 S. Union Ave., Cranford, N. J. Seyss, Daniel (1) 1040 Alpine Drive, Teaneck, N. J. Shaffer, Lawrence (2) 2018 Mulberry St., Harrisburg, Pa. Shamory, Lee (3) R. D. 1, Middleburg, Pa. Shaw, John (1) 400 N. Front St., Milton, Pa. Sheesley, Joyce (4) 1842 North St., Harrisburg, Pa. Sheppard, John (1) 1405 Clearview Ave., Lancaster, Pa. Sherwood, John (2) State St., Nicholson, Pa. Shintay, Patricia (2) 334 E. 20th St., New York 3, N.Y. Shirey, Samuel (3) 538 E. Walnut St., Lewistown, Pa. Shirk, Robert (1) R. D. 2, Lebanon, Pa. Shirk, Waller (3) Main St., Pleasant Gap, Pa. Sholley, Sandra (3) 1212 Market St., Lewisburg, Pa. Sholley, Stanford (4) 1212 Market St., Lewisburg, Pa. Shomper, Dorothy (4) 138 E. Lincoln St., Shamokin, Pa. Shuker, William (3) 14 Charles Ave., Selinsgrove, Pa. Shurr, Victoria (1) 442 Windsor St., Reading, Pa. Silar, Robert (2) 9 Barbara Ave., Willow Street, Pa. Simington, Grace (2) 120 S. James St., Rome, N.Y. Simon, Margaret (2) 303 Beechwood Rd., Berwyn, Pa. Siple, Ann (3) 105 N. High St., Duncannon, Pa. Skinner, James (2) Harriman Knolls, Mt. Kisco, N.Y. Skinner, Lawrence (2) Harriman Knolls, Mt. Kisco, N.Y. Sload, Susan (4) 2147 Woodlawn Ave., Glenside, Pa. Smedley, Judith (1) R. D. 1, Barnesville, Pa. Smiley, Ruth (1) 519 Stanbridge St., Norristown, Pa. Smith, David A. (3) 1551 W. Princess St., York, Pa. Smith, David M. (4) 140 Elmwood St., Emporium, Pa. Smith, Don (2) 313 Garfield St., Du Bois, Pa. Smith, Eleanor (3) 422 Fairmount Ave., Sunbury, Pa. Smith, Lee (1) Box 262, Thompsontown, Pa. Smith, Neil (3) Dornsife.Pa. 149 Student Directory Smith. Robert A. (4) 3950 Waverly Ave., Seaford, N. Y. Smurlo, Bunnie 1 2) _ _ 727 Anneslie Rd., Towson 4, Md. Snyder. Aleida I 1) ._ R. D. 4, Danville, Pa. Snyder. Joseph (2) _ ._ 409 University Ave., Selinsgrove, Pa. Snyder. Lynn (41 235 Pine St., Sunbury, Pa. Snyder, Mary (1) _ ._ 22 W. Patterson St., Lansford, Pa. Snyder, Paul (4) . _ R. D. 1, Dornsife, Pa. Speidell, Walter (2) _ - 143 Sagamore Rd., Millburn, N. J. Spillman. John (4) . . 1102 W. Market St., York, Pa. Spotts, Douglas (31 _ . 110 Keeley Ave., New Britain, Pa. Spriggle, Ann (2) _ Richfield, Pa. Squires, Robert (3) _ 2736 Lexington St., Harrisburg, Pa. Stackhouse, Robert (2) 4 Oakwood Court, Fanwood, N. J. Stahl, Stanley (2) Washingtonville, Pa. Stamps, Penelope (3) . R. D. 2, Pleasantville, N. J. Stauffer, Dianne (2) __ 333 Third St., Weatherly, Pa. Stauffer, Frederick (1) _ - Wyndham Dr., York, Pa. Steinberg, Joyce (2) 100 Sycamore Lane, Wallingford, Pa. Stephenson, Sally I 3) _ 92 Oakview Ave.. Maplewood, N.J. Stevens, John (1) . ..10 Altadena Dr., Mt. Lebanon, Pa. Stichler, Judith (1) _ _ 132 Butter Lane, Reading, Pa. Stockalis, Barbara (2) . ___ 1309 Chestnut St.. Bristol, Pa. Stone, Gary (2) 24 Eurana Ave., Weatherly, Pa. Strang, Edward (1) 697 Edgewood Rd., King of Prussia, Pa. Straubel, Alan (2) _ _ 1154 Julia St., W. Englewood, N. J. Streamer, Richard (1) 422 Kemmerer Rd., State College, Pa. Strieker. Edward (1) 1024 Linglestown Rd., Harrisburg, Pa. Strine, Harry (2) - . 132 S. Sixth St., Shamokin, Pa. Stroh, Thomas (1) _ _ 120 W. Market St., Danville, Pa. Stuck, Wendel (2) _ _ 77 Sheetz Ave., Northumberland, Pa. Sturgis, Nancy (1) 753 Argyle Rd„ North Woods, Glenside, Pa. Styer. Bruce til . R. D. 2, Mifflinburg, Pa. Sugg, Barbara (2) . 729 Beverly Ave., Bethlehem, Pa. Suloman, Robert (2) _ _ R. D. 3, Pottstown, Pa. Summer, Robert (3) 223 Fenimore Lane, Delanco, N.J. Summers, James (2) Pequea Ave., Honey Brook, Pa. Swab, Sandra (4) 2040 Green St., Harrisburg, Pa. Sweet, Marjorie (1) 18 Elizabeth St., Auburn. N. Y. Swenson, Nancy (1) - R. D. 1, Swenson Rd., Boyertown, Pa. Swope, R. Brent (1) 3224 Cloverfield Rd., Harrisburg, Pa. Taylor, Patricia (3) 822 East St., Altoona, Pa. Telgheider, Ernest (3) 291 Avon Rd., Springfield, Pa. Thoman, Peggy (3) _ ._ 108 Manchester St., Glen Rock, Pa. Thomas, Alan (4) 114 Cherry St., E. Greenville, Pa. Thomas, Douglas (2) . 105 W. 94th St., New York 25.N.Y. Toconita, Aurelie (1) _ 2100 Chestnut St., Ardmore, Pa. Tomasko, Suzanne (1) . 223 W. Chapel St., Hazleton, Pa. Topper, John (1) Hyndman, Pa. Trefny, Suzanne (2) - 302 Worminster Rd., Hatboro, Pa. Trailer, Mary Ann (4) 98 Broad St., Selinsgrove, Pa. Trenery, Frank (3) 220 Beynon Dr., Clarks Green, Pa. Treon, John (3) 1055 Packer St., Sunbury, Pa. Tressler. Paul (4) _ ..205 Lincoln Ave., Telford, Pa. Trexler, Roger (4) 189 Greenleaf St., Emmaus, Pa. Tronmetter, James (2) . 609 Hobart St.,- Gordon, Pa. Tomtman, Sandra (3) _ Box 173, R. D., Herndon, Pa. Tushinski, Robert (3) _ 61 Coal St., Glen Lyon. Pa. Tweed, Carolyn (1) _ _ 315 Blue Bell St., Williamstown, N. J. Ueberroth. Timothy (ll ._ 56 E. Lehigh St., Bethlehem, Pa. Uhler, John (2) . 2629 N. Fourth St., Harrisburg, Pa. Ulrich, Joseph (1) _ ._ R. D. 3, Middleburg, Pa. Linger, Kenneth (3) ._ 555% Broadway, Hanover, Pa. Undy, Suzanne (1) - __ 847 Broadway, W. Cape May, N.J. Unglaub, Alfred ll) _ 741 Union Ave., Kenilworth, N. J. Updegrove, Carol (ll _ .564 Water St., Northumberland, Pa. Updegrove, James (4) First St., Muir, Pa. Valunas, Madelyn (31 . 5 N. Water St., Selinsgrove, Pa. Van der Hiel, Rudolph (31 St. George's Rectory, Ardmore, Pa. VanDine, Henry (1) ._ Swamp Road, Doylestown, Pa. VanZandt, James (3) ._ 661 Hawthorne Ave., Pottstown, Pa. Vekassy, Marilyn (3 1 _ . 212 Robbinwood Terrace, Linden, N.J. Vignone, John (ll ... 214 Milford Ave., New Milford, N. J. Voiles, Michael (2) _ ._ Roosevelt St., Wind Gap, Pa. Wagner, Lois (3) 115 Rorer St., Philadelphia 18. Pa. Walker, William (ll . _ 463 N. Fourth St., Sunbury, Pa. Walser, Paul (1) Strawberry Hill, Sugarloaf, Pa. Walters, Peggy (4) _ .. 2297 N. Sherman St., York, Pa. Ward, Harry (3) R. D. 1, Garrett, Pa. Ward, James (41 ._ 201 Kensington Rd., Lynbrook, N. Y. Ward, Virginia (II 64 S. Seventeenth St.. Kenilworth, N.J. Wassam, Linda (3) R. D. 2, Millerstown, Pa. Wasson, Kathye (2) Rixford, Pa. Watson, Robert ( 1 1 _ 1629 Fifth Ave., York, Pa. Watts, Robert (1) 414 Linden St., Lititz, Pa. Waxman, Gerald (2) 1716 Ridgeway Rd., Havertown, Pa. Weathered, Jeannie (3) .. 50 Smith St., Niantic, Conn. Weatherlow, Mary (3) _ 1595 Wabank Rd., Lancaster, Pa. Weaver, Naomi (3) 225 Mulberry St., Catasauqua, Pa. Webster. Hope (1) 609 Shakespeare Ave., Milton, Pa. Weichel, Jeffrey (2) _ 209 N. Sixth St., Stroudsburg, Pa. Wendler, Paul (2) . -12 DeBaun Ave., Ramsey, N.J. Wernikowski, Maria (4), 3861 Country Club Rd., Johnson City, N. Y. West, Mary (1) 6113 Rogers Ave., Pennsauken,N. J. Whitbeck, Norman (2) _ 90 Poplar St., Clarks Summit, Pa. White, Janet (3) _ Box 433, R. D. 3, Norristown, Pa. Whitko, Donald (3) 8 Washington Court, Danville, Pa. Whitney, Jeffrey (3) 83 Bank St., Valley Stream, N. Y. Wiest, Kenneth (3) Box 116, Pillow, Pa. Wilde. James (2) 211 Iron St., Berwick, Pa. Wilkinson, David (ll ._ 5 N. Walndt St., Mt. Carmel, Pa. Williams, Samuel (3) 40 S. Walnut St., Mt. Carmel, Pa. Winans, Rita (1) E. King St., Danbury, Conn. Winegardner, Robert (ll _ -250 Dewitt St., Buffalo, N.Y. Witmer, Eugene (4) Dalmatia, Pa. Witmer, Mary (2) R. D. 1, Dalmatia, Pa. Woernle, Walter (21 5317 Herring Run Dr., Baltimore, Md. Wolcott, Gaye (1) . 1312 Carlisle Rd., Camp Hill, Pa. Wolf, Lloyd (4) 828 Susquehanna Ave., Sunbury, Pa. Wolf, Vaughn (1) - ._ R. D. 2, Port Trevorton, Pa. Woodruff, Dennis (3) 310 N. Nineteenth St., Camp Hill, Pa. Woolley, Dorothy (1) 218 Maple Ave., Hershey, Pa. Yaggi, Frank (31 1001 Lindale Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. Yeager, Pamela (2) 50 Church St., Macungie, Pa. Yingling, Herbert (3) . .. 209 Dry Valley Rd., Burnham, Pa. Yoder, Jesse (1) _ R. D. 1, Winfield, Pa. Yohe, Michael (4) Old Forge Hghts., Spring Grove, Pa. Young, James (2) — 538 E. Fourth St., Nescopek, Pa. Zacharias, Judith (3) 944 E. Walnut St., Hanover, Pa. Zampetti, Blase (3) _ ._ 59 W. Fourth St., Beyonne.N.J. Zeilman, Donna (2) 626 W. Penn St., Carlisle, Pa. Zelinsky, Michael (1) - 507 Lake Ave., Lyndhurst, N. J. Zerbe, Gary (1) R. D. 1, Dalmatia, Pa. Ziegler, Audry (1) 741 Argyle Rd., North Woods, Glenside, Pa. Zimmerman, James (1) 204 N. Front St., Wormleysburg, Pa. Zimmerman, Nancy (3) 28 Crescent Rd., Livingston, N. J. Zimmerman, Nita (3) 221 W. Market St., Orwigsburg, Pa. Zimmerman, Roger (3) P. O. Box 38, Shamokin Dam, Pa. Zimmerman, Susan (1) 509 Packer St., Sunbury, Pa. Zook, Nancy (2) 1724 Niblick Ave., Lancaster, Pa. 150 The Lanthorn Staff Editor Carol Gresh Assistant Editor ------.-... Joe Joyce Business Manager Jim Campbell Assistant Business Manager ........ Alan Kiel Layout Editor Jane Kump Assistant Layout Editor ......... Pat Taylor Feature Editor Candy Fink Sports Editor ........... Bob Squires Assistant Sports Editors Barb Jordan, Dave Hackenberc Copy Editor Fred Fisher Assistant Copy Editors Irene Etter, Carol Hirschman, Neil Smith, Eileen Pettit Sophomore Assistant -------- Barbara Stockalis Photography Manager Barry Kauffman Assistant Photography Managers ■ - Ann Ferrence, Jeannie Weathered Photographer Glen Hostetter Head Typist Judy Kipp Faculty Adviser Mr. George Tamke Editor's Note Editing a yearbook calls for teamwork. And to the team which helped make this 1962 Lanthorn a reality, I wish to express my sincere thanks: To the entire Lanthorn staff for unyielding support and cooperation; To Mr. Tamke for his patience and helpful advice; To the administration, faculty, and student body for their cooperation and understanding through all the rigors involved in picture-taking; To Schindler and Vannucci Studios for excellent service; To Grit Publishing Company for competence and consideration. C. G. 151 The 1962 Spring Supplement, to be published during the summer, may be inserted here ^^™^^^^^™^^^ 152 Panhellenic Pledge Dance m » S2 ADPi Pledge Ann Griffith wel- corned into membership by Barbara Jordan. Bassanio: "Fair Portia's counterfeit! What demi-god hath come so near creation?" Shylock: "But yet I'll go in hate, to Morocco: "Deliver me the key: Here feed upon the prodigal Christian." do I choose, and thrive as I may!" P < : II ' ( i A ' t —* Portia: "Be merciful! Take thrice thy money; bid me tear the bond." SHAKESPEARE-1962 'The Merchant of Venice" presented by THE SUSQUEHANNA UNIVERSITY PLAYERS and directed by DR. BRUCE L. NARY Gratiano: "Beg that thou may have leave to hang thyself!* S3 First Row — Rich McCloskey, Terry Kissinger, Don Green, Les Butler, John Luscko, John Vignone, Ron McGlaughlin, Jim Gibney, Chuck Eberly, Sam Williams. Second Roiv — Harvey Horowitz, Joe Billig, Dave Smith, Bill Gerkens, Paul Wendler, Gary Zerbe, Jim Hutchinson, Ben DiFrancesco, Manager George Mowers, Coach Jim Garrett. Baseball Golf Final Record — 16 Won — 10 Lost Final Record — 2 Won — 6 Lost First Row — Norm Whitbeck, Dave Hackenberg, Co-captain Norm Harris, Co-captain Bar- ry Markowitz, Don Smith. Second Row — Manager Dick Bhoades, Bobert Satow, Evert Anderson, Bobert Shirk, Lar- ry Cooper, Don Bowes, Head Coach John Barr. S4 First Rotv — Fred Dunkelber- ger, Jack Graham, Captain Lynn Snyder, Clark Mosier, Len Purcell, Roger Trexler. Second Row — Richie Caruso, AI Krichev, Stan Sholley, George Pressley, Jay Snyder, Coach Fred Grosse. Tennis Track Final Record — 7 Won — 6 Lost Final Record — 4 Won — 5 Lost First Row — Bob Reed, Bill Galbraith, Dave Smith, Bill Pearson, Captain Chet Marzolf, Joe David, Erie Broadt, Ron Gilbert, Skip O'Hara, Doug Allen, John Seholl. Second Rote — Bob Winegardner, Bill Billotte, Geoff Watson, Graydon Miles, Carl Miller, Mike Zelinsky, Paul Filipek, Al Thomas, John Frederick, Dennis Mychak, Larry Erdman. Coaches — Bob Windish, Dan Sekanovich. ■8m& C )&$%* Lynn and Lynn as Applegate and Lola in one of iheir many fine scenes. Excellent musicianship and real show spirit characterize the band for the production. "Damn Yankees" Hem Ewing and Linda Wassam as Joe and Meg in their key roles. Male and female choruses added fun and variety to the splendid musical. S6 f X, C **V v s \ V 1962 May Court — Judith Behrens, Bette Davis, Louella Cocco- drilli, Queen Sally Locketl, Judith Brndjar, Patricia Goetz, Judith Arnold, Joan Haefle. May LAINTHORN dedication presentation made to Dr. Robison. 0^Mh, Joan Lawley, John Raab— student winners of 1962 Alumni award. The award was designed by Mr. George Tamke. V " f Queen Sally reigned over May Day festivities in the Big Tent on May 12. The End of Another Year Commencement speaker Haller stressed the importance of the "un- common man. National affiliation of 5. U.'s fourth fraternity made official. SAI Chorus Chicago-bound for national convention this summer. ■ fef >-f *•> 'fin saM»»:« xr * 1 j ! j u . 3 4998 0027 8163 6 ;BL0UGH-WEIS LIBRARY DOES NOT CIRCULATE ^ ARCHIVES SUSQUEHANNA UNIVERSITY V-"'