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ALMA MATER 



ACTIVITIES 



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OBITER- 1968 



ACADEMIC 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



ATHLETICS 



FRATERNITIES 



STUDENTS 



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INDEX 



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Bloomsburg State College 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 





Far above the river winding 
Midst the mountains grand 











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Stands our college, dear to students 
Far throughout the land 



Far and wide though we may wander 
Still our hearts are true 





To our hilltop Alma Mater 
We our pledge renew. 







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Ever seaward Susquehanna 
Never resting flows— 








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Ever onward, striving, climbing 
Onward Bloomsburg goes. 



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Bloomsburg, Bloomsburg, Bloomsburg College 
Up on College Hill 

Years to come shall find us ever 
True to Bloomsburg still. 







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ACTIVITIES 

Editor: Toni Matulis 






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FRESHMAN 
ORIENTA TION 



Orientation this year was composed of many 
of the "tried and true" methods of indoctrinating 
frosh, along with several entirely new ones. The 
orientation committee, faculty members, and res- 
ident advisors initiated a series of small group 
meetings held each morning for discussions re- 
garding all facets of college life at Bloomsburg. 
"Las Vegas Night", a successful, new event, took 
place in Centennial Gymnasium. Students gam- 
bled with play money, and at the end of the 
night, prizes were given to the freshmen with the 
most money. The traditional dinks and name 
signs were worn again this year, and freshmen 
were asked to perform various stunts for the ty- 
ranical committeemen. But at the end of the 
week, the freshmen avenged themselves with the 
customary retribution of shaving cream, mud, 
eggs and flour. 




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HOMECOMING 





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Gail Bower 
Homecoming Queen 



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The Bloomsburg campus turned "Mardi Gras" for 
Homecoming 1967. A pep rally and bonfire got the 
events underway on Thursday night, October 12. Final- 
ists for Homecoming Queen were aimounced. Friday 
evening Dionne Warwick entertained at a concert in the 
gym. Gail Bower, a junior representing the Bloomsburg 
Players, was crowned Homecoming Queen. Despite a dis- 
mal rain, the parade on Saturday morning went on as 
planned. The Honorable Fred H. Hobbes attended as a 
special guest. The State Police mounted horse color guard 
and the Irem Temple Shriners String Band highlighted 
the parade. 

Saturday afternoon, the Huskies faced their rivals from 
West Chester State College on the gridiron. Open house 
was held in the residence halls after the game for alumni 
and friends. Saturday's festivities were concluded with an 
all-college dance featuring the "Rhythm Aces". At inter- 
mission, the float awards were announced with first prize 
going to Sigma Iota Omega. The freshman house decora- 
tion prize went to Jeff"erson House. 

A picnic and informal dance were held on Sunday af- 
ternoon. That evening the College Choir entertained with 
a Pops Concert, terminating the four days of Home- 
coming activities. The New Orleans spirit faded into the 
background, but it still remains part of our memories. 




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BLOOMSBURG 
PLA YERS 
PRESENT . . . 



The quality of student drama reached an all- 
time high this year at Bloomsburg. Visit to a 
Small Planet, Gore Vidal's amusing comedy, was 
performed in October with Bruce Hopkins in the 
lead part. Tom Keams and Bud Walsh took the 
lead roles in the December mystery. Catch Me If 
You Can. In early spring, Bonnie Komgold, a 
high school junior was cast to play Anne Frank 
in the Players' production of The Diary of Anne 
Frank. Trouble in Tahiti and The Devil and Dan- 
iel Webster were the two light operas which were 
presented as part of the Spring Arts Festival. 




SPECIAL CAMPUS GUESTS 




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During the course of this academic year several special 
guests visited the campus. To avoid a depressing lull in 
social activity. Bufiy Sainte-Marie was contracted to give 
a concert in Haas Auditorium on the week-end after 
Homecoming. Albert Burke gave a lecture about educa- 
tion in November, and later that day he led an informal 
discussion on world affairs in Waller lobby, attracting 
several hundred students. Thousands of students waited 
in Haas Auditorium on February 6 to hear Vincent Price 
speak about art appreciation. Although he was late in ar- 
riving, students agreed that he was well worth it; they re- 
ceived him enthusiastically. Afterwards, he visited with 
the art students for a discussion and critique of their 
work. Jay and the Techniques were the featured perform- 
ers during Winter Week-end. And Yulbet and Hendra, 
an Enghsh comedy team, performed in Haas in March. 




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JANUARY 
GRADUATION 



January 25, 1968 was a beautiful winter day, clear and 
crisp, and it will be remembered by many seniors as a mile- 
stone in their lives. Commencement exercises were held 
in the new Haas Auditorium for the first time. One 
hundred and twenty-nine bachelor degrees were granted, 
and 1 1 masters degrees. John K. Tabor, Pennsylvania 
Secretary of Internal Affairs was the guest speaker. 



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MOCK REPUBLICAN CONVENTION 





Initially conceived by the social science department 
during the summer of "67", the idea of a mock political 
convention was introduced to our college for this impor- 
tant presidential year. 

The key to the entire program was the scheduling of an 
important speaker. The department was able to obtain 
the Honorable Gerald F. Ford, minority leader of the 
United States House of Representatives, for March 16, 
1968. On this basis, the date of the convention was 
established. 

The steering committee, however, felt that a conven- 
tion with no preliminary speeches or rallies would not 
serve as an accurate representation of an actual political 
convention. With this in mind, a series of pre-convention 
activities were arranged which included state meetings for 
dissemination of information and the formation of strate- 
gy. Friday afternoon, March 15, E. John Bucci, public 
opinion pollster, and James Reichley, former legislative 
assistant to Governor Scranton, and associate editor of 
Fortune Magazine, participated in a seminar on "The 
Republican Prospects in 1968". Later that evening, Craig 
Truax, former state Republican chairman, former Secre- 
tary of the Commonwealth, and legislative assistant to 
the majority leader of the Pennsylvania General Assem- 
bly, held a pre-convention rally. With this program, 1,333 
pseudo-delegates were attracted from 15 different 
colleges. 




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Tne weekend of March 15 was no ordinary weekend 
for those who were a part of the activity in Centennial 
Gymnasium. Students took part in an educational experi- 
ence so keyed with emotion that most of them were una- 
ware that they were learning about an important phase 
of our government. 

Comments were made to the effect that it was as reahs- 
tic as it could possibly be. All of the essentials were there 
—accurate decorations and physical lay-out, multiple roll 
calls, platform presentation and the ensuing fight, poll- 
ing of delegations and demonstrations. 

To the amazement of all, an amendment was pro- 
posed from the floor for the party platform, stating that 
the draft would be abohshed. A roll call vote defeated 
the proposal 770 to 563. The contest itself was a heated 
one, with the presidential nomination going to Governor 
Nelson A. Rockefeller on the second ballot, and the vice 
presidential slot going to Governor Ronald Reagan on 
the first ballot. For everyone who attended, the B.S.C. 
Mock Republican Convention of 1968 will be remem- 
bered as a unique and enjoyable experience. 





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GREEK WEEK 



The first annual Greek Week was held March 31 
through April 3. The activities for this special week were 
conceived and planned by the Inter-fraternity and Inter- 
sorority Councils. On Sunday night many gifted students 
were spotlighted during Talent Night in Carver Audito- 
rium. A marathon race on the terrace outside Husky 
Lounge preceded a concert by the Temptations and 
Chuck Jackson and his Sextet on Monday evening. 

On Tuesday, chariot races were held in the center of 
campus. Thela Gamma Phi won the sorority race, and 
Phi Sigma Xi was the victor in the fraternity race despite 
Bob Wynne's fortitude on behalf of Beta Sigma Delta 
when his "chariot" fell apart. 

The finale of Greek Week focused on a Gymnastics 
Night on Wednesday which was followed by an all-col- 
lege dance from 10:00 P.M. to 1:00 A.M. In conjunction, 
the A.R.W. sponsored a very successful money-making 
project, "Penny Night". Resident women were permitted 
to remain out until 2:00 A.M. if a penny was paid for 
each minute past midnight. 

As an anti-climax, the resident men stormed the wom- 
en's dormitories on Thursday night in a second unsuc- 
cessful attempt at a panty raid. Dean Hunsinger and the 
campus guards nervously stood by while Dean Jackson 
and the Head Residents guarded the doors from the in- 
side. Complications arose when girls in Waller, East, and 
West Halls set oft' fire alarms. The anxious co-eds 
streamed to the doors. The men got ready to charge in- 
side. And the Head Residents determinedly stood their 
ground. Greek Week proved itself to be one of the social 
highlights of the spring semester. 






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Spring 

Arts 

Festival 



Bloomsburg's annual attempt to dis- 
burse culture to the masses—the Spring 
Arts Festival— began on April 4 with an ex- 
hibition of paintings and sculpture by Jo- 
seph A. Smith. A creative writers' con- 
ference featured lectures and readings by 
Maurice Valency, a critic, Stanley Kunitz, 
a prize winning poet, and Peter Taylor, a 
writer. The Bloomsburg Players and the 
Concert Choir presented two light operas, 
"Trouble in Tahiti" and "The Devil and 
Daniel Webster". The New York Pro Mus- 
ica performed in Haas Auditorium on 
April 30 and a contemporary dance con- 
cert was given by students from East 
Stroudsburg State College on May 3. 



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Miss Northeastern Pennsylvania 

Becky Ward, Miss Northeastern Pennsylvania 1967 
Crowns Her Successor, Gail Bower. 



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Phyllis Repp 
Laurel Princess 



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Junior Prom 



"Three Coins in the Fountain" was the theme of the Ju- 
nior Prom held bv the class of 1969 on May 3 at the Blooms- 
burg Moose Club. Class president. Frank Mastrianni, an- 
nounced that Phyllis Repp was chosen 1968 Laurel Prin- 
cess. Phyllis, an elementary education psychology major 
from Allentown. Pennsylvania, was crowned by her escort, 
Ed MacKay. The juniors who made up her court were Deb- 
bie Jones, Nancy Strauss. Karen Dowse, Becky Ward, Ka- 
ren Pierson and Kathy Dagger. 




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Voices Of Student Dissent 



This year student opinion crystallized in a number of 
constructive but often controversial ways. The most prom- 
inent of these were the appearance of SURGE, The Gadfly, 
and policy revisions by the ARW, The Association of Resi- 
dent Women. 

The Gadfly published its first issue on September 29, 1967. 
The lead article was a "China Report", the first in a series of 
satires on policies and personahties of the administration of 
the college. Before the newspaper had printed its last issue 
of the year, it had published articles on foreign affairs, na- 
tional politics, and editorial comments on specific policies 
with suggestions for remedies. 

For financial support, however. The Gadflv placed a coin 
box beside the newspapers when they were distributed, run- 
ning afoul of the schoofs regulations against solicitation. In 



the Students" in January in which he described what he felt 
were the attempts at suppression by the school administra- 
tion. At the end of January he was again brought before the 
disciplinary committee to be tried on charges filed by the 
Director of Public Relations. Two days of hearings followed 
during which Slack and his advisor, James Percey, argued 
that the right of freedom of speech made the charges inval- 
id. The hearing committee finally decided that Slack was 
guilty of some acts of journalistic irresponsibility and pun- 
ished him by requiring him to write an article on disciplin- 
ary procedures in colleges. 

Meanwhile, in February, lawyers for the American Civil 
Liberties Union had informed President Andruss that if the 
ban was not rescinded "forthwith", they were prepared to file 
suit against the college. 





Gary Fletcher and Lyle Slack 



Ron Schultz 



an attempt to obtain these rights its editor, Lyle Slack, 
went before the Student Government Association in No- 
vember where solicitation rights were not only denied, but 
the newspaper was banned from distribution on campus. 

In a now-famous remark after the meeting, Lyle Slack 
vowed that The Gadfly would continue regardless of what 
the student government did, for, he contended, the ban was 
unconstitutional. Slack was supported by the American 
Civil Liberties Union which agreed to take the case in 
February. 

In December, Slack had been brought before the campus 
disciphnary committee on charges of misrepresentation of 
students in an "Open Letter to Students" which most of the 
nine students alleged that they had not signed. Slack, how- 
ever, produced an original of the letter with the signatures of 
the nine. He was acquitted with a letter of censure. 

Since the student government ban was specifically 
against The Gadfly, Slack felt free to pubhsh a "Tleport to 



The Gadfly reappeared in April and published to the end 
of the school year— twelve issues in all. Gary Pletcher, a first 
semester senior, was named to edit the 1968-69 editions of 
The Gadflv. 

SURGE (Student United in Reform Government and 
Education), the first student political party, was formed in 
February. Organized by Ron Schultz, Lyle Slack, Gary 
Pletcher, and Joe Cappello, it declared itself to be for great- 
er student freedom, specifically with regard to social regula- 
tions and student government. Seven of the eleven SURGE 
candidates were elected to offices in the April elections. 

The Association of Resident Women, headed by Connie 
Fike, also made great strides towards liberalizing the reg- 
ulations governing women. Seventy-eight reforms were 
made in dorm rules. The most significant were the establish- 
ment of late minutes, expansion of women's hours, elimina- 
tion of compulsory bed-making, and restrictions on the 
house mother to insure privacy during room inspections. 



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Senior Ball 





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Commencement 




''Past performances count 



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MA Y 26, 1968 





but not SO much as today's and tomorrow's.'' 



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ACADEMICS 



Editor: Doug Hippenstiel 







President Of The College 



When Dr. Harvey A. Andruss became President of 
Bloomsburg State College in 1939, he had been a public 
school administrator since the age of nineteen. In the 
years preceding 1939 he had served as a university in- 
structor, college department head, and Dean of Instruc- 
tion. Holding a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Uni- 
versity of Oklahoma, he earned the Master of Business 
Administration degree at Northwestern University and 
the Doctor of Education degree at the Pennsylvania State 
University. 

A native of Texas. Dr. Andruss has been affiliated with 
the public schools of Oklahoma; also with Northwestern 
University, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and 
Bloomsburg State College. Dr. Andruss has served as an 
educational consultant and head of the Department of 
Accounting of the First American Army University in 
Shrivenham, England from 1945-1946, and as visiting 
professor at The Pennsylvania State University during 
the summer of 1957. 

With a special acumen for business. Dr. Andruss was 
the organizer and first Director of the Department of 
Business Education at Bloomsburg State College from 
1930-1937. In the latter year he became the Dean of In- 
struction; in 1939 he succeeded Dr. Francis B. Haas as 
President of the College. 



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Dr. Andruss' administrative foresight was particularly 
important during his first decade as President when it 
was necessary to secure funds to keep the College operat- 
ing while the country was involved in World War II. The 
economics of recent years have also demanded admin- 
istrative ability of a high order as the State Colleges are 
being called upon to meet the educational needs of an 
exploding population. Dr. Andruss has been quite 
influential as a member of the Board of State College 
Presidents by virtue of his talents and his long tenure. He 
has been particularly active in the fiscal policies and 
programs of the State Colleges and has appeared before 
numerous legislative committees in quest of more funds 
for State Colleges in general and for Bloomsburg in 
particular. 

The Class of 1968 has observed a tremendous series of 
changes at Bloomsburg State College since they began in 
1964, but the changes observed by Dr. Andruss through 
the past thirty-eight years are almost impossible to con- 
template. These countless changes must constitute a vast 
storehouse of memories for him . . . and they must be a 
source of much understandable pride. 



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Dean Of 
Instruction 



During the past thirteen years Bloomsburg State Col- 
lege has realized a tremendous rate of growth and devel- 
opment. This growth has been reflected by a rapid multi- 
plication of students, faculty, facilities, and programs. 
One of the many persons vitally involved in this growth 
has been John A. Hoch, Dean of Instruction. 

During his tenure as Dean of Instruction the re- 
sponsibilities of the position have multiphed rapidly and 
will no doubt continue to as the College expands to uni- 
versity status. 

Dr. Hoch came to Bloomsburg State College in 1946 
after serving as a teacher and coach at Milton High 
School. He served as Dean of Men, Director of Public 
Relations, and as Director of Athletics before assuming 
his present post. In addition to his other responsibilities, 
Dr. Hoch was football coach during the 1946 season, and 
assistant football coach from 1947 to 1955. 

Dr. Hoch earned his A.B. degree at the Pennsylvania 
State University, his M.A. degree at Bucknell University, 
and his Ed.D. at Penn State. During Dr. Andruss' two 
trips around the world Dr. Hoch has served as Acting 
President of the College. 





Dr. Riegel. Dr. Ralph Herre, Miss Mary MacDonald. 



Dean Of Students 



Dr. Paul S. Riegel has served as Dean of Students at 
Bloomsburg for the past three years, a period character- 
ized by tremendous enrollment increases which strained 
available facilities, a preplexing situation common in 
most institutions of higher education, especially those 
supported by the state. In addition, the entire committee 
structure of the College has been revamped during the 
past two years in an attempt to create a better balance of 
power among the administration, faculty, and students. 
This project took a great deal of time and effort by many 
people, including the Dean of Students. All these factors 
have made the job more demanding than at any other 
time in history. 

A native of Berwick Pennsylvania, Dr. Riegel received 
a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature at Mid- 
dlebury College, Vermont. He earned both his M.A. and 
Ed.D. degrees from Teachers College of Columbia Uni- 
versity. Among other positions, he was Assistant Reg- 
istrar for Special Projects at the Latter institution prior to 
his appointment as Dean of Students at Bloomsburg in 
September, 1965. 

In addition to his experience in the area of student per- 
sonnel work. Dr. Riegel has been active in various per- 
sonnel aspects of the United States Army and has been 
Assistant Coordinator of Inter-Agency Training for the 
United States Civil Service Commission in Washington, 
D.C. 



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Director Of 
Development 




Directors of Development and Public Relations, quite 
frequently, are college administrators who are invisible to 
most students. Their presence is manifested not through 
daily personal contacts like the Deans of Instruction or 
Students, but by the steel and concrete skeletons of new 
buildings, trenches for underground utilities, conferences 
with a variety of groups and individuals, newspaper arti- 
cles and brochures, and, sometimes, an inevitable sea of 
mud. 

At Bloomsburg State College, Boyd Buckingham's 
Office coordinates a countless variety of details encom- 
passing the continuing expansion and growth of the Col- 
lege. Development involves knowing what the campus 
looks hke today (including where the sidewalks are and 
where the students actually walk) and what the campus 
should look like ten years from now. Construction on a 
State College campus must meet with the approval of 
state agencies and the State Legislature as well as the stu- 
dents, faculty, and administrative personnel who will use 
the new structures when they are completed. Through the 
cooperative endeavor of many staff members, Blooms- 
burg has developed a master campus plan with sufficient 
flexibility to accommodate unforeseen changes. This plan 
estabhshes guidelines for present and future buildings. 

Design and construction of campus projects must be 
also coordinated with local business and government 
officials who are responsible for water and sewage, elec- 
tricity and telephones, zoning and traffic patterns. Mr. 
Buckingham must reconcile the desires and problems of 
students, faculty, administrators, architects, and munici- 
ple and state authorities as the campus grows. He may be 
invisible to most students, but to student leaders, faculty 
committees, administrative planners, and hundred's of 
others, he and his office are the keys to Bloomsburg's 
future. 

PubUc Relations embraces every aspect of the college 
community and its relations with its many pubhcs— alum- 
ni, townspeople, parents of students, business and civic 
organizations to mention a few. The aid and assistance 
given the college, directly and indirectly by these groups, 
makes possible scholarships, loans, and other benefits 
which are not provided by the Commonwealth of 
Pennsylvania. 

Mr. Buckingham is a native of York, Pennsylvania. He 
earned his Bachelor of Science degree at B.S.C., his Mas- 
ter of Science degree at Bucknell University, and is a candi- 
date for the Ed.D. degree at Penn State. He served as an 
officer and a heavy bomber pilot in the European Theater 
during World War II, and taught for eight years in the pub- 
lic schools of Athens and Sayre, Pennsylvania, before 
joining the faculty at Bloomsburg in 1953 as an Associate 
Professor of Speech. 



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Board Of Trustees 



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1. Mr. William A. Lank, President 

2. Hon. Harold L. Paul, Vice President 

3. Mr. J. Howard Deily, Secretary-Treasurer 

4. Mr. E. Guy Bangs 

5. Mr. Gerald A. Beierschmitt 



6. Mr. William E. Booth 

7. Mr. Edgar A. Fenstermacher 

8. Mr. Howard S. Fernsler 

9. Hon. Bernard J. Kelley 

10. Dr. Harvey A. Andruss (not pictured) 



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The Harvey A. Andruss Library. 



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Professor 

Rygiel 

Retires 



For more than four decades prior to his retirement in 
January of this year. Professor Walter S. Rygiel had 
taught Commercial and Business Education subjects, 
teaching the last thirty years of his career at Bloomsburg 
State College. His ability as a teacher is indicated by the 
honors and awards that have been accorded him, by the 
achievements of his students, and by the high esteem in 
which he is held by these students. 

This esteem was perhaps best demonstrated at the din- 
ner honoring Professor Rygiel upon his retirement, when 
a portrait of the educator was presented to the College by 
Phi Beta Lambda, Pi Omega Pi, the Business Education 
alumni of Bloomsburg, and faculty members of the 
College. 

Last spring Professor Rygiel's shorthand class placed 
first in a world-wide competition sponsored by the Gregg 
Publishing Company. His 28 member team surpassed the 
efforts of some 25,000 other contestants from Europe, 
Asia, North and South America. Prior to this triumph Pro- 
fessor Rygiel's students had won three successive first prizes 
in the National Shortnana Contest. 

Professor Rygiel received a Bachelor of Science degree in 
Commercial Education from Temple University in 1925 
and a Master of Science degree in Education (also from 
Temple) in 1936. He subsequently did graduate work at the 
University of Pennsylvania, Bucknell, and Penn State 
University. 



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First row (seated): Donna Sparks, Constance Eaton. Helen Lohenitz, 
Margie Schultz, Mr. Walter S. Rygiel. Kathleen Eyer, Linda Hummel, 
Bonnie Yoder; Second row: Barbara Strieker. Gerry Welker, Rosalie 
Luksa, Carol Kopp. Anita Bobson. Betty Porosky. Lmda Follis, Debo- 



rah Hile. Sandra Bird. Loretta Houser. Ginny Ryan, Mary Ellen Heitz, 

Mary Ellen Madson; Third row: Dr. Harvey A. Andruss, Joyce Sick, 
Charles Wagner. James Pegg, John Bilder, Richard Keefe, John Ackley, 
Melody Cruys. Dr. Lloyd Tourney. 



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William D. Alabaugh 
Sarah E. Jeffrey 
Eugene Rappaport 
Richard C. Scherpereel 
Kenneth T. Wilson, Jr. 
Biology 

6. PliiUip A. Farber 

7. George J. Gellos 
Michael Herbert 
Craig L. Hinies 
Jerome J. Klenner 
Julius R. Kroschewsky 

12. Thomas R. Manley 

13. Donald D. Rabb 

14. Stanley A. Rhodes 

15. Robert G. Sagar 

16. Joseph P. Vaughan 
Business 

17. Charles M. Bayler 

18. James B. Creasy 

19. Frank S. Davis, Jr. 
John E. Dennen 
Lester J. Diettenck 
Doyle G. Dodson 
Norman L. Hilgar 

24. Clayton H. Hinkel 

25. Margaret J. Hykes 

26. Kenneth G. Kirk 

27. Cyril A. Lindquisl 

28. Joan C. Mishler 

29. Reginald W. Shepherd 

30. Francis J. Radice 
Educalion 

31. H. M. Afshar 

32. Iva Mae V. Beckley 

33. Ernest H. Engelhardt 

34. Gerrold W Hart 

35. Howard K. Macauley. Jr 



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1. Gilbert R. W. S elders 

2. Margaret M. Sponseller 

3. Donald A. Vannan - 
English 

4. Dale M. Anderson 

5. Anita A. Donovan 

6. Virginia A. Duck 

7. William D. Eisenberg 

Ronald A. Ferdock 

Leonard B. GiUey 

10. Charles C. Kopp 

11. Margaret Read Lauer 
Robert G. Meeker 

13. Alva W. Rice 

14. Jordan P. Richman 

15. William C. Roth 

16. Susan Rusinko 

17. Richard C. Savage 

18. Cecil C. Seronsy 

19. Janet Stamm 

20. Gerald H. Strauss 

21. Thomas G. Sturgeon 

22. Louis F. Thompson 



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Francis E. Albert 

Ben C. Alter 

John P. Brady 

C. Whitney Carpenter II 

Arthur B. Conner 

Blaise Delnis 

Mary Lou John 

8. George W. Neel 

9. Eric W. Smithner 

10. Alfred E. Tonolo 

11. Christine T. Whitmer 
Geography 

12. Bruce E. Adams 

13. John A. Enman 
Brian A. Johnson 
James R. Lauffer 
James T. Lorelli 
Lavere W. McClure 
Donald L. Preston 
William B. Sterling 

Health and Physical Education 

20. Douglas Boelhouwer 

21. Jerrv L. DenstorfT 

22. Russell E. Houk 

23. Joanne E. McComb 

24. Eli W. McLaughlin 

25. Beatrice Mettler 

26. Clarence A. Moore 

27. Ronald E. Puhl 

28. Earl W. Voss 

29. M. Eleanor Wray 
History 

30. John C. Dietrich 

31. Edson J. Drake 

32. Hans Karl Gunther 

33. Ralph S. Herre 

34. Craig A. Newton 

35. H. Benjamin Powell 






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1. John J. Serff 

2. Theodore M. Shanoski 

3. Anthony J. Sylvester 

4. George A. Turner 

5. Andrew L. Wallace 

6. Robert D. Warren 

7. James R. Whitmer 
Library 

8. Elinor R. Keefer 

9. Ming Ming Kuo 

10. Scott E. Miller, Jr. 

11. Hildegard Pestel 

12. Thaddeus Piotrowski 

13. Gwendolyn Reams 

14. Ruth D. Smeal 

15. James B. Watts. 
Malhemalics 

16. Charles M. Brennan 

17. Leroy H. Brown 

18. Robert L. Klinedinst 

19. Joseph E. Mueller 

20. Ronald W. Novak 

21. Donald R. Rae 

22. Charles R. Reardin 



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1. George G. Stradtman 
Music 

2. Alden Buker 

3. Sylvia Cronin 

4. William K. Decker 

5. Nelson A. Miller 

6. Stephen C. Wallace 
Physical Sciences 

7. Barrett W. Benson 

8. David J. Harper 

9. Harold H. Lanterman 

10. Clvde S. Noble 

11. Herbert H. Reichard 

12. Tobias F. Scarpino 

13. Rex E. Selk 

14. David A. Superdock 

15. Wilbert A. Taebel 

16. Norman E. White 
Psychology' 

17. Donald R. Bashore 

18. Barry E. Cobb 

19. You-Yuh Kuo 

20. James J. Murphy 

21. Merritt W. Sanders 

22. Martin A. Satz 

23. Louise Seronsy 

24. E. Paul Wagner 
Social Sciences 

25. William L. Carlough 

26. Barbara M. Dilworth 

27. Martin M. Gildea 

28. Arline E. Gingold 

29. Charles G. Jackson 

30. Prakasti C. Kapil 

31. James W. Percey 

32. Deake G. Porter 

33. Robert P. Ross 

34. Bernard J. Schneck 

35. Seymour Schwimmer 



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1. Robert R. Solenberger 
Special Education 

2. John L. Eberhart 

3. Ira B. Gensemer 

4. William L. Jones 

5. Andrew J. Karpinski 

6. Margaret Lefevre 

7. Emily A. Reuwsaat 
Speech 

8. William A. Acierno 

9. Richard D. Alderfer 

10. Erich F. Frohman 

1 1. Melville Hopkins 

12. Barbara Loewe 

13. James A. McCubbin 

14. Michael J. McHale 

15. Robert D. Richey 

16. Janice M. Youse 
Student Teaching Supervisors 

17. Lee E. Aumiller 

18. Stanley T. Dubelle, Jr. 

19. Beatrice M. Englehart 

20. Virginia K. Gilmore 

21. Warren I. Johnson 

22. Martin M. Keller 



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Milton Levin 

Margaret McCern 

A. Joseph McCormell, Jr. 

Jack L. Meiss 

James T. Reifer 

Kenneth A. Roberts 

8. R. Edward Warden 

9. Lynn A. Watson 

10. Richard O. Wolfe 
Adminislralive Faculty 

11. Robert Bender. Student Activities 

12. Robert Bunge, Registrar 

13. Charles Carlson, Graduate Studies 

14. James B. Creasy, Assist, to President 

15. Robert Davenport, Assist. Dean of Men 

16. T. Davies. Assist. Admissions Dir. 

17. C. Stuart Edwards, Dir. Secondary Ed 

18. Robert Haller, Dir of Publications 

19. Elton Hunsinger, Dean of Men 

20. Ellamae Jackson, Dean of Women 

21. Royce Johnson, Dir. Elementary Ed. 

22. Mary Macdonald, Assist, Dean of Women 

23. Robert G. Norton, Assist. Dean of Men 

24. John Scrimgeour, Dir. of Placement and Financial Aid 

25. Mary A. Tolan, Assist. Dean of Women 

26. John L. Walker, Dir of Admissions 

27. Richard Wettstone, Assist. Dean of Men 

28. Elizabeth Williams, Assist. Dean of Women 
A dministrative Personnel 

29. Llovd Anderson, Purchasing Agent 

30. Helen Barkauskas. Mgr.— Bookstore and Husky Lounge 

31. Paul Conard, Asst. Business Manager 



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1. Elizabeth Cooper, Resident Advisor 

2. Bruce Dietterick, Public Relations 

3. Thomas Gorrey. Superintendent of Buildings And Grounds 

4. Althea Hoke, Resident Advisor 

5. C. Donald Housenick, Data Processing 

6. Lucretia A. Kinney, Resident Advisor 

7. Paul G. Martin, Business Manager 

8. David L. Shaffer, Resident Advisor 

9. John Trathen, Assist. Comptroller of Student Activities 

10. W. Horace Williams, Comptroller of Student Activities 
College Physicians 

11. Harry P. Hoffman. M.D. 

12. F. W. Reese, M.D. 
College Nurses 

13. Lillian Beasley 

14. Irene Gilbert 

15. Nettie Seely 

16. Louise Szutowitz 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



Editor: Eileen Kotzer 





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Community 
Government 
Association 



The Community Government Association, co-ordinat- 
ing body for all campus activities and functions, attempts 
to represent the interests of both students and faculty. 
Thanks to the efforts of this year's C.G.A., Homecoming 
with Dionne Warwick highlighting the weekend, was a 
great success. Spring Weekend will long be remembered 
for the brilliant performance of the Temptations in 
concert. 

These were the happier moments for C.G.A. There 
were also some tense ones with the Gadfly controversy at 
the head. All in all. Community Government has had a 
busy year and is on its way to becoming the organization 
it can and should be. 




Dean Riegel 

Advisor 




Committee Chairmen: Row I. E. McNertney, Dining Room; C. Gruss, Murray, Orientation; W. Kearney, hreshman Class Advisor; Row 2. B. 
Hospitality; J. Genoa, Homecoming; N. Geiger, Dining Room; C. Rog- Kelly, Campus Radio; C. Owen, Bloodmobile; D. Kozma, Fire Mar- 
ers. Orientation; J. Jackson, Freshman Class Advisor; G. Logan, Pep; J. shal; J. Carter, Awards; L. Foran, Assembly. 



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John J. Ondish 
President 





Steven Messner 
Treasurer 




Robert Wynn 
Vice President 



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Kay Keys 
Recording Secretary 




Ruth Ann McKinley 
Corresponding Secretary 



Association 

Of 

Resident Women 



Judiciary: Row 1: Miss Tulan, D. Schrantz Row 2: 
S. Cravatta,' H. McAndrews. J. Mover, J. Heisey 
Row 3: L. linger. L, Hippaul". K. McGuire. N. 
Strauss. 




Executive Board Officers: Dean Jackson. Miss To- 
lan. Asst. Dean of Women; C. Owen. Social Chair- 
man; D. Harper, Secretary; D. Schrantz. Vice Pres- 
ident; C. Fike; President; L. Oehler, Treasurer. 




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On Campus R.A. ',?. Row 1. Head Residents: Mrs. Ritchie. Mrs. Cooper. Dean Jackson, Mrs. Hake, Mrs. 
Kinney Row 2. C. Custer. L. Biduck, D. Griffiths. J. Defanl. D. Sparks, N. Skerbetz. Row 3. K. Hanz- 
hk. P. Koerner, L. Hippauf. N. Mensch. M. Keller. L. Helmer. A. Girio, C. Fike. 



Off Campus R.A.'s: (Below) Row 1. J. Buonassisi, C. Danneker, Mrs. 
William, (Asst. Dean of Women). A. Witnier. D. Schutten. Row 2. J. 
Johnson, E. Barlow, M. VanBilliard. S. Ertwine, B. Gregus, C. Hofl'man. 




East and West Hall Officers: Row 1. Miss 
Tolan, Assistant Dean of Women; N. 
Thomas, President. Row 2. B. Ross, Pres- 
ident; L. Heclcman, Secretary-Treasurer; 
L. Harris, Vice President.; Row 3. B. 
Donches. Social Chairman; K. Cahill, 
Vice President; P. Bixler. Secretary-Trea- 
surer; L. Kashimba. Social, Chairman. 





Waller and Downtown Freshmen: 
D. Clouser, President; B. Yingst; 
President; M. Matisse; Vice Presi- 
dent; B. A. Valentino, Vice Presi- 
dent; E. Gessler, Secretary- Trea- 
surer; N. Dilliplane, Secretary- 
Treasurer; K. Krall, Social Chair- 
man; P. Quinn, Social Chairman. 



Executive Board Members: 
D. Jones, Art and Publicity 
Chairman; C. Danneker, 
Resident Advisor 
Representative; N. Mensch, 
Big and Litde Sister 
Chairman; C. Kowalski, 
Student Advisor; E. Schock, 
Dear Coed; A. Girio, 
Resident Advisor 
Representative. 





Day Women's 
Association 



Dear Draftboard: 

About this 1-A 

classification . . . 



You bid what? 



Officers: V. Lesevich, President; S. 
Vargo, Vice President; Miss 
Macdonald, Advisor; M. L. Cav- 
aUini, Senior Representative; S. 
Bower, Secretary; C. Dandini, Ju- 
nior Representative; B. Zack. Ju- 
nior Representative; K. Winter- 
steen, Treasurer. 





Officers: L. Ward, President: T. McAuliffe, Vice President; B. Romanoski. Secretary; B. Schaefer. Senior 
Advisor; W. Murray. Treasurer; Mr. Norton. Mr. Wettstone, D. Shaffer (Assistants to the Dean of Men). 



Mens 

Resident 

Association 




B. Schaefer, ex-lame duck president. 



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Judiciary: Sealed: L. Ward. T. McAuliffe, W. Murray. B. Romanoski, T. Pusateri. Sianding: Mr. Norton. 
Mr. Shaffer. G. Schmidt. B. Schaefer. J. Parker. Mr. Wettstone. 




Representatives: Seated: J. McLaughlin. W. Murray. P. Lee. J. Wysoy. B. MuUin. Standing: B. Schaefer. 
R. Murray, R. Beam. G. Schmidt. Mr. Wettstone Mr. Shaffer, Mr. Norton. 



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Day Men's 
A ssociation 





Officers: R. Powell, Treasurer. R. Hauck, President, P. Canouse, Secretary, Dr. R. S. 
Herre. advisor. 



Five aces! 



Day-dreamer. 

To throw or not to throw 





Olympian 






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Critical Board: Toni Matulis. M. Weinberg, H. Wolfe, R. Kashlak, H. Bernitonis, J. Baumann, C. 
Batzel B. Becker. 




Staff: T. Oerwinski. P. Meeker, T. Matulis, H. Bernitonis, S. Vargo, J. Baumann, B. Bavun, M. Wein- 
berrg, H. Wolfe, R. Kashlak, B. Becker. C. Batzel. 



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Maroon And Gold 



Rich Benyo 
Editor-in-Chief 





'D-E-A-R G-A-D-F-L On a clear day 

Echtonal Board: B. Large, J. Griffiths. P. Alien. C. Ruck, R. Benyo. B. Teitsworth. 




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H-m-m-m. you don't say! 




Staff: M. Stugrin, M. O'Day. M. L. Cavallini, J. Fou.x, J, Pios, R. Benyo. 




Staff: D. Wagner, B. Schultz, J. Carter, E. Gulnac. B. Welliver, R. Camuso, M. Karabin, R. Atams, R. 
Benyo, R. Hartman. 







Obiter 





John Grodzinski, Top. Photographer Editor: Toni Malulis. Above. 
Activities Editor: Sharon Averv. Editor in Chief, and Robert Mai- 
ler, Director of Puhlicatinns. Above right: Ginny Lesevich, Right. 
Students Editor. 




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Doug Hippensteil, Academics Editor 




Gary Bloom Above. Cover Design 
Eileen Kotzer Righl. Organizalions Editor 
Art Steiner, Fraternities Editor 



Above. Marshall Mehring, Business Manager 
Below. Bill Sanders. Sports Editor 



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Pilot 





^SJIK^Sh 




Richard J. Keefe 
Editor 



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International Relations Club 



Below: M. Gildea. Advisor; K. Fedin. Pres.; M. Bogdany, Vice Pres.; B. Slahl, C. Hall. A. Berry, C. 
Bayliff. J. Olaynick, M. Cavallini, J. Lavelle. 





Huski 
Club 



Here we are, rarin' to go! 




. . . but I don't want to go down Big 
Boulder! 




Corey J. Loux, President; William J. Mullin, Vice President. 




Cheerleaders 




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Varsity: B. Russell (Head), D. Fehr, C. Goodman, L. Watts. K. May. L. Ehret. 



Freshmen: K. Nova. E. Benjamin, J. 
Davis. M. A. Hartman. 




Color Guard 



Cheryl McHenry 




Carol Johnson 



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Sylvia Silvetti 



Susan Sitler 



Candida Dandini 






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German 
Club 



Membership in the German Club is 
open to anyone interested in learning 
and using the German language. Cuhur- 
al aspects of Germany are discussed in 
an attempt to increase the students ap- 
preciation of their impact on the world. 



D. Reimiller. L. Hippauf. Treasurer: C. Ashby, Mr. Delnis. .Advisor; C. Magee. Secretary; T. Eyerman, 
Vice Preisdent; T. Pavone. 



Circle K 



A Kiwanis affiliated organiza- 
tion, Circle K serves both the col- 
lege and the community. Fostering 
a spirit of cooperation among 
members of the club in serving the 
college community is the purpose 
of this club. Membership is open to 
all male students in good standing. 




G. Shuey, District Governor; D. Yeakel, Vice President; J. Worth, Acting Secretary; P. Bower, Fresh- 
man Representative; B. Moran, J. Nyce, President. 



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Athenaeum 
Club 



The Athenaeum Club is for people who 
love music— classical, semi-classical, and 
popular. They spend their time learning to 
appreciate all these types of music, tripping 
over octaves and sometimes even liking the 
Beatles. 



B. Hubler, J. Schlieder, W. Boston, President, G. 
Quick, Vice President. 



Chess 
Club 



The Chess Club offers BSC students 
an opportunity to learn to play chess 
or to improve their game. Proficient 
players frequently compete in tourna- 
ments sponsored by the Eastern Penn- 
sylvania College Chess League. This 
year's team has been very successful, 
and they are hoping for an even more 
successful season next year. 



H. White, P. Strang, R. Griffiths, L. Hummel, 
Treasurer. R. Ried, President; S. Spry, Secretary; 
D. Walp, L. Thomas, G. Underwood, C. Nau- 
roth, L. Latchord, Dr. Selders. 




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Archaeology 
Club 



G. Kanaskie. President; T. Cannistre, Secretary: 
Mr. Solenberger, Advisor; R. Bingaman. Public- 
ity Agent; R. Hackenburg, Secretary-Treasurer. 



The B.S.C. Archaeology Club 
busies itself with searching for the 
many Indian artifacts that abound 
right here in the Bloomsburg area. 
In the warm weather they go off to 
their sites to dig, but in the colder 
months they must content them- 
selves with indoor meetings, seeing 
movies or comparing artifacts they 
have found. 



S. Rescorla, B. Cragle, J. Babich. R. Stauf- 
fer. F. Splain, G. McClafferty, M. Pow- 
ers, M. Cromley. 





Forensic 
Society 



Row 1: Miss Youse, Advisor; P. 
Hoze, V. Potter. Mr. Frohman. 
Advisor. Row 2: A. Szymanski, T. 
Shannon, B. Wildermuth. Row 3: 
W. Hams, J. Dalfovo, K. Kramer, 
K. Bennett. 



Amateur 

Radio 

Club 



R. Noll, President; S. Stancker, Trea- 
.surer; C. Noll, Vice President; Mr. Scar- 
pino. Advisor; J. Medland, Program 
Chairman. 




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PSEA 





p. Zimmerman, Secretary; B. Foreman, Chairman FTA-Day Committee; C. McHenry, President; L. 
Lines. Treasurer; D. Marcinkevich. Program Chairman; D. Slavik, Election Chairman; C. Berry, Mem- 
bership Chairman; D. Wagner, Newsletter Editor, C.Wills, Scrapbook Chairman; F. Kocher, Radio 
Committee Chairman. 



Our future role. 





Beat the clock. 




Doubleboiler!! 



American 
Chemical 
Society 
Student Affiliate 




Do not remove cap 



J. Tazik, Secretary- Treasurer; S. Strine, S. Teats, F. Slezak, P. Kukuchka, Vice-President; C. Celli. W. 
Kummerer, A. Harris, R. Hand, J. Poechmann, Dr. Lanterman, Advisor; J. Willis, Dr. Taebel, Advisor. 




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R. George R. Guigley, K. Springer, N. McSweeney, Mr. Reichard, Advisor; L. Biduck, Secretary; B. 
Posey, S. Teats, R. Birtley, Vice-President; J. Lyons, D. Roberts, President; D. Houk, C. Noll, R. Wol- 
verton, T. Hoffman. 



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Physics Club 



Here it is! 



It's not here! 



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Psychology Club 




Row 1: Mr. Murphy, Advisor; K. Bowen, Corresponding Secretary: S. Home. President, B. Hoskins, 
Treasurer; E. Walters, Vice President; E. Kotzer. 



Harmonettes 




Row 1: L. Geronemo, D. Kunkle, A. Carratl. Row 2: M. Schaeffer, C. Galford, M. Umlauf, G. Thomp- 
son. C. Stephany, President; Miss Cronin, Advisor; J. Sivell, M. Eidam. Row 3: B. Reland. J. Baumer, 
J. Gabuzda. S. Kichman, L. Zanolini, B. Stonback, B. Russell. 



Varsity 
Club 





"#35 failed to float". 



Up, up and away! 



Row I: R. Christina. B. Moul. President; T. Easlep, D. Shell. R. Russo. T. Carr. Row 2: P. Slavin, J. 
Carney, C. Bowman. V. Keeler, E. Mackay, R. Buffington, D. Grabfelder, J. Walton. Row 3: W. Heim, 
J, Poechman, T. Castrilli 




B Club 




B Club, the women's recreational organization on cam- 
pus, organizes and participates in all women's intramural- 
extramural activities for the dual purposes of providing 
women with an opportunity for participating in competi- 
tive sports and fostering activities which contribute to 
better use of leisure time. 



Tiddledywinks without a tiddle. 



Kneeling: C. Jarrard, Treasurer; D. Runyan, B. Nafzinger, Secretary; P. Koerner, President; S. Cassel, 
M. Boyer. Standing: M. K. Sierdinski. A. Whitmer. M. Van Billiard. B. Chandler, Miss Wray. Advisor, 
C. Dietrich, L. Helmer, C. Gesselman, R. Van Horn, D. Cray. 




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Extramural Field Hockey; 5. Lnngenecker. C. Lisaiisky. D. Fenslermacher, T. Wallers, E. 
Robinson. M. Huehner. P. Koerner. 




Extramural Basketball; D. Hiltegas. M. Bover. C. Jarrard. J. Eble, M. Huebner, S. Soil, D. Runyan, V. 
Swope. P. Wiesi, C. Dietrich. B. Nafiinger, P. Felchko, B. Chandler, C. Villa, C. Everitt, A. Beck, Miss 
McCoinh. 



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Literary And 
Film Society 



Within one year what used to be the EngUsh Club has 
now become the largest membership organization on 
campus. The Literary and Film Society is that group. It 
shows films monthly; it also publishes student prose and 
poetry in its publication. The Footnote. Advisors for this 
group are Mr. Richman, Mrs. Donnovan, Mr. Sylvester, 
and Mr. Haller. This year the Film Society showed some 
sixteen movies directed by Fellini, Resnais, Bunuel, 
Welles, and Bergman. Being a literary society, this group 
prefers to show films with subtitles. 



Officers Of the Literary and Film Society. 




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The 
Players 




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The 

Madrigal 

Singers 



Row 1: N. Strauss. L. Cressman, L. Starr 
Row 2: S. Ebeler, J. Hertweck, G. Bower 
Row 3: R. Smith, J. Fargus, D. Smither, 
T. Hoffman Row 4: R. Miller. B. Beam. 




Men's Glee Club 




Row I: R. Bickert, J. Fargus. G. Richards. D. Smither, President; R. 
Henne. D. Corbin, J, Reese, Row 2: B. Monie, R. Harris, G. Sonon, S. 
Schaffer, L. Nallo, W. Chappell, J. Ramage, J. Gantz, J. Roinick, M. 



Kochkodin, P. Perlow. Row 3: T. Jenkins, T. Dowman, R. Schutter, E. 
Zeckman, E. Wagner, C. Wher, J. Riggs. J. Marshall, S. Clarke, J. Ham- 
blin, T. Irwin, E. Boudman, B. Dreibellis. 



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A THLETICS 



Editor: Bill Sanders 






Football 1967 



This year Bloomsburg had the best gridiron team that 
it has fielded in many years. It was a season of great indi- 
vidual records and performances, but marred by some in- 
juries, notably Stan Kucharski's. 

Three performers stood out and were named Tri-Cap- 
tains; they signed to play professional football next year. 
They are the golden-armed quarterback Rich Lichtel, and 
his two sure-fingered receivers Bob Tucker, and Stan 
Kucharski. 

Their records were: Tucker caught 77 passes for 101 
points and 1325 yards, a national record; Lichtel passed 
for yardage of 2771 yards at 307.76 yards per game and 
26 touchdowns, also a national record; and Kucharski 
caught 28 passes for 10 touchdowns and 64 points (all in 
3 games). 

The highUght of the season was the trip to a hos- 
tile, standing room only crowd at Mansfield, beating the 
Mounties in the last minutes with superb passing and a 
never say die attitude. 

Bloomsburg lost to perennial powerhouse West Ches- 
ter, but it was not until the final quarter that the Rams 
took more than a one touchdown lead against a Kuchar- 
ski-less team. This was Bloomsburg's Homecoming game 
and no one there could possibly forget the outstanding 
acrobatic catches of Bob Tucker. All in all it was the 
most exciting, fulfilling team in many years. 




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Date 


Opponent 


Bloomsburg 


Opponent's Score 


September 16 


Shippensburg 


31 


20 


September 23 


Lock Haven 


34 


20 


September 30 


Mansfield 


42 


37 


October 7 


Susquehanna 


34 


19 


October 14 


West Chester 


28 


50 


October 21 


Millersville 


28 


19 


October 27 


Cheyney 


35 


12 


November 4 


Kutztown 


19 


26 


November 10 


East Stroudsburg 


6 


59 



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First row: Russell Rudy. James Bonacci, Bruce Krammes, Roy Smay, 
John Carestia, Michael De Francisco, Arthur Sell, Richard Lichtel. Sec- 
ond row Stephen McCord. Joseph Lyons, Robert Surridge, Patrick Sla- 
vin, Michael Barnhart, Thomas Estep, John Farrelly, John McKiniry. 
Third row Frank Haduck, Thomas Morgan, Craig Shotwell, John Di 
Michele, James Boyd, Lamar Beinhower, Douglas Hill, James Oman. 
Fourth row Robert Tucker, Norbert Forcheski, Edward Petras, William 



Nagy, Robert Deitrich, Darrell Swan, Alfred Melito. Ft/i/i /.ni I rcdt-rick 
Harris. Ronald Christina, Ronald Erdman, Terry Shoener, Gerald Little. 
Paul Monaghan. Anthony Grabowski, James Wysor. Sixth row William 
Derr, William Moul, David Shell, Luther Harris, Robert Bennett, Den- 
nis Weir, John Stulzman, Stanley Kucharski, Missing when picutre was 
taken— Gregory Berger. 



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Cross Country 



This year was an encouraging season for the "Nut 
Squad" in that the two top Harriers. Charhe Moyer, and 
Chuck (Parson) Bowman, will return next season with a 
flock of top-notch freshman to make B.S.C. a team to be 
feared. 

The Herbert-led marathoners completely blanked close- 
by rival Bucknell and tinished the season on a pleasant 
note by swamping both Cheyney and Lycoming. Many 
interpret these two wins as the first victories in a long 
string of successes that will be made possible by the men 
of the utmost dedication, but least publicity on campus. 

Freshmen heavily counted on to provide both depth 
and leadership to next year's team will be Mark Sep- 
towski, Mike Horbel, and Jim Carlin. This seasons year- 
lings went undefeated and their times indicate a maturity 
not usually realized until they are upper class runners. 

One great advantage to the teams in the future will be 
that recruiting is no longer something to be de- 
sired, but a necessity that is in process. Coach Herbert 
along with Track Coach Puhl hopes to lure many talented 
high school runners to Bloomsburg's rugged course; with 
this, a new emphasis upon both sports will result in many 
victories. 

Soon, the past days of greatness which B.S.C. enjoyed 
in the days of Jan Prosseda and Irwin Zablocky will re- 
turn, and with this a championship in this self-torture 
sport. 




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Date 


Opponent 


Bloomsburg 


Opponent's Score 


September 30 


Kings 


21 


34 


October 7 


Susquehanna 


43 


17 


October 10 


Lock Haven 


43 


17 


October 18 


Bucknell 


15 


40 


October 21 


Millersville 


30 


25 


October 26 


Trenton 


50 


15 


October 27 


Cheyney 


23 


32 


November 1 


Lycoming 


24 


31 





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Dr. Michael Herbert, head coach; Tom Henry, Larry Laidecker, Charles Bowman, Charles Moyer, John 
Morrow, and Jim Gauger. 



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126 



Basketball 




127 



One week to go, two games to win, and in the waiting a 
trip to Kansas City. This was the year when the Hoopsters 
ahnost went to the N.A.t.A. championships. Actually, after 
a very successful season the Voss-Men lost the last two 
games and sat out the championships. 

After a slow start, losing the first three out of four games, 
they ventured down to the Steelton-Highspire Invitational 
Christmas Tournament. They won two games by a total 
three points and walked away with aU the laurels and a 
M.V.P. trophy for Bob Matuzza. Later they pleased the 
home crowd by winning seven consecutive games at Cen- 
tennial Gymnasium. 

Quarterbacked by Palmer Toto, the Huskies never lacked 



leadership. His sharp passes and ability to the lead the fast 
break forced many teams to slow down their attack. The 
scoring was well balanced, but when points were needed 
Bob Matuzza or Rick Fertig usually got them. Rick was this 
year's captain and will be the only casualty lost by the way 
of graduation for next year's team. 

Rugged rebounding was provided by Jim Dulaney and 
transfer Ed Burtsavage. Ed showed inexperience in the ear- 
ly games but by the end of the year was undoubtedly the 
most improved ballplayer. 

Coming offthe bench many times to inspire the team with 
quick scoring flurries and fiery defense were sophomores 
Bob Snyder and Bill Mastropietro. 





Center— Ed Burtsavage 



Captain— Rick Fertig 



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First Row: Bill Mastropietro, Palmer Toto, Rick Fertig, Vince Regan, Jack Carney; Second Row: JeffHoch, 
Mark Yanchek, Ed Burtsavage. Jim Dulaney; Third Row: Larry Monaghan. Bob Matuzza, Elzar Camper, 
Bob Snyder. 



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Bloomsburg Opponent 


December 2 


Cheyney 


63 


71 


December 6 


Shippensburg 


72 


73 


December 9 


West Chester 


73 


65 


December 13 


Millersville 


92 


111 


December 15 


Kutztown 


84 


83 


December 27 


Juniata (Highspire 








Basketball Tourn.) 


93 


91 


December 28 


Susquehanna (Highspire 








Basketball Tourn.) 


84 


83 


January 3 


Philadelphia Textile 


79 


93 


January 8 


Indiana 


88 


84 


January 10 


Kutztown 


87 


85 


January 13 


Mansfield 


82 


76 


January 19 


Clarion 


112 


104 


February 2 


East Stroudsburg 


87 


74 


February 7 


Cheyney 


84 


73 


February 10 


Shippensburg 


74 


71 


February 13 


Lock Haven 


74 


48 


February 15 


West Chester 


85 


60 


February 17 


Millersville 


88 


78 


February 24 


Mansfield 


76 


98 


February 28 


East Stroudsburg 


86 


98 



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Wrestling . . . 




Wrestling was once again the most popular sport at 
Bloomsburg and there was good reason for it. The excite- 
ment reached its peak when B.S.C. upset the highly-touted 
E.S.S.C. matmen at our home coliseum. 

This year will be remembered for the courage of Ron 
Russo wrestling with a badly damaged ear, the determina- 
tion of Joe Gerst defending a national title with leg injuries, 
and the gutty performances of Steve Peter sometimes wres- 
tling 25 pounds over his usual weight. David Jones once 
again pulled out a few matches with pins in the last seconds 
to give Bloomsburg a win. 

The season started off with a successful quadrangular 
meet where Bloom defeated Miami of Ohio, and then later 
in the day tied powerful Appalachian State. In this match 
David Jones pinned his man with three seconds to go keep- 
ing Bloom from the defeat column. Indiana State won the 
tourney but the fans knew that they were in for an exciting 
season. 

Later in the year the gladiators ripped apart massive Ilh- 
nois University but then lost to Waynesburg on probably 
the most controversial officiation this school has seen in 
years. 

Coach Houk once again made the B.S.C. community 
proud by the performances of our grapplers all around the 
country. 



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PENNSYLVANIA STATE COLLEGE TOURNAMENT 





"Third Place 


»? 




at East Stroudsburg 


State 


on March 1 & 2 




Ron Russo 






1st Place 


137 lbs 


Joe Gerst 






1st place 


152 lbs 


Wayne Heim 






2nd place 


115 lbs 


David Jones 






2nd place 


191 lbs 


Kurt Grabfelter 






3rd place 


130 lbs 


Steve Peters 






3rd place 


145 lbs 


Jim Owen 






4th place 


167 lbs 



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NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF INTERCOLLEGIATE 
ATHLETICS TOURNAMENT 









"Fifth Place" 












at 


Adams State College 


in Colorado on 


March 7- 


-9 




Ron 


Russo 






2nd 


Place 




137 


lbs 


Joe 1 


Gerst 






2nd 


Place 




152 


lbs 


Kurt 


Grabfelter 




4th 


Place 




130 lbs, 



NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION TOURNAMENT 

"Twenty-third Place" 
at Penn State University on March 21-23 
Ron Russo 6th Place 137 lbs. 



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First Row: Gary Haywood. Wayne Heim. JefT Prosseda, Kurt Grabfelter, Ron Russo, Richard Lepley Sec- 
ond Row: Joe Gerst. Arnie Thompson. Jim Coleman, John Stutzman, David Jones, Steve Peters. 



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Date 


Opponent Bloomsburg 


Opponent 


December 9 


Quadrangular Meet 






Indiana State 


5 25 




Miami of Ohio 


15 12 




Appalachian State 


16 16 


December 14 


Mansfield 


28 10 


December 27-8 


Wilkes Tournament 




January 9 


Millersville 


33 6 


January 13 


Oswego 


18 9 


January 17 


East Stroudsburg 


19 18 


January 20 


Clarion 


30 10 


January 29 


Southern Ilhnois U. 


15 14 


February 3 


Waynesburg 


15 18 


February 14 


Lock Haven 


13 24 


February 24 


West Chester 


14 20 


February 29 


Shippensburg 


39 5 



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Tri-Captain Tim Carr (left) accepting second place medal for Backstroke. 



136 



Swimming . . . 



This year's swim team was the most successful team at 
Bloomsburg for a winning record. They also posted the best 
win-loss record of any swim team in the school's history and 
placed higher in the state tournament than ever before. 

There were records broken in every meet as the boys kept 
hitting a higher peak for each meet. Mr. Mclaughlin said the 
reason for their overwhelming success was their fiery spirit 
and an intense inner-pride which would never concede de- 
feat. This year the Mermen had such "firsts" as humiliating 
West Chester to the delight of the packed home crowd, and 
sinking Lycoming in their own tank. The West Chester 



coach was quoted in his hometown newspaper the next day 
as saying the Bloomermen were "The most inspired team I 
have ever seen." They later came in second in the state meet 
by a mere AVi points. 

The leadership was provided by tri-captains Jim Poech- 
man, Tom Houston, and Tim Carr. Next year's prospects 
are encouraging in that only three seniors will be lost: Cap- 
tain Jim Poechman, Britt Jones and Fred Bausch. To re- 
place these seniors are an undefeated freshmen team and a 
more experienced varsity. 






Tri-Captains Tom Houston, Jim Poechman. and Tim Carr acceptmg the 
team's second place plaque. 



PENNSYLVANIA STATE COLLEGE CHAMPIONS 

400 yard Medley Relay 
Backstroke— Bob High 
Breaststroke— Vince Shiban 
Butterfly— Ed McNertney 
200 yard freestyle 
Ralph Moerschbacher 

THIS YEAR'S NEW RECORDS 

400 yard medley— Bob High, Vince Shiban, 

Ed McNertney, Tim Carr 
1000 freestyle— Kerry Hoff"man 
200 freestyle— Ralph Moerschbacher 
200 Individual Medley-Bob High 
200 Butterfly-Ed McNertney 
200 Backstroke-Bob High 
500 freestyle— Ralph Moerschbacher 
200 Breaststroke— Vince Shiban 
400 freestyle relay— Tim Carr, Ralph 

Moerschbacher, Tom Houston, Jim 

Poechmann 




Butterfly record holder— Ed McNertney. 



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From row: Vince Shiban, Buddy Steppling, Bob High, Bill Brehm, Kerry Hoffman. Ralph Moerschbacher, 
Bruce Bendei Back Row: Coach McLaughlin, Dave McDermott, Ken Dugan, Jim Poechman, Tom Hous- 
ton, Fred Bausch, Ed McNertney, Tim Carr. 



Date 


Opponent 


Bloomsburg 


Opponent 


Dec. 2 


Temple 


35 


69 


Dec. 9 


Howard U. 


74 


29 


Dec. 13 


Monmouth 


37 


66 


Jan. 9 


Millersville 


76 


27 


Jan. 19 


St. Joseph's 


67 


37 


Jan. 31 


West Chester 


62 


42 


Feb. 7 


East Stroudsburg 


75 


29 


Feb. 14 


Lock Haven 


74 


23 


Feb. 16 


Slippery Rock 


65 


39 


Feb. 24 


Lycoming 


50 


44 


Feb. 28 


Trenton 


74 


28 



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Track . . . 




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This year's Thinclads finished strongly with three consec- 
utive wins in dual meets. In Coach PuhFs second year as 
head mentor he has lifted the huskies over the .500 mark for 
the first time since Jan Prosseda. 

Coach Puhl had one state champion in Captain Tom 
Houston in the 440 intermediate hurdles. Tom dethroned 
returning state champ Lavern Harvey of Slippery Rock, but 
had to run a 53.8 to do it. eclipsing the state mark by more 
than a second on a very poor day for times. 

The main leadership in the field events was provided by 



junior Sam Jayne. Sam went through all the dual meets win- 
ning usually both the shot put, and the discus. Sam finished 
fourth and fifth in these events respectively in the state 
meet. 

Superb sprinter Greg Berger was injured most of the sea- 
son with a leg pull, and returning javelin thrower Tom Eas- 
tep was forced oflT the field with a knee injury. 

The Huskies piled up 25 medals at the annual Cedar Cliff 
relays, and finished sixth in the State meet. 




First TOM'-Bruce Kindt, Vic Keeler. John Luczysyn, Jim Gauger, Charlie 
Moyer Second row-Greg Berger. Larry Laidecker, Wiliam Sanders. Bob 
Maturkaites Third Row-Siava Jayne. Daryl Swan. Captain Tom Houston. 



Carl Wilde, Frank Matthews, Charlie Bowman, Coach Ronald (S.P.) Puhl 
Fourth /?0H'— Chris Weir. Bill Moul, Mark Sid Yanchek. Charlie Shupe. 
Dave Smithers. Craig Shotwell. 



141 





Bloomsburg 


Opponent 


32 132 


West Chester State 


9OV2 54'/2 


Cheyney State 


49 103 


Millersville State 


49 96 


Lock Haven 


83 62 


Mansfield 


82 63 


Kutztown State 


96 50 


Shippensburg State 



142 



Golf. . . 



BSC concluded its best golf season ever with a 
10-1 mark. Being paced by a steady balance of 
many excellent golfers, the Huskies were hard to 
beat. 

Individual averages were bunched very closely 
and to try and pick out a star one would have to 
include the whole team. 



Al Fisher 
Jim Mascish 
Ron Buffington 
John Marshall 



78.3 Bob Snyder 
77.2 Tom Castrilli 
76.5 Bob Simons 

78.4 Doug McRoberts 





Bloomsburg 




UVi-eVi 




10-8 




1 51/2-21/2 




15-3 




13-5 




16-2 




11-7 


78.2 


17-1 


81.0 


6-12 


78.7 


15'/2-21/2 


77.0 


11-7 



Opponent 

East Stroudsburg 

Susquehanna U. 

East Stroudsburg 

Millersville 

Kutztown 

Lycoming College 

Mansfield 

Millersville 

Kings College 

Mansfield 

Kutztown 




Kneeling: Jim Masich. Ron Buft'ington, Doug McRoberts Slandin^-Coxh Jerry Thomas. John M.irshall 
Al Fisher. Bob Snyder. Tom Castrilli. Bob Simons. 



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Baseball . . . 




This year's baseball team finished with an even .500 sea- 
son that was rather disappointing when one considers the 
great talent they had. Lack of muscle at the plate often cou- 
pled with sloppy fielding provided enough to keep the Dia- 
mondmen from ever being considered serious contenders. 

The pitchers were led by Captain Bob Gibble and his fine 
staff which included Joe Walton, Wally Smith and Steve 
Klinger. When the wood was being used Tom Wenner, 



Lanny Diltz, or Red Calahan were usually the ones doing 
the swinging. 

One controversial game with East Stroudsburg saw the 
umpire call the game because of rain, which it had been 
doing all day, when Steve Klinger was at second base and 
Red Calahan was out the plate with the count of 2-1. 

It was just that kind of year, just when we thought we 
were going to pull away, somebody put the dampers on us. 



144 




Kneeling— Pal Colgan, Mike De Francisco. Lamar Beinhower, Lanny 
Diltz. Frank Maslrioanni, Jerry Devlin. Frank (Red) Calahan, Denny 
Weir. Donnie Dietrick. Standing— Jim Wysor. Eric Landers. Ron Magar- 



gle. Gene Gruber, Captain Bob Gibble. Joe Walton, Tom Wenner. Steve 
Klinger. Ron Reitz. Ben Pollock, Jim Rupert, Wally Smith, Steve Keefer, 
Greg Kanaski, Coach Eli McLaughlin. 



145 



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146 



Tennis . . . 



The Netmen finished with their best season since 1945 as 
Coach Herbert and Captain Bob Zalonis provided the 
needed leadership for a successful season. 

Their only decisive defeat was at the hands of a powerful 
Millersville crew who blanked our men for the only time of 
the season. 



Bloomsburg 
6-3 


Opponent 
Kutztown 


9-0 
6-3 
3-6 


Cheyney 

Susquehanna 

East Stroudsburg 


6-3 


Lock Haven 


0-9 


Millersville 


6-3 


Kutztown 


5-4 


Mansfield 


8-1 


Shippensburg 




Tennis team Coach Hcrberl. Dale Houck. Tom Clewell. Gerald Fulnier, tid Dietrich, An Worley, Captain 
Bob Zalonis. and Doyle Plinger. 



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FRA TERNITIES 

Editor: Arthur Steiner 





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Inter-Fraternity Council 



Inter-Fraternity Council is a governing body of the 
social fraternities which also acts as a common meeting 
ground and as a liaison between the administration and 
the individual fraternities. Three projects this year were 



an Inter-Fraternity Competition, Greek Week which con- 
sisted of a talent night, marathon race, chariot race and 
gymnastics night, and one fund raising event. 





Front row (seated): Dennis Lesko, Treasurer; Robert Hinkle, Secretary: Robert Boose. President; 
Joseph Deardorff. Vice President; Standing: Wayne John. Donald Flounders. David Boster, John 
Hutchings, William Hitchings, Mr. Robert Bender, Advisor. Harry Berkheiser. 




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Front row (sealed): Niss Mary Tolan. Judy Adonizio, Carol Bihler; Second row: Carolyn Cundiff. Donna 
Baun, Joanne Kapcia, Debbie Laudenslager; Third row: Robin Rothe, Sandy Marasco, Sharon Stanton, 
Marsha Carpenter, Boby Lou Cramer. 




INTER-SORORITY 
COUNCIL 



Inter-Sorority Council is a governing body of all member 
sororities. Its purpose is to coordinate rushing, pledging and 
initiation; to encourage and foster friendships and social re- 
lations between sororities and independent women; to pro- 
mote scholarship and to acknowledge intellectual achieve- 
ment; to cooperate with the college administration and to 
be a forum for the disucssion of questions of interest in the 
college and sorority world. 

ISC partitipated this year in Greek Week, presented a 
cup to the sorority with the highest cumulative average, 
published ISC Rush and Guide to Pledging Booklet, and 
sponsored an open tea for all freshmen and interested up- 
perclass women who are planning on rushing a sorority in 
the fall. 



Miss Mary Tolan, Advisor; Joanne Kapcia, Secre- 
tary; Carol Bihler, President; Peggy Walters, 
Treasurer. 



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PHI ALPHA 
THETA 



Phi Alpha Theta is a national honorary fraternity in his- 
tory. It was organized to provide programs giving a deeper 
insight into the nature of history, the historical profession 
and topics of special interest. 

Among this year's projects were a trip to historical loca- 
tions in Philadelphia, and cooperation with the History De- 
partment in special programs and activities as the Mock 
Repubhcan Convention held in March. 




Kneeling: T. Free. President; S. Galbreath, Vice President: S. Messner, Corresponding 
Secretary; Standing: E. Zabitz, C. Vanerslice, T. Chase, Dr. Ralph Herre, K. DeSandis. 
D. Rosenbaum, J. Quinn. H. Koch, D. Slavic. 




Kneeling: H. Benjamin Powell, Advisor; Patrick Lynch, Treasurer; Standing: Gerald 
Smith, Robert Boose, Dr. Craig Newton. Mrs. Dazimae Paul, Mr, Michael Burka, Mr. 
James Whitmer, Mary Ann Michael, Mr. Theodore Shanoski, John Hamplin, Dr. Robert 
Warren, Thomas Stitely. 

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Judy Delant. Ann Marie Hutz. Linda 
Hellerman. Nancy Makarewicz, Bar- 
bara Masich, Patrick Lynch. Mr. 
Theodore Shanoski. Advisor. 



Kappa Delta Pi, national honor society in education, promotes 
the idea of service and the qualities of professional enthusiasm in 
the field of education through various talks from lecturers in the 
teaching profession. Included in this year's program were a lec- 
ture by Dean Hoch and two other lectures by leading educators 
—Dr. John Campell. Chairman of the Education Department at 
Lycoming College, and Mr. Michael Glennon. instructor from 
Northport High School, Long Island who spoke on Instructional 
Media Innovators. 



KAPPA DELTA PI 




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I 



Front row: Jack Hamblin, Mark Gold- 
man; Second row: Nancy Bricker. Suzy 
Holmes, Anna Krushmskie, Dolores 
Slavik. Mrs. Elaine Mueller, Marie Po- 
sey; On rock: Steve Messner. 



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PI OMEGA PI 



Pi Omega Pi, national business teacher education honor 
society, promotes the ideal of service and the qualities of 
professional enthusiasm in the Business Education profes- 
sion through various talks from lecturers both in the 
business world and in the teaching profession. 

Foremost among the activities that Alpha Delta Chapter 
sponsors each year are the annual dance held each spring 
which is open to the entire college community and the tutor- 
ing service for students in the business education curric- 
ulum who are having difficulty in one or more of their 
business subjects. As an end to each school year Alpha Del- 
ta also sponsors a Spring Awards and Recognition banquet. 
This banquet is held for the entire society and faculty of the 
business education department, and marks the beginning of 
another year with the installation of the new chapter 
officers. 




Seated: Suzanne Dillman, Gloria Postupack, Eva Reed; Standing: Bryan 
Dreibelbis, Robert Muscosky, Robert Hauck, George Seifert. 



Seated: Gail Moyer. Berverly Donchez, Charlotte 
Omdorf; Standing: Douglas Freeby, President. Da- 
vid Keifer, Dr. Reginald Shepherd. Advisor. 




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SIGMA TAU DELTA 



Sigma Tau Delta, co-educational national honor society 
in English, is organized to advance the study of the chief lit- 
erary masterpieces, to encourage worthwhile reading, to 
promote the mastery of written expression, and to foster a 
spirit of fellowship among students specializing in the En- 
glish language and literature. 

An activity of the fraternity this year was the sponsoring 
of a composition contest for Freshmen and a tutoring ser- 
vice for students having difficulty in one or more of their En- 
glish subjects. 



Sealed: Pam Smith, Mark Goldman, Sandy Sanlbrd, Miss Alva Rice. Ad- 
visor: Standing: Leslie Young. Dawn Wagner. Elaine Mueller. Sharon Av- 
ery, Sue Miller, Bonnie Zeek. Rulh Campbell. 




GAMMA THETA 
UPSILON 



Gamma Theta Upsilon, co-educational geography frater- 
nity, was organized to advance the professional study of ge- 
ography as a cultural disciphne and as a practical subject for 
study and investigation. The fraternity has estabhshed a 
Loan Fund and an annual $500 scholarship award to pro- 
mote graduate study in geography. 

Two annual activities of the fraternity include a geogra- 
phy symposium and a Spring banquet. 




Mr. Laucre McC\\iTe, Advisor: Chris Uowalski, Corresponding Secretary; 
Sam Weaver, Treasurer; Richard Leahy, President; Donna Reitz, Vice 
President. 



Front row: Gail Wisnesici, Ruth Neibert, Mary Ann Slazis; Second row: Ed 
Charles, Terry Robinson. Jeff Taylor: Third row: Art Steiner. Suzanne 
Bush; Last: Dr. Bruce Adams. 





Front row: Paul Fowler. Sandy Reichart, Jon Black; 
Second row: Rich Bailey, Sue Strine; Third row: 
Charles Shupe. Mr. Brian Johnson; Last: Mr. Don- 
ald Preston. 



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ALPHA PHI 
GAMMA 



Alpha Phi Gamma is the national honorary fraternity in 
Journalism. This newly formed group encourages interest in 
journalism, journalistic principles and communications 
among students"and faculty who are or who have been in- 
volved with mass communications. 

Projects this year include the sponsoring of creative ads in 
the college newspaper in support of the annual Bloodmo- 
bile visits and the sale of old Obiter photographs for five 
and ten cents. 

The fraternity is open, through invitation, to people who 
have served four semesters on one of the college publica- 
tions, or two semesters in an editorial position. 




Mary Lou Cavallini, Tom Matulis. Doug Hippenstiel, Paul Allan. 



Seated: Sharon Avery, Dawn Wagner. Eileen Gul- 
nac; Standing: Richie Benyo, Jim Rupert. Mr. 
Richard Savage, advisor. Gordon Swell, Scott Clarke. 




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Sealed: C.Devia\d. P. Meeker; From row (standing): S. Lynch, M. Malick. M. Williams. B. Matsko. M.Stef- 
fen. J. Moulder. B. Bornman. C. Gesalman. R. Campbell. K. Klinoff; Second row: Mr. Michael McHale. 
Advisor. H. Berkheiser. W. Laepple. D. Boyd. B. Hopkins. R. Walsh, D. Miller. 



ALPHA PSI OMEGA 



Alpha Psi Omega is organized to stimulate an interest in 
dramatic activities on campus, to secure for the college all 
the advantages and mutual helpfulness provided by a large 
national honorary fraternity, and, by the means of electing 
students to membership, to serve as a reward for their wor- 
thy efforts in participating in the plays staged by the dra- 
matic organizations of the college. 

Among the activities sponsored by the fraternity this year 
were guided tours of Haas Auditorium during Visit to a 
Small Planet, the sale of refreshments during Catch Me If 
You Can a Readers' Theatre presentation for the'felooms- 
burg Players and a Readers' Theatre presentation for town 
organizations. 



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SIGMA ALPHA ETA 



Sigma Alpha Eta, national speech and hearing fraternity, 
was organized to create and stimulate an interest among 
college students in speech pathology, audiology and educa- 
tion of the acoustically handicapped; to encourage profes- 
sional growth by providing learning experiences not offer- 
ed in the formal course structure; to foster a spirit of unity 
by coordinating the interests and efforts of persons with a 
common goal by offering opportunities for social and 
professional fellowship and by providing situations in 
which students and faculty may work together to advance 
the profession as a whole and to aid in public relations with 
other college and university departments and with local or- 
ganizations interested in knowing about speech pathology, 
audiology and education of the acoustically handicapped. 

Among the activities of the fraternity this year wre a hoa- 
gie stand at the Bloomsburg Fair, a Christmas Party for chil- 
dren with communication handicaps, an annual field trip, 
attendance at state and national conventions, a spring ban- 
quet and lectures throughout the year by experts from local, 
state and national levels. 




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Kneeling: Carol Bihier, Richard Strauch; Standing: Rick Maitland, Morley Kahoe, Lynne Guillory, Linda 
Morgan, William Merritt, Bob Hinkle, Treasurer, Joe Stigora, Eva Chitty, Betsy Ross. Jane Rompala, 
Linda Bell. 




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Carol Berry, Treasurer; Linda Cressman, First Vice President: Dorothy Smith, Historian; Karen Dowse, 
Corresponding Secretary; Nancy Strauss, President; Loumike, Mascot. 



LAMBDA ALPHA 
MU 



Lambda Alpha Mu, service sorority for women, is based on 
high ideals of service to the campus, community and world. The 
purpose of the sorority is to assemble college and university wom- 
en in the spirit of service to humanity. Their aimual events have 
included setting up facilities for graduation and Big Name Enter- 
tainment, a fund raising shoe shine, and supporting a Korean 
orphan. 




Standing: Elaine Onuschak. Diana Cray, Donna Carlson, Linda 
Oehlen, Louis Lupkin, Bette Harrison, Diane Boone, Susan 
Redline, Linda Starr, Debbie Runyan, Debbie Engleman, Ka- 
thy Ellmaker, Tracy Derenzis, Cheri Enslin, Linda Matti, Mon- 
lave Cavellero, Dawn Schulten, Jennifer Troutman, Ann Gil- 



martin, Gloria Postupak, Beth Crouthamel: Seated: Barbara 
Porreca, Susan Haupt, Sandy Ekberg, Nancy Thomas, Karen 
SoUiday, Susanne Olrich, Maureen McAndrew, Mary Walton, 
Prisilla Zimmerman. 



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ALPHA PHI OMEGA 



The purpose of Alpha Phi Omega, national service frater- 
nity for men, is to assemble college men in the fellowship of 
the Scout Oath and Law, to develop leadership, promote 
friendship, provide service to humanity, and to further the 
freedom that is our national, educational and intellectual 
heritage. 

Several of the fraternities' projects this year included ush- 
ering at college functions, participating in the Bloodmobile 
Drive, town beautification, guiding legislators about cam- 
pus, and in reading conferences. The fraternity also spon- 
sors one project per year which is UMOC, Ugly Man On 
Campus. 



Front row: C. Bowman, First Vice President: M. Mehring, President: W. Dorne- 
man. Third Vice President: Second row: B. Monie, Alumni Secretary; W. Evans, 
Corresponding Secrelary: T. Bailey, Recording Secretary: T. Bender, Second Vice 
Presideni: Third row: E. Hess, Historian: S. Foltz, Treasurer; T. Chase, IFC 
Representative. 




Front row: J. Riefenstahl, M. Mehring, W. 
Bennett, W. Domeman, J. Prokay; Second 
row: C. Bowman, D. Crim, E. Hess, P. Con- 
stantine, T. Bender, D. Dreisher; Third row: J. 
Meehan, T. Bailey, S. Foltz, C. Bowman, D. 
Klinger, E. Cioffi, K. Splitt; Fourth row: P. 
Marycz, L. George, T. Chase, J. Walchonski, 
B. Stroble, W. Evans, J. SprouU, D. Dibble; 
Top: T. Irwin, Mr. Self, Advisor. 



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Ow/er arc; Jesse Kiesge. Daryl Swan, Greg Berger. Dave Allen. Bob Die- 
trich, Frank Yartz, Mike DeFrancisco Sergeant at Arms. Frank Hagen- 
baugh, Don Schafdler, Tom Weikel, Dan Flounders, Mike Rank. Klike 
Bamhart; Second arc: John Dargis, Craig Shotwell, Fred Kressler, Bill 
Giarmetla, Jim Thomas; Third arc: Rich Holly, Ron Singer, Walt Fischl; 



Fourth arc: Dr. Gilbert Selders. Advisor. Roy Smay. Craig Harding, John 
Dacostino, Pete Hanzlick; Inner arc: Mike Cunningham, i'ice President, 
Jim Dulaney, Treasurer. A\ March. Historian. Nelson Ramont, President. 
Dennis Siegmann, Secretary. 



DELTA OMEGA CHI 



Delta Omega Chi is dedicated to brotherhood, schol- 
arship and courage among men. This year they entered a 
float in the Homecoming parade and their queen was 
among the five finalists. The brothers also went halloween- 
ing collecting presents and about $100 which was given to 
Danville State Hospital's needy children, and co-sponsored 
the Jay and the Techniques Concert Dance. 



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Dr. William L. Jones, Advisor. 



BETA SIGMA 
DELTA 



Beta Sigma Delta seeks to promote a healthy social cli- 
mate, to expand opportunities for social activities on cam- 
pus, and to instill unity, brotherhood, school spirit and 
scholarship. 

Activities this year included co-sponsoring Jay and the 
Techniques, participation in Greek Week, entering teams in 
various intramural and inter-fraternity competition and an 
Hawaiian Party. 




Dennis Lesko, PresiJeni; Bob Wynne, Corresponding Secretary: Ed Aus- 
tin, Secretary; George Chellew, Vice President; Stanley Swist, Treasurer 




Front row (seated): Buddy Steppling, Bruce Krammes, Rich Anderson, Art 
Worley; Second row: Dave McDermott, Paul Monaghan. Bill Jones, Bill 
Lewis, Dick Metzgar, John Parker; Third row: Steve Jones, John Perry. Bill 



Murray, Joe Walton, Gene Gruber. Fred Garvey, Al Orth: Fourth row: 
John Dasch, Walt Kearney, John Charles. Jim McSurdy, Denny Byrne, 
Rober Zeisloft. 



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D. Shell, Treasurer: D. Bobila, Recording Secretary; J. Deardorff, President; R, Hess, lice President; Dr. 
Robert Warren, Advisor. 



SIGMA IOTA OMEGA 




T. Pusatari, B. High, R. Anstead, P. Toto, L. Diehl, B. Mastropiatrs, J. Wallace. L. Monighan, D. Arnold, J. 
Williams, F. DeAndrea. 



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D. Boster, IFC Representative; 
J. Bonacci, Historian: J. Black, 
Corresponding Secretary; P. 
Slaven, Pledge 
Master. 



Front row (seated): F. Mastroianni, B. Deubler, R. Shultz. G. Yockey. C. 
Mannings; Second row: J. Carney, R. Wilson, R. Bergey, A. Sell. R. Gibble, 
B. Moul. 



Sigma Iota Omega, or SIO as it is commonly known, is 
the pioneer of the social fraternity movement. Sigma Iota 
Omega (originally standing for the Social Improvement Or- 
ganization) maintains its initial objective of improving and 
continuing a social atmosphere that will enable students to 
experience a well-rounded college education. Of utmost 
concern to the fraternity itself is a sincere interest to per- 
petuate a strong and unified brotherhood. 

SIO was honored with first place in this year's Home- 
coming float contest. Other annual events in which they 
participated were the annual spring party, alumni banquet 
over Homecoming weekend, a spring banquet in honor of 
graduating seniors and various inter-fraternity activities. 




Joe Gerst 



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PHI SIGMA 
XI 



Phi Sigma Xi is dedicated to the encouragement of scho- 
lastic and social achievements. Several activities of the fra- 
ternity this year included a Valentine's Dance, partici- 
pation in the inter-fraternity Greek Week, numerous so- 
cial events for the Brothers, school intramurals and the 
Mock Republican Convention. 




From row Kneeling: Pete Gatski, John Hutching, Neil McSweeny, Bruce 
Bendle, Thomas Troup, James Flynn, David Blackman, Bob Shultz, Jack 
Wyhe. Randall Roberts. Jeffery Miller, Jack Graff, Lester Jones; Second 
row: John Dilter, John Buowell. Gar)' Schmidt, Mike Schinsley, Rich 



Dura, Richard Bush, Carl Urbus, Daniel Murphy. James Bubb, Roger Le- 
nowsky, Ron Koshlack; Third row: Llyod Lisk, David Price, Joe 
Lauginiger. 



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Left side back to front: Richard Strouckl, Joe Sligora. Bernard Gavlick, 
Kerry Hoffman, Jim Rupert; Semi-circle: Jack Paciotti. Jim Owen, 
Larry Maver, Jeff Prosseda, Jim Shaughnessy, Len Panlowski, Paul 
Wisda, Steve Messner, William Hitchings, Paul Walters, Ed Barrett, Ron 



Wilcha, Warren Schrepple, Joe O'Neill, Bob Shively, Fred Richards, 
Frank Callahan; Right side (standing front to back): Larry Phillips, Wally 
Smith, Tom Pratico, Nick Torano, Larry Gegusis. 



DELTA PI 



Delta Pi exists to encourage qualities of individuality, self- 
confidence and overall gentlemanly character. Socially, they 
strive to improve college life through f'und-raising events 
that provide a service to the college community, and activi- 
ties of an entertaining nature that promise to provide the 
Brotherhood with lifelong memories. 

Among the activities in which the fraternity participated 
this year were the annual book exchange. Homecoming 
weekend social affairs, a banquet at Magee Hotel, a barn 
party, spring picnic, Greek Week, and monthly social 
functions. 



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DELTA EPSILON 
BETA 



Delta Epsilon Beta is a social sorority whose activities this 
year have included the Winter Pledge Formal at Briar 
Heights Lodge, supporting a child through the Pearl Buck 
Foundation, a concession stand at home basketball games 
and wrestling meets and a spring banquet. 




Center: Debbie Jones. Presidenl: Right side (front to back): Carol Gibiser. 
Vice Presidenl I: Brenda Witman. Recording Secretary: Ruth Hoons. His- 
torian: Gina Hitcho. Sergeant-at-arms: Left side (front to hack): Carole 
Lappen. Vice President II: Fran Handy. Corresponding Secretary; Kae 
Gaugh, Treasurer; Becky Ward, Songmaster. 




Gail Logan, Betsy Ross. Gloria Malnar. Linda Hellerman, Barb KJepac, Carol Gibiser, Fran Handy, Becky 
Ward. 



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From row (sealed): Vicki Gross, Kathy Welsh; Second row: Cathy Snyder, 
Gina Hitcho, Kathy Colihan. Jo-Ellen Walsh; Third row: Joan Kellv, Rob- 
in Rothe, Ginny Piledggi, Linda Baker. 





Left side (from to back): Kathy Dagger, Sue Mazur, Donna Benjamim, 
Ruth Koons, Bonnie Rineheimer, Brenda Witman. Donna Kennedy; 
Cenler: Debbie Jones; Righl side (from to back): Carol Bihler, Gail Binns, 
Phyllis Repp. Lois Gonaver, Carole Lappen, Kae Gaugh, Donna Buro. 



TA U SIGMA PI 



Tau Sigma Pi this year co-sponsored a "Slop Dance" and 
participated in the Greek Week activities. As a new sorority 
they are still on probationary statue. Like other Bloomsburg 
sororities, they hope to encourage and promote additional 
opportunities for social development on campus, recognize 
and sustain high intellectual standards in the classroom, 
and cultivate the moral, spiritual and cultural values of the 
campus. 



THETA 

GAMMA 

PHI 



Among Theta Gamma Phi's many activities this year 
were participation in the Mock Republican Convention, a 
Mixer with Tau Delta Phi of Penn State University, partici- 
pation in Greek Week, a dinner dance, a hayride, participa- 
tion in UMOC, a Fashion show fund raising event, a ban- 
quet and the sponsoring of a Homecoming float and queen 
candidate. 




From row: Donna Baun. President, There- 
sa Horvath, Carolyn Cundiff, Kate Hos- 
pidor; Second row: Priscilla Spevak, Vice 
President, Connie Lowe, Jeanette Hall. 
Frances Arre, Corresponding Secretary, 
Peggy Rood. Diarist, Helen Olanivich, 
Linda Daughterly; Third row: Helen Mc- 
Andrews, Linda Verano. Treasurer, Mrs. 
Margaret Lauer. Advisor. 




Front: Miss Sarah Jeffrey. Advisor with Habiba, mascot: First row: Cherie Goodovan, Sharon Gottstein, 
Bemie Obzut, Glenanne Ziegenfuse, Joanne Kapcia; Second row: Kathy DiPippa, Peggy Welsh, Cris 
Gruss, Karen Saunders. Cindy Fischer, Marsha Henderson. Mary Alice Kwasnoski, Nancy Lefko, Jene 
Whitmare, Linda Lyle. Nancy Dornheim. 




Pledges: Front row: Joan Stepanitis, Lovey Kompenski, Carol Rees; Sec- 
ond row: Sharon Kraft. Ruth Kens. Joyce Chapin, Candy Heath, Beth 
Wolfe, Kathy Sandlin, Cinde Rogers. 



Front row: Judy Henry. Corresponding Secretary: Terry Valente. Vice Pres- 
ident; Nancy Geiger, President: Marsha Carpenter. Recording Secretary; 
Second row: Boby Lou Cramer, Treasurer; Kathy Mullin. Conductress; 
Sylvia Bobbick, Historian. 





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enjoy it good, you're going . . ." 

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". . . the fun, the pleasure, the excitement, the 
glory of the victories, and possibly the agony of 
the defeat. May there be many more like this 
one ..." 

Maroon and Gold, Vol. XL VI 




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Mary Ann Sauers, Sharon Bergeron, Susan Miller, Mary Molacavage. 




Sally Ertwine, Timothy Hoffman, Virginia Curry. 



Who's Who 

Each year a number of seniors are selected for inclusion in the publica- 
tion WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS in AMERICAN UNI- 
VERSITIES and COLLEGES, national directory of distinguished stu- 
dents throughout the nation. Choice is made by the Deans and Directors 
on the basis of demonstrated ability, scholastic achievement, personal 
traits, leadership, potential usefulness to society, and professional promise. 




James Worth, Gary Shuey, 
Joyce Johnson. Sherrell 
Fruit. 




The Pilot, Vol. 40, 1967-68. p. 92. 



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Robert Gibble, Patrick Colgan. Steven Messner, Stan- 
ley Kucharski. 





Douglas Freeby. Gail Wagner. Lyle Slack. 






John Ondish, Thomas Free. 



Douglas Hippenstiel, Mark Goldman. 




S'evonn Fecher. Christine Kowalski. Leahetta Tavlor. 



JOSEPH ALANSKY 
Mahonoy City, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 

HAROLD J. ALBERTSON 
Orangeville. Pa 

Secondary— Mathematics 

PAUL M. ALLEN 

Athens, Pa. 

Secondary— Social Studies 

STEVEN L ALPER 
Philadelphia. Pa. 
Secondary— History 



MARY JO ALTER 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Elementary 

SUSAN M. ALTHOUSE 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Special Education— Speech Correc- 



KATHARINA M. AMACHER 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Elementary— French 

SUSAN E. ANDERSON 
Shamokin, Pa. 
Elementary— Psychology 




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SHIRLEY L ANSPACH 

Riverside, Pa. 

Elementary— Physical Education 

ELAINE C. ASH 
Old Forge, Pa. 
Elementary— English 



ANE MARIE ATEN 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Elementary 

MARCIA AUDELEWICZ 
Plymouth, Pa. 
Elementary- Art 



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JEAN T. AUSTIN 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Elementary— Psychology 

JOSEPH T. AUSTIN 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Elementary 



JOHN M. AUTEN 
Sunbury, Pa. 
Secondary— Spanish 

SHARON L. AVERY 
Berwick, Pa. 
Secondary— English 




BRUCE A. BACHART 
Weatherly. Pa. 
Elementary— Mathematics 

SUSAN A. BAKER 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Elementary— Spanish 

DAVID L. BALL 
Wyoming, Pa. 

Secondary-Geography and Earth 
and Space Science 

CHRISTOPHER J. BANDY 
Cherry Hill, N.J. 
Secondary— History 



SHERYL J. BANKES 
Rock Glen. Pa. 
Elementary— Geography 

THOMAS A. BARADZIEJ 
West Hazleton, Pa. 
Secondary— Biology 

THERESA A. BARAN 
Wilkes Barre, Pa. 
Elementary— Psychology 

BERNARD M. BARANOWSKI 

Kulpmont, Pa. 
Secondary— Mathematics 




ELAINE BARLOW 
Norwood, Pa. 
Secondary— English 

JOHN R. BARNO 

Jim Thorpe, Pa. 

Special Education— Speech Correction 



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BARBARA BARTUSZEWSKI 

Dunmore, Pa. 

Special Education— Special Education 

ALBERT J. BASILE 

Stowe, Pa. 

Secondary— Social Studies 

JEANNE M. BASTA 

Old Forge, Pa. 

Special Education— Speech Correction 



DARLENE A. BASTRESS 
Northumberland, Pa. 
Arts & Sciences-Sociology 

ALLEN G. BAUM 
Hazleton. Pa. 
Elementary- French 

FREDERICK T, BAUSCH 
Allentown, Pa. 
Secondary— Physics 




CYNTHIA M. BEAHM 
Bethlehem, Pa. 
Business— General 

ROSE M. BEDNARCZYK 

Shamokin, Pa. 

Secondary— Earth & Space Science 

THOMAS R. BENDER 

Riverside, Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— Biology 

MARY ANN V. BENICK 
Glen Lvon, Pa. 
Secondary— English 



RICHARD S. BENYO 

Jim Thorpe, Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— English 

SHARON L. BERGERON 
Hazleton, Pa. 
Secondary— Speech 

HENRY E. BERNATONIS 
Shenandoah, Pa. 
Secondary— English 

BARBARA A. BERRIGAN 
Williamsport. Pa. 
Secondary— Enghsh 




LINDA L. BERRY 
Williamsport, Pa. 
Elementary— Psychology 

JOHN W. BILDER 
Danville, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 



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SANDRA L. BIRD 

Ashland. Pa. 
Business— General 

ROBERT P. BIRTLEY 

Bloomsburg. Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— Physics 

HAROLD L. BITLER 
Danville, Pa. 
Secondary— Social Studies 

JOY A. BITLER 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Elementary— Music 



BARBARA A BLAETZ 
Oreland, Pa. 
Elementary— Psychology 

GARY LEE BLOOM 
Sunbury. Pa. 
Secondary- English 

CAROL A. BOBERSKY 

Berwick, Pa. 
Secondary— Spanish 

DENNIS J. BOBITA 

Palmerton, Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— Chemistry 




DIANE M. BOONE 

Waynesboro, Pa. 

Special Education— Speech Correction 

ROBERT E. BOOSE 



api»-v Levittown, Pa. 

^- Business— Accounting 



ALEXANDER F. BORYS 
Carbondale. Pa. 
Secondary— Spanish 

LEONARD C. BOSTIAN 
Sunbury, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 



SANDRA M. BOTT 
Hazleton, Pa. 
Secondary— English 

DAVID W. BOWEN 
Frackville, Pa. 
Secondary— Biology 



185 



THOMAS E. BRANN 
Canton, Pa. 
Secondary— Spanish 

JOHN A. BRENNAR 
Bloomsburg. Pa. 
Secondary— History 

NANCY K. BRICKER 
Ambler, Pa. 

Special Education-Special 
Education 

ROBERT BRIDGE 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Business- Accounting 



JOYCE E. BROBST 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Secondary— Biology 

JOHN R. BROSIUS 
Sunbury, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 

CHARLES J. BROWN 
Danville. Pa. 
Secondary— Mathematics 

KENNETH H. BROWN 
Tamaqua, Pa. 
Secondary— Mathematics 



MARY K. BOWEN 

Manchester, Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— Psychology 

JUDITH A. BOWER 
Berwick, Pa. 
Elementary 



BARRY N. BOWERS 
Shamokin. Pa. 
Business— Accounting 

JUDY A. BOWMAN 
MillviUe, Pa. 
Elementary— Spanish 




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VIRGINIA A. BROWN 

New Cumberland, Pa. 
Elementary— Social Studies 

JANINE R. BRUNNER 

Allentown, Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— English 




JOSEPH C. CAPPELLO 

Mcadoo, Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— Political Science 




RALPH M. CARDAMONE 
McAdoo, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 

TERRY M. CARVER 

Telford. Pa. 

Secondary-History & Government 



EILEEN M. BRUSKO 

Egypt, Pa. 
Elementary— Spanish 

JOAN A. BUONASSISI 
Horsham. Pa. 
Elementary— Geography 

LAWRENCE B. BURRIS 

Hershey. Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— Social Sciences 



SUZANNE M. BUSH 
Boyertown. Pa. 
Elementary 



GLEONARD E. BYERS 
Milton, Pa. 
Secondary— Biology 

DENNIS W. BYRNE 
Mahanoy City, Pa. 
Arts & Sciences— English 

RUTH A. CAMPBELL 
Danville, Pa. 
Secondary- English 

JOANNE K. CANTARELLA 
Dunmore, Pa. 
Elementary— Spanish 



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NOELLE A. CASSARELLA 
Hazleton, Pa. 
Secondary- French 

MARY LOU R. CAVALLINI 
Bloomsburg. Pa. 
Elementar>'-English 

CAROL A. CAVANAUGH 
Clarks Summit, Pa. 
Secondary— English 

LOUIS R. CENTRELLA 
Drexel Hill. Pa. 
Secondary— English 



THERESA M. CERASARO 
West Hazleton, Pa. 
Secondary- Mathematics 

THOMAS M. CESARINI 

Mocanaqua. Pa. 

Arts & Sciences-Social Studies 



BARBARA G. CHANDLER 
Dre.xel Hill, Pa. 
Elementary-Spanish 

EDWIN K. CHARLES 
Middleburg, Pa. 
Secondary— Geography 




GEORGE E. CHELLEW 
Hummelstown. Pa. 
Secondary— Mathematics 

AUDREY M. CHMARNEY 

Pittston, Pa. 

Elementary 



SANDRA J. CLANCY 
Levittown, Pa. 
Elementary— Psychology 

SCOTT L. CLARKE 

Nanticoke, Pa. 
Secondary— English 



ANNE E. CLEMENS 
Elizabethtown, Pa. 
Elementary 

CLAUDE A. COCCODRILLI 

Scranton, Pa. 

Special Education-Special Education 




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GEORGE R. COLESTOCK 

Harrishurg. Pa. 
Elementary— Social Studies 

PATRICK F. COLGAN 
Carbondale, Pa. 
Business— Accounlino 



EDWARD A. COLLIER 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 

RICHARD P. CONNER 

Bloomsburg, Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— Mathematics 




PETER J. CONSTANTINE 

Hatboro, Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— Biology 

MARGARET A. COPELAND 

Coatesville, Pa. 

Elementary 

LISBETH D. COPES 
Bloomsburg. Pa. 
Elementary 

JANE J. COTNER 
Montandon, Pa. 
Secondary-Social Studies 



SHIRLEY CRAWLEY 
Hughesville, Pa. 
Elementary 

DIANA M. CRAY 

New Milford. N.J. 
^■ Elementary— Art 

JOSEPHINE L. CROSBY 
Levittown. Pa. 
Elementary 

MARY E. CROUTHAMEL 

Buckingham, Pa. 
Elementary— Mathematics 




MELODY C. CRUYS 
Grantville, Pa, 
Business— Secretarial 

VICKI F. CULTON 
Williamstown, Pa. 
Elementary— French 

VIRGINIA M CURRY 
Ertwinna. Pa. 
Elementary— P.sychology 



CARYL C. CUSTER 
Ephrata, Pa. 
Secondary— English 

JOAN L. CUSTER 
Revere, Pa. 
Elementary— Psychology 

JOHN J. DACOSTINO 
Hazlelon, Pa. 
Secondary— Hi.story 



RAY A. DALLABRIDA 

Kulpmont, Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— Natural Sciences 

RALPH G. DAMICO 
Dunmore, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 

M.ARIANN DANIEL 

Crantord. N.J. 
Secondary— English 




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RICHARD C. DAVIES 
Kingston, Pa. 
Secondary— English 

BETSY DAVIS 
Jenkintown, Pa. 
Elementary 

FLO L. DAVIS 
Milford, N.J. 
Elementary 

RONALD H. DAVIS 
Danville, Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— Business 
Economics 



DIANE W. DAWSON 
Watsontown, Pa. 
Secondary— Biology 

JOSEPH M. DEARDORFF 

Harrisburg, Pa. 
Business— Secretarial 

MICHAEL DEFRANCISCO 

Bethlehem, Pa. 
Special Education— Speech 
Correction 

JOHN M. DELLOS 
Scranton, Pa. 
Elementary— Psychology 




PATRICIA J. DERR 

Milton. Pa. 

Secondary— Earth & Space Science 

GERALD O, DEVLIN 
Espy, Pa. 
Elementary— Geography 



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CAROLE I. DIETICH 

Drexel Hill Pa. 
SecondaPf— Social Studies 

EDWARD P. DIETRICH 
Easton, Pa. 
Business— General 

LINDA K DIETZ 
Riverside. Pa. 
Secondary— Physics 

SALLY E. DILCHER 
Pottsville, Pa. 

Special Education— Speech 
Correction 



NANCY J. DIMTER 
Langhome. Pa. 
Secondary— Mathematics 

ANTOINETTE T. DIPIERRO 
Roseto. Pa. 
Secondary— Mathematics 

KATHLEEN A. DOAN 
Osceola. Pa. 
Business— General 

JUDITH A. DOBB 
Milton. Pa. 
Elementary 




LLOYD W. DOLETSKI 
Shikshmny. Pa. 
Secondary-Chemistry 

MICHAEL E. DOWNS 
Bloomsburg. Pa. 
Business— Accounting 



DAVID L. DUCHON 

Shamokin. Pa. 

Secondary— Earth & Space Science 

NANCY J. DUKE 

Jenkmtown, Pa. 

Special Education-Special Education 



M. ANN DUNKLEBARGER 
Centre Hall. Pa. 
Elementary— Psychology 

JEAN A. DUNN 
Berwick, Pa. 
Elementary- Biology 



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NANCY A. ENNIS 
Williamsport, Pa. 
Elementary— English 

CARL J. ERB 
Danville, Pa. 
Secondary— French 

MARY A. ERNEST 
Berwick, Pa. 
Elementary— Spanish 

DANA R. ERNEY 
Harrisburg. Pa. 
Secondary— Social Studies 



SALLY L. ERTWINE 
Fairless Hills. Pa. 
Elementary— English 

JACK R. EVANS 
Emponum. Pa. 
Secondary— Mathematics 

JANET R. EVANS 
Danville, Pa. 
Business— General 

JOAN B. EVANS 
Nescopeck, Pa. 
Business 



CONSTANCE E. EATON 
Eldred, Pa. 
Business— Secretarial 

TERRY S. EDDINGER 
Leesport, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 



DIANE M. EDUNK 
West Wvoming. Pa. 
Secondary- Mathematics 

JOANN EISTER 
Lavelle, Pa. 
Elementary 




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PAMELA M. EVANS 
Ashland. Pa. 
Secondary— English 

KATHLEEN J. EVER 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Business— Secretarial 





GERTRUDE B. FERGUSON 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Elementary— Social Studies 

FRANK J. FERRARI 
Mount Carmel, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 



FREDERICK M. FERTIG 

Kulpsville, Pa. 

Special Education— Speech Correction 

THOMAS R. FIOREY 
Shamokin. Pa. 
Secondary— Biology 



JOHN J. FALATOVICH 

Mahanoy City. Pa. 
Secondary— French 

JOHN V. FARRELLY 
West Mifflin, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 

SANDRA E. FASSANO 
Danville. Pa. 
Secondary— English 

ACE T. FAUST 
Weatherly, Pa. 
Elementary— Geography 



ADRIENNE L. FAY 
Ridgway. Pa. 
Elementary— English 

STEVONN E. FECHER 
Berwick, Pa. 
Secondary- French 

EVELYN K. FEDIN 
Berwick, Pa. 
Secondary-Social Studies 

DONNA L. FENSTERMACHER 
Northumberland, Pa. 
Secondary— Mathematics 



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O ixteen seasons have passed at Bloomsburg, and 
with them the turmoil and chaos of numerous 
storms as well as days of calmness and quiet sol- 
itude. But the rains have washed a newness into 
everything, and have served to clear away some of 
the uncertainty and add to the growth that a per- 
son cannot help hut feel, whether pacing the 
warm hallways or the chilly campus. 

Something has grown where there was nothing 
before. And incessant feet trace and re-trace their 
path, each leaving a mark of its passing— a little 
skuff on the floor, a little chip from the sidewalk, 
a toe-print stamped forever in the ever-changing 
mud or dirt of construction, of growth— both 
physically and mentally. 





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WALTER E. FISCHL 

Allentown, Pa. 

Secondary— Earth & Space Science 

JEFFREY L. FISHER 
Glenside. Pa. 
Business— Accounting 

NANCY A. FISHER 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Elementary— Mathematics 

RODDY A. FISHER 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Secondary- English 



JEANETTE O. FLAD 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Secondary— Biology 

NEIL T. FLEISCHER 
Lebanon, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 

JUDITH H. FOLEY 
Bethlehem, Pa. 
Secondary— French 

LAWRENCE F. FORAN 
Hazleton, Pa. 
Secondary— Social Studies 




DAVID M. FORNEY 
Catawissa, Pa. 
Secondary- Biology 

RICHARD W. FOUST 

Danville. Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— Social Studies 



PAUL D. FOWLER 
Berwick, Pa. 
Elementary- Geography 

GHISLAINE L. FRANCIS 
Berwick, Pa. 
Secondary— French 



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THOMAS W. FREE 
KintnersviUe, Pa. 
Secondary— Social Studies 

DOUGLAS L. FREEBY 

Lehighton, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 



GARY L FREED 
Red Hill, Pa. 
Business— General 

JOHN W. FREY 
Plymouth, Pa. 
Secondary- Biology 




SHERRELL A. FRUIT 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Special Education— Special 
Education 

LINDA L. FRYLING 
Williamsport, Pa. 
Elementary 

KAREN L. FULMER 
Northumberland, Pa. 
Elementary— History 

RONALD D. FUNK 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Secondary— Geography 



STEVAN A. GALBREATH 

Bloomsburg, Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— History 

JUNE L. GALLO 
Northumberland, Pa. 
Elementary— Psychology 

RICHARD G. GARMAN 

Riverside, Pa. 
Arts & Sciences— Business 
Accounting 

KIS-LYN L. GARMAN 
Millersburg, Pa. 
Elementary 




BERNARD J GAVLICK 
Wyoming, Pa. 
Secondary— Spanish 

JANET C. GEHLHAUS 
Flourtown, Pa. 
Elementary— French 



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IVlany of the historical monuments of Blooms- 
burg State College have been relegated to dust, 
while the appearance of many others has been 
changed bv an alteration in the once familiar 
backdrops, Senior walk stands sentinel to the site 
of Noetling Hall. The onlv remaining relic from 
old Noetling is the mosaic glasswork that was 
preserved and placed in the western entrance to the 
new Harvey A. Andruss Library, where they are 
guarded by a row of stainless steel soldiers; before, 
they were championed by a pair of stony-maned 
lions. 

But Senior Walk, with or without its lions, 
serves as a continuing link between Carver Hall, 
the college symbol, and Waller Hall, the once titan 
dormitory now dwarfed by the Wood Street Dor- 
mitory next door. The old must ultimately die so 
the college may continue to live. 





199 



CONNIE J. GEISER 
Potts Grove, Pa. 
Elemenlary 

JOHN GENOA, JR. 
Danville, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 

ROCCO P. GENTELE 
Hazleton, Pa. 
Business— General 



JOSEPH P. GENTILE 

Carbondale, Pa. 

Secondary— Earth & Space Science 

LARRY W. GEORGE 

Catawissa, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 

ROGER L. GEORGE 

Palmerton, Pa. 
Secondary— Physics 




DAVID V. GERHARD 
Berwick, Pa. 
Elementary— Art 

ELIZABETH Y. GERRITY 
Clarke Summit, Pa. 
Business— Business Education 

JOSEPH M. GERST 
Danville, Pa. 
Elementary 

CAROL R. GESALMAN 
Greensburg, Pa. 
Special Education— Special 
Education 



ROBERT J. GIBBLE 
Reading, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 

KATHRYN E GIGER 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Secondary— Biology 

MARGARET J. GOLI 'EN 
Friendsville, Pa. 
Business— Secretarial 

MARK S. GOLDMAN 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Arts & Sciences— English 







NAN C. GOOD 

Manchester, Pa. 

Special Education-Special Education 

RUTH E. GORDNER 
Orangeville, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 

CARL A. GORDON 
Lake Ariel, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 




CHARLES J. GRECO, JR. 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Elementary— Geography 

DONNA M. GRECO 

Mount Carmel. Pa. 
Elementary— English 

CHARLOTTE M. GREEN 
Factoryville, Pa. 
Elementary 

CECELLA H. GREENAWAY 
Berwick, Pa. 

Special Education— Special 
Education 



GENE C. GRUBER 
Boyertown, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 

LARRY A. GRUGAN 
Shamokin Dam, Pa 
Business— Accounting 

RONALD D. GRUTZA 
Shenandoah, Pa. 
Secondary— History 

JOSEPH J. GUBERNOT 
Shamokin, Pa. 
Elementary-Geography 




EILEEN J. GULNAC 
Ridgway. Pa. 
Elementary 

MICHAEL L. GUNDEL 
Pine Grove, Pa. 
Secondary— German 



PAUL S. HACKENBERRY 

Burnham, Pa. 

Secondary- Earth & Space Science 

KATHLEEN ANN HAFTKE 
Horsham, Pa. 
Elementary— French 



FRANK V. HAGENBAUGH 
Levittown, Pa. 
Secondary— History 

GLENN E. HALTERMAN 
Danville, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 



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MARIAN R. HARRIS 
Orangeville, Pa. 
Secondary— Spanish 

NANCY L. HARRIS 
Bangor, Pa. 
Secondary— English 

CAROL A. HARTER 

Berwick, Pa. 
Elementary 

JANE E. HARTMAN 

Catawissa. Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— Humanities 



RICHARD L. HARTMAN 
Benton. Pa. 
Elementary— Mathematics 

TERENCE T. H.ATCH 
Schuylkill Haven, Pa. 
Secondary— English 

DOROTHY M. HAUBER 
Lansdale, Pa. 
Elementary 

LORETTA H. HAUSER 
Catasqua, Pa. 
Business— Secretarial 



RONALD E. HAND 
Northumberland, Pa. 
Arts & Sciences-Chemistry 

ELWOOD R. HARDING 

Bloomsburg. Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— Mathematics 



JOYCE Z. HARDING 
MillviUe, Pa. 
Elementarv— Geography 

MARGARET C. HARER 

South Williamsport, Pa. 

Special Education— Special Education 




204 



DENNIS H. HEATON 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— Business Economics 




ROBERT R. HINKLE 

Frackville. Pa. 

Special Education— Speech Correction 

DOUGLAS C. HIPPENSTIEL 
Light Street, Pa 
Secondary— Enghsh 



SUSAN E. HEIM 
Kingston. Pa. 

Special Education— Teaching 
of the Mentally Retarded 

MARY E. HEITZ 
Columbia, Pa. 
Business— Secretarial 

LINDA M. HELMER 
Jim Thorpe, Pa. 
Secondary— English 

DIANE M. HENRY 
Danville. Pa. 
Elementary— French 



SHIRLEY L. HERB 

Northumberland, Pa. 
Elementary 

RICHARD C. HERMAN 
Sunbury, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 

RENEE A. HEUPCKE 
Sugarloaf, Pa. 
Elementary— Social Studies 

SANDRA J. HICKMAN 

Fort Wayne, Indiana 
Elementary 



205 



(..i;RARD M. HISTED 
Archbald, Pa. 
Secondary— History 

BEVERLY A. HOANZL 
Allenlown, Pa. 
Eiementary— Spanish 

SHARON L. HODGETT 
Williamsport, Pa. 
Elementary— Geography 

JANE E. HOFF 
Towanda, Pa. 
Special Education-Speech 
Correction 



CYNTHIA D. HOFFMAN 
Glen Rock. Pa. 
Secondary- Mathematics 

TIMOTHY J. HOFFMAN 

Bloomsburg, Pa. 

Secondary- Physics & Mathematics 

BARBARA G. HOGAN 
Sunbury, Pa. 
Elementary— Spanish 

SUSAN HOKE 
Newport. Pa. 
Elementary 




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JOHN E. HOLLIS 

Freeland. Pa. 

Secondary— Earth & Space Science 

DEE A. HOLLOW AY 

Allentown, Pa. 

Secondary- Earth & Space Science 



RICHARD L. HOLLY 
Scranton. Pa. 
Business— Accounting 

SUZY E. HOLMES 

Stillwater. Pa. 
Secondary— Mathematics 



WILLIAM T. HONTZ 
Shaverton. Pa. 
Secondary— Biology 

JAMES A. HOOSTY 
Berwick, Pa. 
Secondary— English 




206 




GEORGE E. HOPKINS 
Feasterville, Pa. 
Secondary— Mathematics 

PATRICIA M. HORAN 

Levittown. Pa. 
Elementarv— Social Sciences 



DONA M. HOUCK 

Bloomsburg, Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— French 

MICHAEL J. HOUGHTON 

Williamsport, Pa. 
Secondary— Mathematics 




DOUGLAS A. HOUSER 

New Ringgold, Pa. 
Secondary— History 

SANDRA J. HOUSER 
Forty Fort, Pa. 
Elementary— German 

ALBERT HOWELL 
Avoca, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 

JANICE A. HOWELL 
Clarks Summit, Pa. 
Elementary— Art 



MARY V. HOWER 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Secondary— English 

CARMEN L. HUBER 
Montoursville, Pa. 
Secondary— French 

JOYCE ANN HUBLER 
Gordon. Pa. 
Secondary— Mathematics 

JEFFREY D. HULL 

Rockaway, N.J. 
Secondary— Social Studies 




LINDA A. HUMMEL 
Berwick, Pa. 
Business— General 

BARBARA A. HURLEY 
Pottstown, Pa. 
Elementary— English 



207 



MARY L, HUTCHISON 
Monloursville. Pa. 
Secondary— Mathematics 

SANDRA K. INGRAM 
Hershev, Pa. 
Elementary 

JOSEPH A. IWANSKI 
Kulpmont, Pa. 
Secondary— English 



JOANNE JACKSON 

Allentown, Pa. 

Special Education— Special Education 

WAYNE J. JOHN 
Plymouth Meeting. Pa. 
Secondary— Mathematics 

JERRI L. JOHNSON 

Stroudsburg, Pa. 
Secondary— English 




JOYCE C. JOHNSON 

Muncy, Pa. 

Arts & Sciences-Sociology 

PATRICIA C. JOHNSON 
Spring Mills, Pa. 
Elementary-Mathematics 

BRITT H. JONES 

Mountaintop, Pa. 

Arts & Sciences- Biology 

DAVID A. JONES 
Newport. Pa. 
Arts & Sciences-Business 
Economics 



LESTER G. JONES 

Bloomsburg. Pa, 

Arts & Sciences- Sociology 

MARY A. JONES 
Plymouth. Pa. 
Elementary— Social Sciences 

RICHARD B, JONES 

Kingston, Pa. 

Secondary— History & Government 



STEPHEN D. JONES 
Lewisburg, Pa. 
Secondary- Social Studies 




ELIZABETH A. JOYCE 
Rosemont. Pa. 
Elementary 

KAREN A. KALLAY 

Wayne. Pa. 

Special Education-Speech Correction 




LOUIS J. KARAS 
Catawissa, Pa. 
Secondary—Social Studies 

BETTY W. KARSCHNER 

Benton, Pa. 

Elementary 

FRANK S. KASHIMBA 

Hazleton, Pa. 

Arts & Sciences-Biology 

RONALD G KASHLAK 
Nesquehoning, Pa. 
Secondary— English 



GAIL O. KAUFFMAN 
Mifflintown. Pa. 
Special Education— Speech 
Correction 

WALTER J. KEARNEY 
Levittown, Pa. 
Elementary— History 

HOWARD V. KEARNS 
Shamokin. Pa. 
Secondary- English 

RICHARD J. KEEFE 
Bloomsburg. Pa. 
Business— General 




WILLARD F. KELCHNER 

Beach Haven, Pa. 

Secondary— Geography and Earth & Space Science 

BETTY R. KELLER 

Bloomsburg. Pa. 
Secondary— English 



MARY K. KELLER 
MontoursviUe, Pa. 
Elementary— Psychology 

WILLIAM C. KERSTETTER 

Shamokm, Pa. 

Arts & Sciences- English 



DOROTHY J. KESSLER 

Danville, Pa. 

Special Education— Special Education 

ALBERT E. KIESKI 
Mount Carmel. Pa. 
Secondary— Social Studies 



209 



BARBARA L. KINER 
Enola. Pa. 
Secondary— Speech 

PATRICIA A. KINN 
Danville. Pa. 
Secondary— English 



KAYE E. KISENWETHER 

Drums, Pa. 

Secondary — Mathematics 

DONNA L. KLINE 
Shamokin, Pa. 
Secondary- English 



EUGENE E. KLINE 
Watsontown. Pa. 
Secondarv— Biology 

THOMAS C. KLINE 
Shamokin, Pa. 
Secondary— Biology 




IVA A. KLINGAMAN 
Hatboro, Pa. 
Elementary- English 

KARLA KLINOFF 

Nanticoke, Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— Speech 

JOAN C. KNAPP 
Upper Darby, Pa. 
Elementary— French 

BARBARA A KNORR 

Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Business-General 



THERON I. KNOUSE 
Wapwallopen, Pa. 
Secondary— Social Studies 

PATRICIA A. KOERNER 

Cresco, Pa. 

Elementary 

JUDITH A KONSUR 
Susquehanna. Pa. 
Elementary— Spanish 

CAROL A. KOPP 
Saint Clair, Pa. 
Business— General 




210 



CATHERINE KOSOLOSKI 
Williamslown. Pa. 
Elementary 

GALE M. KOVALICH 

Shenandoah, Pa. 
Elemenlarv— History 




MICHAEL C. LANGAN 
Scranton. Pa. 
Business- Accounting 

WILLIAM R. LARGE 
Ashland, Pa. 
Secondary— English 



CHRISTINE A. KOWALSKI 
Coudersport, Pa. 
Elementary 

JEAN M. KOZLOWSKI 

Wyoming, Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— Sociology 

DALE L KREISCHER 

Catawissa, Pa. 
Secondary— History 

GLADYS O. KUBROCK 
Danville, Pa. 
Elementary— Music 



STANLEY A. KUCHARSKI 

Archbald, Pa. 

Secondary-History & Government 

ANDREW E. KUFFA 

Tunkhannock, Pa. 
Secondary- Mathematics 

AUSTIN A. KURTZ 
Johnstown, Pa, 
Secondary— Geography 

DANIEL L. KURUNA III 

Bloomsburg. Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— Psychology 



211 



BARBARA D. LATCH FORD 
Danville, Pa. 
Elementary— English 

HAROLD L. LATCHFORD 

Danville. Pa. 
Elementary 

MARGARET I. LAWSON 
Trucksville. Pa. 
Special Education-Special 
Education 

RICHARD D. LEAHY 

Canton. Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— Geography 



GORDON E. LEARN 

Abington, Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— History 

BARBARA J. LENIO 
Forest City, Pa. 
Secondary— Mathematics 

BARBARA A. LETA 

Williamsport, Pa. 
Elementary— Biology 

RICHARD J. LETCHER 
Hazleton, Pa. 
Secondary— Geography 




ELIZABETH S. LEVERICH 

Clarks Green, Pa. 

Special Education— Special Education 

CHESTER J. LEVULIS 
Glen Lyon, Pa. 
Secondary— Mathematics 



RICHARD W. LICHTEL 
Shamokin, Pa. 
Secondary-Social Studies 

ROBERT A. LINN 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Secondary— Social Studies 



GEORGE E. LITTERER 
Danville, Pa. 
Secondary— Mathematics 

ROBERT D. LLEWELLYN 

Shamokin, Pa. 

Secondary-Earth & Space Science 









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212 




MARSHA E. LOEPER 

Ashland, Pa. 
Elemenlarv— Science 

LYNDA A. LOGUE 
Fullerton, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 




HELEN E. LOHENITZ 
Tamaqua. Pa. 
Business— Secretarial 

BRUCE L. LONG 

Newvilie, Pa. 
Elemental^'— Psychology 




CAROL L. LONG 
Berwick. Pa. 
Secondary— Biology 

COREY J. LOUX 

Quakertown, Pa. 
Elementary— Geography 

ROSEMARY B. LUBINSKI 
Scranton. Pa. 

Special Education— Speech 
Correction 

NANCY L. LUZl 
Bristol. Pa. 
Secondary— Spanish 



PATRICK M. LYNCH 
Mifflinville. Pa. 
Secondary— Scoial Studies 

THOMAS P. LYONS 
Danville, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 

RICHARD E. McCLELLAN 
Middleburg, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 

STEPHEN F. McCORD 
Shamokin. Pa. 
Elementary— Social Studies 




ELIZABETH A. McDONALD 

Milton, Pa. 
Secondary— English 

RUTH A. McGINLEY 
Ashland. Pa. 
Business— Secretarial 



213 



JOHN McGLYNN 

Shamokin, Pa. 

Special Education— Speech Correction 

DONNA K. McHENRY 
Light Street. Pa. 
Business—Secretarial 

ALICE T. McKEOWN 
Wilkes Barre. Pa. 
Elementarv— French 



JAMES E. McSURDY 

Williamstown, Pa. 

Secondary— Geography and Earth & Space Science 

ANN M. MacPHERSON 

Dalton, Pa. 

Secondary— Biological Sciences 

GERALD J. M.^CK 

Nanticoke. Pa. 
Elementan,— Geography 




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JOSEPH J. MACKNIS 
Mahanoy City. Pa. 
Secondary— Physics 

MARY E. MADSON 
Pottstown, Pa. 
Business— General 

MINCENT J. MAJIKAS 
Girardville. Pa. 
Secondary— Biology 

MARGIE L MALICK 
Sunbury. Pa. 
Elementary— Biology 



DIANE M. MALINIAK 
Mahanoy City, Pa. 
Elementary— English 

MARY A. MALONEY 
Centralia. Pa. 
Elementary— Spanish 

MARY K. MANCUSO 
Archbald, Pa. 
Elementary 

JERRY W. MANHART 
Catawissa, Pa. 
Secondary— Mathematics 




CAROL ANN MARONE 
Shenandoah. Pa. 
Secondary— French 

BRYAN E. MARQUARDT 
Hughesville. Pa. 
Secondary— Chemistry 

214 





JOSEPH A. MARSICANO 

Hazleton, Pa. 
Elementary— English 

JIMMIE E. MASICH 
Berwick, Pa. 
Secondary— Biology 

MARIE D. MATTERN 
Kingston, Pa. 
Elementary— An 

KENNETH A. MATTFIELD 
Montoursville. Pa. 
Secondar) — English 



ROSE P. MATTUCCI 
Berwick. Pa. 
Elementary 

MARGARET M. MATUELLA 
Hazleton, Pa. 
Secondary— English 

KATHERINE A. MATZKO 

Berwick. Pa. 
Elementary— Social Studie.s 

JEANNE S. MAYAN 
Danville, Pa. 
Secondary- English 




P.\TRICIA A. MESAVAGE 
Hawley, Pa. 
Secondary— Spanish 

STEVEN P. MESSNER 
Harrisburg, Pa. 
Secondary— Social Studies 



RICHARD O METZGAR 
Palmerton, Pa. 
Secondary— History 

VICTORIA A. MIKELL 
Kreamer, Pa. 
Secondary— Spanish 



CHARLES L. MILLER 
Orwigsburg. Pa. 
Secondary— Mathematics 

FRANCES R. MILLER 
Tamaqua, Pa. 
Business— General 



215 



MARY C. MOLACAVAGE 

Minersville, Pa. 
Special Education— Speech 
Correction 

TERRY L. MOODY 

Shamokin, Pa. 
Special Education— Special 
Education 

ROBERT T. MORAN 
Archbald, Pa. 
Business— .Accounting 

LINDA L. MORGAN 
Nuremberg, Pa. 
Special Education— Speech 
Correction 



SANDRA E. MORGAN 

Churchville, Pa. 
Elementary— English 

EDWARD J. MORRISON 
Mount Carmel. Pa. 
Elementary— Geography 

SHARYN L. MOSER 
Boyertown, Pa. 
Secondary— Social Studies 

WILLIAM H. MOUL 

Spring Grove. Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— Mathematics 



LAUREN E. MILLER 
Northumberland, Pa. 
Secondary— Mathematics 

MARILYN J. MILLER 
Pottsville, Pa. 
Elementary- English 



SUSAN H MILLER 
Bloomsburg. Pa. 
Secondary— English 

CONSTANCE A. MILLS 

Levittown, Pa. 
Elementary— History 



CHARLES J. MISKAR, JR. 
Mahanoy City. Pa. 
Secondary— Biology 

MARY ANN MOCZULSKI 
Easton, Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— Humanities 




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216 




CHARLES G. MOWERY 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Business- Accounling 

DAVID A. MOVER 

New Columbia, Pa. 
Elenienlary-Chemistry 




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Elementary— History 

JOHN A. MURRAY 
Middletown. Pa. 
Secondary— History 




DARIA M. MUZl 
Old Forge, Pa. 
Elementary— An 

BRENDA J. NAFZINGER 
Easton, Pa. 
Secondary— Mathematics 



DENNIS L. MOYER 
Valley View, Pa. 
Secondary— History 

JOHN R. MOYER 

Danville, Pa. 

Special Education— Special 
Education 

JOYCE A. MOYER 
Northumberland, Pa, 
Elementary— English 

JOAN M. MUDRICK 
Hazleton, Pa. 
Secondary— English 



ANNE MARIE MULHERN 

Dallas, Pa. 

Elementary— Mathematics 

WILLIAM J. MULLIN 

Upper Darby, Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— Social Science 

HELEN M. MULLINEAUX 
Springfield, Pa. 
Special Education— Special 
Education 

JOSEPH T. MURIN 
Mount Carmel, Pa. 
Secondary— English 



217 



CANDACE L. NAHODiL 
Shamokin, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 

FRANKLIN E. NEISWENDER 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Secondary-Biology 

JAMES H. NEISWENDER 
Palmyra. Pa. 
Secondary— Social Studies 

LINWOOD D. NESTER 
Emmaus. Pa. 

Special Education— Special 
Education 



DOMNICK M. NETTI 
Scranton. Pa. 
Business— Accounting 

ROBERT L. NICCOL 

Bristol, Pa. 
Secondary— Chemistry 

BEVERLEY G. NICHOLSON 

Havertown, Pa. 
Secondary— English 

RAYMOND J. NIEMIEC 
Glen Lyon, Pa. 
Secondary- Biology 








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NOREEN NORTH 

Levittown. Pa. 

Special Education-Special Education 

MICHAEL J. NOTARTOMAS 
Scranton, Pa. 
Secondary- Mathematics 



MICHAEL P. NOVAK 
Stowe, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 

JAMES V. NYCE 
Norristown. Pa. 
Business— Accounting 



JOHN P. OBRIEN 

Scranton. Pa. 
Business— Accounting 

ANTHONY A. OLINZOCK 
Star Junction, Pa. 
Business— General 




218 




JOHN J. ONDISH 
Freeland, Pa. 
Business— General 

DIANNE R. ORAZI 

Cranford. N.J. 
Elementarv- French 



MAXINE J. OWENS 

Jenkintown, Pa. 

Special Education— Special Education 

THERESA A. PAVONE 
Hershey, Pa. 
Secondarv— German 




GLORIA E. PEARSON 

Linwood, Pa. 

Special Education— Speech 
Correction 

PATRICIA A. PECORA 

Drums. Pa. 
Elementary— Music 

MICHAEL P. PERICH 
Palmerton. Pa. 
'% Elementary— Psychology 

JOSEPH D. PERILLI 
Summit Hill, Pa. 
Elementary— Social Studies 



ANDREA H PERLMUTTER 
Levittown. Pa. 
Secondary- English 

JOHN R. PERRY 
Dunmore. Pa. 
Secondary— Mathematics 

STEPHEN F. PETERS 
Bloomsburg. Pa. 
Secondary— Earth & Space 
Science 

RICHARD A. PHILIPKOSKI 

Shamokin, Pa. 

Arts & Sciences-History 




LARRY R. PHILLIPS 
Trevorton. Pa. 
Secondary— English 

MARY E. PHILLIPS 
Shamokin, Pa. 
Elementary— English 

219 



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ELIZABETH A. PINTER 
Bethlehem, Pa. 
Elementary— Social Studies 

DAWN H. PIPHER 

Towanda. Pa. 
Elementary— Geography 

CARMEN L. PITARRA 
Berwick, Pa. 
Secondary— Social Studies 



PAULETTE M. PLATUKIS 
West Hazleton. Pa. 
Secondary— Mathematics 

JAMES L. POECHMANN 

Hokendauqua, Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— Chemi-stry 

JOANNE M. POLEGA 
Shenandoan, Pa. 
Elementary— Music 



DORIS A. POLINAK 

Shamokin, Pa. 
Business— General 

BARBARA R. POLITIS 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Special Education— Special 
Education 

BEN R. POLLOCK 
Benton, Pa. 
Elementary— Biology 

WILLIAM L. PONTIUS 
Riverside. Pa. 
Special Education— Speech 
Correction 



ELIZABETH J. POROSKY 
Lake Como, Pa. 
Business— General 

BESSIE M. POSEY 
Orangeville, Pa. 
Secondary— Mathematics 

CONSTANCE M. POTTER 
Sayre. Pa. 

Special Education— Special 
Education 

ANN H. POTTERS 
Kingston, Pa. 
Elementarv— English 




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BONNIE J, PROWANT 
Milton, Pa. 
Elementary-Social Studies 




DONNA J. PUCINO 
Catawissa. Pa. 
Elementary— Music 

NELSON RAMONT 
Scranton, Pa. 
Secondary— Biology 

CHARLES A. RANCK 

Allenwood. Pa. 
Special Education 

JANICE M. RAYTINSKY 
Willow Grove. Pa. 
Secondarv'— English 



KAY L. REBER 
Pine Grove, Pa. 
Secondary— Social Studies 

JERRY G. REBUCK 

Shamokin, Pa. 
Secondary— Social Studies 

PAUL J RECENE 
Shickshinny, Pa. 
Secondary— Physics 

GENEVIEVE M. RECLA 
Oneida. Pa. 
Business— Accounting 




SUSAN J. REDLINE 
Bethlehem. Pa. 
Elementary— Music 

DONNA M. REDWINSKI 
West Hazleton. Pa. 
Elementary— Geography 



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KARL D. REED 

Schuylkill Haven. Pa. 
Secondary— Mathematics 

ROBERT L. REED 

Danville. Pa. 

Arts & Sciences-Mathematics 




ROBERT A. REHKOP 

Berwick. Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— Science 

GARY W. REICHENBACH 

Bloomsburg. Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— Geography and Earth 
& Space Science 

KAREN L. REIFSNYDER 

Green Lane, Pa. 
Business— General 



221 



GLORIA J. REINAKER 
Danville. Pa. 
Elementary— English 

WILLIAM H. REINER 
Shamokin. Pa. 
Business- Accounting 



MARGARET J, REYNOLDS 

Tunkhannock. Pa. 
Elementary— French 

CHARLES E. RHOADES. JR. 

Danville. Pa. 

Elementary 



CHARLOTTE H. RHOADES 

West Pittston. Pa. 

Special Education-Special Education 

LOUANN M. RHOADES 
Wyoming. Pa. 
Elementary-English 



DAVID R RICHARDS 
Hanover, Pa. 
Secondary-Mathematics 

FREDERICK C. RICHARDS 

Kingston. Pa. 
Business— Accounting 

MIRIAN JO RICHARDS 
Shamokin, Pa. 
Elementary-Enghsh 

GEORGENE B. RICK.A.RDS 
Drexel Hill, Pa. 
Elementary— Geography 



JOHN E. RIEGEL 
Sunbury, Pa. 
Business- Accounting 

ARTHUR E. ROAN 

Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 

DOROTHY S. ROAN 
Bloomsburg. Pa. 
Secondary— History 

DAVID A. ROBERTS 

Bloomsburg, Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— Physics 





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222 




DONALD L ROBERTS 
Hunlock Creek, Pa. 
Elementary— Mathematics 

RANDALL W. ROBERTS 

Bloomsburg, Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— Biology 




RUSSELL C. RUDY 
Reading, Pa. 
Secondary— Mathematics 

JIMMY L. RUPERT 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Secondary— English 



RICHARD G. ROBERTS 

West Wyoming, Pa. 
Secondary— Mathematics 

RONALD L. ROBERTS 
Hunlock Creek, Pa. 
Elementary— Mathematics 

SANDRA K. ROBERTS 
West Milton, Pa. 
Secondary— Social Studies 

WILLIAM J. ROBERTS 
Nanticoke, Pa. 
Secondary— Social Studies 



TERRY M. ROBINSON 
Danville, Pa. 

Secondary— Earth & Space 
Science 

CLYDE C. ROGERS, III 

Williamsport, Pa. 
Elementary 

JOYCE A. ROMAN 
Pittston, Pa. 
Elementary— English 

GAIL M. ROPP 

Athens, Pa. 
Elementary 



223 



JEANETTE M. RUSH 
Hazleton, Pa. 
Secondary— Biology 

GARY L. RUSSELL 
Shamokin. Pa. 
Secondary— Geography and 
Earth & Space Science 

CHARLES C. RYAN 
Danville, Pa. 
Elemenlary— .Art 

JOANNE M. SACCO 
Springfield, Pa. 
Special Education— Speech 
Correction 



RONALD E. SAINT SING 
Hershey. Pa. 
Secondary— Social Studies 

JOHN E. SANDEL 
Bloomsburg. Pa. 
Elementary— Physics 

EILEEN A. SARPOLIS 
Glen Lyon, Pa. 
Elementary— Psychology 

MARY A. R. SAUERS 

McAdoo, Pa. 

Special Education— Speech 
Correction 




HELEN SAULESBURY 
Milton, Pa. 
Elementary— Psychology 

SUSANNE V. SAURMAN 
Philadelphia. Pa. 
Elementary-Psvchologv 



ANNE M. SCANDLE 
Shamokin. Pa. 
Elementary— Mathematics 

SARAH M. SCARPING 

Easton, Pa. 

Special Education-Speech Correction 








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BERNARD F. SCHAEFER 

Perkasie, Pa. 
Elementary— History 

ROBERT C. SCHAEFER 

West Hazleton. Pa. 
Elementary 


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224 




NANCY K. SCHEITHAUER 
Towanda, Pa. 
Business- Accounling 

ARACELIA E. SCHLEGEL 

Elysburg. Pa. 
Secondarv— Spanish 



\n RA J. SCHLESINGER 

Hazleton. Pa. 
Secondary— English 

NANCY L. SCHLOSSER 

Reading. Pa, 
Secondarv— Enghsh 




DONALD R. SCHNAARS 

Bloomsburg. Pa. 
Business— Accounting 

ELAINE L SCHOCK 

Pottsville, Pa. 
Secondarv— Mathematics 

DAWN S. SCHULTEN 
Elkins Park. Pa. 

Eiementarv — Psychology 

MARGARET M SCHULTZ 
Morrisville. Pa. 
Business- Secretarial 



SHIRLEY' E SCHUYLER 

Turbotville. Pa. 
Secondarv -French 

SHARON S SCHWARZ 
Port Royal, Pa, 
Business— General 

BARBARA K. SCOTT 

Bradford, Pa. 

Special Education— Speech 
Correction 

CYNTHIA A. SEARFOSS 
Shillington. Pa. 
Secondary— English 




GEORGE R. SEIFERT 

Nazareth, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 

PAMELA J. SEYBERT 
Orangeville. Pa. 
Secondary— English 



225 



LANA MAE SHARKAZY 
Egypt, Pa. 
Business— General 

PAMELA A. SHERMEYER 

York. Pa. 

Special Education— Special Education 

P.ATRICIA A. SHIMKO 
Strong, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 



ARWILDA SHOEMAKER 
Millville. Pa. 
Elementary— English 

OLIN L. SHOTWELL 
Berwick, Pa. 

Secondary— Geography and Earth 
& Space Science 

GARY I. SHUEY 

Lavelle, Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— Social Sciences 



JOYCE M. SICK 
Dushore, Pa. 
Business— General 

DENNIS R. SIEGMANN 
Levittown, Pa. 
Secondarv— Geography 

MARY C, SIERDINSKI 
Shenandoah, Pa. 
Secondary- Mathematics 

RONALD D. SINGER 

Pen Argyl, Pa. 
Elementary-Geography 



THOMAS H SIPE 
Dimock, Pa. 
Secondary— Social Studies 

KAREN N. SITLER 
Berwick, Pa. 
Elementary— Music 

GORDON H. SIVELL, JR. 

Bethlehem, Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— Business Economics 

JOSEPHINE A. SKLANKA 
Kingsley. Pa. 

Special Education— Special 
Education 




ROSEMARY C. SKOMITZ 
Bethlehem, Pa. 
Elementary— French 

LYLE J. SL.ACK. JR. 

Warren. Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— tnglish 




RUTH A. SLONAKER 
Millville, Pa. 
Elementary- French 

SUSAN K. SLUSSER 
Bloom!,burg, Pa. 
Secondary— English 

LELAND A. SMELTZ 
Lewisburg, Pa. 
Secondary— Chemistry 

LILLIAN E, SMILES 
West Pittston, Pa. 
Elementary- English 



CAROL M. SMITH 
Harveys Lake, Pa. 
Elementary— Geography 

DAVID W. SMITH 

Weatherly. Pa. 
Secondary— English 

MARTIN T. SMITH 
Ashland, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 

PAMELA A. SMITH 
Berwick, Pa. 
Secondary— English 




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PATRICIA A. SMITH 
West Chester, Pa. 
Elementary 

RICHARD P. SMITH 
Harleigh. Pa. 
Business— Accountmg 




ROBERT L. SMITH 
Lehighton, Pa. 
Elementary— Music 

JEFFREY G. SNYDER 
Berwick, Pa. 
Secondary— Physics 




LINDA D. SNYDER 
Quakertown, Pa. 
Business— General 

KAREN J. SOLLIDAY 

North Wales, Pa. 
Elementary— Social Studies 

GERALD J. SOMERDAY 

Parkland, Pa. 
Secondary— Social Studies 



227 



PAUL R STALKER 

Canton. Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— Biology 

THERESA J. STANKO 
Mechanicsburg. Pa. 
Arts & Sciences— Biology 

JACQUELYN M. STECK 

Jersey Shore. Pa. 
Secondary— Social Studies 

MARY L. STEFFEN 
Williamsport, Pa. 
Elementary— Spanish 



ARTHUR A. STEIN ER 
Berwick, Pa. 
Secondary-Social Studies 

ELWOOD A. STETLER 
Northumberland. Pa. 
Elementary-Geography 

THOMAS W. STORTZ 
Mountaintop^ Pa. 
Secondary— French 

BEVERLY M. STRAUB 
Montoursville. Pa. 
Special Education— Speech 
Correction 



REBECCA J. SPATZER 
Shamokin, Pa. 
Elementary— Music 

BETSY M. SPERING 
Dimock. Pa. 
Elementary 



DIANE M. SPIELMAN 
Lewisburg, Pa. 
Secondary— English 

KENNETH J. SPLITT 

Kulpmont. Pa. 

Special Education— Special Education 




228 




DOROTHY M. STRAUB 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Elementary— Spanish 

RHEA L. STRAUSSER 

Taylor, Pa. 
Elementary— Spanish 




BARBARA A. STRICKER 
Robesonia, Pa. 
Business— General 

ANNE M. STRIMPLER 

West Chester, Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— Chemistry 

ELMA M. STRINE 
Shamokin, Pa. 
Elementary— Geography 

SUSAN C. STRINE 

Shamokin, Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— Science 



WILLIAM J. STRONG 
Berwick, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 

DAVID L. STYER 
Drumore, Pa. 
Secondary-Social Studies 

VIRGINIA A. STYER 

Mifflinburg, Pa. 
Elementary- Geography 

SHARON A. SULLIVAN 

Easton, Pa. 

Elementary— Biological Science 




GAIL A. SUMMERS 

Mifflinville, Pa. 
Secondary— Mathematics 

LUCRETIA J. SUMMERS 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Business— General 



HARRY E. SWANK 
Fredericksburg. Pa. 
Secondary— English 

SALLIE L. SWOYER 
Hazleton, Pa. 
Secondary— German 



229 



EUGENE M. SZOKA 
AUentown, Pa. 
Secondary— Geography 

THOMAS J. TABER 
Dimock. Pa. 
Secondary— English 

CAROLYN J. TABY 

Shamokin, Pa. 
ElementaPi'— French 



EVE S. TANNERY 
Reading. Pa. 
Elementary— Mathematics 

BARBARA A. TATE 
Ridgway, Pa. 
Elementary— English 

LEAHETTA E. TAYLOR 

York. Pa. 

Special Education— Special Education 




THOMAS S. TAYLOR 
Middletown, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 

PALMA A. TERRUSO 
Old Forge, Pa. 
Elementary— English 

JOHN P. TETER 

Zion Grove. Pa. 
Secondary— Physics 

ROBERTA F. THARP 
Shamokin, Pa. 
Elementary— Music 



LINDA A. THOMAS 
Catasauqua. Pa. 
Special Education— Speech 
Correction 

THOMAS W. THOMAS. JR. 

Plymouth. Pa. 
Special Education— Speech 
Correction 

CHRISTINE A. TODD 
Girardville. Pa. 
Secondary— Mathematics 

WILLIAM S. TOMLINSON 
Hatboro. Pa. 
Secondary— History 




JOHN J. TRATHEN 
Bloomsburg. Pa. 
Business -Accounting 

FAITH A. TREVETHAN 

Wilkes-barre. Pa. 
Elementary— English 



230 





LYNN D. TRUTT 
Beaver Springs, Pa. 
Secondary— Mathematics 

ROBERT L TUCKER 
Hazleton. Pa. 
Secondary— Biological 
Science 

JAMES T. ULANOSKI 
Danville. Pa. 
Secondary— Biology 

NANCY L. ULRICH 
Washingtonville, Pa. 
Elementary— Biology 



SALLEE R UMLAUF 
Gordon, Pa. 

Special Education— Special 
Education 

KAREN M. UNDECK 
Hazleton, Pa 
Secondary— Mathematics 

BONITA M URAM 
Berwick, Pa. 
Elementary— Music 

GER.A.LD R. VALONIS 
Dickson City, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 




CHERIE E. VAUGHN 
Berwick. Pa. 

Special Education— Special 
Education 

DIANA R. VAZQUEZ 
Bethlehem, Pa. 
Secondary— Spanish 



RICHARD VERBITSKI 
Keiser, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 

ROBERT J. VOLCIAK 
West Hazleton, Pa. 
Secondary— Social Studies 



MARY F. VOLPE 
Norristown. Pa. 
Elementary— English 

GAIL P. WAGNER 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Secondary— French 



231 



JAMES W, WALTER 
Ashland, Pa. 
Second ary— H istory 

PAUL D. WALTERS 
Mahanoy City, Pa. 
Secondary- Social Studies 

DAVID T. WALTMAN 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Secondary— Biology 

JOSEPH W WALTON 
Hazleton, Pa. 

Secondary-Earth & Space 
Science 



LAURETTE WANKO 
Edwardsville, Pa. 
Elementary— Biology 

ALLEN R. WARING 
Reading, Pa. 
Business— Accounting 

NANCY J. WARK 
Berwick, Pa. 
Elementary-English 

CAMILLE D. WASHINGTON ,^ 
Baileys Crossroads, Va. 
Special Education— Special 
Education 



MIRIAN D. WAGNER 
Gordon, Pa. 
Secondary- Mathematics 

PAMELA G. WAGNER 

Pottstown, Pa. 

Special Education— Speech Correction 



SHARYN L. WALDRON 
Levittown, Pa. 
Elementary- English 

MADELYN WALL 
Alden Station, Pa. 
Business— Secretarial 




232 



LORETTA F. WASKEVICH 
Wilkes Barre. Pa. 
Elenientarv— Psychology 




JOSEPH P WILDE 
Abington. Pa. 
Secondary— Biology 

BONNIE F. WILLIAMS 
Danville. Pa. 
Elementary— English 



JOHN S. WATTO 
Summit Hill, Pa. 
Secondary— Geography 

BARTON I. WATTS 
Berwick. Pa. 
Secondary— English 

KENNETH D. WEAVER 
Watsontown. Pa. 
Secondary-Earth & Space 
Science 

SAMUEL W. WEAVER 
Shamokin. Pa. 

Secondary— Geography and Earth 
& Space Science 



JOHN D. WEBBER 

Shamokin. Pa. 
Secondary— Geography 

LINDA R. WEBBER 
Riverside, Pa. 
Elementary 

JANE E. WEIKERT 

New Osford. Pa. 
Special Education— Special 
Education 

GERALDINE R. WELKER 

Woodland, Pa. 
Business— General 



233 



BRUCE H WILLIAMS 
Wilkes Barre, Pa. 
Secondarv'- English 

JANET E. WILLIAMS 
Bloomsburg. Pa. 
Business— Accounting 

RICHARD M. WILLIAMS 
Clarks Summit, Pa. 
Elementary— Geography 

SARAH I. WILLIAMS 
Prospect Park. Pa. 
Elementar>' 



JEROME D. WISDO 
Mount Carmel, Pa. 
Business- Accounting 

ANN L. WITMER 
Elizabethville. Pa. 
Elementary— Biology 

MARGARET A. WOHLFART 
Newfoundland. Pa. 
Elementary- Biology 

BRENDA K. WOLFE 
Berwick. Pa. 
Secondary— English 




SHARON L. WOLFE 

Mifflmburg. Pa. 
Elementary— Mathematics 

RAYMOND B. WOLVERTON 
Danville, Pa. 
Secondary- Physics 



JAMES W. WORTH 

Noxen. Pa. 

Secondar\— Social Studies 

JOHN S. WOYTOWICH. JR. 
Kulpmont, Pa. 
Busmess— Accounting 



SANDRA L. WRIGHT 
Nescopeck. Pa. 
Elementary 

MARGARET YABCZYNSKI 
Shamokin. Pa. 
Business— Accounting 




234 




MARY E. YACKABONIS 

Mahonoy City, Pa. 
Secondary— Mathematics 

MICHAEL J. YAVOROSKY 

Simpson. Pa. 
Secondary— Histoiy 



GAYLE ANN YEAGER 

Shickshinny. Pa. 

Special Education— Speech Correction 

GREGORY T. YOCKEY 

Reading, Pa. 
Business— General 




BONITA D. YODER 
Danville. Pa. 
Business— General 

NELSON W. YODER 
Shamokin, Pa. 
Secondary— English 

RICHARD J. YOST 

Shamokin, Pa. 
Secondary— English 

JUDY K. YOUNG 
Ben Argyl, Pa. 
Business— General 



LESLIE E. YOUNG 
Danville, Pa. 
Secondary- English 

LORRAINE M. ZACK 
Yardley, Pa. 
Elementary-Biology 

FRANCES M. ZALINSKI 
Shamokin, Pa. 
Secondary-English 

ROBERT ZALONIS 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Secondary— Mathematics 




JOHN J. ZANGARDI 
Scranton, Pa. 
Secondary— English 

DONNA M. ZAVACKY 
Clarks Summit, Pa. 
Elementary 



235 



EILEEN A. ZEHNER 
Tamaqua, Pa. 
Elementary— German 

KAREN J. ZEHNER 

Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Secondary— Mathematics 

ROGER H. ZEISLOFT 
Bloomsburg. Pa. 
Business— Accounting 



STEVEN L. ZIEGLER 
Bloomsburg. Pa. 
Elementary— Art 

RICHARD T. ZIMMERMAN 
Zion Grove, Pa.. 
Elementary— Mathematics 

ROBERT A. ZIMMERMAN 
Freeland. Pa. 
Arts & Sciences 




ROY R. ZIMMERMAN 
Bloomsburg. Pa. 
Secondary— Social Studies 

FRANK J. ZORANSKI 
Glen Lyon. Pa. 
Secondary— Mathematics 



k^iM 



THERESA A. ZOSH 

Mount Carmel. Pa. 
Secondary- English 

THOMAS M. ZUKOVICH 

Tamaqua, Pa. 

Arts & Sciences— Chemistry 




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Senior Directory 



■\Unsk>.. Joseph Gerald. WW Easi Pine Sircel. Mahonv Cil\. Pa. 

77VI72I. Varsiiv Club 2. 3. Baskeibal! 1.2, 3; InlramuraU 1. 2. 3 

Mberison. Harold Joseph. R,D =2. OrangcviIIe. Pa, Athenaeum 

Club I. VjrMi> Club 3, 4. Baseball 2. 3.4 
Mien. Paul M\ron. 202 Willow Slreel, Athens. Pa.. 883-4584 Ma- 
roon & Gokl 2. 3. 4. Sporis Editor 2. 3. 4; Ohtier 4. Alpha Phi 
Gamma 4 
Alper, Ste\en Ira. 210() Tremonl Street. Philadelphia. Pa, 
H04'I429. C-G A Committee-Election Board 3; lnter-Fraternil\ 
Basketball 3; Pi Kappa Episilon 2. 3. Speaker of the House 3. 
Plfdgemasler 3. 
Alier. Mjr\ Jo. 645 East Fourth Street. Bloonisburg. Pa.. 784-7852- 

Spanish 2. 3.4: S.P.S.E A 4 
Allhouse. Susan Mary. 1555 Jarreiov.n Rd , Dresher, Pa.. MI6-5795 

S PS EA. I: Sigma Alpha Ela 2 
Amacher. Kathanna Mae. Route =1. Bloomsburg. Pa. 437-2372. 

SPSEA. 2. 3.4. 
Anderson. Marlynn Kay. 3 Brier Road, Camp Hill. Pa.. 238-9805 

C G A Committee-Hospitality I. 2; A R W Dorm Council 3 
Anderson, Susan Elizabeth. 701 East Sunbury Street. Shamokin. Pa . 
648-1575. "B" Club 3. 4. Harmoneiies 1. 3: S.P.S.E , A. 4; Inlramu- 
rals I. 2. 3. 4. Psychology Club 3. 4. Vice President 3; Water Bal- 
let I. 2. 3. 
Anderson. Thomas Benton, 617 Eighth, Selingsgrove. Pa.. 374-4952. 
Day Men: Science Club I. 2; Varsity Club 1. 2: J'hi Kappa Sisma 
!. 2, Pledge Master I. 2; Football I. 2. Baseball- I. 2. 
Anna. Dennis F . Hastingsm Oa . 247-6281 Phi Beta Lambda 3. 
Anspach. Shirley I.. 524 Avenue E. Riverside, Pa. 275-4658. 

SPSEA 4 
Aronsohn. Terr. Jean. RD = I. Dalton. Pa. 563-1772 CG A Com- 
mittee-Hospitality I. 2. 3, A R W Fire Warden 1, 2: Bloomsburg 
Plavers L 2. 3. 4: Harmoneiies I, Iniemaiional Relations Club I. 
Campus Representative for Experiment in International Relations 
2. 3: Science Club 4. Alpha Psi Omega 3. 4 
Ash. Elame Celia. 704 Fallon Street. Old Forge. Pa.. GI7-2744. Dra- 
matic Club "Players" I. 2. 3. 4; SP.S.E.A. 4; Ski Club 2: An 
Committee 3. 
Alen. Ane Marie. RD 3. Bloomsburg. Pa., 752-7098. Huski Club 2. 

4: International Relations Club 2. Lambda Alpha Mu 3, 4. 
.Attivo. Terry Lee. 524 Woodland Avenue. Lewislown. Pa,. 248-1367 

Chess Club 4: Intramurals 2, 
Audelewicz. Marcia. 54 Willow Street. Plymouth, Pa.. 779-1670 
ARW Art Committee-Chairman 3: Bkwmsburg Players 2; Har- 
monettes 1: SPSEA. 2. 
Austin. Jean Theresa. 503 West 9lh Street. Bloomsburg. Pa.. 
784-4065 Dav Women: Athenaeum Club I. 2; Dramatic Club I, 
Austin. Joseph Thomas Jr.. 503 West 9th St.. Bloomsburg, Pa,. 
784-4065 Veteran's Association 4: Intramural Volleyball 1: New- 
man Club 1. 2. 3. 4 
Auten, John M.. Jr. 24 South Fifth Sireel. Sunbur*. Pa.. 286-6140 

Phi Beta Lambda I. 2. Circle K Club I. 
Avery. Sharon Lee. R,D«I. Valeview Terrace. Berwick. Pa,. 
752-2683. Maroon & Gold I. 2. 3. 4, Copy Editor 3. Assistant 
Copy Editor 4. OhiierA. Ednor-m-Chief 4: English Club 2. Sigma 
Tau Delta 4. S P SEA 2; Alpha Phi Gamma 3, 4. 
Bacharl. Bruce Alvm. RD 1, Weatherly, Pa. 427-8879 Forensic 

Society I. 2. 3. SPSEA I, 2 
Baker. Susan Albenson, R D 4. Bloomsburg. Pa.. 784-8088. Athen- 
aeum Club 1, 2. 3: Spanish Club 2. 3 
Ball. Lee David, 32 Second Street. Wyoming. Pa.. 693-1670 MRA. 
Sophomore Representative 2, Beta Sigma Delta 2. 3. 4; Treasurer 
3: Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4 
Bandv. Christopher Joseph. 138 Edison .Avenue. Cherr> Hill. New 
Jersey. 609-429-1554 Sigma lota Omega 3. 4, SPSE.A, 4; Swim- 
ming I. 2. Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. Fire Marshall 2. 3, Freshman 
Float Committee I 
Bankes. Sheryt June. Rock Glen. Pa . 384-4923 Athenaeum Club 1. 

2, International Relations Club 3; SPSEA. I. 2. 3. 4. 
Baradziej, Thomas A,. 330 West Green Street. West Hazleton. Pa.. 
454-7079, Science Club I. 2: Veteran's Association I. 2. 3. 4: In- 
tramurals 2; Day Men's Association 4, 
Baran. Theresa Ann Marie. 22 Columbus Avenue. Wilkes-Barre, Pa.. 
822-2355 Proctor 2. "B" Club 2, 3, 4, Concert Choir 3; Harmon- 
ettes 1. Intramurals 2. 3 
Baranowski. Bernard Martin Jr . I(X)7 Pine Street. Kulpmoni. Pa . 

373-3644. Circle K Club I 
Barlow. Elaine. 117 Amooland Road. Norwood. Pa. LU6-II69. Col- 
lege Council 4. Secretary 4. C G ,A Committee-Hospitality I. 2. 3 
Decoration 4. ARW Fire Marshall 3; "Dear Coed" 2, 3. 4. JR.A. 
4. Prom Committee Chairman 3. "B" Club 2. 3, 4. Bloomsburg 
Plavers I, 2. English Club 2. 3. 4, S P S E A 2. 3, 4, Band I. 2. 3: 
Basketball 2. Intramurals I. 2. 3. 4 
Bartuszewski. Barbara Ann. 623 Sherwood Avenue. Dunmore. Pa. 
347-3201 Council for Exceptional Children 2. 3. 4. Bloomsburg 
Players 1: SPSEA 4. Sigma Alpha Eia I 
Basile, Albert James, 307 Race St. Stowe. Pa,. 323-7158 "Who's 
Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges" 4: 
Alpha Phi Omega 2. Beta Sigma Delta 2. 3. 4. Sergeant at Arms 
3: Football 1. 3: Intramurals I. 2. 3. 4 
Basta. Jeanne Marie Anne. 527 Edith St , Old Forge. Pa . 457-2094 
CGA. Commiliee-Publiciiy 3. Sigma Alpha Eta I. 2. 3, 4, Intra- 
murals 2, 
Baslresv, Darlene Ann, Box 421. A. RD I. Northumberland. Pa,. 

473-9332 Band I. 2, 3; Intramurals 2. 3. 
Baum. Allan Gerald. 313 East Mine Street, Hazleion. Pa . 454-5108, 
Maroon <$ Gold 3. 4. S P S EA 4: Varsity Club 4; Football Man- 
ager 3; Wrestling Manager 2: Intramurals I 
Beahm. Cvnthia Mary. 924 Walters St., Bethlehem. Pa.. 868-4766 
ARW Fire Warden 1. 2: Phi Beta Lambda 3. 4: SPSEA 3. 
Band I. 2^ Intramurals I, 
BednarczyW. Rose Mane Ann. 1574 Tioga Street, Shamokin. Pa, 
648-5517 Athenaeum Club I. 2. Gamma Thela Upsilon 2. 3. 4. 
Recording Secretarv 3 



Benick. Maryann. 36 W Mam St . Glen Lyon, Pa . 736-6483 
CGA Committee- Election Board 2. Bloomsburg Players 2. 3: 
English Club 4, HusWi Club 2: International Relations Club 4: 
SPSEA 1.4 
Bcnyo. Richard Stephen. 118 South Si. Jim Thorpe. Pa,. 325-2273- 
Class Vice President 3: CG.A. Committee-Dinmg Room 2, 3; 
Publicity 3. Bloodmobile 2. 3. 4: Maroon & Gold I, 2. 3. 4; Art Ed- 
itor 2. Feature Editor 3, 4: Obiter 2. 4; An Editor 2. Literary- Edi- 
tor 4; Olympian 2. Editorial Board 2: English Club I, 2. 3: Inter- 
national Relations Club 2. 3. Varsity Club 2, 3. 4. Cross-Counlry 
I. 2. 3. 4. Track I. 2. 3. Alpha Phi Gamma 3. 4. 
Bergeron. Sharon Lee. RD = I. West Hazleton. Pa,. 455-1115. 
"Who's Who Among Students in Amencan Universities and Col- 
leges" 4: CGA- Committee-Election Board 3. 4: Awards 3: 
ARW JR A, 3. Ohmpum 2. 3. 4: Concen Choir I. 2. 3. Libranan 
2: Madngal Singers 2. 3: Bloomsburg Players 2. 3. 4: S,P,S,E A 3; 
Alpha Psi Omega 3. 4: Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4 
Bernaionis- Henry E. Ill East Coal St, Shenandoah. Pa. 462-3541, 
Ohmpiu'i Cnnc 2, 3. Editor 4, Bloomsburg Players 1, Intramurals 
1. Captain 
Berngan, Barbara Ann. 760 Grace St.. Williamsport, Pa. 323-1105 

Huski Club I. 2, SPS E A 2. 3. 
Berry. Linda Louise. 215 Walnut St., Williamsport. Pa. 322-5760- 
Ohiier 2: Pi Kappa Delia 3. 4. Psychology 3; Hospitality Commit- 
tee t, 2. Pep Club I 
Bilder. John William. 210 Lpper Mulberry Street. Danville. Pa.. 
275-1627 Phi Beta Lambda 1: Day Men I. 2. 3. Newman Club I 
Bird. Sandra Lee. RD =1, Ashland. Pa . 276-1360 "B" Club 3. 4. 

Phi Beta Lambda 2. 3. 4. Bloomsburg Players I : S P S.E A 4, 
Birilcy. Roben Peter. 429 E Fourth St. Blotimsburg. Pa,. 784-4611- 

Chess Club 1: Intramurals 2 
Bitler. Harold Leroy. R D =2. Danville, Pa . 437-2576. Chess Club 

I. 2 
Bitler. Joy Ann, 354 East Sih Street. Bloomsburg. Pa.. 784-7264. 

Harmoneties I: S.PS.EA, I. 2. 3, 4 
Blaeiz. Barbara Anne. 1613 Church Road. Oreland. Pa.. AD3-3635. 
CG ,A Pep Committee 3, Orientation Committee 4: Publicity 
Committee 4; Social Recreation C<immutee 3: SPSEA 4: Intra- 
murals, 
Bloom. Garv L,. 140 Caiawissa Avenue. Sunbury. Pa,. 286-9712, 
Maroon e$ Gold I. 4. Dramatic Club 3: Veteran's Association 3. 4, 
Boberski. Carol A.. 425 Monroe St , Berwick. Pa,. 752-2347 Spanish 

Club 3. 
Bobita. Dennis John. 823 Pnnceton Ave.. Palmerton. Pa,. 82602456. 
American Chemical Society I. 2. 3. 4: Science Club I: Sigma Iota 
Omega 3. 4. Recording SctTeiar> 4: Alpha Phi Omega 2, 
Boone. Diane Mane. Route 3. Waynesboro. Pa.. 762-4894 ARW 
Secretary 3: Council 2: Lambda Alpha Mu 2. 3. 4. Sigma .Alpha 
Eta I. 2. 3. 4. Library Chairman 3. Vice-Presidenl 4. Intramurals 
I. 2. 3.4. 
Boose. Robert Eugene. 22 Copper Beech Lane. Levntown, Pa . WI5- 
9030. Class Vice President I. 2. CG.A. Standards Committee 1: 
Homecoming 3: Beta Sigma Delta 2. 3. Secretary 2. President 3. 
Borvs. Alexander Francis. 107 Fallbrook St,. Carbondalc. Pa. 
282-0106 CGA, Onentation Committee 2: Spanish Club 1. 2. 
Secretary 2: S.P.SE A 4, 
Bostian. Leonard Charles. Jr.. 420 N. Fourth St.. Sunbury. Pa . 
286-2868- CG.A. Homecoming Committee 3: Phi Beta Lambda 3. 
4: Intramurals I. 2, 
Boil. Sandra Mane. 547 Garlield St . Ha/leton. Pa.. 454-8067 
CGA- HospitaUty Committee 3. Spring Ans. ARW Publicity 
Committee 2 
Bowen. David Wayne. 123 E Spnng St , FrackviUe. Pa . 874-3196, 

Intramurals t. 2 
Bowen. Mary Kathleen. High Street. Manchester, Pa, 266-3585, 
Maroon & Gold Copy Staff 3. 4: Ohtter Clubs and .Activities 2: 
German Club 1. Psychology Club 3. 4. 
Bower. Judith Ann. RD =tl. Berv-ick. Pa.. 752-5320. CG A, Coun- 
cil Member 3: Standards Committee 3: Day Women President 3. 
S.PS.EA, I. 2: Gamma Theta Upsilon 2. 3. 4 
Bowman. Judy Ann. School Lane. Millville. Pa , 458-3851, ARW 
Proctor 2: Cheerleaders 2. 3: Spanish Club 1. 2, 3. 4; Secretary 3; 
S.PS E-A 4; Intramurals 2 
Bradwell, Marguenle Nancy. 717 Morgan Avenue. Palmyra. New 
Jersey. 829-3008 CG A, Hospitality Committee 2. 3: Election 
Board 2. 3. 4: ARW; Dorm Council 3; Ohiier 3: Business Ed, 
Club I. 2, 3. 4: Dramatic Club 2; Harmonettes 2. 
Branch. Gale Louise. 306 N Schantk Ave. Pen Argyl. Pa. 
863-6291 CG.A Hospitality Committee 2, 3. Election Board 3: 
Bloodmobile 3; ARW' Big and Little Sister Coordinator 3. Council 
for Exceptional Children 1. Huski Club 3 4. International Rela- 
tions Club 2: SPSEA 3. 4 
Brennar. John Allen. 25 West 8th Street. Bloomsburg. Pa.. 784-3943 
CG.A. Bloodmobile Committee 2. 3. 4. Day Men 1. 2. 3. 4: 
SPSEA. 4. Alpha Phi Omega 2. 3, 4. Archaeology Club 2. 3. 4. 
Presideni 2 
Bncker. Nancy Kathleen. 415 Haywood Road. Ambler. Pa.. 
MI6-2143 Obiter i. 4; Council for E.xceplional Children I. 2. 3. 4; 
Bloomsburg Players I. 2. 3. 4: Alpha Psi Omega 2. 3. 4. Vice Pres- 
ident 3. President 4. Kappa Delta Pi 4 
Bridge. Roben Rush. 405 Fair St . Bloomsburg. Pa . 784-8486 Phi 

Beta Lambda I. 2. 3. 4. Intramurals I 
Brobsi. Joyce Elaine. 175 W 9th Street. Bloomsburg. Pa , 784-4055. 

Science Club 4. SPSEA 4. Band \. 2. 3. 4 
Brosius. John Russell, R D =3. Sunbur>. Pa . 286-4004 Wrestling 1. 
Brown. Barbara Ann. 3002 Oregon St.. Easton. Pa . 2531266 Maroon 
& Gold Typist 3: Chess Club 2. 3. Secretary: S.P.S.E, A, 1. 2. 3: 
Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4: ARW House Committee 1; Hospitality Com- 
mittee I 
Brown. Charles John. 100 East Center Street, Danville. Pa . 

274-2697. Day Men: Circle K Club I 
Brown. Kenneth. H.. 105 Rowe St.. Tamanua, Pa. 668-2120, CG.A. 
Pubhciiy Committee 3. 4: Maroon & Gold I, 2. 3. 4. Circulation 
Manager 2. 3. .Advisorv Board 4. S P S E.A 3. 4: Intramurals 1. 2. 



Brown. \irginiJ ,Ann. 615 Harding Street. New Cumberland. Pa.. 
238-7870 CG.A. Hospitality Committee 1. 2: Harmonettes I: In- 
ternational Relations Club 2. 3. 4. S.PS. E.A. I. 2. 3. 4. Intramu- 
rals 1. 2. 

Brunner. Jantne Rae. 22 S, 25lh St,. Allentown. Pa., 437-1552, 
CG A, Election Board 2. 3. 4. Chairman 4; Maroon & Gold 3: 
Ohmpiun 2. Editorial Board 3: German Club I: Bowling Club I: 
R A 4 

Buonassisi. Joan Angela. 624 Locust Lane. Horsham. Pa . 675-5238, 
CG.A. Hospitality Committee 3. Intramurals 1. 

Burris. Lawrence B.. 110 W. Maple Ave,. Hcrshey. Pa.. 534-1091, 
Basketball 3: Intramurals 2. 3. 

Bush. Suzanne Marie. 20 N Washington St.. Boyeriown. Pa.. 
367-7306, SPSEA I, 4: Gamma Theta Upsilon 3. 4: Intramu- 
rals 2, 

Byers. Gletinard Edgar. Jr.. 437 N. Front St,. Miltun. Pa.. 742-4421 

Byrne. Dennis William. 835 E, Centre St.. Mahanoy City. Pa,. 
773-3714. CGA. Orientation Committee 3: Social Recreation 
Committee 3. Decoration 3: Publicity 3. 4. Chairman 3. 4: Elec- 
tion Board 4: Maroon & Cold 2. 3. 4; Beta Sigma Delta 2. 3. 4. 
Secretan. 3. Intramurals 1. 

Callahan. Francis Patrick. Jr.. 237 South Locust Street. Mount Car- 
mel. Pa . 339-4594 Chess Club 3. 4: Veteran's Association 3. 4. 
Alpha Phi Omega 2. 3. 4; Cross-Country 3. Baseball 2. 3. 4; Delia 
Pi 3. 4. Psychology Club 2. intramurals I. 2. 3. 4. captain 2. 3 

Campbell. Kenneth Earl, RDj=|, Sunbury. Pa. 286-0050 Athe- 
naeum Club 4: English 4 

Campbell. Ruth Ann. RD 3t6. Danville. Pa,. 275-0569 CGA 
Committee-Hospitality 2: Bloomsburg Players 1. 2. 3. 4: English 
Club 3.4: Sigma Tau Delta 2. 3. 4: SPSEA I. Alpha Psi Ome- 
ga 2. 3. 4. Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4 

Cantarella. Joanne Kalhrvn. 563 Chestnut Street, Dunniorc. Pa. 
347-0735 Spanish Club 3: SPSEA I. Intramurals I. 2. 3. 4 

Capece. Chrisiine Ann. 129 Italy Slreel. Monanaqua. Pa . 542 7964 
Athenaeum Club 2. 3: SPSEA 4, 

Capello. Joseph Carl. 418 South Kennedy Drive. McAdoo. Pa. 
929-2690 Inlcrnalional Relations Club 1. 3; Intramurals I. 2. 3: 
Pi Sigma Xi 2- Archeology Club 2 

Cardamone. Ralph Melvin. 435 South Kennedy Drive. McAdoo. Pa.. 
929-3753, Athenaeum Club. Phi Beia Lambda 2. 3, 4: Psychology 

Club 4 

Carver. Terry. 348 West Broad Slreel. Telford. Pa,. 723-3257, Ma- 
roon <S Gold 3. 4; Forensic Society 1. 2. Treasurer 2; International 
Relations Club 3. 4. Program Chairman 3: Phi Sigma Pi 2. 3. Po- 
litical Activities 3, Presideni 3: History Association 3. 4. Corre- 
sponding Secretary 3. Vice President 4. 

Casaretla. Noclle A,. 563 North Wyoming Street. Hazclion. Pa.. 
455-0735- CG.A, Decorations Committee 2. 3; Spring Arts Festi- 
val 4: Obiter 1: Le Cercle Francais 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 3. S P,S,E..A 

1. 4: Huski Club I; Newman Club 1. 2. 3. Treasurer 2. Corre- 
sponding Secretary 3- 

Cavalhm. Mary Lou Rita. 228 Easi First Street. Bloomsburg. Pa , 
784-7807. CCA- Hospitality Committee 2. 4. Publicity Commit- 
tee 4: Assembly Committee Secretary 4: Day W'omen Junior Rep- 
resentative 3; Senior Representative 4: Maroon & Cold Reporter I. 

2. 3. 4. Copy Staff 2. 3. 4, Advertising editor 3, 4. Obuer 4: Olym- 
pian 4: Athenaeum Club 2. 3: Dramatic Club I. 2. 3. 4: Publicity 
Sub-Crew Chief 3. 4. International Relations Club 4. SPSEA 1. 
2. 3. 4. .Alpha Phi Gamma 3. 4, Charter Member. Newman Club 

1. 2. 3.4 

Cavanaugh. Carol Ann, 506 Highland .Avenue. Clarks Summit. Pa.. 

587-4675, Obiter I: English Club 2, Huski Club I. SPSEA 2, 

Hospitably Committee 2. 
Centrella. Louis Roddo, 1 100 Mason Avenue. Drexel Hill. Pa.. 

789-6261 MRA Councilman 4, Maroon & Gold 2. English Club 

4: Varsity Club 2. 3. 4: Wrestling I. 2, 3. 4, 
Cerasaro. Theresa Mary. 515 Ridge Avenue. West Haxleton. Pa. 

455-1140- Bloomsburg Players 2. 3. 4; Harmonettes 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Librarian 3- 
Cesarini. Tom Mark. 55 Italy Streei. Mocanequa. Pa. 542-7931, 

Athenaeum Club I. 2. 3. Presideni 2, 3. .Alpha Phi Omega 3. 
Chandler, Barbara Gail. 3314 Highland Avenue, Drexel Hill. Pa,. 

CL9-4783 ARW I. 2. 3. 4. Corndor Representative 2. Judiciary 

Board 3: "B" Club 2. 3. 4; Basketball (Womans Exiramurals) I, 

2, 3. 4. Co-capiain 3; Intramurals 1. 2. 3. Intramural Co-ordinator 
3. 

Charles. Edwm K, 46 Main Street, Middleburg. Pa.. 837-2731 
Olympian 3: International Relations Club 4; S.P.S.E, A. 4. Veter- 
an's Association 1. 2. 3. 4. Gamma Theta Upsilon 2. 3. 4: Intra- 
murals I, 2. 3 

Chellew. George Edward. 258 Willow Street. Hummelsiown. Pa,. 
566-8564. GG.A- Commillee-.Athletics 4. Onentation 3; Beta 
Sigma Delta 3. 4. Historian 4, Basketball 3. 4; Intramurals 2. 3. 4. 

Chmarnev. -Audre\ Man., I64S River, Pitlston. Pa.. 655-2617 Olym- 
pian Arts Staff 3. 4. Dramatic Club "Players" I. 

Clancv. Sandra Joyce. 10 Buitonwood Lane. Levittown. fc , 
WI6-4221 Huski Club 2. Lambda Alpha Mu 2. 3. 4 

Clarke. Scott Leonard. 219 Christian Street. Naniicoke. Pa,. 
735-1366. Class Float 2, 3: Class Dance I; Hospitality 2. Awards 
2. 3— Chairman 2. Election Board 2. 3: Maroon «$ Gold 2. 3. 4. 
Manaeina Editor 3. .Associate Editor 4: Concert Choir 2. 3. 4: 
Men's Glee Club 2. 3. 4. Band I. 2: Alpha Phi Gamma 3. 4, 

Clemens. Anne Elizabeth. 440 Snyder .Avenue. Elizabtthtown. Pa.. 
367-1688. CG.A. Publicity Commiitee 3; Huski Club 2: Prom 
Committee 3: Remembrance Committee 2. 3: ARW I. 2. 3. 4, 

Coarman. Ksi-Lyn Leigh. 500 Railroad Street. Millersburg. Pa.. 
692-4533. Maroon £ Gold 4: Dramatic Club "Players" 4: 
SPSEA 3.4. 

Coccodrilli. Claude Anthony. 324 Cedar Avenue. Scranton, Pa,, 
344-6366.. Obiter 3: Circle K Club 1. 2: Council for Exceptional 
Children i. 2. 3. 4: Harmonettes 3: S.PS.E.A. I. 2, 3. 4; Men's 
Glee Club I. 2: Hospitality I. 2 

Colestock. George Richard. 115 Oak Street, Harrisburg, Pa , 
545-0103 CG.A, Commiitee Onentation 2. Hospitalitv 2. MRA 



Proclor 3. 4; Alpha Phi Omega 2. 3. 4; IntramuraK I. 2. 3, 4. 
Colgan. Patrick Francis. S8 Brook Slrect. Carbondaie. Pa.. 282-5465. 
■■Who's Who .^mong Studems in American L'niversilic;, and Cul- 
leges" 4; MRA Sccrclar) 3. Proctor 3. 4; Phi Beta Lambda 
(Business Education Club) 2. 3. 4: Varsity Club 3. 4: Beta Sigma 
Delta 2. 3. 4, Historian 2; Phi Sigma Pi 2. 3; Baseball 1. 2. 3. 4; 
Swimming Team Announcer 2. 3. 4: Intramurals 1, 2. 3. 4. 
Collier. Edward Arnold. 415 West Ninth Street. Bloomsburg. Pa.. 
7S4-395'7 Phi Beta Lambda 2. 3. Dramatic Club "Players^" 1. 2. 
Huski Club 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 2. 3 
Conner. Richard Paul. 102 West Street. Bloomsburg. Pa.. 784-5645, 

Huski Club 2: Track 1. 2: Intramurals I. 2. 3. 4, 
Conslantine. Peter John. 645 Burbridge Road. Hatboro. Pa.. 
-8874. Studio Band I. 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 2. 3. President 4. Band 
I: .-Vlpha Phi Omega 2. 3. 4; Intramurals I 
Corner. Jane Johnson. Montaiidon. Pa,. 525-9726 S.P.S.EA. 2. 3. 4. 

Speech Club 1 
Crawley. Shirles B.. 85 Norlh Fourth Street. Hughesville. Pa. 

5S4-2354. SPSEA. 3.4 
Cray. Diana Mane. 237 Voorhis Ave. New Millord. NJ.. 
COI-5tX)8 ■B" Club 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 3: SPSEA. 4. Lambda 
.Mpha Mu 2. 3. 4. President 3. Intramurals I. 2. 3. 4: Psycholvigy 
Club 2, 
Crosby. Josephine, t Walnut Lane. Lcvittown. Pa.. 946-3180, C GA 
Committee-Onentation 3. Pep 3; ARW Judiciary Board 3. 
Lambda Alpha Mu 2. 3. 4. President 3. Intramurals 1. 2. 3, 4 
Crouthamel. M, Eli/aheth. Box 117. Buckingham. Pa. 794 7693 
"B" Qubs 3. 4: Huvki C lub 2. 3. Bloomsburg Players I ; S.P.S.E A 
1. 4: Lambda Alpha Mu 3. 4. Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4: Water Ballei 
2.3. 
Cruys. Melody Claire. R.D.= I. Gramvillc. Pa'. 469-2665. CCA 
Committee 1. 2. Obilcr 2. Phi Beta Lambda 1. 2. 3. 4; S.P.S.EA 
4; Lambda Alpha Mu 2. 3. 4. Corresponding Secretary 3. 
Culton. Vicki Ease. 214 Vine St.. Williamstown. Pa,. 647-4342 Lc 

Cerclc Francais 2. 3. 4. Vice President 3; SPSEA I 
Curry. Virginia Mane. Star Route. Erwinna. Pa.. 847-5385 ''Who^s 
Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges" 4: 
C-G.A. Dining Room Committee 3: JR. A 4; Huski Club I. 2. 
Program Chairman 2; S.P.S.EA. 4; Psychology Club 2: Epsilon 
Rho Alpha 3. 4, 
Custer. Carvl Cathleen. 319 West Mam Street. Ephrata. Pa,. 
733-S556 Assistant J R A 3. Resident Advisor 4; Newman Club 
I- 2. 4 
Cusler. Joan Louise, Route nil. Revere. Pa,. 847-5566. ARW Com- 
mittee-Telephone 3. Chairman 3. Fire Warden 2. Corridor Rep- 
rescnlalive 2. International Relations Club 2. Choraleers 2. Ma- 
drigals 2: Psychology Club 3 
Dacostino. John James. 640 Seyben St. Hazleton. Pa . 454-7865 

SPSEA, 1. Alpha Phi Omega 3. Intramurals I. 2. 3. 4 
Dallabnda. Ray Allan. 1236 Chestnut Street. Kulpmont. Pa.. 
373-631 1, American Chemical Society 1.2; Science Club 2. 3; In- 
tramurals 1. 2. 3; Archeology 2. 3. 
Daniel. Manann. 421 Orchard St.. Cranford. New Jersey. 276-2185 

English Club 3. Huski Club 2. 3. S.P.S.EA. 4. Intramurals 1. 
Damico, Ralph Gerard. 131 Willow St. Dunmore. Pa. 346-3519 

Phi Beta Lambda 3. Intramurals 3 
Davidson. Jean Margaret. 34 River Street. Tunkhannock. Pa. 
836-1341 -B" Club I. Forensic Society 2. International Relations 
Club 3. Le Cercle Francais 2; SPSEA 2. 3. 4. 
Davies. C- Richard. 61 S Landon Ave.. Kingston. Pa . 288-0944 

Football I: Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4, 
Davis. Betsy Luthgoe. 4(X) Runnymede Avenue. Jenkintown. Pa . 
TL'7-2271. C.G.A, Committee-Dimng Room 3. Election 4. Pub- 
licity 4; Huski Club 2. SPSEA 4: Intramurals I. 2. Field 
Hockey I 
Davis. Flo Louella. Richheld. Pa.. Richfield 694-3571. National Ed- 
ucation Association 3. 4; Pennsvlvania State Education Associa- 
tion 3. 4, 
Davis. Ronald Harry. 240 W Mahoning St . Danville. Pa . 275-0129, 

Intramurals 1. 2 
Dawson. Diane Wenner. 418 Mam St,. Watsonlown. Pa. 583-1569 

Science Club 2. 3 
Deal. Lisbeth Mullineau\. 517 Nelhcrwood Road. Upper Darbv. 
Pa.. FL2-I766 C.G.A. Committee-Standards 2. Election Board 3: 
"B"" Club 4. Intramurals I. 2. 3, 
Deardorff. Joseph Michael. 108 Short St.. Harrisburg. Pa.. 545-4028. 
MR.^ College Council Representative 3; Proctor 4. Phi Beta 
Lambda 4; Sigma iota .Omega I. 2. 3. 4. Pledge Master 2. 3. Vice 
President 3. President 4; Phi Sigma Pi 2. 3. 4: Wrestling 1. 2; In- 
tramurals 1. 2. 3. 4. IFC 3. 4. Vice President 3. 4. 
DeFrancisco. Michael, 3018 Westminster Road. Bethlehem. Pa.. 
784-2152. Varsity Club 2. 3. 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 4; Football I. 2. 
3. 4. Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4; Baseball 3. 4; Men's Glee Club I. 
Chorus 1; Delta Omega Chi 3. 4, Vice President. Sergeant at Arms 
3 
Dellos. John Michael. 46 Ireland Drive. Poughkeepsie. New York. 
471-2466 MRA 2. 3; Sigma Iota Omega 2. 3. 4, S.P.S.EA 4. 
Football 1. 2; Intramurals I. 2. 3.4. Newman Club I. 2. 3. 4. Psv- 
chology Club I. 2; Onentation 2. 3 
Depew. Raymond W . 42 Robin Hill Lane. Levitlown. Pa . 
W16-7856, Chess Club I. 2. 3. 4. Vice President 3. President 4. In- 
tramurals 1. 3 
Derr. Patricia Jane. 399 Shakespeare Ave.. Milton. Pa.. 742-9552 
C.G.A- Committee-Hospitality 1. Bloodmobile 3; Huski Club 3. 
Science Club 2. S.P.S.EA. I. 4; Gamma Theta Upsilon 2. 3. 4. 
Corresponding Secretary 3; Intramurals I. 
Devlin. Gerald Otto. 130 Worman St.. Espy. Pa.. 7S4-253I, Varsity 

Club 3. 4. Baseball 1.2 3. 4. Intramurals 3, 4. 
Dietnch. Carole L. 5126 Bond Avenue, Drexel HilL Pa. 449-0663 
■B'^ Club 2. 3. 4; SPS E,A 4. Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4. Intramurals I. 
2. 3. 4. 
Dietnch. Edward P.. 510 Wilkes Barre Street. Easton, Pa.. Phi Beta 
Lambda 2; Obiier I. 2. 3. Sports Editor 3; Tennis I. 2. 3. 4. Co- 
captain 3; Intramurals I. 2. 3. 4. 
Dietz, Linda Kay, 615 Ave. E.. Riverside. Pa.. 275-4110. Physics 

Club 2, 3. 4, Secretary 2. 3; S.P.S.EA. 4, 
Dilcher. Sally Elizabeth. 220 N. 18th St.. Potlsville. Pa.. 6220402, 

Sigma Alpha Eta 1. 2, 3.4. 
Dimter. Nancv J.. Bndgetown Pike. Langhorne. Pa,. SK7-3636, 



C.G.A. Committcc-Hospitahty 2. 3. 4; S.P.S.EA. 2. 

DiPierro. Antoinette Theresa, 103 Ganbaldi Ave.. Roseto. Pa.. 
581-7112- ARW~Council 2. 3; Remembrance 2. 3. Chairman 2. 3. 
Telephone 3. Election 3; C.G.A Committee-Hospitality 2. 3. 
"Dear Coed'* 3. Harmonettes 1. 2; Librarian 1, 2; S.P.S.E. A. 1. 2. 
3. 4. 

Doan, Kathleen Ann. Box. Osceola. Pa.. 258-5381, ARW Committee 
Chaiiman 3. Proctor 2. Phi Beta Lambda I. 2. 3. 4. Secretary 3. 
Bloomsburg Players 1. SPSEA I. 4; Pi Omega Pi 2. 3. 4. Secre- 
tary 3. 

Dobb. Judith Ann. 530 Center St.. Milton. Pa. 742-4517 Spanish 
Club 4; SPSEA, I. 2.3.4 

Doleiski. Llovd William. Sustiuehanna Avenue. Shickshmny. Pa . 
542-4120. American Chemical Society 2. 3. 4. President 4; Chess 
Club 1: Science Club 3 

Downs. Michael Edward. 198 Pine Street. Carroll Park. Bloomsburg. 
Pa.. 784-1996. C.G.A Packing Committee 4: Phi Beta Lambda 4. 
Circle K Club 2. 3. 4. Recording Secretary 3. SPS E.A 4. Intra- 
murals I. NBEA4 

Duchon. David Lance. 454 S Shamokin Street. Shamokin. P.i . 
648-3289 

Duke. David Allen. 81 Catawissa Avenue. Sunbury. Pa . 286-5403 
S.P.S.EA 4. Varsity Club 4; Alpha Phi Omega 2; Basketball I . 
Intramurals I. Psychology Club 4 

Duke. Nancy Jean. 144 Walnut St. Jenkintown. Pa . TU6-40.59 
C.G.A. Committce-Pep 2. Onentation 2; "B" Club 2. 3. 4. Coun- 
cil lor Exceptional Children 1. 2. 3. 4; SPSEA. 1. 2. 3. 4: Intra- 
murals I. 2, 3. 4. Hockey I 

Dunklebarger, Margaret Ann. 227 S. Pennsylvania Ave,. Centre 
Hall. Pa. 364-1432. Harmonettes 1. International Relations Club 

2. Psychology Club 3. 4. 

Dunn. Jean Ann, 1 1 1 Park Blvd., Berwick. Penna.. 752-3330 \td- 

riion .£ Gokl 1. 2; Athenaeum Club 2. 3; S.P.S.EA 1. 2. Day 

Women I. 2. 3. 4 
Eaton. Constance Eileen. R D =2. Eldred. Pa,. 225-4469 Phi Beta 

Lambda 3. 4. Harmonettes I. 2. S,P,S,E A 3. 4. Intramurals 1 
Eddinger. Terrv Samuel. 68 N. Centre Ave.. Leesport, Pa,. 926-3544 

Phi Beta Lambda I. 2, 3. 4; Huski Club I. 2. 3, 4; S.P.S.E A. 4 
Hdunk. Diane Mane. 2tX) Washington Ave.. West Wyoming. Pa,. 

288-1060. CO. A Committee -Hospitality 2. 3; Band I 
Eister. Joann. Lavelle. Pa.. 875-2388. "Who's Who Among Students 

in American Universities and Colleges" 4. German Club 2. 3. 4. 

Huski Club 2. 3. 4: S.P.S.EA, 3. 4: Intramurals 3 
Elliott. Kathleen Anne. 31 Chesnut Street. Ashland. Pa,. 875 3405 

.ARW 1. 2. 3. 4: Maroon & Gold 2. 3. Typing Coordinator 3. Se- 
nior Advisor 4: Ohmpmit Typist 2. 3. 4. Bloomsburg Plasers 2. 3. 

4. Harmonettes I. SPSEA 4. 
Elhot. Patncia Elaine. 7300 Jefl'crson .Ave.. Harnsburg. Pa,. 

564-1581 Council for Exceptional Children I. 4. Historian 2. 

SPSEA, 4 
Engsliom. Susan Lee. 510 East Main St.. Smclhport. Pa.. 887-2946 

Olympidit 2. 4; Council for Exceptional Children I. 4; S.P.S.E .A 

4; Sigma Alpha Eta I. 2. 3. 
Ennis. Nancy Ann. 803 Center St,. Williamsport. Pa,. 322-5005 

ARW Hall Representative 3; Freshman Co-Ordinator 3; ,Mhe- 

naeum Club 1: Harmonettes \: S,P,S E.A, 3. 4. 
Erb. Carl John. 553 Railroad Street. Danville. Pa.. 275-1844. Das 

Men. Inlernational Relations Club I. 2; Veteran's .Association 1. 2. 

3. Swimming I. Water Show I. 2. 3, 

Ernest. Mary Anna. 601 Mulberry St.. Berwick. Pa.. 752-6834. Day 
Woman Representative 2; S.P S.E.A. 2. 3. 4. Gamma Theta Upsi- 
lon 4 

Erney. Dana Richard. 616 N. Second St.. Harrisburg. Pa.. 232-8350 
MRA Freshman Advisor ]. Football 2. 3; Baseball I. 

Ertwme. Sally Lee. 517 Indianola Road. Valley Green, Fairless Hills, 
Pa-. WI6-1328. '■Who's Who Among Students m American Uni- 
versities and Colleges" 4; College Council 3; Recording Secretary 
3. C.G.A. Committee- Hospitality 1. 2. Standards 3. Pep 3. Chair- 
man 3. Orientation 3. 4. Election Bsiard 3. 4. ScKial Recreation 4. 
Student-faculty Discipline 4. Senuir Women's Representative 4. 
SPSEA. 3. 4. J R.A 3. 4 

Evans. Jack Rov. 115 Laurelwood Ct . Emporium. Pa.. 483-5154 
C G A. Commiltee-Hospitalitv 4. Bloodmobile 4. Fire Marshal 3. 
Science Club 4; SPSEA 4. Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; Intramurals I. 
2. 3.4 

Evans. Janet Rae. 212 Pine St. Danville. Pa.. 275-2804. Phi Beta 
Lambda 2. 3; Bloomsburg Players I 

Evans, Joan M.. 905A East Third Street. Nescopeck, Pa.. 752-2593, 
C.G.A. Council Member 3; Day Women Vice-President 1. Presi- 
dent 2: Phi Beta Lambda 2; Pi Omega Pi 3 

Evans. Pamela M.. 1.500 Walnut St,. Ashland. Pa.. 875-1264. C G A 
Commiitee-Pep 3. Dining Room 2. 3. BUxsmsburg Plavers 1. 2. 3. 
4: English Club 3. 4: Huski Club 4. SPSEA 4 

Eyer. Kathleen Joyce. 135 Knights Drue. Bloomsburg. Pa . 
784-3316. Phi Beta Lambda 3. 4 

Falatovich. John Joseph. 143 Park Place. Mahanov Citv. Pa . 
773-0708 Maroon £ Gold I. 2. 3. 4. Circulation Manager 4. 
Amateur Radio Oub 4. Le Cercle Francais 4; SPS E A 3. 4. In- 
tramurals 2. 3 

Farrelly. John Vincent. 2626 Old Elizabeth Road. West Mifflin. Pa . 
466-5961, Varsity Club 3. 4. Football I. 2. 3. 4: Baseball 1. Intra- 
murals 2 

Fassano. Sandra E,. R-D-SS5. Danville. Pa.. 275-3208. Bloomsburg 
Players I. 2; English Club 4: S.P.S.E. A. 4; Intramurals 2. 

Faust. Ace Thomas. 619 E. Second St , Weatherly. Pa.. 427-8578, 
C.O-A Committee-Election Board 4. S.P.S.EA. 1. 2. 3; Gamma 
Theta Upsilon 1. 2. 3. 4. Vice-President 3: Phi Sigma Pi 2. 3. 4. 
Secretary 2. Treasurer 2. 3. Intramurals I. 2. 3. 4 

Fav. .Adrienne Louise. 244 Spruce .Ave. Ridgway. Pa,. 77.1-5801 
CG-.A. Hospitality Committee 3. ARW: Dramatic Club I. Intra- 
murals 1: "B" Club I. Officer 3 

Fecher. Stevonn Elizabeth. 1544 Spnng Garden Ave. Berwick. Pa. 
759-8418- "'Who's Who Among Students in .American Universities 
and Colleges'^ 4. Cla.ss Secretary 3. C.G A Committee-Social Rec- 
reation 4: Day Women Vice President 3. Maroon & Gold I. 2; Le 
Cercle Francais 3. 4: SPSEA. 1. 2. 4 
Fedin. Evelyn Kathleen. 1940 North Market St . Berwick. Pa.. Pla- 
teau 2-4772. Obiter 1. Sports Staff 3. Harmonettes I: International 
Relations Club 4. President 4; SPSEA. I; Gamma Theta Upsi- 
lon 2; Fire Warden 1. ARW. Dav Women 2 



Fenstermacher. Donna Louise. 661 Duke Street. Northumberland. 

Pa,. 473-9243. Day Women 1. 2. 3. 4. Athenaeum Club 2: 

SPSEA, 1 
Fereuson. Gertrude Bover. 2631 Old Berwick Road. Bloomsburg. 

Pa . 784-8634 International Relations Club I 
Penan. Frank Joseph. 411 Wesi Third Street. Mt. Carmcl. Pa. 

349-2775 Phi Beta Lambda 1. Intramurals I. 2. 3. Newman Club 

1. 2. 3.4 

Fioney. Thomas Robcri. 708 N 6th Street. Shamokin. Pa . 648-2437 

Science Club I. 2 
Fisher. Jeffrey L. 833 Hilldale Road. Glenside. Pa,. TV -6-9875 Phi 

Beta Lambda 3; Band I. 2. Intramurals 1 
Fisher. Nancy .Ann. 150 Sherwood Drive. Bloomsburg. Pa. 

7,84-4045- SPSEA. 4: Obiler 4 
Fisher. Roddy Allen. RD3S3. Bloomsburg. Pa. 784-5807 Chess 

Club 2. 3. 4 
Flad. Jeanetle Ora. 230 W 8th Street. Bloomsburg. Pa,. 784-0287 

Dav Women 1. 2. 3. 4. German Club 2. 3. 4. Vice-Presideni 3 

Science Club 1. 2: SPSEA. 3. 4 
Foley. Judith Helen, 1539 Farm Lane. Bethlehem. Pa.. 868-55!'. 

"B" Club 2. 3. 4. Vice President 3. Harmonettes I; S.P.S.E. A 4 

Basketball I. 2. 3. 4; Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4. 
Foran. Lawrence. 530 East Diamond Avenue. Hazleton. Pa.. Concen 

Choir I. 2; Men's Glee Club 2: SPSEA, I. 2. 4; Hospitalitv 

Committee 2. 3: Archaeology Club 2. 3. 4. Assembly Committee 

4. Co-chairman 4 
Fornev. David Matthew. 523 Norlh Second Street, Catawissa. P.i 

356-7030. Day Men I. 2. 4; MRA 3; Athenaeum Club 3: Science 

Club 2. 3. 4. President 3. Alpha Phi Omega 3. 4. Treasurer 4: In- 
tramurals 1. 2. 3. 4. Baseball I. 2 
Fowler. Paul Donald. 320 Manzville Road. Berwick. Pa,. 752-6458 

SPSEA 4; Varsity Club 3. 4. Gamma Theta Upsilon 3. 4. Cioll 

2. 3. 4 

Francis. Ghislaine L . 510 Wesl Front Street. Berwick. Pa . 759-8nMS 

English Club 3: Le Cercle Francais 2 
Free. Thomas Walter. Box 34. R.D.al. Kmlersville. Hj , 

215-749-2078 Class President 2. 3, 4; Intramurals 1. 2. 3, 4. Phi 

Alpha Theta 3. 4. President 4. Proctor 4. 
Freeby. Douglas L.. R.D.»4. Lehighton. Pa.. 377-3738. 0/vm/"<in 2. 

3. Business Manager 2. 3; Phi Beta Lambda 1. 2. 3. 4. Business 
Manager 3; International Relations Club 4; SPSEA. I. 4. Kap- 
pa Delta Pi 3. 4; Pi Omega Pi 2. 3. 4. President 4: Phi Beta 
Lambda 3. 4. Business Manager 3; President's Scholarship 3 

Freed. Gar> Lee. East Third Street. Red Hill. Pa., 215-679-9612 
C G.A,; Finance Committee 4, MRA, Vice-President 3, Council 2 
Olvmpian i: Phi Beta Lambda 2, 3, 4; SPS E A 2. 4; Pi OmcL.i 
Pi 2. 3. 4: Track I. 2: Intramurals I. 2. 3. 4. 

Frev. John Wayne. 113 Gaylord Avenue. Plymouth. Pa . 779-2t)2T 
Science Club 3. 4. Phi Sigma Pi 3. 4. Intramurals I. 3. 

Fruit. Shcrrcll Ann. RD 3 1. Bloomsburg. Pa. 784-4387, Sigma Al- 
pha Theta 1. 2. 3.4; '"Who's Who .Among Students in .American 
Universities and Colleges" 4. 

Fr^ling. Linda L.. 2363 Hillside Avenue. Williamsport. Pa 
322 8904 C.G A. Committee-Bloodmobile 2. Hospitality 3. Band 
I. 2. 3; Gamma Theta Upsilon 2. 3. 4. Intramurals 2 

Fuimer. Karen Louise. 346 King Street. Northumberland. Pa. 
473-3284 Athenaeum Club 2. 3, S,P.S.E.A. I. 2. 3. 4 

Galbreath. Stevan Anderson. 163 W. Third St.. Bloomsburg. Pa . 
784 0890. Chess Club 2, 3. 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; History Association 
3, 4, Vice President 4 

Gallo, June L, 319 Orange Street. Northumberland. Pa.. 473-3419 
Day Women; SPSEA. 4; NEA 4; Psychology Club 3. 4. Trea- 
surer 3 

Oarman. Kis-lyn L.. 500 Railroad St.. iLankcrville) Millersburg. Pa 
692-4533 Bloomsburg Players 4; S.P.S.EA, 3. 4. 

Gavlick. Bernard Joseph. 117 Second St.. Wyoming. Pa.. 693-3378 
Spanish Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Phi Sigma Pi 3; Track 4: Intramurals 1.2. 
3. 4. Delta Pi 3. 4. 

Geiser. Connie Joan. Potts Grove. Pa.. 742-4032. Concert Choir 1. 2; 
Huski Club 3. 4; Science Club 2; Spanish Club 3. 4; SPS E A I. 
4 

Gelhaus. Janet Carolyn. 858 Grove Street. Flourtown. Pa . 
AD3-447I Harmonettes I. S.P.S.EA 1.4. Intramurals I. 2. 3 

Genoa. John Jr.. 411 Pine Street. Danville. Pa.. 275-4702. CGA, 
Pep Committee 3; CGA, Bloodmobile Committee 2. 3. 4; Home- 
coming Committee 3. 4. Chairman 4; Decorating Committee 4. 
Phi Beta Lambda 2. 3. 4. Alpha Phi Omega 2. 3. 4. Vice President 
4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Master of Ceremonies of Junior 
Prom 3; Miss Eastern Pennsylvania Pageant Escoun 2. 3. 4 

Gentile. Joseph Phillip. 129 Park Street. Carbondaie. Pa.. 282-1422 
MRA Representative 3. CGA Pep Committee 3; Sigma Iota 
Omega 2. 3. 4. 

Gentile. Rocant Peter. 338 West Second Street. Hazleton. Pa . 
45S-404O. CGA Decoration Committee 3. Onentation Commit- 
tee 4; Hospitality I. 2. 3. Spring Ans Festival 4: Commillce on 
College and Community .Affairs 4. Chairman 4. MRA Represen- 
tative 4. Phi Beta Lambda 1. 2. 3. 4. Vice President 3. Huski Club 
I. S PS E A 4; Newman Club I. 2. 3. 4. Vice President 2. Presi- 
dent 3, 

George, Larry Wilben, RD »2. Catawissa. Pa. 799-5551 Dav 
Men: Phi Beta Lambda 2. 3. 4. Science Club 1; SPSEA, 1. Al- 
pha Phi Omega 2. 3. 4; Intramurals I. 2. 3. 4, 
George. Roger Lee. R D.ff 2. Palmerlon. Pa.. 826-8429. Concert 
Choir 1. 2; Physics Club 2. 3. 4; Phi Sigma Pi 2. 3; Delta Pi 3. 4, 
Gerhard. David Man. 326 W Third St.. Berwick. Pa.. 759-9985 

CGA Committee 3. 4; Maroon & Gold 3. 4; Circle K Club 3 
Gerst. Joseph Martin. 74 Montour Street. Danville. Pa.. 275-4264 
Council for Exceptional C"hildrcn I . Sigma Iota Omega 3; Varsity 
Club 3. 4. Secretars 3. Vice President 4. Football 4; Wrestling 4: 
Track 4; Athletic Committee 2. Student Representative 2. Proctor 

Gesalman. Carol. R D »8. Box 162. Greensburg. Pa.. 412-837-14.39 
CGA- Hospitality Committee 3. 4; ARW I. 2. 3. 4; ""B" Club 2. 
3. 4. Council for Exceptional Children 1. 2. 3, 4: Dramatic Club 
"Players" I, 2, 3, 4; Harmonettes 2, S.PS E A, 4. Band 2. 3. Al- 
pha Psi Omega 3. 4; Intramurals I. 2, 3, 4 

Gibble, Robert James, 1707 Perkiomen Ave. Reading. Pa. 
375-0956 ""Who"s Who Among Students in American Universities 
and Colleges"" 4. Phi Beta Lambda 3; Sigma Iota Omega 3. 4; 



V.irsily riuh : 1. 4. Ba^kclbJll I Inlr.miuriK 1. :. 1 4, BjsehjII 

1. :, 3.4 

Gi°tr K3lhr\n Elizibelh. R D 3 I. Blimmsburg. Pa, 784-041: 
Harnionciies I. Inlernatmnal RcldlKin'. Club 4. Science Club I, 2. 

3. 4. Recording Secrelar\ 4. S P S hA 4. Kappa Delia Pi 3. 4, 
Treasurer 4 

Golden, Margarel J , FriendsMlle. Pa , 553 2388 C G A Decoration 
Committee 3, 4, Election Board 3. 4: Hospitality Committee 4, 
ARW, Phi Beta Lambda 1, 3. 3; SRS.EA. 1.4; Intramurals I, 2. 
3 

Goldman, Mark Stuart. 517 Montgomery St. Brooklyn. New York. 
756-2941 ■"Who's VVhu .Among Students in American Universities 
and Colleges" 4: C G A Election Board 4. Co-Chairman 4; Circle 
K Club 2. 3: Sigma Tau Delta 2. 3. 4. Vice President 3. President 
4; Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4 

Good. Nan Carolyn, 4(X) Maple St. Manchester. Pa. 266-3285. 
ARW Judiciarv Board 2. Treasurer 3. Council for Exceptional 
Children 1. 2. 3. 4: Harmonetles 1; Intramurals 1. 2. 3 

Gordner. Ruth Elaine. Rohrsburg. Pa. 458-2391 Phi Beta Lambda 

2. 3. 4; Bloomsburg Players 3 

Gordon. Carl Adam. Lake Ariel. Pa . 717-698 5545 M,:m,M & Colil 
Photographer 3: International Relations Club 4. Alpha Phi Ome- 
ga 3. Intramurals 2. 3. 4. Captain 

Greco. Donna Mane. 124 S Market St . Ml. Carmel. Pa . 339-2222 
Harmonetles I , Sigma Tau Delta 3. 4. S P S E A I Intramurals 1 

Greco. Charles Joseph. 244 Penn St Bloomsburg. Pa 784-1277 In- 
tramurals I. 1. Day Men 3 4 

Green, Charlotte Mae. 45 Highland Ave Factors.Mllc. Pa. 
945-5660 CG A Remembrance CMmmitlee I ARW Fire Mar- 
shall 1. Athenaeum Club 1. Bloomsburg Players 1. Harmonetles 

1, 2, Huski Club 2, 3, 4. S PS E A, 3. 4. Intramurals 1 
Greenaway. Cecelia Hannah. 910 La Salle St., Bersvick. Pa,, 

752-5567 Athenaeum Club 2, 3, Council lor Exceptional Chil- 
dren 3, 4 

Gruber, Gene Charles. 322 E Filth Si. Bosertown. Pa. 367-4351 
Varsity Club 4. Beta Sigma Delta 3. 4. Phi Sigma Pi 2. 3. Basket- 
ball 1. Intramurals I. 2 3. 4. Baseball 2. 3. 4 

Grugan. Larr> ,^lan, 105 King Ave . Shamokin Dam. Pa.. 743-3882 
Phi Beta Lambda 1. 2. 3.4. Sergeant At Arms 3, Circle K Club 1. 
.\lpha Phi Omega 2. 3. 4. Publicity Chairman 3. Executive Board 
3 

Grutza. Ronald David. 407 South Main St Shenandoah. Pa . 
462-3320 English Club 4, S PS E A 4. Intramurals 2. 3. Hospi- 
tality Committee 3 

Gubernot, Joseph James, 1336 Fern St, Shamokin, Pa., 648-9997 
Basketball 1 

Gulnac. Eileen Jane. 248 Monterey Ave. Ridgway. Pa,. 77-2.3982. 
Maronn & CuiUi 3. Sigma .Mpha Eta I. 2. Intramurals 1 

Gundel. Michael Lynn. 115 High St. Pine Grove, Pa, F15-Sil9 
Class Vice President 4; German Club 2. 3. 4, PrcMdcnt 3, Huski 
Club 3. 4; Track 1, 3: Intramurals 1. 2. 3, 4, 

Hackenberry. Paul Stanley. Jr. 810 Freedom Ave. Burnham. Pa. 
248-6228 Olvmpitin 2. American Chemical Societv I. 2. Science 
Club 1, 2, S PS-E A 4: Gamma Theta Lipsilon 3, 4 

Haftke. Kathleen Ann. 432 Norristown Road. Horsham. Pa.. 
OS2-3184 CG A Hospitality Committee I. 2: Dining Room 
Committee 3. Big and Little Sister Coordinator 3. Bloomsburg 
Players 1, Le Cercle Francais 2. 3, 4: SPSE A, 4, Intramurals I 

Hagenbaugh, Frank Val, 72 Indigo Road. Levittown, Pa,, Wi- 

5 1524 Alpha Phi Omega 1. 2, 3. 4: Intramurals 1. 2, 3. 4. Delta 
Omega Chi 3. 4. Historian 3. Baseball 1. Psychology Club 2: Ar- 
chaeology Club 2. Fire Marshall 2 

Hallerman. Glen Edward. R D #4. Danville, Pa,. 275-4382 Phi 
Beta Lambda I, 2, 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3. 4, Vice President 4; In- 
tramurals I. 2. 3. 4 

Hand, Ronald Eugene, 30 Queen Street. Nonhumberland, Pa, 
473-9312 American Chemical Society 2; Intramurals 1 

Harding. Elwood Ralph. Jr. Box 34. Bloomsburg. Pa. 784-5810, 

Harding, Joyce Zeisloft. RD ff I, Millville, Pa, 487-2222 Blooms- 
burg Plavers 3, International Relations Club 4; S P S,E A 4, In- 
tramurals 3 

Harer, Margaret Crxstal, 465 Howard Street. South Williamsport. 
Pa. 323-2742 ARW: Council for Exceptional Children 3. 4; 
Huski Club 1 

Harner, Linda Kay, 85 Crouse Park, Littlcslown, Pa., 359-5211 
Bloomsburg Players 2. 3 

Harrington. Edward WiUiam. 1137 W. Ltscust Street. Scranton. Pa.. 
344-6874 MRA Dorm Council 3, 

Harris, Manan Rae, R D «2, Orangeville. Pa . Spanish Club I. 2. 3. 

4. Treasurer 3: SPSE A 1,3, 4. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, 

Hams, Nancy Louise. 429 Market St. Bahgor, Pa.. 581-3955. 

CG A Committee-Pep 3. ARW Committee- House 3. Hospitali- 

tv 2. 3; English Club 2. Harmonetles 1 
Harler. Carol Ann. Wapwallopen. Pa,. 379-3752 ARW Fire Warden 

3. .^theneaum Club 2, 3, Harmonetles I: International Relations 
Club 2, 3, 4. Secretary 4; Spanish Club 3, 4. SPSE A 4 

Hartman, Jane Ellen, Shuman Street, Catawissa. Pa,, 356-4551 Day 
Women. Concert Choir I. 2. 3. 4; Madngals 2. 3. 4 

Hanman. Richard Lee. R D » I . Bemton. Pa.. 925-3735 Class Float 
3; CG A Commitlee-Dining Room 2. 3 Awards 2. 3, 4; Maroon 

6 Golii 2. 3, 4, Assistant Copy Editor 3, Copy Editor 4; Circle K 
Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3. Band 1, 2 

Hauber, Dorothy Mane, 317 Central Dnve, Lansdale, Pa,, 855-1059 
C G A Committee-Election Board 3; English Club 2, 3. Secretary 
3; International Relations Club 2i S PSEA, 1, 2, 3 

Hauser, Loretta Helen, 705 Bath Ave , Catasauqua, Pa , 264-0235 
Phi Beta Lambda 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, Extramurals 1 

Heim, Roger Beyer, 388 Linden Street, Sunbury, Pa.. 286-4606 En- 
glish Club 3; BSC Literar\ and Film Society 3. 4, President 4 

Heilz. Maryellen, 654 Plane St., Columbia, Pa , 684-4877 Phi Beta 
Lambda I, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader I, 2, 3, Captain 3; Pi Omega Pi I, 

2, 3, 4, Histonan 3 

Helmer, Linda Mar^, Star Route. Jim Thorpe, Pa , 325-2-67 CGA, 

Committee 3, -B" Club I, English Club 4; S.P.S.EA 4; JRA I, 

LSA 4, Secretarv 1 
Helt, Mrs, Anajane, 542 Race Street, Millersburg, Pa,, 692-3560, 

S PS.E.A 3, 4 
Henry, Diane Mane, 12 Grand St,, Danville, Pa., 275-3810 
Herb, Mrs Shirley Lehman, 695 Pnnce Street, Northumberland, Pa,, 

473-8687 Athenaeum Club 3: SPSEA 2; Dav Women 



Herman, Richard C, RD»1, Sunbur>, Pa, 286-4013 Phi Beta 
Lambda 1. 2. 3. 4 

Heupcke. Renee Z. Sugarloaf, Pa . 384-4238 International Rela- 
tions Club 2. 3. S.P.S.EA. 1. 2. 4 

Hillier. Victona Jean, Box 62, Hummels Wharf. Pa , 743-6445 Ohi- 
ier 1, Council for Exceptional Children 1, 2, 3, 4. Huski Club 2. 
SPSEA 4, Sigma ,-Mpha Eta 1, 2, Intramurals 2, 3, 

Hinkle, Robert Reese, 401 West Frack St,. Fraekville. Pa,. 874-3905. 
Concert Choir I. 2: Band I. Phi Sigma Pi I, 2. 3. Vice-President 3; 
Sigma Alpha Eta I. 2. 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Tennis 2; Intramurals 2. 
3. 4: Delia Pi 3. 4, President 3, IFC Representative 4: Inter-Fra- 
ternnv Council 3, 4, Secretarx' 4. 

Hippensliel, Douglas Clark, Box 225, Lighlstreet, Pa„ 784-8189. 
"Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Col- 
leges" 4; Class Treasurer 1.2; College Council 3. 4; C.G.A. Com- 
mittee-Election Board 2. 3. 4; Orientation 4; Day Men Vice Presi- 
dent 4; Miiroon & Gold 1,2, 3, 4, Assistant Managing Editor I. 
Managing Editor 2, Editor-in-Chief 3, 4; International Relations 
Club 1, Sigma Tau Delta 2, 3. 4. Band I. SPSEA 1, Alpha Phi 
Gamma 3, 4 

Histed, Girard Mark, 301 Laurel St , Ardhbald, Pa , 876-0687 
SPSEA 4, Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 

Hoanzl, Beverly Ann, .3030 N Second St , ,Mlcntown, Pa , 434-1745 
Harmonetles 1, Huski Club 4, Spanish Club 3, SPSEA. I, 2, 3, 
4: Intramurals I 

Hodgett, Sharon Louise, 664 First ,Ave , Williamsport. Pa . 323-7605 
CGA Hospitality Committee I. 2; Maroon & Gold 2, Olympian 
2; SPSEA 1, 2. 4. 

Hofr, Jane Ellen, 3U7 Pine St , Towanda, Pa , 265 652S Council for 
Exceptional Children 3, S P S E.A 4. Sigma Alpha Eta 1. 2, 3, 4 

Hoffman, Cynthia Diane, 25 Church St,, Glen Rock, Pa . 235-2086 
C G.A Committee-Election Board 3; Hospitality 3. ARW Proc- 
tor 2. Assistant JRA, 3, 4, Harmonetles 1, 2, 3, Secretary 2; 
SPSEA 4 

Hoffman, Timothy James. 136 W ,Anthonv Ave , Bloomsburg, Pa , 
784-4074 "Who's Who Among Students in Amencan Universities 
and Colleges" 4, Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2. Treasurer 3; 
Science Club 4; Physics Club 2, 3, 4, SPSEA 3, Intramurals I. 
Madrigals 1, 2, 3. 4 

Hogan. Barbara Grace. RD»I. Sunburx, Pa. 286-9342 CGA, 
Hospitalitv Committee I, 3, Obiter Typist I; Dramatic Club I, 2; 
Huski Club 2. Spanish Club 2: Intramurals 1, 2; East Hall House 
Committee 3 

Hollis. John Edward, 917 Washington Street, Freeland, Pa. 
636-3653. Varsity Club 3, 4, Beta Sigma Delta 2, 3, 4. Vice-Presi- 
dent 2, 3, 4; Basketball I: Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4 

Holloway, Dee Ann, Emaus Ave and Mountain Lane, AUentown, 
Pa,. 797-0341 Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4. History Association 3, 4, Sec- 
retary 3, 4, 

Holly, Richard Lawrence. 1617 Capouse Ave. Scranton, Pa.. 
343-2834, CGA. Committec-Pcp 2. Onentation 2. 4: Phi Beta 
Lambda 3. 4, Intramurals I. 2. 4. Delta Omega Chi 3. 4. Trea- 
surer 3, 4; IFC 3 

Holmes, Suzy Eileen, RDJtI. Stillwater, Pa.. 864-3416 ARW. 
President of East Hall 3; Harmonetles 1. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4 

Hontz, William Thomas, 153 N Pioneer Ave, Shaverlown, Pa, 
674-5348 Intramurals I. 2, 3. 4 

Hoosty. James Aten. 509 Chestnut St.. Berwick, Pa.. 752-4891, Athe- 
naeum Club I, 2, 3. 4. Sigma Tau Delta 2. 3. 4. Vice-President 4. 
S PS E A 3, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Histonan 3 

Hopkins, George Ellas, 3- Lewis St,, Feasterville, Pa, EL-7-5708 
Delta Pi 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4; Bowling 1 , 2, 3 

Horan, Patricia Mary, 18 Beechtree Road, Levittown, Pa, 
W19-1484, SPSEA, I, 2. 3, 4 

Houck, Dona Maree. 540 Jefferson St , Bloomsburg, Pa , 7X4-4433 
Le Cercle Francais 3, 4, 

Houghton. Michael John. 823 Park Place. Williamspon. Pa. 
322-2036 Olympian 4, Edilonal Counsel 4, Bloomsburg Players I, 
1: Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3; Psychology Club 2, Phi Sigma 
Si 3, 4, 

Houser. Douglas Arthur, Route I. New Ringgold. Pa. 386-5631 
Amateur Radio Club 4. Circle K Club 3. 4. S PSEA, 4; Intra- 
murals I, 2, 4 

Houser, Sandra Jean. 24 Shoemaker St.. Forty Fort. Pa.. 287-2948, 
C.G.A. Hospitality Committee 2; J.R.A. 3; "B" Club 1; German 
Club 3; Harmonetles I. 2, Treasurer 2; S.P.S.EA. 4 

Howell, Albert, 1127 Spnng Street. Avoca, Pa., 717-457-4070 Phi 
Beta Lambda 2, 3. 4, Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Intra- 
murals 2 

Howell, Janice Ann, 909 Walnul SL. Clarks Summit, Pa , 586-7706 

S P S E.A, I, 2; CGA. Hospitality Committee 3 
Hower. Mary Virginia. FernviUe. Bloomsburg. Pa, 784-0553. 

Bloomsburg Players 1, 3. 4. English Club 1, 2. 3. 4, International 

Relations Club 4; SPSEA, I, 2, 3, 4, 
Huber, Carmen Lorraine, 328 Chestnut St,, Montoursville, Pa., 

368-8039 Class Sccrelarx 4; CCA, Committee-Hospitality 3; 

Election Board 3. Ohiitr. Le Cercle Francais 3. Intramurals 1 
Hubler, Joyce .\nn, 116 W Biddle Street. Gordon. Pa., 

717-875-0351 ARW, "B" Club 3, 4, SPSEA. 4. Basketball 2 

Intramurals I, 2. 3. 4; Wesley Fellowship 2. 3. 4. 
Hull. Jeffrey David, Woodland ,^ye , Rockaway, New Jersey, 

627-5725, Football 1; Wrestling 1, Intramurals 4. .Archeology 

Club 3, 4, 
Hummel, Linda Ann, R,D.«2, Berwick. Pa,. 752-3081 Phi Beta 

Lambda (Business Ed, Club) 2. 3. Chess Club I. 2. 3. Treasurer 3; 

Harmonetles I , S P S E A 1 . Chess Team 3 
Hurley, Barbara ,\nne, 1039 N. Warren St. Pottslown. Pa. 

323 3.505 Bloomsburg Players 1; English Club 2. 3. S PSEA 4. 

Intramurals 1. 2. 
Hutchison. Marv Louise. 1048 Mulberry Street. Montoursville. Pa. 

368-1004. SPSEA, 4: Intramurals I. 2, 3, Ski Club 2; House 

Committee 3; Remembrance Committee 2 
Kallay, Karen Anne, 596 Park Ridge Drive, Wayne, Pa,, 687-0556, 

Bloomsburg Players 1, Sigma ,Mpha Eta 4, 
Karas, Louis James, RD»I, Catawissa. Pa. 784-7513 SPSEA, I: 

Archeology Club 2. Treasurer 2 
Karschner. Betty Ilene. RD#3. Benton. Pa.. 458-6918 Atheneaum 

Club 1. S,P,S,E,A, 3- 
Kashimba, Frank Stanley. 972 James Street. Hazleton. Pa.. 

454-6168. Science Club 1. 2. Treasurer 2, 3, Social Recreation 



Committee 2 
Kashlak, Ronald George, 351 E, Railroad St, Nesquehoning. Pa. 
669-6667 Circle K Club 3. Projects Committee-Co-Chainnan 3; 
Phi Sigma Xi 3; Psychology Club 2, 
Kauffman. G.nl Omdorn. 318 Mifflin St, Huntingdon, Pa., 
643-3707 Harmonetles I. Sigma Alpha Eta 1. 2. 3. 4. Art and 
Publicity Chairman 3. Intramurals I. 2. 3 
Kearney. Waller John, 51 Indigo Road. Levittown. Pa.. 215- 
WI-5-i335. CGA. Orientation Committee 3; Freshman Class 
Advisor 4; Beta Sigma Delta 3, 4, Phi Sigma Pi 2, i. Basketball I. 
Baseball 1 
Kearns. Howard Vincent, 130 East Dewarl St, Shamokin, Pa, 
648-3528 Maroon & Gold 1. 2. 3; Obiier 2. Olympian 4: Dramatic 
Club "Players" 1, 2. 3. 4. President 3, Forensic Society 3. Alpha 
Psi Omega 3, 4. Spring Arts Committee 4 
Keefe. Richard Joseph. 115 E, Shawnee Ave., Plymouth. Pa, 
779-2654. CGA, Committee-Hospitality 1. 2. Finance 2; Maroon 
iS Gold 1, 2; Pilot 4, Editor 4: Phi Beta Lambda 1. 2. 3, 4. Presi- 
dent 3; Circle K Club 1; SPS,E.A. 3. 4. 
Kelchner. Willard Fleming. III. Beach Haven, Pa.. 759-9219. Athe- 
naeum Club 2. 3, 4, Treasurer 3. Circle K Club I. 2, 3; Gamma 
Theta Upsilon 3, 4, 
Keller, Betty-Ruth, 379 East Third St , Bloomsburg, Pa , 784 4754 
Harmonetles 2, 3. 4. Assistant Pianist 2, Secretary 3. Pianist 3. 4; 
Sigma Tau Delta 4, 
Kerstetter, William C, Jr., 798 Center St., Shamokin, Pa., 648-2234. 
CGA, Social Committee 4, Assembly Committee 4, Hospitality I, 
4, Concert Choir 1. 2. 3. 4; Librarian 3. 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4; 
Huski Club 3; Student Chnstian Association 3; Men's Glee Club 
I, 2. 3. 4; Librarian and Pianist 1, 2. 3, 4, Delta Pi 4. 
Kessler, Dorothy Jane. 106 Mulberry St . Danville. Pa . 275-4033 

Day Women. Council for Exceptional Children 4. S P S E A 4 
Kieski. Albert Edward, 229 W Fifth St , Mt Carmel, Pa , 339-1064 

Archaeology Club 2; Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4 
Kiner, Barbara Lee, 245 Enola Road, Enola, Pa,, 732-0449 Maroon 
& Gold \\ Obiter 2; Bloomsburg Players 1, 2, 3, 4, International 
Relations Club 1; Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, 
Vice-President 4; Intramurals 2, 3 
Kinn, Patricia Ann, RD«6, Danville, Pa,, 275-3699. CGA. Com- 
mittee-Hospitality 2. Bloomsburg Players 2; English Club I. 4. 
SPSEA I. 4 
Kisenwether. Kaye Ellen, RD>t2, Drums, Pa, 788-1511 Maroon & 
Gold I, 2, 3, 4, Typing Coordinator 3, 4; Olympian 2, 3, Head 
Typist 2, 3: "Digest" I, 2; "Dear Coed" 2. 3, SPSE A 1.2. 4. 
Kline. Donna Lou. 246 W Spruce St., Shamokin, Pa , 648-5885 

Harmonetles 1, Psychology Club 2 
Kline, Eugene Ead, 504 Liberty St., Watsontown, Pa, 538-4681 

Science Club 2, 3, 4; Veteran's Association 4 
Kline, Thomas Charles, 124 N. Eighth St.. Shamokin. Pa.. 648-3447, 

Band I. 2. 3. Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 
Klingaman, Iva-Anne, 408 Corinthian Ave , Hatboro, Pa,, 
OS5-7785 CGA, Committee-Hospitality 1, 2, Bloomsburg Play- 
ers 1. 2, 3, 4; Studio Band 2, 3. 4, Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, 4, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3 
Knapp, Joan Carole, 7245 Spruce St . Upper Darby, Pa,, FL2-36I8, 
CGA- Committee-Orientation 3. Election Board 3, 4. Standards 
3, Social Recreation 4, "B" Club 4, Intramurals I, 2. 3, 4 
Knorr, Barbara Ann, 455 E Eighth St , Bloomsburg, Pa , 784-5567 
Phi Beta Lambda I Business Education Club) 4, SPSEA. 4, 
SNEA 4 
Knouse, Theron Ira, Jr . Box 92 Mam St . Wapwallopen, Pa , 

379-3155 MRA; Track 2. Archeology Club 2, 3, President 
Koerner, Patrician Ann. Box 369. Cresco, Pa,. 839-7304 RA 4; "B" 
Club I. 2, 3, 4. President 4; Council for Exceptional Children I, 
Harmonetles 2; Le Cercle Francais 3, SPS E A 4, Sigma Alpha 
Eta 1; Intramurals I, 2. 3. 4. 
Konsur. Judith Anne. RD»I, Susquehanna. Pa„ 756-4364, ARW 
Corndor Representative 2, 3, Proctor 1; Spanish Club I, 2. 3, 4. 
Vice President 2; S PS E A 4. Intramurals 2. 
Kopp. Carol .Ann. 330 N Mill St. Sainl Clair, Pa. 429-0109 Phi 
Beta Lambda 1. 2. 3. 4. Huski Club 3. 4. S.P SEA 4, Band I, 2; 
Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4 
Kovalich, Gale Mane. 331 W Lloyd St.. Shenandoah. Pa.. 
462-1603. ARW Dorm Committee 3; Huski Club 2. International 
Relations Club 4; S PS.E.A 4 
Kosoloskl. Mrs Cathcnne A.. 343 E Market Street. Williamslown, 
Pa., 647-9509 Day Women 2,1,4;S.P S.E A 4, Newman Club 3,'' 
Kowalski. Chnstine Anne, 3 Port Allegany Road, Coudersport, Pa,, 
274-9756. "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities 
and Colleges" 4; College Council 3; ARW Governing Board I, 
Judiciary Board 2. President 3; Lambda Alpha Mu 2. 3. 4. Gam- 
ma Theta Lipsilon 2, 3, 4. Corresponding Secretary 2. 3. 4 
Kowalski. Joseph S.. RD»1, Turbotville, Pa, 437-2823 College 
Council 3; CGA, Committee-Hospitality 2; SPS E A 4; Alpha 
Phi Omega 2, 3, 4 
Kreischner, Dale Lamar, 473 E. Main St.. Catawissa. Pa.. 356-7117 
International Relatums Club I. 2. 3. 4; S.P.S.EA. 4; Alpha Phi 
Omega 3. 4 
Kuffa. Andrew Edward. RD» 1. Tunkhannock. Pa. S36-I886 Hu.ski 

Club 1, 2 
Kurtz. Austin Anthony, 103 Cathenne Street, Johnstown, Pa, 
539-1661. C.G.A. Assembly Committee 2. 3; Election Board 3. 4; 
Bloodmobile Committee 4; Hospitality Committee 1. 2. 3. 4; Ma- 
roon & Gold 3. Olympian 4, International Relations Club I, 2. Al- 
pha Phi Omega 2. 3; Gamma Theta Upsilon 2. 3. 4. 
Kuruna. Daniel Lee. 405 Iron Street. Bloomsburg. Pa. 784-8616. 
Olympian 2, Concert Choir I. 2; Men's Glee Club I, 2; Spnng 
Arts Festival Committee L 2. 3. 4. 
Lamb. Emily Mary. 632 W. Chestnut St.. Shamokin. Pa.. 648-4807. 

Bloomsburg Players 4: S PS.E.A 4: Intramurals I. 2, 
Lamoreaux. Susan Jane. R.D.»l. Sweet Malley. Pa.. 477-4213, 
Council for Exceptional Children 3, 4; S,P S E A. 1,3. 4; Dear CO- 
ED 2. Wnter 2 
Langan. Michael Charles. 319 Prescott .Ave.. Scranton, Pa,. 

344-5626. Phi Beta Lambda 3, 4; SPS. E.A. 4; Intramurals 2. 3. 
Large. William Robert. 1539 Centre Street. Ashland, Pa., 875-0439, 
Maroon & Gold 1. 3. 4, Feature Reporter 3. 4; Obiter 4. Photogra- 
pher 4: Olympian 4: Concert Choir 1. 2; English Club 3: Intramu- 
rals 3, 



Utchford. Barbara Deisile. 134 W, From St.. Danville, Pa, 
275-1971. Day Women; S.P.S.E.A. 4. 

U[chford. Harold Leonard. Fr.. 134 W. Front Si. Danville. Pa . 
275-1971, Day Men I. 2. 3. 4; Chess Club I. 2. 3. 4; Track I. 2. 3. 
4: Chess Team I. 2. 3, 4. 

Leahy. Richard Dennis, R,D.#2, Canion. Pa.. 673-5055 Band I. 2: 
Gamma Theia Upsilon 3, 4. President 4: Delta Pi 3. 4. 

Learn. Gordon Elliot, 1976 Adams Ave.. Abmgion. Pa. TV4-4970, 
C.G.A. Dining Room Chairman 3; Publications Committee 2; 
MRZ Downtown Representative 2. 3. 4; Men's Judiciarv Board 3; 
Football I, Intramurals 2, Captain I 

Lenio. Barbara Jean. 215 S. Main Si,. Forest City. Pa.. 785-5496. 
Bloomsbure Players 1. 2, 3. 4; Harmonettes I. 2. 3. 4. Librarian 3: 
SPS E.A. 4, 

Leta. Barbara Ann. 685 May .Avenue. Wiljiambport. Pa . 322-2420. 
C.G.A, Hospitality Committee I. 2; C.G A. Dming Room Com- 
mittee 1; Pep Commillee 1. 2; Orientation Committee 2; Obiter 2; 
President of West Hall 3; S,P,S.E..A, I. 2. 3, 4; Co-ordinator 
(ARW) 3; Newman Club 1, 2. 3, 4, 

Letcher. Richard John. 418 E Broad St.. Hazleton. Pa,. 454-7818 
Amateur Radio Club I. 2, 3, Veteran's Association 2. 3; Intramu- 
rals I. 

Lcvench, Elizabeth Stewart. Glenburn Road. Cfark's Gree, Pa,. 
586-6236, Council Tor Exceptional Children I. 2, 3. 4; Internation- 
al Relations Club 1. 2, 3, 4. Intramurals I, 2. 3. 4 

Levulis. Chester John. 135 W Mam St. Glen Lyon. Pa. 736-6421 
Athenaeum Club I. 2. SPS E.A 4, Veteran's Asstxriation 1. 2. 3. 
4, 

Lichtel. Richard William. 136 E. Chestnut St. Shamokin, Pa. 
648-1132. Varsity Club I. 2. 3; Football I. 2. 3. 4 

Linn. Robert Albert, 1 1. R.D » 2. Bloomsbifrg. Pa . 784 17Q| Intra- 
murals I, 2, 3, 4 

Lisk. Lloyd Lyon Jr , 34 Meeting House Lane. Spnnglield. Pa,. 
Ki3-3164- Phi Sigma \i 3. 4; Intramural Wrestling 1. 2. 3. 4. 

Littercr. George Edward, 6 W Mahoning St.. Danville. Pa,. 
275-1817. Physics Club 2. 3, 4; Bowling I. 2. 

Llewellyn. Robert David. 870 West Pine Streel, Shamokin. Pa, 
648-8667 Circle K Club I; Intramurals I. 2. 3. 4 

Loeper. Marsha Eileen. 1808 Market St , Ashland, Pa,. 875-2964 
Olvmpian 3; "Dear Coed" 2, 3; Basketball 1. Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 

Logue. Lynda Anne. 900 Mickley Road. Fullerlon. Pa,. 482-9845 
ARW Executive Board 4; Proctor 3, 4; Phi Beta Lambda I. 2, 
S PS E A 4: Lambda Alpha Mu 2. 3. 4 

Lohenilz. Helen Elizabeth. 427 E Union Streel, T-amaqua. Pa. 
668-4995 Phi Beta Lambda I. 2. 3. 4; Harmonettes 1. 2: Huski 
Club 4: S.P S E A 4. Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4 

Long. Bruce Leslie. R.D w I, Newville. Pa,. 48-6-5795 Varsii\ Club 
3. 4; Football I. 2. 3; Intramurals 2. 3 

Long, Carol Louise, 208 Rasely Street. Berwick, Pa. 759-8487. 
CGA Social Recreation 3, 4, Chairman .Audto-Visual Entertain- 
ment 3. 4. Athenaeum Club 2, Science Club 4, S P S E A 4 

Loux, Corey James. 1222 W Broad Street. Quakertown. Pa.. 
536-2315. CG.A. Social Recreation 3. 4. Chairman-Audio-Visual 
Entertainment 3. 4; Huski Club I. 2. 3. 4. President 4. SPSEA 
4; Intramurals 3, 4 

Lubinski. Rosemary Bridget. 930 W Market Streel, Stranlon. Pa . 
342-7138. Harmonettes 1. 2. SPS E.A. I. 2, 3. 4, Kappa Delta Pi 
3. 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 1, 2, 3. 4 

Luzi. Nancy Lee. 3518 Dixon Avenue. Bristol. Pa. ST8-I7I6 
C.G.A. Committee-Hospitality 1; ARW Dorm Council 3; Span- 
ish Club 2. 3. 4. President 3; S P.S.E.A 2. 4; Intramurals 2. 3 

Lynch. Patrick Michael, Mifflinville. Pa . 759-8912 Chess Club 1. 2. 
International Relations Club I. 2. 3, 4. Treasurer 2. 3; Kappa Del- 
la Pi 3. 4. Historian 4. Phi Alpha Theta 3. 4, Treasurer 4. 

Lyons. Thomas F . 222 VV Mahoning Sireet. Danville. Pa . 
275-2434. Phi Beta Lambda 3. 4. S P S E A 4, Veteran s Associa- 
tion 4 

McCiellan. Richard Eugene, 216 Market Si, Middlcburg. Pa,. 
837-7455. Phi Beta Lambda (Business Educalion Club) I. 2. 3, 4. 
Treasurer 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Vice President 4. Pi Omega Pi 
2. 3. 4; Intramurals I, 2. 3. 4 

McCord. Stephen Francis. 863 W. Spruce St. Shamokin. Pa.. 
648-4537. Varsity Club 3. 4; Football 3. 4. Intramurals I. 2. 3; 
Newman Club I. 2. 3, 4, 

McDonald. Elizabeth Ann. 555 Center St, MiUon. Pa. 742-4232, 
Olvmpian 2\ Bloomsburg Players I, 2. 3. English Club 2; Interna- 
lional Relations Club 1 

McGinley. Ruth Ann. 1514 Spruce St.. Ashland. Pa. 875-1081, 
"Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Col- 
leges" 4; College Council 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 3. 4; 
C-G.A, Committee-Office 3, 4, Standards 3, Publicity 3. Onenla- 
tion 3. 4. Pep 3. 4, Phi Bela Lambda I, 2, 3. 4, S P S E A 1 

McGlynn. John Henry. 110 South Diamond Sireet, Shamokin. Pa. 
648-1257. Sigma Alpha Eta I. 2. 3. 4. 

McHenrv. Donna Kay. Lighlslreel, Pa.. 784-3695 Phi Beta Lambda 

1. 2. 3.4; SPSEA. 4 

McKeown. Alice T,. 43 Penn Si . Wilkes-Barre. Pa . 822-9836 ARW 
House Committee 3: C G ."X Commiitee-Hospitalily 2, 3: Interna- 
tional Relations Club 4; Le Cercle Francais 1; SPSEA 1. 2. 3. 
4; Phi Alpha Theta (Historv Association) 4 

McSurdy. James E,. 504 W. Broad St,. Williamstown. Pa. 641-2701 
Maroon & Gold 3. 4. Sports Staff 3. 4: Alpha Phi Omega 2. 3; Beta 
Sigma Delta 3. 4; Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4. 

McSavage. Patricia Ann. RDasl. Box 168 A, Hawley. Pa. 
717-226-4757. Dramatic Club I; Huski Club 2. 3. 4; Le Cercle 
Francais 2. 3; Spanish Club 3. 4, Treasurer 3. S.P.S.E.A, 3. 4 

MacPherson. Ann Mane. RD#1. Dalton. Pa,. 945-5774, C.G A 
Committee-Dining Room 2, 3. Chairman 3, Convocation 4; Har- 
monettes I; Huski Club 2; Science Club 4; S.P.S.E.A. I, 4. 

Mack. Gerald Joseph. 1201 Gemini St. Nanticoke. Pa,. 753-5571 
S.PS.EA 4; Veteran's Association 1. 2. 3. 4, 

Madson, Mary Ellen. 796 Temple Road, Pottstown. Pa.. 323-3998. 
Phi Beta Lambda I. 2. 3. 4; Huski Club 2; S.P.S.E.A 4. 

Majikas. Vincent John. 355 Preston Ave.. GirardviHe. Pa,. 276-6536 
American Chemical Society 4. Athenaeum Club 1: Huski Club I. 

2. 3, 4; Ski-watch I. Science Club 4. S P.SE.A. 4. 

Malick. Margie Lynn. RDit2. Sunbury. Pa., 286-6938 ARW 2. Ju- 
dicial 2: Bloomsburg Players 3, House Manager 3: Alpha Psi Om- 
ega 2; Kappa Delta Pi 2: Student Christian .Association I. 



Maliniak. Diane Mary. 427 E, Centre St.. Mahanoy City. Pa.. 
773-3566. CG.A, Commit tee -Assembly 4. Maroon & Gold 1; In- 
ternational Relations Club 2 

Maioney, Man. Anne. 1 15 E Wood Sireet. Centralia. Pa.. 875-3483 
Concert Choir 2. 3. Dramatic Club 3. 4: Spanish Club 4; Newman 
Club I 

Mancuso, Mary Ka\ Preschutti. Fair Oaks Apts,. Easton Ro.id. 
Horsham. Pa. ARW: SPSEA 1.2; Intramurals 1.2.3.4 

Messner. Steven Pearson. 4270-J Williamsburg Drive. Hamsburg, 
Pa.. 545-6731. "Who's Who Among Studenls in American Uni- 
versities and Colleges 4; College Council 4, Treasurer 4; C.G \. 
Committee-Hospitalitv 2. 3. 4. Finance 3; MRA Representative 

3, Bloomsburg Players 3, SPSEA 3. 4; Social Chairman 3; Al- 
pha Phi Omega 2, 3. 4; Assistant Service Chairman 2. Vice-Presi- 
denl 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; Intramurals I. 2. 3. 4; .Archaeology 
Club 3. 4. Vice-President 3. Corresponding Secretarv 4; Delta Pi 3. 

4. Chairman of IFC Committee 3, 

Metzger. Richard O'Neil. 669 Princeton Avenue. Palmerton. Pa. 
862-3257 International Relations Club 2. Alpha Phi Omega 2. 3. 
Bela Sigma Delta 3. 4, Intramurals 4; Men's Proctor 4 

Mikell. Victoria Ann, Box 13. Kreamer. Pa . 374-4368. CG.A. Com- 
mittee-Hospitality 2. 3. Election Board 4; ARW Proctor 2, Big 
and Little Sister Coordinator 3: Maroon & Gold 3; Bloomsburg 
Players 3. 4. Spanish Club 1. 2. 3. 4. Vice-President 3; SPS E A 

1. 2, 3. 4, Psychology Club 2 

Miller. Charles L. Box 108. R D «I. Orwigsburg. Pa,, 366-6961 In- 
tramurals 4; Baseball 3 

Miller. Frances Ruth, 119 Penn Slreel. Tamaqua, Pa, 668-4202 
ARW Big and Little Sister Coordinator 3. Phi Beta Lambda I, 2. 
3. 4. Huski Club 3. 4. Secretary 4. S P S E A 4 

MiHer, Susan Harper. 313 E First Street. Bloomsburg. Pa "Who's 
Who .Among Students in .American Lniversities and Colleges" 4. 
College Council 2. 3; CG.A, Commiliee-Pat President Dav- 
Cbairman 2. Concert Choir I. 2. 3. 4; Madrigals I. 2, 3. 4: Inter- 
Collegiate Choir I; Bloomsburg Players 1. 2. 3; Huski Club I. Sig- 
ma Tau Delta 4: Studio Band Touring Group 1. 2. Water Ballel 

2. Psychology Club 2; Intramurals I, 

Mills, Constance Ann. 1350 Woodbourne Rd,. Levitiown, Pa.. Wl- 
6-3570, Ohier 1; Bloomsburg Players I 

Miskar. Charles John. Jr.. 41 1 West Pine Street. Mahanoy Citv, Pa . 
773-0600- Science Club 1. 2. 3. 4. S.PSE.A, Radio Show 3; Edi- 
tor 3; Announcer 3; Intramurals 1, 2. 3. 4: Manager 1 

Mitchell, Sidnev Brent. RD.«2. Athens, Pa.. 884-7979 Football 2: 
Track 1. 2, Intramurals I, 2. 3. 4. 

Moczulski. Mar) .Ann R,. 36 James Court, Easton. Pa. 258-3507 
Publicity Committee 3: Election Committee 4; Library Committee 
4; C G., A, -Hospitality 3. Onentaiion 3; Bloodmobile 3; Decora- 
tion 3, 4; Maroon & Gold 3. Bloomsburg Players 1. 2. 3. Interna- 
tional Relations Club 1: Psychology Club 2. Treasurer 2, 

Moke. Susan. 309 N, 4lh Slreel. Newport. Pa,. 567-6657. SPSEA 
1. 2- 

Molacavage. Mary Catherine. 423 Pine Hill Street. Minersville. Pa . 
544-5338 "Who's Who Among Students in Universities and Col- 
leges" 4; ARW Corndor Representative 2, Secretarv-Treasurer 3; 
Sigma .Alpha Eta I. 2. 3, 4. Secretarv 3. President 4. 

Mwidy. Terry Lee. R D #2. Box 226. Shamokin. Pa.. 797-3322 
C.G. .A Pep Committee 2, 3; CG.A Election Committee 2: 
C.G.A. Onentation Committee 3; MRA 3; Maroon & Gold 2; 
Concert Choir I. 2; Council for Exceptional Children 2; Blooms- 
burg Players 1; Glee Club I. 2 

Moran. Robert Thomas. 420 Church Slreel. Archibald, Pa . 
S76-0772 Phi Bela Lambda I. 2. 3, 4. Circle K Club 2. 3. 4. Trea- 
surer 3. 4. Iniramurals I, 2. 3. 4; IM Council 2. 3. 

Morgan, Linda Lee. Hazle Sireet. Nuremburg. "a.. 384-4605. Day 
Women 1. 2. 3. 4; S.P S.E.A. I, 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 3. 4. 

Morgan. Sandra Elizabeth. 186 Valley Drive. Churchville. Pa. 
EL7-O807 Obiter 2; Harmonettes I. 2. Librarian I. 2; Intramurals 
I. 2. 

Morley. Evelyn Mane. 117 Main St.. Blossburg. Pa.. 638-2485 Pilot 
4. Assistant Editor 4: Phi Beta Lambda 1. 2. 3. 4; SPS E A I. 4: 
Pi Omega Pi 2. 3. 4, 

Morrison. Edware Joseph. 319 West Ave. Mt Carmel. Pa, 
339-3781. Chess Club I 

Moser, Sharyn Lee, R D 5= I. Boveriown, Pa.. 367-0274 Bloomsburg 
Players I. Huski Club 2. International Relations Club 4; 
SPSEA 4 

Moul. William H., R.D.»3, Spring Gove. Pa,. 225-4308, Sigma Iota 
Omega 2. 3. 4; Varsity Club 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 3, President 4; 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2. 3, 4: Intramurals I. 2. 3 4; Al- 
pha Phi Omega 2 

Mowery, Charles George. 331 Glen Ave.. Bloomsburg. Pa. 
784-5865 Phi Beta Lambda I. 2. 3. 4; International Relations 
Club 3. 4, S P S E A 4; Intramurals 1. 2, 3. 4, 

Mover. David Allen. R.D.»1. New Columbia. Pa . 538-1586. Amer- 
ican Chemical Society 2. 3. 4; Chess Club \\ Bloomsburg Plavers 
I, Science Club I. 2. 3. 4. Vice President 2. President 3; S.P, S.E.A 
4 

Mover. Dennis Lamar. 933 W Main St . Valley View, Pa., 682-3773. 
SPSEA, 3 

Mover. John Russell. 40 Cherry Street. Danville. Pa.. 275-1185 
Council for Exceptional Children 2. 3. 4, Treasurer 3. Alpha Phi 
Omega 2. 3. 4. Secretary 3. Vice President 4. Football I; Intramu- 
rals 4 

Moyer. Joyce Ann. Box 430 R.D ff I. Northumberland. Pa , 
473-3734 Huski Club 2. 4 

Mudrick. Joan Mane. 719 Seybert St., Hazleton. Pa.. 454-3258 
ARW Corndor Representative 2; "B" Club 2. 3. 4; English Club 
4; SPSEA, 4; Lambda Alpha Mu 2. 3. 4; Pep Club 3. 4. 

Mulhern, Anne M,, 22 Joseph St.. Dalla.s. Pa,. 674-5119. ARW Cor- 
ndiir Representative 3, Prom Committee 3; "B" Club 4: Iniramu- 
rals I. 2. 3 

Mullin. William Joseph. 439 Grace Road. Upper Darby. Pa . 
1-2I5-259-707I MRA; Huski Club 2. 3. 4. Vice President 4. In- 
tramurals 2. 3. 4; Baseball I, Election Board Committee 4 

Mullineaux. Hellcn Mae. 116 Wood Road. Spnnglield. Pa, 
KI3-5550 Council for Exceptional Children 1. 2. 3. 4; Dramatic 
Club "Players" 1. Intramurals 1 

Murin, Joseph. 325 West Fifih Sireet. Mount Carmel. Pa , Ski Club 

3. MRA 1. 2. 3; Sky Diving I, 2. 3, English Club I. 2. 3; Intramu- 



rals I. 2. 3. 

Murr. Jeffens Martin. 1512 Foster Road. Warminster. Pa,. 055-4743. 
CG A, Social Recreation Committee 4; Council for Exceptional 
Children I: Pi Kappa Epilson. Recording Secretary 3. Pledec- 
master 4. IntraFraternity Council I; Pi Kappa Epsilon Represen- 
tative 4 

Murray. John A , 242 Spnng St . Middleiown, Pa,. 944-4483. C G A 
Orientation Committee 4; International Relations Club 3. Sigma 
lola Omega 3. 4. Football 1. Basketball I; Track 1, College Com- 
mons Student Manager 2. 3 

Muzi, Dana Mane. 720 South Main Sireei, Old Forge. Pa, 
457-06059 ARW 1. 2. 3. 4, Huski Club 2. SPS E A 4. Newman 
Club I. 2. 3. 4. Prom Committee t. 2. 3. 4. Hospiuliiy Commiiiee 
3. Decoration Committee 3. .Assistant Fire Marshall in East Hall 
3 

Nafzingcr, Brenda Jean. 2759 Stephens Si . Easton. Pa . 258-3584, 
C G A Hospitality Committee 2. 3. 4: Election Board 4, "B" Club 

2, 3, 4. Secretary 4; Bloomsburg Players I. 2; International Rela- 
tions Club 2, 3. 4. S.P.S.E.A. 3, 4; Band I. 2. 3. 4. Secretary 2. 
Treasurer 3; Basketball I. 2, 3. 4: Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4. 

Nahodil, Candace Lee. 517 North Coal St., Shamokin. Pa,, 
648-2289 Phi Beta Lambda I. 2. 4; S,P-S,E.A 2. 4 

Neiswender. James Harold. R.D «l. Palmyra. Pa.. 838-1127 Veter- 
an's Association 2, 3. Vice Commander 3; Sigma Alpha Eta 2 

Nester. Daniel David. 45 Patriotic Hill. Mahanoy City. Pa , 
773-3803 Amencan Chemical S.xiety 3. 4; Huski Club 3. 4; 
Science Club 4. Intramurals I, 2. 3. 4 

Nester. Linwood. 1245 Broad Streel. Emmaus. Pa,. 965-5735. Coun- 
cil for Exceptional Children 2. 3. 4; Swimming 1. 2; Delta Pi 3. 4. 

Netii. Domnick Michael. 2302 Ash Street. Scranton. Pa., DI 77762 
Maroon & Gold 4. S P S E.A 4; Newman Club 3. 

Niccol. Robert Louis, 2410 Nelson Court. Bristol. Pa.. S18-I88I 
C G -A Hospitality Committee 2; Amencan Chemical Society 1, 2, 

3. 4. Vice President 3, President 4; Science Club I. 2. 3, Program 
Chairman 2; SPSEA. 4; Phi Sigma Pi 2. 3. Vice President 3, In- 
tramurals I. 2. 5; Delta Pi 3. 4. 

Nicholson. Beverley Gave. 1335 Harnngton Rd . Havertown. Pa,. 
Hi9-8069 Phi Beta Lambda I. S RS E A 4; Intramurals I, 2. Re- 
membrance Committee 3 

Niemiec, Raymond Joseph. 116 W Main St. Glen Lyon. Pa. 
736-6012, Science Club 4; S.P.S.E.A. 1. 2. 3. 4. Intramurals 2 

North. Noreen. 35 East Lane. Levitiown. Pa.. WI.5-3966 Council 
for Exceptional Children I. 3. 4; S.P.S.E.A I. 3. Committee 
Chairman I; Lambda Alpha Mu 2. 

Nolarlomas. Michael J , 529 N Lincoln Ave,. Scranton. Pa . 
343-3728 CG A StKial Recreation Committee 3; Intramurals 4, 
Onentation Committee 4; Assembly 2, 

Novak. Michael Pierre. 628 Centei St.. Stowe. Pa,. 323-7551 CG A. 
Hospitality Committee 3. 4; Bloodmobile Committee 3. 4. Chair- 
man 4. Orientation 4; Phi Bela Lambda 2, 3. 4; Sigma Iota Ome 
ga 3. 4, Varsity Club 4. Phi Sigma Pi 2, 3. Chaplain 3. Football I 
2; Intramurals 1, 2. 3. 4: Wrestling Manager 2. 3: Big Name En 
leriainmeni Committee 4 

Nyce. James Vincent. 650 West Germantown Pike, Norristown. Pa 
279-8226 Phi Beta Lambda 2. 3. 4; Circle K Club I, 2, 3. 4. Presi 
dent 3, 4; Cross Country I, 2. 

O'Brien, John P.. 1549 Penn Avenue, Scranton, Pa.. 3440306 Intra 
murals 2, 

Oerther, Michael Norman, Apt, B-3 2622 Swede Road, Norristown, 
Pa,. Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4; Delta Omega Chi 3. 4. 

Ohnzock. .Anthony A , Box 95. Star Junction. Pa . 736-2490 Phi 
Beta Lambda 2, Bloomsburg Players I; S.P.S.E.A. 4; Band 1, 2; Pi 
Omega Pi 2. 3. 4 

Ondish, John Joseph. 729 Front St.. Freeland. Pa,. 636-0599 "Who's 
Who Among Students in .Amencan Universities and College* 
College Council 3. 4. Treasurer 3. President 4; CG A. Committee- 
Finance 3. Hospitality 2. Standards 3; Maroon A Gold 2. Phi 
Bela Lambda I. 2. 3. 4; S.P.S.E.A. 4; Alpha Phi Omega 2. 3, 4; 
Kappa Delia Pi 3, 4. Pi Omega Pi 2, 3. 4. 

Orazi, Dianne Rosemane. 830 Spnngfield Ave. Cranlord, Pa., 
276-9591. Bloomsburg Players 2. 3. 4. S.P SEA, 4. 

Oswald. L Dennis. 133'-: West Cranberry Avenue, West Hazellon. 
Pa., 454-8547 Phi Beta Lambda 2; Intramurals 2. 3. 4. Psycholo- 
gy Club 3 

Owens. Maxine Jane. Greenwood Terrace. Jankintown, Pa,. 
TV4-7I03 '-B" Club 3. 4; Council for Exceptional Children I, 2. 
3. 4; Hockey I. 4, Iniramurals I, 2. 3. 4 

Pavone. Theresa Ann. 1803 Lehaman Street. Hershey. Pa., 533-9679. 
Bloomsburg Players 3; German Club 3, 4. 

Pearson. Glona Elhelda. 1329 Green Street, Linwood. Pa,. 
HU5-2872 Council for Exceptional Children 4; Harmonettes 2, 3. 
Librarian 3; Sigma Alpha Eta I. 2. 3. 4; Psychology Club 4, 

Pecora, Patncia Ann. RD«I. Drums. Pa,. 788-1620- Bloomsburg 
Players 3 

Pench. Michael Peter, 777 Franklin Avenue. Palmerlon. Pa.. 
826-2308. Beta Sigma Delta 3. 4. Vice President 4. Alpha Phi Om- 
ega 2; Track 3 

Penlli. Joseph Dominic. 152 School Street, Summit Hill. Pa.. 
645-9479 Bloomsburg Players 3. 4; Intramurals I. 2. 3. 4 

Perry. John Rice. 1752 Madison Avenue. Dunmore. Pa . 942 5169 
C G A, Decoration Committee 3. 4; Publicity Committee 3, 4, So- 
cial Recreation 4. Chairman 3. Freshman Representative I. Hos- 
pitality Committee Chairman 2; Student Affairs Committee 4; 
MRA. Alpha Phi Omega 3. Beta Sigma Delta 4; Speaker o\' the 
House 3; Intramurals I. 2. 3. 4 

Peters. Stephen Forrest, RD»1. Newport. Pa,. 567-3469 Varsitv 
Club 3, 4. Wrestling I. 2, 3. 4. 

Phihpkoski. Richard. 10 North Sixth Street, Shamokin, Pa, 
648-1338. Circle K Club 2. 3. 4; Le Cercle Francais I, 

Phillips. Larry Robert, 1137 Susquehanna Street. Trevorlon. Pa.. 
797-3682, C.G.A, Committee-Social Recreation 4. Publicity 4. 
Big Name Entertainment 4: Maroon & Gold I, 3. 4; Athenaeum 
Club 2, Phi Sigma Pi 2, 3; Intramurals I, 2. 4. Delta Pi 3. 4 

Phillips. Mary Elizabeth, 34 North Marshall Street, Shamokin, Pa . 
648-0404 English Club 4; Harmonettes 1. Huski Club I, 
SPSEA 4 

Pinter. Elizabeth Anne. 303 East Fourth Street. Bethlehem, Pa. 
868-1082. "B" Clubs 2. 3. 4. President 3: Extramural Basketball I. 
2. 3. 4, Intramurals I. 2, 3. 4. 



Pipher. Dawn Helena, R.D,»5. Towanda. Pa.. 265-3205, Band I. 2. 
Gamma Thela I'psilon 2. 3. 4. Recording Secretary 4, 

Pilarra, Carmen Louis, 339 Rear La Salle Streel, Berwick, Pa,, Intra- 
muraK I 

Plan, Paul Edward, RD»I, New Columbia, Pa, 568-646S 
Amaleur Radio Club I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Vice President 3. 
Presideni 4 

Plalukis, Pauletle Michsele, 524 Winters Avenue. West Hazleton, 
Pa . 455-0850 Basketball 3, 

Poechman. James Leo, Box 82, Hokendauqua, Pa , 433-5826. Amer- 
ican Chemical Society I, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4. Delta Pi 3, 4: 
Swimming I, 2, 3. 4, Captain 3, 4; Interscholaslic Chemical Soci- 
ety 3. 4 

Polega. Joanne Mane. 807 West Coal Street, Shenandoah, Pa.. 
462-3689 ARW Committee-Telephone I, House 3, Concert 
Choir 2, 3, 4, Bloomsburg Players 2, 3, 4; Harmonettes 1. 

Polinak, Dons Ann, 447 South Shamokin Street, Shamokin, Pa , 
648-6244 Phi Beta Lambda 2, 3, 4; Harmonettes I, 2: SPSE.A 
4 

Politis, Barbara Rose, 140 West Girard Street, Atlas, Pa., 339-4735, 
CO A Committee-Hospitality 1. 2; Olympian 2. Council For Ex- 
ceptional Children 2. 3. 4, S PS E.A, 4, 

Pollock, Ben R. 1], Mam Street. Benton. Pa,. 925-2811, Men's Glee 
Club I. International Relations Club 4. S,P S E A 4. Varsity Club 

2. 3. 4, Baseball I. 2. 3. 4 

Pentium. William Lawrence. 401 Dewart Street. Riverside. Pa,. 

275-1736. Band 2. Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 
Porosky. Elizabeth Jean. Lake Como. Pa. 798-2831 Phi Beta 

Lambda 1. 2. 3. 4; SPSEA. 4: Intramurals 2. 
Posey. Bessie Mane. R.D »1. Orangeville, Pa., 683-2652, Science 2, 

3, 4, S,P SEA I, 2, 3, 4, Ka>pa Delta Pi 3. 4 

Poller, Constance Mane, 302 Oneida Street, Sayre, Pa , 884-4562, 
,ARW. Telephone Chairman 3. Telephone Committee 2. 3: Coun- 
cil lor Exceptional Children 4; Membership Chairman 3; Intra- 
murals 3. Otiiccr I. 2. 3; Fire Warden I. Hall Proctor 1 

Potters. Ann H,. 150 South Maple Avenue. Kingston. Pa.. 288-3472. 
"B" Club 4; Intramurals (Softball, teniquoit volleyball) 2. 3. 4, 

Powell, Robert Dean, 315 West 5th Streel. Bloomsburg, Pa.. 
784-7076 MRA Treasurer 4; Phi Beta Lambda 1. 2. 3, 4 

Prowant. Bonnie Jean. New Columbia Pa . 568-661 1 S P S E.A. I, 2. 
3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. 

Pucino. DonnaJean. Frances, R,D#1, Catawissa, Pa, 799-5364 
Athenaeum Club 1; SPSEA. 4; Lambda Alpha Mu 4 

Radmond. Nelson R,, 1507 Gardner Avenue. Scranlon. Pa.. 
346-2663. Senior Class President. Delta Omega Chi 2. President. 
Intramurals 2. 

Ranck. Charles Arthur, R.D.*I, Allenwood, Pa., 547-5816, MRA 
Executive Council 4; Council for Exceptional Children I, 2, 3, 4, 
Phi Sigma Pi 3: Intramurals I, 2; Delta Pi I, 2 

Raylinsky, Janice Mane, 3305 Bartram Road, Willow Grove, Pa,, 
657-0267 English I. 2. 3. 4. S P S E A, I. 2, 3, 4 

Reber. Kay Louise, R,D,»2, Pine Grove, Pa,. 345-3583 C G A. 
Committee-Hospitality 1. 2. 3. Election Board 3; ARW Big and 
Little Sister Co-Ordinator 3. Huski Club 3. 4; International Rela- 
tions Club 2, 3, S.P.S.E.A I, 3 

Rebuck, Jerry Gilvert, R,D.#2, Shamokin, Pa , 648-6077 Circle K 
Club 2, 3, 4. 

Rccene, Paul Joseph, RD«3, Shickshinny, Pa, 542-7292 Physics 
Club 3, 4; Intramurals I 

Reda. Genevive Mane, Oneida, Pa., 384-4551 Phi Beta Lambda I, 2 

Redline, Susan Jane, 1831 Millard Street, Bethlehem, Pa , 868-7307. 
CG A Committee-Hospitality I, 2; Pep 2; Maroon & Gold 3, 4,. 
ARW Committee— Remembrance 3, House 3, Proctor I. 2: "Dear 
Coed" 2. "B" Club 4. Harmonettes I. 2; Huski Club 2. S PS E.A 
3, 4, Lambda .Alpha Mu 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3. Intramurals I, 

2, 3, 4 

Redwinski, Conna Mane, 241 Winters .Avenue. West Hazelton. Pa,. 
454-2818 ARW Dorm Council 2. 3; Bloomsburg Players 2; 
SPSEA. I, 4. 

Reed. Karl David. 421 Orchard Avenue. Schuykill Haven, Pa., 
385-2734 Maroon & Gold I, 2, 3; Obiter photographer 2, 3; Intra- 
murals 1-, 2, 3; Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3. 4. 

Reed, Roben L , R D.»5, Dancille, Pa , 672-2210 Chess Club 1, 2. 

3. 4. Vice President 3. President 4. Huski Club 2; Le Cercle Fran- 
cais 4. Physics Club 4, Intramurals I, Chess Team 2. 3, 4. 

Reichenbach, Gary William, 152 West lllh Street, Bloomsburg, Pa., 

784-2041 Intramurals I 
Reilsnyder, Karen Lee, Box 27, Green Lane, Pa , 2,34-8522. Phi Beta 

Lambda 1, 2, 3; SPSE.A, I; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4 
Reinaker, Glona Jean, R.D.#4, Danville. Pa.. 275-0189. Olympian 

"B" Club 3. 4; English Club 2. 4. SPSEA. 4 
Reiner. William Harold. 45 South Market Street. Shamokin. Pa . 

648-3207 
Rhoades. Jr . Charles Edward. Danville. Pa.. 784-6854. Maroon <$ 

Cold I. 2. 3, 4. Art Staff 2. Art Editor 3. 4; Olympian 2. An Staff 

2. Chess Club 3. 4 
Rhoades. Charlotte Helen. 414 Wyoming Avenue, West Pittston, Pa , 

654-2357. Council for Exceptional Children 4; Huski Club I, 2. 

International Relations Club 1 
Rhoades. M. Louann. 75 Ninth Streel. Wyoming. Pa . 693-1912 En- 
glish Club 1. 2. 3. 4. 
Richards. David Robert. 128 East Hanovet Street. Hanover, Pa, 

637 5413 Athenaeum Club 3, 4'. Science Club 3, 4, Band I, 2 
Richards. Frederick Charles, 358 Wright .Avenue. Kingston. Pa., 

288.3022, Phi Beta Lambda 3, Intramurals 3, Delta Pi 1 
Richards, Georgene Beth, 339 Lakeview Avenue, Drexel Hill, Pa , 

C19-5629 Bloomsburg Players I, 2. 3. 4. Harmonettes 1. 2. 

SPSEA 1 
Richards. Mmam Jo. 3 South Eighth Streel. Shamokin, Pa , 

648-8717 Harmonettes 1, Volleyball I 
Roan, Arthur Eugene, 336 Bisset Lane, Bloomsburg, Pa., 784-2647. 

Bloomsburg Players I 
Roberts, David Arthur, R.D,»4, Bloomsburg. Pa,. 784-3598. Science 

Club I, 2. 3. 4: Physics Club 2. 3. 4; S.P.S.E.A. I. 2. 
Robcrst. Donald Lynn. RD»I. Hunlock Creek. Pa, 256-3597. 

Circle K Club 3. 4: Band 2, 3, Intramurals 2; Baseball I 
Roberts, Randall West, 228 James Avenue, Bloomsburg, Pa, 

784-0624 Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Phi Sigma Xi 3, 4, 
Roberts, Ronald Lee, R,D,#I, Junlock Creek, Pa, 256-3597 

CG A Committee-Hospitality 3, 4; Studio Band I, 2, 3, 4, Vice 



President 3, 4; Band I, 2, Treasurer 2. 

Robens, Richard George, 32 Lincoln Avenue. West Syoming. Pa.. 
287-7174 Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4. 

Robens. Sandra Kay. West Milton, Pa., 568-3851 CG A Commit- 
tee-Hospitality I, 2, International Relations Club 2, 3, Recording 
Secretary 2, 3. SP S E A 1.4. 

Roberts. William John. 310 East Broad Street. Nanlicoke. Pa.. 
735-6369- C.G.A Committee-Orientation 3. Decoration 3. Pub- 
licity 3. Social Recreation 2; Intramurals 2. 3. 4. 

Robinson, Teny William, R.D. #4, Dancille, Pa, Science Club 2: 
S.P.S E A 4, Veteran s Association 4; Gamma Theta Upsilon 3, 4. 

Rogers, Clyde C, III, 814 Second Street, Wilhamspon. Pa., 
323-0344 C.G.A Committee-Husky Lounge 2, Maroon & Gold 
I; Bloomsburg Players I, SPSEA 4, Phi Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4, Ser- 
geant at Arms 3, 4, Intramurals 1; Delta Pi Herald 4 

Roman, Joyce Anne, W/i Lambert Street, Pittston, Pa.. 655 0805. 
SPSEA 1. 4; Orientation Committee 2; Bloomsburg Players I, 
3. Intramurals 3. 

Ropp, Gial Mane, 803 Nonh Main Streel, Athens, Pa., 885-9494. 
Obiier 3; Le Cercle Francais 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 

Rosiak, Ann Mane, Fleetville. Pa„ 945-5631. ARW Election Com- 
mittee 2, 3; Council for Exceptional Children 2, 3, 4; Harmonettes 
I; S.P.S.E.A 1, 4. 

Rossmar, Stephanie Ann, RD #1, Drums, Pa„ 788-1652, Dramatic 
Club 4, Crew Chief 3; SPSEA 4, Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4, Intra- 
murals I, 2, 3- 

Rudy, Russell C, Jr., 36.34 St. Lawrence Avenue, St. Lawrence, Pa,, 
779-0490 Varsity Club 3. 4, Treasurer 4, Alpha Phi Omega 2, 
Beta Sigma Delta 2, 3, 4; Football I, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2. 3, 4, 

Rupert, Jimmy Lee, 50 East 12th Street, Bloomsburg, Pa , 784-1761. 
Maroon & Gold 3, 4, News Editor 4; S.P.S.E.A. I, Varsity Club 2, 
3, 4; Phi Sigma Pi 3, 4; Basketball I; Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4. 

Rush, Jeanette Mane, 994 Nonh Locust Street, Hazleton, Pa„ 
455-4006. Bloomsburg Players 2, Kappa Delta Pi 3 

Ryan, Charles C, 208 West Mahoning Street, Danville. Pa, 
274-0102. Circle K Club I; Intramurals 2, Day Mens Association 

1. 2, 3, 4, 

Sacco. Joanne Maria. 45 1 AlUston Road, Springfield, Pa.. K13-6532. 
Dramatic Club I, 2, 3; S.P.S.E.A 4; Sigma Alpha Eta I, 2, 3, 4; 
ARW I, 2. 3. 4, Election Committee 2. 3 

SainlSing, Ronald Eugene, Box 183, Hershey, Pa., 533-2086 Intra- 
mural Basketball I. Intramural Football 2 

Sandel, John Eugene, R D 4, Bloomsburg, Pa., 784-0299. Chess Club 
3; S P.S.E.A. 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Sarpolis, Eileen Arnette, 190 East Main St., Glen Lyon, Pa., 
736-7106 Maroon & Gold I, SPSEA 4, Psychology Club 1: 
Hospitality I, 2; Archeology Club 3 

Sauers, Mary Ann Rita, 20 N Kennedy Drive, McAdoo, Pa., 
929-2495. "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities 
and Colleges" 4; ARW Judiciary Board 2, Vice President Execu- 
tive Board 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. Sigma Alpha Eta I. 2. 3, 4, 
Secretary 4 

Saulesbury, Helen Dons, 616 Pine St . Milton, Pa., 742-8496 C.G.A. 
Hospilalily Committee I, 2; ARW Representative 2, SPSEA. 1, 

2, 3, 4; Basketball 2 

Saurman, Susanne Virginia, Bustleton ,Ave and Krewslown Road, 
Philadelphia, Pa,, IR3-0793, "B" Club 3, 4; Cheerleaders 3; Huski 
Club 1; SPSEA 4, Lambda Alpha Mu 2, 3, 4, Histonan 4; In- 
tramurals 2, 3, 4; Water Ballet 1, 2 

Scandle, Anne M,, 236 South Coal Street. Shamokin. Pa,. 648-2543, 
Obuer typist 1. SPSEA 1. 4. Newman Club I. 2. 3. 4. Prom 
Committee 3. Hospitality Committee 1. 2. ARW I. 2. 3. 4 

Scarpmo. Sarah Mane. 125 S. 10th. Easton. Pa., 252-1394 Huski 
Club 2, Sigma Alpha Eta I, 2, 3, 4. 

Schaefer, Bernard Frank. 2368 Oakdale Ave . Seaford. New York. 
SU5-6047 MRA Presideni 4. Sigma lota Omega 2. 3. 4. Histon- 
an 4; Varsity Club 2. 3. 4. Vice-President 4. Football 1. 2. 3. 4. 
Captain 4; Counselor in dormitory 4 

Schaefer. Robert Charles, 330 North Street, West Hazleton, Pa., 
454-8367 Basketball I, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Proctor 3, 4 

Scheithauer, Nancy Karen, RD I, Towanda, Pa., 265-2681 Phi 
Beta Lambda 2, 3; Dramatic Club 2. 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Cor- 
responding Secretary 4 

Schlegel, Aracelia Espina, R D 1, Elvsburg, Pa., 672-2082 Spanish 
Club 2, 3. 4. 

Schlesinger. Myra Jane. 18 E, Arbutus St. Hazleton. Pa, 454-8076. 
C.G-A Committee-Decoration I, 2. 3, Prom 3, Hospitality 4: Ma- 
roon & Gold I, English 4; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. 

Schlosser, Nancy Louise, 1830 Hancock Blvd. Reading. Pa., 
777-5098 ARW Correspondence Representative 4. "B" Club 3. 4; 
Huski Club 2; Sigma Tau Delta 2. 3. 4. Secretary 3 

Schnaars. Donald Ralph. R D I. Bloomsburg. Pa. 437-2590. Phi Beta 
Lambda 3. 4; S PS.E A 4. Studio Band I. 2. 3. 4{ Band 1: Intra- 
murals I. 2 

Schock. Elaine Irene, 226 N. Twelfth St.. Pottsville, Pa., 622-7753, 
ARW Committee-Election 2, 3— Chairman 3. Council 3; "Dear 
Coed" 2. 3. 4. Editor-in-Chief 3. Student Adviser 4; Bloomsburg 
Players 2. 3. 4: Harmonettes I: S.P.S.E.A. 1. 2, 3. 4 

Schulten, Dawn Suzanne, 7914 Park Ave., Elkins Park, Pa, 
ME5-1499 CG A, Committee-Hospitality 1, 2; ARW Fire War- 
den 1, Secretary-Treasurer 3, JRA 4, SPSEA 1, 4: Lambda 
Alpha Mu 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3 

Schultz, Margaret Mary, 200 Vernon Road. Mornsville. Pa.. 
CY5-7965, ARW Hall Representative 3; Obiler I, 2, Typing 
Chairman 2: Phi Beta Lambda 2, 3; S.P.S.E.A. 1. 4. 

Schuyler. Shirley Ethel. RD. 1; Turbotville. Pa.. 649-3176. Blooms- 
burg Players 3; SPSEA 4: Intramurals 1. 

Schwartz. Sharon Sue. Fourth Street. Port Royal. Pa . 527-4316. Phi 
Beta Lambda 1. 2. Harmonettes 1. 2. 

Scott. Barbara Kay. 33 Stephen Lane, Bradford, Pa., 368-8969. Proc- 
tor 1, 2; Obuer 1, Sigma Alpha Eta I, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2 

Seifert, George Richard, R.D. 2, Nazareth, Pa., 759-0496. Phi Beta 
Lambda I, 2. 3, 4; .S.P.S.E.A. I; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3. 4. 

Seyben. Pamela June. R D. 2. Orangeville. Pa.. 864-3825. English 
Club 2. 3; Treasurer 3. Harmonettes 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 3; 
S.P.S.E.A I. 2. 4. 

Sharkazy. Lana Mae. 772 Main St . Egypt. Pa . 262-5294. CG A, 
Committee-Hospitality 2; Phi Beta Lambda 1. 2. 3. SPSE.A 3. 
Intramurals I. 2, 3. 4. 

Shermeyer, Pamela Ann. 170 White Oak Drive. York. Pa.. 764-1632. 



Council for Exceptional Children 1. 2. 3. 4; S.P.S.E.A, 4, 
Shimko. Patricia Ann, 21 Second St., Strong, Pa., 339-2379, C.G.A, 
Committee-Election Board 2; ARW Proctor 2; "B" Club 3, 4; Phi 
Beta Lambda 2. 3. 4; Bloomsburg Players I. 2, 3, 4; S.P.S.E.A, I. 

2, 4: Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 

Shoemaker, Arwilda Love. Route 2, Millville, Pa. 458-4701 
SPSEA, 4, 

Shotwell. Olin L,. 313 Summerhill Avenue. Berwick. Pa.. 759-9683. 
Class Treasurer 3; C.G.A. Orientation Committee 3. 4; Standards 
Committee 2. 3. Alpha Phi Omega 2. 3. 4; Track I. 2. 3. 4. 

Shuey. Gary Ivan. Cherry Avenue, Lavelle. Pa,, 875-2821. "Who's 
Who Among Students in American LJniversities and Colleges". 
Class Treasurer 4; Circle K Club I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, State Sec- 
retary 3, State Governor 4. Huski Club 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Intra- 
murals I. 

Sick, Joyce Mane, Star Route, Cushore, Pa , 833-5696 ARW; Phi 
Beta Lambda I, 2, 3, 4 

Siegmann, Dennis Richard, 3711 Reedman Dnve, Levittown. Pa. 
WI3 2030. MRA Council 3: Varsity Club 3. 4; Wrestling 1. 2. 3. 
4; Intramurals I. 2. 3. 4. Intramural Council 3; Delta Omega Chi 

3. 4. Secretary 3. 4. 

Sierdinski. Mary Kay Theresa. 304 S. Jardin St.. Shenandoah, Pa„ 
462-0628. C.G.A Committee-Hospitality I. 2; Orientation 3; Pep 
3; Ohiler I; "B" Club 3. 4; Bloomsburg Players 3: SPSE.A. 4. 

Singer. Ronald Dean. 314 Harding Ave. Pen Argyl. Pa , 863-4506. 
Concert Choir I. Basketball I; Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4; Delta Ome- 
ga Chi 3. 4. 

Sitler. Karen Noel. 328 E Tenth St . Berwick. Pa. 752-4825. Con- 
cert Choir 2. 3. 4. SPSE.A, 1. 2, 

Swell. H. Gordon. Jr, 1516 Dale Lane. Bethlehem, Pa., 868-6398. 
C.G.A. Committee-Awards 2. 3. Dining Room 3: Maroon «4 Gold 
3. 4. Business Manager 4. German Club I. Golf I; Intramurals 1. 
2, 3, 4, 

Sklanka, Josephine Anne, R D »2, Kingsley, Pa , 289-4208 Council 
foe Exceptional Children I, 2, 4. ARW Corndor Representative 2; 
ARW Vice-President. West Hall. RA 3; ARW Resident Advisor 4; 
Newman Club I, 3 

Skomitz, Rosemary Clare. 1251 E Fourth St., Bethlehem, Pa, 
867 3416. "B" Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Basketball I, 2, 3: Intra- 
murals I, 2, 3 

Slack, Lyie James, Jr. 215 Eddy St.. Warren. Pa.. 726-0443. "Who's 
Who Among -Amencan Universities and Colleges" 4; C.G.A. 
Committee-Sex Education 3. Teaching Improvement 3. Student 
Organizations 4; Maroon & Gold 2. 3. Assistant Editor 3; Olympi- 
an 2. 3. Assistant Editor 2. Editor-in-Chief 3: Students for Johnson 

1. Vice Presideni 1 

Slonaker, Rulh Ann. 104 Walnut St. Millville. Pa. 458-6178 
SPSEA I. 2. 3. 4. Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4 

Slusser. Susan Kathleen. R.D. 5. Bloomsburg, Pa„ 752-4605. C.G.A. 
Hospitality Committee 1. 2; Olympian 2; English Club 2; 
S PS E.A. I, 3, 4 

Smeltz. Leland Arthur, RD#1, Lewisburg, Pa. 524-9661 Ameri- 
can Chemical Society 3. 4. Program Chairman 3; Chess Club I; 
Concert Choir I. 2. 3. 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; Madrigal Singers I. 

2, 3. 4; Men's Glee Club 2. 3. 4. 

Smiles. L, Elaine, 155 Philadelphia Ave. West Pittston. Pa,. 

654-8905, Huski Club 1. 2. Secretary 1. International Relations 

Club I; S.P.SEA 1. 4 
Smith. Carol Mae. R.D»1. Beaumont. Pa. 639-5622 SPSEA 1. 

2. 3. 4 
Smith. David Walter. 219 Maple Street, Wealherley, Pa.. 427-8919. 
Smith, Martin Thomas, 1231 Walnut St., Ashland, Pa., 875-1280. 

Day Men Treasurer 2, Vice President 3, Athenaeum Club I; Phi 

Beta Lambda 2, 3, 4; S.P.S,E,A. 4. 
Smith. Pamela Anne. 1312 Chestnut St.. Berwick. Pa . 752-6406. En- 
glish Club 3. 4. International Relations Club I. Science Club 1; 

Sigma Tau Delta 3. 4; S PS E A 2. 3. Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4. Histo- 

r\ Association 3. 4 
Smith. Richard Paul, 75 Main St , Harleigh, Pa, Phi Beta Lambda I, 

2. 3, 4; Huski Club 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club I, 

2. 3 

Smith, Robert Lee, 322 N. Seventh St, Leighton. Pa. 377-4941. 
Concert Choir 2. 3. 4. President 3. Men's Glee Club 1, 2. 3; Ma- 
dngal Singers 2. 3. 4; Studio Band 2 

Snyder. Jeffrey George. 1710 Steel St.. Berwick. Pa.. 752-3557. Phys- 
ics Club 3. 4. Vice-President 3. President 4; Tennis I. 2. 3. 

Snyder. Linda Diane. 601 Juniper St.. Quakertown. Pa.. 536-6483. 
C G ,A Committee-Election Board 2. 3. Decoration 3; Obiter I; 
Phi Beta Lambda I. 2. 3. 4; Huski Club 2. S.P.S.E.A 1. 4. Intra- 
murals 1. 2. 3 

Solhday. Karen Jane. Fifth and Oak St., North Wales, Pa, 
699-9556- C.G.A. Committee-Orientation 2, Social Recreation 2; 
Obiter 1. 2, 3. Copy Editor 3; S.P.S.E.A. 4; Lambda Alpha Mu 2. 

3, 4. Recording Secretary 3. 

Somerdav. Gerald. Ramble Road. Parkland. Pa.. SK-7-3615. Olym- 
pian 4. Bloomsburg Players I. Forsensic Society 3, 4; S.P.S.E.A, 4: 
Pi Kappa Delta 4; Bowling 3 

Sparks, Donna Jean. 137 Reed Drive. Clairton. Pa.. 384-4586. JRA 
4; Phi Beta Lambda 1. 2. 3.4. SPSE.A 4 

Spatzer. Rebecca Jane. 301 S Market St . Shamokin. Pa . 648-4478. 
"B" Club I, 2, 3. 4; Harmonettes \: S PS E.A. 4; Lambda Alpha 
Mu 2, 3. 4; Intramurals I. 2; Extramural I, 2. 

Spenng, Martha Betsy, Box 75, Dimock, Pa , 278-2749. Huski Club 
3, 4 

Spoelman, Diane Mane, 130 Brown St., Lewisburg, Pa,. 524-9503, 
Bloomsburg Players I, 2, 3, 4; Players Workshop I. 2, Student Di- 
rector 2; Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, 4, 

Sphtt, Kenneth Joseph, 1423 Scott Street. Kulpmont. Pa.. 373-3175. 
Obuer 1, 4; Olympian 2. 3; Athenaeum Club 1, 2; Council for Ex- 
ceptional Children 2. 3, 4: Huski Club 2, 3; International Rela- 
tions Club 2, 3, SPSE.A. 1, 2, 3. 4; Alpha Phi Omega 3. 4: Sig- 
ma Alpha Eta 4; Intramurals I. 2. 

Sproull, James D., IS Covet St., Cayuga, New York, AL206I40, 
Council for Exceptional Children 4; Huski Club I; Alpha Phi 
Omega 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4; Football I; Intramu- 
rals I. 4. 

Stagich, Cathenne JoAnn. 501 Gallows Hill Road. Cranford. New 
Jersey. 276-1568 Bloomsburg Players I. English Club I; Huski 
Club I. 2. 3. Secretary 2. 3. 

Stalker. Paul Robert. II E. Main St.. Canton. Pa.. 673-8541. Intra- 



murals I. 2: Pi Kappa Epsilon 3. 4. 

Stanko. Theresa Jean. 606 Green Acres Slreel, Mechanicsburg. Pa-. 
766-5246. Maroon & Gold I; Science Club I. 4; Inlramurals 2. 3. 

Sleek. Jac^^uelyn Mar\-. 151 Kendall Ave.. Jersey Shore, Pa.. 
398-20,SO. .ARW Big and Lillle Sisler Co-ordlnalor 2. 3: Huski 
Club 2. 3; S.P.S.E-A 4. 

Sleffen. Mary Lee. 688 May Ave. Willlamspon. Pa.. 322-6900, 
Bloomsburg Players I. 2. 3, 4; S P S.E.A. 3; Alpha Psi Omega 2. 3. 
4. Vice President 3. Presideni 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3. 

Steiner. Arthur Anderson. 1648 Spring Garden Avenue. Berwick. 
Pa.. 752-5338. Ohiwr 4: Huski Cluh 2. 3. 4. Gamma Theta Upsi- 
Ion 2. 3. 4; Inlramurals 1. 2 

Sleller. Elwood Allen. 326 Water St . Northumberland. Pa,. 473- 
8653. inlramurals 1. 2. 3. 4. 

Sloru, Thomas W., R.D,«3. Mounlaintop. Pa.. Dramatic Club I; 
International Relations Club 2; Le Cercle Francais 2; Spring Arts 
Festival Committee 3, 

Slraub. Beverly M.. 1605 Fairview Drive. Mountoursville. Pa,. 368- 
1132 Inlramurals I. 2. 4. 

Straub. Dorothy May. 632 Kerper St.. Philadelphia. Pa,. Ra5 5137, 
Huski Club 2. 3. 4; Spanish Club 3. 4, Inlramurals I, 

Sirausser. Rhea Lois. 132 S Ridge Si.. Taylor. Pa.. 562-0642, Span- 
ish Club I. 2. 3. 4: S,P S,E A, I. 4, 

Strieker. Barbara Ann. RD,«I. Robesonia. Pa,. 693-3485, ARW 
Corridor Representative 2; Olvmpian 3; "B" Club 1. 2. 3. 4. Vice 
President 4; Phi Beta Lambda 1. 2, 3. 4. SPSEA, 1, 2: Pi Omega 
Pi 3. 4. Historian 4; Inlramurals I. 2. 3. 4; Extramurals 1. 4, 

Slnmpler. Anne Marie. 1650 West Chester Pike. West Chester. Pa,. 
692-6187, Day Women. American Chemical Society 4; Science 
Club 2 

Slnne. Elma Marion. 152 E. Independence Slreel. Shamokin. Pa.. 
648-8627. Day Women 1. 2. 3. 4. Harmonelles 3. Psychology 
Club 4, 

Strine. Susan Carolyn. 152 E Independence Street. Shamokin. Pa,, 
648-8627 Amencan Chemical Societv 4. Harmonelles 2: Gamma 
Theta Upsilon 3. 4, 

Strong, Elaine Marie. 3424 Bedford Drive. Camp Hill. Pa.. 
737-0353, Intemalional Relations Club I. 2. 3; Inlramurals 1. 2; 
Hockey 1, 

Strong. William John. 235 E Eleventh St, Berwick, Pa. 759-S117 
Phi Beta Lambda 3; Band 3. 

Slyer. David Lee, Drumore. Pa.. 548-2738, S,P S,E A 4. Inlramurals 
1. 2, 3, 

Slyer, Virginia Alice, R D »2, Mifflinburg, Pa,, 523-6636, Council 
for Exceptional Children 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 

Sullivan, Sharon Ann, 720 Apple Blossom Road, Easlon, Pa„ 
258-7772. S.PS.E.A. I; Inlramurals I. 2. 3; ARW House Coramil- 
lee 3, 

Summers. Gail Ann. Fifth St.. Milflinville. Pa . 752-7847 Ohiier 2. 
4. SPS E,A, I. 3. 4; Kappa Delia Pi 3. 4 

Summers. Lucretia Joyce, R,D »5, Bloomsburg, Pa, 784-7313, Phi 
Beta Lambda I, 2, 3, 4. SPSEA, 4. Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4, Re- 
cording Secretary 4; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4 

Swank, Harry Edward. R,D «l. Fredericksburg. Pa. 865-3358, Ma- 
roon & Coldl. Inlramurals I. 2. 3. 4: Fire Marshall 2, 

Swoyer. Sallie Lee. 555 N . Laurel St . Hazleton. Pa . 455-3583 Con- 
cert Choir 1. 2. 3; Bloomsburg Players 3, 4: German Club 3. 4: 
S.PS.E.A. 3. 4: Inlramurals I 

Szoka. Eugene Michael. 508''! Lawrence Street. Allenlown, Pa. 
432-7440 Inlramurals I. 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 

Taber, Thomas Jay, Dimock. Pa,, 278-31 14, CGA, Commillee-Or- 
lentation 4; English Club I, 2. 3, 4; Inlramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Kap- 
pa Epsilon 3, 4, Executive Board 3, 

Taby, Carolyn Jane, 214 North Rock Street, Shamokin, Pa„ 
648-2436 Maroon i Gold I; SPSEA 4, 

Tannery, Eve S,, 1727 Olive Street, Reading, Pa., 376-0239 Laural 
Pnncess Court 3; Phi Beta Lambda I; S,P,S,E,A, 1. 4: Inlramurals 
I. 2, 3. 4. 

Tate. Balbara Adelle. 213 Alpine Slreel, Ridgway, Pa, 772-6645, 
Huski Club I, 2; SPSEA, 4 

Taylor, Leahetta Elaine, 78 Homeland Road, York, Pa,, 741-1713, 
Who's Who Among Student in Amencan Universities and Col- 
leges" 4; ARW Hall Representative 3; Council for Exceptional 
Children I, 2. 3. 4, Refreshment Chairman 2, President Elect 3. 
President 4; SPSEA 4 

Taylor, Thomas Stewart, 1950 SwanlraCreek Road, Middlctown, 
Pa., 944-9765 Phi Beta Lambda 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 
I. 2, 3, 4; Psychology Club 4, 

Temiso, Plama Ann, 217 Hoover Street, Old Forge, Pa„ 457-4755, 
Junior Prom Committee 3: ARW House Committee 2, Fire War- 
den 3; SPSEA, 1; Inlramurals I, 2, 3. 4, 

Tctre. John Paul. Zion Grove. Pa,. 889-3414, Physics Club 1, 2. 3, 4 

Tharp, Robena Faye, 825 North Washington St,, Shamokin, Pa, 
648-1679, Concen Choir 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3; Harmonelles I 

Thomas. Linda Ann. 500 Amencan Street. Calasauqua. Pa,. 
264-9144 ARW Representative to Judiciary 3; Majorettes I. 2. 3, 
4, Drum Majorette 3; Sigma Alpha Ela I, 2. 3, 4, 

Thomas, Thomas W., Jr„ 29 East Shawnee Avenue, PIvmouth, Pa , 
779-18.56 Sigma Alpha Eta I, 2, 3, 4; Inlramurals I, 2 

Tomlinsom, William Sands Jr.. 206 South Linden A%enue. Halboro, 
Pa., OS5-3939, CGA. Hospitality Committee 3. 4; Social Recrea- 
tion Committee 2. 3. 4. Chairman 4; Election Board 3. 4; Pep 
Committee 4; Orientation Committee 4; Dramatic Club "Players" 
I; SPSEA, I; Pi Kappa Epsilon 3. 4. President 3, Speaker of the 
House 4: Inter-Fratemity Council 3. 

Tonegiani. Ellyn Susan. 214 Seventh Street. Wyoming, Pa, 
693-2240, C,G,.\, Committee-Dinmg Room 2, Secretary 2, Huski 
Club 2; Lambda Alpha Mu 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 2; Inlramurals 

1, 2, 3, 4, 

Trapane, Philip Benjamin, 434 LaSalle Slreel, Berwick, Pa„ 

759-8868, Day Men, 
Trathen, John J, 400 East 3rd Street, Bloomsburg, Pa,, Phi Beta 

Lambda 3: Kappa Delta Pi 4, Pi Omega Pi 3. 4, 
Trevelhan. Failh Anne. R,D,»I. Ml, View. Wilkcs-Ban-e, Pa,. 

825-2935. Dramatic Club "Players" 3. English Club 2: SPSEA. 

2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Secretary 3. 

Trull, Lynn Douglas. Center Street, Beaver Spnngs. Pa., 658-8385, 
Dramatic Club "Players" I; Football 1. Basketball 1; Baseball I, 
2, 3; Day Men 3, 4. 



Tucker, Robert Louis, 529 Muir Avenue, Hazleton, Pa.. 454-8802, 
Sigma Iota Omega 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Football I, 2, 3, 4, 
Captain 3. 4; Inlramurals I. 2. 3. 4 

Ulanoski. James Thomas. 13 Cedar St . Danville. Pa . 275-4508, Vet- 
eran's Association 2, 3, 

Ulnch, Nancy Lee, Water Sl„ Washinglonnlle, Pa, 437-2309 
Science Club 3, 4; SPSEA. 1, 3, 4, 

Umlauf, Sallee Ruth, 203 Biddle Street, Gordon, Pa, 

Undeck, Karen Maria, 4 Maplewood Blvd., Hazleton, Pa.. 454-7617 
CGA, Pep Committee 2; ARW; Maroon & Gold 2; Obiier 4: 
Olympian 2; Dramatic Club "Players" 3. 4; Spanish Club 1, 
S PS.E A, I. 2. 4; Newman Club I. 3. 4, 

Uram. Bonila Mane. 1941 Dickson St. Bensick. Pa., 75207628 
Athenaeum Club 2. 3. Secretary 3; Harmonelles I. 2, 

Vaughn. Chene E., 223 Manzville Road. Berwick, Pa., 752-6934 
Dav Women Treasurer 2; Council for Exceptional Children I, 2, 
3.4. 

Vazquez, Diana Rosa. 1434 W, Union Blvd , Bethlehem. Pa. 
866-5512, Spanish Club 1, 2; Inlramurals I, 2. 3, 4 

Verbitski, Richard Stanley, 102 Warsaw St , Keiser, Pa,, 373-3986, 
Phi Beta Lambda 2, 3, 4; SPSEA 4 

Volciak. Robert Joseph, 32 E. Tamarack St.. West Hazleton. Pa,. 
Veteran's Association 4 

Voipe, Mary Frances, 837 Haws Ave,, Nomstown, Pa,, 272-5728, 
ARW, Elections Committee 3: House Committee 3. East Hall 
Fire Warden 3. "Dear Coed". Proof-reader 3. Wnler 3; 
SPS E,A, 4 

Wagner, Gail Patricia, River Road, Bloomsburg, Pa,, 784-2260 Day 
Women Representative 3, 4, Bloomsburg Players 3, 4; Harmon- 
elles I. 2, Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, 4, Secrelary 3; Spanish Club 4, 
SPS E A 4: Kappa Delia Pi 3, 4 

Wagner, Minam Alberta, 1 19 Biddle St.. Gordon. Pa,. 875-2056 

Wagner. Pamela Gale, 234 Mervine Street. Pottslown. Pa. 
215-323-3379, ARW. Council for Exceptional Children 4; Sigma 
Alpha Eta I, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 1; Water ballet I, 4, 

Waldron, Sharyn Leanne, 113 Green Lynne Dnve, Levinown, Pa,, 
Wi-60183 SPSEA 1. 2, 4; Inlramurals 1, 1: Proctor 1. 

Wall, Madelyn, 59 Spruce St,. ,\lden Station. Pa,. 735-0457, Phi 
Beta Lambda 1. 2 

Wallos. Bonnie Mane. R D #2. Berwick, Pa,, 759-9315 CGA 
Hospitality Committee 2, Bloodmobile 2, Float Committee I; 
Athenaeum Club 2, 3; Harmonelles I; International Relations 
Club 4; SPSEA I, 2, 4: Inlramurals I, 

Walsh, Marx, 500 East Hancock Slreel, Lansdale, Pa,, 855-8000, 
CGA Onentalion Committee 2; Election Committee 3, Pep 
Committee 2, Bloodmobile 3: Fire Warden 2; Hospitality 1, 2; 
Bloomsburg Players I, Huski Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2. 4. 
SPSEA. 4; Lambda Alpha Mu 2. 3. 4; Inlramurals I; West Hall 
Committees-House 2. 3: Telephone 3; Fire Warden 2; Home- 
coming Committee 2; Laborator\ Assistant 3. 4 

Walter. James William. 1323 .Arch St.. Ashland. Pa. 875-0324 
CGA Hospitality Committee 2. 3. 4; Election Board 3. 4; Con- 
cert Choir I. 2. 3. 4: Bloomsburg Players I: SPSEA 4. 

WalleR. Paul David. 1318 E Centre St,, Mahanoy City. Pa. 
773-3646, CO A, Election Board r; Bloodmobile 4; Assembly 4; 
Maroon <S Cold 2, 3. 4. Delta Pi 3. 4; Inlramurals I. 2. 3. 4. 

Wallman. David Thomas. R,D*1. Montgomery. Pa,. 547-7104, 
SPSEA, 4. Phi Sigma Pi 3: Inlramurals I. 2, 3; Delta Pi 3, 4, 

Walton, Joseph William, 720 W, Second Sl„ Hazleton, Pa,, 
455-2838, CGA, Pep Commiltee 2, 3; Hospitality Committee 2, 
3; Awards 2. 3: Decoration 2, 3, Chairman 3, Publicity 3; Social 
Recreation 3; Onentalion 3, 4; MRA Fire Marshall 2, 3; Concert 
Choir I, 2; Men's Glee Club I, 2. Bloomsburg Players 1; 
SPS E A, 4; Alpha Phi Omega 2. 3; Beta Sigma Delta 2. 3. 4. 
Hislonan 3; Baseball I. 2. 3. 4, Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 4, 

Wanko. Laurelle. 588 Cheny St . Edwardsville. Pa.. 287-1863. Obiier 
2; Science Club 3. 4; S P SEA 4; Inlramurals 2, 3, 4. 

Wark. Nancy Jane. 337 Martzville Rd,. Berwick, Pa,, 759-9797, Day 
Women; Obiter 4; Athenaeum Club 2. 3; Harmonelles 1; 
SPS.EA, 4. 

Washington, Camille DeVel, 3805 Munson Road, Bailey's Cross- 
roads, Virginia, 481 -8291 Council for Exceptional Children 3;Band 2 

Waskevich, Lorelta Frances, 103 Spruce St,, Wilkes Bane, Pa,. 
824-5156. S.P.S.EA. I. 4; Junior Resident Adviser 2. 3; Psycholo- 
gy Club 3; Newman Club 1; ARW 1. 2. 3. 4, 

Wallo. John Stephen, Jr., 208 E, Hazard St,, Summit Hill, Pa„ 
645-3937, CGA, Committee-Firednll 3, Bloodmobile 4; Fool- 
ball I, 2; Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 4, 

Walts, Barton Irying, 937 E Sixth St , Berwick, Pa , 759-8971, Veter- 
an's Association I, 2, 3, 

Weaver, Daniel Roy, 9 Spruce St., Pine Grove, Pa., 345-3622, Phi 
Beta Lambda 2, 3; S.PS.E.A. 4; Football 1; Inlramurals I, 2. 3, 4. 
Captain 3. 4, 

Weaver. Kenneth Drew. 214 Baylor Road, Watsonlown, Pa,, 
538-8802 Gamma Theta Upsilon 2. 3, 4, Inlramurals I, 2. 3 

Weaver. Samuel Wallet. 1502 W Mulberry St. Shamokin. Pa.. 
648-5337 Circle K Club I. Huski Club I. 2. 3, 4, Inlemalional 
Relations Club 3, 4, Science Club I, 2, 3. 4; S PS.EA, 3. 4; Gam- 
ma Theta Upsilon 3. 4. Treasurer 4; Geography Symposium 3. 
Speaker 

Webber. John Daniel, Box 140, RD »2, Shamokin, Pa . 644-0106, 
Day Men 1, 2 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 1 

Webber, Linda Ruth, 1008 Avenue H, Riverside, Pa.. 275-3777 Le 
Cercle Francais I. 2. 3. 4. S.P.S.E.V 4; Day Women 1. 2. 3, 4, 

Weikert, Jane E.. 415 Lincolnway West, New Oxford, Pa., 624-2521. 
Council for Exceptional Children I. 2, 3. 4: Harmonelles I; Inlra- 
murals I. 

Wclker. Geraldine Ruth, RD »1, Woodland, Pa, 342-1197, Olym- 
pian 2. 3, 4; "B" Club 2. 3. 4; Phi Beta Lambda 1 2. 3. 4; 
S.PS.E.A, I, 2, 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4; Inlramurals I. 2, 3. 4, 

Wells, Carol L,, RD « I, Carbondale, Pa,, 222-3225, Harmonelles 2, 
3, 4, SPSE A 2. 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4 

Welsh. Thomas R.. 407 Smith Street. North Wales. Pa,. 
215-699-9513, Obiier 2. 3; Faculty Editor 2. 3; Dramatic Club I, 
2. 3, 4; S,P,S.E.A. 4; Alpha Psi Omega 2. 3. 4 

Wilde, J. Peter. 1231 Rosemonl Lane. Abinglon. Pa,, 887-4063, 
CG.A. Decoration Commiltee Chairman 3; Concert Choir I, 2, 3. 
4; Dramatic Club 3, 4, Huski Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Varsi- 



ty Club 2. 3. 4; Swimming 2. 3. Men's Glee Club 2. 3; Play i 
in the Shade" 3 

Williams. Bonnie Lee Fox, 12 Upper Mulberrv Slreel. Dan\ lU 
Pa. 275-1841 Athenaeum Club 3. SPSE A 2 

Williams. Bruce Harvey. RDal. Wilkes-Barre. Pa.. 824-8S>il 
Circle K Club 1. English Club 4. SPSEA 3. 4; Band I ; 
SNEA, 3. 4 

Williams. Janet Elizabeth. 603 E, Fourth St.. Bloomsburg. P.i 
784-2916, Day Women's Scholarship I; Obiier I. 2. 3. 4; Phi Bii,. 
Lambda I. 2. 3. 4, Trip Committee Chairman 3. 4, Cheerleadct .' 
.1. SPSEA 4, 

Williams. Richard Maurice. R D «2. Clark's Summit. Pa,. 587-24U4 
Huski Club 3; Inlramurals I. .^rchaeologv Club 2, 

Williams. Sarah I. 604 Eleventh Ave. Prospect Park. Pa,. LE2-72I5. 
ARW Remembrance Committee 2; Gamma Theta Upsilon 2. 3.4; 
Inlramurals 3; Field Hockey I 

Wilson, Robert James. 516 Dennison Ave,. Wyoming. Pa.. 693-3824. 
C G A Hospitality Committee 2, Sigma lota Omega 3. 4; Track I; 
Inlramurals 1.2, 3, 4; Archaeology Club 2, 3 

Witmer, Ann Louise, Tn-Acrcs, ElizabethviUe, Pa., 362-8814. ARW 
House Committee 2, 3, Chairman 3; J.R.A, 4; "Dear Coed" 3. 
"B" Club 3, 4, Bloomsburg Players 2; Harmonelles 2; International 
Relations Club 4; Science 3. 4; SPS.EA, 3. 4; Band I. 2. 3; Inlra- 
murals 1. 2. 3. 4, 

Wohlfart. Margaret Ann. Box 145. Nerfoundland, Pa. 676-3556. 
Huski Club 3; Band I. 2 

Wolfe. Brenda Kaye. RD»I. Berwick. Pa,. 752-6644, Olympian I. 
Athenaeum Club 2. 3. 4. English Club 4; S.P.S.EA. 4, 

Wolfe. Sharon LaBar. 7.50 N Eighth St.. Sunbury. Pa , 966-2761 
Harmonelles 1. 2, 3, 4. President 3; Inlramurals 2. 3. Team Cap- 
lain 2 

Wolverton. Raymond Boyd. 514 E Front St, Danville. Pa. 
275-3648. Physics Club 2. 3. 4, 

Worth. James William. RD«1, Noxen, Pa,, NE 92067 "Who's 
Who Among Students in Amencan Universities and Colleges" 4; 
CGA 2.4; MRA Represenlalive 3. Bloomsburg Players I. Slud- 
10 Band 2, 3. 4. President 2. 3, Treasurer 4; Band 2. Gamma The- 
ta Upsilon 2, Vice-President 4; Inlramurals 3. 

Woytowich. John Samuel. 638 Spruce St., Kulpmonl, Pa., 373-3120, 
Phi Beta Lambda I, 2, 3, 4, SPSEA, 4; Pi Omega Pi 3. 4. 

Wright, Sandra Lee, .323 W, Third St, Nescopeck. Pa., 752-7108 
Athenaeum Club I, 2. 

Yabcznyski. Margaret, 340 Fair Slreel, Bloomsburg, Pa,, 784-3864 
Day Women I , Resident Women 2, 3, 4. Phi Beta Lambda 2, 3. 4; 
NBEA 4 

Yabczynski, Margaret, 202 South Pearl Street, Shamokin, Pa. 
648-8131 Phi Beta Lambda 2. 3. 4, 

Yackabonis. Mary Ellen Margaret. 934 East Center Street, Mahanoy 
City, Pa, 77302967 CGA. Hospilality Committee I. 2. 3. 
SPSEA I. 2; Newman Club I. 2. 3. 

Yavorosky. Michael John. 65 River St.. Simpson, Pa,. 282-4974 
Olvmpian 4; American Chemical Society 2, 3; Science Club I, 2; 
Archeology Club 2. 3. 4 

Yeager. Gayle A. RD «2. Shickshmny. Pa.. 864-3721 Sigma Al- 
pha Ela 2. 3. 4. Hospitality Committee I 

Yockey. Gregory Thomas, 1701 Center ,Ave , Reading, Pa, 
376-0622 MRA 3, 4; Sigma Iota Omega 4 

Yoder, Bonila Darlene, RD «l, Danville, Pa,, 275-3629, Class Sec- 
retary I; Phi Beta Lambda 2, 3, Historian 3, 

Voder, Nelson W , 302 W Willow Sl,, Shamokin, Pa,. 648-1369 
SPSEA, 4, 

Yost. Richard Judson. 722 Carol St,. New Cumberland. Pa. 
234-9392. Alpha Phi Omega 3. 4; Archaeology Club 3; Track 3. 4. 
Co-Captain 3. 4; Cross Country 3, Co-Captain; Inlramurals Cap- 
tain I. 2. 3. 4 

Young. Judilh Kaye. 829 Pennsylvania Ave.. Pen Argyl, Pa . 
863-4639, ARW Hospitality Commiltee 3. Class Float Committee 
3; Phi Beta Lambda I. Bloomsburg Players 2. 3; Inlramurals 2 

Young. Leslie Frances. 101 Ardmoor Ave. Danville. Pa,. 275-3597 
Athenaeum Club 4. Bloomsburg Players I. 2. 3. 4; English Club 
4. Sigma Tau Delta 3. 4. SPSEA, 4. 

Zack. Lorraine Mane. 10 Morningside Ave.. Yardtey. Pa, 
HY3-2850 ARW Dorm Council 3. Vice President 3; Voling 
Member of ARW 3, Inlramurals 2 3 

Zalinski. Frances M . 223 W Spruce Slreel, Shamokin. Pa. 
648-5705 

Zalonis. Robert Neil. 427 Calhenne St.. Bloomsburg. Pa.. 784-5421 
Varsity Club 3. Tennis 1. 2. 3. 4, 

Zangardi, John Joseph, 206 Fairview Avenue, Scranton, Pa,, 
.34-7-2476, Maroon & Gold i. English Club 1, 2, 3; SPS.EA, 4; 
Inlramurals I, 

Zavacky. Donna M,. 913 W. Grove Ave.. Clarks Summit. Pa . 
5871550, ARW; Judiciary 3; Obiier 2, 3; Harmonelles 1; Inlramu- 
rals I, 2, 3; Election Committee 2; Big and Lillle Sister Co-ordina- 
lor 2, 3, 

Zchner, Eileen Adele, R D «3, Tamaqua, Pa., 386-5565 "B" Club 
2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Concert Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Robe Chairman 2. 3; 
German Club 4; International Relations Club 2, 3, 4; S,P,S,E.A, 
4, Inlramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 

Zehner, Karen Jill, 724 E, Fillh Street, Bloomsburg, Pa,, 784-4313, 
Science Club 2, SPSEA 3, 4, Basketball 1, 

Zeislofl. Roger H.. 936 West Main Street. Bloomsburg. Pa,. 
784-1100 Phi Beta Lambda 3. 4. Beta Sigma Delta 3. 4; Men's 
Inlramurals 3. 4. Freshman Orientation 4 

Zicgler. Steven Lee. 369 Emerson Road. Huntingdon Valley. Pa . 
WL7-OI3I. Concert Choir I. 2; Men's Glee Club 1.2; Inlramurals 
1. 2. 3 

Zimmerman. Richard Thomas. Box 29, Zion Grove. Pa . 889-3696, 
S PS E A 4, Inlramurals I, 2. 3, 4. 

Zimmerman, Roy Roger, RD.«1. Mifllinburg. Pa. Wreslhng I. 2, 

Zoranski. Frank Joseph. 14 Orchard Street. Glen Lyon. Pa. 
736-6392. CGA Hospitality Committee 3; Day Men; Science 
Club 1; Physics Club 4; SPSEA 3. 4. Inlramurals; Cross Coun- 
try 1. 2. 3.4; Captain I, Water Polo; Basketball; Volleyball Assoc, 
Captain 2. 3. 4; National Council of Math Teachers (Student Di- 
vision) 3. 4 

Zosh. Theresa Ann. 231 East Ave. Ml, Carme,. Pa,. 339-2662. 
CGA Election Board Committee 2; Proctor 2; Obiier 2; "B" 
Club 3. 4; Bloomsburg Players 2. 4. English Club 2. 4; S.P.S.EA, 
1. 4. Inlramurals I. 2. 3 



Subject Index 



Alpha Phi Gamma 


157 


IFC 


Alpha Phi Omega 


161 


International Relations Club 


Alpha Psi Omega 


158 


ISC 


American Chemical Society 


90 


January Graduation 


Andruss Library 


10, 11, 13, 51 


Junior Prom 


Archaeology Club 


87 


Kappa Delta Pi 


ARW 


68-69 


Lambda Alpha Mu 


Athenaeum Club 


86 


Laurel Princess 


B Club 


94-95 


Le Circle Francais 


Baseball 


146-147 


Literary and Film Society 


Basketball 


126-130 


Madrigal Singers 


Beta Sigma Delta 


163 


Majorettes 


Bloomsburg Players 


23, 97 


Maroon and Gold 


Board of Trustees 


50 


Maroon and Gold Band 


Campus Guests, Special 


24-25 


May Graduation 


CGA 


66-67 


Men's Glee Club 


Cheerleaders 


82-83 


Mock Repubhcan Convention 


Chess Club 


86 


MRA 


Circle K 


85 


Obiter 


Color Guard 


84 


Olympian 


Concert Choir 


101 


Phi Alpha Theta 


Council For Exceptional Children 


103 


Phi Sigma Xi 


Cross Country 


122-125 


Physics Club 


Day Men's Association 


74 


Pilot 


Day Women's Association 


71 


Pi Omega Pi 


Dean of Instruction 


46 


President of the College 


Dean of Students 


47 


Professor Rygiel 


Delta Epsilon Beta 


168-169 


PSEA 


Delta Omega Chi 


162 


Psychology Club 


Delta Pi 


167 


Senior Ball 


Director of Development 


48-49 


Sigma Alpha Eta 


Football 


116-121 


Sigma Iota Omega 


Forensic Society 


88 


Sigma Tau Delta 


Freshmen Orientation 


18 


Spring Arts Festival 


Gamma Theta Upsilon 


156 


Swimming 


German Club 


85 


Tau Sigma Pi 


Golf 


142-143 


Termis 


Greek Week 


32-33 


Theta Gamma Phi 


Harmonettes 


92 


Track 


Homecoming 


19-22 


Varsity Club 


Homecoming Queen 


20 


Who's Who 


Huski Club 


81 


Wrestling 



150 

80 

151 

26 

37 

153 

160 

36 

102 

96 

98 

99 

76-77 

100 

40-41 

98 

27-31 

72-73 

78-79 

75 

152 

166 

91 

80 

154 

44-45 

52-53 

89 

92 

38-39 

159 

164-165 

155 

34-35 

136-139 

170 

140-141 

170-171 

144-145 

93 

180-181 

131-135 



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THANK YOU . . . 



Each year the Obiter staff feels proud to say that after 
long, often frustrating, hours they have produced a book 
that is different from any that have preceded it. We, too, 
feel that the book you now have in vour hands is unique 
in several ways. It contains more color, more Ufe and a 
more complete record of the school year than has been 
possible with any previous book. Yet as you read this 
another Obiter is in the process of recording a new year 
and will undoubtedly involve ideas and designs unthought 
of by us. 

However, all Obiter staffs have one aim in common, and 
that is to capture fleeting moments of collegiate Ufe and to 
confine them to pictures and words so vivid that they will 
seem to recreate those moments for one who leafs through 
the pages in years to come. It has been with this in mind that 
we of the 1968 Obiter have designed your book. Only the 
years can teU of our success. 

For the present we are satisfied, and 1 would like to take 
this opportunity to thank all those who have contributed so 
much of their time and talent to creating and developing 
this book. Many of these are now shaping the 1969 Obiter, 
and to them 1 extend sincere wishes for a fulfilling and suc- 
cessful year. 1 would also like to extend a thank you to Steve 
Hock, first semester freshman last year, who took many of 
the pictures vital to our book, and a special thank you to 
Mrs. Claudette Stevens, Publications Director in 1967. for 
contributing long summer hours to the creating of plans for 
the 1968 Obiter. Finally, thank you to Mr. Robert Haller, 
present PubUcations Director, and to Dean Riegel, year- 
book advisor, who worked to develop these plans into a tan- 
gible reality. 




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