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THROUGH A WINDOW 





UNIVERSITY 




The campus of West Virginia University 
is a window facing a universe of knowledge 
and experience. By its shining panes pass all 
varieties of people, information, and ideas 
from which we students select our friends, our 
future occupations, and our beliefs and stand- 
ards. Through the window of college life we 
catch an insight into the numerous realms of 
wisdom and achievement and a glimpse of 
truth which contains a shimmering reflection 
of ourselves. As scholars we have seen those 
who work hard succeed and those who lack 
perseverance and vision fail miserably; we 
have been exposed to disappointment and 
reward, joy and sorrow, hope and despair. 
In short, samples of life's most valuable lessons 
have paraded before us that we might select 
the building blocks for our future. 

Soon the glass will be broken, and we will 
step into a vast new world of conflict and 
challenge, relying on our four years of learn- 
ing and experience for the fashioning of a 
prosperous, satisfying life. Today and in the 
years to come, may the 1963 MONTICOLA 
serve as a window through which we may once 
again see and recapture our objective views 
of problems, our youthful ideals, our high as- 
pirations. In its pages, the friendships, the 
fraternities and clubs, and good times" will 
ever remain alive to awaken the true values 
which we discovered and molded during our 
years on the campus of West Virginia Uni- 
versity. 



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M O N T I C O L A 




ADMINISTRATION 6 

EVENTS 18 
LEADERSHIP & SERVICE 50 

ORGANIZATIONS 82 

ROYALTIES 118 

GREEKS 136 

SPORTS 202 



CLASSES 



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T^INISTRATION 




The administration of any great university must be com- 
prised of leaders who possess intelligence, integrity, and 
experience. The body of men and women who compose the 
Administration of West Virginia University possesses these 
attributes. They are highly skilled in the organization and 
continuous functioning of our University in the various phases 
of its operation. 

The Administration of W.V.U. is something different to 
each student. To some, the members of the administrative 
body are only names, someone about whom they have heard 
but do not know. To others, these men and women are 
friends, individuals whom they know and who know them. 
Yet, few students fully realize what the Administration does, 
how vital a part of our University it Is. It is a unifying body, 
the core of W.V.U. that keeps our University running 
smoothly. 

Our Administration is composed of many individuals who 
deal with various aspects of the University, yet it is one body; 
It is taken for granted by the majority of the student body, 
yet each day our lives are touched by it; it is concerned with 
the present, yet it is the body that envisions the future of 
the University, and that shapes this distant future into a near 
tomorrow 

The aims of our Administration are many: to educate the 
thousands of students by the instruction of the hundreds; 
to develop well-rounded Individuals and good citizens by 
education, leadership, athletics and social life; to stretch 
and mold the dollars that are few into the concrete and 
steel structures that will house the many; to develop men 
and women who will contribute something to the good of 
the world and who will lead and inspire those who will follow 
them; to make W.V.U. an outstanding University, a Univer- 
sity renowned nationwide, a University of which every stu- 
dent and alumnus can truly be proud. 



A LOOK AT THE LEADERS 



Members of the Administration confer with foreign students at an orientati< 
program. 




Dr. and Mrs. Miller welcome new students to the President's Reception 






GOVERNOR 



WILLIAM WALLACE BARRON 





OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR 



Wi 1.1.1AM W»tL»cc Bao 



Oitober 21, 1962 



Miss Karen li. liallengoo 
Editor-in-Chief 
The Monti CO la, 1963 
West Virginia University 
Morgantown, West Virginia 

Dear Miss Ballengee: 

Recognizing the groat growth and progress achieved by 
West \irginia University, it is with extreme pride and pleasure 
that I send greetings and best wishes to the student body, the 
faculty and the administration of this fine educational insti- 
tution. 

I also congratulate the Monticola for the outstanding 
job It IS doing in recording the happenings of campus life at 
WVU. This yearbook is always one of the most attractive and 
most interesting of the many produced bv universities and 
colleges of the nation. Your entire staff is to be corranended. 

In these swiftly-changing times, in an era that undoubt- 
edly will see man reach the moon, it is comforting and reassuring 
to ne to know that West Virginia University is makinc) truly 
valuable strides forward in its over-all program. We have no 
greater responsibility than that of seeing that our young men 
and women are provided with the opportunity for ma.\imum develop- 
ment of their abilities. 

As a graduate, certainly I am proud of West Virginia 
University. 1 am confident that it will continue to move ahead. 




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GOVERiNOR 



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First Row: 

FORREST H. KIRKPATRICK 

JAMES H. SWADLEY 

President 

CHARLES C. WISE, Jr. 

Secretary 



Second Row; 

K. DOUGLAS DOWERS 
OKEY B. GLENN 
CYRUS S. KUMP 




RAYMOND E. SALVATI 
WILLIAM G. THOMPSON 
Vice-President 
FRANK J. 2SOLDOS 



BOARD OF GOVERNORS 



The direction of the educational, administrative, business, and financial 
affairs of West Virginia University is vested in the Board of Governors. A bi- 
partisan group whose members are appointed by the Governor, the Board is 
composed of nine men from various parts of the state. The terms of service 
are staggered, thus the Board at all times has experienced members serving. 
The members of the Board of Governors are, traditionally, state leaders who 
devote much time and energy in working for the betterment of our University. 
Through their work with W.V.U., they wield much Influence in the guiding of 
the educational progress of the entire state. The men of the Board come from 
various occupational fields and the diversity of their abilities has been instru- 
mental In West Virginia University's becoming a leading state university. 




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PRESIDENT OF W. V. U 



ITIfsf iUrginia ibiiiorraiip 

For the 1963 Honticola 

To '.Vest Virginia University Students: 

The publication of this Monticola somes at a time i.-hen the senior class 
is graduating and the other classes are moving up to take its place; it is a tine 
of confusion and excitement, both for the graduates, who are soon to leave the 
University to take up occupations elsewhere, as well as for the undergraduates, 
who are beginninj; new chapters in their college life. All of you will read and 
re-read this annual, but finally the book will be put aside with the other 
personal documents of University life. Years hence, when the book is uncovered 
somewhere in a dusty attic, the discovery id.li awahen sensitivities long dormant, 
and you will remember yourself as you were so many years ago. It is for that 
nor.ent of reminiscence that this letter is written. 

'.Vhat then will be your abiding impression of the University? './ill your 
education have survived the vagaries of time? '.fill the 'Jniversity have 'oeen a 
place that proirided you with manj' of the intellectual and moral tools -rfhich make 
you a truly free individual, devoted to self -improvement as well as the progress 
of society? '.fill it be the place where you will want to send your children? Or 
v;ill it be only a haze in the past that leaves you v;ith nothing more than an 
occasional anecdote to tell about your growing up? 

Hopefully, 'ifest Virginia University will be as viable to you then as 
it was when you were a student. Hopefully too, it vri.ll have stood the test of 
time as a truly outstanding institution of higher education that will deserve your 
increasing si^port. Just as its values should have caused you to feel concern 
about the higher aspirations of mankind. If this does not prove to be true, that 
day in the distant future, then you and I will know that we have faile-i 
■Jniversity. 



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President 



ADMINISTRATORS 




KENNETH EARL PENROD 
Vice-President of the University 






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J. EVERETT LONG 
Registrar 



MISS LOUISE KEENER 
Comptroller 





JOSEPH C. GLUCK 
Director of Student Affairs 



MISS BETTY BOYD 
Dean of Women 




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ADMINISTRATORS 



JOHN J. LAWLESS 
Director of Health Service 





CARL M. FRASURE 

Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences 



ERNEST J. NESIUS 

Dean of the College of Agriculture, Forestry, and Home Economi( 



EARL L. BOGGS 

Dean of the College of Education 



DEANS 





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T. C. CAMPBELL 

Dean of the College of Commerc 




KENNETH V. RANDOLPH 
Dean of the School of Dentistry 





CHESTER A. ARENTS 

Dean of the College of Engineering 



JOHN F. GOLAY 

Dean of the Graduate School 





QUINTUS WILSON 

Dean of the School of Journalism 



CLYDE L. COLSON 

Dean of the College of Law 





RICHARD E. DUNCAN 
Dean of the School of Music 



IvIiSS DOROTHY M. MAJOR 
Dean of the School of Nursing 





C. K. SLEETH 

Dean of the School of Medicine 



CHARLES T. HOLLAND 
Dean of the School of Minos 





P.. O. BACH MAN 

Dean of the School of Pharmacy 



RAY O.DUNCAN 

Dean of the School of Physical Education 




EVENTS 




A cheering crowd at the Homecoming game, Centennial 
enthusiasm spiriting the events of Greater West Virginia 
Weekend, the panic of Final Week, thundering applause as 
the final curtain of "Little Mary Sunshine" comes down, the 
thought-provoking programs of Life Week — all these provide 
a bird's-eye view into the heart and spirit of West Virginia 
University. Between the confusion and uncertainty of Fresh- 
man Week and the pride of Commencement lie innumerable 
events designed to afford enjoyment, opportunities, intel- 
lectual stimulation, and creative pleasure for the entire stu- 
dent body. Educational opportunities meet the student every- 
where, not only in the classroom, but in the cultural programs, 
committee work, and the development of leadership abilities 
through practical experience. 

The various events on campus offer an unlimited variety of 
activities designed to appeal in some way to every student. 
For music and drama students, music-school productions 
and the University Theater provide a "proving ground" for 
hard-earned skills and hopeful aspirations. Student perform- 
ances were supplemented this year by such noted groups as 
the American Arts Trio and the Four Saints. For campus 
"big wheels," Leadership Conference offers opportunities to 
discuss and solve campus problems. And on the committees 
for every big week-end event, there are places for prospec- 
tive artists, writers, and executive leaders — in fact, there is 
work for anyone who is willing to give fully of his time and 
abilities. 

All of the W.V.U. campus events center around partici- 
pation and enjoyment. The ability to give of one's self and 
the value of friendly cooperation are both important factors 
in the preparation for every event and in the shaping of 
well-rounded graduates. And the pleasure and sincere fun 
to be found in campus events, whether gained through ap- 
preciation or participation, play a most vital role in our cam- 
pus life. 




Kathy Whittlngton named Campus Centennial Queen 



&E College Bowl contestants practice before the big day 




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Much preparation and woric occur before the dance 



PLANNED BY AND FOR THE STUDENTS 



Excitement at the Powder Puff Football game 





Morgantown residents take freshmen home for "A Night on the Town." 



FRESHMEN WEEK 



How did you ever guess we're freshmen? 




The weather is not the only thing that changes in Septem- 
ber. The taces on the campus of West Virginia University 
also change. September brings to the University a new group 
of freshmen, filled with anticipation and with misgivings . . . 
class of '66. To help these new scholars become oriented to 
their home away from home . . . Freshmen Week . . . with its 
convocations, meetings, and, of course, social events. Where 
does it all begin? . . . the parking lot . . . "My luggage is 
missing" . . . "I'll write" . . . "Do I have to wear a beanie?" 
People to meet, the President of the University, the Dean 
of Women . . . roommates . . . "But this closet is so small!" 
. . . And this special week, set aside for this very purpose. 



Don't they make these texts in paperbacks? 





Frasure greets new Arts and Sciences student 



GoUy, my hometown paper! 



Never underestimate the Freshmen Guides 




But I don't want six 8 o'cloclts 



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RUSH 




First step in rush— the Roundtable 



For those who are seeking brotherhood or sisterhood 
through fraternity or sorority life, rush is the first step. The 
uncertainties, anxieties, and joys which are compressed into 
the three short weeks of rush are countless. For almost every- 
one involved there is the enjoyment of laughter with others 
. . . meeting fellow students . . . parties without end . . . skits 
. . . "Did she cry?" . . . pledging ... a general feeling of be- 
ing drawn closer to University life. Each Greek puts his best 
foot forward during rush to show why his house is the best 
house, allowing the rushee to choose that place where he will 
find his brothers or sisters to be. 



Girls, I've just had a fa 




Remember — this is our secret handshake 





This is the last time WE'LL be on our knees 



Are we ever glad to see you-al 





Don't believe a word of it 




I knew I brought the wrong clothes to college 




Miss and Mr. Mountaineer receive -trophies 

MOUNTAINEER 
WEEKEND 



Although "the home of the Mountaineers" the year round, 
the campus takes on a truly authentic atmosphere during 
this week end. Powder Puff football . . . Beards . . . Moun- 
taineer dresses . . . house decorations ... Mr and Miss Moun- 
taineer . . . the last home game. The Brothers Four and the 
Four Saints provide an exciting climax to a real pioneer 
week end. 



STEERING COMMITTEE: Left -lo Right, First Row: Barbara Downey. 
Sandi Smith, Bonnie Toms, Glenn Toms, DD Willard, Pam Paul. Second 
Row: Martha Post, Barbara Mummart, Beverly Sullivan, Sandy Ross, Bill 
Thompson, Mountaineer, Pat Brown, Bob Strauch, Georqe Pertain, Bob 

Henzmann. 




GLENN TOMS 
Chairman 





Hmm. Wonder how long it would take me? 




Llston woman I don'» like your Irnees showln' 



Miss Mountaineer candidate is interviewed 




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HOMECOMING 
WEEKEND 



Morgantown comes alive and all available space is taken 
as the alumni return to the W.V.U. campus tor Homecoming 
Weekend . . . parade . . . floats . . . Oh, that last-minute 
panic! . . . thuse and bonfire . . . snake dance down tHigh Street 
. . . speeches . . . tradition . . . school pride . . . Mortar Board 
mums . . . teas, receptions and parties . . . smiles and gala 
reunions . . . fond memories . . . hlomecoming Queen . . . 
football . . . dance at the Lair. What a wonderful week end 
for meeting with friends, old and new. 



Ann Johnson Is crowned In half-time ceremony 




STEERING COMMITTEE: Lett to Right, First Row: Bill Haslam, Donna 
Mamula, Carol Flenniken, Susan Emblen. Chris Sarandon, Coordinator. 
Second Row: Charles Dayton Hylton. Ill, Juhling McClung, Dave Faber, 
Tom Spelsberg, Steve Conrad, Tom Deberry, Jay Fast. J. J. Curtis. 
Blane Michael. 



It just dropped yrom the sky! 





CHRIS SARANDON 
Coordinator 





The AGR Mountaineer rides the t^rst-place Hoat 



The Gamma Phi's "magically" capture first place — again 



Queen Ann and her court circle Mountaineer Field 




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I'll have my revenge +omorrow night 



Rudolph's nose was never like mine 




You read it — I'm fo 




CHRISTMAS 



As if a huge and mystical alarm had been rung, the beauty 
and joy of Christmas began to pervade the University at- 
mosphere on the day after Thanksgiving vacation. Johnny 
Mathis Christmas albums . . . trees . . . parties . . . serenades 
. . . gifts for special people . . . "Why must he give an exam 
now?" . . . Vacation is not far off. 'Tis truly the season to be 
jolly. 




"TIs the season fo be iolly." 



From Mr. Trash to Santa Claus in one easy lesson 



The Phi Sigs and their dates celebrate 





FINAL WEEK 



With the coming of January and May inevitably comes 
final week. Back reading — just 800 pages . . . research papers 
due . . . procrastination doesn't pay at all . . . "I promise I'll 
really study next semester" . . . "Oh, I have three in a row" 
. . . writer's cramp . . . "One large black coffee to go, please." 
But with the end of finals there is the relief of another semes- 
ter behind and a fresh new start ahead. 




The hour of doom Is almost upon me 





It's all over but the shouting. 



Let's shed some light on the subject 



Che(?r up — you've only got twelve more finals 





MARY JANE MULHOLLAND 
Coordinator 





Jerome Ellison addresses s+udenfs at convoca + io 



Life Week desserts — "food for thought." 



STEERING COMMITTEE, Left to Right, First Row: Susan E. Williams. 
Mary Jane Mulhoiland, Coordinator; Patti Meyer. Second Row: Steve 
Norcross, George A. Sample. Robert B. Stone. Not Pictured: Linda T. 
Weller. Linda Fleming, John Skinner, Mrs. Harriet Shetler, Advisor. 



A week Is a very short time to be devoted to a subject as 
broad as life. We ask, "Am I making a playground out of 
?" . . . guest speakers . . . Jerome Ellison . . . Richard 
panel discussions . . . desserts with a program 
of serious thought . . . introspection and self-appraisal . . . 
No, a week Is not a long time. But If it provides the stimula- 
tion needed to awaken our minds, its effects will be long- 
lasting. And, after all, is this not the main purpose of Life 
Week? 



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Shearer 



Shearer causes us to reflect on college days 





LIFE WEEK 




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Pssst, her seams aren't straight 





We forgot to take the flubber off our shoe 



SPHINX TALENT 



The Sphinx Talent Show is the answer to a talent scout's 
"dream." Here he finds a variety of talent and skill that he 
will nowhere else see. Excitement . . . nerves . . . make-up 
. . . lights . . . "My costume's gone" ... "I can't remember 
my lines" . . . first place to the Kappas for the third time 
gives them the trophy to keep ... Phi Psi's top the men . . . 
Chi O's and Alpha Xi's — happy runners-up . . . PiKa's and 
Delts take second and third places. The weeks of practice, the 
grueling hours of work on scenery, the concentration of tal- 
ent, the hours spent polishing the finished product are all 
worth the result — an entertaining and professional show. 



Hee, hee, hee. I'll see her later 




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I don't see much to this modern art 



SHOW 



Who. ME— afraid of the big bad wolf? 





Two lovelies slink to first place with "Gypsy." 



And they say there Isn't a recession 





STEERING COMMITTEE, Left '.o Right, First Row; Barbara Downey, 
Susan Williams, Co-ordinator: Carolyn Springer. Second Row: Flicka 
Daniel, Perry Johnson, John Corrie, Wilfred S. Boayue, Sharyn Worrell. 
Not Pictured: Nancy Myres, Ellen Warder, Murhl Flowers, Michael 
Yurko, Steve Conrad, Corky Sergent, Vikki Loufakis, Kay Baker, Christine 
Langfitt. 



Students and faculty working together to help other uni- 
versities throughout the world constitute the core of the 
World University Service. On the WVU campus, the drive 
is a year-long project, with half of the funds earmarked for 
Tanganyika. Bucket brigade at the Pitt game led by Spokes 
and Sphinx . . . Rice and Tea Sacrifice Dinner . . . nomina- 
tions for the teacher who is "Reaching to Teach" — a penny 
a vote and the winner, Dr. William Barnes . . . Faculty Drive 
. . . speakers . . . charcoal sketches ... All of the publicity 
and fund-raising projects will serve the purpose of making 
education available to more students all over the world. 



With such good candidates, this is a hard decision 




WORLD 

UNIVERSITY 

SERVICE 




Spokes lends a hand with the bucket brigade 



SUSAN WILLIAMS 
Coordinator 






"Swing your partner and promenade.' 



Hey. where are my other presents? 



KAY LYNN HOUZE 
Coordinator 




Dog Patch characters are not the only ones who have a 
Sadie Hawkins' Day. West Virginia University also lets its 
ladies chase their favorite beaus once a year. Girls ask boys 
out . . . "Hope no one else has asked him" . . . "Where 
would you like to go? ' . . . "Did you have to order steak?" 
. . . crazy corsages . . . Man of the Century . . . launching 
pad — the Lair . . . Fellows' Frolic and did they ever! . . . 
I'm sure glad this comes only once a year." At the end of 
the week, the fellows feel reimbursed and can assume their 
roles again, but wifh a little more satisfaction. 



GOLDDIGGER'S 
WEEKEND 



STEERING COMMITTEE. Left to Right. First Row: Kay Lynn 
Houze. Coordinator. Susan Emblen. Second Row: DO Willard. 
Shea Lee Davis. Third Row: Joanna Pitser. Carolyn Springer. 
Eleanor Watson, Sally McCue. Nancy Nunn, Beverly Sulli- 
van. Margaret Mann. 





Only $1,729,827.15 bid for thl$ lovely slave? 




GREEK WEEK 




PAM WOLFE 
JOHN MARTIN 
Co-Coordinators 



I feel lust like Tom Sawyer 



STEERING COMMITTEE, Left to Right, First Row: Ronald Himmer. 
Dave Faber, Jim Grotz, John Criss, Bill Ridings, Second Row: Kay 
Biddle, Susan Hofstetter, Pam Wolfe, Co-Coordinator, John Martin, 
Co-Coordinator, Carol Fiennilten, Carol Zinkus. Third Row: David 
Johnson, Sue Jones, Robert Brown, James Boomer, Mary Ann Eckert, 
Gaye Litz. 





Now, did you h«v« io play fhaf card? 



And a good time was had by all at Men's Pan 

Each spring the Greeks on campus participate In a week- 
long program designed to further the principles of the 
Greek system and to promote good will between them- 
selves and the campus. Greek Leadership Conference . . . 
dinner at Mont Chateau . . . convocation . . . desserts and 
discussions . . . bridge tournament . . . painting guard rails 
as a service project . . . TGIF . . . slave auction . . . "What 
am I bid for this pair of lovelies?" . . . costumes . . . party 
hopping . . . Men's Pan . . . Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra . . . 
beautiful queen and proud sponsoring fraternity. Greek 
Week is a busy, Informative, and fun-filled time, and, hope- 
fully, a week from which everyone profits. 




If you won't look at my legs, I won't look at yours 




UNIVERSITY 
THEATER 




LITTLE MARY SUNSHINE, Mr. Charles Neel. Director 




ARSENIC AND OLD LACE. Assistant Professor Joe Ford, Director 



The excitemenf which pervades Reynolds hHall on the 
opening night of a University Theater production is second 
only to Broadway. Variety in the productions is unmatched. 
Musical comedy — Little Mary Sunshine . . . Greek tragedy — 
Antigone . . . realism and drama — The Diary of Anne Frank 
. . . comedy — Arsenic and Old Lace. Rehearsals night after 
night . . . learning lines . . . singing, dancing, acting . . . 
costumes . . . directors . . . publicity . . . "Sold Out" . . . 
opening night . . . full house . . . curtain calls. The professional 
quality of each production is the result of dedicated stu- 
dents who build scenery, paint backdrops, create costumes, 
plan the lighting, rehearse for weeks, and finally present a 
production which is anticipated and welcomed by students 
and townspeople alike. 



DAIRY OF ANNE FRANK, Mr. Ronald Reed, Director 



ANTIGONE, Mrs. Lenette Hardin, Director 






LITTLE MARY SUNSHINE, March 13-19 



DAIRY OF ANNE FRANK, May 9-1 I 





ARSENIC AND OLD LACE, .N.,..::,L..r 1-3 



ANTIGONE, December 6-7 




STEERING COMMITTEE, Left to Right, First Row: Ray E. Pierce, Betty 
Pokrywka, Samuel Gall. Second Row: Bob Arnott, Barry Berisford, 
Coordinator. 



Proving that culture need not be cut and dry, this year's 
Great Artist Series presented a variety of the finest per- 
formers. There has been a program for every taste. The 
Shal(espearian readings by Maurice Evans and hielen htayes 
. . . Carlos Montoya's flamenco guitar . . . Peter, Paul, and 
Mary . . . the Budapest Trio . . . America Dances . . . the 
National Symphony . . . excitement of seeing someone great. 
Those who took advantage of the events offered by this 
year's series will never forget them. 



CULTURAL 
SERIES 



BARRY BERISFORD 
Coordinator 




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CARLOS MONTOYA 



MAURICE EVANS, HELEN HAYES 





PETER. PAUL. AND MARY 




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SEAN O'FAOLIN 



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Distinguished lecturers and speakers fronn all walks of life 
visit the campus, enlightening those who are wise enough to 
listen. In addition, music has free reign, rainging from clas- 
sical presentations to jazz. The American Arts Trio . . . Uni- 
versity Percussion Ensemble ... Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia . . . 
Carnegie Fine Arts String Quartet . . . Freedom Singers . . . 
Irish author Sean O'Faolin . . . Assistant Secretary of State 
for International Organization Affairs, Harlan Cleveland . . . 
President qf Alderson-.'Broaddus College, Dr. Richard E. 
Shearer . . . Director of Southeast Asian Affairs, Henry L. 
Koren. The opportunities for the University student to enjoy 
music and informative lectures are endless. Never again will 
so much be available to him for so little. 



UNIVERSITY PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE 

CONCERTS AND 
CONVOCATIONS 



HENRY L. KOREN 




WILLIAM A. JONES 
Coordlnafor 



QOE£N FINALISTS. Lett to Rign 
nilen, Patricia Sullivan. 



MILITARY BALL 




STEERING COMMIITEE Left to Right, First Row: Grover B. Katzman, 
Glenn D. Hoover, Jr., John A. Balasko, Carl Zalatori!., Richard P. Sim- 
mons, Jr. Second Row: William A. Jones, Coordinator. Ned H. Raqland. 
Jr.. David R. Raines, Robert W. Minney. Chairman. David K. Cummings. 



Once a year, floor-length formals may be seen hanging 
fronn all available objects in +he rooms of University coeds. 
It's time for the Military Ball with all of its splendor, formality, 
and fancy dress. Army ROTC . . . corsages . . . elegant 
dresses . . . handsome uniforms . . . May I help you with 
your wrap?" . . . ceremony ... I could have danced all night 
. . . "What a beautiful queen!" . . . attendants . . decora- 
t'ons ... "I feel just like Cinderella with Prince Charming" 
. . . Mel Gillespie's music. The dance is over before it has 
really begun. Now comes the long wait until next year's Mili- 
tary Ball. 



Major General Andrew R. Lolli crowns Kathryn Whittington as the 1963 
Military Ball Queen. 




GREATER WEST VIRGINIA WEEKEND 




Just eye those trophies and sing! 



Colson and Spurr receive Order of Vandatia Award 



Beta Theta Pi presents the James Marshall Award 






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BYRON KALLAM 
Coordinator 



Greater West Virginia Weekend is filled with the beauti- 
ful pageantry and cerennony of a thriving university. Dis- 
tinguished alumni and visitors . . . selected guides . . . "The 
Diary of Anne Frank" . . . tours and displays . . . parents arm- 
in-arm with their sons and daughters . . . corsages for 
Mother's Day . . . dedication of the mast of the USS West 
Virginia by Admiral Stump . . . tapping . . . Link Day cere- 
monies . . . honors . . . white dresses and jackets . . . colorful 
ribbons, arrows, and tinkling bells . . . red carnations . . . 
Order of the Vandalia . . . Mother's Day Sing . . . competi- 
tion . . . songs of the State's history . . . gleaming trophies. 
The festivities are stately and solemn, reflecting an ever- 
greater university and state. 



Outstanding freshn 
Helvetia. 



nen are honored by election to 





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Li-Toon-Aw« members, old and new, <orm the crossed arrows 



STEERING COMMITTEE, Left to Right, First Row: Becky McCue, Pam 
Paul, Byron Kallam, Coordinator, Mary Beth Morgan, Betsy Ross. Second 
Row: Christine Langfitt, Bill Nickles, Janet Philippi, Steve Conrad. Carol 
Flenniken, Dave Faber, Mary Jane Mulholland. Third Row: Charles Frame. 
Robert Mehall, Bruce Leech, Ron Wilkinson. 




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Campus leaders halt discussion for a plctur 



LEADERSHIP 
CONFERENCE 



Is a leadership conference a conference for leaders? Per- 
haps, but more important, it is time set aside for the build- 
ing of leaders. It is a time when the things which have proved 
helpful to one person may be shared by others in the group 
for the benefit of the entire campus. Nominations by a 
sponsoring group . . . applications to fill out . . . Camp Muf- 
fly . . . "You mean we sleep in log cabins?' . . . meetings and 
discussions . . . solving problems ... "I think that's a good 
point." And when the weekend is over, there will be in- 
creased insight and understanding which will serve to better 
our campus. 




Hmmn, that is a problen 



STEERING COMMITTEE, Left to Right, First Row: Sharon Burmelster, 
Susan Williams. Patty Sullivan, Second Row: Odi Casali, Ray Evans, 
Larry Starcher, Richard Haden, Coordinator. 



RICHARD HADEN 
Coordinator 






End of one road — beginning of another 



Speakers encourage seniors in their pursuits 





With all the linowlcdge I've gained, my head should be bigger 



COMMENCEMENT 



The end of one road is reached with Commencement. 
Doors have opened up to us along this road, disclosing knowl- 
edge and the ways of the world. At last the long-awaited 
degree secure in our hands . . . long and stately processions 
. . . caps and gowns . . . tears and smiles ... a hearty hand- 
shake with a firm and meaningful grasp ... "I still feel like 
a freshman." We must say good-bye to friends, to buildings 
which have housed us for so long, to things which have be- 
come a part of us. But we must remember the real meaning 
of Commencement: the beginning rather than the end. 





LEADERSHIP AND SERVICE 




At West Virginia University, as on every college campus, 
are those students who are recognized as contributing much 
time and effort to serving their school. These campus lead- 
ers have attained the ultimate in human endeavor and 
achievement in various fields. 

Leadership and service are important parts of any uni- 
versity for they contribute both to the development of the 
individual and to the betterment of the entire university. 
Through leadership positions students gain confidence and 
poise. The campus leader must learn to budget his time and 
energy, and to divide both among the social, the academic, 
and the extracurricular to attain a good balance in his stu- 
dent life. He is challenged by other leaders, both in elections 
and intellectually, and he benefits from this competition. 
Cooperation, fellowship, and friendship are developed among 
those who serve in a leadership capacity. 

Besides developing the individual, leadership and service 
benefit the University itself. Campus hlonoraries have proj- 
ects that aid the total academic community or a part of it. 
Student Government presents and establishes various pro- 
grams that are meaningful to the entire University. Asso- 
ciated Women Students institute standards of conduct for 
women that concern the school as a whole. The University 
publications further the name of West Virginia University 
statewide and nationwide and thus definitely affect and 
benefit the entire campus. 

Student leaders are set apart from the followers and are 
responsible for guiding these students at present, for setting 
an example, and for directing and developing the leaders 
of ensuing years. They exercise much influence in the hap- 
penings of the University and thus gain much respect from 
the members of the entire student body. 

This section of the 1963 MONTICOLA, therefore, is set 
aside to recognize and honor those who, as student leaders, 
have served West Virginia University during the past year. 



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Freshman Guides offer explanations during registration confu 




LEADERSHIP DISPLAYED 



Bet this discussion is not about "leadership and service 



Alpha Phi Omega members serve as ushers 





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Going where? But it's after midnight! 



Hard work goes into every issue of the DA 



SERVICE FREELY GIVEN 



You mean I went to all those meetings and I'm rewarded like this? 




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S+ill wondering what fo do after the "beanie loss.' 



Student Governnnent sponsors Legislafors' Day 







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Left to Right, First Row: Mrs. Ernest J. Nesius, Advisor; Brenda Martin 
Vice-President; Ramona Potter, President; Marilyn Grumet, Treasurer; 
Louise Keener, Advisor; E. C. Jones, Advisor. Second Row; Beverly 
Sullivan, Historian; Barbara Mummart, Secretary; Barbara Cook. Song 



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Leader. Third Row: Mary Jane Mulholland, Editor; Peggy Riclui.v.r,ci 
Bonnie Kay Ellis. Fourth Row: Mary Kay Giboney, Carol Wilson, Linda 
Swiger. Fifth Row: Karen Goss, Pamela Duncan, Patsy Hesen. 



MORTAR BOARD 



OFFICERS 

RAMONA POTTER President 

BRENDA MARTIN Vice-President 

BARBARA MUMMART Secretary 

MARILYN GRUMET Treasurer 

BEVERLY SULLIVAN Historian 



One morning each spring, early risers are likely to see 
figures, clothed in black, moving stealthily across the campus. 
These figures are the members of Mortar Board in their 
traditional academic black caps and gowns out to tap their 
new members. 

Mortar Board, now In its thirty-ninth year on the West 
Virginia campus. Is the national scholastic honorary for 
senior women. Seeking to develop the highest type of col- 
lege woman, the honorary strives for the development and 
encouragement of college leadership and service, a high 
degree of scholarship, and loyalty and fellowship among 
university women. 

The honorary's special projects are the annual sale of mums 
for Homecoming, awards to scholastically outstanding fresh- 
man and sophomore women, a book list for freshmen and a 
graduate study program. This past year they also assisted 
In the training of WVU students for the General-Electric 
College Bowl. 



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OFFICERS 

CHARLES VEST Summit 

OLLIE BATES Guide 

EMIL JOHNSON Trail 

THOMAS SPELSBERG Cache 

TOM GRAFF Pass 

ERNIE SAYFIE Lookout 



MOUNTAIN 



Mountain, ranking men's honorary, was established at 
WVU in 1904 in order to stimulate Mountaineer spirit and 
provide Impetus for greater service to the University. The 
members are chosen for outstanding leadership, scholarship 
and service. 

Special projects of the honorary are the Mountaineer 
Week Team, whose members visit state high schools to en- 
courage students to further their education, the selection 
of the Mountaineer who serves as the living symbol of the 
University, and the sponsorship of Helvetia. Among the 
social events sponsored by Mountain are the traditional 
Mush & Milk Banquet, Homecoming Reception, and a spring 
banquet. 

To provide a feeling of following in the Mountaineer tradi- 
tion, the honorary requires participation in a rigorous moun- 
tain hike prior to initiation. 



Le<t to Right, First Row: Ralph C. Dusic. Charles Vest, Summit; Tom 
Spelsberg Cache: OHie Bates, Guide. Second Row: Dana Wells, John 
Karnoupatis, Raynor Baldwin. Third Row: John Skinner, Thomas Dotson, 
Byron Kallam, Emii Johnson, Trait. Fourth Row: Jaci< Grimm, Bill Walter, 



Roger Galloway, Richard Haden. Fitth Row: Archie Jones, Tom Graff. 
Pass: Steve McCialn. Sixth Row: Dave Santrocit, Frank Schneider, Eugene 
Hague, Charles Rudolph. Seventh Row: Juhling McClung, Jerry Barnett, 

Ward Stone. 




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Have you seen WVU's thirteen-spoked wheel which rolled 
onto the campus in 1956? You do not have to look far, for 
the spokes of this wheel are thirteen senior women who are 
continuously traveling the campus paths of leadership, serv- 
ice, and character. Each Spoke leaves in her trail deeply 
embedded imprints of her contributions to WVU. 

Spokes offers its assistance to the University community 
and strives to promote a spirit of service among women 
students and alumnae. The honorary revolves around such 
projects as the placing of plaques on campus buildings which 
designate the name and the construction date, and raising 
money for scholarships through the sale of women's Campus 
Pacs. 

WVU's wheel of thirteen spokes has as its central axis Mrs. 
Donavan hi. Bond. 



OFFICERS 

PHOEBE FISHER President 

SANDRA MOWERY Vice-President 

IRENE TREGONING Secretary 

VELMA CONLEY Treasurer 

KEMP LITTLEPAGE Historian 



SPOKES 



Lef* to Right, First Row: Diane Brown, Kemp Littlepage, Historian; Irene 
Tregoning, Secretary; Phoebe Fisher, President; Sandra Mowery, Vice- 
President; Velma Conley, Treasurer. Second Row: Carol Wilson, Brenda 



Martin, Pam Duncan, Mrs. Donavan H. Bond, Advisor; Barbara Cook, 
Mary Ann West, Karen Ballengee. : 





Left to Right, First Row: Ricnard L. Hopkins. Scribe; James E. Browa. 
Emoeror- E. Garth Atkins, Steward. Second Row: Raynor E. Baldwin, 
James R. Hess, George N. Wilson, Richard C. Rockenstein, Wilfred Sei 
Boayue. Charles M. Vest. Roger Galloway, Joel Lee Groves. 
Third Row: Thomas Spelsberg, John W. Criss, Carlo M. Demetrlo, John 



Bruce Dorsey, Richard L. Hess, Ctiar.es A. Sheets. Fourth Row: Gene 
Ronco, Robert Criss, Richard Dailey, Jack Grimm, Marvin Gould, Steve 
Max. Fifth Row: David Santrock, Frank Wheeler, Bob Harris, Steve 
McClain. 



Silent, mysterious, eternal . . . Symbol of wisdom, leader- 
ship, and service . . . Sphinx. 

Perhaps "silent" better describes the ancient Sphinx than 
our own WVU version, for this senior men's honorary is very 
active on campus — certainly not silent. The Mother's Day 
Sing and Sphinx Talent Show are both sponsored by the 
organization. If "scholarship" is substituted for the previ- 
ously mentioned "wisdom," one has the basis on which the 
members of Sphinx are chosen. During the year the honorary 
does much to promote this aspect of college life by present- 
ing the Smith Coburn Award to the freshman male attaining 
the highest scholastic average and additional awards to the 
ten freshmen men who top their class scholastically. Since 
its founding in 1909, Sphinx has given much tradition and 
service to the University. In the spring of 1962, the organiza- 
tion was accepted as a chapter in the national men's hon- 
orary, Blue Key. 



SPHINX 



OFFICERS 

JAMES E. BROWN Emperor 

RICHARD L. HOPKINS Scribe 

E. GARTH ATKINS Steward 




Left to Right, First Row: Connie Waddell, Patty Sullivan, President; 
Joanna Pitzer, Vice President; Miss W. A. Carruth, Sponsor; Barbara 
Karp, Secretary; Becky McCue, Treasurer; D. D. Willard, Historian. 



Second Row: Ann Powell, Rusty Williams, Sarah Lawson, Nancy 
Spitznogle, Charlotte Klaus, Kay Lynne, Keeper of the Clapper; Linda 
Fleming, Sharon Curnutte. 



CHIMES 



OFFICERS 

PATRICIA SULLIVAN President 

JOANNA PITSER Vice-President 

BARBARA KARP Secretary 

REBECCA McCUE Treasurer 

DD WILLARD Historian 

KAY LYNN HOUZE Keeper of the Clapper 



West Virginia University not only has the bells of Wood- 
burn that toll across the campus but also has sixteen chimes 
that ring out each Wednesday night. Chimes, junior women's 
honorary, was first heard on the campus in 1948. The golden 
miniature bells, symbol of the organization, belong to women 
dedicated to promoting the cultural and intellectual develop- 
ment of all junior women. 

Special projects of Chimes include selling beanies to fresh- 
man women during Freshman Week and giving a party for 
transfer women students to acquaint them with the campus 
and to help them feel at home. The organization also gives 
a donation to the Chimes Loan Fund which aids students in 
financial need. These "belles" place plaques in E. Moore Hall 
honoring sophomore and junior women with a 3.5 or better 
average. The highlight of the year is a trip to Pittsburgh to 
attend a cultural program. 



OFFICERS 

GORDON BOWLING President 

W. DEAN BAKER Vice-President 

MIKE MASSINOPLE Secretary 

THOMAS K. YOUNG Treasurer 

LARRY LILLY Historian 

ORDER OF THE 
GRAIL 



Order of the Grail, West Virginia University's newest 
honorary, was organized in 1961. It is distinguished among 
the class honoraries by the fact that its members are selected 
on the sole basis of scholarship. The twenty-five men of the 
highest scholastic standing at the end of their third semester 
become members of the junior men's honorary. The name 
of the organization is taken from the legend of King Arthur 
in which the Holy Grail was symbolic of the striving of the 
knights for greater ideals in conduct. Order of the Grail aims 
primarily to provide for the members an opportunity for 
intellectual discussion. During the year, several speakers 
were heard at informal meetings and coffee-hour get- 
togethers. Social activities include a party with Chimes, jun- 
ior women's honorary. 

Order of the Grail is sponsored by Dr. Wesley Bagby. 



LcH to Right, First Row: Douglas Steele. W. Dean Baiter, Vice-President; 
Robert Strauch, Byron Kallam. Jim Grow. Second Row: Mike Massinople. 
Secretary: J. Robert Mehatl. Gordon M. Bowling, President; Thomas K. 
Youna. Treasurer; John E. Holmes. Third Row: Jim Smith, Larry O. 



Harper, Dewey King, Jim Riffe, Larry Lilly, Historian; Charles W. 
Brewer. Fourth Row: Don Mastrogiuseppe, Joseph Webb, Don Price, 
Wesley M. Bagby, Faculty Advisor; Roy Stout. Not Pictured: Laurence 

Hall, Louis Hoey, Fred Newton, John Oliverlo. 




Each spring Indian maidens, wearing navy-blue headbands 
and crossed arrows on their sleeves, are seen on the campus. 
These women, outstanding in the qualities ot leadership, 
scholarship, and service, are the newly tapped members of 
Li-Toon-Awa, sophomore women's honorary. Li-Toon-Awa 
"invaded" WVU in 1927 and since then has actively served 
the University community. 

Among the honorary's projects and social activities are 
the annual fall Teepee Tea for freshmen women with a 3.0 
or higher average, sponsorship of Freshmen Projects Com- 
mittee, and the annual presentation of a scholarship to an 
outstanding freshman woman. 

Li-Toon-Awa is an Indian term meaning friendship and the 
members of the honorary are pledged to help freshmen in 
any way to make them feel at home on the WVU campus. 



OFFICERS 

CHRISTINE LANGFITT President 

SHARON BURMEISTER Vice-President 

DOTTIE HINKLE Secretary 

BARBARA HARNER Treasurer 

NANCY SWING Historian 



LI-TOON-AWA 



Left to Right, First Row: Mary Anne Eckert, Dottle Hinkle, Secretary; 
Sharon Burnnelster, Vice-President; Nancy Swing, Historian; Barbara 
Harner, Treasurer; Christine Langfitt, President; Coolcie Thompson, 
Susan Cottrell. Second Row: Mrs. Vicki Douglas, Sponsor; Susan Pilegge, 



Kay Biddle, Lynne Duncan, Nancy Smith, Rachel Buzzard, Carolyn 
Wolfe, Susan Emblen, Susan Hlofstetter, Eleanor Watson, Lynn Wil- 
liams, Sarah Scott. 




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Left to Right, First Row: Blane Michael, Vice President; Richard Bird 
President; Joe Alvarez, Secretary; Robert B. Stone, Chaplain. Second 
Row: Paul Cook, James Capage, Earl D. Kuhl, Stuart Robblns, Charles 
Nortennan. Thomas Emmerth, Harry H. Cupp. Gail Gray. Third Row: 



Glenn R. Dudderar, Stephen E. Rawe, Lawrence Slppe, Ronnie Shumate. 
Robert Nult, David Loclce, Larry Sullivan, Ray E. Pierce, Harry J. 
Anderson. Not Pictured: Dale Dodrill, Treasurer; Bob Bobst, Ed Carter, 
Carter Snead. 



Helvetia, sophomore men's honorary, was established at 
West Virginia University in 1955. Its purposes are to recog- 
nize outstanding freshman men and to be of service to the 
University. Members, selected on the basis of scholarship, 
leadership, and service, are chosen at the end of their fresh- 
man year and assume membership during their sophomore 
year. 

Among the projects undertaken by Helvetia are the sale 
of Campus Pacs, sponsorship of a Campus Blood Donor Pro- 
gram, co-sponsorship of Freshmen Projects Committee, and 
a donation to the WVU Student Loan Program. Helvetia is 
also responsible for the construction of the Mountaineer for 
Mountaineer Weekend. At the Mother's Day Sing the hon- 
orary annually presents the Freshman Scholarship Award. 
The main social event of the year is a banquet with Li-Toon- 
Awa. 



HELVETIA 



OFFICERS 

RICHARD BIRD President 

BLANE MICHAEL Vice-President 

JOE ALVAREZ Secretary 

DALE DODRILL Treasurer 

ROBERT B. STONE Chaplain 




Left to Right, First Row: Edward A. Butcher. Bob Brow 
Brinkley, C. E. Byron, Jr., Dave Reed, Ronald L. Wilkinson. Byron Kallam, 
Robert W. Graves, Jim A. Grotz, Jr. Second Row: Chris Sarandon, Jr., 
Chuck Bibbee, Mike McCormick. Jack Grimm, Keeper of Conklin; Dick 
Dailey, Vice-LHCP; Jerry Sturm, LHCP; Dick Hash, Pledgemaster; Bill 
Hockenberry. Keeper of Bullion; Buck Crews, Bill Thompson, John Stealey. 



Third Row: Dave Hamstead, Gary L. Saunders, Dave Conkle, Steve 
McClaIn, Bob Peyton, Jerry A. Hammett, Thomas C. Spelsberg, Darrel 
L. Cullop, Jim Payne, Fred Nerz, Jake Gatrell. Fourth Row: Brookie 
Watkins, Frank Schneider, George Mangus, John White, OIlie Bates, 
Butch Luby, William Dick, Charles Vest, John Strong, Ned H. Ragland. 
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Fl BATAR 
CAPPAR 



OFFICERS 

JERRY STURM LHCP 

DICK DAILEY Vice-LHCP 

JACK GRIMM Keeper of Conklin 

BILL HOCKENBERRY Keeper of Bullion 



Bathrobes flying, canes swinging and derbies rolling, Fi 
Batar Capar, men's mock honorary, hit the WVU campus in 
1914. With their humorous antics and infectious cheering 
they succeed in lifting WVU spirits at every thuse and home 
football game, regardless of the score. The members are 
chosen from the campus social leaders and must undergo 
a rigorous and animated pledge period. 

The badge of Fi Batar Cappar is a small square of genuine 
leather which is fastened to the jacket with a piece of brass 
from the ancient brazen calf. 

Honorary projects include the donation of trophies for 
the Homecoming float competition and the annual trophy 
presentation for the Minor Sport Athlete of the Year. 

With their colorful tradition and undaunted spirit, Fi 
Batar Cappar contributes an indefinable, essential something 
extra to the campus. 



OFFICERS 

RICHARD HESS President 

PETER M. HOWELL First Vice-President 

JAMES V. BARTLEH Second Vice-President 

JONATHAN TATOMER Recording Secretary 

MACLEOD SMITH Corresponding Secretary 

JAMES B. HESS Treasurer 



ALPHA PHI 
OMEGA 



The blue and gold bands of Alpha Phi Omega first found 
their way to the arms of outstanding University men in May, 
1955, when Lambda Omicron Chapter was established on 
the West Virginia University campus. Since that time the 
members of this fraternity have organized many worthwhile 
projects, such as operating the University Book Exchange, 
ushering for the Great Artist Series, conducting guided tours 
of the campus, and distributing Careers for the College Man. 

"The purpose of this chapter is to assemble college men 
of West Virginia University in the fellowship of the Scout 
Oath and Law, to develop leadership, to promote friendship, 
to provide service to humanity, and to further the freedom 
that is our national, educationdl, and intellectual heritage." 

The advisors who insure the high ideals of these banded 
men are Dr. D. C. Shelton and Glen Bengston. 



Left to Right, First Row: Lawrence W. Shivertaker. David G. Lucas, 
Sergeant at Arms: Peter M. Howell. First Vice-President; James B. Hess, 
Treasurer: James V. Bartlett. Second Vice-President: Richard Hess. 
President: Jonathan Tatomer. Recording Secretary: Macleod Smith. 
Corresponding Secretary; Frede'icl Duddino Lew-s Coolc. Second Row: 



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Gadis Dillon, Darrell Talbert, William L. Teano, Edsel Nedrow, Jon A. 
McBride, Joseph B. Smith, Bill Miller, Gene Burch, Herb Petty, Marion 
Tallent. Third Row: John H. Slders, Did Llttke, Bob Parsons, Jim Bennett, 
Donald Bennington, Elliot Oaklander, John Vi'llson. David Stickler, Dar- 
rell Willclnson, Matthew A. Balasls. James Joseph, Robert F, Maple. 



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Left to Right, First Row: Karen Goss. R.C.C. Chairman: Mai_ r , 
Giboney, President; Ramona Potter, Vice-President; Connie Davi^, 
Secretary. Second Row; Suzanne Kane, Freshman Representative; 
Elizabeth Corwin, Junior Representative; Nancy Nunn, Sophomore Rep- 



resentative, Eleanor Watson, Sophomore Representative; Pam Duncan, 
Senior Representative; Brenda Martin, Senior Representative; Nancy 
Boxell. Junior Representative. 



ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS 



Left to Right, First Row: Connie Davis, Secretary; Mary Kay Giboney, 
President; Ramona Potter, Vice-President. Second Row: Nancy Spitz- 
nogle. Treasurer; Karen Goss, R.C.C. Chairman; Peggy Richmond, Pro- 
gram Board Chairman: B»-l-v M-rCue, I.A.W.S. Contact. 




Associated Women Students is the women's self-governing 
organlration on the campus and includes every woman stu- 
dent enrolled at the University. The central core of AWS is 
composed of three boards: the Judiciary Board, the Program 
Board, and the Residence Coordinating Council. The officers 
of each comprise the seven-member Executive Council which 
coordinates the activities of the three boards. Each spring 
women students elect the board members and officers. In 
the past year, many new rules were initiated and these de- 
cisions have undergone a testing period to prove their fitness 
and workability. 

West Virginia University's AWS is a member of I.A.W.S., 
the national organization comprising over two hundred 
schools which strive for one ideal: the education and de- 
velopment of a woman academically, culturally, and socially. 

Miss Betty Boyd, Dean of Women, is the advisor for AWS. 



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Left fo Right, First Row: Diane Smith Connie Waddell, Rusty Williams, 
Nancy Myres. Second Row: Becky McCue, Secretary; Rachel Bussard, 
Georgia Whiplcey. Peggy Richmond, Chairman. Third Row: Christine 



Langfitt, Elizabeth Moore, Nancy Spitznogle, Lois Wood, Carol Morgan 
Velma Conley. 




First Row, Leit to Right: Linda 
Stewart. Mellnda Wilson, Karen 
Goss, RCC Chairman Becky Tate, 
Karen Hansha'w. Second Row: Pat 
Mummey, Donna Chambers, Mary 
Baker, Sue Ann Vail, Carolyn 
Smith, Joann Znoy, Janet Queen. 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT 




Sitting In an advisory capacity tor the president of ihe 
student body, the Executive Council makes reports and rec- 
ommendations for new programs to the Legislature, organizes 
and administers projects coming before the Council, and 
supervises the committee system by creating any commit- 
tees and offices within Its organization It deems necessary. 
A very special project of the Council this year was the State 
Centennial Youth Corps. The Executive Council includes the 
president and vice-president of the student body and the 
president and vice-president of each class. 



Left to Right, First Row: Beverly Sullivan, Senior Class Vice-President: 
Ralph Bean, Jr., Student Body President; Barbara Cook, Student Body 
Vice-President; Juhlinq McClung, Senior Class President. Second Row: 
Kay Biddle, Sophomore Class Vice-President; Tom DeVoge, Freshman 
Class President; Stuart Robbins, Sophomore Class President; Ernie 
Smith, Freshman Class Vice-President; David Woodrum, Junior Class 
President; Ann Powell, Junior Class Vice-President. 



RALPH BEAN 
President of the Student Body 



BARBARA COOK 
-President of the Student Body 



EXECUTIVE 
COUNCIL 





JOHN STEALEY 
Speaker 



LAURA WHITE 
Secretary 



STUDENT 
LEGISLATURE 



The Student Legislature is the policy-making branch of 
Student Government. The Legislature ratifies or rejects all 
appointments proposed by the Executive Council, determines 
rules of Freshmen tradition, appropriates Student Govern- 
ment funds, and reviews reports of student committees and 
organizations under its jurisdiction. This body has the power 
to make regulations necessary to promote the general wel- 
fare of the students and is responsible for the establishment 
of a meaningful program for the Student Body. The Legisla- 
ture is composed of representatives from each school and 
the advisor is Professor Ralph White. 



Lett to Right, First Row: Gary L. Saunders, Jack C. Grimm, Ray C. 
Smith. John E. Stealey. Second Row: Susan E. Williams. Sue Jones, Patty 
Sullivan, Sue Neuenschwander, Missie Conaway, Laura White, Secretary. 
Third Row: Gordon M. Bowling, Howard Z. Double, Robert H. Harris, 
Frank H. Wheeler, Earl A. Pauley, Stanley H. Sergent. Fourth Row: 
James C. Cosmides, Edward A. Butcher, W. Dean Baker, Larry J. Lilly, 
Larry V. Starcher. 





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STUDENT 
COURT 



STEVE McCLAIN 
Chief Justice 



MARY KAY GIBONEY 
Clerk 



The Student Court is composed ot seven judges: the Em- 
peror ot Sphinx, Summit of Mountain, President of Mortar 
Board, President of AWS, and three members appointed 
by the Student Body President. The Court sits in judgment 
and renders decisions on all violations of the rules and regu- 
lations of the University except for rules promulgated by 
AWS and offenses of a scholarly nature. The violations may 
be presented by the Executive Council, Student Legislature, 
the Director of Student Affairs, or any member of the student 
body. The Court also acts as a constitutional interpreter 
with the responsibility of proposing corrections in form and 
content to any amendment. 



Left to Right, First Row: Ramona Potter, Joanna Piter, Steve McClain, 
Chief Jutice; Mary Kay Giboney, Clerk. Second Row: Andrew Frye, 
Charles M. Vest, James E. Brown. 



AWARENESS COMMISSION 



Left {o Right, First Row: Charlotte Klaus. 
International Awareness: Harold Odi 
Casali. National Awareness: Sarah Law- 
son, State Awareness; Charles F. Adams, 
State Awareness. 




The purpose of the Awareness Commission, comprising 
three committees, is to promote Interest and knowledge in 
international and national affairs and to instill in the students 
a greater pride in the culture and traditions of West Vir- 
ginia. International Awareness annually sponsors an Interna- 
tional Awareness Week and is responsible for selecting guides 



for foreign students. The National Awareness Committee 
worked this year in coordination with the University Civil 
Defense Committee and planned a National Awareness 
Week. The special project of State Awareness was the Cen- 
tennial Youth Corps. 



COORDINATORS OF STUDENT AFFAIRS 



Left to Right, First Row; Connie Waddel, High School Leadership: 
Byron Kallam, Greater West Virginia Weekend: Barbara Mummart, 
Transfer Orientation. Second Row: Archie Jones, Freshman Orientation; 
Arnold Brigode, Student Centennial Committee. Third Row: Chris 
Sarandon, Jr., Homecoming; Barry Berisford, Culture. Fourth Row: Bob 
McEldowney. Spiriteers: Gienn Toms, Mountaineer Weekend. 




The Co-ordinators of Student Affairs are concerned with 
planning student week ends, high-school relations, orientation 
programs, and improving the spirit of West Virginia Univer- 
;:ty. The co-ordinators are appointed by the Executive Coun- 
cil and approved by Student Legislature. They do not func- 
tion as a group but are individually responsible for the suc- 
cess of a particular activity designed to benefit the entire 
student body and the welfare of the school in general. Some 
of the projects of the co-ordinators are Spiriteers, Orien- 
tation programs, Homecoming, and Mountaineer Weekend. 




Left to Right, First Row: William Dicli, Student Body Treasurer; DD 
Wijjard, Publicity Bureau; Janet Eslcew. Queen's Elections Board; Fred 
Dudding, Student Discount Committee. Second Row: Buzzy SIteen, Off- 
Campus Housing; William Haden, Public Relations Committee; Luther 
Lewallen, Elections Committee. 



AUXILIARY 
AGENCIES 



Conducting a major portion of the routine but necessary 
work of Student Government is the responsibility of the 
Auxiliary Agencies. Off-Campus hlousing, Queens Election 
and Student Discount Committees have joined with Public 
Relations, Publicity, Finance and Election Comimittees to form 
a larger core group. These committees are concerned di- 
rectly with the internal organisation of Student Government. 
Many hours are spent by each committee to ensure the stu- 
dent body of more efficiently executed elections, better off- 
campus relations, and well-supervised expenditures. 



SECRETARIAT 



Chosen from Civil Service applications, the girls of the 
Secretariat contribute their time and energy to do a large 
portion of the paper work involved in Student Government. 
These secretaries do typing for all correspondence, schedules, 
reports, and other miscellaneous items. Along with this, their 
other duties involve those of acting as receptionists, an- 
swering the phone, keeping the filing system in order and 
helping with the scrapbook. 



Left to Right, First Row: Anna Lee Riggleman, Debbie A. Gandee, 
Linda Porterfield, Roberta Shuman. Second Row: Margaret Spear 
Elaine Bunten, Nancy Skidmore, Clara Fragale, Radetta Taylor. Third 
Row: Karen Anderson, Joan Markham, Carol Summers, Barbara Jo 
Butler. Not Pictured: Anita Lilya. 




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LeH to Right, Seated: . -■_: r w s -, Standing: J:pr Luch;! 
Phoebe Fisher, John R. Williams, Patrick Gainer, Lena Hasselbach, 
Henry D. Collins. Not Pictured: Fred Wright, Dave Conkie. 



PUBLICATION COMMITTEE 



The Publications Committee functions as a supervising 
body for all authorized publications of the University. It 
serves to insure competent performances by the members 
of student publications and to protect West Virginia Uni- 
versity from Injury resulting from irresponsible journalism. 
The committee is composed of the advisors of all authorized 
publications, a legal advisor, and three student members 
selected by Student Government. 

Among the responsibilities of this group are those of acting 
as an advisor in legal and policy-making matters and ap- 
pointing executives for student publications. The committee 
meets twice each semester to reviev/ the financial and budget 
reports of the publications and to study any complaints 
made against them. 




KAREN BALLENGEE 
Editor-in-Chief 



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DAVE TREHARNE 
Business Manager 



1963 
MONTICOLA 



BARBARA DOWNEY 
Publicity 



LINDA FLEMING 
Greeks Editor 



D. D. WILLARD 
Classes Editor 



GAYE LITZ 
Executive Secretary 




Though a mirror nnay reflect a constant innage, the multi- 
tude of campus windows, snatching at the passing scene in 
vain, catch only brief, fragmentary images. The 1963 MON- 
TICOLA attempts to capture these reflections in a variety 
of pictures and words for you, their creators. Every phase 
of campus life and activity — from Administration, Organiza- 
tions, Leadership and Service and Events to Greeks, Royalty, 
Sports and Classes — has been recorded on these pages. 

Although preliminary plans were made last spring, the real 
work began soon after classes started in September. Editors 
and staff members spent many long hours rewriting copy, 
scheduling and rescheduling pictures, selecting "the" cap- 
tion. Trying to meet the always unmet deadline, classes were 
cut, dinners missed, vacations shortened, papers undone, and 
sleep lost. Yet, plans progressed and finally the work was over 
—the MONTICOLA was completed! 



BARBARA KARP, Events Editor; TOM EMMERTH, Sports Edit 






TONY HYLTON 

scrlptlons and Dni 



Manager; PAT MUMMEY. Sub 



.„:.NY SWINN, Orga- .. , ^ . Honorarles Editor: BARBARA 

M. M. MUMMART, Copy Editor. 

CHARLOTTE KLAUS, Photography Editor; CAROL GREENLEE, Royalty 

Editor. 




DR. PATRICK GAINER, Faculty Advisor 



KAREN BALLENGEE Editor-in-Chief 

DAVETREHARNE Business Manager 

CHARLOTTE KLAUS Photography Editor 

BARBARA MUMMART Copy Editor 

SUNNY GWINN . Organizations and Honoraries Editor 

BARBARA KARP Events Editor 

LINDA FLEMING Greeks Editor 



MONTICOLA STAFF 

CAROL GREENLEE Royalty Editor 

DD WILLARD Classes Editor 

TOM EMMERTH Sports Editor 

GAYE LITZ Executive Secretary 

TONY HYLTON Assistant Business Manager 

PAT MUMMEY Subscriptions and Distributions 

BARBARA DOWNEY Publicify 



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DAILY ATHENEAUM 




Most University students burn the midnight oil studying 
but some burn the oil for another reason — getting the Daily 
Athenaeum ready to go to press. 

The DA, as most students refer to it, was first published in 
IS87 and is celebrating its 75th anniversary this school year. 
Published four times a v/eek, the student newspaper has a 



staff composed of students in the School of Journalism. The 
Daily Athenaeum, for the first time as a daily newspaper, 
used full format this year. 

The DA is a member of the West Virginia Press Associa- 
tion and the Associated Collegiate Press. 



ART COREY, Editor-in-Chief 



DAVID GOODE, Business Manager 






News Editors, Ssated: Lynne Duncan. Standing. Left '.o RigM: James 
Carte, Barbara Downey. Vicki Loufaitis. Editorial Assistant, Standing. 
Far Right: Robert Gornell. 




ROBERT FULLERTON, Managing Edi'or 



Sports Editor! — IV Oi'verlo, Lowell Conner 





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Left to Right, Seated: Otio Reuter, Susan McNeill. Standing: Jc 

Kise'ica, Marie Ptiilnps, Joe Orr, Roger Britton, Leo Jacob'n. 




MOUNTAINLAIR 



Hats off to Mountainlair, which has broadened its activities 
this year to become an even more integral part of our cam- 
pus community. The Executive and Program Councils, under 
the competent direction of Mr. Danny O'Sullivan, planned 
and executed many diversified programs of activities which 
appealed not only to the students, but to faculty members 
as well. 

The Decorations and Social Committees, working together, 
sponsored the annual 'Lair Christmas Ball, which glittered and 
gleamed to the music of the Canadian Dance Band of Ron 
Metcalfe. 

Mountainlair committees proved their abilities and talents 
by accepting the added responsibility of planning two of 
West Virginia University's biggest weekends. Mountaineer 
Weekend and Spring Spree. Mountaineer Weekend enter- 
tained all with the half-time ceremonies at the football game 
on Saturday afternoon and with the annual Mountaineer 
Dance. One of the major attractions of the weekend this year 
was the Powder Puff Football game In which the girls got 
their chance to make a few passes. 




GLENN TOMS 
President of Mountainlaii 




BARBARA MUMMART 

Vice-President of Mountainlaii 



MOUNTAINLAIR STAFF, Left to Right: Karen Nicodemus, Receptionist; 
Margaret Haines, Bookkeeper; Dottle Rutan, Secretary; Robert Mc- 
Whorter. Director; Danny O'Sullivan, Assistant Director; Ruth Conklin, 
Food Manager. I •';£! 




Special projects of the Fine Arts and Displays Committees 
have been the sponsoring of a state-wide High School Art 
Contest. These works were displayed during Greater West 
Virginia Weekend, and prizes were awarded the outstanding 
entries. The purpose of this program was to arouse a greater 
Interest in the University Art Department as well as to en- 
courage the students personal interest. 1 hese committees 
also succeeded in having various traveling exhibits with the 
highlight being the space exhibit from the National Aeronau- 
tics and Space Administration. 

One of Mountalnlair's activities of long standing Is the 
TGIF parties. However, this year. Instead of rock 'n' roll, 
students have been entertained by an afternoon of jan; which 
has also been quite educational with the beginnings, rhythms. 
and other fundamentals of jazz being explained at various 
concerts. Another Innovation which has met with great suc- 
cess is the series of book reviews given by members of the 
faculty. This program is not only Informative but also provides 
an opportunity for the exchange of ideas and for better 
faculty-student relationships. 

The activities of the Tournaments Committee provided a 
lot of enjoyment for the students with several outstanding 
programs. A new and fun-filled event was the Water Carnival 




Beverly Sullivan, Secretary; Pat Brov^n, Public Relations 



which campus groups entered for fun and excitement. The 
committee members also succeeded in sponsoring an exhi- 
bition by Willy Mosconi, the world's Pocket Billiards Cham- 
pion. 

The programs this year have been well planned and suc- 
cessful due to the hard work and great interest of the com- 
mittee members and the leadership and direction of Danny 
O'Sullivan and Robert McWhorter, Director of Mountainlair. 
However, with all Its work, Mountainlair Is still striving for 
new and different ideas, following the motto, "Variety Is the 
spice of life." 




Sandl Smith, Fine Arts; Martha Post. Displays 



George Partain, Tournaments; Bonnie Tonns, Decorations 





GENERAL COMMITTEE, Lefl vo Righ^ First Row; Mellnda Wilson, Sue 
Jones, Sharon Worrell. Nancy Nunn, Carol Flenniken, Mary Ellen Dailey, 
Sharon Nlbert. Second Row: Ron Himmer, Steve Chapnicic, Sue Slish. 
Casper Boelcslcevy, Mary Ann Baughnnan. Jim Nichols, Carol Greenlee, 
Lynn Jamison, Joan Wirtz. 



The hectic life of a Lair secreta 



Mrs. Holden reviews "To Kill a Mockingbird.' 



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Service with a smile at the snaclt bar 



The way to while away those free hours 





ORGANIZATIONS 




"Variety is the mother of Enjoyment" and this is especially 
true for every Mountaineer. The spiritual and social develop- 
ment of every West Virginia University student rank in im- 
portance with intellectual growth. The ability to work effi- 
ciently with all types of people and the practical application 
of knowledge learned in the classroom help to create a well- 
rounded individual who will be able to use his abilities to his 
best advantage in future years. The many campus organiza- 
tions at West Virginia University demonstrate the fact that 
our school is a thriving institution interested in educating the 
"whole person," an establishment which can fulfill the supple- 
mentary interests of each student as well as his educational 
requirements. 

The great variety of organizations reflects the diversity of 
the student body. Prospective engineers, .teachers, doctors, 
lawyers, musicians, and pharmacists are all represented on 
campus by various honorary and fraternal associations. Each 
of these groups emphasizes the development of high stand- 
ards in its field, service to the University, and the practical 
aspects of the profession. 

The many other organizations on campus have arisen for 
the purpose of meeting the individual needs and interests of 
each student. For those who find enjoyment in physical ac- 
tivity. Dolphin and Orchesis provide an opportunity for fun 
and learning. For amateur musicians as well as professionals, 
the University Band and the University Choir offer opportu- 
nities for training and experience. 

In addition to recreation and learning, the University pro- 
vides students of all faiths with opportunities for spiritual 
growth. Various denominational foundations, the YMCA, and 
the YWCA serve as the ground work for a full and rewarding 
college career and foster friendship, service, and understand- 
ing among all members of the University community. 



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Sigma Tau Sigma member tutors student 



Cosmopolitan Club presents its annual "International Night.' 








Aipha psi Omega members discuss stagecraft problems 



A mid-morning break at the "Y" Coffee Hour 



VARIETY OF INTERESTS 



Blood-typing service offered by Alpha Delta Theta 




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Left to Right, First Row: Phyllis Yurik. 
President; Mary Ann Dotson, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Sandra Snnith, Secretary; Dorothy 
Haggerty, Treasurer; Charlotte Klaus, 
Social Chairman; Marie Krak, Publicity 
Chairman; Linda Cumberledge, His- 
torian; Mary K. Guy. Second Row; 
Suzanne Powell, Peggy Brown, Karen 
Butler, Diane Trainer, Vivian DiDomenico, 
Carolyn Sellers, Barbara Miller, Sandra 
DeVito, Joy Watson, Carolyn Wolfe, 
Connie Null, Kathryn Whittington, 
Jeaneane Elliott. 



ALPHA DELTA THETA 



Tau Chapter of Alpha Delta Theta, a professional medical technology sorority, was 
established on the West Virginia University campus in 1957 to promote fellowship 
among medical technologists and to raise their professional standards. To further its 
goals, the group participates in the annual blood-typing in the spring. Events on the 
organization's social calendar include an open house at the Medical Center and a 
faculty tea. 



OFFICERS 

PHYLLIS YURIK 

President 

MARY ANN DOTSON 

Vice-President 

SANDRA SMITH 

Secretary 

DOROTHY HAGGERTY 

Treasurer 



ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 



To stimulate pre-professional academic excellence and to develop a closer relation- 
ship with professional schools Is the purpose of Alpha Epsilon Delta. Organized on the 
campus of West Virginia University In 1931, the honorary opens membership to those 
students who show superior ability In the fields of pre-medlclne and pre-dentistry. 
Each semester Alpha Epsilon Delta sponsors a program for the pre-professional students 
at which professors from the University Medical Center lecture. In April, repesentatlves 
of the West Virginia University chapter attend the national meeting of this organiza- 
tion In Toledo, Ohio. The main social event of the year is the spring banquet. 

Associate Dean L, R. Gribble and Dr. Popovlch serve as sponsors for the organization. 



OFFICERS 

JOSEPH MORRIS 

President 

PEGGY BROWN 

Vice-President 

CHARLOTTE KLAUS 

Secretary 

RICHARD KERR 



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Left to Right, First Row: Peter Popovlch, 
Co-Counselor; Joseph Morris, President; 
Peggy Brown, Vice-President; Charlotte 
Klaus, Secretary; Richard Kerr, Treasurer; 
Albert Kolibash, Historian: Connie Davis, 
Nancy Spitznogle. Second Row: Francis 
Nardella, Fred Newton, Larry Harper, 
Charles Caldwell, Anthony Bartolomeo, 
James Cosmides, Byron Kallam, Jim 
Crow, Robert Strauch. 



Left to Right, First Row: George D. 
Heath, Treasurer: Fred Duddi'ng, Presi- 
denf; Ronald Nemcosty, Vice-President. 
Second Row: Robert Mull. Secretary; Bill 
Dick. Michael Jones. Edward Friend. 




ALPHA KAPPA PSI 



OFFICERS 

FREDERICK L. DUDDINS 

President 

RONALD NEMCOSKY 

Vice-President 

ROBERT MULL 

Secretary 

GEORGE D. HEATH 

Treasurer 



Alpha Kappa Psi, national protessionai commerce fraternity, was organized on the 
West Virginia University campus In 1943. Under the supervision of their advisor. Dr. 
Paul W. Hamelman, the thirteen members strive to fulfill the fraternity's purpose of 
providing service to the College of Commerce and of gaining a better understanding 
of life in the business world. A special project of the group is its Faculty-Student Re- 
ception for new members in the College of Commerce. Scientific research projects 
in the fields of finance, accounting, and commerce are also undertaken by Alpha Kappa 
Psi members. In addition, industrial tours and addresses by guest speakers arc enjoyed 
by the organization. 



OFFICERS 

JOHN WELDON 

President 

ROGER GALLOVi/AY 

Vice-President 

PAHY KERNS 

Secretary 

DAN^fA COBB 

Treasurer 



ALPHA PSI OMEGA 

Alpha Psi Omega, dramatics honorary, was organized on the West Virginia University 
campus in 1920. Professor Joe Ford sponsors the group which consists of thirteen 
members. Together they str've to develop dramatic talent, to cultivate an interest in 
drama, and to foster the cultural values which dramatics develops. The two special 
projects of the honorary are giving support to the University Theatre Program and 
aiding in the sale of University season tickets. Each year plaques are awarded to the 
best actor and actress, besi supporting actor and actress, and the outstanding senior 
in theatre work. 



Left to Right, First Row: Al Roctenstein, 
Roger Galloway, Vice-President: Danna 
Cobb. Treasurer: Patricia Kerns, Secre- 
tary: John Welden. President. Second 
Row: Jack Russell, Lou Vari. Sandra 
Appel. Alma Muncy, Debbie Mills, Dale 
Wilson. 





Left to Right, First Row: Allen Colebanit, 
Dr. D. W. Parsons, Past Advisor; Norman 
Blaney, Reporter; Roy Dick, Secretary; 
Edgar Hooper, President; Elbert L. 
Spencer, Treasurer; R. C. Butler, Advisor; 
A. R. Bryant, Jerry Long. Second Row: 
William Cunningham, Marvin Wotring. 
William Morrow, John Seville, Thomas 
Robinson, Warren Kelly, Leo Pennington, 
Robert Yokum, F. M. Pennington, Junior 
Sponaugle, James Simms, William Mar- 
shall, Raymond Orndoff, Clint Hickman. 
Not Pictured: Jack Crank, Ronnie Burke, 
Virgil Carpenter, Kenneth Wykle, John 
Carr, Jacob Metcalf. 



ALPHA TAU ALPHA 



Alpha Tau Alpha, having the dual purpose of training future agricultural teachers 
to take their place as community leaders and of providing an atmosphere of fellowship 
in which members are able to exchange ideas and educational views, was organized 
on the West Virginia University campus in 1950. Among the projects of the group are 
special programs featuring prominent speakers and a display for Greater West Virginia 
Weekend. Each year a representative is sent to the national Alpha Tau Alpha conclave 
and an outstanding member of the local chapter is selected. Some of the social events 
include the annual banquet, a Christmas party, and the spring picnic. 



OFFICERS 

EDGAR HOOPER 

President 

KENNETH WYKLE 

Vice-President 

ROY F. DICK 

Secretary 

ELBERT L. SPENCER 

Treasurer 



ALPHA ZETA 



West Virginia University? agricultural fraternity, Alpha Zeta, was organized on 
campus in 1922. The main goal of the group is to establish and encourage leadership 
in the field of agriculture and other related areas through the functioning of the hon- 
orary's thirty members. Scholarship and participation in campus activities are the two 
qualifications for membership. Each year those members who display outstanding 
achievement in the fields of agriculture, forestry and home economics are given awards. 
A special project of the group is the sale of apple cider during Mountaineer Weekend. 
Climaxing the year is a banquet for members and alumni. Dr. E. h. Tryon is the fra- 
ternity's advisor. 



OFFICERS 

EDGAR PAUL, JR. 

Chancellor 
JOHN WARREN 

Chronicler 
DENNIS ROWAN 

Scribe 
JAMES H.CROSS 

Treasurer 

WALTER SMITH 

Censor 




Left to Right, First Row: Kendall C. 
Elliot, Faculty Advisor; Harold Cross, 
Treasurer; Edgar Paul, Jr., Chancellor; 
Walter Smith, Censor; James H. Brown, 
Faculty Advisor. Second Row: John 
Balasko, Harold Smallwood, Don Thomp- 
son, William Ridings, William Renolds, 
William Walters. Third Row: Thomas E. 
Sterner, Gene F. Sentz, John L. Needy, 
Hubert Dudley, Terry L. Sharik. 



Left to Right. Pint Row: James M. 
Zavatsor. Corresponding Secretary: Lee 
Browning, Vice-President; Frank Cuomo, 
President: George Wilson, Treasurer. 
Second Row: J. Temple Black. Advisor: 
Raymond Lee Smith, William R. Borchert, 
Jack Sturm. Third Row: G. R. Hiqin 
botham, Michael T. Marshall. Richard 
Abel. Roderick Mason. Fourth Row: Fred 
Smith, Pote Westenhaver, Thomas Toutsi. 
Fifth Row: Marvin Gould. Tom Shafer, 
Ed Maloy, Tom Wren. Sixth Row: Joseph 
Coughlin. William Ramsey, Anthony 
Tarquinio. 



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OFFICERS 

FRANK CUOMO 

President 

LEE BROWNING 

Vice-President 

JAMES 2AVATSON 

Secretary 

GEORGE WILSON 

Treasurer 



The West Virginia Chapter of the American Institute of Industrial Engineers was 
established on this cannpus in order to promote the professional development of future 
industrial engineers. Discussions concerning the theory and practice of all aspects of 
industrial engineering, as well as allied fields, are held under the guidance of men from 
the professional ranks of the field. Plant tours of nearby industries and special con- 
ferences further aid the individual member in his professional growth. As a special 
project, the 70 members publish an engineering bulletin, the Newsletter, and each year 
present the Outstanding Industrial Engineering Student Award to a member of superior 
merit. 

J. T. Black serves as advisor to the group. 



OFFICERS 

DARREL CULLOP 

President 

BILL KRANTZ 

Vice-President 

DELORES DeMARY 

Secretary -Treasurer 



Left to Right, First Row: William A. 
Hurst, Ted T. Lewis, Thomas Kreitzer, 
Douglas Stewart. Charles E. Jackson. 
James Mauro, Larry K. Morrison, Douglas 
Miller, Kenneth Martin. Second Row: 
Albert Woiclk, Faculty; Charles Blissitt, 
Faculty Advisor: Frederick Geiler, Fac- 
ulty; Frank O'Connell, Faculty; William 
Krantz. Vice-President; Delores DeMary, 
Secretary-Treasurer; Darrel Cullop, Presi- 
dent; Carol Ann Ferrett, Joanna Pitser, 
Shirley Jarrell. Wanda Kelllson. Third 
Row: Dr. A. C. Core, Dean R. O. Bach- 
mann. Karen Rldgway. Harriet Brawley, 
Beth Lucas, Mary Ann Schwarz, Alice 
VanKirk, Adie Joseph, Robert Gellner, 
Jim Coleman, Chester Fried!, George 
Lemasters. Fourth Row: Bill Hockenberry. 
Mike Mullln. John Cavendish, Arvel 
Wyatt, Jerry Hess, Larry Gaston, Fred 
Reese, Byron Ott, John Mullin, Lester 
Patterson, Joseph Robins. Fifth Row: 
Fred Alvaro, Paul R. Manzuk. Clayton 
Bond, Max Adams, Bob Criss, Steve Car- 
ter, Ronald Lilly, Hugh McPhail, Murhl 
Flowers. 



AMERICAN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION 

The purpose of the student branch of the American Pharmaceutical Association Is 
to increase the students' awareness of the opportunities and values which accompany 
their profession. Since Its organization on the West Virginia University campus in 1948, 
the group has persistently worked to fulfill the obligations of the purpose. In order to 
gain more insight into the career, the members visit a manufacturer of pharmaceuticals 
to inspect both the operating and reasearch facilities. Each year the organization spon- 
sors a reception for new pharmacy students, maintains a display and participates in 
Natlonol Pharmacy Week. Dr. Charles Blissett sponsors the organization. 




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Left to Right, First Row: Major William L. Musladin, Advisor; Frederick 
T. Phalin, Commander; Joseph A. Arena, Information Officer; Edgar 
Paul Jr., Operations Officer; Harold Odi Casali, Administrative Officer; 
James E. Wiseman, Comptroller; Harry A. Nelson, Deputy Commander; 
John E. Schmidt, Wing Commander. Second Row: Charles H. McQuade, 
Charles D. Nordeck, David R. Paulsen, Lawrence W. Hall, Jr., Peter A. 



Neri, ill, Lewis J. Haines, Edward M. Walsh. Third Row: Kenneth A. 
Kissel!, Charles F. Adams, Roy F. Henderson, Charles Wayne Brewer, 
Stephen R. Parkinson, Mason E. Riley, Robert W. Scatterday. Fourth 
Row: Samuel P. Carter, Jr., Larry J. Pizzino, Robert L. Letzelter, William 
R. Borchert. 



ARNOLD AIR 
SOCIETY 



OFFICERS 

FREDERICK T. PHALIN Commander 

HARRY A. NELSON Deputy Commander 

HAROLD ODI CASALI Administrative OfTcer 

JAMES E. WISEMAN Comptroller 

EDGAR PAUL, JR Operations Officer 



Left to Right: Samuel Carter, Jr., Robert Letzelter, Larry Pizzino, Edgar 
Paul, Jr., Lawrence W. Hall, Jr., Operations Officer; Harry Nelson, 
John E. Schmidt, Wing Commander; Frederick T. Phalin, Wing Executive 
Officer; Joseph Arena, Lewis J. Haines, Personnel Officer; James Wise- 
man, Information Officer; David Paulson, Assistant Operations Officer; 
Charles F. Adams, Assistant Administrative Officer; Harold Odi Casali, 
Wing Inspector. 




The Arnold Air Society was organized on the West Virginia 
University cannpus in 1953 to provide service to the Air Force 
ROTC. The members of this academic honorary for ad- 
vanced Air Force cadets are selected on the basis of the Of- 
ficer's Qualifying Test and scholastic achievement. Each year 
the Colonel J. W. Compton Award Is presented to an out- 
standing senior member who excels in scholarship, leadership 
and character. To further its objectives, the organization 
sponsors the Air Force Drill and Rifle teams and participates 
in the flag-raising ceremony at each home football game. 
Social events of the honorary include teas with the sponsors, 
a fall and a spring dance, and, highlighting the social calen- 
dar, the Aerospace Ball. 

The sponsor of the organization is Major William L. Mus- 



L»<» to Right, Flrit Row: George Menas. 
Barney Stinnett. Vulli Gupta, David 
Gianettino, Secretary: Jannes Glover 
Treasurer; Glenn L. White. President 
Harold Snyder. Jr.. Vice-President 
Ronald N. Mariotti. Sergeant at Arms 
W. H. Baker. Faculty Advisor; Altha R. 
Thompson. William Shanllin. Jr. Second 
Row: Tom Bryant. Alvin Hammonds. 
Russell Poling. Robert Welssman. David 
Akers. Robert Alvis. David R. Vaughn. 
Raymond Epiing, Robert Harris. David 
McQuaid, William Herman. Richard 
Davis. Arlen Hardman, Ben James, Bill 
Woodburn. Paul Evans. Third Row: 
Thomas Ramsey. Edward Wiley, David 
SatterCeld Martin Rivers, David Calvert, 
Thomas Purtey, Jack Pettit, William 
Johnson, Philip Morris. Thomas Mlgrock, 
Jerome Simon, Gerald Warner, William 
Pierson, Mark Higgs, Robert Tinney. 



OFFICERS 

GLENN L. WHITE 

President 

HAROLD J. SNYDER 

Vice-President 

DAVID GIANETTINO 

Secretary 

JAMES GLOVER 

Treasurer 

RONALD MARIOTTI 

Sergeant at Arms 



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The American Society of Civil Engineers, organized on the West Virginia University 
campus in 1921, is open to any student in civil engineering who is interested in the 
organization's objective of stimulating Interest and furthering knowledge in the field. 
Each month a specialist representing a particular phase of engineering is invited to 
speak to the group in order to familiarize the members with the new developments in 
that area. The organization participates in the National American Society of Civil 
Engineering. Dr. Wilfred Baker serves as advisor to the group. 



BETA ALPHA PSI 

Since it was organized on the campus In 1957, the West Virginia University chapter 
of Beta Alpha Psi has consistently ranked among the top ten chapters in the national 
competitive program. The purpose of the organization is to act as a medium between 
professional men, instructors, students and others who are interested In the development 
of the study of accounting. Special projects of the group Include tutoring sessions, 
community help and field trips. A Christmas party and the spring picnic are highlights 
on the social agenda. 

The faculty advisor is Dr. Carl Dennler. 



OFFICERS 

HAROLD COOK 

President 

ROBERT MULL 

Vice-President 

GLORIA HERSTINE 

Secretary 

WILLIAM -GRAFTON 

Treasurer 



Left to Right, First Row: Harold Cook, 
President; Robert W. Mull. Vice-Presi- 
dent: Gloria Herstine. Secretary; Wil- 
liam R. Grafton. Treasurer. Second Row: 
Kenneth Vance. Carl Porter. Edward 
Craft, Ronald Nemcosky, Charles Rea, 
Vern H. Vincent, Faculty; Carl Dennler, 
Jr.. Faculty Vice-President. 



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Left to Right, First Row: Kirklym M. Kerr. 
Co-Advisor; Edna Gee, Nancy Kelley, 
Charlene Jamison, Judith Hercules, Rosa 
Thomas, James L. McBee, Jr. Co-Advisor. 
Second Row: William Young. Jimmy 
Stonestreet. Lanty McNeel, W. C. Taylor, 
Bill Reynolds. Third Row: John Warren, 
Jr., Thomas G. Simmons, Jerry Judy, 
Randy Hall, Bob Adamson. Fourth Row: 
Brooks L. Whitlock, Edward L. Riley. 
John A. Mallow, Robert ' E. Straight, 
Robert W. Cheves, Roy F. Dick. 



BLOCK & BRIDLE 



West Virginia University': Block and Bridle Club was organized in order to promote 
high scholastic standards and fellowship among students in the various phases of animal 
husbandry. Each year the members participate in the Fall Judging Contest and the 
Little Eastern National Livestock Show. The National Headquarters annually presents 
a Merit Trophy Award to the member who displays creditable scholarship. In addition, 
the outstanding senior member is honored with an award. Social highlights of the 
group are a hayride and a square dance. 

Dr. McBee Is the sponsor of the organization. 



OFFICERS 

ROBERT ADAMSON 

President 

J, ALLAN BALASKO 

Vice-President 

JERRY JUDY 

Secretary 

GORDON BOWLING 

Treasurer 



CHI EPSILON 



Chi Epsilon, civil-engineering honorary, was organized on the campus in 1949. Under 
the guidance of Mr. Ronald McPherson, the twelve members strive to promote civil 
engineering as an Ideal profession. The aim of the group is the advancement of scholar- 
ship, character, practicality, and assoclabillty. A special project of the organization 
is serving as guides for visitors touring the Engineering Building. To qualify for member- 
ship a student must be In the upper one-sixth of his junior or senior class. Each pledge 
writes an essay pertaining to the field and the writer of the outstanding entry is 
awarded a gift certificate. 



OFFICERS 

HAROLD SNYDER 

President 
JAMES SAUNDERS 

Vice-President 

ARLEN HARDMAN 

Secretary 

GEORGE PIGOTT 

Treasurer 




Left to Right, First Row: George Pigott, 
Treasurer: James Saunders. Vice-Presi- 
dent; Harold Snyder, President; Arlen 
Hardman, Secretary; Ronald McPherson, 
Advisor. Second Row: William Dyer, 
John Barney, Francis Brezney, Sam Wood, 
Bob Harris, William Calhoun. Russell 
Polinq. 






CAVALETTES 



Cavalettes. organized in 1957, has become an integral part 
of campus life in the short time since its establishment. The 
group provides an opportunity for Independent Women 
Students to band together and participate in many worth- 
while, traditional projects. In addition, the Cavalettes also 
enjoy the social aspects of campus life and celebrate each 
year with parties of various kinds. Among their most-remem- 
bered events is their annual formal which highlights the year's 
activities. Rounding out the social calendar are bowling 
parties, a swimming party, pizza party, picnics, and a Christ- 
rr.as party. During the year several major projects fill the 
time of each member. These include the decoration of the 
Homecoming Queen's float and the annual Hawaiian party 
for freshman women. Being a relatively new organization has 
not kept this group of girls from forming quickly their clear- 
cut ideals and purposes, which are to serve as an expression 
for independent women, socially, culturally, and educationally. 
Good leadership and advice are necessary for any successful 
group and the Cavalettes are fortunate to have Mrs. Kathryn 
Bi;swell as their sponsor. 



OFFICERS 

ANNE KESSINGER 

MARTHA OSTERWISE .... 

JANE BRADLEY 

BARBARA WILSON 

LINDA LOWE 



. . . President 
Vice-President 
. . Secretary 
. . . Treasurer 
. . . Historian 



Lett to Right, First Row: Barbara Wilson, Treasurer; Jane Bradley, Secre 
tary; Anne Kessinger, President: Linda Lowe, Historian. Second Row: 
Alice Kessinger, Donna S. Ellison, Sandra Och, Beverly Hamilton, Rosa 
Thomas. Third Row: Betty Pavone, Carol Ann Gronko. Connie Ware, 
Parliamentarian: Judith Hercules. Not pictured: Mrs. M. C. BusweH, 
Sponsor; Mrs. M. J. Pearse, Sponsor. 




COSMOPOLITAN CLUB 



OFFICERS 

HATICE KUSCU President 

BARBARA EBERLY Vice-President 

ANITA SHELTON Recording Secretary 

SANDRA SMITH Corresponding Secretary 

BARBARA KIRBY Treasurer 

WILFRED BOAYUE Historian 



The Cosmopolitan Club was organized on the West Vir- 
ginia University campus in 1952 and has approximately 180 
members. The club strives for better international under- 
standing among the free-world members. The group meets 
with its sponsor, Mrs. Nell Leonian, twice a month. One 
meeting is a friendly social gathering for relaxation from 
studies. The other is a cultural gathering to which speakers 
are invited to discuss different countries and various inter- 
national events. The main project of the organization is the 
presentation of International Night. The theme last year was 
"Eighty Minutes Around the World," in which the interesting 
cultural and .social customs of countries throughout the globe 
were highlighted. Also, each year two picnics are enjoyed, 
one in the fall given by the International Awareness Commis- 
sion and the other in the spring. Other social events include 
a Thanksgiving dance and a Christmas dance. 




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DOLPHIN 



Left to Right: Mia Kitty Blakemore Advisor; Donna Chambers. 
Publicity; Debbie Mills, Publicity; Sally Simons, Co-Pageant Chairman; 
Mike Yurko, Co-Pageant Chairman; Mike Ellis, Treasurer; Nlkki 
Sensenlch, Secretary; Russ Irvine, Vice-President; Gail Montgomery, 
President 



OFFICERS 

GAIL MONTGOMERY President 

RUSS IRVINE Vice-President 

NIKKI SENSENICH Secretary 

MIKE ELLIS Treasurer 

SALLY SIMONS Co-Pageant Chairman 

MIKE YURKO Co-Pageant Chairman 

Left to Right, First Row: Debby Johnson, Marlene B. Baron, Dottle 
Houck. Debbie Mills. Dixie Samuels, Sharon Coe, Flfi Mayer, Susan 
Slish. Judy Goyne, Sandy Shumate. Second Row: Sharon Brookover. 
Mary Ellen Deem, Christina Fast, Mary Foster, Mary N. Smith, Bebe 
Seaton, Ann Sterbutzel, Mary Anne Eckert, Mary Hill, Nancy McCleary 
Clarke, Donna Chambers. Third Row: Jane Shetler, Janet Hugh, Beverly 



Diving into the depths of the Mountainlair "sea" are sixty 
student "fish" who comprise the organization known as 
Dolphin. Dolphin, swimming honorary, was organized in 1936 
to afford those who enjoy swimming an opportunity to par- 
ticipate in the sport together. In the fall new members are 
pledged and given the title of "Little Fins." It is not until 
after the spring pageant that they are initiated and officially 
called "Big Fins." 

Throughout the year instruction is given in basic swimming 
skils, fundamental synchronized swimming and water ballet. 
Both Big and Little Fins practice diligently in preparation for 
their spring pageant which is one of the spring highlights. 
Under the supervision of Miss Kitty Blakemore, Dolphin this 
year presented "The Academy Goes Aquatic" in which 
clever and colorful acts portrayed various Academy Award 
winners. 

After the work and excitement of the pageant have passed, 
the members relax at the annual picnic — a fun-filled "fin-nish" 
to the year's activities. 

Zimmerman, Patricia Prichard, Elizabeth Wilson, Mellnda Wilson, Alice 
Toussaint, Judy Mills, Kathy Jo Snyder, Susan Allen, Mary Ann 
Baughman, Judy Fallon. Fourth Row: Marcla Bailey. Margaret Mann, 
Jane Hansford. David Kohler. Ken Means, Rodger Wright, Michael 
Hackett, Charlotte Smith, Shelia Mills, Ron Crago, Ron Peyton. Agnes 
Hansen. Jill Borror. Janet Crlswell. Sherry Ambroslana. 








Left to Right. First Row: E. C. Jones, 
Faculty Advisor; Wayne Brown, Vice- 
President; James Bennett, President; 
Edwin Goff, Recording Secretary; Jim 
Keatley, Treasurer. Second Row: Jack 
Thomas, Franlclin Gump, Carl Avers. John 
R. Lang, Jr., Dayne Aldridge. Corre- 
sponding Secretary; Wayne Brewer, Dean 
Baker. Third Row: Robert Michael, Cor- 
respondent; Frederick Raber. 



ETA KAPPA NU 



Eta Kappa Nu, an association for those in the field of electrical engineering, was 
first established at West Virginia University in 1947. This organization has as its worthy 
aspirations the improvement of the profession, the courses of instruction, and the insti- 
tutions where its chapters are established. Each year Eta Kappa Nu presents an award 
to the outstanding freshman in the field of electrical engineering. In addition, they 
also furnish a journal and seminar room for use by those in their profession. The fifteen 
members meet weekly and climax the year with an annual spring banquet. The advisor 
for the group is Dr. E. C, Jcnes 



OFFICERS 

JAMES BENNETT 

President 

WAYNE BROWN 

Vice-President 

EDWIN GOFF 

Secretary 

JIM KEATLY 

Treasurer 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 



The purpose of the hlome Economics Club is to stimulate professional interest In the 
field of home economics and to foster the Ideals of economic homemaking. To fulfill 
their objectives, the members presented programs for students in home economics to 
give them a broader understanding of the field. As their special project this year, the 
group sold UNICEF Christmas cards and, to add even more joy to the season, had a 
club party during the hollda/s. Outings were held in the fall and spring. 

The sponsor of the group is Babette Graf. 



OFFICERS 

SARAH LAWSON 

President 
CAROL GREENLEE 

Vice-President 

CAROLYN MARTIN 

Secretary 

JEAN DeWICK 

Treasurer 




Left to Right, First Row: Carol Greenlee, 
Vice-President; Sarah Lawson, President; 
Carolyn Martin, Secretary. Second Row: 
Judy Tamulitis, Judy Teets. Judy Myers, 
Sharon Miller. Sally Summers, Mary Ann 
Summers, Kathleen Ferguson. 



Left to Right. First Row: Eddie C. Ken- 
nedy. Counsellor: Linda Swiqer, Presi- 
dent; Patricia Terrill. Vice-President; 
Marilyn _Stumet. Secretary. Second Row: 
Rose R. Maxwell. Brenda Martin, Kay L. 
Houze. Linda D. Fleming, Robert H. 
Neff, Treasurer; Susan Parker. Sandra D. 
Potter, Carol Wilson. 




KAPPA DELTA PI 



OFFICERS 

LINDA SWIGER 

President 

PATRICIA TERRILL 

Vice-President 

MARILYN GRUMET 

Secretary 



Kappa Delta Pi, the national honorary in education, was established on the University 
campus in 1927. This organization, under the leadership of Dr. Eddie Kennedy, affords 
special recognition to outstanding education majors and promotes high professional, 
intellectual, and personal standards. Each year the members sponsor a reception honor- 
ing new students in the College of Education and an initiation banquet for new mem- 
bers of the group. These individuals are selected on the basis of high scholastic ability 
and outstanding professions! qualities. The 150 active members of Kappa Delta Pi 
contribute to the John E. Bohan Loan Fund established for the assistance of education 
majors. 



KAPPA PSI 



OFFICERS 

LESTER PATTERSON 

Regent 

JOHN CAVENDISH 

Vice-Regent 

DAN RYDER 

Secretary 

JOE POTOCZNY 

Treasurer 

CLAYTON BOND 

Historian 



Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity, the professional pharmacy honorary for men, 
was established at West Virginia University in 1923. Since that time, these men have 
striven to carry out the purposes of the honorary, which are to promote pharmacy and 
to conduct a fraternal organization for the mutual benefit of its members. Each year 
an engraved plate is placed in the Dean's office honoring the pharmaceutical student 
who, in his junior year, has achieved the highest academic average. 

Serving as advisor for hhe group is Dr. Earl Core. 



Left to Right, First Row: Dean R. O. 
Bachmann, F. L. Geiler, Faculty: FranIt 
D. O'Connell, Faculty: Albert F. Woiclk. 
Faculty; Charles W. Blissitt, Faculty; 
Lester F. Patterson, Regent; John W. 
Cavendish. Vice-Regent; Darrel L. Cullop. 
A. C. Core. Grand Council Deputy. 
Second Row: James A. Mauro. Ronald 
F. Lilly. William A. Krantz. Larry Gaston. 
Paul R. Manzuk, Chaplain: George E. 
Lemasters, Clayton E. Bond, Historian: 
Larry K. Morrison. 




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Left to Right, First Row: Wanda Kellison, 
Vice-President; Carol Ferrett. Treasurer; 
Delores DeMary. President; Beth Lucas, 
Historian; Shirley Jarre!!, Secretary. Sec- 
ond Row: Alice VanKirk, Elizabeth 
Wyckoff, Joanna Pitser, Helen Pavlech, 
Advisor; Mary Ann Schwarz, Karen 
Ridgway. Not pictured:- Harriett Brawley, 
Mary Gjido, Cornelia Reep. 



LAMBDA KAPPA SIGMA 

Lambda Kappa Sigma, women's pharmacy honorary, was organized on the West 
Virginia University campus in I960. The purpose of the honorary is to promote the pro- 
fession of pharmacy among women and to create a center of enjoyment, friendship, and 
culture. Special projects of the group include the Big-Little Sister Program, helping 
with the Pharmacy Seminar, and working with the American Pharmaceutical Association 
in planning social receptions. Social activities of the group include its Initiation Ban- 
quet, Pre-Pharmacy Reception, and a dance with Kappa Psi. 

Miss Helen Pavlech is the sponsor of the honorary. 



OFFICERS 

DELORES DeMARY 

President 
WANDA KELLISON 

Vice-President 
SHIRLEY JARRELL 

Secretary 

CAROL FERRETT 

Treasurer 

BETH LUCAS 

Historian 



MU PHI EPSILON 



Mu Phi Epsilon, nationa' music sorority, strives for a feeling of true sisterhood among 
women in the field of music. It also has as its goals the promotion of musicianship and 
scholarship and loyalty to the Alma Mater. Organized in 1950, Epsilon Mu Chapter is 
primarily a performing group and offers musical programs throughout the year. Its 
members tutor freshman women musicians and provide a yearly scholarship to a summer 
music camp. The sorority lists among its social activities receptions after recitals, dances, 
and parties. Mrs. Jane Pestun and Ruth Drucber serve as advisors for the group. 



OFFICERS 

NANCY FOX 

President 

PEGGY PERCIVAL 

Vice-President 

MISSIE CONWAY 

Corresponding Secretary 

KAREN ZICKAFOOSE 

Recording Secretary 

SHARON CURNUTTE 

Treasurer 




Left to Right, First Row: Susan Parker, 
Karen Zlckafoose, Secretary; Nancy Fox, 
President; Peggy Percival, Vice-President; 
Sharon Curnutte, Treasurer; Doris. 
Rhoades. Second Row: Ann Heaton, 
Kathy Hardy, Mary Longhorn. Doris Fox, 
Karen McFarland, Carole Ross, Dotty 
Still, Betsy Bowers, Vicki Helfferich, Sinny 
Johnson. 




ORCHESIS 



Orchesis, the workshop extension of the modern dance 
classes, strives to offer to the interested student an oppor- 
tunity for creative dancing. It provides a place for the study, 
composition, and performance of dance and encourages, as 
well, a high standard of artistic integrity and creative effort. 
Orchesis was founded at West Virginia University in I 928 and 
since that time has annually undertaken many worthwhile 
projects. Some of the major contributions include an annual 
Spring Recital, an educational television program broadcast 
in Pittsburgh, and the choreography for the University 
Theatre musical production. The twenty-one members of 
C'chesis meet weekly under the able direction of Mary 
Kathryn Wiedebush. 

OFFICERS 

NELLA M. BUHA President 

NAN McEWEN Vice-President 

BEHY M. HUNT Recording Secretary 

KAREN HANSHAW Corresponding Secretary 

JOAN M. BEROLLAHI Treasurer 




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PERSHING RIFLES 



Pershing Rifles was organized on the campus in 1955 to 
provide military training and leadership for basic ROTC 
cadets. This year, the enrollment of Company S-l swelled 
to one of the highest on record. With the installation of 
approximately 80 basic military students, Pershing Rifles 
started the year's activities with a bivouac at Chestnut Ridge. 
The men were put through a leadership-reaction test which 
consisted of six tactical problems. The bivouac was a suc- 
cess and another one was planned for April. The Company 
selected Kathy Whittington as Its sponsor and crowned her 
queen of the Pershing Rifles Ball, the social highlight of the 
year. 

Captain Richard Townsley serves as sponsor for the or- 
ganization. 




Left to Right, First Row: Robert Wheeler, Darwin F. Drain, Lynwood K, 
Ireland. Second Row: Kathryn Whittington, Sponsor: Gordon Whitman, 
David R. Raines. tHarald Palm, David Cummings, Tom Beha, Vincent 
Stento. Capt. Richard W. Townsley. Advisor. 





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OFFICERS 

DAVID RAINES Company Commander 

LOUIS VARI Executive Officer 

DAVE CUMMINGS Public Information Officer 

HARALD PALM Training Officer 

THOMAS BEHA Supply Officer 

LYNWOOD IRELAND Drill Officer 

DARWIN DRAIN Pledge OfRcer 

GORDON WHITMAN Chaplain 



FIRST PLATOON 

Left to Right, First Row: Jerry Bortner, Lynwood Ireland. Second Row; 
John McDonald, Victor Cerra, Michael Roder. Martin Krievs. Third Row: 
David Hite, Joseph Steve, Jr., Benny Blackshire, David Morris. Fourth 
Row: Roderick Mason, Robert Kurner, Marvin Stanley, Erhardt Wagner. 
Fifth Row: Frank Hatmaker, Robert Hoffman, Dwayne Hardbarger, M. 
Franklin Squires. Sixth Row: Ralph Funk, Jr. Cleo Myers, Paul Blbbee, 
Otis Snyder. Seventh Row: Michael Burk, John Rennix, Joe Bowden, 
John Larimer. Eighth Row: Raymond Schulte, Larry Reeves. 




SECOND PLATOON 

Left to Right, First Row: Ralph Bassett, Jr., Darwin Drain. Second Row: 
Richard Bird, Frank Stankus, Robert Cady, Curtis Bowden. Third Row; 
Matthew Balasis, Harry Lester. Frederick Cyrus. Michael Pearl. Fourth 
Row: Richard Cramlet, Alexander Sunday, Howard Ford, Robert Lynch. 
Fifth Row: Frank Vogel, Jason Cook, Jerry Gianoutsos, Forest Pratt. 
Sixth Row: Jim Hutchinson, James Dennis, Johnson Vance, Guy Flinn. 
Seventh Row: Fred Chipps. 



PI DELTA PH 



Having as its purpose the stimulation of interest in French 
literature and culture, Pi Delta Phi, national French honorary, 
was organized on the campus in 1950. The monthly meetings 
present an opportunity to the members to speak and hear 
their "adopted" language informally. Each year the organi- 
zation awards a French dictionary to an outstanding student 
in intermediate French. On the social side, Pi Delta Phi lists 
as its activities the annual Christmas party, the initiation 
program, and a senior party. 

Dr. Arthur McBride serves as sponsor for the group. 



OFFICERS 

HELEN K. PETERS President 

JULIE WILSON . . Vice-President 

MARY ALICE ULCH .... Secretary 

KAREN HANSHAW Treasurer 



Left to Right, First Row: Becky McCue. Ann Powell, Mary Jane Mulhol- 
land, Dannie Swan. Second Row: Harvey Bennett, Karen Hanshaw, 
Treasurer, Helen Kathryn Peters, President; Mary Alice Ulch, Secretary; 
William Hagerty. Third Row: Mrs. McBride, Arthur C. McBride, Advisor; 
Karen Goss, Patty Meyer, Christiana Dill, Rosemary Borgman, Lynn 
Johnson. 





Left +0 Right, First Row: Robert Creek, 
President; Kenneth May, Treasurer, 
Elizabeth Ann Bartholomew, Faculty Ad- 
Visor; Elsie L. Darrah, Vice-President; 
Carolyn R. Bensel, Secretary. Second 
Row: Roy Snyder, Larry E. Brown, Robert 
E. Grinnes, Judith Wilburn, Mary Alice 
Whitaker, Joan Greenfield, Janice Glime, 
Teresa Acker, C. K. Worthington, Charles 
T. Reed, John E. Fhirey, James L. Burns. 
Third Row: hi. James Cross, Thomas 
Sterner, Robert Nunley, Philip Sheridan, 
Gene F. Sentz, Gay Jwiden, Alan Juben- 
ville, Carol L. Lamm, Terry L. Sharik, 
John L. Maxwell. 



PHI EPSILON PHI 



Phi Epsilon Phi, national botanical honorary, alms prinnarlly to encourage in its menn- 
bers high scholastic attainment and to incite Interest in botanical research. Founded 
at West Virginia University in 1929, the organization has membership open to students 
and faculty who can, through working together, extend their interest in botany beyond 
the classroom. Phi Epsilon Phi allows a great deal of freedom in the exchange of ideas 
among its members and in the educational activities it undertakes. One of the group's 
major projects is the sponsoring of the annual Wild Flower Day for state schools. The 
group is sponsored by Elizabeth Bartholomew. 



OFFICERS 

ROBERT CREEK 

President 

ELSIE DARRAH 

Vice-President 

CAROLYN R. BENSEL 

Secretary 

KENNETH MAY 

Treasurer 



PHI UPSILON OMICRON 



Phi Upsilon Omicron, home economics honorary, was organized on the WVU cam- 
pus on November 24, 1923. The seventeen members, along with their sponsor, Mrs. 
Baisden, work together to fulfill the honorary's purposes of advancing home economics, 
of establishing and strengthening bonds of friendship among its members, and of pro- 
moting the moral and intellectual development of its women members. For special 
projects the group makes cobbler's aprons, dresses dolls for the Salvation Army, deco- 
rates the bulletin board, sells food, and promotes interest in home economics in high 
schools. Each year a scholarship is awarded to a deserving freshman woman. 



OFFICERS 

BARBARA JUDY 

President 
APRIL BEAVERS 

Vice-President 

BETTE R. GRUBB 

Corresponding Secretary 

FAITH ZIRKLE 

Recording Secretary 

JANE HUTCHINSON 

Treasurer 




Left to Right, First Row: Barbara Dailey, 
Chapter Editor; Georgia Mucey, His- 
torian; April Beavers, Vice-President; 
Faith Zirkle, Secretary; Barbara Judy, 
President; Jane Hutchinson, Treasurer; 
Janet Phillippi, Chaplain; Bette R. Grubb, 
Corresponding Secretary. Second Row: 
Janet R. Queen, Anna J. KInsey, Jane 
Hanst, Sandra Van Metre, Barbara 
Lipscomb, Eileen Martin, Jane Kimble, 
Estella J. Ball, Helen Groves, Dee Ann 
Cabo. Third Row: Mary Defibaugh, Lynn 
Spencer, Carol Greenlee, Jenna L. Doss, 
Sarah Lawson, Ann Fitzwater. 



Left to Right. First Row: Sharon Brook- 
ever, Louise Beclman. Danette Cain, 
Jenny Henry. Mrs. Pearse. Advisor; 
Mary R. Tebay. Lin Altlzer. Anna Curry, 
Linda Gayvert. Joycelyn Ramsey. Laura 
Colasante. Secretary. Second Row: Sandy 
Bullman. Winona Vannoy. Margaret 
Miller. Mary Olver. Martha S. CoHio, 
Karen Vannoy. Sharon Coe, Susan Simms. 
Cindy Goff. Glna Herrlcic, Sue Slish, 
Connie Craft, Kathy Mllroy. Laura Tlb- 
betts. Third Row: Dr. Carruth, Sponsor; 
Brenda Cook. Sue Nicholson, JoAnn 
Sweeney. Agnes Hansen. Nikkl Sensenlch, 
Vice-President; Mary A. Baughman, 
Treasurer; Judy Fallon. Mary Cunning- 
hann. President; Pat P'Slmer, Mary 
Mitchell. Jill Borror, Jenny Slsler. 




P. E. MAJORS 



OFFICERS 

MARY CUNNINGHAM 

President 

NIKKI SENSENICH 

Vice-President 

LAURA COLASANTE 

Secretary 

MARY BAUGHMAN 

Treasurer 



The Women's Physical Education Maiors Club v/as organized on the WVU campus 
In 1956. Under the direction of Dr. WIncIe Ann Carruth, this group strives to further 
the professional growth of each education major and stimulate Interest In the field. 
Special convocations featuring outstanding figures in the field of physical education 
as guest speakers, play days for high school girls, and sports clinics all contribute to 
the attainment of these goals. A spring camping trip and a fall reception for all ma- 
jors and faculty highlight the yearly program. To strengthen academic achievement, 
the organization awards the Grace M. Grffiith Scholarship to an outstanding freshman 
in the field of physical education. 



PI TAU SIGMA 



OFFICERS 

HOLDEN DOUGHERTY 

President 

FRANKLIN GUMP 

Vice-President 

CHARLES VEST 

Recording Secretary 

FRED NERZ 

Corresponding Secretary 

ROBERT m'cELDOWNEY 

Treasurer 



Pi Tau Sigma, established in 1942, has as Its purposes the fostering of the high ideals 
of the engineering profession, the stimulation of Interest in its activities, and the 
promotion of the professional welfare of its members. The primary project of the 
organization Is to deliver an Informative lecture to mechanical engineering freshmen 
to aid them In the engineering profession and to orient them to the object and ac- 
tivities of the national association and the local Pi Gamma chapter. The organlration 
annually presents an award to an outstanding sophomore and junior In mechanical 
engineering. Social activities include an initiation banquet and the Engineers Ball. 



Left to Right, First Row: Holden 
Dougherty, Jr., President: Harold Gather, 
Faculty Advisor; Franklin N. Gump, Vice- 
President. Second Row: James Cope, 
Don Teringo. Gralg Hess. Frank Stepanlk, 
Robert Alvarez, Charles Jamison. Not 
Pictured: Robert McEldowney. Treasurer; 
Fred Nerz, Corresponding Secretary; 
Charles Vest, Recording Secretary. 





Left to Right, First Row: Susan Sturm, 
Juanita Hoover, Marilyn Munchmeyer, 
Ruth Gross, A. Christy Barthlow, Mary 
Ann Benson, Muriel W. Wagner. MItzl 
M. Stafford, Virginia H. Nugent, Maria 
DeCarlo. Secretary. Second Row: Edward 
A. Carson, Frances Lucas. Elliot hlender- 
son. President: Stan Nelson, Roman 
Aquizap, August Johnson, Sam Goois, 
Edward Willis, Paul Griffin, David Cole, 
Walter Voigt. Third Row: Joel Bedell, 
Mickey Miller, Robert Johnson, Robert 
LoPresti, David Linden, Howard R. 
Grumpelt, George Cooper, Philip E. 
Comer. Vice-President; Calvin Peal, 
Joseph Panepinto, Arthur Thomas, Fac- 
ulty Advisor. Fourth Row: William 
Coyner, Woodward Prince, William Wor- 
rell, Jr., Gene Furbee, Sheldon Downes. 



PSI CHI 



Psi Chi, psychology honorary, was organized on the campus of West Virginia Univer- 
sity in 1948. Its purposes are to advance the science of psychology and to encourage 
and maintain the scholarship of the individual members in all fields, with special em- 
phasis on psychology. The members are selected from psychology majors who have 
exhibited a high degree of scholastic achievement. Among the special projects of the 
honorary is the binding of journals for the psychology graduate room of the Psi Chi 
library. 

The sponsor of the organization is Dr. Arthur Thomas. 



OFFICERS 

ELLIOT HENDERSON 

President 

PHIL COHER 

Vice-President 

MARIA DECARLO 

Secretary 



RECREATION CLUB 



Organized on this campus in 1956, the West Virginia University Professional Recre- 
ation Society unites into one organization all students who plan to enter the field of 
recreation. Each year this organization invites outstanding recreation administrators to 
speak to its thirty-five members concerning the various aspects involved in this occupa- 
tion. Other special projects of the group include providing volunteer recreation leader- 
ship and service to organizations throughout the state. The "Get-Acquainted" party, 
fall party, winter camping trip, winter sports outing and a spring picnic are among the 
social events of the year. 

John G. Gcherlacher and Joseph M. hlutchinson, Jr., serve as co-sponsors for the 
organization. 



OFFICERS 

ROBERT STEALEY 

President 

FRED CUTLIP 

Vice-President 

JUDY VEJVODA 

Secretary-Treasurer 

CYNTHIA TRENT 

Corresponding Secretary 




Left to Right, First Row: Robert Stealey, 
President; Jean Oiler, Keith Shlmer, 
Cynthia Trent, Corresponding Secretary; 
Joe Brown, Jenny Cummlngs, Stan 
Maddy, Sharon Smith, John Wharry, 
Charles Kidd, Charley Layman. Second 
Row: Lynn Jamison, Joyce Crissinger, 
Judy Vejvoda, Secretary-Treasurer; Carl 
Bradford, Clarabelle Eaton, Mike Farmer, 
Patty Polls, Ray McCoy, Fred Cutlip. 
Vice-President; Joe Little, Steve Seaman. 
Third Row: Thomas Cooper, David Barb, 
Mike Vecellio, Nick Hickman, Cari 
Townsend, Vance Crites, Charles Long, 
Carol Workman, Lynn Maddy, Steve 
Molan, Robert McCoy. Fourth Row: 
Joseph M. Hutchinson, Jr., Advisor. 



SCABBARD AND BLADE 



Scabbard and Blade, the national ROTC honor society, 
wsa founded on the West Virginia University campus in 1916 
in order to develop better military-civilian relationships, en- 
courage potential officers, and spread information concern- 
ing military requirements. The thirty-nine members of the 
honorary serve the University through such activities as act- 
ing as honor guards for the Homecoming and Military Ball 
Queens and conducting the flag-raising ceremonies at sports 
events. Each month an award is given to an outstanding ca- 
det, and a trophy is presented to the company exhibiting 
superior achievement during the year. The members of Scab- 
bard and Blade climax the activities of the year with a ban- 
quet prior to the Military Ball. 

Captain Wayne Shaffer serves as advisor to Company C 
of the 2nd Regiment, the local chapter of the national honor- 
ary. 



OFFICERS 

GLENN D. HOOVER. JR Presldant 

CURTIS RHODES Vice-President 

REGIS SUPPOK Secretary 

KENNETH Vi'YKLE Treasurer 



Left to Right, First Row: Wayne Shaffer, captain; Glenn D. Hoover, Jr., 
President: Regis J. Suppok, Secretary; Curtis A. Rtiodes, Vice-President; 
Kenneth R. Wykle, Treasurer. Second Row: Dennis Webster, Grover 
Katzran, William Thompson, Arthur Roblson. John Folfas. Jr., Carl 
ZriUtorlc Jflme<; C Smith. Third Row: Leo Pennlnaton. John Camobell. 



Katzran, William Itiompson, Artliur Kobison. Jolin t-oltas. Jr., Carl 
Zaiatoris, James C. Smith. Third Row: Leo Pennington, John Campbell, 
Gary Bennlnger, William Dyer, John Balasko, Marlon Massinople, Gary 
Ellis. Fourth Row: Joel Gaydos, Richard Haley, Anthony Tarquinlo, 
Gordon Lee Whitman, Gary Friend, David Fox. 




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SIGMA DELTA 



Sigma Delta, West Virginia University's youngest sorority, was organized in 1961. 
Its purpose is to unite undergraduate University women of the Jewish faith into a social 
sorority which eventually hopes to reactivate the charter of the national sorority, Sigma 
Delta Tau. The fourteen members have as their special projects a party for the resi- 
dents of Sundale Rest Home and fund-raising card parties. Social activities of Sigma 
Delta consist of an Alumnae Dinner and a spring party, plus pledge parties and des- 
serts. The organization is represented by members in Chimes, Student Government and 
the MONTICOLA staff. 

Mrs. Lawrence DeLynn is the organisation's sponsor. 



Leh to Right, First Row: Phyllis Carp, 
Corresponding Secretary: Barbara Karp, 
President: Elaine Shartsis, Treasurer: 
Marsha Gordon, Recording Secretary. 
Second Row: Sharon Duckman, Bobble 
Fassler, Barrie Schneider, Margie Deld- 
berg, Arlene Silvers, Vice-President; 
Laraine Duckman, Joan Markham. Not 
Pictured: Rosalind Kinnnnelnnan, Harriet 
Goldfon, Beverly Lefkowitz. 



OFFICERS 

BARBARA KARP 

President 

ARLENE SILVERS 

Vice-President 

MARSHA GORDON 

Recording Secretary 

PHYLLIS CARP 

Corresponding Secretary 

ELAINE SHARTSIS 

Treasurer 



SIGMA DELTA CHI 



Organized on the campus of West Virginia University in 1959, Sigma Delta Chi is a 
national organization encompassing those who intend to serve in journalism. At the 
monthly meetings, its fifreen members discuss special projects, such as the selling of 
programs at home basketball games. They also invite qualified speakers to lecture on 
various aspects of journalism. The purpose of the organization is to assist members in 
acquiring the principles of journalism and to advance the standards of the press by 
fostering a higher ethical code. Annually a scholarship is awarded to an outstanding 
journalism student. Also, each year the University Chapter has a joint initiation with 
the Duquesne and PittsbL'rgh Chapters. 



OFFICERS 

JAMES CARTE 

President 

JOHN CANFIELD 

Vice-President 

ART COREY 

Secretary 

BOB GORNALL 

Treasurer 




Left to Right, First Row: Ray Evans, 
Program Chairman: Art Corey, Secre- 
tary: Jim Carte, President: Jack Canfield, 
Vice-President: Paul A. Atkins, Advisor. 
Second Row: Ray Oliverlo, Allan Noe, 
Francis Blake. Lowell Connor, Dave 
Cummings, Robert Welling, Doug Hugg, 
John Allevato. 



SIGMA TAU SIGMA 



The English majors study about the Tudor Family, which 
reigned In England from 1485 to 1603. West Virginia has its 
own Twentieth Century "Tudor" family, Sigma Tau Sigma. 
This national student tutoring society was organired on the 
WVU campus in the spring of 1959. It is composed of stu- 
dents who have a 3.0 or better over-all average and who 
are of junior or senior standing. In addition to offering tu- 
toring services to the student body, Sigma Tau Sigma spon- 
sors a "Book of the Year," which all students are encouraged 
to read in order to widen their intellectual horizons. A $100 
scholarship is also granted each year to a student financially 
and scholastically deserving of the award. 

Dr. Donald J. Horvath Is the advisor for the organization. 



OFFICERS 

DICK CORNELIA President 

DANIEL MICHEL Vice-President 

JOANNA PITSER Recording Secretary 

PATTY SULLIVAN Corresponding Secretary 

ROBERT MEHALL Treasurer 



Lett to Right, First Row: Juanita Hoover, Linda Fleming, Dick Cornelia, 
President; Joanna Pitser. Recording Secretary; Patty Sullivan, Cor- 
responding Secretary; Daniel Michel, Vice President: D. D. Willard. 
Second Row: Mary Ann Benson. Dorothy J. Orndorff. Carol Greenlee, 
Jane Hansford. Marilyn Munchma;/er. Laura Lou Smith, Carol Flenniken. 
Third Row: Charles E. Jamison li, Pietro V. Caruso, Doris Fox. James 
Riffe. John Warren Jr., Larry J. Lilly, Charles Wayne Brewer. James R. 
Cox. Robert Strauch, Joseph R. Kerr, Winona Vannoy, Rusty Williams. 
Fourth Row: Charlotte Klaus, Karen Ziclcefoose. Gordon M. Bowling. 
Thomas K. Young, John Tsoras, William L. Teano. Dewey King. Jim 
Barbe, George Walter, John Sutton, Theresa Bubonovich, Frank W. 
Schneider, Thomas B. Bare, Cynthia Gerwlg. Fifth Row: Don Barnett. 
Ronald DeCarlo, Pat Brown, Lawrence Syner, Harry Stemple, Jim Grow, 
Samuel Q. Gall, Barry A. Berlsford, Richard Sibley, Joseph Marcinek. 




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Left to Right. First Row: David Kirk, 
Campus Minister; Nelson Lazear, Re- 
cording Secretary; Ronald Johnston, 
Chaplain; V. Joseph Hull, President; 
Milce Ashworth, Pledge Master; Dwlght 
Lacy, Corresponding Secretary; John 
Williams, Historian; Stanley Farr, Spon- 
sor. Second Row: Lewis Omps, Wilfred 
Sei Boayue, Norman L. Kronjaeger, 
Howard Porter, Barry Larson, James 
Burgbacher, Gary Ellis, Treasurer; Paul S. 
Blbbeoux, Lynn E. Anderson, Ned C. 
Sheats, Jr., Larry W. Saunders, Lynn 
Walls, Steve Sheets, John' Sichlna, Evan 
Sharp. 



SIGMA THETA EPSILON 



Sigma Theta Epsilon, the national Methodist fraternity for college men, was es- 
tablished on this campus In 1939. At the Wednesday-evening meeting, various pro- 
grams are presented which aid in the Christian development of the individual mem- 
bers. Preparation In the art of living by Christian Ideals and promoting fellowship for 
all men of Methodist preference remain the primary goals of the fraternity. The mem- 
bers are taught to apply the Ideals of Christian honor and character to their lives 
through private worship. The social activities are held at Wesley Foundation, head- 
quarters for the group, and include parties, outings, and a pledge-active banquet. 

Stanley Farr serves as sponsor to the organization. 



OFFICERS 

VIRGIL J. HULL 

President 
E. DWIGHT LACY 

Vice-President 

NELSON LABEAR 

Secretary 

GARY ELLIS 

Treasurer 



S. N. E. A 



Student National Education Association, a national professional education organi- 
zation, was established at West Virginia University In 1952. Among its many group- 
sponsored projects are the Science Fair during Greater West Virginia Weekend and 
the publication of a brochure on education. SNEA Is associated with the West Virginia 
Education Association and the National Education Association. The organization Is 
honored to have one of its present members serving as a state officer and another 
e'ected to the same post for the coming year. At the top of the list of social activities 
is the annual Christmas party. 

SNEA is sponsored by Jack Taylor and Benjamin Bailey. 



OFFICERS 

CONNIE WARE 

President 
FRANK KNOUSE 

Vice-President 

JUDI WALDECK 

Recording Secretary 

JEANETTE SNODGRASS 

Corresponding Secretary 

SUZANNE ROUSE 

Treasurer 




Left to Right, First Row: John Williams 
Alfred Elmund, Tony Wlldt, Donald Lucas 
Frank Knouse, Vice-President; Joe Getz 
Parliamentarian; Bill O'Neill; Louis Perry 
Second Row: Fraya Pugh, Pat Brady 
Jeanette Snodgrass, Corresponding Sec 
retary; Suzanne Rouse, Treasurer; Judi 
Waldeck, Recording Secretary; Connie 
Ware, President; Tina Higginbotham 
Sarah Summers. Sue Klndelberger, Elea 
nore Davis. Third Row: B. H. Bailey, Co 
Sponsor; Peggy Evans, Nancy Catterton 
Marsha Frazee, Ann Hopkins, Sharon 
Gregory, Mary Olver, Claire Clark 
Karen Henderson, Susan Plttman, Chrl 
tina Fast, Laura L. Smith, Norrls Gwln 
Rosemary Anderson. Fourth Row: Shirley 
Tintle, Jane Boyer, Patrclia Walrond 
Nancy Outten, Cathy Waller, Anr 
Glotfelty, Linda Pearson, Judy Jacobs 
Nancy Prltt, Barbara Stout, Leia Berry 
Fifth Row: Steve Sheets, Dennis Lawrie 
Karen Kamineck, Gene Burch, Robert E 
Evans, Ronald Kuhl, Chuck Leullette 
Patty Terrill, Carolyn Wiles, Pattl Craft 
Jack Taylor, Co-Sponsor. 



R. O. T. C SPONSORS 



Left fo Right, First Row: Gail Montgomery. Jocele Lynch, Patt. 
Sullivan, Connie Waddell. Second Row: Diane Brown, Poll, 
ONeill, Carolyn Zeller. Third Row: Carol Flenniken, Linda 
McMorrow, Kathy Whitting^on. Fourth Row: Peggy Perciva' 
Connie Davis, Karen Amos. Fifth Row: Patti Bostic, Penny Roberh 
Libby KuykendalL 





A. F. R. O. T. C 
SPONSORS 



Left to Right, First Row: Carolyn Hornor, Ann Powell, 
Susie Cottrell, Janice Lynch, Janet Eskew, Judy K. Smith. 
Lunada Holland. Second Row: Sandra Mowery, Sharon 
Burmeister. Betsy Ross. Third Row: Mary Alice Selby, Jo 
Ann Zellers, Harriet Brawlcy. Fourth Row: Brenda Isaacs, 
Nan McEwen. Marlou Greenfield. Fifth Row: Ann John- 
son, Mary Jo Tomlinson, Sandy Ross. Sixth Row; Helen 
Paul. Nancy Flgaretti. Linda Lewis. Seventh Row: Velma 
Conley, Diane Hunter, Barbara Broadwater. Eighth Row: 
Susan Emblen, Lolelta Melton, Mae West. Ninth Row: 
Carol Sue McKinney. Ann Tawney. Barbara Harner. 
Tenth Row; Nancy Myers, Carol Greenlee, Sandy 
Lp.'lle. 



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Left to Right, First Row; James Saunders, 
J. Robert Mehall. Richard Haden, Jr., 
Richard Rockenstein, John C. Day, Joseph 
D. Henry, Jr., Robert Michael, Donald L. 
Teringo. Second Row: William Stroup, 
Larry Lilly, Charles Stricklin, David F. 
Barbe, President; Dayne Aldridge, Vice- 
President: Marvin Gould, Corresponding 
Secretary; James Bennett, Assistant 
Treasurer; Charles Vest, Cataloger; Emil 
Johnson, Douglas W. Steele. Third Row: 
Gary Jones, Fred Raber, Frank Wheeler, 
Robert Harris, Kent Webb, David 
Thompson, Dean Baker, Jonathan Burgess, 
Franklin Gump, Frank Stepanik, Wayne 
Brown, Arlen Hardman, Wayne Wilson. 



TAU BETA PI 



Tau Beta Pi, ranking engineering honorary, was organized on this campus in 1922. 
The group consists of tv/enty-eight members who, under the direction of Dr. E. C. 
Barbe, Chairman of the Advisory Board, strive to fulfill the honorary's purpose of 
marking outstanding engineers in a befitting manner. Each year a special award is 
presented to the outstanding freshman engineer. In addition, the Boeing Award is 
presented to the deserving junior engineering student. 



OFFICERS 

DAVID F. BARBE 

President 
DAYNE ALDRICH 

Vice-President 

JAMES EDELMAN 

Recording Secretary 

MARVIN GOULD 

Corresponding Secretary 

CHARLES VEST 

Cataloger 



THETA SIGMA PHI 



Theta Sigma Phi, the women's journalism honorary, attempts to recognize the work 
of outstanding women journalists, to promote a free and responsible press and to 
encourage women in the field of communications to better journalistic heights. As a 
part of their program, they annually present an award to an outstanding woman jour- 
nalist. This award may go to a teacher in journalism or to a woman on the staff of 
any newspaper in West Virginia. In cooperation with Sigma Delta Chi, a journalism 
banquet is sponsored each year. 

The sponsor for the group Is Mr. James Young. 



OFFICERS 

DONNA CHAMBERS 

President 

PHOEBE FISHER 

Treasurer 




Left to Right, First Row: Johnna Barto, 
Vikki Loufakis, Carol Ann Zinkus, Lena 
Hasselbach, Susan McNeill, Linda Lou 
Miller. Second Row: Donna Chambers, 
President; Phoebe Fisher, Treasurer. 



Left to Right, First Row: Carl Townsend, 
Allen Wright, Wayne Brewer. Paul Wil- 
liams. Dick Dowdy. Jerry Hudson. Robert 
Burns. Second Row: Martha Sheets, Rose- 
marie Sheets. Sharon Miller. Judy 
Tamilius. Rachel Bussard. Betty Mae 
Ferrell. Helen Bunten. C. P. Dorsey. Third 
Row: Barbara Lipscomb. Karen Ruddle 
Judy Brimson. Sue Ann Miller. Lois Kuhn. 
Donna Neely. Helen Groves. Nancy Pyles. 
Barbara Butler. Ann Hopkin. Fourth Row: 
Jane Cunningham, Diane Thorn. Donnis 
Renroad, Faye Hughes, Pat P'Simer, 
Elaine Bunten. Gaye Donna Hammer. 




OFFICERS 

RICHARD DOWDY 

President 

LINDA BOURGOYNE 

Host Vice-President 

NANCY PLYES 

Program Vice-President 

HELEN BUNTEN 

Scotfs Run Vice-President 

GAE DONNA HAMMER 

Secretary 

BARBARA LIPSCOMB 



UNIVERSITY 4-H CLUB 

The University 4-H Club yvas founded on our campus in 1926 to provide an organi- 
zation for social, educational, and service activities for former and present 4-H Club 
members who are students at the university. The 4-H movement is based upon the 
belief that each individual, to gain the most enjoyment and fulfillment in life, should 
grow into a person whose development is balanced in the phases of life represented by 
head, heart, hand and health H's. The group sponsors several projects which include 
the Scott's Run 4-H Club, Spiriteers, and the Host Program. 

Mr. C. P. Dorsey acts as advisor for the organization. 



VARSITY CLUB 



OFFICERS 

DAVE SANTROCK 

President 

DIETER GARRETT 

Vice-President 

RUTH ANN MARTIN 

Secretary 

STEVE EDWARDS 

Treasurer 



West Virginia University's Varsity Club, though only two years old, is very active and 
has become well known on campus. It was organized in 1961 and consists of twenty-five 
members. These students, along with their sponsor, Mr. Jack Sheehan, work toward 
achieving the club's goal of combining all campus sports. A special project of the 
group is the sale of football programs when the gridders take on another season. Each 
year a Varsity Club "Man of the Year" is honored by the group. The organization also 
holds a Sports Banquet each spring. 



Left to Right, First Row: Dieter Garrett, 
Vice-President; Steve Edwards, Treasurer; 
Ruth Ann Martin. Secretary; Dave San- 
trock. President. Second Row: Richard 
Ford, Donald Sweeney. Steve Levine. Jan 
Metz. Judy McQuire. Mary Alice Selby. 
Susan Pllegge. Beverly Bourne. Richard 
Harrison, Larry Blackburn, Keith Meleny- 
zer. Third Row: Richard Petran. John 
Burnlson, Ron Colaw, William Fleming, 
John Jameson, Donnie Young, Alan 
Hoover, Tom Yeater, Joe Pablan. Charles 
Buchanan. Fourth Row: Ron Colavincenzo. 
Glenn Bennett. Frank Slrlanni, George 
Nedeff, Ron Haggerty, Mike Clccl, Tom 
Spelsberg. Bernard Carney, Wendell 
backus. Fifth Row: Roger Meador, Joe 
Kublc, Eli Kosanovlch, Jerry Yost, Marlln 
Coker. Glenn Holton, Jim Moss, Joug 
Kersey, Ray Bazzoll, Ed Fierti. 





UNIVERSITY 
MARCHING 
BAND 



DAVID WALKER 
Drum Maior 




In another season of fine performances, West Virginia 
University's traditional all-male marching band displayed 
outstanding spirit, color, and pageantry in their snappy 
gold-and-blue uniforms and precise formations under the 
competent direction of Francis Borkowski. Aided by the 
Spiriteers, this group executed field formations, supple- 
mented by a commentary, for the entertainment of Moun- 
taineer fans during half-time activities. This year's drum 
major, David Walker, and the two tv/irlers, Charles Welshans 
and Joe Simon, did a fine job with their talent and leader- 
ship to add to the success of the performances. The spirit 
and enthusiasm shown by this group is exemplified by the 
fact that more than half of the membership is composed of 
non-music majors. 




Left to Right, First Row: Ka-en Mcrr.i, Kare-i B^iengee Junior Cabirc-t 
Advisor; Penny Ersklne, Katie Ferguson. Second Row: Joanna Pitser, Vice- 
President: Sue Jones, Publicity: S. Etta Williams, President; Sarah 
. awson, Treasurer: D. D. Willard, Membership. Third Row: Dee Ann 



i^ibr- Irene Reddick, Linda Fleming, Beverly Harris, Helen Smith, 
Betty Mae Ferrell, Helen Bunten. Mary G. Byrnside. Martha Post, Rusty 
Williams, Carol Flenniken, Kay Baker. 



Y. W. C. A 



OFFICERS 

SUSAN E. WILLIAMS President 

JOANNA PITSER Vice-President 

KAY LYNN HOUZE Secretary 

SARAH LAWSON Treasurer 

Af one of the few women's organizations on campus that 
cuts through" all social groups, the Young Women's Chris- 
tian Association was established at West Virginia University 
in 1906. YWCA members unite in the desire to realize a full 



did creative life through a growing knowledge of God. This 
year, emphasis on programming has been directed to four 
interest-group areas: Hot Spots, Christian Concerns, Morals 
and Ethics, and State Awareness. Five WVU delegates at- 
tended the National Student Assembly at the University of 
Illinois and returned with many new Ideas. 

Special projects include Asian and African book drives, 
remedial reading for the Scott's Run Settlement House and 
Freshman Week Vespers. "Y" calendars are known to every 
busy coed as a "must." Many students have appreciated the 
Coffee Hours which provide that extra spurt of energy. 

The activities of YWCA are under the guidance of Mrs. 
Charles Shetier, who served as Executive Director for the 
first timr; this year. 



Loft to Right, First Row: Sarah Scott, Saundra Batson Nancy 
Theophllus. Sue Miller, Linda McMichael. Second Row: 
Audra Starcher. Beth Leatherman, Radetta Taylor. Rowena 
Bryan, Karen Ballengee, Jr. Cabinet Advisor. Third Row: 
Dottle Hinkle, Carolyn Clohan, Ewana Cotgageorge, Susan 
Payne. Nancy Nunn, Nancy Swing, Susan Emblen. Nancy 
Worrell, Jeanette Snodgrass, Susan Hofstefter, Jane Hood. 





Left to Right, First Row: Mrs. L. L. Ben- 
nett, Advisor; Beverly Layne, Sylvin 
Bower, Brenda Boyles, Judy Thompson. 
Second Row: Sherry Hall, David Kappel, 
Barry Wise, Gail Gray, Maureen Bennett. 
Third Row: Warren Bixler. Bruce Boyles, 
E. J. Baisden, Jr., Russell Wise, Ralph 
Tuttle. Fourth Row: Harry Baisden, Tom 
Boyd, Gene Kinder, Lee Bower, David 
Vaughn. 



DISCIPLE STUDENT FELLOWSHIP 



The Disciple Student Fellowship furnished a program for the Christian Church students 
enrolled at the University. The objective of the Fellowship is to encourage each student 
to examine closely the purpose and scope of th Christian way of life and to apply his 
knowledge of God and the teachings of the Bible to his own personal life. The Sunday- 
evening meetings provide the students with both Christian fellowship and a chance 
to express their religious ideas and beliefs. Among the projects of the organization are 
the Thanksgiving Vespers Service, the Christmas Cantata, and the spring retreat. 

Mrs. Lawrence Bennett serves as sponsor for the group. 



OFFICERS 

DAVE VAUGHN 

President 

RALPH TUTTLE 

Vice-President 

BRENDA BOYLES 

Secretary 

RUSSELL WISE 

Treasurer 



HILLEL 

The hllllel Foundation, an organization for Jewish students. Is sponsored by the West 
Virginia Council of B'nal B'rlth. Founded on our campus In 1928, its purpose involves 
participation in the religious and cultural group expressions of the Jewish people with 
understanding and appreciation to the benefit of each individual. The seventy members 
hold regularly scheduled services each Friday evening, as well as Sunday-afternoon 
programs. The Hlllel Key is awarded to the most outstanding member of this organiza- 
tion each year. Social events include buffets, dances, and discussion groups. 

Rabbi hHerbert J. Wilner is the Foundation Director. 



OFFICERS 

GARYS. WEINER 

President 

MARSHA GORDON 

Vice-President — Treasurer 

JOAN MARKHAM 

Secretary 




Left +0 Right, First Row: Phyllis Carp, Ed 
Caplan, Marsha Gordon, Vice-President, 
Treasurer: Gary Weiner, President; 
Joan Maricham, Secretary; Steve Ma*. 
Second Row: Joyce Shackley, Rabbi H. J. 
Wilner, Elaine Shartsis, Fred Matlob. 
Third Row: Larry Krames, Elliot Krames, 
Alien Carp, Paul Davis, Hooshang Aziz, 
Martin Steuer. 



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LeH to Right, First Row: Jenny SIsler, Mellnda Goodwin. Karen Furner, 
Arlene Martin, Ann Von Pechy, Pat Saurborn, Linda Kesner, Sue Rogers, 
Jennie-Lee Doss' Beverly Gaston. Kathy Daily. Second Row: Roberta 
Walls, Barbara Wilson, Becky Taft, Jean Rose. Linda Gorrell. Sandra 



Left to Right. First Row: Saundra Batson 
Kathy Toland, Joyce Ann Wilt. Phyllis Mc- 
Cutcheon, Naomi Wriston. Janet Miller. Lueila 
Christistopher. Wllma Howell. Connie Toland. 
Second Row: Carol Ann Snyder, Kaaren Peder- 
son. Sue Ann Miller. Secretary; Madeline 
Sinkford. Historian: Becky Mitchell, Social 
Chairman: Judy Cook, President; Lois Kuhn, 
Vice-President; Rowena Bryan, Chaplain; 
Susan Payne, Patricia Walrond, Kay Dawson. 
Third Row: Martha Shaw, Maunalea Weekley, 
Terry Fronsman, Meredith Wilson, Faye 
Hughes. Barbara Duncan, Martha Bell, Radetta 
Taylor, Mary Ann White, Marlon Cave, Nancy 
Lynn Hamilton, Judy Myers, Mary Ann 
Summers, Dyanne Harman, Nancy Skldmore, 
Brooke Eliason, Eleanor Nay. 



KAPPA PHI 



Kappa Phi, national sorority for college Methodist wom- 
en, alnns high for the goal, "Every Methodlsf woman in the 
University world today, a leader in the church of tomorrow." 
Pi Chapter of Kappa Phi has become well known for its 
projects of service and its offering of guidance, friendship 
and worship opportunities to all University women. As active 
demonstration of good Intentions, Kappa Phi undertakes 
several projects each year. These include directing youth 
groups at Scott's Run Settlement House, visiting and read- 
ing to patients at Sundale Rest hHome, and aiding as recep- 
tionists at Vincent Pallottl hlospital. Mrs. Ralph Ryan acts 
as sponsor for Kappa Phi. 



Spifjnogle, Julie Weir, Mrs. Ralph W. Ryan, Sponsor: Peggie Harper, 
Marion Dickey, Judith Garvin, Jane Lawson, Jan Wilson, Ruth Anne 
Lytle, Reta Clegg. 



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OFFICERS 

ARLENE MARTIN President 

ANN VON PECHY First Vice-President 

CATHERINE DAILEY Second Vice-President 

KAREN FURNER Corresponding Secretary 

LINDA KESNER Recording Secretary 

SUE ROGERS Treasurer 

PAT SAURBORN Chaplain 



OFFICERS 

Left to Right, First Row: Mrs. Ralph W. Ryan, Sponsor; Catherine Dailey, 
Second Vice-President; Arlene Martin, President; Ann von Pecky, First 
Vice-President, Second Row: Sue Rogers, Treasurer; Linda Kesner, 
Corresponding Secretary; Jenna Lea Doss, Reporter; Pat Saurborn, 
Chaplain; Karen Furner, Secretary. 





OFFICERS 

Left to Right, First Row: Frank Auth, President; Carolyn Ponceroff. 
Secretary; Mary Anne Vogel, Second Vice-President. Second Row: John 
Lordeon, Treasurer; Father Stanley MacNevin, Advisor; Barbara Chetoctc, 
First Vice-President. 



NEWMAN CLUB 



OFFICERS 

FRANK AUTH President 

BARBARA CHETOCK First Vice-President 

MARY ANN VOGEL Second Vice-President 

CAROLYN PONCEROFF Secretary 

JOHN LORDEON Treasurer 



The Newman Club, established on the University campji 
in 1917, is dedicated to the religious, educational, and social 
welfare of Catholic students. Under the directipn of Father 
Stanley MacNevin, weekly meetings are held in Newmon 
Hall, the center of club activity. The 250 members engage 
in vanous special projects such as a Christmas party Tor 
underprivileged children and a drive to collect toys for a 
nearby orphanage. The numerous social events enjoyed by 
the organization include a fall picnic, a fall dance, a Thanks-, 
giving party, a Christmas party, and pizza parties. Through- 
out the year, socials are held each Wednesday evening. This 
year Newman Club was selected to host the Regional Con- 
ference which included student representatives from Concord 
College, Glenville State College, and West Virginia Weslyan 
College. 



Left to Right, First Row: Janice McCord, Francis Brezny, Kitty 'ihomas. 
Barbara McCoy, Carnnen Boutet, Marina Delqado, Frank Stepanik, 
Marian Vogel. Second Row: Charlotte Klaus, Ross McVey. Lucia DeLuca, 
Guy Flinn, Dolores Maseda, Teresa DeLuca, Aurelia Cappellari, Joan 
Znoy, J. Garrett Minke, Micky McCan. Third Row: Anita Lilya, Vicki 
Thomas, Thomas Sparks, Colleen Kilcollin, Carole Eisenhauer, Joseph 
Nuhfer, Mary A. Maykuth, Renee Gerard, Carole Davis, Ann M. Mays, 



Joan Folk. Fourth Row: Rosemary Zubas, Beatrice Koltak, Steve Bartko, 
Lyne Dalton, Fif Shaughnessy, Suzy Carey, Jerry Amici, Anthony 
DiBartolomeo. Bunny Rogers, Ray Martlnelii. Fifth Row: Szabolas Vigh, 
Laszio Pinter, William Chittum, Jack Brownfield, Michael Currence, John 
Studenc, Mary Norman, Bob Michael, John Gwandolo. Sixth Row: Jerry 
Glanoutsos, Richard Cramlet, J. Scully, Jerry Szelica, Hank Glbbs, Pete 
Joseph. 




Left io Right, First Row: Judy Garvin, Music Chairman; Linda Gorrell, 
Personnel: Naomi Rippey, Secretary; Judy Cook, Publicity Chairman; 
Cathjrine Dalley. Worship and Program Chairman. Second Row: John 



Rader, Financial Secretary; David Kirk, Minister to Students; Gary 
Bryant, Delegate at Large; Joe Hull, Treasurer; Paul Bibbee, Athletic 
Chairman; Mike Ashworth, President; Bill LIndley, Fellowship. 



WESLEY FOUNDATION 



OFFICERS 

MIKE ASHWORTH President 

WILFRED SEI BOAYUE Vice-President 

LINDA RIPPEY .' Secretary 

JOE HULL Treasurer 



The purpose of Wesley Foundation, organized on the 
campus of West Virginia University in 1925, is to provide 
religious training and guidance for Methodist students. Wes- 
ley Foundation provides a place to which students may go to 
discuss their ideas and problems and to find fellowship. 

The worship program of Wesley Foundation consists of 
religious classes each Sunday morning and an evening pro- 
gram on Sunday nights. These evening meetings include a 
speaker, discussion, film and a short devotional. Other func- 
tions of the Foundation include having study groups and 
recreational activities during the week. This group also spon- 
sors a student choir and a drama group. The main project 
of Wesley Foundation for the past four years has been 
sponsoring, by a scholarship, Wilfred Boayue, an "Intern-D- 
tional Student" from Liberia. 

Mr. David Kirk, minister to the students, serves as sponsor 
for the organization. 



The Reverend David Kirk, Minister \o the Students, discusses pro- 
gramming with members. 





ROYALTIES 




A glittering crown ... a glowing trophy ... a delicate 
bouquet ... a burst of approval from the spectators. At 
this moment, another name is added to the list of kings 
and queens for special weekends and functions. 

The selection of West Virginia University Royalty to 
grace such occasions is done in a variety of ways. Outstand- 
ing seniors are nominated by the campus honoraries to com- 
pose the candidacy for the titles of Miss and Mr. Moun- 
taineer, who are selected by prominent West Virginians. 
Candidates for Homecoming Queen are nominated by the 
sororities, Town Women, Arnold hiall, and Cavalettes. The 
queen is then chosen by a campus-wide election. A panel 
of faculty members select Men's Panhellenic Queen from 
the fraternity-sponsored candidates. The Aero-Space Ball 
Queen and the Military Ball Queen are selected from the 
AFRQTC and ROTC sponsors. 

The MONTICOLA Queen is annually chosen by a na- 
tionally-known celebrity and this year the candidates for 
the honor were nominated by the sororities, Arnold hiall, 
and Town Women. The section is concluded by our state's 
gracious and charming reigning queen. Miss West Virginia, 
who presides over many state functions throughout the year. 

These students, whether selected on appearance, leader- 
ship, poise, or a combination of these, are known by most of 
the student body, for these are the familiar faces seen laugh- 
ing at Jimmy's, hurrying to a meeting, studying for finals at 
the library, or decorating a float. Most of all, they are known 
for being WVU Royalty. 




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Hcrgantowr., West Virginia 

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Judpilng by your contestants for 19o3 MOKTICCLA 
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Tor ycunff Mmerlca!i bacnelors. 

I hope you realize how dlf'loult It Is to mako 
a selection without having an opportunity tc 
spha'-t to each of the r'.rls In person. lowever, 
since this Is net possible, I coula only assu-iie 
tt-at the phctocirapha were coiiinunlcatlnfr the 
warmth, the poise, and above all the Joy In 
llvlnr that are the attributes of a "natural" 
beauty. 

yor the cwoon of the 19b3 HCNTICOLA - Carolyn Zoller. 
r!or attendants - Ann Johnson and Jo Ann Zellera, 

To all your contestants, and to the Rraduatlnp 

class, my beat wishes for a happy and peaceful future. 



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A well-known auihoiity In the realm of royalty after his long association with 
the Miss America Pageant, Bert Parks has selected Carolyn Zeller as the 1963 
MONTICOLA Queen. Carolyn — petite, brown-eyed brunette, enchanting smile. 
She has chosen to rnaior in speech and her future plans include graduate work in 
speech therapy at the University of Virginia. 

Carolyn has been active on campus as shown by her participation in Student 
Legislature, Alpha Psi Omega, University Players, and serving as ROTC spon- 
sor. Although busy v/ilh her activities, Carolyn has ranked high scholastically. hier 
honors include memibershio in Li-Toon-Awa, Chimes, and Sigma Tau Sigma. 

Her sponsoring sorority, Delta Gamma, and MONTICOLA are proud to pre- 
sent such a lovely and deserving lady as the 1963 queen. 



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Sponsored by Kappa Kappa Gamma 




JOANN ZELLERS 

Sponsored by Chi Omega 




FAVORITES 



ANITA ZANNIER 
Alpha Delta Pi 




CAROLYN MENTZER 
Alpha Phi 



PATRICIA BOSTIC 
Alpha XI Delta 



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L'NDA LEWIS 
Arnold Hall 



DIXIE HAWSE 
Delta Deltd Delta 





PATRICIA SULLIVAN 
Gamma Phi Befa 



FAVORITES 




FAVORITES 



BARBARA EBERLY 
Kappa Delta 




PATRICIA FULL 
Pi Beta Phi 



JEAN ROSE 
Town Girls 



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SANDRA ROSS 



BARBARA BROADWATER 



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COVER GIRL 



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BARBARA MUMMART AND RALPH BEAN, JR. 



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GREEKS 




Fraterni+Ies — this word alone recalls memories of dates, 
serenades, combo parties, and just plain fun. However, the 
Greek organizations on the campus of West Virginia Uni- 
versity represent much more — leadership, work, scholarship, 
and friendship. Each of the eleven sororities and nineteen 
fraternities serves as a window into a world of high standards, 
inspiration, and tradition. 

Nevertheless, social functions are a very important part of 
Greek life at WVU. Formal rush and pledging are held early 
in the fall and always prove to be hectic but memorable ex- 
periences for both actives and prospective pledges. With 
the excitement of rush over, parties, parties, and more parties 
occupy week ends. Flappers, bums, fierce Northmen, lovely 
girls in shimmering formals, L'il Abners and Daisy Mae's — 
all these are part of the festive week-end scene from Septem- 
ber to May. 

Traditional inter-Greek activities play a vital role in sorority 
and fraternity life. Events such as the Sphinx Talent Show and 
the Mother's Day Sing hold coveted awards for which each 
Greek group works diligently each year. Various dances and 
events sponsored by the Panhellenic and Inter-Fraternity 
Councils serve as the framework for strong inter-Greek rela- 
tions. 

The Greek organizations realize the need for their attentjon 
to be directed to matters other than those dealing directly 
with their own groups. Charity and service projects such as 
hospital work, assistance to crippled children, and awards to 
outstanding students in various fields of study help to pro- 
mote excellence in the classroom, community, state, and 
nation. 

Perhaps the greatest benefits of Greek organizations are 
the friendships and the strong feeling of brotherhood and 
sisterhood — a tie which no amount of discouragement and 
disappointment can sever. All the memories — working until 
dawn on a Homecoming float, Christmas caroling, initiation, 
the spring formals — remain among the fondest recollections 
of a college career, along with the sisters and brothers who 
shared these happy times. 




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AND FUN IN GREEK LIFE 





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PANHELLENIC 
COUNCIL 



OFFICERS 

MAE WEST President 

CAROLE THALMAN Vice-President 

KATHLEEN FERGUSON Secretary 

MARSOT HEADLEY Treasurer 



Panhellenic Council, under the leadership of Mrs. Mary 
Jane Schuster, is composed of a junior and senior representa- 
tive from each sorority. Panhellenic furthers cooperation 
among the various sororities through such projects as ex- 
change dinners and the Panhellenic Dance. Striving to pro- 
mote the interests of Greek organizations on campus, the 
Council arranges special convocations such as the Panhel- 
lenic Leadership Conference and works closely with the 
Inter-Fraternity Council in planning Greek Week. Panhel- 
lenic actively encourages academic achievement in sororities 
by presenting a scholarship trophy to the sorority having the 
highest average for one calendar year, a scholarship plaque 
each semester to the sorority maintaining the highest aver- 
age, and a pledge scholarship to the pledge class with the 
highest average. Future plans discussed during the year in- 
clude a revised rush system and a method for encouraging 
new sororities to establish on campus. Panhellenic also spon- 
sors Junior Panhellenic which is composed of two members 
from each pledge class. This group holds an informal party 
for ail pledges, schedules pledge breakfasts, and entertains 
faculty children at a Christmas party. 



OFFICERS 

Margot Headley, Treasurer, Alpha Delta Pi 

Kathleen Ferguson, Secretary, Delta Delta Delta 

Mrs. Schuster, Advisor 

Mae West, President, Pi Beta Phi 

Carole Thalman. Vice-President, Alpha Xi Delta 



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LeFf to Right, First Row: Kathleen Ferguson, 
Secretary, Uelta Delta Delta: Mae West, Presi- 
dent, Pi Beta Phi; Carole Thalman. Vice-Presi- 
dent, Alpha XI Delta; Marqot Headley, 
Treasurer, Alpha Delta Pi. Second Row: Penny 
Christie, Delta Gamma; Ann Johnson, Kappa 
Kappa Gamma; Carol Flennilten. Pi Beta Phi; 
Pegqy Richmond, Chi Omega; Pam Wolfe. 
Kappa Delta; Barbara Karp, Sigma Delta. Third 
Row: Gaye Litz, Chi Omega; Linda Taylor, 
Kappa Delta: Carol Ann Zinkus. Gamma Phi 
Beta: Dorothy Haggerty, Alpha Delta Pi. Fourth 
Row: Nancy Butts. Kappa Kappa Gamma: Polly 
O'Neill, Alpha Xi Delta; Joan Markham, Sigma 
Delta; Carolyn Martin. Alpha Phi. Fifth Row: 
Penny Roberts, Gamma Phi Beta: Carolyn 
White, Delta Delta Delta: Mary Kay Giboney. 
Alpha Phi; Mrs. Schuster, Advisor. 



Let to Right, First Row: Frar-ces Rcwand. Kappa Delta; Nancy Carlson, 
Delta Gamma: Sharon Duckman. Secretary-Treasurer, Sigma Delta; 
Jenny Sue Henry, President, Alpha Phi: Sharon Conwell. Pi Beta Phi. 
Second Row: Beckl Tate. Delta Delta Delta; Susan Feather, Alpha Delta 
PI; Sally Evans. Chi Omega; Margie Weldberg, Sigma Delta; Susie 
Thurmond, Alpha Xi Delta; Carol Morgan, Kappa Kappa Gamma; Pat 



Hoblltzell, Chi Omeqa. Third Row: Lloyd Bane, Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Kathryn Sneddon, PI Beta Phi; Judy Mills, Kappa Delta: Eleanor Leslie 
Delta Gamma: Barbara Chetock, Gamma Phi Beta; Maryellyn Martin 
Gamma Phi Beta; Susan Nicholas, Delta Delta Delta: Elaine Zabeau 
Alpha Xi Delta; Nita Decker, Alpha Phi; Carole Thalman, Advisor 
Alpha Xi Delta. 





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SANDY ROSS 
President 




First Row: 

Karen G. Amos. Judith L. Auer, Sandra 
L. Austin, Mary K. Baker, Marlene B. 
Baron, Mary Ann Baughman. Bonnie J. 
Binger, Cindy L. Booher, Monica M. 
Borza. 



Second Row: 

Nancy K. Bouldin. Carolvn J. Brock. Ann 
Burton. Dee Ann Cabo, Wilma J. Corum, 
Janet Lee Criswell, Jacqueline L. Damron. 
Charlotte S. De^vall Susan V. Feather. 



Third Row: 

Jackie Fervier. Judith A. Goyne. Mary L. 
Gresham, Dorothy L. Haggarty, Kathy D. 
Hardy. Margot R. Headley. Florence E. 
Henkle, Jenny Sue Henry. Jacqueline L. 
Hitchner. 



Fourth Row: 

Annie Holt, Judith A. James, Linda S. 

Jones, Sharon K. Luchsinger, Jocele L. 

Lynch, Candace McDonald, Patricia L. 

Manchin, Esta M. Mensore, Linda E 
Moninger. 



ALPHA DELTA PI 



Alpha Delta PI was foundsd at Wesleyan Female College, Macon, Georgia, in 1851. 
It moved north to West Virginia University in 1927 when Alpha Epsilon chapter was 
organized. The Alpha Delta Pi's each contributed to the Penny-a-Month Fund, spon- 
sored by KDKA for a chilr-Jren's hospital, and to the Easter Seal campaign. The na- 
tional philanthrophy project is contributing a penny-a-day bank for crippled children. 
The ADPi Homecoming dragon — with human legs — crawled down High Street to cap- 
ture third-place honors. The annual social events include a Christmas party and a 
Founder's Day Tea. The party for graduating sisters is highlighted by a talent show, 
a gift, and refreshment?. April is the month for the Blue and White Formal which 
climaxes the social calendar. 

The chief officers of the sorority are: Sandy Ross, President; Sue Jones, Vice-presi- 
dent; Martha Post, Recording Secretary; Jocele Lynch, Corresponding Secretary; 
Mary Lou Gresham, Treasurer 



Fitth Row: 

Sara A- Mullett, Meredith P. Mundy. 
Mary ODell, Martha A. Post, Nancy L. 
Pride. Kathleen M. Puckett. Kathie M. 
Resick, Helen L. Robinson, Sandy L. Ross. 



Sixth Row: 

Diana G. Roth, Janet L. Schmelchel. 
Betty J. Skaggs, Anne Tawney, Janet M. 
Thompson. Annie M. Tissue. Ann C. 
Walker, Virginia A. Wiles, Janet E. 
Wlrtz. 



Seventh Row: 

Joan E. Wirtz, Betsy E. Wisor, Sandra S. 
Young, Anita L. Zannier, Virginia John- 
son. Housemother. 



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MARY JANE MULHOLLAND 
President 




First Row: 

E. Lea Altizer, Ann L. Amlck. Joellen 
Ayersnnan, Marcia L. Ballev. Jill Beaty, 
Mary K. Biddle, Michele 1. Brletic, 
Priscilla N. Burqer, Linda J. Burns. 



ALPHA PHI 



Second Row: 

Barbara L. Carpenter, Juanita A. Decker, 
Meredith J. Evans, Ann D. Everhart, Jane 
M. Farrell, Nancy J. Figaretti. Susan V. 
Foulk, Linda L. French, Mary K. Giboney. 



Third Row: 

Karen E. Goss. Renie R. Graver. Elizabeth 
L. Gump, Sally L. Hale, Pamela A. Hall, 
Lena E. Hasselbach. Anne E. Heaton, 
Brenda K. Isaacs, Daphna Killen. 



Fourth Row: 

Charlotte A. Klaus, Martha I. Lawson, 
Sarah D. Lawson, Judy A. Lekawa, Judy 
E. McGuire. Carolyn L. Martin, Carolyn 
A. Mentzer, Carol A. Millette, Mary Jane 
Mulholland. 



Alpha Phi originated at Syracuse University in 1872 and Beta lota chapter organized 
at West Virginia University in 1930, nnoving into the oldest house in Morgantown. 
Although some Alpha Phi's say that 97% of their members spend their time knitting and 
3% studying, someone finds time to contribute to the Heart Fund and serve as aids at 
the Vincent Pallotti hlospital. They also impersonated hoboes to win the second-place 
trophy in the 1962 Sphinv Tolent Show. The Alpha Phi social events include a Christmas 
Party, a Homecoming open house, a Mountaineer Weekend reception, and several 
desserts. The Alpha Phi Formal is held in March. 

Officers of the sorority include: Mary Jane Mulholland, President; Joanne Owen, 
First Vice-President; Sarah Lawson, Second Vice-President; Karen Goss, Secretary; 
Charlotte Klaus, Treasurer. 



Fifth Row: 

Gale M. Nesius, Jane M. Nesius, M. 
Joanne Owen, Helen V. Paull, Virginia L. 
Pe.-rine; Janet B. Phillippi, Rebecca S. 
Philhps. Carol A. Phillips, Susan E. 
Pileqqe. 



Slith Row: 

Kathryn E. Sauvageot. Jill Stevens, 
Cynthia A. Stewart, Dorothy A. Still, 
Linda L. Terry, Sue E. Thompson, Shirley 
V. Tintle, Marilyn M. Vogt, Linda J. 
Winesdorfer. 



Seventh Row: 

Helen E. Zick. Beverly K. Zimmerman, 
Ann Zinn, JoAnn C. Znoy, Elizabeth V. 
Upperman. Housemother. 



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First Row: 

Kay Bator, Claudia N. Benson, Patricia 
J. Bostic, Barbara A. Broadwater, Patricia 
K. Costo. Ardls K. Carter, Ann L. Chap- 
man, Kay L. Custer, Carole L. Davis. 



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Second Row: 

Jean B. DeWiclc. Carolyn F. Dotson, Joan 
M. Dropplennan, Rebecca A. Dunlap, 
Mary Anne Eckert, Susan E. Emblen, Elsie 
A. Errinqton, Kay A. Fleming, Linda D. 
Fleming. 



Third Row: 

Janet A. Goldchien, Linda L. Greco. 
Alicia M. Gross, Beverly B. Harris. Mar- 
garet H. Harris. Martha M. Harris, Mar- 
iorie A. Hawkins. Marian E. Hill, Lunada 
L. Holland. 



Fourth Row: 

Deborah A. Houqiand. Mary F. Knapp, 
Christine Lanqfitt, Nan McEwen, Kathe- 
rlne I. Martin. Linda J. Matthews, Loleta 
M. Melton. Diana M. Morgan, Carolyn 
L. Morris. 



ALPHA XI DELTA 



Founded at Lombard College in 1893, Alpha Xi Delta nov/ has 106 chapters. When 
lota chapter canne to West Virginia University in 1905. it was the first national sorority 
on campus. The "Fuzzies" are especially proud of their scholarship record for 1961-62 — 
first among the sororities — and their third-place av^ard in the 1963 Sphinx Talent Show. 
All girls at 618 Spruce Street enjoy entertaining in the "Pines." At Christmas they 
turn the entire house into a candle-and-pine wonderland for their annual party. The 
social event in the spring is the Rose Banquet and Formal. The Alpha Xi's also have a 
surprise party for the senior? and a Founder's Day program. One of the favorite study 
breaks for the "Fuzzies" is giving a surprise coke party for another sorority. 

Sorority officers include: Carol Wilson, President: Margaret HHarris, Vice-president: 
Linda Swiger, Recording Secretary: Nancy Spiti'nogle, Corresponding Secretary: Jean 
De Wick, Treasurer. 



Fifth Row: 

Andrea J. Nlehaus,- Polly A. O'Neill, 
Judith E. Park, Lillian M. Percival, Linda 
S. PorterTeld. Susan A. Rader, Linda R. 
Shumate, Elizabeth A. Smith, Judy Kay 
Smith. 



Sixth Row: 

Ruth R. Smith. Sandra S. Soles, Kathy 
Spltznogle, Nancy A. Spitznoqie, Ann C. 
Sterbutzel, Ruth A. Stump, Linda L. 
Swiger. Carole Ann Thalman, Carolyn K. 
Thomas. 



Seventh Row: 

Martha S. Thurmond. Barbara L. Whlt- 
tington, Kathryn J. Whlttington. Carol 
W. Wilson. Carolyn S. Wolfe. Barbara E. 
Zabeau. Mabel K. Tennant, Housemother. 



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Flnt Row: 

Loiii Bibby. Catherine C. Breckenridge, 
Kaisn P. Butler, Joan B. Clark, M. Lynne 
Clark, M. Claire Clarke. Mary Elizabeth 
Coiiaway. Pamela H. Cropp, Mary B. 
Delibaugh. 



Second Row: 

Sal y A. Evans, Linda Rose Feitler, Mary 
C. Frerotte, Mary Jo Fowler, Nancy A. 
Gcodwin, Nancy B. Graham, Ann C. 
Greybill. Vanra M. Grimes, Bonita Lou 
Harkless. 



Third Row: 

Patricia C. Hoblitzell, Miriam. W. 
Hodges. Martha S. Hunter, Carolyn 
Jacobs, Nancy K. Kallam. Susan A. King, 
Sandra L. Leckie, Kemp Littlepage, L. 
Gaye Litz. 



MISSY CONAWAY 
President 




CHI OMEGA 



Although The+a chapter may have a house that looks like a bank, the Chi Omegas 
operate more as singing si'^ters than as a financial concern. Their 55 voices won the 
1962 Mother's Day Sing as they joined to present "Comin' Thru the Rye." Their 
"bank" also formed a perfect backdrop for "Centennial Seal" which placed third in 
the Mountaineer Weekend house decorations. It provided, too, a perfect place to 
practice for the 1963 Sphinx Talent Show and this resulted in a second-place trophy. 
Chi Omega was founded at the University of Arkansas in 1895 and came to West Vir- 
ginia University in 1905. The Chi O's have a Fall and Spring Eleusinia for the alumnae. 
The Spring Formal in April concludes the year's social events. 

The 1962-63 officers of +he sorority were: Missie Conaway, President; Kemp Little- 
page, Vice-President; Karen Butler, Secretary; Barbara Mummart, Treasurer. 



Fourth Row: 

Margaret Mann, Alicia A. McDonald, 
Joan L. Mills, Mary Beth Morgan, 
Barbara I. Mummart, Nancy L. Myres, 
Shellah C. O'Farrell, Patsy K. Parrish. 
Peggy Richmond. 



Fifth Row: 

Karen L. Ridgeway. Betsy Ross. Ann N. 
Seaton. Pamela J. Signor, Sally A. 
Simons. Terry F. Smith. Margaret M. 
Stillwell. Linda L. Sylvester, Lotus Rae 
Taylor. 



Sixth Row: 

Paula C. Toothman, Karen L. Vannoy. 

Carolyn L. Vest. Laura G. White. Linda 

S. White. Sandra L. Williams. Barbara 

W. Wilson, Beckie M. Wotring, Mary E. 

Wright. 

JoAnn I. Zellers, Mrs. Helen B. Chappell, 

Housemother. 



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DIXIE HAWSE 
President 




First Row: 

Susan C. Allen, G. Jean Anderson, KiHy 
L. Bartholomew, Linda K. Blessing, 
Theresa L. Bubonovich, Mary M. Cald- 
well, Joni H. Carper, Christine A. 
Colombo, Nina M. Comfort. 



Second Row: 

Sandra G. Cross. Darlene R. Davis, 
Eileen Dillinger, Barbara L. Downey, Judy 
A. Durant, Peggy Durkin, Marguerite 
Easley, Faith D. Edgell, Lois A. Eggleton. 



Third Row: 

Elise M. Ericlcson, Kathleen L. Ferguson. 
Kathlene A. Ferrell, Peggy J. FitiGerald, 
Linda G. Gillespie, Rosanne R. Harper. 
Barbara J. Harr, Dixie L. Hawse, Lenore 
V. Lucas. 



Fourth Row: 

Lynda S. McDowell. Sue A. McGraner. 
Sharon Mclntyre. Sharyn C. McLaughlin, 
Carlo A. Mayle, Mary E. Mitchell, 
Patricia A. Morton, Diane S. Mroczek, 
Susan E. Nicholas. 



DELTA DELTA DELTA 



Phi lota chapter of Delta Delta Delta spent its first year In the new chapter house at 
652 Spruce Street. It formed a good "stage" for their Mountaineer Weekend house 
decorations entitled "Diamond in the Rough," which won the second-place trophy. 
Delta Delta Delta was founded on Thanksgiving Eve, 1888, at Boston University. Phi 
lota came to West Virginia University in 1955. The local chapter annually awards a 
scholarship of $100 to any deserving undergraduate woman enrolled in the university. 
The Tri Delts give an Apple Polishing Party each year to which each member brings 
her favorite professor and presents him with an apple, other refreshments, and entertain- 
ment. They also have a Christmas party and the Spring Formal in May. 

Officers of the sorority include: Dixie Hawse, President; Peggy Fitzgerald, Vice- 
President; Georgia Whipkey, Recording Secretary; Lynda McDowell, Treasurer. 



Fifth Row: 

Li'a K. Parsons, Victoria A. Pribble, Jane 
Reed. Wynne E. Ridenour, Ann Rountree. 
Myra L. Sawyers. Jane A. Simonton, 
Mary V. Sleeth, Susan Slish. 



Sixth Row: 

Carolyn A. Smith. Susan L. Sonderman, 
Beverly A. Sullivan, Sally L. Summers, 
Jean M. Swadley. Rebecca S. Tate. 
Judith E. Thompson. Sara J. Thompson, 
Judy M. Townsend. 



Seventh Row: 

Sandra W. Van Metre. Susan C. Vass, 
Joy L. Watson, Georgia B. Whipltey. 
Carolyn S. White. Mrs. Mary Austin, 
Housemother. 



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First Row: 

Beverly J. Bourne, Katherlne A. Boyd. 
Carolyn C. Branham, Nancy C. Brown. 
Sharon M. Burnneister, Nancy E. Carlson, 
Sarah E. Carson. Penelope S. Christie, 
Penny Cole. 



PAMELA DUNCAN 
President 




Second Row: 

Barbara L. Cook. Susan A. Cottrell. Mary 
E. Deem. Julia A. Dillon, Virginia J. Dono, 
Jane B. Douglass, Lynne R. Duncan, 
Sharon S. Evans. 



Third Row: 

Christine Fryxell. Debbie A. Gandee, 
Paula B. Gaydosh, Sonya A. Gwinn, 
Barbara H. Harner, Kay L. Houze, 
Rochelle J. Houze, Mary K. Jannes. 
Eleanor E. Leslie. 



Fourth Row: 

Patricia M. Lewis, Carol S. McKlnney, 
Heather L. McDonough, Ruth A. Martin, 
Marilyn A. Matheny, Beverly A. Miller, 
Kathy J. Miller, V. Gall Montgomery, 
Sandra J. Mowery. 



DELTA GAMMA 



Alpha Xi chapter of Delia Gamma came to West Virginia University in 1922. Na- 
tionally, the sorority was organized at Lewis Institute, Oxford, Mississippi, in 1873. The 
D G's offer scholarships and other aids to foreign students, encouraging international 
education. They also give aid to the blind in a program for sight conservation, "hiitch 
Your Wagon to a Star" captured second place among the sororities in the hHomecoming 
parade. The "Anchor Wearers" also won third place in the 1962 Mother's Day Sing, 
presenting "Prayer from Hansel and Gretel." The social calendar included a Christmas 
party and a Golddigger's Party on Golddigger's Weekend for the sisters' dates. The 
Delta Gamma Spring Forma! was held in April. The D G's also spent some time serenad- 
ing the Sigma Nus in order to retrieve their stolen anchor. 

The chief officers of the sorority are: Pamela Duncan, President; Sandra Mowrey, 
First Vice-President; Gail Montgomery, Second Vice-President; Catherine Schleuss, 
Recording Secretary; Penelope Christie, Dianne Thomas and Katherine Boyd, Treas- 
urers. 



Fifth Row: 

SLSanne J. Patteson. Dlanna W. Porter, 
Betty A. Price, Mary E. Queen, Suzanne 
C. Rfch, Sharon V. Rule, Catherine 
Schleuss, Mary A. Selby, Sandra L. 

Shumate. 



Sixth Row: 

Jean A. Singleton. Anne R. league. L. 
Dianne Thomas. Catherine A. Tucltwlller, 
Ann G. Waddell, Constance J. Waddell. 
Linda J. Wallace, Eleanor B. Watson, 
Marian E. West. 



Seventh Row: 

Becky A. White, Anne W, Wollerton, 
Linda J. Wollerton. Catherine E. Wysong, 
Carolyn J. Zeller. Mrs. Nina Fliozdal, 
Housemother. 



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BARBARA DAILEY 
President 



Firtt Row: 

Rosemary Anderson, Brenda V. Andrews, 
Ann L. Brubeck. Linda K. Burgoyne, 
Barbara A. Chetock, Jo Ann Chetock, 
Ella A. Crynock, Barbara L. Dalley, Mary 
V. Douglas. 



Second Row; 

Jeaneane C. EllioH, Penny L. Erskine, 
Judith A. Fillmore, Frances Ann Fitzwater, 
Doris E. Fox, Clara L. Fragale, Mary M. 
Goode, Patricia R. Gulick, Norris J. 
Gwinn. 



Third Row: 

Marty E. Heath, Vicki L Helfferich, 
Carolyn J. Henson, Dottle K. Hinkle. 
Stsan M. Hobbs, Fran C. Hoggard. 
Barbara J. Jackson, Ann C. Klllingsworth, 
Barbara L. Klrby. 



Fourth Row: 

E .zabetn L. Kuykendall, Joyce L. Lewis, 
Anita L. Lilya, Susan L. McNeill. 
Maryellyn Martin, Mary Alice Mayer, 
Deborah F. Mills. Janet L. Peluso, 
Elizabeth V. Pokrywka. 



GAMMA PHI BETA 



Gamma Phi Beta was fou.-;ded In 1874 at Syracuse University; the Alpha Phi chapter 
was organized in 1938 and reactivated in 1959. Nationally, the sorority owns and 
operates two .summer camps for underprivileged children. Alpha Phi chapter has two 
local philanthropy projects: working with the deaf and blind school in Romney and 
visiting the Sundale Rest Home. The 59 members worked hard again this year to win 
first place in the Homecoming float competition for the second consecutive year. 
Another big event of the year was the ground-breaking ceremony for their new chapter 
house on Spruce Street. An informal Christmas party, a Founder's Day program, monthly 
chapter dinners and a Mother's Day buffet comprise a varied social calendar, climaxed 
by the Pink Carnation Ball In May. 

Officers of the sorority include: Barbara Dalley, President; Ramona Potter, First 
Vice-President; Barbara Klrby, Second Vice-President; Ann Fitzwater, Recording Secre- 
tary; Elizabeth Kuyendall, Corresponding Secretary; Penny Erskine, Treasurer. 



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Fifth Row: 

Ramona L. Potter, Penny Roberts, Mar- 
garet M. Roles, Margaret Sue Rossi, 
Shelia J. Sandy, Carolyn E. Sellers, 
Sandra S. Simon, Carol A. Snyder, 
Margaret C. Spear. 



Sixth Row: 

Patricia K. Sullivan, Carol L. Summers, 
Gloria-Jeanne Tarasuk, Cara 1. Tyson, Sue 
Ann Vail, Ellen F. Warder, Dorothy Ann 
Wlllard, Martl-Lou Workman, Jennifer 
Yell. 



Seventh Row: 

Carol A. Zinkus. Mrs. Thelma Hicks. 
Housemother. 





BARBARA EBERLY 
President 




First Row: 

Nancy J. Boxell, Carolyn J. Brenneman, 
Mary G. Byrnside. Donna J. Chambers, 
Nancy M. Clarke, Carolyn Clohan, Ann 
C. Cottle. Sharon J. Curnutte, Sandra L. 
Darby. 



KAPPA DELTA 



Second Row: 

Shea L. Davis, Barbara A. Eberly, Bonnie 
K. Ellis. Janet C. Esltew, Phoebe Fisher, 
Mary S. Foster, Donna L. Gibson, Frances 
A. Harper. Sandra S. Heald. 



Third Row: 

Nina C. Henderson. Frances C. Hess. 
Judy C. Hightower. Susan A. Hofstetter. 
Judy N. Hollinqsworth, Carolyn J. Holpe. 
J. Marilyn Hughes. Mary F. Kayuha, 
Meredith A. McClelland. 



Fourth Row; 

Donna L. Mannula. Jane K. Michael, Linda 
L. Miller, Trecia Miller, Judith B. Mills, 
Pamela E. Paul, Susanne E. Ponilt, Nancy 
A. Pritt, Jacqueline K. Rader. 



Kappa Delta was founded in 1897 at Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia, and 
was established at West Virginia University in 1951. Nationally, Kappa Delta sponsors 
an award at the Crippled Children's Hospital in Richmond, Virginia. The local chapter 
maices Christmas toys for children in the University Hospital. "Victory Then, Victory 
Again" won first place in the Mountaineer Weekend house decorations. The telegraph 
office, with messengers holding a sign announcing "Statehood Proclaimed," followed 
the Centennial theme. The K D's social calendar includes a Christmas party, a scholar- 
ship dinner, an Initiation Banquet, and a senior breakfast. The highlight of their social 
affairs is the Mr. Esquirr .Spring Formal. Mr. Esquire is selected from pinmate.s and 
fiances and is presented with a top hat, white gloves, and a year's subscription to 
Esquire. 

Chief officers of the sorority are: Barbara Eberly, President; Janet Eskew, Vice- 
President; Donna Mamula, Secretary; Patty Terrill, Treasurer. 



Control yourself! The line's not that long. 



Fourth Row: 

Susanne I. Rouse. Frances A. Rowand. 
Mary-Kay Santmire. Sarah A. Scott, Susan 
C. Smith. Linda H. Taylor. Patricia A. 
Terrill. Nancy N. Theophilus, Tomeia A. 
Tincher, 



Sixth Row: 

Sondra L. Visnic. Dixie L. Whitacre. Har- 
riet L. Wiles, Jane M. Williams, Carol L. 
Wolfe. Pamela S. Wolfe. Anne Warrell. 
Sharyn V. Worrell, Michael L. Yurko. 



Seventh Row: 

Mrs. C. S. Reed, Housemother 







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BRENDA MARTIN 
President 




Firs* Row: 

Bettina Altizer, Jane E. Anderson. Karen 
L. Arthur. Elizabeth L. Bane. Betsy L. 
Bowers. Kathy Braqq. Nancy A. Butts, 
M. Susan Cooper, Barbara A. Corbett. 



Second Row: 

Sara A. Currence, Victoria Dean, Nancy 
J. Fox. Ellen E. Gates. Nancy I. Van Gllst. 
Ruth Ann Grimes. Jane J. Hanst, Judith 
C. Harrison, Carolyn J. Hauqht. 



Third Row: 

Patsy G. Hesen. Patricia M. Hevener, 
Jenny K. Hollandsworth, Carolyn R. 
Hornor, Linda L. Humphries, Claudia A. 
Irwin, Ann Johnson, Lynn S. Johnson. 
Suzanne Kane. 



Fourth Row: 

Lee A. Lawson, Marqaret L. Lehman, 
Mary E. Lindsay, Rebecca A. McCue, 
Sally B. McCue, Alice M. Manning, 
■Dorothy E. Manninq, Brenda L. Martin, 
Nancy M. Meadows. 



KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA 



Kappa Kappa Gamma was founded at Monmouth College In 1870 and the golden 
key came to West Viginia University as Beta Upsilon chapter in 1906. The national 
organization supports the Rose McGill Fund which is used to aid sisters in need due 
to illness or misfortune. The local chapter collects clothes and toys to send to Korean 
Orphans. The Kappas, using the theme "Trilogy," danced their way to first place in 
the 1963 Sphinx Talent Show. They also won the second-place trophy in the 1962 
Mother's Day Sing with their presentation of "Sister, Awake." Placing second in sorority 
scholarship highlighted the year. The Spring Formal in March is the high point of all 
their social affairs, which include a Homecoming buffet, a Christmas party, a Founder's 
Day dessert, and a Mother's Day breakfast. 

Officers for 1962-63 were: Brenda Martin, President; Jenny Hollandsworth, First Vice- 
President; Ann Powell, Second Vice-President; Susan Vv'agner, Secrefary; Lynn Spencer, 
Treasurer. 



Fifth Row: 

Susan M. Melvin. Elizabeth K. Moore, 
Caroline T. Morqan. Elizabeth A. Powell, 
Janef R. Queen, Janice L. Randolph, 
Carolyn A. Rider, Elizabeth J. Rider. 
Charlotte A. Smith. 



Sixth Row: 

Kay A. Smith. Lynn M. Spencer. Carolyn 
J. Springer. Nancy J. Swing. Beverly F. 
Thompson, Marilyn K. Thompson, Mary 
P. Thompson. Mary Jo Tomlinson, Alice 
M. Toussaint. 



Seventh Row: 

Merry B. Trach, Mary A. Ulch. Susan J. 
Waqner. Lynn Williams. Mardl Wolford. 
Mama C Housemother. 



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Just love to read other people's mail 





SANDI SMITH 
President 




First Row: 

Adrienne Adams, Karen D. Anderson, 
Lenora R. Barns, Lou G. Bertram, Anne 
B. Bell. Ann Tate Bell. Susan B. Biddle, 
Sally K. Braun. Harriet J. Brawley. 



PI BETA PHI 



Second Row: 

J. Diane Brown, Linda D. Brown, 
Geraldine L. Bruno, Roxane S. Butts. 
Velma A. Conley, Sharon L. Conwell. 
Mary Ellen Dailey, Susanne Evans. Carol 
W. Flenniken. 



Third Row: 

Mary P. Full, Mary L. Garrison. Barbara 
L. Geutinq. Marlou Greenfield, Carol E. 
Greenlee, Ann K. Harrington, Mary E. 
Harrington, Mary E. Hill. Kay Huffman. 



Fourth Row: 

Diane J. Hunter. Patricia L. Kinter. Royce 
A. Leeson, Linda C. McMorow. Sue P. 
McMullin, Katherine E. Martin, Patricia 
A. Meyer, Vicki R. Miles, Patricia A. 
Mummey. 



The West Virginia Alpha chapter of Pi Beta Phi has an attractive lighted arrows 
above its door — or at least some Delts think its is very attractive, for it sometinnes dis- 
appears. But, even in its absence, the Pi Phi's can look at Arrowcraft articles wWich 
are made at a settlemeni school in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, sponsored by the national 
chapter. The local chapter has been displaying its arrow at West Virginia University 
since 1918. The arrow has been a national emblem since 1867 when Pi Beta Phi was 
founded at Monmouth College, Monmouth, Illinois. The Pi Phi's annually have a Christ- 
mas party, a Big Sister-Little Sister party, Cookie Shines, a chapter Loyalty Day, and 
a Founder's Day program. The Spring formal is a March event and the high point of 
the social season. 

Sorority officers include: Sandi Smith, President; Patti Meyer, Vice-President; Mary 
Hill, Recording Secretary; Marlou Greenfield, Corresponding Secretary: Velma Conley, 
Treasurer. 



Fifth Row: 

Sue ^leuenschwander, Sharon L. Nibert, 
Nancy L. Nunn, Judy Olson. Vicki J. 
Drier, Susan M. Patterson, Marlene L. 
Porter. Marianne Richardson. Jane 
Shetler. 



Siilh Row: 

Mary N. Smith, Sandi J. Smith, Kathryn 
B. Sneddon. Dusty L. Starbuck, Katherine 
J. Stephens. Sarah K. Sydnor. Janet L. 
Terry, Sara J. Thrasher. Bonnie M. Toms. 



Mary A. Vaughan. Mary A. West. 
Elizabeth J. Wllhoit. Lois A. Wood, Mrs. 
Glenna R. Grose. Housemother. 



What a lovely (?) way to spend an evening! 





Seated: William Walter, President. Standing: Steve Conrad, Treasur 
Jim Ellis, Vice-President; Bill Nickles, Secretary. 



INTERFRATERNITY 
COUNCIL 



Every Monday evening two mennbers from each social fra- 
ternity on cannpus assennble in the Law Building. These men, 
representing their respective fraternities, constitute WVU's 
Inter-Fraternity Council. The main objective of this Counil is 
to coordinate all the activities of the fraternity system and to 
find solutions for the problems which naturally arise in a 
large fraternal organization. Two major responsibilities of the 
Council are the enforcement of the rules for Rush Week early 
in the fall and the planning of Universal Initiation Week later 
In the year. 

The Inter-Fraternity Council serves as a bond between the 
University administration and the fraternities. Its goal Is to 
raise the standards of Its member groups and to encourage 
scholarship and gentlemanly conduct among Greek men. 
Special projects Include contributing to the Student Loan 
Fund, sponsoring the United Fund Drive, and carrying out a 
Work Project. In addition, the group annually coordinates 
Greek Week, which has grown into one of the major social 
events of the year. The Inter-Fraternity Council is the essential 
foundation required for a sound fraternal system. 



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Left to Right; First Row: Thomas Munchmeyer. Sigma Chi; Jerry Jeffers, 
Phi Kappa Psi, Chairman; Larry Skeen, Kappa Alpha, Secretary. Second 
Row: Ron Pearson, Delta Tau Delta; Stephen Max, Phi Sigma Delta. 



OFFICERS 

WILLIAM WALTER President 

JIM ELLIS Vice-President 

BILL NICKLES Secretary 

STEVE CONRAD Treasurer 



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Left to Right; First Row: Morton H. Slaven, Phi 
Siqma Delta; William Barone, Alpha Phi Delta; 
Bill Reynolds, Alpha Gamnna Rho; Curly Mayne, 
Siqma Nu. Second Row: John Brancajio. Theta 
Chi; L. C. McCutcheon. Signna Chi; John W. 
Criss, Phi Kappa Siqma; Tim Bowers, Kappa 
Siqma. Third Row: Perry Johnson. Delta Tau 
Delta; Eric Myrland. Phi Kapa Sigma; Bill Nic- 
kles, Beta Theta Pi. Fourth Row: William Walter, 
Kappa Alpha; Jim Grotj. Jr., Kappa Alpha; 
John F. Martin, Phi Kappa Psi; Buzjy Sleen, 
Kappa Alpha. Fifth Row: Jim Ellis, Tau Kappa 
Epsilon; Jim Slautich, Alpha Phi Delta; Jim Sell, 
Betd Theta Pi; Joe Brand, Pi Kappa Alpha. 
Sixth Row: Herbert Petty, Phi Delta Theta; Ron- 
ald Himmer, Lambda Chi Alpha; Roy Zinn, 
Alpha Gamma Rho. Seventh Row: Dave Lucas. 
Phi Delta Theta; Bill Jones, Pi Kappa Alpha; 
Bob Minney, Lambda Chi Alpha; Floyd Lease- 
burq, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Eight Row: Jerry Jef- 
fers. Phi Kappa Psi; Steve Max, Phi Siqma Delta; 
Steve Conrad, Alpha Gamma Rho; Dave Jones, 
Beta Theta Pi. 



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CHARLES A. SHEETS 
President 




First Row: 

Frederick R. Adams. Robert O. Adamson. 
James G. Anderson, David R. Atchinson, 
John A. Balasko, Allen R. Bryant, Sammy 
R. Burdette. 



ALPHA GAMMA RHO 



Second Row: 

Robert H. Burns. Jr,. Robert W. Cheves, 
H. Stephen Conrad. William D. Cunning- 
ham, Harry H. Cupp. Michael J. 
Currence. Howard Z. Double, Jr, 



Third Row: 

James E, Galtord. William T, Guiher, 
Randal F. Hall, Jr., Larry K, Hammett, 
Keith E. Herbert, David O. Heishman, 
George L. Hostield, 



'To make better men and through them a broader and better agriculture . . ." 
This is the goal of Alpha Samma Rho, which was founded in 1908, in Indianapolis, 
Indiana. Alpha Alpha chapter was established on this campus sixteen years later. The 
AGR's have the only "dry house" on campus, in that the members are not allowed to 
have alcohol in the house. Using the theme of "The Monster Mash," Alpha Gamma Rho 
placed first in the fraternity division of the Homecoming float competition. Their social 
activities include a Dogpetch party, a Christmas dance, and a Roman Toga party. The 
AGR Pink Rose Formal is held in April. The AGR's crystal ball sees a new chapter 
house in the near future. 

The chapter officers are: Charles A. Sheets, President; George King, Vice-President; 
John Warren, Secretary: William Ridings, Treasurer; Bob Adamson, Alumni Secretary. 



Fourth Row: 

George W. King. Theodore W. Kokochak. 
Lanty F. McNeel. Bill 8. Reynolds. Wll- 
iam H. Ridings. L. Dennis Rowan. Charles 
A. Sheets. 



Fifth Row: 

Thomas G. Simmons, Robert E. Straight. 
William C. Taylor. A. Robert Templeton, 
John E. Warren. Jr.. Roy S. ZInn, Lula 
L. Wilkinson. Housemother. 





What? You sat on the glue and can't get up? 




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JOHN A. TIANO 
President 




First Row: 

Enzo Avoll. William P. Barone, Steve V. 
Bartko, Joseph C. Blasczalc. Domlnlck A. 
Casarcla, Joe P. Clnalli, Jr. 



ALPHA PHI DELTA 



James L. Corsaro. Frank Cuomo Jr., 
Richard T. D'Agostlno, Emanuel Gazlano, 
John T. Guandolo. William R. Knlska. 



Ray A. Martlnelll., Gary R. Mazza. 
George T. Mends, Daniel 8. Saccani, 
Samuel R. Ollverio, Anthony J. Paris. 



Alpha Phi Delta, founded In 1914 af Syracuse University, came to West Virginia 
University in 1923 as Pi chapter. The 28 brothers created "John Henry" to win the 
third-place trophy in the (vlountaineer Weekend house decorations competition. They 
also averaged their 1962 grades to win the second-place scholarship honors among 
fraternities. A varied calendar of social events for 658 Spruce Street includes Hallow- 
een, Christmas, Cassino, and Survival Parties, plus a Roman Banquet. May 4 was 
marked a red-letter day for the annual Carnation Ball. 

Officers of the fraternity are: John A. TIano, President; Domlnick Casarcia, Vice- 
President; Ray Martinelii, Secretary; William Barone, Treasurer; Enzo Avoli, Historian. 



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Carmen J. Pelegrino. Ted J. Rose, James 
K. Slautich, Donald Lee Thompson, 
Joseoh M. Tabacheck, John A. Tiano. 



William D. Torlone, David A. Velegol, 
Wallace Q. Weaver. Ann Dlnardi, House- 
mother. 








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EUGENE RONCO 
President 




First Row: 

Leo P. Attilli. Fred D. Caruso. Donald L. 
Check. Paul R. Check. James R. Faddoul, 
George E. Fore. 



ALPHA SIGMA PHI 



Second Row: 

Joseph E. Golembiewskl. William J. 

Hanley. William K. Hillner, Burton C. 

Keeble, Gordon L. Leckie. Tony C. 
Maiestro. 



Alpha Sigma Phi was founded at Yale University on Decennber 6. 1845. Alpha Kappa 
chapter was organized at West Virginia University in 1931. Alpha Kappa outshone the 
other six Alpha Sigma Phi chapters in West Virginia to win the 1962 basketball tourna- 
ment. The Alpha Sigs annually have a pledge party, a Christmas party, a Founder's 
Day Banquet, and the "Sig Bust." In April the Black and White Formal brings the social 
agenda to an end. 

The chapter officers are: Eugene Ronco. President; James Faddoul, Vice-President: 
Don Spalletta, Secretary: Marvin Tabron, Treasurer. 



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Charles. W. Rerisford. C. Eugene Ronco. 
Don F. SpalleHa, Roy G. Stout, Marvin 
D. Tabron, David S. Titach. 



Fourth Row: 

Mrs. Francis P. Fisher, Housemothe 
Francis P. Fisher, Faculty Advisor. 













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LARRY V. STARCHER 
President 




Firsf Row: 

Donald Thomas Allen, Raynor E Bald- 
win. John L. Boettwer. John C. Boyd, 
John R. Brennan. Robert L. Brown, 
Michael K. Casey, Cloyd L. Conner, Wil- 
liam R. Cook. 



Second Row: 

James T. Cooper, Michael B. Curry. Rich- 
ard L. Dailey. John R. Dannenberq. Daniel 
Davisson. Ronald J. DeCarlo. Keith D. De- 
Vault. Douglas P. Diamond, Raymond G. 
Emert. 



BETA THETA P 



Third Row: 

Jay H. Fast, Harold A. Ford, George 
R. Fox. Davis W. Friedman, Jacob W. 
Gatrell. Jeffrey A. Grimm, Thomas D. 
Haden. C. Page Hamrick. III. C. Rob- 
ert Harman. 



Fourth Row: 

William D. Haslam, James W. Hess. Wll- 
liam T. Homberg, III, Richard L. Howard. 
David F. Jacobs, William R. Johnson, 
David C. Jones. G. Byron Kallam William 
L. Kennell. 



Fifth Row: 

Richard E. LaLance, Charles M. Love. 
III. John A. McBane, Guy R. McClung. 
James E. Malone, Daniel O'Leary Martin. 
Robert L. Mathls, David L. Merlnar, Mor- 
ris E. Mowery, Jr. 



Siith Row: 

William D. Nickles, Jr.. Buron M. Ott. 
John A. Pantuso. Stephen R. Parkinson. 
Robert H. Paull. Craig T. Ramey. George 
W. Reeves. IV. Otto K. Reuter Peter B 
Rich. 



Seventh Row: 

Herman D. Rollins. Jr.. William A. Sau- 
vaqeot. James W. H. Sell. Larry V. 
Starcher. John F. Strader. Larry N. Sulli- 
van, James O. Switzer. Richard L. Ten- 
-a-' H-we'l M. Thomas. 



Eighth Row: 

Richard L. Waddell. Jr.. Boyd L. Warner, 
Craig R. Waugh. Thomas R. Whelan 
David L. Williams, James S. Wilson, 
Frances K. Topping. Housemother. 



Beta Theta Pi, the oldest national fraternity represented on our campus, was 
founded August 8, 1839, at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. It came to West Virginia 
University as Beta Psi chapter in 1900. Their house on Belmar Avenue is the home of 
the 1961-62 fraternity Ail-Year Athletic Cup. The Betas annually contribute to several 
philanthropic funds The Prohibition. Mexican, and Christmas parties are only a few 
of the Betas' social events. They also have several combo and Bermuda parties. In the 
spring, dancing on the parking lot climaxes the Informal social season. The Miami 
Triad Weekend in May provides for picnics as well as formal affairs. 

Officers of the fraternity are: Larry V. Starcher, President; Richard E. LaLance, 
Vice-President; Morris E. Mowery, Jr., Recording Secretary; James W. hi. Sell, Cor- 
responding Secretary; John R. Brennan, Jr., Treasurer. 



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OLLIE M. BATES 
President 




First Row: 

Charles H. Bailey. John N. Baker. OHie 
B. Bates. Georqe B. Bennett. Barry A. 
Berisford. Charles C. Bibbee. Ron T. 
Bouillet, Sidney B. Boyce. William G. 
Brown, Richard A. Calver. James P. 
Christiansen. 

Second Row: 

John A. Cobb. A. Sam Coffman, Michael 
H Conley. Richard H. Cornelia. Jack R. 
Crank. John C. Day. John D. Duncan, Wil- 
liam H. Dyer. William M. Ellis. S. Phillip 
Farley. Larry C. Fieldinq. 



Third Row: 



Randolph H. Foster. 
,. Jack C. Grimm, Ted 
David W. Hamstead, 

Jr Gene E. Heeter. 
Hickman. 



David K. Foster, 

James E. Goodwi 

P. Haddox. Jr.. 

Robert B. Harris 

Howard D. Hensley. Edgar H 

G. Richard Hiqinbotham. 

Fourth Row: 

Thomas L. Hildebrand. E. David Hum- 
phrey, Charles D. Hylton, III. H. Marshall 
Jarrett. E. Perry Johnson, H. Emil John- 
son, Jr.. James W. Kershner. Bruce A. 
Leech, Jr., Bernard J. Long. Douglas E. 
McKlnney, George A. Manqus. 

Fifth Row: 

William H. Mason. John O. Meadows. 
Terry L. Meredith. Joseph C. Miller. Jr., 
Thomas" M. Moore. Robert A. Mummey. 
Charles W. Norteman, Terry B. Opp. J. 
Kevin Orr. James P. Ration. Richard L. 
Pauley.. 

Sixth Row: 

Ronald G. Pearson. Karl Odbert Pierce. 
Jr.. Raymond E. Pierce, Jr., David F. 
Reed. Alexander L. Rice, William F. 
Richmond, Jr., William J. Ritter. Frank 
W. Schneider, E. Thomas Seamon, James 
W. Shuman, Richard H. Sibley. 

Seventh Row: 

James M. Smith. Sam G. Smith. Wil- 
liam P. Smith. Phillip S. Snyder. James 
H. Spessard. Joseph W. Spessard. Alan 
L. Spessard, Emmett Y. Stafford. Charles 
S. Stump. Jr.. James H. Suttle. John B. 
Sutton. 

Eighth Row: 

George D. Treharne, John T. Updike, 
David C. Vauqhan, Dennis B. Webster. 
Terrence A. Welty. John P. White. Ray- 
mond B. White. James D. Wllfong. Wal- 
ter D. Wisler, Thomas C. Woolwlne. Dora 
Beavers. Housemother. 



DELTA TAU DELTA 



Gamma Delta chapter of Delta Tau Delta was organized at West Virginia University 
In 1900. 42 years after the national founding at Bethany College. "Mandy Lu" became 
the Delts' best-loved tune for it attracted the second-place trophy in the 1962 
Mother's Day Sing as well as the Trinity Trophy. The Trinity Sing, held each year in 
Pittsburgh, brings musical competition with four other Delt chapters. Gamma Delta 
has carried the clock-trophy home for 26 out of the last 28 years. The Delts also 
created a steamboat to win second place in the Homecoming parade with the 
theme, "Up a Lazy River." Annual Delt social events include a Sewer party, a Ship- 
wreck party, a Western party, and a Christmas celebration. Their Spring Formal 
concludes the social calendar in May. 

The chapter officers are: OIlie Bates, Presidenl: Terry Meredith, Vice-President; Dave 
Duncan, Recording Secretary; Dick Calver, Corresponding Secretary; John White, 
Treasurer. 



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TERRY L. THISTLETHWAITE 
President 




First Row: 

Robert B. Allen. Lowell E. Alt, Jack P. 
Ambrosiana, William M. Anderson. 
James B. Blair, Richard P. Blatctiford, 
Wayne D. Brown, Buddy W. Burge, Jr., 
Randal K. Carper, John W. Cavendish. 

Second Row: 

Robert H. Cox, John W. Crites. Edward 
R. DeVoge, J. Thomas DeVoge, Brent O. 
Diefenbach. Curt O. Diefenbach. Thomas 

E. Emmerth. Jr., John W. Fisher, II, Allen 
R. Frazee. Samuel L. Gall. 

Third Row: 

Leon W. Glaspell. John E. Glover. Edwin 

F. Goff. Thomas R. Goodwin. William E. 
Gouctenour. Ralph L. Greene, Jr., James 
A. Grotj. Jr., Fred R. Hall. Joseph L. 
Hamrick. Joseph O. Harper. 

Fourth Row: 

Thomas R. Hendershot, Michael J. 
Herman, Tyron P. Himes, Robert S. 
Hughes. Paul L. Hundley, John C. 
Kapsaroff, John M. Karras, Nick M. 
Karras, Peter R. Kaznosky. Douglas W. 
Keadle. 



KAPPA ALPHA 



Kappa Alpha was founded at Washington and Lee University in 1865 and Alpha 
Rho chapter brought the Confederate flag to West Virginia University in 1897. The 
K A's won the third-place trophy in the 1962 Mother's Day Sing with their presentation 
of "Eddy Stone Light." They also took second-place honors in the Mountaineer 
Weekend house decorations connpetition, using "Stonewall Jackson Helps the Moun- 
ties" as the theme. Several annual parties are held by the K A's, including the Supressed 
Desires, Roaring Twenties, French Apache, Barn, and Pagan parties. The Black and 
White Formal is a January event. Old South Weekend in the spring is the highlight 
of all affairs. The K.A.'s "secede from the union" for their three days of picnics, parties, 
and the Old South Ball. 

The Kappa Alpha leaders are: Terry L. Thistlethwaite, President; Robert E. Taylor, 
Vice-President; Edward R. DeVoge, Secretary; William B. Anderson, Treasurer. 



Fifth Row: 

Jon A. Keester, Kenneth A. Kissell, Wil- 
liam A. Krantz, William C. Kreiling, 
Robert L. Letzlter. Kenneth R. Lucas, 
Robert L. Ludwig. Marion C. Massinople, 
J. Robert Mehall, M.'Blane Michael. 



Sixth Row: 

William R. Morel, Albert A. Noe. Robert 
B. Noland, Charles D. Nordeck. Don E. 
Parkinson. Frederick T. Phalin. Edison B. 
Phillips. Larry J. Pizzino. Robert A. Reger. 
David S. Roberts. 



Seventh Row: 

James W. Ruth, Jr., Stephen F. Seaman, 
Larry L. Skeen. Juris Skujins. Warren E. 
Stork. Robert S. Strauch. G. Lee Tan- 
nehill, William H. Tattersall, Robert E. 
Taylor. Terry L. Thistlethwaite. 

Eighth Row: 

Ernest E. Tregoning, William R. Walter, 
John B. Whitehead, III. Steven L. Wilson. 
James R. Yoakum. James L. Zopp, Mrs. 
Isabelle B. Barnard, Housemother. 



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STANLEY H. SERGENT 
President 




First Row: 

Michael A. Albert, Andrews S. Andrews, 
Edward F. Aycock, III. John L. Blair, 
Timothy K. Bowers, James J. Caveney, 
William J. Caveney. John H. Chisler. 



KAPPA SIGMA 



Second Row: 

John C. Clovis, James C. Cosmides, 
David B. Crow, Brendan J. DAndren, 
Allen F. DeLuca. Joseph A. Figarefti, 
Stephen S. Group, William K. Hale. 



Third Row: 

Dwiqht C. Heldreth. Frank J. Jagerski. 
Jr.. Arthur A. Jones. Gerald W. Kelly, 
Richard B. Klass, Joseph L. Knight. 
Michael Kruger. John T. Lucas. 



Kappa Sigma was organized in 1400 at the University of Bologna in Italy. Gamma 
Phi chapter v/as chartered at West Virginia University in May, 1918, after the Kappa 
Sigma national founding at the University of Virginia in 1869. The "Can-Can 
dancers descended from their "castle on the hill" to win the first-place trophy in 
the men's division of the 1962 Sphinx Talent Show. The Suppressed Desire, Bar and 
Grill, Christmas, hfalloween, and Prehistoric parties give the 60 brothers good oppor- 
tunities for dancing and bridgeplaying with their favorite dates. In April, informal 
"partying" is overcome by the Star and Crescent Formal, a happy ending for the 
social season. 

Officers of the fraternity are: Stanley Sergent, President; John Clovis, Vice-Presi- 
dent; James Caveney, Scribe; James Cosmides, Treasurer; Gene Podeszwa, Grand 
Master of Ceremonies. 



Fourth Row: 

Lawrence E. Malsel, Allan Tuck Mallory, 
Marshall S. Miller. Michael E. Moore. 
William D. Myres, Charles J. Napier, 
James E. Oneacre, Robert E. Pack. 



Fifth Row: 

Eugene F. Palcic. Robert J. Parento. Rob- 
ert M. Paul, Eugene R. Podeszwa. E. Lynn 
Postlethwait. Albert D. Robrecht, Ray M. 
Rowe. William H. Ruby. 



Slith Row: 

Carl B. Sergent, Stanley H. Sergent, Jr., 
Clinton F. Shurtliffe. Jr.. Larry C. Stew- 
art. Robert A. Taylor, Adrian G. Toms, 
II, David M. Warner, Evan L. Williams, 
Mrs. Effie Reid, Housemother. 



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President 




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Firs* Row: 

Jim L. Anderson. Michael M. Anderson. 
Willlann J. Beardsley. Joseph A. Belcas- 
tro. James L. Bonham. Victor J. Cerra, 
William H. CoK, Jr., John R. Cresswell. 



Second Row: 

Robert L. Criss, Charles F. DIngfelder. 
Bobby J. Getz, John H. Glacobbe. M. 
Lee Sillespie, R. David Soode. Jerry L. 
Gooden, William D. Goodwin. 



Third Row: 

Richard R. Higgins, Ronald G. HImmer. 
Larry J. Housley, Gene M. Klral. Michael 
A. Krutilla, Gary T. Lilly, Thomas H. 
Locker, Hugh M. McPhall. 



LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 



Founded nationally at Boston University In 1909, Lambda Chi Alpha was chartered 
at West Virginia University as Iota-Lambda Zeta chapter in 1953. The local chapter's 
philanthropy project this year was doing odd jobs at the Sundale Rest Home. The 
Lambda Chl's took home the second-place trophy in the 1962 Sphinx Talent Show 
with "Nickelodeon Thriller." Mountaineer Weekend brought the Lambda Chi's first 
place in the beard-growing contest, having the highest percentage of members with 
beards. The social calendar at 17 Grant Avenue Includes a Christmas party, a Twist 
party, and a Playboy party. The Crescent Formal honors the sweeheart of the fra- 
ternity. 

The chapter officers are: Stephen Vandevander, President; Robert Criss, Vice- 
President; William Beardsley, Secretary; Michael Anderson, Treasurer. 



Fourth Row: 

David L. McQuald, Robert W. MInney, 
Theodore E. Mullen, Jr., Harold E. Palm, 
George L. Partain, Anihony D. Pellegrlne, 
Jr., Sam E. Petros, Peter G. Phillips. 



Fifth Row: 

Joseph D. Prete. David R. Raines, John 
A. Rlzzo. Michael M. Roder, Philip J. 
Sheridan, James T. Shoaff. Samuel D. 
Stanley, Victor E. Studwell. 



Sixth Row: 

Willis E. Swihart , Jack L. Summers, 
Stephen R. Vandevander, Louis J. Varl. 
Gary L. Watson. Elsie E. Feather. House- 
mother; J. R. Cresswell, Faculty Advisor. 



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FREDERICK L. DUDDING 
President 




First Row: 

Sidney F. Absher, Charles F. Adams, 
Richard M. Ashworth, Edward G. Atkins, 
Richard E. Atlcins, Andrew R. Barksdale, 
Allen D. Blackwood, Robert N. Brown, 
Thomas R. Burke, 111. 



Second Row: 

Robert K. Bush, Edward A. Butcher, 
Robert S. Camp, James A. Carte, James 
S. Carter. Alexander Clark, John F. Cook, 
Bernard C. Corker, John B. Dorsey. 



Third Row: 

Roy L. Downing, Frederick L. Dudding. 
Wayne H. Fortney, James I. Fridley, Leon 
E. Friend, II. Ronald E. Godby, James R. 
Gordon, David E. Graybeal, Dudley L. 
Hager. 



Fourth Row: 

John B. Haley, Jerry M. Hess, David R. 
Hobbs. Aubrey C. Hudgins, Jr., Warren 
A. Hutchinson, Thomas J. Jones, George 
D. Joslin, Robert D. Karr. Robert W. 
Kendall. 



Fifth Row: 

Michael S. Keplinger, David G. Lucas. 
Jon A. McBrlde, Anthony J. Maddox, 
John L. Marra. John H. Masenheimer, 
Joseph E. Michael, Clarence R. Mills, 
Paul S. Mollohan. 



Sixth Row: 

David G. Momeyer. Randolph C. Mullins, 
Donald L. Myers, Larry A. Myers, John 
W. Newton, James C. Nichols, David A. 
Nurmi. Michael OMalley. Herbert E. 
Petty. 



Seventh Row: 

E. Woodward Price. Richard C. Rawe. 
Stephen E. Rawe. James A. Roberts, Rob- 
erts A. Rogerson. James S. Rucker. John 
E. Schmidt. Joseph P. Spohn, Richard C. 
Stewart. 



Eighth Row: 

Ellison S. Summerfield, Jr., John H. Sut- 
liff, Terry P. Thomas, William H. Van- 
Deman, John C. Zinkus, Bertha Phillips, 
Housemother. 



PHI DELTA THETA 



"A joily crew of Phi's are we, Yo ho, yo ho, yo ho. We do not sail upon the sea . . ." 
Indeed the Phi Delta Thetas do not sail upon the sea but "navigate upon the hills." 
Their Anchor Room, a garage converted into a party room, is a favorite spot for 
fraternity singing. In the past year, it was used for the Beatnik Party, Caveman Party, 
Gambling Party, and Playboy Party. Hours of hard work won for Phi Delta Theta first 
place In the Muntalneer Weekend house-decorations competition. As in years past, 
they, along with two other fraternities, held The Miami Triad Weekend. West Virginia 
Alpha of Phi Delta Theta was established in 1928. The national fraternity was founded 
on December 26, 1848, at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. 

Officers of the fraternity are: Frederick L. Dudding, President; Sidney F. Absher, 
Vice-President; Stephen E. Rawe, Secretary; Bernard C. Corker, Treasurer; Warren 
A. hHutchinson, Pledge Trainer. 



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RICHARD D. HASH 
President 




First Row: 

Harry J. Anderson, Jr.. W. Reid Ander- 
son. James R. Bell. Jr., Victor J. Beilace, 
Charles H. Bishop. Jack W. Blair. James 
F. Boomer. Fred C. Brooks, Joseph E. 
Brown, Jack S. Burks, James S. Burks. 

Second Row: 

Albert P. Carden, John B. Carrlco, John 
K. Corrie, L. Douglas Curnutte, William 
A. Dick, Robert H. Dickinson. Thomas O. 
Dotson, Arthur A. Duncil. Ralph C. Dusic, 
Jr., John H. Ellyson, John T. Evans. 

Third Row: 

Michael C. Farmer, Murhl L. Flowers. 
John R. Fowler, C. Frank Frame, Jon T. 
Gossard, Frank T. Graff. Jr., J. Richard 
Haden, Jr., William R. Haden, David C. 
Haque. Eugene T. Hague, Jr.. Jerry A. 
HammoH. 

Fourth Row: 

Thomas N. Hanna, Richard D. Hash, Rick 
D. Hesse Hampton W. Hoge. Jr., G. 
Charles Hughes, III, Jerry W. Jeffers, 
Michael C. Jones, William A. Jones, 
Thomas W. Keaton, Michael B. Keller, 
Edward W. Lampton. 

Fifth Row: 

Donald L Lucas, William E. Mclntire, 
Edward H. McMillion, C. David Mc- 
Munn. John R. McWhorter, Stephen D. 
McWhorter, David C. Mahan, H. Richard 
Marshall, Jr., Michael T. Marshall, John 
F. Martin. James A. Matthews. 

Sixth Row: 

Isaac H. Maxwell, III, Dave Messinger, 
Daniel E. Michel, William H. Michel, 
Jeffrey L. Miles, Alexander M. Moore, 
Robert K. Moore. Frederick H. Morgan. 
Joseph L. Morris. Michael R. Morton 
Lawrence E. Oyler. 

Seventh Row: 

Earl A. Pauley, Robert G. Peyton, John 
R. Pyles, William H. Rlffee, Hubert A. 
Shaffer, Jr., Edward L. Shorr, Harvey 
Simmons, III, Robert J. Smith, Gary F. 
Spencer, Robert B. Stone, Ward D. 
Stone. Jr. 

Eighth Row: 

Jerry R. Sturm, Maurice G. Taylor. Wil- 
liam deF. Thompson, David W. Tuck- 
wilier. Charles M. Vest, George B. 
Vieweg. III. William F. Vieweg. Charles 
B. Watkins, Howard W. White, Jr., 
Stephen G. Wilbourn, Ralph D. Williams, 
Jr. 

Ninth Row: 

Howard V. Withrow. II. David L. Wood- 
rum, Jeffrey M. Yost, Thomas K. Young, 
Mrs. Inez D. Neff, Housemother. 



PHI KAPPA PS 



Phi Kappa PsI was founded at Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, in 1852. West Virginia 
Alpha chapter was organized in 1890 and presently has ninety-tv/o members. The 
house corporation, supported by all the members, offers a scholarship to a needy 
student. Nationally, the fraternity sponsors an endowment fund to aid members in 
continuing their college education. The "girls" stormed Reynolds Hall and took with 
them the first-place trophy as they won the Sphinx Talent Show with their distinctive 
version of "Gypsy." In the fall the Phi Psi's have their annual Dogpatch party. They 
also have a Suppressed Desire party and several combo parties. The Spring Formal 
in May climaxes the year's social events. 

Phi Kappa Psi leaders are: Richard D. Hash, President; Charles B. Watkins, Vice- 
President; Hampton W. Hoge, Recording Secretary; Harry J. Anderson, Correspond- 
ing Secretary; James R. Bell, Treasurer. 



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JOHN W. CRISS 
President 




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First Row: 

John S Bachman, Ernest E. Bastin. David 
P. Bell, Harold D. Brewster. James E. 
Brown, John W. Cannpbell, Richard W. 
Cannpbell. 



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Second Row; 

William H. Carman, Jack F. Chetock, Don 
L. Conaway, John W. Criss, Thomas P. 
DeBerry, David F. Deterlch. William B. 
Dwlnnell, III. 



Third Row: 

J. Thomas Flndley, Sherman E. Henson. 
William T. Kaiser. Daniel V. Kalo, Charles 
F. Kenamond. II, Charles L. Leonard, II. 
John G. Luke, III. 



Alpha Gamma chapter of Phi Kappa Sigma came to West Virginia University in 
1896 after its national founding on August 16, 1850. The national chapter offers 
scholarship-improvement awards, and the local chapter offers a scholarship to the 
active and to the pledge with the highest average. The Phi Kaps went "musical" This 
year for the hlomecoming parade with a band flanked by a scoreboard which brought 
them third-place honors. Their theme parties included a Roaring Twenties party, a 
Halloween Skull party, a Christmas party, and a Prohibition party. The Black and 
Gold Formal was a May event. The scene for all the Phi Kap parties was the newly 
remodeled house on 571 Spruce Street. 

Fraternity officers are: John W. Criss, President: Robert R. Smith, III, Vice-President: 
Thomas DeBerry, Secretary; John Bachman, Treasurer: V^illiam B. Dwinnell, III, Scholar- 
ship Chairman. 



Fourth Row: 

Mayes D. Mathews. Larry D. Miller, John 
M. Moran, Jr., David L. Mulligan, John 
J. Murphy, Eric H.- Myrland, Dale E. 
Palmer. 



Fifth Row: 

Louis C. Palmer, Robert E. Parsons, Rob- 
ert I. Rodenbaugh. Bruce D. Seller. Ed- 
ward L. Smith. Robert R. Smith, II, Ste- 
phen R. Snyder. 



Sixth Row: 

Kent M. Sole, John Edmund Stealey, III, 
Irvln D. TalboH. II, John D. Wallace, 
George N. Wilson, Flora G. Paxton, 
Housemother. 



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JERRY L. ROSENTHAL 
President 




First Row: 

Murray C. Abrams. Arnold H. Abrons, 
Frederic G. Barlus. Samuel D. Broverman, 
Daniel P. Cooper, Edward B. Doblcin, 
Howard Edelman. 



Second Row: 

Terry A. Fineberg, Martin J. Glasser. H. 
David Goldblum, Martin H. Goldstein, 
Robert A. Hoffberqer, David J. Joel, Ed- 
Ward S. Kaplan. 



Third Row: 

Rubert S. Kesselman, Martin A. Kosmin, 
Alan M. Kravitz, Leonard Landau. Ed- 
ward A. Lebowitz, Lynn D. Lerner. Ste- 
phen H. Levine. 



PHI SIGMA DELTA 



After its founding in 1909 at Columbia Unlversify, Phi Sigma Delta came to West 
Virginia University in 1927 as Upsilon chapter. The thirty-seven Phi Sigma Deltas 
took the first-place honors in the intramurals "B" league for 1962. The really unique 
aspect of the social calendar at 665 Spruce Street is the Thanksgiving Affair. All 
the members remain on campus over the vacation to attend parties and dinners and 
have a brotherly good time. Other social events include the Funeral party and 
the May Affair. 

The chapter officers are: Jerry Rosenthal, President; Lenny Landon, Vice-President; 
Ed Kaplan, Secretary; Phil Rosenthal, Treasurer. 



Fourth Row: 

Lawrence Maqid, Nornnan Marit, J. Ste- 
phen Max, irvin A. Miller, Philip S. Or- 
lanslty. Michael F. Parker, Stephen A. 



Fifth Row: 

Stuart M. Robbins, Jerry L. Rosenthal, 
Philip E. Rosenthal, Gordo Jay Sherman. 
Norman P. Silvers, Morton H. Slaven, A. 
Barry Tiete'man. 



Gary S. Weiner, S. Robert Weissman. 
Jeanette F. Goldstein, Housemother. 



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President 




First Row: 

James P. Armstronq, James P. Baiter, 
Jr., David A. Barb, K/loses L. Beall, 
Jack A. Bennett Bruce L. Berry. Jerry R. 
Blagq. WlHIam P. Blake. Robert L. Boston, 
Barry A. Brlnkley, David A. Brown. 

Second Row: 

John C. Biirdett. W.lllam W. Bur- 
dett. Clair E. Byron. Jr., A. Blaine Casali, 
Harold O. Casali. J. David Cecil, George 
S. CIncI, Theodore R. Coberly, Douglas 
A. Cornelius. Wlllard R. Coyner. Charles 
C. Cpyhert. 

Third Row: 

John E. Danser. John R. Davis. William L. 
Davis, Edward B. Deison, Leon A. Dicker- 
son, David T. Dillon. Larry A. Drake, 
Frederick A. Dunham. Garry L. Edwards. 
Guy O. Farmer, Jim J. Faulkner. 

Fourth Row: 

Thomas C. Fisher. William H. Fleming, 
James W. Gocke, John F. Goodlett. Rob- 
ert M. Gornall, R. Allen Gorrell. Robert 
W. Graves. Bruce W. Haislip, G. Don 
Heath, James R Hickman. James A. 
Houchlns. 
Fifth Row: 

J. Rodger House, David L. Johns, 
Philip C. Keller. Richard C. Kelly. 
John E. Kenna, William F. Kennedy, Tom 
Kenny, Gary W. Kirr, John R. Krieger, 
James B. Lee. John L. Lehman. 

Sixth Row: 

H. Lynn Lemasters. Lewin G. Lewin. Mi- 
chael B. tvlcCarthy, Michael E. McCor- 
mlck, Thomas A. Marshall, J. Fred Mar- 
tin, Lewis E. Mitchell, Jr., Jim M. Moss, 
Fred R. Nerz, William N. ONeil, James 
L. Payne. 

Seventh Row: 

Daniel M, Pettrey. Peter A, PIgnetti, 
James E. Ralston, Gary B. Reeves. John 
W. Reid. Jr., William B. Rossman. Jr., 
Chris Sarandon, Jr., Gary L. Saunders. 
James E. Sebert, David L. Selby. Douglas 
A. Sr^e. 

Eighth Row: 

E. Hal Shoup, Brian R. Smith, Ernest H. 
Sm'th. Hayward A. Snyder, Gary P. 
Soulsby. Michael E. Soulsby, James R. 
Spencer. Charles D. Stansbury. John H. 
Strong, James D. Stuck, Robert N. Swiger. 

Ninth Row: 

J. Stephen Terry. Thomas E. Tucker, 
Douglas R. Vanscoy. James E. Van- 
Voorhls, Ronald L. Wilkinson. Thomas R. 
Woodrum, Lynn H. Workmelster. Gordon 
L. Wright, Lawrence J. Yeardley, Arthur 
L. Morris. Mrs. P. Lipscomb House- 
mother. 



PHI SIGMA KAPPA 



Phi Sigma Kappa was founded March 15, 1873, af the University of Massachusetts. 
Delta chapter was organized in March, 1891, at West Virginia University and now 
has ninety members. The Phi Sigs won the second-place All-Year Cup in the intramural 
competition. They are especially proud of Don Bond, who was National Phi Sigma 
Kappa President, and Don Knotts, who was Phi Sig of the Year. Annually the Phi 
Sigs have a Viking party, the well-known Roaring Twenties party, and several combo 
parties. They hold their Moonlight Formal each May. 

Officers of the fraternity include: Fred Nerz, President; James Stuck, Vice-Presidenh 
Wiil'am O'Neil, Secretary; hiarold O. Casali, Treasurer. 



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First Row: 

Charles Abraham. John T. Allevato, 
Edward S. Arnott, Jr., Joseph E. Ayres, 
Andrew R. Barrett, Robert W. Bobst, 
William E. Bowline, Joseph W, Brand, 
Arnold E. Brlgode, Jr., Roger E. Broad- 
water. 



PETER A. NERI 
President 




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Second Row: 

Terry W. Broadwater, Ralph D. Buono, 
Joseph F. Burford, Bill W. Byrd, William 
A. Chitfum, Warren N. Current, Jack W. 
DeBolt, Gadls J. Dillon, John A. Dixon, 
John P. Folfas, Jr. 



Third Row: 

Paul A. Folfas, Roger C. Galloway, 
Thomas H. Glass. Jr., John D. Gnegy. 
James E. Graham, III, Robert E. Green- 
leaf, Harper G. Grimm. Jr., Richard W. 
Heid. Leonard G. Heldreth, John V/. 
Hina. 



Fourth Row: 

Richard L. Hopkins. Leo A. Jacobin, Wil- 
liam A. Jones, Frank H. Julian, Keith S. 
Kennedy. Jacquard L. Knight, Jr., F. 
Dwight Lacy. Douglas J. Ladish, Norman 
D. Lane. James H. Laughlin. 



PI KAPPA ALPHA 



Pi Kappa Alpha, founded at the University of Virginia in 1868, has become the 
national fraternity with the fire trucks. The West Virginia University Alpha-Theta 
chapter, organized in 1904, is now the owner of a 1930 American-La France fire 
engine. The engine's usefulness is quite varied — from picking up rushees and dates vo 
stirring up enthusiasm at football games. 36 Campus Drive not only housed a fire 
truck but also accomodated the seventy-seven members and their dates for a V^est 
Side party, a Roman Forum party, and a Showboat party. The Pi K A Dream Girl 
was announced in April at the Dream Girl Formal. 

Pi Kappa Alpha leaders are: Peter Neri, President; William A. Jones, Vice-President; 
Robert Bobst, Secretary; hienry Wagner, Treasurer. 



Fifth Row: 

Dick Llttke, Nicolas B. Lozano, Robert G. 
McDanlel, Robert B. McNeill. William 
R. Mitchell, Reid M. -Nelson, Peter A. 
Neri, III, L. Trenton Pauley, Thomas J. 
Perry Jack P. Pettit. 



Sixth Row: 

Kenneth A. Phillips, Thomas M. Pitsen- 
berger. Richard W. Pomrenke, Charles A. 
Rea. James E. RIffe. Mason E. Riley. 
Daniel A. Ross. Jack J. Russell. Leslie M. 
Shearer. Richard P. Simmons, Jr. 

Seventh Row: 

Robert B. Simmons. George Lee Sledge. 
Kingsley R. Smith. II. David G. Spann- 
bauer. Paul W. Swiqer, William J. Taylor, 
William L. Teano. David R. Vaughn, 
Henry C. Wagner, Frederick J. Welhl. 

Eighth Row: 

Russeii C. Williams, Jr., Martin G. Work. 
Emil G. Yatsko. Beniamin R. Zaborowsky, 
Sadie J. Henderson. Housemother. 



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WILLIAM B. LEITHEAD 
President 




First Row: 

John L. Allen, Richard L. Anderson, Allen 
R. Appel. Gary N. Benninger. Kenneth 
W. Biamble, James R. Bland, Douglas 
Bloomtield, Jr., Richard C. Brenneman, 
Henry M. Burgess, John A. Cain, Jr. 



Second Row: 

Larry E Casebeer, Charles O. Casto, 
Robert P. Caughey, Quentin D. Cooper, 
Warren M. Copeland, Jarrett H. Crow- 
ley, G. William Davis, James R. Dosier, 
Stephan R. Elberfeld, Thomas W. Garges. 



Third Row: 

Phillip C. George, James H. Glover, 
Robert C. Goyne, Spencer P. Grieco, 
Richard M. Gurtis, Robert E. Henzmann, 
Jr., Frank M. Hereford, Larry E. Hutton, 
Christopher M. Jarrett, Robert Jefferson. 



Fourth Row: 

David C. Johnson, Richard L. Johnson, 
Herman D. Jones, Junior H. Landes, II, 
William J. Lash, William B. Lelthead, Jr. 
David E. Lynch, Hugo J. McClung, Jerry 
J. McCoy, Luster C. McCutcheon. 



SIGMA CH 



Nationally, Sigma Chi was forty years old v/hen Mu Mu chapter was founded at 
West Virginia University on December I I, 1895. The biggest project for the Sigma 
Chi's this year was the new chapter house at the top of High Street which was 
opened second semester to house forty-four men. A most important addition to the 
new house is the stereo which the members won in the 1962 College Brand Round-Up 
Contest. They can enjoy it at their annual Gangster and Sadie hiawkins Day parties. 
"The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi" is introduced at a December party. The Sigma Chi's 
also participate in the annual Miami Triad Weekend. 

Fraternity officers are: William B. Leithead, President; John R. Weider, Vice- 
President; Stephen C. Norcross, Secretary; Jerry J. McCoy, Treasurer; David E. 
Lynch, Pledge Trainer. 



Fifth Row: 

David C. McLaughlin, Paul M. Madzin, 
Joseph A. Marclnek, Shaw R. Michael, 
Jack L. Morrone, C. Terry Morrow, 
Thomas M. Munchmeyer, Harry E. Myers, 
Stephen Norcross, William G. Norman, 
Jr. 



Sixth Row: 

Steven L. Page, Richard E. Paul, Charles 
S. Pearcy. Ill, Douglas E. Propst, Arthur 
C. Robinson, Jon W. Rose, Robert F. 
Shaffer, Jr., John C. Skinner, Jr., Walter 
J. Snider, William K. South. 



Seventh Row: 

Stephen H. Stone, Jr., Robert B. Stout, 
John M. Stump. Richard E. Talbott, Ben 
E. Telford. Willis G. Tetrick, III, Marshall 
Walls, John R. Wleder, Charles R. Wince, 
W. Douglas Wltten. 



Eighth Row: 

Edward G. Yates, George M. Zinn, Mrs. 
Cathleen M. Vaughan, Housemother. 



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First Row: 

Max D. Adams. Mark St. Arthur, Richard 
A. Bird, John W. Botts. Samuel P. Carter, 
Jr., W. Allen Cawley, Jr., William D. 
Chapman, Geoffrey W. Christian, Her- 
man G. Clouse. 



JOHN CURRY 
President 




Second Row: 

Steve O. Collins, David M. Conkle, 
Chester S. Conrad, Paul E. Cook, Howard 
R. Crews. John P. Cummings. John R. 
Curry. David A. Faber. John H. Ewing, 
Jr. 



SIGMA NU 



Third Row: 

Thomas B. Feaqans, John P. Ferry, J. 
Barrie Frees, J. Dee German, James Grey, 
Jr., Edward A. Heflin, Eugene R. Harvey, 
David M. Hendrickson, H. Bruce Hill. 



Fourth Row: 

Charles M. Houchlns, Kyle E. Jones. Earl 
G. Kendrick, Jr., Clyde L. Kunst, James 
H. Lord, Carl A. Lucas. Jr.. Robert B. 
McHenry, Charles H. McQuade, John M. 
McGuire. 



Fifth Row. 

Donald M. Manzo, John C. Martin, 
Jr.. William R. Mayne, Frank J. Mazzei, 
Jr.. Eddie M. Meadows. Paul T. Meyers, 
Philip D. Mooney, Jay H. Morris, Robert 
O. Null. 



Sixth Row: 

James G. Oliverio, John T. Packett, David 
R. Paulsen, T. Gary Petrella. Daniel D. 
Pierce, Michael L. Plauche, Dwight K. 
Poole. Ned H. Raqland, Jr., Frank R. 
Rakes. 



Seventh Row: 

Robert F. Rider. Charles J. Schuster, 
George R. Shumate. Lawrence Sippe, 
Clarence W. Smith, William K. Snod- 
qrass Jerry K. Straub, Gary L. Stoops, 
O. Carter Snead. 



Eighth Row: 

James W. VanEvera, Wilbert E. Wilhelm. 
Jr., Daniel L. Wilking, Bill W. Wood, 
Samuel E Wood, Vanyla S. Hollen, 
Housemother. 



Sigma Nu was founded at Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Virginia, in 1869. 
It came to West Virginia University as Gamma Pi Chapter in 1904. The Sigma Nus 
captured the first-place honors in the 1962 Mother's Day Sing with "The Battle Hymn 
of the Republic." Much of the local chapter's efforts go toward the annual intramural 
competifion. Their social calendar includes a Roaring Twenties Party, a Hawaiian Party, 
and a Big Brother-Little Brother Dance. They also Christmas-carol with their sister 
sorority, Alpha Xi Delta. A Christmas Formal in December and a Spring Formal in 
April are the high points of the entire year. They also enjoy "borrowing" the D G anchor. 

The chapter officers are: John Curry, Commander; Daniel Wilking, Lieutenant 
Commander; David Faber, Recorder; Lawrence Sippe, Treasurer. 



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THOMAS R. WILSON 
President 




First Row: 

James D. Ashley. Larry K. Blackburn, 
William L. Clements. H. Dieter Gar- 
rett. C. Joseph Gillespie. Richard L. 
Harrison. 



SIGMA PHI EPSILON 



Charles R. Herron, Paris C. Hudnall. 
Douglas A. Kersey. Floyd E. Leaseburg. 
Hugh M. Martin. George W. Marshall. 



After the national founding at Richmond College In 1901, Signria Phi Epsilon 
organized the West Virginia Beta Chapter at West Virginia University. Nationally, 
the fraternity offers scholarships to needy and worthy members. It also supports a camp 
in Pennsylvania for underpriviledged children. Sigma Phi Epsilon has ranked first in 
scholarship among the fraternities for the past two semesters. The biggest party for 
1962-63 was the Christmas party. The Golden Sweetheart Ball, an annual affair, was 
an April event. The fraternity began construction of their new house on Willey 
Street this spring. It will provide plenty of room for studying and for parties in the 
years to come. 

Fraternity officers are: Thomas Wilson, President; Edward Semenschin, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Jon L. Woodford, Secretary Joseph Glllispie, Treasurer. 



Third Row: 

Charles E. Semenschin. Brock Tschappat. 
Richard W. Watkins. James F. White. 
Thomas R. Wilson, Jon L. Woodford. 



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Mrs. Mary F. Heard, Housemother. 





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President 




David L. Anderson, Danny O. Barr, 
Donald E. Bohach. William F. Brown. 
Delbert L. Christopher. Bill C. Clark, 
Frederick J. Coffnnan. John Cardea. 



Second Row: 

A. James Ellis, Jr., Theodore Evans, 
Albert L. Hoffman, Jr., Timothy R. Jones. 
Robert P. Kalivoda. Dennis E. Lawther, 
James W. McCall, Raymond L. McCut- 
cheon. 



Third Row: 

David J. Mahoney. Francis A. Nardella, 
Joseph C. Phillips, Joseph Perfetti, Frank 
L. Petryszak, Edward S. Pritchard. Freddy 
J. Reese, Jeffrey C. Rinehart. 



TAU KAPPA EPSILON 



Tau Kappa Epsilon was founded at Illinois Wesleyan, Bloomington, Illinois, in 1899, 
and Rho became the seventeenth local chapter in 1923. Tau Kappa Epsilon now has 
190 active chapters. The Tekes won the second-place trophy in the "B" fraternity 
sports league. Annual parties at their new location on North hiigh Street include a 
Barn party, a Turkey hlop, a Christmas party, and the Bowery Ball. They also plan a 
special Greek Week event. The Red Carnation Formal in April ends the planned social 
activities. 

The chapter officers are: Edward Pritchard, President; Donald Bohach, Vice- 
President; Raymond Smith, Secretary; Francis Nardella, Treasurer; Richard Shumaker, 
Pledge Trainer. 



Fourth Row: 

Herbert C. Rockwell, Jr.. Antonio J. 
Rozzo. Richard G. Ruff, Tony V. Santoro, 
Joseph G. Saseen, Fred S. Scango, Ron- 
ald E. Sexton. Richard C. Shumaker. 



Fifth Row: 

Raymond C. Smith, William J. Sny- 
der. Robert Stephenson. William C. Stout. 
Sam A. Strictland, Robert L. Saunderman. 
J. Henry Thomas. Jeff V. Ward. 



Siith Row: 

Gary W. Watson. Christian W. Wirz. 
Joseph M. Wolfe. Jr.. Gary P. Wood. 
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First Row: 

Joseph A. Arena, Victor A. Barone, John 

A. Brancazio. Louis &. Carorza, Thomas 
S Clark, Carlo M. Demetrlo. 

Second Row: 

Ary L deVries. James L. Eliott, Francis 
J. Ferrelli, Rodqer D. Hennelte, Robert 

B. Koontz, Jon C. Lankford. 

Third Row: 

Gary L. McCullough, Lawrence E. Mar- 
key. John E. Martin, Jr., Edward A. 
Moninger, Stanley R. Moody, Clarence 
R. Mortimer. 

Fourth Row: 

William S. Penn, III, James R. Shaffer, 
John T. Tonkin, Michael T. Weaver, Carl 
P. ZaIatoris, Mrs. J. P. Campbell, House- 
mother. 



THETA CHI 



Alpha Kappa of Theta Chi came to West Virginia University as a chapter of the 
national fraternity founded in 1856 at Norwich, Vermont. The Theta Chi's won an 
honorable mention in the 1962 Mountaineer Vv'eekend house-decorations competition. 
The Theta Chi Regional Corral was held in Morgantown in the spring. The social 
events at 661 Spruce Street include the Christmas party, the Halloween party, and 
the Valentine party. The twenty-seven brothers conclude their social season in April 
with their Dream Girl Formal. 

Theta Chi leaders are: John Brancazio, President; Gary McCullough, Vice-President; 
Lawrence Artier, Secretary; Clarence Mortimer, Treasurer. 



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dramatizes competition and trains younq men 
n a competitive force — the free-enterprise sys- 
:hes to participants, to other students and to 
the necessity for total education by admitting 
tion to a brain to be trained, a student has a 
body and emotions which must go along with in- 
ivelopment. 

cs a man learns to think under fire, to make 
ider pressure, to work harmoniously with others; 
he does for the team what he wouldn't do for himself alone. 
By fostering athletics, the university becomes the most 
effective exhibitor of sportsmanship by keeping it before 
the people, and in particular, providing a fine example for 
high school and pre-college youth. 

Sports in college is a part of the life of self-improvement 
for the individual. One of its duties is to enhance the integ- 
rity of the individual, which is the core of American greatness. 
There are higher degrees of happiness is some things 
other than sport, but I think happiness is found most readily 
in sport, and more predictable — by plan — than in almost 
anything one does. Effort in sport is a matter of character 
rather than reward. A learned man once said: "A person's 
greatest moment of happiness is to be tested beyond what 
he thought might be his breaking point — and not fail." 

Sport is the moral equivalent of war, having all the virtues 
and none of the vices of war. It is the physical epitome of 
life at its best, as philosophy and science are its intellectual 
epitome. 

Competitive athletics is the hair on the university's chest. 
It gives a masculine accent. It is the one thing left that co- 
eds can't get into and do better than the men. 
FRED RUSSELL 

Vice-President and Sports Editor NASHVILLE BANNER 
Author of: 

"Pigskin Preview," SATURDAY EVENING POST 
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THE MOUNTAINEER 

Dressed in buckskin, a coonskin cap, moccasions and carry- 
ing a double-barreled rifle — this is the Mountaineer, symbol 
of West Virginia University. He depicts, and is a constant 
reminder of, the ruggedness and courage of our West Vir- 
ginia forefathers. 

The Mountaineer leads the cheerleaders and varsity foot- 
ball squad onto the field and guides the cage team onto 
the basketball court. Since "his" founding in 1931 by Moun- 
tain, the Mountaineer has become known not only through- 
out the Mountain State, but to the people across the nation. 
Whether shooting the Pitt Panther, chasing the Penn State 
Nittany Lion, or scalping the William and Mary Indian, the 
Mountaineer adds spark to University sporting events both 
at home and away. 

Selected by Mojjntain each spring, the Mountaineer must 
exemplify the all-round student — outstanding in activities, 
scholarship and school spirit. This year's Mountaineer was 
Bill Thompson. 




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"Fight, fight, fight, Mountaineers" . . . "Let's go, Moun- 
taineers" . . . "Beat the hellouta Pitt" ring from the stadium 
in the fall and reach each high corner of the field house 
during basketball season. Eight energetic coeds. West Vir- 
ginia University's Varsity Cheerleaders, were on hand this 
year to lead the fans in cheers and chants at each thuse, at 
every home football and basketball game and at several 
held in "enemy territory." 

Tryouts are held each spring and the varsity squad is 
selected by faculty members. The students owe much to the 
gold-and-blue-clad cheerleaders tvho truly exemplify the 
"Mountaineer Spirit" and try to instill that spirit into the 
rest of the student body. 



VARSITY CHEERLEADERS 

Left to Right: Judy McGuire, Mary Alice Selby, Jan Metz, Susan 
Pilegge, Ruth Ann Martin. Captain; Sharon Burmeister, Brenda Kay 
Isaacs. Beverly Bourne. 



CHEERLEADERS 



FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS 

Left to Right: Sally Evans, Danette Cain, Carolyn Bagwell, Diana 
Strawser, Deanna Barker. 




The West Virginia University football team had tremendous 
prospects for 1962. Only three of the starting eleven and 
eight of the 29 lettermen were gone from the 1961 team that 
upset Army and Pitt. The 1962 squad was largely a senior 
team, full of experience and confident of climbing farther 
up !he football ladder. The pre-season ratings by various 
football magazines predicted a 7-3 record for the Mountain- 
eers and Street and Smith's even ranked them twelfth in 
the nation. West Virginia sportswriters, predicting a 6-4 sea- 
son, were not quite as optimistic. 

The first game against Vanderbilt was said by many to be 
the key to the season. Some were surprised as the Moun- 
tainases soundly defeated the Commodores 26-0, for one 
of the all-time great opening games. They then went on to 
defeat Virginia Tech 14-0, Boston University 7-0, archrival 
Pitt 15-8, and Homecoming foe George Washington 27-25. 
Then the bubble broke in Portland, Oregon, as the Liberty 



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Bowl champions, Oregon State, clobbered the Gold and 
Blue 51-22. WVU next defeated William and Mary 28-13, 
but then lost another to Pen State 34-6. The Mountaineers 
then came out of their mid-season doldrums to trounce The 
Citadel 49-0. In the final game they upset favored Syracuse 
17-6. 

The 1962 edition of the Mountaineers restored to West 
Virginia University the football prestige once held In the mid- 
50's. The season record (8-2) was not only the best in seven 
•/eais but also saw many varsity records broken. Next season 
promises to be an interesting one with much potential still 
on the squad, a top freshman team, with Navy, Pitt, and 
Oregon appearing In Morgantown. 



First Row: Steve Edwards, Homer Criddle, Ed Pastllong, Dieter Garrett, 
Tom Woodeshlcic, Jerry Yost, Glenn Helton, Art George, Milt Clegg, 
Tom Yeater. Second Row: Larry Tracewell, Joe Kiselica. Tom Brindle. 
John Skinner, Pete Goimarac, Bill Shillings, Jim Moss, Co-captain; 
Keith Melenyzer, Co-captain; Don Myers, Bob DeLorenzo. Bill Fleming, 
John Burnison, Glenn Bennett. Third Row: Gene Heeter, Ken Herock, 
Ron Haggerty, Don Young, Don Arthur, Phil Varnak, Rich Juriga. Jim 
Cooper, Jim Mazzella. Ron Colaw, Jim Procopio, Joel Hicks, Frank 
Sirianni. Fourth Row: Danny Eismon, Regis Woods, Alan Hoover, Phil 
Slzemore, Bernie Carney, Joe Pablan, Charles Bursich, Steve Berzansky, 
Vic Green, Ray Bazzoll, Eli Kosanovich, Larry Niedzalkoski. 








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.' The opening encounter was with the Vanderbilt Comnno- 
dores at home and, remembering the brutal punishment suf- 
fered a year before, the Mountaineers were bent on revenge. 
The second time the Gold and Blue got the ball they marched 
32 yards, with Jerry Yost scoring on a quarterback sneak. The 
next scoring drive covered 87 yards as Yost passed to Gene 
hieeter for the tally. A pass interception by Pete Goimarac 
led the way to another score that featured a 42-yard rollout 
scamper by Yost. Tom Woodeshick scored this touchdown. 
A Yost-to-Jim Moss pass accounted for the last TD in the 26-0 





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GENE HEETER 
Senior 



Colaw recovers fumble as he crashes through the line for short yardage 



shutout. The big play in the final drive was a 27-yard run by 
substitute fullback Ron Colaw. 

Richmond was the scene of West Virginia's second game 
of the season as they took on their greatest rival in the South- 
ern Conference, Virginia Tech. This Tobacco Bowl game was 
as tough as anticipated. The Gold and Blue put together two 
first-half touchdowns and a strong defense to defeat the Gob- 
blers, 14-0. In the opening quarter, the Mountaineers easily 
drove 88 yards in 12 plays, highlighted by a 56-yard run by 
Jerry Yost. With three seconds left in the first half, Yost 
passed to end Milt Clegg for the other score. Glenn Bennett 
kicked both extra points. A serious loss was suffered a,s co- 
captein Jim Moss injured his knee, putting him out of action 
for most of the season. 

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Senior 



Entire Mountaineer forward wall converges on Pitt's Martha 



Boston University providing the opposition. The game's only 
touchdown occurred in the first quarter as reserve fullback 
Steve Berzansky scored from the one-yard line. This TD was 
:et up by a 5 1 -yard punt return by Jim Procopio. Glenn 
Bennett added the extra point and the score was then the 
same as the final, 7-0. The remainder of the game was a 
defensive battle as each team recovered two of the opposi- 
tion's fumbles, the Mountaineers intercepted three passes 
and the Terriers two. Linebacker Pete Goimarac again turned 
in the top defensive performance as he recovered two fum- 
bles end intercepted a pass. 



It is often said that the Mountaineers have a successful 
season if they beat Pitt and that Is just what happened by a 
15-8 score. In the second period Steve Berzansky scored for 
the h^ounties on a 29-yard run. In the third period, the Gold 
and Blue defense was finally scored upon as Pitt's Paul Martha 
ran 34 yards for a score. A two-point conversion made the 
score 8-7 in favor of Pitt. This set the stage for a come-from- 
behind finish as the Mountaineers drove practically the length 
of the field, highlighted by a 49-yard run from scrimmage by 
Tom Woodeshick. Tom Yeater scored from the five and a 
Yost-to-Heeter pass accounted for the final two points. The 



Woodeshick slices through the Boston line for a short gain 




Mountaineer line played its best game of the year, continually 
throwing Pitt quarterback Jim Traficant for tremendous losses 
and containing Paul Martha every time but once. 

Homecoming was the next week with George Washington 
providing the opposition. In the first half WVU completely 
outplayed the Colonials and the halftime score was 21-0. 
The Mountaineers drove 80 yards In ten plays for the first 
score as a Yost-to-Glenn hlolton pass accounted for the TD. 
Sophomore safetyman Bill Fleming set up the next two tallies 
on long returns of Intercepted passes with Holton and Ber- 
zansky scoring. Glenn Bennett booted the three extra points 
which later were to be the margin of victory. What appeared 
to be a first-half slaughter turned Into a complete reversal 
during the second half as the Colonials surged to four touch- 
downs. Before the Mounties could regain their composure, the 
the Colonials were ahead, 25-21. This became the second 




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RAY BAZZOLI 

Senior 



JOHN SKINNER 
Senior 



come-from-behind victory in as many weeks as Yost passed 
io Tom Woodeshick for a 56-yard gain on the GW 18-yard 
line. After several plays, Glenn Holton scored from the five. 
The defense held until the final gun for a 27-25 win. 

The proud Mountaineers too"k their perfect record to Port- 
land, Oregon, with high expectations of another triumph, but 
the passing combination of Helsman Trophy winner Terry 
Baker and All-American end Vern Burke was just too much for 
a werikened WVU pass defense. Oregon State took the lead 
early and never gave up. It was a shattering 51-22 defeat for 
all WVU fans. Gene Heeter scored two touchdowns for the 
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RONALD HAGGERTY 

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play covered 92 yards on a Yost-to-Heeter pass and set a 
new WVU record in this category. 

Returning home from the demoralizing trip to Oregon, the 
h^ountaineer defense sagged at times during the game with 
William and Mary, but the Gold and Blue still won by a 28- 1 3 
scorp Jerry Yost had another fine day as he threw three 
touchdown passes and set up another score. Freguent fumbles 
dnd pass interceptions marred the play in the first half. The 
scoring opened in the first quarter on a pass from Yost to 
Herock. Then, after two Indian scores, the Mountaineers 
started a drive that was capped by Glenn Holton charging 
across from the two. With eight seconds left in the half, Yost 
threw a 43-yard pass to end Ray Bazzoli who took it from 
there. An insurance touchdown was scored on a Yost-to- 
Heeter pass in the fourth quarter. 

West Virginia then met Penn State, the number-one team 
in the East and Gator Bowl contender, at University Park. A 
stout Mountaineer defense held the Nittany Lions to only one 
touchdown in the first half but staved off four other serious 
threats. In the second half, a fierce Penn State line broke the 
defense and turned what had been a close game into a rout. 
Five Penn State players were voted on the WVU all-opponent 
team. Only twice did the Mountaineers threaten and the lone 
icore came on a 54-yard pass play with Jerry Yost tossing to 
halfback Tom Woodeshick. The final score was 34-6. 

Jerry Yost broke the old West Virginia total-offense record 
by picking up 21 I yards passing and running as the Moun- 
taineers exploded for 37 points in eight-and-a-half minutes of 
Ihe second half and overpowered the defending champions 
of the Southern Conference, The Citadel, by a 49-0 score. 
The home finale was predominately a defensive battle for 
three quarters; then the Bulldog defense fell completely 
apart. Coach Corum emptied his bench as seven different 
Mountaineer players scored touchdowns and the Gold and 
Blue had their greatest day offensively, a grand total of 517 
yards running and passing. The scoring came on a 16-yard run 
by Tom Woodeshick, a one-yard plunge by Glenn Holton, a 
five-yard run by Jim Moss, a two-yard plunge by Ron Colaw, 
an 80-yard run by Larry Tracewell, an eight-yard romp by 
Jim Procopio, and a 15-yard run by Dick Madison. By defeat- 
ing the Citadel, the Mountaineers were undefeated at home 
for 1962. 

The season came to a successful conclusion at Syracuse 
where the second major Mountaineer up-iet of the year was 



Holton attempts to break up a Nittany Lion pass as Moss comes in fast 
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GLENN BENNETT 
Senior 



at the expense of the Orangemen by a 1 7-6 score. The 
hometown fans were stunned as the fine West Virginia de- 
fense combined with a never-say-die offense to baffle com- 
pletely the home team. Jerry Yost brilliantly led the Mounties 
as he passed to Gene hieeter for one WVU touchdown and 
scored the other himself on a quarterback sneak. Tom Woode- 
chlck had another fine day as he was chosen the game's most 
valuable player. The WVU line continually opened holes in 
a heavier, but less inspired, Syracuse line and demonstrated 
their early-season defensive skills. This was Syracuse's first 
loss TO the Mountaineers since I 957. 



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Senior 



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Senior 




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BASKETBALL 



Pre-season forecasts of the 1962-63 Mountaineer basket- 
ball team placed it as high as fourth in national ranking and 
Sonne hopeful fans even predicted a national championship. 
This early optimism accounts for the severe criticism of a team 
which racked up the following credits: won 23 games while 
losing eight; was high among the leading scorers in the 
country with 82.4 points average per game; won twenty or 
more games for the eighth consecutive year; finished in the 
■iop twenty teams In the nation for the eighth straight year; 
and won the Southern Conference championship for the 
eighth time in nine years. George King's three-year coaching 
percentage is .795 (70 victories, I 8 defeats), second among 
all college coaches in their third year. 

The season started fast as the Mountaineers met four of 
the nation's top ten teams in the first nine games. They did 
not do too well as they lost three of the four. The teams were 
Ohio State, Oregon State, Kentucky, and Illinois. At this 
point the record was 6-3, capturing second place in the Ken- 
tucky Invitational and Holiday Festival tournaments. This was 
followed by a six-game winning streak before the Mounties 
were crushed by rival Duke in a 40-point loss. This was the 
beginning of the slump in the season as the Gold and Blue 
dropped four of seven games. Other losses were to Southern 
Conference foes, Furman, William and Mary, and archrival 
Pitt. After this period, the team did not lose another game 
until the defeat at the hands of St. Joseph's, eight games 
iater in the NCAA Tournament. 

The team had its stars — two-time All-American Rod Thorn, 
the third-highest all-time WVU leading scorer, and Jim Mc- 
Cormick, the seventh-highest scorer in the school's history. 
Thorn also led in assists but Tom Lowry took the rebound 
honors. In Thorn and McCormIck, WVU is losing, by gradua- 
tion, the best backcourt scoring combination in its many years 
of basketball and they will be difficult to replace. 






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Head Baslcetball Coach 



BOB LOCHMUELLER 
Assistant Basketball Coach 



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Left to Right, First Row: Rudy Zatezalo, Gay Elmore, Rod Thorn, Gale 
Catlett, Jim McCormick, Buddy Quertinmont, Ricky Ray, Don Weir. 
Second Row: Assistant Coach Bob Lochmueller, Bill Maphis, Marty Lentz, 
Gary McWilliams, Tom Lowry, B.ob Camp, Dave Shuck, Mike Wolfe, 
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opening game. 





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Thorn and Maphis fight hard for an important rebound In one of tw 
hard-earned victories over Davidson. 





Pitt's Generalovlch pulls down a rebound with Wolte close by 
guarding him. 



Lenti and Wolfe battle a Penn State player under the boards 
in the 89-73 victory over the Lions. 




Hard-fighting McCormick pulls down one of his nnore than 100 rebounds 
during the season. 



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"--,:■■ ind Lowry attempt to block a Virginia Tech shot in the hard- 
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Lowry attempts a long jump shot as Lenh runs in to get possible 
rebound (NCAA Tournament). 

Fierce action results from a loose ball In the final game of the year 
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Thorn clears the boards preparing 
to pass off and start the famous 
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McCormick puts in two of his 23 
points in the 97-88 loss to St. Joseph's 
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With the greatest number of "blue chip" players in a decade, the gridiron future 
of WVU appears to be a bright one. With the loss of 19 seniors from the 1962 varsity 
squad, the Frosh team will be all-important In Coach Corum's plans for next season. 
Leading rushers Dick Leftridge, Larry Duck, and Rodger Blackwell should bolster the 
varsity backfield. Outstanding are guards Roger Alford and Steve Kush, tackle Jim 
Fagan, and center Gary Barnette. Kicking should no longer be a worry, for Chuck Kinder 
can punt, place-kick, and kick off with the best. 



Left to Right; First Row: Norman Va.l 
Bob Butkowski, Ken Woodeshkk, Wayne 
Cole, Haydn Jones, John Luckini, Rkhle 
Martha, Chuck Kinder, Dick Rader, Bar- 
nard Barley, Allen McCune, Larry Duck, 
Bob Mills. Second Row: Fred Hauff, Gene 
Ciccarelli, Joe Minder, Don Kemerer, 
Pete DeSantis, Bob Freeman, Clair Myers, 
Roqer Blackwell, Dick Leftridge, Stan 
Lyslck. Louis Ribel, Jim Karwoski, Scotty 
Clarke, Jerry Johnson. Third Row: As- 
sistant Coach Sam Sirianni, Assistant 
Gary Cook, Jim Harris, Walter Paraschak, 
William Lipscomb, Jim Fagan, Roger 
Alford, Bill Sullivan, Bob Dunlevy, Gary 
Barnette, Tommy Tucker, Ernie Wheeler, 
Steve Kush, Bob Popovich, Assistant Dave 
Santrock, Head Coach Ed Shockey. 



The "little Mountaineers" continued their dominance over opponents as they com- 
piled a 10-3 record. Bill Ryczaj, leading the team with a 26.6-points-per-game average, 
established the second-highest scoring average ever amassed by a freshman. John Cav- 
acini, the second-leading scorer, led the team in assists. The other three starters, John 
Lesher, Gary Shaffer, and Perry Polensky, also averaged in double figures. George King 
has some fine talent with which to build great Mountaineer teams In the future. 



FRESHMEN 
FOOTBALL 



FRESHMEN 
BASKETBALL 



Left to Right, First Row: Gary Shaffer, 
John Lesher, Perry Polinsky, Bill Ryczaj, 
John Cavacini, Jim Oliverio. Second 
Row: Carl Roberts, equipment manager; 
Dick Dubois, student assistant coach; 
Jim McCullouqh, manager; Larry Orban, 
Charles Toth, Jerry Armentrout, Phil 
Donley, assistant trainer: Coach Quentin 
Barnette. 





Left to Right, Firtt Row: Charles Rea. 
Ray Baldwin, Doug Kersey. Second Row: 
Dicl: Goode. Don Sweeney, Roger 
Meador, Coach Stan Romaroski, Ed 
Fiertz, Roy Ralson, Joe Kubic. 



CROSS 
COUNTRY 



The 1962 Cross Country season was the best in many a year as the Mountaineer har- 
riers won the Southern Conference title, compiled a 5-3 record, and beat Pitt twice. 
Leading the team with a low total of 18 was Junior Roger Meador. Sophomore Don 
Sweeney finished fifth in ihe Southern Conference. Senior Charles Rea, Dough Kersey, 
and Raynor Baldwin were in the top 15 in the conference meet. Next year looks very 
promising for the harriers as the two top scorers, Meador and Sweeney, will return. 
Also returning wil be Ed Fiertz and Joe Kubin. 



What was supposedly a rebuilding year for the Rifle Team ended as one or the best 
years ever, if not the best. The team finished the regular season with an undefeated 
(15-0) record, captured the Greater Pittsburgh League title for the third straight year, 
won the National Rifle Arsociation Sectional contest for the fourth straight year, and 
placed second in the Southern Conference, hiigh scorers were Jim Hornor, Bob Gosnell, 
hHugh Shephard, and Bill Knestrick. 



RIFLE 
TEAM 



Left to Right, First Row: Jim Hornor. 
Mile Moore, Allan Hathaway. Leonard 
Graham, Bill Ruby. Bill Gifford. Second 
Row: Coach, Major Bob Means, John 
Writer, Bob Davis, Bob Gosnell, Hugh 
Sheppard, David Rush, Asst. Coach, 
M/Sgt. Charles Haley. 





Coach Bonsall, with orily one letferman returning from last season, turned to his 
sophomores and came up with the best season he has had since he came here a decade 
ago. They compiled an iinpressive 8-1 record, their only loss being to Pitt. The high 
scorers were sophomore Jerry Spencer, described by some as "Olympic calibre," with 
i88'/2 points, junior CarlTownsend with 91 points, and Jim Roberts, another sophomore, 
with 86I/2 points. 

Next season should be a good one, for not a single member of the 1962-63 team will 
be gone. 



Left +0 Right, First Row: Jerry Spencer, 
BII Martin, David Lindqulst. Second Row: 
Coach Bill Bonsall. Jim Roberts, Ron 
Crago, Roger Henneke. Carl Townsend, 
Manager Allen Wright. Not pictured: 
Adam Gradek. 



GYMNASTICS 



Coach Steve hiarrick, in his twenty-fifth year as wrestling coach, led his team to an 
all-time record of 10-3 and to a second place in the Southern Conference. Three Moun- 
taineers were Southern Conference champions in their classes. They were Sam Church 
at 147 pounds, Tim Rihn at 167 pounds, and Roy Sisler in the 177-pound class. Other 
standouts were sophomore Jim Jioio, junior Dave Cain, and senior George Niedeff. 



WRESTLING 



Left to Right, First Row: Charles Affelt- 
ranger, Paul Check, Dave Cain, Charles 
Buchanan. Second Row: Manager James 
Way bright, Larry Blackburg, Jerry 
Gooden, Gary Wilson, Captain George 
Nedeff, Robert Baker, Coach Steve Har- 
rick. Third Row: Tim Rihn, Richard 
Deever, Sam Church, Jim Jioio. 




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Left to Rigtif; First Row: Jim Goodwin, 
Kirk Nolto. Second Row: John Lynch, Jim 
Hess, Sid Bennett. Captain; Brookie Wat- 
kins. 



GOLF 



The 1962 Mountaineer golfers ranked as the best In a decade as they compiled a 
record of 9 wins, 2 losses, and I tie. Under new coach Charles hlockenberry, the team 
tied for second for its be:t showing ever in the Southern Conference Tournament and 
defeated Pen State, Ohio University, George Washington, and Pitt, among others. 
Captain Sid Bennett, newcomer Kirk Nolte, and a depth in all positions provided the 
material for a surprising season of upsets. 



Coach Ruel E. Foster's eleventh season as WVU tennis coach was a successful one 
as his charges compiled a 7-5 record and tied for sixth place in the tough Southern 
Conference. This marked the best record since 1952. The best individual record (8-4) 
was compiled by Sophomore Byron Kallam. He was followed by Ned "Buzzy" Ragland 
(7-5), captain Bill Schaeffer (6-6), and Boyd Warner (7-5). The coming season looks to 
be a fine one as five lettermen return from the '62 squad. 



TENNIS 



Left to Right; First Row: Stephen Levine. 
Boyd Warner, Byron Kallam. Bill Schaef- 
fer, Captain; "Buzzy" Ragland. Second 
Row: Larry Schwab, Manager; Casper 
Boelcslevy, Jerry Harman, Howard Crews, 
Francis Golden, Warner Dubose, Coach 
Ruel Foster. 




BASEBALL 



A Southern Conference championship, two All-Americans, 
a solid infield, and a husky righthander tell the story of the 
1962 Mountaineer baseball season. The outstanding right- 
hander, Tom Shafer, posted the best earned-run average in 
WVIJ history, batted .345, led the team with four home runs, 
won nine decisions, and lost only two. Five major-league clubs 
offered him contracts. Fast and hard-hitting, the infield 
backed up Shafer and Dave Wilson, winner of three 
games in the NCAA tournament. First baseman Rod Thorn 
led the team in runs batted in. All-American Joe Hatalla at 
second base paced the squad in runs, hits, doubles, and aver- 
age with a .379 mark. Tom Stepp made All-Southern Con- 
ference at shortstop. Another All-American, third baseman 
Ed Tekavec, completed this fine fielding quartet. 

Successfully defending their Southern Conference cham- 
pionship, the Mountaineers placed four players on the All- 
Conference team — Shafer, hiatalla, Stepp, and Jim Procopio, 
catcher-centerfielder who led the team in triples and stolen 
bases. After the NCAA district tournament, Shafer and 
hiatalla were picked for the All-District team. The 1962 
Mounties emerged from the Tournament as the first team 
since 1908 and only third team in WVU history to win 20 
games. It was a season of memorable baseball. 




Player tries for home plate 



Left to Right; First Row: Trainer Whitey Gwynne. Phil Douglas. Bill 
Hawley. John Nieman, Joe Verciqiio, Monty Jones, Bill Smith. Steve 
Kramarich, Craiq Manlcin, Coach Steve Harrick. Second Row: Jim Pro- 
copio, Joe Jeran, Joe Hatalla, Tom Stepp, Co-captain; Ed Tekavec, Co- 
captain; Rod Thorn, Wendell Backus, Tom Shafer, Dave Wilson, Bob 
Stone. 







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Left to Right; First Row; -..o Soltls, Jerry Ycst, Roqer HoldlnsLy, C 
captain; Bcb hj.^ ana, jerry Moore, Doug Kersey, Charles Calwen. 
Second Row: Ronald Wilson, Manager; Phil Edwards, Dan Bona, Herb 
Rogers. Frank Guenther, Richard Harrison, Joe Kubic, Bill Fleminij. 
Third Row: Coach Stan Romanoski, Dieter Garrett, Co-captain; Mike 
Angstreich, Larry Knight, Steve Yambor, Bob Timmerman, Roger Meador, 
Dick Petran, Don Myers, Ed Semenschin, Manager. 



Runner successfully clears the hurdle 



TRACK 





In view of last year's improved track season, it appears that 
Varsity Track at WVU is finally getting the recognition it 
deserves. The only two members of the squad from Ohio, 
Dick Petran and Larry Knight, led in the scoring with 65 and 
61 5/6 points, respectively. Bob Howland, Joe Kubic, and 
Frank Guenther followed with 58, 54, and 53 points. Roger 
Holdinsky, who had led the team in scoring for two seasons, 
underwent a knee operation after football season and placed 
sixth with 49 points. Dieter Garrett, also a leading scorer, 
injured his leg in the opening meet and missed the rest of 
the jeason. Sophomore Joe Kubic broke the oldest WVU 
track record when he ran the half-mile in 1:58.3. 

With some fine returning lettermen, such as Richard hHar- 
rison, Doug Kersey, Joe Kubic, Frank Guenther, Roger Mea- 
dor, and Dick Petran, 1963 promises to be an even better 
season for the cindermen than last. 



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Swimming was the only varsity sport to have a losing season (to date, in March) during 
the 1962-63 school year. The team's record was 5-7, but this is somewhat misleading. 
The team finished third in the Southern Conference, its highest finish ever, and took 
more firsts In the conference meet than any other team. The team had considerable 
talent but lacked sufficient numbers to win meets. 

The team members held many varsity records. Among these swimmers were Russ 
Irvine, chosen the outstanding swimmer in the Southern Conference, Dave Kohler, and 
Ron and Larry Crego. 



Left to Right, First Row: Larry Crago, 
Russ Ivien, Dave Kohler, Ron Crago. 
Second Row: Manager Ron Fletcher 
Xenopho Stamouils, Mac Wisler. Tom 
Brindle, Peter Fishbeck, Mike Wanda. 
Ken Means, Kent Snyder, Coach Jim 
Markel. 



SWIMMING 



SOCCER 



Left to Right, First Row: A! Barker, Spike 
Hicknnan, Mike Cici, Marty Goldstein, 
Buddy Burge, Norman Shumate, Casper 
Boeleskevy, Marty Pushkin. Second Row: 
Coach Jim Markel, Manager Dennis Wor- 
rell, Wendell Dick, Greg Myers, Joe 
Miller, Jay Morris, Marlin Coker, John 
Jameson, Tom Lewis, Fred Nerz, Assistant 
Coach Sam Maurice. 



Coach Jim Markel did a fine job of guiding the soccer team, in only Its sophomore 
;eason In varsity competition, to an 8-2 record. A surprise to almost everyone, the 
team lived up to its coach's predictions and showed what real dedication can do. 
Junior Al "Bucco" Barker led the team In scoring, followed by two seniors, Greg Myers 
and Fred Nerz. Experience gained this year gives great hope for many good seasons 
to come. 




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INTRAMURALS 



A little practice before the match 




Inframurals serve a definite purpose on the West Virginia 
University campus by giving all students the opportunity to 
participate on a competitive basis. Samuel Maurice is director 
of the Intramural Activities program and is constantly ex- 
panding the number of competitive sports. Interest has risen 
to the point that over 50% of the student body now par- 
ticipates in intramural activities. The number of participants 
increased this year over last, showing the growing popularit\ 
with the student body. 

In the women's intramural program for 1961-62, the girls 
from Morgantown came out victorious in over-all points in 
a fairly one-sided contest. Of the sororities, Alpha Delta Pi 
had the most points, with Kappa Kappa Gamma taking the 
next spot, followed by Delta Gamma. In the men's program. 
Beta Theta Pi walked off with the honors in the Fraternity 
"A" division, with Phi Sigma Kappa second and Pi Kappa 
Alpha third. In the Fraternity "B" division. Phi Sigma Delta 
amassed the most points. 



CLASSES 




_..3... morning in Septennber brings forth new smiles 

to the West Virginia University campus. These belong to the 
freshmen, all aglow and eager to learn. Freshman Week, the 
beginning of his new life here, is when the newcomer has the 
opportunity to become acquainted with his classmates and 
environment. One of his biggest problems is realizing that he 
has been knocked down a few pegs in just three months. Last 
June he was an almighty senior, and now, a lowly freshman. 

After a year-long "period of adjustment," our little friend 
has acquired an abounding amount of wisdom, a vast number 
of friends, and the status of being a sophomore (if he's 
lucky!). One year is over, and now what is he? Following many 
hours of wondering, he concludes that he is caught between 
the well-poised upperclassmen and the meager freshmen. Will 
he fall into the traditional "Sophomore Slump"? Or, was that 
cliche originated for the purpose of creating an incentive? 

Several months and two semesters later, our Mountaineer 
wakes up one day to find that he is an upperclassman — a 
junior. hHe has gained more wisdom and many more friends 
and he looks forward to his senior year with great expectation, 
building up his dream as the time draws near. 

Then his dream finally materializes: our friend becomes a 
full-fledged senior. The fight was hard and bitter. But, what 
was it all about? As for friends, most have already graduated 
and soon he must leave the others. And status? What wa,s 
that but a preparation for the cruel world ahead. His feelings 
turn from expectation to near panic. What will he do when 
June rolls around? Get a job? No, he could not risk that. He 
v/ill do what any senior— all aglow and eager to learn — would 
do ... go to graduate school!!! 



STUDY DURING THE WEEK 



Deutsch or Espanol? 





That last-minute cramming! 




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Thank goodness, classes over for the day 




'Home away from home" at WVU 



But the bell rang seven minutes ago 





TGIV (Thank goodness it's vacation, of course) 




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Have never seen this taught in a class 



Cheapskates! One cup tor four people 




THEN-FUN, PARTIES, VACATIONS 





What's A *hree-leHer word ^or "antidises+ablishmentarianism?" 



All Ihis for only four days at home? 











GRADUATES 



First Row: 

D. THOMAS ALLEN, 105 Church St., Clarksburg. LEO P. ATTILLI 
Sophia. VICTOR A. BARONE, Weirton. VICTOR J. BELLACE. 517 Ma 
qlll Ave, Collingswood. N.J. JAMES E. BROWN, 216 Haymond Hwy., 
Clarksburg. JOHN C. BURDETT, 663 Beech St., Grafton. JOHN B, 
CARRICO, Charleston. Vv'ILLIAM L. CLEMENTS. 252 Jackson Ave. 
Madison. CHESTER A. COLLETTE, 801 Winchester Ave., Martinsburg 

Second Row: 

DON L. CONAWAY, 173 Morgantown St., Uniontown, Pa. DANIEL P 
COOPER, lOth Ave., Marlinton.- L. DOUGLAS CURNUTTE. Kenova 
THOMAS O DOTSON, Summersville. RALPH C. DUSIC, JR., Rom 
ney. GEORGE E. FORE, Box 44. Sandstone. EUGENE T. HAGUE, JR 
1361 Market, Parkersburg. JOHN B. HALEY, Charleston. JERRY A, 
HAMMETT, 2722 Norwood Ave., Parkersburg. 

Third Row: 

JOHN E. HENDRICKS, Shenandoah Jet. ROLAND F. HESS, Main St., 
Johnston, Va. DAVID R. HOBBS. Huntington. RICHARD L. HOPKINS, 
Charleston. AUBREY C. HUDGINS, JR., 2210 Beaulane, Richmond, Va. 
G. CHARLES HUGHES, III, 404 Tomlinson Ave., Moundsville. ROBERT 
JEFFERSON. DAVID J. JOEL, 145! Nottaway Dr., Wheeling. BARBARA 
A. KERCHEVAL, 207 High St., Kingwood. 



Fourth Row: 

MARTIN A. KOSMIN, Charleston. GORDON L. LECKIE, 77 W. Main 
St., Buckhannon. C. DAVID McMUNN, Clarksburg. THOMAS M. 
MUNCHMEYER, 2317 Oak St., Parkersburg. REID M. NELSON. Cam- 
eron NICHOLAS NICHOLSON, 317 Beverly Ave., Morgantown. LAW- 
RENCE E. OYLER, Oak Hill. EARL A. PAULEY, Precious. THOMAS M. 
PITSENBERGER, Belington. 



Fifth Row: 

WOODWARD PRINCE, 310 Wilson Ave., Morgantown. JOHN R. 
PYLES, 220 Valley Dr. So., Beckley. ROBERT L. REYNOLDS, Rt. 2, Box 
366. Greeky, Colo. JOHN A. RIZZO, Farmington. GARY L. SAUNDERS, 
2107 W. Washington St., Charleston. HUBERT A. SHAFFER, JR., Mor- 
gantown. JAMES R. SHAFFER, 1220 Swearingen Rd., Weirton. NOR- 
MAN P. SILVERS, 470 Inglewood Blvd., Forest Hills, N.Y. ROBERT B. 
SIMMONS, Moundsville. 



Sixth Row: 

GARY F. SPENCER, 412 Midland Ave., Belle. WARD D. STONE, JR., 
Morgantown. JOHN M. STUMP, Charleston, JACK L. SUMMERS, 
Clarksburg. BEN E. TELFORD. ELSA MAE VEATCH, 113 Jackson Ave., 
Morgantown. GEORGE B. VIEWEG, III, Wheeling. CHARLES R. 
WINCE, Middlebourne. 






SENIORS 




First Row: 

SIDNEY F. ABSHER, 900 Shenandoah. Bluefleld: Mounlalneer Weak 
Team: IAS: Ph; Delta Theta • CHARLES F. ADAMS, Box 229, Spencer: 
State Awareness Commission, Coordinator; Phi Delta Theta * JOHN 
L. ALLEN, Rt, 3, Box 348, Clarksburg: Philosophic Society: Sigma Chi. 



Second Row: 

ROBERT B. ALLEN, Sinks Grove; Young Democrats Club: Kappa Alpha 
• ELEANOR L. ALTIZER, Mallory; Foreign Student Guide; International 
Awa'eness Committee: Cosmopolitan Club: Social Chairman, Alpha 
Phi • ROBERT A. ALVIS, Rt. I, Spencer; ASCE. 



Third Row: 

MICHAEL M. ANDERSON, Box 100, Rupert: Lambda Chi Alpha • 
WILLIAM M. ANDERSON, Patterson Creek: Kappa Alpha • JOSEPH 
A. ARENA, Northfork; Arnold Air Society: Freshman Guide: National 
Awareness Committee: Theta Chi. 



Fourth Row: 

JAMES P. ARMSTRONG, 714 D St., South Charleston: Phi Sigma 
Kappa • RAYMOND L. ARNOLD, Huntington, W. Va. • ROBERT A. 
ARNOTT, 807 Jefferson St., Spencer; Phi Lambda Upsllon, Treasurer: 
ACS Student Affiliates, President; Sigma Tau Sigma: Alpha Phi Omega. 



Fifth Row: 

DAVID R. ATCHINSON, 623 Jefferson Ave., Huntington; Alpha Gamma 
Rho • EDWARD G. ATKINS, 3003 Kanawha Ave., Charleston; Sphinx of 
Blue Key: Social Affairs Committee: Student Legislature: Sigma Tau 
Sigma: Freshman Guide; Phi Delta Theta • SANDRA L. AUSTIN, Rt. I, 
Box 680, Bluefield; Alpha Delta Pi. 



Sixth Row: 

JOSEPH E. AYRES, 140 Virginia St., Oak Hill; Forestry Club; Pi Kappa 
Alpha • KAY BAKER, 185 2nd St., Parsons; YWCA, Jr. and Sr. Cabinets; 
Marketing Club, Freshman Projects: Student Gov't. Elections Committee; 
Alpha XI Delta • MARY K. BAKER, 109 Summer St., Beckley; Elections 
Committee: Mountain Lair Decoration Committee: Y.W.C.A.: S.N.E.A,; 
Greek Weekend; Social Chairman, House President, Alpha Delta Pi. 



Seventh Row: 

JOHN A. BALASKO, Route 2, Box 125, Morgantown; Alpha Zeta: 
Block and Bridle: Scabbard and Blade; Alpha Gamma Rho • RAYNOR 
E. BALDWIN, 1491 Andmore Ave.. Morgantown: Mountain; Fi Batar 
Cappar; Track; Cross-country, captain; Sigma Delta Psi; Freshman 
Guide: Mountain Week Team: High School Basketball Steering Com- 
mittee; Homecoming Steering Committee; Transfer Orientation Steering 
Committee: Inauguration Guide; Mother's Day Sing Steering Committee: 
Sphinx Talent Show Steering Committee; Sphinx; Beta Theta Pi • JESS 
C. BALL, 95 Pennsylvania Ave., Uniontown, Pa. 




SENIORS 



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First Row: 

KAREN R. BALLENGEE, 4717 Long Branch Road, Huntington; MONTI- 
COLA Editor; Spokes; Chimes, Keeper of the Clapper; YWCA. Junior 
Cabinet Advisor, Vice-President; Student Court, Clerk; International 
Awareness Commission; Sigma Tau Sigma, Recording Secretary; Arnold 
Hall President: World University Service Steering Committee; Freshman 
Guide • ANDREW R. BARRETT, Rt. 2 Box 138-A, St. Albans; Pi Kappa 
Alpha • MABEL F. BARTH. 460 Maple Ave., New Martinsville; Cos- 
mopolitan Club; Student Assistant (Dean of Women's Staff); Baptist 
Student Center. 



Second Row: 

JOHNNA G. BARTO, Box 488, Holden; Kappa Phi; Theta Sigma Phi; 
Daily Athenaeum, Co-Society Editor • ERNEST E. BASTIN, 6 Timberlake 
Court, Clarksburg; Phi Mu Alpha; Phi Kappa Sigma ' OLLIE B. BATES, 
860 McQueen Blvd.. St. Albans; Mountain: Fi Batar Cappar; MONTI- 
COLA Business Manager; Student Party Chairman, 1962; Homecoming 
Steering Committee; Freshman Guide; President, Delta Tau Delta. 



Third Row: 

RALPH BEAN, JR., Box 20, Moorefleld; Freshman Class President; 
Helvetia. President: Homecoming Weekend Co-ordinator; Mountain; 
Sphinx; Fi Batar Cappar; Sigma Tau Sigma; Student Body President: Mr, 
Mountaineer; Kappa Alpha • JOSEPH A. BELCASTRO, 84 Station 
Street, Shinnston: Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonla; University Choir; Percussion 
Ensemble; Lambda Chi Alpha * ANN T. BELL, Box 194, Rt. 6, White 
Sulphur Springs; Pi Beta Phi. 



Fourth Row: 

LORENE P. BELL, Huttonsvliie • GARY N. BENNINGER, 605 Ohio Ave., 
Fairmont; Scabbard and Blade; Sigma Chi • CHARLES F. BEORN. 110 
Mornlngside Circle, Parkerburg; Alpha Epsllon Delta. 



Fifth Row: 

JOAN M. BEROLATTI, 450 Linden St., Morgantown; Orchesls Dance 
Workshop; Physical Education Majors Club; University Theatre Produc- 
tions • CHARLES C. BIBEE. 339 Hickman St., Clarksburg; Delta Tau 
Delta • LOIS BIBBY. 5405 Kanawha Ave., Charleston; Chi Omega. 



Sixth Row: 

SUZANNE BILLIG. 101 Chiles St., St. Albans; SNEA • CHARLES H. 
BISHOP, Grafton; Fi Batar Cappar: Phi Kappa Psi * LARRY K. 
BLACKBURN, 333 East Sixth St., Belle: Sigma Delta Psi; Varsity Club; 
Wrestling Team; Sigma Phi Epsllon. 



Seventh Row: 

RICHARD L. BLACKBURN, Box 325, Sophia • JOHN L. BLAIR, 
Moundsvllle: Kappa Sigma • WILLIAM P. BLAKE, 1055 Highland Dr., 
St. Albans: Scabbard and Blade; Mountaineer Week Team; Phi Sigma 
Kappa. 



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SENIORS 



First Row: 

DONALD E. BOHACH, 3909 Claromont PI., Weirlon; Greater West 
Virginia Weekend; Publicity Bureau: National Philosophic Society; Vice- 
President, Tau Kappa Epsllon • BEVERLY J. BOURNE, 802 Beech Ave., 
Morgantown; Cheerleader; Queens Committee; Y.W.C.A.: A.W.S.; 
State Awareness; Delta Gamma • JOHN C. BOYD, Huntington; Bala 
Theta PI. 



Second Row: 

KATHERINE A. BOYD, 449 North Wabash St., Wheeling; A.C.S.; 
Y.W.C.A.; Forest Festival Princess; Delta Gamma. * BRENDA T. 
BOYLES, 290 Wills St.. Welrton • GERALD M. BOWMAN, Route 3. 
Box 15. Fairmont. 



Third Row: 

JOHN R. BRENNAN, 55 Burkham Ct., Wheeling; Beta Theta PI • 
HAROLD D. BREWSTER. 404 Pennsylvania Ave.. Clarksburg: Phi Kappa 
Sigma • TERRY W. BROADWATER, Chesaptown, Md.; Advanced 
R.O.T.C: President, PI Kappa Alpha. 



Fourth Row: 

JOSEPH E. BROCK, 1921 Morgantown Ave., Fairmont. • FRED C. 
BROOKS, Rt. 4, Box 69, Morgantown; Phi Kappa Psl • DAVID A. 
BROWN, 223 Maple Ave., Bridgeport; Phi Sigma Kappa. 



Fifth Row: 

DIANE BROWN, 60i Hall St., Charleston; Freshman Guide; Ll-Toon- 
Awa; Spokes: Varsity Debate Squad; Army Sponsor; Delta Sigma Rhc; 
PI Beta Phi • JOSEPH E. BROWN, Fairmont; Phi Kappa Psl • MARMEL 
BROWN, Burnsvllle; Student Affiliate American Chemical Society. 



Sixth Row: 

NANCY BROWN, 216 South Walnut St., Morgantown; Delta Gamma * 
PEGGY A. BROWN, Route 3. Box 315. Morgantown; Y.W.C.A.; Alpha 
Delta Theta; Alpha Epsilon Delta, Vice-President; Cavalettes, Vice- 
President • ROBERT N. BROWN, 402 Forest Ave.. Morgantown; Phi 
Delta Theta. 



Seventh Row: 

WAYNE D. BROWN, E. Ralnelle; Tau Beta PI; H.K.N.; Kappa Alpha • 
SANDRA J. BULLMAN, 831 Price St., Morgantown; Physical Education 
Maiors Club, Vice-President • HENRY M. BURGESS, Box 239, Mason; 
Philosophic Society; A.I.E.E.; Sigma Chi. 




SENIORS 



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Flrsf Row: 

DAVID F. BURKS, 2807 Farm Rd., Alexander, Va.; Veterans Club • 
EDV^/ARD A. BUTCHER, South Charleston; Phi Delta Theta * KAREN 
P. BUTLER, 16 Simpson Ave., V^heellng; Alpha Delta Theta; Chi Omega. 



Second Row: 

NELLA M. BUTTA, 15 133rd Street. Chesapeake; Orchesis; Newman 
Club • ROXANE S. BUTTS, 1416 Bedford Rd., Charleston; American 
Speech & Hearing Association; Newman Club; Program Chairman, Pi 
Beta Phi • BILL W. BYRD, 902I/2 Front St., Princeton: Dolphin; IFC; 
Student Legislature; National Awareness Commission; Pi Kappa Alpha. 



Third Row: 

CLAIR E. BYRON, JR., 1742 Verona Dr., Chattanooga, Tenn.; Fi Batar 
Cappar; Phi Sigma Kappa • RICHARD A. CALVER, Rt. 3, Box 101, 
Maple Lake, Bridgeport; IFC; Marketing Club; Philosophical Society; 
Veterans Club; Young Republicans Club; Delta Tau Delta • DAVID D. 
CALVERT, JR., Arthurdale; Arnold Air Society; A.S.C.E. 



Fourth Row: 

JOHN W. CAMPBELL, 323 Alexander Ave., Clarksburg: Scabbard & 
Blade; Off-Campus Housing Committee; Phi Kappa Sigma * RICHARD 
W. CAMPBELL, 910 W. Park St., Morgantown; Phi Kappa Sigma • 
JOHN A. CANFIELD, IS James St., Keyser; Sigma Delta Chi; Choral 
Union. 



Fifth Row: 

JOHN CARDEA, Norfolk; Tau Kappa Epsilon * G. DOUGLAS 
CARNES, South Drive, Clendenin; Young Democratic Club; National 
Federation of College Young Democrats; Co-ordinator of Clean-Up 
Program; 1962 College & Universities Campaign Chairman * JAMES 
A. CARTE, South Charleston; Phi Delta Theta. 



Sixth Row: 

JAMES S. CARTER, Bluefield; Phi Delta Theta • SAMUEL P. CARTER, 
JR., Montcoal; Arnold Air Society; Sigma Nu • A. BLAINE CASALI, 
110 Lewis St., Beckley: Helvetia: Scabbard & Blade; Sigma Tau Sigma; 
A.I.C.E.; Freshman Guide; Phi Sigma Kappa. 



Seventh Row: 

HAROLD O. CASALI, 110 Lewis St., Beckley; Arnold Air Society, 
Recorder; Helvetia, Secretary; College Leadership Committee; Co- 
ordinator, National Awareness; Civil Defense Committee; Student 
Legislature, Parliamentarian; Greater VV'est Virginia Weekend Steering 
Committee; Freshman Guide; Mountaineer Weekend Committee; 
Treasurer, Phi Sigma Kappa "MICHAEL K. CASEY, Wheeling; Beta 
Theta Pi • CHARLES O. CASTO, 1900 Washington Ave., Parkersburg; 
Sigma Chi. 



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SENIORS 



First Row: 

ROBERT P. CAUGHEY, Bo« 218, Berrackville; Sigma Chi • JOHN W. 
CAVENDISH, Box 142, Ralnelie; Helvetia; American Pharmaceutical 
Association: Vice-President, Kappa Psl, Pharmaceutical Fraternity: 
Pershing Rifles • J. DAVID CECIL, 731 Abney St., St. Albans; Phi Sigma 
Kappa. 



Second Row: 

DALE R. CHADDOCK, 1520 4th. St., Moundsvllle; I.A.S • DONNA 
J. CHAMBERS, Elizabeth; Dolphin: Ll-Toon-Awa; President, Theta Sigma 
Phi; WUS Steering Committee; Co-Society Editor of Daily Athenaeum, 
Kappa Tau Alpha: Kappa Delta. • NANCY K. CHAPMAN, 504 N. 
Main St., New Martinsville; P.E. Maiors Club. 



Third Row: 

DELBERT L. CHRISTOPHER, Rt. 2, Box 413, Unlontown, Pa.; Forestry 
Club: Tau Kappa Epsllon • JOAN B. CLARK, II Woodslde Dr., Fair- 
mont; Spirlteers, Dolphin; Elections Committee: Newman Club; Public 
Relations Committee; Chi Omega • NANCY CLARKE, Wheeling: 
Dolphin; Psl Chi; Pi Delta Phi; Y.V^.C.A.; Kappa Delta. 



Fourth Row: 

THOMAS J. CLAYTON, 1517 Monroe Ave., Napt^^na, N.J.; President, 
Alpha Kappa Phi; Phi Alpha Theta • JOHN C. CLOVIS. Blacksville, 
Box 183; Kappa Sigma * FREDERICK J. COFFMAN, 503 Miller Ave.. 
Hinton; Student Intramural Committee: Public Relations; Greater W. 
Va. Weekend; Athletic Manager; Tau Kappa Epsllon. 



Fifth Row: 

NANCY L. COFFMAN, 117 State St., Keyser; Home Economics Club: 
Lutheran Student Assoc. * MARLIN P. COKER, 701 RIdgeway Ave., 
Morgantown; Varsity Soccer; P.E. Club; Varsity Club; Sigma Delta Psl 
• CAROLE D. COLLINS, Box 13, PInevllle. 



Sixth Row: 

NINA M. COMFORT, 53 Garard Ave., Unlontown, Pa.; Newman Club: 
S N E.A.; Delta Delta Delta • MARY E. CONAWAY, 5 West End Dr.. 
Fairmont; Mu Phi Epsllon, Secretary; Spokes; Student Legislature; 
Coordinator Transfer Orientation; Freshman Guide; President and 
Song Leader, Chi Omega • DAVID M. CONKLE, 912 Rlvervlew Dr., 
Morgantown; Alpha Epsllon Delta; Fl Bater Cappar; Sigma Tau Sigma; 
VIce-Chairman of Student Party; Helvetia; Sigma Nu. 



Seventh Row: 

VELMA A. CONLEY, Crescent Rd., Spencer; Spokes, Treasurer: AWS 
Program Board; AFROTC Sponsor; Treasurer, PI Beta Phi • BARBARA 
L. COOK, 401 Highland Ave., Mullens; Student Body Vice-President; 
Mortar Board; Spokes: Chimes; Ll-Toon-Awa: Sophomore Class Vice- 
President; University Choir: ROTC Sponsor; Mountaineer Week Team; 
Delta Gamma * JOHN F. COOK, 121 Goodrich Ave., Syracuse, N.Y.: 
Forestry Club; Phi Delta Theta. 




SENIORS 



First Row: 

ARTHUR R. COREY. 324 Mam Street, Mt. Hope; Men's Hall. Vice- 
President; Homecoming Committee; Mountaineer Weekend Steering 
Committee; Elections Committee; President's Council; Leadership 
Conderence; Daily Athenaeum, News Editor, Editorial Assistant, Editor- 
in-Chief; MONTICOLA Secretary • RICHARD H. CORNELIA, 813 Mt. 
DeChantal Rd., Wheeling; Phi Lambda Upsilon. Secretary; Sigma Tau 
Sigma, President; Student Leadership Conference; Mountaineer Weel: 
Team; Homecoming Weekend; Delta Tau Delta • JACK R. CRANK. 
Hendersen; A.T.A.; Varsily Club; Delta Tau Delta. 



Second Row: 

JOHN R. CRESSWELL, 215 Hillcrest Ave.. Morgantown; Pershing Rifles; 
Lambda Chi Alpha * JOHN W. CRISS. 423 Monticello Ave., Clarks- 
burg; Sphinx; Interfraternity Council; Blue Key; President, Phi Kappa 
Sioma • ROBERT L CRISS, 421 Monticello Ave., Clarksburg; Alpha Phi 
Alpha Sphinx; Elue Key; Lambda Chi Alpha. 



Third Row: 

JOHN W. CRITES, II Marion St., Buckhannoi 
Alpha • CHRISTINE E. CRONLUND, Philippi; 
CUMBERLEDG^, New Milton; Kappa Phi; Alpha 



; Alpha Zeta; Kappa 
S.N.E.A • LINDA L. 
Delta Theta. 



Fourth Row: 

WILLIAM D. CUNNINGHAM, Mahone; Alpha Gamma Rho • FRANK 
CUOMO, JR., Box 204, Follansbee; Alpha Pi Mu; American Institute 
of Industrial Engineers; Interfraternity Council; Alpha Phi Delta * 
WARREN N. CURRENT. 314 Wilson St., Fairmont; Alpha Zeta; Forestry 

Club; Pi Kappa Alpha. 



Fifth Row: 

ELEANOR L. CURRY, Andrews Ave., Wildwood, N.J.; Dolphin; Physical 
Education Majors Club; Arnold Hall, Chairman; Woman's Hall, Presi- 
dent • JOHN R. CURRY. 42 Island Ave., Buckhannon; Sigma Tau Sigma; 
Sigma Pi Sigma; Sigma Nu * RICHARD T. D'AGOSTINO, 160 Oak St., 
Weirton; Newman Club; Alpha Phi Delta. 



Sixth Row: 

BARBARA L. DAILEY, Great Cacapon; Phi Upsilon Omicron, Editor; 
Omicrcn Nu; Young Republican Club; Home Economics Club; President, 
Gamma Phi Beta • RICHARD L. DAILEY, Charlestown; Beta ". heta Pi • 
JOHN R. DANNENBERG, Arjngton, Mass.; Beta Theta Pi. 



Seventh Row: 

ELSIE L. DARRAH, Rt. I, Spruce Hill, Gettysburg, Pa.; Outing Club, 
Secretary • CAROLYN A. DAVIS, 1533 20th St., Parkersburg; Associate 
Member of American Speech and Hearing Association * EDITH E. 
DAVIS: 308 Riverside Drive, South Charleston; 4-H M.E.N.C; S.N.E.A. 



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Firit Row: 

SARAH E. DAVIS. 311 Leona Court. Fairmont: S.N.E.A. • WILLIAIvl I. 
DAVIS, CamdenOn-Gauley; Phi Sigma Kappa • JOHN C. DAY, 
Hundred: Tau Beta PI: Omega Chi Upsilon; Sigma Tau Sigma; Delta 

Tau Delta. 



Second Row: 

DELORES B. DeMARY, Box 267, Enterprise: Lambda Kappa Sigma, 
President, Secretary, Historian: American Pharmaceutical Association, 
Secretary-Treasurer: Freshman and Junior Class Representative, Student 
News Correspondent: University 4-H Club; 4-H All Stars: Newman 
Club • CARLO M. DEMETRIO, Box 142, Elbert; Sphinx; Theta Chi • 
IvIARY B. DETIBAUGH, 951 Main Street, Barboursviile; Chi Omega. 



Third Row: 

DEE ANNA DePUE, 109 Water Street, Spencer; Dolphin Swimming 
Honorary: University Wind Symphony Choir; Y.W.C.A.; Opera Theater 
• CHARLOTTE C. DEUVALL, 51 1 Gilbert, Follansbee: Alpha Delta PI * 
EDWARD R. DeVOGE, 412 Maryland Ave., Nutter Fort; Kappa Alpha. 



Fourth Row: 

WILLIAM A. DICK, 619 Main Street, Charleston; Fi Batar Cappar; 
Chaplain's Council, President; Alpha Kappa Psi; Student Body Treasurer, 
Phi Kappa PsI • ROBERT H. DICKINSON, 1510 Oak Forest Road, Oak 
Hill; Helvetia, A.I.E.E., Phi Kappa Psl • CHARLES F. DINGFELDER. 
4634 Emblem Ave., Pittsburgh 27, Pa.; Lambda Chi Alpha. 



Fifth Row: 

JOHN A. DIXON, Alexandria. Va.; PI Kappa Alpha • LARRY W. 
DOOLEY, 332 East Sixth St., Belle: I.A.S. * JOHN B. DORSEY, Beckley; 
Phi Delta Theta. 



Sixth Row: 

JENNA L. DOSS, 468 Kanawha Avenue, Madison; Home Economics 
Club; Kappa Phi; Y.W.C.A.: Cosmopolitan Club; Foreign Student 
Guide; 4-H Club • HOWARD Z. DOUBLE, JR., 206 Grant Avenue, 
Morgantown; Student Legislature; Forestry Club; Alpha Gamma Rho 
• FREDERICK L. DUDDING, 6561 Roosevelt Ave.. Charleston; Alpha 
Kappa Psl, Vice-President; Alpha Phi Omega; Student Government Dis- 
count Committee Chairman; Freshman Guide; Student Government 
Public Relations Committee; Mountainlair Decorations Committee: 
President, Phi Delta Theta. 



Seventh Row: 

JOHN D. DUNCAN, 213 West Tenth Street, Parkersburg; Delta Tau 
Delta • PAMELA K. DUNCAN. 17 Wilson Ave., Morgantown: Mortar 
Board; Spokes: A.W.S. Judiciary Board; President, Delta Gamma * 
FREDERICK A. DUNHAM, 792 Verdun, Clarksburg: Phi Sigma Kappa. 




SENIORS 



First Row: 

MARGUERITE EASLEY. V.A. Hospital, Clarksburg; YWCA; S.N.E.A.; 
University Concert Band; Cosmopolitan Club; Foreign Student Guide; 
Delta Delta Delta * BARBARA A. EBERLY, Schafer's Lane, Browntield, 
Pa,; Foreign Student Guide; Cosmopolitan Club; S.N,E.A.; Golddiggors 
Sub-Committee; Greater West Virginia Weekend Hostess; President, 
Kappa Delta • A. JAMES ELLIS, JR., 218 Tenth St., Princeton; IFC, 
Honor Court, Vice-President; Philosophical Society; Vice-President, Tau 
Kappa Epsilon. 



Second Row: 

BONNIE K. ELLIS, il5 Center St., Madison; Mortar Board; C.E.C.; 
International Awareness Steering Committee; Phi Alpha Theta; Wesley 
Foundation, Worship Chairman; YWCA, Senior Cabinet; Kappa Delta * 
GARLAND L. ELLIS, II 30! Ninth St., Glendale; Sigma Tau Sigma; 
Sigma Theta Epsilon; Scabbard & Blade • JOHN H. ELLYSON, 422 
Grand St., Morgantown; Phi Kappa Psi. 



Third Row: 

ELIZABETH R. EUBANK, 4608 Spring Hill Ave., South Charleston; 
S.N.E.A. • SHARON S. EVANS, 707 Pike St., Parkersburg; Panhellenic; 
Delta Gamma * THEODORE EVANS, Paw Paw; Tau Kappa Epsilon. 



Fourth Row: 

GUY O. FARMER, Walnut St., Hamlin; Co-ordinator State Basketball 
Tournament; Mountaineer Weekend Steering Committee; Student Dis- 
count Committee; Political Science Honorary; Parade Sub-Committee, 
Homecoming; Freshman Guide; Student Legislature; Student Leader- 
ship Conference; Phi Sigma Kappa » MICHAEL C. FARMER, Spencer; 
Phi Kappa Psi * THOMAS B. FEAGANS, Hlllsboro; Sigma Nu. 



Fifth Row: 

CAROL A. FERRETT, 163 W. Pike, Clarksburg; Newman Club; Lambda 
Kappa Sigma, Treasurer • JACKIE FERVIER, Wellsberg; Alpha Delta 
Pi • PHOEBE FISHER, Moorefield; Spokes, President; Li-Toon-Awa; 
Co-ordinator, High School Leadership Conference; Theta Sigma Phi; 
Freshman Guide; Editor, Kappa Delta. 



Sixth Row: 

PEGGY J. FITZGERALD, 800 Isabella Rd., Connellsville, Pa.; S.N.E.A.; 
Newman Club; Freshman Projects Committee; R.C.C.; Delta Delta 
Delta • FRANCES A. FITZWATER, 739 Maple Ave., New Martinsville; 
Home Ec. Club; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Art Society, Treasurer; Foreign 
Student Guide; Young Republicans; Recording Secretary. Gamma Phi 
Beta • DORIS E. FOX, 105 Lincoln Ave.. Charlerol, Pa.; MENC; Sigma 
Tau Sigma; Mu Phi Epsilon; University Choir; Opera Workshop; Song 
Leader, Gamma Phi Beta. 



Seventh Row: 

NANCY J. FOX, Seneca, Pa.; Mu Phi Epsilon; LI-Toon-Awa; Chimes; 
Lutheran Student Association; University Choir; Kappa Kappa Gamma 
• C. FRANK FRAME, 1903 Crescent Rd., Charleston; Student Legisla- 
ture; Greater West Virginia Weekend Steering Committee; Transfer 
Orientation Steering Committee; Phi Kappa Psi • JAMES I. FRIDLEY, 
717 Elk St., Gassaway; Forestry Club; KMA; IFC; Secretary, Phi Delta 
Theta. 



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Firjt Row: 

LEON E. FRIEND, II. 700 Rldgeway Ave., Morgan^own: Phi Delta Thela 
• WAYNE H. FORTNEY, 833 Ridqeway Ave., Morqantown; Phi Delta 
Theta • MARY P. FULL, 201 I Foley Ave.. Parkersburq: University Players; 
Alpha Psi Omeqa: Mounlainlair; Pi Beta Phi. 



Second Row: 

.<AREN S. FURNER, Wolf Summit; Kappa Phi • ROGER C. GALLO- 
WAY, 3820 Noyes, Charleston; Mountain; Sphinx; Alpha Psl Omega, 
President; Leqislature; University Players; Freshman Guide; Mountaineer 
Week Team, Captain Public Relations Committee; Leadership Confer- 
ence; Younq Republicans; Pi Kappa Alpha * RONALD D. GARDNER. 



18 Falrview Avenue, High Bridge, N.J. 



Third Row: 

THOMAS W. GARGES, Dawes; Sigma Chi * DIETER GARRETT, 2020 
Roxalana Road, Dunbar; Physical Education Majors Club; Varsity Club, 
Vice-President; Sigma Delta Psi, President; Football, Track, Captain; 
Sigma Phi Epsllon • JACOB W. GATRELL, 209 Porter Avenue, Martins- 
burg; Fl Batar Cappar; Scabbard and Blade; Beta Theta Pi. 



Fourth Row: 

BOBBY J. GETZ, Route 2, Grafton; S.N.E.A.; Lambda Chi Alpha * 
DAVID P. GIANETTINO. Route 3, Clarksburg; A.S.C.E.; Varsity Club; 
Gymnastics Team • MARY K. GIBONEY, 1709 Wehrle Drive, Wllllams- 
vllle, N.Y.; A.W.S., President; Student Court; Panhellenlc Representative; 
Mortar Board; Alpha Phi. 



Fifth Row: 

LAURA K. GIST, Route I, Wellsburg; University Varsity and Concert 
Band • JOHN L. GIULIANI, Route I, Reedsville: A.S.M.E.; Veterans 
Club • FELIX O. GLOVER. 1406 South Ave., Princeton; Alpha Phi 
Omega; University Band; A.I.E.E. 



Sixth Row: 

JAMES R. GLOVER, Metz; Pershing Rifles; Scabbard & Blade; A.S.C.E. 
• JOHN D. GNEGY, P.O. Box 127, Oakland, Md.; Pi Kacoa Alpha * 
RONALD E. GODBY, Beckley; Phi Delta Theta. 



Seventh Row: 

EDWIN F. GOFF. 224 Fifth Ave., South Charleston; Eta Kappa Nu; 
A.I.E.E.: Kappa Alpha • R. DAVID GOODE, Griffithsvllle; Daily 
Athenaeum, Business Manager; Press Club; Lambda Chi Alpha * 
ROBERT M. GORNALL, Cumberland, Md.; Phi Sigma Kappa. 




SENIORS 



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First Row: 

KAREN E. GOSS, 116 N. lOth St., Wheeling: Mortar Board: Chimes: 
A.W.S., R.C.C. Chairman: Newman Club, Vice-President: Foreign Stu- 
dent Guide Co-ordinator: Pi Delta Phi, President: MONTICOLA Classes 
Editor: WUS: International Awareness Steering Commission: Treasurer, 
Secretary, Alpha Phi • MARVIN B. GOULD. Route I, Box 58, Bridgeport: 
Alpha Pi Mu: Sphinx: Tau Beta Pi » ROBERT W. GRAVES, 404 Green- 
brier Ave., Ronceverte: Fi Batar Cappar: Kappa Psi: A.P.A.; Phi Sigma 
Kappa. 



Second Row: 

RUTti A. GRIMES. 124 Seneca Dr., Clarksburg: S.N.E.A., R.O.T.C. 
Sponsor: High School Leadership Committee; Kappa Kappa Gamma * 
JACK C. GRIMM, 794 Verdun St., Clarksburg: Secretary. Fi Batar 
Cappar: Sphinx: Mountain: Phi Alpha Theta: Student Legislature: Delta 
Tau Delta • JOEL L. GROVES. Canvas: Sphinx: Sigma Pi Sigma; W.V.U-. 
Amateur Radio Club: Math Club; Russian Club; 4-H Club; Sigma Tau 
Sigma. 



Third Row: 

JOYCE E. GRUBER, Rt. 2, Akeley, Pa.; Women's Physical Education 
Club • MARILYN L. GRUMET, 3653 Lindberg Way, Weirton; Mortar 
Board, Treasurer: Kappa Delta Pi, Secretary: International Awareness 
Steering Committee: Cosmopolitan Club; Foreign Student Guide: 
Freshman Guide • WILLIAM T. GUIHER. 5981 Library Rd., Bethel Park. 
Pa.; Alpha Gamma Rho. 



Fourth Row: 

MARY K. GUY, 127 Lincoua Ave., Morgantown; Alpha Delta Theta, 
President; Newman Club • J. RICHARD HADEN, JR., 305 Rotary St., 
Morgantown; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Kappa Psi • LEWIS J. HAINES, Rt. I, 
Box 135, Worthington; Air Force Drill Team; Advanced AFROTC; Arnold 
Air Society; A.I.E.E. 



Fifth Row: 

LAV/RENCE W. HALL, JR., 606 Sixth St., Fairmont; Arnold Air Society; 
Order of the Grail; Delta Tau Delta * JUDITH A. HAMRIC, Arnolds- 
burg Rd., Spencer * JOSEPH L. HAMRICK, 608 Tomlinson Ave., Glen- 
dale; Young Democrats; Kappa Alpha. 



Sixth Row: 

KEITH E. HARBERT, 1014 N. Walker St., Princeton; 4-H Club; Agriclub: 
Block & Bridle: Alpha Gamma Rho • BEVERLY B. HARRIS, Taylor Ave., 
Elkins; Y.W.C.A., Senior Cabinet; S.N.E.A.; Alpha Xi Delta ' MAR- 
GARET H. HARRIS, 99 Kingwood St., Morgantown; Alpha Xi Delta. 



Seventh Row: 

RICHARD L. HARRISON, Dunbar; Sigma Phi Epsilon • ROBERT H 
HARRIS, Fairview; Sphinx; Tau Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon; Student Legislature 
A.S.C.E.; Foreign Student Guide; Mountaineer Week Team; Helvetia 
Cosmopolitan Club; Sigma Tau Sigma; State Awareness Commission 
Sigma Theta Epsilon • WILLIAM H. HARRIS 318 N. Eighth St. 
McAllen, Texas. 



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First Row: 

RICHARD D. HASH. 23 Norwood Rd., Charleston; Fl Botar Cappar; 
Phi Kappa Psl • WILLIAM D. HASLAM, Bo« 671, Mount Hope; Homo- 
coming Weeliend Steering Committee: Freshman Guide: Finance Com- 
mittee: Mountaineer Week Team; Mast Dedication, Chairman; Beta 
Theta PI • LENA E. HASSELBACH. Asklm. Sweden; Theta Sigma Phi; 
International Awareness Committee; Cosmopolitan Club; Alpha Phi. 



Second Row: 

VIRGINIA A. HAWKER. Box 65, Shinnston; S.N.E.A. • MARGOT R. 
HEADLEY. 271 Lebanon Ave.. Pittsburgh 28, Pa.; Panhellenic Council. 
Treasurer; Y.W.C.A.; Alpha Delta Pi * G. DON HEATH. 4907 Virginia 
Ave.. Charleston; Alpha Kappa Psl, Treasurer; Phi Sigma Kappa. 



Third Row: 

GENE E. HEETER, 400 Maple Dr.. Wlndber, Pa.; Delta Tau Delta • 
RICHARD W. HEID. 5107 Leiand Dr.. Washington. D. C: Newman 
Club; Forestry Club: PI Kappa Alpha * LEONARD G. HELDRETH, Rt. 2. 
Box 62. Shinnston; Pi Kappa Alpha. 



Fourth Row: 

FLORENCE E. HENKLE. 310 Maryland Ave., Beckley: Y.W.C.A.; 
Mountalnialr; Greater West Virginia Weekend; Alpha Delta Pi * 
RODGER D. HENNEKE. 539 Vlckroy Ave.. Johnstown. Pa.; Physical 
Education Majors Club; Gymnastics; Theta Chi " HOWARD D. HENS- 
LEY. Mullens: Delta Tau Delta. 



Fifth Row: 

ROBERT E. HENZMANN. JR., 307 21st St. S.E.. Charleston; Mountain- 
eer Weekend Steering Committee: Greater West Virginia Weekend. 
Host; Centennial Committee: Sigma Chi • JUDITH L. HERCULES. 
1742 Wyoming Ave.. East Liverpool. O.; Cosmopolitan Club; Y.W.C.A. 
• GLORIA J. HERSTINE. 465 Wlnsley St., Morgantown; Beta Alpha 
Psl: Kappa Phi. 



Sixth Row: 

PATSY G. HESEN. 725 South Hills Dr.. Morgantown; Mortar Board: 
Chimes; Golddlggers Steering Committee; Greek Week Committee: 
Freshman Guide; Sigma Tau Sigma: Kappa Kappa Gamma * FRANCES 
C. HESS. 506 High St., Clarksburg; A.W.S. Program Board; Little Ken- 
tucky Derby Committee; Dorm Treasurer; High School Leadership 
Committee: Kappa Delta • JERRY M. HESS, Mannlngton; Phi Delta 
Theta. 



Seventh Row: 

RICHARD L HESS. Rt. 3. Box 58. Clarksburg: Sphinx: Alpha Phi Omega; 
Y.M.C.A. • BRUCE HILL, Danville; Sigma Nu * MARY E. HILL, 204 
McKlnley Ave., Charleston; Pi Beta Phi. 



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First Row: 

SUSAN M. HOBBS, 2841 S. Staunton Rd., Huntington; Alpha Deita 
Theta; Young Republicans; Gamma Phi Beta * LUNADA L. HOLLAND, 
Seneca Road, Elkins; ROTC Sponsor: Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl; 
YWCA Junior Cabinet; Mountain State Forest Festival Princess; Alpha 
Xi Delta • JENNY K. HOLLANDSWORTH, 1501 Enslow Blvd., Hunting- 
ton; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



Second Row: 

CAROLYN J. HOLPE, Box 102, Filbert; Golddiggers Weekend Sub- 
committee; Greater West Virginia Weekend Sub-committee; High 
School Leadership Committee; Kappa Delta • WAYNE E. HOOPER. 
Rt. I, Hebron: FFA, Vice-President; Alpha Tau Alpha, President • 
RICHARD L. HOWARD, 2412 Kanawha Blvd. E.. Charleston; Beta 
Theta Pi. 



Third Row: 

PARIS C. HUDNALL, Rand; Sigma Phi Epsilon * KAY HUFFMAN, 16 
Park St., Buckhannon; University Theatre: Alpha Psi Omega: Pi Beta Phi • 
J h/IARILYN HUGHES, 712 Highland Ave.. Princeton; University Cham- 
ber Choir; Golddiggers Weekend, Student Party Poster Committee; 
Corresponding Secretary, Song Leader, Kappa Delta. 



Fourth Row: 

MARTHA S. HUNTER, 3700 Washington Ave., Charleston; Dolphin; 
AWS Program Board; Chi Omega • WARREN A. HUTCHINSON, 
2305 Washington St., Bluefield; Mountaineer Week Team; IAS; Phi Delta 
Theta • CATHERINE S. lAQUINTA. Clarksburg; SNEA; Newman Club; 
Art Society. 



Fifth Row: 

KATHRYN M. lAQUINTA, 1107 N. 19th St., Clarksburg; S.N.E.A.; 
Newman Club • LINDA R. INMAN, 198 E. Clark St., East Palestine, 
Ohio: Alpha Sigma Tau • JON E. IRBY, 4496 Eighth Rd., Huntington: 
4-H Club; Centennial Committee: Young Republicans; MONTICOLA 
Secretary. 



Sixth Row: 

JUDITH A. JAMES, 1402 Overlook Dr., Weirton; Mountainlair; Physical 
Education Majors Club: Mountaineer Weekend; Golddiggers Weekend; 
Alpha Delta Pi • CHRISTOPHER M. JARRETT, Charleston; Sigma Chi 
• EUGENE L. JARRETT, 2317 Washington Ave., St. Albans: A.I.C.E., 
Phi Lambda Upsilon; Omega Chi Epsilon. 



Seventh Row: 

JERRY W. JEFFERS, Charleston; High School Leadership Steering 
Committee; Phi Kappa Psi • ANN JOHNSON, 1117 Stadium Dr., 
Parkersburg; Homecoming Queen, 1962; Kappa Kappa Gamma * 
DAVID C. JOHNSON, 4202 Japonica Lane, Charleston; Greek Week 
Committee; Sigma Chi. 




SENIORS 



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First Row; 

H. EMIL JOHNSON, SR., 6100 Meade St., McKeesporf, Pa.: Tau Beta 
Pi: Phi Lambda Upsiion: Mountain: Scabbard & Blade, President: 
Freshman Guide: Life Week Steering Committee: Greater West Virginia 
Steering Committee: Delta Tau Delta • ARTHUR A. JONES, 215 Third 
St., Spencer: Junior Class President: Debate Team: Homecoming Steer- 
ing Committee: Helvetia; Sphinx of Blue Key; Mountain: Freshman 
Orientation, Chairman: Kappa Sigma * CALLIE JONES, 411 Philadel- 
phia Ave,, Bridgeport: Nev/man Club, S.N.E.A. 



Second Row: 

HERMAN D. JONES, Nitro: Sigma Chi • MICHAEL C. JONES. 
Charleston: Phi Kappa Psi • THOMAS J. JONES, Bridgeport: Phi Delta 
Theta. 



Third Row: 

WILLIAM A. JONES, 144 Cleveland Rd., Weirton; Alpha Phi Omega; 
IPC: Freshman Guides: WUS; Transfer Orientation Steering Committee: 
Scabbard & Blade; Advanced Army ROTO, Assistant Brigade Com- 
mander; Distinguished Military Student; Leadership Conference: Political 
Representative, Pi Kappa Alpha • BARBARA A. JUDY, Circlevllle; 
Cosmopolitan Club; Home Ec. Club; Phi Upsiion Omicron; Omicron Nu: 
Wesley Foundation; Student Assistant of Arnold Hall • ROBERT P. 
KALIVODA, Niagara Falls, N.Y.: Tau Kappa Epsilon. 



Fourth Row: 

ROBERT D. KARR, Clendenin; Phi Delta Theta • PETER R. KAZNOSKY, 
48 Hillside Ave., South River, N.J.; Kappa Alpha • WILLIAM D. KEE. 
JR., Hambleton; A.S.C.E. 



Fifth Row: 

PHILIP C. KELLER, 3920 Washington Ave. S.E., Charleston; Phi Sigma 
Kappa • ROBERT W. KENDALL, 23 Hough A^idltion, Mennington; 
A.S.C.E.: Phi Delta Theta • MICHAEL S. KEPL!:;SER, 311 Liberty St., 
Martlnsburg: IFC; Advanced ROTO, Social Chairman; Scabbard & 
Blade: Mountaineer Week Team; Phi Delta Theta. 



Sixth Row: 

DOUGLAS A. KERSEY, 1605 W. Dupont Ave., Belle; Varsity Club; 
Sigma Delta Psi; Track: Cross Country; P.E. Majors Club: Sigma Phi 
Epsilon • ROBERT S. KESSELMAN, 1427 Stanley Terrace. Hillside, N.J.; 
Track Team; Mountainlalr; Phi Sigma Delta * MARGARET A. KES- 
SINGER, 109 Beckley Ave., Beckley; Cavalettes, Alpha Epsilon Delta; 
Sigma Tau Sigma; Cosmopolitan Club; YWCA. 



Seventh Row: 

JANE P. KIMBLE, Maysville; Home Ec. Club; S.N.E.A.: Young Demo- 
crats Club, Secretary; Phi Upsiion Omicron • GEORGE W. KING, 
Omaha, Neb.; Alpha Zeta: Xi Sigma Pi; Alpha Gamma Rho • WILLIAM 
L. KING, Blacksville; Industrial Arts Club, President; S.N.E.A.; A.I.A.S., 
Art Club. 




SENIORS 



First Row: WILLIAM R. KNISKA, 1207 Philippi Pilce, Clarksburg; Alpha 

Phi Delta • ROBERT B. KOONTZ. Cameron; Thela Chi • DOROTHY 
M. KOVAL, Box 5, Granville; Newman Club; Women's Physical Educa- 
tion Club. 



Second Row: 

WILLIAM A. KRANTZ, 310 D St., Middlesex, N.J.; American Phar- 
maceutical Association, Vice-President; Young Democrats Club; Kappa 
Psi; Foreign Students Guide; Newman Club; Cosmopolitan Club; Social 
Chairman. Kappa Alpha ' MICHAEL A. KRUTILLA, Weirton; Lambda 
Chi Alpha • BONNIEGAIL KUCAN, 3905 Collins Way, Weirton: 
Russian Club; Newman Club; Mountainlair; American Institute of Physics; 



Third Row: 

RICHARD E. LALANCE, Burgess Dr., College Hill; Fi Batar Cappar; 
Beta Theta Pi ' AMANDA L. LAMBERT, 201 River Ave., Parsons; West- 
minster Foundation: Young Republicans Club; S.N.E.A. • WARDNEY D. 
LANDACRE, Walnut St., Richwood; Veterans Club, Vice-President; 
Phi Kappa Sigma. 



Fourth Row: 

LEONARD LANDAU. 33 Atterbury Ave., Trenton, N.J.; A.S.M.E.; Hillel 
Foundation; Phi Sigma Delta * NORMAN D. LANE, 244 Berkeley Rd., 
Glenside. Pa.; Pi Kappa Alpha • JOHN R. LANG, JR., 1803 20th St., 
Parlcersburg; Eta Kappa Nu; A.I.E.E.E. 



Fifth Row: 

JON C. LANKFORD, 63 W. Main St., Richwood; Advanced AFROTC; 
Theta Chi • MARIANN K. LANTZ, Philippi; Home Ec. Club; S.N.E.A.; 
Youno Democrats Club • JAMES H. LAUGHLIN, 1107 West Ave^ 
Charleston; IFC; YMCA, President; Greek Week Steering Committee; 
Meet the Greeks, Editor; Life Week Steering Committee; Alpha Phi 
Omega; Pi Kappa Alpha. 



Sixth Row: 

DAVID C. LAWSON, Terra Alta • ROBERT L. LAYMAN, 417 Riverview 
Ave,. Fairmont; A.I.C.E. * SANDRA L. LECKIE, 947 Rldgemont Rd.. 
Charleston; AFROTC sponsor; Queens Committee; Chi Omega. 



Seventh Row: 

MARY H. LEGG, Fola; Mountaineer Week Team * WILLIAM B. LEIT- 
HEAD, JR. 227 E. Main St., Titusville, Pa.; Alpha Kappa Psi; President, 
Sioma Chi • ROBERT L. LETZELTER, 60 Pleasant Dr., Wheeling; Arnold 
Ail Society; Advanced AFROTC; Kappa Alpha. 



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First Row: 

KEMP LITTLEPAGE. 126 Enqlish Rd., Pt. Pleasanf; Spokes: Chimes: 
MONTICOLA Art Editor: Vice-President. Chi Omeqo • ELIZABETH A. 
LLEWELLYN. 927 Nichols Dr.. Laurel, Md. • BERNARD J. LONG. Fort 
A^hby: Delta Tau Delta. 



Second Row: 

JAMES H. LORD, Grafton; Siqma Nu * CHARLES M. LOVE. III. 
Charleston; Beta Theta Pi * ANNA B. LOZZELL, Morqantown; Alpha 

Dolta Theta. 



Third Row: 

JOHN T. LUCAS, Shepherdstown; Xi Siqma Pi; Alpha Zeta: Forestry 
Cli'b; Kappa Sigma * JOHN G. LUKE. III. Morqantown; Phi Kappa 
Siqma * JOHN A. McBANE, Charleston; Beta Theta Pi. 



Fourth Row: 

MICHAEL B. McCarthy, 1027 Ann Sf., Partersburg; Fi Batar Cappar; 
Phi Sigma Kappa * GUY R. McCLUNG. Lew'sburq; Beta Theta Pi • 
H. JUHLING McCLUNG, Hartford: Mountain; Fi Eatar Cappar; Alpha 
Eta Delta: Senior Class President: Philosophical Society; Student Legis- 
lature: Mountaineer Week Team; Vice-President, Siqma Chi. 



Fifth Row: 

M'CHAEL E. McCORMICK, 728 D ew St.. St. Albans: Fi Batar Cappar; 
Freshman Guide: Elections Committee: Student Discount Committee; 
Student Leadership Conference; Homecoming Weekend Committee: 
Mountaineer Weekend Committe; Phi Sigma Kappa * JERRY J. Mc- 
COY, 1342 Avery St., Parkersburg; Alpha Kappa Psi; Finance Commit- 
tee. Treasurer. Siqma Chi • RAYMOND L. McCUTCHEON, Summers- 
vil^e; Tau Kappa Epsilon. 



Sixth Row: 

POBiIRT G. McDANlCL. Clarksburg: Pi Kappa Alpha • NAN K. Mc- 
FV/EN, 946 Ridgemont Rd., Charleston; Orcheils; AFROTC Sponsor: 
Alpha Xi Delta • CAROL S. McKINNEY, 612 Highland Ave.. Mullens; 
Dalta Gamma. 



Seventh Row: 

DAVID C. MCLAUGHLIN. Elkins; Siqma Chi • EDWARD H. McMIL- 
I ION 221 Main, Summersville; Phi Kappa Psi • ROBERT B. McNEILL. 
Pomney; Siqma Tau Sigma; Mountaineer Week Team; Pi Kappa Alph,5. 



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First Row: 

HUGH M. McPHAIN, Park View, Grafton; Lambda Chi Alpha • DAVID 
L. McQUAID, Rt. 7, Box 304, Fairmont; Lambda Chi Alpha * STEPHEN 
D. McV/HORTER, 134 Pleasant St., Apt. 2, Morgantown; High School 
Leadership Conference; Phi Kappa Psi. 



Second Row: 

SANDRA L. MACE, Court St., Elizabeth * PAUL M'. MADZIN, 415 
Vv'ashigton Ave., Clarksburg; Sigma Chi • LAWRENCE E. MAISEL, 
Martinsburg; Kappa Sigma. 



Third Row: 

SUE J. MAISEL, 1303 First Ave.. Nitro; Alpha Delta Theta; Alpha Xi 
Delta • DONNA L. MAMULA, 134 Greenlawn Blvd., Weirton; Home- 
coming Steering Committee; State Awareness Steering Committee; 
Mountainlair Decorating Committee; Golddiggers Committee; YVi'CA 
Senior Cabinet; Secretary, Kappa Delta • H. RICHARD MARSHALL, 
JR., 4319 Staunton Ave., Charleston; Phi Kappa Psi. 



Fourth Row: 

MICHAEL T. MARSHALL. 801 E. Mais St., Oak Hill; A.I.I.E; Phi Kappa 
Psi • THOMAS A. MARSHALL, 606 Milford St., Clarksburg; Phi Sigma 
Kappa • BRENDA L. MARTIN, 1526 Fifth St., Moundsville; Mortar 
Board; AWS Judiciary Board; Chimes, President; President, Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. 



Fifth Row: 

J. FRED MARTIN, 43 Lockwood PI., Fair Haven, N.J.; Soccer Team; 
Phi Sigma Kappa • KATHERINE E. MARTIN, 110 Lakeview Dr., Wash- 
ington, Pa.; Home Ec. Club; Newman Club; Pi Beta Phi • KATHERINE 
I. MARTIN, MOW. Hudson Ave., Dalton, Ohio; Alpha Xi Delta. 



Sixth Row: 

RUTH A. MARTIN, 215 Fairview Ave.. Clarksburg; Varsity Cheerleader, 
Captain; Varsity Club; Delta Gamma • JAMES A. MATTHEWS, 3950 
Palisades Dr., Weirton; IFC; Phi Kappa Psi • J. STEPHEN MAX, 3502 
Virginia Ave., Charleston; Hillel; Sphinx of Blue Key; IFC; Honor Court; 
Phi Sigma Delta. 



Seventh Row: 

CAROLYN A. MENTZER, 2405 Harrison Ave., Parkersburg; State Aware- 
ness Steering Committee; Greek Week Steering Committee; Foreign 
Student Guide; Cosmopolitan Club; Second Vice-President, Chaplain, 
Alpha Phi • TERRY L. MEREDITH, 224 Roosevelt Ave., Benwood; Var- 
sity Rifle Team; Advanced ROTC; ROTC Rifle Team; Mountaineer 
Rifle Club: Sigma Delta Psi; Spiriteers; Recreation Majors Club; Var- 
sity Club; Delta Tau Delta • DAVE MESSINGER, 401 Elk St., Gassaway; 
State Awareness Committee; Phi Kappa Psi. 



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First Row: 

P/»TRICIA A. MEYER, 202 Queen St.. Beckley; Pi Delta Phi; Sigma Tau 
Siqma: Foreign Student Guide; Pi Beta Phi • JOSEPH E. K^ICHAEL, 
Nitro; Phi Delta Theta * DANIEL E. MICHEL. Morgantown; Phi Kappa 
PsI. 



Second Row: 

JOHN R. MILLER, 3053 Pennsylvania Ave., Weirton; S.N.E.A.; New- 
man Club; Art Assistant * CLARENCE R. MILLS. Shepherdstown; Phi 
Delta Theta * ROBERT W. MINNEY, Rt. 4, Box 383, Parkersburg; Per- 
shing Rifles; IFC; Greater W.Va. Weekend Host; S.N.E.A.; Waiter; Rifle 
Team; Social Chairman. Lambda Chi Alpha. 



Third Row: 

LEWIS E. MITCHELL. JR., 833 Monongalia Ave., Morgantown; Phi 
Sigma Kappa • WILLIAM R. MITCHELL, 1926 E. 30th St., Baltimore, 
Md.; Newman Club; Young Republicans Club; Pi Kappa Alpha * 
P.AULINE A. MILTENBERGER, Rt. I, Ridgeley; Physical Education 
Majors Club. 



Fourth Row: 

EDWARD A. MONINGER, Rt. 3, Bridgeport; Theta Chi • V. GAIL 
MONTGOMERY, Box 54, Lewlsburg; Dolphin, President; Philosophical 
Society, Secretary: Second Vice-President, Delta Gamma * STANLEY 
R. MOODY, Box 334, Hopwood, Pa.; Theta Chi. 



Fifth Row: 

PHILIP D. MOONEY, Montcoal; Sigma Nu * MARY B. MORGAN, 230 
Ashby Ave., Charleston; Pi Delta Phi; Greater West Virginia Weekend 
Steering Committee; Transfer Student Guide; Mountaineer Week 
Team; Chi Omega • CAROLYN L. MORRIS, 3610 Staunton Ave., 
Charleston; Sigma Tau Sigma; Alpha Xi Delta. 



Sixth Row: 

JOSEPH L. MORRIS, 901 Fairfax Dr., Morgantown; Alpha Epsilon Delta, 
President; Freshman Guide; Phi Kappa Psi • JACK L. MORRONE, 
Grant Town; Marketing Club; Sigma Chi * C. TERRY MORROW, 700 
N. High, Morgantown; Engineering Council; Elections Committee; 
A.S.A.E.; IFC; Sigma Chi. 



Seventh Row: 

JIM M. MOSS, Huntington; Phi Sigma Kappa * SANDRA J. MOWREY, 
Glen Ferris; Li-Toon-Awa; Spokes; International Awareness Committee; 
ROTC Sponsor; AWS Judiciary Board; Leadership Conference; Delta 
Gamma • ROBERT W. MULL, JR., 2309 Liberty St., Parkersburg; Beta 
Alpha Psi; Alpha Kappa Psi; Veterans Club. 



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First Row: 

JOYCE R. MUMMA, 1865 Martha Rd., Barboursvllle; 4-H Club; Home 
Ec. Club • GEORGIA C. MUCEY, Sara Drive, Washington, Pa.; Phi 
Upsilon Omicron; Onnicron Nu; Siqma Tau Sigma; II Circolo Italiano; 
Newman Club • MARY J. MULHOLLAND, I I 10 Summit Dr., St. 
Albaris; Mortar Board, Editor; Co-ordinator, Life Week; Co-ordinator 
Foreign Student Guides; MONTICOLA; Mountainlair Publicity; Greater 
West Virginia Weekend Steering Committee; International Awareness 
Steering Committee; Cosmopolitan Club; Pi Delta Phi; Sigma Tau 
Sigma, Secretary; Spring Spree Committee; Homecoming Committee; 
President, Alpha Phi. 



Second Row: 

BARBARA I. MUMMART, 530 Welty St., Greensburg, Pa.; Leadership 
Conference; Co-ordinator Transfer Orientation; Freshman Guide; MON- 
TICOLA Copy Editor; Mountaineer Weekend Steering Committee; 
Spring Spree Weekend Steering Committee; Mountainlair. Secretary, 
Vice-President; Mortar Board, Secretary; Miss Mountaineer; Treasurer, 
Chi Omega * KAY B. MUNCHMEYER, Washington; PI Sigma Alpha; 
Phi Alpha Theta • ALMA J. MUNCY, laeger; University Theatre; 
S.N.E.A. 



Third Row: 

DONALD L. MYERS, Box 445, Charles Town; Phi Delta Theta * HARRY 
E. MYERS, Box 9114. Spring Hill; Philosophical Society, Treasurer; 
Political Representative, Social Chairman, Sigma Chi • VVILLIAM D. 
MYERS, 169 Dutch Road, Charleston; Forestry Club; Kappa Sigma. 



Fourth Row: 

JOHN L. NEEDY, 630 Merwln Ave., Louisville 17, Ky.; Alpha Zeta; 
Society of American Foresters; Forestry Club » HARRY A. NELSON. 
Rt. 4-28, Cabins; Arnold Air Society; Institute of Aero-Space Sciences; 
University Marching Band • RONALD A. NEMCOSKY, 443 Junior 
Ave., Morgatown. 



Fifth Row: 

FRED R. NERZ, 13 Greenbrier Ave., White Sulphur Springs; A.S.M.E.; 
Pi Tau Siqma; Fi Batar Cappar; Soccer Team; President, Phi Sigma 
Kappa • SUE NEUENSCHWANDER, Sistersvllle; PI Beta Phi * WIL- 
LIAM D. NICKLES, JR., 1217 College Park, Fairmont; IFC, Secretary; 
Transfer Orientation Steering Committee; Greater West Virginia Week- 
end Steering Committee; Greek Week Steering Committee; Beta 
Theta Pi. 



Sixth Row: 

ALBERT A. NOE, 145 Thorn St., Clarksburg; Sigma Delta Chi; Young 
Democrats Club; Newman Club; Dally Athenaeum, Sports Editor; Kappa 
Alpha • STEPHEN NORCROSS, 907 Charlotte PL, Charleston; Method- 
ist Student Movement, State President; University Choir; Philosophical 
Society; Sigma Chi • CONNIE J. NULL, 161 Circle Drive, Weirton; 
Alpha Delta Theta; 4-H; YWCA; Gamma Phi Beta. 



Seventh Row: 

LAMBUTH L. NUTTER, 516 E. Main, White Sulphur Springs • LESLIE 
D. NUTTER, 516 E. Main, White Sulphur Springs • SANDRA E. OCH, 
2 Pleasant View Ave., Wheeling; Cavalettes; Queen Elections Board. 




SENIORS 



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Firs* Row: 

ANTHONY J. OLIVERIO. Stony Rd.. Fairmont; Newman Club • JEAN 
A. OILER. 103 Holllswood Rd., Lyndon, Ky.; P.R.A.; Properties Com- 
mittee for "Arsenic and Old Lace" • WILLIAM N. O'NEIL. 407 Rouno 
Ave., Clarksburg; Russian Circle Club. President; S.N.E.A.; Secretary. 
Phi Siqma Kappa. 



Second Row: 

TERRY B. C. OPP, 1317 Peacock La., Fairmont; Spiriteers; Delta Teu 
Delta • LEWIS E. OSBORN. JR.. Gassaway • MARTHA L. OSTER- 
WISE Columbia Ave., Ballston Spa, N.Y.; Cavalettes; Marketing Club. 



Third Row: 

M. JOANNE OWEN, 199 Circle Dr.. Fairmont; Mountaineer Week 
Team; Republican Club; Newman Club; Pledge Trainer, Alpha Phi 
• HAROLD E, PALM, Levittown, Pa.; Lambda Chi Alpha • DALE E. 
PALMER, 405 Forest Ave.. Morgantown; Phi Kappa Sigma. 



Fourth Row: 

LOUIS C. PALMER, 405 Forest Ave., Morgantown; Phi Kappa Sigma 
• JOHN A. PANTUSO, St. Albans; Beta Theta Pi * SUSAN PARKER, 
IS Glen White: MONTICOLA Publicity Editor; Art Society, Historian, 
President; S.N.E.A. 



Fifth Row: 

ROBERT C. PARKS, Greenland • EDGAR PAUL, JR., Louisville. Ken- 
lucky; Alpha Zeta, Chancellor; Arnold Air Society • PAMELA E. PAUL, 
Weirton; YWCA Senior Cabinet; Student Party Secretary; Mountaineer 
Weekend Steering Committee; Homecoming Weekend; Kappa Delta. 



Sixth Row: 

HELEN V. PAULL, 1606 Pleasant Ave., Wellsburg; Home Ec. Club; 
AFROTC Sponsor; Social Chairman. Alpha Phi • DAVID R. PAULSEN. 
450 Haverhill Rd., Pittsburgh, Pa.; Arnold Air Society; AFROTC; Sigma 
Nu • JAMES L. PAYNE, 4817 Kentucky St.. South Charleston; Fi Batar 
Cappar; Phi Sigma Kappa. 



Seventh Row: 

CHARLES S. PEARCY. III. Pony Acres, Hurricane; Sigma Chi • LINDA 
1. PEARSON, Box 294-B, Rt. I, Parkersburg; S.N.E.A. • WILLIAM S. 
PENN. Ill, Box 409. Btuefield; Marketing Club; Theta Chi. 




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First Row: 

LILLIAN M. PERCIVAL. I Devon Rd., Morgantown; Mu Phi Epsilon; 
Alpha Xi Delta • JOSEPH PERFETTI, 208 N. 15th St., Weirton; Italian 
Club, IFC; Treasurer, Tau Kappa Epsilon * HELEN K. PETERS, 3315 
Spruce St., Parkersburg; YWCA, Senior Cabinet; S.N.E.A.; Pi Delta 
Phi, President. 



Second Row: 

T. GARY PETRELLA, 2310 Main St., Wellsburg; Sigma Nu * JACK P. 
PETTIT, 194 Maple Ave., Oak Hill; A.S.C.E.; Pi Kappa Alpha • ROBERT 
G. PEYTON, Wheeling; Phi Kappa Psi. 



Third Row: 

FREDERICK T. PHALIN, Miami; Arnold Air Society; Psi Chi; Philo- 
sophical Society; Newman Club; Kappa Alpha • JANET B. PHILLIPPI, 
Rt. 1, Cameron; Omicron Nu; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Home Ec. Club; 
State Awareness Commission; Student Legislature; Alpha Phi • PETER 
G PHILLIPS, Trldelphia; Lambda Chi Alpha. 



Fourth Row; 

JULIA L. PITSENBERGER, Huntersville; Home Ec. Club; Treasurer, 
Delta Gamma • LARRY J. PIZZINO, 228 Henson Ave., South Charles- 
ton; Kappa Alpha • EUGENE R. PODESZWA, 1123 Barone Dr., Weir- 
ton; Newman Club; S.N.E.A.; Homecoming Committee; Mountaineer 
Week Committee; Spiriteers; Kappa Sigma. 



Fifth Row: 

RUSSELL L. POLING, JR., 364 S. Main St., Keyser; Veterans Club; 
A S.C.E. • PATRICIA L. POLIS, Fairfax St., Fairmont; WVU Professional 
Recreation Society • RICHARD W. POMRENKE, 240 Gardlver Ave., 
Weirton; Track; Chaplains Council, President; Pi Kappa Alpha. 



Sixth Row: 

MARTHA A. POST, 802 Stewart St., Morgantown; Mountainlair Displays 
Chairman; YWCA Junior and Senior Cabinets; Mountaineer Weekend 
Steering Committee; Spring Spree Steering Committee; West Virginia 
Federation of Collegiate Student Governments Committee; Recording 
Secretary, Alpha Delta PI • E. LYNN POSTLETHWAIT, 539 Martin Ave., 
New Martinsville, Kappa Sigma * NANCY C. PYLES, Rt. 2, Keyser; 
4 H Club; Home Ec. Club; Young Democrats Club. 



Seventh Row: 

JANET R. QUEEN, 117 Foley St., Bridgeport; Phi Upsilon Omicron; 
RCC; Kappa Kappa Gamma • MARY QUEEN, 2 S. Water St., Keyser; 
Li-Toon-Awa; MONTICOLA Events Editor; Greater West Virginia 
Weekend Committee; Delta Gamma • PATRICIA A. RADCLIFFE, Box 
35, Whltesville; YWCA, Home Ec. Club. 



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First Row: 

NED H. RAGLAND, JR., 604 Woodlawn Ave., Beckley: Fi Batar Cappar; 

Varsity Club; Tennis Team, Capta;n; Sigma Nu * DAVID R. RAINES, 

246 LeMoyne Ave., Pittsburgh 28, Pa; Pershing Rifles: Scabbard & Blade; 

Lambda Chi Alpha * RICHARD C. RAWE, New Martinsville; Phi Delta 

Theta 



Second Row: 

CHARLES A. REA, 117 N. Third St., Paden City; Varsity Cross Country, 
Captain: Varsity Track; Beta Alpha Psi; Varsity Club; Pi Kappa Alpha 
• DAVID F. REED, 3510 Trindle Rd., Camp Hill, Pa.; MONTICOLA, 
Copy Editor; Spirlteers: Student Marketing Club; Veterans Club; Fi 
Eatar Cappar; Homecoming Steering Committee; Spring Spree Week- 
end: Alpha Kappa Psi; Elections Committee; Delta Tau Delta ' 
CHARLES W. RERISFORD; Alpha Sigma Phi. 



Third Row: 

BILL B. REYNOLDS, Rt. 3, Clarksburg; Alpha Zeta; Block & Bridle; 
Agriclub; Alpha Gamma Rho • GREGORY K. RHODES, Bridgeport • 
ALEXANDER L. RICE, 402 Wilkes St., Berkeley Springs; Homecoming 
Comrrlttee; Spring Spree Weekend; Varisty Club; Swimming Team; 
Spirlteers; Delta Tau Delta. 



Fourth Row: 

PEGGY RICHMOND, 121 Granville Ave., Beckley; Chimes: AWS Pro- 
gram Board Chairman; Orchesis; Mortar Board: MONTICOLA Beauties 
Editor; Chi Omega * DOROTHY V. RICHNAFSKY, Republic, Pa.; 
WENC, University Band; Choral Union • LYNNE E. RIDENOUR, Box 
206. Coalwood; S.N.E.A.; Young Republicans, Secretary; Delta Delta 
Delta. 



Fifth Row: 

ROBERT F. RIDER, Box 97, Hatcher; Mountaineer Marching Band; 
Sigma Nu * WILLIAM H. RIDINGS, Hillcrest, Fairmont; Sigma Tau 
Sigma; Alpha Zeta, Alpha Gamma Rho • WILLIAM J. RITTER. I 19 Ida 
Dr , Glenshaw, Pa.; Delta Tau Delta. 



Sixth Row: 

MICHAEL L. ROBERTS, 909 College Ave., Morgantown; Phi Mu Alpha 
• PENNY ROBERTS, 3729 Brigh^way, Weirton; Panhellenic; Home- 
coming Queen Candidate; MONTICOLA staff; ROTC Sponsor; Winnie 
the Pcoh Club, President; Gamma Phi Beta • ARTHUR C. ROBINSON, 
E200 Willowood Dr., Cincinnati, Ohio; Scabbard & Blade; A.S.C.E.; 
Sigma Chi. 



Seventh Row: 

RICHARD C. ROCKENSTEIN, 227 Park Blvd., Clarksburg; Tau Beta Pi; 
Sphinx; A.I.C.E., President; Omega Chi Epsilon, Vice-President; Hel- 
vetia; Freshman Guide * ROBERTS A. ROGERSON, Moundsvllle; Phi 
Delta Theta • HERMAN D. ROLLINS, JR., Charleston; Beta Theta Pi. 




SENIORS 



First Row: 

C. EUGENE RONCO, 207 Union St., Uniontown, Pa.; Sphinx of Blue 
Key; Alpha Sigma Phi • JERRY L ROSENTHAL. 400 Princeton Ave.. 
Bluefield; Student Government Public Relations Committee; Mountain- 
lair; University Social Committee; IFC; Leadership Conference; Phi 
Sigma Delta * BETSY ROSS, 22 Central Ave., Buckhannon; AFROTC 
Sponsor; Greater West Virginia Weekend Steering Committee; Junior 
Class Vice-President; YWCA; Chi Omega. 



Second Row: 

S.ANDY L. ROSS, Maywood Ave., Clendenin; Mountainlair, Social 
Chairman; Mountaineer Weekend Steering Committee; Freshman Guide; 
AFROTC Sponsor; Runner-up for Homecoming Queen; Greater West 
Virginia Weekend Hostess; Golddlggers Committee; Physical Educa- 
tions Majors Club; President, Alpha Delta PI * SUZANNE I. ROUSE, 
216 Houston Dr., Morgantown; YWCA, S.N.E.A.; Kappa Delta * L. 
DENNIS ROWAN, Gap Mills; Alpha Zeta; Helvetia; Alpha Gamma 
Rho. 



Third Row: 

ANTONIO J. ROZZO, Box 205, Hopwood, Pa.; Russian Circle Club; 
Rifle Club; Pershing Rifles; Mountaineer Weekend Committee; IFC; 
Greek Week Committee; Chaplain, Tau Kappa Epsilon * JAMES S. 
RUCKER, Falling Rock; Freshman Guide; Freshman Orientation Steer- 
ing Committee; Scabbard & Blade; Military Ball Steering Committee; 
Advanced ROTC; A.C.S.; Phi Delta Theta • VIRGINIA A. RUDOLPH, 
Rt. 3, Coudersport, Pa.; Kappa Phi. 



Fourth Row: 

RUSSELL E. RUTAN, JR.. 
RYAN, 238 Grant St.. Cla 
Washington St., Lewlsburg; 



MOO Taylor St.. Clarksburg • PENELOPE 
ksburg • RICHARD S. SANDIGE, 519 E. 
University Ham Radio Club; A.I.E.E. 



Fifth Row: 

TONY V. SANTORO, 214 Owings St., Welrton; Newman Club: Tau 
Kappa Epsilon * JOSEPH G. SASEEN, Wheeling; Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Rt. I. Box 93, Colliers; Chi Epsilon; 



• JAMES W. SAUNDERS, JR., 
Tau Beta Pi. 



Sixth Ro« 



CATHERINE SCHLEUSS, Martinsburg; Recording Secretary. Delta 
Gamma • JOHN E. SCHMIDT, 47 Frazier Ave., Wheeling; Cadet 
Colonel AFROTC; Arnold Air Society; Phi Delta Theta » FRANK W. 
SCHNEIDER, 1229 Linwood Ave., Columbus, Ohio; Mountain; Fl Batar 
Cappar; Football Team; Delta Tau Delta 



Seventh Row; 

STEPHEN F. SEAMAN. 406 Fltzhugh St., Ravenswood; Young Demo- 
crats Club; Kappa Alpha • E. THOMAS SEAMON, Wheeling; Delta 
Tau Delta * JULIANNE SEIFRIED, 308 Western Ave.. Pittsburgh, Pa.: 
Dolphin; ROTC Sponsor; RCC Council: Public Relations Committee: 
S.N.E.A. 



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First Row: 

DAVID L. SELBY, 816 Rldqewoy Avo., Morgantown; Phi Sigma Kappa 
• CHARLES E. SEMENSCHIN. 2326 Grand Ave., Bronx 68. N.Y.; 
Sphinx; Physical Education Majors Club; Sigma Phi Epsllon • GENE F. 
SENTZ, 515 Temple St., Hinton; Forestry Club, Chief Forester; Xi Sigma 
Pi: Alpha Zeta; Baptist Fellowship. 



Second Row: 

STANLEY H SERGENT, JR., 812 Sherwood Rd.. Charleston; Splrlteers; 
Student Legislature; Chaplain's Council; WUS: President, Kappa Sigma 
• CHARLES W. SHAFER. JR., Bancroft • LESLIE M. SHEARER. 189 
E. Lincoln Ave., Columbus. Ohio; Pi Kappa Alpha. 



Third Row: 

CHARLES A. SHEETS, Green BanV; Sphinx of Blue Key; Mountaineer 
Week Team; Student Legislature; Block & Bridal; Aqriclub; Alpha 
Gamma Rho * HUGH P. SHEPPARD. Rt. 2, Palestine; Rifle Club; 
Varsity Club • GORDON J. SHERMAN. 4908 Kanawha Ave., Charles- 
ton; Hillel; Mountainlair Committee; Marketing Club; Secretary, Phi 
Siqma Delta. 



Fourth Row: 

JAMES T. SHOAFF, IS Union Sguare, New York, N.Y.; Lambda Chi 

Alpha • VVILLIAM K. SOUTH, JoHarry Drive, Fairmont; A.S.M.E., 

Secretary; Wesley Foundation Methodist Men; Sigma Chi * RICHARD 

C. SHUMAKER, 421 Card Ave.. Wllmerdlng, Pa.; IFC; Tau Kappa 

Epsilon. 



Fifth Row: 

LINDA R SHUMATE, Box 206. Gauley Bridge; Dolphin; ROTC Spon- 
sor; Treasurer, Alpha Xi Delta • CLINTON F. SHURTLIFFE, JR, 432 W. 
Main, Ravenna, Ohio; Alpha Zeta; Xi Sigma Pi; Kappa Sigma • RICH- 
ARD H. SIBLEY, 2146 21st St., Nltro; Sigma Tau Sigma; Cultural Com- 
mittee; Delta Tau Delta. 



Sixth Row: 

HAVEY SIMMONS, III. Charleston; Phi Kappa Psi • RICHARD P. 
SIMMONS, JR., 639 Capitol St., Elkins; Alpha Phi Omega; Pershing 
Rifles; Scabbard & Blade: Pi Kappa Alpha • LARRY L. SKEEN. Syca- 
more Rd., Ripley; Honor Court. Secretary; Young Democrats Club. 
President; Off-Campus Housing, Chairman; Pi Sigma Alpha; Kappa 
Alpha. 



Seventh Row: 

JOHN C. SKINNER, JR., Charles Town; Fi Batar Cappar; Mountain: 
Sphinx of Blue Key; Sigma Tau Sigma; Varsity Club; Varsity Football; 
Freshman Guide; Life vi^eek Steering Committee; Mountaineer Week 
Team: Political Representative. Sigma Chi * JURIS SKUJINS. Ron- 
ceverte: Kappa Alpha • GEORGE L. SLEDGE, Welch; Alpha Psi 
Omega; National Dramatics Honorary: University Theatre. 




SENIORS 



First Row: 

CAROLYN A. SMITH, 1325 Summit Dr., Charleston; S.N.E.A., YWCA; 
Home Ec. Club: Mountainlair Decoratons Committee; Delta Delta 
Delta • JAMES C. SMITH, 910 Short Ave, Fairmont; Scabbard & 
Blade; A.C.S. * KAY A. SMITH, 4809 Virginia Ave., Charleston; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. 



Second Row: 

RICHARD W. SMITH, Renick • SANDI J. SMITH, 610 Fifth Ave., Mont- 
gomery; Dolphins; Mountaineer Weekend Steering Committee; Moun- 
tainlair Program Council; President, Pi Beta Phi • SANDRA F. SMITH, 
t04 Grant Ave., Enterprise; Alpha Delta Theta; Kappa Phi. 



Third Row: 

WILLIAM W SMITH, 18 Preston Ave., Trenton 8, N.J. • JAMES E. 
SMYTHE, Rt. 3, Clarksburg; Society tor Advancement of Management 
• JOHN R. SNODERLY, 106 Amos St., Fairmont; I.A.S., Treasurer. 



Fourth Row: 

PATRICIA A. SNURBORN, lOS Wabash Ave., Fairmont; Kappa Phi 
• HAROLD J. SNYDER, JR., 4013 Noyes Ave., Charleston; Chi Epsilon; 
A.S.C.E. • HAYWARD A. SNYDER, 215 McDowel St., Clarksburg; Phi 
Sioma Kappa. 



Fifth Row: 

ROBERT K. SNYDER, I I 1 1/2 Main Ave. Weston; University Band • 
WANDA S. SNYDER, 1258 College Ave., Moundsville • KENT M. SOLE, 
Weirton; Phi Kappa Sigma. 



Sixth Row: 

MICHAEL E. SOULSBY, St. Albans; Phi Sigma Kappa • THOMAS 
H. SPARKS, 43 Oriental Ave., Pennsville, N.J.; Society for Advancement 
of Management, President; Marketing Club; Newman Club • ELBERT 
L. SPENCER, Rt. I, Box 309, Elkview; Alpha Tau Alpha; FFA, Secretary. 



Seventh Row: 

ALICE W. SPOERL, 1820 Bedford St., Cumberland, Md.; Associate 
Member of American Speech and Hearing Association; YWCA, Senior 
Cabinet. • JOHN E. STEALEY, III, 798 Verdun St., Clarksburg; Fi Ba- 
tai Cappar; Student Legislature, Speaker; Homecoming Steering Com- 
mittee; Freshman Guide; Phi Kappa Sigma • NANCY L STEPHEN, 
650 W. Piedmont St., Keyser; S.N.E.A. 



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First Row: 

MARGARET M. STILWELL, 810 Stewart St.. Morqantown; Chi Omega 
• BARNEY C. STINNET, Rt. I, Bdx 99A. Oak Hill; A.S.C.E.: Baptist 
Student Fellowship • ROBERT B. STOUT. Parkersburg; Sigma Chi. 



Second Row: 

WILLIAM C. STOUT, Welrton; Tau Kappa Epsilon • JERRY K. STRAUB. 
3506 Brandon Rd., Huntington; Sigma Nu * SAM A. STRICKLAND, 
Summervllle; Tau Kappa Epsilon. 



Third Row: 

JOHN H. STRONG, Box 256, Williamson; Fi Batar Cappar; Phi Sigma 
Kappa • JAMES D. STUCK. 512 Highland Ave., South Charleston; 
A.I.Ch.E.; Vice-President, Phi Sigma Kappa * JERRY R. STURM, Bel- 
ington; Phi Kappa Psi. 



Fourth Row: 

BEVERLEY A. SULLIVAN, 2415 Washington St., Charleston; Mortar 
Board' Chimes; Li-Toon-Awa; Mountainlair, Secretary. Displays Board; 
Greek Week Steering Committee; Senior Class Vice-President; Greater 
West Virginia Weekend Steering Committee: High School Leadership 
Steering Commiftee; Golddiggers Steering Committee; Chaplain, 
Delta Delta Delta • DANNA C. SWAN. 220 High Street, Huntigton; 
Cosmopolitan Club; Foreign Student Guide; Pi Delta Phi; Baptist Stu- 
dent Fellowship; Mountaineer Week Team; National Awareness * LINDA 
I.. SWIGER. Box 291. Wllsonburq; Ll-Toon-Awa, Treasurer; Mortar 
Board; Kappa Delta Pi. President; MONTICOLA Queen; Freshman 
Guide; Homecoming Committee; Recording Secretary. Alpha Xl Delta. 



Fifth Row: 

PAUL W. SWIGER. 10 Main St.. Mannlngton; Pi Kappa Alpha • RICH- 
ARD E. TALBOTT, 1599 Quarrler St.. Charleston; Debate Society; Presi- 
dent, Social Chairman, Sigma Chi • LINDA H. TAYLOR. Box 117, Mate- 
wan; Panhellenlc; Forest Festival Princess Home Ec. Club; Young Demo- 
crats Club; AWS Smarty Party Committee; Kappa Delta. 



Sixth Row: 

ROBERT E. TAYLOR, I 18 State Ave., Terra Alta; Kappa Alpha • WIL- 
LIAM C. TAYLOR. Petersburg; Block & Bridle Club; Alpha Gamma 
Rho • PATRICIA A. TERRILL, 100 Mandan Rd., Clarksburg; S.N.E.A.; 
Kappa Delta Pi. Vice-President; Lutheran Student Association; C.E.C.; 
Keppa Delta. 



Seventh Row: 

WILLIS G. TETRICK, III, Bridgeport; Sigma Chi • CAROLE A. THAL- 
MAN. 107 Alice Ave.. Wheeling; Freshman Guide; Panhellenlc Coun- 
cil, Vice-President; Greek Week Steering Committee; Coordinator 
Greek Leadership Conference; Alpha XI Delta * TERRY L THISTLE- 
THWAITE, 101 View Dr., Wellsburg; Mountaineer Week Team; Young 
Republicans Club; President, Kappa Alpha. 



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First Row: 

J. HENRY THOMAS, 137 Hoffman Ave., Morgantown; Tau Kappa Ep- 
silon • JERRY B. THOMAS, Box 446. Pinevllle; Phi Alpha Theta; Pi Sigma 
Gamma • ROSA L. THOMAS, Pickens; Cavalettes. 



Second Row: 

MARILYN K. THOMPSON, Oak Hill; Kappa Kappa Gamma * SUE E. 
THOMPSON. 1006 Sunset Dr., Fairmont; Alpha Phi • LAURA V. TIB- 

BFTTS, 56 W. Fairview St., Piedmont; Majors Club; Young Democrats. 



Third Row: 

A. GLENN TOMS. II. I Johnson St., Salem. N.J.; Mountainlair, Presi- 
dent; Russian Circle Club; Men's Pan, Chairman; Kappa Sigma • BON- 
NIE M. TOMS, Rt. 3, Proctor; Mountainlair Program Council; Moun- 
taineer Weekend Steering; Pi Beta Phi • PEGGY S. TREADWAY, 
Whitesville. 



Fourth Row: 

BETH A. TUCKER. Dunbar • RALPH W. TUTTLE, Rt. I, Proctor; Insti- 
1u*e of Radio Engineers; Disciple Student Fellowship • MARY A. 
ULCh, 1208 Market St.. Parkersburg; Pi Delta Phi; S.N.E.A.; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. 



Fifth Row: 

SUE ANN VAIL, 36 E. Thistle Drive, New Martinsville, Physical Educa- 
tion Majors Club: RCC; Freshman Projects Committee; Gamma Phi 
Beta • SANDRA W, VANMETRE, 306 Church St., Lewisburg; Phi Up- 
silon Omicron; Delta Delta Delta • DAVID R. VAUGHN, Yolyn; YMCA. 
Disciples Student Fellowship, President; A.S.C.E.; Pi Kappa Alpha. 



Sixth Row: 

DENNIS E. VELCAMP. 192 Broad St., Keyport, N.J.; A.I. I.E. • DAVID 
A. VELEGOL, Box 235, Colliers; A.S.M.E.; Alpha Phi Delta * CAROLYN 
L. VEST. 16 Outlook Rd.. Fairmont; MONTICOLA Executive Secretary; 
First Attendant to Homecoming Queen; ROTC Sponsor; Chi Omega. 



Seventh Row: 

CHARLES M. VEST. 417 Elm St., Morgantowr 
par; Sphinx; Tau Beta PI; Pi Tau Sigma; Phi 
VILLERS, 1823 Kanawha Terrace, St. Albans 
Cairo; IAS. 



; Mountain; Fi Batar Cap- 
Kappa Psi • NANCY A. 

• DAVID W. VINCENT, 




SENIORS 



First Row: 

ANN C. vonPECHY. Box 626, Loqan; Kappa Phi; YWCA; S.N.E.A. • 
SUSAN J. WAGNER. 1252 College Park, Fairmont: YWCA. Junior 
Cabinet; Greater West Virginia Weekend Steering Connmlttee: Kappa 
Kappa Gamma • MARGO E. WALKER, Box 887, Gary; Cosmopolitan 
Club. 



Second Row: 

MARSHAL WALLS, 308 Green St., Morgantown; Sigma Chi • WIL- 
IIAM R. WALTER, 15691/2 Lee St., Charleston; IFC, President; Moun- 
tain; Co-ordinator of Greek Week; Men's Pan, Chairman Greater West 
Virginia Weekend Steering Committee; Vice-President Kappa Alpha 
• CONNIE J. WARE, Rt. 2, Box G-21, Webster Springs; Cavalettes: 
SN.E.A. 



Third Row: 

BOYD L. WARNER. Clarksburg; Beta Theta Pi * CHARLES B. WAT- 
KINS, 225 Highland Ave., Oak Hill; Fl Batar Cappar; Phi Kappa Psi 
• JOSEPH WEBB, 509 Grant Ave., Cumberland, Md.; Order of the 
Grail; Newman Club. 



Fourth Row: 

ROBERT K. WEBB, Slstersville; Tau Beta PI; Phi Eta Sigma; A.I.Ch.E,, 
Vice-President Student Chapter • FREDERICK J. WEIHL, 344 E. Sev- 
enth St., Weston; Pi Kappa Alpha • S. ROBERT WEISSMAN, 18 
Edgwood St., Wheeling; A.S.C.E.; Hillel; Phi Sigma Delta. 



Fifth Row: 

REBECCA K. WELLS, Rt. I, Wheeling; Home Ec. Club; 4-H Club • 
MARIAN E. WEST, 715 Braxton St., Gassaway; ROTC Sponsor; House 
President, Delta Gamma * MARY A. WEST, 1035 Llnd St., Wheeling; 
Spokes; Panhellenic, President; AFROTC Sponsor; Freshman Guide: 
Student Leadership Conference; Pi Beta Phi. 



Sixth Row: 

FRANK H. WHEELER. 9622 Maplewood Est., Scott Depot; Sphinx; Tau 
Beta PI; Phi Lambda Upsilon; Omega Chi Epsllon; Foreign Student 
Guide: Sigma Tau Sigma; A.I.Ch.E.; Mountaineer Week Team; Student 
Legislature. Treasurer: Mr. Cool; Sigma Alpha Epsllon * THOMAS R. 
WHELAN, 225 First St., Weston Beta Theta Pi • GEORGIA B. WHIP- 
KEY, 1270 Spring Valley Dr., Huntington: AWC Program Board: S.N.E.A.; 
Golddlggers Weekend Decorations; YWCA; Delta Delta Delta. 



Seventh Row: 

CAROLYN S. WHITE. 1104 Taylor St., Clarksburg: Panhellenic; Public 
Relations Committee, Treasurer; Delta Delta Delta * HOWARD W. 
WHITE, JR., 320 Stealey Ave., Clarksburg; Phi Kappa Psi • JOHN P. 
WHITE, Chapmanvllle: Spiriteers Steering Committee; Homecoming 
Steering Committee: Freshman Guide; Fl Batar Cappar; Delta Tau 
Delta. 



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First Row: 

BROOKS L. WHITLOCK, Leivasy; FFA • STEPHEN G. WILBOURN. 
2^10 Dourmont. Morqantown: Phi Kappa Psi • ANTHONY L. WILDT, 
1218 24th St., Parkersburq; Newman Club: S.N.E.A. 



Second Row: 

DANIEL L. WILKING, 4321 Wells, Welrton; Sphinx: Alpha Pi Mu 
Sigma Nu * BARBARA A. WILLIAMS, 2690 Burlingame; Detroit. Mich. 
Home Ec. Club * DORTHA L. WILLIAMS, Rt. I, Tunnelton: S.N.E.A. 
Wesley Foundation. 



Third Row: 

EVAN L. WILLIAMS, South Charleston: Kappa Sigma * LEONARD J. 
WILLIAMS, Creek Road, Hockessin, Del.: Veterans Club; Newman 
Club • PEGGY S. WILLIAMS, 212 Jennings St., Beckley. 



Fourth Row: 

SUSAN E. WILLIAMS, Grafton: YWCA, President: WUS. Co-ordina- 
tor: Student Legislature; Life Week Steering Committee; Leadership 
Conference Steering Committee; Home Ec. Club; Freshman Guide 
• BARBARA J. WILSON, 1297 Fairlawns Ave., Morqantown; Wesley 
Foundation: Kappa Phi; Cavalettes * CAROL W. WILSON. 1248 
Glencairn, Weirton; Mortar Board: Spokes; Greek Week Steering Com- 
mittee: Golddiggers Steering Committee: President, Alpha Xi Delta. 



Fifth Row: 

GEORGE N. WILSON, 199 High St., Kingwood; A.I. I.E.; Sphinx of 
Blue Key; Phi Kappa Sigma * JAMES S. WILSON, Sixth St., Mounds- 
vil'e; Spring Spree Committee: High School Basketball Committee: 
Greater West Virginia Weekend Steering Committee; Leadership Con- 
ference: Mountaineer Week Team; Beta Theta Pi • JUNE A. WILSON, 
612 Union Ave., Morgantown. 



Sixth Row: 

WALTER D. WISLER, Box 336, laeger; Elections Committee; Freshman 
Entertainment Committee; Marketing Club; Arnold Air Society; Spirit- 
eers; Delta Tau Delta • MARDI WOLFORD, 720 Helen Ave., Charles- 
ton: AFROTC Sponsor; Russian Circle Club; Kappa Kappa Gamma 
• GARY P. WOOD, 5705 N. 15th Road, Arlington, Va.; Tau Kappa 
Epsllon. 



Seventh Row: 

SAMUEL E. WOOD, 320 Park Ave., Beckley; Helvetia: Chi Epsilon; 
Life Week Steering Committee: Greater West Virginia Steering Com- 
mittee: A.S.C.E.; Scabbard and Blade; Sigma Nu • CLARENCE H. 
WOODFORD, II, Rt. 5, Box 308, Morgantown: IEEE • JON L. WOOD- 
FORD, I 14 Locust Ave., Phillipi; Phi Mu Alpha; MENC. 



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Firsf Row: 

THOMAS C. WOOLWINE. 903 Glenway, South Charleston; Slqma Tau 
Siqma: Eta Tau Delta; Splriteers; Delta Tau Delta • ARVEL B. WYATT, 
392 Virqinia Ave-, Welch; American Pharmaceutical Association * 
KENNETH R. WYKLE. Ronceverte. 



Second Row; 

LAWRENCE J. YEARDLEY, 1047 Laird Ave., Parkersburg; Phi Sigma 
Kippa • JEFFREY M. YOST, Paden City; Phi Kappa Psi • PHYLLIS 
J. YURICK, Wheeling; Alpha Delta Theta, Vice-President; Transfer 
Orientation Guide; Student Leadership Conference. 



Third Row: 

CARL P. ZALATORIS, Davis; Scabbard & Blade; Newman Club; Theta 
Chi • JAMES M. ZAVATSON, Rt. 2, Box 503, Uniontown, Pa.; A.I. I.E. 
• CAROLYN J. ZELLER, 1253 Fairlawns Ave., Morgantown; Li-Toon- 
Awa; Chimes; Alpha Psi Omega; Sigma Tau Sigma; ROTC Sponsor; Stu- 
dent Legislature; International Awareness; Delta Gamma. 



Fourth Row: 

HELEN E. ZICK, Box 175, Gary; Canterbury Club; Home Ec. Club; John 
Brown's Body; Voice Choir; WUS; Social Chairman Terrace Hall; Mar- 
shal, Alpha Phi • KAREN J. ZICKEFOOSE, Rt. I, Box 57, Weirton; Mu 
Phi Epsilon; MENC; Sigma Tau Sigma • PHYLLIS A. ZICKEFOOSE, 
New Haven; YWCA Senior Cabinet. 



Fifth Row: 

JOHN D. ZUBAS, Century; A.I.E.E. Air Force Society • RAMONA L 

POTTER, 105 Wilson St., Berkeley Springs; Mortar Board, President; 
AWS Vice-President; Student Court; Freshman Guide; President's Coun- 
cil: MONTICOLA Administrations Editor; Chimes; Li-Toon-Awa; First 
Vice-President, Gamma Phi Beta * APRIL BEAVERS, Welch; Home Ec. 
Club; Phi Upsilon Omicron; YWCA Senior Cabinet. 



Sivth Row: 

LESTER BEAVERS, Welch • R. FRANK BENSON, Ridgley; Phi Mu Al- 
pha • MICKEY MILLER, Romney; Psi Chi. 



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UNDERGRADUATES 



First Row: 

CHARLES ABRAHAM, Junior; 2124 llth Ave., Huntington. • MUR- 
RAY C. A8RAM5, Junior; 10 Abney Circle, Charleston. • ARNOLD 
H. ABRONS. Freshman; 916 Westover Ave., Norfolk 7 Va. • 
JOHN T. ACH. Junior; Montana. • MAX D. ADAMS, Junior; Eu- 



Second Row: 

ADRIENNE ADAMS, Junior; 731 Danbury Rd., Cincinnati 10, Ohio. 
• FREDERICK RUSSELL ADAMS, Junior; Rt. 2, Keyser. • ROBERT 
O. ADAMSON. Junior; Ft. Seybert. • MARY SUSAN AKERS. Sopho- 
more; Hastings. • MICHAEL A. ALBERT, Junior; 147 Virginia St., 
Wheeling. 



Third Row: 

ROSE M. ALKIRE. Junior; Wiley Ford. • MARGARET A. ALLEN, 
Sophomore; Box 573, Brandenburg. Ky. • SUSAN C. ALLEN, Fresh- 
man; Box 665, Gauley Bridge. • JOHN T. ALLEVATO, Sophomore; 
333 E. Park Ave., Fairmont. • LOWELL E. ALT, Freshman; Petersburg. 



Fourth Row: 




8ETTINA ALTIZER, Sophomore; 304 E. McDoi 


nald .Ave., Logan. • 


KAREN G. AMOS, Sophomore; Box 175, Bedn 


linster, N.J. • JACK 


P. AMBROSIANI, Freshman; 216 Wright Rd., 


Beckley. • ANN L. 


AMICK. Freshman; 1108 Summit Dr.. St. Albans 


. • HELEN C. ANAS, 


Freshman; 3461 Riverview Dr., Weirton. 




Fifth Row: 




DAVID L. ANDERSON, Junior; 22 Jones St., Mo 


rgantown. • G. JEAN 



ANDERSON, Senior; 1016 Summit Dr., Charleston. • HARRY J. 
ANDERSON, JR., Sophomore; 6 Park Rd., Wheeling. '.JAMES G. 
ANDERSON, Sophomore; Rt. 3, Box 71, Elkview. • JANE E. AN- 
DERSON, Junior; 207 South Heber St., Beckley. 



Sixth Row: 

JIM L. ANDERSON, Sophomore; 176 Park Dr.. Pt. Pleasant. • KAREN 
D. ANDERSON. Sophomore; 355 Main St., Spencer. • RICHARD L. 
ANDERSON, Freshman; Rt. I. Washington. • ROSEMARY M. AN- 
DERSON, Freshman; Box 100, Rupert. • W. REID ANDERSON, Junior; 
218 Woods Ave., Oak Hill. 



Seventh Row: 

MALLORY S. ANDREWS, F 

• BRENDA V. ANDREWS. 
CAROL A. ANDY, Freshm 

• MARY LOU ANDY, Fre 
PAT ANGELOS. Sophomor( 



shman; 7609 Glineagles Rd.. Norfolk, Va. 
reshman; 3624 Collins Way, Weirton. • 
n; 645 Duncan Ave., Washington, D.C. 
man; 445 Third St., Washington, Pa. • 
3344 West St., Weirton. 



Eighth Row: 

ALLEN R. APPEL, Freshman; 1805 Maxwell Ave., Parkersburg. • 
THERESA E. ARBOGAST, Sophomore; 23 Ingleside Ave., White Sul- 
phur Springs. • SALLY L. ARMBRUST, Sophomore; Parshall Court, St. 
Clairsvllle, Ohio. • EDWARD S. ARNOTT, JR., Sophomore; 605 S. 
Raleigh St., Martinsburg. • KAREN L. ARTHUR, Sophomore; 3810 
Virginia Ave., Charleston. 



Ninth Row: 

MARK S. ARTHUR, Junior; I 
ARZET, Sophomore; 432 Greei 
ASHLEY, Junior; 2610 26th St., 
man; 313 Clay St., Clarksburg. 
509 Maxwell Hill, Beckley. 



/lain St., Fairchance, Pa. • SUZY K. 

Oak Dr.. Huntington. • CARL D. 

Nitro. • JAMES D. ASHLEY, Fresh- 

• RICHARD M. ASHWORTH, Junior; 



Tenth Row: 

JANET E. ASKEW, Sophomc 

• RICHARD E. ATKINS, Fri 

• JUDITH L. AUER, Sophc 
AVOLI, Sophomore; 3216 Elm 
Freshman; 6229 Memorial Dr. 



re; 116 N. Kincaid Ave., Wilson, N.C. 
shman; 3003 Kanawha Ave., Charleston, 
more; 227 22nd St.. Dunbar. • ENZO 
St., Weirton. • EDWARD F. AYCOCK. 
Houston. Tex. 









UNDERGRADUATES 



Fifil Row: 

JOELLEN AYERSMAN. Freshman; 12 Colombus St., Morgantown. • 
JOHN B. BACHMAN. Junior; 36 Chantal Ave.. Wheeling. • CHARLES 
H. BAILEY. Sophomore: Bo« IDS'*. Logan. • MARCIA L. BAILEY. 
Sophomore; 267 Maxwell Rd.. Latham, NY. • JAMES A. BAKER. 



Jun 



elle 



Second Row: 

JAMES P. BAKER. JR., Sophomore; Greenbrier Hole!, White Sulphur 
Springs. • JOHN N. BAKER, Freshman; Box 715. Morqantown. • W. 
DEAN BAKER, Junior; 210 Poplar Ave.. Moundsvllle. • MATTHEW 
A. BALASIS, Sophomore; Box 117. Kimball. • NANCY C. BALORIOGE, 
Sophomore; 810 Cross Lanes Dr., Nilro. 



Third Row: 

ELIZABETH L. BANE, Freshman; 2564 National Rd., Wheeling. • 
DAVID A. BARB. Sophomore; 305 Center St.. Eillns. • ANDREW R. 
BARKSDALE. Freshman; 509 Monterey Hill, Bluefield. • FREDERICK 
G. BARKUS. Sophomore; 916 Pine Road. Charleston. • LENORA 
R. BARNS, Freshman; Welch. 



Fourth Row: 

BONNIE M. BARON. Sophomore; 151 Scenic Drive. Wclrton. • 
MARLENE B. BARON. Sophomore; 151 Scenic Drive. Welrton. • WIL- 
LIAM P. BARONE. Sophomore; 163 Cherry St.. Punxsutawney. Pa. 

• DANNY O. BARR. Freshman; 107 Hazelwood Ave., Nutter Fort. 

• BARBARA T. BARRETT, Sophomore: Rt. 2. I38A. St. Albans. 



Fifth Row: 

KITTY L. BARTHOLOMEW, Freshman; 80 Lincoln Dr.. Wheeling. 
• STEVEN V. BARTKO. Freshman; Perth Amboy. N.J. • LOU G. 
BARTRAM. Junior; Oak View Heights, Kenova. • SAUNDRA O. BAT- 
SON, Sophomore: AOS Price St., Charleston. • HARRY J. BAHY. JR., 
Freshman; 802E Ross Place. Ridley Park, Pa. 



Sixth Row: 

MARY ANN BAUGHMAN, Sophomore; 918 Hughes Dr.. St. Albans. 
• MOSES L. BEALL, Freshman; 523 South 7th St., Clarksburg. • 
BONNIE K. BEARD, Sophomore; Frank. • WILLIAM J. BEARDSLEY, 
Sophomore: 1108 Belmont Ave., Secane, Pa. • JILL BEATY. Sopho- 
mo'e: 522 S. Fort Circle. Charleston. 



Seventh Row: 

ANNE B. BELL, Junior; Box 511. Lewisburg. 
man; 3702 Murdoch Ave.. Parkersburg. ' 
Sophomore: 5511 Va. Ave., Charleston. • 
Freshman; 521 Junior Ave., Morgantown. 



• DAVID P. BELL, Fresh- 
JAMES R. BELL. JR.. 
GEORGE B. BENNEH. 
• JACK A. BENNEn. 



Juni. 



Lake Floyd, Bristol. 



Eighth Row: 

JAMES M. BENNETT, Freshman; 828 N. Main St., Washington, Pa. 

• SHARON A. BENNINGER. Sophomore; 605 Ohio Ave.. Fairmont. 

• CLAUDIA N. BENSON, Freshman; 272 Oakwood Rd.. Charleston. 

• JANICE K. BENSON. Freshman; Bruceton Mills. • KERSTEN A. 
BENSON, Sophomore: Box 30A Berwood Rd.. Morgantown. 



Ninth Row: 

RICHARD W. BERGEN, Freshman; Bricktown, N.J. • WILLIAM R. 
BERGER, JR., Junior; 410 Roosevelt Rd.. Clarksburg. • BARRY A. 
BERISFORO. Junior; 33 Orchard Lane, Wheeling. • BRUCE L. BERRY, 
Junior; 416 Center Ave.. Weston. • CHARLOTTE M. BETLER, Sopho- 
more: 216 W.Va. Ave.. Nutter Fort. 



Tenth Row: 

MARY K. BIDDLE. Sophomore; 1613 Park St.. Parkersburg. • SUSAN 
B. BIDDLE. Freshman; 1305 Welles Circle, Parkersburg. • ANNETTE 
BILLINGSLEY, Sophomore; 1615 Woodbine Ave.. Charleston. • BARRY 
L. BILLINGSLEY, Junior; 115 Lang Ave., Clarksburg. • BONNIE J. 
BINGER. Sophomore; 79 Sherwood Ave., Wheeling. 



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First Row: 

RICHARD A. BIRD. Sophomore; Box 786. Prmceton. • ALLEN D. 
BLACKWOOD. Junior; 306 20th St., Charleston. • JERRY R. BLAGG, 
Sophomore; 59 Carolina Ave., Salem. • JACK W. BLAIR, Sophomore; 
504 Linden Rd., Charleston. • JAMES B. BLAIR. Freshman; R.D. 2. 
Waynesburg. Pa. 



Second Row: 

KENNETH W. BLAMBLE, Freshman; 602 34th St., Vienna. • JAMES R. 
BLAND, Freshman; 201 Parkwood Dr., Beckley. • JOSEPH C. BLA5- 
CZAK. Freshman; 123 St. Ann Way, Weirton. • RICHARD P. BLATCH- 
FORD, Junior; 16 Lance Dr., Charleston. • LINDA K. BLESSING, 
Sophomore; R.D. I, Box 38, Sewickley, Pa. 



Third Row: 

DOUGLAS BLOOMFIELD, JR., Junior; Groshen. • ROBERT W. 
BOBST, Sophomore; 1020 Red Oak St., Charleston. • JERRY M. 
BODNAR. Freshman; 106 Wickllne St., Oakhill. • JOHN L. BOETNER, 
Sophomore; Rt. I, Box 85A, Martinsburg. • H. KAY BOGGS, Sopho-' 
more; 705 Kanawha Turnpike, Charleston. 



Fourth Row: 

JANE A, BOGGS. Freshman; Franklin. • JACKSON W. BONAR, 
Junior; Murraysville. • JAMES E. BOND, Junior; Moorefield. • 
JAMES L. BONHAM, Freshman; 509 44th St., Charleston. • CINDY 
L. BOOHER. Sophomore; 708 Virginia St.. Charleston. 



Fifth Row: 

JAMES F. BOOMER, Junior; 520 Stanley Ave.. Clarksburg. • JILL E. 
BORROR, Sophomore; 608 W.Va. Ave., Nutter Fort. • MONICA M. 
BORZA. Freshman; 318 Center St., Weirton. • PATRICIA J. BOSTIC, 
Junior; 4005 Penn. St., So. Charleston. • ROBERT L. BOSTON. Fresh- 
man; 908 Neal St., Parkersburg. 



Sixth Row: 

JOHN W. BOTTS. Sophomore; 3681 Pennsylvania Ave.. Weirton. • 
RON T. BOUILLET, Sophomore; 558 Pierpont Ave., Fairmont. • 
NANCY K. BOULDIN, Sophomore; 275 Jackson Pike, Gallipolis, Ohio. 

• CARMEM L. BOUTET. Special Student; 667 Price St.. Morgantown. 

• BETSY L. BOWERS. Sophomore; 391 Long St., New Martinsville. 



Seventh Row: 

BETTY A. BOWERS. Junior; Keyser. • WILLIAM E. BOWLING, 
Junior; Flattop. • PAUL I. BOWMAN. Junior; Moorefield. • TIMO- 
THY K. BOWERS, Sophomore; 428 W. John St., Martinsburg. • NANCY 
J. BOXELL, Junior; 35 Barron Ave., Elkins. 



Eighth Row: 

SIDNEY B. BOYCE, Junior; 2414 Monroe Ave., St. Albans. • THOMAS 
M. BOYD, Freshman; R.D. I. Box 500, Wellsburg. • JANE A. BOYER, 
Freshman; c/o Capt. Allen N. Boyer, Hgs. Co. 7th ATC, APO 114. New 
York, N.Y. • ELIZABETH E. BRACKEN. Sophomore; 1024 Bryant St., 
Fairmont. • KATHY BRAGG, Freshman; 813 Sherwood Rd., Charles- 
ton. 



Ninth Row: 

JOHN A. BRANCAZIO, Junior; 122 Mason St.. Weirton. • JOSEPH 
W. BRAND, Sophomore; 133 Cochran St., Fairmont • JAMES T. 
BRANDON. Freshman; 181 Chapel Rd., Wheeling. • CAROLYN C. 
BRANHAM, Freshman; 200 East Moler Ave.. Martinsburg. • SALLY 
K. BRAUN, Freshman; 9 Sigma Ave.. Wheeling. 



Tenth Row: 

HARRIETT J. BRAWLEY, Junior; 1534 Bedford Rd.. Charleston. • 
CATHERINE C. BRECKENRIDGE, Freshman; 1514 21st St.. Parkersburg. 
• CAROLYN J. BRENNEMAN, Junior; R.D. 2, Box 159. New Cum- 
berland. • RICHARD C. BRENNEMAN, Freshman; R.D. 2. New Cum- 
berland. • ARNOLD E. BRIGODE, Sophomore; 710 Grant St.. 
Charleston. - , , > 



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First Row: 

BARRY A. BRINKLEY, Junior; 119 Maryland Ave.. Nutter Fort. • Ml- 

CHELE I. BRLETIC, Junior; 403 River Ridge Dr., McKeesport, Pa. 

• BARBARA A. BROADWATER, Junior; ill Sycamore St., St. Marys. 

• J UN ELLA BROADWATER, Sophomore; Oxford. • ROGER E. 
BROADWATER, Junior; 1558 Summit Dr., Charleston. 



Second Row; 

CAROLYN J. BROC<, Freshman; R.D. #4, Apollo. Pa. • JUDITH O. 
BROEMSEN. Sophomore; 149 Center Ave., Elm Grove. • SAMUEL D. 
BROVERMAN, Freshman; 44 Walnut Ave., Wheeling. • BOB S. 
BROWN. Freshman; 249 High St., Grafton. • EVELYN A. BROWN, 
Freshman; 1620 Hamlll Ave.. Clyarksburg. 



Third Row: 

LINDA D. BROWN, Junior; 601 Hall St., Charleston. • PATRICK H. 
BROWN, III, Junior; 1107 Highland Dr., St. Albans. • ROBERT L. 
BROWN. Junior; 3808 Virginia Ave., Charleston. • WILLIAM F. 
BROWN, Freshman; 504 Superior Ave., South Charleston. • WILLIAM 
G. BROWN, Junior; 43 Fairway Acres, Parkcrsburg. 



Fourth Row: 

ANN L. BRUBECK, Sophomore; 112 Fifth Ave., Huntington. • GERAL- 
DINE L. BRUNO. Freshman; 2211 Pennsylvania Ave.. Welrton. • RO- 
WENA K. BRYAN, Sophomore; 423 Highland Ave., Oak Hill. • AL- 
LEN R. BRYANT, Junior; 3256 University Ave., Morgantown. • 
THOMAS A. BRYANT, II; 4465 Woodrums Lone. Charleston. 



Fifth Row: 

THERESA L. BUBONOVICH, Junior; 7 Johnson Ave., Unlontown, Pa. 
• ELAINE D. BUNTEN, Freshman; Rt. #1, Box 427, Elkview. • HELEN 
L. BUNTEN, Junior; Elkview. • RALPH D. BUONO. Junior; 202 
Pleasant View Dr., Weirton. • WILLIAM W. BURDETT, Sophomore; 
663 Baker St., Rlvervllle. 



Sixth Row: 

SAMMY R. BURDETTE, Sophomore; Rt. #1, Elkview. • JOSEPH F. 
BURFORD, Freshman; P.O. Box 8582, South Charleston. • BUDDY W. 
SURGE, JR., Sophomore; 730 Old Trail, Highland Park, III. • PRIS- 
CILLA N. BURGER, Sophomore; R.R. I, Fairborn, Ohio. • LINDA K. 
BURGOYNE, Junior; Upper Tract. 



Seventh Row: 

THOMAS R. BURKE. Ill, Freshman; 503 S. Jefferson, Lewlsburg. • 
JACK S. BURKS. Sophomore; 811 Somerset Dr., Charleston. • JAMES 
5. BURKS, Junior; 811 Somerset Dr.. Charleston. • SHARON M. 
BURMEISTER, Sophomore; Williamson. • BARBARA J. BURNETT, 
Sophomore; Box 547, Shinnston. 



Eighth Row: 

LINDA J. BURNS, Sophomore; Shapples. • ROBERT H. BURNS, 
Sophomore; Sutton. • ROGER F. BURNS. Freshman; Beckley. • ANN 
BURTON, Freshman; 1015 25th St., Parkersburg. • ROBERT K. BUSH, 
Freshman; 5 Bush Ave., Phlllppl. 



Ninth Row: 

BARBARA J. BUTLER. Freshman; Rt. #2, Box 182, Elkevlew. • NANCY 
A. BUTTS, Junior; 166 Abney Circle, Charleston. • MARY S. BURN- 
SIDE, Junior; Madison. • DEE ANN CABO. Junior; Box 1214. Clarks- 
burg. • JOHN A. CAIN, JR., Freshman; 4 Part St.. Elklns. 



Tenth Row: 

MARY CALDWELL, Freshman; Ravenswood. • BARBARA A. CALLA- 
HAN, Freshman; 923 N. Queen St., Martinsburg. • ROBERT S. 
CAMP, Junior; Clarksburg. • JUDY L. CANTERBURY. Sophomore; 
Ripley. • PATRICIA A. CANTRELL. Freshman; 4806 McCorkle Ave., 
Charleston. 



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Follansbee. 



First Row: 

ALBERT P. GARDEN, Sophomore, 740 Yorl 

NANCY E. CARLSON, Junior, 2'106 Eldersvi 

WILLIAM H. CARMAN, Freshman, 14 Fairwiew Terrace, Wheeli 

• LOUIS G. CAROZZA, Sophomore, 3352 West St., Weirton. 

BARBARA L. CARPENTER, Junior. Box 333, Spencer. 



Second Row: 

JONI H. CARPER, Sophomore, Box 85, East Rainelle. • RANDAL K. 
CARPER. Sophomore, Arnoldsburg. • JANET L. CARROLL, Junior. 
Rt. 2, New Martinsville. • SARAH E. CARSON. Freshman, 3754 
alley Drive, Alexandria, Va. • ARDIS K. CARTER, Freshman, 1514 
North Drive. South Charleston. 



Third Row: 

TONY M. CARTER. Sophomore 
CARUSO, Sophomore, 360 EIn 
A. CA5ARCIA, Junior, 396 Ro: 
BEER, Junior, 318 W. Main, S 



160 6th St.. Morgantown. • FRED D. 

St., Canonsburg, Pa. • DOMINICK 
r St., Follansbee. • LARRY E. CASE- 
merset. Pa. • PATRICIA K. CASTO. 



Junic 



1509 Grosscup Av 



Fourth Row: 

WILLA L. GATHER, Junior, 5' 
G. GATTERTON, Sophomore. 
• JAMES J. GAVENEY. Junl< 
LI AM J. CAVENEY, Freshma 
ALLAN GAWLEY, JR., Sopho. 
N.J. 



78 Burkhan 

78 Burkhai 

ire, 9 Mapl! 



Lavale, Md. • NANCY 
Tpk.. South Charleston. 
Ct., Wheeling. • WIL- 

1 Ct., Wheeling. • W. 

wood Ave., Penns Grove, 



Fifth Row: 

FEMSI CELAYIR, Freshman. 246 Arch St.. Weston. • ROBERT A, 
CERRA, Freshman, 1205 Lind St.. Wheeling. • VICTOR J. GERRA, 
Sophomore, 2031 Marshall St., Benwood. • ANN L. 'CHAPMAN, 
Freshman; Rt. I. Box 331, Wheeling. • WILLIAM D. CHAPMAN, 
Junior: Rt. 3, Box 729, Weston. 



Sixth Row: 

DONALD L. CHECK, Freshman; 216 Gray St.. Masontown. Pa. • 
PAUL R. CHECK, Junior; 216 Gray St., Masontown. Pa. • BARBARA 
A. GHETOCK, Sophomore; 702 N. Chestnut St.. New Cumberland. 
• JACK F. GHETOCK. Freshman; New Cumberland. • JO ANN 
GHETOCK, Junior; 925 3rd. Ave., New Cumberland. 



Seventh Row: 

ROBERT W. CHEVES, Junior; 3465 N. Emerson St., Arlington, 

• JOHN H. GHISLER, Sophomore; 1649 King St., South Chariest 

• WILLIAM A. CHITTUM. Sophomore; P.O. Box 58. Morganto 

• GEOFFREY W. CHRISTIAN, Sophomore; Box 282, Princeton. 
JAMES P. CHRISTIANSEN, Junior; 719 Oak Springs Rd., Rosem< 



Eighth Row: 

PENELOPE S. CHRISTIE. Junior; 349 Wilson St., Clarksburg. • JOE 
P. CINALLI JR., Junior; 507 Market St., Fairmont. • GEORGE S. 
CINCI. Junior; 204 Charter. Clarksburg. • ALEXANDER CLARK. 
Junior; 19 Dogwood Dr.. West Orange, N.J. • BILL G. CLARK, Fresh- 
man; Box 482, Pageton. 



Ninth Row: 

DELLA J. CLARK, Sophomore. Rt. I, Box 87. Colliers. • THOMAS 
S. CLARK, Junior; 2424 Cliffmont St., Bluefield. • M. CLAIRE 
CLARKE. Freshman; 2 Echo Terrace, Wheeling. • M. LYNNE 
CLARKE, Freshman; 2 Echo Terrace, Wheeling. • CAROLYN CLO- 
HAN, Sophomore; 317 S. Illinois Ave., Martinsburg. 



Tenth Row: 

HERMAN G. CLOUSE. Sophomore; Box 64. Eidred, N.Y. • DANNA 
U, COBB, Junior; 710 Glen Ridge Rd.. Charleston. • JOHN A. COBB, 
Freshman, Box 415, Clendenin. • THEODORE R. GOBERLY, Fresh- 
man; 1052 Saratoga Drive, Fairborn, Ohio. • A. SAM COFFMAN. 
Sophomore; Box 686, West Logan. 



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Fint Row: 

KARON R. COGAR. Ffeshmon: Rt. I, Bo« 271, Buckhonnon. • MARY 

G. COLACICCO. Sophomore; M5 E. Pork Ave.. Fairmont • LAURA 

M. COLASANTE, Junior: 119 Grant St., Clarksburg. • PATRICIA A. 

COLE, Junior; Barrett. • PENNY COLE. Freshman; Box 170, Glenn 

Ferris. 



Second Row: 

STEVEN O. COLLINS. Junior; 1503 43rd St.. Parkersburg. • CHRIS 

TINE A. COLOMBO. Sophomore; 104 Shawnee Way. Clarksburg 

• MICHAEL H. CONLEY, Freshman; 273') Wildwood Circle, St 

Albans. • CLOYD L. CONNER, Sophomore; 13517 Ethel Ave. 

Chesapeake. • JESSE E. CONNER, Junior; 129 Dutch Rd., Charles 

Ion. 



Third Row: 

CHESTER S. CONRAD, Sophomore; 1121 Ridqewood Rd., Fairmont. 

• H. STEPHEN CONRAD, Junior; Fort Seybert. • SHARON L. CON. 

WELL, Freshman; 509 Hillcrest Circle, Bridgeport. • JUDY C. COOK, 

Junior; 402 E. McDonald Ave., Man. • PAUL E. COOK, Sophomore; 

Summersvltle. 



Fourth Row: 

WILLIAM R. COOK, Sophomore: 117 Lovell St., Beckley. • JAMES 
T. COOPER, Junior; Ravenswood. • M. SUSAN COOPER. Freshman; 
Box 157, Thomas. • OUENTIN D. COOPER, Freshman; 859 Carrol 
Rd.. Charleston. • THOMAS R. COOPER, Sophomore: 415 Montrose 
Dr., South Charleston. 



Filth Row: 

WARREN M. COPELAND. Junior; 209 Springdale Ave.. Beckley. 
• BARBARA A. CORBETT. Sophomore; 4628 Rolling Hills Rd., Pitts- 
burgh. • SUSAN K. CORK, Junior; Box 1882. Clarksburg. • BER- 
NARD C. CORKER, Sophomore; Beckley. • DOUGLAS A. COR- 
NELIUS, Freshman; 211 Staunton Ave., South Charleston. 



Sixth Row: 

JOHN K. CORRIE, Freshman; 1052 Main St., Charleston, • JAMES 
L. CORSARO, Sophomore; 5511 Church Dr., Charleston. • WILMA 
J. CORUM, Freshman; 1061 Windsor Ave., Morgantown. • JAMES 
C. COSMIDES, Junior: 2806 Chapline St., Wheeling. • ROBERTA A. 
COSNER. Freshman; 1124 S. Park Dr., Fairmont. 



Seventh Row: 

ANN C. COTTLE, Junior; Palestine. • SUSAN A. COTTRELL. Sopho- 
more: 906 Maple Rd., Charleston. • MYRA J. COVEY, Sophomore: 
463 Center Ave., Weston. • MATHEW L. COWELL, Freshman; 98 
Prospect Ave.. Charleroi, Pa. • ROBERT H. COX, Junior; 8 Leonard 
Ave., Wheeling. 



Eighth Row: 

WIILIAM H. COX. JR.. Sophomore: 24 Phllodelphos St., Athens. 

Greece. • WILLARD R. COYNER. Junior; 162 Elliott St.. Clarksburg. 

• HOWARD R. CREWS, Junior; 336 Woodland Dr., Huntington. 

• JANET L. CRISWELL, Sophomore; 456 Oglebay Dr., Wheeling. 

• PAMELA H. CROPP, Sophomore: II Meadow Lane, Bridgeport. 



Ninth Row: 

SANDRA G. CROSS. Sophomore; 617 17th St., Parkersburg. • DAVID 
B. CROW, Sophomore; 3911 Palisades Dr., Welrton. • JARRETT H. 
CROWLEY Sophomore; 128 Park St., Circleville, Ohio. • JOHNNY 
A. CRUMMETT. Freshman; Franklin. • MARGARET L. CRUMRINE. 
Freshman: Rt. 2, Box 622, Buckhannon. 



Tenih Row: 

ELLA A. CRYNOCK, Freshman; 449 Grand St., Morgantown. • JANE 
T. CUNNINGHAM, Sophomore; Wardensville. • GLENN R. CUM- 
MINGS, Freshman: 5133 Ohio St., South Charleston. • JOHN P. 
CUMMINGS. Sophomore; 129 Camden Rd., Fairmont. • HARRY H. 
CUPP. Sophomore; Beverly Rd., Elklns. 



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First Row: 

SHARON J. CURNUTTE, Junior: 
CHAEL J. CURRENCE, Sophorr 
SARA A. CURRENCE. Freshman 
• ANNA L. CURRY, Freshman: 
CURRY, Sophomore; 1553 Bridge 



Second Row: 

DELAINE CURTIS, Sophomore 
man; 100 Colony Dr., Vienna. 
121 Simpson St.. Morgantown. 
211 Morrison Dr., Pittsburgh. 
Sophomore; Box 151, Hamlin. 



1818 Chestnut St., Kenova. • Mi- 
jre; 2709 Bland Rd., Bluefield. • 
1510 Huntersville Rd., Marlinton. 
Box 124, Hamlin. • MICHAEL B. 
id., Charleston. 



Beverly. • KAY L. CUSTER, Fresh- 
CHARLES C. CYPHERT. Freshman; 
MARY ELLEN DAILEY, Sophomore; 

a. • JACQUELINE L. DAMRON, 



Third Row: 

BERNDAN J. D'ANDREA, Junior; 24! Miami Ave., Weirton. • 
FLICKA L. DANIEL, Sophomore; 201 Vine St., Beckley. • JOHN E. 
DANSER. Freshman; 207 High St., Weston. • SANDRA L. DARBY, 
Freshman; 3617 Hanlin V/ay, Weirton. • CAROLE L. DAVIS. Junior; 
9 West McCorkle Ave., Charleston. 



Fourth Row: 

DARLENE R. DAVIS, Junior; 12 16th. St.. McMechen: • G. WILLIAM 

DAVIS, Junior; Dilliner, Pa. • JOHN R. DAVIS. Freshman; Rt. #3, 

Box 334, Clarksburg. • SHEA L. DAVIS, Sophomore; 946 N. Wllley 

St., Morgantown. • DANIEL DAVISSON, Sophomore; I East 4th St., 

Weston. 



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Fifth Row: 

VICTORIA DEAN, Freshman; 724 Churchill Dr.. Charleston. • MARY 
M. DEANER. Freshman; 1034 College Cr., Si. Albans. • THOMAS P. 
DEBERRY. Sophomore; 1510 Petty Ave.. Fairmont. •• JACK W. 
DEBOLT. Junior; 4206 Washington Ave., Charleston. • RONALD J. 
DECARLO, Junior; Morgantown. 



Sixth Row: 

SUSAN M. DECK, Freshman 
JUANiTA A. DECKER, Freshn 
MARY ELLEN DEEM, Freshmi 
WARD B. DEISON, Sophomore 
LEN F. DELUCA, Sophomore; 



nth Ro 



1125 Highland Rd., Charleston, 
an; 740 W. John St., Martinsburg. 
i; 1010 25th St.. Parkersburg. • E 
625 S. Seventh St., Clarksburg. • / 
(98 Allen Ave., Monaca. Pa. 



DAVID F. DETERICH. Junior; R.F.D. #1, Dalton, Ohio. • KEITH D. 
DEVAULT. Freshman; 514 Mt. Vernon Ave., Fairmont. • M. DELIA 
DEVINE, Sophomore; 1316 S. Davis Ave., Eiklns. • J. THOMAS DE- 
VOGE, Freshman; 412 Maryland Ave., Nutter Fort. • ARY L. DEVRIES. 
Sophomore; 701 Topeka Ave., Morgantown. 



Eighth Row: 

JEAN B. DEWiCK. Junior; Bo 
LAS P. DIAMOND. Sophomo 
LEON A. DICKERSON. Fresh 

• BRENT O. DIEFENBACH, 

• CURT D. DIEFENBACH. F/ 



127, Stony Brook. L.I., N.Y. • DOUG- 
; 428 W. Martin St., Martinsburg. • 
an; 656 Forest Cr., South Charleston. 
Freshman; Howard Place, Wheeling, 
shman; Howard Place, Wheeling. 



Ninth Row: 

EILEEN DILLINGER, Freshman; Point Marion, Pa. • DAVID T. DIL- 
LON, Junior; 1244 Glenwood Ave., Milton. • GADIS J. DILLON, 
Sophomore; Box 156, Gary. • JULIA A. DILLON, Sophomore; Box 
742, Union. • EDWARD B. DOBKIN, Freshman; 13 Woodlawn Ct. 



Whe 



ling. 



Tenth Row: 

ROBERT M. DOM, Freshman; R.D. #1. Box 306K, Uniontown, Pa. 
• VIRGINIA J. DONO, Junior; 765 Salem St., Teaneck, N.J. • JOYCE 
A. DORULA, Junior; Box 204, Elbert. • JAMES R. DOSIER, Sopho- 
more; 117 S. WALNUT St., Morgantown. • CAROLYN F. DOTSON, 
Sophomore; 222 Shepherd Ave., Charleston. 



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Firjl Row: 

JANE B. DOUGLASS. Junior; 4110 Slauntor Ave,. Charleslon. • 
MARY V. DOUGLASS, Junior; Petroleum. • BARBARA L. DOWNEY, 
Junior; 3Mb Hughes St.. Huntington. • FRANCES L. DOWNEY, 
Sophomore; Rt. #2, l^artinsburg. • ROY L, DOWNING, Freshman; 
SIS Martin Ave., New Martinsville. 



Second Row: 

LARRY A, DRAKE. Junior; 924 Woodward Dr., Charleston. • JOAN 
M, DROPPLEMAN. Sophomore; 304 Court St., West Union. • LA- 
RAINE E. DUCKMAN, Junior; 10 Pallant Ave.. Linden. N.J. • LYNNE 
R, DUNCAN, Sophomore; 773 Kermit Place, Morgantown. • ARTHUR 
A. DUNCIL, Freshman; 321 Laurel St., Morgantown. 



Third Row: 

REBECCA A. DUNLAP. Junior; 705 Glendale Ave., South Charleston. 

• JUDY A. DURANT, Sophomore; 951 Leiand Ave., Plalnfleld. N.J. 

• PEGGY DURKIN. Junior; 1325 Main St., Wellsburg. • WILLIAM 
B. DWINNELL. III. Junior; 138 Columbia, Wheeling. • WILLIAM 
H. DYER, Junior; 436 Rebecca St., Morgantown. 



Fourth Row: 

SALLY A. EARP. Sophomore; Fairmont. • CLARA B. EATON, Sopho- 
more; 1609 24th St.. Parltersburg. • MARY ANNE ECKERT, Soohomore; 
98 Carter St.. Shlnnston. • DAVID A. EDDY. Freshman; I860 Elders- 
vllle Rd., FollansDee. • HOWARD EDELMAN, Freshman; 28 Spring- 
haven Rd., Wheeling. 



Fifth Row: 

FAITH D, EDGELL, Freshman; 2514 Warwood Ave.. Wheeling. • 
GARRY L. EDWARDS, Sophomore; Fairmont. • LOIS A. EGGLE- 
TON, Sophomore: Scott Depot. • STEPHAN R. ELBERFELD. Junior; 
228 Belmar, Morgantown. • JAMES L. ELLIOTT. Junior; Rt. #2, Box 
176. Fairmont. 



Sixth Row: 

JEANEANE C. ELLIOTT, Junior; 332 Kenmore St., Morgantown. • 

WILLIAM M. ELLIS, Sophomore; 923 Kanawha Terrace, St., Albans. 

• SUSAN E. EMBLEN. Sophomore; 154 Columbia Ave.. Wheeling. 

• RAYMOND G, EMERT. Freshman; 1535 Second St.. New Brighton. 
Pa, • THOMAS E. EMMERTH, JR.. Sophomore; 4 Locust Ave., 
Wheeling. 



Seventh Row; 

ELISE M. ERICKSON, Freshman; 57 Lincoln Ave., Pittsburgh 5, Pa. 
• ELIZABETH M. ERLITZ. Junior; 1038 Phoenix Ave., Chester. • EL- 
SIE A. ERRINGTON, Junior; Box 136, Scarbro. • PENNY L. ER- 
SKINE. Junior; 55 Kenna Dr.. South Charleston. • JANET C. ESKEW. 
Junior; 217 First St.. Bridgeport. 



Eighth Row: 

NORA C. ESTEP. Sophomore; Lenore- • JOHN T. EVANS. Sopho- 
more; 1908 Woodslde Circle, Charleston. • MEREDITH J. EVANS, 
Freshman; Church St., Lumberport. • SALLY A. EVANS. Freshman; 
924 Farms Dr., Fairmont. • SUZANNE EVANS, Freshman; 451 Long- 
vue Rd,, New Kensington, Pa. 



Ninth Row: 

ANN D. EVERHART, Sophomore; 119 Price St., Kingwood. • JOHN 
H, EWING, JR., Junior; 6 Mont View St., Unlontown. Pa. • DAVID 
A. FABER. Junior; Slssonvllle. • PATRICIA J. FACEMIRR. Sopho- 
more; Box 33, Summersville. • JAMES R. FADDOUL, Junior; Slsters- 
vllle- 



Tenth Row: 

S. PHILLIP FARLEY, Sophomore; 1114 Poplar St., Mullens. • JANE 

M. FARRELL, Sophomore; 1816 Bedford St., Cumberland, Md. 

• CHRISTINA M. FAST, Sophomore; 1205 West Virginia Ave., Dun- 
bar. • JAY H. FAST. Sophomore; 447 Grand St., Morgantown. 

• KAREN M. FAULK, Freshman; 207 Parkwyn St., Elizabeth, Pa. 




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First Row: 

JIM S. FAULKNER. Freshman; 304 Maryland Ave.. Charleston. • 
SUSAN V. FEATHER. Freshman; 454 Park St., Morgantown. • LINDA 
R. FEITLER. Junior; 86 Elizabeth Ave., Teaneck. N.J. • ROSEMARIE 
A. FELIX, Freshman; 30 Country Club Blvd., Uniontown Pa • 
KATHLEEN L. FERGUSON, Junior; Box 102 Hoiden 



Second Row: 

EARL T. FERREBEE, Freshman; Rt. #1. Elkins. • BETTY M. FERRELL 
Junior; Box 2. Peytona. • CONCHATA G. FERRELL, Sophomore; 
2521/2 Loudendale Rd.. Charleston. • KATHLENE A. FERRELL, Sopho- 
more; Lewisburg. • FRANCIS J. FERRELLI. Sophomore; 3607 Lind- 
berg Way, Weirton. 



Third Row: 

JOHN P. FERRY, Sophomore; 311 Lowell Ave., Mt. Ephralm, N.J. • 
REBECCA A. FIDLER. Freshman; West Mllford. • LARRY G. FIELD- 
ING, Freshman; 229 Crawford St.. Beckley. • JOSEPH A. FIGARETTI, 
Junior; 130 Kruger St.. Wheeling. • NANCY J. FIGARETTI Junior- 
2 Vernon Ave., Wheeling. 



Fourth Row; 

JUDITH A. FILLMORE. Sophomore; 5355 Tane 

• J. THOMAS FINDLEY, Junior;' Rt. #7, 

• TERRY A. FINBERG, Sophomore; 4254 Glei 
Pa. • JOHN W. FISHER. II. Junior; Fisher. < 
Freshman; NO Court Ave.. Weston. 



lox 168, Morgantown. 
Lytle Rd.. Pittsburgh, 
THOMAS C. FISHER, 



Fifth Row: 

KAY A. FLEMING, Freshman; 1154 Lions Ave.. Morgantown. • LINDA 
D. FLEMING, Junior; 1154 Lions Ave.. Morgantown. • WtLLIAM H. 
FLEMING, Junior; 124 Bridge St., Monongah. • CAROL W. FLEN- 
NIKEN, Junior; 127 Jackson Ave.. Morgantown. • JOAN E. FLOW- 
ERS, Sophomore; 3326 W. Fifth Ave.. Belle. 



Sixth Row: 

MURHL L. FLOWERS, Junior; I Arlington Ave., Charleston. • JOHN 
P. FOLFAS, JR., Junior; 128 N. 16th St., Wheeling. • PAUL A. 
FOLFAS, Freshman; 128 N. 16th St., Wheeling. • HAROLD A. FORD, 
Sophomore; 139 Hollywood Dr.. Harrisburg, Pa. • KENNETH j' 
FORDYCE, Freshman; 145 Merritt St., Wheeling. 



Seventh Row: 

DAVID K. FOSTER. Junior; 406 Rockholly Road, Charleston. • MARY 
S. FOSTER. Freshman; 1104 Riverview Dr., Weirton. • RANDOLPH H. 
FOSTER, Junior; 10 Wendover Rd., Yardley. Pa. • SUSAN V. FOULK, 
Freshman; 18 Maple, Wheeling. • JOHN R. FOWLER Junior- 127 
Barron Ave., Elkins. 



Eighth Row: 

MARY J. FOWLER. Junior; 304 Anawar 
• GEORGE R. FOX, Junior; 365 Parkvie 
L. FRAGALE, Sophomore; 409 Ohio Av( 
FRAZEE, Junior; Robert Dr.. Newfield. 
Sophomore; R.D. #1. Spring City. Pa. 



Ninth Row 



ve.. Pittsburgh 34, Pa. 

St. Albans. • CLARA 
srksburg. • ALLEN R. 

• J. BARRIE FREES. 



LINDA L. FRENCH, Junior; 210 Grove Ave., Beckley. • PAMELA L. 
FRENCH, Freshman; Box 194, Jenkinjones. • MARY C. FREROTTE, 
Freshman; 802 Wilkie Dr., Charleston. • CHESTER H. FRIEDL. Jun^ 
ior; Athens. • DAVID W. FRIEDMAN. Junior; Parkersburg. 



Tenth Row: 

CHRISTINE FRYXELL, Sophomore; Woodland Rd., Houghton Mich 

• ROBERT F. FUCCY, Freshman; 204 Marshall St., New Cumberland. 

• R. BROOKS GAINER, II. Sophomore; 409 Stealey Ave.. Clarks- 
burg. • JAMES E. GALFORD. Freshman; Green Bank. • SAMUEL 
L. GAIL, Junior; 123 Jarrell St., Beckley, 





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Firil Row: 

DEBBIE A. GANOEE. Sophomore: 705 Sycamore St.. Rovonswood 
• FRED J. GANOE. Freshmon; Pelerstown. • MARY L. GARRISON, 
Fcshmon: 219 Locust Dr.. Becklev. • ELLEN E. GATES. Sophomore; 
ICO College Ave.. Beckley. • SUE GAY. Junior; Rt. #3. Buckhannon. 



S«cond Row: 

PAULA B. GAYDOSH, Freshman; 24 Maple Ave., Wheeling. • 
EMANUEL GAZIANO. Sophomore; Box 201. Pemberton. • CAROL 
L. GEORGE. Sophomore; 202 Greene St.. Cumberland. Md. • EU- 
GENE W. GEORGE. Junior; Box 64, Matewan. • PHILLIP C. 
GEORGE, Sophomore; Huntington, 



Third Row: 

J. DEE GRMAN, Sophomore; University Dr,, Pittsburgh, Pa. • CYN 
THIA GERWIG. Junior; 275 Clay St.. Clarksburg. • BARBARA L. 
GEUTING. Sophomore; 1217 Ormond Ave.. Drexel Hill, Pa. • JOHN 
H. GIACOBBE, Sophomore; 301 Jefferson Ave., Jefferson. • KEN. 
NETH H. GIANETTINO. Sophomore; Rt. #3, Box MB, Clarksburg. 



Fourth Row: 

JUDITH A. GIBBS, Sophomore; 3 Richmond Ave,, Mt, Holly, N,J. 
• DONNA L. GIBSON, Sophomore; Tunnelton St., Kingwood, • 
CHARLES B. GILBERT, Junior; Box 62. Verdunville. • C. JOSEPH 
GILLESPIE, Junior; 318 17th St., Dunbar. • LINDA G. GILLESPIE. 
Freshman; 323 East Fifth St., Belle. 



Fifth Row: 

M. LEE GILLESPIE, Sophomore; Be 
GLASPELL, Sophomore; West Unioi 
Sophomore; 308 18th St., Dunbar, ' 
more; 502 Maxwell St., Charleston. 
1210 Peacock Lane. Fairmont. 



775, Lewisburg, • LEON W. 

• THOMAS H. GLASS, JR., 

MARTIN J. GLASSER, Sopho- 

» JAMES H. GLOVER, Junior; 



Sixth Row: 

JOHN E. GLOVER, Junior; 216 Grant St., Petersburg, • JAMES W, 
GOCKE, Freshman; 423 Stanley Ave., Clarksburg. • H. DAVID 
GOLDBLUM, Junior; 20D Greenwood Hghls., Connellsville, Pa. 
• JANET A. GOLDCHIEN. Sophomore; Box 303, Salem. • CAROLYN 
J, GOLDIZEN, Sophomore; Lahmansville. 



Seventh Row: 

LANA J. GOLDSBORO, Freshman; 21 E, Church St,, Falrchance, Pa. 
• MARTIN H. GOLDSTEIN, Sophomore; 1200 Albemarle Rd,, Brook- 
lyn, N,Y. • JOSEPH E. GOLEMBIEWSKI.( Sophomore; 67 River Ave., 
Masontown, Pa, • MARY M. GOODE, Freshman; Griffithsville. • 
JERRY L. GOODEN, Sophomore; Box 76, Pentress. 



Eighth Row: 

JOHN F. GOODLETT, Freshman; 1221 Augusta St., Bluefield. • JAMES 
E, GOODWIN, Freshman; 125 Court St,, Weston. • MELINDA R. 
GOODWIN. Sophomore; 210 Waverly Way. Clarksburg. • NANCY 
A. GOODWIN, Sophomore; 612 Country Club Rd.. Fairmont. • 
THOMAS R. GOODWIN, Freshman; 6426 Wornall Terrace, Kansas 
City, Mo. 



Ninth Row: 

WILLIAM D. GOODWIN. Sophomore; Lewisburg. • JAMES R. 
GORDON, Junior; 20 Morrison Ave.. Morgantown. • R. ALLEN GOR- 
RELL, Junior; 618'/: Buckhannon Ave., Clarksburg. • JON T, GOS- 
SARD, Junior; I50B Autumn Rd., Charleston. • WILLIAM E. GOUC- 
KENOUR. Freshman; 417 Fitzhugh St.. Ravenswood. 



Tenth Row: 

JUDITH A. GOYNE, Freshman; 228 Hoffman Blvd,. Ashland, Pa. 
• ROBERT C. GOYNE, Junior; 228 HoHman Blvd., Ashland. Pa. • 
HELEN V. GRACE. Freshman; 13514 Nancy Ave., Chesapeake. • 
JAMES E. GRAHAM, III, Junior; Pt. Washington, N,Y. • NANCY B. 
CRAHAM. Freshman; 3500 Cadillac Dr., Parkersburg. 



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First Row: 

RENIE R. GRAVER, Freshman; 635 Washington St.. Allentown, Pa. 

• JAMES GRAY. JR.. Sophomore; 212 McKinney St.. Fairmont. 

• DONNE M. GRECO, Freshman; 3708 Riverview Dr.. Weirton. 

• LINDA L. GRECO, Freshman; 30 West St., Morgantown. • RALPH 
L. GREENE, JR., Freshman; 467 Dorsey Ave., Morgantown. 



Second Row: 

MARLOU GREENFIELD, Junior; 711 White Gale Rd.. Charleston. 

• ROBERT E. GREENLEAF, Junior; 1562 Lewis St.. Charleston. 

• CAROL E. GREENLEE, Junior; 3626 Grede Dr.. Charleston. • ROB- 
ERT W. GREGORY. Sophomore; 808 McQueen Blvd., St. Albans. 

• SHARON L. GREGORY. Freshman; Bolair. 



Third Row: 

MARY L. GRESHAM, Ju 
E. GRAYBEAL. Junior; 
GREYBILL. Sophomore; 
P. GRIECO. Sophomorf 



lior; 1713 Edgewood Dr.. Charleston. • DAVID 
409 Ellen Ave.. Akron. Ohio. • ANN C. 
1416 Oakmont Rd.. Kanawha. • SPENCER 

; 121 Betty Jane Ct., Pittsburgh. • CARL E. 



GRIFFIN. Fn 



208 E. Third St.. Weston. 



Fourth Row: 

VANRA M. GRIMES, Sophomore; 405 Hamilton St., Summersville. 

• HARPER G. GRIMM, JR.. Freshman; 1107 Highland Rd., Charles- 
ton. • JEFFREY A. GRIMM, Freshman; 1902 Oak St.. Parkersburg. 

• CAROL A. GRONKO. Freshman; 1073 Windsor Ave., Morgantown. 

• ALICIA M. GROSS. Freshman; 3007 Ridgeview Dr.. South Charles- 



Fifth Row: 

JAMES A. GROTZ, Junior; 2010 Marianna St.. Wellsburg. • STEPHEN 
S. GROVE, Freshman; 219 Rosemont Ave.. Martinsburg. • JOHN T. 
GUANDOLO. Sophomore; 1308 Fourth Ave., Conway. Pa. • PATRICIA 
R. GULICK, Junior; 416 Orchard St., Bridgeport. • JOANN M. 
GULLAS. Sophomore; 3629 Brightway, Weirton. 



Sixth Row: 

ELIZABETH L. GUMP. Freshman; Barrackville. • RICHARD M. GUR- 
TIS. Freshman; 2944 University Ave.. Morgantown. • MORRIS J. 
GWINN, Sophomore; Spring Dale. • SONYA A. GWINN, Junior; 
1800 Prospect Rdg. Blvd.. Haddon Heights. N.J. • TED P. HADDOX. 
JR.. Sophomore; 144 Oakwood Road. Charleston. 



Seventh Row; 

THOMAS D. HADEN. Sophomore; 336 Rotary St.. Morgantown. • 
WILLIAM R. HADEN. Junior; 305 Rotary St.. Morgantown. • DUDLEY 
L. HAGER, Junior; 194 Garden Rd.. Shrewsbury. N.J. • DOROTHY 
L. HAGGARTY. Junior; South Charleston. • DAVID C. HAGUE, 
Freshman: 4304 Noyes Ave., Charleston. 



Eighth Row: 

BRUCE W. HAISLIP. Freshman; 100 Leonard St., Grafton. • SALLY 
L. HALE, Freshman; Farms Dr., Fairmont. • WILLIAM K. HALE. 
Junior; 2060 Oakridge Dr., Charleston. • BERYL J. HALL. Freshman; 
3427 Thornwood Dr., Bethel Park, Pa. • FRED R. HALL, Junior; 321 
Worley Ave.. Clarksburg. 



Ninth Row: 
PAMELA A. HALL, 
F. HALL. JR., Sophc 
A, HAMILTON, Fre: 
, HAMILTON, 



-nan; 336 Central Ave., Logan. • RANDALL 
: 872 Field Club Rd., Pittsburgh. • BEVERLY 
; 909 Dudley Ave.. Morgantown. • NANCY 
: 316 Joseph St.. South Charleston. • LARRY 



K. HAMMETT. Junior; 501 Reed St.. Parkersburg. 



Tenth Row: 

C. PAGE HAMRICK, III, Freshman; 320 50th St.. Charleston. • DAVID 
W. HAMSTEAD. Senior; Rt. I. Box 7ID, Clarksburg. • WILLIAM J. 
HANLEY. Freshman; 415 Ontario Ave.. Point Marion. Pa. • THOMAS 
N. HANNA, Freshman; 965 Mathews Ave., Charleston. • AGNES M. 
HANSEN, Sophomore; 8136 Cornwall Rd.. Baltimore. Md. 









UNDERGRADUATES 



First Row: 

JANE J. HANST, Junior; Monte Vista Rd., Oakland, Md. • I^ARY 
E. HAROESTY. Sophomore; IS OeHaven PI.. Yonkers. N.Y. • KATHY 
D. HARDY. Sophomore; Pittsburgh. • BONITA L. HARKLESS. Fresh- 
man; Charleston. • C. ROBERT HARMAN, Junior; 105 N. Pike St.. 
Grafton. 



Second Row: 

BARBARA H. HARNER, Sophomore; 117 N. Rosemont, Martlnsburq. 

• FRANCES A. HARPER. Junior; Ivlarllnton. • JOSEPH O. HARPER, 

Junior; Mouth of Seneca. • ROSANNE R. HARPER, Sophomore; 

Mouth of Seneca. • BARBARA J. HARR. Sophomore; Rt. A, Box 60. 

Fairmont. 



Third Row: 

ANN K. HARRINGTON, Sophomore; Elmwood Place, Wheeling. 

• MARY E. HARRINGTON, Freshman; Elmwood Place, Wheeling. 

• MARTHA M. HARRIS, Freshman; 89 KIngwood St., Morgantown. 

• ROBERT B. HARRIS, JR., Junior; 7 Berkeley PI., Huntington. 

• JUDITH C. HARRISON, Sophomore; BIS Carroll Rd., Charleston. 



Fourth Row: 

ROBERT N. HART, Junior; South Charleston. • EUGENE R. HARVY, 
Junior; 105 Bishop St., Beckley. • ROBERT V. HAU, Freshman; North 
Hollow Rd., Coudersport, Pa. • CAROLYN J. HAUGHT, Freshman; 
117 Alexander Ave., Clarksburg. • DIXIE L. HAWSE, Junior; Box 
672, Moorefield. 



Fifth Row: 

KAREN S. HAYHURST, FRESHMAN; Barrackville. • ROBERTA S. 

HAZLETT, Sophomore; Rt. 5. Fairmont. • SANDRA S. HEALD. Junior; 

308 Kenmore St.. Morgantown. • SANDRA B. HEASLEY. Sophomore; 

124 Spencer Ave,, Spencer. • MARTY E. HEATH, Junior; Box 17.4, 

Rowlesburg. 



Sixth Row: 

ANNE E. HEATON. Sophomore; 316 High St., Harrlsvllle. • JAMES 
E. HEDRICK, Junior; 505 Michigan Ave., NItro. • EDWARD A. HEF- 
LIN, Freshman; Inwood. • SUSAN HEIMERT. Freshman; 48 Van- 
Doren Ave., Chatham, N.J. • DAVID O. HEISHMAN, Freshman; 



Warde 



Ille. 



4 ti. £iM^M 



Seventh Row: 

DWIGHT C. HELDRETH. Sophomore; 513 South Pike, Shlnnston. • 
VICKI L. HELFFERICH, Junior; R.D. I, Latrobe, Pa. • THOMAS R. 
HENDERSHOT, Freshman; 30 Cedar St., Marcus Hook, Pa. • NINA 
C. HENDERSON. Sophomore; 317 Duddlng Ave., Hurricane. • DAVID 
M. HENDRICKSON, Freshman; 807 Bauer Ave., Charleston. 



Eighth Row: 

C. DANIEL HENRY, Freshman; Route 4, Box 161, Morgantown. • 

JENNY SUE HENRY, Sophomore; 1712 Fifteenth Ave., Parkersburg. 

• CAROLYN J. HENSON, Junior; 501 Second Ave., So. Charleston. 

• SHERMAN E. HENSON, Junior; II Burkham Court, Wheeling. 

• CAROL J. HEPNER, Junior; 80 Armstrong St., Romney. 



Ninth Row: 

FRANK M. HEREFORD, Freshman; Rt. 4, Box 347, Charleston. • MI- 
CHAEL J. HERMAN, Sophomore; 514 Stratton St., Logan. • MAR- 
GARET A. HERRICK, Sophomore; 907 Park Ave., New Martinsville. 
• CHARLES R. HERRON, Sophomore; Holden. • JAMES B. HESS, 
Junior; Shlnnston. 



Tenth Row: 

JAMES W. HESS, Freshman; 1383 Locust Ave., Fairmont. • RICK D. 
HESSE. Sophomore; Favettevllle. • PAUL R. HETZER, JR., Freshman; 
713 Tomlinson Ave.. Glen Dale. • PATRICIA M. HEVENER, Sopho- 
more; Arbovale. • EDGAR H. HICKMAN. Junior; 430 Old Gulph 
Rd.. Narberth, Pa. 



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UNDERGRADUATES 



F;rst Row: 

JAMES R. HICKMAN, Junior; 54 Traugh Ave., Salem. • RICHARD 
R. HIGGINS, Junior: 406 Taney Ave.. Frederick, Md. • JUDY C. 
HIGHTOWER, Sophomore; Box 633. Gary. • G. RICHARD HIGIN- 
BOTHAM, Junior; Forest Hills, Fairmont. • THOMAS L. HILDE- 
BRAND, Junior; Rt. 2, Box 48'!, St. Albans. 



Second Row: 

JO A. HILDRETH, Freshm 
Freshman: 1214 Grosscup 
Sophomore: 185 Winches' 
HIME5, Freshman; 50 CI 
HIMMER, Sophi 



Fall 



; Rt. I. Buckhannon, • MARIAN E. HILL, 
vve., Dunbar. • WILLIAM K. HILLNER, 

Ave.. Staten Island, N.Y. • TYRON P. 
eland Ave., Buckhannon. • RONALD G. 

Church, Va. 



Third Row: 

JOHN W. HINA, Sophomore; 1657 Gilbert Dr., Mayfield Hts., Ohio. 
• DOTTIE K. HINKLE, Sophomore; Mozer. • NANCY A. HISER. 
Freshman; Franklin. • JACQUELINE L. HITCHNER, Sophomore; 69 
Wayne Rd., Bridgeton. N.J. • PATRICIA C. HOBLITZELL, Freshman; 
1900 20th St., Parkersburg. 



Fourth Row: 

MIRIAM W. HODGES, Freshman; 212 Virginia Ave., Clarksburg. 
• SHIRLEY A. HOENER, Freshman; 636 5. 22nd, puincy, ill. • JANE 
B. HOERRNER. Junior; 385 Sherwood Rd., Union, N.J. • ROBERT A. 
HOFFBERGER, Sophomore: 5804 Beverley Rd., Brooklyn, N.Y. • AL- 
BERT L. HOFFMAN, JR., Freshman; 325 Point St., Clarksburg. 



Fifth Row: 

SUSAN A. HOFSTETTER. Sophomore; 304 Wilson Ave.. Morgantown. 

• HAMPTON W. HOGE, JR., Junior; 702 Frantz Ave,, Mullens. 

• FRAN C. HOGGARD. Sophomore; 105 Jo'Ann Dr., Portsmouth, 
Va. • SUE A. HOLBERT. Junior; 128 Locust Ave., Spencer. • MARY 
L. HOLLAND, Sophomore; 103 Main St., Ripley. 



Sixth Row: 

JUDY N. HOLLINNGSWORTH, Junior; 5914 Bryant Ct., Pittsburgh. 
• LYNN D. HOLMES, Freshman; 206 S. Louisa Ave.. Wheeling. • 
ANNIE HOLT, Sophomore; 1237 Lyons Ave., Morgantown. • DIANA 
D. HOLTON, Sophomore; 854 Spring Rd.. Charleston. • WILLIAM 
T. HOMBERG, III, Junior; Charleston. 



Seventh Row: 

ANNA C. HOPKINS, Freshman; 600 Braxton St., Gassaway. • ROSE- 
MARY C. HORAN, Sophomore; 93 Handy Rd., Grosse Point Fa 
Mich. • CAROLYN R. HORNOR, Junior; 409 Stanley Ave., CI 
burg. • GEORGE L. HOSFIELD, Junior; 95 Narrumson Rd., Mi 
quaw. N.J. • CHARLES M. HOUCHINS. Sophomore; Fayette' 



Eighth Row: 

JAMES A. HOUCHINS, Freshman; Rt. 8, Alderson. • DEBORAH A. 
HOUGLAND, Freshman: 141 N. Central Ave., Canonsburg, Pa. • J. 
RODGER HOUSE. Freshman; 7 Everest Ave., St. Albans. • LARRY 
J. HOUSLEY, Bunior; 432 Old Farm Rd., Pittsburgh. • KAY L. 
HOUZE, Senior; 417 Pocohontas Ave., Morgantown. 



Ninth Row: 

ROCHELLE J. HOUZE, Freshman; 417 Pocol 
town. • WILMA J. HOWELL, Freshman; Rt. 2. 
K. HUDKINS. Sophomore; 214 Bedford St., Rav! 
LAS HUFF, Sophomore; 352 Locust St.. New ► 
LENE F. HUGHES. Freshman; 316 Mankin Ave 



Morgan- 
DELORIS 
3. DOUG- 
• CHAR- 



Tenth Row: 

FAYE C. HUGHES. Freshman; Rt. I. Farmington. • ROBERTS S. 
HUGHES, Freshman; 26 Leewood Park, Wheeling. • JOY D. HUM- 
PHRIES, Sophomore; 1414 Quarrier St., Charleston. • LINDA L. 
HUMPHRIES, Sophomore; 347 Washington Ave.. Clarksburg. • E. 
DAVID HUMPHREY, Junior; Box 732, Mullens. 



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UNDERGRADUATES 



First Row: 

PAUL L. HUNDLEY", Sophomore; Bo< 585. Ralnelle. • ANNE HUN- 
GERFORO. Freshman; Glasgow. • DIANE J. HUNTER. Junior; 55l'« 
N. I?th St., Arlington. Va. • LARRY E. HUTTON. Sophomore; 203 
Grant St.. Newell. • CHARLES R. HYLTON. III. Junior; 3?9 Kanada 
St.. Logan. 



Second Row: 

CLAUDIA A. IRWIN. Freshman; 915 N. Meadowcroft, Pittsburgh. Pa. 

• BRENDA K. ISAACS. Junior; 11442 Kansas Ave., Chesapeake. • 
BARBARA J. JACKSON. Sophomore; 3400 Elm St.. Parkersburg. • 
PAUL G. JACKSON. Freshman; 328 Holiday Dr., Pittsburgh. Pa. 

• LEO A. JACOBIN. Junior; 112 Bridge St., Monongah. 



Third Row: 

CAROLYN H. JACOBS. Freshman; 224 Lebanonn Ave.. Morgan- 
town. • DAVID F. JACOBS. Sophomore; 5764 Clark Ave.. Bethel 
Park. Pa. • FRANK J. JAGERSKI. JR.. Sophomore; 1116 Elmira Ave.. 
Monaca. Pa. • BENJAtvllN H. JAIvlES. Freshman; 1003 Neville St., 
Beckley. • MARY K. JAMES. Sophomore; Box 417. Crab Orchard. 



Fourth Row: 

MIMi JAMES, Freshman; 209 Bosworth St.. Philippi. • H. MARSHALL 
JARRETT. Freshman; 2020 Washington St.. Bluefield. • DAVID L. 
JOHNS, Freshman; 911 Sunset Dr., Bridgeport. • DEBORAH A. 
JOHNSON. 4202 Japonica Lane, Charleston. • E. PERRY JOHNSON, 
Sophomore; 901 Farms Dr., Fairmont. 



Fifth Row: 

LYNN S. JOHNSON, Sophomore; 140 Waitman St., Morgantowr. • 
RICHARD L. JOHNSON, Sophomore; Rt. #5, Box 148, Morgantown. 
• VIRGINIA R. JOHNSON. Sophomore. 443 Peebles St.. Pittsburgh. 
Pa. • WILLIAM R. JOHNSON. Freshman; 884 Chester Rd.. Cheverly, 
Md. • DAVID C. JONES. Sophomore; Fairmont. 



Sixth Row: 

JOHN R. JONES. Junior; 324 Rcsemont, Clarksburg. • KYLE 
JONES. Junor; 7223 Coolridge Rd.. Washington. D.C. • LINDA 
JONES. Junior; 2408 Eldersville Rd.. Follansbee. • TIMOTHY 
JONES. Junior; Marlinton. • MILLIAM A. JONES. Sophomore; 4 
Grand St.. Morgantown. 



Seventh Row: 

GEOFGE D. JOSLIN, Junior; 80 Muirfield Rd., Rockville, N.Y. • 

KENNETH R. JOY, Freshman; 916 Second Ave.. New Cumberland. 

• FRANK H. JULIAN. Sophomore; 4136 Ewalt Rd., Gibsonia, Pa. 

• STEWART E.JUNG. Freshman; 41 Mil-Acres Dr.. Wheeling. • WIL- 
LIAM T. KAISER. Junior; Wheeling. 



Eighth Row: 

G. BYRON KALLAM. Junior; 3512 Noyes Ave.. Charleston. • NANCY 
K. KALLAM. Sophomore; 3512 Noyes Ave.. Charleston. • DANIEL 
V. KALO. Junior; 174 Courtland Ave., Wheeling. • KAREN B. 
KAMINECK. Freshman; 12 WIndvale Dr.. Pittsburgh. Pa. • SUZANNE 
KANE. Freshman; I E. Garden Lane. Fairmont. 



Ninth Row: 

EDWARD S. KAPLAN. Junior; 5865 Alderson St.. Pittsburgh. Pa. • 
JOHN C. KAPSAROFF, Junior; 502 N. Peral St.. Albany. N.Y. • JOHN 
M. KARRAS. Freshman; 1106 Valley View. Wheeling. • NICK M. 
KARRAS. Junior; 1106 Valley View, Wheeling. • SONDRA G. KAUF- 
MAN, Freshman; Rt. #4. Box 174, Buckhannon. 



Tenth Row: 

MARY F. KAYUHA. Junior; 22 Austin. Wheeling. • DOUGLAS W. 
KEADLE. Junior; 2004 Piedmont Rd., Charleston. • THOMAS W. 
KEATON. Freshman; 113 Frank St.. Fayetteville. • BURTON C. 
KEEBLE. Sophomore; 514 Valley Rd., Charlottesville, Va. • JON A. 
KEESTER. Freshman, 17 Meade, Buckhannon. 



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UNDERGRADUATES 



First Row: 

MICHAEL B. KELLER, 
• GERALD W. KELLY, 
ARD C. KELLY, Junior; 
MONO. II, Sophomore 
KENAMOND, Sophomc 



-reshman; 710 North Queen St.. Martmsburg. 

Freshman; 301 Jarvis St., Charleston. • RICH- 
311 Tenth St., Elkins. • CHARLES F. KENA- 
60 Warwood Terrace, Wheeling. • NADA J. 

re; 138 Clearview Ave., Wheeling. 



Second Row: 

EARL G. KENDRICK, JR., Sophomore; 201 College Ave., Princeton. 
• JOHN E. KENNA, Freshman; 313 Scenic Dr., St. Albans. • KEITH 
S. KENNEDY, Freshman; 152 W. Mowry Rd., Monala, Pa. • WILLIAM 
F. KENNEDY, Junior; 115 Chingarora Ave., Kayfort, N.J. • WIL- 
LIAM L. KENNELL, Sophomore; 2300 MacCorkle, Charleston. 



Third Row: 

TOM KENNY. Sophomore; Pt. Pleasan 
more; 355 Rockaway Rd., Charleston 
Junior; 3 Grosscup Rd., Charleston. 
575 Sherman Ave., Waynesburg, Pa. 



• JAMES KERSHNER, Sopho- 
• CAROLYN M. KILCOLLIN, 

DAPHNA KILLEN, Freshman; 
' ANN C. KILLINGSWORTH, 



Sopho 



9391/2 W. Pike St., Clarksburg. 



Fourth Row: 

BRENDA L. KINCAID. Sophomore; Hansford. • SUE A. KINDEL- 
BERGER, Sophomore; 128 N. Eighteenth St., Wheeling. • SUSAN A. 
KING, Sophomore; 1343 N. State Route 2. New Martinsville. • BAR- 
BARA KINSEY, 108 Fairview Ave., McKees Rocks, Pa. • PATRICIA L. 
KINTNER. Sophomore; 35 Mulberry Ave., Garden City, N.Y. 



Fifth Row: 

GENE M. KIRAL, Freshman; Box 248, Southwest, Pa. • BARBARA L. 
KIRBY, Junior; P.O. Box 105, St. Albans. • M. BARBARA KIRK, Jun- 
ior; Rt. 3, Box 213, Fairmont. • MARTHA B. KIRKWOOD, Junior; 
Box 384, Charlton Heights. • GARY W. KIRR, Junior; 331 E. Pike St., 
Canonsburg. Pa. 



Sixth Row: 

KENNETH A. KISSELL. Junior; RD I. Moundsville. • RICHARD B. 
KLASS, Sophomore; 6304 Harrpton Blvd., Norfolk. Va. • CHAR- 
LOTTE A. KLAUS, Junior; Box 527, Beckley. • FRED L. KLEIN, Fresh- 
man; 1952 Foley Ave.. Parkersburg. • MARY F. KNAPP, Sophomore; 
2109 21st St., Nitro. 



Seventh Row: 

JACGUARD L. KNIGHT. JR.. Freshman; Charlton Heights. • JOSEPH 
L. KNIGHT. Sophomore; 1 108 East Pike St.. Shinnston. • THEODORE 
W. KOKOCHAK, Freshman; Box 182, RD I, Weirton. • EVANTHIA 
K. KOSTAKOS, Sophomore; 310 Buffalo St., Elkins. • ALAN M. KRA- 
VITZ. Sophomore; 333 W. State St., Trenton. N.J. 



Eighth Row: 

WILLIAM C. KREILING, Sophomore; 5529 Hillen Rd.. Baltimore. Md. 

• THOMAS V. KREITZER, Junior; 153 N. Eighteenth St., Wheeling. 

• JOHN R. KRIEGER, Freshman; 6285 Aracoma Rd., Huntington. 

• MICHAEL KRUGER, Junior; 1805 N. Madison St., Arlington, Va. 

• LOIS R. KUHN, Sophomore; Route 3, Mannington. 



Ninth Row: 

CLYDE L. KUNST. Sophomore; Route I, Grafton. • ELIZABETH L. 
KUYKENDALL, Junior; Route 9, Box 341, Morgantown. • F. DWIGHT 
LACY. Sophomore; 102 Cardinal Place, Fairmont. • CAROLYN K. 
LADD, Sophomore; 814 Jeff Ave., Huntington. • DOUGLAS J. 
LADI5H, Sophomore; 711 Virginia St., So. Charleston. 



Tenth Row: 

EDWARD W. LAMPTON, Junior;. 1003 Edgewood Dr., Charleston. 
• JUNIOR H. LANDIS, Junior; 1798 Union St., Fairmont. • CHRIS- 
TINE LANGFiTT. Sophomore; 1511 Grosscup Ave., Dunbar. • BARRY 
F. LARSON, Sophomore; 308 Lee St., Glen Dale. • WILLIAM J. 
LASH. Freshman; 693 Warwood Ave.. Wheeling. 



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UNDERGRADUATES 



Pint Row: 

LEE A. LAWSON. Freshman; M36 Pcniaw Dr., Fairmont. • MARTHA 
I, LAWSON. Sophomore; 313 Dodd St., Middlebourne. • SARAH D. 
LAWSON, Junior; 313 Dodd St.. Flddlebourne. • DENNIS E. 
LAWTHER. Sophomore; Box 504. Manor. Pa. • FLOYD E. LEASEBURG. 
Sophomore; Rt. I. Bo« 300, Clarksburg. 



Socond Row: 

DALE A. LEATHERMAN. Freshman; Fall.nq Wjtcrs. • ELIZABETH 
A. LEATHERMAN. Sophomore; Morgansvllle. • EDWARD A. 
LEBOV/IT2, Freshman; 160 Huntington Terrace. Newark, N.J. • 
JAMES B. LEE, Sophomore; 700 Pocahontas Ave., Ronceverle. • 
BRUCE A. LEECH, JR., Junior; 2301 Windham, South Charleston. 



Third Row: 

ROYCE A. LEESON, Sopho 
• VELMA J. LEGG, Sophor 
LEHMAN, Junior; Madera. P 
708 Mt. Vernon Ave., Falrmor 
Foxboro Dr.. Monroevllle, Pa. 



■ore; 1236 Peacock Lane, Fairmont. 
ore; Box 617, Drcnnen, • JOHN L. 
. • MARGARET L. LEHMAN. Junior; 
. • JUDY A. LEKAWA. Freshman; 62 



Fourth Row: 

H. LYNN LEMASTERS, Junior; 916 Mathews Ave., Charleston. • 
CHARLES L. LEONARD. II. Freshman; Kerens Hill, Elklns .• LYNN 
0. LERNER. Sophomore; 351 Tyler Ave.. Clarksburg. • ELEANOR E. 
LESLIE, Freshman; Shawnee Hills, Wheeling. • STEPHEN H. LEVINE 



Jun 



1416 Northgate Rd., Washington, D.C. 



Fifth Row: 

LUCIEN G. LEWIN, Freshman; 351 Spruce St., Morgantown. • 
DONALD W. LEWIS, Junior; 407 Cunningham St., St. Albans. • 
JOYCE L. LEWIS. Freshman; Rt. I, Box 2I7A. Fartlnsburg. • JUDITH 
R. LEWIS, Sophomore; 500 Porter Ave., Scottdale. Pa. • PATRICIA 
M. LEWIS, Sophomore; 515 Grand St.. Morgantown. 



SIXTH Row: 

RALPH W. LEWIS. Sophomore; 515 Grand St., Morgantown. • GARY 
T. LILLY. Junior; Beckley. • LARRY J. LILLY, Junior; Ravenclltf. • 
ANITA L. LILYA, Freshman; 308 Lynn Ave., Weston • MARY E. 
LINDSAY. Freshman; 1901 Washington Ave.. Parkersburg. 



SEVENTH ROW: 

BARBARA A. LIPSCOMB. Junior; Box 354, Bellngton. • DICK 
LITTKE, Fresnman; 611 Rosemont Ave., Charleston. • L. GAYE LITZ, 
Junior; 2630 Belvue, Bluefleld. • MARIE O. LIVINGSTON. Sophomore; 
35 W. Craig St., Unlontown. • C. BARTON LOAR, Junior; Rt. 9, 
Box 33, Morgantown. 



Eighth Row: 

THOMAS H. LOCKER, Sophomore; Rua Plratlnlnga 36, Gavea, Rio 
de Janeiro. Brazil. • SUSAN E. LOGSTON. Sophomore; 922 Grant 
St., Newall. • MARY E. LONGHORN. Sophomore; 109 Preston Dr.. 
Plattevllle. Wis. • NICHOLAS B. L02AN0. Sophomore; 1103 
Livingston Ave., Charleston. • CARL A. LUCAS, JR.. Freshman; 
Box 390, Beckley. 



Ninth Row: 

DAVID G. LUCAS. Junior; Box 85. Shepherdstown. • DONALD L. 
LUCAS, Junior; III Arlington Ave.. Charleston. • KENNETH R. 
LUCAS. Junior; 309 Riverside Walk. Penns Grove, N.J. • LENORE 
V. LUCAS, Freshman; 1218 Tenth Ave., Huntington. • SHARON K. 
LUCHSINGER. Freshman; 150 Wagner Road. Morgantown. 



TENTH ROW: 

ROBERT L. LUDWIG. Freshman; 412 Bridge St.. Ripley. • DAVID E. 

LYNCH. Junior; 2205 Hess Ave., Wheeling. • JANICE C. LYNCH. 

Junior; 356 Center St., Bridgeport. • JOCELE L. LYNCH, Junior; 

745 Wlllowdaie Rd.. Morgantown. • JON A. McBRIDE, Junior; 

Sprague, 



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JAMES W. McCALL, Junior 


: Follansl 


Dee. • LINDA G, 


Ml 


:CLEL- 


LAND, Sophomore: 


Box 417 


, Mounds 


ville. • MEREDITH 


A 


,. Mc- 


CLELLAND. Freshtna 


n: 231 1 


_ee Ave,. 


Horseheads. N.Y. 


• 


TERRY 


E. McCREARY, Soph 


lomore; 1 


8 Oak A-. 


re.. Moundsville. • 


REBECCA 


A, McCUF, Junior; 


1410 Me 


adowcrest 


Dr., Charleston. 






Second Row: 












SALLY B. McCUE. 


Sophomc 


)re: 3480 


Roseland Ave., Par 


kei 


■sburg. 


• GARY L. McCULLOUGH, 


Sophomo 


re; 108 McDougal Di 




Penns- 


boro. • JACK J. 


McCULLOUGH, 


Freshman; 45 Sheld 


on 


Park, 


Natrona Heights, Pa 


. • LUSTER C. McCUTCHEON, Soph 




ore; 2 


Holly Dr., Gaithersb 


urg, Md. 


• ALICIA A. McDonald, f 


^re: 


ihman; 


R^2, Box 82A, Jane I 


.ew. 











Third Row: 

CANDACE McDonald. Freshman; 231 Locust Ave.. Fairmont. • 
HEATHER L. McDONALD, Junior; R.D. #1, Bulger, Pa. • LYNDA 
S. McDowell, Junior; Summersville. • PAMELA A. McDOWELL, 
Sophomore; 930 Garden St., Charleston. • SUE A. McGRANER, 
Sophomore; I3I41/2 Grosscup, Dunbar. 



Parkersburg. 



Third Row: 

JOHN M. McGUIRE, Freshman; 1610 Dew 
JUDY E. McGUIRE, Sophomore; 135 Waitman St., Morgantown. 
• kOBERT B. McHENRY, Junior; 1714 Oak St., Parkersburg. • NORA 
J. MclNTIRE. Junior; R#l. Box 334, Elkview. • WILLIAM E. MclNTIRE, 
Sophomore: 514 Lloyd St., Summersville. 



Fourth Row: 

SHARON MclNTYRE, Sophomore; 1216 Elmhurst, Weirton. 
DOUGLAS E. McKINNEY. Junior; Pineville. • SHARUN 
McLaughlin. Freshman; 612 E. Mahoning St., Punvsutawney, Pa. 
LINDA C. McMORROW. Junior; Box 861. Montgonery. • SUE 
McMULLIN, Freshman; 709 Parkway. Bluefield. 



Sixth Row: 

KATHLEEN E. McNAMEE, Freshman; 524 Fourth St., Monongahela, 
Pa. • LANTY F. McNEEL. Junior; Hillsboro. • SUSAN L. McNEIL, 
Junior; Romney. • CHARLES H. McQUADE, Junior; Richwood. • 
PATRICIA E. McQUAOE, Sophomore; Richwood. 



Seventh Row: 

COLLEEN P. McQuillan, Junior; 340 Wilson St.. Clarksburg. 

• JOHN R. McWHORTER, Freshman; 115 Waverly Yay, Clarksburg. • 
RONALD D. MACE, Sophomore; 1033 Latrobe St., Parkersburg. • 
ANTHONY J, MADDOX. Junior; 290 Falling Run Rd.. Morgantown. 

• LAWRENCE MAGID, Sophomore; Jersey City, N.J. 



Eighth Row: 

MITCHELL N. MAHAFFEY. Sophomore; R.D. #1, Fredericktown, 
• DAVID C. MAHAN. Junior; 8 Charleston Ave.. Morgantown. 
DAVID J. MAHONEY, Freshman; Garden City. Long Island, N.Y. 
TONY C. MAJESTRO, Kimball. • ALLAN T. MALLORY, Junior; 
N. Ave., Dunbar. 



Ninth Row: 

JAMES E. MALONE. Freshman; 1007 Highland Rd.. Charleston. • 
PATRICIA L. MANCHIN. Freshman; Farmington. • VERONICA E. 
MANCINO, Sophomore: 220 N. Chestnut St., Clarksburg. • GEORGE 
A. MANGUS. Junior; 205 Highland Ave., S. Charleston. • MARGARET 
MANN. Sophomore; II Vest Place. Oakmont Rd., Charleston. 



Tenth Row: 

ALICE M. MANNING, Freshman; 812 Price St.. Morgantown. • 
CHARLES E. MANNING. Freshman; P.O. Box 453. Follansbee. • 
DOROTHY E. MANNING, Junior; 812 Price St., Morgantown. 
• DONALD M. MAN20, Junior; Parkersburg. • JOSEPH A. 
MARCINEK, Junior; 310 Conner Blvd., Masontown, Pa. 



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Pint Row: 

NORMAN MARK, Sophomore; 207 Sloncway Lone, Merion, Pa. • 

LAWRENCE E. MARKEY. Freshman; 'til W. Fourth Ave.. Paden City. 

• JOAN G. MARKHAM, Sophomore; 8M Scenic Dr.. Charleiton. 

• JOHN L. MARRA, Freshman; 317 Elmhurst, Morgantown. • 
GEORGE W. MARSHALL, Sophonnore; Wt, Kent Way, Welrton. 



Second Row: 

CAROLYN L. MARTIN, Junior; TO8 Garrison Ave., Morgantown. • 
DANIEL O. MARTIN, Sophomore; 1729 Louden Hqts. Rd., Charles- 
Ion. • GLORIA T. MARTIN, Sophomore; Romney. • HUGH M. 
MARTIN, Sophomore; Box 33, Lost Creek, • JOHN C, MARTIN, JR., 
Junior; 1812 Biqiey Ave., Charleston. 



Third Row: 

JOHN E. MARTIN, JR„ Junior; Charles Town. • JOHN F. MARTIN, 
Junior; 210 White Bell Circle, Wellsburg. • JOHN P. MARTIN. Jun- 
ior; I30V2 Wright Ct.. Clarksburg. • MARYELLEN R. MARTIN, Fresh- 
man; 620 McKinlcy Ave., Morgantown. • RAY A. MARTINELLI, Sopho- 
more; 104 Deya St., Wcirton. 



Fourth Row: 

JOHN H. MASENHEIMER, Freshman; 504 S. Franklin St., Hanover, 

Pa. • WILLIAM H. MASON, Sophomore; 1012 Moran Ave., Mullens. 

• MARION C. MASSINOPLE, Junior; 1015 Woodlawn Ave.. Beckley. 

• MARILYN A. MATHENY. Junior; 1435 22nd St., Parkersburg. • 
MAYES D. MATHEWS, Sophomore; Cameron. 



Fifth Row: 

JOHN A. MATHIAS, JR., Freshman; Mooretield. • ROBERT L. 
MATHIS, Freshman; Charleston. • NICOLINE MATIJEVICH, Fresh- 
man; 253 Wetjel St., Weirton. • LINDA J. MATTHEWS, Sophomore; 
122 Ridenour St., Clarksburg. • MARTHA J. MAHINGLY, Sophomore; 
2215 Oakdale Ave., So. Charleston. 



Sixth Row: 

PATRICIA A. MAUK. Sophomore; 1234 Swearinger Rd., Weirton. • 
ISAAC H. MAXWELL, III, Sophomore; Box 218, Lost Creek. • MARY 
A. MAYER, Sophomore; 128 Dodge Court, Clarksburg. • MARY A. 
MAYKUTH, Sophomore; 207 West Church, Masontown. Pa. • CAROL 
A. MAYLE, Junior; 381 Laurel St., Morgantown. 



Seventh Row: 

WILLIAM R. MAYNE, Junior; 3909 Noyes Ave., Charleston. • GARY 
R. MAZZA, Sophomore; 2459 Grand Ave., Niagara Falls, N.Y. • 
FRANK J. MAZZET, JR., Junior; 123 Pennsylvania Ave., Nutter Fort. • 
EDDIE M. MEADOWS, Freshman; b Vine St., Charleston. • JOHN O. 
MEADOWS. Sophomore; 829 Poplar St., St. Albans. 



Eighth Row: 

NANCY M. MEADOWS, Freshman; 1401 S. Ocean Dr., Ft. Lauderdale. 
Fla. • J. ROBERT MEHALL, Junior; 4229 Brooke St., Weirton. • 
LOLETA M. MELTON, Junior; 1200 Harper Rd., Beckley. • SUSAN M. 
MELVIN, Freshman; 253 Caryl Dr., Pittsburgh, Pa. • GEORGE T. 
MENAS, Sophomore; 3861 Marion Ave., Weirton. 



Ninth Row: 

ESTA M. MENSORE, Freshman; 234 North St., New Martinsville. • 

DAVID L. MERINAR, Freshman; Wheeling. • PAUL T. MEYERS. 

Sophomore: 542 Elknud Lane. Johnstown, Pa. • JANE K. MICHAEL. 

Sophomore; Marlinton. • JEAN E. MICHAEL, Freshman; Box S95, 

Farmington. 



Tenth Row: 

M. BLANE MICHAEL, Sophomore; Antloch. • RALPH M. SHAW, 
Sophomore; 63 W. Jefterson, Morgantown. • WILLIAM H. MICHEL. 
Junior; 27 Maple Ave., Morgantown. • JEFFREY L. MILES, Junior; 
19 Haddale Ave.. Wheeling. • VICKI R. MILES, Sophomore; 611 
Second Ave., Montgomery. 



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First Row: 

BEVERLY A. MILLER, Sophomore; 1205 West Ave., Charleston. • 
IRVIN A. MILLER, Sophomore; 727 Mulberry, Clarksburg. • JOSEPH 
C. MILLER, JR., Junior; 726 Stradone Rd., Cyanyd, Pa. • KATHY J. 
MILLER, Junior; 207 N. Maple Ave., Martinsburg. • LARRY D. 
MILLER, Sophomore; Smithville Heights. 



Second Row: 

LINDA L. MILLER, Junior; Bruceton Mills. • MARGARET A. MILLER, 
Freshman; R.D. #1, New Cumberland. • MARSHALL S. MILLER, 
Sophomore; Bluefield. • MILDRED L. MILLER, Sophomore; Alderson. 
• SUE A. MILLER, Sophomore; 420 Clark St., Shinnston. 



Third Row: 










TRECLA MILLER, Freshman; In 


woo 


d. • 


CAROL A. MILLETTE, Sopho- 


more; 37 Orowac Ave., Islip, 


N.Y 


• 


<ATHY MILROY, Junior; 83 E 


Walnut St., Richwood. • DEBORAH 


f. 


MILLS, Sophomore; 141 


Hickory Rd., Charleston. • JOAN L. 


MILLS, Freshman; MacArthur 


Fourth Row: 










JUDITH B. MILLS, Freshman; 


Box 


432, 


Bluefield. • MARY J. MIN- 


NEY, Junior; R #4, Bov 283, 


Par 


ersb 


jrg. 


• BECKY S, MITCHELL, 


Junior; 301 W. McDonald Ave 


, M 


an. • 


MARY E. MITCHELL, Junior: 


502 Stanley Ave., Clarksburg. 


• 


'ATRICIA 


A. MOLLOHAN, Junior; 


100 Mollohan Dr., Beckley. 










Fifth Row: 










PAUL S. MOLLOHAN, Junior 


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antsv 


ille. 


• DAVID G. MOMEYER 


Junior; 912 Grandview Ave., Gree 


sbur 


3 Pa 


• MARY V. MONDALA 


Sophomore; 1123 N. Milwau 


ee 


Ave. 


Ch 


icago. III. • LINDA E 


MONINGER, Sophomore; R.D 


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e. Pa. • ALEXANDER M 


MOORE, Freshman; 49 Abne 


C 


rcle. 


Cha 


leston. 



Sixth Row: 

ELIZABETH K. MOORE, Sophomore; 1614 Ridgeview Dr., Charleston. 
• MICHAEL E. MOORE, Junior; 1532 Lee St., Charleston. • ROBERT 
K. MOORE, Sophomore; 915 West Second St., Louisville, Ky. • 
THOMAS B. MOORE, Junior; Morris Ave., Shinnston. • THOMAS M. 
MOORE, Junior; 1614 Ridgeview Dr., Charleston. 



Seventh Row: 

JOHN M. MORAN, JR., Junior; Burnsville. • WILLIAM R. MOREL, 
Junior; 32 Greenwood Ave., Wheeling. • CAROLINE T. MORGAN, 
Freshman; Club Crest Rd., Fairmont. • DIANA M. MORGAN, Junior; 
615 Oliver Ave., Fairmont. • FREDERICK H. MORGAN, Freshman; 
230 Ashby Ave., Charleston. 



Eighth Row: 

DAVID B, MORRIS, Freshman; Allen Junction. • H. ALAN MORRIS, 
Junior; Charleston. • JAY H. MORRIS, Junior; Bridgeville ,Pa. • 
DIANE R. MORRISON, Sophomore; 108 Delafield Ave., Staten Island, 
N.Y. • SAM R. MORRISON, Freshman; Box 338, Sutton. 



Ninth Row: 

CLARENCE R. MORTIMER, Jun 
D. MORTON, Sophomore; Ron 
Junior; Ninth St., Williamstown 
310 Rebel Dr., Webster Springs. 



; 3320 York St., Weirton. • BETTY 
/erte. • MICHAEL R. MORTON, 
> PATRICIA A. MORTON, Junior; 
BETTY M. MOSS, Freshman; R #2, 



Tenth Row: 

YVONNE G, MOSSE, Sophomore; 116 Swartz St. • MORRIS E. 
MOWERY, JR., Junior; ICOO William St., Parkersburg. • NANCY M. 
MOWERY, Sophomore; Franklin. • DIANE S. MROCZAK, Sophomore; 
257 Hickory Lane, Mountainside, N.J. • THEODORE E. MULLEN, JR.,' 
Junior; 4606 Country Club Blvd., South Charleston. 



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Flrit Row: 

SARA A. MULLETT, Freshman; R:dqe Road, Library. Pa. • DAVID L. 
MULLIGAN, Sophomore; 714 Barbara St., New Cumberland. Pa. • 
RANDOLPH C. MULLINS, Freshman; R #2, Bluefleld. • PATRICIA 
A, MUMMEY, Junior; 22! Grandview, Pitman, N.J. • ROBERT A. 
MUKHMEY, Freshman; 221 Grandview, Pitman. N.J. 



Second Row: 

MARILYN S. MUNCHMEYER, Junior; 2317 Oak St., Parlersburq. • 
MEREDITH P. MUNDY, Freshman; .4515 Ravine Rd., Charleston. • 
BONNIE MUNROE, Freshman; P.O. Bok 767, Martinsville. Va. 
• JOHN J. MURPHY, Junior; Maple Lake. Bridgeport. • JUDITH A. 
MYERS, Sophomore; Route 3, Berkeley Springs. 



Third Row: 

LARRY A. MYERS, Juriior; 825 Fairview Ave., Parkersburq. • NANCY 

L. MYRES, Junior; 169 Dutch Rd.. Charleston. • ERIC H. MYRL4ND. 

Junior; 2008 Seventh St.. Parkersburg. • CHARLES J. NAPIER, JJnlor; 

Williamson. • WARREN S. NAPIER. Sophomore; P.O. Box 24, 

Rainelle. 



Fourth Row: 

FRANCIS A. NARDELLA. Junior; 1320 N. 24th St., Clarksburg. • 
ADOLPH A. NEIDERMEYER, Sophomore; Box 496, Benwood Hill, 
Benwood. • ROBERT V. NELSON; Route 28, Cabins. • PETER A. 
NERI, III, Junior; 612 Vermont Ave., Fairmont. • GALE M. NESIUS. 
Freshman; 72 Wilson Ave., Morgantown. 



Fifth Row: 

JANE M. NESIUS, Freshman; 72 Wilson Ave.. Morgantown. • JOHN 
W. NEWTON, Freshman; Box 106 Bethany Pike. Wellsburg. • SHARON 
L. NIBERT, Sophomore; Apple Grove. • SUSAN E. NICHOLAS. 
Freshman; 5906 Fifth Rd., Arlington, Va. • JAMES C. NICHOLS. 
Sophomore; Park Ave., Beverly, N.J. 



Sixth Row: 

ANDREA J. NIEHAUS, Sophomore; 19 Forest Rd., Wheeling. • 
LINDA A. NIXON, Freshman; 954 28th St., Parkersburg. • ROBERT 
B. NOLAND, Freshman; 600 Commerce St., Wellsburg. • CHARLES 
D. NORDECK, Junior; 510 State Ave.. Terra Alta. • WILLIAM G. 
NORMAN, JR., Freshman; 106 Cardinal Place, Fairmont. 



Seventh Row: 

CHARLES W. NORTEMAN. Sophomore; 47 Romney Rd.. Wheeling. • 
HERBERT H. NOTTINGHAM, JR., Junior; 4101 Noyes Ave.. Charles- 
ton. • W. JOSEPH NUHFER, Sophomore: Box 93, Cabin Creek. • 
ROBERT O. NULL, Sophomore; 161 Circle Dr., Weirton. • NANCY L. 
NUNN, Sophomore; Garretts Bend. 



Eighth Row: 

DAVID A. NURMI, Junior; 3813 Marland Heights Rd., Weirton. • 
JERRI A. OBRIEN, Sophomore; 940 So. Walnut St., St. Albans. • 
MARY K. ODELL, Freshman; Fairview. • SHEILAH C. O'FARRELL. 
Junior; 2001 Ouarrler St., Charleston. • JAMES G. OLIVERIO, 
Freshnan; 2115 Goff Ave., Clarksburg. 



Ninth Row: 

RAY A. OLIVERIO. Junior; 503 Hornor Ave.. Clarksburg. • SAMUEL 
R. OLIVERIO, Sophomore; Sta. C, Box 74. Clarksburg. • JUDY 
OLSON, Junior; Morgantown. • MARY M. OLVER. Sophomore; 
5210 Washington Ave., Charleston. • MICHAEL O'MALLEY, Junior; 
519 Jefferson, Morgantown. 



Tcnfh Row: 

JAMES E. ONEACRE Freshman; 1100 Russell Ave., New Martinsville. 
• JEANNINE L. ONEIL, Junior; 407 Roane Ave., Clarksburg. • 
POLLY A. O'NEILL, Junior; 79 Chapel Rd.. Wheeling. • PHILIP 
S. ORLANSKY, Freshman; 4014 Palisades Dr., Weirton, • VICKl J. 
ORLER, Junior; 114 N. 19th St., Wheeling. 



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First Row: 

J. KEVIN ORR, Freshman; 100 Avondale Rd., Fairmont. • BYRON M. 
OTT, Junior; 2124 Seventeenth St., Parkersburg. • ROBERT F. PACK. 
Sophomore; 240 Edgingfon Lane, Wheeling. • STEVEN L. PAGE, 
Sophomore: R.F.D. I, Williamstown. • EUGENE F. PALCIC, Junior; 
100 Jenny Lane, V/eirton. 



Second Row: 

JOSEPH P. PANETTA, Freshman; 4808 Kanawha Blvd., Charleston. • 
ROBERT J. PARENTO, Junior; McMecken. • ANTHONY J. PARIS, 
Junior; 509 Kensington Ave.. Star City. • JUDITH E. PARK, Freshman; 
I South Center Ave.. Mt. Hope. • MICHAEL F. PARKER, Freshman; 
1003 19th Street, Parkersburg. 



Third Row: 

DON E. PARKINSON, Sophomore; R.D. #2, Waynesburg, Pa. • 
STEPHEN R. PARKINSON, Junior; Martinsburg. • PATSY K. 
PARRISH, Sophomore; 9388 Coleman Ave.. Fairmont. • LILA K. 
PARSONS, Junior; Moorefield. • ROBERT E. PARSONS, Sophomore; 
409 Monroe St., Fairmont. 



Fourth Row: 

GEORGE L. PARTAIN. Junior; Logan. • SUSAN M. PAHERSON 
Sophomore; 1222 Locust Ave., Fairmont. • SUSANNEJ. PAHERSON, 
Sophomore; Mt. Hope. • PATRICIA A. PATTI, Sophomore; 609 
Richland Ave., Wheeling. • JAMES D. PATTON, Junior; 263 Willow- 
dale Rd., Morgantown. 



Fifth Row: 

RICHARD E. PAUL, Sophomore; 19 Lincoln 
ROBERT M. PAUL, Sophomore; I08N Louisi. 
IVA FAYE PAULEY, Freshman; Charleston. 
Freshman; 417 Cedar St., Morgantown. • 



Juni< 



; 225 Staunton Av 



. South Charleston. 



Ave., Jeannette, Pa. • 
ia Ave., Martinsburg. • 
' L. TRENTON PAULEY, 
RICHARD L. PAULEY, 



Sixth Row: 

ROBERT H. PAULL, Freshman; 1606 Pleasant Ave., Wellsburg. • 
ELIZABETH S. PAYNE, Sophomore; 24 Main St., Shinnston. • RONALD 
G. PEARSON, Junior; 1619 Edgeway Dr., Fairmont. • STEPHEN A. 
PECK, Sophomore; 6 Chamberlain Ct., Charleston. • CAROL J. 
PEDERSEN, Sophomore; 43 Blackrock Rd., Yardley, Pa. 



Seventh Row: 

ANTHONY D. PELLEGRINE, Sophomore; Fredericktown, Pa. • 
CARMEN J. PELLEGRINO, Freshman; 210 Andenson St., Bridgeport. • 
JANET L. PELUSO, Junior; 416 Beechurst Ave.. Morgantown. • 
VIRGINIA L. PERRINE, Junior; Box 23 Cowen. • THOMAS J. PERRY, 
Sophomore; 236 S. 12th St., Welrton. 



Eighth Row: 

ROSE V. PETITTO, Sophomore; 417 Linden St., Morgantown. • SAM E 
PETROS. Freshman; 320 Jefferson Ave., Wheeling. • FRANK L. 
PETRYSZAK, Freshman; 145 Hoffman Ave., Morgantown. • DANIEL 
M. PETTREY, Junior; 112 S. 5th St., Clarksburg. • HERBERT E 
PETTY, Junior; 519 Pike St., Parkersburg. 



Ninth Row: 

CAROL A. PHILLIPS, Junior; 436 Oakland St., Morgantown • 
EDISOW B. PHILLIPS. Sophomore; 272 S. Wash St.. Waynesboro • 
JOSEPH C. PHILLIPS, Junior; Ambridge, Pa. • KENNETH A. PHIL- 
LIPS, Junior; 9 Second Ave., Ridgeley. • REBECCA S. PHILLIPS 
Freshman; 1644 Crestmont Dr., Huntington. 



Tenth Row: 

DANIEL D. PIERCE, Junior; 2940 Fa 
KARL O. PIERCE JR.. Junior; 1495 Ravin, 
JR.. Sophomore; RD. 4 Bello Vede 
PIGNETTI, Sophomore; 514 Taylor St.. I 



PILEGGE, Sopho 



312 S. High St., Morgantown. 



ew Ave., Parkersburg. • 
1 • RAYMOND E. PIERCE 
Wheeling. • PETER A. 
ensburg, Pa. • SUSAN E. 



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Fiitl Row: 

JOYCE R. PITCHFORO. Freshman; 201 Fifth St. Parsons. • JOANNA 
PnZER. Junior; 1055 Ninteeolh St.. Huntington. • JAt-IES G. 
PLATT, Freshman; 230 Parts Addition, Wellsburg. • MICHAEL 
PIALICHE, Junior; IB08 Spring St.. Parkersburg. • ELIZABETH V. 
POKRYWKA. Junior; 1020 South Wood Ave.. Linden, N.J. 



Second Row: 

SUSANNE E. PONEK, Sophomore; 379 Dunkard Ave.. Morganlown. • 
DWIGHT K. POOLE. Junior; 807 Filth St., St. I^aryi. • DIANA W. 
PORTER, Freshman; 1048 Bridge Rd.. Charleston. • MARLENE L. 
PORTER, Freshman; Salisbury, Md. • LINDA S. PORTERFIELD, 
Sophomore; 259 Oakwood Rd.. Charleston. 



Third Row: 

EDWARD H. POST, JR., Junior; 262B Bland Rd,, Bluefield. • ELIZA- 
BETH A. POWELL, Junior; 4 Sunset Dr.. Fairmont. • JOSEPH 0. 
PRETE, Junior; 503 Seventh Ave., Coraopolis, Pa. • VICTORIA A. 
PRIBBLE, Freshman; 316 Myles Ave., Pennsboro. • BEHY A. RICE. 
Junior; 409 Swarthmore Dr., Charleston. 



Fourth Row: 

NANCY L. PRIDE, Sophomore; Box 67, Cassville. • EDWARD S. 
PRITCHARD, Junior; 2250 Forest Circle, So. Charleston. • NANCY 
A. PRITT, Junior; 519 Yokum St., Elkins. • DOUGLAS E. PROPST, 
Freshman; 24 Bradford St., Charleston. • LINDA S. PROPST, Sopho- 
more; tvtaple Avenue, Franklin. 



Fifih Row: 

PATRICIA A. P'SltvlER. Freshman; 1404 Webster Rd., Summersville. • 
JOHN T. PUCKETT, Sophomore; Troutville. Va. • KATHLEEN M. 
PUCKETT. Freshman; 85 F. St. Carney's Point, N.J. • ELLEN E. 
PUGH. Sophomore; 145 Bolten St., Romney. • FRAYA J. PUGH. 
Sophomore; Slanesvllle. 



Sixth Row: 

MARY E. PUGH, Freshman; 127 English Rd.. Pt. Pleasant. • COLUtvl. 
BUS R. RADER, JR., Freshman; Spencer. • JACQUELINE K. RADER. 
Freshman; 420 Vine St. S.W.. So. Charleston. • SUSAN A. RADER, 
Sophomore; Box 324, Clendenln. • FRANK R. RAKES, Sophomore; 
Box 244, Beaver. 



Seventh Row: 

JAt^ES E. RALSTON, Sophomore; 7483 Church St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
CRAIG T. RAIvlEY, Sophomore; Route 2. Rox 83L, Martinsburg. 
JANICE LEE RANDOLPH, Sophomore; 24 Bates Rd.. Morgantown. 
STEPHEN E. RAWE, Sophomore: 785 Fifth St., New Martinsville. 
JANE REED, Junior; 1666 Parklinc St., Pittsburgh. 



Eighth Row: 

FREDDY JO REESE, Junior; Charleston. • GARY B. REEVES, Junior; 
440 Pennsylvania Ave., Morgantown. • GEORGE W. REEVES, III, 
Junior; 4906 Kanawha Ave., Charleston. • LARRY W. REEVES. 
F-eshman; Davln. • ROBERT A. REGER. Freshman; 2188 Indiana Ave., 
Nutter Fort. 



Ninth Row: 

JOHN W. REID, JR.. Freshman; 515 Duff St., Clarksbu.-g. • MARTHA 
C. REID. Freshman; Eelle. • SUSAN REITHER, Sophomore; M2 
Webster St., Westbury. N.Y. • KATHIE M. RESICK, Freshman; 
Summersville. • OTTO K. REUTER, Junior; Old Mill Rd.. Martinsburg. 



Tenth Row: 

JUDITH J. REVELL, Freshman; Box 260 R.D. I, Imperial. Pa. • PETER 
B. RICH, Freshman: 34 Shawnee Hills, Wheeling. • SUZANNE C. 
RICH, Freshman; 463 Hlllview Dr. • MARIANNE RICHARDSON, 
Junior; 513 E. Washington St., Lewisburg. • SUSAN T. RICHARDSON. 
915 Augusta. Bluefield. 









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First Row: 




WILLIAM F. RICHMOND JR.. Freshm 


an; 121 Spruce St., Beckley. • 


CAROLYN A. RIDER. Sophomore; B( 


ox 323, RD #1, Wheeling. • 


ELIZABETH J. RIDER, Junior; Long Vi 


je Acres, Wheeling. • JOYCE 


A. RIDGEWAY, Junior; Barrackville, 


. • KAREN L. RIDGEWAY, 


Junior; 106 Maple Ave., Wheeling. 





Second Row: 

JAMES E. RIFFE, Junior; 1 1 10 Park Ave., Charleston. • WILLIAM H. 
RIFFEE, Freshman; 3609 Brightway, Weirton. • SUE C. RIGGLE, 
Freshman; 322 Bailey Ave., Beckley. • JANET L. RIGGS, Freshman; 
Route 2, Box 10, Bridgeport. • MARTIN S. RIHEL, Freshman; 636 
Gilbert Ave., Follansbee. 



Third Row: 

MASON E. RILEY, Junior; 5516 Virginia / 
C. RINEHART, Junior; 4 Chestnut St., Lo< 
ROBBINS, Sophomore; 1438 20th St., 
ROBERTS, Junior; 49 Bishop St., Wheelii 
Sophomore; 909 College Ave., Morganto 



;harleston. • JEFFREY 
;en. Pa. • STUART M. 
rsburg. • DAVID S. 

JAMES A. ROBERTS, 



Fourth Row: 

MARGARET J. ROBERTSON, Junior; Kingwood. • ANNE E. ROBIN- 
SON, Freshman; 1320 Peacock La., Fairmont. • HELEN L. ROBINSON, 
Junior; Route 4, Elizabeth. • STANLEY E. ROBINSON, Junior; 300 
Ohio Ave., Nutter Fort. • ALBERT D. ROBRECHT, Freshman; Box 214, 
RD 2, Triadelphia. 



Fifth Row: 

HERBERT C. RICKWELL JR., Junior; Enterprise. • ROBERT L. 
RODENBAUGH, Freshman; Highland Park, Wheeling. • MICHAEL 
M. RODER, Sophomore; Rupert. • MARGARET M. ROLES, Sopho- 
more; Union. • BARBARA J. ROOT, Sophomore; 209 Washington St., 
Terra Alta. 



Sixth Row: 

JEAN ROSE, Junior; 200 Hillcrest St., Morgantown. • JON W. ROSE, 
Freshman; Clarksburg. • TED J. ROSE, Sophomore; 198 Hall Ave., 
Perth Amboy, N.J. • PHILIP E. ROSENTHAL, Junior; Box 546, 
Fredericktown, Pa. • CAROLE J. Ross, Junior; RD #3, Box 706, 
Uniontown, Pa. 



Seventh Row: 

DANIEL A. ROSS, Sophomore; 1424 37th St. N.W., Canton, Ohio. • 
WILLIAM R. ROSS, JR., Sophomore; 425 Lawnview Dr., Morgantown. • 
MARGARET S. ROSSI, Junior; Box 212, Cassville. • WILLIAM B. 
ROSSMAN JR., Junior; 4801 Kanawha Ave., Charleston. • DIANA G. 
ROTH, Freshman; 759 Chestnut Ridge Rd., Morgantown. 



Eighth Row: 

ANN ROUNDTREE, Sophomore; 600 Park Terrace, Holden. 
FRANCES A. ROWAND, Freshman; 80 East End Ave., Morgantown 
RAY M. ROWE, Junior; 1210 North Kensington St., Arlington, 
• WILLIAM H. RUBY, Junior; 220 Dwyer Lane, Lewisburg. 
JACQUELINE R. RUDAY, Sophomore; RD #2 Box 448, Brownsville, 



Ninth Row: 

KAREN L. RUDDLE, Junior; Franklin. • RICHARD G. RUFF, Junior 
72 Cornell Ave., Welch. • BETTY G. RULE, Sophomore; Gaule 
Bridge. • SHARON V. RULE, Sophomore; 126 Fifth St., Bridgeport. " 
SHERRY RUMBLE, Sophomore; 108 Meigs Ave., Clarksburg. 



Tenth Row: 

JACK J. RUSSELL, Sophomc 
JAMES W, RUTH, JR., Sopho 
LEE H. SABEL, Sophomore; I 
SACCANI, Junior; 1051 Sar 
SAMPLES, Junior; Hernshaw. 



467 Warr 
-e; 604 Box 
mont Farm 



St., Wesfbury, N.J. 



DANIEL B. 
GRACE E. 



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SHELIA J SANDY. Junior: Parkersburg. • MARY KAY SANTMIRE, 
Junior; IS50 Kensington Ave., BuHalo, N.Y. • CHRIS SARANDON, 
JR.. Junior: 317 Woodlawn Ave., Beckley. • DAVID E. SAnERFIELO, 
Sophomore: P.O. Box 817. Morqanlown, • KATHRYN E. SAUVAGEOT. 
Junior: 1130 Mulberry Cr., Charleston. 



Second Row: 

WILLIAM A, SAUVAGEOT. Freshman: 1130 Mulberry Cr.. Charleston. 
• MYRA L. SAVi^YERS. Freshman: 941 Mathews Ave.. Charleston. • 
FRED S. SCANGO, Sophomore: 3 Jamison, Unlonlown. Pa. • P. JACK 
SCHAD, Sophomore: ^33 S. Kentucky Ave., Martinsburq. • JANET 
L. SCHMEICHEL. Junior: 9 Rockledge Rd.. Vl^heellng. 



Third Row: 

BARRIE M. SCHNEIDER. Freshman: 3824 Virginia Ave.. Charleston. • 
CHARLES J. SCHUSTER. Freshman; 228 S. Walnut, Morgantown. • 
SARAH A. scon. Sophomore; Glenalum. • ANN N. SEATON. 
Sophomore; 307 McKinley Ave., Charleston. • MARSHA D. SEELEY. 
Sophomore: 800 Lotus Ave.. Chester. 



Fourth Row: 

JAMES E. SEIBERT. Freshman: 1484 National Rd.. Wheeling. • 
BRUCE D. SEILER, Sophomore; 834 21st St., Huntington. • MARY A. 
SELBY, Sophomore: 801 Elm St.. Martins Ferry. Ohio. • JAMES W. 
SELL, Junior; 814 Bridge Rd., Charleston. • CAROLYN E. SELLERS. 
Sophomore; 804 Dewey Ave., St. Marys. 



Fifth Row: 

CARL B. SERGENT, Junior; 1633 McClung St.. Charleston. • PENNY 
J. SESTITO, Freshman: 4 Carlone St., Fairmont. • RONALD E. 
SEXTON, Freshman; P.O. Box 270, Pageton. • JOYCE SHACKLEY. 
Freshman; 6014 Dinwiddle St., Springfield. Va. • ROBERT F. SHAFFER, 
JR.. Junior; 253 Indiana Ave., Chester. 



Sixth Row: 

JAMES B. SHAHEN. Freshman; Sutton. • DOUGLAS A. SHALE, 
Freshman; 729 Monongalia Ave., Morgantown. • WILLIAM M. 
SHANKLIN, JR., Freshamn; 105 Oak Grove Ave., Beckley. • PHYLLIS 
E. SHAUGHNESSY, Freshman; 574 Carman Ave., Westbury, N.Y. • 
MARTHA A. SHAW, Junior; Bethany. 



Seventh Row: 

ANN K. SHELBAER, Sophomore; 914 Duff Ave., Clarksburg. • PHILIP 
J. SHERIDAN, Junior; 241 N. Pine St., N. Massapoque, N.Y. • JANE 
SHETLER, Freshman: 320 Smith St., Morgantown. • F. KAY SHIRES, 
Sophomore: 408 Pocahontas Ave., Ronceverte. • EDWARD L. SHORR. 
Freshman; 3408 Virginia Ave., Charleston. 



Eighth Row: 

AILEEN P. SHORTELL. Sophomore: 913 Montrose Dr.. South Charles- 
ton. • E. HAL SHOUP, Junior; 1102 Fennimore St., Fairmont. • B. 
FRANKLIN SHUE, Sophomore; 159 Chandler Ave.. Johnstown, Pa. • 
JAMES W. SHUMAN. Freshman; 416 Churchill Dr., Charleston. • 
GEORGE R. SHUMATE, Sophomore; 502 Hale, Princeton. 



Ninth Row: 

SANDRA L. SHUMATE. Freshman; 247 RIdgecrest Rd.. Bluefield. • 
PAMELA J. SIGNOR. Freshman; 405 Park Lane. Wyncote. Pa. • 
THOMAS G. SIMMONS, Freshman; Franklin. • SANDRA S. SIMON. 
Freshman, 214 Seeger Rd.. Pittsburgh, Pa. • SALLY A. SIMONS, 
Sophomore, 351 Oakland St., Morgantown. 



Tenth Row: 

JANE A. SIMONTON. Sophomore; 402 Clayton St., Pennsboro. • 
JEAN A. SINGLETON. Freshman; 220 Waverly Way, Clarksburg. • 
LAWRENCE SIPPE. Sophomore; 327 Grove Ave., Charleston. • BETTY 
J. SKAGGS. Freshman; 2104 Kanawha Ave.. Charleston. • NANCY C. 
SKIDMORE, Freshman; 212 Birch St., Gassaway. 



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First Row: 

JAMES K. SLAUTICH, Sophomore; 221 South 17th St., Weirton. • 
MORTON H. SLAVEN, Sophomore; 421 Western Ave.. Morgantown. • 
MARY V. SLEETH, Sophomore; 446 Park St.. Morgantown. • SUSAN 
SLISH, Sophomore; 916 Greenhill Rd., Pittsburgh, Pa. • BRIAN R. 
SMITH, Junior; 313 Buckhannon Pike. Clarksburg. 



Second Row: 




CHARLOTTE A. SMITH. Freshman; 146 High 


Street, Kingwood. • 


CLARENCE W. SMITH, Junior; 1010 W. N( 


5ville St., Beckley. • 


EDWARD L. SMITH, Sophomore; Harrisville. • 


ELIZABETH A. SMITH, 


Freshman; Whitesville. • EARNEST H. SMITH, 


Freshman; 220 Camder 


St., Morgantown. 





Third Row: 

JAMES M. SMITH. Sophomore; 247 Clay St., Clarksburg. • JOSEPH 
B. SMITH, Freshman; 1274 W. 12th St.. Nitro. • JUDY KAY SMITH, 
Sophomore; 300 Wayne Ave., Weirton. • KINGSLEY R. SMITH II, 
Junior; 533 Ritter St., Bridgeport. • LAURA L. SMITH, Junior; 1224 W. 
12th St., Nitro. 



Fourth Row: 

MARY N. SMITH, Sophomore; 5019 Staunton, Charleston. • RAY- 
MOND C. SMITH, Junior; V. A. Hospital, Butler, Pa. • ROBERT J. 
SMITH, Sophomore; 504 Grant St., Charleston. • ROBERT R. SMITH, 
III, Junior; 400 S. Jefferson St.. Lewisburg. • RUTH R. SMITH, 
Freshman; Silver Spring, Charles Town. 



Filth Row: 

SAM G. SMITH, Sophor 
SUSAN C. SMITH. Freshm 
Freshman; 474 Pythian Si 
Freshman: 250 Staunton A' 
Sophomore; 1211 N. Walk. 



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re; 2310 Kanawha Blvd.. Charleston. • 
; Box 126, Elizabeth. • TERRY F. SMITH, 

Morgantown. • WILLIAM D. .SMITH, 
, So. Charleston. • O. CARTER SNEAD, 

Princeton. 



J. EDWARD SNECKENBERGER. Junior; R #3, 
KATHRYN B. SNEDDON, Freshman; 1565 Jacksoi 
REBECCA J. SNIDER, Sophomore; MM Lake 
• WALTER J. SNIDER, Sophomore; 1872 Lc 
Charleston. • WILLIAM K. SNODGRASS, Frest 
Dr., Weirton. 



Heights Rd., 
3601 Riverview 



Seventh Row: 
CAROL A. SNYDER, 
PHILLIP S. SNYDER. 
Freshman; 123 Meigs 
Junior; Moundsville. < 



Sophomore; 174 Armstrong St., Romney. • 
=reshman; Fairmonf. • STEPHEN R. SNYDER, 
Ave., Clarksburg. • WILLIAM J. SNYDER, 
SANDRA S. SOLES, Freshman; Box III, R #7, 



Eighth Row: 

SUSAN L. SONDERMAN. Freshman; 54 Popular Ave., Wheeling. • 
GARY P. SOULSBY, Freshman; 16 B St., St. Albans. • DON F. 
SPALLETTA. Sophomore; 3837 Arthur Ave., Seaford, N.Y. • 
GERALDINE E. SPARKS, Junior; 103 Crest St.. Summersville. • DAVID 
G. SPAWNBAUER. Freshman; R.R., Shelbyville, Indiana. 



Ninth Row: 

MARGARET C. SPEAR. Fresh 
JAMES R. SPENCER, Fresh 
Junior; 4600 Prospect St., Par 
1021 Coveway Dr., So. Charle 
1021 Coveway Dr., So. Charl 



n; 21 Monroe St., Gloversville, N.Y. • 
n; Hastings. • LYNN M. SPENCER, 
sburg. • ALAN L. SPESSARD, Junior; 
n. • JAMES H. SPESSARD, Freshman; 



Tenth Row: 

JOSEPH W. SPESSARD, Freshman; 1021 Coveway Dr., So. Charleston. 
• CHRISTINE A. SPINELLI, Freshman; Tarns. • KATHY SPITZNOGLE, 
Junior; 1312 West Street, Follansbee. • NANCY SPITZNOGLE. 
Junior; 1312 West Street, Follansbee. • JOSEPH R. SPOHN, JuniorJ 
925 Harding Blvd., Rome, N.Y. 



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Firjt Row: 

SHARON K. SPRIGGS. Freshman; 1017 I2lh Ave.. Vienna. • 
CAROLYN J. SPRINGER. Junior; 701 Vermont Ave.. Fairmont. • 
Et«iMETT Y. STAFFORD. Sophomore; 230 State Rd.. Gladwyne, Pa. • 
SAMUEL D. STANLEY, Sophomore: R #1. V/aihlngton. • CHARLES 
D. STANSBURY. Freshman; Mil Woodmere, Charleston. 



Second Row: 

DUSTY L. STARBUCK. Freshman; 713 Vl/hite Oak Rd., Charleston. 
• ALICE J. STARCHER. Junior; 800 W. Second St., Weston, • LARRY 
V, STARCHER, Junior; Spencer. • KATHERINE J. STEPHENS, Fresh- 
man; Box 386, Charlton Heights. • ROBERT STEPHENSON, Sopho- 
more; Chapmanvllle. 



Third Row: 

ANN C. 5TERBUTZEL. Sophomore; Box 342, k^orqantown, • JILL 
STEVENS. Sophomore; 205 S, Madison, La Grange, III. • CYNTHIA 
A. STEVi^ART, Junior; 4708 Rolling Hills Rd.. Pittsburgh, Pa. • LARRY 
C, STEWART, Junior; 227 Ninth Ave.. South Charleston. • RICHARD 
C. STEWART, Freshman; 610 Georgia St.. Charleston. 



Fourth Row: 

RONNIE K. STEWART, Freshman; 1 108 Montrose Dr., South Charles- 
ton. • DOROTHY H. STILL, Sophomore; 205 Jones Ave., Morgantown, 
• LINDA J. STONE, Sophomore; 473 Virginia Ave., Welch. • ROBERT 
B. STONE, Sophomore; I Euclid Ave., Morgantown. • STEPHEN H. 
STONE, JR., Junior; Charles Town. 



Filth Row: 

GARY L. STOOPS, Junior; 121 Tritle Ave., Wavnesboro, Pa. • 

WARREN E. STORCK. Sophomore; 704 Glenslde Ave., Wyncote. Pa. 

• ROY G. STOUT, Junior; Summersviile. • JOHN F, STRADER, 

Freshman; Roncevertc. • ROBERT E. STRAIGHT, Sophomore; R #3. 

Fannlngton. 



Sixth Row: 

ROBERT S. STRAUCH. Junior; 73 Greenwood Ave., Wheeling. 
JOHN P, STUDENC, Sophomore; 44 Waddell Ave., Elm Gro. 
• VICTOR E. STUDWELL, Freshman; 1003 24th St., Parkersburg, 
CHARLES 5. STUMP, JR,, Sophomore; 710 Moran Ave,, Mullens. 
RUTH A. STUMP, Junior; Whltesvilie. 



Seventh Row: 

LARRY N. SULLIVAN, Sophomore; 807 48th St., Vienna, • PATRICIA 
K. SULLIVAN, Junior; R #1, Box 152. St, Albans, • ELLISON S. 
SUMMERFIELD, JR,, Sophomore; 7502 Gresham St,, N, Springfield, Va, 
• CAROL L. SUMMERS, Sophomore; 201 Bluestone Rd.. Mount 
Hope. • JEANNE C. SUMMERS. Sophomore; 416 Crest Ridge Dr., 
Greensburg, Pa. 



Eighth Row: 

MARY A. SUMMERS, Sophomore; Summersviile. • SALLY L. 
SUMMERS. Junior; 104 Warren Ave., Beckley. • ROBERT L. SUNDER- 
MAN, Junior; 407 Clinton Ave., Moundsville. • JOHN H. SUTLIFF. 
Junior; Font Grove Rd., Sllngerlands. NY. • JAMES H. SUHLE, 
Freshman; 839 Observatory Dr,, St. Albans. 



Ninth Row: 

JOHN B. SUTTON Junior; 5359 Chldlaw, Tinker AFB, Okla. • JEAN 
M. SWADLEY. Freshman; R #4, Box 22, Kevscr. • ROBERT N. SWIGER. 
Sophomore; 518 Haymond Highway, Clarksburg, • WILLIS E. 
SWIHART, Sophomore; Nemacolln, Pa. • NANCY J. SWING, 
Sophomore; 126 Ridenour St., Clarksburg. 



Tenth Row: 

JOSEPH W. SWISHER. Junior; Augusta. • JAMES O. SWIHER, 
Freshman: 14 Forbes Ave., Wheeler. • SARAH K. SYDNOR, Sopho- 
more; 920 Vicar Lane, Alexandria. Va. • LINDA L. SYLVESTER. 
Junior; 211 Sheridan Circle, Charleston. • JOSEPH M. TABACHECK, 
Sophomore; 329 Jacoby Rd., Cheswick. Pa. 






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First Row: 

MARVIN D. TABRON, Junior; 1457 Sabraton Ave.. Morgantowr. • 

IRVIN D. TALBOTT, II, Junior; 222 Elm St., Elklns. • HARLAN R 

TALLMAN, Freshman; Durbln. • JUDY A. TAMULITIS. Fre 

S. Main St., Phillippi. • G. LEE TANNEHILL, Sophomore; R.D. #2, 



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GLORIA , 



TARASUK, Freshman; Dilllner, • SYLVIA F. TARCY. 
Sophomore; 25 Church St., Smithfield, Pa. • BEN P. TATE, Freshman; 
1112 West Avenue. Charleston. • REBECCA S. TATE, Freshman; 3110 
Hemlock St., Parkersburg. • WILLIAM H. TATTERSALL, Freshman; 
18 Lance Dr., Charleston. 



Third Row: 

ANNE TAWNEY, Junior; Looneyville. • LOTUS R.TAYLOR, Freshman; 
702 Coffman St.. Barboursville. • IvIAURICE G. TAYLOR. Junior; 
Matewan. • RADETTA TAYLOR. Sophomore; 614 Fain St.. Sutton. • 
ROBERT H. TAYLOR, Junior; 1807 Third St., Moundsviile. 



Fourth Row: 

WILLIAM J. TAYLOR, Junior; 1049 Charles Ave., Morgantown. • 
ANNE E. TEAGUE, Freshman; 2304 Fairfax Road. South Charleston. 
• WILLIAM L. TEANO, Junior; 368 Kelly Ave., Oak Hill. • MARY 
R. TEBAY, Sophomore; 2011 Lewis Ave.. Parkersburg. • A. BARRY 
TEITELMAN, Sophomore; 2267 Baird Blvd.. Camden, N.J. 



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Fifth Row: 

A. ROBERT TEMPLETON, Sopho 
TENNANT, Freshman; R #1. F 
Freshman; 939 Coleman Ave.. I 
man; R #2. Box 118. St. Alban: 
R #2, Box 118, St. Albans. 



633 Central St., Elkins. • R. K. 
:w. • RICHARD L. TENNANT, 
jnt. • JANET L. TERR-Y, Fresh- 
J. STEPHEN TERRY, Sophomore; 



Sixth Row: 

• LINDA L. TERRY, Junior; Dodd, Middlebourne. • NANCY N. 
THEOPHILUS. Sophomore; 438 Park St., Morgantown. • ANNA C. 
THOMAS, Freshman; 545 Wisconsin Ave., Morgantown. • CAROLYN 
K. THOMAS. Junior; 1425 15th St., Huntington. • HOWELL M. 
THOMAS, Junior; Box 65. War. 



Seventh Row: 

L. DIANNE THOMAS, Senior; 723 Whitney, Pittsburgh, Pa. • TERRY 
P. THOMAS, Junior; 1214 23rd St., Parkersburg. • BEVERLY F. 
THOMPSON, Sophomore; 230 Jones Ave.. Oak Hill. • DONALD L. 
THOMPSON. Junior; 615 Watkins St.. Grafton. • JANET M. 
THOMPSON, Freshman; Box 455, Buckhannon. 



Eighth Row: 

JUDITH E. THOMPSON. Junior; 1108 Seventh Street, Moundsviile. • 
MARY P. THOMPSON, Freshman; Martinsburg. • SARA J. THOMP- 
SON, Freshman; 1108 Seventh St., Moundsviile. • WILLIAM 
THOMPSON, Junior; Washington, Pa. • SARA J. THRASHER, 
Freshman: Tt Jackson St., Sistersville. 



Ninth Row: 

MARTHA S. THURMOND, Freshman; 4208 Washington Ave., Charle 
ton. • JOHN A. TIANO, Junior; 211 Maplewood Dr., Fairmont. ' 
MARVIN Y. TIMROOK, Freshman; 317 Eastham Rd., Point Pleasan 
N.J. • TOMEIA A. TINCHER, Junior; 1621 Quarrier St., Charleston. ' 
SHIRLEY V. TINTLE, Sophomore; Kirby. 



Tenth Row: 

ANNIE M. TISSUE, Sophomore; 3355 Crestview Drive, Bethel Park. Pa. 
• DAVID S. TKACH. Junior; 408 Wheeling Ave.. Glen Dale'. • 
MARYJO TOMLINSON. Sophomore; 13 Cliffwood PL. Metuchen, 
N.J. • JOHN T. TONKIN, Junior; Rt. 2, Box 156 Fairmont. • PAULA 
C. TOOTHMAN, Freshman; 1711 Oak Street, Parkersburg. 



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First Row: 

WILLIAM D. TORLONE, Sophomore; 1 101 So. Oakwood Ave.. Beckley. 
• DELILAH J. TORNABENE. Freshman; 323 Station St.. McDonald, 
Pa. • ALICE M. TOUSSAINT, Junior; M32 Nottingham Rd., Charles- 
ion. • JUDY M. TOWNSEND. Freshman; 537 Martin St., Morgan- 
town. • MERRY B. TRACH, Freshman; 1205 Fairmount Ave.. Fair- 



Second Row; 

DIANE L. TRAINER. Sophomore; 31! E. Edgar Ave.. Ronccverle. • 
ERNEST E. TREGONING, Freshman; Rt. I, Ravenswood. • BOYSCOUT 
D. TREHARNE. Junior; 2<09 33rd St., Parkersburg. • BROCK 
TSCHAPPAT. Junior; Box 45, Valley Grove. • THOMAS E. TUCKER. 
Sophomore; 4217 Packard St.. Parkersburg. 



Third Row: 

CATHERINE A. TUCKWILLER, Junior; 20? S. Jefferson St., Lewisburg. 
• DAVID W. TUCKWILLER, Freshman; 4308 Kanawha, Charleston. • 
EARL E. TURNER, Junior; Richwood. • SYLVIA C. TURNER, Sopho- 
more; Box 88, Buckhannon. • CARA L. TYSON, Freshman; Box 300. 
Logan. 



Fourth Row: 

WILLIAM H. VANDEMAN. Sophomore; 1 Patterson St., White Sulphur 
Springs. • STEPHEN R. VANDEVANDER, Junior; Caldwell. • JAMES 
W. VANEVERA, Freshman; Rt. 2. Martinsburg. • NANCY I. VAN 
GILST, Junior; 1 12 Alexander Ave., Clarksburg. • KAREN L. VANNOY, 
Freshman; III I Euclid Place, Huntington. 



Fifth Row: 

DOUGLAS R. VANSCOY, Sophomore; 53! James St., Bridgeport. • 
JANICE K. VANSCOY, Freshman; Grantsvllle. • JAMES E. 
VANVOORHIS, Junior; 145 Garfield, Clarksburg. • LOUIS J. VARI, 
Junior; 613 Judith Dr., Pittsburgh. • SUSAN C. VASS, Sophomore; 143 
Dexter Ave.. Beckley. 



Sixth Row: 

DAVID C. VAUGHAN, Freshman; 4829 Ohio Ave., Yolyn. • MARY A. 
VAUGHAN, Junior; 425 Ninth Ave., St. Albans. • WILLIAM F. 
VIEWEG, Sophomore; Wheeling. • SONORA L. VISNIE, Sophomore; 
131 Scenic Drive, Weirton. • MARILYN M. VOGT, Sophomore; Cherry 
Hill, N.J. 



Seventh Row: 

ANN G. WADDELL, Sophomore; 409 Monroe St., Montgomery. • 
CONSTANCE J. WADDELL, Junior; Pineville. • RICHARD L. 
WADDELL, JR., Junior; 112 Maple Ave., Phillppi. • HENRY C. 
WAGNER, Junior; W. Highland Ave., Ebensburg, Pa. • JUDITH R. 
WALDECK, Junior; 3602 Sixth Ave., Parkersburg. 



Eighth Row: 

ANN C. WALKER, Freshman; 707 White Oak Ad., Charleston. • 
JACKIE J. W. WALLACE, Junior; 724 Virginia Ave., Follansbee. • 
JOHN D. WALLACE. Freshman; 724 Virginia Ave., Follansbee. 
• LINDA J. WALLACE, Freshman; 196 Glenfield Dr., Pittsburgh, Pa. • 
PATRICIA A. WALROND, Sophomore; 208 McNary St., Cannonsburg. 



Ninth Row: 

PATRICIA A. WALSH. Freshman; Rt. I, Pelerstown. • ETHEL M. 
WALTER, Freshman; Grafton. • GARY W. WAMSLEY, Junior; 216 
McDowell. Clarksburg. • KATHRYN A. WANDEL, Freshman; 108 
Greenwood Blvd.. Connellsvllle, Pa. • JEFF V. WARD. Sophomore; 
121 WOODLAND Rd.. Morgantown. 



Tenth Row: 

MARY E. WARD, Freshman; (34 Church St., Washington, Pa. • 
ELLEN F. WARDER, Junior; 331 Maple Ave., Grafton. • DAVID M. 
WARNER, Freshman; Box 246, Mason, • CAROLYN M. WARREN, 
Freshman; 215 Summerlee Ave., Oak Hill. • JOHN E. WARREN. JR.. 
Junior; Lewisburg. 



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First Row: 

RICHARD W, WATKINS, Junior; Follansbee. • ELEANOR B. WAT- 
SON, Sophomore; III Circle Dr., Fairmont. • GARY L. WATSON, 
Junior; Logan. • GARY W. WATSON, Freshman; nA<> Fairmont Ave.. 
Clarksburg. • JOY L. WATSON, Junior; 1268 Fairlawns Ave.. Morgan- 
town. 



Second Row: 

CRAIG R. WAUGH, Fre: 
MICHAEL T. WEAVER. 
WALLACE 0. WEAVER, 
DORIS L. WEBER, Junior 



man; 100 Sycamore Ave., Wellsburg. • 

reshman; Robinson St., Paden City. • 

=reshman; 860 Main St.. Follansbee. • 

Rt. 3, Berkeley Springs. • DENNIS B. 



WEBSTER, Junior; 2415 Wilson Ave., St. Albans 



Third Row: 

GARY S. WEINER, Junior; 507 Milford St.. Clarksburg. • JUNE L. 
WELCH. Freshman; 119 Edgwood St.. Wheeling ■• ROBERT C. 
WELLING. Sophomore. 32 South F. St., Keyser. • CHARLES M. 
WELSHANS, Freshman, 2700 Eldersville Rd.. Follansbee. • TERRENCE 
A. WELTY, Junior; 5014 Kentucky St., South Charleston. 



Fourth Row: 

ROBERT W. WHEELER, Junior; 2415 Eoff St., Wheeling. • DIXIE L. 
WHITACRE, Junior; Bunker Hill. • BECKY A. WHITE, Freshman; 334 
Patterson Rd., Bethel Park, Pa. • JAMES F. WHITE. Junior; 4774 
West Wash. St., Charleston. • LAURA G. WHITE, Junior; 322 West 
lOth St.. Huntington. 



Fifth Row: 

LENORA F. WHITE. Junior; 2922 Chesterfield, Charleston. • LINDA 
S. WHITE, Freshman; 609 Barer St., Clarksburg. • MARY ANN 
WHITE, Freshman: 701 Maryland Ave., Fairmont. • RAYMOND B. 
WHITE, Junior; 214 Harrison St., Clarksburg. • JOHN B. WHITE- 
HEAD III, Sophomore. 5943 lOth Rd., Arlington, Va. 



Sixth Row: 

JEAN A. WHITMAN, Sophomore; 1205 Westwood Dr., Charleston. • 
BARBARA L. WHITTINGTON, Freshman; Rt. 5, Box 558, Charleston. 
• KATHRYN J. WHITTINGTON, Sophomore; 3009 Ridgeview Dr. 
South Charleston. • SANDRA L. WIANT. Junior; 220 Roycroft Ave., 
Pittsburg, Pa. • JOHN R. WIEDER, Junior; 15071/2 Spring St., Parkers- 
burg. 



Seventh Row: 

CAROLYN J. WILDE, Junior; 527 Whortleberry Ave., Summersville. 
• LINDA I. WILDMAN. Freshman; 662 Spruce St., Morgantown. • 
HARRIET L. WILES. Junior; Rowlesburg. • VIRGINIA A. WILES,, 
Freshman; 50 Lewis Ave., St. Albans. • JAMES D. WILFONG, 
Freshman: 122 Grove Ave., Clarksburg. 



Eighth Row: 

WILBERT E. WILHELM, JR., Junior; 106 Sunset. Charleston. • 
ELIZABETH J. WILHOLT, Freshman; 6496 Roosevelt Ave., Charleston. 
• RONALD L. WILKINSON, Junior; Rt. 5, Box 523. Charleston. • 
DOROTHY ANN WILLARD, Junior; 4025 Washington, Berkeley 
Springs. • DAVID L. WILLIAMS, Freshman; 347 Cornell Ave., 



Ninth Row: 

JANE M. WILLIAMS, Junor; 952 Stewartstown Rd., Morgantown, • 
LYNN WILLIAMS, Sophomore; 1250 Edgewood Dr.. Charleston. 

• RALPH D. WILLIAMS, JR., Freshman; Box 231. Hinton. • RUSSELL 
C WMIIAMS. JR., Freshman; 952 Stewartstown Rd., Morgantown. 

• SANDRA L. WILLIAMS, Junior; 336 Demain Ave., Morgantown. 



Tenth Row: 

BARBARA W. WILSON, Sophomore; 6646 Roosevelt Ave., Charles- 
ton. • LINDA KAYE WILSON. Freshman; 1635 Hoffman Ave.. 
Clarksburg. • MALINDA A. WILSON, Sophomore; 5326 Noyes Ave., 
Charleston. • STEVEN L. WILSON, Junior; Moorefleld. • THOMAS 
R. WILSON. Junior; 25 Alexander Dr., Red Bank, N.J. 



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Pint Row: 

JOYCE ANN WILT, Freshman; R #5. Falfmont. • LINDA J. 
WINESDORFER, Sophomore: 34 Walnut Ave.. Wheelinq. • JANET E. 
WIRTZ, Sophomore; Box 3342 E. Beckley Sta.. Beckley. • JOAN E. 
WIRTZ, Sophomore; Box 3342 E. Beckley Sta.. Beckley. • CHRISTIAN 
W. WIRZ. Freshman; Box 353, Moorefield. 



Second Row: 

JAMES R. WISEMAN, Junior; 3705 Thor Dr., Charleston. • BETSY E. 
WISOR, Freshman; Box 8. Ona. • HOWARD V. WITHROW, II, 
Junior; 2035 Scragqs Dr., Charleston. • DONALD B. WITT. Junior; 
Grantsvllle. • W. DOUGLAS WITTEN, Junior; 217 2nd Ave., Loqan. 



Third Row: 

CAROL L. WOLFE, Freshman; Bruccton Mills. • JOSEPH N. WOLFE. 

JR.. Junior; Box 13. Star Junction, Pa. • PAMELA S. WOLFE, Junior; 

609 King St., Clarksburq. • CAROLYN S. WOLFE, Sophomore; 2511 

Plum St.. Parkersburg. • ANNE W. WOLLERTON. Junior; 5 Madison, 

Montgomery. 



Fourlh Row: 

LINDA J. WOLLERTON, Freshman; 5 Madison St., Montgomery. • 
BILL W. WOOD. Freshman; 7816 College Ave.. Bluefleld. • LOIS A. 
WOOD, Freshman; 302 Park Ave.. Beckley. • MARY R. WOOD 
Freshman: 122 Grace St., Fayettevllle. • DAVID L. WOODRUM. 
Junior; 728 Garvin Ave.. Charleston. 



Fifth Row: 

THOMAS R. WOODRUM. Sophomore; Henton. • MARTIN G. WORK, 
Sophomore; 2620 Commonwealth Drive, Charlottesville, Va. • MARTI- 
LOU WORKMAN, Junior; Crest View Lane, Wheeling, • LYNN H. 
WORKMEISTER, Junior; 29 Buchanan Ave., LaVale, Md, • ANNfc 
WORRELL, Sophomore: 329 Kenmore St., Morgantown. 



Sixth Row: 

SHARYN V. WORRELL, Sophomore: Box FF, Pineville. • BECKIE M. 
WOTRING, Freshman; 309 Simpson St., Morgantown. • GORDON L. 
WRIGHT, Junior; Pine Grove. • MARY E. WRIGHT, Junior; 4008 
Noyes, Charleston. • RODGER L. WRIGHT, Freshman; 826 West Main 
St., Grafton, 



Seventh Row: 

JOHN H. WRITER, Freshman; 424 Blackstone, La Grange, III. • 

VALORY G. WYETH, Junior; 4648 Sylvan Dr., Allison Park. Pa. 

• CATHERINE E. WYSONG. Freshman; 213 Concord St., Clarksburg. 

• EDWARD G. YATES, Junior; 103 E. Pittsburgh St., Greensburg, 
Pa. • MIL G. YATSKO, Junior; Follansbee. 



Eighth Row: 

JENNIFER YELL. Freshman; 801 Manison St., Albuquerque, N.M. • 
JAMES R. YOAKUM, Sophomore; Ravenswood. • SANDRA S. 
YUONG. Freshman: Union. • THOMAS K. YOUNG. Junior; 140 
Rldenour St., Clarksburg. • MICHAEL L. LURKO, Junior; 3513 
Rlvervlew St., Weirton. 



Ninth Row: 

BARBARA E. ZABEAU. Freshman; 624 Stealey Ave., Clarksburg. • 
BENJAMIN R. ZABOROWSKY, Junior; Box 437, Mt. Gay. • JANICE 
M. ZAK, Junior: 103 N. 21st Street. • ANTIA L. ZANNIER, Junior; 
446 Washington St. • FRANCES K. ZARA. Freshman; Century. 



Tenth Row: 

JOANN I. ZELLERS, Junior; 5306 Noyes Ave.. Charleston. • CAROL 
M. ZENI. Junior; 360 Vassar St.. Morgantown. • GRETCHEN J. 
ZIKELI, Junior; 224 Hazel Ave., Ellwood City, Pa. • BEVERLY K. 
ZIMMERMAN. Sophomore; 1107 Village Way. Fairmont. • CAROL 
A. ZINKUS, Junior; 525 Rebecca St., New Martinsville. 



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UNDERGRADUATES 



Fir 


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JOHN C. 


ZINKUS, 


Sophc 


imore; 525 


Rebecca 


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, Ne 


!W Mi 


irtinsville. 


■ 


ANN ZINN, Fre 


shman; 


610 E. Pai 


■k Ave., 


Fair 




it. • 


GEORGE 


M. 


ZINN, 


Freshman 


: 247 P 


rospect St., 


Morgai 


ntowr 


1. • 


ROY 


S. ZINN, 


So 


phomon 


e; Newber 


ne. * 


JOANN C 


. ZNOY 


, Jur 


ior; 


265 Wetzel St., 


W. 


eirton. 


















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JAMES L 


. ZOPP, 


Sophor 


nore; Fairh 


5a. • 


ROSEMARY J 


. ZUBAS, 


Fn 


eshman; 


Century. 

















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ADVERTISEMENTS 




PrsDffl iflig ^mi ©% 



a salute to 

the West Virginia 

Centennial 

What has steel meant to us? Seventy years 

before West Virginia gained statehood, crude iron 

furnaces dotted its hills and valleys, setting 

the Stage for the growth of an important industry. 

Now, in the year of our state's Centennial, 

modern steel plants lend strength to West 

Virginia's industrial might and serve her people 

with the million-and-one everyday steel items 

that make life more enjoyable. Steel has become 

a symbol of progress for West Virginians . . . 

and at Weirton Steel we're proud of our 

role in helping make it so. 

WEIRTON STEEL COMPANY 



WEIRTON, WEST VIRGINIA 
Division of National Steel Corporation 





Owens-Illinois 

C;i.ASS Ci)NTAlNER DIVISION- 
PLANT ■ KAlUM(l\r. \VI''^'' VIRGINIA 



IFl 

CONTAINERS 



...ONE OF MANY CITIES AND 
TOWNS THROUGHOUT 
AMERICA... 




Closure and Plastic Specialties 




Rigid Plastic 
Bottles 

Paperboard 
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Corrugated Shipping Boxes 



TABLEVIfARE 

Plastic Dinnerware 




LIBBEY Glassware 

INDUSTRIAL 



where good neighbors of yours, 
the employees of Owens-Illinois 
and its subsidiaries . . . 

MAKE ® PRODUCTS 

contributing to your 

greater convenience, 

comfort and 

enjoyment! 

BUILDING 

Glass Block 




KIMBLE and HEMINGRAY 
Glass Insulators 



THINLITE 
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MAKERS OF (j) PRODUCTS 



West Virginia University 
Friends and Alumni 



in 



Logan, West Virginia 

^^The Nations Coalbin' 

DR. H. H. CUDDEN— Mayor 

N. J. Aldredge Mr. & Mrs. Charles D. Hylton 

Mr. & Mrs. Jack W. Beddow David W. Mullins 

Mr. & Mrs. Paul E. Bottome Dr. George R. Mullins 

F. E. Bradford Mr. & Mrs. Ervin S. Queen 

Mr. & Mrs. A. B. C. Bray, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. C. D. Rumbaugh 

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Mr. & Mrs. R. T. (Rod) Collison Mr. & Mrs. John C. Valentine 

Mr. & Mrs. R. L. McCormIck Mr. & Mrs. hloward Wooten 



and the 
LOGAN COUNTY WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 



L^ompumentd of^ 



BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL MEN OF BECKLEY 

Home of ''Honey in the Rock" 

Mr. & Mrs. E. M. (Easy) Ashworth Mr. Harry Lewin 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Ashworth Mr. & Mrs. Charles Masslnople 

Mr. Leo Bridi Dr. & Mrs. Charles Merrltt 

Blue Ridge Memorial Gardens Quality Pastry Shop 

Mr. & Mrs. CIccarelli Mr. Philip W. Payne 

Dr. & Mrs. Warren Elliott Mr. & Mrs. M.Joe Rahall 

Eric's Jewelry Richmond's Cleaners and Laundry 

Fama's Shoe Store Wooddell's Jewelers 



MANUF-ACTURERS O F" 

BRILLIANT CRYSTAL GLASS WARE 

PASTE MOULD BLOWN 

SUPERB ARTISTIC DECORATIONS 
V^ESTON, W. VA. 



12-12 !nch/3 1 3-6 Piece Seaford Server Set 



Another 




Original/ 




"YOU CANNOT SURPASS AMERICAN GLASS" 




MORGAI\TOW]\ FLORIST COMPAiW 

235 SPRUCE STREET 



You Young People of TODAY 

GRADUATES OF WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY 

Broaden Your Horizons for TOMORROW 

THE FUTURE of mankind, and that of our great nation with its love for 
PEACE rests In the hands of you young men and women of TODAY 

who are about to launch your respective careers. 

LOOK FORWARD with CONFIDENCE! 
Never before were opportunities so great to serve the needs of Indus- 
try. 

GOOD LUCK TO YOU ALL! 



FouRco Glass Company 



CLARKSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA 




SHEET GLASS 



^rr -Cl'^^'^ 



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THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MORGANTOWN 

20! HIGH STREET 

MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM and FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 



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A® 



SYMBOL OF ACCOMPLISHMENT 

As each graduate cherishes the letters of a degree as a mark of accom- 
plishment, so Is the symbol "PPG" highly regarded by Pittsburgh Plate. 
This symbol on a company product signifies the ultimate In quality of 
workmanship and performance. It Is the mark of highest accomplishment. 

PPG wants and needs promising college graduates to help continue the 
company's outstanding accomplishments and Impressive record of sound 
growth for Its ever-expanding operations In glass, paint, chemicals, brushes, 
plastics and fiber glass. 



PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS COMPANY 



WORKS 12, CLARKSBURG. WEST VIRGINIA 



PENCON 



ENGINEERING CONTRACTING DIVISION 
OF 
PERSINGERS INCORPORATED 

520 ELIZABETH STREET 
CHARLESTON 27, WEST VIRGINIA 

DESIGNERS — FABRICATORS — ERECTORS OF 
CONVEYING — PROCESSING — POWER TRANSMISSION EQUIPMENT 




FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS' BANK 

MORGANTOWN, V^EST VIRGINIA 

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



BECKLEY NATIONAL BANK 



BECKLEY. W.VA. 



Member FDIC 




You Have A Friend 
at 



Fifth and Market Sts. Parkersburg, W. Va. 

The Corner You Can Bank On 
Member Federal DEPOSIT Insurance Corporation 



PROGRESS . . 

ACCORDING TO 
NOAH WEBSTER MEANS 



* ... a going, or getting 
ahead ... to develop to 
a higher state . . . grad- 
ual betterment . . . evo- 
lution of mankind, etc. 



Noah's Definition Is 

Fine as Far as it Goes — 

We Believe It Means 

People 

Resources 

Objectives 

Grit 

Responsibility 

Energy 

Sacrifice 

Service 

These Forces Will 
Move West Virginia 
Forward — 

The Kanawha 
VALLEY BANK 

PARK FREE AT LAIDLEY AND LEE 
Member Federal Reserve System • Member F.D.I.C. 

CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA 



YOUR 



WVU BOOK STORE 



"Book Center of the Campus" 



BOOK STORE BUILDING 

University Avenue and Hunt Street 

BRANCH STORES 

ENGINEERING AND MEDICAL CENTER 

AGRICULTURAL CENTER BASIC SCIENCE 

ENGINEERING SCIENCES BUILDING BUILDING 



For Permanence and Beauty Build with 

CLAY PRODUCTS 

HIGH GRADE STRUCTURAL FACING TILE 

Featuring Utility Flexblox In Buff and Gray Color 

FACE BRICK 

in Buff, Grey, Red Browns, and 

Multl-Color Blends 

Better 

faster 

M»re Economical 



WEST VIRGINIA BRICK CO. 

Telephone Dl 2-7149 — P.O. Box 1071 
442 Virginia St., E. Charleston 24, W.Va. 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

MT. STATE LINEN 
SERVICE, INC 

"A Connplete Linen Service" 

412 Ohio Avenue 
CLARKSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA 



MAin 4-6478 



C. C. LAKE, Mgr. 



Congratulations Graduates! 
When You Come Back To Visit 

WVU 

Stop In At 

L^omunfzid 
RESTAURANT 

"Where Dad Took His Girl" 
And Granddad Too! 



WHITESIDE'S FEATURES SUCH 
FINE LINES AS . . . 

BOBBIE BROOKS 

JANTZEN 

ROSECREST 

MAJESTIE 

JONATHAN LOGAN 

SANDRA SAGE 



SHOP WHITESIDE'S TODAY 



COMPLIMENTS Of 



THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 
OF BLUEFIELD 



BLUEFIELD. WEST VIRGINIA 



E. G. Otey, President 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



MILK COMPANY 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



THE RALEIGH 



COUNTY BANK 



BECKLEY. WEST VIRGINIA 



FOUNDED 1909 



MEMBER F.D.I.C. 



Compliments 
of 




tOGAN. WEST VIRGINIA 



The Bank of Friendly Service 




MEMBER F.D.I.C. 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



The Raleigh County 
Bank 



BECKLEY. WEST VIRGINIA 



OLD GRADS . . . 

Make the Hotel Morgan your campus quarters when 
in town for football and basketball games as well as 
spending a relaxed weekend reminiscing old times. 




Member FDIC 



W. V. u. 

Little 
Letterman 
Sweaters 

from 

THE BOOK EXCHANGE, INC. 

ACROSS FROM Ml BLDG. 
MORGANTOWN, W. VA. 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



L^iinckfield C-oat 
Co 



omnan 



ipanu 



CONGRATULATIONS! 

CLASS OF '63 

from . . . 




FAIRMONT 

Dial 366-3600 

Ten Full Floors . . . and 
Two Mezzanines, 

Featuring Everything for the Family and h^ome 

One of West Virginia's Leading 

Department Stores 

For 85 Years 



God offers to every mind its choice between 
truth and repose. Take which you please, — you 
can never have both. — Emerson. 

Serving Home Owners and Investors Since 1905 



Cy*^iiiinii 



BUILPlW^cCEO/lH Aff N. 

ROBERT K. PARK, PRES. Cy MGR. ■»» RAVENSWOOD jf 
CLASS OF '24 




GROW ALONG WITH US... IN GREATER CLARKSBURG 



UNION NATIONAL BANIC 



Helping you take better advantage of your financial opportunities. 

Clarksburg, "\\'est Virginia 



WILLIAMSON OIL CO. 

Industrial and Automotive 

Lubricants 

Distributors — Goodyear Tires, Tubes, Batteries, etc. 

P. O. Box 98 

WILLIAMSON, WEST VIRGINIA 



BARRY'S OFFICE 
SERVICE 

7 BEECHURST AVENUE TeL LI 2-2404 

MORGANTOWN, W. VA. 

Office Machines • Sales • Service 



Celebrating Our 
Fifty-Second Anniversary 




"Just 39 Steps Up Walnut from High" 



Jarvis, Downing & Emch, Inc. 



Menaber of Associated General Contractors 



Wheeling-Clarksburg 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

FIRST FEDERAL 
Savings and Loan Association 



OF LOGAN 




National Bank Building 

LOGAN, WEST VIRGINIA 



"Be Sure With Pure" 

Always Two Winners — Firebird Super 
and the W.V.U. Mountaineers 

Pure Oil Company 

LItz "Cuz" McGuIre, Distributor 

LOGAN, WEST VIRGINIA 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF A 
FRIEND 

IN 

NATURE'S AIR-CONDITIONED CITY' 



BLUEFIELD, WEST VIRGINIA 



A Men's Wear 
Institution At 

W.V.U. 

Since 1925 

Catering To The 

Most 

Discrlnnlnating 

Male . . . 

Now . . . 

To Complement 

Our Men's Wear 

A Complete Line 

of Ladies 

Sportswear In 

Our LADY 

GOIDSMITH 



Harry Goldsmith & Sons 




III..) llllliHH!^ 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

DAVID D. TAYLOR, C. L. U. 

318-323 Professional BIdg. 

CLARKSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA 

Phone: MAin 2-1661 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

THE LOGAN BOWLING CENTER 

Enjoy Bowling: The Family Sport 
BOWL WHERE YOU SEE THE 




1IAAG1C 



TRIANGLE" 



LOGAN, WEST VIRGINIA 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

THE NATIONAL 
BANK OF COMMERCE 

CHARLESTON 

MEMBER 

FDIC 



GUY C FLINN, INC 

OPTICIANS 
— GLASSES — 



STYLED 



FITTED 

243 PLEASANT STREET 

MORGANTOWN, W.V.A. 

LINDEN 9-4145 



REPAIRED 



JIMMIE'S CAMPUS 
LUNCH 

650 North High Street 

Where Upperclassmen Meet Old Friends 
And Freshmen Make New Ones 



FAIRMONT NURSERY 

I Mile North on U.S. Route 250 

20.000 EVERGREENS 



Sam Ruggiero 



Phone 366-0961 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



ALEX B. MAHOOD 



BLUEFIELD, W.VA. 



CONGRATULATIONS 
SENIORS 

CITY TIRE SERVICE 



Clarksburg 



West Virginia 



PRESTO RESTAURANT 

A. G. Demanelis and Sons 
236 Wa!nu: St. LI 2-9192 



OUR 30rh YEAR 

Serving West Virginia 
Counties and Schools 

CASTO & HARRIS, INC. 

Spencer, West Virginia 





SECRET 








FURNITURE 


CO. 






—GENERAL ELECTRIC DEALERS— 




cltkrksburg, w. va. 


U. S. Hlghwa 


y 19 


1 12 Sc 


Duth Second Street 


HEPZIBAH, W. 


VA. 


Phone 


MA 2-4261 


Phone MA 3-3334 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

SUTTER ROOFING 

and 
METAL CO, INC 

CLARKSBURG, W. VA. 

Roofing and Industrial 
Sheet Metal Work 

Since 1932 



Mutual Fire Insurance 
Co. of West Virginia 

B. W. ENGLE. Secretary 

GOFF BUILDING 
Clarksburg, W.Va. 



HART BROTHERS 
MACHINE COMPANY 

FOUNDERS— MACHINISTS 
ESTABLISHED 1852 

CLARKSBURG, Vv-EST VIRGINIA 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

THE LOWNDES BANK 

CLARKSBURG, W. VA. 

MEMBER F.D.LC. 



Samuel B. Urso 

Penn Mutual 
Life Ins., Co. 

916-18 Goff Building 
Clarksburg. W.Va. 



Central Wesf Virginia Truck Headquarters 

Day SERVICE Night 


BURL FLEMING 
EQUIPMENT CO. 


International GMC 


Motor Truck Equipment 




Wayne School Bus Bodies 


Simpson Truck Sales, Inc. 






U.S. 50 East Clarksburg 


BURL K. FLEMING 

President 


Phone 264-6368 

250 Monflcello Ave. 

Clarksburg, W.Va. 


Celebrating Our Thirty-Fifth Anniversary 




PHONE MAin 2-1651 


SUPERIOR PHOTO SERVICE. INC. 


Clarksburg Iron & Steel Co., Inc. 


641 E. Brockway 


ROBERT WEINER, President 

Office and Yards at Glen Elk No. 2 


MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA 


New and Used Structural Steel 




P. O. BOX 1030 CLARKSBURG, W. VA. 


Phone LI 2-8434 P. O. Box 826 




GILBERT LUMBER COMPANY 

Gilbert, West Virginia 



SYMBOL OF SERVICE 




HOPE 

NATURAL 

GAS 

COMPANY 

Serving Homes, Industries and Institutions in West Virginia 




Irene's Distinctive 
Fashions 

467 High Street, Morgantown, West Virginia 

VICTORIA PETITTE QUIENTINE PETITTE 




VOLKSWAGEN 



® 



GRIFFITH, INC. 

U.S. Route 19, South 

Clarksburg, West Virginia 

Phone 624-6457 

Factory Authorized 

Volkswagen Dealer 

Sales — Parts — Service 



^^Centennial '63" 

Joe L. Smith, Jr., Inc. Radio Station WJLS Radio Station WKNA 

Briggs— Johnston— Withrow Radio Station WBKW Charleston, W.Va. 

Printers and Publishers 

Beckley, W.Va. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

COOMBS FLOWERS 

401 High Street 
Morqantown, West Virginia 

TWIN OAKS RESTAURANT 

818 West Main Street 
Bridgeport, West Virginia 

P. M. LONG & SON, INCORPORATED 

ROBERT A. YAGLE 

Jeweler 

379 High Street 

Morgantown, West Virginia 

LAIDLEY & SELBY 

Stationers & Office Outfitters 
Morgantown, West Virginia 

JACOBS MEN'S WEAR 

Since 1902 
NearThe Campus 

CHAMP'S HOT PIZZA 

Corner of High & Willey Streets 

FINN'S 

Ladies' Ready to Wear 
422 High Street 
Morgantown, West Virginia 

SAVRO'S DRY CLEANERS & LAUNDERERS 

Fast Car Wash 
Falrnnont, West Virginia 

SAMSON COMPANY, INC. 

Welding Supplies 
Clarksburg, West Virginia 

CLARKSBURG WHITE TRUCK COMPANY 

Clarksburg 
West Virginia