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Images Donate icon An illustration of a heart shape Donate Ellipses icon An illustration of text ellipses. Ralph Waldo Emerson 5 To be glad of life because it gives you the chance to love and work and to play and look at the stars, 7 To be satisHed with your possessions but not contented with yourself until you have made the best of them 8 10 11 To be governed by your admirations, rather than by your disgusts. Of these lovely ladies. Miss Susan Johnston was selected queen. She was crowned at the Centennial Bowl held at Shepherd in the fall of Some pre-season running to get in shape.
It was a season that saw the Rams capture their first four games, upset strong opponents, and provide excitement even in defeat. In the Centennial year of College Football, Shepherd experienced a season that exceeded almost everyone's expectations. Strong individual efforts earned honors for Gary Hall, who was voted all W.
With an outstanding freshman squad. Shepherd's football futures are bright for seasons to come. Pre-season drills make a good team. Two years an all-conference player, Ray ended his football career with a winning season. Halfback Gary McEldowney completed his college football career despite some injury. Determination and ability characterize this se- nior's performance. Senior Bill Lewis turned in an outstanding performance as a defensive end.
His tackles prevented many goals. The Shepherd College Rams lose five outstanding players this year. Over Ladies seeking nsa Riverton WestVirginia 26814 past four years, these men have given the Rams many victories. Their determina- tion, skill, and agility will be missed. Shepherd College would like to take this opportunity to wish them luck in the future years and thank them for their awe inspir- ing performances. Senior Gary Hall was Shepherd's contribution to the W. A versatile player, Gary's place will be difficult to fill. Bob Denton scored many Shepherd touchdowns in his four years.
His quick hands and speed gave the Rams numerous victories. Talking things over. Coach Starkey hoping for another win. Let's go Rams! In fact, the Rams broke three other team records and two individual records. The records set were for the most field goals attempted in one season —to better the old record of Also, the most field goals made in one season —breaking the record of The team scored the most points in one season — in 26 games to surpass the old mark of points in 27 games. Mike Green succeeded in outscoring Gary Pha- len's record of field goals made, to He also attempted 37 more field goals than any other player before him.
The beginning of the season promised a bright future. After scoring better than points in each of the first four games, the Rams seemed ready for action. Per- haps the last game of the season was the greatest, when the Rams came within three points of defeat- ing the tough foe, Baltimore University.
The Rams were eliminated in the first round of play by West Liberty with a score of The whole season was a tribute to the entire team for their cooperative effort and unselfish team play. Being Coach Starkey's second season at Shepherd, the records set show great promise for the Coach as well as his team. The hustling and stealing was exceeded by only the excite- ment. Tom Dickman connects for two. Dave Rogers aims to boost the score. The setting of two individual scoring records, as well as the setting of four team records, highlighted the winning season. John guarding tight. Lard blocks a shot.
Pic goes for two from underneath. The team was especially proud upon beating Baltimore University twice. Bob Terrell tries to outmaneuver his opponent. The Rams go up for two. Rick Stouffer jumps alone. Although the team had lost the services of several of their top swim- mers and a diver, they made an excellent showing for the college.
The prospects for next season look bright with such talented freshmen as Jeff Rhodes, who broke a school record in the yd. The highlight of the season came during the Rams' last meet with Georgetown. Ladies seeking nsa Riverton WestVirginia 26814 missed scoring an upset victory over Georgetown by 2 points.
Well, Coach Feiger, next year is another season and another chance for victory. Steve Gershman's butterfly stroke really looks easy. Wilbur, co-captain of the swim team. Roger pikes for his dive. Despite a losing season the Rams managed to place six men in the top 20 batters of the W. They were Larry Hott with a. How- ever, the Rams have several outstanding freshmen re- turning next season. Good luck next year, Coach Riggle- man. Pitcher Bernie Hott aims for a strike.
The team placed second at the Triangular meet with Frostburg and East- ern Mennonite. Shepherd also placed second in a Tri- angular meet with Towson and Johns Hopkins. At the W. Shepherd's track team has continued to grow for the past two years, and it is expected that next year will be an even greater year for the team.
Senior Gary Hall finishes first. Clearing the high jump in excellent form. Denise le a cheer for the team. Seated: Linda Frame; Lynn Fishers, secretaries. The program offered a variety of sports for the men to participate in. The champions of touch football were the Moose; of volleyball were the Groovey Group; the seasonal football winners were the Ichabons; basketball champs were the Knicks; softball champs were the Moose; and the foul shooting champion was Jack Cole. They are as follows: President Nancy Norman V. President Cindy Haugh Rec. Secretary Kathy Snyder Corr.
Secretary Sherry Miller The Association offers a variety of sports including field hockey, soccer, volleyball, basketball, table tennis, Softball, horseback riding, bowling, swimming, bad- minton, archery, and tennis.
The purpose of the organization is to provide an opportunity to every woman student on campus to ac- tively participate in intramural sports. Through this participation, good sportsmanship and good citizenship are encouraged.
The women of Shepherd would like to express their gratitude to Miss Beverly Holden, the advisor, for her invaluable assistance. Miss Beverly Holden, Advisor. Presentation of awards concludes the day's activities. The program included Coach Ed Perry, Navy's wrestling coach as guest speaker.
Coaches from the area were also present. This banquet honors the senior athletes in every sport. Bill Kopp was given special recog- nition for his services as a trainer for the athletic teams. Two other athletes were honored for their outstanding talent and ability. Who sits through rain, freezing cold, sizzling heat? Who endangers his life by sitting on the edge of the court? Who is always willing to lend a hand when needed?
Without loyal supporters, athletics would lose their value. The players need the backing that loyal fans can give. It is surprising what a little encouragement can do. Before a game or meet, a player likes to hear that enthusiastic "good luck," which says you can do it, win for us, We Care. The coaches and athletes would like to thank the fans for their decorated locker rooms, banners, purple bubble gum, and support through the year.
K Shepherd stu- dents continue in their enthusiasm, a losing season will never be known. Fans crowd into the stadium.
TKEs and Deltasigs rally for the Rams. Coach's Corner. The Rams play for a full house. The fans lend a hand at a track meet. The Senate meets weekly to discuss and act upon student- sponsored activities and grievances.
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