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Eighty -fourth Edition 

Ptihlished by the Student Body 

of the University of Massachusetts 




THE 1953 INDEX 



In Dedication 




WILLIAM*! LAWSON MAC IIMER, L.H.D. 



There are only two or three people on 
the staff who can remember this campus 
without Dean Machmer. There is no one 
with a longer period of service. 

He came to us in 1911 almost directly 
from Franklin and Marshall where he had 
majored in languages, particularly Latin 
and Greek. On the foundation of this 
preparation he became an inspired and 
inspiring teacher of mathematics. Soon 
he was requisitioned as Dean, but 
throughout his many years of administra- 
tion he continued to meet at least one 
class of freshmen in the mathematics 
dustbin. He was a teacher of subject but 
more especially of students, a dean of 
regulations but more especially of person- 
nel. He is gratefully remembered by a 
host of former .students because of his 



patience and human insight, but it 
should be emphasized that he consistently 
helped to maintain scholastic and ethical 
standards which have made the Univer- 
sity of Massachusetts the pride of her 
alumni. For over forty years he labored 
with us and for us, virtually without va- 
cation, virtually without sick leave. His 
devotion to Alma Mater has been im- 
pressive. Moreover, since the creation of 
Academic Activities Board in 1916, he 
has been almost without interruption its 
chairman. Thus among the many honors 
conferred upon him perhaps none is giv- 
ing him greater satisfaction than this: 
that three times, once in the beginning, 
once in the middle and now at the close 
of his long career, his students have 
dedicated to him this Index. F.P.R. 



The University of Massachusetts 



The University of jMassachu- 
setts was founded under the pro- 
visions of the jNlorrill Land Grant 
Act of Congress of 186^2. This Act 
provided in each state for "the 
endowment for and maintenance 
of at least one college where the 
leading object shall be, without 
excluding other scientific and class- 
ical studies and including military 
tactics, to teach such branches of 
learning as are related to agri- 
culture and the mechanic arts. . . 
in order to promote the liberal and 
practical education of the industri- 
al classes in the several pursuits 
and professions of life." 

Massachusetts accepted the pro- 
visions of the Morrill Act in 1863 
by founding the new college at 
Amherst to be known as "Massa- 
chusetts Agricultural College." 
Chapter 15 of the General Laws of 
the Commonwealth states that 
"the leading object of the College 
shall be to teach subjects relating 
to agriculture and the mechanic 
arts so as to promote liberal and 
practical education. Its curricu- 
lum may include other scientific 
and classical studies and shall in- 
clude military tactics." 
. The Trustees of Massachusetts 
Agricultural College were incor- 
porated in 1863, and the officers 
were appointed in that year. It 
was not until October 2, 1867, 
however, that the College was 



formally opened to students. At 
that time there were four teachers 
on the campus and four wooden 
buildings. The enrollment in- 
creased during the first term and 
by Deceml)er, 1867. forty-seven 
students had been accepted. From 
this modest beginning the College 
has grown steadily, both in num- 
ber of students and scope . of its 
work. In April, 1931, the name of 
the institution was formally 
changed by legislative enactment 
to Massachusetts State College. 
In 1939, the Trustees voted to 
award the A.B. degree as well as 
the B.S., which previously had 
been the only undergraduate de- 
gree of the College. In May, 1947, 
the College became the University 
of Massachusetts. 

The University of Massachusetts 
now serves the Commonwealth in 
the three important fields of resi- 
dent instruction, research, and ex- 
tension. Since all three services are 
organized on the campus, students 
have the advantages that come 
from contact with persons carrying 
education to the state at large, 
with others conducting original 
investigations, as well as with 
those C'ugaged in formal instruc- 
tion. 

The L^niversity ofters four-year 
undergraduate instruction leading 
to the following degrees: Bachelor 
of Science, Bachelor of Arts, Bach- 



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elor of Science in Agricultural. 
Civil, Electrical, and ^Mechanical 
Engineering, Bachelor of Business 
Administration and Bachelor of 
Vocational Agriculture. 

This instruction is assigned to 
the College of Arts and Sciences, 
the School of Agriculture and 
Horticulture, Business Adminis- 
tration, Engineering, Home Eco- 
nomics, and to the Division of 
Physical Education. 

The aim of the four-year course 
is to give as high a degree of pro- 
ficiency in some particular branch 
of learning as is possible without 
sacrificing the breadth, knowledge, 
and training which should char- 
acterize a well-rounded college ed- 
ucation. 

Courses leading to advanced 
degrees are available in the Grad- 
uate School. Majors leading to the 
Master of Science or Doctor of 
Philosophy degree may be taken 
in the following fields: Agronomy. 
Bacteriology, Botany, Chemistry, 
Economics, Psychology, Entomol- 
ogy, and Food Science. 

In addition, the following de- 
partments offer major work lead- 
ing to a Master of Science degree 
only: Agricultural Economics and 
Farm Management, Animal Hus- 
bandry, Business Administration, 
Dairy Industry, Education, En- 
gineering, Floriculture, Geology 
and Mineralogy, Home Econom- 
ics, Mathematics, Olericulture, 
Physical Education (Men), Pom- 



ology, Poultry Science, Psychol- 
ogy, Wildlife INIanagement, and 
Zoology. 

Students may enroll as candi- 
dates for the degree of Master of 
Arts in the following fields: Eco- 
nomics, English, History, Philos- 
ophy, and Sociology, and Ro- 
mance Languages. 

The Stockbridge School of Ag- 
riculture was organized at the 
University in 1918 under the name 
of "The Two Year Course in Prac- 
tical Agriculture." Its purpose was 
to meet the demand for shorter 
courses in agriculture which might 
be taken by high school graduates 
who were unable to take the four- 
year college course. In 1928 the 
School was given its present name 
in honor of Levi Stockbridge, the 
first professor of agriculture at the 
LTni versify and its fifth president. 
This program trains men and 
women primarily for the practice 
of farming or associated agricultur- 
al industries. As the two-year pro- 
gram is now organized a student 
may choose any one of eleven vo- 
cational courses, and a diploma is 
awarded for satisfactory comple- 
tion of any two-year course. 

The University of Massachu- 
setts provides research and regula- 
tory services in the fields of Ag- 
riculture and Horticulture through 
its Experiment Stations. A fund 
of scientific knowledge has been 
accumulated and research workers 
carry on constant experimentation. 



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YEAR IN REVIEW 





MASSACHUSETTS . . . 




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APRIL 

Today, our futures hinge criti- 
cally on the outcome of world and 
national events. A review of stu- 
dent life which fails to recognize 
this fact would lack both awareness 
and maturity. 

International tensions, efforts to 
maintain stability, and prepara- 
tions to meet new aggressions have 
made this a year of confusion and 
uncertainty. The national govern- 
ment discovered that its position 




as leader of the western nations 
was often merely a thankless and 
uneasy honor. Criticism was abun- 
dant, both at home and from 
abroad. 

Yet pessimism was by no means 
universal ; there were developments 
which inspired hope in many. The 
Schuman Plan offered economic 
integration of Western Europe as 
a practical supplement to the 
NATO military alliance. The very 
fact of the plan's inching progress, 
in defiance of the frequent crises 
that threatened to destroy it, 
encouraged those who put little 
trust in easy solutions to ancient 
problems. 

In the background, striving to 
calm the excited swell of events in 
the midst of contradictory predic- 
tions of immediate war and peace- 
ful coexistence, the voice of tlie 
United Nations was to be heard 
but faintly. At the present mo- 
ment, neither the Korean War nor 
the Anglo-Iranian dispute has been 
reasoned away, but many who 
have termed themselves realistic 
still feel that bitter talk is a more 
acceptable alternative than ex- 
panded warfare. 

But the most overpowering 
event of the year was undoubtedly 
the presidential election. The 
heated party debates at the na- 
tional level were reflected on cam- 
pus by the antics of irate partisans; 
friendships were strained as ele- 
ments of reason, emotion, and in- 
herited prejudice mingled to shat- 



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ter all attempts to maintain calm 
poise and objectivity: the political 
liutton ("I Go Pogo") came into 
fashion, and favorite pin-ups gave 
way for massive posters. 

In the meantime, governmental 
attempts to meet the prospects of 
a sustained policy of preparedness 
had their effects on student life 
here at Amherst. Individual stu- 
dent awareness varied from con- 
cern to indifference; personal ad- 
justment to the uncertain times 
ranged from steady application — 
the so-called grind — to an all- 
absorbing preoccupation with hav- 
ing a good time. 

Whatever the particular bent 
of the individual student's mind, 
University life continued along 
traditional lines. The library was 
still the campus social center, 
"grassing" maintained its claim 



Rickety Rickshaw 




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as number one extra-curricular 
activity, the engineers continued 
to tramp through mud in the hin- 
terhinds — it was Spring in Am- 
herst. 

The University, in recognition 
of altered times, welcomed foreign 
students from eastern colleges to 
an International ^Yeekend. The 
theme of the conference posed this 
very pertinent question: "Can 
Democracy Satisfy the Needs of 
the World' Today?" 

Meanwhile, the Greeks under- 
took the imposing task of enter- 
taining the entire student bodj' 

Enter Her Royal Majesty 



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Snap, Oackle Pop! 

during Greek Week. The program 
began on a melodious note with the 
interfraternity sings, followed the 
next evening by intersorority song 
and declamation. Next, the un- 
predictable fraternity skits un- 
furled a program which ranged 
from low comedy to depictions of 
social injustice. There were laugh- 
ing faces and a few blank ones, 
appreciative applause broken by 
enigmatic snickers, and moments 
of silence. The tension of the 
week's work was finally relieved at 
the Greek Ball where Freddy Dole 
reigned as Queen Helen. 

The traditional "mass grass" 
event. Spring Day, was on trial 
as a result of past incidents of 
bacchanalianism. The beer bottle 
faced stiff competition from a 
lively program: the event's con- 
tinuance was assured. 



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spring . . , and the Greeks 





MAY 

Strange stirrings were abroad in 
May. A simplified version of the 
treasure hunt but on a mass scale 
swept the campuses of the nation. 
Psychologists puzzled, college ad- 
ministrations worried, and the peo- 
ple of the nation in general won- 
dered about the new fad — panty 
raids. The male population of the 
University responded with en- 
thusiasm. Warm weather stimu- 
lated outdoor "studying" on the 
"Libe" lawn, and entering build- 
ings for classes demanded thor- 
oughly subdued wills. 

In other respects, May activi- 
ties were more sedate. At an im- 
pressive evening ceremony, new 
members of Isogon and the Scrolls 
were tapped. Dressed in caps and 
gowns, candles flickering, the jun- 



■Yourautogra|>li. Mr 



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ior and senior women solemnly 
filed down to College Pond to con- 
clude the processional by setting 
the candles adrift. 

Once again, many parents took 
advantage of Parents' Weekend to 
become better acquainted with the 
University. The more notable 
events of a full schedule were the 
Dairy Industry Show, intricate 
water patterns by the Naiads, and 
the well-received Roister Doister 
play, "Eastward in Eden." 

Student approval of campus 
publications was expressed by the 
referendum vote to increase the 
students' tax for the Collegian. 
Handbook, and Ixdex. 

Mardi Gras livened the Cage 
and expressed its international 
theme by such devices as rickshaw 
rides by attractive coolies from 
Butterfield. Pretty Carol Hartley, 
with international agreement, was 



chosen Queen of the Mardi Gras. 

Shouts of incredulous delight 
proclaimed the Faculty Frantics 
a hilarious success. The dramatic 
skit (with a vengeance), "John 
Crabapple's Hour of Darkest Per- 
il," reduced sober students to near 
hysteria. Familiar profs, in dis- 
guise, resorted to drastic means to 
convince the skeptical that teach- 
ers are indeed human. 

Bowker Auditorium was filled — 
a rare sight — on two occasions : 
first, in tribute to Robert Frost, 
who had come to read his poetry 
and gently give advice; next, at the 
Senior Convocation of the class of 
'o'-i, to hear senior Richard Lettis, 
in a speech on "Our University at 
the Crossroads," stress the critical 
need for undertaking a forceful 
program of improvement if we 
were to live up to our name of 
Universitv. 




May Memories 





: the Crossroads 



JUNE 

The June exodus left the campus 
virtually deserted except for the 
departing seniors and a few under- 
classmen of a curious or senti- 
mental nature. The full implica- 
tion of graduation was unmistak- 
ably apparent. A favorite tree- 
arched pathway, the rolling ex- 
panse of lawn, glimmering reflec- 
tions from College Pond — all 
came into sudden focus, sharpened 
by the impending sense of loss. 
Chapel chimes vibrated with an 
inner intensity that was almost 
painful. In the few days that re- 
mained seniors gathered together 
to officially conclude their uni- 
versity experience. 

The Soph-Senior Hop, spon- 
sored by the sophomore class, 
brought a momentary change of 
scene from Amherst to Hadley, 
where, at American Legion Hall, 




an innovation was introduced — 
the presentation of awards to the 
Man and Woman of the Year. 
Seniors Robert Kroeck and Bar- 
bara Flaherty were chosen in re- 
cognition of their achievement and 
their service to the University. 

An overcast day which threat- 
ened rain seemed Ukely to post- 
pone the Class Day program. For- 
tunately, the rain held off. The 
Hatchet Orations dominated the 
program as well as the interest of 
the audience. The Indian skit be- 



■'Some Enchanted E' 





gan in the traditional manner — 
one Indian defending the Univer- 
sity, the second tearing it apart — 
but the antagonists soon joined 
forces and a fast moving satire re- 
sulted. Antiquated and inade- 
quate University buildings, and 
the accumulated general griev- 
ances of four years provided the 
source material for a humorous 
and penetrating appraisal. 

This farce represented the final 
expression of the year-long con- 
cern that seniors had shown for 



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the future of the University. 
The extensive probing found its 
most effective expression in the 
editorial columns of the Collegian. 
The discouraging expedient that 
former staffs had been forced to 
adopt — offering a carton of ci- 
garettes to letter writers — was no 
longer necessary as letters to the 
editor overflowed to page two in 
response to the issues raised. 

The more prominent problems 
exposed were the near ridiculous 
inadeciuacy of library facilities, the 
pressing need for a new Liberal 
Arts building as well as a Student 
Union building, the difficulty of 
retaining good teachers and at- 
tracting good stvidents, and the ex- 
plosive question of student re- 
sponsibility. Now the main burden 
of this program was being trans- 
ferred to the shovdders of the un- 
derclassmen as seniors prepared 
for the graduation exercises. 

A persistent rain frustrated the 
plans for an outdoor ceremony on 
the library lawn, and the indoor 
closeness of the Cage had to be sub- 
stituted — to the disappointment 
of parents and friends as well as 
the University sciuirrel population. 

Tired seniors were awakened 
with a start by the disturbingly 
realistic message of the guest speak- 
er, Mr. Norman Cousins. With 
harsh vividness, he reminded the 
seniors of the horrors of the Korean 
War, and warned that the future 
called for awareness and fortitude. 
An end, a beginning — a college 
year was finished. 



An end, a beginning— a college year finished 





SEPTEMBER 

The University's new year began 
rather uniquely — upperclassmen 
were welcomed to the campus by 
the freshman class. The new orien- 
tation program was responsible for 
the early arrival of the frosh, but 
tradition, aided by sophomore zeal, 
dictated their appearance: beanies, 
bibs, and stoic expressions. 

Other changes were equally ajD- 
parent. The campus lost some of 
its famed bucolic appearance by 
the conversion of the hayfields into 
trim lawns. Construction on the 
new dining hall and the two girls' 
dormitories was well advanced, 
while Baker Hall was open for oc- 
cupancy. Subsequent student agi- 
tation for mountain-climbing cred- 
its met an vmsympathetic refusal. 

The innvunerable ditches and 
holes, daily multiplying all over 



Saturday date at eight A.M. 




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the campus, looked more like the 
sears on a miniature battlefield 
than the prosaic preparations for 
a more intricate piping system. 

That controversial and much- 
abused personage, Mettawampe, 
was still at large and his where- 
abouts strangely unknown. But 
tentative conjecture was stifled by 
the absorption of registration. Sen- 
iors and juniors went about the 
business seemingly assm-ed; soph- 
omores, conscious of their new 
standing, affected nonchalance. . . 
determined not to be mistaken for 
freshmen ; and the f rosh themselves, 
slightly awed, apparently excited, 
and greatly confused, unknowingly 
provided the center of attention. 

All previous enrollment records 
were surpassed by a student body 
which totaled 3'210; the freshman 
class reached the new high of 1050 




First visit by the First Lady 




■'AUons enl'ants. 



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members; and the largest female 
enrollment in our history In-ought 
the man-woman ratio down to 2-1 
— and intensified speculation. 

Officially, the University year 
commenced with the Convocation 
ceremony in the Cage. The guest 
speaker, Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, 
acknowledged at the outset of her 
talk that security was not for oiu- 
generation, but she expressed her 
faith in the United Nations and its 
mission of fostering international 
unity. Although many iii the audi- 



ence found it difficult to share her 
faith, some felt that there was still 
justification for hope. 

Routine quickly set in during 
the remaining days of September. 
Somehow the long book lines did 
not seem quite as formidable as in 
years past, but C-Store cofl^ee still 
defied description, and the first 
all-campus dance was the same 
crowded and jogging affair. The 
month ended with a flare-up of the 
vexing problem of an acceptable 
liciuor policy for the fraternities. 



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Registration, convocation , . . a new year begins 





■On 111, «,oo.l Sriip Lollypop" 

OCTOBER 

Vivid slashes of yellow and 
orange, the snap of brittle leaves 
underfoot, autumn asserting its 
presence by an elvisive sharpness 
borne on the gently lingering breeze 
— when but in October does a tree 
possess the majesty to jolt us from 
our self -imprisoning concerns? 

As if to join nature in her exu- 
berance, the student body plunged 
frantically into elaborate prepara- 
tions for the annual Homecoming 
Parade. Eerie flickering torches, 
blaring horns, and hoarse voices 
accompanied the twenty-five floats 
through the Amherst streets. Theta 
Chi and Thatcher won top honors 
among floats that left the local 



"Where's Charlie?' 




citizenry agog. Then on to the 
near hysteria of the rally at the 
Cage and the devious proddings of 
the inimitable pair. Shelly Saltman 
and Frank Donovan. The enthusi- 
asm of the cheerleaders lent plausi- 
bility to the evoked feeling that 
no one could possibly beat our 
football team! Finally, music and 



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relaxation at the commuter-spon- 
sored Goblin's Frolic. 

But October was also a time of 
more serious considerations. Stu- 
dents elected new senators and 
their respective class officers, fra- 
ternity rushing commenced with 
Round Robins, and a sample cam- 
pus poll taken by the Collegian 
revealed Eisenhower leading Ste- 
venson by more than '2 to 1. The 
presidential contest, daily more 
acrimonious, began to sound like 
a "souped-up" historical debate: 
Lincoln, Hoover, the bread lines 
— ad infinitum. Students momen- 
tarily disregarded more time-worn 
topics as political talk dominated 
the conversation — in strange places 
and at even more singular hours. 

Mt. Toby enthusiasts launched 
another workday and picnic, while 
the new campus service fraternity, 




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How's the water? 



Alpha Phi Omega, quietly went 
about constructing a bridge across 
Roaring Stream. The Campus 
Chest Drive commenced, and the 
Concert Association presented the 



And away we s*> 






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The Spirit of '52 



first concert of the year, the Co- 
lumbus Boychoir. 

In a more solemn mood — in a 
manner more expressive than 
words — students indicated their 
sorrow for the untimely death of a 
classmate by dedicating the Blood 
Drive to the memory of Carole 
Anderson '53. 

Faint rumblings issued from 
Goodell where the new librarian, 
Hugh INIontgomery, was busily 



engaged in improving lighting and 
seating facilities while instituting 
an orientation program. Moreover, 
the good will of the student addicts 
was won by the legalization of 
smoking in the lobby. 

Thirty-one campus beauties 
(slightly apprehensive) were "pre- 
sented" to the ROTC units (highly 
appreciative) at Bowker Auditori- 
um in the preliminaries for the 
title of Honorarv Colonel. 



We reach October . , . 





I of the Flowers 



NOVEMBER 

In many respects November 
seemed a mere hangover from 
October, a transitional period be- 
tween the exit of Autumn and 
Nature's preparation for her stren- 
uous winter exertions. Much of 
student activity seemed in tempor- 
ary suspension, a state of pause in 
anticipation of winter sports, 
^leanwhile. students unconsciously 
subjected themselves to routine 
until vacation provided physical 
escape. The luxury of reverie, too 
often disturbed by inopportune 
exams and taxing research papers, 
but happily recaptured with the 
aid of a few brews, mellowed many 
and made life bearable. 

November also witnessed a pe- 
riod of crisis and inner tvu-moil for 
many students, especially the fresh- 
men. The necessity for rapid ad- 
justment, the impersonal nature 
of things which put the emphasis 




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on individual vesom-ces, the seem- 
ingly endless scramble and the 
disconcerting failures, all height- 
ened the feeling of futility and 
overshadowed the accomplish- 
ments. Perhaps it was because the 
real_gains were seldom seen and 
were difficult to weigh and measure. 

At this point, the upperclass- 
men's hollow reassurance that the 
difficulties would work themselves 
out always seemed so meaningless, 
perhaps because the process of 
maturing was so difficult to ex- 
plain. It was an experience that 
all of us had gone through, and all 
knew that the purging was essen- 
tial, the adjustment worthwhile, 
and the new inner discipline the 
basis of a more substantial devel- 
opment . 

In a somewhat similar but en- 
larged vein the national govern- 
ment vmderwent its own crisis. A 
new administration was elected, 
the Republican Party was in pow- 




'U.M., Fight, Fight!' 



npus Varieties, "2,000 A.D.' 




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Ike Won — We Lost 



er, and Dwight D. Eisenhower 
faced the imposing task of turning 
his spirit of decisiveness and in- 
tegrity into concrete reaUty. By 
many the bitter words and the 
disappointment of defeat had to be 
set aside; the uncertainties of 
today and tomorrow were much 
too pressing to allow indulgence in 
apprehensive, partisan loyalty. 

The illusion of a "brave new 
world" seemed to some for the 
moment irreparably shattered, but 
was there not still hope, through 
individual effort, for this battered, 
old relic of ours? 

Apart from these considerations, 
the 40th Annual Horticultural 
Show blossomed forth with a pleas- 
ing contrast of sleek modern garden 



portrayals and nostalgic touches of 
rusticity. Weeks of hard work by 
students were rewarded by the 
evident appreciation of the spec- 
tators, many of whom had trav- 
elled long distances to see the dis- 
plays. Chosen Queen of the Flowers, 
Shirley Stevens embellished the 
blooms with an added lustre. 

Student life was treated to an- 
other welcomed diversion by the 
Campus Varieties "2000 A.D." 
Written and directed by Wilbur t 
Richter '53 (an accomplished actor 
in his own right) this musical 
satire presented a mocking survey 
of the present and then joked its 
way into the future with the en- 
thusiastic encouragement of its 
audience. 



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Highlights of November . . . Flowers, Varieties 




DECEMBER 




For many, Dean's Saturday was 
probably the most thought-about 
day of December. The particular 
state of mind of the students as 
they anticipated this unfortunate 
day of mental torture depended 
upon many factors — things left 
undone taking undue prominence. 
No other event better illustrated 
the variety of approaches among 
students to university life. Those 
of a more apprehensive frame of 
mind had spent long hours in a 
sustained studying effort in order 
to enjoy this day with clear and 
untroubled minds, while others 
philosophically gambled on suffer- 
ing through one day of acute 
anxiety in exchange for many 




"Sitting Pretty" 



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<Ioiiju:ralulations! 




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luxurious days of uutrouble<l lei- 
siu"e. 

The more fortunate freshman 
girls (those with the coveted 70 
a^•erage) were rewarded for their 
efforts with permission to leave the 
"cloisters" in the evening. Now 
they were on their own in this cold, 
cruel world and might participate 
in the night life at the lil)rary 
(giggling allowed), and might quatf 
their coffee with a cigarette chaser 
at Durant's. Could this he the end 
of high-school days? 

The tone of the month changed 
abruptly as students and assorted 
stragglers listened to the strains of 
the Rochester Philharmonic Or- 
chestra and watched its highly 
responsive conductor, Erich Leins- 
dorf. And as if to make the month 




ate party at Phi Delt 





Christmas Vesper 



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artistically complete, the Roister 
Doisters presented "The Silver 
Whistle." Many fine individual 
performances and the generally 
polished presentation provided an 
enjoyable evening's entertainment. 
At the annual All Sports Ban- 
quet the University recognized its 
most prominent athletes. Awards 
were presented to George Rowland 
and Noel Reebenacker for their 
outstanding play in football, to 



Steve Lapton in soccer, and to 
Harry Aldrich in cross country. 

Then it was spit and polish as 
ROTC cadets "shaped-up" for the 
Military Ball, the first formal 
dance of the year. A slow, shuffling 
cadence was provided by Ray 
McKinley. and Honorary Colo- 
nel Sue INIoynahan took over the 
command. Could this be the mili- 
tary life of which we had heard so 
much ? 



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December Melodies 




JANUARY 

Campus events during the 
month of January seemed ahnost 
as indecisive as the weather, Per- 
plexed students vainly attempted 
to predict the day's temperature 
by peering out of their windows in 
the early morning. The more for- 
tunate students (those who had 
clean windows and were capable of 
seeing through them in the morn- 
ing hours) soon realized the futility 
of their efforts. It was exasperating 
to wear heavy clothes in the warm 
afternoons, and yet with a light 
outfit one ran the risk of being 
blown away by the cross-campus 
wind. Skating enthusiasts seized 
scattered opportunities to skate on 
College Pond, and despite the 
wondering glances of their less 
vigorous brethren they seemed to 
be enjoying a great time. 




This was also the time for the 
frosh to make the big decision 
regarding fraternities. Pledge 
Chapel, when choice and election 
were made, was met and passed. 
Dramatizing this event was the re- 
kindled controversy concerning the 
problems of limited space at fra- 
ternity dances and the existing 
rule governing mixed weekend 
meals. The difficulty centered, 
once again, around the basic prob- 
lem of student self-responsibility. 
The Student Life Committee re- 
vealed its conservative position by 




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"Tin- let-man Coniotli" 



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objecting to darkened dance floors 
and its insistence that chaperones 
be present at mixed weekend 
meals. 

A rather violent reaction to this 
view was voiced in the editorial 
cohnnn of the Collegian. The exist- 
ing rules were interpi-eted as an 
affront to student integrity, and 
the alternate plan of opening all 
rooms to the girls at the fraternity 
dances was suggested. Intei'ested 
observers of the controversy were 
puzzled by the extreme stands of 
both parties, but following the 




traditional campus fashion, most 
of them remained silent. It looked 
as if the status quo would be pre- 
served intact. 

The Baker Snack Bar, after 
several false starts and hesita- 
tions, was finally opened — coeds 
allowed. Valley dwellers speculated 
on whether the mountain air 
would improve the quality of 
campus coffee. At the older and 
more aristocratic social center, the 
"Libe," a moving program was 
underway in an attempt to pro- 
vide space for the annual addition 
of 10,000 books. To the initiated 
(and somewhat cynical) this 
seemed a terrible waste of energy, 
since helpful students have tradi- 
tionally taken care of this problem 
by thoughtfully relieving the li- 
brary of its books. Meanwhile, 
nature lovers breathlessly fol- 
lowed the progress of a proposed 
bill to set up a School of Fisheries 



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at the University: to provide fit 
company for the neglected cow 
and chicken population. 

In the midst of the reawakened 
speculation concerning flying sau- 
cers that swept the nation, D wight 
D. Eisenhower was inaugurated as 
the 34th President of the United 
States. The nations of the world 
awaited the new President's policy 
and approach to the pressing world 
problems. At the same time, an 
insight into the complexities that 
face the government in only one 
sphere of activity, European unity, 



was afforded those who heard Dr. 
Karl Lowenstein lecture on "Amer- 
ican Policy in Europe." 

Student concern with national 
affairs was temporarily suspended 
as the more immediate problem of 
final exams darkened the horizon. 
The "lost week" of the university 
year was again the mad scramble 
of cramming, drawn-out yawns, 
frequent and furtive escapes to the 
"flicks," a few brews (What did I 
take that covu-se for anyway?), and 
finally vacation and sleep . . . oh, 
blessed sleep. 




^'Campus Events . . . indecisive as the weather'^ 





Perhaps even more crucial than 
the threat to the University's 
long-range expansion program was 
the realization that this action 
might mean further delay in the 
construction of several essential 
liuilding's. The Student Senate, in 
an effort to clarify the implica- 
tions of the proposed cut for the 
future of the University, voted to 
have a committee investigate the 
entire matter. The committee's 
first action was to invite President 
Xan Meter to speak before the 
Student Senate. 

Meanwhile, another issue invol- 
ving University expansion — the 
proposal to erect a state-supported 



A MUST for til 



FEBRUARY 

The most significant develop- 
ment during the month of Febru- 
ary was undoubtedly the an- 
nouncement that Governor Herter 
had proposed a substantial cut in 
the University's operating budget. 
This disclosure deeply disturbed 
students who were aware of the 
inadequacy of the existing physical 
plant to accommodate the present 
student enrollment. ^loreover, as 
President Van Meter pointed out 
to the House Ways and Means 
Committee, the cut would proba- 
bly necessitate the firing of eigh- 
teen temporary instructors at a 
time when increased enrollments 
at the University were expected. 




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medical and dental school — was 
under discussion throughout the 
state. In this case, the issues were 
less clean-cut. and confusion was 
heightened by conflicting reports 
on the plan's progress. Many stu- 
dents were unable to decide wheth- 
er the plans were in the final or the 
initial stage. Legislative disagree- 
ment on the actual need for the 
new school and the controversy 
concerning its location seemed to 
indicate that nothing would be 
done for some time. 

A pleasant diversion from these 
concerns was afforded students by 
one of the most popular concerts 
of the year, the Boston Pops Or- 
chestra under the direction of 
Arthur Fiedler. This event was 
followed bv another touch of seri- 




Water wheel 




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ousness when Dr. Jean Paul Math- 
er, the new provost of the Univer- 
sity, emphasized the search for 
vahies in his talk on "Education 
in a Free Society." 

Socially, the month was domin- 
ated by Winter Carnival activi- 
ties. Crowned Queen of the Week's 
festivities at the Coronation Cere- 
mony conducted in front of Me- 
morial Hall was Jane Rex. This 
was followed by a Float Parade 
(and cold feet) through Amherst. 
After the parade, student partici- 
pants thawed out to the music of a 
Chorale concert at Bowker Audi- 
torium, while at the Cage the 
Springfield Gymnasts dramatically 
proved that spinach was indeed a 
stimulating vegetable. The Snow- 
flake Ball, held again at the Cage, 
featured the music of EUiot Law- 
rence and was the highlight of the 
Week. Some of the other activities 
included skating, inforiBal dances, 
a Naiad exhibition, a jazz con- 
cert, and finally "Shelley's Spec- 
tacle." The only flaw in the Snow 
Week program was the lack of 
snow which eft'ectively prevented 
the construction of the popular 
snow sculptures. 

In the inter-class play competi- 
tion the Junior Class Actors won 
first place honors with their pre- 
sentation of Suppressed Desires. 
The Senior Class was second with 
Tony Sat on a Wall, an original 
play written (in the early hours of 
inany a sleepless night) by Abe 
Newman and Mario Bruni. 



February Festivities 




MARCH 




•The Vasulioml King- 



iSIarch marks the end of the 
Index review of the year. Al- 
though in many respects a time of 
international turbulence, national 
uncertainty, and student con- 
fusion, this year has also been 
familiar to students in its tradi- 
tional occurrences. Students con- 
tinued to overcut and received the 
inevitable "invite" from the 
Dean's Office, the rallies and float 
parades were as exuberant and 
hazing as controversial as ever, 
the parties and bull sessions . . . oc- 
casionally broken by a provoking 
lecture. . .cramming. . .Draper 
hash and C-Store coffee. . .elusive 
WMl A. . neglected Cage work- 
outs. . .the "busy" women's dorm 
phone . . . bewildered frosh . . . the 
Rope Pull. . .thrashing in College 
Pond . . . icy sidewalk numerals . . . 
neglected sleep. . .cigarette hang- 
over. . .Dean's Saturday. . .I.D. 
cards: these traditional elements 
have made this another normal 
year at the University. 

Albert U. Romasco 




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STUDENT LIFE 





ALBERT V. ROM ASCO 
Editor-in-Chief 



HOWARD M. MASON 



CAROL SMITH 
Associate Editor 



MILTON M. NEUSNER 
Managing Editor 



Managing Editor: Milton M. Neusner 
Associate Editor: Carol Smith 
Photography Editor: Ralph Levitt 
Sports Editor: Robert Rubin 
Art Editor: Charles De Deurwaerder 
Advertising Manager: Sumner Shore 
Typing Editor: Janet Harvey 



EDITORIAL STAFF 

Editor-in-Chief: Albert U. Romasco 

Business Manager: Howard M. Mason 
Layout Editor: Thomas O'Connell 
Asst. Photo Editor: Gale Feigenson 
Literary Editor: Ann-Marie Lynch 
Statistics Editor: Doris Goodfader 
Caption Editor: Rocco Petrillo 




Litcrari/ Staff 

Fayo l$aer 
Lois Blakeney 
Jeannot Brothers 
John Carroll 
Louise Elliot 
JMarion Felton 
Patricia French 
Constance Oilman 
Virginia Guettler 
Lorraine Lively 
Marcel le IMackba 
Wayne Marcotte 
Elinore Mason 
Alida !Mixson 
Beth Nava 
Joan Nelson 
Abraham Newman 
Priscilla Ordway 
Joan Perrino 
June Phipps 
Rosemary Quinn 
Bob Riley 
Sally Ann Sargent 
Phyllis Sencabaugh 
Alan Shuman 
Dorothy Skilling 
Barbara t'nderhill 
Marjorie Vaughan 
Joan Wrightson 

Photography Staff 

Heaton Bullock 
Leonard Campbell 
Herbert Cantor 
Edward Herberg 
Norbert Tessier 
William Walker 



Sports Staff 

Norman Bernstein 
Gerald Goldman 
Henry Hall, Jr. 
John Kutolowski 
Jack Neusner 



Layout Staff 

Francis Barous 
Barbara Dean 
Judy Marland 
Jeanne Parker 
Barbara Tobin 



Statidics Staff 

Donna Cohen 
Ruth Finklcstciu 
Anita Goretsky 
Marty Okun 
Bailey Schanberg 
Audrey Sux'alle 
Paula Tattlebaum 
Mickey Velleman 
Cynthia Zaft 

Typing Staff 

Merna Morgenstein 
Jean Myrick 
Edith Swartz 

Advertising Staff 

Julie Baliki 
Barbara Bartholomew 
Marjorie Chase 
Joan Clark 
Jane Cohen 
Rosalyn Goldberg 
Janet Hawkins 
Myles Marcus 
Joan Perrino 
Richard Wolff 

AH Staff 

Michael Ferber 
E. Morris Hayn 
Rudolph Hergenrother 
Charles Tooker 

Business Staff 

Janice Anderson 
Joyce Barnard 
Susan Elliot 
Harriet Fox 
Janet Gomez 
Helen Houle 
Marjorie Kaufman 
Mary Maroni 
Ardeth Miller 
William Potts 
Phyllis Robinson 
Hermia Seidman 
Nessar Stahl 
Isqouhi Yeghoian 



Caption Staff' 

Alice Georgantas 
Marlene Wolk 





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INDEX 



The Editors of the 1953 I>sDEX 
have attempted to present, in 
these pages, a reasonably accurate 
portrayal of university life. The 
formula employed to realize this 
objective was quite simple: gather 
together a large number of people 
to participate and the result would 
undoubtedly be a view, compre- 
hensive in scope and enlivened by 
the many different points of view. 

The danger in this procedure has 
been the chance that we, in our 
enthusiasm, might overshoot our 



intended goal and end up with a 
book that was a mere hodgepodge 
of confusion. In recognition of this 
danger we have chosen as our 
theme the confusion of the present 
world scene and the uncertainty 
with which each one of us must 
face the future. 

For the Editors and the staff the 
creation of the Index has meant 
a great deal of work, worry, and 
rush — things quickly forgotten at 
the end with the satisfaction of the 
finished product. 



Back Row: Schnctzcr, Weiiislein, Wooll", Tookcr, llergcnrother, Ferber, Shields, Sencabaufih 

Third Row; Phipps, Finklestcin, Eliot, Barnard, Nava, Anderson, Felton, Georgantas, Clark, Underhill, Hawkins 

Second Row: Zaft, Vellcman, Goretsky, Clark, Suvalle, Kaufman, Skillings, Dean, Balicki, Feigensen, Seidm 

Taltl.baiim, Stahl, Wolk 
I roMi ICo„ : Zanders, Dedeurwarder, Harvey, Goodfader, Smith, Romasco, Neusner, Mason, Rubin, Shore, Levitt 




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Back Row: Berg 
Front Row: She 



-. Lcavitt, Bell 
Hcinlz, Marcotte, Tatllebaur 



The Quarterly this year struggled 
against undergraduate apathy in 
an attempt to bring to the student 
body a magazine containing ma- 
ture and intelhgent writing of the 
highest hterary quahty possible. 

As usual, the Quarterly at- 
tempted, principally through pub- 
lication, and secondarily through 
methods like literary contests, to 
encourage and stimulate creative 
writing and sound undergraduate 
literary activity. 

As deadhnes approached, the 
Quarterly staff could be seen rush- 



ing out of the INIemorial Hall office 
to search the campvis for budding 
Hemingways and DuMauriers, 
and praying that another maroon 
and white covered issue would 
appear on time and be up to the 
usual standard. They accepted all 
contributions, carefully considered 
each, and published all those of 
sufficient merit . 

In its appeal for material to all 
departments of the l^niversity the 
Quarterly has aimed at greater 
variety and universal popularity 
on campus. 



OUARIERLY 



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Executive Editor: Nina Chalk 
Editors: John Heintz, Elinore Mason 
Managing Editor: Bruce Fox 
Biisiness Manager: Alan Shuman 

SECOND SEMESTER 

Executive Editor: Elinore Mason 
Editors: Bruce Fox, Stephanie Holmes 
Managing Editor: Nancy Deignan 
Business Manager: Saul Feingold 




■ ^11 llu- iu'ws that fits, wc print" 



COLLEGIAN 



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Inspired by the watchwords, 
"Accuracy, Accuracy, Accuracy," 
Collegian staff members have dedi- 
cated themselves to serving the 
campus community. 

The INIonday and Wednesday 
scene in the Collegian office may be 
described as organized confusion. 
Staff members learn to concentrate 
under the most difficult conditions. 
Noisy typewriters, the constantly 
ringing telephone, and the con- 
tinuous comings and goings of all 
kinds of people from Adelphia 
members to the freshman who lost 
her wallet, make the scene one of 
feverish activitv. 



Its motto — "A Free and Re- 
sponsible Press" — marks the goal 
of the newspaper. It is uncensored 
by the Administration and ques- 
tions of policy are entirely under 
student jurisdiction. 

To initiate prospective news- 
papermen into the perils of journal- 
istic endeavor, a training program 
must be completed; of such stuff 
as the meek cub reporter is the 
executive editor made. The con- 
version process means time and 
work, but the thrill of being in the 
midst of campus activity is well 
worth the effort. 



Back Row: Vaug 
Front Row: : 



>. Feiiifrolfl. Nelson. Seidma 
h.ilk. M.i-im. Fox, Lawton 




COLLEGIAN 



The Handbook is published an- 
nually and contains concise and 
pertinent information on all phases 
of our college life. Its contents 
include a calendar listing all im- 
portant scheduled events of the 
school year, and a campus map 
which has helped freshmen to 
familiarize themselves with their 
strange and new surroimdings. A 
copy of the Handbook is sent in the 
summer to the freshmen so they 
may have ample time to acquaint 
themselves with the academic and 
social activities awaiting them. 



Positions on the Handbook staff 
are open to members of all classes 
except the senior. The editor and 
assistant editor are chosen by the 
members of the present Handbook 
board upon recommendations sub- 
mitted by the faculty advisor, 
Mrs. Martha Wright. Each staff 
member is assigned to a particular 
department and is responsible for 
all facts pertaining to that division. 
The staff" is chosen early in the 
school year to assure adequate 
and complete coverage of life at 
the Universitv. 



Back Row: Practz, Early, Weissinger, Haciiisch. Raymond. Custafson. Bartlett. Gates, Brown 
Second Row : Belval, Keefe. Siegal, Bonnalie, Manley, Bourgault, Holienberger, Stearns, O'Donnell 
Front Row : Giles. Mapes. Binsky, Editor Baer. Pacliico. Saliiini. Rosnick. Jones 




HANDBOOK 



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Musk , . . Music , . . 

The I'niversity Dance Band, an 
eighteen-piece organization, was 
directed this year by Bernie Reis- 
nian. Fortified with a repertoire of 
over 160 selections, this versatile 
group played for hundreds of stu- 
dent couples (and a few stags) at 
campus dances. Perhaps the most 
characteristic feature of the band 
was its range. The group's ability 
to play all types of musical styles 
was demonstrated by its perform- 
ance at the Winter Carnival Jazz 
Concert. 

The Dance Band made several 
oft"-campns appearances as well. 
The most notable was a concert for 
the Bradlev Field Air Base. 



Back Row: Hadro. Gilboard, Duduvior, Evans, Forkey, Yanbcc 

Second Row: Sliuniway, Michclson, Golden, Proud, Belkin, Groves, Covcrly 

Front Row: Reisman, Zarella 




NIV[RSIIY DANCE BAND 



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* 



Enjoying its most successful sea- 
son this year, the Marching Band 
appeared at seven of the eight foot- 
ball games and made its television 
debut at the Tufts game on Nov. 
15. Breaking from tradition, they 
utilized hesitation and waltz steps 
and rapid flank movements while 
playing the latest hit songs. Under 
the leadership of Drum Major 
Don Pearse and Manager Arthur 
Groves, this 50-piece organization 
performed at four home and three 
away games and at pep rallies. The 
half-time routines included, for the 
first time this year, rapid-fire letter 
changes and animated designs. The 
Marching Band is under the direc- 
tion of Joseph Contino, music 
instructor. 



Back Row: Gould, Lombard, Director Contino, Tonks, Anderson, Guettler, Pearse 
Fourth Row: Stevens, Damon, Burr, Wilder, Groves, Hanson, Caverly, Klingler, Wilson 
Third Row: Evans, Turner, Graham, Russell, Ferguson, Michelson, Buckingham, McLaughlin 
Second Row: Lovejoy. Woodward. Lilja. Seymour, Jacobson, Cutler, Proud, Parmelee 
Front Row: Currier. It;,I,l«iii. Sliaw. Sullivan. Mills. Todt. Whiting, Taylor 








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The 35-piece I'niversity Concert 
Band, a select group of wind 
instrumentalists, presented three 
concerts this year. These were 
the annual ^Yinter Concert on 
January 18, a concert on IVIarch 8, 
and the annual University Parents' 
Weekend Concert on May 3. Pre- 
senting varied programs of popular 
marches, current concert favorites, 
and the finest original concert band 
music, this group was under the 
direction of Joseph Contino. Solo- 
ists this year were Bernard Reis- 
man. who was also student direc- 
tor; Arthur Groves, manager and 
baritone horn player; and Mr. 
Contino, clarinet soloist. 




Standing: Whiting. Todt. Wingard, D 
Third Row (seated) : Gould. Fulton. K 
Second Row: Seymour. Rogstad. Reisi 

Clapp. Nolan 
Front Row: Lovejoy, Farley. Cutler, C 



ctor Joseph Contino 

Jacobson, Brice. Hanson 
FarwcU. Cornell. Damon. Stevens. Evans 

r. Marr, Baldwin. Michelson, Buckinghat 



r, Graham. Leland.Gr 




CONCERIBAND 



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The Operetta Guild's produc- 
tion of "The Vagabond King" in 
March 19.53 was performed to a 
sell-out audience for five nights. 
After six months of planning, re- 
hearsing, and hard work with a 
technical, production, and mu- 
sical staff of more than three hun- 





Kobcrt McCartney, Assistant Director 




dred persons, the Eastern Col- 
legiate i)remiere of "The Vaga- 
bond King"" was brought to life on 
the Bowker Auditorium stage. 

The (hiild does not exist only to 
present musical plays, musical com- 
edies, operas, and operettas ; rather, 
it uses these media to provide 



OPEREIIA GUILD 



60 




Back Bow: Davis. O'Brit 
Front Row: Glllcx, Hcrg 



II, Sliradir 
;nrotlicr, Riley, Cha 



stimulation for the greatest possi- 
ble number of students to use their 
practical intelligence in the many 
fields of theatrical art. 

"The Vagabond King," a musi- 
cal based on the play, "If I Were 
King," is the story of Francois 



Villon, the leader of the rabble of 
Paris. In French history Villon is 
remembered as a "poet, scholar, 
pickpocket, and scoundrel." Vil- 
lon's boast that he would make a 
better king than Louis XI was 
overheard by the king, who gave 




OPEREIIA GUILD 



61 




Making preparations 



him a chance to prove it with the 
proviso that he trade his hfe for 
this opportunity. As king for "four 
and twenty hours" he drove out 
the attacking Burgundians and 
saved France and the throne for 
Louis. Just as Villon is to be 
hanged Lady Katherine announces 
to the court that she will surrender 
her lands and titles to save Vil- 
lon's life. 

In May the World Collegiate 
Premiere of Kurt Weill's classic, 

OPER[IIA GUILD 



"Lost Li The Stars," a poignant 
musical play based on "Crj- the 
Beloved Country," was presented 
by the Chorale. Technical and 
production resources of the Guild 
were utilized to stage the show. 

The plot revolves around the 
disillusionment of Stephen Kum- 
alo, a Negro minister whose son is 
accused of murdering a white man ; 
the scene is South Africa, where 
racial problems are currently 
making world headlines. 



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The 195''2-1953 season saw one of 
our finer campus traditions re- 
vived to fill the ever-increasing 
demand for a small group to enter- 
tain at banquets, meetings, and 
conventions. The University States- 
men were completely reorganized; 
their program was restyled, and 
new personnel were brought in to 
make the double quartet from the 
University of Massachusetts re- 



spected and admired by their many 
listeners. Their program ranged 
from favorite college songs to sea 
chanteys and to hits from musical 
plays. The Statesmen gave many 
musical programs on and off cam- 
pus, appeared at concerts and on 
tour with the Chorale and partici- 
pated in The Vagabond King as the 
Scotch Archers. 



Back Row: O 
Front Row: D 



Houghton. McLaughlin 
Dalrymple, Gaetz, Chandler 




SIAIESMEN 



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Back Kow: Powers. Fiiilcy. Chapman. Whittcmorc. Wilson. Stiles. Blaisdell 
Third Row: Ames. Clapp. Lesurc. Falvey, Johnson, Porrington. Richter, Osborne, Proctor 
Second Row : Taylor. Johnson. Murdock, Woodman. Riley. Farwell. Greene. Peck, Laiiger. 
Front Row: Ryder. Fisher. Wcllinston, Swift. Wildon. Baird. Munch, Martin, Salvini, Perry 



This year the Chorale finished 
its sixth season under the direction 
of its founder, Doric Alviani. The 
Chorale has enjoyed steady growth 
in popvdarity throughout New 
England where it has appeared 
in the last few seasons. In January, 
the group sang at the Victory 
Dinner for Governor Herter in 
Boston; in February, two exchange 
concerts were given with the Glee 
Club from Worcester Polytechni- 
cal Institute; later in the year 
appearances at different conven- 
tions highlighted the season. 

"Democracy in music" is a by- 
word with the Chorale. Its broad 
repertoire included selections from 
folk-songs and spirituals, as well 
as selections from operas and oper- 

CHORALE 



ettas. In line with developing new 
media in the concert field, several 
selections were performed by danc- 
ers with choral background. 

In collaboration with the Oper- 
etta Guild, the Chorale has con- 
tinued to make a lasting mark in 
the collegiate theatrical field. In 
March, the eastern collegiate pre- 
miere of Rudolf Friml's The Vaga- 
bond King was presented; in May, 
the world collegiate premiere of 
Kurt Weill's Lost in the Stars. 

During the school year, two 
tours of Massachusetts cities and 
towns with appearances in high 
schools and many single concerts 
throughout New England brought 
the Chorale to the successful end 
of the 195'2-1953 season. 



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-On Wiiis> of Son 



The University Harmonaires is 
an organization designed to fill a 
constructive recreational need for 
frosh women. During their second 
year they appeared at the Military 



Ball, \Yinter Carnival, and at a 
Fine Arts Council program. In 
conjunction with the Stockbridge 
Glee Club they presented concerts 
for the Stockbridge School. 



Back Bow: Sawtell, Clark, Anderson. Jordan. Newton. Lewis. Bhimit. Brigham, Harts. Terp. d 
Second Row: Roberts. Grant. Marx. Smith. Leiand. Amidon. Merriam, Schmidt. Cook. Lev 
Front Row: Corkum. Walker. Kcllj. King. Winlerbottom. Aggerup. Saulnier, Anderson. Fri 




HARMONAIRES 



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The Roister Doisters, the Uni- 
versity dramatic society, had as its 
fall presentation The Silver Whistle, 
a charming comedy about old 
people who wanted to regain their 
youth. Mario Bruni had the lead- 
ing part in the play and did a com- 
mendable piece of acting in the 
role of Oliver Erwenter, the philo- 
sophical tramp. Other members of 
the Theatre Set included in the 
play were Shirley Tuttle, Albert 
List, Jo Ashe, ^Marguerite Follett, 
and Mel Tucker. 

Dvu'ing Winter Carnival Week, 
the Roister Doisters sponsored the 
Inter-Class Plays. The Junior play, 
Suppressed Desire, came in first. 
This represented the third time the 
class of '54 won the first place 
honors. 



Back Row: Pcirce, DcWolf, Arscnault, Jones, List, Morkin, Cuniiingliani 

Third Row: Bruni, Shcerin, Bonney, Tucker, Woodworth, Bonney. Riding. Hall. Tuttle, Rothstein 
Second Row: Audet, Stearns, Brewton, Praetz, Cann, Mulcahy, Gates, Parker, Brown, Crouch 
Front Row: Finnick, Hollis, O'Keefe, Seiicabaugh. Elliot, Morton, Quinn, Follett, Erickson, Baglan 




ROISIER DOISIERS 



The Senior class won the second 
place with its original play, Tony 
Sat on a ]]'all, written by Mario 
Bruni and Abe Newman. 

The "best actress" award went 
to Barbara Summers for her por- 
trayal of Constance in the Senior 
})lay. while jNIarino Grimaldi, the 
irate husband in the Junior play, 
was selected as the best male actor. 

For the ^Mothers' Day Weekend 
the Roister Doisters presented 
their spring production of Elmer 
Rice's comedy about ^Manhattan, 
Two on an Island. The well re- 
ceived show with its cast of over 
forty was directed by Arthur E. 
Niedeck. 





ROISTER DOISIERS 



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Highlighted by the January ap- 
pearance of the Boston "Pops" 
Orchestra, the Concert Associa- 
tion's \95'i-53 series proved one of 
the most popular in several years. 

The Rochester Philharmonic Or- 
chestra returned and strengthened 
its reputation as the campus" musi- 
cal favorite, while the other two 
concerts departed from the tradi- 
tional to present the Columbus 
Boy Choir and later a joint concert 
by baritone Conrad Thibault and 
the Angelaires, a harp quintet. 



Standing; Falvey. Rile> 
Sitting: Henley. Gaet/,. Lively 




CONCERT ASSOCIATION 



68 



STUDENT LIFE 




Rt^H 



The Student Senate, representa- 
tive voice of tlie student body, 
began its activities early in Octo- 
ber. Senators were elected by the 
residents of each dormitory, the 
commuters, the fraternities, the 
sororities and the married stu- 
dents. These were apportioned on 
the basis of one representative for 
every eighty students, with the 
newly-opened Baker freshman 
dorm entitled to four Senators. An 
initial organizational meeting was 
held on October 14, presided over 
by Acting-President Tom Bott. 
Nominations for Senate officei's 
were made and on the following 
week elections were held. The 
successful candidates were: John 
Carroll, president; Rita Katz, vice- 
president: Beverly Burns, secre- 



tary, and John Miller, treasurer. 
Appointments to the standing 
committees were made at the next 
weekly meeting. These included 
committees on finance, activities, 
curriculum, pubhc relations, ath- 
letics, buildings and grounds, 
boarding halls, student life and 
elections. At the same time, John 
Heintz was elected by the Senate 
to head a special Constitutional 
Revision Committee, whose stated 
pvu'pose was to streamline and 
clarify the existing student govern- 
ment structure. The work of this 
committee progressed satisfactorily 
and by mid-spring a revised con- 
stitution was ready to submit to 
the students for their approval. 
AVith all positions filled, the Senate 
was readv to begin the year's work. 



Back Kow: Heintz.. Bailey, Bcrestka. Mooiiey, Stulatmaii, Allen, Ware 

Third Row: Grimaldi, Woodbury. Russell. Less. T.ittle. Cliatis, Fox, Ncusncr 

Second Row: Larwood, Wyman. Carpino. Si.,, ii... TMylor, Aronno, Everest, Quinu, O'Donncll 

Front Kow: Gifford, Franks. Avery. Biirii~. Mill, i I ^.rroll, Katz, Sowyrda, Balicki, Adams, Cla 




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Of primary importance was a 
$3,000 surplus in Student Govern- 
ment funds which had accumu- 
lated over the past few years. 
Activities supported by the Senate 
had kept pace with the rapid 
growth of the Iniversity. Radio 
Station WMUA made a radical 
change from carrier wave to 10- 
watt FM broadcasting. The Win- 
ter Carnival Committee was hit by 
rising costs. Both organizations 
came before the Senate for addi- 
tional appropriations. After in- 
vestigation and reduction by the 
Finance Committee, appropria- 
tions of $1055.51 and $300 re- 
spectively were passed by the 
Senate. Another appropriation of 



$345 was made to equip the newly 
instituted Student News Bureau 
and to provide a fund for photo- 
graphs to publicize student activi- 
ties. 

Other activities of the Senate 
included soliciting contributions 
for the Campus Chest Drive, the 
promotion and sale of the Uni- 
versity of Massachusetts calendar, 
and the sponsoring of a concert for 
the benefit of the Chorale. 

Committees worked on vai'ious 
projects such as the establishment 
of a two-meal ticket system at the 
University dining halls, cheaper 
text books and better campus 
roads and sidewalks. 

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Back Ro 
Front 1 



roves, Shu 
Quiiin. Prof. 
Prof. Rand, 



The Academic Activities Board 
is composed of faculty members 
and the student business managers 
of each academic organization. 
This board acts in the interest of 
the students and numbers among 
its functions the determination of 
financial and administrative poli- 
cies and the handling of the awards 
of service insignia. Groups repre- 
sented on this board include all 
publications, all music gTOups, and 
Roister Bolsters. Student members 
of the board act as representatives 
of the students in voicing under- 
graduate opinion. 



Eight students and eight faculty 
members comprise the University 
Committee on Student Life. This 
committee makes recommenda- 
tions to the Administration con- 
cerning student extracurricular 
activities. An effort is made to 
maintain a proper balance between 
social and academic life on campus. 
Student members of the committee 
and social chairmen of student 
organizations keep the committee 
in close contact with undergradu- 
ate opinion at all times. Student- 
faculty cooperation on the com- 
mittee was complete and effective. 



Back Row: Lupion, Ms 
shall, Ross. Tuttle, Quin 
Front Row ; Prof. Varley, M 
Tolman, l)r. Ilelmir 
Smith, Dr. Fcldman 



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WOMEN'S JUDIC.I VKY 
Back Row: Jones, Mottc. 
Front Row: Meadcr. Clialk. 




The ^Yomen"s Judiciary Board 
is composed of five women students 
who have been elected by vote of 
all women students on campus. 
Rules and regulations concerning 
the conduct of women students 
are interpreted and enforced by 
this part of the University's Gen- 
eral Court. Its primaiy concern is 
w'ith those cases which are above 
the jurisdiction of the women's 
dormitories. In cases requiring con- 
stitutional interpretation, the 
Women's Judiciary holds a joint 
session with the Men's division. 



The Men's division of the Uni- 
versity General Court of Justice 
interprets and enforces regulations 
concerning the conduct of men 
students. In a separate court it 
handles traffic violations. For de- 
cisions which pertain to constitu- 
tional questions rather than to 
those concerning misconduct of 
students, the Men's and Women's 
Judiciaries hold a joint meeting. 
The Student Senate co-operates 
with both groups in the making 
of regulations and in setting up 
rules for meetings of the boards. 




MEN'S JUDICIARY 
Back Row : Pescosolido, Wolf, 
Front Row: Bott, McGowan. 



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Religious Groups 





Hillel Foundation 

Serving the religious, social and 
intellectual needs of Jewish stu- 
dents, Hillel Foundation provides 
opportunities for interfaith co-oper- 
ation. The year was begun hy a re- 
ception and dance for freshmen 
and continued with Friday night 
services, classes in Hebrew, Yid- 
dish, and Jewish thought. 





Standing: Il.-ltiiia.r. Vi-lUn 
Sitting: FcldbiTS. Slahl. Ba 



Newman Club 



The Newman Club welcomed 
any student who wanted to be- 
come acquainted with the cultural, 
social, educational, and religious 
aspects of Catholicism. This year 
for the first time Bishop Christo- 
pher J. Weldon visited the campus 
to speak at Bowker Auditorium. 
A series of movies was also given. 



DriscoU 
Mansfield. Kedn 



Student Christian Association 

The Student Christian Associa- 
tion plays an active part in campus 
life by welcoming students of all 
faiths, working with the denomina- 
tional groups, and with Chap- 
lain's Council. Highlights of the 
year included Freshmen Cabin 
Party, popular day conferences, 
weekly coffee hours, and vesper 
services. 




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Standing: Spencer, Hunter 
Sitting: Ryder, Fisher 

Lutheran Club 

Discussions and social hours for 
a closer fellowship of Lutheran 
students on campus were held 
twice monthly at the home of Mr. 
and Mrs. John Weidhaas of Am- 
herst. Regional conferences for 
Lutheran students were attended 
during the year with the LT. of M. 
being ably represented. 



Judson Fellowship 

Both University and Amherst 
students have taken part in the 
Judson program for Baptist col- 
lege-age young people. An at- 
tractive diversity of activities — 
discussions, a fall retreat, Hallo- 
ween square dance, conferences, 
and a church supper to aid a Bur- 
mese student kept the members 
busv. 




Standing:: Steigleder, Bu 
Seated; Rev. Lev 




Wesley Foundation 

Wesley Foundation has met the 
needs of Methodist students on 
campus by its concentration on ap- 
plying Christianity to their re- 
ligious, social, and economic prob- 
lems. Monthly social events during 
the winter, and the annual regional 
conference at Camp Casowasco in 
New York during the summer, 
help to round out a program. 



Channing Club 

Beginning with an informal sup- 
per and closing with a worship 
service, the Channing Club of Uni- 
tarians and other religious liberals 
has taken part in programs of 
panels with questions posed by 
freshmen, discussions of college 
dating and marriage, and ques- 
tions relating psychology and re- 
ligion to personality. 



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Standing: llolbrook. Kouillard 
Sitting: .4ndrcws, Dresser, Avery 



Edwards Fellowship 

The Edw'ards Fellowship wel- 
comes students of Congregational 
and Presbyterian denominations, 
as well as those with no church af- 
filiation, to discover the way to a 
better Christian life. Recognizing 
the needs of others, the group col- 
lected old textbooks and picked 
apples to earn money to send aid 
to those in most need. 



Canterbury Club 

As part of the National Canter- 
bury Association, the Episcopal 
students on campus keep in con- 
tact with their church and reaf- 
firm their Christian faith. The 
group meets frequently with other 
organizations and especially wel- 
comes those of Greek Orthodox 
faith to join with its members in 
the search for religious values. 



The Chrysostom Club 

The Chrysostom Club for Orth- 
odox students met at Old Chapel 
on the first Thursday of the month. 

The program included a vesper 
service and speaker or a discussion. 
A picnic and dance highlighted 
their social activities as the group 
worked to plan meetings which 
fulfill the interests and needs of 
the students. 

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From Kow; Tallcgas. Clark. Sikora. Mirrilt, Kislcr. Movnahan, Christens 



The fii'st floor of Butterfield 
Hall was the home of La Maison 
Francaise, which boasted 16 mem- 
bers this year. While intent on 
perfecting their ability to speak 
fluent French, the students sought 
to broaden their background in 
French culture, and in their salon 
appeared an interesting assortment 



of French books, magazines, and 
records. 

A gay Parisian touch came to 
the campus when members pre- 
sented Le Cafe Rendezvous, an 
evening of typically French enter- 
tainment which included a spe- 
cially staged version of the can- 




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German Club 

Informality characterized the 
meetings of the German Club, 
where students and faculty ex- 
plored Germany by means of mu- 
sic, movies, and lectures by guest 
speakers. Through these media the 
students come to a better under- 
standing of German customs and 
traditions, and used the oppor- 
tunity to improve their speaking 
of the language. 





Standing: Bernatowicz, Petrillo 
Sitting: Munch, Wolk, Georgantas 



French Club 

The French Club has had an act- 
ive year with its programs for get- 
ting the students better acquainted 
wdth each other and with French 
customs and traditions. 

Its major event of the year was 
the annual Christmas Pageant, 
which attracted a large student 
audience. 



Spanish Club 

The Spanish Club was organized 
with the purpose of supplementing 
the study of the language with the 
learning of Spanish and Latin- 
American customs. The programs 
consist of skits, songs, and outside 
speakers, and the group puts on a 
Spanish play each year. 

The club's Christmas party was 
the highlight of its activities. 




Sitting: Merritt. Vest 



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Standing: Maroni. Krikorian 
Sitting: Mr. Allen, Craft, Romasco 



Chaplain's Council 

The Chaplain's Council is the 
coordinating body for all Protest- 
ant activities on campus. Several 
of the activities which it sponsored 
were Christmas Vespers. Lenten 
Communions, the Religious Con- 
vocation, and the Christian Activi- 
ties Handbook. Dr. Temple advises 
the group. 




Standing: Tonks. Mapcs. Rabaioii 
Sitting: Rott. Talllrbaum. Dr. Mu 



International Relations Club 

The IRC, like the nation, was 
temporarily diverted from its nor- 
mal considerations by the fascin- 
ation of the presidential elections. 
A running tally of election returns, 
followed up by a panel discussion, 
indicated this interest. 

After November, the club recov- 
ered and turned to international 
problems. 




Ri>. Temple. Bojdeii. ^<■ll 



Economics Honorary Society 

The Economics Honorary So- 
ciety met for the purpose of help- 
ing Economics honor students and 
graduate students to prepare and 
plan their theses. The Society is 
composed of seniors and juniors 
who have an average of 80 or 
above, as well as graduate stu- 
dents. 



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Psychology Club 

The Psychology Chih met to 
discuss informally the various 
phases of psychology and psychi- 
atry. Speakers were invited to 
talk to the members about their 
favorite subject, job opportunities, 
and progress in new developments 
and discoveries. 




iilp: Lee. Sanders 

2: Mr. Lindstrom. Ston 



Business Administration Club 

Once a month students of fi- 
nance, accounting, management, 
and marketing, met to discuss 
practical solutions to major prob- 
lems in the respective fields. They 
often attended lectures on such 
topics as advertising and labor 
relations. This club has been suc- 
cessful in stimulating the interest 
of its students and facultv. 




Sociology Club 

The "Soc" Club helped sociology 
majors and others interested in 
sociology to become better ac- 
quainted with each other at its in- 
formal monthly meetings. It spon- 
sored speakers on job opportunities 
and had panel discussions and 
films to vary its programs. 




Sitting: <:ahen. Bristol. O'Br 



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Standing: Farin, Southworth, Cri 
Sitting: Dr. Woodsidc, Marcottc 



Attempting to foster increased 
knowledge of medical subjects, the 
Pre-Med Club reviewed many new 
developments in the medical field. 
The group met once a month at 
Fernald Hall and a varied program 
was presented. Speakers who were 
specialists in their field led the 
club in interesting discussion peri- 
ods. Movies were also part of the 
program. 

Under the guidance of the offi- 
cers and the advisor, Dr. Gilbert 
Woodside, the club has not only 
fulfilled the needs of the prospec- 
tive medical students but also has 
presented programs of interest to 
the entire Universitv. 




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Math Club 

Have yoii seen the mathematical 
hrain-biisters in the CoJh'(]ian? Tlie 
math chih creates these gems and 
gives prizes to each weekly winner. 
The members themselves hear 
speakers on opportnnities in math. 
They also sponsor an annual con- 
test for high school stndents and 
give awards for the best grades. 














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Home Ec Club 



This year's great event for the 
Home Ec Club was the planning 
and publishing of its own news- 
paper, The Skinner Scoop, which 
included social notes about stu- 
dents and articles about the social 
activities of the club. Style shows, 
card parties, speakers on oppor- 
tunities in Home Ec were features 
of the monthlv meetings. 



Geology Club 

The Geology Club met twice a 
month on our own campus and at 
other times with Smith, Mount 
Holyoke and Amherst. Field trips 
aimed at accjuainting its members 
with the technical aspects of ge- 
ology. Speakers were heard and the 
students carried on some lively 
discussions. 




Standing; Fiske, Pliclps. French 
Sitting: Norcross. Miss Davis 



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Fernald Entomology Club 

Named in memory of the Fer- 
nalds, who did so much for science 
on this campus, this organization 
met once a month to spread in- 
formation about entomology and 
to further the interests of its 
students. In addition to lecturers 
and movies, members sponsored 
numerous social activities. 



Education Club 

Speakers on educational prob- 
lems and trends were the features 
of the Education Club meetings 
this year. In this way the future 
teachers on this campus made in- 
teresting contacts and became bet- 
ter acquainted with the members 
of their own department. All stu- 
dents taking education courses 
were invited to participate in the 
activities. 



Land Architecture Club 

In operation for over twenty 
years, this club has been continu- 
ally successful in fostering techni- 
cal and social relationships among 
the students and faculty of the de- 
partment. Guest speakers, movies, 
and slides dealing with city and 
landscape planning were included 
in the activities. 




Tocivdlowski. Wfi.lhaas 



Press Club 



INIaking University publicity 
available to newspapers through- 
out the state is the fimction of the 
Press Club. ^Members of the club 
are the student correspondents to 
city newspapers and the directors 
of the Home Town News Bureau 
who meet to talk over the common 
problems of press correspondents. 



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A. I. E. E. 

The American Institute of Elec- 
trical Engineers is a professional 
engineering society which is af- 
filiated with the Institute of Radio 
Engineers, thus forming a joint 
student branch of I.R.E. and A.I. 
E.E. Outside speakers, usually elec- 
trical engineers, were invited to 
the meetings to speak on subjects 
covering the entire field. 




: MacNiven, Flanagan 
cliocki, Thimot 



A.S.C.E. 

All students majoring in civil 
engineering may join this student 
chapter of the Americail Society of 
Civil Engineers. Its one function 
is to pi'omote topics of professional 
interest. This was accomplished 
during the year through outside 
speakers experienced in the field, 
and also through student papers 
and student projects. 




Standing: Itraiidl, liii 
Sittini-: Prof. Mohn, F 

A. S. M. E. 



The object of the student branch 
of the AS^IE is to broaden the 
students' acquaintance with the 
jjractical side of Mechanical En- 
gineering through speakers from 
the engineering field who speak on 
subjects of professional interest. 
The students also develop expert- 
ness in public-speaking, learn par- 
liamentary procediu-e, and meet 
fellow engineers. 




Standing: Tilton, Orff 
Sitting: Frof. Hendricks< 



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Chemistry Club 

One of the most popular clubs 
on campus — with chem majors, 
at least — was the Chemistry Club, 
wliich offered its members a chance 
to meet and hear authorities in the 
field of chemistry. In a professional 
atmosphere these students were 
able to further their interests and 
knowledge. 



Standing: Powers, Frcsia, Vanderpol. Gr 
Sitting: Curran, Chaves, Dr. Rilcliic 



Chemical Engineering Club 

A young, but rapidly growing, 
group met twice a montli to pro- 
mote professional relationships 
among students of chemical en- 
gineering. Their activities included 
listening to speakers, field trips 
to plants in the region, and a few 
social activities. This club also 
participated in chemical engineer- 
ing conventions. 




Standing: Ricliards. Sniado 
Sitting: Nelson. Bell 



Agricultural Engineering Club 

Furthering the use of scientific 
methods in all phases of agriculture 
is the purpose of the Agricultural 
Engineering Club. At the monthly 
meetings, speakers showed slides 
and movies on such subjects as 
rural electrification, advanced 
types of farm machinery and more 
efficient production methods. 

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International Club 

International friendships are 
made by the members of this club, 
who are chiefly the students from 
other lands studying at UM. Their 
chief project was the sponsoring of 
an International Weekend during 
the college year, when all foreign 
students from colleges in the area 
of New England were invited to 
attend. 



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Alpha Phi Omega, the campus 
service fraternity, is made up of 
former Boy Scouts whose aim is 
expressed in the motto: "To as- 
semble as college men in the fel- 
lowship of the Scout Oath and 
Law, to develop friendships and 
promote service to humanity." 
jNlembers seek to fulfill this aim by 
aiding, whenever possible, the stu- 
dent body, the faculty, and the 
University. 

The Kappa Omicron chapter of 
APO is a newcomer on campus. 
Since receiving its charter last 
May, the organization has earned 
an excellent reputation for the 
many services it has performed for 
the improvement of the University. 
The most notable of these was the 
construction of a bridge across the 
brook near Alumni Field. 



Standing: Taylor, Edmunds, Whitmore, Houston 
Sitting: Mr. Core, Swenson. Jablonka 




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Standing: Ashe, Balicki 

Sitting: Fuccillo, Prof. Kobertson 

Forestry Club 

The club membership is made 
up of forestry students of both the 
University and the Stockbridge 
School. Their exhibit at the Horti- 
culture Show demonstrated cor- 
rect forest management and 
showed some of the tools used in 
forestry. Club meetings were high- 
lighted by talks given by authori- 
ties in all phases of forestry. 




Bacteriology and Public 
Health Club 

The Bacteriology and Public 
Health Club provided students in 
Bacteriology, Public Health, and 
^Medical Technology with social 
and professional gatherings once 
a month. Opportunities in the 
field and major problems in bac- 
teriology and public health were 
presented at the meetings by well- 
known speakers in the various 
phases of this field. 




Sitting: Camper. St 



Food Technology Club 

The purpose of the Food Tech- 
nology Club is to foster the social 
and professional interests of all stu- 
dents of food technology. Through 
social gatherings and speakers, the 
club is kept active. The Food 
Technology Club at the University 
of Massachusetts is the charter 
chapter of the Institute of Food 
Technologv. 



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Dairy Club 

The purpose of this organiza- 
tion is to provide a common meet- 
ing phice for the dairy students of 
Stockbridge and the University, 
and to widen their knowledge of 
the field through movies and guest 
speakers at their meetings twice a 
month. These students plan their 
publication and the Dairy Ex- 
hibit. 




Standing: Gareri, Havward. Fersii 
Sitting: Prof. Vondell, Brown 



Animal Husbandry 

The Little International Live- 
stock Show — one of the finest 
exhibitions of its kind — was 
among the undertakings of the 
Animal Husbandry Club. This 
group also sponsored several square 
dances and a hay ride in the fall. 
A well-rounded program was en- 
joyed throughout the year. 




Standing: Lamb, Hancock 
Sitting: Bradley, Dr. Hankinson 

Poultry Science 

This twenty-six-year-old club 
furnished its members with a well- 
rounded program this year by 
sponsoring practical business meet- 
ings and informal social get-to- 
gethers for students and faculty. 
In addition to its local activities, 
the club is a member of the 
National Collegiate Poultry Sci- 
ence Club. 




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Floriculture Club 




Standing: Bottachi, Alden 

Sitting: Hampson. Magee. Prof. Th: 



Arboriculture Club 

The Arboriculture Club is con- 
cerned with studying the care and 
maintenance of shade trees. This 
year, representatives of tree com- 
panies and chemical manufacturers, 
as well as members of the Forestry, 
Land Arch, and Entomology De- 
partments met with the group to 
discuss problems of arboricvdture. 



The pm-pose of this club was to 
provide its members with oppor- 
tunities to discuss the specialized 
branches of Floriculture. Voca- 
tional ideas were presented and an 
opportunity was given for people 
of the same major interest to 
become acquainted on a social 
level. A spring picnic climaxed a 
busv season. 




Standing: Brown, Prof. Kii 
Sitting: McGrath, Cole 



Olericulture Club 

The Olericulture Club offers an 
opportunity for all faculty and 
students who are interested in pro- 
ducing and marketing vegetables 
to join in both informative and 
social activities. Trips to nearby 
vegetable farms and markets, and 
assisting with the Horticulture 
Show kept the members busy. 

They topped off their year with 
an annual S])ring ban(|uet. 

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Future Farmers of America 

The members of this club aimed 
to foster interest in secondary 
vocational agriculture through the 
National FFA organization. This 
year they appraised films for their 
educational value, helped conduct 
a training school for high school 
group leaders, and sponsored the 
state final competition of the high 
school FFA oratorical contest. 



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The Mt. Toby Recreation pro- 
ject, better known as M.T.R.P., 



has as its purpose the building up 
of recreational facilities on Mt. 
Toby for the use of the faculty and 
the student body. The project 
committee works in close coopera- 
tion with the Forestry, Recreation, 
and Physical Education depart- 
ments, and is under joint sponsor- 
ship of Adelphia and Isogon. At 
this time, the completed projects 
are a lodge for overnight camping, 
hiking trails, and outdoor fire- 
places complete with tables and 
benches. 

M.T.R.P. is open to those inter- 
ested in recreation, fascinated by 
the great out-of-doors, or just 
willing to contribute some of the 
Avork necessary to make Mt. Toby 
the University playground. 



Back Row: Flood. Ar^^enau 
Front Row: Servais, Coffin 



t. Whitmore. ]> 
McDonald, Mi 



Belding 
Meadcr, BafTo 




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StundiniL:: llatton 
Sitting: Flint. Spoon 



Pomology Club 

Lectures by authorities in the 
field of fruit farming and discus- 
sions on related topics by students 
were the result of Pomology Club 
plans to maintain an active inter- 
est in club events this year. 



Agronomy Club 

Crop improvement practices and 
their relation to the principal agri- 
cultural products came up for dis- 
cussion at the monthly Agronomy 
Club meetings. The club program, 
known as "in service training," 
consisted of a series of talks by 
people already prominent in the 
field of soil conservation and utili- 
zation. 



Outing Club 

The Outing Club, which cele- 
brated its 25th anniversary this 
fall, is one of the oldest and most 
traditional clubs on the campus. 
The objective of the club is to 
provide healthy outdoor recrea- 
tion for all students. Hiking, swim- 
ming, skiing, square dancing and 
the annual sugaring-off party were 
all on this vear's agenda. 




Standing: Tuttle, Root, Haes 
Sitting: Dr. French, Atwood 



Rod and Gun Club 

The Rod and Gun Club is the 
place for anyone interested in 
hunting, fishing, and all kinds of 
wild life. This year its members 
saw movies and heard speakers in 
an attempt to learn more about 
conservation and gaming areas, 
went on several hunting trips, and 
sponsored the annual spring inter- 
collegiate fly casting competition. 



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Student Wives Club 

The Student Wives Club was or- 
ganized in order to promote friend- 
liness and fellowslnp. The club 
met monthly to hear speakers and 
for social purposes. The members 
also helped each other to develop 
usefid hobbies in the craft groups 
that they formed under the leader- 
ship of INlrs. Arnold Rhodes. 





Standing: Judson. Robinson. Fi.s 
Sitting: Davis. Miss Hubbard 



Friend, Huber, Grabi 



Square Dance Club 

One of the most successful re- 
creational clubs on campus this 
year was the Square Dance Club. 
Four student callers and a student 
orchestra led the group in folk and 
square dancing. The club plans to 
demonstrate square dancing 
throughout the state. The high- 
light of the year was participation 
in the annual Folk Festival. 



Physical Education Club 

Students majoring in Physical 
Education received practical in- 
formation on the field they would 
be entering. Talks and movies were 
presented by the club, whose pur- 
pose is to enable those students 
interested in any phase of Phys Ed 
to get together to discuss common 
problems. 



Nature Guide Club 

Under the direction of Dr. Wil- 
liam Nutting, the club met at 
Bowditch Lodge to discuss new 
developments in nature recreation 
with those students interested in 
the field as a profession or as a 
hobby. A sugaring-off party in the 
spring was the last activity of the 
club for the year. 

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^V^IUA, the student -operated 
radio station located in the tower 
of South College, was officially 
dedicated on November 8, 1952, as 
a licensed FM educational station. 

Supported by each student 
through the Student Senate, 
WMUA is a unique campus or- 
ganization which affords students 
the opportvmity to meet faculty 
members who share their interest 
in radio work. 

A general business office is lo- 
cated in Draper Hall and the studio 
itself is in South College. Recently, 
plans were made to combine these 
offices in the new Electrical En- 
gineering Annex to be constructed 
next fall. 

With the addition of FM, 
WMUA faced an increasing num- 



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Back Row: White, Hill. Klingler. Mirkin, Wirtli, Green, Larson 

Second Row: Brewton, Sargent, Tyler, Segal, Hawkcs, Freeman, Maclauchlin, Emberlcy 

Front Row: Hcrgenrother, O'ConncU, Hartwell, Davics, Donovan, Firmage, Francis, Carroll 




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ber of problems. Of major concern 
this year was the fact that many 
students did not own FlNl sets. 
Some converters were built and 
placed in the dorms to adapt the 
FM signal, and others are to be 
installed as soon as they are built. 
In its attempt to bring ojily the 
best in broadcasting to its listeners, 
"\YI\IUA included tape recordings 
from the National Association of 
Educational Broadcasters, a cover- 
age of campus functions and sports 
events, as well as popular and 
classical music. High in popularity 
were the "'Crazy Rhythm Show," 
which featured requests and dedi- 
cations, and the Saturday evening 
"Dancing in the Dark," which 
beamed dance music to fraternity, 




M..I ^oiir Mmiints 



sorority, and dorm dances and 
parties. 




95 




Standing: Soule, Ma<Lai 
Sitting: Shields, Haydon 

4-H Club 

Meeting at Farley Club House, 
the 4-H Club worked to promote 
4-H principles both on and off 
campus. A varied program of mov- 
ies and speakers attracted both 
former 4-H members and other 
interested students. 

During the past year, members 
of the group attended State and 
National Conferences. 



DeMolay 

First of its kind in New England, 
the DeMolay club was organized 
on this campus in 1948 to provide 
a means by which high-school 
members of the Order might fur- 
ther their interest in fraternal 
activities while attending the U. of 
^I. Field trips to local high-school 
chapters were the main activities 
sponsored by this year's group. 





■iliiiidini.-: Vt liil inori'. Sulmlu 

^itliiiu; .l<'»<'ll. Ili>|>kiiis. Mr. Koherts 



Chess Club 

Not for experts only, the Chess 
Club invited people interested in 
learning to play to attend its regu- 
lar meetings. While new members 
were taught the opening moves, 
the top ten players competed in 
matches against Smith, Mt. Hol- 
yoke, and Amherst Colleges, and 
the U. of M. facultv. 



CLUBS 



96 



DORM LIFE 





The Women . . . 



Christmas time at Butterfield 

This year another building was 
added to the number of girls' 
dorms. To celebrate the acquisition 
of Mills, the new occupants had 
an open house to show their guests 
what the feminine touch had done 
to the old abode. Another thing 
the Mills women could display 
(but here they had to share the 
honors with the Butterfield gals), 
was the muscles they collected 
walking up to Butterfield's cafe- 
teria. 

The other upperclass dorms had 
their own special events like the 
Abbey's "Roaring Twenties" party 
complete with flappers and Charles- 
tons. Knowlton won second prize 
in the Homecoming Weekend float 
parade. Butterfield copped honor- 

WOMEN'S DORMS_- 




■l^r,^ 



li 



m^ 



,P.pJ«WWPi 




able mention in the float parade, 
and boasted a Thanksgiving sup- 
per in the cafeteria for which all 
the girls donned their bedspreads 
and came as Indians, or made 
paper collars like those of the 
Pilgrim fathers. Hamlin had a few 
upperclass women to lend an air of 
dignity to its mainly freshman 
clientele. 



100 



The traditional rivals. Thatcher 
and Lewis, were the freshman 
dorms for this year. Thatcher won 
the float parade and had the high- 
est average, so its residents had 
something to gloat about. Lewis 
girls retorted that their phones 
were the busiest, and their door- 
step the most crowded; but the 
feud was insoluble, and all in 
good fun. Some of the bouncy Ham- 
lin girls came up the hill to sere- 
nade the freshman fellows at 5:30 
A.M. one morning shortly before 
Christmas, and brought a retalia- 
tion raid on themselves, Lewis, and 
Thatcher that made the upper- 
classmen reminisce about the panty 
raids that swept the country last 
year. 

Outside of a few special activi- 
ties like these, the dorm life was 




'Well, hello-o 



fairly uniform all over campus. 
They all had their dances, dorm 
parties, house meetings, and ath- 
letic teams — all of which were 



'^Come lip and see mo sometime" 




h»»£^SSm£S 



^.-.^£^Ssi 




WOMEN'S DORMS 



[101 



supported with more or less en- 
thusiasm. At Christmas time this 
year, along with the traditional 
party, each dorm adopted a needy 
family. 

An X-ray scanning the rooms in 
any dorm some evening w^ould re- 
veal: a young lady intent on ar- 
gyles for that certain man, while 
the homework lies neglected; a 
gossip session; a last minute cram- 
mer in lonely solitude; last minute 
crammers in a crowded multitude; 
and some unfortunate absent one 
having her room given "The Treat- 
ment" — short sheeted beds, miss- 
ing furniture, the works! In the 
rec room and the center are scat- 
tered a few' bridge players, loafers, 
and studyers. and in the office 
some poor girl on voluntary (in 
name only) office duty is answ'er- 





"Music, Mii^if. Mii-ii 



ing calls and callers. Glancing 
upstairs again, there is certain to 
be an irate, drenched wench who 
has just been told that she has a 
caller. 

In spite of an almost-uniform- 
ity, each dorm had its own spirit, 
and competition had existed be- 
tween all. The memories of dorm 
loyalty, friendships, doings, and 
especially the informal sessions, 
will live longer than many other 
aspects of college life. 



WOMEN'S DORMS 



102 



. . . and the Men 




As we, Miranda-like, impatiently 
prepare to venture forth into this 
"brave new world," the fascinat- 
ing world of 195;5, with its hydro- 
gen bombs, its inflation, and its 
"cold"" wars, let us glance back 
for a moment at those noble 
structures that were to us more 
than mere physical shelter. For 
the dorms were not just masses of 
brick, cement and pasteboard — 
they were the buildings that wit- 
nessed our initiation into the in- 
tricacies of college life. But let us 
not dwell on this rather painful 
aspect of matui-ation (for growing 
pains are a common thing). Let 
us preserve in our memories the 
little, human experiences that dorm 
life afforded us. 

Do you remember your dis- 
content with your roommate in the 





_ MEN'S DORMS 



[103 




first semester of freshman year? It 
may have been the over-crowded- 
ness of Bntterfield, but you did 
look around for a camarade d' 
es'prit. Do you remember going 
down to the cafeteria to study; 
getting involved in a bull-session 
that wound up at 3 o'clock in the 
morning; the sunny months, all too 
few, when we basked on that 
luxurious terrace — the inevitable 
water-filled paper bag? And the 
mass exodus second semester, 
when many of us moved over to 
Chadbourne? — one could stretch 
and breathe deeply then. Some 
guys carried over their mattresses; 
the ones in Chadbourne were a bit 
thin. Ah, finals week, when we 
were too yovmg to take it seriously, 
and caught up on our bridge and 
whist, although a few cowards did 
study from four till eight A.M. 

M[N'SDORMS_ 



Sophomores — always the wisest 
of the four classes in the Univer- 
sity. We knew our way around 
then. It was sophomore year we be- 
gan playing the "hot-plate game" 
with the housing office. . .they 
never knew there could be so many 
hiding-places in one small dorm 
room, did they? That was the year 
we really received the fire-drill 
treatment. Somehow they don't 
seem to pull that stuff on juniors 
and seniors. The religious embas- 
sies, remember? Where the firmly 
convinced affirmed their belief, and 
the staunchly skeptical affirmed 
their doubts. Sophomores always 
argue. 

Junior year, vmeventful. What 
could you do in the cinder-blocks, 
except junrp up startled when a 
door was closed, and sleep with the 




Till- Brooks Bookies 



104 



sound of a ping-pong ball clacking 
in your brain? The walls were 
somewhat fragile — a few people 
leaned too hard .... 

And then, senior year. Proctors 
turned "counselors." Returning in 
the heat of the national election — 
friendships temporarily broken. 
November 5. joy or dejection. The 
Great Foot-Locker Controversy 
that died out, didn't it? 

Well, it's over. . .but before you 
stick that big toe into the cold seas 
of life and plunge in, remember, 
just for a moment . . . they were a 
good four vears. 




Just Plain Bull 





MEN'S DORMS 



105 



THE GREEKS 




The Panhellenic Council, organ 
of inter-sorority government and 
activities, is composed of two mem- 
bers from each house on campus, 
and is part of a national organiza- 
tion whose aims are to foster high 
standards and encourage worth- 
while contributions on the part of 
sororities to personal and college 
life. 

The annual activities of the 
local group include an intersorori- 
ty workshop, a scholarship tea, 
and supervision of sorority rushing 
regulations. During the past year 
the Panhellenic Council helped 



President : Ruth Sullivan 
Vice President : Marjorie Kaufman 
Secretary: Carolyn Alger 
Treasurer: Sony a Anderson 



such worthwhile efforts as the 
Blood Drive and the Campus 
Chest. 

Pan-Hell sponsorship of inter- 
sorority athletics and informal cof- 
fee hours at the sorority houses 
has added to the social life and the 
friendly spirit on the campus. 



Back Row: Skilling^, McCleod, Viale, Blackwell, Gurwitii 
Front Row: Toner, Anderson, Sullivan, Kaufman, Alger, Bagin 




PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL 



108 




Back Row: Gotlisniaii. Fox. Uir.. 


on. McMiilWn. Tafl 


Second Row: Higgins, Woolf, Lai 


slilin. Uavis. Powers, Holmt 


Front Row: Miller, Casey. Barber 


. Marshall. Craig. MaoLachl 



The Interfraternity Council, 
composed of two representatives 
from each fraternity, is in charge 
of aU inter-fraternity atliletic ac- 
tivities as well as the Athletic 
Scholarship Fund. The Council 
aims at promoting scholastic stand- 
ing and encourages a friendly 
spirit among the fraternities by the 
organization of activities such as 
athletics and the events of Greek 
Week. 

The purpose of the Interfraterni- 
ty Judiciary Board is to develop a 
spirit of cooperation and good will 
among the fraternities, as well as 
to exercise responsible self-govern- 
ment in the enforcement of the 
regulations of the Student Life 
Committee. 



President: Edward Craig 
Vice President: Louis Marshall 
Secretarj^: Glenn Barber 
Treasurer: Bruce MacLachJan 



Standing: Bonney. Bi.rlinganie. Wolf. 
Sitting: Tarr. Bednian. 




INIERFRAIERNIIY COUNCIL— JUDICIARY 



109 




Back Row: Fuller, Bedell, Ilcintj',, Houle, Vlale, White, Radulski. Sullivan, Bayon, Bayon, Donovan. Duffy, Bclval 

Fourth Row: Howes, Lee, Ganss, Webber, Bourgault, BonnaLlcc, Hodecker, Morse, Stewart. Bradshaw. Flaherty. Eng- 
lish, White, Ryan, Gionfriddo, Gulski 

Third Row: Morrill, Guettler, Daignault, Mahoney, Hultman, Gross, Yeghoian. Cavanaugh. Ilohenberger. Maitland, 
Herzog. Brown. Simpkins, Smith, Houle, Ubertalli. Stearns. Conroy, O'Donnell 

Secand Row: Maroni, Regis, Smith, Burns, Merrigan, Conroy, Klaus, Dole, Drapeau. Montgomery. Lit».. Gilley. Sum- 
mers. Wildon 

Front Bow: Brigham. Smith. Taupler. Gcnuario. Heywood. Barnell. \iislin. Belval. Bcrnat. Pialloni. Litz, Robideau 



President: Fredrica Dole 

Vice-President : 

Mary-Louifie Drapeau 

Secretary: Nancy Montgomery 

Treasnrer: Suzanne Klaus 



Many campus organizations 
claimed Chi Omegas as members 
diunng the year. The sorority was 
well represented in the Drill Team, 
Naiads, Operetta Guild. Roister 
Bolsters , Chorale, Senate, Scrolls 
and Index, as well as in many de- 
partmental clubs and special cam- 
pus committees. 



Seventeen fall pledges were hon- 
ored in January when the high- 
light of Chi Omega's social season, 
the annual pledge formal dinner 
dance, was held at the Hotel 
Northampton. Chi Omega also 
held several open houses during the 
football season, sweater dances 
during the fall and spring, and 
exchange dinners with fraterni- 
ties. The Chapter's new kitchen 
and dining room were really appre- 
ciated during these fimctions. 

The sports program at Chi O- 
mega included football and basket- 
ball games with fraternities as well 
as basketball and volleyball games 
with other sororities. 



CHI OMEGA 



110 



1953 

Irene Baginski, Louise Belval, Beverly 
Burns, Fredrica Dole, Mary-Louise Dra- 
peau, Anne Gibbons, Nancy Gilley, Vir- 
ginia Guettler, Katherine Ileintz, Helen 
Houle, Nancy Howes, Suzanne Klaus, 
Vera Litz, ]\Iary ^Lironi, Ann Merrigan, 
Dorothy Radulski, Norma Regis, Pa- 
tricia Smith, Joan Stack, Elizabeth Sulli- 
van, Barbara Summers, JNLirie 'J'orres, 
Lorna Wildon, Isqouhi Yeghoian. 




195i 

Barbara Bayon, ]\Lirguerite Brown, 
Helen Breault, Ann Marie Burrell, Ann 
Cavanaugh, Frances Conroy, Patricia 
Daignault, Louise Donovan, Ann English, 
Jean Flaherty, Mary Lou Gulski, Bar- 
bara Herzog, Jeanne Lee, Janet L-eland, 
Nancy Montgomery, Edith ]\Iorse, Bar- 
bara Mullins, Barbara Ryan, Joan Simp- 
kins, Suzanne Vest, ]\Iarcia ^^iale, Mar- 
garet White, Joan Wriehtson. 



1955 

Audrey Austin, Barbara Barnett, Bar- 
bara Bedell, Carol Belval, Dorothy 
Bourgault, Joan Bonnallee, IVIiriam Brad- 
shaw, Sheila Brigham, Barbara Burnett, 
Ellen Conroy, Patricia Duffy, Maria 
Genuario, Priscilla Hayward, Carol Ho- 
henberger, Janet Hodecker, Elaine ]\Iait- 
land, Jane Morrill, Cecilia O'Donnell, 
Gail Riley, Alice Smith, Janet Smith, 
Elgie Stearns, Barbara White. 

1956 

Joan Bayon, Frances Bernat, Clare 
Fuller, Gloria Ganss, Nora Gionfriddo, 
Francine Gross, Joan Houle, Janet Hult- 
man, ^ Shirley Litz, Barbara Mahoney, 
Ann Morse, Julia Piattoni, Margaret 
Robideau, Donna Stewart, Alice Taupier, 
Elinor Ubertalli, Crsula Webber. 



\il 




CHIOMECA 



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1953 

Janice Anderson, Barbara Ashe, Julie 
Balicki, Sally Cande, Marjorie Chase, 
Joan Clark, Barbara Dean, Alice Geor- 
gantas, Janet Harvey, Janet Hawkins, 
Bettina Hollis, Frances Kelley, Elizabeth 
Kinnear, Jeanne Mangum, Marcella 
Methe, Jeanne Myrick, Marjorie Nelson, 
Barbara Neumann, Kay O'Keefe, Nancy 
Phillips, Beverly Sanford, Joan Schnet- 
zer, Phyllis Sencabaugh, Pamela Tuttle, 
Mildred VanderPol, Annette White. 



KAO 




19.H 

Joan Arthur, Mary Judith Baird, 
Helen Baldwin, Janet Brox, Margot 
Bushey, Jane Crepeau, Abigale Ferry, 
Patricia Gay, Virginia Harper, Hope 
Hartigan, Joan Kettell, Joan MacAlevey, 
Bessimae Nava, Joyce Peck, Nancy Pond, 
Dorothy Skilling, Jean Tonks, Elizabeth 
Wood, Gladys Woodward. 

1955 

Lela Adams, Joan Ashe, Susan Bageant, 
Lois Blakeney, Brenda Campbell, May- 
belle Chandler, Mary Lou Couch, Bar- 
bara Crowley, Margaret Kenney, Berna- 
dine Kennedy, Mary Kukkula, Shera 
Lawson, Alice Lee, Claire IMacDonald, 
Sally McCambridge, Constance Moehle, 
Barbara Rischitelli, Betsy Robinson, 
Shiela P. Ryan, Maureen Urton, Cynthia 
AA'hite, Kathleen White, Joan Whitte- 



1956 

Sylvia Bailey, Evelyn Caron, Laura 
Caron, Constance Casey, Odessa Chase, 
Anne Donnelly, Marjorie Flynn, Carol 
Green, Barbara Harzard, Joan Kroemer, 
Carol Nelson, Eleanor Nicolai, Elizabeth 
Piatt, Sondra Patashnick, Barbara Walk- 
er, Barbara Ward, Phyllis Zervas. 



KAPPHLPHAIHEIA 



Wi 






, Blakeney. Moehle. Rob- 



Back Row: Kettcll. Saiiford. MacDonald. Nava, Krocnicr, Tonks. Caron, Schnetzer. Aiide 
insoii, VandcrPol. Ryan 

Fourth Row: Caron, Bagvant. Brook, Lee, Myriok, Hazard, White, Nelson, Piatt. Caniphell, Adams, llollis. White, Har- 
tigan, Clark, Phillips, Gay, O'Keefe 

Third Bow: Lawson, Bushey, Chandler, Crowley, Arthur, Kerry, Donnelly. Baird, Baldwin, Peck, Harper, Ward, Haw- 
kins, Newmann, Kinnear, Ashe, Kelly. Creapeau 

Second Row: McCambridge, Pond, Georgantas, Nelson, Melhe, Manguni. Harvey, Tuttle, Dean, Chase, Sencabaugh, 
White, SkilUngs, Goodell 

Front Row: Flynn, Bailey, Couch, Zcrvas, Nicolai, Rischitelli, Wood. Casey. Green, Walker. Palashnick, Balicki, Cande 



Theta has again lived up to its 
usual high standard of active par- 
ticipation in both social and aca- 
demic organizations on campus — 
Isogon, Phi Kappa Phi, Scrolls, 
Drill Team, and Chorale. 

The house social calendar this 
year included three informal 
dances, with the year's climax 
being the gala Pledge Formal. In 
addition, fraternity suppers, and 
a children's Christmas party all 
were enthusiastically sponsored by 
the house. 

Some improvements were made 
in the interior of the house, and 
the latest plans include a reno- 
vation of the exterior. 

In the spring of 1952, KAT won 



President: Pamela Tuttle 

Vice-President: Barbara Dean 

Recording Secretary : 

Annette White 

Corresponding Secretary : 

Janet Harvey 

Treasurer: Marjorie Chase 



the sorority sing, thereby taking 
the honor for the fourth time in 
five years. Third place honors in 
the Declamation also were given 
to Theta. 

Ideals of friendship, sisterhood, 
and democracy are prominent in 
each year of KAT's existence. 

KAPPA ALPHA IHEIA 



IV3 




Back Row: Sikora, Anderson, Cliristenson, Shank, Ruder, Waltcrmirc, Whitmore, Gustavsen, Tete, Nylander, Mitch- 
ell, Kreuz, Lcclair, Lynch 

Fourth Row: Fiske, Henley, Handy, Crosby, Allen, Hartman, Mottc, Crooks, Strongford, Bennett, Storey, Globus, 
Casavecchia, Stewart, Wilkinson, Gates, Gerson, Warren, Hefferan, Taubner, Smith, Dusel 

Third Row: Johnson, Pruyne, Call, Garrity, Saunders, Tukes, Larwood, Hoxie, Tibbals, Tomkins, Green, White, 
Arthur, Tessicini, Stevens, Anderson, Fisler, Cook, Kallgren, Beaupre, FarreU 

Second Row: Czaja, Fisler, Rouillard, Green, Moulton, Keaney, Toner, Gannon, Chalk, Malln, Lester, Belval, Carlson, 
Moriarty, Sheehan 

Front Row: Gorman, Longmore, FoUett, Ennis, Catron, McMahon, Elliot, Richards, McGlone, .ludson, Halloran, 
Kelley, O'Hare, Quinn, Carey, Bates 



President: Eileen Toner 

Mce-President : Elinor Gannon 

Recording Secretary : Nina Chalk 

Corresponding Secretary : 

Bette Fisler 

Treasurer: Mary Lou Moriarty 



An Alumnae tea on Homecom- 
ing Weekend, the Pledge Formal 
in January, and Spring dance 
comprised the Kappas social 
events for the year. 

On December 13, Delta Nu was 
honored by many Kappas, includ- 
ing alumnae and national officers, 

KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA 



at a banquet celebrating Kappa's 
tenth anniversary. 

Kappa Kappa Gamma served 
as hostess at a tea given by the 
Pan-Hellenic Council when they 
awarded the silver tea service to 
the sorority which attained the 
highest scholastic standing. 

Much recognition was also 
gained by many Kappas in Cho- 
rale, Drill Team, Cheerleader 
Squad, Isogon, Scrolls, Judiciary, 
Winter Carnival Committee, Col- 
legian, and religious and depart- 
mental clubs. 



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195S 
Jean Anderson, Loretta BeKal, Mar- 
garet Carlson, Nina Chalk, Joan Czaja, 
Gretchen Ellis, Elizabeth Fisler, Elinor 
Gannon, Ann Green, Marion Henley, 
Nancy Keaney, JMary Lester, Ann IMor- 
rill. Carolyn Moulton, Rosemary Quinn, 
Catherine Rouillard, Victoria Sikora, 
Joan Sheehan, Joan Stronach, Eilleen 
Toner, Helen A'iera, Joan Walterniire. 

195^ 
Nancy Jane Allen, INIary Bates, Con- 
stance Campbell, Railene Carey, Shirley 
Crooks, Barbara Jean Elliott, Theresa 
Ennis, Carolyn Fiske, Barbara Gates, 
Dorothy Gerson, Laurel Globus, Jane 
Hartman, Dorothy Hefferan, Ann Marie 
Kelly, Joan La Pinsky, Judith Martin, 
jMary Lou Moriarty, Nancy Motte, 
Elaine Nylander, Virginia Parsons, Pris- 
cilla Ruder, Joy Smith, Virginia Stewart, 
Janice Taubner, Elinor Tete, Marcia 
Warren, Jane Wilkinson, Mary A. Whit- 
more. 

1955 
^lary Susan Anderson, Beverly Arthur, 
Annette Beaupre, Bette Bennett, Lois 
Call, Janet Christenson, Mary Ann Dolan, 
Patricia Farrell, Marguerite Fallett, Re- 
gina Garrity, Joan Gorman, Marilyn 
Greene, Judith Gustavsen, Joan Hoxsie, 
Ruth Nancy Judson, Janet Kallgren, 
Margaret Kreuz, Joan Larwood, Carol 
Longmore, Mary E. INIitchell, Janet 
O'Hare, Jean Pruyne, June Shank, Shir- 
ley Stephens, ^Marilyn Tessicini, Lucy 
Tibbals, Marcia Tompkins, Jean White. 

1956 
Judith Catron, Joan Cook, Patricia 
Crosby, Irma Dusel, Frances Fisler, Don- 
na Halloran, Carol Handy, Shirley John- 
son Pauline Le Clair, Barbara Lynch, 
Valkyr [NIcGlone, Shan INIcMahon, Sherry 
Richards, Cynthia Saunders, Jane Storey, 
Joan Strongford, Claire Tukes. 




KKr 




KAPPA KAPPA 



113 




*AN 



1953 

Ruth Avery, Carolyn Billings, Joan 
Carlson, Jeanette Davis, Grace Dresser, 
Anna Grant, Muriel Haase, Marcia 
Rouillard, Arlene Rudman, Ruth Sulli- 
van. 




1954 

I'hyllis Anderson, Loretta Berube, 
Jane Blackwell, Natalie Crowell, Janet 
Evenson, Jane Hession, Jane Katz, Edith 
Oleson, Sheila Spooner, Martha Wilson. 



1955 

Audrey Covin, Beverly Ensher, Helene 
Gaudette, Carolyn Hosea, Ethel Kleiraola, 
Mary IVIurray, Marilyn Mishkin, Santina 
Palano, Anne Parnin, Janet Peterson, 
June Phipps, Janice Pike, Anne Piper, 
Alberta Premo, Ann Ralston, Faith Shu- 
man, Elizabeth Tourville. 



PHI DELIA 



116 




ir, KaUloii. Evcnson. Paniiii. Wilson 
nl:i. Kn-licr. IMiipps. Sullivan. Slininan. Mishkin. Hrssi< 
y. Knilmnn, Crowcll. lioiiillarcl. Ilaase. Davis. Gr 



Phi Delta Nu celebrated its 
second birthday this year, and 
again attempted to advance 
its non-discriminatory principles. 
The Phi Delts again distributed 
Thanksgiving baskets to under- 
privileged families, and instituted 
in conjunction \Yith QTV a Christ- 
mas party for needy children. 

Socially, it was an active year 
for the sorority, with exchange 
coffee hours, open houses, and the 
annual affairs of Pledge Formal 
and senior bancjuet. The Phi Delts 
were also active participants in 
campus activities, such as Senate, 
Collegian. Drill Team, and Operet- 
ta Guild, as well as in many cam- 
pus clubs and all inter-Greek ac- 
tivities. 



President: Rtdh Avery 

Vice-President: Arlene Rudman 

Recording Secretary : 

Grace Dresser 

Corresponding Secretary : 

Carolyn Billings 

Treasurer: Natalie Crowell 



PHI DELIA 



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Back Row: Olaussen, Perry, Underhill, Tuttle, Moore, Bachman, Bemis, Stephan, Harts, Lewonis, Woodman, Mul- 

cahy, Robinson 
Fourth Row: Patton. Wacchtcr, Donahue, Wellington, Anderson, Murdock, Cotton, Stiles, Barnard, Wolk, Bartlett, 

Stone, Weissinger, Parmelee, Smith, Dewar 
Third Row: Pride, Drexel, Sadler, Mitchell, Whitten, Langer, Lecinar, MacDonald, Andrews, Sargent. Hartford, 

Anderson, Keneiick. Boeske, Willet. Robinson, Burns, Coyle 
Second Row: Small, Egan. Halvorson, Clifford, Mansfield, Meader, Ordway. Card, Harvey, Menjjies, Granger. Allen, 

Jagiello 
Front Row: Martin. Ingham, French, Cosineau, Grahn, Lively, Lodge. Klliotl. Pratt, Vaughan 



President: Priseilla Ordway 

Vice-President: Nancy Meader 

Recording Secretary : 

WiUiamina Harvey 

Corresponding Secretary 

Patricia Mansfield 

Treasurer: Wendcdyn Card 



Again in tlie year 195'2-1953. 
the members of Pi Beta Phi were 
active in many campus activities. 
Some of the organizations in which 
the Pi Phi's took part were Scrolls, 
Isogon, Chorale. Drill Team. 
Cheerleader Scjuad, Collegian, and 
W.A.A. 



It was a busy year for the girls 
who wear the arrow; and it began 
with a tea held in honor of "Sirs. 
Baade, the new house mother. 
The Pi Phi house received a new 
coat of white paint in time to 
welcome the freshmen aboard the 
Showboat, which was the theme of 
the invitation party. 

The starry crispness of a De- 
cember night was chosen for a 
hay-ride, and the annual Pledge 
Formal was held at the Lord Jef- 
frey Hotel. With the Spring came 
housecleaning, as the new initiates 
took over the house for a weekend 
of work and fun. 



PI BEIAPHI 



118 



195S 

Jane Allen, Sonya Anderson, Nancy 
Bachman, Janet Buck, Wenilalyn Card, 
Barbara Clifford, Anne Cotton, INIaureen 
Egan. Mary Findlay, Helen Granger, 
Doris Halvorson, Willianiina Harvey, 
Alice Jagiello, Xancy ^leader, Patricia 
IMenzies, Joan Miklas, Margaret Mulkern, 
Priscilla Ordway, Bethel Pratt, :\rarcia 
Small, Barbara I'rbanek. 



1954 

Joyce Barnard, Dorothy Bemis, Sara 
Boaske, Ruth Burns, Susan Dewar, 
Nancy Drexel, Susan Elliott, Patricia 
French, Stephanie Holmes, Frances Jones, 
Lorraine Lively, Mary Jane Lodge, 
Claire ]\Iacdonald, Patricia Mansfield, 
Elizabeth ]Munch, Jean Murdock, Julia 
Parmelee, Louise Pride. Janet Robinson, 
Phyllis Robinson, Pauline Stephan, Ruth 
Stiles, Evelyn Stone, Barbara Underbill, 
Ann Weissinger, Jean Whitten, Elizabeth 
Woodman. 

1955 

Nancy Andrews, Judith Bartlett, ^Nlar- 
garet Coyle, Ruth Haenisch, Janet Hart- 
ford, Elizabeth Ingham, Joan Langer, 
Dorothy Lecznar, Joan Manley, Sally- 
Ann Martin, Mary-Ann Mitchell, Eleanor 
Mulcahy, Carol Murphy, Constance 01- 
aussen, Mary Patton, Joanne Perry, 
Mary Adele Sadler, Sally Sargent, Shirley 
Tuttle, ]Marjorie Vaughan, Nancy Waech- 
ter, Joan Wellington. 



1956 

Barbara Anderson, Barbara Cosineau, 
Carol Gifford, Sally Grahn, Marilyn 
Harts, Carol Kenefick, Ann Lewonis, 
Dorothy Moore, Isobel Smith, Helen 
Willet, Judy Wolk. 




HB* 




PI BETA PHI 



119 




1953 

Frances Blank, Harriet Fox, Rosalyn 
Goldberg, Doris Goodfader, Marge Kauf- 
man, Rhoda Kronick, Ardeth Miller, 
Natalie Newman, Adele Saltman, Judith 
Sanders, Bailey Schanberg, Carol Smith, 
Naomi Zellmaii. 



>;at 




195J^ 

Faye Baer, Pearl Bindei', Barbara Bin- 
sky, Ruth Finklestein, Anita Goretsky, 
Norma Gurwitz, Rosalie Liner, Merna 
[Nlorgenstein, Hermia Seidman, Audrey 
Su\alle, Paula Tattlebaum, Marcia Werb- 



1955 

Donna Cohen, Marilyn Cogan, Esther 
Fertel, Helen Fisher, Joyce Goldstone, 
Ina Hettinger, Anita Kronick, Lois Lez- 
berg, Phyllis Pributsk.y, Joan Raphel, 
Rhoda Rogosin, ^licki Schoenberg, Phyl- 
lis Sitner, Nessa Stahl, Edith Swarz, 
Janice Swartz, Marilyn Tuttle, Micki 
\^elleman, Cynthia Zaft. 



1956 

Sylvia Baker, Verna Bra\'erman, Janet 
Cohen, Blossom Cutler,' Carole DIugin, 
Marilyn Friedenberg, Eleanor Goldstein, 
Ona Gross, Sandra Hurst, Diane Kovitz, 
Sandra Litwack, Sandra Lomench, Judy 
Mandelstam, Glenda Marcus, Elaine 
Siegel, Bonnie Wiseman. 



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lick, Prilmtsky, Cohen. Biiisky. Goldstonc, Ilu 
:iis. Cutler, Lomeiich. Gross. DIii!.mii, Fertel. Si. 



ilz. Kiiiklestcin. Gurwitz, 
I, Freed, Litwack, Kovitz, 



Back Row: Mandclstam, Braverinaii, Kr. 

Morgeustcin 
Fourth Row: Werbner, Sitner, Cohen, Mi 

Zaft 
Third Row: Wiseman, Velleman, Hurst, Baker, Gorctsky, Kogosin. Lezberg. Rosnick, Schoenberg, Binder, Suval 

Seidnian, Stalil, Swartz, Cogan, Tattlebaum 
Second Row: Zellman, Kronick, Goldberg, Saltman, Kaufman, gchanberp. Blank. Smith. Fox. Newman, Mill. 

Goodfader, Sanders 
Front Row: Hurwitz, Fisher, Schwarz, Bacr, Raphel 



Happy days in 1 95*2-53! The 
Sig Delts have much to boast 
about. Homecoming week had the 
girls welcoming back alums to 
their alma mater at S.D.T.'s open 
house. Rushing came around quick- 
ly this year, and before we knew it, 
Christmas vacation was over and 
we were back again. Winter Carni- 
val was soon upon us. Then, the 
Sig Delts had a sleigh ride and the 
"never-to-be-forgotten "' pledge 
formal. Soon after, we had our 
traditional Founders' Day Ban- 
quet. Throughout the year, ex- 
change suppers were had with the 
fraternities. The Sig Delts still 
ranked tops scholastically with the 
girls high on the list for campus 



President: Frances Blank 
Vice-Presidents: Bailey Schanberg 

Marge Kaufman 
Recording Secretary 

Paula Tattlebaum 
Corresponding Secretary: 

Harriet Fox 
Treasurer: Carol Smith 



activities; among us we have edi- 
tor-in-chief of the Handbook, sub- 
scription manager of the Collegian, 
statistics editor of the Index, 
vice-president of Pan -Hellenic, 
member of Isogon. exchange editor 
of the Quarterly, and members of 
the Economics Honor Societv. 



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121 




f:!:-1v|.v^^.i.til'M-Tif./ 



Back Row: Ledger. Finnick. Turner, Hawkes, Tucker, French, Morton. Hogg. Freeman, CafFery 

Third Row: Goldman, Crouch, Dunn, Quirk. Adams, Hebert, Hopkins, Jacobson, Adams, Gummow. Ledger, Rog 

Myers, Weeks, Cutter, Sproat 
Second Row: Mitchell, Miranda, Russell, Kelleher, Emberley. Gravalese, O'Neil, Hall. Bearce, Roberts. Krikori 

Moon, Allen 
Front Row: Meserve. Pierce, Alger, Kennedy, Carlstrom, Gaffney, MacLeod, Dagata, Magec. Jewell. Wakehoi 

Hickey, Ryder 



President: Joan MacLeod 

Vice-Presidents : Priscilla Gajfney 
Barbara Dagata 

Recording Secretary : 

Norma Jewell 

Corresponding Secretary : 

Jean Waierhouse 

Treasurer: Claire Magee 



Siginas can look back with pride 
on their accomplisliments of this 
year. During the summer, Beta 
Eta delegation, sent to Pasadena, 
California, for the National Con- 
vention, came back with a silver 
award now proudly displayed at 
the Chapter House. 



Sigma was well represented in 
campus activities, her members 
being in Roister Doisters. Chorale, 
W:MUA, Chess Club, Drill Team, 
Collegian, and Index, as well as on 
various committees and clubs. 

Even as they work on campus, 
so Sigmas work at home. This 
year they have been working on a 
new Chapter Room, painting vari- 
ous national emblems on the pan- 
els, making it an ideal meeting 
place. 

As always, Sigmas have striven 
to live up to their ideals of fair 
play and friendliness, and will con- 
tinue to do so in the vears to come. 



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1953 

]Miriani Carlslroni, Mary Criuldeii, 
Barbara Dagata, Priscilla Gaffney, 
Jeanne Hebert, Catherine Hickey, Lorna 
Hogg, Joyce Hopkins, Joan Kennedy, 
Claire ^Nlagee, Joan MacLeod, Jacqueline 
]\Ieserve, Joan Morton, Lucia Peirce, 
Frances Rogers, Jean Ryder. 




1954 

Shirley Adams, Carolyn Alger, Eliza- 
beth Caffery, Lois Finnick, Lois French, 
Shirley Hastings, Nancy Jacobson, Nor- 
ma Jewell, Dorothy Kelleher, Diana Kri- 
korian. Shirley Mitchell, ^Margaret Stro- 
ther, Pauline Turner, Jean Waterhouse, 
Carolvn Weeks. 



1955 

Claire Adams, Jo Ann Allen, Nan 
Crouch, Nancy Cutter, Elizabeth Dunn, 
Joan Emberley, Theresa Everson, Ruth 
Freeman, Patricia Goldman, Joanne Gra- 
valese, Elizabeth Hall, Elizabeth Hawkes, 
Lola Jefi'ords, Joan Leger, Ursula ^Nliran- 
da, Janet ^loon, Lorraine ]\Iunroe, Janet 
Myers, Roberta Quirk, Elizabeth Russell, 
Jeanne Sproat, Susan Tucker, Janet 
White. 



1956 

Charleen Bearce, Beatrice Gummow, 
Betty-Lou Ledger, Phyllis O'Neil, Lois 
Roberts. 



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123 







AEn 




1953 

Norman Aai'on, Sidney Bresnick, Har- 
vey Gaberman, Marvin Glaser, Robert 
Kingsbury, Stanley Kramer, Jason Lebo- 
witz, Richard Levine, Howard Mendel- 
sohn, Milton Neusner, Marvin Reeber, 
Bernard Romer, Robert Rubin, Sheldon 
Saltman, Sumner Shore, Alan Shuman, 
Herbert Sostek, Harvey Stetson, Frank 
Sugarman, Sumner Waitz, Walter Wek- 
stein, Eli Young. 

1954 

Herbert Bamel, David Bovarnick, Rich- 
ard Davis, Paul Faberman, Saul Fein- 
gold, Leon Fink, Elliot Fishbein, Burton 
Friedman, Gerald Goldman, Herbert 
Kagan, William Karlyn, Bennett Kramer, 
Myron Lappin, Burton Liebman, Robert 
Pollack, Richard Silverman, Gilbert Slo- 
vin, Nathan Weiner, Richard Woolf. 



1955 

Charles Aronson, Victor Blumenthal, 
Gerald Cohen, Robert Cohen, Myron 
Cooper, Charles Gilboard, Ronald Got- 
tesman, Herbert Holzman, Robert Kline, 
Charles Lasky, Abram London, Myles 
Marcus, Gordon Mirkin, Jacob Neusner, 
Martin Promisel, Nobert Rubinstein, 
Bruce Sachar, Stanley Sarfaty, Edward 
Waxman, Edward Weiner, Richard Wolff, 
Joel Zais, Clinton Zalkind, ^lartin Zelick- 
man. 

1956 

Stanley Berman, Neal Feldman, Mar- 
vin Godner, Joel Goldschmidt, Richard 
Goldstone, Eliot Green, Jack Greenstein, 
Marshall Kaplan, Paul Katz, Norman 
Kline, Arno Liberies, Norman Marcus, 
Albert Mason, Steven Mirsky, Gerald 
Nathanson, Louis Neusner, Norman 
Rothstein, Matthew Sgan, Robert Shaf- 
lan, Bernard Shuster, Elliott Smith, Fred 
Tepperman, Leroy AA'aks. 



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Back Row; Mirkiii. Liebmaii. Zais, Friedman, Feingold, Fink, London, Cotte 
Third Row: Davis, Weiner, Fislibein, Slovin, Broverman, Bamel, Holzman, Kagan, Weiner, Lappiii, Marcu,-, <;iilM 
Second Row: Kramer, Waxman, Fabcrman, Sacher, Aronson, Stetson, Mendelsohn, Waitz, Neitsner, Cooper. Glas 
Front Row: Kingsbury, Bresnick, Rubin, Woolf, Shore, Neusner. Levine, Young, Caberman, Aaron, Sostek 



This year found Alpha Epsilon 
Pi holding its own once again so- 
cially, athletically, and in campus 
activities. Its manj^ house dances 
proved of great success, and the in- 
troduction of skits and other en- 
tertainment on Saturday nights 
was well received. Homecoming 
Weekend and the annual Military 
Brawl contributed toward round- 
ing out a well-balanced social sea- 
son. 

Pi performed strongly in ath- 
letics. A spirited football team won 
a third place in competition, and 
the basketball team was well on 
top of the league. Pi promises to 
provide good competition in both 
bowling and softball since the 
addition of an active freshman 
class. 



President : Milton Neusner 
Vice-President: Richard Levine 
Secretary: Richard WooJf 
Treasurer: Simmer Shore 
Member-at-Large : Eli Young 



The AEPi boys were again 
active in all phases of campus life. 
In such activities as the Col- 
legian, Index, Senior Class Com- 
mittees, Adelphia, and varsity 
sports, names of men from Alpha 
Epsilon Pi were prominent. 

ALPHA EPSILON PI 



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Back Row: Davis, Brousseau. Bulman. Blarchard, Cornfoot, Shciik. Halcli, Whittcmore. Murray 
Third Row: Woodbury, Crowell, Emmonds, Hale, Sears, Cornfoot, Houston, McDaniel, Stevens, 
Second Row: Johnson, Stone, Russell, Innis, Tuttle, Corser, Todt, Chase, Pacheco, Knepper, Batchelder 
Front Row: Forkey, Botacchi, Kallgren, Coppola, Richmond, Perley, MacLachlan, Wilson, Gove, Covert, Dodge 



President: T. Albert Perley 
Vice-President: Myles Richmond 
Secretary: Bruce MacLachlan 
Treasurer: Joseph Coppola 



The school year started off with 
Alpha Gamma Rho completely re- 
decorating the first floor of the 
house. A successful rushing pro- 
gram was completed, bringing the 
total of members and pledges to 
about seventy. 

Social highlights of the year 

ALPHA GAMMA RHO 



were the Annual Farmers' Frolic, 
Parents' Day, and the Pink Rose 
Formal. The social program was 
completed by the many successful 
Saturday night dances. 

x\lpha Gam was well repre- 
sented on the Senate, the Judging 
Teams, in the Horticulture Show, 
and on various campus organiza- 
tions this past year. 

Although all phases of extracur- 
ricular activities were participated 
in by Alpha Gams, they still 
maintained high scholastic stand- 
ings among the student body. 

With its new facultj^ advisor, 
Donald Kinsman, of the class of 
19^9, Alpha Gamma Rho looks 
forward to another successful vear. 



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1953 

Leo Bacchieri, Allen Botacchi, Philip 
Bulnian, Joseph Coppola, Richard Corn- 
foot, Robert Corser, Theodore Covert, 
Arthur G. Dodge, Raymond Forkey, 
AA'arren Gove, Corie Hale, Ernest John- 
son, Donald Kallgren, Bruce MacLach- 
lan, Albert Perley, Leonard Pierce, Myles 
Richmond, Warren Wilson. 




1954- 

Arthur Batchelder, David Blanchard, 
William Crowell, Milford Davis, David 
Houston, Donald Knepper, John [Murray, 
Anthony Pacheco, Herbert Stevens, Rich- 
ard Stone, Robert Tuttle. 



1955 

Paul Brousseau, Richard Chase, Doug- 
las Cornfoot, Louis Emmonds, Ralph 
Hatch, Richard Innis, William Lawrence, 
Joseph jMcDaniel, Edward Russell, Gil- 
bert Sears, William Shenk, John Stahl, 
Charles Stengle, Robert Tenney, Paul 
W'oodburv. 



1956 

Rex Baker, Robert Burgess, Donald 
Couture, David Dik, Richard Field, 
Ralph Hastings, Richard Holden, Nor- 
man Hudson, Walter Ingram, George 
Johnson, Gilbert Leveille, Donald Lill- 
popp, Ernest Mander, John McKinley, 
Pike Messenger, Richard Parker, W' illiam 
Rose, Robert Stewart, Neil Trull, Ken 
W'est, Brendon Whittaker, Stuart Wiles. 



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ALPHA GAMMA RMO 



127 




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1953 

William Bakey, Gordon Benson, George 
Bicknell, Richard Casey, Richard Con- 
way, Hugh Corr, Donald Cozzens, Fran- 
cis Daigle, Everett Davis, Leonard Drew, 
Robert Driscoll, Richard Erlandson, Dav- 
id Fuccillo, Raymond Graham, Henry 
Hicks, Phihp Huber, Stephen Lapton, 
Rene Lucier, John INIacdonald, Robert 
INIaloney, Lucien Prokopowich, Noel Ree- 
benacker, Elmer Seaman, Richard Spen- 
cer, Anthony Szurek, John Tucker, 
George Vartanian, Henry Walter. 



195i 

Peter Benet, James Buckley, Philip 
Burne, Martin Corcoran, Don Dal- 
rymple, Louis Falconieri, Edmund Fla- 
herty, Donald Francis, Fred Galloway, 
Frank Grandone, Morgen Jennings, W^il- 
liam Johnson, Stephen Karis, Ronald 
Kelly, John Petersen, William Ripley, 
Richard Shores, Robert Steere. 



1955 

Robert Blanchard, Vernon Bruneau, 
Fred Cror^', James Curtis, Frank DiGi- 
ammarino, Francis Gibbons, Al Gilmore, 
David Gormley, Ned Hennigan, William 
Jennison, Henrj' Kerr, Louis Kirsch, 
Stephen Kowaleski, Charles Miller, Rob- 
ert Pollock, Giles Powers, Robert Shan- 
nahan. 

1956 

Robert Abrahamson, Robert Alcock, 
Mel Allen, Robert Aronno, Chester Cald- 
well, Robert Conroy, Robert Corey, 
Bernard Cudak, Richard Dumais, Brian 
Gorman, Robert Guglielmo, Phil lampi- 
etro, Donald Johnson, Malcolm Mac- 
Leod, Steve O'Brien, Donald O'Shea, 
Jerr\- Powers, Lester Premo, John Mc- 
Gowan, Ted Schmidt. 



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128 




Back Kow: Flalierty, Hennigan, Gorniley, Galloway, Gilniore, Blaiichard, Shores, Jennings, Peterson, Gibbons 
Third Row: Ripley, Kirsch, Johnson. Grandone, Corcoran, Jennison, Crory, Seaman, Spencer, Curtis, Powers, Coz- 

zens, Pollack 
Second Row: Shanahan, Karis, Kerr, Steere. Dalrymple, Benet, Burnc. Francis, Falconierf, Vartanian, Benson, 



Bruneau 
Front Row: Daigle, Erlands< 



Corr, Hicks, Maloney, Ca 



, Conway, MacDonald. Tucker, Drew, Fuccillo, Walter 



Combining versatility in campus 
activities with a colorful social 
calendar. Kappa Sigs enjoyed a 
year of success in every way — 
several brothers being prominent 
in varsity football and baseball as 
well as in Maroon Key, Interfra- 
ternity Council, Winter Carnival, 
Statesmen and Chorale. 

Highlights of the social program 
included Homecoming Weekend 
with the return of fifty alumni, the 
Christmas Orphans" party, the 
greatly successful Embassy Ball 
and the Annual Spring Formal. 



President: Richard Casey 
Vice-President: Richard Conway 
Secretary : Robert Maloney 
Treasurer: Lucien Prokopourich 



no 



KAPPA SIGMA 




Back Row: Johnson, Garnctt, DuVernois, Lyons, Daly, Lapointe, Tarpey, Swain, Dean 

Third Row: Morgan, Ritzi, Lynch, Fleming, Chiveney. Lcmay, Naida, MacLean, Dickinson. Ratyna, Hogan, Powers, 

Flood, Howland 
Second Row: McGrath, Callahan, O'Brien. Martin. 0">'eil. BragieL Long. Corkum. Englund. Lally. Odams, Gildea, 

Monaghan. Kex, Dijnphy, Barney 
Front Row: Courville. MacDonald. Whitmoro. Marshall. Ashe, Spat. Lndwig. Jacques, Eqiii. Anderson. Harlow, 

Morano 



President: Harry Lndwig 
Vice-President: Frank Jacques 
Secretary: Thomas Ashe 
Ti-easurer: William Spat 



Improvements to the house, 
many enjoyable social functions, 
and an outstanding pledge class 
made this a highly successful year 
for Lambda Chi Alpha. 

Lambda Chis particijiated in 
interfraternity competition with 
keen enthusiasm. The active social 
calendar included Homecoming 

LAMBOA CHI ALPHA. 



Weekend, the annual Christmas 
and St. Patrick's Day parties, and 
the fall and spring formals. 

Notable personal achievements 
helped to place the Lambda Chis 
high in the role of leaders in 
campus activities. The President 
and Vice-President of the Senior 
Class, Cadet Colonel of the AFR- 
OTC, President and Vice-President 
of Adelphia, Captain of the track 
team. Captain of the 1953 foot- 
ball team, and 195'2's INIan of the 
Year were all Lambda Chis. 

The year 1953 also marked the 
fortieth anniversary of the local 
chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha, the 
event being celebrated by the an- 
nual Foimders' Day Banciuet. 



i;50 



Hubert L. Akerson, Xorinaii E. Ander- 
son, Francis A. Barons, John II. Bresna- 
han, Donald J. Bruni, Thomas E. Cauley, 
Roliert L. C'orknni, Edward F. Courville, 
Frank N. Dickinson, Richard E. Driscoii, 
Da\id J. Flood, Robert W. Grayson, 
Thomas I. Harlow, George V. Hogan, 
George II. Howland, Peter AV. Kenney, 
Vincent F. Lally, Basil H. IMacDonald, 
Donald A. MacLean, Alfred P. Morano, 
Robert W. Mulvaney, John F. O'Brien, 
Jr., Charles F. Ritzi, William R. Whit- 
more. 

1954 

Pio Angelini, Thomas J. Ashe, Eugene 
F. Bragiel, John J. Chiveney, Francis J. 
Daly, Paul P. DiVincenzo, Glenn R. 
Dunphy, Randolph W. Englund, Robert 
J. Equi, Peter Figgie, James J. Fleming, 
Raymond Garnett, Frank L. Jacques, Jr., 
Edward M. Lally, Eugene J. Lapointe, 
Robert W. L'Esperance, Raymond J. 
LeMay, Harry M. Ludwig, Lawrence A. 
Marshall, Owen R. O'Neil, Joseph A. 
Powers, Jr., William J. Rex, William C. 
Spat. 

1955 

Daniel R. Callaghan, Robert J. Clark, 
W'illiam J. Dean, Jr., Robert C. DuVer- 
nois, Joseph jNI. Faucette, Robert B. 
Gildea, John R. Howard, Jr., William H. 
Lyons, John J. [Martin, Edmund Monag- 
han, Jr., Thomas L. Morgan, Robert S. 
Odams, Richard C. Swain. 

1956 
Paul Aho, Albert Bessette, Ralph Bud- 
reau, George Constantino, William Dana- 
her, Richard Devlin, James Egan, Rich- 
ard Eid, Charles Eliot, Albert Estes, 
Thomas Farragher, Robert Finn, Weaker 
Frye, Donald Hallett, David Hintze, 
William Hoss, Robert Kenney, Russell 
Kidd, Richard Konopka, Wilbert Lep- 
kowski, Charles Murdough, John Newall, 
Henrv Trull, Gus Winters. 




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LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 



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1953 

Verne Adams, Richard Bellows, Vance 
Blake, Russell Briere, William Call, 
James Chapman, William Cody, John 
Dent, Donald Dewing, Vincent Galli, 
Robert Garnett, Stanley Goodnow, Wil- 
liam Graham, Lawrence Haworth, Mi- 
chael Marcinkowski, Thomas Murphy, 
Edward Sexton, Norman Silcox, John 
Sniado, David Tarr, Raymond Tenney, 
Kendall Walsh. 



^i:k 




195It 

Kutty Bedrosian, John Bestgen, Charles 
Burns, Alan Clarke, Edward Conceison, 
John Delahunt, Anthony DiNardo, Henry 
Frenette, Frank Hadley, Robert Hen- 
rickson, Joseph Lucier, John Marx, Henry 
Mosychuck, Benjamin Nason, Richard 
Perkins, Joseph Phelan, Paul Raymond, 
Allen Shumway, James Stamatopulis, 
Edward Sullivan, ISIilton Taft, Herbert 
Towers. 

1955 

George Chandler, James Coleman, 
Chris Collins, William Conlin, John Farn- 
ham, Arnold Feener, Thomas Fleming, 
John Flynn, Charles Gould, Ralph Gras- 
so, Richard Greene, Walter Keaney, 
Jerry Higgins, John Patten, Robert 
Pelosky, Richard Quigley, Joseph Szew- 
czak, Lewis Taylor, Alan Woodworth. 

1956 

Jack Balaguer, Bud Bauchiero, Ted 
Bliss, Dick Bombard, Bob Bowman, 
John Canavan, Jordan Chatis, Jim Di 
Profio, Bob Donald, Ed Duggan, Art 
Dugas, Thomas Hancock, Paul Heffer- 
nan, John Killoy, Phil Landon, Ralph 
McLeod, Paul Normand, David St. 
Lawrence, George Stout, 



PHI SIGMHAPPA 



V.Vl 




Back Row: Pelosky. Patton, Briere, Bestgen, Henrickson, Chapman 

Tliird Row: Higgins, Phclan. Woodworth, Flynii, Nason, Marx, Quigley, Taft, Perkins, E 
Second Row: Taylor, Shuniway, Keaney. Feener, Could, Calli, Collins, Sexton, Tenney, Co 
Front Row: Goodnow. Murpliy, Marcinkowski, Dent, Tarr, Siloox, Garnett, Blake, Lucici 



in, Greene, Towers 
Sniado, Ilaworth, Ada 



A fraternity with diversified in- 
terests, a fraternity that partici- 
pates in all school and interfra- 
ternity events, a fraternity that 
always has a congenial atmosphere 
— of this type of fraternity Phi 
Sig may proudly boast. 

Politically, Phi Sigma Kappa 
upheld a long standing tradition, 
with many class offices falling to 
house members. 

The social calendar at Phi Sig 
was always full. It included the 
Autumn Nocturne Formal held in 
the Spring, costume dances and 
the faculty whist party. 



President: Norman Silcox 
Mce-President : Robert Garnett 
Secretary: David Tarr 
Treasurer: John Dent 



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Back Row: Dennis. Walker, Masaschi, Spencer, Owen, Hopkins 

Third Row: Sniitli. Allen. Maroni. Nixon, Deans. Winston. Levenson, Bolton. Carignan 

Second Row: Dube. Patterson. Kenney. Bushy. Brown. Charlwood. McClure, Butler. George. Sowerby 

Front Row: Wood. Beddow. McMnllin. St. Germain. Koehler, Johnson, Davis, Liberty. Rosa, Tetreault, I'y 



President: Victor Johnson 

^^ice-President : Carlion Koehler 

Recording Secretary : 

Albert St. Germain 

Corresponding Secretary : 

Robert H. Deems 

Treasurer: Frank Daris 



This year Q.T.V. continued its 
participation in all phases of cam- 
pus life as it has since 1869. 

The menil)ers were greeted this 
year with a new addition to our 



house which now accommodates 
10 additional brothers. This year 
Q.T.V. held its annual Orphans' 
Party, entertaining some under- 
privileged children from the Am- 
herst area. The social activities of 
the year were highlighted by the 
Traditional Homecoming Week- 
end, the Hallowe'en Party, the 
Annual Lawn Party and the White 
Rose Formal. 

The only sad note was the loss 
of some of our brothers to Uncle 
Sain. This year also saw Q.T.V. 
pledge a large class which it is 
hoped will continue to uphold the 
traditions of our house. 



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Richard Beddow 
dre Tetreault. 



1953 

^'ict()I• John 



An- 



1954 

Richard Carignan, Frank Davis, Rob- 
ert Deans, Howard Dennis, Donald 
George, Stephen Hopkins, Carlton Koeh- 
ler, Raymond Letourneau, Harokl Liberty, 
George ^NIcMullin, Richard Paterson, 
Robert Pywell, Robert Rosa, Albert St. 
Germain, Merril Walker, Peter Webber, 
John Winston, David Yesair. 



1955 

Norman Allen, Richard Bolton, David 
Bresnahan. Donald Brown, Ronald Bushy, 
John Butler, Ralph Charhvood, Ernest 
Dube, Orvis Kinney, Paul Levenson, 
Robert Maroni, Thomas McClure, Daniel 
Melley, Theodore Nixon, Thomas Ott, 
Stephen Owen, Ronald Prentice, Richard 
Scarafoni, James Smith, Robert Sowerby, 
Dean Wood, Fredrick Spencer, John 
Masaschi. 

1956 

]Mitchie Backiel, Albert Belisle, Donald 
Brown, Robert Evans, Robert Ford, Ed- 
ward Fouhy, Robert Gardner, Neil Har- 
rington, Theodore Kehoe, Donald Mc- 
Gonagle, Alan McKie, Steinar Midttun, 
Frank Misiorski, Edward Moriarty, Rich- 
ard Pelkey, John Ramsdell, John Schens- 
nol, James Skillings, Raymond Sullivan, 
William Sullivan, William Swansburg, 
John Sweeney, William Turgeon, Edward 
Toomey, Robert Windt. 




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HAE 




1953 

Robert Anasoulis, Richard Arcici, 
Thomas Bevivino, Richard BoutiHer, 
Robert Cross, David Curran, Joseph 
Daly, Charles Demers, William Egan, 
Walter Farin, Walter Geoffrion, George 
Goding, Charles Dort, John Granville, 
Herbert Headle, John Howard, Donald 
Lewis, Robert Nolan, Charles OIney, 
Alexander Price, William Stephens, Vitie 
Vilesis, Hutch Williams. 



1954- 

Harrison Aldrich, Paul Ayers, David 
Chapla, Robert Collegan, Edward Craig, 
Anthony Chambers, John Dillon, Gerald 
Drewes, Samuel Ellsworth, Edward Fili- 
ault, Robert Gibbons, Louis Glinka, Jo- 
seph Guarnotta, William ^lahoney, John 
Manning, Frank McXiff, John O'Donnell, 
Donald Pearse, Frank Perrin, Paul Pud- 
dington, Charles Redman, Robert Smith, 
Harold Soutier. 



1955 

Frank Apicella, James Cooper, Fred 
Curtis, Charles Dean, Steve Dwyer, 
George Jones, Walter Kangas, Richard 
Lawson, Richard Mahoney, Frank jNIc- 
Dermott, Al Paro, Richard Pescosolido, 
Robert Petrin, Donald Swanson, Robert 
Tashjian, Richard Torchia. 



1956 

Vance Boyd, Henry Brelawa, Robert 
Bruso, John Campos, Louis Gobeille, Ken 
Hearn, Joseph Kmetz, Jerry Nally, Frank 
Napoli, John Skypeck, Ed Szymanski, 
Brian Wilcox. 



SIGMHLPHAEPSILON 



18(5 




ow. Puddington, Pescosolitlo 
s, Blomstrom, Donnelly, Sotilii 



Back Row: O'Donnell, Malioncj. Dwjer, W illi;iM... K;mi:;;i-, I.;i 
Third Row: Drcwes, Manning, Mahoney, I'olts, Glinka, .lone 

Tashjian, Cooper 
Second Row: Chapla, Smith, Paro, Vilesis, Mellor, Sottnng, Merrill, Pearse, Farin, Craig, Men to, Dillon, Dab- 
Front Row: Anasoulis, Curran. Bevivino, Filiault, Egan, Redman. Headle, Arcici, Olney. Nolan. Lewis. Bout 



This past year the men of SAE 
again proved themselves to be 
leaders in all phases of campus ac- 
tivity. SAE's were prominent in 
varsity sports, campus commit- 
tees and student government or- 
ganizations. 

During the Spring of '52 the 
fraternity won first place in basket- 
ball. The Purple and Gold also 
won the Interfraternity sing, bowl- 
ing, and came in third in softball. 
In the overall competition, SAE 
placed a close second. 

This past year SAE sponsored 
some of the best functions of the 
social season. Among the high- 
lights of the year were the Farm- 
ers' Frolic, the January Thaw% the 



President: William Egan 
Vice-President: John Granville 
Secretary: Charles Redman 
Treasurer: Edward Filiault 



Apache Dance, and the Spring 
Formal. 

The fratex"nity continued to be 
a well-rounded brotherhood. With 
a well-chosen pledge class, the 
future security of the principles and 
aims of SAE has been assured. 

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137 




1(1. Rodciiliizer, Devaney, Barro>vs 

.iiilt. Wilde, Stockbride[e. White. Cotton. BalTo. Re 



Back Row: WlieeUr. FoKelKreii. Diivernois. liaydeii. < 
Third Row: Hamilton. Carrol. Ondek. McMalion. Bi II 

Dedenrwaerder 
Second Row: MacLauchlin. Bollet«. Heiiltz-. Hergenrolher. Ilergenrotlier. Bonney. Shrader, MacGowan. Don 

While. Marshall. Segal. Gaetz. Hayn 
Front Row: Pina. Tomlinson. Barnes. Audette. Parks. Servais. Shorey. Handy. Priest. Tooker. Montigny. Taylc 



President: Harry Shorey 

Vice-President: Robert Servais 

Recording Secretary : 

William Shrader 

Historian: Wallace Handy 



The Sig ¥jps continue to be 
prominent in almost all of the 
campus organizations and activi- 
ties not only in number but in im- 
])ortance as well. Sig Eps are ac- 
tive in the Index, Collegian, Oper- 
etta Guild, Roister Doisters, the 
Concert Association, Sports, 

SIGMA PHI [PSILON 



Cheer-leading, Senate, Judiciary, 
WMUA, Winter Carnival, ROTC, 
and many of the clubs on campus. 
Scholastically, Sig Ep has re- 
mained with the leaders. 

There have been many activi- 
ties within the house as well as on 
campus. The Sig Eps have painted 
the exterior and made many in- 
ternal improvements to the house, 
as well as enlarging the parking 
lot. Socially, Sig Ep continues its 
tradition of outstanding parties 
which have been well attended by 
other than fraternity men. Most 
notable of these have l)een the 
annual Sweetheart Ball, Basin 
Street Ball, Circus Party, and the 
annual Fiesta Party. 



i;58 



1953 

Donald Aiidette, Sam Baft'o, James 
Barnes, Charles DeDeurwaerder, Frank 
Donovan, Richard Hamilton, Wallace 
Handy, Morris Hayn, Rudolph Hergen- 
rother, Norman Montigny, Thomas Parks, 
Edwardo Pina, Robert Priest, Robert 
Servais, Harry Shorey, William Shrader, 
Alan Taylor, Albert Tomlinson, Charles 
Tooker. 



1954 

Robert Arsenault, Ralph Barrows, 
Donald Bell, Richard Bonny, George 
Brassells, William Carroll, A. Clayton 
Copeland, James DeVaney, Eugene Du- 
dek, Francis DuVernois, A. Roy Fogel- 
gren, Charles Gaetz, Randy Hayden, 
John Heintz, Karl Hergenrother, Phil 
MacCarthy, Hugh INIacKenzie, Robert 
MacLaughlin, Louis Marshall, William 
ISIcGowan, Robert McMahon, David 
Segal, Duane Wheeler, Edwin White. 



1955 

Edward Beaudry, Charles Bolles, Alan 
Gotten, Neil Fleming, Burt Hubley, 
Bruce Nilsson, Jack O'Connell, Edward 
Stockbridge, Jack Tillson, Robert White, 
Kenneth Wilde, Donald Rhodenheiser. 



1956 

Robert Bairstow, William Barnard, 
David Caverly, William Donald, Roger 
Dudeck, James Dunham, Michael Fer- 
ber, Henry Frederickson, Benjamin Get- 
chell, Donald Lee, Peter Proud, Mark 
Rand, Harold Riding, Richard Steele, 
Paul Thomas, Francis Varnum, George 
White, Stanton White. 



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SIGMA PHI EPSILON 



139 




TE* 




1953 

Joe Broude, Bob Facktoroff, Mort Gel- 
ler, Bob Hyman, Duve Marshall, Larry 
Miller, Dan Rosenfield, Marv Schindler, 
Bob Segal, Bob Skolnick, Dave Sokol, 
Mark Titlebaum, Bernie Weinstein, Clint 
Wells. 



195^ 

Leonard Antiles, Gerry Appel, Marv 
Bass, Herb Belkin, Larry Berlin, Al 
Bresnick, Joe Cohen, Charlie Feldberg, 
Bruce Fox, ^Nlort Goldberg, Pete Gorshel, 
Norm Kaufman, Ozzie Resnick, Bob 
Rodman, ^Nlarv Rosen, Gerry Tober, 
Marty Wolf, Lionel Wolpert. 



1955 

Irwin Alberts, Leonard Barber, Dan 
Bobrick, Eddie Cohen, Stan Cramer, 
Dave Ganz, Mike Goldberg, Bernie Gold, 
Jack Golden, Stan Handman, Marty 
Isenberg, Al Lemack, Irwin Less, Jordan 
Liner, Ira Nottinson, Jim Potter, Richard 
Rutfield, Larry Sax, Walt Schwimmer, 
Herb Stone, Ed Swartz, Jordan Wein- 
berg, Barry Bunshoft. 



1956 

Louis Bernstein, Harold Bowers, Mau- 
rice Chefitz, Leon Cohen, Allan Dushman, 
Norman Ferland, Irwin Fisher, Howard 
Forman, Victor Freedman, Richard Good- 
man, Arnold Gordenstein, Arthur Hoff- 
man, Charles Itchkowitz, John Jacobson, 
Noel Lemack, Jack Miller, Jay Posnik, 
Philip Poverman, Sheldon Rutstein, Tev- 
ya Schlafman, Marshall Schreter, San- 
ford Shapiro, Milton Shupe, Maurice 
Silverman. 



lAUEPSILONPH 



140 




Back Row: Potter, Tober, Resnick, Cohen, Belkin, Schwimmer, Wolf, Rodman, Gorshel 

Third Row: Weinberg, Isenberg, Sax, Schwartz, Stone, Appel, Bresnick, Bobrick, Segal, Berlin, Nottonsoii. Ituii^liul'l 

Less 
Second Row: Golden, Kaufman. Bornstein, Lemack, Wolpert, Fox, Cohen, Rutfield, Facktoroff, Ganz, Liner 
Front Row: Hyman, Wells, Titlebaum, Sokol, Weinstein, Marshall, Geller, Broude, Rosenflcld, SkoUiick, Schindler 

Miller ' 



TEP, once again, enjoyed a 
most successful year on campus. 
The Chapter house was renovated 
and redecorated by the brothers 
at the beginning of the year. The 
brothers were prominent in every 
major campus activity, such as 
Mih Ball, the Collegian, the Hand- 
book, the Index, Senate, Football 
Squad. Dance Band. Socially, the 
annual "Heaven," "Hell," Home- 
coming and "Confederate" dances, 
plus the new "Thug" dance, were 
highlights of the year. The Annual 
Initiation banciuet-and-ball held in 
March was the outstanding social 
event of the year. 

A fine class of new brothers was 
added to the House to insure the 
continuation of Tau Epsilon Phi's, 
contribution to the University. 



President: Morty Geller 
Vice-President: Dave Marshall 
Secretary: Marv Schindler 
Treasurer: Joe Broude 



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141 




Back Row: Flynn, Orff, Schadlick, Croiiiii. Tilton. Cave. Leavitt, Stutsman. Mcrritt. Porter 

Third Row: Bell, Jack, Campbell, McClareii. Burllngame. Rattman. Keefe. Smitli. Cliruseliiel. I'carsoii. Hanson. 

Rogers, Avery 
Second Row: Goode. Barkham, Fortanas, Carney, Hall, Picard, Baglione, Keasan. Davis. Q-Brien. Junkins. Kilbourne, 

Garner, Carter. Bristol, Christianson 
Front Row: Friend, Gajewski, Warren, Rabaioli, Rabbins. Saunders. Marlin. Wells. Lajoie. Gunter. Win terbalter. 

Ritter 
Floor: Corbett. Proctor, Lilly, Russell, Markett, Brazil, Cairnes. Bcrretta, Baker. Berg. Mo 



President : Herheri Saunders 
Vice-President: Paul Robbins 
Secretary: Douglas Martin 
Treasurer: Robert Wells 



The brothers got off to a good 
start this year after winning first 
place in the '51-' 52 Interfraternity 
Competition. During the fall, The- 
ta Chi won first place in the float 
parade and its football team also 
caine through on top. With this 
record behind them they feel con- 
fident that this year will be just 
as successful, and by the look 
of the active and ambitious pledge 



class Theta Chi will have a great 
team working toward keeping up 
its fine tradition of leadership 
on campus. . . .All enjoy the dis- 
tinctly new atmosphere felt in 
the "hallowed halls" by the pre- 
sence of the house-mother, Mrs. 
Doering; and with Mrs. Pease 
cooking, the house has really be- 
come a home .... Remembering the 
semi-annual Parents" Day weekend, 
the log cabins in Dogpatch County 
on Sadie Hawkins day, the beauti- 
ful Carnation Ball, the Bowery 
Ball with its long established tradi- 
tion, and the spring Mass Grass, 
we look l)ack on '5'i-'53 with fond 
hearts and wonderful memories. 



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142 



1953 

David Baker, James Bristol, Alan 
Carter, David Cave, Edward Friend, Alan 
Garner, Robert Gunter, Donald Junkins, 
Walter Kilbourne, John Lajoie, Alan 
Leavitt, Douglas Martin, David O'Brien, 
Alfred Rabaioli, John Ritter, Paul Rob- 
bins, Herbert Saunders, Blanche Warren, 
Robert Wells, Frederick Williams, Alan 
Winterhalter. 




1954 

Edward Avery, Frank Bartlett, Donald 
Bell, Carl Berg, Robert Berretta, Cle- 
ment Burlingame, Richard Carey, David 
Carney, John Davis, John Flynn, Walter 
Gajewski, Alan Good, James Jack, Walter 
]Markett, Benjamin McClaren, Cyril Mer- 
ritt, Richard Norman, Kenneth Orft', 
Eugene Picard, Irving Pierson, Joseph 
Rogers Jr., Robert Russell, Peter Smith, 
Gifford Stutzman, Charles Tilton, Robert 
Watts. 



1955 

Joseph Baglione, John Brazil, James 
Butler, Richard Cairns, Edward Camp- 
bell, Donald Christianson, Paul Cronin, 
Ralph Hall, Edward Hanson, Frederick 
Law, John Lilly, Raymond Procter, Wil- 
liam Rattman, William Reagan, Herbert 
Simmons. 



1956 

Peter Brown, Clinton Davis, Peter 
Doiron, Edward Donaldson, Richard 
Guenard, Robert Jacobson, Richard Luni- 
bert, James ^Miller, Richard Murray, 
George Peirce, ^lichael Piecewicz, Robert 
Stewart, Robert Sturtevant, Louis Sulli- 
van, Gerald Turner. 



ex 




THEIHHI 



143 




1953 

Glenn Barber, P]dward Beckwitli, John 
Carty, Sherwood Carver, Raymond Chap- 
pell, Donald Chucka, Carl Cousineau, 
Lawrence Hobson, David Hultgren, Don- 
ald Kiihn, Ralph Levitt, Colin Moodie, 
Kenneth Moser, Joseph Powers, Freder- 
ick Selfridge, Charlie Shields, John Stuart, 
John Swana. 



1954. 

]Michael Byer, Leonard Campbell, Rich- 
ard Costello, Arthur Geissler, Robert 
Hulsman, David Jordan, John Miller, 
Edward O'Day, John Penn, Elbert Rich- 
ards, Edward Stiles, David Tatham, 
Clinton Watson. 



1955 

Ronald Babineau, James David, Rob- 
ert Gallagher, Donald Halloran, Charlie 
Hamilton, Ralph Lawton, Robert Le- 
vesque, Paul Maclnnis, Jack Mahoney, 
George McCrillis, John Pavlo\'ich, Don- 
ald Phillips, Louis Roncarati, James 
Stewart, Allan Turner. 



1956 

John Bianchi, David Curry, Joh 
tus, Walter Stec. 



Eel- 



lUklUhlUh 



\u 




Back Row: Mahoney, Maclnnis, Moodie, Carver, O'Day, Carty, Roncarati, Bcckwith 

Third Row: Richards, Jordan, Halloran. Hamilton, Stiles, Geissler, Selfridge, Phillips. Gallagher. Pcnn, I 

David, Stewart 
Second Row: Lawton, Miller, Hulsnian. Turner, Watson. Costello. Chucka, Stuart, Pavlovich, Babineau, Le 

Tatham 
Front Row: Cousineau. Chappell, Moser, Barber, Carty, Campbell, Powers, Byer, Kuhn, Shields, Levitt, Hultg 



Starting the year with forty- 
seven members, Tri-Zeta shifted 
into high gear in the third year of 
its existence. Members partici- 
pated actively in all major campus 
events. 

Among its more important acti- 
vities, Tri-Zeta gained recognition 
by a well-backed social program 
and a series of excellent motif 
parties, among which were the 
annual "Fall Ball"" and "Pago 
Pago." Members were represented 
in x\delphia, Maroon Key, Cross 
Country, Laci'osse, Operetta Guild, 
the Collegian, and Phi Kappa Phi. 
The fraternitv ranked third in 



President: Leonard Campbell 
Mce-President : Joseph Powers 
Secretary: Michael Byer 
Treasurer: John Carty 



scholastic standings last year, and 
placed second in the inter-fraterni- 
ty skits. 

Still building for the future, the 
fraternity hopes to add to its 
trophy room. x\mong immediate 
plans are an increase in member- 
ship, the purchase of a new house, 
and plans to affiliate with a non- 
sectarian national fraternitv. 



ZEIAZEIAZEIA 



14.5 




Back Row: Hoff, Mahar, Falvey, Sedgwick, Sicgmun. 
Front Row: Labb, Andrews, Taylor, Littlewood, Holn 



McLaughl 
;r, McKean 



n, Runstein 
Ahearn, Liva 



President: Robert Littlewood 
Vice-President: John Holmer 
Secretary: David McKean 
Treasurer: Russell Taylor 



Starting its first full year on 
campus, Delta Sig has shown amaz- 
ing stamina for a new organiza- 
tion. In spite of its relatively few 
members Delta Sig has partici- 
pated in all inter-fraternity activi- 
ties. Many members are active in 
the Chorale, Collegian, "Campus 
Varieties," Operetta, WMUA, 

DELTA SIGMA CHI 



SCA, and many other campus 
groups. 

Even though the fraternity lacks 
a house at the present time, and is 
located at Middlesex dorm, other 
fraternities have been generous in 
the loaning of their facilities. The 
Dean's Saturday and Winter Won- 
derland parties were held at Q.T.V. 
and Kappa Sig respectively. The 
fraternity had the use of the 
Reeds" house for several other 
fvmctions, and two open dances 
were held at Drill Hall. 

With the incoming freshman 
class, membership was doubled and 
with this influx there is no doubt 
that Delta Sig will strengthen its 
position as a youthful, dynamic 
and expanding fraternity. 



[146: 



Richard Andrews. 



1955 

John Ahearn, Russell Falvey, Lawrence 
Hoff, John Holmer, Wilham Labb, Robert 
Littlewood, Roger Li\'as, Thomas Mac- 
Laughhn, John Mahar, David JMcKean, 
Ronald Runstein, Thomas Sedgewick, 
Emil Siegmund, George Siddall, Russell 
Tavlor, 



AUX 



1956 

Donald Alaconis, Donald Blatchley, 
Philip Briggs, Fred Farrell, William Fin- 
ley, Donald Folsom, Norman Fredette, 
Dante Fresia, Frank Hall, Paul Knight, 
Thomas McRae, Richard Miller, Warren 
Pearson, Thomas Prince, Norman Reiser. 




DELIA SIGMA CHI 



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SPORTS 








SUMMARY 




Mass. 


3 


Connecticut 


5 


Mass. 


4 


Williams 





Mass. 


5 


Boston College 


2 


Mass. 


1 


Boston University 


4 


Mass. 


6 


New Hampshire 





Mass. 


1 


Trinity 


2 


Mass. 


15 


Coast Guard 


3 


Mass. 


6 


Springfield 


4 


Mass. 


5 


Worcester Tech 


3 


Mass. 


8 


Middlebiiry 


5 


Mass. 


6 


Vermont 


3 


Mass. 


4 


Vermont 


3 


Mass. 


3 


Clark 


1 


Mass. 


2 


A.I.C. 


3 


Mass. 





Rhode Island 


5 


Mass. 


5 


Rhode Island 


2 


Mass. 


1 


Tufts 


2 


Mass. 





Northeastern 


2 


Mass. 


2 


Amherst 


1 



•'Take Mc Out to the Ball Ga 




The 1952 baseball season was 
one of the most successful that the 
Redmen have enjoyed in recent 
years. The team's statistical record 
of 12 wins and 7 losses is hardly an 
adequate gauge of their play. 

It seems to have been a case of 
baseball's necessary supplement to 
skill — the breaks — eluding the 
Redmen on the field. However, the 
season did produce many promis- 
ing ballplayers for 1953; and among 
the more prominent of the new- 
comers were Pedigree, Lajoie, 
Swanson, and MacKenzie. 

The Lordenmen started the sea- 
son at Storrs against the defending 
Yankee Conference Champions, 
U Conn. Erratic fielding and poor 
hitting resulted in a 5-3 UMass 
defeat. The Redmen recovered 



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1,50 



quickly and Spring Day fans at the 
University watched Bob Kroeck 
limit the Ephmen of Williams Col- 
lege to a 4-hit shutout while 
UMass hitters piled up a -I--0 
victory. 

The team's second win came at 
the expense of a powerful Boston 
College combination, diet Cor- 
kum, winner of the Joseph E. 
Thompson Award, pitched bril- 
liantly to win his first victory. 
Sophomore Bob Pedigree sparked 
the timely batting barrage needed 
to insure Corkum's 5-3 win. 

At Nickerson Field in Weston, 
the Redmen lost their second game 
to Boston Universitv bv a 4-1 




Coach Earl Lorden 



Chet Corkum won his second 
gaine of the year and the first 
away-from-home game for the Uni- 
versity by pitching an exciting 
3-0 shutout against New Hamp- 
shire. 



Back Row: MacKenz.ic, R. Corkum, Blancliard, Swaiison, Manager Fabcrmaii 

Second Row: Costello, Burns. Bakey. Lajoie, Driscoil, Pedigree. Pasteris 

Front Row: Akerson, Rabaioli. C. Corkum, Smith, Kroeck, Doherty- DiVincenzo 




«a| 






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151 



The next road game, not as 
fortunate, saw the Lordenmen bow 
to Trinity by a 2-1 decision in a 
closely contested match. Our come- 
back was quick. Visiting at the 
Coast Guard Academy, the Red- 
men introduced themselves with a 
devastating '-2'-2-hit attack that 
smothered the seamen by a 15-3 
score. John Pasteris paced the 
winners with five hits. 

Facing highly rated Springfield, 
the defending regional NCCA 
champions, Chet Corkum again 
turned in a splendid performance 
to lead UMass to a well-earned 6-4 
victory. 

The University nine then re- 
turned to Alumni Field and reeled 
off their third consecutive win, and 





win number six, by defeating WPI 
by a score of 5 to 3. 

The Redmen commenced a 
three-game road trip with a 5-3 
victory over Middlebury College. 
This was followed by an overnight 
trip to \^ermont where the Mass. 
team played a doubleheader with 
the Catamounts. The first game 
found UlNIass coming up with five 
runs in the last inning to win, 6-3. 
The nightcap was another thriller 
with the Redmen chalking up win 
nuniber nine by the very close 
margin of 4-3. 

Mctory number ten came by 
virtue of the successful debut of 
sophomore Hugh ^NlacKenzie who 
hurled his way to a 3-1 win over 
Clark. 



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152 



AIC put an end to the I'Mass 
winning streak by edging the Red- 
men ;5 to "2. Bases on balls led 
directly to the winning runs. 

Sporting a 10-4 record, the Uni- 
versity now played host to Rhode 
Island for a doubleheader. The 
result was an even split, with 
Rhode Island winning the first. 
5-0; and UMass. behind pitcher 
Don Swanson, coming back to win 
the second. 5 to "2. 

Following the four-game home 
stand, the Indians took a trip to 
play Tufts College. UMass ap- 
peared to have a 1-0 victory in 
their possession when Tufts sud- 
denly exploded with two runs for a 
'i-l victory. The Redmen suffered 
their seventh loss of the season at 
Northeastern. '■2-0. Corkum pitched 
his usual fine game but his team- 



mates failed to render the neces- 
sary batting jiunch. 

Commencement Day brought 
a large crowd to Alumni Field 
to witness a renewal of the tradi- 
tional UMass-Amherst rivalry. 
Senior diet Corkum made his final 
appearance his best as he pitched 
the Redmen to a 2-1 win. This 
game made an appropriate end to 
the season. 

Tribute must l)e paid to the 
consistent spirit of the team and to 
the outstanding individual per- 
formances of seniors Smith, Cor- 
kum, Kroeck, Gunn, and Doherty 
who contributed immensely to 
form the finest baseball team that 
the University has developed in 
manv vears. 



'Best Foot Fo 



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153] 







SUMMARY 




Mass. 


1 


Connecticut 


2 


Mass. 


7 


Williams 


6 


Mass. 


7 


Nichols Jr. College 


4 


Mass. 


1 


Trinity 


2 


Mass. 


1 


Springfield 


3 


Mass. 


3 


Amherst 


4 


Mass. 


10 


Deerfiekl 


6 


INIass. 


1 


Worcester Academy 


5 




The Little Indians posted a 
record of three wins and five de- 
feats for the 195^ season. In the 
opener Massachusetts lost a 2 to 1 
game to the Connecticut frosh but 
came back to take the next two 
games, 7-6 over Williams and 7-4 
over Nichols Junior College. Then 
they dropped a tight duel with 

FROSH BASEBALL 



Trinity by a (2 to 1 
Redmen were edged 
4-3 by the Springfield 
frosh in their next 
The hitters took ov 
with Deerfield which 
10-6. In the finale a 
cester Academy team 
decision. 



margin. The 
out 3-1 and 
and Amherst 
two outings, 
er the game 
U^NIass won 
strong Wor- 
took a 5 to 1 



154 







SUMMARY 




Mass. 


7 


Anihei-st 


4 


Mass. 


7 


Deerfield Academ\' 


4 


Mass. 


2 


Lowell Textile 





Mass. 


8 


Mount Hernion 


8 


.Mass. 


7 


Amherst 


15 




The University saw the first 
lacrosse team in its history take 
the field last spring under the 
guidance of Coach Ben Ricci. 
Although the team consisted, in 
most part, of inexperienced play- 
ers, it was able to close the season 
with an impressive record of 3-1-1. 

The outstanding play of Brian 
Toucher, honorary captain, as well 
as of attacks Dave Yessair and Bill 



Friendly Maylicm 

Moffitt, and of midfielder "Bo" 
White greatly contriliuted to the 
team's initial success. 

For his splendid work in both 
organizing and coaching the team, 
Ben Ricci was named "Coach of 
the Year." 

New ecjfuipment, to be available 
for the 1953 team, will, it is hoped, 
aid the lacrosse men to achieve an 
even more impressive record. 



Back Row: White, Huber, Puddington, Allen, Kaufman, David, Sears, Shores, Curtis, Silverman, Coach Ricci 
Second Row: Spencer, Moffitt, Jennison, Perrone, Winnerman, Yessair. Bilodeau, Hill. Paulovitch, Smith 
Front Row: Korzan, Mar^h. Mellor, Touher, Johnson, Briggs, Bruno 




LACROSSE 



155 








SUMMARY 




Mass. 


5 


Boston College 


4 


Mass. 


2 


Rensselaer 


7 


Mass. 


8 


Clark 


1 


Mass. 


7 


A.I.C. 


2 


Mass. 


2 


Trinity 


7 


Mass. 


1 


North Carolina 


8 


Mass. 


4 


Middlebury 


5 


Mass. 


6 


Vermont 


3 


Mass. 


2 


Springfield 


7 


Mass. 


4 


Tufts 


5 



The varsity tennis team, with 
Captain Bob Allen the only re- 
turning letterman, compiled a 4-6 
record last spring. A fine brand of 
tennis was played by freshman 
Clarence Simpson, who performed 



exceptionally well in the North 
Carolina match; while Bob Allen 
tiu'ned in a successful 8-'2 record in 
the single matches. The possibility 
in the coming season of a more 
experienced club pi-ovides Coach 



Back Row: Coacli Kosl 
Front Row: Tucker, Mu 



ski. Simpson 
}. \llen. Ro»! 



MacLeod. Tilton, Sterling, Thatcher, Manager Litwack 




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1.5(i 





Steve Koskowski with brighter 
prospects, since all of last season's 
lettermen but one will be available 
for play. With the exception of 
junior John MacLeod and senior 
]Mel Tucker, all the remaining 
players will be sophomores. 



1 (nil the conqu 




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157 




Although bettering the records 
of the past several spring track 
teams, the 1952 edition of the 
Derbymen suffered a mediocre sea- 
son, finishing under the .500 mark 
with but two wins in their six en- 
counters. In a losing cause, Harry 
Aldrich and Frank Barous were 
stand-outs in the mile and broad- 
jump, respectively. In the Con- 
necticut meet, Fred Law set a new 
outdoor record for the Universitv, 



Back Row: Ma 
Front Row: 



soaring 12' l^i" in the pole vault. 
Other consistent point scorers were 
Briere, Butler, Knapp, Nottonson, 
and Sullivan. 

SUMMARY 



Mass. 


47 


Williams 88 


Mass. 


63 


Trinity 62 


Mass. 


57 


Amherst 77 


Mass. 


65 


Worcester Tech 61 


Mass. 


37 


Northeastern 97 


Mass. 


491.3' 


Connecticut 85 ^^ 


]Mass. 


8 


Yankee Conference 


Mass. 





New Englands 


. nilll.r. s, 


iiiilli. I'orl 


,r. nro«... narron. Coach Derby 




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158] 



FALL SPORTS 




RtAH 







SUMMARY 




Mass. 


39 


Bates 


6 


Mass. 


13 


Connecticut 


26 


Mass. 


20 


Springfield 


20 


Mass. 


7 


Riiode Island 


26 


Mass. 


26 


Northeastern 


40 


Mass. 


26 


Brandeis 


6 


Mass. 


25 


New Hampshire 


13 


Mass. 


32 


Tufts 






The 195'-2 football season wel- 
comed Charlie O'Rourke to the 
Massachusetts campus with his 
new "straight T" formation. Ow- 
ing largely to injiu'ies and inexper- 
ience, the Redmen played an er- 



On a Saturday aft 





ratic equality of ball throughout 
their initial five games. Recovery 
of their fidl strength and a greater 
familiarization with the O'Rourke 
system enabled the team to func- 
tion as a smooth unit, and to fini.sh 
with three consecutive victories. 

The seasonal record of 4 wins, 
3 losses, and 1 tie represents the 
finest won-loss percentage since 
1946. With such an auspicious 
start, Coach O'Rourke appeared 
to have initiated a newer and 
greater athletic period at UMass. 

The traditional opening game 
against Bates College was won by 
a 39 to 6 score. Noel Reebenacker 
sparked the Redmen offense by 
completing 16 out of 23 attempted 
passes, which resulted in three 
touchdowns. Red Porter and 
George Howland contributed with 
several fine runs, and each was 
ultimateh' credited with scoring 



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160 



two touchdowns. At this pomt, 
things were looking good for the 
O'Rourkemen. 

The second game was a Yankee 
Conference contest against power- 
ful University of Connecticut at 
Storrs. After a scoreless first peri- 
od, the Redmen scored twice and 
led 13 to 7 at the half. In the third 
quarter Captain Bicknell and Al 
Gilmore were injured, and UConn 
proceeded to score twice. With the 
score 20-13 in favor of Connecticut, 
the Redmen drove 98 yards to the 
2-yard line but lost the ball on a 
fumble. This was the turning point 
of the game, as the home team 
again scored in the last 40 seconds 
of the game to make the final 
score Massachusetts 13, Connecti- 
cut 26. Once again Rowland and 
Reebenacker played outstanding- 
ly. Howland scored a pair of 
touchdowns as a result of catching 
two passes thrown by Reebenacker. 

The next game was played at 




Alumni Field with the Springfield 
College Maroons providing the 
opposition. The Redmen scored 
first when "the Reeb" threw a 36- 
yard pass to Little All- American 
Tony Chambers. The Maroon re- 
taliated for three touchdowns 
while the home team scored once. 
This made the score 20-13 with 
playing nearly finished. Reeben- 
acker then threw a long pass to 



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Howland who made a great catch 
and ran for a score. Jack George 
kicked the tying point and game 
conchided in a 20 to 20 deadlock. 

With a record of one win, one 
loss, and one tie the Redmen 
looked forward to their second 
Yankee Conference encounter. 

At Kingston, R. I., the Univer- 
sity siiccmnbed to a powerful sec- 
ond-half defense by Rhode Island. 
Thi'oughovit the first two periods, 
the pass attempts of Noel Reeb- 
enacker were consistently com- 
pleted. However, sparked by Pina, 
the Ram defense stopped Reeben- 
acker in the second half and went 
on to win by a 26 to 7 margin. 

Following a pattern of playing 
everv second game at Alumni 




Carryin' the mail 

Field, the Redmen returned to 
play host to Northeastern Univer- 
sity before a large Homecoming 
crowd. The ball team failed to 
present the Alumni with a victory, 
playing what turned out to be 

•i, Hennessy, Hendrickson, Naida, Chambers, McDer- 



Back Row: Coach Curraii. Manager Dillon, Manager Falc 

mott. Hennigan 
Fourth Row: Coacli Lordcn, Berlin, Crandone, Corcoran, Vickerson, Bissonnette, Finan, Adams, Torchia 
Third Row: Coach Q-Rourke, .Tunkins, Gilmore, Ashe, Wofford, Szurek, Taft, Phelan, George, Demers, Coach Glad- 

chuk 
Second Row: Trainer Ricci. Prokopowich, Hicks, Rex, Kirsch. Curtis. Gildca, Casey, Conway, DiGianimarino, Coach 

Massucco 
Front Row: Redman, MacPhee, Reebenacker, Howland, Bicknell. Porter, Benson, DiVencenzo, Jacques 



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their worst game of the season. 
The previously injured players re- 
turned to action, but five costly 
fiunbles led directly to North- 
eastern touchdowns. The defeat 
overshadowed another splendid 
passing effort on the part of Ree- 
benacker, who threw 4 touchdown 
passes. At this point the record 



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passed accurately, blocked sharply, 
and tackled hard. Don Junkins, 
Fi'ank DiGiammarino, and Noel 
Reebenacker were standout per- 
formers in these departments. 

The final home game of the year 
was against the University of New 
Hampshire Wildcats. Again the 
O'Rourkemen performed well and 
earned a 25 to 13 win. The out- 
come was never in doubt, as Tony 
Chambers made two diving catch- 
es of Reebenacker' s passes to ac- 
count for a l'-2 to nothing lead in 
the first quarter. The Redmen 
scored once in the second period, 
once in the third, , and then pro- 
ceeded to make use of substitutes. 
Tony Chambers was by far the of- 
fensive star of the game. The vic- 
tory balanced the won-loss record 



stood at 1 victory, 3 losses, and 1 
tie, with the final 3 games sche- 
duled against very strong oppo- 
sition. 

The following Saturday the Red- 
men traveled to ^Nlai'cus Field in 
^Yaltham to play undefeated Bran- 
deis University. The thrice-beaten 
visitors surprised the Judges by 
scoring first and often to achieve a 
26 to 6 victory. This was by far 
the best game of the year from the 
UMass viewpoint. The team 




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U. M. on the olTeii 



at three, with one game remain- 
ing. 

The Redmen achieved their 
third straight win over Tufts Col- 
lege by a score of Si to at the 
Tufts Oval in Medford. The vis- 
itors played a vastly superior ball 
game and the issue was settled 
very quickly as UMass scored 
three times in the first few minutes 
of the play. The game was marked 
by several innovations of consider- 
able interest. For the first time in 
history, a UMass athletic event 
was broadcast over television. In 
addition. Coach O'Rourke sur- 
prised the fans by having lineman 
George Bicknell carry the ball in an 
effort to score. Unfortunately, how- 
ever, he was stopped several inches 



short of the goal. Don Junkins, a 
senior, who had not previously at- 
tempted to kick the point after 
touchdown, successfully converted 
two times. It was indeed a fitting 
climax to a successful season of 
football. 

Individual honors are bestowed 
on Coach Charlie O'Rourke for his 
expert direction of the squad; to 
Capt. George Bicknell for inspira- 
tional leadership; and lastly to the 
departing seniors who performed 
so splendidly. 

Such athletes as Reebenacker, 
Nolan, Prokopowich, Demers, 
Hicks, Adams, Szurek, Rowland, 
Junkins, Benson, and Conway con- 
stitute a group that will be diffi- 
cult to replace in the future. 



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SUMMARY 




Mass. 


27 


Springfield 


6 


Mass. 


12 


Connecticut 


14. 


Mass. 


1 


Worcester .\ca(leniy 


12 


Mass. 


20 


New Hampshire 


26 


INIass. 


12 


Trinity 


19 




The freshmen team began their 
season with a fast start by defeat- 
ing Springfield 27-6. Harold Bow- 
ers scored two of the touchdowns. 
Llifortunately. the remainder of 
the season was a disappointment. 
Starting with a close 14-12 loss to 
UConn, Mel Massucco's men lost 
their remaining games. 

Powerful Worcester Academy 



defeated the frosh "26-6 in a game 
which pitted Bobby Klim against 
his twin brother, Richie, of Wor- 
cester. The Little Indians made 
a strong bid at a comeback against 
New Hampshire, but despite Dick 
Bombard's three touchdowns, the 
game ended in a 26-20 UMass 
defeat. In the final game Trinity 
out-played the frosh 19-12. 



Back Row: Estes, Loftus, McDowan. Diimais. White, Coach Massucco, Klim, Hallctt. Kidd. Maiiarelia. Johnson, 

Pirro, Brown 
Second Row: Corey. Walls, Bernstein, Gorman, McEvilly, Urbaitis, Stewart, Finn, Lnnardini, Goodman, Katz 

Budreau 
Front Bow: Manager Aronno, Cardello, Matheson, Bowers, Johnson, Chatis, Sgan, DeValle, Szymanski, Rivers 

Tonelli, O'Brien, O'Shea, Shupe, Ballard 




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SUMMARY 




Mass. 


17 


W. P. I. 


42 


Mass. 


17 


Amherst 


44 


Mass. 


22 


Boston College 


39 


Mass. 


33 


Harvard 


24 


Mass. 


38 


Yale 


23 


Mass. 


18 


Williams 


40 


Mass. 


1st 


Yankee Conference 




Mass. 


2iul 


Connecticut Yalley 




Mass. 


7th 


New Englands 






out 


I C 4 A (ICAAAA) 







Trail blazers 



In 1952, Coach Lew Derby's 
cross-country team enjoyed an- 
other highly successful season, los- 
ing only to such powerful teams as 
Harvard and Yale in dual meets. 
Most notable accomplishments of 
the season were a second successive 
Yankee Conference title and a 
second place finish in the Connecti- 
cut Valley championship. 

The Redmen also placed seventh 
in the New England Intei'coUegi- 
ates. Harry Aldrich completed an- 

VARSIIYCROSS-COUNIRY 



other great season, placing first in 
every dual meet but one, and first 
in the Yankee Conference and 
Connecticut ^'alley championships. 
He also broke course records at the 
Yankee Conference and on the 
Yale home course. 

Hank Knapp was close behind, 
finishing fourth in dual competi- 
tion and tying Aldrich for first 
against Worcester Tech, Williams, 
and Amherst. One of the high 
points of the year occurred at 



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Hitting the trail 



Amherst when Aldrich, Knapp, 
Joe Kelsey, and Capt. George 
Coding all tied for first, and Bob 
Steere finished right behind the 
first two Jefl^men. 

Other members of the powerful 
squad were Charlie Stengle, Pio 



Angelini, and Dick Quigley. With 
only Captain George Coding grad- 
uating and several good freshmen 
coming up, the teams have pros- 
pects of reaching even greater 
heights next vear. 



Back Row: Anfiolini, Steere. Coaeli Derby 
Front Row: Kelsey, Rnapp. (iodinK. Milr 




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SUMMARY 


Mass. 


24 


Mt. Hermon 32 


Mass. 


24 


Harvard 35 


Mass. 


15 


Williams 50 


Mass. 


20 


Amherst 43 


Mass. 


1st 


Connecticut Valley 


Mass. 


3rd 


New Englands 


Mass. 


6th 


I C 4 A 



The University of Massachusetts 
freshmen harriers completed one 
of the most successful seasons in 
the history of oiu- cross country 
teams. Blessed with a wealth of 
running material, Coach Derby's 
proteges completed an undefeated 
season in dual meets. The high- 
light of the season was reached 
against the Williams frosh when 
six Massachusetts yearlings led 
the pack to the wire, recording 



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a perfect score of 15 points. 

The freshmen won the Connecti- 
cut Valley Championship for the 
third year in a row, placing six 
men among the first ten finishers 
and completing a great season by 
finishing third in the New Eng- 
lands and sixth in the I. C. A. A. A. A. 
meet. 



Back Row: Angelini, Newall, Power, Coach Derby 
Front Row: Horn. Frizzell, Moss. Lepkowski, Coiiv 




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Back Row: Coach Brt;:^^. >^ liitc. Puddington, O'Donncll, Bragiel, Dean, Suleski, Beaudry, Manager Dav 
Second Row: Dean^. Bridges, Babineau, Wilde. Monaghan, Hoelzel, Simpson, Yessair, Cornelius 
Front Row: Cole, Tucker, Curran, Hunter, Lapton, Beddow, Dickinson, Ritzi, Bacchieri 



The ^'al•sity Soccer team, under 
the tutelage of Larry Briggs, had 
a mediocre season this year. Their 
record of four wins, six losses, and 
one tie included many close games. 
AVith a little luck, the Briggsmen 
might have won a higher percent- 
age of their games. The Redmen 
wins came over AYorcester Tech, 



Connecticut, Clark, and Boston 
University. Standouts on this 
year's team included high-scorer 
Al Hoelzel, Captain Lapton, Yes- 
sair, Puddington, and goalie Deans. 
Puddington was elected captain of 
next year's Varsity Soccer team, 
and both he and Coach Briggs are 
working for an improved club. 







SUMISIARY 




Mass. 


1 


Dartmouth 


2 


Mass. 


1 


Union 


4 


Mass. 


2 


Williams 


3 


Mass. 


8 


W. P. I. 


2 


Mass. 


2 


Amherst 


2 


Mass. 


6 


Connecticut 





Mass. 





Trinity 


2 


Mass. 


i 


Clark" 


1 


Mass. 





Springfielcl 


4 


Mass. 





Tufts 


1 


Mass. 


3 


Boston University 






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Back Row: HoUis, Miklas, Sullivan. Stiles, MacDonald, Davenport, Menzies, Bartlctt, Smith 
Fourth Row: Tessioini, Bedell. Bayon, Ferry, Clement, Struthers, Duffy. Moynahan, Brigham 
Third Row: Kennedy, Flaherty, Donovan, Schnetzer. Nyberg, Augusta, Pond, Hartigan, Cate 
Second Row: Keeney, Elliott, Arthur, Lee, Tuttle, Smith, Lawson, Mansfield, Murphy, Hall, .lagiello 
Front Row: Okun. Lavangie, Parsons, Gomez, O'Keefe, Burlingame, Drill Master; Russell, Assistant Drill Master; 
Methe, Burrell. Cormier. Brown 



Highlighting the half-time shows 
of the football season was the 
University Drill team, the only 
one of its kind in the East. Five 
nights a week, in all kinds of 
weather, it was seen on the Drill 



Field, practising, practising: "col- 
umn left, to the rear march, watch 
the dress and cover. " Clem Bur- 
lingame, assisted by Bob Russell, 
directed the 48-girl scjuad. 



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170 




The chorus line 



Completing the pageantry of 
a college football game w'th its 
marching band, cheerleaders, and 
drill team, was the squad of six 
drum majorettes, under the leader- 
ship of Ginny Guettler. On Friday 
nights they added to the spectacle 
of the torchlight parade by twirling 
their lighted batons. 



Sparking the Friday night pep 
rallies and leading the fans in 
cheers at the games, both home 
and away, the cheerleaders helped 
prove to the team that their school 
was behind them. This group of 
eight cheerleaders, led by Dottie 
Hefferan, with their songs and 
cheers, added much to the enjoy- 
ment of the fall football season. 



Standing: McMuUin, DeDeurwaerder, HefTerau, Jones, Ennis, Allen, Urbanek 
Sittlns: Lee, Elliott 












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Football Interlude 




WINTER SPORTS 




VARSITY BASKETBALL SUMMARY 



Mass. 


56 


Northeastern 


6'2 


Mass. 


40 


Holy Cross 


76 


Mass. 


58 


Worcester Tech 


76 


Mass. 


39 


Amherst 


7'2 


Mass. 


58 


Tufts 


73 


Mass. 


73 


Middlebury 


77 


Mass. 


54 


Vermont 


6-2 


Mass. 


64 


Williams 


69 


Mass. 


50 


B. U. 


58 


Mass. 


68 


New Hampsliire 


76 


Mass. 


59 


American International 


84 


Mass. 


69 


Rhode Island 


88 


Mass. 


66 


Springfield 


77 


Mass. 


64 


M. I. T. 


60 


Mass. 


79 


Clark 


61 


Mass. 


51 


Conn. 


89 


Mass. 


73 


New Hampshire 


71 


Mass. 


61 


Trinity 


60 


Mass. 


49 


Coast Guard 


64 



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The 195'-2-53 basketball season 
found the Redmen waging an ex- 
tremely difficult campaign which 
was clearly reflected by their re- 
cord of four victories and 15 
defeats. The team, composed pri- 
marily of sophomores and juniors, 
had height but suffered from inex- 
perience. With these factors in 



mind, newly appointed Coach Bob 
Curran conducted the Redmen 
with the intention of molding 
basketball skill for the future. In 
addition, Coach Curran effectively 
instilled a spirit to win which was 
reflected in an aggressive type of 
play. Although frequently over- 
powered by a superior opponent, 




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the Maroon and White were never 
outfought. In this respect Bob 
Curran achieved an element of 
success in his initial year as head 
coach of basketball. 

The first game of the year was 
played at Northeastern and was 
won by the Huskies by a narrow 
62-56 margin. The Redmen, led 
by Captain Henry Mosychuk, 
played a good ball game, but fal- 
tered and lost in the final minutes. 
Encouraged by this performance, 
Curran looked forward to a possi- 
ble upset of his former Alma 
Mater, Holy Cross. 

But the University five was 
completely outplayed before a ca- 
pacity partisan crowd by the New 
England Collegiate Champions 
from Worcester. Displaying great 
speed and height, the Crusaders 
won easily by a 76-40 score. 

Awav from home for their sec- 



ond game, the Curramnen en- 
covmtered WPI. The Engineers, 
playing exceptionally well, con- 
structed a solid 76-58 victory. Ap- 
parently upset by these decisive 
beatings, the Redinen exhibited 
their worst basketball of the year 
by losing to both Amherst and 
Tufts by large scores. 

Burdened with a discouraging 
record of five successive losses, 
the UMass athletes travelled to 
Middlebvuy College. Sparked by 
the lone senior on the squad, Frank 
Barous, the team played one of 
their finest games of the year. 
Despite the effort, Middlebury 
was victorious by a slender and 
maddening four-point margin. 

After spending the night at 
Middlebury the Redmen moved 
on to play the Vermont Cata- 
mounts. The "Cats'" emerged vic- 
torious by a 6'-2-5-l< count. At this 

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175 



point the University reached the 
nadir in its basketball efforts. 
The next four games against Wil- 
liams, B.U., New Hampshire, and 
AIC were decisively won by the 
opposition. Throughout the re- 
maining games of the season, some 
promise for better things was in- 
indicated by the consistent scoring 
and all-round play of Jack Dele- 
hunt, Ed Conceison, and John 
Howard. Following the AIC con- 
test, the fall semester came to a 
close and afforded the weary Red- 
men an opportunity to rest. 

Sporting a dubious record of 11 
defeats. Coach Curran was faced 
with eight remaining games. In- 
cluded were such powerful teams 
as Rhode Island, Springfield, and 
UConn. In this final half of the 
season, the players appeared re- 



laxed and confident: and fortified 
with these basketball "virtues" of 
experience, the Redmen com- 
menced to play an improved type 
of ball. 

The University first played host 
to the Rhode Island Rams in a 
Yankee Conference game. 
Throughout the first half the Red- 
men kept within a few points of 
their opponents, but the superior 
Ram offense began to tell in the 
second half and the game ended in 
a UMass 88-69 defeat. Bill Ste- 
phens, netting 18 points, was high 
scorer for UMass. 

Playing again at the Curry 
Hicks' Cage, the Redmen took 
on Springfield College. The pat- 
tern of this game was very similar 
to the R. I. affair as the Maroons 
won 77-66. For the "hometown" 



Back Row: Gold 
From Row: Col 



VARSITY BASKETBALL 
(Mgr.), Watts, MacLeod. Tiltoii. Delal 
nsteiii, Conceison. Mosychuk, How 



t, Roche. Kerr 




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176 



crowd the importance of the game 
was not in the final score but in the 
fact that Bill Stephens set a new 
individual scoring record for the 
Cage by tallying 37 points. The 
previous record of 33 was held by 
Bill Prevey. 

After 13 consecutive defeats, 
the Redmen finally broke into the 
win column by defeating MIT by 
a 64-60 score. John MacLeod and 
John Howard starred for the vic- 
tors by scoring 14 and 16 points 
respectively. 

Inspired by its first victory, 
UlSlass defeated Clark University 
by a comfortable 79-61 count. 
Stephens, again the leading scorer 
with "13 points, was followed by 
]MacLeod with 16 points. Unfor- 
tunately, things did not go as well 
when UMass met the Yankee 
Conference Champions, UConn. 
The Huskies entirely dominated 
the game. 

The last home game of the vear 





was against New Hampshire and 
provided the faithful with an ex- 
citing evening. Throughout the 
first two periods the game was a 
virtual deadlock. Finally Frank 
Barous sparked a second-half drive 
by scoring nine quick points to 
secure a UMass victory. The set 
shooting of MacLeod and Stephens 
was also outstanding — each con- 
tributed 18 points. 

Since victories seemed to come 
in pairs, the second win came at 
the expense of a favored Trinity 
quintet. With the score 60-58 in 
favor of Trinity with a minute 
left to play, MacLeod dropped a 
set shot to tie the game. Then 
with seven seconds left, MacLeod 
calmly scored a foul shot that pro- 
duced the upset. 

The season unfortunately ended 
on the same note as it started. 
The Coast Guard Academy de- 
feated the Redmen 64-49. 

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SUMMARY 




Mass. 


71 


Northeastern 


62 


Mass. 


43 


Hol^• Cross 


69 


Mass. 


57 


Worcester Tech. 


50 


Mass. 


94 


Tufts 


74 


Mass. 


59 


WiUiams 


53 


:\Iass. 


56 


Boston University 


61 


Mass. 


57 


Amherst 


72 


Mass. 


79 


Rhode Island 


76 


Mass. 


58 


Springfield 


52 


Mass. 


88 


Clark 


51 


Mass. 


7'-2 


Connecticut 


67 


Mass. 


84 


Monson Academy 


74 


Mass. 


74 


Trinity 


92 


Mass. 


77 


Coast Guard 


69 







The lOo'-i-oS freshman basket- 
ball team was one of the best that 
the I^^niversity has had in many 
years. The Little Indians won 
eleven of their fifteen contests and 
proved themselves to be one of the 
best frosh teams in New England. 
Coach diet Gladchuck's team 
showed proinise of furnishing a 



great deal of strong material for 
the next year's varsity team. 
Among the standouts were Paul 
Aho, Dick Eid, John Skypeck, 
Buddy Frye, and Lou Gobielle. 
These players are expected to play 
prominent parts for the Redmen 
in seasons to come. 



Back Row: Coach Saltman. Eid, GobieUe, Mgr. Ballard, Frye, Aho, Coach Gladchuck 
Front Row: Mgr. Bombard. Bcrman, DeProfio. Biclawa, Nally, Garvey. Mgr. Neusner 




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179 



This year's indoor track season 
was a very poor one for Lew Der- 
by's track squad. In the three 
meets held at the UMass Cage, 
the Redmen were sadly outclassed 
by their opponents. 

In the first meet of the year 
Massachusetts played host to the 
University of New Hampshire 
tracksters. and the Wildcats re- 
turned the UMass hospitality by 
trouncing the Derbymen 8^234 to 
30H. The meet emphasized the 
lack of Redmen strength in the 
weight events. Massachusetts had 
to concede New Hampshire eight- 
een points in the weight events 
before competition even began. 
The lone bright spot of the meet 
was the pole vaulting of Fred Law 
who broke his own school record 
with a leap of l'2}4 feet. 

In the second meet the Redmen 
competed against Northeastern. 



SUMMARY 

Mass. 30 New Hampshire 83 

Mass. 29 Northeastern 74 

Mass. 38 Holy Cross 69 



Once again the team was soundly 
trounced, and a lackadaisical, apa- 
thetic attitude seemed to prevail a- 
mong the Massachusetts tracksters. 
Many familiar faces were missing 
froin the LIMass lineup; and many 
veterans dropped from the squad 




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[180 1 




boys, wait for i 



for various reasons. Coach Derby 
was now faced with the new prob- 
lem of replacing these men on the 
squad. 

Holy Cross came to Amherst for 
the third meet of the season and 
won the meet handily by the score 
of 693^ to Siy^. The UMass squad 
showed more potential strength 
in this meet than they had shown 
all season. At this time, one meet 
remains to be played. Prospects 
are not too good for a victory by 
the Redmen, but if their improve- 
ment continues, they may surprise 
a few students. 

Salutes should be given to Russ 
Briere who set a new University 
record by high-jumping \'i}/2 feet 
in the K. of C. meet; to Harry 
Aldrich who finished seventh in 



the ICAAAA meet, setting a new 
school record in the two mile 
event; and to Frank Barous, Fred 
Law, and Al Gilmore for their out- 
standing work in a losing cause. 




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181 







SUMMARY 




Mass. 


44 


Boston University 


40 


Mass. 


21 


Amherst 


63 


Mass. 


38 


Wesleyan 


46 


Mass. 


57 


Worcester Tech 


27 


Mass. 


46 


Tufts 


37 


Mass. 


58 


Coast Guard 


26 


Mass. 


46 


Rensselaer Tech 


38 


Mass. 


31 


Connecticut 


53 




The University's varsity swim- 
ming team completed a highly suc- 
cessful 1952-53 season. Coach Joe 
Rogers' squad won five meets and 
lost three. This record represented 
an improvement over last season's 
4-4 mark. 

The Redmen started the season 
by defeating a strong Boston Uni- 
versity team. In the second meet 



an Amherst College team exhibit- 
ed too much all-around strength 
for the Rogersmen. Don Bell took 
the only first place for the Univer- 
sity. Wesleyan squeezed out a 
close 46-38 win in the next meet, 
but the Rogersmen cjuickly recov- 
ered and pulled out three straight 
wins over Tufts, Coast Guard, and 
Rensselaer. The victory over Tufts 



Back Bow: Warren. VIdricli. Smilry. Miller. Steves. Tynan. Hanson, Coach Rogers 
Front How: H<-ll. Su-iKletl4-r, l*roU<»powich. Vlornfoot. Sexton, Campbell, Rogers 

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avenged last season's heartbreak- 
ing defeat. 

The Classmen then travelled to 
Connecticut where their streak 
was bi-oken by a powerful UConn 
team. The season ended on a high 
note with an impressive victory 
over ^Yorcester Tech. 

Captain Dick Cornfoot was de- 
feated only once during the season, 
but he won his specialty, the '200- 
yard backstroke, in the rest of the 
meets. His one loss was the only 
one Dick ever suffered in intercol- 
legiate competition. Another valu- 
able point scorer was Don Bell, 
who consistently won first place in 
the breaststroke. 

Several of the other swimmers 
deserving mention for their work in 
bringing the Redmen their best 
record of the past few years were 
Art Steigleder, Joe Rogers Jr., 




At the finish. 



Art Belanger, Ed Sexton, Buster 
Campbell, Tom Tynan and Lou 
Prokopowich. Coach Rogers was 
justifiably proud of his swimmers 
of 195^2-53. 




183 




Back Row: M-Sgt. Wooster, Damon 
Front Row: Maclnnis, Durkee, Alve 



i. BarlfU. Vlttfll. McRilli; 



The University rifle team com- 
pleted a somewhat unsuccessful 
season in the New England College 
Rifle League, winning only two of 
its eight matches. 

A five-man team was sent to the 
Hearst Matches and scored a total 
of 899 points out of a possible 1000. 
Claude Barrette was high man. In 
the Intercollegiate Match the team 
scored 7004 points, and Garry 
Atwell was high man. Participation 
in both of these matches was 
hmited to R.O.T.C. students. 

The high-fire man for the varsity 
was Roger Bartels with a seasonal 
average of "274. He was followed 
by Paul Durkee, 270.7; Kenneth 
Alves, 267.8; Garry Atwell, 258.2; 
and Louis Weinstein, 255.2. High 
man in the off-hand position was 
Kenneth Alves. All of these men 
are eligible for varsity awards. 

RIFLE 



RIFLE SUMMARY 



Mass. 


1301 


Norwich 


1405 


Mass. 


1337 


W.P.I. 


1357 


Mass. 


1333 


Bowdoin 


1325 


Mass. 


1373 


Dartmouth 


1396 


Mass. 


1369 


Vermont 


1412 


Mass. 


1351 


Maine 


forfeit 


Mass. 


1367 


New Hampshire 


1389 


Mass. 


1378 


M.I.T. 


1404 




184 



PISTOL TEAM SUMMARY 

Mass. 1-257 Michigan State 1313 

Mass. 1-280 V. S. Naval Acad. 1370 
Mass. 1332 Michigan State 1329 




The University pistol team has 
a 1-2 record in postal matches to 
date, and a pistol match scheduled 
to be fired with Michigan State 
on March 7, left in the season. 

In the U. S. Revolver Associa- 
tion's intercollegiate matches fired 
each week, the UMass pistol team 
is currently in 8th place in the 



country and hopes to raise this 
position before the season ends. 

Captain Kenneth Alves, Roger 
Bartels, Charles McCarthy, and 
Joe Rogers III have been firing 
it out for top marksman during 
the entire season. McCarthy is 
presently on top. 



Back Row; Shumway. Bartels, Anti, McCarthy, Coach Rogers 
Front Row: Rodgers, Alves, Kallgren 




PISIOL 



185 



A well-balanced Lambda Chi 
team defeated Theta Chi for the 
fraternity league championship, 
while Sigma Alpha Epsilon had to 
content itself with third place 
honors. 

Tom Cawley, John Howard, and 
Joe Kobak were the key men of the 
Lambda Chi attack: Cawley led 
the hitting attack, Howard per- 
formed the pitching honors, and 
Kobak lent general support in the 
field. 

In the dormitory league a play- 
oft' game was necessary to settle 
the issue between Federal Circle 
and Middlesex teams. The winner. 
Federal Circle, went on to defeat 





SUMMARY 


League 


.4 


League B 


LCA 


12-1 


Federal Circle 13-1 


TC 


11-1 


Middlesex 12-2 


SAE 


10-2 


Brooks 11-2 


AEP 


7-4 


Grads 9-2 


KS 


7-4 


I.T.C. 6-3 


PSK 


5-3 


Independents 6-5 


AGR 


6-5 


Forestry 6-5 


SPE 


5-6 


Berkshire 5-5 


ATG 


3-8 


Animal Husbandry 


Q.T.V. 


2-9 


4-8 


ZZZ 


2-9 


E.D.A.C. 3-7 


TEP 


2-9 


Mills 3-8 


DSC 


1-10 


Microbes 3-9 
Poultry 2-9 
Engineers 2-9 



Lambda Chi for the championship 
by a score of 6 to 2. 



Kasy (iocs it 




INTRAMURAL SOFIBAU. 



186 




1952 



In the dormitory league a pol- 
ished Brooks A outfit met with 
stiff competition, and it was not 
until they had defeated the Inde- 
pendents in a play-off game that 
they were able to qualify for the 
championship game. 

The fraternity league title was 
captured by Theta Chi. Although 
hampered by the mid-season loss 
of four key players, Theta Chi 
maintained its hold and finished 
the season with a near perfect 
record. 

The smooth passing combination 
of Don Schofield to Fred Kiley 
was one important reason for the 
19 to 6 Brooks A victory over 
Theta Chi in the final play-off. 
This victory represented the sec- 
ond consecutive year in which the 
dormitories had won the league 
championship. 





Final Standings 




TC 




League 


A 


11-1 


PSK 








10-2 


AEP 








10 3 


QT\' 
SAE 








9-4 

8-4 


LCA 








7-5 


AGR 








5-7 


KS 








4-8 


ATG 








3-7 


SPE 








3-8 


DSC 








2-8 


ZZZ 








1-9 


TEP 








1 10 


Brooks 


"A" 


League 


B 


9-1 


Independents 
Brooks "C" 






8-2 
5-2 


Chadbourne " 


C" 




6-3 


Baker ' 


B" 






4-4 


Berkshire "A' 






2-4 


Baker ' 


A" 






2-4 


Baker ' 


•C" 






1-5 


Middlesex "A^ 


" 




0-6 


Brooks 


"B" 






0-6 



INIRAMURAL FOOTBALL 



187 




the other alle 



On February 16, thirteen teams 
set their sights on the interfra- 
ternity bowhng championship. De- 
fending champion SAE immedi- 
ately established itself as favorite 
by virtue of a 4-0 win in their 
opener against TEP, but by mid- 
season AEPi looked like the team 
to beat. The Pi Keglers set an 
amazing team record of 1'23'2 pins, 
probably the highest total in the 
history of the league. With six 
matches remaining, AEPi and 
Theta Chi have pulled away from 
the rest of the league with 'i'i-'i 
and 17-3 records respectively. High 
average man for the league is 
Herb Sostek of Pi with an impos- 
ing 102 average. 



SUMMARY 

RECORD AS OF MARCH 10 

AEP 14-2 

SAE 7-1 

TC 13-3 

SPE 13-7 

TEP 10-6 

KS 7-9 

LCA 5-7 

ZZZ 6-10 

DSC . 6-10 

PSK 4-8 

AGR 4-8 

QTV 6-14 

KK 5-15 



INTRAMURAL BOWLING 



League A 
Theta Chi 

Sigiiia Alpha Epsilon 
Lambda Chi 
QT\ 

Phi Sigma Kappa 
Alpha Epsilon Pi 
Kappa Sigma 
Delta Sigma Chi 
Tau Epsilon Phi 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
Zeta Zeta Zeta 
Alpha Tau Gamma 



League B 



Bullets 

Berkshire 

DPG 

Chadbourne 

Brooks 

Greenough 

Plymouth 

Commuters 

Kobaks 

Experimenters 

Baker 

"B" Street 

Spoilers 

Bostons 



League C 



8-0 
7-0 
7-1 
6-1 
5-3 
5-4 
5-4 
4-5 
4-5 
2-7 
1-7 
1-9 
0-9 



3-0 
2-1 
4-2 
3-2 

2-2 
14 
4 



4-0 
4-1 
3-2 
1-2 
1-2 
1-2 
0-5 



As the deadline for the 1953 
Index approached, defending 
champion SAE was once again 
leading the way in fraternity 
leagne competition. Dick Torchia, 
Dick Bontilier, and Paul Ayers 
were, in large part, responsible for 
SAE's 7-0 record. Lambda Chi 
Alpha, led by former freshman 
star Ed Lally and transfer Gordie 
Long, was providing the stiffest 
opposition with a 7-1 record. 

In League B the Bullets won all 
three of their games and led the 
pack. Football captain ^Valt Naida, 
Buster DiVincenzo, and John Pas- 
teris were the key men. Berkshire 
held second place with two vic- 
tories in three starts. 

In League C the Commuters 
compiled a string of four victories 
to hold the edge over the Kobaks. 




INIRAMURAL BASKETBALL 



189 




Neptune's daughters 

Naiads is an appropriate name 
for this U of M organization of mer- 
maids. Their purpose is to further 
the learning of advanced swimming 
maneuvers taking mainly the form 
of aquatic ballet. They have suc- 
cessfully launched and conducted 
a Junior Naiads program, open 
only to freshmen, in order to in- 
doctrinate the freshmen women in 



this type of swimming and at the 
same time to provide themselves 
with a corps of more proficiently 
trained swimmers. All the per- 
formances of this organization are 
student written and directed with 
the assistance of Mrs. Hibbard, 
director of swimming in the wom- 
en's phys-ed department. 

The Naiads act as a University 
exhibition group, providing a water 
ballet show in the ^A'inter Carnival 
Program. In ^lay they give an- 
other stellar performance in dec- 
orative aquatics to round out the 
Parents" Weekend entertainment. 

Senior Naiads under the leader- 
ship of Prexy Jane Hartman were: 
M. Carlson, A. Cotton. A. Clem- 
ent, J. Cormier, A. Eberle, T. 
Ennis, E. Gannon, C. Oilman, V. 
Guettler, D. Hefferan, J. Kettel, 

A. Merigan, N. ^Montgomery, N. 
Motte, M. Mulkern, J. O'Hare, 
V. Parsons, L. Parsons, C. Peter- 
son, M. Rhodes, J. Sheehan, M. 
Vaughan, M. Viale. M. Washburn, 

B. Wesslen, C. White, K. White. 



Pool Room Gossip 



The Little Dippers 




NAIADS 



190 



The Women's Athletic Associa- 
tion's 195'-2-1953 season was char- 
acterized by a growing reaHzation 
of the need of gearing itself to the 
largest nnmber of participants in 
its history. In anticipation of the 
yet greater enrollment of years to 
come, the Association's constitu- 
tion w'as completely revised to 
meet present needs and to provide 
for future expansion. 

More obvious reflections of W. 
A.A.'s growth were seen in the ad- 
dition of riding and indoor archery 
to the fall and winter sports pro- 
grams. Sportsdays in hockey, and 
volleyball with other colleges fol- 
lowed the second coed Freshman 
Plavdav. 




■WAA 
rtley, Anderson, Allen, 



VARSITY M 
Mosychuk, Barous, Howland, Whitr 




The Varsity M Club is an organ- 
ization composed of men who have 
w^on their "M" in varsity sports. 
The purpose of Varsity M is to 
"promote fellowship, encourage 
scholarship, foster social activities 
and maintain more complete rela- 
tions between coaches and play- 
ers." This organization has been 
a go-getting group since its crea- 
tion and has proved itself an in- 
tegral part of the university. 

The Club, which is student-spon- 
sored, runs the concessions and 
sells the sports programs at the 
athletic events for the benefit of 
the scholarship fund. In addition, 
this Club successfully sponsored a 
campus dance — also for the bene- 
fit of the scholarship fund. 

W.A.A.— VARSIIY M 



191 



FACULTY 
ADMINISTRATION 




To the Class of 1953: 

This memorial to your four years in college is a permanent record 
of some of the most important happenings that have involved your class. 
It covers in an interesting and competent way the highlights of common ex- 
perience that you ivill wish to recall and relive in the years ahead. 

Some of the mo.'it valuable items, however, you will find between the 
lines — those important little personal experiences that are not men- 
tioned but which are brought out of the past by a photograph or a line 
that establishes a connection. Even here your Index will serve you. 

For most of you, graduation loill mark the end of an important 
chapter. From the comparative tranquillity of these college years you will 
go out to earn a place in society with what you know and tvhat you can do 
and with the personal attributes which you have developed. 

Your attitude toward life and living is also most important. The 
world you are entering seems confused; the future is uncertain: the very 
foiindations of our way of life are endangered. It is easy to become pro- 
foundly pes.nmistic, but pessimism seldom leads to anything constructive. 
It will be a .s-crious handicap to you. 

I think the world is always confused. Our way of life is always 
threatened. The future is always wicertain. Civilization is never .static 
but cdways moving. The obvious fact that over the years that movement has 
beenforioard to magnificent accomplishment is solid ground for a reassur- 
ing faith that the people of the world will somehow resolve even the present 
crises somcu^hcrc short of disaster. 

The true measure of your success in life will be your contribution 
to the welfare of .society. Your generation is better prepared than any 
preceding generation to cope with the difficulties ahead of it. There is 
great need for your services and a place for each of you. 

You hare our uitboundcd confidence and our best wishes. 



C^/^/<^^^-(^^^^^ 



President 




RALPH ALBERT VAN METER 
President of the University 



PRESIDENT 



195 




Haigis, Brown, Hubbard, C; 



John Martin Deely, A.B. (Williams 
College), Lee 

Clifford Chesley Hubbard, A.B., Ph. 
D. (Brown University), A.^I. (Harvard 
University), ^lansfield 

Harry Dunlap Brown, B.S. (University 
of Massachusetts), Billerica 

John William Haigis, M.A. (Amherst 
College), Greenfield 

Joseph Warren Bartlett, A.B. (Dart- 
mouth College), LL.B. (Harvard Uni- 
versity), LL.D. (University of Massa- 
chusetts), Boston 

Philip Ferry* Whitmore, B.S. (Univer- 
sity of Massachusetts), Sunderland 

William Michael Cashin, A.B. (Boston 
College), Milton 

B,EVEREND Florence J. Donohue, AVil- 
limansett 

Ernest Hoftyzer, B.S. (Ohio State Uni- 
versity), Wellesley 

Alden Chase Brett, B.S. (University of 
Massachusetts), Belmont 

Mrs. Elizabeth Laura McNamara 
(Graduate of Teachers' College), Cam- 
bridge 

Leonard Carmichael, S.B., Sc.D. (Tufts 
College), Ph.D. (Harvard University), 
Lift. D. (Portia), LL.D. (Boston Uni- 
versity, Colgate University, North- 
eastern LTniversity, University of 
Rhode Lsland, St. Ijawrence L^niver- 
-sity, Boston College, Medford 

Dennis Michael Crowley, M.S., B.S. 
(University of Massachusetts), LL.B. 
(Boston College), Boston- 



Burke, Van Meter, Bartlett, Johnson 



Francis Roland McDermott, A.B. 
(College of the Holy Cross), Wrentham 

:\IEMBERS EX OFFICIO 

His Excellency' Christian A. Herter, 
A.B. (Harvard University), LL.D. 
(Northeastern University, Clark Uni- 
versity, Bowdoin College, Bates Col- 
lege), Governor of the Commonwealth. 

Ralph Albert Van Meter, B.S. (Ohio 
State University), M.S. (University of 
Massachusetts), Ph.D. (Cornell Uni- 
versity), LL.D. (Amherst College), 
President of the LTniversity. 

John Joseph Desmond, Jr., A.B., A.M. 
(Harvard University), D.Ed. (Suffolk- 
University), Commissioner of Educa- 
tion. 

Henry Thomas Broderick, A.B. (Col- 
lege of the Holy Cross), LL.B. (Boston 
University), Commissioner of Agri- 
culture. 

OFFICERS OF THE BOARD 

His Excellency Christian A. Herter, 
A.B. (Harvard University), LL.D. 
(Northeastern University, Clark LTni- 
versity, Bowdoin College, Bates Col- 
lege), Governor of the Commonwealth. 

Joseph Warren Bartlett, A.B. (Dart- 
mouth College), LL.B. (Harvard Uni- 
versity), LL.D. (University of Massa- 
chusetts), Boston, Chairman. 

James AVilliai^f Burke, B.S. (University 
of Massachusetts), Amherst, Secretary. 

Kenneth Willlvm Johnson, B.S. (Uni- 
versity of Vermont), Amherst, Treas- 
urer. 



BOARD OF IRUSIEES 



196 





JEAN PAUL IMATHEK 
Provost of the University 



MARSHALL OLIN LANPHEAR 

Registrar 



HELEN CURTIS 
Dean of ^ omen 



ROBERT STODDARD HOPKINS, JR. 

Dean of Men 






ADMINISTRATION 



197 




Ralph A. Van Metkr 
President of the Univer.sitij 

James W. Buhke 

Secretary of the University 

Harold W. Cary 

Professor of History 

Richard M. Colwell 

Associate Professor of Accounting 

John H. Dittfach 
Assistaiit Professor of M echanical 

Engineering 

Fred Charles Ellert 

Professor of German and Acting Head of 

Department 

Harold M. Gore 

Professor of Physical Education and Head 

of Department of Physical Education for 

Men 

Denzel J. Hankinson 

Professor of Dairy Industry and Head of 
Department 

John F. Hanson 
Assistant Professor of Insect Morphology 

Robert P. Holdsworth 

Professor of Forestry and Head of 

Department 

MiLO Kimball 

Dean of the School of Business 
J I dministration 



Marshall O. Lanphear 

Registrar of the University 

William L. Machmeh 

Dean of the University 

George A. Marston 

Dean of the School of Engineering 

Warren P. McGuirk 

Director of Athletics and Head of Divisio7i 

of Physical Education 

Helen S. Mitchell 

Dean of the School of Home Economics 

Mrs. Sara Coolidge Piatt 
Assistant Professor of Home Economics 
Frank P. Rand 
Dean of the School of Liberal Arts 
Walter S. Ritchie 
Dean of the School of Science 
Carl S. Roys 
Professor of Electrical Engineering 
Dale H. Sieling 
Professor of Agronomy 
Harold W. Smart 
Assistant Professor of Business Law 
Leonard R. Wilson 
Professor of Geology and Mineralogy and 
Head of Department 
Gilbert I.,. Woodside 
Professor of Biology and Head of Depart- 
ment of Zoology: Dean of the Graduate 
School 



EDUCAIIONAL POLICIES COMMIIIEE 



198 



Professors Emeriti 



Hailliam l^enrp glrmstcong 

B.S. (Uuivcrsitv of MassMchusotts) 

B.S., M.L.A.C.P."(Hiii-vanl rnivcrsity) 

Assistant Professor of JNIecliaiuial Drawing, 

Emeritus 

Srtbiiv Jiisljop Pcaumont 

B.S. (Kentucky State University) 

Ph.D. (Cornell University) ' 
Professor of Agronomy, Emeritus 

gllcxanber €timonb Cancc 

A.B. (^[a(■alster College) 

M..\„ Ph.D. (University of Wisconsin) 

Professor of Econonii<'s, Emeritus 

3Jos(epij ^tuliliec Cfjambcrlain 

B.S., M.S. (Iowa State College) 
Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins University) 
Professor of Chemistry, Emeritus 

#rton ICoring Clarfe 

B.S. (University of Massachusetts) 
Associate Professor of Botany, Emeritus 

$aul iHijeelei- Bempsiep 

B.S. (University of Massachusetts) 
Assistant Professor of Horticulture, Emeritus 

iSlaltec Samuel Cidenmensec 

B.S., M.S. (Bucknell University) 

A.M., Ph.D. (Columbia University) 

Professor of Agronomy, Emeritus 

Clifforb 3. jfatotett 

B.S. (Ohio State University) 

Extension Professor of Animal Husbandry, 

Emeritus 

Jf . (£tl)cl jFelton 

A.B. (Sniith C.illege) 
Experiment Station Editor, Emerita 

Julius! I^erman jFcanbsen 

B.S., M.S. (Iowa State College) 
Professor of Dairy Industry, Emeritus 

3^enrp HTamesi jfranfelin 

B.S., Ph.D. (University of Massachusetts) 
Professor of Horticulture, Emeritus 

<£btDin jFrantiJt (gagfeill 

B.S. (University of Massachusetts) 

(gup 'Vittax (Slatf elbter 

B.S. (Pennsylvania State College) 
M.S. (Iowa State College) Emeritus 

JoJjn Cameron (SraJjam 

B.S. Agr. (University of Wisconsin) 
Professor of Poultry Husbandry, Emeritus 

Jflargaret Pomcrop J^amlin 

A.B. (Smith College) 
Placement Officer, Emerita 

J^tnti 3Bartoin ?#as;bin£( 

B.S. (University of Massachusetts) 
Professor of Agricultural Chemistry, Emeritus 

Snljur ilcnpon l^artiston 

M.L.A. (University of Massachusetts) 
Professor of Landscape Architecture, Emeritus 



iEofacit ©orman J^atulcp 



B.S. (Univ 

M.B.A. il!..>l, 



Massachusetts 
r,„v.Ts,lv) 



Tr.-asunr. Knirrilus 

dUli-g. ^axxitt fulin it?apne8 

B.S. (CoUnnliia University) 
Extension I'rofessor of Home Economics, Enierita 

Curip ^tarr ?l?itks( 

B.Pd., M.Ed. (Michigan State Normal College) 
Professor of Physical Education, Emeritus 

€litoavl> ?iertcam J^ollanb 

B.S., M.S., Ph.D. (University of Massachusetts) 
Research Professor of Chemistry, Emeritus 

HTofjn iSetUlcp ILentj 

A.B. (Franklin and Marshall College) 

V.M.D. (Uiiiversity of Pennsylvania) 

Professor of Veterinary Science, Emeritus 

Jfranfe Cotljrane jUloorc 

A.B. (Dartmouth College) 
Professor of Mathematics, Emeritus 

IliUarb ansian JJIunKon 

B.S. (University of Mas.sachusetts) 
Director of Extension Service, Emeritus 

3Jof)n JBaxtcr iHetolon 

Assistant Professor of Engineering, Emeritus 

a. Vincent ©fimun 

B.Agr. (University of Connecticut) 

B.S., M.S. (University of Massachusetts) 

B.S. (Boston University) 

Professor of Botany, Emeritus 

^umnec 3^ufu£i ^arUcr 

B.S. (University of Massachusetts) 
Extension Professor of Agriculture, Emeritus 

C{)atlesi Sbamsc petersf 

B.S. (University of Massachusetts) 

Ph.D. (Yale University) 
Professor of Chemistry, Emeritus 

Sfacoh llingjilep ^Ijatu 

B.S. (University of Vermont) 
M.S., Ph.D. (University of Massachusetts) 
Research Professor of Pomology, Emeritus 

Jfreb fofjn S)iebcrs! 

B.S., M.S. (University of Wisconsin) 

Director of Experiment Station and Graduate 

School, Emeritus 

€lJna llurp Skinner 

B.S., M.A. (Columbia University) 

M.Ed. (Michigan State Normal College) 

Dean of the School of Home Economics, Emerita 

llilliam (goulb Vinal 

B.S., M.A. (Harvard University) 

Ph.D. (Brown University) 

Professor of Nature Education, Emeritus 

iHintficop ^elben MtWti 

B.S. (University of Illinois) 

M.Ed. (Harvard University) 

Professor of Education, Emeritus 

iSaciil WaiitMoxit 

A.B. (Brown University) 
Librarian, Emeritus 



199 



School 

of 
Liberal Arts 




ELIOT DINSMORE ALLEN 

Assistant Professor of English 
B.A. Wesleyan LTniversity; A.M. Harvard Univer- 
sity; M.A., Ph.D. Princeton LTniversity. 
LUTHER ALFRED ALLEN 
Inslnicior in Government 
A.B. Williams College; M.A. State University of 
Iowa. 

DORIC ALVIANI 

Professor of Music 

Mus.B., Ed.M. Boston University. 

LEON ()SKF{ BARRON 
Instniiiiir in h'.iit/lish 
B.A. University of Massac-lmsct'ts; M.A. University 
of Minnesota. 

THEODORE CUYLER CALDWELL 
Professor of 11 islory and Head of Department 
B.A. College of Wooster; M.A. Harvard University; 
Ph.D. Yale LTniversity. 

ANN BARBARA CARLIN 
Assistant Professor of Education 
Ph.B. University of Chicago; M.A. Columbia Uni- 
versity. 

HAROLD WHITING CARY 
Professor of History 
A.B. Williams College; M.A. Harvard University; 
Ph.D. Y'ale University. 

GILBERT CESTRE 
Instructor in French 
Liceuce-es-Lettres, Diplome d'Etudes Superieures, 
LTniversite de Dijon. 

DAVID RI1)(;LF,Y CLARK 
Inslnirlnr in KugUsh 
B.A. W'esleyan Univt-rsity; ^LA. Y'ale LTniversity. 
KATHERINE ALLEN CLARKE 
Assistant Professor of French 
A.B. Goucher College; M.A. Middlebury College; 
Docteur de I'LTniversite de Grenoble. 
JOSEPH CONTINO 
Instructor in Music 
B.Mus. Oberlin College; M.A. Columbia University. 
WILLIAM A. DAVIS 
Assistant Professor of History 
B.A. Colgate Liiivcrsity; M.A. llarxard TTniversity. 
EDWIN DOlKilAS DKIVKR 
Instructor in Sociology 
B.A. Temple University; M.A. University of Penn- 
sylvania. 

MRS. MARRON S. DLTBOIS 
Instructor in English 
B.A. St. Lawrence LTniversity 



FREDERICK CHARLES ELLERT 

Professor of German, Acting Head of Department 
B.S. University of Massachusetts; M.A. Amherst 
College. 

ROBERT S. FELDMAN 

Associate Professor of PsycJiohgy 

B.S., M.S., Ph.D. University of Michigan. 

JAMES M. FERRIGNO 

Assistant Professor of Romance Languages 

A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Bo.ston LTniversity. 

VERNON LEROY FERWERDA 
Assistant I'nifcssnr of Gorernment 
B.A., M.S. Universitv of Massachusetts. 

CHARLKS FREDERICK FRAKER 
Professor of Romance Languages and 
Head of Department 
A.B. Colorado College; A.M., Ph.D. Harvard Uni- 
versity. 

PAUL ADELARD GAGNON 

Instructor in History 

A.B. University of Massachusetts; M.A. Harvard 

University; C.E.P. Universite de Paris. 

PHILIP LYLE GAMBLE 

Professor of Economics and Head of Department 

B.S., M.A. Wesleyan LTniversity; Ph.D. Cornell 

LTniversity. 

HARRY NEWTON GLICK 
Professor of Philosophy and Head of Department 
A.B. Bridgewater College; A.M. Northwestern 
University; Ph.D. University of Illinois. 

STOWELL COOLIDGE CODING 
Professor of French 
A.B. Dartmouth College; A.M. Harvard Univer- 
sity; Ph.D. University of Wisconsin. 

MAXWELL HENRY (lOLDBERG 
Professnr of English 
B.S. University of Massachusetts; M.A., Ph.D. 
Y'ale LTniversity. 

ULRICH KARL GOLDSMITH 
Associate Professor of German 
B.A.,. M.A. University of Toronto; Ph.D. Univer- 
sity of California. 

GEORGE GOODWIN, JR. 

Assistant Professor of Government 

B.A. Williams ('.)llcf,'<-; NL.\. Harvard University. 

ALHKirr KDWARI) GOSS 

Assistant Professor of l'si,rholo,iif 

B.A., M.A., Ph.D. State Inivcrsitv ..f Iowa. 

SUMNKR MKLVIN GKKKNFIKLD 

Instructor in Romance Languages 

A.B. Boston College; A.M. Boston LTniversity and 

Harvard University. 



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AVILLIAM M. GRBISHAW 

Profrs-.sor ,<f licrrmlwn 
B.S., M.Ed. SpringHoUl CoW-'^c: M..\. Cuhmiliia 
University; Ed.D. Now York I'liivt-rsitv. 
WILLIAM HALLKU, JR. 
Aa.ii.ilanI Profe.ssnr of Economics 
B.A. Amlierst Collego; M.A., Pli.D. Columbia 
University. 

RICHARD HAVEN 
Instructor in English 
B.A. Harvard University; M..V. Princeton Univer- 
sity. 

VERNON PARKER HELMING 

Professor of English 

B..\. Carleton College; Ph.D. Yale University. 

MRS. FLORIANA TARANTINO HOGAN 

Instructor in English 

B.S., A.M. Boston L'niversity. 

LEONTA GERTRUDE HORRIGAN 
Assistant Professor of English 
B.S. University of Massachusetts; M.A. Smith 
College. 

MARSHALL CHAPMAN HOWARD 
Assistant Professor of Economics 
A.B. Princeton L'niversity; Ph.D. Cornell Univer- 
sity. 

ROBERT BROWN JOHNSON 
Assistant Professor of Romance Languages 
A.B. Ohio University; M.A., Ph.D. University of 
Wisconsin. 

SIDNEY KAPLAN 
Assistant Professor of English 
B.A. College of the City of New Y'ork; M.A. Boston 
University. 

CLARENCE WENDELL KING 
Assistant Professor of Sociology 
B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Yale University. 

ROBERT McCUNE KINGDON 

Instructor in History 

B.A. Oberhn College; M.A. Columbia University. 

G. STANLEY KOEHLER 

Assistant Professor of English 

A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Princeton University; M.A. 

Harvard University. 

JAY HENRY KORSON 

Professor of Sociology and Head of Department 

B.S. Villanova College; M.A., Ph.D. Yale University 

LIONEL JOSEPH L.\B-\RGE 

Instructor in Romance Languages 

A.B. L'niversitv of Massachusetts 

ROBERT PHILIPS LANE 
Assistant Professor of English 
A.B. Columbia University; M.A. Harvard Univer- 
sity. 




HENRY ARTHUR LEA 

Instructor in Ccrman 
B.S., M.A. llniv.Tsily of IViinsylvania. 

FREDERICK HrR(;KSS MXDSTROM 
Inslrnclor in So,'iolo,/i, 
A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Iiiiversily of Ciiicago. 
M.VRIAX JENNY LIOTTA 
Instructor in Romance Languages 
A.B. St. John's College. 

ALLAN HUGH MACLAINE 

Instructor in English 

B.A. McGill T'liivcrsilv; I'll. I).' Brown University. 

ALBERT PIERPONT MADEIRA 

Instructor in English 

A.B. Bowdoin College; M.A. University of New 

Hampshire. 

JOHN FRANCIS MANFREDI 
Instructor in Sociology 
B.S. University of Pennsylvania; M.A., Ph.D. Har- 
vard University. 

WILLIAM IRVING MATTHEWS 
Instructor in Corernment 
LL.B., M.A. Cohiinbia rnivcrsilv. 

BERNARD ^L\^SXER 

Assistant Professor nf Psijchology 

B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Columbia VTiiv,-r,sit\'. 

DANIEL JUSTIN M.CARTIIY 

Assistant Professor of Education 

B.S.E., Ed.M. Bridgcwater State Teachers College. 

HARRY IlIRSH MICHELSON 

I'isitiug Lecturer in Clinical Psychiatry 

M.D. University of Kiel. 

BRUCE ROBERT MORRIS 
Professor of Economics 
A.B. Western Reserve I"nivcrsity; M.A. Ohio State 
University; Ph.D. University of Illiuois. 

ARTHUR BENSOxN MUSGRAVE 
Professor of Jotirnalism 
B.S., M.S. Boston University; Newman Fellow in 
Journalism, Harvard University. 

CLAUDE (ASSELL NEET 
Professor of Psycholmj!/ and Head of Department 
B.A. University of California at Los Angeles; M.A., 
Ph.D. Clark University. 

ARTHUR E. NIEDECK 

Associate Professor of Speech 

B.S. Ithaca Collego: M.A'. Conioll University. 

WILLIAM CiRIXiORY ODONNELL 

Associate Professor of English 

B.S. University of Massachusetts'; M.A., Ph.D. 

Y'ale University. 

CHARLES FRANK OLIVER 
Assistant Prnfcssiir of Education 
B.S., M.S. Univorsitv of Mas.saohusetts. 

HENRY BROWN PIERCE, JR. 
Instructor in Speech 
B.A. University of Massachusetts; M.F.A. Carnegie 
Institute of Technology. 

OTTO PAUL PFLANZE 
Assistant Professor of History 
B.A. MaryviUe College; M.A., Ph.D. Yale Uni- 
versity. 

ROBERT A. POTASH 
Instructor in History 
A.B., M.A. Harvard l'niversitv. 

ALBERT WILLIAM PURVIS 
Professor of Education and Head of Department 
B.A. University of New Brunswick; Ed.M., Ed.D. 
Harvard L^niversity. 

FRANK PRENTICE RAND 
Professor of English and Head of Department; Acting 

Dean of School of Liberal Arts 
A.B. Williams College; M.A; Amherst College. 



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WILLIAM MARTIN ROLRKE 

Assistant Proffssor „f E<luniti„n 
B.A. Beloit College; M.S. in Kd. Northwestern 
University. 

WILLIAM WINSTON SAUNDERS 
Instructor in Psychology 
B.A. University of dklalioma. 

RICHARD CHASE SAVAGE 
Instructor in Speech 
B.A. University of North Carolina; M.A. Columbia 
University. 

SIDNEY SCHOEFFLER 

Assistant Professor of Economics 

B.A. New York University; A.M. University of 

Pennsylvania; Ph.D. The New School for Social 

Research; C.P.A. New Jersev. 

ADOLF ERNST SCHROEDER 
Assistant Professor of German 
B.S. University of Illinois; M.A. Louisiana State 
University. 

CLARENCE SHUTE 
Assistant Professor of Philosophy 
A.B. Asbury College; A.M., Ph.D. Columbia Uni- 
versity. 

LEO FRANK SALT 
Instructor in llistiiry 
B.A. Iowa State Teachers C(ill<-gf; M.A. University 
of Iowa. 

AARON JOHN SPECTOR 
Instructor in Psychology 
B.S. Long Island LTniversity. 

EDMUND JOSEPH STAWIECKI 
Instructor in German 
B.S. University of Massachusetts; M.A. University 
of Iowa. 



ZINA JOAN TILLONA 

Instructor in Romance Languages 

B.A. Hunter College; M.A. Wellesley College. 

GLENN ERIN TINDER 

Instructor in Government 

B.A., M.A. Pomona College; Ph.D. University of 

California. 

FREDERICK SIH'.RMAN TROY 

Prnfcssnr nf E,ll,tish 

B.S. University of Massachusetts; M.A. Amherst 
College. 

ROBERT GARLAND TUCKER 

Instructor in English 

B.A. Amherst College; M.A. Harvard University. 

THEODORE R. VALLANCE 

Assistant Professor of Psychology 

A.B. Miami LTniversity; M.A., Ph.D. Syracuse 

University. 

H. LELAND VARLEY 
Associate Professor of English 
A.B., A.M. Wesleyan LTniversity. 

\MLLIAM WEINER 
Instructor in Economics 
B.A., M.A. University of Texas. 

SIDNEY FREDERICK WEXLER 
Instructor in Romaiue Languages 
B.S., Ph.D. New York University; M.A. University 
of Colorado. 

TERENCE HARRISON WILBUR 
Instructor in German 
A.B., M.A. LTniversity of California. 

ARTHUR ROBKUr WILLIAMS 
Assistant Professor of English 
A.B. Clark University; A.M., Ph.D. Cornell Uni- 
versity. 

MRS. MARTHA R. WRIGHT 
Instructor in English 
B.S. Miami University. 

RAYMOND WYMAN 
Assistant Professor of Edncation 
B.S. University of Massachusetts; M.Ed. Boston 
University. 

JUDITH YEGELWEL 
Instructor in Romance Languages 
A.B. Hunter College. 

ANTHONY WILLIAM ZAITZ 

Assistant Professor of Speech 

B.S.O. Curry College; M.A. Boston University. 

JOHN KARL ZKENDER 

Assistant Professor of History 

B.A., M.A. The Catholic College of America; Ph.D. 

Yale University. 





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Dean Kilchic 

GEORGE WILLIAM ALDERMAN 

Professor of Physics 
B.A. Williams College. 

CHARLES PAUL ALEXANDER 
Professor of Entomology and Head of Department: 

Dean of School of Science 
B.S., Ph.D. Cornell University. 

STEPHEN IVES ALLEN 
Instructor in Mathematics 
B.A. Amherst College; M.A. Harvard University. 

ALLEN E. ANDERSEN 
Professor of Mathematics and Head of Department 
A.B., M.A. University of Nebraska; Ph.D. Harvard 
LTniversity. 

THOMAS JOSEPH ANDREWS 
Assistant Professor of Zoology 
B.S. LTniversity of Massachusetts; A.M. Williams 
College 

WALTER MILLER BANFIELD 
Assistant Professor of Botany 
B.S. Rutgers University; Ph.D. University of 
Wisconsin. 

LAWRENCE MATTHEWS BARTLETT 
Assistant Professor of Zoology 
B.S., M.S. University of Mas.sachusetts; Ph.D. 
Cornell LTniversity. 

HAROLD DANFORTH BOUTELLE 
Associate Professor of Mathematics 
B.S., Ch.E. Worcester Polytechnic Institute. 

LEON ALSON BRADLEY 
Professor of Bacteriology and Public Health and Head 

of Department 

B.S. Wesleyan LTniversity; Ph.D. Yale University. 

KATHERIXE MAYER BULLIS 

Lahoratori/ Assistiint in Chemistry 

B.S., M.A. Momit'Holvoko College. 

ROBERT STEPHEN BURPO, JR. 
Assistant Professor of Physics 
B.S. American International College. 

BERNARD PIHLIP BU.SSEL 
Instrnrtiir in Mathematics 
B.S. University of Ma.ssachusett.s; ^LA. Columbia 
University. 

HALL GERALD BUZZELL 
Instructor in Mathematics 
A.B. Dartmouth College; M.S. University of Massa- 
chusetts. 

GEORGE WESLEY CANNON 
Associate Professor of Chemistry 
B.A. Dakota Wesleyan University; M.S., Ph.D. 
University of Illinois. 



School 

of 
Science 



HARRY JOHN CHRISTOFFERS 

Instructor in Chemistry 
B.S., M.S. LTniversity of Washington. 

BENJAMIN CHARLES CROOKER, JR. 
Instructor in Physics 
B.S. University of Massaclui.setts. 
ALEXANDER MIDDI.EI'ON CRUICKSHANK 

Instructor in Chcmistn/ 
B.S., M.S. University of Rli.«l<' Islanil. 

HELEN FRANCES CULLEN 
Assistant Professor of Mathematics 
A.B. Radclitte College; M.A., Ph.D. University of 
Michigan. 

REYNOLD BERNARD CZARNECKI 
Assistant Professor of Bacteriology 
B.S. Pennsylvania State College; M.S., Ph.D. Uni- 
versity of Illinois. 

ALPHEUS GEORGE DAVIS 

Instructor in Mathematics 

B.S. LTnion College, M.A. Harvard University. 

LYLE CONWAY DEARDEN 

Instructor in Zoology 

B.A., M.A. University of Utah. 

RUSSELL RICHARDSON DUTCHER 
Instructor in Geology and Mineralogy 
B.S. University of Connecticut 

THOMAS HOWARD FARR 
Instructor in Entomology 
B.A. Western Michigan College; M.S. Michigan 
State College. 

MRS. BERTHA ELEANOR FESSENDEN 
Laboratory Assistant in Chemistry 
B.S. Simmons College. 

RICHARD WILLIAM FESSENDEN 
Professor of Inorganic Chemistry 
B.S., M.S. University of Massachusetts; Ph.D. 
Columbia University. 

GORDON FIELD 

Instructor in Knfnninlogy 

B.S., M.S. Universitv of Massa.luisetts. 

ROY M.\RSIIALI, FISHER 

Assistant Professor of Physics 

A.B. Clark University. 

ALDIS ELWOOD FLINT 
Technical Assistant in Bacteriology 
RALPH I.. FRANCE 
Professor and Acting Head, Department of Bacteriol- 
ogy and Public Health 
B.S. University of Delaware; M.S. University of 
Massachusetts. 



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MARY ELLEN MONICA GARVEY 

Associate Professor of Bacteriology 
B.S. University of Massachusetts. 

HERBERT WILLIAM HAAS 
Lecturer in Public Health 
B.S. in C.E. University of Wisconsin. 
EDWARD I). HALL 
Instructiir in I'hrmintry 
B.S. University of :\IassiMliu.s,-tts. 

EDWARD HALPERN 
Inslrucior in Mathematics 
B.S., M.A. Columbia University. 

JOHN FRANCIS HANSON 

Assista?it Professor of Insect Morphology 

B.S., M.S., Ph.D. University of Massachusetts. 

BRONISLAW MARK HONIGBERG 

Instructor in Zoology 

A.B., M.A., Ph.D. University of California, Berke- 

''^' ANGELO lANTOSCA 

Visiting Lecturer in Public Health 
S.B. MassacluLsetts In.stitnte of Tt-cliiiology. 
WARRFA JRVIXC .lOIIAXSSON 
Instructor in Ge<il<igy and Mineralogy 
B.S., M.S. University of Massachusetts. 
AHMAD ALI KHEIRALLA 
Instntctor in Mathematics 
B.S. Massachusetts Institute of Technology; M.S. 
Stanford L^niversity. 

THEODORE T. KOZLOWSKI 
Professor of Botany and Head of Department 
B.S. Syracuse University; M.S., Ph.D. Duke Uni- 
versitv. 

EDWARD PETER LARKIN 
Instructor in Public Health 
B.S., M.S. LTniversity of Massachusetts 
WALTER WH,FRED LEE 
Lecturer in Public Health 
M.B., M.D., University of Toronto; M.P.H. Har- 
vard University. 

MITCHELL A. LIGHT 
Assistant Professor of Geology and Mineralogy 
A.B., M.A. University of Missouri; Ph.D. Rutgers 
University. 

OSCAR IRVING LITOFF 
Assistant Professor of Mathematics 
B.A., M.A. Wayne University. 

HENRY N. LITTLE 
Associate Professor of Chemistry 
B.S. Cornell University; M.S., Ph.D. University of 
Wisconsin. 





ROBERT B. LIVINGSTON 

Associate Professor of Botany 
A.B. Colorado College;' M.A., Ph.D. Duke Uni- 
versity. 

MANLEY MANDEL 
Instructor in Bacteriology 
B.S. Brooklyn College; M.S., Ph.D. Michigan State 
College. 

ALFRED HERMAN MATHIESON, JR. 

Assistant Professor of Physics 

S.B. State Teachers College, East Stroudsburg, 

Pennsylvania; M.A. Columbia University. 

WALTER EUGENE MIENTKA 

Instructor in Mathematics 

B.S. University of Massachusetts; M.A. Columbia 

University. 

DONALD EU(iENE MOSER 
Instructor in Mathematics 
A.B. Amherst College; A.M. Brown University. 
ALBERT BIGELOW NELSON 
Assistant Professor of Geology and Mineralogy 
B.S. Colby College; M:S. Middlebury College. 
WILLIAM BROWN NUTTING 
Assistant Professor of Zoology 
B.S., M.S. University of Massachusetts; Ph.D. 
Cornell University. 

GEORGE JAMES OBERLANDER 
Instructor in Chemistry 
B.S. Tufts College. 

ERNEST MILFORD PARROTT 
Instructor in Chemistry 
B.S. Union College; M.S. University of Massachu- 
setts; Ph.D. LTniversity of Missouri. 

ROBERT CHARLES PERRIELLO 
Associate Professor of Bacteriology 
B.S. University of Massachusetts. 

WALLACE F. POWERS 

Professor of Physics and Head of Department 
B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Clark University. 

VALDEMARO PUNGA 

Instrvctor in Mathematics 
B.S., M.S. University of Latvia. 

EUGENE CHARLES PUTALA 

Instructor in Botany 
B.S., M.S. University of Massachusetts. 

HAROLD RAUCH 

Assistant Professor of Zoology 
B.S. Queens College; M.S. University of Illinois; 
Ph.D. Brown ITniversity. 



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JOHN WILLIAM RHYNP:, JR. 

Instructor in Chemislry 
B.S. The Citadel. 
. GEORGE ROBERT RICHASON, JR. 

Assixlanl Prnftssur <;/' Clii-mislri/ 
B.S., M.S. University of M;iss:ic-luisetts. 

WALTER STIN rz KITCHIE 
Goessmann Professor of Chemislri/ and Head of De- 
partment; Acting Dean of Schoul of Science 
B.S. Ohio State College; A.M., Ph.D. University of 
Missouri. 

JOHN EDWIX ROBERTS 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry 
B.S., M.S. University of New Hampshire; Ph.D. 
Cornell I^niversity. 

ALEX.VNDER A. ROBERTSON 
Assistant Professor of Bacteriolot/;/ 
Harvard School of Public Health. 

HERBERT DUNCAN ROLLASON, JR. 
Assistant Professor of Zoologi/ 
A.B. Middlebury College; M.A. Williams College; 
M.A., Ph.D. Harvard T'niversitv. 

ISRAEL n.VROLlV ROSE 
Assistant Professor of M atliematics 
B.A., M.A. Brooklyn College; Ph.D. Harvard Uni- 
versity. 

WILLIAM HAROLD ROSS 

Associate Professor of Pli i/sics 

B.A., M.A. Amherst College; Pli.D. Yale Universitv. 

MRS. CLEONE :MILLER ROT.VN 

Instructor in Geology and Mineralogij 

A.B., M.A. Smith College. 

HENRY HERBERT SC.\RBOROUGH, JR. 
Instructor in Botany 
B.S. t'niversitv of Texas. 

ROBERT EBEN SCHAFFRATH 

Instructor in Chemistry 

B.S. Bates College; M.S. Svrncnsc Universitv. 

DONALD SEWEIJ, SCHELTELE 

Instructor in Chemistry 

B.S., M.S. Tufts College 

IRVING HERBERT SCHLAFMAN 
Lecturer iti Public Health 
A.B. Clark University; M.S. LTniversity of Massa- 
chusetts 

NORJNIAN JAMES SCHOONM.VKER 
Assistant Professor of Mathemalirs 
B.S. University of Massachu.sett.';; S.M. University 
of Chicago. 

FRANK ROBERT SHAW 

Associate Professor of Entomology and lieeheeping 

B.S. LTniversity of Massachusetts; Ph.D. Cornell 

L^niversitv. 




POPKIN SHENIAN 

Instructor in Chemistry 
B..\. Clark University. 

HENRY HILLS SKILLINGS 
Instructor in Mathematics 
A.B. Amherst College. 

J. HAROLD SMITH 
Professor of Chemistry 
B.S., M.A. University of Utah; Ph.D. University 
of Wisconsin. 

MARION ESTELLE SMITH 
Instrtwtor in Entomology 
B.S., M.S. University of Massachusetts; Ph.D. 
L'niversity of Illinois. 

JAMES GEORGE SNEDECOR 

Associate Professor of Physiology 

B.S. Iowa State College; Ph. I). Indiana LTniversity 

ERNEST AUGISTIS SNOW 

Lecturer in I'ublic Health 

B.S., M.S. Harvard University. 

JOHN LEBAIJON SPENCER 
Instructor in Botany 
B.S., M.S. University of Massachusetts; Ph.D. 
University of Texas. 

RICHARD STEPHEN STEIN 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry 
B.S. Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn; M.A., 
Ph.D. Princeton LTniversity. 

HARVEY LEROY SWEETMAN 
Professor of Entomology 
B.S. Colorado State Colhge; M.S!'lowa State Col- 
lege; Ph.D. University of Massaduisetts. 
PAUL ARTHUR SWKNSON 

Instructor in Physiology 
B.S. Hamline University; Ph.D. Stanford LTniver- 
sity. 

RAY ETHAN TORREY 
Professor of Botany 
B.S. LTniversity of Massachusetts; Ph.D. Harvard 
University. 

JAY R. TRAVER 
Assistant Professor of Zoologij 
B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Cornell University. 
JOHN EDWARD TYLER 
Instructor in Chemistry 
A.B., A.M. College of the Holy Cross. 
ROBERT W. WAGNER 
Professor of Mathematics 
A.B. Ohio University; M.A., Ph.D. University of 
Michigan. 

THEODORE JOSEPH WANG 
Assistant Professor of Physics 
B.S., Ph.D. L'^niversity of Illinois. 

ARTHUR LEONARD WANNLUND, JR. 
Assistant Professor of Physics 
B.S. University of Massachusetts; M.S. Purdue 
University. 

NEAL THOMAS WATSON 

Instructor in Mathematics 

B..\. Duke University; A.M. Harvard University. 

LEONARD RICHARD WILSON 

Professor of Geology and Mineralogy and 

Head of Department 

Ph.B., Ph.M., Ph.D. University of Wisconsin. 

GILBERT LLEWELLYN WOODSIDE 

Professor of Biology and Head of Department of 

Zoology; Dean of Graduate School 
A.B. DePauw University; M.A., Ph.D. Harvard 
LTniversity. 



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School 

of 
Agriculture and 

Horticulture 




JAMES FRANKLIN ANDERSON 

Instruclor in Pomology 
B.S., M.S. West Virginia University. 

OSCAR GISTAF ANDERSON 

Asxixtaiif Pnifcxxor of Pomology 
B.S. University of Massacliasetts. 

LUTHER BANTA 

Assistant Professor of Poultry Ilushandry 
B.S. Cornell University. 

ROLLIN HAYES BARRETT 

Professor of Farm Management 
B.S. University of Connecticut; M.S. Cornell Uni- 
versity. 

MATTHEW LOUIS BLAISDELL 

Assistant Professor of Animal Husbandry and 

Superintendent of Farm 
B.S. University of Massachusetts. 

LYLE LINCOLN BLUNDELL 

Professor of Horticulture 
B.S. Iowa State College. 

KENNETH LLOYD BULLIS 

Professor of Veterinary Science and 
Head of Department 
D.V.M. Iowa State College; M.S. University of 
Massachusetts. 

JAMES WILLIAM CALLAHAN 

Instructor in Agricultural Economics 
B.S. University of Massachusetts. 

JOSEPH DEMPSEY CAMPBELL 

Instructor in Olericulture 
B.S.A. University of Saskatchewan; M.Sc. McGill 
University. 

WILLIAil GEORGE COLBY 
Professor of Agronomi/ ami Henri of Department 
B.S.A. University of Illinois; M.S., Ph.D. Rutgers 
University. 

LAWRENCE SUMNER DICKINSON 

Associate Professor of Agrostology 
B.S., M.S. University of Massachusetts. 

CHARLES WARREN DUNHAM 

Instructor in Floriculture 
B.S. University of Massachusetts; M.S. University 
of Wisconsin. 

JOHN Ml KKAY KLMOT 

Insln,vt„r In Animal H iishaiiiln) 

B.S. McGill I'Tiivc rsilv; M.S. I iiiwrsilv of Vermont 



JOHN NELSON EVERSON 

Assistant Professor of Agronomy 
B.S., M.S. University of Massachusetts. 

ENIO FELICIOTTI 

Instriiilor In Fmiit Technology 
A.B., A.M. Boston University. 

CARL RAYMOND FELLERS 

Professor of Food Technology and Head of Department 
A.B. Cornell University; M.S., Ph.D. Rutgers 
LTniversity. 

EUGENE JOSEPH FINNEGAN 

Instructor in Dairy Industry 
B.S., M.S. University of Massachusetts. 

WILLIAM HENRY FITZPATRICK 

Instructor in Food Technology 
B.S., M.S., Ph.D. LTniversity of Massachusetts. 

RICHARD CAROL FOLEY 

Professnr of Animal Husbandry 
B.S., M.S. University of Mas.sachusetts. 

ARTHUR PERKINS FRENCH 

Professor of Pomology and Plant Breeding 
and Head of Department of Pomology 
B.S. Ohio State University; M.S. University of 
Massachusetts; Ph.D., LTniversity of Minnesota. 

ROBERT V. GANLEY 

Instructor in Forestry 
B.S. University of Massachusetts; M.F. Duke 
University. 

NATHAN STRONG HALE 
Associate Professor of Animal Husbandry 
B.S. University of Connecticut; M.S. University of 
Minnesota. 

THOMAS SHERMAN HAMILTON, JR. 
Instructor in Landscape Architecture 
B.F.A. University of Illinois. 

DENZEL J. HANKINSON 

Professor of Dairy Industry and Head of Department 
B.S. Michigan State College; M.S. University of 
Connecticut; Ph.D., Pennsylvania State College. 

ROBERT POWELL HOLDSWORTH 

Professor of Forestry and Wildlife Management and 

Head of Department 
B.S. Michigan Slate College; M.F. Yale School of 
Forestry. 

SAMUEL CHURCH HUBBARD 
Assistant Professor of Floriculture 



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\\ILL1AM LEONARD IVES 

Instructor in Floriculture 
B.S. University of Massachusetts. 

FREDERICK PAINTER .lEFEREY 

Professor of Pouttri/ Ihixbaniln/ and 
Head of Ih-parlwcnt 
B.S. Pennsylvania State College; M.S. University 
of Mas.saehusetts. 

AVILLIAM BRADFORD JOHNSON 

Instructor in Olericulture 
B.S. Pennsylvania State College; M.S. University 
of Massachusetts. 

GORDON STEPHENSON KING 

Assistant Professor of Arboriculture 
B.S. Michigan State College. 

DONALD MARKHAM KINSMAN 

Assistant to Superintendent of Farms 
B.S. University of Massachusetts; M.S. University 
of New Hampshire. 

ARTHUR SIDNEY LEVINE 

Associate Professor of Food Technology 
B.S., M.S., Ph.D. University of Massachusetts. 

HARRY GOTFRED LINDQUIST 

Assistant Professor of Dairying 
B.S. University of Massachusetts; M.S. University 
of Maryland. 

ADRIAN HERVE LINDSEY 

Professor of Agricultural Economics and 
Head of Department of Agricultural 
Economics and Farm Management 
B.S. University of Illinois; M.S., Ph.D. Iowa State 
College. 

WILLIAM PRESTON MacCONNELL 

Instructor in Forestry 
B.S. University of Massachusetts; M.F. Y'ale School 
of Forestry. 

IAN TENNANT MORRISON MacIVER 

Instructor in Landscape Architecture 

GERALD JOSEPH McLINDON 

Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture 
B.Arch. Liverpool L'niversity; Dip. CD. Depart- 
ment of Civic Design. 

RALPH GERALD MITCHELL 

Instructor in Animal Husbandry 
B.S. University of Massachusetts. 

DANIEL HORACE NELSON 

Assistant Professor of Dairying 
B.S. University of New Hampshire; M.S. LTniver- 
sity of Missouri; Ph.D. Pennsylvania State College. 

RAYMOND HERMAN OTTO 

Professor of Landscape Architecture and 
Head of Department 
B.S. University of Massachusetts; M.L.A. Harvard 
University Graduate School of Design. 

JOHN LAWRENCE PARSONS 

Instructor in Agronomy 
B.S., M.S. Kansas State College. 

PAUL NICHOLAS PROCOPIO 

Instructor in Horticulture 
B.S. Universitv of Massachusetts. 



VICTOR ARTHUR RICE 

Professor of Animal Husbandry and Head of 
Department 
B.S., D.Agr. North Carolina 'State College; M.Agr. 
l'niversity of Massachusetts. 

JOSEPH HARRY RICH 

Associate Professor of Forestry 
B.S., M.F. New Y'ork State College of Forestry. 

OLIVER COUSENS ROBERTS 

Associate Professor of Pomology 
B.S. University of Massachusetts; M.S. Llniversity 
of Illinois. 

DONALD ERNEST ROSS 

Assistant Professor of Floriculture 
B.S. University ol' Massacluisetts. 

SARGENT RUSSELL 

Assistant Professor of Agric^dtural Economics 
B.S. LTniversity of Maine; M.S. Cornell University. 

WILLIAM CROCKER SANCTUARY 

Professor of Poultry Husbandry 
B.S., M.S. University of Massachusetts. 

DALE HAROLD SIELING 

Dean of Agriculture and Head of 

Experinteulal Station 

B.S., M.S. Kansas State College; Ph.D. Iowa State 

College. 

RUSSELL EATON SMITH 
Professor of Veterinary Scienee 
B.S. University of Massachusetts; V.M.D. LTniver- 
sity of Pennsylvania. 

GRANT BINCEMAN SNYDER 

Professor of Olericulture and Head of Department 
B.S.A. L'niversity of Toronto; M.S. Michigan State 
College. 

PAUL WILLIAM STICKEL 
Assistant Professor of Forestry 
B.S. New York State College of Forestry; M.F. 
Yale University. 

CHARLES HIRAM TH.^'TOR 

Assistant I'nifcssnr if Agronomy 
B.Agr. LTniversity of Massachusetts. 

CLARK LEONARD THAYER 

Professor of Floriculture and Head of Department 
B.S. LTniversity of Massachusetts. 

JAMES THOMSON TIMBERLAKE 

Assistant Professor of Animal Husbandry 
B.S. University of Massachusetts. 

REL^EN EDWIN TRIPPENSEE 

Professor of Wildlife Management 
B.S. Michigan State College; M.S., Ph.D. Univer- 
sity of Michigan. 

ALDEN PARKER TUTTLE 

Assistant Professor of Vegetable Gardening 
B.S. University of Massachusetts; M.S. Pennsyl- 
vania State College. 

JOHN HENRY VONDELL 

Assistant Professor of Poultry Husbandry 

DONALD ELVIN WESTCOTT 

Instructor in Food Technology 
B.S., M.S. University of Massachusetts. 

JOHN MICHAL ZAK 

Instructor in Agronomi/ 
B.S., M.S. University of Slassachusetts. 



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School 

of 
Engineering 




Dean Mar-Ion 



RICHARD ATHERTON 

Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 
B.S., B.E., M.E. Yale University. 

MAURICE EDWARD BATES 

Professor of Mechanical Engineering and 
Head of Department 
B.S.E. (M.E.), Ph.D. University of Michigan; S.M. 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 

ROBERT RODERICK BROWN 

Professor of Electrical Engineering and 
Head of the Department 
B.S. University of Texas; S.M. Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology. 

KENNETH DELBERT CASHIN 

Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering 
B.S., M.S. Worcester Polytechnic Institute. 

ARMAND J. COSTA 

Instructor in Mechanical Engineering 
B.A. American International College. 

JOHN HARLAND DITTFACH 

Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 
B.M.E., M.S. University of Minnesota. 

EDWARD DONALD EMERSON 

Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 
B.S. in M.E. Harvard University; M.M.E. Univer- 
sity of Delaware. 

TSUAN HUA FENG 
Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering 
B.S. in C.E. National Pei-Yang University; M.S., 
Ph.D. University of Wisconsin. 

JOSEPH BARTHOLOMEW GABRYS 

Instrnctor in Civil Engineering 
B.S. Technical University of Moscow; C.E. State 
University of Lithuania; Dr. Eng. in C.E. State 
University of Latvia. 

THOMAS AUGUSTUS GROW 

Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering 
B.S. University of Connecticut 

WILLIAM FRANCIS IIIGGIXS 

Instructor in Electrical F.nginrcring 
B.S. in E.E. University of Ma.ssac-liusc-tts.' 



CARL A. KUPER 

Associate Professor of Metallurgy 
B.S., M.S. Worcester Polytechnic Institute; B.S. 
Carnegie Institute of Technology. 

WALTER SIDELINGER LAKE 

Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 
B.S., M.Ed. Fitchburg State Teachers College. 

JOSEPH WALTON LANGFORD, JR. 

Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering 
B.S. University of New Hampshire; S.M. in E.E. 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 

MARK PAUL LEVINE 

Instructor in Electrical Engineering 
B.S. in E.E. Northeastern Uni\'ersity. 

HERBERT ERNEST LINDNER 

Instructor in Mechanical Engineering 
B.S. in M.E. LTniversity of Massachusetts. 

EDGAR ERNEST LINDSEY 

Professor of Chem ical Engineering 
B.S. in Ch.E. Georgia Institute of Technology; 
D.Eng. Yale LTniversity. 

JOHN BAILEY LONGSTAFF 

Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 
B.S. LTnited States Naval Academy; M.S. Pennsyl-" 
vania State College. 

JOSEPH SOL MARCUS 

Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering 
B.S. Worcester Polytechnic Institute. 

MINER JOHN MARKUSON 

Associate Professor of Agricultural Engineering 
B.S. University of Minnesota. 

GEORGE ANDREWS MARSTON 

Dean of the School of Engineering 
B.S. in C.E. Worcester Polytechnic Institute; M.S. 
LTniversity of Iowa. 

JOHN WILLIAM MOHN 

Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering 
M.E. Stevens Institute of Technology; B.S. Worces- 
ter Polytechnic Institute. 

ELMER C. OSGOOD 

Associate Professor of Civil Engineering 
C.K.. D.Eng. Ren.s.selaer Polvtechnic Institute. 



ROBERT KINCAID PATTERSON 

Assistant Professor of Ai/ricjiltiiral Engiiurriiiy 
B.S. University of Alaiiu' 

GEORGE FREDERICK PUSHEK 

Assistant Professor of Agricultural RiiginccriiKj 

CEDRIC WILLIAM RICHAKDS 

Assistant Profcssiir of Ciril Engineerimj 
B.S. in .Vrcli.E. I'liivt'i-sity of Nebraska; ^I.S. in 
C.E., Ph.n. Staiifoni University. 

CARL SHERWOOD ROYS 

Professor of Electrical Engineering 
B.S. W'orcester Polytechnic Institute; M.S. in E.E., 
Ph.D. Purdue University. 

WALTER WORCESTER SMITH 

Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering 
B.E.E. Northeastern University. 

DANIEL SOBALA 

Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 
S.B. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 

ODDVAR SOLSTAD 

Instructor in Chemical Engineering 
B.S. Tufts College; M.S., University of Massachu- 
setts. 



II1:RBERT NORMAN STAPLETON 

Professor of Agricultural Engineering and 
Head of Department 
B.S., M.S. Kansas State College. 

FREDERICK PAUL STEPHAN 

Instructor in AgricuUmal Engineering 
B.M.E. Cornell University. 

JOHN DAVID SWENSON 

Professor of Mechanical Engineering 
B.S. in M.E. New York University; M.A. Columbia 
University. 

WILLIAM HENRY TAGUE 

Assistant Professor of Agricvltvral Engineering 
B.S. Iowa State' College. 

WILLIAM HENRY WEAVER 

Professor of Mechanical EuginccniK/ 
B.S. in I.E.', M.S. in I.E. IViuisylvania State College. 

MERIT PENNIMAN WHITE 

Head of Civil Engineering Department 
A.B., C.E. Dartmouth College; M.S., Ph.D. Cal- 
ifornia Institute of Technology. 





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School 

of 
Business 

Administration 




RICHARD MOWRY COLAYELL 

Associate Professor of Accounting 
B.S., M.S. University of Rhode Island; Ph.D. Uni- 
versity of Massachusetts. 

HAROUD ERNEST HARDY 

Professor of Marketing 
A.B. Pomona College; Ph.D., University of Minne- 
sota. 

WILLIAM KARR HEFNER 

Assistant Professor of Business Administration 
B.A. Antioch College; C.P.A. 

MILO KIMBALL 
Dean of the School of Business Administration and 

Professor of Business Administration 
B.S. Ohio Northern University; B.B.A., M.B.A. 

Boston University. 



ROBERT WARD LENTILHON 

Instructor in Business Administration 
B.S. University of Rhode Island. 



JAMES BUREN LUDTKE 

Assistant Professor of Finance 
B.A., M.A., Ph.D. State University of Iowa. 

ROBERT LOUIS RIVERS 

Instructor in Industrial Administration 
B.A. Clark University; M.S. University of Illinois. 

EDWIN KEITH SHEMPP 

Assistant Professor of Marketing 
B.A., M.A. Oberlin College; Ph.D. University of 
Pennsylvania. 

FRANK ALBERT SINGER 

Assistant Professor of Accounting 
B.S., M.B.A. Indiana University. 

HAROLD WILLIAM SMART 

Assistant Professor of BvMness Law 
LL.B. Boston University; B.A. Amherst College. 

STANLEY VANCE 

Associate Professor of Industrial Administration 
B.A. St. Charles College; M.A., Ph.D. University of 
Pennsylvania. 




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JOHN P. BARRETT 

Major, U.S.A.F. 
Assistant Professor of Air Science and Tactics 
ALTON B. COLE 
1st Lieutenant, U.S.A.F. 
Assistant Professor of Air Science and Tactics 
B.S. LTniversity of Massachusetts; M.F. Yale Uni- 
versity. 

tHO:MAS ALBERT COOKINGHAM 
Captain, .\rmor, U.S..\. 
Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics 
B.S. Cornell University. 

JOHN G. DeHORN 

Lieutenant Colonel, U.S..\.F. 

Professor of Air Science and Tactics and Head of 

Department 
B.S. Michigan State College. 

GEORGE W. GAUMOND 
Captain, U.S.A.F. 
Assistant Professor of Air Science and Tactics 
B.S. University of Massachusetts. 

JACK E. GRAPENTINE 
Major, U.S.A.F. 
Assistant Professor of Air Science and Tactics 
B.A. Mount LTnion College. 

ROSS ELDON HAMLIN 
1st Lieutenant, U.S.A.F 
Assistant Professor of Air Science and Tactics 
B.S. Purdue University. 




Divisions 

of 

Military and Air 

Science and Tactics 



ROSSLYN CLAYTON McCOLLOR 
Captain, U.S.A.F.R. 

Assistant Professor of Air Science and Tactics 
B.A. University of Minnesota. 

PASQUALE C. NATALE 

First Lieutenant, U.S.A.F. 

Assistant Professor of Air Science and Tactics 

KEXXETII ARTHUR PETERS 

Captain, .\rnior, U.S.A. 

Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics 

B.A. Ripon College. 

DWIGHT W. PRATT 
Lieutenant Colonel, U.S.A.F. 
Assistant Professor of Air Science and Tactics 
B.S. University of Ne\y Hampshire. 

MAURICE O. SEARLE 
Major, U.S.A.F. 
Assistant Professor of Air Science and Tactics 
B.A. Colby College. 

VIRGIL FARRAR SHAW 
Colonel, Armor, LT.S.A. 
Professor of Military Science and Tactics, Head of 

Department 
B.S. U. S. Military Academy; B.A. LTniversity of 
Washington. 

HAROLD GEORGE WELLS, JR. 
Major, U.S.A.F.R. 
Assistant Professor of Air Science and Tactics 
B.S. University of Connecticut. 

GLEX WILLOUGIIBY 

Maj<]r, U.S. Army 

Assistant Professor of Militani Scieiwe and Tactics 

EDW'ARD S. ZDROJKOWSKI 

Major, U.S.A.F. 

Assistant Professor of Air Science and Tactics 



John G. DeHorn. Lieutenant Colonel 




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School 

of 
Home Economics 



MILDRED BRIGGS 

Associate Professor of Home Economies 
A.B. DePauw University; M.S. Iowa State College. 

MRS. GLADYS MAE COOK 

Assistant Professor of Home Economics 
B.S. Battle Creek College; M.S. University of 
Massachusetts. 

ALICE DAVEY 
Instrucior in Home Economics 
B.S. L^niversity of Maryland; M.S. Cornell Univer- 
sity. 

DOROTHY DAVIS 
Assistant Professor of Home Economics 
B.S. Syracuse University; M.A. Columbia L^niver- 
sity. 

SARAH LOUISE HA\VES 
Instructor in Home Economics 
B.S. Northern Michigan College of Education; M.S. 
CornellUniversity. 

OREANA ALMA MERRIAM 

Assistant Professor of Home Economics 
B.S. University of Vermont; M.S. University of 
Massachusetts. 



HELEN S. MITCHELL 

Dean of the School of Home Economics 

A.B. Mt. Holyoke College; Ph.D. Y"ale University. 

MRS. SARA COOLIDGE PIATT 

Assistant Professor of Home Economics 
B.S., M.S. Michigan State College. 

OPAL DORIS STECH 

Assistant Professor of Home Economics 
B.S. Purdue University; M.A. Columbia L'niversity. 

MRS. EMILY PERRY THIES 

Instructor in Home Economics 
B.S. Michigan State College; M.S. Cornell. 

MRS. MARGARET KOERBER WILHELM 

Instructor in Home Economics 
B.S., M.S. University of Massachusetts. 





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Division 

of 
Physical Education 




Director McGuirk 



LOllIN EARL BALL 

Assistant Professor of Physical Education 
B.S. University of Massachusetts. 

REGINA BOUIN 

Instructor in Physical Education for Women 
B.S. Tufts College. 

LAWRENCE ELLIOT BRIGGS 

Associate Professor of Physical Education 
B.S., M.S. L^niversity of Massachusetts. 

FRANCES EVANS CAMP 

Instructor in Physical Edvcation for Women 
B.S. University of Wisconsin; M.S. Wellesley Col- 
lege. 

ROBERT THOMAS CURRAN 
Assistant Professor of Physical Education, 
B.S. in Bus. Ad. College of the Holy Cross. 

l.LKWKl.l.VX LKiHT DERBY 

As.iiiridtc I'rnfr.isitr of Phi/siral Education 
B.S. Springlielil Culk-ge; M.S. University of Massa- 
chusetts. 

CHESTER STEPHEN GLADCHUK 

Assistant Football Coach 
B.S. Ed. Boston College. 

HAROLD MARTIN GORE 

Professor of I>h,/snnl Edwatiou and 
Head of Department of Physical Education 
B.S. Universitv of Massacliu.set'ts. 




MARCIA GRAHAM HIBBARD 

Instructor in Physical Education for Women 
B.S. Russell Sage College; M.S. Syracuse University. 

ELISABETH VICKERV HUBBARD 

histructor in Physical Ed unit inn for H'omen 
B.S. University of Wisconsin; M.A. I'niversity of 
Chicago. 

SIDNEY WILLIAM KAUFFMAN 

Professor of Physical Education 
B.S., M.Ed. Springfield College. 

STEPHEN R. KOSAKOWSKI 

Instructor in Physical Education 
Stockbridge School, ITniversity of Massachusetts. 

EARL EASTMAN I.ORDEN 

Professor of I'hiisiral Education 
B.S., M.Ed. University ol'Xew Hampshire. 

WARREN PIERCE McGUIRK 

Professor of Physical Education and Head of Division 
Ph.B. Boston College. 

CHARLES CHRISTOPHER OROURKE 
Head Coach 
B.S. Boston College. 

ERNEST .JAMES RADCLIFFE 

University Physician 
M.B., M.D. University of Toronto. 

BEN.LVMIN RICCL JR. 

Instructor in Physical Education, Director of 
Department of Athletic Care and Injury 
B.S., M.Ed. Springfield College. 

MAIDA LEONARD RIGGS 

Instructor in Physical Education for Women 
B.S. University of Massachusetts. 

JOSEPH RICHARD ROGERS, .JR 

Associate Professor of Physical Education 

STANLEY FRANCIS SALWAK 

Instructor in I'lii/sical Education 
B.S., M.S. University of Slassacliusetts. 

RUTH JANE TOTMAN 

Professor and Director of Physical Education for 

Women 
B.S. New Jersey College for Women; M.Ed. Uni- 
versity of Pittsburgh. 



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SENIORS 





Sitting: Bake 



111. Wliitmorc, Nc 



Adelphia, senior men's honorary society, continued to carry on 
its program of promoting leadership and co-operation among the 
students on campus. Starting off the year by sponsoring, together 
with Isogon, the football rallies and float parade, Adelphia did much 
to enhance the spirit which helped carry the team to its winning 
season. 

Fnder the sponsorship of Adelphia, the student show, "2000 
A.D.,'' was a successful venture and indicated a better trend in 
Campus Varieties. 

Adelphia also undertook a project which had long been neglected 
on campus. The organization was instrumental in the establishment 
of a new student publicity center which is designed to assist all student 
groups to produce their own bulletins and publicitj^ 

Some of Adelphia's other activities included ushering at convo- 
cations, assisting the freshmen with guided tours of the campus during 
orientation week, and sponsoring the Mt. Toby Project. 

Membership in Adelphia is open to nine juniors and ten seniors 
who are chosen on the basis of their contribution toward the fulfill- 
ment of Adelphia's pm-pose: "To foster and to uphold the highest 
type of fellowship, ideals, and interest at the University of Massa- 
chusetts. " 

ADELPHIA 



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Isogon is the Senior Women's honorary group al I lie University. 
^Members are chosen annually from women of the junior class at a 
candlelight tapping ceremony held on the lawn of INIemorial Hall in 
the spring. Isogon members are chosen on the basis of leadership, 
versatility, and character. The organization, founded at the V. of M. 
in 1940, works closely with other campus groups to build a better 
I'niversity by encouraging school spirit and unity. 

The primary function of Isogon is to serve the University. Under 
the general term "service," Isogon has sponsored many activities 
this year. Its first project was ushering for the class of '52 graduation 
exercises. During the summer, a guidebook for frosh women, Co- 
Ediquette, was published and distributed. 

Returning to school early last fall, its nine members participated 
in a student leaders' meeting where plans were made for freshman 
orientation. Beginning with registration, Isogon assisted with or 
sponsored many activities — opening convocation, football rallies, 
dances, the annual float parade, the Campus Chest, the Mt. Toby 
Recreation Project, and "'WOO A.D." — this year's Caimpus Varieties 
show. Isogon is also represented on such all-campus committees as the 
Calendar Committee, the University Dance Committee, and the 
Commission and Constitutional Revision Committee of the Senate. 



Standing: Cande. Anderson. Sanford, Clifford 
Sitting: Quinn, Smith. Meader, Norcross, Mason 








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Back Row: Smith, Covert, Levitt 
Front Row: Rice, Grimley, Egan, Dave 



Undergraduates 

Theodore Bartlett Covert, Maria Greig 
Davenport, Maureen Catherine Egan, 
Joanne Paula Filar, Oliver Simeon Flint, 
Jr., Mrs. Margaret Rockwood Grimley, 
Ralph Sidney Levitt, Doroth>' France.s 
Radulski, Mrs. Louise Eleanor Rice, 
Luther William Smith, Jr., Raymond 
Frederick Tenney, James Burton Vree- 
land. 

Graduate Students 

Louise Guild, Leonard Learner, Elmer 
Ost. 



PHI KAPPA PHI 



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Senior Class 
Officers 



David Flood. Prcsid 




George Howland. Vice-President 




Jane Allen, Secretary 







Lucieii Prokopowich, Treasurer 



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NORMAN EICF.XE AARON, "Norm." Mathematics. 69 Haywood 
St., Grct'iitiflil. Horn in 1931 at Greenfield. Entered from Greenfield 
High Scliool. Acllvllies: Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; I.Z.F.A. 1, 2, 3; Alpha Epsilon 
Pi 3, 4. 



VERNE ALTON AD.\MS. Animal Husbandry. Old BiUerica Rd., 
Bedford. Born in 1930 at Great Barrington. Entered from Gushing 
Academy. Activities: Animal Husbandry Club 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; 
Varsity "M" 2, 3, 4; Phi Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. 



EDWIN CHARLES ADDIS. "Ted." Mechanical Engineering. 
40 Howes St., Florence. Born in 1931 at Northampton. Entered from 
Northampton High School. Activities: A.S.M.E. 4; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon 4. 



WARREN CLIFFORD ADLERZ. Entomology. Apt. D. 3 Hampshire 
House, Amherst. Born in 1928 at Worcester. Entered from Worcester 
Junior College. Activities: Fernald Entomology Club 2, 3, 4. 



ROBERT LEWIS AKERSON. "Ack." German. 58 SummerhiU Ave., 
Worcester. Born in 1932 at Worcester. Entered from Worcester 
North High School. Activities: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Lambda 
Chi Alpha 2, 3, 4. 



M.VR.IORIE EDITH ALDEN. "Marge." Floriculture. Aucoot Rd., 
Mattapoisett. Born in 1931 at Weymouth. Entered from Braintree 
Higli School. Activities: Dean's Lis't 3; Operetta Guild 2, 3; Flori- 
culture Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Fencing Club 2. 



R. JANE ALLEN. "Janie." Home Economics (Merchandising). 87 
Summer St., Fitchburg. Born in 1931 at Rhineberk, N. Y. Entered 
from Fitchburg High School. Activilics: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Roister 
Doisters 2, 3; Operetta (iuilil 3; Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3; 
Carnival Ball Committee 2; Spring Day Cunnnittee 3; French Club 
1, 2; Home Economics Club 1, 2; Women's Athletic Association 
1, 2, 3, 4; Modern Dance Club 1, 2; Business Administration Club 4; 
Edwards Fellowship 1, 2; Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Social Chairman, 3, 4). 



KENNETH JOSEPH ALVES. Animal Husbandry. Bradford St. Ext., 
I'niviTicetown. Born in 1930 in Provincetown. Entered from Province- 
luwii lligli School. Activities: Meat .Indging Team 4; Animal Hus- 
bandry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pre-Veterinary Club 1, 2; Varsity Rifle Team 
2, 3, 4 (Captain 4); Varsity Pistol Team 2, 3, 4 (Captain 4). 

ROBERT FRANCIS ANASOULIS. "Bob." Pre-medical. 77A. Western 
Ave., Lynn. Born in 1930 at Swampscott. Transferred from Rutgers 
University. Activities: Dean's List 2, 3; Chemistry Club 3, 4; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon 2, 3, 4. 



.I.VNICE RITIT ANDERSON. ".Ian." Business Administration — 
Mcrcliandisiiif;. 72 \{cvi\ St., .\gawain. Born in 1931 at Agawam. 
EnlcrccI from .Vgawiun High School, Activities: Dean's List 3; Band 
2, 3, 4; Ilanillpuok Huard 2, 4; Inde.x 4; Roister Doistir.s 1, 4; Carnival 
Cc.niniiltcc4;()pir<tla Guild 1,2, 3, 4; ( ainpns Varieties .'i; Women's 
Alliletic .Vss<jcialion 1, 2, 3, 4; Business ,\(lnunislration Chib 3, 4; 
Kappa Al])lia Tlicta 1, 2, 3, 4 (.Activities Chairman 4), 



-I'-ZQ 



JEAN MacCREADIE ANDERSON. Busii.oss R.tiuliiig. Vinint; Hill 
R(l., Soutlnvick. Born in 1931 at SpriiigtieW. Transferred from Stepli- 
en's Jr. College. Actirilies: Dean's List 3; Home Eeonomies Club 3; 
^Yonlen"s Athletic .Vssociation 3, 4; Kappa Kappa Gamma 3, i. 



NORMAN ERIC ANT>ERSON. •An.ly.' Landscape Ardiiteeture. 
'2!) Wabash Ave., Worcester. Born in 1931 at Worcester. Transferred 
from Worcester Junior College. Actirilies: Landscape .\rcliitecture 
Chib 3, i: Lambda Chi Alpha 3. 4. 



SONYA ANT^ERSON. "Sonny." Science-Botany, n King St., Orange. 
Bom in 1931 at Orange. Entered from Orange High School. Activitiex: 
Dean's List 1, '2, 3; Isogon 4; Panhellenic 3, 4 (Treasurer 4); Lutheran 
Club 1, 9, 3, 4 (Secretary 1, Vice-President i): Women's Athletic As- 
sociation 1, i, 3, 4 (Bowling Manager ^Z, 3, Vice-president, 4) ; Women's 
Judiciary 3; Pi Beta Phi 1, '2, 3, 4. 



MAX APRILE. French. 15 Maple Ave., Northampton. Born in 19-2S 
at Northampton. Entered from Northampton IliKh School, Aclirilit's: 
Academics Activities Board 1, '2, 3, 4; Dean's List -2, 3; Liternational 
Club 3, 4 (Treasurer 3); French Club 1, -2, 3, 4 (President 4); Rec. 
Planning Club 3, 4. 



RICHARD E. ARCECI. "Dick." Mathematics. 34 Emerald St., 
Winchendon. Born in 193'2 at Winchendon. Entered from Murdock 
High School. Actiinties: Honors W'ork 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 4: 
Mathematics Club 4; Education Club 4; Baseball 1; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4 (Eminent Chronicler 3, 4). 



RAYMOND JOSEPH ARSENAULT. "Ray." Marketing. 183 Fifth 
St., Leominster. Born in 1925 at Leominster. Transferred from Fort 
Devens. Actinities: Dean's List 1, 2; Outing Club 1, 2; Fencing Club 
1, 2, 3; Chess Club 3; Newman Club 1, 2, 3; Chemistry Club 1, 2; 
French Club 1; Psychology Club 1, 2, 3; Camera Club 3; Sigma Phi 
Epsilon 2, 3, i. 



BARBARA ANN ASHE. "Barb." Bacteriology. 294 Elm St., Holyoke. 
Born in 1931 at Holyoke. Entered from Holyoke High School. Actiri- 
iies: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Dorm Captain 4); Bacteriology Club 
1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary-Treasurer 4); French Club 1, 2; Kappa Alpha 
Theta 1, 2, 3, 4. 



LORRAINE MARIE AUGUSTA. "Gus." Home Economics, Foods 
and Nutrition. 27 Grayson Rd., W'inchester. Born in 1932 at Boston. 
Entered from Winchester High School. Activities: Dean's List 3; 
Drill Team 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4;' Sophomore-Senior Hop 
Committee 2; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 4; W'omen's Athletic 
Association 3; Campus Blood Drive 4; House Comisellor 3; House 
Chairman 4. 



RUTH ELIZABETH AVERY. "Ruthie." Government. 219 Lincoln 
Ave., Amherst. Born in 1931 at Huntington, L. I., N. Y. Transferred 
from Colby College. Activities: Dean's List 2; Outing Club 2, 4; 
Student Christian Association 3; College Pilgrim Fellowship 2, 3, 4 
(Social Chairman, Vice-president); Senate 3, 4 (Executive Commit- 
tee); Square Dance Club 2, 3; Phi Delta Nu 2, 3, 4 (Rush Chairman 3, 
President 4). 



LEO ROBERT BACCHIERI. Physical Education. Tyler Ave., East 
Wareham. Born in 1931 at Wareham. Entered from Wareham High 
School. Activities: Dean's List 3; Honors Work 1, 2, 3; Newman Club 
3; Physical Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Soccer 3, 4. 




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NANCY JANE BACHMAN. "NaiK-e." Refreation-Education. 9 Pine 
St., Manchester. Born in ll);!1 at Bevorly. iMitercd from Story High 
School. Actimties: University Cliorns 1, '2, 'i; Student Christian Asso- 
ciation 1, 2, 3, 4; College Pilgrim Fellowship 1, •i, 3; Women's Athletic 
Association 1, '2,3,4 (Badminton Manager); Mt. Toby Recreation 
Project 3, 4 (Chrm. of Pond Activities); Chaplain's Council 3; Pi 
Beta Phi 2, 3, 4 (Censor). 

SAM PETER BAFFO. "Sara." Forestry. 129 South Union St., Law- 
rence. Born in 1931 at Lawrence. Entered from Lawrence High School. 
Actimties: Dean's List 3; Fernald Entomology Club 2; Rod and Gun 
Club 2, 3, 4; Forestry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Mt. Toby Recreation Project 
3, 4 (Associate Chairman 4); Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4 (Dispensing 
Chairman 3, 4; Steward 4). 



IRENE ANN BAGINSKI. "Rena." Food Technology. 51 Norwood 
Terrace, Holyoke. Born in 1932 at Holyoke. Entered from Holyoke 
High School. Actimties: Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Panhellenic 3, 4; Index 3; 
Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Food Technology Club 4; Women's Athletic 
Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Chi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4 (Housemanager 4). 

DAVID BURTON BAKER. "Dave." English. 10}/^ Granite St., 
Methuen. Born in 1930 at Lawrence. Entered from E. F. Searles 
High School. Activities: Adelphia 4; Roister Doisters 2, 3, 4; Operetta 
Guild 2, 3, 4; Campus Varieties 1, 2, 3, 4; Geology Club 1, 2; W.M. 
IT.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 (Station Director 2); Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Executive 
Committee 3). 

WILI>I.\M EDWARD BAKEY. "Red." Physical Education. 22 Taft 
St., Xiirlli Adams. Born in 1932 at North Adams. Entered from 
Drury High Siliool. Activities: Class Officer 3 (President); Adelphia 
3, 4; Dean's List 3; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dad's Day Committee 3; 
Mother's Day Committee 3; Ring Committee 3, 4; Spring Day Com- 
mittee 3 (Chairman); Varsity "M" 2, 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4; 
Varsity Basketball 2; Physical Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman 
Kootball 1; Freshman Basketball 1; Freshman Baseball 1; Kappa 
Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. 

JULIE ANN BALICKI. "Balick." Medical Technology. 5 Miller Ave., 
Holyoke. Born in 1932 at Holyoke. Entered from Holyoke High 
School. Activities: Index 4; Newman Club 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 3); 
Carnival Ball Committee 4; Bacteriology Club 3, 4 (Vice-president 
4); Senate 4; Women's Affairs Committee 4; Kappa Alpha Theta 
1, 2, 3, 4. 

GLENN THATCHER BARBER. Economics. 22 Brentwood Ave., 
Arlington. Born in 1931 at Worcester. Entered from Arlington High 
School. Activities: Interfraternity Council 2, 3, 4 (Historian 3, Secre- 
tary 4); Blood Drive 4 (Chairman); Adelphia 4; House Counselor 4; 
Choir (S.C.A.) 1, 2; Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; College 
Pilgrim Fellowship 1, 2; Chaplain's Council 4; Campus Chest 4; 
LTniversity Calendar Committee 4; DeMolay Club 1, 2, 3 (Vice- 
president 3); Zeta Zeta Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 3, President 4). 

JAMES SANBORN BARNES. "Jim." English Literature. 15 Oak St., 
Marlilchead. Born in 1931 at Marblehead. Entered from Marblehead 
High School. Activities: Student Christian Association 3, 4; Radio 
Club 2, 3; Hockey Club 1; Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4 (House Chap- 



FRANCIS AMBROSE BAROUS. "Frankie." Marketing— Business 
Administration. 98 Central St., Andover. Born in 1931 at Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Entered from Lawrence Central Catholic High School. Activi- 
ties: Dean shhtS; Index4; Newman CInli 1, 2, 3, 4; V'arsity "M" 2, 
3, 4; Varsity Track 2, 3, 4 (Captaiii 41; \'arsity Basketball 3, 4; 
Lambda Chi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4. 

DAVID CHARLES BABTLEIT. "Dave." Civil Engineering. 11 War- 
ren Ave., I.cirrslcr. Born in 1929 at Worcester. Transferred from Wor- 
cester Juni<ir ('(illcgc. Activities: Dean's List 2, 3; Rec. Planning Club 
2; Ski Club 2, 3; A.S.C.E. Student Chapter 2, 3, 4. 



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JANE BARTLETT. Home Economics (Merchandising). U Park 
Lane, East Walpole. Born in 1931 at Norwood. Entered I'roni Walpole 
High Scliool. Actiritiex: Honse Coun.selor 3, 4; Student CIn-istian 
Association 1, '2, 3, i; Carnival Ball Fashion Show "i; Sophomore- 
Senior Hop Committee '2; Si)rinf; l)av Cianmittee 3; Home Economies 
Chib 1, i, 3, 4; Women's Athletic .Vssociation 1, ->. 



EDWARD PHILIP BECKWITH. "Ed." Mechanical Engineering. 
^■i Frederick St., North Adams. Born in 19'27 at North Adams. 
Entered from Adams High School. Actirities: American Society of 
Mech. Engineers '2, 3, 4; Society of Automotive Engineers 3: Zeta 
Zeta Zeta 1, -2, 3, 4 (Vice-President '2, House Manager 3). 



RICHARD HAROLD BEDDOW', JR."Dick." Landscape Architecture. 
80 ^[anot Ril., Springtield. Born in 193'2 at Springfield. Entered from 
Technical High School. Activities: Quarterly 4; Index 4; LTniversity 
Chorus 1: Cam])ns Varieties 1, '2; Outing Club 1; Newman Club 1, '2; 
Landscape .Vrchitecture Club 3, 4; Alpha Phi Omega 3, 4 (Historian 3, 
Vice-President 4): W.M.U.A. 3, 4; Forestry Club 1, -2; Soccer Team 
1, 2, 3, 4; Q.T.V. 1, -2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 3). 



JOHN CLINTON BELDING. "Jack." Wildlife Management. 63 
Washington Ave., Northampton. Born in 1938 at Northampton. 
Entered from Northampton High School. Activities: Rod & Gun 
Club 2, 3, 4. 

LORETTA JEANNE BELVAL. "Belle." Modern Languages. 6 Maple 
St., Whitinsville. Born in 1931 at Whitinsville. Entered from North- 
bridge High School. Activities: Executive Board of Class 1; Newman 
Club 1, '2, 3, 4; Carnival Ball Committee 4; Mother's Day Committee 
1; French Club '2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Women's Athletic Associa- 
tion 1, '2, 3, 4; House Counselor 3, 4; Education Club 3, 4; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma 1, '2, 3, 4 (Assistant Membership Chairman 3, Ef- 
ficiency Chairman 4). 

LOUISE M. BELVAL. Chemistry. 478 Church St.. Whitinsville. 
Born in 1932 at Whitinsville. Entered from Northbridge High 
School. Activities: Dean's List 1; Index 2; Concert Association 2, 3; 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3; Women's Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; Chi 
Omega 1, 2, 3, 4. 



GORDON VERNON BENSON. "Swede." Physical Education. 
. 402 Wallingtord Ave., Athol. Born in 1927 at Athol. Entered from 
Athol High School. Activities: Kappa Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. 



RENE HENRY BERNIER. French. 14 Knight Ave., Easthampton. 
Born in 1930 at Easthampton. Entered from St. Michael's High 
School. Activities: Dean's List 3; Education Club 4; French Club 3, 4. 



WILLIAM EDW'ARD BERNIER. "Bill." Geology. 77 Milk St., Fitch- 
burg. Born in 1932 at Fitchburg. Transferred from Fitchburg High 
School. Activities: Student Christian Association 3, 4; Geology Club 
3,4 (Vice-presidents); Sigma Gamma Epsilon 4; Channing Club3, 4; 
Ski Team 4; Brooks House Social Chairman 4. 



THOMAS RAYMOND REVIVING. Bacteriology. 77 Maryland St., 
Springfield. Born in 1931 at Springfield. Entered from Classical High 
School. Activities: Bacteriology Club 3, 4; Maroon Key 2; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4. 




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GEORGE HENRY BICKNELL, JR. "Chub." Poultry. 288 Middle St., 
East Weymouth. Born in 1930 at Weymouth. Entered from Wey- 
mouth High School. Activities: Varsity "M" Club i, 3, i; Football 
1, % 3, l (Captain 4) ; Kappa Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. 



EDWARD CARL BIEBER. "Ed." Business Administration. 44 West- 
field Rd., Holycke. Born in 1932 at Holyoke. Transferred from 
Holyoke Junior College. Activities: Lutheran Club 3. 



CAROLYN N. BILLINGS. "Canna." Home Economics— Foods and 
Nutrition. Southeast St., Amherst. Born in 1932 at Gardner. Entered 
from Perley High School. Activities: Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Choir of 
S.C.A. 1; University Chorus 2; Chorale 2, 3; Operetta Guild 2, 3; 
Campus Varieties 4; Student Christian Association 1, 2; Judson 
Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 3); Home Economics 1, 2, 4; Phi 
Delta Nu 2, 3, 4 (Corresponding Secretary 4). 



VANCE GEORGE BLAKE. Business Administration. 23 Carey St., 
Needham. Born in 1931 at St. Louis, Missouri. Entered from Need- 
ham High School. Activities: Football 1; Campus Varieties 2; Inter- 
national Relations Club 3; Phi Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4 (Sentinel). 



I'RANCES BLANK. "Frannie." English. 70 Esmond St., Dorchester. 
Born in 1931 at Boston. Entered from Roxbury Memorial High 
School for Girls. Activities: Dean's List 2; Index 3, 4; Roister Doisters 
1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Varieties 2, 3; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice-president 3); 
Radio Club 1, 2, 3; Education Club 3, 4; Sigma Delta Tau 2, 3, 4 
(Publicity Chairman 3, President 4). 



LOUISE ELAINE BOISVERT. Dietetics. 96 River Ave., Williman- 
sett. Born in 1932 at Holyoke. Entered from Chicopee High School. 
Activities: Roister Doisters 3; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Carnival 
Committee 2; Mother's Day Committee 2; Home Economics Club 
2, 3, 4; W.M.U.A. 2, 3; Women's Athletic Association 2. 




ALLEN COSTANTE BOTACCHI. "Al." Floriculture. R.F.D. No. 3, 
Great Barrington. Born in 1930 at Boston. Entered from Searles 
High Scliool. Activities: Floriculture Club 2, 3, 4 (Vice-president 4); 
Alpha Gamma Rho 2, 3, 4 (Reporter 4). 



THOMAS HENRY BOTT, III. "Tom." Economics. 6 Columbia Rd., 
Bc\(Tly. Born in 1931 at Salem. Entered from Beverly High School. 
Transferred from Kenyon College. Activities: Dean's List 2, 3, 4; 
Honors Work 4; Kenyon Singers 1; Edward's Fellowship 3, 4; 
Campus Chest 4; Senate 3 (Treasurer, Acting President); Economics 
Honor Society 3, 4 (Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 4); Men's Ju- 
diciary 4. 



RICHARD JAMES BOUTILIER. "Buddha." History. 70 Warwick 
St., Longmeadow. Born in 1932 at Utica, N. Y.; Entered from Class- 
ical High School. Activities: Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4 (Steward 4) ; 
I.F.C. Representative 3, 4 (Rushing Chairman 4). 



SARA T. BOYLE. "Sally." Home Economics. 15 Myrtle St., Clinton. 
Born in 1931 at Ware. Transferred from Framingham State Teachers 
College. Activities: Newman Club 3, 4; Home Economics Club 3, 4. 



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RAYISIOND EDGAR BRADLEY, JR. "Ray." Zoology. 1 King St., 
Littleton Common. Bom in 193'J at New Vineyard, Maine. 
Transferred from SiitVolk University. Actiinties: Dean's List 3; 
University Chorus 3; Campus Varieties i: Newman Club 3, 4; 
Pro-Med! Club 3, 4. 



JOHN RICHARD BRESXAIIAX. "Hres." In.lu.stiial .Vdministrati.m. 
678 East St., Holyoke. Burn in 1!)30 at Holyokc. Entered from Mon- 
son Academy. Actirilics: lidisttr Doisters 3; Newman Club 1, 'J; 
Psychology Club 4; Zoology Club 3: International Club 3; Military 
Ball Committee 3, 4; Lambda Chi Alpha '2, 3, 4. 



SIDNEY RALPH BRESNICK. "Sid." Bacteriology. 304 Washington 
.Vve., Chelsea. Born in 193'J at Boston. Entered from Chelsea High 
School. ActivHies: Pre-Med. Club -2, 3: Alpha Epsilou Pi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



RUSSELL OVIDE BRIERE. "Russ." Pre-Medical in Chemistry. 
567 Lebanon Hill, Southbridge. Born in 193'2 at Southbridge. En- 
tered from Mary E. Wells High School. Actirities: Dean's List 3; 
Newman Club 3, 4; Chemistry Club 4; Poultry Club 3, 4; Univ. 
Athletic Council 3; Track 1, -2, 3, 4; Football Manager 1, 3, 3; Var- 
sity "M" Club -2, 3, 4; Phi Sigma Kappa 1, '2, 3, 4. 



JAMES EDWARD BRISTOL. "Jim." Business Administration. 
1-2 Blake Ave., West Boylston. Born in l!)3l at Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Entered from Major Edwards High School. Jrtiriliv.s: Dean's List 2; 
Business Administration Club 3, 4 (Treasurer 4); Maroon Key 2; 
Band 1, '2; Campus Varieties 1, '2; Spring Day Committee 3; Theta 
Chi 1, '2, 3, 4. 



JOSEPH BROUDE. Accounting. 181 Harvard St., Brookline. Born in 
1931 at Cambridge. Entered from Brookline High School. ActivUieit: 
Dean's List 3; Quarterly 1, i; Collegian 1, 2 (Sports Editor 1, As- 
sociate Editor 1, Feature Editor 2); Index 3, 4 (Sports Editor 
3); Tau Epsilon Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Bursar 4). 



DONALD JOSEPH BRUNI. "Tacky." Physics. 5 Acacia St., Glouces- 
ter. Born in 1930 at Gloucester. Entered from Gloucester High 
School. ActivUies: Dean's List 1; Collegian 1; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Chemistry Club 1 ; Lambda Chi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4. 



MARIO JOSEPH BRUNI. English. 27 Springside Ave., Pittsfield. 
Born in 1931 at Pittsfield. Entered from Pittsfield High School. 
Activities: Band 1, 2; Roister Doisters 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 3): Oper- 
etta Guild 2, 3; Campus Varieties 2, 3 (Co-Director 3); French Cluli 
1, 2, 3, 4; Modern Music Club 3, 4 (Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4); Inter- 
Class Plays 2, 3, 4 (Director 3). 



JANET ANN BUCK. "Bucky." Recreational Leadership. 18 Hersam 
" St., Stoneham. Born in 1931 at Woburn. Entered from Stoneham 
High School. Activities: Dean's List 1, 3; Student Christian Associa- 
tion 1, 2; Home Economics 1; Nature Guide Association 3; Women's 
Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Scrolls 2; Education Club 4; Pi Beta 
Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Athletic Supervisor, Pledge Supervisor). 



HEATON LYALL BULLOCK. "Mike." (leology. 72 Livingston Ave., 
Pittsfield. Born in 1930 at Pittsfield. TraiisfcrriMl from Heidelberg 
College. Actimties: Band 3; Collegian 3 (Photo Editor); Index 3, 4 
(Photo Editor 3); W.M.U.A. 3 (Photographer). 




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PHILIP WOODWARD BULMAN. "Phil." Business Administration. 
16 Exchange St., Athol. Born in 1931 at Greenfield. Entered from 
Williston Academy. Aciinties: Dean's List 2, 3; Business Adminis- 
tration Club -i; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, i. 



BEVERLY ANNE BURNS. "Bev." Home Economics. 1384 Com- 
monwealth Ave., Brighton. Born in 1932 at Worcester. Entered 
from Brighton High. Activities: Senate 4; Handbook Board 3; New- 
man Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Association Club 4; Home Economics 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 
4; Chi Omega 2, 3, 4 (Personnel Chairman 4). 



PAUL EDWARD BURNS. "Bunso." Marketing. 18 Emerson St., 
Belmont. Born in 1931 at Cambridge. Entered from Belmont High 
School. Activities: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 1, 2; 
International Relations Club 3; Inter-Class Plays 1, 2, 3, 4; Business 
Administration Cluli 3, 4; Campus Chest 4. 



NORMAN IRVING BURSTEIN. "Norm." Government. 103 Melha 
Ave., Springfield. Born in 1931 at Springfield. Transfer from New 
York University. Activities: Dean's List 2, 3; Index 4; Hillel 2. 



v\LLY ANN CANDE. Elementary Education. Flintstone Farm, 
Dalton. Born in 1931 at Pittsfield. Entered from Dalton High School. 
, [clintii-x: Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Scrolls 2; Isogon 4; House Counselor 3; 
llc,u-.c <li;iirman 4; University Chorus 1; Phillips Brooks Club 1, 2; 
( liaphuiis Council 4; Psychology Club 4; Kappa Alpha Theta 1, 2, 
3,4. 



WENDALYN RUTH C.\RD. "Wendy." Home Economics. South 
Maple St., Brocklicld. Born in 1931 at New Gloucester. Entered 

from Brookfield High Scl 1. Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Honors 

Work 4; Women's Glee Club 3; Home Economics Club 1, 3, 4; Judson 
Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4 (Supper Comm. 2, Social Comm. 3); Pi Beta Phi 
1, 2, 3, 4 (Asst. Treas. 3, Treas. 4). 




JOAN ELLEN CARLSON. "Tippy." Entomology. 49 Otis St.,^ Med- 
ford. Born in 1931 at .Vrliiigton. Entered from Medtord High School. 
Activities: Dean's List 3; Roister Doisters 1; LTniversity Chorus 1; 
Chorale 2; Operetta Guild 2; Outing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Square Dance 
Club 1, 2; Student Christian .\ssociation 1; 'V\'esley Foundation 3, 4: 
Fernald Entomology Club 2, 4 (Secretary 3): Modern Dance Club 2; 
Phi Delta Nu 2, 3, 4. 

MARGARET ELIZABETH R. CARLSON. "Merc." Psychology. 
R.F.D. 1, Sheffield. Born in 1932 at Tallinn, Estonia. Transfer from 
Cortland State Teachers' College. Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Band 1, 2, 3; Operetta Guild 3, 4; Carnival Committee 3, 4; Psy- 
chology Club 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4 (Riding 
Director 4); Naiads 1, 2, 3, 4 (Director of Freshman Naiads 3); 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 2, 3, 4 (Registrar 4). 

MIRIAM ROLLINS CARLSTROM. "Mim." Home Economics. 91 
Wood St., Woodville. Born in 1931 at Milford. Entered from Hop- 
kinton High School. Activities: Dean's List 3; University Chorus 1; 
Chorale 2, 3; Operetta Guild 2, 3; Stmlent Christian Associationl, 3, 
4; Judscn Fellowship 1, 2, ,'i, t; Hume Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Square Dance Club 2; Sigma Kappa 2, 3, 4 (House Manager 4). 

RICHARD EGIDIO CARPING. "Carp, Dick." Public Health. 48 
West l^nion St., Pittsfield. Born in 192.") at Pittsfield. Transfer from 
St. Micliael's College. Wiiicuski Park, Vt. Activities: Newman Club 
2, 3, 4; Public Health and Bacteriology Club 3, 4; Pre-Med. Club 4; 
Senate 4; Lacro.s.se 3, 4; Campus Chest 4. 



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JOHN PATRICK CARROLL, JR. "Pat." Polilioal Scii-iicc. 5i Main 
St., Millers Falls. Born in 1930 at Greenfield. Transfer from Nortli- 
western University. Actinties: Dean's List 2, 3; Student Senate -t 
(President); Men's Judiciary 3; Collegian 3; WMUA 3, 4 (News 
Director 4). 



ALAN BOLLES CARTER. "Al." Physical Kdncation. 8 Main St., 
Amherst. Born in 1!)'2!) at Windsor, Vt. Transfer from Florida State 
Lfniversity. Aciivilies: Dean's List 4; Varsity Track i. 3, 4; Varsity 
Soccer '2; Winter Track -2, 3, 4; Theta Clii 1. '2, 3, 4. 



JAMES A. CARTER. "Jim." Electrical Engineering. Main St., Shef- 
field. Born in 1931 at Winstcd, Conn. Entered from Sheffield High 
School. Acth'iiies: American Institute of Electrical Engineers 2, 3, 4; 
Concert Band 1, '2; Marclihig Baud '2, 3. 



JOHN JOSEPH CARTY. Accounting. 3'2S Eastern Ave, Springfield. 
Born in 19^29 at Springfield. Transfer from Spriiiglield Junior College. 
Actii'ilie.':: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Honors Work t; Business Adminis- 
tration Club 3, 4; Newman Cluli 3, 4; Outing Club '2, 3; Zeta Zeta 
Zeta 3, 4 (Treasurer 4.) 



SHERWOOD ELMER CARVER. "Woodie." Psychology. Scantic 
Rd., Hampden. Born in 193'2 at New York, N. Y. Entered from 
Classical High School, Springfield. Activities: Dean's List 3; Student 
Christian Association 1; W'esley Foundation 3, 4; Embassy 2, 3 
(Chairman 3); Chaplain's Council 3, 4; Band 3; Interclass Play '2; 
Intramural Football 2, 3; Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4; Intramural 
Bowling 3; Zeta Zeta Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 1, President 2, 3, 
Chaplain 4). 



ELINOR MARGARET CASAVECCHIA. "Elly." Dietetics. 125-78th 
St., North Bergen, N. J. Born in 1931 at North Bergen. Transfer 
from Larson Jr. College. Activities: Campus Varieties 3; Home Eco- 
nomics Club 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 3, 4; Mt. Toby 
Recreation Project 4; Kappa Kappa Gamma 3, 4. 



RICHARD JOSEPH CASEY. "Dick." Accounting. 48 West Broad- 
way St., Gardner. Born in 1931 at Gardner. Entered from Gardner 
High School. Actimlies: Dean's List 2, 3; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; 
Carnival Ball Committee (Co-chairman 3); Carnival Committee 3; 
Spring Day Committee 3; Interfraternity Council 3, 4 (Treasurer 3), 
President 4); Kappa Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 4). 



DANIEL CASPER. Food Technology. 53 Sammett St., Maiden. Born 
in 1927 at Maiden. Transfer from Northeastern University. Actitrities: 
Dean's List 3; Hillel 3, 4; Food Technology Club 3, 4 (President); 
WMLTA 3, 4 (Director of Special Events); House Counselor 4. 



CAROLE JOYCE CASSADY. Elementary Education. 67 Gillette 
Ave., Springfield. Born in 1931 at Detroit, Mich. Transfer from Ohio 
Wesleyan I'niv. Activities: Dean's List 3; Roister Doisters 3, 4; 
Wesley Foundation 3, 4 (Recreation Leader 4); Chaplain's Council 3; 
Education Club 3, 4; Home Economics CluV) 4. 



AUDREY JEANE CATE. "Catie." Dietetics. 33 Park St., Shrewsbury 
Born in 1931 at Springfield. Entered from Maj. Howard W. Beal 
High School. Activities: Dean's List 3; Drill Team 3, 4; Women's 
Glee Club 2; Outing Club 1; Home Economics Club 4; Women's 
Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. 




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IIIOMAS E. CAULEY. "Tom." Marketing. 152 Jackson Parkway. 
Holyoke. Born in 1931 at Holyoke. Entered from Holyoke High 
School. Activities: Dean's List 1, 3, 4; Newman Club 2, 3; Carnival 
Ball Committee 2; Inter-Greek Ball Committee 3; Spring Day Com- 
mittee 3; Business Administration Club 3, 4; Baseball 1; Lambda 
Chi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 4). 

DAVID BARNETT CAVE. "Dave." Geology. Douglas. Born in 1931 
at Winchester. Entered from Douglas High School. Actimties: Ge- 
ology Club 3, 4; Ski Club 1; American Societv of Civil Engineers 2; 
Theta Chi 2, 3, 4. 



NINA GAIL CHALK. "Ni." English. 327 St. James Ave., Springfield. 
Born in 1931 at Springfield. Entered from Classical High School. Activ- 
ities: Collegian 1, 2, 3, 4 (News Editor 2, Managing Editor 3, Ex- 
ecutive Editor 4); Roister Doisters 1, 2, 3; Carnival Committee 4; 
Mother's Day Committee 2; Sophomore-Senior Hop Committee 2; 
Women's Athletic Association 1. 2, 3, 4; Scrolls 2; Judiciary 4 (Chief 
Justice); House Counselors; Senate Constitution Committee 4; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma 1, 2, 3, 4 (Recording Secretary 4). 

JAMKS W.VI/PER CHAPMAN. "Jim." Fine Arts. 13 Orchard St., 
Mcrriinac . Born in 1931 at Medford. Entered from Haverhill High 
School. Aviicilies: Dean's List 1, 3; Flint Oratorical Contest 3; Roister 
Doisters 3, 4; Chorale 1, 2, 3, 4; Operetta Guild 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus 
Varieties 4; Stockbridge Glee Club 3, 4 (Director); Phi Sigma Kappa 
1, 2, 3, 4. 



RAYMOND) ROY CHAPPELL, JR. "Ray." Business Administration. 
French King Highway, Gill. Born in 1931 at Greenfield. Entered 
from Turners Falls High School. Actiiities: Dean's List 2, 3; Newman 
Club 4; Business Administration Club 4; Military Ball Committee 4; 
Zeta Zeta Zeta 3, 4. 



DONALD WALTER CHARLES. "Don." Civil Engineering. 984 
Boston Rd., Haverhill. Born in 1927 at Waltham. Entered from 
Haverhill High School. Activities: Dean's List 2, 3; .\merican Society 
of Civil Engineers 2, 3, 4, (Secretary 3) . 



M ARJORIE ANNE CH.\SE. "Margie." Home Economics. 62 Calumet 
Rd., Holyoke. Born in 1931 at Holyoke. Entered from Holyoke High 
School. Acfirities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Handbook Board 3; Index 4; 
Women's Glee Club 2; Xewman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Mother's Day Com- 
mittee 2; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Kappa Alpha Theta 1, 2, 
3, 4 (Treasurer). 



JANET ROSE CHAVES. "Jan." Chemistry. 290 Sawyer St., New 
Bedford. Born in 1931 at New York City, N. Y. Entered from New 
Bedford High School. Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Chemistry 
Club 3, 4 (Corresponding Secretary 4); Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Education Club 3, 4; Square Dance Club 1. 




MILDRED MUSZYNSKI CHICK. "Millie." Pre-Medical. 76 Fearing 
St., Amherst. Born in 1924 at Easthampton. Transfer from Hclyoke 
Junior College. Activities: Dean's List 3, 4. 



DONALD GEORGE CHUCKA. "Don. " .Vccounting. SI CraiweU 
Ave., West Springfield. Born in 1931 at Madison, Wis. Entered from 
Springfield Tech. Activities: Dean's List 3; Zeta Zeta Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4 
(Treasurer 2, 3). 



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ANTHONY NICHOLAS CIIULLO. "Boiizo." riivsi.al Education. 
7 Hnini St., \V;itfi-t<.\vii. Bcirn in ID'.'S ;it (\unliriclf;f. 'rnMisfer from 
Boston Colli-fir. .Ic/inViV.v; N'cwnuin Cluli ;!, 4; luti'i--C'ln,ss Athletic 
Board 1, 'i; Foothidl 1, '.J; Baseball I: Track 1, •J, 4: House President 
4; Pliysicnl Kdncation Clul> i, 3, 4; House Athletic Director 4; Educa- 
tion dull ;!, 4. 



JOAN ALICK CLARK, "Clarkic." Sociolog.v. 307 North Main St„ 
Sullicld, Conn. Born in KWI at Indianapolis, Lidiana. Transfer 
from Marvinonnt College. Ailiritlcs: N'cwman Club 3, 4: Sociology 
Clnl. 3, 4; Senate 4; Kappa Alpha Theta 3, 4. 



BARBARA ANNE CLIFFORD, "Cliff." Reireation Education, 1'20 
Great Road, Bedford. Born in 1931 at Boston. Entered from Lexington 
High School, Actimtiex: Dean's List 3: Isogdn 4; Senate 1; Univer- 
sity Chorus 1; Newman Club 3, 4; Carnival Queen Committee 2; 
Women's Athletic .\ssociation 1, -2, 3, 4 (President 3, Hockey Man- 
ager '2); Scrolls '2; Folk Festival 3, 4 (Chairman 4); House Chairman 
3, 4: Pi Beta Phi L '2, 3, 4 (Pledge Trainer, Rush Chairman). 



WlLLl.VM FREDERIC CODY. "Sabu," English, 33 Woods Ave., 
Holyokc. Horn in 1!)31 at Holyoke. Entered from Holvoke High 
School. Arlirilii's: Dean's List L 3, 4; Statesmen 1, 2, 3, 4 (Directors); 
Carnival Ball Committee 3: Pre-Med, Club 2; International Rela- 
tions Club 1, 2; Phi Sigma Kappa 1, '2, 3, 4, 



CLAIRE COHEN, "Cokie," Merchandising, Business Administra- 
tion, 56 East St., Sharon, Born in 1931 at Boston, Entered from 
Girls' Latin School, Boston, Actiiilies: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Honors 
Work 4; Campus Varieties 3, 4; Business Administration Club 2, 3, 4 
(Secretary 4) ; Hillel 1, "i, 3, 4; .\thletic Committee, Lewis 1 (Chair- 
man); Social Committee, Knowlton '2, 3 (Chairman 3), 



D.WTD ALLAN COLE, "Dave." Poultry Husbandry, R,D, No. 1, 
Easthampton, Born in 1931 at Holyoke, Entered from Williston 
Academv, Activities: Dean's List 3, 4; Poultrv Club 3, 4; Soccer 
1, '2, 3, 4, 




RICHARD ASHLEY CONWAY, "Rac," Science, 498 WiUard St„ 
Quincy, Born in 1931 at Weymouth. Entered from Quincy High 
School. Ailirities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Maroon Key 2; Carnival 
Ball Connnittee 3, 4; Bacteriology-Public Health Club 2, 3, 4; Var- 
sity "M" Club 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2; Track 1; Kappa 
Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4 (Pledge Chairman 3, Vice-President 4). 



JOSEPH ARTHUR COPPOLA. "Joe." 1272 Boston Rd., Haverhill. 
Born in 1931 at Lawrence. Entered from Tilton Prep, Activities: 
Dean's List 2, 3; Business Administration Club 4; Chaplain's Council 
3; Honors Work 4; Student Christian Association 1; .\lpha Gamma 
Rho 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer). 



ROBERT LAWRENCE CORKT'M. "Bob." Business Administration. 
41 Washington St., Stoneham. Born in 1932 at Maiden. Entered 
from Stoneham High School. Activities: DeMolay 1, 2; Varsity Base- 
ball 2, 3, 4; L'niversity Chorus 1; Lambda Chi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4. 



RICHARD KIMBALL CORNFOOT. "Dick." Floriculture. 95 Oak- 
land Ave., Quincy. Born in 1930 at Revere. Entered from Quincy 
High School. Activities: Dean's List 2, 3; Student Christian Associa- 
tion 1, 2; Floriculture Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Social Committee 4); House 
Counselor 3, 4: Swimming Team 2, 3, 4 (Captain 4); Alpha Gamma 
Rho 1, 2, 3, 4. 




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ROBERT DUNCAN CORSER. "Bob." Bacteriology. Great Barring- 
ton. Born in 1931 at Great Barrington. Entered from New Marl- 
borough High School. Activities: Bacteriology and Public Health 
Club 2, 3, 4; Aviation Club -I (Treasurer); Pre-Med Club 3, i; Band 
1, 2; Alpha Gamma Rho 2, 3, i. 



ELIZABETH ANNE COTfON. "Ace." Home Economics. Elm St., 
Boxford. Born in 1931 at Boston. Entered from Topsfield High 
School. Activities: Outing Club 2; Honors Work 2; Edwards Fellow- 
ship 2, 3, i (Social Chairman 4) ; Sophomore-Senior Hop Committee 
2; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, i (Sophomore Representative 2); 
Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4 (Field Hockey Manager 3); 
Naiads 2, 3, 4; Pi Beta Phi 2, 3, 4 (Publicity Chairman 4). 



EDWARD FRANCIS COURVILLE. "Ed." Industrial Administra- 
tion. 63 Providence St., Worcester. Born in 1927 at Worcester. Trans- 
fer from Northeastern University. Activities: Dean's List 2, 3, 4; 
Alpha Phi Omega 3, 4; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Business Administra- 
tion Club 3, 4; Lambda Chi Alpha 3, 4. 




CARL E. COUSINEAU. "Cousie." Mechanical Engineering. 357 
Lower Westfield Rd., Holyoke. Born in 1932 at Holyoke. Entered 
fr<iTn Holyoke High School. Activities: American Society of Mechani- 
cal Engineers 3, 4; Society of Automotive Engineers 4; Newman 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Zeta Zeta Zeta 2, 3, 4. 



THEODORE BARTLETT COVERT. "Ted." Animal Husbandry. 
376 Highland Ave., Winchester. Born in 1930 at Winchester. Entered 
from Winchester High School. Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi 
Kappa Phi 4; Judging Teams 3, 4 (Livestock 4); Animal Husbandry 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Programs 4); International Club 4; Track and Cross 
Country 1, 2 (Manager); Foreign Scholarship 3 (Holland); Little 
International 1, 2, 3, 4; Dairy Classic (Assistant Manager 2); Alpha 
Gamma Rho (Reporter 3, Social Chairman 4). 



DONALD EWING COZZENS. "Joe." Mathematics. Foster St., Lit- 
tleton. Born in 1930 at Ayer. Transfer from Newton Junior College. 
Activities: Dean's List 4; Nature Guide Association 3, 4; Kappa 
Sigma 2, 3, 4, 



WILLIAM J. CRONIN, JR. "Bill." Orn. Horticulture. 101 Vanderbilt 
Dr., Lake Charles, Louisiana. Born in 1928 at Hackensack, N. J. 
Transfer from Northwestern State College. Acliviiies: Newman Club 
3, 4; Landscape Architecture Club 3, 4; Horticulture Show 3, 4 
(Chairman Ballot Committee 4). 



JOAN S^'BIL CROSS. Psychology. 115 Cedar St., Maiden. Born in 
1932 at Maiden. Entered from Maiden High School. Activities: 
Dean's List 3; Roister Doisters 3; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; Psychology Club 
3, 4; W.M.U.A. 4; Vocational Committee 3. 



ROBERT JOSEPH CROSS. "Bob." Pre-Med. 11 North St., Haverhill. 
Born in 1931 at Haverhill. Entered from Haverhill High School. 
Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Pre-Med. 
Club 3, 4 (Treasurer 4); Sigma Alpha Epsilon 2, 3, 4. 



DAVID JAMES CURRAN. "Dave." Chemistry. 299 Church St., 
Marlboro. Born in 1932 at Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. Entered 
from Marlboro High School. Activities: Student Senate 1; Soccer 
1, 2, 3, 4; Carnival Committee 2, 3 (Sec. 3); Chemistry Club 3, 4 
(President 4); Varsity "M" Club 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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JOAN ELIZABKTII CZAJA. IJiutirioUif-.v. W!S Carow St., Spriii{,'Htlcl. 
Born in 193^ at Springfield. Entered from Classical High Seliool. 
Activities: Dean's List 1; Blood Donor Committee 3, 4; Education 
Club 40 Drill Team 1, i, 3, 4; Folk Dance -2, 3; Roister Doisters '2, 3 
(Publicity); Campus Varieties 3; Newman CUil) 1, '2, 3, 4; Carnival 
Ball Committee 4; Sophuniure-SeTiicir Hop Connnittce '2; Chemistry 
Club 1; Bacteriology and Public Health Club i, 4; Women's Athletic 
Association 1, -2, 3, 4; Modern Dance Club 1, '2, 3; Operetta 1; Ski 
Club ■2, 3, 4; Kappa Kappa Gamma 1, i, 3, 4 (Registrar Assistant 3; 
Key Correspondent 4). 

BARBARA ANNE DAGATA. "Harl)ic. " Modern Languages. 37.5 
President Ave., Fall River. Born in 1031 at Fall River. Entered 
from Dominican Academy. Activities: Won\en's Glee Club '2; New- 
man Club 1, '2, 3, 4; French Club i, 4; German Club 3, 4 (Secretary 4); 
Education Club 4; Women's Athletic Association 1, '2, 3, 4; Basket- 
ball 1, '2, 3, 4; Softball 1, '2, 3, 4; Tennis 4; Volleyball '2, 3, 4; Sigma 
Kappa '2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 4, Activities Chairman 4). 

FRANCIS ELIE DAIGLE. "Frank." Mechanical Engineering. '29 
Graham St., Gardner. Born in 1931 at Gardner. Entered from Gardner 
High School. Activities: Dean's List 1; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Radio 
Club 1; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Society of Auto- 
motive Engineers; Kappa Sigma 1, '2, 3, 4 (Social Chairman 3). 

JOSEPH MICHAEL DALY. "Joe." Government. 16 Franklin Ave., 
Westfield. Born in 19'29 at Westfield. Entered from Monson Academy. 
Activities: Basketball 1; Newman Club 4; Spring Day Committee 3; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon ^, 3, 4. 



DANIEL MAYHEW DAVIES, JR. "Dan. " Chemistry. 61 Park Drive, 
Boston. Born in 1930 at Wellesley. Entered from Boston Public 
Latin. Activities: Dean's List 1; Student Christian Association 1; 
Square Dance Club 1, '2, 3, 4; WMUA 1, "i, 3, 4 (Program Manager 2, 
Production Director 3, Technical Director 4); WMUA Policy Board 
2, 3; University Kadio-TV Committee 3, 4. 



EVERETT FLETCHER DAVIS. "Fletch." Landscape Architecture. 
Doane Rd., Chatham. Born in 1931 at Boston. Entered from Chat- 
ham High School. Activities: Dean's List 3, 4; Landscape Archi- 
tecture Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Sigma 2, 3, 4. 



JEANNETTE GARDRINE DAVIS. "Jen." Bacteriology. Reservation 
Rd., Easthampton. Born in 1931 at Glastonbury, Conn. Entered from 
Easthampton High School. Activities: Dean's List 1, 2; University 
Chorus 1; Chorale 2; Operetta Guild 2, 4; Student Christian Associa- 
tion 1; W^esley Foundation 4; W^omen's Athletic Association 3; Bac- 
teriology Club 3, 4; Phi Delta Nu 2, 3, 4 (Acti\'ities Chairman 3, 
Executive Board 4). 




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WILLIAM HAROLD DEACON, JR. "Bill." Animal Husbandry. 
49 Thorndike St., Lawrence. Born in 1931 at Needham. Transfer 
from Tufts College. Activities: Canterbiu-y Club 3, 4; Animal Hus- 
bandry Club 3, 4; 4-H Club 4; U of M Broadcasting Club 4. 



BARBARA MAE DEAN. "Deanzo." Psychology. 30 Shores St., 
Taunton. Born in 1931 at Taunton. Entered from Taunton High 
School. Activities: Handbook Board 1, 2, 3; Index 4; Women's Glee 
Club 1, 2; University Chorus 1, 2; Campus Varieties 4; Student 
Christian Association 1, 2; Judson Fellowship 1; Carnival Ball Com- 
mittee (4); Carnival Committee 4; Sophomore-Senior Hop Com- 
mittee 2 ; Spring Day Committee 3 ; Psychologj' Club 3, 4 ; W^omen's 
Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Alpha Theta 1, 2, 3, 4 (Historian 
3, Vice-President 4). 



STANLEY MICHAEL DEC. "Stan." Chemical Engineering. 52 
West St., Hadley. Born in 1930 at Hadley. Entered from Monson 
Academy. Activities: Chemical Engineering Club 3, 4. 




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CHARLES A. 1)K DKrKWAKRDER. "Chuck." Landscape Archi- 
tecture. 39 Alhol St.. Spriiiglicld. Born in 1931 at Springineld. En- 
tered from Torhnical liif;li Scliool. Actiwities: Cheerleader -2, 3, 4; 
Index 1, S, 3, i; Operetta Guild 4; Newman Club 1, i, 3, i; Carnival 
Committee 4; Sophomore-Senior Hop 2; Landscape Architecture 
Club 3, 4; Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, i, 3, 4 (Steward i. Social Chairman 
3, 4). 



NANCY .lOAN OKKiNAN. English. 83 Chapin St., Southbridge. 
Born in 1931 at Wiirccster. Transfer from Mount Saint Mary Col- 
lege. Actirilies: Collegian 3, 4; Campus Varieties 3; Newman Club 
3, 4; French Club 3. 



HORACE ANTHONY DEL GROSSO. "Del." Civil Engineering. 
17 Zeller St., Roslindale. Born in 1930 at Boston. Entered from 
Boston English High School. Activities: American Society of Civil 
Engineering S, 3, 4; .\merican Institute of Physics. 



CHARLES O'NEIL DEMERS. "Chuck." Physical Education. 42 
Forest St., Willimansett. Born in 1929 at Chicopee. Entered from 
Suffield Academy. Activities: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4. 



CONSTANTINE DEROS. "Deno." Mathematics. 991 Main St., 
Haverhill. Born in 1932 at Haverhill. Transfer from Ricker Junior 
College. Activities: Chrysostom Club 3, 4 (Treasurer 4) ; Mathematics 
Club 4; Radio Club 3; International Relations Club 3, 4. 



DONALD RUST DEWING. "Red." Government. The Landing, 
Kingston. Born in 1931 at Worcester. Entered from Worcester 
Acadcmv. Activities: Track 1, 2, 3; Football 1; Golf 4; Phi Sigma 
Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. 



FRANK NORRIS DICKINSON. "Smiley." Animal Husbandry. 
44 .VUicrt .\ve., Belmont. Born in 1930 at Boston. Entered from 
Bflnidiit High School. Activities: Dean's List 3; Maroon Key 2; Soccer 
1. 2, 1; .ludging Teams 3, 4; Newman Club 4; Lambda Chi Alpha 

1,2, 3, 4 (Ritualist 4). 



CHARLES JAMES DI COSTANZO. "Charlie." Wildlife Manage- 
ment. 40 Lower Pearl St., Webster. Born in 1925 at Webster. Trans- 
fer from W'orcester Junior College. Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3; 
Phi Theta Kappa 2; Rod and Gun Club 3, 4 (President 4); Psy- 
chology Club 2; Zoology Club 1, 2. 



ARTHUR GIBBS DODGE, JR. "Gibb." Forestry. Charlton, Mass. 
Born in 1929 at Charlton. Transfer from Boston LIniversity. Activities: 
Dean's List 4; Band 3, 4; Forestry Club 4; Alpha Gamma Rho 3, 4. 



ALLEN PEIRCE DOE. "Al." Forestry. 44 Central St., West Boyl- 
ston. Born in 1930 at Springfield. Transfer from Clark University. 
Activities: Dean's List 3; Forestry Club 3, 4. 



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FREDRICA HAZEL DOLE. "Freddy." Home Economics. R.F.D. -2, 
Slicllmnic Fnlls. Born in 1931 at Greenfield. Entered from Arms 
-Vcademy. Actiritics: Index 3, -t; Concert Association 1, '2, 3; Student 
Christian Association 1, i, 3, i; Spring Day Committee 3; Concert 
Association Committee 1, '2, 3; Home Economics Club 1, 3, 3, 4; 
Women's Athletic .\ssocirttion 1, '2, 3, 1; Chi Omega 1, i, 3, i 
(Pledge Trainer 3, President 4). 

WILLIAM MICHAEL DONNELLY, .IK. "Dobbs." Pre-Med. 18 
Thomas St., Holyoke. Born in l!)3(l at Holyoke. Transfer from 
Holyoke Junior College. Activiiies: Index 4; Newman Club 3, 3, 4: 
Chemistry Club a, 3, 4; Prc-iNIcd Clnb -2, 3, 4; International Rela- 
tions Club 3, 4; Rifle Team 3. 



FRANCIS VINCENT DONOVAN, JR. Geology. 23 Elgin St., West 
Roxbury. Born in 1930 at Boston. Transfer from Boston llniversity. 
Acliritiex: .\delpliia 4: Sigma Gamma Epsilon 4; Newman Club 1, '2, 
3, 4; Spring Dav Cominittco ;); I'liiversity Radio-TV Planning Com- 
mittee 4; Geology Clnb 3, 4; WMl'A 1, "'2, 3, 4 (Chief Announcer 2, 
Music Director 3, Station Manager 4); Radio Policy Board 4 (Chair- 
man); Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4 (Ground Chairman 3, Social Com- 
mittee ^2, 3). 

MARY-LOUISE DRAPEAU. English. 3 Pinehurst Rd., Holyoke. 
Born in 1931 at Holyoke. Entered from Holyoke High School. 
Actimlies: Index 1, '2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Carnival Ball 
Committee 2, 3; Carnival Committee 4; Chi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secre- 
tary 3. Vice-President 4). 



GRACE ALICE DRESSER. "Gracious." Home Economics. 42 Law- 
rence St., Rockville, Conn. Born in 1931 at Rockville. Entered from 
Rockville High School. Activities: Collegian 2; University Chorus 1; 
Chaplain's Council 3, 4; Edwards Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Eco- 
nomics Club 3; Phi Delta Nu 2, 3, 4 (Recording Secretary 4). 



LEONARD MARVIN DREW. "Len." Marketing. 43 Morton St., 
Framingham. Born in 1931 at Framingham. Transfer from North- 
eastern LTniversity. ArUvities: Business .Administration Club 2, 3, 4; 
Kappa Sigma 3, 4. 



RICHARD EUGENE DRISCOLL. English. 43 Nonotuck St., North- 
ampton. Born in 1932 at Northampton. Transfer from St. Michael's 
College. Activities: Dean's List 3; Lambda Chi Alpha 2, 3, 4. 




ROBERT JAMES DRISCOLL. "Bob." Physical Education. 34 
Harris St., Maiden. Born in 1932 at Stoneham. Entered from Maiden 
High School. Activities: Dean's List 1: Varsity "M" Club; Physical 
Education Club; Varsity Baseball 3; Newman Club 4 (Treasurer 4); 
Kappa Sigma 4. 



P.\UL EDG.\R DURKEE. "Durk." Wildlife Management. Box 68, 
Topsfield. Born in 1931 at Danvers. Entered from Holton High 
School. Activities: Dean's List 3; Rod and Gmi Club 2, 3, 4 (Vice- 
President 3); Rifle Team 2, 3, 4; Horticulture Show 2, 3, 4. 



JOHN PAUL DUSZA. Chemistry. 153 Main St., BondsviUe. Born in 
1931 at BondsviUe. Entered from Palmer High School. Activities: 
Newman Club 1, 2, 4; Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 







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MAUREEN CATIIKKIXE EGAN. English. -13 McKinley Terrace, 
Westfield. Born in l!l:il :it Newport, R. I. Entered from Westfield 
High School. Arllrilies: Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Phi Kappa Phi 4; Hand- 
book Board 3, i; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Education Club 3, 4; 
WonieTi's Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 (His- 
torian 3). 



WILLIAM EDWIN EGAN. "Red." History. OH Court St., Westfield. 
Born in 1928 at Westfield. Entered from Monson .\radcniy. Actim- 
lies: Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Index 4; Newman Club t; Spriiif; Day Com- 
mittee 3; International Relations Club 4; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 2, 3, 4 
(Secretary 3, President 4) . 



GRETCHEN MATHIAS ELLIS. Home Economics. 1396 Common- 
wealth Ave., Allston. Born in 1931 at Springfield. Entered from West 
Springfield High. Activities: Operetta Guild 3; S.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Soph- 
Senior Hop 2; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Women's Athletic 
Association 1, 2; Dean's List 3; Kappa Kappa Gamma 1, 2, 3, 4 
(Marshal). 



RANDOLPH W. ENGLUND. "Randy." Electrical Engineering. 
460 West Boylston St., Worcester. Born in 1927 at Worcester. 
Transferred from Syracuse University. Activities: Student Christian 
Association 3, 4; A.I.E.E. 3, 4; Engineering Council 4; Lambda Chi 
Alpha 3, 4. 



KARL LUDWIG ERICKSON. Public Health. Center St., Segreganset. 
Born in 1931 at New Bedford. Entered from Dartmouth High School. 



RICHARD STEVEN ERLANDSON. "Dick. " Business Administra- 
tion. 110 Walnut St., Everett. Born in 1930 at Boston. Entered from 
Everett High School. Activities: Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Varsity "M" 
Club 3, 4; Business Administration Club 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Campus 
Chest 2; Kappa Sigma 2, 3, 4. 



ROBERT EUGENE EVANS, JR. "Bob." General Business. 620 
South Summer St., Holyoke. Born in 1916 at Marion, Alabama. 
Transfer from Hampton Institute, Va. 



ROBERT SAMUEL FACKTOROFF. "Bob." Marketing. 6 Cleaves 
Street, Roxbury. Born in 1931 at Boston. Transferred from Newton 
Junior College. Activities: W.M.U.A. 3, 4 (Chief Announcer and 
Assistant Production Director 4); Business Administration Club 3, 4; 
Hillel 3, 4; Rifle Team 4; Radio Club 3, 4; Tau Epsilon Phi 3, 4. 



WALTER E. FARIN. Pre-Med. 45 Ellen St., New Bedford. Born in 
1931 at New Bedford. Entered from New Bedford High School. 
Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 2, 3, 4; Pre-Med 
Club 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 4); Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4. 



ZELDA GALE FEIGENSON. "Gale." Sociology. 16 Tahanto Rd., 
Worcester. Born in 1931 at Worcester. Entered from Classical High 
School. Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Index 1, 2, 3, 4 (Assistant 
Photo Editor 3, 4); Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; Carnival Committee 4; Sopho- 
more-Senior Hop Committee 2; Concert Association Committee 1; 
Spanish Club 3, 4; Sociology Club 3, 4. 



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CHARLES G. FERGUSON. Charlie. Fiiuuice. 03 Forbes Hill ^Roail, 
Quincy. Born in 1930 at Boston. Transferred from Northejistern 
University. AcHnfies: Wesley Foundation i, 3, 4; Business Adminis- 
tration Club 



PAUL JOSEPH FIGLER. "Spud." Civil Engineering. 93 Queen St., 
Holyoke. Born in 1930 at Holyoke. Entered from St. Jerome's High 
School. 



JOANNE PAULA FILAR. .Janie. History. 17 Linda Avenue, WiUi- 
mansett. Born in 1930 at Willimansett. Entered from Chicopee High 
School. Activities: Dean's List 1, i, 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 4; Index 3; 
Edwards Fellowship 'Z. 



MARY GRACE FINDLAY. Business Administration. 106 Lewis 
Avenue, "West Springfield. Born in 1931 at Hartford, Conn. Enteretl 
from Classical High School. Activities: LTniversity Chorus 1; Student 
Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Administration Club 3, 4; 
Women's Athletic Association 1, i, 3, 4; Naiads 1, 2, 3; Pi Beta Phi 1, 
2, 3, 4 (Activities Chairman). 



HOWARD LEONARD FISH. "Howie." Animal Husbandry. 43 Park 
Avenue, Webster. Born in 1931 at Worcester. Entered from Bart- 
lett High School. Activities: Dean's List 3, 4; University Chorus 4; 
College Pilgrim Fellowship 3, 4; Hillel 3, 4; Animal Husbandry Club 
3, 4. 



IVAN LEROY FISH. "Ive." Landscape Architecture. 39 School 
Street, Auburn. Born in 1927 at Worcester. Transfer from Iowa 
State College. Activities: Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Military Ball Committee 
3, 4; Landscape Architecture Club 2, 3, 4. 



JOHN CLAYTON FISHER. "Johnnie." Geology. 50 Country Road, 
Worcester. Born in 1926 at Worcester. Transfer from LTpsula College. 
Activities: Sigma Gamma Fraternity 2, 3, 4; Geology Fraternity, 
Alumni Secretary; Geology Club 3, 4 (Treasurer). 



ELIZABETH ANN FISLER. "Fizi." Child Development. 105 Park 
Street, North Attleboro. Born in 1932 at Attleboro. Entered 
from Attleboro High School. Activities: Dean's List 3, 4; Women's 
Glee Club 1; Newman Club 1; Carnival Ball Committee 2; French 
Club 1; Home Economics Club 1, 4; Education Club 4; Women's 
Athletic Association 4; Kappa Kappa Gamma 1, 2, 3, 4 (Correspond- 
ing Secretary). 



JOSEPH B. FLA\1N. "Joe." Accounting. 147-46-71st Road, Kew 
Garden Hills, L. I., N. Y.. Born in 1928 at St. Louis, Missouri. Trans- 
fer from St. Peter's College. Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Eco- 
nomics Club 1; Intramural Athletics 1, 3; Business Club 1. 



BERNARD JOHN FLEURY, JR. "Bernie." History. 96 West Street, 
Easthampton. Born in 1932 at Northampton. Transfer from St. 
Charles College, Catonsville, Md. Activities: Quarterlv 3, 4; Newman 
Club 3, 4; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 




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OLIVER SIMION FLINT, JR. "Ollie." Entomology. 57 Farview 
Way, Amherst. Born in 1931 at Northampton. Entered from Am- 
herst High School. Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, i; Honors Work 4; 
Outing Club 1, 2, 3, i (President); Student Christian Association 1; 
Fernald Entomology Club 1, 2, 3, i. 



DAVID JAMES FLOOD. "Dave." Accounting. 15 Highland Street, 
Norwood. Born in 1931 at Norwood. Entered from Norwood Senior 
High School. Actin'lies: Dean's List 2; Adelphia i (Vice-President); 
Mariioii Key 2; Statesmen 1; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, i; Business Ad- 
ininistraticiii Cluli 4; Senate Constitution Committee 4; Butterfield 
House Council 1 (President); Lambda Chi Alpha 2, 3, 4 (President 
3, 4). 



RAYMOND DAVH) FORKEY. Electrical Engineering. 101 Dorset 
Street, Springfield. Born in 1928 at Springfield. Entered from Spring- 
field Technical High. Activities: Band (marching) 1, 2; Dance Band 
1, 2, 3, 4, (Leader 3); Newman Club 1, 2; IRE 4; Alpha Gamma Rho 
1, 2, 3, 4. 



HARRIET N. FOX. Sociology. 102 Rosseter Street, Dorchester. Born 
in 1932 at Boston. Entered from Jeremiah E. Burke High School. 
Actimties: Dean's List 3; Collegian 4; Index 2, 4; Interclass Plays 3; 
Hillel 2, 3, 4: Sociology Club 3, 4; Sigma Delta Tau 2, 3, 4 (Corre- 
sponding Secretary). 



ELIZABETH ANN FRANCIS. "Bettie Anne." Electrical Engineer- 
ing. 22 Borden Street, New Bedford. Born in 1932 at New Bedford. 
Entered from Family High. Activities: Roister Doisters 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Campus Varieties 3; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 1; 
Mathematics Club 1, 2; WMUA 1, 2, 3, 4; U. of M. Amateur Radio 
Association 3, 4; American Institute of Electrical Engineers Student 
Branch 3, 4 (Secretary); Electrical Engineering Club 3, 4 (Secretary). 



ELMO JAMES FRESIA. "Fres." Chemistry. 18 Harvard Street, 
Pittsfield. Born in 1931 at Pittsfield. Entered from Pittsfield High 
School. Actimties: Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Honors Work 4; Newman 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President). 



EDWARD LEIGHTON FRIEND. "Ed." Landscape Architecture. 
:i4 Pickwick Road, Hamden, Conn. Born in 1928 at New Haven, 
Conn. Entered from Hopkins Grammar School. Actiitities: St. Mi- 
chael's Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Horticulture Show 2, 3, 4; Military Ball Com- 
mittee 4; Land.scape .\rchitecture Club 2, 3, 4: Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



DAVID ANTHONY FUCCILLO. "Dave." Bacteriology. 170 Pauline 
Street, AVinthrop. Born in 1930 at Chelsea. Entered from Winthrop 
Senior High School. Actimties: Spring Day Committee 3; Football 1, 
2; Bacteriology Public Health Club 3, 4 (President); Kappa Sigma 
1, 2, 3, 4. 



MICHAEL PETER FURCOLO. "Mike." Accounting. Millers Falls 
Road, Northfield. Born in 1915 at New Haven, Conn. Transfer 
from American International College. Activities: Dean's List 1, 3, 4; 
Business Administration Club 1, 4; Intramural Athletics 3. 



HARVEY STEWART GABERMAN. "Gabe." Accounting. 33 Coit 
Street, Holyoke. Born in 1931 at Springfield. Entered from Holyoke 
High School. Arlirilics: Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Inter-Fraternity Judiciary 
2, 3; I.NUEX 4; Business .\(1 ministration Club 1, 2; Campus Chest 2; 
Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Historian 2). 



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PRISCILLA NASH GAFFXEY. "Pris." Education. 43 Potter Street, 
Hyannis. Born in 1931 at Hyannis. Entered from Barnstable Higli. 
Actintics: Stndent Christian Association 1, i; Judson Fellowsliip 1, -2. 
3, 4; Fronoli Club 1. -2; Kdueation Chib 4; Sigma Kappa 1, ■', 3. 4 
(.House Cliairnian 3, 1st Vice-President 4). 



FRANCIS S. GALASSO. "Frauny." Pre-Med. Chemistry, io Flynt 
Avenue, Monson. Born in 1931 at Monson. Entered from Monson 
High School. Activities: Dean's List 1, -2, 3; Chemistry Club 3: Mathe- 
matics Club 3; Pre-Med. Club 1, 3, 4. 



VINCENT A. GALLI. "Vin." Wildlife Management. 10 Phillips 
Street, Lawrence. Born in 19'28 at Lawrence. Entered from Lawrence 
High. Aclifilies: Dean's List 3; Rod and Gun Club 3, 1; Newman Club 
3, 4: Phi Sigma Kappa 1, '2, 3, 4. 



RICHARD EDWARD GANLEY. "Dick. " Civil Engineering. 7-2 
Maple Avenue, North Andover. Born in 193'2 at Lawrence. Entered 
from Johnson High School. Actipilies: American Society of Civil 
Engineering '2, 3, 4 (President 4); Joint Engineers Council 4. 



ELINOR MARIE GANNON. "Ellie." English. 394 Main Street, 
Clinton. Born in 193'2 at Clinton. Entered from Clinton Higli School. 
Activities: University Chorus 1; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Carnival 
Ball Committee 4 (Co-Chairman of Winter Carnival 4) ; French Club 
1, '2; Women's .\thletic Association 1, '2, 3, 4 (Executive Board 3); 
Naiads 1, i, 3, 4 (Jr. Naiads Chairman '2, President 3, Executive 
Board 4); Education Club 3, 4; House Counselor 3; Mt. Toby Reser- 
vation Committee 3, 4 (Winter Activities Chairman 3); Kappa 
Kappa Gamma 1, i, 3, 4 (Vice-President 4). 

ALLAN THOMAS GARNER. "Alco." Agricultural Economics. 55 
Florence Avenue, Norwood. Born in 1931 at Norwood. Entered 
from Norwood Senior High. Activities: LTniversity Dance Band '2, 3, 4; 
l^niversitv Symplionv 1; DeMolay Club 1; Marching Band 1, '2; 
Concert Band 1, '2; St. Michael's Club 1, '2, 3, 4; Theta Chi 1, i, 3, 4. 



ROBERT KENNETH GARNETT. "Bob." General Business. 664 
Burncoat Street, Worcester. Born in 1932 at Springfield. Entered 
from North Higli School. Activities: Senate 2; Phi Sigma Kappa 
1, -2, 3, 4 (Inductor 3, Vice-President 4). 



CONCETTO JOHN GATTINELLA. ".Jack." Botany. 67 Garden 
Street, Lawrence. Born in 1931 at Lawrence. Entered from Law- 
rence High School. Activities: Dean's List 3; Newman Club 1, 2, 3. 



MORTON ARNOLD GELLER. "Mush." Zoology. 121 Melha Avenue, 
Springfield. Born in 1932 at Springfield. Entered from Classical High. 
Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Honors Work 4; Handbook Board 3: 
Hillel 1, 2, 3; Inter-Greek Ball Committee 3; Tan Epsilon Plii 1, 2, 3, 4 
(Assistant Bursar 2, Vice-Chancellor 3). 



ROBERT ALLAN GELOTTE. "Bob." General Business Adminis- 
tration. 54 Prentiss Lane, Belmont. Bern in 1929 at Somerville. 
Transfer from Newton Junior College. 




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ALICE GEORGANTAS. "Liki." Mcdern Languages. 7 Skinner Street, 
Brockton. Born in 1931 at Brockton. Entered from Brockton High 
Scliool. Actiinties: Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Index 4; Women's Glee Club 2; 
University Chorus 1; Chrysostom Society 'i, 3, 4 (Vice-President 3); 
Spanish Club 3, 4 (Vice-Pres. 3, Co-Publicity Chairman 4); Social 
Chairman Knowlton 4; Operetta Guild 4; Kappa Alpha Theta 
i, 3, 4 (Scholarship Chairman 4). 



ANNJELIZABETH GIBBONS. Food Technology. 23 Sunapee Street, 
Springfield. Born in 1932 at Holyoke. Entered from Cathedral High. 
Activities: Dean's List 3; Index 2, 3, 4; Roister Doisters 1; Concert 
Association 2, 3; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Food Technology Club 4; 
Chi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4. 



NANCY JEAN GILLEY. English. 7 Porter Road, Scituate. Born in 
1931 at Norwood. Entered from Scituate High School. Activities: 
Dean's List 3; Roister Doisters 3; Lfniversity Chorus 1: Operetta 
Guild 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Varieties 4; WMUA 2; Carnival Committee 
2; Fencing Club 2, 3; Chi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4. 



MAU\ l\ HAROLD GLASER. "Marv." Government. 37 Earl Street, 
Maiden. Born in 1932 at Maiden. Entered from Maiden High. 
Artiritie.i: Interfraternitv Council 2, 3; Student Life Committee 3; 
Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



CHARLES PATRICK (iLEASON. 

\Vasliint;t(>u .\vctiuc, Xnrthanipton. 
Transfer from St. .\iisclm's College. 



"Jupe." General Business. 95 
Born in 1928 at Northampton. 



GEORGE ARTHUR CODING. Chemical Engineering. Stow, Mass. 
Born in 1927 at Woburn. Entered from Hale High School. Activities: 
Cross Country Team 2, 3, 4 (Captain 4); Winter Track 3, 4; Spring 
Track 4: Varsity "M" Club 3, 4; Chemical Engineering Club 3, 4; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 3, 4. 



ROSALYN M. GOLDBERG. "Roz." Marketing. 77 Homestead Street, 
Roxbury. Born in 1931 at Boston. Entered from Roxbury Memorial 
High School. Activities: Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Collegian 3, 4 (Subscription 
Sfaff 3, Subscription Magazine 4); Roister Doisters 3, 4; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Business Administration Club 4; Sigma Delta Tau 2, 3, 4 (Steward- 
ess 3). 



DORIS GOODFADER. Economics. 53 Locust Street, AVinthrop. 
Born in 1931 at Cambridge. Entered from Winthrop High School. 
Activities: Collegian 2, 3; Index 3, 4 (Statistics Editor); Hillel 1, 2, 3; 
Carnival Committee 4; Springday Committee 3; French Club 1; 
Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4 (Field Hockey 1, 2; Basket- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3); Fencing'Club 2; Sigma 
Delta Tau 1, 2, 3, 4 (Stewardess 3). 



STANLEY ROBERT GOODNOW. "Stan." Industrial Administra- 
tion. 18 Marshfield Street, Gloucester. Born in 1931 at Ticonderoga, 
New York. Transfer from Lehigh LTniversity. Activities: Dean's List 3; 
Mustard and Cheese 1; Radio Workshop 1; Lacrosse 3; Phi Sigma 
Kappa 3, 4. 



WARREN RUSSELL GOVE. Olericulture. Mechanic Street, Leo- 
minster. Born in 1931 at Cambridge. Entered from Leominster High 
School. Aclinlies: Dean's List 3; Alpha Gamma Rho 1, 2, 3, 4 (Usher); 
•Indging Teams 2, 3, 4; Olericulture Club 1, 2, 3, 4; (Secretary-Trea- 
surer 3, President 4). 



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DTTNCAN M. GRAHAiM. "Dune." Lnmisoapc ArchitiTturo. 47 New- 
Held Street, West Roxbury. Bom in lO'JS at Boston. Transfer from 
Oevens. Atliritiet:: Dean's List '2, 3, 4; Landscape Architecture CluK 
■2, 3, 4. I, President). 



RAYMOND DONALD GRAHAAL "Don." History. 64 Lyle Street, 
Maiden. Born in 1931 at Boston. Entered from Winthrop High. 
Activities: Football 1, i; Soccer 3; Lacrosse 3, 4; Education Club 3, 4; 
Kappa Sigma 1, '2, 3, 4. 



\VILLL\M GIVEN GRAHAM. "Bill." Pre-Dental. 174 Wood Street, 
Lexington. Born in 1924 at Lexington. Entered from Lexington 
High School. Acliiitiex: Class Ofhcer 1, 2 (Vice-President); Dean's 
List 4; Adelphia 3, 4; Mother's Day Committee 1; Sophomore- 
Senior Hop Committee 2; Pre-Med. Club 4; Varsity "M" 3, 4; 
Proctor 3, 4; Hockey 2; Football 1 : Phi Sigma Kappa 2, 3, 4. 



HELEN MARY GRANGER. "History." 103 W'arren Avenue, Marl- 
boro. Born in 1931 at Marlboro. Entered from Marlboro High School. 
Activities: Handbook Board 1, '2, 3; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sopho- 
more-Senior Hop Committee 2; Women's Athletic Association '2; 
Education Club 3, 4. Pi Beta Phi 2, 3, 4 (Magazine Chairman). 



ANNA PERYL GRANT. "Ann." Home Economics. 285 Main Street, 
Wilmington. Born in 1931 at Washburn, Maine. Entered from W'il- 
mington High School. Actiiiiies: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; 
Lniversity Chorus 1: Operetta Guild 2, 3, 4; Campus Varieties 4; 
Outing Club 4; Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Chaplain's 
Council 3, 4; Edwards Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice-Pres. 3, Executive 
Committee 2); Home Economics Club 1, 2; Women's Athletic Asso- 
ciation 3; Phi Delta Nu 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 2, Vice-Pres. 3). 

JOHN PETER GRANVILLE. "Duke." Physical Education. 1 Park- 
man Street, WoUaston. Born in Milton. Entered from Quincy High. 
Activities: Football 1, 2; Basketball 1; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4 
(Vice-President). 

ANN GREEN. History. 6 Devereux Street, Marblehead. Born in 1931 
at Marblehead. Entered from Marblehead High School. Activities: 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Carnival Ball Committee 4; Carnival Com- 
mittee 4: Sophomore-Senior Hop Committee" 2; Women's Athletic 
Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Naiads 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Kappa Gamma 1, 2, 
3, 4 (House Manager) . 

MARGARET ROCKWOOD GRIMLEY. "Peggy." Chemistry. 10 
Ossipee Street, Walpole. Born in 1931 at Norwood. Entered from 
Walpole High School. Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Honors Work 4; 
Phi Kappa Phi 4: Lniversity Chorus 1, 2; Student Christian Asso- 
ciation 1, 2, 3; Sophomore-Senior Hop Committee 2; Chemistry 
Club 3, 4 (Program Co-chairman); Mathematics Club 1, 2; Ed- 
wards Fellowship 1, 2. 

ARTHUR DAVIS GROVES. "Art ." Mathematics. Bray Road, Shel- 
burne Falls. Born in 1931 at Pittsfield. Entered from Aims Academy. 
Activities: Academic Activities Board 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Honors Work 4; Dixieland Band 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4 (Manager 3, 4); 
Dance Band 3, 4; Operetta Guild 3, 4; Campus Varieties 4; Mathe- 
matics Club 4. 

VIRGINIA JOY GUETTLER. "Ginny." English. 75 North Summer 
St., Adams. Born in 1931 at Newark, N. J. Entered from Adams 
High School. Activities: Dean's List 1, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Hand- 
book Board 2, 3; Index 3, 4: Operetta Guild 3; Education Club 4; 
Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Naiads 4; Interclass Plays 3; 
Chaplain's Council 4; Chi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4 (Activities Chairman 
3,4). 








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H()BP:RT EDWARD C.rNTER. "Boli." Business Administration. 
383 Pleasant Street, Atliol. Born in 1931 at Quebec, Canada. Entered 
from Gushing Academy. Actii'ities: Dean's List 1, i, 3, 4; Honors 
Work 4; Business Administration Club 3, 4; Maroon Key 2; Campus 
Chest 1; Golf Team 2, 3, 4 (Gaptain); St. Michael's Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Campus Varieties 1, 2, 3; Dad's Day Committee 1; Mother's Day 
Committee 2; Spring Day Committee 2, 3; International Relations 
Clubl;ThetaChil, 2, 3, 4. 



ARNOLD GURWITZ. "Arnie." Animal Husbandry. 70 Hadwen Rd.. 
Worcester. Born in 1931 at Worcester. Transfer from Clark Univer- 
sity. Aiiirities: Dean's List 3, 4; .\ninial Husbandry Club 4. 



MURIEL MARGARET HAASE. German. 273 Milk St., Fitchburg. 
Born in 1931 at Fitchburg. Entered from Fitchburg High School. 
Activities: Dean's List 2, 3: University Chorus 2; Campus Varieties 4; 
German Club 1; Phi Delta Nu 2, 3, 4^. 



COlilK EDGAR H.VLE, JR. Finance. 270 Main St., Athol. Born in 
llCid ;il Kiichcstcr, \. H. Entered from Athol High School. Activities: 
Mililaiy Hall ('(inimittee 4; Spring Day Committee 3; Business 
.\(lniinistration Club 4; Alpha Gamma Rho 1, 2, 3, 4. 



HENRY LYON HALL, JR. "Haidi." History. State Highway, East 
Sandwich. Born in 1931 at Boston. Entered from Sandwich High 
School. Activities: Dean's List 1, 3; Index 4; Education Club 3, 4; 
Basketball 1, 2; W.M.U.A 4; Phi-Ed Club 1. 



DORIS ANN HAI.VORSOX. Mathematics. 75 Pleasant Street, Dal- 
ton. Born in 1931 at Lancaster, Penn. Entered from Dalton High 
School. Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Mathematics Club 3, 4; 
Women's Athletic .\ssociation 1, 2, 3, 4: Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



RICHARD PO^IEROY H.\MILTON. "Dick." Geology. 41 Cole Ave., 
Pittsfield. Born in 1930 at Pittsfield. Entered from Pittsfield High 
School. Activities: German Club 2; Geology Club 2, 3, 4 (President 3); 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4 (Publication Chairman 2, 3, 4) (Junior 
I.F.C. 3). 



FRANK ROGER HAMPSON. Floriculture. 1270 Somerset Ave., 
Taunton. Born \u 1929 at Pawtucket, Rhode Island. Transfer from 
Harvard. Acltvilies: Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Honors Work 4; Floriculture 

Club 2, 3, 4 (President). 



WALLACE H.VrHAWAY HANDY. "Wally." English. Box 57, Catau- 
met. Born in 1930 at Catauniet. Entered from Lawrence Academy. 
Activities: Student Cliristian .Vssciciation 1, 2, 3: Wesley Foundation 
1, 2; Operetta Guild 3, 4 (Properties Chairman): Education Club 3, 4; 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4 (Pledge Trainer 2, 3, Historian 4). 



THOMAS IKVlNCi IIAUI.OW. "Bo." Entomology. 68 Waterston 
.\ve., (jniiicv. Born in 1931 at Forest Hills. Entered from Quincy 
High Scliocil'. Arln-ilies: Kernald Entomology Club 2, 3, 4; Basketball 
1, 2, 3, 4; Lambda Chi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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HARRIET JANET HARVEY. "Jan." English. V.A. Hospital, Rut- 
land Heights. Born in lO.'i'i at Pittsburgh, Penu. Entered from North 
High School. Arlirillcs: Dc-aii's List 1, J, 3, 4; Band 'Z, 3 (Majorette); 
Index i: Women's (;lcc (lull 1, ■i; University Chorus 1, ^i; Campus 
Varieties i; Student Christian .-Vssociation '2, 3; Carnival Committee 
4; Spring Day Committee 3; Spanish Clnh 3; Kappa .Vlpha Theta 
1, 'J, 3 (Editor 4, Corresponding See.). 

WILLIAMINA FR.VXd'.S HARVEV. "BiUv." Home Eeonnmics. 
50 South Shellinriie Riia<l, (ireenfield. Born in 1931 at Greeiilield. 
Entered from Greenfield High School. Aclivities: Scrolls i (Vice- 
President); House Counselor 3, 4; Senate ■i; University Chorus 1; 
Student Christian Association 1; Edwards Fellowship 4; Chaplain's 
Council 3, 4; Home Economics Cluh 1, '2, 3, 4 (Senior Representative) ; 
Women's Athletic .V.ssociation 1, '2, 3. 4; Pi Beta Phi '2, 3, 4 (Recording 
Secretary 3). 

JANET B. HAWKINS. "Jan." Home Economics. 36 Palmyra St., 
Springfield. Born in 1931 at St. Louis, Missouri. Entered from Classi- 
cal High School. Artirities: Dean's List 1, '2, 3; House Counselor 3, 4; 
Home Economics Club 1, '2, 3, 4; Sophomore-Senior Hop Com- 
mittee '2; Mother's Day Committee 1; Carnival Committee 4; Index 
4; Handbook Board 2; Kappa .\lpha Theta 1, 2, 3 (Recording Secre- 
tary 4). 

LAWRENCE DeLISLK HAWORTH. ••I.anric." Phvsics. Giles R.^ad, 
R.F.D. No. 1, Lincoln. Burn in 1930 at Boston, Entered from Tliayer 
Academy. Aclit'itie.s: University Chorus I; Varsity "M" 3; Track 1, 2; 
Senate 3; Student Life Committee 3; Football' 1, 2, 3; Phi Sigma 
Kappa 2, 3, 4. 



ERNEST MORRIS HAYN, JR. "Moe." Marketing. 384 Main St., 
Wilbraham. Born in 1931 at Springfield. Entered from Wilbraham 
Academy. Activities: Index 2, 3, 4; Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4 

(Comptroller). 



HERBERT WALLACE HEADLE, JR. "Wally." Electrical Engineer- 
ing. 764 Riverdale Road, W'est Springfield. Born in 1929 at Spring- 
field. Entered from Williston Academy. Activities: Radio Club 2, 3, 4 
(Vice-President 3, 4); Soccer 1, 2; I.R.E. 4; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
1, 2, 3, 4 (House Manager). 



JEANNE O. HEBERT. Dietetics. 57 Franklin St., Holyoke. Born in 
1931 at Holyoke. Entered from Bucknell ITniversity in Lewisbury, 
Penn. Activities: Dean's List 2, 3; French House 2; Operetta Guild 
3, 4; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 2; Home Economics Club 2, 
3, 4; Sigma Kappa 2, 3, 4. 



KATHRYN ELIZABETH HEINTZ. "Kay." English. 25 Desmond 
Ave., Manchester. Bern in 1931 at Boston. Entered from Story High 
School. Activities: Quarterly 3, 4 (Literary Staff); Handbook Staff 
3, 4; Index 2, 3, 4; Roister Doisters 1, 2; Women's Glee Club 1, 2; 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Carnival Ball Committee 4; Quarterly Club 
3, 4; International Relations Club 3; W'omen's Athletic Association 
1,2, 3, 4; Chi Omega 2, 3, 4. 



FREDERICK WALTER HEISIG. Chemistry. 39 Portland St., Hol- 
yoke. Born in 1930 at Hclyoke. Transfer from Holyoke Junior College. 



MARION HENLEY. Home Economics. 92 Prospect St., Shrewsbury. 
Born in 1931 at Barrington, Rhode Island. Entered from Shrewsbury 
High School. Activities: Dean's List 1, 2; University Chorus (Ac- 
companist 2); Concert Association 3, 4 (Secretary 4); Home Eco- 
nomics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 3; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma 1, 2, 3, 4, (Music Chairman 3). 





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RUDOLF MECK HERGENROTHER. "Barney." Physics. 14 Holden 
Rd., West Newton. Born in 1931 at Pasadena, California. Transfer 
from Boston University. Activities: Index 2, 3, 4; WMUA 3, 4; Sigma 
Phi Epsilon 2, 3, 4. 



CATHERINE MARIE HICKEY. "Cathy." French. 7 Oilman St., 
Holyoke. Born in 1932 at Holyoke. Entered fron Holyoke High 
School. Activities: Operetta Guild 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Carnival Committee 2; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 4; 
Education Club 3, 4; Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4 (Activities Chairman 3, 
Assistant Rush Chairman 4). 



WILLIAM HENRY HICKS. Business Administration. 134 Independ- 
ence Ave., Quincy. Born in 1931 at Weymouth. Entered from Thayer 
Academy. Activities: Spring Dav Committee 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Track 1, 2; Varsity "M" Club 3, 4; Kappa Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. 



JOAN HARTLEY HOBART. "Jo." Animal Husbandry. Newtown 
Rd., Littleton. Born in 1930 at Plainfield, N. J. Entered from Saint 
Mary's School, Peekskill, N. Y. Activities: Scrolls 2; Roister Doisters 
1; Operetta Guild 2; Campus Varieties 1, 2, 3; Phillips Brooks Club 
2, 3, 4; Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 1, 2; Inter-class 
Plays 2; Little International Livestock Show 3; Women's Athletic 
Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Modern Dance Club 1, 2, 3; Square Dance 
Club 1; Canterbury Club 4; Proctor 3; Kappa Kappa Gamma 2, 3, 4. 



LAWRENCE DAVID HOBSON. "Larry." Electrical Engineering. 
229 Ccrinth St., North Adams. Born in 1931 at North Adams. En- 
tered from Drury High School. Activities: Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Concert Band 1, 2; American Institute of Electrical Engineers 4; Zeta 
Zeta Zeta 2, 3, 4. 



GEORGE VINCENT HOGAN. Mathematics. 45 View St., Holyoke. 
Born in 1932 at Holyoke. Entered from Sacred Heart High School. 
Activities: Newman Club 3, 4; Lambda Chi Alpha 4. 



LORNA HOGG. Education. 613 Auburn St., Whitman. Born in 1932 
at Whitman. Entered from Whitman High School. Activities: LTniver- 
sity Cliorus 1; Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Animal Hus- 
l)andry Club 4; French Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 3; Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 
3, 4 (Corresponding Secretary 3). 



EDWARD ALBERT HOLDA. "Eddie." Physics. 28 Hampden Rd., 
Monson. Born in 1930 at Monson. Transfer from University of Ver- 
mont. Activities: Outing Club 1, 2; Sigma Phi Epsilon 2. 



REINHOLD HELMUTH HOLLINGER. "Holly." Mechanical En- 
gineering. 989 Hampden St., Holyoke. Born in 1928 at Holyoke. 
Transfer from Holyoke Junior College. Activities: Society of Auto- 
motive Engineers 3,4; American Society of Mechanical Engineers 4. 



BETTINA M.ADELYN HOLLIS. "Bett." Home Economies. Foundry 
St., South Easton. Born in 1931 at Brockton. Entered from Oliver 
Ames High School. Activities: Class Officer 1 (Secretary); Dean's List 
3; Panhellenic 3, 4; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Roister Doisters 1, 2, 3, 4; In- 
terclass Plays 3; Mother's Day Committee 1; Ring Committee 3; 
Sophomore-Senior Hop Committee 2; Spring Day Committee 3; 
Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Alpha Theta 1, 2, 3, 4 (Rush 
Chairman, Sorority Declamation 2). 



THOMAS KR.\\( IS IIONNKY, JR. "Omar." Government. Fi.ir- 
vifw Ave. XortliMniplou. Born in 1930 at Nortliampton. Entered 
from Williston .Veademy. Artit'ities: Phi Sigma Kappa 1, '2, 3, 4. 



JOYCE MARGARET HOPKINS. "Hoppv." SoeioloKv. IS W.l.ster 
St., Mi.lcllel.oni. Horn in 1931 at Middleliorc. Enlerc'l Ironi Middle- 
lioro lligli Seliool. Artii'iliex: Dean's List 3, t; Honors Work 1, Stu- 
dent Christian .Vssoeiation 1, 4; Military Ball Committee 4; Chess 
Club 3, 4 (Publieity Chairman 3), (Secretary 4); Education Clnli 
3, 4; Sociology Club 3, 4. 



HELEN ANGELA HOIILE. "Houlie." Home Economics. 20 Ludlow 
St., Worcester. Born in 1931 at Worcester. Entered from South High 
School. Activities: Index 2, 4; Roister Doisters 1, i; Newman Club 
1, 2, 3, 4 (Exeeutixe Committee 3); Carnival Committee 2; Sopho- 
more-Senior Hop Committee i; Spring Day Committee 3; Home 
Economics Club 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Chi 
Omegal.J, 3, 4. 



JOHN CARLIN HOWARD. "Deacon." English. 264 Sumner Ave., 
Springfield. Born in 1930 at Springfield. Entered from Classical 
High School. Actii'ities: Sigma .\lpha Epsilon 1, 9, 3, 4. 



NANCY HOWES. "Lefty." History. 64 Clairraont St., Longmeadow, 
Born in 1931 at Boston. Entered from Springfield Classical. Activities: 
Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Honors Work 4; Index 2, 4; Roister Doisters 
1, 2, 4; Concert Association 2; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore- 
Senior Hop Committee 2; International Relations Club 3, 4; Women's 
Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; Chi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4. 



GEORGE H. HOWLAND. "Gigi." Marketing, 1508 Turnpike St., 
Stoughton. Born in 1931 at Stoughton. Entered from Stoughton 
High School. Activities: Class Officer 4 (Vice-President): Military 
Ball Committee 4; Varsity "M" Club 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 3, President 
4); Lambda Chi Alpha 3, 4. 



PHILIP EDWARD IIUBER. "Phil." Landscape Architecture. Mea- 
dow St., Northfield. Born in 1930 at Greenfield. Entered from Mt. 
Hermon School tor Boys. Activities: Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Landscape 
Architecture Club 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 4); U. of M. Broadcasting 
Association 1; Lacrosse 3, 4; Track 1; Kappa Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. 



RICHARD G. HUBEB. "Rich." Landscape Architecture. Northfield. 
Born in 1928 at Northfield. Transfer from Devens. Activities: Dean's 
List 3, 4; Landscape Architecture Club 2, 3, 4; Mass. Horticulture 
Show Council 3, 4; Horticulture Show 2, 3, 4; Photo Club (Devens) 1, 



BETTY JOYCE HUFF. Home Economics. RED No. 1, Fitchburg. 
Born in 1931 at Fitchburg. Entered from Lunenburg High School. 
Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Women's Glee Club 2; Concert Associa- 
tion 2, 3; Edwards Fellowship 3; Carnival Ball Committee 4; Home 
Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Education Club 4. 



DAVID HAYNES HULTGREN. "Dave." Mechanical Engineering. 
165 Aubmn St., Auburn. Born in 1930 at Auburn. Transfer from 
Worcester Junior College. Activities: Mechanical Engineering Club 
1, 4; Society Auto. Engineering 4; Zeta Zeta Zeta 2, 3, 4. 




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DAVID HUNTER. "Dave." Electrical Engineering. R.D.I., Murrays- 
ville, Pennsylvania. Born in 1931 at Newark, N. J. Entered from 
Peddle. Activities: Dean's List 1; Varsity Soccer 2, 3, 4; Carnival Ball 
Committee 2; Military Ball Committee 3; Electrical Engineering 
Club 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer); A.I.E.E. 3, 4 (Treasurer Student Branch); 
House Council Brook 4 (President). 



ROBERT IRVING HYMAN. "Bob." Psychology. 239 Wells St., 
Greenfield. Born in 1931 at Greenfield. Entered from Greenfield High 
School. Activities: Dean's List 1; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; Military Ball Com- 
mittee 3, 4 (Secretary); Psychology 3, 4 (Vice-President); Tau Epsilon 
Phi 2, 3, 4 (Chaplain 3, 4). 



ALICE BARBARA JAGIELLO. Home Economics. 72 Dartmouth 
St., Everett. Born in 1931 at Chelsea. Entered from Everett High 
School. Activities: Dean's List 1, 3; Drill Team 2, 3, 4 (Captain 4); 
Carnival Ball Committee 3; Carnival Committee 1, 3, 4 (Secretary 4) ; 
Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



JOSEPH SALVATORE JENNETTE. "Joe." Zoology. 24 Hilltop Ave., 
Jeft'erson. Born in 1927 at Worcester. Transfer from Worcester Junior 
College. 




ERNEST A. JOHNSON. "Ernie." Agricultural Engineering. Peter- 
sham. Born in 1930 at Petersham. Entered from Petersham High 
School. Activities: American Society of Agricultural Engineers 1, 2, 3, 
4 (Secretary, Treasurer 3) ; Alpha Gamma Rho 1, 2, 3, 4 



EUNICE MARY JOHNSON. English. 107 Wickham Rd., Garden 
City, New York. Born in 1931 at Bucharest, Rumania. Transfer from 
Adelphi College. Activities: Chorale 3, 4; Operetta Guild 3, 4; Campus 
Varieties 3, 4; Kappa Alpha Theta 1, 2 (Vice-President, Pledge 
Class 1, Archivist, Social Chairman, Song liCader 2). 



ROGER FORREST JOHNSON. "Rog." Agricultural Engineering. 
651 Tinkliam Rd., Wilbraham. Born in 1929 at Springfield. Transfer 
from LTnited Slates Military Academy. Activities: American Society 
of Agricultural Engineers 3, 4; Lacrosse Club 3. 



VICTOR EDWARD JOHNSON. "Vic." History. Aspen Rd., Littleton. 
Born in 1930 at Chelsea. Entered from Boston Latin. Activities: 
I.F.C. 2; University Chorus 1; Student Christian Association 1; Edu- 
cation Club 3, 4; International Relations Club 4; Senate 1; Baseball 
1; Q.T.V. 1, 2, 3, 4 (Corresponding Secretary 2, President 4). 



LAWKKXCE L. JONES, JR. "Larry." Physical Education. 286 Dodge 
SI., iicM-rlv. Born in l!l,'((l at Los Mocliis, Sinaloz, Mexico. Entered 
froni (Wishing Academy. Activities: OuUnf' Club 1, 2; Ski Club 1, 2, 3; 
Carnival Committee 4; Physical Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 
3); Phi Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. 



DONALD ARTHUR JUNKINS. ".Junkie." English Literature. 57 
Fairmount Ave., Saugus. Born in 1931 at Saugus. Entered from 
Saugus High School. Activities: Varsity "M" Club 2, 3, 4; Chaplain's 
Council 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 1; Theta Chi 
1,2,3,4 (Chaplains). 



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DONALD WYMAX KALLGREN. AVikllifo Mauiigo.iuMit. 125 ^Yt■st 
Alvord St., Springfield. Bom in 193'2 at Si)ringliel<l. Kiitered from 
Technical High School. Activities: Dean's I.i.st ;!; .Indson Fellowship 
1; Pistol Team '2, 3, 4; Rod and Gun Club -2, 3, 4: Alplia Gamma Rho 
1, % 3, 4. 

MARJORIE KAUFMAN. "Margie." Sociology. '2^2 Crowell St., D,ir- 
ehester. Born in 193'2 at Boston. Entered from Dorchester High 
School. Avtii'ities: Dean's List '2, 3; Panhcllenic 3, 4 (Vice-Prcsiilcnt 
and Editor of Panhel Rush Guide 4); Collegian 3 (Assislaiil ('(.py 
Editor 3); Inde.x 3, 4; Roister Doisters 1; Campus Varicti.s :!; Smi- 
ology Club 3, 4; Interclass Plays ->. 3; Hillel 1, '2, 3, 4 (Sd nlary -il; 
Carnival Committee 3; Radio Clnli -2; Sigma Delta Tau '2, 3, 4 ('2nd 
Vice-President 4). 



JOSEPH EUGENE KAZALSKL "Checo." .\ccounting. 15 Greenwood 
Ave., Holyoke. Born in 19'26 at Holyoke. Transfer from St. Michael's 
College. Actii'itie.s: Dean's List 1; Chemistry Club 1. 



ANN MARIE KEANEY. "Nancy." Mathematics. 1008 Essex St. 
Lawrence. Born in 193'-2 at Lawrence. Entered from Lawrence High 
School. Activities: Dean's List 1; Drill Team '2, 3, 4: Newman Club 
1, '2, 3, 4; Carnival Committee 4; Sophnmore-Seninr IIcij) Committee 
'2; Chemistry Club 1; Matlu'inatirs Club 3, 4; Women's .\thletic Asso- 
ciation 1, 9, 3, 4; Kappa Kappa Gamma 1, '2, 3, 4 (Pledge Trainer 4). 



^VILLL\M FRANCIS KEARNEY. "Bill." Mechanical Engineering. 
'29 Wales Ave., Randolph. Born in 19'29 at Brighton. Entered from 
Stetson High School. Activities: American Society of Mechanical En- 
gineers 4; Society of Automotive Engineers 4. 



PAULA ELLEN KEATING. "Keats." Merchandising and Retailing. 
6 Squanto Rd., Quincy. Born in 1931 at Quincy. Transfer from Trinity 
College. Activities: Operetta Guild 3, 4; Newman Club 3, 4; Home 
Economics Club 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 3, 4. 



HENRY' G. KEE. Mechanical Engineering. 37 Dover St., Boston. Born 
in 19'27 at Boston. Entered from Boston Technical High School. 
Activities: American Society of Mechanical Engineers 2, 4; Society of 
Automotive Engineers 4. 



FRANCES KELLEY. Romance Languages. '21 Dalton Ave., Pittsfield. 
Born in 1931 at Pittsfield. Entered from St. Joseph's High. Activities: 
Dean's List 1, i, 3; L'niversity Choras 1; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
French Club 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 1, '2, 3; Women's Athletic Associa- 
tion 3; Kappa Alpha Theta 1, '2, 3, 4. 



JOAN LOUISE KENNEDY. "Ken." Landscape Architecture. 73 Edge- 
moor Rd., Belmont. Born in 1931 at Cambridge. Entered from Bel- 
mont High. Activities: Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Channing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Landscape Architecture Club 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 4); Naiads 1, 2, 
3; Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4 (Social Chairman 4). 



PETER "WILLIAM KENNEY. "Pete." Marketing. 36 Hillsdale Rd., 
Arlington. Born in 1932 at New York, New Y'ork. Entered from Ar- 
lington High. Activities: Business Administration Club 3, 4; Newman 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Mother's Day Committee 1; Lambda Chi 1, 2, 3, 4 
(Social Chairman 3). 




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WALTON GOSS KILBOURN, JR. "Walt." Animal Husbandry. 
Sterling Rd., South Lancaster. Born in 1931 at Groton. Entered from 
Lawrence Academy. Activities: Judging Teams 3, 4; Animal Husband- 
ry Club i, 3, 4; International Relations Club 3; Theta Chi 3, 4. 

FREDERICK THOMAS KILEY. "Fred." English. 39 Pope Rd., 
Acton. Born in 1932 at Waltham. Entered from Acton High School. 
Activities: Dean's List 3, 4; WMUA 1, 2, 3, 4 (Classical Music Direc- 
tor 3, 4); Modern Music Club 3, 4; Fencing Club 4; Senate 4; Col- 
legian 1, 2; Quarterly 3; Index 3; Roister Doisters 1, 2; University 
Chorus 1, 2; Operetta Guild 1, 2; Basketball 2, 4; Baseball 1; Spring 
Track 2; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Blood Drive Committee 3; Pre- 
Med. Club 1; International Relations Club 3, 4; Lambda Chi Alpha 
3, 4. 



ALLAN PRESCOTT KIMBALL. "Scot." Education. 530 Main St., 
Gardner. Born in 1927 at Gardner. Entered from Gardner High 
School. Activities: Student Christian Association 3, 4; Pre-Med. Club 1. 



ROBERT STEPHEN KINGSBURY. "Bob." English. 47 Lothrop 
Ave., Milton. Born in 1930 at Boston. Entered from Milton High 
School. Activities: Collegian 1, 2; Outing Club 1, 2; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Sophomore-Senior Hop Committee 2; Pre-Med. Club 1; St. Michael's 
Club 2, 3, 4; Alpha Phi Omega 2; Basketball 1; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Alpha 
Epsilon Pi 2, 3, 4. 



ELIZABETH MARIE KINNEAR. "Tish." Medical Technology. 
277 Greeley St., Clinton. Born in 1931 at Worcester. Entered from 
Clinton High School. Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Women's Glee 
Club 1, 2; Outing Club 2; Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3; Student Christian 
Association 3; Bacteriology Club 3, 4; Chaplain's Comicil 3; Kappa 
Alpha Theta 1, 2, 3, 4. 



SUSZANNE JANE KLAUS. "Susie." Accounting. 78 Wlieatland Ave., 
Chicopee Falls. Born in 1930 at Chicopee Falls. Entered from Chico- 
pee High School. Activities: Index 3; Operetta Guild 3, 4 (Business 
Manager 4); Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Carnival Committee 2, 3, 4; 
Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Chi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treas- 
urer 4). 



F. THEODORE KOEHLER. Chemistry. 35 Wood St., Northampton. 
Born in 1931 at Holyoke. Entered from South Hadley High School. 
Activities: Chemistry Club 2, 3; Concert Association 2, 3. 



STANLEY RICHARD KRAMER. "Stan." Business Administration. 
144 Arlington Si.. TTavniiill. Born in 1932 at Haverhill. Entered from 
Haverhill High S, h...,l, Arlirities: Index 1, 2; Varsity Golf 3, i; Hillel 
1, 2, 3, 4; Carnival Hall Committee 3; Carnival Committee 3, 4; 
Spring Day Committee 3; Business Administration Club 2, 3, 4; 
St. Michael's Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



ALBERT JAMES KREIGER. "Al." German. 34 Winter St., Pittsfield. 
Born in 1931 at Pittsfield. Entered from Pittsfield High School. 
Activities: Dean's List 2; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; German Club 3, 4. 



RHODA KRONICK. English. 65 Chestnut St., North Adams. Born in 
1931 at North Adams. Transfer from North Adams State Teachers 
College. Activities: Dean's List 3, 4; Hillel 3, 4; WMUA 4; Education 
Club 3, 4; House Counselor 4; Sigma Delta Tau 3, 4. 



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DONALD ELBRIDGE KUIIN. '•Don." Physics. 183 Ellsworth Aye.. 
Springfield. Born in 1931 at Springfield. Entered from Technical 
High School. Activities: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, i; .\merican Society of 
Mechanical Engineers i, 3; Zeta Zeta Zeta '3, 3, 4. 



JOHN FRANCIS Kl^TOLOWSKI. History. 33 Endicott St., Lynn. 
Born in 1931 at Lynn. Entered from Lynn English High School. 
Aclii'itie.s-: Dean's List 3; Index 4; Newman Club 1, % 3, 4; Physical 
Education Club 1; Football 1; Ba.seball 1, i; Junior Varsity Ba.sket- 
ball i: W'MVX 4. 



ANDREW FRANCIS KW.\SNIK. "Moe." Mechanical Engineering. 
Hampden Rd., Mouson, Born in 1931 at Monson. Entered from 
Monsou High. Actirities: Dean's List 3; American Society of Mechani- 
cal Engineers 3; Society of Automotive Engineers 4. 



JOHN LAWRENCE LAJOIE. "Lefty." Geology. 161 Morton St., 
West Springfield. Born in 1931 at Springfield. Entered from West 
Springfield High School. Actii'ities: St. Michael's Club 2, 3, 4: Basket- 
ball 1; Baseball 3, 4; Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



VINCENT FRANCIS LALLY. "Lai." Economics. 271 North Pleasant 
St., Holyoke. Born in 1929 at Holyoke. Transferred from Siena Col- 
lege, Loudon\'ilIe, N. Y. Activities: Dean's List 3; Newman Club 3, 4; 
Lambda Chi Alpha 4. 




WILLIAM ALFRED LAMBERT. "Bill." Ornamental Horticulture. 

513 Wliite St., Springfield. Born in 1931 at Worcester. Entered from 
St. John's High School. Activities: Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Landscape Architecture Club 2, 3, 4; Horticulture Show 
1, 2, 3, 4. 



P.\UL HERBERT LANGHELD. "Redcap." Wildlife Management. 
1174 St. James Ave., Springfield. Born in 1924 at Springfield. En- 
tered from Springfield Technical High School. Actiiities: Rod and 
Gun Club 4. 




ERNEST ELMER LATTIMORE. "Chan." History. 54 Lathrop St., 
South Hadley Falls. Born in 1930 at Holyoke. Entered from South 
Hadley High School. Activities: Dean's List 3. 



LEONICE NANCY LAWRANCE. "Lee." English. 94 Summer St., 
Kingston. Born in 1931 at Plymouth. Transfer from Bates College. 
Activities: Dean's List 3, 4; Channing Club 3, 4; Butterfield Treasury 
Committee 3; Student Library Assistant 3, 4. 



PAUL H. LAWRENCE. Accounting. 37 Norwood Ter., Holyoke. Born 
in 1925 at Holyoke. Entered from Holyoke High School. Activities: 
Dean's List 2, 3. 




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ALAN C. LEAVITT. "Colby." History, i Thurber St., Framingham. 
Born in 1931 at Framingham. Entered from Framingham High 
School. Activities: Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Choir 1; Quarterly 3, 4; Campus 
Varieties 1; WMUA 3, 4; Theta Chi 1, i, 3, 4. 



S. JASON LEBOWITZ. "Yuki." Mathematics. 9 Avon Ave., Me- 
thuen. Born in 1930 at Methuen. Entered from Edward F. Searles 
High School. Activities:'Deans List 4; Swimming Team 1; A.S.M.E. 2; 
Operetta Guild 3; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; IZFA 1, 2, 3, 4 (Bd. Division 2); 
Wrestling Team 1, 2; Mathematics Club 3, 4; Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2, 
3, 4 (House Manager 3). 



DOLORES R. LEITZEN. "Dee." Home Economics. 43 Brookline Ave., 
Holyoke. Born in 1932 at Springfield. Entered from Holyoke High 
School. Activities: Dean's List 3; Index 2, 3, 4; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; Flori- 
culture Club 1; Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4; Campus Chest 2. 



MARY GERTRUDE LESTER. English. Village Green, New Marlboro. 
Born in 1931 at Great Barrington. Entered from New Marlboro 
High School. Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Campus Varieties 2, 3; 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1; Education Club 3; 
Women's Athletic Association 3, 4; Kappa Kappa Gamma 1, 2, 3, 4 
(Marshal). 




RICHARD ALLAN LEVINE. "Dick." English. 77 Bloomingdale St., 
Chelsea. Born in 1932 at Maiden. Entered from Chelsea High School. 
Activities: Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; Carnival Ball Committee 3; Carnival Com- 
mittee 3; Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 3, Vice-President 4). 



RALPH SIDNEY LEVITT. "Doc." Physics. 23 Floyd St., Dorchester. 
Born in 1931 at Worcester. Entered from Boston English High School. 
Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 4; Collegian 1, 2, 3; 
Quarterly 2, 3 (Art Editor 3); Handbook Board 2 (Photography 
Editor 2); Index 2, 3, 4 (Photography Editor 4); Roister Doisters 1; 
Camera Club 3, 4 (Vice-President 3, 4); Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; Chemistry 
Club 1, 2, 3; WMUA 1, 2; Zeta Zeta Zeta 3, 4. 



JOHN EARLE LIBBY. "Lib." Animal Husbandry. Main St., Cum- 
maquid. Born in 1931 at Hyannis. Transfer from Stockbridge School 
of .\griculture. Activities: Dean's List 2, 3; Outing Club 1; Animal 
llusl.audry Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 3); Little International Live- 
sti.ik Sliow 2, 3 (Assistant Manager 2, Manager 3); 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4 
(\ ice-President). 



I>EONARD MORTON LIBBEY. "Len." Dairy Products. 60 Town- 
send Ud.. BchiKint. Born in 1930 at Boston. Transfer from Stock- 
bridge ScJKiol of .Agriculture. Activities: Judging Teams 3, 4; Outing 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dnirv Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country Track 2. 



HARRY BENJAMIN LIT. "H." Civil Engineering. 41 Williams St., 
Northampton. Born in 1928 at Beverly. Entered from Boston Latin 
School. Activities: Agricultural Engineering Club 1, 2 (Vice-President); 
Civil Engineering Club 3, 4; Soccer Team 2, 3. 



VERA BETTY LITZ. "V.B." Home Economics. 38 State St., Monson. 
Born in 1931 at Mon.son. Entered fromMon.son High School. Activities: 
Inter-class Plavs 3; Opi-rclln (inild 3, 4; Shidenl Christian Associa- 
tion 1, 2, 3, 4;' Collegr Pilgrim l''cll<iw.sliip 1; Cliiiplain's Council 4; 
La Maison Franiaise 2, 3; Home Kcononiics ("lull 1, 2, 3, 4; Radio 
Club 1; Women's Athletic Association 3, 4; Chi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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WILLIAM ALBERT LUND, JR. "Bill." Wildlife Mauagimeiit. 43 
Denmark St., Worcester. Born in 1930 at Worcester. Transfer from 
Worcester Jmiior College. Activities: Rod and Gun Club 3, 4. 



B.VSIL HAROLD MacDOXALD. Accounting. 100 Beech St., Holyoke. 
Born ill 1930 at Holyoke. Transfer from Holyoke Junior College. 
Activities: Newman Cluli 3, 4; Business Administration Chil> 4; 
Lambda Chi Alpha 3, 4. 



JOHN KENNETH M.vcDONALD. "Jack." Economics. 9(i0 Beacon 
St., Newton Centre. Born in 19'29 at Boston. Entered from Newton 
High School. Activities: Class Treasurer 1, i; Maroon Key i (Secre- 
tary); Carnival Committee 1, i, 3 (Chairman of Events); Sophomore- 
Senior Hop Committee '2 (Chairman); Spring Day Committee i; 
Kappa Sigma 1, '2, 3, 4. 



BRUCE ALLAN M.^cLACHLAN. Physics. 37 Morrow St., Mansfield. 
Born in 1931 at Mansfield. Entered from Mansfield High School. 
Activities: Dean's List 1, i, 3, 4; Interfraternity Council 3, 4 (Treas- 
urer); Campus Chest Drive 4 (Co-Chairman); Student Christian 
Association 1, i, 3, 4 (Vice-President 3, President 4); S.C.A. Cabinet 
i, 3, 4 (President); Carnival Committee 3, 4; Alpha Gamma Rho 
1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary). 



DONALD ALBERT M.\cLEAN. "Don." Industrial Administration. 24 
Chestnut St., Westfield. Born in 1932 at Northampton. Entered from 
Westfield High School. Activities: Dean's List 3; Military Ball Com- 
mittee 4; DeMolay Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Administration Club 2, 3, 
4; Camera Club 3; Chaplain's Council 4; Lambda Chi Alpha 3, 4. 



JOAN M. M.^cLEOD. "Mac." Home Economics. 1151 Main St., 
Leicester. Born in 1931 at Worcester. Entered from Leicester High 
School. Activities: Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3; Education 
Club 4; French Club 1; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3; Panhellenic 
3, 4; Psychology Club 2; W'omen's Athletic Association 3; Sigma 
Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4 (Rush Chairman 3, President 4). 



DONALD KENNETH MacMANIIS. "Mac." Psychology. 322 High 
St., Holyoke. Born in 1930 at Holyoke. Transfer from Holyoke 
Junior College. Activities: Dean's List 2; Psychology Club 4. 



ISIALCOLM WORDEN MacNIVEN. "Mac." Mechanical Engineering. 
82 Wilkinson St., Worcester. Born in 1931 at Worcester. Entered 
from North High School. Activities: American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers 3, 4; Varsity "M" 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 1, 2; Track 1, 2. 



CLAIRE LORAIN MAGEE. "Maggie." Floriculture. 25 Fern St., 
Brockton. Born in 1931 at Quincy. Entered from Brockton High 
School. Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Floriculture Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Horticulture Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, (Treasurer 3, 4). 



SYLVESTER RALPH MAGLOTT. "Sy." Animal Husbandry. 1162 
West St., Sheldonville. Born in 1927 at Berwick, Pa. Entered from 
Dean Academy. Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Operetta Guild 3, 4; 
Campus Varieties 4; Savoyards 3; Canterbury Club 3, 4; Student 
Christian Association 3, 4; S.C.A. Cabinet 4; Animal Husbandry 
Club 1, 2, 3; Internationa! Relations Club 1, 2, 3; Pre- Veterinary 
Club 1, 2. 




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CHRISTOPHER JOHN MAKREIDES. Floriculture. 10 Linwood 
Place, Somerville. Born in 1925 at Somerville. Transfer from Stock- 
bridge School of Agriculture. Activities: Floriculture Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
International Relations Club 1. 



JEANNE LAURA MALIN. Home Economics. 11 Summer St., North- 
ampton. Born in 1932 at Northampton. Entered from Northampton 
High School. Activities: Cheerleader 2; Campus Varieties 3; Newman 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore-Senior Hop Committee 2; Home Eco- 
nomics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Modern Dance Club 2 (Chairman 2); Kappa 
Kappa Gamma 1, 2, 3, 4 (Chaplain 4). 



ROBERT JOHN MALONEY. Zoology. 45 Rand St., Lynn. Born in 
1932 at Lynn. Entered from Lynn English High School. Activities: 
Dean's List 2; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Carnival Ball Committee 3; 
Carnival Committee 4 (Co-Chairman, Evciilsi; Military Ball Com- 
mittee 4 (Hall Committee Chairman); Cluiiiistry Club 1, 2, 3; Pre- 
Med. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 4). 



JEANNE E. MANGl'M. Home Economics. 55 Allyn St., Holyoke. 
Bom in 1931 at Holyoke. Entered from Holyoke High School. Activi- 
ties: Roister Doisters 1, 2, 3, 4; Operetta Guild 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Athletic Associa- 
tion 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Alpha Theta 1, 2, 3, 4 (House Manager 4). 



KLI.EN SYIAIA MANNINEN. English. Ashby West Rd., Fitchburg. 
Mum ill 1931 at I'nrt Chester, New York. Entered from Fitchburg 
High School. Aclipities: Dean's List 1; University Chorus 1, 2, 3; 
Campus Varieties 4; French Club 2. 



MICHAEL F. MARCINKOWSKL "Mike." Psychology. 73 Walnut 
St., Chelsea. Born in 1928 at Chelsea. Entered from Newman Prep 
School. Activities: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Mother's Day Committee 
1; Psychology Club 4; Phi Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. 



VICTOR HAROLD MARCOTTE. "Vic." Pre-Med. Moss Hill Rd., 
Russell. Born in 1931 at Russell. Entered from Westfield High School. 
Actitities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Senate 2; Campus Chest Committee 2; 
MiUtary Ball Committee 4; Chemistrv Club 3, 4; Pre-Med. Club 
1, 2, 3, 4 (President 4). 



MARY KATHERINE MARONI. History. 1237 Main St., Athol. 
Born in 1931 at Athol. Entered from Athol High School. Activities: 
Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Index 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Interna- 
tional Relations Club 3 (Publicity Chairman Assistant); Women's 
Athletic Association 3, 4; Scrolls 2; Chi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4 (Historian 4). 



DAVID IRWIN MARSHALL. "Dave." English. 30 Cleveland St., 
Gloucester. Born in 1931 at Chelsea. Transfer from Champlain 
College. Activities: Hillel 3, 4; Tau Epsilon Phi 2, 3, 4 (Pledgemaster 
3, Vice Chancellor 4). 



DOUGLAS WARREN MARTIN. "Doug." Marketing. 58 No. Pros- 
]icct St., .\mhcrst. Born in 1930 at Wincliendon. Entered from Deer- 
ficlil .Vcadciiiv. Acllrilics: Roister Doisters 3; Campus Varieties 3; 
l$iisiii<-ss AdiiiiiiisI ration Club 3, 4; St. Michael's Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Thela Chi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 3). 



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ELINORE RUTH MASON. "Klly." Home Economics. 65 Simond.s Hd.. 
Williarastowii. Born in lOS'i at Slieffield. Entered from AVillianistoHii 
High School. Activities: Dean's List 3; I.sogon -I; World Slmlcut 
Service Fmid 3; Collegian '2, 3, i (Campus Editor 3, Associiile Etlilor 
4, Editor 4); Outing Club 2; Mt. Toby Recreation Project 3, 4 (Secre- 
tary 3, 4); French Housed, 3; Carnival Committee 3, 4; French Club 3. 

HOWARD MITCHELL MASON. "Mase." History. 3.i Waushakum 
St., Framingliam. Born in 1931 at Framingham. Entered from Frani- 
ingham High School. Actirities: Academic iVctivitics Board 4; Co\- 
legian '>, 3 (Arl Editor 3); Index '2, 3, 4 (Business Manager 4); Ilillel 
1, 2, 3, 4; ('anu-ra Club 3, 4; International Uclatiuns Club '2, 3, 4; 
Education Cluli 3, 4; Blood Drive 4; Alpha Phi Omega 3, 4 (Vice- 
President 4K 



ARCHIE MATTHEWS. Civil Engineering. Southfield. Born in 1!)'21 
at Sea Cliff, N. Y. Entered from Cheshire Academy. Activities: 
Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; American Society of Civil Engineers 3, 4; Ge- 
ology Club i, 3, 4; Sigma Gamma Epsilon 3, 4 (Secretary 3, 4). 



FRANCIS ANTHONY MATUSZEK. "Frank." Electrical Engineer- 
ing. 'ilS Lyman St., Holyoke. Born in 1928 at Holyoke. Transfer 
from Holyoke Junior College. Activities: Newman Club "2, 4 ; Electrical 
Engineering Club i, 3, 4; American Institute of Electrical Engineering 
a, 3, 4. 



NELSON AMOS MAYNARD. "Moose." Industrial Engineering. 2380 
Massachusetts Ave., Lexington. Born in 1926 at Lowell. Transfer 
from Fort Devens. Activities: Senate 3; American Society of Mechani- 
cal Engineers 3, 4. 



■WILLIAM WALKER McGOWAN, 3rd. "Mac." Marketing. 160 
Chicomansett Village, W'illimansett. Born in 1930 at Chicopee. En- 
tered from Cathedral High School. Activities: Newman Club 1, 3, 4; 
Pre-Med. Club 1 : Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4. 



CORNELIUS BRADLEY McGRATH. "Brad." History. 60 Clark 
Ave., Northampton. Born in 1931 at Easthampton. Entered from 
W'illiston Preparatory-School. Activities: Education Club 4; Lambda 
Chi Alpha. 

NANCY' J. MEADER. History. 2 Summit St., Whitinsville. Born \n 
1932 at Whitinsville. Entered from Nortlibridge High School. Acti- 
vities: Isogon 4 (President); Scrolls 2; Drill Team 1, 2, 3; Campus 
Varieties 4; Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Edwards Fellow- 
ship 1; Mother's Day Committee 1; Sophomore-Senior Hop Com- 
mittee 2; Spring Day Committee 3; International Relations Club 
3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Judiciary 
Board 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 4); Campus Chest Committee 4; Mount 
Toby Steering Committee 4; House Chairman 3; House Counselor 4; 
Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Recording Secretary 3, Vice-President 4). 



THEODORE FRANCIS MEDREK. "Ted." Bacteriology. 336 Chest- 
nut St., Springfield. Born in 1931 at Springfield. Entered from Cathed- 
ral High School. Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; 
Pre-Med. Club 3, 4; Bacteriology and Public Health Club 2, 3, 4. 




JOSEPH A. MELLO. "Joe." English. 11 Sagamore St., New Bedford. 
Born in 1930 at New Bedford. Entered from New Bedford High 
School. Activities: Dean's List 1; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pre-Med. 
Club 2; Radio Club 2, 3, 4; Student Senate 3. 



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HOWARD DAVID MENDELSOHN. "Howie." Government. 63 
Brookledge St., Roxbury. Born in 1931 at Cambridge. Transfer from 
University of Alabama. Activities: Hillel '2, 3, 4; St. Michael's Club 
2, 3, 4 (Secretary 4) ; Alpha Epsilon Pi 2, 3, 4. 



PATRICIA SIDNEY MENZIES. "Pat." Recreation Education. 10 
School St., Adams. Born in 1930 at Adams. Entered from Adams 
Senior High School. Actimlies: Dean's List 3; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Uni- 
versity Chorus 1; Mt. Toby Recreation Project 3, 4 (Treasurer 4); 
Edwards Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretarv 2); Chaplain's Council 3; 
Poultry Club 4: Education Club 4; Pi Beta Phi 2, 3, 4 (Censor 4). 



ANN CYNTHIA MERRIGAN. Home Economics. 25 Glendell Terrace, 
Springfield. Born in 1932 at Springfield. Entered from Cathedral 
High School. Activities: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, (Corresponding 
Secretary 2); Chemistry Club 1; Home Economics Club 3, 4; Wo- 
men's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Naiads 1, 2, 3, 4; Chi Omega 
1, 2, 3, 4. 



BARBARA ALICE MERRITT. "Barb." French. 71 Athol St., Boston. 
Born in 1932 at Boston. Transfer from Boston Teachers College. 
Activities: Dean's List 4; Collegian 3; Outing Club 3; Student Chris- 
tian .Association 3, 4; Mardi Gras Committee 3; Carnival Committee 
4; French Club 3, 4 (Vice-President 4); Education Club 3 (Publicity); 
International Relations Club 4: International Club 3, 4 (Secretary 3); 
Frencli House 3, 4 (Secretary 4). 



JACQUELINE MESERVE. "Jackie." English. 19 Peters St., North 
Andover. Born in 1931 at Lawrence. Entered from Johnson High 
School. Activities: Dean's List 3; L'niversity Chorus 3; Student 
Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Kappa 2, 3, 4. 



MARCELLA AGNES METHE. "Marcie." Medical Technology. 
195 Oak St., Holyoke. Bom in 1931 at Holyoke. Entered from Hol- 
yoke High School. Activities: Dean's List 3; Roister Doisters 1, 2; 
Operetta Guild 2; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1; Women's 
Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Bacteriology Club 2, 3, 4; Kappa 
Alpha Theta 1, 2, 3, 4, (Marshal 4). 




RACHEL MICHELSON. "Rae." Mathematics. Littleton Rd., West- 
ford. Born in 1932 at Canada. Entered from Westford Academy. 
Activities: Collegian 2; Index 3, 4; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4 (Corresponding 
Secretary 2); IZFA 1, 2 (Recording Secretary 2); Carnival Commit- 
tee 4;Mathematics Club 2, 3, 4; Radio Club 2. 



JOAN L. MIKLAS. "Micky." English. 17 Crotteau St., Adams. Born 
in 1931 at Adams. Entered from Adams High School. Activities: Drill 
Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Roister Doisters 3; Operetta Guild 3; Newman Club 
1, 2; Carnival Ball Committee 4; Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Social Ex- 
change Chairman 4) . 



ARDETII H. MILLER. "Ardy." Economics. 116 Winthrop Rd., Brook- 
line. Born in 1931 at Boston. Entered from Chelsea High School. 
Activities: Dean's List 2, 3; Senate 1; Index 3, 4; Campus Varieties 3; 
Inter-Class Plays 3; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Administration Club 
3; Sigma Delta Tau 1, 2, 3, 4. 



L.-VURENCE IRWIN MILLER. "Larry." Mathematics. 14 Warren 
St., Needham. Born in 1931 at Boston. Entered from Roxbury Me- 
morial High School. Activities: Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Handbook Board 
3; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; Interfraternity Council 3, 4; Inter-Greek Ball 
Committee 3 (Chairman); Chess Club 3, 4; Mathematics Club 2, 3, 
4; Tau Epsilon Phi 2, 3, 4 (Assistant Scribe 2, Steward 4). 



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ALIDA DeFORREST MIXSON. History. Richards Rd., Falmouth. 
Born in 1930 at Danbury, Conn. Entered from Lawrence High, 
Fahnouth. Activities: Dean's List -2; Quarterly -t; Operetta Guild i, 
3, 4; Canterbury Club 1, i, 3, i (Executive Committee 3, Co-chair- 
man 4), Chaplain's Council 3; French Club '•2, 3, 4 (Publicity Secre- 
tary 4): French House ■>, 3 (Publicity 3); Interclass Plays 3. ' 



WILLLVM Jl'LES MOFFITT. "Bill." Mechanical Engineering. 
1 Franklin Court, Northampton. Born in 1931 at Northampton. 
Transfer from Tufts College. Actirities: American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers 3, 4; Society of .\utomotivc Engineers 4; Lacrosse 
3, 4; House Counselor 4: Basketball 3; Newman Club i, 3, i. 



NORiL\N JOSEPH MONTIGNY. "Norm." Marketing. 105 Main 
St., North Oxford. Born in 1930 at North Oxford. Entered from 
Oxford High School. Activities: Business Administration Club 3, 4; 
Ski Club 1, 3, 4: Flving Club 2; Newman Club 1, 2, 4; Sigma Phi 
Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4. 



ALFRED PALL MORANO, JR. "Al." Accounting. 3,5 Onota St., 
Pittsfield. Born in 1931 at Pittsfield. Entered from Pittsfield High 
School. Actiritirs: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Military Ball Committee 
1; Business -Vdministration Club 3, 4; Lambda Chi .\lpha 1, 2, 3, 4 
(Treasurer 4) . 



DONALD IRVING MOREY. "Morey." History. 40 Plinn St., Pitts- 
field. Born in 1926 at Pittsfield. Entered from Pittsfield High School. 
Activities: Dean's List 1, 2; Quarterly 1; Modern Music Club 3, 4. 



ANN MORRILL. Government-Economics. 515 Crafts St., West New- 
ton. Born in 1932 at Waltham. Entered from Newton High School. 
Activities: Drill Team 1, 2, 4; Interclass Plays 1, 2; Flower Fashion 
Show 2, 4; Operetta Guild 1, 2, 3, 4 (Executive Secretary 3, Tech- 
nical Director); Dance Band 1, 2 (Publicity Manager 1); Horti- 
culture Show 1, 2, 3; Carnival Ball Committee 4; Education Club 3: 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 2, 3, 4 (Social Chairman 2, 3). 



KENNETH ALTON MOSER. "Moe." Mechanical Engineering. 53 
Sunset Ave., Amherst. Born in 1931 at Steubeiiville, Ohio. Entered 
from Amherst High School. Activities: American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 3) ; Society of Automotive Engineers (4) ; 
Student Christian Association 1; Zeta Zeta Zeta 2, 3, 4 (Vice-Presi- 
dent 3). 



PAUL JOSEPH MOTTOLO. Business .\dministration. 419 Washing- 
ington St., Winchester. Born in 1932 at Winchester. Entered from 
Winchester High School. Activities: Newman Club 4; Business Ail- 
ministration Club 4; Football 1, 2. 



CAROLYN ANN MOULTON. "Cal." English. 14 Putnam Ave., 
Braintree. Born in 1931 at Quincy. Entered from Braintree High 
School. Activities: Kappa Kappa Gamma 1, 2, 3, 4 (Scholarship 
Chairman). 



WALTER MICHAEL MULARZ. "Walt." Economics. 19 Morris St., 
Lynn. Born in 1929 at Manchester, N. H. Entered from Lynn Classi- 
cal High School. 




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MARGARET EVANS MTLKERN. "Magee." Education. 63 Gran- 
field Ave., West Roxlmry. Born in 1931 at Brookline. Transfer from 
Boston Teachers C'olk'gc. Acfieilies: Dean's List 3, 4; House Coun- 
selor 4; .Judging Teams 3, i; Newman Club 3, 4; Carnival Committee 
4; Kdncation Club 3, 4; French Club 3; International Club 3; Mt. 
Tdliy Project 4; Women's Athletic Association 3, 4; Naiads 4. 



LEO HAROLD MUNICH. Mathematics. 39 Walcott St., Maiden. 
Born in 1931 at Maiden. Transfer from Boston University. Activities: 
Dean's List 1, i; Collegian 3; Index 3; Mathematics Club 2, 3, 4. 




THOMAS WILLIAM MURPHY. "Murph." Government. 127 Chest- 
nut St., Holyoke. Born in 1931 at Holyoke. Entered from Holyoke 
High School. Activities: Dean's List 2, 3; Honors Work 4; Newman 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. 



JEANNE MYRICK. "Ricki." Home Economics. 416 Main St., Ames- 
bury. Born in 1931 at Amesbury. Entered from Amesbury High 
School. Activities: Index 4; Chorale 2; Operetta Guild 1, 2; Women's 
Athletic Association 1; Class Gift Committee 4; Naiads 1; Drill 
Team 4; Fashion Show 1, 2; Kappa Alpha Theta 1, 2, 3, 4. 



EDWARD JOHN NAVICKAS. "Eddie." Chemistry. 14 Cherry St., 
Easthanipton. Born in 1930 at Easthampton. Entered from Williston 
.\cadciiiy. A'iiiilies: Carnival Committee 2; Chemistry Club 2, 3, 4; 
Stndenl'Senatc-,'; WMr.A.2. 



MALCOLM REAL NELSON. "Mai." Chemical Engineering. 23 
Peace St., Hopedale. Born in 1930 at Hopedale. Entered from Hope- 
dale High School. Activities: Dean's List 1, 3; Chowder and Marching 
Society 2; Chemical Engineering Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 3, '^ice- 
President 3, 4). 



MARJORIE LOUISE NELSON. "Midge." Medical Technology. 
61 Howard St., Brockton. Born in 1931 at Brockton. Entered from 
Brockton High School. Activities: Roister Doisters 4; University 
Chorus 1; Campus Varieties 4; Chaplain's Council 4; Bacteriology 
Club 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 3, 4; Kappa Alpha Theta 
2, 3, 4 (Chaplain 4). 



BARBARA RUTH NEUMANN. "Neumie." Chemistry. 76 Elmwood 
.\ve., Holyoke. Born in 1931 at Holyoke. Entered from Holyoke High 
School. Activities: Dean's List 1; Chemistry Club 3, 4; German Club 
4; Women's Athletic Association 3, 4; Kappa Alpha Theta 1, 2, 3, 4. 




MILTON MICHAEL NEUSNEH. ":\Iilt." Marketing. 50 Sheridan St., 

HaviThill. l!,.n; in l!»:)l at I'hilM.lelphia, Pa. Entered frcni Haverhill 
Higli School. Actifilirs: Class Trciisurer 3; Adelphia 4 (Secretary- 
Treasurer); Index 2, 3, 4 (Managing Editor 4); Campus Varieties 4; 
Ring Committee 3, 4 (Treasurer); Spring Day Committee 3 (Co- 
Chairman); Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 3, President 4). 



ABRAHAM SIMON NEWMAN. "Abe." English. 59 Ellsworth St., 
Mnickloii. Horn in 1932 at Brockton. Entered from Brockton High 
S.liool. Arlirilies: Dean's List 3; Campus Varieties 3; WMUA 1, 2; 
Moderji Music Club 3, 4. 



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NATALIE E. NEWMAN. "Nat." Sociology. 171-1 Commonwealth Ave., 
Briglitoii. Born in ]!)3'2 at Boston. Entered from Brighton High School. 
Activities: Inlcrclass I'lays :i; Collegian 3; Index i, 3, i: Hillel 1, i, 
3. i: Sociology Chili 3, 4; WMl'.V 3 (Announcer 3); Fencing Club 
4; Women's Athletic Association 'i, 3, i: Sigma Delta Tan 1, '2, 3, 4 
(House Chairman 4). 



RICHARD LITTLE NICKLES. "Nick."" Animal Husbandry. Treble 
Cave Rd., Billerica. Born in 19'29 at Lowell. Transfer from University 
of Pennsylvania. Aclivities: Dean's List 3; Band i; .\nimal Hus- 
bandry Club 5, 3, 4; Little International Livestock Show 3 (First 
Prize, Sheep); Nathaniel Bowditch Oratorical Contest 3 (First 
Prize). 



ROBERT FRANCIS NOLAN. "Knobby."" Physical Education. 11 
Emerson Rd., Wintlinip. Born in lO^e at Wiiitlirop. Entered from 
Cushing Academy. Actiriliex: Class Officer (Vice-President 3); New- 
man Club 1, '2, 3, 4; Ring Committee 3; Spring Day Committee 3; 
Education Club 4; Varsitv "M"" Club '2, 3, 4; Physical Education 
Club 1, J, 3, 4: Senate '2; Football '2, 3, 4 (William Evans Award 3); 
Tennis 4; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1, '2, 3, 4. 

G. ELAINE NORCROSS. Home Economics. Parkerville. Rd., South- 
ville. Born in 193'2 at Ayer. Entered from Peter.s High School. Activi- 
ties: Dean's List 1, '2, 3, 4; Honors W'ork 4; Omicron Nu 4; Isogon 4 
(Publicity); Edwards Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 1, -l; Home 
Economics Club 1, '2, 3, 4, (President 3, 4); Square Dance Club 1; 
Women's Athletic Association 1, '2, 3, 4 (Softball Manager 3). 



DAVID GERARD O'BRIEN. "O'Bie." Marketing. 44 Butler Place, 
Northampton. Born in 193'2 at Northampton. Transfer from Holyoke 
Junior College. Activities: Business Administration Club i, 3, 4 
(President 4); Operetta Guild 4; Carnival Ball Committee 4; Theta 
Chi '2, 3, 4. 



JOHN FRANCIS O'BRIEN. "O'Bie." Geology. 3,5 Belvidere Ave., 
Holyoke. Born in 1930 at Holyoke. Transfer from Holyoke Junior 
College. Activities: Lambda Chi Alpha 3, 4. 



THOMAS B. O'CON^NELL. "Tom." Biological Field Studies. 7 Pitts- 
more Rd., Roslindale. Born in 1928 at Boston. Entered from Ros- 
lindale High School. Activities: Dean's List 3; .\lpha Phi Omega 3, 4; 
WMIW 3, 4 (jMasterworks Director, Assistant Program Manager); 
Index 4 (Layout Editor) ; Fernald Entomology Club 4. 



SONT)RA LOIS OFSTROCK. "Sandy," English. Pleasant St., Woods 
Hole. Born in 1931 at New Bedford. Entered from Lawrence High 
School. Activities: Collegian 1, 2: Index 1, 2, 3, 4; Hillel 1, 2; Educa- 
tion Club 3, 4. 



GEORGE JOSEPH O'HARA. Civil Engineering. 561 South Canal St., 
Holyoke. Born in 1926 at Holyoke. Transfer from Holyoke Junior 
College. Activities: Dean's List 3; Civil Engineering Club 2, 3, 4; Up- 
silon Mu Epsilon. 

FLORENCE KAY O'KEEFE. "Kay." Home Economics. 132 Greene 
St., North Andover. Born in 1931 at Andover. Entered from Johnson 
High School. Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Handbook Board 2, 3: 
Index 3; Roister Doisters 4; W'omen's Glee Club 2, 3; University 
Chorus 1; Campus Varieties 4; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Carnival Ball 
Committee 4; Carnival Committee 4; Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4; 
Women's Athletic Association 4; Drill Team 3, 4; Kappa Alpha 
Theta 2, 3, 4. 




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CHARLES EDWARD OLNEY. "Lucky." Economics. Reservoir Ave., 
Rehoboth. Born in 1931 at Fall River. Entered from Dighton High 
School. Activities: Sigma Alpha Epsilon 3, 4. 



PRISCILLA ALDEN ORDWAY. "Pris." English. 15 Circuit Ave., 
Worcester. Born in 1931 at Worcester. Entered from South High SchooL 
Activities: Dean's List 2, 3; Index 4; Roister Doisters 1; LTniversity 
Chorus 1; Student Christian Association 1, i, 3, 4; S.C.A. Cabinet 3 
(Chaplain's Council); College Pilgrim Fellowship 1, 2, 3; Carnival 
Committee 4; Sophomore-Senior Hop Committee 2; Spring Day 
Committee 3; Liternational Relations Club 3, 4; Women's Athletic 
Association 2, 3, 4; Scrolls 2; House Counselor 3; Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 
4 (Pledge Social Chairman 1, Rush Captain 3, President 4). 



PAUL PALEOLOGOPOULOS. Business Administration. 844 Chestnut 
St., Springfield. Born in 1931 at Northampton. Entered from Classi- 
cal High School. Activities: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 



MARY CECILIA PANZICA. Sociology. 10 Parsons St., Northampton. 
Born in 1931 at Northampton. Transfer from Smith College. Activities: 
Operetta Guild 3, 4; Newman Club 4; Sociology Club 3, 4. 



JOAN HELEN PARISIEN. History. Mohawk Trail St., North Adams. 
Born in 1932 at North Adams. Entered from Drury High School. 
Activities: Dean's List 2; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; International Rela- 
tions Club 2, 3, 4 (Secretary-Treasurers); Women's Athletic Associa- 
tion 1, 2, 3, 4. 



JEANNE MARCIA PARKER. Sociology. 8 Goodale Rd., Boston. 
Born in 1931 at Boston. Entered from Dorchester High School for 
Girls. Activities: Dean's List 2, 3, 4: Index 4; Roister Doisters 1, 2, 3, 4 
(Executive Board 3); Operetta Guild 2, 3, 4; Campus Varieties 2, 3, 4; 
Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; Carnival Committee 3; Women's Athletic Association 
3, 4; Sociology Club 3, 4; Inter-Class Plays 3. 




THOMAS UICIIARI) PARKS. "Tom." Food Technology. 292 Sumner 
.Vvc, Spriiifjticld. Horn in lO.'il at Mavwocid, 111. Entered from Loomis 
In.stitute. .Jr/in/if.s: Chorale 2; 0]MTctta Guild 2, 3, 4; Student Horti- 
culture Show Council 4; Food Technology Club 4; Institute of Food 
Technologists 4; WMUA 1, 3; .Junior Varsity Soccer 2; Freshman 
Soccer 1; Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4. 



PHYLLIS C. PARSONS. "Phyl." English. High St., Southampton. 
Born in 1930 at Northampton. Transferred from .\ntioch College. 
Activities: Dean's List 2, 3. 



LUCIA AW PKIRCE. "Lu.-h." Animal Husbandry. 200 Rockland 
St., lliiit;hani. Morn in l!t31 at .laniaica Plain. Entered from Hingham 
High School. Arliritics: Ai^adcmic .Vclivitics Board 2; Dean's List 1, 2, 
3; Women's Glee Club 1; University Chorus I, 3; Chorale 2; Operetta 
Guild 2; Judging Teams 3, 4; Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4: 
Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; t-ll Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's .\th- 
letic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4 (Music Director 3.) 



WILLIAM HENRY PERKINS. "Perk." Chemistry. 8 .lay St., Fitch- 
burg. Born in 1931 at Fitchliurg. Transfer from Fitchburg Teachers 
College. Activities: Chemistry Club 3, 4; Geology Club 3, 4. 



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THOMAS ALBERT PKIU.FA". "Al." Aiiimal HusUuKlry. -2^ West St.. 
Georgetown. Born in lil-iS at Ilaverliill. Entered from ("liauncv Hall. 
Actii'itic:: Animal lln.shan.lrv Club 1, '2, ;!, 4; Alpha Gaumia Rlio 
1, -2, 3, 4 (President Jt). 



HELEN TUTTLE PERRY, "(\ippv." Animal Husbandry. 1(1.") 
Greenwood Lane, Waltliani. Born in li);51 at ^Vinollester. Entered 
from AValtham High School. Artirilics: Dean'.s List 1,-2,3, 4: Chorale 
•2, 3, 4; Operetta Guild '2; Campus Varieties 3, 4; Outing Club 1, '2; 
Student Christian Assoeiation 1, '2; Animal Husbandry Club 1, '2; 
Pre- Veterinarian 1, '2: Square Dance Club 1, '2. 



JON H. PETERSON. "Pete." Finance. 19 Clifton Rd., Milton. Born in 1931 
at Boston. Entered from Milton High School. Activities: Dean's I-ist 3; 
Business Administration Club 4; Military Ball Committee 4. 



KENNETH RAYISIOND PETERSON. "Ken." Forestry. 15 Louise 
St., Worcester. Born in 19'27 at Worcester. Entered from South High 
School. Activities: Dean's List 3; Forestry Club 1, '2, 3, 4. 



ROCCO RAYMOND PETRILLO. "Rock." Romance Languages. 
70 Wyman St., Lynn. Born in 193'2 at Lynn. Entered from Lynn Clas- 
sical High. Acticities: Dean's List 3, 4; Index 4; Newman Club 3, 3, 4; 
French Club 4; Spanish Club 3, 4 (Vice-President 4); Operetta 
Guild -2; Education Club 3, 4. 



MARGARET ELIZABETH PHANEUF. English. 16 Spring St., 
Palmer. Born in 193'2 at Palmer. 



NANCY LEWIS PHILLIPS. "Brighteyes." Merchandising. 18 Day 
St., W'est Springfield. Born in 193'2 at W^est Spiingfield. Entered from 
West Springfield High School. Activities: Dean's List 3; Roister 
Doisters 1, '2, 3, 4; Operetta Guild 3; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Carnival 
Ball Committee 4; Basiness Administration Club 3, 4; Inter-Class 
Plays 1 (Director 1); Kappa Alpha Theta 1, '2, 3, 4. 



RAYMONT) EARLE PHILLIPS. "Ray." Pre-Med. 1472 Somerset 
Ave., Tamiton. Born in 1930 at North Dighton. Transferred from 
Massachusetts College of Optometry. Actimties: Dean's List 3; 
Honors Work 4; Concert 1, 3; Dance Band 1, 3, 4; DeMolay Club 1; 
German Club 4; Wesley Foundation 1, 4; Chemistry Club 3; Pre-Med. 
Club 3; International Relations Club 3. 



PRISCILLA L. PIKE. "Pris." Psychology. 32 Dean St., Cheshire. 
Born in 1932 at Pittsfield. Entered from Adams High School. Activi- 
ties: Band 1; Student Christian Association 1, 4; Chemistry Club 1; 
Mathematics Club 1; Psychology Club 4. 



JEAN MARILYN PILLING. Home Economics. 68 Mount Ave., 
Worcester. Born in 1931 at Worcester. Entered from North High. 
Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Omicron Nu 4; Outing Club 1, 2; Wes- 
ley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4 (Recreation Chairman 2, Secretary 3, 4); 
Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 3). 








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EDUARDO I. PINA. "Ed." Pre-Medical. 2 Margin St., New Bedford. 
Born in 1931 at New Bedford. Entered from New Bedford High 
Scliool. Activities: Dean's Li.st 1, 2, 3, \\ Newman Club 1, 2, 3; Matlie- 
matios Club 3, 4; Zoology Club 4; Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4. 



.l()Sl-;i'II POWERS. Chemistry. 113 Lapham St., Fall River. Born in 
l!i;il at Fall River. Entered from B.M.C. Durfee High School. Activi- 
ties: Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Honors Work 4; Newman Club 3; Spring 
Day Committee 3; Chemistry Club 2, 3, 4 (Program Co-Chairman 4); 
Zeta Zeta Zeta 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 4). 



BKTHEL EDWARDS PRATT. "Beth." Psychology. 218 Pleasant St., 
Whitman. Borii in lll.'id at Brockton. Transferred from Framingham 
State Teachers College. Activities: University Chorus 1, 2; Psychology 
Club 4; Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Publicity Chairman 3, Assistant 
House Manager 4). 



.JOHN LEO PREVEY. "Jack." Geology. 98 Cleveland Ave., North 
Adams. Born in 1932 at North Adams. Entered from Drury High 
School. Activities: Newman Club 3, 4; Mathematics Club 1, 2; Track 
1, 2; Geology Club 2, 3, 4; Sigma Gamma Epsilon 4; Varsity "M" 
Club. 



ALEXANDER GORDON PRICE. Geology. Ingaldsby, Georgetown. 
Born in 1931 at Haverhill. Transferred from Texas A & M. Activities: 
Geology Club 4; Senate 3; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 2, 3, 4. 



ROBERT JAMES PRIEST. Marketing. 29 Concord St., Maynard. 
Born in 1931 at Waltham. Entered from Maynard High School. 
Activities: Operetta Guild 4; Business Administration Club 2, 3, 4; 
Wesley Foundation 1; Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4. 



LUCIEN R. PROKOPOW'ICH. "Proke." Physical Education. 320 Mill- 
bury St., Worcester. Born in 1930 at Worcester. Entered from High 
School of Commerce. Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Honors Work 4; 
Newman Club 1, 3; Carnival Committee 3; Swimming 2, 3; Education 
Club 3, 4; Varsity "M" Club 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa 
Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 3). 



FRANK PROVOST, JR. Physical Education. 450 Maple St., Holyoke. 
Born in 1928 at Chicopee. Entered from Suffield Academy. Activities: 
Physical Education Club 4. 



ROSEMARY KING QUINN. "Ro." Home Economics. Bay View, So. 
Dartmouth. Born in 1932 at New Bedford. Entered from Holy Family 
High School. Activities: Class Officer 2 (Secretary); Dean's List 3 
Scrolls 2 (Secretary-Treasurer); Isogon 4 (Secretary-Treasurer) 
Student Life Committee 3, 4; Senate 3, 4; Inter-Class Plays 2; Choir 3 
Roister Doisters 2, 3, 4 (Business Manager 4); University Chorus 1, 2 
Campus Varieties 3; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 3) 
Sophomore-Senior Hop Committee 2; Home Economics Club 2, 3 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 1, 2, 3, 4. 



ALFRED XKIL HABAIOIJ. "Rab." Economics. 531 Village St., 
Medway. l?<irn in 1931 at Medway. Entered from Medway High 
School. Actiritirs: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Economic Honor Society 
3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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DOROTHY FRANCKS RADULSKI. "D.F.R." Chomislry. i 01>.seiv:i- 
torv Avt\, Havi'i'liill. Born in 1931 at Havcrliill. Kntered from Ilaver- 
liill High Scliool. Activities: Dean's List 1, '2, 'i; Phi Kappa Plii t; 
HaiullxHik Board 'J; Newman Club 1, '2, 3, 4; Spring Day Committee 3; 
C'h.niistrv Chib 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 4; 
Chi Omega 4. 



HELEN SYLVL'V RAHNASTO. So<iology. Ifi Hazel St., Fitehburg. 
Born in 1931 at Fitehburg. Entereil Ironi Filchbnrg High School. 
Activities: Dean's List 1, 3; HandluHik Hoard 3; I'niversity Chorus 1; 
French Club 2; Psvehologv Club 2; Sociology Club 3. 



NOEL J. REEBENACKER. Mathematics. 51 Temple St., Reading. 
Born in 1931 at Winchester. Entered fiom Reading High School. 
Activities: Dean's List 3, 4; Footliall 2, 3, 4; ISIaroon Kev 2; Kappa 
, 2, 3. 



MARVIN J. REEBER. Psychology. 1'21 Center St., Holyoke. Born in 
1931 at New York, N. Y. Entered from Holvoke High School. Acliii- 
ties: Index '2, 3; Operetta Guild 3, 4; WMUA 1, 4; Flying Club 2; 
Hillel 1, 2; Chemistry Club 1; Pre-Med. Club 1; Alpha Epsilon Pi 
1, 2, 3, 4. 



NORMA ELLEX REGIS. "Norm." Bacteriology. 47 Eddy St., Fall 
Riyer. Born in 1032 at Fall Riyer. Entered from B.M.C. Durfee High 
School. Aclii'ilics: Class Ofticer3 (Secretary); Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Carniyal Ball Committee 4; Ring Committee 3; Spring Day Com- 
mittee 3; Bacteriology Club 3, 4 (Vice-President 3); Women's Ath- 
letic Association 1, 4; House Councillor 3; Chi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4 
(Pledge Treasurer 3, 4, Social and Ciyic Chairman 4). 



CAROLYN PAULING REID. Home Economics. 216 Village Aye., 
Dedham. Born in 1931 at Norwood. Entered from Dedham High 
School. Activities: Dean's List 2, 3; Roister Doisters 3; University 
Chorus 1; Outing Club 1, 2 (Secretary-Treasurer 2); Women's Fenc- 
ing Club 1 (President): Ed\vards Fellowship 3; Channing Club 4; 
Sophomore-Senior Hop Committee 2; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
W'omen's Atliletic Association 2, 3, 4. 



LOUISE E. RICE. "Lou." Mathematics. Apt. N-6, Federal Circle, 
Amherst. Born in 1929 at Albany, New York. Entered from Agawam 
High School. Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 4. 



THOMAS E. RICE. "Tom." Physics. Maple St., North Agawam. 
Born in 1927 at Springfield. Entered from Agawam High School. 
Activities: Dean's I,ist 1, 3. 



MYLES STANDISH RICHMOND. Animal Husbandry. Goshen, 
New Hampshire. Born in 1930 at Boston. Entered from Milton 
Academy. Judging Teams 3, 4; Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2, 3, 4 
(Secretary 3); Veterinary Science Club 1, 2; Little International 3, 4 
(Manager 4); Alpha Gamma Rho 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 4). 



WILBURT JAMES RICHTER. "Will." Psychology. 34 Hillside Aye., 
Bedford. Born in 1929 at Augusta, Georgia. Transferred from Emory 
Uniyersity. Activities: Academic Actiyities Board 3; Dean's List 2, 3; 
Collegian 3, 4; Quarterly 2; Chorale 2, 3, 4; Operetta Guild 2, 3, 4; 
Campus Varieties 4 (Composer, Director); Radio Club 2 (Classical 
Director). 





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PAUL EMORY RIKERT. "Chico." Mathematics. 9 Winchester Rd., 
East Northfield. Born in 1930 at Poughkeepsie, New York. Entered 
from Momit Hermon School for Boys. Activities: Mathematics Clul) 
3, i. 



JOHN H. RITTER. "Tex." Animal Husbandry. Greenwich Rd., Hard- 
wick. Born in 1931 at Hardwick. Entered FromMount Herraon School 
for Boys. Activities: Dean's List 2, 3; Judging Teams 3; Outing Club 1; 
Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Pledge 
Marshals). 



CHARLES FRANCIS RITZI. "Chuck." Wildlife Management. 
Brewer St., Northboro. Born in 1932 at Worcester. Entered from 
North High School. Activities: Dean's List 1, 2; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Lambda Chi Alpha 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 3). 



LINCOLN ADAMS ROBBINS. "Link." History. 140 Adams St., 
Braintree. Born in 1929 at Attleboro. Transferred from Northeastern 
LTniversity. Activities: Dean's List 3; Radio Club 3; International 
Relations Club 3, 4. 



HOWARD FRANCIS LEONARD ROCK. Botany. 65 W'atling St., 
Springfield. Born in 1926 at Springfield. Transferred from Hartwick 
College. Aclii'ities: Dean's List 3. 



FRANCES LONA ROGERS. "Franny." Home Economics. 2 Pine 
St., Paxton. Born in 1931 at Greenville, Maine. Entered from North 
High School. Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Index 2, 3; Home 
Economics Club 3; Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. 



ALBERT U. ROMASCO. History. 325 Fenn St., Pittsfield. Born in 
1930 at Pittsfield. Entered from Pittsfield High School. Activities: 
Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Index 3, 4 (Editor-in-Chief 4); Newman Club 
2, 3, 4; International Relations Club 3, 4 (Program Director 3, 
President 4) ; German Club 2, 3, 4. 



BERNARD RALPH ROMER. "Bunny." Industrial Engineering. 
44 Wilmington Ave., Dorchester. Born in 1931 at Boston. Transferred 
from Syracuse LTniversity. Activities: Alpha Epsilon Pi 2, 3, 4. 



DANIEL ROSENFIELD. "Danny." Food Technology. 183 Calleuder 
St., Dorchester. Born in 1932 at Philadelphia, Penn. Entered from 
Boston English High School. Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Com- 
monwealth Scholarship 3, 4; Collegian 2 (Assistant Circulation 
Manager); Food Technology Club 4 (Secretary); Institute of Food 
Technologists 4; Tau Epsilon Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



CATHERINE LILLIAN ROUILLARD. "Cathy." Elementary 
Education. 5 Grandview St., Chicopee. Born in 1931 at Chicopee. 
Entered from Holy Name High School. Activities: Newman Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; French Club 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 3, 4 (Secretary 3); Women's 
Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; Kappa Kappa Gamma 2, 3, 4 (Rush 
Chairman). 



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MARCIA CHASE ROUILLARD. Sociology. 4117 Prospect St., Nor- 
wood. Born in 1931 at Norwood. Entered from Norwood Senior 
High School. Actiriliex: Dean's List i, 3, 4: University Chorus 1; 
Student Christian .Vssociation 1, i, 3, 4: Edwards Fellowship 1, ',', 3, 
4 (Social Chairman -2, Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4); Malhematirs CInli 1; 
Sociology Clul) 3, 4; Christian Service Cluh 4; Women's .\thlelic 
Association J, 3, 4: Phi Delta Nu -i. 3, 4 (Historian ■>, Social Chairman 
3, Rush Chairman 4). 

ROBERT JAY RUBIN. "Bob. " Pre-Medical. 41 Hosmcr St.. Dor- 
chester. Born in 1!)3'2 at Bo,ston. Entered from Boston Kn^lish High 
School. Actii'iticf!: Dean's List 1; Collegian 1, '2, 3 (Sjxirts Editor 
3); Lndex 4 (Sports Editor 4); Hillel 1, '2, 3, 4: Pre-Med. CUih '2, 3, 
4: Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, i, 3, 4. 



ARLENE DORIS RUDMAN. "Tookie." English. Stratton Rd., 
AVilliamstown. Born in 1931 at Williamstown. Entered from Williams- 
town High School. Activities: Handbook Board '2, 3; Roister Doisters 
1: Carnival Committee 4; Sophomore-Senior Hop Committee '2; 
Spring Day Committee 3; Phi Delta Nu 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 4). 

W'ALTER LINVILLE RLTDY. "W'alt." Psychology. 75 Pine St., 
Florence. Born in 1930 at Northampton. Transfer from Franklin 
and ^L■irshall College. 



JE.\X C.\RLYLE RYDER. "Jeanie." Modern Languages. 54 Olive 
St., Methuen. Born in 1931 at Lawrence. Entered from Edward F. 
Searles High School. Actinties: Dean's List 1, -2, 3, 4; WMUA 1; Uni- 
versity Chorus 1; Chorale ■i, 3, 4; Operetta Guild i, 3, 4; Chaplain's 
Council 3, 4; Judson Fellowship 1, '2, 3, 4 (Secretary i, Vice-President 
3, President 4); Education Club 4; Sigma Kappa 2, 3, 4. 

ADELE DORIS SALTMAN. "Delly." Sociology, ii Babcock St., 
Brookline. Born in 193'2 at Boston. Entered from Brookline High 
School. Acfii'ities: Collegian 4: Index 1, '2, 4; Hillel 1, '2, 3, 4; French 
Club 1; Sociology Club 3, 4; Fencing Club 4; Interclass Plays 3, 4: 
Sigma Delta Tau 1, '2, 3, 4. 




SHELDON ARTHUR SALTMAN. "Shelly." Political Science. 12 
Winchester Rd., Newton. Born in 1931 at Boston. Transfer from 
Hobart College. Activities: International Relations Club 4; Intra- 
mural Athletics '2, 3, 4 (Co-Director); WMUA 3; Public Address— 
Football Games 3, 4; Small Schools Tourney 3, 4 (Master of Cere- 
monies 3, 4); Interfraternity Skits 3 (Master of Ceremonies); Rallies 
3, 4 (Chairman, Master of Ceremonies); "Bill Prevey Night" 3 
(Co-Chairman, Master of Ceremonies); Varsity "M" Club 4; Carnival 
Ball Committee 4; Sophomore-Senior Hop Committee '2; Spring 
Day Committee 3 (Chairman of Events); Campus Che.st Com- 
mittee -2; Basketball 2, 3; Flint Oratorical Contest 4 (Finalist); 
Freshman Basketball Coach 4; Alpha Epsilon Pi 2, 3, 4. 

JUDITH SANDERS. "Judy." Sociology. 80 Maiden St., Everett. 
Born in 1932 at Rochester, New Y'ork. Entered from Benjamin 
Franklin High School. Activities: Collegian 2, 4; Index 2, 4; Roister 
Doisters 1; Hillel 1, 2; Carnival Ball Committee 2; Carnival Commit- 
tee 1, 2; Sophomore-Senior Hop Committee 2; Horticulture Show 
3, 4; Sociology Club 3, 4 (Treasurer 4) ; Sigma Delta Tau 1, 2, 3, 4. 



BEVERLY C. SANFORD. "Bev." Home Economics. 645 Laurel St., 
Longmeadow. Born in 1931 at Lakewood, Ohio. Entered from 
Classical High School. Activities: Dean's List 3; Isogon 4; Roister 
Doisters 2; Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Carnival Ball 
Committee 1; Carnival Committee 2, 3, 4; Sophomore-Senior Hop 
Committee 2; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Athletic 
Association 1, 2, 3, 4 (All-State Bowling 2); House Counselor 3: 
Scrolls 2; French House 2; Kappa Alpha Theta 1, 2, 3, 4. 

FRANK SHALVEY SANTAMOUR, JR. "Sam." Forestry. 42 JofTre 
St., Lowell. Born in 1932 at Lowell. Entered from Lowell High 
School. Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Honors Work 4; Forestry 
Club 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 3, President 4). 




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WALTER H. SARGENT. "Walt." Forestry. 1 Arbutus Rd., Swarap- 
scott. Born in 1931 at Amesbury. Entered from Swampscott High 
School. Activities: Forestry Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 4); Freshman 
Cross Country 1; Varsity Cross Country ^2, 3. 



HERBERT FR.ANCIS SAUNDERS. "Herb." English. 2 Pauline St., 
Randolph. Born in 1931 at Boston. Entered from Stetson High 
School. Actiintien: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Maroon Key (Treasiu'er) ; 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Executive Committee; Mother's 
Day Committee 1; Senior Class Night 4; Spring Day Committee 
2; International Relations Club 2; Theta Chi 2, 3, 4 (President 3, 4). 



BAILEY RUTH SCHANBERG. "B.S." Sociology. 60 Hammond 
St., Clinton. Born in 1931 at Clinton. Entered from Clinton High 
School. Activities: Collegian 2; Index 4; University Chorus 1; Hillel 
1, 2, 3, 4; Sociology Club 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 3, 4; 
Fencing Club 4: House Counselor 3; Sponsor of Phi Delta Nu 3; 
Sigma Delta Tavi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 4). 



MARVIN S.\^U■E1, SCIUNDLKR. ' Marv." Modern Languages. 

Ids Mark St., Roxliurv. Born in 1932 at Boston. Entered from Boston 
I-aliii School. Acflntii's: Dean's l,ist 2, 3, 4; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; German 
Club 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 4); Tau Epsilon Phi 2, 3, 4 (Scribe 4). 




JOAN MARIE SCHNETZER. "Skinny." Sociology. 7 Daviston St., 
Springfield. Born in 1932 at Springfield. Entered from Classical High 
School. Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Handbook 
Board 2, 3; Index 3, 4; Roister Doisters 3, 4; Operetta Guild 2, 3, 4: 
Campus Varieties 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Carnival Ball Com- 
mittee 4; Sociology Club 3, 4; Home Economics Club 2; Psychology 
Club 4; Women's Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. 



DONALD FRANCIS SCHOFIELD. "Don." Electrical Engineering. 
2 Crown St., Clinton. Born in 1930 at Clinton. Entered from Clinton 
High School. Activities: Newman Club 1, 2, 3; Engineering Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; American Institute of Electrical Engineers 3, 4. 



.\RXnLD SAINIUEL SCHUTZBERG. "Amy." Civil Engineering. 
54 Fayette St.. Cainliridge. Born in 1927 at Cambridge. Transfer 
from Northeastern University. Actirilies: Dean's List 3; Engineering 
Honor Society 4; Hillel 3, 4; IZFA 3, 4; American Society of Civil 
Engineers 3, 4. 



ELMER ELLSWORTH SEAMAN. Psychology. Washington St., 
Sherborn. Born in 1931 at New York, New York. Entered from 
Framingham High School. Activities: Carnival Committee 4; Psy- 
chology Club 3, 4; Kappa Sigma 3, 4. 



HOBERT MIL'l'ON SEGAL. "Bob." Pre-Dental. 56 Park Vale Ave., 

.MIslciii. Born in l!):il at Boston. Entered from Boston English High 
ScIk.oI. Arlirilies: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Collegian 1; Handbook 
Board 3 (Business Editor); Index 1; Hillel 1, 2 (Treasurer 1); Pre- 
:Med. Club 1, 2; Tau Epsilon Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



I- REDERICK FRANKLIN SELFRIDGE. "Speed." History. Brook- 
side Rd., Nabnasset. Born in 1932 at Arlington. Entered from West- 
ford Academy. Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Honors Work 4; 
International Relations Club 3, 4; Education Club 3, 4; Zeta Zeta 
Zeta 3, 4. 



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PHYLLIS ELAINE SENXWBAlXill 'I'lnl ' IIoiuo Eioiuhuks (> 
Melvin Ave., Shrc\vsl>urv. Hmu in l')(l ,\t Woiiostii Ijitiml 
from Major Howard \V.' Boal Munoii.il IIif;li i^chuol litiiilii'. 
Dean's List '2, 3, 4; Index S, 4; Ruistci Doisttrs 1, 3, 4. Women s 
Glee Club 1; Operetta Guild '2, 3, 4, Campus Varieties 1, '2, 4, Intei- 
class Plays 1, '2, 3; College Pilgrim Fellowship 1, '2, Cainnal Com- 
mittee '2, 4; Chemistry Club 1; Home Ecoiiomus Club '2, 3, 4 

ROBERT ALBANI SERVAIS. "Bob." Industrial Administralion. 
SO .lewell St., ^lanshold. Born in ID'iS at Mansfield. Entered from 
MansfieUl High School. Actii'itles-: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Carnival 
Committee 4: iSlilitary Ball Committee 4; Spring Day Committee 3; 
Radio Club 1, '2; Mount Toby Recreation Project 3, 4 (Treasurer 3): 
Business Administration Club 1, '2; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Phi 
Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 4). 

EDWARD VALENTINE SEXTON. "Ed." Government. 39 Prospect 
St., Greenfield. Born in 1931 at North Arlington, N. J. Entered from 
Greenfield High School. Actirilies: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Mother's 
Day Committee 1; Varsity "M" Club '2, 3, 4; Maroon Key i; Swim- 
ming Team 1, '2, 3, 4; Phi Sigma Kappa 1, '2, 3, 4. 

BARBARA DOROTHY SHAPIRO. "Bobbie." Elementary Education. 
11 Taylor St., Sangns. Horn in 1931 at Bcston. Entered from Saugus 
High School. Activities: Dean'.s List 3, 4; Roister Doisters 2, 3; Oper- 
etta Guild 2, 3; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Play Committee 3; Home Eco- 
nomics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Education Club 3. 



ARNOLD HERBERT SHARROW. "Arnie." Mathematics. 11 Clark 
Ave., Chelsea. Born in 1931 at Boston. Entered from Chelsea High 
School. Activities: Fencing Club 1; Chess Club 2; WMUA 1, 2: 
Campus Varieties 4; Hillel 1,2; Mathematics Club 2,3,4 (Secretary- 
Treasurer); Pre-Med. Club 1, 2. 




JOHN HENRY SHATGHNESSY. "Tiger." General Business. Co- 
lumbus Ave., Ashland. Born in 1931 at Ashland. Entered from Ash- 
land High School. Activities: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Military Ball 
Committee 3, 4; Football 1; Ba.seball 1; Business Administration 
Club 4; Horticulture Show 3, 4. 



JOAN SHEEHAN. Mathematics. 358 Cedar St., New Bedford. Born in 
1931 at New Bedford. Entered from New Bedford High School. 
Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Concert Band 1 (Secretary); Marching 
Band 2, 3; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Carnival Committee 4; Mathe- 
matics Club 4; Education Club 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 
1, 2, 3, 4; Naiads 3, 4 (Director of Freshmen 4); Kappa Kappa Gam- 
ma 1, 2, 3, 4 l^^Activities Chairman 4). 

CHARLES .\DDISON SHIELDS, JR. "Charlie." English. 68 Arthur 
St., Methuen. Born in 1931 at Lawrence. Entered from Searlcs High 
School. Activities: Pistol Team 1; WMUA 2, 3; Index 2, 4; DeMola\- 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 4); Air Cadet Squadron 2, 3 (Advisor 3J; 
Military Ball Committee 3, 4; Zeta Zeta Zeta 3, 4. 








SUMNER ALLEN SHORE. "Sonny." Industrial Administration. 
57 Norwood Ave., Newton Centre. Born in 1932 at Boston. Entered 
from Brookline High School. Activities: Dean's List 2, 3; Index 3, 4 
(Advertising Manager 4); Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Day Committee 3; 
Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 3, Treasurer 4). 



HARRY HASLAM SHOREY. "Hal." Entomology. 308 Atlantic St., 
Quincy. Born in 1931 at Quincy. Entered from Quincy High School. 
Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Fernald Entomology Club 3, 4; Sigma 
Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4 (Comptroller 3, President 4). 




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ALAN LOWELL SHUMAN. "Shooms." Economies. 32 Hosmer St., 
Mattapan. Born in 1932 at Boston. Entered from Boston English 
High School. Activities: Adelphia 4; Collegian 2, 3, 4 (Advertising 
Manager 3, Business Manager 4); Index 3; Campus Varieties 3; 
Varsity Baseball Manager 3; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



VICTOmA JOAN SIKORA. "Vicki." Modern Languages. 37 Browns- 
ville Ave., Ipswich. Born in 1931 at Ipswich. Entered from Ipswich 
High School. Activities: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; 
Spanish Club 3, 4; Modern Dance Club 3; La Maison Francaise 3, 4 
(President 4); Education Club 3, 4; Kappa Kappa Gamma 3, 4. 



NORMAN WESLEY SILCOX. "Norm." Chemistry. 510 Varnum 
Ave., Lowell. Born in 1930 at Lowell. Transfer from Norwich Univer- 
sity. Activities: Inter-Greek Ball Committee 3; Chemistry Club 3, 4; 
Inter-Fraternity Council 3, 4; Phi Sigma Kappa 2, 3, 4 (President 4). 




ROBERT SKOLNICK. "Bob." Marketing. 81 Highland St., Revere. 
I?<ini ill 103(1 at Lynn. Transfer from Northeastern LTniversity. 
Arfirififs: Business Administration Club 4; Tau Epsilon Phi 3, 4 
(Executive Board 4). 



MARCIA CHILSON SMALL. Zoology. 227 Marcy St., Southbridge. 
Born in 1931 at Southbridge. Entered from Mary E. Wells High 
School. Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Honors Work 4; Handbook 
Board 1, 2, 3, 4 (Editor 3); Sophomore-Senior Hop Committee 2; 
Education Club 4; Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



CAROL SMITH. "Smitty." Mathematics. 22 Brookline Ave., Spring- 
field. Born in 1931 at Springfield. Entered from Classical High School. 
Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Scrolls 2; Isogon 4 (Vice-President); 
Index 2, 3, 4 (Associate Editor 4) ; Campus Varieties 3; World Student 
Service Fund 3 (Publicity Chairman); Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; Mathematics 
Club 2, 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 3, 4. 




CHRISTOPHER GORY SMITH. "Kit." Finance. 12 Merriam St., 
Grafton. Born in 1931 at Worcester. Entered from Grafton High 
School. Activities: Lacrosse 3, 4. 



LUTHER WILLIAM SMITH, JR. "Lute." Physics. 7 East Main 
St., Orange. Born in 1932 at Greenfield. Entered from Orange High 
School. Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Honors Work 4; Phi Kappa 
Phi 4: Chorale 1; Campus Varieties 4; Savoyards 3, 4; Mathematics 
Club 2. 



PATRICIA MARIE SMITH. "Pat." Home Economics. 20 Woodside 
Park, Winthrop. Born in 1931 at Boston. Entered from The Most 
Holy Redeemer High School. Activities: Dean's List 3; Roister 
Doisters 2, 4; Operetta Guild 2, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Carnival 
Committee 4; Home Economics Club 3, 4; Women's Athletic Associa- 
tion 1, 2, 3, 4; Naiads 1, 2. 



RONALD H. SMITH. "Smitty." Wildlife Management. 228 Pleasant 
St., East Longmeadow. Born in 1931 at Long Island, N. Y. Entered 
from Cathedral High School. Activities: Dean's List 2, 3; Camera 
Club 3; Rod and Gun Club 2, 3, 4. 



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JOHN SNIADO. Cliemical Engineering. Park Hill Road, Northampton. 
Born in 1930 at Nortliampton. Entered from East Hampton Higli. 
Activities: Quarterly Club 3; Chemieal Engineering Clul) I, '2, 3, 4; 
Basketball 1, '2, 3; Soccer 1 ; Tennis 1 ; Phi Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, +. 



PAUL JOHN SOBALA. "Sal.n." Psychology. '288 Newton St., Sonlli 
Hadley Falls. Born in 1!)3'2 at South Hadley Falls. Entered Ironi 
South Hadley Higli School. Actiitities: Psychology Cluh 3, 4 (Trea.s- 
urer 4); Chess Club 4 (Treasurer 4). 



DAVID LAWRENCE SOKOL. "Dave." History. 9() Wellington Hill 
St., Mattapan. Born in 1931 at Boston. Entered from Boston English 
High School. Actii'itie.i: Dean's List 1, -2, 3; Campus Varieties 1; Hillcl 
1, i, 3, 4; International Relations Club '2, 3, 4; German Club -2. 3. 



JOHN JOSEPH SOLTYS, JR. Chemical Engineering. 13 Union St. 
Holyoke. Born in 1931 at Holyoke. Transfer from Holyoke Junior 
College. Actii'itiex: Connecticut Valley Student Scientific Conference 
3, 4 (Campus Chairman 4); Collegian 4; WMUA 4: Operetta Guild 
3; Newman Club '2, 3, 4; Chemical Engineering Club 3, 4. 



NATE FRANCIS SONDRIXI. "Jack." French. ^21 Apremont St., 
Adams. Born in 19311 at I'ittstteld. Entered from Adams High School. 
Aclii-ifieti: Dean's List 3; French Club 1, '2, 3, 4. 



HERBERT ARNOLD SOSTEK. "Herb." Political Science. 193 
Pleasant St., Brookline. Born in 193'2 at Boston. Entered from Hun- 
tington Preparatory School. Activities: Collegian 1, 2; Index 2, 3, 4; 
Baseball 1, ^^ Track 1: Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; Mother's Day Committee 1; 
Sophomore-Senior Hop Committee '2; Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, '2, 3, 4. 



ROBERT WILLIAM SOUTHWORTH. "South." Zoology. 36 Pitts- 
field Ave., Pittsfield. Born in 1931 at Pittsfield. Entered from Pitts- 
field High School. Activities: Dean's List 1, '2, 3; Pre-Med. Club 1, 2, 
3,4. 



RICHARD PAUL SPENCER. "Dick." English. 30 Wellington St., 
Springfield. Born in 1931 at Springfield. Entered from Classical High 
School. Activities: Collegian 3, 4; Education Club 3, 4 (President 4); 
Football 1, 2; Lacrosse 3, 4; Kappa Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4 



JOAN K. STACK. Food Technology. 76 Chapel St., Northampton. 
Born in 193-2 at Northampton. Entered from St. Michael's High 
School. Activities: Dean's List 1, 3; Roister Doisters 2, 3; Horticulture 
Show Committee 4; Food Technology Club 3, 4, (Treasurer 4); 
Women's Athletic Association 3; Chi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4. 



ARTHUR ERICH STEIGLEDER. "Art." English. 4 Kirby St., 
South Dartmouth. Born in 1928 at Coxsackie, N. Y. Activities: Dean's 
List 1, 2, 3; Varsity Swimming Team 2, 3, 4; Lutheran Club 2, 3, 4 
(Vice-President, Secretary 4); Student Christian Association 2, 3, 4; 
Student Christian Association Cabinet 2, 3, 4. 




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HARVEY LEIGHTON STETSON. "Harv." Marketing. 37 Wiltshire 
Rd., Brighton. Born in 1931 at Roxbury. Entered from Boston 
English High School. Activities: Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Varsity 
Hockey 2; Swimming Instructor 2, 3; Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



ELIZABETH JOAN STILES. "Betty." Home Economics. Ferry St., 
Granby. Born in 1931 at Boston. Transferred from Nasson College. 
Activities: Operetta Guild 3, 4 (Executive Board 4); Home Eco- 
nomics Club 3, 4; Square Dauce Club 3, 4; Judson Fellowship 4. 



JOHN NORMAN ST. PIERRE. Mechanical Engineering. 132 Beaudry 
Ave., Fairview . Born in 1928 at Fairview. Transferred from Holyoke 
Junior College. Actirities: Newman Club 2; Mechanical Engineering 
Club 2, 3, 4; .\iHcriian Society of Automotive Engineers 4; American 
Society of Mech:nii<Ml Engineers 2, 3, 4. 



M. JOAN STRONACH. Home Economics. 18 Dickinson St., North- 
ampton. Born in 1932 at Worcester. Entered from Northampton 
High School. Activities: Operetta Guild 2; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Sophomore-Senior Hop Committee 2; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Kappa Kappa Gamma 1, 2, 3, 4 (Social Chairman 4). 



.lOHN D. C. STUART. "Joe." Accounting. Box 25, Still River. Born 
in 1931 at New York City, N. Y. Entered from Hudson High School. 
Artirilica: Interfraternity Council 2, 3, (Co-chairman Greek Week 3); 
DeMolay Club 1; Business Administration Club 4: Zeta Zeta Zeta 
1, 2, 3, 4 (Rush Chairman 2). 



JOHN M. SUCHOKI. Mechanical Engineering. Palmer Rd., Monsou. 
Born in 1930at Monson. Entered from Monson High School. Activities: 
American Society of Mechanical Engineers 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 4). 



FRANK MARTIN Sr(;.\RMAN. "Frankie." Modern Languages. 
17(i ll;ir\anl Si., Mal.lcii. Hdrii in 1930 at Maiden. Entered from 
Miil.leri High Sclioil. Artirities: Dean's List 3; Spanish Club 4; 
Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Steward 3). 



ELIZABETH SULLIVAN. "Betty." Chemistry. 54 California Ave., 
Springfield. Born in 1932 at Springfield. Entered from Springfield 
Technical High School. Activities: Dean's List 1, 3; Drill Team 3, 4; 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 3, 4; Women's .\thletic 
Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Chi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4. 



RUTH ELLEN SULLIVAN. Home Economics. South St., Belcher- 
town. Born in 1931 at Belcliertown. Entered from Belchertown 
High School. Artii<iti('s: Dean's List 1; Panhellenic 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 3, 
President 4); Clioir 3, 4; United ReHgious Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Sopho- 
more-Senior Hop Committee 2; Women's Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; 
Phi Delta Nu 2, 3, 4 (Founder). 



BARBARA JANE SUMMERS. "Bobby." English. 34 Adams St., 
Braintree. Born in 1930 at Houlton, Maine. Entered from Braintree 
High S<'hool. Aclirtties: Dean's List 1, 3; Index 3, 4; Roister Doisters 
2, 3, 4; OpereUa Guild 2, 3, 4: Campus Varieties 3, 4; Outing Club 2; 
luter-Class Plays 3, 4: Student Christian Association 4; Women's 
Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; Naiads 2, 3; Fencing Chili 2, 3 (Treasurer 
2, 3); Chi Omega 2, 3, 4. 



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JOHN JOSEPH SWANA. Eleclrical Kiigiiiooriiif,'. Pcrryvilk' IM., 
Dudley. Born in 1931 at Dudley. Entered fnnn Bartletl llisli Schudl, 
Aclivities: Dean's List i, 3; Newman Club t; Ameriian Institnk- cil' 
Electrical Engineering '2, 3, -1; Electrical Engineering Club ■■i, 3, 4; 
Intramural Athletic Council '2, 3. 



DOROTHY GAMANS SWIFT. "Dottie." Home Economics. !)s 
Florence St., Springfield. Born in WSi at Springfield. Entered from 
Classical High School. Aclivities: Academic .Activities Board 3; Dean's 
List 1, '2, 3; Honors Work 4: Chorale 1, -.'. 3. 4 (AssislaTit Manager 3, 
Manager 4); Operetta Guild 1, -I, 3, 4; Outing Club 1, ->, 3; Wesley 
Foundation 1, "i, 3, 4: Sophomore-Senior Hop Committee -i; Home 
Economics Club 1, '2, 3, 4. 



ANTHONY JOHN SZUREK, JR. "Tony." Physical Education. East 
Rd., Adams. Born in 1931 at Adams. Entered from Adams High 
School. Actifities: Dean's List 3; Campus Varieties 1; Football 1, '3, 
3, 4; Varsity "M" Club -2, 3, 4; Phi-Ed Club 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; 
Kappa Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. 



HARRIS MacDONALD TANNER. "Harry." Sociology. 304 Hill- 
.side Ave., Holyoke. Born in 1931 at Holyoke. Entered from Holynke 
High School. Acfiviliex: Dean's List '2, 3, 4; Alpha Phi Omega ii, 4; 
Education Club 3, 4; Sociology Club i, 3, 4; Recreation Planning 
Club 4. 



DAVID WILLIAM TARR. "Dave." Government. 80 West Emerson 
St., Melrose. Born in 1931 at Melrose. Entered from Melrose High 
School. Activities: Statesmen 1, '2, 3 (Director 3); Student Senate 1: 
Interfraternity Council Judiciary 2, 3, 4 (Vice-Justice 3, Chief 
Justice 4) ; International Relations Club 4. 



ALLAN FRAZER TAYLOR. "Bibs." English. 7 Alaric Terr., West 
Roxbury. Born in 1926 at Quincy. Transfer from Devens. Activities: 
Interfraternity Council 4; Senate 3; Radio Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Chief An- 
nouncer, Sports Director, Special Events); Devens Glee Club 1, 2; 
LTniversity Chowder and Marching Society 3; Amateur Radio Club 
1, 2, 3 (Secretary 2, 3) ; Men's .ludiciary 3; Sigma Phi Epsilon 3, 4. 



R-\YMOND FREDERICK TENNEY. "Ray." Electrical Engineering. 
384 Davis St., Greenfield. Born in 1931 at Brattleboro, Vermont. 
Entered from Greenfield High School. Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3; 
Phi Kappa Phi 4; Student Christian Association 3, 4; Chaplain's 
Council 3, 4; American Institute of Electrical Engineers 2, 3, 4 
(Chairman, Vice-Chairman); Upsilon Mu Epsilon 3, 4; Phi Sigma 
Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. 



ANDRE R. TETREAULT. "Andy." Geology. Blais Road, Warren. 
Born in 1928 at St. Hyacinthe, Canada. Entered from Warren High 
School. Activities: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Geology Club 3, 4 (Secre- 
tary 3); Sigma Gamma Epsilon 4; Q.T.V. 1, 2, 3, 4 (Chaplain). 



EDWARD JOSEPH THEROUX. "Ed." Electrical Engineering. 
9 Clinton Ave., Holyoke. Born in 1921 at Holyoke. Transfer from 
Holyoke Junior College. Activities: Radio Club 2, 3, 4. 



NORMAN G. THIBAULT. "Norm." Civil Engineering. 235 Gillette 
Ave., Springfield. Born in 1930 at Springfield. Transfer from Clarkson 
College of Technology. Activities: American Society Civil Engineers 
1, 2, 4; Military Drill Team 1, 2; Sigma Delta Fraternity 1, 2. 




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GEORCE W. TIIIMOT, JR. Mechanical Engineering. 117 Manning 
St., Hndscn. Burn in 1929 at Boston. Entered from Hud.son High 
School. Ai-lii'iliex: Dean's List i, 3; Engineering Honor Society 4; 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; American Society of Mechanical Engineers 
2, 3, 4 (Chairman 4); Society of Automotive Engineers 4. 



ROBERT P. THIMOT. "Bob." Mechanical Engineering. 117 Manning 
St., Hudson. Born in 1929 at Boston. Entered from Hudson High 
Schixil. Actirilies: Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Upsilon Mu Epsilon 3, 4 (Vice 
Pi'csident 4); American Society of Mechanical Engineers 1, 4; Society 
of .\utomotive Engineers 4. 



BRUCE LORREY THOMAS. Sociologj. 14 Cosby Ave., Amherst. 
Born in 1930 at Boston. Entered from Williston Academy. Activities: 
Student Christian Association 1, 2; S.C.A. Cabinet 2; Campus Chest 
2; Sociology Club 3, 4: Phi Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. 



R.WMOND SHOWMAN THORNDIKE. "Duke." Physics. 23 E. 
Highland .\\e., Melrose. Born in 1931 at Melrose. Entered from 
Mclnwc High School. Activities: Dean's List 1, 3; Student Christian 
.Vssociation 1; Chemistry Club 1; Mathematics Club 4. 



WERNER A. TIKKANEN. "Tikk." Civil Engineering. 149 Suomi 
Rd., (juiiicy. Bnni in 1026 at Quincy. Transfer from Devens. Activities: 
.\.S.('.E. Student ('lia])ter2, 3, 4 (Treasurers, Vice-President 4). 



MARK DAVID TITLEBAUM. Psychology. 81 Maple St., Roxbury. 
Born in 1932 at Boston. Entered from Boston Latin School. Activities: 
Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Honors Work 4; Collegian 1, 2: Hillel 1, 2; Psy- 
chology Club 3, 4 (President 4) ; Tau Epsilon Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



BARBARA LEE TOBIN. Sociology. 5 Wolcott Rd., Lynn. Born in 
1932 at Lynn. Entered from Lynn Classical High School. Activities: 
Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Index 1, 2, 3, 4; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; Carnival Ball 
Committee 4; Concert Association Committee 1; Sociology Club 3, 4 
Vice-President 3); Spanish Club 3, 4. 



ALBERT RITTKR POMI.IXSOX, JR. "Al." Accounting. Wales. 
Born ill 1931 at Kraniinghain. Kiitered from Mount Hermon School. 
Aclirilics: Student Christian .Vssociation 1; Military Ball Committee 
3, 4 (Tickets and Finance Chairman 4); Chess Club 1, 3, 4 (Vice- 
President 3, President 4): Education Club 3, 4; Sigma Phi Epsilon 
1, 2, 3, 4. 



EILLE1:N TONER. "Toni." Recreational Leadership. 27 Broad St., 
Naiitnckct. Born in 1931 at North Dighton. Entered from Nantucket 
High School. Activities: Panhellenic 3, 4; Women's Glee Club 2; New- 
man Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Carnival Committee 2, 4; Sophomore-Senior Hop 
Committee 2; Spring Day ("onnnittee 3; Women's Athletic Associa- 
tion 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 2); House Counselor 3; Education Club 3, 4; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 4). 



ll.\RI.i:S TAKT TOOKKR. "Took." Landscape Architecture. Rob- 
iiix.ii ltd., Littleton. Born in 1931 at Littleton. Entered from Littleton 
High Sclioiil. Aclinlies: Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Index 3, 4; University 
Chorus 1; Operetta Guild 3, 4; Landscape Architecture Club 2, 3, 4; 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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MARIE E. TORRES. Home Economics. 6'2 Cooley Ave., East Eoiif,'- 
meadow. Born in 1931 at Springfield. Entered from Teclmical High 
School. Actii'ities: Dean's List 3; Index 3, 4; Newman Clnb '•, 3, 4; 
Home Eoonomics Club 3, 4; Chi Omega 1, 'i, 3, 4. 



JOHN BHXINGS TUCKER. "Tuck." Economics. 1 South St., 
Marion. Born in 19311 at New Bedford. Transfer from Dartmouth 
College. Aclirilifs: Dean's List 3; Kappa Sigma 4 (Assistant Counse- 
lor 4). 



MELVIN J.VY TUCKER. "Mel." Histor.y.86 Sanderson St., Greenfield. 
Born in 1931 at Easthampton. Entered from Williston Academy. 
Activities: Dean's List 1, '2, 3; Roister Doisters 1, i, 3, 4; University 
Chorus 1, i; Operetta Guild 1, 3, 4; Soccer 1, 'i, 3, 4; Tennis 'i, 3, 4 
(Captain 4). 



PAMELA TUTTLE. "Pam." French. Hallett Rd., Chatham. Born 
in 193'2 at Barnstable. Entered from Chatham High School. Actiriiies: 
Index 'i; Student Christian Association 3, 4 (Chaplain's Council 3); 
Carnival Committee 4; French Club ^2, 3, 4; Spanish Cluli 3, 4; 
Women's Athletic Association 4; Kappa .\lpha Tlieta 1, 'i, 3, 4 
(President 4) . 



GEORGIE MAXINE TYLER. English. 113 High St., Pittsfield. Born 
in 19'26 at Albany, N. Y. Entered from Pittsfield High School. Activi- 
ties: Choir 1; Collegian 2, 4; Women's Glee Club 3; Concert Association 
3; Operetta Guild 3, 4; Phillips Brooks Club 1, 2; Student Christian 
Association 1; Quarterlv Club 1, 2; Naiads 2, 3; Campus Correspond- 
ent 3, 4; WMITA 3, 4; College Board— Mademoiselle 3; Pi Beta Phi 
1, 2, 3, 4. 



ANTHONY PAUL UMINA. Food Technology. 46 James St., West 
Newton. Born in 1930 at Newton. Entered from Newton High 
School. Activities: Dean's List 4; Collegian 2; Social Union Com- 
mittee 4; Food Technologv Club 3, 4. 



BARBARA ANNE URBANEK. "Barb." General Business. 23 Second 
St., Adams. Born in 1931 at Adams. Entered from Adams High 
School. Activities: Dean's List 1, 3; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Handbook 
Board 2; Operetta Guild 3, 4; Newman Club 4; Business Admini- 
stration Club 3, 4; Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Assistant Rush Captain 3). 



IVHLDRED VANDERPOL. "Millie." Chemistry. 757 Washington 
St., Fairhaven. Born in 1932 at South Weymouth. Entered from Fair- 
haven High School. Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Outing Club 1, 2, 
3, 4 (Treasurer 4); Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 4); Chap- 
lain's Council 3; Chemistry Club 3, 4 (Treasurer 4); Women's Ath- 
letic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Alpha Theta 1, 2, 3, 4. 



GEORGE MARSHALL VARTANIAN. "Gigi." Government. 91 Ar- 
Ungton St., Watertown. Born in 1930 at Watertown. Transfer from 
Northeastern Universitj'. Activities: Kappa Sigma 3, 4. 



HELEN CLAIRE VIERA. Marketing. Main St., Vineyard Haven. 
Born in 1932 at West Tisbury. Entered from Tisbury High School. 
Activities: Operetta Guild 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Varieties 1, 2, 3; Ski Club 
1, 2 (Treasurer 2); Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Athletic Asso- 
ciation 2, 3; Kappa Kappa Gamma 1, 2, 3, 4. 




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RICHARD JOSEPH VITALI. "Dick." Marketing. 62 Mercury Court, 
West Springfield. Born in 1931 at North Adams. Transfer from 
Holyoke Junior College. Activities: Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Business 
Administration Club 3, 4. 



CHARLOTTE Wn>MA VOLK. "Charl." French. 1340 River St., 
Hyde Park. Born in 1931 at Boston. Entered from Girls' Latin 
School. Activities: Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Index 3; Campus Varieties 3; 
Hillel 1, 2, 3; Spring Day Committee 3; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish 
Club 3, 4; Inter-Class Plays 3; Education Club 3. 



JAMES BURTON VREELAND.^ "Jim." Electrical Engineering. Sky- 
line Trail, Middlefield. Born in 1932 at Totowa Borough, New 
Jersey. Entered from Chester High School. Activities: Dean's I-ist 
1, 2, 3, 4; American Institute of Electrical Engineers 3, 4. 




SUMNER WAITZ. "Sonny." Bacteriology and Public Health. 24 
Grape St., Maiden. Born in 1931 at Maiden. Entered from Maiden 
High School. Activities: Dean's List 3; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; Public Health 
and Bacteriology Club 2, 3, 4; Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2, 3, 4 (House 
Manager 3; Steward 4; Sentinel 2). 



GILBERT PETER WALDBAUER. "Gil." Biological Field Studies. 
337 Benham Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. Born in 1928 at Bridgeport, 
Conn. Transfer from Columbia University. Activities: Dean's List 3; 
Alpha Phi Omega 3, 4 (Chairman, Projects Committee); Fernald 
Entomology Club 4; Nature Guide Association 3, 4; WMUA 3, 4 
(Production Manager 4). 



KENDALL JEROME WALSH. "Ken." English. 177 Sargeant St., 
Holyoke. Born in 1931 at Holyoke. Entered from Holyoke High 
School. Activities: Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Collegian 1, 2, 3, 4; Military 
Ball Committee 4 (Honorary Colonel Chairman); Phi Sigma Kappa 
2, 3, 4. 



HENRY JOHN WALTER. "Blitz." Agronomy. High St., Norwell. 
Born in 1930 at Norwell. Entered from Norwell High School. Activities: 
Carnival Ball Committee 3 (Co-Chaiiman); Carnival Committee 4 
(Chairman); Sophomore-Senior Hop Committee 2; Inter-Greek Ball 
Committee 3; Varsity "M" Club 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 3, Vice-President 4) ; 
Kappa Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4 (Steward 3, Social Chairman 3) . 



JOAN TERRY WALTERMIRE. Child Development. 17A Appleby 
Rd., Wellesley. Born in 1932 at Albany, New Y'ork. Entered from 
Jklelrose High School. Activities: Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Women's Glee 
Club 2 (Manager); Chorale 1; Operetta Guild 3, 4; Campus Varieties 
2; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Education Club 4; House Coun- 
selor 4; Kappa Kappa Gamma 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 3). 



DONALD MILTON WARE. "Don." History and Government. 32 Irv- 
ing St., Worcester. Born in 1929 at Syracuse, New York. Entered 
from North High School. Activities: Student Senate 3, 4; Lambda 
Chi Alpha 2, 3, 4. 



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BLANCHARD DOMINICK WARREN, JR., "Blanch." Marketing. 
High St., Medfield. Born in 1931 at Norwood. Entered from Medfield 
High School. Activities: Dean's List 3; Varsity "M" Club 2, 3,_ 4; 
Business Administration Club 3, 4 (Vice-President 4); Swimming 
2, 3, 4; Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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RAYMOND JOHN WATKOUA. I'ulilir lUallli. ;>;! "L" St., Tmiu-rs 
Fulls. Born in 19^!) at Tunirrs l-'alls. Tran.slViTcd t'n.ni Bi'idgcwaliT 
State Teachers College. Aclirilii's: Newman Chili I; Chcini.strv Cinli 
■-'; Psychology Cluh '>; Pnlilic Health aii.l Bacteriology Club 1; 
Inlranuiral Sports 3. 



ROBERT BARTON WEEDEN. •Bob." Wildlife Management. liH4 
Read St., Swansea. Born in Wili at Fall Ki\er. Entered from Somerset 
High School. Actirilies: Dean's List ^l, 3; llni\ersity Chorus 1; Wesley 
Foundation 1, i, 3, i (Treasurer 3, 4); Mt. Toby Recreation Project 
3, 4; Rod and Gun Club 1, ■i, 3, 4; Horticulture Show Student Council 
3,4. 



BENJAMIN H. WEINER. "Ben." Electrical Engineering. 10 Fay 
Ave., Peabody. Born in 19'2'2 at Boston. Entered from English High 
School. Activilie.'': Dean's List 1; Electrical Engineering Club 'i, 3, 4; 
Photography Club 3. 4; American Institute of Electrical Engi- 
neers 3, 4. 



BERNARD MITCHELL ^VEINSTEIN. "Bones." Public Health and 
Bacteriology. '20 Scafoam Ave., Winthrop. Born in 1931 at Winthrop. 
Entered fnmi Winthrop High Srhool. .(r//,//,V.v.- Dean's List 3; Hillel 
1, '2, 3, 4; Public Health and Bacteriulogv Club 3, 4; Swimming 1; 
Basketliall 3 (.ilanager) ; Tau Epsihm Phi 1, -2, 3, 4 (Scribe 3). 



LEWIS ELLIOT W^EINSTEIN. "Lew." Economics. 24 Concord Ave., 
Cambridge. Born in 193'2 at Boston. Entered from Brookline High 
School. Actiinties: Dean's List 1, 2; Economics Honor Society 3; Col- 
legian 1; Index 4; Freshman Rifle 1; AFROTC Rifle 1, 4; Rifle 
Team 4; Military Ball Committee 4; Chemistry Club 1; Fencing 
Club 1 (Treasurer): Camera Club 3, 4 (President 3); International 
Relations Club 3; Class Gift Committee 4. 




WALTER DONALD WEKSTEIN. "Wally." Political Science. 561 
Main St., Haverhill. Born in 1932 at Haverhill. Entered from Haver- 
hill High School. Artirities: Index 3; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; Carnival Ball 
Committee 4; Soccer 1; Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2, 3, 4 (House Manager 3, 
Alumni Secretary 4) . 



CLINTON CYRUS WELLS. "Clint, Cy." English Literatm-e. 31 
Homer St., Newton Centre. Born in 1932 at Boston. Entered from 
Newton High School. Actimties: Dean's List 3; Collegian 1, 2, 3; 
Flint Oratorical Contest 1; Carnival Ball Committee 3; Military 
Ball Committee 3, 4 (Publicity Chairman 3, General Chairman 4); 
Inter-Greek Ball Committee 3 (Publicity Chairman); WMUA 1, 2; 
Tau Epsilon Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



ROBERT EMERSON WELLS. "Bear." General Business. 16 Pilgrim 
Rd., Waban. Born in 1931 at Newton. Entered from Newton High 
School. Activities: Maroon Key 2; Interfraternity Comicil 2; Univer- 
sity Chorus 1; Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 3, 4). 



RALPH N0R:\IAN WHEELER, JR. Civil Engineering. 115 Mendon 
St., Hopedale. Born in 1931 at Sylva, North Carolina. Entered from 
Hopedale High School. Activities: Dean's List 2, 3; American Society 
of Civil Engineers 2, 3, 4; Inter-Class Athletic Board 3; Upsilon Mu 
Epsilon 3, 4 (Treasurer 3, President 4). 



ANNETTE T. WHITE. Medical Technology. 977 North Pleasant St., 
Amherst. Born in 1930 at W'altham. Entered from Waltham High 
School. Activities: Dean's List 2, 3; Roister Doisters 4; Campus Varie- 
ties 4; Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; S.C.A. Cabinet 3, 4; 
Chaplain's Council 3, 4; Bacteriology and Public Health Club 4; 
Women's Athletic Association 3, 4; Kappa Alpha Theta 1, 2, 3, 4 
(Recording Secretary 4) . 




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WILLIAM RICHARDSON WHITMORE. "Bill." Recreation Edu- 
cation. North SuTHliTliiTuI Ril., Sunderland. Born in 1930 at Green- 
field. Entered froTii Di'erlicld .\cademy. Activities: Alpha Phi Omega 
3, 4 (President M; .\(lel|)liia 3, i (President 4); Chorale 1; Outing 
Club 3, 4; Student Christian Association 3, 4; Nature Guide Asso- 
ciation '2, 3; <;iicss Club 1, i, 3, 4 (President 1, 2, 3, 4); Varsity "M" 
Club i, 3, 4 (Secretary 4); Square Dance Club 3, 4; Education Club 4; 
Mt. Toby Recreation Project 3, 4 (Chairman 3); Edwards Fellow- 
ship 4; Chaplain's Council 3, 4; Soccer 2; Lambda Chi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4. 

LORNA MARIE WILDON. Fine Arts. 823 Huntington Rd., East 
Lansiiif,', Mirhifian. Born in 1931 at Lansing, Michigan. Transfer 
from Michigim State College. Activities: Dean's List 3, 4; L^niversity 
Chorus 1: Chorale 1, 3, 4; Operetta Guild 1, 3, 4; Campus Varieties 
3, 4; Savoyards 1; Inter-Class Plays 3; Chi Omega 3, 4. 

HUNTINGTON WILLIAMS. "Hutch." Animal Husbandry. Sunset 
Drive, Glastonbury, Connecticut. Born in 1930 at Glastonbury, 
Ciiiniecticut. Entered from Glastonbury High School. Activities: 
.IndKini; Teams 4; Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 4); 
SiRma Alpha Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4. 

WARREN EARL WILSON. "Digger." Animal Husbandry. 6 Colony 
Rd., Lexington. Born in 1931 at Waltham. Entered from Lexington 
High School. Activities: Judging Teams 4; Varsity Rifle Team 2, 3; 
Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Gamma Rho 2, 3, 4 (Chap- 
lain 4). 



ALAN RICHARD WINTERHALTER. "Tink." Industrial Engineer- 
ing. Ashland, Mass. Born in 1931 at Framingham. Entered from 
Ashland High School. Activities: American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers 3, 4; Theta Chi 2, 3, 4. 



LESTER KENNETH WISHNET. "Skee." Government. 52 Cove 
Rd., South Dartmouth. Born in 1930 at New Bedford. Entered from 
New Bedford High School. Activities: Dean's List 2, 3; Military Ball 
Committee 3; International Relations Club 2, 3. 



MARLENE WOLK. "Marl." Modern Languages. 81 Westbourne 
Terr., Brookline. Born in 1931 at Brookline. Entered from Brookline 
High School. Activities: Dean's List 2, 3; Index 3, 4; Roister Doisters 
1; Campus Varieties 1, 2, 3; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4 (Presi- 
dent 3, Publicity Chairman 4); Operetta Guild 4; WMUA 1. 



CHARLOrrE DAVIS WRIGHT. "Sally." Chemistry. 61 Olive St., 
Northampton. Born in 1931 at Northampton. Entered from North- 
ampton School for Girls. Activities: Band 1; Chorale 2; Operetta 
Guild 2; Carnival Committee 2; Campus Chest 1, 2. 




LESTER M. WYMAN, JR. "Les." Ornamental Horticulture. Apt. 
J-3, Hampshire House, Amherst. Born in 1927 at Brockton. Entered 
from Rockland High School. Activities: Dean's List 2, 3; Horticulture 
Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Floriculture Club 1; Landscape Architecture Club 
1, 2, 3, 4. 



. „. ,.»..»•-... " English. 493 Auburn St., Auburndale. 

1930 at Newton. Transferred from Boston University. 
:; Dean's List 3; University Chorus 3; Wesley Foundation 3. 



PATRICIA J. WYMAN 
Born in 

Activities 



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ISQOUHI YEGHOI.VN. Mathematics. -2!) Grove St., Haverhill. Bom 
in 193'J at Ha\-erhill. Entered from Haverhill High School. Aiiirities: 
Dean's List '2, 3: Handbook Board 3; Index 4; Student Christian 
Association •2, 4; Mathematics Chili 1, '2, 3, 4; Education Club 3, 4; 
Chi Omega '2, 3, 4. 



ELI MYRON YOI'NG. "Cy." Food Technology. 840 Humphrey St., 
Swampscott. Born in 1!)31 at Chelsea. Entered from Boston Latin 
School. Actirilii\s: Dean's List 3; Kood Technology Club 3, 4; Base- 
ball 1; Alpha Epsilon Pi 1. 2, 3, 4 (Steward 4). 



NAOMI ZELLMAN. "Nicky." French. Si Marshland St., Haverhill. 
Born in 193'2 at Haverhill. Entered from Haverhill High School. 
Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Campus Varieties 3; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; 
French Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Publicitv Chairman 3); Education Club 3, 4; 
Sigma Delta Tau 1, 2, 3, 4. 




Also Graduating 



ROBERT AKERSON. 

FREDERICK CHICK. 

HUGH CORR. Civil Engineering. 12 Cedar Ave., 
West Springfield. Born in 1931 at Springfield. 
Entered from West Springfield. Activities: New- 
man Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Civil Engineering Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; Kappa Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. 

MARIA DAVENPORT. Mathematics. 105 Me- 
chanic St., Shelburne Falls. Born in 1931 at 
Greenfield. Entered from Arms Academy. Activi- 
;!'e«.-Dean'sList 1,2, 3, 4. 

ROBERT DeSIMONE. 43 Clifton Ave.,. Spring- 
field. Born in 1931 at Springfield. Entered from 
Classical High. 

DUNCAN ELLIOT. 

FERNALD FITZPATRICK. 

THOMAS G.\TELY. 

WALTER GE( )FFRION. 

ROBERT WESLEY GRAYSON. "Bob." Political 
Science. Bank St., Harwich Port. Born in 1932 at 
Attleboro. Entered from Mt. Hermon Prep. 
Actimties: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Honors W'ork 
3, 4; Callendar Coordinating Committee 2, 3; 
Varsity "M" Club 2, 3, 4; Chadbourn President 
1; Mills President 2; Senate 3; Index 3; Outing 
Club 1; Carnival Committee 3; Spring Day 
Committee 2; International Relations Club 1; 
■W.M.U.A. 2: Lambda Chi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4 (Rush 
Chairman2, 3:I.F.C. 2, 3). 



HERMAN HALEY. 

ALBERT LIST. 

STACEY LOGAN. 

GILBERT LOPES. "Gil." Zoology. 55 Potomska 

St., New Bedford. Born in 1924 at New Bedford. 

Transfer from Devens. 
RENE LUCIER. 
TONY MASUCK. 
ROBERT McCAIG. 

JOHN McLaughlin. 

FERNANDO MONTIERO. 

ROBERT MULV.\NEY. Economics. 9 Church St., 
W'are. Born in 1927 at Ware. Entered from Ware 
High School. Actiritie.s: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Lamlxla Chi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4. 

HARRY NIMS. 

LORRAINE KEANE SANDERSON. 

RICHARD STURTEVANT. 

EDWARD UPHAM. Olericulture. Apt. lA, Hamp- 
shire House. Born in 1919 at Concord, N. H. 
Entered from Worcester Academy. Activities: 
Dean's List 4. 

ELLIS VANDERPYL. 

ANGELO VINZI. 

ROBERT WALDRON. 



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In Memoriam 




CAROLE ANDERSON 



January IJ4., 1932 
September 27, 1952 



UNDERCLASSMEN 




Juniors 




JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

urns, MacLeod. Lucier, Hefferan 



Junior year — the year of the 
great decision. No more required- 
for-everyone courses; now only 
those suggested by the individual 
departments. The catch: to pick a 
major field and be satisfied the 
first time. Freshman and sopho- 
more courses ai-e considered in the 

das>^ of "51^, "Suppressed Desires'" 




light of potential majors as the 
choice is made. Then, no longer 
merely a face in a crowded lecture 
hall, the junior is guided through 
the intricacies of his department. 
Its faculty members gradually be- 




278 



come his friends and his advisor 
inquires from time to time alwut 
his academic standing. 

^Yith his major decided upon, 
the junior begins to look beyond 
graduation. What field to enter? 
Doors to industry, government 
and teaching can all be opened 
with a B.A. or a B.S. Encourage- 
ment is sought and often found in 
placement office interviews: con- 
tinue in your major and hope for 
the best. 

Indecision may color his aca- 
demic life, but is not carried over 
into social activities. Members of 
the junior class direct campus 
organizations with a professional 



Vote early and often 








ease developed by past experience 
in clubs and on publications. An 
interest in any of these groups may 
expose a vocational potentiality 




and they strive to make the most 
of it. 

Group meetings and discussions 
present an opportunity to test 
ideas old and new; the ideas they 
brought to college and the ones 
they got at college are constantly 
evaluated. The professors' dicta 
are no longer accepted at face 
value; some independent thinking 
is done and is cherished as much 
for the freedom of expression as 
for the new ideas expressed. 



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During this third 3^ear spent in 
an isolated college town, the world, 
which is all too often ignored in 
the classroom, sometimes intrudes 
rather forcefully. This living in two 
worlds presents its special pro- 
blems, and the Sunday Times, a 
substantial link with the outside 
world, assumes monstrous propor- 



tions whether or not it is required 
reading for a history course. And 
what does American Prose Fiction 
have to do with this morning's 
draft notice? The reconciliation is 
often difficult, and sometimes 
seems impossible, but mere "mud- 
dling through" may have dire 
consecjuences. 




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riie pause that refreshc 



The junior's vaunted self-assur- 
ance is often no more than famili- 
arity with patterns of classes and 
activities which begin to take on 
an air of deadly routine. The 
campus is home and the family 



domicile has become a synonym 
for vacation. Everything has been 
done and seen. The juniors long 
for release from college and its 
restrictions and then* wish is only 
a year away from reality. 



Artist at work 




JUNIORS 



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Adams, Phyllis D. 

94 Bay State Rd., Mcthucn 
\dams, Shirley J. 

261 High St., Dalton 
Akers, Jeanctte N. 

222 So. Grove Ave., Oak Park. III. 
.Aldrich, Harrison 

Fitch Pond Rd., Sterling 
Alger. Carolyn C. 

10 Southwick St., Middleboro 
Allaire, Ruth A. 

13 Pleasant St., Onset 
Allen, Naney J. 

327 Middle St., Braintree 

icetown 
Andersen. Phyllis L. 

10 Glen St., Holyoke 
Anderson. Walter A. 

39 Marland Rd., Worcester 
Andrews. Richard C. 

Wire Village, Spencer 
.\ngelini. Pio 

212 Topsfield Rd., Wenham 
Antiles. Leonard 

21 Mayo St., Springfield 
Appel, Gerald R. 

47 Almont St., Mattapan 
Arnold, Joyce A. 

25 Larkspur St,, Springfield 
Arsenault, Robert D. 

213 Lincoln St., Newton Highlands 
Arthur. Joan L. 

16 Constant Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. 
Ash, Lawrence R. 

19 Hancock St , Northampton 
Ashe, Thonaas J., Jr. 

25S5 Boston Rd., Wilhraham 
Atsalis, Russell C. 

302 Ocean St., Hyannis 
Atwell, Gerrv C. 

Nixon Rd., "Marlboro 
Atwood, William M. 

Tihonet Rd., Wareham 
Austin, William F. 

Bondsville Rd., Three Rivers 
Aversano, Philip M. 

R.F.D. 412, Foxboro 
Avery, Edward P. 

219 Lincoln Ave., Amherst 
Ayers, .Andrew A. 

1704 Main St., Athol 
Ayers. Paul L. 

2.5 Glendel Terr., Springfield 
Baer, Arlene F. 

65 Ple.lsant St.. Woburn 
Bailey, Francis B. 

59 Boardman St., Newburyport 




Baker, David B. 

lOH Granite St., Methuen 
Baldwin. Helen J. 

39 Talcott Ave., Springfield 
Bamel, Herbert R. 

144 Geneva Ave., Dorchester 
Barnard, Joyce 

47 Holton St., Medtord 
Barr, Donald W. 

37 Ascadilla Rd., Worcester 



Barry, Shirley A. 

45 Harrison Ave., Gr. 



Bartholomew. Barbara J. 

King St., Norfolk 
Bartlett, Frank D.. Jr. 

23 Pond St., Sharon 



Bass. Ma 



1 A. 



295 Linden St„ Pittsfield 
Batchelder. Arthur R. 

39 Cedar St., Haverhill 
Bates, Mary E. 

5 Sbellton Rd., Quincy 
Bayon, Barbara L. 

45 Pleasant St., Holyoke 
Beals, Richard W. 

67 Weston St., Brockton 
Bean, Barbara E. 

Rte 5, Box 628, Dartmouth 
Bedrosian, Narakian 

31 Lawrence St., Milford 
Bedrosian, Magar 

31 Lawrence St , Milford 
Beiman, Elaine G. 

90 Clapp St., Milton 
Belkin. Herbert E. 

24 Mermaid Ave., Winthrop 
Bell, Donald M. 

East Pleasant St., .\raherst 
Bell, Donald W. 

244 0.ak St., Indian Orchard 
Bellows, Richard S. 

49 Florentine Gardens, Springfield 
Bemis. Dorothy B. 

Bemis Farms, Spencer 
Benet. Lorenzo P. 

16 Maple Circle, Marblehead 
Berger, Arthur A. 

2 Devon St.. Roxbury 
Berlin, Laurence 

37 Park Vale Ave., Allston 
Berretta, Robert E. 

56 Lafayette St., Randolph 
Bertrand, Brian P. 

2006 Northampton St.. Holyoke 
Berube. Loretta M. 

9 Knight Ave., Easthampton 
Bestgen. John G., Jr. 

Sea St., Dennisport 
Bevilaqua, John J., Jr. 

154 East St., N. Attleboro 
Bianchi, Regina V. 

11 Goodrich Ct.. Milford 
Bicknel, Ralph J. 

Pleasant St., Groton 
Binder, Pearl E. 

35 William St., Pittsfield 
Binsky. Barbara 

21 Olmsted Dr., Springfield 
Bissell, Meredith C. 

West Groton 
Black, Donald M. 

94 Silver St., Greenfield 
Itlackmer. Raymond F. 

11 Union St.,'N. Brookfield 
Itlackwell, Jane E. 

109 Linden St.. Pittsfield 



Blais, Donald F. 

780 Providence St., W, Warwick. R.I. 
Blanchard, David E. 

Thompson St., Middleboro 
Boeske, Sara A. 

47 Taylor Rd,, Maynard 
Bogni, Joseph A. 

5 Wayland St„ Dorchester 
Boisselle, Joseph F. 

22 Artisan St.. Willimansett 
Bonney, Richard E. 

268 Lexington St.. Aubnrndale 
Bovarnick, David S. 

SO Hutchings St.. Roxbury 
Bovenzi, Frank G. 

14 Hale St., Leominster 
Bragiel, Eugene F. 

11 Cushman St., Monson 
Brandt. Herbert J. 

35 24th Ave., Flushing. N. Y. 
Brasells. George O. 

207 Gulf Rd., S. Dartmouth 
Breault, Helen 

16 Elm St., Milford 
Breene, Victor M. 

299 Bay St., Taunton 
Brennan. Robert J., Jr. 

101 Strong Ave.. Pittsfield 
Bresnick, AUan J. 

143 Lucerne St.. Boston 
Brewton, Patricia M. 

175 Oak St.. Holyoke 
Bridges, Colton H. 

32 South St., Gr.afton 
Brothers. Jeannot L. 

4 Francis Ave., Great Barrington 
Broude. Lila 

181 Harvard St.. Brookline 
Brown, Charles A. 

687 Stony Hill Rd., Wilbraham 
Brown, Gordon T. 

45 Kirtland St.. Lynn 
Brown. Marguerite A. 

143 Bradford St.. Pittsfield 
Brox, Janet K. 

49 Hillside Ave., Lawrence 
Brunetti, Dante T. 

43-08 25 Ave., Long Island City. N.Y. 
Buckley, James F. 

317 Tremont St.. Newton 
Buczala, George S. 

West Farms, Northampton 
Burlingame, Clement L. 

16 Vassar St., Worcester 
Burne. Philip J. 

208 Main St., W. Chelmsford 
Burns, Charles J, 

27 Alderman St., Hol,voke 
Burns, Ruth E. 

18 Emerson St., Belmont 
BurreH, Ann-Marie 

41 Washington St., Mcdford 
Bushey, Margot L. 

259 Osborne Terr., Springfield 
Butler, Richard W. 

146 School St.. Whitman 
Byer, Michael D. 

11 Main St.. Millers Falls 
CafTery Elizabeth A. 

124 Fuhrman Ave.. Ramsey, N. J, 
Campbell, Constance 

Milk St.. Westboro 



Campbell. Leonard S. 

R.F.D. No. 2, Ware 
Carey, Janice E. 

171 No. Elm St.. Northampton 
Carey. Rael.ne S. 

20N M.,nla).'ii.> ltd.. N. Amherst 
Carey. Uirliard 1». 

208 Moiilague lid., N. Amherst 



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Cariffiian, Richard D. 

3S() Union St.. New Bi-dfonl 
Carlson, Thomas H. 

Whitney St.. Northboro 
Caniov. Oavld G. 

Green Hill Pnrk. Worcester 
Carroll. William .\. 

,i7 Willow St., Wolluston 
Cascv. John M. 

79 Grandview .\ve., Worcester 
Cavana^h. Vnn M. 

44 Uii.-I SI.. I'illshekl 
Chai.iL>er>. Anllioiiy G. 

ITtW We.^1 St.. Mansfield 
Chandler, Gladys A. 

Rockland Heishts, Northampton 
Chapla, David T. 

IIS'2 Montgomery bt., niUimanse 
Chapman, Ann 

Main St.. Vineyard Haven 
Chaudhrv. Mohamad S. 

Lyallpur. Pakistan 
Cheater, Donald J. 

7 Brown's Ave., Lynn 
Childs, Harry E. 

26 Norfolk Ave., N 
Chiveney, John J. 

13 Mattson .\ve., Worcester 
Chua, Edison 

29 Wiggins St., Princeton, N. J. 

Chua, Jonathan 

29 Wiggins St., Princeton, >. J. 
Clancey, Ethel M. 

60 Abbott St., Springfield 
Clark, Mary B. 

S6 Avon St., Lawrence 
Clard. Nancy A. 

7 Atwood Rd., ^\ orcester 
Cogan, Harold L. 

7 Hillside St.. Frammgham 
Cohen, Joseph W. 

48 Babcock St., Brookline 
CoUagan, Robert B. 

61 Glover Ave., N. Quincy 
Conceison, Edward E. 

25 Mechanic St., N. Easton 
Conroy, Frances M. 

Division St., Great Bat 
Copeland, Avery C. 

67 Pine St., Leicester 
Corcoran, Martin F. 

2 Woodward Park, Dorchester 

Cormier, Donald R. 

63 Willard Ave.. Springfield 
Costello, Philip D. 

44 Edwards Rd., Watertown 
Costello, Richard J. 

29 Pembroke St., Spnngheld 
Craig. Edward. Jr. 

Circuit. Box S4, W. Hanover 
Crepeau, Jane \. 

Federal St., Greenfield 
Crooks, George C. , „ , , 

Slurbridge Rd., Brookfield 
Crooks. Shirley M. 

Lake St.. Bellingham 
CroweU, Natalie A. 

78 Greenwood St., Marlboro 
CroweU, William H. 

45 Sesuit Ave., E. Dennis 
Crudden, Mary J. 

15 Westbourne St., W. Roxbury 
Curran, Robert G. 

136 Crescent St., Northampton 
Daignault. Patricia E. 

977 North St., Pittsfield 
Dalrymple, Donald \. 

16 Pine Ridge Rd.. Arlington 
Caly, Francis J. 

19 Miissasoit PI., Springfield 
Danitis, Janet 
GilbertviUe 



■ Falls 



l-alU 



ngton 



Davcn|>ort. Jane C. 

31 Maple St.. Shelburiu 
Davenporl. Itnth S. 

105 Mechanic St.. Shell 
Davis, Frank E., Jr. 

Gl Harding St.. West Newton 
Davis. John F. 

IBS Granite Ave, Milton 

Davis, Milford E. 

1790 Farm Inc.. R.F.D., .Unison 

Davis, Richard A. 

Elm St., Franklin 
Davis, Stephen 

1 1S5 Park Ave., New York, N. \ . 
Deans. Robert H. 

124 Armandine St., Dorchester 
DcCellc, Paul A. 

18 School St.. Ware 
Delahunt, John K. 

(>2 Kirkland Rd., Weymouth 
DcLand, Robert W. 

52 French Dr., Lake Thompson, 
Palmer 
DcMcUo, George 

(« Presidential Hgts., New Bedfor 
Dennis, Howard A. 

71 Middlesex Ave.. Swampscott 
DeSando, Richard J. 

61 Pilling St.. Haverhill 
Devaney, James J. 

552 Mill St., Worcester 
Dewar. Susan M. 

66 Bancroft Park, Hopedale 
Dickinson, Allan W. 

47 Bristol St., fepnngheld 
Dill, Robert A. 

47 Cedar St., Springfield 
Dillon, John J. 

71 Waldo St., Holyoke 
Dimock, Margery I. 

Charlton St., Oxford 
DiNardo, Anthony J. 

15 Summer St.. Milford 
DiVincenzo, Paul P. 

30 Home St., Beverly 
Donega, Helen M. 

64 Richmond Ave., North Adam 
Donovan, Louise K. 

560 Andover St., Lawrence 
Dort, Charles W. 

2 Magnolia Ave., Magnolia 
Draco. Ronald J. 

72 Avenue A, Turners Falls 
Drewes, Gerald C. 

33 Peekskill Ave., Springfield 
Drexel, Nancy R. 

106 West St., Easthampton 
Ducharme. Claire P. 

35 North East St., Holyoke 
Dudek, William E. 

862 Lebanon Hill, Southbndgc 
Dudevoir, Arthur E. 

553 Coggeshall St., No. Bedford 
Dunphy, Glenn R. 

44Tanal St., S. Hadley Falls 
DuVernois, Francis A. 

50 East St., Dalton 
Dzialo, Fred J. _,, . „ „ 

37 .Lackson St., Chlcopee Falls 
Early, Annette M. 

102 Beacon Ave., Holyoke 



Elliot. Louise R. „^ , . 

Washington Mt. Rd., Washington 

FUliott, Barbara J. 

24 Leicester Rd., Belmont 
Elliott, Susan H. 

1016 No. Country Club Dr., Schen 
tady, N, Y. 
Ellsworth, Samuel M. 

82 Harrison St., Northampton 




English, Ann C. 

94 Allerton St., Plymouth 
F.nnis. Theresa M. 

308 No. Pleasant St., Amhers 
Equi, Robert J. 

115 Chapin St.. Springfield 
Ericsson, Donald S. 

Center St., Segreganset 
Evensen, Janet M. 

Hubbardston St.. Templelon 
Everett, Marilyn S. 

195 Spring St., Florence 
Faberman, Paul F. 

36 Spencer St., Dorchester 
Falconieri, Louis 

44 Vine St., Middleboro 
Farrell, Francis J. 

238 Second St., Pittsfield 
Feingold, Saul F. 

332 Main St., Worcester 
Feldberg, Charles 

11 Abbot St., Dorchester 
Felton, Marion J. 

17 Third St., Pittsfield 
Ferguson, Donald D. 

37 Swan Ave., S. Weymouth 
Ferry, Abigalc J. 

527 Main St., Agawam 
Field, Janet M. 

236 Webster St., Worcester 
Field. Robert G. 

Walnut St., Berlin 
Figgie. Peter 

II Victoria Pk., Chicopee F." 
Filiault, Edward A. 

21 Meadow St.. North Adan 
Finan, Richard M. 

25 Everett St., Concord 
Fink, Leon G, 

73 Wyeth St., Maiden 
Findelstein, Alvin R. 

64 Rockland St., Springfield 
Finkelstein, Ruth P. 

III Walnut Ave.. Revere 
Finnick. Lois F. 

127 Cross St.. Belmont 
Fish. St.plui. W. 

43 (•hur<h St.. Westboro 
Fishboin, Elliott B. 

128 Brockton Ave., Haverhi 
Fiske. Carolyn C. 

43 Hailes Hill Rd., Swansea 
Flaherty, Edmund D. 

7 Norfolk Rd., Randolph 
Flaherty, Jean F. 

7 Norfolk Rd., Randolph 
Flanagan, John K. 

46 Ringgold St., Springfield 




Fleming. James J. 

47 Vernon SI., Holyoke 
Flyiin. John C. 

9 Brae Burn Rd., S. DeerBeld 
Fogelgren, Arthur R. 

7S Boyd St., Newton 
Foley. Peter H., Jr. 

176 Clinton St., New Bedford 
Fortanas. John E. 

2402 Glebe .\ve., Bronx, N. Y. 
Foster, Barbara 

113 Taunton Ave., Norton 
Fox, Bruce R. 

6 Shailer St., Brooklinc 
Francis, Donald S. 

4S Worcester St., Taunton 
Freeman. Anne M. 

26 Madison Ave., Wakefield 
French. Lois M. 

56 Munroe St., Belmont 
French, Patricia 

98 Derry Rd., Hudson, N. H. 
Frenette, Henry N., Jr. 

11 Calumet Rd., Holyoke 
Friedman. Burton S. 

207 Chestnut St., Chelsea 
Gaetz. Charles J. 

28 South St.. Leominster 
Gajewski. Walter 

29 Berkshire St., Ludlow 
Galat, Edmund J. 

2.38 Lyman St., Holyoke 
GaUoway, Fred W. 

36 Parmelee Ave., Fairlawn 
Garnett. Raymond L. 

664 Burncoat St., Worcester 
Garvey, Margaret A. 

260 Northampton Rd., Amherst 
Gates, Barbara J. 

22 Elm St.. Abington 
Gates. Gertrude E. 

Hill Rd., Roxborough, P.O.W. Acto 
Gay, Patricia A. 

34 Pocahontas St., Walpole 
Geissler, Arthur. Jr. 

50 St. Agayha Rd., Milton 
George. Donald B., Jr. 

64 Mill St., Springfield 
Gerson, Dorothy J. 

39 Schuyler St., Roxbury 
Gibbons, Robert B. 

238 Walnut St., Holyoke 
Cibbs, Katherine E. 

25 W. Glen St., Holyoke 
Gifford, Walter S. 

1150 Phoenix .\ve., Schenectady, 
N. Y. 
Gilman, Constance 

Groton Shirley Rd., Groton 



Glaser, Marvin H. 

37 Earl St., Maiden 
Glidden, Marion J. 

Winter St., Barre 
Glinka, Louis R. 

30 Orchard PI., Chicopee 
Globus, Laurel L. 

87 Mason St., Rehoboth 
Goddard. George B. 

541 Eliot St., Milton 
Goldberg, Morton H. 

27 Dawson St., Springfield 
Goldman, Gerald S. 

38 Kirkwood Rd., Brighton 
Gomez. Janet G. 

19 Grove St., Spencer 
Good, Allen H. 

43 Ledgelawn Ave., Lexington 
Goretsky, Anita L. 

1417 Beacon St., Brookline 
Gorshel. Sherman P. 

415 Salem St., Maiden 
Goyette, Francis H. 

34 Lakewood St., Worcester 
Gralenski, Nicholas M. 

65 Northfield Rd., Millers Falls 
Grandone, Frank F. 

164 South St., Southbridge 
Green, Paul F. 

33 Elberon Ave., Pittsfield 
Greenberg, Sheldon 

7 Conz St., Northampton 
Grentzenberg, Mary-Louise 

2.86 Central St., Auburndale 
Grimaldi, Marino J. 

48 Cherry St., Northampton 
Guarnotta. Joseph E. 

41 Rangeley Rd.. Arlington 
Gulski, Mary L. 

54 Park St., N. Attleboro 
Gurwitz, Norma 

1 15 Providence St., Worcester 
1 E. 
, N( 
Guyer, Patricia A. 

58 Rockland St., Springfield 
Guyette, Randolph B. 

16 Hatfield St., Northampton 
Hadley, Frank B. 

540 Weetamoc St., Fall River 
Haeseler, Carol W. 

51 Arlington St., Northampton 
Haggerty, Robert L. 

13S West St., Northampton 
Hall, Clifton E. 

148 Sumner St., Newton Centre 
HaU, Donald G. 

34 Searle Rd., South Hadley 
Banna, George D. 

37 Isabella St., Melrose 
Hanrahan, Richard B. 

26 Fruwirth Ave., Feeding Hills 
Hardy, Thomas E. 

13 Cross St., Westboro 
Hargrove, Theodore L. 

70 Grand View .\ve., Worcester 
Harper, Virginia 

4 School St., Westboro 
Harrington. Charles T. 

3743 Riverside .\ve., Somerset 
Harrington. E%<'lvn G. 

28 Day St., Whitman 
Hartigan, Hope C. 

124 Edgell St., Gardner 
Hartman, Mary J. 

37 Cosby Ave., Amherst 
Hartwell, Jean L. 

239 Prospect St., Boston 
Hartwell, Robert E. 

R.F.D., Charlemont 
Hastings, Shirley A. 

438 Clapboardtree St., Wcstwoo. 

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Hawson, Hubert F. 

6 Summit .\ve., Bronxville, N. Y. 
Haydon, Randall B. 

43 Hedge St., Fairhaven 
Hayward, Julius H. 

170 Bridge St., E. Bridgewater 
Hefferan, Dorothy M. 

32 Lydon St., Norwood 
Heidrich. Robert A. 

211 So. Pleasant St., .\mherst 



Henrickson, Robert W. 

5 Berkman St., Worcester 
Henriques, Basilio, Jr. 

101 Woodlawn Ave., Pittsfield 
Hergenrother, Karl M. 

14'Holden Rd., W. Newton 
Herzoz, Barbara \. 

36 State Rd., N. Dartmouth 
Hession, Beverly J. 

2725 S. Walter Reed Dr., Arlington 
Va. 
Hildcbrandt, Robert L. 

45 Dana St., Amherst 
Hobart, John L. 

Newton Rd., Littleton 
Holmes, Stephanie 

91 Harvard Ave., Brookline 
Holt, Carol L. 

118 Winter St., Whitman 
Hopkins. Stephen A. 

Hopkins Lane, Orleans 
Houde, Henry L. 

133 Waterford St., Gardner 
Houston, David R. 

Flanders Rd., Westboro 
Howe, Betty L. 

Lowell Rd., Concord 
Hughes. John P. 

53 Exeter St.. Lawrence 
Hulsman. Robert B. 

284 Woburn St., Reading 
Hultman, Carl P. 

304 Everett St., Norwood 
Humphriss, W. Dale 

26 High St., Easthampton 
Hunt. Paula 

211 Park St., Stoneham 
Huntley, .41mer M., Jr. 

Glendale Rd., Easthampton 
Hurst, Samuel E., Jr. 

27 Hampden St., Holyoke 
Ireland. Janet S. 

16 Raymond Ave., Shrewsbury 



.Tamrok, Dorothy A. 

27 Lexington St., South Hadley 
Janiszewski, Theodore 

39 Plateau Ave., W. Springfield 
Jeffreys, Joanne M. 

Maple St., Brookfield 
Jennings. Lendon R. 

19 Taft Ave., Haverhill 
Jennings. Morgan E., Jr. 

105 High St., Needham Heights 

Jewell, Norma L. 

22 Crosby St., Webster 
Johnson, Theodore C. 

461 Granby Rd., South Hadley 1 



Joucs, Richard A. 

2IS South Rd., Oriuij-c 
Jordan, David M. 

30 Harvard St., Spriiigticid 
Judson, Gwendolyn II. 

3G Harvard St., Springadd 
Kagan, Hcxbcrt M. 

30 Glcason St., Dorchester 
Karis, Stephen 

0-11 C:irew St., Springfield 
Karlolskv. Mvin 

1 10 I'iMvi.l,!,,,- St.. Worcester 
KarUu. William M. 

60 (Ireliiinl St., Swampscott 
Katz, .\. Rita 

34 Edgewood St.. Roxbur.v 
Katz, Jane C. 

13 Walnut St., Glen Cove. Long 
Island, N. Y. 
Kanfman, Norman B. 

301 Jlason St., Brookline 
Kearns, Jean A. 

S06 Broadway St., Fall River 
Keavy, Paul S. 

33 North St., Hyannis 



Keefe, Helen C- 

44 Renter Ave., Pittsfield 
Kelleher, Dorothy A. 

12 Swan St., So. Weymouth 
Kelly, Ann M. 

96 Wentworth Ave., Lowell 
Kelly, Ronald E. 

30 Marlboro St., Waltham 
Kennedy, Edward M., Jr. 

53 Hitchcock St., Holyoke 
Kettell. Joan E. 

62 Tilden Rd., Scituate 
Kimball. Martha 

Newtown Rd., Littleton 
King, Reynold T. 

57 Herschel St., Lynn 
Kinsley, Dorothy J. 

64 Higgins Rd.. Framingham 
Kirchner, John P. 

10.5 Cromwell Ave., PittsSeld 
Kirkitelos, Andrew A. 

67 Cass St.. Springfield 
Knapp, Henry A. 

45 Norwell Rd., Dedham 
Knapton, John D. 

74 Glendalc Rd., Quincy 
Knepper, Donald Y. 

44 Somerset St., Worcester 
Koehler, Carlton S. 

Taylor St., Granby 
Kramer, Bennett L. 

11 Roston St., Dorchester 



Krikorian. Diana 

9S Hampshire Rd„ Methuen 
LaUy. Edward M. 

42,S Maple St.. Holyoke 
Langewav, Hosea W. 

Vergennes, Vt. 
Langheld, Paul H. 

1174 St. James Ave., Springfield 
LaPinsky, Joan A. 

Park St., Housatonic 



LaPosta, Franeis M. 

485 Beech St., Holyoke 
Lappin, Myron E. 

44 Starbind St., Maiden 
Lapton, Stephen T. 

65 Sterling St., Springfield 
Latour, Robert N. 

3 Montrose St., Worcester 



Lcsko, Edgar J. 

371 Bridge St., Northampton 
L'Esperance, Robert W. 

14 Grant St., South Hadley 
Lesser, Addison 

60 Botsford Rd., Chestnut Hill 
Lctourneau. Raymond A. 

10 Robeson St., Now Bedford 
LeVangie, Joyce M. 

40 Weston Ave., Braintree 
Leverone, Charles E. 

15 Pleasant St., Arlington 
Licbman, Burton R. 

6 Lane Park, Brighton 
Lincoln, .\rthur C. 

11 Hill St, Thorndike 
Liner, Rose 

994 High St., Fall River 
Lively, Lorraine R. 
Griswoldville 



Lombard, William D. 

262 Kings Highway, W. Springfield 
Lovejoy, Alfred P., Jr. 

32 Fairfield St., Pittsfield 
Lucier, Joseph L. 

25 Munroe St., Northampton, 
Ludwig, Harry M,, Jr. 

305 Sargeant St., Holyoke 
Luippold, Henry E. 

27 Averton St., Roslindale 
Lupien, Elizabeth A. 

182 Prospect St., Gardner 
Lynch, Ann-Marie 

124 Mass.ichusetts Ave., Springfield 
Lynch, William D. 

22 West Center St., Florence 
MacDonald, Claire M. 

32 Park Rd., Belmont 
Mackba, MareeUe J. 

15 Hillock St., Roslindale 
MacKenzie, Hugh R. 

64 Carlisle St., Springfield 
MacLauchlin. Robert K. 

14 Pilgrim Ave., Fairbaven 
MacLefid. John M. 

46 Independence Ave., Quincy 
Mahoney, William E. 

423 Allen St., Springfield 
Maliff, Robert F. 

190 Main St., .N^ Easton 
Manning, John E. 

15 Norman Rd., Quincy 
Mansfield. Patricia M. 

41 So. High St., Bondsville 
Mapes, Marta 

608 Bridge St., N. Weymouth 
Marcotte, Wayne W. 

53 Canal St., South Hadley Falls 
Markett, Walter F. 

lis Union St., Westfield 
Marr. George, Jr. 

7S1 North St., Pittsfield 
Marsh, Herbert V., Jr. 

Pantry Rd., Hatfield 
Marshall, Louis H., Jr. 

Main St., E. Falmouth 
Martin, Judith A. 

626 Grove St., Framingham 
Marx, John V. 

61 Easthampton Rd., Holyoke 
Mason, Earl A. 

295 S. Main St., Mansfield 
McAllister, Lawrence E. 

12 Central St., Turners Falls 



McCarthv, riuiries D. 

l.-il Miiiii SI,. Hudson 
McCurlln. KliAubeth C. 

151 Main SI.. Hudson 
McCarlhy, Marv J. 

154 Main St., Hudson 
McCarlhy. Philip R., Jr. 

103 Massasr.il St., Springfield 
Mc(;ill, Lucille (). (Mrs.) 

37 Sprini; SI., .\n.herst 
Mclnerni^. Francis P. 

71 l.auil.Sl., S,.uth Hadley Falls 
McLauuliMii. I'.dwardR. 

liO Wau.liakuui St., Framingham 
McLellen. E. Jean 

1833 Hyde Park Ave.. Readville 
McMahon, Robert P. 

53 Albert St.. Agawam 
McMullin, George L. 

52 Gannett Rd., Quincy 
McNiff, Frank L. 

R.F.D. 1, Amherst 
McNulty, Robert J. 

59 Middlesex Ave., Reading 
Meier. Adolplius G., Jr. 

40,s Tux.-.l.. St., Webster Groves, Mo. 
Mellor. li.ed P. 

53 Liberty St., South Acton 
Mennard, Barbara A. 

7 Church St., S. Barre 
Merrill, Virginia W. 

Box 95, Falmouth 
Merritt, Cyril M. 

29 Cascade Rd., Worcester 
Miller, Ellen M. 

176 Seaver St., Roxbury 
Miller, John P. 

101 King St., Reading 
Miller, Richard L. 

Calkins Rd., Palmer 
Mitchell, Shirley B. 

121 Meadow St., N. Amherst 
Mokrzecki, Peter P. 

272 River Dr., N. Hadley 
Montague, Ruth E. 

Chesterfield Rd.. Westhampton 
Montgomery, Nancy J. 

53 Waverly St., Pittsfield 
Moodie, Colin L. 

127 W'inton St.. Springfield 
Morgan, Vance N. 

315 Broadway, Methuen 



Moriarty, Mary-Lou 

304 Summer St., New Bedfopd 
Morse, Cynthia M. 

17 Lloyd St., Winchester 




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Mo 

Mortberg. Richard E. 

34 Brown St., Springfield 
Mortin, F. Joan 

Treasure Cove, Wellfleet 
Mosjchuk, Henry 

36 Whiting St., Lynn 
Motte, Nancy J. 

156 Oakdale Ave., Dedham 
Mullins, Barbara A. 

92 High St.. Turners Falls 
Mullins, Edgar J.. Jr. 

92 High St.. Turners Falls 
Munch. Bcttv M. 

132 Bridge St., Shelburne F." 
Murachver, Edward S. 

S5 Francis St., Everett 
Murdcck, Jean M. 

3 Moreland Rd„ Quincy 
Murray, Bernard A. 

37 Marietta St.. North Adai 
Murray. John W. 

66 Warwick Rd., Melrose 
Nason. Benjamin W. 
168 Main St., Foxboro 



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Fairha^ 
ard H. 



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O'Dav, Edward J. 

19 \o. Main St., W. Brookfield 
O'Donnell. John J. 

169 Allyn St.. Holyoke 
O'Hare, Joseph P. 

1.54 Walnut St.. Holyoke 
Okun. Martha 

S49 Dickinson St., Springfield 
Oleson, Edith A. 

62 No. Prospect St., Amherst 
Orff, Kenneth R. 

1.53 Essex St., Saugus 
Ormrod. Donald R. 

102 MillbrookSt.. Worcester 
PachecD, .\nthony L. 

9 Cleveland St., S, Dartmouth 
Packard. Lav 

Goshen 




Parmelee. Julia M. 

1S5 Elm St., Woodstown, N. J. 
Parry, Edward J. 

1S7 W. Park St.. Lee 
Parsons. Virpinia 

R.F.n,. XorllKimpton 
Pasl.ris. John J. 

124 Melville Si.. Springfield 
Patch, Kathleen 

11 Masonic Ave., Shelburne Fal 
Patterson, Richard S. 

23 Van Vcchten St., Waltham 
Pearse. Donald A. 

1.5S W. W.voming Ave., Melrose 
Pearson. Irving T. 

3 Ockway St., Worcester 
Peck, Joyce A. 

Winter St., Barre 
Pedigree, Robert D. 

136 High St., Greenfield 
Perkins, Richard R. 

174 School St., Winchendon 
Perrin, Frank S. 

63 Water St., Westboro 
Perrino, Joan M. 

Bruce Rd„ Littleton 
Perrozzi. Joseph R. 

10 Observatory Ave., Haverhill 
Petersen, Joanne M. 

159 Sohier St., Cohassct 
Petersen, John T. 

SO Brow Ave., S. Braintree 
Petruzella. James 

123 Danforth Ave., Pittsfield 



Phillips. Robert A. 

6 Granite Rd., Saugus 
Pjcard, Eugene D. 

25 Church St.. Spencer 
Pierce, Edward R. 

Bay Rd., St. Stephen, N. B., Ca 
Pierce, Leonard A. 

Wenham St., Carver 
Pierce, Marion S. 

Hollis St., Groton 
Pignatiello. Joseph L, 

7 Ellsmere St., Worcester 
Platsis, Christine 

,50 Franklin St.. Haverhill 
IMourde. Joseph P. E. 

(Ill Willi. Tl.er SI,, Marlboro 
Podle^ncN, Francis A. 

412 Main St., S. Deerfield 
Pollack, Robert 

32 Columbus Ave., Hol.voke 
Pond, Nancy G. 

15 Leonard St., .\gawam 
Potts, William M. 

71 So. Park Ave, Longmeadow 
Powers. Joseph A. 

156 Benedict Rd.. Pittsfield 
Praetz. Helen M. 

101 Knox St., Lawrence 

"Ingaldsby", Georgetown 

Dudley Rd„ S.' Sudbury 
Proctor, Barbara A. 

7 Orchard St., Northampton 
Puddington. Paul I. 

6114 High SI.. Hanson 
Pvwell. Koli.rl E. 

'12(1 Burget Ave.. Medlord 



Raymond, Paul R. 

25 Vermont Ave., Dra< 
Redman, Charles E. 

49 Oak St., Mansfield 
Reeves, Charles F. 

411 Lake Ave., Worces 
Resnick, Herman H. 

102 Watts St., Chelsea 



Richards, Elbert L. 

91 Lyman St., South Hadley 
Riley, Harold D. 

62 East Main St., Gloucester 



Roberts, Jane C. 

King St., Groveland 
Robinson, Janet M. 

Pleasant St., Mendon 
Robinson, Phvllis 

S Starkey Ave., Attleboro 
Rodman, Morris R. 

200 Mountain St., Sharon 
Rogers, Joseph R. 

Strong St., Amherst 
Root. Stephen L. 

51 No. Main St., W. Hartford, Conn. 
Rosa. Robert E. 

45 Pond St., Westwood 
Rosen, Marvin 

235 Freeman St., Brookline 
Ross, Beverly 

7 Richmond Rd., Natiek 
Boss. Donald E., Jr. 

44 N. Pleasant St., Amherst 



Ruder, Priscilla C. 

54 Smell St., Amherst 
Rugani, Barbara R. 

37 Girard Ave., Springfield 
Russell, Robert H. 

059 Southbridge St„ Worcester 
Russell, WiUiam M. 

South St., Belchertown 
Ryan. Barbara A, 

22 Curtis Terr., Pittsfield 
St. Germain. .Ubert R. 

19 Colburn St., Waltham 
SaKini, PhyUis A. 

Prospect Terr., Chester 
Sargent, Joyce 

Old A,ver Rd., Groton 
Saulnier, John R. 

209 Ash St., Reading 
Saunders, Marie E. 

P.O. Box 67, GriswoldviUe 
Saydlowski, Bernard K. 

389 No. Pleasant St., North,!Hatfield 
Sazama. Dorothy A. 

North Rd., Hampden 
Schindler, Marvin S. 

108 Maple SI,. Roxbury 
Scuderi. <"armelo J. 

1S9 Hancock St., Springfield 
Segal, David P. 

298 Waltham St., W, Newton 
Seidman, Hermia I. 

128 Commonwealth Ave,, Springfield 
Shannon. John D. 

141 Massachusetts Ave., Springfield 
Shaw. Donald G. 

133 Maiden St.. Worcester 
Shaw. Nathan R. 

130 Hillside Rd., Franklin 



286 



Shradcr, WiUiam K. 

15 Douse Rd., Quincy 
Silvn. Joyce A. 

46 Edwards St., Springfield 
Silverman, Richard D. 

SB Aiiduhon St.. Newton 



Skihl^ki. .|..l,i. F. 

Kli/.ilull. K.H-k, Xorthnmplon 
Skilliiig, Dorothy L. 

21)1 So. Franklin St., Holbrook 
Slovin, Gilbert M. 

29 Bridgeport St.. \Yorceslor 
Smith., Joy \. 

108 Central Ave.. Maiden 
Smith. Potrr W. 

2-.M Worresl.T St., N. Grafton 



Smola, Chester L. 

75 North St., Three Rivers 
Soutier. Harold H. 

72 Renter Ave., Pittsfield 
Sowvrda, Sophia 

GS"West Grove St., Middlebo 
Spat, WiUiam C. 

Millers Falls Rd., Millers Fal 
Spooner, Sheila S. 

93 Oak St., Natick 
Stamatopulos, James 

109 Wells St., Greenfield 
Stebbins. Kolaiid F. 

4 Ander.son Ave., Hol.voke 
Steere. Robert E., Jr. 

Chapachet, R. I. 
Stelluto, Michael R. 

ICS Central St., Leominster 
Stephan. Pauline H. 

52 Prescott St.. Reading 
Stephens. William C. 

07 No. Union St., Arlington 
Sterman. Diane M. 

9 Seward Ave., Beverly 
Stevens, Herbert C. 

Main St., Charlton 
Stewart, Virginia M. 

5 Woodknd Rd., Ashland 
Stiles, Edwin H. 

Nutter Rd., N. Reading 
Stiles. Ruth B. 

Box 230, R.F.D., Bolton 
Stocki, Robert E. 

4 Prospect Ave., Greenfield 
Stone, Evelyn \. 

38 Oakwood Ave., Auburn 



Stotz. John C. 

132 L St., Turners Falls 
Street, Oswald C. 

New Boston Rd., Dennis 
Stromgren, Richard L. 

College Highway, Southwick 
Strother, Margaret J. 

45 Pro.spect St., Windsor, Con) 
Stutzman, Guv G. 

17 Cosby Ave', Amherst 
Sukackas, Ruth J. 

4:3-A Bennington St., Lawrenci 
Sullivan, Edward D. 

75 Hillside St., Lawrence 
Sullivan, Philip J. 

Pleasant St., Groton 
Suvalle, Audrey F. 

19 Owen St.. Mattapan 
Sweeney, William A. 

62 Chatham Rd., Longmeadow 



Swcnson, Edwurd A. 

19 Adams St., Wilmington 
Szozcbak, Connie M. 

126 Fort Pleasant Ave.. Springfield 
Taft, Milton C. 

Oak St., U.\bridge 
Tappan, Peter C. 

S Connnt St., Beverly 
Tatham, David F. 

479 Chestnut St., Lynn 
Tatirosinn. Jack 

SI Pilling St., Haverhill 
Tattlcbnum. Paula 

10 Wilmington Ave., Dorchester 
Taubner. Janice R. 

12 Birch St.. Clinton 
Terry, Vincent G. 

15 Princeton .\ve., Beverly 
Tete, Elinor M. 

4 Darling St., Nantvicket 
Tetreault, .\nore I. 

Blair Rd., Warren 
Tilton, Charles W. 

63 Elm St., S. Dartmouth 
Tober, Gerald II. 

95 Warren Terr., Longmeadow 
Tompkins, Fred W. 

Pleasant St., S. Natick 
Tonks, Jean A. 

3 Copcland Ave., Reading 
Towers, Herbert G. 

24 Wareland Rd., Wellesley Hills 
Townsend, Frank J. 

301 E.ast St., E. Walpole 
Trull, June B. 

56 Ruggles St., Westboro 
Turner, Pauline E. 

640 Prospect St., Methuen 
Tuttle. Robert B. 

Southbridge Rd., Warren 
Underbill, Barbara A. 

63 Washington Ave., Needham 
Valeri, Richard P. 

21 Graham St., Leominster 
Venning, Robert X. 

144 W. Broadway, Gardner 
Vest, Suzanne G. 

No. Whitney St., Amherst 
Viale, Marcia A. 

19 Lenox Ave., Pittsfield 
Viliesis, Vitie G. 

37 King St., W. H.anovcr 
Waddington, Barbara .4. 

15 Summer St., N. Amherst 
Wadsworth, David H. 

43 Tower Lane, Cohasset 
Wakefield, Marcia E. 

7S Wyola Rd., Swansea 
Walker, Merrill B., Jr. 

Tobe.v Lane, Mattapoisett 
Walker, Raymond H., Jr. 

59 Van Horn St., W. Springfield 
Walker, Robert W. 

192 Taylor St., Quincy 
Warner, Allen O. 

Mountain St., Haydenville 
Warren, Francis W., Jr. 

Crescent St., Stow 
Warren, George T. 

Walnut St., N. Brookfield 
Warren, Marcia 

High St., Medfield 
Watson, Clinton E. 

73 Central Ave., Medford 
Watts, James R. 

135 Cottage St., Amherst 
Webber, Peter J. 

Main St., Rutland 
Weeks, Carolyn F. 

69 Tower St., Methuen 



287 




Weissbro.1. Elinor J. 

1 Bright wouil Ave., Holyoke 
Welleltc. William 

262 Hancock St., Springfield 
Werbner, Marcia L. 

20 Harlem St., Dorchester 
Weston, Kenneth G. 

Wheeler, Duane E. 

96 North St., Middleboro 
White, Edwin F. 

Box 475, Mt. Hermon 
White. Margaret A. 

Main St. Stockbridge 
White, Marjorie E. 

388 Pierce St., Leominster 
Whitmore, William R. 

North Sunderland Rd., Sunde 
Whittemore, Joel T. 

1 East St., Stoneham 
Whittcn, Jean K. 

10 Mt. Vernon St., Reading 
Wich, Kenneth F., Jr. 

287 Dewey Ave., Pittsfield 
Wilkinson Jane A. 

188 Menio St., Brockton 
Williams, Salle P. 

5 Farmer St., Nantucket 
Wilson, Edward S. 

17 Haynes Ct., Leominster 
Wilson, Martha E. 

Main St., Townsend 
Winston. John H. 

33 Perkins St., Stoneham 
Wofford, John W. 

10 Everett St., Filchburg 
Wolf, Martin P. 

1447 Blue Hill Ave, Mattapai 
Wolpcrt. Lionel 

806 Sumner Ave., Springfield 
Wood, Alayne J. 

Church St., Stockbridge 
Wood. Elizabeth M. 

96 Kings Highway, W. Spring 
Woodman. Elisabeth A. 

No. Main St., Oxford 
Woodward. Betty M. 

6 Reland St., Middleboro 
Woolf, Richard C. 

S62 Pleasant St., Worcester 
Wrightson, Joan M. 

ITA Marshall St., Turners Fa 
Yarrows, Leonard A. 

24 West St.. Hadlev 
Yesair. David W. 

84 Main St., Byfield 
Young. Barbara K. 

Cottage St.. Belcherlown 
Zarrella. Rita J. 

41 Forest Ave., Brockton 
Zulalian, Bernard L. 

15 Templeton Pkwv., Waterto 



Sophomores 




SOPllOMOKE CLASS OFFICERS 
xjngmore. Conroy, Reagan, Mitchell 



Pleasantly suspended between 
the uncertainty of freshman days, 
and the junior hazard of choosing 
a major, the sophomores return in 
September with the campus at 
their feet. They greet everyone of 
last year's acquaintances and de- 
mand a complete account of the 
svnnmer — jobs, dates and sun- 




burns. They patiently guide the 
freshmen through their first week 
of college life; then their attention 
is taken up by familiar studies and 
extracurricular acti viti es . 

Poised and self-assured this sec- 




ond year, the sophomores ask only 
that their required courses be not 
too duU. The intricacies of registra- 
tion have been mastered; the sophs 
know what courses to choose and 
how to be rid of the undesirable 
ones. They gratefully accept three 
cuts per course, then plot to get 
extras from their Saturday English 
profs. Some succeed, others over- 
cut; let the Dean's office worry 
about it. In the meantime, they 
range the campus, consciously or 
unconsciously looking for new val- 
ues to exchange for the old. Cam- 
pus activities, personalities and 

Planning board 




studies occupy their attention in 
turn and are thoroughly scrutin- 
ized and evaluated. 

But tradition also plays a part 
in their search for new experiences. 
They take charge of the Christmas 
Carol Sing and the Soph-Senior 




They're lovely, they're engaged, they use grease paint 

Hop as the second-year class peren- 
nially does, as much for the sake 
of activity as to prove that they 
can do things better. 

This is also the great year for 
extracurricular activities. A posi- 
tion as Collegian reporter is bal- 
anced against participation on a 
Winter Carnival Committee. But 
the interest engendered by putting 
out a publication, or playing with 
a band, often wins out over paren- 
tal queries as to the meaning of a 
conspicuously low grade. 



289 



On May the fourth of last year 
an all-campus Women's Convoca- 
tion was held. At that time 
outstanding women on campus 
were recognized for their services. 
At this convocation fifteen fresh- 
man women were tapped for Scrolls, 
the Sophomore Women's Honorary 
Society which recognizes leader- 
ship, scholarship, service, and per- 
sonality. The purpose of this or- 
ganization is to help acquaint the 
frosh women with college life and 
help fvn-ther better relationships 
among classes. 

Prior to initiation the group 
officially organized with the elec- 
tion of its officers. They elected 
Annette Beaupre, president; Cecile 



O'Donnell, vice-president; and 
Alberta Primo, secretary -treasurer. 

In September the Scrolls re- 
turned early to attend the leaders' 
conference and complete plans for 
Freshman Week. The biggest task 
ahead was welcoming the frosh 
women to our campus. The Scrolls 
worked with the Maroon Key in 
planning and sponsoring the Fresh- 
man Play Day, Picnic, and Square 
Dance. 

In addition to the previously 
mentioned activities, the Scrolls 
helped the prospective freshmen to 
become accjuainted with our Uni- 
versity through tours of the cam- 
pus. Several times throughout the 
year the Scrolls helped Isogon 
with their activities. 



Back Row: Wliittemore, Haenisch, Tuttlc. Blakeney, Manley, Campbell 

Front Row: Kallgrcn, Coiiroy, Premo. Beaupre, O'Donnell, Lecinar, Tibbals, Muprhy 




SCROLLS 



'■Z\)0 




Back Rom: IIoln 
Front Row: Scai 



er, Quieley, Sli 
afoni. McGrath. Co' 



, Cramer, Pelosky, London, Reagan 
o, Mr. Ricci. Crory, Miller, Macphe 



Klingler 
, Cooper 



At the end of their first year at 
the University twenty freshman 
men were tapped for membership 
in the INIaroon Key for their leader- 
ship and service. The chief aim of 
this organization is to promote 
good sportsmanship and school 
spirit both on the athletic field 
and in school activities. 

High on the list of activities of 
the Maroon Key was acting as 
host to visiting athletic teams. 
The group also worked with the 
Scrolls to plan and sponsor Fresh- 
man Week, which began with the 
annual Freshman Play Day, Pic- 
nic, and Square Dance. During 
their first weeks at school the 



frosh men were given instructions 
on the traditions and customs of 
the University. The Maroon Key 
also helped the freshmen through 
the headaches of registration. Cli- 
maxing the freshman activities 
was the annual rope pull. 

This year the Key made plans 
to reorganize its past and present 
members into one organization. 
This would enable the present 
members to function on a larger 
scale. 

Ben Ricci, athletic director and 
physical education instructor, 
acted as advisor to the Maroon 
Key this year. 



MAROON KEY 



291 



Ada 



, Cla 



4S Inman St., Hopedale 
Adams, Lela E. 

SOA Granite St., Rockport 
Adeletti, Donald F. 

134 Magnolia Terr., Springfield 
Adolph, David 

31 Sergeant Ave., Chicopee Falls 
Ahearn, John S. 

11 Buckingham Ed., Milton 
Ahern, Hugh F., Jr. 

49 Fuller St., Dorchester 
Albert, Wendell E. 

91 Cabot Ave., Braintree 
Alberts, Irwin N. 

19 Cottage St., Chelsea 
Aldrich, Richard E. 

Amherst Rd., Pelham 
Allen, George B. 

22 Oakland St., W. Springfield 
Allen, Jane 

10 McClellan St., Amherst 
Allen, Jo Ann 

2700 N. Powhatan St., Arlington, Va. 
Allen, Norman B. 

47 Beacon St., North Adams 
Anderson, Allen L. 

152 Overlook Rd., Arlington 
Anderson, James R. 

332 Lowell St., Wilmington 
Anderson, Mary S. 

42 Meetinghouse Lane, Scituate 
Andrews, Nancy J. 

9 Olnev St., Gardner 
Angell, David L. 

7 Howard St., Westfield 
Anti, Raymond L. 

3 Center Hill Rd., Kingston 
Apicella, Frank L. 

47 Webster St., Maiden 
Aronson, Charles D. 

206 Washington Ave., Winthrop 
Aronson, Elliot N. 

50 Bellevue Ave., Springfield 
Arthur, Beverly 

249 Pine St., Wollaston 
Ashe, Joan E. 

294 Elm St., Holyoke 
Audet, Irene M. 

74 School St., Northbridge 
Austin, Audrey A. 

P.O. Box 132, S. Hanover 
Babineau, Ronald E. 

Lakeshore Drive, N. Wilbraham 
Badertscher, Barbara L. 

847 Bernardston Rd., Greenfield 
Bageant. Susan F. 

106 Connecticut Ave., Freeport, N. Y 
Bagley, Raymond O., Jr. 

1 West St., Amherst 
Baglione, Joseph P. 

36 Draper St., Dorchester 
Baker, Robin-Louise M. 

378 Chicopee St., Williman,sett 
Balkin, Rachel J. 

12 Colliston Rd., Brookline 
Bangs, Emily L. 

328 Sargeant Si., Hol.voke 



Ulmmmm..>s^ 



Bangs, Lawrence B. 

125 Laurel St., Fairhaven 
Barber, Leonard 1. 

19 Evelyn Rd., Waban 
Barcomb, Wayne A. 

247 State St., N. Adams 
Barlow, Marie J. 

53 Fruit St. Ext., Milford 
Barnett, Barbara M. 

306 Newhill Ave., Somerset 
Barney, C. David 

81 Green St., Stoneham 
Baron, John 

478 Osborn St., Fall River 
Bartholomew, Andrew R, 

Main St., Ashley Falls 
Bartlett, Judith 

100 Hillcroft Ave., Worcester 
Basuilis, Algero 

21 Pond St., Worcester 
Batchelder, Allen F. 

59 Circular St., North Attleboro 
Bates, Janet E. 

Schofield Rd., Cohasset 
Baum, Edgar R. 

660 Bennington St., East Boston 
Beaudry, Edward F. 

20 Adams St., Easthampton 
Beaupre, Annette P. 

571 Chicopee St., Willimansett 
Bedell, Barbara J. 

P.O. Box 1.50, S. Wellfleet 
Belanger, Philip G. 

11 Hillcrest St., Arlington 
BeU, Robert B. 

27 Intervale Terr., Reading 
Belval, Carol P. 

478 Church St., Whitinsville 
Bencks, Rodney N. 

20 Homecrest St., Longmeadow 
Bennett, Bette 

25 Harwich Rd., Longmeadow 
Berestka, Stephen J. 

67 Garfield Ave., Easthampton 
Berg, Carl H. 

35 Whipple St., Worcester 
Bernardini, GabrieUa M. 

2.58 Dedham St., Wrentham 
Biggar, Betsy L. 

46 Wavside St., Springfield 
Bilodeau, Robert D. 

Route 9, Windsor 
Bissonnette, Victor J., Jr. 

Beach Blufi Rd., East Freetown 
Blair, George H. 

15 Essex St., Holyoke 
Blakeney, Lois A. 

11 Morris Ave., Manasquan, N. J. 
Blanchard, Robert H. 

45 Howe Ave., Millbury 
Blomstrom, George H. 

9 School St., Mansfield 
Blumenthal, Victor 

71 Union St., Natick 
Bobrick, Daniel S. 

.38 Lawton St., Brookline 
Bolles, Charles D. 

Heartbreak Rd., Ipswich 
Bolt, Richard A. 

52 High St., Haverhill 
Bolton, Richard A. 

439 Arnold St.. New Bedford 
Boonallie. Andrew M. 

Sunnv Hill Rd., Lunenburg 
Bonuallie, Joan E. 

493 Pearl Hill Rd., Fitchburg 
Bornstein, Harvey J. 

822 Walnut St., Newton 
Bottomley, James 

124 Locust St., New Bedford 
Bourgault, Dorothy J. 

52 Holyoke St., Easthampton 
Bourque, Ernest E. 

220 Cross St., Gardner 
Bowman, Brenda 

117 Pin Oak Way, Falmouth 
Boyce, Donald E. 

144 Denver St., Springfield 
Bradley, Robert L. 

12 ClitloM Ave. Beverly 
Bra<l»liii". Mi 



III. 



(he 



llr^ 



Brainard, James E. 

48 James St., Gardner 
Brazil, John W. 

4 Jennie Dee Terr., N. Randolph 
Bresnaban, David L. f 

116 Scituate St., Arlington 
Briggs, Jeanette S. 

423 Smith St., N. Attleboro 
Brigham, Sheila A. 

85 First Parish Rd., Scituate 
Broadbent, George S. 

34 Buttonwood St., New Bedford 
Brooks, Robert A., Jr. 

38 Jasper St., Haverhill 
Brousseau, Paul L. 

960 Temple St., Whitman 
Broverman, Lester J. 

49 Commonwealth Ave., Pittsfield 
Brown, Barbara A. 

9 Wright St., Arlington 
Brown, Donald L. 

37 Newhall St., Springfield 
Brown, Nathaniel K. 

230 Concord Rd., Bedford 
Brown, Robert G. 

23 Rice St., Middleboro 
Brown, Robert R. 

38 Butterfield Terr., Amherst 
Bruneau, Vernon J. 

1 Mitchell St., Fitchburg 
Bruno, Michael F. 

130 Bloomfield St., Springfield 
Bruso, Robert J. 

South St., Upton 
Bryant, Lois H. 

26 Harding Ave., Bradford 
Bunshoft, Barry L. 

71 Beaconsfield Rd., Brookline 
Burbank, Robert A. 

1.54 Clapp Rd., N. Scituate 
Burne, Frederick A. 

Boston Rd., Westtord 
Burnham, Barbara A. 

590 Cabot St., Beverly 
Burrows, Janet C. 

College Highway, Southwick 
Bushey, Ronald A. 

59 Ralph St., Springfield 
Butler, James P. 

13 Marshall St., Oxford 
Butler, John J. 

49 Winslow Rd., Belmont 
Buzzell, F. Gilmore, Jr. 

93 Pleasantview St., Longmeadow 
Cairns, Richard P. 

22 Mt. Vernon St., Haverhill 
Call, Lois E. 

Colrain 
Callaghan, Daniel R. 

126 Warren Ave., Diilton 
Cameron, Donald W. 

228 East Main St., Angelica, N. Y. 
Campbell, Brenda .A. 

270 Blue Hills Pkway., Milton 
Campbell, Margaret G. 

10 Massasoit St., Northampton 
Cann, Margaret J. 

"Endean," East Walpole 
Carew, Lyndon B. 

425 Eastern Ave., Lynn 
Carr, Earl E. 

Mill St., N. Easton 
Carr, William F. 

37 Wallingford Ave., Athol 
Carroll, Anne D. 

School St., Hardwick 
Carson. David L. 

79 Birch St., Greenfield 
Ganger, James W. 

11 Summer St., N. Attleboro 
Chalue, Robert E. 

12 Hampden Ct., Monson 
Chandler, George F., Jr. 

Rockland Hgts., Northampton 
Chandler, Maybelle J. 

East St., Lenox 
Chaplin, Priscilla G. 

53 Brook Rd., Sharon 
Charette, Harry J. 

966 Main St., Holyoke 
Charlwood, Ralph H. 

224 So. Walker St., Taunton 
Chase, Richard W. 

Dudley Rd., Sutton 



Chaskis. Janice V. 

31 Park IM., Hrockton 
Cli.-llis. Klizab.-tli A. 

H Cl.Mson St.. Medford 
f.hil.is. Sl.irl.> 

711 Ihiniliii Av.-., K.ilmonlli 
Clill.i-.. Virginia V. 

2i; N,.rf..lk Anc, Northumpli.n 
t:i,iri<l,.tli. Vr.iold P. 

2:1 Marshall Am-.. Maiden 
(;iiri>len,-..ii. .Unlet M. 
lie. Urook lid.. Milton 
ChrisUaiiseii. Donald W. 
^ 312 High St.. Whitman 
Chnisciel, Gerald A. 

119 Lockland .\vc., Ludlow 
Chncka. Robert J. 

SI Craiwell Ave.. \V. Springhcld 
Clark. Arthur F. 

Main St., Yarmouth 
Clark. Robert J. 

733 High St.. Holyoke 
Clarke, Alan R. 

72 Cypress Ave.. Bogota. N. .1. 
Clement, .Anne M. 

6S Robinwood .\ve. Needham 
Cobbett, Nancy 

86 Belcher Circle. Milton 
Cobbett, William K., Jr. 

41 Thomas Rd., Swampscott 
Cocco, Tliomas A, 

3.T River St., Mavnard 
Cochran, Nancy A. 

Greenwood Drive 4. Auburn 
Cogen, Marilyn B. 

S Westbrook St., Milford 
Cohen, Arden R. 

910 Lakewood Ave., Schenectady, 
N. Y. 
Cohen. Donna E. 

9 Downing Ave.. Haverhill 
Cohen. Edward D. 

24 Daniels Ave.. Pittsfield 
Cohen, Edward H. 

IS Wabash Ave.. Worcester 
Cohen, Gerald M. 

109 Shore Drive, Winthrop 
Cohen. Jane C. 

IS Revere St.. Brockton 
Cohen. Robert S. 

24 Daniels Ave.. Pittsfield 
Cole, Loraine 

17 Hamilton St., SaxonviUe 
Cole, Nancy .A. 

226 Cottage Park Rd., Winthrop 
Coleman, Flora S. 

Woodstown. N. J. 
Coleman, James P. 

32S Huron Ave., Cambridge 
Coletta, Theodore J. 

152 Prospect St., Lawrence 
Collins, Christopher C. 

392 Swamp Rd., Greenfield 
Comfort. John H. 

7 Howe Rd., Nahant 
ConUn. William P. 

75 Lvndc St. Gardner 
Connor. Hush F. 

4 Mansfield St.. Framingham 
Connor, James P. 

24 Bay State Rd.. Pittsfield 
Conrov. Ellen 

Division. Great Barrington 
Cook, Charles E. 

S6 Victoria Rd., Bridgewater, N. S., 
Canada 
Cook, Emily M. 

249 Lakeside .\ve„ Marlboro 
Cooley, Louise M. 

15 Sunrise Ave.. Amherst 
Cooney, Martha A. 

Livingston St.. Tewksbury 
Cooper, James B. 

40 Ocean Ave.. Lynn 
Cooper. Myron 

13S Fairmount St.. Dorchester 
Cormier. Janet M. 

3 CliH St., Marblehead 
Cornelius. H. Thomas 

3S Pine St., N. .Amherst 
Cornell. Lawrence E. 

Drift Rd.. Westport 
Cornfoot, Douglas C. 

95 Oakland Ave., Wollaston 



Cotton, Alan G. 

20 Baldwin Rd., Waltham 
Couch, Mary L. 

1 Allen St., Palmer 
Courtney, Kalherine D. 

28 High St., Everett 
Covin, Audrey J. 

titSA Chatham Rd., Everett 
Cowern, Riehard T. 

S(i Mai" St.. A.^hhuid 
Coyle. Mursurel M. 

135 Flor.n,-,- Ud., Waltham 
Cramer, Stanley H. 

86 Porter St., North Adams 
Cronin, Paul F. 

29 Franklin St., Arlington 
Crory, Frederick E. 

Old Pickard Rd., Littleton 
Crouch, Eleanor N. 

113 Main St., Lancaster, N. H. 
Crowley, Barbara T. 

254 Davis St.. Greenfield 
Crowley, Paul J. 

14 Haywood St., Greenfield 
Crowson, Lesley G. 

Cedar Rd., S. Lincoln 
Currier, Clifford A. 

405 Pond St., S. Weymouth 
Curtis. Barbara E. 

31 Levden Rd., Greenfield 
Curtis, Fred P. 

49 Van Ness Rd., Belmont 
Curtis, James R. 

55 Fairview Ave., Belmont 
Cutler, Robert S. 

79 Eckington St., Springfield 
Cutler, Nancy J. 

Main St., S, Ashburnham 
Damon, David G. 

75 So. Prospect St., Amherst 
Damon. Vernon C. 

4 Glenwood \ve., Northampton 
Darras, Constantina 

14 Amity St., Lynn 
David, James H. 

Woronoake Hts., Woronoco 
Davidson, Elaine N. . , , , 

26 Montmorenci St., Springfield 
Davidson. Marion F. 

195 Bonad Rd., Brookline 
Davis. Lawrence L. 

90 High St., Greenfield 
Day, Sylvia M. 

Belmont St.. Northboro 
Dean, Charles F. 

22 Edison Green. Dorchester 
Dean, William J., Jr. 

7 Corser St., Holyoke 
DeBoer, Erma E. (Mrs.) 

Box 213, Towaco N. J. 
DcLea, John P. 

23 Tripp Ave . Brockton 
Delivorias. Peter 

81-2 Mt. Vernon St., Peabody 
Demski, Edward F. 

139 South St., Chicopee 
Deschenes, Jean A. 

563 Dartmouth St., S. Dartmouth 
DesRocbers, Euclide C. 

603 Grattan St., Chicopee Falls 
Devine. John E. 

56 Knightly St., Hadley 
DeWolf James S. 

Federal St , Montague 
DiFederico, Frank B. 

189 Marcy St., Southbridge 
DiGiammarino, Frank P. 

131 Russell St., Maiden 
Dixon. James G. 

Eel Pond Rd., Monument Be.ach 
Dolan. Mary Ann 

170 Orange St., Springfield 
Donachic. Anne L. 

15 Norwood Terr., Holyoke 
Donahue, Elizabeth .4. 

23 East Ashland St., Brockton 
Donnelly- John P. 

IS Thomas Ave . Holyoke 
Donohue. Thomas W. 

936 Dwight St., Holyoke 
Donovan. .Ann T. 

961 Edgell Rd., Framingham 
Donovan. Marjorie .4. 

Bedford St., Lakeville 

[ 293 1 




Douglas, Joel P. 



rhill 



475 Washington St., Ha 
Dowd, Frances E. 

109 State St., Amherst 
Dragbetti, Peter M. 

41 Park St., Feeding Hills 
Dube, Barbara A. 

58 Emerson Ave., Pittsfield 
Dube, Ernest J. 

5S Emerson Ave., Pittsfield 
Duffy, Patricia C. 

P.O. Box 388, Westwood, N. J. 
Dukakis. Stratos G. 

42 Humphrey St.. Lowell 
Dumais, Armand L. 

1 1 Forest Ave., Southbridge 
Dunn, Elizabeth F. 

24 Ridge Rd., Milton 
D'Urso, Stephen F. 

159 Garden St., Lawrence 
Duval, Donald K. 

2070 .Allen St., Springfield 
Duval, Robert L. 

84 Meadow St., North Adams 
DuVernois, Robert C. 

50 East St„ Dalton 
Dwyer, Stephen J. 

IS Avalon Rd., West Roxbury 
Eberle, Ann M. 

120 Elm St., Pittsfield 
Edmunds, Robert A. 

Upper County Rd.. S. Dennis 
Eisler, Gertrude M. 

1518 Commonwealth Ave., Brlghto 
Elliot, June M. 

14 Lasell Ave., Northampton 
Emberlev, Joan W. 

22 Pine Circle, S. Weymouth 
Emmonds. Louis G. 

Gates Pond Rd., Berlin 
Ensher, Beverly C. 

115 Lincoln St . W Bridgewater 
Equi, Dino P. 

42 Thayer St., S. Deerfield 
Erickson. M. Diane 

19 Clarence St., S. Dartmouth 
Everson, Theresa A. 

1063 No. Pleasant St., Amherst 
Fairbanks, Ann V. 

63 Francis Ave., Shrewsbury 
Falvey, Russell E. 

R.F'.D. 2. Rchoboth 
Farnham. John R. 

197 North Main St., Northampton 
Farrell, Margaret E. 

183 Washington Ave., Dedham 
Farrell. Patricia A. 

3.50 Onota St., Pittsfield 
Farrell, Paul W. 

183 Charles St., Fitchburg 
Farwell, Norman D. 

30 Main St., Montague City 
Fauoette, Joseph M. 

19 Wheeler Ave.. Medford 
Fedoryshyn, Nadia 

98 Wilson St., Pittsfield 
Feener, Arnold D. 

7 Belvoir Rd., Milton 




FeUers, Paul J. 

52 Fearing St., Amherst 
Ferber.j Norman 

17 Custer St., Rockland 
Fcrtcl, Esther 

120 Hiizelton St., Mattapan 
Fesscnden, Richard W. 

10.5 Montague Ed., Amherst 
Fisher, Helen R. 

105 Winchester St., Brookline 
Fisher, Joan E. 

15 Philip St., Medfield 
Fitzgerald, Donald A. 

100 Lyman St., S. Hadley 
Fitzgerald, Ronald J. 

3 Spring St., Bondsville 
Fleming, Neil S. 

335 Ames St., Lawrence 
Fleming, Thomas H. 

23 Linden Ave., Greenfield 
Flynn John M. 

North Rd., Hampden 
Fogg. David T. 

247 Hayward St., E. Braintree 
Folev, .4riel E. 

154 Hull St., Hingham 
FoUett, Marguerite L. 

2« Kellogg Ave., Amherst 
Fontana, Mario H. 

41 Bosworth St., W. Springfield 
Foux, Amnon 

40 Bilu St., Gedera, Israel 
Fox, Thomas E. 

57 Draper St., Springfield 
Fredman, Barbara 

179 Wellington Hill St., Mattapan 
Freedman, Elinor D. 

36 Marengo Park. Springfield 
Freedmau, Roberta L. 

20 Duke St., Mattapan 
Freeman, Ruth P. 

8 Somerset Terr., Winthrop 
Frost, Ronald W. 

Federal St., Belchertown 
Fulton, Norman A. 

SI Hawthorne St., E. Weymouth 
Fusini, Carlo R. 

121 Dorchester Ave., Pittsfield 
Gaffin, Alan H. 

30 Marwood Rd., W^orcester 
Gallagher, Robert J. 

317 Reecl St., New Bedford 
Ganz, David 

48 Old Colony Rd., Newton 
Garrity, Regina E. 

23 Allendale Rd., Pittsfield 
Gass, Eugene F. 

93 Graves St., S. Deerfield 
Gatchell, Charles J. 

233 Florence Ave., Arlington 
Gaudctte, Helene R. 

24 South St., Gi 



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Box 230 
George, John F. 

7 Leyland St., Doi 
Ghareeb, Ernest V 

858 Armory St., Springfield 



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Gibbons, Francis D. 

42 Stoneland Rd., Worcester 
Gilboard, Charles M. 

128 Sanders Ave., Lowell 
Gildea, Robert B. 

16 High St., Everett 
Giles, Beverly A. 

Church St., S. Sudbury 
Gillespie, Barbara A. 

2001 Commonwealth Ave., Brighto 
Gilmore, Albert F., Jr. 

14 Calvert Rd., E. Walpole 
Ginsberg, Harry J. 

.551 Norfolk St., Mattapan 
Giza, Chester A. 

Calkins Rd., Palmer 
Glatkow^ski, Edmund P. 

349 Conway St., Greenfield 
Gleekman, Richard A. 

96 Reed St., New Bedford 
Glennon, Patricia A. 

68 Green St., Jamaica Plain 
Glovsky, Sherrill A. 

625 Church St., North Adams 
Gobbi, Elaine R. 

74 Lebanon St., Springfield 
Goclow^ki, .John G. 

15 Prospect St., Hatfield 
Goguen, Raymond L. 

73 Marquette St., Gardner 
Gold, Bernard A. 

785 Dickinson St., Springfield 
Golden, John S. 

3 Leahaven Rd., Mattapan 
Goldmann, Patricia L. 

52 East Ave., Whitman 
Goldstein, Zelda F. 

45 Arlington St., Lynn 
Goldstone, Joyce N. 

22 Ellsworth Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. 
Gonski. Donald W. 

116A Hawley St., Northampton 
Goodall. David A. 

16 Malone Ave., Westfield 
Goodell, Frances L. 

49 Mechanic St., Shelburne Falls 
Gorey, Ann F. 

303 N. Main St. S. Deerfield 
Gorman, Donald W. 

5 Hillside Ave. Marblehead 

413 Belmont aVc., Springfield 
Gormley, David F. 

6 Maple AvcSwampscott 
Goslee, Clara K. 

Jewett N. Y. 
Gottesman. Ronald 

49 Marshland St., Haverhill 
Gottsche, Gordon N. 

676 Main St., Asawam 
Gould, Charles H. 

", Hartshorn Rd., Walpole 
Graham, Barbara 

9 Lux Ave., Easthampton 
Gralenski, Laura J. 

65 Northfield Rd., Millers Falls 
Grasso, Ralph 

51 Colhourn St., Needham 
Gravalese, Joanne E. 

135 Stratford St,, West Roxbury 
Graves, Richard H. 

Union St., Montague 
Greaney, Mary T. 

153 Friend St.. Amesbury 
Greenbaum, Marlene H. 

2 Webster St., Maiden 
Greene, Marilyn C. 

173 Maple Rd., Longmeadow 
Greene, Russell A. 

36 Hartford St., Natick 
Grunbaum, Henry W, 

295 Walden St._, Cambrid.ge 
Gustavsen, Judith 

17 Pembroke St., Medtord 
Gustavsen, Karin C. 

32 Summit St., Roslindale 
Hackett. Clarissa A. 

37 Starrett Ave., Athol 
Haenisch, Ruth E. 

14 Hall St., Leominster 
Hall, Elizabeth M. 

269 Waverly St., Belmont 
Hall, Henry B. 

585 Tremont St., Taunton 

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Hall, Ralph H., Jr. 

Old Wales Rd., Brimfield 
Halloran, Donald W. 

44 Walter St., Newton Center 
Hamelin, Robert L. 

82 Rivers Ave., Willimansett 
Hamilton, Charles L. 

130 Sycamore St., Somerville 
Handman, Stanley L. 

36 Bangor St., Springfield 
Hanlon, Marie L. 

69 Centre St., Quincv 
Hanson, Edward D. 

197 Church St., North Adams 
Harris, Nelson R. 

Orchard St., Adams 
Harris, Sandra J. 

30 Surfside Rd., Lynn 
Harrison, Ames 

24 Mechanic St., Orange 
Hart, Deborah 

34 Meadow St., N. Quincy 
Hartford, Janet 

71 Walnut Ave., .Andover 
Hartley, Carol A. P. 

Birch Brook Farm, Middlefield 
Haslam, WiUiam A. 

12 Sea View Ave., Fairhaven 
Hatch, Ralph E. 

20 Draper Ave., Arlington 
Hatton, Robert B. 

12 Stratford Rd., Andover 
Hawkes, Elizabeth A. 

231 White St., Belmont 
Hayes, Virginia M. 

43 Juliette St., Dorchester 
Haynes, Martha A. 

5 Weymouth St., Springfield 
Hayward, PrisciUa A. 

99 Maywood St., Worcester 
Hebert, Louis J. 

23 Hamlin St., Pittsfield 
Henderson, Warren D. 

335 No. Main St., Wharton, N. J. 
Hennesey, Richard E. 

14 Worcester St., Bridgew^ater 
Hennigen, Edward F. 

50 Dreamwold Rd., Egypt 
Henry, Richard F. 

476 Fuller St., Ludlow 
Herberg, Edward N. 

41 Putnam Ave., Pittsfield 
Hesselton, Doris F. 

39 Westminster St., Worcester 
Hettinger, Ina A. 

58 Somerset St., Springfield 
Heywood, Robert "W. 

186 So. Main St., Cohasset 
Higgins, Charles J. 

756 Second St., Fall River 
Higgins, George R. 

1537 Washington St., Newton 
Hill, Leonard V. 

4 Mill Valley Rd., Hadley 
Hodecker, .lanet E. 

42 Tavlor St., Pittsfield 
Hoelzel, Alfred 

352 Walnut Ave., Roxbury 
Hoff, Lawrence M. 

34 Sheridan Rd., Swampscott 
Hohenberger, Carol A. 

89 Norwood Terr., Holyoke 
Holbrook, Barbara J. 

Pine Hill Rd.. Boxborough 
Holm, Richard H. 

47 Mr.Miuw SI,. Falmouth 
Holnur. J..l,n K. 

l:;il l-'.lm SI,, Milton 
IlolzMian, Herbert S. 

28 Larned St., Framingham 
Hopkins, Warren L. 

137 E. Foster St., Melrose 
Horvitz, Barbara A. 

372 afaple St., New Bedford 
Hosea, Carolyn B. 

.50 Norwood St., Everett 
Howard. John R, 

21 Centennial St., Foxboro 
Hoxsie, Joan 

9 Kilsvth Terr., Brookline 
Hublev. Bert A.. Jr. 

S.'A Wiiv.rl.y Oaks Rd., Waltham 
llnehner. Dorothy E. 

MO F.asl SI., Melhuen 



Iliiglirs. Kdwiird E.. ,Ir. 

SS LSL, Turiu-is VM. 
Hurwilz.. Carol T. 

7(5 Bovlslon SI.. Cluslinil Mill 
Illirwit/. W iliiiii S. 

lllj I^.^^,■l,■r SI., UorcbesliT 
lliitchiiisoK. K.'Kl C. 

l.s r.rshlni! r.ir.. Sprinsli.-l.l 
Inghain. KIJAiilutli It. 

lO-l S, I'iuk SI., ll.ivi-ihill 
Ingvcs. Wallaci- W . 

79 H:.rv:u-.l SI.. C.ir.liicr 
Innis. Hirhar.l G. 

7 Hi(;li SI.. Milfor.l 
Isenbcrj;. Marlii. I. 

SO TikI.t si., Clu-lsoa 
Isenstciii. Kohert 

714 Blue Hill Ave.. Dorchester 
Jablonka, Martin P. 

50 Saint James .\ve., Holvoke 
Jacintli... .losepl, V. 

S92 Ciiil.r, Mi.l.ll.l.oro 
Jackson. ll,->.rK ^. 

SS Pro>|H,l SI.'. riirlK-rs Falls 
Jackson. Kli/ah.-tli It. 

133 Mau,li,--I,i r,ir.. Springfield 
Jacobson. Ifalpli K. 

S Ga.v H,l.. WalcTloxvn 
Jeffords, Lola K. 

23 Huntington .\ve.. Sharon 
Jensen. Frederick K. 

4 Mill Valley Rd., Hadlev-Hatchvil 
Rd.. Falmouth 
Jennison William N. 

7 Dorothy .\ye., Worcester 
Jepson, .\nne L. 

202 So. Washington St., N. Attlebo 
Johnson, Arthur E. 

51 Roberts St., Maiden 
Johnson, Clifton R. 

14 Falmouth St., Longmeadow 
Johnson, Martha A. 

774 Washington St.. Fairhaven 
Jones, George W. 

565 Whiting St., Hanover 
Jones, Marilyn A. 

30 Francis St., Shre\vsburv 
Jones. Miles H. 

204 Lincoln Ave., Amherst 
Judge, Thomas R. 

2 Walnut St., Methuen 
Judson, Ruth N, 

25 Heath Rd., Shrewsbury 
Kallgren, Janet 

125 West Alvord St., Springfield 
Kangas, Walter W. 

149 Speen St., Saxonville 
Keaney, Walter L. 

IOCS Essex St., Lawrence 
Keefe, Arthur I., Jr. 

Pleasant Lake 
Keene, Benjamin A. 

1740 Great Plain Ave., Needham 
Kehew, Marcia L. 

62 Waban Ave., Waban 
Kellv, Helenjcan M. 

_ 276 Central St., Mansfield 
Kelsey. .Joseph R. 

Kelsey Rd.. E. Boxford 
Kennedy. Bernardine A, 

431 Howard St., Lawrence 
Kennedy. William F. 

32 Perry Ave,, Lawrence 
Kenney. .Joseph J. 

Maple St., Hopkinton 
Kenney. Margaret A. 

36 Highland St., Northampton 
Kent. Edward W. 

41 Fox Rd., Wakefield 
Kerr. Edwin F. 

61 Rangeley Rd., Arlington 
Kerr, Henry F.. Jr. 

112 Lewis St., Belmont 
Kidd, James L. 

24 Monument Sq., Charlestown 
Kijanowski. Edwin J. 

12 Saunders Rd., Norwood 
Kilbourn. William A. 

Sterling St., S, Lancaster 
Killam. Paul C. 

Killam Hill Rd., E. Boxford 
Kimball. Barbara J. 

Kimball Farm. Wcstford 
King. I^ra A. 

74 Vermont St., Springfield 



SI,. W. Bridgewale 
It.. Jr. 

SI.. Brockton 



U I I'.Iiii SI., I'llchburg 



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:in Cln.nirk IM.. Brighton 
Kliii^-lcr. I<i<'li;ird D. 

Sl;ii- It. ml,', Itr-inifield 
Knapi). .Iii.lilli M. 

1,-. F.l.i.rl SI.. Springfield 
Koeli. W illiani C. Jr. 

117 Valli-v SI., .\dams 
Kol'o^. Helen 

2 Ilavdcn SI.. Marlboro 
Kowal.ski. Sicplien J. 

4 1 Massasoil SI., Norlhamplon 
Kreui. Margaret J. 

130 Chilton St., Belmont 
Kronick. Anita C. 

9 River Si,. North iVdams 
Kriikh ■^ MrKinla P. 

licnja'iiiin lid.. Shirley 
Kr^I^.y.^na. Valeric A. 

l.s:; Liiuolii Rd.. Medford 
Kszepka, .Joseph A. 

374 Main St., Three Rivers 
Kukkula. Mary E. 

14 Middle St. Lane, Fitchburg 
Kules Peter S. 

42 Holyoke St., Northampton 
Kushner. Barbara J. 

7 Sus,|in4iaiina St., Great Neck, N.Y. 
Lal>l>. \Mlliani 

:>::: S,., \V,,| si,. Feeding Hills 

Lalrcniere. (iilhert F. 

Worthiiigton Rd,. Chesterfield 
Landv. Morton 

252"Columbia Rd., Boston 
Langer. Joan F. 

HI i),.v..iL-liir.. Rd,. Waban 



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IL','. 1',. Man. Sl., Webster 
Lan^-liclil. K.niieth J. 

IN,-, Prall .\v,. , Somerset 
Lapliani. I.lovd E. 

SI rr.iii.Mil SI.. New Bedford 
Laren. Cliarles A. 

R,F,D, 1, Summer St.. Blackstone 
Larson. Joseph S. 

11 Beltran Terr.. Maiden 
Larson. Richard E. 

2S0 Greenwood St., Worcester 
Larwood. .Joan E. 

33 No, Clinton, Albion. N. Y. 
Lasky, Charles M. 

.WS Ridge St., Fall River 
Law. Frederick H. 

Split Rock Rd., Syosset, L. I.. N. V. 
Lawrence. William C. 

74 Spring St.. Melrose 
Lawson. M. Shera 

9 Earl St,. Taunton 
Lawton. Ralph W. 

■J'.lT (,;,,drn SL, Fall River 
LcBlanc. Donalil C. 

I,-. Fhiiiplon SI,. New Bedford 
Lel.owit/.. Uiilli M. 

711 Mn,,ri4;ui.i St,. Springfield 
LeClair.-. Hillary M. 

_'Hi Mile. SI., Harwichport 
L'Fcuver. Francis R. 

7 Dover St., Fitchburg 
Lcc'.nar. Dorothy A. 

IS Royal Ave,, Holyoke 
Lee. Alice D. 

201) Church St,, Newton 
Lcgare. Roger J. 

94 North St„ W.are 
Leger. Joan T. 

461 Cold Spring Ave,. W. Springfield 
Lemack. Alvin G. 

17 Wardman Rd., Boston 
Less. Irwin L. 

1.1 Porter St., North Adams 
Levenbaum. Norman L. 

32 Wellington Hill. iSIattapan 

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Levenson, Paul II. 

561 Ward Sl,, Newton Centre 
Levcsfiiie. Itoherl L. 

3094 Main SI.. Springfield 
Levine. Edward 

36 Hillside Ave., Lawrence 
Lewis, Evelyn E. 

14 Pierce St., Greenfield 
Lewis, Robin B. 

Upper Church St., Ware 
Lewis, Sheila .J. 

Boston Post Rd., Sudbury 
Lczbcrg, Lois 

619 Morton St.^ Mattapan 
Libow, Lauren E. 

152 Washington St., Newton 
Lilja, Gladys L. 

3 Pigeon Hill, Pigeon Cove 
Lilly, .John R. 

1 1 Day St., Melrose 
Lincoln. Richard T. 

5 Barton St.. Taunton 
Liner, .Jordan A. 

44 Griggs Terr., Brookline 
Ling. Joan E. 

Goodman Hill Rd., Sudbury 
Littlewood, Robert W. 

10 Perkins St., Wakefield 
Llvas. Roger T. 

26 W. Water St., Wakefield 
London, Abram .J. 

95 Stedman St., Brookline 
Long. Gordon R. 

113 High St., Everett 
Longmore, Carol A. 

Randall Rd,, Mattapoisett 
Longtine, James R. 

67 Church St„ Thorndike 
Lyie. Thomas W. 

364 Lowell St,, Reading 
Lyons, William II. 

97 l,i;„..lii SI., Holvoke 
MacDonal.l. Clair.- E. 

357 llit'l. SI., Ilan.on 
Maclnnis. Paul M. 

1011 All.'i. SI . A I 

MacKeii/ie. CK.I.- L.. Jr. 

Mullen Wav, F.lgartown 
Mackev. William J. 

434 rtollis St., Framingham 
MacLaren. Benjamin F. 

Old Boston Rd.. Sutton 
MacLaughlin. Thomas F. 

(i7 Lvman Rd.. Milton 
MacNcill. Richard L. 

51 Mystic Valley Pkwy., Winchester 
MacPhee, Donald 

1 1 Burman Ave.. Worcester 
Madru, Thomas S. 

Prospect St., Chester 
Mahar. John H. 

77 Dunmoreland St., Springfield 
Mahoney. Arthur J. 

59 Cross St., Lawrence 
Mahoney, Richard J. 

423 Allen St., Springfield 
Maitland, Elaine M. 

40 Preseott St., Clinton 




Maltz, Ed-ward J. 

34 Hazelmere Rd., Roslindale 
Manley^ Joan H. 

150 Pleasant St., Newton Centre 
Mantel, Elizabeth 

85-26 152nd St., Jamaica, N. Y. 
Marcotte, Leonard P. 

31 Franklin St., Holyoke 
Marcus, Alan S. 

65 Congress Ave. Holvoke 
Marcus, Myles J. 

33 Blake St., Newtonville 
Marland, Judith M 

S George St. Andover 
Marnell, Paul 

1052 Sheridan Ave., New York, N. Y. 
Maroni, Robert V. 

1237 Main St., Athol 
Marr, Marshall I. 

Main St.. Bolton 
Marsden, Elizabeth M. 

32 Wachusett Ave., Lawrence 
Marsh, Dudley B. 

Gion Rd., Dudley 
Marshall. Lawrence A. 

31 Winter St., Arlington 
Martin, Donald W. 

204 Lincoln St., Franklin 
Martin, John J. 

45 Williamsburg Terr., PittsBeld 
Masaschl. John E. 

Main St., Chatham 
Masiello, John P. 

241 Conway St., Greenfield 
Matthews, George A. 

14 Michigan Rd., Worcester 
Mayer, Barbara J. 

23 Western Ave., W. Springfield 
Mazzaglia, Vincent J. 

360 E. Haverhill St., Lawrence 
McAlevey, Joan G. 

241A Windsor PI., Brooklyn 15, N. Y. 
McAuslan, Linda S. 

Amherst St., Granby 
McCambridge, Sally E. 

287 Tyler St., Pittsfield 
McClure, Thomas J. 

.30 Willard PI., Pittsfield 
McCrillis, George R. 

lOS Oak St., Middleboro 
McDaniel, Joseph B. 

49 Kilton, Taunton 
McDermott, Francis X. 

311 South St., Randolph 
McDonald, Phyllis A. 

144 No. Main St., Sharon 
McGrath, Joseph F. 

82 Summer St., Kingston 
Mcintosh, James O. 

76 Plymouth Rd., Needham 
McKean, David R. 

94 Hawthorne Ave., Needham 
McKenna, Dorothy J. 

16 Harding Rd., Walpole 
McKinstry, Alice E. 

1.52 Clarendon Ave-., Chicopee 
Melachrino, WiUiam 

67 St. Botolph St., Boston 
MeUey, Daniel M. 

49 Plymouth Ave., Milton 




Mello, Robert J. 

789 Oak Grove Ave., Fall River 
Mendelsohn, Lenore B, 

4 Greenway Ct., Brookline 
Mento, Charles E. 

92 Lexington St., E. Boston 
Merrill, Ben B. 

434 Ash St., Brockton 
Miller, Charles A. 

East Rd., Clarksburg 
Miller, Marilyn C. 

196 Walpole St., Norwood 
Minasian, George 

27 Newton St., Lawrence 
Miner, Malcolm R. 

Chapel St., E. Lee 
Miranda, Ursula C. 

60 Neptune Rd., E. Boston 
Mirkin, Gordon S. 

1 1 Dyer St., Boston 
Mishkin, Marilyn 

71 Harrison Ave., Fitchburg 
Mitchell, Mary A. 

39 Ledyard St., Springfield 
MitcheU, Mary E. 

71 Central Ave, Medford 
Moehle, Corinne M. 

720 Park St., Attleboro 
Monaghan, Edmund, Jr. 

38 Sammet St., Everett 
Moon, Janet 

44 Inman St., Hopedale 
Mooney, David S. 

2,'i Longfellow Rd., Watertown 
Morgan, Thomas L. 

280 Pleasant St., Holyoke 
Morrill, Jane C. 

518 W. Main St.. North Adams 
Morrison, Robert P. 

Oliver St., Easthampton 
Morrison, Thomas A. 

178 Morgan St., Holyoke 
Morse, Rosentiarie 

472 Boston Post Rd., Weston 
Morton, Carolyn R. 

165 No. Whitney St., Amherst 
Moynahan, Suzanne 

96 Glenwood St., Lowel 
Mulcahy, Frances E. 

21-4 Garden Lane, Waltham 
Munroe, E. Lorraine 

526 Talbot Ave., Dorcheste 
Murphy, Carol A. 

11 Iliad St., Leominster 
Murray, Mary E. 

280 Revere St., Winthrop 
Myers, Gretchen C. 

17 Hall St., Feeding Hills 
Myers, Janet E. 

73 Cross St., Hingham 
Naida, Walter E. 

40 Eleventh St., Turners'Falls 
Naylor, Paula G. 

97 Althea St.. W. Springfield 
Nelson, Eleanor G. 

11 Oak St., Foxboro 
Nelson, Paul R., Jr. 

35 King St., Holyoke 
Neusner, Jacob 

50 Sheridan St., Haverhill 
Neville, Robert P. 

25 Dexter St., Holyoke 
Nichols, Robert M. 

33 Chestnut Hill, Chestnut Hill 
Nilsson, Bruce R. 

532 W. Main St., Avon 
Nixon, Henry C. 

7 Bryant St., Methuen 
Nixon, Theodore C. 

298 Central St., Auburndale 
Nolan, James P. 

18 Morgan St., Holyoke 
Nottonson, Ira N. 

96 Buchanan St., Roslindale 
Nylandcr, Eldine J. 

93 So. Main St., Athol 
O'Brien, John S. 

52 Circular Ave., Pittsfield 
O'Connell, John J. 

II Washington St., Milton 
O'Connor. (Jeraldiue M. 

III Slanh-v SI.. Swiimpscoll 
Odams. Roherl S. 

25 Canal SI., W. Mt-dtord 

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O'Donnell, Ceil M. 

169 Allyn St., Holyoke 
O'Hare, Janet M. 

36 Cedarwood Rd., Jamaica Plain 
Olaussen, Constance 

New Bedford Rd., Dorchester 
Osborne, Laurence C. 

28 Courtland St., Middleboro 
Ott, Thomas M. 

1 Esmond PL, Tenafly, N. J. 
Owczarski, William A. 

16 Hoosac St., Adams 
Owen, Stephen F., Jr. 

39 Seventh St., Springfield 
Ox man, Harold 

950 Wood.vcrest Ave., Bronx, N. Y. 
Palano, Santina C. 

353 Tyler St., Pittsfield 
Pannes, Virginia H. 

4 Flint St., Lynn 
Pappas, William H. 

74 Oxford St., Lawrence 
Pares, Lawrence 

69 Belvidere St., Springfield 
Paris, Donald A. 

161 Mayflower Rd., Springfield 



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38 Garrison Rd., Wellesley 
Paro, Allen K. 

65 Bellevue Ave., Winthrop 
Parsons, Lilla A. 

50 Harrison Ave., Northampton 
Parsons, Margaret A. 

44 Pleasant St., Milton 
Patrie, James H. 

50 Chapel St., Aldenville 
Patten, John L. 

Ill Merrimac St., New Bedford 
Patton, Mary E, 

399 West St., Walpole 
Pavlovich, John J. 

32 Cleveland St., Westfield 
Peirce, Kenneth N. 

30 Brookfield Rd., Waltham 
Pelosky, Robert J. 

Lower Rd., W. Deerfield 
Perkins, Pamela M. 

23 Winchester Rd., Newton 
Perrone, Francis S. 

Washington, N. Easton 
Perry, Joanne 

26 Benjamin Rd., Belmont 
Perry, Kathleen O. 

1280 Riverside Ave., Somerset 
Pescasolido, Richard M. 

140 Chauney St., Mansfield 
Peterson, Janet E. 

256 Connecticut Ave., Pittsfield 
Petrin, RoUin E. 

32 Vernon St., Greenfield 
Pettengill, Francis A. 

Main St., Westport Point 
Phillips, Donald F. 

42 Dickinson St., Springfield 
Phipps, June F. 

261 Union St., Ashland 
Pike, Janice N. A. 

286 South St., Agawam 
Pike, Nancy L. 

114 Park St., Easthampton 
Pittman, Priscilla A. 

King Philip Rd., Sudbury 
Poikonen, Richard C. . 

6 Haltord St., Gardner 
Poliks, David M. 

431 Pleasant St., Gardner 
Pollock, Robert J. 

61 Bowditch St., Braintree 
Porter, John P. 

27 Franklin St., Wakefield 
Pothier, Paul L. 

Granville Rd., Dorchester 
Potter. James S. 

161 Callender St., Dorchester 
Pow, John F. 

25 Addington Rd., W. Roxbury 
Powers, Giles A. 

16 Ricker Rd., Newton 
Powers, Philip A. 

12 So. Prospect Si., Amherst 
Prcnio. Vlli.rlu M-L. 

riii.M. li.i,. w^ii.-s 

PrentM'.'. Konald S. 

Ballon i.iiiir. Williamstown 



Pributsvk, IMiyllis L. 

37C. Ricice St., Fall U.vcr 
Proctor, Uavmond S. 

1 1 Carter lid., Cnrdner 
Froniiscl, Martin S. 

231 Wnlnut St., Chelsea 
Pruync, Jean E, 

137 Egremont .\ve., Pittsfield 
Putnam, Ricliard D, 

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(.>uiKl.>. Itiel.ar.l F. 

'Ills I'lvui.n.ll, .\ve,. Fall River 
Onirk. Marie F. 

-IS l'al,.ol,.tr.,. St.. PeaL.Ml.v 
(.»nirk. Uolxrlu A, 

.-..-, Shirk H,l.. Woreesler 
KaUton, Ann L. 

ION Sehernierluirn Park, Lenox 
Raphcl. Joan P, 

2:!.'i River Ud.. Winthrop 
Kastallis. Andrew H, 
M SI.. Turners Falls 
Rattman, William J. 

17G Pomeriiv .Vvc., Pittsfield 
Ratyna, Joseph J, 

3S Red Spring Rd.. .\ndover 
Raymond, Sara R, 

S.5 Meriam St.. Lexington 
Reagan, Robert F. 

47 Strong Ave., Pittsfield 
Redden. Joan A. 

11 Magnolia Terr., Springfield 
Reed, Donald D. 

214 Church St., Weston 
Reed, Janet W, 

Cross St., Boylston 
Rhodes, Maxine E, W. 

2 Spruce St., Great Neck, L. I., N, Y, 
Rice. David B, 

247-A Concord Rd., Bedford 
Rice, Richard W, 

Off Maple St., N. Agawam 
Rich, Roger W, 

10 Ethel Ct., Maiden 
Rilev. Gail A, 

1 Meadow Lane, Shrewsbury 
Rischitelli, Barbara A. 

43 Franklin Terr., Southbridge 
Robbins, Ricliard B. 

140 Adams St.. Braintree 
Koberto, Yolanda 

4 Cottage St.. Wakefield 
Roberts, Marion C. 

201 Westford Circle, Springfield 
Roberts, Sally A. 

King St., Grove-land 
Robertson, Ruric R., Jr, 
93 Toxteth St., Brookline 
Robinson, Betsv 

Converse Rd.. Marion 
Robinson, Peter 

363 Springfield St.. Chicopee 
Roche, Herman J, 

42 East St., Whitinsville 
Rockwood, Walter G. 

60 Hawthorne St.. Norwood 
Bodenhiier, Donald K, 

747 Stonv Hill Rd.. Wilbrahain 
Rodman, Diane 

78 Badger Rd., Medford 
Rogers, Ellen N. 

225 Adams St., Fairhaven 
Rogosin, Rhoda G. 

19 Tahanto Rd., Worcester 
Roncarati, Louis E, 

21 Eloise St., Springfield 
Rose, Edward F. 

21 Pleasant St., Dighton 
Rosenberg, .\rthur 

42 Whiltier St.. Springfield 
Rosenberg. Victor 

62 Perkins St., Springfield 
Rosnic'.v, Judith S, 

.52 Eldridgc St., Springfield 
Rubinstein, Norbert 

12.5 University Rd., Brookline 
Rudman, Harold L. 

91 Carver. Springfield 
Rudnick, Joan L, 

65 Spring St., North Adams 



Kuf, Robert H., Jr, 

Lowell Junction Rd., Bollardvale 
Runstein, Ronald 

20 Lockslcy Rd., Newton 
Rushford, James L. 

5 Bright SI., Northampton 
Russell, Edward K, 

274 Park Ave.. Manhas.set, N. Y. 
Russell, Elizabeth J, 

North Ashburnham Rd., Winchendon 
Russell. Mary F, 

52 Ward Ave., Easthanipton 
Rutlicid, Richard E. 

23 Pasadena Rd., Dorchester 
Ryan, Sheila 

40S School St., Webster 
Sabanty, Posidon G, 
97 Federal St., Lynn 
Sachar, Bruce N, 

51 Sheppard St., Lynn 
St. Martin, Leo I,, Jr, 

1340 Main St., Leicester 
Salloom, Rita J. 

62 Plantation St., Worcester 
Sambade, Joseph 

72 King St., Falmouth 
Sarfaty, Stanley J. 

21 Greystone Rd., Maiden 
Sargent, Sallyann 

1 West St., Worcester 
Savel, William I, 

29 Whitman St., Dorchester 
Savoy, John K. 

26 Euclid Ave., Springfield 
Sawyer, Roger E. 

290 Pleasant St., Dorchester 
Sax, Lawrence J, 

41 Vale St., Chelsea 
Scarafoni, Richard D, 

98 Whittier Ave., Pittsfield 
Schadlick, Albert, Jr, 

107 Boston St., Methuen 
Schneider, Ethel 

69 Tecumseh Dr., Longmeadow 
Schoenberg, Muriel S, 

616 W. Jackson Ave., Bridgeport, 
Conn. 
Schwari, Edith C, 

574 Bergen Ave., Jersey Cit.v. N.J. 
Schwimmer, Walter B. 

23.54-81 St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Scatt, Corrine A, 

9 Park Ave., Monson 
Sears, Gilbert E. 

Sears Rd., Goshen 
Sedgwick, Thomas O. 

East St., Lenox 
Scifer, Joel M, 

34 Rutland St., Hudson 
Sembroski, Florentine C. 

East State St.. Granby 
Seymour. David E. 

1,S4 Marion St., Springfield 
Shank. June E. 

22 Brandon Rd., Milton 
Shannahan, Robert J. 

899 Worthington St., Springfield 
Sharpies, Edward 

AdamsviUe Rd., Central Village 
Shay, Joseph J, 

333 Pelham St., Methuen 
Shea, Mary A, 

6 Taylor St., Holyoke 
Shenk, William D, 

15 Norcross Terr.. Lynn 
Sherbrook, Charlotte N. 

Mendon St., Upton 
Sherman, Jerry B. 

16 Pierce St., Greenfield 
Shores, David L. 

76 High St., Whitman 
Shtrumpfman, Sylvia H, 

Lowell St., Andover 
Shuman, Faith D. 

172 Bainbridge St., Maiden 
Shuster, Estelle D. 

686 Rockdale Ave., New Bedford 
Shute. William F. 

68 Chester St., Arlington 
Siddall, George T,. Jr. 

6 Washington Ave., Hyannis 
Siegmund, Emil G, 

■.n Granite St., Webster 
Silke. Owen D. 



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, s, Herbert W„ Jr. 

260 Water St., Newburyport 
Siinon, Sheldon R, 

1 100 E.ast St., Mansfield 
Simpson, Clarence L. 

Liberi.an Embassy, Washington, 
D. C. 
Sitner, Phyllis 

96 Appleton St.. Springfield 



upton 



.'ichport 
nfield 



Skibiski, Janet 

Elizabeth Rock, Northa 
Skinner, Lois A. 

243 Pleasant St., Marblehead 
Slafsky, Je'rrold G, 

18 Mountain St., Sharon 
Sluckis, Hilda E, 

Hardwick Rd., Barre Plains 
Small, Theodore 

586 Main St., Hai 
Smelins, Silvija 

33 Philips St., Gri 
Smiley, Robert 

Kendall Hill Rd., Sterling 
Smith, Alice 

22 Locust St., New Bedford 
Smith, Barbara J, 

108 Middle St., Braintree 
Smith, George A. 

North Wiishington St., Belchertow 
Smith, James D. 

176 Laurel Rd., W. Springfield 
Smith, Janet G, 

61 Taylor St., Holyoke 
Smith, Richard E, 

112 Ellington St., Longmeadow 
Solomon, Edward 



■ Davis St., Tu 



iFall 



Solomon, Harold W. 

7 Davis St., Turners Palls 
Sottung, Donald H, 

33 Harding St.. Pittsfield 
Sowerby, Robert W, 

2 Stow Rd., Marlboro 
Spahl. Raymond J. 

75 Vale St., Worcester 
Spencer, Frederick A. 

490 Front St., Weymouth 
Sproat, Marilyn J. 

43 High St., Monson 
Stahl, John E, 

12 Tyndale St., Roslindale 
Stahl, Nessa S, 

63 Richmond Ave., Worcester 
Stearns, Elgie L, 

1005 No. Miiine St., Palmer 
Stearns, John S. 

102 Greenacre Ave., Longmeadov 
Stceves, Norman A. 

117 First St., Medford 
Stengle, Charles E. 

105 Falmouth Rd., Arlington 
Steplar. Barbara \. 

17 Lincoln St., Westfield 
Stevens. Shirley A. 

124 Highland Ave., Fitchburg 
Stewart, James R., Jr. 

137 Green St., Melrose 
Stoclibridge, Edward O. 

19 McKinley Terr., Westfield 




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'MW' 



Stone, Herbert 

34 Crawford St., Boston 
Stone, Richard C. 

I Park St., Northboro 
Stoney, Janet 

II Fern St., Lexington 
Stringer, Jean L. ' 

Pond St., Osterville 
Suleski, John R. 

32 Knishtly Rd., N. Hadlev 
SiUlivan, Con.stance J. 

76 Essex St., Lawrence 
SuUivan, Elaine M. 

60 Florence Ave., Norwood 
Sullivan, James F. 

227 Wliite St., SpringBeld 
Sullivan, Joseph T. 

3.5 Rowc St., Milton 
Sullivan, Phyllis \. 

100 Walker St., Falmonth 
Swain, Riehard C. 

97 Farragut Rd., Swanipscott 
Swanson, Donald A., Jr. 

74 Varnam St., .Arlington 
Swartz, Edward M. 

150 Chester Ave., Chelsea 
Swartz, Janice C. 

22 Kinnicut Rd, South, Worcester 
Sweeny, Elizabeth A. 

47 Chesbrough Rd., W. Roxbury 
Sweet, George E. 

20 Forbes St., Westboro 
Swydan, Henry 

61 Hillcroft Ave., Worcester 
Szewczak, Joseph T. 

Meadow Lane, Housatonic 
Szlachetka. Francis L. 

27 Ducharme Ave., Willimansett 
Tague, James A. 

West St., Amherst 
Tarpey, Philip J. 

374 Elm St., Gardner 
Tashjian, Robert C. 

SO Lexington Ave., Cambridge 
Tateosian, Edward 

910 Warren Ave., Brockton 
Taylor, Carol L. 

So Falmouth Rd., W. SpringBeld 
Taylor, Cynthia A. 

12 Lafa.vctte Rd., Salisburv 
Taylor, John L. 

330 No. Main St., Deerfield 
Taylor, Norma L. 

21 Anawan Ave., Saugus 
Taylor, Robert I. 

8 Harvard St. Melrose 
Taylor, Russell C. 

S4 Belmonl St., Whitman 
Teeling, Thomas W., Jr. 

Ifl Buchanan Rd., Salem 
Tenney, Robert E. 

102 Otis St., Medtord 
Tessicini, Maralyn A. 

34 Bancroft Ave,, Milford 



Tcssicr, Norbert A. 

Main St., West Townsend 
Thagard, Alfred D. 

74 Dawes St., Springfield 
Tibbals, Lucy A. 

Mill Rd., Eastham 
Tierney, David J. 

715 West St., Pittsfield 
Tilson. John T. 

Wareham St., South Carver 
Tobiason, Kenneth F. 

191 Newport St., Arlington 
Todt, William E. 

4S2 Granby Rd., S. Hadley Falls 
Tonilian, Richard ,J. 

Springfield Rd., Westfield 
Tompkins, Earle A. 

5 Glendale St., Easthampton 
Tompkins, Marcia 

Pleasant St., S. Natick 
Toomcv, Robert M. 

21 Oakland St.. W. Springfield 
Torchia, Richard R. 

25 Bluff St., Swansea 
Tourvillc, Elizabeth A. 

22 Berkshire St., Ludlow 
Tripp, Raymond P., Jr. 

167 So. M;,in St.. Middleboro 
Trocchi. Koli.rl K. 

42 Austin Si.. liri.lgewater 
Tubman. Jt ffirson L. 

Brewster 
Tucker. Cordon L. 

2133 Tremont Lane, Falls Church,Va 
Tucker. Susan F. 

2133 Tremont Lane, Falls Church, Va 
Tumeinski. Ronald F, 

S72 So. First St., New Bedford 
Turner, Allan H. 

S Willow St., Auburn, Maine 
Tuttle, Marilyn R. 

132 Bainbridge St., Maiden 
Tuttle, Shirley A. 

Southbridge Rd., Warren 
Tynan. Thomas G. 

140 Allen Ave., Newton 
Urquhart. Audrey L. 

205 Pleasant St., E. Walpole 
Utman. Howard W. 

White Oaks Rd., Williamstown 
Vafides. Robert W. 
6.5 Park Ave., Hull 
Vanasse. Norma M. 

2.59 Bridge St., Northampton 
Varnam, Marion F. 

320 South St., Southbridge 
Vaughan, Marjorie J. 

61 Fearing St., .\mberst 
Veilleux, Eugene D. 

22 Perr.v Ave., Lawrence 
Velleman, Mildred B. 

131 Freeman St., Brookline 
Vickerson, James T. 

24 Lincoln Terr., Winthrop 
Viens, Roy L. 

92 Breckwood Blvd., Springfield 
Vitro, Vito F. 

301 Federal St., Greenfield 
Vivier, Ernestine V. 

East Brookfield Rd., N. Brookfield 
Vogel, William C. 

22 St. Jerome Ave., Holyoke 
Wacchter. Nancy R. 

270 Main St., Walpole 
Waite, Donald R. 

12 Clark Ave., Brattleboro, Vt. 
Washburn, Mary C. 

Spring St., Marion 
Waterman, Chandler H. 

703 Pleasant St., Athol 
Watters, Suzanne 

131 Jamieson Rd., Holden 
Waxman, Edward E. 

102 LinvL.n St., Brookline 
WeblMT, Edgar E. 

;J7 Clifton St., Worcester 
WcinlxTg. Jordan 

002 Main St., Haverhill 
Weiner, Edward F. 

IS B.vron Ave., Lawrence 

[298 1 



Wellington, Joan 

3S Summer St., Fitchburg 
Wentworth, Lyie D. 

14 Cottage St., Spencer 
Wesslen, Barbara J. 

Cottage St., W, Brookfield 
Wetterberg, David A. 

53 Summer St., Andover 
Whalen, John R. 

19 Bo.vlston St., Pittsfield 
White, Barbara J. 

Ludlow Country Club, Ludlow 
White, Cynthia M. 

977 No. Pleasant St., Amherst 
White. Janet A. 

12 Warwick St., Worcester 
White. Jeanne E. 

Centre St., Vineyard Haven 
White. Kathleen M. 

977 No. Pleasant St., Amherst 
White. Robert F. 

Box 475, Mount Hermon 
Whittcmore, Joan M. 

R.F.D. No. 3, Amherst 
Wilde. Kenneth K. 

11 Chickering St., Pittsfield 
Winiker, Rosaline 

Norfolk Rd.. Millis 
Wirth, Peter C. 

10 E. Leland St., Chevy Chase, Md. 

79 L:,,n'l. s't . SmithHadley Falls 
Wollc. Ki,liar<l II. 

N.ulh 1,,.h!;v;l..1 Rd., Southwick 
WolfT. Richard G. 

202 East 93rd St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Wood, Dean C. 

92 Bromfield St., Ncwburyport 
Wood, Judith P. 

143 Main St., Shelburne Falls 
Wood, Raymond H., Jr. 

99 So. Main St., Middleboro 
Wood, Shirley I. 

153 Veazie St., North Adams 
Woodbury. Paul W. 

155 High St., Southbridge 
Woodworth, Clyde A. 

34 .James Ave., Northampton 
Woolley. David R. 

166 Converse St., Longmeadow 
Wroblcski. Edward W. 

26 Knipfer Ave., Easthampton 
Wvman. Nancy B. 

493 Auburn St., Auburndale 
Yesu, Frank 

54 Clement St., Springfield 
Zaborowski. Bernard S. 

2S Manhan St., Northampton 
Zaft, Cynthia 

134 Dawes St., Lawrence 
Zais, Joel F. 

1570 Robeson St., Fall River 
Zaikind. Clinton S. 

SI Warburton St., Fall River 
Zelickman, Martin S. 

68 Oakland St., Lowell 




Freshmen 




FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 
ers. Sturtovant, Robideaii. Canav 



Freshman year in college — 
what varied connotations that 
phrase has, depending on whether 
or not you have yet experienced it. 
The first break with the past is 
made, and each freshman is very 
much on his own — and is aware 
of it ! The past which was a neat 
pattern of family, school and home 




town is exchanged for a new and 
confusing present in which the 
pattern will not be apparent for 
quite a while, and the value of 
which is taken on hearsay. Of 
com"se, the past intrudes comfort- 




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ably on the present through letters, 
old friends and old habits, but so 
many new things have to be met 
and understood. New people, au- 
thorities, ideas, all clamor for 
attention. Even a letter home is 
hard to fit into the schedule, 
although sending it is the only way 
to receive its eagerly awaited reply, 
which is really valued more for the 
certainty it brings of there being 
an luichanging family back home 
than for news of what the siblings 
are doing. What is being done here 
is more important and interesting, 
for here is the world, waiting to be 
conquered. Some of the glory is 



Tense moment 




dimmed by curfews and light rules, 
hazing and upperclass superiority, 
but freshmen are a confident in- 
vading army, demanding to be 
conquered and initiated into the 




fraternity of college students and 
shown the waj^ to wisdom. They 
may not be quite certain which 
shrine they will worship at, but 
they are willing to consider several. 
Required courses are met, to be 
passed and be over with; some 
social affairs are to be attended, 
and some to be enjoyed. New 
friends eventually turn into people 
similar in habits and social posi- 
tion. Housemothers, deans and 
seniors, once integrated into the 
freshman's new pattern of living. 



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Boys will be boys 



finally settle down to normal pro- 
portions. Then the frosh can 
breathe, see themselves m perspec- 
tive and begin to be students. 

At vacation time, the past and 
present exchange places. The fresh- 
men can now talk with authority 
about their college experiences, 
precious because feai-ed and faced 
alone. They are now bigger people 



in the old settings. At home they 
are men with advice for prospec- 
tive freshmen. 

Returning to the dorm is now 
a routine and pleasantly independ- 
ent experience. But there are still 
perplexing things which make the 
freshmen feel inadequate. No one, 
they feel, could have learned in 
eighteen years all that is recjuired 



lids at Round Robii 




FRESHMEN 



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INTERDORM COUNCIL 
Back Row: Greaney, Cunningham, Canavan, Bowers. Sturtevant, Fredo 
Front Row: Wiseman, Peirce, Lcclair, Donaldson, Toko, Robideau 



by some subjects, or all the social 
ritual that is expected some eve- 
nings. But they are still the con- 



quering army, confident of being 
conquered by college. 



Teatime at Lewis 




FRESHMEN 



303 




Abbott, Philip F. 

188 Orange St.. Atbol 
Abercroinbie, John E.. Jr. 

4 Hidden Rd., Andover 
Abrahamson, Howard R. 

91 Prospect Hill Rd., Waltham 
Abrams, Bennett M. 

89 Franklin Ave.. Revere 
Adams. Doris A. 

9 Beaver St., Beverly 
Adatns, Robert A. 

24 Arlington St., Rockland 
Adamskv, Chester E. 

221 Main St.. Spencer 
Adler, Davina B. 

14 Porter Rd.. Waltham 
Agserup, Lois G. 

59 Upland St., SpringEeld 
Ahern, Carole F. 

35 Congress St., Green6eld 
Aho, Paul E. 

5 Powers Ct., Worcester 
Alaconis, Donald J. 

Schoolhouse Rd.. Tolland 
Albanis, Charles L. 

70 Rock St., Lowell 
.Alberts, Audrey C. 

t) Morseland Ave., Newton Cenlr. 
Alcock, Robert 

697 Elm St., W. Springfield 
.\ldcn. Dorothy L. 

Aucoot Rd.. Mattapoisett 
Allen, Eleanor 

6 Smith St., Amherst 
Allen, Maurice F., Jr. 

22 Oakland St., W. Springfield 
.Ames. Donald F. 

1013 N. Pleasant St.. Amherst 
Ames, Robert T. 

1013 N. Pleasant St., .\mherst 
Aniidon. Patricia A. 

761 Grove St., Worcester 
Amor, Paula 

218 So. Main St.. Gardner 
Anderson, Barbara J. 

24 Brierwood Lane, Norwood 
.\nderson, June 

43 Pine Ridge Rd., Arlington 
Arms. Richard 

Deerfield 
Aronno. Robert J. 

258 Boston Ave.. Medford 
Ashlev. Charles M. 

Seymour St., Berkley 
Atkins, .Arthur R. 

Brook St., Plympton 
Atkinson. Barbara E. 



Fri 



Alv 



John M. 



nghs 



Winnetka. 111. 
Av.rv. Donald K. 

No'rih River Rd.. Colrain 
Avkanian. Ara A. 

■43 Mazarin St., Indian Orchard 
Bahh. RoBcr S. 

?;! Ml. rrospccl St., Bridgewater 
Backi.-I. Milcliie T. 

2,s Kill, SI.. Ilalfield 
Bail.v. Arthur E. 

521'South St., Pittsficld 



Bailey, Robert W. 

7 Reynolds St., New Bedford 
Bailey, Sylvia M. 

Brewster Rd., Kingston 
Bairstow. Robert N. 

109 Carson Ave.. DaltoD 
Baker. Rexford V. N. 

147 Central St.. Auburn 
Baker. Sylvia M. 

331 Lake Ave., Newton Highlands 
Balaguer, John E., Jr. 

47 Buffington St., Somerset 
Baldasari, Paul F. 

11 South St., Walpole 
Ballard, .\rthur J., Jr. 

11 Allen St., Northboro 
Ballonotr. Arnold M. 

225S Demington Dr.. Cleveland 
Heights. Ohio 
Banas, Bernard J. 

66 West St.. Hadley 
Baptista, Joaquim 

562 Mt. Pleasant St.. New Bedford 
Barca, Peter J. 

29 St. John St., Boston 
Barnard, William W. 

162 Allston St., W. Medford 
Barrett, Peter J. K. 

7 Albany St., Quincy 
Barrette, Claude J. 

143 Taconic St. Great Barrington 
Barrv, Claire M. 

163 Gilbert Ave., Springfield 
Barry, WiUiam B. 

270 Arcadia Blvd., Springfield 
Bartlett, Joan C. 

657 Dewey St., W. Springfield 
Barton, Barbara J. 

141 Field Rd., Longmeadow 
Basiliere, Donald \. 

17 Kellv St., Haverhill 
Battista, Elio 

120 Summer St., Somerville 
Battistella. Roger M. 

41 Beech St., Fitchburg 
Bauchiero, Frank E. 

122 Hamburg St., Springfield 
Bayon. Joan M. 

45 Pleasant St., Holyoke 
Bearce, Charlene .4nne 

87 Porter St., Melrose 
Beaubien, David J. 

85 Main St., Millers Falls 
Bechan, Richard W. 

3 Bechan's Rd., Oakham 
Beldan, William E., Jr. 

Falmouth Rd.. Centerville 
Belisle, Albert W. 

333 Union St , Millis 
Belz. Beverly A. 

390 Bridge St., Northampton 
Bemben, Stanley M. 

17 Brookline Ave., Westfield 
Bennett, Patricia L. 

119 White Oak Rd., Springfield 
Bent, Leslie A. 

8S W. Broadway, Gardner 
Berg. Frances C. 

18 Cascade Ave.. Lowell 
Bergeron, Dolores L. X, 

31 River St., Northboro 
Bergman. Robert K. 

43 Gibbon St., Marlboro 
Berlin, Naomi 

37 Park Vale Ave., Allston 
Berman, Stanley G. 

21 Alden St., Quincy 
Bernat, Frances S. 

60 Summer St., Adams 
Bernstein. Louis M. 

76 Franklin St., Peabody 
Beroll, Lorraine 

9 Pomona Rd.. Worcester 



Besi 



Ba 



Mil. 



ett CI 



Bianchi, John 

8S Liberty St., Fall River 
Biclawa, Henry W. 

33 Luther St., Chicopee 
Billicux, Paul D. 

113 Market St., Northampto 
Birchcnough, Albert W. 

R.F.D. No. 1, P.almer 

[304] 



Birbeck, Eleanor 

R.F.D. No. 1, N. Stoninglon. Coi 
Bisbee, John H. 

152 Highland Ave., Athol 
Bishop. DollolT F. 

20 Landon Circle Lvnn 
Blair. Carol D. 

108 Highland Ave.. Somerville 
Blaisdell. John L. 

U. of ^I. Farmhouse, Amherst 
Blanchard, Barbara E. 

309 Park St., W. Springfield 
Blanchard, Hilda J. 

Thompson St., Middleboro 
Blanchard, Paul A, 

338 Walden St.. Cambridge 
Blanchard, Philip G. 

85 Dartmouth St., Holyoke 
Blanchfield, John P. 

320 Springfield St., Chicopee 
Blatchley, Donald M. 

187 Varick Rd., Waban 
Bliss, Theodore E. 

156 Mt. Hermont St. Winchester 
Bloomiield, Richard D. 

76 Hamilton Ave.. Haverhill 
Blossom. Fred C. 

139 Border St.. Cohasset 
Blumit, Dezija B. 

31 North St., Randolph 
Bochman, Raymond A. 

76-A Prichard Ave., Somerville 
Bolles. Richard B. 

28 Meriam St., Lexington 
Bolt. Richard A. 

52 High St.. Haverhill 
Bombard. Richard I. 

362 South St.. Northampton 
Bombardier. Valerie A. 

49 Davenport St., North Adams 
Bothwcll. WiUiam F. 

21 Bridge St., Gilbertville 
Boucher, Brian G. 

482 Cottage St., New Bedford 
Bowers. Harold J. 

01 Thatcher St., Brookline 
Bowler, Joanne E. 

126 Northampton Rd., Amherst 
Bowman, Robert L. 

193 Spring St., .\rIington 
Boyd, Laurene A. 

166 Woburn St., Reading 
Boyd, Vance E. 

699 Shaker Rd., Longmeadow 
Boyden. Elwin R. 

172 Summer St.. S. Walpole 
Bovie, Marylee F. 

190 Lewis Rd., Belmont 
Brackney, Alfred P. 

47 Colton Ave., W. Springfield 
Bradshaw, Bette H. 

6 Richmond St., Cheshire 
Braverman, Verna R. 

36 Pasadena Rd.. Roxbury 
Brcner, Barbara J. 

25 Loring St., Newton Centre 
Brennan, Robert D. 

196 Sargeant St., Holyoke 
Brice, Cynthia J. 

204 Ashley St., W. Springfield 
Bridgham. Patricia J. 

Soule Ave., Duxbury 
Briggs, Carlton M., Jr. 

1150 West St., Mansfield 
Briggs, Philip T. 

89 Front St., Weymouth 
Brigham, Joan B. 

Leland Hill Rd., Sutton 
Britt, Dorothy J. 

13 Maple St., .\mherst 
Broide. Evelyn S. 

lis Mora St., Dorchester 
Bronshton. Ralph D.. Jr. 
Peabody 



Br 



Da 



id *:. 



Winchendon 
Brown. Donald C. 

61 Ucan St.. Islington 
Brown, Erma B. 

SO Baker St., Lynn 
Brown. Peter J. 

97 Cochrane St., Melro.se 



Brown, Spero V. 

20 Bench St., ManclicsUT 
Brushwnj, IMarinii J. 

\r, Uphnul R,l.. L.e.ls 
BucU. .laiii.^. ^1.. .Ir. 

2,S(i Clu-slinil SL. Cliiilon 
Bucisalu. <.luirl,> I). 

\\\.sl Fiiiilis. Ni.rlliiiinploil 
Biulriau. Ualph C. 

71 Kulaxv Ave, Lynn 
BiilToll. Gordon 1'.. 

9 Ciosln- Ril., Waki-li.-ld 
Bukcr. Fred M. 

7 I'nrk SI., Lynn 
Bullock. Barbara M. 

70 ^Linlrosi' SI. Springfield 
Burbank. .lu.lith A. 

■* Na\aNi.l:i .\\,-. Worcester 
Biirsc»>. Uob.rl I.. .|r. 

Purcha.^i- St.. S. Easton 
Burke, Micbacl .1. 

LSO Monlafine Kil., N. .\mlicrst 
Burn. Heather J. 

il Mechanic Si., iLirhlchead 
Burr, David D. 

:i7« North St., Dalton 
Burstein, .Joyce M. 

UK; Miiha .\v,,, Springfield 
Busl.ev. Barbara , I. 

7,sii Slain SI.. Shrewsbury 
Butler, Stewart K. 

77 Nonotuck St.. Holyoke 
CahiU, Bartholomew J. 
4S Exeter St.. Lawrence 
Cain, EUen 

34 Congress Ave., Holyoke 
CaldwcU, Chester B. 

10 Everett St.. JIelro.se 
Calkins, Dwisht F. 

01 Randall St.. Palmer 
CaUahan. .lohu N. 

12.") Ashiielot St., Dalton 
Cameron, Malcolm A. 

35 South St., BridRcwater 
Campbell, Judith H. 

Lyman School, Westboro 
Campos, John B., Jr. 

59 Tuckernuck Ave.. Oak Bluffs 
Canavan, John J., Jr. 

20 Bellevue Rd., Braintree 
Candiloro, Theodore A. 

90 Liberty St., North Adams 
Cantor, Herbert 

102-09 62 Ave., Forest Hills, N. Y. 
Caouette. Damase Z. 

School St., Montague 
Caplin, Ruth S. 

7 Astrid Ave., Worcester 
Carande, John D. 

273 Reed St., Rockland 
CardeUo, Joseph A. 

85 Lexington St., Lawrence 
Carlson, Donald G. 

63S Trapelo Rd., Waltham 
Carlson, Ronald W. 

17 Inwood Rd., Auburn 
Carney, Jean M. 

09 Richardson Rd., Melrose 
Caron, Evelyn J- 

9 Maple St., South Hadley Falls 
Caron, Laura IM. 

S Maple St., Gloucester 
Carson, Richard O. 

Oakdale Ave., Marion 
Carter, Diane B. 

123 Bay View Ave., Salem 

14 Saxon Rd., Worcester 
Casey, Constance IM. 

199S Westfield St., W. Springfield 
Casey, Marv P. 

253 Gillette Ave, Springfield 
Caswell, David R. 

Plymouth R.F.D. No. 3, Middlebo 
Gate, Charles C. 

33 Park St., Shrewsbury 
Caton, Wayne 

3S1 Court St., Plymouth 



Caverly, David A. 

Lowe's Lane, Ipswich 
Chabot, Donald L. 

310 Elm St., N. Attlebo 



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Cbapi 



illi 



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N. Alllel.i 
■ ilia 



m l>rcsi,l.-,.l Ave., Fall River 
C.liarni. VSinitred M. 

n; Wallinnfor,! Ud., Brighton 
(■.l.a>e. Itradtord S. 

-Hi Ban. an, SL, Taunton 
(■.base. O.bssa C. 

S,.hool Sl„ Chatham 
Cbatis. Jor.lan G. 

7 llavirlnll St., Mcthucn 
«;helil/.. Maurice 

7 Uose.lale Si., Boston 
C.beuev.F.slelleC. 

1(11 I'olrv .\\'e.. Somerset 
C.bipu.a.i: K^elyuE. 

l.-,l WasluUL-lon St., Pcabody 
(.llli~yc/,^U. Barbara A. 

Maple Si. . Norlh Bellingham 
C.hristiau. Ja.ues B. 

■JI17 Whilin^. Ave.. De.lhain 
Gburnick. Naucv B. 

230 Bonad Rd., Chestnut Hill 
Cimonetti, Frank L. 

130 Furnace St., North Adams 
Clapp, James B. 

Au.lubou Rd., Leeds 
(lark. .laniccM. 

.-, (;oadard Ave., Turners Falls 
Glarridse, Chester H. 

202 Purchase St., Milford 
Clement, Edward D. 

35 Summer St., Fairhaven 
Cloutier, Paul P. 

90 Hampshire St., Holyoke 
Cloutier, Roger J. 

13 West St., N. Attleboro 
Cobb, PhyUis M. 

101., Gustin Ave., Attleboro 
Cohen, Janet M. 

12.'i Rosella St., Dorchester 
Cohen. Leon M. 

159 Nichols St., Everett 
Colburn, Carlton B., Jr. 

102 Rockland St., Natick 
Cole, Douglas L. 

S3 Spring St., Lexington 
Cole, George F. 

«1 South St., Plainville 
CoUins, Albert T. 

100 Nightingale Ave., Quincy 
Colodny, Benjamin W. 

27 Union St., Greenfield 
Conlon, Daniel A. 

00 Abbott St., Lawrence 
Conroy, Robert E. 

14 Bell Rd., N. Brookfield 
Constantino, George E. 

155 Forest St., Medford 
Conway, Peter W. 

32 Shelburne St., Greenfield 
Cook, Joan S. 

North Plain Rd., Housatonic 
Cook, John F. ^^ „ ,^ 

43 Bardwell St., South Hadley la 
Cook. Ronald B. 

2 Ruskin St., W. Roxbury 
Coon, Robert M. 

13 Highland PI., Needham 
Cooper, Edward A. 

42 King St., Monrovia, Liberia 
Corey, Robert J. 

25 Harding Ave., Belmont 
Corkum, TerriU M. 

41 Washington St., Stoneham 
CorneR, Sandra 

4S Locust St., Danvers 
Corrigan, Michael T. 

31 Tilden Bd., Scituate 
Coskren, Maryann P. 

178 Saratoga St., Lawrence 
Cote, William E. 

263 Meadow St., Agawam 
Couglln, James L. 

1034 Massachusetts Ave., North 
Adams 
Cousineau, Barbara X. 

16 Bay View Ave., Danvers 
Coutiure, Donald P. 

108 Trowbridge St., Cambridge 
Cowal, Claudia T. 

16 Burncoat St., W^orcester 
Coyle. Nancy A. 

20 Front St., Weymouth 

[305 1 



Crawlor.l. Uiobard G. 

88 \V. Main SI., Ware 
Crooks, K, n.u 11. H. 

Happv Grnxc Sclu.ol, Hectors 1 
Rd., .lamaica. B.W.I. 
Crosby, Patricia A. 

S3 Humphrey St.. Marblehead 
Grouse, John L. 

172 t'pland Rd.. Sharon 
Crowell. Selli II. 

33 Sesiiil lid,. K. Dennis 
Cudak. Bernard S. 

5 G.alrk SI.. Adams 
CuRiuaii, H..> It., Jr. 

4 (iar.len ; 



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glield 
, Robert (J. 

38 l.i.w.ll SI,, liraintree 
Curlev. IMiilil. ^. 

403 'Highland St., Milton 
Currier, Helen A. 

47 Brighton Rd., Worcester 
Curry, David W. 

110 Haven Ave., Chicopee 
Cutler, Ethel B. 

27 St. Elmo Rd., Worcester 
Dallas, Patricia A. 

IS Linden Ave., Greenfield 
Dal/.cll, Eugene W., Jr. 

156 E. New Lenox Rd., Pittsfield 
Dana-Bashian, Philip 

19 Craig PI., Brookline 
Danaher, WiHiam K. 

51 Trafton Rd.. Springfield 
Dane, Charles H. 

Smith Rd.. Ashfield 
Daniels, Muriel B. 

154 Francis A-ve,, Pittsfield 
Darlington, John F. 

51 Cypress Ave., Methuen 
Davis, Allura M. 

2 Cliff Rd., Hingham 
Davis, Claire M. 

195 Florence St., Melrose 
Davis, Clinton V., Jr. 

5 Pearl St.. N. Dighton 
Davis, Martha J. 

12 Homer St., Springfield 
Day. Donald J. 

265 Temple St., W. Roxbury 
Deame, David A. 

277 West St., Pittsfield 
Dean, John T. 

7 Corser St., Holyoke 
Decarolis, Anthony J. 

94 Graham St., Leominster 
DeGraw, Andrew E. 

Sandwich 
Delroey, Claire E. 

20 Pearl St., S. Braintree 
DeValle, Robert J. 

17 Glen St., S. Natick 
Devlin, Richard E. 

31 Warren St., N. Abington 
Dik, David W. 

South Row Rd., Townsend 
DiProfio, James R. 

9 Harrison Ave., Westboro 




Dirks, LcRoy II. 

5S Nichols St., Danvers 
Dixon. Donald L. 

S3 Pheasant Hill St., "West wood 
Dixon. Thelma M. L. 

53 Pheasant Hill, Westwood 
Dlugln, Carole L. 

26S5 University Ave., New York, 
N. Y. 
Doherty, Charles T. 

State Rd., Richmond 
Doiron, Peter M. 

South Main St., Centerville 
Doll, Linda L. 

12 Beach St., Newtonville 
Donald, Robert W. 

43 Albermarle St., Springfield 
Donald, WiUiam K., Jr. 

Meadow Lane, Lancsboro 
Donaldson, Edward H. 

200 Forest St., Winchester 
Donnelly, Anne M. 

IS Thomas Ave., Holyoke 
Dooley, Mary E. 

206 -\llvn St., Holvoke 
Dowell, Chloe M. 

12 West St., Gilbertville 
Downes, Anna E. 

Huntington 
Downs, Robert A. 

South St., Douglas 
Dudcck, Roger L. 

90 Edendale St., SpringfieUl 
Dugas. Arthur J. 

Curtis Hill Rd., Charlton Depot 
Duggan, Edward .J. 

200 Chestnut St., E. Longmeadow 
Dumais, Richard A. 

19 Caro St., Worcester 
Dunham, Carol .J. 

54 Walker St., N. Quincv 
Dunham, James J. 

21 Spadina Pkwy,, Pittsficld 
Dunlavy, Mary F. 

62 Standish Rd., Wellesley 
Durgan, Virginia E. 

106 Cedar St., Framingham 
Dusel, Irma K. 

71 Alden St.. Lynn 
Dushman, Allan 

5 Arlington St., Brockton 
Duval, Joyce A. 

13 Pine St., Wheelwright 
Eberwein, Robert V. 

52 Commonwealth Ave., PiLlsfield 
Egan, James F. 

20 High St., E. Longmeadow 
Eid, Richard N. 

55 Cohasset St., Worcester 
Eliot, Charles C. 

32 Greenwood Ave., Wollaston 
Ellsas, Lila C. 

356 Whipple St., Fall River 
Erickson, Ann 

Center St., Segreganset 
Ernest, Jane V. 

North Chicopee St., Fairview 
Estes, Albert T., Jr. 

329 Sunset Hill St., Fall River 




Estrella, George B. 

30 Vestal St., Fall River 
Evans, Robert S. 

312 Miller St., Ludlow 
Everest, Anne E. 

85 Ridge Ave., Pittsfield 
Farley, Donald L. 

34 Whitman St., Willii 
Farragher, Thomas A. 

65 Carmel Rd., Andover 
Farrcll, Clarence F. 

2S0 Prospect St., Stoughton 
Faulkner, Robert J, 

10 Wood St., Northampton 
Faunce, Chester A. 

2 East Dover St., Nantucket 
Fedier, John .J, 

1057 Main St., Agawam 
Feeley, Brenda M. 

82 Richfield Rd., Arlington 
Feingold, Sandra Y. 

65 Capen St., Dorchester 
Fcldman, Neal M. 

70 Pond St., Natick 
Felipe, Cecelia C. 

147 Oliver St., Fall River 
Fcltus, John F. 

Blandford Rd., Woronoco 
Ferber. Michael L. 

1225 Jladison Ave., L.lkewood, N. J. 
Fcrland. Norman E. 

5 Haviland St., Boston 
Ferrarini, Theresa A. 

232 Walnut St., N. Agawam 
Field. Richard W. 

Walnut St.. Berlin 
Finley, William II. 

379 Andover St., Danvers 
Finn. Robert K. 

KK Market St., Northampton 
Fisher, Irwin M. 

13(1 Seaver St., Boston 
Fisler, Frances L. 

105 Park St., N. Attleboro 
Fitzpatrjck, Ronald B. 

5 Westland Ave., Chelmsford 
Flavin, John P. 

25 Forest Ave., Greenfield 
Fletcher, Robert B. 

57 Highland St., Southbridge 
Florini, June K. 

1664 So. Church St., N. Adams 
Flynn, Mariorie A. 

291 Lake Ave., Newton Highlands 
Folsom, Donald O. 

50 Linnet St., W. Roxbury 
Fontana, Victor J., Jr. 

Hinsdale 
Forbes, Jean 

43 Locust St., Attleboro 
Ford, Paul V. 

279 First P.arish Rd., Scituate 
Ford, Robert O. 

563 Tyler St., Pittsfield 
Forman, Ho-ward W. 

.504 Washington St., Brookline 
Fouhv. Edward M. 

9 A"viil.,ii IM.. Milton 
Fournirr. J,.-.,.,.h A. L. 

27.-I Park Si.. Hol,yoke 
Francis, Mary L. 

673 Washington St., Brighton 
Francis, Robert W. 

41 Northrop St., Hoped.ale 
Franks, Beverly E. 
^ 17 Howland St., Boston 
Frawley, Eileen 

53 Central St., Turners Falls 
Fraicr, Robert B. 

109 Walnut St., Leominster 
Fredctte, Norman H. 

305 Franklin Rd., Fitchburg 
FredricUson. Henry J. 

M F,.irsl SI., S. Wevmoulh 



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lil- \r„l,,„ SL, Brookline 
ri-.ll..;:. SI,, ih, II. 

-n :■, -J -t . Il,,.„klvn, N. Y. 

r,-,.,. 1>:,,.I, M.. ,Ir. 

x:, (l~\\.u'i> M . Springfield 
ri.-d.iiliirg. Marilyn D. 

21(1 Ml. Hope PI., New York, Ne^ 

York 
risch, Elizabeth A. 

1S6 Montgomery Ave., Pittsfield 

[306 1 



Fritz, Ma 

24 Normandy St., Dorchester 
Frizzell, Donald G. 

Parsons St., Colbrook, N. H. 
Frye, Walter C, Jr. 

21 Ocean St., N. Quincy 
Fuller, Clare E. 

53 South St., Northampton 
Gale, John H. 

Helvetia St., Tewksbury 
Galvin, Elizabeth A. 

Millers Falls Rd., Turners Falls 
Gamblin, Johnston A. 

Box 105, R.F.D., Lancaster 
Ganss, Gloria M. 

44 Taft St., W. Newton 
Gardner, Robert C. 

157 West St., Reading 
Gardner, Robert F. 

44 Springfield St.. Wilbraham 
Gates, Donald D. 

94 Fenno St., Revere 
Gaziano, Joseph S. 

24 Ricker Rd., Newton 
Gelinas, Donald A. 

122 Pine St., Chicopee Falls 
Gervk, Florian G. 

14 Hudson St., Easthampton 
Gervk, Robert L. 

14" Hudson St., Easthampton 
Gctchell, Benjamin W. 

34 Northend Ave., Salem 
Gibb, Robert B. 

23 Birch St., Ludlow 
Gibbs, Robert E. 

55 School Ave., Stoughton 
Gibowicz, Charles J. 

214 Elm St., Greenfield 
Gifford, Carol E. 

2040 Wilbraham Rd., Springfield 
Gillander, John R. 

62 Worcester St., W. Boylston 
Gionfriddo, Nora V. 

31 Portland St., Holyoke 
Glendon, Lowell M. 

ISl Housatonic St., Dalton 
Glickman, Carole 

55 Arnold St., Westfield 
Glowka, Christine H. 

39 Pine St., N. Bellingham 
Gobeille, Louis G. 

316 Stanton Ave., Huntington 
Godner, Marvin J. 

112-41 68 Dr., Forest Hills, N. Y. 
Goldberg, Myron L. 

13 Garner St., Chelsea 
Golden, Geraldine A. 

265 Dwight Ext., Springfield 
Goldman, Carol N. 

153 Salem St., Maiden 
Goldschmidt, Joel L. 

97 Cedarhurst Ave,, Cedarhurst, 
N. Y. 
Goldstein, Carole D. 

4068 Bedford Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Goldstein, Eleanor B. 

57 HixviUe Rd., N. Dartmouth 
Goldstone, Richard S. 

55 Bloomingdale St., Chelsea 
Golian, Joseph M. 

712 So. Beech St., Syracuse, N. Y. 
Goodell, Roberta M. 

Cad well St., Pelham 
Gooding, Priscilla J. 

132 Central St., Hudson 
Goodman, Charles 

5 La Grange Terr., Lynn 
Goodman. Richard A. 

269 Lnnghill St.. Springfield 
Gordons!, ill. Viiiold S. 

101 Al.hoM SI . Springfield 
Gorman, .lanu- It. 

32 Oberlii. St., Worcester 
Gorman, Jeanio M. 

6 Chapel St.. N. Wilbraham 
Goulart, Patricia A. 

.58 Maple St., Gn-cniield 
Gould, IhiioUl NV. 

R.F.I), \u. 2, Slulhurne Falls 



15 NelsiiM SL., Clinton 
Graham, Betty L. 

18 Jefferson St., Natick 
Grahn, Sally E. 

2 Paradox Dr.. Worcestc 



III. Ilrttvlnii 

;.-, M.un Si.. \Vi 
v.'l. Kohiixl K. 



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Ill C.irlan.l SI., Chelsea 
r.H-.u-. Iticliard K. 

L':il S.Milh St.. Bnmkline 
r.-oiisloiii. Jiick J. 

N Kils.vtli U.I.. Brooklim 
^rt-fiiwood. nou^las E. 

liL' Sniiimil .\vi-.. .\tli«l 
;riiliii. Mma M. 



Gross. Fr 



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M. 



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Gross, .lai- -. 

(-.7 Milton St.. Nortlu 
Gross. Oi.a I.. 

i:i7:! Bo\woo<l Or. E., Hewlett, X. 
Groill. Via 



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. Foxboro 
.V, Co 



Gu;:li.lino. Holiert 

:il7 (l;ik St., Waterbur 
Gumniow. Beatrice E. 

a.i South St., \V. Bridgcwatet 
Gunii. Roberta M. 

;l Liberty St., Ipswieh 
Gurncy. Joyce A. 

Countv Rtl., E. Freetown 
Guvcr. Barbara .J. 

oS Uneklaii.l SI . Springfield 
Hadro. Kd«ard M. 



42:; i; 



Lii.llo 



Hall. Frai.kliii K. 

6S Franklin St., Stoughton 
HaB, Lee H. 

6.5 W. High St., Avon 
Hallett. Donald R. 

72 Westford Circle. Springfield 
Halloraii. Donna M. 

14t; Federal St., Northampton 
Hancock, Thomas J. 

131 Conant Rd., Melrose 
Handv, Carol B. 

1 Pl'easant Ct., Marblehead 
Hannon, Janice N. 

:i4 Housatonic St., Lee 
Hannula. Charlotte I. 

2.5S Union St., Gardner 
Hanson. Donald W. 

Ho Whiting Xve., Dedham 
Hardy. Frederick 

153 Boxford St., Lawrence 
Harnch. Judith L. 

72 Lime St., Newbu^vport 
Harrigan, John J. 

42 Phoenix St„ Springfield 
Harrington, Neal J. 

1.5 Card .\ve„_WestKood 
Harris, Marjorie A.. 

1 Meadow Dr.. Woodmere, L. I., 
N. Y. 
Harts, Marilyn J. 

70 Brattle St., Cambridge 



Har 



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R,F.'D. No. 1, Fitchburg 
Haskins, Patricia J. 

Taunton R.F.D. No. 3, Liikevdle 
Hassell, John J. 

17014 Harvard St., Cambridge 
Hastings. Ralph L. 

Nelson Point, Shrewsbury 
Hawkins, Dwight H. 

94 lilm St., Greenfield 
Haworth. Robert B. 

R F D. No. 1, Guiles Rd., Lincoln 
ivard. Harold W. 



Fou 



• St., S. Easton 



Hazard. Barbara J. 

110 Ohio kve.. W. Springfield 
Hcarn, Kenneth F., Jr. 

Edg.irtown Rd., Vineyard Hav 



■ laii. i'anl E. 

; WiisloriL-lon SI.. Uorclu-slr 
e. K..l.erl It. 

.IrlMinn St.. Xorlli .\. la MIS 
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ill w r.iiu ,. 

lii;Kiiis, Uol.erl L. 

J2 Vine llrnok Rd., Lcxinglo 
lilu■kle^. Diane F. 

IS \\;,;i,i,iL'l..n Ave.. Hvanni 
liiidh'. Maillia J. 

.■._'.-. Ilaillr, St.. Hadlev 
litil^e. I)a^i.l B. 

Rd., Wil!)raha 



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H.I . Maltapoisett 
llilelieock. Barbara-Jane 

21 Crest SI., Springfield 
Hitchcock. John L. 

llil.i Southl.ranch Pkwy., Sprir 
Holier. Ronnie R. 

:;n..\ Fr.-.l.-riek St.. Framinghai 
llolTman. \rlhur II. 

II Culler Si., \Vinlhr.>p 
llolbrouk. Martha L, 

Hi Brit'lil-i.le Ave., Shrewsbur.\ 
Holden. Kichar.l F. 

77 Gardner St.. Hingham 
Horgan, Marjorie -\. 

1 Corset St., Holyoke 
Horn, Robert C. 

31 Dougl.as St., Rockland 
Hoss, William F. 

37 Summer St., Rockland 
Houghton, Richard W. 

West St., Chesterfield 
House, Joan M. 

20 Ludlow St., Worcester 
Howard. Douglas A. 

40 Mauhan St., Northampton 
Howlett, Robert A. 

23 Pleasant St., Medfield 
Hubbard, William H. 

41 Revere St.. Boston 
Hudson, Norman W. 

190 Wa.^hiugton St., Glouceste: 
lliit'lies. J.iseph M. 

9:; S.h.H.l St.. Belmont 
llultnian. Janet E. 

23li Walnut St., Abington 
Hunt. May I. 

Granby Rd., Granville 
Hunter, Nancy J. 

Lincoln St., Brookficld 
Hurst, Sandra M. 

23 Mall St., Lynn 
Hutchins, Russell M. 

24 No. Main St., Raynham Ce 
Hver. Robert A. 

"1.57 Cottage St., Athol 
lampcetro. Philip C 

49 Vine St., Middleboro 
Ingram, Walter J. 

35-34 84 St., Jackson Heights, 1 
Itcbkowitz, Charles E. 

S6 Ballou A.ve., Dorchester 
Jack, Doug 



.soit St., Northi 
Jackson, MoUy C. 

94 Ferry St., Easthampton 
Jacobson, John 

222 Pleasant St., Brookline 
Jacobson, Robert 

91 Westminster Rd., E. W( 
Jacobson, Roy O. 

S Upland Rd., Stoneham 
Jacobson, Sandra 

474 Maple St„ Holyoke 
Jacoboson, Virginia L. 

16 Summer St., Middlebori 
James. Felix C. Jr. 

Huntington Rd., Russell 
Jarvela, Nina L. 

Collidge, Fitchburg 
Jaworck. Margaret R. 

45 Maple St., M.irlboro 
Johnson, .\nita L. 

42 Elmlawn Rd., Braintree 
Johnson, Carolyn C. 

307 Dean St., Norwood 
Johnson, Donald J. 

41 Forest St., Fitchburg 

[307 1 



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Jol,.,~..n. I. ,<„;:,■ v.. .Ir. 

Miim M,. W. l!;iii|s|;il,le 
Johnson. Harry i.. Jr. 

10 11. .111. I. Ill SI.. M...lwav 
Johnson. Shirley L. 

317 Bnrncoat St., Worcester 
Jones, Jacqueline A. 

30 Dustin St., Peabody 
,lordan, Barbara L. 

2,S Park St., Pittsfield 
Joy. Doris J. 

142 Chilton St., Belmont 
J..lian. John F. 

3S2 Union St., Leominster 
Juskiewici, Phyllis A. 

129 Prospect St., Northampton 
Kaligian, Barkev H. 

137 Edinboro St., Newtonville 
Kane, Joseph L. 

790 Union St., Rockkand 
Kaplan, MarshaU L. 

17 Kings Bench Terr., Swampscott 
Kaplan, Sam W. 

49 Fernwold St., Springfield 
Kaplow, Sheldon H. 

129 Sandwich St., Plymouth 
Katz, Paul 

10 Greenhey St., Roxbury 
Katzenson, Selma L. 

80 Granite St., Worcester 
Kecs, Beryl P. 

East Main St.. Hopkinton 
Kehoe. Theodore E. 

17:; W. ('..ntcr St., W. Bridgewater 
Kellelier, Kallierine M. 

iss M.,.,ie St.. Lowell 
Kellev. Harold P., Jr. 

453' Hillside Ave., Hol,yoke 
Kelley. Sandra J. 

200 .\rborway, Jamaica Plain 
Kelly. James E. 

4-i5th St., Turners Falls 
Kcnncfick, Carol E. 

14 Gardner Rd., Norwood 
Kennedy. Katherine E. 

R.F.D. Haydenville, Whately 
Kenney, Joseph E. 

109 Intervale .\ve., .\thol 
Kenney, Robert L. 

41 S. 'Douglas Rd., Rockland 
Kennislon. .-Vrnold F. 

3li0 Main St., Gen. Del., Redding, 
Calif. 
Kern, George M. 

54 Everett St., Middleboro 
Key, William E. 

357 E. Washington St., Hanson 
Keves. Beverly A. 

South Ash field 
Kidd. Russell E. 

41 Greenwood St.. Melrose 
Killoy. John J. 

20 Putnam Ave., Lowell 
Kimball, Earl C. 

114 Lancaster Terr., Brookline 
Kimball. Mary-Jane 

Newtown Rd., Littleton 
Kimball. Richard G. 

,12 Central St., Fitchburg 




Kills;, ISaibuia A. 

177 Prospect SL., Nuilli Adams 
Kingsbury, Richard G. 

r!f.D. 2, Shelburne 
Kirkpatrick, June M. 

241S Main St., Athol 
KJim, Robert G. 

50 Clapp St., Stoughton 
Kmetz, Joseph M., Jr. 

13 Munroe St., Northampton 
Knight, Paul R. 

33 Beal Rd., Waltham 
Kolofoles, Irene G. 

14 Albemarle St., Methuen 
Konopka, Richard F. 

132 Vernon St., Worcester 
Konrad, Mary Jane 

Pleasant St., Leicester 
Korn, Margo 

310 E. Court St., Ithaca, N. Y. 
Kotcher, Rita R. 

17 Recwaydin Rd., Lawrence, N. Y. 
Kovitz, Diane R. 

29 Ocean Ave., Winthrop 
Kozak, Anthony J. 

45 Ellerton St., Chicopee 
Kozik, Irene E. 

54 North St., Ware 
Krapf, Albert H. 

26 Jamaica Rd., Brookline 
Kroemer, Joan A. 

620 Ostrander Ave., Riverhead, N.Ti. 
Kronick, Charles E. 

423 W. Main St., North Adams 
Kulik, Stanley J. 

208 Ashley Ave., W. Springfield 
Kulpinski, Pauline V. 

49 Lowell St., W. Springfield 
Kurowski, Richard W, 

2574 Main St., Springfield 
Kusnierz, Donald J. 

1436 Dwight St., Holyokc 
Kuznieski, Philip J. 

12 Fulton Ave., Northampton 
Kuznicki. Jane H. 

North St., Blandford 
Lahart, Ann F. 

St. Ann's Lane, Lenox 
Laing, William A. 

74 Acrebrook Rd., Springfield 
Laliberte, Eloi J. 

310 Pleasant St., Holyoke 
Lambert, John P. 

4 Lambert Terr.. Adams 
Lambert, Peter F. 

87 Brookfield St., Lawrence 
Landon, Philip J. 

94 Edgewood St., Springfield 
Lanouette, Paul L. 

694 Main St., W. Newbury 
Lansil, Charlotte M. 

48 Oakland Ave., Arlington 
Lappin, Kenneth A. 

130 LaGrange St., Chestnut Hill 
Lapworth, Jean H. 

189 Sumner St., Stoughton 
Lavigne, Jacqueline A. 

25 Stearns Terr., Chicopee 
Lawrence, Carol E. 

170 Lakcview Ave., F.-ilmouth 



Lcarv. Annc-Maric E. 

Pittsfield Rd., Lenox 
Leary, Norma J. 

74 North St., Foxboro 
Lcathe, Paul W. 

63 Purchase St., Danvers 
LeBeau, Marilyn T. 

42 Front St., Clinton 
LeClair, Pauline A. 

Cloe Ave., Southbridge 
Ledger, Betty L. 

70 E. Alvord St., Springfield 
Lee, Donald S. 

158 Pleasant St., Weymouth 
Lcighton, Robert D. 

222 W. Center St., W. Bridgewater 
Leitcr. William M. 

40 Marlboro St., Chelsea 
Lemack, Noel I. 

17 Wardman Rd., Roxbury 
Leonard, Mae C. 

107 Devon St., Roxbury 
Lepkowski, Wilbert C. 

2 Orchard Terr., Salem 
Lepp, WiUiam F. 

84 Melvourne Rd., Pittsfield 
Lesure, George G. 

Main St., Ashfield 
Leveille, Gilbert A. 

S4 Barrows St., Fall River 
Levinson, Norma 

48 Itendale St.. Springfield 
LeVitre, Robert W., Jr. 

Turners Falls 
Lewis, Janet E. 

11 Allendale Rd., Pittsfield 
Lewis, Sheldon 

10 Radeliffe Rd., Allston 
Lewis, Wanda L. 

68 Exchange St., Waltham 
Lewonis, Ann T, 

16 High St., Easthampton 
Liberatore, Elizabeth A. 

76 Parker St., Attleboro 
Liberies, Arno 

49 Sachem St., Lynn 
Lillpopp, Donald R. 

105 Main St., Shelburne Falls 
Linbom, Bruce O. 

61 Parke Ave., N. Quincy 
Linton, Lee M. 

9 Strathmore Rd., Brookhne 
Lipchitz, Martha 

106 Fairmount St., Lowell 
Litchfield, Raymond K., Jr. 

888 Washington St., Whitm.an 
Litwack, Sandra 

61 Porter St., Maiden 
Litz, Shirley E. 

38 State St., Monson 
Loftos, Stephen 

30 Robbins Ed., Arlington 
Loggie, Robert D. 

230 S. Main St., Athol 
Lomench, Sandra B. 

1518 Bellmore Ave., N. Bellmore, 
N. Y. 

"-""^^Lyml^St^South Hadley Falls 
Loring, Carole J. 

15 Beverly Rd., Arlington 
Love, Robert W. 

9 Curtis St., Auburn 
Lovinger, Selma L. 

58 McClellan St., Dorchester 
Lowey, Carol M. 

Glendon Rd., Woods Hole 
Lumbert, Richard A. 

99 Congress St.. Amesbury 
Lunardini, Virgil J. 

10 Elmer Dr., Chicopee 
Lynch, Barbara A. 

91 Colberg Ave., Roslindale 
Lyons, Thomas F., Jr. 

7 Albemarle Chambers, Boston 
Lyons, Wilham M. 

17 Moselv Ave., Newburyport 
MacDonald, Patricia M. 

79 Readinglon St„ Swampscott 
MacElrov, Diantha L. 

17 Hayes Ave., Lexington 
MacKenzie, Susan E. 

10 Tappan Ave., Attleboro 
MacLeod, Eileen II. 

35 Brook St., Wakefield 



MacLeod, Malcolm L, 

1970 Commonwealth Ave., Brighton 
Madden, M. Patricia 

541 Washington St., Brighton 
Mahoney, Barbara A. 

146 Huckins Ave., N. Quiney 
Mahoney, John T. 

20 Murray Hill Ave., Springfield 
Maines, Charles H. 

Davis Rd., N. Westport 
Malgiolio, Joseph 

255 Princeton St., E. Boston 
Malin, Richard A. 

11 Summer St., Northampton 
Mallon, Richard T. 

1 Stadium Rd., Maiden 
Maloney, Frank J- 

146 Pearl St., Holyoke 
Mandelstam, .Judith A. 

21 Overlook Park, Newton Centre 
Mander, Ernest W., Jr. 

80 Wareham St., Medford 
Maniatty, Michael S. 

30 Main St., Greenfield 
Manni, Ann R. 

18 Devon Terr., Newton 
Manning, Anne M. 

54 Pine St., Danvers 
Manning, Rosemary 

322 Franklin St.. Holyoke 
Marcus, Glenda B. 

21 Hamlin Rd., Newton Centre 
Marcus, Norman S. 

163 Providence St., Worcester 
Marlin, Arthur D. 

385 Broadway, Cambridge 
MarshaU. Ruth S. 

58 Clinton St., Framingham 
Martin, John J. 

37 Oak Hill Rd., E. Weymouth 
Martin, Phyllis E. 

46 Daniels Ave., Pittsfield 
Martin, Sally Ann 

111 Everett St., Southbridge 
Marx, Gail E. 

489 Shrewsbury St., Holden 
Mason, Albert D. 

33 Blake St., Newtonville 
Mason, John 

65 Shawmut St., Springfield 
Mason, Richard K. 

64 Water St., Shelburne F.alls 
Mason, Theresa L. 

7 Plunkett Lane, Adams 
Master, Bernard 

31 Ridge Rd., Lawrence 
Matheson, Ronald E. 

11 Grove St., Essex 
Mathias, WiUiam F., Jr. 

60 Churchill Ed., W. Springfield 
Matson, George D. 

5 Hale St., E. Weymouth 
Matthews, Robert E. 

37 Highland Ave., Northampton 
May, Madeleine 

27 Foote Ave., Pittsfield 
Mazzarella, John F. 

8 Ashley St., Jamaica Plain 
McAnistan, John H. 

Harwich Rd., Brewster 
McCann, James A. 

12 Curtis St., Islington 
McCann, John A. 

12 Curtis St., Islington 
McCarthy, Paul M. 

154 M.ain St., Hudson 
McCormick, Slieila A. 

134 Strong Ave., Pittsfield 
McCrohan, Joanna R. 

87 Campbell SL, Now Bedford 
McDcrmott, John P. 

15 Curve St., N'alick 
McEvillv. Tluimas F. 

439 M;u" SI., Clnilon 
McFarlaiu-. I)a%icl J. 

27 MiirhiiHl Sl„ ISallardvale 
McG.-.-. I'rixilla J. 

15 Mdh.ii lid., Delivers 
McGloi.c. ^alk>r M. 

254 Broadway, Lynn 
McGonaglc, Donald C. 

494 Medford St., Maiden 
McGowan, John F. 

24 Institute St., Filchburg 



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Mclnlvr.-. William .1. 

Hiiiii'li.lil K.I,. Fivk.h.U- 
McK.r. .lolui XI. 

■M Cluir.lnll Si.. .Vinlu-rsl 
McKi.. Mai. .1. 

II Uuvli,. li.l , SUinchiim 
M<•Killl.■^. .loliii U., Jr. 

K.,\ ,s7.' Mul.ll.l.iirv, Vl. 
M..k..>.... Ui.l.ar.l K.. Jr. 

L'O .Vppl.l.v U.I.. WolU-sU-.v 
Mcl.ai.i. Holxrl K. 

DunlKunloxvii U,l.. l!rimh.-l,l 
Mcl.uiiKlili"- I'.li/al.olli A. 

.M llollun Si.. South Ha.lU'.v Fa 
Mcl.r...l. Halph K. 

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MclMal.on. I'alrieia G. 

,S7 Slu|i:.r.l It. I., liriunlrcc 
McMal.on. Shan M. 

].-,<! li.s.viil SI.. N,>rlhiimplon 
MoAiil. <;.-..rK.- U. 

.!■> (;,,al.M, IM.. W. U..xl..ir,v 
Mcl'l.ail. \M.. M. 

L'ii F,.ll,Ti SI,. H..,sl.,n 
McHa.-. riionuis K. 

<> li, 11 rill SI.. Wiilpolc 
MeS«.-.iuN. Daniel R. 

-|.) Vl..|..ria SI.. Rovere 
M.KCisoM. Norma M. 

M Siiiiuii.-r Si,. Kasthamplon 
M.-i^l.T. (;.ral.l S. 

r.ll C„liiiiil,ia Si., BrcHiklinc 
M,i,.l, r. Kil,.M n. 

:i.-, (li.slnul Hill .Vvo., BriKhl.T 
M.lllvia.i. (iorK.w 

111 (JiHlua- Si.. Iii.lian Orcliar.l 



Morrisscy, Joseph K. 

301 BuriicoiU SI., \Y.: 



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.->ti Havelock Itil., Worcester 
Merritt, Edward 11. 

Lithia 
Messenger, Ward I*. 
Ferrv Rd., Salisbury 
Metcalf. Sally C. 

12.5 Baker St., Walpole 
Michelson. .\llen L. 

a34 W. Olive St., Long Beach, N. \ . 
Midttun, Steinar 

451 Court St., New Bedford 
Migliorini, Roger P. 

30 Torrey Rd., S. Briiintree 
Milch, Alwin K., Jr. 

(i7 JIanposa St., M.attapan 
Miller, Jack M. 

39 Spruceland St., Springfield 
Miller. James A. 

7 Taiiuvorlli R.I., Waban 
Miller. Joel 11. 

1247 Main St., N. Hanover 
Miller. Marc E. 

73 Fuller St., Brookline 
Miller, Marilyn A. 

Main St., Box 27, Wendell Depot 
Miller. Meta C. 

Putnam Rd., Lanesboro 
Miller, Nancy R. 

42 Walnut Park. Ruxbury 
Miller, Richard L. 

130 Washington Rd., Springtield 
MiUs, Barbara C. 

Brandon, Vt. 
Mirsky, Steve M. 

IS Alton PI., Brookline 
Misiorski, Frank A. 

729 Bark SI.. Swansea 
Mileli.M. lioherl F. 

7:;.', Fii~l I'arish Rd., N. Scltuilte 
Mohlen. Sallie L. 

3S Central Ave., Ayer 
Monroe, Robert W. 

40 Cedar St., Worcester 
Montague, David C. 

913 No. Pleasant St., Amherst 
Moore, Diane C. 

45 E. Alvord St.. Springfield 
Moore, Dorothy A, 
Main St., Sherborn 
Moriarty, Edward F. 

304 Summer St., New Bedford 
Morrison, Virginia R. 

16 Alden Rd., Hingham 
Morrissey, James F. 
47 Tennyson St., Boston 



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Most, Stuart L. 

23 Hollv Ave., Greenfield 
Monntainland. Ella M. 

S39 Wa,-iliiiii;l"ii SI.. K. W.-yiiioiil li 
Mowry. Welsey 1. 

7S Lvniai, It.l. N.,rlliaiui.l..ii 
Mueller. M«rt;ar,v F. 

13 HiKlilaii.l .\v.-.. W.-sl..n 
Mullane. Jii.lvHi M. 

21 Eiglilniilli SI., Lowell 
Mulvcv, Joseph M. 

34 Windsor Ril., N. Quincy 
Murch. Marilyn 

7 Sanborn Rd., HuiRham 
Murdoti^^h. C.harhs L. 

Elm H.1.1M-, liob.M.iiia, Pa. 
Murdv. W illia.n II. 

112 llatliaxMiy U.I.. N. Darlinoiilli 
Murphv, Anne 1". 

S Nonantum SL, Brighton 
Murphy, Mary E. 

3235 Riverside Ave., Somerset 
Murphv, Mary E. 

Pittsfleld Rd., Leiiox 
Murray, Richard E. 

29 Main St., Hull 
Musiak, John C. 

112 Deerfield St., Greenfield 
Musto, Ronald F. ... 

151 W. Shore Dr., Marblehead 
Myers, Natalie J. 

705 Washington St., Brookline 
Nally, Gerald S. 

,S3 Waverly Ave., Watertown 
Napoli, Frank C. 

liO Hull St., Belmont 
Nash, Kenneth E. 

55 Broad St., Weymouth 
Nason, John F. 

32 Barker Rd., Miilden 
Nathanson, Gerald B. 

S Wiltshire R.I., Brighton 
Nault, Jacqueline J. 

4S Hamilton St., Worcester 
Naumnik, Peter J. 

17H Ward St., Worcester 
Ncary, Anne M. 

117 Essex St., Indian Orchard 
Nelson, Carol P. 

(i7 Warren Ave., Mansfield 
Neusner, Louis J. 

.50 Sheridan St., Haverhill 
Ncwall, John P. 

79 Hillside Ave., W. Newton 
Newcomb, Jane H. 

R.F.D. No. 1, Deerfield 
Newton, Mary C. 

Maiden Lane, Durham, Conn. 
Newton, Richard B. 

Central St., Montague 
Nicolai, Eleanor S. 

207 Pine St., S. Weymouth 
Normand, Paul R. 

341 College St., Fairview 
Normandie, Robert E. 

27 Clark Rd., Fitchburg 
Nugent, Lawrence M. 

322 Hamilton St., Worcester 
O'Brian, Barbara A. 

S95 Commonwealth Ave., Newton 
Centre 
O'Brien, Stephen N. 

27 Meridian St., Maiden 
O'Connell, Daniel J. 

11 Pynchon Rd., Holyokc 
O'Leary, John J. 

32 G St., S. Boston 
Oleson, Jean L. 

02 No. Prospect St., Amherst 
Olsen, Paul N. 

29 E. Highland Ave,, Melrose 
Olson, Alfred J. 

6 Burnham St., Gloucester 
O'Maley, EUen T. 

40 Pico Ave., Winthrop 
O'Neil, Phyllis M. 

3 Corser St., Holyoke 
Opie, Robert D. 

176 Burrill St., Swampscott 
O'Shea, Donald F. 

Uil Madison St., Maiden 

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John E. 




57 Clev 


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52 Johnson St., North Adam; 
Pearl, Clara H. 

Pelham Rd., Amherst 
Pearl, Miriam B. 

106 Deering Rd., Mattapan 



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47 Forest Hills Rd., E, Longn 
Pedusey, Frances L. 

55 Parklon Ave,, Worcester 
Peirce, George L., Jr. 

Washington St., Duxbury 
Pelkev. Richard E. 

I.s Fil.lv SI . Ware 
PeliTson. Marie L. 

Sliiilii-i.li;.' Hd.. Brookfiel.l 
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Phillips. \lie. L. 

l^ Day SI.. \V. Springfiel.l 
Piattoiii. Julia L. 

1110 Main St., Walpole 
Pickman, Marlene L. 

133 Lowell St., Peabody 
Piecewicz, Michael P. 

23 Herbert St., Salem 
Pieczarka, Stanley J., .Jr. 

Meadow Ave., Agawam 
Pillsbury, Richard F. 

35 Forest St., S, Weymou 
Piotrowicz, Tcrrence J. 

31 Endicott St„ Peabody 
Pirro. Ernest R. 

1 1 Walk.r SI,, Leominslc 



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Piatt, Elizabeth A. 

Box 067, Mount Hermou 
Plaza, Alphonse A. 

Randall Rd., Montague 




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IS Miivirick SL, Marlik-hoad 
I'orlnov. Malcolm J. 



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li; \,-«l.iii l!,l.. Arlington 
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li:; l.aph.iiM SI., Fall River 

IValUv l!arl>ara E. 

I.s.-, i.nv.ll Mil., Hoklcn 
I'lall. .Ia,».- S. 

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ProcU.r. ,I.a.i E. 

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1,1 Allal-laii,. R(l., Newlon Cenlr, 
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;;.-, (an, .\m-.. K. \Ve>-moulh 
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.-,:; ((L.^tiiiil SI., Gardner 
HaMon. (arolyii J. 

lilN s,.|„.|„,.rhorn Pk,. Lenox 
|{al,i~.l.ll. Warren J. 

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Kao.l- Mark \\ . 

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Ha«-.o„. Iloiial.l L. 

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H. a;;a... .l..l,i. M. 

Simile, ,n's l.aiie, Edgartown 
K. .■^.-.. Hi.l.ard R. 

IS llr,,.,klvM St., North Adams 



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R.isnia,,. llernard E. 

_'77 Wliil,- St.. Springfield 
H.N. .la... <.. 

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H.^...,l.l-.. li....- A. 

riii/zanl^ liav 
H,y.-.,.l."-. Marfiar.l M. 

\Va,i«n„'l IM . Naiiliicket 
H1,<.<1.>. |{aN..,o.,.l 

,',l:; r,ii.,n St.. Spniigtield 
Ril.l,. . |-a..l II. 

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Hi.l.ar.l-. Sl,.rrv A. 

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Hiel.ar.K. Nirui.iia I.. 

I.-,1 I'm, 1,.,., -I Mill.ird 
Ri.l.ar.K. W ,lli;.,.. I.. 

1,1 --laal L, -I . -i.nngfield 

Hi.l.ar.l-. William II. 



Hi.lil.r. IN-ler (.. 

■Mil CliiiNiii ltd., Br.M.kline 
Ri.l.l.r. Hicl.ard G. 

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Ri,li.,B. Ila... 1.1 A. 

l'-,,«l,r li.k. Northliridge 
Hilv.rl, Hi.l.ard V. 

-jn llarti.n It, I., Greenfield 
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Robb, David C. N. 

20 Riverview Ave., Longnieadov. 
Robbing, Barry G. 

Son Maple St„ New Bedford 
Robbins. Eugene R. 

.S7 Bellevue Ave,, Springfield 
Roberts, Lois A. 

Granville Rd., Box 243, Southwi 
Roberts, Thomas F. . 

22 Pacific St., Rockland 
Robidcau, Margaret A. 

29 Hopkins Pl„ Longmeadow 
Roche, Beaven 

386 Main St., Acton 
Rogers, David O. 

30 Columbus Ave., Holyoke 
Rogstad, Ronald H. 

27,'j School St., Winchendon 
Romano, Anthony M. 

3li0 Water St„ Fitchburg 
Rose, William E. 

Highland Ave,, PhiUipston 
Rosen, David H. 

14 Montrose St., Maiden 
Rosen, Regina 

134 Warwick St„ Methuen 
Rossi, Nancy E. 

9.5 Almount Rd., Fitchburg 
Rothstein, Norman E. 

2125-78th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Rowe, Everett .\. 

25 .Arlington St., Lynn 
Rozvcki, Phyllis L. 

23" Arlington St., Norlhanipton 
Ruben, Charlotte E, 

210 Blue Hill Pkwy., Milton 
Ruscetta, Carl A., Jr. 

21 Francis Ave., Pittsfield 
Rush, Earl H. 

70 Middle St., Lexington 
Rutstein, Sheldon 

9S Toxteth St., Brookline 
Ryan, John W. 

26 Orchard St., Northampton 
Sabin, Robert S. 

38 Rencelau St., Springfield 
Sadler, Mary Adele 

63 Greenwood Ave., Wakefield 
Sadow, Jerome 

4 Naming Ct., Roxbury 
St. Germain, Arthur R. 

24 Doming St., Dallon 
St. Lawrence, David S. 

7.5 Woolworth St., Longmeadon 
Salerno, .Joseph S. 

36 Union St., Lawrence 
Saloma, Joanne 

13.5 Pierce Rd., Weymouth 
Saltzgiver, Pere W. 

93 South St., Northampton 
Sanborn, Kaye 

441 Lowell St., Reading 
Sanders, Malcolm R. 

Box 397, Orlean.s 
Santoro, James A. 

14,5-A Salem St., Wakefield 
Satrape, Joseph A. 

2.5 Turner Ave.. Pittsfield 
Saulnier, John R. 

269 Ash St.. Reading 
Saunders, Cynthia 

84 N.ve Rd., Falmouth 
Saunders, Lorraine 

1319 L.afavette .\ve„ Niagara 
N. Y, 
SawtcU. Margaret W. 



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Schensnol, John L. 

1B2 No. Main St„ Sharon 
Sehlafman, Tevia 

1114 Franklin Ave., Chelsea 
Schmidt, Charles T., Jr. 

4 .]a,ks,,ii SI,, Taunton 
Schmi.ll. Jo\„., II. 

2.5S B,a,,,n S|., Alhol 
Soholi.l.l. C.vur-^v E. 

24 Commonwealth Ave., N. Audov 
Schrcter, Marshall K. 

25 Philmore Rd„ Newton 
Schworer, Charles E. 

26.5 Winchester St., Newton High- 
lands 
Scott, Allan H. 

Box .552, Creamer., 
Falls 



Shelbur 



Scott, ,Iean M. 

27 Bellingham Rd., Worccstc 
S.lin. \rlhi.r S. 



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Ssa... Mall,. --. 

S7 \Viiillin,p St., Medford 
Sha.l.-. 1 h.odore L. 
1!,,.>. lllll. Cataumet 
Shal'lau, Robert P. 

16.5 West S3rd St., New York, N. Y. 
Shannahan, James J. 

55 Taylor St., Chicopee Falls 
Shapiro, Naomi J. 

84 Crawford St., Roxbury 
Shapiro, Sanford S. 

34 Hiawatha St., Springfield 
Shaw. David N. 

:• \,,«hall St . Springfield 
Sl.a». k. ,.„.'tl, L. 

IM. S,„ll„rn I'kwv.. Ridgewood, 
N. .1. 
Sh.'.l.l. (X.,ll.ia 

2L' liiiiMMil,- .^vc, Souicrville 
Sh.eri.i. Wii.tl.rop F., Jr. 
Main St., W. Stockbridge 
Shepardson, Carile P. 

12 Highland St., Clinton 
Sherman. Nancy I. 

625 Beacon St., Newton Centre 
Shnaper. Norma 

., Cfiar SI., C harlestown 
Sliorev. H.>l,erl M. 

211 Br,,a,l SI., Lvnn 
SI., .p.-. Milton 

:; K.-iii.su,,rtl, Rd., Worcester 
Shusl.r. llernard W. 

1.S3 Mt. Vernon St., M.alden 
Sbycoff, Diane M. 

49 Basswood St , Lawrence 
Siegcl, Elaine B. 

385 President Ave., Fall River 
Silun, Betsy A. 

464 Burncoat St., Worcester 
Silver, Gerald 

62 Wellington Hill, Mattapan 
Silver, Nita L. 

364 Johnson St., Fall River 
Silverman, Maurice G. 

95 Westbourne Terr., Brookline 
Simmons, Winthrop G. 

20 Pine Circle, S. Weymouth 
Sinclair, Norma J. 

35 Warren St., Stoneham 
SUillinK. lames C. 

nil Am will. St., Milton 
Skvpiek. John R. T. 

171 Chiconiansett Village, Chicopee 
Slater, Donald W. 

26 Metropolitan Oval, N. Y. 
Smith, Anita M. 

19 Rosi-lvn Dr., Pittsfield 
Sniill,. Kllloll P. 



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Smilh. <;.-orsc M. 

I I llarniiat,,n St., Revere 
Smilh. l>ol,el M. 

M.s Sanla.ni Ave., W'. Roxbury 
Smilh. Marilyn L. 

j:;2 llan,l,,lp'li St., S. Weymouth 
Snlilh. Philip M. 

2) Clv.i,- St., Fitchburg 
Smith. William R. 

9 Powers St., Adams 
Snow, Donald B. 

32 Barr St., Salem 
Solimine, Rosemary 

36 St. Francis St., Medford 
Soulc, Nancy 

II Wilkins PI., Brockton 
Soule, Stephen L. 

B.acliw.,,..! PI., Onset 
Sii.l.nan. Mildred E. 

I.s Wa.lnii-lon St., Westfield 
Spi.^.l. Hull. M. 

1:;M (JiiiiHV Shore Blvd., Quincy 
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Slacv, W illiam E. 

6 Colonial Rd., Wilbraham 
Stcc, Walter C. 

41 Chicopee St., Chicopee 
Steele, Richard M. 

254 Fort Pleasant Ave., Springfield 



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Sl.rn.ralricia 

27 t;k"is..M SI.. Mi-ilforil 
SllTll. liulli 15. 

IS-lll v. sill SI.. Hrnuklvn 2:i, N. Y. 
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Stewart. Edward L. 

72 Halhoilv RcL. ScilUiUe 
Stewart. Robert B. 

1!) (■.MniHon«.;illh .\vc., N'. .\n,lo 
Stewi.rl. l!ol» rl K. 

2(1 Wnii.lr SI . W. Ho.vlston 
Stickel. l)a>i.l W . 

(14 \V;,I,I.. St., Ilolviikf 



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HmiIIcv 
Stirling-. Uonald ,). 

l.-.:i Ploasiuil St., Dalton 
Storev. Jane E. 

4.5 Chaniherkin Pkw.v., \Vorccst( 
Stout. George E.. Jr. 

14 1 Kinnllrll I'ark. W. Newton 
Stran:;l(.r<l. Joan K. 

140 llolliiiv-«i.rlh .\vc., Br.Tinlrt 
Stnrleianl. Hohert J. 

Olil Wmiiiii H.I.. Palmer 
Stnrtevant. Vi iUiam J. 

111,1 Warren R,l.. Palmer 
Snil.orski. Chester, Jr. 

liCIl North St.. .-Vgawam 
Snilivan. John L. 

77 East St.. Hadlev 
SnlHvan. Louis W. 

7(1 Exeter St., Lawrence 
Sullivan. Pollard 

:i23 Prospect St., Northampton 
Snilivan. Ravmond C. 

21 WalnnI Si.. Ware 
Sulli>an. Viilliam F.. Jr. 

21 Walnut St.. Ware 
Snndstroni. Roy .\. 
^ li4 Blakel.v Ed.", ilcdford 
Sutton. Constance L. 

l.j« Theodore Parker Rd., W. Ro 



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So Ford St., Brockton 
Sweencv, John T. 

Sn Bucknam St., Everett 
Swide. Elinor R. 

:iO Whitford St., Roslindale 
Sivmanski. Edward M. 

315 Appkton St., .\rlington 
Tannenholtz. Eliott E. 

(i ilaric .\ve., Cambridge 
Tannenbaum, Richard L. 

173 Harris .\ve., Hewlett, N. Y. 
Tarnuzzer. Edmund C. 

44 Charles St., North Adams 
Taupier, Alice T. 

238 Linden St., Holyoke 
Teeter, Curtis L. 

26.\ School St.. Northboro 
Tela, S. Paul 

47 Osgood St., Lawrence 
Tenczar, Lewis P. 

13 Dale St., S. Hadley 
Tenovsky, Barbara 

28 Starbird St., Maiden 
Tepperman, Fred L. 

61 Yellowstone Blvd., New York. 
N. Y 
Terp. Elizabeth A. 

Millbrook Ave., Box 78, Hurley. 
N. Y. 
Thacker. Joan M. 

11 Charles St., Pittsficld 



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5 Enfield St., Jamaica Plain 

Philip A. 
1210 Pleasant St., Canton 



Thomas, Walter D. 

78 Park .Ave., .Abington 
Thurston, .John R. 

Montague Rd., Turners 



Tiaarda, James T. 

10 Maple St., Whilinsville 
Toko. Lois E 

Norlhficld R,l.. Lunenburg 
Tonrlli. Mario A. 

!ill Sl„-n,kin SI.. Chicopee Falls 
Toonii. K.lninnd J. 

ilU Penuiman St., New Bedford 
Tolman. Conrad D. 

R.F.D., Conway 
Trimboli. Joseph G. 

249 Tvli-r SI.. Springfield 
Trneelii. \hce L. 

12 .\uslin SI,. Bridgcwater 
Trnebl.Hxl. Vllan P. 

Ill liiph'v IM,, C.hassct 
Trull, lleiirv B.. Jr. 

(i(ISl,ilV„r,l R,l., Lowell 
Trull. Nathaniel \\ . 

4 Hanks St., Lowell 
Trumper. Sylvia B. 

Ill Warren Ave.. Wollaston 
Tukis. Claire C. 

.-.,sn Nordi St.. Wevmouth 
Tuniev. Malcomb E. 

Ill M.Kinl,v Ave., Easthamptor 
Turseon. Kusene L. 

3 Crandall St., Adams 
Turgcon, WiUiam J., Jr. 

303 Linden St„ Holyoke 
Turner, Barbara W. 

171 So. Main St., Cohasset 
Turner, Gerald H. 

29 Hersom St., Watertown 
Turner, Virginia A. 

Main St., R.F.D. 1, Lakeville 
Tyler, Richard H. 

SB Porter St., North Adams 
Uchneat, Stanley J., Jr. 

74 So. Middle St., Hadley 
Urbaitis. Victor M. 

1009 High St., Bridgewater 
Urbertalli, Elinor L. 

1.5 Beacon Ave.. Holyoke 
Vandale, Robert E. 

108 Mechiinic St., Spencer 
Vann, Hester E. 

407 E. Seneca St., Ithaca, N. Y. 
Vantol, Harold L. 

P.O. Box 115, Teaticket 
Varnum, Francis B. 

Osterville 
Vivier, Francis P. 

Old E. Brookfield Rd., N. Brook 
Volk, Janine G. 

410 Marlborough Rd., Brooklyr 
N. Y. 
VonDeck, Joseph F. 

Daniel Shays Hwy., Orange 
Vorperian, Nancy L. 

30 Robert St., Greenwood 
Votano, Marilyn J. 

0.5 Park St., Lynn 
Waks, Leroy J. 

92 Fountain St., Haverhill 
Wald, Warren S. 

10 Maple St., Roxbury 
Waldcn, Beth A. 

220 Buckminster Rd., Brooklinc 
Walker, Barbara J. 

24 Tanager St., Arlington 

7 Arden Rd., Medford 
Walker, WiUiam H. 

Spring Hill Rd., E. Sandwich 
Walkowiak, Henry V. 

36 Everett iVve., Webster 
Walls, Gerald W. 

S2 Webster St„ Eockknd 
Walsh, John J. 

170 Savin Hill Ave., Dorchester 
Ward, Barbara J. 

441 E. Centre St., W. Bridgewai 
Ward, Fred R. 

461 Sawyer St., New Bedford 
Warner, John M. 

Mountain St., Haydenville 
Washburn. Ernest H. 

High St., W. Duxbury 
Waslick, William W. 

4.5 Vernon St., Northampton 
Watkins, Donald L. 

44 JIargin St., Lawrence 



311 



Webber. Lawrence ' 

(10 South SI., Bed(„ 
Weber. Ursula M. 

21 F,,r,-^l Park .\ve 
Weeks. I)„nal,l II. 

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Whil. . Vlie, M. 

W,.-l Ilaukv l!,l.. Charlemont 
Whil.-. Donald n. 

Ill Ciirv,- SI.. Ibdliston 
W hite. i:d«ar<l V. N. 

li.s No, Bavli,ld Rd., Quincy 
White. Georse F. 

West Main St,. Dudley 
White. .John M. 

SO Bates St., Dedham 
White, Peregrine B. 

143 Lincoln Ave., Amherst 
White. Stanton M. 

17 F,isl,r PI,. Hempstead, N. Y. 
Wl.lllaker. Itnndan J. 

10 Itiph'x- T,rr,. Newton Centre 
Whillier. John M.. .Ir. 

.5S2 Mall, SI.. Acton Center 
Wielgus. Isal.elle M. 

11 Pl.a^anl Si . Thorndike 
Wigrlzer. Harriet I. 

4 Custer St., Lawrence 
Wilder, Leslie J. 

25 Fairfield St., Newtonville 
Wiles, Stuart E. 

Sugar Rd., Bolton 
Willett. Helen M. 

15 Greenbriar St., Dorchester 
Willey, Deane L. 

2 North St., Spencer 
Williams, Lura A. 

20 James St., Taunton 
Williams, Mona S. 

.507 Union St., Springfield 
Windt, Robert J. 

23 Summer St., Wakefield 
Wingard, Jo Ann 

too Van Horn St., W. Springfield 
Winklcy, John C. 

14 Prospect St., South Hadley Falh 
Winslow. Nancy J. 

1S7 Main St., So. Acton 
W'interbottom, Nancy 

Spring St.. Vineyard Haven 
Winters. John E. 

33 Genesee St., Springfield 
Wiranis, Ralph R. 

Manor St., Dorchester 
Wiseman, Bonney M. 

37 Egremont Rd., Brighton 
Wishnow, Lawrence D. 

46 Shore Dr., Athol 
Wissenbach. Charles E. 

12 Harris Hill, Clinton 
Wolfe, Alberta K. 

125 Highland Ave., Westficid 
Wolk. Judith B. 

9I> iSlain St., Waltham 
Wong. Helen 

44 Pleasant St., Northampton 
Woodburn, William E., Jr. 

48 Westland St., Methuen 
Woods, Helen E. 

450 Beech St., Holyoke 
Wright. Patricia 

15 Stoddard Rd., Hingham 
Zatyrka, Joseph P. 

R'.F.D. No. 1, Amherst 
Zcchnowitz, Bessie S. 

(i04 Empire Blvd., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Zeramby, Mclvyn M. 

9 Surfside Rd., Lynn 
Zervas, Phylis 

20 Belcher Ave, Brockton 
Zimmon. Stuart M. 

77 Maple St., Boston 
Ziomek. .Joseph V. 

Meadow St., N. Amherst 



Acknoivledgments 

Ralph A. Van Meter, President 

Professor Lawrence S. Dickinson, Business Advisor 

Mr. Sidney Kaplan, Literary Advisor 

Professor Frank Prentice Rand, Dean of Liberal Arts 

Mr. John Cole, Andover Press 

Mr. Arpiar Saunders, Greylock Photo-Engraving Company 

Mr. Michael Dasho, Lincoln Studio 

Mr. George E. Emery, Executive Secretary, Associate Alumni 

Mrs. Amelia A. Sirum, Alumni Office 

Mrs. Marion G. Lemay, Alumni Office 

Miss Affie M. Cook, Secretary to the President 

Miss Emily M. Larkin, Secretary to the Dean 

Dr. Helen S. Mitchell, Dean of Home Economics 

Miss Mildred Pierpont, Schedule Supervisor 

Mr. William Deminojf 

Mr. Walter Feldman 

Mr. Everett Kosarick 



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Table of Contents 



A 

Academic Activilios Board I'i 

Ackiiowledsiinciits 312 

A.lelpliia ' ■; 216 

Adinini.stration 197 

Advertisements 315 

B 

Baseball (Varsity) .... 150-153 

Ba.seball (Frosh) 154 

Ha.skethall (Varsity) . . . 174-178 
Ba.sketball (Fresh) 179 

C 

Cheerleaders 171 

Chorale 64 

Clubs 74-97 

Collegian 54-55 

Concert Association .... 68 

Concert Band 59 

Cross Country (Varsity) 166-167 

Cross Country (Frosh) .... 168 

D 

Dance Band 57 

Dedication 4 

Dorm Life 98-105 

Drill Team 170 

Drum Majorettes 171 

E 

Educational Policies Committee 198 

Emeriti 199 

F 

Faculty-Administration . 192-213 

Division of Physical Education 213 
Division of Military Science . 211 

School of Agriculture and 

Horticulture .... 206-207 
School of Business Admin- 
istration 210 



School of Ennineerinf!; 


208-209 


School of Home Economics 


. 212 


School of Liberal Arts 


200-202 


School of Science 


203-205 


Football (Varsity) . . . 


160-164 


Football (Frosh) .... 


. 165 


Fraternities 




Alpha Ei).siloii Pi . 


124-125 


Alpha Gannna Rho 


126-127 


Delta Sifima Chi 


146-147 


Kappa Sigma .... 


128-129 


Lambda Chi Alpha 


130-131 


Phi Sigma Kappa . 


132-133 


Q.T.V 


134-135 


Sigma Alpha Epsilon 


136-137 


Sigma Phi Ep.silon 


138-139 


Tau Epsilon Phi 


140-141 


Thcta Chi 


142-143 


Zeta Zeta Zeta 


144-145 


Freshman Class .... 


300-311 


Fre.shman Class Officers 


. 300 



G 

Greeks 106-147 

H 

Handbook 56 

Harmonaires 65 

History 5-6 

I 

Index 50-52 

Interfraternity Council-Judiciary 109 

Intramurals 

Basketball 189 

Bowling 188 

Football 187 

Softball 186 

Isogon 217 

J 

Junior Class 278-287 

Junior Class Officers .... 278 



313 



Lacrosse 



M 



Marching Band 
Maroon Key . 
Memoriam — Anderson 
Men's Judiciary . 
Mt. Toby .... 



155 



58 
291 

274 
73 
91 



Kappa Kappa Gamma 






114-115 


Phi Delta Nu .... 


116-117 


Pi Beta Phi 








118-119 


Sigma Delta Tau 








120-121 


Sigma Kappa . 








122-123 


Sports .... 








148-191 


Statesmen 








63 


Student Life . . 








48-97 


Student Life Committee 




72 


Swimming 








182-183 



N 



Naiads 



O 



190 



Operetta Guild 60-62 



Tennis 156-157 

Title page 2-3 

Track (Indoor) 180-181 

Track (Spring) 158 

Trustees 196 



Pan-Hellenic Council .... 108 

Phi Kappa Phi 218 

Pistol Team 185 

President's Message 194 



Quarferh/ 



Rifle'Team 
Roister Doisters 



Q 



53 



184 
66-67 



U 



Underclassmen 276-311 



Varsity M 



W.A.A. 



W 



WMUA 

Women's Judiciary 



191 



191 

94-95 
73 



Scrolls 

Senate .... 
Seniors . . 

Senior Class Officers 

Soccer 

Sophomore Class 
Sophomore Class Officers 
Sororities 

Chi Omega 

Kappa Alpha Theta 



70-71 

214-273 

. 219 

169 

288-298 



110-111 
112-113 



I'ear in He\'iew 










. 8-47 


April 
May 












10-14 
15-17 


June 












18-21 


September 
October 












22-25 
26-29 


Noyember 












30-33 


December 












34-37 


January 












38-41 


February' 












42-45 


March 












46-47 



314 



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