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Washington 
College 



Chestertown, 
Maryland 



eral Arts College is Many Things ♦ ♦ ♦ 




It is 

A Signpost to Education ♦ ♦ . 



An Education that develops the . . . 




Intellectual . . . 





. . . Physical ... ... Social 

. . '. Aspects of the Individual 



A Liberal Arts College is . . . 




The Chester 
River 




The Land of 
Pleasant Living 




. ♦ • Part of An Environment 




A 

Liberal Arts 

College 

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Activities . . . 



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Assemblies 




Concerts 





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Liberal 



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College is Also Buildings ♦ ♦ ♦ 







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But, More than all 
these things: 

Washington 
College 

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Teaching 



. . . Administering . . 



Honoring Tradition . . . 




and Sharing. . . 




. . their . . . 



Experiences . . . 





day by day. 



Dedication 




Gerda Renee Blumenthal 

PhD. 
TEACHER . . . AUTHOR . . . 
EXPERT IN THE LANGUAGES OF 
THE FRENCH AND RUSSIANS 
AND IN THE GREAT LITERARY 
HERITAGE OF EUROPE . . . AND 
FRIEND WHO IMPARTS THE 
CHALLENGE OF EDUCATION . . . 

TO THIS DEDICATED WOMAN THE 1963 
PEGASUS IS DEDICATED 




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ADMINISTRATION, 
FACULTY § STAFF 








Robert Kirkwood, Ph.D. 

Dean of the College 

4 Daniel Z. Gibson, Ph.D.; President of the College 





Warren Brewer, M.A. Margaret Horsley, 



Dean of Men 



Dean of Women 




Registrar 



Erraon N. Foster, A.M. 





Business Manager 

Frederick W. Dumschott, A.M. 



Assistant to 
the President 

J. Thomas Kibler, A.B. 



Director of Admissions 



Harold H. Gray, A.B. 



Assistant 
Director of Admissions 

Carl A. Westerdahl, A.B. 





Director of Public 
Relations 

Charles Cockey, A.B. 




Director of 
Athletics 

Edward L. Athey, M.A. 




Librarian 

Robert G. Bailey, M.S. 



THOSE NOT 
PICTURED 

Director of Alumni Affairs 

Bedford J. Groves, A.B. 

Superintendent of 
Buildings § Grounds 

A. Clayton McGarvey 




EDWARD L. ATHEY, M.A. 

Professor of Physical 

Education 

Chairman, Department of 

Physical Education 





GERDA RENEE BLUMENTHAL, Ph.D. 
Professor of French 



NICHOLAS NEWLIN, Ph.D. 

Professor of English 

Chairman, Department of English 





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ROLAND GIBSON, Ph.D. 

Professor of Economics 
Chairman, Department of 

Economics & Sociology 



FREDERICK W. DUMSCHOTT, M.A. 

Associate Professor of Political Science 

Business Manager of the College 






IRVING BARNETT, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor 

of Economics 

Director, 

International Studies 



EDGAR PERCIVAL GWYNN, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Biology 
Chairman, Department of Biology 



ROBERT L. HARDER, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Philosophy 

Chairman, Department of Philosophy 



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MARGARET HORSLEY, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Sociology 

Dean of Women 



NORMAN JAMES, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of 

English 



ROBERT KIRKWOOD, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of History 

Dean of the College 



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MINNIE BRUNING KNIPP, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of 

Education 





STEVE W. WORTH, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of 

Political Science 





KATHERINE YAW, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor 

of Biology 




DONALD M. CHATELLIER, M.Ed. 

Assistant Professor of 

Physical Education 



ELIZABETH B. COVEY, M.A. 

Assistant Professor of 

Mathematics 



MARGARET EPSTEIN, M.A. 

Assistant Professor 

of French 



FACULTY 






ERMON N. FOSTER, M.A. 

Assistant Professor of 

Education 



GUY FAIR GOODFELLOW, M.A. 

Assistant Professor of 

History 



BERNARD J. HASKE, Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor 

of Chemistry 





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TERUO KOBAYASHI, Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of 

Political Science 



ANGEL RUBIO Y. MAROTO, M.A. 

Assistant Professor of 

Spanish 






WALTER SCHATZBERG, M.A. 

Assistant Professor of 

German 



PETER F. TAPKE, Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of 

Philosophy 



NANCY R. TATUM, Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor 

of English 



FACULTY 






MICHAEL J. HOFFMAN, M.A. 
Instructor of English 



RONALD CARL SISK, A.B. 
Instructor of Physical Education 



DELPHINE S. BARROLL, A.: 
Lecturer in Music 





THOSE NOT PICTURED 




RICHARD HARLAN BROWN, Ph.D. 


ESTHER S. DILLON, Ph.D. 


CONRAD RIZER, Ph.D. 


Professor of Mathematics 


Professor of Spanish Language 


Professor of Physics 


Chairman, Department of 


& Literature 


Chairman, Department 


Mathematics 


Chairman, Department of 
Modern Languages 


of Physics 


BERNARD E. LYMAN,Ph.D. 


NATHAN SMITH Ph.D. 


HERBERT ALEXANDER, M.A. 


Associate Professor of Psychology 


Associate Professor of 


Assistant Professor ! 


Chairman, Department of 


History 


of Psychology 


Psychology & Education 


Chairman, Department of 
History & Political Science 




DORIS THISTLE BELL, A.B. 


JAMES LESLIE, Ph.D. 


RICHARD REIS, Ph.D. 


Assistant Professor of 


Assistant Professor of 


Assistant Professor of 


Physical Education 


Chemistry 


English 


Housemother, Reid Hall 






VENICE SAKELL, M.A. 


BENJAMIN BYERLY, M.A. 


WILLIAM GOULD, M.S. 


Assistant Professor of 


Instructor of History 


Instructor of Mathematics 


French & German 






ANTHONY LAYNG, A.M. 


SU LING, M.S. 


RICHARD RICKERT, A.B. 


Instructor of Sociology 


Instructor of Mathematics 
& Physics 


Instructor of Philosophy 




SECRETARY TO THE 
PRESIDENT: 

Elizabeth Gorsuch 





DIETICIAN: 

Mary Ellen Elfring 



SECRETARY TO THE ALUMNI 
DIRECTOR: 

Betty Anne Connolley 



DIRECTOR, 
BOOKSTORE: 

Kathryn Elliott 
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BOOKSTORE 
ASSISTANT: 

Katherine Tribbett 




BOOKKEEPERS, BUSINESS OFFICE: 
William Smith Flora Patrick 





DEVELOPMENT 

OFFICE 

SECRETARIES: 

L. to R., 

Pat Thomas 

& 

Sally Knight 




SECRETARY TO THE SUPT. 
OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS: 

Helen Hadaway 



ADMISSIONS 
SECRETARIES: 

L. to R., 

Dolores Capel 

& 

Jean Coleman 




SECRETARY TO THE 
DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS: 

Bertha Price 




ASSISTANT TO 
THE REGISTRAR: 

Thomas Schreck 



SECRETARY 
TO THE 
REGISTRAR: 

Gladys Plummer 




STAFF 





CLASSES 





Dedicated Teachers Impart Their 
Knowledge . . . 




tj . . . Students use various tools 
to supplement that 
knowledge . . . 




but, all is not work. 




Freshmen 




Class 
Officers 



SITTING: Karen Bragg, Secretary; 
Hurley Cox, President. 

STANDING: David Dressel, Treas- 
urer; Nick DeStefano, Vice-Presi- 
dent. 





J'ai, tu as, II a ... It all looks like Greek to me! 




Don't jump! The first year is the 
hardest. It's all downhill from there. 





The Group 



Class Officers 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Jerry Jenkins, President; Karen Tucciarone, Secretary; Ron Bran- 
nock, Vice- President. 




"I thought they said we wouldn't have any 
more 8:30's after freshman year ..." 



. .. 1965 




Class Officers 



"When do we eat?' 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Howie Fosler, Vice-President: Bill Morgan, President; Thel- 
ma von Behren, Treasurer; Nancy Reusille, Secretary. 



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Concentration 




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FEATURES 



The Fall Brings Many 
Things: 




Coffee Hours . . 






Open Houses . . 



Rallies 




. Art 






The first assembly of the 
whole college community in 
the new academic year, Fall 
Convocation features the 
presentation of college 
awards to outstanding stu- 
dents. 




Dean Kirkwood 
delivers an address 




♦ ♦ ♦ 



FALL 



The Fox Freshman Scholarship 
Award 



Pamela Kaminsky 



1962 




Washington College Scholarship 
Award 



Andrew Nilsson 



Ormond 
Andrew, Jr. 




Margaret E. 
Matthews 



The Visitors § Governors Scholarship Award 



CONVOCATION . . . 




The Visitors § 
Governors Medal 



Martin Rabat 



1962 



The Alumni Scholarship Medal 
& The Baurice Fox Medal were 
awarded to Ronald E. Smith, '64, who 
is enrolled in a special Medical 
School Program at the Johns Hopkins 
University. 



• • • Homecoming . . . 



Decorations 



Lambda Chi Alpha 




Kappa 
Alpha 



The Homecoming Queen £ Her Court 



The Queen 

Nancy Sanger 





Sue Hollinger 



Judy Miller 






Barbara Butz 



Carole Ryan 



Pam Kaminsky 




Peggy Paugh 



Karen Willett 



Kathi Rinaldi 



. . . 1 962 . . . 




. . The Homecoming Dance . 

TV Personality Claire Beach presents the Annual Cup 
to the fraternity with the winning homecoming deco- 
rations. Rich Williams accepts for KA as the Queen 
looks on. 



. . . The Big Room Clean 




"This room looks like it has not been cleaned for 
months!" 



"Say, ... do you think you could get 
your shoe outta my fried chicken! ?" 



. The Indoor 
Picnic . . . 




. . . And 
THREE PLAYS. 

Doing the directing, producing, 
& staging, the Washington Players 
presented an evening of three Ionesco 
plays. Thetriology ran for two nights 
before large audiences in Wm. Smith 
Auditorium. 




'The Bald Soprano" 

L. to R.: Dinny Dickinson, Dave Morgan, Pam Roff, Irv Abelman, 
Kitty Yoder, & Dave Auten. 




"The Leader" 



L. to R.: Norm Cohen, Malinda Lasater, Tom Nichols, 
Fred Bauman, Lou Rappaport. 



"The Tenant" 

L. to R.: Frank Wildman, 
Bill Rittmeyer, 
Mike Halperin 






SPORTS 



SEASON SUMMARIES 



Soccer 



w. c. 


2 


Hofstra 


2 


w. c. 


4 


Tow son 


3 


w. c. 




Delaware 


1 


w. c. 




Mt. St. Mary's 





w. c. 




Lycoming 


3 


w. c. 




F & M 


3 


w. c. 




Western Md. 


5 


w. c. 





Loyola 


3 


w. c. 


1 


Johns Hopkins 





w. c. 


2 


American U. 


4 


WON: 3 


Lost: 5 


Tied: 2 






Cross Country 



w. c. 


50 


Gallaudet 


15 


w. c. 


48 


Dickinson 


15 


w. c. 


47 


Mt. St. Mary's 


15 


w. c. 


37 


Susquehanna 


22 


w. c. 


50 


Towson 


15 


w. c. 


36 


Loyola 


21 


w. c. 


44 


Del. Valley 


17 


w. c. 


40 


P. M. C. 


20 


w. c. 


39 


Johns Hopkins 


22 


w. c. 


43 


Gettysburg 


15 


w. c. 


43 


American U. 


18 




WON: 


Lost: 11 





Soccer . . . 




Hours of 
practice . 




. . . benefits. Team leading 
scorer Ossie Hodges (42) 
roars approval as Fred 
Weiss follows up his goal. 




Senior standout Tom 
Osmanski puts the step 
to another opposition 
goal attempt. 




. . . '62 



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Sophomore Bob Shannahan follows up a steal in op- 
ponent's turf. By theway,how do you tell the ref from 
the opponents? ! 



FRONT, L. to R.: Bruce Jaeger, Paul Rudolph, Ossie 
Hodges, Bob Reck, Tony Parker, Jerry Jenkins, 
Chuck Meding. 

SECOND ROW: Fred Weiss, Allan Eisel, Joe Caruso, 
Hayden Harrisson, Bob Shannahan. 

THIRD ROW: Ron Autenrieth, Jay Dove, BobClaggett, 
Jim Francis. 

FOURTH ROW: Coach Athey, Ea O' Brian, Terry Col- 
lins, Dave Auten, Steve Beispiel. 



The Team 




1962 was not the best year for the Washington 
College Cross Country Squad, but helped de- 
velop some potentially fine runners. 



Cross 



Country 





Stalwart Soph, Andy Nilsson was the team's 
spirit booster and most consistent runner 
during a frustrating season. 



The 
Team 



KNEELING: Bruce O'Kane, Coach Chatellier. 
STANDING: Hurley Cox, Andy Nilsson, Ben Troutman, 
Neal Jablon. 



Intramurals 



1962 



While the soccer and cross-country teams 
were hard at work in the afternoon, another breed 
could be spotted on the plains of Washington: 
Intramural Combatants. Over 100 males, rep- 
resenting the four fraternities and several in- 
dependent groups sought the touch football champ- 
ionship won by Theta Chi. 



Girl's 

Sports . . . 

Girl's Intramural Athletic Assn. 

Nancy Matthews, Pres.; Kathy Oakley, V.-Pres. 



FRONT ROW: Bobbi 
Peters, Kathy Oakley, 
Nancy Matthews, Donna 
Harries, Margaret Welsh, 
Nancy Dempster. 




. . . Volleyball . . . 



BACK ROW: Page 
Kelly, Carole Lawson, Beth 
Mumford, Heather Magee, 
Pat Godbolt, Judy Romanik, 
Debbie Evans. 



The Sta 


ndings 




TEAM 




WON 


LOST 


Zetas* 




6 





Alpha Chi 




5 


1 


AOPi 




3 


3 


Independents 




2 


4 


Frosh I 




2 


4 


Frosh in 




2 


4 


/ 
Frosh II 




1 


5 




* Champions 





. . 1962 . . . 




THE CHAMPS: ZETA TAU ALPHA 



GIAA 
Officers 



Pres. Nancy Matthews and Veep Kathy 
Oakley discuss schedule plans for the year. 



The 




Teams 



FIRST ROW: Marge Wescott, Carole Lawson, Myrtie Bozman. 
MIDDLE ROW, Bottom to top: Kathy Oakley, Heather Magee, 

Cammy Felt, Sue Bolten. 
TOP ROW: Nan Reusille, Sue Burt, Nancy Dempster. 



THE INDEPENDENTS 




FRONT ROW: Mary Ellen Picozzi, Pat God- 
bolt, Sylvia Ayers. 

SECOND ROW: Pat Dowd. 

THIRD ROW: Ginny Lussier. 

FOURTH ROW: Peggy Paugh, Eileen Altobell, 
Nancy Eichert. 



FRESHMEN III 




Action 



The Alpha Chis and the Zetas 
vie for the championship. 



FRONT ROW: Susan Stant, Mary Gibson, Carolyn Cridler. 
BACK ROW: Carole Faherty, Betty Herrschaft, Sue Silver- 
man. 




FRONT ROW: Beth Wells, Liz Diet- 
rich, Judy Gettman. 




BACK ROW: Linda Middlestadt, Cathy 
Stewart, Bonnie Schilling. 



FRESHMEN II 




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FEATURES 



Assemblies . . . 



The editor of the To- 
ronto GLOBE AND MAIL 
delivered a speech and 
handled a very informative 
discussion on the nature of 
our Canadian neighbors, 
their attitudes and their 
outlook on the United States. 




Concerts ♦ 



Charley Byrd, the man 
who brought Bossa Nova to 
the United States, wowed a 
W.C. audience for the second 
year in a row. 




Conferences ♦ . . 



Scientists came from 
all over the East to partici- 
pate in a winter conference 
at W.C. 




Stunt Night 



ON STAGE 
WITH . . 




Kappa Alpha - "What's My Crime?' 



. . . The three stars of Theta 
Chi's "Tribute to George M. Cohan" 
show the form that brought second 
prize in the fraternity competition. 





Stunt Night M.C. Tom Osmanski 
delivers a between-the-acts song 
from Americana (?). 



The frosh execute their stinging commentary 
on the state of affairs in the ranks of the up- 
perclassmen. 



1962 




Penny Brown leads the Zetas to first 
prize in the sorority competition as 
"Alice in Wonderland". The stage 
show was, as the audience agreed, a 
lot better than the book. 




The Alpha Chi's conjure up voices from the 
past in their skit. 



A dazzling production greeted 
the audience when the AOPi's took 
the stage. Their stunt garnered sec- 
ond prize in the sorority division. 





The Lambdas gave the audiences split sides with their skit. 



Stunt Night '62 was a true example of what the resourceful 
minds of college students can produce. All the acts were good 
and the competition was close. The winner in the fraternity 
division was PHI SIGMA KAPPA who produced a hilarious si- 
lent film complete with piano music. Since no picture could be 
taken of the film, we couldn't put it in the book. All we can say 
is, "Go see it'." 



MC Osmanski is joined by Gail Fischer in a round of 
crowd-pleasing folksongs. 



The MC awards the laurel wreath and loving cup to 
Hurley Cox, winner of the Ugly Man Contest. 






Renowned Mime, Frans 
Reyders captivated the 
community with his mas- 
tery of one of the world's 
oldest arts: pantomime. 





This Was The Week That Was: the day everyone 
went to Dunning Labs to get their blood typed. 



Winter signals the end of the 
annual rites of Rush and "How-am-I- 
going-to-study-for exams ? " But 
somehow, everybody found a little 
time for diversion. 



Old Saint Nick got onto the campus and gave the kids from the area an afternoon 
they won't forget. The occasion was the annual Student Government Christmas 
Party dedicated to the children of the Chestertown area. 




PRIZE -WINNING 
CHRISTMAS DOOR DECORATIONS 



Carole Byer 
Nancy Dempster 



Linda Kosek 
Barbara Derby 






ORGANIZATIONS 



Honor Societies 

Omicron Delta Kappa 

NATIONAL MEN'S LEADERSHIP HONOR SOCIETY 




Left to right, SEATED: BobClagett, Bud Andrew. Lou Rappaport. STANDING: Tony 
Parker, Barry Evans, Jim Mullen, Steve Levine, Paul Riecks. 



Sigma Sigma Omicron 



NATIONAL SCHOLASTIC HONORARY SOCIETY 




Left to right, SEATED: Peggy Matthews, Margaret Jones. STANDING: 
Lisa Ruedi, Bob Clagett, Bud Andrew, Nancy Hastings. 



Student Government Association 




Vice-President 

Mitchell Parmet 




President 



Barry Evans 





Secretary 



Treasurer 



Bob Eisenbud 



Student Senate 




The Student Senate, a body composed of three elected members from each class, the four class presi- 
dents, and the four Senate officers is the student policy-making organization of the Student Government 
Association, which is composed of the entire student body. 



CLOCKWISE: Pam Kaminsky, Mitchell 
Parmet, Steve Levine, Bob Eisenbud, Barry 
Evans, LisaRuedi, Bud Andrew, Cindy Patin, 
Marby Agens, Bill Morgan, Bob Natwick, 
Tony Parker. 





LEFT TO RIGHT: Jon Segal, Henri Himmer, Pam Kaminsky, Mitch Parmet, 
Steve Levine. 



Dramatic Organizations 



The Players 




Left to right, SEATED: Nancy Matthews, Malinda Lasater, Joost Hunningher, Greig LeBel, Lynn Phillips, Diane 
Dickinson, Bill Rittmeyer. STANDING: Sue Thelin, Dave Morgan, Frank Wildman, Kathy Oakley, Lou Rappa- 
port, Dave Auten, Judith Baetzner, Jane Roff, Barbara Presson, Ginny Lussier, Steve Beispiel, Pat Novak. 



Alpha Psi Omega 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Malinda Lasater, Diane Dickinson, Lisa 
Ruedi. 



The PLAYERS presenting "The Lottery," a one act play by 
Shirley Jackson. 



Women's House Council 




Left to right, SEATED: Elain Holden, Diana Roomy, Marge Wescott, Susan Hollinger. Nancy Sanger, Kay David- 
son, Lynn Phillips. STANDING: Barbara Raines, Linda Holland, Pam Morgan, Betty Herrschaft, Mary Ethel 
Pappas, Ginny Lussier, Kathy Oakley, Suzanne Mitnik. 



Student Education Association 




Left to right, ROW ONE: Kay Davidson, Judith Miller, Dolle Sellers, Joyce Beacham. ROW TWO: Pat Cole- 
man, Lynnda Whitlock, Margaret Jones, Anne Lovell, Mary Lou Suter. ROW THREE: Pat Godbalt, Carole Mc- 
Intire, Sarah vanDyke, Hope Phillips, Ginny Lussier, John Flynn, Nancy Dempster, Lynn Phillips, Frederica 
Bunting. 

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The 



Pegasus 



Editor and Managing Editor 



Paul Riecks and Marianne Reid 



Business Manager 

Page Kelly 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Ellen Picozzi, Susan Burke, Joyce Beacham, Beth Mumford, Marianne Reid, Judith 
Baetzner, Lou Rappaport, Lynnda Whitlock, Nancy Dempster. 



Mount Vernon Literary Society 




Ginkgo 



Left to right, SEATED: Evin Hirsch, Kitty Yoder, Greig LeBel, Norman Cohen, Gerald 
McKelvey. STANDING: Nancy Matthews, Nita McClain, Lisa Ruedi, Anne Bayley, Lou 
Rappaport, Joost Hunningher, Dave Auten. 




Duplicate Bridge Club 



Editor 

Norman Cohen 




Left to right, SEATED: Bonnie Orrison, Glen Gaumnitz, Emil Regelman, Carole 
Mclntire, Chip Lewis, Elliott Katz. STANDING: Susan Aehorn, Dr. Roland Gib- 
son, William Gould. 




The 



Elm 



Editorial Board 

Left to right, STANDING: John Conkling, 
Joyce Beacham, Hal Shear, Nancy Dempster. 
SEATED: John Daly, Jim Del Priore, Steve 
Gregory. 



Business Manager and 
Editor 

Hal Shear and Joyce Beacham 




Reporters 



Left to right, SEATED: Evin Hirsch, Pam 
Baker. STANDING: Jane Clapper, Mary 
Ellen Picozzi, Chip Lewis. 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Marianne Reid, Susan 
Achorn, Doris Abel, Nancy Dempster. 




Copy Readers 



Left to right, SEATED: Carole Mclntire. 
STANDING: Donna Harries, Pam Mote, Nancy 
Eichert. 



International Relations Club 





Left to right, SEATED: Leah Stevens, Bill Hesson, 
Frederica Bunting, Diana Roomy, Margaret Jones. 
STANDING: Sylvia Bushong, Sara Beaudry, Carole 
Mclntire, Ginny Lussier, Pat Thomas, Anne Bayley, 
Lou Rappaport, Carol Lawson, Andrea Arnaud, Judith 
Miller. 



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Vice-President 



Patrick Thomas 



Secretary 

Frederica Bunting 



Treasurer 



Carol Lawson 



Society of Sciences 




Left to right, SEATED: Nancy Sanger, Stan Israel, BevBirge, Bonnie Orrison, Emil Regel- 
man, Judy Romanik. STANDING: Dr. Bernard Haske, Dr. James Leslie, Steve Levine, 
Roy Ans, Larry Manogue, Joseph Gannon, Dave Honigstock. 



Washington College Forum 




Left to right, SEATED: Lou Rappaport, Dr. Teruo Kobayashi, Roy Schwartz. STANDING: 
Bill Hesson, Len Schrader, Greig LeBel, Jim Mullen. 



Chorus 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Judith Layng, Leah Stevens, Barbara Maxwell, Lida Sprague, Susan Achorn, Jane Clap- 
per, Dale Patterson, Eileen Altobell, Ruth Haines, Carolyn Cridler, Eileen Wilmer, Myrtis McMahan, Merle 
Adkins, Carole Mclntire, Sarah vanDyke. 




The Washington College Women's Chorus presents a "Concert In Brief" for the student body, directed by Mrs. 
Judith Layng, and accompanied by Bud Andrew. 



Religious Organizations 



Newman Club 



Left to right, SEATED: Mary Lou 
Suter, Pam Morgan, Lynn Phillips, 
Mary Ellen Picozzi, Carol Hornick. 
STANDING: Walter Grabenstein, 
Eileen Alt obel 1, Joyce Beacham, 
Barbara Keehan, Jim Del Priore, 
Barbara Maxwell, Suzanne Mitnik, 
Gail Strong, John Flynn. 





Canterbury Club 



Left to right, SEATED: Carol Law- 
son, Ginny L u s s i e r , Susan Stant, 
Margaret Jones. STANDING: Ellen 
Benson, Frederica Bunting, Frank 
Hynson, Janice Wilmer, Sandra Vul- 
tee. 



Jewish Student 
Fellowship 

LEFT TO RIGHT: EvinHirsch, Dave 
Honigstock, Roy Ans, Emil Regel- 
man, Stan Israel. 




Wesley Foundation 

Left to right, SEATED: Mel Walker, 
Adah Simmons, Reverend Kesmodel, 
Doug Williams, Fred Weiss, Dolle 
Sellers. STANDING: Bonnie Orri- 
son, Glen Gaumnitz, Jerry Baker, 
Carole Mclntire, Sarah vanDyke, 
Paul Hubis, Pete Mennen, Alta Focht. 





GREEKS 




A Gathering of Some 
Symbols of the Greek 
Life on Campus 





Guys and dolls enjoy themselves at the KA Rose Dance. 



Brothers and dates beam along with the kids at the 
annual Christmas party. 



Kappa Alpha Order 



KA 




FRONT, L. To R.: DaveSanborn, RoyPurdon, Allen Elsel, FrankHynson, Terry Cumiskey, Bob Wolfe. 
BACK: 'Hurley Cox, Charles Amos, Jim Francis, Ron Autenreith, Dick Natwick, Walt Yoeckel, Bob 
Jacobs, Frank Mattiace. 



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Stunt Night Aftermath 



Brother Caper renders solace to an open house visitor. 




Pledges . . 



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FRONT, L. to R.: Nick DeStefano, Jim Tawes, Don Phillips. BACK: Al Reddish, 
Jim Baker, Mike Travieso, Paul Hubis. 



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FRONT, L. to R.: Butch Dell, Chuck Meding, Paul Rudolph. BACK: Ron Taylor, Bruce Jaeger, Dave 
Svec, Bob Johnson. 



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every morning . . 




Brother Seth . . . the morning after 




Pledges . 



Pledges Len Schrader and Peter Kares are kept under heavy guard by several prominent national 
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L. TO R., FRONT ROW: Sara Mahoney, Barbara Malone, Diana Dibble. COUCH: Barb Herrschast, 
Pani Baker, Sharon Carney, Susan Stant, AltaFocht, Frankie von Gulden. BACK ROW: Bonnie Abrams, 
Carole Faherty, PatSimonsen, Mary Ann Davidson, Linda Middlestadt, Sue Achorn, Merle Adkins, Ruth 
Haines, Marge Flaccus. 



Alpha Omicron Pi 



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Enjoying PanHel Refreshments 



Linda Kosek & Mary O'Melveny 





SEATED: Cheryl Erlach, Bobbi Keehan. STANDING: Linda Holland, Goma Goodman, Sue Thelin, 
Marby Agens, Judy Heath, Cathy Stewart, Gail Strong. 



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Pledges . . . 




In the spring, a young man's fancy turns to 
the sunbathers . . . 




SEATED: Pam Bittinger, Cindy Bliven, Karen Willett, Carol Hornick. STANDING: Kathi Rinaldi, 
Jan Molnar, Peggy Paugh, Liz Dietrich, Beth Wells. 





SPORTS 



The Varsity Club 




THE MEN'S ATHLETIC HONORARY SOCIETY 

FRONT ROW: Bruce King, Bob Reck, Tony Pickett, Emraett Molloy, Buddy Wetzler, Howie Fosler, 

Tony Parker. 
SECOND ROW: Rich Williams, Bill Morgan, Bob Pritzlaff, Phil Tilghman, Hayden Harrison, Tom 

Osmanski. 
THIRD ROW: Fred Weiss, Ron Schuck, Allan Eisel. 



. . . And 



The Cheerleaders 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Kay Davidson, Debbie Evans, Kathy Sykes, Susie Bolten, 
Sarah Beaudry, Karen Willett. 





Basket 



The 1962-63 Basketball Season at Washington 
College was a heartbreaker. There were several 
close losses and some hard-fought victories. But 
the team sustained too many key injuries-the worst 
to Emmett Molloy, three-year veteran. The JV did 
well, though, and the signs point to a rebuilt team in 
63-64. 



Soph Starter Rich Carroll goes up for a jump shot. 



No ... it isn't a dance, it's Wetzler and Schulteis executing the 
ol 1 weave. 





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nab two points. 




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Season Summary 



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Randolph Macon 


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w. c. 


69 


Dickinson 


85 




w. c. 


66 


Gallaudet 


75 




w. c. 


65 


Lycoming 


69 




w. c. 


76 


Western Md. 


87 




w. c. 


57 


Stevens Tech. 


75 




w. c. 


69 


Loyola 


94 




w. c. 


77 


Lebanon Valley 


85 




w. c. 


69 


Johns Hopkins 


80 


The Team 


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w. c. 
w. c. 


57 
60 
65 


Catholic U. 

Drexel 

Towson 


84 
79 
44 










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w. c. 


74 


Lynchburg 


64 






♦Allan Eisel 


w. c. 


61 


Swarthmore 


78 






* Starke Evans 


w. c. 


85 


Western Md. 


92 






Haydon Harrison 


w. c. 


71 


Mt. St. Mary's 


90 






Bob Johnson i 


w. c. 


93 


Loyola 


113 






♦Pete Magee ■ 


w. c. 


91 


Towson 


75 






♦Emmett Molloy 


w. c. 


73 


Baltimore U. 


91 






*John Ripper 


w. c. 


66 


F & M 


86 






♦Glen Shipway 
♦John Sloan 
















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♦Walt Yoeckle 


















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♦Terry Collins 



962-1963 



Winter Intramurals mean basketball as it is rarely played 
- almost football. But KA & ©X had good teams & the ©Xmen 
copped the honors. 



Intramurals 




Thetas romp over Lambdas. 



Girl's Sports 

Basketball 




Who says women don't play rough? 





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Team 




Won 


Lost 


Alpha Chi* 




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3 


3 


Zetas 




5 


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Freshmen II 




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Freshmen I 




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2 


Freshmen II] 




3 


3 


Independents 




1 


5 




Most Valuable Player: 






Nancy 


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* Champions 






THE ZETAS: a bevy of beautiful 
basketball belles. 



L. to R.: Marge Wescott, Kathy Oakley, Nancy Dempster, Sue Burt, Carole 
Lawson, Heather Magee, Carole Ryan, Cammy Felt, Myrtie Bozman, Susie Bolten. 





Sophomore Sue Thelin jumps for the 
Alpha Chi. 



THE INDEPENDENTS 

FRONT: Pat Godbolt. SECOND: Pat Dowd, 
Mary Ellen Picozzi. THIRD: Peggy Paugh, 
Ginny Lussier, Nancy Eichert. 



FRESHMEN H 

CENTER: Liz Dietrich. CIRCLE: Jane 
Clapper, Merle Adkins, Bonnie Schilling, 
Linda Middlestadt, Cathy Stewart. 




THE CHAMPS: ALPHA CHI, a covey of cute colleens of 
the court. 




CENTER: Susie Burke. CIRCLE: Ellen Ehalt, Henri Himmer, Sue Thelin, Page Kelley, Beth Mumford, 
Barbara Guman, Elaine Penkethman. 




FRESHMEN I 



FIRST ROW: Sally Dobbs. SECOND ROW: Barb 
Malone. THIRD ROW: Sally Henderson, Cheryl 
Erlach. FOURTH ROW: Marg Welsh. FIFTH ROW: 
Holly Wallis, Sue Achorn, Karen Bragg. 





ALPHA OMICRON PI 

FRONT: Marsha Jewell, Judy Romanik, Ruth Haines. 
SECOND ROW: Pam Morgan. THIRD ROW: Sandy 
Murray, Eileen Wilmer, Linda Kosek. 



FRESHMEN HI 

CENTER: Debbie Evans. CIRCLE: Susan Stant, Sue 
Silverman, Donna Harries, Mary Gibson, Gail Strong, 
Carolyn Cridler. 





FEATURES 



The Leaves 
Return . . . 



. . . much time is 
spent on the 
Hodson Wall, 
Eyeing . . . 
the library moves 
to the beach . . . 




Ronald & Jeffrey Marlowe. 




. . . Bermudas 
come out from the 
closet . . . 



. . . Concerts 
Abound . . . 




. . . the animals return to their 
favorite dormitory benefactors . 



... A new group 
of school leaders 
is chosen . . . 



The 1963-'64 Student Government Officers: 
L. to R., Tony Parker, Pres.; Pam Karalnsky, 
Sec; Bob Eisenbud, Vice-President; Bob Natwick, 
Treas. 



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W. C. Students Jane Clapper & Chip Lewis 
discuss Peace Corps possibilities with 
visiting recruiter (L). 



Assemblies . . . 





Minta Martin Lounge is the scene tor all coffee 
hour-discussions that follow assemblies. 



Felix Morley . 



Mr. Morley, (L), shares a point 
with Dean Kirkwood. 



Talk given by Latin American diplomat was sponsored by the International 
Relations Club. Club's President, Bill Hesson (s at left). 



... A representative 
from the organization 
of American States . . 



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TWO PLAYS . . . 




The Lottery" 



A cast made up from students of the college and sev- 
eral children from Chestertown acted out this former 
off-broadway play. 



The Washington College 
Players rounded out a highly ac- 
tive and successful year with a- 
nother evening of three one-act 
plays. "Clown's Nightmare" and 
another play -not pictured here - 
entitled "The Preacher" were 
written and directed by two Wash- 
ington College students. "The 
Preacher" was written by Doug 
Bailey, '63. 



"Clown's 
Nightmare" 



Written and directed by Norm Cohen, '64, 
"Clown's Nightmare" featured Stanley Is- 
rael, Lynn Phillips, Tom Osmanski, and 
Lou Rappaport. 



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. And a visit to the campus 
by a famous Actress . . . 



Shakespearian Actress Gwendolyn Francgon-Davies was 
featured at an afternoon coffee-hour-discussion in Minta 
Martin. Here she discusses plans with Professor James 
and Washington Players President Joost Hunningher. 



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Theta Chi's warblers won the first place fraternity Song Fest Cup. 



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. . . The Last Blast . . . 



The Beach Party? Who Remembers ! 




, . . And the college 
pauses to look . . , 



. . . to 
the past 

On June I, 1963, Wash- 
ington College celebrated 
its 181 st Anniversary. On 
that Day, the Past was 
Honored, and the future 
of the I Ith oldest Institu- 
tion of Higher Learning in 
the United States was Af- 
firmed in Word and Plan. 




Alumni place wreath at the statue of George Washington. 



HERITAGE 



. . and to the future 




AND REDEDICATION 



Mr. John Hessey, retiring Chairman of the Board of Visitors & Governors 
assists Mrs. Lillian Brown Hodson break ground for the addition to the 
dining hall that bears her husband's name. The ceremony signifies the 
beginning of the college's $10,000,000 expansion program. 



At Year's en< 





SPORTS 



SEASON SUMMARIES 



Tennis 



Track 



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W. C. 79 Loyola 43 


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4 


Randolph Macon 
Stevens Tech. 


7 
5 






W. C. 67 Dickinson 64 
W. C. 66 Western Md. 65 






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3 


Western Md. 


6 






W. C. 81 Susquehanna 50 


w. c. 


3 


Delaware 


6 






W. C. 84 Towson 38 


w. c. 


4 


Catholic U. 


5 






W. C. 58 Ursinus 73 


w. c. 


4 


Lynchburg 


5 






W. C. 62 Johns Hopkins 69 


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w. c. 


6 
3 


Johns Hopkins 
Mt. St. Mary's 


3 
6 






WON: 5 LOST: 2 
Penn Relays, Haddleton Mile 






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WON: 


Loyola 
2 LOST: 8 


9 




Relay: 3:25.4(Record) 






Baseball 


Lacrosse 




w. c. 


1 


Bridgewater 


14 




W. C. 8 Dartmouth 6 




w. c. 


9 


Elizabethtown 


6 




W. C. 3 Penn 2 




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Randolph Macon 


6 




W. C. 2 Navy 12 




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w. c. 


11 



Swarthmore 
F & M 


12 

4 






W. C. 9 Loyola 2 
W. C. 4 Hofstra 2 










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9-9 


Western Md. 


4-3 






W. C. 9 Johns Hopkins 12 




w. c. 


2 


Catholic U. 


10 






W. C. 13 Swarthmore 10 




w. c. 


2-0 


Susquehanna 


3-1 






W. C. 4 Delaware 3 




w. c. 


8 


Lynchburg 


5 






W. C. 13 W& L 2 




w. c. 


8 


Johns Hopkins 


6 






W. C. 10 Towson 1 




w. c. 


2 


Towson 


4 






W. C. 6 Alumni 7 




w. c. 


4 


Mt. St. Mary's 


3 






W. C. 6 Virginia 13 
WON: 8 LOST: 3 




w. c. 


11 


Dickinson 


12 






w. c. 


2-1 


Loyola 


3-6 




Champions: Southern Division 






WON: 


4 LOST: 13 










Lacrosse Association 







Lacrosse: 

The one thing all W. C. 
rooters agreed on concerning 
the '63 lacrosse season is 
that it was great. The loss to 
the Admirals in Annapolis was 
expected but the Sho'men 
pulled some surprises. They 
had everyone talking like '64 
is going to be the year little 
Washington College will grab 
the National Championship. 



The 
Team 




FRONT ROW: Jay Dove, Dave Johnson, Jay Hinson, Rich Williams, Jim Francis, Fred Weiss, 
Ossie Hodges, Jerry Jenkins. SECOND ROW: Coach Kelley, Bob Pritzlaff, Alec Dick, Howie 
Fosler, Haydon Harrison, Roy Purdon, Huck Wilkinson, Max Magee. BACK ROW: John Conk- 
ling, Guy Messenger, Bruce Jaeger, Ron Schuck, Paul Rudolph, Butch Dell, Jeff Rubin. 




"Button, Button . . . who's got the button?" 





Coach Kelly discusses strategy with the 
boys. 



Dave Johnson, recipient of Middle Atlantic Conference honors, wards off 
another shot. 



Johnson again with a fine effort against 
Hopkins. 






Baseb, 



Starke (Chaw) Evans exhibiting his form. 



$*m 




First Baseman Phil Tilghman puts the tag on a 
roving Elizabethtown runner. 





frozen motion 



Intra murals 



Ah . . . Spring? ! Daylight Saving Time, beach parties, exams, 
and . . . softball. One Hundred of the healthiest, redblooded W. C. 
Males competed for the coveted Softball Cup. (Schmidt' s or Pabst). 
Fraternity and independent teams fought it out like so many tigers 
forsixweeks. Attheend of the semester the Thetas wound up with 
the prize. 



The 
Team 




FRONT ROW: Ed Harrington, Chuck Meding, Terry Caler, Bob Reck, John Sloan, Bill Morgan. SECOND 
ROW: Bob Shannahan, Charley Sparks, Al Eisel, Glen Shipway, Phil Tilghman, Starke Evans, John Flynn. 
THIRD ROW: Dick Natwick, Walt Yoeckle, Jon Segal, Terry Collins, Coach Sisk. 





Tennis 



Sanborn and Cohen . . . half of a great relay team. 



Track 

The Team 



FRONT ROW: Paul Hubis, Tony Parker, Pete 
Mennen, Tony Pickett, Bud Wetzler, Bruce King, 
MikeTravieso. SECOND ROW: Coach Chatellier, 
Al Reddish, Mac McCarthy, Bill Gutman, Ken 
Cohen, Roy Schwartz, Hurley Cox, Andy Nilsson. 




"Man, it's bright out here!" Pete 
Mennen in full stride. 



Girl's 
Honorary Varsity, '62-63 




Netman Joost 
Hunningher in 
action on the 
home court. 




FRONT ROW: Carole Lawson, Myrtie Bozman, Debbie Evans, Nancy 
no Matthews. SECOND ROW: Kathy Oakley, Susie Burke. 



Sports Banquet 




Athletic Director of Washington College, Edward Athey opens the 1963 College Sports 
Banquet. The purpose of the gala dinner, held in Hodson Hall was to honor alumni, local, 
and college athletes for accomplishments during the '62-'63 school year. 



WASHINGTON COLLEGE MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS 

SOCCER: Bob Reck 

CROSS COUNTRY: Andy Nilsson 

BASKETBALL: Buddy Wetzler 

TRACK: Tony Parker 

TENNIS: Bob Englesberg 

BASEBALL: Bob Reck 

LACROSSE: Bob Pritzlaff 



Tom Kibler 
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On a Thursday night in late May, 1963, 
hundreds of friends, alumni, and students of 
Washington College gathered in Frank Russell 
Gymnasium to honor a man who has given his 
entire life to Washington College: Thomas 
Kibler. For fifty years, "Tom" has coached 
or performed a related duty for his "boys" at 
W. C. bringing many fine athletes and a great 
many championships to Chestertown in the pro- 
cess. The dinner was a great affair, but, as 
someone said there, it could never begin to 
completely honor so much service: Tom Kibler 
has helped Washington College become what it 
is today. We thank him. 



"Coach" Kibler does a little reminiscing with Curley Byrd (L), former President 
of the University of Maryland, and Dr. Gibson, W. C. President. 





SENIORS 





KENNETH EDWARD ALEXANDER 
41-22 171 St., Flushing 58, N. Y. 
B.A., Economics 
Varsity Baseball, Tennis; Intramural Football 1, 
Basketball 1,2,3,4, Volleyball 1,2,3,4, Tennis 2,3, 
Table Tennis Champ 2, Track 2, Softball 1,3, Bad- 
minton 2, Isometric Team 4: Jewish Student Fellowship 
1,2,3,4; Hazing Committee 2 



McLALLEN ALSOP 
75 Deerhaven Rd., Mahwah, N. J. 
B.S., Biology 
Phi Sigma Kappa 2,3,4; Varsity Lacrosse 1,2; Intra- 
mural Volleyball, Soccer, Football; Judiciary Board 
Rotating Member; Washington Players 1 



ORMOND L. ANDREW, JR. 
204 South 2nd St., Denton, Md. 
B.A., Political Science 
Kappa Alpha Order 1, Treasurer 2, Song Chairman 
2,3,4; Student Senate Representative 2,4, Chairman 
Elections Committee 3; Judiciary Board 2, 4; Co- Editor 
NEW FACES 2,3; Committee for the Fine Arts Build- 
ing; Canterbury Club 1,2, President 3,4; Chorus Ac- 
companist 1,2,4; College Organist; Student Advisor 
2,3,4; Dean's List 1,2,3; Omicron Delta Kappa 3, Presi- 
dent 4; Sigma Sigma Omicron 3,4; Fox Freshman 
Award 1; Visitors and Governors Scholarship 3,4; 
Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 4 






ROY PHILIP ANS 
212 Green Acres Rd. South, Valley Stream, N. Y. 
B.S., Chemistry 
Varsity Track 1,3, Cross Country 1; Intramural Basket- 
ball 1, Track 1; Society Of Sciences 1, Co- Chairman 3, 
President 4: Jewish Student Fellowship 1, Vice-Presi- 
dent 2, President 3,4; Student Advisor 3; Hazing Com- 
mittee 2; Sailing Club 1; Laboratory Assistant 2,3,4; 
Dean's List 2, Honorable Mention 3 



ANDREA RENEE ARNAUD 
15 Kenwood Rd., Garden City, N. Y. 
B.A., French 
Alpha Chi Omega 2, Standards Board 3, Social and 
Activities Chairman 4; Intramural Volleyball 1,2,3,4, 
Basketball 1,2,3: Judiciary Board 4; Pegasus Staff 3; 
Class Treasurer 3,4; International Relations Club 4; 
Student Advisor 2; Hazing Committee 2 




JUDITH ANNE BAETZNER 

80 Pine St., Millburn, N. J. 
B.A., English 
Alpha Chi Omega 2,3, Lyre Editor and Publicity Chair- 
man 4; Intramural Basketball 1,2; Pegasus 1,3, Co- 
Editor Seniors 4; Elm 1, Copy and Proof Editor 3; 
Washington Players 4; Women's House Council 3; 
Chorus 2; Newman Club 1; Dean's List Honorable 
Mention 3 



STANLEY DOUGLASS BAILEY 
109 N. Main St., Woodstown, N. J. 
B.A., English 
Phi Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4; Intramural Basketball 2,4, 
Football 2,4; Mt. Vernon Literary Society 4; Washing- 
ton Players 4; A'nha Psi Omega 4; Dean's List 2 




SUZANNE ELIZEBETH BAYLEY 

Falls Rd., Cockeysville, Md. 

B.S., Biology 



BARTON DOUGLASS BERRY, JR. 
950 Cypress Ave., Elkins Park 17, Pa. 
B.A., Philosophy 
Lambda Chi Alpha 4, Treasurer 3; Intramural Soft- 
ball 1; Canterbury Club 1,2, Chaplain 3,4; Student Ad- 
visor 3; Hazing Committee 2 






ROSEMARY BOYD 
1517 Washington Blvd., Williamsport, Pa. 
B.A., Psychology 
Zeta Tau Alpha 2,3, Ritual Chairman 4; Panhellenic 
Council Treasurer 3; Intramural Volleyball 2; Cheer- 
leading 2,3,4; Pegasus 1 



JOYCE ELIZABETH BERRY 

3303 Alabama, Colorado Springs, Colorado 

B.A., Math 

Chorus 3,4 





BEVERLY ANNE BIRGE 

229 S. Washing-ton St., Easton, Md. 

B.S., Physics 

Intramural Badminton 1,2,3,4, Volleyball 1; Honorary 

Badminton 2,3; Canterbury Club 4, Secretary 1; Society 

of Sciences 3,4 



JO ANSLEY BRIDGE 
706 Morris Ave., Lutherville, Md. 
B.A., Political Science 
Intramural Badminton 3,4; Honorary Varsity Bad- 
minton 3; Elm Reporter 3, Proof Reader and Reporter 
4; Canterbury Club 1,2,3,4: International Relations 
Club 4; Chorus 1,2; Washington Semester Student 3; 
People To People Representative 4; Africa Conference 
Delegate 3; Hazing Committee 2 





RIDGELY TREW BROWN, JR. 
Federalsburg, Md. 
B.A., Economics 
Lambda Chi Alpha 1, Ritualist 2, Secretary 2,3,4; Inter- 
Fraternity Council Treasurer 4; Intramural Softball 
1,2, Volleyball 1,2,3; Student Advisor 3; Dean's List 
Honorable Mention 3 



MARGOT ANITA BRUCK 
2 Sadore Lane, Yonkers, N. Y. 
B.A., Psychology 
Alpha OmicronPi 1, Secretary 2,3,4; Intramural Bas- 
ketball 1,2,4, Volleyball 1,2,3, Badminton 1; Sailing 
Club 1; Newman Club 1,2,4 



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SUSAN JUDITH BURKE 
R.D. Lincoln University, Pa. 
B.A., English 
Alpha Chi Omega 1, Best Pledge Award 2, Correspond- 
ing Secretary 3, First Vice- President 4: Intramural 
Volleyball 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4; Honorary Varsity 
Basketball 1,2,3, Honorable Mention 4, Volleyball 
Honorable Mention 4; G.I. A. A. Board 4; Pegasus Sports 
Staff 3, Seniors Co- Editor 4, Greeks Editor 4; Judiciary 
Board Rotating Member 3; Chorus 1,2; Student Advisor 
3; Hazing Committee 2 



SUSAN JANE BURT 
111 3rd Ave., Haddon Heights, N. J. 
B.A., English 
Zeta Tau Alpha 2,3,4; Panhellenic Council 3; Intra- 
mural Badminton 1, Volleyball 1,2,3,4, Basketball 
1,2,3,4; Honorary Varsity Basketball 1; Hazing Com- 
mittee 2 



TERRY LEE CALER 

3 Ann St., Hanover, Pa. 

B.A., Math 

Varsity Baseball 1,2,3, Captain 4; Intramural Football 

1,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; Witten- 

burg Club; Dean's List Honorable Mention 3 





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THOMAS MILTON CARROLL, III 

137 Queen St., Chestertown, Md. 

B.A., English 

Intramural Tennis 3 



JUDITH HARRIET CLAYTON 

Massey, Md. 

B.A., History 

Dean's List 2,3, Honorable Mention 1,2: Sigma Sigma 

Omicron 3,4 



PATRICIA ANN COLEMAN 
Country Club Estates, Chestertown, Md. 
B.A., English 
Intramural Basketball 1,2, Volleyball 1,2; Sailing Club 
1; Wesley Club 1,2,4; Inter- Faith Council 2; Student 
Education Association 4; Chorus 2; Women's House 
Council Social Committee; Student Advisor 3 




J. TERENCE CUMISKEY 

R.D. #1, Chestertown, Md. 

B.A., Political Science 





DIANE ELIZABETH DICKINSON 
423 Inman Terr., Willow Grove, Pa. 
B.A., English 
Alpha Chi Omega 1,2,4, Rush Chairman 3; Panhellenic 
Council 3, President 4; Cheerleading 1,2,3,4; Judiciary 
Board Rotating Member 2; Class Vice-President 2; 
Women's House Council 4; Washington Players 1, 
President 2,3,4; Inter- Organizations Council 3; Student 
Advisor 1,2,3; Proctor 4; Best Actress Award 1; Al- 
pha Psi Omega 4, Secretary 2, President 3; Who's 
Who in American Colleges and Universities 4 



CARLTON BARRY EVANS 
103 Franklin St., Snow Hill, Md. 
B.A., Math 
Kappa Alpha Order 2, Social Chairman 3, Treasurer 4; 
Varsity Soccer 3; Intramural Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 
2,3,4, Volleyball 2,3,4, Softball 2,3,4; Student Senate 
Representative 3, Organizations Committee Chairman 
3, Inter- Organizations Council 3, Senate President 4; 
Judiciary Board 3,4; Elm Business Manager 3, 4; Wes- 
ley Club 2,3,4; Student EducationAssociation3; Student 
Advisor 3,4; Omicron Delta Kappa 3, Vice-President 
and Treasurer 4; Who's Who in American Colleges and 
Universities 4 





KAREN LEE FISCHER 
143 W. Powers Circle, Littleton, Colorado 
B.A., English 
Zeta Tau Alpha 3,4; Intramural Volleyball 1, Basket- 
ball 1,2; Elm Staff 1; Canterbury Club 1,2,3; Student 
Education Association 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2; Hazing 
Committee 2 



JOSEPH J. GANNON. JR 

1 Baywater Dr., Darien, Conn. 

B.S., Physics 

Duplicate Bridge Club; Society of Sciences 3, Treasurer 

4: Dean's List 3, Honorable Mention 3 





JACQUES ROBERT ANDRE GAUCHER 

23 Rue Du May- Four, Marcq-En-Baroeul, 

Nord, France 

B.A., Economics 

Newman Club 2,3,4: International Relations Club 2,3, 4; 

Chorus 2,3; Dean's List Honorable Mention 2 



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ALICE LETCHWORTH GLEN 
Bonhaven, Island Heights, N. J. 
B.A., International Studies 
Intramural Badminton 1,2,3, Volleyball 1,2,3,4, Basket- 
ball 1,2,3,4; Sailing Club; Honorary Varsity Badminton 
1; G.I.A.A. Board 1, President 2,3, Vice-President 4; 
Women's House Council 1,4; International Relations 
Club 1,2; Inter- Organizations Council 3; Cultural and 
Educational Affairs Committee3, 4; Student Advisor 2,3 



CAROLYN DUNNE GRAY 
117 Water St., Chestertown, Md. 
B.A., Math 
Intramural Basketball 2; Cheerleading 1, Co- Captain 
2; Student Senate Representative 1, Vice-President 2, 
President 3; Judiciary Board 2,3; Washington Players 
2; Newman Club 1,2; Student Education Association 1; 
Women's House Council Constitution Committee 1,2; 
Freshmen Class Advisor 2; Chorus 3; Student Advisor 
2,3; Hazing Committee 3; Math Department Assistant 
3; Campus Guide 2; Proctor 3; Dean's List 2; Who's 
Who In American Colleges and Universities 3 




LAWRENCE H. HAHN, JR 
3046 Pinewood Ave., Balto., Md. 
B.A., Political Science 
Phi Sigma Kappa 1,3,4, Inductor 2; Intramural Foot- 
ball, Basketball, Volleyball, Softball; Washington Play- 
ers 1; Chorus 2, Hazing Committee 2 



FLETCHER ROY HALL 
East New Market, Md. 
B.A., Political Science 
Varsity Basketball Manager 3,4; Intramural Softball, 
Soccer, Basketball; Student Senate 3,4; Elm Staff 1,3,4, 
Editor 2; Men's Dorm Council 3,4; Proctor 3, 4; Canter- 
bury Club 3,4; Student Advisor 4; Hazing Committee 2 




NANCY FAYE HASTINGS 
921 E. Church St., Salisbury, Md. 
B.A., Math 
Elm Copy Editor 2,3, Staff 4; Wesley Club 2,3; Women's 
House Council Social Committee 4; Chorus 2; Home- 
coming Decorations Committee 4; Sigma Sigma Omi- 
cron 4; Dean's List 1,2; Honorable Mention 3 



MICHAEL KIRKPATRICK HENRY 
60 Carll Ave. S., Babylon, N. Y. 
B.A., Sociology 
Phi Sigma Kappa 1,4, Treasurer 2, President 2,3; 
Inter- Fraternity Council Secretary 2; Intramural Soft- 
ball 2, Volleyball 2,3; Judiciary Board 3; Washington 
Players 4; International Relations Club 1, Secretary 2; 
Hazing Committee 2 






SUSAN HOLLINGER 
Clear View Farm, Hanover, Pa. 
B.A., Sociology 
Zeta Tau Alpha 1,2,4, Ritual Chairman 3; Panhellenic 
Council 4; Intramural Volleyball 2, Basketball 2; 
Women's House Council 1, Secretary 2, President 3,4; 
Class Vice- President 3,4; Inter- Organizations Council 
3; Campus Life Committee 3; ThetaChiDream Girl 2; 
Homecoming Court 2,3,4; Student Advisor 3; Hazing 
Committee 2; Dean's List 2, Honorable Mention 3; 
Washington College Alumni Medal 2 



DAVID CHARLES HONIGSTOCK 

203 Rockland Rd., Pearl River, N. Y. 

B.S., Physics 

Jewish Student Fellowship 1,2,3, Vice-President 4; 

Society Of Sciences 1,2,3,4; Hazing Committee 2 





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GORDON NEWSOM JARMAN, JR 

3131 Guilford Ave., Balto., Md. 

B.S., Biology 



MALINDA JO LASATER 
6 Gla-Mar Dr., Bridgeton, N. J. 
B.A., English 
Alpha Chi Omega 1,4, Social Chairman 2, Co- Rush 
Chairman 3; Panhellenic Council 3; Intramural Basket- 
ball 2; Cheerleading 1,2,3,4; Pegasus Staff 2,3; Elm 
Staff 2; Washington Players 1,2,3, Secretary 4; Student 
Education Association 4; Chorus 2; Alpha Psi Omega 
2,3,4 





MARGARET CHRISTOPHER JONES 
301 S. Washington St., Easton, Md. 
B.A., History 
Canterbury Club 3,4; Student Education Association 
3, President 4; International Relations Club 3, 4; Chorus 
3; Women's House Council Social Committee 4; Library 
Aid 4 



ARTHUR EMMETT LEITCH, JR 

Upper Marlboro, Md. 

B.A., Philosophy 

Theta Chi 3, Vice- President and President 4 





STEPHEN BARRY LEVINE 
42 Burton Ave., Bethpage, N. Y. 
B.S., Chemistry 
Phi Sigma Kappa Social Member 4; Varsity Tennis 
2,3,4; Intramural Football 1,2,3,4, Soccer 1,2,3,4, 
Basketball 1,4; Badminton2; Softball 1,3,4, Tennis 3,4, 
Volleyball 2; Student Senate Representative 1,2,4, Vice- 
President 3; Judiciary Board 3,4; Class President 4; 
Jewish Student Fellowship 1,2,3,4; Society of Sciences 
1,3, Vice-President 4; International Relations Club 2; 
Student Advisor 2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; Dean's List 
Honorable Mention 1,3; Baurice Fox Medal 2; Who's 
Who in American Colleges and Universities 4; Omi- 
cron Delta Kappa 4 



ANNE ELIZABETH LOVELL 
Jefferson, Md. 
B.A., English 
Intramural Volleyball, Basketball; Elm Typist 3, Typist 
and Proof- Reading Director 4; Wittenburg Club Treas- 
urer 2, Secretary 3; Chorus 2,3,4; Chamber Group 2; 
Student Education Association Secretary 4 



VIRGINIA LEE LUSSIER 
100 Collins Ave., Sayville, N. Y. 
B.A., Political Science 
Intramural Volleyball 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2,4, Bad- 
minton 1,2,4, Archery 2, Point Award 1; S.G.A. Social 
Committee 4; Pegasus Staff 1,2; Washington Players 
2,3,4; Canterbury Club 1, Vice- President 2,3, Presi- 
dent 4; Inter- Faith Council 2; Student Education Associ- 
ation 1,4, Secretary 2,3; International Relations Club 
2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Student Advisor 3, 4; Hazing 
Committee 2; Women's House Council Social Chairman 
4; Student Life Committee 3 ; Inter- Organizations Coun- 
cil 3; Dean's List Honorable Mention 2,3 







RICHARD BRUCE McCOMMONS 
Magnolia, Md. 
B.A., Psychology 
Intramural Soccer 3,4, Softball 3,4, Volleyball 4, Foot- 
ball 4; Elm Staff 1,3,4; Chorus 1 



HOLT L. MA.RCHANT, JR 
Rugby Hall, Arnold, Md. 
B.A., Math 
Intramural Football 1,2; Student Senate Representative 
1,2,3; Elm Advertising Manager 2; Canterbury Club 
1,2,3,4; Middle States Evaluation Committee 2,3: 
Dean's List 3 



WALTER ARTHUR MARSCHNER 

Highland Dr., Richboro, Pa. 

B.A., Psychology 

Varsity Cross Country 2; Elm Staff 2, Assistant Editor 

3,4; Debate Club 3; Wittenburg Club 2,3,4; Senate 

Constitution Committee 3 




FRANCES DEE MARSHALL 

Trappe, Md. 

B.A., Math 

Student Education Association 4 





NANCY ELLEN MATTHEWS 
Princess Anne, Md. 
B.A., English 
Alpha Chi Omega 1,2, Recording Secretary 3, Second 
Vice- President 4; Intramural Volleyball, Basketball, 
Badminton; Honorary Varsity Volleyball 2,3,4, Basket- 
ball 1,2,3,4; G.I.A.A. Board 3, President 4; Pegasus 
Girls' Sports Editor 3; Elm Staff 2; Washington Players 
2,3,4; Women's House Council 2; Most Valuable Player 
Award 4 



JULIANN HELENE MELLI 
17 N. Ormond Ave., Havertown, Pa. 
B.A., English 
Zeta Tau Alpha 1,2, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4; 
Intramural Volleyball 1,2, Basketball 1,2; Cheerleading 
1,2,3,4; Student Senate Representative 4, Social Chair- 
man 4; Elm Staff 1; Student Education Association 3, 4; 
Student Advisor 2,3; Hazing Committee 2; Newman 
Club 1,2,3,4; Best Pledge Award 1; Dean's List Honor- 
able Mention 1 





JUDITH LEAH MILLER 
306 Bar Harbor Rd., Pasadena, Md. 
B.A., English 
Alpha Chi Omega 1,4, Corresponding Secretary 2, 
Warden 3; Intramural Volleyball 2; Class Social Chair- 
man 2; Secretary 3,4; Homecoming Court 1,3,4; Stu- 
dent Education Association 4; International Relations 
Club 3,4 



JAMES MORRIS MULLEN 
7001 York Rd., Balto. 12, Md. 
B.A., Economics 
Lambda Chi Alpha Pledge 3; Intramural Football 1, 
Soccer 1,2,4; Student Senate Representative 3; Elm 
Staff 4, Layout Editor 2,3; Class Treasurer 2; Wesley 
Club 1; Student Advisor 3,4; Hazing Committee 2; 
Dean's List 3 





MARY KATHERINE O'MELVENY 
R.D. #2, Emmitsburg, Md. 
B.A., Political Science 
Alpha Omicron Pi 1,4, Historian 2, President 3; Pan- 
hellenic Council 3; Intramural Volleyball 1,2,3, Bad- 
minton 1,2,3,4; Elm Staff 1; Mt. Vernon Literary Society 
4; International Relations Club 3; Chorus 1,2; Dean's 
List 3, Honorable Mention 2 





BONNIE MARIE ORRISON 
3709 Edmondson Ave., Balto. 29, Md. 
B.S., Chemistry 
Intramural Basketball 2,4, Volleyball 2,3; Wesley Foun- 
dation Publicity Chairman 2, Secretary 3,4; Inter- 
national Relations Club 3; Society of Sciences 3,4; 
Bridge Club 4; Student Advisor 3; Dean's List 2, Honor- 
able Mention 2,3; Zeta Tau Alpha Foundation Award 4; 
Burchinal Scholarship 3,4; Junior- Senior Grant 4 



THOMAS STERLING OSMANSKI 
8208 Bullneck Rd., Balto. 22, Md. 
B.S., Physics 
Phi Sigma Kappa 2, Inductor 3,4; Varsity Soccer 3,4; 
Varsity Club 4; Intramural Softball 1,2,3,4, Volleyball 
1,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Soccer 1,2; Student Senate 
Public Relations Chairman 3; Washington Players 1,4; 
Chorus 1,2; Society of Sciences 3; Hazing Committee 2 




EVA ELAINE PENKETHMAN 
1303 New York Ave., N. Wildwood, N. J. 
B.A., English 
Alpha Chi Omega 1,4, Treasurer 2, Scholarship Chair- 
man 3; Intramural Volleyball 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2, 
3,4; Honorary Varsity Basketball 2; Pegasus Staff 1,3; 
Elm Staff 1, Associate Editor 2; Washington Players 
2,3,4; Women's House Council 2, Vice-President 3; 
Canterbury Club Vice-President 1; Student Education 
Association 1,2,3; Chorus 2; Fine Arts Building Com- 
mittee; Cinema Arts Club; Dean's List 3,4, Honorable 
Mention 1,2; Sigma Sigma Omicron 4 



CYNTHIA BROCKWAY PATIN 
R.D. #2, Phoenixville, Pa. 
B.A., English 
Zeta Tau Alpha 1,2, Rush Chairman 3, President 4; 
Panhellenic Council 2,3,4; Intramural Badminton 2,3, 
Volleyball 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4; Cheerleading 
1,2,3,4; Women's House Council 1,2; Hazing Com- 
mittee 2 




MICHAEL LEWIS PERNA 
10204 Pierce Dr., Silver Spring, Md. 
B.A., History 
Phi Sigma Kappa Pledge 1,2; Intramural Football 2, 
Soccer 1,2,3,4, Volleyball 3; Mt. Vernon Literary 
Society 1; Washington Players 2,3; Wesley Foundation 
1, Treasurer and Delegate to Youth Conference 2; 
International Relations Club 1, Vice-President 2,3; S. 
G.A. Homecoming Committee 2, Delegate to Disarma- 
ment Conference Swarthmore College 3; William James 
Forum 4; Chorus 2 



ROBERTA PETERS 
312 Stafford Dr., Catonsville 28, Md. 
B.A., Sociology 
Alpha Chi Omega 1,2, Social Chairman 3, Rush Chair- 
man 4; Intramural Volleyball 1, Basketball 1,2,3,4; 
Honorary Varsity Honorable Mention Basketball 2; 
G.I.A.A. Board 3,4; Pegasus Features Editor 3 






ROBERT LARRY RECK 
15 N. Church St., Westminster, Md. 
B.A., Math 
Kappa Alpha Order 3,4; Varsity Soccer 3,4; Baseball 
2,3,4; Intramural Soccer 1,2, Softball 1, Basketball 
2,3,4, Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; All South 
Soccer 3; Baseball Most Valuable Player 3,4; Second 
Team Mason Dixon 2,3; Second Team Middle Atlantic 
Southern Division Baseball 3 



HOPE DIANE PHILLIPS 
Sheppard Lane RD. #2, EUicott City, Md. 
B.A., English 
Judiciary Board 4; Student Education Association 4; 
Chorus 1,2,3; Recorder Ensemble; Homecoming Decor- 
ations Committee; Women's House Council Social 
Committee 





MARGARET JEAN ROSS 
504 Walnut St., Pocomoke, Md. 
B.S., Biology 
Alpha Chi Omega 1,2,3,4; Cheerleading 1,2; Judiciary 
Board 4; Panhellenic Council Treasurer 2; Secretary 
3; International Relations Club 2; Student Advisor 2,3; 
Dean's List 



ANN RUHNKA 

Quaker Neck, Chestertown, Md. 

B.A., English 

Intramural Basketball; Honorary Varsity Basketball 

4; Mt. Vernon Literary Society 4 





ELBE ANN RUEDI 
5214 Augusta St., Wash. 16, D. C. 
B.A., Political Science 
Alpha Chi Omega 1,2, Scholarship Chairman 3, Presi- 
dent 4; Panhellenic Council 3, Vice-President 4; Intra- 
mural Badminton 2, Archery 2, Volleyball 1,2; Student 
Senate Secretary 3,4; Judiciary Board 3,4; Pegasus 
Art Editor 3; Mt. Vernon Literary Society 4; Washing- 
ton Players 1,2,3,4; Class Secretary 2; International 
Relations Club 1,4, Secretary 2,3; Halloween Court 1; 
Homecoming Court 2,4, Queen 3; Chairman Home- 
coming Decorations Committee 2,3; Campus Life Com- 
mittee 3; Student Advisor 4; Dean's List 2,3; Sigma 
SigmaOmicron3,4; Alpha Psi Omega 2,3,4; Who's Who 
in American Colleges and Universities 4 



KENNETH EMIL SCHECK 
69 Riverview Rd., Jersey City, N. J. 
B.A, History 
Kappa Alpha Order 2,3, Corresponding Secretary 4; 
Varsity Baseball 1,2; Intramural Basketball 1,2,3,4, 
Soccer 1,2,3,4, Softball 3,4; Judiciary Board 3,4; Stu- 
dent Advisor 3; Hazing Committee 2 





FREDERICK WILLIAM SIELING 

Snow Hill, Md. 

B.A., Economics 

Elm Circulation Manager 3; Canterbury Club 1; Dean's 

List Honorable Mention 4 



EARLENE FRANCES SULIN 
4813 Pennington Ave., Balto. 26, Md. 
B.S., Biology 
Intramural Volleyball 1,4; Women's House Council 2,3; 
Washington Players 1; Newman Club 4; Society of 
Sciences 3,4; Cinema Arts Club 3; Student Education 
Association 4; Student Advisor 2,3; Proctor 2,3 



MA.RY LOUISE SUTER 
Odenton, Md. 
B.A., English 
Intramural Volleyball 1,2,4, Basketball 1,4; Badminton 
4, Archery 2; Elm Staff 1,4, Managing Editor 2; 
Women's House Council 2,3; Newman Club 1,2; Inter- 
national Relations Club 1; Student Education Association 
4; Student Advisor 3; Hazing Committee 2 







PATRICK AVILA THOMAS 
5011 Garfield St., Wash., D.C. 
B.A., History 
Intramural Soccer 4; Mt. Vernon Literary Society 1, 
2,3,4; International Relations Club 1,2, President 3, 
Vice-President 4; Cinema Arts Club 3,4; Somerset 
Dormitory Council Chairman 4 



LESLIE PRINCE USILTON 

Water St., Chestertown, Md. 

B.A., English 



DENNIS E. VAUGHT, JR. 
Chesapeake Rd., Aberdeen, Md. 
B. 3., Physics 
Varsity Track 1,2,3, Cross- Country 2; Society 
Sciences 4; Dean's List Honorable Mention 1,4 



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TOMMY R. WESSELLS 
602 Walnut St., Pocomoke City, Md. 
B.A., Psychology 
Kappa Alpha Order 2,3,4; Varsity Baseball 1; Intra- 
mural Basketball 3,4; Softball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 3; Wes- 
ley Club 1,2; Student Advisor 3 





GRAYDON ARTHUR WETZLER 
173 80th St., Stone Harbor, N. J. 
B.A., Math 
Kappa Alpha Order 3,4; Varsity Track 3,4, Basketball 
1,2,3,4; Intramural Football 1, Softball 3,4; Varsity 
Club Vice- President 3, President 4; Basketball Most 
Valuable Player 4; Dean's List 3 



LYNNDA LEE WHITLOCK 

R.D. #1, Jefferson, Md. 

B.A., English 

Intramural Volleyball 2; Pegasus Staff 4; Class Social 

Chairman 3; Student Education Association Treasurer 

4; Student Advisor 2 




Senior Informals . . . 




Class Officers 



L. to R.: Judy Miller, Secretary; Steve Levine, President; Sue Hollinger 
Vice-President; Andrea Arnaud, Treasurer. 




After four years, seniors are adept at finding 
ways to avoid tests. 





M. C. Tom Osmanski offers another great bargain 
at the annual senior auction. 



Seniors and Alumni enjoy country-club living on Graduation Eve. 



. . . 1963 



The 






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GRADUATION 



The Commencement Address 



and the conferring of Degrees . 




Dr. Loren C. Eiseley, of the University of Pennsylvania 
delivers the Commencement Address. 




Two 

New 
Bachelors 




Dee Marshall, A.B. 



Ear line Sulin, B.S. 



The conferring of 
Honorary Degrees . . . 




To John H. Hessey, 
the degree of Doctor 
of Laws . . . 




To Loren C. Eiseley, the degree of Doctor 
of Humane Letters . . . 



and to Arthur Hobson Dean, the 
degree of Doctor of Humanities. 




CLARK- PORTER MEDAL: 
Lisa Ruedi 



. . . And, with the 
presentation of 
Awards . . . 




GEORGE WASHINGTON MEDAL AND AWARD, SADLER 
AWARD, and a GOLD PENTAGON AWARD: Bud Andrew 



HILDENBRAND MEMORIAL 
MEDAL: Elaine Penkethman 






ZETA TAU ALPHA AWARD: 
Judy Clayton 



WILLIAM HOWELL AWARD: 
Sue Hollinger 



HENRY G. SIMPERS ATHLETIC 

AWARD: 

Robert Reck 






SENIOR WOMEN'S ATHLETIC 

AWARD: 

Nancy Matthews 



SOCIETY OF SCIENCES 

MEDAL: 

Bonnie Orrison 



SOCIETY OF SCIENCES 

CERTIFICATE OF MERIT: 

Roy Ans 




. . . The Class of 
June 1963 
Becomes . . . 

HISTORY. 



ALUMNI CITATION: 
Robert K. Crane, '42 



ADVERTISERS 




The Staff of the 1963 
Pegasus gratefully acknowl- 
edges the advertisers — 
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Without their help, this 
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Dr. and Mrs. Leon Eisenbud 


Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Mattiace 


Mr. and Mrs. Jack Erlach 


Mr. Frank Mattiace 


'i Mrs. Esther R. Evans 


Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Maxwell 


■! Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Everett 


Mr. and Mrs. J. Melli and Julie 


Mr. Madison Felt and Cammy 


Mr. and Mrs. Morris Miller 


Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Fisher 


Dr. and Mrs. Isaac Miller 


Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Flynn 


Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Milley 


Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gannon 


Miss Joan Milley 


Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Gaumnitz 


Mrs. Alberta Morgan 


"' Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Gavin 


Mr. Crossett Morgan 


Mr. Richard D. George, Sr. 


Mr. and Mrs. George M. Mullen 




Mrs. Ruth M. Mullin 



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Mr. and Mrs. John D. Mumford 

Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Natwick 

Dr. and Mrs. R. S. Oakey 

Miss Sarah Oakey 

Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Oakley 

Mr. and Mrs. James O'Kane 

Mr. and Mrs. David Oliver 

Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Orrison 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pappas 

Miss Mary Ethel Pappas 

Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Parker 

Mr. J. I. Patin 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Patterson 

Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Paugh 

Miss Peggy Paugh 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Paxson 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Penkethman 

Mr. Harold R. Phillips 

Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Pleasants 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Poole 

Mr. Harry L. Reck 

Mr. Benjamin Regelman 

Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Reid 

Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Reynolds 

Mr. Clarence H. Rice 

Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Riecks 

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Rinaldi 

Mr. Hugh J. Ripper 

Mr. E. R. Rittmeyer 

Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Roff 

Mr. and Mrs. John Romanik 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rosenzweig 

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ruedi 

Mr. Fred M. Sanborn 

Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Scheck 

Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Schemm 

Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Schrader 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Schuck 

Mr. Julius Schwartz 

Mr. and Mrs. James T. Scott 

Mr. Carroll H. Seeley, Jr. 

Mr. Norman M. Shannahan, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Shipway, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Short 

Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Sieling 

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Smith and Kim 

Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Spector 

Mr. and Mrs. Simon Stein 

Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Stevens 

Gen. and Mrs. J. D. Stevens 

Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Stewart 

Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Strawbridge 

Mr. W. F. Striedick 

Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Strong 

Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Sykes 

Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Trone 

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. vanGulden 

Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Vultee 

Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Weiss 

Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Wetzler 

Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Wildman 

Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Wilmer 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wolfe 

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Yoeckel 



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DORIS L. ABEL 
4452 Scotia Road 
Baltimore, Maryland 

IRVIN D. ABELMAN 
17406 Philomene St. 
Allen Park, Michigan 

BONNIE R. ABRAMS 

Box 150, Benson-East Apt. 

Jenkintown, Pa. 

SUSAN K. ACHORN 
406 Lakewood Drive 
Milford, Delaware 

MERLE E. ADKINS 
LaPlata, Maryland 

MARGARET E. AGENS 
34 Afterglow Ave. 
Montclair, New Jersey 

KENNETH ALEXANDER 
41-22 171st St. 
Flushing, New York 

EILEEN C. ALTOBELL 
99-07 204th St. 
Hollis, New York 

CHARLES AMOS 

Box 81 

Bel Air, Maryland 

JULIE S. ANDREWS 
26 Grove St. 
Madison, New Jersey 

DAVID L. AUTEN 
95 Norman Circle 
Stratford, Conn. 

RONALD AUTENRIETH 

141 Bowden Road 

Cedar Grove, New Jersey 

SYLVIA AYERS 
90 Wellington Drive 
Stamford, Connecticut 

HARRY G. BAKER 
300 Deanhurst Ave. 
Camp Hill, Pa. 

JEREMIAH G. BAKER 
1341 Hill Street 
Suffield, Connecticut 

PAMELA F. BAKER 
316 Worthington Road 
Towson, Maryland 

RODNEY C. BARKHURST 
112 E. Water Street 
Oakland, Maryland 

NORMAN F. BAUER 
RFD # 1, Box 58 
Edgewood, Maryland 

FREDERICK W. BAUMAN 
727 Summerlea Street 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

JENNIFER BAXTER 
13 Laughlin Lane 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



JOYCE C. BEACHUM 
710 Thornwood Court 
Towson, Maryland 

SARA H. BEAUDRY 

Old Well Road 

White Plains, New York 

MARK J. BECCIA 
East Ridge Drive 
Middlebury, Connecticut 

STEVE H. BEISPIEL 
1 Tennis Court 
Brooklyn, New York 

ELLEN H. BENSON 
4819 Davidson Road 
McLean, Virginia 

PATRICIA A. BITTINGER 
124 N. Stephen Place 
Hanover, Pa. 

JEFFREY S. BLITZ 
9 N. Granville Ave. 
Margate, New Jersey 

LUCINDA J. BLIVEN 
7 Canterbury Drive 
Ramsey, New Jersey 

LAWRENCE H. BLUMENFELD 
3601 Phillips Drive 
Pikesville, Maryland 

JOHN B. BODDIE 
4325 Leland Street 
Chevy Chase, Maryland 

SUSANNE C. BOLTEN 
92 Hanford Drive 
Fairfield, Connecticut 

ELLIOTT M. BORDEN 
74 Holster Road 
Clifton, New Jersey 

MYRTIE M. BOZMAN 

Route # 3 

Princess Anne, Maryland 

KAREN L. BRAGG 
3411 Dunhaven Road 
Dundalk, Maryland 

RONALD D. BRANNOCK 
Virginia Avenue 
Cambridge, Maryland 

JACQUELYN L. BREGEL 
533 Wilton Road 
Ellicott City, Maryland 

ALFRED J. BRIDGES 
1114 Yardley Road 
Cherry Hill, New Jersey 

PRISCILLA B. BROWN 
1228 Arwyn Lane 
Gladwyne, Pennsylvania 

HELEN A. BULLOCK 
126 Pennsylvania Avenue 
Avondale, Pennsylvania 

FREDERICA A. BUNTING 

RFD Box 1084 

Upper Marlboro, Maryland 



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RODERIC W. BURNHAM 
524 Highland Ave. 
Upper Montclair, N. J. 

SYLVIA F. BUSHONG 
139 E. Biddle Street 
West Chester, Pa. 

BARBARA A. BUTZ 
210 W. Seminary Ave. 
Lutherville, Md. 

CAROLE R. BYER 
3018 Liberty Parkway 
Baltimore 22, Maryland 

SHARON E. CARNEY 
941 Elmridge Avenue 
Baltimore, Md. 

JOSEPH N. CARUSO 
1418 Lower Road 
Elizabeth, New Jersey 

WILLIAM F. CASS 
210 S. Church Street 
Quarryville, Pa. 

GEORGE C. CHARUHAS 
707 Sylvan Avenue 
Cumberland, Maryland 

ROBERT Y. CLAGETT 
Upper Marlboro, Maryland 

JANE A. CLAPPER 
Box 360, RFD # 3 
Joppa, Maryland 

BETTY L. CLOUGH 
238 Hunter Avenue 
N. Tarrytown, N. Y. 

WILLIAM R. COFFEL 
20-30 Seagirt Avenue 
Far Rockaway 90, N. Y. 

KENNETH S. COHEN 
1472 Cleveland Ave. 
East Meadow, New Jersey 

NORMAN H. COHEN 
3022 W. Garrison Ave. 
Baltimore, Maryland 

JOHN L. COKER 
Route 2, Box 47 
Edgewater, Maryland 

ANITA L. COLE 
29 Chestnut Avenue 
Patchogue, New York 

BARBARA S. COLES 
517 Walnut Lane 
Swarthmore, Pa. 

WILLIAM T. COLLINS 
3542 Lynne Haven Drive 
Baltimore 7, Maryland 

JOHN A. CONKLING 
6011 Sycamore Road 
Baltimore, Maryland 

GLENWOOD D. CONNER 
Prince Frederick, Md. 

RUSSELL H. COOK 
708 Wayside Avenue 
Easton, Maryland 



ELWYN E. COOPER 
214 S. Washington Street 
Snow Hill, Maryland 

BARBARA E. COX 
605 St. Francis Road 
Baltimore, Maryland 

CHARLES HURLEY COX 
3007 Shannon Drive 
Baltimore, Maryland 

CAROLYN S. CRIDLER 
5910 Fenwick Avenue 
Baltimore, Maryland 

JOHN L. CURLEY 
Leonardtown, Maryland 

JOHN B. DALY 
Quantico Rd., Rt. 5 
Salisbury, Maryland 

VIRGINIA L. DAUGHERTY 
1012 Leeds Avenue 
Baltimore, Maryland 

MARY ANNE DAVIDSON 
209 Newburgh Ave. 
Catonsville, Maryland 

CHARLES P. DAVIS 
19 Boone Trail 
Severna Park, Md. 

LUCRETIA K. DAVISON 
114 Post Road 
Aberdeen, Maryland 

HAROLD K. DELL IH 
1006 W. Lake Avenue 
Baltimore, Maryland 

JAMES S. DELPRIORE 
9517 Hammett Parkway 
Norfolk, Virginia 

NANCY S. DEMPSTER 
7714 Greenview Terrace 
Towson, Maryland 

BARBARA M. DERBY 
59 Highland Street 
Salem, Massachusetts 

NICHOLAS DISTEFANO 
128 S. Main Street 
Glassboro, N. J. 

RICHARD H. DIANICH 
Rt. 1 
Newark, Del. 

DIANA DIBBLE 
19 Lynwood Road 
Scarsdale, New York 

JEFFREY P. DIBELIUS 
199 Meadowbrook Road 
Garden City, New York 

ALEXANDER COLCLOUGH DICK 
Chestertown, Maryland 

LIZETTE R. DIETRICH 
949 N. Hill Road 
Baltimore, Maryland 

SALLY M. DOBBS 
716 Hunting Place 
Baltimore, Maryland 



SUE A. DONALDSON 
Waterloo Road 
Ellicott City, Maryland 

FORREST R. DOUPNIK 
209 W. Federal St. 
Snow Hill, Md. 

JOHN M. DOVE 
Wild Rose Shores 
Annapolis, Maryland 

PATRICIA M. DOWD 
55 Plymouth Road 
Plandome, N. Y. 

DAVID M. DRESSEL 
9529 Kirby Road 
Behtesda, Maryland 

FRANK H. DURKEE III 
22 Charlcote Place 
Baltimore, Maryland 

ELLEN S. EHALT 
43 Nassau Boulevard 
Garden City, New York 

NANCY V. EICHERT 
2847 Lincoln Street 
Hollywood, Florida 

ALLAN D. EISEL 
41 W. Main Street 
Frostburg, Maryland 

ROBERT E. EISENBUD 
3 Lawson Lane 
Great Neck, New York 

ROBERT S. ENGLESBERG 
123 Knollwood Road 
Rockville Centre, N. Y. 

CHERYL E. ERLACH 
147 Circle Avenue 
Indian Head, Maryland 

DEBORAH H. EVANS 
STARKE M. EVANS 
1700 Mary mount Road 
Silver Spring, Md. 

RICHARD H. EVANS 
3010 Second Ave. 
Baltimore 34, Md. 

FRANKLIN H. EVERETT 
Church Hill, Maryland 

ROBERT C. EVERETT 
Millington, Maryland 

CAROLE A. FAHERTY 
45 Buttonwood Street 
Lambertville, N. J. 

CAMMY J. FELT 
11 Cove Road 
Huntington, New York 

THOMAS J. FINNEGAN 
62 Midland Avenue 
Glen Ridge, New Jersey 

GAIL E. FISHER 
208 Hazelcroft Ave. 
New Castle, Pa. 

JOHN E. FLYNN 
Upper Marlboro, Md. 



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ALTA ANN FOCHT 
Upper Ferry Estates 
Salisbury, Maryland 

HOWARD B. FOSLER 
6702 Canongate Road 
Baltimore, Maryland 

JAMES C. FRANCIS 
7411 Foster Street 
District Heights, Maryland 

EUGENE M. FUSTING 
4328 N. Charles Street 
Baltimore, Maryland 

W. GLEN GAUMNITZ 
5720 Oregan Avenue, NW 
Washington, D. C. 

VICTOR C. GAVIN 
2219 Kentucky Ave. 
Baltimore, Maryland 

MARY E. GAWRONSKI 
66 Sumner Place 
Buffalo, New York 

MICHAEL W. GEORGE 
114 Glider Drive 
Baltimore, Maryland 

RICHARD D. GEORGE 
55 Summit Ave. 
Tappan, New York 

JUDITH E. GETTMAN 
7102 Wardman Road 
Baltimore, Maryland 

MARY L. GIBSON 
Chestertown, Maryland 

PATRICIA GODBOLT 
905 Craten Road 
Norfolk, Virginia 

CAROL F. GOETZKE 
2237 E. Jefferson St. 
Baltimore, Maryland 

GOMA GOODMAN 
2605 Steele Road 
Baltimore, Maryland 

STEPHEN A. GOOTBLATT 
3280 Rochambeau Ave. 
New York, New York 

JUDITH C. GREEN 

10 Illinois Avenue 
Bronxville, New York 

BARBARA M. GUMAN 
343 Hollister St. 
Stratford, Conn. 

WILLIAM S. GUTMAN 
44 Waterford Lane 
Stamford, Conn. 

RUTH E. HAINES 
127 Holmes Avenue 
Darien, Conn. 

VAUGHAN A. HARDESTY 
636 Houston Avenue 
Takoma Park, Md. 

STEPHEN G. HARPER 

11 Bemis Road 
Wellesley, Mass. 



DONNA E. HARRIES 
28 Mansion Drive 
Topsfield, Mass. 

EDGAR D. HARRINGTON 
504 Cedar Ave. 
Allenhurst, N. J. 

HAYDON M. HARRISON 
611 Donahue Court 
Falls Church, Virginia 

RUSSELL P. HASTINGS 
262 Tyler Avenue 
Salisbury, Maryland 

JUDITH D. HEATH 
725 Harding Avenue 
Williamsport, Pa. 

SALLY A. HENDERSON 
Quechee, Vermont 

WILLIAM M. HESSON 
84 Chatham Road 
Ellicott City, Md. 

HENRIETTA HIMMER 
1329 W. 42nd St. 
Baltimore, Md. 

GUY W. HINEBAUGH 
Oakland, Maryland 

JESSE J. HINSON 
3105 Abel Avenue 
Baltimore, Maryland 

EVIN HIRSCH 

6402 E. Halbert Road 

Bethesda, Maryland 

OSWALD W. HODGES 
6 Honeysuckle Lane 
Baltimore, Maryland 

ELAINE C. HOLDEN 
4140 Joshua Road 
Lafayette Hill, Pa. 

LINDA C. HOLLAND 
1510 Woodland Road 
Salisbury, Maryland 

GAIL B. HOLLANDER 
602 Main Street 
Port Jefferson, N. Y. 

LESLIE J. HOLT 
3 Driftway Street 
Roseland, New Jersey 

CAROL A. HORNICK 
50 Lookout Road 
Mt. Lakes, N. J. 

PAMELA R. HORSMON 
St. Leonard, Md. 

DANIEL P. HORWATH 
Sudlersville, Maryland 

PAUL E. HUBIS 
Elkton, Maryland 

JANE LEE HUEY 
2 State Street 
Avondale, Pa. 

DAVID HUME HI 
Bryantown, Maryland 



LINDA HUNDEVADT 
4907 Flint Drive 
Washington, D. C. 

JOANNES G. C. HUNNINGHER 
450 Riverside Drive 
New York, New York 

FRANKLIN W. HYNSON 
3312 Porter Street, NW 
Washington, D. C. 

NEAL G. JABLON 
253 Pepperidge Road 
Hewlett, New York 

ROBERT C. JACOBS 
Chestertown, Maryland 

ROBERT BRUCE JAEGER 
4119 Taylor Avenue 
Baltimore, Maryland 

GERALD P. JENKINS 
6 Right Rudder Court 
Baltimore, Maryland 

MARSHA A. JEWELL 
109 High Street 
Manchester, Conn. 

DAVID P. JOHNSON 
609 Susses Road 
Wynewood, Pa. 

ROBERT M. JOHNSON 
8541 Surratts Road 
Clinton, Maryland 

J E ANNETTE JOHNSTONE 
639 Doris Place 
Ridgewood, New Jersey 

FRAZER F. JONES 
196 W. Main Street 
Newark, Delaware 

PAMELA A. KAMINSKY 
232 Overlook Boulevard 
Struthers, Ohio 

ROBERT C. KAPER 
836 S. Main Street 
Bel Air, Maryland 

PETER J. KARES 
104-60 Queen's Blvd. 
New York, New York 

ELLIOTT KATZ 

3702 Forest Park Avenue 

Baltimore, Maryland 

BARBARA J. KEEHAN 
73 Officer's Court 
Lexington Park, Maryland 

WAYNE L. KEENEY 
Box 82, Route 6 
Frederick, Maryland 

GAY PAGE KELLY 
211 Queen Street 

Chestertown, Maryland 

HARVEY M. KERIEVSKY 
2610 Locust Avenue 
N. Bellmore, New York 

R. BRUCE KING 
317 Bay view Avenue 
Ocean Gate, New Jersey 



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LINDA J. KOSEK 
5533 N. American St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

ANDREW S. LADENHEIM 
1565 Stevenson Road 
Hewlett, New York 

FREDERICK J. LANCELY 
830 Wheeler Road 
Hauppauge, New York 

CAROL L. LAWSON 
330 Grace Street 
Crisfield, Maryland 

PHILLIP GREGORY LEBEL 
223 Monticello Avenue 
Salisbury, Maryland 

SUSAN J. LEBLANG 
73-20 Austin Street 
Forest Hills, New York 

DAVID E. LENNON 
309 99th Street 
Stone Harbor, N. J. 

ANN N. MCCAULEY 
1401 Crestridge Drive 
Silver Spring, Md. 

NITA A. MCCLAIN 
Poolesville, Maryland 

JAMES KEVIN MCFADDEN 
804 "E." Street 
Sparrows Point, Md. 

CAROLE MCINTIRE 
Arnold, Maryland 

GERALD MCKELVEY 
41 E. Main Street 
Waynesboro, Pa. 

TIMOTHY MCMAHON 
404 S. Chapelgate Lane 
Baltimore, Maryland 

PETER M. MAGEE 
HEATHER THOMAS MAGEE 
1113 New Brunswick Ave. 
Manasquan, New Jersey 

SARA L. MAHONEY 
Rising Sun, Maryland 

GERALDINE L. MAIATICO 
711 Almond Street 
Vineland, N. J. 

HELEN B. MALONE 
142 N. Harlem Ave. 
Freeport, Illinois 

PAUL G. MANGER 
331 Wessling Circle 
Catonsville, Maryland 

LARRY D. MANOGUE 
Seaford, Delaware 

DAVID A. MARRUS 
226 W. Tremont Ave. 
New York, New York 

MARY E. MARTINDALE 
403 N. Second St. 
Harrisburg, Pa. 



BARBARA C. MAXWELL 
138 Seeley Street 
Scotia, New York 

PAMELA A. MEDFORD 
308 Morris Avenue 
Federalsburg, Md. 

CHARLES W. MEDING 
8842 Satry Hill Rd. 
Baltimore, Md. 

PETER G. MENNEN 
60 Tillotson Road 
Fanwood, New Jersey 

HARRIET J. MERROW 
21 Baywater Drive 
Darien, Conn. 
LINDA G. MIDDLESTADT 
Box 440, Route 16 
Baltimore, Maryland 

JOHN DONALD MILLER 
5706 Broad Branch Road, NW 
Washington, D. C. 

SUZANNE E. MITNK 
281 Knowlton Street 
Stratford, Connecticut 

EMMETT E. MOLLOY 

6331 Landover Road, Apt. 301 

Hyattsville, Maryland 

JANICE L. MOLNAR 
58 Pine Street 
Ramsey, New Jersey 

ALICE I. MORENO 
32-09 214 Place 
New York, N. Y. 
DAVID E. MORGAN 
302 Park Avenue 
Alexandria, Virginia 

PAMELA W. MORGAN 
5000 Division Street 
Baltimore, Maryland 

WILLIAM H. MORGAN 
45 Leewood Road 
Wellesley, Mass. 

PHOEBE A. MOTE 
4714 Franklin Street 
Bethesda, Maryland 

PAUL S. MULLIN 
1107 Webster Drive 
Wilmington, Delaware 

ELIZABETH MUMFORD 
Berlin, Maryland 

SARAH MUMFORD 
Vienna, Maryland 

SANDRA P. MURRAY 
Seaford, Delaware 

NANCY L. MYERLY 
Leakin Park 
Baltimore, Md. 

RICHARD A. NATWICK 
ROBERT L. NATWICK 
Route 3, Box 247 
Joppa, Maryland 



ANDREW NILSSON 
Melsose Avenue 
Granite, Maryland 

PATRICIA A. NOVAK 
2912 Dupont Ave. 
Baltimore, Maryland 

SARAH E. OAKEY 
Woodward Road 
Moylan, Pa. 

KATHLEEN L. OAKLEY 
Ouantico Road 
Salisbury, Maryland 

ROBERT B. O'BRIEN 
711 Langley Place 
Silver Spring, Md. 

KENNETH OEHLKERS 
18 Fairview Avenue 
Seacaucus, N. J. 

JAMES B. O'KANE 
1107 Montgomery St. 
Laurel, Maryland 

CHARLOTTE DIANE OLIVER 
118 Barclay Avenue 
Cherry Hill. N. J. 

MARY ETHEL PAPPAS 
29 13 Cub Hill Road 
Baltimore, Md. 

THEODORE F. PARKER 
46 Glen Road 
Wellesley Hills, Mass. 

MITCHELL PARMET 
557 Gen. Patterson Dr. 
Glenside, Pa. 

S. DALE PATTERSON 
1663 W. North Avenue 
Baltimore, Maryland 

MARGARET E. PAUGH 
3112 Quarry Lane 
Lafayette Hill, Pa. 

CHARLES K. PAXSON 
405 N. Elberon Ave. 
Atlantic City, N. J. 

SARA N. PEARCE 
Corbett Road 
Monkton, Maryland 

DONALD R. PHILLIPS 
25 Link Lane 
Hicksville, New York 

LYNN L. PHILLIPS 
342 S. East Avenue 
Baltimore, Maryland 

PAUL F. PHILLIPS 
111 N. Baltimore Ave. 
Ocean City, Maryland 

LOUIS ANTHONY PICKETT 
227 Strawtown Road 
West Nyack, New York 

MARY ELLEN PICOZZI 
329 High Point Road 
Ellicott City, Md. 

MARGARET H. PLEASANTS 
Wynnewood, Pa. 



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TED POLMAR 

183 131st Street 

Belle Harbor, New York 

HARRY R. POOLE 
522 Summit Avenue 
Hagerstown, Maryland 

THOMAS H. POOLE 
209 Bloomingdale Ave. 
Federalsburg, Md. 

BARBARA D. PRESSON 
211 Mansion Road 
Linthicum, Maryland 

ROBERT R. PRITZLAFF 
135 Huntington Bay Rd. 
Huntington, New York 

ERIC ST. CLAIR PURDON 
Harwood, Maryland 

LOUIS BRANDEIS RAPPAPORT 
135 S. 19th Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

BARBARA J. RAYNES 
5918 Brackenridge Ave. 
Baltimore, Maryland 

GEORGE ALAN REDDISH 
113 5th Avenue 
Denton, Maryland 

EMIL REGELMAN 
67-50 152nd Street 
New York, New York 

MARIANNE REID 
27 Sanford Road 
Fair Lawn, N. J. 

NANCY A. REUSILLE 
42 Crest Drive 
Little Silver, N. J. 

SUSAN ELIZABETH RICE 
49 Middle Camp Road 
Westbury, New York 

CHARLES RICHARDSON III 
908 S. Main Street 
Bel Air, Maryland 

PAUL ALEXANDER RIECKS 
1425 Winston Avenue 
Baltimore, Maryland 

KATHI M. RINALDI 
24 Old Farms Road 
Saddle River, New Jersey 

JOHN RIPPER 
Roxbury, Conn. 

WILLIAM EDWIN RITTMEYER 
1233 Fairy Hill Road 
Jenkintown, Pa. 

PAMELA JANE ROFF 
Creole Oil, Cabimas 
Salina, Venezuela 

JUDITH ROMANIK 
272 Atlantic Street 
Bridgeton, New Jersey 

DONALD ROSENBERG 
130 Hemlock Road 
New Haven, Conn. 



KENNETH H. ROSENZWEIG 
297 Bayview Aveniew 
Bay Shore, New York 

JEFFREY L. RUBIN 
5611 Cross Country Blvd. 
Baltimore, Maryland 

VINCENT DEPAUL RUDOLPH 
1813 Aberdeen Road 
Towson, Maryland 

DAVID M. SANBORN 
White Hall, Md. 

NANCY C. SANGER 
Easton, Maryland 

LINDA J. SCHEMM 
6600 Lochinvar Dr. 
Baltimore, Maryland 

BONNIE SCHILLING 
Hebron, Maryland 

JEROME D. SCHNYDMAN 
6603 Greenspring Ave. 
Baltimore, Maryland 

LEONARD G. SCHRADER 
614 Meadow Ridge Road 
Towson, Maryland 

RONALD A. SCHUCK 
3 Pickett Garth 
Lutherville, Md. 

CARL H. SCHULTHEIS 
209 Hawthorne Road 
Baltimore, Maryland 

ROY R. SCHWARTZ 
1767 67th Street 
Brooklyn, New York 

DIANA A. SCOTT 

375 Berwyn Baptist Rd. 

Berwyn, Pa. 

PATRICK C. SEELEY 
5708 Longfellow Street 
E. Riverdale, Md. 

JONATHAN B. SEGAL 
201 W. 16th Street 
New York, New York 

JOHN T. SHANNAHAN 
St. Michaels, Md. 

ROBERT SHARROW 
185 Mt. Lebanon Blvd. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

HOWARD B. SHEAR 
2522 Oakley Ave. 
Baltimore, Md. 

GLEN R. SHIPWAY 
1007 Harding Ave. 
Cumberland, Md. 

WILLIAM P. SHORT 
Cecilton, Maryland 

SUSAN J. SILVERMAN 
3101 Bel Pre Rd. 
Silver Spring, Md. 

ADAH M. SIMMONS 
Kingston, Rhode Island 



PATRICIA SIMONSON 
94 Glenwood Road 
Ridgewood, N. J. 

JOHN P. SLOAN 
1427 Willow Court 
Cumberland, Maryland 

ELEANOR KIM SMITH 
32-07 214th Place 
Bayside, New York 

CHARLES E. SPARKES 
Centerville, Maryland 

LAWRENCE J. SPECTOR 
1516 Hellerman St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

LIDA M. SPRAGUE 
2144 Hudson- Aurora Rd. 
Hudson, Ohio 

BARRY G. STEIN 

179 Branchport Avenue 

Long Branch, N. J. 

DAVID E. STEVENS 
601 Maryland Ave. 
Elkton, Maryland 

CATHERINE JOAN STEWART 
5513 Gerland Avenue 
Baltimore, Maryland 

FREDERICA STRAWBRIDGE 
Wynnewood, Pa. 

GAIL L. STRONG 
Rock Hall, Maryland 

GEORGE M. SUGGS 
6408 Sunrise Drive 
Norfolk, Virginia 

DAVID J. SVEC 
5 Dogwood Drive 
Baltimore, Maryland 

KATHY B. SYKES 
128 Rogers Avenue 
Ellicott City, Maryland 

JAMES H. TAWES 
Crisfield, Maryland 

SUE L. THELIN 
Thomaston, Connecticut 

JEAN M. THOMAS 
1300 Potter Street 
Chester, Pa. 

PHILIP L. TILGHMAN 
Federalsburg, Maryland 

HARRY J. TRAURIG 
Moose Lodge 
Elkton, Maryland 

MICHAEL J. TRAVIESO 
6009 Sycamore Road 
Baltimore, Maryland 

CINDY G. TRISLER 
680 Riveroak Road 
Birmingham, Michigan 

SUSAN R. TRONE 
Elkton, Maryland 

BENJAMIN J. TROUTMAN 
Edgewater, Maryland 



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KAREN A. TUCCIARONE 
85 Green Street 
Stratford, Conn. 

WEBB WILLIAM TULLY 
1604 Northgate Road 
Baltimore, Md. 

JOSEPH N. VALLIANT 
Bellevue, Maryland 

SARAH H. VANDYKE 
200 Second Street 
Denton, Maryland 

FRANCES C. VANGULDEN 
57 Donna Road 
Framingham, Mass. 

ROBERT W. VANMENTER 
373 104th Street 
Stone Harbor, N. J. 

THELMA A. VONBEHREN 
6607 Glenoak Avenue 
Baltimore, Maryland 

SANDRA L. VULTEE 
245 Brooklake Road 
Florham Park, N. J. 

MELVIN W. WALKER 
Robbinsville, N. J. 

HELEN O. WALLIS 
Rock Hall, Maryland 

EDWARD R. WALLS 
Chestertown, Maryland 

ROBERT C. WARNER 
35 Cranmore Drive 
Toms River, N. J. 

THOMAS L. WATKINS 
408 Skippack Pike 
Ft. Washington, Pa. 

DAIVID E. WAYSON 
Dunkirk, Maryland 

CAROLYN M. WEAN 
Finksburg, Md. 

FREDERICK B. WEISS 
3809 St. Paul Street 
Baltimore, Maryland 



ELIZABETH H. WELLS 
128 Sewall Street 
Augusta, Maine 

MARGARET T. WELSH 
301 W. Montgomery Ave. 
Rockville, Maryland 

PICKETT M. WELSH 
Easton, Maryland 

MARGARET E. WESCOTT 
113 Rubinton Ave. 
Augusta, Maine 

FRANK BEANE WILDMAN 
Yellow Springs Road 
Paoli, Pa. 

WILLIAM F. WILKINSON 
12 Murray Hill Circle 
Baltimore, Maryland 

KAREN A. WILLETT 
6504 Beverly Road 
Baltimore, Maryland 

DOUGLAS B. WILLIAMS 
Setauket, New York 

RICHARD T. WILLIAMS 
38 Park Street 
Warsaw, New York 

MARY E. WILLS 
149 Summit Avenue 
Hagerstown, Maryland 

JANICE EILEEN WILMER 
Newberg, Maryland 

J. ROBERT WOLFE 
6716 Queens Ferry Road 
Baltimore, Md. 

KATHERINE E. WORTHINGTON 
Accokeek, Maryland 

WALTER R. YOECKEL 
38 Eighth Street 
Ridgefield Park, N. J. 

CHARLES M. WEST 
208 Belvedere Avenue 
CentreviUe, Maryland 



Photo Credits 



WILLIAM COLEMAN CHESTERTOWN 

RICHARD WILLIAMS WASHINGTON COLLEGE 

STEPHEN GREGORY WASHINGTON COLLEGE 

CHARLES COCKEY WASHINGTON COLLEGE 

SARONY STUDIO PHILADELPHIA 



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