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The Record for 
Nineteen Hundred 
and Sixty-Six 




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1966 



RECORD 



HAVERFORD COLLEGE 



"... There wasn't quite as many as there was a while ago." 



"Battle of New Orleans' 




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J being touched. In disgust he threw 
o the mud, and, on the sidelines, it seemed 
i home team might manage a scoreless tie. 
lut certainly no reason for elation. I re- 
lo soccer. 
^ There the continuing rout monopolized my at- 
tention. Suddenly I was distracted by persistent 
cheering from an unlikely source. Save for a 
cluster of muddy players, the football field was 
almost deserted, but the noise was undoubtedly 
coming from that direction. The Ford's goalie and 
fullbacks were as startled as I was. While they 
peered through the gloom toward the football 
field, a LaSalle lineman dribbled in unmolested 
and tallied the Explorer's only goal of the day. 
But no one cared. We were all preoccupied with 
news of a more striking occurance: Haverford had 
scored a touchdown. 



JACK ULLMAN 



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for them? Did they win them for 
everybody? Were they willing to die 
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Despite ballyhoocd breakthroughs 
and a carload of court decrees, the 
Deep South's resilient resistance to 
school integration has been remarkably 
effective: only 2j% of the 2.980.000 
Negro school children in eleven South- 
ern states actually sat in classrooms last 
year with whites. 




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his knee and he says: 

- Foreign Wars is the cause of it. 

And says Joe, sticking his thumb in 
his pocket: 

- It's the Russians wish to tyrannize. 

- Arrah, give over your bloody codding, 
Joe. says I. I've a thirst on me I 
wouldn't sell for half a crown." 

- James Joyce 




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group has been fnrmed — this 
time al Ha\crford Collepe. It's 
simply another manifestatioa 
of tlie liberal mind at work. 
What else can we expert after 
nearlv 40 years of intensive 
liberal indoctrination in our 
schools and colleges. 





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underhanded, flat-footed, and out of the pivot, 
jump, and set. Flat and soft the ball lifts. 
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Great Music, it is said, and Great Poetry would like quieten 
Modern Youth more Civilized. Civilized my yarbles. Music 
always sort of sharpened me up. my brothers, and made 
me feel like old Bog himself..." 

- Anthony Burgess 



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BRADLEY BOWERS 





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ROBERT BAKER 





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NORBERT ROBERTS 






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ARNOLD SATTERTHWAITE 




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DAVID SALNER 





ROBERT EISENBERG 





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RICHARD SCHMIDT 





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"His hands lift of their own and he feels the wind on his 
cars e\cn before, his heels hitting heavily on the pa\ement 
at first but with an eflortless gathering out of a kind of 
sweat panie growing lighter and quicker and quieter, he 
run. Ah: runs. Runs." 

- John Updike 




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PATRONS 



DR. AND MRS. BRUCE AMBLER 

MR. AND MRS. DAVID BALBER 

MR. AND MRS. ALAN BAKER 

DR. AND MRS. WALTER BONIME 

MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM BOWERS 

MR. AND MRS. HOWARD BUSH, SR. 

MR. AND MRS. GEORGE deSGHWEINITZ 

MR. AND MRS. ROBERT F. CHRISTY 

MR. AND MRS. ELLIS CURLEY 

MR. AND MRS.MURDO DOWDS 

MR. AND MRS. GEORGE FERNSLER, JR. 

MR. AND MRS. STANLEY GROSSMAN 

MRS. GEORGE HAZZARD 

DR. AND MRS. WALTER HOSKINS 

MR. AND MRS. H. G. KURTZ 

MR. AND MRS. CARLISLE MOORE 

MR. AND MRS. THOMAS S. PARKER 

MR. AND MRS. GEORGE PIERCE 

MR. AND MRS. TRUMAN W. READ 

DR. AND MRS. N. J. ROBERTS 

MR. AND MRS. LEONARD H. ROSS 

MR.T. K. SAYLOR 

MR. AND MRS. SAMUEL SCHACTER 

MR. AND MRS. L. H.SCHMIDT 



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1966 RECORD Staff 



"Editor: MarkW. Dowds 

Photography: Robert A. Eisenberg, Richard A. Schmidt.Gary D. Stern 

Cover: Robert K- Manoff 

Sales: Robert I. Hillier 

Publishing: Bruce A. Ambler 

Associate Staff: P. Michael McKeehan, Roy W. Gutman 

Photography Staff: Stephen D. Auerbach, Paul E. Becker, 
S. David noboru, Gerald C. Schwertfeger 

General Staff: Thomas A. Bonn ell, Stephen C. Curl ey , Rodney B. Fritch ley, 
Francis D. Ghigo, Samuel G. Hopkins, Thomas R. Hoskins. J. Theodore Johnson, 
William A. Meroney, Paul R. Miller, Stephen C. Moore, David W. Salner, Lee P. 
Schacter, Ronald A. Schwarz. Melvin 1. Strieb 



Credits: William W. Ambler, 

Carl Grunfeld. Theodore Hetzel, 
Christopher F. Kane, Dietrich Kessler 



RIECK PRINTING, PUBLISHER 
READING. PENNA. 



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SENIOR INDEX 



AMBLER, BRUCE A.; PSYCHOLOGY; 107. 
AUERBACH. STEPHEN D.; HISTORY; 18. 
BAKER. A. ROBERT; SOCIOLOGY; 95. 
BALBER, ANDREW F.; BIOLOGY; 51. 
BARNETT. PETER H.; PHILOSOPHY; 27. 
BECKER, PAUL P.; POLITICAL SCIENCE; 65. 
BONGIOVANNI, JOSEPH; CLASSICS; 69. 
BONIME, STEPHEN; POLITICAL SCIENCE; 64. 
BONNELL, THOMAS H.; HISTORY; 73. 

BOWERS, BRADLEY N.; ENGLISH; 94. 

BUSH, HOWARD U.l PSYCHOLOGY; 88. 

CAMPBELL, CARLOS C; BIOLOGY; 52. 

CARSON, DENNIS A.: HISTORY; 106. 

CAUFFMAN, DAVID P.; PHYSICS; 44. 

CHRISTY, THOMAS E.; BIOLOGY; 60. 

CLOUSE, KENNETH A.; ECONOMICS; 109. 

COTTRELL, FREEMAN B.; POLITICAL SCIENCE; 92. 

CRANE, A. DOD; HISTORY; 51. 

CURLEY, STEPHEN C.) HISTORY; 104, 

DAVIS, LAWRENCE C; CHEMISTRY; 25. 

DeSCHWEINITZ, CLARK C; POLIT IC A L SCI ENC E; 17. 

DODSON, DON C: ENGLISH; 108. 

DORR, WILLIAMS P.; ENGLISH; 77. 

DOWDS. MARK W.; PHILOSOPHY; 103. 

DYE, CHRISTOPHER DER.; HISTORY; 54. 

EISENBERG, ROBERT A.; ANTHROPOLOGY; lOO. 

EYER, JOSEPH; HISTORY; 59. 

FEINSOD, ETHAN L.; RELIGION; 63. 

FELSEN, DAVID M.; CLASSICS; 83. 

FERNSLER, RICHARD F.; E NG I N E ER I NG- P H YS ICS; 45 

FRITCHLEY, RODNEY B.; BIOLOGY; 41. 

FRY, W. REED: ENGLISH; 71. 
GHIGO, FRANCIS D.; ASTRONOMY; 90. 
GILBERT, PETER J.; HISTORY; 21. 
GRAY, THOMAS O.; ENGLISH; 115. 
GROSSMAN, RICHARD L.; ECONOMICS; 76. 
GUTMAN, ROY W. ; HISTORY; 102. 
HANSEN, JEFFREY N.; ECONOMICS; 46. 
HARTNER, ERNST G.; GERMAN; 78. 
HAYMOND, ROBERT M.; FRENCH; 70. 
HAZZARD, EDMUND T.; PHYSICS; 59. 
HEIMBACH, JAMES, T.; PSYCHOLOGY; 31. 
HICKS, H. MUNSON; POLITICAL SCIENCE; 86. 
HILLIER, ROBERT I.; HISTORY; 47. 
HILLMANN, ROBERT L.; HISTORY; 72. 
HOBERMAN, JOHN M.; ENGLISH; 101. 
HOSKINS, THOMAS R.; ENGLISH; 103. 
HUME, ROBERT D.; ENGLISH; 19. 
IDELL, DAVID R.; POLITICAL SCIENCE; 24. 
JOHNSON, J. THEODORE; MUSIC; 42. 
KANE. DAVID N.; POLITICAL SCIENCE; 55. 
KURIAN, STEPHEN C; ENGLISH; 70. 
KURTZ, BRIAN H.; POLITICAL SCIENCE; 54. 



LANNING, ROBERT B.; HISTORY; 20. 

LEWIS, CHARLES D.; PHILOSOPHY; 62. 

LONG, ROBERT L.; MATHEMATICS; 32. 

LUTTON, E. CLYDE; ENGLIi.l; 92. 

MACPHERSON, GEORGE S.; RELIGION; 60. 

MCKEEHAN, P. MICHAEL; CLASSICS; 74. 

MEEKS, JOHN C; GERMAN; 25. 

MELBY, CHRISTOPHER H.K.; HISTORY; 66. 

MERONEY, WILLIAM A.; MATHEMATICS; 105. 

MILLER. PAUL R.; PHILOSOPHY; 63. 

MOORE, STEPHEN C; BIOLOGY; 42. 

MUELLER, CHRISTOPHER B.; HISTORY; 21. 

MURPHY, DANIEL R.; HISTORY; 122. 

PARKER, DAVID C; BIOLOGY; 61. 

PIERCE, JOHN D.; HISTORY; 89. 

PLEATMAN, ANDREW F.; HISTORY; 93. 

PRICE, ERIC M.; BIOLOGY; 114. 

PRIMAKOFF, PAUL; BIOLOGY; 97. 

PUNZAK, MICHAEL E.; RELIGION; 82. 

RAPHAEL, ALAN H.; HISTO'RY; 67. 

RAWLINGS. HUNTER R.; CLASSICS; 80. 

READ, WALTER P.; CHEMISTRY; 108. 

ROBERTS, NORBERT J.; PHILOSOPHY; 96. 

ROBINSON, MARSHALL O.; POLITICAL SCIENCE; 112. 

ROSNER, ANTHONY L.; CHEMISTRY; 65. 

ROSS, STEVEN E.; ECONOMICS; 114. 

SALISBURY, BRIAN G.; PSYCHOLOGY; 79. 

SALNER, DAVID W.; ENGLISH; 99. 

SATTERTHWAITE, ARNOLD C; BIOLOGY; 97. 

SAYLOR, TILLMAN K.; PHYSICS; 110, 

SCHACTERLE, LANCE E.; ENGLISH; 19. 

SCHACTER. LEE P.; BIOLOGY; 40. 

SCHATZKI, MICHAEL; POLITICAL SCIENCE; 23. 

SCHMIDT, RICHARD A.; HISTORY; 101. 

SCHWARZ, RONALD A.; MATHEMATICS; 33. 

SCHWERTFEGER, GERALD C; POLITICAL SCIENCE; 35. 

SECHLER, ROBERT P.; POLITICAL SCIENCE; 24. 

SLOTKIN, MARK I.; ENGLISH; 107. 

SNYDER, DANIEL H.; BIOLOGY; 31. 

SONNENBORN, DONALD; ENGLISH; 77. 

STERN. GARY D.; HISTORY; 34. 

STETLER, RUSSELL; PHILOSOPHY; 58. 

STRANG, CHARLES L.; ENGLISH; 87. 

STRIEB, MELVIN I.; PHYSICS; 34. 

TAYLOR, PETER L.; ENGLISH; 110. 

TUNNELL, W. KIETH; SOCIOLOGY; 1 19. 

UMLAND, BERTHOLD E.; PSYCHOLOGY; 46. 

WARLOW. MICHAEL C. ; HISTORY; 75. 

WERTIME, STEVEN P.; HISTORY; 113. 

WHEELER, JONATHAN; HISTORY; 72. 

WHITMAN. WALT H.; PSYCHOLOGY; 108. 

WILLIAMS, HUGH H.; PHYSICS; 45. 



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