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1965 MURMURMONTIS 

WEST VIRGINIA WESLEYAN 

BUCKHANNON, WEST VIRGINIA 



Volume 55 




EDITOR: SUE LANTZ 

Donna Davies 
Harriet Babcock 
Agnes White 
Peggy Burke 
Jill Irey 
Joyce Cucinotto 
Donna Crook 
Patsy Deacon 
Marilyn Trognitz 
Janice Angelo 



ASSISTANT EDITOR: JEANNIE TRAINER 

Sue Bailey 
Deniece DuBois 
Jane Mathieson 
Robert Beem 
Victor Hamburger 
Richard Owen 
Karen Wilkinson 
Nancy Stanley 
William Lyons, Jr. 




Wesleyan still remembers "Old Smokey.' 




DEDICATION 



Dr. George L. Glauner, professor of 
history has been at West Virginia Wes- 
leyan College for 42 years. He joined the 
faculty in 1923. 

Dr. Glauner is a graduate of Otterbein 
college in Westerville, Ohio, Syracuse un- 
iversity in Syracuse and Utica, New York, 
and Ohio State university in Columbus, 
Ohio where he received his doctorate. 

President Stanley H. Martin recently 
appointed Dr. Glauner chairman of the 
Senior Faculty Advisory Council. He and 
other members of the council will advise 
the president on matters concerning pro- 
jection and growth of West Virginia Wes- 
leyan. 

It gives the staff great pleasure to dedi- 
cate its 1965 MURMURMONTIS to a 
man such as Dr. George L. Glauner. 



Dr. George L. Glauner 





WESLEY AN GROWS 



West Virginia Wesleyan College is in a continual state of projection 
and growth. During the past few years, the number of enrolled students 
has risen surprisingly. Many of the male students now live in town. 

The campus is expanding also. Plans are being made for a chapel, a 
nursing dormitory and several other necessary buildings. 



At left; Bruce Copeland plays the trombone at one of Wesleyan's football field 
shows. 

Below; While going to band practice, Sara Moss and Mr. West wondet what 
this boy is doing. 





After much tiresome study in the library, these two must rest. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Administration and Faculty 10 

Leadership 28 

Academic and Cultural Life 40 

Classes *0 

Greeks 102 

Organizations 126 

Sports 168 

Traditions 210 




This'U teach you to have another birth 
day! 




Some Theta Xi members prepare for the Homecoming parade. 




WESLEY AN GROWS 



Wesleyan is continually planning for expan- 
sion and growth. Two major additions made 
this year are the plaza in back of the Adminis- 
tration Building and the art building near the 
Alumni House on College Avenue. 



Above: Wesleyan's plan for expansion looks much 
different than this aerial shot. 



Right: Bobette Shafer and Dick Owen relax on the 
front lawn of Wesleyan's campus. 







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Growth and projection are present always in the minds of the 
faculty and administration. As well as growing in number, the 
faculty are growing in ideas and methods of teaching. 

Dr. George L. Glauner is chairman of the Senior Faculty 
Advisory Council, which is created to aid in advising the president 
on matters concerning growth and projection of Wesleyan. Other 
members of the faculty and administration participate in similar 
activities. 



FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION 





VICE PRESIDENT 



Dr. Robert B. Nemeschy, a native of western New York state, is in 
his first year as vice-president of West Virginia Wesleyan College. His 
principal responsibility is development. 

Before coming to Wesleyan, the new college officer served the 
previous three years as director of development from the Inter American 
University of Puerto Rico with headquarters in New York City. His 
achievements and honors are many. In addition to membership in the 
national campus leadership fraternity, Omicron Delta Kappa, Dr. 
Nemeschy is a member of education, sociology, German, and philos- 
ophy national honorary societies. 

ROBERT NEMESCHY 



PRESIDENT OF 
THE COLLEGE 



"Life has many dimensions but one of the 
most important is that of time — past, present 
and future." These words of President Stanley 
H. Martin convey not only the keeping of 
traditions, but also the growth of Wesleyan in 
the future. 

Growth, being a creative process, contributes 
much to Wesleyan's past and present and re- 
quires great strength of mind and body to 
secure a promising future. 



STANLEY H. MARTIN 




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DEAN OF 
THE COLLEGE 



Competently serving as Dean of the College, Orlo J. 
Strunk, Jr., is the chief disciplinary officer. He also 
supervises the educational program and aids in selecting 
faculty personnel. In addition to these duties, Dean 
Strunk assists with the editing of the West Virginia 
Wesleyan College Bulletin and has written several 
books and magazine articles on his favorite subjects, 
religion and psychology. 

Dean Strunk is one of those "hands" who is endowed 
with the ability to coordinate the hand and the mind to 
produce works of literary recognition. His importance 
to Wesleyan's campus can not be underestimated. 



ORLO STRUNK 





TREASURER 



"Oh, no! More money . . ." Although this cry prevails among 
students, all realize that money is necessary for a college 
education. Management of these finances calls for an efficient 
treasurer, in which capacity Mr. Heyward A. Williams serves 
Wesleyan. His tasks include the collection of student fees for 
tuition, room, and board, as well as the supervision of the 
distribution of the college yearly income. As the Wesleyan 
community continues to expand, the treasurer's role becomes 
increasingly important. 

HEYWARD A. WILLIAMS 



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CHAPLAIN 



As well as serving Wesleyan as Chaplain, Sidney L. 
Davis plans and directs the chapel services, makes 
arrangements for speakers, and student discussions with 
these speakers, and teaches courses of Bible. In addi- 
tion, Reverend Davis counsels students and serves as 
advisor to the exchange students. 



SIDNEY T. DAVIS 



DEAN OF STUDENTS 



Mr. Richard Cunningham, Dean of Students, serves the 
needs of the college students by guiding Wesleyan in such areas 
as student housing, extracurricular and social modes of the 
student body. During his years at Wesleyan, through his 
enthusiastic and close contact with the students, he has become 
one of the most respected administrators of the "Wesleyan 
family". 



RICHARD A. CUNNINGHAM 




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DEAN OF WOMEN 



Dr. Marion McBrair, in her capacity as Dean of 
Women, is continuing to serve the women of Wesleyan 
in an efficient and charming manner. 

Furthering her attempt to establish new policies and 
to bring back some of the traditional ones, Dean 
McBrair counsels women students with many of their 
problems and advises the administration in needed 
improvements. 






MARION McBRAIR 





DEAN OF MEN 



One of the younger administrators, "Sam" Ross has as his 
duties, counseling individuals and groups, Student Aid, men's 
housing and advising and maintaining the general good con- 
duct of the men students. 



SAMUEL ROSS 



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REGISTRAR 



Registering students, maintaining permanent re- 
cords, scheduling examinations, preparing transcripts, 
writing some catalogue copy, teaching in the Business 
Department — these are just some of the duties of Mr. 
Patton Nickell, as Registrar of Wesleyan. Mr. Nickell 
worked in the admissions office during his undergra- 
duate years at Wesleyan before assuming his present 
position. Under his direction, a new system of registra- 
tion was initiated. 



PATTON L. NICKELL 



COLLEGE HOSTESS 



As College Hostess, Miss Nellie G. Wilson, serves Wesleyan 
as the official greeter of all visitors to the campus. In charge of 
reception and entertainment, she keeps busy in such a capac- 
ity. 

Miss Wilson also serves as Head Resident at Jenkins Hall, 
and helps to maintain general etiquette in Benedum dining 
room. She is a woman, indeed beloved by the students of 
Wesleyan. 



NELLIE WILSON 




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DIRECTOR OF 
ALUMNI AFFAIRS 

In his capacity as the Director of Alumni 
Affairs, Mr. Walter R. Collins' main concern 
is that of keeping in contact with the alumni 
and of maintaining their records. Editing the 
"Sundial" and organizing the annual alumni 
appeal are also the duties of his position. He 
promotes reunions and alumni Homecoming ac- 
tivities. 



DIRECTOR OF 
PUBLIC INFORMATION 



As co-worker with Mr. Collins, Mr. Creel 
S. Cornwell keeps the public informed about 
Wesleyan. This is done through the release of 
information, articles, pictures, and moving pic- 
tures to newspapers, magazines, periodicals, 
radio, and television stations. 




Mr. Cornwell 




DIRECTOR OF 
RELIGIOUS LIFE 

William D. Miller is a Duke University Seminary student 
and is serving an internship at Wesleyan in preparation for the 
campus ministry. He works closely with the M.S.M. and 
serves as their advisor. 



Mr. Miller 




DIRECTORS OF 
ADMISSIONS 

Selecting new students each year and processing their 
application for admissions is the main responsibility of 
Mr. Raymond Kiser, Director of Admissions, and Mrs. 
Thelma Kessler, Assistant Director of Admissions. They 
see that information about Wesleyan is sent to students 
throughout the eastern United States and travel many 
miles to interview prospective students. They welcome 
inquiries and each request is handled promptly. 



Mrs. Kessler 



SUPERINTENDENT OF 
BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS 

William B. Hicks Jr. is again Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds. He 
is directly responsible for the maintenance of the buildings on campus, the 
moving of equipment, and the allocation of supplies. In addition, he works 
with the Traffic committee in registering vehicles and enforcing traffic regu- 
lations on campus. 

Mr. Hicks 




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DIRECTOR OF 
CAMPUS CENTER 

Mr. James Stansbury is Director of the Campus Center and is 
responsible for everything that occurs there. He is aided by Mrs. Clif- 
ford Summers, his capable Assistant Director of the Campus Center. 
They are in charge of all the departments of the center, and work 
with the C.C.P.B. and are responsible to the college administration and 
President Martin in all of their duties. Mr. Stansbury also is the 
Campus Co-ordinator, in charge of all official occasions, conferences 
in the summer, non-academic personnel, and scheduling of college 
facilities for dances, movies, and other events. 




Mr. Stansbury 



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Mrs. Summers 




DIRECTOR OF 

AUDIO- VISUAL 

SERVICES 



Rev. Earle N. Carlson has charge of a newly-created service made 
necessary by development in teaching and communication techniques 
requiring use of motion pictures, tape recording, radio, and television. 
He has charge of all audio-visual equipment, taping of programs for 
radio broadcast, and television programs. His duties have included 
tape recording of the proceedings of the annual conference. It is hoped 
that the availability of his services will encourage increased use of 
audio-visual teaching aids on the campus. 



Mr. Carlson 



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AGEY, CALVIN B. 
B.M., M.M., Ph.D. 
Music 



AULT, CHALMER A. 
A.B., M.A. 
Education 



FACULTY 




BARKAT, ANWAR M. 
B.A., B.D., S.T.M., M.A. 

Political Science 



BRAWNER, SELMA M. 

B.S., M.A. 

Nursing 



BROWN, WALTER L. 
B.S., M.S., Ed.D. 
Education 
Assistant Dean 



BUHLER, HERBERT J., JR. 
B.A., B.D., M.A. 
Psychology 





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CAPSTACK, ERNEST, JR. 
B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 
Chemistry 



COLLINS, IRMA H. 
B.A., B.S.M., M.M. 
Music 



COSTON, HERBERT R., 

JR. 
B.A., B.D., M.A., Ph.D. 
History 



COSTON, PHYLLIS E. 

A.B., M.A. 

English 




CRAIG, ROBERT S. 


CUTLIP, CAROL J. 


DOWNEY, MARVIN 


ELLIS, FRANKLIN C. 


A.B., M.Ed. 


B.S. 


A. A., M.A., Ph.D. 


B.S., M.S. 


Business Administration 


Nursing 


Political Science 
(on leave) 


Physical Education 




FRANQUIZ, JOSE A. 
A.B., S.T.B., Ph.D. 
Philosophy 



GILBERT, ALBIN R. 
Ph.D. 

Psychology 



GLAUNER, GEORGE 
A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 
History 



GLAUNER, MARCIA 

A.B. 

English 




GOULD, ARTHUR B. 


GREEN, ZAIDEE E. 


GRIESER, RALPH 


GROVES, JAY V. 


B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 


L.L.B., L.L.M., B.A., M.A., 


B.A., B.D. 


B.S.Ed., M.A. 


Chemistry 


Ph.D. 


Religious Education 


Economics 




English 


Town and Country Work 






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HALLAM, WILLIAM A. 
B.S., A.M. 
Mathematics 



HENDRICK, ROBERT M. 

B.A., M.A. 

History 



HICKMAN, PAUL R. 
B.S., M.S. 
Physical Sciences 



HILL, ELLIOTT 
A.B., M.A. 
English 





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HOFFMAN, MARIAN K. 

B.S., M.A. 

Nursing 



HOLLOWAY, HOMER E. 

B.S., M.S. 

Chemistry 



HUNT, ROBERT L. 
B.A., M.A. 
History 



KEESTER, GEORGE B. 

B.F.A., M.A. 

Art 




KELLER, MINNIE 
R.N., B.S., M.S. 
Nursing 



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LOFTIS, BOBBY 
B.M., MM. 

Music 
(on leave) 



McAllister, esther t. 

A.B., M.S. 
Home Economics 



McCLELLAN, BETTY K. 

A.B., M.A. 

English 




McCOY, JANET G. 


McWHORTER, BRUCE 


MARINACCIO, 


MARPLE, JAMES 


B.A. 


A. A., A.B., M.A. 


LAWRENCE 


B.S., M.S. 


English 


English 


B.S., M.A., Ph.D. 
Education 


Mathematics 




MARTIN, HELENE L. 

B.S. 

Physical Education 



MARTIN, MADGE 

R.N. 

School Nurse 



MAXWELL, BARBARA 
B.S., M.A. 
Physical Education 



MIKKELSON, DWIGHT 

B.A., M.A. 

History 








MOW, JOSEPH 
B.A., B.D., Ph D. 

Philosophy 



MYERS, JAMES K. 
B.S., M.S. 
Physical Education 



NELSON, ARNOLD 
B.A., M.S. 
Psychology 



NIX, JO ANNE 
B.A., M.F.A. 
Art 




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NORVELL, BETTY 


OAKLEY, KATHRYN C. 


PARKER, JUANITA 


PETERSON, FREDRICK A 


A.B., M.A. 


B.M., MM. 


B.S., M.A. 


B.A., M.A. 


Dramatic Arts 


Music 


Business Administration 


Director of Latin 
American Studies 
Anthropology 




PLUMMER, KENNETH 


PRINCE, E. WOODWARD 


PUGH, CHARLES 


RAINES, SAM E 


A.B., B.D., Ph.D. 


B.S., M.S., M.A. 


WILLIAM 


A.M., M.A. 


Religion 


Psychology 


B.S., M.S. 
Physical Education 


Speech 




RAST, GEORGE 
B.S., M.S. 
Nursing 



REEMSNYDER, DAVID E. 
M.S., A.M. 
Physical Education 



REYNOLDS, POLLY 

B.A. 

Library Science 



ROBERTS, LEONARD 
B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 
English 




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ROSS, MARY 
A.B. 

Library Science 
Circulation Librarian 



ROSSBACH, GEORGE 
B.S., M.A., Ph.D. 
Biology 



RUHLOW, DEAN 
B.S., M.A. 

Business Administration 



SCHAPER, FLORENCE 
B.S., M.A., Ph.D. 
Sociology 




SHAFER, ROBERT 


SHATTUCK, RALPH 


SHAVER, JOHN D. 


SHEPHERD, SUZANNE 


B.M., B.M.E., M.M. 


A.M., M.Ed. 


B.S., M.A. 


B.A., M.S. 


Music 


Education 


Speech 


Library Science 
Assistant Librarian 




SHISSLER, HENRY 
B.S., S.T.B., M.Ed., Ph.D. 
Sociology 



STEALEY, HELEN 
A.B., M.A. 
Religious Education 



SUN, JU KUELI 
B.S., M.S. 
Physics 



TAYLOR, WAYLAND P. 
B.A., B.D., M.A. 
Biology 




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TERLAAKPOOT, 


TINELLI, STEPHEN D. 


WALLS, MARGARET 


WEIMER, ELIZABETH 


DIEDERIK W. L. 


B A , MA. 


B.S., M.S. 


B.S., M.S. 


B.A. (equivalent) 


Art 


Home Economics 


Biology 


French 










WELLIVER, KENNETH B. 
B.A., B.D., M.A., Ph.D. 
Bible and Religion 



WELLS, MARGARET E. 

B.A., M.A. 

English 



WEST, OWEN L. 
B.M , M.M.Ed. 
Music 



WILKINS, CURTIS 
B.S., Ph.D. 
Chemistry 




WILLIAMS, T. D. 


WILLIS, WILLIAM 


WOLLCOTT, DOROTHEA 


JOHNSON, JANICE 


DUNCAN 


B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 


B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 


B.M.E., M.M. 


M.A. 


Physics 


Christian Ed. and Education 


Music 


English 









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BOYD, JOSHUA R. JR. 

B.A., M.A. 

Spanish 




CASTLE, RUSSELL W. 
B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 
Economics 

CRAVEN, PATRICIA K. 

B.S. 

Nursing 



McKITTRICK, MARY 
A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 
German 

STOCKERT, HELEN 
A.B., B.S., in L.S. 

Librarian 



WALLACE, ROBERT 

A.B., LL.B. 
Business Administration 




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Because of the expansion of campus organizations, the 
necessity of good leadership is more in demand. The goals of 
the college and the campus organizations are constantly grow- 
ing. This also creates the need for capable leaders. In being 
able to assume this leadership the students are preparing to 
be future citizens. 



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LEADERSHIP 





I didn't want to come to this meeting anyway. 



And to think . . . when we were their age. 





What a suggestion ! 












Now why couldn't I have thought of that ? 







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COMMUNITY COUNCIL 




Left to Right: R. Friend, C. Owens, Dean R. Cunningham, Mr. S. Tinelli, B. Cordero, President S. Martin, T. Patrick, G. 
Grey, B. Talkington, P. Lattore, M. Kelly, P. Weaver, R. Scott, R. Decatur, Mr. J. Mow, A. Blood, L. Huss, Mr. J. Stansbury. 



CAMPUS GOVERNMENT 



The purpose of the Community Council is to co- 
ordinate all campus activities and act as a unifying 
body in order that students, faculty, and administration 
cooperate in working toward the betterment of the 
college. 

Some of the activities of the council include the 
coordination of the Homecoming Weekend, the Christ- 
mas Dance, May Day Weekend, and support to the 
Wesleyan Community Chest. They also conduct dis- 



cussions of campus and problems and serve as a student 
channel of communication to the faculty and administra- 
tion and a clarification of student procedure by the ad- 
ministration. 

Officers of Community Council are: president, Pat 
Lattore; vice-president, Barry Talkington; secretary, Mary 
Ann Kelly; treasurer, Gordon Grey; and faculty repre- 
sentatives, Dean Cunningham, Mr. J. Stansbury, and Mr. 
S. Tinelli. 



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EXECUTIVE OFFICERS 



Community 

Council 

President 

PAT LATTORE 




SEATED, Left to Right: M. Kelly, P. Lattore. BACK ROW, Left to Right: Dean R. Cunningham, G. Grey, B. Talkington, 
Mr. S. Tinelli. 








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SEATED, Left to Right: W. Baird, S. Gammons, P. Evans. STANDING: M. Rothmann. 



SPECIAL 
ACTIVITIES 
COMMITTEE 

The Special Activities under the di- 
rection of chairman, Sally Gammons, 
plans and co-ordinates the big social 
weekends on campus. They also suggest 
other special events throughout the year. 

Their work for the Homecoming 
weekend included planning the corona- 
tion, house decorations, and the Home- 
coming parade. The committee also 
supervised the judging of door decora- 
tions at Christmas. 

The May Day weekend was expanded 
this year to include Parents weekend 
and the singing took place outside. This 
was something new for Wesleyan. The 
faculty members include Dean Sam 
Ross, Miss B. Maxwell, and Mr. W. 
Collins. 



SEATED, Left to Right: S. Schroeder, Dean R. Cunningham, B. Cordero. STAND- 
ING: P. Klick, J. Garris. 



AWARDS 
COMMITTEE 

The Awards Committee is re- 
sponsible for arranging and esta- 
blishing the standards for the 
various awards given during the 
year. The committee is responsible 
for planning and executing the 
annual Recognition Day Program. 
It determines the awarding of the 
Wesleyan Key and Wesley Ann 
and Wesley Andy. Under the di- 
rection of chairman, Brenda Cor- 
dero, it nominates the outstanding 
leaders for Who's Who in Ameri- 
can Colleges and Universities and 
other special awards. Advisor for 
the committee is Dean Richard 
Cunningham. 




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ELECTIONS 
COMMITTEE 



The Elections Committee is re- 
sponsible for conducting Com- 
munity Council and Class elections. 
Its duty also is to co-ordinate all 
campus-wide elections which in- 
clude selection of Homecoming 
Queen and May Queen. 

The committee meets under the 
leadership of Rosemary Haddon 
Decatur and faculty advisor Dean 
Richard Cunningham. 




SEATED, Left to Right: R. Decatur, B. Kimberlain. STANDING: J. Marple, 
R. Cunningham, C. Monroe. 



SEATED, Left to Right: C. Evans, C. Foster, J. Ploof. STANDING, D. 
Pierce, T Brzezinski, A. Blood, Dr. H. Coston, B. Wagner. 




COMMUNITY 
CHEST 

Wesleyan's Community Chest is responsible 
for the promotion and fund raising of worthy 
organizations. These worthy organizations in- 
clude the Wesleyan Student Emergency Loan 
Fund, Pliney Woods Negro College in Pliney 
Woods, Miss., CARE, and Radio Free Europe. 
The committee under chairman, Alan Blood, 
and faculty advisor. Dr. Herbert Coston, raises 
the money for these charities through many 
campus activities. 



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Left to Right; R. Friend, M. Goodhue, L. Hamlin, T. Patrick. 



LIBRARY 
COMMITTEE 

Under the leadership of Susan Fullen as 
chairman and Mr. Craig as advisor the Library 
Committee evaluates and helps to improve 
the student opinion of the library. It helps to 
improve the library operation and facilities by 
working with the librarian and the faculty 
library committee. 



PUBLICATIONS 
COMMITTEE 

The Publications Committee of Com- 
munity Council works in the area of campus 
publications. The group selects the editor 
of the Pharos and Murmurmontis and with 
the aid of the campus evaluates these pub- 
lications. It prepares the Homecoming and 
May Weekend programs. The Committee 
also selects and supervises the editor of 
the student handbook. Tom Patrick is the 
chairman and Mr. B. McWhorter is the 
advisor. 



STANDING, Left to Right; B. Beatty, S. Fullen, N. Wolfe. BACK ROW; 
P. Thompson, E. Losier, G. McVey. 




Left to Right; Dr. G. Rossbach, Mr. D. Williams, R. Scott, J. White, P. Erwin, C. Roy. 




ACADEMIC 
AFFAIRS 

The Academic Affairs Committee 
plans and coordinates the educa- 
tional affairs and cultural enrich- 
ment of the campus. The chairman 
of the committee is Randolph Scott 
and the advisors are Dr. George 
Rossbach and Mr. Duncan Wil- 
liams. The committee was instru- 
mental in the formation and pas- 
sage of "The Wesleyan Code," an 
honor system for Wesleyan. 



TRAFFIC 
COMMITTEE 

The Traffic Committee adminis- 
ters and regulates the laws govern- 
ing safe conduct in the use of motor 
vehicles at Wesleyan. Any fines 
collected go to the Student Emerg- 
ency Loan Fund. The chairman is 
Leslie Huss and the advisor is Mr. 
W. Hicks. 




SEATED, Left to Right; L. Gerrard, L. Huss, M. Hanson. STANDING, Left to right; 
L. Miller, B. Sevell, J. Elliott, Mr. W. Hicks. 



Left to Right; M. Bradley, S. Rogers, P. Weaver. 




SOCIAL 
COMMITTEE 



The Social Activities Committee coordinates the 
social activities and functions of the Community 
Council. Specific projects of this committee include 
organization of the Christmas dance and clarifica- 
tion of social rules and protocol to the student 
body. The chairman of the committee is Pete 
Weaver. 



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SEATED, Left to Right: 1st ROW, M. 
Frank, J. West, G. Sackett, B. Beatty, M. Wolfe, 
B. Shirley, J. Risher, S. Bishop, M. Hatch, D. 
Ufco, S. Barnes, Dean M. McBrair. 2nd ROW: 
K. Hymen, J. Fresh, S. Smolenski, C. Boehle, G. 
Milliken. 3rd ROW: J. Jones, B. Moore, C. 
Robinson, B. Gwynn, P. Sensue, G. McVey, S. 
Emmy. STANDING: L. Wilson, N. McNew, 
S. Barkley, . Roberts, M. Cory. 



ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS 



A.W.S. is the governing and programming body for 
women students which keeps women informed on what 
is going on and considers social regulations, administra- 
tion, and maintenance problems. It gives a tea for 
faculty women and new women students in the fall, ad- 
ministers the Christman Door Decorations, coordinates 



Women's Weekend in the spring and the Rose Banquet 
honoring all senior women. 

Officers are: President, Sally Bishop; Vice-President, 
Bonnie Ambrose; Recording Secretary, Janice Risher; 
Corresponding Secretary, Joyce Fresh; Treasurer, Pam 
Cutright. The Advisor is Dean Marian McBrair. 



SEATED, Left to Right: G. Murray, C. Munson. STANDING: M. Jenkins, 
J. Thorn, T. Davis, P. Shultzabarger, R. Myers. 



MEN'S HOUSE 
BOARD 

Under the advisor, Dean S. Ross, the 
Men's House Board provides government 
and organization for the men who live on 
campus. It furnishes social activities for 
the men and maintains the facilities of the 
dorms. President of the Men's House Coun- 
cil is Charles Munson. 




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CAMPUS CENTER PROGRAM BOARD 1964 



The Campus Center Program 
Board is concerned with the 
structure and implementation of 
programs in the areas of cul- 
ture, social, and recreation. It 
serves the whole community 
through the Campus Center. 

The board consists of three 
committees, social, cultural, 
and recreational, providing a 
program of activities for the 
campus. The activities produced 
by these committees include the 
May and Homecoming Dances, 
the various all-campus dances, 
bowling leagues, foreign films, 
coffee forums, the World 
Around Us Series, concerts, and 
the Small College Union Con- 
vention. 

The chairman is Pete Weav- 
er. Other officers include vice- 
chairman, Barbara Burns; sec- 
retary, Connie Clawson; and 
financial secretary, Paul Klick. 
The advisors include Mrs. 
Summers, Miss Maxwell, Dr. 
Mikkelson, and Mr. J. Stans- 
bury. 




SEATED, Left to Right: J. Painter, J. Herring, J. Baird, Mrs. E. Summers 
B. Burns. STANDING, Left to Right: P. Weaver; Mr. J. Stansbury, D. Holt, 
son, C. Dorr. 



M. Shepherd, 
Dr. D. Mikkel- 



1965 



Left to Right: M. Scutt, L. Wilson, G. Walton, B. Burns, Mr. J. Stansbury, P. Weaver, Mrs. E. Summers, Dr. D. Mikkelson, 
M. Sheperd, S. Kiser, M. Bradley, P. Klick. 




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Wesleyan's cultural life is constantly growing. Each year 
the playshop presents more popular plays and each year more 
recognized artists perform at the college. 

The academic life is also stressed strongly. A 2.0 grade 
average is necessary to participate in such activities as sports, 
Greek organizations, and certain campus offices. 



CULTURAL AND ACADEMIC 




Cast 

Jack Davidson 

Richard Hamilton 
Katherine Lind 
Jack Manning 
Peter Murphy 
Robert Penn 
Walter Plinge 
Dorothy Stinnette 
Peter Smart 
Ann Whiteside 
Ed Zimmerman 



Director 
Jack Manning 




Play Within a Play 



TWELFTH NIGHT AND HAMLET 



The famed Helen Hayes Repertory Company pre- 
sents two of William Shakespeare's plays in consecutive 
performances November 6th and 7 th at Atkinson Cha- 
pel. The Wesleyan performances are part of a fall tour 



of Southern colleges and universities. The event is part 
of the quatra-centennial celebration of Shakespeare's 
birth. 



An Actor Contemplates 



Here's to Wesleyan! 



"Love sought is good, but given unsought 
is better" 




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St. Joan pleads with the judges to escape her sentence. 



ST. JOAN 



The Bishop's Company appeared at Wesleyan 
March 1st and 2nd, 1965 presenting Ibsen's "An 
Enemy of the People" and highlights from Shaw's 
"St. Joan". Acting in tradition, the players believe 
that no props are necessary in actual presentation 
of a play. 




St. Joan urges the king to reconsider his position as ruler of the 
people. 



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CAST 

George McKinney 
Susan Crocker 
Caroline Grieser 
Don Sinclair 
Barry Talkington 
Margaret Roberts 
Jane Robinson 
Cheryl Horie 
Gary Ames 
Richard Parrack 




DIARY OF ANNE FRANK 










CAST 



Bob Winget 


Crystal Green 


Merry Hatch 


Joyce Rapp 


Alice Crayton 


Howie Stowe 


Wayne Lunstead 


Harry Huntington 


Sarah Jane Heater 


Steve Pierce 


Sydelle Davis 


Gordon Grey 


Pete Weaver 


Don Watson 


Jim Knorr 


Dennis Holt 



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ERNEST 

IN 
LOVE 




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MIDSUMMER 
NIGHT'S 
DREAM 





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Growth is reflected by Wesleyan's classes as they grow larger 
each year. Not only does the freshman class increase in size, 
but it also increases in quality with each successive year. This 
growth of Wesleyan's classes will not only benefit Wesleyan, 
but will assure the children of our generation a better world in 
which to live. 



CLASSES 




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PRESIDENT: WILLIAM WIRTH, Bridgeport, Conn. 
President of Senior Class- 1965, Theta Xi. 

VICE-PRESIDENT: PETER EVANS, Monroeville, Pa. 
Vice-President of Senior Class-1965, IFC President, Spe- 
cial Activities Committee, Psychology Club, Head Counse- 
lor, Doney Hall. 

SECRETARY: KAREN SORG, Pittsburgh, Pa. Alpha 
Delta Pi, Corresponding Secretary and Standards Chair- 
man; Captain of Cheerleading; Who's Who; Newman 
Club; Student Nurse's Assoc. AWS; Intramurals; Haught 
Literary Society — First Vice President; Wesleyan Repre- 
sentative to W. Va. Centennial Parade; Dean's List; Class 
Achievement Scholarship; Vice-President of New Dorm, 
Secretary of Senior Class. 

TREASURER: HARRIET BABCOCK, Swansea, Mass. 
Alpha Delta Pi, S.N.E.A. Treasurer; MUMMURMON- 
TIS, Greek Editor; Class Treasurer 

PUBLICITY CHAIRMAN: TED DE WOLF, Newton, 
Mass.; Vice-President of Interfraternity Council; Publicity 
Chairman of Senior Class; Co-captain of Football Team; 
Track. 



ABRAHAM, SUSAN, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Alpha Delta Pi; 
Kappa Pi; S.N.E.A.; Faculty Assistant 

ALLEN, CHARLES, Williamstown, W.Va.; Delta Xi, 
Secretary 

ALLMAN, DAVID, Clarksburg, W.Va.; Kappa Alpha; 

Treasurer, President, Blackstone Law Club, Intramural 

Football- Basketball; Volleyball, Prudential Committee 
Financial Advisor. 

ALLSOPP, CHERYL, Dravosburg, Pa., Alpha Gamma 
Delta; First Vice Presilent of AGD 

ALSOP, ROBERTA, Webster Springs, W.Va; Psi Chi, 
Psychology Club, Dean's List. 

ANYAN, JOEL, Greenwich, Conn.; Phi Sigma Epsilon, 
Treasurer, Chapel Choir, Chorale, Canterbury Club. 



ARMSTRONG, LINDA: Parsons, W.Va; Kappa Phi; 
Betty Lamp Club; SNEA. 

BACKUS, WAYNE: Pitcairn, Pa.; Theta Chi; Hyma 
Glee Club; Intramurals. 

BAINBRIDGE, WANDA, Webster, Pa. 

BAIRD, WARREN, Claymont, Del.; Chairman of 
Campus Center Program Board, Letterman-Soccer Team; 
Swimming Team, Lifeguard; Intramurals. 

BARKLEY, SUZANNE, Butler, Pa.; Zeta Tau Alpha; 
A.W.S.; Religious Life Council, SNEA. 

BARNES, ALLEN, Brownsville, Pa.; Kappa Alpha; 
Blackstone Law Club. 




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BATTEN, RALPH, Portsmouth, N.H.; Psychology Club. 

BEATTY, ANNA- Lake Placid. N.Y. 

BECKER, SUE, Pittsburgh, Pa.; S.N.E.A.; Alpha Xi Delta. 

BEDDOW, MARTHA, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Betty Lamp Club; 
Psychology Club, Sociology Club. 

BENNETT, VERNON, Buckhannon, W.Va. 




B1ALON, FRANKLIN, Monessen, Pa.; President, Delta Xi; 
Vice-President, Sitzmark Ski Club; I.F.C; Blackstone Law 
Club; Hyma Glee Club. 

B1ANCHI, RALPH, Garwood, N.J.; Delta Xi; Soccer; Intra- 
murals; I.F.C. Rept. 

BISHOP, SALLY, Cockeysville, Md. 

BOBO, DENNIS, Cumberland, Md.; Kappa Alpha. 

BOGART, PATRICIA, Hampton, N.J.; S.N.E.A. 

BONAFED, LYNN, Monessen, Pa.; Kappa Pi; Alpha Gamma 
Delta. 



BONDA, WILLIAM, Monessen, Pa.; Tennis; Swimming; 
Psychology Club; Psi Chi. 

BOWERS, RONALD, Fairmont, W.Va.; Chapel Choir; Cho- 
rale; M.E.N.C; A.G.O.; Tour Choir; Kappa Alpha. 

BOWMAN, BECKY, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Alpha Xi Delta; Socio- 
logy Club. 

BRADBURY, LOIS, Ridgewood, N.J.; President of Alpha 
Delta Pi; S.N.E.A.; May Day Attendant, 1964; Community 
Council Awards Comm. 

BRIDGES, EDWARD, Youngwood, Pa.; Theta Xi; Choir; 
Chorale. 

BROWN, DONNA, Parkersburg, W.Va.; Panhellenic; Junior 
Class Treasurer; W.R.A. 



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BRUSO, WALTER, Montpelier, Vt.; Phi Sigma Epsilon 
President, Student NEA. 

BRYAN, O'NEAL, Arlington, Va. 

BRYANT, KAREN, Buckhannon, W.Va.; Kappa Phi; Editor 
of Candlebeam; SNEA-Secretary. 

BRZEZINSKI, THOMAS, Phi Sigma Epsilon, Officer; Offic- 
er-SNEA; Merit Award, Vesper Committee, CCPB Social 
Committee, CCPB Cultural Committee, Dorm Secretary and 
Treasurer. 

BUCHER, ELIZABETH, Wellsville, NY.; Zeta Tau Alpha; 
Panhellenic Council; Chapel Choir; Kappa Phi. 



BUNTING, BOYD, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Theta Xi. 

CABLE, DANA, Brookville, Pa.; Psychology Club President; 
Young Republican Club Treasurer and President; United 
Nations Club; Circle K; Dorm Counselor. 

CANNER, GARY. Massapequn, Park, N.Y. 

CARPENTER, EDWARD, Hackettstown, Pa, Theta Chi; 
Traffic Committee; Beta Beta Beta. 

CARTENSEN, JUDITH, Beckley, W.Va., Haught Literary 
Society. 

CARTER, THOMAS, Buckhannon, W.Va. 



CASTILLER, SUSAN, Newburgh, N.Y, Alpha Gamma Delta 
President, PHAROS. 

CHAMBERLAIN, RICHARD, Buckhannon, W.Va. 

CHRIST, GEORGE, Sparta, N.J. 

CHURCH, PENNY-LEE, Pleasant Valley, Conn, Kappa 
Phi. 

CLARK, GERALDINE, Queens, N.Y, Delta Psi Kappa 
Intramurals, AWS; President Jenkins Hall, "Outstanding Fe- 
male Athlete 1964", PHAROS. 

CLINE, JR. CHARLES, Parkersburg, W.Va, Benzene Ring. 








COCHRUN- JAMES, Naples, Fla. 

COLAN, JERALD, Clayton, N.J.; Football, Track, Theta Chi, 
Football — Most Valuable Player. 

COLE, MARY, Orleans, Mass. May Sing, MSM, Women's 
Glee Club; Women's Intramural Sports; AWS weekend, 
KKKK, Homecoming Decorations Committee for Jenkins 
Hall, MSM Council Member. 

COMLY, MARY FRANCES, Secretary MENC, AGO, Kappa 
Phi, Canterbury Club, Orchestra; Choir; Women's Glee 
Club. 

CONNELLY, ELLEN, Springfield, N.J. 




COOK, FAYE, Ashville, N.C, Sociology Club, Psychology 
Club. 

COOPER, ROBERTA, Pittsburgh, Pa, Choir, SNEA, Cho- 
rale. 

CORBETT, DAVID, Clarksburg, W.Va. 

CORNWELL, CREEL, Lost Creek, W.Va, Beta Beta Beta, 
Benzene Ring. 

CORTESE, JEROME, Houston, Pa. 

CRAYTON, ALICE, Uniontown, Pa, Alpha Xi Delta, SNEA, 
Alpha Psi Omega. 



CROSS, LARRY, Buckhannon, W.Va. 

CURRY, MARY, Buckhannon, W.Va, Alpha Gamma Delta, 
Chairman of Membership History of AGD; SNEA; Women's 
Glee Club; Ski Club; Travel Club; Counselor. 

DALLAVALLE, JOHN, Torrington, Conn. 

DANEKER, LINDA, Baltimore, Md, Alpha Xi Delta, Soci- 
ology Club; Sorority Treasurer; Intramurals; Psychology Club; 
Philosophy Club; MURMURMONTIS 

DANN, DAVID, Warwich, N.J.; Theta Xi; Intramural 
Sports; Scuba Diving. 

DA VIES, JAMES, Poughkeepsie, NY, Houseboard 1,2; Traf- 
fic Committee 3,4; PHAROS, 4; Inter-Fraternity Council 3, 
Treasurer 4. 




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DOERR, CARL, Baltimore, Md., Campus Center Program 
Board, SNEA; Methodist Student Movement, Social Chairman 
(Phi Sigma Epsilon) 

DORR, RAYMOND, Sebring, Ohio, Kappa Alpha, Football, 
Track. 

DUMICAN, MARTHA, South Yarmouth, Mass. 

EDDEY, BETTY, Tenafly, N.J, MURMURMONTIS, Editor, 
Jr. year; PHAROS Art Editor; Canterbury Club, Kappa Pi; 
Band. 

EDMUNDS, JR. FRANKLIN, Myersdale, Pa.; Theta Chi. 



EISENGART, PAULETTE, Cleveland, Ohio, Alpha Delta Pi; 
MURMURMONTIS, 2 years; Ski Club. 

EMMERTH, BARBARA, Parkersburg, W.Va, Alpha Xi 
Delta, SNEA. 

ERK, STANLEY, Richmond, Ind.; Theta Chi; Benzene Ring; 
Fencing Club, Pres.; Basketball Manager; Fraternity — Librar- 
ian; Hyma Glee Club; Scuba Diving Club. 

FISHER, LINDA, Fallston, Md.; Alpha Xi Delta; Correspond- 
ing Secretary; SNEA. 

FITZ, CARL, Nashua, N.H.; Theta Xi. 

FOGLESONG, ELLEN; Mullens, W.Va.; Alpha Gamma 
Delta; Community Council; Who's Who; President, Haught 
Literary Society; Student Counselor; Religious Life Council; 
PHAROS Staff; Chairman, Publications Committee. 




FORSGREN, KEITH, Warren, Pa; Kappa Alpha; IFC; Presi- 
dent of KA. 

FOSTER, KENNETH, Milton, W.Va.; Phi Sigma Epsilon; 
Sigma Theta Epsilon; Religious Life Council; KKKK; Men's 
House Board, Methodist Student Movement. 

FUNK, JOHN, Lutherville, Md.; Kappa Alpha; Fraternity 
Athletics; Football, 3; Basketball, 4; Softball, 4; Corresponding 
Secretary; KA. 

GAISER, CAROL, Washington, Pa. 

GAMMONS, SALLY, Kingstown, R.I.; Alpha Delta Pi-Vice 
President; Community Council-Chairman Special Activities 
Committee; AWS; Intramurals WRA. 

GARDNER, PATRICIA, Hackettstown, N.J.; Band. 



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GEER, SUSAN, Baltimore, Md. 

GERRARD, LORNA, Torrington, Conn.; A.W.S.; Class Of- 
ficer; S.N.EA; Organ Guild; MURMURMONT1S; Traffic 
Comm. 

GILCHREST, CLIFFORD, Rahway, N.J. 

GLADWELL, GARY, Buckhannon, W.Va. 

GOMMOLL, HARRIET, Media, Pa.; Kappa Phi; Alpha 
Gamma Delta; M.E.N.C.; Orchestra; A.G.O.; K.K.K.K. 




GRANT, SHARON, Spokane, Wash.; S.N.E.A.; Vice-Presi- 
dent. 

GRAY, SHARON, Parkersburg, W.Va.; S.N.E.A.; Religious 
Life Council, Secretary; Kappa Phi. 

GROSSMAN, LINDA, Albany, NY.; Betty Lamp Club. 

GROVES, MARTHA, Buckhannon, W.Va. 

GROVES, PHILIP, French Creek, W.Va.; Hyma Glee Club. 

GRUBB, STEPHEN, Charleston, W.Va.; Kappa Alpha; Men's 
Houseboard; Dean's List; Golf; Intramurals; Benzene Ring; 
Scholarship Citation of KA. 



HAAS, JOSEPH, Scotch Plains, N.J.; Kappa Alpha. 

HACKLER, ELIZABETH, Columbus, Ohio; Girl's Glee Club; 
A.W.S.; Vice-President, Jenkins Hall. 

HADDEN, ROSEMARY, Mahopac, N.Y.; Community Coun- 
cil; Chairman, Elections Comm.; Theta Xi Sweetheart. 

HAINES, JAMES, Washington, Pa.; Theta Xi. 

HAMBLIN, DONNA, Massapequa Park, N.Y; Kappa Phi; 
M.E.N.C; S.N.E.A. 

HAMMOND, ROGER, Oswego, N.Y.; Benzene Ring; House- 
board. 








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HAMRICK, HAYWARD, Theta Xi; Psi Chi; President, 
Psychology Club, Vice President; Dance Band. 

HANLE, JENNIFER, Ship Bottom, N.J., Alpha Delta Pi; 
SNEA; Sociology Club; Travel Club; PHAROS, Greek Editor; 
MURMURMONTIS. 

HANSEN, RICHARD, Holbrook, Mass. 

HANSON, MARJORIE, Silver Spring, Md., Betty Lamp 
Club; SNEA; Kappa Alpha Sweetheart; Traffic Committee; 
Kappa Pi 

HARRIS, GEORGE, Wesley Weds; Sigma Theta Epsilon; 
Methodist Student Movement; Student approved supply pas- 
tor 



HA WES, KATHRYN, Alpha Gamma Delta 

HECHT, MARLENE, Pittsburgh, Haught Literary, 2nd vice- 
pres.; Kappa Phi; Fresh. Women Counselor, Psi Chi; Reli- 
gious Life Council; Tau Omega Chi 

HEIT, RICHARD, Savannah, N.Y., Kappa Alpha; Wesleyan 
Band, Intramurals 

HELT, FRANKLIN, Johnstown, Pa., Methodist Student 
Movement; Psi Chi; Track 

HERING, JULIE, Pittsburgh, Campus Center Program; NEA; 
WRA 

HERSHMAN, GARY, Webster Springs, Kappa Alpha Order; 
Football; Baseball 



HESS, CAROL, Patkersburgh, W. Va., SNEA; Sitzmark Ski 
Club 

HETZ, JANICE 

HOCKELBERG, PAULA, McMurray, Pa., Alpha Xi Delta, 
Sociology Club 

HOKE, DIXIE LEE, Second Creek, Chapel Choir 

HOLT, HAINES, Maryland, Delta Xi 

HOPKINS, ANNA, Given, W. Va., Zeta Tau Alpha, Haught 
Literary Society; Honorary Business Society; Freshman Coun- 
selor 




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HOTTINGER, DOTTY, Romney, SNEA, Campus Board 
Committee 

HUFFCUT, DOUGLAS, Endicott, N.Y., Theta Chi, Intramu- 
rals 

HULSLANDER, DAVID, Athens, Pa, Theta Xi, Swim Team, 
Best Swimmer of 1964, Lifeguard 

HUSS, LESLIE, Silver Spring, Md., Alpha Delta Pi, Travel 
Club, Panhellenic Sect, Community Council 

JACKSON, STEVE, Parkersburg, Theta Chi, Football, 
Track 



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JENNINGS, KAREN, Fallston, Md, Choir, Chorale, Tour 
Choir. Alpha Xi Delta, Theta Xi Sweetheart, Sophomore May 
Court Attendant, Religious Life Council, "King and I" Lead 
Role 

JOHNSTON, MARGARET, Killingsworth, Conn, Counse- 
lor 

JUSTH, JOSEPH, Cranford, N.J, Kappa Alpha Order, Intra- 
murals 

KARICKHOFF, SAMUEL 

KEE, FRANCES, Parsons, SNEA, Betty Lamp Club 

KESSLER, SANDRA, Nutterfort, Alpha Delta Pi Vice Pres, 
Panhellenic Council, Treas. AWS 



KEYS, JAMES, South Charleston, Kappa Alpha Order Junior 
Class President 

LEWIS, LINDA, Clairton, Pa, Alpha Xi Delta 

KING, ANNABELLE, Cleveland, Ohio, Betty Lamp Club, 
Newman Club 

KING, JERRY, Sharon, Pa. 

KRAFFERT, ALICE, Camden- Wyoming, Del, Choir, Band, 
Orchestra, Chorale, MENC 

KRENZIN, BARBARA, Hurricane, Murmurmontis, Betty 
Lamp Club 




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KUNKLE, JACQUELINE, Beividere, N.J., Psychology Club 

LAMOREAUX, GLORIA, Elmira, NY., Wesleyan Choir, 
Wesleyan Chorale, SNEA, Betty Lamp Club 

LANGE, GARRETT, Langhorne, Pa., 
Psychology Club 



Kappa Alpha Order, 



LANTZ, SAMUEL, Wheeling, W. Va., Kappa Alpha Order 

LATTORE, PATRICK, Lunenburg, Mass., Kappa Alpha Or- 
der, Psychology Club, O.D.K, Community Council President, 
O D.K. Vice President, Head Counselor of McCuskey Hall 



LEMON, JEANNINE, Parkersburg, W.Va., Alpha Xi Delta 

LEMON, JUDITH, Pitcairn, Pa., Alpha Delta Pi, Theta Chi 
Sweetheart, Psychology Club, Greek Week Queen, Jr. Home- 
coming Attendant 

LESLIE, FRANK, Pittsburg, Pa. 

LEYON, PETER, Westbury, NY., Theta Chi, Interfraternity 
Council, Intramurals 

LINGO, ARCHIBALD, Rehobeth, Del. 

LOZIER, ELAINE, Oxford, N.J., Alpha Gamma Delta 2nd 
V.P., SNEA, Houseboard 



MALONEY, KENNETH, Morristown, N.J., Theta Xi, Varsity 
Golf Team Captain, Psi Chi Natl. Honor Society Treasurer, 
Dean's List. 

MARRACCINI, RAYMOND, Elizabeth, Pa., Theta Xi, Intra- 
mural Director, Cross Country, Track 

MARTIN, DONNA, Beaver Falls, Pa., Haught Lit. Society 
Sec't.-Treas., Psi Chi, AWS, Agnes Howard Hall Pres., Cam- 
pus Center Program Board, Fellowship Teams Chairman. 

MARTIN, GARY, Belle Vernon, Pa., Theta Chi, Intramurals, 
SNEA, Soccer 

MARTIN, LOIS, Buckhannon, W. Va. Wesleyan Student 
Nursing Association 

MARTIN, BECKY, Huntington, Alpha Xi Delta, SNEA 




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MATTOX, ELISE, Freehold, N.J., Zeta Tau Alpha, Band, 
MENC, Freshman Counselor 

MacCALLUM, BONNIE, Bronxville, N.Y., SNEA, Alpha 
Gamma Delta, Poal Committee, Hockey team 

McCUSKEY, DAVID, Parkersburg, W.Va., Track, Intramu- 
rals 

McKELVEY, THOMAS 

McNEW, NANCY, Clairtown, Pa., SNEA, Haught Literary 
Society 




MEEK, RONNIE, Savanna, Illinois 
MERRIHEW, DIANE, Onset, Mass. 

MESSENGER. DORISLEE, Gandeeville, Kappa Phi, Student 

Nurses Association, NSNA 

MITTWACHT, MICHALE, Absccon, N.J., Delta Xi 

MONNIE, WILLIAM, Buckhannon, W. Va. 

MONROE, CASSANDRA, Newton Falls, Ohio, Alpha Delta 
Pi, Synchronized Swimming- SNEA 



MOORE, JR., SHANNINGS, Port Ewen, N. Y., Soccer, Year- 
book 

MORAN, LINDA, Cucumber, W.Va., Kappa Phi, Sociology 
Club, Psychology Club, Community Chest 

MYERS. JANICE, McKeesport, Pa., Zeta Tau Alpha, Delta 
Psi Kappa, Women's Recreation Assn., Sociology Club 

MYERS, PAUL, Cumberland, Md., Theta Xi, Soccer, Newman 
Club 

NEES, EUGENE, Newville, Pa., Rush Chairman, Golf, Black- 
stone Law Club 

NEWMAN, JUDY 




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NICELY, VINCENT, Huntington, W.Va., Benzene Ring; 
Omicron Delta Kappa. 

NOON, CELESTINE, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Kappa Phi; Psi Chi; 
May Sing; Women's Glee Club; Girl's Intermurals. 

NOROSKI, RAYMOND, Munhall, Pa.; Newman Club. 

OCHS, DONALD, Paterson, N.J.; Benzene Ring-Secretary; 
I.F.C-Committee Coordinator; Phi Sigma Epsilon. 

ODOR, DAVID, Silver Spring, Md.; Theta Chi; Communiry 
Council; Linen Service. 



PAINTER, JOHN, Nashua, N.H.; Choir, Chorale; Young 
Republican Club; Psychology Club; S.N.E.A.; Sigma Theta 
Epsilon, M.S.M.; Pre-Ministerial Fellowship; C.C.P.B.; Dormi- 
tory Counselor; National Methodist Scholarship; Dean's List; 
Omicron Delta Kappa, Psi Chi. 

PAPE, JAMES, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Delta Xi; Soccer; Ski Club; 
Men's Glee Club. 

PARRACK, RICHARD, Elkton, Md. 

PETERSON, CHARLES, Weston, W.Va.; President, W.Va. 
M.S.M.; President, W.V.W.C M.S.M.; S.T.E., Omicron Delta 
Kappa; Religious Life Council; Intermural Basketball. 

POGUE, GEORGIA, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

PRESET, CAROLE, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Sociology Club; Psychol- 
ogy Club; Psi Chi. 



PROSTAK, DONALD, Lebanon, Pa.; Beta Beta Beta; Intra- 
murals. 

RACE, ROSALIND, Brookville, Pa.; Band; M.E.N.C; Kappa 
Phi; M.S.M. 

RANNELLS, TRUDY, Romney, W.Va.; Alpha Gamma Del- 
ta, Sr. Panhellenic Delegate; President, Panhellenic Council; 
President, S.N.E.A. 

RANSON, DONALD, St. Albans, W.Va.; Omicron Delta 
Kappa; Baseball; Dorm Counselor. 

RAPP, JOYCE, California, Pa. 

REYNOLDS, DOUGLAS, Nazareth, Pa.; Beta Beta Beta. 




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RICHARDS, NORVIN, Fanwood, N.J.; Philosophy, President 
of Theta Xi; Cross Country; Swimming; Track; Sec.-Treas., of 
W.Va. State Philosophical Society; Benedum Center Social 
Comra.; Community Council Awards Committee; PHAROS; 
Philosophy Club; I.F.C. 



JAMES, Charleston, W.Va.; Theta Xi; Intramu- 



ROACH, 
rals. 

ROBBINS, HERBERT, Hempstead, N.Y.; Psychology Club; 
Pre-Ministerial Fellowship; Steering Committee; Dean's 
List. 

ROBINSON, JANE, Johnstown, Pa., Alpha Psi Omega; 
Playshop; S.N.E.A. 

ROBERTS, MARGARET, Buckhannon, W.Va.; Zeta Tau 
Alpha; Playshop; Freshman Counselor. 




ROGERS, CHARLENE, Collins Center, NY.; Alpha Gamma 
Delta; Freshman Counselor; President of Kappa Phi. 

ROTHMANN, MARY, Chatham, NY.; Alpha Delta Pi; 
Kappa Pi; MURMURMONTIS; Travel Club; Canterbury 
Club; Special Activities Comm. 

SCHAFFNER, DAVID, Baltimore, Ohio; Football Captain; 
Theta Chi-President; Counselor; Executive Comm. of I.F.C; 
Chairman of Table Games of Student Center. 

SCHILLING, ROBERT, Kearny, N.J.; Theta Chi; Intramu- 
rals. 

SCHOFIELD, DANIEL, Westfield, N.J.; Theta Chi; Com- 
munity Council; Track; Benzene Ring; Chairman Publica- 
tions and Library Committees. 



SCHULLERI, RICHARD, Point Look-out, N.Y.; Delta Xi; 
Vice-President; Blackstone Law Club; Soccer; Sitzmark Ski 
Club; Greek Week Committee Chairman. 

SCHWENDEMAN, LARRY, Marietta, Ohio; Theta Xi, So- 
cial Member; Newman Club; Business Club. 

SEYMOUR, JOHN, Westernport, Md.; Kappa Alpha. 

SHEATS, EVERETT, Arlington, Va. 

SHEPPARD, CHARLES, Lewes, Del.; Kappa Alpha; Foot- 
ball. 

SHOEMAKER, EDGAR, Riverton, N.J.; Kappa Alpha; Mu- 
sic Coordinator; Blackstone Law Club; Intramurals; Spiders. 



SCHROEDER, SHARON, Sparta, N.J.; Alpha Xi Delta; 
S.N.E.A. 




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SHORT, DANIEL, Bridgeville, Del.; Delta Xi; Track; Intra- 
murals. 

SLAUGHTER, JAMES. Buckhannon, W.Va.; Theta Chi, 
SNEA; Yearbook; Newspaper; SCOW Committee. 

SMITH, JEFFREY, Reading, Mass., Delta Xi; Sports Editor- 
PHAROS; Playshop; Intramurals. 

SMITH, WILLIAM, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Theta Xi, Recording 
Secretary. 

SNAUFFER, ROBERT, Pittsburgh, Pa. 



SNEDEKER, ANNE, Wheeling, W.Va.; Kappa Phi; Band; 
Beta Beta Beta; MSM; BCCB Cultural Committee. 

SNYDER, CHARLES, McKeesport- Pa.; Kappa Alpha; Foot- 
ball; Track. 

SOLOMON, FAYANN, Masontown, Pa., Alpha Xi Delta; 
Betty Lamp Club. 

SPITZER, BARBARA, Fort Defiance, Va., Choir; Chorale, 
MENC; Alpha Delta Pi. 

STANDING, CAROL, Milton, Mass., Alpha Delta Pi; Choir; 
Music Chairman-Sorority; Psi Chi Vice-President. 

STARCHER, NANCY, Weston, W.Va, Honorary Business 
Society. 



STEWART, ROBERT, Towson, Md, Kappa Alpha. 

STILES, THOMAS, Newfield, N.J, Theta Chi.; Dorm Repre- 
sentative; House Board Treasurer; Business Manager of PHA- 
ROS; President of Theta Chi. 

STOKES, GLENNA, Butler, Pa, SNEA. 

STRADER, SHARON, Crawford, W.Va. 

SUDER, FRED, Buckhannon, W.Va, Theta Chi 

SWINLER, JAMES, Buckhannon, W.Va. 




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TALBOTT, BEATRICE, Alderson, W.Va, Betty Lamp Club, 
AWS Council. 

THOMAS, LINDSAY, Newark, Del. 

THOMAS, RICHARD, Pittsburgh, Pa., Kappa Alpha; (Parlia- 
mentarian, Censor, Social Chairman); Intramurals; Psychology 
Club; Newman Club. 

TIMMONS, CHARLOTTE, Pittsburgh, Pa., Betty Lamp Club; 
Traffic Committee. 

TOWNLEY, JAMES, Troy, N.Y., Sigma Theta Epsilon. 




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TOWNSEND, DALE, Pittsburgh, Pa., Theta Chi; Tennis; 
Benzene Ring. 

TROGNITZ, MARILYN, Pittsburgh, Pa., Theta Xi. 

UNDERWOOD, STEVEN, Washington, DC, Theta Xi; 
Sergeant of Arms, Historian, Photographer; Beta Beta Beta- 
Vice President; Band. 

VAN HENNINGEN, DIRK, Deep River, Conn., Band, 
SNEA. 

VAN MULLEM, RICHARD, Dayton, Ohio; Phi Sigma Ep- 
silon; Golf Team; Swimming Team. 

VARTAN, LEO, Kearny, N.J, Theta Chi; Benzene Ring; 
Library Committee School; Basketball; Spanish Club; Frater- 
nity-Vice President. 



VITEZ, BONNIE, Friendsville, Md, MENC, Chorale, 
Choir. 

WALDRON, JULIA, Richwood, W.Va, Canterbury Club. 

WALLACE, KEITH, Greensburg, Pa, Kappa Alpha. 

WALTER, LEE, Pennsville, N. J, Delta Xi; Football, Track, 
Awards Committee. 

WAMSLEY, KAYE, Clarksburg, W.Va, Alpha Xi Delta; 
SNEA. 

WARD, DIANE, Hot Springs, Va, Alpha Delta Pi. 




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WATTS, JOHN, Pawcatuck, Conn.; Theta Xi; Tennis 
Team. 

WEST, JANET, Parkersburg, W.Va.; Delta Psi Kappa; Cheer- 
leader; SNEA; WRA. 

WESTFALL, DIANE, Buckhannon, W.Va.; Band; MENC. 

WHITE, PHYLLIS, Port Byron, N.Y.; Kappa Phi 2,3,4; 
Methodist Student Movement, 3,4; SNEA 1,2. 

WILLEY, TERRY, Milford, Del.; Delta Xi; Philosophy Club; 
Baseball. 



WILSON, THOMAS, New Brunswick, N.J. 

WINGET, ROBERT, Yorktown Heights, N.Y., Chapel Choir, 
1961-65, Vice President; President 4, Chorale; Tour Choir-2; 
Theta Xi. 

WINNETT, VALERIE, Mehoopany, Pa. 

WITSCHEY, LILA, New Martinsville, W.Va., WRA; Intra- 
murals. 



WOODFORD, JANE, Wilmington, Del.; Alpha Xi Delta; 
SNEA; Water Ballet; Hockey Team. 

WOOLBAUGH, BARBARA, Hallstead, Pa., SNEA. 

WOOLDRIDGE, DIANE, Wilmington, Del. 

YOCKEL, JOHN, Theta Chi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Track. 




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Judy Lemon and Lois Bradbury, Senior 
Homecoming attendants array bright smiles 
during the parade. 




Ted DeWolf converses with his parents before a big 
game. 



Before the Homecoming parade, John Funk, Jerry Moore, Robert 
Srwert, and Joy Caldabaugb put the finishing touches on the Kappa 
Alpha float. 





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President: DOUGLAS THATCHER 
Sussex, N.J. 




ADAMS, MARY 
Selbyville, Del. 
ALPAUGH, NANCY 
High Bridge, N.J. 
ANDERS, JR. 

MALCOLM 
Lansdale, Pi. 


ANDERSON, 
MORGAN 
Washington, W. Va. 
ASTLE, BRIAN 
Parkersburg, W. Va. 


ATTLESON, 
SARAIANE 

Cortland. N.Y. 

BALLING, 
THEODORE 

Westficld. N.J. 


BARNES, SUSAN 
Toledo, Ohio 
BAUGHMAN, MARY 
Pittsburgh. Pa. 


BARD. IANET 
Elkins, W. V.. 




BEALE, GARY 
Summersville, W. Va. 
BECHTEL, JUDY 
Baltimore. Md. 
BEEM. ROBERT 
Newton Highlands. 
Mass. 


BENNETT, 

ARTHUR 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 
BENNETT, 

LEEANN 
Hunrington, VT . Va. 


BENNETT, 

STEPHEN 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
BERGEN, 

PATRICIA 
Morristown, N.J. 


BLACK. JERRY 
Buckhannon. W, Va 
BLANKENSHIP, 

BARRY 
Adrian, V. Va. 


BITZER, JANET 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 






68 



JUNIORS 





Secretary: SUSAN MATTHEWS 
Salem, Ohio 



Treasurer: RONALD SLADE 
Pittsburgh. Pa. 




BOEHLE, 

CAROLYN 
Woodcliff Lake, N.J. 
BOETTCHER, 

MARY 
E, Pepperell. Mass. 



BOLTZ, MARJOR1E 
Rimersburg, P.. 
BOND. BRUCE 
Welleslcy, Mais. 
BOUNDS. JAMES 
Salisbury. Md. 



BRILL, MARCIA 


BRITTON, ANN 


Pearl River, NY. 


Buenos Aires, Arg. 


BRITTAIN. 


BROWN, BETSY 


MARIAN 


Bridgeport, W. Va. 


Haddonfield, N.J. 


BRUCE. WILLIAM 




Baltimore, Md. 


BURGESS 


BUZZARD, HUGH 


STEPHEN 


Moundsville, 


Martinsville. Va. 


W, Va 


BURKE. PEGGY 


BYERS, LARRY 


Oakland, N. I. 


Pcrryopolis, Pa. 




BYROM. DEAN 




McKccsport, Pa. 



CHAFFEY, 

Philippi, W. 


LESLIE 
Va. 


CHASE, KENDALL 
Eppins, N. H. 


CHAPMAN, 

LINDA 
Summcrsvill, 


■, W. Va. 


CHICHESTER, 

SHARON 
Vienna W. Va. 
CHOMICZ, JAMES 
Scotch Plains, N.J. 




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CLINE, JUDITH 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 
COLE, RICHARD 
New Castle, Pa. 



CONNOR. 

CHRISTINA 
»nc Orange. NJ. 
CORDERO. 

BRENDA 
Ell, con City, Md. 



CRAIN, 

CONSTANCE 
Westminster, Md. 
CRAIN, SUSAN 
Westminster, Md. 



COLEMAN, 
MARIAN 



COME. GENE 
McKeesport, Pa. 



CORDERO. WAYNE 
Ellictt City, Md. 
COX. DONALD 
Passail, N.J. 



CREEL. NANCY 
White Sulphur 

Springs, W. Va. 
CREW, CAROL 
Springfield, Pa. 





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CROOK, DONNA 
Liberty, N.Y. 
CULP, JR. RONALD 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 


CUCINOTTA, 

JOYCE 
Medfield, Mass. 
CUSTER, CAROL 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 


DAVIS, MICHAEL 
Arlington, Va. 


DILLEY, CHARLES 
Marlinton. W Va. 


DeHART, WAYNE 
Cumberland, Md. 


DODD. DONNA 

Gloversv.lle, NY. 


EAKIN, THOMAS 
Jeannette, Pa. 


ELVERSON, DEE 
Glenshaw, Pi 


ELLIS, RALPH 
Noristown, Pa. 


ELWOOD, 

LAWRENCE 
Silver Spring. Md. 


EPPINGER, 
DOUGLAS 


FAUST, DAVE 
Greensburg, Pa. 


Madison, N.J. 
EVANS, CAROLYN 
Jackson, Ohio 


FISHER, JUDITH 
Pennington, N J. 



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JUNIORS 



FISHER. WILLIAM 
Boothwyn, Pa. 
FORSYTH. GEORGE 
W.lliamson. W. Va. 



ERASER, WILLIAM 
Pittsburgh. Pa. 
FUNK, MICHAEL 
Scotch Plains. N.J 



GOODHUE, 
MARILYN 
North Hampton. NH 
GRAY. GORDON 
Washington, D.C. 



FOSTER. CAROLE 
Buckhannon. W Va. 
FRANKS. MARY 

LYNNE 
Occanporr. N. I 



GAITHER, DONNA 



GARRIS, JAMES 
Mortii Plains, N. J. 



GR1ESER, 

CAROLINE 
Bucknannon, W. Va. 
GRIFFITH, SUSAN 
Crystal River. Fla. 




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GUTEKUNST. 

STEPHEN 
Great Neck. N.Y. 
GWYNN. BARBARA 
Becklcy. W. Va. 



HALL. JAMES 
Silvet Spring. Md. 
HAMLIN. LEE 
Pawling. N.Y. 



HENSLEY. 

MARIALICE 
Huntington. W. Va 
HERRING, 

ELIZABETH 
Princeton, W. Va. 



HINKLE. CAROL 

Manassas, Va. 

HINKLE. KAREN 

Manassas, Va. 



GYGAX. IOHN 
Belle. W. Va. 
HAHN. YUBONG 



HATCH. 

MEREDITH 
Bochitoate, Mass. 
HAUGHT, JUDITH 
Jacksonville. Fla. 



HICKS, III 

WILLIAM 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 
HILL, NANCY 
Pcppercll. Mass. 



HIRSH. ROBERT 
Lafayette Hill. Pa. 
HISER. GLENN 
St. Albans. W. Va. 




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HOLLAND. CHERIE 
Needham, Mail. 
HOLLAND, 
RICHARD 
Grafton, Mais. 


HOWARD. 

ADRIENNE 
Claysville. Pa. 
HOWARD, SALLY 
Cowen, W. Va. 


HOOD. JOAN 
Needham, Mais. 




HOWES, JOHN 
Brookeville. Md. 
HUNTER, JOHN 
Kingston. N.Y. 
HUSK. FRED 
McMechen, W. Va. 


JOHNSON. 
RUSSELL 
Holden. Mass. 
JONES. ELLEN 
Beaver. Pa. 


KAYJ.OR. DAVID 
Bluetield. W.Va. 


KELSEY, WILLIAM 
Trumbull. Conn. 


KELLETT. BARBARA 
Reading. Mass. 


KENSILL. 

HARRIETTE 


KELLY, MARY 

ANN 
St. Alvaus, W. Va. 


Erie, Pa. 





KERR. PHYLLIS 
Baltimore, Md. 
KIRBY, JOANNE 
Milford. Del. 
KLEBEZ. GEORGE 
Lake H.awatha. N.J 



LAKE. SCOTT 
Turtle Creek. Pa. 
LANTZ, LINDA 
Elkins. W. Va. 
LASICH, RONALD 
Clairton, Pa. 



LAWSON. KAREN 
Clairton. Pa. 
LEACH. ALBERT 
W.lkinsburg, Pa. 
LEAR. GILLEN 
Vandergrift. Pa. 



At)* 4 J 



Grafton. W. Va. 
LONG. RANDALL 
Pittsburgh. Pa. 



KLICK, PAUL 
Plainfield. N.J. 
KNORR. JUDITH 
Buckhannon. W. Va. 



LAW. CHARLES 
Coatesville. Pa. 



LAWRENCE. RITA 
So. Charleston. W. 



LEWIS. VIRGINIA 
Clark's Summit. Pa. 



Philadelphia. Pa. 



LOVELL. JOHN 




72 



JUNIORS 




MARPLE. JANET 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 
MASI. FREDERICK 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 



MASON, JOHN 
Pepperell, Mass. 
MAXWELL, 

DUANE 
Clairron, Pa. 
MAY, ALLAN 
Madison. N.J. 



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MAZULIA. PETER 
Bayonne. N.J. 
McCLAIN, ANN 
Woodbury, N.J. 



McINTIRE, DAVID 
Severna Park, Md. 



Spencerporr, N.Y. 



ELAINE 



McCLAIN, 
Union town, 
McFARLIN, JOHN 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 
McHENRY, 
EDWARD 
Bcihesda, Md. 



McVAY, GRETCHEN 
Clendcnin, W. Va. 
MESOLOG1TES, 

EVONNE 
Darien, Conn. 
MEVRY. NANCY 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 





MILHOAN. LINDA 
Marietta, Ohio 
MILLER, CAROL 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 



MOORE, MARTY 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
MONTGOMERY, 

LINDA 
Wheeling, W. Va. 



MILLER, CHARLES 



Ma: 



Ohi< 



MYERS, LINDA 
Woodbury, N.J. 
NEWELL, DAVID 
Woodbury, Conn. 



PAINTER. MARY 



PARKMAN, GERRY 
Cambridge, Ohio 



MILLIKEN, GINNY 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
M1LOSEVICH, 

MARY 
Lackawanna. N.Y. 



MONTOYA, 

CAROLE 
Elizabeth, W. Va 
MORRIS, NANCY 
Connellsville, Pa. 
MULLIGAN, 

ROBERTA 
Munhall, Pa. 



NYE. WILLIAM 
Bracev.lle. Ohio 
O'HAGAN, CURTIS 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
OLUSZAK, JOHN 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



TARKS. JANICE 



Bridgeport, W. Va. 
PARTON. LINDA 
McKccsport, Pa. 





Hajfe 




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PATCHEN, 
RONALD 


PETERS, DAVID 
Philadelphia, P.. 


Orange, Conn. 
PEARCE, DAVID 
Wcstfield, N.J. 


PFAFF, BONNIE 
McMurray, Pa. 


PIERSON. 
ROBERT 
Fairf.rld, Conn. 


PUTNAM, 

CHARLOTTE 
Willimantic, ( ..„„ 


PORTER, MARY 
Lahore. W . Pak.stan 


QUARTO, CHARLES 
Greenlawn. N.Y. 


LINK, WILLIAM 
Lauderdale, Fla. 


REID, BETSY 
E. Orange. N | 


RALL, JAMES 
Pittsburgh. Pa. 


REESE, CAROL 
Girard, Pa. 








RESLER, EDWARD 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
REYNOLDS. SUSAN 
Needham, Mass. 



ROLAND, WILLIAM 
Middlebury, Conn. 



RAYMOND 
Meehamcsburg. Pa. 



SCOTT, RANDOLPH 
Clairton, Pa. 
SCUTT, MARILYN 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 



SHAW, PATRICIA 
Buclshannon, W. Vi. 
SHEPHERD, MARY 
Takoma Park. Md. 



RIEDELL, ERIC 
Ostcrville, Mass. 
ROBINSON, CAROL 
Falls Church, Va. 



SCHAFFER, 

DAVID 
Clarksburg. W. Va. 
SCHNEEMAN. 

JAMES 
Clayton, N.J. 



SEATH, JAMES 
Denville. N.J. 
SENSUE. PEGGY 
Wilklnsburg, Pa. 



SHULTZ, NORMA 
Pittsburgh, Pa 
SHURTLEFF, 

PATSY 
Lafayette, N. Y. 



74 



JUNIORS 



SINCLAIR, 
DONALD 


SMITH, ELENA 
Westfield, N.J. 


Lansdowne, Pa. 
SMITH. BRUCE 
Sebring, Ohio 


SORBER, JAMES 
Johnstown, Pa. 


STEIN, JOHN 
Bergen, N.J. 
STRAUGHN, 

WILLIAM 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 


STADELMAN, 

PAUL 
E. Aurora, N.Y. 
STRICKLAND, 

SHARON 
Syracuse, N.Y. 


STRICKLER, PATTI 
Uniontown, Pa. 
SUBACK, 

GWENDOLYN 
Woodbury, N.J. 


TALKINGTON, 

BARRY 
Clarksburg, W. V 
THOMAS, 

JUDITH 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 




THOMPSON, PAM 


UFKO, ROMAINE 


Pittsburgh. Fa. 


Elizabeth. Pa. 


UFKO, DOROTHY 


VIALL, WAYNE 


Elizabeth, Pa. 


Schenectady, N.Y. 



WAGNER. CAROLE 
Somerset, Pa. 
WALKER, LIN 
Fairview, Pa. 


WALTON. GEORGE 
Clairton, Pa. 
WARDROP, 
GEORGE 
Springfield. Pa. 


WARNER, CAROL 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 


WEAVER, PETER 
Erie, Pa. 


WAWRIN, 

RAYMOND 
Flat Rock, Michigan 


WEIMER, 

ROBERTA 
Buffalo, N.Y. 


WHITE, JANE 
Springfield, Va. 
WIBLIN, RAY 
Rochester, N.Y. 


WIDMEYER. 

STEPHEN 
Parkersburg. W. Va. 
WHITE. WILLIAM 
Jane Lew, W. Va. 




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Homecoming Attendant Junior Class: 
DELBRUGGE, KAREN 

Wheeling. W- Va. 



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AMBROSE, BONNIE 
MonroeviUe, P.. 
BRADLEY, LOUISE 
Yarmouth, Mass. 
BRADLEY, MYLES 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 



CAULDWELL, JOY 
E. Williston. N.Y. 
COPLEY. ELIZABETH 
Welch, W. Va. 
CROCKER, SUSAN 
Pla.nf.eld. N.J. 



JOHNSON. JACK 
Baltimore. Ohio 
JORY, CAROL 
New York, N.Y. 
KEARNS, JUDITH 
Camillus, N.Y. 



LEWIS, TWILA 
Pasadena, Md. 
MARTISKO, 

LESTER 
Ravcnssvood, W. Va. 
MEARNS, MAX 
Vol*., V. Va. 



WILLIAMS. JAMES 
Munhall, Pa. 
WILLSON, PATRICIA 
Vandergrift. Pa. 



WILSON, DA1D 
MtKeesport, Pa. 
WILSON. LIBBY 
Parkersburg, W. Va. 



WOLFE. NANCY 
So. Charleston. W. Va. 
WOLVERTON, 

MARSHA 
Charleston. W. Va 




BUCKL1N, DAVID 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 
BURNS, BARBARA 
Hanover, Pa. 



DESSENT. THOMAS 
Weston. W. Va. 
FOX. DANIEL 
Spring Grove, Pa. 



LANTZ. 

HARRYETTE 
New Martins., Me. 

W. Va. 
1.AWSON. 

WILLIAM 
Crugeri, N.Y. 



PRUtTT. JAMES 



1'RUETT, JANE 
Clarksburg, W. Va 




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JUNIORS 





ROBBINS, BETSY 
Taunton, Miss. 
ROGERS. RICHARD 
Brookfield, Conn. 



RUSSO, JAMES 
Clark, N.J. 
SABOM. EDWARD 
Pitisburgh, Pa. 



SMITH, DIANE 
Sistersv.lle, W. Va. 
SNYDER. CHARLES 



STEWART, SHARON 



TAYLOR, MARLENE 



THOMPSON, JANET 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 
TURNER. WATTER 
Cumberland. Md 



WATSON, DONALD 
Lucerne, Ind. 
WEAVER, LOUISE 



BEVERAGE. SUSAN 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 

BEVERIDGE. RICHARD 
McKeesport. Pa. 

CLAWSON. 

CONSTANCE 
Buckhannon, W. V». 

CURTIS. HARRY 
St. Albans, W. Va. 

DRENN1NG. DENNIS 
Wilk.nsburg, Pa. 

E1CHELBERGER. 

WILLIAM 
Wheeling, W. Va. 

ENGELHARDT, HENRY 
Lintbicum. Md. 

ERWIN, PAUL 
Springdalc, Conn. 

FOWLER, MARY 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 

TRANCIS. HAROLD 
Kingston, N.Y. 

FULLER. HOWARD 
Lancaster, Obio 

FURBEE. ROSEMARY 
Weston, W. Va. 

GARTON. PATRICIA 
Jane Less-, W. Va. 

HANIFAN. RICHARD 
Clarksburg. W. Va. 

HARRIS. LYNN 
Buckbannon. W. Va. 

HOLT, DENNIS 
Youngwood, Pa. 

HOrKINSON, DAVID 
Beverly, Mass. 

KESTNER, DAVID 
Betbel Park, Pa 

KIRK, DANIEL 
Selinsgove, Pa. 

LAWSON, KAREN 
Clairton, Pa. 

LAYTON, WALTER 
Dove, Del. 

MacDONALD. ROBERT 
Troy, N.Y. 

McNEILL. RICHARD 
Pitcairn, Pa. 

MANSON. BLAIR 
Maplewood, N. J. 

MARMONTELLO, 

GARY 
Sbillington, Pa. 

MILLER. JUDITH 
H.nron, W. Va. 



MONTOYA, JAMES 
Parkersburg, W. Va. 

MOORE, RICHARD 
Middletown, Conn. 

NELSON, JULIE 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 

OLIVO, CAROL 

Woodbury. N.J. 

OWEN, WILLIAM 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

PALMER. DAVID 
Moncssen. Pa. 

TARMALEE, ERWIN 
Haddam, Conn. 

PATTERSON, JOHN 
Swartbmore, Pa. 

PAXTON, NANCY 



PEMBROKE, EILEEN 
Lockport, N.Y. 



PHILLIPS. RALPH 
Yarmouth, Mass. 



REEVES, MICKEY 
Bloomington, Ind. 



REPPERT, GERALD 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 



ROBEY, JANET 
Falls Church. Va. 



RYAN, KEVIN 
Little Silver. N.J 



SHIRA, TERRY 



STALNAKER, NELSON 
Horner, W. Va. 

STOWE, HOWARD 
Hamden, Conn. 

STRADER, AVIS 
Crawford, W. Va. 

TUDISCO, GUY 
Ncrwalk, Conn. 

VROOMAN, BEVERLY 
Schohar.e, N.Y. 

WAMSLEY, KAREN 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 

WATKINS, OSBORNE 
Leominster, Mass. 

WEAVER, JAMES 
Cowen, W. Va. 

WILLENBROCK, 
BARBARA 

Plainf.eld, N.J. 

LEE, LAWRINCE 



WEST, PAMELA 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 



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Prejident: McGINNlS. BRUCE 
Lewiiburs, W. Va. 



Vice-President: SCHTSLER. RICHARD 
Poushkeepsie, NY. 




ADDY, C. MASON 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 




ADINOLFI, 

ELAINE 
Norwalk, Conn. 




AHLERS. ROBERT 
McKeespott, Pa. 




ALBREE. ROBERTA 
Newipswich. N.H. 


ANDERSON, 
CAROL 


ALLEN. CAROL 

Humu..., 
V. Va. 


Vienna, W. Va. 
ANGELO. JANICE 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 


ALLEN, WILLIAM 
Scardale. N.Y. 




BAKER, EDWARD 
Youngwood. Pa. 


BARTH, BRUCE 
Short Htlls, N.J. 


BARBOR, BETSY 
Hoddonfiesd. N.J. 


BARRY. RICHARD 
Batrmgton, N.J. 


BARR. ROGER 
Roslyn He.ghts, N.Y 




BASISTA, JANIS 
Whitaker, Pa. 


BEMER, LEE 
Glastonbury, Conn. 


BATES, JEAN 

Norwalk. Conn. 


BENSEN, MARILYN 
Midland Park. N.J. 


BEALL. CARL 
Stevenson, Md. 





A1TCHISON, BRUCE 
Bayside, N.Y. 




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SOPHOMORES 





Secretary: BELL, MARTHA 
Washington. Pa. 



Vice-President: CLYDE TRATHOWEN 
MirKcesport, Pa. 



BELL, DAVID 
Mexico. N.Y. 






BLOOD. ALLEN 
Peppcrell. Mass. 




BOND, JEFFREY 
Arnold, Md. 




BOWEN, DONALD 
Annapolis, Md. 


BOWERS, JEAN 
Mentor, Ohio 


BRANTON, JANET 
Washington. D.C. 


BRANDT. THOMAS 
Pimbuigh, Pa. 


BRINER, 

GRETCHEN 
Oakland. Md. 




BROWN, KAREN 



BROWN, JOHN 
Towson, Md. 

BUCHANAN, 

JAMES 
Brooklyn, NY. 


BUCKWORTH. 

SHARON 
Elk ton, Md. 
BUDERER, ELAINE 

Rjndil.Jlown, Md. 




BUNKER, SUSAN 
Arnold, Md. 


BUTNER. JIM 
ParkersburR. W, Va. 


CAORSI, TALY 
Takahuano. Chile 


BUTZLR. JEAN 
Collins Center, N.Y. 


CARR, NANCY 

Charleston. W. Va. 




CEBRAT. ERNEST 
New Castle. Pa. 




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CHAMBERLAIN, 

STEVEN 
Buckhannon, W. Vi. 
CH1SHOLM. JAMES 
Foxboro, Mast. 



COLE, MAROLYN 
Silver Spring.. Md. 
CONNOR, 

REBECCA 
Bangor, Me. 



COUCH, DAVID 
Parkersburg. W. Va 
COX, EMILY 
Hinton. W. V». 



CLARK, JEFFREY 
Springfield, Mat). 
COLE, LAWRENCE 
Trumbull, Conn. 



COPELAND. BRUCE 
Needham, Mut. 
CORLEY. JOE 
Buckhannon. W. Va 



CROSSLEY, 

CONNIE 
East Liverpool, 

Ohio 
CROUSER. 

THOMAS 
Charleston. V. Va 







CRISSMAN, 

ELAINE 
Lancaster, Pa. 
CUTRIGHT, 

PAMELA 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 


DARLEY, JERRY 
Washington. D.C. 
DAVENPORT. 

JAMES 
Milburn, N.J. 


DAVIES, DONNA 
Hallowell. Maine 
DAVIS. JEFF 
Milford. Conn. 


DAVIS. SYDELLE 
Buckhannon. W. Va. 
DAWSON. JAMES 
Gibbsboro. N.J. 


DYRENFORTH, 

JOHN 
Mentor, Ohio 
DEACON. 

PATRICIA 
So. Charleston, 

W. Va. 


DeBOER, 

JACQUELINE 
Midland Park. N.J. 
DEPOY, BONNIE 
French Creek, W. V 


DILLS, TRUDY 
Donora, Pa. 
DOTTERWEICH. 

MILTON 
North Haledon. N. J. 


DRISCOLL, 

KENNETH 
Peeksk.ll, N.Y. 

Dubois, deniece 

Bethesda. Md. 



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SOPHOMORES 



DURRETT, 

KAYETTA 
Hinton, W. Va. 
ECKLOFF, 

CHARLENE 
Silver Spring, Md. 



EDWARDS. 
WALTER 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
ELY, CHARLES 
McKcesport, Pa. 



EVANS. LEIGH 
Huntington. W. Va. 
EVERHART, JOHN 
Kingwood, W. Va. 



EDINGER. 
NICHOLAS 



EDWARDS. JOHN 
Petty. N.Y. 



EMME. SANDRA 
Silvet Spting. Md. 
EVANS. CHERYL 
Holyokc, Mass. 



EVERITT. 

CYNTHIA 
Saugus, Mass. 
FEIST, MARY 
McMechen, W. Va. 




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FEOLA. SAMUEL 
Buckhannon. W. Va. 


FISHFR. LINDA 
Lewisbutg. W. Va. 


FERGUSON, 

DONNA 
Alden, N.Y. 




FISHER. SANDRA 
Towson, Md. 


FLOWERS. 
EDWINA 




FRENCH. DAVID 
Reading, Pa. 


Buckhannon, W. Va. 
FRACKE, NANCY 
Oak Ridge, N.J. 


FRESH. JOYCE 
Potomac, Maryland 


FULLEN. MARSHA 
Ronceverte. W. Va. 


GALLO, SUSAN 
Rahway, N.J. 


FURRER, ALLAN 
Malvetne, N.Y. 


GARRETT, 
WILLIAM 
Clatksbutg, W. Va 


GAWTHROP, 
WILLIAM 




GERWIG, ANN 
Clatksbutg, W. Va. 


Buckhannon. W. Va. 
GEORGE. LESLIE 
Clairton, Pa. 


G1BB. WILLIAM 
Sandy Lake, Pa. 




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GOHEEN. HELEN 
Philadelphia, Pa, 
GRAY, WILLIAM 
Alplaus, N.Y. 



HALL. CAROLA 
Horner. W. Va. 
HALLIDAY, 
THOMAS 
Needham. Mass. 



HARMAN, JUDY 
Frederick, Md. 
HARRIS. 

TIMOTHY 
Baltimore, Md. 



GREEN, CRYSTAL 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 
GROVES, JR. JOHN 
French Creek, W. Va. 



HAMBURGER, 

VICTOR 
Needham, Mass. 
HANNA, 

MARGARET 
Charleston, W. Va 



HASTINGS. MARC 
Springfield, Mass. 
HAYS, HARRY 
Elrama. P.. 




HEAPS. DORIS 
New Freedom, Pa. 
HEINEMAN, 
ELEANOR 
Brackenridge. Pa. 



HILL. BENJAMIN 
Charleston, W. Va. 
HILTNER, NANCY 
Silver Spring, Md. 



HOPPER, JOAN 
Baltimore, Md. 
HUBER. NANCY 
Lincroft, N.J. 



JOHNSON. KATHIE 



KANE, DAN 
W.lkinsburg, Pa. 



HERRMAN, NFI SON 
Vienna, Va. 
HIGHFIELD, 

DAVID 
Wilmington, Del. 



HINKLE. ANN 
Boiling Springs, Pa. 
HOLT. ELIZABETH 
Glastonbury, Ct. 



HYMAN. 

KATHERINE 
Clarksburg. W. Va. 
JOHNSON, DANIEL 
Point Pleasant, 

W. Va. 



KILNER. LARRY 
Greenville, Pa. 
K1MBERLAIN, 

BONNIE 
Williamson, W. Va. 



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SOPHOMORES 



RISER. SUZANNE 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 
KLINTWORTH, 

FREDERICK 
Mountain Lakes. N.J. 



LANTZ, 

CAROLYN 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 
LAW. MARILYN 
Clarksburg. W. Va. 



LEVINE. PAUL 
Stamford, Conn. 
LIDDELL. JAMES 
Wilkinsburg, Pa. 



KUZNER, DAVID 
Silver Spring, Md. 
LACARIA, BERMA 
Charleston, W. Va. 



LECHER. RICHARD 
Denville, N.J. 
LENS, JESUS 
Weitficld, N.J. 



LIM. KIM 
Mtdan, Sumatra 
LINK. WILLIAM 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 




LINSENMANN. 

KAREN 
Warren, Ohio 
LOGAN, MARY 
Longmeadow, 

Mass. 



LOWE, POLLY 
Cumberland, Md. 
LUCKEY, 

ROBERTA 
Washington, DC. 



LYLE. GLENN 
Munhall. Pa. 
LYONS. JR. 
WILLIAM 
Dunbar. W. Va. 



MANNING. BRIAN 
Coventry, R I. 
MARTIN, CYNTHIA 
Jersey City. N.J. 



LONG, PAUL 
McKeesport, Pa. 
LOUIS. SUSAN 
Wilmington. Del. 



LUNSTEAD, 

WAYNE 
Yorktown Heights 

N.Y. 
LUGOUMENOS. 

NICHOLAS 
Baltimore, Md. 



MAGEE. CAROL 
Wellsburg, W. Va. 
MALOOF, 

MATTHEW 
Oxon Hill, Md. 



MARTIN, JAMES 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
MASONHEIMER, 

NANCY 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 




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MATTHEWS. PAUL 
Miami. Fli. 
MAY. JERRY 
Upland. Cdit. 


McCRACKEN. 
BETTEJANE 
Needham, Misi. 
McCRACKEN. PALL 
Roselle. N.J. 


McGOWEN. BETTY 
Washington, Pi. 
McKANE, 

CAROLEA 
Linden. N.J. 


McKINNEY. 

CHARLES 
Buekhannon. W. Va. 
HUNTINGTON. 

HARRY 
Manchester, Conn. 


MENTZER. JOHN 
Bel A.t, Md 


METALLIDES. 
EVELYN 


MEREDITH. LUCY 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 


Weston. W. Va. 
MICHAEL, 

THOMASINE 
Morgantown, W. Va. 




MILDREN, 

WILLIAM 
Parkersburg, W. Va. 


MILLER. 

JONATHON 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 


MILLER. DAVID 
Pittsburgh. Pa. 


MILLER, LEE 
Upper Marlboro, Md 


MITCHELL. JR 
WILLIAM 


MOSES. DOUG 
Cuba 


Gloucester. Mass 
MOELLENDICK. 

JAMES 
Parketsbutg. W. Va. 


MOSS. SARA 
Coll, mv, lie. III. 


MURPHY, KAY 
Friendtville. Md. 


NESBITT. 
WILLIAM 


MYERS. STEWART 
Fanwood. N.J. 


Niantic. Conn. 
NEUMARK, 

LAWRENCE 
Abington. Pa. 


NICHOLSON. 

CHARLES 
Rit-iera Beach, Md 
NORMAN. MARTHA 
Clarksburg. W. Va. 


OLSON. KIRKL 
Trumbull. Conn. 
OWEN. RICHARD 
Ncedham. Mass. 



84 



SOPHOMORES 



PANAIA, 

ANTHONY 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
PARK. BYOUNG-UN 
West Hartford. 

Conn. 



PEAPRE. SUSAN 
Chesapeake City. Md. 
PENNACCHIO, 

CYNTHIA 
Cheliea. Mass. 



PEW. ALICE 



PHILLIPS, MARY 
Medford Lakes. N.J. 



PATRICK. THOMAS 
Munhall, Pa. 
PAYNE, JE1TREY 
Vienna. W. Va. 



PESCHEL. 

HEIDEMARIE 
Clarksburg, W. Va 
PETERS, ROBERT 
Warrensburg, N.Y. 



PINKERTON, 

ALLAN 
Beaver. Pa. 
PLOOF, JAN 
West Brookfield. 

Mass. 




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POLLINS, 
VIRGINIA 


PRELLE, LINDA 
Roanoke, Va. 


Grccnsburg, Pa. 
PRAGER, SHARON 
Nitro, W. Va. 


PRICE, BARBARA 
Westfield, N.J. 


RAMSEY, PHILIP 
Ligonier, Pa. 


REGER. WILLIAM 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 


READER, RONALD 
Windsor, Conn. 


REESE, JUDITH 
North Caldwell, N.J 


RHOADES. 
DAUNA 


ROBERTS. JOAN 
Arlington, Va. 


Melrose. Mass. 
RISHER, JANICE 
South Charleston. 
W. Va. 


ROBERTS, LINDA 

M.nmngton. W Va. 


ROBERTS. RITA 
Buckhannon. W. Va 


ROMER, PETER 
Pla.nfield, N.J. 


ROCKAFELLOW, 

RUTH 
Ringoes, N.J. 


ROSENBERGER, 

LUCRETIA 
Washington. DC. 





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ROY, CLINTON 
Bernardsville. N.J. 
SAMPSON, F.RIC 
Mechanicsburg Pa. 



SANDERS, 
WILLIAM 

Buckhannon. ^ 

SCHWARTZ, 
KAREN 

Albany, N.Y. 



SCHWEINSBERG, 

CARLA 
Baltimore, Md. 
SHAFFER. SANDRA 
Slippery Rock, Pa- 





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SHATWELL. RUTH 
Midland Park. N.J. 
SHEWELL. 

BARBARA 
Railroad. Pa. 



N. Tonawanda. N. Y. 
SMITH, DENNIS 
South Heights, Pa. 




SMOLENSKY, 

SUZANNE 
Westfield, N. J. 
SOUTHWORTH. 

ALICE 
Ford City, Pa. 
STALNAKER, REX 
Baltimore, Md. 



STOUT, DIANA 
Charleston, W. Va. 
SUNDHEIM, FRED 
Hackettitown, N. J. 
SUNDQUIST. JOHN 
Beechhurst, N. Y. 



SHIMRAK, JOHN 
Metuchen. N.J. 
SHIRLEY, 

ELIZABETH 
Silver Spring, Md. 



SMITH, PATRICIA 
Belle Vernon, Pa. 
SMITH. RITA 
Asbury Park, N.J. 



STANLEY, NANCY 
Berkeley Heights, 

N. J. 
STEURER, DAVID 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 



SVANDA. MICHAEL 
Shelton, Conn. 
SWARR, JOHN 
Parkcrsburg, W. Va. 




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TAYLOR. FENTON 
Williimstown, W. Vi 
TERLAAK POOT. 

JOHANNA 
Buckhinnon. W. Vi. 



TERRY, THOMAS 
Mitehellville, Md. 
THOMAS, LEAH 
Oik Hill. W. Vj. 



THOMPSON, 

FRANK 
Pittsburgh, Pi. 
THORN. PAMELA 
East Chester, N.Y. 



SOPHOMORES 




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TODD. BETSY 
Pirkcrsburg, W. 
TOMASELLI, 
MAUREEN 
Finleyville, Pi. 



UNDERWOOD, 

JEFFREY 
Litrobe, Pi. 
VANDERSNOW. 

SUE 
Midlind Pirk.N. J. 



WHITE. AGNES 
Clinton. Md. 
WILFONG. DAVID 
Clirksburg, W. Vi. 



WOODS. JANICE 
Biyside, N. Y. 
YOUNG. DAVID 
Springfield. Miss. 



WILLIAMS. GARY 



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TOWNSEND 
KENNETH 



TUBAUGH, NANCY 
Wheeling, W. Vi. 



WARNE, RUSSELL 
Phillipsburg, N. J. 
WENTLER. BETTE 
Sioux Fills, S. D. 



WILSON. PAMELA 
Uniontosvn. Pi. 
WINANS. DENNIS 
Wirren, Pi. 



2ENTZ. FRANKLIN 
Kenmore. N Y 
BOETTNER. 
ROBERT 

New Brighton. Pi. 
ASTON, EILEEN 
Rutherford, N | 




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BEER. TREXEL 



BIAS, BETTINA 
Pt. Pleaiant, W. Va. 



BLAIN. KATHRYN 
Southiide, N. J. 
BLOXSOM, 
DONALD 
Finle>*ville, Pa. 



BOWLING, 

RONALD 
Fayecteville, W. Va. 
CONE, 

JACQUELINE 
Bridgeport. W. Va. 





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CUMMINGS. 
JOHN L. 
Huntington, W. Va. 
CURSEY. MILLARD 
Lutherville, Md. 
CURTIS. MICHAEL 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 



GAINER. WALTER 
Richwood. W. Va. 
GEISER. 

LAURENCE 
Wheeling, W. Va. 
HAINES. EUGENE 
Lansdale. Pa. 



HOOMANS. JOHN 



HOUSE. WILLIAM 
Fairfield, Conn. 
INGRAM, RICHARD 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 



MARTIN, WILLIAM 
Arlington, Va. 
McCALL. MARTHA 
Brentwood, Pa. 
MILIER. ROBERT 
Hartford. Conn. 



D,PIETRO, 

NICHOLAS 
Lanham, Md. 
DUNCAN, OVID 
Buckhannon. W. V, 



HOCKING, JAMES 
Kenvil, N. J. 
HOLMES, STEPHEN 
Middletown, Conn. 



JOHNSON, 

ELIZABETH 
Sissonville, W. Va. 

MARTIN, LINDA 
Hunt.ngton, W. Va. 



M1TTON. JAMES 
Pompton Plains, 

N. J. 
O'BRIEN. KATIE 
Buckhannon. W. Va. 




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PEDERSON, 
RICHARD 
Lansdale, Pa. 
PHILLIPS. JAMES 
Buckaannon. w Va. 



PRICE. FRANCES 
Charleston, W. Va. 
ROSS, JAMES 
Buckhannon. W. Va 



SHEWBRIDGE. 

THOMAS 
Brunswick, Md. 
STAPPERFENNE, 

KATHLEEN 
Millington, N.I. 



ALBER. PHILIP 
Ridgcwood, N J 



ANSPACH. BRUCE 
Millbrook. N.Y. 



BAZYLEWICS. 

PETER 
Falls Church, Va 



BLANN1NG. 

CHRISTOPHER 
Pleasant Hills, Pi 



BOOKMAN, DAVID 
Buckhannon, W Va. 



BOWMAN. JAMES 
Gaithersburg. Md. 



BRITTON. CHARLES 
Buenos Aires, 
Argentina 



CHEMALY. IOHN 
Aruba 



CHEMALY. ROBERT 

Aruba 



KESSLER, DONALD 
Latrobe. Pa. 



KRUPP. ROBERT 
Pittsburgh, Pa 



LcBEAU. BARBARA 
Easthampron. Mass. 



McQUILLEN, MICHAEL 
Port Washington. N.Y. 



MARKINS, TERRY 
Walkersville. W. Va. 



MEREDITH, SALLY 
McKcesport, Pa. 



MORSE, BARRY 
Needham, Mass. 



NEFF. PAUL 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 



NUEBERGER. BRIAN 
Warwick,. R.I. 



PETRO, DENNIS 
Clairton, Pa. 



CUMMINGS. JOHN H. 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 



RECTOR, MARTHA 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 




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STEELE. SUZANNE 
Latrobe, Pa. 
STEELE, THOMAS 
Arlington, Pa. 



TAYLOR. PAMELA 
Ft. Laudetdale, Fla. 
TROUP, JOHN 
Succasunna, N.J, 



TUCKER, RANDALL 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 
WOOD, ROBERT 
N. Plainfield, N.J. 



DUMBAULD. ROBERT 
Uniontown, Pa. 



EDGELL, ROBERT 
Dover, Del. 



FRYE, PAMELA 
Eastchestet, N.Y. 



GARTON, STEPHEN 
Weston. W. Va. 



GETTY. JEFFREY 
Pittsburgh. Pa. 



GILCHREST, 

JEFFREY 
Railway, N.J. 



GROVES, KATHRYN 
Petersburg. W. Va. 



HADEN, ROBERT 
Huntington, W. Va. 



HARMON. CAROLYN 
Weston, W. Va. 



HART. DURWOOD 
Huttonsville. W. Va. 



REGER. LURETTA 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 



REMICK. DIANE 
Lockport, N.Y. 



ROWAN. NANCY 
Rock Cave, W. Va. 



RUBIS, JAMES 
Arlington, Va. 



SACKETT. LORA 
Charlestown. W. Va. 



SMITHSON, MICHAEL 
Meiuchen, N.J. 



THOMPSON, TIFFANY 
McKees Rocks, Pa. 



TORRANCE. JAMES 
Warren. Pa, 



WINTER, LARRY 
South Charleston, 
W. Va. 



WYNNE. GEORGE 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 



HUBBELL. JOAN 
Pittsbutgh, Pa. 



ELLIOTT. JAMES 



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President 

HANSEN. BRUCE 
Orange. Conn. 



Vice-President 
HAMMAT. JOHN 
Williarostown, 
W. Va. 



JONES. JILL 

Mt. Lake Park. MJ. 



Treaaurer 

SMITH, THOMAS 

Warren. Pa. 




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ALBRECHT. 

JOANNE 
Weitfield. N. J. 
ALEXANDER. 

BURT 
Warren. Pa. 
ALEXANDER. 

JUDITH 
P.. "burgh. Pa. 



AMBROSE. DEAN 
Irwin. Pa. 
AMFS. GARY 
Wallingford. Conn. 
ANDERSON. 

CUTHBERT 
Brooklyn. N. Y. 



ASHWORTH. 

STEVE 
Buckhannon, W. \ 
ATKIN. DIANE 
Warren, Ohio 
BAILEY. MARY 
Richland. Va. 



ALEXANDER. 

LINDA 
Williamscown. 

W. Va. 
ALLEN. JEFFREY 
Medford. N. J. 



ANDRIS. DAVE 
Belpre. Ohio 
ARCHER. JANIS 
Parkcrsburg. W. Va 



BALCOM. DIANNF 
Newton Highland- 
BALICKI. LINDA 
Annandale. N. J. 



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FRESHMEN 



BARBIERRI, LINDA 
Trunbull, Conn. 
BAREFOOT, 
GEOFFREY 


BARRY, MARTHA 
Irwin, Pa. 
BARSTOW, WADE 
Brockton, Mass. 


Irwin, Pa. 




BARONE, MARY 
Clairton, P.. 




BEARD, 

MARGARET 
Spencer, W. Va. 
BECKER, MARY JO 
Ml. Lebanon, Pa. 


BEESON. JOSEPH 
Lewistown, Md. 
BEIGHEY, 

CAROLYN 
New Brighton, Pa. 


BEELER, SUSAN 
Fairview, Mass. 




BENDER, JANICE 
Pgh.. Pa. 


BETTINGER, 
KAREN 


BENNETT. LARRY 
Weston, W. Va. 
BEORN, PAUL 
Parkcrsburg, W. Va. 


Palatine 

BIGGAR. RICHARD 

Ridgefield. Conn. 


BISER, ROBERT 
Frederick, 


BLAGOVICH. 
GEORGIA 


BISHOP, TERRY 
Dunbar, W. Va. 
BLACKADAR, 

JOHN 
Rochester, N. H. 


Pgh., Pa. 
BLAIR, JANE 
Parkersburg, W. Va. 



BLAIR, JOE 
Glen Dale 
BLAIR, MARY 
Glen Dale 
BLEVINS. JOHN 
Silver Spring, Md. 



BOLSTERLE, JOHN 
S. Plainficld, N. J. 
BONTA. SANDRA 
Penns Grove. N. J. 
BOO, SUSAN 
W. Boylston, Mass. 



BRAGG. BARRY 
St. Albans, W. Va. 
BREWER, 

WILLIAM 
Fairfield. Conn. 
BROWN, LELAND 
Munhall. Pa. 



BLY, SUZAN 
Winchester, Va 
BOETTCHER. 

LINDA 
Pepperell. Mass 



BOSSOW, GEORGE 



BRADFORD. JANE 



BUCHANAN, 

MARILYN 
Hickory, Pa. 
BULTMAN, JAMES 
Erie, Pa. 




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BURKHART. 

ROBERT 
Croton Fill!, N- Y. 


BUTCHER, 

CHARLES 
Buckhannon. W. Va. 


BURMEISTER. 

JOHN 
Port Washington 


CAROLEE. BUTTS 
New Castle. Pa. 


BURNS. BILL 
Berkley. W. Va 




BYRD. MARGARET 
Barboursyille 


CARLSON. RON 
Kingsville. Ohio 


BYROM. EDWARD 
McKeesport, Pa. 


CARTER, ELLEN 
South Charleston 


CALDABAUGH. 

KARL 
Salisbury 




CATO. CAROL 
Charleston 


CHATTERTON, 
MARK 


CHADWICK, 

BERNARD 
Ridgw.y. Pa. 
CHAPMAN. JAMES 
Wheeling 


Esperance, N. Y. 
CHRISTIAN. 

CAROL 
Berkley. W. Va. 


CHRISTIE, JOHN 
Warren Township 


CLOUD, HEATHER 
Osterville, Mass. 


CLARK. VIRGINIA 
Surveyor 


CODY, MARY ANN 
Charleston, W. Va. 


CLOPPER. 

RICHARD 
Severna Park, MJ- 





COGLEY. JOHN 
Youngwood, Pa. 
COLE. MARGARET 

ANN 
Clarksburg. W. Va. 
COOK. KEN 
Mount Vernon, Ohio 



COURTNEY. MARY 
Barboursville 
COX, FRANCES 
East Longmeadow, 

Mass. 
COX, MARJORY 
Huntington. W. Va. 



CROOK. EDWARD 
Cockeysville, Md. 
CUTCHINS. CARL 
Linthicum, Md. 
DARDINGER. 

DAVID 
Centerburg. Ohio 



COOPER, PETER 
Butler, N. J. 
COOPER. SUSAN 
Buttzbille, N. J. 



CRAFT. 

CONSTANCE 
Weston, W. Va. 
CR1SLIP. GEORGE 
Webster Springs. 



DAUGHERTY. 

JANE 
Philippi. W. Va. 
DAVIS. DELROY 
Kingwood. W. Va. 



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FRESHMEN 



DAVIS. PATRICIA 
Pgh., P.. 


DAYBILL. DONNA 
Wyckoff. N. J. 


DAVIS, ROGER 
Ravenssvood. W. Va. 


DEAHL. JAMES 
Pgh.. Pa. 


DAVIS. TIMOTHY 
Miamisburg, Ohio 




DECKER. SUSAN 
Sparta, N. J. 


DIMLING, CAROL 
Reistetstossn. Md 


DELBR1DGE, ELLEN 
Munhall, Pa. 


DOBSON. SUE 
Westport, Conn. 


DENHAM, DONNA 
Silver Spring, Md. 




DOLCH. ARTHUR 
Camden, NY. 


DUFF. DAREN 
Pgh.. Pa. 


DONKIN. WILLIAM 
Pgh.. Pa. 


EATON. MICHAEL 
Parkersburg, W. Va. 


DOUGHTY. FRANK 
Bcllcvue. Pa. 




EDGAR. CHARLES 
Manhasset, N. Y. 


ERVIN, STEPHEN 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 


EDWARDS, 

MADALIN 
Huntington, V. Va. 


ERWIN, SUSAN 
Huntington, Conn. 


EMR1CK. PHYLLIS 
Belpre. Ohio 




EVANS, CAROL 
Glen Dales 
EVANS, GARY 
Buckhannon. W. Va. 
EVERHART, 

SHARON 
lohnstown. Pa. 


FEATHER, 

CHARLES 
Oakland, Md. 
FELBER. ALMA 
Springfield, Va. 


1ERULLO. PAT 

East Kingston, N. H. 


FOSTER. JANET 
Milton. Mass. 


FINN. THOMAS 
Pgh., Pa. 


FOX, JOHN 
Bbirsvillc Pa. 


FOGARTY, 

PATRICIA 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 




FRANK. ROBERT 
Ligonier, Pa. 


FRIEND. LARRY 
Bridgeport, W. Va. 


FREEMAN, 
MURIEL 
Valley Lcc. Md. 


FRIEND, RONALD 
Sang Run, Md 


FR1EBEL. CARL 
Wyncote. Pa. 










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FRUEH, MARY- 
MARGARET 
Fills Village, Conn 
GALAS. STEPHEN 
Bloomfield, Conn. 
GARA. LINDA 
Bloomingdale. N. J. 



GLASSER. ERIC 
Pgb,-. Pa. 

GOLDEN. MICHAEL 
New Castle. Del. 
GORDON. JILL 
North East, Pa. 



GREBE. KATHE 
Abington, Pa. 
GRIESER. DAVID 



GUTSHALL. 
BARBARA 



HARDY, CHARLES 
Springdale, Conn. 
HARRIS. STEPHEN 
Chester 
HARTMAN. 
STEPHEN 
K.mberly 



HASBROUCK. 

HOMER 
Rutherford, N. J. 
HAYES. NANCY 
Pgb... P>. 
HEATWOLE, 

CAROL 
Parkersburg. W. Va. 



HEISKELL. ELLEN 

New Martinsville 

HELFER. ROBERTA 

Wheeling. W. Va. 

HERSMAN. JOHN 

Clarksburg. W. Va. 



HODGE, STEPHEN 
Portland. Conn. 
HOHM, CHERYL 
Silver Spring. Md. 
HOLLERAN, 

BARBARA 
North Plainfield. 

N. J. 



GILES, RONALD 
Lewiiburg. 
GILLOOLY. 
WILLIAM 
Rutherford. N. J. 



GOTTWALD. 

KATHERINE 
Babylon. N. Y. 
GRANT. KATHY 
Lintbicum, Md. 



HALL, DAVID 
Johnstown, N. Y. 



HALL. TERRY 
Point Pleasant. 



HARVEY, GAIL 
Wellesley, Mass. 
HARVILL, CAROL 
Gaithersburg. Md. 



HECKMAN. DAVID 
Vandergnft. Pa. 
HEDEN. ROBERT 
Phila.. Pa. 



HESLEP, JEANIE 
St. Albans. V . Va. 
HILTUNEN, JANE 
Ridgewood, N. J. 



HOLMES, JAY 
Pgh.. P.. 

HOOD. BARBARA 
Ligonier. Pa 



94 



FRESHMEN 



HOOVER. JOAN 
Silver Spring, Md 


HOWARD. LESTER 
W. Bridgewater. 


HORNBECK, DAVID 
Buckbannon, W. Va. 


Mast. 

HUDSON. ANNE 


HOVIS, LOGAN 
Vienna. W. V.. 


Greenit.org. Pa. 


HUFFORD. 
WILLIAM 


HUNTER, JOHN 
Wheeling, W. Va. 


New Castle. Pa. 
HUGH, DAVID 
Summit, N. J. 


IANNARONE. 

RONALD 
Staten Iiland. N Y 


HULTBERG, 

DWAIN 
Follansbee, W. Vj, 




ICE, MARY ELLEN 
Mill Creek, W. Va. 


JAYNES. DAVID 
Monongahela. Pa. 


IREY, JILL 
Silver Spring., Md. 
IRWIN, MARY 

ANNE 
Jenkintown, Pa 


JENKINS, 

MICHAEL 
Silver Spring. Md. 


JENNINGS. DETA 
Grcensburg, Pa. 


JOHNSON. ROBER1 
Holden. Mass. 


JOHNSON. 

KATHRYN 
Williamstown 


KANTORICK. JEAN 
Uniontown, Pa. 


JOHNSON. NEIL 
Deep River, Conn. 




KEMPTON. 
LAUREN 


RISER. RAYMOND 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 


Trumbull. Conn. 
KINSEY. KAREN 
Ligonier. Pa. 
KIRKLAND. RENEE 
Pine Grove 


KITNEY. WILLIAM 
Woodbury, Conn. 


KELBEZ. RICHARD 
Lake H.awatba, N. J. 


KOPITKO. JANE 
Warwick. R. I. 


KOCH, JOHN 
Bethel Park. Pa 


KOSZORU. KAREN 
Augusta, N. J. 


KOMAROMI, 

ROBERT 
Pgh.. P.. 




KRIEGER. JAMES 
Carnegie. P.. 


LAUFFER, 
LAWRENCE 


LANEY. KATHY 
Huntingdon, Ta. 
LANTZ, DAVID 
Elkins, W. Va. 


Irwin, Pa 
LAUX, JAN 
Livingston. N.J. 






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LEAMER, JOHN 
Tonawanda, N.Y. 
LESLIE, BARBARA 
Westfield, N. J. 
LOVELACE, 
GEORGE 



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LUNDBERG, 
CHARLES 
Fairfield, Conn. 
LUOTO. GEORGE 
Maynard, Miss. 
LYNCH. CAROLYN 
Parkersburg, W. Va. 



MacFARLAND, 
SANDRA 



Lincoln 



Mn 




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MALTESE. JOSEPH 
Baltimore, Md. 
MALYSZKA, 
RONALD 
Trumbull, Conn. 



MARINO. BONNIE 
West Mifflin, Pa. 
MARNER. ROBERT 
Pgh.. Pa. 
MARSHALL, 
WILLIAM 
Bel Air. Md. 



MARVIN. GORDON 
Woodbridge. Conn. 
MAY, FRANCES 
Carm.chaels, Pa. 
McCANS. JOHN 
Donora, Pa. 



McCOY, WALTER 
Tampa, Fla. 
McCUNE, EDWARD 
Washington, Pa. 
McCUNE, REBECCA 
Marlinton 



McKEEVER. 

KATHIE 
Chestnut Hill. Pa. 
McKINNEY, JAMES 
Spenccrport, N.Y. 
McNEEL, JANE 
Grcensburg, Pa. 



LUCAS. JUDY 
Uniontown, Pa. 
LUDWIG. SANDRA 
Langhorne, Pa. 



LYNCH. GUY 
Parkersburg. W. Va 
MABON, DARLYNN 
New Florence, Pa. 



MANNING, 

JACINTHA 
Harris.ille 

MARIETTA. JAMES 
Ligonicr, Pa. 



MATHIESON, JANE 
Holyoke, Mass. 
MAURO. BARBARA 
Pgh., Pa. 



McCLELLAN. 

THOMAS 
Lorado 
McCOMAS. 

ELIZABETH 
Great Lakes, 111. 



Mcdonald, 

ALEXIS 
Bridgeport 
McGRAW, MARY 
Harrisburg, Pa. 



McRAE. BARBARA 
Greensburg, Pa. 
MEANOR, 

SAUNDRA 
New Kensington. Pa. 



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FRESHMEN 



MEASE, WILLIAM 
Kecksburg, Pa. 
MEATYARD, 

SUSAN 
Bethcsda, Md. 
MICHAELS, JUDY 
Parkersburg. W. Va. 



MILLER. KAREN 
Elrama, Pa. 
MILLER, LARRY 
Cumberland, Md. 
MISHLER. JAMES 
Johnstown, Pa. 



MOFFAT. ETHEL 
LaValc, Md. 
MOORE, BARBARA 
Brockton, Mass. 
MOORE, WAYNE 
St. Marys, W. Va. 



MICK, GUY 
Buckhannon, W. Vi 
MILLER, CAROL 
Fairfield, Conn. 



MOCK, DEBORAH 
Latrobe, Pa. 
MOELLER, 
ROBERT 
Wilkinsburg. Pa. 



MOORHEAD, 

MAXINE 
Bridgeville, Pa. 
MORRILL, GARY 
Sunapee, N. H. 



MORRIS, KAREN 


MUDGE, ELLEN 


Pgk.. Pa. 


McKecsport, Pa. 


MORRIS, THOMAS 


MULLER, CYNTHIA 


Hunt.ngton, W. Va. 


Teaneck, N. J. 


MORRISON, DIANA 




Monaca, Pa. 





MUNSON, 
CHARLES 


MYERS, GARY 
Woodbury, N. J. 


Beckley. W. Va. 
MURRAY, GEORGE 
Newark, Del. 


NAUGLE, CONNIE 
Ligonier, Pa. 


MURPHY. SHARON 
Ligonier, Pa. 




NEWMAN, 
CLIFFORD 


NICHOLSON, JOHN 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 


Buckhannon, W, Va. 
NEUMAN, GAIL 
Pnila., Pa. 


OWENS. CAROLYN 
Clinton, Md. 


NEIL, JOSEPH 
Uniontown, Pa. 




PALMER, DONALD 
Dover, Del. 


PER.RIN, DIANE 
Avon, N. Y. 


PALMER. BETSY 
Glen Dale 


PETERS, SUSAN 
Rockville, Conn. 


PARSONS, SARAH 

JANE 
Vienna, W. Va. 










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PETRIE.DEE 


PIERSON, 


McKces Rocki, Pa. 


DOUGLAS 


PHILLIPS. 


Springfield. N. J. 


BARBARA 


PILLSBURY, 


Buckhannon, W. Va. 


PRISCILLA 


PIERCE, MELVIN 


Hanson. Man. 


Bridgeton, N. J. 




PITCHER. DAVID 


POPP. MADELINE 


Parkersburg, W. Va. 


McKecsport, Pa. 


POLING, JAMES 


POPSON. GARY 


Buckhannon, W. Va. 


Apollo. Pa. 


POLING, ROBERTA 




Elkm., W. Va. 





POWER. JAMES 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 


PROCTOR. GEORGE 
Bel Air, Md. 


POWERS. BYRON 
S. Charleston. W. Va. 


PROUT, JAMES 
Ocean Grove, N. J. 


POWERS. JANE 
Walpole. Mais. 




PUGLIESE. DIANE 
Pittsburgh. Pa. 


REICH, RICHARD 
Baltimore, Md. 


RAINES, CAROL 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 


REID, JOSEPH 
Honolulu, Hawaii 


REESE, 

CHARLOTTE 
West Milford, W. Va. 




REIKO, ODA 
Japan 


ROBUCK. SANDY 
Evans City, Pa. 


REIN. PATRICIA 
Kenilworth. N. J. 


ROGERS, EMMA 
Charleston, W. Va. 


RICHMOND, 

NANCY 
Manchester, Conn. 




ROSE, DONALD 
Silver Spring, Md. 


SANDERS, KATHIE 
Coraopolis, Pa. 


SAAMS, SARAH 
Trenton. N. J. 


SAVILLE. ROBERT 
Hackettstosvn, N. J. 


SAFFORD. DEANA 





SCHAEFFER, 
BECKY 


SCOTT, GAIL 
Morrisvilte, Pa. 


Gctroantown, Pa. 
SCHRECENGOST. 

LARRY 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 


SCOTT, MINA 
Elkton. Md. 


SCITE, JOSEPH 
Letart. W. Va. 








98 



FRESHMEN 



SHAPTER, 

ROBERTA 
Westfield, N. J. 
SHARKEY, JOSEPH 
Clairton, Pa. 
SHARP, JO ANN 
Orange, Conn. 



SHELTON, CECVLE 
Zelienoplc, Pa. 
SHERRER, SUSAN 
Union, N. J. 
SHERRY, THOMAS 
Wilkinsburg, Pa. 



SIGLER. NANCY 
Springfield. Va. 
SIMPSON, CAROL 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
SINCLAIR, EDWIN 
Moorefield, W. Va. 



SMITH, RODGER 
S. Portland, Mo. 
SMITH, ROGER 

Buckhannon, W. Va 
SPENCE, SUZANNE 
Pittsburgh. Pa. 



STALNAKER. 

NANCY 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 
STARCHER, MARY 
Ripley, W. Va. 
STATA. ALLEN 
Needham, Mass. 



STEPHENSON, 

ROSE 
Vienna, W. Va. 
STEWART, JR., 

CLYDE 
Buckhannon, W. 
STONE, LESLIE 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 



SWANEY, VICKI 
Bell Vernon, Pa. 
TAN, BRIAN 
Medan. Indonesia 
TAYLOR. JUDITH 
Buckhannon. W. Va. 



SHAVER, JOSEPH 
Wheeling, W. Va. 
SHAW, SUSAN 
Wexford, Pa. 



SHINDLEDECKER. 

RACHEL 
New Bethlehem, Pa. 
SHULTABARGER, 

PETER 
Brasford Woods, Pa. 



SMALLRIDGE, 

PATTI 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 
SMITH, ROBERT 
McKcesport, Pa. 



SPRAGUE, GARY 
Pleasantville, N. Y. 
SPRINGER, 

CLIFFORD 
Uniontown, W. Va. 



STEALEY, ROBERT 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 
STEM, EARL 
Norristown, Pa. 



STRADER, JEAN 
Crawford, W. Va. 
SUMMERS, JERRIE 



THOMAS, FRED 
Johnstown, Pa. 
THOMPSON, ANNIS 
Weymouth, Mass. 




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THOMPSON, 


THORNTON. 


FRANCINE 


CHERYL 


Rainelle, W. Va. 


River Edge. N. J. 


THOMPSON, 


THORNTON. 


JEFFREY 


GEORGE 


Carien. Coon. 


Jackson, Ohio 


THORNE. JAMES 




Clarksburg, W. Va. 





TILL, SANDRA 
Vincenrown, N. J. 
TOWNLEY, KAREN 
Gillette. N. Y. 
TRAINER. 
JEANNIE 
French Creek. W. Va. 



TROXELL, ANITA 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 
VAN BLARCOM. 

JOAN 
Baldwim-rille. N. Y. 
VAN SCOY, 

CHERYL 
Parkersburg, W. Va. 



WAGNER, JAMES 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
WARE. JANICE 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 
WARNER. ALICE 
Versailles, Pa. 



TRIMMER, CAROL 
Barneiville, Ohio 
TROENDLE, 
JO-ANNE 
Syracuse, New York 



VITE, PHYLLIS 
Tosfanda, Pa. 

VREDENBl'RG. 
DAVID 

Mechanic, die, N. 



WARNER, 

KENNETH 
Wexford, Pa. 
WASHBURN. JUDY 
Erie, Pa. 



WASS. PATRICIA 


WELLS, ROBERT 


Harrisiille. W. Va. 


Middleman, Pa. 


WATSON, DAVID 


WELLS. SUSAN 


Clarksburg. W. Va. 


Gary. W, Va. 


WEICHAND. 




RALPH 




Maywood, N. J. 





WENTWORTH. 


WILHELM, 


CLAUDIA 


BRENDA 


Bridgewater, Mass. 


Leetonia, Ohio 


WHITE. STEVEN 


WILKINSON. 


Terra Alta, W. Va. 


KAREN 


WILBERT. GREGG 


Wyckoff, N. J 


Camel, W. Va. 





WISSER, CURT 
McKeesport. Pa- 


YOUNG. SUZANNE 
Buckhannon. W. Va. 


WITHERITE. JANE 
Annapolis, Md. 
WOLFE, PAT 
Myersdalc, Pa. 


YUENGL1NG, 

NANCY 
Pittsburgh. Pa. 



100 



FRESHMEN 



YULE, RICHARD 
Needham, Mass. 
ZACCARI. 

PATRICIA 
Phoenis, Md. 
ZAVAGLIA, RAF 
Meridcn, Conn. 



ZICKEFOOSE, DONETTE 



ZUBACK. CRISPIN 
Pittsburgh. Pa. 




AULT. ROBERT 
Oakland, Md. 

BAILEY, 

ELIZABETH 
Moorefield, W. Va. 

BAILBY, SUE 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 

BARNES. 

KENNETH 
Brownsville, Pa. 

BENTON, JERRY 
Lake Hiawatha, N. J. 

CARPENTER. 

JAMES 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 

CHITAMBER, 

SHERIDAN 

Washington, Pa. 

CURTIS, DAVID 
Glen Dale, W. Va. 

CURTIS, JOHN 
Meriden, Conn. 

DAUGHERTY, 

THOMAS 
Weston, W. Va. 

DAVIS, JANE 
Concotd, N. H. 

DiCOLA, RAYMOND 
Claitton, Pa. 

DONNELLY, 

MARSHA 
Pittsbutgh, Pa. 

DUNHAM, 

RANDALL 
McLean, Va. 

EXLEY, BEN 
Wheeling. W. Va. 

FINCHAM, 
SHARON 
Mill Creek, W. Va. 

FLOWERS, GLENN 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 

FOX, RICHARD 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 

FRERICHS, 
PAULETTE 



FRUEHAN, KEITH 
Endwell, N. Y. 



GANS, ELIZABETH 
Cambridge, Ohio 



GARBER, CHERYL 
Clairton, Pa. 

GERMAN, JOHN 
Jenkintown, Pa. 

GETTEMY, JACK 
Hunkers, Pa. 

GILSON, SANDRA 
Hackensack, N. J. 

GOODFELLOW, 

NANCY 
Fairfield, Conn. 

GREGG, GEORGE 
Tannery, Va. 

GROSS, CAROL 
Oaks, Pa. 

GROSSMAN, DIANE 
Albany, N. Y. 

GWINN. MARY 
Mt. Hope, W. Va. 

HASSON, ALBERT 
Cabot, Pa. 

HEISCH, SUSAN 
Baltimore, Md. 

HEMPHILL. GREER 
Washington, D. C. 

HODGSON, JOY 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

HOKE, BARBARA 
Cleveland. W. Va. 

HOLBERT. JOHN 
Harrisville, W. Va. 

HORIE. CHERYL 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

HOWE. ROBERT 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

JACK, MIKE 
Buckhannon. W. Va. 

JANCZEWSKI, 

WAYNE 
Clairton, Pa. 

JORDAN, JANET 
Baltimore, Md. 

KEILHOLTZ, 

DENNIS 
Silver Spring, Md. 

LEAR, BENJAMIN 
Vandergrift, Pa. 

LINCICOME, 

ROBERT 
Vienna, W. Va. 



LLOYD. LESLIE 
Penns Grove, N.J 

LORD, ALAN 
Belmont, Mass. 

McKEEVER, 
MARION 
Hillsboro. W. Va. 

McMILLER, 

JUDITH 
McLean, Va. 

McNEAL, DAVID 
Hackettstown, N.J. 

MEFFERT, 
ROLAND 

MILLER, JANIS 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 

MILLER, JERRY 
Charleston, W. Va. 

MOREHEAD, 

STEPHEN 
Parkersburg, W. Va. 

MYERS. RICHARD 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

MYERS, WILLIAM 
Plainfield, N.J. 

NADEAU, THOMAS 
Orleans, Mass. 

ODA, REIKO 
Kitapyoshi, Japan 

OLEXA, WAYNE 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

ORNER, LANCE 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

PACKMAN, GUY 
Grafton, W. Va. 

PARKER. JAMES 
Parkersburg, W. Va. 

PAULMAN, 
RICHARD 
Cumberland, Md. 

PETERSON, 
NORMAN 
Ridgefield, Conn. 

PETTIBON, 
GEORGE 
Monaca Park. Pa. 

RANDOLPH, 

EUGENE 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 

REXRODE. LARRV 
Fairmont, W Va. 



RHEIN. BARBARA 
Hamburg. Pa. 

ROBERTS. PETER 
Greenwich, Conn. 

ROGERS, JUDY 
Westfield, Mass. 

ROWETT. RICHARD 
Wyoming, Pa. 

RYDHOLM, DAVID 
Warren, Pa. 

SCHMEAL, 

CHARLES 
Kenvil, N. J. 

SHAW. MARTHA 
McKecsport. Pa. 

SHEELEY, SANDRA 
New Martinsville. 



SLOGAN, 

RANDOLPH 
Pleasant Hills, Pa. 

SMITH, WILBERT 
Czar, W. Va. 

STUART, DAVID 
Morgantown, W. Va. 

THOMPSON, 

CLELL 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 

VASILKO, 

LEONARD 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

WAGNER, 
RICHARD 

WALTER, 

LAWRENCE 
Hyde Park, Mass. 

WATSON, DAVID L. 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 

WEST, JOHN 
Beckley. W. Va. 

WISECARVER, 

WAYNE 
Arlington, Va. 

WOLFE, RICHARD 
Gibbsboro, N.J. 

WRIGHT, PERRY 
Volga. W. Va. 

WYSOCKI, LINDA 
Dayton, Ohio 



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The Greek social sororities and fraternities play a major 
role in Wesleyan's social calendar. Along with individual 
functions, the Greek's sponsor Greek Week-End and May 
Week-End. They also select candidates to compete for Mur- 
murmontis Queen. More than 550 Wesleyan students belong 
to a Greek social organization. 



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PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 




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The Panhellenic Council was established to create and main- 
tain good relations between the sororities on Wesleyan's 
campus. The council co-ordinates the activities of the four 
sororities and acts as a judiciary board for them. This year, 
under the direction of president, Trudy Rannells and under 
the advisorship of Dean Marion McBrair, Panhellenic was 
involved in different activities. The activities include Formal 
and Informal Rush, Greek Week, and Panhellenic Dinner. 
The meetings of the Panhellenic Council are held once a week 
in one of the sorority suites. The Council this year has definitely 
been of effective assistance to all of the sororities. 



104 



INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL 




Inter-Fraternity Council was established on Wesleyan's cam- 
pus to organize the fraternities into one united group. Today 
it serves as the governing body of these fraternities, setting 
up rules for rushing and settling any disputes which might 
arise among the five groups. The activities of I.F.C. include 
co-ordinating Greek Week and Campus intramurals. This year 
Inter-Fraternity Council was under the direction of president 
Pete Evans. 



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FOUNDED 1851, Wesleyan Female College 

CHAPTERS 105 

MEMBERS 64 

COLORS Blue and White 

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May Queen and ADPi Attendants 

From May 1964 to May 1965, ADPi's are always on 
the move. Whether sweethearts, scholars, athletes, or 
campus leaders, Alpha Delta Pi is well represented in 
all areas. 

Five ADPi's adorned the 1964 May Court; Lynn 
Nelson, who was the Queen of May, Fran Benson, 
Nancy Houston, Lois Bradbury, and Barbara Burns. 
For Homecoming Lois Bradbury and Judi Lemon were 
selected as senior representatives. The ADPi's "Octo- 
pus" won first place, along with first place for On- 
Campus Decoration. Janet Bitzer and Barbara Burns 
were chosen Sweethearts of Theta Chi and Delta Xi 
respectively. 

The social functions of this year have included slumber parties, social parties, teas, and receptions. The "Pledge 
Dance" was held in December for our 21 new pledges. The highlight of the year was the annual Black and 
White Diamond Formal which was held in honor of the Seniors. 

Last and probably most important in the 1964-65 highlights are ones that will never get a trophy or even 
applause. Whether times of sisterly fellowship in the sorority suite or buying shoes and fixing clothes for a 
needy family at Christmas. These make a sisterhood worthwhile. 




"Octopi The End-Zone" 




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CHAPTERS 

MEMBERS 

COLORS 

FLOWERS 



1904, Syracuse University 
93 

60 

Red, Buff, and Green 
Red and Buff Roses 



Pledges of Alpha Gam 



This is the 17th year that Alpha Omicron Chapter has repre- 
sented Alpha Gamma Delta national fraternity on Wesleyan's 
campus. Alpha Gamma Delta stresses scholarship, leadership, and 
active participation in all college functions. Alpha Gam's float, 
"It's A Sham-Poo Old West Liberty Can't Win," won second 
place at Homecoming while sisters Katy O'Brien and Karen Del- 
brugge were Sophomore and Junior attendants to the Queen. 
Alpha Gam won the Scholarship trophy for the eighth consecutive 
semester. 

Other activities have included a pledge formal held at the Coach 
and Four honoring the twenty-one new pledges. A spring formal 
and picnic are held each year honoring the Seniors. Theme parties 
have included a Hobo Party and a Mad Party. 

The fraternity's altruistic project for this year goes toward Crip- 
pled Children's counselor training centers. 






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CHAPTERS 

MEMBERS 

COLORS 

FLOWER 



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The Alpha Xi's ended last year's activities by winning the first place May Sing trophy for the second con- 
secutive year. The Alpha Xi's on the May Day court were Ann Royse and Brenda Blake, senior attendants, and 
Polly Lowe, freshman attendant. Then at the Awards Assembly Alice Crayton was announced as the Murmur- 
monits Queen and "Cookie" Bridgeman was given the Wesley Ann award. 

The fall term began with a retreat to plan th.e year's ac- 
tivities, the first of which was Homecoming. Karen Jennings 
and Alice Crayton, were on the Homecoming court. The "Fuz- 
zies" won the second place trophy for their service project. 
Next was the Christmas Dance, which honored the 21 fall 
pledges. The Alpha Xi's had two Christmas parties, one for 
underprivileged children with the Theta Xi's and the other 
with the pledges in the form of a shower for the sorority 
room. 

Other social functions were the Sweetheart dance, "Hearts 
and Flowers" and the Rose Formal. The first honored the 
sweetheart, Mr. Hicks and the 10 second semester pledges and 
the latter dance honored the seniors. 



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The year 1964 was one of progress through activity for 
the sisters of Zeta Tau Alpha. 

Homecoming was a flurry of activity including a float, 
an alumni tea and campus decorations. 

Following our many traditions, Zeta Tau Alpha held 
a dessert for the fraternities on campus. This year desserts 
were held for Phi Sigma Epsilon and Kappa Alpha Order. 
At Christmas the sisters enjoyed caroling for the hospitals 
in town and held a Christmas party where each girl gave a 
Christmas present to the sorority suite. 

Second semester activities were even more varied. A 
Sister Supper was held in January to honor all the big and 
little sisters. A Valentine's Dance, the New Initiates 
Dinner, the Spring Pledge Dance, and the Senior Banquet 
were other social functions the sisters enjoyed. Greek Week 
was a special success with the Zetas placing second in the 
sports events. 

Even with all these activities the actives were first in 
scholarship second semester. 

Our Spring Week-End started out with a coke and chips 
party on April 30th. May 1st was State Day for the Zetas 
and the annual Spring Formal was held at Lake Riley that 
night. The week-end's activities were rounded out with a 
picnic at Audra State Park on May 2nd. The year was 
ended with a two day Spring Retreat at a cabin on the 
river, where plans were made for the coming year. 

The sisters of Zeta Tau Alpha can look back on a year 
filled with work and fun, but most of all a year filled 
with the joy of sisterhood. 




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Alpha Gamma Delta 




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FOUNDED 1824, Princeton University 

CHAPTERS 37 

MEMBERS 52 

COLORS Scarlet and Blue 



The years of 1964-65 are years long to be remembered for 
the brothers of Chi Phi. It was the period of colonization for 
Wesleyan's fifth national fraternity. 

September, 1964, brought approval from Chi Phi and West 
Virginia Wesleyan College for the establishment of the Delta Xi 
Colony of The Chi Phi Fraternity. 

From our home at 67 South Kanawha Street, we, the men of 
scarlet and blue enter every phase of campus life from publica- 
tions to athletics, from student government to the Dean's List. 

Homecoming was its usual success with the brothers taking 
an active part in all the festivities. The fall social functions led to 
numerous winter successes as the Chi Phi men held' their Winter 
Formal in Elkins. Sweetheart weekend this Spring was a total 
success. The weekend was the scene for the official chartering of 
the national fraternity of Chi Phi on the college campus. College 
officials, national officers and the brothers and their dates were 
on hand to usher in the new phase of life for the relatively young 
local fraternity. Chi Phi Sweetheart is Barbara Burns. 




Study hard, boys ! 



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FOUNDED 1865, Washington College 

CHAPTERS 84 

MEMBERS 89 

COLORS Crimson and Old Gold 

FLOWERS Magnolia and Crimson Rose 




"Saddle-up!" 



"Snack time!" 




'Homecoming Float" 



Kappa Alpha is the oldest national fraternity on Wesleyan's 
campus. Throughout this year Beta Chi chapter along with the 
other chapters will be observing a centennial celebration mark- 
ing one-hundred years of existence. 

This year the Inter-Fraternity Scholarship is on the shelves 
of 66 S. Kanawha Street. 

K.A.'s Old South Weekend is traditionally a socially unique 
affair where the fraternity secedes from Wesleyan's campus 
and from the town of Buckhannon. The week-end also includes 
a picnic, a parade, and the high point of the week-end, the 
Dixie Ball. 

Informal house parties, "The Convivium" — the celebration 
of Robert E. Lee's birthday, and the Sweetheart Dance made up 
a part of the KA. social calendar this year. 

The fraternity sweetheart is Rita Lawrence. 



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Dinner With the Phi Sig's 



FOUNDED 1910, Kansas State Teachers College 

CHAPTERS .. 41 

MEMBERS 

COLORS Cardinal and Silver 

FLOWER White Tea Rose 



Phi Kappa Chapter of Phi Sigma Epsilon is in its sixth 
year on Wesleyan's campus. It has again had an interesting 
variety of activities including sport events, dances, parties, and 
college functions. 

The fall formal was a big occasion with twinkling lights and 
soft music. Phi Sig again won first place in Christmas decora- 
tions. April was the special month for the fraternity as it was 
the time of the Cardinal and Silver Weekend when their new 
sweetheart is crowned. 

Serving as Sweetheart this year is Marty Moore. 





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CHAPTERS . 133 

MEMBERS 70 

COLORS Military Red and White 

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Knights of the Roundtable 



Delta Gamma Chapter of Theta Chi Fraternity, located at its beautiful house on 
74 College Avenue, is in its fifteenth prosperous year on Wesleyan's Campus. Theta 
Chi is one of the country's oldest and largest National Social Fraternities. 

Theta Chi's motto is "Alma Mater First and Theta Chi for Alma Mater." Living 
up to this motto, Theta Chi may be found in active participation everywhere on 
Wesleyan's Campus: Community Council, honorary societies, Intramurals, school ath- 
letic teams, and class officers. 

Theta Chi's numerous social activities are well known on Wesleyan's Campus. 
These activities include the Sweetheart Formal, Jammy's, teas, receptions, house par- 
ties, open house, and mixers with the sororities. 

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FOUNDED 1864, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 

CHAPTERS 73 

MEMBERS 98 

COLORS Azure Blue and White 

FLOWER Blue Iris 



Presentation of Silver Bowl to Dr. Glauner At Founders Day 
Banquet. 



The Kappa Tau Chapter of Theta Xi has 
enjoyed a great deal of success and progress 
since celebrating the one-hundredth anniversary 
of the Fraternity's founding on April 29, 1964. 

After scoring a second place May Sing vic- 
tory the Brothers captured first place in the 
intramurals Softball competition. This fall 
Theta Xi continued its victory string at Home- 
coming with a first place win in House Deco- 
rations followed by the overall Homecoming 
Trophy. First place victories in the "A" and 
"B" League intramural football and "A" and 
"C" League volleyball competition brought 
four more trophies to the chapter house. 

Picnics, hayrides, house parties, a Pledge 
Dance both semesters, the Winter Dance and 
our spring formal the Iris Ball were highlights 
in the social realm. 

A Christmas Party with the Alpha Xi's for 
underprivileged youngsters was a success, 
plus an Easter Egg Hunt. 

Serving as Sweetheart this year is Rosemary 
Decatur. 




Brothers Planting the Victory Flag 




President "Norv" 
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Growth at Wesleyan is noted in the increased number of 
campus organizations which continue to function or which are 
newly formed. This year we had the largest number of active 
organizations that has ever existed on this campus. 

More students are becoming aware of the vast opportunity 
to pursue their interests through clubs. The membership of the 
various clubs has more than doubled in the last four years. 



ORGANIZATIONS 




HONORARIES 




SEATED, Left to right: M. Hecht, D. Martin, A. Hopkins, N. McNew. 
STANDING, Left to right: E. Foglesong, K. Sorg, Dr. Z. Green, J. 
Carstensen. 



HAUGHT LITERARY SOCIETY 



Haught Literary Society is the senior women's honorary designed to develop and deep- 
en interest in intellectual, literary, cultural, political, and social concerns. It recognizes 
outstanding achievement in leadership, scholarship and service among the junior women 
through its tapping of new members. It is responsible for the "Haught Herald" bulletin 
board displays in each of the women's dorms. It holds a "Smarty Party" for freshman 
girls earning a 3.0 average. Dr. Zaidee Green is the present advisor. Pres. Ellen Fogle- 
song, First Vice-Pres., Karen Sorg, Second Vice-Pres., Marlene Hecht, Sec-Treasurer, 
Donna Martin. The ?irls meet in Loar Memorial Room. 



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KAPPA PI 



This national honorary art fraternity is 
active on this campus in recognizing super- 
ior art majors and minors. The members 
this year were given honorary membership 
for their outstanding interest and appreci- 
ation of the arts. These new members are 
Dr. Stanley Martin, Dr. Florence Schaper, 
and Prof. Hallam. Mr. Keester is the 
group's advisor. They meet in the new art 
center. 

Mary Rothmann presides with Lynn 
Bonafed as the Sec. -Treasurer. One of their 
projects is the student Art Exhibit. They are 
responsible for the hanging of all art 
shows, decorations for Saga on Thanksgiv- 
ing and Christmas. 



Top to bottom: M. Rothmann, Mr. Keester, L. Bonafed, M. Kelly, 
M. Goodhue, S. Abrham, J. Lemon, L. Evick, M. Hanson, M. Curtis. 



SOQUINTA 



Organized around the purpose of exemplify- 
ing and fostering creative and scholarly atti- 
tudes on campus, this sophomore women's 
honorary recognizes both individual activities 
and group participation. It is a fairly new or- 
ganization, started in 1962. Dean Marion Mc- 
Brair is helping the girls with their activities, 
one of which is a picnic with Haught in the 
spring. 



SEATED: D. Heaps, S. Emme, E. Metallides. 
STANDING: E. Cox, E. Crissman, A. Southworth. 




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STANDING, Left to right: B. Talkington, G. Klebez, D. Ranson, R. Scott, N. Richards, P. Weaver, M. Peterson, J. Painter. SEAT- 
ED, Left to right: P. Lattore, J. Yockel, R. Winget, Dean Cunningham. 



OMICRON DELTA KAPPA 



As a National Leadership Honor Society for college men, ODK members are chosen 
on the basis of achievement in exemplary character and superior scholarship and lead- 
ership. Its members include students, faculty, administration, alumni, and honorary 
members. Roger Yockel is this year's president and Dr. Plummer and Mr. Reemsnyder 
are the advisors. 



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This honorary physical education fraternity for women has as its purpose the recogni- 
tion of worthy members in the fields of physical education and the advancement of the 
aims and ideals of this field. This group consists of those in health, physical education, 
and recreation. It sponsors an intramural program, and the refreshment stand and check- 
ing service at basketball and football games. The initiation for new members takes 
place under the direction of Miss Barbara Maxwell. 



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STANDING: Miss 
Maxwell, L. Lantz, S. 
Smolenski, D. Ufko, 
S. Reynolds. 




ALPHA PSI OMEGA 



This is Wesleyan's honorary dramatics fraternity 
which stimulates dramatic efforts on our campus. 
Members of the Playshop are eligible for election 
when they have given evidence of superior ability 
and when they have earned sufficient points for 
invitations. Mr. Richard Norvell is the group's 
leader. This year's members are active in all phases 
of the drama department and will graduate in May. 



STANDING: A. Crayton, J. Robinson. SEATED: Mrs. 
Norvell. 



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SEATED, Left to Right, D. Reynolds, S. Underwood, C. Cornwell, President, N. Creel, Dr. Rossbach, A. Snedeker. STAND- 
ING: T. Terry, D. Carpenter, R. Decatur, W. Smith, S. Widmeyer, J. Bowers, M. Feist, J. Knorr. ROW 3: N. Lygoumenos, C. 
Montoya, J. Mitton, D. Prostak, L. Miller. 

TRI-BETA 

Plans for a West Virginia Wesleyan Museum of Natural History, including preparation of specimens of local wild- 
life, are part of this honorary's activities for the future. Members of this Beta Mu Chapter of Beta Beta Beta are 
biology majors and minors who show sound scholarship and a dissemination of scientific knowledge, and who are 
interested in biological research. Dr. George Rossbach heads this group. 

BENZENE RING 

Benzene Ring is the student affiliate of the American Chemical Society and has as its purpose the promotion of 
social and professional aspects of chemistry. Their activities include the Strawberry breakfast, a trip to Union Carbide 
Research Center in Charleston and guest lecturers from W. Va. University and the Gulf Research Center. 

SEATED: J. Bard, Dr. Gould, N. Creel, S. Stewart, Dr. Wilkins, E. Sampson. STANDING: T. Dessent, W. Gawthrop, J. Black, 
J. Mason, C. Cornwell, V. Nicely, F. Husk, President, and D. Ochs. 






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SEATED, Left to right: B. Hackler, Dr. Gilbert, C. Standing, R. Hamrick, C. Preset, Dr. Buhler, J. Bard. STANDING: J. Painter, T. 
Noon, L. Martisko, L. Lee, W. Bond, R. Thomas, F. Helt, H. Robbins, R. Meek, M. Hecht, K. Maloney. 



PSI CHI 



Established locally in 1962, this honorary for psychology majors and minors has as 
its purpose, the advancement of "the science of psychology and it encourages stimu- 
lates, and maintains scholarship of the individual members in all fields." Experimenta- 
tion and research are encouraged and the sharing of new findings among members is a 
vital part of the program. 



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THE "PHAROS" 




SEATED: Mr. McWhorter, advisor, Paul Erwin, editor. 
STANDING: T Stiles, S. Erwin, N. Masonheimer, J. Kantorick. 



Editor Paul Erwin 

Asst. Editor Sue Crocker 

Business Manager Tom Stiles 

Advertising Manager - Nancy Masonheimer 

Advisor Mr. McWhorter 

Photographer Richard Crook 



The staff looks with pride 
at a recent issue. 




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ROW 1: L. Moran, L. Herring, R. Cairns, M. Johnston, S. Bishop, J. Rapp, P. Bergen. ROW 2: E. Coy, P. Sensue, J. Risher, C. 
Rogers, L. Bennett, S. Crocker, E. Mattox, L. Copley. ROW 3: B. Gwynn, M. Bell, A. Southworth, C. Evans, J. Cline, B. Kimberlain, 
E. Crissman, E. Pembroke, M. Law, M. Hecht, J. Boltz. 

WOMEN STUDENT COUNSELORS 1964-1965 



The first person I remember seeing during Orientation Week was my 
counselor standing in the front hallway with a big smile on her face. 
She seemed so nice and friendly as she greeted me and took me to my 
room. And that is practically the story of the whole year. My counselor 
was always ready to help me with anything. She shared my joys and 
my difficulties. The two student counselors who live in our hall wing 
were our guides, friends and confidantes. This was the spirit of all the 
counselors last year, and yours will be the same. 



I promise not to make any 
noise, anymore. 




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The staff at work: Sue Lantz, Editor, 
Jeannie Trainer, Asst. Editor, Sue 
Bailey, typist. 



THE MURMUR - 



Left to right: Harriet Babcock, Greeks, Donna Crook, organizations, Deniece DuBois, traditions, William Lyons, sports, Jill Ivey, 
classes, Donna Davies, faculty and administration, Patricia Deacon, leadership. 




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Shall we dance? 




Our advisor: King of the Road 



MONTIS 



OUR STAFF: SEATED, Left to Right, R. Owen, P. Burke, P. Deacon, J. Angelo, S. Lantz, editor, J. Trainner, assistant editor, 
W. Lyons. STANDING: V. Hamburger, R. Beem, J. Cucinotta, D. Davies, M. Trognitz, D. Debouis, J. Irey, K. Wilkinson, J. 
Mathieson, D. Crook, H. Babcock. 




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METHODIST STUDENT MOVEMENT 



The MSM carries out a ministry to 
the campus. This is done through per- 
sonal concern for one another and for 
those whom it seeks to reach, by pro- 
grams and readings in contemporary 
theology and Christian opinion, and 
through the many channels of service 
open in other structures on campus. 
In all, it is responding to what God 
has done, and seeking to better under- 
stand the Word as it is revealed 
through the secular and the sacred. Of- 
ficers for the year were: president, Mor- 
gan Peterson; secretary, Kay Chapman, 
and treasurer, Caroline Grieser. Morgan 
Peterson, state president has represented 
Wesleyan on the West Virginia MSM 
Council. Advisors were Bill Miller and 
Dr. Joseph Mow. 



SEATED, Left to right: K. Foster, S. Fullen, J. Painter, L. Herring, N. Cole, K. 
Chapman. STANDING, ROW 2: C. Reese, D. Gaither, R. Miller, M. Peterson, S. 



Gray, M. Byrd. 
Clawson. 



ROW 3: M. Chatterton, P. Weaver, R. Moeller, K. Townsend, C. 




CIRCUIT RIDER 



Left to right: K. Laney, C. Craft, N. Cole, E. Mudge. 




This publication is the news- 
letter of the Methodist Student 
Movement. Its purpose is "to in- 
form the community of religious 
activities and to provide a media 
for creative expression." Editor, 
Nancy Cole, and staff cover all the 
current topics of interest to the cam- 
pus. Anyone may contribute. 



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LUTHERAN STUDENT UNION 



SEATED: S. Boo, M. Moore. STANDING: T. Brezinski, G. Walton. 




The Lutheran Student Union is a newly 
formed organization. It centers around the be- 
liefs of the Lutheran Church. The members 
are now working on plans for several programs 
next year. 



NEWMAN CLUB 



FRONT ROW: C. Olivo, M. Barone, C. Garber, D. Pugliese, C. 
Jory. ROW 2: P. Zachari, T. Patrick, J. Sharkey, G. Meyers. ROW 3: 
R. Holleran, B. Marrow, P. Roberts. ROW 4: G. Lyle, T. Nodeau, 
T. Sherry. 



"The function of the Newman Club shall be to deepen the 
spiritual and enrich the temporal lives of its members through 
a balanced program of religious, intellectual and social activi- 
ties". Activities included Communion breakfasts and a talk by 
a missionary from Argentina. The officers were: president, 
Carol Olivo; vice-president, Larry Schwendeman; secretary, 
Carol Jory; and treasurer, Richard Vanmullen. Their advisor 
was Rev. Callahan. 




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RELIGIOUS 

SIGMA THETA EPSILON 




ROW 1: B. Boettner, V. Hamburger, D. Peters, Dr. Coston, K. Foster, R. Lecher. ROW 2: D. Johnson, B. Manning, J. Wagner, 
F. Beorn, D. Lantz, K. Townsend. ROW 3: J. Liddell, H. Fuller, G. Harris, D. Highfield, D. French, M. Peterson. ROW 4: W. 
Gray, K. Driscoll, J. Neil, A. Blood, R. Moeller, D. Bell. ROW 5: M. Hastings, G. Feather, A. Furrer, J. Townly, J. Painter, D. 
Bell. STANDING: W. Link, J. Buchanan. 



The members of Sigma Theta Epsilon try to build 
their program and their daily lives upon the principles 
of Love, Faith, Service, Reverence, and Fellowship. 
Service and social projects for the year were as follows: 
Fall Picnic, S.T.E. -Kappa Phi Hayride, Christmas party 
at Elkins Children's Home, Annual Banquet, S.T.E. - 
Kappa Phi Dance, S.T.E. Car Wash, S.T.E. Annual 



Work Week, National S.T.E. Sunday, and Love Feast 
at the Spring Picnic. 

Officers for the year were: president, Dave Peters; 
vice-president, Kenneth Foster; recording secretary, 
Larry Mallory; treasurer, Victor Hamburger; and 
chaplain Robert Boettner. Advising the group was Dr. 
Herbert Coston. 



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KAPPA PHI 




FRONT ROW: S. Everhart, Mrs. Coston, R. Race, C. Rogers, L. Moran, K. Lawson, L. Evick, C. Trimmer, H. Howard. ROW 2: C. 
Martin, S. Strickland, M. Byrd, C. Holland, B. Todd, E. Metallides, M. Frueh, J. Gordon, R. Kirkland, D. Messenger. ROW 3: 
M. Beard, S. Attleson, C. Noon, H. Gommoll, L. Alexander, S. Ludwig, D. Heaps, S. Wells, C Butts, C. Craft. ROW 4: K. Chap- 
man, J. Knorr, M. Boltz, N. Wolfe, B. Gwynn, D. Morrison, A. Tompson, E. McClain, J. Lucus, B. McCune. ROW 5: P. Thorn, 
J. Roberts, A. Snedeker, B. Depoy, N. Shultz, D. Davies, B. Ambrose, J. Ploof, T. Michaels. ROW 6: E. Moffit, M. McGraw, K. 
Brown, P. Smith, K. Hymen, B. Bias, H. Lin, K. Lim, A. Warmer. ROW 7: B. McRae, S. Davis, C. Clawson, M. Law, R. Smith, 
D. Hamblin, T. Dills, P. Church, P. Davis. 



Kappa Phi is a national organization for college women of Methodist preference devoted to service 
on the campus, in the church, in the community, and in the world. The aim of the club is "Every Meth- 
odist woman in the university world, a growing Christian and an active participant in the church of 
today and tomorrow." 

Service projects of the club consist of sponsoring a Korean War orphan, visitations to shut-ins, baby- 
sitting for the women of the local Methodist church, and stor) hour at the public library. Annual social 
events with Sigma Theta Epsilon include a hayride in the fall and a dance in the spring. 

The club is under the leadership of president, Charkne Rogers, vice-presidents Marlene Hecht and 
Rosalind Race; recording secretary, Linda Moran; corresponding secretary, Linda Evick; treasurer, 
Ellen Jones, and Chaplain, Alice Southworth. 



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RELIGIOUS 
LIFE 



FRONT ROW: B. Miller, T. Brezinski, K. Foster, 
S. Gray, R. Winget. ROW 2: P. Weaver, Dr. Mow, 
Rev. Greiser, M. Peterson. 



The Religious Life Council coordinates religious activities and 
considers policies affecting religious life. This year Pete Weaver spon- 
sored special campus-wide religious activities during Freshman orien- 
tation, Christmas, and Easter. Robert Winget conducted Christian Em- 
phasis Week. Marlene Hecht served as assistant Chaplain in Chapel 
services. Chairman for the group was Dr. Joseph B. Mow, student 
chairman was Ken Foster, and secretary was Sharon Gray. Advisors 
were Janice Johnson, Ralph Grieser, Rev. Fields, and Rev. Kidd. 



The Kris Kringle Kraft Klub collects used 
toys, repairs them, and brightens the Christmas of 
some of the young underprivileged children of 
Buckhannon. It is part of the Methodist Student 
Movement. Its main project is the Christmas Party 
at which the repaired toys are given out to the 
children. Ken Foster is the leader of this service 
group. 



SEATED: R. Rockefeller, C. Evans. STANDING: K. 
Driscoll, J. Wagner, K. Foster, R. Moeller, W. Link. 
Absent are J. Shaver, B. Hunter, M. Coleman, and L. 
Meredith. 




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PSYCHOLOGY CLUB 



The Psychology Club strives to create an active interest 
in the field outside of the classroom for students whose 
interests fall along this line. Student are urged to present 
their own research. Speakers are brought in to serve as 
resource persons for areas of interest and concern. Activities 
and social events this year have included presentation of 
student papers, participation in recreation program organi- 



zation for patients at Weston State Hospital, speakers 
related to various areas of Psychology, a Christmas Party, 
and a club picnic for the last meeting of the year. Officers 
were: president, Dana Cable; vice-president, Hayward Ham- 
rick; secretary, Janet M. Bard; and Treasurer, James Seath. 
Advisor for the group was Professor Herbert Buhler. 




ROW 1: J. Kantorik, S. Irwin, J. Seath, ]. Bard, R. Hammrick, D. Cable. Prof. Nelson. ROW 2: L. Hamlin, D. Clopper, R. Johnson, 
M. Hastings, J. Buchanon, B. Boettner, C. Nesbitt, B. Bond. ROW 3: L. Martisko, L. Elwood, M. Bedow, C. Preset, C. Rogers, F. 
Cook, S. Barnes, J. Junkie. ROW 4: N. Mevry. B. Bond, M. Brill, D. Elderson, C. Beall, L. Fisher, M. Coleman, D. Merrihew. 



SOCIOLOGY CLUB 




SEATED, Left to right: P. Church, S. Dobson, F. 
Cook. STANDING: L. Elwood, R. Smith, M. Bed- 
dow, C Preset, M. Brill, L. Moran, D. Pearce. 



The Sociology Club provides additional in- 
formation in the area of sociology and creates 
an awareness of social problems through active 
participation in college and community ac- 
tivities. The club this year has explored the vast 
field of social work. At the monthly dinner 
meetings, speeches by child welfare workers and 
vocational rehabilitation directors have been pre- 
sented. Films and the personal experiences of 
the students doing social work are discussed. 
The officers included: president, Dave Pearce; 
vice-president, Carole Preset; secretary-treasurer, 
Paula Hockelberg;. and publicity, Charlotte 
Evans. Dr. Henry Shissler was the group ad- 
visor. 



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STANDING. Left to right: L. 
Mallory, R. Lecher, M. Brad- 
ley, E. Johnson, Dr. Mow, D. 
Crook. 




PHILOSOPHY CLUB 

The Philosophy seeks to encourage the spirit of philosophical study and 
the exchange of ideas. It emphasizes the value of voluntary discipline. Some 
of the activities include luncheons where discussion meetings were held, the 
attendance of the West Virginia Philosophical Society Fall Convention at 
Alderson-Broaddus, and hosts of the Spring Convention of the West Virginia 
Philosophical Society. Larry Mallory is the president. 











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Each year many students from foreign 
lands visit our college. We are proud to 
have so many fine people with us. Those 
of us who know these students have 
learned a great deal about other cul- 
tures. Chaplain Davis is the co-ordinator 
of this program exchange. He introduces 
them to our campus and guides them in 
their course of study. 



SEATED: R. Oda, B. Tan, M. Kim. STANDING, Left to right: Y. Hahn, B. 
Anderson, B. Park, L. Emami, T. Chitambar, E. Pumphrey, K. Lim, Dr. Davis, 
W. Lens, U. Lee, H. Lim. 



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BLACKSTONE 
LAW CLUB 

The purpose of this organization is to pro- 
mote interest in the Law and law school. Their 
programs have included several dinner-meet- 
ings and guest speakers. 



SEATED, Left to right: E. Shoemaker, D. Allman. 
STANDING: K. Forsgreen, J. Keys. 



COLLEGIATE COUNCIL OF 
THE UNITED NATIONS 



The basic goal of this group is "to 
obtain a realistic understanding of the 
United Nations and its role in the 
affairs of today's world." Plans for at- 
tending the model General Assembly 
next year are underway. 



SEATED, Left to right, R. Scott, S. Emme, 
J. Cogley. STANDING: T. Steele, W. Mar- 
tin, D. Bell, L. Mallory, M. Golden. 




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SEATED, Left to right: B. Wilhelm, J. Witherite, A. Pugh, T. Rannells, C. Comwell, S. Howard. STANDING, Left to right: 
K. Durrett, D. Ferguson, F. Key, C. Rogers, P. Wass, E. Metallides, P. Zaccari, M. Ice, K. Wamsley. 



4-H CLUB 



Newly formed this year, this group's aim is to work cooperatively with the Upshur County 4-H Clubs 
to build a bigger and better organization. At the organizational meeting, Mr. Dorsey, leader of the state 
4-H groups, spoke. Miss Trudy Rannells is the president. 



SWITZMARK 
SKI CLUB 

The aim of this club is to teach those who 
cannot ski, and for those who can, the club pro- 
vides fun and enjoyment coupled with many 
opportunities for improvement. 

The group took several trips to near-by ski 
resorts, but due to the mild winter we had this 
year, they did not do as many exhibitions as 
usual. This group is open to all who are in- 
terested in the sport. 



SEATED: L. Huss, C Hess, K. Kellett. STAND- 
ING, Left to right: Dr. Mow, R. MacArthur, R. 
Sevell, J. Elliot. W. Bond, F. Biabon. 




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SEATED, FRONT ROW, Left to right: A. Warner, J. Hood, B. Martin, F. Key, S, McFarland, B. McGowan. SEATED, ROW 2: 
Mrs. Walls, Mrs. McAllester, P. Burke, E. Pembroke, M. Scutt, J. White, B. Ambrose, M. Britton, L. Weaver, S. Mathews, P. 
Lowe. SEATED, ROW 3: P. Cutright, D. Ferguson, J. Butzer, T. Dills, S. Steele. STANDING, ROW 3: B. Weilhelm, M. Adams, 
M. Beddow, M. Hansen, G. Lewis, S. Timmons. STANDING, ROW 4: D. Grogsman, S. Howard, R. Rockefellow, J. Knorr, M. 
Smith, N. Morris, G. Bradley, D. Denham, J. Cucinotta, P. Rein, P. Thompson, M. Irwin, M. Bell, M. McGraw, M. Scott, R. 
Poling, M. Courtney, M. Kelly. STANDING, ROW 5: B. Krenzen, G. L'Amoreau, L. Grossman, L. Evick. 



BETTY LAMP CLUB 



Under the direction of president Bonnie Ambrose, the Betty Lamp Club strives toward its goal of promoting and 
interpreting to the students the programs and activities of state and American Home Economics Association. It 
also helps prepare students for membership in professional organizations. The activities of this club include a barbe- 
cue for freshmen, "International Dessert, American Style" for foreign students, and a Homecoming breakfast for 
alumnae in Home Economics. The girls helped give a Merry Christmas to a needy family in Buckhannon this year. 
They also served a very successful waffle breakfast for all students and faculty who wish to attend. Mrs. Walls and 
Mrs. McAllester are the advisors. 

Serving under Bonnie are: Louise Weaver, vice-president, Marilyn Scutt, secretary, Jane White, treasurer. Eileen 
Pembroke, social chairman, Polly Lowe, A.W.S. representative, Marion Brittain and Peggy Burke, publicity co-chair- 
men, and Sue Mathews, historian. 



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STUDENT NURSES OF WESLEY AN 




SEATED, Left to right: R. Conner, M. Erueh, M. Shaw, J. Pruett, L. Reger, M. Gwinn, S. Davis, B. Price, B. Todd, J. Maple, L. 
Roberts, J. Rodgers, K. Sorg. STANDING: K. Hinkle, J. Thomas, L. Martin, Mrs. Cutlip, S. Everhart, J. Heisch, K. Laney, D. 
Messenger, G. Hemphill. 



The purpose of SNOW is to create a sense of individual responsibility among nursing students to deepen 
insight into nurse-patient relationships, to promote professional and social unity among the nursing stu- 
dents, and to prepare the student for membership in the professional organizations after she is a registered 
graduate. 

SNOW was newly formed organized this year and has been quite busy since September. A constitution was 
written and approved. The official cap for the graduates of the Department of Nursing of West Virginia 
Wesleyan College was designed and ordered. The official pin was designed, too. The girls made Christmas 
tree ornaments to earn money for their treasury. Thev also had a dinner for nursing students and faculty. At 
this dinner the graduating seniors presented a skit and a class gift. 

Karen Sorg is the president, with Jane Pruett acting as vice-president, Karen Hinkle as recording secretary, 
Linda Roberts as corresponding secretary, and Sheery VanScov as treasurer. Mrs. Carol Cutlip is the ad- 
visor. 



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SEATED, Left to right: M. Coleman, P. Church, D. Pearce, H. Lin, T. Lewis. STANDING: T. McCelvy, D. Gaither, B. Hackler, 
W. Miller, advisor, P. Wilson, and R. Ellis. 

This is the Central Committee of 

STUDENT SERVICE PROJECT 

The purpose of this newly formed group is to work with the needy and the potential high school drop- 
outs and to show them the importance of getting an education. The group is divided into five areas: big 
brother-big sister program, tutorial, recreation, work with Weston State Hospital, and home management. 

The big brother-big sister and the tutorial sections work directly with both junior and senior high school 
youngsters by giving them encouragement and helping them realize the need for staying in school. The cen- 
tral committee makes the assignments and then leaves it to the individual college student to progress at 
his own speed. 

On Saturday mornings the Student Center is open to all concerned with the program for various kinds of 
activities such as bowling, ping-pong, and pool. They can also go swimming. The service teams which travel 
to Weston busy themselves planning and working with the patients on various recreation projects such as 
team sports and parties. 

The Home Management section is involved in the teaching of meal planning and various sewing and 
cooking skills to the parents of the students involved. Plans such as the hot lunch program for next year are 
under way. The SSP house on Pocohontas street has been the scene of much activity this year. Over one 
hundred Wesleyan students have participated in this new group, founded in 1964. 



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ROW I: M. Bradley, S. Rogers, Prof. Raines, K. Durrett, R. Bruce, ROW 2: D. Byrom, P. Weaver. 



DEBATE CLUB 



Under the direction of Mr. Sam Raines, these students represented Wesleyan at several de- 
bates with other schools. Topics require knowledge of formal speech procedure, world prob- 
lems, and the ability to follow logical arguments. 




YOUNG REPUBLICANS 

This political organization was new 
on campus last year. Its purpose is to 
provide a vehicle through which young 
people interested in good government, 
under Republican principles and candi- 
dates, may become better informed citi- 
zens and future political leaders. One 
of their activities this year was the pub- 
lishing of the paper, "The Young Re- 
publicans." 



SEATED, Left to right: I. Brandt, N. 
Huber, S. Irwin, P. Frye, T. Crouser, 
STANDING: H. Huntington, B. Manning, 
B. Hill, A. Pinkerton, T. Patrick, T. Brezin- 
ski. 



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PLAY SHOP 




FRONT ROW, Left to right: M. Jenkins, R. Moeller. R. Bruce, C. Greiser, R. Iannarone, R. Paulman. SEATED: R. 
Smith, A. Crayton, J. Robinson, C. Green, E. Johnson. ROW J: S. Louis, Mrs. Norvell, C. Holmes, C. Standing, C. 
Ward, J. Bowers, M. Courtney, A. Southworth, G. McKinney, M. Roberts. ROW 4: J. McCams, R. Parrick, P. Weaver, 
D. Rose, W. Burns, J. Smith, D. Crook. 



Membership is open to all students interested in the many phases of drama and the 
theatre. Two major productions each year offer opportunity for all to demonstrate 
his skill and ability. Several one-act plays are also produced, giving those with excep- 
tional ability the chance to direct a production. Dramatic readings also are a part of 
the program. Mrs. Richard Norvell leads the group. 



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STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCATION 
ASSOCIATION 




FRONT ROW, Left to right: L. Lantz, S. Griffith, G. McVay, D. Cline, T. Rannells, K. Bryant, H. Babcock, T. Brezinski, Dr. 
Brown. ROW 2: T. Thomas, M. Moore, D. Hall, W. Brusso, L. Gerrard, S. Abraham, M. Boettcher, S. Underwood. ROW 3: 
P. Strickler, G. Lear, M. Groves, G. L'Amoreaux, J. Basista, K. Johnson, H. Lantz, L. Evick. ROW 4: E. McClain, J. West, B. 
Bucher, L. Bradbury, B. Ambrose, C. Monroe. ROW 5: J. Woodford, M. Waits, J. Watts, C. Harmon, J. Bradford, K. Gottwald, 
D. Atkin. ROW 6: T. Dills, N. Shulta, E. Heineman, E. Lozier, D. Ochs. 



SNEA's four main purposes are to provide personal and professional growth, de- 
velop leadership skills, understand history, ethics, and programs at state and national 
levels, and to participate in professional activities at local, state and national levels. 
This year's officers are: president, Trudy Rannells, first vice-president, Danielle Cline, 
second vice-president, Gretchen McVay, secretary, Karen Bryant, treasurer, Harriet Bab- 
cock, Librarian, Pat Shaw, historian, Evonne Mesologitas, publicity, Tom Brezinski. Dr. 
Lawrence Marinaccio is the advisor. Some of the activities include a fall picnic, the 
SNEA Banquet, and the installation of officers. 



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HOCKEY 

TEAM 



This group is composed of girls 
interested in the sport of hockey. 
It is an inter-collegiate team which 
played such college teams as Davis- 
Elkins, Fairmont, and Glenville. 
They ended up with a 3-3 record 
and several broken noses, bruised 
knees, and skinned elbows. 



SEATED, Left to right: B. Willenbrock. J. Roberts, G. Clark, B. McCallum. KNEEL- 
ING: L. Lantz, P. Zackeri, K. Bettinger. STANDING: Miss Maxwell, K. Greibe, M. 
Cole, S. Reynolds, D. Remmick. Absent members: H. Goheen, J. Hopper, J. Myers, L. 
Wysocki. 



SYNCRONIZED 

SWIMMING 



These girls learned the art of water 
ballet under the direction of Miss Barbara 
Maxwell. They did not put on a water 
aquacade this year, but hope to put their 
skill into practice next year. 




SEATED ON THE EDGE OF THE POOL: P. Davis, J. Bard, R. Carins, 
R. Alberry, B. Willenbrock. ON THE BOARD: N Hiltner, S. Smolenski, 
L. Lant 2 . IN THE WATER: D. Perrin, J. Rapp, W. Bainbridge. 



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THE BAND . . . 



CONCERT 



AND 



The Wesleyan College Band serves as a marching unit during the football season and as a concert organization for 
the remainder of the year. An opportunity is provided for students to participate in the performance of traditional and 
contemporary symphonic band literature. Officers for the year included; president, Jerry Cortese; vice-president, Alice 
Kraffert; librarian, Patricia Wolfe; and property master, Ernest Cebrat. Besides performances and half-time shows at 
the football games, the band marched in the Wesleyan Homecoming Parade, Christmas Band Concert, Winter Band 
Concert and first performance of Wesleyan Panorama by Richard Lawson, commissioned by West Virginia Wesleyan 
College, Concert at Buckhannon-Upshur High School, Concert at Jane Lew High School, Spring Band Concert. Per- 
formance at Commencement rounds out the year's activities for the band. Owen L. West is director of the band. 

The West Virginia Wesleyan College Orchestra provides students an opportunity to participate in the performance 
of serious orchestral literature. The orchestra performs for various social and formal functions within the campus com- 
munity. Occasional programs are rendered in various high schools throughout the central West Virginia area. This 
year the orchestra and choir gave a performance of Vivaldi's "Gloria" at the annual Christmas Concert. Dr. C. Buell 
Agey is the director of the orchestra, librarian is Ernest Cebrat, and the concert mistress is Mary Francis Comly. 



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MARCHING 




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"Then there's always time for leisure reading." 



"First you fill out the pink, green, blue, yellow, white, 
purple, orange, and red forms, and then you can start 
on . . ." 



"Ooh-h-h that's a nice tennis racket.' 



Ah-h-h, mm-h-h, ooh-h-h, uh-h-h 





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"Say, does Mr. Stansbury know they practice in the Social Hall ': 



"Is everyone getting enough of our yummy good 
Saga Food?" 



"Now, as soon as we get this thing aimed at the Ad. Building . . 



"Gee, I wonder who gets to be Queen?" 





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MENC 



Music Educators National Conference 
provides opportunities for students to de- 
velop a practical, realistic picture of the 
music education profession, through partici- 
pation in programs, discussions, demonstra- 
tions, and state, regional and national meet- 
ings of the MENC. It also gives students a 
chance to become acquainted with the lead- 
ers of their profession. Activities have in- 
cluded a trip to Pittsburgh to hear the 
Pittsburgh Symphony, a Christmas party at 
the home of Miss Johnson, Dr. Albin Gil- 
bert spoke to the group on "Music Ther- 
apy", and a telelecture with the producer 
of Leonard Bernstein's "Young People's 
Concerts". Fall term officers were: presi- 
dent, Bonnie Vitez; vice-president, Ron 
Bowers; secretary, Frankie Comly; and treas- 
urer, Harriet Gommoll. Spring term offi- 
cers were: president, Carolyn Evans; vice 
president, Fred Husk; secretary, Sharon 
Strickland; and treasurer, Karen Wamsley. 
Janice Johnson acted as advisor. 




ROW 1: N. Yoengling, M. Cole, A. Kraffert. ROW 2: J. Hennrich, E. Jones, 
Miss J. Johnson, B. Cupp. ROW 3: T. Michael, F. Husk, J. Ploof. 



MUSIC GROUPS 



ROW 1: F. Comly, C. Evans, P. Chaffey, J. Langlais, S. Bishop, Mr. Shafer, 
B. Heifer. ROW 2: E. Byrom, J. Robey, R. Luckey, J. Hennrich, N. Yuengling, 
R. Shindeldecker. 




ORGAN GUILD 



The Guild has again been been very active 
this year. On October 16, eight members and 
Mr. Shafer took a three day organ tour of the 
Washington, D.C., and Baltimore area, which 
included an organ concert by Catherine Crozier 
in Washington, D.C. Mr. Langlais was pre- 
sented in an organ concert and organ master 
class in Loar Auditorium on November 2 and 
3. Officers were: president, Pat Chaffey; sec- 
retary-treasurer, Susan Barnes. Supervising the 
group was Mr. Robert E. Shafer. 



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WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB 




ROW 1: D. Davies, P. Vite, J. Heslip, Ethel Moffort, M. Kim, M. Frueh, R. Shindeldecker, V. Lewis, L. Myers. ROW 2: N. Schultz, 
K. Hyman, N. Cole, S. Griffith, C. Monning, S. Bunker, S. Barnes, K. Murphy, V. Pollins. ROW 3: Miss Johnson, P. Wass, C. 
Crew, C. Craft, J. Lucas, S. Attleson, J. Van Blarcom, C. Reese. 



Founded in 1963, this group of girls get together each week for the mere 
enjoyment of singing. This year they have sung in the 10:00 chapel service. 
They also presented a winter concert and a spring concert in connection with 
the Hyma Glee Club. Miss Janice Johnson is the director. This club is open to 
all girls who enjoy singing and who appreciate music. 



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HYMA GLEE CLUB 




ROW 1: R. Culp, H. Holt, Claire Oakley, director, L. Vartan, R. Phillips, R. Hansen, C. Shepard, F. Helt, B. Smith. ROW 2: 
P. Click, L. Emami, D. Schofield, R. Thomas, E. Shoemaker, J. Patterson, D. Faust, F. Bialon, D. Short, F. Klintworth. ROW 3: 
R. Long, J. Wilson, J. Oluszah, J. Haine, C. Edgar, B. Sevell, W. Kelsey, J. Russo, B. Exley, J. Pruett, R. Schullen", J. Seath, C. 
Snyder, L. Walters, V. Bennett. ROW 4: A. Lingo, N. Bryan, R. Chamberlain, H. Willey, J. Howes, J. Johnson, J. Pape, H. Buzzard, 
J. Funk, G. Christ, J. Elliot, M. Mittnacht, D. Carpenter, S. Lantz, N. Lygoumenos. 



The Hyma Glee Club provides an opportunity for 
the male members of West Virginia Wesleyan College 
to enjoy singing. It is hoped that through this provision 
there will be a stimulation of school spirit on the cam- 
pus, and a promotion of activity-cohesiveness in the 
college. 



Officers of the Fall Semester were: president, Wayne 
Backus; secretary-treasurer, Hugh Buzzard; public rela- 
tions and business manager, Jack Little. The Spring 
Semester officers were: president, Jim Russo; secretary- 
treasurer, Hugh Buzzard; public relations and business 
manager, Haines Holt. Director is Claire Oakley. 



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STANDING, Left to right: J. Keith, S. Davis, C. Heatwole, R. Cooper, S. Bishop, B. Spitzer, J. Daugherty, J. Knorr. 
ROW 2: M. Law, W. Lunstead, A. Kraffert, J. Wagner, R. Winget, E. Jones, D. Bell, B. Cupp, D. Highfield, R. 
Luckey. ROW 3: S. Dobson, L. Herring, K. Schwartz, L. Wilson, C. Evans, H. Stowe, E. Bridges, K. Jennings, D. Holt, J. 
Hennrich, P. Chaffey, S. Strickland. ROW 4: S. Howard, E. Crissman, W. Moore, R. Crook, R. Johnson, R. Bowers, 
S. Gutekuntz, E. Byrom, J. Everhart, A. Southworth, C. Allen. 



WEST VIRGINIA WESLEYAN TOUR CHOIR 



This group of singing students is selected from the regular Chapel Choir to 
tour some section of the United States, giving a series of concerts along the way. 
This year the group had a spring tour which took them into parts of Kentucky 
and Tennessee. They also gave several concerts in churches in the surrounding 
areas. 



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TENORS 




ROW I: J. Wagner, D. Bell, E. Bridges. ROW 2: D. Holt, R. Crook, R. Bowers, 
R. Yule. 



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ROW 1: S. Davis, J. Bechtel, R. Oda, C. Heatwole, S. 
Bishop, B. Butcher, J. Daugherty, S. Mathews. ROW 2: 
M. Hatch, K. Schwartz, A. Kraffert, L. Herring, K. 
Wamsley, J. Hennrich, M. Comly. ROW 3: L. Wilson, 
N. Creel, E. Crisman, S. Howard, P. Wass, C. Allen, 
S. Strickland. 



CHOIR 



ROW 1: G. Ames, W. Lunstead, R. 
Winget, D. Clark. ROW 2: H. 
Stowe, P. Mazulio, D. Highfield, 
G. Gray, J. Blackadar. ROW 3: 
W. Moore, R. Johnson, S. Gute- 
kunst, J. Everhart, E. Byrom, J. 
Bruer. 



ROW 1: C. Standing, R. Roberts, 
R. Cooper, B. Spitzer, J. Keith, 
K. Gottwald. ROW 2: C. Trimmer, 
S. Peaper, E. Jones, B. Cupp, R. 
Luckey, J. Knorr. ROW 3: S. Dob- 
son, J. Bard, C. Evans, K. Jennings, 
A. Southworth, P. Chaffey, M. 
Law. 



SOPRANOS 



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"Come on 77, I know you can do it." 



"Honey, wake up. The game is over." 



"May I have this dance? 



"Wesleyan's answer to Lloyd Bridges?" 





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'Now, either you smile, young man, or get out of the picture." 



"Hey, are you sure I need this much powder?' 





"Mh-h-h." 



"Ruff, I wish I could see that darn scoreboard.' 




"Daddy, I wanta be a majorette.' 



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"And if you call 
me the Queen of 
Sheba once more 



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"Maybe next year, son.' 




"Now this here's a long, tall 
fishing rod." 



"Yeah, and I'm a 
long, tall Texan." 



"And then that big old meany took the ball away from 
me." 






'I know, you're the Easter Bunny.' 



"But honey you're too young.' 




"Well, jump. Doggone it!" 




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Wesleyan's athletics are not to be excluded in the expansion 
and growth of the college. Such sports as swimming, soccer and 
girls' hockey have been added recently to the list of regular 
inter-collegiate activities. With more athletics coming into 
existence at Wesleyan, many more students participate in at 
least one sport. Because of the added number of sports, each 
student has an opportunity to engage in the sport that interests 
him or her most. 






SPORTS 










REGULATIONS 

MINIMUM AGE:6 VPS. 
NO SWIMMING WITH- 
OUT LIFEGUARD 
NO STREET SHOES 
NO RUNNING 
NO HORSEf 
NO 5M0KIN r 

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FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Coach Wm. Pugh, T. Newman, C. Sheppard, L. Walter, J. Colan, T. DeWolf, D. Schaffner, N. Schoffield, 
B. SevelJ, T. McKelvey, G. Hershman, Coach H. Ellis. SECOND ROW: G. Hiser, C Snyder, D. Drenning, J. Schneeman, R. Dorr, J. 
McFarlin, J. Johnson, T. Shira, K, Ryan, J. Oluszak, Athletic Director D. Reemsnyder, THIRD ROW: Graduate Assistant L. Mont- 
gomery, Coach J. Myers, Wm. Lyons, J. Ross, F. Taylor, B. Hill, D. Kessler, G. Lyle, J. Getty, T. Patrick, Wm. Reger, B. McGinnis, D. 
Petro, Wm. Garrett. FOURTH ROW: C. Newman, C. Munson, D. Watson, T. Chadwick, A. Panaia, R. DiCola, M. Mollendick, T. 
Swarr, W. Janczewski, R. Carpenter, Publicity Director P. Erwin. FIFTH ROW: Manager B. Blankenship, M. Burle, G. Bossow, 
D. Hornbeck, G. Lynch, J. Sharkey, L. Vasilko, S. Stewart, B. Gettemy, N. DiPietro, Manager J. Hopkinson, Manager J. Rail. 



FOOTBALL 

1964 



The 1964 football campaign was one of heartaches for the Bobcats of 
Coach Bill Pugh. The Bobcats finished the season with a record of four 
wins and four defeats with three of the four losses coming in the last two 
minutes of the game. Even with these heartaches, the boys led by eleven 
seniors played good hard football throughout the entire season and 
ptovided the fans with many exciting moments. 



Wesleyan 7 

Wesleyan 14 

Wesleyan 28 

Wesleyan 15 

Wesleyan ,i6 

Wesleyan 14 

Wesleyan 7 

Wesleyan 38 



32 Westminister (Pa.) 

20 Fairmont 

6 Salem 

6 Glenville 

20 West Liberty 

W. Va. Tech 

12 Albion (Mich.) 

6 Geotgetown (Ky.; 



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Jack Johnson takes a screen pass to gain some valuable yards against W. Va. Tech. 




Nick DiPietro scores against W. Va. Tech. 



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Tim Swarr has a pass batted away in Wesleyan's Homecoming battle with West 
Liberty. 



Co-Captain Ted DeWolf 




Co-Captain Dave Schaffner 




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Senior John McFarlin 



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Senior Ray Dorr 



"Wish I could 'Yelp' them.' 



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The Bobcats' defense proves tough for Albion 
Jack Johnson follows the pack to another good gain. 




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Senior Norm.in Schof ield 



Senior Lee Walters 




Senior Bob Sevell 



Dave Hornbeck gets 
good protection from 
the Bobcat line as he 
unleashes another aer- 
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Milt Mollendick makes a stop against Tech. 




Nick DiPietro makes his placement good. 




"Shall we do the 

Strawberry Waltz?" 

Dennis Drenning and Dave Schaffner bring down a West Liberty ball 
carrier. 




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CROSS COUNTRY 
1964 



The Wesleyan Harriers had another losing sea- 
son this year with a record of no wins and seven 
defeats. In the West Virginia State Conference, they 
placed a disappointing last place. 



Wesleyan 39 

Wesleyan 39 

Wesleyan 38 

Wesleyan 39 

Wesleyan 40 

Wesleyan 38 

Wesleyan 69 



16 Fairmont 

18 Waynesburg 

17 Fairmont 

16 Marietta 

15 Marietta 

17 West Liberty 

15 West Virginia 




Duke Marraccini comes down the 
home stretch. 



FRONT ROW, Left to Right: J. Chisholm, D. Byron, D. Kugner, N. Richards, P. Marroccini. SECOND ROW, 
Left to Right: Coach D. Reemsnyder, L. Thomas, R. Patchen, J. Williams, L. Martisko. 







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We can catch up with them if we cut across here. 




Richard Cole 



Norvin Richards and Dave Mclntire 



Les Martisko 





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FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Coach J. Myers, D. Leonard, G. Martin, R. Bianchi, G. Klebez, R. Schulleri, J. 
Hunter. SECOND ROW: J. Montoya, G. Francis, L. Miller, P. Myers, C Dilly, C. Snyder, D. Thatcher. THIRD 
ROW: J. Prout, G. Marvin, C Quarto, T. Terry, J. Maltese, H. Huntington, Manager J. Baird. FOURTH ROW: 
P. Roberts, J. Cummings, D. Ambrose, J. Benton, J. Barefoot, M. Charterton, J. Parker. 



SOCCER 

1964 



The 1964 Soccer team had a winning 
season with a record of four wins and three 
defeats. Two of their three defeats came at 
the hands of West Virginia University. The 
Bobcats won the West Virginia State Con- 
ference title for the first time in its soccer 
history. 



Wesleyan 2 

Wesleyan 2 

Wesleyan 3 

Wesleyan 

Wesleyan 4 

Wesleyan 2 

Weslyean 3 



4 West Virginia 

3 Fairmont 

2 Davis-Elkins 

3 West Virginia 

1 Fairmont 

1 Davis-Elkins 

1 Frostburg 




Coach Myers and a few of his players talk the situation over. 



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Gary Martin hustles to get a loose ball. 




Ralph Bianchi makes anothe 




"Has anyone found that contact yet?" 



Tom Terry moves the ball against W. V. U. 




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Tom Terry scores against West Virginia University. 




Coach Myers gives a few pointers at the half. 
"Come and get it boys! " 





BASKETBALL 

1964-1965 



Fred Suder scores against West Liberty 



They went that-a-way! 




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FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Coach F. Ellis, C. Miller. M. Funk, F. Suder (Captain), M. Reeves, D. Kane, Ass't. Coach Wm. 
Pugh. SECOND ROW, Left to Right: J. Pruett, D. Drenning, D. Butcher, T. Rich— > «= 
THIRD ROW, Left to Right: T. Eakin, D. Pitcher, L. Mill"' t " ■ 





Terry Bishop grabs a rebound against West Liberty. 



Fred Suder scores against A.B. 



i t D r „f.n look on. 




Fred Suder sinks a foul shot. 




The Bobcats leave for a road trip. 



Micky Reeves tips for a basket. 




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SWIMMING 



Wesleyan's swimming team finished its season with 
a record of 5 wins and 4 losses. In the conference the 
swimmers placed second. 



Coach J. Myers, Captain C. Hulslander, P. Roberts, B. Bond, G. Klebez, R. Klebez, W. Cordero, N. Richards, B. Lincomb, D. Thatcher, 
R. VanMullen, B. Miller, B. Roland, T. DeWiof, N. TerlaakPoot, W. Edwards, G. Francis, J. Coach, R. Lasich. 




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Ted DeWoIf makes a turn in the five hundred meters. 



The Bobcats get off to a good start in the medley relay. 




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Hey — Slow down ! 




The Bobcats win a big one. 



Richie Klebez swimming the butterfly. 




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Left to Right: C. Quarto, L. Harris, Wm. House, D. Palmer, R. Stewart, K. Maloney, S. 

Grubb, R. Van Mullen, Coach J. Myers. 



GOLF 



Coach Myers and Captain Maloney 




Wesleyan's golfers finished the season with a 
good record of 22 wins and 8 losses. The golfers 
also placed 5th in the conference. 



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Bob Stewart goes for distance. 




Richard Van Mullen goes for the green with an iron. 





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Ken Maloney drives down the fareway. 



Charlie Quarto gets good wood on the hall. 



Lyn Harris tries for par. 



Bob Stewart lines up a putt. 




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FIRST ROW, Left to Right: R. Dunham, R. Cole, B. Chapman, B. Byers. SECOND ROW, Left to Right: J. McFarlin, 
B. Bond, R. Schisler, Coach Reensnyder. 



TENNIS 

1965 



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Captain McFarlin and Coach Reemsnyder 



Bill Phillips returns a high shot 



Rich Cole shows cood form on a forehand shot 




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Bill Phillips tries hard to make a return. 



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Bill Phillips hits a good backhand. 



Rick Schisler returns a net shot. 



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Brent Chapman concentrates on a return. 



laying doubles. 




Larry Buyers hopes his shot will make it. 




BASEBALL 1965 



Wayne Olexa hurls against Tech. 



The Bobcats make the put-out on a Tech runner. 




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FIRST ROW, Left to Right: J. Williams, R. Holland, D. Ranson, B. Nye, C. O'Hagan, J. Johnson. SECOND ROW, Left to Right: 
Coach Hank Ellis, R. Willey, T. Terry, A. May, B. Ritchie, L. George. THIRD ROW, Left to Right: L. R. Carpenter, R. Klebetz, 
W. Olexa, B. Weichand, Mgr. W. Edwards. 




Captain Ranson, Coach Ellis, Captain Nye 



Rick Carpenter rounds third and heads for home. 



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A Bobcat has a close call at first. 




A good stretch produces an out for the Bobcats. 



Jerry May gets a base hit against Tech. 




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BASEBALL 1965 

The Bobcat baseball team ended the season with an 8-11 record. 
They placed fifth in the conference. Jack Johnson made the first team 
All-Conference team and Little Ail-American. 



Wesleyan 


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Ohio University 


Wesleyan 


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West Liberty- 


Wesleyan . 


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West Liberty 


Wesleyan 
Wesleyan 


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Concord 
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Glenville 


Wesleyan 


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Fairmont 


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Catcher Rick Carpenter chases a loose ball. 



A Bobcat takes a good cut at the ball. 




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FIRST ROW, Left to Right: R. Leonard, F. Helt, T. DeWolf, R. Yockel, P. Marraccini, C. Snyder, C. Miller, T. Eakin, T. Shira. 
SECOND ROW, Left to Right: J. Dyrenforth, Coach Bill Pugh, B. Lyons, J. Schneeman, M. Mullendick, J. Patterson, T. Swarr, D. 
Thatcher. THIRD ROW, Left to Right: T. Davis, G. Bossow, T. Harris, C. Myers, D. Kuzner, D. Kestner, Mgr. D. Hopkinson. 







W.V.I.A.C. 

TRACK 

CHAMPIONS 

1965 



Bobcats Nick DiPietro and Craig Myers get a good 
start against Marettia in the 100 yard dash. 



Winning the West Virginia Inter-collegiate 
Conference track title has almost become a habit 
with the West Virginia Wesleyan college squad 
coached by William Pugh. The Bobcats won 
the title for the third straight year this season, 
taking first place in the conference meet with 
IOII/2 points at West Liberty State College. 
They closed the season with a 9-2 record and 
have a 23-5 record for the past three seasons. 

The Bobcat thinclads won seven first places, 
two second places, and placed men in five other 
events in gaining the championship. 

School records were set by Paul Marriccini in 
the 120 yard high hurdles, by Tom Eakin in the 
220 yard low hurdles, by the 880 yard relay- 
team, by the mile relay team and by James 
Schneeman in the shot and discus. 



State record holder Jim Schneeman heaves the shot 
for the Bobcats during the season. 





Doug Thatcher gets a good jump against Marietta. 





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Captain Yockel, Coach Pugh, and Captain Marraccini. 



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Tom Eakin clears the bar in the high jump. 







Terry Shira goes over the bar in the pole vault. 




Charlie Snyder heaves the discs. 



Terry Shira adds some points in a 4fl 

Bobcat victory. 




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MEN'S 
INTRAMURALS 



The intramural program at Wesleyan gives everyone 
interested a chance to participate in athletics. Paul 
Marraccini and Bill Phillips were the 1964-65 pro- 
gram directors. The year was full of many interesting 
and close contests. We at Wesleyan feel that our intra- 
mural program is a vital part of campus life, and that 
our program is an important link in keeping physically 
fit. 



Fred Suder goes high to catch a pass. 




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Another run crosses the plate for the Theta Xi Softball champions. 



Nick Edinger hurls for Theta Xi. 




B:uce Barth makes a nice catch for the champs. 



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Basketball action in men's intramurals. 
Victory is sweet ! T ° tne moon ! 




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Basketball action in women's intramurals. 



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I hope it goes in. 



The girls get a pep talk before the game. 



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WOMEN'S 
INTRAMURALS 




No! That's a tackle you're throwing to. 



The girls suiting-up for a game 



Can't anyone hold on to the ball ? 





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With each passing year, Wesleyan finds another activity 
that is gradually becoming a tradition of the college. Recently 
added to the list is the Awards' Assembly, which is held once 
in the fall and once in the spring to recognize and award stu- 
dents outstanding in a certain area. 

Among Wesleyan's traditions are: Freshman Week, Home- 
coming, Winter at Wesleyan, Murmurmontis Queen and 
Graduation. 



TRADITIONS 




HERE COME THE FRESHMEN 




Orientation begins as armloads of cloth- 
ing and equipment are hauled to the 
rooms. 



Freshmen enter West Virginia Wesleyan College in a whirl- 
wind of orientation called Freshman Week. This is a time when 
new students are able to adjust to their new surroundings and to 
each other. This week is filled with varied activities such as a pic- 
nic, a freshman and campus mixer, testing, and famed beanies. 

Although, near the end, registration is one of the most memor- 
able parts of the week. Many hours are spent poring over schedules 
and receiving class cards. 

All these things aid in helping us become a part of the new 
life at Wesleyan. 




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A picnic to remember. 





A young passer-by surveys the dorm Homecoming decorations for 
Agnes Howard Hall. 



Fun . . . Rigorous . . . Enjoyable . . . Silly . . . Heartwarming 
Enlightening . . . Nervous . . . Freshmen! 




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HOMECOMING 

1964 



The festivities of Homecoming 1964 begin with the 
Queen's Coronation. Immediately following is a reception 
for students, alumni and guests. The week-end continues 
at a steady pace with a parade, picnic, football game, and 
open house. The student and alumni dances on Saturday 
night climax the week-end. A Sunday afternoon Hooten- 
anny brings the week-end to a close. 



Before the parade begins, Polly Lowe takes her position on the 
Alpha Xi Delta float. 





Rosemary Decateur smiles a happy smile after being crowned 
Wesleyan's Homecoming Queen for 1964. 

During the parade, Senior attendants Karen Jennings and 
Alice Crayton wave friendly hellos. 




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Wesleyan's Marching Band exhibits a variety of thoughts, emotions, and facial expressions as it proceeds down College Avenue 
during the Homecoming Parade. 

The Kappa Alpha House displays festive decorations for Homecoming Weekend. 




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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Senior, Alice Crayton; Senior, Queen Rosemary Decateur, Senior, Karen Jennings. SEC- 
OND ROW: Junior, Karen Delbrugge, Senior, Lois Bradbury; Senior, Judy Lemon; Freshman, Carol Dimling; and Sopho- 
more, Katy O'Brien. 




At Left, the Queen and her Senior attendants: FRONT ROW, Left 
to Right: Alice Crayton, Queen Rosemary Decateur, Karen Jennings. 
BACK ROW: Lois Bradbury and Judy Lemon. 



Below: The Queen and her court greet the guests at the Reception 
following the Coronation. 




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At a crucial time, Jerry Colan asks Roger Yockel to help him with a problem. 




Left to Right: Karen Sorg, Ronald Patchen, Susan Matthews, Janet West, Elaine Buderer, and Carol Boehle. Driving: Dave 
Hulslander and Srewart Myers. 




Adding to the festivities of Wesleyan's 

Homecoming, the various organizations on 

campus make their contributions toward its 
success. 



The Alumni House displays an educational but 
festive decoration. 




The Alpha Delta Pi's win first place with — 
"OCTOPI the End Zone" 



"POP the TOPPERS" first place Theta Xi House Decorations 




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Sue Barnes proudly displays the first place trophy which was presented to the women of Jenkins Hal 



An important part of May Weekend is the sing which was held out in front of the library 
this year. Eleven groups participated in the competition. The coronation of the Queen also 
took place at this time. 



First place in the Men's division went to Theta Xi Fraternity directed by Dennis Holt. 





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Second place in the May Sing competition went to Agnes Howard. Their director, Janie Daugherty received the trophy for the best 
women's director. 




The second place trophy in the men's division went to Theta Chi Fraternity. Their director, Jim Wilson, received the trophy for the 
best male director. 



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Coach Pugh presents the football awards. 



The first recognition assembly of the year 1964-65 
was held in Atkinson Chapel. Awards were presented 
for such activities as fall sports and the recognition of 
various committees. Boys chosen for Omicron Delta 
Kappa were tapped at this time. 



The Campus Center Board receiving recognition. 



RECOGNITION 
ASSEMBLY 





Pete Weaver being tapped for Omicron 
Delta Kappa. 



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Souvenirs of a cold seat 



WINTER AT WESLEY AN 



Winter brings the snow, and lots of it! 
From these crisp white scenes an apprecia- 
tion for quiet beauty develops, along with a 
chance to express a natural yearning for 
fun. 




Wesleyan's snow covered grounds are used to their best advantage. 



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This scene and others like it bring out respect for the beauty of snow and its 
creations. 




The sun comes out and it's muddy footprints in the halls for a few days. 
. . . and it's more fun in the snow. 




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Hay 20th ,1965. 



Murmurmontis Queen for 1965 is Miss 
Sharon Schroder, nominated by Alpha Xi Delta 
Sorority. Sharon is an Elementary Education 
major from Sparta, New Jersey. She is an active 
member in the sorority, presiding as both the 
Social Chairman and the Scholarship Chairman. 



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Queen Hera and King Zeus receive their trophies. 



GREEK WEEK 



One of the traditional events of Wesleyan's Greek Week is the crowning of King Zeus 
and Queen Hera. This year couples were nominated from each Sorority and Fraternity. The 
winning couple was Susan Castiller, an Alpha Gamma Delta and Ed Shoemaker, a mem- 
ber of the Kappa Alpha Order. 

The crowning of the King and Queen was ah exciting beginning of a weekend of 
festivities. 




The tug of war teams are spurred on by the crowd. 



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Ross Field was the scene of the annual 
Greek Week events participated in by 
each of the Greek-Letter organizations on 
campus. 

These were such events as a swimming 
meet in the morning, relay races, a balloon 
shaving contest, an egg throwing contest, 
and a centipede race. 



Swimming events include a sweatshirt relay 




Lora Holman, Marian Brittain, and Susan Reynolds jump the hurdles for the women's division. 




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The men's division of the three-legged race. 




Swimming events include a penny hunt at the bottom of the pool. 



Preparations are made for the balloon shaving contest. 




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Jim Schneeman and Ralph Bianchi look on as the boy's relay nears the finish line. 

Competition was strong in all of the Greek Week events. The final points were added up 
and the results were announced at the Greek Week dance held in the social hall of the student 
center. 

First and second place trophies for the girls went to Alpha Delta Pi and Zeta Tau Alpha 
respectively. First place in the boy's competition went to Theta Chi Fraternity. Second place 
went to Theta Xi. 

Lee Miller devours his pie while others look on. 




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The annual sockless feet come early this year 



President Martin participates in Greekweek festivities by igniting the torchbearer's 
flame. 



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May Queen 




May Queen Karen Jennings is crowned by Pat Lattore. 



One of the main events of the May Weekend is the crown- 
ing of the May Queen. This year was no exception. The Queen 
was crowned Friday evening at the May Sing. Karen and her 
court were then serenaded by the groups participating in the 
sing. 



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An aerial view of the May Sing 



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Queen Karen begins her reign 



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Parents and visitors watch as the seniors walk down "their walk" for the last time. 



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Everyone stands to sing the Alma Mater. 



Graduation 1965 



Parents and visitors of Wesleyan students watch more than two 
hundred seniors receive diplomas from Dr. Stanley H. Martin, 
May 30, 1965. Many ambitions lie in the minds of the new grad- 
uates; marriage, graduate school, military service, employment. 
Whatever the desires of these people may be, everyone wishes 
the best of luck to the graduating class of 1965. 



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