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2400 day 

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and granted 
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— but why do we come here? 






to develop a social life, 





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sunrise is the light by which man travels the sands of 

time, 
his way is not straight, but waivers to and fro. 
his path is not one, but many, so that he may 

choose . . . 
paths that are bordered by flowers, or harbor hidden 

thorns, 
some show the trial of those before us, that we may 

learn from them; 
others are bare that we may lead the way for those to 

come, 
in all ways, we leave our footprints on the sands 
so that we may say: 
"i have passed th is way. 






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Orientation Sept. 3rd. 

After a warm, sleepy summer, the UNH 
campus swung back into lively activity for 
the fall orientation of about 975 new stu- 
dents. A number of returning students, fa- 
culty, and administrators served as guides 
on tours of the campus, gave speeches on 
clubs, organizations and other UNH ser- 
vices, acted as hostesses at the Women's 
welcoming tea and collected the lost 
stragglers, herding them back to the student 
center. Recruitment for clubs and commit- 
tees went on in full force; and a frantic 
grappling ensued for a place at the board to 
discover course names and room numbers. 



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One of the first things you learn at 
UNH is where the Bookstore is — the 
next is that you must get your books ear- 
ly in the semester (if they sell out, they 
might not re-order, and, also, most in- 
structors prefer that you get your text a 
little before the mid-term anyway) and 
the third is that you must get there early, 
and be able to spare anywhere from 15 
minutes to 2 hours finding your books 
and notebooks, deciphering the prices, 
and standing in line to pay for them. 
Take heart, it's only this busy at the be- 
ginning of each semester, and the people 
are helpful and friendly. It's an exper- 
ience. 





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Football 





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\ Varsity Football 
Roster (Numerical) 



No 


Name 


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Dave Moll 


1 


John Montano 


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Bill Dwyer 


2 


Tom Blake 


51 


Ray Smith 


3 


Joe Lagrottena 


52 


JoeConsiglio 


4 


Peter Gerardi 


53 


Pat Civitello 


5 


Victor Markie 


54 


Dan Quinn 


12 


Jim Menge 


60 


Rich Holmes 


14 


Len Galbiscek 


61 


Tony Mortali 


16 


John McCarthy 


62 


Pete DeGregorio 


17 


Jim Martone 


63 


Larry Cozzolino 


18 


Steve DiMugno 


64 


Mark Lineweber 


20 


Steve Borkowski 


65 


John Cicarella 


21 


Ron Masse 


66 


Don Broderick 


22 


Ed Murphy 


70 


DaleBurtyk 


23 


Richard Doran 


71 


Joe Lucibello 


24 


Rich Hanley 


72 


Richard Tavares 


30 


Art Edwards 


73 


Charles Turcio 


31 


Joe Sponzo 


74 


RickCaprio 


32 


Bill Gerardi 


75 


Lou Mica 


33 


Leon Jones 


76 


Hyman Glick 


34 


Thomas Vincent 


80 


Vin Tozzi 


35 


Bob Proto 


81 


Mike Williams 


40 


MikePlouffe 


82 


Dan Rivellini 


41 


Chris O'Connor 


83 


Russ Sharpe 


42 


Bob Holtz 


84 


Barry Rosner 


43 


Bob Chmura 


86 


Rick Kowalewsk 







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1974 New Haven 
Football Results 



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Date 


Opponents 


UNH 


OPP 


Sept. 14 


Bridgewater State 





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Sept. 21 


Curry College 





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Oct. 5 


at Massachusetts Mar. 





21 


Oct. 12 


Plymouth State 





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Oct. 19 


Maine Maritime 


12 


18 


Oct. 26 


at Framingham State 


12 


20 


Nov. 2 


at Western Conn. 


8 


20 


Nov. 9 


Nichols College 





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Nov. 16 


Boston State 


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Mixers 






The mixers on campus are sponsored by various clubs 
and organizations, and can accomodate the most varied 
tastes — folk, country, rock, soul or oldies, depending 
upon the weekend that you chose to go. The music and 
dancing are good, the people are rowdy, and sometimes 
even free beer! 



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All 
School 
Picnic 



Every fall, the DSG throws 
an on -campus picnic, with the 
entire UNH community in- 
vited. Committee workers 
cook endless numbers of hot 
dogs and hamburgers, while 
everybody helps themselves 
to salads and soda. A place to 
sit is easy — anywhere in the 
vicinity of the grills (so you 
can go back for seconds), out 
of the way of traffic, in a cir- 
cle with some friends, and 
preferably in the shade. It's a 
good way to relax, get a free 
meal, and get used to being on 
the UNH campus. 







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Dorm Life 

Getting settled in at the dorm is no 
easy matter. It's a whole new routine to 
your life — walking to another building 
for your meals, trying to find a quiet 
place to study, getting used to being a 
member of the "on-campus minority" in 
a commuter school, making it all a place 
where you can really be comfortable. 




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1974 Soccer Results 



Date 


OPPONENT 


UNH 


OPP 


Sept. 16 


Mexico* 





2 


Sept. 23 


at Yale 





1 


Sept. 25 


at Fairfield 


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3 


Sept. 28 


Babson 





1 


Oct. 8 


at Long Island 


1 


6 


Oct. 12 


Phila, Textile 





1 


Oct. 14 


at CCNY 


2 


3 


Oct. 21 


St. Francis (N.Y.) 


1 


2 


Oct. 24 


Quinnipiac 


3 


1 


Oct. 26 


at Keene St. 





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Oct. 30 


FDU-Madison 


4 





Nov. 2 


New York Univ. 





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Nov. 7 


at Central Conn. 


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2 


Nov. 9 


Southern Conn. 


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Soccer Roster 



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Name 


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2 


2 




Frank AH 


24 


24 




Tom Allinson 


8 


23 




Carl Babb 


4 


19 




Alvaro Barrios 


3 


3 




Fred Brown 


18 


18 




Robert Brown 


5 


14 




Winston Campbell 


20 


20 




Steve Dunne 


31 


31 




Wayne Finley 


IS 


15 




Richard Glass 


10 


10 




Scott Humphrey 


7 


7 




George Griffiths 


11 


11 




Frank Louriero 


12 


12 




Douglas Mousquito 


9 


9 




Carlos Palencia 


21 


21 




Al Rolli 


16 


16 




Charles Smith 


1 


1 




John Tarascio 


6 


6 




Robert Taylor 


Head Coach 


Dr. 


Joseph A 


. Machnik (Sixth Season) 


Assistant Coach: 


John Kowalski (Second Season) 


Co-captains 


Rob 


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Homecoming Weekend 



The turn-out for the UNH alumni homecoming was over whelming and enthusiastic, even if the day was gray, and 
damp, and cool. Actually, the weekend started on the evening before, with a little reminiscing at the Bob-Shoo-Bop 
Rock n' Roll Revue Friday. Saturday morning, alumni signed in at the Hospitality Tent, and helped themselves to 
coffee and donuts. The UNH Soccer team hosted Philadelphia Textile, and, later, our Football team challenged 
Plymouth State. Between the two sporting events was an "all-you-can-eat" cookout, and everyone took advantage of 
the good food and the heat from the grills to fortify themselves for the rest of the activities. The DSH ran a caberet 
that evening to round-out the celebrations. Varied entertainments made for an interesting and happy time; and the 
wine flowed like, well . . wine! The alumni were duly welcomed back! 




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Lectures 
Fall '74 




Robert Steele debates with Gloria Schaffer as both Political Parties try for the Governor's title. 










The Marshal Arts demonstration of Kung Fu. 



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Fall Baseball 



Final Record — Won 20, Lost 5, Tied 2 




UNH Builds A Brand New Library! 






For years, the UNH community used the old brown 
building as an adequate, if somewhat crowded, library 
— but always held on to the hopes of a more modern 
library facility. In 1971, the dream was put to the test, 
and a funny triangular-shaped building was designed, 
to be attached to the end of the Main Building. Ground 
was broken, plywood walls were put up, and construc- 
tion was underway. As everyone kept a watchful eye 
on the library's slow progress, some students happily 
decorated the campus by converting the plywood walls 
into a permanent art display. We almost hated to see 
those walls taken down; but they were removed, and 
our beautiful new library was finally finished! The 
library was named for our President-Emeritus, Marvin 
K. Peterson, and dedicated on a windy Sunday, Oc- 
tober 20th. 













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The Board of Governors 






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The University of New Haven 








cordially invite you to attend the 








DEDICATION CEREMONIES 








of the new 








UNIVERSITY LIBRARY 








Sunday, October the twentieth 








Nineteen hundred seventy-four 








at three o'clock in the afternoon 








at the West Haven campus 













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Evening Students 

Host 

The President's 

Fall Welcome Dance 



Every fall, the evening students hold a dinner 
dance to welcome their new students to UNH and 
acquaint them with the evening division. This 
year, the dance was held at Rapp's Pardise Inn, 
on Saturday, November 16th. There were flowers 
and bouteniers for the administrative guests, and 
a receiving line, so that everyone could greet the 
newcomers. 






Guest of Honor , President Philip Kaplan and his wife, Vivian. 



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Spring Registration 

At every pre-registration, confusion reigns su- 
preme, and the registration for the spring '75 se- 
mester was no exception. In fear of not being able 
to get a place in the classes and sections they 
preferred, students arrived en masse at the gym, 
8:30 AM, on the first of two days. Doing so, they 
pushed the system to its workable limits for for 
that morning and left it practically deserted and 
non- functional on the second day. Early instruc- 
tions shouted out by faculty aides (once you got 
inside the gym), were confusing, but somewhat 
helpful — at least you got started in the right 
direction. Most students really had little trouble 
in selecting and being listed in the courses they 
wanted or needed. Everyone is starting to get the 
hang of it now, and given a few more times 
around, will have it down pat and the system 

will probably be revised again! . oh, well. 




Basketball 



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Head Coach: Donald Burns (7th Season) 
Assistant Coach: William Farrow (2nd 

Season) 
Captains: Vic Kirilichin and Andrew 

Wilder 
Manager: Mark Federico '76 




1974-75 University of New Haven Basketball Roster 



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NAME 


50 


51 


Corbin, Al 


24 


25 


Milone, Tom 


10 


11 


Cunningham, Barry 


20 


21 


Selhamer, Larry 


42 


35 


Kirilichin, Vic 


44 


43 


Suchenski, Mark 


14 


15 


Laczkowski, Vin 


30 


31 


Taylor, Gary 


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33 


Mandowski, Ted 


32 


33 


Wilder, Andrew 



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1974-75 
Basketball 
Statistics 



Opponent 


UNH 


OPP. 


Sacred Heart 


62 


71- 


Brooklyn College 


74 


94- 


Marist College 


75 


78- 


Quinnipiac College 


78 


71 


Bentley College 


79 


118- 


William Paterson 


69 


83- 


FDU-Madison 


92 


109- 


Western Connecticut 


93 


80 


Monmouth 


84 


92- 


Kean College 


67 


64 


Trenton State 


56 


59- 


Babson College 


106 


95 


Jersey City 


86 


61 


Southern Connecticut 


62 


83- 


Quinnipiac College 


69 


84- 


Central Connecticut 


62 


82- 


St. Joseph's (Maine) 


95 


65 


Eastern Connecticut 


61 


95- 


Bryant College 


74 


78- 


Nichols College 


107 


68 


Southeastern Massachusetts 


107 


83 


Merrimack College 


81 


83- 


Southern Connecticut 


68 


79- 


American International 


87 


67 


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50 winter 



The real end of the semester was, as 
always, final exams. Having to study 
for them is exhausting, and sometimes 
seems so pointless; but nothing 
creates a feeling of "do or die" more 
readily than sitting in your class for 
the last time and staring down at one 
of those little blue books. At least 
they're done and out of your mind for 
the Christmas holidays; now all you 
have to think about are the grades that 
should be arriving soon 




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HONESTY 

HARD WORK 

& 
LEADERSHIP 



VOTE 






DANVIUE 
RESIDENT 




D S G Elections 




It was one of the most 
boisterous campaigns the 
UNH campus has ever 
seen. The candidates for 
president of the DSG hung 
posters, made speeches, 
created campaign slogans, 
and handed out pencils and 
leaflets like they were 
going out of style. Traces 
of the campaigning were 
everywhere, but the Stu- 
dent Center was furiously 
busy, ablaze with politics 
and smiles. 

The voting was set for 
December 2-5, and the 
Elections Committee kept a 
watchful eye on the pro- 
ceedings. Late on Thursday night, the ballots were 
counted, and the results were brought down to the 
waiting crowd of candidates, delegates, and friends: 
DaveBufalini— 270 



Paul Banville — 


265 


Chuck Manns — 


138 


Russ Sharpe — 


87 


and for Treasurer: 




Tom Sullivan — 


405 


Dan Criswell — 


248 



The crowd reacted both happily for the winners, and 
compassionately, understandingly, for the losers — for 
everyone had tried. It was all over . . . everyone walked 
over to the Rathskellar, to talk, or think, and to settle 
things in their minds to wish the winners the best of 

luck in their offices . 



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Annual Children's 

Christmas Party 



On a Saturday before the Christmas holiday, the UNH Ca- 
feteria turns into a wonderland of wrapped gifts, elves, and 
Christmas trees. The children of the evening students are all 
invited to come. They visit with Santa, telling him things 
they'd forgotten to include on their lists for Christmas, and 
playing with the toys he gives them as "early" Christmas pre- 
sents. Many of their parents volunteered to help serve cookies, 
candy, & soda to the excited and happy children who have 
already spoken with Santa, and listen as they recount what 
Santa has promised to bring them. 




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Opponent 


UNH 


Opp. 






Worcester State 


4 


6 






Army 


3 


12 






Elmira College 


1 


10 






Fairfield 


6 


1 






Trinity 


8 


5 






New England College 


6 


3 






North Adams State 


1 


2 






University of Conn. 


1 


6 






New England College 


3 


4 






University of Mass. 


3 


7 






American International 


3 


12 


Over-all 




St. Anselm's College 


4 


13 




Lehigh University 
Elmira College 
Fairfield 


5 


2 


ECAC Record - 5-21 




4 
5 


6 
3 


ECAC Division II - 1 


16 


Bryant College 


3 


8 






Bridgewater State 


4 


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University of Conn. 


4 


7 






Worcester State 


6 


9 






Buffalo University 


1 


11 






Lowell Tech 


1 


11 






Salem State 


1 


11 






North Adams State 


3 


5 






Holy Cross 


4 


7 






Babson College 


7 


9 






Bridgewater State 


2 


3 







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HEAD COACH: Steve Lane (1st year) 
Assistant coach: Art Crouse (8th year) 
Co-captains: Scott Fera and mie Pitts 
Managers: Bruce Aarons and Sam Celone 




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20 


20 


•Rich Berlinski 


25 


25 


Bob Blakeslee 


30 


30 


Bob Blaikie 


4 


4 


Don Boyle 


12 


12 


Kevin Breslin 


17 


27 


Jim Butler 


15 


16 


John Cantwell 


10 


10 


"Jack Coutts 


1 


1 


Mark Demchak 


7 


7 


Steve Dunne 


18 


18 


*Scott Fera 


16 


16 


*Wayne Finley 
Jeff Foito 


11 


11 


Peter Gomes 


6 


6 


Bill Hannigan 


1 


1 


Ray Hussong 


30 


30 


Scott Humphrey 


2 


2 


Roger Lawler 


22 


22 


Jay Leach 


24 


24 


*Mike McDonnell 


21 


21 


*Gary Morabito 


14 


14 


*Jamie Pitts 


8 


8 


'Bob Salvatore 


19 


19 


*Ed Scott 






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A M. . A 



Mid-Year 
Commencement 

Four hundred twenty-nine degrees were awarded 
by the University of New Haven at its fourth annual 
mid-year commencement exercises at 10:30 a.m., 
Sunday, January 26, 1975. 

Norman I. Botwinik, Chairman of the Universi- 
ty's Board of Governors presided over the ceremon- 
ies. President Phillip Kaplan conferred the degrees. 
One hundred and nineteen Master's degrees were 
awarded; fifty Bachelor of Arts degrees and two 
hundred and eight Bachelor of Science degrees were 
conferred; and fifty-two graduates received Asso- 
ciate in Science degrees. 

The Universitv of New Haven also awarded four 
Honarary Degrees: Dr. William R. Bennett, J., Doc- 
tor of Science; Garo Willard Ray, Doctor of Engin- 
eering; John Hersey, Doctor of Humane Letters; and 
Myres Smith McDougal, Doctor of Laws. 

The Dean of Students awards for outstanding 
achievement and service to the University were pre- 
sented to the following graduates: Bennie J. Haynes, 
B.A. Political Science; Theodore F. Kunkel, B.S. Cri- 
minal Justice; Thomas W. Murphy, B.A. Sociology; 
and Edward Joseph Regan, III, B.S. Civil Engineer- 
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The DSG 

Christmas 
Party 

The DSG held a Christmas party for the 
Day Students, but it was a little different 
from the Evening Students version. It was 
held in the Cafeteria, but Santa wasn't 
there, and instead of cookies and soda, the 
DSG provided free beer. Everyone sang, 
and danced, and had a good time . even 
if Santa couldn't attend. 





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Spring Orientation 

Two weeks after Christmas, students and faculty 
began to return to the University and prepare for the 
Spring '75 semester. A small orientation was held to 
welcome the new students on January 16th, and ever- 
yone on campus settled down to the business of classes 
and studying. 




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A gymnastics group displayed their tumbling and vaulting abilities. 



Lecture — Demonstrations 




Members of the Ukranian society explained and performed some of the more popular folk dances. 



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. Well, It's Been A Hard 
Winter For All Of Us! 



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Caberet! 



Possibly the best-loved form of social 
function on campus is the Caberet. They are 
free to UNH students, and tables are set up 
with bowls of potato chips and pretzels. 
(You'd never recognize the cafeteria, it 
looks so much different with little tables — 
complete with checked cloths — and 
dimmed lighting!) Ice and glasses are pro- 
vided; you bring your own wine or beer. 
The bands, dancers, comedians, and poets 
* are chosen from a wide and varied selection, 

and there is almost 
always an oppor- 
tunity to dance. 
No matter what 
sort of mood you 
find yourself in on 
Saturday night — 
you're almost sure 
of enjoying the ca- 
beret so come! 






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With the start of the new semester, the Day Student Government underwent its annual change-over of officers 
and delegates. 

It's a sad time; the "Kunkel Administration" held its last meeting, and a luncheon was given in honor of the four 
departing DSG officers: Ted Kunkel, President; Steve DiMugno, Vice President; Ed Davies, Treasurer; Terry 
Principi, Secretary. Ted expressed his appreciation to the people who had worked for the DSG and congratulatory 
speeches were made all around . 





Steve DiMugno, Ted Kunkel, Terry Principi, Ed Davies 



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Tom Sullivan, Judy Tavella, Dave Bufalini, Chuck Manns 




and it's also an eager time. The new 
DSG administration moved in, hung its 
own posters, and set down to business. 
President Dave Bufalini and his officers 
— Chuck Manns, Vice President — Tom 
Sullivan, Treasurer — Judy Tavella, Se- 
cretary — had the honor of celebrating, at 
one of their first meetings, the 100th 
meeting of the Day Student Government 
Council. 



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The Bloodmobile sponsored by Z.B.T. had a great 
turnout on Monday, April 21st. It was held in the 
student center lounge — Thanks for caring! 





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76 spring 






Chi Kappa Rho's 
Fashion Show — Card Party 

This year marked the 12th Annual Fashion-Card Party Show, 
sponsored by the Chi Kappa Rho Soroity. The Show is held each 
year for the benefit of the Virginia M. Parker Scholarship Fund, 
which goes to one incoming Fall Freshman Girl. 

All the sisters in the sorority work on the show in one way or an 
other. They bake, sell tickets, get door prizes, set-up and decorate 
the Student Center the day of the Show, and do many other things 
that go along with putting on a show like this one. 

The sorority's advisor, who is Mrs. Muriel MacKay works hard 
ail year around on the show. All the sorority sisters would like to 
extend a warm THANK YOU to her, and all those who donated their 
time and effort. 



FASHIONS BY PACE SETTERS EAST 
HAIR STYLING BY ARTISTICE BEAUTY 

CHAIRMEN OF THE FASHION SHOW 

Cris Melillo 

Gina Petonito 
Chairmanof Advertisement 

Marion Garnitz 
Chairmanof Letters 

Patty Coppinger 
Chairmanof Tickets 

Mary (Clancy) Walsh 
Chairman of Tables 

Alethea (Lee) Tenedine 



Fashion Models 

Lori Bober 

Patty Coppinger 

Haydee Galligo 

Marion Garnitz 

Barbara Stashkebeth 

Cheryl Wright 
Alumna Fashion Models 

Pat Maloney 

Palma Pogoda 
Hair Models 

All Models 

Mary Ann Signori 

Janet Specht 





spring 77 




Mixers! Where to go on a Friday night? — We've got 
the place — UNH! Together, with your friends at a place 
where money is no object, (admission free) — Well, at 
least most of the time — Students and friends are wel- 
comed to relax and have a good time. Let the music take 
over and forget all your troubles. 



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The Gameroom 



Step right in and play the pinball wizard! The game room — When you've got nothing to do. Try your luck — there 
is also ping pong and pool: great games of skill — indoor soccer is the new rage; spinning the ball, slamming it until 
your opponent collapses . . . 




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Name 


28 


28 




Beattie, Paul 


19 


19 




Benessi, George 


15 


15 




Cooke, Bob 


10 


10 




Downton, Mark 


7 


7 




Gabucci, Harold 


20 


20 




Genett, Rich 


22 


22 




Hewitt, William 
Heltz, Bob 


24 


24 




Kucers, Mike 


25 


25 




Lineweber, Mark 


4 


4 




Macuirzynski, Wayne 


30 


30 




Mazzene, Angelo 


23 


23 




McDermett, Brendon 


34 


34 




Mertali, Anthony 


27 


27 




Noble, Louis 


11 


11 




Nye, Harry 


31 


31 




Penna, Art 


33 


32 




Redelice, John 


8 


8 




Santere, Barry 


2 


2 




Sullivan, Timothy 


13 


13 




Tezzi, Vinnie 




Head Coach 


- Will Verhoeff 




Assistant 




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Captain — 


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1975 Lacrosse Results 

March 17 at Morgan State 8-24 

March 18 at Hampden-Sydney 7- 3 

March 20 at North Carolina State 3-14 

March 21 at Univ. of North Carolina 7-6 

March 29 Alumni 5- 4 

Apr. 2 atYaleFrosh 3-12 

Apr. 5 at Marist 11- 3 

Apr. 8 at Dean Jr. Coll. 7- 4 

Apr. 11 at Suffolk Comm. Coll. 2-13 

Apr. 16 Univ. of Conn. JV 15-3 

Apr. 18 at Nichols 5-16 

Apr. 23 at FDU-Madison 7-21 

Apr. 26 Westfield St. 14-8 

Apr. 30 Worcester Poly Tech 6- 7 

May 3 Rhode Island 8- 9 

May 7 Southern Conn. St. Coll. 10- 8 
Final record — 8 wins, 8 losses. 






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Arts 
Festival 



The Fourth Annual U.N.H. Arts Festival 
opened on April 12 and continued through 
the 15th. Judging the art work was Mr. 
Fussner, and the photography by Mr. 
Eastwood. To add to the excitement "The 
Eastern Brass Quartet" performed and re- 
freshments were served. Congratulations to 
the planners: John Williams, Pres.; Joanne 
Micknack, V.P.; Dawn Reiss, Sec; and all 
the others who helped! This is an event 
which demonstrated the quality and creati- 
vity of the students . . Unique! 







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Cabaret! 



Lenny Bruce — "What is a word? What is a sound 
— each person's opinion has a double meaning — 
what he means — and what people think he 
means??" These thoughts, a band, food & drinks, 
red & white checked cloths, all this became part of 
Cabaret that night. A night that not many people 
will forget. 



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. . Will The Owner Of A Car — License Plate 
'BD 347' Please Report To The Main Desk?!" 



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Who's Who 

Among Students 

In American 

Colleges And 

Universities 



Who's That? No Who's Who! The 
committee, headed by Carole Aiken, 
chose the 25 students out of those no- 
minated. It was a hard decision — to help 
them, the previous QPR was upped from 
2.5 to 3.0, and along with this, they 
should have made a major contribution 
in at least one club or organization on 
campus. It was a tough decision but one 
that had to be made! Congratulations to 
those who made it! 





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This year's group of students representing UNH — Who's Who Award recipients, Gery P. Alexander, Dianne P. Barnes, Barry C. Bosworth, Dennis 
5. Brunelle, Lynn A. Bundy, Leo J. Calderone, James V. Cassella, Edward J. Davies, Ernest M. Dichele, William B. Flor, Bennie J. Haynes, Harry 
W. Koots, Mary E. Maton, Chris J Maturo, Virginia M. McAvinney, Rebecca D. Morgan, Richard T. Pile, Paul G. Price, Therese M. Principi, 
Peter R. Porrino, Robert W. Ryan, Nancy A. Sailer, Terry B. Schwartz, Lawrence N. Seilhamer, Jon K. Tice, Mark A. Walters, Peter E. Wiese, 
David S. Wilkinson, Paulette J. Williams, and Jeanette P. Zechman. 



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Registration 



Back in line — can you believe it! This semester they 
actually told you the time and the right door in which to go 
for registration. What to take? Can't take 2 courses at the 
same time! First of all — what is required? What have you 
already taken? got to get the right time. Oh no — class 

isn't available — back to the old drawing board 





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spring 




Lectures — Demonstrations 



During the weeks , in the Student Center, you may find 




operas, 



jazz bands. 





even a folk-mass for Catholic Holy days of Obli- 
gation. 



chess tournaments, 



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Tennis 









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Of New Haven 
Tennis Roster 



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Owen Stewart 

Kevin Prentice 

Mike D'Eugenio 

Jim Blasczyk 

Gary Kamuda 

Scott Fera 

Rick Garofalo — Capt. 

Coach — Dr. Franklin Sherwood 



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1975 Tennis Results 




Apr. 8 


Quinnipiac 


5 V 2 -3 Vz 


Apr. 10 


at Marist 


8-1 


Apr. 12 


at Southern Conn. St. Coll. 


3-6 


Apr. 14 


at Bridgeport 


4-5 


Apr. 23 


at Yale JV 


0-9 


Apr. 26 


at Bryant 


7-2 


Apr. 28 


at Fairfield 


1-8 


May 3 


at Connecticut College 


3-6 


May 7 


at Connecticut Coll. 


1-8 


May 10 


at Bridgewater St. 


5-4 


Final record — 4 wins, 6 losses 










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98 spring 



Finals 



Finals again! Studying until 4:30 and waking up at 6:30 — Cramming — Why did I wait til the last minute? Oh — 
please help! Papers due: only 2 more! Can you believe it's here already! The time has come — and soon vacation — 
can't wait! Hoping everything turns out alright — what more can be done?— Nothing just wait for grades . . 




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1975 BASEBALL RESULTS 










Central Connecticut 






Apr. 1 




State College 


7- 


8 11 inn. 






at Monmouth 


4- 


5 


Apr. 5 




North Adams St. 


3- 


8 


Apr. 6 




North Adams St. 


18- 


9 


Apr. 8 




Quinnipiac 


8- 


4 


Apr. 9 




Bridgeport 


13- 


4 


Apr. 10 




Fairfield 


4- 


5 


Apr. 12 




at Bentley 


5- 


3 


Apr. 12 




at Bentley 


4- 


3 


Apr. 13 




St. John's 


4- 


11 


Apr. 14 




at Eastern Conn. St. College 


6- 


7 10 inn. 


Apr. 15 




at Sacred Heart 


5- 


1 


Apr. 17 




at Quinnipiac 


9- 





Apr. 19 




Southeastern Mass. Univ. 


3- 


1 


Apr. 19 




Southeastern Mass. Univ. 


2- 


1 


Apr. 20 




Brooklyn Coll. 


9- 


6 


Apr. 22 




at Fairfield 


25- 


11 


Apr. 23 




Western Conn. St. Coll. 


7- 





Apr. 25 




at Stonehill 


1- 





Apr. 26 




at Assumption 


17- 


6 


Apr. 27 




at Bryant 


3- 


4 


Apr. 27 




at Bryant 


9- 


6 


Apr. 28 




StonybrookColl. 


10- 


1 


May 5 




Sacred Heart 


6- 


1 


May 6 




Quinnipiac* 


11- 


3 


May 8 




Southern Conn. St. Coll.** 


5- 


4 10 inn. 


May 9 




at Central Conn. St. Coll. 


12- 


7 


May 10 




at Albany St. 


18- 


4 


May 10 




at Albany St. 


8- 





May 11 




at Siena 


20- 





May 11 




at Siena 


4- 


3 


May 14 




Bridgeport 


1- 





May 17 




Assumption *** 


11- 


2 


May 18 




Springfield**** 


2- 





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1975 University 

Of New Haven 

Varsity Baseball Roster 



No 




Name 


H. 


A. 




2 


2 


Brown, Brian 


11 


11 


Keating, Tom 


19 


19 


Menswar, Don 


18 


18 


Michalczyk.Tom 


26 


24 


Mitchell, Bob 


21 


21 


Paglialunga, Len 


10 


10 


Pikor, Ed 


3 


3 


Powers, Bob 


15 


15 


Rensulli, Carmen 


8 


8 


Ryan, Mike 


18 


18 


Santos, Rick 


25 


25 


Schuler, Dave 


24 


26 


Shoretell, Bill 


6 


4 


Tipa, Steve 


12 


12 


Tobin, Tim 


9 


9 


Tranquillo, Pete 


26 


26 


Petrashune, Glynn 


20 


20 


Vieira, Frank 

Head Coach (13th Season) 


23 


23 


Tonelli, Joe 

Assistant Coach (6th Season) 




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106 summer 







Like the Pied Piper, the 
music magically drew stu- 
dents together in the warm, 
sunny afternoon on cam- 
pus. It's nice to think a 
group of people can do that 
— what started as practice 
soon became a concert. 




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108 summer 




The 
D.S.G. 



Throughout the spring and summer 
months, many of the local clubs and 
organizations put softball teams to- 
gether and challenge each other to nu- 
merous play-offs. One such "contest" 
was the DSG vs. The NEWS. After 
many verbal disagreements during the 
year, both groups decided to put it all 
to the test: a softball game! The final 
result was DSG - 9, The NEWS - 8; 
the MVP's were Bob Ryan, shortstop 
(DSG), and Bill Murphy, pitcher 
(NEWS). 




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April 30, 1975 








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112 summer 







Every year, the Varsity 
Club of UNH sponsors a 
banquet to present awards 
to the outstanding athletes 
and to honor the recei- 
pients. This year, the pre- 
sentation of awards went as 
follows: 



BASEBALL (Coach Frank Vieira) 
Most Improved Player: Carmine Renzulli 
Most Valuable Player: Bob Powers 
BASKETBALLL: (Coach Don Burns) 
Most Improved Player: Gary Taylor 
Most Valuable Player: Barry Cunningham 
FOOTBALL (Coach Joe McHugh) 
Most Improved Player: Pat Civitello 
Most Valuable Player: Bill Dwyer 
CROSS COUNTRY (Coach Bob Deobil) 
Most Improved Player: Richard Massella 
Most Valuable Player: Joe Kingston 
GOLF (Coach Al Nicholsen) 
Most Valuable Player: Pete Gerardi 
HOCKEY (Coach Steve Lane) 
Most Improved Player: Peter Gomes 
Most Valuable Player: Jamie Pitts 
LACROSSE (Coach Will Verhoef f) 
Most Improved Player: Rich Gennett 
Most Valuable Player: Mickey Kucera 
SOCCER (Coach Joe Machnik) 
Most Improved Player: Frank Ali 
Most Valuable Player: Robert Taylor 
TENNIS (Coach Frank Sherwood) 

Most Improved Player: Jim 

Blasczyk 
Most Valuable Player: Rick 

Garofalo 
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 

(Coach Lois Kelly) 
Most Improved Player: 

Eileen Stillwell 
Most Valuable Player: Sue 

Voll 
WOMEN'S TENNIS 
(Coach Lois Kelly) 
Most Improved Player: 

Linda LaTorraca 
Most Valuable Player: 

Bonnie Lee 
ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 
AWARD (Jack LaRocca, 
UNH News): 
Robert Taylor, Soccer 




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Evening 

Students 

Host 

1975 Graduation 

Prom Dance 




114 summer 




On Saturday, May 24, 1975, the Evening Student Council 
sponsored the Graduation Prom/Dance for the 1975 Evening 
Student Graduates. It was held at the Ramada Inn, North Ha- 
ven, Connecticut; and 200 people attended. There was a cock- 
tail hour, dinner, and dancing, with an open bar. 

After dinner, three awards were presented (The Marvin K. 
Peterson Scholarship Fund) to the following recipients: Nicho- 
las Cifaldi, Patricia Henry, and Edward Smith. 

Also, certificates were given to the husbands and wives who 
helped "push" their spouses through college. 




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UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAVEN 



AND 



Evening Student Council 

Er-grw of p. % GL 

(Pushing Him Through) 

THIS CERTIFIES THAT 

has satisfactorily completed a course in Pushing Him Through - This gives said Spouse 
the right to go out more than once a week and takes away the Spouse's right to be 
grouchy, irritable and sarcastic. 

IN APPRECIATION OF THE EFFORT put forth by said Spouse in getting Her 
Husband graduated, this Certificate is awarded, 

this ...^^^i^.. day of 19 

Evening Director - UJJWERSia^)F NEW HAVEN 



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118 summer 




University of New Haven 
Holds 52nd Annual Commencement 

Five hundred and thirty-five degrees were awarded by the Uni- 
versity of New Haven at the fifty-second annual commencement 
excercises, on Sunday, June 8th. 

Norman Botwinik, chairman of the UNH Board of Governers, 
presided over the ceremonies. President Phillip Kaplan conferred all 
degrees. Eighty-two Master's degrees were awarded; 79 Bachelor of 
Arts degrees and 301 Bachelor of Science degrees were conferred; 
and 73 graduates received Associate in Science degrees. 

The University also awarded three honorary degrees: Herta Glaz 
Redlich, founder and artistic director of the New Haven Opera 
Theatre, received a Doctor of Fine Arts; Dr. Rollin Gustav Oster- 
weis, Yale University Professor of History and Oratory, was given a 
Doctor of Humane Letters; and Dr. Ruth Patrick, Chief Curator of 
the Limnology Department at the Academy of Natural Sciences in 
Philadelphia, received a Doctor of Science. Dr. Patrick also delivered 
the commencement address. 

Dr. Joseph Parker, Dean of the Graduate School, presented the 
Masters degree candidates. Bachelor degree recipients were presented 
by their respective deans: Dr. Douglas Robillard, School of Arts and 
Sciences; Warren Smith, School of Business Administration; and 
Thomas Warner, Jr., School of Engineering. Associate degree candi- 
dates were presented by Dr. Alexis Sommers, provost. 

The Dean of Students' awards were presented to the following 
graduates: Leon E. Jones, B.A. in Sociology; Gery P. Alexander, B.S. 
in Criminal Justice; and Edward J. Drew, Jr., B.S. in Criminal Justice. 

Mary E. Maton, B.S. in Communications; and Thomas J. Lynskey, 
B.S. in General Management, were presented with the Alumni Asso- 
ciation awards. 

The Wallace Silversmiths award was given to Robert W. Ryan, 
B.S. in Economics. 

Alpha Sigma (Evening Honor Society) honored Ronald J. Fachini, 
B.A. in Marketing; while the Alpha Chi Honor Society awards were 
presented to Erline A. Reilly, B.A. in Sociology; Harry B. Kirchner, 
B.S. in Hotel and Restaurant Administration; and Kenneth D. Ash- 
ton, B.S. in Civil Engineering. 




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unh by day and by night 



when a college or university is large, there are more chances for an extremely diverse 
population — but then, these differences are more difficult to detect because of the size 
of the scale, the larger the means of comparison, the more generalities one tends to use. 
with a university the size of unh, the differences between people can often go unnoted, 
but rarely go undetected, if you stop to think about it, there are some 5500 students 
here, and each is very unique, we have tried, throughout this book, to represent the 
people who attend this university, and why they have chosen to do so. perhaps the 
following comparing and contrasting categories will help you to understand a little 
more clearly what different people hope to achieve in their time here. 



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thorns, 
some show the trial of those before us, that we may 

learn from them; 
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Dr. Alexis Sommers 
Provost 



Marvin K. Peterson 
President Emeritus 






Richard Lipp 

Continuing Education Director 



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Dr. Douglas Robillard 
Dean of Arts and Sciences 



Warren Smith 

Dean of Business Administration 





John Ghoreyeb 
Dean of Students 



Dr. Thomas Warner 
Dean of Engineering 



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Frank Hull 
Treasurer 





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John Benevento 
Director of Admissions 







Robert Campbell 

Assistant Director of Admissions 



Peter Rogers 
Admissions Counselor 



Jeanne D Ambruoso 
Admissions Counselor 





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Career Development Director 



Dr. Michael York 
Counseling Director 



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David DuBuisson 
Director of Financial Aid 



Carole Aiken 

Director of Women's Affairs 




Richard Gelgauda 

General Manager of WNHU 





Joseph Macionus 
Registrar 




Philip Robertson 

Housing and Student Center Director 





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Joseph Machnik 
Director of Athletics 



Samuel Baker 
Head Librarian 



Dorothy Lockrow 
Assistant Librarian 



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James Shattuck 
Personnel Director 





Thornton Smallwood 
Public Relations Director 




Joseph Cieplak 

Assistant Director of Public Relations 



Elizabeth Bennett 

Staff Assistant of Public Relations 





Donald Scott 
Security Director 



Richard Baker 

Supervisor — Investigations & Assistant to the Director 



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Joseph Arnold 
Industrial Engineering 





Edward Astarita 

Hotel and Restaurant Administration 





Srilekha Bell 
English 



Jerry Berglund 
Mechanical Engineering 



Joseph Bernard 
History 





Alfred Bradshaw 
Sociology 



David Brown 
Psychology (Chrmn.) 



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George Carson 
Civil Engineering 




Joseph Chepaitis 
History 




Satish Chandra 

Marketing and Intern! Business 





KeeChun 
Physics (Chrmn.) 



Frank Clifford 
Industrial Engineering 




Thomas DiLullo 
Accounting 






William Farrow 
Physical Education 



Howard Fidler 

Hotel and Restaurant Mgt. (Chrmn.) 






Johnnie Fryer 

General Studies (Chrmn 



Richard Greet 

Materials Engineering (Chrmn. 



Fran Grodzinsky 
French 





Stephen Grodzinsky 
Electrical Engineering 



Ronald Haberman 
Industrial Engineering 



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Earl Hamel 

Business Administration 





Robert Hoffnung 
Psychology 



Darrell Horning 
Electrical Engineering 







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Robert Howling 
English 





Arnold Hyman 
Psychology 



Samuel James 
Economics 



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Gwendolyn Jensen 
History 






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Nathaniel Kaplan 
English 





Gerald Kirwin 

Electrical Engineering (Chrmn.) 




Dennis Kalma 
Biology 




Robert Kravet 
Accounting 




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Constantine Lambrakis 
Mechanical Engineering (Chrmn. 



Roger Lanahan 
Fire Science (Dir. 



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Henry Lemaire 
Chemistry 





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Richard Mann 
Civil Engineering 




Roger Millen 

Management Science (Chrmn.) 





John Martin 

Civil Engineering (Chrmn.) 




Ivan Lobay 
Mechanical Engineering 



Bertrand Mathieu 
English (Acting Chrmn.) 






Elizabeth Moffitt 
Fine Arts (Chrmn.) 




Charles Milliard 
History 





Robert Murillo 

Criminal Justice (Acad. Coord.) 




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Richard Morrison 
Physics 




David Naccarato 
Mathematics 




KaiNordlund 
Finance 



William Nyce 
Chemistry (Chrmn.) 



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Daniel O'Keefe 
Electrical Engineering 



Philip Olgin 

Teacher Education (Dir.) 




Willard Petersen 
Economics 



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P. Rajeswaran 
Criminal Justice 



Garo Ray 
Communications 




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Dinwiddie Reams, Jr. 
Biology 




Frank Roddy 
Economics 





Myrna Rottman 
English 



Allen Sack 
Sociology 










Joshua Sandman 






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Economics 



Shiv Sawhney 

International Bus, & Management 



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William Scholl 
Philosophy 





Franklin Sherwood 
Economics (Chrmn.) 





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Donald Smith 
English 



Richard Stanley 
Mathematics (Chrmn.) 



Burton Staugaard 
Biology 




Karl Tolonen 
Biology 







Frank Vieira 
Physical Education 



Henry Voegeli 
Biology 






Gilbert Whiteman 
Communications (Chrmn.) 



Bernard Wiener 
Marketing 



Jeffrey Williams 
Accounting (Chrmn.) 





Ned Wilson 
Industrial Engineering 



H. Fessanden Wright 
Science and Biology (Chrmn.) 



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*SITY«: NEW HAVEN 



)UNTIN<* JjUB 




Accounting Club 



The Accounting Club strives to promote the field of 
Accounting at the University of New Haven, and increase 
the student's understanding of the various careers open to 
them. To achieve these goals, the Club frequently hosts 
guest speakers from various professional areas, such as 
the Internal Revenue Service, Public Accounting firms, 
and Corporate Accounting. In addition to these activities, 
the club helps promote an annual field trip to an estab- 
lished financial institution, such as the Securities & Ex- 
change Commission, or the New York Stock Exchange; 
and organizes Student-Faculty Forums where accounting 
courses and programs at the University are discussed and 
evaluated. The activities of the Accounting Club have 
expanded through continually increasing students sup- 
port, and looks forward to continued success in the fu- 
ture. 



Officers 



President 
V. President 
Treasurer 
Secretary 



Fall -74 Spring- 75 

Ernest Dichele Steve Belchuk 

Armand Rossi Greg Chvisuk 

Lew Kaufman Tom Delia Ventura 

Diane Barnes Hal Jordan 



Program Chmn Jeanette Zeckman 



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CHEERLEADERS 




Seen at most of the Foot- 
ball games and many of the 
Basketball contests this 
year was a group brand 
new to UNH — Cheer- 
leaders! With the initial 
backing and advice from 
Don Ormrod, the squad 
was organized by Jeanne 
D'Ambruoso — and many 
hours were dedicated to 
practice. 

These women worked, 
learned, and exhibited more 
enthusiasm than ever seen 
before. They did so with- 
out any athletic or profes- 
sional coaching. Even 
though they received mini- 
mal student support, they 
enjoyed their endeavor and 
plan to continue next year. 
Many thanks to Dr. Joe 
who supported them all the 
way. 



Members of the Cheering Squad: Peggy Bisher, Mary Egan, Starr Thorne, Dee Dee Fallon, Joanne 
Connors, Kathy Mikiewicz, Barbara Stashkivich, Chris Melillo, Carol Staugaard, Haydee Gallego, Peggy 
Ramirez, Renee La Casse. 





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MANAGEMENT CLUB 



The purpose of the Management Club is to give its members 
valuable insight into the management workings of the outside 
world. Together, they explore management techniques and how 
they will affect companies and the working environment. The 
club offers valuable experience not found in classroom teachings. 
"One Learns By Doing." 



Officers 

President Eric Fahrman 

Secretary Rich Maloney 

Treasurer Bruce Gilston 

Membership Chmn Tony Falcigno 

Committee Coordinator Barry Goldman 




Guest speaker Wayne DeSerba, lecturing on Affirmative 
Action. 




LEFT TO RIGHT (FRONT ROW) Rich Maloney, Eric Fahrman, Tony Falcigno, Barry Bosworth. (BACK ROW) James Jones, Ron Petsonis, 
Janice Brown, Don McKendall, Bill Johns, Chuck Addonizio, Peter Czuchra, Paul Hebert, Gene Gentibe, Matt Wright, Elizabeth Breed, 
Michael Fuschi, Dr. Allen Marber. 



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American Society 

Of 

Civil Engineers 




Club members holding the 3rd place trophy that they won at the concrete canoe 
race in Bangor, Maine. 




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Evening Student Council 

The Evening Student Council is an organization established to unite the Evening Students for the purpose of pro- 
moting the welfare of the student body of the University; to develop and encourage a school spirit among the evening 
student body through social and other activities; to convey evening student opinion to the administration of the 
University; and to cooperate with the administration of the University in accomplishing these objectives. The council 
has also been active in assuring continued veteran benefits to qualified students. The Evening Student Council 
meetings are usually held the first Saturday of each month in the faculty lounge. 

The following is a list of the 1974-75 representatives on the Evening Student Council: Harry Ackley, George R. 
Baker, Christos P. Banos, John L. Hunter, Edmund Kozlowski, Thomas Lacey, Mary Ann Mikosky, Louise J. Smith, 
John F. Tarantino, Jr., Barbara Taylor, John Tomchick, and William Vos. 




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Chemistry Club 




Chemistry Club. (STANDING) Karen Civitello, Nancy Seller, Anne MacGregor, Tim Szczesiul. (SEATED) Dr. Desio, 
Robert Araujo. 



D.S.G. Social Committee 




FRONT ROW: Janet Specht, Joe Hurbon, Pat Arbusto, Terri Principi, Connie Dispirito, Marie Mandeville. BACK ROW: Tom Greene, 
Rich Travers, Andy Madga, Bruce Kelly, Dave Levison. 



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TheD.S.G. _. 



The DSG is a unique student government 
in its independence from the school's ad- 
ministration. Some $100,000 in Student Ac- 
tivity Fees are distributed by the DSG. This 
represents a $30 per semester investment by 
you, the student. The Question is, what are 
you getting for your money ? 

The DSG sponsors social events through- 
out the year. Caberets, picnics, lectures, and 
films are all subsidized by the Student Ac- 
tivity Fee. It is up to the Student body to tell 
the DSG what activities they want. An in- 
dividual student can change nothing by 
himself or herself. The DSG is the represen- 
tative of student opinion in areas ranging 
from academic to social. So the choice is up 
to you: you can influence what effects you, 
or accept whatever happens. 













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D.S.G. Advisor, Dr. D.C. Reams, was honored at the 
last meeting of the spring semester. Dr. Reams will 
begin a 1 yr. sabbatical next year. 



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TU^VW^T/i'-' 





kathy-leigh huber, editor-in-chief 




Liz Iorfino, Art. 



Marion Garnitz, Faculty & Administration 



The Chariot 

1975 



Bill Murphy, 
Lithography 



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Terry Peiken, Photographer. 




Phil Papa, Photographer. 





Phil Rosenfeld, Photographic Editor 



Chet Malin, Photographer. 



Chariot Staff 



kathy-leigh huber, editor-in-chief. 

phil rosenfeld, photographic editor. 

marion garnitz, faculty & administration, and organizations. 

nick haynack, seniors. 

liz iorfino, artwork, and cover design. 

betsy burke, creative writing, and artwork. 

jim toomey, american yearbook representative. 

senior portraits by malley's. 



Photographers: 

Alan Goldfinger 
Phil Papa 
Chet Malin 
Phil Rosenfeld 
Bill Murphy 
Terry Peiken 
Tony Picagli 
Tom Sullivan. 



Ads: 

Kathy Huber 
Bob Ryan 
John Stillwell 
Phil Rosenfeld 



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The student's FM radio station, WNHU, has 
now been on the air two years and keeps grow- 
ing almost daily. Staff members come from vir- 
tually every major curriculum without broad- 
casting experience. When they leave, though, 
not only have they acquired practical broadcast- 
ing, engineering and journalistic skills, but also 
a definite attitude of pride at having been 
members of the single, fastest-growing activity 
on campus and an integral part of station pic- 
nics, contests, ballgames. West Campus " meet- 
ings, and the infamous (incredible?) annual 
paper plate awards. 

Built entirely by energetic students, WNHU 
has twice achieved a national recognition. The 
first time was in January of 1974, when an- 
nouncer Tony Salzo broke the world's record 
for the most continuous hours of broadcasting 
singles — 270 hours, nearly 12 days. Then, in 
April of this year, the readers of Broadcast 
Management/Engineering Magazine voted 
WNHU Best FM Station in the nation for it's 
cost saving ideas and economic structural de- 
sign. 

Located in the south wing of the third floor in 
the student center, the community-minded sta- 
tion has played an active role in social functions, 
too. For example, they took portable equipment 
down to the New Haven Green last year to 
broadcast live concerts being sponsored by 
NARCO, Inc., a drug rehabilitation clinic, and 
have stationed reporters at political campaign 
headquarters in all the area towns during major 
elections. Additionally, to keep sports fans in- 
formed, the station has broadcast both home 



WNHU- 88.7 FM 





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and away games of the University's baseball, 
football, hockey and basketball teams. 

Currently, WNHU broadcasts 365 eighteen- 
hour days a year at a frequency of 88.7 mega- 
hertz. With room for all musical preferences, 
they now play primarily progressive rock, inter- 
spersed with generous helpings of soul, jazz, 
folk, classical, blues, and disco along with nu- 
merous educational programs for the more intel- 
lectual listeners. "We can teach anyone with in- 
itiative to be a broadcaster," claims WNHU's 
proud management. 






Dick Gelgauda, General Manager 




Bob Russo, Chief Engineer 




Paul Price, 
Station Manager 



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THE NEWS / ~™ 



Berrigan Speaks 
About Torture 





Administration Willing 
To Pay Audit Charges 



■ Cop Fights For Job 






Bill Murphy, Managing Editor 







Gery Alexander, Editor-in-Chief 



The News 




Phil Papa, Co-Photo Editor 



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Jim Martin, Advertizing Director 





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Jack LaRocca, Sports Editor 



Joe Amarante, Campus Editor 



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ALPHA CHI 

Alpha Chi Honorary Scholarship Society is the high- 
est honor conferred on any student at the University 
of New Haven. Students who rank in the top ten per- 
cent of the Junior and Senior classes are invited to 
become members. The society has over one hundred 
chapters nationwide and UNH's is the only existing 
one at a University in Connecticut. 

Activities of Alpha Chi include a formal induction 
ceremony, which was held in the Student Center 
Lounge on April 12th. The ceremony included the pre- 
sentation and induction of new members, a guest 
speaker, recognition of "Teacher-of-the-Year" and 
"Outstanding Seniors" awards and installation of of- 
ficers. This year, the audience was enthralled by the 
quick wit of Professor Wilbert Snow. Noted poet, 
statesman and scholar, the 91-year-old Professor Snow 
is still active in education and writing. Forty-seven new 
members were inducted at that ceremony. 

The goals of Alpha Chi include scholarship, char- 
acter and service as the traits which combined make 
education effective for good in society. The society's 
motto is "Ye shall know the truth and the truth shall 
makeyou free". 





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Officers: 



President 

Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Public Relations 



Ernest Dichele 

Carl Cecere 

Dianne Barnes 

Bob Ryan 

. . Mary Maton 




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XKP - Chi Kappa Rho 



Chi Kappa Rho Sorority was founded in 1963 for the 
purpose of rendering service to the University, promoting 
better understanding among the girls of the University, 
and increasing female participation in University activi- 
ties. The sorority holds an annual Card Party-Fashion 
Show, benefiting the Virginia M. Parker Scholarship, 
makes a Thanksgiving Basket for a needy person in the 
area, holds a Toys for Tots Drive, and is involved in 
many other area and University functions. 

Any full-time, female student, maintaining a cumula- 
tive QPR of 2.0 or better is eligible to join Chi Kappa 
Rho. 

XKP Officers 

President Patti Coppinger 

Vice-President Aletha Tenedine 

Secretary Barbara Peluse 

Treasurer Mary (Clancy) Walsh 

Social Chairperson Janet Specht 






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LAE — Lambda Alpha Epsilon 



Lambda Alpha Epsilon (Phi Lambda Epsilon 
Chapter) is a national law enforcement frater- 
nity open to students in the Criminal Justice 
program, Day and Evening Divisions, and gra- 
duates of the University of New Haven's two 
or four year Criminal Justice Program. 











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TKE — Tau Kappa 
Epsilon 



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 unattainable as individuals — is also the im- 
pelling force that causes individuals to join together into this 
international society. Tau Kappa Epsilon has gained a posi- 
tion of strength — not by luck or lowered standards, but by 
detailed planning, devoted service and inspired leadership. 
Instrumental in its success has been a "pioneering" spirit 
that has characterized Teke from its beginning and far- 
sighted leaders who have had the fortitude to accept the 
challenge of the unknown. 



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ZBT - Zeta Beta Tau 





Veterans Club 




The Veterans Club concluded the year with a pic- 
nic at Sleeping Giant State Park on May 17, 1975. 
The purpose was to acknowledge the hard work of 
those who helped the club conduct a successful raf- 
fle to support its activities. 

The club's functions were somewhat limited, but 
included year 'round letter-writing campaigns and 
lobbying on behalf of veterans' legislation. In addi- 
tion, the club sponsored promotion of campuswide 
recognition of Veterans Day. 

Officers 

Bob Ryan, President 
Bill Flor, Vice-President 
Pat Arbusto, Secretary 
Barry Bosworth, Treasurer 






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"The Grave Problem Of The Tweeners" 

By Art Hoppe 



"The Grave Problem of the Tweeners" 

copyright, 1971, Cronicle Publishing 
Company, reprinted by permission of 
the author. 



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Once upon a 
time in the 
country called 
Wonderfuland, 
The Elders 

faced a grave 
problem: What 
to do with the 
Tweeners. 



*Now everybody in Wonderfuland had some- 
thing to do — everybody but the Tweeners. The 
children went to school and learned mostly useful 
things and the grown-ups went to work and did 
mostly useful things. And being most-usefully 
busy, they were mostfully-usefully happy. *But 
the Tweeners were too old to be children and too 
young to be grown-ups. And far too smart- 
alecky to have around the house. 



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*"There's only 
one solution/' 
said the eldest 
Elder gravely. "As 
soon as they're 
too old to be chil- 
dren, we must put 
them away in an institution until they're old 
enough to be grownups/ 7 *The other Elders re- 
coiled in horror. "Let's think of something else/' 
said one with a shudder. So they thought. And 
thought. And thought. "Perhaps, if it were a nice 
institution," said a kindly elder tentatively, "with 
lots of grass and trees ...""... and games for 

them to play," 
said another 

brightly. " and 
cars and beer and 
dances," said a 
third enthusiasti- 
cally, "and if it 
had an impressive 
name," said a fourth. "I know! Let's call it college.' 




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So the Elders built an 
institution, called it 
College and put the 
Tweeners away there 
until they could grow 
up. *Of course, they 
didn't tell them that. 
They told them, "you 
must widen your hori- 
zons, assimilate ideas and prepare for life/ 7 *To 
widen horizons, instill ideas and prepare them for 
life, the Elders staffed the college with old men 
called "Scholars/ 7 who weren't good for much 
else. ^Naturally, the Scholars, being Scholars, 
were not interested in Scholarship then in talking 
to Tweeners. But twice or thrice a week they 
dutifully tore themselves away from their Schol- 
arship to talk for 50 minutes about what they 
were interested in to the Tweeners. Like, The Sex 
Life of the Angiosperm. Or, the Use of the 
Dipthong in Etruscan Funeral Orations. * As an 
incentive to assimilating ideas, the Tweeners 



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were given letters. They got big 
letters to wear on their sweaters 
for playing games well. And lit- 
tle tiny letters, ranging from A 
to F, for studying what the 
Scholars were interested in. 
*After four years, they were 
certified "prepared for life" and released from 
the institution. ^Everybody was happy. The 
Tweeners were happy playing games, drinking 
beer, dancing and accumulating letters. And The 
Elders were happy to have them out of the house. 
*Then one day a Tweener looked thoughtfully 
around and said, "But what's all this got to do 
with anything?" And the other Tweeners said, 
somewhat surprised, that they were hanged if 





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they knew. And pretty soon the Tweeners were 
demonstrating from dawn to dusk, raising a ter- 
rible fuss. *"But we've given you grass and trees 
and games and dances and beer and letters/' said 
the Elders, rather plaintively. "What is it you 
want?" *Frankly, we're darned if we know," ad- 
mitted a Tweener Leader, scratching his head. 
"But whatever it is, this isn't it." 

Moral: College is 
7^f "" _"~^ *** a wonderful in- 

stitution — for 
those who want 
to grow up in an 
institution. 




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Thomas Accuosti 
B.A. Sociology 



Gery Alexander 
B.S. Criminal Justice 



K. A. Alencynowicz 
B.A. History 






Alexander Angal 
l.S. Criminal Justice 



Patricia Arbusto 
B.S. Criminal Justice 



Lawrence Asch 
i.S. Hotel Administration 




Kenneth Ashton 
B.S. Civil Engineering 



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Angelo Baldino 
B.5. Criminal Justice 



Joseph Barkhordari 
B.S. Civil Engineering 



Dianne Barnes 
B.S. Accounting 





Stephen Barr 
B.S. Management Science 






Ellen Beckerman 
B.S. Social Welfare 



James Benas 
B.S. Industrial Engineering 



Pierre Blanchet 
B.S. Civil Engineering 



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Margaret Bogerty 
B.S. Political Science 






Thomas Bonfiglio 
B.S. Hotel Administration 



Barry Bosworth 
B.S. Accounting 



James Bouvier 
B.S. Accounting 





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William Brechlin 
B.S. Electrical Engineering 



Catherine Bresnahan 
B.S. General Management 



Nicholas Brignola 
B.S. Accounting 



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Diane Brown 



Donald Brown, Jr. 
B.A. Political Science 



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Robert Brown, Jr 
B.S. Criminal Justice 



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Frances Bucciero 
B.A. Social Welfare 



Edward Bullwinkel 
B.S. Hotel Administration 



Lynn Bundy 
B.S. Retailing 




Julianne Buono 
B.S. Public Administration 




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Jeffrey Burdelski 
B.S. Criminal Justice 




Ernest Byar 
B.S. Operations Management 





David Burke 
B.A. Political Science 




Leo Calderone 
B.A. Psychology 




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Michael Caprio 
B.S. General Management 



Richard Castiglioni 
B.S. Operations Management 



Carl Cecere 
B S. Communications 



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Kevin Cleary 
B.S. Marketing 






Roxanne Clemens 
B.S. Criminal Justice 



John Clouse 
B.S. Criminal Justice 



James Corbett 
B.S. Hotel Management 




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Frederick Cotter 
B.S. Public Administration 






William Cox 
B.S. General Management 



Henry Crawford 
B.S. Criminal Justice 






Dennis Criscuolo 
B.S. Hotel Management 



Joseph Cue 
B.A. Political Science 



Peter Czuchra 
B.S. General Management 



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Joseph D'Arco 
B.S. Management Science 





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William Hewitt 
B.S. Criminal Justice 




Gary Del Vecchio 
B.S. General Management 




Edward Delaney Jr. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 





Neal DePersia 
B.S. Marketing 



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Ernest Dichele 
B.S. Accounting 





John DiMaio 



Michael Dimaria 
1-5. Criminal Justice 







Edward Drew, Jr 
B.S. Criminal Justice 



Maureen Drew 
AS. Journalism 



Kenneth Dubin 
B.A. Political Science 



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Henry-John Dzialo 
B.A. English 




James Egan 
B.A. Political Science 






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Herbert Dunn 
B.S. Electrical Engineering 




Eric Fahrman 
B.S. General Management 




Anthony Falcigno 
B.S. General Management 



Scott Fera 
B.S. General Management 



Miguel Figueroa 
B.A. Sociology 



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Michele Fox 
B.A. Sociology 




Joseph Franco 
B.S. Accounting 



Michael Fuschi 
B.S. Hotel Administration 



Michael Galaida 
B.S. Hotel Administration 






Wayne Gamache 
B.A. Political Science 



Mark Gant 
B.S. General Management 



John Gasiorek 
».S. Criminal Justice 



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Edward Gatavaski 
B.S. Criminal Justice 



Howard Gay 
B S. Industrial Engineering 



Thomas Gelozin 
B.A. Political Science 






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Marlene Gentile 
B.A. English 



Frances Giglio 
B.S. Public Administration 



Bruce Gilston 
B.S. Hotel Administration 




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Joseph Grandel 
B.A. Political Science 



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Thomas Grandel 



George Griffiths 
B.S. Marketing 



Beverly Hahetz 
B.S. Marketing 





Sharon Harvill 
B.S. Civil Engineering 






Bennie Haynes 
B.A. Political Science 



James Healey 
B.S. Criminal Justice 



Elisabeth Hetes 
B.A. Social Welfare 



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David Higgins 



Edward Huff 
B.S. Hotel Administration 



Joseph Hurbon 
B.S. Criminal Justice 





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Donald Jacobson 
B.S. Biology 






Robert Jerin 
B.S. Criminal Justice 



Leon Jones 
B.A. Sociology 



Abby Kennedy 
B.A. Sociology 



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Elmer Kiessling 
B.S. General Management 



Karl Kleefeld 
B.S. Hotel Administration 





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Roseanne Kolar 
B.A. Psychology 






Harry Kootz 
B.S. Biology 



Stefan Kucharyk 
B.S. Chemistry 



Theodore Kunkel 
B.S. Criminal Justice 



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Paula Ladbetter 





Rocco LaPorte 
B.S. General Management 





William LaFrance 
B.S. General Management 




Diane Lent 
B.A. Sociology & A.S. General Studies 







John Lia 



Roger Louise 
B.S. Criminal Justice 



Steven Lurcell 



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Stuart Lyman 
B.S. Criminal Justice 




Richard Maginnis 
B.S. Criminal Justice 




Richard Maloney 
B.S. General Management 



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Anna Manus 
B.A. Art 



Gary Marabito 



Peter Marchetti, Jr. 
B.5. Mechanical Engineering 






Thomas Mardi< 



James Martin, Jr. 
A.S. Communications 



Mary Maton 
B.S. Communications 




Chris Maturo 
B.S. Mechanical Engineering 






David McElroy 
B.S. Environmental Studies 



Ann McGregor 



Robert Mclntire 
B.S. Hotel Administration 




Dennis Meligonis 
B.S. Electrical Engineering 





Marv Ann Mikowsky 
B.S. General Management 










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Neil Millstein 
B.S. General Management 




Ronda Mills 
B.A.English 





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Marion Mitchell 
i. A. Social Welfare 
















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Leamon Moore 
i.S. Electrical Engineering 



Thomas Mordecai 
A.S. General Studies 



Liz lorfino 
A.S. Commercial Art 






Gary Morris 
B.S. Hotel Administration 



Thomas Murphy 
B.A. Sociology 



Rosemarie Nardi 
B.S. Accounting 



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Armand Onorato 
B.S. Marketing 



Cindy Ormrod 
B.A. Psychology 



John Pagliaro 
B.S. Hotel Administration 



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Joseph Payea 
B.S. Accounting 



Barbara Peluse 
B.A. Social Welfare 



Gerald Pesce 
B.S. Marketing 
















Thomas Pietrini 
B.S. Criminal Justice 



Leroy Pittman, Jr. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 



James Pitts 
B.A. Political Science 




Martin Piatt 
B.S. Accounting 



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Dennis Pomeroy 
B.5. Electrical Engineering 




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Paul Price 

A. Mathematics 



Linda Randolph 
B.S. General Management 



William Raro 
.S. General Management 






Ralph Reedy 
A.S. Advertising and Commercial Art 



Edward Regan 
B.S. Civil Engineering 



Edward Reilly 
B.S. Criminal Justice 



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Thomas Reti 




Myron Rich 
i.S. Operations Management 




Richard Root 
B.S. Criminal Justice 




Michael Ribnicky 
i.S. Electrical Engineering 




Frank Robinson 
B.S. Criminal Justice 




Armand Rossi 
B.S. Accounting 




Daniel Riccio Jr. 
B.S. Marketing 



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B.5. Electrical Engineering 








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Robert Ryan 
B.S. Economics 



Francis Sawicki 
B.S. Industrial Engineering 



Terry Schwartz 
B.S. Criminal Justice 




Thomas Santoro 
B.S. Criminal Justice 





William Sawicki 
B.S. Accounting 





Donnie Sellers 
B.A. Political Science 



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Myron Senczikowska 
B.S. Criminal Justice 



Robert Serphillips 
B.S. Electrical Engineering 





James Sherwonit 
B.S Civil Engineering 






Marv Ann Signori 
B.A. Social Welfare 



Stephen Silverstein 
B.S. Hotel Administration 



Gary Simpson 
B.S. Accounting 



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Linda Skowronski 
B.S. Criminal Justice 



Richard Sloan 



)ames Small 
B.S. Criminal Justice 





Oscar Stanley 
B.S. Criminal Justice 




Louis Stein 
B.S. Operations Management 



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Steven St. Laurent 
B.S. Accounting 



Mark Strucaly 
B.S. Marketing 



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Dennis Swanson 
B.S. General Management 



John Swanson 
B.S Civil Engineering 






Gary Swantko 
i.S. Criminal Justice 




Robert Taylor 
B.S. Criminal Justice 



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AletheaTenedine 
B.A. Social Welfare 



Mark Tenzer 
B.S. Criminal Justice 






Sandra Thompson 
B.S. Operations Management 



Steven Trapani 
B.S. Mechanical Engineering 



Carmine Trotta 
B.S. Civil Engineering 





Karen Trzcinski 
B.S. Criminal Justice 



205 





Albert Valletta 
B.5- Electrical Engineering 




Mary Walsh 
S. Criminal Justice 



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Barbara Von Hagen 
B.S. Operations Management 




Mark Walters 
B.S. Hotel Administration 




Ronald Wachter 
IS. Civil Engineering 




Peter Weise 
i.S. Criminal Justice 







John White Jr. 
B.S. Marketing 



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Michael White 
B.A. Sociology 




Kathleen Widger 
B.A. Psychology 





Andrew Wilder Jr 
B.A. Sociology 




Paulette Williams 
B.5. General Management 






Eugene Wittenberg 



Frank Wood 
B.A. Sociology 



Matthew Wright Jr. 
B.S. General Management 



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January Graduates 



Albon, William R. 

297 Church St. 

Naugatuck, Ct. 

B.S. Civil Engineering 
Alencynowicz, K. A. 

Spring Road 

Naugatuck, Ct. 

B.A. History 
Amare, Birhanei 

843 Congress Ave. 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 
Andrews, John E. 

106 Elizabeth Street 

Stratford, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Angal, Alexander E. 

12 Doyle Drive 

Ansonia, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Ariola, Paul J. 

182 Edgewood Ave. 

Waterbury, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Asch, Lawrence A. 

206 Lareine Ave. 

Bradley Bch., NJ 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Ashman, David S. 

186 Leetes Island Rd. 

Branford, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Baker, John C. M. 

176 Renfrew Ave. 

Adrian, Mich. 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Baker, J. Douglas 

179 High Top Circle W 

Hamden, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Baker, Robert B. 

7 Meadow Place 
East Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Environmental Studies 
Bandino, Angelo J. 

441 Poplar St. 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Baldrachi, Donald 

8 Nemczuk Drive 
Norwich, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Baldwin, Thomas W. 

1015 Racebrook Rd. 

Woodbridge, Ct. 

A.S. Business Administration 
Bango, James J. 

410 Evergreen Ave. 

Hamden, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Barnes, Ronald 

99 Edgewood Ave. 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Public Administration 
Barome, Ralph P. 

22 JewittSt. 

Ansonia, Ct. 

B.S. Mechanical Engineering 



Bartley, Christina L. 
67 Chestnut St. 
Branford, Ct. 

A.S. Business Administration 
Battistoni, Anthony P. 
88 Oak Avenue 
Torrington, ct. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Bazilchuk, William C. 
29 Styles Lane 
Norwalk, Ct. 
B.S. Accounting 
Beauchemin, Rhett 
1865 Chapel St. 
New Haven, Ct. 
B.S. Hotel Administration 
Beckerman, Ellen J. 
308 Alden Ave. 
New Haven, Ct. 
B.A. Social Welfare 
Behnke, David H. 
8 Rose Circle 
Meriden, Ct. 

B.S. Electrical Engineering 
Behuniak, James P. 
Jeremy Swamp 
Southbury, Ct. 
B.S. Mechanical Engineering 
Beraduce, James S. 
341 Smith Ave. 
New Haven, Conn. 
B.S. Marketing 
Berkel, David W. 
212 Kelsey St. 
New Britain, Ct. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Bijanada, Thanu 
12 WymanSt. 
Waterbury, Ct. 
B.S. Accounting 
Bilyo, William J. 
12 Randall Dr. 
Trumbull, Ct. 
B.S. General Management 
Blomerth, Kenneth P. 
Boston Post Road 
Westbrook, Ct. 
B.A. Art 
Bognar, Stephen A. 
334 Cedarknoll Drive 
Stratford, Ct. 
A.S. Criminal Justice 
Borino, Thomas M. 
140 Poplar St. 
New Haven, Ct. 
B.S. General Management 
Bourdon, Paul E. 

355 Coe Ave. Apt. 152 
Meriden, Ct. 
A.S. General Studies 
Boydston, William L. 
225 Hudson Terrace 
Piermont, NY 
B.S. Hotel Administration 
Brechlin, William H. 
152 Spruce Brook Road 
Berlin, Ct. 
B.S. Electrical Engineering 



Bresnahan, Catherine 
147 South Street 
Waterbury, Ct. 
B.S. General Management 
Brokofsky, Peter 
3804 31st Ave. 
Robbinsdale, MN 
B.S. Hotel Administratior 
Brown, Robert Jr. 
53 Rodney St. 
West Haven Ct. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Buckley, James W. 
421 Wakelee Ave. 
Stratford, Ct. 
BS. Marketing 
Burdelski, Jeffrey J. 
100 McKinley Drive 
New Britain Ct. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Butler, Linda L. 
28 Brushy Hill Rd. 
Newtown, Ct. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Caesar, Anthony A. 
Pelican Ext. Road 
Morvant.Trin. 
B.S. Public Administration 
Campbell, Clark C. Jr. 

Dutch Gardens Apt. 41-C 
Poughkeepsie, NY 
B.S. Hotel Administration 
Cangelosi, John N. 
1832 Serpentine Dr. 
Forked Riv., NH 
B.S. General Management 
Caprio, Michael C. 

117 North St. Apt. 4-C 
Seymour, Ct. 
B.S. General Management 
Carney, Thomas F. 
8 Cupry Drive 
Newtown, Ct. 
A.S. Criminal Justice 
Carpp, Edward D. 
20Chaden Road 
Seymour, Ct. 
B.S. Finance 
Carr, Ruth B. 

28 Sonenison Road 
West Haven, Ct. 
B.A. Psychology 
Carroll, Plummer J. 
26 Sterling Street 
Hartford, Ct. 
B.A. Social Welfare 
Carter, Lawrence T 
62 Arch St. 
New Haven, Ct. 
B.A. English 
Carusello, Fiore A. 
253 Bradley Ave. 
Waterbury, Ct. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Castiglioni, Richard 
123 Frank St. 
New Haven, Ct. 
B.S. Operations Management 



Charles, John H. 
350QuinnSt. 
Naugatuck, Ct. 
A.S. Business Administration 
Charron, Donald D. 

19 Butlertown Road 

Waterford, Ct. 

B.S. Marketing 
Chester, Richard J. 

28 Duncan St. 

Wallingford, Ct. 

A.S. Engineering 
Clemens, RoxanneJ. 

RFDl,MunyanRd. 

Putnam, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Clifford, Gary L. 

563 Meeting House Circle 

Orange, Ct. 

B.S. Psychology 
Clouse, John A. Jr. 

Deer HU1 Rd. 

Redding, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Cohen, Alan J. 

353McClintockSt. 

New Britain, Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 
Collins, Charles 

26 Forest St. 

Torrington, Ct. 

A.S. Engineering 
Colucci, Edward E. 

82 Riverside Lane 

Riverside Ct 

B.S. Mechanical Engineering 
Conroy, Francis H. Jr. 

167 Skokorat St. 

Seymour, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Conte, Harry A. Jr. 

45 Van Horn Dr. 

East Haven, Ct. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Conway, William J. 

32 Hawley Ave. 

MUford.Ct. 

B.S. Industrial Engineering 
Crawford, Michael A. 

1400 Dunbar Hill Rd. 

Hamden, Ct. 

B.S. Civil Engineering 
Crawford, William R. 

11025 E. Prichard, Lot 26 

Mt. Pleasant, Mich. 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Crouch, Donald A. 

37 Carey La. 

Norwich, Ct. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Cweklinsky, Victor Jr. 

625 So. Main St. 

Seymour. Ct. 

A.S. Business Administration 
Davis, Michael J. 

58 Bailey Dr. 

N. Branford, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 



208 



Defelice, Joseph P. 

156 Russo Drive 

Hamden, Ct. 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Defilippo. John A. 

1456 Boulevard 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Mechanical Engineering 
Dellavolpe, John A. 

Dells Rd. 

Ansonia, Ct. 

A.5. Criminal Justice 
Delvecchio, Gary L. 

73 Fairfield Ave. 

Stamford, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Demusis, Thomas P. 

461 Lombard Street 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Denuzzo, Ronald A. 

9 Branhaven Dr. 

East Haven, Ct. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Derosa, Paul J 

112 High St. 

East Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Devenport, Donna J. 

17 Balance Rock Rd. 

Seymour, Ct. 

B.A. Sociology 
Dimugno, Steve J. 

75 Round Hill Rd. 

New Britain, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Diorio, PauletteS. 

19 Quarry St. 

Bridgeport, Ct. 

B.A. Sociology 
Dipietro, Anthony J. J. 

582 Stanley Street 

New Britain, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Drew, Maureen A. 

337 McKinley Ave. 

New Haven, Ct. 

A.S. Journalism 
Dubin, Kenneth P. 

102 W.Helen St. 

Hamden, Ct. 

B.A. Political Science 
Dulepski, Edward 

36 Hawthorne Dr. 

Monroe, Ct. 

A.S. Business Administration 
Dwyer, Maurice E. 

1453 Elbor Ave. 

Lakewood, Ohio 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Dylong, John R. 

183 Linden Ave. 

Jersey City, NJ 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Dziurzynski, Stanley 

657 William Street 

Bridgeport, Ct. 

B.S. Civil Engineering 
Eddy, Robert S. 

7 Debby Drive 

Groton, Ct. 



B.S. Criminal Justice 
Edward, Jonathan 

Main Street 

Kent.Ct. 

B.S. Marketing 
Ely, J. Forest 

Stony Hill 

Bethel, Ct. 

B.S. Materials Engineering 
Ernst, James P. 

774 White Plains Road 

Trumbull, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Fallen, Kevin A. 

218 Davenport Ave. Apt. 2B 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Faller, Robert B. 

255 Maple Ave. 

Hillsdale, NJ 

B.S. Marketing 
Faulkner, Gary A. 

51 Ross Hill Road 

Fairfield, Ct. 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Faure, Severine M. 

Geneva Switzerland 

B.A. Art 
Ferreri, Michael A. 

1136 Pamela Lane 

Cheshire, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Fields, Robert 

21 Deepwood Lane 
Norwalk, Ct. 

B.S. Marketing 
Fladd, Leslie A. 

64 Pond Point Ave. 

Milford.Ct. 

B.A. History 
Forti, Frank R. 

30 Nutmeg Lane 

Shelton.Ct. 

B.S. Operations Managemenl 
Frechette, Michael D. 

43 Church Drive 

Cheshire, Ct. 

B.A. English 
Fulvi, John E. 

15 Heritage Circle 

Clinton, Ct. 

B.S. Industrial Engineering 
Gagliola, Lucian R. 

22 Jewett Street 
Ansonia, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Galovic, Kathleen M. 

49 Glade St. Apt B2 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.A. Mathematics 
Gamache, Wayne 

12 Jeffry Rd. 

East Haven, Ct. 

B.A. Political Science 
Garatoni, Patrick F. 

564 Hawkins Street 

Derby, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Gardella, Cameron G. 

34 Judson Ave. 

Woodbury, Ct. 



B.S. Mechanical Engineering 
Gentile, Eugene L. 
953 Old Post Rd. 
Fairfield, Ct. 

A.S. Business Administration 
Gerber, Armin 

1671 Orchard Hill Rd. 
Cheshire, Ct. 
A.S. General Studies 
Germain, Donald E. 
16 Lakeview Terrace 
Derby, Ct. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Giannelli, Richard L. 
80 Sherman Ave. 
Meriden, Ct. 
B.S. Civil Engineering 
Giglietti, Joseph P. 
52WilbertSt. 
Hamden, Ct 
B.A. History 
Gilbeaux, Wardell Jr. 
251 Blue Hills Ave. 
Hartford, Ct. 
B.S. Accounting 
Gilmore, John R. 
215 Morgan Lane 
West Haven, Ct. 
B.S. Civil Engineering 
Goldman, Diane C. 
146 Indian River Rd. 
Orange, Ct. 
B.A. Music 
Govoni, Peter F. 
10 Plymouth Court 
Milford.Ct. 

B.S Operations Management 
Granton, John S. 
21 Maltby Lane 
Northford, Ct. 
A.S. Commerical Art 
Grudzien, John M. 
Old Ben Sherman Hill 
Woodbury, Ct. 
B.S. Public Administration 
Guthrie, Byron 
814TaftRd. 
Orange, Ct. 
B.S. Accounting 
Hackathorn, James J. 
32Saley Rd. 
Milford.Ct. 

B.S. Operations Management 
Haddock, John S. 
12 Hardwood Rd 
Plainville, Ct. 
A.S. Criminal Justice 
Harris, Charles M. 
137 Beth Lane 
Waterbury, Ct. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Hart, Ronald F. 
33 Ridgecrest Rd. 
Wallingford, Ct. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Haynes, Bennie J. 
323 Center Street 
West Haven, Ct. 
B.A Political Science 
Hilcoff, Sandy P. 
601 Avon Drive 



Orange, Ct. 

B.A. Sociology 
Hinman, Gayle R. 

769 Barnes Road Apt. B-West 

Wallingford, Conn. 

B.A. Sociology 
Hintz, David C. 

369 Willis Street 

Bristol, Ct. 

B.S. Civil Engineering 
Hofrichter, Ronald R. 

63 Ivy St. 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Horowitz, Wendy 

Harbour VU Apt. 4D 

Branford, Ct. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Iwanicki, Daniel A. 

243 Curtis St. 

Meriden, Ct. 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Jacob, James M. 

139 Pine Knob Terr. 

MUford.Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Jahn, Robert R. 
'254 Sunnybank Ave. 

Stratford, Ct. 

B.S. Civil Engineering 
Jalutkewicz, James H. 

309 Crystal Ave. Apt. ISA 

New London, Ct. 

B.S. Mechanical Engineering 
Jesudowich, Stanley T. 

228 Roses Mill Rd. 

MUford.Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Johnson, Lena L. 

107 Manchester St. 

Hartford, Ct. 

B.A. Sociology 
Johnson, Paul A. 

RFD.5,Box587 

Gales Ferry, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Johnson, Robert E. 

1378 East 31st 

Brooklyn, NY 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Jones, Norris E. 

374 Huntington Street 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Jones, Ronald L. 

297 Meadowbrook Lane 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Jones, Wade 

67 Mechanic Street 

New Haven, Ct. 

A.S. Business Administration 
Kantrow, Richard E. 

110 Robert Treat Drive 

MUford.Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Karlicek, Paul S. 

389 East Ave. 

Bridgeport, Ct. 

B.S. Marketing 
Kennedy, Abby S. 



209 



33WestOrlandSt. 
Milford.Ct. 
B.A. Sociology 
Kennedy, Robert C. 
27 Sweetbrier Road 
E. Granby, Ct. 

B.S. Operations Management 
Khalkhali, Soraya 
59 Pendleton Street 
New Haven, Ct. 
B.S. Accounting 
Kiely, Thomas H. 
168 Marion St. 
Bridgeport, Ct. 
B.S Criminal Justice 
Kiessling, Elmer C. 
Old Sherman Hill 
Woodbury, Ct. 
B.S. General Management 
Kilmurray, Mark S. 
26 Vitory Dr. 
Harwichport, Ma. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
King, Robert P. 
251 Elm St. 
West Haven, Ct. 
A.S. Criminal Justice 
Klein, Arthur S. 
25 Glen Rd. 
West Haven, Ct. 
B.S. Materials Engineering 
Kolar, Roseanne L. 
1041 Jeter Ave. 
Bethleham, Pa. 
B.A. Psychology 
Kohn, See Bonnie Rovven 
Kozak, Russell F. 
18 Lincoln St. 
No. Haven, Ct. 
A.S. Criminal Justice 
Kraus, George F. 
15 Overbrook Lane 
Weston, Ct. 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Kucharyk. Stefan 
RFD2, Box 70 
Lisbon, Ct. 
B.S. Chemistry 
Kunkel, Theodore F. 
44 Jog Hill Rd. 
Trumbull, Ct. 
B.S Criminal Justice 
Lafrance, William E. 
16EnrightSt. 
West Haven, Ct. 
B.S. General Management 
Laporte, Rocco A. 
160 Cooper Lane 
Hamden, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Lasellf, Bryan S. 
Box 21 

Londonderry, VT 
A.S. Business Administration 
Leroux, Lonni J. 

418 Farmington Ave. F-5 
New Britain, Ct. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Lewis, Brian 

481 Thompson Ave. 
East Haven, Ct. 



B.S. General Management 
Linner, Abraham M. 
69 High St. 
Monticello, NY 
B.S. Hotel Administration 
Liston, Daniel A. 
92KayeVueDr. 
Hamden, Ct. 
A.S. Criminal Justice 
Loforte, Jeffery 

69 Horseshoe Road 
Guilford, Ct. 
B.A. History 
Loftus, Peter H. 
RFD 2, River Road 
Pawcatuck, Ct. 
B.S. Mechanical Engineering 
Lorusso, Michael J. 
585 Hill Street 
Hamden. Ct. 
A.S. Commercial Art 
Losito, Thomas R 
4 Rockwell Road 
Bethel, Ct. 
B.A. Art 
Lovendahl, Erik L. 
24 Sturbridge Lane 
Pittsford, NY 
A.S. General Studies 
Lufix, David P. 

1080 New Haven Ave. Apt. C3 
Milford.Ct. 
B.S. Marketing 
Lyman, Stuart D. 
20 Emmans Rd. 
Ledgewood, NJ 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Lyons, George D. 
78 Knox St. Apt.6C 
West Haven, Ct. 
B.S. Hotel Administration 
MacNeal, Robert E. 

Georgetown Sq. Apt. G-4 
Poughkeepsie, NY 
B.S. Hotel Administration 
Macy, Andrew W. 

17-19 Simon PI. Apt. C-4 
West Haven, Ct. 
B.S. Hotel Administration 
Maler, Robert 
302 Caroline St. 
Derby, Ct. 

A.S. Business Administration 
Malerba, Vincent C. 
95 Burke St. 
Hamden, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Manus, Anna F. 
30 Bryson Ave. 
Seymour, Ct. 
B.A. Art 
Manware, Evelyn N. 
40 Adla Drive 
Hamden, Ct. 
B.A. Social Welfare 
Mascoli, Richard J. 
Laurel Lane 
Prospect, Ct. 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Matecki, Michael C. 
16 Serviss Ave. 



E. Brunswick, NJ 

B.A. Psychology 
Mathieu, Edward F. 

RFDl 

Willimantic.Ct. 

B.S. Operations Management 
Matsagas, Mary Ellen 

63 Springside Ave. 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.A. Art 
Mauro, Michael T. 

1781 Litchfield Tnpk. 

Woodbridge, Ct. 

B.A. History 
McDermott, Edward N. 

34 Wood St. 

Meriden, Ct. 

B.S. Civil Engineering 
Meach, Christopher A. 

Granite Ave. Ext. 

Canaan, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Mecozzi, Daniel D. 

Redding Road 

Georgetown, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Meisel, Leslie R. 

96 Roydon Road 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.A. Sociology 
Meister, Arthur P. 

15 Currier Way 

Cheshire, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Melendez, Hector 

700 Westchester Ave. 

Bronx, NY 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Mickiewicz, Lorna 

48 Elmwood Drive 

Meriden, Ct. 

A.S. Commercial Art 
Middleton, James H. 

250 Strawberry Hill Ave. 

Norwalk, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Mikosky, Mary A. 

511 Quintard Lane 

Orange, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Mitchell, Francis D. 

RFDl 

Fitchville, Ct. 

B S Mechanical Engineering 
Mitchell, William M. 

98 Oslo St. 

Mystic, Ct. 

B.S Criminal Justice 
Mocki, Joseph A. Jr. 

213 Wakelee Ave. 

Ansonia, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Mohs, James N. 

26 Ridge St. 

Milford.Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 
Monaco, Mary L. 

15 Mt. Pleasant Rd. 

West Haven, Ct. 

A.S. General Studies 
Mordecai, Thomas D. 



Frderick St. 
N. Branford.Ct. 
A.S. General Studies 
Moretti, Louis P. 
283 Waterview Ave. 
Bridgeport, Ct. 
B.A. Environmental Studies 
Morris, Barbara D 
14 Old Quarry Road 
Woodbridge, Ct. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Moser, George H. Jr. 

308 Meadowside Rd. Apt. 311 

Milford.Ct. 
B.S. Marketing 
Mullen, Thomas E. 

17 Monroe St. 

Branford, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Murphy, Thomas W. 

527 Hundred Acre Rd. 

Orange, Ct. 

B.A. Sociology 
Nardi, Rosemarie M. 

212 English St. 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 
Neverman, Nichael E. 

231 Cresent Lane 

Cliffside, New Jersey 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Niewadomski, Joseph 

Box 354, Dock Rd. 

Westhampton, NY 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Noble, PhilipS. 

74 Mountain Road 

Cheshire, Ct. 

B.S. Electrical Engineering 
Nolan, Barbara H. 

33 Valley Shore Dr. 

Guilford, Ct. 

A.S. General Studies 
Nuber, Gerard E. 

Brookside Ave. 

Westbrook.Ct. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Olsen, James F. 

129 Glen wood Road 

Clinton, Ct. 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Olson, David R. 

5 Birch Knoll Rd. 

Collinsville, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Pagliaro, John J. 

Vaccaro Hts. 

Shelton.Ct. 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Paladino, Anthony J. 

16 Village Rd. 

Woodmont, Ct. 

B.S. Marketing 
Papandrea, Vincent S. 

183 Livingston Street 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Electrical Engineering 
Parkinson, Lawrence J. 

2148 Francais Dr. 

Shreveport, La. 

B.S. Operations Management 



210 



Pastore, Nicholas 
642 Woodward Ave. 
New Haven, Ct. 
A.S. Criminal Justice 
Paulson, Donald A. 

30 Coleman, St Apt C15 
Birdgeport, Conn. 
B.A. Political Science 
Pawlitz, Donald 
100 Pond Rd. 
Wilton, Ct. 
A.S. Criminal Justice 
Pechinski, Therese 
287 North High St. 
East Haven, Ct. 
B.S. Public Administration 
Perret, Thomas F. 
Box 343 
Bethlehem, Ct. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Pessina, Philip J. 
444 Washington St. 
Middletown, Ct. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Peternich, Keith J. 
12-22 Ellis Ave. 
Fairlawn, NJ 
B.S. Marketing 
Petrecca, Gerald P. Jr. 
141 Aimes Dr. 
West Haven, Ct. 
B.S. Operations Management 
Pettini, Norman R. 
Stanton Rd. 
Stonington, Ct. 
B.S. General Management 
Philbrick, Robert A. 
266 Maple Ave. 
Hartford, Ct. 
B.S. Civil Engineering 
Pittman, Leroy Jr. 
P.O. Box 30302 
Hartford, Ct. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Plouffe, Kathryn A. 
25 Lawncrest Road 
West Haven, Ct. 
A.S. General Studies 
Porter, Paul E. 
9-A Alpine Dr. 
Wappingers F., NY 
B.S. Hotel Administration 
Pozzuoli, Stephen L. 
170 Lloyd Street 
New Haven, Ct. 
A.S. Journalism 
Proto, Andrew J. 
237 Wooster Street 
New Haven, Ct. 
B.A. Political Science 
Proulx, John J. Jr. 
53 Triangle Blvd. 
Middlebury, Ct. 
B.S. Mechanical Engineering 
Pyszkowski, Gayle 
1 Meadowbrook Court 
West Haven, Ct. Married 

name: Mirto 
A.S. General Studies 
Quiello, Michael J. 
67 Warren St. 



New Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Civil Engineering 
Raf fin, Claude H. 

701 Angewood Lane 

Wolcott.Ct. 

B.S. Industrial Engineering 
Randolph, Linda D. 

13 Artizan St. 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Rand, George P. 

136 Shunpike Rd. 

Cromwell, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Redfern, Robert J. 

132 Edwards St. 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Reutenauer, Robert G. 

125 Pine Orchard Rd. 

Branford, Ct. 

B.A. Art 
Reyen, Edward L. 

1240 Hill St. 

Shelton.Ct. 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Reynolds, Robert E. 

31 Carriage 

Cheshire, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Ribnicky, Michael P. 

120 College Street 

Stratford, Ct. 

B.S. Electrical Engineering 
Rich, Myron N. 

10 Bow Lane 

Middletown, Ct. 

B.S. Operations Management 
Rider, Arthur C. 

49 Day St. 

Seymour, Ct. 

B.S. Operations Management 
Robertson, Paul S. 

Dolbia Rd. 

Colchester, Ct. 

A.S. Commercial Art 
Rogers, Glen A. 

31 Bayview Circle 

Wolcott.Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 
Root, Robert J. 

13 Winnipauk Drive 

Norwalk, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Rowen, Bonnie R. 

489 Shore Drive 

Branford, Ct. Married name: 
Kohn 

B.S. Public Administration 
Rowley, Lee A. 

451 Thompson Ave. 

East Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Civil Engineering 
Ruocco, Vincent 

654 Orange Street 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 
Satula, Anthony M. 

Box 280 A 

Bethlehem, Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 



Schilling, Paul M. 

129 Main St. 

Durham, Ct. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Schneider, Jack W. 

Edgewood Drive 

Westbrook, Ct. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Senczikowska, Myron 

29 Ash Street 

Willimantic, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Sherwood, William B. 

29 Grove St. 
Bergenfield, NJ 
B.A. Social Welfare 

Silverstein, Stephen 

32 Belmont Ave. 

Plainview, NY 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Simons, George K. 

228 Princeton Street 

Hartford, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Singer, Bernard J. 

830 Old Durham Rd. 

Wallingford, Ct. 

A.S. Engineering 
Singh, Mohinder P. 

149 Hill Side Ave. 

Milford, Ct. 

B.S. Civil Engineering 
Skeeter, Malcolm P. 

41 Day Street 

Norwalk, Ct. 

B.A. Political Science 
Smith, David G. 

477 Orange Center Rd. 

Orange, Ct. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Smith, David M 

30 Westminster Street 
E. Longmeadow, Mass. 
A.S. Journalism 

Smith, Gaylord H. 

89 Harding Ave. 

Lynbrook, NY 

B.S. Marketing 
Smith, Jon H. 

Holland Rd. 

Fiskdale, Ma. 

B.S. Marketing 
Smith, Richard K. 

73 Eagle Place 

West Haven, Ct. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Smith, Ronnie D. 

5114 Sumac Circle 

Fayetteville, North Carolina 

B.A. History 
Solenski. John J. 

238 S. Center St. 

Windsor Lock, Ct. 

B.S. Mechanical Engineering 
Squeo, Michael G. 

163 Linden Ave. 

Branford, Ct. 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Stanaway, Norval R. 

30 Minosa Drive 

Newport News, Va. 



B.S Hotel Administration 
Standish, Richard A. 

43 Denslow Hill Road 

Hamden, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Stanley, Oscar J. 

18 Tilton Street 
New Haven, Ct. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 

Stephens, Robert L. 

52 Forest Rd. W. 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 
Stewart, David L. 

19 Sapia Dr. 
Niantic.Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Stipp, Druanne H. 

West River Vil. 7C 

Gutlford, Ct. 

B.S. Business Administration 
Streeter, James L. 

64 Pleasant St. 

Groton, Ct. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Strucaly, Mary R. 

14 Cromwell Street 

Hamden, Ct. 

B.S. Marketing 
Stude, Edward T. 

66 Timberlane Drive 

Huntington, Ct. 

A.S. Business Administration 
Sullivan, William B. 

319 Rimmon Rd. 

Woodbridge, Ct. 

B.S. Industrial Engineering 
Sutherland, MarkT. 

50 North Ballou Street 

Woonsocket, RI 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Swanson, Dennis A. 

29 Mansfield Rd. 

No. Haven, Co. 

B.S. General Management 
Talbot, Michael R. 

P.O. Box 21 

W. Warwick, RI 

B.S. Civil Engineering 
Tarr, Nancy S. 

100 Maybrook Road 

Waterbury, Ct. Married name: 
Carlson 

B.A. Sociology 
Taylor, William E. 

165 Norton Street 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Terribile, William J. 

16 Wall Road 

Guilford, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Thorne, Cora M. 

1221 Massachusetts Ave. N.W. 
Apt. 804 

Washington, D.C. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Thurston, Wayne F. 

64 Glen wood Ave. 

Poughkeepsie, NY 

B.S. Hotel Administration 



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Tucker, Evelyne 
350 Congress Ave. 
New Haven, Ct. 
B.A. Social Welfare 
Valentino, Neil D. 
220 South End Road 
New Haven, Ct. 
B.S. Economics 
Vlahovic, Vlado 
10 Mallard Lane 
Islip, New York 
B.S. Civil Engineering 
Voll, Susan M. 
Gail Road 
Farmington, Ct. 
A.S. Criminal Justice 
Vones, James G. 
4 Sycamore Lane 
Oxford, Ct. 
A.S. Criminal Justice 
Vos, William H. 
97 Laurel wood Rd. 
Groton, Ct. 

B.S. Operations Management 
Walters, Mark A. 

242 No. Oration Parkway 
East Orange, NJ. 
B.S Hotel Administration 
Wargo, John J. 
229 Victory St. 
Stratford, Ct. 
A.S. Criminal Justice 
Waters, Daniel 
Rt. 28 A 

W.Shokan, NY 
B.S. Accounting 
Weber, Robert A. 
2 Kings Court Road 
Derby, Ct. 
B.S. Marketing 
Webster, Lucy R. 
178 Nick Road 
Madison, Ct. 
B.A. Sociology 
Welch, Robert C. 
214 Hillcrest Ave. 
New Britain, Ct. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Wells, John J. Jr. 
61 Richards Street 
West Haven, Ct. 
A.S. Engineering 
West, Anna R. 

65G Brookside Ave. 
New Haven, Ct. 
B.A. Sociology 
Wexler, Martin C. 
105-29 63rd Rd. 
Forest Hills, NY 
B.A. Psychology 
White, John J. Jr. 
1020 Norman Street 
Bridgeport, Conn. 
B.S. Marketing 
White, William T. 
29 Oak Ave. 
Shelton.Ct. 
B.A. Art 
Wiese, Peter F. 
270 Lovely Street 
Avon. Ct. 



B.S. Criminal Justice 
Williams, Paulette J. 

99 Edgewood Ave. 44 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Wilson, David A. 

17 George St. 

Trumbull, Ct. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Wilson, Ray L. 

10 Pin Oak Drive 

Telford, Pa. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Winton, Herbert 

453 Oakwood Ave. 

Columbus, Ohio 
Wise, Thomas L. 

8 Iroquois Road 

W. Hartford, Ct. 
B.S. Operations Management 
Wolski, Linda M. 

2 Highland Ave. 

Seymour, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Woods, John P. 

24 Culver St. 

Seymour, Ct. 

B.A. Sociology 
Wright, Diane L. 

48 Dayton St. 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.A. Sociology 
Wynosky, Joan A. 

19 Mohawk Drive 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.A. Art 
Zagun, Jeffrey W. 

52 Emma St. 
Seymour, Ct. 
B.A. Biology 

Zimmer, Robert H. 

57 Stonycrest Dr. 

Meriden, Ct. 

B.S. Operations Management 
Zuber, David P. 

31 Ruden PI. Apt. 404 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 

June 
Graduates 

Accuosti, Thomas J. 

53 LinwoodSt. 
Waterbury, Ct 
B.A. Sociology 

Achille, Joanne B. 

116 Long Hill Ave. 

Shelton.Ct. 

A.S. Biology 
Ackermann, Alan W. 

30 Shea Ave. Apt C 

Milford.Ct. 

B.S. Electrical Engineering 
Adams, Charles F. 

123 York St. 22-N 

New Haven, Ct. 



B.A. Mathematics 
Aggarwal, Madhu 

39 Anne Marie Dr. 

Brockton, Mass. 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Albright, William H. 

70 Anderson Ave. 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Alexander, Gery P. 

Simon Place, Apt. B3 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Amato, Alphonse J. 

62Towne House Rd. 

Hamden, Ct. 

B.S. Marketing 
Amey, Charles R. Ill 

220 E. Broad St. 
Gibbstown, NJ 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Anderson, William J. 

21 Hale Avenue 

Milford, Conn. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Aniballi, Alfred V. 

781 Orange St. 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 
Anthony, John S. 

151 Bellevue Ave. 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Economics 
Anthony, Norman J. 

62 Shady Lane 

Trenton, NJ 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Antonelli, Alan W. 

33 Michael Dr. 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Civil Engineering 
A pell, Richard J. 

101 Beechwoods Drive 

Madison, Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 
Arbusto, Patricia A. 

12 Rockland Ave. 

Port Chester, NY 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Ashton, Kenneth D. 

221 Horseneck Rd. 
So. Dartmouth, Mass. 
B.S. Civil Engineering 

Atkins, Robert 

Green Haven Road 

Pawcatuck, Ct. 

B.S. Industrial Engineering 
Austin, Carll L. 

205 Newton Ave. 

Riverhead, NY 

B.S. Business Administration 
Avery, Alan S. 

132 Bonner St. 

Hartford, Ct. 

B.A. English 
Avigne, Lawrence R. 

44 S. RidgelandRd. 

Wallingford, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Ayers, Raymond E. 



Rd. 1, Box 522 

Branchville, NJ 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Ball, Roger J. 

22 Oak Ridge Drive 

Clinton, Ct. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Bardelli.JohnF. 

Elbow Hill Road 

Brookfield, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Barkhordari, Joseph K. 

155 Edgefield Avenue 

Milford, Conn. 

B.S. Civil Engineering 
Barnes, Dianne P. 

80 Cheryl Ann Dr. 

Milford, Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 
Barone, Charles S. 

211 E. Main St., No. 59 

Branford, Ct. 

B.S. Civil Engineering 
Barr, Stephen P. 

288 Hawthorne Lane 

Orange, Ct. 

B.S. Management Science 
Bastura, Ronald A. 

Derby Road 

Rockfall.Ct. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Battistelli, Esther 

508 Main St. 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.A. Psychology 
Bauknecht, Paul J. 

10 Ridgecrest Drive 

Cheshire, Ct. 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Begansky, Ronald J. 

5 Robin Lane 

Cromwell, Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 
Beliveau, Ronald G. 

41 Morehouse Drive 

Fairfield, Ct. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Benas, James 

2 Mtn. Ridge Ter., Apt. 108 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Industrial Engineering 
Beschen, Emil N. 

8369 Wagon Wheel Rd 

Alexandria, Va. 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Bibisi, Joseph E. 

668 Prospect St. 

Wethersfield.Ct. 

B.S Criminal Justice 
Bishop, Wayne C. 

65 -C Ivy Circle 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Blackie, James R. 

112 Pleasant Drive 

Hamden, Ct. 

A.S. Commerical Art 
Blanchet, Pierre L. 

881 Burnside Ave. 

E Hartford, Ct. 



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B.S. Civil Engineering 
Blazi, John A. 
43 Giles St. 
Hamden, Ct. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Bogerty, Margaret 
281 North High St. 
East Haven, Ct. 
B.A. Political Science 
Bonci, Dean L. 

183 Richmond Ave. 
West Haven, Ct. 
A.S. General Studies 
Bonfiglio, Thomas A. 
425 Seventh Ave. 
Pelham, NY 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Bonyak, Ronald P. 

163 McCauley Avenue 
ElmiraHgts.NY 
B.S. Accounting 
Bornheim, Dand P. 
90lTaftHill,No. 4 
Ft. Collins, Co. 
A.S. Criminal Justice 
Bosworth, Barry C. 
756 Naugatuck Ave. 
Devon, Ct. 
B.S. Accounting 
Bouchard, Kenneth P. 
15 Emerson Street 
Bloomfield.Ct. 
B.S. Operations Management 
Bouvier, James E. 
15CampfieldDr. 
Fairfield, Ct. 
B.S. Accounting 
Boyer, James M. 

334 E. Main St., Apt. 21 
Marlboro, Mass. 
B.A. English 
Breed, Elizabeth C. 
91 Totoket Road 
Branford, Ct. 
B.S. Management Science 
Brignola, Nicholas T. 
49 Elizabeth Ann Dr. 
New Haven, Ct. 
B.S. Accounting 
Brown, Donald A. Jr. 
683 Myrtle Ave. 
Bridgeport, Ct. 
B.A. Political Science 
Brown, William F 
17 Summer St. 
Waterford.Ct. 
A.S. Criminal Justice 
Brunelle, Dennis S. 
41 Cunningham Drive 
Guilford, Ct. 
B.A. History & 
B.A. Political Science 
Bucciero, Frances L. 
20 Broad Street 
Flemington, NJ 
B.A. Social Welfare 
Buchanan, Philip R. 
55 Webster St. 
Plainville, Ct. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 



Bullwinkel, Edward P. 
36 Whittlesey Ave. 
New Haven, Ct. 
B.S. Hotel Administration 
Bundy, Lynn A. 

33 Ruden PI. Apt. 225 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Retailing 
Bunk, Marietta Sabetta 

Addison St. 

Ansonia, Ct. 

B.A.English 
Buono, Julianne 

19 Carriage Path 

Milford.Ct. 

B.S. Public Administration 
Burge, Craig W. 

4 BurgevilleCt. 

Groton, Ct. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Burghardt, Diane L. 

Route 80 

Killingworth, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Burke, David J. 

15 Central Ave. 

Hamden, Ct. 

B.A. Political Science 
Burns, Lawrence E. 

59 Hellstrom Road 

East Haven, Ct. 

A.S. Engineering 
Butindari, Rocco L. 

51 Sherwood Drive 

Huntington, NY 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Butler, James E. 

85 Hillcrest Ave. 

West Haven, Ct. 

A.S. Engineering 
Byar, Ernest, J. 

80 Terrace Gardens 

Wallingford, Ct. 

B.S. Operations Management 
Calderone, Leo J. 

156 Lyons St. 

New Britain, Ct. 

B.A. Psychology 
Cannistra, John D. 

15 Lynn Drive 

Wallingford, Ct. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Castroll, Michael L. 

P. O. Box 65 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Communications 
Cecere, Carl D. 

72Burwell Rd. 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Communications 
Chase, Sharon L. Harvill 
71 Blake St. 
New Haven, Ct. 
B.S. Civil Engineering 
Cleary, T. Kevin 
10 Beach Ave. 
Woodmont, Ct. 
B.S. Marketing 
Colbeth, Gary A. 

761 Burnahm Street 



E.Hartford, Ct. 

B.S. Civil Engineering 
Collinson, Charles M. 

987 Boulevard 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 
Connolly, Jeffrey M. 

31 Ruden Place 

West Haven, Ct. 
Cooney, Peter W. 

W152N 6977 Westwood Dr. 

Memomonee, Fl. Wi. 

B.S. General Management 
Corbett, James J. 

201 Clearview Ave. 

Trucksville, Pa. 

B.S. Hotel Management 
Cotter, Frederick W. 

2275 Elm St. 

Stratford, Ct. 

B.S. Public Administration 
Cox, William C. 

60 Patricia Rd. 
Sudbury, Mass. 

B.S. General Management 
Crawford, Henry O. 

1867 Summer St. 

Stamford, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Criscuolo, Dennis J. 

9 Florence Ave. 

Derby, Ct. 

B.S. Hotel Management 
Cruz, Kenneth Robt. 

45 Fairview Ave. 

Hamden, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Cue, Joseph R. 

9owaiisst. 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.A. Political Science 
Currivan, Timothy J. 

85 Ashley St. 

Bridgeport, Ct. 

B.A. Psychology 
Cushion, Robert H. 

58 Putney St. 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Operations Management 
Czuchra, Peter S. 

61 Atwater Street 
New Haven, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Dalessandro, Donald 
5444 Homestead Ave. 
Pennsauken, NJ 
B.S. Hotel Administration 
Dalo, Robert A. Jr. 
26-28 Simon Place 
West Haven, Ct. 
B.S. Mechanical Engineering 
Damon, Donna M. 
22 Ridgemont Lane 
Milford, Ct. 

A.S. Business Administration 
Dandrea, Joseph P. 
68 Magnolia Rd. 
Trumbull, Ct. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Darco, Joseph A. 



248 Brown Street 
West Haven, Ct. 
B.S. Management Science 
Dawson, Joyce E. 
Snuffins Lane 
Berlin, NJ 
B.S. Retailing & 
A.S. Business Administration 
Delaney, Edward J. Jr. 
81lOakwoodRd. 
Orange, Ct. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Dellacamera, Ralph Jr. 
685 Totoket Road 
Northford, Ct. 
B.S. Marketing 
Dellavecchia, Paul 
28 Walnut St 
Southington, Ct. 
B.S. Operations Management 
Depersia, Neal C. 
45 Plainfield Ave. 
Floral Park, NY 
B.S. Marketing 
Derosa, Raymond M. 
18CorbinSt. 
East Haven, Ct. 
B.S. Operations Management 
Desena, Robert J. 
123 Stoddard Road 
Waterbury, Ct. 
A.S. Criminal Justice 
Dichele, Ernest M. 
89 WoosterSt. 
Shelton, Ct. 
B.S. Accounting 
Dickens, Gordon A. 
P. O. Box 1454 
New London, Ct. 
A.S. Criminal Justice 
Dierman, Gerald F. 
28 Merchants Ave. 
Taftville, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Dimaria, Michael V. 
19 Luke St. 
Waterbury, Ct. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Divincenzo, David A. 
270 So. Main St. 
Putnam, Ct. 

B.S. Operations Management 
Dolan, James J. 
8 Alexander Drive 
Meriden, Ct. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Doran, Richard F. 

10 Taylor Dr. Apt. 102 
Bridgeport, Ct. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Doss, Ellsworth R. 
2 Surrey Drive 
Shelton, Ct. 

B.S. Operations Management 
Draiss, Carl E. 
25 Dubois Ave. 
Poughkeepsie, NY 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Dragoo, Robert L. 
Black Ash Road 



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Oakdale, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Drew, Edward J Jr. 
337 McKinley Ave. 
New Haven, Ct. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Dube, Richard Edward 
25 Fern Drive 
Northford, Ct. 
B.S. General Management 
Dunn, Herbert C. 
93 Madson Avd. 
Staten Island, NY 
B.S. Electrical Engineering 
Dzialo, Henry-John X. 
138 Rimmon Road 
No. Haven, Ct. 
B.A. English 
Egan, James J. 
81 Marshall Ave. 
Floral Pk, NY 
B.A. Political Science 
Ellice, George V. 
208 Center St. 
West Haven, Ct. 
B.A. English 
Engtrakul, Somchai 
215 West Rock Ave. 
New Haven, Ct. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Fachini, Ronald J. 
222 Little Fawn Rd. 
Southington, Ct. 
B.S. Marketing 
Fagan, William R. 
24 Valley Shore Dr. 
Guilford, Ct. 
B.S. Marketing 
Fahrman, Eric J. 
200 Perry St. 
Dover, NJ 

B.S. General Management 
Falcigno, Anthony P. 
15 High View Lane 
New Haven, Ct. 
B.S. General Management 
Falcioni, Kevin W. 
334 Hilltop Dr. 
Stratford, Ct. 
B.S. Marketing 
Fasulo, Joseph S. 
22 Nash St. Apt 1 
New Haven, Ct. 
B.S. Electrical Engineering 
Febbroriello, Michael 
87 Whitethorn Drive 
GuUford.Ct. 

B.S. Public Administration 
Fedorek, Albert R. 
444 Davidson St. 
Bridgeport, Ct. 
A.S. Criminal Justice 
Fera, Scott A. 

467 Lantern Lane 
Berwyn, Pa. 

B.S. General Management 
Ferraro, Anthony 
8 Concord St. 
Smithfield, Rl. 
B.A. History 



Figueroa, Miguel A. 
8 Lines Street 
New Haven, Ct. 
B.A. Sociology 
Flynn, Raymond H. 
Indian Lane 
Durham, Ct. 

B.S. Operations Management 
Flynn, Ronald J. 
39 Fairview Ave. 
West Haven, Ct. 
B.S. General Management 
Foley, Gary J. 
26 Mill St. 
Newington, Ct. 
B.S. Hotel Administration 
Forader, Niles F. 
532 Boston Post Rd. 
Waterford, Ct. 
A.S. Criminal Justice 
Fowler, Peter W. 

316 Meadows End Rd. 
Milford.Ct. 

B.S. Operations Management 
Fox, Michele A. 
215-06B 69th Ave. 
Bayside, NY 
B.A. Sociology 
Franco, Joseph A. 
97 Morgan Lane 
West Haven, Ct. 
B.S. Accounting 
Fujiwara, Kazumi 
156 Bull Hill Lane 
West Haven, Ct. 
B.A. Art 
Fuschi, Michael J. 
196StandishSt. 
Hartford, Ct. 
B.S. Hotel Administration 
Gabrielson, Peter F. 
4 LongviewCt. 
Norwalk, Ct. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Galaida, Michael H. 
555 Main Rd. 
Wilkes, Barre, Pa. 
B.S. Hotel Administration 
Gant, MarkS. 

55 Glade St. Apt. C-5 
West Haven, Ct. 
B.S. General Management 
Garguilo, Robert V. 
18 Shumway St. 
West Haven, Ct. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Garofalo, Richard A. 
5 Housman St. 
Danbury, Ct. 
B.S. Accounting 
Gasiorek, John P. 

Box 276, S. Shore Road 
Dayville, Ct. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Gatavaski, Edward J. 
34 Wilcox Place 
New Haven, Ct. 
B.S Finance 
Gay, Howard S. 
2 Treat St. Apt. 2E 



West Haven, Ct. 
B.S. Industrial Engineering 
Geida, Chester J. 
70 Belmont Drive 
Torrington, Ct. 
A.S. Criminal Justice 
Gelozin, Thomas A. 
107 Clarence St. 
Bridgeport, Ct. 
B.A. Political Science 
Gentile, Marlene M. 
40 Averill Place 
Branford, Ct 
B.A. English 
George, James W. 
45 Maple St. 
Norwalk, Ct. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Giglio, Francis M. 
84 Maryknoll Rd. 
Hamden, Ct. 

B.S. Public Administration 
Gilston, Bruce J. 
168-34 127 Ave. 
Jamaica, NY 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Girodano, Louise B. 
510 Long Hill Road 
West Haven, Ct. 
A.S. Journalism 
Giudice, Joseph J. 
108 Hilltop Lane 
West Haven, Ct. 
A.S. Criminal Justice 
Gleason, Steven R. 
41 Roberts St. 
New Brittain, Ct. 
A.S. Criminal Justice 
Golden, Neale 

1025 Avon Boulevard 
Cheshire, Ct. 
B.S. General Management 
Grandel, Joseph P. 
35 Watrous Avenue 
Stony Creek, Ct. 
B.A. Political Science 
Greeley, William C. 
102 Leonard Rd. 
Hamden, Ct. 
B.S. Marketing 
Greene, Gordon D. 
8 West St. 
Westerly, RL 

B.S. Industrial Engineering 
Griffiths, George S. 
82 Rockaway Pkway. 
Brooklyn, NY 
B.S. Marketing 
Gronda, Enzo F. 
84 Country Lane 
E. Hartford, Ct. 
B.S. Hotel Administration 
Guzowski, Matthew M. 
88 Kondracki Lane 
Wallingford, Ct. 
A.S. Engineering 
Habetz, Beverly N. 
95 Pine Crest Rd 
Orange, Ct. 
B.S. Marketing 



Hadfield, Scott 

Liberty AP 37 Liberty Rd. 
Clinton, Ct. 
B.S. Marketing 
Halligan, John P. 
36 Roosevelt Drive 
Seymour, Ct. 

B.S. Operations Management 
Hannon, Richard T. 
696 Russell Street 
New Haven, Ct. 
A.S. Criminal Justice 
Hart, Wilbur K. Jr. 
103 Valley Shore Dr. 
Guilford, Ct. 

A.S. Business Administration 
Harvill — See Chase 
Havens, Gary S. 
39 Allendale Dr. 
No. Haven, Ct. 
B.A.English 
Healey, James F. 

28 Beacon Hill Road 
E.Hartford, Ct. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Hebert, Paul E. 
33 Vermont St. 
Waterbury, Ct. 
B.S. Marketing 
Hendrickson, Alfred W. 
15 Green Gardens Court 
East Haven, Ct. 
A.S. Business Administration 

Herrick, Richard 

21 Indianola Drive 

Old Saybrook 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Hersant, David G. 

28 Denison Ave. 

Mystic, Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 
Herwerth, Graham G. Jr. 

I Winthrop Dr. 
Groton, Ct. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Hetes, Elizabeth A. 

II Randall Drive 
Trumbull, Ct. 
B.A. Social Welfare 

Hewitt, William R. Jr. 

97 Olympus Pkway. 

Middletown, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Hildebrand, Wendy J. 

20 Hawley Road 

Huntington, Ct. 

A.S. Advertising and 
Commercial Art 
Hill, E.Clifford Jr. 

531 Mohegan Ave. Pkwy. 

Quaker Hill, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Hill, Robert J. 

60 Eckart St. 

Bridgeport, Ct. 

B.S. Operations Management 
Hodge, Hubert C. Jr. 

Deer Run Road 

Woodbridge, Ct. 

B.S. Marketing 



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Hogan, Mark J. 
32 Chester Street 
Ansonia, Ct. 
B.A. Criminal Justice 
Holmes, Joseph John 
140 Indigo St. 
Mystic, Ct. 
A.S. Criminal Justice 
Hopson, Lynne A. 
86 Birch Lane 
East Haven, Ct. 
B.S. Retailing 
Houston, Mary Ellen 
86 Hinsdale Ave. 
Waterbury, Conn. 
A.S. General Studies 
Huber, Kathy-Leigh 
44 Cynthia Drive 
Milford, Ct. 

A.S. Business Administration 
Huckaby, Willamae 
15 Goffe Terrace 
New Haven, Ct. 
B.A. Social Welfare 
Huff, Edward H. 

143 Cherry Ann St. Apt. 16 
Hamden, Ct. 
B.S. Management 
Hunt, Arthur R. Jr. 
110 Woodbridge Ave. 
Ansonia, Ct. 
B.S. Accounting 
Hurbon, Joseph P. 
12 Clover St. 
Waterbury, Ct. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Huskes, Wayne A. 
12 Overlook Drive 
Wallingford, Ct. 
B.S. Accounting 
Hyland, Richard G. 
1724 Hartford Tpke. 
North Haven, Ct. 
Criminal Justice 
Iannuzzi, Carmen B. 
826 N. Farms Road 
Wallington.Ct. 
B.S. Hotel Administration 
Imperati, Richard W. 

739 No. Breenbrier Drive 
Orange, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Iorfino, Elizabeth 
28 AldenSt. 
Stamford, Ct. 
A.S. Commercial Art 
Izzo, Guy M. 

660W.Taft Ave. 
Bridgeport, Ct. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Jackson, Edward 
66 Camp St. 
Middletown, Ct. 
A.S. Criminal Justice 
Jackson, John R. 
208 Center St. 
West Haven, Ct. 
B.S. Management Science 
Jacobson, Donald W. 
160 Meadow Park Dr. 
Milford, Ct. 



B.S. Biology 
Jalbert, Donald A. 

295 Judson Place 

Bridgeport, Ct. 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Janiga, Joseph F. 

80 Howe St. Apt. 209 
New Haven, Ct. 
B.A. History 
Jaundrill, David A. 

3800 Madison Ave. Apt. 210 

Bridgeport, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Jerin, Robert A. 

643 Maple Ave. 

Cheshire, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Johns, William M. 

41 Sunny Lane 

Oakville.Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Johnson, George E. 

73 Rowan St. 

Danbury, Ct. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Johnson, Frederic M. 

175 Moss Farms Rd. 

Cheshire, Ct. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Jones, Leon W. 

300 Orange Ave., Box 33 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.A. Sociology 
Julianelle, Bruce R. 

116 Cherry Lane 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.A. Sociology 
Kapral, Janie R. 

268 High Street 

Milford, Ct. 

A.S. Business Administration 
Kassay, Richard A. 

695 Ellsworth St. 

Bridgeport, Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 
Keefe, Robert A. Ill 

706 Ocean Avenue 

West Haven, Conn. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Kellaher, Robert J. 

32 Gorham Avenue 

Hamden, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Kenney, Thomas F. 

40Crestwood Dr 

Bristol, Ct. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Kirchner, Harry B 

988 Sunset Way 

Cliffwood BH, NJ 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Kirilichin, Victor 

55 Franklin St. 

Ansonia, Ct. 

B.S. Mechanical Engineering 
Kleefeld, Karl F. 

79 Claudia Dr. Apt. 145 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Klepacki, Joe D. 

West Street 



Southington, Ct. 

B.A. Psychology 
Kootz, Harry W. 

13 Blue Trails Drive 

Northford, Ct. 

B.S. Biology 
Kopernik, Walter 

258 Coggswell St. 

Bridgeport, Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 
Kowalchik, Richard M. 

540 Granfield Ave. 

Bridgeport, Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 
Kwalek, Ronald 

4 Dolly Drive 

Beacon Falls, Ct. 

A.S. Business Administration 
Kwiatkowski, Robert M. 

20 Wanda Drive 

Beacon Falls, Ct. 

B.A. Accounting 
Kydes, Peter S. 

16 Prospect Ave. 
Norwalk, Ct. 
B.S. Marketing 

Lachance. Jeanette 

201 DurfeeSt. 

Southbridge, Ma 

A.S. Journalism 
Lambert, Joseph R. 

386 Cartridge Trl, Rfd, 6 
Ledyard, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Laput, Joseph 

82 Marshway 

Stratford, Ct. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Lawson, William E. 

387 Fort Hale Rd 
New Haven, Ct. 
B.S. Marketing 

Leary, John M. 

17 Elder Ave. 
Hamden, Ct. 
B.A. History 

Lebov, Bennet L. 

640 Mix Ave. Apt 4A 

Hamden, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Lent, Diane R. 

40 Reservoir St. 

Bethel, Ct. 

B.A. Sociology & 

A.S. General Studies 
Levesque, Leo J. 

181 Landers Ave. 

New Britain, Ct. 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Lieberman, Isaac 

589 Central Ave. 

New Haven, Conn. 

B.S Civil Engineering 
Louise, Roger P. 

1491 Adams St. 

Elmont, NY 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Lovell, Robert E. 

Filmore Ave. 

Danbury, Ct. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 



Lucas, David F. 

38 Capitol Dr. 
Shelton, Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 
Luria, Sara M. 

122 Ansonia Road 

Woodbridge, Ct. 

B.A. Political Science 
Lynch, William S. 

21 Brocketts Point 

Branford, Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 
Lynsky, MarkT. 

Horseshoe Drive 

Westbrook.Ct. 

B.S. Chemistry 
Lynskey, Thomas J. 

E. Pond Meadow Rd 

Westbrook, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Lyon, Edmond F. 

33 Maplevale Rd 

East Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 
Ma Alfred, C. K. 

9 Kohary Drive 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Management Science 
MacGregor, Anne E. 

19 Peck Lane 

Cheshire, Ct. 

B.A. Chemistry & 

A.S. Engineering 
Mack, John P. 

59 FiskSt. 

W. Dennis, Mass. 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Magazian, Victor E. 

228 Palisade Ave. 

Bridgeport, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Maginnis, Richard J. 

12 Boothbay St. 

Milford, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Mahoney, Kenneth P. 

153 Briarclife 

Hamden, Ct. 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Mallinson, Mary E. 

221 Highland St. 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Mally, Maria 

31 Charter Oak Ave. 

Hartford, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Maloney, Richard A. 

83 Munson Road 

Wolcott, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Mantovani, Donald A. 

514 Lombard St. 

New Haven, Ct. 

A.S. Business Administration 
Marchetti, Peter G. Jr. 

496 West River St. 

Milford, Ct. 

B.S. Mechanical Engineering 
Martin, James L. Jr. 

17 Maddox Ave. 



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Milford, Ct. 

A.S. Communications 
Martin, Joseph L. 

17 Maddox Ave. 

Milford, Ct. 

A.S. Journalism 
Masella, Richard P. 

91 Oceanic Ave. 

Staten Island, NY 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Maton, Mary E. 

Hog Hill Road 

E. Hampton, Ct. 

B.S. Communications 
Matula, Francis E. 

Roxbury Rd. 

Southbury, Ct. 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Maturo, Chris J. 

200 Maple Street 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Mechanical Engineering 
Mauro, Anthony Jr. 

365 Howard Ave. 

New Haven, Ct. 

A.S. Business Administration 
McAllister, Kenneth A. 

383 Sedgewick Ave. 

Stratford, Ct. 

B.S. Operations Management 
McAvinney, Virginia M. 

31 Ruden PI. Apt. 302 
West Haven, Ct. 
B.A. History 

McDonald, Joseph E. 

15 Maple Road 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
McElroy, David P. 

P. O. Box 55 

Rye Beach, NH 

B.S. Environmental Studies 
Mclntire, Robert N. 

362 South St. 

Reading, Mass. 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
McKendall, F. Donald 

47 Fairfield Rd. 

Cranston, RI 

B.S. Management Science 
McKiver, Marshall J. 

32 Acton Street 
West Haven, Ct. 

B.S Public Administration 
McNerndy, Kevin 

121 Belden Road 

Hamden, Ct. 

B.A. Social Welfare 
Meligonis, P. Dennis 

657 Griffin Rd. 

So. Windsor, Ct. 

B.S. Electrical Engineering 
Menswar, Don G. 

100 Pond Lilly Ave. 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.A. Social Welfare 
Mesner, Thomas E. 

77 Blue Hills Ave. 

Hamden, Ct. 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Mikush, PaulL. 



264 Waterbury Rd. 

Naugatuck, Ct. 

B.S General Management 
Miller, Donald L. 

136 Meadow Park Drive 

Milford, Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 
Miller, Edwin B. 

55 Nosahogan Drive 

Plantsville, Ct. 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Miller, Richard A. 

260 Harvester Rd. 

Orange, Ct. 

B.S. Mechanical Engineering 
Mills.RondaA. 

528 Boston Post Rd. 

Waterford, Ct. 

B.A. English 
Millstein, Neil 

28 De Haven Drive 

Yonkers, NY 

B.S. General Management 
Milner, David R. 

94 Ivy Street 

Branford, Ct. 

B.S. Civil Engineering 
Mitchell, Marion C. 

30 Pearl Street 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Social Welfare 
Monocchi, Michael 

175 Anderson Ave. 

Milford, Ct. 

B.S. Marketing 
Monteiro, Anthony J. 

54 Meadowlark Dr. 

Waterbury, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Moore, Leamon E. 

191 Foxon Road 

East Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Electrical Engineering 
Morabito, Gary 

46 Wilson Ave. 

Valhalla, NY 

B.A. Political Science 
Morgan, Rebecca D. 

37 Church Street 

Shelton, Ct. 

B.A. English 
Morganelli, James M. 

210Centerbrook Rd. 

Hamden, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Morris, Gary R. 

Box 345, Ro. 3 

Dallas, Pa. 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Moyer, Eugene G. 

52 W. Broad St. 

Souderton, Pa. 

B.A. Political Science 
Moyher, George C. 

44 Pasadena Ave. 

Stratford, Ct. 

B.S. Mechanical Engineering 
Muccino, Fred M. 

35 Englewood Ave. 

Waterbury, Ct. 

B.A. Political Science 



Muller, James R. 
33 Town Beach Rd. 
OldSaybrookCt. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Mulligan, William M. 
366 Brookside Dr. 
Fairfield, Ct. 
B.S. Marketing 
Murray — See Reid 
Napolitano, Frank M. 
20 Edgehill Dr. 
East Haven, Ct. 
A.S. Criminal Justice 
Napolillo, David C. 
58 Kentucky Ave. 
Warwick, RI 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Nappi, Gaetano J. 
16 Jardin Drive 
East Haven, Ct. 
A.S. Criminal Justice 
Nevers, Evelyn L. 
53 Thomaston St. 
Hartford, Ct. 
B.A. Social Welfare 
Nicolato, Jerome L. 
Route 22 

Dover Plains, NY 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Nye, Harry G. 

421 Sawmill Rd. Apt. B-l 
West Haven, Ct. 
B.A. Psychology 
Onorato, Armand A. 
75 Karen Ave. 
Stratford, Ct. 
B.S. Marketing 
Ostwald, Douglas 
479 Carlton Blvd. 
Staten [si, NY 
A.S. Journalism 
Overton, Richard S. 
24 Coleman St. Apt L. 
West Haven, Ct 
A.S. Business Administration 
Paige, Robert I. 

942 Orange Center Road 
Orange, Ct. 
B.S. Marketing 
Paige, David J. 
59 Ruby St. 
West Haven, Ct. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Panettiere, Paul J. 
1278 Whalley Ave. 
New Haven, Ct. 
B.S. Hotel Administration 
Papp, Richard L. 
12 Henry St. 
Darien, Ct. 

B.S. Management Science 
Park, David W. 
350 County Road 
N. Guilford, Ct. 
A.S. Criminal Justice 
Pascone, Anthony R. 
83 Pepperidge Circle 
Fairfield, Ct. 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Patten, MichaelS. 

156 Glen Haven Road 



New Haven, Ct. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Payea, Joseph F. 

19 Arnold Street 

O. Greenwich, Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 
Peluse, Barbara E. 

93 Seaview Ave. 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.A. Social Welfare 
Perkins, James A. 

14 Avery Lane 

Waterford, Ct. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Perkowski, Frank Jr. 

93 Hogsback Rd. 

Oxford, Ct. 

B.S. Industrial Engineering 
Perry, Wallace E. Jr. 

120 Longfellow Rd. 

Huntington, Ct. 

A.S. Business Administration 
Pesce, Gerald A. 

South St. 

Bantam, Ct. 

B.S. Marketing 
Petrilack, Dennis G. 

218 Tewksbury Road 

Fairless Hil, Pa. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Petronis, Ronald A. 

42 Judith Lane 

Waterbury, Ct. 

B.S. Operations Management 
Petrosky, Raymond W. 

4 Windy Hill Road 

Milford, Ct. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Pfannenbecker, John A. 

44 Sound View Ter. 

New Haven, Ct. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Pianka, Walter J. Jr. 

33 Marlborough 

Portland, Ct. 

B.S. Materials Engineering 
Pietrini, Thomas C. 

R. 2, Bentagrass Lane 

Newtown, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Pile, Richard T. 

Rogers Lake Trail 

Lyme, Ct. 

B.A. Political Science 
Pitts, James J. 

39 Leonard Rd. 

Hamden, Ct. 

B.A. Political Science 
Piatt, Martin J. 

92 WestfieldSt. 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 
Plavcan, Edward J. 

100 Hoyt St. 

Stamford, Ct. 

B.A Mathematics 
Poirot, Donald A. 

251 Boston Post Rd. 

Madison, Ct. 

A.S. Hotel Management 
Pomeroy, Dennis L. 



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5 Matthew Rd. 

Branford, Ct. 
B.S. Electrical Engineering 
Porrino, Peter R. 

139 Summer Hill Rd. 

Madison, Ct. 

B.A. Political Science 
Prescott, Janet L. 

327 Fountain St. 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Psychology 
Prescott, N. Parker 

327 Fountain St. Apt. 3C 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.A. English 
Price, Paul G. 

19 Ford Road 

Ansonia, Ct. 

B.A. Mathematics 
Psybyski, Henry P. 

Tingley Dr. 

Cumberland, RI 
B.S. General Management 
Purcell, Steven 

99 Coleman St. 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 
Rak, Joseph P. Jr. 

670 Middletown Ave. 

North Haven, Ct. 

B.A. Social Welfare 
Ramos, Maria C. 

321 Alden Ave. 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.A. Psychology 
Raro.WaiiamJ. 

ISTalmadgeSt. 

Derby, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Rasmussen, Raymond F. 

39 Adley Road 

Fairfield, Ct. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Reedy, Ralph A. 

17 Maddox Ave. 

MUford.Ct. 

A.S. Advertising and 
Commercial Art 
Rehnberg, Paul P. 

150 Huntington St. 

Shelton, Conn. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Reid, Laura J. Murray 

315 West River Road 

Orange, Ct. 

B.A. Psychology 
Reilly, Edward J. 

103 Flora Blvd. 

Fairfield, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Reilly, Erline A. 

200 Elm St. Apt. 314 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.A. Sociology 
Reilly, John F. Ill 

155 AtwaterSt. 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Marketing 
Reinhold.RalphW.il 

Quaker Hill 

Pawling, NY 



B.S. Accounting 
Reneson, Joseph Jr. 

5 Wildwood Acres Rd. 

Rockfall.Ct 

B.A. Social Welfare 
Renson, Peter H. 

215 Woodruff Rd. 

Milford.Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Riccio, Daniel Jr. 

lllj Hemingway Ave. 

East Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Marketing 
Roberts, Thomas A. 

31 Charnes Dr. 

East Haven, Ct. 

A.S. Engineering Science 
Robinson, Frank R. 

Huckleberry Rd. 

Redding, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Rodolico, John M. 

17 Harvard St. 

Massapequa, NY 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Rossi, Armand E. 

96 Fourth St. 

Hamden, Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 
Ruddell, William E. 

355 Cpt. Thomas Blvd. 47 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Runlett, Sheldon Jr. 

127 Battis Road 

Hamden, Ct. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Ruppert, Eugene W. 

215 Centerbrook Rd. 

Hamden, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Ruotolo, Nicholas J. 

21 Tennyson Ave. 

No. Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Electrical Engineering 
Ryan, Robert W. 

546 Washington Avenue 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Economics 
Sabetta— See Bunk 
Salerno, Louis A. 

55 Glade St. B-8 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 
SaJzano — See Volkmar 
Samotis, Nancy J. 

57 Hotchkiss St. 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Marketing 
Sanger, Howard C. Jr. 

81 Shadyside Lane 

MUford.Ct. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Santoro, Thomas M. 

288 Bucks Hill Rd. 

Waterbury, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Sarnoski, Stephen R. 

36 Becker, Circle 

Windsor, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 



Savino, Michael 

1473 Nicholas Ave. 

Stratford, Ct 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Savitsky, Daniel C. 

32 Hunters Ridge Rd. 

Huntington, Ct. 

B.S. Finance 
Sawhill, Marcia Ann 

19 Ruden PI. Apt. M. 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.A. English 
Sawicki, Francis A. 

299 Lombard St. 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Industrial Engineering 
Sawicki, William D. 

68 Maple St. 

Seymour, Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 
Scalia, Patsy A. Jr. 

39 Farview Ave. 

Old Say brook, Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 
Schmitz, John J. 

285 Davis St. 

Hamden, Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 
Schuler, David P. 

71 Higgins Rd. 

Framingham, Mass. 

B.S. General Management 
Schwartz, Terry B. 

68 Furman Rd. 

Hamden, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Sellers, Donnie R. 

59 Marlin Dr. 

So. Norwalk.Ct. 

B.A. Political Science 
Serphillips, Robert L. 

45 Brower St. 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Electrical Engineering 
Shaw, Thomasine L. 

165 Livingston St. 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.A. Sociology 
Sheridan, Joseph L 

6353 Main St. 

Trumbull, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Sherman, Steven M. 

373 Alden Ave. 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.A. Political Science 
Sherwonit, James E. 

430Meloy Rd. AptC4 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Civil Engineering 
Sienkiwicz, Rene J. 

49 Horace St. 

Springfield, Mass. 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Signori, Mary Ann 

123 Ruden St. 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.A. Social Welfare 
Simpson, Gary P. 

66 Green Meadow Rd. 

Milford, Ct. 



B.S. Accounting 
Skowronski, Linda S. 

44 Francis St. 
Ansonia, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Slogeris, Joseph A. 

133DraherSt. 

Waterburg, Ct. 

B.S. Materials Engineering 
Small, James H. 

Salisbury Road 

Sheffield, Mass. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Small, Linda Ann 

34CanfieldRd. 

Seymour, Ct. 

A.S. Commercial Art 
Smialowski, John M. 

365 High Street 

New Britain, Ct. 

B. S. Criminal Justice 
Smith, Laurie D. 

28 Millwood Drive 

Branford, Ct. 

A.S. Advertising and 
Commercial Art 
Souney, Kathleen A 

78 Homeside Ave. Apt. 207 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.A. Social Welfare 
Sprague, Keith R. 

45 Green St. 
Valley Strm., NY 
B.S. Criminal Justice 

St. Jean Glenn 

1009 Tollgate Road 

Warwick, RI 

B.5. Marketing 
St. Laurent, Steven J. 

76 Chestnut Street 

Branford, Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 
Stanish, Thomas R. 

1931 Long Hill Road 

Guilford, Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 
Steeves, Richard W. 

90 Lombard St. 

New Haven, Ct. 

A.S. Business Administration 
Stein, Louis J. 

34 Mt. View Dr. 

Clifton, NJ 

B.S. Operations Management 
Stein, Roger A. 

1276 North Ave. 

Stratford, Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 
Steinnecker, Robert A. 

95 Clark Street Apt. D 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Stisser, David C. 

23 Owenoke Way 

Riverside, Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 
Stoddard, Robert 

41 Jones Hill Rd. Apt 308 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Swanson, John H. 



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18 View St. 
Plainville, Ct. 

B.S. Civil Engineering 
Swantko, Gary M. 

48 Hull St. 

Ansonia, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Sweeney, Michael J. 

115HolcombSt. 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Szczesiul, Timothy 

Perock Lane 

Naugatuck, Ct. 

B.S. Chemistry 
Tarinelli, William B. 

245 Sunnyridge Ave. Apt. 27 

Fairfield, Ct. 

B.S. Civil Engineering 
Templehoff, Howard M. 

100 E. 18th Street 

Brooklyn, NY 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Tenedine, Alethea A. 

141 LeeteSt. 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.A. Social Welfare 
Tenzer, Mark W. 

7 Valley View Rd. 

Amsterdam, NY 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Theriault, Andrew D. 

Fable Lane 

Farmington, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Thompson, George A. 

9 Deepwood Drive 

Manchester, Ct. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Thompson, Sandra K. 

15 Lynne Terrace 

Shelton. Ct. 

B.S. Operations Management 
Thorpe, Thomas H. 

9 Nepaug Street 

Hartford, Ct. 

B.S. Accounting 
Timiraos, Segundo 

11 BassettSt. Apt D14 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Electrical Engineering 
Toles, Clinton C. 

97 Read St. 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Tomlinson, Robert J. 

Ash Swamp Rd. 

New Preston, Ct. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Tommell, Robert W. 

104 Dear Run Rd. 

So. Meridan, Ct. 

B.S. Civil Engineering 
Townsend, Henry 

65 Lincoln Ave. Ext. 

So. Norwalk.Ct. 

B.A. Political Science 
Trapani, Steven 

68 Blakeslee Rd. 

Wallingford.Ct. 

B.S. Mechanical Engineering 



Traficante, Joseph 

556 Long Hill Ave. 

Shelton, Ct. 

B.S. Marketing 
Troisi, William A. 

19 Ivy Circle Apt. C 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Trotta, Carmine P. 

19 Pope St. 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Civil Engineering 
Trzcinski, Karen J. 

123RudenSt. 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Tuneski, Glenn E. 

404 VauxhallSt. 

New London, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Turechek, David P. 

84 Rose St. 

Bridgeport, Ct. 

B.S. Mechanical Engineering 
Tureski, Glenn R. 

Sims Road 

Sag Harbor, NY 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Turner, William F. 

7 Frost St. 

Norwalk.Ct. 

B.S. Finance 
Uliano, Anthony L. Jr. 

87 6th Street 

Pelham, NY 

B.A. Environmental Science 
Ulm, Jerry E. 

127 Pond Lily Ave. 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.A. Biology 
Unger, Larry J. 

Old Farms Road 

Durham, Ct. 

A.S. Mechanical Engineering 
Valletta, Albert R. 

64 Brewster St. 

Waterbury, Ct. 

B.S. Electrical Engineering 
Varsallone, Robert 

38 Bennett Ave. 

Waterbury, Ct. 

B.A. History 
Veneri, Charles F. 

7 Bona Vists Terrace 

Shelton, Ct. 

B.S. Mechanical Engineering 
Verderame, Sheila A. 

694 Woodward Ave. Apt. 9 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.A.English 
Vidou, Edward P. 

28 Honor Road 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Biology 
Villani, Kenneth E. 

202 Foster St. 

New Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Marketing 
Volk.JohnH. 

7 Wall Street 

Woodmont. Ct 



B.S. Environmental Science 
Volkmar, Lynn Frances Salzano 

179 Rose Circle 

Middletown, Ct. 

A.S. Business Administration 
Vonhagen, Barbara A. 

River Road 

Columbia, NJ 

B.S. Operations Management 
Von Holtz, Arthur G. 

Jeremy Swamp Rd. 

Southbury, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Vreeland, Edward R. 

143 Centerbrook Rd. 

Hamden, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Wachter, Ronald H. 

23 Robin Road 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Civil Engineering 
Waitkus, James L. 

10 Mozart St. 

W. Hartford, Ct. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Walsh, Mary I. 

38 Gerard St. 

Manchester, Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Waskowich, James F. 

63 Orford Street 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.S. Electrical Engineering 
Weber, Mark 

32 Girard Ave. 

Hartford, Ct. 

B.S Industrial Engineering 
West, Richard H. 

127 Norwood Ave. 

New London, Ct. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
White, Michael A. 

25 Morris St. 

Brentwood, NY 

B.A. Sociology 
Whitney, Susan J. 

220 Sea Hill Rd. 

No.Branford.Ct. 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
Widger, Kathleen A. 
• 237 Ruden St. 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.A. Psychology 
Wiganowske, Wayne R. 

129 Walker Street 

Manchester, Ct. 

B.S. Hotel Administration 
Wilder, Andrew N. Jr. 

5018 Butterfield Drive 

Winston Salem, NC 

B.A. Sociology 
Winter, Ronald 

234 Bashan Road 

East Haddam, Conn. 

B.A. English 
Wood, Frank M 

17 Jo Drive 

Peekskill, NY 

B.A. Sociology 
Woods, Edward R. 



15 Coach Drive 

No. Haven, Ct. 

A.S. Criminal Justice 
Wright, Matthew L. Jr. 

49 Glade St. Apt. C 4 

West Haven, Ct. 

B.S. General Management 
Yee, Zee K. 

5 Brandyvine Rd. 

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of 
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the representatives, committee members 
and officers: 

Dave Bufalini, Chuck Manns, Tom Sullivan, & Judy Tavella 

congratulate every UNH 1975 graduate 

for their achievements 
and wish them all a very happy future. 



this small space is reserved 
for a few 1975 graduates 
who are my special friends: 

torn murphy, 

julie buono, 

lou stein, 

patty arbusto, 

ed drew, 

mary maton, 

barry bosworth, 

donna damon, 

gery alexander, 

mary walsh, 

liz iorfino, 

joe hurbon, 

and — of course — 

bob ryan. 
in whatever you all do, where ever 
you go ... i can only wish for you the 
very best things that life can offer. 

with love, 
kathy 








a college is made up of many people, who hold a number 
of varied, and some times conflicting, opinions, therefore, 
in its attempt to represent the entire collegiate population, 
the yearbook will, at one time or another, give voice to these 
opinions, and will in no way deem any one opinion totally 
correct for, or entirely representative of, the whole, in the 
attempt to represent each and every idea and opinion, we 
have tried to incorporate as many of them as possible into 
the "1975 chariot". -—sftlSE^. '^X,.. 




FROM THE DESK OF 

kathy huber 







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it is very difficult to write this closing . these two pages are the only place where i can express my feelings and 
comment on the happenings of 1974-75 university of new haven, on the average, i believe that it was a good year for 
the unh community, the people here were sometimes faced with a difficult decision, and — as usual — it was a small 
number who came up with workable solutions, so many people come and go at unh, and only a few of them give of 
themselves for the benefit of fellow students, faculty members, or administrators, and for the benefit of the university 
itself, i wish that more people could care as much but apathy is an old song here, and many have come to simply 

accept it and try to make the very best of the situation that exists, perhaps such comments do not even belong in this 
closing perhaps. 

when discussing and planning the con- 
tent of this open letter, i was told that my 
closing should be one word: "amen!" i al- 
most took that suggestion — but then, no- 
body else would have felt all the relief and 

thanksgiving packed into that one word, > 

without further explanation, as i'd said be- 
fore, on the average, it has been a good year, 
with both high and low points, the creation 
of this yearbook was with uncommonly 
good feelings, but it all wrapped up on a 
really hard note — the angry resignation of 
a staff member, coupled with the end-of- 
the-year blues that always seem to appear 
around the finishing of a yearbook, it was 
all truly a shame, a lot of hard feelings were 
created i wish that it never had hap- 

pened, the main reason that such an occur- 
ance is so hard to take is the staff who 
created and worked on this book — it was a 
small staff, but a dedicated one. i wish that 
i could really tell them all how much their 
participation meant, i'd like to thank them 
all, at least one more time, for marion, nick, 
tony, terry, chet, and phil — you all will be 
back again next year, only heaven knows 
why it's a thankless job you've chosen 

to do but i'm looking forward to working 
with you all again, the yearbook has become 
a challenge, and an art, to those who've 
tried it once and decided to give it another 
go. i'm glad that you all were able to join the 
chariot staff for another year, for liz, and 
phil — thank you for working on the book 






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this year, your contributions really made this book special, 
even more so because it was your final project before leaving 
unh. for betsy, for coming over to help out all the way from 
the university of bridgeport — just "thanks" . . . you'll be 
around as long as we're friends — forever, that is my staff — 
all such nice people, who listened to each other — and especially 
me — gripe and complain, and then pitched in to help in the 
trouble-area, and all took such pride in the development and 
completion of this yearbook, i couldn't have even tried to do it 
without any of you. there are also many other people on cam- 
pus who took an active part in the creation of the 1975 chariot, 
mrs. erba, in the dsg office, who always had the right informa- 
tion at the right time; joe cieplak, from public relations, who 
was always there with pictures for us to "borrow" and advice 
to give; joe macionus, from student records, how he patiently 
listened to our crazy requests and then always got the right 
information to us from the data center; jim toomey, our repre- 
sentative from american yearbook co., who had the patience of 
a saint with us all when we missed all those deadlines (even if 
he was always late for our meetings!), and to david milne, my 
old yearbook advisor from high school, who i sometimes fran- 
tically called just before a deadline, for advice and opinions, all 
of these people, and so many more that i just cannot name, 
gave so much for the production of this book, thank you all. 

i know that i should be bidding farewell to all of the gra- 
duates, but maybe i'm one of the few who don't have to say 
goodbye, the yearbook that i've designed and put together will 
be the most steadfast key to the memories that each graduate 
has accumulated from his stay at unh. whenever he or she 
looks through their copy of the 1975 chariot, it will bring to 
mind many forgotten moments — some good, some bad, but all 
of them safely tucked away in a corner of their minds, needing 
only to be touched upon to be seen, it is through such a chain 
reaction that i hope, perhaps, this book, and the staff who created it, will achieve a little bit of timelessness. 

i know, i know . . . i should be leaving you all to get on with the futures you've prepared for, (i always have had 
a tendency to talk too much!) but closing phrases come hard and seem so trite when they are meant to be given to 
friends, "good luck," "congratulations on your achievements," "best wishes for the future" — all of these are proper, 
and certainly apropos, but they seem somehow empty of the feelings that i wish to convey, perhaps, then, i should 
just leave you with a salutation and a wish that a "mr. spock"-type person (to whom this book truly belongs) once 
gave to me: peace, live long and prosper. 




with love, 



)^Au-^u^. 



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Accounting Club 150 

Accuosti, Thomas 178 

Administration Section 131 

Advertizements Section 219 

Alencynowicz, Kathy 178 

Alexander, Gery 178 

All School (Fall) Picnic 28 

Alpha Chi 164 

American Society of Civil Eng. 153 

Angal, Alexander 178 

Arbusto, Patty 178 

Arnold, Joseph 138 

Arts Festival 86 

Asch, Lawrence 178 

Ashton, Kenneth 178 

Astarita, Edward 138 

Baker, Richard 136 

Baker, Samuel 135 

Baldino Jr., Angelo 179 

Barkhordari Jr., Joseph 179 

Barnes, Dianne 179 

Barr, Stephen 179 

Baseball (Fall) 40 

Baseball (Spring) 104 

Basketball 48 

Beckerman, Ellen 179 

Bell, Srilekha 138 

Benas, James 179 

Benevento, John 134 

Bennet, Elizabeth 136 

Berglund, Jerry 138 

Bernard, Joseph 138 

Blanchet, Pierre 179 

Bloodmobile 74 

Bogerty, Margaret 180 

Bonfiglio, Thomas 180 

Bosworth, Barry 180 

Bouvier, James 180 

Bowles, Dalen 132 

Bradshaw, Alfred 138 

Brechlin, William 180 

Bresnahan, Cathy 180 

Brignola, Nick 180 

Brown, David 138 

Brown, Diane 18 

Brown, Donald 18 

Brown, Robert 18 

Bucciero, Frances 18 

Bullwinkel, Edward 18 

Bundy, Lynn 18 

Buono, Julie 18 

Burdelski, Jeff 182 

Burke, David 182 

Byer, Ernest 182 

Caberets (Winter) 69 

Caberets (Spring) 88 

Calderone, Leo 182 

Campbell, Robert 134 

Caprio, Michael 182 

Castiglioni, Richard 182 

Carson, George 139 

Cecere, Carl 182 

Chandra, Satish 139 

Chariot 158 



Cheerleaders 

Chemistry Club 

Chepaitis, Joseph 

Chi Kappa Rho 

Chun, Kee 

Cieplak, Joseph 

Cleary, Kevin 

Clemens, Roxanne 

Clifford, Frank 

Closing 

Clouse, John 

Connery, Matthew 

Corbett, Jim 

Cotter, Fred 

Cox, William 

Crawford, Henry 

Criscuolo, Dennis 

Cue, Joseph 

Czuchra, Peter 

D'Ambruoso, Jeanne 

D'Arco, Joe 

Dawson, Joyce 

Delaney, Ed 

Del Vecchio, Gary 

Depersia, Neal 

Dichele, Ernest 

Dilullo, Thomas 

DiMario, John 

Dimaria, Michael 

Dorm Life 

Drew, Edward 

Drew, Maureen 

DSG 

DSG Elections 

DSG Gov't Change-Over 
DSG Vs News Softball game 

Dubin, Kenneth 

DuBuisson, David 

Dunn, Herbert 

Dzialo, Henry 

Egan, Jim 

Erba, Fran 

Eve. Stud. Grad. Prom 

Eve. Students Christmas Party 
Evening Student's Council . . 

Faculty Section 

Fahrman, Eric 

Falcigno, Anthony 

Fall '74 

Farrow, William 

Fera, Scott 

Fidler, Howard 

Figueroa, Miguel 

Finals Fall '74 

Finals, Spring '75 

Football 

Fox, Michelle 

Franco, Joseph 

Fryer, Johnnie 

Fuschi, Michael 

Galaida, Michael 

Gamache, Wayne 

Game room 

Gant, Mark 



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151 Gasiorek, John 188 

155 Gatavaski, Edward 189 

139 Gay, Howard 189 

166 Gelgauda, Richard 135 

139 Gelozin, Tom 189 

136 Gentile, Marlene 189 

183 Ghoreyeb, John 133 

183 Giglio, Francis 189 

139 Gilston, Bruce 189 

224 Graduation (January) 60 

183 Graduation (June) 118 

132 Grandel, Joe 189 

183 "Grave Problem of the Tweeners, the" 172 

184 Grendel, Tom 190 

184 Greet, Richard 140 

184 Griffiths, George 190 

184 Grodzinsky, Fran 140 

184 Grodzinsky, Stephen 140 

184 Haberman, Ronald 140 

134 Habetz, Beverly 190 

185 Hamel, Earl 141 

185 Harvill, Sharon 190 

185 Haynes, Bennie 190 

185 Healey, James 190 

185 Hetes, Elizabeth 190 

186 Hewitt, William 185 

139 Higgins, David 191 

186 Hockey 56 

186 Hoffnung, Robert 141 

111 Homecoming 36 

186 Horning, Darrell 141 

186 Howling, Robert 141 

156 Huff, Edward 191 

53 Hull, Frank 134 

70 Hurbon, Joe 191 

109 Hyman, Arnold 141 

186 lorfino, Elizabeth 197 

135 Jacobson, Don 191 

187 James, Samuel 141 

187 Jensen, Gwendolyn 142 

187 Jerin, Robert 191 

156 Jones, Leon 191 

114 Kalma, Dennis 142 

. 54 Kaplan, Nathaniel 142 

154 Kaplan, Philip 132 

137 Kennedy, Abby 191 

187 Kiessling, Elmer 192 

187 Kirwin, Gerald 142 

19 Kleefeld, Karl 192 

140 Kolar, Rose Anne 192 

187 Kootz, Harry 192 

140 Kravet, Robert 142 

187 Kucharyk, Stefan 192 

52 Kunkel, Ted 192 

100 Lacrosse 82 

22 Ladbetter, Paula 193 

188 LaFrance, William 193 

188 Lambrakis, Constantine 142 

140 Lamda Alpha Epsilon 168 

188 Lanahan, Roger 142 

188 LaPorte, Rocco 193 

188 Lectures (Fall) 39 

80 Lectures (Winter) 93 

188 Lemaire, Henry 143 



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Lent, Diane 

Lia, John 

Library Dedication 

Lipp, Richard 

Literary Works 18 

Lobay, Ivan 

Lockrow, Dorothy 

Louise, Roger 

Lurcell, Steven 

Lyman, Stuart 

Lynch, William 

Macionous, Joseph 

Machnik, Joe 

MacKay, Muriel 

Madhu, Aggaeveal 

Maginnis, Richard 

Malerba, Vincent 

Mally, Maria 

Maloney, Richard 
Management Club 

Mann, Richard 

Manus, Anna 

Marabito, Gary 

Marchetti, Peter 

Mardicai, Thomas 

Martin, John 

Martin, James 

Mathieu, Bertrand 

Maton, Mary 

Maturo, Chris 

McAvinney, Virginia 

McElroy, David 

McGregor, Ann 

Mclntire, Robert 

Meligonis, Dennis 

Mikowski, Mary 

Millen, Roger 

Mills, Ronda . 

Millstein, Neil 

Mitchell, Marion 

Mixers: (Fall) 
Mixers: (Spring) 

Moffitt, Elizabeth 

Moore Jr., Leamon 

Mordecai, Thomas 

Morris, Gary 

Morrison, Richard 

Mullard, Charles 

Murillo, Robert 

Murphy, Thomas 

Naccarato, David 

Nardi, Rosmarie 

News 

Nordlund, Kai 

Nyce, William 

O'Hara, C 

O'Keefe, Daniel 
Olgin, Philip 

Onorato, Armand 

Opening Theme 

Organizations Section 

Orientation (Fall) 

Orientation (Spring) 

Ormrod, Cindy 



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Pagliaro, John 197 

Payea, Joseph 198 

Peluse, Barbara 198 

Pesce, Gerald 198 

Petersen, Willard 145 

Peterson, Marvin K 132 

Pietrini, Thomas 198 

Pittman, Leroy 198 

Pitts, James 198 

Piatt, Martin 198 

Pomeroy, Dennis 199 

Poulson, Christian 134 

Pres' Fall Welcome Dance (Eve. Stu) 44 

Price, Paul 199 

Rajeswaran, P 145 

Randolph, Linda 199 

Raro, William 199 

Ray, Garo 145 

Reedy. Ralph 199 

Regan, Edward 199 

Registration For Spring . . . . . 46 

Registration For Fall 92 

Reilley, Ed 199 

Reti, Thomas 200 

Reams, Dinwiddie 200 

Ribnicky, Mike 200 

Riccio, Daniel 200 

Rich, Myron 200 

Robinson, Frank 200 

Robertson, Philip 135 

Robillard, Douglas 133 

Roddy, Frank 146 

Rogers, Peter 134 

Root, Robert 200 

Rossi, Armand 200 

Rottman, Myrna 146 

Ruotolo, Nicholas 201 

Ryan, Robert 201 

Sack, Allen 146 

Sandman, Joshua 146 

Santoro, Thomas 201 

Sarosi, Oliver 146 

Sawhney, Shiv 146 

Sawicki, Frank 201 

Sawicki, William 201 

Scholl, William 147 

Schwartz, Terry 201 

Scott, Donald 136 

Sellers, Donnie 201 

Senior Directory 208 

Senior Section 177 

Senczikowska, Myron 202 

Serphillips, Robert 202 

Shattuck, James 136 

Sherwonit, James 202 

Sherwood, Franklin 147 

Signori, Mary Ann 202 

Silverstein, Stephen 202 

Simpson, Gary 202 

Skowronski, Linda 203 

Sloan, Richard 203 

Small, James 203 

Smallwood, Thornton 136 

Smialowski, John 203 



Smith, Donald 147 

Smith, Warren 133 

Soccer 34 

Social Committee 155 

Sommers, Alexis 132 

Spears, Thomas 203 

Sports Banquet 112 

Spring '75 73 

Spring Fashion Show 
(Chi Kappa Rho) 76 

Stanley, Oscar 203 

Stanley, Richard 147 

Staugaard, Burton 147 

Stein, Louis 203 

St. Lavrent, Steven 204 

Strucaly, Mark 204 

Summer '75 99 

Swanson, Dennis 204 

Swanson, John 204 

Swantko, Gary 204 

Table of Contents 2 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 169 

Taylor, Robert 204 

Tenedine, Althea 205 

Tenzer, Mark ' 205 

Tennis 94 

Thompson, Sandra 205 

Tolenen, Karl 147 

Trapani, Steven 205 

Trotta, Carmine 205 

Trzcinski, Karen 205 

UNH by Day & Night 120 

Valletta, Albert 206 

Veteran's Club 171 

Vieira, Frank 148 

Voegeli, Henry 148 

Vonhagen, Barbara 206 

Wachter, Ronald 206 

Walsh, Mary 206 

Walters, Mark 206 

Warner, Thomas 133 

Weise, Peter 206 

White Jr., John 206 

White, Michael 207 

Whiteman, Gilbert 148 

Who's Who in American Colleges/Univ 90 

Widger, Kathy 207 

Wilder Jr., Andrew 207 

Wiener, Bernard 148 

Williams, Jeffery 148 

Williams, Paulette 207 

Wilson, Ned 148 

Winter '74 47 

Wittenberg, Eugene 207 

WNHU 160 

Wood, Frank 207 

Wright, Fessenden 148 

Wright, Mathew 207 

Year End Concert 106 

York, Michael 134 

Zetz Beta Tau 170 



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