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Lecture: Mr. P. Meek of 
Sikoresky Aircraft. 



Here is my song for the asking This is my tune for the taking 
Ask me and I will play Take it, don't turn away 

So sweetly, I'll make you smile. I've been waiting all my life. 




John Sader, John Ryan, Chris Plummer, Ellen Glosser. 



Thinking it over, I've been sad 
Thinking it over, I'd be more than glad 
To change my ways for the asking 



Ask me and I will play 

All the love that I hold inside. 




Jerry Petrecca, Peter Lawson, Gary Bianchi performing 
at Alpha Phi Omega Coffeehaus. 



You only go around once in life . . 



TKE's doing their thing in their natural state of mind. Jack Geddes, Frank, Dave, John Martucci, Billy Stapleton. 




so grab for all the gusto you can get! 



NERDS doing their thing in SOME sort of mind. Kevin Meehan, Richard Veilleux, "Freak, " Tony Crocamo. 




Claudia Stephens and "Freak" 








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HOMECOMING 1971 



— Cheerleaders — Glory 
George, Marie Magnoli, 
Cheryl McHugh, Susan 
Lucibelli, Carolyn Prato, 
"Clancy" Walsh, Barbara 
Quinn. 





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S-U-C-C-E-S-S — Thai's the way we spell Success! 
V-I-C-T-O-R-Y - Victory, Victory, that's our cry! 





The Baseball Team started the day with a 2-1 victory over arch- 
rival Quinnipiac College. On the nir\th-ir\ning, junior shortstop 
Mark Kilmurray scored the winning home run. In the afternoon. 
Charger's Soccer Team posted its fourth straight shut out behind 
Co-Captain and Goalie Joseph DiCostanzo with a 5-0 win over C. 
W. Post. Sophomore Neville Brown paced the attack with 2 goals 
followed by Kelvin Hazzard, Ruben Salas, and Ike Lieberman 
with single tallies. 



Neville Brown - UNH's Black Pearl 
Superstar. 



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Coach McHugh tells it like it is. 



The day's activities were concluded 
when the Club Football Team posted 
its first win of the season with a 48-0 
rout over Lowell Tech. The day's ac- 
tivities combined with the dedication 
of our $1.8 million Phys Ed Building. 







Rav Connolly — ("Dotes") dis- 
plays graceful form. 



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Makin' friends for the world to see 

Let the people know you got what you need with 

A friend on hand you will see the light 

Your friends are there, then everything's all right 




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Shelley" Spaulding. 



Chris Tigano 




When I was young and they packed me off to school 

And they taught me how not to play the game 
I didn't mind if they groomed me for success 

Or if they said that I was just a fool 
So I left there in the morning with their God tucked underneath my arm 

Their half-assed smiles and the Book of Rules 










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DANCE FOR THOSE 



Howie Nitchke and Betsy Gilbert dancing up a storm 




WHO CANT 




Lynn DiLieto and Howard Nitchke represented UNH the 
Second Annual "Dance For Those Who Dance Marathon" 
for Muscular Dystrophy were in competition with 18 other 
schools and the winner was based on money each school col- 
lected. UNH came in 18th place. Many notable personalities 
performed to keep the dancers going. 



(Can you hear and do you 

care and can't you see 

we must be free to teach 

our children what you 

believe in, make a world 

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Frank Grazioso, New Haven 
Attorney, Public Interest 
Law 



Scheduled for the Spring Semester: Bill Haley] 
and the Comets, Seals and Crofts, The Marc-i 
Almond Band, and John Kolisch, master mental- 
ist and hypnotist. Fleetwood Mac, Savoy Brown 
& John Baldry will give a concert in March, spon- 
sored by The Day Student Government. 



Reed Banson "John Birch Society' 




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Irving Stolberg, New Haven State Representa- q Masterson, Wood Seminar 

tive, on Continuing State Tax Crisis' 



Uncle Dirty 




English Club.STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Robert Adamski, Professor Bertrand 
Mathieu — Faculty Advisor, Professor Lynn Hagman, Professor Ramona Beeken, Pro- 
fessor Kay Stevenson, Professor Carroll Cole, Chris Hogan. SEATED, LEFT TO 
RIGHT: Phyllis Ceccolini — Co-President, Ellen Glosser, Craig Whitham. Members 
Not Present: Professor Srilekha Bell, Anthony Crocamo, Robert Finley, Tony Lacerda, 
George Montano, Professor Douglas Robillard, Arnold Zaglauer, Jim Zaino — Co- 
President. 



The major objective of the University of 
New Haven's EngHsh Club is to pronnote a 
sincere interest in Uterature among the stu- 
dents and to create a desire for a better 
understanding of all its forms. We intend to 
provide a congenial atmosphere for the dis- 
cussion of literature, and to sponsor lectures, 
readings and other related activities. One of 
our major goals each semester is to publish a 
magazine which represents the creative writ- 
ings of the student body. Through the merits 
of this club we hope to enhance the image of 
the university and bring credit to its student 
body. 



(American Society of Mechanical Engineers) 



A. S. M. E. 

The Student Section of A. S. M. E. is 
primarily concerned with the improvement 
of the field of mechanical engineering on a 
student basis with an emphasis on ecologi- 
cal needs. It also introduced the members of 
the A. S. M. E. to the people currently in- 
volved in the field today. The Society's 
functions promote a closer relationship 
between the students and practicing engi- 
neers for the benefit of both. 



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(L-R): Art Mantlik, Chip Silvestri, Henry Ellenbast, Frank M. Rose, Frank Dwarak, Jeff Golarz, Ed 
Armstrong, Ralph Barone, Fred Blakeslee, Ed Stapleton, Bob Stango (Secretary). Officers: Harold 
Ryder, President; Jeff Golarz, Vice-President; Bob Stango, Secretary. 




D.S.G. 



(Day Student 

Government) 

Our hard-working Day Student 

Government in action. 



Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity is the de- 
velopment of the oldest fraternal organi- 
zation on the University campus. The 
International motivates individuals to 
their highest capacity and is an inspira- 
tion for men to achieve high ideals, noble 
actions, and outstanding scholastic 
achievement. As an organization, it is an 
outlet for all male college students to 
mold their inner thoughts and to obtain 
the realization of true friendship and 
brotherhood. 













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FRONT ROW (L-R): Debbie Piscitelli, 
Ann Ciarlone, Chris Tigano, Marie 
Magnoli, Glory George. BACK ROW 
(L-R): Rhonda Mills. Julie McManus, 
Alethea Tenedine, Mindy Medway, Ellen 
Glosser. Barbara Pelluse, Kathy Kear- 
ney. Missing: Lyn Hottes, Josephine 
Marotta. 



Leadership, Friendship, Serv- 
ice, the bywords of U.N.H.'s 
oldest service fraternity. Coffee 
Hauses, blood drives, Campus 
Queen, Orientation, the actions 
of U.N.H.'s Brotherhood of 
Alpha Phi Omega. 



TEO 



FIRST ROW (L-R): Art LaMontagne, Charlie Rosabianca 
(Pledgemaster), Rich Grich (President), Greg Losee (Secre- 
tary). SECOND ROW (L-R): Dick Drew, Al Ambrossini, 
Mike Epstein, Donny OHara, Mark Worley. THIRD 
ROW: Kevin Falcioni, Ray Tilki, Ed Drew, Mike Mc- 
Grath, Bob Reutenauer, Danny Burban. FOURTH ROW: 
Bill Swatkowski, Dave Villa, Bruce Lieberman, Chris 
DeLeone, Joe Lovallo, Joe Rosabianca. Missing: John Rie- 
ger (Vice-President), Andy Passarelli (Treasurer), Tom 
Marchessault, Paul Bourdan, Wayne Ciano, Garry Grant, 
Oleh Podryhula, Carl Scarpelli, Kevin Monohan. 

Chi Kappa Rho, service sorority of UNH is 
the oldest sorority on campus. During nine 
years of existence along with providing a so- 
cial life for the women on campus, we have 
also been of service to the Salvation Army, the 
Virginia M. Parker Scholarship Fund, and the 
UNH Library Building Fund. We hold annual 
projects such as the Thanksgiving Basket, 
Toys for Tots, and our Annual Card Party- 
Fashion Show held in May, mixers, and bake 
sales. 




Ai,^ ^^ (L-R): J. Mohs, P. Esrok, T. Branco, W. E. Lawson, 6. Bruce, H. J. Ryder, J. Petrecca, 
C|) ^^ J Golarz, S. Dykty, D. DeLucia,J DiMaio. 



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Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity is 
the second oldest national 
social fraternity on campus. 
Sponsoring social events is 
the prime concern of the 
brothers. Service projects, 
however, also play a large role 
in ZBT. Collecting money for 
Muscular Dystrophy and the 
Library Building Fund-Rais- 
ing Committee are two pro- 
jects the brothers are involved 
with every year. 



'V O T^ FRONT ROW (L-R): Ted Kunkel, Dennis Hart, Gary Hodgdon, Gary Rosenberg, 

Zy Ij I Michael Ferrucci. BACK ROW (L-R): Stan Hall, Gene Telker, Frank A. Rodrigues, 
Joseph Fazzino, Richard Losh. 



Tau Kappa Epsilon, International Fraternity, is a network of 
individual chapters throughout the United States and Canada. 
The philosophy that motivates men to band into groups, that of 
being able to accomplish things as a unit that would be unattain- 
able as individuals, is also the impelling force that causes individ- 
uals to join together into this international society. 

Tau Kappa Epsilon has gained a position of strength - not by 
luck or lowered standards - but by detailed planning, devoted 
service, and spirit that has characterized TEKE from its beginning 
and farsighted leaders who have had the fortitude to accept the 
challenge of the unknown. 





TKE 



KNEELING (L-R): Bob Hardy, Phil Pessina, Rich Rowe, Paul Guarino 
Steve Farruggio. SECOND ROW, SEATED (L-R): Rich Varga, John 
Martucci, Brian Hutchinson, Dave Roche, Dave Nana, Mike D- 
Eugenio, John Hunn. THIRD ROW, STANDING (L-R): Bill Stapleton, 
Frank Murphy, John Swidrak, Rich Mingrone, Kevin Denny Tom For- 
tune. FOURTH ROW, STANDING (L-R): Jim Vaspasiano, Steve Ben- 
ko. Chuck Livellini, Ray Sutyak, Tony Simonelli, Bob Cangelosi. 



Chapel, Dwight, and Whalley conferences on the 
stairs Frisbee on the lawn . high on the green a 

generation lost and spaced 



UFO 



Unlimited Freak Outs 



Up Against The Wall: Sundo, The Bear, Diane, The Rifton Rebel, Larry Stephen 

Katz", Footsie, Diddy, Big Daddy, DiCo, Al. 
Up Close: Squeek, Dirty Harry, Jimmie, Sunan. 

Outta- Sight: Jesus, Harry Krishna, Speedo, Half-A-Head, Debbie Pow-Wow Spear 
Head, Hot-Turia Linda, Bobby-On-The-Flute, Ponch, Hens, Jay, The Horizontal Man 
Lynn Fonda, Abe, The Admiral Baccala, Beppo The Drawf , Therese Cliff Aqualung 




Evening Student Council Christmas Party. 



KoKo The Clown and Friends at the Christmas Party . 




Evening Student Council L-R: Ronald Kelly, Night Beat Chairman; Morton Evening Student Council Officers L-R: E. James Kazaleh, Vice President; 
Denerstein, Faculty-Student Relations Chairman, Mary Ann Mikosky, Social Austin Ford, President, Lydia Romanik, Secretary; James Criscuola, 
Chairman; Esther Tafler, Representative; Lydia Romanik, Secretary, Frank Cas- Treasurer, 
sello. Representative; Austin Ford, President; James Criscuola, Treasurer; E. J. 
Kazaleh. Missing: Fiore Carusello, Representative; Raymond Flinn, Representa- 
tive; Mary Ann Machoevski, Representative. 



Evening Student Council 




Evening Student Council Spring Dance held on Saturday, February lb at Rapp s Paradise Inn, Ansonia, Connecticut. 

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Easter Seal Drive 



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The Annual Easter Seal Campus Queen is not just another 
ordinary queen. After winning the Contest, our Queen 
represents the school in a tri-school contest against Southern 
Connecticut State College and Quinnipiac College. Groups from 
each school raises money for Easter Seals in the name of their 
Queen. The Queen with the most money donated in her name is 
named Area Easter Seal Queen. 

Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity does this on our campus. They 
first held nominations, then election of the Queen. This year, 
APO had a benefit mixer. Benefit Hockey Game, and a few other 
events planned in the near future to raise money for Easter 
Seals. APO also has a Christmas Party for the children at the 
Rehabilitation Center. 

Some of the activities the Queen will participate in are the 
Easter Seal Kick-Off Dinner, the Benefit Movie for Easter Seals, 
and the Queen will also be at The East Rock Flower Show. There 
will be numerous other events the Queen will participate in, rep- 
resenting her duties during her reign. 

A special "Thank You" goes to our Easter Seal Chairman, Jer- 
ry Petrecca of Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity, Harry Ryder, Presi- 
dent of Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity and West Haven Easter Sea! 
Chairman, and Richard Liebler, who planned the Benefit Hockey 
Game held on February 22. They have contributed their time and 
effort for a successful Easter Seal Campaign. And "Good Luck" 
to our Queen, Jo Ellen Anyzeski. 



Jerry presents roses to Queen Jo Ellen Anyzeski. 





™y'c,CncS''"'' ^"^"^ESTANTS, (L-R): Jo Ellen Anyzesk. Chr.s T.gano, Barbara Mar- 



Jerry Petrecca, Jo Ellen Anyzeski, Queen, Barbara Gene 
Marden, 1st Runner Up, and Harry Ryder. 



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Tony Marion Cheever" Giaimo is inspect- 
ed, detected, injected, infected, and selected 
by Carolyn "Sgt. Thetch ' Roche. 



The Foundling Theatre Group, FRONT 
ROW (L-R): Christopher Ostergren, Direc- 
tor; John Cavoto, Vice President; Jak Festa, 
Treasurer; Anthony Giaimo, President, 
Carolyne Roche, Secretary. BACK ROW (L- 
R): Paul Kine, Dennis Sowers, Joanne 
WiUard. 




Sgt. Thatch: Drop That Flag! 

Marion Cheever: O, I was just admiring it 

It's the same color, same shape, same design 



I have one at home just like it. Isn't it amazing? 




John "Irwin" Covoto, Arthur "Malcolm" Caisse, and Ernie "Wick " French at a dramatic 
ment during Little Malcolm '. 




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Arthur "Malcolm Scrawdvke Caisse 



The Foundling 
Theatre Group 



Nestled in between the comic strips and 
the English books adding significantly to 
the cultural development of the University 
of New Haven, are the students in The 
Foundling Theatre Group, whose purpose 
is to produce, dramatic works of art rang- 
ing on the continium from traditional 
dramatizing to experiemental pieces. 

Through the professional assistance of 
Christopher Ostegren, this small group 
has been extremely effective in producing 
for its auidence some of Broadway's finest 
plays. 

The Fall production of "Little Malcolm 
and His Struggle Against the Eunuchs" 
gave an insight into man's struggle with 
his environment and what he has created. 

In the Spring, the tide turned to "Apple 
Pie " and the audience was made aware of 
the irony existing in America today . 

While the comic strips are more fre- 
quent and the English books less remem- 
bered, the Foundling Theatre Group of 
University of New Haven has left an in- 
dellible effect on the minds and ideals of 
the student body and community at large. 

Carolyn Roche 

Members of the Cast in "Little Malcolm and His 
Struggle Against The Eunuchs ' after a marvelous 
performance (L-R): Jon "Ingham " Cavoto, Regina 
"Ann" DeSiero, Arthur "Scrawdyke" Caisse, An- 
thony "Nipple Giaimo, and E. J. "Wick" French. 




Regina "Ann"' DeSireo comforting Arthur "Mal- 
colm" Caisse while he ponders when to let her 
have it. 




Malcolm: Come on Irwin, you could do it! 
Irwin: Sorry, Mai, but I just don't have any 
nerve. 






James DeMarest, George Rand, and Coach Machnik. 




Soccer 



Yearbooks tell us of the Super- 
star, the Home Run Hitters, the 
High Goal Scorers, the Graduating 
Seniors. Little is ever said about the 
unsung hero, those underrated stal- 
warts, who were spark plugs of the 
universal motor which can and did 
lead a Soccer Team to headlines. 

This season's Team highlighted a 
defensive style of attack which was 
responsible for the 7 shutouts dur- 
ing the regular season. Co-Captain 
Rheinhard Steinsdorfer guided the 
Chargers with his intelligent ap- 
proach along with a superior talent. 
And perform he did — both offen- 
sively as penalty kicker and defen- 
sively as "The Sweeper". He rarely 
excited the average fan with spec- 
tacular displays of dribbling; in- 
stead he worked neat and single 
passed between John Kowalski, 
Ruben Salas, and Tom Kowalski, 
and provided much experience and 
confidence to Goaltender Joe Di- 
Costanzo. Then there was Kelvin 
Hazzard, the boy from Trinidad, 
the fan's favorite. He possessed a 
smooth, quick style and worked 
adroitly with teammates Neville 
Brown and John Kydes. This trio, 
along with Salas, rounded out the 
offensive punches with expert ball 
control and powerful shooting. 

Coach Joe Machnik's experience 
as a national contender in collegiate 
soccer rounded out this team's suc- 
cess. Also, much must be accredit- 
ed to Armando Touron, Ike Lieber- 
man, and Ray Conolly, who per- 
formed steadily and contributed 
their excellent talents to a most 
successful season. 

. . Joseph DiCostanzo 



Ruben "The Wizard" Salas in action during 
one of his decisive moments. 



LOWER LEFT: Enthusiastic and dependable Joseph DiCostanzo guarding the goal. 
LOWER RIGHT: Ike Lieberman says to Joe DiCostanzo: It's all yours, CiCo. 
UPPER RIGHT: Neville The Black Pearl" brown shielding the ball. 
UPPER LEFT: John Kowalski defends the ball . 








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Hazzard attempts to get 
possession of the ball. 
BOTTOM: The Black 
Pearl heading away. 
LEFT: Ruben 'The 
Wizard" Salas on the 
goal during one of his 
momentary leaps to 
score for UNH. 



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Club Football 



The UNH Club Football Team ended its season last year with a 3-5 rec- 
ord, closing out its most successful season ever. UNH competed in the 
Metropolitan Division of the Eastern Collegiate Club Football Confer- 
ence, the first conference for club football teams in the country. By play- 
ing as a member of the E.C.C.F.C., UNH played the best football teams 
who compete on the "club" level. 

UNH opened its season against a perennial club football power in the 
University of Hartford on a cold, windy night at Dillon Stadium. In a 
rugged defensive battle the Chargers lost 22-6 to the Hawks, their only 
score coming on an electrifying 85 yard touchdown kickoff return by Co- 
Captain Cliff Bush. 

During the second game of the season, the Football Chargers of Head 
Coach Joe McHugh displayed some offensive punch to go along with its 
stingy defensive. UNH busted loose with 3 touchdowns in the last half tc 
win 18-0 over a stubborn South Central team. 

Homecoming proved to be an extremely pleasing event for UNH as it 
returned home to the friendly confines of Quigley Stadium. Six different 
Chargers pushed the ball over the goal-line as UNH exploded for 48 
points while the defense recorded its second straight shutout and scored 2 
touchdowns on interception returns by Tom Alexander and Rich Doran 
as they stunned Lowell Tech . 

At their fourth game, on the road against powerful Marist College, the 
Chargers played their best defensive game of the year. UNH held the Vi- 
kings to 13 points but was unable to score although the offens moved the 
ball well against a highly touted defense. 

The defense foynd out why Westchester Community College was 
ranked as the best club team in the nation when they were ravaged for 42 
points by the Viking's explosive offense. Westchester's defense proved 
just as tough as they only allowed UNH to cross mid-field twice during 
the game without UNH scoring. 

lona College was the Number 1 club football team in the nation before 
they met New Haven, but the contest between the two teams ended UNH 
had tumbled the Gaels from the top-spot even though they lost 40-18. 
Down 27-0 at the half, UNH unlashed a savage offensive assault against 
lona and scored 3 times, once on a run by Paul Feeley, and twice on bombs 
from Ray DellaMura to Ben Graves. The large crowd which saw the game 
left knowing they had seen two of the best "club " football teams in the 
nation. 

Fairfield University fell 16-b to the Chargers as once again the UNH 
defense proved how tough it could be. Allowing the Stags to score on a 
blocked punt, the Chargers hung on stubbornly to repulse two last ditch 
Fairfield drives into their territory. 

Norwalk ended UNH's season by drubbing the Chargers 35-2 in New 
Haven's last game at Quigley Stadium. UNH scored first on a safety by 
Ron Sambrook, but could not maintain its momentum and eventually col- 
lapsed during the last half of the game. 

Although New Haven did not post a winning record last year, it 
marked an epoch-making season due to the competitive level on which it 
played as a result of being in the E.C.C.F.C. Nine of the starters on last 
season's squad were freshmen who will return to bolster the UNH Team 
for the next several seasons. Steve DiMugno was selected as a First Team 
All-Conference Defensive Back while Paul DeRosa received honorable 
mention as a Guard for the All-Conference Offensive Team. With both of 
these top-flight players returning with the rest of the rest of the young 
highly promising veterans from last year, Head Coach Joe McHugh defi- 
nitely has the material to be THE Team in the E.C.C.F.C. next season. 



E. J. Roslon 



Steve DiMugno and Coach McHugh, proud recipients of the Sports- 
manship Award and the All Conference Award. 







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Club Football , FIRST ROW (L-R): Jack Starbuck, Lewis Cameloin, Harry Baker, Al Jacobs, Chip Baldino, Lewis Adams, Billy Clark, James Fripp, Leo Val- 
lee, Desmon Bohen, Walt, Paul DeRosa, Marty Kuchinski, Raymond Smith, Roz Day, Paul Feeley. SECOND ROW (L-R): Benny Mondrose, Ron Gagg, 
Pat Silutelo, M. Riodran, Bobo Potter, Fred Masentonio, Ronny Sawbrook, Cliff Bush, Frank DeGennaro, Nick CoGuidice, Steve DiMugno, John Smith, 
Tom Alexander, Kenny Kreed, Richard Rowe. THIRD ROW (L-R): Mike Zuccarelli, Fred Yale, Garry Randell, Butch Blackwell, Bob Phillips, John Beffes, 
Milt Smith, Ricky Doren, Steve Osterhouse, Steve Carmeloniz, Douglas DeFonso, Billy Lee, Dallis Collins, Ray DellaMura, Ben Groves. 







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Cliff Bush brings down Westchester split end. 




Basketball 



Tony Simonelli, 
Guard 



Peter Perhach, 
Center 



The UNH Basketball Team completed a winning season j 
once again this year. The Chargers, who were off to a 1 in 5 
start, fought back to win 12 of the next 19 games. The high- I 
light of the season was the capturing of the Charger Invita- 
tional Tournament. Pete Perhach led New Haven in the I 
Tourney and was not only named to the All Tourney Team, 
but also the Most Valuable Player of the Tournament. For 
his fine play during the season, Perhach was four times 
named to the Weekly E.C.A.C. Division III All East 
Basketball Squad. 

After a heartbreaking overtime loss to Rhode Island Col- 
lege and a win over neighboring Southern Connecticut, the 
Chargers departed for Canada. They won the first 3 games 
of the trip, taking the measure of Loyola of Montreal, Otta- j 
wa, and St. Lawrence. In these games Co-Captain Jim Ston- I 
ick showed his cool as a floor general, often getting up hot- 
handed Bob Foglio or Nick Crismale. 

In the next 2 games. New Haven ran into two small col- 
lege powerhouses in Brockport State and St. John Fisher, j 
and were defeated. After coming home, the Chargers upset a 
highly talented Jersey City quintet, which boasted an 18-1 
record. Co-Captain Tom Fortune and Bob Foglio paved the 
way for the Charger win. New Haven then lost to Quinni- 
piac. After being 12 points ahead at half time. New Haven 
faltered and lost by 4 points. The Chargers then went up 
against a highly-favored Central Connecticut quintet. Led 
by Bill Kirkpatrick's and Pete Perhach's strong rebounding 
and stingy defense. New Haven took the measure of Cen- < 
tral. To close out the season. New Haven took 2 out of 5 
beating Nichols and Southeastern Mass., while losing to 
Merrimack, and Marist, and Babson, finishing the season 
13-12. 

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Varsity Basketball Squad, BACK ROW (L-R): Coach Libertore, Rich Yaldizian, 
Kevin Finucane, Joe Novak, Skip Gillman, Bob Foglio, Coach Burns. FRONT 
ROW (L-R): Tony Simonelli, Bill Kirkpatrick, Jim Stonick, Greg Jones, Tom 
Fortune, Vic Kirilichian, Nick Crismale. 



Junior Varsity Basketball Squad, (L-R): Rich Yaldizan, Pat McCarthy, Joe 
Novak, Leo Calderone, Vic Kirilichian, Joe Bujalski, Kevin Finucane, Lenny 
Paglialunga, Skip Gilman, Coach Gary Libertore. 



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Jim Stonick shoots over Quinnipiac's Benz. 

continued from page 48 

Next season looks like a promising one for New Haven. The Chargers will un- 
doubtedly miss the services of Co-Captains Jim Stonick and Tom Fortune, also 
Pete Perhach, and Nick Crismale who will leave via graduation. Leading the re- 
turns will be Bill Kirkpatrick, Bob Foglio, Tony Simonelli, all juniors, and fresh- 
man Vic Kirilichin, who gained a lot of varsity experience. 

With this core of solid Basketball players, the UNH Chargers will have the 
foundation they need to have another winning season. 

PAUL BOURDON 




Jim Stonick shoots and scores 2 more. 




Tom Fortune, 
Forward 



Victor Kirilichin, 
Forward 



Jim Stonick, 
Guard 



Tom Fortune leaps to score 2 easy points 





Hockey 




At 10:30 p.m. on Wednesday, 
March 1, 1972, the UNH Hockey 
Team walked into their dressing room 
after just beating Babson 11-6 to bring 
the season to a close. In that dressing 
room many thoughts passed through 
the players' minds. Players exchanged 
thoughts of the season, perhaps the 
most important thought of all was 
their record. The Charger Sectet had 
boasted a 20-9-0 record, their best in 
over 8 years. Some of the players be- 
gan talking about next season and 
what to expect. For one of the players 
there was definitely no next season. 
For senior Forward and Captain Jeff 
Andrews, it was his last season, and 
after that Babson game, Jeff pulled off 
his Charger jersey for the last time, 
bringing to an end 4 active and suc- 
cessful years with the Charger Sextet. 

There was a big difference in this 
year's squad in more than one way. 
For the past several years teams would 
just push the Chargers all over the 
rink. But not this season, for the 
Chargers had finally built themselves 
into a winning team. Members of the 
team remembered when they only 
drew 5 spectators for last year's open- 
ing game, but they will now remember 
the 400-plus fans they drew for a pre- 
season game, and the crowd of nearly 
1,000 they drew for the Easter Seals 
Benefit Game. They remember being 
almost humiliated by other teams and 
fans from other schools. Not this 
year, for the Chargers were respected 
by the other teams and fans. 

Yes, the 1971-1972 season was a 
season of many highlights. Some of 
these highlights included: 
5-4 and 6-5 wins of U Conn and Holy 
Cross, respectively. 
The 23-1 laughter over Queens 
College. 

The physical beating given to a num- 
ber of schools who had before taken 
our team lightly. 

The Championship in the South 
Mountain Arena (New Jersey) Tour- 
nament, and Runner-Up in the Na- 
thaniel Hawthorne (New Hampshire) 
Invitational Tournament. 

But none of these could be accom- 
plished if it wasn't for the full effort 
given by the Team. Our men had fi- 
nally brought U.N.H. into the hockey 
limelight. 

continued on pa^e 37 




.•\irt Crou 




Easter Sea! chiHren meet The Big Boys 



Center Jack Nick pumps one home in Chargers 23-1 laughter over Queens. 




Right Winger Joe Muskin lines up for a booming slapshot at Babson's goal. 




HOCKEY RESULTS 1971-1972 
Won 20; Lost 9: Tied 0. 



UN 


H OPPONENT 


3 


Worcester State 


4 


3 


Wesley an 


2 


7 


Nichols 


3 


18 


North Adams State 


1 


7 


Rochester Tech. 





9 


Bridgewater State 


3 


5 


Trinity 


2 


4 


Rutgers 


2 


5 


University of Connecticut 


4 


6 


Holy Cross 


S 


2 


A. I.e. 


11 


4 


New England 


11 


11 


Lehigh 





2 


New England 


3 


3 


Wesley an 


1 


15 


North Adams State 


3 


2 


Lowell Tech 


8 





St. Anslems 


8 


7 


Lafayette 


1 


8 


Lehigh 


2 


7 


Babson 


1 


23 


Queens 


1 


6 


Bridgewater State 


1 


9 


Nathaniel Hawthorne 


2 


4 


New England 


8 


7 


Trinity 


2 


6 


Worcester State 


8 


5 


Yale J. V. 


4 





Salem State 


5 


11 


Babson 
Best season in Charger ice history. 


6 



Joe "Muskie" Muskin 
Right Wing 




Center Larry Tomaselli prepares to fake out attack 
ing forward. 



:h drew some 1,000 



Easter Seal Child, Johnny Ward meets with Jim 
Ortei. 




continued from page 53 

Next year's squad, at this time, looks very promising. The 
Club should be much more improved over this year's squad, 
which was excellent. For next year, the Chargers have some- 
thing to work for, the E.C.A.C. Hockey Playoffs, something 
which was never heard of on the UNH campus these past 
years. With such players as high-scoring Forward Jack Nick 
and the excellent Goaltending of Buddy Heany returning, those 
Playoffs could just be knocking on the Chargers' front door. 

... RICHARD LIEBLER 




John "Mac" MacMahon, 
Defense 



Jay "Julius August" Dahlgard, 
Right Wing 



Glenn "Black Bart" St. Jean 




Bob "The Senator" Hutchinson, Center 



Mark Kilmurray gets UNH runner into scoring 
position by laying down a bunt. 




Q i f S 1 




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Baseball Team FRONT ROW, KNEELING (L-R): Bill Hanley, Richard Anderson, John Basso, Scot Rahl, Henry McNeil, James Pascarella, Joseph 
Liberatore, Mark Kilmurray. BACK ROW, STANDING (L-R): Coach Frank Vieria, James Galbreath, Kevin Sheehan, Dennis McNemey, Tony 
Zezima, Bobby Ives, Frank Santino, Carl Malmquist, Stan Thomas, Coach Joseph Tonelli. 




The Baseball program at the Univ. of New Haven is well developed 
and comprehensive, but above all, it is highly successful. Head Coach 
Frank Vieira on the eve of his eleventh season with New Haven is the 
man most responsible for the remarkable success of Charger Baseball 
teams. His won-loss record over the years presently stands at 208-43. 
Together with his assistant coach Joe Tonelli, Vieira has establish 
New Haven as an Eastern Baseball power. 

Yearly New Haven plays some sixty games, which include Fall and 
Spring schedules and a ten day trip to Miami for Spring Workout. 
With the recent switch from the National Ass. of Intercollegiate Ath- 
letics (N.A.I. A.) to the prestigious N.C.A.A. competition has grown 
increasingly stronger. The New Haven schedule includes the likes of 
N.C.A.A. strongman St. Johns, Central and Southern Connecticut, 
Univ. of Bridgeport, Fairfield Univ. as well as meeting Yale in the 
annual New Haven City Series, to name a few. 

The Chargers typically posted a 16-6 record during the Fall of '71. 
However, even more essential. Coach Vieira tested the talents of many 
young ballplayers in anticipation of the all-important Spring season. 

The Varsity Baseball Team opens the 1972 season on April 5 
against Adelphi, however, not without some question marks. The two 
mainstays of the mound staff, Richard Anderson and Stan Thomas, 
are gone. Both hurlers were drafted by professional teams and denied 
themselves a year of college eligibility by signing contracts, Anderson 
going to the World Champion Pittsburg Pirates and Thomas with the 
Washington Senators now the Texas Rangers of the American Base- 
ball League. 




Hard-working Frank Santino watches his drive to left field 
apprehended. 




Kevin Sheehan shows excellent form in pitching. 



Senior All-American Scott Rahl and Captain Jim Pascarella form 
the nucleus of this years Charger team. The pitching staff, headed by 
veteran Kevin Sheehan and senior Jim Galbraith, is relatively young 
and inexperienced. Mark Kilmurray, who was an honorable mention 
AU-American as a freshman, returns in '72 as a junior. But basically, 
the Chargers are a young team . 

The Chargers are coming off a 30-6 season which saw them travel 
as far as Pennsylvania in the N.A.I. A. Area 8 Playoffs. Anderson and 
Thomas totaled 25 of those wins. Obviously, the key to the coming 
season is pitching. 

Despite the shortage of seasoned veteran ballplayers, one can't help 
but envision another fine season at New Haven. When it comes to 
baseball, the "V " in Vieira stands for victory. 

. John Basso 



Lenny Paglialunga aggressively awaits Quinnipiac's 
pitch . 





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JohfVj'C'Qc'^BSsso sdie <it 3rd. 



1972 UNIV OF NEW HAVEN BASEBALL SCHEDULE 








SOUTHERN TRIP 






DATE 


DAY 


OPPONENT 


PLACE 


TIME 


Mar 27 


(Mon,) 


at Broward J.C. 


Ft. Lauderdale. Fla 




Mar 28 


(Tues ) 


at Broward J C 


Ft Lauderdale. Fla. 




Mar 29 


(Wed) 


at Miami-Dade North 


Miami. Fla 




Mar, 30 


(Thurs,) 


at Broward J C 


Fl. Lauderdale, Fla. 




Apr 2 


iSunI 


at Mlami-Dade South 


Miami. Fla 


1:00 PM 


Apr 3 


iMon 1 


at Miami-Dade South 


Miami. Fla 


3:00 PM 


Apr 4 


(Tues) 


at Miami-Dade South 


Miami. Fla 


3:00 PM 


Apr 5 


(Wed) 


at Adelphi 


Garden City. NY. 


3:00 PM 


Apr 


(Thurs) 


Gotham State 


New Haven 


3:00 PM 


Apr 7 


(Fri.) 


at Southeastern Mass 


North Dartmouth, Mass. 


3:00 PM 


Apr- 8 


(Sat) 


FDU-Madison(2) 


New Haven 


1:00 PM 


Apr 1(1 


(Mon) 


atQuinnipiac 


Hamden.Conn. 


3:00 PM 


Apr 13 


(Thurs.) 


Stony Brook 


New Haven 


3 COPM 


'\pr 14 


(Fri) 


Monmouth 


New Haven 


3 00 PM 


Apr 15 


(Sat) 


Babson College (2) 


New Haven 


12 noon 


Apr 16 


(Sun,) 


Bentlev 


New Haven 


1 OOPM 


Apr 20 


(Thurs) 


Fairfield 


New Haven 


3 00 PM 


Apr 22 


(Sat) 


Baruch 


New Haven 


12 noon 


Apr 23 


(Sun) 


Central Connecticut 


New Haven 


1:00 PM 


Apr 2t> 


(Wed.) 


atSt.JohnsUniv 


Jamaica, NY. 


3:00 PM 


Apr 28 


(Fri.) 


at Rhode Island College 


Providence. R I 


3 OOPM 


Apr, 29 


(Sat.) 


Bryant (2) 


New Haven 


12 noon 


Apr, 30 


(Sun.) 


Eastern Connecticut 


New Haven 


1:00 PM 


May 2 


(Tues.) 


at Sacred Heart 


Bridgeport. Conn. 


3:00 PM 


May 3 


(Wed) 


at Siena 


Loudonville, NY. 


3;30PM 


May 4 


(Thurs) 


(^uinnipiac 


New Haven 


3:00 PM 


May 6 


(Sat.) 


at Stonehill 


North Easton. Mass 


1:00 PM 


May 7 


(Sun.) 


CITY SERIES 


Yale Field 




May 9 


(Tues.) 


at Stony Brook 


Stony Brook. NY. 


3:00 PM 


May 12 


(Fri.) 


Bridgeport 


New Haven 


3:00 PM 


May 13 


(Sat.) 


Pace (2) 


New Haven 


12 noon 


May 14 


(Sum 


at Assumption 


Worcester. Mass. 


2:00 PM 




Members of UNH's Scotland-bound Golf Teann. 



Herb Dunn, UNH's Track Star, 4th in 
N.A.I. A. District 32 Cross Country 
Championships. 

Lacrosse Club, BACK ROW (L-R): 
Gary Bianchi, Coach: Bruce, Tom Ric- 
cio, Joe Gilpacci, Dean Guidicca, Rich- 
ard Veilleux, Tom Vanasco, Jim Mc- 
Kinnon. FRONT ROW (L-R): Ralph 
Rogers, Frank Capalbo, Bill Hewitt, 
Dennis Sowers, George Sexton, Steve 
McCauley, Ken Schwartz, Tim Cox, 
Charlie Roctel, Keith Katcher, Harry 
Nye, and Larry Baccari, Trainer. 

The UNH Stickmen enter their first 
complete season with a mere half dozen 
experienced players. However, under 
the hard working Gary Bianchi, and a 
good attack and defense, the crew has 
high hopes of a winning season. 




UNH's Track Team 



N.LT. NERD Invitational Tournament, STANDING (L-R): 'Tall Paul" 
Bourdon, Paul "Mountain ' Zampier, Ed "Super Jock" Roslon, Richard 
"Ickey Dicky " Veilleux, Kevin "Eyes " Meehan, Dennis "Mouth " Sowers, 
Tim "Freak" Cox, Tony "Crocked Croc" Crocamo, and Robert "Zinger " 
Zeig. KNEELING: A Nice Jewish Kid. 

We are proud to announce that THE NERDS have captured the title as 
the First Runners-Up in the Nerd Invitational Tournament. The Faculty 
were the Winners, and also were camera shy. 



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Cheerleaders 




^* 

Fall Cheerleading Squad, L-R: Susan Lucibelii, Cheryl McHugh, Carolyn Prato, ^ ^■■P' 

Barbara Quinn, Mary "Clancey" Walsh, Marie Magnoli, Glory George. Miss- - -. _ ^ ^^^ 

ing: "Mickey" Amore, Cindy Ormorod. Captain: Carolyn Prato. Advisor: Pa- ^^BL^ 
tricia Lyons. ^K^st 






t>*^^^ 




Spring Cheerleading Squad, FRONT ROW: Glory George, Susan Lucibelii, 
Cindy Ormorod. BACK ROW: Mary "Clancey" Walsh, Cheryl McHugh, Car- 
olyn Prato, Barbara Quinn. 



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JPMPfl_ 




Girls, you don t have to sit together ALL the time! 



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English 



1. French, Bruce — English; 2. Cole, Carroll P. — 
English, Coordinator of Arts Department; 3. 
Woodworth, Robert W. — English; 4. Beeken, 
Ramona (Mrs.) — English; 5. Effros, Charlotte 
(Mrs.) — English. 




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1. Robillard, Douglas — English (Chairman), Reading Lab; 2. Rethis, 
Michael — English and Humanities; 3. Marx, Paul — English; 4. Smith, 
Donald M. — English; 5. Kaplan, Nathaniel — English; 6. Ellison, Jer- 
ome— English; 7 Howling, Robert T. — English. 



English 




English 



1. Goluboff, Sydney — English-Journalism; 2. Ol- 
gin, Philip — Teacher Education, Psychology; 3. 
Brown, David — Psychology (Chairman); 4. Gar- 
cia-Abrines, Luis — English (Lauguages). 




1. Reams, Dinwiddle — Science & Biology; 2. Wright, H. Fessenden — 
Science & Biology (Chairman); 3, Lemaire, Henry — Chemistry; 4. De- 
sio, Peter J. — Chemistry; 5. Nyce, William H. — Chemistry (Chairman); 
6. Puglia, Salvatore — Chemistry. 



Science 




Physics 



1. Kee W. Chun — Physics; 2. Gage, Duncan — Physics; 3. Tscholl, Ekkehard 
Physics; 4. Hofmann, Ernest — Physics, Chairman Faculty Senate. 





1. SchoU, William F. Jr. — Humanities-Philosophy; 1. Tyndall, Bruce — 
Mathematics; 3. Naccarato, David — Mathematics; 4. Ross, Bertram — 
Mathematics; 5. Gangler, Joseph M. — Mathematics (Acting Chairman) 



Mathematics 






Humanities 



1. Maffeo, Edward J. — Humanities — Art; 2. Moffitt, Elizabeth (Mrs.) 
— Humanities — Art; 3. Carriuolo, Ralf — Humanities — Music. 




1. Sarosi, Oliver — Economics; 2. Ball, R. Bruce — Economics; 3. Emer- 
son, Hugh — Economics; 4. Petersen, Willard — Economics; 5. Plotnick, 
Allan — Economics. 



Economics 





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Business 
Administration 



1. Silbert, Louis — Business Administration; 2. Wiener, Bernard — Busi- 
ness Administration; 3. Flaumenhaft, Frank — Business Administra- 
tion; 4. Nordlund, Kai K. — Business Administration; 5. Roble, Ahmed 
— Business Administration; o. Yanover, Ruth — Business Administra- 
tion; 7. Sawhney, Shiv L. — Business Administration. 




1. Mosko, Raymond — Law Enforcement; 2. Holman, William G. — 
Accounting (Chairman); 3. Sherif, Ahmed — Law Enforcement; 4. Rei- 
mer, Richard — Accounting; 5. Maillard, Charles A. Jr. — Law Enforce- 
ment; 6. Conway, John R. — Law Enforcement (Chmn). 



Accounting 
Law Enforcement 





Engineering 



1. Surti, Kantilal K. — Electrical Engineering; 2. Sommers, Alexis — 
Assoc. Dean of Graduate School, Ind. Engr.; 3. Saleeby, Buddy B. - 
Mechanical Engineering; 4. Steinhauser, Harry — Mechanical Engineer- 
ing (Chairman); 5. Lyon, Dean — Electrical Engineering; 6. Lobay, Ivan 
— Mechanical Engineering; 7. Lambrakis, Constantine C. — Mechanical 
Engr.; 8. DriscoU, John — Electrical Engineering (Chairman); 9. Arnold, 
Joseph J. — Industrial Engineering. 





1. Jensen, Gwendolyn (Mrs. Gordon) — History; 2. Chepaitis, Joseph — 
History; 3. Katsaros, Thomas — History (Chairman); 4. Strother, Hora- 
tio T. — History; 5. Kennedy, George W. — History and PoUtical 
Science; 6. Vieira, Frank — Physical Education; 7. Wynschenk, Donald 
— Physical Education; 8. Machnik, Joseph — Physical Education. 



History 
Physical Education 








Directors 



1. Parker, Virginia (Mrs. Lawrence C.) — Dir. Special Studies; 2. Hamel, 
Earl O. — Dir. Scheduling; 3. Shattuck, James H. — Dir. Personnel; 4. 
Wilson, David — Asst. Dir. Continuing Education; 5. Wesolowsky, 
Charles L. — Dir. Management Center Sch. of Manager Dev.; 6. Parker, 
Lawrence C. — Dir. Development and Alumni Relations; 7. Elliott, 
Frank A. S. — Dir. Data Processing; 8. Woehlk, Heinz D. — Asst. Dir. 
Public Relations, PT English. 






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1. Helen Rothfuss — Sec. Buildings & Grounds Procurement; 2. Mrs. 
Erba Day — Government Sec. 3. Griffeth, Olga C. (Mrs. Francis) — Sec. 
to University; 4. Buck, Margaret (Mrs. Carl H.) — Receptionist (Day), 
5. Levitsky, Dorothy I. — Sec. to Dean of Students; 6. Schusky, Violet 
(Mrs. Gustave) — Switchboard Operator. 



Secretaries 





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Marvin K. Peterson 
President of University 
of New Haven 



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Allen C Hutchinson, 
Vice-President 



John W. Ghoreyeb, 
Dean of Students 




Nicholas Brunetti, 
Director of Placement 



Peter A. Rogers, 
Admissions Counselor 



Richard M. Lipp, 

Director of Evening Divisior 



George Scharfer, 

Associate Dean for Administration 

Graduate School 




Cushman Robertson, 
Director of Admissions 



Joseph Macionus, 
Director of Financial Aid 



Willie C. Bonds, 
Director of Black Student 
Affairs 



ADMINISTRATION 




Samuel M. Baker, Jr., 
Head Librarian 



Donald R. Ormorod, 
Director of Athletics 



James J. Fanning, 

Director of Student Services 




Ralph D. Byard, 

Director of Procurement and 

Buildings and Grounds 



David DuBusion 
Director of Financial Aid 



John Collinson, 

Dean of Arts & Sciences Humanities 

(Chairman) 



ADMINISTRATION 




John Dennis Abbott 

21 West View Street 
Hamden, Connecticut 
Business Administration 



Timothy Abbott 



John Carmine Abraitis 
East Waterbury Road 
Naugatuck, Connecticut 
B.S., Business 
Administration 



Robert Joseph Albert 

10 Hihon Drive 

West Haven, Connecticut 

Engineering 



Kenneth Edward Allen 

34 Avon Street 

New Haven, Connecticut 

Biology 




Gary C. Babcock 

999 Forest Road 

New Haven, Connecticut 

B.S., Engineering 




Robert Gene Bailey 
9 Cross Street 
Danbury, Connecticut 
Engineering 



Walter Warren Bailey 
33 Locust Street 
West Haven, Connecticut 
Social Administration 



Richard C.Ballard 
2 Oakdale Road 
Branford, Connecticut 
B.S. Business 



John Joseph Baronowski, 

Jr. 
86 Smith Avenue 
Norwich, Connecticut 
Administration Marketine 



Richard H. Barr 
449 Oliver Road 
Sewickley, Pennsylvania 





Joseph F. Barraco 
1224 Dean Street 
New Haven, Connecticut 



Christine Diane Barrere 
Cheshire Road 
Prospect, Connecticut 
Social Service 



Barry Joel Beitmean 
15 Greenleigh Road 
Fairfield, Connecticut 
Business Administration 
B.S. General Management 




Bruce Allan Bennett 
8 Berkley Avenue 
Southington, Connecticut 
Engineering 



David M. Berchem 
198 Gulf Street 
Milford, Connecticut 
History 



Sherman E. Bercowetz 
66 Mohegan Drive 
West Hartford, 
Connecticut 
B.S. General Marketing 
Business Administration 




William George Berthold 
40 Alexander Drive 
Bridgeport, Connecticut 
B.S. Business 

Administration 

Marketing 



DaveT. Bharat 

19 Westwood Road 

New Haven, Connecticut 

Engineering 




Gary A. Bianchi 
72 Lincoln Avenue 
Amsterdam, New York 
B.A., Law Enforcement 



Carl Clifton Blake, Jr. 
429 Thompson Avenue 
East Haven, Connecticut 
Engineering 



Raymond Kenneth 

Blankley 
23 North Prospect Street 

Extension 
Ansonia, Connecticut 



George Thomas Brady 
26 Pine River Road 
North Haven, Connecticut 
Engineering 



Stetson Allen Bray, Jr. 
249 Lombard Street 
New Haven, Connecticut 
Business Administration 
General Management 




Harry N. Breeden 
Clintonville Road 
Northford, Connecticut 
Business Administration 
General Management 



Norman Brelsford, Jr. 
409 East Avenue 
Bridgeport, Connecticut 



Robert Patrick Brennan 
201 Washington Avenue 
West Haven, Connecticut 
Business Administration 



Allan Jeffrey Brown 
19 Easy Rudder Lane 
West Haven, Connecticut 
Business Administration, 
Marketing 



Jerry McKinley 
St. Anthony Browne 
73 Whitney Avenue 
New Haven, Connecticut 





BBUP^irm 



Richard Bruno 

14 Tuthill Street West 
New Haven, Connecticut 



Morris H. Buck III 
1739 Marion Road 
Cheshire, Connecticut 
B.5. Civil Engineering 




Richard Joseph Bukowy 
143 Karen Lee Road 
Glastonbury, Connecticut 
Business Administration 



Terence Thomas Burton 
R.F.D* 2 Kearney Road 
Pomf ret Center, 

Connecticut 
Engineering 



Jean Byrnes James Anthony John W. Carpenter 

Calderwood, Jr. Cobbs Mill Road 

668 Derby-Milford Road, Weston, Connecticut 

Orange, Connecticut 
B.S. Electrical Engineering 





Andrew Matthew Carrano 
295 Prospect Avenue 
New Haven, Connecticut 
Business Administration, 
Accounting 



Michael Lloyd Cavanaugh 
14 Jerome Avenue 
Uncasville, Connecticut 
Business Administration 



John J.Cawley 
710 River Street 
Hamden, Connecticut 



Krikor Chaghatzbanian 



Paul J. Charbonneau 

59 Hervey Street 

New Haven, Connecticut 





Kenneth A. Chrusz 
Box 408 

Johnsonburg, New Jersey 



Joseph John Cieplak 
27 State Street 
Ansonia, Connecticut 
Engineering 



Donald William Clark 
47 Whalley Avenue 
Milford, Connecticut 
Engineering 




James Andrew Colella 
75 Phyllis Drive 
Waterbury, Connecticut 
B.S. Business Administra- 
tion, Marketing 



John Fredrick Colella 
155 Spencer Drive 
Middletown, Connecticut 
Engineering 



John Collinson 
31 Harrison Avenue 
Branford, Connecticut 
B.A. Political Science 



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Stephen Theodore Conti 
12 Glen wood Drive, 
Trumbull, Connecticut 
B.S. Business Administra- 
tion, Marketing 



Nicholas Joseph Crismale 
398 First Avenue 
Secauces, New Jersey 
Law Enforcement 
Administration 



Gregory J. Crook 
3 Davis Avenue 
Pompton Place, New Jersey 
B.S., Engineering 



Andrew D'Agostino 

22 River Street 

New Haven, Connecticut 



William K. Daley 

263 Brewer Street 

East Hartford, Connecticut 

Business Administration 





James David Daly 
78 Milbrook Drive 
East Hartford, Connecticut 
Business Administration 



James E Daniel 

883 South 18th Street 

Newark, New Jersey 



Robert G. Danner 

Route o 

Bethel, Connecticut 




Robert M. Davis, Jr. 
30 Academy Street 
Barre, Vermont 



Michael Jerome DeAngelo 
41 Du Bois Street 
Stamford, Connecticut 
Business Administration 



John D. DeFelice 

17 Carmen Street 

East Haven, Connecticut 

B.S. Electrical Engineering 



Gerald Andrew DeForge 
26 Twin Oaks Terrace 
Milford, Connecticut 




Harvey Bruce DeRosa 
25 Orfora Road 
West Haven, Connecticut 
B.5. Business 

Administration, General 

Management 



Kenneth R. DeRosa 
46 Springside Avenue 
New Haven, Connecticut 
B.S. Civil Engineering 



Willaim Thomas Derrico 
14 Arrowhead Road 
Convent, New Jersey 
Business Administration 



Ronald J. Deschenes 
34 Edge Road 
Watertown, Connecticut 
Engineering 




Stuart Dickman 
297 Harrison Street 
Passaic, New Jersey 
Business Administration 



Fred Diggle 

25 Fort Putnam Street 

Highland Falls, New York 



John William Dockendorff 
144 Old Hickory Road 
Orange, Connecticut 
B.S. Business 

Administration, 

Operations Management 



Stephen Marshall Dodge 
57 Vernon Street 
Manchester, Connecticut 
Business Administration 



Russell J. Domareck 
9 Hemlock Drive 
Ansonia, Connecticut 
B.S. Business 

Administration 

Operations Management 



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Shari L. Domareck 
18 Rimmon Street 
Seymour, Connecticut 
Business Adminstration 



George William Dorr 
825 Savage Street 
Southington, Connecticut 
B.S., Mechanical 
Engineering 




Richard John Drew 
3731 Main Street 
Stratford, Connecticut 
Business Administration 



Myra Dudley 
Hilltop Road 
Bethany, Connecticut 
B. A., English 



Gillette Scott Durkee 
2149 North 5th Street 
Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania 
Business Administration 



Frank W. Dworak, Jr. 
329 Pleasant Valley Road 
Rocky Hill, Connecticut 
Engineering 



Ben Dziensklewski 





Eric Eklof 
227 South Street 
Auburn, Massachusetts 
Civil Engineering 



Henry ]. Ellenbast, Jr. 
17 Balance Rock Road 
Seymour, Connecticut 



Eric L. Ellison, Jr. 
92 Summer Street 
Manchester, Connecticut 



Robert L. "Footsie" Farrell 
39 Dudley Street 
Haverhill, Massachusetts 
Economics 



John Greg Farrington 
173 Jourmire Road 
Bridgeport, Connecticut 
Business Administration 




Daniel M. Fleming 
480 Main Street 
West Haven, Connecticut 
Business Administration, 
Operations Management 



John K. Fleming 
19 Old Farm Road 
Madison, Connecticut 
B.S. Business 

Administration, General 

Marketing 



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Joan Fontana Austin T. Ford, Jr. 

Roseview Lane 
Woodbridge, Connecticut 
B.S. Business 

Administration, Public 
and Social Administration 



John Joseph Fornal 

123 Canner Street 

New Haven, Connecticut 



Michael Stanley Fornal, Jr. 
325 Fairview Avenue 
Hamden, Connecticut 
Business Administration, 
General Management 



Thomas Edward Fortune 
9 Rice Road 

Woodbridge, Connecticut 
General Management 





James Fripp, Jr. 

14 Read Street 

New Haven, Connecticut 

AS. General Studies 

B.A. Sociology 



Lawrence Froberg 




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Richard Mario Fuesy 
711 Amsterdam Avenue 
New York, New York 
Business Administration 



Michael Earle Fuller 
1 Washington Avenue 
Stamford, Connecticut 
Engineering 



Arthur Gagnon 




Michael A. Gallego 
50-17 94th Street 
Elmhurst, New York 
B.S. Electrical Engineering 



Chris J. Garrabrant 
124 Garner Avenue 
Bloomfield, New Jersey 
B.S. General Management 



Thelda Garrett 
55 Braman Road 
Waterford, Connecticut 
B.A., A & S, Mathematics 



John Charles Geddes 
481 West River Street 
Milford, Connecticut 
Business Administration 




Lee Sandra Gerrish 
Hawley Drive 
Ansonia, Connecticut 
Business Administration 



Dennis George Giacobbe 
7 Harold Avenue 
Somerset, Massachusetts 
Business Administration 



William C.Gibson, Jr. 
400 McKinley Avenue 
Stratford, Connecticut 
AS. General Studies 



Samuel Leon Giles 
11 South West Drive 
New Haven, Connecticut 
Social Science 



Steven Elliot Glickman 
471 Grace Trail 
Orange, Connecticut 
B.S. Business 

Administration, 

Marketing 



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IraE. Goldsmith 

476 Zadig Street 
Oceanside, New York 
Business Administration 



Michael F. Granutti 
140 Hillcrest Terrace 
Meriden, Connecticut 
B.S. Business 

Administration, 

Operations Management 



Garrett Owen Grant 
398 Whalley Avenue 
New Haven, Connecticut 
Arts & Sciences 



Robert Anthony Gugliotti 
260 Wall Street 
Waterbury, Connecticut 
B.S. Civil Engineering 



David Wallace Gunn 
185 Wood Avenue 
Bridgeport, Connecticut 
B.S. Business 

Administration, 

Marketing 




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Betty Gurciullo 


Thomas Joseph Gydus 


Carl John Hade 


Thomas Haley 


Alan Marius Hansen 


10 Birch Hill Road 


19 Ridgefield Road 


38 Chestnut Drive 




RFD#2Box284 


Salem, New Hampshire 


Shelton, Connecticut 


Windsor, Connecticut 




Killingworth, Connecticut 


Business Administration 


Business Administration 


Engineering 




Engineering 




Albert J. B. Heck 

69 Edgemere Boulevard 

Shrews, Massachusetts 

Engineering 



Herbert Heise 
18 Ownly Avenue 
West Haven, Connecticut 
B.S. Mechanical 
Engineering 



Jean Hermanowski 



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Roger Allen Herold 
Route One 

Guilford, Connecticut 
Business Administration 



Samuel Z. Hiller 

62 Shelter Cove Drive 

Milford, Connecticut 



Robert Hodge 
156 Elm Street 
West Haven, Connecticut 



Robert E. Hoebel 
2250 North Main Street 
Waterbury, Connecticut 
B.S. Mechanical 
Engineering 



Robert Lee Horwitz 
15 Country Court 
Woodbridge, Connecticut 
B.S. Business 

Administration, 

Marketing 





Paula Beth Hubelbank 
36 Kaye Road 
West Haven, Connecticut 
Social Service 



Fred Jay Hymowitz 
175 Ocean Parkvi^ay 
Brooklyn, New York 



Michael Joseph Ignatowski 
Great Hill Road 
North Branford, 

Connecticut 
Engineering 




David Joseph loime 
27 Paramount Avenue 
Hamden, Connecticut 
B.S. Electrical Engineering 



Larry R. Johnson 
1-B Malcolm Court 
New Haven, Connecticut 
B.S. Business 

Administration, General 

Management 



Edward J. Kamas 
180 Louisiana Avenue 
Bridgeport, Connecticut 
Business Administration 



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Asbjorn A. Karlsvik 
35 Hillcrest Avenue 
Stamford, Connecticut 
B.S. Economics 




Richard A. Keane 
101 Dixie Avenue 
Waterbury Connecticut 



Thomas Andrew Kelleher Frederick W. Kingsley, Jr. 



18 Gordon Street 
Hamden, Connecticut 
Business Administration, 
Social Administration 



Box 173 
Yantic Lane 
Yantic, Connecticut 
Business Administration 



Timothy K. Klevecz 
11 Fox Hill Road 
Old Saybrook, 
Connecticut 
B.A., English 




Robert A. Knarr 
100-A Linden Street 
New Haven, Connecticut 
Business Administration 



Richard Stanton Kogan 
156 Osborn Avenue 
New Haven, Connecticut 
Business Administration 



Ronalds. Krauss 
108 Prospect Avenue 
West Haven, Connecticut 
B.A. English 

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Robert Lawrence Kreig 
198 Davis Street 
Hamden, Connecticut 
Business Administration 




Paul Joseph "Cuban 

Kurzawa 
344 Humphrey Street 
New Haven, Connecticut 




John Lapomardo 
57 Wheelock Street 
Oxford, Massachusetts 
Engineering 



Daniel Harold LaRocque 

33 Ridge Court 

East Apt. 10 

West Haven, Connecticut 

Business Administration 



Michael Edward Leahy 
6 Adam Street 
Ansonia, Connecticut 
Engineering 



Robert N. LeBlanc 
611 Meriden Road 
Waterbury, Connecticut 
Engineering 



Gerald W. Lee 

215 West Rock Avenue 

Nev\f Haven, Connecticut 




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Sarah L. Lehmann 


George Michael Lesko 


Laurence M. Levine 


Jeffrey F.Lewis 


Michael Steven Lewis 


The Atrium 


681 Shehon Street 


23 Cynthia Drive 


12 Grandview Drive 


23 Ridge Court East 


Meriden, Connecticut 


Bridgeport, Connecticut 


Milford, Connecticut 


South Yarmouth, 


West Haven, Connecticut 


B.A. EngHsh 


Business Administration 


History 


Massachusetts 







Robert Lichtenstein 

lo Wade Street 

West Haven, Connecticut 

B.A., English 



Edna Evonya Lindsey 
200 Goffe Street 
New Haven, Connecticut 
Police Administration, Law 
Enforcement 



Donald Thomas Lineen 
14 McKenzie Avenue 
Meriden, Connecticut 
Business Administration 




Fernando Couto Lopes 
111 Tracy Avenue 
Waterbury, Connecticut 
Engineering 



Charles A. LoPresto 
233 W. Broad Street 
Pawcatuck, Connecticut 
B.S. Business 

Administration, Law 

Enforcement 

Administration 



Donald LoPresto 




Gregory Thomas Losee 
4 Crestwood Road 
Danbury, Connecticut 
Business Administration 



Robert Edward Loss 

10 Erwin Place 

New Britain, Connecticut 

Engineering 



Douglas Edward Losty 
50 Perkins Street 
New Haven, Connecticut 
History 



Joseph Loyd, Jr. 

453 South Main Street 

Wallingford, Connecticut 

Engineering 



Susan Anne "Sunan" 

Lucibelli 
89 Rangely Street 
West Haven, Connecticut 
B.A. English 





Richard Edward 

MacGregor 
19 Peck Lane 
Cheshire, Connecticut 
Engineering 



Paul Franics Maciejak 
812 Taft Road 
Orange, Connecticut 



Nanak Madan 




Paul Thomas Mahoney 
23 Green Hill Street 
Manchester, Connecticut 
Business Administration 



William Jesus Mahoney 
189 Drake Avenue 
New Rochelle, New York 
Sociology 



Arthur George Mantlik 
10 Auburn Street 
South Norwalk, 

Connecticut 
Engineering 



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Daniel William Marconi 
243 Jane Street 
Bridgeport, Connecticut 
Industrial Engineering 



Raymond Charles Marko 
457 South oth Street 
Lindenhurst, Long Island, 

New York 
Business Administration 





Ronald Marohn 



Josephine Marotta 



Vincent Joseph Martinotti 
46 East Albert Street 
Torrington, Connecticut 
Industrial Engineering 



Emile Michael Massad 

229 Broad Street 

New London, Connecticut 

Engineering 




Ardenus Fred McBride 


Randall P Raoul 


EliasJ.McDuffie.Jr. 


Robert Alexander 


Madeline Mezzanotte 


36 Richland Road 


McDonnell 


816 Valley Street 


McGregor 


26 Mathews Street 


Byram, Connecticut 


21 Orchard Road 


Vaux Hall, New Jersey 


116 East Avenue 


Waterbury, Connecticut 


Engineering 


Milford, Connecticut 
B.A., Business 
Administration 


Business Administration 
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Norwalk, Connecticut 
Business Administration 


B.A., English 




Mary Ann Mikosky 
511 Quintard Lane 
Orange, Connecticut 
A.S. Business 
Administration 



David Miller 
141 Park Avenue 
East Orange, New Jersey 
B.S. Business 

Administration, 

Operations Management 



Arthur Mitchell, Jr 
140 Grove Street 
Stamford, Connecticut 
B.S. Business 

Administration, 

Marketing 



Louis Edward Moalli 
28 Arden Street 
New Haven, Connecticut 
Business Administration 



Bruce W. Mochan 
494 Carriage Drive 
Orange, Connecticut 
B.A., Histoey 




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Ronald John Montagna 
ol Aircraft Road 
West Haven, Connecticut 
Business Administration 



George "Of The Jungle" 

Anthony Montano 
60 Clark Street 
New Haven, Connecticut 
B.A. English 



Paul Caesar Montano 

9 Trumbull Street 

New Haven, Connecticut 



Gary F. Moon 
116 Glenview 
Drive 

Trenton, New Jersey 
B.S. Business 

Administration, General 

Management 



John E. Moore 
422 Welchs Point Road 
Milford, Connecticut 
B.S. Mechanical 
Engineering 




Michael John Mucha 
18 Galpin Street 
Naugatuck, Connecticut 
B.S. Business 

Administration, General 

Management 



Pasquale Vincent Nazzaro 
354 Second Avenue 
West Haven, Connecticut 
Business Administration 



Barbara June Nelson 
84 Meadowbrook Court 
West Haven, Connecticut 
B.S. Social Services 




David Russell Newman 
47 Prospect Street 
Milford, Connecticut 
Business Administration 
Marketing 



Raymond Noble 

82 Milwood Road 

East Hartford, Connecticut 



Frederick Howard Noll 
12 Daggett Street 
Milford, Connecticut 
B.A. A & S English 




George Robert Nortonen 
Willowood Apts. Greta 

Street 
West Haven, Connecticut 
B.S. Business 

Administration, 

Marketing 



Douglas Stephen Nosal 
4 Laurie Road 
Trumbull, Connecticut 
Business Administration 



Robert John O'Connell 
26 Pine Street 
Plantsville, Connecticut 
B.S. Electrical Engineering 



David Louis Ogonowski 
58 Raymond Street 
Waterbury, Connecticut 
Engineering 



Barry Eric Osterling 
158 Hillside Avenue 
16 Ridge Road 
Cromwell, Connecticut 
Business Administration 





Thomas Samuel Ozycz 
51 Fairfax Avenue 
Meriden, Connecticut 
B.S. Engineering 




James Whitney Paine, Jr. 
3 Mountain View Terrace 
East Haven, Connecticut 
Business Administration 



Edward Joseph Pallanti 
V7 Rentell Road 
Hamden, Connecticut 
Engineering 



Robert Papp 



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Andrew Michael Passarelli 
19 Gregory Boulevard 
East Norwalk, Connecticut 
Business Administration 



John Peter Paul 
176 Clematis Avenue 
Waterbury, Connecticut 
B.5. Marketing 





James Pavelko 

250 West Rutland Road 

Milford, Connecticut 



Frank Carl Pearson 
60 Franklin Street 
Wallingford, Connecticut 



Dale C Peck 

191 South Whittlesey 

Avenue 
Wallingford, Connecticut 
B.S., Business 

Administration 



Stuart M. Peck 
Newton Road 
Woodbridge, Connecticut 




Joanne Catherine 

Pellegrino 
2 Dorchester Terrace 
New Haven, Connecticut 
Civil Engineering 



Joseph Perry 



David L. Pierpoint 
935 Woodtick Road 
Wolcott, Connecticut 



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Barry Pilkington 

7o Willow Road 

East Haven, Connecticut 

B.A. A & S English 



David W. Pond 
177 Oilman Street 
Bridgeport, Connecticut 
A.S. Law Enforcement 
Administration 




Jesus Miguel Prato 
AV-Principal Country 

Club, 
QTA. Samari, Caracas 

Venezuela 
B.S. Mechanical 

Engineering 



John Joseph Prior 
2 Middle Lane 
Wallingford, Connecticut 
Business Administration 



Roseanne Lucille Raccio 
185 Martin Lane 
Orange, Connecticut 



Peter Allen Rogers 

8 Winter Street 

New Haven, Connecticut 

Business Administration 



David Howard Romatzick 
331 Housatonic Drive 
Devon, Connecticut 
B.S. Mechanical 
Ertgineering 





Roger A. Rondini 
16-B Oxford Street 
Manchester, Connecticut 



Frank Martin Rose 
85 Charron Street 
Bridgeport, Connecticut 
Engineering 



George Jacob Rosner 
2333 North Avenue 
Bridgeport, Connecticut 
B.A. A &; S English 



James Charles Roumeles 
72 Clinton Avenue 
Stamford, Connecticut 
Engineering 



Richard Jeffrey Rutkowski 
364 Plains Road 
Milford, Connecticut 
Engineering 





Anthony Joseph Sacowitz 
5 Kaye Plaza 
Hamden, Connecticut 
Business Administration 



Robert Ralph Salerno 
21 Taylor Drive 
Cos Cob, Connecticut 
Engineering 



Martin Barnett Salinger 
145 Cooper Place 
New Haven, Connecticut 
Business Administration 




Vincent James Salito 
20 Canary Place 
Stratford, Connecticut 
Business Administration 



Charles Schatra, Jr. 



Ernest F. Schaub 
89 Maltby Street 
Shelton, Connecticut 
B.S. Industrial Engineering 




Frank A. Schaub 
885 Howe Avenue 
Shelton, Connecticut 



Mary Senese 
253 Peck Hill Road 
Woodbridge, Connecticut 
A.S., Journalisnn 



Bruce Donald Sexton 
39 Elm Street 
Ansonia, Connecticut 



Shah Sudhirchandra 
16 High Street 
West Haven, Connecticut 
B.S. Electrical Engineering 



Jahanguir Sharaf 





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107 Robert Drive 
East Haven, Connecticut 
Engineering 



Bruce Alan Sher 
142 Fawndale Road 
Roslindale, Massachusetts 
Business Administration 



Juliet Isobel Shulman 

Pumpkin Hill Road 

New Milford, Connecticut 




George Sicaras 



Chester A. Sicard 
315 West Hill Road 
Newington, Connecticut 
Engineering 



Robert Herman Siewert 
3 Brickyard Road 
Clinton, Connecticut 
Engineering 



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Anthony Silvestri 
19 Roden Place 
Engineering 



Thomas Anthony P. 

Sklarsky 
6 Rodney Street 
Hartford, Connecticut 
B.S.A&S Physics 





Bohdan Sowa 



Robert F. Squeglia 

369 Orange Center Road 

Orange, Connecticut 



Wilham H. Stapleton 
147 Brown Street 
West Haven, Connecticut 
Engineering 



Reinhard Steinsdoerfer 
100-07 Grand Cnt. 

Parkway 
Queens, New York 




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115 Eaton Street 
Bridgeport, Connecticut 
B.5. Engineering 
(Materials) 



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880 Townsend Avenue 
New Haven, Connecticut 
Business Administration 



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21 Cleveland Avenue 
Cranston, Rhode Island 
B. A. English A&S 

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94 Woodvine Avenue 
Oakville, Connecticut 
B.S. Electrical Engineering 



John J. Sullivan 
RFDlBoxS31 
Stonington, Connecticut 
B.S. Business 

Administration, 

Marketing 




James P. 5wol 


William E. Sydenham, Jr. 


Jo-Ann Linda Sykes 


Thomas William 


Andrew Tar 


30 Mill Street 


RFD 2 Box 419 


28 Deer Run Road 


Szychulski 


319 Park Avenue 


Middletown, Connecticut 


North Stonington, 


Woodbridge, Connecticut 


725 New Haven Avenue 


Bridgeport, Connecticut 




Connecticut 


B.A. Sociology 


Milford, Connecticut 


Engineering 




B.S. Business 




Business Administration 






Administration, Law 










Enforcement 










Administration 










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John A. Tempone 
96 Nutmeg Lane 
Stamford, Connecticut 
B.A. A & S History 



Virginia P. Terhune 
Post Office Box 2ot> 
Eastham, Massachusetts 
B.A., English 



Joseph William Thomas 
86 Springside Avenue 
New Haven, Connecticut 
Business Administration 



James Edward Thompson 

284 Front Avenue 

West Haven, Connecticut 



Christine L. Tigano 
420 Old Spring Road 
Stratford, Connecticut 
B.A., English 





Francis Terry Tornio 
295 Columbus Avenue 
New Haven, Connecticut 
Business Administration 



Harris Baker Towne, Jr. 

577 Third Avenue 

West Haven, Connecticut 



Carl William Traber 
360 Thompson Avenue 
East Haven, Connecticut 
Engineering 



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Walter Trzcinski 



C.P.Tully 



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Joseph Francis Turley 
43 Deering Lane 
Naugatuck, Connecticut 
B.S. General Management 




William Earl Valentine 
Kelly Road 

Middlebury . Connecticut 
Engineering 



Michael Valerib 
85 Ocean Avenue 
West Haven, Connecticut 
Business Administration 



Joseph Thomas Vollano 
818 Edgewood Avenue 
New Haven, Connecticut 



John R. Volpe, Jr. 
1253 Forest Road 
New Haven, Connecticut 





Nalin D. Vyas 
2, Ketan Society 
P. O. Navjivan 

Ahmedabad-14 
Gujayat, India 



Gerald W. Walker 
44 Old Quarry Road 
Ansonia, Connecticut 



Rober Alan Weber 
7 Pine Road 
Suffern, New York 




Merle Geoffrey Webster 
West Main Street 
Terryville, Connecticut 
B.S., Social Science 



Timothy Robert Welch 
2239 Mill Plain Road 
Fairfield, Connecticut 
B.S. Business 
Administration 



Mark Steven Wexler 
8 Berkeley Road 
Springfield, New Jersey 
Business Administration 



Robert Jack Wesche 
1 Greenwood Lane 
Monroe, Connecticut 
B. S. Business 

Administration, Law 

Enforcement 

Administration 



Robert James WJieeler 
5010 Main Street 
Trumbull, Connecticut 
Business Administration 




David White 



James Lawrence White 
5 Greta Street 
West Haven, Connecticut 
Business Administration 



KarlL. Wicklund 

208 Flamingo Drive, Bel 

Air 
Clearwater, Florida 



John William Widell 
1090 Wolcott Road 
Wolcott, Connecticut 
Engineering 




Richard E. Wilber 

70 West Street 

Shelton, Connecticut 

B.S. Business 

Administration, Law 

Enforcement 

Administration 



Robert Williams 




Dale A. Wilson 

121 Pond Lily Avenue 

New Haven, Connecticut 



Gary Donald Wrobel 
124 Easterly Street 
Gloversville, New York 
Engineering 




Lary Gamble Ahearn 

204 Maple Street 

East Haven, Connecticut 

B.S., Business Administra- 
tion, Law Enforcement 
Administration 



Philip Michael Albanito 
33 Wiltop Road 
Netcong, New Jersey 
B.5., General Management 




John Baker 



Robert Bissell 



Timothy Carmody 



David John Cataldo 
92 Ursini Drive 
Hamden, Connecticut 



Philip Chamberlain 
Business Administration 





Paul M. DAddario 


Robert M. Davis, Jr. 


Andrew F. DeFelice 


James Durso 


Kevin M. Ference 


352 Parker Avenue 


30 Academy Street 


64 Douglas Street 




3 Maple Lane Annex 


Meriden, Connecticut 


Barre, Vermont 


Hartford, Connecticut 




Huntington, Connecticut 




Robert Giovino 



Anthony Goldense 



Richard B. Gunter 
112 Wilson Street 
Fairfield, Connecticut 
Associate Degree 
Police Science and 
Administration 



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David C. Hintz 
369 Willis Street 
Bristol, Connecticut 



PaulT. Hussey 
102 Laurel Street 
West Haven, Connecticut 
B.A., English 



Nongnat 

Kanjanakirtumrong 



Ronald W. Kelly 
20 Long Island View Road 
Milford, Connecticut 
B.S., Business 
Administration 



Barry S. Kitchener 
14 Oak Street 
Belleville, New Jersey 




Edward Reilly 
103 Flora Blvd. 
Fairfield, Connecticut 
Associate Degree 
Police Science and 
Administration 




John G. Rof sky 
123 Wolcott Street 
Waterbury, Connecticut 
B.A., Law Enforcement 



John C. Sader 

7 West Brookside Avenue 

Ansonia, Connecticut 




Warren Smith 

107 Bluehills Avenue 

Hartford, Connecticut 



Michael Valerio 

85 Ocean Avenue 

West Haven, Connecticut 



Steven Wallick 



Kevin Wood 




James V. Zaino, Jr. 
48 Baxter Drive 
Norwalk, Connecticut 



Cynthia Celone 
280 Alden Avenue 
New Haven, Connecticut 
AS., Art 



Walter Chicone 



Irvin Sanders 

8 Hellstrom Road 

East Haven, Connecticut 



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269 Chidsey Avenue 
East Haven, Connecticut 
Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. Swanson 
18 View Street 
Plainville, Connecticut 
Richard Swartz 
36 Douglas Drive 

Cresskill, New Jersey 
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Telker 
42 Roller Terrace 
Milford, Connecticut 
George R. Tiernan 
900 Ridge Road 
Hamden, Connecticut 
Dr. and Mrs. Peter T. Van Suetendael 
Davis Hill Road 



Weston, Connecticut 
Mr. and Mrs. Merle Webster 

West Main Street 

Terryville, Connecticut 
Mary Williarns 

23 East Main Street 

Branford, Connecticut 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Wilson 

121 Pond Lily Avenue 

New Haven, Connecticut 
Mr. and Mrs. George P. Wood 

119 Willowbrook Avenue 

Stamford, Connecticut 
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Waszner 

306 Cornwall Avenue 

Cheshire, Connecticut 

$4.00 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Edwards, Sr. 
Purgatory Road 
Campbell Hall, New York 

$3.00 

Vincent Ardolina 

82 Bradley Avenue 

Waterbury, Connecticut 
George H. Baldwin 11 

449 Booth Hill Road 

Trumbull, Connecticut 
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Casolino 

20 White Drive 

Hamden, Connecticut 
Mrs. Russell Hamilton 

140 Henry Street 

New Haven, Connecticut 
Edward J. Maffeo 

202 Rosette Street 

New Haven, Connecticut 
Raymond E. McBride 

118 Columbus Avenue 

Meriden, Connecticut 
Mrs. Carmille Pugliese 

105 Cheshire Road 

South Meriden, Connecticut 
Joshua H. Sandman 

150 Dyer Street 

New Haven, Connecticut 
Evelyn Sherwonit 

1970 Old Town Road 

Trumbull, Connecticut 
Agnes and Leo Castiglioni 

43 Denver Avenue 

Cranston, Rhode Island 

$2.00 

Mr. and Mrs. Dominick J. Bello 
128 Pierce Avenue 
Bridgeport, Connecticut 

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Brown 
19 Easy Rudder Lane 
West Haven, Connecticut 

Alfonse Carlo 

157 Admiral Street 
West Haven, Connecticut 

Mr. and Mrs. Z. W. Carpenter 
Cobbs Mill Road 
Weston, Connecticut 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dodenhoff, Jr. 
Woodland Heights 
Middlefield, Connecticut 

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Durkee 
2149 North 5th Street 
Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania 



Arnold Hyman 

760 Mix Avenue 

Hamden, Connecticut 
Fred Hymowitz 

175 Ocean Parkway 

Brookly, New York 
Elizabeth F. Nick 

309 South East 2nd Street 

Deerfield Beach, Florida 
Mr. and Mrs. David H. Romatzick 

331 Housatonic Drive 

Devon, Connecticut 
Carl Scarpelli 

36 Montgomery Lane 

Greenwich, Connecticut 
Dorothy T. Seipold 

202 Church Street 

West Haven, Connecticut 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stoehr, Sr. 

92 Leonard Road 

Hamden, Connecticut 
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Weinheimer, Jr. 

49 Balmforth Avenue 

Danbury, Connecticut 

$1.00 

Kathleen D. Allard 

51 East Brown Street 
West Haven, Connecticut 

Lewis Dormau 

15 Second Avenue 

West Haven, Connecticut 
Edward Karr 

390 Wyckoff Avenue 

Ramsey, New Jersey 
Virginia D. Klump 

52 Russell Street 

New Haven, Connecticut 
Gertrude T. Maclntyre 

379 Longmeadow Road 

Orange, Connecticut 
Mary Mento 

55 Forest Road 

West Haven, Connecticut 
Evette R. Moore 

554 Orchard Street 

New Haven, Connecticut 
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard H. Orkin 

4201 Germantown Avenue 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
John Pulit 

214 Lane Street 

Hamden, Connecticut 
John F. Reid 

237 Second Avenue 

West Haven, Connecticut 
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard F. Rodgers, Sr. 

232 Oak Parkway 

Dunellen, New Jersey 
Henry B. Soudor 

74 Church Road 

Telford, Pennsylvania 
Herman F. Weidig 

204 Maple Street 

New Haven, Connecticut 
Philip B. Chamberlain 

165 Winthrop Drive 

Cheshire, Connecticut 



119 



WORKING CLASS HERO 
John Lennon 

As soon as you're born they make you feel small 

By giving you no time instead of it all 

Till the pain is so big you feel nothing at all 

A Working Class Hero is something to be 

A Working Class Hero is something to be 
hey hurt you at home and they hit you at school 
I'hey hate you if you're clever and they despise a fool 
Till you're so fucking crazy you can't follow their rules 

A Working Class Hero is something to be 

A Working Class Hero is something to be 
When they've tortured and scared you for 20 odd years 
Then they expect you to pick a career 
When you can't really function you're so full of fear 

A Working Class Hero is something to be 

A Working Class Hero is something to be 
Keep you doped with religion and sex and TV 
And you think you're so clever and classless and free 
But you're still fucking peasants as far as I can see 

A Working Class Hero is something to be 

A Working Class Hero is something to be 
There's room at the top they are telling you still 
But first you must learn how to smile as you kill 
If you want to be like the folks on the hill 

A Working Class Hero is something to be 

Yes, a Working Class Hero is something to be 
If you want to be a Hero well just follow me 
If you want to be a Hero well just follow me 

Copyright (c) 1971 Northern Songs Ltd. 
Used by Permission, All Rights Reserved 



Pages, 'Song ForThe Asking ": 
c. 1970 Paul Simon 

Used with the permission of the publisher. 
Page 15, "Across The Universe". 

Copyright (c) 1971 Northern Songs Ltd. 
Used by Permission, All Rights Reserved 



Page 11, "Oh My Love": 

Copyright (c) 1971 Northern Songs Ltd. 

Used by Permission, All Rights Reserved 
Page 26, "Friends": 

Copyright (c) 1970 Dick James Music Limited 

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