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OFFICE OF ALUMNI & PARENT REL. 



Office of Alumni Re!ation§ 

Curry College 

Milton, Mass. 02186 



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\lASStS Page 27 

Bachelor Degree Candidates Page 29 

Two Year Diplomas Page 57 

Juniors Page 60 

Sophomores Page 67 

Freshmen Page 73 

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Band Page 102 

Choristers Page 104 

Cheerleaders Page 106 

Committees Page 108 

Le Cercle Francais Page 110 

Psychology Club Page 111 

Spanish Club Page 112 

Debating Page 113 

Yearbook Staff Page 115 

J\tljUtiCS Page 118 

Football Page 120 

Basketball Page 125 

(jh yAMflUS Page 132 



Pb tip stubents of Curry (Eotlege take a great beat of pribe anb jog in bebicaiing il|is, our first 
major yearbook, to tip Registrar anb ^ursar of tip College, ^JHrs. ^Emma ^ag filler. tEljis abmirable 
moman Ips bebicaleb Ipr life to tip college anb Iras probeb Iprseif to be inbaluable in Ipr abminisfraiibe 
capacities. ^Regarbless of mlrat time ai bag one passes Ipr office sip is almags bnsilg igping amag or filing 
or attenbing to some oilpr sncl] bntg; get sip is neber too bnsg to assist tip stnbents in tlpir troubles. 
JftHemories of tip sinceritg of ^rs- filler anb Ipr pleasant laugljter mill be clprislpb bg all (Kurrg stubents 
in gears to come. JVs a result of lip stanbarbs, trabitions, anb general clperfnlness mtficb, <iJltrs. filler 
Iras estabiislpb, Ipr name is one mljich, mill almags rank Ijiglj in tip minbs of (Kurrg stubents. ^Hence, to 
(JMrs. filler me are proub to bebicate tl|is gearboob in sincere appreciation for all sip Ijas bane for (Uurrg. 

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MEMBERS OF THE CORPORATION 

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Chairman of the Corporation and 
Board of Trustees of Curry College 

Willard Price Lombard, LL.B., 

D.Sc.O., Chairman 

Member of firm, Sweetser & 
Lombard, Counselors at Law 



Donald Wilson Miller, S.B., 
A.M., Ed.M., Ed.D., D.Sc.O., 
L.H.D., Treasurer 

President, Curry College 



Joseph Aloysius Doherty, 
D.M.D., B.S., M.S., LL.B., Clerk 
Oral Surgeon 



David Russell Hubbard, B.S. 
Treasurer, Palmer Hubbard 
and Carpenter Inc., Contractors 



Kirtley Fletcher Mather, 
Ph.D., Sc.D., Litt.D., L.H.D. 

Professor of Geology, Emeritus, 
Harvard University 



Emma May Miller, A.B. 

Registrar and Bursar, Curry 
College 



Benjamin Frank Kubilius, S.B. 
Research Engineer, Pullman 
Standard Company, Ham- 
mond, Indiana 



Mary Grace Miller, S.B. 

High School Teacher of English 
(Retired) 



i\)t Ymihnt 




Donald Wilson Miller, S.B., AM., Ed.M., Ed.D., D.Sc.O., L.H.D. 

S.B., Colby College; A.M., George Peabody College for Teachers; 

Ed.M., and Ed.D., Harvard University; D.Sc.O., Curry College; L.H.D., 

Calvin Coolidge College. 



N° man can revea I to ljou aught but that which already 
lie? naif asleep in the dawning of ijour knowledge. 

| he teacher who walks in the shadow of the temple, 
among his followers, gives not of his wisdom, but rather of 
his faith. 

If he is indeed wise he does not bid ijou enter the house of 
wisdom, but rather leads ljou to the threshold of ijour own mind. 

K*Wil Gibran 




FACULTY 




Alfred Augustus Aaron, 
B.S., M.S. 

Assistant Professor of Chem- 
istry and Mathematics — 
B.S., and M.S., Worcester 
Polytechnic Institute. 



Emma May Miller, A.B. 
Registrar — - A.B., Curry 
College. 





Georgia Swickard Barnard, 

A.B. 

Reading Room Librarian — 

A.B., and Ed.M., Harvard 

University. 



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Michael Stanislaus Donlan 

A.B., Ed.M. 

Instructor in German — 

A.B., and Ed.M.; Harvard 

University. 





Norborne Harris Crowell, 
A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 

Professor of History and 
Government — A.B., Drake 
University; A.M., Princeton 
University; Ph.D., Cornell 
University. 



Robert Clifton Lumpkin, 

A.B., Ph.D. 

Professor of Psychology — 

A.B., St. John's College; 

Ph.D., Johns Hopkins 

University. 




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John Joseph McCarthy, 
B.S. in Ed., and M. Ed. 
Assistant Professor of Busi- 
ness Administration — B.S. 
in Ed., and M.Ed. State 
Teachers College at Boston. 



Louisa Lockwood Magraw, 
Ph.B., M.B.A. 

Instructor in Business Ad- 
ministration — Ph.B., Uni- 
versity of Chicago; M.B.A., 
Boston University. 





Lawrence Philip McGrath, 
B.S., M.S., M.A., Ph.D. 
Professor of Economics and 
Business Administration — 
B.S., University of Illinois; 
M.S., Georgetown Univer- 
sity; M.A., Harvard Univer- 
sity; Ph.D., Stanford 
University. 



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David Beale Morey, S.B., 
A.M. 

Assistant Professor of His- 
tory and Government — 
S.B., Dartmouth College; 
A.M., New York University. 





Barbara Morehead, B.S., 
A.M., Ph.D. 

Professor of English — B.S., 
Carnegie Institute of Tech- 
nology; A.M., Radcliffe 
College; Ph.D., University 
of Chicago. 



Sewall Bennett Potter, 
A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 
Lecturer on Music — A.B., 
Harvard University; A.M., 
and Ph.D., Boston Univer- 
sity. 




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Seabury Quinn, Jr., A.B., 
A.M., Ph.D. 

Professor of English — A.B., 
Harvard College; A.M.. 
Columbia University; Ph.- 
D., Yale University. 




Lester James Pronger, 
B.A., M.A., Docteur de 1' 
Universite de Paris., Ph.D., 
Professor of French — B.A., 
and M.A., University of 
British Columbia ; Docteur 
de 1' Universite de Paris; 
Ph.D., Harvard University. 




Herbert Rona, M. Agr., 
M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor of Speech — M. 
Agr., and D.S., Munich 
Technical College (Bava- 
ria) ; M.A., University of 
Utah. 



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Zoltan Takacs, A.B., Ph.D. 
Professor of Spanish — A.B., 
and Ph.D., Royal Hungari- 
an Elizabeth University. 





ROSALTHA HAGAN SaNDERS, 

A.B., M.S., Ph.D. 

Professor of Biology — A.B., 
Agnes Scott College; M.S., 
Emory University; Ph.D., 
University of Chicago. 



John Paul Vallely 
Instructor in Physical Edu- 
cation; Coach of Basketball 
and Baseball — Curry 
College. 




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Rosa Salome Wilcox, 
A.B., A.B. in L.S. 
Librarian — A.B., Connec- 
ticut College for Women; 
A.B., in L.S. University of 
Michigan. 



Pauline Ann Tripp, B.S., 

R.N. 

College Nurse and Health 

Service Director — B.S., 

Simmons College; R.N., 

Simmons College. 




Ella Rose Ford, B.S. in 
Ed., Ed.M., Ed.D. 

Lecturer on Elementary 
Education — B.S. in Ed., 
State Teachers College at 
Boston; Ed.M., State Teach- 
ers College at Boston; Cer- 
tificate of Advanced Gradu- 
ate Study (Elementary 
Education) Boston Univer- 
sity; Ed.D., Calvin Coolidge 
College. 



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L/arest 'thou now \^J sou I , 

Vv a Ik out with me toward the unknown region, 

\// here neither ground is for tne feet nor cinij path to j~o I low! 

|\Jo map there, nor guide, 

|\]or voice sounding, nor touch oj" human hand, 

|\j or face with blooming flesh, nor lips, nor eqes, are in that land. 

| know it not C_j soul, 

|\|or dost thou, all is a blank before us, 

r\\\ waits undream d of in that region, that inaccessible land. 

| ill when the ties loosen, 
/\\ I but the ties eternal , | ime and opace, 
|\Jor darkness, gravitation, sense, nor anq bounds bounding us. 

| hen we burst forth, we float, 

| n | imeand 3 pace \_) soul, prepared for them, 
Egual, eguiptat last, (O J04! O fruit of a 1 1 !) them to fulfil O sou I. 

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RICHARD W. -AYES' 
LAURELTON, NY. 



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MIDDLEBORO, MASS. 



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PITTSBURGH, PA. 





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CHICAGO, ILL. 





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MILTON, MASS. 



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BACHELOR DEGREE 
CANDIDATES 




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Seated: Louise Tapper, Secretary; Theodore Turtle, Vice-president. 
Standing: David Oliphant, President; David L. Spinner, Treasurer. 



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|\Jo man is an island, entire of itself; everu, man is a piece of th 
continent, a pari of trie main. . . . /\ny man s death diminish 
because | am involved in mankind, and therefore never send to know fo 
whom the bell tolls; it tolls fortnee." 

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\V hen men and women combine their efforts' to draw the necessary energu 
to fulfil I their goals for the benefit of mankind theij become exceptional . | he 
effect of being exceptional is, in realitij, looked upon as something that 
differs from the norm, it is a phenomenon which is unexplainable to the 
I |asse . |t is viewed as not being reasonable, and in some places not 
permissible, except to a certain few, in the limited world in which most human 
beings reside. | he specific purpose of cultural roles upon most personalities 
has a universal blinding effect upon them. | |ost of the people that reside 
herein are existing in a state of forced co-habitation, [t is this restriction of 
being in this closed tqpe of society and reaching out blindli.) for universal 
recognition, that 1 1 m its the person, and, necessari I lj, the societq itself. 



|_et us, therefore, accept the fact that there is a Universal within even) 
society. | his Universal is derived from its institutions, such as its reli- 
gious organizations, its governmental agencies, its law enforcing bodies, and 
the like. I he breadth of these organizations depends upon the scope of the 
societtj itself. | e t the more fundamental explanation for this universalitij is 
the inter-dependence of large and small communities, and tjes, even, large 
and small countries. |t does not take the individual^ of the people and the 
=tLj awaij, but rather, it adds to it. 



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I his I wentietb (^enturi) has been the scene of two major war?, two attempt? 
to organise world peace promoting agencies', the advent of modern industrial- 
ization, the emancipation of colonized territories, atomic power for war and 
peace, the conquering of dread disease?, and the growth of education, jtill, 
this is the most troubled and perplexed century that has ever existed. |ts 
problems ave ancient with modern interpretations, and thetj ave nc 



low ours. 



( )uv job, in the future, whether we ave teachers, industrialists, doctors, or 

lawyers, will be a common one. \X/e are charged, as mantj others have been, 
who leave the ivl) towers of learning, with the task of raising the position 
of humanittj to a state in which peace and brotherhood can exist, where 
men of all races and all creeds maij walk with pride, and without fear. 
Vv e are now men and women of the educated world; we must accept the 
responsibilities of leadership that go along with this honor, vv e must charge 
ourselves with the pledge of lading down a strong foundation of security so 
that our children, and our children s children, mau, build a tower of peace 
upon it. 

| o all those, of this select group of well educated people, ana to all those 
that are wi I ling to contribute to this goal . . . V^od s speed. 



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RICHARD WAYNE AVES 

"Dick" 

131 233rd Street, Laurelton, N.Y. 

S.B. Secondary Education 

Common Expression — Get the facts . . . then decide! 
Future Aspirations — Teaching. 

Activities — Dormitory Proctor 4, Yearbook Staff 4. 
Committees — Social 1, 2, Class Gift 4, Dance 4. 
Who's Who Among Students in American Universities 
and Colleges. 



THOMAS FRANCIS BAUMAN 

"Frank" 

152 Cross Street, Belmont, Mass. 

S.B. Business Administration 

Common Expression — Why not! 

Future Aspirations — Salesman. 

Activities — Football 4, Baseball 1, Soccer 1, 2. 

Committees — Student Union 4. 




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MILTON CHARLES BREAULT 

"Milt" 

24 Eldredge Square, Chatham, 

Cape Cod, Mass. 

S.B. Business Administration 

Common Expression — I'm going down the street! 
Future Aspirations — Teaching. 
Activities — Choristers 4. 



DONALD HERBERT BUCK 

"Bucky" 

33 Greenwood Ave., West Orange, N.J. 

S.B. Radio and Television Broadcasting 

Common Expression — Get a fourth! 

Future Aspirations — Television Management. 

Activities — Psychology Club 2, Treasurer, Lodge 

Dormitory 4. 

Committees — Social 4, Student Union 4. 




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EUGENE WALTER BURLEY 

"Gene" 

38 Vernon Street, Bridgewater, Mass. 

S.B. Education 

Common Expression — Is that right! 
Future Aspirations — Teaching, Coaching. 
Activities — Baseball 1, Intramurals. 



HAROLD JAMES CAMPBELL, JR. 

"Harry" 

53 Berkeley Street, Somerville, Mass. 

S.B. Business Administration 

Common Expression — Crazy! 
Future Aspirations — Insurance. 
Committees — Pep Rally 4. 




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GERALD MICHAEL CARISTI 

"Jerry" 

5 Eddie Street, Quincy, Mass. 

S.B. Radio and Television Broadcasting 

Common Expression — Lot's o' luck! 
Future Aspirations — Radio and Television Announc- 
ing and Directing. 
Activities — Dramatic Club 3, Choristers 1, 2, 3, 4. 



RICHARD M. CARR 

"Richie" 

19 Pond View Ave., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

S.B. Education — History 

Common Expression — Do the best you can! 
Future Aspirations — Teaching. 
Activities — Baseball 1, Veterans Club 1. 




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LEO PHILIP CIRINCIONE 

2116 Tomlinson Avenue 

Bronx, N.Y.C., N.Y. 

S.B. Education 

Future Aspirations — Teaching Biology. 
Activities — Choristers 4. 
Committees — Student Union 4. 



ANN FRANCES CORSCADDEN 

"Sis" 

61 Loring Street, Hyde Park, Mass. 

S.B. Secondary Education 

Common Expression — Oh, he means well! 

Future Aspirations — Teaching. 

Activities — Tennis 1, 2, French Club 2, Psychology 

Club 2, 3, Choristers 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleading 1. 

Committees — Student Union 4. 

Spring Prom Queen 3. 




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RENE JOHN COUDERT 

"Rene" 

Grahampton Lane, Greenwich, Conn. 

A.B. English 

Common Expression — Keep the noise down! 
Activities — Proctor Lodge Dormitory 4. 



THOMAS GOPEN DECTER 

"Buzzy" 

1 7 Kinross Road, Brookline, Mass. 

S.B. Business Administration 

Common Expression — Stop worrying, go to work! 

Future Aspirations — Public Relations. 

Activities — Choristers 4, Football 4, Intramurals 3, 

4, Yearbook Staff 4. 

Committees — Class Gift 4, Dance 4, Student Union <S. 




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LEONARD ANTHONY DELOREY 

"Lenny" 

371 Maiden Street, Revere, Mass. 

.S.B. Education 

Common Expression — Guess so! 
Future Aspirations — Teaching. 



DENNIS MARTIN DENEEN 

"Denny" 

20 Spafford Road, Milton, Mass. 

S.B. Business Administration 

Common Expression — Fine idea! 
Future Aspirations — Advertising. 
Activities — Spanish Club 4, Intramurals 3, 4. 




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GERALDINE MARIE FARREN 
"Jerry" 

105 Loring Road, Winthrop, Mass. 
S.B. Elementary Education 

Common Expression — How about that! 
Future Aspiration — Teaching handicapped children. 
Activities — Psychology Club 2, 3, Choristers 2, 3, 4. 
Committees — Class Gift 4. 



ROBERT J. FINK 

"Bob" 

45 Sunset Road, Bay Shore, L.I., N.Y. 

A.B. Psychology 

Common Expression — The force of one's merit 
makes his way! 

Future Aspirations — Dentistry. 

Activities — Football 4, Psychology Club 3, 4, Year- 
book Staff 4. 
Committees — Class Gift 4, Dance 4, Student Union 4. 




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A. ANGELIQUE HARALAMBIDES 

"Angie" 

27 Goldsmith St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

S.B. Elementary Education 

Common Expression — Where is Ted? 
Future Aspirations — Serving Exceptional Children. 
Activities — Psychology Club 2, 3. 

Committees — Prom 3, Senior Banquet 3, Commence- 
ment Usher 3. 



JOHN CHARLES HOLMES 

73 Atlantic Street, North Quincy, Mass. 
S.B. Business Administration 

Common Expression — Oh, my nerves are shot! 
Future Aspirations — Business Management. 
Activities — Choristers 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Psychol- 
ogy Club 3. 
Committees — Pep Rally 4, Dance 4, Student Union 4. 




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RICHARD A. JOHNSON 

"Dick" 

195 East Main Street, Avon, Mass. 

S.B. Business Administration 

Future Aspirations — Sales Engineering. 
Activities — Basketball 3, 4. 



CAROLE KRISS 
"Carrie" 

5565 Whitty Lane, Brooklyn, N.Y. 
S.B. Elementary Education 

Common Expression — I have so much to do! 

Future Aspirations — Teaching. 

Activities — Cheerleading 1, 3, 4, French Club 1, 2, 

Psychology Club 1, 2, 4, President of Mayflower 

Dormitory 4, Vice-President of Mayflower Dormitory 

2, Choristers 2, 3, 4. 

Committees — Student Union 4, Class Gift 4, Dance 

4, Social 4. 




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WILLIAM KUSHNER 

"Bill" 

3 Horizon Street, Great Neck, NY. 

A.B. Psychology 

Common Expression — Any riders for New York! 
Future Aspirations — Psychologist. 
Activities — Intramurals 2, 3, 4. 
Committees — Traffic 4, Dance 4. 



BERNARD EDWARD LA VIGNE 

"Bernie" 

122 West Pearl Street, Nashua, N.H. 

S.B. Business Administration 

Common Expression — But I'm not in Lit. Crit.! 
Future Aspirations — Sales Management. 
Activities — Band 4, Choristers 4. 
Committees — Pep Rally 4, Dance 4. 




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KATHLEEN MARIE LEWIS 

"Kathie" 

42 Leonard Street, Canton, Mass. 

S.B. Elementary Education 

Common Expression — Anyone see my 3HB's! 
Future Aspirations — Teaching. 

Activities — Yearbook Staff 4, Choristers 3, 4, French 
Club 2, 3, Cheerleader 4, Psychology Club 2. 
Committees — Pep Rally 4, Dance 4. 



ANTHONY J. LONGHI 

"Tony" 

12 Trafford Street, Quincy, Mass. 

S.B. Radio and Television Broadcasting 

Common Expression — How about that! 
Future Aspirations — Publicity and Promotion. 
Activities — Yearbook Staff 4. 
Committees — Traffic 4. 




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EDWARD SETH LYONS 

"Ed" 

70 Croft Terrace, New Rochelle, N.Y. 

A.B. Psychology 

Common Expression — Well, why not! 

Future Aspirations — Graduate school, Psychologist. 

Activities — Band 4, Dramatics 3, Psychology Club 3, 4. 



ROBERT VINCENT MATHERS 

"Bob" 

43 Seaver Street, North Easton, Mass. 

S.B. Business Administration 

Common Expression — Sweets! 
Activities — Pep Rally 4. 
Committees — Class Gift 4. 




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LINCOLN LEBARON MAXIM 

"Max" 

25 Bourne Street, Middleboro, Mass. 

S.B. Business Administration 

Common Expression — And such! 

Future Aspirations — Farm Management. 

Activities — Intramurals 3, Varsity Basketball 1, 2. 

Who's Who Among Students in American Universities 

and Colleges. 



BRUCE D. McCAULEY 

"Mac" 

Orchard Street, Brattleboro, Vermont 

S.B. Business Administration 

Common Expression — Who me? 

Future Aspirations — Paint Manufacturing and Sales 

Committees — Dance 4. 




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MICHAEL DAVID MELTZER 

"Mike" 

76 Euston Road, Brighton, Mass. 

S.B. Marketing 

Future Aspirations — To be successful in business. 



REGULO EDUARDO 
MONCADA COLMENARES 

"Reggie" 

Pasaje Esmeralda #9, Caracas, Ven. 

S.B. Business Administration 

Common Expression — What do you mean? 
Future Aspirations — Politics. 
Activities — Yearbook Staff 4, Spanish Club 4. 
Committees — Student Union 4. 




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GEORGE W. MORTIMER JR. 

"Morty" 

1 1 Bailey Avenue, Milton, Mass. 

S.B. Elementary Education 

Common Expression — It's a bore! 
Future Aspirations — Teacher, Humorist. 



JANICE ANN NELSON 

"Jan" 

5 Suntaug Street, Lynnfield, Mass. 

S.B. Secondary Education 

Common Expression — I feel for you! 
Future Aspirations — Teaching. 
Activities — Choristers 3, 4. 
Committees — Dance 4. 




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DAVID OLIPHANT 
"Oly" 

660 Southern Blvd., Bronx, N.Y. 
A.B. Secondary Education 

Common Expression — Where's your money! 
Future Aspirations — Teaching, Coaching, Public 
Relations. 

Activities — Yearbook Staff 4, Varsity Baseball 
Captain 3, Varsity Basketball Captain 4, Varsity Soc- 
cer Captain 1, Class President 4, Lodge Dormitory 
Proctor 1, 2, 3, North Hall Proctor 4, Student Union 
Proctor 4, Physical Training Instructor 2, 3, 4. 
Committees — Social 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Rally 4. 
Who's Who Among Students in American Universities 
and Colleges. 



HERMAN ANTHONY PARCO 

"Hap" 

302 South Aiken Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

A.B. History and Government 

Common Expression — I mean . . . you know! 

Future Aspirations — Graduate School. 

Activities — Yearbook-editor-in-chief 4, Choristers 4. 

Committees — Bus 4. 

Who's Who Among Students in American Universities 

and Colleges. 





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MICHAEL EDWARD RIZZO 

"Mike" 

347 Maverick Street, East Boston, Mass. 

A.B. English 

Common Expression — Is that right! 

Future Aspirations — Teaching and Coaching. 

Activities — Football 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 

Staff 4, Psychology Club 2, 3. 

Committees — Dance 4. 



CAROLE ROSALIE SAMUELIAN 

"Sam" 

46 Division Street, Quincy, Mass. 

S.B. Business Administration 

Common Expression — Hi sweetie! 

Did you see Louise! 
Future Aspirations — Advertising. 
Activities — Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3, 4, 
Psychology Club 1, 4, Choristers 1, 4. 
Committees — Bus 4, Social 1, 4, Dance 1, 4, Senior 
Prom 1, 4, Pep Rally 4. 




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THOMAS EUGENE SANIUK 

"Uncle Tom" 

14 Athelwold Street, Dorchester, Mass. 

S.B. Biology 

Common Expression — No kidding! Really? 
Future Aspirations — Oceanographer. 



PAUL A. SCHAUB 

"Schaubie" 

258 Upland Road, Cambridge, Mass. 

S.B. Business Administration 

Common Expression — I'll save my cuts! 
Future Aspirations — Business Management. 




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BURTON ALAN SHOCKET 

"Burt" 

187 Bonad Road, South Brookline, Mass. 

S.B. Business Administration 

Future Aspirations — Electronic Sales. 

Activities — Psychology Club 3, 4, German Club 2. 



DAVID LLOYD SPINNER 

"Magoo" 

910 N. Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, 111. 

A.B. Psychology 

Common Expression — When I was living on the left 

bank! 

Future Aspirations — Psychologist and Writer. 

Activities — Soccer 1, 2, Class Treasurer 4, Choristers 

3, Yearbook Staff 4, Psychology Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Who's Who Among Students in American Universities 

and Colleges. 




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LOUISE YVONNE TAPPER 

"Wheezzie" 

968 Hancock Street, Quincy, Mass. 

A.B. Psychology 

Common Expression — C'mon kids, let's go! 

Future Aspirations — Teaching, Social Work. 

Activities — Debating Team 4, Cheerleading 1, 2, 

Captain 3, 4, Choristers 1, 2, 3, 4, Psychology Club, 

Secretary 2, Dramatic Club 1, Senior Class Secretary, 

French Club Secretary 1. 

Committees — Senior Prom 1, Pep Rally 4, Social 

Committee, Secretary 1. 

Spring Queen 2. 

Commencement Usher 1. 

Who's Who Among Students in American Universities 

and Colleges. 



RAYMOND F. TREMLETT JR. 

"Ray" 

S.B. Business Administration 

40 Ballou Avenue, Dorchester, Mass. 

Future Aspirations — Sales. 




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THEODORE F. TUTTLE JR. 

"Ted" 

1050 Canton Avenue, Milton, Mass. 

A.B. English, History 

Common Expression — It's simply graaand! 
Future Aspirations — Episcopal Ministry. 
Activities — Choristers 2, 3, 4, Director 2, 3, French 
Club 2, 3, 4, President 2, Psychology Club 2, 3, 4, 
Band 4, Senior Class Vice-President 4, Dramatic Club 
3, Commencement Organist 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4. 
Committees — Senior Prom 2, 3, Class Gift 4. 
Who's Who Among Students in American Universities 
and Colleges. 



DANIEL BARNES WALKER 

"Dan" 

64 Dunstable Rd., N. Chelmsford, Mass. 

S.B. Business Administration 

Future Aspirations — Business Management. 

Activities — Intramurals 3, 4. 

Committees — Class Gift 4, Student Union 4. 




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ANTHONY F. WALSH 

"Tony*' 

1 1 Rockland Place, Maiden, Mass. 

S.B. Business Administration 

Future Aspirations — Marine Insurance Underwriter. 



PETER EDWARD WARREN 

"Pete" 
Old Lancaster County Road 

Harvard, Mass. 
S.B. Business Administration 

Common Expression - 

Future Aspirations 

Investment. 

Activities — Yearbook Staff 4 

Committees — Class Gift 4. 



Junie, don't ride the clutch! 
— Real Estate and Home 




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RICHARD LEE WELCH 

"Welchie" 

187 Florence Street, Brockton, Mass. 

S.B. Business Administration 

Common Expression — I'll never pass this exam! 
Future Aspirations — Personnel work. 
Activities — Choristers 4, Intramurals 3, 4. 
Committees — Chairman-Traffic 4, Dance 4. 



ROBERT D. CARTMILL 

"Bob" 

130 Wompatuck Road, Hingham, Mass. 

S.B. Secondary Education 

Future Aspirations — Teaching. 

Activities — Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, Debate 4. 



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Robert Berkowitz 





Edwin T. Drew 



Marilyn Dattelbaum 




Nancy Elgart 





Kenneth Kebart 



Stephen Josephson 



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Gloria Liberman 





Dorothy Peaker 



Robin Susan Patiky 





Mrs. Peter Warren 



Warren Sherman 



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Seated: Alice M alloy, Secretary; Guido D'Alessio, Treasurer. 
Standing: George Larson, Vice-president; David Weinstock, President. 



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Carole Coughlin 



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Peter Hardesty 



Clayton Johnson 



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Marjorie Lipkin 



Jack McGuire 



Paul MacLean 



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Robert Radding 



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Robert Rosbruck 




Robert Williams 





Dennis Spence 





Carole Strauss 



David Weinstock 



John M. Welby 



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Carl Joseph Conti 



Matthew D'Amato 



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Michael Fox 



69 




Robert Meek 



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Michael Reale 



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David Smith 




Jackie Zeeman 



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FRESHMEN 




John Abbracciamento 





Allan Birdy 



Michael Berkowitz 




Ellen Terry Abrams 



William Berman 



Barbara Berg 




Ellen Blacker 



Ronald Bordieri 



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Barry Blumenfield 





Joseph Bushel 



Arlene Cohen 




Robert Brucken 




Carl Chirico 



Claudia Bruce 




Ira Cohen 



Carole Dauman 



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Carol Derris 







Carol Edison 



Robert Bouchier 



Charles Dickison 



Louise Doughten 




Beth Family 



Leticia Ferrer 



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John Gawler 



Paul Gendel 



Robert Giresi 



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Thomas Hatfield 



Jeff Helzel 



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Victor Jabbour 



Arthur Katz 



Richard Indiveri 




Ira Kaufman 



Robert Kaye 



Edward Kleban 




Cecile Kramer 



Phyllis Kranz 



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Jeffrey Lee 



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Martin Liddy 



Robert Lockser 




Pedro Mendez 



Benjamin Mindich 



Vincent Meunier 



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William Myerburg 



John Nelson 



Nels Nelson 



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Stanley Shapiro 




Phyllis Portnoy 



Barry Resnick 




Bruce Nomberg 




Toby Presser 



Charles Okun 




Frank Ribaudo 



James Roach 



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Warren Rockwell 




Martin Rosenberg 



Suzanne Saperstone 



Michael Rosen 




Bernd Sachs 




Vivien Rosenshien 




James S. Savett 



Helen Shluzas 





Mark Schor 



Sue Sherb 





Wende Silverman 



Edy Schultz 




Ronald Simblist 



Susan Siegel 




Sandra Smith 



Ellen Sperber 



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Janice Spitz 




Bruce Steibel 




Linda Swartz 



Pobert Tarantino 



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ceed to the stage as the choir sings 
"God of Our Fathers." 




Richard Aves and Dave Oliphant, the 
two senior participants, followed by 
Dr. Miller and the Reverend Loring 
Francis Roberts, guest speaker, march 
during the Thanksgiving Convocation. 




David Oliphant reads the Governor's Thanksgiving Proclamation. 



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An Intermediate Spanish class is enlightened by 
words of wisdom from Dr. Zoltan Takacs. 



I wonder if Mozart started this way ! 

Dr. Sewall Potter explains the mysteries of the 
classical sonata. 




GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASS 

"Up on your toes now, girls, and one . . . two . . ." 



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'Let the scholars hear their names." . . . "Bauman?" 

Dr. Norborne Crowell instructs a class in the 
problems of International Politics. 





"I don't entirely agree with Mr. Freud. 

Dr. Robert Lumpkin applying psy- 
chology for a Freshman class. 



"Monsieur D'Amato, the passage may 
be translated more easily with the 
book right side up." 

Dr. Lester Pronger draws the best out 
of his students as he leads them through 
their translation of French. 




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"I don't care if Peyton Place is a piece 
of American literature." 

The finer points of American Litera- 
ture present no problem to the ex- 
perienced Dr. Barbara Morehead. 




How I wish I had cut class ! 

A student attempts to answer one of 
Dr. Donald Miller's searching ques- 
tions concerning the Philosophy of 
Education. 



"Only Abraham Lincoln could give a 
persuasive talk in three minutes." 

Dr. Herbert Rona instructs a class in 
the Fundamentals of Speech. 



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Mrs. Miller appears to be working very hard as usual. 



"This is the best specimen I've seen in a long time." 
Dr. Sanders, doing a bit of research between classes. 






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"Well, I believe your time is about 
up." 

Dr. McGrath appears as if he is 
momentarily caught off guard. 



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"And now from Washington ..." 




Dig that hairy Paramecium ! 



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In their free time students have the opportunity to utilize 
the rapidly growing facilities of the Binney Gunnison Library. 
Now located on the second floor of the academic building, the 
library affords a quiet place for study and research. 





"You never spent two hours in the library." 

Miss Barnard watches as a student signs 
the library check list. 



"I've just been digging around in the stacks, 
and I thought you might be interested." 

Miss Wilcox, head librarian, assisting some 
of the students in the Curry Library. 



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"What was that Williams?" 
Mr. Morey and his American Civilization class. 





"Let me impress upon you once 
again that assets are equal to lia- 
bilities plus proprietorship." 

Mr. McCarthy appears to be get- 
ting his point across to his Account- 
ing Class. 



"Now, when I was in Alaska ..." 
Dr. Quinn enlightening his students in Victorian Prose. 



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'Education is the best insurance in the world." 

Miss Georgia Barnard 

'Keep rolling and watch your manners." 

Dr. Norborne Crowell 



'Education is a lifelong activity. Keep at it always." 

'Lead a full, well-rounded life, but let nothing interfere with your 
college work; it is too important in developing your personality." 

Mr. Michael Donlan 

'Think for yourself." 

''Perhaps the most reliable index of maturity is the ability of an indi- 
vidual to postpone present gratifications in order to secure greater 
satisfactions in the future. If the college student keeps this con- 
stantly in mind, it may save many future regrets of wasted 
opportunities." 

Dr. Robert Lumpkin 

"Don't compete with others. Compete with yourself." 

Dr. Barbara Morehead 

"What a man does for himself dies with him. What he does for others 
lives on forever." 

Mr. David Morey 

"Life is too short to be little." (Disraeli) 

Dr. Lester Pronger 

"After you've found out who you are, always remember it." 

Dr. Seabury Quinn 

"Mens sana in corpore sano." A sound mind in a sound body. 

Dr. Zoltan Takacs 

"My mind to me a kingdom is." 

Miss Rosa Wilcox 



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Seated: (1. to r. ) Steve Landau, Ed Lyons, Matthew D'Amato. 
Standing: Bernard LaVigne, Dr. Potter, Robert Tarantino. 



BAND 

In its first year the Curry College Band, under the very capable baton of Dr. Sewell Potter, has made 
giant strides in providing spirit at the various school activities. 

Following the purchase of several new instruments the band made its first appearance at the Curry- 
Harvard Freshman Football Game. Then jumping from field to court they gave our basketball team 
the support which it so well deserved. 

Not to be confined to just athletic functions on the campus, and supplemented with a piano, the 
group went on to play at the Harvest Moon Dance. 

Though small in numbers the band has proved itself worthy of commendation and has paved the 
way for future musical aspirants at the college. 



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Waltz me around again Willie. 



Go man! Go! 




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CHORISTERS 




Dr. Potter. 

First Row: Rosalie Lavin, Suzanne Saperstone. Second Row: Roherta Robinson, Wendy Silverman, Joanne Robinson, 

Carole Strauss, Leticia Ferrer. Third Row: Robin Patiky, Ted Tuttle. 



CHORISTERS 

Started a number of years ago by a group of students, the Choristers has continued to gain interest 
among the student body. This year the group is indeed fortunate in having Dr. Sewell Potter for 
its director. 

The choristers began their season by participating in the Thanksgiving Convocation, and then 
augmented by the Senior Chorus added beauty to the candle light service at Christmas. 

That the main purpose of singing is enjoyment is well evidenced by those who have participated in 
the Choristers. 



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Alma Mater, tender mother. 



I'm playing. Why aren't you singing? 




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CHEERLEADERS 




First Row: (L. to R.) Carole Derris, Kathy Lewis, Marilyn Dattlebaum, Louise Tapper, Carol Samuelian, Jeanette 
Meyer, Ellen Sperber. Second Row: (L. to R.) Joanne Robinson, Nancy Elgart, Carol Kriss, Jackie Zeeman, Ellyn 
Appleman, Beverley Bronsdon, Edy Letterman, Sandy Smith. 



Organized support of teams by the student body is doubtless one of the best morale building factors. 
The students at Curry have been led in their enthusiasm this year by fifteen white sweatered, purple 
skirted young ladies who have endeavored to promote spiritedness for the athletic activities of 
the college. 

Thanks to all you girls for your whole hearted participation, and particularly Captain Louise Tapper 
and Co-Captain Carole Samuelian. 



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Come on Colonels, Let's Go ! 



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SENIOR 



STUDENT UNION 

Curry's Student Union Building was con- 
structed for the sole purpose of bringing 
boys and girls together in their spare 
time. In order to improve the social rela- 
tions among the students, and guaranty 
the well functioning of the building it 
was necessary to appoint a committee 
among the members of the Senior Class 
who had the task of establishing the rules 
and regulations to be followed while on 
the premises. 

Kneeling: (L. to R.) Regulo Moncada, 
Leo Cirincione. Standing: Frank Bauman. 
Don Buck, Buzzy Decter, Doug Taylor. 





CLASS GIFT 

For years it has been a custom 
of the graduating class to pre- 
sent the College a gift in token 
of its appreciation for the op- 
portunity of learning. Here 
conferring on the matter are: 
L. to R. Buzzy Decter, Richard 
Aves, Dan Walker, Chairman ; 
Leo Cirincione, Bob Mathers, 
and Bob Fink. 



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COMMITTEES 




HARVEST MOON DANCE 

L. to R. Richard Aves, Bernard 
LaVigne, Leo Cirincione, Louise 
Tapper, Don Buck, Carole Sam- 
uelian, Toni Longhi, and Bob Fink. 

These people organized and success- 
fully saw through to completion one 
of the best dances in Curry's history. 



PEP RALLY 

With full support of the students, 
the football team was given a tre- 
mendous send off by a Pep Rally 
promoted by this committee, a 
well organized group. It was not 
only a spectular event, but an 
incentive for the team to carry the 
Curry colors high, and bring spirit 
to the field. 

(L. to R.) Bob Mathers, Carole 
Samuelian, Doug Taylor, Louise 
Tapper, Bernie LaVigne. 




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CERCLE FRANCAIS 




Seated: (L. to R.) Suzanne Saperstone, Joanne Robinson, Roberta Robinson, Rosalie Lavin. Standing: Robert Vitale, 
Dr. Pronger, Susan Harris, William Acosta, Dennis Spence, Ted Turtle. 



LE CERCLE FRANCAIS 

Founded three years ago by Dr. Lester Pronger, the French Club has continued to gain interest 
among those members of the student body who are studying the language. Meeting once a week, the 
group has the opportunity to carry on in French free discussions concerning various current events, 
new books and plays, and the French people and country in general. 

The officers for the year 1959-60 are: Mile Susan Harris, La Presidente; M. Dennis Spence, Le Vice 
President; et Mile. Carole Strauss, La Secretaire. 

The group will also have the privilege of attending lectures at Harvard sponsored by the department 
of .modern languages, viewing French plays in the Boston area, and sampling the cuisine in one 
of Boston's numerous French restaurants. 

Bon appetit. 



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PSYCHOLOGY CLUB 




Seated: (L. to R.) Roberta Robinson, Carole Strauss, Carole Kriss, Joanne Robinson. Standing: William Myerberg, 
Suzanne Saperstone, Robert Vitale, Bob Fink, Dr. Lumpkin. 



PSYCHOLOGY CLUB 

Meeting every second Tuesday of each month, the Psychology Club welcomes any and all members 
of the student body who are interested in the field. 

With the added incentive of refreshments, Miss Carole Strauss, President, assisted by Miss Carole 
Kriss, Vice President, and Miss Roberta Robinson, Treasurer, calls her meetings, numbering 
approximately thirty in attendence, to order to discuss such current topics as Psychology in 
Advertising and its use of persuasive motives. 

The activities for the year will include visits to a children's hospital and a mental institution. Films 
will also be shown, and lectures will be given by some of the many leading psychologists in the Boston 
area. The advisor to the group is Dr. Robert C. Lumpkin. 



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SPANISH CLUB 




First row: (L. to R.) Bill Myerberg, Sandy Smith, Sue Seigel, Harry Carl. Second row: Ken Kebart, Marty Madow, 
Jim Savett, Alan Hallman, Linda Morse, Pedro Mendez, Robert Lockser, Roger Kelly, Dr. Zoltan Takacs. 
Third row: Marshall Pollack, Phil Meyer, Burt Hyman, Jeff Lee, Charles Okun, Larry Hite, Mike Kunen. 



THE SPANISH CLUB 

Under the auspices of the President of the College and under the guidance of the professor of 
Spanish, Dr. Zoltan Takacs, the Spanish Club came into life as a contribution to the multicolored 
cultural activities of our College. 

Its President is George Malagon, Vice-President Harry Carl and Secretary Jane Granstrom. The Club 
meets twice a month. Its main purpose consists in awakening and furthering the interest and 
knowledge of its members in Spanish and South American culture and in the characteristic features 
of these countries and their peoples. To this purpose lectures and discussions are held about various 
topics of common interest. The language used is the Spanish one, hence the students have ample 
opportunity to practice how to express themselves in this very important foreign language, and at 
the same time they get accustomed to hear current, spoken Spanish. Lectures were held about 
Argentina, Colombia, Venezuela and also films were shown about some of the countries mentioned. 
Records of Spanish and South American music are being played as a further contribution to the 
Club's program. 



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DEBATING 




Seated: Left to Right 
Jack McGuire. 



Barbara Halperin, Dr. Rona, Louise Tapper. Standing: Leonard Frank, Richard Welch, 



DEBATING 

Under the coaching of Dr. Herbert Rona, the debating club has resolved to bring forensic honor to 
Curry College. The Curry debaters have participated in regularly scheduled intra-mural and inter- 
collegiate debate. In past years the club has debated with many outstanding colleges and universities 
in New England, as for example: Dartmouth College, Yale, M.I.T. and Wellesley. This year, the 
debaters are looking forward to debates with other such colleges. 

The club meets every Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. This year's controversial topic is Resolved: 
"That Congress should have the power to reverse a decision of the Supreme Court." As a result of 
hours of screening, Dr. Rona has come up with two top notch squads both of which are equally 
proficient in both the affirmative and negative points of view. 



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"First, we must agree on a theme." 




"But, Dr. Rona, it distinctly says here 




"As my worthy opponent has just blundered . . ." 



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Front Row: (left to right) Herman Parco, David Oliphant, Ted Tuttle, David Spinner, Regulo Moncada. Back Row: 
Beth Family, Richard Aves, Tom Decter, Mike Rizzo, Carol Kriss, Bonnie Patiky, Robert Fink, Kathy Lewis. 



YEAR BOOK STAFF 

HERMAN A. PARCO 

Editor-in-Chief 

T. F. Tuttle, Jr Assistant Editor 

Regulo E. Moncada C Art Editor 

David Spinner Production Editor 

Beth Family Lay Out Editor 

John Holmes Copy Editor 

David Oliphant Business Manager 



Robert Fink 
Richard Aves 
Carole Kriss 



Dr. Donald W. Miller 
Faculty Advisor 

STAFF 

Robin Patiky 
Jerry Johnson 
Kathy Lewis 



Anthony Longhi 
Michael Rizzo 
Blossom Elerond 



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The 
Editors 



Our Noble Editors: Seated: Regulo Moncada, Art Editor; Beth 
Family, Layout Editor; John Holmes, Typing Editor. Standing: 
Herman Parco, Editor-in-Chief and Ted Tuttle, Assistant Editor. 



In every college and university there is usually one event which is considered by everyone to be the 
outstanding event of the year. It is certainly no different at Curry, but rather becomes a problem for 
the student to pick out the singularly most important event of the year. For some it may be the 
formation of Curry's first Football team, or the completion of the new Student Union. For those of 
us on the yearbook staff this production has been of paramount importance, and we hope that many 
others will also feel this way. 

The Curryer was first published in 1942, and needless to say the college has progressed greatly since 
that time. As a result of the enthusiasm of this year's Senior Class, Curry can again proudly display 
its yearbook. 

In reality, this undertaking proved to be an expensive and a time-consuming one, however, everyone 
has done his or her part. Beginning early in November to establish a mode of attack, we stumbled 
over our first obstacle; we were all woefully inexperienced. As it was the first time that Curry had 
attempted to publish a volume of this magnitude we had the problems of recruiting publishers and 
photographers. The first year for any major undertaking is usually the hardest; nevertheless we of the 
staff have enjoyed every minute of it. 

Probably the prime purpose of any year book is to hold the memories of one's alma mater which 
might otherwise be lost in oblivion. We of the Curryer staff sincerely hope that we have accomplished 
this end. 

The Editor 



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Ted Tuttle, Assistant Editor checking over a lay- 
out with the Layout Editor Beth Family. 




Herman Parco, Editor-in-Chief giving his 
approval on an art layout completed by 
Reggie Moncada, Art Editor. 




Typing Editor, John Holmes trying des- 
perately to reach his deadline. 



Production Editor, Dave Spinner is checking over 
some pictures to be used in the Year Book with 
Bonnie Patiky, Carol Kriss, and Bob Fink. 



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First row: Charles Kritzer, Kenny Beach, Joseph Muhlberg, Harry Carl, Carl Conti, Bob Fink, Bob Williams, Al 
Sampson. Second row: Eric Friedman, Maitland Eliot, John Nelson, Jim White, Buzzy Decter, Frank Bauman, Nels 
Nelson. Third row: Fred Mayer, George Low, Ray Arra, Jerry Johnson, Bruce Nomberg, Joe Shaugnessey, Bob 
Cunniff. Fourth row: Coach Morey, Chuck Foreman, Steve Williams, Norman Cogswell, Larry Quirk, Bob Tarantino, 
Arthur Katz. 



FOOTBALL 

During the summer months students read in many of the New England newspapers that Curry would 
field its first football team, and to this end had recruited Coach Dave Morey, former football star of 
Dartmouth College, and coach of a number of universities and colleges in the East. 

With the opening of college Mr. Vallely busied himself by keeping the equipment in order, and the 
students were greeted with a newly turfed field. 

The student body immediately took hold of the situation, propelled by the hope of victory, heralded 
the occasion with a pep rally in the lower field. They chartered buses for two hundred students and 
went to Hanover for the Dartmouth Freshman "B" game. Though the team was not successful 
score wise they showed great spirit and determination, like all Curry teams, and paved the way for 
future teams to come. 



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THE LINEUP 
A view of the Curry line on the Curry Field. 




You won't believe it, but he managed to get out of 
that mess. 



Curry at Harvard. 




"You're sure it's not a two headed coin?" 

51 of the Harvard Freshman "B" team 
seems to be interested in the outcome of 
the toss. 



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"For our next attempt ..." 

The team gets their signals straight prior to the 
Harvard Freshman "B" game. 




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"Gentlemen?" 



"I don't want to impose on your mental ability 
BUT ..." 



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Harry Carl on the Currv Field. 







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"I've lost it ! Who's got it?" 
There seems to be a mix up on Harvard's field. 




"Who let him loose?" 

A Harvard Freshman "B" player breaks through 
the Curry line at Harvard. 

FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 1959 

October 17 

Dartmouth College, Freshman "B" 

October 24 

Nichols College 

October 30 

Harvard College, Freshman "B" 

November 7 

U. S. Naval Station 



November 14 

Maine Maritime Academy 



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BASEBALL 




LEFT TO RIGHT . . . David Oliphant, Coach Jack Vallely, Mike Rizzo. 



BASEBALL 

As in the past, the "Colonels" are looking forward to raising the old rhubarb 
this season. Under the coaching of Jack Vallely, the baseball team can't help 
but have an outstanding season as they have had in the past. This year the 
rubber will be toed by our two outstanding pitchers, Dave Oliphant and 
Mike Rizzo, both seniors. Coach Vallely is anticipating a great season from 
these two veterans of the diamond, and as the team gets into shape, they 
will undoubtedly spell trouble for the opposition. Students will certainly 
have a great deal to look forward to, come spring, when yells of "I've got 
it" will be heard on the diamond once again. The hopefuls that are looking 
for the opportunity to break into the lineup will be under the watchful eye 
of Coach Vallely, and be developed in the best of Curry tradition. A word 
of advice: Watch this year's team; they're going to be great! 



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CURRY COLLEGE 
BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1959-1960 

December 2 

Lowell Technological Institute 
December 5 

University of Hartford 
December 8 

Providence-Barrington Bible College 
December 10 

St. Francis College 
January 9 

St. Francis College 
January 13 

Nichols College 
January 15 

Eastern Nazarene College 
January 19 

New Bedford Institute of Technology 




Kneeling: Joe Gattuso, Ira Kaufman, Al Bevilacqua, Paul McGilvray. 
Standing: Dick Johnson, Stan Smudin. 



The Currv College Varsity contingent for the 1959-1960 season began 
practicing for their tough 1 7 game schedule in mid-November. Under the 
coaching of Jack Vallely, the "Colonels", utilizing the year-old Miller Field 
House, spent long hours rehearsing stratagem to confound their opponents. 
As basketball is the oldest sport known to Curry, it is no wonder that the 



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January 23 

New England College 
January 30 

Husson College 
February 2 

Nasson College 
February 6 

Eastern Nazarene College 
February 9 

Bradford Durfee College of Technology 
February 13 

New England College 
February 20 

Providence-Barrington Bible College 
February 24 

Babson Institute of 

Business Administration 
February 27 

Nichols College 



Charles Underhill, Bob Kaye, Ted Muhlberg, Bob Rosbruck, Joe Capua. 
Tom Barbari, David Oliphant. 



student body enthusiastically awaited the coming of the first home game 
with the University of Hartford on Saturday, December 5. Though Hartford 
emerged victorious, the "Colonels" showed excellent spirit and drive. Not 
to be undone by this early defeat the team fought back in the remaining 
weeks of the season to cany home a fair number of victories for Curry. 



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Coach Jack Vallely, with three members 
of the team: Joe Capua, Dave Oliphant 
(captain) and Dick Johnson. 




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Dave Oliphant makes another beautiful 
shot at the basket. 



Ira Kaufman vies with Eastern Nazarene 
College man in the jump, while Dick John- 
son waits to claim the ball. 




The teams warm up, the referees polish 
their glasses, and away we go at the Miller 
Fieldhouse. 



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The poor guy doesn't have a chance. 



I'll bet he did. 




130 



INTRA-MURAL BASKETBALL 




"Just try it, and I'll hit you so hard.'" 

Looks like the seniors are determined 
to win this one. 



'Here. Let me give you a hand." 




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ORMITORY OFFICERS 



BOSTON HALL 



THE MAYFLOWER 




B. Fink, Proctor; R. Coudert, Director of Resi- 
dence; L. Cirincione, Proctor. 

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Proctors: G. Goldblatt, S. Landau, T. Barberi, Director of 
Residence D. Oliphant; President, M. D'Amato. 



"Anybody got a smoke" 




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135 




'What, me worry?" 





'I'm just a Devout Coward. 




"Lick your lips and smile." 



"It's Cheesecake, and no wisecracks." 



136 




"The quality of mercy must be strained. 



"And you say that you are on a diet?" 



137 



"He is not!" 

Several of the girls talking in the 
lounge at the Mayflower. 




"And see that he doesn't run out of gas." 
Carole Kriss signing out at the girl's dorm. 



The President's Lady is honored 
at the Harvest Moon Dance. 



138 




"Walden Pond certainly is beautiful 
this time of the year." 




'Take me to vour leader." 




T'was the night before finals, and . 




"I thought that bell would never ring. 



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"Careful, Don, it's Slippery out." 





It's not football. It must be the boy's Ballet Ensemble. 

A group of the boys roughing it up a bit playing 
touch football. 




"I'll never smile again." 
Rules are made to be broken. 




"I leave my date for two minutes, and she 
dances with someone else." 



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"Why don't you get up, Milton, and let the 
paying customers sit down." 

A few students enjoying a coffee break at 
the nearby Drug Store. 



'Boy was she nice.' 





Pssst! You're Off Key. 



'You were supposed to come down the chimney Santa.' 



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Summertime and the livin' is easy 



"Let 'em in . . . We're ready." 
The Cafeteria preparing for the rush. 





'Hey, we're in the big city. 



"Now you sit in front of me and WRITE BIG. 
Dick Welch discussing something important. 



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'You announce the first half Ken." 




"Have you got three friends? . . . You do?" 

Life in the girl's dorm has its pleasant 
moments. 



"I really dig these Beethoven Sonatas' 




Go to class or the Student Union? Decisions 
. . . Decisions ! 




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"The Army's got Elvis. Curry's got us." 




"Why did you trump my trick, partner?' 



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C_yut of the night that cover? thee 
tj \acK as the pit from pole to pole; 
| tricing whatever \^?oas mau be 
-| — or mLj unconquerable soul. 

| n the fel I clutch of circumstance 
| nave not wi need nor cried a loud ; 
[^J nder the bludgeoning of chance 
I | 4 head is bloodu, but unbowed. 

tjeijond this place of wrath and tears 

I ooms the horror of the shade, 

/-\nd Ljet the menace of the ijears 
f— inds, and shall find me, unafraid. 

|t matters not how straight the gate, 
| — |ow charged with punishment the so 
| , am the master of mq fate, 
| , am the captain of mij sou I . 

| homas -j — | enel lj 



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Thanks : 

A yearbook becomes a reality only after many people have given of 
their time, energy and experience to make it such. I should like to take 
this opportunity to thank all those who have contributed the same: 

Dr. and Mrs. Miller, for their aid and advice in planning this yearbook; 
Dave Oliphant, for his support in promoting the sales of this edition; 
Mr. Carl Ephram, photographer of Photo International for his profes- 
sional advice and assistance; Mr. George W. Perkins II for his assistance; 
Mr. Herrick A. Sederquist of Spaulding-Moss Company, our publishers; 
Dr. Morehead for her assistance in proof-reading; last, but not least, 
my devoted staff, in particular, my editors. Ted Tuttle, Assistant Editor 
who assisted me faithfully; Dave Spinner, Production Editor whose 
knowledge of type and layout proved invaluable; Art Editor, Reggie 
Moncada who worked very hard not only on art layouts, but also on 
other odd jobs which needed to be completed; Layout Editor, Beth 
Family for an excellent job, and Copy Editor, John Holmes for his help 
which was greatly needed. 

It would be impossible to include the names of everyone who helped 
directly or indirectly in the production of this book. Nevertheless, to all 
of those, I am greatly indebted. 



Thank you, 



Herman A. Parco 
Editor-in-Chief 



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SUBSCRIBERS 



A. 

Abbracciamento, John 
Abrams, Ellen 
Acosta, William 
Aimis, Paul 
Appleman, Ellyn 
Aves, Richard 

B. 

Bauman, Frank 
Berg, Barbara 
Berkowitz, Michael 
Berkowitz, Robert 
Berman, William 
Bernsley, Harvey 
Biolostock, Sandra 
Blacker, Ellie 
Blumenfeld, Barry 
Bordieri, Ronald 
Breault C. Milton 
Brener, Robert 
Brick, John 
Brucken, Robert 
Buck, Donald 
Burley, Gene 
Bushel, Joseph 



Cambell, Harry 
Capua, Joseph 
Caristi, Gerald 



Carl, Harry 
Carr, Richard 
Cartmill, Robert 
Chirico, Carl 
Cirincione, Leo 
Cohen, Arlene 
Conti, Carl 
Corscaden, Sis 
Coughlin, Carole 
Crowell, Dr. Norborne 

D. 

D'Amato, Mat 
Dauman, Carole 
Decter, Thomas 
Delorey, Lenny 
DeMilio, Maryann 
Deneen, Dennis 
Dickison, Charles 
DiMiceli, Joseph 
Donlan, Michael 
Doughten, Louise 



Edison, Carol 
Eisenberg, Marilyn 
Elgart, Nancy 
Elliott, Maitland 



Family, Beth 



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SUBSCRIBERS 



Farren, Geraldine 
Feldherr, Jerry 
Ferrer, Leticia 
Fink, Robert 
Foley, Maureen 
Fox, Michael 

G. 

Gaudard, Merritt 
Gawler, John 
Geffner, Elaine 
Gendel, Paul 
Goldblatt, Gary 
Goldberg, Elaine 
Gordon, Ruth 
Grandin, Grace 
Guzzo R. Thomas 

H. 

Halberstadter, Shirley 
Hallman, Al. 
Halperin, Barbara 
Hannigan, Judy 
Haralambides, Angie 
Hatfield, Thomas 
Hecht, Gene 
Heffernon, Larry 
Helzel, Jeff 
Holmes, John 
Huff, Ken 
Hyman, Burt 



I. 

Indiveri, Richard 

Interland, Wendy 

J- 

Jabbour, Victor 
Josephson, Steve 
Johnson, Jerry 
Johnson, Clayton 
Johnson, Richard 
Johnston, David H. 

K. 

Katz, Arthur 
Kaufman, Ira 
Kaye, Robert 
Kebart, Ken 
Kingsley, Barry 
Kleban, Edward 
Klein, Bette 
Kramer, Cecile 
Kranz, Phyllis 
Kraut, Larry 
Kriss, Carole 
Kushner, William 

L. 

Lalin, Terry 
Lally, Robert 
Landau, Steve 



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Langbort, Ruby 
Lanzaro, Douglas 
Lavin, Rosalie 
Lederman, Edith 
Lederman, Mark 
Lee, Jeff 
Levin, Harvey 
Lewis, Kathy 
Liberman, Gloria 
Liddy, Martin 
Lockser, Robert 
Longhi, Anthony 
Lowenstein, Hank 
Lyons, Edward 

M. 

Mandella, Margaret 
Marritz, Joan 
Massey, Saralynn 
Mathers, Robert 
Maxim, Lincoln 
McCauley, Bruce 
McGrath, Dr. Lawrence 
McGuire, Jack 
Meltzer, Mike 
Mendez, Pedro 
Molloy, Alice-Mary 
Moncada, Regulo 
Morse, Linda 
Mortimer, George 



Muhlberg, Ted 
Myerberg, William 

N. 

Namm, Susan 
Nelson, Janice 
Nelson, John 
Nicholson, Ken 
Nomberg, Bruce 

O. 

Okun, Charles 
Oliphant, David 

P. 

Pancotti, George 
Parco, Herman A. 
Patiky, Bonnie 
Patmalnee, Roy 
Peaker, Dottie 
Picariello, Anthony 
Pizzi, Richard 
Pollack, Marshall 
Pronger, Dr. Lester 

R. 

Radding, Robert 
Reale, Michael 
Resnick, Barry 
Ribaudo, Frank 
Rizzo, Mike 



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Roach, James 
Robinson, Roberta 
Rosbruck, Robert 
Rosen, Mike 
Rosenberger, Marty 
Rosenfield, Maury 
Rosenshein, Vivien 
Rossmann, Lynn 
Rudnick, Sara 

S. 

Saperstone, Susan 
Samuelian, Carole 
Saniuk, Thomas 
Savinoff, Elayne 
Schaub, Paul 
Schor, Mark 
Schtierman, Millie 
Schultz, Edy 
Sherb, Sue 
Siegel, Sue 
Silverman, Wende 
Skolnick, Ann 
Smith, David 
Smith, Sandra 
Spence, Dennis 
Sperber, Ellen 
Spinner, David 
Spitz, Janice 
Steinmetz, Lucy 
Stewart Bros. 



Stutzel, Bonnie 
Swartz, Linda 

T. 

Tapper, Louise 
Tarantino, Robert 
Twiraga, Lucy 
Tremlett, Raymond 
Tsimenis, Dottie 
Tuttle, Ted 

V. 

Vallely, Jack 
Vitale, Robert 
Vose, Beckie 

W. 

Walker, Danny 
Warren, Peter 
Weinstock, David 
Welch, Richard 
Wilcox, Miss Rosa 
Williams, Robert 
Williams, Steve 

Y. 

Yagoda, Stuart 



Zeeman, Jacqueline 



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Alma mater ! tender mother ! 
Clothed in beauty rare art thou, 
Old traditions cling about thee, 
New ideals crown thy brow ; 
And thine eyes are filled with visions, 
Truth and mercy meet in thee, 
Alma Mater ! tender mother ! 
Ah ! that we may worthy be ! 

Alma Mater ! tender mother ! 
Hear us pledge allegiance now ; 
Grant to us the vision splendid 
As we make this sacred vow, 
Fill our lives to overflowing, 
Free our hearts from craven fears. 
Alma mater ! tender mother ! 
Take the fruits of all our years ! 



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