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and female financial aid applicants with ex-
ceptional athletic ability will receive aid up
to financial need in the form of Coach Rec-
ommended Grants. Such recipients are
recommended to the faculty committee on
financial aid by the Director of Intercol-
legiate Athletics. The aid is renewable in
this form so long as need continues, the
recipient continues to participate in the Col-
lege's intercollegiate athletic program, and
he or she maintains a sound academic
record.

Supplemental Educational Opportunity
Grant — a grant program funded by the fed-
eral government and administered by the
College. The program is designed to assist
students from low-income families.

Gettysburg College Loan — a loan program
made available by Gettysburg College.



National Direct Student Loan — a loan pro-
gram funded by the federal government
and administered by the College.

College Work-Study Program — an employ-
ment program funded by the federal gov-
ernment and the College.

Grants need not be repaid, but the College
hopes that recipients will recognize that they
have incurred an obligation and will therefore
subsequently contribute as they can to help in-
sure that the benefits which they enjoyed will be
available to others.

Approximately one-fourth of the students re-
ceive financial assistance in some form from
the College. About one-half of the Gettysburg
College student body receives aid from the Col-
lege or other sources.

Rules governing all types of financial aid are
stated in the Summary of Regulations published
by the Dean of Students, and on the reverse
side of the Notification of Financial Aid.

ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS
(GRANTS-IN-AID) STUDENT AID

All students who apply for financial assistance
and are determined to have financial need will
be considered for these scholarships (grants-
in-aid). Recipients are selected by the College.

Richard A. Arms Scholarship Fund: The in-
come from a fund contributed by the Class of
1924 in memory of the Chairman of the Mathe-
matics Department (1 920-1 963) is awarded to a
worthy student.

Dr. Joseph B. Baker (1901) and Rena L. Baker
Scholarship Fund: The income from a fund
donated by the Woman's General League of
Gettysburg College is given to a needy and de-
serving student in the Music Department.

Dr. Ray Alfred Barnard (1915) Scholarship
Fund: The income from a fund provided by Dr.
Barnard is given to a male student from the Cen-
tral Pennsylvania Synod who is preparing for
the Lutheran ministry.

The Rev. Sydney E. Bateman (1887) Scholar-
ship Fund: The income from the fund is
awarded to a needy ministerial student.



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Belt Hess-Quay Scholarship Fund: The in-
come from a fund provided by Effie E. Hess Belt
(1 898) in commemoration of several relatives is
awarded as follows: first preference is given to
a member of Grace Lutheran Church,
Westminster, Maryland; second preference to
any other resident of Carroll County, Maryland,
who is pursuing theological studies at the Col-
lege; and third preference is given to any de-
serving student.

Jesse E. Benner (1907) and Minerva B. Benner
Scholarship Fund: The income from a bequest
is used to aid worthy students, preferably pre-
ministerial students.

Burton F. Blough Scholarship Fund: The in-
come from a fund contributed by a former
trustee is used to aid needy and deserving stu-
dents.

Edward B. Bullet (1923) Scholarship
Fund: The income from a fund contributed by
the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd,
Pearl River, New York, and friends in honor of
the Rev. Edward B. Buller is awarded to a de-
serving student, preference being given to a
student from Good Shepherd congregation.
Cambridge Rubber Foundation Scholarship
Fund: The income from the fund given by the
Foundation is awarded to a qualified male stu-
dent. First preference is given to an employee
or relative of an employee of Cambridge Rub-
ber. Second preference is given to a resident of
Adams or Carroll County.

Dr. Anthony G. Ciavarelli (1933) Scholarship
Foundation: The income from a scholarship
established by Dr. Anthony G. Ciavarelli is
awarded annually to a student (or students) who
demonstrates superior character, industry,
serious academic purpose, and financial need.
Preference to be given to a student preparing
for the medical profession. If there are no stu-
dents who demonstrate financial need (who are
preparing for the medical profession), then the
income may be used to aid other students who
demonstrate financial need. If there are no stu-
dents who demonstrate financial need, then the
College may use the income for any purpose it
determines.



Class of 1903, George S. Rentz Memorial
Fund: The income from the fund is used in
support of the College scholarship program.

Class of 1913 Scholarship Fund: The income
from the fund is awarded to a needy and de-
serving student.

Class of 1915 Scholarship Fund: The income
from the fund is awarded to a needy and deserv-
ing student.

Class of 1916 Scholarship Fund: The income
from the fund is awarded to a needy and deserv-
ing sophomore.

Class of 1917 Schmucker-Breidenbaugh Me-
morial Scholarship Fund: The income from the
fund is awarded to a needy and deserving stu-
dent or students.

Class of 1918 Scholarship Fund: The income
from the fund is awarded to a needy and deserv-
ing student.

Class of 1921 Scholarship Fund: The income
from the fund is awarded to a needy and deserv-
ing student.

W. K. Diehl (1886) Scholarship Fund: The in-
come from a fund created by Norman E. Diehl in
memory of his father, W. K. Diehl, D. D., is used
to provide scholarships to needy and deserving
students.

Jacob C. Eisenhart and Rosa Bott Eisenhart
Scholarship Fund: The income from a fund es-
tablished by the J. C. Eisenhart Wall Paper
Company is awarded to a deserving Lutheran
preministerial student.

Clarence A. Eyler (1880) and Myrtle B. Eyler
Scholarship Fund: The income from a bequest
is awarded to a worthy Lutheran preministerial
student.

Annie C. Felty Scholarship Fund: The income
from the fund is given to a needy and deserving
student.

Wilbur H. Fleck (1902) Memorial Scholarship
Fund: The income from a bequest is awarded
to a graduate cum laude of the Protestant faith
of the Wyoming Seminary.
Dr. Daniel F. Garland (1883) Scholarship
Fund: The income from the fund is awarded to
a deserving ministerial student.



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Richard W. Gaver (1966) Memorial Scholarship
Fund: The income from a fund contributed by
Dr. and Mrs. Leo J. Gaver in memory of their son
is awarded to a worthy student, preference
being given to a premedical student.

Dr. and Mrs. James E. Glenn Scholarship
Fund: The income from a fund contributed by
J. Donald Glenn (1923) in memory of his par-
ents is awarded to a worthy student preparing
for the Christian ministry or the medical profes-
sion.

Gordon-Davis Linen Supply Company Scholar-
ship Fund: The income from a fund contrib-
uted by the company is awarded to a deserving
student.

Grand Army of the Republic Living Memorial
Scholarship Fund: The income from a fund
donated by the Daughters of Union Veterans is
awarded to a needy and deserving student,
preferably the descendant of a Union veteran.

Ida E. Grover Scholarship Fund: The income
from a bequest is awarded to a needy and de-
serving student.

John Alfred Hamme (1918) Scholarship
Fund: The income from a fund given by Mr.
Hamme is awarded to a deserving student.

C. F. Hildebrand (1920) Scholarship
Fund: The income from a fund is used to aid
worthy preministerial students.
Edgar L. Hildebrand (1928) Scholarship
Fund: The income from a fund established by
Louis O. Hildebrand as a memorial to his son
Edgar L. Hildebrand is awarded each year to
worthy students of the College.

Dr. and Mrs. Leslie M. Kauffman Scholarship
Fund: The income from a fund donated by Dr.
Leslie M. (1890) and Nellie G. Kauffman is
awarded to a deserving student, preference
being given to students of Franklin County,
Pennsylvania, or preministerial or premedical
students.

Hon. Hiram H. Keller (1901) Scholarship
Fund: The income from a bequest by Mr. Kel-
ler, a former trustee, is granted on the basis of
need and ability, preferably to applicants from
Bucks County, Pennsylvania.



Alvin Ray Kirschner Scholarship Fund: The
fund was established by Mr. and Mrs. C. J.
Kirschner in memory of their son who lost his
life in World War I. The income from the fund is
awarded to two students, preference being
given to applicants from Hazelton and vicinity.
Applications for these scholarships should be
made directly to Mr. Carl E. Kirschner, Attorney
at Law, Northeastern Building, Hazelton, Penn-
sylvania 18201.

Klette Scholarship Fund: The income from a
fund established by Dr. Immanuel Klette (1939)
and friends in honor of Mrs. Margaret Klette, is
awarded to a student (or students) whose ac-
tivities evidence an innovative accomplishment
and potential in the promotion of human better-
ment.

The Rev. Frederick R. Knubel (1918) Memorial
Scholarship Fund: The income from a fund
given by John M. McCullough (1918) in memory
of his classmate, is awarded to an outstanding
senior ministerial student who has financial
need.

Clarence Gordon and Elfie Leatherman Schol-
arship Fund: The income from a fund given by
the Leathermans is awarded to a deserving
preministerial student.

The Rev. H. J. H. Lemcke (1860) Memorial
Scholarship Fund: The income from a fund
given by Ruth Evangeline Lemcke in memory of
her father is awarded to worthy male students
who are graduates of Pennsylvania secondary
schools.

Frank M. Long (1936) Memorial Scholarship
Fund: The income from a fund given in mem-
ory of Frank M. Long to worthy students.
Charles B. McCollough, Jr. Memorial Scholar-
ship Fund: The income from a fund provided
by Charles B. McCollough (1916) and Florence
McCollough in memory of their son and by H. R.
Earhart in memory of his grandnephew is
awarded to one or more worthy male students.
Charles H. May (1904) Scholarship Fund: The
income from a bequest by Mr. May is awarded
to deserving male students from York County,
Pennsylvania.



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Dr. John E. Meisenhelder (1897) Scholarship
Fund: The income from a bequest by Dr.
Meisenhelder is awarded to a deserving stu-
dent.

Forrest L. Mercer (1908) Scholarship
Fund: The income from a bequest by Forrest
L. Mercer is awarded to a deserving and needy
student.

J. Elsie Miller (1905) Scholarship Fund: The
income from a bequest by Mr. Miller is awarded
to a preministerial student.

Miller-Dewey Scholarship Fund: The income
from a bequest by the Rev. Adams B. Miller
(1873) is awarded to a deserving student.

Musselman Scholarship Fund: The income
from a fund established by The Musselman
Foundation, to be awarded to a deserving stu-
dent, with preference given to sons or daugh-
ters of employees of the Musselman Fruit Prod-
uct Division, Pet Incorporated.

John Spangler Nicholas (1916) Scholarship
Fund: The income from a bequest by John
Spangler Nicholas is awarded to a member of
the Junior or Senior Class of sterling character
and high intellectual ability in the Department
of Biology, preferably zoology.

Nellie Oiler and Bernard Oiler Memorial Schol-
arship Fund: The income from a bequest by
Ida R. Gray in memory of her daughter and son-
in-law is awarded to a deserving student, pref-
erence being given to a Lutheran applicant
from Waynesboro, Pennsylvania.

Lovina Openlander Scholarship Fund: The in-
come from the fund is awarded to needy and
deserving students.

The Lillian M. and William H. Patrick, Jr. (1916)
Scholarship Award: The income from a
bequest by William H. Patrick, Jr., is awarded
on a competitive basis to students with musical
ability.

Willard S. Paul Scholarship Fund: The income
from a fund contributed in his honor by friends
of the College on the occasion of President
Paul's retirement and thereafter awarded to a
deserving student.



Earl G. Ports (1923) Scholarship Fund: The in-
come from a fund provided by Horace G. Ports
(1925) in memory of his brother is awarded to a
worthy student, preferably in the Department of
Physics.

Rev. Clay E. Rice (1911) Scholarship
Fund: The income from a fund established by
Minnie Catherine Rice in honor of her husband,
Rev. Clay E. Rice, is awarded to a student
preparing for the ministry.

Lawrence E. Rost (1917) Fund: The income
from a fund established by Jeanne Preus Rost
in memory of her husband, Lawrence E. Rost, is
awarded to deserving students, descendants of
Charles A. Rost, Red Lion, York County, Penn-
sylvania, being given first consideration.

Philip P. Rudhart Scholarship Fund: The in-
come from a bequest by Emma Bennix in mem-
ory of her brother is awarded to deserving male
students.

Gregory Seckler (1965) Memorial Scholarship
Fund: The income from a fund given by Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Arnold Sr., in memory of Gregory
Seckler, is awarded to a deserving student,
preference being given to an English major.

Edgar Fahs Smith (1874) Scholarship: The in-
come from a fund provided by Margie A. Smith
in honor of her father, Edgar Fahs Smith, is
given to a student recommended by the
Chemistry Department.

Mary Ann Ocker Spital Scholarship Fund: The
income from a bequest is awarded to a quali-
fied male student.

Edward J. Stackpole Scholarship Fund: The
income from a fund contributed by the friends of
General Stackpole is awarded to a deserving
student, preference being given to a student in
American history interested in the Civil War.

The Rev. Milton H. Stine (1877) and Mary J.
Stine Memorial Scholarship Fund: The income
from a fund provided by Dr. Charles M. A. Stine
(1 901 ) in memory of his parents is awarded to a
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Dr. J. H. W. StucKenberg Scholarship Fund:
The income from a bequest by Dr. Stuckenberg
is awarded to a qualified student.

Warren L. Swope (1943) Scholarship
Fund: The income from a fund contributed by
Warren L. Swope, a career diplomat, is
awarded to a qualified student, preference
being shown to students of American parentage
who have spent a significant portion of their
pre-college years abroad.

Parker B. Wagnild Scholarship Fund: The in-
come from a fund contributed by alumni and
friends of the Gettysburg College Choir is given
to needy and deserving students in the Music
Department.

The Stuart Warrenfeltz Scholarship Fund: The
income from a bequest by Ethel Warrenfeltz
McHenry in memory of her son Stuart Warrenfeltz
is awarded to a worthy young man, preference
being given to students from Funkstown,
Washington County, Maryland.

Dr. Rufus B. Weaver (1862) Scholarship
Fund: The income from a bequest by Dr.
Weaver is awarded to deserving students.

Senator George L. Wellington Scholarship
Fund: The income from a bequest by Mr. Wel-
lington is awarded to a deserving Lutheran
preministerial student.

Richard C. Wetzel Scholarship: The income
from a fund contributed by Richard C. Wetzel is
awarded to a deserving and needy student.

Jeremiah A. Winter and Annie C. Winter Memo-
rial Scholarship Fund: The income from a fund
contributed by Amelia C. Winter in memory of
her parents is granted to a needy and deserving
student.

Norman S. Wolf (1904) Scholarship Fund: The
income from a fund contributed by Dr. Spur-
geon M. Keeny (1914) in honor of the Rev. Nor-
man S. Wolf is awarded to a worthy student,
preference being given to a student who is
fatherless.



LOAN FUNDS FOR STUDENTS

Alumni Loan Fund: Loans are available to
members of the Senior Class who have financial
need. The Alumni Loan Fund was established
by the Alumni Association and augmented by
individual and class contributions.

The Rev. Edward I. Morecraft (1924) Memorial
Loan Scholarship Fund: This fund was estab-
lished by the St. James Lutheran Church of
Stewart Manor, Long Island, in memory of its
former pastor.

Milton T. Nafey and Mary M. Nafey Student
Loan Fund: A bequest from the estate of Mary
M. Nafey provides a fund for student loans.

The Charles H. Rothfuss and Martha Huffman
Rothfuss Loan Scholarship Fund: This fund
was contributed by Dr. E. Lloyd Rothfuss (1916)
in memory of his parents.

OTHER AID FOR STUDENTS

Scholarships

AAL Lutheran Campus Scholarship: Aid As-
sociation for Lutherans makes available schol-
arship funds each year to assist needy students
who hold membership with the association.
Selection of recipients is made by the College.

Aero Oil Company Scholarship: The award
provided annually by the Aero Oil Company is
available to a needy and deserving student
from the area in which it operates.

Army RO TC Scholarships: Un ited States Army
Scholarships provide part or full tuition scholar-
ships to some students enrolling in the ROTC
program. After completing their education, stu-
dents enter active duty in the United States
Army as commissioned officers. Information on
these scholarships may be acquired by writing
to the Army ROTC, Gettysburg College, Gettys-
burg, Pa. 17325.

Frank D. Baker Scholarship Fund: An award
available to aid worthy students in immediate
need. Selection of recipients is made by the
College.



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Lutheran Brotherhood Lutheran Senior College
Scholarship: The scholarships are awarded to
Lutheran students who will begin their first year
of post-secondary study at Gettysburg College.
Recipients are selected by Gettysburg College
on the basis of scholastic achievement, reli-
gious leadership, and financial need.

Lutheran Brotherhood Members' Scholarship
Program: Established to assist Lutheran
Brotherhood members attending accredited
post-secondary institutions. Information is
available from Lutheran Brotherhood, 701 Sec-
ond Avenue South, Minneapolis, Minnesota
55402.

Guy L. Moser Fund: Mr. Guy L. Moser estab-
lished a trust fund to support grants to male
students from Berks County, Pennsylvania, who
are majoring in American history and who rank
in the upper third of their class. Applications for
these grants should be made directly to the Na-
tional Central Bank, 217 N. Sixth St., P.O. Box
639, Reading, Pennsylvania 19603.
Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Foundation
Scholarship Fund: The scholarship is
awarded preferentially to residents of New Jer-
sey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, or Maryland who
are of high character and ability.

Presser Foundation Scholarship: An award
provided by the Presser Foundation, Philadel-
phia, is given to a qualified student in the Music
Department.

Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War Schol-
arship: An award provided by the Sons of
Union Veterans is given to a worthy student.

Weaver - Bittinger Classical Scholarship: The
income from a trust created by Rufus M. Weaver
(1907) is awarded to a needy and deserving
student(s) who has demonstrated outstanding
academic achievement. Recipients are
selected by Gettysburg College.



State and Federal Scholarship Programs

Basic Educational Opportunity Grant: A fed-
eral grant program to enable students to attend
colleges and universities; awarded by the Of-
fice of Education.

State of Connecticut Scholarship: An award
given by the State of Connecticut to students
who are residents of Connecticut. The students
are selected on the basis of academic achieve-
ment and financial need. Information on these
scholarships should be acquired from the high
school guidance office.

New Jersey State Scholarship: An award
made available by the State of New Jersey to
residents of New Jersey. The recipients are
selected on the basis of financial need. Informa-
tion on these scholarships should be acquired
from the high school guidance office.

Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance
Agency Scholarship: An award given to stu-
dents who are residents of Pennsylvania. The
recipients are selected on the basis of financial
need. Information on these scholarships should
be acquired from the high school guidance of-
fice.

There are other states with scholarship and/or
grant programs. Further information may be
available at high school guidance offices.

State and Federal Loan Program

State Guaranteed Student Loan: Applications
for a loan under this program may be obtained
from a bank in the student's community. This is
a low-interest educational loan.



GETTYSBURG

Register




Dr. Charles E. Glassick
President



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Register



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 1 .

SAMUEL A. SCHRECKENGAUST (1973),

Chairman

Vice President - Corporate Counsel

Hershey Foods Corporation. Hershey,

Pennsylvania

LAVERN H. BRENNEMAN (1962-1974)

(1976), Vice Chairman

Chairman of the Board, York Shipley, Inc.

York, Pennsylvania

ANGELINE F. HAINES (1973), Secretary

Baltimore, Maryland

JOHN H. BAUM(1976)

Publisher and Vice President

The Patriot-News Company. Harrisburg,

Pennsylvania

JOHNZ. BOWERS (1977)
President, Macy Foundation.
New York, New York

HAROLD BRAYMAN (1969)
Wilmington, Delaware

HENRY T. BREAM (1972), Alumni Trustee
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

ALBERT R. BURKHARDT (1970), Maryland

Synod Trustee

Pastor, First Lutheran Church. Ellicott City,

Maryland

PAUL E. CLOUSER (1967), Central

Pennsylvania Synod Trustee

Attorney. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

RALPH W. COX (1972)

Manager, Connecticut General Life Insurance

Co.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania



GUY S. EDMISTON (1977), Central
Pennsylvania Synod Trustee
Secretary, Central Pennsylvania Synod
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania



WILLIAM S. EISENHART, JR.

Attorney. York, Pennsylvania



;1967)



CHARLES H. FALKLER (1973)

Senior Vice President and Regional

Administrator,

National Central Bank. York, Pennsylvania

PAUL L. FOLKEMER (1973), Maryland Synod

Trustee

Folkemer Photo Service. Ellicott City,

Maryland

CHARLES E. GLASSICK (1977), ex-officio
President, Gettysburg College. Gettysburg,
Pennsylvania

HENRY W. GRAYBILL, JR. (1977), Alumni

Trustee

Executive Vice President, Mutual Inspection

Bureau.

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

ROBERT D. HANSON (1974), Alumni Trustee

Attorney. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

JOHN A. HAUSER (1967)

Biglerville, Pennsylvania

ROBERT L. HOSKING (1976), Alumni Trustee

Vice President and General Manager,

WCAU-TV.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

EDWIN T. JOHNSON (1977)
President, The Johnson Companies.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania



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JUDITH W. KIP (1974), Alumni Trustee
Wyncote, Pennsylvania

MRS. JOSIAH W. KLINE (1962)
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

HOWARD J. McCARNEY (1958-1960) (1966),

ex-officio

President, Central Pennsylvania Synod,

Lutheran Church in America.

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

DAVID L McMORRIS, M.D. (1973), Alumni

Trustee

Physician. Williamsport, Pennsylvania

G. THOMAS MILLER (1963-1967) (1975),
Central Pennsylvania Synod Trustee
Attorney. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

JOHN M. MUSSELMAN (1968)
Attorney. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

RAMON R. NAUS (1975), Alumni Trustee
Chairman of the Board, Naus and Newlyn, Inc.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

THOMAS C. NORRIS (1974)

Vice-President, Operations, P.H. Glatfelter

Co.

Spring Grove, Pennsylvania

PAUL M. ORSO (1968), ex-officio
President, Maryland Synod,
Lutheran Church in America.
Baltimore, Maryland

JAMES A. PERROTT (1975), Alumni Trustee
Judge. Baltimore, Maryland

CARROLL W. ROYSTON (1973)
Attorney. Towson, Maryland

JOSEPH T. SIMPSON (1966)
President, Harsco Corporation.
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania



WALTER S. SMITH (1969), Central
Pennsylvania Synod Trustee
Pastor, Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church.
Manheim, Pennsylvania

F. WILLIAM SUNDERMAN, M.D. (1967)
Director, Institute for Clinical Sciences.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
DONALD M. SWOPE (1977)
Attorney. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

RAYMOND A. TAYLOR, M.D. (1966)
Radiologist, York Hospital. York, Pennsylvania

IRA WILLIAMS (1974)
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
CHARLES W. WOLF (1970)
Attorney. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

IRVIN G. ZIMMERMAN (1966)
Vice-President, The Bell Telephone Company
of Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania



'The dates following the names indicate years of previous service and
the beginning year of present service on the Board of Trustees



HONORARY LIFE TRUSTEES

John A. Apple
Paul H. Rhoads
John S. Rice
William H. B. Stevens



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ADMINISTRATION
(1977-78 Academic Year)

Charles E. Glassick 1977-

President

B.S., Franklin and Marshall College; M.A.,

Ph.D., Princeton University; D.Sc, University



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