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B.A., M.A., University of Pittsburgh.

Eugene F. Milone, Assistant Professor of Physics 1966-

B.A., Columbia College; M.S., Ph.D., Yale University.

Kenneth F. Mott, Assistant Professor of Political Science 1966-

B.A., Franklin and Marshall College; M.A., Lehigh University; Ph.D., Brown
University.

Norman K. Nunamaker, Assistant Professor of Music 1963-

B.A., Bowling Green State University; M.M., Ph.D., Indiana University.

William E. Parker, Assistant Professor of Chemistry 1968—

B.A., Haverford College; M.S., Ph.D., University of North Carolina.

Kenneth R. Raessler, Assistant Professor of Music 1963—

B.S., West Chester State College; M.M., Temple University; Ph.D., Michigan State
University.

Ray R. Reider, Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Education 1962-

B.A., Gettysburg College; M.Ed., The Pennsylvania State University.

Allen C. Schroeder, Assistant Professor in Biology 1968—

B.S., Loyola College; M.S., Ph.D., Catholic University of America.

Walter J. Scott, Assistant Professor of Physics 18 1959-

B.A., Swarthmore College; M.S., Lehigh University.

Major Howard R. Seamens, Assistant Professor of Aerospace Studies 1967-

B.A., Allegheny College; M.B.A., Syracuse University.

Howard G. Shoemaker, Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Education 1957—
B.A., Gettysburg College; M.A., Columbia University.

James F. Slaybaugh, Assistant Professor of Education 1964-

B.A., Roanoke College; M.Ed., The Pennsylvania State University.

Donald G. Tannenbaum, Assistant Professor of Political Science 1966-

B.B.A., M.A., The City College of The City University of New York.

Robert H. Trone, Assistant Professor of Religion 1956—

B.A., Gettysburg College; B.D., Yale Divinity School; M.A., The Catholic Uni-
versity of America.

Jams H. Weaner, Assistant Professor of Spanish 1957—

B.A., Mary Washington College of the University of Virginia; M.A., New York
University.

Dexter N. Weikel, Assistant Professor of Music 19 1962-

B.S., Susquehanna University; M.A., The Pennsylvania State University.

Capt. Gerald H. Wetzel, Assistant Professor in Military Science 1968—

B.S., The Pennsylvania State University.



ls On leave of absence, September, 1969-January, 1970
19 On leave of absence, 1969-1970



Faculty 183

John R. Winkelmann, Assistant Professor of Biology 1963-

B.S., University of Illinois; M.A., University of Michigan.

Robert B. Wright, Assistant Professor of Religion 1967-

B.A., Bob Jones University; B.D., Divinity School, Drake University; STM., Ph.D.,
Hartford Seminary Foundations.

INSTRUCTORS

Francis E. Belt, Instructor in Music 1966-

B.A., Western Maryland College; M.A., New York University.

Charles W. Chronister, Instructor in Health and Physical Education 1967-

B.S., M.Ed., East Stroudsburg State College.

Larry D. Egelund, Instructor in Sociology and Anthropology 1968-

B.S., Brigham Young University; M.A., University of Wyoming.

Cheryl R. Z. Flynn, Instructor in English 1967-

B.A., M.A., Bucknell University.

Gertrude G. Gobbel, Instructor in Psychology 1968-

B.S., The Pennsylvania State University; M.S., University of Illinois.

Amie V. Godman, Instructor in Romance Languages 1968-

A.B., Hood College; M.A., George Washington University.

Sherman S. Hendrix, Instructor in Biology 20 1964—

B.A., Gettysburg College; M.S., Florida State University.

Donald W. Hinrichs, Instructor in Sociology and Anthropology 1968—

B.A., Western Maryland College; M.A., University of Maryland.

Maria-Elena Lacoste, Instructor in Romance Languages 1967-

Graduate of Instituto Superior Del Professorado, University of Buenos Aires.

Lawrence D. Lowenthal, Instructor in English 1966—

B.A., M.A., Northwestern University.

Elizabeth B. Martin, Instructor in History 1968-

B.A., Wayne State University; M.A., University of Rochester.

James P. Myers, Jr., Instructor in English 1968—

B.S., La Moyne College, N.Y.; M.A., University of Arizona.

Howard C. Parks, Instructor in Classics 1966-

B.A., Kenyon College.

George I. Pike, Instructor in Sociology and Anthropology 21 1966-

B.A., University of Vermont; M.A., Northwestern University.

Charles J. Pineno, Instructor in Economics and Business Administration 1968-

B.S., The Pennsylvania State University; M.A., University of Scranton.

Frank J. Pukl III, Instructor in Philosophy 1967-

A.B., M.A., West Virginia University.



-"On leave of absence, 1968-1969
-''Medical leave of absence, 1968-1969



184 Faculty

Deborah D. Putzey, Instructor in Sociology and Anthropology 1968-

B.A., M.A., University of Wisconsin.

Constance L. Reid, Instructor in German 1964-

B.A., Southern Methodist University; M.A., Indiana University.

Michael L. Ritterson, Instructor in German and Russian 1968-

B.A., Franklin and Marshall College.

Joseph R. Scheer, Instructor in Political Science 1967-

B.A., St. Charles Borromeo Seminary; M.A., University of Pennsylvania.

Clayton J. Shaw, Instructor in Art 1968-

B.A., M.A., San Francisco State College.

K. Bruce Sherbine, Instructor in Biology 1968-

A.B., Gettysburg College; M.S., Temple University.

James J. Sheridan, Instructor in Psychology 1968-

B.S., Holy Cross College; MA., University of Windsor.

Alden C. Small, Instructor in Political Science 1968-

B.A., Oberlin College; M.A., Tufts University.

Robert D. Smith, Instructor in Health and Physical Education 1965-

B.A., Gettysburg College.

Roger L. Smith, Instructor in English 1965-

B.A., Wabash College.

Horst Sylvester, Instructor in Economics 2 ' 1963-

B.A., Gettysburg College; M.B.A., University of Michigan.

Janet S. Wickerham, Instructor in Health and Physical Education 1967-

B.S., B.A., Ursinus College.

B. Lane Wilkinson, Instructor in Romance Languages and Literatures 1967-

B.A., University of Delaware; M.A., Middlebury College.

Robert F. Zellner, Instructor in Music 1968-

B.S., West Chester State College; M.A., Lehigh University.

LECTURERS

Mary T. Baskerville, English

B.A., Hunter College; M.A., Columbia University.

Janet Gemmill, History

B.A., Bucknell University; M.A., University of Michigan.

Jean Anne Hartzell, English
B.A., Gettysburg College.

Jennifer M. Railing, Economics and Business Administration
LL.B. (Upper Second Class Honours), University of London.

Rev. Frederick S. Weiser, Religion

A.B., Gettysburg College; B.D., Lutheran Theological Seminary, Gettysburg; S.T.M.
Lutheran Theological Seminary, Philadelphia.



-On leave of absence, 1968-1970



Faculty 185



PRIVATE INSTRUCTOR IN APPLIED MUSIC

Toini E. Heikkinen, Organ and Piano

B.M., Oberlin Conservatory of Music; M.M., Peabody Institute of Music.

ASSISTANTS

JjuDith A. Annis, Health and Physical Education
/B.A., State College of Iowa.

Betty Barnes, Biology

A.B., Winthrop College; M.A., Duke University.

Shirlee S. Cavaliere, Biology

B.A., Butler University; M.S., Arizona State University.

Trocelia W. Coulter, Biology

B.A., Drake University; M.A., University of Iowa.

Elizabeth W. Daniels, Biology
B.S., Miami University.

Martha Hinrichs, Biology

B.A., Western Maryland College.

Barbara L. Platt, Biology and Psychology

B.S., Allegheny College; M.A., Ohio State University.

Helen J. Winkelmann, Biology

B.A., Notre Dame College of Staten Island; M.S., University of Michigan.

ASSISTANT INSTRUCTORS

S/Sgt. David A. Achey, Assistant Instructor in Aerospace Studies

MSG Harry F. Bailey, Assistant Instructor in Military Science

S/Sgt. Victor J. Brow, Assistant Instructor in Military Science

S/Sgt. David M. Fullmer, Assistant Instructor in Military Science

Lillian Jackson, Assistant Instructor in Chemistry
B.A., Wheaton College, Mass.; M.A., Bryn Mawr.

T/Sgt. James L. Roberson, Assistant Instructor in Aerospace Studies

1 SG Benjamin C. Rowe, Assistant Instructor in Military Science




186 Statistical Summary



Statistical Summary



STUDENTS IN COLLEGE





First Semester




Fu


tsT Semester




1967-1968








1968-1969






Men


Women


Total


Men


Women


Total


Seniors


280


159


439


304


138


442


Juniors


309


139


448


298


138


436


Sophomores


313


146


459


300


161


461


Freshmen


333


180


513


364


162


526


Special


5


11


16


3


15


18



Total



1240



635



1875



1269



614



1883



GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION — FULL TIME STUDENTS



First Semester





1967-1968




Students


Pennsylvania
New Jersey
New York


710
459
230


Maryland
Connecticut


180
100


Massachusetts


42


Virginia
Delaware


38

25


Ohio


16


Washington, D.C.
Florida


8
8


Rhode Island


7


New Hampshire
Wisconsin


5
5


Illinois


4


Maine


4


Fourteen other states


20


Ten other states




Seven foreign countries


8



1869



First Semester

1968-1969

Students

696

474

217

181

99

54

28

23

16

6

10



3

5
4

25
7

1864



Index



Academic Program 13-29

Academic Regulations and Honors 73-81

Academic Standing 75

Accreditation 1 1

Activities, Student 42-45

Administration 173-174

Administrative Offices 2, 52

Directory 191
Admissions 55

Application 56

Requirements for 55

Transfer Students 59
Advanced Placement 58
Advising, Academic 16
Air Force ROTC, Courses in 160
Alcoholic Beverages 49
Alumni 10, 170
Alumni Loan Fund 71
Anthropology, Courses in 169
Army ROTC, Courses in 160
Art, Courses in 84-88
Asian Studies, Courses in 22, 89-90
Astronomy see Physics
Athletic Facilities 52
Athletics 45, 46
Attendance, Class 73-74
Automobiles 49
Awards 77-81

B

Bachelor of Arts, Requirements for 17
Bachelor of Science in Music Education,

Requirements for 25
Bands 40

Biology, Courses in 90-93
Board 63

Board of Trustees 171
Bookstore 64
Buildings 49-53
Business Administration, Courses in

102-107



Calendar, Academic 4-5

Cultural Events 38-39
Campus Life 31



Career Opportunities

See Departmental Introductions to

Courses of Instructions
Certification, Requirements for Public

School Teaching 23-27
Chapel Services 32-33
Chemistry, Courses in 94-98
Choirs 40

Class Attendance 73
Classics, Courses in 98-101
Classroom Buildings 51
Collections

Art 50

American Civil War 50

Special Library 50
College Entrance Examinations 55, 57, 59
College Scholarship Service 65
Comprehensive Examination 17
Comprehensive Academic Fee 61
Computer Facilities 51
Concentration Requirements 15, 17, 18
Conduct, Student 48, 73
Cooperative Programs

Forestry 27

Washington Semester 21
Costs, College 61
Counseling, Personal 47

See also Advising
Course Units 17
Courses of Instruction 83
Credit, Course 17
Cultural Activities 36
Curriculum 13, 84-169

D

Dance, Modern 40

Dean's Honor List 77

Debate Council 42

Degree Requirements 15, 17, 20

Exemptions from 20
Degrees 13

Dining Accommodations 32
Distribution Requirements 15, 17-18
Dormitories 31, 53, 63
Dramatics 40



187



Index



Economics, Courses in 102-107
Education, Courses in 107-109

Education Terms 23
Electives 15

Elementary Education 24
English, Courses in 110-117
Enrollment Statistics 186
Entrance Requirements 55-56
Examinations

Entrance 55

Graduate Record 48
Expenses, College 61



History, Courses in 127-131
History of Gettysburg College 9-11
Honor Commission 35 s
Honor System 73
Honorary Organizations 42
Honors 76-77

I

Independent Study 21

India Institute 22

Infirmary 47

Insurance 64

Insured Tuition Payment Plan 63

Interfraternity Council 36



Facilities 49-53
Faculty 175-185
Fees

Admissions Applications 56

Board 61

Comprehensive Academic 61

Music Lesson 139

Part-Time Students 62

Room 61

Transcript 64
Film Series 38-39, 44
Financial Aid 65

Forestry Program, Cooperative 27
Four-one-Four Program 13
Fraternities

Honorary 43

Professional 43

Social 45
French, Courses in 162-163
Freshman Program, 19



General Education Courses 118-120
Geographical Distribution of Students 186
German, Courses in 120-122
Gettysburg Review, The 42
Gettysburgian, The 41
Government Loans 71
Grading System 75
Graduate Record Examination 48
Graduate School Preparation

See also Departmental Introductions

to Courses of Instruction
Greek, Courses in 99-100
Guidance Services 47



J

January term 13, 22

Junior Year Abroad 22



Laboratory Facilities 51

Latin, Courses in 100-101

Lectures 36

Liberal Arts Program 13

Libraries 49

Living Accommodations 31

Loan Funds 71

Lutheran Church in America 9, 10

M

Major Courses of Study 15, 17
Major Requirements 18
Marriages, Student 49
Mathematics, Courses in 132-135
Mercury, The 41
Military Science, Courses in 160
Music, Courses in 135-140
Music Education, Requirements for

Bachelor of Science in 25
Musical Activities 40

O

Observatory 51

Off-Campus Study 21

Offices, Administrative 2, 191

Orchestra 40

Organizations and Activities, Student

42-45
Orientation Program 16



H

Health, Courses in 123-126
Health Service 47



Panhellenic Council 36
Parent Life Insurance 63



Index 189



Part-Time Students 62

Payment of Bills 62

Performing Arts 37

Phi Beta Kappa 42

Philosophy, Courses in 140-143

Physical Education, Courses in 123-126

Physics, Courses in 143-147

Placement 48

Placement Tests 16

Planetarium 51

Political Science, Courses in 148-151

Predental Preparation 27

Prelaw Preparation 27

Premedical Preparation 27

Prizes and Awards, See Awards 77-81

Probation, Academic 75

Psychology, Courses in 151-155

Publication, Student 41-42



Quality Point Grade System 75



Radio Station, Student 42
Readmissions 75
Refunds 63
Registration 73
Regulations

Academic 73

Board and Room 63

Course Schedule 20

Payment of Bills 62

Student Conduct 48-49
Religion, Courses in 155-159
Religious Life 32
Requirements

Admission 55

Bachelor of Arts Degree 17

Bachelor of Science Degree in Music
Education 25

Concentration 15, 17, 18

Distribution 15, 17, 18

Teaching Certification 23-27
Reserve Officers' Training Corps, Courses

in, 160
Reserve Officers' Training Corps Program

28-29
Residence Requirements 20
Residence Halls 63, 191, 31, 53
Romance Languages, Courses in 161-165
Room Rents 61
Rooms 31, 53



Rules See Regulations
Russian, Courses in 123



Schedule Limitations 20

Scholarships 65-71

Scholastic Aptitude Tests 55, 57

Secondary Education 23

Seminar in Culture of Japan 22

Sociology and Anthropology, Courses in

166-169
Sororities, Social 45
Spanish, Courses in 163-165
Spectrum, The 42
Speech, Courses in 116
Statistical Summary 186
Student Communication Media 41
Student Conduct 48
Student Conduct Board 35
Student Government 34
Student Organizations 42
Student Senate 34
Student Services, Student Health Services

47
Student Union Building 44
Students, Geographical Distribution 186
Summer Session, Admission 59
Swimming Pool 44



Test

Achievement 55, 57

Advanced Placement 58
Teacher Certification 23-27
Teacher Placement 48
Teacher Training 23-27
Theatre Arts, Courses in 116-117
Transfer Credit 74
Transfer Students 59
Transcripts 64
Trustees, Board of 171

V

Veterans 62

W

Washington Semester 21

Withdrawal of Students 75

Woman's League of Gettysburg College

49
Women's Student Government Council 35
Work Opportunities, Student 66




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DIRECTORY

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES Location

President Glatfelter

Admissions White House

Alumni Plank Gym

Athletic Director Physical Education

Bursar Weidensall

Business Manager Business Office

Chaplain Christ Chapel

Dean of College White House

Dean of Students Glatfelter

Development Plank Gym

Guidance-Placement Plank Gym

Maintenance West

Public Relations Plank Gym

Registrar Glatfelter

Student Senate Student Union

ACADEMIC OFFICES

Art Christ Chapel

Bible Literature, Religion Glatfelter

Biology McCreary

Chemistry Breidenbaugh

Economics, Business Adm Glatfelter

Education Stahley

English Glatfelter

English Stahley

French McKnight

German McKnight

Greek Classics

Health, Physical Ed.

Men Physical Education

Women Plank Gym

History Weidensall

Latin Classics

Mathematics Stahley

Music Brua

Philosophy Weidensall

Physics, Planetarium Masters

Political Science White House

Psychology McCreary

ROTC West

Russian McKnight

Spanish McKnight

Sociology-Anthropology McCreary

Speech Glatfelter



RESIDENCE HAL


LS


MEN


WOMEN


Apple


Hanson


Paul


Huber


Rice


Musselman


Stine


Patrick




Stevens



SERVICES Location

Bookstore Student Union

Health Service Infirmary

Post Office Student Union

Snack Bar Student Union



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