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PMC Colleges. Yearbooks.

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Date Range
1967 - 1970
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Campus Life
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Yearbooks
Institution
PMC Colleges
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BOX 16 ORIGINAL YEARBOOKS
Date Range
1967 - 1970
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Campus Life
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Yearbooks
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PMC Colleges
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BOX 16 ORIGINAL YEARBOOKS
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Bound Volumes
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This box contains yearbooks for 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970. These copies are not for public use.
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Yearbooks - PMC Colleges - 1967
Yearbooks - Sabre and Scroll - 1968 - 1970
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For copies to be used by the public, see boxes 9 through 32 on the yearbook shelves.
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PMC Alumnus Vol. 11, #4.

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Date Range
June, 1966
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
PMC Colleges
Location
June, 1966, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
Date Range
June, 1966
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Governance - Administrative
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Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
PMC Colleges
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June, 1966, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
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Magazines
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PMC Alumnus Vol. 11, Commencement Issue, #4. The Pennsylvania Military College and Penn Morten College Alumni Bulletin. GENERAL BERNARD A. SHRIVER Commander of the U.S. Air Force Systems Command and Director of the Manned Orbiting Laboratory will speak at the PMC 145 Commencement June 5th CHANGE IN NAME APPROVED BY BOTH DELAWARE COUNTY COURT AND PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION ALUMNI VISITATION HELD APRIL 14TH & 15TH DR. GROSS TO TEACH IN SENEGAL Dr. Franz B. Gross will teach courses in American Civilization in Dakar, Senegal for one academic year. DIGNITARIES VISIT CAMPUS Admiral Arleigh Burke General Paul L. Freeman Lt.Gen. John L. Throckmorton HANSELL GETS MAC POST Athletic Director George A Hansell, Jr. elected President of Mid Atlantic Conference SUPERVISORY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM COORDINATED A ten week supervisory development program at Sun Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company GOODWILL AMBASSADOR ALAN S. MEYERHOFF ’24 GLOBTROTTING AGAIN Includes photo of Meyerhoff He spends 6 to 8 months each year traveling. On each of his trips he makes a special effort to bring greetings to PMC graduates NEW PROGRAM ON CAMPUS FOR AIR FORCE PERSONNEL On June 7, ten men from the Air Force will enroll in PMC. Plans call for program to eventually have 40 students. CULTURAL ACTIVITY Speakers, art exhibits, Military Science Day, glee clubs, plays OPEATION TENDER TIGER SURPASESS GOAL $5,500 exceeds goal of $5000 Photo at May 5 ceremonies of George Wolf, Catholic Relief Services which will build and operate orphanage in Vietnam, with Vietnam Ambassador Vu Tan Thai, and Noel Koch Chairman of Operation Tender Tiger Notes project was reported nationally by Drew Pearson NEW TRUSTEES ELECTED A.M. Andorn, retired Board Chairman of Penn Steel Castings Company and Dr. Virgil Kauffman (Hon ’63) former Chairman of Board of Aero Service Corporation, pioneer in aerial photography. ALUMNI CLUB NEWS Delaware County (Pa.) Club Southern California Club Wilmington, Delaware Luncheon Club Lehigh Valley Club Chicago Area Club Florida Club Puerto Rico Club Had a meeting in February with Robert Pierpoint ’54 Director of Development and one in March with Professor Emeritus Dr. J. Leslie Ellis includes group photo of each meeting CLASS NOTES Weddings Personals Photo of J. Barry McDermott, who is now flying the 479th Tactical Fighter Wing at George A.F.B., Vistorville, California, just completed tour of Vietnam. Photo of award ceremony: Captain Robert F. Wetherbie ’56 for service in Vietnam Air Medal for heroism and Bronze Star Births Obituaries Visitors
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PMC Alumnus Vol. 12, #1.

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Date Range
August, 1966
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
PMC Colleges
Location
August, 1966, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
Date Range
August, 1966
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
PMC Colleges
Location
August, 1966, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
Format
Magazines
Scope and Content
PMC Alumnus, The Pennsylvania Military College and Penn Morten College Alumni Bulletin. COMMENCEMENT DRAWS LARGEST ALUMNI GATHERING OF THE YEAR Photos of 60th, 55th, 50th, 40th and 25th class reunion groups DEAN CHESTER H. SLOAT DIES ON MAY 29 THREE HONORED AT COMMENCEMENT Receiving honorary degrees at June 5th Commencement were: General Bernard A. Schriever, Commander of Air Force Systems Command Francis Boyer, former chairman of the Board of Smith, Kline & French Laboratories Harold S. Geneen, chairman of the board of International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation INDIAN SCHOLAR TO BE VISITING PROFESSOR Dr. V.K.S. Nayar appointed visiting professor of political science for 1966-67 academic year MCLAUGHLIN MAKES MOVES Ray McLaughlin ’51 just finished first year as coach of Chester High Basketball team Includes photo of McLaughlin HONORS COME TO COLLEGES PMC Colleges is recipient of two awards for public relations programs relating to Operation Tender Tiger and visit of British author and Scientist C.P. Snow. PHOTO OF PRESENTATION OF $5000 CHECK FROM FORD MOTOR COMPANY PRESENTED TO DR. MOLL BY AL FRANK ’49 MANAGER NEW YORK DISTRICT OF FORD MOTOR COMPANY PHOTO OF PRESENTATION OF $2000 FROM ATLANTIC RICHFIELD TO DR. MOLL BY THOMAS C. VOLK ’52, DISTRICT MANAGER PHILADELPHIA WEST DISTRICT OF ATLANTIC RICHFIELD HAMMERHILL PAPER COMPANY TO SPONSOR PROJECT Project valued at $2000 for senior engineering students ALUMNI CHEMISTRY MAJORS SHOW ACHIEVEMENT Dr. Ivan M. Gottlieb, Professor of Chemistry releases result of survey of 44 chemistry majors, beginning with class of 1962 SUMMER ACADEMIC PROGRAMS BELLS OF PEACE College participated in nationwide Bells of Peace program on July 4th. PHOTO .E.SCOTT TOMLINSON’60 PRESENTING A LIMBER TO CADET JOE CHARLES, GUN COMMANDER BATTERY ROBINETTE. Scott built the limber which is used to pull the field piece and store the ammunition For the battery WORK OF ART BY ART LITTMAN WITH PHOTGRAPH Writes on alumni issues ALUMNI CLUB NEWS Delaware County (Pa.) Club Wilmington, Delaware Luncheon Club Connecticut and Westchester Clubs Southern California Club Pittsburgh Club Long Island Club ALUMNI HOMECOMING OCTOBER 15 LIBRARY INFORMATION CENTER GETS $900,000 GRANT Photo of architect’s model of $2.7 million dollar Library-Information Center. Federal grant of $908,528 in June provides one third of cost. PMC Librarian, Lee Brown discusses new expanded functions for the Library and for Librarians. PICTURE OF AERIAL VIEW OF MODEL OF POSSIBLE PMC CAMPUS OF THE FUTURE Note: WOLFGRAM MEMORIAL LIBRARY ACTIVITIES COMMITTEES APPOINTED BY ARMITAGE Homecoming—Herman J. Sweeney, Leo A. Orlowsky Boardwalk Bowl Weekend—Stewart C. Cresse, Joseph E. Hubaj Mid-Winter Dinner—John A. Bremble, J. Robet Sottile Commencement—Robert B. Jaggard Jr., Anthony J. Kukulich NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION Ballots by mail postmarked between JULY15-AUGUST 15 Notice to members of Pennsylvania Military College Alumni Association for the purpose to approve change of name of the Association Includes copy of resolution to change name to PMC Alumni Association to reflect change in corporate name of College Includes ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE PMC ALUMNI ASSOCIATION CLASS NOTES PHOTO (probably Dr. Peter Yacyk or possibly Peter S. Zeiman) Members class of ’51 PHOTO Allen H. Harriman of General Motors discusses employment opportunities with 2 of about 1500 boys and girls at Reading High School Career Day. CLASS OF 1958 Stars and Stripes reports Robert D. Furman was commanding Officer of rescue chopper attacked by MIGS in Vietnam while attempting rescue of downed flyer. BIRTHS VISITORS OBITUARIES CALENDAR OF EVENTS AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER
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PMC Alumnus Vol. 12, #2.

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Date Range
October, 1966
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
PMC Colleges
Location
October, 1966, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
Date Range
October, 1966
Category
Governance - Administrative
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Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
PMC Colleges
Location
October, 1966, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
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Magazines
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PMC Alumnus, The Pennsylvania Military College and Penn Morten College Alumni Bulletin. BOARDWALK BOWL November 25 to 27 HOMECOMING DAY OCTOBER 15 ORGANIZATION CHANGES ANNOUNCED BY DR. MOLL Appointments and organizational changes in the Administration of PMC Colleges HEAVIER AND FASTER SQUAD HAS POTENTIAL “Potential is good” says Head Football Coach Art Raimo NEW ENGINEERING PROGRAM SLATED THIS SEPTEMBER I.K. ANEJA JOINS FACULTY Appointed Assistant Professor of Engineering MANY MOURN DEATH OF ROSE MCLOUGHLIN, 58 Head Housekeeper at PMC Colleges died on September 3 Worked for the college for 35 years. LINE COACH NAMED Ben Coren replaces Jack McCullogh as line coach of the varsity football team. McCullogh will replace John Udovich as assistant freshman coach ALUMNI CLUB NEWS Chicago Luncheon Club Lehigh Valley Are Club Long Island Club Includes photo of summer gathering on Long Island at home of Jean and Les Quick Richmond, Va. Area Club Southern California Club North and South New Jersey Washington D.C. Club Westchester-New York Area Club Wilmington, Del. Luncheon Club Hey, Florida PHOTO September 6 Matthew J. Gutkowski ’44, Bernard J. Einstein ’48 with their wives and sons when their sons matriculated at PMC. Also pictured PMC President D. Clarence R. Moll. ALUMNI SUPPORT NEEDED IN RECRUITING STUDENTS Director of Admissions Vincent F. Lindsley “the strength of a college is students”. THE WORK OF ART BY ART LITTMAN WITH PHOT Writes about William J. Getty, Jr. retired after 39 years with Sun Oil Company was appointed Assistant Director of Alumni Relations August 1. (Includes photo of Getty) MAT MEN HAVE NEW MENTOR Harry Durney appointed head coach of wrestling and cross country, assistant coach of track and instructor of physical education BUSINEES OPPORTUNITY Teobaldo Castaneda Moraos searches for business partner for making fiberglass pleasure craft and lifeboats GOOD GUIDES Reno Farinelli and Don Siegal were good guides in the Atlantic City Electric Plant tour for the South Jersey Parents Picnic CLASS NOTES 1903 Burton F. Mustin, with photo, became profession actor at 67. Lists TV credits 1915 1919 1928 1939 Col. Wah G.. Chin is new Commandant of U.S. Army Chemical-Biological-Radiological Weapons Orientation Course at Dugway Proving Grounds. Lists highlights and awards of his military career 1944 Photo Juan G. Gomez-Nunez, Head of the Ecology Department of Venezuelan Institute of Scientific Research makes significant contribution in battle to exterminate the insect that carries the Chagas’ disease that has killed 5000 people. 1949 through1954 1956 through 1965 1966 Lists several Alumni who have served or are serving in Vietnam and stateside VISITORS COLLEGE CALENDAR OCTOBER NOVEMBER LADIES THIS IS IT New PMC chairs on sale
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PMC Alumnus Vol. 12, #3.

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Date Range
November, 1966
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
PMC Colleges
Location
November, 1966, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
Date Range
November, 1966
Category
Governance - Administrative
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Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
PMC Colleges
Location
November, 1966, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
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Magazines
Scope and Content
PMC Alumnus, The Pennsylvania Military College and Penn Morten College Alumni Bulletin. HOMECOMING HIGHLIGHTS Photos of Homecoming October 15 FOOTBALL UPSET FAILS TO SPOIL HOMECOMING DR ROBERT L. HAMMAN SPEAKS Chairman of PMC Economics and Management Division. In his speech he urges more stress on High School Economics. ALUMNI CLUB NEWS Additional photos of Homecoming Chicago Luncheon Club Lehigh Valley Area Club Boston Area Delaware County Club Westchester-New York Area Club Connecticut Washington D.C. Area Club Wilmington, Del. Club WORK OF ART BY ART LITMAN WITH PHOTO Need to get the word out about rapidly advancing academic structure of PMC and asks alumni: What will you do to help keep the “quality students” coming to PMC? T.F.LOCKE ’42 NAMED ASSISTANT DEAN Named Assistant Dean College of Engineering VISITORS THREE CADETS ESCORT V.P. HUBERT HUMPHREY Acted as escorts for the Vice President in Philadelphia on October 26. IT’S NEWS ON CAMPUS Appointments, events, speakers, etc. CLASS NOTES 1924 1937 1949 THRU 1957 1954 Photo either Thomas R. Hudd, Jr.or Martin B. Stiles Major David S. Johnson returns after flying about 150 hours of combat missions as a helicopter pilot in Vietnam with photo Ex Marine jet fighter pilot, now Media Attorney named Executive Director for Legal Services for Delaware County 1960-1966 Note: the Class Notes from 1961-1966 contain the names of many of the alumni who served in the military, many in Vietnam. 1963 Photo 1/Lt. Kenneth Chien ’63 pictured with his sisters following ceremonies where he received multiple awards Photo: Major Paul G. Spero congratulated by Major General D.B. Johnson on receiving the Army Legion of Merit Award in Taiwan, W.W. SINCLAIRE ’22 DIES William W. Sinclaire was former Board Chairman of Gregory Industries, Toledo and Assistant Secretary of Corning Glass Works WILLIAM MATIS ’66 WINS COVETED I.SA. (Instrument Society of America) CONTEST AWARD Is a graduate student. Was awarded 1st prize in Eastern Region OLIVER JULIAN 1909 SUCCUMBS Died September 16, in Wellesley, Mass. PHOTO Promotion of Lt. Col Percy W. Collom, Jr. ’51 picture with Brig. Gen Roger M. Lilly and Lt. Col. Joseph Shaffield MORTIN SICKLES ‘19 PASSES Died September 24 at age 67 MILITARY WEEKEND HELD November 11-12 Lt.Gen. Bruce Palmer, Jr. was guest of honor GUEST OF HONOR AT ANNUAL Military Ball was President Emeritus Major Gen. Edward E. MacMorland DRILL TEAM AND BAND SEEN ON NETWORK TV Pershing Rifles and PMC Band performed at November 6 Dallas Cowboys- Eagles game televised by CBS RESISTANCE TO COMMUNISM DISCUSSED BY AMBASADOR Chow Shu-kai, Ambassador of the Republic of China to the United States was guest lecturer at PMC on November 9. He discussed “Free China’s Struggle Against Communism. COLONEL FORD FULLER APPOINTED NEW P.M.S. Colonel Ford F. Fuller, Jr. has been named Professor of Military Science at Pennsylvania Military College. ENGAGEMENTS AND WEDDINGS JOE PIELA TO WED Senior Joseph J Piela, Jr star halfback and co-captain of the Cadets engaged to Elizabeth Ann Halloran JOIN THE FUN Boardwalk Bowl Thanksgiving weekend, November 25, 26, 27 COLLEGE CALENDAR NOVEMBER DECEMBER JANUARY
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PMC Alumnus Vol. 12, #4.

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Date Range
January, 1967
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
PMC Colleges
Location
January, 1967, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
Date Range
January, 1967
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
PMC Colleges
Location
January, 1967, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
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Magazines
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PMC Alumnus, The Pennsylvania Military College and Penn Morten College Alumni Bulletin. GEORGE SHAW ’27 HEADS ALUMNI FUND George B. Shaw, Executive Bethlehem Steel Corporation will chair 1967 annual Alumni Fund Campaign with goal of $75,000. MARINERS DOWN HOPES FOR PERFECT WEEKEND U.S. Merchant Marine Academy football team wins over Cadets by 46 to 7 score At 1966 Boardwalk Bowl Weekend in Atlantic City IT’S NEWS ON CAMPUS U.S. Sen. Joseph Clark to speak on “Agenda for Peace” Gov. Raymond P. Shafer may visit after January Lt. Harold G. Golla, Jr, USMV (Retired, former Adjutant at PMC) died DR. CALABRESE’ DEATH IS IRREPARABLE LOSS Dr. C.O. Calabrese Distinguished Professor of Engineering died November 15. Includes Photo of Dr. Calabrese ENGINEERING PROGRAM ACCREDITED BY ECPD Engineer’s Counsel for Professional Development accreditation is in the “undesignated” category of engineering- a high endorsement accorded only seven other institutions in United States. NEW PHYSICAL EDUCATION CENTER DESIGNED Picture of architect’s drawing of proposed Physical Education Center “Plans have been drawn for a new $2,000,000. Physical Education Center to replace our antiquated facilities” PMC Trustee F. Eugene Dixon, Jr. announced PMC applied for Federal Grant of $556,000. Other funding would come largely from donations from alumni WORK OF ART BY ART LITTMAN with photo Discusses significant changes in past year: Name change, to PMC Colleges, two colleges. Looks at year ahead. GUEST PROFESSOR LECTURES Dr. Fay Ajzenberg-Selove, Professor of Physics at Haverford College was guest Lecturer on December 15. Topic of lecture was nuclear structure physics FESTIVE HIGHLIGHTS OF BOARDWALK BOWL WEEKEND with two photos CLASS NOTES REUNIONS PHOTO S Major. Peter Andre ’55 awarded Bronze Star for distinguished service in Vietnam by Maj. Gen. Kendal AAG, U.S. Army. Carl A. Schaubel ’30 Administrative Vice President of PMC receives $1,500 check from E. J. Cummings Texaco sales manager as part of Texaco’s Aid to Education Program COLLINS LYDEN BUSY IN POLITICAL ARENA G. Collins Lyden ’52 Public Relations Officer for Executive Department New York State is advance man for Gov. Rockefeller reelection campaign. COL. O’HARA NAMED ACTING COMMANDANT Lt. Col. Charles A. O’hara A.US (Retired) named as acting Commandant of Pennsylvania Military College WILBUR J. HORN DIES AT HOME IN WESTWOOD. Wilbur J. Horn ’43 served on the Army Special Training Program at PMC. Classes 1956 to 1966 note numerous members on active duty serving in Vietnam and elsewhere. ROSE McLOUGHLIN FUND REACHES FIRST $1,000. Fund to establish a scholarship in her memory. Goal to raise $10,000 by end of October. JOE KELLY SELECTED TOP SCHOLAR-ATHLETE First winner of U.D. Military Academy trophy established by Society of PMC Parents Co-captain of Cadets football team Member Alpha Sigma Phi Society for the Advancement of Management. Selected for listing in Who’s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities PHOTO Col. Ford P. Fuller, Jr. Professor of Military Science crowns Miss Karen Thompson Queen of Military Ball November 12. GUEST SPEAKERS BUILD COLLEGES’ REPUTATION -Elizabeth K. MacAfee on Africa -John Malone on “Intellectual and Cultural Movements in Australia” -A.E.P. Duffy on “Problems of the Atlantic Community—a British Appraisal” MISS DISERT SUCCUMBS Miss May Disert, who served as a nurse at Pennsylvania Military College from 1905 until 1926, died on November 15 at age 99. DR. HOPE CALLING Bob Hope quip about receiving Honorary Doctor of Letters from PMC in January 1966, quoted in November 1966 issue Reader’s Digest: “It’s a kick being a doctor; it really is. There are a few house calls I’ve wanted to make.” KIRKBRIDES DONATE RESIDENCE TO PMC Dr. and Mrs. Chalmer G. Kirkbride donate the beautiful stone home at 10 Church Road, Wallingford for the President’s Residence. Named for Mrs. Kirkbride, it is called “the Billie Kirkbride Residence.” ENGAGEMENTS AND WEDDINGS SPORTS HIGHLIGHTS Photo of players at exhibition basketball game between PMC ’62 MAC Southern Division title team and current varsity and frosh players at Winter Sports Introduction Night CROSS COUNTRY TEAM UNDEFEATED COLLEGE CALENDAR JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH
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PMC Alumnus Vol. 12, #5.

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Date Range
March, 1967
Category
Governance - Administrative
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Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
PMC Colleges
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March, 1967, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
Date Range
March, 1967
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
PMC Colleges
Location
March, 1967, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
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Magazines
Scope and Content
PMC Alumnus, The Pennsylvania Military College and Penn Morten College Alumni Bulletin. AL WESTERMAN APPOINTED CHAIRMAN OF CITIES; VOLUNTEER REGIONAL AND CITY CHAIRMAN LISTED. George B. Shaw ’27, national chairman of the 1967 Alumni Fund has announced the appointment of Albert J. Westerman ‘29 as national chairman for cities. TRUSTEE RECOGNIZED FOR EMINENT SERVICE Caesar A. Grasselli, II was honored by Alumni Association at February 24th dinner. GRAD SYSTEM HELPS ALUMNI TO RELOCATE Graduate Resume and Distribution System permits every experienced graduate to put his qualifications before employers from coast to coast VARIED EVENTS RECOGNIZE RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS DAY Religious Emphasis Day was observed on February 6th was highlighted by address on “The Place of Religion in American Institutions of Higher Education,” given by Dr. Leroy B. Allen President of Cheney State College. Concert of religious music was presented by The Heinrich Shuetz Singers of Bryn Mawr and Haverford Colleges and Bryn Mawr College Double Octet GULF OIL DONATES $10,000 Unrestricted capital grant was given by Gulf Oil as part of its education assistance program.. MADONNA AND KORNFIELD APPOINTMENTS ANNOUNCE Appointment of Louis A. Madonna as Assistant Dean, School of Engineering. And Dr. N.R. Kornfield as Director of Graduate Programs in systems engineering announced Dr. Murphy, Dean of Engineering. INDIA’S ROLE IN WORLD DISCUSSED IN SEMINAR Feb 13 through May 22. Course being conducted by V.K.S. Nayar, visiting Professor of Political Science. ASSOCIATION EX-PREXIES ORGANIZE COUNCIL includes photo of Dr. Moll, Alumni President Oliver C. Armitage ‘49, President-Emeritus, Gen. E.E. MacMorland, Director of Alumni Relations C. Arthur Littman ’60 and others. TWO CLASSES STUDING DIGITAL COMPUTER USE One is for high school teachers, the other for high school students who have completed at least one year of algebra. March 4 through May 13 CIVICS INSTITUTE PLANNED TO STUDY CITY PROBLEMS Financed by federal grant of $32,930. The program is designed for Social Studies teachers in grades 9 through 12. Dr. John W. Hopkirk Associate Professor of Political Science and Chairman of Chester Citizen’s Council will head the institute, assisted by Leonard R. Mann, Professor of Engineering, Professor of Engineering and Director of the College’s Joint Center for Urban Affairs SIGN LANGUAGE TAUGHT Conducted at PMC by The Pennsylvania Society for the Advancement of the Deaf.. BAND PROVIDES MUSIC FOR MARDI GRAS KING PMC Marching Band second year participation in the Rex Parade in New Orleans on February 7th While in New Orleans they were guests of U.S. Navy on board the U.S.S. Wasp. IT’S NEWS ON CAMPUS THE WORK OF ART BY ART LITTMAN with photo Urges alumni to visit campus for Commencement events May 26, 27, 28 on Alumni Day TWO-DAY CONFERENCE STAGED BY STUDENTS Held Jan 27 and 28 with student leaders from 11 area colleges participating. VISITING LECTURERS SPEAK ON VARIETY OF SUBJECTS Dr, Eugene Kuielewicz, Dr. Harold Abramson, Dr. Oystein Ore, Franco Palmieri, Dr. Joseph Mucci LAWLESS NAMED COACH TO SUCCEED ART RAIMO with photo Former University of Pennsylvania Quarterback, Head Football Coach of Chestnut Hill Academy, 1944 graduate Roman Catholic High School. CLASS NOTES 1923, 1940, 1944, 1949,1951, and 1957-1966 Class 1957 through 1966 have many notes of alumni serving on active duty. PHOTO Captain Stephen P. Sheehy ’61 is awarded the Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry with Silver Star for his heroic action in Vietnam PHOTO Prior to an open forum discussion on Vietnam sponsored by the Alumni Club of Delaware County participants examine a Viet Cong flag captured by Capt. James Booth ’63. Others in picture Capt. Arthur C. Stang ’56, Major Jerry S. Wages, Assistant Professor of Military Science Capt. Richard Melli ’60 and Lt. David W. Oskin ’64 adjutant, Commandant’s office. B’NAI B’RITH HONORS DR. MOLL FOR SERVVICE Dr. Moll named “Man of the Year” by Delaware County Lodge # 1959 on March 12 MARK THAT DATE Harold G. Sveinbjorn, instructor in Physical Education will be Guest of Honor at Delaware County Alumni Club Dinner April 22 AIR PRODUCTS DONATES $7,000 AND EQUPMENT To School of Engineering CULTURAL EVENTS BRING DIGNITARIES ON CAMPUS Visits by ambassadors of Lebanon, and China, Dr. Dr. Hisashi Shikibu, Philosopher; Claudie Tchekhov, novelist; Dr. Noburu Sakasita, economist. INSTITUTE IN ECONOMICS PLANNED FOR EDUCATORS Financed by $35,610 grant from National Science Foundation an institute for secondary school teachers will be held June 27 to August 4. PHOTO Caesar a. Grasselli receives R. Kelso Carter Award. Pictured also, Alumni President Oliver C. Armitage and C. Arthur Littman, Director of Alumni Relations. DR. HORNIG AWARDED ENGINEERING MEDAL Dr. Hornig, President Johnson’s special assistant for science and technology was awarded the PMC Centennial Engineering Medal on February 10. Includes photo of Dr. Hornig and Dr. Moll ALUMNI CHAIRS AVAILABLE SWIMMING TEAM SETS NEW RECORDS Copping 72 out of possible 99 firsts Coach Dan Horninger’s mermen best season ever (8-1) COLLEGE CALENDAR MARCH, APRIL, MAY
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PMC Alumnus Vol. 12, #6.

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Date Range
May, 1967
Category
Governance - Administrative
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Alumni Office
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Alumni - Publications
Institution
PMC Colleges
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May, 1967, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
Date Range
May, 1967
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Alumni - Publications
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PMC Alumnus, The Pennsylvania Military College and Penn Morten College Alumni Bulletin. MEMORIES ARE MADE OF THIS Photos of last year’s Commencement Weekend MAJOR REUNION EVENTS NOT FOUND IN LISTING What will best be remembered by alumni are those intangibles that defy listing. CAPT. DANIEL F. MONAHAN ’62 KILLED BY LAND MINE IN VIETNAM Includes photo Capt. Monahan was killed on April 14th, only eight days after his wife, Elizabeth, gave birth to daughter, Maureen. He was a career officer and member of the “Green Berets” ENGINEERING STUDENTS SHOW PROJECT RESULTS Results of 9 research projects presented April 19th SIX CADETS AWARDED ROTC SCHOLARSHIPS BILL MUEHSAM NAMED TO ADMISSIONS POST William E. Muehsam ’62 named as assistant director of admissions March 13, ten days after his discharge from service IT’S NEWS ON CAMPUS 31 RELATIVES OF ALUMNI ACCEPTED FOR ADMISSION AWARDS HIGLIGHT GREEK WEEK EVENTS PHOTO Andrew Hamm President of Inter fraternity Council presents First Annual Interfraternity Award to Professor John C. Sevier as faculty member who has made the most significant contribution to PMC student and Campus life during 1966-1967 PHOTO Penn Morton Dean of Men Jerome F. Hughes accepts Interfraternity award from Andrew Ham at Interfraternity Banquet on April 15 PHOTO And again it’s Andy, -- this time presenting Interfraternity award to Melvin Blumberg, Penn Morton Senior, for outstanding contribution as a student. THE WORK OF ART BY ART LITTMAN with photo Urges participation in Alumni activities WORKERS ENTHUSIASTIC BUT FUnD RETURNS LAG Fundraising results do not reflect the efforts made. PHOTO Brook Tomlinson ’60 and Jack Kirlin ’60 with awards presented to Harald Sveinbjornsson at Delaware County Alumni Club testimonial dinner April 22 DELCO CLUB HONORS RESPECTED TRAINER Another photo of Harald Sveinbjornsson Supervisor of health and physical education and trainer for all sports at PMC. CLASS NOTES REUNIONS 1892 Loomis Burrell of Little Falls, New York represented the class celebrating its Diamond Reunion Year 1907 1912 1917 1922 1927 1932 1935 1936 1937 1942 1947 1949 through 1966 PHOTOS Army Capt. John R. Frazee ’59 receives Bronze Star from Maj. Gen J.J. Tolson for outstanding meritorious service in combat operations against hostile forces in Vietnam from May to Aug. 1966 Capt. Ralph Meyer Capt. Robert C. Johnson receives Bronze Star Medal form Col. James M. Browning in ceremonies at Ft. Eustis for “outstanding meritorious service in combat operations against hostile forces in Vietnam from May to Aug. 1966” THINCLADS UNBEATEN; PFEFFER SETS RECORD Track and field (4-0). Sophomore Rick Pfeffer is undefeated in 100 and 220 SCHLSINGER DECRIES BOMBING IN VIETNAM Visiting scholar, Prof. Arthur M. Sclesinger declared that war could not be won in Vietnam by aerial bombing, asserting that the war is in South Vietnam, not North Vietnam. CADETS HELP RECRUIT IN VOLUNTARY EFFORT Group of 31 cadets visit 14 high schools to promote PMC and Penn Morton. “A satisfied customer is the best advertisement” EUGENE CLOUD NAMED DIRECTOR OF CENTER
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PMC Alumnus Vol. 13, #1.

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Date Range
July, 1967
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Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
PMC Colleges
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July, 1967, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
Date Range
July, 1967
Category
Governance - Administrative
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Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
PMC Colleges
Location
July, 1967, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
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Magazines
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PMC Alumnus, The Pennsylvania Military College and Penn Morten College Alumni Bulletin. REUNIONING CLASSES SPARK COMMENCEMENT Class reunions a great success with degree given out at commencement. (With photos: In left to right order, Dean Mathews M. Johnson, Dr. William K. Whiteford, Dr. Glenn T. Seaborg and Pennsylvania Governor Raymond P. Shafer await the start of the Colleges’ 146th commencement. Burt Mustin ’03 joins Rudy Bloom in some “close harmony” at alumni reunion party.) MCCULLOUGH SUCCEEDS LITTMAN AS DIRECTOR John R. McCullough succeeds C. Arthur Littman as director of Alumni Relations. (With photo: Jack McCullough takes over office of director of Alumni Relations as Art Littman leaves for new post at Montclair Academy.) W. H. TURNER ELECTED TO HEAD ALUMNI ASSOCIATION William H. Turner elected to serve as president for the next two years. (With photo of Turner.) THERE ARE MANY WAYS TO HELP Bill Turner’s (former Alumni Association President) farewell. DR. RICHARDS NAMED “OUTSTANDING ALUMNUS” Dr. Harold Richards ’20 awarded Outstanding Alumnus Award for being “that graduate of PMC who contributed significantly to his community, accepted the highest responsibilities of citizenship, and gave freely of his talents for the continued advancement of education, thereby bringing recognition and distinction to his Alma Mater and himself.” (With photo: Outstanding Alumnus Award is presented to Dr. Harold L Richards ’20 by Dr. Moll.) DR. MOLL APPOINTED MEMBER OF STATE EDUCATION GROUP Dr. Moll is member of the Liaison Committee for Private Education. IT’S NEWS ON CAMPUS CRESSE RESIGNS V.P. POST; MATHUES ELECTED SUCCESSOR Stewart C. Cresse forced to resign as vice president of the Alumni Association due to being transferred to Parsons, Kansas by DuPont Company. Sidney S. Mathues unanimously elected as his successor. EUGENE CLOUD AND SON BOTH AWARDED DEGREES Mr. Cloud received an associate degree in management and son was awarded a bachelor of arts degree. LANDAICHE APPOINTED ASSISTANT TO THE DEAN Dean Mathews M. Johnson announced the appointment of Paul J. Landaiche as assistant to the Dean. Landaiche is a PMC graduate, chairman for the Science Department of Central Senior High School in Seat Pleasant, Md., and winner of a grant from the National Science Foundation. EDGAR B. SPEER ’40 NAMED EXEC. V.P. BY U.S. STEEL CORP. LOOMIS BURRELL ’92 RECALLS EARLY DAYS PMC’s oldest living alumnus chatted with Dr. Moll via “telelecture” telephone hookup about the days when he was a student at PMC and his interest in chemistry experiments. Loomis was a pioneer in the dairy industry research. (With photo of Burrell.) CHANGING THE GUARD Farewell from Art Littman (’60) encouraging alumni to stay involved. Jack McCollough’s (’59) thank you to Littman and promise to do well as his successor. CLASS NOTES 1910, 1928, 1930, 1936, 1937, 1939, 1943 (Photo: Maj. Gen. Harry L. Hillyard, Commanding General Indiantown Gap Military Reservations, presents award certificate to accompanying Second Oak Leaf Cluster to the Army Commendation Medal to Lt. Col. Robert H. Peoples (left) during ceremonies marking Col. Peoples’ retirement from the Army.) 1949, 1950 (Photo: Lt. Col. Edmond P. Abood ’50 (right) receives Legion of Merit award from Brig. Gen. S. H. Matheson at ceremony in Vietnam, in recognition of the Colonel’s outstanding meritorious service as executive officer of the 1st Bn., 327th Infantry and C.O. of the brigade’s support battalion.) 1951-1954 (Photo: Major Richard R. Ambrosino ’57 (right) is congratulated by Brig. Gen. Robert C. Forbes following award of Legion of Merit at Long Binh, Vietnam for meritorious service from May 1966 to April 1967.) 1956, 1958-1966 LT. J.C. HOLLER ’64 TRAINS ARMY ‘MISFITS’ KLOTZ AND LAURENT JOIN FOOTBALL COACHING STAFF PROFESSOR HELMS RETIRES ROBERT BECKER JOINS STAFF COL. PHILLIPS NAMED ASST. TO PRESIDENT CAMPUS CALENDAR: July, August, September
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PMC Alumnus Vol. 13, #2.

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Date Range
September, 1967
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
PMC Colleges
Location
September, 1967, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
Date Range
September, 1967
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Series
Alumni - Publications
Institution
PMC Colleges
Location
September, 1967, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
Format
Magazines
Scope and Content
PMC Alumnus, The Pennsylvania Military College and Penn Morten College Alumni Bulletin. ALUMNI COOPERATION SOUGHT BY ADMISSIONS ROSE MCLAUGHLIN FUND ANNOUNCES FIRST AWARD $100 will be awarded to a student. Over $2,400 contributed by friends and family of Miss McLaughlin. Director of MacMorland center is confident $10,000 goal can be reached. EXCHANGE PROGRAM SET UP WITH ENGINEERING GRANT $86,485 awarded to Engineering Program, which will be used to establish a program of operation between the engineering school and industry. MESSAGE FROM ALUMNI ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT WILLIAM TURNER WITH PHOTO Discusses work of committees. Plans for HOMECOMING DAY October 28 COL. CLEARY APPOINTED COMMANDANT OF CADETS Retired from the Army after 14 years Col. Edward R. Cleary has been appointed Commandant of Cadets at Pennsylvania Military College. Col. Charles R. O’Hara, acting Commandant, was named as assistant to Col. Cleary. HAROLD HUGHES NAMED TO BOARD OF MANAGERS J. Harold Hughes, Jr. ’59 has accepted appointment to Board of Mangers of PMC Alumni Association Names other appointees. TALENT SEARCH Mrs. Carl F. Flood, assistant to Dean of Inter College Cultural Affairs seeking paintings by alumni for exhibit. SPORTS OUTLOOK NEAL JOINS ADMISSIONS AS ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR SCHROEDER JOINS STAFF OF DEVELOPMENT OFFICE with photo Appointment of C. Wilson Schroeder as associate director of Development Dr. Moll notes PMC has received total of $5.2 million dollars in grants and gifts during the last four years. IT’S NEWS ON CAMPUS A PERSONAL THING BY JACK MCCULLOUGH’59 DIRECTOR OF ALUMNI RELATIONS WITH PHOTO CLASS NOTES 1912 1915 1921 1926 1928 1931 1938 1943 1944 1949-1966 PHOTOS Promoted to U.S. Army Major, Frank L. Robinson ’58 beams as his wife, Lucretia, pins on his new insignia Capt. Lawrence M. Liss ’63 awarded Distinguished Flying Cross in ceremonies near Long Binh, Vietnam for his volunteer helicopter missions to fly in reinforcement troops and evacuate the wounded. Also pictured Lt. Gen. Fred C. Weyand, Commander II Fiel Force. 2/Lt. Dennis R.P. Isom ’66 is platoon leader with C.B, 1st Bn, 17th Inf.7th Inf. Div. 1/Lt. James I Wenlock ’65 completes eight week information officer basic course training in communications with the media, and related topics at Ft. Benjamin Harrison MAKE SOMEONE HAPPY! PMC Alumni chairs for sale COLLEEGE CALENDAR SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER
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PMC Alumnus, The
Alumni Magazine
Alumni Bulletin
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