(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "Index"

UMASS/AMHERST • 



3 1, 5 b b 1 3 7 1 b T 5 4 




1954 






«;^^-?-i» ..i-ii'^a^^ 



3DDDDDaaDDnc]aDDD°°°°°°°°°°R 





^"CKS-i 



UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 
LIBRARY 




DATE DUE 










































r 




























































1 




















1 






1 




UNiy. OF MASSACHUSETTS/AMHERST 
LIBRARY 




Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2010 with funding from 

Boston Library Consortium IVIember Libraries 



http://www.archive.org/details/index1954univ 



^jizt^ / ^Jp-ce^T^^^dy 



c^^U^ c^^ 



THE 

NDEX 
1954 




UNIVERSITY 
of 
MASSACHUSETTS 



THE 1954 INDEX 




IN DEDICATION 



President Van Meter has been a living land- 
mark upon this campus since 1917. Always we 
have looked up to him. Paraphrasing Feste, 
"If that this simple symbol will serve, so; if it 
will not, what remedy?" 

There have been, of course, temporary ab- 
sences, in line of duty. For four years he was in 
our Extension Service and hence variously about 
the state. Still, it was Trustee Bowker who said, 
"The state is our classroom." Then Mr. Van 
Meter was in Ithaca for a year or so assembling 
residence credits for his doctorate in 1935. And 
whenever, summer or winter, the Appalachian 
Club has announced a rugged trek, he has been 
off for wind-swept summits in northern New 
England. For years the Van Meter family have 
gone out onto Mt. Toby on Thanksgiving Day. 

The President's field of interest is pomology. 
Both of his daughters, however, majored in our 
English Department, and when their father re- 
linquished the deanship of the School of Horti- 
culture in 1946 to assume the exacting responsi- 
bilities of the presidency, he was qualified for 
sympathetic and understanding leadership in 
terms of the entire campus. No president after 
eight years of administration has had so few 
critics, so many friends. 

F. P. R. 




RALPH ALBERT V-\N METER 




YEAR IN REVIEW 



APRIL 



April — showers and sunshine, 
Greeks and grass. 

Vacation was over, and the final 
flurry had begun. 

Midsemester reports appeared 
and then were forgotten under the 
soothing influence of Conrad Thi- 
bault and the Angelaires, "Plaisir 
d' Amour" and "Claire de Lune." 

Greek Week, filled with fun and 
competition, was first on the social 
calendar and was climaxed by the 
Greek Ball, over which Carol Han- 
dy reigned supreme. Vaughn Mon- 
roe and his orchestra not only pro- 
vided the music but also nation- 



alized the dance; for the program 
which he recorded at the beginning 
of the dance was later broadcast 
from coast to coast. 

Prominent guest speakers em- 
phasized the diversity of our uni- 
versity program. Mathematician 
NorbertWeiner, Senator John Ken- 
nedy, and M. Pierre Trouvat of 
the World University Service were 
all greeted enthusiastically by in- 
terested students. 

Sudden showers and an active 
WOW — Walk on Walks — cam- 
paign turned the grass green and 
spirits high. Winter came back for 




APRIL 




Still say it's a distillery. 




APRIL 




Fiesta time 



a final thrust, and Spring Day was 
delayed — because of snow ! 

MTRP worked and planned; 
the French Club put on one-act 
plays; and the Senate convinced 
the students that progress must be 
paid for by a rise in the student 
tax. 

The senior class went into a 
huddle to decide upon their class 
gift, the establishment of a Uni- 
versity History Room in Goodell 
Library, a lasting, long-needed 
gift. 

Mysterious ads appeared in the 
Collegian offering plans for "the 
perfect honeymoon" — and every- 
one knew spring had arrived. 




10 



May means spring, and spring 
means picnics, and last-miniite 
cramming. The end of one year, 
the plans for the next. 

Parents came to see for them- 
selves how their children lived, 
but all of a sudden were too busy 
to find out. In one weekend — 
Tioo on an Island, the Bay State 
Dairy Classic, a military show, a 
Naiads aquatic show, a Band con- 
cert, and the Women's Honors 
Convocation. 

The Junior-Senior Processional- 
candles flickered against the dark 
background of College Pond, while 
the senior women sang farewell to 
those who would soon take their 
places. 




The winnah! 




11 



Robert Frost came to the cam- 
pus to share with us his poetry and 
his wit. 

The Collegian prodded and the 
campus gave, and Dr. Goldberg- 
went to the WUS conference in 
IstanbuL 

The month whirled to a close 
with the chorale's musical drama 
Lost in the Stars, the ROTC re- 
view, the tapping of Isogon, Adel- 
phia, Scrolls, and Maroon Key, 
next year's leaders. 

The final blow — exams; and 
the underclassmen left. The Sen- 
iors were on their own. 




Frost — Amherst Bard 



"Lost in the Stars" 




12 




June! The Seniors' four-year 
wheel had spun full circle. Their 
time was up. A four-day whirl; 
graduation; the last peal of the 
Chapel l)elLs. 

June 4. Toto's in Northampton 
was the scene of the Senior Ban- 
quet, fete and food. 

June 5. The Sophomores paid 
the Seniors their final tribute at 
the Soph-Senior Hop. Jesse Smith 
and his orchestra provided music 
to dream to. 

June 6. Class Night with the 
class making its formal farewell as 
undergraduates. Senior class presi- 
dent Dave Flood passed his man- 
tle over to Junior class president 




13 




Joe Lucier, thus symbolizing the 
continuance of traditions and of 
duties. True to the Mettawampe 
spirit the class gripes were aired, 
the hatchet was buried and the 
peacepipe took its place. The class 
ode, oration and song, the dedica- 
tion and planting of the ivy, and 
the Roister Doister play all com- 
pleted the evening. 

June 7. The final day. A morn- 
ing Baccalaureate and in the after- 
noon, graduation. Empty seats 
were left in the rain on the library 
lawn and once again the Cage be- 
came Graduation Hall. Sadness 
and gladness; mounting tension; 
martial music; a speech by poet 
David Morton; diplomas; music; 
the end. 




14 



SEPUMBER 



Cars, people. l)ag.s, hooks, l)oxes, 
and baggage — September liad ar- 
rived and the Amherst invasion 
was on. 

Morning mists, golden at'ter- 
noons, and everything to begin 
anew. 

A two-day early arrival gave the 
freshmen a chance to get accjuaint- 
ed and find their way around be- 
fore the upperclassmen came. A 
convocation, a test, a play day, 
and two dances — college had be- 
gun. 

This year all 11 40 of the fresh- 
men had been pre-registered so 
that this traditional ordeal was 
now a joy — well, almost. 

Right oflF, the effervescent spirit 
of freshmanism was evoked in 
something new this year, an inter- 





Tlie first buck 
is the hardest. 



[15 




dorm sing and skit competition. 
Thatcher won the sings and Butter- 
field the skits. 

UlNI's expansion program was 
continued, and many things were 
new: a school of nursing, a music 
department, and a speech -and - 
drama major. The faculty got new 
members; the band got new uni- 
forms; and the campus cops got a 
new cruiser. 

Mills and Butterfield were given 
back to the boys, and the girls 
moved down into the valley. Two 
new women's dorms were opened. 
Leach House for upperclassmen 
and Crabtree House for freshmen. 

Dignity and simplicity charac- 
terized the opening convocation 



at which Provost Mather ad- 
dressed the students and faculty. 
He asked for university members 
with an outlook as expansive as the 
horizon around them. He also 
pledged himself, as so should we 
all, to look to the future of our 
school, keeping in mind a realistic 
understanding of its avowed pur- 
pose as a state university. 

Fall sports — the teams, the 
band, the cheerleaders, and the 
drill team, everyone worked to get 
ready for a new season. 

Summer weather lingered on, 
but summer's dreamy ease had 
ended. A new chapter of life had 
been begun and was now to be 
lived. 



16 



OCTOBER 




October had what no other 
month could boast of — a float 
parade, a rope pull, and twenty- 
six days of classes ! 

Bang! A bonus concert, Stan 
Kenton, and the whole campus 
was wide awake. Progressive jazz 
was a new but well-received fea- 
ture on the concert calendar. 

The Homecoming Weekend 
Float Parade and the home-game 
football rallies combined student 
enthusiasm and peppy cheerlead- 
ers; result — lots of spirit cheering 
the team in its hours of trial. 

The Freshmen won the rope 
pull! Initiative, perseverance, and 
a few extra men, that's all it took. 
Water, mud, and a free-for-all — 
situation normal. 

The results of Provost Mather's 
study of campus organization were 
made known. Fraternities took the 



.and its queen. 




responsibility for the conduct of 
everyone at their parties, and the 
Dean's office lost its authority to 
deduct points for missed classes. 
The student's honor was again 
given a chance to stand on its own. 
In order to give the students of 
the future a fair chance for ade- 
quate facilities, the trustees de- 
cided that enrollment expansion 
should be restricted until the pro- 



18 



OCTOBER 



posed and long needed classrooms 
and eqnipment could he provided. 

"Smile, hold it — fine." The 
Seniors had their pictures taken 
for the Index and went to voca- 
tional convocations. Being a Senior 
was real after all. 

Pianist Alec Templeton came; 
and the campus received a musi- 
cal treat which varied from De- 
bussy to Hep Hep Bouree, Tem- 
pleton's own improvisation. 

Two dedications. Leach dorm- 
itorv and the Literarv Societv's 




Chiip-a-Iii(r this < 



, ncaii Rand, Critic Brooks 




OCIOBER 




Poetry Room, offered formal proof 
of continued university growth. 

November was coming close, the 
leaves had fallen, and the land- 
scape grew gray — not so inside 
the Cage. Here the "Queen of 



Flowers," Jane Jackson, reigned in 
a garden of roses. The Horticulture 
Show once again brought distinc- 
tion to the University, thousands 
viewing the show in person and on 
television. 



Fight li-yi-yight Massachusetts 




[20] 



NOVEMBER 




1, 2, ». La Co 



November was a month of re- 
making, reviving, and renewing 
our old traditions. 

As the university grows, so must 
its organizational coordination. 
The Academic x\ctivities Board 



and the Student Life Committee 
had been found wanting and were 
replaced and extended by a Com- 
mittee on Recognized Student Or- 
ganizations and a Committee on 
Student Social Activities. 



Just plaiu bull 




NOVEMBER 




'v ^ 



CouKrals., General: 



A holiday, a mountain, and lots 
of fun — an old tradition was on 
its way to becoming a new one. 
The Mount Toby recreation area 
was the place and November 11 
the time. The student-faculty out- 
ing, Mountain Day, was again in 
existence. 

Elizabeth the Queen by ^Maxwell 
Anderson presented a challenge 
and a victory to the 43-year-old 
Roister Doister group, who made 
royalty and intrigue come to life 
in Bowker Auditorium. 

Students sang to students, and 
international good will was given 
a helping hand. The Universitj^ of 
Helsinki Chorus presented a pro- 
gram of Finnish music as beautiful 
as the land from which it sprang. 

"Outside UM" was also brought 
inside UM by such talks as Dr. 




OVEMBER 



Caldwell's on England and Dr. 
Lowenstein's on German elec- 
tions. 

The weather grew brisk and fall 
sports came to an end. The cross- 
country team proved its merit this 
year by winning the New England 
championship for the first time. 

The never static building pro- 
gram had good news. The wistfully 
dreamed of new Student Union 
Building could become a reality 
now. It would take hard work and 
student-alumni cooperation, but 
it could be done. 

Thanksgiving, home, food, a 
deep breath — and back to start 
again. 



!^^ 




That lucky tr 



Those mellow i 



-the Statesmen 




DECEMBER 



December and the Christmas 
spirit arrived on campus at about 
the same time, bringing festivities, 
Hghts, and music. 

First sorority and then fraternity 
pledging chmaxed the fall rushing 
excitement for Greeks, present and 
prospective. 

Mid-semester reports and park- 
ing tickets — but why let little 
things dampen spirits? Not with 
the Military Ball coming up ! Char- 
lie Spivak and his orchestra played 
sweet melody, to the dancers' de- 
light; and Carol Bruinsma beamed 
as she received the cape and the 
distinction of Honorary Colonel. 

As ever, the freshmen were full 
of life. A series of interdorm 
"Frosh Frolic" dances ranked high 
on the list of dorm doings. 

Lectures on Athens, Dante, and 
Supreme Court cases; nominations 
to Phi Kappa Phi. Parties were 
the frosting, not the cake. 

The campaigns to get new class- 
room buildings went into full swing 
as it was found necessary to dis- 
continue the use of fourth floor 
North College. Plans for the pro- 
posed Student Union steamed 
ahead, UM delegates comparing 
notes and ideas with students from 
other colleges. 

Academicfreedom, McCarthy ism 




25 



DECEMBER 




l*lodge Cliapcl 



and possible infiltration — all 
of a sudden these were vital issues. 
We, too, were going to be investi- 
gated — so the rumor went. 

The Christmas season — the 
Concert Band for the first time 
presented a first-semester pro- 
gram; the dorms and clubs had 
parties; and the French Club pre- 
sented a Christinas pageant. Bow- 
ker wore holly for a Sunday Vesper 
Service, and carols were sung by 
the pond around a lighted tree 
that was bright enough to be a 
symbol of the hope that was held 
for the coming vear. 




c all ye faithful. 



January. "Whoosh! Now you see 
it, now you don't. How could a 
month go by so fast? Tlie begin- 
ning of a year, the end of a semes- 
ter. 

Back from their vacation, the 
students found that someone had 
been on campus even if they had- 
n't. The new dining Commons had 
been completed and was ready for 
business. Everyone was busy talk- 
ing about the new furniture, the 
drapes, the soft background music, 




Let's not get « 





and even the view. Who could 
complain about the food? This 
place had atmosphere! 

Goodell Library had also been 
a busy place during vacation. In 
fact, scattered ladders and paint 
pots still made a hazardous journey 
out of a search for a book. Newly 
painted walls and fluorescent lights 
plus added chairs and tables gave 
the reading room a new look as 
well as a larger seating capacity. 

"All Aboard." The Minstrel 
Showboat steamed into port for 
the Campus Varieties show. Danc- 
ing and drama, music and mon- 
keyshines; the show had talent; 
the audience had fun. 

Winter Carnival came early this 
year, timed perfectly to coincide 



with lots of real winter cold and 
snow. It only lasted a week-end 
this year but had plenty of activity 
— snow sculptures, parties, skiing, 
skating, and the Carnival Ball, a 
picture of swirling skirts and a 
confusion of colors. Lt. Gov. Whit- 
tier crowned Carol Handy Queen 
of the Carnival. 

The Literary Society received 
national recognition — and money. 
It was given a grant from the Na- 
tional Association of Educational 
Broadcasters to present a series 
of broadcasts by New England 
poets. 

A mad dash to finish term pa- 
pers and lab reports, a day of rest — - 
that's registration? — and then 
finals. 



28 





'Wonder of White" 



■'Carnival Sno' Flake" 



' *Cami-Caper.s 



29 



FEBRUARY 



February, tlie month of the 
groundhog's prophecy. The big 
day — now sun and now not; and so 
went the rest of the month, now 
spring, now winter. New EngUind 
weather performed traditionally; 
more colds for more people was 
the motto. 

A new semester is a time for 
new resolutions. It is also a time 
for return — return to the campus, 
to the books, to the book store 
lines, to the C-Store, to the Snack 
Bar — and to old habits. 

Return for the Chorale mem- 
bers was something different. They 
felt as if they'd never left home. 
A seven-day concert tour spread 
University good will and populari- 
ty throughout the state, and left 
the singers happy but tired. 

The ^Minneapolis Symphony Or- 
chestra came to campus to give 
us a taste of the magnificence of 
classical music blended to smooth 
perfection by conductor Antal Do- 
rati. 

Politics and policy, foreign af- 
fairs and the future — world prob- 
lems were the problems of all of us. 
Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. of Harvard 
and Willard Thorp of Amherst 
presented their views on political 
and economic affairs to a student 
body that would be soon living in 
the much-speculated-about future. 




31 



FEBRUARY 




VARSITY SKI TEAM 



The Senate rolled up its sleeves 
and got things done. The Social 
Activities Committee added some- 
thing new to the calendar — co-ed 
swimming, Saturday night Snack 
Bar hours, afternoon open hours 
for Drill Hall, and movies in 
Bowker. Fun could be had without 
a wounded wallet. 

Four one-act plays and a barrel- 
ful of emotions, sad seriousness 
and carefree confusion^the Inter- 
class Plays were on. The Seniors 
lost their chance for a four-j^ear 
monopoly — the Sophomores and 
Juniors took top honors this year. 

Religious Convocation Day with 
the stimulus of speaker Rev. 



Blanchard set students thinking 
about things too important to be 
neglected even if not included in 
the text book. 

Honor to those who deserve. 
The student athletes were ban- 
queted and praised for their labors 
and proficiency. 

For an author, praise is a pre- 
sentation of her works. The Fine 
Arts Council, with student aid, 
dramatized selections of Gertrude 
Stein. 

All of a sudden the shortest 
month of the year was over; the 
campus launched into spring fes- 
tivities, and March was here. 



[32] 



FEBRyARY 




33 



the merry-go- 
full of stars — 



March — mild and muddy, wild 
and Avindy. Last on the calendar 
for review, but right near the 
front in activity. 

Ring around 
round, a basket 
Carousel — and the month was oft" 
to a whizzing start. Rogers and 
Hammerstein wrote it, Murdock 
and Farwell sang it, and everybody 
loved it. Later in the month, Rog- 
ers and Hammerstein visited cam- 
pus for a special convocation. 

The weather warmed up and so 
did the hospitality. U.M. opened 
its gates to visitors from far and 



Well, what did jou expect — flapjacks 





wide. They flocked to the Little 
International Livestock Show to 
see the carefully groomed animals 
and their proud exhibitors. The 
Engineering Open House with all 
of its lights, noises, and whirling 
wheels brought forth many "ooh's" 
and "all's" and questions like 
"^yhat's that.^"' 

The Springfield Gymnasts per- 
formed here, and now it was our 
turn to "ooh" and "ah." 

Besides those who came to see 
and applaud, there came others 



34 



to borrow our facilities and to 
learn. Groups such as the annual 
Turf and Recreation Conference 
came, and the campus bloomed 
with signs as well as buds. 

Greek rushing began again. For 
the fraternities there was also 
"Character Building Week." with 
its nice early morning walks in 
the fresh country air, carefully 
trimmed hair, and the perform- 
ance of public services; all for the 
best interests of the pledges, of 
course. 



Finally the fighting quieted 
down and the Greeks changed to 
tune. Smooth harmony and en- 
thusiasm characterized the Inter- 
fraternity and Panhellenic sings. 

Somehow the year rolled by; 
another Index was ready for print; 
another class was getting ready 
to graduate; a four-year impres- 
sion had been made on this class, 
and yet the wheel rolled on. Soon 
a new class for the University, a 
new horizon for the graduates. 

Constance Gilman 



AX-KS B.A.M. (Beer at Mike's) 




35 




ORGANIZATIONS 
AND STUDENT LIFE 




PAULA TATTLEBAUM 
Managing Editor 



WILLIAM POTTS 



Associate Editor: 

Patricia French 
Associate Editor: 

Ann-Marie Lynch 
Literary Editor: Lorraine Lively 
Statistics Editor: 

Audrey Shuman 
Typing Editor: Mildred Velleman 
Advertising Managers : 

Ruth Stiles, Marino Grimaldi 



Photography Editor : 

Edward Herberg 
Assistant Photography Editor: 

Herbert Cantor 
Photography Assignment Editor: 

Marie Hani on 
Sports Editor: Jack Neusner 
Art Editor: Michael Ferber 
Composites: Judy Mavland 
Captions: Rita Katz 




INDEK 



STAFF 



Literary Staff 
Barbara Bayou 
Frances Conroy 
Frances Dowd 
Louise Elliott 
Carol Goldman 
Joan McAlevey 
Barbara Padden 
Joan Perrino 
Gail Riley 
Joan Wrightson 

Business Staff 
Joan Bonnallie 
Janet Brox 
Ann Marie Burrell 
Jane Crepeau 
Louise Donovan 
Ann English 
Gale Ferry 
Janet Ireland 
Jean Kearns 
Chris Platsis 
Janet Robinson 
Sophie Sowyrda 
Jean Tonks 
Anne Weissinger 
Elizabeth Wood 

Photography Staff 
Theodore Candiloro 
Herbert Cantor 
David Mello 
Thomas Smith 

Sports Staff 
George Jones 
Abram London 
Bernard Shuster 

AH Staff 
Donald Bell 



Captions Staff 
William Carroll 
Marcia Werbner 

Typing Staff 
Evelyn Broide 
Muriel Daniels 
Wilma Hurwitz 
Alice Leavitt 
Jean Shape 
Janice Swartz 

Composites Staff 
Peter Draghetti 
Martha Haynes 
Gladys Lilja 
Geraldine O'Connor 

Advertising Staff 
Faye Baer 
Larry Berlin 
Pearl Binder 
Natalie Crowell 
Sheila Freeling 
Mary Lou Gulski 
Barbara Herzog 
Shirley Litz 
William Mahoney 
Marie Peterson 
Roberta Singer 
Harold Soutier 
Hester Vann 
Martin Wolf 

Statistics Staff 
Donna Cohen 
Ruth Finkelstein 
Joyce Goldstone 
Anita Goretsky 
Ona Gross 
Carol Hurwitz 
Sandra Litwack 
Elaine Siegel 
Cynthia Zaft 




LAWRENCE S. DICKINSON 




SIDNEY KAPLAN 
Literary Advisor 




INDEX 



There is no need to tell you 
what the Index is. You are look- 
ing at it — a pictorial and verbal 
record of the year and of the grad- 
uating seniors. It is a mighty slim 
volume to show for the uncounta- 
ble hours of work by a staff ap- 
proaching 100 members, yet not 
one of that staff will ever regret a 
single hour of that work; and the 
book which vou now hold in Nour 



hands will again and again, as you 
review it in the future, prove that 
their work was worth-while. They 
have labored to catch and pre- 
serve the spirit and the record 
of every phase of University life, 
and their many sacrifices in time 
and effort to achieve this end have 
been donated freely and enthusi- 
astically. This Index is their re- 
ward and their gift to vou. 



Back Row: Cilmaii. Pctcr!.oii, Elliott, Pcrriiio. >ann, Litwack, Fiiikclsli-in, Hurwitz 
Second Row: Zafl. Frceling, Hurwitz, Candilloro. Smith, Mills. Broidc, Wcrbncr. Gorctsky 
Front Row: Cantor, Vellcman, Stiles, Marcottc, Tattlebaum, Potts, Lively, Hcrberg, Katz 




40 



OUARIERLY 




Back Row: Marcolle. Jack. Filv.palrick 

Front Row: Waldcn, Tattlebaum, Harling. Oilman 

Absent: Shea. Kinsley. Lynch, Holmes, Chaskes, Kaplan 



The Quarterly has become im- 
portant among the pubhcations 
on campus through its encourage- 
ment and promotion of the writing 
talent within the University. It has 
taken pride in bringing to the 
student body a magazine of or- 
iginal and intelligent writing by 
the students themselves. 

Through regular publication and 
literary contests, it has endeavored 
to stimulate creativity and sound 
literary expression. The Qnarferh/s 
encouragement of literary work 
from all departments has given 
its issues a well-rounded content 
by attracting scientific articles and 
technical criticisms as well as work 
of a liberal arts character. 



As the deadline for each of the 
four issues approached, the staff 
could be seen praying that once 
more the future Faulkners and 
Frosts would appear, laden with 
young masterpieces. All contribu- 
tions were welcomed and care- 
fully considered, and all those of 
sufficient merit were published. 
Unpublished work was returned 
with constructive criticism that 
proved valuable to its author's 
future eft'orts. 

The Quarterly is an integral part 
of the campus, not of one depart- 
ment. Its appeal for material from 
everyone has aimed at greater 
variety and popularity among 
campus readers. 



[41] 



COLLEGIAN 




EDITORIAL STAFF 



FIRST SEMESTER 

Execidive Editor: James Devaney 

Editors: Pauline Stephan 
Bruce Fox 

Managing Editors: Barry Buiishoft 
David Seymour 



SECOND SEMESTER 

Executive Editor: James Devaney 

Editors: Marjorie Vaughan 
Barry Bunshoft 

Managing Editors: Patricia Goldman 
Da\'id Seymour 




42' 



COLLEGIAN 



Kooping apace with tlu- events 
of an ever-larger and more com- 
plex University, the Collegian's 
two start's continued to improve 
its reputation as an effective, in- 
telligent student newspaper. Its 
bi-weekly issues emphasized ac- 
curacy and timeliness in furnishing 
complete coverage of campus news 
as well as significant local events. 

An important and popular new 
feature of the Friday issue was the 
addition of a summary page of 
world and international new^s. 

Rumors of a loyalty investiga- 
tion of the University had scarcely 



begun when a sign ai)i)eared on the 
office door proclaiming it the en- 
trance to "The Worker's Collegi- 
an," l)ut subsequent reaction was 
of a completely serious nature. 
Academic freedom suddenly be- 
came a very real and meaningful 
issue. Then rumor had it that the 
University was not to be investi- 
gated, and interest died; but new 
issues were being aired by the 
Collegian and many students a- 
vailed themselves of the letters- 
to-the-editor column to express 
their opinions. 



Back Row: Shi 
Second Row: ^ 
Front Row: Ac 



shoft, Fcldman, Lane, Cook, Lambert, Marcus. Waxman, Ncusner 
s. Berg, Cilman, May, Strangford, Goldman, Taylor, Kovitz, Marling 
, Vaughan, Fox, Devancy, Stephan, Seymour, Advisor Madeira 




[43] 



HANDBOOK 



The Handbook, or the "Fresh- 
man Bible," as it has often been 
called, is published annually and 
contains concise and pertinent in- 
formation on all phases of our 
college life. Its contents include a 
calendar which lists all the im- 
portant scheduled events of the 
school year, a campus map which 
is invaluable to both freshmen and 
upperclassmen, and information 
on every campus organization. A 
copy of the Handbook is sent to 
the freshmen during the summer 



so that they may have time to ac- 
quaint themselves with the ac- 
ademic and social life awaiting 
them. 

Positions on the Handbook staff 
are open to members of the three 
underclasses. The editor and as- 
sistant editor are chosen by the 
current Handbook board upon re- 
commendations by the faculty ad- 
viser, Mrs. Martha ^Y right. The 
staff works throughout the year 
to assure complete coverage of 
University life. 



Back Row: Bourgault, Stearns. Katzcnson. Shepardson, Rae, Goldstein^ 0''Donald 
Second Row: Rathbun, Wilder, Gustavscn, Barlow, Donahue, Wellington, Aires 
Front Row: Storey, Woodbury, Giles, Bartlett, Sicgcl, Giles, Jacobsen 




[44] 



MARCHING BAND 



S])()rting new maroon uniforms 
and white bucks, the Mareliing 
Band appeared at seven of tlie 
eight football games this fall. 
Cooperating with the Drill Team, 
the band combined snappy music 
with drill routines and precision 
marching. Drum Major Don Pierce 
led the band, which also ap- 
peared at four rallies and at the 
Pittsfield Hallowe'en celebration. 
Joseph Contino of the Music De- 
partment was responsible for the 
fine direction which made the band 
a bigger success than ever. All the 
members must be applauded, how- 
ever, for "distinguished service" 
in the field of rally pep and school 
spirit. 




Back Row: Director Contino, Johnson, Trumper, Arnold, Ralston, Bateman. Tonks, Hanlon, Goure^ 

Could, Drum Major Pearse 
Fourth Row: Burr, Clapp, Hanson, Groves, Caverly, Turner, Graham. Redden, WiUbrant 
Third Row: Rogstad, Ferguson, Gage, Miehelson, Jacobson, Baldwin, Post, Coleman, Lowe 
Second Row: Currier, Wilson, Venning, Harris, Lantz, Warren, Kwasnicke, Wood, Stewart, Jordan 
Front Row: Longhi, Lovejoy, Lilja. Shaw, Fox, Whiting, Groves, Latham, Woodward, Cutler 




[45] 



DANCE BAND 



The University Dance Band 
numbered seventeen pieces this 
year and was in great demand by 
sponsors of various campus dances. 
Versatihty has made this group 
particularly popular, for while 
their dance music is soft and 
smooth, they render jazz and bop 
with equal finesse. 

They departed from their usual 
musical program to present an all- 
jazz concert, and were rewarded 
by enthusiastic campus approval. 
Herb Belkin served as student 
director, and vocalist Rita Zar- 
rella continued as soloist. 



k^sas 




Songstress Zarrella 



Back Row: MacMahon, Parent, Mykytink, Whiting, Jones, Burr 

Front Row: Zarrella, Hadro, Michelson, Longlii, Grant, Reilley, Anton, Student Director Belkii 




46 



CONCERT BAND 




Back Row: Conductor Cuiiliiio, Todt, Whiting, Groves 

Third Row: Damon, Venning, Jordan, Stevens, Leland, Pearse. Gould, Bateman. P 
Second Row: Laird, Cornell, Harris, Lanty, Turner, Graham, Groves, Lombard, Ru 
Front Row: Lovejoy, Farley, Ragstad, Chromcr, Baldwin, Woodward, Michelson 



The 35-piece University Con- 
cert Band, once again under the 
supervision of Joseph Contino, 
added to its increasing popularity 
through fine performances both on 
and off campus this year. Its win- 
ter concerts in December and 
March were successful, while the 
traditional Parents Weekend pro- 
gram was especially well received 
by students and parents, who have 
come to look forward to it as one 
of the most enjoyable events of the 
entire weekend. 

Popular marches, current con- 
cert favorites, and carefully selec- 
ted traditional band pieces lent 
pleasing variety to the Concert 
Band's performances. 




47 



STATESMEN 




lt;u'k How; Pescosolido, HoukIiIoii. Miironi, Corey 
Front Kow: Palmer, Dalryniplo. Losurc, Danaher 



The Statesmen are unquestion- 
ably one of tlie most popular musi- 
cal groups on campus. The de- 
mand for entertainment by this 
double quartet often results in im- 
promptu performances at parties 
or wherever its members are spot- 
ted, for each Statesman is well 
known even without his familiar 
checked vest for identification. 

Among opportunities to enjoy 
this close-harmony group on cam- 
pus this year were the Campus 
Chest dance and Shoioboat, while 
their off-campus appearances re- 
sulted in many miles of travel as 
well as valuable public relations 
service to the University. 

The Statesmen sang at several 



alumni meetings in ^Vestern Mass- 
achusetts and gave a concert for 
the Knights of Columbus in Am- 
herst. At Christmas they made a 
significant contribution to the holi- 
day spirit by caroling all over 
campus where they were received 
with special ovation at the girls' 
dorms. 

Variety of repertoire enhances 
the general musical excellence of 
the Statesmen. They are careful in 
planning each program to select 
the songs which will best suit the 
mood and tastes of their audience, 
which explains much of these song- 
sters' consistent appeal and popu- 
larity. 



[48] 




OPEREITA GUILD 



DORIC ALVIAM. Director 



The Operetta Guild has devel- 
oped from just another extra-cur- 
ricular activity to one of the Uni- 
versity's best public relations me- 
diums; few campus organizations 
can match its off -campus esteem. 

Every Operetta Guild produc- 
tion within the experience of the 
present student body has been 
greeted with sellout perform- 




ROBERT McCartney, Assistant Director 

ances — first Brigadoon, still re- 
garded by many as a pace-setter, 
then The Student Prince, The Vag- 
abond King, and this year Carou- 
sel. This was the New England 
premiere of the Rodgers and 
Hammerstein musical based on 
Liliom. 




49 





[50] 



OPEREITA GUILD 




Carousel was done with the 
finesse and general excellence we 
have come to expect from the 
Operetta Guild. The critics' re- 
views were again complimentary, 
and the entire University took 
pride in receiving Mr. Rodgers and 
Mr. Hammerstein when they visit- 
ed campus shortly afterwards to 
attend a special convocation held 
in their honor, at which they re- 
ceived honorary degrees. 

The Operetta Guild claimed an- 
other first last May when, in con- 
nection with Chorale, it gave the 
collegiate premiere of Lost In The 
Stars, an adaptation of Alan 
Paton's novel Cry, The Beloved 
Country. 



This year the Guild added a 
world premiere performance to 
its impressive list of achievements 
with the one-act opera based on an 
American folk theme, BoweyQur/Zen. 

In November the Guild assisted 
the Amherst Community Opera 
organization in its production of 
Cavalleria Rusticana, while its final 
performance was again in con- 
junction with Chorale in Down 
In The Valley. 

The success of the Operetta 
Guild rests on a great deal of hard 
work by a large number of people, 
for the varied tasks attendant to 
the production of an operetta re- 
quire many workers in addition to 
the cast. 



51 



CHORALE 




Back Row: LittUwood. Lairtl. Clapp, Ball. Biiltaro, Purrington, Lindbom, Fiiiley, Sedgwick, McLaughlin. Carroll, 

Powers 
Second Row: Ames. Farwell. Murdock. Taylor. Campbell. Wellington, Campbell. Landell. Neff, Falvey 
Front Row: Chandler. Roberts. Cochran, Baird. Greene. Santel, Adams, Peek. White. Clark. Aggerup 
Center: Doric Alviani 



Outside recognition as well as 
campus recognition spoke for the 
success of the University Chorale 
again this year. Requests from 
the ^lassachusetts public for con- 
certs that could not be met were 
indicative of the great following 
the Chorale has built up for itself 
during the past few years. By 
purchasing new uniform jackets 
for the men, the campus expressed 
its appreciation of the valuable 
public relations service the Chorale 
rendered the entire University. 

This year's tour included Mil- 
ton. Randolph, Concord, and other 
nearby Massachusetts towns. Con- 
certs for large business groups 



such as the New England Milk 
Producers' Association consti- 
tuted the majority of the Cho- 
rale's many public appearances, 
but campus audiences had many 
opportunities to enjoy perform- 
ances, too. As in the past, the 
Chorale aided the Operetta Guild 
as the mainstay of the chorus for 
Carousel, and many of the im- 
portant roles were played by Cho- 
rale members. 

Faure's Requiem was presented 
on the anniversary of VE-Day as a 
tribute to World "War dead, and 
was hailed as one of Chorale's 
outstanding special programs of 
the vear. 



[52 



HARMONAIRES 




Back Row: Bolii 
Front Row: Ma 



owe, Mallier, Altpeter, Smock, Walters 
-s, Joiic^. Ireland, Axt, Sherwood, Steere 




The popularity of the Har- 
monaires behes its short existence 
as the official singing organization 
for freshmen women. It was formed 
only three years ago when people 
realized that campus music-lovers 
were missing out on considerable 
talent simply because freshmen 
were not eligible for membership in 
the University Chorale. 

Fifteen girls were selected from 
many candidates to sing in the 
Harmonaires this year. Jacqueline 
Jones served as student manager, 
and Norman Farwell directed the 
group. Christmas Vespers and Pa- 
rents' Weekend were the outstand- 
ing campus affairs in which the 
Harmonaires participated. 



53 



ROISIER DOISIERS 

The Roister-Doisters is the Uni- 
versity dramatic organization and 
is open to all students who are in- 
terested in any aspect of the 
theatre. Each year they present 
two major productions which com- 
bine the talents of scores of theatre 
enthusiasts from campus who pre- 
pare for the actual performance 
months in advance. Publicity, 
staging, costumes, and many other 
details of putting on a successful 
play in addition to the arduovis 
rehearsal schedule, claim the time 
and efforts of Roister -Doister 
members. 

The Roister-Doister year started 
off favorably in November with 
Maxwell Anderson's Elizabeth the 
Queen. Shirley Hastings was out- 




Back Row: Bouncy. Wirth, Nason, Arsenault, Zimmon, Mcrkin, Rothstcin 

Third Row: Myers, Elliott, Katzenson, McCarthy, Reeves, Wadsworth, Stearns, Burke, Sadow 

Second Row: Crouch, Emberley, Volk, Ellison, Swanson, Brewton, Ireland, Robideau, Goldstein, Nicolai 

Front Row: Winslow. Cook, Saulnier, Erickson, Tucker, Jeffords, O'Donnell, Mueller, McPhail 








ROISTER DOISTERS 

standing in the title role, wliile the 
production itself was one of the 
best ever presented by the RD's. 
: The Roister-Doisters' steady 
growth in stature as well as in 
numbers was reflected in their selec- 
tion and skillful execution of Karel 
Capek's R. U.R. as their second im- 
portant play. A large and approv- 
ing Parents' Weekend audience 
appreciated the quality of drama 
represented by R.U.R. Equally 
well-received were the February 
inter-class plays. The freshmen 
presented A Mad Breakfast; soph- 
omores, Antic Spring; juniors, Box 
and Cox; and seniors. Fog on the 
Valley. 



Elizabrth the O" 




CONCERT ASSOCIATION 



The Concert Association is a 
group organized to provide en- 
tertainment for students, Univer- 
sity personnel, and tlie public. 
All students automatically become 
members of the association upon 
registration each semester with 
the payment of the Academic 
Activities tax. 

The Executive Board of the 
Concert Association arranges con- 
certs; it has adhered to high stand- 
ards of entertainment in its selec- 
tion of artists. 

Executive Board membership in 
the Association is open to all 
students who apply. The final 



Back Row: Montgomery, Sedgwick 
Front Row: Lowe, Gati, Chandler 




selection is subject to Executive 
Board approval. 

The successful series this year 
included Stan Kenton and his 
band, x\lec Templeton, the Hel- 
sinki University Chorus, the Min- 
neapolis Symphony Orchestra un- 
der the direction of Antal Dorati, 
and Rise Stevens. 

Each concert was attended by 
an enthusiastic capacity audience 
which was particularly pleased 
when Stan Kenton honored re- 
quests from the audience and 
when the director of the Helsinki 
Chorus spoke briefly but impres- 
sively at intermission about music 
as the universal language and as a 
cementing bond between Finland 
and the United States. All were 
thrilled at the Chorus' only de- 
parture from their native tongue 
as they sang The Star Spangled 
Banner to open the program, and 
later the University was honored 
by the conferring of honorary 
membership in the Helsinki Cho- 
rus on Professor Doric Alviani. 
Concert Association Manager 
Charles Gaetz was made an associ- 
ate member. 

These concerts are eagerly an- 
ticipated by all, for everyone has 
come to depend on the Concert 
Association's high-quality contri- 
butions to the cultural offerings of 
the University year. 



CONCERT ASSOCIAIION 




■57 



STUDENI SENAIE 



This year the Senate instituted 
a new pohcy of representation. It 
was decided that senators-at-large 
from campus were to be elected, 
thereby giving senators who had 
previously shown ability and stu- 
dents who were outstanding lead- 
ers an opportunity to be elected by 
the entire student body. These 
students competed for the posi- 
tions of senators-at-large much as 
candidates campaign for class of- 
fices. The senators-at-large policy 
has added many worthwhile lead- 
ers to our student government. 



The Senate had a successful 
year under the capable leadership 
of its officers: John Heintz, presi- 
dent; Rita Katz, vice-president; 
and Joan Larwood, secretary. 
Standing committees were formed 
— finance, activities, curriculum, 
public relations, athletics, build- 
ings and grounds, boarding halls, 
and elections — and new commit- 
tees were also organized. Among 
these was the Honor Commission, 
which has been investigating the 
advantages and disadvantages of 
an honor system on this campus. 



Back Row: Carron, Whalen, Craham, Sax, Douglas, Burke, Kchoc, Marks, Finegold. Juskiewicz 
Second Row: O'Donnell. Cook, Gionfriddo, Adams, Premo, Bowler, Millis, Olsen, Everest, Davis, Waike 
Front Row: Mirkin, Cole, Hebert. Glinka, Miller, Heintz., Kat/.. Larwood, Russell. Broadhurst. Jacobson 




58 



i '::mt 


^ ^ 


gri' 


FL i'H 


'4 


V vf 


1 




J 


^r^^..^.,..r. "^^^1 


*-^\ ^./^' 


^^^.* ""^HSCC jH 


■'"~"^'««s3i;;;sr^f3i8s»i~:; ,; 





STUOENI SENATE 



will increase the number of cars on 
campus. The Senate sent repre- 
sentatives to the New England 
Student Government Congress 
where they gained valuable in- 
formation on methods of student 
government used in other schools 
in New England. 

Additional activities of the Sen- 
ate included the soliciting of con- 
tributions for the Campus Chest 
Drive, sale of the University calen- 
dar, the promotion of less expen- 
sive textbooks, and agitation for 
better campus roads and side- 
walks. 



The Executives 



Look, Ma. I'm a pressure group 



In addition, a committee on social 
affairs was formed to help evaluate 
and improve social life. The Con- 
stitutional Revision Committee 
which was set up last year con- 
tinued its work. 

This year the Senate provided 
new band uniforms and blazers 
for the Chorale members, being 
aware that a well-dressed Band and 
Chorale were valuable as publicity 
for the University. The Senate has 
also been seeking to enlarge the 
University parking area, especially 
since next year's enrollment will 
include a great many veterans who 




59] 



COMMITTEE ON SOCIAL ACTIVITIES 




Mr 



Mill 



Procopio, 
s, Bailey, 
Reagan, Miss Totman, 
Mrs. Davcy, Mr. Culbert- 



Froiit Row: Mr. Varley, Ke- 
hoe. Bowler, Katz, Miss 
Curtis, Mr. Leavitt, Tut- 



This committee was reorganized 
during the past year from the 
Student Life Committee. Its eight 
faculty members were chosen by 
the provost while the Senate 
named the ten student members. 
Its function is advisory to the 
president on all social functions. 



whether of a temporary or per- 
manent nature ; and the committee 
holds the responsibility of provid- 
ing a varied and well balanced 
social activities program. The stu- 
dents and faculty involved proved 
to be mutually understanding and 
cooperative. 



COMMITTEE ON RECOGNIZED ACTIVITIES 



Back Row: FeingoUl. Wood- 
bury, Russell, Marks. Mil- 
ler, Pearsc 

Middle Row: Bowler. Brox, 
Mr. Dickinson, Mr. Brown , 
Merkin, Jack, Adams, Jus- 
kicwicz 

Front Row: Cole, Miss Cur- 
tis, Everest, Mr. Ludtke. 
Miss Larkin. Mr. Leavitt, 
Krikorian 

Absent: Dean Robert Hop- 
kins 



This committee, composed of 
eleven faculty members and fifteen 
students, was formed from the 
old Academic Activities Commit- 
tee. It acts as advisory to the 
president on all organizations and 
extracurricular activities of stu- 
dents requirmg charter or financial 




sanction by the Student Govern- 
ment and approval by the presi- 
dent. It submits an annual report 
to the president and has drawn up 
a philosophy of conduct in its ef- 
fort to provide regulation and 
equal opportunity for all. 



60 



WOMEN'S JUDICIARY 



The Women's Judiciary Board 
is composed of five women students 
who have been elected by vote of 
all the women on campus. It in- 
terprets and enforces the rules 
and regulations concerning con- 
duct of women students. Its pri- 
mary concern is with those cases 
which are above the jurisdiction 
of the women's dormitories. As a 
part of the University's General 
Court, it is an important unit of 
student government on this cam- 
pus. In cases requiring constitu- 
tional 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 the large number of traffic 
violations on campus. The Men's 
and Women's Judiciaries hold 
joint meetings on decisions 
which concern constitutional ques- 
tions rather than on those con- 
cerning misconduct of students. 
The Student Senate co-operates 
with both groups in making regu- 
lations and in setting up rules for 
meetings of the boards. The mem- 
bers are elected by all men stu- 
dents on campus. 



Back Row: Steele, McGi 
Front Row: Mai 



lin. Wolf, Mackey 




^^^^^^ 






M^#«c- jilb 


^0 





61] 




f^ f^, o 




Standing: McLellan, Miss Miles, Doll 
Seated: Whitten, Fish 



SlUDENI CHRISTIAN ASSOCIAIN 



The Student Christian Associa- 
tion welcomes students of all faiths 
into membership; it works with 
the denominational groups and 
with the Chaplain's Council. This 
year, as in the past, the Associa- 
tion sponsored the Freshmen Cab- 
in Party, day conferences, weekly 
vesper services, coffee hours, and a 
first annual spring retreat. 



62 




NEWMAN CLUB 



Catholic approaches to social, 
educational, and religious phases 
of student life are examined at the 
well-attended meetings of the New- 
man Club. Outside lecturers and a 
series of movies added profes- 
sional information and entertain- 
ment to the season, which was 
climaxed by the annual spring 
retreat and Communion Break- 
fast. 




I'ower. Parnin, Morse. Miss iia 



[63 




Standing: Freeling, Mr. Sa 
Seated: Schwimmer, Stern 



Judson Fellowship 

Baptist college students from 
both the University and Amherst 
College participate in Judson Fel- 
lowship activities. A series of dis- 
cussion groups, meetings, and var- 
ied social events was enjoyed by 
the members during the past year 
and was climaxed by the yearly 
retreat. 



C\* ^^ 




Hillel Foundation 

The Hillel Foundation serves 
the religious, social, and intellectu- 
al needs of Jewish students and 
strives for inter-faith cooperation. 
The group organized Sunday night 
suppers, dances, debates, and mov- 
ies, a Chanukah Festival in the 
fall, and a Purim Festival in the 
spring. Classes in Jewish history 
were offered. 













<*»» 








^ 


^ 


i 


«a|y 


1 1 :' 


P 


|^_^ii 








MSJft-f^SB 






i 


KH 





King, Mr. Saiicti, 



Luth( 



Club 



Lutheran students are invited 
each year to join the Lutheran 
Club, an organization which en- 
deavors to create a deep fellowship 
and understanding among Luther- 
an college students. This year, as 
in previous years, the club spon- 
sored monthly meetings and dis- 
cussion groups for its members. 



Standing: Buczala, Wolfe 
Seated: Pastor Leverenz, Gustav 



64 



Wesley Foundation 

The AVesley Foundation at- 
tempts to help Methodist students 
apply Christian ideals to religious, 
social, and economic problems 
which occur during their college 
careers and will occur during their 
later lives. ^Yeekly social events 
and meetings are scheduled for the 
members during the winter months. 




Standing: Mr. Lauriat, Fogg, Mrs. Pearson 
Seated : Briggs, Wadsworth, Fedoryshyn 



Edwards Fellowship 

Students of Congregational and 
Presbyterian denominations par- 
ticipate in Edw^ards Fellowship ac- 
tivities. The group strives to im- 
part the Christian way of life to 
its members, and this year a lec- 
ture series on marriage, entitled 
"Are You Fit to be Tied?" was 
sponsored by the organization. 




Standing: E 
Seated: Mac 



Channing Club 

Unitarians and other religious 
liberals are welcomed as Channing 
Club members. The group offers 
weekly meetings and this year 
sponsored suppers, worship ser- 
vices, speakers, and a Unitarian 
question box. Discussion sessions 
were held and a special study of 
church history was made by the 
members. 




Standing: Hathaway, Hart, Goslee, Kinsley 
Seated: Siddall, Holbrook, Jackson 



65 




Chrysostom Society 

The Chrysostom Society was 
founded with the intention of or- 
ganizing all students of the Ortho- 
dox faith and furthering under- 
standing of their common religion. 
The activities program this year 
included several guest speakers, a 
spring picnic, and a dance. In ad- 
dition the members attended 
church several times as a group. 




Canterbury Club 

The Canterbury Club at the 
V. of M. is a part of the National 
Canterbury Association and wel- 
comes students of Episcopal faith 
into membership. The organiza- 
tion strives by meetings, discus- 
sions and social events to keep the 
students in touch with their church 
and Christian ideals. 




Standing: Siddall. Boyden 
Seated: Dr. Temple, Felton 



Standing: Bellas, Mr. Markakii 
Seated: Platsis, Swide, Kofos 



Chaplain's Council 

The Chaplain's Council is the 
central planning board for all 
campus activities of a Protestant 
nature, also serving for the advice 
and counsel of the Protestant 
Chaplain.' Among the activities 
sponsored by the Council are 
Christmas Vespers, Lenten Com- 
munions, Religious Convocation 
Day, and the Christian Activities 
Fund. 




INTERNAIIONAL RELAIIONS CLUB 



of the 19.53-54 season were a talk 
by Professor Theodore Caldwell of 
the I'niversity faculty, who spent 
a recent sabbatical in England; a 
lecture on German relations by 
Professor Karl Loewenstein of Am- 
herst College; a discussion on 
"International Morality versus 
Power Polities'" by a panel of fac- 
ulty members; and a lecture by 
Frederick L. Schuman. 

Because of the current inter- 
national situation and growing in- 
terest in world affairs, the Interna- 
tional Relations Club membership 
has been steadilv increasing. 



Frederick L, Schu 



The International Relations 
Club strives to develop among the 
student body an active interest in 
the study of international affairs. 
The club is composed of foreign as 
well as American students, who 
exchange information and aim to 
promote good will and understand- 
ing. 

In an effort to promote interest 
in the club, trips and panel discus- 
sions were held; guest speakers of 
American and international fame, 
were enjoyed by the members. 

Among the outstanding events 




Standing: O'Nei 
Seated: Robinsc 



I. Mr. Al 

II. Plats 



I lOBY 



Work at the Mount Toby Reser- 
vation, destined one day to be a 
campus recreation center, this year 
resulted in the completion of a 
parking lot to accommodate 150 
automobiles. A shelter, tables, and 
fireplaces had been installed the 
previous year. 

Preparation of a swimming 
beach was started, but the actual 
student swimming area will not be 
complete;d until the project re- 
ceives the necessary funds from a 
class gift or other source. 

One of the most popular events 
at Mount Toby this year was a 
Mountain Day held in the fall 
when students and faculty enjoyed 
a picnic lunch supplied by Draper, 
a tour of the mountain, and sport- 



ing events. A similar barbecue 
outing was planned for the spring. 

Bringing Mount Toby to its 
present degree of development de- 
manded countless hours of plain 
hard work. Supporters of the 
Mount Toby Recreation Project 
spent many week-ends, holidays, 
and even vacations cutting brush, 
clearing picnic areas, blazing trails, 
building the shelter — and, inci- 
dentally, getting tired, lame, cut, 
and very dirty. 

Their efforts and the support of 
other campus groups were well 
worth-while, however, in building 
and organizing recreational facili- 
ties, and use of the Mount Toby 
recreational center will soon be an 
integral part of campus life. 



Back Row: Katz. Taylor, Leland 

Front Row: Vann, Arsenault, Robideau 




ALPHA PHI OMEGA 




Anybody bring the 



Alpha Phi Omega, national ser- 
vice fraternity, whose members 
are all former Boy Scouts, again 
this year succeeded in fulfilling its 
objectives by performing many 
services to the campus and com- 
munity. 

Members of the fraternity re- 
paired the bridge, originally con- 
structed by them, at the brook 
near the athletic field. Among 
numerous service projects were 
ushering at basketball games, mon- 
itoring campus bulletin boards, 
and generally helping out wherever 
needed. 



Standing: Mitchell, Corrigan, Taylor, Mr. King 
Seated: McCann, Hanson, Houston 





WMUA, the LTniversity broad- 
casting station, this year inaugu- 
rated a system of broadcasting 
dinner music to the new commons 
via its sound system. The station 
is now on the air for a longer time, 
beginning at 5 p.m. and operating 
to 11 p.m. except on Friday and 
Saturday nights when it broad- 
casts until 1 a.m. and 12:30 a.m. 
respectively. 

A feature of the Friday night 
programs is Frank Donovan's 
"Crazy Rhythms," while the 
"Dancing in the Dark" program is 
heard at fraternity houses on Sat- 
urday night. In addition, all home 



Back Row: O-Coniiell. McCowan. Fleming, Arsenault, Wirth, Bouclirr. Mirkin, White, Wissenbach, Mort 
Second Row: Morse, Brewton, Parnin, Salvini. Taylor, Brown, Donahue. Lowe, Taylor, Ensher, Shuman 
Front Row: E. White. MacLaiighlin, Sweeney, Larson, Technical Director, Freeman, Station Manager, Hartwell, Pro- 
duction Director, Elliott. Donovan, Audet 




football and basketball games have 
been broadcast by the station. 

In addition to recorded music 
and a "Master Works" program 
nightly, the station rebroadcasts 
news from station WQXR in New 
York. 

About fifty people make up the 
staff this year with Ann Freeman 
as station manager, Robert Hart- 
well, program director, Joe Lar- 
son, technical director, and George 
Allen, treasurer. 

W]MUA always welcomes new 
personnel, for the duties of its 
staff are so many and varied that 
any skill or interest can be put to 
good use. 








I wonder if th 


eyre really unbreakable. 




WS^ 


---.A pillHi 




" I^H 


^l^^SBIBim 




BJHH| 


mS^ 




hIb 


^^^^H^^^H 




H 


f^l ' 


jj. 


X J 


"S^^^l 




w^ 


i} 


- 


j^kf 1 


m^^^^^l 




Km 




^ 


HH^^x^Lj 


^^^H 




1 




1 
1 


^-Ii\ ^^"^^ 





[71] 




LA MAISON FRANCAISE 



A group of twenty girls, includ- 
ing two exchange students from 
France, occupy the first floor of the 
Abigail Adams house — a section 
known as "La Maison Francaise." 
They enjoy French discussions in 
an attempt to acquire a broader 
knowledge of the country, the 
language, and the people. 

Every Thursday it is the custom 
of the girls to eat together at But- 
terfield, and converse in French 
throughout the meal. Not only at 
this time — but as often as possi- 
ble — they practice French, aim- 
ing to master the language. 



Back Row: Courtney, Rapaport, Nelson, Meyers, Carroll, Colinet, Bennett 
Second Row: Roberto, Barthe, Foley, Winslow, Mueller, Jaeobson, Hitchcock 
Front Row: Charm, Caron, Clidden. Clark, Volk, Parsons, May 




72' 




Standing: Bevilaqua, DeMcllo 
Seated. Filiault, Volk 



Spanish Club 

The Spanish Ckib aims at pro- 
moting interest in Spain and the 
Spanish speaking countries, and 
stimulating interest in their cus- 
toms, culture and history. The 
members enjoy Spanish films, 
songs, and lectures at meetings, 
and hold several parties during the 
year. 




French Chib 

The purpose of the French Club 
is to acquire a broader knowledge 
of French culture. Its monthly 
meetings at the Farley Club House 
are conducted entirely in French. 

The pageant put on by the cluV) 
was a highlight of Christmas week, 
and its annual dance. The Cafe 
Rendez-vous, was its usual success. 




Standing: Mr. Lee. Ston 
Seated: Wyman, Moser 



Standing: Bernatowicz, Bevilaqua. DeMello 
Seated: Zarrclla, BeroU. Miss Tillona 



German Club 

The German Club ofi'ers stu- 
dents the opportunity to supple- 
ment their class work with practice 
in speaking German and to in- 
crease their knowledge of German 
customs and cvilture. This year the 
club traveled to Smith and ^It. 
Holyoke Colleges for joint meet- 
ings, and attended several German 
movies at Amherst College. 



73 




Gariictt, Glinka, Bailey 

A. S. M. E. 

Tlie student branch of the Amer- 
ican Society of ^Mechanical Engi- 
neers at the University finds tliat 
contact with graduate engineers 
and members of other branches of 
the organization at its meetings is 
ihuminating, and it strives to 
achieve a broader compass of in- 
formation bv this means. 




A. I. E. E. 

The A.I.E.E., a student branch 
of the national American Institute 
of Electrical Engineers, aims at 
giving students a broader view of 
the field of professional electrical 
engineering. Speakers at monthly 
meetings contributed their knowl- 
edge and ideas. 



t.M' 







Standing: Hildebrandt. Hall 
Seated: Towers. Butler 

A.S. C.E. 

This is a professional club chart- 
ered by the American Society of 
Civil Engineers to foster interest 
in civil engineering. Membership 
is open to all undergraduate stu- 
dents who are interested. Topics of 
professional interest are presented 
by prominent engineers and dis- 
cussed bv the students. 



Standing: Wilde 

Seated: Reeves, Tierney, Georg 



74 



Agricultural Engineering Club 

Active botli on and off caini)us, 
tliis club is a student branch of 
tlic American Society of Agricul- 
ture Engineers. It contributes to 
the National Journal of ASAE, has 
at its meetings outside speakers 
and student reporters, and partici- 
pates in the annual Engineering 
Open House. 





Seated: Chiidw 



Arboriculture Club 

The members of the Arbori- 
culture Club are afforded an op- 
portunity of becoming acquainted 
\Yith representatives of various 
utility companies in AYestern Mass- 
achusetts as well as with owners 
of public and private tree com- 
panies. Occasional field-trips 
helped to round out its program. 



Animal Husbandry 

One of the major accomplish- 
ments of the Animal Husbandry 
Club is the sponsorship of the an- 
nual Little International Livestock 
Show here on campus. Programs 
for its monthly meetings include 
guest speakers, student reports 
about placement offers, and movies 
on field trips, jobs, and livestock 
conservation. 




Standing: Brown, Mr. K 
Seated: Smith, Howard 



[75 



Bacteriology and Public 
Health Club 

During monthly meetings mem- 
bers of tliis organization further 
their interest in bacteriology, pub- 
lic health, and medical tech- 
nology. Authorities from these var- 
ious fields offer counsel concerning 
opportunities in these professions. 
The fvdl program is balanced by 
social events, such as holiday par- 
ties and picnics. 




Slandiiig: Slii 
Seated: \Cilkii 



Chemistry Club 

The Chemistry Club is com- 
posed of chemistry majors and is a 
student affiliate of the American 
Chemical Society. The professional 
atmosphere afforded by this club 
helps its members to increase their 
knowledge of activities in the field 
of chemistry. Meetings proved pop- 
ular and were well attended. 




I'liillii,^. Mr. Maii.lil. Sowyrda, Gerson 

Business Administration Club 

This club represents a coordinate 
effort of faculty and students to 
discuss topics such as advertising, 
merchandising, and labor rela- 
tions. Guest speakers are invited to 
the meetings in order to familiarize 
its members with current problems 
and policies in the business world. 




Standing: Hen< 
Seated: Dolan, Sulliva: 



Barr, Mr. Ritchie. Cog 



76 




Slaiuliii!:: Hii^cHii. IVir 
Scaled: Bill. Saydlonski 



Amateur Radio Association 

Anyone interested in amateur 
radio is welcome at tlie Radio 
Club's meetings in the engineering 
building, for membership is not 
restricted to campus residents. 
Members contact ham operators 
all over the world, and soon the 
club hopes to offer a free message 
service from campus to anywhere. 




Chemical Engineering Club 

Members of the Chemical En- 
gineering Club aimed at keeping 
abreast of current advances in 
this field. Monthly meetings were 
held in which movies were shown 
and speakers from on and off 
campus spoke and participated in 
stimulating discussions. 




Standing: Levenson, Maltz, Sii 
Seated: Rosen, Pavony 



Standing: Lawler, Mr. Spense, Mr. Smith 
Seated: Mello, Tumey, McCarthy 



I.Z.F.A. 

I.Z.F.A. (Intercollegiate Zionist 
Federation of America) activities, 
of a political nature, are based on 
the realization that the main- 
tenance of the Jewish homeland 
and the strengthening of ties, by 
every possible means, between 
American and Israeli Jewry are es- 
sential to the creative regeneration 
of the Jewish people. 



77] 




Dairy Club 

University as well as Stock- 
bridge dairy students were mem- 
bers of this club which united 
future herdsmen to discuss present 
and past developments in their 
field. Speakers, movies, and earnest 
discussions were climaxed by a 
banquet in the spring to round out 
their program. 




Chess Club 

Every Thursday night in Old 
Chapel Seminar a group of chess 
enthusiasts met for their regular 
meeting. Non-club members were 
invited to join in the matches or to 
come and learn to play. The ex- 
perts matched wits with Amherst 
and Holy Cross Colleges and with 
the faculty. 




Standing: Mr. Roberts, Schlafman, Parsons 
Seated: Frazer, Allison 



Standing: Mr. Hankinson, Cilmartin, Erickson 
Seated: Taylor, Eaton. Chambers 

DeMolay Club 

This young club on campus has 
already become well known 
throughout the state for arousing 
interest in fraternal activities. 
x\fter establishing itself as a chart- 
ered chapter during the past year 
it obtained the power to initiate 
on its own. It then traveled 
throughout the state installing lo- 
cal officers. 



[78] 



Economics Honor Society 

Tlie Economics Honor Society 
met for the purpose of lielping 
Economics honor students phin 
and prepare their theses. The So- 
ciety is composed of graduate stu- 
dents and of seniors and juniors 
who have attained an average of 
80 or above. 




Wood, Rex, Hastings 



Fernald Entomology Club 

The whats, whys, and wliere- 
fores of Entomology were exam- 
ined through movies and speakers 
at tlie monthly meetings of this 
group in an effort at greater appre- 
ciation and wider knowledge of the 
subject. Social events added a light 
touch to the activities. 




Standing: ^^iK■^s. Mr. Morris. 
Seated: Tattlebaum. Mapcs 

Education Club 

"What will I do if this situation 
arises?" — Future teacher mem- 
bers of the club asked questions 
like this while discussing trends in 
education and problems which 
they were likely to face in years to 
come, hoping to gain knowledge 
which would help them in their 
careers and aid in raising educa- 
tional standards. 



n a 




Standing: Bacheu. List, Par 
Seated: Flint. Savos 



[79] 



%—^l 




Standing: Toohey, Cannon 
Seated: Fall, Woods, Birch 

Food Tech Cluh 

Botli graduate and undergradu- 
ate students join this club, which 
has been accredited by the profes- 
sional society and is the charter 
chapter of the Institute of Food 
Technology. Speakers and social 
events provide knowledge and 
relaxation to those interested in 
this field. 




Floriculture Club 

Planning and preparing exhibits 
for the annual Horticulture Show 
kept members of the Floriculture 
Club busy early in the year, but 
later manual labor was replaced 
by serious study of the technical 
and vocational aspects of their 
field. Guest speakers gave impor- 
tant assistance to the program. 




Standing; Watts, Resnick 
Seated: Powers, Bedrosian 

Forestry Club 

The Forestry Club, providing 
students with an opportunity to 
build up their informal profes- 
sional background, schedules 
speakers on all phases of forestry 
and participates in the annual 
Horticulture Show. Another ac- 
tivity looked forward to by all 
members is the gala annual spring 
picnic. 



CrofT, Bruso, Harrison, Nason 



80 




Standing: Den 
Seated: All 



Future Farmers of America 

Membership in the Stimpson 
Heald Collegiate Chapter is open 
to those who have been members of 
secondary school chapters and to 
those who are training to become 
vocational agriculture teachers. 
Professor Oliver advises this club, 
which functions to develop compe- 
tent, aggressive rural leadership. 




4-H Club 

After a period of voluntary in- 
activity first semester, the 4-H 
Club reorganized in January and 
conducted a successful program 
throughout the remainder of the 
year. This club affords 4-H'ers an 
opportunity to continue their pre- 
college association with 4-H work. 




mding: Lcveille, Murdy, Wile 
ated: Kenniston, Stiles 



Geology Club 

This club does not restrict its 
membership to majors; it offers 
speakers and always enjoyable 
field trips for the instruction of 
the members. A Christinas party 
with the geology fraternity and a 
joint meeting with the geology 
clubs of Smith, Amherst, Williams, 
and Mt. Holyoke completed the 



n, Sullivan, Costello, LaFreniere 



82 



Home Economics Club 

"^I'lie project of the cliil) this 
year was to raise money to send 
Marie Peterson, next year's state 
president, to the convention in 
California. Publication of the Skin- 
ner Scoop was continued and speak- 
ers, socials, and the annual ban- 
cjuet and picnic were enjoyed. 




Standing: Peck, Mrs. Theis 
Seated: Broudc, Barnard 



Land Architecture Club 

The club consists largely of 
majors in Landscape Architecture 
who meet twice monthly to discuss 
their field and to make suggestions 
to the department where they 
think they would be valuable, a 
situation made possible by the 
close connection between the chib 
and the department. 




Oi 



Ni 



This 



honor society for home 
economics majors is now in its 
second year of organization. It 
offers extensive tutorial assistance 
to students in the department, 
but it has a non-academic person- 
ality, too, which this year found 
expression in an international din- 
ner and a fashion show. 




Standing: Mr. Hi 
Seated: Leav 



[83] 



Math Club 

The Math Club is a student or- 
ganization, formed, run, and fin- 
anced by the students. Programs 
during the year feature student 
speakers, visiting faculty, or pro- 
fessional men. The club sponsors a 
state-wide competition for higli- 
school students and publishes the 
Integrater during the school year. 




Kuf, Mr. Johr 



Physical Education Club 

Physical education majors en- 
joyed an unusual addition to their 
regular program of movies and 
speakers this year by taking part 
in the International Physical Con- 
gress, which was held here. The 
Club continued to pursue its gen- 
eral aim of promoting interest in 
physical education. 




Standing: DcLand, Mr. Skillings 
Seated: I"errino, Kcefe, Peterson 



Olericulture Club 

For the uninitiated, olericulture 
has to do with vegetable growing 
on a business scale. Through the 
Olericulture Club, members be- 
come acquainted with the latest 
methods in the industry at month- 
ly meetings which feature guest 
speakers who are among the out- 
standing men in the field. 




DiVinciiiAo, IMr. Iticoi. Coslillo, Damon 



84 




lolbrook, Ralston, Darras, Ut: 



Pomology Club 

The Pomology Club supple- 
ments its general aims of stimulat- 
ing and maintaining interest in 
pomology by dispersing current 
occupational information, ac- 
quainting its members with out- 
standing professional pomologists, 
and sponsoring occasional social 
events, sometimes in conjunction 
with the Olericulture Club. 




Outing Club 

A packed program conducted at 
a pace that would leave the chair- 
rockers breathless characterizes the 
Outing Club. The outdoor en- 
thusiasts who keep this organiza- 
tion so active sponsor week-end 
ski trips, mountain climbing days, 
campouts, and hikes, in addition 
to regular meetings. 




Haeseler, Brunetti, Mr. Roberts, Tuttle 

Rod and Gun Club 

The Rod and Gun Club is the 
activity for anyone interested in 
hunting, fishing, and all kinds of 
wild life. Movies and speakers are 
obtained by the club in an effort 
to learn more abovit conservation 
and game areas. ^Vith increased 
membership the club went on hunt- 
ing trips and sponsored the annual 
spring intercollegiate fly casting 
competition. 



PR[-K1[D CLUB 



A constantly growing organiza- 
tion, the Fre-]Med Club has made 
its influence felt on campus in 
fostering increased knowledge of 
medical subjects and realization 
of the importance of medicine in 
the world. Its officers and particu- 



larly capable advisor have helped 
stimulate discussion among the 
faculty and members at the regu- 
lar social and professional meet- 
ings, where speakers frequently 
introduced authoritative material 
for discussion on topics of interest. 



Standing: Tatirosian, MoLaiiKlilii 
Seated: Bogni, StplUito 





Standing: George, Mr. Uittracli 
Seated: l'alcz> nslii, Wolpert. Scude 




Poultry Science Club 

The program of practical busi- 
ness meetings mixed with informal 
social affairs proved a pleasant and 
worthwhile combination by which 
to disseminate information and 
arouse interest and participation. 
Speakers, discussions, and activi- 
ties rounded out the local func- 
tioning of the club, and mem- 
bership in the National Collegiate 
Poultry Science Club added a 
broad national outlook. 



86 



Sociology Club 

This c'lul) i)r()vi(les informal 
monthly meetings designed for 
sociability and varied discussions 
of the fields of sociology, social 
work, and social problems. Panels, 
guest speakers, and joint meetings 
with other clubs are included in 
the year's programming, which is 
climaxed by the annual picnic. 




Standing: Miss Hubbard, Davis, Jackson 
Seated: Kijanowski. Smith, Kaligian 



Pep Band 

The ^'arsity Pep Band, a com- 
ponent of University Bands, is a 
newly formed group of twenty en- 
thusiastic musicians. ^Yith Don 
Hanson as manager they brought 
music of all kinds to the home 
basketball games, the Clark game 
in ^Yorcester, and to Winter Carni- 
val. 




Square Dance Club 

The Square Dance Club is open 
to all who care to learn about 
dance sqviares and contras, folk 
and couple dances. Barkev Kali- 
gian, fiddler, and Ed Kijanowski, 
guitarist, supplied the music, with 
occasional bass fiddle, banjo, and 
accordion setting in. 




Standing: Cav. 
Seated: Woodv 



rl>. Lombard 
ard, Hanson, Tur 



87 



SIAIEITES 




The Statettes are made up of 
twenty-one sophomore girls, most 
of whom were, as freshmen, mem- 
bers of the Harmonaires. Their 
interest in learning more about 
group singing and musical varia- 
tions led to the organization of 
this group as an official Class of 



'5G project. Bill Finley, a music 
major, is student director of this 
group of sophomores. This femin- 
ine version of the Statesmen ex- 
hibited their ability at Christmas 
Vespers, a Fine Arts program 
in March, and a spring program. 



Press Club 

Press Club members are ulti- 
mately responsible for giving the 
University much of its publicity. 
Composed of student correspond- 
ents to city newspapers and the 
directors of the Home Town News 
Bureau, the Club distributes Uni- 
versity news. Their meetings pro- 
vide an opportunity to talk over 
common press problems. 



Psychology Club 

The Club provided an oppor- 
tunity for those interested in psy- 
chology and psychiatry to develop 
their knowledge through the en- 
lightening talks of speakers and 
the exchange of ideas among the 
members. Job opportunities and 
progress in the field also received 
attention at the meetings. 



AIR CADET SQOADRON 



The Air Cadet Squadron is af- 
filiated with the Massachusetts 
Air Cadet Group and Ihiited States 
Air Cadet Wing. Its purpose is 
"to advance the mihtary prepared- 
ness and protection of our country ; 
to increase knowledge of the scope 
and mission of the Air Force; and 
to provide training in leadership 
and other attributes essential to 
future commissioned officers and 
citizens." 

Any member of the University's 
Air Force ROTC with the qualify- 
ing grade in Air Science is eligible 
for membership. 



The organization is run by seven 
staff members, along with a faculty 
advisor : Commander, William Stur- 
tevant; Executive Officer, Mark 
Rand; Personnel Officer, Phil Kuz- 
meski; Operations Officer, Larry 
Webber; Supply Officer, Don Lee; 
Public Information Officer, Tom 
Prince; and Sergeant-at-Arms, Bill 
Barnard. 

The Squadron sponsors the 
AFROTC Drill Team, and carries 
out a training program of lec- 
tures and talks by qualified per- 
sonnel at meetings held twice 
monthly. 




89 




ATHLETICS 



VARSITY BASEBALL 








SUMMARY 




Mass. 


2 


Coast Guard 


1 


Mass. 


1 


B. U. 


2 


Mass. 


10 


New Hampshire 


4 


Mass. 


5 


Clark 





Mass. 


5 


Trinity 





Mass. 


3 


Springfield 


6 


Mass. 


5 


Boston College 


1 


Mass. 


1 


Williams 


8 


Mass. 


1 


Vermont 


2 


Mass. 


2 


Vermont 


1 


Mass. 


3 


A. I. C. 


2 


Mass. 


4 


Tufts 


3 


Mass. 


3 


W. P. I. 





Mass. 


1 


Holy Cross 


2 


Mass. 


4 


Rhode Island 





Mass. 





Rhode Island 


3 


Mass. 


4 


Northeastern 


2 


Mass. 


1 


. Amherst 


2 


Mass. 





Amherst 


1 



Coach Earl Lorden looked for a 
successful 1953 baseball season 
with the return of eleven varsity 
lettermen. As spring practice rolled 
around, the Lorden -men were 
hampered by rains and wet ground 
and were forced to hold many of 
their practices indoors. 

The season oi^ened on April 15, 
only to be snowed out. The hoiue 
opening game saw the Redmen 
defeat Coast Guard by a score of 
2-1. Don Swanson bewildered the 
Guardsmen, giving up three hits. 
The B. U. Terriers defeated Mass. 
2-1 in twelve innings on a Nunziato 
single. MacKenzie pitched the first 



nine innings and was replaced by 
Phil Tarpey, who finished the rest 
of the game. 

Scoring six runs in the sixth, U. 
of M. defeated New Hampshire, 
10-4. Swanson struck out eight 
men and Pedigree garnered three 
hits to star for the Lorden-men. 
Against Clark, Faucette and Mac- 
Kenzie combined efforts for a 5-0 
white-washing. The fans saw Clark 
make ten errors to give Mass. the 
victory. 

Phil Tarpey threw a 5-0 shut-out 
against Trinity for the Redmen's 
fourth victory against one loss, 
xlgainst Springfield, the Redmen 



[92; 



VARSIIY BASEBALL 



committed five errors to lose, 6-3. 
Don Swanson was the loser and 
Pedigree had two hits. 

The Redmen traveled to Boston 
College where they pounced on 
B. C. for five runs in the first four 
innings to sew up the ball game 
by a score of 5-1. Tarpey had a 
shutout going into the ninth, but 
Boston College tallied once to 
break it up. 

UMass then traveled to Wil- 
liams and suffered its worst defeat 
of the season, 8-1. After scoring one 
run in the first inning, the Redmen 





Coach Earl Lorde 



remained scoreless for the remain- 
der of the game. IVIacKenzie, Fau- 
cette, and Corkum all pitched for 
the losers. 

In the first game of a double- 
header, Vermont beat Mass. by a 
score of 2-1. Mass. retaliated by 
winning the nightcap by an identi- 
cal score. Yogi Wisnewski and 
Phil Tarpey starred for the UMies. 
Yogi drove in the winning run in 
the fourth inning with a long 
double. 

Tarpey won his third straight 
ball game by turning back A.I.C., 
3-2. Pedigree's single in the last 
half of the ninth was the deciding 
blow. The win gave the Redmen a 
season record of seven victories 
and four defeats. U. of M. then 
traveled to Medford and eked out 
a 4-3 victory over the stubborn 
Tufts Jumbos. Tarpey started and 



93] 



was lifted for a pinch-liitter in the 
seventh inning. Joe Faucette came 
on to gain credit for the victory. 
Rabioh with four hits, Driscoll 
with three hits, and Lajoie with two 
doubles provided the batting punch 
for the victors. 

The Redmen defeated W.P.I, by 
a score of 3-0 behind the pitching 
of Don Swanson. Swanny gave up 
nine walks, but left fifteen men on 
base. Akerson was the hitting star 
with two singles. 

In the most important game of 
the season, the Redmen traveled 
to Worcester to play the Holy 
Cross Crusaders. The Crusaders 
defeated the Redmen in a thrilling 
ball game by a score of 2-1. Mass. 
scored first on a single, error, and a 
long fly ball in the first inning. 






From that point Lonergan al- 
lowed the Redmen only one hit for 
the next eight innings. Holy Cross 
went on to tie the game. In the 
tenth inning, the Crusaders picked 
up one run to win the ball game. 
Phil Tarpey went the distance for 
Mass. and pitched a fine game in a 
losing cause. 

The team traveled to Rhode 
Island, and in the first game of a 



94] 



VARSITY BASEBALL 



douhleheader, Mass. won by a 
score of 4-0. Don Swanson pitched 
a fine l)all game, and was in full 
control all the way. R. I. retaliated 
by shutting out the Redmen be- 
hind the one-hit pitching of Don 
Stenhouse. who faced twenty-two 
men in se\'en innings to win, 3-0. 
]MacKenzie suffered the defeat, 
while giving up only seven hits. 

As the season neared completion, 
Swanson defeated Northeastern by 
a score of 4-'-2, in what proved to be 



the Redmen's last victory of the 
season. In the final two games of 
the season against Amherst, INlass- 
achusetts lost both games. Phil 
Tarpey lost another tough-luck 
ball game by a score of 2-1. Two 
days later, Don Swanson lost a 
thrilling 1-0 ball game in twelve 
innings before a capacity crowd of 
graduating Seniors. The UMies 
finished the season with a record 
of eleven victories against eight 
defeats. 



Back Row: Manager Faberman, Faucette, Naida, Tarpey. Blanchard, Wii 
Second Row: Rabioli, Costello, Mackenzie, Norman, Corkum. Lesser 
Front Row: Bakey. Driscoll, Captain Pedigree, Lajoie, Akerson 




95] 



FROSH BASEBALL 



Under the leadership of Coach 
Mel Massueco, who started his 
first year as coach of the Freshman 
squad, the Redmen Freshmen com- 
piled one of the finest records a 
freshman team has ever made. 

The team record of six victories 
and two defeats was marred only 
by losses to Springfield and Trinity. 
The wins came at the expense of 
Monson Academy, Worcester Ac- 
ademy, Amherst, Maiden High 
School, Nichols Junior College, and 
Williams College Freshmen. 

Dick Eid paced the yearlings 
with a record of four wins against 







SUMMARY 




Mass. 


8 


Monson 


3 


Mass. 


7 


Worcester 


6 


Mass. 


7 


Amherst 


3 


Mass. 


7 


Trinity 


9 


Mass. 


6 


Maiden 





Mass. 


7 


Springfield 


8 


Mass. 


13 


Nichols 


5 


Mass. 


1 


Williams 






one loss. Jim Rivers and John Sky- 
peck hit consistently for the frosh, 
and emerged as the team's leading 
hitters. Coach Lorden can look 
forward to such rising stars as 
Eid, Rivers, Skypeck, Lou Gobeille 
and Brian Wilcox to replace his 
losses via the graduation route. 



Back Row: Coach Massueco, Stewart, Carvey, Rhodes. Eid. Ma 
Second Row: Goheille, Packard, Leath. Leisure, Wilcox, Day 
Front Row: Waks, Winters, Rivers, Egan, Miller 








3r:\iM.\i{v 




Mass. 


3 


Norlli ( arolina 


6 


Mass. 


5 


Urowii 


6 


Mass. 


4 


W.IM. 


1 


Mass. 


2 


.\iiilicr.sl 


;$ 


Mass. 


10 


Lowell Tech 


1 


Mass. 


6 


i\[i(l(llehurv 


7 



LACROSSE 





Lacro.s.se entered it.s sophomore 
year with a rough schedule. The 
team, though not yet on varsity 
status, showed tremendous spirit 
and drive. The high point of the 
year occurred against Lowell Tex- 
tile, when Bill jNIoffit scored six 
goals and assisted in one other. 
The informal club finished the 
season with a record of two vic- 
tories and four losses. 

The spring of \95i will mark 
the first year that lacrosse will be 
a varsity sport, and with eleven 
returning veterans, Coach Ricci 
looks forward to a good year. The 
schedule will include Amherst, 
M.I.T., and Trinitv. 



Back Row: Manager Miller. RIomstrom, Alberts. Hadro, Coacli Ri« 
Fourth Row: Batcheldcr. Bruno. Saleski. Jennison. Jacobson 
Third Row: Sgan, Perronc, David, White. Stocki 

Second Row: Graham. Pavlovich, Monoghan, March. Smith. Shor< 
Front Row: Mellor. Le May. Captain Moffitt. Yessair. Huber. Speii 




[97; 



VARSITY TENNIS 




SUMMARY 

Mass. 6 Boston U. 

Mass. 6 Holy Cross 

Mass. 2 R. P. I. 

Yankee Conference Fourth 



Mass. 


6 


Vermont 


3 


Mass. 


4 


Springfield 


5 


Mass. 


2 


Tufts 


7 


Mass. 


5 


Worcester Tech 


4 


Mass. 


9 


A.I.C. 






Steve's varsity tennis team en- 
joyed a fair season, with a record 
of five victories and three defeats. 



Tlie Netnien started the season off 
fast, winning consecutive matches 
with Boston University and Holy 



Back Row: Coach Kosakowsky, MacJLeod^ Tiltoii, Finogold, Manager Appel 
Front Row: Ilagerty, Captain Tucker, Simpson 




VARSITY TENNIS 




Cross. The Redmeii were paced by 
Mai MacLeod, John Murray, Cap- 
tain ]Mel Tucker, and newcomer 
Saul Femgold. 

]Mass/s first loss came against 
R.P.I, by a score of 7-2. Only Mac- 
Leod and Simpson could win their 
matches. The Yankee Conference 
followed, and proved verj' costly 
to the LTlNIies. John ]Murray, the 
number three man, twisted his 
ankle and was out for the remain- 
der of the season. Murray was 
forced to forfeit his matches in 
both singles and doubles. Without 
Murray, the "Racketeers" could 
gain no better than a fourth place. 



Massachusetts regained its win- 
ning ways against Vermont, de- 
feating the Catamounts by a score 
of 6-3. The Redmen then lost two 
straight matches to Springfield 
and Tufts. The Indians defeated 
Mass., 5-4. The Jumbos from Med- 
ford defeated the Maroon and 
White by a score of 7-2. The Net- 
men came back strong as the season 
closed to upend Worcester Tech, 
5-4. In the final match of the year 
the Redmen really poured it on 
hapless A.I.C. INIass. won every 
match, shutting out the Aces, 9-0. 
Prospects for next year are very 
good. 



VARSIiy SPRING TRACK 







SUMMARY 




ass. 


34 


Williams 


101 


ass. 


56 


Trinity 


65 


ass. 


51 


Amherst 


84 


ass. 


71 


Worcester 


55 



Fourth — Yankee Conference Meet 



The spring season found Lou 
Derby's tracksters plagued by the 
same defects that hampered them 
all season. The Derby men opened 
the spring season with three con- 
secutive dual meet losses to Wil- 
liams, Trinity, and Amherst. Joe 
Kelsey, Frank Barous, and Harrj^ 
Aldrich shone for Massachusetts. 

The Redmen won their lone 
dual meet at the expense of Wor- 
cester Tech. Frank Barous and 




Harry Aldrich led the way. Massa- 
chusetts finished fourth in the 
Yankee Conference meet behind 
repeating Rhode Island. However, 
Coach Derby expects great im- 
provement next year, with im- 
portant additions to the squad 
from this year's undefeated frosh 
team. 



Back Row: Coach Derby, Knapp, Angellini, Quigley, Rutfield, Barroni, Mackey 
Front Row: Mclniiis, Captain Barous, Briere, Steere, Stone 




[loo; 



VARSITY FOOTBALL 



The 1953 football season saw a 
staunch but inexperienced Red- 
men squad go down to defeat in 
seven out of eight games. Coach 
Charles O'Rourke, in his second 
year as head coach of football here 
at the Universitj^ was unfortun- 



accurate arm of Noel Reebenacker, 
such an important cog in last 
year's machinery, was sorely 
missed this year. Coach O'Rourke 
was unsuccessful in his many at- 
tempts to find an adequate re- 
placement for the famous "Reeb." 




ately plagued by injuries to key 
men throughout the season. One of 
the key losses was that of Captain 
Walt Naida, one of the finest de- 
fensive ballplayers in the history of 
the University. This season marked 
the return of one-platoon football 
to the college scene, and the Massa- 
chusetts team was unable to make 
the conversion successfullv. The 



The traditional opening game 
against Bates College was won 
handily by the Redmen, 34'-l'2. 
UMass overpowered the Bates 
eleven and seemed on the way to 
a successful season. Superb run- 
ning by Jerry Walls, Red Porter, 
and Buster DiVincenzo highlighted 
the O'Rourkemen's opening game 
rout. 



102 




Mass. 


34 


Bates 


1^2 


Mass. 





Connecticut 


41 


Mass. 


7 


Springfield 


■20 


Mass. 


14 


Rhode Island 


41 



{g 




Mass. 14 Northeastern 41 

Mass. 14 Brandeis 38 

Mass. 6 Tufts 14 

Mass. 12 New Hampshire 32 



Unbeaten, untied, iinseored against . and ready for the first gar 




103 



VARSin FOOTBALL 



The following Saturday, the 
University of Connecticut invaded 
Ahimni Field in the first home 
game of the season, and romped by 
a score of 41-0. UConn scored at 
will against a bewildered Massa- 
chusetts team that fell apart at 
the seams. 

The third game was a thriller 
all the way, but Springfield Col- 
lege emerged on top by a score of 
20-7. The Redraen made a valiant 
attempt to win this game, but the 
weak pass defense of Massachu- 



setts could not stop the sharp- 
shooting of Springfield's passers. 

The University of Rhode Island 
traveled to Amherst, and gave 
the UMies a third straight shellack- 
ing. Spearheaded by Pat Abruzzi 
and Sam Pina, Rhodie rolled over 
the Redmen by a score of 41-14. 
Rhode Island, one of the top teams 
among all New England schools, 
was simply too much for the under- 
manned Mass squad. 

UMass then traveled down to 
Boston to meet a great North- 



Back Row: Coach Gladcliuk. Cordcllo. Bissoiicttc, Porter. Hassell, Gorii 

Ion, Coach Lordeii 
Third Row: Coach Massucco, Estes. Connally, McDermott, Phelan, Hen 

Head Coach O'Rourke 
Second Row: Corey, Berlin, DiVinoenzo, Woffcrd, Rex. Redman, Bowers, Cildea, Chatis, Ash< 
Front Row: Matherson, Jacques, Chambers, Kirsch, McGowan, Captain Naida, McPhcc, G: 



. Sgan, Dufault. Shupe, Hallett, Mgr. Dil- 
an, O'Brien, Piro, Mallan, Walls, Johnson, 

, Torehia, Kidd 




.ti^ 



64 HO 80 78 I 65 ( S3 66 71 83 I 85 

ilr^rfi' t'liiii^l II I <* 



!%«--•■ )l. 



»^ -^H^ 



■=!** -:_^'»* ^* ^^4' 



M...M^...-,,M.M 



105 



VARSIiy FOOTBALL 




eastern team. Northeastern pro- 
ceeded to wallop UM by a score 
of ^l-l^. By this time, everyone 
began to wonder if "41" was the 
magic number which Charlie 
O'Rourke saw in his nightmares. 

The next home game was against 
Brandeis University. Sid Gold- 
fader and crew were out to avenge 
a stunning '■16-6 loss hung on them 
last year. They came, they saw, 
they conquered. The first half was 
played on even terms, but the 
powerful Judges were not to be 
denied, and proceeded to belt the 
Maroon and "White by a score of 
38-14. 

Traditional rival Tufts College 
opposed INIass. the following week 
and won a thriller, 14-6. The Mass. 



team played one of its finest games 
of the season, but was unable to 
score when it had the opportunity. 

The last game of the season was 
played against New Hampshire. 
The Redmen went ahead early in 
the game, and trailed by one point 
at the half. But the O'Rourkemen 
could not hold back the powerful 
UNH club, and lost by a score of 
32-12. 

The team ended up the season 
with a record of 1-7-0. Coach 
O'Rourke has some experienced 
performers for next year in Jerry 
Walls, Al Estes, Co-Captains Mac- 
Dermott and Kirsch, and Don 
MacPhee. Bouquets for the season 
go to departing seniors Chambers, 
Captain Naida, DiVincenzo, and 
Jacques. 



Now listen — I ■ 



<^m 


1 f -^ 


1^7 I^B^ 








X'"^^^l 


■ii "^MH 


« jJ^HI 


l^l^ T ~" ^ J^w 


sH^Mn 


^^Fx~ . .,4!^'^S(|m 


Rl 


nm 



[106] 



FRESHMAN FOOIBALl 







SUMMARY 


^lass. 


20 


Springfield 6 


Mass. 


13 


Monson Academy 


INIass. 


20 


Trinity 7 


INIass. 


18 


Bi'own 14 




The freshman football squad, 
under the astute tutelage of Coach 
jNIel Massucco, enjoyed one of the 
finest seasons in the history of the 
school. The Yearlings breezed 
through the season without a blem- 
ish, winning four games. 

The Frosh tipped over Spring- 
field, Monson Academy, Trinitjs 



and Brown, in that order, to climax 
a highly successful season. The 
games were highlighted by hard 
tackling, precision blocking, and 
bruising running. Coach O'Rourke 
of the Varsitj' can look forward to 
boys like Roger Barons, George 
Dunn, Jim Ruberti, and Bob Ing- 
ram to bolster his sagging Varsity. 



Back Row: Carey, Connally, Keppcr, McCrae, Marr. Maia. Ingram, Ruberti, Spriggs, Sainpson, Davis, Spicwak 

Seeond Row: Wright, Aaroiison, Noble, Flaherty, Murray. Mahoney. Norkaitis, Halley, Barous 

Front Row: Coach Massucco. J. Whalen, T. Whalen, Cicri, Pascarelli, Barsalow, Shea, Dunn, McCarthy, G; 




107 



VARSIIY CROSS COUNlRy 



Lew Derby's cross country team 
was the highlight of the fall sports 
program. The Harriers won the 
New England cross country cham- 
pionship and the Yankee Confer- 
ence championship. The team 
placed second in the Connecticvit 
Valley championships, and won 
five out of six dual meets. The 
only dual meet loss was to Yale. 

The squad was led by two sen- 
iors, Co-captains Harry Aldrich 
and Hank Knapp. The rest of the 
squad was composed of sopho- 
mores — Bob Horn, Pete Conway. 




Lcpkowski, Power, Conway, Aldrich, Horn, Knapp, Hoss 




108 



VARSIIY CROSS COUNTRY 



and Will Lepkowski. The success 
of the team was due to the com- 
liined ett'orts of its members, and 
amazing balance in performance 
was shown at all times. The season 
opened with an 183/^-361/^ win 
over Amherst. Aldrich and Horn 
tied for first place, with Conway 
third, Lepkowski and Knapp sixth 
and seventh respectively. Two days 
later the team journeyed to Boston 
to meet Boston College. Five Red- 
men broke the tape at the same 
time to give Massachusetts a per- 
fect 15-48 victorj^ A repeat of the 
Boston College meet was staged 
when the team raced Worcester 
Tech for a victory. 




Mass. 





^)„ 






SUMMARY 




18K 


Amherst 


363^ 


15 


Boston College 


48 


15 


Worcester Tech 


50 


26 


Harvard 


28 


1st 


Yankee Conference 




2nd 


New England 




41 


Yale 


20 




109 



FRESHMAN CROSS COUNIRY 




Back Row: Hedlund, McCormick, Crawford, Shay, Coach Derby 
Second Row; Walsh, Osborne, Hoinc, Eagan 
Front Row: McEachein, Finegold, Beers, Wright 







SUMMARY 


Mass. 


53- 


-2iid 


won by Tufts 


Mass. 


50 




Harvard 15 


Mass. 


38 




Mount Hermon 19 


Mass. 


26 




Williams 31 


Mass. 


26 




Amherst 31 


Conn. 


Valley 


^2nd 




New Englands — 6tli 




Mass. 


28 




Yale 27 



The freshman cross country 
team enjoj^ed fair success this year 
under the guidance of Coach Lou 
Derby. The UMie harriers opened 
the season with a triple meet at 
Medford, finishing second to a 
strong Jumbo club. The freshmen 
then traveled to Cambridge, 
where they were defeated by a 
fine John Harvard club. Bobby 



Brown was the only Redman to 
finish in the top ten. 

Massachusetts dropped its third 
straight meet to rival Mount Her- 
mon Academy by a score of 19-38. 
The Redmen finally broke into 
the win column against Williams 
by a score of 26-31. The Derby- 
men won their second straight 
meet by defeating cross-town rival 
Amherst by a score of 26-31. 

In the Connecticut Valley 
championship, the Mass. yearlings 
finished second behind the Spring- 
field Gymnasts. In the New Eng- 
lands, the Freshman Squad fin- 
ished sixth, behind powerful Provi- 
dence. In the final race of the 
year, the freshmen lost to the 
Yale Frosh by a score of 27-28. 



[lio: 



VARSIiy SOCCER 



Coach Larry Briggs' Hooters 
started ott' the season on the wrong 
foot, but finished strong to end up 
among the top teams in New 
England. 

The Redmen opened the season 
by getting soundly trounced by 
a strong Dartmouth club, 9-1. 
Wesleyan shut out the Briggsmen 
by a score of 4-0. But, the Red- 
men bounced back to defeat Wil- 
liams College and Worcester Tech. 

In the next three matches, the 
UMies were only able to salvage 
a tie with the Huskies of UConn. 
The Redmen won their next two 
matches, but were sadly outplayed 
by Springfield, 6-0. Massachusetts 







SUMMARY 




Mass. 


1 


Dartmouth 


9 


Mass. 





Wesleyan 


4 


Mass. 


4 


Williams 


1 


Mass. 


4 


AVorcester Tech 


2 


Mass. 





Amherst 


5 


Mass. 


2 


Connecticut 


2 


Mass. 


2 


Brown 


3 


Mass. 


2 


Trinity 





Mass. 


6 


Clark" 


3 


Mass. 





Springfield 


6 


Mass. 


3 


Tufts 





Mass. 


5 


Boston U. 






shut out Tufts and B. U. in the 
final games of the season to end 
up with a record of 6-5-1. Clarence 
Simpson, Al Hoelzel, and John 
Suleski stood out all year for the 
Redmen. 



Back Row: Manager Bembcr 
C. Miller, Coach Briggs 
Second Row: Dean. Constantine, Newall, Bru 
Front Row: Simpson. Bragiel, Captain Pudd 



, W. Sturtevant, Dana-Bashian, R. Sturtevant, Cornelii 



irsky, Goodman. Shreter, Abraha 

n. Deans. Hoelzel, Monaglian, Suleski 




111] 



DRILL ILAM 



From 175 candidates last spring 
were selected an enthusiastic 30 
girls, who were rewarded for their 
long and tedious practice by the 
universal acclaim of the Univer- 
sity and other audiences before 
which they appeared. Drill Cap- 
tain Nancy Pond Hastings led the 
girls in a new precision step with 
which they delighted and enter- 
tained the spectators at half-time 
shows at seven out of eight games 
this season. 

Well prepared by Drill Master 



Clem Burlingame, assisted by Bob 
Russell, the Drill Team also found 
time to march at rallies and at the 
Pittsfield Hallowe'en celebration. 
The girls in grey and white will 
long be remembered by nostalgic 
alumni for their superior perform- 
ances in the fall. This year the 
Team demonstrated its versatility 
by introducing a little carefully 
planned clowning into their snappy 
routines to successfully add humor 
to their always impressive per- 
formance. 



Back Row: Johnson, Handy, Crowson, Curtis, Bartlctl. Moore, Slicdd, Smith, Kuznicki, 

Fourth Row: Crosby, Mulcahy, Cann, Clement, Biggar, Farrell, Kennedy, Hall, Green, Brice 

Third Row: Bcrnat, Marland, Hartford, Tuttlc, Litwack, Braverman, Lewis, O'Donnell, Moore, Casey 

Seeond Row: Anderson, Bedell, Cohen, Mansfield, Elliot, Strother, Murphy, Duffy, Smith, Lapworth 

Front Kow: Davenport, Stiles. Ferry. Hastings, Drillmastcr Burlingame, Assistant Drillmaster Russell, Bayon, 



liii 



<ll. 



Klah. 



\xl..- 



wa I f ^5^ 



~m 



i^^.*j«#~.f- Ar-fUv' ^vjfS;^^ 




[112; 



MAIOREITES-CHEERLEADERS 



Enlargiui;' tlu'ir s((u;ul to seven 
moinbers, the I'liiversity twirlers 
appeared this year in new uni- 
forms of white corduroy trimmed 
with Indian motifs. 

Parading smartly at football 
games and Friday night rallies, 
the group was led by Jean Tonks, 
who appeared wdth Marie Hanlon 
over television station WLP as 
guests of sports announcer Jerry 
Healy. 

Six freshmen joined the cheer- 
leading squad, contributing sig- 
nificantly to the pep and enthusi- 
asm at games and rallies. Veteran 
Sherry Richards captained the 
group, and Franny Jones and 
Alice Lee \vere awarded letters 
for their two previous years of 
service. 

The cheerleaders initiated a pop- 
ular pre-game novelty during the 
football season with a varietv of 




spectacular arrivals on the scene. 
One of the more memorable en- 
trances featured a fire-engine 
chauffeuring the slicker-clad squad 
out onto the field. 

In addition to their regular ap- 
pearances the group participated 
in "Meet the Brass," a program 
designed to acquaint the freshmen 
with the University. 



Tonks, Balston, Hanlon, Arnold, Couregliian, Dunham, Trunnper 




BASKETBALL 








SCHEDULE 




Mass. 


61 


Norwich 


73 


Mass. 


63 


Northeastern 


75 


Mass. 


42 


Holy Cross 


69 


Mass. 


59 


Trinity 


69 


Mass. 


45 


Amherst 


56 


Mass. 


63 


Worcester Tech. 


55 


Mass. 


50 


Middlebury 


52 


Mass. 


81 


Vermont 


67 


Mass. 


71 


Tufts 


47 


Mass. 


56 


Rensselaer 


62 


Mass. 


56 


Springfield 


49 


Mass. 


52 


Boston University 


49 


Mass. 


69 


New Hampshire 


62 


Mass. 


58 


Williams 


57 


Mass. 


68 


Rhode Island 


67 


Mass. 


60 


Clark 


51 


Mass. 


57 


A. I. C. 


64 


Mass. 


58 


Colby 


57 


Mass. 


69 


Maine 


49 


Mass. 


64 


M. I. T. 


47 


Mass. 


66 


U. Conn. 


75 


Mass. 


82 


New Hampshire 


60 




M 








^ i 



Back Row: Coach Curraii. Cohen, Eid, Fr>e, Bcrman, Roche, Manager Blumentha 
Front Row: Aho, Teeter, McDonough, MacLeod, Conceison, Howard 

[1161 




BASKEIBALL 



Sparkling, dynamic, superb — 
these were just a few of the words 
of praise heaped upon the 1953-54 
Redmen quintet. Under the tute- 
lage of Coach Bob Curran, the 
U Mass club racked up an impres- 
sive record of thirteen wins and 
nine defeats. This is the first win- 
ning record by U Mass cagers 
since 1941. 

Coach Curran was faced with 
a different problem in preparing 
his club this year. He had only a 
few returning veterans and a scar- 
city of height. He had to depend 
heavily on a crew of able but in- 
experienced sophomores. By blend- 
ing the know-how of co-captains 
John MacLeod and Bill Stephens 
with the talents of his sophomores, 
Curran built a strong team. 
"Tlie Redmen were unable to hit 



the victory trail in tlieir first five 
games, and U Mass rooters fore- 
casted another dismal season for 
the home forces. In the game 
against W.P.I. Curran's yearlings 
finally became accustomed to var- 
sity ball, and the first victory of 
the year was registered. The U 
Mass hoopsters stayed on the win- 
ning path for the remainder of the 




117] 




schedule, losing only four of their 
last twelve games. 

In analyzing the success of this 
year's team, bouquets have to be 
given to a multitude of people. 
Coach Curran deserves much praise 



for his skillfvd handling of the 
team in general. He employed a 
fast-break type offense to com- 
pensate for the lack of height. This 
fast break accounted for nine new 
records this year. Just a few of the 




118 



BASKETBALL 




WhafU I do 1 



records set include: most points in 
one game, eighty-two; highest 
point average in one season, 61.5; 
and most victories in one season, 
thirteen. The sophomore contin- 
gent of Eid, Aho, Skypeck and 
Berman is to be commended for its 
fine play in first-year varsity com- 
petition. Co-captains MacLeod 
and Stephens, along with Connie 
jNIacDonough, who was ineligible 
first semester because of the trans- 
fer rule, were important cogs in 
this year's Redmen machine. 

In Yankee Conference play the 
Curranmen finished second to a 
powerful U Conn club, which 



went on to the N.C.A.A. Tourna- 
ment. The U Conn game, inci- 
dentally, was one of the highlights 
of the season. The Redmen, under- 
dogs in the game, made a real con- 
test out of it, and lost by only a 
small margin. 

Next year's team should be even 
more potent than the fine squad 
this year. The sophomores will be 
back with a year of varsity ex- 
perience, and this year's fine fresh- 
man squad will bolster the team. 
Coach Curran's task should be 
much easier next year, and the 
Redmen enthusiasts should experi- 
ence a victorious season. 



119 



FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 



The freshman basketball squad, 
coached by Chet Gladchuk, en- 
joyed one of the finest seasons in 
the history of our school. Led by 
Jack Foley, the freshmen compiled 
a record of seven victories and four 
defeats against the best freshman 
squads in New England. 

The squad opened the season 
with an impressive 78-53 victory 
over Northeastern. Following a 
tough 47-53 defeat at the hands of 
the Holy Cross yearlings, the Red- 
men racked off four straight vic- 
tories. The Umies lost to Spring- 
field, but bounced back to defeat 
^\illiams, 77-7*2. In the remaining 
three games the Yearlings de- 
feated Clark, and lost to the 
Rhode Island and Connecticut 
freshmen. 







SCHEDULE 




Mass. 


78 


Northeastern 


53 


Mass. 


47 


Holy Cross 


53 


Mass. 


77 


Trinity 


68 


Mass. 


68 


Amherst 


52 


Mass. 


72 


W. P. I. 


60 


Mass. 


80 


Tufts 


48 


Mass. 


68 


Springfield 


77 


Mass. 


77 


WilUams 


72 


Mass. 


87 


Rhode Island 


93 


Mass. 


83 


Clark 


60 


Mass. 


63 


Connecticut 


93 



One of the highlights of the sea- 
son took place at Rhode Island, 
where Jack Foley scored forty-one 
points to set a new scoring record 
for the R. I. cage. Coach Curran 
is expecting great things from 



Foley, McGrath, 
Pompeo next year. 



Brennan, and 



Back Row: Manager Haywood, Manager Bloom, Snead, Brennan, Ingram, Taylor, Brown, Cogswell, Manager Pfeningcr 
Front Row: Assistant Coach Naida, Gagnon, Edgar, Foby, McGrath, Kirby, Pompeo, Coach Gladchuk 




120 



INDOOR TRACK 



Coach Lew Derby's varsity and 
freshman tracksters reached the 
end of another indoor season, and 
soon abandoned the boards for the 
cinders, with the advent of fair 
weather. 

With a record of no wins, one 
tie, and three losses, the season 
must not necessarily be considered 
a complete failure. The Derbymen 
were hurt by lack of depth in the 
half-mile, quarter mile, and the 
field events. 

The Derbymen fared much bet- 
ter in the distances, hurdles, and 
relay events. The outstanding per- 
formances of Harry Aldrich, Squea- 
ky Horn, and Hank Knapp, in the 
two-mile left nothing to be desired 
in any of the meets. The climax of 
the trio's success came against 
Holy Cross, where they swept the 
event. In the mile it was Bill Hoss 
every time; and. finally hitting his 
stride against U.N.H., Captain 
Herbie Stone, with Paul Thomas 
and Howie Forman, was a con- 
sistant point-getter in the low and 
high hurdles, and the dash. It was 
Howie Forman in the high jump, 
hitting his peak against B.C., when 
he cleared six feet. 

The season's losses were to Holy 
Cross, Boston College, and Provi- 
dence College; and the tie was a 
nip and tuck affair with New 
Hampshire, resulting in a 38)^- 
383^ deadlock. 





SCHEDULE 


Mass. 


third 


Yankee Conference 


Mass. 


second 


B.A.A. Mile Relay 


Mass. 


26 


Holy Cross 51 


Mass. 


381^ 


New Hampshire 38j^ 


Mass. 


35 


Boston College 55 


Mass. 


281-2 


Providence 523^ 




The relay team of Ratyna, Lep- 
kowski, Stone and Mclnnis placed 
second in their heat of the mile re- 
lay at the B.A.A. In the K. of C. 
meet, they were nosed out by 
Rhode Island and Maine, and 
finished third in the Yankee Con- 
ference relay. 

The Frosh impressively com- 
piled a three, one, and one record, 
defeating New Hampshire, Holy 
Cross, and Worcester. 

Leaders for the freshinen were 
Feingold and Osborne in the high 
jump, McCormick and Wright in 
the dashes, and Fred Steele in the 



122 




INDOOR IRACK 



middle dash. One other factor in 
the team's success was the mile 
relay team of Crawford, Wright, 
Steele, and McCormick, which 
consistently placed. The brightest 
speck for the Little Indians was 
Fred Steele, who amassed a grand 
total of 433/^ points, and was the 
iron man of the squad. The relay 
team took a first in the B.A.A. 
against Rensselaer, Tufts, and 
Colby, thanks to the fine job of 
INlcCormick, who made up a ten- 
yard deficit and breezed to the 
finish far ahead of his nearest 
rival. 

Coach Derby has high hopes for 
next season because of a strong 
freshman squad, and because the 
strength of his varsity squad this 
year was in the sophomores and 
jvmiors, who will be returning. 




1-23 




Opening the season with a squad 
that consisted of only four veterans 
and nine untried sophomores. 
Coach Joe Rogers had an unenvi- 
able job ahead of him in attempt- 
ing to build a winning swimming 
team. 

The UMass tankmen opened 
their season favorably by sub- 
merging Boston University, 61-21, 





with seniors Captain Buster Camp- 
bell and Joe Rogers III along with 
sophomores Bob Gibbs, Bob Car- 
son, and Tom Lyons doing the 
bulk of the scoring. 

The following week the Redmen 
lost to an always powerful Am- 
herst College team in the final re- 
lay. In their last meet before the 
Christmas vacation the Rogers- 
men downed R. P. I., 43-41. Sopho- 
more Earl Kimball and junior Ed 
Hanson came through with timely 
points in this meet. 

Wesley an was the opponent in 
the first meet after vacation. That 
meet ended in one of the most ex- 
citing finishes seen here in many a 
moon, as Bob Gibbs, anchor man 
on the final relay, started out nine 
feet behind Fabian of the Wesmen 
and came within six inches of 
beating him. 



124 



Then the Redmen really hit 
their stride, and won the next 
three straight in fairly easy fash- 
ion, romping over W.P.I. , Tufts, 
and Coast Guard in that order. 

An undefeated UConn team 
was the opponent for the last 
home meet of the season. They 
waltzed past the Redmen, 59-25. 
Four days later, however, the 
Rogers-men came back with a 
vengeance and topped a good 
Bowdoin team, 50-34i, thus giving 
the Redmen a season's record of 
6-3 — the best since Joe Rogers' 
great 1942 team. 

Graduating this year are Cap- 
tain Buster Campbell, Joe Rogers 
III, and Don Bell. 

Frosh sensation Clark Baldwin, 







SUMMARY 




Mass. 


61 


Boston University 


21 


Mass. 


38 


Amherst 


46 


Mass. 


4.S 


RPI 


41 


Mass. 


37 


Wesleyan 


47 


Mass. 


58 


WPI 


24 


Mass. 


45 


Tufts 


39 


Mass. 


53 


Coast Guard 


31 


Mass. 


25 


Connecticut 


59 


Mass. 


50 


Bowdoin 


34 



who has been setting records every 
time he enters the pool, moves to 
the varsity next year to augment 
the already strong core of this 
year's sophomores. There is great 
promise that the Redmen will be 
making ciuite a stir in New Eng- 
land swimming circles next year. 



Back Row: Manager Shumway, Smiley, Carson, Burke, Gibbs, Killoy, Coach Roge 
Second Row; Hanson, Bell, Captain Campbell, Rogers, Kimball, Jacobson 
Front Row: Baldasari, Lyons, Bianchi 




125 




Back Row: Barrctte, McCrillis, Carlson, St. Lawrence, Sey 
Front Row: Damon, Baker, Zulalian, Crowley, George 



This season proved to be one of 
the best for the Varsity Rifle 
Team, with the marksmen piling 
up 4 wins and 5 losses in the New 
England College Rifle League, and 
an overall record of 7 and 6. The 
shooters under Coach Wooster 
were sparked to a winning season 
by Claude Barrette and Rex Bak- 
er. The high points of the season 
were the Norwich and Dartmouth 
matches. For the Redmen it was 
the first time that they had beaten 
Norwich, while the Dartmouth 
match was nip and tuck down to 
the last shot, with the NECRL 
champions coming out on top. 



SUMMARY 

Mass. 1378 Bowdoin 1316 

Mass. 1392 Maine 1432 

Mass. 1361 New Hampshire 1394 

Mass. 1394 M.I.T. 1412 

Mass. 1398 Norwich 1392 

Mass. 1370 W.P.I. 1270 

Mass. 1368 Colby 1318 

Mass. 1394 Dartmouth 1413 

Mass. 1396 Vermont 1412 

Mass. 1348 Harvard 1361 

Mass. 1371 Trinity 1237 

Mass. 1371 U. Conn. 1224 




126 



PISTOL 




Back Row: McCarthy, Feder, Waite, Mello, Coach Rogers 

Front Row: Donaldson, Candiloro, Captain Rogers, McCarthy, Barrcttc 



The 1953-54 pistol team im- 
proved on last year's record by 
coming in seventh in the United 
States Revolver Association 
matches. They were eighth last 
year in the same contest. 

The U.S.R.A. matches are con- 




ducted over a period of eight 
weeks, with each participating 
team shooting at U.S.R.A. targets. 
The teams are rated by the total 
score of the five top men on each 
team. 

Those that placed higher than 
the Redmen were such teams as 
West Point, Annapolis, and Mich- 
igan State. 

Charles McCarthy was the top 
marksman on this year's team, and 
although it has not been con- 
firmed yet, he appears to be a 
cinch for AU-American. Other con- 
sistent top men this year were 
Captain Joseph Rogers III, Claude 
Barrette, Hugh Ahern, and Rich- 
ard Waite. 



127 



INIRAMURAL SOFTBALL 





SUMMARY 




League 


.1 


League 


B 


L.C.A. 


13-0 


Brooks A 


13-0 


S.A.E. 


11-2 


Brooks B 


10-3 


A.E.P. 


10-4 


Stock. B 


10-3 


T.C. 


10-5 


Comm. B 


8-5 


S.P.E. 


9-5 


Greenough 


6-7 


K.S. 


7-6 


Middlesex 


6-7 


T.E.P. 


6-6 


Stock. A. 


6-7 


Q.T.V. 


6-7 


Chadbourne 


6-7 


A.G.R. 


5-7 


Comin. A 


5-8 


D.S.C. 


5-8 


Faculty 


5-8 


Z.Z.Z. 


4-9 


Sliderulers 


5-8 


P.S.K. 


4-9 


Bugs 


3-10 


A.T.G. 


1-12 


Plymouth 


3-10 


D.P.G. 


0-13 


Baker 


1-12 



The 1953 intramural softball 
season started off in high gear with 
two leagues in operation. 

In the Fraternity League, Lamb- 
da Chi Alpha swamped the opposi- 
tion to win the Greek crown for 
the second consecutive year. Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon took second place, 
and x\lpha Epsilon Pi took third 
place by defeating Theta Chi and 
Sigma Phi Epsilon in a playoff. 

In the Dormitory League, 
Brooks A ran away from the rest 
of the league, followed by Brooks 
B, and Stockbridge tied for second. 
The intramural championship was 
won by Lambda Chi by a score of 
4-''2 behind the sterling pitching of 
John Howard, who was undefeated 
in league competition. 




[128] 




INTRAMURAL FOOIBALl 



The Intramural Football League 
was divided into two leagues, the 
Inter-Fraternity League and the 
Dormitorj^ League. In one of the 
closest races in years, QTV de- 
feated AEPi in a playoff to win 
first place in the Inter-Fraternitj^ 
League. LCA defeated SAE in a 
playoff game to win third place. 
The season saw QTV come back 
to defeat an AEPi club which had 
knocked off favored LCA in a 
previous game. 

In the Dormitory League, Mills 
ran away from the rest of the 
clubs, losing only one game 
throughout the season. Mills then 
proceeded to defeat QTV in a play- 
off to win the Intramural Football 
Championship. 



FINAL STANDINGS 



League A 






W 


L 


QTV 


13 


1 


AEPi 


12 


2 


LCA 


12 


2 


SAE 


11 


3 


PSK 


7 


4 


SPE 


7 


5 


TC 


6 


5 


TEP 


6 


6 


DSC 


4 


8 


KS 


3 


7 


PMD 


2 


9 


AGR 


2 


11 


DPG 


1 


8 


ATG 





12 


League B 






IF 


L 


Mills 


11 


1 


Baker A 


9 


3 


Baker B 


8 


3 


Brooks 


7 


4 


Chadbourne B 


5 


4 


Plymouth A 


i 


5 


Chadbourne A 


3 


6 


Middlesex 


3 


7 


Greenough B 


3 


7 


Greenough A 


2 


7 


Plymouth B 





9 



129] 



INTRAMURAL BOWLING 



With the inter-fraternity bowl- 
ing season drawing toward a close, 
the race looked like a duplicate of 
last year's finish. AEPi was run- 
ning away from the league for the 
second year in a row. The rest of 
the league was bunched closely to- 
gether behind the league-leaders. 

AEPi, led by Bob Pollack with a 
sparkling 104 average, held all in- 



dividual and team records. These 
records included high single total 
(B. Pollack), high triple total 
(B. Pollack), high team total (sin- 
gles), and high team triple total. 
This was the standing when the 
Index went to press. The remain- 
ing matches featured Sig Ep and 
TEP attempting to insure second 
and third spots respectively. 







SUMMARY 






Alpha Epsilon Pi 


28 


4 


Theta Chi 


12 


12 


Sigma Phi Epsilon 


17 


11 


Phi Mu Delta 


9 


11 


Tau Epsilon Phi 


14 


10 


Sigma Alpha Epsilon 


10 


14 


Phi Sigma Kappa 


14 


10 


Kappa Kappa 


6 


10 


Lambda Chi Alpha 


15 


13 


Delta Sigma Chi 


6 


18 


QTV 


16 


16 


Alpha Gamma Rho 


5 


19 


Kappa Sigma 


12 


12 










130 



SUMMARY 












Bullols 




League A 




Cluulhounie B 


Lambda Clii Alpha 




9-0 


Bay State Rifles 


QTV 




7-1 


Brooks B 


Sigma Alplia Ki)siloii 




7-3 


Hampshire 


Tail Kpsil,,,, Phi 




7-3 


Berkshire 


Alpha Kpsih.ii I'i 




7-4 


Greenough 


Kappa Sigma 




6-4 


Buttertield 


Theta Chi 




6-4 


Commuters 


Phi Sigma Kappa 




5-4 




Delta Sigma Chi 




3-7 




Delta Phi Gamma 




2-8 


Baker B 


Alpha Tau Gamma 




1-8 


Chadbourne A 


Sigma Plii Epsilon 




1-8 


Baker A 


Phi Mu Delta 




0-7 


Mills A 



League 13 



League C 



Butterfield A 
Brooks A 
Middlesex A 
Plymouth A 



6-0 
4-1 
4-1 
4-1 
2-4 
2-4 
1-4 
0-5 
0-5 



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




^Vith three leagues in full swing, 
the 1953-54 basketball season was 
rapidly drawing to a close when the 
Index went to press. Lambda Chi 
Alpha was again running away 
from the rest of the league. The 
Lambdas looked like a shoo-in to 
finish the season undefeated. The 
rest of the league was bunched up 
behind the leading Lambdas. 



In League B, the Bullets were 
undefeated, followed by Chad- 
bourne B. League C featured Bak- 
er B and Chadbourne A as leading 
contenders, both sporting unde- 
feated records. 

These were incomplete results 
as the Index was unable to wait 
for final records. 



131 



NAIADS 



Thirty graceful aquatic baller- 
inas comprise the Naiads, the Uni- 
versity of Massachusetts synchro- 
nized swimming club; they are 
chosen especially for their swim- 
ming ability. The group provides 
a training class of Junior Naiads 
including ten freshman girls chosen 




in the fall who practice separately 
from the club until sometime in 
May, when they become full- 
fledged members. Thus the regular 
group always has a supply of al- 
ternates. 

Their shows in April and during 
Parents' Weekend display the bril- 
liant results of this practice. These 
two shows are student written, di- 
rected, and costumed under the 
supervision of Mrs. Hibbard of 
the women's Physical Education 
Department. Swimming to music, 
the girls present group and solo 
numbers. 

The club also participates in 
demonstrations with similar clubs 
of other colleges. Highlighting this 
year's activities was an appearance 
on television 




132 



Wi.A.-VARSITY M 



A successful year's program 
gained new ideas and inspiration 
from the National Athletic Federa- 
tion of College Women Conference 
in California, which was attended 
by the president, Dotty Bemis, 
and faculty advisor, Miss Totman. 
Publicity proved to be better when 
the number of dormitory repre- 
sentatives was increased to four 
for each dormitory. 

With an extensive program, the 
W.A.A. this year served a much 
greater number of students than 
ever before, even holding sports 
day programs with other colleges. 




Back Row: Tourville, Bartholomew, Foster, Lupien, 
Allen, Kelleher 

Front Row: Dewar, Weissinger, Bemis, Caffrey, Has- 
tings, Nyberg 



Standing: Kirsch, Dean, Clark 
Sitting: Tarpey 




The Varsity M Club, composed 
of distinguished athletes who have 
won their "M" in varsity sports, 
functions to promote fellowship, 
encourage scholarship, foster so- 
cial activities, and maintain good 
relations between coaches and play- 
ers. 

For the benefit of the scholar- 
ship fund the Club runs conces- 
sions and sells the sport programs 
at athletic events, and concessions 
at registration. Among the plans 
under consideration is one to hold 
annual fall dances, in particular, 
a dance for seniors, to raise funds 
for special awards. 



133 



DORMITORY 




WOMEN'S DORMS 



Somebody once said that you 
need only two buildings to start 
a college — a library and a dorm- 
itory. It's a pretty wholesome 
thought when you stop to think of 
it. Students living and studying 
and "goofing off" together. That's 
the dormitory part of it. That's 
the part of it we wall be remember- 
ing most clearly ten or twenty 
years from now. We won't all re- 
member all of the things, and we 
won't all remember the same 
things, but we will all remember 
some of the things. And 53-54 will 
add its collection to the bag of 



memories. 



This was the year the women's 
"quadrangle" actually material- 
ized. Two new dorms, Crabtree 
and Leach, opened their doors in 
September; and the girls on the 
hill reluctantly left their "castle 
in the clouds" (Butterfield) and 
came down to reacquaint them- 
selves with the campus. 

The record class of freshman 
girls occupied three full dormi- 
tories — Lewis, Thatcher, and Crab- 
tree. And with the usual freshman 
energy and enthusiasm, dorm spir- 
it was high. Thatcher took home 
another placjue from the Freshman 
Sing for placing first. 










checker finals 



How tall are they? 



Crabtree initiated another "first" 
in dormitory functions when to- 
gether with Butterfield they gave 
a Christmas formal on the night 
before Christmas vacation. Sun- 
day morning breakfasts were a 
weekly occurrence in all three fresh- 
man dorms. With the new ruling 
on closed fraternitj^ parties, an- 
other function assumed by the 
freshman dormitories was the Sat- 
urday night party plan called 
Freshman Frolics. The dormitories 
alternated the responsibility of 
giving the parties so that each 
Saturday night a different fresh- 
man dorm — girls' and men's a- 
like — was the site of a party. 

The absence of the most vital 
organ in a girls' dormitorv — tele- 




137 



WOMEN'S DORMS 



phones — created a problem of 
major importance for several weeks 
in Crabtree and Leach. 

Thatcher boasted the highest 
percentage of girls who got their 
seventy averages on Dean's Satur- 
day, while Lewis produced beauty 
queen after beauty queen. 

The upperclass dormitories, 
Knowlton, Hamlin, the Abbey, 
and Leach, with much the same 
enthusiasm as the freshman dorms 
but without the novelty, took 
their places on the campus scene. 



The Lost Chord 





Hamlin's very successful "Nauti- 
cal Nightmare" dance was 
matched only by Knowlton' s 
"Moulin Rouge." 

And all the dorms had their own 
private parties and problems 
which had no effect on the campus 
as a whole, but which were of tre- 
mendous importance to the girls 
sharing in the fun and in the 
trovibles. Hallowe'en parties, house 
meetings, Christmas parties and 
decorations, open-house parties, 
bull-sessions, W.A.A. teams — 
these activities made dorm life a 
wonderful experience. 



138 




MEN'S DORMS 



Now I-U tell ( 



The freshmen dorms sustained 
social activities among the men's 
dormitories with Butterfield's Bar- 
gain Ball at one for nineteen cents 
and two for thirty-seven. Other 
dances given by the dorms were 
key-noted by the Freshman 
Frolics every Saturday night. 
Brooks House saw' a new regime of 
house counselors after the famous 
Milk Machine Holdup. And But- 
terfield very valiantly proved that 
boys won't always be mischievous 
boys when the entire house came 
to the aid of Mr. and Mrs. Demp- 
sey in their hour of need. 



Ah! it's a great life! from the 
heights of Butterfield to the depths 
of the cinder blocks. Most men at 
U. M. take this gigantic plunge 
from being freshmen on the hill to 
being upperclassmen in the crumb- 
ling abodes of Federal Circle. But 
the experience gained in either 
place is invaluable. Much as we 
griped about the noise problems in 
the cinder blocks, down deep in- 
side we liked it! Going to sleep at 
night despite the sounds of a bull 
session at the other end of the cor- 
ridor and a bouncing ping pong 
ball in the rec room became a real 
challenge. And in spite of slipping 
back three steps for every one up 
at Butterfield Hill in winter, it 
was a great dorm. 



Oh, she's the one, all right 




139 




Ever try rubbing two sticks togethe 




A quick glimpse into the dorms 
at any hour of the day or night 
gives a picture of what life here is 
really like — a group of fellows 
working diligently on a booby trap 
over the entrance to a "friend's" 
room — a room full of sports fans, 
each one proving that he is worth a 
dozen Charlie O'Rourkes — a soli- 
tary one-fingered typist, the grey 
streaks of dawn entering his room 
— 3 A.M. and four bridge players — 
the operator telling him for the 
eighth time that the lines at 
Thatcher are busy — an alarm 
clock being shut off as he decides 



140 



MEN'S DORMS 



to sleep through his eight o'clock 
— a short game of hockey in the 
fourth floor corridor — and as 
many more activities as there are 
people to do them. 

Ah! it's a great life! and when 
English I and Economics 25 are 
just names of courses in the distant 
past, incidents of dorm life will be 
vivid in our memories. 




The IMiaiUom I'la: 




141 




COMMUTERS 






^^mM^** 




COMMUIERS 



If one drew a circle with a 
twenty -mile radius, with the cen- 
tral point on campus, most of the 
areas from which commuters con- 
vene would be included. On the 
East this would be bounded by 
Ware and Athol, on the North by 
Greenfield, on the West by Wil- 
liamsburg, and on the South by 
Holyoke and Springfield. 

Arriving at various times be- 
tween seven-thirty and ten, the 
majority of commuters converge 
upon Mem Hall, leave books or 
lunches in the several corners and 
hurry oft' to classes. Free periods 
find thein in the Libe studying or 
in the C Store and Mem Hall 
playing cards or just talking. Lunch 
hour brings the choice of going to 
the Snack Bar, the C Store, or the 
Commuters' Room in the base- 
ment of Mem Hall. 

Autos crammed with commuters 
exit from campus in the after- 
noons from three until about five- 
thirty. Many of these return at 
night to club meetings and for 
intra-mural sports, for the majori- 
ty of commuters take active part 
in campus activities. As a group 
they sponsor dances and parties. 
At the present time, a constitution 
for the new Commuters' Club is 
before the Senate. Many day stu- 
dents belong to fraternities and 
sororities. Women commuters en- 




[144] 




ter teams in volleyball, bowling, 
basketball, and badminton compe- 
tition, while the men's basketball 
team has consistently ranked high 
in the league. In addition, com- 
muters are well represented by 
several senators in the student 
government. 

Commuting in this age of fast 
automobiles offers few difficulties 
except, of course, occasional flat 
tires. Some commuters who walk 
from homes in Amherst find they 
have a shorter distance to travel 
than certain fraternity or sorority 
people, but regardless of where 
one lives or what one's official 
classification is, everybody belongs 
on the UM campus. Commuters 
find complete acceptance by cam- 
pus residents and are given every 
consideration and encouragement 
by the administration. 



145 




THE GREEKS 



PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL 



President : Carolyn Alger 
Vice-President : Jane Hartman 
Secretary: Joan WMttemore 
Treasurer: Norma Gurwitz 

The Pan-Hellenic Council, com- 
posed of two members from each 
sorority, seeks to carry on the 
policies and ideals it has set up 
with the guidance of National 
Pan-Hellenic to foster high stand- 
ards and encourage worthwhile 
contributions from each sorority. 
Pan-Hell strives to set up rules 
which will be fair and intelligent, 
and works diligently, especially 



through rushing regulations, to 
provide the various sororities with 
a co-ordinating device, and thus 
leads to closer co-operation. 

Annually Pan-Hell sponsors a 
workshop which has proved its 
value to sorority officers especially. 
Ideas and actual experience in 
sorority affairs are exchanged. Al- 
so, the Council gives a scholarship 
tea, and assists in such worth- 
while drives as the Campus Chest. 

Pan-Hell sponsorship of coffee 
hours for Seniors, sorority ex- 
change suppers, and inter-sorority 
athletics have added to the social 
life of the campus and have helped 
to increase friendly spirit. 



; Vclleman, Hall, Tourville, Mitchell, liohc-nbcrgcr. Ferry 

acnisch, Blackwell, Harlman, Alger, Gurwitz, Whittemore, Robii 




INIERFRATERNITY lUDIClARy 



The Interfraternity Judiciary 
Board. coini)osod of fraternity 
members, operates to promote co- 
operation among fraternities them- 
selves and between fraternities and 
the University in general. The 
members operate to enforce Uni- 
versitv regulations. 



The Interfraternity Council, 
composed of two members from 
each fraternity, organizes and en- 
courages all inter-fraternity ath- 
letics and promotes scholastic 
achievement. It is in charge of 
the Athletic Scholarship fund. The 
Council also aids in the organiza- 
tion and administration of Greek 
Week activities. 




Standing: Phillips. Waxman 
atcd: DuVernois, Stengle, Burlii 



INIERFRAIERNIIY COUNCIL 

President: Lou Marshall 
Vice-President: Gene Picard 
Secretary: Dick Andrews 
Treasurer: Dick Woolf 



Back Row: Danaher, Elaconis, Higgins, Wildc, Campbell 

Second Row: Burbank. Pescosolido, Tarpey, Hennigan. Phillips, Holri 

Front Row: Taft, Larson, Picard, Marshall, Gottesman, Sax 




149] 




President: Frances Conroy 
Vice-President: Nancy Montgomery 
Secretary : Ellen Conroy 
Treasurer: Barbara Bay on 



195^ 

Barbara Bayou, Marguerite Brown, 
Ann-Marie Burrell, Ann Cavanagh, Fran- 
ces Conroy, Patricia Daignault, Louise 
Donovan, Ann English, Jean Flaherty, 
INIary Lou Gulski, Barbara Herzog, Janet 
Ireland, Nancy ^lontgomery, Barbara 
MuUins, Barbara Ryan, Marcia Viale, 
Joan Wrightson. 

1955 

Audrey Austin, Barbara Barnett, Bar- 
bara Bedell, Carol Belval, Joan Bonnal- 
lie, Dorothy BourgauJt, Miriam Brad- 
shaw. Sheila Brighara, Ellen Conroy, 
Patricia Duffy, Priscilla Hayward, Janet 
Hodecker, Carol Hohenberger, Judith 
Mahoney, Ceil O'Donnell, Gail Riley, 



Alice Smith, Janet Smith, EJgie Stearns, 
Barbara White. 

1956 

Joan Bayon, Frances Bernat, Claire 
Fuller, Nora Gionfriddo, Francine Gross, 
Joan Houle, Janet Hultman, Shirley 
Letz, Barbara Mahoney, Ann INIorse, 
Margaret Robideau, Judi Piattoni, Don- 
na Stewart, Alice Taupier, Elinor Ubert- 
alli, Ursula Webber. 

1957 

Bunny Barca, Carol Bruinsma, Donna 
Dabareiner, Jane Donahue, Pepper Du- 
charme, Mimi Dudley, Hazel Fuller, 
Carol Goodwin, Prudy Gorath, Marilyn 
Gross, Ann Heanue, Carol Kennedy, 
Barbara Malione, Martha Martin, Carol 
Nensa, Lee Whitman, Cassie Wood. 



150] 



CHI OMEGA 



Home, or 315 Lincoln Avenue, 
was the scene of many spirited 
open houses after all the home foot- 
ball games of the 1953 season. It 
was also the meeting place of all 
the sororities that first week of 
school in the fall, as many girls 
from other houses came to see the 
new "Chi 0" house after summer 
remodeling. 

Se^'enteen pledges from the 
freshman class were welcomed into 
the House the second week in De- 
cember. The highlight of the social 
season was the annual pledge form- 



al dinner dance at the Hotel 
Northampton. 

In INIay. the senior sisters were 
honored by the juniors at a ban- 
quet held at the Whately Inn. 
These seniors sadly leave behind 
many happy hours of bridge 
games with each other and the 
sisters. 

Besides the activities of the 
sorority, many campus commit- 
tees, clubs, Drill Team, depart- 
mental and religious organizations, 
cheerleaders, and athletic teams 
found the names of Chi Omegas 
listed as active members. 



Back Row. Smith. Maitlaiid, N 

Ubcrtalli. Barca. King 
Fourth Row: Wood. Austin, Kennedy. Donal 

Hultman. Ganss. Fuller. Duffy 
Third Row: Scott. Hayward. Weber. Bayon, Whitman, Gorath, Mali. 

Bourgault. Gross. Gross, Smith. White, Goodwin, Robideaux 
Second Row: Cavanagh, Brown. English, Daignault, Herzog, Conroy, Bayon, Conroy, Montgomery, Hodecker, Burrcll, 

Donovan. Ryan, Viale 
Front Row: Stearns, Heanue. Manning, Belval, B.riiat. Mi iiiiiii. O'Donnell, Brigham, Bedell, Taupier 



Dudley, Houle, Riley, Mahoncy, Bruinsma, Stewart, Morse, Ducharmc. Piattoni, 

Letz. Mahoncy, Hohenberger, Bonnallie, Barnett, Dube, Gionfriddo, 

Dabariener. McCormick, Flaherty, Gulski, 







151 



KAPPA ALPHA IHETA 



The year 1953-1954 has as usual 
been a busy one for the Thetas. A 
tea for our new house-mother. 
Mrs. Clark, began the year. It was 
followed by an informal Halloween 
Party put on by the pledges, a 
Christmas party for the under- 
privileged children of Amherst, 
and the Pledge Formal in Febru- 
ary. Other events on the Theta 
social calendar were several open 
houses held dvu-ing the football 
season, and exchange suppers with 



the other sororities and fraternities. 

The girls have again been active 
participants in many campus or- 
ganizations such as Phi Kappa 
Phi, Scrolls, Chorale, Drill Team, 
Collegian, and Cheer Leader Squad. 

The Thetas heartily welcomed 
Mrs. Stevens, our new District 
President, who spent a few days 
at the house in the fall. 

So Gamma Eta continues to ex- 
emplify the best traditions and 
pi'inciples of Kappa Alpha Theta. 



. Tonks, Mochlc, Gustav 



ud. MacDoiiald. Woods, 



Back Row: Robinson, Nelson, Blaken 

Piatt, Campbell, Adams 
Fourth Row: Kelley, Crowley, Kenney. Donnelly, Urton, Whittemore, Lally, Caron. Miller, Nelson, Clement, Rawlins, 

Bageant, Potashnick, Nichols 
Third Row: Risehitelli, Dawe, McCrohan, Barrows. Cairns, White, Burnam, Brothers, Doe. Harper, Arthur, Ashe, 

Boutotc, Merrill, Casey, Brice, Green, Couch 
Second Row: McAlevey, Kcttell, Crepeau, Wood, Bushcy. Ryan, Hastings, Ferry, Brox, Lawson, Peck, Baird, Baldwin, 



Front Row: IMltsley. Nicolai, Risehitelli, Anderson. Kukkula, MeCambridg 



, Bu 



nan. Chandler. Miller. Walke 




[ 152 : 



KA0 



t-'t 




President : Gale Ferry 
Vice-President: Nancy Hastings 
Recording Secretary: Margot Bushey 
Corresponding Secretary : Janet Brox 
Treasurer: Sheila Ryan 



193i 

Joan Arthur, ]\Iarv-Judith Baird, Hel- 
en Baldwin, Jeannot Brothers, Janet 
Brox, Margot Bushey, Nancy Clark, 
Jane Crepeau, Gale Ferry, Patricia Gay, 
Virginia Harper, Nancy Hastings, Joan 
Kettell, Joan ]\IcAlevey, Beth Nava, 
Joyce Peck, Jean Tonks, Beth Wood. 

1955 

Joan Ashe, Sue Bageant, Lois Blake- 
ney, Barbara Burnhaiu, Brenda Camp- 
bell, ]May Chandler, Ann Clement, INIary 
Lou Couch, Barbara Crowley, Karin 
Gustavson, INIary Kukkula, Shera Law- 
son, Alice Lee, Claire MacDonald, Co- 
rinne Moehle, Sally McCambridge, Mari- 
lyn Miller, Sally Raymond, Barbara 
Rischitelli, Betsy Robinson, Sheila Ryan, 



Maureen Urton, Sue Watters, Cynthia 
White, Joan Whittemore. 

1956 

Doris Adams, Evelyn Barrows, Mary- 
lee Boyle, Cynthia Brice, Evelyn Caron, 
Laura Caron, Connie Casey, Lorraine 
Dawe, Anne Donnelly, Carol Green, 
Joan Kroemer, Dianna Merrill, Joanna 
McCrohan, Carol Nelson, Elinor Nicolai, 
Nancy Pittsley, Betty Piatt, Sondra 
Potashnick, Barbara Walker, Barbara 
Ward, Lynn Woods. 

1957 

Joan Boutote, Carol Buchanan, Myrtle 
Davis, Barbara Kelley, Carol Lally, Judy 
stiller, Janet Nelson, Janet Nichols, 
Joan Rawlins, Joanne Rischitelli. 



153 



KKr 




President: PrisciUa Ruder 
Mce-President : Marcia Warreii 
Recording Secretary: Nancy Motte 
Corresponding Secretary: Carolyn Fiske 
Treasurer: Janet Christensen 



195i 
Nancy Allen, Mary Bates, Constance 
Campbell, Raylene Carey, Shirley Crooks, 
Theresa Ennis, Carolyn Fiske, Barbara 
Gates, Dorothy Gerson, Laurel Globus, 
Jane Hartman, Dorothy HefFeran, Ann 
Marie Kelly, Joan LaPinsky, Nancy 
Lloyd, Judy Martin, Mary Lou Moriarty, 
Nancy Motte, Eldine Nylander, Virginia 
Parsons, PrisciUa Ruder, Virginia Stew- 
art, Janice Taubner, ^largaret Tete, 
!Marcia Warren, Barbara Jean West, 
Anne AVhitemore, Jane Wilkinson. 

1955 
Bette Bennet, Lois Call, Janet Chris- 
tensen, ]Mary Ann Dolan, Patricia Far- 
rell. Marguerite FoUett, Regina Garrity, 
Joan Gorman, Marilyn Greene, Judith 
Gustavson, Joan Hoxsie, Nancy Judson, 
Janet Kallgren, Margaret Kreuz, Joan 
Larwood, Carol Longmore, Mary Beth 



^Mitchell, Jean Pruyne, June Shank, Shir- 
ley Stevens, Marilyn Tessicini, Lucy Tib- 
bals, Marcia Tompkins, Jean White. 

1956 
Barbara Barton, Judy Catron, Joan 
Cook, Patricia Crosby, Irma Dusel, Fran- 
ces Fisler, Donna Halloran, Carol Handy, 
Shirley Johnson, Pauline LeClair, Bar- 
bara Lynch, Shan McJNIahon, Sherry 
Richards, Ann Riker, Cynthia Saunders, 
Jane Storey, Joan Strangford, Lois Toko, 
Cynthia Tukis. 

1957 
Barbara Axt, Judith Catron, Janet 
Crooks, Susan Daley, Ruth Flanrahan, 
Ellen Lucier, Patricia Lynch, Nancy 
Millis, Elaine Monroe, Judith Nanry, 
Dorothy Page, Mary Lou Parker, Diane 
Ransom, Marie Rogers, Marilyn Swift, 
Susan Wilson. 



'l54] 



KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA 



Once again the Kajipas enjoyed 
a very successful year both socially 
and academically. K.K.G. was well 
represented on Isogon, Scrolls, Ju- 
diciary, and Senate, as well as on 
the Cheerleading Squad, Drill 
Team, Naiads. W.A.A., Winter 
Carnival Committees, Chorale, 
Roister Doisters, and Operetta 
Guild. 

Highlighting Delta Nu's social 



calendar were the Fall open houses, 
exchange dinners, and the Annual 
Formal at which Kappa's new 
pledges were honored. Kappa also 
took first prize in the Annual 
Homecoming float parade. 

Of this the Kappas may be 
proud — a sorority with spirit, 
capability, and congeniality. Past 
successes predict future accomp- 
lishments on an even grander scale. 



Back Row: Farrcll, Hartman. Riker, Tuckas, Axt, Mitchell, Kreez, Gustafson. Bennett. LeClair, Lynnch, Storey, 

Tebbals, Hoxie. Garrity. Kalgran, Duval 
Fourth Row: Crosby, Handy, Mlllis, Wilson, Catron, White, Munroe, Tessicini, Green, Shank, Strangford. Crooks, 

Johnson. Saunders, Catron. Judson 
Third Row: Pryne, Hanrihan, Richards. West, LaPinsky. Kelly, Stewart, Crooks, Whitmore, Gerson, Ennis, Gary, 

Paige. Swift, Fisler, Ransom, Stevens, Dolan, Halderen 
Second Row: Martin. Wilkinson. Gates, Parsons, Fiske, Taubner. Warren, Ruder, Christenson. Motte, Allen. Moriarty, 

HeflFernan, Nyiander 
Front Row: Longmore, Gorman, McMann. O'Hare, Rogers, Fallett, Nanry. Larwood. Lynch, Call, Cook 




' \^^ \^ P^^^ '^ P 



r% 




155 



PHI DELIA NU 



1953 marked the third birthday 
of Phi Delta Nu. The Founders 
Day celebration in November was 
one of a series of socials in this, the 
most successful year in its history. 
Parties with fraternities, coffee 
hours with advisers, and enter- 
tainment among the members, as 
well as the annual Pledge Formal, 
rounded out the social schedule. 

This lighter side did not dull the 
serious purpose of the sorority. 
Founded as the first completely 
non-discriminatory sorority. Phi 
Delt never lost sight of the obliga- 



tion of these higher ideals. With 
this in mind. Thanksgiving baskets 
were distributed to the needy and 
Christmas gifts given to welfare 
children. Plans for a house were 
formulated, while the members en- 
joyed living together in their corri- 
dor in Knowlton. With the coop- 
eration of other groups on campus 
the difficulties of functioning with- 
out a house were overcome. 

In this year, then, Phi Delta 
Nu became a well-integrated part 
of campus life. 



Back Row. Crooks, Gaudettc, Mishkin. Eisler, Peterson, Kleimola, Long, McPliail, Rcgolsky, Feingold 
Second Row: Sliuman, Sullivan, Steplar, Tourvillc, Spooner, Myers, Katz., Hession, Palano 
Front Row; Bcrube, Anderson, Blackwell, Parnin, Wilson, Premo, Hosea, Evenson, Crowell 



f*l 



o 






156] 



<&AN 




President : Martha Wilson 
Vice-President: Alberta Premo 
Recording Secretary: Carolyn Hosea 
Corresponding Secretary : Janet Evenson 
Treasurer: Anne Parnin 



195Jt 

Phyllis Anderson, Loretta Beriibe, 
Jane Blackwell, Natalie Crowell, Janet 
Evenson, Beverly Jane Hession, Jane 
Katz, Sheila Spooner, Martha Wilson. 

1955 

Gertrude Eisler, Beverly Ensher, He- 
lene Gaudette, Carolyn Hosea, Ethel 
Kleimola, Gretehen Myers, ^Marilyn 



Mishkin, Santina Palano, Anne Parnin, 
Janet Peterson, Alberta Premo, Faith 
Shuman, Barbara Steplar, Phyllis Sulli- 
van, Elizabeth Tourville. 

1956 

Sandra Feingold, Janice Long, Ann 
McPhail. 

1957 

Nella Crooks, Lorna Regolsky. 



157 



nB* 




President: Betiy Woodman 
Vice-President : Patricia Mansfield 
Recording Secretary: Joyce Barnard 
Corresponding Secretary: Anne Weissinger 
Treasurer: Dorothy Lecznar 



195i 
Joyce Barnard, Dorothy Bemis, Ruth 
Burns, Susan Dewar, Nancy Drexel, Su- 
san Elhott, Patricia French, Stephanie 
Holmes, Frances Jones, Lorraine Lively, 
Mary Jane Lodge, Claire INIacDonald, 
Patricia jNIansfield, Jean Murdock, Julia 
Parmalee, Louise Pride, Janet Robinson, 
Phyllis Robinson, Pauline Stephan, Ruth 
Stiles, Evelyn Stone, Barbara t'nderhill, 
Anne Weissinger, Jean Whitten, Betty 
Woodman. 

1955 
Nancy Andrews, Irene Audet, Judith 
Bartlett, Peg Coyle, Betty Donahue, 
Ruth Haenisch, Marie Hanlon, Janet 
Hartford, Elizabeth Ingham, Dorothy 
Lecznar, Joan Stanley, ^lary Ann ]\Iit- 
chell, Eleanor Mulcahy, Carol Murphy, 



Eleanor Nelson, Constance Olaussen, 
Mar\' Patton, Joanne Perry, Marie 
Quirck, Sally Sargent, Mary Adele Sad- 
ler, Shirley Tuttle, Marjorie Vaughn, 
Nancy Waechter, Joan Wellington. 

1956 

Barbara Anderson, Barbara Cousineau, 
Carol Gifford, Silvia Goureghian, Sally 
Grahn, Marilyn Harts, Nina Jarvela, 
Carol Kenefick, Ann-Marie Leary, Ann 
Levonis, Pat ]\IacDonald, Dorothy Moore, 
Charlotte Rahaim, Betsy Silun, Isobel 
Smith, ^Marilyn ^'otano, Helen Willett, 
Judith Wolk. ' 

1957 

INIary Callahan, Nancy Colbert, Mary 
Ann Cooper, Judy Dinsmore, Joyce Rob- 
inson, Diane Stewart, Loraine Tukey, 
Lorraine Willson. 



158 



PI BEIA PHI 



Pi Beta Phi began the year 19.58- 
1954' \Yith a busy schedule, some 
of its activities including a tea for 
the housemother, Mrs. Dawe, and 
a dance with a French theme, 
Boite de Nuit. The dance also 
served as an opening for Pi Phi's 
new dining room. 

During rushing, an invitation 
party, called Hit Parade, was a 
bouncing success. The decorations 
and the members" costumes repre- 
sented song titles. 

In the spring of 1953 Pi Beta 
Phi carried awav highest honors 



in the inter-sorority competition 
as they won first place in both the 
sorority sing and the declamation. 
The members were also active in 
many other campus activities, 
some of which were Scrolls, Isogon, 
W.A.A.. Drill Team, Chorale, Op- 
eretta Guild, Judiciary, and Win- 
ter Carnival Committees. 

During the football season the 
Pi Phi house and dining room 
overflowed with friends and alum- 
nae at three open houses, thus 
carrying on the tradition of Pi Phi 
friendliness and hospitality. 



Back Row: Bartlett, Haeniscli, Moore, Tuttle, Smith. Wacchtor. Perry. Manley, Bemis, McDonald, Quirk, Wolk, Nel- 
son, Haiilon. Leary. Wellington 

Fourth Row: Harts. Goureghian. Cousineau, Audet, Andrews, Votano, Kcnefick, Willett. Elliott. French, Lively, 
Vaughn. Sadler, Rahaini 

Third Row: Jarvela. Lewonis. Olanssen. Hartford, Drexel, Whitten, Pride, Murdock, Underhill, Holmas. Cooper, Calla- 
han. Willson. Mulcahy. Stewart. Gifford. Mitchell, Anderson, Robinson 

Second Row: Stone. Stiles. Robinson. Dewar, Jones, Barnard, Weissinger. Woodman. Mansfield. Lecznar. Robinson, 
Parmalee. Lodge. Stephan 

Front Row: Colbert. Tukey. Dinsmore, Grahn. Silun 







f> ^ o 




159 



SIGMA DELIA TAO 



This year the Sig Delts are en- 
joying hfe in their newly decorated 
Uving rooms and kitchen — not to 
mention the new furniture that was 
added to the upper floor. However, 
they don't just sit back and relax 
in this homey atmosphere. Besides 
ranking high scholastically, the 
Sig Delts are prominent in campus 
activities. We can boast of a cheer- 
leader, drill team members, sta- 
tistics, managing, and typing edi- 
tors of the Index, secretary of the 
Quarterly, assistant editor of the 



Handbook, subscription manager 
of the Collegian, member of Isogon, 
and members of the Home Eco- 
nomics and Economics Honor So- 
cieties, and of Phi Kappa Phi. 

The Sig Delts have also had 
many enjoyable social functions. 
Among them were a hay ride, ex- 
change suppers with other soror- 
ities, and a Christmas party with 
children from Brightside. Soon 
after these functions came the 
Founders Day Banquet and then 
the unforgettable Pledge Formal. 



Back Row: Bloom, Cohen, Ellisoi 

man. Bravcrman. Sicgcl 
Third Row: Sidman. Cohen, Veil 

Leonard 
Seeond Row: Spicgal. Litwack. Friedcnberg, Kovitz, Daniels, C. Hi 

Leavitl. Beroll, Brown 
Front Row: Rosnick. Lhier. Binsky, Binder. Bacr, FinkilBlcin. Gurw 



Cutler, Gross, Sliupc, Winegard, Hettinger, Goldstone, Katzenson, Ostroff, Sher- 

nan, Abel. Sclwitz, Miller, ISumark. Breckcr, Goldstein, Mitchell, Braen, Freeling, 

ty.. W. Hurwitz, Tuttle. Lezbcrg, Zaft, Broide, 

Gorelsky,Talllebaum,Scidman,Morgcnstcin 




[160] 



HAT 




President: Anita Goretsky 
^'ice-Presidents : Paula Taftlebaum 

Norma Gurwitz 
Recording Secretary : Faye Baer 
Corresponding Secretary: Janice Sivaiiz 
Treasurer: Ruth Finkelstein 



195 ^ 
Faye Baer, Pearl Binder, Barbara 
Binsky, Ruth Finkelstein, Anita Goret- 
sky, Norma Gurwitz, Rose Liner, iNIerna 
Morgenstein, Judith Rosnick, Hermia 
Seidman, Audrey Shuman, Paula Tattle- 
baum. 

1955 
Joyce Goldstone, Ina Hettinger, Carol 
Hurwitz, Wilma Hurwitz, Phyllis Levy, 
Lois Lezberg, Janice Swartz, Marilyn 
Tuttle, Mildred Velleman, Donna Weiner, 
Cynthia Zai't. 

1956 
Lorraine Beroll, ^'erna Braverman, 



Evelyn Broide, Erma Brown, Janet Co- 
hen, Blossom Cutler, Muriel Daniels, 
Sheila Freeling, Marilyn Friedenberg, 
Eleanor Goldstein, Ona Gross, Selma 
Katzenson, Diane Kovitz, Mae Carol 
Leonard, Sandra Litwack, Jean Shupe, 
Elaine Siegel, Ruth Spiegal. 

1957 
Joan Abel, Harriet Braen, Rhoda 
Bloom, Myrna Brecker, Sandra Cohen, 
Roberta Ellison, Alice Leavitt, Lillian 
Miller, Myrna ^Mitchell, Barbara Nu- 
mark, Janet Ostrofl, iNIyrna Selwitz, 
Iris Sidman, ^Margery Sherman, ^larcia 
Winegard. 



161 



2K 




President: Nancy Jacobson 
Vice-President: No7'mo Jewell 
Second Vice-President: 

Diana Krikorian 
Secretary: Janet Moon 
Treasurer: Ruth Freeman 



195^ 
Shirley Adams, Carolyn Alger, Eliza- 
beth CafFery, Lois Finnick, Shirley Hast- 
ings, Nancy Jacobson, Norma Jewell, 
Dorothy Kelleher, Diana Krikorian, Shir- 
ley jNIitchell, INIargaret Strothers, Pauline 
Turner, Jean Waterhouse, Carolyn Weeks. 

1955 
Claire Adams, Jo Ann Allen, Nancy 
Crouch, Nancy Cutter, Joan Emberley, 
Thersa Everson, Ruth Freeman, Patricia 
Goldman, Joanne Gravalese, Elizabeth 
Hall, Elizabeth Hawkes, Lola Jeffords, 
Joan Leger, L'rsula ^Miranda, Janet Moon, 
Janet Myers, Lilla Parsons, Roberta 
Quirk, Elizabeth Russell, Susan Tucker, 
Janet White. 



1956 
Charllen Bearce, Valerie Bombardier, 
June Florini, Mary Francis, Beatrice 
Gummow, Margaret Jaworek, Anita John- 
son, Sandra Kelly, Betty Lou Ledger, 
Elizabeth Liberatore, Phyllis O'Neil, 
Lois Roberts, Kaye Sanborn, Lorraine 
Saunders, Joan Thacker, Nancy Winter- 
bottom. 

1957 
Jacqueline Averka, Lois Bain, Jean 
Breyer, Joan Breyer, Jane Campos, Bar- 
bara Durkee, Mary Egan, Carol Page, 
Elna Senecal, Martha Steere, Gail Tyson, 
Lois Upham. 



[162; 



SIGMA KAPPA 



Tlie Sigma K"s started off a 
most successful year by winning 
third place in the annual Home- 
coming Float Parade. It was the 
second time in three years that the 
Sigmas have taken honors in this 
event. 

The sorority had an active social 
program this year with its Annual 
Neighborhood Tea, Halloween 
Dance, exchange suppers, open 
houses, and Pledge Formal. The 
chapter's social calendar had its 
climax in the spring with the cele- 
bration of Sigma Kappa's tenth 



anniversary on campus. The fes- 
tivities of the anniversary weekend 
were enjoyed by many Sigma Kap- 
pas, including alumnae and na- 
tional officers. 

The Sigmas have also been busy 
during the past year with various 
campus activities such as Collegian, 
International Relations Club, 
W.A.A., Chess Club, W.M.U.A., 
Naiads, Drill Team, Band, Cho- 
rale, and R.D.'s. Among us we 
have the President of Pan-Hel- 
lenic and the Junior Class Secre- 
tarv. 



Back Row: Quirk, Myers, Hall, Tj 

Ledger, Bain 
Third Kow: Saunders, Liberatore, Durke 

Senccal, Breyer, Gummow, J. Leger 
Second Row: Goldman. Moore, Gravale! 

Kelly, Steere, Eniberley, Page 
Front Row: Adams, Gibb, Kelleher, Freei 



, Averka, Hawkes, Florini, Tucker, Francis, Campos, Jobnson, Sanborn, Jeffords, 
Winterbottom, O'Neil, Jaworek, Parsons, Everson, Allen, Upham, Breyer, 
Cutter, Miranda, Roberts, Egan, Strothers, Turner, Weeks, Bombardier, 
n. Moon, Jacobson, Jewell, Krikorian, Crouch, Waterhouse, Alger 




163] 



ALPHA EPSILON PI 



Placing second in the previous 
year's fraternity competitions was 
a stimulus for Alpha Epsilon Pi to 
try this year to repeat that per- 
formance, and they got off to a 
good start by placing second in the 
league competition in football. 
With the addition of an active 
freshman class Pi promised to do 
well in the other athletic events. 

AEPi tried to match its ath- 



letic achievements in the social 
and academic spheres. The broth- 
ers were well represented on the 
Collegian, Index, Maroon Key, 
and Adelphia, as well as in other 
campus activities this year. Along 
with the usual Saturday night 
festivities Pi managed to come up 
with a varied and successful social 
season which contributed to the 
lighter side of campus life. 



rlidt. Levy, London, Rubcnstein, N. M; 



Back Row: Jacobs, Fritx, Gold: 

Smith, Goldberg, Shuster 
Fourth Row: Lefkowitz, Snyder, Godiier, Aronson, Lasky, Bi 

bers, Nathanson, Janow, Kingsbury, Teppcrman, Heller 
Third Row: A. Marcus, Shafton, Rothstein, Waks, Fine, Liberies, Sachar, Mil 

Ilolzberg, Horvitz, S. Zalkind, Wheeler, Stone, Levine, L. Shapiro 
Second Row: Pollock, Bovarniek, Davis, Fabcrman, Fishbein, Waxman, M. M 

man, Bamel, Slovin, Kagan, Kramer 
Front Row: Kersner, L. Neusner, M. Shapiro, Leopold, Kaplan, Zarrow, Mirsky, J. N 



Stoler, Berman, R. Cohen, Greenstein, 
Loebman, Feldman, Feingold, Portnoy, Rosen- 



, Woolf, Gottes 




164] 



AEn 




President: Richard Woolf 
Vice-President: Ronald Gottesman 
Secretary': Myles Marcus 
Treasurer: Edward Waxman 



1954 
Herbert Bamel, David Bovarnick, 
Richard Davis, Paul Faberman, Said 
Feingold, Elliot Fishbein, Burton Freid- 
man, Gerald Goldman, Herbert Kagan, 
William Karh'n, Bennett Kramer, Myron 
Lappin, Burton Leibman, Robert Pollock, 
Richard Silverman, Gilbert Slovin, Na- 
thaniel Weiner, Richard Woolf. 

1955 
Charles Aronson, Victor B'umenthab 
Gerald Cohen, Robert Cohen, Myron 
Cooper, Alvin Ellnian, Ronald Gottes- 
man, Robert Kline, Charles Lasky, Ab- 
ram London, Alan Marcus, Myles ^Marcus, 
Gordon Mirkin, Jacob Neusner, Martin 
Promisel, Mctor Rosenberg, Xorbert 
Rubenstein, Bruce Sachar, Stanley Sar- 
faty, Edward Waxman, Edward ^A'einer, 
Richard Wolff, Clinton Zalkind, ^Martin 
Zelickman. 



1956 
Stanlej- Berman, Saul Fagan, Xeal 
Feldman, Marvin Godner, Joel Gold- 
schmidt, Eliot Green, Jack Greenstein, 
Marshall Kaplan, Ronald Kingsbury, 
Arno Liberies, Norman Marcus, Steven 
Mirsky, Gerald Nathanson, Louis Neus- 
ner, Norman Rothstein, Mathew Sgan, 
Robert Shafton, Bernard Shuster, Elliot 
Smith, Fred Tepperman, Leroy Waks. 

1957 
Lawrence P^ine, Richard Fritz, Sidney 
Goldberg, Edward Heller, David Holz- 
berg, Mel Horvitz, David Jacobs, Herbert 
Jannow, Arnold Kersner, Jerold Lefkow- 
itz, David Liederman, Fred Leopold, 
Marshall Levine, Jordan Levy, Lawrence 
Milas, Jerold Portnoy, Leonard Shapiro, 
IMaurice Shapiro, David Snyder, Peter 
Stoller, David Stone, Alvin Wheeler, 
Stanley Zalkind, Stanton Zarrow. 



165] 



AFP 




President : Robert Tuiile 
Vice President: Milford Davis 
Secretary: Anthony Pacheco 
Treasurer : David Houston 



195^ 

Arthur Batchelder, Milford Davis, 
David Blanchard, David Houston, Don- 
ald Knepper, John ^lurray, Anthony 
Pacheco, Herbert Stevens, Robert Tuttle, 
Joel Whittemore. 

1955 

Phillip Bellanger, Paul Brousseau, Rich- 
ard Chase, Douglas Cornfoot, Richard 
Ennis, Louis Emmonds, William Law- 
rence, Joseph McDaniels, Edwin Kijan- 
owski, Edward Russell, Charles Stengle, 
Richard Stone, Robert Tenney, William 
Todt, Paul Woodbur\". 



1956 
David Beaubien, Bradford Chase, Dav- 
id Dik, Richard Field, Ralph Hastings, 
Harold Hayward, Richard Holden, Nor- 
man Hudson, Walter Ingram, George 
Johnson, Gilbert Leveille, Ernest Mander, 
John McKinley, Ward Messenger, Rich- 
ard Newton, Richard Parker, Robert 
Stewart, John Thurston, Nathaniel Trull, 
Brendan Whittaker, Stuart Wiles. 

1957 
Arthur Brown, Francis Dellamane, 
Fred Howes, Jack Kelleher, David Leono- 
witz, Richard Ortlinghaus, Robert Rofley, 
Charles Stimson, Joseph Szala, Richard 
Walker, Dean Whittier. 



166 



ALPHA GAMMA RHO 



A democratic college home has 
been maintained at Alpha Ciam 
with a great variety of activities 
keeping individual development 
and sociability at a high level. 

Again this year, as in the past, 
the men of Mu have continued a 
high participation in campus ac- 
tivity. Alpha Gam was well repre- 
sented in the Senate, Judging 
Teams, and the Hort Show, as well 
as with a high membership in 



campus clubs, many of which have 
AGR officers. 

Socially, Alpha Gam was back- 
boned by a fine series of Saturday 
night dances. The season was high- 
lighted by the annual Farmers' 
Frolic and the Pink Rose Formal. 

As in the past, diligence to our 
primary task as students has kept 
a high scholastic average at ]Mu of 
which we are especially proud. 



Back Row: Kijanowski, Parker. Emmonds, Field, Johnson, Ingram, Trull. Cornfoot, Wliittakcr. McDaniels, Brous- 

seau, Hastings, Wiles, Hudson 
Second Row: Dik, Woodbury. Messenger, Russell, Mander, Todt. Lawrence, Tcnney, McKinlcy. Chase, Leveille, Ennis, 

Stewart, Holden 
Front Row: Pierce, Stevens. Whittemore, Stone, Knepper, Pacheco. Tuttle, Davis. Batchelder, Murray. Blanchard, 

Stengle 




167 



DELTA SIGMA CHI 



Starting its second full year of 
existence. Delta Sigma Chi, 
through the hard work and per- 
severance of its members, finds 
itself firmly established among the 
fraternities on campus. Delta Sig 
has participated in all inter-fra- 
ternity activities, and in the spring 
of '53, with one full year of experi- 
ence under its belt, took first place 
in the inter-fraternity sing. Manj' 
of its members have been active in 
the Chorale, A.P.O., Campus 
Chest, S.C.A., Operetta, and other 
campus groups. 

During the past summer, the 



fraternity purchased a new house 
and established its residence at 
401 North Pleasant Street. With 
Mrs. Osgood, their house mother, 
the members enjoy a strictly in- 
formal, homey atmosphere. 

Among its more important ac- 
tivities. Delta Sig has gained rec- 
ognition by its well-balanced and 
well-backed social program, which 
is highlighted by an annual Circus 
Ball and Steak Cook-Out. 

With the prospect of a fine 
pledge class, Delta Sigma Chi is 
making many plans for the futiu-e. 



Back Row: Fal>c>. Lcc. Siddall, Finlcj. Key, Prince. Ball. Mcllac, Tjaarda 

Tliird Row: Knight. Farrell, Pearson. Brown. Litticwood, Fresia, Fredette, Vanlol. Farwell, Tarnuz.xer 
Second Row: Robb, Crooks, Maliar. Carlson. VonDcck, Alaconis, Miller. Briggs, Reiser. Hall, St. Germainc 
From Row: Runstcin. Sicgmund, Iloff, McKean. Taylor, Sedgwick, Holmer. Andrews. MacLauglilin, Livas, Labb 




168 



A IX 




President: Thomas Sedgioick 
Vice President: John Holmer 
Secret arj^: David McKean 
Treasurer: Russell Taylor 



1954. 
Richard Andrews. 

1955 

Russell Falvey, Norman Farwell, Law- 
rence Hoff, John Holmer, William Labi), 
Robert Littlewood, Roger Livas, Thomas 
MacLaughlin, John Mahar, David Mc- 
Kean, Ronald Runstein, Thomas Sedg- 
wick, Emil Siegmund, George Siddall, 
Russell Taylor. 

1956 

Donald Alaconis, Phillip Briggs, Rob- 



ert Brown, Donald Carlson, Kenneth 
Crooks, Clarence Farrell, William Finley, 
Norman Fredette, Dante Fresia, Franklin 
Hall, William Key, Paul Knight, Robert 
Lee, Thomas McRae, Richard Miller, 
Warren Pearson, Thomas Prince, Norman 
Reiser, David Robb, Richard St. Ger- 
maine, Edmund Tarnuzzer, James Tja- 
arda, Harold Vantol Joseph VonDeck. 



1957 

James Ball, Donald Bamford, 
Buttaro, Alwyn Cormier. 



Allan 



169 




President: Frederick Crory 
Vice-President: Edmund Flaherty 
Secretary : Robert Steere 
Treasurer: Frank Grandone 



195^ 

James Buckley, Philip Burne, Martin 
Corcoran, Donald Dalrymple, Paul De- 
celle, Louis Falconieri, Edmund Fla- 
herty, Donald Francis, Fred Galloway, 
Frank Grandone, ^Morgan Jennings, Wil- 
liam Johnson, Stephen Karis, William 
Ripley, Robert Steere. 

1955 

Allen Batchelder, Lorenzo Benet, Rob- 
ert Blanchard, Edmond Bowler, Fred- 
erick Crory, James Curtis, Francis Gib- 
bons, Albert Gilmore, David Gormley, 
Edward Hennigan, Henry Kerr, Louis 
Kirsch, Donald MacPhee, Charles Miller, 
Robert Pollock, Giles Powers, Richard 
Shores, Robert Smiley. 



1956 

Howard Abrahamson, Maurice Allen, 
Robert Aronno, Peter Barrett, Chester 
Caldwell, William Connolly, Robert Con- 
roy, Robert Corey, Bernard Cudak, Rich- 
ard Dumais, Donald Johnson, Malcolm 
MacLeod, Ronald Matherson, John Mc- 
Gowan, Joseph Mulvey, Stephen O'Brien, 
Ernest Perro. 

1957 

Louis Barlow, John Cieri, Robert Fla- 
herty, John Foley, Kenneth Fone, Wil- 
liam Giarrusso, Raymond Griffin, Arthur 
Hannan, Richard Hinkley, Joseph Ing- 
ram, David Koski, Ronald Lucas, Norm- 
an Marr, Kenneth iNIcKrea, Arthur Mil- 
ler, Anthony Pompeo, Donald Rizzo, 
Paul Touher, Thomas Whalen. 



170 



KAPPA SIGMA 



Again this year Kappa Sigma 
held places of leadership in major 
University activities, including 
Maroon Key, Winter Carnival 
committee, and Statesmen. But 
where the house really shone was 
in its usual participation in all 
varsity and intramural sports, con- 
tributing to the success of the 
house and the University athletic 
year. 

Socially, Kappa Sigma enjoyed 
a successful season. Of course, 
there was the incomparable Sat- 
urday night party as the standard 



item on the social calendar, but 
highlights of the season were a 
gay Christmas party for the under- 
privileged children of Amherst, 
a memorable Pledge Formal, and 
the traditional Embassy Ball. 

Kappa Sig enjoys the backing 
of a strong and active House Cor- 
poration which was instrumental 
in providing new furniture for the 
house this year. ^Yith its support, 
plus that of the new pledges, the 
Greeks from Butterfield Terrace 
expect to maintain their reputa- 
tion as a leading fraternitv. 



Back Row: Bcnet, Curtis, Gormle 
Sram, Hannan 



. Heiinigan. McGowan, Shores, Blanchard. Gilmorc. Connolly, Gibbons, Cornelius, 

Fourth Row: Kerr, Miller, Powers, Core} , Johnson, Buckley, Ripley, Kirsch, O'Brien, Griffin. Flaherty, Abrahamson, 

Batehelder 
Third Row: Dumais, Cudak, Caldwell, Mulvey, Gorman, Allen, MacLeod, Conroy, Barrett, Prima, Johnson, McPhee, 

Aronno, PoUock 
Second Row: Galloway, Secelle, Falconieri, Steere, Crory, Flaherty, Grandone, Burnc, Jennings. Corr. Corcoran 
Front Row: Cieri, Hinkley, Dalrymple, Karis 




171 



LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 



Lambda Chi Alpha lias once 
again attempted to achieve sound 
balance among its members and 
to retain its place among the fra- 
ternities on campus in social, ath- 
letic, and political activities. 

Its prestige at the University 
was bolstered by such personali- 
ties as the 1953 football captain, 
the 1954 cross-country captain, 
the hockey captain, the president 
of Adelphia. vice-president of the 



sophomore class, and a trio of 
sophomores in the Maroon Key. 

The Fall and Spring Formals, 
Christmas Party, St. Patrick's 
Day Party, and Founders T)ay 
Banquet highlighted the social cal- 
endar. 

Augmented by another well- 
rounded pledge class. Lambda Chi 
Alpha continues to uphold its tra- 
ditional ideals, combining diversity 
with unitv. 



y. O'Comicll. Hintiec, Luiulgren. Tarpcj. Aii.U- 



s, Frye, Lyons, Nor- 



Back Kow: Ratyiiu. Duval. Dixon. Barn 

kaitis. Dufault, Kioth 
Fourth Row: Zouvclos, Naumnik. Lynch, Walsh, Burke. Carey. Hallelt. Martin. Roche, Connolly. Morgan, NewaU, 

Lcpkowski, Laing, Monaghan 
Third Row: Brown. Conway, McGinly, McLean. Roberts. Wright. Fitaigcrald, Walls. McGrath, Konopka, Burdctt, 

Jones, Mellon, Egan, Carlson, McEachern, Johnson, Bruno 
Second Row: Bragilc, Swain, Lally. Ogly, Faucette, Long, Equi, Powers, Englund, Murdough, Cildea 
Front Row: Trull, Egan, McGrath, Winters, Bitetti, Devlin. Horn. Ross. Clark. Danaher. Constantino 



^^^^H^V' ^ .. ^ /lu t^ 


iTT-tl^a^^^^^^^^^^^H 


1 

^*". 


^ -S « :»lsfri tt^U 





172] 



iXA 





President: Gordon Long 
Vice President: Robert Equi 
Secretary: Joseph Faucette 
Treasurer: Robert Odoms 



195Jf 



Pio Angelini, Eugene Bragiel, Frank 
Daly, Glen Dunphy, Randolph Englund, 
Peter Figgie, James Fleming, Frank Jac- 
ques, Edward Lally, Robert L'Esperance, 
Raymond Lemay, Harry Ludwig, Wil- 
liam Lynch, Walter Xaida, Owen O'Xeil, 
Joseph Powers, William Rex, William 
Spat. 

1955 

Allan Anderson, David Barney, Victor 
Bissonnette, Daniel Callaghan, Arthur 
Clark, Robert Clark, William Dean, Paul 
DiVincenzo, James Dixon, Robert Du- 
fault, Robert Duval, Robert DuVernois, 
Robert Equi, Joseph Faucette, Robert 
Gildea, John Howard, Gordon Long, 
William Lyons, John ^Martin, Joseph ^Ic- 
Grath, Edmund ]\Ionaghan, Thomas 
^Morgan, Robert Odoms, Timothy 
O'Keefe, Joseph Ratyna, Richard Swain, 
Philip Tarpey, Edward Tateosian. 



1956 
Paul Aho, Albert Bessette, Ralph Bud- 
reau, George Burke, George Bruno, 
George Constantino, Peter Conway, W^il- 
liam Danaher, Richard Devlin, James 
Egan, Richard Eid, Albert Estes, Walter 
Frye, Donald Hallett, David Hintze, Rob- 
ert Horn, AVilliam Hoss, Harry Johnson, 
Russell Kidd, Richard Konopka, William 
Laing, Wilbert Lepkowski, Charles Mur- 
dough, Peter Naumnik, John Newall, 
Daniel O'Connell, Herman Roche, Thom- 
as Roberts, Henry Trull, Gerald Walls, 
John Walsh, John Winters. 

1957 
John Bitetti, Robert Brown, Bruce 
Burdett, Richard Carey, Richard Carl- 
son, Paul Connolly, Walter Eagan, Don- 
ald Fitzgerald, Norman Jones, William 
Ivietli, Ronald Lundgren, Robert Lynch, 
Paul McEachern, John McGinty, Rich- 
ard INIcGrath, Bruce ]McLean, Charles 
Mellen, Robert Norkaitis, James Ross, 
Richard Wright, Anthony Zouvelos. 



[173; 



*2K 




President: Karakian Bedrosian 
Vice President: Joseph Lucier 
Secretary: Charles Burns 
Treasurer: Anthony DiNardo 
Sentinel : Milton Taft 



195i 
Karakian Bedrosian, John Bestgen, 
Charles Burns, Douglas Call, Edward 
Conceisson, Anthony DiNardo, John 
Flanagan, Henry Frenette, Robert Hen- 
rickson, Joseph Lucier, John Marx, 
Henry INIosychuck, Ben Nason, Joseph 
Phelan, Francis Podlesney, Paul Ray- 
mond, James Ross, Allan Shurawaj', 
James Stamatopulos, Edward Sullivan, 
Milton Taft, Herbert Towers. 

1955 
George Chandler, Allan Clarke, James 
Coleman, Chris Collins, Charles Gould, 
John Flynn, Ward Farrell, Richard Hen- 
nessey, Charles Higgins, George Higgins, 
AV alter Keaney, George Mathews, Bern- 
ard ISIeckel, Robert Pelosky, Richard 
Quigley, Lewis Taylor, Raymond Wood, 
Allan Woodworth. 



1956 

John Balaguer, Frank Boucherio, Jor- 
dan Chatis, Robert Donald, Arthur Duges, 
Thomas Farragher, Edward Hadro, Phil- 
lip Hallenbrock, Thomas Hancock, Rob- 
ert Haworth, Dave Johnson, Phillip 
Landon, Lee Linton, Tom Lyons, Jo- 
seph Morrissey, Paul Normand, Ted 
Petrowitz, Donald Snow, George Stout, 
David St. Lawrence, Louis Valenti. 

1957 

Roger Barous, Richard Barsdou, Henry 
Burns, James Dolan, George Dittomassi, 
Charles Gagnon, Robert Fuller, Dean 
Lane, Ted Lee, Robert Lenihan, William 
Alackie, Brian ]Malloy, Richard Morris- 
sey, Jerry IVIurphy, Robert Phillips, Ron- 
ald Peroni, William Scheffer, Robert 
Thomas. 



174 



PHI SIGMA KAPPA 



This was a successful year in all 
respects — from the initial party 
in September through the Autumn 
Nocturne Formal to the Christ- 
mas Party, with cooperation and 
enjoyment of all Phi Sigs at the 
zenith. Motif and outdoor activi- 
ties, including the Moonlight Girl 
Formal and parties for sororities, 
seniors, and pledges, brought this 
year to a close much too soon. 



The singing to the girls we have 
pinned, the house duties on that 
cool Saturday morning, the first 
glance on a Sunday, the little 
things that have made collegiate 
life a bit more exciting, the com- 
plete relaxation one feels within 
these ivied walls — when consid- 
ering these, one can truly say that 
we have had an impressive year! 



Back RowiQuigley. Flynii. Balaguer, Collins, Coleman, Farrell, Pelosky, Petrowitz, Duges, Landon, Stout, Normand, 

Hawortli. Taft 
Second Row: Chatis, Coco, Keaney, Shumway, Wood. Ross, Higgins, Hallenbrock, Phelan, Hennessey, Hancock, Far- 

ragher. St. Lawrence, Donald. Taylor. Snow. Bouchiero 
Front Row: Frenette, Marx. Podlesney. Flanagan. Hendrickson, Burns, Bedrosian, Lucier. DiNardo, Nason, Sullivan, 

Call, To^vers 




175 



O.I.V. 



On May 12, 1954, the big old 
house was ahve with the gaiety of 
both the active and inactive mem- 
bers of Q.T.V., as the oldest fra- 
ternity on campus celebrated its 
eighty-fifth anniversary. 

It was particularly appropriate 
that this anniversary year was an 
outstanding one at Q.T.V. A first in 
intra-mural football competition, 
as well as fine teams in the other 
sports, put Q.T.V. well up in the 
running for first place in intra- 
fraternity competition. A large and 



active pledge class assures the 
house of continuing balance and 
participation in all aspects of cam- 
pus activity. 

Another new addition, the sec- 
ond in two years, was built this 
year. On the social side as well, im- 
provements have been made. The 
Q.T.V. Rathskeller was opened 
early in the year. . .a very spa- 
cious cellar area that has been 
completely reconditioned and re- 
decorated to provide the finest in 
party facilities. 



Back Row: Van Cott, Owen, Musto, Ramsdcll, Scliensiiol. Spencer. iVIasasclii. Ott, Prentice, Melley, Middtun, Bren- 

nan, Moriarty, Sweeney, Fouliey 
Fourth Row: Zaremba, Williams, Rusiackus, Mort, Boren, Letourneau, Huey, Foley, McClure, Bresnahan, McKie, 

Sullivan. Baekial, Butler, Harrington, Sullivan 
Third Row: O'Mara, Werner, Brown, Kehoe, Gardner, Cliarlwood, McSwceney, Farrell, Carignan, Bergman, Thomas, 

Thomas, Kinney, Wood. Scarafoni, Lcighton, Lanouette, Rutledge 
Second Row: MeGonagle, Deans, St. Germain, Maroni, Smith, Webber, I'ywcll. Davis, George, Kochler, McMuUin, 

Hartwell, Sowerby, Hopkins, Dube 
Front Row: Larriviere, Burr, Skilling. Clowes, Sullivan, Kaplow, Misiorski, Bibeau 




176] 



-ij^l'/^ 



QTV 




President: Robert Pytvell 
Vice-President: Robert Rosa 
Recording Secretary: Donald George 
Treasurer : Frank Davis 



1951, 
Richard Carignan, Frank Davis, Rob- 
ert Deans, Howard Dennis, Francis Far- 
rel], Peter Foley, Donald George, Robert 
Hartwell, Stephen Hopkins, Carlton Koeh- 
ler, Raymond Letourneau, George Mc- 
]\Iullin, Richard Patterson, Robert Py- 
well, Robert Rosa, Albert St. Germain, 
Peter AVebber, David Yesair. 

]955 

David Bresnahan, Donald Brown, 
John Butler, Ralph Charhvood, Ernest 
Dube, Orvis Kinney, Robert Maroni, 
John ^lasaschi, Thomas McClure, Daniel 
Melley, Thomas Ott, Stephen Owen, 
Ronald Prentice, Richard Scarafoni, 
James Smith, Robert Sowerby, Frederick 
Spencer. 

1956 

^litchell Backial, Rpbert Bergman, 



Alfred Boren, David Burr, Donald Dixon, 
Robert Ford, Edward Fouhey, Robert 
Gardner, Neal Harrington, Sheldon Kap- 
low, Theodore Kehoe, Paul Lanouette, 
Robert Leighton, Donald McGonalgle, 
Daniel MeSweeney, Steinar Midttun, 
Frank Misiorski, Edward Moriarty, Ron- 
ald Musto, Richard Pelkey, John Rams- 
dell, John Schensnol, James Skilling, 
Rae Sullivan, William Sullivan, John 
Sweeney, Walter Thomas, Edward Wer- 
ner. 

1957 
Robert Barnini, Roland Bibeau, John 
Brennan, Robert Clowes, Peter Huie, 
Xorman Lariviere, John Mort, Donald 
O'Laughlin, Rick 0']\lara, Douglas Pfen- 
inger, James Rusiackus, Paul Rutledge, 
Anthony Sullivan, Peter A'an Cott, Rich- 
ard Williams, Bruce Wood, John Zarem- 
ba. 



[177] 



HAE 




President: Stephen Dwyer 
Vice-President : William Stephens 
Secretary : Jack O'Donnell 
Treasurer : Edward Filiault 



195!^ 

Harry Aldrich, Paul Ayers, David 
Chapla, Robert Collagan, Edward Craig, 
Anthony Chambers, John Dillon, Steve 
Dwyer, Edward Filiault, Robert Gib- 
bons, Joseph Guarnotta, Herbert Headle, 
Reed Mellor, John O'Donnell, Donald 
Pearse, William Potts, Paul Puddington, 
Robert Smith, Harold Soutier, William 
Stephens, Vitie Vileisis. 

1955 

Arnold Chirichetti, Fred Curtis, Thom- 
as Donaghue, John Donnelly, George 
Jones, Walter Kangas, Edward Kerr, 
Richard Larson, Richard Mahoney, John 
Planning, Frank ]\IcDermott, Charles 
Mento, Benjamin Merrill, David Mooney, 
Al Paro, Richard Pescosolido, Donald 
Swanson, Donald Suttong, Robert Tash- 
jiau, Richard Torschia, Richard Wolfe. 

1956 
Tony Adams, Paul Baldesari, Al Breda, 



Robert Brusso, John Campos, Ted Can- 
dilloro, Tony D'Amilio, John Deamer, 
Victor Fontana, Robert Gurvey, Lou 
Gobeille, Ken Hearn, Joseph Kane, Jo- 
seph Keohane, Paul Kowaleski, Ray 
Litchfield, George McNeil, George Mur- 
doek, Gerald Nally, Robert O'Connor, 
John Palmer, John Pow, Edward Pres- 
nal, James Robbio, James Santoro, 
Michael Smith, John Skypeck, Joseph 
Trimboli, James Walsh, Jerry Walker, 
Byron Wilcox. 

1957 

Richard Balakier, John Bellas, James 
Creedon, Robert Curtis, Steve Cunniff, 
William Desmond, Francis Driscoll, John 
Edgar, Walter Jepson, Ken King, Wil- 
liam Mahoney, Jerry McLellan, Joseph 
McParland, James Miehan, Larry Mur- 
ray, Evan Orphanos, Victor Pascarelli, 
James Ruberti, Robert Samson, Robert 
Scales, John Sullivan, Joseph Sullivan, 
Robert Theller. 



[178 



SIGMA ALPHA [PSILON 



Tlu' cliallt-nge faced by the men 
of S.A.E. at the start of this year 
was that of a reputation to uphold 
rather than build, for the close of 
1952-1953 found their house hold- 
ing first place in over-all inter- 
fraternity competition. Significant 
placings in athletics and in Greek 
Week activities contributed heavi- 
ly to this successful record. 

Social highlights of the year 
were provided by the February 
Frost and the annual spring for- 
mal, which was again distinctive 
for being held outside on the spa- 



cious lawn behind tlie S.A.E. house. 
^'ariety was added to the social 
calendar by novelties like the 
Apache Party, the pajama party, 
and Friday night parties with the 
sororities. 

Representation among class of- 
ficers, honorary societies, clubs, 
and in nearly every significant cam- 
pus activity gained further pres- 
tige for S.A.E., and 1953-1954 
proved to be another successful 
year for the brothers from Sunset 
Avenue. 



Back Row: Edgar. Creedon. Adams. Gobeille. Murray, Jepson, Kaiigas, Larson. Robbio. Palmer, Kowaleski. McPar- 

land. Sullivan. Merrill. Malioncy. Baldesari 
Fourth Row: Donnelly. McLellan, Rubcrti. Mahoney, Sullivan, Theller. Cunniff. Kane, Smith. McNeill. King, San- 

toro, Presnal, O'Donnell 
Third Row: Suttong, Mooney, Wolfe, Driseoll, Walker, Mento. Potts, Dcamer. Balakier. Fontana. Trimboli, Curtis, 

Bellas, Orphanos, Sampson. Pescosolido 
Second Row: Mellor, Vileisis, Soutier. Tashjian. Aldrich, Chapla, Dwyer, Filiault, Jones. Paro. Craig, Pearse, Pud- 
Front Row: Chirichetti, Wilcox, Scales, Breda, Kerr, Candilloro, Mahoney, Garvey, O'Connor 




179 



SIGMA PHI-EPSILON 



The house with the Red Door 
again looks back on a successful 
year. 

Finishing up Greek Week with a 
first place in the Skits and a second 
in the Sing, the brothers were hap- 
py in '53 to find they had upheld 
the tradition of excellence that 
Sigma Phi Epsilon has established 
on campus. 

Not only in interfraternity com- 
petition, but in all phases of col- 
lege life, Sig Eps are the leaders. 
Brothers hold such diversified posi- 
tions as President of the Student 



Senate, executive editor of the 
Collegian, and manager of the 
Concert Association, as well as 
membership in numerous other 
organizations. 

Although one of the leaders in 
scholarship, Sig Ep continues to 
hold successful parties every week, 
with the annual Fiesta Party, 
Harvest Ball and the final fling 
of the year, the fabulous Sweet- 
heart Ball, furthering Sigma Phi 
Epsilon's reputation as a truly 
social fraternity. 



, BHggs, Cole, Makela, Munroe, Beers. Lee, 
It, Beattie, Flak, Darlington, 



Back Kow: Weeks. Donald. Bayer, Steele, Foster, Dudeck. Milne. Rav 

Cameron 
Fourth Row: S. White, Dedeurwaedcr, Cotton. Stookbridge. Woodger, L. Rand, A 

Wilde, Jansson, Siiead, Suleski, Haywood, Bcaudry, R. White 
Third Row: Lamphcar. Lovcjoy, Barnard. Ferber, Grunstrom, Harley, Thomas, Preston, Donovan, Rodenhizer, Dt 

Vernois. Devaney. Copcland. Fredriekson. Maincs. Carroll. Concrly. Iscnberg. Nilsson. Kingman. Sylvia 
Seeond Row: MacLaughlin. Gael/,. Segal. Fogclgren. Wheeler. E. White. Audette. Heintz;, MeMahon. Barrows. Herger 

rother. Dudeek. Marshall. MeGowan. Bell. Ilaydon 
Front Bow: Varnum. Couto. Getchell, Caton. Fleming. M. Rand, Bairstow, O'Rourke. LaTorraca. Pegis, Lueky 




180 



i:*E 




President: John Heintz 
Vice President: Robert McMahon 
Recording Secretary: Donald Audette 
Historian: Ralph Barroios 



19 5 It 

Robert Arsenault, Donald Audette, 
Ralph Barrows, Donald Bell, George 
Brasells, William Carroll, Clayton Cope- 
land, Charles Dedeurwaeder, James De- 
vaney, Francis Donovan, Eugene Dudeck, 
Roy Fogelgren, Charles Gaetz, Randall 
Hay don, John Heintz, Karl Hergenrother, 
Philip McCarthy, Robert ^NlacLaughlin, 
Louis ^Marshall, Robert McMahon, David 
Segal, Duane Wheeler, Edwin White. 

1955 

Allan Cotton, Neil Fleming, Thomas 
Fox, Richard Lincoln, Bruce Nilsson, 
Donald Rodenhizer, Edward Stockbridge, 
Kenneth Wilde, John Suleski, Ronald 
AVoodger. 



1956 
Robert Bairstow, Wayne Caton, 
George Cole, Robert Donald, Michael 
Ferber, Henry Fredrickson, Benjamin 
Getchell, Donald Lee, Bruce Milne, Peter 
Proud, Donald Rawson, Mark Rand, 
Richard Steele, Francis A arnuni, Donald 
Weeks, Stanton White. 

1957 
Walter Bayer, Richard Beers, James 
Beattie, Les Cameron, Richard Carroll, 
Edward Couto, Peter Flak, Melvin Fos- 
ter, Porter Harley, Louis Haywood, 
David Isenberg, Barry Jansson, Barry 
Kingman, Dean Lamphear, John La- 
Torraca, Peter Munroe, William 
O'Rourke, Craig Preston, Leonard Rand, 
John Snead, Joseph Sylvia. 



[181 



TE* 




Chancellor: Marvin Bass 
Vice-Chancellor : Lawrence Sax 
Scribe : Stanley Cramer 
Bursar: Daniel Bobrick 



195A 



Leonard Antiles, Gerald Appel, Mar- 
vin Bass, Herbert Belkin, Lawrence Ber- 
lin, Allan Bresnick, Steve Davis, Charles 
Feldberg, Bruce Fox, INIorton Goldberg, 
S. Peter Gorshel, Joseph Gurney, Norman 
Kaufman, Herman Resnick, Morris Rod- 
man, Marvin Rosen, Gerald Tober, 
Martin Wolf, Lional Wolpert. 

1955 

Irwin Alberts, Leonard Barber, Daniel 
Bobrick, Harvey Bornstein, Barry Bun- 
shoft, Edward Cohen, Stanley Cramer, 
David Ganz, ^Nlyron Goldberg, Bernard 
Gold, Jack Golden, Stanley Handman, 
Martin Isenberg, Alvin Lemack, Irwin 
Less, Jordan Liner, Ira Nottonson, James 
Potter, Richard Rutfield, Lawrence Sax, 
Walter Schwimmer, Herbert Stone, Ed- 
ward Swartz, Jorden Weinberg. 



1956 
Louis Bernstein, Harold Bowers, Leon 
Cohen, Benjamin Colodney, Allan Dush- 
man, Irwin Fisher, Howard Forman, Vic- 
tor Freedman, Richard Goodman, Arnold 
Gordenstein, Arthur Hoffman, John Jac- 
obson, Irving Lemack, Jack Miller, Phil- 
lip Poverman, Barry Bobbins, Sheldon 
Rutstein, Sanford Shapiro, Morris Silver- 
man, Alvin Tannenholtz, Charles Witt. 

1957 
Leon Aronson, Paul Bennett, James 
Bloom, Gerald Cohen, Martin Dansker, 
George Dunn, Arthur Elkins, Mitchell 
Finegold, Norman Gessman, Gerald Gold- 
berg, Gerald Goldman, Richard Karp, 
Everett Kartun, Sydney Krasnow, Rich- 
ard Maneles, David Okun, Maxwell Rein- 
stein, Harold Righter, Robert Selya, 
George Simon, Gerald Weinberg, Herbert 
Weinberg, Mervin Weiner. 



182 



lAU EPSILON PHI 



Tail Epsilon Phi this year lias 
continued to hold a high ])lace in 
campus life. 

To start the year successfully 
TEP took first place in the Home- 
coming Float Parade, and as in 
the past, Tau Epsilon Phi has had 
men in all of the important campus 
events, such as ^Nlili Ball and Greek 
Ball, and members in activities 
like the Collegian, varsity football, 
track, lacrosse, and Dance Band. 



The 1953-5-1 social season was 
a huge success, the highlights being 
the annual Hell Dance, Thug 
Dance, and Gambling Night. The 
social event of the year was the 
Initiation Banquet and Ball, 
which was held in March. 

A new group of fine men from 
the class of 1957 insured Tau Ep- 
silon Phi of more successful years 
to come. 



s, Jacobson. Elkins. Hoffman. Cohen. Righter. Schv 



r. Bloom. Stone, Kar- 



Back Row: Barber. Manelcs. Sii 

tun, Reinstein, Potter 
Third Row: Karp. Lemack. MarHn. Robbins, Forman, Bornstein. Isenberg. Rutfield. Dushman, Bernstein, Goldberg, 

Less, Finegold 
Second Row: Aronson, Dansker, Dunn, Weinberg. Sclya. Lemack. Weiner. Rosen. Relkin. Rodman. Cohen, Gessman, 

Goldman. Krasnow. Bennett. Tanenholtz. 
Front Row: Antiles, Wolpert, Goldberg, Fox, Feldberg, Cramer, Bass. Sax, Bobrick, Cohen, Gorshel, Bresnick, Kaufman 




is;5 



THETA CHI 



1953-5-1 found everyone enter- 
ing into the spirit of Theta Chi by 
participating one way or another 
in football, basketball, soft-ball, 
bowling, sing, skit, or snow sculp- 
ture for Inter-fraternity Competi- 
tion, and in many other campus ac- 
tivities. The highlights of the j'ear 
were the Sadie Hawkins party, the 
Bowery Ball, and the memorable 
Carnation Ball. Regular Saturday 
night parties and exchange suppers, 
along with other social events, 
helped to form this unforgettable 



year for Theta Chi. 

Theta Chis play an important 
part in many campus organiza- 
tions; it has members in Adelphia, 
Maroon Key and Roister Bolsters. 
Theta Chis are drill masters of the 
drill team, executive members of 
the Operetta Guild, class officers, 
captain of the swimming team, and 
co-captain of basketball. Our long 
awaited new wing to the house will 
be completed by fall and will pro- 
vide further facilities to the fra- 
ternity. 



Back Row: Brown. Lundstrom, Olson, Seaman, Alix, Turner, Tilton, McDonough. Schofield. Cole, Doe, Chruseiel, 

Barsalow. Griffin, Ycrgation 
Fourth Row: Theodores, Doiran, Beekwith, Martin, Lcsure, Brackncy, Rattman. Reagan, Cronin, Hanson, Allen, 

Bareomb. Bell. Lilly, Sturtevant, Menorek 
Third Row: Cook, Murray, Gregoire, Morrison, Sanders, Kulik, Coon, Barca, Sexton, Orr, Lumbert, Jacobson, Chris- 

tianson, MacLaren, Kirby, Fibkins, LaPorte, Bateman, Richards, Hanson, Hall, Anderson 
Second Row: Cobbett, Merritt, Russell, Burlingame, Good, Jack, Stutz.man. Norman, Campbell, Watts, OrIT, For- 

tanas, Avery, Picard. Pearson 
Front Row: Kingsbury, Rivers, Hawley. Miller, Taylor, Steele, Belleville. Madro, Knowlcs. Walker 




184 J 




President: Richard H. Norman 
Vice-President: Gijf'ord Stutzman 
Secretary : Edmond C. Campbell 
Treasurer: James A. Jack 



195Jf 
Edward Avery, Donald :\I. Bell, Cle- 
ment Burlingame, Edmond Campbell, 
John Davis, John Fortanas, Walter Ga- 
jewski, Allen Good, James Jack, John 
MacLeod, Cyril jNIerritt, Richard Nor- 
man, Kenneth Orff, Irving Pearson, 
Eugene Picard, Joseph Rogers, Robert 
Russell, Peter Smith, Gifford Stutzman, 
Charles Tilton, Robert Watts. 

1955 
George Allen, Wayne Barcomb, Rob- 
ert Barsalow, Donald Christiansen, Ger- 
ald Chrusciel, William Cobbett, Paul 
Cronin, Robert Gregoire, Ralph Hall, 
Edward Hanson, Billings Kingsbury, 
John Lilly, Benjamin MacLaren, Thomas 
INIorrison, John Porter, William Ratt- 
man, Robert Reagan. 

1956 
Peter Barca, Alfred Brackney, James 



Brown, Douglas Cole, Ronald Cook, 
Robert Coon, Peter Doiron, liichard 
Guenard, Donald Hanson, Robert Jacob- 
son, Stanley Kulik, George Lesure, Rich- 
ard Lumbert, Thomas Madru, John 
^lartin, Condon McDonough, James 
Miller, Richard Murray, Paul Olsen, 
William Orr, Warren Packard, George 
Peirce, Michael Piecewicz, William Rich- 
ards, James Rivers, George Schofield, 
Robert Sturtevant, Gerald Turner, Wil- 
liam Walker. 

1957 
Paul Alix, William Anderson, Warren 
Bateman, Ralph Doe, Bruce Beckwith, 
Donald Belleville, William Pipkins, Rob- 
ert Griffin, Eugene Hawley, John Kirby, 
Andrew Knowles, Peter Landon, Rudy 
Laporte, William Lundstrom, James 
^lenorek, Earle Seaman, Richard Sex- 
ton, Frederick Steele, Richard Taylor, 
Theodore Theodores, Setrak Yergation. 



185 



*MA 




President: Arthur Geissler, Jr. 
Vice-President : John G. Walsh 
Secretary: Richard Costello 
Treasurer: John Miller 



1951, 

Michael Byer, Leonard Campbell, Rich- 
ard Costello, Arthur Geissler, Paul Green, 
Robert Hulsman, David Jordan, John 
Miller, Edward O'Day, John Penn, El- 
bert Richards, Edward Stiles, David 
Tatham, Clinton AVatson, Colin ]Moodie. 

1955 

Ronald Babineau, Anthony Bernat- 
owicz, Richard Carney, Hugh Connor, 
James David, Stratos Dukakis, Robert 
Gallagher, Charles Gatchell, Raymond 
Goguen, Donald Halloran, Charles Ham- 
ilton, Robert Levesque, Paul Maclnnis, 
George McCrillis, Herman Nelson, John 



Pavlovich, Donald Phillips, Alfred Tha- 
gard. 

1956 
John Bianchi, Edward Cooper, John 
Crouse, David Curry, John Feltus, An- 
thony Kozak, Robert Sabin, William 
Smith, Walter Stee, Eugene Turgeon. 

1957 
Kenneth Burr, Thomas Chapman, Ed- 
ward Crane, John Czach, Thomas Derby, 
Richard Desrosiers, Edmond Dowd, W^ar- 
ren Farrel, Kenneth Ferris, Donald Le- 
Clair, Richard Martell, Charles Oakes, 
Bernard Otterson, John Quin, Carlton 
Richardson, Thomas Riley, Theodore 
Smith, Zygmunt Wachta, John Walsh. 



186 



PHI NIU DELTA 



rhi :Mu Delta National Fra- 
ternity was established on the 
University campus when Zeta Zeta 
Zeta became Nu Zeta chapter on 
October 17, 1953. With a new 
house on Sunset Avenue, the 
brothers swung into what was a 
great social season. 

Having led the fraternities in 
scholastic average for two suc- 
cessive semesters, the brothers ex- 
pected to hold their own in this 



department. A series of theme 
parties and an initiation party 
started the social season with a 
bang. 

With the immediate plans for 
increasing the membership and for 
a trophy room, the fraternity will 
try to consolidate its campus posi- 
tion. Though a relatively young 
fraternity, it is already firmly es- 
tablished and contributing actively 
to campus life. 



Back Row: Phillips. Connor, Sabin, Gatclicll. Fcltus, Ferris, Martell, Nelson, Oltcrson, Maclnnis. T. Smith, Crouse, 

W. Smith. R. Smith 
Third Row: Walsh, Bernatowicz. Stec, Curry, Kozak. Derby, McCrillis, Halloran, Carney, Wcstcott, Goguen, Gallagher, 

Hamilton, Quinn, Wachta 
Second Row; Levesque, Leclair. Bianchi, Richardson, Crane, David, Cooper, Babineau, Chapman, Pavlovich, Turgeon, 

Czach, Thagard, Desrosiers, Burr 
Front Row: Watson, Hulsman. Tatham, Green, O'Day, Miller, Penn, Geissler, Costcllo, Campbell, Stiles, Moodie, 

Byer, Jordan 




DELIA PHI GAMMA 



The optimistic ideals needed by 
the creators of a new fraternity to 
make it a success have been ex- 
empHfied in the members of Delta 
Phi Gamma. Though few in num- 
ber. Delta Phi has participated in 
most of the IFC competitions. 
Making its debut in the skits, it 
also fielded a softball, basketball, 
and football team in its first year 
of organization. Its members are 
active in outside activities as well, 
with representation on WMUA, 
the Collegian, and numerous 



other worth-while campus groups. 

Though having to make Middle- 
sex Dorm do as a house. Delta 
Phi has nevertheless, through the 
generosity of other fraternities on 
campus, had its party times. Eve- 
ning meals at Reed's have helped 
the group to get into the real spirit 
of fraternal living. 

With the incoming freshinen to 
augment its membership, there is 
little doubt that Delta Phi will 
sprout from its infancy into a well- 
known fraternal group. 



Back Row: Nolan. Butler. Szlaclietka. Bottomlcy. Join 
Second Row: Barros, Camillo. Marcottc. Stevens. Laph 
Front Row: E. White, Burbank. Seymour, Bartliolomc 



. White 
iigler. Leg 




188 



A^r 




President: Richard KUngler 
Vice President: David Seymour 
Secretary: Perry White 
Treasurer: Andrew Bartholomew 



1955 

Andrew Bartholomew, James Bottom- 
ley, Robert Burbank, Ames Harrison, 
Richard Klingler, Leonard Marcotte, 
James Nolan, James Rafferty, David 
Seymour, Francis Szlachetka, ^Yilliam 
Vogel. 



1956 

Stewart Butler, Roger Sawyer, James 
Stevens, Edward White, Perry White. 



John BaiTOs, 
ward Johnson. 



1957 
Ravniond Camillo, Ed- 



189 



FACULTY and 

ADMINISTRATION 





HIS EXCELLENCY CHRISTIAN A. HERTER 
Governor of the Commonwealth 




BOARD OP TRUSTEES 



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

John William Haigis, 'SI. A. (Amherst 
College), Greenfield 

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

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

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

Ernest Hoftyzer, B.S. (Ohio State Uni- 
versity), W^ellesley 

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

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



Lewis Perry, B.A., L.H.D. (Williams 
College), M.A. (Princeton University, 
Yale University), Litt.D. (Dartmouth 
College), L.H.D. (Amherst College, 
University of New Hampshire), LL.D. 
(Harvard University), Boston 

Dennis Roland McDermott, A.B. (Col- 
lege of the Holy Cross), Wrentham 

Frank Learoyd Boyden, A.B., A.M. 
(Amherst College), A.M. (Williams 
College, Yale University), Sc.D. (Col- 
gate University), Ph.D. (New York 
State College for Teachers), LJL.D. 
(Wesleyan Lniversity, Bowdoin Col- 
lege, Kenyon College, Harvard Univer- 
sity), L.H.D. (Amherst College, Wil- 
liams College, Princeton University), 
Litt.D. (Tufts College), Deerfield 

Ralph Fred Taber, B.S. (University of 
Massachusetts), A.M. (Harvard Uni- 
versitv), West Newton 



193 



MEMBERS EX OFFICIO 

His Excellency Christian A. Herter, 
A.B. (Harvard UiiiversitjO. LL.D. 
(Williams College), 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 University. 

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. (Wil- 
liams College), Governor of the Com- 
monwealth, President. 

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

James William Burke, B.S. (University 
of Massachusetts), Amherst, Secretary. 

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



EDUCATIONAL POLICIES COMMITTEE 



RALPH A. VAN METER 

President of the University 

ROBERT R. BROWN 

Head of the Department of Electrical Engineering 

JAMES W. BURKE 

Secretary of the University 

RICHARD M. COLWELL 

Associate Professor of Accotinting 

HELEN CURTIS 

Dean of Women 

JOHN H. DITTFACH 

Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 

FRED CHARLES ELLERT 

Professor of German and Acting Head of the 

Department 

DENZEL J. HANKINSON 

Professor of Dairy Industry and Head of the 

Department 

JOHN F. HANSON 

Assistant Professor of Insect Morphology 

ROBERT P. HOLDSWORTH 

Professor of Forestry and Head of the Department 

ROBERT S. HOPKINS, JR. 
Dean of Men 

SIDNEY W. KAUFMAN 

Head of the Department of Physical Education for 

Men 

MILO KIMBALL 

Dean of the School of Business Administration 

MARSHALL O. LANPHEAR 

Registrar of the University 

ROBERT LEAVITT 

Executive Secretary, The Alumni Association 



MARY A. MAHER 

Director of the Division of Nursing 

GEORGE A. MARSTON 

Dean of the School of Engineering 

J. PAUL MATHER 

Provost of the University 

WARREN P. McGUIRK 

Director of Athletics and Head of the Division of 

Physical Education 

HELEN S. MITCHELL 

Dean nf the School of Home Economics 

HUGH MONTGOMERY 

Librarian of the University 

CLAUDE C. NEET 

Head of the Department of Psychology 

SARA COOLIDGE PIATT 

Assistant Professor of Home Economics 

LT. COL. DWIGHT W. PRATT 

Head of the Division of Air ROTC 

FRANK P. RAND 

Acting Dean of the School of Liberal Arts 

WALTER S. RITCHIE 

Acting Dean of the School of Science 

COL. VIRGIL F. SHAW 

Head of the Division of Armored ROTC 

DALE H. SIELING 

Professor of Agronomy 

HAROLD W. SMART 

Assistant Professor of Business Law 

J. HAROLD SMITH 

Professor of Chemistry 

GILBERT L. WOODSIDE 

Professor of Biology and Head of the Department of 

Zoology; Dean of the Graduate School 



194] 




RALPH ALBERT VAN METER 
President of the University 



MARSHAL OLIN LANPHEAR 

Registrar 





JEAN PAUL MATHER 
Provost 



ROBERT STODDARD HOPKINS, JR. 

Dean of Men 



HELEN CURTIS 
Dean of Women 





196] 



PROFESSORS EMERITI 



Milliam ?^cnrj» iUcmgtrong 

H.S. (University of Massadmsetts) 

B.S., jr. L.A.C.P. '(Harvard University;) 

Assistant Professor of Meclianioal nrawirif;, 

Emeritus 

actljur Pistjop JScnumont 

B.S. (Kentuckv Stiilc University), 

Pli.l). (Cornell University) 
Professor of Agrononij', I'^nieritus 

gflcxanbec <!Etimonti Cantc 

A.B. (Maealester College) 

M.A., Ph.D. (University of Wiscon.sin) 

Professor of Economies, Emeritus 

©iton ILocing Claife 

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

Paul Mi)telet "Bempsep 

B.S. (University of Massachusetts^ 
.\ssistant Professor of Horticulture, Emeritus 

OTaltec g)amuel CiScnmcngec 

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

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

Professor of Agronomy, Emeritus 

CUfiorb 31. Jfatotctt 

B.S. (Ohio State University) 
Extension Professor of Animal Husbandry, Emeritus 

Jf . €tl)el Jf elton 

A.B. (Smith College) 
Experiment Station Editor, Emeritus 

3FuIiu5( J^ccman jFcanbsen 

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

?^entp 3Famc£( Jf canblin 

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

€btDtn jf cantis (gaskill 

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

#up Uittor (glatfelter 

B.S. (Penn.sylvania State College), 
M.S. (Iowa State College) 
Placement Officer, Emeritus 

J&arolb iWaitin (Bote 

B.S. (University of Massachusetts) 
Professor of Physical Education for Men, Emeritus 

HfoJjn Cameron (grafjam 

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

jHargarct ^omerop J^amlin 

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

l^cnrt iBartotn ?^as(feinS 

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



JAobcit IBorman Jijatulcp 

B.S. (Universitv of Massachu.setts) 

M.B.A. (Boston University) 

Treasurer, I'yineritns 

JWrjf. J^ariict H^uUa ^apnes 

B.S. (Columbia University) 
Extension Professor of Home Economics, Emeritus 

Currp ^tair J^icfeg 

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

<gap QTetlcp Ulein 

B.S. (University of Missouri) 
M.S. (Kansas State College) 
Extension Professor of Poultry Husbandry, 
Emeritus 

3fof)n J?ccfelcp Hciit? 

A.B. (Franklin and Marshall College) 

V.M.D. (University of Penn.sylvania) 

Professor of V'eteriTiary Science, Emeritus 

Jfranfe Cotfjcanc ifloorc 

A.B. (Dartmouth College) 
Professor of Mathematii's, Emeritus 

IHtllarb lansfon iUlunson 

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

3Iof)n Baxter i^etolon 

Assistant Professor of Engineering, Emeritus 

^. "Vincent (©gmun 

B.Agr. (University of Connecticut) 
B.S. (Boston University) 
B.S., M.S. (University of Massachusetts) 
Professor of Botany, Emeritus 

Sumner J^ufus ^arfecr 

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

Cftadesf SbamK petccg 

B.S. (University of Massachusetts) 

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

3Jatofa Hiugsilep ^fjatn 

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

€bna ILucp ^feinncr 

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

M.Ed. (Michigan State Normal College) 

Dean of the School of Home Economics, Emeritus 

MiUiam (©oulb ^inal 

B.S., M.A. (Harvard University) 
Ph.D. (Brown University) 
Professor of Nature Education, Emeritus 

ilintfjrop ^elbcn MeWts 

B.S. (Universitv of Illinois) 

M.Ed. (Harvard I'niversity) 

Professor of Education, Emeritus 

^usil iSoise Hoob 

A.B. (BroHii I'niversity) 
Librarian, Emeritus 



197 



IHE 

LUMI 

ASSOCIATION 




ROBERT LEAVITT 
Executive Secretary 




The Alumni Office functions as 
the general information center for 
University graduates wherever 
they may be. The office keeps a 
file on all alumni and maintains 
data on the doings and where- 
abouts of graduates. It publishes 
a magazine, Massachusetts Alum- 
nus, to distribute information to 
and from alumni. This is an en- 
largement and improvement on the 
former Alumni Bulletin. 

The Office, reorganized for great- 
er effectiveness under Mr. Leavitt, 
who became Alumni Secretary last 
July, is a direct tie between pres- 
ent and past U. of M. students. 
The Associate Alumni body has 
established itself as one of the 
most devoted and helpful alumni 
bodies in the country. Its efforts 
were directly responsible for Me- 
morial Hall, and many of our 
dormitories. Its plans now include 
construction of a long-needed 
Student Union building. 



198 




IHE 

GRADUATE 

SCHOOL 



GILBERT LLEWELLYN VIOODSIDE 
Dean 



Dedicated to the ideal of the ad- 
vancement of knowledge through 
faculty and student research and 
other creative work, the Graduate 
School believes that such work is 
the best method of developing 
intellectual humility, because 
through it the student learns how 
difficult it is to add to the sum of 
human knowledge. It hopes to 
stimulate the spark of intellectual 
curiosity in all of its students so 
that regardless of what career 
they are preparing themselves for, 
their true preparation is for a life 
devoted to learning. It seeks to 
impart respect for true scholarship, 
as not alone the grasp of the 
methodology of a field of learning, 
but unwavering dedication to an 
impelling desire to knoiv, as well as 
the development of the ability to 
find true satisfaction in knowing. 




199 



SCHOOL OF ARIS AND SCIENCES 





FRANK PRENTICE RAND 
Acling Dean, School of Liberal Arts 



WALTER STUNTZ RITCHIE 
Acting Dean, School of Science 



DORIS ELISABETH ABRAMSON 

Inslnicfor in Speech 
B.A. University of Massachusetts; M.A. Smith 
College. 

GEORGE WILLIAM ALDERMAN 
Professor of Physics 
B.A. Williams College. 

CHARLES PAUL ALEXANDER 
Professor of Entomologi/ and Head of Department 
B.S., Ph.D. Cornell University. 

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

STEPHEN IVES ALLEN 

Instructor in Mathematics 

A.B. Amherst College; A.M. Harvard University. 

DORIC ALVIANI 

Professor of Mtisic 

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

ALLEN EMIL ANDERSEN 
Professor of Mathematics and Head of Department 
A.B., M.A. LTniversity of Nebraska; Ph.D. Harvard 
University. 

THOMAS JOSEPH ANDREWS 
Assistant Professor of Zoology 
B.S. University of Massachusetts; A.M. W'illiams 
College. 

WALTER MILLER BANFIELD 
Assistant Professor of Botany 
B.S. Rutgers LTniversity; Ph.D. University of Wis- 
consin. 

LEON OSER BARRON 
Inslnirtiir in English 
B.A. University of Massachusetts; M.A. University 
of Minnesota. 



LAWRENCE MATTHEWS BARTLETT 

Associate Professor of Zoology 
B.S., M.S. University of Massachusetts; Ph.D. 
Cornell University. 

ROBERT FREDERICK BIEHLER 
Instructor in- Psychology 
B.A. Syracuse LTniversity; M.A., Ph.D., University 
of Minnesota. 

HAROLD DANFORTH BOUTELLE 

Associate Professor of Mathematics 

B.S., C.E., Worcester Polytechnic Institute. 

BERNARD PHILLIP BUSSEL 

Instructor in Mathematics 

B.S. University of Massachusetts; M.A. Columbia 

University. 

HALL GERALD BUZZjELL 
Instructor in Mathematics 
A.B. Dartmouth College; M.S. University of Massa- 
chusetts. 

FRED VIRGIL CAHILL, JR. 
Professor of Government 
B.A., M.A. LTniversity of Nebraska; Ph.D. Yale 
LTniversity. 

THEODORE CUYLER CALDWELL 
Professor of History 
B.A., College of Wooster; M.A. Harvard University; 
Ph.D. Yale LTniversity. 

GEORGE WESLEY CANNON 
Asso-iate Professor of Chemistry 
B.A. Dakota Wesleyan University; M.S., Ph.D. 
LTniversity of Illinois. 

HAROLD WHITING CARY 

Professor of History and Head of Department 
A.B. Williams College; A.M. Harvard LTniversity; 
Ph.D. Yale LTniversity. 

GILBERT CESTRE 

Instructor in French 

Licence es Lettres, Diplome d'Etudes Superieures, 

(LTniversite de Dijon). 



200 



llAIMiV .lOlIX CIIRISTOFFERS 

Iii.ilnirliir ill Chemi.ilrij 
U.S.. M.S., I'liivcr.sity .if Wa.sliiiigtoii. 

D.VVIl) lUIXil.KY CLARK 
hi.ilnivhir in Kiiqli.sli 
B.A. Wosle.Viiii riiivci-.sily; M.A. Y;ilr I'TiiviT.sity. 
KATIIKRIM'. ALI.EN CLARKK 
A.ixinluiii I'mfrntmr of French 
A.B. GouoluT (\A\viiv: Sl.A. Middlebur.v College; 
Docteiir <le rriiiv<'r.sile ile Grenohle. 
DA\ STK.M) C()r,t,INS 
Iii.slriKtnr ill l-:ii!ili.,h 
B.S. University of IVnii.sylvniiia; M.A. Univer.sity 
of North Carolina. 

WALTER E. CONRAD 
Inslrnctor in Chemistry 
B.S., M.S. Wayne University; Ph.D. University of 
Kansas. 

JOSEPH CONTINO 

Instnictiir in Music 

B.Mus. Oherlin College: M.A. Columbia University. 

BENJAMLX CHARLES CROOKER, JR. 

hinlriiriiir in Physics 

B.S. LTniversity of Mas.sachusetts. 

HELEN EHAXCES CULLEN 
Assistant I'mffssor nf Mathemutirs 
A.B. Radcliffe College; ^LA. Ph.D. University of 
Michigan. 

REYNOLD BERNARD CZARNECKI 
Assistant Professor of Bacteriology 
B.S. Penns.ylvania State College; M.S., Ph.D. Uni- 
versity of Illinois. 

EDWARD LYON DAVIS 
Instructor in Botany 
B.A. Harvard LTniversity; M.S. University of Massa- 
chusetts. 

WILLIAM AT,LEN DAVIS 

Assistant Professor of History 

B.A. Colgate tTniversitj'; M.A. Harvard University. 

LYLE CONWAY DEARDON 

Instructor in Zoology 

B.A., M.A. University of Utah. 

EDWIN DOUGLAS DRIVER 
Instructor in Sociology 
A.B. Temple University; M.A. University of Penn- 
sylvania. 

MRS. MARRON SHAW DuBOIS 
Instructor in English 
B.A. St. Lawrence University. 

FRED CHARLES ELLERT 
Professor of German and Acting Head of Department 
B.S. University of ^Massachusetts; M.A. Amherst 
College. 

SEYMOUR EPSTEIN 
Assistant Professor of Psychology 
B.A. Brooklyn College; M.A.", Ph.D. University of 
Wisconsin. 

DWIGHT EDMUND ERLICK 
Instructor in Psychology 
A.B. Colby College; M.A., Ph.D. Columbia Univer- 
sity. 

WILLIAM BENFORD FARRINGTON 
Instructor in Geology 
B.S. in C.E., M.S. Cornell University; Ph.D. 
Massachusetts Institute of Technolog.v. 

ROBERT SIMION FELDMAN 

Associate Professor of Psychology 

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



JAMES M. FERRIGNO 

Associate Professor of Homance Languayes 
A.B.. A.M., Ph.D. Boslon'riiiversity. 

RICHARD WILLIAM KESSENDEN 
Professor of Inorganic Chemistry 
B.S., M.S. University of Massachusetts; Ph.D. 
Columbia University. 

(iORDOX I'lELD 

Instnirtiir in Kntoiiii>logy 

B.S., M.S. University of Massac|]u.se'lts. 

ROY MARSHALL FISHER 

A ssi slant Professor of Physics 

.\.B., Clark University. 

CHARLES FREDERIC FRAKER 
Professor of Romance Languages and Head of De- 
partment 
A.B. Colorado College; A.M., Ph.D. Harvard Uni- 
versity. 

RALPH LYLE FRANCE 
Professor of Bacteriology and Head of Department 
B.S. LTniversity of Delaware; M.S. University of 
Massachusetts 
PAUL ADELARD GAGNON 
Instructor in History 
A B. University of Massachusetts; M.A. Harvard 
LTniversity; C.E.P. Univcrsitc de Paris. 
PHILIP LYLE GAMBLE 
Professor of Economics and Head of Department 
B.S., M.A. Wesleyan University; Ph.D. Corneil 
LTniversity. 

MARY ELLEN MONICA GARVEY 
Associate Professor of Bacteriology 
B.S. LTniversity of Massachusetts. 

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

STOWELL COOLIDGE GODING 
Professor of French 
A.B. Dartmouth College; A.M. Harvard LTniversity; 
Ph.D. LTniversity of Wisconsin. 

MAXWELL HENRY GOLDBERG 
Professor of English 
B.S. University of Massachusetts; M.A., Ph.D. 
Yale LTniversity. 

ITLRICH KARL GOLDSMITH 
Associate Professor of German 
B.A., M.A. LTniversity of Toronto; Ph.D. LTniversity 
of California. 




201 




LEWIS CHARLES GOLDSTEIN 

Instructor in Zoology 
B.S., M.S. University of Richmond; Ph.D. Uni- 
versity of Virginia. 

GEORGE GOODWIN, JR. 

Assistant Professor of Government 

B.A. WiMiams Cullogc; M..\. Harvard LTniversity. 

ALBERT EDWARD GOSS 

Associate Professor of Psi/chohgy 

B.A., M.A., Ph. I). St:itc ("iiivcrsity of Iowa. 

SUMNER MELVIX GREENFIELD 

Instructor in Romance Languages 

A.B. Boston College; A.M. Boston University; 

Harvard University. 

HERBERT WILLIAM HAAS 

Lecturer iti Public Health 

B.S. in C.E. University of Wisconsin. 

WILLIAM HALLER, JR. 

Assistant Professor of Economics 

A.B. Amherst College; M.A., Ph.D. Columbia 

University. 

EDWARD HALPERN 
Instructor in Mathematics 
B.S., M.A. Columbia rnivcrsity. 

JOHN ER.VXCIS HANSON 
Associate Professor of Insect Morphology 
B.S., M.S., Ph.D.'University of Ma.s.sachusetts. 
RICHARD HAVEN 
Instructor in English 
B.A. Harvard University; M.A. Princeton LTniver- 
sity. 

VERNON PARKER HELMING 

Professor of English 

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

MRS. FLORIANA TARANTINO HOGAN 

Instructor in English 

B.S., A.M. Boston University. 

BROXISLAW M.\RK HONIGBERG 
Assistant Professor of Zoology 
A.B., M.A. Ph.D. University of California. 

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 LTniversity; Ph.D. Cornell LTniver- 
sity. 



ANGELO lANTOSCA 

Visiting Lecturer in Public Health 
S.B. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 

WARREN IRVING JOHANSSON 

Instructor in Geology and Mineralogy 
B.S., M.S. University of Massachusetts. 

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 York; M.A. Boston 
LTniversity. 

CAROLYN HELEN KENDROW 
Instructor in Chemistry 
B.S. University of Massachusetts. 

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

ROBERT McCUNE KINGDON 
Instructor in History 
B.A. Oberlin College; M..\. Columbia LTniversity. 
STANLEY KOEHLER 
Assistant Professor of English 
A.B., A.M. Princeton University; M.A. Harvard 
LTniversity; Ph.D. Princeton LTniversity. 
JAY HEXRY KORSOX 
Professor of Sociologi/ and Head of Department 
B.S. Villanova College; M.A., Ph.D. Yale University 
THEODORE THOMAS KOZLOWSKI 
Professor of Botany and Head of Department 
B.S. Syracuse University; M.A., Ph.D. Duke 
LTniversity. 

HENRY KRATZ, JR. 
Instructor in German 
M.A. New York State College tor Teachers, M.A., 
Ph.D. Ohio State LTniversity. 

ROBERT PHILLIPS LANE 
Assistant I'rofessor of English 
A.B. Columbia I'Tiiversity; M.A. Harvard Univer- 
sity. 

EDWARD PETER LARKIN 

Instructor in Public Health 

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

HENRY ARTHUR LEA 

Instructor in German 

B.S. in Ed. LTniversity of Pennsylvania. 




202 



WALTER WIM'l!i:i) i.i;i'; 

Lecturer In I'lihlir flealtli 
M.B., M.D. Tcminid I'liivrrsily; M.IMI. Harvard 
University. 

MITCIIKM. A. LKiirr 
AnsiKfanl Professor of Oeologi/ and Mineralogy 
A.B., M.A. University of Missouri; Pli.I). Rutgers 
University. 

HENRY NELSON LITTI-IC 
Associate Professor of Chcmistri/ 
B.S. Cornell University; M.S.', Pli.I). Uiiiversity of 
Wiseonsin. 

ROBERT BLAIR LIVINGSTON 
Professor of Botani/ 
A.B, Colorado College; M!A., PIi.D. Duke Univer- 
sity. 

DAXFEL .lU.STIX MrCAUTIIY 

Assislant Professor of /■jhiriillon 

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

ALLAN HUGH M.\rLAINE 

Instructor in English 
B.A. McGill LT,iiversity; Pli.D. Brown University. 

ALBERT PIERPONT MADEIRA 

Instructor in English 
.\.B. Bowdoin College; M.A. University of New 
Hampshire. 

MARY A. MAKER 

Professor of Nursing and Head of the Division of 

Nursing 
B.S., A.M. Columbia University. 

LEWIS CASPER MAINZER 

Instructor in Government 
B.A. New York LTniversity; M.A. University of 
Chieago. 

MANLEY MANDEL 
Assistant Professor of Bacteriology 
B.A. Brooklyn College; M.S., Ph.D., Michigan 
State College. 

JOHN FRANCIS MANFREDI 
Instructor in Sociology 
B.S. University of Pennsylvania; M.A., Ph.D. 
Har\"ard L^niveristy. 

ALFRED HERMAN MATHIESON, JR. 
Assistant Professor of Physics 
S.B. State Teachers College, East Stroudsburg, 
Pennsylvania: M.A. Columliia University. 
BERNARD MAUSXER 
Assistant Professor of Psi/i-hologi/ 
B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Columbia University. 
WALTER EUGENE MIENTKA 
Instructor in Mathematics 
B.S. L'niversity of Massachusetts; M.A. Columbia 
University. . 

BRUCE ROBERT MORRIS 
Professor of Economics 
A.B. Western Reserve Uni\-ersity; M.A. Ohio State 
LTniversity; Ph.D. LTniversity of Illinois. 
DONALD EUGENE MOSER 
Instructor in Mathematics 
A.B. Amherst College; .\.M. Brown University. 
ARTHUR BENSON Ml'SGRAVE 
Professor of Journalism 
B.S., M.S. Boston LTniversity; Nienian Fellow in 
Journalism Harvard LTniversity. 

CLAIR WAYLAND NAYLOR 
Instructor in Mathematics 
Ph.B., M.A. Yale Universitv. 




CLAUDE CASSELL NEET 
Professor of Psychology and Head of Department. 
A.B. University of California, Los Angeles; M.A. 
Ph.D. Clark L'niversity. 

ARTHUR BIGELOW NELSON 

Assistant Professor of Geology and Mineralogy 

B.S. Colby College; M!S. Middlebury College. 

AUGUST NEWLANDER, JR. 

Instructor in Mathematics 

B.S. University of Denver; M.S. LTniversity of 

Chicago. 

NORTON HART NICKERSON 
Instrvctnr in llolaui/ 
B.S. University of Mas.sachusetts; M.A. University 
of Texas; Ph.D. Washington L'niversitj'. 

ARTHUR ELLSWORTH NIEDECK 
Associate Professor of Speech 
B.S. Ithaca College; M..\'. Cornell University. 

willia:\i brown nutting 

Assistant Professor of Zoology 
B.S., M.S. University of Massachusetts; Ph.D. 
Cornell LTniversity. 

GEORGE JAMES OBERLANDER 
Instructor in Chemistry 
B.S. Tufts College. 

ANN HELEN O'DONNELL 
Instructor in Education 
B.S. l'niversity of Vermont. 

WILLIAM GREGORY ODONNELL 
Associate Professor of English 
B.S. University of Ma.ssachusetts; M.A., Ph.D. 
Yale LTniversity. 

CHARLES FRANK OLIVER 
Assistant Professor of Education 
B.S., M.S. LTniversity of Massachusetts. 

ERNEST MILFORD PARROTT 
Instructor in Chemistry 
B.S. LInion LTniversity; M.A. LTniversity of Massa- 
chusetts; Ph.D. University of Missouri. 

HENRY BROWN PEIRCE, JR. 
Instructor in Speech 
B.A. LTniversity of Massachu.setts; M.F.A. Carne- 
gie Institute of Technology. 

ROBERT CHARLES PERRIELLO 
Associate Professor of Bacteriology 
B.S. L'niversity of Massachusetts. 

OTTO PAUL PFLANZE 

Assistant Professor of History 

B.A. Mary ville College; M.A., Ph.D. Yale University. 



203 



ROBERT AARON POTASH 

Instructor in History 
A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Harvard University. 
WALLACE FRANK POWERS 
Professor of Physics and Head of Department 
A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Clark University. 

ALBERT WILLLAM PURVIS 
Professor of Educatio?i and Head of Department 
A.B. University of New Brunswick; M.Ed., D.Ed. 
Harvard University. 

FRANK PRENTICE RAND 
Professor nf F.iiiilish and Head of Department 
'Arlinii Deaii of School of Liberal Arts. 
A.B. Wilhams College; A.M. Amherst College. 
HAROLD RAUCH 
Assistant Professor of Zoology 
B.S. Queens College; M.S. LTniversity of Illinois; 
Ph.D. Brown University, 

GEORGE ROBERT RICHASON, JR. 
A ssistant Professor of Chemistry 
B.S., M.S. LTniversity of Massachusetts. 

WALTER STUNTZ RITCHIE 
Goessman Professor of Chemistry and Head of De- 
partment 
Acting Dean nf School of Science 
B.S. Ohio State College; A.M., Ph.D. University of 
Missouri. 

JOHN EDWIN ROBERTS 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry 
B.S., M.S. University' of New Hampshire; Ph.D. 
Cornell University. 

JOHN LEWIS ROBERTS 
Instructor in Physiology 
B.S., M.S. University of Wisconsin; Ph.D. Univer- 
sity of California. 

HERBERT DUNCAN ROLLASON, JR. 
Assistant Professor of Zoology 
A.B. Middlehury (Villege; MA. Willianas College; 
A.M., Ph.D. Harvard University. 

ISRAEL HAROLD ROSE 
Assistant Professor of Mathematics 
B.A., M.A. Brooklyn College, Ph.D. Harvard Uni- 
versity. 

WILLIAM HAROLD ROSS 

Associate Professor of Physics 

B.A., M.A. Amherst Col'legi-; Ph.D. Yale University 

MRS. CLEONE AULLER ROTAN 

Instructor in Geology and Mineralogy 

A.B., A.M. Smith College. 




WILLIAM MARTIN ROURKE 

Assistant Professor of Education 

B.A. Beloit College; M.S. Northwestern University. 

RICHARD CHASE SAVAGE 

Instructor in English 

B.A. University of North Carolina; M.A. Columhia 

University. 

HENRY HERBERT SCARBOROUGH, JR. 
Instructor in Botany 
B.S. University of Te.\as. 

DONALD SEWALL SCHEUFFLE 
Instructor in Chemistry 
B.S., M.S. Tufts College. 

IRVIN(; HERBERT SCHLAFMAN 
Lrchirrr in Puhlir Health 
A.B. Clark University; M.S. University of Massa- 
chusetts. 

SIDNEY SCHOEFFLER 

Assistant Professor of Economics 

B.S. New York LIniversity; A.M. University of 

Pennsylvania; Ph.D. The New School for Social 

Research; C.P.A. New Jersey. 

NORMAN JAMES SCHOONMAKER 
Assistant Professor of Mathematics 
B.S. University of Massachusetts; S.M. LTniversity 
of Chicago. 

ADOLF ERNST SCHROEDER 
Assistant Professor of German 
B.S. LTniversity of Illinois; M.A. Louisiana State 
University; Ph.D. Ohio State LTniversity. 

FRANK ROBERT SHAW 
Associate Professor of Entomology and Beekeeping 
B.S. LTniversity of Massachusetts; Ph.D. Cornell 
LTniversity. 

CLARENCE SHUTE 
Assistant Professor of Philosophy 
A.B. A.sbury College; A.M., Ph.D. Columbia Uni- 
versity. 

HENRY HILLS SHILLINGS 
Instructor in Mathematics 
A.B. Amherst College. 

J. HAROLD SMITH 
Professor of Chemistry 
B.S., M.A, I'niversity of Utah; Ph.D. LTniversity of 
Wisconsin. 

MARION ESTELLE SMITH 
Assistant Professor of Entomology 
B.S., M.S. University of Massachusetts; Ph.D. 
University of Illinois. 

JAMES GEORGE SNEDECOR 

Associate Professor of Physiology 

B.S. Iowa State College; Ph.D. Indiana' University. 

ERNEST AUGUSTUS SNOW 

Lecturer in Public Health 

B.S., M.S. Harvard University. 

I>EO FRANK SOLT 

Instructor in History 
B.A. Iowa State Teachers College; M.A. LTniversity 
of Iowa. 

JOHN LeBARON SPENCER 
Assistant Professor of Botany 
B.S., M.S. University of Massachusetts; Ph.D. 
LTniversity of Texas. 

EDMUND JOSEPH STAWIECKI 

Instructor in German 
B.S. LTniversity of Massachusetts; M.A. University 
of Iowa. 



204] 




RICHARD STEPHEN STEIN 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry 
B.S. Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute; M.A., Ph.D. 
Princeton University. 

HARVEY LEROY SWEETMAN 
Professor of Entomology 
B.S. Colorado State College; M.S. Iowa State Col- 
lege; Ph.D. University of Massachusett.s. 
PAUL ARTHI R SWEXSON 
Inslruclor in Phi/sinloyi/ 
B.S. Hamline University; Pli.D. Stanford Univer- 
sity. 

RENE SIMON TAUBE 
Instructor in Spanish and German 
M.A. .lohns Hopkins University. 

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. 

RAY ETHAN TORREY 
Professor of Botany 
B.S. University of Massachusetts; M.A., Ph.D. 
Harvard University. 

JAY R. TRAVER 
Assistant Professor of Zoolnqi) 
B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Cornell rnivcrsity. 

FREDERICK SHERMAN TROY 
Professor of English 
B.S. University of Massachusetts; M.A. Amherst 
College. 

ROBERT GARLAND TUCKER 

Instructor in English 

A.B. Amherst College; A.M. Harvard University. 

THEODORE ROOSEVELT VALLANCE 

Assistant Professor of Psychology 

A.B. Miami LTniversity; M.A., Ph.D. Syracuse 

LTniversity. 

HENRY' LELAND VARLEY 
Associate Professor of English 
A.B., A.M. Wesleyan LTniversity; Ph.D. L'niversity 
of Wisconsin. 

ROBERT WANNER WAGNER 
Professor of M athematics 
A.B. Ohio University;" M.A., Ph.D. University of 
Michigan. 



TinCODORE JOSEPH WANG 

Assistant Professor of Phi/sirs 
B.S., Phi). University of Illinois, 

XEAL THOMAS W.VTSOX 
Instructor in Mathematics 
B.S. Duke University; A.M. Harvard University. 
JOHN AUGUST WEIDHAAS, JR. 
Instructor in Enlomotogi/ 
B.S. University of Ma.ssacluisetts. 

WILLIAM WKIXKR 
Instructor in Economics 
A.B., A.M. Urii\'crsily of Texas. 

SIDNEY FREDKRICK WKXLKR 
Instructor in Romance Languages 
B.S. New York University; M.A. University of 
Colorado; Ph.D. New York LTniversity. 

THOMAS OBERSON WILKINSON 
Instructor in Sociology 
A.B. LTniversity of North Carolina; M.A. Duke 
LTniversity. 

ARTHUR ROBERT WILLIAMS 
Assistant Professor of English 
A.B. Clark University; A.M..' Ph.D., Cornell Uni- 
versity. 

LEONARD RICHARD WILSON 
Professor of Geology and Mineralogy and Head of 

Department 
Ph.B., Ph.M., Ph.D. University of Wisconsin. 
KAROL STANLEY WISNIESKI 
Instructor in Bacteriology 
B.S. University of Massachusetts; M.P.H. LTniver- 
sity of Michigan. 

GILBERT LLEWELLYN WOODSIDE 
Professor of Biology and Head of Department of Zoology 

Dean of Graduate School 
B.A. DePauw LTniversity; M.A., Ph.D. Harvard 
LTniversitv. 

MRS. MARTHA ROCKHOLD WRIGHT 
Instructor in English 
B.S. Miami Universitv. 

RAYMOND WYMAN 
Assistant Professor of Education 
B.S. LTniversity of Massachusetts; Ed.M. Boston 
LTniversity. 

ANTHONY WILLIAM ZAITZ 

Assistant Professor of Speech 

B.S.O. Curry College; M.A. Boston University. 

.lOHN KARL ZEENDER 

Assistant Professor of History 

B.A,, M.A. The Catholic University of America; 

Ph.D. Yale University. 




[205 



SCHOOL OF 
AGRICULTORE 



HORIICULIURE 




DALE HAROLD SIBLING 
Dean 



HERSCHEL GEORGE ABBOTT 

Instructor in Forestry 
B.S. University of Maine; M.E., Harvard Univer- 
sity. 

JAMES FRANKLIN ANDERSON 

Instructor in Pomology 
B.S., M.S. West Virginia University. 

LUTHER BANTA 

Assistant Professor of Poultry Husbandry 
B.S. Cornell University. 

ROLLIN HAYES BARRETT 

Professor of Farm Management 
B.S. University of Connecticut; M.S. Cornell Uni- 
versity. 

TORVALD ARTHUR BERTINUSON 

Instrurtor in Agronomy I 
B.S., M.S. University of Denver. 

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., M.S. L^niversity of Massachusetts. 

JAMES WARREN CHADWICK, JR. 

Instructor in Animal Husbandry 
B.S. University of Massachusetts. 

WILLIAM GEORGE COLBY 

Professor of Agronomy and Head of Department 
B.S.A. University of Illinois; M.S., Ph.D. Rutgers 
LTniversity. 

THOMAS ALOYSIUS CULBERTSON 

Assistant Professor of Food Technology 
B.S. University of Massachusetts. 



LAWRENCE SU:MNER DICKINSON 

Associate Professor of Agrostology 
B.S., M.S. University of Massachusetts. 

CHARLES WARREN DUNHAM 

Instructor in Floriculture 
B.S. LTniversity of Massachusetts; M.S. University 
of Wisconsin. 

JOHN MURRAY ELLIOT 

Instructor in Animal Husbandry 
B.S. McGill LTniversity; M.S. LTniversity of Vermont 

JOHN NELSON EVERSON 

Assistant Professor of Agronomy 
B.S., M.S. LTniversity of Massachusetts. 

CARL RAYMOND FELLERS 

Professor of Food Technology and Head of Department 
A.B. Cornell University; M.S., Ph!D. Rutgers 
University. 

ALMON SUTPHEN FISH, JR. 

Instructor in Pomology 
A.B. Bates College, M.S. Kansas .State College. 

RICHARD CAROL FOLEY 

Professor of Animal Husbandry 
B.S., M.S. University of Massachusetts; Ph.D. 
Rutgers University. 

ARTHUR PERKINS FRENCH 

Professor of Pomology and Plant Breeding 
and Head of Department of Pomology 
B.S. Ohio State LTniversity; M.S. LTniversity 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..\. LTniversity of Illinois. 



206] 



DEXZKI, .1. IIANKINSON 

Pruffx.siir of Dairi) Inrliixtn/ and Head of liepnrlmeul 
B.S. Michigan Stjitc Coilcpc; M.S. University of 
Connecticut; Pli.D.. Pennsylvania State College. 

ROBERT POWKLL IIOI.DSWORTH 

Professor of Forestry unii Wi/dlifc MiiiuKjcnicnl ami 

Head of Dc/mrliitoit 
B.S. Michigan State College; M.F. Yale School of 
Forestry. 

SAMUEL CHURCH HUBBARD 

As.sislaiif Professor of Floric nil lire 

FREDERICK PAINTER JEFFREY 

Professor of Poiillrij Iliisbandrij and 
Head of Deparlnienl 
B.S. Pennsylvania State College; M.S. University 
of Massachusetts. 

WILLIAM BRADFORD .70HNS0N 

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. 

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 M.^cCONNELL 

Instructor in Forestry 
B.S. University of Massachusetts; M.F. Yale School 
of Forestry. 

IAN TENNANT MORRISON MacIVER 

Instructor in Landscape Architecture 

GERALD JOSEPH McIJNTDON 

Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture 
B.Arch. Liverpool University; Dip. CD. Depart- 
ment of Civic Design. 

DANIEL HORACE NELSON 

Assistant Professor of Dairying 
B.S. University of New Hampshire; M.S. Univer- 
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. 

THOMAS ALBERT PERLEY 

Instructor in Animal Husbandry 
B.S. University of Massachusetts. 



PAUL NICHOLAS I'UOCOPIO 

Assistant Professor of llorliriilturc 
B.S. University <.r Massaclinsctts. 

ARNOLD DEXSMORE RHODES 

Professor of Forestry 
B.S. University of New Hampshire: M.F. Yale Uni- 
\'ersity. 

VICTOR ARTHUR RICE 

Professor of Animal Husbandry and Head of 
Department 
B.S., D.Agr. North Carolina State College; M.Agr. 
University of Massachusetts. 

JOSEPH HARRY RICH 

Associate Professor of Forestry 
B.S., M.F. New York State College of Forestry. 

OLIVER COUSENS ROBERTS 
Associate Professor of Pomology 
B.S. University of Massachusetts; M.S. University 
of Illinois. 

DONALD ERNEST ROSS 

Assistant Professor of Floriculture 
B.S. University of Massachusetts. 

SARGENT RUSSELL 

Assistant Professor of Agricultural Economics 
B.S. University 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 

Experimental Slutlim 

B.S., M.S. Kansas State College; Ph.D. Iowa State 

College. 

RUSSELL EATON SMITH 

Professor of Veterinary Scierme 
B.S. University of Massachusetts; V.M.D. Univer- 
sity of Pennsylvania. 

GRANT BINCEMAN SNYDER 

Professor of Olericulture and Head of Department 
B.S. A. University of Toronto; M.S. Michigan State 
College. 

CHARLES HIRAM THAYER 

Assistant Professor of Agronomy 
B.Agr. University of Massachusetts. 

CLARK LEONARD THAYER 

Professor of Floriculture and Head of Department. 
B.S. University of Massachusetts. 

REUBEN 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 Husbarulry 

JOHN MICHAL ZAK 

Instructor in Agronomy 
B.S., M.S. University of Massachusetts. 



207] 



SCHOOL OF 
ENGINEERING 




GEORGE ANDREWS MARSTON 
Dean 



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. 

THEODORE LOUIS BATKE 

Instructor in Chemical Engineering 
B.A.Sc, M.A.Sc, Ph.D. University of Toronto. 

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 

Associate 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. 

THOMAS AUGUSTUS GROW 

Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering 
B.S. University of Connecticut. 

KARL NEWCOAIB HENDRICKSON 

Associate Professor of Civil Engineering 
B.S., M.S. University of Maine. 

JOHN HOPKINS KARLSON 

Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 
B.S. in E.E. University of Wisconsin; M.S. in E.E. 
Northwestern University. 



CARL ANTON KEYSER 

Associate Professor of Metallurgy 
B.S. Carnegie Institute of Technology; B.S., M.S. 
Worcester Polytechnic Institute. 

DAVID WARREN KNUDSEN 

Inslruclor in Electrical Engineering 
B.S. in E.E. I'niversity of Maine. 

WALTER SIDELINGER LAKE 

Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 
B.S., M.Ed. Fitchburg State Teachers College. 

.lOSEPH WALTON LANGFORD, JR. 

Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering 
B.S. LTniversity of New Hampshire; S.M. in E.E. 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 

HERBERT ERNEST LINDNER 

Instructor in Mechanical Engineering 
B.S. in M.E. LTniversity of Massachusetts. 

EDGAR ERNEST LINDSEY 

Professor of Chemical Engineering 
B.S. in Ch.E. Georgia Institute of Technology; 
D.Eng. Yale LIniversity. 

LOWELL EDW'IN LINGO 

Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering 
B.A., M.E. Yale University. 

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. 
University of Iowa. 



208 



JOHN WILLIAM MOIIN 

Assistant ProfcKsor of Elerlriral Kiigiiurriiii/ 
M.E. Stevens Institute of Tcclmology; B.S. Worces- 
ter Polytechnic Institute. 

ELMER C. OSGOOD 

Associate Professor of Ciml Engineering 
C.E., D.Eng. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. 

ROBinrr kincaid Patterson 

Assistant /'ni/V,v.Mi/- of Agricultural Engineering 
B.S. LTnivtrsily of Mnine. 

EDWARD STANLEY PIRA 

Inslrnclor in Agricidtiiral Engineering 
B.S. University of Connecticut. 

ALFRED XAVIER POWERS 

Instrnctor in Agrindtyral Engineering 
B.S. in Ed. Fitchburg State Teachers College. 

CARL SIIERW'OOD ROYS 

Professor of Electrical Engineering 
B.S. Worcester Polytechnic Institute; M.S. in E.E., 
Ph.D. Purdue University. 

ARNOLD GIDEON SHARP 

Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering 
B.S. in Mech. Eng. Tufts College; M.S. in Mech. 
Eng. Worcester Polytechnic Institute. 

W'ALTER WORCESTER SMITH 

Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering 
B.E.E. Northeastern University. 



DANIEL SOBALA 

Assistant Professor of Meclianicnl Engineering 
S.B. Massachn.setts In.stitnte of 'IVchno'logy. 

H1;RBERT NORMAN STAPLKTON 

Professor of Ai/ricniliiriil Eni/incerini/ and 
'llcail of Dcpartninit 
B.S., M.S. Kansas Slate Colk-g.. 

JOHN DAVID SWENSON 

Professor of M echanical Engineering 
B.S. in M.]'",. New York University; M.A. Columbia 
University. 

WILLIAM HENRY TAGUE 

Assistant Professor of Agricullnral Engineering 
B.S. Iowa State College. 

WILLIAM HENRY W'EAVER 

Professor of Mechanical Engineering 
B.S. in I.E., M.S. in I.E. Pennsylvania State College. 

GEORGE PHILIP WEIDMANN 

Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 
B.S. College of the City of New York; M.A. Colum- 
bia LTniversity. 

MERIT PENNIMAN WHITE 

Head of Civil Engineering Department 
A.B., C.E. Dartmouth College; M.S., Ph.D. Cal- 
ifornia Institute of Technology. 




SCHOOL OF 
BOSINESS 




MILO IvIMHALL 
Dean 



RICHARD MOWRY COLWELL 

Associate Professor of Accounting 
B.S., M.S. University of Rhode Island; Ph.D. Uni- 
versity of Massachusetts. 

RICHARD McIVER GILLIS 

Instructor in Business Administration 

B.B.A. Tulane University; M.B.A. University of 

Pennsylvania 

HAROLD 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; M.B.A. Boston 
University 

JAMES BUREN LUDTKE 

Assistant Professor of Finance 
B.A., M.A., Ph.D. State University of Iowa. 

ROBERT LOUIS RIVERS 

Assistant Professor of Business Administration 
A.B. Clark University; M.S. University of Illinois. 

NEWTON YOUNG ROBINSON 

Instructor in Business Administration 
B.S., M.S. Columbia LTniversity. 

ROBERT MILTON ST. CLAIR 

Assistant Professor of Business Administration 
B.S., M.B.A. New York University. 

FRANK ALBERT SINGER 

Assistant Professor of Accounting 
B.S., M.B.A. Indiana University. 

HAROLD WILLIAM SMART 

Associate Professor of Business Law 
LL.B. Boston University; A.B. Amherst College. 

STANLEY VANCE 

Associate Professor of Industrial Administration 
B.A. St. Charles College; M.A., Ph.D. University of 
Pennsylvania. 



210 




DIVISION OF MILITARY 

DIVISION OF AIR 
SCIENCE AND lACIICS 



LT. COLONEL DWIGHT W. PRATT 
Professor of Air Science and Tactics 



Ai 



JOHN P. BARRETT 

Lieutenant Colonel, U.S.A.F. 
islani Professor of Air Science and Tactics 



ALTON B. COLE 
1st Lieutenant, U.S.A.F. 
Assistant Professor of Air Science and Tactics 
B.S. University of Massachusetts; M.F. Yale Uni- 
versity. 

THOMAS ALBERT COOKINGHAM 

Captain, Armor, U.S.A. 
Assistant Professor of ilililary Science and Tactics 
B.S. Cornell University. 

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 Tactivs 
B.A. Mount Union College. 

ROSS ELDON HAMLIN 
Captain, U.S.A.F. 
Assistant Professor of Air Science and Tactics 
B.S. Purdue LTniversity. 

KENNETH ARTHUR PETERS 

Major, Armor, LT.S.A. 
Asnstani Professor of Military Science and Tactics 
A.B. Ripon College. 

ARTHUR FREEMAN POTTLE, JR. 

Captain, Armor, U.S.A. 
Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics 
B.S. Norwich University. 

DWIGHT W. PRATT 

Lieutenant Colonel, LT.S.A.F. 

Professor of Air Science and Tactics and Head of 

Department 
B.S. University of New Hampshire. 



WILLIAM MORRISS SAGE 

Captain, U.S.A.F. 

Assistant Professor of Air Science and Tactics 

A.B. Colorado State College of Education; Ed.M. 

Boston LTniversity. 

VIRGIL FARRAR SHAW 

Colonel, Armor, U.S.A. 
Professor of Military Science and Tactics, Head of 

Department 
B.S. U. S. Military Academy; B.A. University of 
Washington. 

HENRY IRVING TRAGLE 
Major, Armor, U.S.A. 
Assistant Professor of Military Scieru-e and Tactics. 

HAROLD GEORGE WELLS, JR. 

Major, U.S.A.F.R. 
Assistant Professor nf Air Science andTactics 
B.S. LTniversity of Connecticut. 

EDWARD S. ZDROJKOWSKI 
Major, U.S.A.F. 
Assistant Professor of Air Science and Tactics 



COLONEL VIRGIL FARRAR SHAW 
Professor of Military Science 




211 




ui:Lii> s. Mirciii 

MILDRED BRIGGS 

Axsnciate Prnfe.'mor of Home Ecoiiomiis 
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 
Massacliu.sells. 

ALICE DAVEY 

Instructor in Home Economics 

B.S. University of Maryland: M.S. Cornell Univer- 

^'*^' DOROTHY DAVIS 

Assistant Professor of Home Economics 
B.S. Syracuse University; M.A. Columbia Ujiiver- 

^'*^' EDITH COLBl'RN FORBES 

Instri(,-I(ir in Home Economics 

B.S. in Ed. Franiingluini State Teaehers College: 

M.Ed. Bo.ston University. 

SARAH LOITISE IIAWES 

Tnstrvctnr in Home Economics 
B.S. Northern Michigan College of Education; M. 
S. Cornell University. 




SCHOOL OF 
HOME ECONOMICS 



OREANA ALMA MERRIAM 

Assistant Professor of Home Economics 
B.S. University of Vermont; M.S. LIniversity of 
Massachusetts. 

HELEN S. MITCHELL 

Dean of the School of Home Economics 

A.B. Mt. Holyoke College: Ph.D. Yale 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 University. 

MRS. EMILY PERRY THIES 

Instrvctor in Home Economics 
B.S. Michigan State College; M.S. Cornell. 

MRS. MARGARET KOERBER WILHELM 

Assistant Professor of Home Economics 
B.S., M.S. University of Massachusetts. 




212 



DIVISION OF 
PHYSICAL EDUCAIION 




WARREN PIERCE McGUlHK 
Head 



LORIN EARL BALL 

Assistant Professor of Physical Education 
B.S. University of Massiu-imsctts. 
REGIXA BOriX 
Instructor in Phi/sirnI Education for Women 
B.S. Tufts College. 

LAWRENCE ELLIOT BRIGGS 

Associate Professor of Physical Education 

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

FRANCES EVANS CAMP 

Instructor in Physical Education for Women 

B.S. University of Wisconsin; M.S. Wellesley Col- 

ROBERT THOMAS CURRAN 

Assistant Professor of Physical Education. 
B.S. in Bus. Ad. College of the Holy Cross. 
LLEWELLYN LIGHT DERBY 
Associate Professor of Physical Education 
B.S. Springfield College; M.S. University of Massa- 
chusetts. 

CHESTER STEPHEN GLADCHUK 
Assistant Football Coach 
B.S. Ed. Boston College 

MARCIA GRAHAM HIBBARD 

Instructor in Physical Education for Women 

B.S. Russell Sage College; ^NI.S. Syracuse LTniversity. 

Look Dad! Just like T.V. 




ELISABETH VICKERY HUBBARD 

Instrzictor in Physical Education for Women 
B.S. University of Wisconsin; M.A. University of 
Chicago. 

SIDNEY WILLIAM KAUFFMAN 

Professor of Physical Education and Head of Depart- 

B.S., M.Ed. Springfield College. 

STEPHEN H. KOSAKOWSKI 

Instriirlor in Physical Kihicalion 

Stockbridge School, I'niversity of Massachusetts. 

EARL EASTMAN LORDEN 

Professor of Physical Education 

B.S., M.Ed. University of New Hampshire. 

WARREN PIERCE McGUIRK 

Professor of Physical Education and Head of Division 
Ph.B. Boston College; Ed.M. Boston University. 

MELVIN GEORGE MASSUCCO 

Instructor in Physical Education 
B.S. College of the Holy Cross. 

CHARLES CHRISTOPHER O'ROURKE 

Head Coach 
B.S. Boston College. 

ERNEST JAMES RADCLIFFE 

University Physician 
M.B., M.D. University of Toronto. 

BENJAMIN RICCI, JR. 

Assistant Professor of Physical Education 
B.S., M.Ed. Springfield College. 

MAIDA LEONARD RIGGS 

Instructor in Physical Education for Women 
B.S. Ifniversity of Massachusetts. 

JOSEPH RICHARD ROGERS, JR. 

Associate Professor of Physical Education 

STANLEY FRANCIS SALWAK 

Instructor in Physical Education 
B.S., M.S. University of Massachusetts; D.Ed. 
Pennsylvania State College. 

RUTH JANE TOTMAN 

Professor and Director of Physical Education for 

Women 
B.S. New Jersey College for Women; M.Ed. Uni- 
versity of Pittsburgh. 



[213; 




SENIORS 



10 IHE CLASS OF 1954 



The time has come when we 
must bid you Godspeed as your 
names are moved to the roster of 
Ahnnni. For you. the golden un- 
dergraduate days are over. They 
are memoriahzed by this Index 
which was prepared by your chiss- 
mates as a record of the principal 
happenings in your years on the 
campus. For you. individually, 
the book represents much more 
than appears on its pages as it 
recalls those personal items associ- 
ated with events of broad interest. 

Your four years have been 
marked by tremendous growth 
and expansion of the University. 
As you leave the campus there is 
every indication that this develop- 
ment will continue until the Uni- 
versity can take its proper place 
in higher education in the Com- 
monwealth. In this period of 
growth, the University needs the 



active support of everyone inter- 
ested, in order that growth and 
development may continue and in 
order that it may be a sane and 
constructive development. 

The physical appearance of the 
campus will inevitably change with 
the years, but the process is one of 
addition and the present campus 
will remain the heart of the Uni- 
versity. You will always find in 
the greater organization the lesser 
University you have known so in- 
timately and loved so well. 

Let's make it "farewell to Bay 
State, but not goodbye." As you 
go out to see what you can accom- 
plish with what you have learned 
and especially with what you have 
become, you carry with you our 
continued interest. Wherever you 
go and whatever you do you have 
our best wishes — always. 



c:^/^/^^^^iMJic 



216 




Back Row: Marcotte, Pirard, Craig 
Front Row: Hcintz, Powers, Good 
Absent: McMuIlin, Lucier, Coldmi 



ADELPHIA 



Adelphia, the senior men's honor 
society, is composed of nine men 
who have exhibited outstanding 
quahties of leadership. They are 
tapped at Senior Convocation in 
the spring of their junior year, at 
which time ten senior men are also 
recognized for their contributions 
to the University. 

The nine Adelphians began the 
year with many plans for promot- 
ing cooperation and leadership, 
and as the year wore on proved 
again their service to the Univer- 
sity as they brought the plans to 
fruition. Early in the fall they 
were active in the freshman orien- 
tation program. With Isogon they 
sponsored all the rallies, rally 
dances, and the Homecoming 
Float Parade, adding materially 



to the spirit and success of the 
fall sports program. 

Accepting the responsibility for 
Winter Carnival, Adeli^hia was 
responsible for its success this 
year. The Carnival was moved 
forward in the calendar to avoid 
the snowless fiascos of the past, 
and in this case abundant snow 
sculptures proved the merit of the 
idea. Packing all events into one 
whirlwind weekend, climaxed by 
fireworks, resulted in heightened in- 
terest and increased participation. 

Again this year Adelphia and 
Isogon co-sponsored Campus Vari- 
eties. A professional, smoothly -run 
performance of this year's produc- 
tion, Shoivboat, was attended by 
record-breaking numbers and met 
with general acclaim. 



218 



mm 



Since its foundiiiii' in 1940, Iso- 
gon has honored a select gronp of 
senior women who have shown 
leadership, excelled in scholarship, 
and exhibited versatility in col- 
lege life. The members of this 
honorary society are chosen at the 
end of their junior year at a tradi- 
tional tapping ceremony which is 
one of the highlights of the spring 
AYomen's Honors Convocation. 

Isogon's classification as a 
service organization is a modest 
indication of its work. A list of its 
activities is quantitatively im- 
pressive, but it is their qualitative 
execution that has earned Isogon 
its reputation as a dependable pro- 
moter of school spirit and a hard- 



working su])])<)rtcr of all I niver- 
sity projects. 

The freshman orientation pro- 
gram was especially successful this 
year, thanks to a concentrated 
and well-planned "Know Your 
State University" campaign with 
which Adelphia lent a hand. 

Conscious of the metamorphosis 
the University is undergoing, this 
year Isogon took the first step 
toward a change in its own organ- 
ization. Its members conferred 
with representatives of Mortar- 
board, a national senior women's 
honorary society, to consider both 
the possibility and desirability of 
securing a national affiliation. 



Back Row: Woodman. Viale, Allen, Katz 

Front Row: Tattlcbaum, Underhill, Lupien, Holr 

Absent: Motte, Phelps 




*K* 




Back Row: Peterson 
Front Row: Donega, 



, Bartholomew, Jones, MacDonald, Bean 
Tattlebaum, Felton, Bushey, McCarthy 



PHI KAPPA PHI 



Professors 

J. Harry Rich, forestry; Murray Elliot, 
animal husbandry; Sidney Sehoeffler, 
economics. 

Graduate Students 

Arthur I. Aronson, Edward L. Davis, 
Alan Donaldson, J. F. Shea, Willa D. Din- 
woodie, Ruth Holton, Gordon M. Clark. 

Undergraduates 

Sonya Anderson, Irene A. Baginski, 
Barbara Bartholomew, Barbara Bean, 
Donald Bell, INIargot L. Bushey, Wen- 



dalj'n R. Card, Carole J. Cassady, Harry 
E. Childs, Charles J. DeCostanzo, 
George DeMello, Helen Donega, Zelda 
G. Feigenson, Marion Felton, Alice Geor- 
gantas, Arthur D. Groves, Richard Han- 
rahan, Stephanie Holmes, Frances Jones, 
Leonice N. Lawrence, Claire MacDonald, 
Claire L. Magee, Mrs. Elizabeth IMc- 
Carthy, Margaret E. Mulkern, Constance 
Peterson, Howard F. L. Rock, Daniel 
Rosenfield, Frederick F. Selfridge, John 
J. Soltys, Michael Stelluto, Pauline Ste- 
phan, Dorothy C. Swift, Paula Tattle- 
baum, Gilbert P. Waldbauer, Patricia J. 
Wyman. 



SENIOR CLASS 
OFFICERS 





Edward Craig, Jr 
President 




William Rex 
Treasurer 



[221] 




PHYLLIS DIANA ADAMS. Mathematics. 94 Bay State Rd., Methuen. 
Born iu 1933 at Lawrence. Entered from Lawrence High School. 
Acfimties: Math Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Psychology Club 4: Spanish Club '2, 3; 
Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 



SHIRLEY JEANNE ADAMS. Mathematics. 261 High St., Dalton. 
Born in 1933 at Pittsfield. Entered from Dalton High School. Activi- 
ties: Chess Club 3, 4; Math Club 2, 3, 4; Women's Athletic Associa- 
tion 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 3; Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. 



JEANETTE NELSON AKERS. English. 222 South Grove St., Oak 
Park, 111. Born in 1932 at Chicago, 111. Transferred from Southwestern 
College. Activities: Dean's List 3. 



CAROLYN GUSHING ALGER. English. Southwick St., Middleboro. 
Born in 1932 at Middleboro. Entered from Middleboro Memorial 
High School. Activities: Band 1, 2; Women's Athletic Association 
1, 2, 3, 4; Panhellenic Council 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 2, 3, President 4); 
Scrolls 2; House Counselor 3; Campus Chest Committee 2; Inter- 
Greek Ball Committee 3; Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4 (Rush Chairman 2, 3). 



ENRICO EDWARD ALIBERTE. Mechanical Engineering. 53 Forest 
Ave., Everett. Born in 1925 at Everett. Entered from Everett High 
School. Activities: Mechanical Engineering Club 4. 



RUTH ANN ALLAIRE. Entomology. 13 Pleasant St., Onset. Born in 
1932 at Hyannis, Entered from Wareham High School. Activities: 
Chess Club 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 2) ; Fernald Entomological Club 2. 3, 4 
(Secretary 3) ; Outing Club 2, 3, 4 (President 4) ; Square Dance Club 2; 
Dean's List 3; Modern Dance Club 1, 2. 



NANCY JANE ALLEN. Home Economics. 327 Middle St., Braintree. 
Born in 1932 at Quincy. Entered from Braintree High School. Activi- 
ties: Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary-Treasurer 2, 
President 3 ) ; Senate 1 ; Isogon 4 ; Scrolls 2 (President 2) ; Omicron Nu 4 ; 
House Counselor 3 (House Chairman 3); Dean's List 3; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma 1, 2, 3. 4 (Scholarship Committee 2, Membership 
Chairman 4). 



PHYLLIS LUCIENNE ANDERSON. "Phyl". Bacteriology. 10 Glen 
St., Holyoke. Born in 1932 at Holyoke. Entered from Holj-oke High 
School. Actii'ities: Chorus 3, 4; Bacteriology Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chemistry 
Club 1; German Club 3; Women's Athletic Association 3, 4; Newman 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Phi Delta Nu 3, 4. 



WALTER ALFRED ANDERSON. Geology. 39 Marland Rd., Wor- 
cester. Born in 1930 at Worcester. Transfer from Worcester Junior 
College. Activities: Fencing Club 1; Geology Club 1, 2, 3, 4; German 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Football 2, 3; Intramural Softball 2, 3; 
Dean's List 2, 3; Sigma Gamma EpsilonS, 4 (Vice-President 4). 



RICHARD CARL ANDREWS. "Dick". History. W^re Village, 
Spencer. Born in 1932 at Worcester. Entered from Dawd Prouty 
High School. Activities: Edwards Fellowship 2, 3 (President 3); 
Interfraternity Council 2, 3; House Counselor 4; Old Chapel Bells 
2, 3, 4; Delta Sigma Chi 2, 3, 4. 



222 



PIO ANGELINI. Food TcIiiioIokv. Jl-rropsliold IM., Daiivers. Bnrri 
in 1!)3'2 at Ipswich. Enlciod lri)iii Beverly High School. Arlirilicx: 
Food Tcelmologv Clul) 8, +; Xewmaii Chili 1. '2; Cross Coiintry 
1,2,3, 4; Truck i, '2,3, I; Dean's l.isi 1; [.anih(hi Chi .Vlpha 1, 'i, 3, 4 
(Rituahst 4). 

LEONARD ANTILES. Prc-Mcdiciiie. '>1 Mayo St., Springfield. Born 
in 1!)33 at Springfield. Entered from Classical High School. Aciivitiex: 
Collegian '2, 3; Chemistry Club 1, '2; Pre-Medical Clul) 1, '2, 3, 4: 
U. of M. Amateur Radio Association 1, -2; U. of M. Broadcasting 
As.sociation 1, '2: Ilillel Foundation 1, -i, 3, 4; Tau Epsilon Phi 1, '2, 
3, 4 (Chaplain 4): Baseball 1, '2, 3, 4; Bay State Rifles 3; Dean's List 
1, '2, 3, 4; Carnival Ball Committee '2; Carnival Committee; Military 
Ball Committee. 



GERALD ROBERT APPEL. Finance. 10^2 Longwood Ave., Brookline. 
Born in 1!I33 al Boston. Entered from Boston Engli.sh High School. 
Aclirilies: Band I ; Tennis '2, 3, 4 (Assistant Manager i. Manager 3, 4); 
Dean's List '2; Tau Epsilon Phi 1, '2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 4). 

JOYCE ARNOLD. Home Economics. '25 Larkspur St., Springfield. 
Born in 193'2 at Springfield. Entered from Technical High School. 
Activities: Band 4; Operetta Guild 4; Home Economics Club 1, '2, 3, 4; 
Th irler 4; Dean's List 3. 



ROBERT DENIS ARSENAULT. Forestry. -213 Lincoln St., Nen-ton. 
Boru in 193'2 at Newton. Entered from Newton High School. Activities: 
Collegian 1; Roister Doisters 3, 4; Forestry Club 1, '2; U. of M. 
Broadcasting Association 4; Newman Club 1, '2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1; 
Ski Team 3, 4 (Manager 4); Ski Club 1; M.T.R.P. 3, 4 (Chairman 
3, 4); Horticultural Council 3, 4 (Secretary 3); Horticultural Show 
3, 4 (Publicity Chairman); Recreation Conference Committee 4; 
Interclass Plays 3; Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, '2, 3, 4. 

JOAN L. ARTHUR. Animal Husbandry. 16 Constant Ave., Yonkers, 
N. Y. Born in 193'2 at Yonkers. Entered from Charles E. Gorton 
High School. Activities: Roister Doisters 1, '2; Operetta Guild 1, '2; 
Animal Husbandry Club 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 1, '2; 
Drill Team 1, '2, 3; Pre- Veterinary Club 1, '2; Little International Live- 
stock Show 3; Dean's List 3; Flint Oratorical Contest 4; Judging 
Teams 3, 4; Physical Education Equitation Instructor 4; Kappa 
Alpha Theta 2, 3, 4 (Fraternity Educator 3). 



ROBERT LAWRENCE ASH. Zoology. 19 Hancock St., Northampton. 
Born in 1933 at Holyoke. Transfer from Holvoke Jmiior College. 
Activities: Pre-Med Club 3, 4. 

HELEN-LOU ATKINSON. English. Amherst Rd., Smiderland. Born 
in 193'2 at Milford. Entered from Milford High School. Activities: 
Roister Doisters 2; Chorale 3; Operetta Guild 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 
2, 3 ; Campus Varieties 3 ; Journalism Club 3 (Secretary) ; Chi Oaiega 
1, 2, 3, 4. 



GERRY CURTIS AT\yELL. "Skip". 'R'ildlife Management. Nixou 
Rd., Marlboro. Born in 1932 at Framingham. Entered from Fram- 
ingham High School. Activities: Rod and Gun Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Varsitv 
"M" Club 3, 4; Varsity Rifle Team 2, 3; R.O.T.C. Rifle Team 1, 2, 3*; 
Bay State Rifles 3; Rifle Team 1, 2, 3; Dean's List 3. 



WILLIAM MAKEPIECE ATWOOD. Pomology. Tihonet Rd., Ware- 
ham. Born in 1927 at Springfield. Entered from Tabor Academy. 
Activities: Pomology Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 4) ; Dean's List 2, 3, 4. 




[223; 




DONALD G. AUDETTE. Industrial Engineering. 52 Lewis Ave., West 
Springfield. Born in 1930 at Springfield. Entered from West Spring- 
field High School. Activities: Collegian 2, 3, 4; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing Club -t; LT. of M. Broadcasting Association 1, i, 3, 4; Basketball 1; 
American Society of Mechanical Engineers 4; Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 
3, i. 



PHILIP MATHEW AVERSANO. Wildlife Management. R.F.D. 412, 
Foxboro. Born in 1930 at Norwood. Entered from Foxboro High 
School. Activities: Rod and Gun Club 3, 4. 



ANDREW ARNOLD AYERS, .IR. Animal Husbandry. 1704 Main 
St., Athol. Born in 1931 at Uniontown, Pa. Transfer from New York 
State Agriculture and Technical School. Activities: Animal Husbandry 
Club 3, 4; Spring Track 3; Military Ball Committee 3. 



PAUL LAWRENCE AYERS, JR. Business Administration. 25 Glen- 
dell Terr., Springfield. Born in 1931 at St. Paul, Minn. Entered from 
Springfield Classical High School. Activities: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Golf 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4 (Chaplain 3, 4, Pledge 
Trainer 4). 



.VIJI,ENE FA YE BAKR. Medical Technology. 65 Pleasant St., Woburn. 
liiirn in 1033 :it Boston. Entered from Girls' Latin School. Activities: 
llan.ll>()ok 2, 3 (Editor 3); Bacteriology Club 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 
2, 3, 4; Sigma Delta Tau 1, 2, 3, 4 (Recording Secretary 4). 



FRANCIS BACON BAILEY. "Buzz". Electrical Engineering. 59 
Boardman St., Newburyport. ■ Born in 1932 at Brookline. Entered 
from Immaculate Conception High School. Activities: Electrical 
Engineering Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 4); Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Engineering Honor Society 3, 4; American Institute of Electrical 
Engineers 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Military Ball Committee 2, 3. 



MARY-JLIDITH BAIRD. Home Economics. 182 North St., Ludlow. 
Born in 1932 at Ludlow. Entered from Ludlow High School. Activities: 
Chorale 2, 3, 4; Operetta Guild 1, 2, 3, 4; Education Club 4; Home 
Economics Club 2, 3, 4; Student Christian Association 1, 2; Scrolls 2; 
Dean's List 2, 3; Campus Varieties 3; Carnival Committee 1 ; Omicron 
Nu 4; House Counselor 3; Kappa Alpha Theta 1, 2, 3, 4 (Chaplain). 

HELEN JEAN BALDWIN. Home Economics. 39 Talcott Ave., 
West Springfield. Born in 1932 at Springfield. Entered from West 
Springfield High School. Activities: Band 2, 3, 4; Operetta Guild 3, 4; 
Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4; Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Campus Varieties 3; Omicron Nu 4; Marching 
Band 3, 4; Kappa Alpha Theta 1, 2, 3, 4 (Archivist 3, Marshal 4). 




HERBERT RONALD BAMEL. Marketing. 144 Geneva Ave., Dor- 
chester. Born in 1933 at Boston. Entered from Roxbury Memorial 
High School. Activities: Collegian 1, 2 (Assistant Advertising Man- 
ager 2); Business Administration Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Football 1; Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Executive Member at Large 4, 
Athletic Chairman 2, 3, 4). 

JOY'CE BARNARD. Home Economics. 47 Halton St., Medford. Born 
in 1932 at Medford. Entered from Medford High School. Activities: 
Handbook 2; Index 3; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's 
Athletic Association 1, 3; Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Chaplain's Council 3, 4; House Counselor 3; Dean's List 2, 3; Omi- 
cron Nu 3, 4 (President 4); Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Recording Secre- 
tary 4) . 



224] 



DONALD WKSTWOOU HA11K. "Bol.o". Clicniistiy. 37 Asca-lilln IW., 
Woi'C'oslcr. Born in VXi^i iit Won'ostcr. 'J'nin.sl'cr Iroin Worcester 
Junior ('(lleKe. .trlirilics:- Cliemislrv C'lnh 'i, ,'3, !■ (I'rosiilciil H; 
(Jernuin Clnli '.', ;i; I'lii Ka|.|i:i IMii l'; Dean's List 1, '.', :(, !•; lloncjrs 
Work k 



KAM'll KDWAKI) BAUIIOWS. "Wliilie". Ilislory. WlncliesUr IM., 
NorlhMelil. Kniereil Ironi MonnI IIerin:in Seliool. Born in l!)3'j ill 
(Jreenliold. Acllrilics: Kiluc;ilion Clnl. :i. 1; Onling Chili 3; Varsity 
"M" Cluh 4; Men's Sports I, '2; Skiing ;i, 4 (Cii|itain -!■); Dean's List 
1, ;i, 4; Military Ball Committee i: Air Cadet Squadron 1, 2, (Opera- 
tions Otfieer 1, '2); Sigma Plii Epsilon i, 3, i (Historian, Librarian, 
Music Director 4). 



Rl'SSKLL JOHN BARin. 'Hnss" 
11 Page St., Amhersl. Born in lIHd 
from Williams College. Arlintifx: Tliel 



Inilnstrial Administration. 
a I N'ew York City. Transfer 
.Chi 1.-2, 3, 4. 



SHIRLEY ANN BARRY. Home Economics. 4.5 Harrison Ave., 
Greenwood. Born in W32 at Concord. Entered from Wakefield High 
School. Actirilie.^: Education Club 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1, '2, 
3, 4; W^omen's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Christian Asso- 
ciation 1; Dean's List 2, 3, 4. 



R0Ci]-:R JOSEPH BARTELS. Agronomy. 18 W'ilson St., Baldwin, 
N. Y'. Born in 1932 at New Y'ork City. Transfer from State Univer- 
sity of New York. Activities: Agronomy Club 4 (Vice-President); 
Rifle Team 2, 3, 4 (Captain 4) ; Pistol Team 3, 4; Dean's List 2, 3, 4. 



BARBARA JEAN BARTHOLOMEW. History. King St., Norfolk. 
Born in 1932 at Brighton. Entered from Walpole High School. Activi- 
ties: Collegian 3, 4; Index 2, 3; Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 
3, 4 (Volleyball Manager 3); M.T.R.P. 2, 3; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Honors Work 4. 



FRANK DANA BARTLETT, JR. "Dana". Animal Husbandry. 23 
Pond St., Sharon. Boin in 1930 at Norwood. Entered from Sharon 
High School. Activities: Animal Husbandry Club 2, 3, 4; Student 
Christian Association 1; Little International Livestock Show 3; Air 
Cadet Squadron I, 2; Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Chaplain 2). 



MARVIN ARTHUR BASS. Pre-Medical~Psvchologv. 295 Linden St., 
Pittsfield. Born in 1933 at Pittsfield. Entered from Pittsfield High 
School. Activities: Roister Doisters 1, 2; Pre-Medical Club 2, 3, 4; 
P.sychology Club 2, 3, 4; LT. of M. Broadcasting Association 1, 2; 
Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 3, President 4); Lacrosse 2, 3; Tau Epsilon 
Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



ARTHUR ROLAND BATCHELDER. Agronomy. 3 Clinton St., Hav- 
erhill. Born in 1932 at Haverhill. Entered from Haverhill High 
School. Activities: Agronomy Club 4; DeMolay Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chap- 
lain's Council 3, 4; Alpha Gamma Rho 2, 3, 4 (Chaplain 4). 



MARY' E. BATES. Home Economics. .5 Shelton Rd., Quincy. Born in 
1932 at Quincy. Entered from Thayer Academy. Activities: Home 
Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Student Christian Association 1; Campus Varieties 1; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma 3, 4. 





r "y- 



225 




BARBARA LOUISE BAYON. "Barb". English. 45 Pleasant St., 
Holyoke. Born in 1932 at Holyoke. Entered from Holyoke High 
School. Activities: Collegian 2; Education Club 2; Women's Athletic 
Association 2, 3; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Carnival 
Committee 3; Chi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4 (Corresponding Secretary 3, 
Treasurer 4) . 



RICHARD WINSLOW BEALS. "Dick". Wildlife Management. 
67 Weston St., Brockton. Born in 1932 at Brockton. Entered from 
Brockton Higli School. Activities: Rod and Gun Club 2, 3, 4. 



BARBARA ELIZABETH BEAN. "Beanie". Medical Technology. 
(>28 Division Rd., North Dartmouth. Born in 1932 at New Bedford. 
Entered fiom New Bedford High School. Activities: Bacteriology 
Club 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 



KARAKIAN BEDROSIAN. "Kutty". Food Technology. 31 Lawrence 
St., Milford. Born in 1933 at Milford. Entered from Milford High 
School. Activities: Food Technology Club 3, 4 (President 4); Fra- 
ternity-Sorority Council 4; Phi Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4 (Steward 3, 
President 4). 



MADGAR N. BEDROSIAN. History. 31 Lawrence St., Milford. Born 
in 1927 at Milford. Transfer from Union College. Activities: Canter- 
bury Club 3, 4. 



ELAINE GRACE BEIMAN. English. 90 Clapp St., Milton. Born in 
1933 at Maiden. Entered from Milton High School. Activities: Oper- 
etta Guild 3, 4; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; Inter-Class PlayS 2. 



HERBERT ELLIOT BELKIN. "Herb". Psychology. 24 Mermaid Ave., 
Winthrop. Born in 1932 at Boston. Entered from Winthrop Senior 
High School. Activities: Academic Activities Board 3; Collegian 1; 
Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4 (Business Manager 3, Director 4) ; Psychology 
Club 2, 3; Tennis Team 1; Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Military Ball Com- 
mittee 1, 2, 3, 4; Tan Epsilon Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



DONALD McLEAN BELL. Civil Engineering. East Pleasant St., 
Amherst. Born in 1932 at Northampton. Entered from Amherst 
High School. Activities: Civil Engineering Club 2, 3, 4; Varsity 
"M" Club 2, 3, 4; Edwards Fellowship 1; Swimming Team 2, 3, 4; 
Theta Chi 2, 3, 4. 



DONALD WILLIAM BELL. Chemical Engineering. 224 Oak St., 
Indian Orchard. Born in 1933 at Springfield. Entered from Classical 
High School. Activities: Collegian 3; Index 4; Quarterly 3; Chemical 
Engineering Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice President 3, President 4); Phi 
Kappa Phi; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Military Ball Committee 2; Little 
Indian 1 ; Upsilon Mu Epsilon 4; Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4. 



ARTHUR BERGER. "Red". English Literature. 101 Elinor Rd., New- 
ton. Born in 1933 at Everett. Entered from Roxbury Memorial High 
School. Activities: Quarterly 1, 2, 3, 4 (Art Editor 2); International 
Relations Club 2; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2; Savoyards 2; Modern 
Music Club 3, 4 (Vice President); Dean's List 3; Burnham Declama- 
tion 1 ; Poetry Club 3, 4. 



[226] 



LAWUKNCh: HICIU.IX. AcvuiuiliiiK. .'IT l':trk \:tU- Ave, Allsl„ii. Horn 
ill 1931 at Hostoii. KiiU'ivil I'l-oiii Bcisloii iMi^lisli Ilif;h School. Activi- 
lics-: Business Administnitioii Chili ;i, l; Indkx 1; Varsilv "M" Club 
3, 4; Ilillol 1, '2, 3; Fodtliiill 1, -,'. 3, 1; Dean's l,ist 3, !■; tau Kpsilon 
Plii 1, -2, 3, 4. 



f iriSI 



l«S«^ 



••♦• •«., 




BRIAN PAIL BERTRAM). "Beil". I'l.ysics. '2l)(l(i Nortliampton St., 
Ilolyoke. Born in li)'2S at Pawturkel, R. I. Transfer from Amerieaii 
Inlernalidiial College. Actin'lie.s: Xewinan Clnli 3, 4, 



LORETTA MAE BERUBE. Englisli. 9 Kniglit Ave., Easthainpton. 
Born in 1933 at Nortliampton. Entered from St. Mieliacl's Higli 
Scliool. Actiiiitief:: Roister Doisters '■2; Operetta Guild 3, 4; Bacteriolo- 
gy Club 4; German Club 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Carnival Ball 
Committee 1; Phi Delta Nu3, 4 (Social Cliairman 4). 



JOHN GERHARDT BESTGEN, JR. Civil Engineering. Old Wharf 
Rd., Demiisport. Born in 1932 at Quincy. Entered from Yarmouth 
High School. Activities: Civil Engineering Club 2, 3, 4; Phi Sigma 
Kappa '2, 3, 4. 



JOHN JOSEPH BEVILAQUA, JR. French. 154 East St., North Attle- 
boro. Born in 193'2 at Milford. Entered from North Attleboro High 
School. Actirities: French Club 1, '2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 4); Spanish Club 
2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2. 



REGINA VERONICA BIANCHI. "Gina". English. 127 »West' Spruce 
St., Milford. Born in 1933 at Milford. Entered from Milford High 
School. Activities: Chorus 2; Operetta Guild 3, 4; Education Club 
3, 4; German Club 1, 2; Women's Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; New- 
man Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Savoyards 1, 2; M.T.R.P. 3, 4. 



PEARL EVELYN BINDER. :Marketing. 35 William St., Pittsfield. 
Born in 1933 at Pittsfield. Entered from Pittsfield High School. 
Actii'ities: Collegian 1; Handbook 2, 3; Index 4; Business Adminis- 
tration Club 3; Hillel 1, 2; Sigma Delta Tau 1, 2, 3, 4 (House Manager 
4). 



BARBARA RUTH BINSKY. "Binsk". Economics. 21 Olmstead Dr., 
Springfield. Born in 1932 at Springfield. Entered from Classical High 
School. Activities: Collegian 2; Handbook 3; Economics Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4 (Program Chairman 4); German Club 1; Hillel 1, 2; Dean's 
List 1, 2, 3, 4; Honors Work 4; Sigma Delta Tau 1, 2, 3, 4. 



MEREDITH BISSELL. "Meri". English. Kemp St., West Groton. 
Born in 1932 at Northampton. Transfer from Palm Beach Junior 
College. 



JANE ELEANOR BLACKWELL. Sociology. 109 Linden St., Pitts- 
field. Born in 1933 at Pittsfield. Entered from Pittsfield High School. 
Activities: Operetta Guild 2, 3; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4 (Libra- 
lian 4); Panhellenic Council 3, 4; Chaplain's Council 3; Phi Delta 
Nu 1, 2, 3, 4 (Publicitj' Chairman 4). 




[227] 




I! ALMOND FORREST BLACKMER. Physics. 3 Cottage St., West 
Brooklii'ld. Born in 19"20 at Greenwich. Transfer from Worcester 
•Innior College. 



DONALD FRANCIS BLAIS. WildUfe Management. 609 Providence 
St., Natick, R. I. Born in 1928 at Natick, R. I. Entered from LaSalle 
Academy. Activities: Rod and Gun Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 



DAVID EUGENE BLANCHARD. Animal Husbandry. Thompson 
St., Middleboro. Born in 1932 at Bangor, Maine. Entered from Mid- 
dleboro High School. Activities: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Square Dance Club 1, 2, 3; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Honors Work 4; 
.fudging Teams 3; Alpha Gamma Rho 1, 2, 3, 4 (Alumni Secretary 4). 



JOSEPH ARTHUR BOGNI. Chemistry. 5 Wayland St., Dorchester. 
Born in 1933 at Boston. Entered from Boston English High School. 
Activities: Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pre-Medical Club 1, 2, 3, 4 
(Vice President 4); Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Softball 1, 2, 
3; Intramural Football 1, 2, 3; Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Honors Work 4; 
Chemistry Laboratory Instructor 4. 



JOAN MORTON BONNEY. "Jody". English. 268 Lexington St., Au- 
Inirndnle. I?(irn in 1031 at Syracuse, N. Y. Entered from Drew Semin- 
ary. Arllrilicx: Roister Doisters 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 3); Chorus 1; 
Operetta Guilil .'!; Education Club 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 
2, 3; Inter-Class Plays 1, 2, 3, 4 (Director 2); Flint Oratorical Contest 
3; Campus Varieties 2, 3; Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. 



RICHARD EDWARD BONNEY. "Dic^k". Landscape Architecture. 
268 Lexington St., Auburndale. Born in 1929 at Newton. Entered 
from Norwood High School. Activities: Roister Doisters 2, 3, 4 (Pres- 
ident 4); Operetta Guild 2; Landscape Architecture Club 2, 3, 4 
(Vice President 4) ; Dean's List 3; Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4. 



DAVID S. BOVARNICK. "Amos". Economics. 27 Gay St., Newton- 
ville. Born in 1933 at Boston. Entered from Roxbury Memorial High 
School. Activities: Collegian 2 (Assistant Advertising Manager); 
Ilillel 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



EUGENE F. BRAGIEL. Government. 11 Cushman St., Monson. 
Born in 1930 at Chicopee. Entered from Monson Academy. Activities: 
Pre-Medical Club 1, 2; Varsity "M" Club 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 

1, 2; Lambda Chi Alpha; Soccer Frosh 1; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Golf Team 

2, 3, 4 (Manager 3, 4). 



IIKRBERT JOSEPH BRANDT. Electrical Engineering. 166-35 24 
Ave., Flushing, N. Y. Born in 1931 at Astoria, N. Y. Entered tiom 
Bayside High School. Activities: Electrical Engineering Club 2, 3, 4 
(Vice Chairman 3); Joint Engineering Club 3, 4; Student Christian 
.^.ssociation 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 2); American Institute of Electrical 
Kngineers 3, 4; Dean's List 2, 3; WMUA 2; Up.silon Mu Epsilon 3, 4. 



GEORGE O. BRASSELLS. Dairy Industry. 207 Gulf Rd., South 
Dartmouth. Born in 1932 at South Dartmouth. Entered from Dart- 
mouth High School. Activities: Dairy Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Farmers 
of America 1; Dean's List 3; Judging Team 4; Sigma Phi Epsilon 
2, 3, 4. 



228 



VICTOR M.VHTIN BRKENE. Geology. i'Ji) Bay St., Taunton. Born 
in 19'21 at Taunton. Kntereil from M.sgr. James Coyle High School. 
Geology Club 1, i, 3, t; Spani.sli Clul) 1, 'i; Sigma (iaiinna Kp.silon 
3, 4; Faculty Resident t; Dean's l.ist 1, ■.'. 



SAMUEL PAUL BRENNER. Economics. 5G Bellevue St., Newton. 
Born in 19'28 at Boston. Transfer from University of Michigan. Acliel- 
lics: Business .Administration Cluli 4: Golf 3, 4; Dean's List 3, 4. 



ALLAN JOSEPH BRESNICK. Finance. 143 Lucerne St., Dorchester. 
Born in 1933 at Boston. Entered from Boston English High School. 
Acticilici: Collegian 1, '2; Handbook 1, 2; Business Administration 
Club 3, 4; Hillel 1, 2; Military Ball Committee -I; Chief Marshal 4; 
Tau Epsilon Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



PATRICIA MARIE BREWTON. Dietetics. 175 Oak St., Holyokc. 
Born in 1933 at Long Island, N. Y. Transfer from Holyoke Junior 
College. Activities: Roister Doisters 3, 4; Operetta Guild 3; Home 
Economics Club 4; U. of M. Broadcasting Association 3, 4; Newman 
Club 3, 4. 



COLTON HUNT BRIDGES. "Rocky". Wildlife Management. 32 
South St., Grafton. Born in 1932 at Worcester. Enteied from Leno.x 
School. Activities: Rod and Gun Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1, 2, 3; Dean's 
List 1, 2, 3, 4; Horticultural Show 2, 3, 4. 



ROBERT AARON BROOKS, JR. "Brooksie". Business Administra- 
tion. 38 Jasper St., Haverhill. Born in 1934 at Haverhill. Entered 
from Haverhill High School. Activities: Business Administration 
Club 3, 4; DeMolay Club 4. 



JEANNOT LOUISA BROTHERS. "Jo". English. Egremont Plain, 
Great Barrington. Born in 1932 at Great Barrington. Entered from 
Searles High School. Activities: Index 3; Operetta Guild 3, 4; Educa- 
tion Club 4; German Club 2; W'omen's Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; 
Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Little 
Indian 1 ; Soph-o-lore 2; Kappa Alpha Theta 3, 4. 



LILA BROUDE. Home Economics. 181 Harvard St., Brookline. Born 
in 1933 at Brookline. Entered from Brookline High School. Activities: 
Collegian 1, 2, 3, 4 (Copy Editor 2, News Editor 3); Hillel 1; Omicron 
Nu 3, 4 (Vice President 4); Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Varieties 
1, 2; Carnival Committee 3, 4. 



CHARLES ARTHUR BROWN. "Chuck". Electiical Engineering. 
687 Stony Hill Rd., Wilbraham. Born in 1933 at Springfield. Entered 
from Springfield Classical High School. Activities: Electrical Engineer- 
ing Club 2, 3, 4; Landscape Architecture Club 3, 4; U. of M. Broad- 
casting Association 4; American Institute of Electrical Engineers 4; 
Institute of Radio Engineers 4. 



MARGUERITE ANN BROWN. "Peggy". Mathematics. 143 Brad- 
ford St., Pittsfield. Born in 1932 at Pittsfield. Entered from Pittsficld 
High School. Activities: Handbook 2, 3; Index 4; Roister Doisters 2; 
Operetta Guild 1, 2, 3, 4; Education Club 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4; 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2; Chi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4 (Her- 
ald 1). 




: 229 ] 




NATHANIEL K. BROWN. Political Science. 230 Concord Rd., Bed- 
ford. Born in 1932 at Concord. Entered from Concord High School. 
Activities: Geology Club 4; International Relations Club 4; Square 
Dance Club 4; Channing Club 3, 4. 



JANET KATHERINE BROX. "Jan". English. 49 Hillside Ave., Law- 
rence. Born in 1932 at Lawrence. Entered from Lawrence High 
School. Activities: Collegian 3 (Exchange Editor): Roister Doisters 
1, 2; Operetta Guild 1, 2, 3, 4; Education Club 4; Inter-Class Playa 
1, 2; Dean's List 3; Carnival Committee 3; Kappa Alpha Theta 3,4 
(Corresponding Secretary 4) . 



DANTE THOMAS BRUNETTI. "Dan". Pomology. 43-08 25 Ave., 
Long Island, N. Y. Born in 1931 at Long Island. Transfer from 
Long Island Agricultural and Technical Institute. Activities: Poultry 
Science Club 3 (Treasurer). 



JAMES FRANCIS BUCKLEY. "Jim". Finance. 68 Beacon Street, 
Chestnut Hill, Newton. Born in 1932 at Cambridge. Entered from 
Newton High School. Activities: Business Administration Club 3,'4; 
Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Maroon Key 2; Kappa Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. 



(JEORGE STEVEN BUCZALA. Chemical Engineering. West Farms, 
Northampton. Born in 1932 at Holyoke. Entered from Northampton 
High School. Activities: Chess Club 3, 4 (President 4); Cheaiical 
Engineering Club 3, 4; Lutheran Club 2, 3, 4 (President 3, 4); Student 
Christian Association 3, 4; Chaplain's Council 3, 4. 



CLEMENT LEONARD BURLINGAME. English. 16 Vassar St., 
Worcester. Born in 1932 at Worcester. Entered from South High 
School. Activities: Operetta Guild 2; Interfraternity Council 3, 4 
(Jvuliciary); Maroon Key 2; Drill Team 3, 4 (Drill Master); Ski Club 
1; WMl'A 2; Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Corresponding Secretary 2; Ex- 
ecutive Committee 3, 4). 



PHILIP JOHN BURNE. "Phil". Industrial Engineering. 208 Main 
St., West Chelmsford. Born in 1932 at Lawrence. Entered from 
Chelmsford High School. Activities: Band 1; Dance Band 1; Electrical 
Engineering Club 1; Student Christian Association 1; Maroon Key 2; 
.\merican Society of Mechanical Engineers 4; Campus Varieties 1; 
Campus Chest Committee 2; Carnival Committee 2, 3; Military Ball 
Committee 4; Kappa Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. 



CHARLES JOSEPH BURNS, JR. "Charlie". Industrial Administra- 
tion. 27 Alderman St., Holyoke. Born in 1932 at Holyoke. Entered 
from Holyoke High School. Activities: Bacteriology Club; Civil 
Engineering Club 2; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Sigma Kappa 
1,2,3,4 (Secretary 3, 4). 



RUTH EVELYN BURNS. "Ruthie". Romance Languages. 18 Emer- 
son St., Belmont. Born in 1932 at Cambridge. Entered from Belmont 
High School. Activities: Operetta Guild 3, 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; 
Spanish Club 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 3, 4: Newman 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; House Counselor 4; Class Treasurer 3; Pi Beta Phi 
1, 2, 3, 4. 



ANN-MARIE BURRELL. Home Economics. 41 Washington St., 
Medford. Born in 1932 at Medford. Entered from Medford High 
School. Activities: Index 2, 3, 4; University Concert Association 2; 
Education Club 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's 
Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 1, 2, 
3, 4; Chi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4. 



230 



Ar.VIUiOT I.OIS lUSIIKY. Mcdicil T.chiK.h.tiv. Horn in ID.H at 
Pliilailclpl.iii, V.I. KnUTcd IVoiii Spriiiglicld Classical High School. 
.IrttnV/c.v.- OpiTclta (iiiihl :!, k BaclcrioloKV Clnl) '2, ;i, i; Dean's List 
1, -2, ;t, !■; Kappa Alpha Tlicia 1. ■-', 3. l ( Kcconlirif! Secretary 4). 



RICHARD WKXDELL Bl TLKR. "Dick'. Mechanical Kngineering. 
14(i School St., Whitman. Bom in l!i;).i al Brockton. Knlered from 
Whitman High School. Artivitie.s-: Mechanical Knginccring Clnli 1, -i, 
3, i (Chairman 4); Baseball 1; American Society ot Mechanical 
Engineers 1, 2, 3, 4 (Chairman 4); Society of Automotive Engineers 
4; Dean's List 2, 3; Mother's Week-end Committee 1. 



ELIZABETH ANN CAFFERY. "Betty". Home Economics. 1-24 
Fulirman Ave., Ramsey, N. J. Born in 1932 at Bellefonte, Pennsyl- 
vania. Entered from Ramsey High School. Actim'ties: Home Econom- 
ies Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 3; Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. 



DOUGLAS C.\LVIN CALL. "Doug". History. Colraiu. Born in 1930 
at Celrain. Entered from Mount Hermon School. Activities: Chemis- 
try Club 2, 3; Football 1; Phi Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4 (House Man- 
ager 4). 



CONSTANCE CAMPBELL. History. Lyman School, Westboro, 
Born in 1933 at Marlboro. Entered from Westboro High School. 
Activities: Orchestra 1; Chorale 4; W^omen's Athletic Association 
1, 2, 4; Canterbury Club 4; Dean's List 2; Kappa Kappa Gamma 
1, 2, 3, 4. 



EDMOND CHARLES CAMPBELL, JR. "Buster". German. 221 
North St., North Adams. Born in 1932 at Pawtucket, Rhode Island. 
Entered from Drury High School. Activities: German Club 2, 3, 4; 
Varsity "M" Club 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Swimming 
1, 2, 3, 4 (Captain 4); Dean's List 1, 2; Theta Chi 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 4). 



LEONARD SARGENT CAMPBELL. Landscape Architecture. 
R.F.D. No. 2, Ware. Born in 1931 at Ware. Entered from Ware High 
School. Activities: Collegian 3; Index 1, 3; Landscape Architecture 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Publicity Chairman 4); Wesley Foundation 1; Inter- 
fraternity Council 3, 4; Dean's List 3; Phi Mu Delta 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice 
President 2, President 3, Steward 4). 



JANICE EATON CAREY. "Jan". Psychology. 171 North Elm St., 
Northampton. Born in 1932 at Northampton. Entered from Holyoke 
High School. Activities: Operetta Guild 4; Psychology Club 3, 4 
(Secretary 4); Women's Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; Student Chris- 
tian Association 2; Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Honors Work 4; Education 
Club 3, 4. 



RAELENE SYLVIA CAREY. "Rae". French. 208 Montague Rd., 
North Amherst. Born in 1932 at Northampton. Entered from Amherst 
High School. Activities: Operetta Guild 4; Chorus 1, 2; Education 
Club 4; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; W^omen's Ath- 
letic Association 1, 9, 3, 4; Edwards Fellowship 1; Student Christian 
Association 1; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Kappa Gamma 1, 2, 3, 4. 



RICHARD DAVID CARIGNAN. "Rick". Civil Engineering. 386 
LTnion St., New Bedford. Born in 1932 at Northampton. Entered 
from New Bedford High School. Activities: Civil Engineering 2, 3, 4; 
Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Military Ball Committee 2; QTV 1, 2, 3, 4. 




A ii 




[231 




THOMAS HUGO CARLSON. Animal Husbandry. Whitney St., 
Northboro. Born in 1932 at Worcester. Entered from Northboro 
High Scliool. Activities: Animal Husbandry Club 2, 3, 4; Little Inter- 
national Livestock Show 3; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Military Ball Com- 
mittee 4. 



WILLIAM AUGUSTINE CARROLL. Business Administration. 22 
Orkru-y Ril., Brookline. Born in 1932 at Quincy. Entered from North 
Quincy High School. Activities: Index 4; Operetta Guild 4; Business 
.Administration Club 3; Newman Club 1, 2; Men's Judiciary 2; 
Carnival Committee 3, 4; Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4 (Social Chair- 
man 3). 



ANN MARGARET CAVANAGH. "Cav". German. 44 Buck St., Pitts- 
field. Born in 1932 at Waterbury, Conn. Entered from Pittsfield 
High School. Activities: Roister Doisters 2, 3; Operetta Guild 2, 3, 4; 
French Club 3, 4; German Club 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Chi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4. 



ANTHONY GILMORE CHAMBERS. "Tony". Dairy Industry. 
1760 West St., Mansfield. Born iii 192!) at Needliam. Entered from 
Marianapolis Preparatorv ScIkioI. Actirities: Dairy Club 1, 2, 3, 4 
(President 3, 4); Varsity' "M" Club 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; 
Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Little .\11 American 3; All New England 3, 4; 
.\I1 Yankee Conference 3; Sigma .Mpha Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4. 



(il.ADYS ANN CHANDLER. Elementary Education. Rockland 
Heights, Northampton. Born in 1933 at Northampton. Entered from 
Northampton High School. Activities: Chorus 1, 2; Operetta Guild 
3, 4 (Executive Secretary 4) ; Campus Varieties 3. 



DAVID THOMAS CHAPLA. Government. 901 Front St., Chicopee 
Falls. Born in 1932 at Chicopee. Entered from Chicopee High School. 
Activities: International Relations Club 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Political Club 3; Dean's List 4; Carnival Ball Committee 3, 4; Mili- 
tary Ball Committee 2; Inter-Greek Ball Committee 2; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4 (Social Chairman 2, Vice President 4). 



ANNE CHAPMAN. Sociology. Vineyard Haven. Born in 1932 at 
Vineyard Haven. Entered from Tisbury High School. Activities: 
Education Club 4; Sociology Club 2, 3, 4; Canterbury Club 1; M.T. 
R.P. 3, 4. 



DONALD JOHN CHEATER. Bacteriology. 7 Brown's Ave., Lynn. 
Born in 1932 at Lynn. Entered from Lynn Classical High School. 
Activities: Bacteriology Club 3, 4; Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Student 
Christian Association 1, 2; Chaplain's Council 2, 3. 



HARRY CHILDS. Business Administration. 20,1-^ Washington PL, 
Northampton. Born in 1932 at Northampton. Entered from Williston 
Academy. Activities: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 4. 



JONATHAN CHUA. "Jon". Chemistry. 1025 Vergara St., Manila, 
Philippines. Born in 1934 at Amoy, China. Transfer from Colegio de 
San Juan de Letran. Activities: Chemistry Club 2, 3, 4; Pre-Medical 
Club 2, 3, 4; Edwards Fellowship 2, 3, 4. 



I 



MARIE CLANCEY. Rsycliol.iKV. (ill AI.Koll St., SpriiiKlirld. I!„ni in 
1983 nt Springfield. Entered Iron. S|)nnnlield ChissieMl IIIkIi ScIkj.iI. 
Activities: Band 1, '2 (Seerclary ','); OrcliesliM I; liilernnlion:d Rela- 
tions Club '2; Psveholofjv Clnli '-', 3, \ ( Aelivilies Coinniillee a); So- 
ciology Club 3: Newman Cluli 1. 'i, 3, I; Mi-igadiuui 1 ; Dean's I,ist 3. 

MARY RKKXADETTF. CLARK. Kreneli. K(i Ann, St.. Lawrence. Horn 
in 1!)33 at LawrcTiee. Entered I'nini Lawrence Iligli Scliool. Acfiritics: 
Education Club 3, 4; Frencli Club L 2, 3, 4; Spani.sli Club 3, i; 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, t; La Mai.fon Erani.-ai.se 3, -t (Treasurer 3, 
President i). 



NANCY ANNE CLARK. "Nan". Merchandising. 7 At wood Rd., Wor- 
cester. Born in 193'2 at Worcester. Entered from North High School. 
Activities: Operetta Guild 3, 4; Business Administration 4; Educa- 
tion Club 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1, •i, 3, 4; Women's Athletic 
Association '2, 3, 4; Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; House 
Counselor 4; Dean's List '2, 3, 4; Kappa Alpha Theta 3, 4. 



THOMAS ANTHONY COCCO. "Tom". Business Administration. 3.5 
River St., Maynard. Born in 193'2 at Maynard. Entered from Maynard 
High School. Activities: Business Administration 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 
4); Newman Club 1, '2, 3, 4: Maroon Key 'i (Vice President); Carnival 
Committee 3; World Student Fund Committee 3; Phi Sigma Kappa 
1, '2, 3, 4. 



HAROLD LOUIS COGAN. "Hal". Chemistry. 24 Hillside St., Fram- 
ingham. Born in 1931 at Framingham. Entered from Beverly High 
School. Activities: Chemistry Club 1, '2, 3, 4 (Program Chairman 4); 
Hillel 1, '2, 3, 4; Dean's List 1, -2, 3. 



ROBERT BRUCE COLLAGAN. "Bob". Geology. 30 Glover Ave., 
North Quincy. Born in 1933 at Quincy. Entered from North Quincy 
High School. Activities: Geology Club 1, 3, 4; Math Clubl, 2; U. of M. 
Broadcasting Association 2: Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Maroon Key 2; Football 1; Basketball 1; Dean's List 2, 3; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4 (Pledge Chairman 3, Social Chairman 3, 
Alumni Secretary 4). 



EDWARD EDMUND COXCEISON. "Ed". Business Administration- 
Marketing. 25 Mechanic St., North Easton. Born in 1932 at North 
Easton. Entered from Oliver Ames High School. Activities: Business 
Administration Club 4; Varsity "M" Club 2, 3, 4; Maroon Key 2; 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; House Counselor 3; Phi Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. 



FRANCES MARY CONROY. "Fran". History. Great Barrington, 
Entered from Searles High School. Born in 1932 at New York, N. Y. 
Activities: Index 4; Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 4; Newman 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's .Judiciary 4; House Counselor 3; Class 
Officer 1, 2 (Treasurer); Carnival Ball Committee 3; Carnival Com- 
mittee 3; Mother's Weekend Committee 1; Soph-Senior Hop Com- 
mittee 2; Chi Omega 2, 3, 4 (Pledge Trainer 3, President 4). 



CHARLES EDWARD COOK. Dairy. 86 Victoria Rd., Bridgewater, 
Nova Scotia. Born in 1931 at Bridgewater. Transfer from Nova 
Scotia Agricultiu'al College. Activities: Dairy Club 3, 4. Dairy Judging 
Team 4. 



A. CLAYTON COPELAND. "Clayt". Industrial Administration. 
67 Pine St., Leicester. Born at Worcester. Entered from Leicester 
High School. Activities: Outing Club 1; Carnival Ball Committee 
2, 3; Military Ball Committee 2, 3, 4; Co-editor Freshman news- 
paper 1; Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4. 




233] 




MARTIN FRANCIS CORCORAN. "Marty". Industrial Adminis- 
tration, ■i Woodward Park St., Dorchester. Born in 1930 at Boston. 
Entered from Boston Technical High School. Activities: Phi-Ed Club 
1, 2; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, i; Football 1, 3; Kappa Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4 
(Stewards, 4). 



DONALD RAYMOND CORMIER. Electrical Engineering. 63 Wil- 
lard Ave., SjiringlicM. Born in 1928 at Springfield. Entered from 
Technical High School. Arlipilie.i: Electrical Engineering Club 4; 
Dean's List 1, 2. 



HUGH ARTHUR CORR, JR. Civil Engineering. 12 Cedar Ave., 
West Springfield. Born in 1931 at Springfield. Entered from West 
Springfield High School. Activities: Civil Engineering Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. 



PHILIP DANIEL COSTELLO. Physical Education. 44 Edwards Rd., 
W'atertown. Born in 1925 at Watertown. Entered from Cambridge 
Academy Preparatory. Actirities: Education Club 3, 4; Phi-Ed Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity "M" Club 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 
1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2. 



RICHARD JOHN COSTELLO. "Dick". Geology. 29 Pembroke 
St., Springfield. Entered from Springfield Technical High School. 
Born in 1933 at Springfield. Activities: Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3; 
German Club 3, 4 (Secretary 4); Square Dance Club 4; Newman 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 3, 4; Men's Glee Club 1; Phi Mu Delta 
1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 4). 



EDWARD CRAIG, JR. "Ed". Poultry Husbandry. School St., Tilton, 
N. H, Born in 1929 at Boston. Entered from Hanover High School. 
Activities: Animal Husbandry Club 2, 3; Poultry Science Club 4; 
Interfraternity Council 2, 3 (President 3); House Counselor 3; 
Cla,ss President 4; Judging Teams 3; Carnival Committee 2, 4; Inter- 
Greek Ball Committee 2, 3 (Chairman 2); Blood Drive 2, 4 (Chairman); 
Adelphia 4; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 3). 



JANE ANN CREPEAU. "Janey". Government. 350 Chapman St., 
Greenfield. Born in 1932 at Greenfield. Entered from Greenfield High 
School. Activities: Operetta Guild 3, 4; International Relations Club 4; 
WMl'A 4: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 4; Carnival Ball 
Committee 4; Senior Banquet Committee 4: Kappa Alpha Theta 3, 4. 



MARY CATHERINE CRONIN. Sociology. Strawbeiry Hill St., 
Dover. Born in 1933 at Natick. Transfer from Emmanuel College. 
Activities: International Relations Club 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: New- 
man Club 3, 4; Dean's List 3; Graduation Program Committee 4. 



GEORGE CLARENCE CROOKS. Business Administration, Market- 
ing. Sturbridge Rd., Brookfield. Born in 1931 at Worcester. Entered 
from Brookfield High School. Activities: Business Administration 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; DeMolay Club 1, 2; Student Christian Association 
1, 2, 3, 4. 



JOAN MERRY JEFFREY'S CROOKS. Home Economics. 2 Maple 
St., Brookfield. Born in 1932 at Augusta, Maine. Entered from Brook- 
field Higli School. Activities: Education Club 3, 4; Home Economics 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 2, 3. 



i 



[234] 



SniRI,KV MAK CROOKS. "Shiil". Home Kcoiioiiiics. Lake St., 
Holliii^'hinii. Born in l!).'i'2 :il RclliriRliain. Kntorcd from Bcllingham 
lligli Sclidol. Arlii'ilic.i: Iloiiie KcDMoinics C'lul) 4, 3, 4; Education 
Clul) 4; .lud.soii Fellow.sldp 1, ->, S. i (President 4); SUidenl Christian 
A.ssdciatiori 1, "i, 3, i: Cliaplaiii'.s Council '.i, 4; Kai)pa Kappa Gamma 
3,4. 

NATALIE ANN CROWELL. "Lee". Landscape Arcldtocture. 78 
(;rccii\\(]od St., Marlboro. Horn in 193'2 at Boston. Entered from 
Marllx.ro High Scluiol. Aclirltlrs: Camera Club 2, 3 (Secretary- 
Treasurer -,'1; Landscape .\icliitecture Club 3, 4 (Social Chairman 4); 
Women's Athletic Association 2, 3; Newman Club 1; Savoyards 2; 
Dean's List 1, 3; Honors Work 4; Phi Delta Nu 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 
2,3). 

WILLIAM HUME CROWELL. "Bill". Olericulture. Jesuit Ave., 
East Dennis. Born in 1929 at East Dennis. Transfer from Stock- 
bridge School of Agriculture. Activities: Animal Husbandry Club 2; 
Floriculture Club 1, 2, 3; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 2); Oleri- 
culture Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Outing Club 1, 2, 3; Square Dance Club 1, 3; 
Student Christian Association 1; Judging Team 4; Carnival Com- 
mittee 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Gamma Rho 2, 3, 4. 

ROBERT GEORGE CURRAN. "Bob". Civil Engineering. 136 Cres- 
cent St., Northampton. Born in 1932 at Northampton. Entered from 
Northampton High School. Activities: Civil Engineering Club 2, 3, 4; 
Newman Club 4; Military Ball Committee 4; American Society of 
Civil Engineers 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Upsilon Mu Epsilon 4. 



PATRICIA ELIZABETH DAIGNAULT. "Pat". Chemistry. 977 
North St., Pittsfield. Born in 1932 at Pittsfield. Entered from Pitts- 
field High School. Aclii'itie)!: Index 4; University Concert Association 
2, 3; Operetta Guild 3, 4; Chemistry Club 3, 4; Women's Athletic 
Association 2, 3, 4; Education Club 3, 4: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chi 
Omega 1, 2, 3, 4. 

DONALD ALAN DALRYMPLE. "Don". Animal Husbandry. 16 Pine 
Ridge Rd., Arlington. Born in 1932 at Cambridge. Entered from 
Arlington High School. Aclii'ities: Chorale 2; Operetta Guild 2, 3, 4; 
Statesmen 3, 4 (Manager); Little International Livestock Show 3; 
Soph-Senior Hop Committee 4; Kappa Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4 (Social Chair- 
man 3). 



FRANCIS JOSEPH DALY. "Frank". Industrial Administration. 
19 Massasoit PI., Springfield. Born in 1932 at Springfield. Entered 
from Cathedral High School. Activities: Business Administration 
Club''2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Lambda Chi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4 
(Rushing Chairman 2, 3, Social Chairman 2, 3). 



JANE CLARE DAVENPORT. "Dav". Home Economics. 31 Maple 
Street, Shelburne Falls. Born in 1931 at Greenfield. Transfer from 
Russell Sage College. Activities: Roister Doisters 3, 4; Operetta 
Guild 3, 4; Home Economics Club 4; Women's Athletic Association 3; 
Student Christian Association 3, 4. 



PHYLLIS DAVENPORT. "Phyl". English. 366 North Pleasant St., 
Amherst. Born in 1933 at Westfield. Transfer from Miami LTniver- 
sity. Activities: Canterbury Club 3, 4; Dean's List 3. 



RUTH SARAH DAVENPORT. Foods. 105 Mechanic St., Shelburne. 
Born in 1933 at Greenfield. Entered from Arms Academy. Activities: 
Handbook 2; Operetta Guild 3, 4; Home Economics Club 3, 4; Span- 
ish Club 1, 2; Student Christian Association 3, 4; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; 
Dean's List 1,3. 





235] 




FRANK EDMUND DAVIS, JR. "Danic". Accounting. 20 East Quin- 
nobequin Rd., Waban. Born in 1932 at Boston. Entered from New- 
ton High School. Activities: Business Administration Club 1; Outing 
Club 1; Varsity "M" Club 3, i; Wesley Foundation 1, 2; Soccer 2, 3 
(Manager) ; Dean's List 1, 3. 

JOHN FRANCIS DAVIS. "Jock". English. 168 Granite Ave., Milton. 
Born in 1932 at Dorchester. Entered from Mission Church High 
School. Activities: Collegian 1; Roister Doisters 4; Operetta Guild 
3, 4 (Publicity Chairman 3, 4); Business Administration Club 3; 
Military Ball Committee 3; Co-Editor of "Little Indian" 1; Theta 
Chi 1, 2, 3, 4. 

MILFORD E. DAVIS. "Tex". Animal Husbandry. 1790 Form Inc. 
R.F.D., Hudson. Born in 1931 at Lake Placid, New York. Entered 
from Hudson High School. Activities: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2, 
3, 4 (Secretary 3, President 4) ; Square Dance Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 
3); Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Interfraternity Council 
3, 4; Little International Livestock Show 3, 4 (Premier Showman 3, 
Assistant Manager 3, Manager 4); Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Judging 
Teams 4: Alpha Gamma Rho 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 4; Pledge 
Master 4). 



RICHARD ALAN DAVIS. "Dick". Economics. Elm St., Franklin. 
Born in 1933 at Milford. Entered from Franklin High School. Activi- 
ties: Fencing Club 1; Pre-Medical Club 1; Hillel Foundation 1, 2, 
3, 4; Swimming 1; Baseball Manager 2; Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



STEPHEN DAVIS. "Steve". Psychology. 1185 Park Ave., N. Y. Born 
in 1932 at New York. Entered from Fieldston High School. Activities: 
Psychology Club 3, 4: Football 1; Baseball 2; Basketball 1; Dean's 
List 1, 2, 3, 4; Tau Epsilon Phi 3, 4. 



ROBERT HOWARD DEANS. Economics. 124 Armandine St.,'Dor- 
chester. Born in 1931 at Boston. Entered from Worcester Academy. 
Activities: Economics Club 4; U. of M. Broadcasting Association 
1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity "M" Club 3, 4; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1; American 
Legion Bar Committee 3, 4; Q.T.V. 1, 2, 3, 4 (Corresponding Secre- 
tary 3). 



ERMA E. DEBOER. English. Born in 1903 at Paterson, New Jersey. 
Entered from Clifton High School. Activities: Roister Doisters 2; 
Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 



PAUL A. DECELLE. Forestry. Dugan Rd., W'are. Born in 1931 at 
W'are. Entered from Tilton Preparatory School. Activities: Forestry 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2; Football 1, 2; Kappa Sigma 3, 4. 



ROBERT WARREN DELAND. "Bob". Mathematics. Born in 1932 
at Ware. Entered from Palmer High School. Activities: Math Club 
3, 4 (Vice-President 4); Dean's List 2, 3. 



GEORGE DEMELLO. French. 181 Ashley Blvd., New Bedford. Born 
in 1933 at New Bedford. Entered from New Bedford High School. 
Activities: French Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 4); Spanish Club 
2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Honors Work 4. 



[236 



HOWARD ARNOLD DENNIS. "Mc-cu-. I'I,.HcuIIiir-. 71 Micldlcsox 
Ave., Swainp.srott. Born in 193'i at J>ynii. Knli-rcd from WillLston 
Academy. Aclirlllfs: I''loii(ulture Club 1, i, S, 4; International Re- 
lations Clul) t; Kootliall 1; Chaplain's Council i, 3; Dean's List 3; 
Military Ball Conniiiltcc I, -2; Q.T.V. 1, i, 3, i. 



LOIS AI. DKWIS. 71 Middlesex Ave, Swainpscotl. Born in 1932 at 
tainl.ridi;c. Kiilcrcd Iroin Belmont IMkIi S.'liool. .lc//n/i>.v.- Operetta 
Cuild I; Kloricnllnre Cluli 4: International Helations Club 3, 4; So- 
ciology Club 4; Women's .\tliletic Association 1, i, 3, 4; Sigma Kappa 
1,2, si 4. 



RICHARD JOHN DESANDO. "Dick". Chemistry. Born in 1932 at 
Haverhill. Entered from Haverhill High School. Actmties: Chemistry 
Club 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 1. 



JAMES JOSEPH DEVANEY. "Jim". History. 552 Mill St., Worcester. 
Born in 1931 at Ware. Entered from Worcester Classical High School. 
Activities: Collegian 3, 4 (Managing Editor 3, Executive Editor 4); 
Roister Doisters 1; Operetta Guild 2; Newman Club 1; Rifle Team 
2, 3, 4 (Manager 2, 3); Campus Varieties 1, 3; Campus Chest Com- 
mittee 3 (Chairman); WMLTA 2; Committee on Constitutional Re- 
vision 4; Academic Activities Medal 3; Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4. 



SUSAN MARIE DEWAR. "Sue". Home Economics. Born in 1932 
at Hopedale. Entered from Hopedale High School. Activities: Home 
Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 4); Women's Athletic 
Association 1, 2, 3, 4 (Executive Board 3, 4); Student Christian 
Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Chaplain's Council 3; House Counselor 3; 
Mother's Week-end Committee 1; Vocational Committee 3; Pi Beta 
Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



JOHN JOSEPH DILLON. "Bud". Sociology. 71 Waldo St., Holyoke. 
Born in 1932 at Holyoke. Entered from Holyoke High School. Activi- 
ties: Band 1; Sociology Club 2, 3, 4; Varsity "M" Club 3, 4; Newman 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 3); Senate 2; Athletics Board 2; Football 
2, 3, 4 (Manager 4); House Counselor 4; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 2, 3, 4. 



ANTHONY JOSEPH DINARDO. "Tony". Chemistry. 15 Summer 
St., Milford. Born in 1933 at Milford. Entered from Milford High 
School. Activities: Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 
3, 4 (Treasurer 4). 



HELEN MARGARET DONEGA. Chemistry. Born in 1932 at North 
Adams. Entered from Drury High School. Activities: Chemistry Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; M.T.R.P. 3, 4 (Activities Com- 
mittee 4); Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Honors Work 4. 



FRANCIS VINCENT DONOVAN, JR. Geology. 23 Elgin St., West 
Roxbury. Born in 1930 at Boston. Transfer from Boston LTniversity. 
Activities: Adelphia 4; Sigma Gamma Epsilon 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; Spring Dav Committee 3; University Radio-TV Planning Com- 
mittee 4; Geology Club 3, 4; WMUA 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 
Committee 2, 3). 

LOUISE KATHRYN DONOVAN. Home Economics. Born in 1933 at 
Lawrence. Entered from Lawrence High School. Activities: Index 
2, 3, 4; Education Club 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Wo- 
men's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Drill 
Team 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 3; Soph-Senior Hop Committee 2; Chi 
1 1, 2, 3, 4. 




[237] 




ClIARr.F.S W. DORT. "Chucker". Forestry. 2 Magnolia Ave., 
M.i;;iinlia. Born in 1929 at Ipswich. Entered from Ipswich High 
Schocil. Actii-ities: Forestry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Rod and Gun Club 2; Pre- 
Veterinary Club 1, 2, 3; Dean's List 3; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4. 



RONALD JOHN DRAGO. "Ron". Chemistry. Born in 1931 at 
Turners Falls. Entered from Tiu'ners Falls High School. 



NANCY RUTH DREXEL. English. 106 West St., Easthampton. Born 
in 1933 at Northampton. Transfer from Bates College. Activities: Rois- 
ter Doisters 3; Operetta Guild 3, 4; German Club 4; Women's Ath- 
letic Association 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 2, 3; Sophomore Newspaper 2; 
Pi Beta Phi 2, 3, 4. 



CLAIRE PHYLLIS DUCHARME. Medical Technology. Born in 
1933 at Irvington, New Jersey. Transfer from Holyoke Junior Col- 
lege. Activities: Operetta Guild 3; Bacteriology Club 3, 4; Newman 
Club 3, 4; Dean's List 3; Campus Varieties 3. 



WILLIAM EUGENE DUDEK. "Dude". Geology. Born in 1932 at 
Webster. Entered from Mary E. Wells School. Activities: Geology 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Phi Epsilon 2, 3, 4 (Athletic Chairman 3, 4). 



ARTHUR E. DUDEVOIR, JR. "Dude". Mechanical Engineering. 
.553 Caggeshall St., New Bedford. Born in 1932 at New Bedford. En- 
tered from New Bedford High School. Activities: Band 1; Dance 
Band 2, 3; Mechanical Engineering Club 4; Baseball 1; Football 1; 
American Society of Mechanical Engineers 4; Society of Automotive 
Engineers 4; Campus Varieties 3; Campus Chest Committee 3; Mili- 
tary Ball Committee 1; QTV 1, 2. 



I.KO JOSEPH DUGAS. Business Administration. Born in 1928 at 
Athol. Entered from Athol High School. Activities: Business Adminis- 
tration Club 4; Dean's List 3. 



WILLIAM GLENDEN DUNN, JR. "Bill ". English. Born in 1927 at 
Quincv. Transfer from Fort Devens Extension. Activities: Dean's 
List 3' 



GLENN ROSS DUNPHY. "Pete". Food Technology. Born in 1932 at 
Holyoke. Entered from South Hadley High School. Activities: Food 
Technology Club 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Lambda Chi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



FRANCIS ANTHONY DUVERNOIS. "Fran". Chemistry. Born in 
1932 at Pittsfield. Entered from Dalton High School. Activities: Band 
1, 2; Chemistry Club 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Interfraternity 
Judiciary 4; Intramural Football and Basketball 3, 4; Sigma Phi 
Epsilon 2, 3, 4. 



238 



FI{l'",l)i:i!I('K .1, DZI.VI.C). Civil Kiisiiu-c-iiiig. 37 Jackson St., Cliicopcc 
Falls. I?(irri ill 1IW1 at ('lii(o|H-i- Rill.s. Kiitcrcd from Cliicopee High 
Scluiol. Aclii'ilics: Civil KiigiiiciTiiig Club ii, i. 



ANNETTE MARIE EARLY. English. Born in l'J3'2 at Holyoke. 
Entered from Holyoke High Scl I. Activities: Handbook 2, 3; Op- 
eretta Guild 9, 3, i; Education Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 2; Women's 
Athletic Association '2, 3, i: Newman Club 1, 9, 3, 4; Dean's List 9, 3. 



FAITH EGLEY. Medical Technology. 41 Day St., West SpringBeld. 
Born in 1933 at Hartford, Connecticut. Entered from West Spring- 
field High School. Activities: German Clul) 1; Dean's List 1. 



LOUISE ROBERTA ELLIOT. Bacteriology. "Bobby". Washington 
Mountain Rd., Washington. Born in 1939 at East Stroudsburg, Pa. 
Entered from Pittsfield High School. Activities: Index 3, 4; Roister 
Doisters 1, 9, 3, 4 tSecretary 3, 4); Operetta Guild 1, 9, 3, 4; Bacteri- 
ology Club 4: Women's Athletic Association 9, 3; Dean's List 1, 9, 3, 4; 
Honors Work 4; WMUA 3, 4. 



SUSAN HARRIET ELLIOTT. "Suzy". Home Economics. 1016 No. 
Country Club Dr., Schenectady, New York. Born in 1939 at Cleve- 
land, Ohio. Entered from Nott Terrace High School. Activities: Index 
3,54; Roister Doisters 1, 9; Operetta Guild 1, 9, 3, 4; Home Economics 
Club 9, 3; Women's Athletic Association 1; Drill Team 9, 3, 4; 
Campus Varieties 3; Pi Beta Phi 1, 9, 3, 4. 



ANN CLAIRE ENGLISH. Psychology. 148 Marlborough St., Boston. 
Born in 1939 at Plymouth. Entered from Plymouth High School. 
Activities: Chi Omega 3, 4; Women's x\thletic Association 3, 4; 
Quarterly 9, 4. 

RANDOLPH W. ENGLUNTD. "Randy". Electrical Engineering. 460 
AVest Boylston St., Worcester. Born in 1997 at Worcester. Transfer 
from Syracuse University. Activities: Electrical Engineering Club 3, 4; 
Joint Engineering Club 3, 4; Student Christian Association 3, 4; 
American Institute of Electrical Engineers 3, 4; Engineers Council 
3, 4; Lambda Chi Alpha 3, 4. 

THERESA MARY-ROSE ENNIS. "Terry". Medical Technology 
308 North Pleasant St., Amherst. Born in 1939 at Northampton 
Entered from Amherst High School. Activities: Roister Doisters 1, 9 
3, 4; Bacteriology Club 9, 3, 4; Fencing Club 3; Home Economics 
Club 1; Naiads 1, 9, 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 1, 9, 3, 4 
Newman Club 1, 9, 3, 4; Athletics Board 3; Cheerleader 3; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma 1, 9, 3, 4 (Registrar 4). 



DONALD SMITH ERICKSON. "Don". Dairy Industry. Center 
St., Segreganset. Born in 1933 at New Bedford. Entered from Dighton 
High School. Activities: Dairy Club 3, 4 (Treasurer 3); Dean's List 3; 
Judging Teams 4. 

JANET MARIE EVENSEN. Foods and Nutrition. 9 Rich St., Gard- 
ner. Born in 1939 at Gardner. Entered from Templeton High School. 
Activities: Operetta Guild 9, 3; Home Economics Club 1, 9, 3, 4 
(Editor "Skinner Scoop" 4); Student Christian Association 3, 4: 
Wesley Foundation 1, 9, 3, 4 (Secretary 4); Chaplain's Council 9, 3; 
Dean's List 1, 9, 3, 4; Phi Delta Nu 1, 9, 3, 4 (Corresponding Secre- 
tary 4). 




[239] 








MARILYN BEAN EVERETT. Home Economics. Williamsburg. 
Born in 1932 at Northampton. Entered from Northampton High 
School. Activities: Student Christian Association 1, i; Oraicron Nu 
;f, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Commuters Club 2, 3, 4. 



PAUL FRANKLIN FABERMAN. "Fabe". Personnel Administration. 
36 Spencer St., Dorchester. Born in 1933 at Boston. Entered from 
Boston Latin School. Activities: Collegian 1, 2 (Sports Editor 2); 
Index 2; Varsity "M" Club 4; Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3 (Manager 3); 
Soccer 1 (Manager); Student Director Intramural Athletics 2; John 
C. Hall Military Trophy 2; Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



LOUIS FALCONIERI. Wildlife Management. Bom in 1930 at Middle- 
boro. Entered from Memorial High School. Activities: Rod and Gun 
Club 4 (President 4) ; Varsity "M" Club 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Football Manager 1, 2, 3; Kappa Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4 (House Manager 
3,4). 



FRANCIS JOHN FARRELL. "Fran". Chemistry. 37 Pomeroy Ave., 
Pittsfield. Born in 1932 at Pittsfield. Entered from Pittsfield High 
School. Activities: Chemistry Club 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3; 
Q.T.V. 3, 4. 



TERENCE MICHAEL PATRICK FARRELL. "Terry". Mechanical 
Engineering. Born in 1926 at Quincy. Transfer from M.I.T., Boston 
College. Activities: American Society of Mechanical Engineers 4; 
Society of Automotive Engineers 4. 

SAUL FRANK FEINGOLD. Finance. Born in 1932 at Worcester. 
Entered from Classical High School. Activities: Academic Activities 
Board 3; Collegian 2, 3, 4 (Advertising Manager 2, 3, Business Man- 
ager 4); Varsity "M" Club 4; Tennis 3, 4; Dean's List 1; Alpha Ep- 
silon Pi 1, 2, 3, 4. 

CHARLES FELDBERG. Food Technology. 11 Abbot St., Dorchester. 
Born in lll.'i.'J :it Boston. Entered from Boston English High School. 
Ariirities: Eoo.l 'I'ci-lmology Club 3, 4; Hillel Foundation^ 1, 2, 3, 4 
(President 3, Vice-President 2) ; Swimming Club 1 ; Chaplain's Coun- 
cil 3, 4 (Chairman 4); Dean's List 1,3; Military Ball Committee 3, 4 
(Chairman 4); Tau Epsilon Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 4). 

MARION JANE FELTON. History. Born in 1932 at Pittsfield. En- 
terred from Pittsfield High School. Activities: Index 3; Education 
Club 4; International Relations Club 4; Square Dance Club 1, 2; 
Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4 (Executive Committee 3, 4); 
Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 3, President 4); Inter- 
faith Advisory Council 3, 4; Chaplain's Council 2, 3, 4 (Representa- 
tive to United Christian Foundation, Co-Chairman for Religious 
Convocation); House Counselor 3, 4 (House Chairman 4); Dean's 
List 1, 2, 3; Honors Work 4 (History); Campus Chest Committee 3, 
4; Mother's Week-end Committee 1. 

DONALD DAVIS FERGUSON. "Don" "Ferg". Marketing. Born in 
1931 at Boston. Transfer from Mitchel Junior College. Activities: 
Band 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 2. 

ABIGALE JUSTINE FERRY. "Gale". Economics. Phoenix St., 
Vernon, Conn. Born in 1933 at Boston. Entered from Agawam High 
School. Activities: Handbook 4; Operetta Guild 1, 2, 3, 4; Economics 
Honor Society 4; IT. of M, Amateur Radio Association 4; Women's 
Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Edwards Fellowship 1, 2; Student 
Christian Association 1, 2; Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Mother's Week-end 
Committee 1; Inter-Greek Ball Committee 4; Kappa Alpha Theta 
1,2, 3, 4 (President 4). 



240 



JANET MAIUK KIKM). ".Ian", llomc Kconomics-Child Development. 
236 WilistcT SI., \V()i(c.st<-r. Uorii in WS-i at Worcester. Kntercd 
from Si.nlli High .Sch,,,,!. ,lc//n//c.v; Dean's List 1, 3. 



UDHKK'J" GOODWIN FIKM). "Bolj". Civil Engineering. WalnnI 
St., Berlin. Born in 1932 at Clinton. Entered from Coburn Classical 
Institute. Artim'ties: Civil Engineering Club 3, i; Outing Club 1, 2; 
Square Dance Club 1, 2. 



PETER M. FIGGIE. Zoology- Pre-Dent. 11 Victoria Park, Chicopee 
Falls. Born in 1930 at Spring6eld. Entered from Cathedral High 
School. Activities: Pre-Medical Club 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 3; Lambda 
Chi Alpha 2, 3, 4. 



EDWARD ARMAND F1LL\ULT. "Ed". French. Born in 1932 at 
North Adams. Entered from Drury High School. Activities: Future 
Farmers of America 3, 4 (President 4); German Club 2, 3; Interna- 
tional Relations Club 1; Spanish Club 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Dean's List 2; Military Ball Committee 3; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1, 2, 
3, 4 (Treasurer 2, 3, 4). 



ALVIN RICHARD FIXKELSTEIN. "Fink". Mechanical Engineering. 
Born in 1932 at Rockaw.iy Beaili, New York. Transfer from Cornell 
University. Actiritiei: Mechanical Engineering Club 3, 4; U. of M. 
Broadcasting Association 2; American Society of Mechanical En- 
gineers 3, 4; Dean's List 2, 3, 



RUTH PAULINE FINKELSTEIN. "Ruthie". Home Economics. 
Ill Walnut Ave., Revere. Born in 1933 at Cambridge. Entered from 
Revere High School. Activities: Index 3, 4; Operetta Guild 4; Home 
Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; 
HUlel 1, 2, 3; Sigma Delta Tau 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 4). 



LOIS FRANCES FINNICK. English. 127 Cross St., Belmont. Born m 
1933 at Milton. Entered from Belmont High School. Activities: Rois- 
ter Doisters 3 (Publicity Manager 3); Operetta Guild 1; Women's 
Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2; Inter-Class Plays 
3; Campus Varieties 1; Sigma Kappa 2, 3, 4 (Song Chairman 3). 



STEPHEN WILLIAM FISH. Agronomy. 43 Church St., Westboro. 
Born in 1928 at Worcester. Transfer from Northeastern University. 
Activities: Agronomy Club 3, 4; Olericulture Club 3, 4; Student 
Christian Association 3, 4 (Vice-President 4); Christian Service 
Club 3, 4 (Vice-President 4). 



ELLIOTT B. FISHBEIN. General Business. 128 Brockton Ave., Ext., 
Haverhill. Born in 1933 at Haverhill. Entered from Haverhill High 
School. Transfer from University of Vermont. Activities: Hillel 
Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Epsilon Pi 2, 3, 4. 



CAROLYN CLAIRE FISKE. "Carol". Home Economics. 43 Hailes 
Hill Rd., Swansea. Born in 1932 at Providence, R. I. Entered from 
Joseph Case High School. Activities: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4 
(Secretary 3); Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3; Dean's List 3; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma 1, 2, 3, 4 (Corresponding Secretary 4). 




[24i: 




DMUXD DANIEL FLAHERTY. "Ted". Business Administration. 
7 Norfolk Rd., Randolph. Born in lOS'^ at Dorchester. Entered 
from Thayer Academy. Activities: Bacteriology Club 4; Newman 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Maroon Key 2; Mother's Week-end Committee 1; 
Kappa Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 4). 



JEAN FRANCES FLAHERTY. Government. 7 Norfolk Rd., Ran- 
dolpli. Born in 1932 at Boston. Adimties: Index 2, 3, 4; Interna- 
tional Relations Club 3; Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Military Ball Committee 
4; Little Indian 1 ; Chi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4. 



JOHN KEVIN FLANAGAN. "Jack". Mechanical Engineering. Born 
in 1930 at Springfield. Entered from Cathedral High School. Activities: 
jNIechanical Engineering Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 3) ; American So- 
ciety of Mechanical Engineers 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 3) ; Dean's List 1,3; 
Phi Sigma Kappa 3, 4. 



JAMES JOSEPH FLEMING. "Flem". Bacteriology. 47 Vernon St.. 
Holyoke. Born in 1933 at Jersey City, N. J. Transfer from Holyoke 
Junior College. Activities: Bacteriology Club 3, 4; Newman Club 
3, 4; Lambda Chi Alpha 2, 3, 4. 



ARTHITR ROY FOGELGREN. Animal Husbandry. 78 Boyd St., 
Xcwton. Born in 1933 at Newton. Transfer from Northeastern. 
Actirities: Animal Husbandry Club 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Swimming 2, 
3; Baseball 1 (Manager); Little International Livestock Show 2, 3; 
M.T.R.P. 3; Dean's List 1, 3; Carnival Ball Committee 3; Sigma 
Phi Epsilon 2, 3, 4. 



PETER H. FOLEY, JR. Industrial Administration. 176 Clinton St., 
New Bedford. Born in 1929 at New Bedford. Transfer from Stonehill 
College. Activities: Business Administration Club 4; Newman Club 4; 
Dean's List 3; QTV 3, 4. 



.!< )HN EUGENE FORT ANAS. "Jack". Agronomy. 2402 Globe Ave., 
New York, N. Y. Born in 1932 at New York. Transfer from Univer- 
sity of State of New York. Activities: Intramural Football 4; Theta 
Chi 3, 4. 



BARBARA FOSTER. Home Economics. Taunton Ave., Norton. 
Born in 1933 at Norton. Transfer from Framingham Teachers 
College. Activities: Operetta Guild 3, 4; Home Economics Club 3, 4; 
Women's Athletic Association 3, 4. 



BRUCE R. FOX. Sociology. 6 Shailer St., Brookline. Born in 1933 at 
Boston. Entered from Brookline High School. Activities: Collegian 
1, 2, 3, 4 (Copy Editor 2, News Editor 3, Managing Editor 3, Editor- 
in-Chief 3, 4); Marching Band 1, 2, 4; Sociology Club 3, 4; Edwards 
Fellowship 1, 2; IZFA 1, 2 (President 2) ; University Concert Band 2; 
Little Indian 1; Soccer 1; Dean's List 3; Campus Chest Committee 3; 
V. M. Representative to Associated Collegiate Press Association 
Convention 3; Tau Epsilon Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Scribe 3, Vice-Chancellor 4). 

DONALD SHERWOOD FRANCIS. "Ubas". Poultry. 48 Worcester 
St., Taunton. Born in 1931 at North Dighton. Entered from Taunton 
High School. Activities: Poultry Science Club 3, 4; Dean's List 3; 
Carnival Committee 2; Kappa Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4 (Pledge Chairman 
2, 3, Alumni Secretary 3, 4). 



U2] 



ANNK M. I'Mil'.KMAX. Kccrvati.in. '>(! MiMli.scii Ave., Grecnwoo.l. 
JJorii ill 1!);!',' Ml M.liosc. ICnlcrcd Iniiii \V;ikcli<'lil Iligli School. Tnins- 
IVi- I'roiii lio.sloH I'liivcrsilv ("oIIckc (if MIktiiI Arl.s. Arlh'ilie.s: Natiire 
(iimlo Clul) 4 (Vice-Prcsklciil !■); Ouliiif,' Cliil) \\ V. ol' M. Broad- 
oastiiig .V.ssouiiition 3, i (Cmitimiily Dircrlor, IVrsoniu'l Director, 
Station Manager); Student C'lirisliaii A.s.socialion 'i, 4; Deiin's Li.st 3. 

PATRICIA FRENt'II. "I'af. !)H Deny Rd., Hudson, N. H. Home 
EcoiKiinits. Born in lO.'i'i at Xasliua, New Hampshire. Entered from 

Nashua Hi^h Scl I. Aclintic.s: Inoex 3, 4 (Associate Editor 4); 

Roister Doisters -i, 3, 4; Ojieretta Guild 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Economics 
Club 1, i, 3, 4 (Treasurer 3) : House Counselor 3; Inter-Class Plays 3; 
Dean's List 3, 4; Campus Varieties 3; Omicron Nu 4; Pi Beta Phi 
2, 3, 4. 

HENRY N. FjRENETTE, JR. "Hank". Finance. 11 Calumet Rd., Hol- 
yoke. Born in 1933 at Holyoke. Entered from Holyoke High School. 
Activities: Business Administration Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Golf 1; Soccer 2; Dad's Day Committee 4; 
Financial News Committee 3, 4; Phi Sigma Kappa 2, 3, 4. 

BURTON SAMUEL FRIEDMAN. Food Technology. 270A Chestnut 
St., Chelsea. Born in 1932 at Maiden. Entered from Roosevelt High 
School, Los Angeles, California. Activities: Food Technology Club 3, 
4; Rod and Gun Club 1, 2, 3, 4; LT. of M. Amateur Radio Association 
2; LT. of M. Broadcasting Association 2; Hillel Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4; 
M.T.R.P. 2; Dean's List 2; Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2, 3, 4 (House Man- 
ager 3). 



WALTER GAJEWSKI. "Schultzie". Civil Engineering. 29 Berkshire 
St., Ludlow. Born in 1931 at Ludlow. Entered from Ludlow High 
School. Activities: Civil Engineering Club 2, 3, 4; Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



EDMUND JOSEPH GALAT. "Ed". Electrical Engineering. 238 
Lyman St., Holyoke. Born in 1933 at Holyoke. Transfer from Hol- 
yoke Junior College. Activities: Electrical Engineering Club 2, 3, 4. 



FRED L. GALLOWAY. Forestry. 15-36 Parmelee Ave., Fair Lawn, 
New Jersey. Born in 1932 at Rochester, New Y'ork. Entered from 
Fair Lawn High School. Activities: Forestry Club 3, 4; Kappa Sigma 
1, 2, 3, 4. 



RAY'MOND LESLIE GARNETT. "Ray". Electrical Engineering. 
664 Burncoat St., Worcester. Born in 1929 at Springfield. Entered 
from Commerce High School. Transfer from Clark University. 
Activities: Electrical Engineering Club 3, 4 (President 4); Joint 
Engineering Club 4; American Institute of Electrical Engineers 2, 3, 
4; Phi Sigma Kappa 2, 3, 4. 



MARGARET ANNE GARVEY. Home Economics. 260 Northampton 
Rd., Amherst. Born in 1932 at Holyoke. Entered from Amherst 
High School. Activities: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's 
Athletic Association 2, 3, 4 (Playday Manager 2, 3); Newman Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Senate 3; Omicron Nu 3, 4; Commuters Organization 1, 2, 
3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 



BARBARA JOAN GATES. Mathematics. 22 Elm St., Abiugton. 
Born in 1932 at Brockton. Entered from Abington High School. 
Activities: Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 2; 
Dean's List 3; Carnival Committee 3; Kappa Kappa Gamma 1, 2, 
3, 4 (Marshal 4). 




[243; 




GERTRUDE EDNA GATES. "Trudy". Elementary Education. 
Hill Rd., Boxborough. Born in 1933 at Shrewsbury. Entered from 
Acton High School. Aclivilies: Handbook 3; Roister Doisters 1, 2, 
3, i; Operetta Guild 1, 2, 3, 4; Education Club 3, 4; WMUA 1 
(Librarian). 



PATRICIA ANNE GAY. "Pat". Sociology. 34 Pocohontas St., Wal- 
polc. Born in 1932 at Walpole. Entered from Walpole High School. 
Activities: Operetta Guild 1; Edwards Fellowship 1; Kappa Alpha 
Theta 1, 2, 3, 4. 




ARTIHTR GEISSLER, JR. Industrial Administration. 50 St. Agatha 
H<!., Milton. Born in 1932 at Boston. Entered from Milton High 
ScIkioI. Artifities: Business Administration Club 1, 3, 4; Football 1; 
I'hi Mn Delta 2, 3, 4 (President 3, 4). 



DONALD BROWN GEORGE, .JR. "Don". Civil Engineering. 64 
Mill St., Springfield. Born in 1932 at New London, Conn. Entered 
from Technical High School. Activities: Civil Engineering Club 2, 3, 
4 (Vice-President 4); Rifle Team 1, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Upsilon 
Mu Epsilon 3, 4 (Secretary 3, 4); Q.T.V. 1, 2, 3, 4, (Secretary 4). 



DOROTHY JOAN GERSON. "Dotty". Bacteriology. 39 Schuyler St.. 
Roxbury. Born in 1934 at Boston. Entered from Roxbury Memorial 
High School. Activities: Collegian 3; Roister Doisters 1; Operetta 
Guild 2, 3, 4; Bacteriology Club 3, 4 (Secretary-Treasurer 4); Inter- 
Class Plays 1; Carnival Committee 3; Kappa Kappa Gamma 3, 4. 



ROBERT BARRY GIBBONS. Chemistry. 238 Walnut St., Holyoke. 
Born in 1932 at Holyoke. Entered from Holyoke High School. Activi- 
ties: Chemistry Club 4; Varsity "M" Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Men's Sports 1, 3, 4 (Golf); Sigma Alpha Epsilon 2, 3, 4. 



KATHERINE ESTHER GIBBS. Home Economics. 25 West Glen 
St., Holyoke. Born in 1933 at Holyoke. Entered from Holyoke High 
School. Activities: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 3; Soph-Senior Hop Committee 2. 



WALTER SHELDON GIFFORD, JR. "Walt". Animal Husbandry. 
1150 Phoenix Ave., Schenectady, N. Y. Born in 1929 at Schenectady. 
Transfer from New York State College of Agriculture. Activities: 
Animal Husbandry Club 3, 4; Little International Livestock Show 3; 
Dean's List 3. 



CONSTANCE GILMAN. "Connie". English. Groton-Shirley Rd., 
Groton. Born in 1932 at Ayer. Entered from Ayer High School. 
Activities: Collegian 3, 4; Index 2, 3; Quarterly 4; Operetta Guild 3; 
Naiads 1, 2, 3, 4; House Counselor 4; M.T.R.P. 2; Dean's List 1, 2, 
3, 4; Honors Work 4. 



MARION JOYCE GLIDDEN. French. Winter St., Barre. Born in 
1932 at Ware. Entered from Ware High School. Activities: Operetta 
Guild 2; Education Club 3, 4; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Publicity 
Chairman 4); Spanish Club 3, 4; Student Christian Association 1, 2, 
3, 4; Dean's List 3, 4; La Maison Frangaise 3, 4 (Treasurer 4). 



[244] 



LOUIS lilCIIARI) (iLINKA. "Lou". Electrical Engineering. 30 Or- 
clmril PI., Cliicopoe. Horn in l!)!j3 at Cliic-opce. Entered from Cliieo|)ee 
High Seliool. AcHi'itics: ICIectrical I'lngineering Clul) '2, 3, t (Treasurer 
4); .Foint Engineering t'lul) 4; Newman Club 1, '2, 3, 4; Senate 4; 
Ameriean Institute of Electrical Engineers i, 3, 4; Sigma Alpha 
Ei>silon 1, '2, 3, 4. 



LAUKKI, M.WET GLOBUS. "Laurie". Sociology. 87 Mason St., 
Rehcilidlli. Morn in 1!)3'2 at -Vttleboro. Entered from Attlebon. IIIkIi 
School. Aclinlics: Outing Club 1; Psychology Club 3, 4; Sociology 
Club 3, 4; Ilillel Foundation 1, '2, 4; Senate 1; Campus Varieties 1; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 3, 4. 



MARY LOU GLYNN. "Marty". Chemistry. 38 Summer St., Fitch- 
burg. Born in 1933 at Long Beach, California. Transfer from Fitchburg 
Teachers College. Aclii'itiex: Chemistry Club 1, '2, 3, 4; German Club 
3, 4; International Relations Club 4; Newman Club 1, '2, 3, 4; Ski 
Club 1, 2; Dean's List 1, 2, 



GEORGE BEN.L\MIN GODDARD. Floriculture. Suftolk Hous, 
Amherst. Born in lO^S at Needham. Entered from Milton Higl 
School. Activities: Floriculture Club '2, 3, 4; Dean's List 3, 4; Horti- 
culture Show Council 4 (Secretary) . 



MORTON HAROLD GOLDBERG. "Mort". Zoology. 27 Dawson 
Ave., Springfield. Born in 1933 at Springfield. Entered from Spring- 
field Classical High School. Activities: Pre-Medical Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Hillel Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Honors Work 4; 
Military Ball Committee 3, 4; Tau Epsilon Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Executive 
Board 3). 



GERALD SUMNER GOLDMAN. Accounting. 38 Kirkwood Ed., 
Brighton. Born in 1932 at Boston. Entered from Kimball LTnion 
Academy. Activities: Collegian 2; Index 3; 'Varsity "M" Club 2, 3, 4; 
Adelphia 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3 (Manager); Carnival Committee 3 
(Treasurer) ; Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 3, 4). 



JANET G. GOMEZ. Education. 19 Grove St., Spencer. Born in 1933 at 
Spencer. Entered from David Prouty High School. Activities: Index 
3, 4; Operetta Guild 3; Education Club 4; Canterbury Club 4; Drill 
Team 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 3. 

ALLEN HOVEY GOOD. English. 43 Ledgelawn Ave., Lexington. 
Born in 1930 at Boston. Entered from Newton High School. Activities: 
Chorale 1; Statesmen 1, 2; Adelphia 4 (Secretary-Treasurer); Maroon 
Key 2; Wrestling Team 3, 4; Class President 1, 2; Campus Varieties 1; 
Carnival Ball Committee 3 (Chairman); Carnival Committee 4 
(Treasurer); Mother's Weekend Committee 1 (Chairman); Soph- 
Senior Hop Committee 2; Freshman Inter-Dorm Council 2 (Or- 
iginator) ; Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Social Chairman 3). 



ANITA LEE GORETSKY. "Nita". Mathematics. 1417 Beacon St., 
Brookline. Born in 1933 at Boston. Entered from Jeremiah E. Burke 
High School. Activities: Index 3, 4; Operetta Guild 2, 3, 4; Education 
Club 3, 4; Math Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 
3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Varieties 1, 2; Sigma Delta Tau 
1, 2, 3, 4 (Social Chairman 3, President 4). 



S. PETER GORSHEL. "Pete". English Literature. 46 Lincoln Rd., 
Medford. Born in 1932 at Boston. Entered from Clark School, 
Hanover, N. H. Activities: Roister Doisters 1; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; Inter- 
Class Plavs 2; Dean's List 3; Tau Epsilon Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Executive 
Board 3, 4). 




245 




NICHOLAS MARTIN GRALENSKI. Physics. 65 Northfield Rd., 
Millers Falls. Born in 1932 at Amherst. Entered from Turners Falls 
High School. Activities: Lutheran Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 1; Mili- 
tary Ball Committee 3, 4; Commuters Activities 3, 4. 



FRANK FARQUHAR GRANDONE. Accounting. 164 South St., 
Southbridge. Born in 1932 at Southbridge. Entered from Mary E. 
Wells Memorial High School. Activities: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Interfraternity Council 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3; Carnival Committee 3; 
Kappa Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 3, 4). 



PAUL FLETCHER GREEN. History. 33 Elberon St., Pittsfield. 
Born in 1933 at Pittsfield. Entered from Pittsfield High School. 
Aciiviiies: Roister Doisters 2; Camera Club 2, 3 (President 3); U. of 
M. Broadcasting Association 2, 3 (Music Supervisor 3); Dean's List 
3; Phi Mu Delta 3, 4. 



SHELDON GREENBERG. "Shelly". Forestry. 7 Conz St., Northamp- 
ton. Born in 1932 at New York, N. Y. Transfer from American Inter- 
national College. Activities: Forestry Club 4. 



MARY LOUISE GRENTZENBERG. "Mary-Lou". Home Eco- 
nomics Education. 286 Central St., Auburndale. Born in 1932 at 
Washington, D. C. Entered from Newton High School. Activities: 
1{. lister Doisters 1, 2; Operetta Guild 1, 2, 3, 4 (Chairman Makeup 3); 
Sludeiit Christian Association 1; Inter-Class Plays 1; Campus 
Varieties 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Chest Committee 2; Nursery Training 
School 4. 

MARINO .lOSEPII (iRIMALDI. "Buck". Speech and Drama. 56 

Cherry St., Xorlhaiiipton. Born in 1932 at Northampton. Transfer 
from Holyokc Junior College. Aciiviiies: Index 4 (Advertising Man- 
ager); Roister Doisters 2, 3, 4; Operetta Guild 3, 4; U. of M. Amateur 
Radio Association 4; U. of M. Broadcasting Association 4; Newman 
Club 4; Senate 3; Inter-Class Plays 3, 4; Flint Oratorical ContestlS; 
Campus Varieties 3, 4; University Players 4 (Executive Council); 
Fencing Club 4 (Vice-President). 

.lOSEPH EUGENE GUARNOTTA. Psychology. 41 Rangeley Rd., 
Arlington. Born in 1930 at Arlington. Entered from Arlington High 
School. Activities: Psychology Club 3, 4 (Vice-President 3, President 
4; Sociology Club 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4. 

MARY LOUISE GULSKI. "Mary-Lou". Home Economics. 54 Park 
St., North Attleboro. Born in 1933 at Attleboro. Entered from 
North Attleboro High School. Activities: Index 4; Operetta Guild 
3, 4; Education Club 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Carnival Committee 3; Chi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4. 



PATRICIA ANN GUYER. "Pat". Home Economics. 58 Rockland 
St., Springfield. Born in 1932 at Springfield. Entered from Cathedral 
High School. Activities: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman 
Club 1,2, 3, 4. 



RANDOLPH BASIL GUYETTE. Psychology. 16 Hatfield St., North- 
ampton. Born in 1928 at Northampton. Entered from Williston 
Academy. Activities: Psychology Club 3; Sociology Club 3; Dean's 
List 2, 3. 



246 



.lOSKl'II \V. (irUXKY. Mark.'liiif,'. I-S I!:il,(ccl< SI., Mnmklino. Born 
ill l();i;i 111 IJcisliurv. Kiilcml fnnii MnKikliiic lli(,'li Scliool. AHirilie!<: 
i'lMviihui 1, ■-'; K'lHOX 1; Busiiics.s Ailiiiiiii.stnilioii Clul> k U. of M. 
Aiiiiiicur Uiidio Association I; V. ol' M. Bmiiilcasting Association 4; 
llillcl Kouiidalioii 1, -i: Soccci' 1, 'i. !!: Doan's List 1, ■i, 3; Military 
linllCoiiiiiiillci-;!, kTan Kpsiloii I'lii 1,'i, 3, I. 



NOiniA (IIRWIT/. Kiiglisli. 1.).) IVovidonco St., Woirostor. Born in 
]'.):V> al Won-cstcr. KnU-ivd Ironi Classical Ilifjii School. Acllrllies: 
Kducalioii Chill li: Home Kcoiioniiis C'luli 1 ; Spaiii.sli Ckili 1, -2; llillel 
Konndation 1, 'i. 3, i: Panlicllonic Council 4, ii, i (Ti '• 



cr 4); 



Konndalion 1, 'i. 3, i; Panlicllonic Council 4, ii, i (ircasnror - 
House Counselor -t; Dean's List 1, 'i, 3, 4; Campus Chest Co 
mittce 3; Sigma Delta Tau 1, i, 3, 4 (Vice-President 4). 



CARL WILLLVM HAKSKLKU. Pomology. R.F.D. Gilrain Terr., 
Norllianipton. Born in 1!)'-'!) a! Ni.rlh.impton. Transfer from Stock- 
bridge School of Agricultmc. Arlirilifx: Pomology Club 1, 2, 3, 4 
(Vice-President 3); Wesley I'"oundalion 1, '2, 3; Horticultural Show 
■Councils (Chairman); Horticultural Show 1, i, 3, 4 (Co-Chairman 3). 



ROBERT LEONARD HAGGERTY. "Hag". Civil Engineering. 14-2 
West St., Northampton. Born in 1!)3'2 at Easthampton. Entered from 
Monson Academy. Acfifilics: Ba.sketball 1; Tennis 3, 4. 



DONALD GEORGE HALL. Mechanical Engineering. 34 Searle Rd., 
South Hadley Falls. Born in 1932 at Boston. Entered from Searles 
High School. Acfii'ities: DeMolay Club 3; Mechanical Engineering 
Club '2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 4); House Counselor 2, 3, 4; American So- 
ciety of Mechanical Engineers 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 4); Society of Auto- 
inoti\'e Engineers 3, 4. 



RICHARD BERNARD HANRAHAN. "Dick". Mathematics. 26 Fru- 
wirth Ave., Feeding Hills. Born in 1932 at Springfiled. Entered 
from Agawam High School. Activities: Math Club 4; Newman Club 
1, 2, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3. 



THOMAS ETNEY HARDY. Industrial Psychology. 13 Cross St., 
Westboro. Born in 1932 at Worcester. Transfer from W'orcester 
Junior College. Acliiiiies: Psychology Club 3, 4; Newman Club 3, 4. 



THEODORE LINCOLN HARGROVE. English Literature. 70 Grand 
View Ave., Worcester. Born in 1932 at Worcester. Entered from South 
High School. 



MARCELLE MACKBA HARLING. English. 15 Hillock St., Roslin- 
dale. Born in 1931 at Boston. Transfer from Boston University. Actin- 
ties: Collegian 3, 4 (.Assistant Editor 4); Quarterly 3, 4; Wesley Foun- 
dation 3; Literarv Club 4; House Counselor 3, 4; Dean's List 3, 4. 



PAUL TUCKER HARIJNG. Sociology. 55 Westmoreland Aye., 
Arlington. Born in 1933 at Arlington. Entered from Arlington High 
School. Activities: Student Christian Association 1, 2; Wesley Founda- 
tion 1, 2, 3, 4; Christian Service Club 3; Chaplain's Council 2. 




247' 




XIHCfNTA HARPER. "Ginny". 4 School St., Westboro. Born in 1933 
III Worccslcr. iMilcred from Westboro High School. Activities: Op- 
crelta (iiiild '2, S; Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3; Chaplain's 
Council i, 3; Kappa Alpha Theta 2, 3, 4. 

MARY JAXK H.VRTMAN. Home Economics. 37 Cosby Ave., Am- 
herst. Born in 1!)3:J at Northampton. Entered from Amherst High 
School. Activities: Quarterly 2: Operetta Guild 2; Home Economics 
Club 1, 2; Naiads 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 3, Senior Representative 4); 
Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Panhellenic Council 3, 4 
(Chairman of Greek Sing 3, Vice-President 4); Scrolls 2; Athletics 
Board 3; Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Inter-Greek Ball Committee 3; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma 1, 2, 3, 4 (Pledge Trainer 4). 




ROBERT EDWARD HARTWELL. "Bob". Physics. Buckland, 
Born in 1932 at Buckland. Entered from Arms Academy. Activities: 
V. of M. Broadcasting Association 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasm-er 3, Production 
Director 4); Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 
1, 2, 3, 4; QTV 3, 4. 



NANCY POND HASTINGS. "Nance". English. 15 Leonard St., Aga- 
wam. Born in 1933 at Springfield. Entered from Agawam High 
School. Activities: Education Club 3, 4; Women's Athletic Associa- 
tion 1, 2, 3, 4 (Manager 4) ; Blood Drive 2 ; Drill Team 3, 4 (Captain 4) ; 
House Counselor 3; Kappa Alpha Theta 1, 2, 3, 4 (Rush Chairman 3, 
Vice-President 4). 



RANDALL BENNETT HAYDON. Finance. 43 Hedge St., Fair- 
haven. Born in 1931 at Buffalo, New York. Transfer from Worcester 
Polytechnic Institute. Activities: Business Administration Club 3, 4; 
DcSlolay Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 3, President 4); Channing 
(lull 2, 3; Tennis 2, 4; Dean's List 3; Honors Work 4; Sigma Phi 
l';p.silon 2, 3, 4. 



CLARENCE A. HAYES. History. 433 North Pleasant St., Amherst. 
Born in 1896 at Portland, Maine. 



.ULIUS HUNTING HAYWARD. Poultry. 170 Bridge St., East 
Bridgewater. Born in 1932 at Brockton. Entered from East Bridge- 
water High School. Activities: Poultry Science Club 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 
3, President 4); Square Dance Club 3, 4; Judging Teams 3. 



HERBERT WALLACE HEADLE, JR. "Wally". Electrical Engineer- 
ing. 94 Braeburn Rd., East Longmeadow. Born in 1929 at Springfield. 
Entered from Williston Academy. Activities: Chess Club 1, 2; U. of 
M. Amateur Radio Association 2, 3, 4 (President 3, 4); Soccer 1, 2; 
American Institute of Electrical Engineers 4; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1, 
2, 3, 4 (House Manager 3). 



DOROTHY MARIE HEFFERAN. History. 32 Lydon St., Norwood. 
Born in 1932 at Norwood. Entered from Norwood Senior High School. 
Activities: International Relations Club 4; Naiads 1, 2, 3; Women's 
Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 
2, 3 (Captain 3); Class Secretary 3; Commencement Committee 4 
(Co-Chairman); Class Ring Committee 3; Kappa Kappa Gamma 
1, 2, 3, 4 (House Chairman 4). 



ROBERT ARTHUR HEIDRICH. Mechanical Engineering. 95 College 
St., Amherst. Born in 1932 at Newark, New Jersey. Entered from 
Nutley High School, Nutley, N. J. Activities: Mechanical Engineering 
Club 2, 3, 4; American Society of Mechanical Engineers 2, 3, 4; 
Society of Automotive Engineers 3, 4. 



248" 



JOHN rF/riCU IIKIXI'/. ".Idlnini.". Ilislaiv. '.'.-, Disniiiiid Ave, 
Miinclioslcr. Horn in WSi M Miiiiclieslcr Kiilcivd IVoin Slory HIkIi 
School. Artirilies: Collogiiiii ■-', :), i (Kililor ;i, Sliii' llo|)orter 4); 
ScMiito 1, ;i, 4 (President 4); Mi'ii's .ludiciary ■-', :) (('liicl' Justice i, 3): 
A<leli>liiii 4 (Vice President ); Dean's List 3: Cmnpus C'liest Coni- 
niitlee 1, 3; Sigma Phi Kpsilon 1, i. :}. 4 (Pk'dge Trainer 3, President 
i). 



JOHN A. IIELEIN. Agronomy. Leveretl. Born in 1!)18 at^Maldei 
Entered from Manter Hall Preparatory School. Arfimiies: Agrononi 
Club 3, 4; Dean's List i, 3. 



ROBERT WITJJAM HEXRICKSOX. "Hed". Floriculture. 5 Berk- 
mane SI., Worcester; Born in 1!)','<» al \Vorc<'stcr. Entered from Wor- 
cester South High School. Ar/irilies: Floriculture Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Landscape Architecture Club '2, 3, 4; Varsity "M" Club -i, 3, 4; New- 
man Club 2, 3, 4; Football 1, -2, 3; Phi Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4 (Stew- 
ard 4). 



BASILIO HENRIQUES, JR. Chemistry. 101 Woodlawn Ave., Pitts- 
Held. Born in 1933 at Pittsfield. Entered from Pittsfield High School. 
Artirities: Chemistrv Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 4); Newman Club 
1,-2,3,4. 



BARBARA ANN HERZOG. Bacteriology. 36 State Rd., North Dart- 
mouth. Born in 1932 at New Bedford. Transfer from Lasell Junior 
College. Activities: Index 4; Operetta Guild 4; Bacteriology Club 
3, 4; Dean's List 3; Chi Omega 3, 4. 



BEVERLY JANE HESSION. Home Economics. 220 Mount Vernon 
PI., Newark, N. J. Born in 1932 at Newark. Transfer from Marjorie 
Webster Junior College. Activities: WMUA 3; Women's Athletic Asso- 
ciation 3, 4; Phi Delta Nu 3, 4. 



STEPHANIE HOLMES. English. 91 Harvard Ave., Brookline. Born 
in 1933 at Richmond, Virginia. Entered from Northfield School for 
Girls. Activities: Collegian 2, 3, 4 (Exchange Editor '2, Campus Activi- 
ties Editor 3, Editorial Page Editor 3, Star Reporter 4); Quarterly 4; 
Chorus 2; Operetta Guild 2, 3; Edwards Fellowship 1; Student 
Christian Association 3, 4 (Co-Chairman Religious Convocation Day 
3); Isogon 4 (Secretary-Treasurer); Chaplain's Council 2, 3; Phi 
Kappa Phi 4; House Counselor 4 (House Chairman); Dean's List 1, 2, 
3, 4; Campus Varieties 4; Pi Beta Phi 3, 4. 

CAROL LORRAINE HOLT. Medical Technology. 118 Winter St., 
Whitman. Born in 1932 at Brockton. Entered from Whitman High 
School. Activities: Bacteriology Club 2, 3, 4; Square Dance Club 
3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; Edwards Fellowship 1, 2; 
Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 



STEPHEN ABBOTT HOPKINS. Sociology. Hopkins Lane, Orleans. 
Born in 1932 at Eastham. Entered from Orleans High School. Activi- 
ties: Sociology Club 4; Q.T.V. 1, 2, 3, 4 (Athletic Manager 4). 



HENRY L. HOUDE. "Hank". Industrial Psychology. 133 Waterford 
St., Gardner. Born in 1929 at Gardner. Transfer from Becker Junior 
College. Actirities: German Club 3; Psychology Club 3, 4 (Treasurer 
4); Newman Club 3, 4. 




[249: 




DAVID ROYCE HOUSTON. "Dave". Forestry. Flanders Rd., West- 
boro. Born in 1932 at Worcester. Entered from Westboro High 
School. Activities: Forestry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Square Dance Club 1; 
Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3, -1 (Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4); Dean's 
List 1, 2, 3, 4; Honors Work 4: Alpha Gamma Rho 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treas- 
urer 4). 



RETTY LOUISE HOWE. Floriculture. Lowell Rd., Concord. Born in 
1932 at Concord. Entered from Concord High School. Activities: 
Floriculture Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Square Dance Club 2, 3, 4; Edwards Fel- 
lowship 3; M.T.R.P. 3, 4; Horticulture Show 1, 2, 3, 4. 



HUBERT FARNHAM IIOWSON. "Hugh". English. 6 Summit Ave.," 
Bronxville, N. Y. Born in 1931 at New York. Transfer from Haver- 
ford College. Activities: Outing Club 3, 4. 



JOHN PAUL HUGHES. "Jack".' Bacteriology. 53 Exeter St., Law- 
rence. Born in 1929 at Lawrence. Entered from Central Catholic 
Higii School. Activities: Bacteriology Club 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 
3,4. 



ROBERT BLAKE HULSMAN. "Bob". Geology. 284 Woburn St., 
Reading. Born in 1932 at Somerville. Entered from Reading High 
School. Activities: Geology Club 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 4); Alpha 
Phi Omega 1 ; Phi Mu Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. 



W. DALE HUMPHRISS. "Dale". Chemistry. 26 High St., Easthamp- 
ton. Born in 1932 at Northampton. Entered from Easthampton 
High School. Activities: Chemistry Club 4; Senate 2, 3 (Treasurer 3); 
Dean's List 3. 



PAULA HUNT. Sociology. 211 Park St., Stoneham. Born in 1927 at 
Stoneham. Transfer from Boston L'niversity. Activities: Collegian 4; 
Outing Club 4; Sociology Club 4; Dean's List 1. 



ALMER MORRIS HUNTLEY', JR. "Bud". Forestry. Glendale Rd.. 
EasthaTiii)ton. Born in 1931 at Easthampton. Entered from Williston 
Academy. Activities: Forestry Club 3, 4; U. of M. Broadcasting Asso- 
ciation 1, 2; Student Life Committee 3; Alpha Phi Omega 2. 



SAMUEL ERNEST HURST. Business. IS Hampden St., Holyoke. 
Born in 1916 at Fall River. Transfer from Bradford Durfee Technical 
Institute. 




RICHARD MAURICE HUTCHINS. History. 346 Auburndale Ave., 
Auburndale. Born in 1931 at Newton. Transfer from Newton Junior 
College. Activities: International Relations Club 2, 4; Dean's List 3, 4. 



[250: 



JANET SYLVIA IRELAND. "Jannie". Sociology. 16 Raymond Ave., 
Shrewsbury. Born in 193'2 at Gardner. Entered from Major Beale 
High School. Activities: Collegian 2; Index 4; Operetta Guild 2, 3, 4; 
Sociology Club 3, 4; Student Christian Association 1, i, 3, 4; Campus 
Varieties 3; Chi Omega 1, i, 3, 4. 



JAMES ARTHUR JACK. "Jim". Economics. 78 Lebanon St., Melrose. 
Born in 1932 at Melrose. Entered from Melrose High School. Activi- 
ties: Quarterly 4 (Business Manager); Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Senate 1: Maroon Kev 2; Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Carnival Committee 3; 
Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4 (treasurer 3, 4). 



NANCY ANN JACOBSON. Sociology. Sturbridge Rd., Brookfield. 
Born in 1932 at Worcester. Entered from Brookfield High School. 
Activities: Home Economics Club 1, 2; Sociology Club 3, 4; Student 
Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Kappa 2, 3, 4 (President 4). 



PRANK LEO JACQUES. Physical Education. 83 Brook Rd., Weston. 
Born in 1930 at Weston. Entered from Weston High School. Transfer 
from Northeastern LTniversity. Activities: Education Club 3, 4; Phi- 
Ed Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Program Committee 1; Vice President 3); Varsity 
"M" Club 2, 3, 4 (President 3); Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Executive 
Committee 2, 3; Vice President 4); Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 3; 
Lambda Chi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice President 3). 



MORGAN EDWARD JENNINGS, JR. "Merg". Mathematics. 
105 High St., Needham Heights. Born in 1932 at New Bedford. En- 
tered from Needham High School. Activities: Math Club 4; Kappa 
Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4 (Guard, Conductor); Maroon Key 2. 

NORMA LOUISE JEWELL. Bacteriology. 22 Crosby St., Webster. 
Born in 1932 at Webster. Entered from Bartlett High School. Activi- 
ties: Bacteriology Club 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 3; Chess Club 3, 4 
(Secretary 3, 4); Women's Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 
1, 2, 3; Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 3; Vice President 4). 

WILLIAM CRAIG JOHNSON. Animal Husbandry. 32 Martin St., 
West Roxbury. Born in 1932 at Tarrytown, New York. Entered 
from Jamaica Plain High School. Activities: Chorale 3; Operetta 
Guild 3; Animal Husbandry Club 3, 4; Canterbury Club 4; Swim- 
ming 1, 2; Little International Livestock Show 3; Dean's List 2, 3; 
Carnival Committee 2; Kappa Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4 (Social Chairman 3; 
Grand Master of Ceremonies 4). 

FRANCES LOUISE JONES. "Franny". Elementary Education. 269 
North Main St., Middleboro. Born in 1932 at Boston. Entered from 
Middleboro Memorial High School. Activities: Handbook 3; Roister 
Doisters 2 (Associate Business Manager); Operetta Guild 4; Educa- 
tion Club 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4 (Publicity 
Chairman 2); Women's Judiciary 3; Isogon 4; Scrolls 2 (Vice-Presi- 
dent); Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; House Coun.selor 3; Class Secretary 4; 
Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Carnival Committee 3 (Chairman of Queens 
Committee); Parents Week-end Committee 1; Soph-Senior Hop 
Committee 2 (Publicitv and Program Chairman); Spring Dav Com- 
mittee 3; Class Paper 1, 2 (Co-Editor); Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Rush 
Chairman 4) . 

RICHARD ALYN JONES. Animal Husbandry. South Rd., Orange. 

Born in 1930 at Athol. Entered from Orange High School. Activities: 
Animal Husbandry Club 3, 4; Education Club 4; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Men's Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 3, 4; Judging Teams 4. 




DAVID MORRISON JORDAN. Floriculture. 30 Harvard St., Spring- 
field. Born in 1929 at Springfield. Entered from Wilbraham Academy. 
Activities: Floriculture Club 1, 2, 3, 4; International Relations Club 4; 
Square Dance Club 4; Dean's List 3; Phi Mu Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. 



251 




GWENDOLYN HAZEL JUDSON. Animal Husbandry. 36 Harvard 
St., Springfield. Born in 1933 at Springfield. Entered from Springfield 
Classical High School. Acliviiies: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Square Dance Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary-Treasurer 2, 3); Edwards 
Fellowship 1; Little International Livestock Show 3; Dean's List 1, i, 
3, 4; Honors Work 4; Judging Team 3, 4; Folk Festival Committee 
2,3. 



HERBERT MARCUS KAGAN. "Herb". Bacteriology. 30 Gleason 
St., Dorchester. Born in 1932 at Dorchester. Entered from Boston 
Latin School. Activities: Collegian 1, 2; Bacteriology Club 4; Hillel 
1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1, 2 (Manager); Dean's List 3; Alpha Epsilon Pi, 1, 2, 
3,4. 



STEPHEN KARTS. Government. 941 Carew St., Springfield. Born in 
1932 at Springfield. Entered from Springfield Technical High School. 
Activities: Chrysostom Club I, 2, 3, 4 (Vice President 3); Kappa Sig- 
ma 1,2,3,4. 



ALVIN J. KARLOFF. "Al". Public Health. 28 Kinnicut Rd. South, 
Worcester. Born in 1931 at Quincy. Transfer from Champlain College. 
Activities: Bacteriology Club 4; Pre-Medical Club 3; WMTJA 4. 



A. RITA KATZ. Chemistry. 34 Edgewood St., Roxbury. Born in 1932 
at East Hartford, Connecticut. Entered from Girls' Latin School. 
Activities: Collegian 3, 4; Index 4 (Captions Editor 4); Chorus 2; 
Chemistry Club 2, 3, 4; German Club 1, 2; Women's Athletic Asso- 
ciation 1, 2, 3, 4; Senate 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 3, 4); Isogon 4; 
Scrolls 2; Savoyards 2; House Counselor 3; M.T.R.P. 3, 4 (Activities 
Chairman); Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Varieties 3. 



.lANE CAROLYN KATZ. Government. 13 W^alnut Rd., Glen Cove, 

New Y'ork. Born in 1933 at Hempstead, New York. Entered from 
Glen Cove High School. Activities: Collegian 3; Psychology Club 3, 4; 
Sociology Club 3; U. of M. Broadcasting Association 3, 4; Campus 
Chest Committee 3; Phi Delta Nu 2, 3, 4 (Rush Chairman 4); 



NORMAN BERNARD KAUFMAN. Government. 39 Nottinghill 
Rd., Brighton. Born in 1932 at Cambridge. Entered from Cambridge 
High and Latin School. Activities: Roister Doisters 1, 2; U. of M. 
Broadcasting Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Hillel Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Lacrosse 2, 3; Tau Epsilon Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



JEAN ANN KEARNS. "Kearnsie". Government. 806 Broadway St., 
Fall River. Born in 1932 at Fall River. Entered from B.M.C. Durfee 
High School. Activities: Index 3, 4; International Relations Club 4; 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 4. 



HELEN CATHERINE KEEFE. "Keefie". Education. 44 Reuter 
Ave., Pittsfield. Born in 1933 at Pittsfield. Entered from Pittsfield 
High School. Transfer from North Adams State Teachers College. 
Activities: Collegian 3, 4; Handbook 3; Operetta Guild 3, 4; Educa- 
tion Club 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4 (Secretary 4); Newman Club 3, 4; 
Dean's List 3, 4. 



DOROTHY ANN KELLEHER. "Dotty". Medical Technology. 
12 Swan Ave., South Weymouth. Born in 1933 at South Weymouth. 
Entered from Weymouth High School. Activities: Bacteriology Club 
2, 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 2, 3, 4 (Bowling Manager 4); 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 3; Carnival Committee 3; Sigma 
Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4 (Philanthropy Chairman 4). 



[252] 



ANN MARIE KKI.LY. Knglisli. 9(i Wcntwoitli Ave., Lowell. Boni 
in 1933 lit Lowell. Transfer from Lowell Teaclier.s College. Activities: 
Operetta Guild 4; German Club 3, -1; Newman Club '2, 3, 4; Carnival 
Committee 3, 4; Kappa Kappa Gamma 3, 4. 



EDWARD MICHAEL KENNEDY. Marketing. 53 Ilitclicock St., 
Holyoke. Born in lf)3'2 at Holyoke. Transfer from Holyoke Junior 
College. Activities: Business Administration Club 4; Newman Club 4. 



JOHN LEONARD KENNEY, JR. Industrial Administration. Lan- 
caster Ave., Lunenburg. Born in 1931 at Lunenburg. Entered from 
Lunenburg High School. Actimties: Business Administration Club 
2, 3; Newman Club 1, -2; Lambda Chi Alpha 1, '2. 



JOAN ELIZABETH KETTELL. Home Economics and Elementary 
Education. 62 Tilden Rd., Scituate. Born in 1932 at Evanston, 
Illinois. Entered from Scituate High School. Actimties: Roister Dois- 
ters 2; Operetta Guild 2, 3, 4; Education Club 4; Naiads 3, 4; Kappa 
Alpha Theta 2, 3, 4. 



MARTHA RICHARDSON KIMBALL. "Marthie". English. New- 
town Rd., Littleton. Born in 1932 at Littleton. Entered from Littleton 
High School. Activities: Operetta Guild 4; Student Christian Associa- 
tion 1, 2, 3, 4. 



REYNOLD THOMAS KING. "Ray". Poultry Husbandry. 1807 
N East 18th St., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Born in 1931 at Montpelier, 
Vermont. Activities: Poultry Science Club 3, 4; Pre-Medical Club 1; 
Square Dance Club 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4; Chaplain's 
Council 4; Dean's List 3. 



DOROTHY JEANNE KINSLEY. "Dot". English. Boone Rd., Stow. 
Born in 1932 at Easton, Penna. Transfer from Lasell Junior College. 
Activities: Quarterly 3, 4 (Associate Editor 4); Operetta Guild 3; 
Edwards Fellowship 3, 4 (Co-ordinating Chairman 4); Student 
Christian Association 3, 4; Chaplain's Council 3, 4; Campus Varieties 
3; Christian Service Club 4. 



JOHN PETER KIRCHNER. Chemistry. 105 Cromwell Ave., Pitts- 
field. Born in 1931 at Pittsfield. Entered from St. Joseph's High 
School. Activities: Chemistry Club 3, 4; Dean's List 3. 



ANDREW A. KIRKITELOS. Chemistiy. 76 Alvin St., Springfield. 
Born in 1920 at Springfield. Transfer from American International 
College. 




>. -^ 



m ^ 



ROBERT GERSON KLINE. "Bob". History. 30 Chiswick Rd., 
Brighton. Born in 1933 at Boston. Entered from Boston Latin 
School. Activities: Soccer 1. 



[253] 



r 



*#-« -^ 





HENRY ADAMS KNAPP. "Hank". Forestry. 45 Norwell Rd., Ded- 
ham. Born in 1932 at Newburyport. Entered from Bridgton Academy. 
Aclhilies: Collegian 2; Forestry Club 4; Varsity "M" Club 2, 3, 4; 
Student Christian Association 1, 2; Cross-Country 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co- 
Captain 4) ; Winter Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4. 



.lOIIX DOrCLAS K'NAPTON. Physics. 74 Glendale Rd., Quincy. 

Horn ill lll.'il at (Jiiiiicy. Entered from New Hampton School. .4c<Mii;fc'e«." 
('Miitcriiuiy Club 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1; Intramural Football 2; Intra- 
nuiral Softball 2; Dean's List 3. 



DONALD YOUNG KNEPPER. Marketing. 44 Somerset St., Worces- 
ter. Born in 1932 at Cleveland, Ohio. Entered from Duluth High 
School. Activities: Handbook 3, 4 (Assistant Business Manager); 
Business Administration Club 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 3, 4; Alpha Gamma 
Rho 2, 3, 4. 



CARLTON SMITH KOEHLER. "Kraut". Entomology. Taylor St., 
Granby. Born in 1932 at Holyoke. Entered from Suffield Academy. 
Activities: Fernald Entomological Club 3, 4; Forestry Club 2, 3, 4; 
German Club 4; QTV 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 3). 



BENNETT LEE KRAMER. Indastrial Administration. 11 Roxton 
St., Dorchester. Born in 1933 at Boston. Entered from Ro.xbury Me- 
morial High School. Activities: Inde.x 2; Business Administration 
Club 3, 4; Varsity "M" Club 4; Hillel Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 
1, 2, 3 (Manager); Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Historian 3). 



JOHN ARTHUR KREIGER. Sociology. 34 Winter St., Pittsfield. Born 
in 1932 at Pittsfield. Entered from Pittsfield High School. Activities: 
Baseball 1 ; Dean's List 3, 4. 



DIANA KRIKORIAN. "Dee". History. 98 Hampshire Rd., Methuen. 
Born in 1932 at Methuen. Entered from Edward F. Searles High 
School. Activities: International Relations Club 3, 4 (Secretary 3, 
Acting President 4); Student Christian Association 1; Senate 3; 
Dean's List 1; Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 4). 



DONALD RAYMOND LAMBERT. "Don". Poultry. R.F.D. No. 2, 
Monson. Born in 1930 at Stafford Springs, Conn. Transfer from 
Stockbridge School of Agriculture. Activities: Poultry Science Club 
1, 2, 3, 4. 



HOSEA WILLIAM LANGEWAY, Agronomy. Vergennes, Vermont. 
Born in 1919 at Ferrisburg, Vermont. Entered from Vergennes High 
School. Activities: Agronomy Club 3, 4 (Secretary). 



JOAN ANN LA PINSKY. "Pinsk". Medical Technology. Housatonic. 
Born in 1933 at Monticello, N. Y. Entered from Searles High School. 
Activities: Handbook 3; German Club 2; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
House Counselor 4; Dean's List 1, 3, 4; Kappa Kappa Gamma 3, 4. 



[254; 



FRANCIS MAKIO I.AI'OS'I'A. "Fnui". ni(.ini.sti-v. +H.5 Hoecli St., 
Ildlvokc. IJcirri ill 1!I:K' ;iI l{i-i,lf;o|)<ir(, Conn. Tnin.slVr IVoin llolyokc 
Jnniiir C(.llcL'i'. Arlirilirs: Climiislrv Clnl> .'i, 4; Newman Cluh ;{, i. 



MYRON EDWARD l..Vl"l'IN. "Runnic". Fiiuuieo. H Staihird SL, 
Maiden. Born in U)3i at Maiden. Entered from Cusliing Academy. 
Activities: Alplia Epsilon Pi 1, i, 3, 4 (House Manager 3, Scrilie 3, 
Master 4). 



ROBERT NORMAN LATOUR. "Bob". Wildlife Management. 3 
Montrose St., Worcester. Born in 1932 at Wilkinsburg, Penna. Trans- 
fer from Worcester Junior College. Activities: Rod and Gun Club 
2,3,4. 



ROBERT HARRY LEAVER. "Robbie". Landscape Architecture. 
193 Corinth St., North Adams. Born in 1930 at Worcester. Transfer 
from L^niversity of New Hampshire. Activities: Landscape Archi- 
tecture Club 2, 3, 4 (President 4); Dean's List 3, 4; Honors Work 4; 
Horticulture Show 2, 3, 4. 



RAYMOND JOSEPH LEMAY. "Ray". Physical Education. 35 
Albion St., Salem. Born in 1931 at Wilkinsonville. Entered from St. 
John's Preparatory School. Activities: Phi-Ed Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity 
"M" Club 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 3, 4; LaCrosse 3, 4'; 
Maroon Key 2; Lambda Chi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4. 



EDGAR JOHN LESKO. "Ed". Marketing. 371 Bridge St., North- 
hampton. Born in 1921 at Northampton. Entered from Northampton 
High School. Activities: Business Administration Club 1, 2; Dean's 
List 1, 3. 



ROBERT WILLIAM L'ESPERANCE. Food Technology. 14 Grant 
St., South Hadley Falls. Born in 1931 at Holyoke. Entered from 
South Hadley High School. Activities: Food Technology Club 3, 4; 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 3; Lambda Chi Alpha 2, 3, 4. 



ADDISON DAVID LESSER. "Addy". Psychology. 60 Botsford Rd., 
Chestnut Hill. Born in 1931 at New York, N. Y.; Transfer from 
Newton Junior College. Activities: Psychology Club 3, 4; Sociology 
Club 4; Varsity Baseball 3, 4. 



RAYMOND ALBERT LETOURNEAU. "Rabbit". Pre-Medical. 507 
Ashlev Blvd., New Bedford. Born in 1930 at New Bedford. Activities: 
Pre-Medical Club 3, 4; Newman Club 4; QTV 2, 3, 4. 



JOYCE MARIE LE VANGIE. Elementary Education. 40 Weston 
Ave., Braintree. Born in 1931 at Braintree. Entered from Thayer 
Academy. Activities: Education Club 3, 4; Outing Club 1; Women's 
Athletic Association 1, 2; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; 
Ski Club 1, 2; Dean's List 3. 




tf^if^ 




[255; 





mX\2 





A'ii^fii 




BURTON RICHARD LIEBMAN. "Bud". Marketing. 6 Lane Park, 
Brighton. Born in 1931 at Chelsea. Entered from Brighton High 
School. Activities: Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, i, 3, -t (Steward 4). 



A. CHARLES LINCOLN. "Chuck". Forestry. 11 Hill St., Thorndike. 
Born in 1932 at Thorndike. Entered from Palmer High School. Activi- 
ties: Forestry Club 2, 3, 4; Newman Club i; Alpha Phi Omega •i, 3, i 
(President 4); Campus Chest Committee 4; Men's Sports 2, 3, 4. 



ROSE LINER. Home Economics. 994 High St., Fall River. Born in 
1933 at Fall River. Entered from Durfee High School. Activities: 
Collegian 2, 3; Handbook 3; Home Economics Club 3, 4; Dean's 
List 3; Sigma Delta Tau 1, 2, 3, 4 (Historian 3). 



LORRAINE ROSE LIVELY. "Live". English. Griswoldville. Born in 
Colrain. Transfer from Boston L^niversity. Activities: Index 3, 4 
(Literary Editor 4); University Concert Association 2, 3; Operetta 
(jnild 2; Chess Club 3, 4; French Club 2; Women's Athletic Associ- 
ation 2, 3, 4 (Bowling Manager 3); Newman Club 2, 3, 4; House 
Counselor 3 (House Chairman); MTRP 2, 3; Dean's List 3, i; 
Campus Varieties 2; Pi Beta Phi 2, 3, 4. 



MARY JANE LODGE. Home Economics. Woodstown, N. J. Born in 
1932 at Teaneck, N. J. Entered from Woodstown High School. 
Activities: Education Club 3; German Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's 
Athletic Association 1, 2, 3; Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Program Chairman 3, Social Exchange Chair- 
man 4), 



WILLIAM DAVID LOMBARD. "Dave". Wildlife Management. 
R.F.D. 4, Freeport, Maine. Born in 1932 at Springfield. Entered from 
West Springfield Senior High School. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4 (Supply 
Manager 2, 3, 4); Rod and Gun Club 2, 3, 4; Judson Fellowship 2; 
Dean's List 2, 3. 



ALFRED P. LOVEJOY, JR. "Pete". Business Administration. 32 
Fairfield St., Pittsfield. Born in 1932 at Pittsfield. Entered from 
Pittsfield High School. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4 (Business Manager 
3, 4); Dance Band 2; Orchestra 1; Operetta Guild 2, 3, 4; Business 
Administration Club 4; Varsity "M" Club 3, 4; Ski Team 3, 4; Ski 
Club 2. 



JOSEPH LANE LUCIER. Government. 25 Munroe St., Northampton. 
Born in 1931 at Northampton. Entered from Williston Academy. 
Activities: Collegian 1, 2; Men's Judiciary 2, 3; Adelphia 4; Class 
Officer 3 (President 3); Mother's W^eek-end Committee 2 (Program 
Committee Chairman 2); Phi Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4 (Rushing Chair- 
man 3; Vice-President 4). 



HARRY MELVIN LUDWIG, JR. Accounting. 305 Sargeant St., 
Holyoke. Born in 1931 at Holyoke. Entered from Cheshire Academy. 
Activities: Business Administration Club 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; Lambda Chi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 4). 



ELIZABETH ANN LUPIEN. "Betty". Elementary Education. 182 
Prospect St., Gardner. Born in 1932 at Gardner. Entered from Gard- 
ner High School. Activities: Education Club 4; Women's Athletic 
Association 1, 2, 3, 4 (Playday Manager 4); Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 
(Recording Secretary 3, Executive Board 4); Student Life Com- 
mittee 3; Isogon 4 (President); House Counselor 3, 4 (House Chair- 
man 4); Dean's List 3; Freshman Sing Committee 4. 



256] 



ANN-MAUIK lA'NCH. Knglish. lU Massachusetts Ave., Springfield. 
Born in 1933 at Springfield. Entered from Sacred Heart High School. 
Actieitic.i: Collegian 'i, 3 (Copy Editor i. Editorial .\s.sistjiTit 3); 
Index 3, 4 (Literary Editor 3, Associate Editor !■); Quarterly i, 3, !■ 
(Associate Editors, Prose Editor 4); Newman Cluli 1, '2, 3, 4; Student 
Vocational Committee 3, 4. 



AVILLIAM DAVID LYNCH. "Bill". Accounting, ii West Center 
St., Florence. Born in 19i7 at Northampton. Transfer from Holyoke 
.lunior College. ActiviticK: Business .Vdniinistration Cluh 3, 4; Lambda 
Chi Alpha 3, 4. 



CLAIRE MARIE MACDONALD. "Mac". Psychology and Ele- 
mentary Education. 3'2 Park Rd., Belmont. Born in 193'2 at Cam- 
bridge. Entered from Belmont High School. Activities: Newman 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Savoyards '2; Drill Team 2, 3; House Counselor 3; 
M.T.R.P. 3, 4 (Treasurer 3); Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Carnival Com- 
mittee 3; Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Activities Chairman 4). 



ROBERT KERWIN MACLAUCHLIN. "Scotty". Sociology. 14 
Pilgrim Ave., Fairhaven. Born in 1931 at Framingham. Entered 
from Wilbraham Academy. Actifilien: Sociology Club 4; Men's Ju- 
diciary 3, 4; Soccer 1, 2; WMUA 2, 3, 4 (Chief .\nnouncer 4); Sigma 
Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4 (.Junior Marshal 3, Senior Marshal 4). 



JOHN MALCOLM MACLEOD. "Mac". Physical Education. 46 In- 
dependence Ave., Quincy. Born in 1932 at Quincy. Entered from 
Quincy High School. Actii-ifies: Phi-Ed Club 3, 4; Varsity "M" Club 
2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-captain 4); Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice- 
President 3, 4; Inter-Greek Ball Committee 3: Theta Chi 3, 4. 



WILLIAM EDWARD MAHONEY. Chemistry. 423 Allen St., Spring- 
field. Born in 1932 at Springfield. Transfer from Holyoke Junior 
College. Aclirities: Index 4; Chemistry Club 2, 3, 4; Chemical En- 
gineering Club 4; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Lacrosse 2, 3; Dean's List 1, 
4; Military Ball Committee 3; Spring Day Committee 2; American 
Chemical Society 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 2, 3, 4 (Social Chairman 
4, Secretary 4). 



ROBERT FRANCIS MALIFF. Accounting. 190 Main St., North 
Easton. Born in 1933 at Boston. Entered from Oliver Ames High 
School. Activities: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 4. 



PATRICIA M. MANSFIELD. English. 41 South High St., BondsviUe. 
Born in 1932 at Schenectady, N. Y. Entered from Nott Terrace High 
School. Activities: Operetta Guild 2, 3, 4; Education Club 3; Newman 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Executive Committee 3); Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Dean's 
List 2, 3, 4; Mother's Week-End Committee 1; Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 
(Corresponding Secretary 3, Vice-President 4). 



MARTA MAPES. Economics. 608 Bridge St., North Weymouth. Born 
in 1933 at Bri.stol, R. I. Entered from Weymouth High School. 
Activities: Handbook 3; Operetta Guild 1, 2, 3, 4; Economics Honor 
Society 3, 4 (Vice-President 3, President 4); V. of M. Broadcasting 
Association 4; Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 
1, 2, 3, 4; Honors Work 4. 



WAYNE WILFRED MARCOTTE. English Literature. S3 Canal St., 
South Hadley Falls. Born in 1932 at Holvoke. Entered from South 
Hadley High School. Activities: Index 1, 2, 3, 4 (Editor-in-Chief 4); 
Quarterly 2, 3, 4 (Editor-in-Chief 3, Poetry Editor 2, 4) ; International 
Relations Club 2, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Adelphia 4; Dean's List 
1, 2, 3, 4. 




[257; 




GEORGE MARR, JR. "Gigg". Chemistry. 781 North St., Pittsfield. 
Born in 1931 at New York City. Transfer from Norwich University. 
Activities: Band 3; Orchestra 3; American Cliemistry Society 4; 
Cliemistry Club 4. 



DUDLEY RUSSEL MARSH. "Dud". Mathematics. Airport Rd., Dud- 
ley. Born in 1933 at Worcester. Transferred from Worcester Junior 
College. 



HERBERT VERNER MARSH, JR. "Chick". Chemistry. Pantry 
Rd., North Hatfield. Born in 1931 at York, Pennsylvania. Entered 
from Deerfield Academy. Activities: Chemistry Club 3, 4; Varsity 
"M" Club 4; Soccer 2; Lacrosse 2, 3. 4. 



LOUIS HENRY MARSHALL, JR. Electrical Engineering. Main St., 
East Falmouth. Born in 1928 at New Bedford. Entered from Law- 
rence High School. Activities: Roister Doisters 1, 2; Newman Club 1, 
3, 4; Senate 2; Student Life Committee 2, 3; Interfraternity Council 
3, 4 (Vice-President 3, President 4); Inter-Class Plays 1, 2; Inter- 
Greek Ball Committee 4; Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4. 



JUDITH ALDEN MARTIN. "Judy". Sociology. 626 Grove St., Fram- 
ingham. Born in 1932 at Framingham. Entered from Framingham 
High School. Activities: Naiads 4; Outing Club 1, 2; Women's Ath- 
letic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2; Dean's List 3; Carnival Com- 
mittee 3; Kappa Kappa Gamma 2, 3, 4. 



JOHN VYN MARX. "Johnny". Marketing. 61 Easthampton Rd., 
Holyoke. Born in 1932 at Holyoke. Entered from Holyoke High 
School. Activities: Business Administration Club 3, 4; Fencing Club 
3, 4; Senate 2; Soccer 1 (Co-Captain); Baseball 1; Dean's List 3; 
Chaplain's Council 3, 4; Phi Sigma Kappa 2, 3, 4. 



JOAN GERTRUDE McALEVEY. "Joanie". English. 241A Windsor 
PI., Brooklyn, New York. Born in 1933 at Brooklyn, New York. 
Transfer from Adelphi College. Activities: Collegian 3, 4 (Assign- 
ment Editor 4); French Club 3, 4; Canterbury Club 3, 4; Dean's 
List 1, 2, 3; Kappa Alpha Theta 1, 2, 3, 4. 



LAWRENCE EDWARD McALLISTER. "Larry". Chemistry. 12 Cen- 
tral St., Turners Falls. Born in 1931 at Turners Falls. Entered from 
Turners Falls High School. Activities: Chemistry Club 2, 3, 4. 



CHARLES DANIEL McCARTHY. "Mac". Physics. 154 Main St., 
Hudson. Born in 1931 at Hudson. Entered from Cushing Academy. 
Activities: U. of M. Amateur Radio Association 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 3, 
President 4) ; LT. of M. Broadcasting Association 3, 4; Pistol Team 3, 4. 



ELIZABETH ANN McCARTHY. "Betty Ann". Zoology. 154 Main 
St., Hudson. Born in 1932 at Hudson. Transfer from Emmanuel 
College. Activities: I/Utheran Club 4; Dean's List 3. 



258 



MARY.IANK MrCARTin . Ilisl.iiy. l.VI. M.iln SI., llii,ls.,n. Bern 
1!I33 at Hudson. Transfer from Framiiiglinin 'IVaclicrs Collcfji'- -I''' 
Ii'ck: Roister Doisters S; Women's Atliletic Association '2, !i, !■: Xe 
man Club '->, 3, 4; Pre- Veterinary CIul) 'i. 



WILLIAM WALKER MrGOWEN, .Sun. "Mac". >Lirkclin^'. Kil) 
CliieoniaiLsett Village, Williniansett. Born in ]!)3() at Springlielil. 
Entered from Catliedral Ilif;li School. Artleilicx: Business Adminis- 
tration Club 4; Pre-Mcdical Club 1; Xewman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Execu- 
tive Committee 1); Men's .ludiciarv 3, 4; S])rinf; Dav Committee 3; 
WMTIA 4: Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, i, 3, 4. 



FRANCIS P.\TRICK MoIXERXEY. "ALic". IIisl<,rv. 71 Lamb St., 
South lladley. Born in 1!K>(> at Ilolyokc. Kntcrcd' from Williston 
Academy. Acfirities: Camera Club 4; Intenintional Relations Club 4; 
Newman Club 3, 4; House Counselor 3, 4: Dean's List 'i, 3, 4. 



EDWARD ROBERT M< LACCHLIX. "Mac". Pre-Dcntal. 69 Wau- 
sliakuni SL, Framingliani. Born in 11)3',' at FraTuingham. Entered from 
Framingliam High School. Actirilies: Pre-Medieal Club 3, 4 (Secretary 
4); Intramural Football 1, '2, 3, 4; Softball 1, i, 3, 4; Basketball 1, i, 
3, 4; Dean's List 3, 4. 



E. JEAN ISIcLELLAN. Chemistry. 1833 Hyde Park Ave., Readville. 
Born in 1931 at Boston. Entered from Hyde Park High School. 
Actieities: Operetta Guild 3, 4; Chemistry Club 1, 2; Canterbury 
Club 3, 4 (Co-Chairman 4); Student Christian Association 3, 4 
(Treasurer 4) ; Chaplain's Council 3, 4; MTRP 3, 4. 



ROBERT PHILIP McMAHON. "Bob". Business Administration. 
53 Albert St., Agawam. Born in 1932 at Springfield. Entered from 
Agawam High School. Activities: Business Administration Club 3, 4; 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4 (Social Chairman 3, 4, Vice-President 4). 



GEORGE LAWRENCE McMULLIN. "Mac". Animal Husbandry. 
52 Gannett Rd., Quincy. Born in 1931 at Quincy. Entered from 
Quincy High School. Actimties: Future Farmers of America 2, 3, 4; 
DeMolay Club 1: Adelphia 4; Maroon Key 2; Cross Country 1, 2, 4; 
Track 1, 2; Cheerleader 3; Little International Livestock Show 3; 
QTV 1, 2, 3, 4 (House Manager 4). 



REED TRINDER MELLOR. History. 83 Liberty St., South Acton. 
Bern in 1931 at New Bedford. Transfer from Northeastern University 
Activities: Varsitj' "M" Club 4; LaCrosse 2, 3, 4; Spring Day Com- 
mittee 3; History Club 4; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 3, 4. 



BARBARA ANN MENNARD. "Barb". History. 7 Church St., South 
Barre. Born in 1932 at Leesport, Pennsylvania. Entered from Barre 
High School. Activities: Roister Doisters 3, 4; Operetta Gild 2, 3, 4 
(Makeup Chairman 4); Education Club 4; Edwards Fellowship 2, 3; 
Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Chaplain's Council 4; 
MTRP 3, 4. 



CYRIL MILTON MERRITT. "Cy". Floriculture. 29 Cascade Rd., 
Worcester. Born in 1926 at Worcester. Entered from North High 
SchocL Activities: Floriculture Club 2, 3; U. of M. Broadcasting 
Association 1; Student Life Committee 2, 3, 4. 




[259] 




JOHN PRESTON MILLER. "Johnny". English. 101 King St., Read- 
ing. Born in 1933 at Cambridge. Entered from Reading High SchooL 
Activities: Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, i\ Christian Activities Club 4; 
Senate '•2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 3, i)\ Lacrosse 2, 3, 4; Chaplain's Council 
3, 4; Rifle Team 1; Dean's List 3, 4; Phi Mu Delta 1,2 ,3, 4 (Treas- 
urer 4). 



RICHARD LINWOOD MILLER. "Dick". Civil Engineering. Calkins 
Rd., Palmer. Born in 1932 at Palmer. Entered from Palmer High 
School. Activities: Civil Engineering Club 2, 3, 4. 



PETER PAUL MOKRZECKI. "Smokey". Public Health. 272 River 
Dr., North Hadley. Born in 1934 at North Hadley. Entered from 
Hopkins Academy. Activities: Chemistry Club 4. 



X.VNCY JEAN MONTGOMERY. Elementary Education. 53 Waverly 
St., Pittsfield. Born in 1932 at Pittsfield. Entered from Pittsfield 
High School. Activities: LTniversitv Concert Association 3, 4; Operetta 
Guild 2, 4; Naiads 1, 2, 3; Senate 4; Scrolls 2; Dean's List 3; Chi 
Omega 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 3, Vice President 4). 



COLIN LINTON MOODIE. "Lint". Industrial Engineering. 127 
Winton St., Springfield. Born in 1930 at Springfield. Entered from 
Springfield Technical High School. Activities: Electrical Engineering 
Club 2; Mechanical Engineering Club 4; Phi Mu Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. 



VANCE NEILY MORGAN. Floriculture. 315 Broadway, Methuen 
Born in 1933 at Methuen. Entered from Edward F. Searles High 
School. Activities: Operetta Guild 1, 2, 3, 4; Food Technology Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Edwards Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Horti- 
culture Show 1, 2, 3 4 (Student Vice-Chairman 4). 



MERNA MARCIA MORGENSTEIN. Elementary Education. 39 
Taylor St., Pittsfield. Born in 1933 at Pittsfield. Entered from Pitts- 
field High School. Activities: Collegian 1, 2; Index 3, 4; Education 
Club 3, 4: Hillel Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4 (Corresponding Secretary 2); 
Sigma Delta Tau 1, 2, 3, 4 (Historian 4). 



MARY-LOU MORIARTY. History. 304 Summer St., New Bedford. 
Born in 1933 at New Bedford. Entered from New Bedford High 
School. Activities: Collegian 3; International Relations Club 4; 
Women's Athletic A.ssociation 1, 2; Scrolls 2; Class Officer 2; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 3). 



RICHARD ERLAND MORTBERG. "Mort". Chemistry. 34 Brown 
St., Springfield. Born in 1932 at Fitchburg. Transfer from American 
International College. Activities: Chemistry Club 4. 



SHIRLEY MITCHELL MOSER. German. 121 Meadow St., North 
Amherst. Born in 1923 at Hadley. Entered from Amherst High 
School. Activities: German Club 3, 4 (President_4); Newman Club 1; 
Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Commuter's Organization 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma 
Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4 (Registrars). 



260 



HENRY MOSYCIIUK. Arnrki-tinR. .'<(! Wliitiiif; St., r,.vriii. Bom in 
1!)3'2 at Lynn. EiitiTed IVdiii Lyiiii Cl.issical llif;li ScIkidI. Arlin'llcx: 
Business Administration Club 3, 4; ^'arsity "M" C'lul) '-',:),!• (Troas- 
urcr 3); Basketball 1, i, 3, 1 (Captain 3); House Counseloi- 3; 
Campus Varieties 1; Plii Sigma Kappa 2, 3, 4. 

NANCY .IKAN MOTTE. "Nan". Medi.vil Teclinology. 15(i Oakiialo 
Ave., Dedliani. Born in 1!)33 at Dedham. Entered from Dedliam Iligli 
School. .((■/(>// /cv.- I.NDKX 1; Xaiads 1, i, 3, 4: Women's Atliletic Asso- 
ciation 1, '2, 3, 4 (.Swim Manager i); Wonien'.s Judiciary 1, '2, 3, 4 
(Chief .lu.sl ice t); l,sog,)ri 4: Scrolls '>; House Counselor 3; 'Dean's List 
■i, 3, 4; Klinl Oratorical Contest 3 (First Place): Carnival Commit- 
tee 3 (Cliairmaii .\ctivitics Committee); Commonwealth Scholarship 
i, 3, 4; Kappa Kapp.i (iannna 1, '2, 3, 4 (Secretary 4). 



BARBARA ANN MIILLINS. English. 9'2 High St., Turners Falls. 
Born in 1!)3'2 at Turners Falls. Entered from Turners Falls High 
School. Aclh'ilies: Index 4: Education Club 3, 4; French Club 1, '2; 
Women's Athletic Association '2; Newman Club 1, i, 3, 4; Chi 
Omega 1, 2, 3, 4. 



EDGAR JOHN MULLINS, JR. Business Administration. 92 High 
St., Turners Falls. Born iu 1932 at Turners Falls. Transfer from 
American International College. Aclivilies: Business Administration 
Club 3, 4. 



JEAN MARIE MURDOCK. "Jeannie". Psychology. 3 Moreland Rd., 
Quincy. Born in 1932 at Boston. Entered from Quincy High School. 
Artivities: Chorale 2, 3, 4 (Senior Manager 4); Operetta Guild 1, 2, 3, 
4; Scrolls 2; Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Pledge Trainer 4). 



BERNARD ANTHONY MURRAY. "Ben". Chemistry. 37 Marietta 
St., North Adams. Born in 1932 at North Adams. Entered from 
Drury High School. Actmties: Chemistry Club 2, 3, 4; Education 
Club 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Military Ball Committee 3. 



JOHN WHITMORE MURRAY. Marketing. 66 W'arwick Rd., Med- 
ford. Born in 1931 at Medford. Entered from Bridgton Academy. 
Activities: Academic Activities Board 2; Handbook 2 (Business Man- 
Jiger); Business Administration Club 4; Varsity "M" Club 2, 3, 4; 
Edwards Fellowship 1, 2; Student Christian Association 1, 2; Cross 
Country 1; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 3; Carnival Committee 3; 
Spring Day Committee 3; Alpha Gamma Rho 1, 2, 3, 4 (Social Chair- 
man 2, 3, 4). 

WALTER EDWARD NAIDA. Physical Education. 40 11th St., 
Turners Falls. Born in 1931 at Turners Falls. Transfer from Boston 
University. Aclivities: Education Club 4; Phi-Ed Club 2, 3, 4; Varsity 
"M" Club 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 3, 4); Football 2, 3, 4 (Captain 4); 
Baseball 2, 3, 4; Lambda Chi Alpha 2, 3, 4. 

BENJAMIN WILLIAM NASON. "Ben". Forestry. 168 Main St., 
Foxboro. Born in 1933 at Cambridge. Entered from Foxboro High 
School. Activities: Forestry Club 1, 2, 3„ 4 (President 4); Newman 
Club 2, 3, 4; Swimming 1 ; Dean's List 3, 4; Phi Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. 

BESSIEMAE NAVA. "Beth". Sociology. 11 Beach St., W'e.stboro. Born 
in 1!)33 at Salisbury, Md. Entered from Westboro High School. Activi- 
ties: Index 3, 4; Roister Doisters 3, 4; Operetta Guild 2, 3, 4; Edu- 
cation Club 3, 4; Sociology Club 3, 4 (Secretary 4) ; Women's Athletic 
Association 2, 3; Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; House 
Counselor 4; Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Carnival Ball Committee 3; Parents' 
Week-end Committee 1; Soph-Senior Hop Committee 4; Vocational 
Committee 3; W'inter Carnival Fashion Show 1, 3; Kappa Alpha 
Theta 1, 2, 3, 4 (Scholarship Chairman 4) . 




261 




JOAN CECILE NELSON. "Jo". History. 307 Main St., Fairhaven. 
Born in 1!)3S at New Berlford. Transfer from Bridgewater State 
Teachers College. Aclirilicx: Education Club 3, 4; Newman Club 
•i, 3, 4; M.T.R.l'. '2, 3, i (Publicity Chairman 3). 



HTCH.XRI) II.VRRY NORMAN. "Dicka". Physical Education. 404 
WnsluTifjIoii St., Fairhaven. Born in 1932 at Brockton. Entered from 
Kairhavcn High School. Aclivifies: Dance Band 1, 2: Education Club 
3; Phi-Education Club 4; Varsity Basketball 2, 3; Varsity Baseball 
2, 3, 4; Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 4). 



MILDRED IRENE NYBERG. "MiUy". Economics. 16 Volu.sia Rd., 
East Weymouth. Born in 1932 at Weymouth. Entered from Wey- 
mouth nigh School. Activities: Index 4; Operetta Guild 3, 4; Eco- 
nomics Honor Society 3, 4 (Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4); Women's 
Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4 (Publicity Manager 4); Student Chris- 
tian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2; Dean's 
List 1, 2, 3, 4. 



ELDINE JUNE NYLANDER. "Deanie". Home Economics. 93 South 
Main St., Athol. Born in 1932 at Athol. Transfer from Framingham 
State Teachers College. Activities: Women's Athletic Association 3, 4; 
Athletics Board 3; House Counselor 4; Kappa Kappa Gamma 3, 4. 



EDWARD JOSEPH O'DAY, JR. "Ed". History. 19 North Main St., 
North Brookfield. Born in 1932 at West Brookfield. Entered from St. 
Peters High School. Activities: Education Club 4; International Re- 
lations Club 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi 
Mu Delta 1, 2, 3, 4 (Steward 2, House Manager 3, 4). 



JOHN JOSEPH O'DONNELL. "Jack". Chemistry. 169 Allyn St., 
Holyoke. Born in 1932 at Holyoke. Entered from Holyoke High 
School. Activities: Roister Doisters 1; Dance Band 1; Chemistry Club 

2, 3, 4; Varsity "M" Club 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1, 2, 

3, 4; Golf 3, 4; Carnival Ball Committee 3; Senior Banquet Com- 
mittee 4; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 4, President 4). 



JOSEPH PAUL O'HARE. Chemistry. 154 Walnut St., Holyoke. Born 
in 1932 at Holyoke. Transfer from Holyoke Junior College. Activities: 
Pre-Medical Club 1 ; Newman Club 1. 



MARTHA OKUN. "Marti". Home Economics. 249 Dickinson St., 
Springfield. Born in 1932 at Springfield. Transfer from Bcston LTni- 
versity. Activities: Index 2, 3; Education Club 3, 4; Home Economics 
Club 2, 3, 4; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 2, 3; Omicron Nu 4; Dean's 
List 2, 3, 4; Campus Varieties 2; Carnival Committee 3; Knowlton 
House Treasurer 3. 



EDITH ANNA OLESON. "Edie". Sociology. 62 North Prospect St., 
Amherst. Born in 1932 at Northampton. Entered from Amherst 
High School. Activities: Sociology Club 4; Spanish Club 2; Square 
Dance Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Student 
Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Delta Nu 2, 3, 4. 



OWEN RICHARD O'NEIL. Government. 3 Corser St., Holyoke. Born 
in 1932 at Holyoke. Entered from Holyoke High School. Activities: 
Newman Club 1, 2; Soccer 3; Lambda Chi Alpha 2, 3, 4. 



[262] 



nONAI.I) lUCHAlU) OUMIUII). I'livsiciil KdiirMl 
SI., Wurrcstci-. Hcirri in IIKid iil Woivcslrr. Kii 

Ili^li Si'l I. Arliritirs: I'lii-Kd Cliil. I, ■.', :!, 4; !• 

lull 1. 



II. !(;■,' Milliiniiil; 
i-cl Inn, I Nnrlh 
.ll.nll I: Itiiskt'l- 



ANTHONY LOlUS PACUKCO. Zoology, i) Cleveland St., Soutli 
Dartniouth. Born in MVii at New Bedford. Entered from Dartinoutli 
High Seliool. Aclivilies: Academic Activities Board 'i; llaiidliook 
3 (Bu.siness Manager); Orchestra 1; Pre-medical Clul) -I. ;i; Alpha 
{iamma Rho 1, i, 3, 4 (Alumni Secretary 3, Secretary i): Tennis 3; 
Zoology Clul) 4. 



B.VRBARA SITE PADDEN. Science-Education. 342 Sargent St., Hcl- 
yoke. Born in Wii at Holyoke. Entered from Holyoke High School. 
Activities: Handbook '2; Index 4; Roister Doisters 3, 4; Operetta 
Guild 'i, 3, 4; Education Club 3, 4; Spanish Club '2; Women's Ath- 
letic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, '2, 3, 4; M.T.R.P. '2, 3; 
Little Indian Frosh Paper 1. 



ALBIN RAYMOND PALCZYNSKI, JR. Mechanical Engineering. 
128 Grover St., Springfield. Born in 1926 at Westfield. Transfer from 
University of Oklahoma. Activities: American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers 3, 4; Society of Automotive Engineers 4; Dean's List 1, 2; 
Upsilon Mu Epsilon (Honorary Engineering Society) 3, 4 (Treasurer 
3; President 4). 



MARILEA ANNE PAPALIA. Animal Husbandry. Stonehouse, Olean 
St., Worcester. Born in 1932 at Worcester. Entered from Classical 
High School. Activities: Animal Husbandry Club 4; Newman Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Little International Livestock Show 3; Dean's List 1, 2, 
3, 4; Honors Work 4; Judging Teams 3, 4; International Club 2. 



JOHN EDWARD PAPP. "Pappy". Mathematics. Main Rd., North 
Falmouth. Born in 1932 at New Bedford. Entered from Lawrence 
High School. Activities: Math Club 3, 4; Newman Club 1; Dean's 
List 1; Military Ball Committee 3. 



ANTHONY JAMES PAPPAS. "Tony". Philosophy. 608 North Main 
St., Palmer. Born in 1932 at Palmer. Entered from Palmer High 
School. 



JULIA MAY PARMELEE. "Julie". Home Economics. 185 Elm St., 
Woodstown, New Jersey. Born in 1932 at Salem, New Jersey. En- 
tered from Woodstown Public School. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Operetta Guild 4; Education Club 3; 4-H Club 1; Home Economics 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 2); Student Christian Association 1, 2; 
Dean's List 3; Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



EDWARD J. PARRY, JR. Business Administration. 187 West Park 
St., Lee. Born in 1930 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Entered from 
Lenox Preparatory School. Activities: Dean's List 2. 



VIRGINIA ANN PARSONS. "Ginny". Sociology. 98 Spring St., 
Northampton. Born in 1932 at Northampton. Entered from North- 
ampton High School. Activities: Roister Doisters 1, 2; Operetta 
Guild 2; Naiads 2, 3; Sociology Club 3, 4; Women's Athletic .\ssocia- 
tion 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 2, 3; Ski Club 1, 2; Inter-Class Plays 1: Dean's 
List 2, 3, 4; Carnival Ball Committee 3; Carnival Committee 2; 
Soph-Senior Hop Committee 2; Kappa Kappa Gamma 1, 2, 3, 4 
(Scholarship Chairman 4). 




263 




JOHN JOSEPH PASTERTS. Acrountiiif;. h2l MolvilU- St., Spring- 
field. Born in 1!);K> iil SprinKlicld. Kiilcrcd Inini Springlield Tfclmical 
High Scliool, Actirilu'.s: \;irsitv ".\1" Chib if, 4; Nt-wrnnii Club 1, i, 
3, i; Baskethall 1; Baseball 1, i; Dean's List 2, 3. 



KATHLEEN' P.\T('H. "Kathy". French. 11 Masonic Ave., Shel- 
burne Falls. B(irn in 1932 at Greenfield. Entered from Arms Acade- 
my. Aclifitics: iMlucation Club 3, 4; French Club 1. 



RICHARD SHELDON PATTERSON. Entomology. 23 Van Vechten 
St., Wallham. Born in lil32 at Wallliam. Entered from Waltham 
High School. Activities: Ecruing Club 2; Fernald Entomological 
Club 2, 3, 4; Outing Club 4; Rod and Gun Club 2; Edwards Fellow- 
ship 2, 3; Dean's List 3; QTV 3, 4. 



DONALD ALAN PEARSE. "Don". History. 158 West Wyoming Ave., 
Melrose. Born in 1933 at Stoneham. Entered from Melrose High 
School. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4 (Drum Major 3, 4, Manager 4); 
Newman Club 4; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4. 



IRVING THURE PEARSON. Industrial Administration. 3 Ockway 
St., Worcester. Born in 1931 at Worcester. Entered from Tilton 
School. Acti.mti.es: Business Administration Club 3, 4; Theta Chi 
1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1; Ski Team 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2; Carnival Ball 
Committee 3; Sophomore-Senior Hop Committee 2, 3. 



JOYCE A. PECK. Home Economics. Winter St., Barre. Born in 1932 at 
Worcester. Entered from Barre High School. Actizdties: Index 4; 
Chorale 3, 4; Operetta Guild 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Women's Athletic Association 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 1, 2; Dean's 
List 1, 2, 3; Campus Varieties 3, 4; Omicron Nu 4; Kappa Alpha 
Theta 1, 2, 3, 4 (Fraternity Educator 4). 



ROBERT DONALD PEDIGREE. "Bob". Physical Education. 136 
High St., Greenfield. Born in 1931 at Greenfield. Entered from 
Greenfield High School. Activities: Phi-Ed Club 3, 4; Varsity "M" 
Club 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Captain 1, 3, 4). 



JOHN GORRETT PENN. "Jack". Sociology. 12 Von Nido Ave., Pitts- 
field. Born in 1932 at Pittsfield. Entered from Pittsfield High School. 
Artii'ilies: Sociology Club 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Senate 1; 
Mar(]on Key 2 (Vice-President); Parents Day Committee 1; Phi 
Mu Delta 1, 2, 3, 4 (Rushing Chairman 2, Vice-President 4). 



FRANK STEVENS PERRIN. Entomology. 39 Bridge St., Amherst. 
Born in 1929 at Worcester. Entered from Westboro High School. 
Activities: Fernald Entomological Club 2, 3, 4; German Club 4; 
Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice President 3). 



JOAN MARIE PERRINO. "Jo". English. Harvard Rd., Littleton. 
Born in 1933 at Boston. Entered from Ayer High School. Activities: 
Inde.x 3; Operetta Guild 3; Math Club 3, 4 (Treasurer 4); Women's 
Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4 (Board Member 3); Newman Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; House Counselor 4; M.T.R.P. 2, 3; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 



264] 



JOSKIMI HICIIAm) I'KKROZZI. "Joe". Food Teclinology. 10 Ob- 
sir\,iliirv Avi'., Ilavcrliill. Horn in 1925 at Haverliill. ICiitered from 
llaNirliiil lligli Scliool. .iriiritir.s: Food Technology Club 3, i; Demi's 
List 1,^,3. 



JOANNE MARIE PETERSEN. "Jo". History, 159 Sohicr St., Cohas- 
set. Born in 193*2 at Cohasset. Entered from Cohasset High School. 
Actimtiea: Square Dance Club 1, '2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, -i; 
Dean's List 2. 



CONSTANCE LOUISE PETERSON. "Pete". Mathematics. 46 
Park Vale Ave., AUston. Born in 1933 at Pasadena, California. En- 
tered from Girls' Latin School. Activities: Operetta Guild 3, 4; Math 
Club 3, 4 (President 4); Naiads 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Athletic Associa- 
tion 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Savoyards 2; 
M.T.R.P. 2; Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Campus Varieties 4. 



JAMES PETRUZELLA. "Jim". Chemical Engineering. 123 Dantorth 
Ave., Pittsfield. Born in 1932 at Pittsfield. Entered from Pittsfield 
High School. Activities: Chemical Engineering Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treas- 
urer 3, 4, Program Director 3, 4) ; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 



JOSEPH L. PHELAN. "Pheno". General Business. 143 Brayton Ave., 
Fall River. Born in 1932 at Springfield. Entered from Coyle High 
School, Taunton. Activities: Varsity "M" Club 3, 4; Newman Club 
1, 2, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 3; Ski Club 1; Carnival Ball 
Committee 3; Phi Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. 



ABBIE ISABELLE PHELPS. "Ab". Home Economics. South St., 
Bernardston. Born in 1932 at Bernardston. Entered from Powers In- 
stitute. Activilies: Operetta Guild 3; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 
3, 4 (Vice President 3; Senior Representative 4); Outing Club 1; 
Square Dance Club 2, 3; Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Edwards Fellowship 1,2; Student Christian Association 3, 4; Isogon 4; 
Chaplain's Council 3, 4; House Counselor 3, 4 (House Chairman 4); 
Dean's List 3; Campus Varieties 4. 



ROBERT ARTHUR PHILLIPS. "Bob". Public Health. 6 Granite 
Rd., Saugus. Born in 1929 at Saugus. Entered from Saugus High 
School. Activities: Bacteriology Club 3, 4 (Vice-President 4). 



CYNTHIA MORSE PHIPPEN. Home Economics. 17 Lloyd St., Win- 
chester. Born in 1933 at Winchester. Entered from Winchester High 
School. Activities: Education Club 3, 4; Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4; 
Outing Club 1; Square Dance Club 1, 2; Women's Athletic Associa- 
tion 2, 4; Edwards Fellowship 1. 



EUGENE D. PICARD. "Gene". Government. 25 Church St., Spencer. 
Born in 1932 at Spencer. Entered from David Prouty High School. 
Activities: Interfraternity Council 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 3) ; Adelphia 
4; Maroon Key 2 (President); Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Historian 2). 



EDWARD ROBERT PIERCE. "Ed". Mechanical Engineering. 37 
Dane t., Amherst. Born in 1922 at St. Stephen, New Brunswick. 
Entered from St. Stephen's High School. Activities: Collegian 4; Agri- 
cultural Engineering Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 3, President 4); 
Mechanical Engineering Club 3, 4; Varsity "M" Club 2, 3, 4; Judson 
Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Christian Association 2, 3, 4; Cross 
Countrv 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4. 




S, . 1; 



^ 



-«^. 



■P< 



265 




LEONARD ALBERT PIERCE. "Lenny". Forestry. Wenham St., 
Plymouth. Born in 1931 at Wareham. Entered from Plymouth High 
School. Activitien: Forestry Club 2, 3, 4; Alpha Gamma Rho 1, 2, 3, 4. 



JOSEPH LEONARD PIGNATIELLO. "Joe". Physics. 7 Ellesmere 
St., Worcester. Born in 1930 at Fitchburg. Transfer from Worcester 
Junior College. Activities: Electrical Engineering Club 3; Lutheran 
Club 4. 



CHRISTINE PLATSIS. "Chris". Political Science. 50 Franklin St., 
Haverhill. Born in 193'-2 at Haverhill. Entered from Haverhill High 
School. Activities: Index 3, 4; Roister Doisters 2; Operetta Guild 2, 
3, 4; Chrysostom Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 4); Education Club 4 
International Relations Club 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 2, 3, 
Student Christian Association 3, 4; Chaplain's Coimcil 4; Campus 
Varieties 2; Carnival Committee 2; Mother's Week-End Committee 2. 



FRANCIS ANTHONY PODLESNEY. "Frank". Marketing. 412 
Main St., South Deerfield. Born in 1932 at South Deerfield. Entered 
from Deerfield High School. Activities: Business Administration 
Club 3, 4; Newman Club 3, 4; Dean's List 3; Phi Sigma Kappa 3, 4. 



RICHARD DONALD POIRIER. Chemistry. 472 Clarendon St., 
Fitchburg. Born in 1931 at Fitchburg. Transfer from Fitchburg 
State Teachers College. Activities: Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 



ROBERT POLLACK. "Bob". Mathematics. 32 Columbus Ave., 
Holyoke. Born in 1933 at Springfield. Entered from Holyoke High 
School. Activities: Chorale 1; Operetta Guild 2, 3, 4; Math Club 2, 3; 
Hillel 1, 2, 3; Dean's List 1, 3; Campus Varieties 1; Alpha Epsilon 
Pi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



WILLIAM MORGAN POTTS. "Bill". Government. 71 South Park 
Ave., Longmeadow. Born in 1932 at Worcester. Entered from Classi- 
cal High School. Activities: Index 3, 4 (Business Manager 4) ; Little 
Indian Staff 1; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 3, 4 
(Pledge Trainer 4, Chaplain 4). 

JOSEPH ALBERT POWERS. "Diamond Joe". Food Technology. 156 
Benedict Rd., Pittsfield. Born in 1931 at Swampscott. Entered from 
St. Joseph's High School. Activities: Food Technology Club 3, 4 
(Vice-President 3, 4); Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Inter-Fraternity Coun- 
cil 2, 3, 4; Adelphia 4 (President) ; MTRP 3, 4; Dean's List 1 ; Campus 
Varieties 4 (Co-Chairman 4); Campus Chest Committee 4; Carnival 
Committee 4; Mother's Week-End Committee 1; Soph-Senior Hop 
Committee 2; Inter-Greek Ball Committee 2, 3 (Chairman 3); 
Lambda Chi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4 (House Manager 2, 3, Steward 3). 



HELEN MARIE PRAETZ. Mathematics. 101 Knox St., Lawrence. 
Born in 1933 at Lawrence. Entered from Lawrence High School. 
Activities: Handbook 2, 3; Roister Doisters 2, 3; Operetta Guild 2, 3, 
4; Education Club 3, 4; German Club 1; Math Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice- 
President 3); Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 3, 4. 



LOUISE ANNE PRIDE. "Suzy". English. Dudley R>; , South Sud- 
bury. Born in 1932 at Sudbury. Transfer from L^niversity of Cincin- 
nati. Activities: Roister Doisters 2, 3; Chorus 2; Operetta Guild 3, 4; 
Women's Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; Savoyards 2; Dean's List 2; 
Campus Varieties 3, 4; Pi Beta Phi 3, 4. 



[266: 



PAUL INGHAM PUDDINGTOX. ••|'u,M". ClH.i.ii.slrv. (i(iA IIIkIi 
St., Hanson. Born in 1!)33 at Springlii'lil. ICiiti-ivd Iroiii'iMl. Ilcrnioii 
Scliool. Aclimliex: Clicniistry Clul) '2, 3, 4; Varsity "M" Clulj 3, 4; 
Socrer 1, 'I, 3, 4 (Captain 4); Lacro.s.se ■i; Dean'.s Li.st 1, 3, 4; Sigma 
Alpha Kpsilnn 1, -2, 3, 4. 



IJOBiarr K1J-IS PVWELL. "Py". Fciiostiy. Un Puigel Ave, Med- 
loril. Born in \Oii at Boston. Entered from l,irieoln Pre])aratory 
.Seliool. ActinlieK: Forestry Clul) 1, '2, 3, 4; Ski Clnli 1: InterFralernity 
Judiciary Board 3 (Vice-Grand-.Iustic'c); Ilortienltnrc Sliow 1, 'i, 3, 
4; QTV i, '2, 3, 4 (President 4). 



RICHARD WILLIAM (^IIXZAXI. "Dick". Electrical Engineering. 
41 Wood Terr., Franiinf,'liani. Horn in 10'2H at Framingliam. Transfer 
from Worcester .Innior Cullege. Aclinlic.s: Electrical Engineering 
Club 2, 3, 4; Newman Club '2, 4; American Institute of Electrical 
Engineers 2, 3, 4. 



PAUL ROSWELL RAYMOND. Zoology. 25 Vermont Ave., Dracut. 
Born in 1933 at Dracut. Entered from Dracut High School. Activities: 
Phi Sigma Kappa 3, 4. 



CHARLES EDWIN REDMAN. "Chuck". Poultry Husbandry. 29 
South Pleasant St., .\mherst. Born in 1931 at Pawtucket, R. I. En- 
tered from Mansfield Iligli School. Activities: Varsity "M" Club 
2, 3, 4; Newman Clulj 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice President 3); Interfraternity 
Council 3, 4 (Secretary); Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 2, 3; Carni- 
val Ball Committee 3; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 3). 



JOAN SIMKINS REDMAN. Economics. 29 South Pleasant St., Am- 
herst. Born in 1933 at Flushing, N. Y. Entered from Great Neck 
High School. Activities: L'niversity Concert Association 2, 3; Operetta 
Guild 1, 2, 3; Women's Athletic Association 1, 2; Dean's List 2, 3; 
Carnival Ball Committee 3; Chi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4. 



HERMAN RONALD RESNICK. "Ozzie". Food Technology. 36 
Highland Ave., Cambridge. Born in 1932 at Boston. Entered from 
Chelsea High School. Activities: Collegian 2, 3 (Circulation Manager 
3); Food Technology Club 3, 4 (Secretary 4); V. of M. Amateur 
Radio Association 2, 4; Hillel Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4; Tau Epsilon 
Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 (A.ssistant Bursar 2; Housemanager 3); Freshman Ba.s- 
ketball Manager 1; Military Ball Committee 2, 3, 4; Spring Day 
Committee 3. 



CHARLES FRANCIS REEVES. "Chuck". Civil Engineering. 411 
Lake Ave., Worcester. Born in 1929 at Lowell. Transfer from LT. S. 
Merchant Marine Academy, Kings Point. Activities: Dean's List 2, 3, 
4; American Society of Civil Engineers 2, 3, 4 (President 4). 



AVILLIAM JOHN REX. "Bill". Physical Education. 475 Franklin St., 
Mansfield. Born in 1931 at Boston. Entered from Monson Academy. 
Activities: Education Club 3, 4 (President 4); Phi-Ed Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Varsity "M" Club 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 4); Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Class Officer 4 (Treasurer); Dean's List 3, 4; Lambda Chi Alpha 
2, 3, 4. 



ELBERT LAWRENCE RICHARDS. "Bert". Chemical Engineering. 
91 Lymon St., South Hadley. Born in 1932 at South Hadley. Entered 
from South Hadley High School. Activities: Chemical Engineering 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 3); Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 3; 
Phi Mu Delta 2, 3, 4. 




[26?: 




WILLIAM RIPLEY III. "Rip". Forestry. 13 Beechwood St., Cohasset. 
Born in 1931 at Weymouth. Entered from Cohasset High School. 
Activities: Forestry Club 3, 4; Carnival Committee 3; Kappa Sigma 
i, 3, 4. 



JANE CAROLEN ROBERTS. Pre-Med. King St., Groveland. Born 
in 1932 at Groveland. Entered from Groveland High School. Activities: 
Operetta Guild 1, 2, 3, 4; Pre-Medical Club 3, 4; Dean's Li.st 1, 2, 
3, 4; Honors Work 4; Campus Varieties 3. 



JANET MAY ROBINSON. "Jan". Government. Pleasant St., Men- 
don. Born in 1932 at Worcester. Entered from Mendon High School. 
Activities: Index 3, 4; Education Club 4; International Relations 
Club 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Carnival Committee 2, 3; Pi Beta Phi 
1,2,3,4 (Historian 3). 



PHYLLIS J. ROBINSON. "Phyll". English, 8 Storkey Ave., Attleboro. 
Born in 1932 at Attleboro. Entered from Attleboro High School, 
Activities: Index 3, 4; Operetta Guild 3, 4; Women's Athletic Associ- 
ation 1, 2, 3, 4; Edwards Fellowsliip 1, 2; Student Christian Associa- 
tion 1, 3, 4; Panhellenc Council. 2, 3, 4; Scrolls 2; Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



MORRIS ROBERT RODMAN. "Moe". Poultry Husbandry. 200 
Momitain St., Sharon. Born in 1932 at Boston. Entered from Sharon 
High School. Activities: Hillel Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4; Military Ball 
Committee 2; Air Cadet Squadron 1, 2; Tau Epsilon Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



JOSEPH RICHARD ROGERS III. Physical Education. Strong St , 
Amherst. Born in 1931 at Worcester. Entered from Amherst High 
School. Activities: Education Club 3, 4; Phi-Ed Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Var- 
sity "M" Club 2, 3, 4; Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Pistol Team 2, 3, 4; Theta 
Chi 2, 3, 4 (Pledge Marshal 4). 



DOROTHY ANN ROHAN. "Dot". Bacteriology. Born in 1926 at 
Holyoke. Transfer from Massachusetts General Hospital School of 
Nursing. 



STEPHEN LEWIS ROOT. Pomology. 51 North Main St., W^est 
Hartford, Conn. Born in 1927 at W'est Hartford. Transfer from Ken- 
yon College. Activities: Pomology Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 3, Vice- 
President 4); Lacrosse 2; Wrestling 3; Horticulture Show Council 4. 



ROBERTaEDWIN ROSA. "Bob". Landscape Architecture. 45 Pond 
St., W^estwood. Born in 1930 at New Haven, Connecticut. Entered 
from Weymouth High School. Activities: Landscape Architecture 
Club 2, 3,' 4; Interfraternitv Council 2, 3; Intermural Football 2, 3, 4; 
Intermural Softball 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 3, 4; Inter-Greek Ball Com- 
mittee 3; Horticulture Show 2, 3, 4; Q.T.V. 2, 3, 4 (Social Chairman 
3; Vice President 4). 



MARVIN ROSEN. "Marv". Marketing. 235 Freeman St., Brookline. 
Born in 1931 at Boston. Entered from Brookline High School. Activi- 
ties: Collegian 1, 2 (Circulation Manager 2); Business Administration 
Club 3, 4; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; Military Ball Committee 3; Tau Epsilon 
Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 (House Manager 4). 



[268] 



.IllDITII ItOSXK'K. •Miidy". Ilmu,- K.oiioini.s. ,W Kldi-idno SI., 
S|ii-iiiKlicl(l. Mcjni ill !!«:! al Spi-iiifjiiclil. TraiislVr I'imiti Americtui 
liilrniMlioiKil CollcKc. Arliri/li'.i: Iliiiidlmok ;i; Index ■)•; OporollM 
Ciiild .-i; Kdui-iliiiii ("lull 1; Ildim- Kcoiioniics Cliil) ',>, 3, I-; Woiiicii's 
AtliU'lif Associiilidii ■>, H. I: Ilillol '2, ;i, t; Sifjiiia Delia Tan:), 4. 



MKVKKl.V ROSS. "Bcv'". Mfrvliandising. 7 liicliiiiand IM., Xalick. 

H(,ni in ll);!;ial Xrwion. Kiiloml rroni Xatick llifili Sc-i I. .{,-tirllies: 

Roister Duislers '.J; Cliorus ;i; Bii.siiiess Adininistralidii Club 1; Iliimc 
Keonoiiiics Clul) 1, 'i, 3, 4; Wesley Foiiiidation 1 ; Dean's List 1, '2, 3, +; 
Campus Varieties 3. 




JAMES D. ROSS. Finanre. 1.5 ^rillliury St., Grafton. Born in I9i3 at 
Grafton. Entered from Wentwortli Institute. Actirities: Business 
Administration Cluli 3, 4; Outing Cluli i: Edwards Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 
4; Student Life Committee 3; Dean's List 1, '2, 3; Listructor Air 
ROTC 2, 3, 4: Phi Sigma Kappa 3, 4. 



PRISCILLA CHRISTIXE RITDER. "Pris". Landscape Architecture. 
,54 Snell St., Amherst. Born in 1932 at Pittsburgh, Pa. Transfer from 
Colby College. Adleilies-: Chori's 2: Operetta Guild 2, 3, 4; Landscape 
.Vrciiitecture Club 2, 3, 4 (Secretary) ; Women's Athletic Association 
4; Dean's Li.st 3, 4; Carnival Ball Connnittee 3, 4; Senior Week Com- 
mittee 4; Horticulture Show 2, 3, 4; Horticulture Show Council 3, 4; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 2, 3, 4 (President 4). 



BARB.\R.V ROSE RlXiAXL "Rugg". Home Economics. 37 Girard 
A\c., Springfii'lil. Born in 1932 at Springfield. Entered from Spring- 
field 'rcchiiical High School. Activities: Operetta Guild 3, 4; Home 
Economics Club 2, 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; New- 
man Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Soph-Senior Hop Committee 4 (Co-Chairman). 



ROBERT HARPER RUSSELL. "Sharky". Chemistry. 659 South- 
bridge St., Worcester. Born in 1931 at Worcester. Entered from 
South High School. Activities: Operetta Guild 3, 4; Fencing Club 1, 2 
(Master-at-Arms 2); Senate 3, 4 (Chairman Public Relations 4); 
Freshman Cross Country 1: Assistant Drill Master 3, 4; Theta Chi 
2, 3, 4. 



BARBARA ANN RYAN. "Barb". Elementary Education. 22 Curtis 
Terr., Pittsfield. Born in 1932 at Pittsfield. Entered from St. Joseph's 
High School. Activities: Index 4; Llniversity Concert Association 2, 3; 
Operetta Guild 2, 3, 4: Education Club 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Carnival Ball Committee 3; Chi Omega 3, 4. 



PHYLLIS ANNE SALVINI. "Phyl". English. Prospect Terr., Chester. 
Born in 1932 at Westfield. Entered from Chester High School. 
Activities: Handbook 3; Index 4; Chorale 3; Operetta Guild 3, 4; 
Education Club 3, 4; JJ. of M. Broadcasting Association 4; Women's 
Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 2; 
Old Chapel Bells 2, 3, 4. 



JOYCE SARGENT. Home Economics. Old Ayer Rd., Groton. Born in 
1932 At Ayer. Entered from Groton High School. Activities: Home 
Economics Club 2, 3, 4; Square Dance Club 2, 4; Women's Athletic 
Association 1, 2, 3, 4. 



JOHN ROBERT SAULNIER. Engli.sh. 269 A.sh St., Reading. Born in 
1931 at Gilbertville. Entered from North Brookfield High School. 
Activities: Chorus 1; Geology Club 1, 2, 3; Newman Club 1, 2; Dean's 
List 3; Campus Varieties 3. 




269 




MARIE ELIZABETH SAUNDERS. English. P.O. Box 67, Griswold- 
ville. Born in 1932 at Newport, R. I. Entered from Arms Academy. 
Activities: Education Club 3, 4; Dean's List 2, 3. 



BERNARD KARL SAYDLOWSKI. "Bernie". Chemical Engineering. 
North St., Hatfield. Born in 1932 at Northampton. Entered from 
Smith Academy. Activities: Chemical Engineering Club 1, 2, 3, 4 
(Vice-President 3, 4, Program Chairman 4); Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Military Ball Committee 4. 



DOROTHY ALICE SAZAMA. "Alice". Education. North Rd., 
Il.inipden. Born in 1932 at Vincennes, Indiana. Entered from Spring- 
held C'lassical High School. Activities: Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Dean's 
List 3. 



CARMELO .lOSKPlI SCLDERI. Mechanical Engineering. 71 Bruns- 
wick St., .'^iiriiif^licid. Burn in 1925 at Springfield. Entered from 
Technical High School. Activities: American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2; LTpsilon Mu Epsilon 3, 4 (Vice 
President 4). 



DAVID PHILLIP SEGAL. "Dave". Food Technology. 298 Waltham 
St., West Newton. Born in 1931 at Cambridge. Entered from Newton 
High School. Activities: Food Technology Club 3, 4; Hillel 1, 2, 3; 
Senate 1; Maroon Key 2; Inter-Class Pl'avs 1; MTRP 2, 3; Spring 
Day Committee 2; WMUA 3; Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4 (Steward 4). 



HERMIA IRVINA SEIDMAN. Elementary Education. 128 Com- 
monwealth Ave., Springfield. Born in 1932 at Springfield. Entered 
from Springfield Classical High School. Activities: Collegian 3, 4 
(Subscription Manager 3, 4); Education Club 3, 4; German Club 2; 
Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4 (Recording Secretary 3, Editor of "Hillelite" 2, 3; 
Corresponding Secretary 2); Scrolls 2; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Wom- 
en's Athletic Association 4; Sigma Delta Tau 1, 2, 3, 4 (Stewardess 4). 



DONALD GEORGE SHAW. Physics. 13 Belmont Ave., Northampton. 
Born in 1929 at Northampton. Transfer from Worcester Junior 
College. 



NATHAN REID SHAW. "Nate". Chemistry. 130 Hillside Rd., Frank- 
lin. Born in 1932 at Providence, R. I. Entered from Franklin High 
School. Activities: Band 3, 4; Chemistry Club 3, 4: Chemical En- 
gineering Club 3; American Chemical Society Student Affiliate 3, 4. 



MARY ANN SHEA. English. 6 Taylor St., Holyoke. Born in 1931 at 
Holyoke. Transfer from Massachusetts School of Art. Activities: Quar- 
terly 3, 4 (Literary Staff 3, Editor 4); Education Club 4; Women's 
Athletic Association 3, 4; Newman Club 4; Commuter's Club 4; 
LTniversity of Massachusetts Literary Discussion Association 4. 



RICHARD NEVILLE SHEA. History. 9 Gardner St., Newton. Born 
in 1932 at Waltham. Transfer from Newton Junior College. Activities: 
Education Club 3, 4; Newman Club 3, 4. 



270 



BAliUAUA I'ATKK'IA SIIOK'I'. "l{;iil)". I'sydiology. IS WVIleslcy 
Rd., tfcitiiate. Born in l!)3'i at Cambridgi'. Transfer from University 
of Maine. Aclimties: Operetta Guild 3, •(■; Dean's List 2, 3, \. 



AUDREY SUVALLE SIIUMAN. Sociology. 1!) Owen St., Mattapan. 
Born in 1033 at Boston. Entered from Girls' Latin School. Activities: 
Inokx 3. 4 (Stnlislics Editor -t); Operetta Guild 4; Sociology Club 3, 
4; Women's Allilrli<' Association 1, -2, 3, 4; Hillel 1, '2; Dean's List '2, 
4; Sigma Delta Tau -2, 3, 4. 



ALLEN LESLEY SHUMWAY, JR. "Al". Englisli. The Bars, Deer- 
field. Born in 1932 at Greenfield. Entered from Deerfield High School. 
Actirilies: Collegian 2, 3, 4 (Editor 3; Sports Editor 3, 4) ; Dance Band 
2, 3, 4; Swimming Team 4 (Manager 4); Cross Country 1; Alpha Phi 
Omega 1, 2, 3, 4; Pistol Team 3, 4 (Manager 3); Military Ball Com- 
mittee 2; WMUA 1; Press Club 3 (President 3); University Jazz 
Band 2; Phi Sigma Kappa 2, 3, 4. 



JOYCE ANNETTA SILVA. "Cricket". Sociology. 46 Edwards St., 
Springfield. Born in 1933 at Arkansas City, Kansas. Entered from 
High School of Commerce. Activities: Operetta Guild 3, 4; Sociolog\ 
Club 2, 3, 4 (Publicity 3, President 4); Women's Athletic Association 
1, 2; Dean's List 1, 3, 4; Student Vocational Committee 4; WMUA 1 



RICHARD DANIEL SILVERMAN. "Dick". Industrial Engineering. 
SO Audubon Drive, Chestnut Hill. Born in 1932 at Boston. Entered 
from Newton High School. Activities: Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



JOHN F. SKIBISKI, JR. "Skibby". Olericulture. Elizabeth Rock, 
Northampton. Born in 1930 at Northampton. Entered from Hebron 
Academy. Activities: Olericulture Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 4); Chan- 
ning Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 3, 4; Judging Teams 3, 4; Horti- 
cultural Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Horticulture Show Council 3, 4. 



GILBERT MORTON SLOVIN. "Gil". Marketing. 29 Bridgeport St., 
Worcester. Born in 1932 at Worcester. Entered from Classical High 
School. Activities: Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Steward 4). 



PETER W. SMITH. "Pete". Marketing. 221 Worcester St., North 
Grafton. Born in 1931 at Worcester. Entered from Major Edwards 
High School. Activities: Business Administration Club 3, 4; V. of M. 
Broadcasting Association 1; Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, t. 



ROBERT DOUGLAS SMITH. "Bob". Dairy Industry. 379 High St., 
Hanson. Born in 1933 at Boston. Entered from W'hitman High 
School. Activities: Baseball 1, 2; Judging Team 4; Intramural Basket- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4. 



CHESTER LOUIS SMOLA. Entomology. 75 North St., Three Rivers. 
Born in 1924 at Three Rivers. Entered from Monson Academy. 
Activities: Fernald Entomological Club 3, 4; Rod and Gun Club 3; 
Newman Club 1, 4. 




[271] 




IIAHOIJ) ROGER SOUTIER. "Hal". Industrial Administration. 72 
licuU-r Ave., Pittsfield. Born in 1932 at Pittsfield. Entered from 
I'ittstield High School. Activities: Index 4; Business Administration 
2, 3, 4; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Class Graduation 4 (Co-Chair- 
nian Program Committee 4) ; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 2, 3, 4 (Publicity 
Chairman 4). 

SOPHIA SOWYRDA. "Soph". Bacteriology. 68 West Grove St., Mid- 
dleljoro. Born in 1932 at Middleboro. Entered from Memorial High 
School. Activities: Bacteriology Club 3, 4 (President 4); Women's 
Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Senate 1, 2, 3 
(Chairman Women's Honors Convocation 2, 3; Chairman Women's 
Affairs Committee 2, 3; Chairman Activities Committee 2, 3); House 
Counselor 4 (Hou.se Chairman 4); Carnival Ball Committee 3; Chair- 
man Student Leaders Conference 3, 4; Isogon Award 3. 

WILLI.VM CHARLES SPAT. Accounting. Millers Falls Rd., Millers 
Falls. Horn in 1931 at Greenfield. Entered from Turners Falls High 
ScIkhiI. Artivitics: Business Administration Club 2, 3, 4; Lambda 
Clii Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 3, 4). 



SHEILA SYDNE SPOONER. Dietetics. 93 Oak St., Natick. Born in 
1933 at Newton. Entered from Natick High School. Activities: Home 
Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Outing Club 1, 2, 3 (Corresponding Secre- 
tary 3); Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4 (Supper Chairman 2, 3); Phi 
Delta Nu 1, 2, 3, 4; MTRP 3. 



JAMES T. STAMATOPULOS, "Jim". Industrial Psychology. 109 
Wells St., Greenfield. Born in 1932 at Greenfield. Entered from 
Greenfield High School. Activities: Psychology Club 4; Canterbury 
Club 4; Carnival Ball Committee 4; Phi Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. 



ROLAND FREDERICK STEBBINS. "Steb". Pre-Med. 4 Anderson 
A\-e., Holyoke. Born in 1933 at Holyoke. Entered from Holyoke 
High School. Activities: Pre-Medical Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman' Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 3. 



ROBERT ERNEST STEERE, JR. "Bob". Mechanical Engineering. 
Chepachet, Rhode Island. Born in 1932 at Chepachet, Rhode Island. 
Entered from Classical High School, Providence, Rhode Island. Ac- 
tirilies: Mechanical Engineering Club 3, 4; Varsity "M" Club 2, 3, 4; 
Student Christian Association 4; Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter 
Track 1, 2, 3, 4 (Captain) Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; American Society 
of ^Mechanical Engineers 3, 4; Society of Automotive Engineers 4; 
Dean's List 3; Kappa Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 4). 

MICHAEL ROBERT STELLUTO. "Mike". Pre-Medical. 108 Cen- 
tral St., Leominster. Born in 1932 at Leominster. Entered from Leo- 
minster High School. Activities: Chemistry Club 3, 4; Pre-Medical 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 4); Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Honors W'ork 4. 



PAULINE HILL STEPHAN. "Pauly". English. 52 Prescott St., 
Reading. Born in 1932 at Worcester. Entered from Reading High 
School. Activities: Collegian 2, 3, 4 (Editor 4); Band 1; Chorus 2, 3; 
Operetta Guild 2, 3; Women's Athletic Association 3; Edwards Fellow- 
ship 1, 2, 3; Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Senate 1, 2; 
Scrolls 2; Savoyards 2; House Counselor 3, 4 (House Chairman 4); 
Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Mother's Weekend Committee; Pi Beta Phi 
2, 3, 4 (Scholarship Chairman 3) . 

WILLIAM CARTWRIGHT STEPHENS. "Bill". Business Adminis- 
tration. 67 North Union St., Arlington. Born in 1930 at Arlington. 
Transfer from Boston University. Activities: Varsity "M" Club 2, 3, 
4; Basketball 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain 4); Sigma Alpha Epsilon 2, 3, 4. 



272 



HERBERT CLARK STEVENS. "Ileili". Animal IIusImikIi-.v. Cliurl- 
tdii. Horn ;it ('liiirUoii. Entered from Charlton Iliuli School. Arliritics: 
Aiihnal Iln.-ihandry 1, i, a, 4; Square Dance Club 1, '2, 3, 4; Little 
Inlernationnl Livestock Show 3; Dean's List 3, 4; Judging Team 3; 
Alpha (lannna Rho 1,-2,3,4. 

VIRGINL\ MARIE STEWART. "Ginny". Psychology. 5 Woodland 
Rd., Ashland. Born in 1933 at Mount Vernon, New York. Entered 
from Newton High School. Actinties: Roister Doisters 1, -2, 3, 4 
(Program Chairman 3); Operetta Guild 1, 2, 3; Women's Athletic 
Association 2; Newman Club 1, -2, 3, 4; House Counselor 4; Inter- 
Class Plays '2, 3; Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Social Committee Knowlton 3; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 1, 2, 3, 4. 

AI,BERT RENE ST. GERMAIN. "Saint". I,andscape Architecture. 
19 Colburn St., Waltham. Born in 1932 at Waltham. Entered from 
St. Mary's High School. Activities: Landscape Architecture Club 2, 3, 
4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Military Ball Committee 2; Air Cadet 
Squadron 2; Horticultural Show Council 4; Q.T.V. 1, 2, 3, 4 (Corre- 
sponding Secretary 2; Recording Secretary 3; Chaplain 4). 

EDWIN HOLLIS STILES. "Ed". Landscape Architecture. 27 Nutter 
Rd., North Reading. Born in 1931 at Medford. Entered from Maiden 
High School. Activities: Chorale 3; Operetta Guild 3; Future Farmers 
of America 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 3); Landscape Architecture Club 1, 2, 
3, 4 (Treasurer 4); Square Dance Club 1, 2, 3; Channing Club 1, 2, 3; 
Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; House Counselor 3, 4; Dean's 
Lists; Phi Mu Delta 2, 3, 4. 



RUTH BARBARA STILES. "Ruthie". Economics. Box 230, Bolton. 
Born in 1932 at Concord. Entered from Stow Hale High School. 
Activities: Handbook 2, 3 (Assistant Editor 3); Index 4 (Assistant 
Advertising Manager 4) ; Roister Doisters 2 ; Economics Honor Society 
3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3; Student Christian Associa- 
tion 1, 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 3, 4; House Counselor 3; Dean's List 1, 3; 
Soph-Senior Hop Committee 2; Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



ROBERT EDWARD STOCKI. History. 4 Prospect Ave., Greenfield. 
Born in 1931 at Deerfield. Entered from Deerfield Academy. Actinties: 
International Relations Club 4; Newman Club 2; Lacrosse 2, 3, 4. 



EVELYN A. STONE. Sociology. 38 Oakwood Ave., Auburn. Born in 
1932 at Auburn. Entered from Auburn High School. Activities: Oper- 
etta Guild 3: Sociology Club 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 3); Women's 
Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; Canterbury Club 2; Student Christian 
Association 1,2; Dean's List 3; Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 



DAVID ALDEN STOREY'. "Dave". Agricultural Economics. Adams 
St., W'estboro. Born in 1933 at Worcester. Entered from W'estboro 
High School. Activities: DeMolay Club I; Edwards Fellowship 1, 2; 
Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Honors Work 4; WMUA 1. 



JOHN CHARLES STOTZ. "Jack". Finance. 132 L St., Turners Falls. 
Born in 1930 at Turners Falls. Entered from Turners Falls High 
School. 



OSWALD CHARLES STREET. "Charlie". Accounting. New Boston 
Rd., Dennis. Born in 1930 at Putnam, Conn. Entered from Y'ar- 
mouth High School. 




ikm 



273 




mm0M 




RICHARD LEONARD STROMGREN. "Dick". Speech and Drama. 
College Highway, Southwick. Born in 1932 at Flushing, N. Y. En- 
tered from Westfield High School. Activities: Roister Doisters 2, 3, 4 
(Executive Board 3, 4); Chorus 1, 2; Operetta Guild 2, 3, 4; Savoyards 
2; Folk Singers 2; Inter-Class Plays 2, 3 (Director 3); Dean's List 3; 
Campus Varieties 4 (Director 4) . 

MARGARET JANE STROTHER. "Peggy". Home Economics. 45 
Prospect St., Windsor, Conn. Born in 1933 at Hartford, Conn. En- 
tered from John Fitch High School. Activities: Women's Athletic 
Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Christian Association 1, 2; Drill Team 
1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 3, 4; Campus Varieties 2; Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 
3, 4 (Social Chairman 4). 



GUY GIFFORD STUTZMAN. "Gift". Business Administration. 17 
Cosby Ave., Amherst. Born in 1931 at Taunton. Entered from 
Gushing Academy. Activities: Business Administration Club 3, 4 
(Treasurer); Senate 2, 3; Basketball 1; Mother's Week-End Com- 
mittee 1; Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 4). 



RUTH JOAN SUKACKAS. "Mary B". Bacteriology. 73 Spruce St. 
Portland, Maine. Born in 1932 at Providence, Rhode Island. Entered 
from Lawrence High School. Activities: Orchestra 3, 4; Operetta 
Guild 3, 4; Bacteriology Club 3, 4; German Club 1; Square Dance 
Club 2, 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; MTRP 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 1; Carnival Committee 3. 



EDWARD DENNIS SULLIVAN. "Sully". Government. 75 Hillside 
Ave., Lawrence. Born in 1932 at Lawrence. Entered from Central 
Catholic High School. Activities: Newman Club 1, 2; Phi Sigma 
Kappa 2, 3, 4. 



WILLIAM ALDRICH SWEENEY. "Bill". Accounting. 62 Chatham 
Rd., Longmeadow. Born in 1932 at Hartford, Conn. Entered from 
Springfield Classical High School. Activities: Business Administration 
Club 1; IT. of M. Broadcasting Association 1, 2; Newman Club 
1, 2, 3, 4. 



EDWARD ALFRED SWENSON. "Al". Sociology. 19 Adams St.. 
Wilmington. Born in 1932 at Wilmington. Transfer from North- 
eastern University. Activities: Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3, 4, (Vice-Presi- 
dent 2, President 3, Alumni Secretary 4). 



CONSTANCE SZCZEBAK. "Connie". Home Economics. 126 Fort 
Pleasant Ave., Springfield. Born in 1932 at Springfield. Entered from 
Classical High School. Activities: Newman Club 1, 3; Dean's List 
1, 2, 3, 4. 



MILTON C. TAFT. Civil Engineering. Oak St., Uxbridge. Born in 
1932 at Shelburne Falls. Entered from Uxbridge High School. Activi- 
ties: Civil Engineering Club 3, 4; Interfraternity Council 3, 4; Maroon 
Key 2 (Treasurer ); Football 1, 2, 3; Phi Sigma Kappa 2, 3, 4 (Sen- 
tinel). 



PETER CALDWELL TAPPAN. "Pete". Mechanical Engineering. 
8 Conant St., Beverly. Born in 1932 at Beverly. Entered from Bev- 
erly Higii School. Activities: Ski Club 1, 2; American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers 1, 2, 3, 4; Society of Automotive Engineers 4; 
Dean's List 2, 3; Military Ball Committee 2. 



[274] 



DAVID FRKDKRIC TATIIAM. Psychology. 470 Clicslimt St., 
I,yiui. Born in \i)'S'i mI Wcllcslcy. ICiitered from Lynn Knglisli High 
Si'lmol. Jrliritic.s: ()|)civlt;i (Jiiild 1, i; Dean's List 3: Spring Day 
('(innnittcc 3; DistingnisliccI Alililary Student 3; Phi Mu Delta 
1, -i, 3, 4 (Secretary 3, Plodgemnster 4). 



JACK TATJROSLVX. "Tart". Prc-^red. 81 Pilling St., Ilaverhil 
Born in li)3->at Haverhill. Kntered from Haverhill High Sell,. ol. .Ulii 
Hie.i: Chemistry Clnh 3, 4; Pre-Med Club 3, 4; Dean's Li.st 1, 3; Mill 
l^orm House President 4. 



PAULA TATTLEBAITM. Government Economics. 10 Wilmington 
Ave., Dorchester. Born in 1933 at Boston. Entered from Dorchester 
High School for Girls. Aclii'ilie.s: Index 3, 4 (Managing Editor 4); 
Quarterlv 3, 4 (Secretarv 3, 4); l',coniimi<s Honor Soiictv 3, 4 (Pub- 
licity Chairman 3, Vice-President 41; Alath Club 3; Hillel 1, 3, 3, 4: 
Isogon 4: Interclass Plays 1; Phi Kappa Phi 4; Dean's List 1, ■i, 3, 4; 
Honors 'Work 4; Campus Varieties 4 (Publicity Chairman); Sigma 
Delta Tau 1, i, 3, 4 (Pledge Scholar 1, Recording Secretary 3, Vice- 
President 4) . 

JANICE RAE TAUBNER. "Jan". Home jEconomics. U Birch St., 
Clinton. Born in 1933 at Clinton. Entered from Clinton High School. 
Actmties: Education Club 3; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; New- 
man Club 1, 3, 3, 4; Carnival Committee 3; Kappa Kappa Gamma 
1, '2, 3, 4 (Efficiency Chairman 4). 

^'INCENT GLENWOOD TERRY, JR. Mechanical Engineering. 
15 Princeton Ave., Beverly. Born in igS'i at Beverly. Entered from 
Be\-erly High School. Actmties: ROTC Rifle Team i; Ski Club 1, 2: 
American Society of Mechanical Engineers 1. 2, 3, 4; Society of 
Automotive Engineers 4; Rifle Team 2; Dean's Li.st 1, '-2, 3; Military 
Ball Committee i, 3. 



ELINOR M. TETE. "Peggy". Government. 4 Darling St., Nantucket. 
Born in 1932 at Nantucket. Entered from Nantucket High School. 
Activities: 'Women's Athletic Association 1, 2; Canterbury Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; Student Christian Association 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Honors Work 4; Kappa Kappa Gamma 1, 2, 3, 4. 



JOAN GUSTAFSON THERIAULT. English. 83 Sheridan St., North 
Easton. Born in 1931 at Boston. Entered from Oliver Ames High 
School. Activities: Chorale 1; Operetta Guild 1, 3, 4; Education Club 
4; Wesley Foundation 1, 2. 

CHARLES W. TILTON, JR. Civil Engineering. 63 Elm St., South 
Dartmouth. Born in 1932 at New Bedford. Entered from Dartmouth 
High School. Activities: Chemical Engineering Club 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 
3); V. of M. Broadcasting Association 2, 3, 4: Edwards Fellowship 
1, 2; Student Christian .\ssociation 1, 2, 3; Baseball 2, 3; Tennis 
1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 1; Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



JEAN ANN TONKS. "Jeanie". Economics. 3 Copeland Ave., Reading. 
Born in 1932 at Brooklyn, New York. Entered from Reading High 
School. Activities: Index 4; Band 2, 3,4, (Head Drum Majorette 4); 
Economics Honor Society 3, 4 (Secretary Treasurer 3); Square Dance 
Club 1, 2; Edwards Fellowship 1, 2, 3; Student Christian Association 
1, 2; WMUA 4; Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 4; Twirler 1, 2, 
3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2; Mother's Week-end Committee 1; Kappa Alpha 
Theta 1, 2, 3, 4. 



HERBERT GOODRICH TOWERS. Mechanical Engineering. 24 
W'areland Rd., Wellesley. Born in 1931 at Natick. Entered from 
Wellesley High School. Actirities: Mechanical Engineering Club 2, 3, 
4 (Vice-President 4); .\merican Society of Mechanical Engineers 2, 3, 
4; Vice-President of Greenough 1; Phi Sigma Kappa 2, 3, 4. 





:275] 




Ml^M 



JUNE BARBARA TRULL. "Juney". Merchandising. 56 Ruggles St., 
Westboro. Born in 1932 at St. Petersburg, Fla. Entered from West- 
boro Higli School. Activities: Business Administration Club 3, 4; 
Home Economics Club 2, 3; Jnter-Class Plays 3. 



KOXALl) FRANCIS TUMEINSKI. Chemical Engineering. 515 
Oliver St., New Bedford. Born in 1932 at New Bedford. Transfer 
li-orn New Beflfonl Technical Institute. Activities: Chemical Engi- 
neering Club 3, -i. 



PAULINE 1:L1ZABET1I TURNER. Medical Technology. 640 Pros- 
pect SI., AlethucTi. Boni in 1932 at Lawrence. Entered from Edward 
F. Searlcs Iligli Scliool. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 3, 4); 
Operetta Guild 3, !•; Sigma Kappa 2, 3, 4. 



ROBERT BRADFORD TUTTLE. "Tut". Pomology. Southbridge 
Rd., Wancn. Born in 1932 at Warren. Entered from Warren High 
School. Arlirllies: DeMolay Club 1; Pomology Club 1,2,3,4 (Treas- 
urer 3, President 4); Wesley Foundation 4; Senate 2, 3 (Election'2, 
Student Life 3, Social 4); Student Life Committee 3; Dean's List_2, 
3, 4; Alpha Gamma Rho 2, 3, 4 (President 4). 



BARBARA ANN UNDERHILL. "Bobbie". History. 63 Washington 
Ave., Needham. Born in 1932 at Needham. Entered from Needham 
High School. Activities: Index 2, 3, 4; Education Club 4; Women's 
Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4 (Tennis Manager 3) ; Student Christian 
Association 1, 2, 3, 4 (Cabinet 2, 3); Isogcn 4 (Vice-President); Chap- 
lain's Council 2, 3, 4; House Counselor 3, 4 (House Chairman 4); 
Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Campus Varieties 4; Campus Chest Committee 4; 
Mother's W^eek-End Committee 1 ; Pi Beta Phi 3, 4. 



ROBERT ALAN VENNING. "Bob". Accounting. 144 West Broad- 
way, Gardner. Born in 1931 at Gardner. Transfer from Becker Junior 
College. Activities: Band 4; Dean's List 2; Campus Varieties 3. 



SUZANNE GLORIA VEST. "Sue". German. North Whitney St., 
Amherst. Born in 1933 at Caracas, Venezuela. Transfer from Was- 
burn University. Activities: Dean's List 3; Campus Varieties 3; 
French Club 2, 3, 4 (Secretary); German Club 2, 3, 4; International 
Relations Club 9, 3, 4; Chi Omega 2, 3, 4. 

MARCIA ANN VIALE. Floriculture. 19 Leno.\ Ave., Pittsfield. Born 
in 1932 at Adams. Entered from Pittsfield High School. Activities: 
Index 2; Floriculture Club 2, 3, 4 (Social Chairman); Naiads 1, 2, 3, 4 
(Executive Board 2); Women's Athletic .Association 1, 2, 3, 4; New- 
man Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Senate 2; Student Life Committee 3; Isogon 4; 
Scrolls 2 (Secretary-Treasurer 2); House Counselor 3; Dean's List 
1, 2, 3, 4; Honors Work 4; Soph-Senior Hop Committee 2; Inter- 
Greek Ball Committee 3; Spring Day Committee 3; Horticulture 
Show 2, 3, 4; Chi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4 (Rush Chairman 4). 



VITIE GEORGE VILIESIS. Animal Husbandry. 37 King St., West 
Hanover. Born in 1928 at West Hanover. Entered from Hanover High 
School. Activities: Animal Husbandry Club 2, 3, 4; Future Farmers of 
America 4; Judging Team 4; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4. 



CHARLES EDWARD VREDENBURG. Mechanical Engineering. 225 
Oak Grove .\ve., Springfield. Born in 1924 at Springfield. Transfer 
from Holyoke Junior College. Activities: American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers; Society of Automotive Engineers 3, 4. 



,276] 



BARBARA ANN WADDINGTON. "Barl)". History. 15 Summer St., 
Nortli'Amlierst. Born in 193^2 at North Amlierst. Entered from Am- 
herst High School. Activities: Newman Chil) 1, 2, 4; Dean's List i, 3. 



MARCIA KLLEN WAKEFIELD. Business .\dniinistratiori. Wyoht 
Rd., Swansea. Born in 1932 at Peabody. Entered from Case Higli 
School. Activities: Business .\dministration Club 3, 4; Home Eco- 
nomics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; New- 
man Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 



ROBERT .JOHN WALDRON. Physics. 51 Wells St., Rochdale. Born 
in 1931 at Northampton. Transfer from Worcester Junior College. 
Activities: Newman Club 3, 4. 



ROBERT WYMAN WALKER. "Bob". Public Health. 192 Taylor St., 
Quincy. Born in 1933 at Arlington. Entered from North Quincy High 
School. Activities: Football 1; Dean's List 1. 



ALLEN OSCAR WARNER. "Pete". Pre-Med. Mountain St., Hayden- 
ville. Born in 1933 at Northampton. Entered from Williamsburg 
High School. Activities: Chemistry Club 2, 3; Pre-Medical Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; V. of M. Amateur Radio Association 1, 2; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Honors Work 4. 



FRANCIS WALTER WARREN, JR. Animal Husbandry. Crescent 
St., Stow. Born in 1932 at Lowell. Entered from Hale High School. 
Activities: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3; Square 
Dance Club 3, 4; Little International Livestock Show 3, 4; Judging 
Teams 4; Bay State Dairy Club 4. 



GEORGE THOMAS WARREN. Poultry. 98 Walnut St., North 
Brookfield. Born in 1931 at North Brookfield. Entered from St. 
John's Preparatory School. Activities: Poultry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman 
Club 1, 2; Little International Livestock Show 3: Judging Team 4. 



MARCIA W'ARREN. English Literature. High St., Medfield. Born in 
1932 at Norwood. Entered from Medfield High School. Activities: 
Education Club 4; W' omen's Athletic Association 3, 4; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 4). 



JEAN SARGENT WATERHOUSE. Sociology. 683 School St., Web- 
ster. Born in 1932 at W'orcester. Entered from Bartlett High School. 
Activities: Chess Club 3, 4 (Treasurer 4); Sociology Club 2, 3, 4; 
W'omen's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Edwards Fellowship; Student 
Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Honors 
Work 4; Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4 (Corresponding Secretary 3). 



CLINTON EARL WATSON. Botany. 73 Central Ave., Medford. 
Born in 1932 at Boston. Entered from Medford High School. Activi- 
ties: French Club 1; International Relations Club 1; Student Christian 
Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Mu Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. 




[277 




JAMES ROBERT WAT'I'S. "Boir\ Food Technology. 135 Cottage 
SI., Ainlicr.st. Horn in llKil at XortlKiiiipton. Entered from Amherst 
High School. Adiritii's: Food Technology Club 3, 4 (Secretary 4); 
Edwards Fellowship 1, 2; Basketball 3; Mother's Week-end Com- 
mittee 1; Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Atliletic Director 4). 



PETER JAMES WEBBER. "Pete". History. Main St., Rutland. 
Born in 1932 at Holden. Entered from Worcester Academy. Actimties: 
Education Club 3, 4; Q.T.V. 1, 2, 3, 4 (Master of Ceremonies 2, 3, 4). 



CAROLYN FRANCES WEEKS. "Cal". Mathematics. 69 Tower St., 
Methuen. Born in 1932 at Brockton. Entered from E. F. Searles 
High School. Activities: Math Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Athletic 
Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 2; Sigma 
Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4 (House Manager 4). 



NATHANIEL SAUL WEINER. "Nat". Marketing. 18 Byron Ave., 
Lawrence. Born in 1933 at Lawrence. Entered from Lawrence High 
School. Activities: Hillel Foundation 1, 2; Dean's List 1, 3; Alpha 
Epsilon Pi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



ELINOR JOAN WEISSBROD. Home Economics. 1 Brightwood Ave., 
Ilolyoke. Born in 1932 at Holyoke. Entered from Holyoke High 
School. Activities: Education Club 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Commuters Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 3, 4; Rally Dance Commit- 
tee 2, 3, 4 (Chairman 3). 



MARJORIE ANNE WEISSINGER. Home Economics. 75 Hillcroft 
Ave., Worcester. Born in 1932 at Worcester. Entered from North 
High School. Activities: Handbook 2, 3; Index 3, 4; Home Economics 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4 (Tennis Man- 
ager 2, Vice-President 4); Dean's List 1; Campus Varieties 3; Pi 
Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Athletic Chairman 3, Corresponding Secretary 4). 



A\ ILLIAM ERNEST WELLETTE. "Willy". Business Administration. 
262 Hancock St., Springfield. Born in 1932 at Hartford, Connecticut. 
Entered from Tecluiical High School. Activities: Business Adminis- 
tration Club 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 1. 



MARCIA LIBBY WERBNER. Home Economics. 20 Harlem St., 
Dorchester. Born in 1932 at Boston. Entered from Girls' Latin School. 
Activities: Handbook 2, 3; Operetta Guild 2; German Club 1, 2; Home 
Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Outing Club 1; Savoyards 2; Omicron Nu 
4; MTRP 2, 3; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Varieties 3; Sigma 
Delta Tau 1, 2, 3, 4 (Corresponding Secretary 4). 



BARBARA JEAN WEST. "Bobbie Jean". Home Economics Educa- 
tion. 24 Leicester Rd., Belmont. Born in 1932 at Quincy. Entered 
from Cambridge Academy. Activities: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; Education Club 4; Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Cheerleader 2, 3; House Coimselor 3; Class Secretary 1, 2; Soph- 
Senior Hop Committee 2; Interdorm Council 1; Freshman Paper 1; 
Sophomore Paper 2; Kappa Kappa Gamma 1, 2, 3, 4 (Assistant Pledge 
Trainer 3). 

KENNETH GOULD WESTON. Forestry. Academy Hill, Conway. 
Born in 1932 at Greenfield. Entered from Deerfield High School. 
Activities: Forestry Club 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 3, 4. 



[278; 



DUANE E. WHEELER. Acc-cmntins. !)(> Xortli St.. Middloboro. Bom 
in ]93'2 at Taunton. Knti-ml rn.rii Menu. rial IliKli ScIukiI. .tr/imtie.i: 
Cross Country 1; Track 1 ; Si^nia i'lii Kp.^^ilon I,--', ;J, 4 {Coi]iptroller4) 



EDWIN FREDERICK WHITE. Forestry. Box 475, Mount Hermon. 
Born in 19'29 at Worcester. Entered from Mount Hermon School. 
Actiriliex: Forestry Clulj 1, i, 3, 4; Chaplain's Council 4; Dean's 
List 3, 4; ROTC Rifle Team 1, i; Sigma Phi Ep.silon 1, 2, 3, 4 (Cor- 
responding Secretary 3, Chaplain 4). 



MARJORIE EMMA WHITE. Merchandising. 388 Pierce St., Leo- 
minster. Born in 1933 at Taunton. Transfer from Fitchburg State 
Teachers College. Activities: Operetta Guild 4; Home Economics 
Club 2; Women's Athletic Association '2, 3. 



MAY ANN WHITMORE. Home Economics. Box 741, Vineyard 
Haven. Born in 1933 at Marlboro. Transfer from Framingham 
State Teachers College. Activities: Vocational Committee 3, 4; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma 3, 4. 



JOEL TRUMAN WHITTEMORE, JR. Floriculture. 1 East St., Stone- 
ham. Born in 1933 at Stoneham. Entered from Stoneham High School. 
Activities: Chorale 2, 3; Operetta Guild 2, 3; Floriculture Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; Square Dance Club 2, 3, 4; Chaplain's Council 3; Dean's List 3; 
Alpha Gamma Rho 3, 4. 

JEAN KATHRYN WHITTEN. Recreation. 10 Mt. Vernon St., Read- 
ing. Born in 1932 at Boston. Entered from Reading High School. 
Activities: Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Operetta Guild 2, 3, 4; International Re- 
lations Club 4; Nature-Guide Club 4 (Secretarj'-Treasurer) ; Square 
Dance Club 2, 3; V. of M. Broadcasting Association 3, 4; Edwards 
Fellowship 1, 2, 3; Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 
4); Chaplain's Council 3, 4; House Counselor 3; MTRP 4; Dean's 
List 2, 3; Mother's Weekend Committee 1; Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3,. 4 
(Social Chairman). 



KENNETH F. WICH, JR. "Ken". Wildlife Management. R.F.D. No. 2 
Pittsfield. Born in 1932 at Pittsfield. Entered from Pittsfield High 
School. Activities: Rod and Gun Club 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 3); 
Dean's List 2, 3; Horticulture Show 2, 3, 4. 



JANE ANNE WILKINSON. General Business. 188 Menlo St., Brock- 
ton. Born in 1932 at Brockton. Entered from Brockton High School. 
Activities: Business .Administration Club 3, 4 (Secretary 4); German 
Club 1; Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Carnival Committee 3; Soph-Senior Hop Com- 
mittee 2; Spring Day Committee 3; Kappa Kappa Gamma 1, 2, 3, 4 
(Assistant Treasurer 3; Secretary 4). 



ELIZABETH NORRIS WILLIAMS. "Noogie". Home Economics. 
99 Franklin St., Lj^nn. Born in 1932 at Swampscott. Entered from 
Lynn English High School. Activities: Operetta Guild 3; Home 
Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (State Treasurer); Edwards Fellowship 1, 2 
(Worship Chairman); Campus Varieties 2. 



EDWARD SAVAGE WILSON. "Ted". Wildlife Management. 17 
Haynes Ct., Leominster. Born in 1929 at Leominster. Transfer from 
Worcester Junior College. Activities: Academic Activities Board 3; 
Band 2, 3, 4; Chorale 3; Chorus 2, 3; Operetta Guild 2, 3; Rod and 
Gun Club 3, 4; Savoyards 2; Judging Team 3. 




[279] 




MARTHA EDITH WILSON. Mathematics. Main St., Townsend. Born 
in loss at Townsend. Entered from Townsend High School. Actmties: 
Roister Doisters 1; Chorus 1, 2; Math Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Chris- 
tian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, i; Inter-Class 
Plays 1: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, i; Phi Delta Nu 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 4). 



MARTIN PHILIP WOLF. "Senator". Finance. 1447 Blue Hill Ave., 
Mattapan. Born in 1932 at Boston. Entered from Boston English 
High School. Activities: Index 4; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; Men's Judiciary 3, 
4 (Chairman) ; General Court of Justice 3, 4 (Chief Justice 4) ; Swim- 
ming 1; Tennis 1; Tau Epsilon Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



LIONEL WOLPERT. Civil Engineering. 806 Sumner Ave., Springfield. 
Born in 1933 at Springfield. Entered from Springfield Classical 
High School. Activities: Civil Engineering Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Hillel 
1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Upsilon Mu Epsilon 3, 4 (Treasurer 4); 
Tau Epsilon Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Warden 4). 



ALAYNE JUDITH WOOD. Psychology. Castle Harbour Hotel, Tuck- 
ers Town, Bermuda. Born in 1932 at New York, N. Y. Entered from 
Williams High School. Activities: Psychology Club 4; Women's Ath- 
letic Association 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 



ELIZABETH MORGAN WOOD. Education. 96 Kings Highway, West 
Springfield. Born in 1932 at Springfield. Entered from West Spring- 
field High School. Activities: Index 4; Roister Doisters 2; Operetta 
Guild 1, 2, 3, 4; Education Club 3, 4 (Vice-President 4); Women's 
Athletic Association 3, 4; Student Christian Association 1; Dean's 
List 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Varieties 3; Kappa Alpha Theta 1, 2. 3, 4 
(House Manager 4). 

ELIZABETH ANN WOODMAN. "Betty". Sociology. North Main St., 
O.^ford. Born in 1932 at Webster. Entered from O.xford High School. 
Activities: Chorale 2, 3; Operetta Guild 2, 3; Naiads 1; Sociology Club 
3; Women's Athletic Association 1, 4; Student Christian Association 
1, 2; Isogon 4; Scrolls 2; Dean's List 3; Mother's Day Week-end 
Committee 1; Soph-Senior Hop Committee 4; Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 
(Music Chairman 3, President 4). 

BETTY MOULTON WOODWARD. English. 6 Reland St., Middle- 
boro. Born in 1932 at Middleboro. Entered from Memorial High 
School. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4 (Librarian 1, 2, 3, 4); Operetta 
Guild 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 
1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Varieties 4; Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 
4;MTRP3, 4. 

RICHARD CHARLES WOOLF. "Dick". Marketing. 862 Pleasant St., 
Worcester. Born in 1932 at Providence, R. I. Entered from Classical 
High School. Activities: Index 3, 4; Operetta Guild 2; Hillel 1; Inter- 
fraternity Council 2, 3, 4 (Rush Chairman 3, 4, Treasurer 4); Dean's 
List 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 3, Vice-Presi- 
dent 4). 



,IOAN MARGARET WRIGHTSON. English, nli Marshall St., 
Turners Falls. Born in 1933 at Worcester. Entered from Turners 
Falls High School. Activities: Collegian 2, 3; Index 3, 4; Education 
Club 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4 (Alumni Chair- 
man 3, 4). 



LEONARD ANTHONY YARROWS. Bacteriology. 24 W^est St. 
Hadley. Born in 1932 at Holyoke. Entered from Hopkins Academy. 



[280; 



D.WIl) W.VVNK VKSAIli. Clicnilslry. St M.iiri SI.. MylicM. Horn In 

I!):!'.' :il \.-»l>nrv. I'jitc-ri'cl I'r (Icvfrritir Dinnriici- .\(:iclciiiv, .irllri- 

lir.s: Clii-iiiisli'v 'dull >. .'i. I-; V.irsilv "M" Cluli ;i. !■; Sdcccr- I, '.'. :i; 
l,;icni.ssr ■,', ;i, \ (Ciiplaiii i); l)c:iii's l.isi ■.', :i, I-; il'V.X. •'. :(, I-. 



IJAIiUAliA KATIH.KKX V()r\(;. KIcmu'iiImiv Kdnciilidn. CctlaKo 
St., HclchiTlowii. Hum ill ll);i-i ;il liclclici'l.mn. KnlcriMl rr-cini IVIoIht- 
Unvii lUiiU ScIkkjI. Arlirilirs.- WiMiicr.V Alhlclii- .V.s.sucialioM '-', ;i, 4; 
Ncwriinii ('lull 1, ■-', :i, 1. 



RITA JEAX JMARIE ZARRKLLA. "Zuzu". Romance Laiiguage.s. 
U Forest Ave., BrocktoTi. Born in \'Xi'^ nl Brockton. TniiLsrer from 
Boston University. Aciu'Hies: Dance Band '2, 3, i (Vocalist); Frencli 
Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4 (Secretary 3; President 4); Newman 
Club 'i, 3, 4; Dean's List 2, 3; Campus Varieties 'i. 



BERNARD ZULALIAN. "Bernie". Accounting. 15 Templeton Pkwy., 
Watertown. Born in 193'2 at Boston. Entered from Watertown High 
School. Acllvltien: Rifle Team 1,'2,4; Dean's List 3; iSFilitary Ball Com- 
mittee i. 




ALSO GRADUAIING 



MICHAEL BYER. Botany. 11 Main Street, 
Millers Falls. 

AMNON FOUX. Agricultural Engineering. Box 43, 
North Hatfield. 

CLIFTON HALL. Chemical Engineering. 47 
Spring Street, Amherst. 

STEPHEN LAPTON. Economics. 05 Sterling 
Street, Springfield. 

DONALD LE'WIS. English. 88 Byers Street, 
Springfield. 

ROBERT LYNCH. Education. 19 Gates Street, 
Holj'oke. 



ROBERT L. HILDEBRANDT, JR. Mechanical 
Engineering. 42 Glenwood Circle, Longmeadow. 
Born in 1927 at New York City. Activities: 
American Society of Mechanical Engineers 2, 3, 4 
(Secretary 4); Society of Automotive Engineers 4; 
LTpsilon Mu Epsilon 3, 4; Dean's List 1, '2, 3, 4. 



JOSEPH JENNETTE. Zoology. 24 Hilltop Avenue, 
Jefferson. 



WILLIAM KARLYN. Philosopliy. (59 Orchard 
Road, Swampscott. 

ADOLPH MEIER. Animal Husbandry. 1164 
North Pleasant Street, Amherst. 



KARL HERGENROTHER. Chemistry. 14 Hold- 
en Road, West Newton. 



ALEXANDER PRICE. Geology. "Ingaldsby," 
Georgetown. 



281 




ROBERTA ANNE MITCHELL 
June 6, 1932 
July 19, 1952 




UNDERCLASSMEN 



JUNIORS 




JIMOK (:l.\SS OFFICKUS 
Jones, Reagan. Hall, Iliggin: 



The Great Divide has been 
passed. The long-awaited second 
half is upon us, for we are members 
of the junior class. 

We are through with the re- 
quired courses, the "you-must- 



take-this" and "you-must-take- 
that" of pre-registration. If we 
have been faithful, we have seen 
the last of the required gym 




[286] 



classes. From now on it's iij) lo 
us. 

Mut wo do liiivc a ])rol)l(Mn, and 
a \ng one. Wc must have a major 
(the book says so) and we must 
have one NOW. 

So, bewildered and a little bit 
afraid, most of us ask, "WHAT.'^" 
Shall it be economies or govern- 
ment, history or English, chemis- 
try or mathematics? AVe seem to 
be trapped in a maze. How can we 
know? How many shall we have to 
try? 

Suddenly we remember that we 
have advisors, we have parents. 






We know professors. While the 
final decision is up to us, we are 
not alone. 



I wonder if it's good to eat? 



And so w^e begin. We think and 
test and ask. Then we think again. 
And in the end, the years of prep- 
aration and guidance pay off, for 
we decide. If we are lucky, w^e 
make the right choice. 

Thus we continue to develop, to 
learn, to accept and to question. 
We are sure now, for we have 
found ourselves. 



287 



Adams, Claire S. 

4S Inman St., Hopedale 
Adams, Lola 

Pasture Ed., Pigeon Cove 
Adeletti, Donald F. 

ia4 Magnolia Terr., Springfield 
Adolph, David 

'SI Sergeant Ave., Chicopee Falls 
Ahern, Hugh F., Jr. 

49 Fuller St., Dorchester 
Albert, Wendell E. 

91 Cabot Ave., Braintree 
Alberts, Irwin 

121 A Hawthorne St., Chelsea 
Aldrich, Harrison 

Fitch Pond Rd., Sterling 
Allen, George B. 

22 Oakland St., West Springfield 
Allen, Jane 

10 McClellan St., Amherst 
Allen, .lo Ann 

2700 N. Powhatan St., Arlington, Va. 
Anderson, Allen L. 

162 Overlook Rd., Arlington 
Anderson, James K. 

332 Lowell St., Wilmington 
Andrews, Nancy 

23 Glazier St., Gardner 
Angell, David 

Bates Rd., Westfield 
Aronson, Cliarles D. 

20B Washington Ave., Winthrop 
Aronson, Elliot N. 

.50 Bellevue Ave., Springfield 
Ashe, Joan E. 

294 Elm St., Holyoke 
Audct, Irene M. 

74 School St., Northbridge 
Auflrey, Henry P. 

Hampshire House 3-,C, Amherst 
Austin, Audrey A. 

P. 0. Box 132, South Hanover 
Babineau. Ronald 

Lakeshore Dr., North Wilbraham 
Bageant, Susan F. 

100 Connecticut Ave., Freeport, N.Y 
Bagley, Raymond 

Westview Trailer Park, Amherst 
Bangs, Emily L. 

32S Sargeant St.. Holyoke 
Bangs, Lawrence B. 

12.5 Laurel St., Fairhaven 
Barber, Leonard I. 

19 Evelyn Rd., Waban 
Barcomb, Wayne A. 

247 State St., North Adams 
Barlow, Marie J. 

53 Fruit St. Ext., MiHord 




Barnctt, Barbara M. 

306 Newhill Ave., Somerset 
Barney, C. David 

SI Green St., Stoneham 
Baron, John 

47S Osborn St., Fall River 
Barsalow, Robert H. 

27 Richelieu St., Chicopee Fal 



Bartlett, Judith 

100 Hillcroft Ave., Worcester 
Basiulis, Algero 

10 Strathmore Rd., Worcester 
Batchelder, Allen F. 

59 Circular St., North Attleboro 
Beaudry, Edward F. 

20 Adams St., Easthampton 
Bedell, Barbara J. 

P. O. Box 1.50, South Wellfleet 
Belanger, Philip G. 

11 Hillcrest St., Arlington 
Belval, Carol P. 

47S Church St., Whitinsville 
Bencks, Rodney N. 

20 Homecrest St., Longmeadow 
Benct, L. Peter 

IB Maple Circle, Marblehead 
Bennett, Bette 

25 Harwich Rd., Longmeadow 
Bcrestka, Stephen J. 

67 Garfield Ave., Easthampton 
Bernatowicz, Anthony W. 

92 Baker St., Gardner 
Bickford, Birnic F. 

60 Lincoln St., Springfield 
Biggar, Betsy L. 

46 Wayside St., Springfield 
Bilodcau, Robert D. 

Route 9, Windsor 
Bissonnette, Victor J., Jr. 

Beach BluH Rd., East Freetown 
Blakeney, Lois A. 

1 1 Morris Ave., Manasquan, N. J. 
Blanchard, Robert H. 

45 Howe Ave., Millbury 
Blumenthal, Victor 

71 Union St., Natick 
Bobrick, Daniel S. 

3S Lawton St., Brookline 
Bolton, Richard A. 

439 Arnold St., New Bedford 
Bonnallie, Andrew M. 

Sunny Hill Rd., Lunenburg 
Bonnallie, Joan E. 

493 Pearl Hill Rd., Fitchburg 
Bornstein, Harvey J. 

S22 Walnut St., Newton 



Bourgault, Dorothy J. 

52 Hol.voke St., Easthampton 
Bourque, Ernest E. 

220 Cross St., Gardner 
Bowman, Brenda 

117 Pin Oak Wa.v, Falmouth 
Bradshaw, Miriam E. 

6 Richmond St., Cheshire 
Brainard, Burnett F. 

S5 Lyman St., South Hadle.v 
Brainard, James E. 

4S James St., Gardner 
Brazil, John W. 

472 North Pleasant St., Amherst 
Bresnahan, David L. 

116 Scituate St., Arlington 
Brigham, Sheila A. 

So First Parish Rd., Scituate 
Broadbent, George S. 

34 Buttonwood St., New Bedford 
Brousseau, Paul L. 

960 Temple St., Whitman 



, Lester J. 

49 Commonwealth Ave., Pittsfield 
Brown, Donald L. 

37 Newhall St., Springfield 
Brown, Nathaniel K. 

230 Concord Rd., Bedford 
Brown, Philip L. 

9S2 North Main St., West Harlford, 



Bruno, Michael F. 

130 Bloomfield St., Springfield 
Bruso, Robert J. 

South St., Upton 
Bryant, Lois H. 

20 Harding Ave., Bradford 
Bunshoft, Barry L. 

71 Beaconsfield Rd., Brookline 
Burbank, Robert 

43 Grove St., North Scituate 
Bu 

Boston T 
Burnham, Barbara A. 

590 Cabot St., Beverly 
Butler, John J. 

49 Winslow Rd., Belmont 
Cahill, Thomas 

133 Meadow St., P'ramingha 
CaU, Lois E. 

Colrain 



Cameron, Donald W. 

22S East Main St., Angelica, N. Y. 
Campbell, Brenda A. 

270 Blue Hills Pkwy., Milton 
Campbell, Francis X. 

.\mherst 



lampbell, George 

Hayward Rd., Wayland 



Carew, Lyndon B. 

425 Eastern Ave., Lynn 
Carr, Earl E. 

Mill St., North Easton 
Carr, William F. 

37 Wallingford Ave., Athol 
Carroll, Anne D. 

Box 105, Hardwick 
Carson, David L. 

79 Birch St., Greenfield 
Chalue, Robert E. 

12 Hampden Ct., Monson 
Chandler, George F., Jr. 

Rockland Hgts., Northampton 
Chandler, Maybellc J. 

East St., Lenox 
Chaplin, Priscilla G. 

53 Brook Rd., Sharon 
Charette, Harry J. 

966 Main St., Holyoke 



Chase, Richard W. 

Dudley Rd., Sutton 
Chaskes, Janice A. 

31 Park Rd., Brockton 
Chellis, Elizabeth 

39 Brooks St., Medford 
Childs, Shirley 

70 Hamlin Ave., Falmouth 
Cliirichetti, Arnold P. 

23 Marshall Ave., Maiden 



:hristiansen, Donald W. 

312 High St., Whitman 



<:iiriiHciel. Ccrulil A. 

llil Ll.uklllTKl .\V<-.. l.llcil.llV 

C.liiiu. Ktlisoii 

ILMI HiviTsidi- Dr., N. V.. N. Y. 

:i.-il Chi'sLnul SI., Hol.vokc 
«;iurk. .Vrtliiir F. 

.Miiiii St., Yiirnioulli 
Chirk. Roburl J. 

7:i:i High St., Holyoke 
Clarke, Alan R. 

72 C.vpress Ave., Bogota, N. .1. 
Clement, Anne M. 

US Robinwood Ave, Necdh.im 
Cobbctt. William K., Jr. 

41 Thomas Rd., Swnmp.scott 
Cohen, Arden R. 

910 Lakcwood Ave. Schcm'cUid.v 
N. Y. 
Cohen, Donna E. 

9 Downing Ave., Haverhill 
Cohen, Edward D- 

24 Daniels Ave., Pitts6cld 
Cohen, Edward H. 

1.S 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, Lorraine 

34 Kendell St., Framingham 
Cole, Nancy A. 

220 Cottage Park Rd., Winthrop 
Coleman, Flora S. 

Woodstown, N. J. 
Coleman, James P. 

32S Huron Ave., Cambridge 
Coletta, Theodore J. 

57 Sargent St., Lawrence 
Collins, Christopher C. 

392 Swamp Rd., Greenfield 
Comfort, John H. 

7 Howe Rd., Nahant 
Coneys, Thomas 

SO Webb St., Weymouth 
Connor, Hugh F. 

4 Jlansfield St., Framingham 



roiich. Eleanor N. 

ll.t Main St., Lancaster, N. II. 
rowle>, Barbara T. 

2.-|4 Davis St., Green held 



Con 



r, Ja 



24 Bay State Rd., Pittsfield 
Conroy, Ellen 

Division St., Great Barrington 
Cook, Emily M. 

249 Lakeside Ave., Marlboro 
Cooley, Louise IVI. 

15 Sunrise Ave., Amherst 
Cooper, Myron 

13S Fairmount St., Dorchester 
Cornelius, H. Thomas 

3S Pine St., North Amherst 
Cornell, Lawrence E. 

Drift Rd., Westport 
Cornfoot, Douglas C. 

95 Oakland Ave., Wollaston 
Cotton. Alan G. 

20 Baldwin Rd., Waltham 
Couch, IVIary L. 

1 Allen St., Palmer 
Courtney, Katherine D. 

25 High St., Everett 
Cowern, Richard T. 

SO Main St., Ashland 

Cov 



liliebl 



CroM 



L.sle 



U.I 



Currier. Cllirorcl \. 

405 Pond St., South Wcyniuiilh 
('urtis, Barbara E. 

31 Leyden Rd., Greenfield 
Curtis, Fred 1". 

49 Van Ness Rd., Belmont 
Curtis, James R. 

SS Fairview Ave., Belmont 
Cutler, Robert S. 

79 Eekington St., Springfield 
Cutler. Naney J. 

Main St., South Ashburnham 
Damon, David G. 

75 So. Prospect St., Amherst 
Damon, Vernon C. 

4 Glenwood Ave., Northampton 
Darras, Constantina 

14 Amity St., Lynn 
David, James H. 

Woronoake Hts., Woronoco 
Davidson, Elaine N. 

20 Montmorenci St., Springfield 
Davis, Richard 

Elm St.. Franklin 
Day, Sylvia M. 

Belmont St., Northboro 
Dean, William J., Jr. 

7 Corser St., Holyoke 
Delivorias, Peter 

SH Mt. Vernon St., Peabody 
Demski, Edward F. 

139 South St., Chicopee 
DesRochers, Euelide C. 

003 Grattan St., Chicopee Falls 
Dickinson, Allan W. 

47 Bristol St., Springfield 
DiFederico, Frank R. 

1S9 Marcy St., Southbridge 
DiGammerino, Frank P. 

E-3 Hampshire House, Amherst 
DiSilva, Marie C. 

35 Lovell Kd., Watertown 
Dixon, James G. 

Eel Pond Rd., Monument Beach 
Dolan, Mary Ann 

170 Orange St., Springfield 
Donachle, Anne L. 

15 Norwood Terr., Hol.voke 
Donnelly, John P. 

IS Thomas Ave., Holyoke 
Donohue, Thomas W. 

930 Dwight St., Holyoke 
Donovan, Marjorie A. 

Bedford St., Lakeville 
Douglas, Joel P. 

475 Washington St., Haverhill 
Dowd, Frances E. 

109 State St., Amherst 
Dowe, Nancy 

103 Brighton St., Belmont 
Draghetti, Peter M. 

41 Park St., Feeding Hills 
Dube, Barbara A. 

5S Emerson Ave., Pittsfield 
Dube, Ernest J. 

5S Emerson Ave., Pittsfield 
Dufavit, Robert 

23 Donald St., Springfield 
Duffy, Patricia C. 

P. O. Box 3SS, W'estwood, X. J. 
Dukakis, Stratos G. 

42 Humphrey St., Lowell 
D'Urso, Stephen F. 

159 Garden St., Lawrence 




Duval, Donald K. 

2070 Allen St., Springfield 
Duval, Robert L. 

S4 Meadow St., North Adams 
DuVernois. Robert C. 

.50 East St., Dalton 
Dwyer. Stephen J. 

IS Avalon Rd.. West Roxbury 
Eberle. Ann 

121 Elbcron Ave, Pittsfield 
Eisler, Gertrude M. 

15IS Commonwealth Ave,. Brighto 
Alvin 



115 Wa 



1 St., Newton Centn 



Emberley, Joan W. 

22 Pine Circle, South Weynit 
Emmonds, Louis G. 

Gates Pond Rd., Berlin 
Ensher, Beverly C. 

115 Lincoln St., West Bridge 
Equi. Robert J. 

South Ashfield 
Erickson. Mona D. 

371 Slokum Rd., No. Dartnu 
Everson, Theresa A. 

143 Lincoln Ave., Amherst 



Faleetti, Henry D. 

1092 Main St., Holyoke 
Falvey, Russell E. 

04 West Ave., Seekonk 
Farrell, Patricia A. 

3.50 Onota St.. Pittsfield 
Farrell. Paul W. 

1S3 Charles St., Fitchburg 
Farwell, Norman D. 

30 Main St., Montague City 
Faucette, Joseph M. 

19 Wheeler Ave., Medford 
Fedoryshyn, Nadia 

9S Wilson St., Pittsfield 
Fellers. Paul J. 

52 Fearing St., Amherst 
Ferber, Norman 

17 Custer St., Rockland 
Fessenden, Richard W. 

105 Montague Rd., Amherst 
Fisher, Joan E. 

15 Philip St., Medfield 
Fitzgerald, Donald A. 

100 Lyman St.. South Hadley 
Fitzgerald, Ronald J. 

3 Spring St.. Bondsville 
Fleming. Neil 

62 Basswood St., Lawrence 
Flvnn. John M. 

North Rd., Hampden 



289 




247 Ha.vwai'd Si.. Ivi.sl lii-iiintrec 
Foley, Ariel E. 

1.54 Hull St., HinKliii.n 
Fontana, Mario H. 

41 Bosworth St., \Yosl S|>iinK'liel<l 
Foux, A,minon 

Box 43, North Hiit6eld 
Fox, Thomas E. 

57 Draper St., Springfield 
Frankel, Philip 

150 Massachusetts Ave., Arlington 
Fredman, Barbara 

179 Wellington Hill St.. Mattapan 
Frecdinan, Elinor D. 

30 Marengo Park, Springfield 
Freeman, Ruth P. 

S Somerset Terr.. Winthrop 
Frost, Ronald W. 

Federal St., Belchertown 
Fusini, Carlo R. 

121 Dorchester Ave., Pittsfield 
Gafiin, Alan H. 






30 Marwood Rd., 
Gallagher, John M. Sr. 

2120 Northampton St., Hoi, 
Gallagher. Robert ,1. 

317 Reed St.. New Bedford 
Ganz. David 

4S Old CoIon.v Rd., Newton 
Gardner, Richard 

47 Vincent Ave., Worcester 
Garritv, Regina E. 

23 Allendale Rd., Pittsfield 
Gass, Eugene F. 

Northeast St., Amherst 
Gatchell, Charles J. 

233 Florence Ave., Arlingto 
Gaudette, Helenc R. 

24 South St., Granby 
Ghareeb. Ernest V. 

SoS Armor.v St.. Springfield 
Gibbons, Franeis D. 

42 Stoneland Rd., W 
Gildea, Robert B. 

16 High St., Everett 
Giles, Beverly A. 

Church St., South Sudbury 
Giles, Clifton F. Jr. 

Church St., South Sudbury 
GiUespie, Barbara A. 

2001 Commonwealth Ave., 



ter 






Wor^ 
Giza, Chester 

Calkins Rd., Palmer 
Gleckman, Richard A. 

96 Reed St., New Bedford 



Gobbi, Elaine R. 

74 Lebanon St., Springfield 
Goclowski, ,Tohn G. 

15 Prospect St., Hatfield 
Goguen, Raymond L. 

229 Sherman St., Gardner 
Gold. Bernard A. 

7,S5 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. 
GonsUi. Donald W. 

IIOA Hawlcy St., N.uthaniplon 
Goodall, David A. 

C-2 Sufliolk House, Amherst 
Gorey, Ann F. 

303 No. Main St., South Deerfield 
Gorman, Donald W. 

5 Hillside Ave., Marblehead 



, Jo 



iS. 



413 Belmont Ave., Springfield 
Gormley, David F. 

Maple Ave., Swampscott 
Goslec, Clara K. 

.lewctt, N. Y. 
Gottesman, Ronald 

49 Marshland St., Haverhill 
Gottsche, Gordon N. 

070 Main St., Agawam 
Gould. Charles 11. 

6 Hartshorn Rd., Walpole 
Gould, Richard S. 

31 Conwell Ave, Somervillc 



Gralenski, Laura ,|. 

65 Northfield Rd., Millers Falls 
Grasso, Ralph 

51 Colbourn St., Needhara 



Gravalc 



, .lo 



: E. 



135 Stratford St., West Roxbur, 
Graves, Richard H. 

Union St., Montague 
Greaney, Mary T. 

153 Friend St., Amesbury 
Greene, Marilyn C. 

173 Maple Rd., Longmcadow 
Greenwood, Delbert A. 

304 Elm St., Gardner 
Gregoire. Robert F. 

23 Rood St., Ludlow 
Grunbaum, Henry W. 

295 Walden St., Cambridge 
Gustavsen. Judith 

17 Pembroke St., Medford 
Gustavsen, Karin C. 

32 Summit St., Roslindale 
Hadro, Edward 

423 East St., Ludlow 
Haenisch, Ruth E. 

14 Hall St., Leominster 
Hall. Elizabeth M. 

269 W'averly St., Belmont 
Hall. Ralph H., ,Jr. 

Old Wales Rd., Brimfield 
Halloran, Donald W. 

44 Walter St., Newton Center 
Hamilton, Charles L. 

130 S.vcamore St., Somerville 
Handman, Stanley L. 

36 Bangor St., Springfield 
Hanlon. Marie L. 

69 Centre St., Quincy 
Hanna. George 

27 Atwood St., Greenwood 
Hanson, Edward D. 

23 Merrywood St., Oxbridge 

[2901 



24 Mechanic St., Orange 
Hartford, Janet 

71 Walnut Ave., Andover 
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 .luliette St.. Dorchester 
Haynes, Martha A. 

5 Weymouth St., Springfield 
Hay ward, Priscilla A. 

99 Maywood St., Worcester 
Hebert, Louis J. 

23 Hamlin St., Pittsfield 
Henderson, Warren D. 

335 No. Main St., Wharton, N. .1. 
Ilennesey, Richard E. 

14 Worcester St., Bridgewater 
Hennigen. Edward F. 

50 Dreamwold Rd., Egypt 
Henry, Richard F. 

470 Fuller St., Ludlow 
Herberg, Edward N. 

41 Putnam Ave., Pittsfield 
Hesselton, Doris F. 

39 Westminster St., Worcester 
Hettinger, Ina A. 

5.S Somerset St., Springfield 
Heywood, Robert W. 

1S6 South Main St., Cohassct 
Higgins, Charles .1. 

756 Second St., Fall River 
Higgins, George R. 

1537 Washington St., Newton 
Hill, Leonard V. 

130 D.yle St., Holden 
Hodecker, Janet E. . 

42 Taylor St., Pittsfield 
Hoclzel, Alfred 

352 Walnut Ave., Roxbury 
Hoff, Lawrence M. 

34 Sheridan Rd., Swamp.scott 
Hohenberger, Carol A. 

S9 Norwood Terr., Hol.vokc 
Holbrook. Barbara J. 

Pine Hill Rd., Boxhorough 
Holm. Richard H. 

47 Meadow St., Falmouth 
Holmer. John K. 

130 Elm St., Milton 
Horvitz. Barbara A. 

372 Maple St., New Bedford 
Hosea, Carolyn B. 

.50 Norwood St., Everett 



9 Kilsyth Terr., Brookline 
Huebner, Dorothy E. 

140 East St., Methuen 
Hughes, Edward E., Jr. 

SS L St., Turners Falls 
Hurwitz, Carol T. 

70 Boylston St., Chestnut Hill 
Hurwitz, Wilma S. 

102 Rosseter St., Dorchester 
Hutchinson, Kent C. 

IS Pershing Terr., Springfield 
Ingham, Elizabeth R. 

104 S. Park St., Haverhill 
Innis, Richard G. 

7 High St., Miltord 
Irwin, Nancy 

792 Washington St., Whitman 
Isenberg, Martin I. 

SO Tudor St., Chelsea 



ss l>r.isiM-(t St.', ■I'urmTs I'iills 
Jncksoii. Elizabctli B. 

i:i:i MunchcstiT Terr.. Sprinnlii-ld 
Juckson, Ricliard 

H2 Harvard Si., Monli-lair, N. .1. 
Jucobsoii. Ralph E. 

,S Gn.v Rd., Watcrl.nvn 
Jcflbrds, Lola E. 

23 Huntington Ave., Sliaron 
Jcpsotl, Anne L. 

202 So. Washington St., N. Attlolioro 
.|olii.M>ii. Arthur E. 

,-.! R.il,,.,!^ St.. Maiden 
.loiu-. (;eorK.- W. 

.•)li,-i Wliiliiii,' St., Hanover 
Jones, Marilyn A. 

SO Francis St., Shrewsbur.v 
Judge, Thomas 

10.57 North Pleasant St., Amherst 
Judson, Ruth N. 

2.5 Heath Rd., Shrewsbury 
Kallgren, Janet 

12.5 West Alvord St., Springfield 
Kangas. Walter W. 

149 Speen St., Saxonville 
Kcanev, Walter L. 

IOCS" Essex St., Lawrence 
Kearney. William F. 

29 Wales Ave., Randolph 
Keene, Benjamin A. 

1740 Great Plain Ave., Needham 



Kelly, Helenjean M. 

276 Central St., Mansfield 
Kelsey, Joseph R. 

Kelsey Rd., East Boxford 
Kennedy, Bernardine A. 

431 Howard St., Lawrence 
Kennedy, William F. 

Kenney, Joseph J. 

Maple St., Hopkinton 
Kenney, Margaret A. 

36 Highland St., Xorthampton 
Kerr, Edwin F. 

61 Rangeley Rd., Arlington 
Kerr. Henry F.. Jr. 

112 Lewis St., Belmont 
Kidd. James L. 

24 Monument Sq., Charlestown 
Kijanowski, Ed-win J. 

12 Saunders Rd., Norwood 
Kilbourn. William A. 

Sterling St., South Lancaster 
Killam, Paul C. 

Killam Hill Rd., East Boxford 
Kimball, Barbara J. 

Kimbiill Farm, Westford 
King. Lora A. 

74 Vermont St., Springfield 
Kingsbury, BiUings B. 

31 Mower St., W^orcester 
Kinney, Orvis F. 

509 N. Elm St., West Bridgewate 
Kinney, Terry B. 

77 Plymouth St., Middleboro 
Kirsch, Louis J. 

57 Cherry St., Waltham 
Kissling, Erwin J. 

3 Lynn St., Salem 
Kleimola, Ethel 

314 Elm St., Fitchburg 
Klingler, Richard D. 

Star Route, Brimfield 
Koch. William C, Jr. 

67 Valley St., Adams 



Krukley, Virginia P. 

Benjamin Rd., Shirley 
Kukkula. Mary E. 

14 Middle St. Lane. Kileliburg 
Kules. Peter S. 

42 Hol.voke St.. Northampton 
Kushner, Barbara J. 

7 Susquehanna St., Great Neck, N.V. 
Kuzeja, Edward J. 

Hcndrick St., Easthampton 
Labb, William 

.573 So. West St., Feeding Hills 
Lafrenier... Gilberl F. 



Ling, Joan E. 

Goodman Hill Ud.. Sudbury 
Lint, Lois 

R.K.I). No. 1. ShelburEie Fall 



Flo 



Ilf 



Flo 



Lajoie. l{il^n,on<l \. 

426 M;.|.r.- SI., Holyoke 
Landy. Morton 

252 Columbia Rd.. Boston 
Lane. Harriet 

Whitney Hill, Westminster 
Lane, Jonathan 

Westminster 



Larson. Joseph S. 

11 Beltran Terr., Maiden 
Larson. Richard E. 

280 Greenwood St., Worce 



Lasky. Charles M. 

oOS Ridge St., Fall River 
Lawrence, William C. 

74 Spring St., Melrose 
Lawson, M. Shera 

9 Earl St., Taunton 
Lebowitz, R. Muriel 

657 Allen St., Springfield 
Lecznar, Dorothy A. 

l.S Royal Ave., Holyoke 



Legare, Roger J. 

94 North St., Ware 
Leger. Joan T. 

461 Cold Spring Ave., W. Springfield 
Lemaek. .\lvin G. 

17 Wardman Rd., Boston 

45"Porter St., North Adams 
Levenbaum, Norman L. 

32 Wellington Hill, M.attapan 
Levenson, Paul H. 

561 Ward St., Newton Centre 
Levesque, Robert L. 

3094 Main St., Springfield 
Levine, Edward 

36 Hillside Ave., Lawrence 
Lewis, Evelyn E. 

14 Pierce St., Greenfield 
Lewis, Robbin B. 

Box 268, Ware 
Lewis. Sheila J. 

Boston Post Rd., Sudbury 
Lezberg, Lois 

619 Morton St., Mattapan 
Libow. Lauren E. 

152 Washington St., Newton 
Lilja. Gladys L. 

3 Pigeon Hill, Pigeon Cove 
Lilly, John R. 

11 Day St., Melrose 
Lincoln, Richard T. 

5 Barton St., Taunton 



S. illl 



26 \Vi>l Water St.. Wakefield 
Lloyd, Nancy II. 

R. F. D. No. 2, Inlerlakcn, N. Y. 
Logue. Francis J. 

560 Main St., Woburn 
London, Abram J. 

95 Stedman St., Brooklinc 
Long. Gordon R. 

113 High St.. Everett 
Longmore. Carol A. 

Randall Rd.. Mattapoisctt 
Longtine, James R. 

15 Ross Ave., Ware 
Lyie, Thomas W. 

364 Lowell St., Reading 
Lyons, William H. 

97 Lincoln St., Holyoke 
MacDonald. Claire E. 

357 High St., Hanson 
Maclnnis, Paul M. 

106 Allen St., Athol 
MacKenzie. Clyde L.. Jr. 

Mullen Way, Edgartown 
Mackev. William J. 

434 flollis St., Framingham 
MacLaren, Benjamin F. 

Old Boston Rd., Sutton 
MacLaughlin. Thomas F. 

67 Lyman Rd.. Milton 
MacPhee. Donald 

11 Burman Ave., Worcester 
Madru, Thomas S. 

Prospect St., Chester 
Mahar, John H. 

77 Dunmoreland St., Springfield 
Mahoney. Judith 

23 Felt St., Salem 
Mahoney, Richard J. 

423 Allen St., Springfield 
Maitland. Elaine M. 

40 Prescott St., Clinton 
Maltz. Edward J. 

34 Hazelmere Rd., Roslindale 



Ma 



y. Jo 



I H. 



1.50 Pleasant St., Newton Centr 
Marcotte, Leonard 

31 Franklin St., Holyoke 
Marcus, Alan S. 

65 Congress .\ve., Holyoke 




291] 



Marcus, Myles J. 

33 Blake St., Newtonv 
Marland, Judith M. 

S George St., Andover 
Maroni, Robert V. 

1237 Main St., Athol 
Marr, Marshall I. 

Main St., Bolton 



Martin, John J. 

45 Williamsburg Terr.. PiUsHt'ld 
Masaschi, John E. 

Main St., Chatham 
Masiello, John P. 

241 Conway St., GreenHeld 
Matthews, George A. 

14 Michigan Rd., Worcester 
Mazzaglia, Vincent J. 

3fiO E. Haverhill St.. Lawrence 



McCambridgc, Sally 

38 Winter St., Pittsficld 
McCarthy, Philip R. 

103 Massasoit St., Springfield 
McClurc. Thomas J. 

30 Willard PL, Pittsfield 
McCrillis, George R. 

lOS Oak St., Middleboro 
McDaniel. Joseph B. 

49 Killon St., Taunton 
McDcrmott, Francis X. 

311 South St., Randolph 
McGrath. Joseph F. 

S2 Summer St., Kingston 
Mcintosh, James O. 

7« Pl.vmouth Rd., Needham 
McKcan, David R. 

94 Hawthorne Ave., Needham 
McKenna, Dorothy J. 

10 Harding Rd., Walpolc 
McKinstry, Alice E. 

1.52 Clarendon Ave., Chieopee 
McPhail, Ann M. 

23 Poller St., Boston 
Meckel. Bernard 

267 Franklin St., Holyoke 
Mcllcv, Daniel M. 

49 Plymouth Ave., Milton 
Mello, David G. 

North Sumner St., Edgarlown 
Mento, Charles E. 

92 Lexington St., East 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., East Lee 
Miranda, Ursula 

I Campbell Rd., Stoneham 
Mirkin, Gordon S. 

II Dyer St., Boston 
Mishkin. Marilyn 

71 Harrison Ave., Fitchburg 
Mitchell, Mary A. 

39 Ledyard St., Springfield 
Mitchell, Mary E. 

71 Central Ave., Medtord 
Mochlc, Corinnc M. 

720 Park St., Attleboro 
Monaghan, Edmund, Jr. 

3S Sammet St., Everett 
Moon, Janet 

44 Inman St., Hopedale 
Mooney, David S. 

25 Longfellow Rd., Watertown 
Morgan, Thomas L. 

2S0 Pleasant St., Holyoke 
Morrison, Robert P. 

Oliver St., Easthampton 
Morrison. Thomas A. 

17S Morgan St., Holyoke 
Morse, John L. 

157 Dickerman Rd., Newlon 
Morse, Roscmarie 

472 Boston Post Rd., Weston 
Moynahan, Suzanne 

96 Glenwood St., Lowell 
Mulcahv, Frances E. 

21-4 Garden Lane, Wallham 
Murphy. Carol A. 

1 1 Ihad St., Leominster 
Murray, Mary E. 

2S0 Revere St., Winthrop 
Myers, Grctchen C. 

17 Hall St., Feeding Hills 
Myers, Janet E. 

73 Cross St., Hingham 
Natale, Paul R. 

114 Pleasant St., Winthrop 
Nelson, Eleanor C. 

7S Park St., Mansfield 
Nelson. Paul R., Jr. 

35 King St.. Hol.voke 
Neusncr, Jacob 

50 Sheridan St., Haverhill 
Neville, Robert P. 

Atwood Rd.. South Hadley 



Nil 



, Br 



^R. 



:.32 West Main St., Avon 
Nixon. Henry C. 

7 Bryant St., Methuen 
Nolan, James P. 

IS Morgan St., Holyoke 
Nottonson, Ira N. 

90 Buchanan St., Roslindale 
O'Brien, John S. 

52 Circular Ave., Pittsficld 
O'Connell, John J. 

II Washington St., Milton 
O'Connor, Geraldine M. 

III Stanley St., Swampscott 
Odams, Robert S. 

25 Canal St., West Medford 
O'DonncU, Ceil M. 

169 Allyn St., Holyoke 
O'Hare, Janet M. 

36 Ccdarwood Rd., Jamaica P 
O'Keefe, Timothy J. 

11 Kosciusko St., Peabody 
Ol; 



Ott, Thomas M. 

1 Esmond PI., Tenafly, N. J. 
Owczarski, William A. 

16 Hoosac St., Adams 
Owen, Stephen F., Jr. 

39 Seventh St., Springfield 
Oxman, 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. 

163 Warwick St., Lawrence 



Par 



^M. 



38 Garrison Rd., Wellesley 
Paro. .\llcn K. 

4S Enfield Rd.. Winthrop 
Paros, Lawrence 

69 Bclvidere St., Springfield 
Parsons, Lilla 

5 Villone Dr., Leeds 
Parsons, Margaret A. 

44 Pleasant St., Milton 
Patrie. James H. 

50 Chapel St., Aldcnville 
Patton, Mary E. 

1566 Main St., Walpole 
Pavlovich, John J. 

32 Cleveland St., Westfield 
Perry, Joanne 

66 Dalton Rd., Belmont 



Perrone, Francis S. 

Washington St., North Easton 
Perry. Kathleen O. 

12.S0 Riverside Ave., Somerset 
Pescosolido, Richard M. 

140 Chauncy St., Mansfield 
Peterson, -Janet E. 

256 Connecticut Ave., Pittsfield 
Phillips, Donald F. 

42 Dickinson St., Springfield 
Pittman, Priscilla A. 

King Philip Rd., Sudbury 
Plourdc, Gloria J. 

S3 Gray St., Amherst 
Poikonen, Richard C. 

6 Halford St., Gardner 
Poliks, David M. 

431 Pleasant St., Gardner 
Pollock, Robert J. 

61 Bowditch St., Braintree 
Porter. John P. 

27 Franklin St., Wakefield 
Potter, James S. 

161 Callender St., Dorchester 
Powers, Giles, A. 

40 Summer St., Newton 
Powers, Philip A. 

12 So. Prospect St., Amherst 
Premo, Alberta M-L. 

Union Rd., Wales 
Prentice, Ronald S. 

Ballon Lane, Williamstown 
Pributsky, Phyllis L. 

376 Ridge St., Fall River 
Promisel, Martin S. 

231 Walnut St., Chelsea 
Proulz, David P. 

91 Mosher St., Holyoke 
Pruyne, Jean E. 

137 Egremont Ave., Pittsfield 
Putnam. Richard D. 

24 Upland Rd., Leeds 
Pychcwicz, Francis S. 

Old Warren Rd., Palmer 



[292] 



QuiKU-J. Kicliur<l K. 

lins Plyniiinlh Av,-., I'iiii Itiv.r 
Oiiirk. Miirii' F. 

IS I'iil,...l..f..s SI., IV.il.ii.iy 
(.tiiirk. liohtrlii \. 

.-.:. Shirk li.l., \V<nr.-sUT 
ItnlTcry. Robin L. 

5S Prospect Sf., AmluTsI 
Ralston , Ann L. 

108 Scliermcrhorn Paik. I,,-ii„s 
Rnstnllis. Andrew II. 

M St., Turner.s Fulis 
Rnttmiin. Vl'illiiini .1. 

1711 P.UIICT...V Av,-.. Pillsli.l.l 

HalMia. .losi-pl, I. 

:iS Rod Sp^ill^• IM., An.l..v,T 
Raymond. Sara R. 

Church St.. Vineyard Haven 
Reasan. Robert F. 

47 Strong .\vc.. Pillsliclrl 
Redden, Joan A. 

11 Magnolia Terr., Springfield 
Rccd. Donald D. 

214 Church St., Weston 



Rhodes. Maxinc E. W. 

2 Spruce St., Great Neck. L. I., N. Y. 
Uiee. Richard W. 

Off Maple St., North .\gawam 
Rich, Roger W. 

10 Ethel Ct., M.ilden 
Rilev, Gail A. 

1 Meadow Lane, Shrewsbury 
Rischitelli, Barbara A. 

43 Franklin Terr.. Southhridge 
Robbins. Richard B. 

140 Adams St., Braintree 
Roberto, Yolanda 

4 Cott.age St., Wakefield 
Roberts, Marion C. 

201 Westford Circle, Springfield 
Roberts, Sallv A. 

King St., Groveland 
Roberts. William H. 

12 Woodhridge St., South Hadley 
Robertson. Ruric R. Jr. 

93 Toxteth St., Brookline 
Robinson, Betsy 

Converse Rd., Marion 
Robinson, James 

3314 Wsirder St., N. W., Washington, 
D. C. 
Robinson, Peter 

303 Springfield St., Chicopee 
Rockwood, Walter G. 

60 Hawthorne St., Norwood 
Rodenhizer, Donald K. 

747 Stony Hill Rd., Wilbraham 
Rogers, Ellen N. 

225 Adams St., Fairhaven 
Rose, Edward F. 

21 Pleasant St., Dighton 
Rosenberg, Arthur 

42 Whittier St., Springfield 
Rosenberg, Victor 

62 Perkins St.. Springfield 
Rubinstein, Norbert 

125 University Rd., Brookline 
Rudman, Harold L. 

91 Carver St., Springfield 
Rudnick, Joan L. 

65 Spring St., North .^danis 



Itiisscll, Elizabeth J. 

.North Ashl>urnhiun Ud.. Wiiieheti.lon 
Russell, Mary F. 

52 Ward Ave., Easthanlplon 
RutPield, Richard E. 

23 Pasadena Rd., Dorchesler 
Ryan, Sheilu 

408 School St., Webster 
Sabanty, I'osidon G. 

97 Federal St.. Lynn 
Sachar, Bruce N, 

51 Sheppard St., L.vnn 
St. Martin, Leo I., Jr. 

1340 Main St., Leicester 
Salloom, Rita J. 

02 Plantation St., Worcester 



Sargent, Sallyann 

1 W^est St., Worcester 
Savel, William I. 

29 Whitman St., Dorchester 
Savoy, John K. 

26 Euclid Ave., Springfield 
Sawyer, Roger 

290 Pleasant St., Leominster 
Sax, Lawrence J. 

41 Vale St.. CheLsea 
Scarafoni, Richard D. 

95 Whittier Ave., Pittsfield 
Schneider, Ethel 

69 Tecumseh Dr., Longmeadow 
Schwimmer, Walter B. 

2354-Sl St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Scott, Corrine A. 

Sears, Earle 

47 Mt. Pleasant St., Amherst 
Sears, Gilbert 

Goshen 
Sears, Raymond 

Sears Rd.. Goshen 
Sedgwick, Thomas O. 

East St.. Lenox 
Seifer, Joel M. 

34 Rutland St., Hudson 
Sembroski, Florentine C. 

East State St.. Granby 
Seymour, David E. 

1S4 .Marion St., Springfield 
Shank, June E. 

22 Brandon Rd.. Milton 
Sharpies, Edward 

Adamsville Rd., Central Village 
Shay, Joseph J. 

333 Pelham St., Methuen 
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 
Shores, Richard C. 

Brattleboro Rd., Bernardston 
Shuman, Faith D. 

172 Bainbridge St., Maiden 
Shustcr, Estelle D. 

686 Rockdale Ave.. New Bedford 
Shute, WiUiam F. 

as Chester St., Arlington 
Siddall, George T., Jr. 

6 Washington Ave., Hyannis 
Siegmund, Emil G. 

37 Granite St., Webster 
Simon, Sheldon R. 

1100 East St.. Mansfield 
Simpson, Clarence L. 

Liberian Embassy, Washington, D.C. 
Sitner, Phyllis 

96 Appleton St., Springfield 




Sluckis, Hilda E. 

Hardwick Rd., Barre Plains 
Small, Theodore 

586 Main St., Harwichporl 
Smelins, Silvija 

33 Phillips St., Greenfield 
Smiley, Robert 

Kendall Hill Rd., Sterling 
Smith, Alice 

22 Locust St., New Bedford 
Smith, Barbara J. 

108 Middle St., Braintree 
Smith, George A, 

North Washington St., Belcherton 
Smith. James D. 

176 Laurel Rd., West Springfield 
.Smith, Janet G. 

01 Taylor St., Holyoke 
Smith, Joyce 

24 Worthy Ave., West Springfield 
Solomon, Edward 

7 Davis St., Turners Falls 
Solomon. Harold W. 

7 Davis St., Turners Falls 
Sottung, Donald H. 

33 Harding St., Pittsfield 
Sowerby, Robert W. 

2 Stow Rd., Marlboro 
Spahl, Raymond 

55 Arlington St., Worcester 
Spencer, Frederick H. 

490 Front St., Weymouth 
Stearns, Elgie 

1005 North Main St., Palmer 
Stengle, Charles E. 

105 Falmouth Rd., .Arlington 
Steplar, Barbara \. 

17 Lincoln St., Westfield 
Stevens. Shirlev 

124 Highland Ave., Fitchburg 
Stewart, James R. 

137 Green St., Melrose 
Stockbridge, Edward O. 

19 McKinley Terr., Westfield 
Stone, Herbert 

34 Crawford St., Boston 



Stoney, Janet 

11 Fern St., Lexington 
Strachan, Barbara J. 

Plain St., Upton 
Streeter, Roger L. 

Box HI, New Salem 
Suleski, John R. 

32 Knightly Rd.. Hadley 
Sullivan, Constance J. 

70 Exeter St., Lawrence 



293 




Sullivan, Elaine M. 

GO Florence Ave., Norwood 
Sullivan. James F. 

227 White St., SpringficM 
Sullivan, Joseph T. 

■Sr, Rowe St., Jlilton 
Sullivan. Tliyllis A. 

100 Walker St., FaliiDuth 
Swain, Richard C. 

97 Farragut Rd., Swampseott 
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., West Roxbury 
Sweet, George E. 

20 Forbes St., Westboro 



Szlaehetka, Francis L. 

27 Ducharme Ave., Willimanset 
Tarpey, Philip J. 

374 Elm St., Gardner 
Tashjian, Robert C. 

SO Lexington Ave., Cambridge 
Tateosian, Edward 

916 Warren Ave., Brockton 
Taylor. Cornell 

1402 Main St., North Reading 
Taylor, Cynthia A. 

12 Lafayette Rd., Salisbury 
Taylor, John L. 

330 No. Main St., Deerfield 
Taylor, Norma L. 

21 Ana wan Ave., Saugus 
Taylor, Robert I. 

S Harvard St., Melrose 
Taylor, Russell C. 

S4 Belmont St., Whitman 
Tela, S. Paul 

47 Osgood St., Lawrence 



Te 

1 
Tessieini, Maralyn A. 

.54 Bancroft Ave., Milford 
Thagard, Alfred D. 

74 Dawes St., Springfield 
Tibbals. Lucy A. 

Mill Rd., Eastham 
Tierney. David J. 

715 West St., Pittsfield 
Tober. Gerald 

95 Warren Terr., Longmeadow 
Tobiason, Kenneth F. 

191 Newport St., Arlington 
Todt, William E. 

4.S2 Granby Rd., South Hadley 
Tompkins, Earle A. 

5 Glendale St., Easthampton 
Tompkins, Marcia 

Pleasant St., South Natick 



Tripp, Raymond P., Jr. 

107 So. Main St., Middleboro 
Trocchi, Robert F. 

42 Austin St., Bridgewater 
Trubounis, Hector H. 

,507 Carew St., Springfield 
Tubman. Jefferson L. 

Brewster 
Tucker. Gordon 

Norcross Hill, Baldwinville 
Tucker. Susan 

Norcross Hill, Baldwinville 
Tuthill. Robert W. 

1784 Washington St., Newton 
Tuttle. Marilyn R. 

132 Bainbridge St., Maiden 
Tuttle. Shirley A. 

Southbridge Rd., Warren 
Urton, Maureen 

1 Pleasant View Ave., Concord, 
Utman, Howard W. 

White Oaks Rd., Williamstowr 
VaHdes, Robert W. 

1.50 Romaldo Rd., Weymouth 
Vanassc. Norma M. 

259 Bridge St., Northampton 
Varnam. Marion F. 

320 South St., Southbridge 
Vaughan. Marjorie J. 

61 Fearing St., Amherst 
Veilleux, Eugene D. 

22 Perry Ave., Lawrence 
Velleman. Mililred B. 

131 Freeman St., Brookline 
Vieos. Roy L. 

92 Breckwood Boulevard, Spri: 



Vogel. William G. 

22 St. .Jerome St., Holyoke 
Wadsworth. David H. 

43 Tower Lane, Cohasset 



Waechter. Nancy R. 

270 Main St., Walpole 
Waite, Donald R. 

425 South Pleasant St., Amherst 
Waterman, Chandler H. 

703 Pleasant St., Athol 
Watters. Suzanne 

Bonnie Brae Farm, MiUington, N. J. 
Waxman, Edward E. 

102 Lawton St., Brookline 



We 

1 
Welch. Donald A. 

204 Brown Ave., Holyoke 
Wellington. Joan 

3S Summer St., Fitchburg 
Wentworth. Lyle D. 

14 May St., Spencer 
Wesslen, Barbara J. 

Cottage St., West Brookfield 
Wetterberg. David A. 

53 Summer St., Andover 
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. 

Causeway Rd., Vineyard Haven 
Whittemore, Joan M. 

R.F.D. No. 3, Amherst 
Wilde, Kenneth K. 

11 Chickering St., Pittsfield 
Wirth, Peter C. 

10 E. Leland St., Chevy Chase, Md. 
Wisniewski, Felix S. 

79 Lamb St., South Hadley Falls 
Wolfe. Richard H. 

North Longyard Rd., Southwick 
Wolff. Richard G. 

202 East 93rd St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Wood. Dean C. 

92 Bromfield St., Newburyport 
Wood. Judith P. 

143 Main St., Shelburne Falls 
Wood, Raymond H., Jr. 

99 So. Main St., Middleboro 
Woodbury, Paul W. 

155 High St., Southbridge 
Woodworth. Clyde A. 

34 James Ave., Northampton 
Woolley, David B. 

166 Converse St., Longmeadow 
Wyman, Nancy B. 

493 Auburn St., Auburndale 



igfield 
ikfield 



[294; 




SOPHOMORES 



SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 
Luinbert, Bailey, Robideau. Johnson 



As the sophomores return to 
school in September, they find 
that they have become the impor- 
tant half of the hazing duo. At 
long last they have the upper 
hand. Registration is a familiar 
thing to them. Not only do they 
know how to register, but they 
even know what to register for. 
And after their week of guiding 
the freshmen through their first 
experience of college life the soph- 
omores return to their familiar 
studies and extracurricular activi- 
ties. 

Life takes on a broader scope 
for them. They now have three 
cuts per course and to their great 
joy they learn that the Dean's 
Ofiice will not lower a course 
grade for overcutting. That Sat- 
urday English class may not be so 



bad! For the women later hours 
are a welcome blessing. 

The sophomores not only have 
their choice of campus activities — 
they assume places of leadership. 




[295] 




They have at last found a 
"home" at the University, and 
feel a real reluctance to leave the 
campus when June comes around. 
Their horizons have broadened, 
and they look forward with height- 
ened anticipation to the next 
year, when they will be juniors. 



W hat <lo you think of my mother? 



They take charge of the Christmas 
Carol Sing and the Soph-Senior 
Hop. They are members of Maroon 
Key or Scrolls. The athletes of the 
class are on varsity teams now, 
and the whole University takes on 
a new meaning for the sophomore 
who now feels a real part of it. 

The enthusiasm and exuberance 
of the sophomore are wonderful 
things to see. They enter into ac- 
tivities with a vim and vigor that 
make the other upper classes mar- 
vel. Nothing slows them down. 
No longer are they on the outside 
looking in! This is college — and 
they are sophomores — not fresh- 
men with their fears or juniors 
with decisions to make or seniors 
who are beginning to suffer from 
nostalgia, but they are members 
of an active and carefree class. 




[ 296 



SCROLLS 



The Scrolls are well-known, not 
only to the Freshman Women who 
look to them for leadership and 
help, especially through those first 
days in September, but also to the 
campus for their outstanding mem- 
bers and contributions to college 
life. At an All-Women's Honor 
Convocation in the Spring, the 
new members are tapped for this 
Sophomore Honor Society, which 
bases its selection on leadership, 
service and personality. 

The Scrolls started out this 
September with a well-organized 
and interesting plan to welcome 
the freshmen and make them feel 



a part of the campus. Outstanding 
in particular was the freshman 
dormitory competition, which was 
climaxed by a successful talent 
night. 

From the time the Scrolls arrive 
for the Student Leaders Confer- 
ence before school opens officially, 
until late in October, they do all 
they can to help the new coeds. 
Their assistance at registration is 
the only salvation of man^v a be- 
wildered freshman. But their ser- 
vice goes further than this, as they 
gladly lend a hand to Isogon and 
other organizations throughout the 
year. 



Back Row: Grahii, Gifford, I 
Front Row: Robidcau. Caror 


tex, LaClair, Gionfriddo, McMalion 

1, Johnson, Nicholae. Wolk, Fisler, Clark 


wf f 1 


If 1 v^ ^H 


% J f 1 


1 l-rlirl; \ 



297 



MAROON KEY 



The Maroon Key, composed of 
twenty outstanding men of the 
sophomore class tapped in the 
spring, has the primary purpose 
of promoting good sportsmanship 
and school spirit. Capturing fresh- 
man enthusiasm is one way it car- 
ries out this aim. Co-ordinating 
its plans with those of the Scrolls, 
the Maroon Key works diligently 
to acquaint the freshmen with the 
campus, especially during the few 
days before the upper-classmen 
arrive in September. Then during 
Freshman Week, it helps make 
the many freshman activities a 
success. The Maroon Key mem- 



bers are found along with the 
Scrolls trying to help the bewil- 
dered freshman through the con- 
fusion of registration. 

The white caps with the Maroon 
Keys are seen at every football 
game as the Key acts as host to 
visiting athletic teams. After the 
Homecoming game it supervises 
the freshman-sophomore Rope 
Pull. 

x\lways willing to step in and 
help wherever it is needed, the 
Key sets a good example in school 
spirit and can rightfully claim 
much of the credit for the success 
of countless school activities. 



Back Row: Murray, Neusncr, Chatis, DiProfio, Bruso. Donald, Abrahamson 
Front Row: Bauchiero, Walsh, HasscU, Lumbert, Hallett, Sturtevant, Keho 




[298 



Alilmtt, Philip F. 

ISS OniTiKc SI.. .Mlii.l 
.M.<rrronil>i<-. .loliii K... .|r. 

I Hi.M.'ii IM . .\ii,l,,v,'r 
Al.raliainsoii. Il„»iir<l l(. 

DAllKc-l.. SI.. Wayhiiiil 
Adnins, Aiitliuity A. 

157 Providence St., Worceslcr 
Adams, Doris A. 

Denver St., Beverly 
Adams. Robert A. 

24 Arlington St., Rockhinil 
Aggcrup. Lois G. 

59 Upland St., Springfield 
Ahern, Carole F. 

35 Congress St., Greenfield 
Alio, Paul E. 

5 Powers Ct.. Woreester 
Alacoiiis. Donald J. 

Sehoolhousc Rd., Tolland 
Albanis, Charles L. 

70 Rock St., Lowell 
Alden, Dorothy L. 

Aucoot Rd., Mattapoisetl 
Allen, Eleanor 

6 Smith St., Amherst 
Allen, Maurice F., Jr. 

22 Oakland St., West Springfield 
AIvcs, Carlos 

9S Earle St., New Bedford 
Ames, Donald F. 

1013 North Pleasant St., Amherst 
Ames, Robert T. 

1013 North Pleasant St., Amherst 
Amidon, Patricia A. 

761 Grove St., Worcester 
Anair, Patricia A. 

761 Grove St., Worcester 
Anderson, Barbara J. 

24 Brierwood Lane, Norwood 
Anderson, June 

43 Pine Ridge Rd., Arlington 
Arms, Richard 

Deerfield 



Atkins, Arthur R. 

Brook St., Plympton 
Averv. Donald R. 

North River Rd., Colrain 
Avkanian. Ara A. 

43 Jlazarin St.. Indian Orchard 
Babb. Roger S. 

73 Mt. Prospect St., Bridgewater 
Backiel. Mitchie T. 

2S Elm St., Hatfield 
Bailey, Arthur E. 

521 South St., Pittsfield 
Bailey, Robert W. 

7 Reynolds St., New Bedford 
Bairstow, Robert N. 

109 Carson Ave., Dalton 
Baker, Rexford V. N. 

147 Central St., Auburn 
Baker, Sylvia M. 

331 Lake Ave., Newton Highlands 
Balaguer. John E.. ,Jr. 

47 BufEngton St., Somerset 
Baldasari, Paul F. 

9SS East St., Walpole 



Ballonoff, .Arnold M. 

22.5S Demington Dr., Cleveland 
Heights, Ohio 

Banas, Bernard J. 

66 West St., Hadley 

Bannon, Kenneth E. 

43 Curtis St., Rockport 



Kur 



29 SI. .lohn St., Husl.iM 
itiirkcr. Edward 

Mi27 Main Si., Briicklon 
lliirniird. William W. 

1112 All.slon St., West Medford 
Barnes, James A. 

Petersham 
Barr, Glenn M. 

2IS Pleasant St., Holyoke 
Barren. Peter J. K. 

7 Mh:,ny St., Quincy 
Barrettc, Claude J. 

Christian Hill Rd.. Great Barringto 
Barrows, Evelyn Ann 

10S3 Rockdale Ave, New Bedford 
Barry, Claire M. 

163 Gilbert Ave., Springfield 
Barry. William B. 

270 Arcadia Blvd., Springfield 
Barton, Barbara J. 

141 Field Rd., Longmcadow 
Basiliere, Donald A. 

17 Kelly St., Haverhill 
Bator, Walter E., Jr. 

Church St.. Cheshire 
Bauchiero, Frank E. 

122 Hamburg St., Springfield 
Bayon, Joan M. 

45 Pleasant St., Holyoke 
Bearce, Charlcne Anne 

87 Porter St., Melro.se 
Bcaubien, David J. 

So 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., Westficid 
Bennett, Patricia L. 

119 White Oak Rd., Springfield 
Bent, Leslie A. 

SS West Broadway, Gardner 
Berg, Frances C. 

IS Cascade Ave., Lowell 
Bergeron, Dolores L. A. 

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, 

00 Summer St., Adams 
Bernstein, Louis M. 

Jefferson Ave., Peabody 
Beroll, Lorraine 

9 Pomona Rd., Worcester 
Bessette, Albert E. 

428 Maple St., Holyoke 
Bianchi. John 

88 Liberty St., Fall River 
Billieux, Paul D. 

113 Market St., Northampton 
Birbeck, Eleanor 

R. F. D. No. 1, N. Stonington, Conn 
Bishop, DollolT F. 

20 Landon Circle, Lynn 
Blair. Carol D. 

lOS Highland Ave., Somerville 
Blaisdell, John L. 

U. of M. Farmhouse, Amherst 
Blanchard. Barbara E. 

309 Park St., W. Springfield 
Blanchard, Hilda J. 

Thompson St., Middleboro 



Blanchard, Paul A. 

33S Walden SI., Camliridge 
lllanehar,!. Philip (;. 

>>■'. I>ar Mill St., Holyoke 

lllalehliN. Donald M. 

IS7 Van.k ltd., Waban 
Bliss, Theodore 

1.56 Mt. Vernon St., Wincheslei 
Blossom, Fred C. 

139 Border St., Cohassel 
Blumit, Dezija B. 

31 North St., Randolph 
Boehman, Raymond A. 

76-A Prichard Ave, ScuiuTvillc 
Boll, Richard A. 

52 High St., Haverhill 
Bombardier. Valerie A. 

49 Davenport St., Norlh Arlani 
Borcn, Alfred E. 

142 Ash St., New Bedford 
Bouchard. Paul H. 

37 Converse St., Springfield 
Boucher, Brian G. 

482 Cottage St., New Bedford 
Bourbonnais, Eugene E.. Jr. 

7141 Valjean Ave., Van Nu.vs. 
Bowers, Harold J. 

61 Thatcher St., Brookline 
Bowers. Richard H. 

539 State St., Springfield 
Bowler, Joanne E. 

120 Northampton Rd., An.hersI 
Boydcn, Elwin R. 

172 Summer St., South Walpole 
Boyle, Marylee F. 

190 Lew'is Rd., Belmont 
Brackney, Alfred P. 

15 Ames Ave., West Springfield 
Bradshaw, Bette H. 

ad St., Cheshire 
, Vcrna R. 



6 Rich 
Bra 

30 P; 
Breda, 



Rd.. Ro 



Don 



sfield 



aick A. 

■ St., North .\da 
Brice, Cynthia J. 

56 Mercury Ct., West Spi 
Briggs, Carlton M ., Jr 

11.50 West St., "' 
Briggs, Philip T. 

89 Front St., Weymoulh 
Brigham. Joan B. 

Boston Rd., Sutton 
Britt, Dorothy J. 

13 Maple St.', Amherst 
Broide, Evelyn S. 

OS Mora St., Dorchester 
Broughton. Ralph D.. Jr 

03 Lvnnficld St., Peabod' 




[299] 




Brown, David C 

8S Pleasant St., Winc-heiiilo 
Brown, Erma R. 

SO BukcT St., Lynn 
Brown, Jamt's M. 

Box 21(i, CiMitcrvillc 



Brown, Spcro I*. 

20 Beach St., Miincheste 
Bruno, George S. 

5i) Tappan St., Everett 
Brushwav, Marian J. 

1.5 Upland Rd., Leeds 
Brnso. Robert J. 

South Si., Upton 
Budreau, Ralph C. 

74 Eutaw Ave., L.vnn 
Bukcr, Fred M. 

7 Park St., L.vnn 
I 



Burke, Michael J. 

ISO Montague Rd., North An 
Burn, Heather ,1. 

9 Mechanic St., Marblehead 
Burr. David D. 

37(i North St., Dalton 
Burstein, Jovce M. 

103 Melha Ave., Springfield 
Butler, Stewart E. 

77 Nonotuck St., Holyoke 



Cain, Ellen 

34 Congress Ave., Holyoke 
Caldwell, Chester R. 

10 Everett St., Melrose 
Calkins, Dwight F. 

61 Randall St., Palmer 
Callahan, John N. 

12.5 Ashuelot St., Dalton 
Campos, John R., .Jr. 

59 Tuckernuck Ave., Oak Bluffs 
Candiloro, Theodore A. 

90 Liberty St.. North Adams 
Cantor, Herbert 

102-09 02 Ave., Forest Hills, \. Y 
Caouette, Damase Z. 

School St., Montague 
Caouette, Paul E. 

School St., Montague 
Cardello, Joseph .4. 

S.5 Le-xington St., Lawrenca 



Carlson. Donald G. 

03S Trapclo Rd., Wallham 
Carlson, Erving E. 

Sterling -Junction 
Carlson. Kenneth L. 

20 Woods \vf.., Worcester 
Carlson. Ronald W. 

17 Inwood Rd., Auhurn 
Carney, Jean M. 

09 Richardson Rd., Melrose 
Caron. Evelyn J. 

9 Maple St., South Hadley Fa 
Caron, Laura M. 

S Maple St., Gloucester 
Carr, Peter E- 

1 Circuit Rd., Braintrcc 
Carson, Robert G. 

1)2 Lincoln St., Gardner 
Carson, Riehard O. 

Oakdale Ave, Marion 



: B. 



. Sale 



T4 Saxon Rd., Worcester 
Casey, Constance M. 

199S Westfield St., West Springfield 
Casey, Mary P. 

253 Gillette Ave., Springfield 
Caswell, David R. 

Plymouth R. F. D. No. 3, Middlcboro 

outh 
Catron, Judith 

21 Pineywoods Ave., Springfiel.i 
Caverly, David A. 

Lowe's Lane, Ipswicli 
Chabot. Donald L. 

310 Elm St., North Alllcboro 
Chabot. Louis J. 

137 Smith St., Altleboro 
Charm, Winifred M. 

10 Wallingford Rd., Brighton 
Chase, Bradford S. 

40 Barnum St., Taunton 
Chatis, Jordan G. 

7 Haverhill St., Methuen 
Chcfltz, Maurice 

7 Rosedale St., Boston 
Chliszexyk, Barbara A. 

Maple St., North Bellingham 
Churnick. Nancy R. 

230 Bonad Rd., Chestnut Hill 
Cimonetti, Frank L. 

130 Furnace St., North Adams 
Clapp, James R. 

Audubon Rd.. Leeds 
Clark, Janice M. 

5 Goddard Ave., Turners Falls 
Clement, Edward D. 

35 Summer St.. Fairhaven 
Cloutier, Paul P. 

90 Hampshire St., Holyoke 
Cloutier, Roger J. 

13 West St., North Atllcboro 
Cobb, Phyllis M. 

lOM Gustin Ave.. Attleboro 
Cohen, Janet M. 

125 Rosetta St., Dorchester 

ett 
Colburn, Carlton B., Jr. 

102 Rockland St., Natick 
Cole, Douglas L. 

S3 Spring St., Lexington 
Cole, George F. 

01 South St., Plainville 
Collins, Albert T. 

100 Nightingale Ave., Quincy 
Colodny, Benjamin W. 

27 Union St., Greenfield 
Connolly. William A. 

21 Cottage St., Peabody 



Conroy. Robert E. 

14 Bell Rd., North Brookfield 
Constantino, George E. 

155 F'orest St., Medford 
Conway, Peter W. 

32 Shelburne St., Greenfield 
Cook, Joan S. 

North Plain Rd., Housatonic 
Cook, Wendell B. Jr. 

Highland St., Townsend 
Coolong. Charles T. Jr. 

1 Maple St., Monson 
Coon, Robert M. 

13 Highland PI., Needham 
Cooper, Edward A. 

42 King St., Monrovia, Liberia 
Corey. Robert J. 

25 Harding Ave., Belmont 
Corkum. Terrill M. 

41 Washington St., Stoneham 
Corrigan. Michael T. 

31 Tilden Rd., Scituate 
Coskren, Maryann P. 

17S Saratoga St., Lawrence 
Couglin, James L. 

1034 Massachusetts Ave., North 
Adams 
Cousineau, Barbara A. 

10 Bay View Ave., Danvers 
Cram, Robert L. 

14 Bearmont Terr., Springfield 
Crawford. Richard G. 

SS West Main St., Ware 
Crosby, Patricia A. 

S3 Humphrey St., Marblehead 
Crouse. ,lohn L. 

172 Upland Rd., Sharon 
Crowell, Scth H. 

33 Sesuit Rd., East Dennis 
Cudak, Bernard S. 

5 Godek St., Adams 
CuUinan. Roy B., Jr. 

4 Garden St., Auburn 
Cunningham. Ann R. 

37S Elm St., West Springfield 
Curley, Philip N. 

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. 

15 Linden Ave., Greenfield 
D^Amelio, Anthony V. 

482 A North St., Randolph 
Dana-Bashian, Philip 

19 Craig PI., Brookline 
Danaher. William K. 

51 Trafton Rd., Springfield 
Dane. Charles H. 

Smith Rd., Ashfield 
Daniels, Muriel B. 

1.54 Francis Ave., Pittsfield 
Darlington, John F. 

51 Cypress Ave., Methuen 
Davis. Allura M. 

118 East St., Hingham 
Davis, Claire M. 

195 Florence St., Melrose 
Davis, Martha J. 

12 Homer St., Springfield 



[300] 



IVtliii. Richard K. 

:il Warren St., Norlli Aliiiif 
Dickhuiit, Iticlmrd II. 

1(17 Chilton St., Belmonl 
i>ik. David W. 

South Row Rii., Townsenii 



l>ixon^ Donald L. 

53 Pheasant Hill St., Westnooil 
Dixon, Thlcma M. L. 

S:i Pheasant Hill St., \Vestwo,i,l 
Doherty, Charles T. 

Slate ltd., Richmond 
Doii 

St 
Doll, Linda L. 

12 Beach St., Newtonville 
Donald, Robert W. 

4a Albcrniarle St., Springfield 
Donnelly, Anne M. 

IS Thomas Ave.. Holyoke 
Dooley, Mary E. 

20G .\llyn St., Holyoke 
DoweU, Chloe M. 

12 West St., Gilbertville 
Downes, Anna E. 

Huntington 
Downs, Robert A. 

South St., Douglas 
Drinkwater, Ralph H. 

192 Adams St., Waltham 
Dudeck, Roger L. 

(10 Edendale St., Springfield 
Dufva, Alfred R. 

i) Hemlock St., Worcester 
Dugas, Arthur J. 

Curtis Hill Rd.. Charlton Depot 
Dumais, Riehard A. 

19 Care St., Worcester 
Dunham, Carol J. 

54 Walker St., North Quiney 
Dunham, James J. 

21 Spadina Pkwy., Pittsfield 
Durgan, Virginia E. 

lOU Cedar St., Framingham 
Duscl, Irma K. 

71 .\lden St., Lynn 
Dushman, Allan 

o Arlington St., Brockton 
Duval, Joyce A. 

13 Pine St., Wheelwright 
DuVernois, Robert C. 

1.50 East St., Dalton 
Eberwein, Robert V. 

52 Commonwealth Ave., Pittsfield 
Egan, James F. 

20 High St., East Longmeadow 
Eid, Riehard N. 

5.S Cohasset St., W^orcester 
Ericksou, Ann 

Center St., Segreganset 
Ernest, Jane V. 

North Chicopee St., Fairview 
Estes, Albert T., Jr. 

32!) Sunset Hill St., Fall River 
Estrella, George B. 

30 Vestal St., Fall River 
Evans, Robert S. 

312 Miller St., Ludlow 
Everest, Anne E. 

So Ridge Ave., Pittsfield 
Pagan, Saul L. 

30 Derby St.. Worcester 
Farley, Donald L. 

34 Whitman St., Willimansett 
Farley, Stewart B. Jr. 

S Horseshoe Dr., Sterling 
Farragher, Thomas A. 

65 Carmel Hd., Andover 



urrell. <:iurenci' V. 

2S(I Prospect St., Slonghloii 
uiilkn.r. Robert J. 

HI W 1 SI.. Northampton 



II. <; 



E. 



2IIII Wcsl SI., Holyoke 
FriuKold. Sandra V. 

(>5 Capen St., Dorehcste 
Fcldman, Ncal M. 

7U Pond St., Natick 
Felipe, Cecelia C. 

147 Oliver St., Fall Rive 
Feltus, John F. 

Blandford Rd., Woronoc 



Ferrarini, Theresa A. 

232 Walnut St.. North Agawam 
Field, Richard W. 

Walnut St., Berlin 
Finley, William H. 

379 Andover St., Danvcrs 
Finn, Robert K. 

UG Market St., Northampton 
Fisher, Irwin M. 

136 Seaver St., Boston 
Fisler, Frances L. 

105 Park St., North .Utieboro 
Fitzpatrick, Ronald B. 

5 Westland Ave., Chelmsford 
Flavin, John P. 

25 Forest Ave., Greenfield 
Fleming, Alfred D. 

62 Basswood St., Lawrence ' 
Fletcher, Robert B. 

57 Highland St., Southbridge 
Florini, June K. 

1064 So. Church St., North Ada 
Fontana, Victor J., Jr. 

Hinsdale 
Forbes, Jean 

43 Locust St., ,\ttleboro 
Ford, Robert O. 

.563 Tyler St., Pittsfield 
Forman, Howard W. 

504 Washington St., Brookline 
Fouhy, Edward M. 

440 Central Ave., Milton 



Francis, Mary L. 

673 Washington St., Brighton 
Francis, Robert W. 

41 Northrop St., Hopedale 
Frawley, Eileen 

53 Central St., Turners Falls 
Frazer, Robert B. 

109 Walnut St., Leominster 
Frcdelte, Norman H. 

305 Franklin Rd., Fitehburg 
Fredrickson, Henry J. 

SI Forest St., South Weymouth 
Freedman, Victor A. 

612 Newton St., Brookline 
Freeling, Sheila H. 

2035 S2 St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Fresia, Dante M., Jr. 

.S5 Oswego St., Springfield 
Friedenberg, Marilyn D. 

240 Mt. Hope PI., New York, N. Y. 
Frisch, Elizabeth A. 

ISO Montgomery Ave., Pittsfield 
Fritz. Maureen E. 

24 Normandy St.. Dorchester 
Frve, Walter C, Jr. 

21 Ocean St., North Quiney 
Fuller, Clare E. 

.53 South St., Northampton 
Gale. John H. 

Helvetia St., Tewksbury 



22ti\i> 



:an>w, <;ioria M. 

44 Tatt St., West Newton 
FBrdner, Robert F. 
44 Springfield St., Wilbraham 
, Robert D. 

upden St., Chicopee 
Juziano, Joseph S. 
24 Ricker Rd., Newton 
Geryk, Robert L. 

14 Hudson St., Easthamplon 
Gctchell, Benjamin W. 

34 Northend Ave., Salem 
Gibb, Robert B. 

23 Birch St., Ludlow 
Gibbs, Robert E. 

55 School Ave., Stoughton 
Gibowiez, Charles J. 

214 Elm St., Greenfield 
Gilford, Carol E. 

2040 W'ilbraham Rd., Springfield 
Gillandcr, John R. 

02 Worcester St., West Bo.vlston 
Gionfriddo, Nora V. 

31 Portland St., Holyoke 
Glendon, Lowell M. 

ISl Housatonic St., Dalton 
Glowka, Christine H. 

39 Pine St.. North Bellingham 
Gobeille, Louis G. 

316 Stanton Ave., Huntington 
Godin, Alfred J. 

12 Connors St., Fitehburg 
Codner, Marvin J. 

112-41 6S Dr.. Forest Hills, N. Y'. 
Goldberg, Myron L. 

13 Gardner St., Chelsea 
Goldman, Carol N. 

153 Salem St., Maiden 
Goldschmidt, Joel L. 

97 Cedarhurst Ave., Cedarhurst, N 
Goldstein, Eleanor B. 

57 Hixville Rd., North Dartmout 
Gooding, Priseilla J. 

132 Central St., Hudson 
Goodman, Richard A. 

269 Longhill St., Springfield 
Gordonstein, Arnold S. 

101 Abbot St., Springfield 
Gorman, James B. 

32 Oberlin St., Worcester 
Gorman, Jeanie M. 

Chapel St., North Wilbraham 
Goulart, Patricia A. 

5S Maple St.. Greenfield 
Gould. Harold W. 

R. F. D. No. 2, Shelburne Falls 
Goureghian, S. Sylvia 

15 Nelson St., Clinton 




301 



Handy, Carol B. 

1 Pleasant Ct., Marblehead 



34 Housatonic St., Lee 



Grant, Bettylou 

285 Main St., Wilminglon 
Grant, George C. 

10 Ethel Ct.. Maiden 
Gravel, Roland E. 

30 Maplewood St., Milllnny 
Greaney, Sbeila M. 

153 Friend St., Amesbui-y 
Green, Carol Lee 

369 Rogers Ave., West Springfield 
Greenstein. Jack J. 

44 Kilsyth Rd., Brookline 
Greenwood, Douglas E. 

82 Summit Ave., Athol 
GriOin, Alma M. 

150 Park St., Gardner 
Griffin, .John F. Jr. 

144 Aldrich St., Boston 
Groff, Peter L. 

Mill River 
Gross, Francinc S. 

722 No. Montcllo St., Brockton 
Gross, Jane M. 

67 Milton St., Northampton 
Gross. Ona L. 

1373 Boxwood Dr. E., Hewlett, N. Y. 
Grout, Alan f. 

257 Mowei- St., Worcester 
Groves, Barbara M. (Mrs.) 

Bray Rd., Shelburne Falls 
Grundstroni, Hartley E. 

SI Savoy Ave., Springfield 
Guenard, Richard L. 

109-A Prospect St., Foxboro 
Gummow, Beatrice E. 

35 SoMth St., West Bridge%vater 
Gunn, R. Marilyn 

9 Liberty St., Ipswich 
Guyer, Barbara J. 

5S Rockland St., Springfield 
Hall, Franklin R. 

OS Franklin St., Stoughton 
HaU, Lee H. 

65 West High St., Avon 
Hallrnl>rook. Philip C. 

W; Qiiiiil A^.•.. Allslon 
Hallell. Donald It. 

72 We.-lfurd Circle, Springfield 
Halloran, Donna M. 

140 Federal St., Northampton 
Hancock. Thomas J. 

131 Conant Rd., Melrose 




Ha 



Hanson, Donald 

59 Summerhill Ave., Worcester 
Hanson, Donald W. 

65 Whiting Ave., Dedham 
Harncb, Judith L. 

72 Lime St., Newburyport 
Harrington, Neal J. 

15 Card Ave., Westwood 
Harts, Marilyn J. 

70 Brattle St., Cambridge 
Harvey, Norman L. 

R. F. D. No. 1, Fitchburg 
Hassell, John J. 

n9'A Harvard St., Cambridge 
Hastings, Ralph L. 

Nelson Point, Shrewsbury 
llaworth, Robert B. 

R. F. D. No. 1, Guiles Rd., Lincoln 
Hayward, Harold W. 

Foundry St., South Easton 
llcarii, KoMiicth F., Jr. 

l',dt-;ul..»M R.I., Vineyard Haven 
lIcKKic. Kolicrl B. 

01 Meadow St., North Adams 
Higgins, Robert L. 

22 Vine Brook Rd., Lexington 
Ilindlc, Martha J. 

525 Hadley St., Hadley 
Hintze, David B. 

3S3 Mountain Rd., Wilbraham 
Hirst, Carol F. 

County Rd., Mattapoisett 
Hitchcock, John L. 

1313 Southbranch Pkwy., Springfield 
Hober, Ronnie R. 

30-.\ Frederick St., Framingham 
Hoffman, Arthur H. 

41 Cutler St., Winthrop 
llolbrook, Martha L. 

10 lirightside Ave., Shrewsbury 
Holden, Richard F. 

77 Gardner St., Hingham 
HoUingsworth. Nancy L. 

21 Lake Shore Rd.. Nalick 
llollister, William F. 

195 Pomeroy Ave., Pittsficld 
Horn, Robert C. 

31 Douglas 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 JIanhan St., Northampton 
Hewlett, Robert A. 

23 Pleasant St., Medfield 
Hubbard, William H. 

41 Revere St., Boston 
Hudson, Norman W. 

199 Washington St., Gloucester 
Hultman, Janet E. 

230 Walnut St., Abington 
Hunia, Robert E. 

Lampbl.ack.Rd., Greenfield 
Hunt, May I. 

Granby Rd., Granville 
Hurd, Paul M. 

510 Auburn St., Newton 
Hurst, Sandra M. 

23 Mall St., Lynn 
Hutchins, RusseU M. 

24 No. Main St., Raynbam Centre 
Hyer, Robert A. 

157 Cottage St., Athol 



Ingram, Walter J. 

35-34 S4 St., Jackson Heights, N. Y. 
Itchkowitz, Charles E. 

80 Ballou Ave., Dorchester 
Jack, Douglas A. 

59 Massa.soit St., Northampton 
Jackson, Molly C. 

94 Ferry St., E.asthampton 
Jaeobson. John 

222 Pleasant St., Brookline 
Jaeobson, Robert 

91 Westminster Rd., East Weymouth 
Jaeobson, Sandra 

474 Maple St., Holyoke 
Jaeobson, Virginia L. 

16 Summer St., Middleboro 
Jarvela, Nina L. 

Coolidge St., Fitchburg 
Jaworek, Margaret R. 

45 Maple St., Marlboro 
Johnson, Carolyn C. 

307 Dean St., Norwood 
Johnson, David F. 

2 Bay State Rd., Worcester 
Jolmson, Donald J. 

41 Forest St., Fitchburg 
.Tohnson, George A., Jr. 

Main St., West Barnstable 
Johnson, Harry T., Jr. 

10 Holliston St., Medway 
Johnson, Herbert G. 

37 Woodside Ave., Amherst 
Johnson, Nita L. 

42 Elmlawn Rd., Braintree 



Jones, Jacqueline A. 

30 Dustin St., Peabody 
Jordan, Barbara L. 

2S Park St., Pittsfield 



Julian, .John F. 

3S2 Union St., Leominster 
Juskiewicz, Phyllis A. 

129 Prospect St., Northampton 
Kaligian, Barkev H. 

137 Edinboro St., Newtonville 
Kane, Joseph L. 

700 Union St., Rockland 
Kaplan, Marshall L. 

17 Kings Bench Terr., Swampscott 
Kaplan, Sam W. 

32 Shawmut St., Springfield 
Kaplow, Sheldon H. 

129 Sandwich St., Plymouth 
Katsounakis, Mary M. 

103 Carew St., Springfield 
Katzenson, Selma L. 

80 Granite St., Worcester 
Kees, Beryl P. 

East Main St., Hopkinton 
Kehoe, Theodore E. 

173 W. Center St., West Bridgewater 
Kelleher, Katherine M. 

188 Moore St., Lowell 
Kelley, Harold P., Jr. 

453 Hillside Ave., Holyoke 
Kelley, Sandra J. 

38 Linnet St., West Roxbury 
KeUy, James E. 

4-15th St., Turners Falls 
Kennefick, Carol E. 

14 Gardner Rd., Norwood 
Kennedy, James J. 

28 Abbey St., South Hadley Falls 
Kennedy, Katherine E. 

R.F.D. Ha.vdenviUe, Whately 
Kenney, Joseph E. 

109 Intervale Ave., Athol 
Kenniston. Arnold F. 

Box 139, R.F.D. No. 3, Attleboro 



[302] 



Kcoliaiic^ Joseph C. 

7() Warron St., ArliiiRton 
Kern, Gcorpc M. Jr. 

47 Burden Hill Kd.. Middlcl.nro 
Kerr, William G. 

GO .Mndisou Ave, Greenwood 
Key. ■William E. 

357 E. Washington St., Hanson 
Kidd. Russell E. 

41 Greenwood St., Melrose 
Killov. John J. 

■211 Tntnam Ave., Lowell 
Kimlmll. Earl C. 

114 l.anenster Terr., Brookline 
Kimlmll, Marv-Jonc 

Newtown Rd„ Littleton 
KiiiR, Barbara A. 

177 Prospect St., North Adams 
Kingsbury. Ronald F. 

47 Lothrop Ave., Milton 
Kline, Normon E. 

10 Ocenn Circle, Lynn 
Knight, Emery O. 

229 West St., Reading 
Knight, Paul R. 

33 Beal Rd., Waltham 
Konopka, Richard F. 

132 Vernon St., Worcester 
Konrad, Mary Jane 

Pleasant St., Leicester 
Kovitz, Diane R. 

29 Ocean Ave., Winthrop 
Kowaleski, Paul V. 

Box 22. State Rd.. Westminster 
Kozak, .-Vnthony J. 

45 Ellerton St., Chicopee 
Kozik, Irene E. 

54 North St., Ware 
Kozik, Shirley A. 

92 Fourth St., Turners Falls 
Kroemer. Joan A. 

620 Ostrander Ave., Riverhead, N. Y. 
Kronick, Charles E. 

423 W. Main St., North Adams 
Kulik, Stanley J. 

20S Ashley Ave., West Springfield 
Kusnierz. Donald J. 

1431i Dwight St., Holyoke 
Kuzmeski, Philip J. 

5 Walnut St., Northampton 
Kuznicki, Jane H. 

North St., BLindford 
Lahart, -\nn F. 

St. Ann's Lane, Lenox 
Laing, William A. 

74 Acrebrook Rd., Springfield 
Lajoie, Lawrence V. 

32 Myrtle Ave., Holyoke 
LaLibertc, Eloi J. 

12 Taylor St., Holyoke 

"Adams 
Lambert, Peter F. 

S7 Brookfield St., Lawrence 
Landon, Philip J. 

94 Edge wood St., Springfield 
Lanouette, Paul L. 

13 Spruce St., Lawrence 
LaPointe. Louis G. Jr. 

12 Cressy St., Beverly 
Lapworth, Jean H. 

1S9 Sumner St., Stoughton 
Lawrence, Carol E. 

170 Lakeview Ave.. 



th 



;E. 



Leary, Norma J. 

74 North St., Foxboro 
LeClair, Pauline A. 

Cloe Ave., Southbridge 
LeCour, Nancy F. 

20 Elmwood Rd.. Marblehead 



Ledger, Betty L. 

70 E. Alvord St., Springfiel.l 
Lee, Alfred A. 

95 Won-e.sler SI.. West lloylsloii 
Lee, DonaUl S. 

15.S Pleasant St., Weynioulli 
Lee, Robert W. 

5 Hastings Rd., Lexington 
Leighlon. Itohcrl D. 

222 W. Center Si., W. Bridgewate 
Lciter, William M. 

40 Marlboro St.. Chelsea 
Lcmack, Noel I. 

17 Ward man Rd., Roxbury 
Leonard, May Carol 

3 Payson Rd., Brookline 
Lepkowski, Wilbcrt C. 

2 Orchard Terr., Salem 
Lepp, William F. 

S4 Melvourne Rd., Pittsfield 
Lesure, George G. 

Main St., Ashfield 



Lcvinson, Norma 

4S Itendale St., Springfield 
LeVitre, Robert W., Jr. 

Turners Falls 



Lewis, Sheldon 

10 Radcliffe Rd., Allston 
Lewis, Wanda L. 

68 Exchange St., W'althai 
Levonis, Ann T. 

16 High St., Easthamptoi 
Liberatore, Elizabeth \. 

76 Parker St., Attleboro 



Lillpopp, Donald R. 

105 Main St., Shelburr 
Linbom, Bruce O. 

61 Parke Ave., North I 



Litz, Shirley E. 

3S State St., Monson 
Loftus, Stephen F. 

156 Brattle St., Arlington 
Long, Donald H. 

R. F. D. No. 1, Buzzards Bay 
Long, Janice M. 

75 Lyman St., South Hadley Falls 
Long, Mary A. 

67S Wellesley St., Weston 
Loring, Carole J. 

15 Beverly Rd., Arlington 
Love, Robert W. 

9 Curtis St., Auburn 
Lumbert, Richard A. 

99 Congress St., Amesbury 
Lynch, Barbara A. 

91 Colberg Ave., Roslindale 
Lyons, Thomas F., Jr. 

7 .Mbemarle Chambers, Boston 
MacElroy, Diantha L. 

17 Hayes .\ve., Lexington 
MacKenzie. Susan E. 

10 Tappan .\ve., Attleboro 
MacLeod, Eileen H. 

35 Brook St., Wakefield 
MacLeod, Malcolm L. 

1970 Commonwealth Ave., Brightoi 

, Wincheste 




Mardcj, Eugene V. 

17S Ferry St., South Hadley 
Magri, Ralph T. 

15 Circular Ave.. Pittsfield 
Mahoney. Barbara A. 

146 Huckins Ave., North Quincy 
Mahoney, John T. 

20 Murray Hill Ave., Springfield 
Maines, Charles H. 

Davis Rd., North Westport 
Malgiolio, Joseph 

2.55 Princeton St., East Boston 
MaUn, Richard A. 

11 Summer St., Northampton 
Mallon. Richard T. 

1 Stadium Rd., Maiden 
Maloncy, Frank J. 

146 Pearl St., Holyoke 
Mander, Ernest W.. Jr. 

SO Wareham St., Medford 
Mankowsky, Ralph .-V. 

Northfield 



M; 



Ma 



163 Providence St 
Marlin, Arthur D. 

385 Broadway, Ca 
Marshall, Ruth S. 

58 Clinton St., Fr; 
Martin. John J. 

37 Oak Hill Rd., ] 
Martin, Phyll; 

46 Daniels A 



S. 



, Pittsfield 



Martinonis, Virgilijus 

70 Salem St., Worcester 
Mascitti, Samuel R. 

SS Lincoln Terr., Leomin 



Mason, Richard K. 

64 Water St., Shelburne Falls 
Mason, Theresa L. 

7 Plunkett Lane, Adams 
Matheson, Ronald E. 

11 Grove St., Essex 
Mathias, William F., Jr. 

60 Churchill Rd., West Springfield 
Matthews, Robert E. 

37 Highland Ave., Northampton 
May. Madeleine 

27 Foote .\ve., Pittsfield 
McCann, James A. 

12 Curtis St., Islington 



303 




McCarthy, Paul M. 

154 Main St., Hudson 
McCormick, Sheila A. 

134 Strong Ave., Pittsfii'Irl 
McCrohan, Joanna R. 

S7 Campbell St., New Bcdfoi-a 
McDermott, John P. 

15 Curve St., Natick 
McDonough, David C. 
»s Cau.scwa.v Rd.. Vine.vard Haven 
McFarlane, David J. 

27 Marland St., Ballardvale 
McGonaglc, Donald C. 

494 Medford St., Maiden 
McGowan, John F. 

65 Lawrence St., Fitchburg 
Mclntyrc, William J. 

Brimfield Rd., Fiskdale 
McKcc, John R. 

39 Churchill St., Amherst 
McKinley, John R., Jr. 

Box ,S7, Middlebury, Vt. 
McLauishlin, Elizabeth A. 

51 Bolton St., South Hadlev Falls 
McMahon. Patricia G. 

S7 Shepard Rd., Braintrec 
McMahon, Shan M. 

159 Crescent St., Northampton 
McNeil, George R. 

92 Greaton Rd., Boston 
McRae, Thomas K. 

9 Burrill St., Walpole 
Meckel, William R. 

267 Franklin St., Holyoke 
Meisler, Gerald S. 

69 Columbia St., Brookline 
Meizler, Eileen B. 

50 Poplar St., Boston 
Melikian, Gorken 

64 Quebec St., Indian Orchard 
Meninno, Gloria F. 

61 Blakely St., Lynn 
Merriam, Joyce 

56 Havelok Rd., Worcester 
Merrill, Diana L. 

21 Woodbridge St., South Hadley 
Merritt, Edward H. 

Lithia 
Merz, David S. 

15 Wildwood Ave, Greenfield 
Messenger, Ward P. 

Ferry Rd., Salisbury 
Michelson, Allen L. 

334 W. Olive St., Long Beach, N. 
Midttun, Steinar 

451 Court St., New Bedford 
Migliorini, Roger P. 

30 Torrey Rd., South Braintrec 
Milch, Alwln K.. Jr. 

67 Manposa St., Mattapan 
Miller, Jack M. 

39 Spruceland St., Springfield 
Miller, James A. 

7 Tamworth Rd., Waban 
Miller, Joel H. 

105 Lafayette St., Starke, Fla. 
Miller, Meta C. 

Putnam Rd., Lanesboro 



Miller, Nancy R. 

329 Waltham St., West Newton 
Miller, Richard L. 

130 Washington St., Springfield 
Milne, Bruce L. 

1051 West St., Pittsfield 
Mirsky, Steven M. 

15 Alton PI., Brookline 
Misiorski, Frank A. 

729 Bark St., Swansea 
Mitchell, Philip H. 

121 Meadow St., North Amherst 
Molden, Sallie L. 

38 Central Ave., Ayer 
Monroe, Robert W. 

31 Mayflower Cir., Worcester 
Montague, David C 

913 No. Pleasant St., Amherst 
Moore, Diane C. 

4.-) E. Alvord St., Springfield 
Moore, Dorothy A. 

Main St., Sherborn 
Moriarty, Edward F. 

304 Summer St., New Bcdf.ird 
Morrison, Virginia R. 

16 Alden Rd., Hingham 
Morrissey, James F. 

47 Tennyson St., Boston 
Morrissey, Joseph E. 

391 Burncoat St., Worcester 
Morse, Ann E. 

420 Main St., Wareham 
Most, Stuart 

23 Holly Ave., Greenfield 
Mowry, Wesley I. 

7S Lyman Rd., Northampton 
Mueller, Margarey F. 

13 Highland Ave., Weston 
Mulvey, Joseph M. 

34 Windsor Rd., North Qi.incy 
Murch, Marilyn 

7 Sanborn Rd., Hingham 
Murdock, George J. 

7 Hillcrcst Rd., Reading 
Murdough, Charles L. 

Elm House, Robesonia, Pa. 
Murdy, William H. 

147 Chase Rd., North Dartmouth 
Murphy, Mary E. 

3235 Riverside Ave., Somerset 
Murphy, Mary E. 

Pittsfield Rd., Lenox 
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. 

76.5 Washington St., Brookline 
Nally, Gerald S. 

S3 Waverly Ave., Watertown 
Nash, Kenneth E. 

55 Broad St., Weymouth 
Nathanson, Gerald B. 

S Wiltshire Rd., Brighton 
Nault, Jacqueline J. 

4S Hamilton St., Worcester 
Naumnik Peter J. 

17K Ward St., Worcester 
Neary, Anne M, 

117 Essex St., Indian Orchard 
Nelson, Carol P. 

67 Warren Ave , Mansfield 
Neusner, Louis J. 

30 Sheridan St., Haverhill 
Newall, John P. 

79 Hillside Ave., West Newton 
Newton, Mary C. 

Maiden Lane, Durham, Conn. 
Newton, Richard B. 

Central St., Montague 
Nicolai, Eleanor S. 

207 Pine St., South Weymouth 
Normand, Paul R. 

341 College St., Fairvlew 
Normandie, Robert K. 

27 Clark Rd., Fitchburg 
Norris, Chester R. 

104 Middlesex St., North Andover 
Nugent, Lawrence 

322 Hamilton St., Worcester 
Nye, Harlan W. 

22 Williams St., Williamsburg 



O^Brian, Barbara A. 

S95 Commonwealth Ave., Newton 
Centre 
O'Brien, Stephen N. 

27 Meridian St., Maiden 
O'Connell, Daniel J. 

11 Pynchon Rd., Hoi yoke 
Okun, David 

23 Spruceland Ave., Springfield 
Oleson, Jean L, 

62 No. Prospect St., Amherst 
Olsen, Paul N. 

29 E. Highland Ave., Melrose 
Olson, Alfred J. 

5 Burnham St., Gloucester 
O'Maley, Ellen T. 

40 Pico Ave., Winthrop 
O'Neil, Phyllis M. 

3 Corser St., Holyoke 
Orciuch, Philip S. 

50 Elm St., Auburn 
O'Shea, John E. 

57 Cleveland St., Springfield 
O'SuUivan, Michael J., Jr. 

306 Deerfield St., Greenfield 
OverdoiT, Brian L. 

Box 5, Stockbridge Hall 
Packard, Warren C. 

Worthington 
PaeUan, Onan 

5 Field Way, Worcester 
Pally, Erwin 

110 Wayland St., Roxbury 
Palmer, Courtland M., .Jr. 

Drift Rd., Westport 
Palmer, John B. 

44 Bauer St., Worcester 
Paquin, Donald T. 

45 Leicester St., Auburn 
Parker, Richard G. 

23 Summit Ave., Wollaston 
Parkhurst, Patricia A. 

10 Suosso Lane, North Plymouth 
Parnin, Gerald T. 

3S Garrison Rd., Wellcsley 
Parsons, David H, 

High St., Southampton 
Parsons, Ralph W. 

267 Drury Ave, Athol 
Partyka, Henry S. 

27 East Ct., Holyoke 
Paskowski, Thomas S. 

92 Derby St., Salem 
Patashnick, Sondra A. 

62 Johnson St., North Adams 
Pearson, Warren A. 

47 Forest Hills Rd., East Long meadow 
Peirce, George L., Jr. 

Washington St., Duxbury 
Pelkey, Richard E. 

48 Eddy St., Ware 
Perry, Neil L. 

Southwinds, Whately 
Peterson, Marie L. 

Sturbridge Rd., Brookficid 
Phaneuf, Roger L. 

Box 459, Belchertown 
Phillips, Alice L. 

18 Day St., West Springfield 
Piattoni, Julia L. 

1110 Main St., Walpole 
Piecewicz, Michael P. 

23 Herbert St., Salem 
Pieczarka, Stanley J., Jr. 

Meadow Ave., Agawam 
Pillsbury, Richard P. 

35 Forest St., South Weymouth 
Piotrowicz, Terrence J. 

31 Endicott St., Peabody 
Pirro, Ernest R. 

44 Walker St., Leominster 
Piscioneri, Joseph H. 

131 Marble St., Athol 
Pittsley, Nancy I. 

Box 244, Falmouth 
Piatt, Elizabeth A. 

Mount Hermon 
Plaza, Alphonse A. 

Randall Rd., Montague 
Pothier, Paul L. 

R.F.D. Box 233, Westfield 
Poverman, Philip L. 

143 Mounttort St., Brookline 
Power, Francis N. 

106 Heath St., Jamaica Plain 



[304 



I l:; U.iriiiiicl IM.. \V,.i-,r 

i:. Wlllislon SI,. I''.ill Hi 
nill.'i. Iliirburii K. 

IS.-. I..iv,-ll IM.. U„],U-i, 
rall..I„.,„s S. 

II .\r,l;il,- SL, lio.^liiicl..,!, 



. K.lv 



I M. 



I.S IliKlllillHi .\> 

I'riiic.-. Ihomas K. 

Ml WV.sUth Ave. \Y,sl l.y 
Proctor, Jean E. 

Oakhiim Rd., Spencer 
I'roud, IVtcr D. 

2 Adiinis Rd.. William.slown 
Purriii^'toM. Bruce R. 

;iil Main .Si.. Huvdenvillc. 
Raffertv. .James R. 

Ml Prnspcet St.. Anlh,■l•^l 
RafTcrtv. .Jean M. 

.s:i Chard St., East W.vm.iii 
Raliaiin, Charlotte A. 

.53 Chestnut St.. Clardncr 
Ralston. Carolyn J. 

lOS Schemierhom Pk., Lc-no 
Ramsdell. Warren J. 

1(> Rohcrt Terr.. JIalden 
Rand, Mark W. 

49 Park St., Florence 
Rapaport, Hanna 

Vine St.. Stockbridge 



Br 



Main St., East Douglas 
Rawson. Donald L. 

22 Franklin Terr., Southhridge 
Rca, Catherine A. 

44 Pine St.. South Wevmouth 
Reagan, John M. 

Simpson's Lane, Edgartown 
Reeves, Richard R. 

4,S Brookl.vn St.. North .\danis 
Reiser, iSorman D. 

3SI1 Belmont St.. Fall River 
Reisman, Bernard 

33 Longhill St., Springaeld 
Rex. Jane 

47.1 Franklin St.. Mansfield 
Reynolds, June 4. 

Buzzards Bay 
Rezendes, Margaret M. 

Wauwinet Rd., Nantucket 
Rhodes. Raymond 

.513 Union St., Springfield 
Ribbe. Paul H. 

51 Cottage Lane, We.vmouth 
Richards. Sherry X. 

23 Frost Rd., Belmont 
Richards. Virginia L. 

154 Purchase St., Milford 
Richards. William G. 

64 Sherbrooke St., Springfield 
Richards. WUliam H 
3 Crane St., Danvers 
Richter, Peter G. 

240 Clinton Rd., Brookline 
Ridder. Richard G. 

Oak St., East Bridgewater 
Riding. Harold A. 

Fowler Rd., Xorthbridge 
Rikert. Richard V. 

220 Barton Rd., Greenfield 
Riley, Joanne L. 

16 Varney St., Worcester 
Ritchie, William E. 

23 South Kimball St., Haverhill 
Rivers. James L. 

IS River St., Dalton 
Bobator, Anna M. 

Island St.. Essex 
Robb, David C. 

2(5 Riverview Ave., Longn.eadow 
Robbins, Barry G. 

259 Maple St., New Bedford 
Roberts, Lois A. 

Granville Rd., Southwick 
Roberts, Thomas F. 

22 Pacific St., Rockland 
Robideau, Margaret A. 

29 Hopkins PI., Longmeadow 
Roche, Herman J. 

42 East St., Whitinsville 
Rogers, David O. 

30 Columbus Ave., Holyoke 



Rogstud, Ronald H. 

27.5 School St., Winchendoii 
Romano, Anthony M. 

36U Water St., Fitchburg 
Rosen, David H. 

14 iMontro.se St., Maiden 
Rosen. Vivian 

21 .\iislin SI., Le insler 

RolhMvi,,. Norman 

212,', Tlilh SI,. lironkhn, N. V 
Rolb^l.iM. Sanfor.l s! 

ll.l'ir,,-, SI,. W.,r,.e>l,.r 

<ki. CI, , His L. 



Arlii 



irllii 



n|>l< 



ISusiell,!. Curl V. Jr 

21 Fra,l,.i^ SI,. I'ilLsliehi 
Rush. Karl 11. 

711 M 1,1,11,. St.. Lexinglon 
Russell. Nancv 

7 Sheridan St., Lawrence 
Rutstein. Sheldon 

9S Toxteth St., Brookline 
Ryan, John W. 

26 Orch.ard St.. Northampton 
Sabin, Robert S. 

SSRencelau St., Springfield 
Sadler, Mary Adele 

63 Greenwood Ave., Wakefield 
Sadow, Jerome 

4 Nazing Ct., Roxburv 
St. Germain, Arthur R. 

24 Deming St., Dalton 
St. Lawrence, David S. 

75 Woolworth St., Longmeadow 
Saloma, Joanne 

135 Pierce Rd., Wevmouth 
Saltzgiver, Pere W. " 

93 South St., Northampton 
Sanborn, Kaye 

441 Lowell St.. Reading 
Sanders, Malcolm R, 

20 Belmont Ave., Northampton 
Santoro, James A. 

145-A Salem St., Wakefield 
Sapp, RoxAnn J. 

11 Malvern St., Waltham 
Satrape, Joseph A. 

25 Turner Ave., Pittsfield 
Saulnier. Judith 

56 Winthrop St., Waltham 
Saunders, Cynthia 

S4 Nye Rd., Falmouth 
Saunders, Lorraine 

1319 Lafa.vette Ave., Niagara Falls 
N. Y. 
Sawtell, Margaret W. 

Sunrise Ave., Barre 
Schensnol. John L. 

162 North Main St., Sharon 
Schlafman, Tevia 

164 Franklin Ave., Chelsea 
Schmidt, JoAnn H. 

258 Beacon St., Athol 
Schofield, George E. 

73 Main St., North Andover 
Schreter, Marshall K. 

25 Philmore Rd., Newton 
Scott, Allan H. 

eamery .Ave,, Shelburne 



Fa.„ 
Scott, Je 



1 M. 



' Bellingham Rd., Worcester 
Sears, James T. 

109 Jackson St., Holvoke 
Selin. Arthur S. 

36 Nelson St., Quincy 
Seymour, John W. 

1 East St., Northampton 
Sgan, Mathew R. 

S7 Winthrop St., Medford 
Shaftan, Robert P. 

165 West 83rd St., New York, N, Y. 
Shapiro, Naomi J. 

S4 Crawford St., Roxbury 
Shapiro, Sanford S, 

34 Hiawatha St., Springfield 
Shaw, David N. 

5 Newhall St., Springfield 
Shaw, Kenneth L. 

486 Northern Plwy., Ridgewood, 

Shedd, Cynthia 

22 Burnside Ave., Somerville 
Shepardson, Carole P. 

12 Highland St., Clinton 

[3051 



.Shorey. Koherl M. 

26 Hi I St.. l.vMi, 

Shupe, Jean 

3 K.-nilworlh H,l,. W,,i,.,.sl,.r 
Shupe. Milton 

3 Kejiilwi>rlh IM,. W..r,-,sl,r 
Shuster. iternard W 

I.S3 Mt. Vernon SI..' .Mal,l,.„ 
Siegel, Elaine K. 

3S5 President Ave.. Fall Hiv,-r 
Siiun, Betsy A. 

464 Burncoat St.. Worcesl.-r 
Silver. Nita L. 

364 .lohnson St.. Fall River 
Silverman. Maurice G 

95 Westbourne Terr.. Ur„okli„e 
Sinclair, Norma ). 

35 Warren Si., Stonehan. 
Sisterhenm. (ieorge H 

-Martha Apiv .".G. Danl.iirv. („ 
Skilling. Jam.s C. 

60 Aniwer,, Si., Mi||„n 
Skypeck, John R. T. 

171 Chu.„manselt Vill.age, C'hicc 
Smiley, Oliver D. 

20S Pilgrim Ave., Worcester 
Smith, Anita M. 

19 Roselyn Dr.. Pittsfiel.l 
Smith. Elliott P. 

359 Tappan Si.. Brookline 
Smith. Isobel M. 

98 Sanborn Ave.. West Roxburv 
Smith. Philip M. 

24 Clyile St., Filchburg 
Smith. Robert S. 

289 Union St., Holbrook 
Smith, William R. 

9 Powers St., Adams 
Snider. Henry L. 

27 Wilmorc St.. Maltapan 
Snow, Donald B. 

32 Barr St., Salem 
Spelman, Mildred E, 

48 Washington St., Westfield 
Spiegel, Ruth M. 

1381 Quincy Shore Blvd., Quincx 
Stee, Walter C. ■ n . 

41 Chicopee St., Chicopee 
Steele, Richard M. 

254 Fort Pleasant Ave., Springfiel 
Stern, Patricia 

27 Glea.son St., Medford 
Stern, Ruth B. 

1840 E. 8th St., Brooklyn 23, \. ' 
Stevens, Douglas K. 

2-D Burdick St., Chicopee Falls 
Stevens James C 

1 1 Haskell Ave., Leominster 
Stewart. Donna M. 

57 Lawrence Rd., Fairfield, Conn 
Stewart. Robert E. 

20 Temple St., West Boylston 
Stickel, David W. 

64 Waldo St.. Holyoke 
Stiles, Vernon D. 

65 Middle St., Hadlev 
Stirling, Ronald J. 

153 Pleasant St.. Dalton 





Storey, Jane E. 

45 Chamberlain Pkwy., Worcester 
Stout, George E., Jr. 

141 Raiidlelt Park, West Newton 
Strangford, Joan K. 

149 HoUingsworth Ave., Braintrec 
Sturtevant, Robert J. 

Old Warren Rd., Palmer 
Sturtevant, William J. 

Old Warren Rd., Palmer 
Sullivan, Pollard 

323 Prospect St., Northampton 
Sullivan, Raymond C. 

21 Walnut St., Ware 
Sundstrom, Roy A. 

64 Blakely Rd., Medtord 
Surgen, Philip R. 

Goffe St., Hadley 
Swanson, Donald \. 

74 Varnum St.. Arlington 
Sweeney, John T. 

89 Bucknam St., Everett 
Swide, Elinor R. 

30 Whitford St., Roslindale 
Tanczar, Lewis P. 

13 Dale St., South Hadley 
Tannenholtz, Eliott E. 

li Marie Ave., Cambridge 
Tannenbaum, Richard L. 

173 Harris Ave., Hewlett, N. Y. 
Tarnuzzer, Edmund C. 

44 Charles St., North Adams 
Taupier, Alice T. 

238 Linden St., Holyoke 
Teeter, Curtis L. 

26A School St., Northboro 
Tela, S. Paul 

47 Osgood St., Lawrence 
Tepperman, Fred L. 

61 Yellowstone Blvd., New York 
N. Y. 
Thacker, Joan M. 

11 Charles St., Pittsfield 
Thomas, Florence S. 

407 Union St., West Springfield 
Thomas, Jesse L. 

22 Layzon Bros. Rd., Indian Ore 
Thomas, Paul V. 

6 Enfield St., Jamaica Plain 
Thomas, Philip A. 

isant St., Canton 



1210 pie 



Thomas, Walter D. 

78 Park Ave., Abington 
Thurston, John R. 

Montague Rd., Turners Falls 
Tjaarda, James T. 

19 Maple St., Whitinsvillc 
Toko, Lois E. 

Northfield Rd., Lunenburg 
Toomey, Edmund J. 

90 Penniman St., New Bedford 
Trimholi, Joseph G. 

249 Tyler St., Springfield 
Trocchi, Alice L. 

42 Austin St., Bridgewater 
IVurhlood, Allan P. 

19 Kiplev Rd., Cohasset 
I Villi. Henry B., Jr. 

1,(1 Stafford Rd., Lowell 
IruU. Nathaniel W. 

4 Hanks St., Lowell 
Trumper, Sylvia B. 

Ill Warren Ave., Wollaston 
Tukis, Claire C. 

5S0 North St., We.vmouth 
Tumey, Malcomb E. 

16 McKinley Ave., Easthampton 
Turgeon, Eugene L. 

3 Crandall St.. Adams 
Turner, Allan R. 

Box 45, Windsor 
Turner, Gerald H. 

29 Hersom St., Watertown 
Tyler, Richard H. 

S6 Porter St., North Adams 
Urbertalli, Elinor L. 

15 Beacon Ave., Holyoke 
Urbaitis, Victor M. 

1009 High St.,,Bridgewater 
Valenti, Louis J. 

177 Locust St., Holyoke 
Vann, Hester E. 

407 East Seneca St., Ithaca, N. Y. 
Vantol, Harold L. 

P. O. Box 115, Teatickct 
Varnum, Francis B. 

Osterville 
Vivier, Francis P. 

Old E. Brookfield Rd., N. Brookfield 
Volk, Janinc G. 

410 Marlborough Rd., Brooklyn, N.Y. 
VonDeck, Joseph F. 

Daniel Sha,vs Hwy., Orange 
Vorperian, Nancy L. 

30 Robert St., Greenwood 
Votano, Marilyn J. 

95 Park St., Lynn 
Waks, Leroy J. 

92 Fountain St., Haverhill 
Walden, Beth A. 

220 Buckminster Rd., Brooklinc 
Walker, Barbara J. 

24 Tanager St., Arlington 
Walker, Charles E. 

30 Adam St., Pittsfield 
Walker, Gerald W. 

59 Westmoreland Ave., Longmeadow 
Walker, William H. 

Spring Hill Rd., East Sandwich 
Walkowiak, Henry V. 

30 Everett Ave., Webster 
Wallis, Richard W. 

10 North Sycamore St., So. Hadley 
Walls, Gerald W. 

82 Webster St., Rockland 
Walsh, James P. 

47 Avalon Rd., West Roxbury 
Walsh, John J. 

170 Savin Hill Ave., Dorchester 
Wandeloski, Walter R. 

7 Colrain St., Greenfield 



Ward, Barbara J. 

441 E. Centre St., W. Bridgewater 
Warner, John M. 

Mountain St., Haydenville 
Washburn, Ernest H. 

High St., West Duxbury 
Watkins, Donald L. 

44 Margin St., Lawrence 
Watson, Howard L. 

lOK Falmouth St., Attleboro 
Way, Marjorie A. 

21-13th St., Melrose 
Webber, Lawrence A. 
69 South St., Bedford 
Weber, Ursula M. 

24 Forest Park Ave., Adams 
Weeks, Donald H. 

Point Rd., M.anomet 
Werner, Edward F., Jr. 

Kendall St., Barre 
West, Kenneth A. 

Lovers Lane, Harvard 
Westcott, John R. 

119 Sunderland Rd., No. Amherst 
Whalen, John R. 

19 Boylston St., Pittsfield 
White, Alice M. 

West Hawley Rd., Charlemont 
White, Donald B. 

46 Curve St., Holliston 
White, Edward V. N. 

68 No. Bayfield Rd., Quincy 
White, John M. 

89 Bates St., Dedham 
White, Peregrine B. 

143 Lincoln Ave., Amherst 
White, Stanton M. 

17 Foster PI., Hempstead, N. Y. 
Whittaker, Brendan J. 

10 Riplev Terr., Newton Centre 
Wielgus, Isabelle M. 

6 Pleasant St., Thorndike 
WUcox, Bryan W. 

Maple St., Huntington 
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 
Winkley, John C. 

14 Prospect St., South Hadley Falls 
Winslow, Nancy J. 

187 Main St., South Acton 
Winterbottom, Nancy 

Spring St., Vineyard Haven 
Winters, John E. 

33 Genesee St., Springfield 
Wishnow, Lawrence D. 

46 Shore Dr., Athol 
Wolfe, Alberta K. 

125 Highland Ave., Westfield 
Wolk, Judith B. 

96 Main St., Waltham 
Wong, Helen 

44 Pleasant St., Northampton 
Woodburn, William E., Jr. 
48 Westland St., Methuen 
Woodger, Ronald H. 
Yokun Ave., Lenox 
Woods, Helen E. 

4.59 Beech St., Holyoke 
Zimmon, Stuart M. 

77 Maple St., Boston 
Ziomek, Joseph V. 

Meadow St., North Amherst 



306 




FRESHMEN 



UKSliM VN CLASS OFFH.KKS 
StaiHliiiK: Steele 
Seated: Brown, Boyle 



After months of tension and un- 
certainty, and a summer full of 
excitement and preparations, the 
recent high-school graduate is at 
last what he has dreamed of being 
— the college freshman. And as 
he enters into his college career a 
world of newness unfolds before 
him. 

There are new faces and, as a 
result, new friends; there are new 
classes; new examination methods, 
new time schedules, new books, 
new teachers, and some discourag- 
ing standing in line. Hard as it 
may seem during the first few 
weeks, all of these new things must 
be met and understood and ac- 
cepted by the college freshman. 

But with all the bewilderment 



and uncertainty there is a bit of 
pride and glory, too. At last he is a 
part of a living, breathing private 
community. It is here that he will 



When do I Ret i 




307] 




Back Row: Caldcr 
Front Row: Goldii 



INTERDORM COUNCIL 
ic. Duff, Barous, DiTomassi, Evans, S 
,n, Morse, Ouimctlc, Parker, Daniels 



prepare to meet and conquer tlie 
world. It is here that his opinions 
and convictions will be molded. 
It is here that he will at last be- 
come a complete individual. 

And while freshman trigonome- 
try and English and speech and 
history may not seem to be a direct 
route to conquering the world, and 
eight o'clock classes may seem to 
be a big sacrifice for the privilege 
of forming opinions, the freshman 
begins to understand slowly that 
it must be that way. 

As he understands and accepts, 
pride develops and he becomes 
more and more a part of the col- 
lege community. 

The newness becomes familiarity 
and mellows with age. What he 
enjoyed before because it was a 
novelty, he enjoys now because it 
has become a part of him. The as- 
tonishing conglomeration of pro- 




[308] 



t'cssors, (loans, liouscinotlicrs and 
l)r()ct()rs takes on normal propor- 
tions. He accepts them as indi- 
viduals and respects them as such. 
Upjjerclassmen lose their austerity 
and suddenly become members of 
the gang. Even courses which once 
seemed terrifying become chal- 
lenges rather than threats. 

And so the first year continues. 
To be sure, the freshman has not 
become the \vorld-\\ise student. 





Many times again during the 
course of the year his inadequacy 
is felt keenly. He is confronted 
with problems and decisions which 
he is not quite ready to settle 
alone. But now he at least is sure 
of where to seek help. And he is 
capable of weighing advice and 
reaching a solution. Each time he 
does, his confidence grows and he 
demands respect both from him- 
self and from others. 

Soon the freshman finds that 
people seek his advice and he finds 
much to his astonishment that he 
is capable of giving it. As the year 
nears its end he has become an ex- 
pert for prospective college fresh- 
men. He is the one to suggest 
courses and study methods and 
professors. He is the one who 
knows. 

He has completed his metamor- 
phosis. He has conquered a new 
world. Moreover, he himself has 
been conquered and captivated 
by the strange and wonderful 
freshman saga. 



[309 




Aaroiis, Vivian 

27 Egremont Rd., Brighton 
Abbe, Lois A. 

4:i Glenwood Circle, Longmcii 
Abel, Joan E. 

123 Beach St., Sh;ir.iii 
Abt. Donald A. 

159 Columbiiin St., Wcymout 
Aftuck, Nancy B. 

41 Winter St., Hndson 
Aghtavan, Haehig A. 

i:i4 Poplar St., Raslindalc 
Ahladas. John P. 

UaO State St.. Springfield 
Atcock. Robert 

(i97 Elm St.. West Sprincfiel. 
Aldricb. Robert R. 

2.5 High St., Manson 
Alix, Paul A. 

4 Temple St., Spencer 
Allen, Charles E. 

12 Lawrence Ave., Xovth Ad 



AUe 



.Ma 



■ Middle St., Braintree 
AUessio, Claire C. 

51 Melrose Ave., Pittsficld 
Altpcter, Joan B. 

New Boston Rd., Dennis 
Anderson, Margaret M. 

15 Fairview Terr., Greenfield 
Anderson, Russell W. 

2S Dean St., Worcester 
Andruk, Edwin J. 

9S5 Pleasant St., Bridgewater 
Anti. Arthur W. 

.3 Center Hill Rd., Kingston 
Anton, Robert E. 

996 Lowell Ave., Haverhill 
E. 

ido 
Arguin, Roger G. 

34 Main St., Northbridge 
Arons, Irving J. 

66 Chatham Rd.. Everett 
Aronson. Leon 

S3 Winchester St., Brookline 
Ashwell, Miriam R. 

630 Center St., Ludlow 
August, Bennett 

19 Natanis Path, Longmeadov 
August, Robert S. 

65 Federal St. Ext., Agawam 
Austin, Edward A. 

1 Grund.v Ct., Williamstown 
Austin, Harvey W. 

303 South St., Plainville 
Averka, Jacqueline R. 
4 Forest Dr., Auburn 



.\xl. Barbara A. 

442 Valle.v View Rd., Englewciod,X..I. 
Ayers. Margaret E. 

32S East St., Hingham 
Babineau, Emile A. Jr. 

32 Lake Shore Dr., North Wilbraham 
Baczck, Elizabeth A. 

219 North St.. Three Rivers 



W. 



Hailc>. Wa 

IIL'iriligh St., Randolph 
Bain, Lois C. 

15 Elm Ct., Maynard 



Baker. Edward A. 

Cross St., Southborough 
Baker. Patricia A. 

22 Standish Ave., Plymouth 
Baker. Richard D. 

Davisville Rd., Falmouth 
Balakier, Richard A. 

64 Stearns Terr., Chicnpce 
Baldwin. Clark S. 

too Prospect St.. West Newton 
Baldwin, Richard B. 

Maynard Rd., Sudbury 
Baldwin, Richard C. 

141 Pine St., Dalton 
Ball, James H. 

Narragansett Ave. Pittsficld 
Bamford. Donald G. 

1012 Grcendalc Ave., Nccdhani 
Barca. Carcella E. 

29 St. .John St., Boston 



Barlow. Lewis A. 

192 Bartlett Ave., Pittsficld 
Barney, June L. 

SI Green St., Stoneham 
Baknini. Robert J. 

Green River Rd., Williamstown 
Barous. Roger S. 

9.S Central St., Andover 
Barretto, Louis F. 

Randall St., North Easton 
Barros. John J. 

176 Grinncl St.. New Bedford 
Barsalow. Richard 

19 Forestdalc Ave., Holyoke 
Barstow, Bruce M. 

54 O.akwood Ave., Falmouth 
Bartholomew, Richard P. 

S Ferdinand St., W^orccster 
Barton. Nancv P. 

14G Damon Rd., Medford 
Bassctt, Enid T. 

Main St., South Dennis 
Bassett. Wayne R. 

37 Wellesley Rd., Natick 
Bateman. Warren S. 

117 Church St., North Adams 
Battis, John C. 

10 Fern Ave., Amesbury 
Battistella, Roger 

41 Beech St., Fitchburg 
Bayer. Walter E. 

20 Thomas Dr., West Springfield 



Fal 



Bean, Nancy N. 

429 Main St., Amesbury 
Beardsell, Marcia L. 

6 Pine St., Belmont 
Beattie. James L. 

7 Baker Rd., Everett 
Beausoliel, Robert W. 

53 Warrenton St., Springfield 
Beek, Virginia C. 

32 Sumac Rd., Quincy 



Bcekwith, Robert B. 

9 Lafayette St., Wakefield 
Bedell. Vilma Y. 

48 Burlington Ave., Wilmington 
Beers. Richard S. 

Cia Fruterade Sevilla, Santa Marta, 

Colombia, South America 
Bclkowitz. Cyma J. 

92 Shore Dr., Winthrop 
Bell, Nina M. 

551 Manville Rd., PlcasantviUe, N.Y. 

Bellas, John G. 

765 Dickinson St., Springfield 
Belleville, Donald G. 

24 Schofield Ave, Webster 
Bennett, Alden H. 

35 Winter St., Southbridge 
Bennett, Frederick L. 

loss Sea St., Quincy 
Bennett, Paul M. 

137 Manomet Ave., Hull 
Bensow, Robert V. 

212 Hemenway St., Boston 
Berard. Leo .T- 

25 Reyem St., Waltham 
Berenson, Lois E, 

147 Franklin Ave., Chelsea 
Berinsky, Arlene E. 

22 Mascot St., Dorchester 
Berkeley, Brenda A. 

901a Trapclo Rd., Waltham 
Bernier. Leon V. 

204 State St., Northampton 
Bcsanko. David G. 

149 Anzio Rd., Athol 
Bevillc, Eleanor R. 

50 Railroad St., Amherst 
Bibeau, Roland V. 

34 Margaret St., Willimansett 
Bickford, Nancy I, 

Old Goshen Rd., Williamsburg 
Bitetti, John J. 

84 Houghton St., Dorchester 
Blackwell, Elliott H. 

Lower Littleton Rd., Harvard 
Blair, Donald 

Rivcrdale St., Northbridge 
Bleakley, Beverley A. 

124 Washington St.. Fairhaven 
Bloom, James A. 

12 Kilsyth Rd., Brookline 
Bloom, Rhoda 

295 Tappan St., Brookline 
Boland, Mary E. 

125 Allcng.atc Ave., Pittsficld 
Boudreau, Valerie L. 

143 Princeton St., East Boston 
Bourgault, Jean P. 

17 Pine St., Warren 
Boutote, Joan M. 

83 Wason Ave., Springfield 
Boyer, Lester E. 

1304 Main St., Leicester 
Boyle, Mary-Ellen 

142 June St., Worcester 
Boyle, Richard W. 

19 .\della Ave., West Newton 
Braen, Harriet 

SS Beals St., Brookline 
Braiea, Lewis W. 

1023 Allen St., Springfield 
Braver. Elaine D. 

28 Samoset Rd., Waham 

Brayton, Daniel E. 

39S North Westfield St., Agawam 



[3io: 



Brccn. niuiia 

933 Filrnni,- Hr....k I'kxvy., QmI 
Brcnnan. John <.. 

004 Drook Ave., N.w li,-,lfor.l 
Browcr. John W. 

HrcwiT Bciu-h Rd., Hinuliinn 

■■■>.r. J.aii A. 

Mi.l.li,- liii.. Sonlhiiinplcin 

•.v.r, Joan E. 

Mi.ldl.- U(l.. Si,ullK.ni|.l(.n 

■in. Juck I". 

2-, Hlossom St.. L.vnn 



. I. 



-oa<lhi 

H.I', I). Nn. I. <'lu-sl( 

-.>ii>l.iii. Ki. hard J. 



K,l.. Clu-sliuil Hill 



Br 



Brown, Arthur R. 

Mendon St., Black.stone 
Brown. Carol R. 

R.F.D. No. 2, Amherst 



Brown, John \. 

.54 Silk St.. Arlington 
Brown. Matthew L. 

31 Brook St., Scituatc 
Brown, Robert B. 

302 Highland Ave, Somcrville 
Broivn, Robert K, 

9 Shattuck St., Greenfield 
Brown, Sylvia E. 

10 Brockway Lane, South Hadley 
Browne, Gerald R. 

W. Mass. Electric Co., Turners Fi 
Bruinsma. Carol L. 

SO High Ridge Rd., Worcester 
Brunnelle, William C. 

153 Charlton St.. Southbridge 
Brunswick, Phyllis A. 

Clements Rd., Newton 
Buchanan. Carole L. 

997 Tinkham Rd., Wilbraham 
Buckley, John F. 

104 Granville Ave., Maiden 
Bukowski. Chester A. 

20 Antwerp St., Brighton 
Bunai, Nanev M. 

139 Oxford St.. Cambridge 
Burghardt, Betsy P. 

2.5 Middle St., South Dartmouth 
Burhoe, Winslow N. 

Ventura St., Dorchester 
Burke. Barbara J. 

203 Allyn St., Hol.vokc 
Burke, John J. 

24 Oak Square Ave., Brighton 
Burnett, Alfred B. 

1 1 Library Sq., Dalton 
Burns, Henry J. 

3S Washington Sq., Salem 
Burr. Kenneth R. 

491 Springfield St., Wilbraham 
Burt. Richard A. 

Amherst Rd., Sunderland 
Burt, Robert L. 

Amherst Rd., Sunderland 
Burtt, William H. 

43 High St., Sharon 

Buttaro, Allan H. 

S37 Massachusetts \ye., Lexingto 

Byrne. Regina M. 

"Dell D.ale Farm, Littleton, P. O., 



CahleroiU'. Juan \. 

2NII High SI., l.awrcl 
<:allahan. Mary A. 
4S Lyon St., Fall Ri' 
. Neil R. 



Cameron, Jane A. 

4S2 Maple St., Hol.vokc 
Cameron, Lester M. 

Briarwood Ave., Billerie 



Campbell, Paul II. 

;")(> Schocd St., Arlington 
Campbell, Robert L. 

44 Yale St., North Adam 



Cenedy. Charles R, 

1015 State Rd., North Adams 
Canton. Donald H. 

13 Bright Ave., Northampton 
Capers, Joan A. 

945 Main St., Shrewsbury 



ston 
Carlson, Ann M. 

10 Phillips Ave., Norwood 
Carlson, Howard 

T.vngsboro 
Carlson, Richard R. 

100 Rifle St., Springfield 
Carroll. Richard C. 

22 Orkney Rd., Brookline 
Carroll. William E. Jr. 

Daggett Ave., Vineyard Haven 
Cashman, Mary K. 

4 Quimby St., Haverhill 
Casuselli, James J. 

34 Ro.val Ave., North Adams 
Catron. Jane 

21 Pinewoods Ave., Springfield 
Cavanaugh. Corrine J. 

203 Farrington St., Wollaston 
Chaffee. John B. 

11 Garrison Rd., Hingham 
Chalmers, Thomas E. 

29 Queen Circle, South Hadley Fa 
Chapman, Franklin P. 

3 Duxbury Rd.. Mattapan 
Chapman. Sally B. 

40 Edgemere Rd., Quincy 
Chapman. Thomas S. 

ilain St.. Vineyard Haven 
Charlebois, Joseph A. 

12 Moring St., Pittsfield 
Chase. David H. 

Chase Rd., Royalston 
Chase, Mary E. 

497 South St., Hyannis 
Chevalier, John F. 

191 Pine St., Springfield 
Chiacchia. Bernard A. 

12 Brookside Ave., Lexington 
Christian, George C. 

07 School St., Northbridge 
Chute. Arthur G., Jr. 

530 Water St., Haverhill 
Cieri. John P. 

70 Phillips Ave., Norwood 
Clark. Carole A. 

4S Royal Rd., Worcester 
Clark. Charles B. 

10 East Grove St., Middleboro 
Cleary. Richard J. 

35 Fernwood Rd.. Dorchester 
demons, Edward R. 

10 Fishe St., Shrewsbury 



ClilT, Lee 

52 Grant St., Lynn 
CIOBC, Carolyn J. 

10li5 Sleepy Hollow l.an,-, I' 

N. .1. 
Ciough, Sheila A. 

,S4 Summer St., Plynnmlh 
Clouticr, Claudetia A. 

39 .lackson Ave., Winehendo 
Ciow.s. Uoberl F. 

.-.12 riiinii SI., Springfield 



J a I, 



,ingha 



2 1 Wilder Terr.. WesI ! 
Cohen, Gerald S. 



Colbert, Nancy A. 

1417 Highland Dr., Silver S 

Md. 
Cole. Nancy J. 

North St., Cheshire 
Collins. Charles L. 

2.S1 North Washington St., Nn 

Attleboro 
Collins. Philip G. 

Commonwealth Ave., Hinsdale 
Colonna. Kenneth 

41 Richwood St., I- 
Cook. Malcolm H. 

14 Buswell St., Boston 
Cook. Robert G. 

93 Randlett Pk., West Newton 
Coons. Sally J. 

90 Elm St., Worcester 
Cooper. Carolyn L. 

SOS Pleasant St., Attleboro 
Cooper, Lenore B. 

3 Elmwood Park, Newtonville 
Cooper. Mary Ann 

343 Concord St., Framingham 
Corman, Janet F. 

230 Pleasant St., Milton 
Cormier, Alwyn G. 

Lancaster Ave.. Lunenburg 
Corscadden. James B. 

01 Loring St., Hyde Park 
Corsi, John 

20 Crescent St., Kingston 
Costantino, James N. 

OGIendale Rd.. South B) 
Cotton. Marcia L. 

Elm St., Boxtord 
Couch, William K. 

1 Allen St., Palmer 
Couto. Edwin R. 

54 Myrtle St., Lawrence 
Covell, E. Daniel 

84 Marble St., Stonehai 



tree 




311 



Crane, Edward E. 

104 North Ave, North AliiiiK 
Crawford. Joan L. 

2o.S Longhill Ave.. Somcr.set 
Crawford, William C. 

114 Rhinecliff St., Arlington 
Cree, Barbara 

128 Chapin St., Southbritlgc 
Creedon, James P. 

190 Thatcher St., Milton 
Cretecos, George A. 

335 Essex St.. L.vnn 
Crimmins. Marjorie A. 

Kill Commercial St., E;isl Wo 
Crooks, .Janet R. 

Lake St., Bellingham 
Crooks, Nella E. 

.510 Franklin St., Cambridge 
CunnilT. Stephen J. 

1145 Northampton S 
Currier, Donald C. 

27 Bo.vlston St.. Pittsfield 
Curtis, Robert A. 

4!) Van Ness Rd., Belmont 
Cusalo. Frances A. 

71 Easton Ave, Pittsfield 
Cutler, Joyce S. 

79 Eckington St., Spri 
Cutter, Mildred A. 

21 Conrad Rd., Melrose 
Cybulski. Stanley C. 

Bradstrcet St., HatBcld 



Holv 



gHcl.l 



Czach, John F. 

93 Circle Drive, 


Chicopee I'a 


Dabarcincr 

22 Dnffcl 


, Don 

Rd., 1 


naL. 

I'ramingham 


Uabv. Joan 

274 Ar.dle 


1 E. 

r St.. 


Fall River 


DaCosta. C 

23 Pl.vmo 


iertru 

uth St 


ideB. 

., Middlelinr 


Daley, Susi 

11 Payso. 


in P. 

1 St., 1 


Easthamploi 


Daly, Willii 


am F 





Slate Hospital, Pain 



Darlii 

115 
Dauphinais, Leo E. 

59.S Main St.. Hingham 
Davenport, Clyde R. 

3.S Churchill St., Amherst 
Davenport, Marlene W. 

4S2 Bedford St., Lexington 




David, Kenneth H. 

Birch Hill Rd., Woronoco 
Davis, Charles H. 

7B Hay St., Duncan Knoll, Chicop 

F.alls 
Davis, Ellen A. 

05 Marion Rd., Watertown 
Davis, Elliot 

330A Central St., Springfield 
Davis, George L. 

104 Laurel St., Lee 
Davis, Myrtle V. 

45 Willard St., New Bedford 
Davis, Richard S. 

33 Park Lane, East Walpole 
Davis, Roger S. 

144 University Rd., Brookline 
Dawson, George L. 

14 Thomas Ave., Holyoke 
Delf, Raymond F. 

1S7 L St., Turners Falls 
Dcllamand, Francis C. 

495 Columbian St., Weymouth 
Dclphos, Phillip R. 

2.S Fiske St., Worcester 
Delvecchio, John Jr. 

3S Marjory Lane, Southbridge 
Dcmpsey, Darole A. 

35 Custer St., Lawrence 
Denvir. Sheila A. 

ss Walnut St., Brookline 
Derby. Thomas F. 

li; Academy Rd., Leominster 



■rwin, Lorena A. 

R.F.D. 1, Loudville Rd., Wcsthamp- 
ton 



Desmond, William C. Jr. 

255 Cambridge St., Allston 
Desrosiers. Richard D. 

39 Orchard St., Grafton 
Dinjian. Robert A. 

IS Dwight St., Boston 
Dinsmorc, Judith C. 

123 North Main St., Sharon 
Dion. Arthur W. 

2.S Webster St., Lynn 
DiTomassi. Gtjorge R. 

12(IC, Dwight St., Holyoke 
Doane. Katherine F. 

110 Pleasant St., Manchester 
Doe, Ralph F. 

44 Central St., West Boylston 
Doherty, Myles R. 

State Rd., Richmond 
Dolan, Henry ,J. Jr. 

99 Chestnut St., Andover 
Donahue. Jane F. 

33 Pine St., Palmer 
Donahue. Joanne M. 

IS Kent Ave, Pittsfield 
Donahue. Paul R. 

354 Pine St., Gardner 
Donald, William R. Jr. 

Meadow Lane, Lanesboro 
Donwellan. Kevin J. 

l.S Auburndale Rd., Marblehead 
Donohuc. Anne K. 

10 California Ct., Clinton 
Donovan, Jerome J. 

33 Bushwell St., Boston 
Dorgan, Richard W. 

S33 Chestnut St., Springfield 
Downclis, Helen 

2A Hazel St., Salem 
Dowd, Dorothy A. 

109 State St., North Amherst 
Dowd. Edmond F. Jr. 

25 Houston .\ve., Methuen 
Dowd. Francis M. 

421 Armory St., Springfield 
Draper, Barbara E. 

2S Tenth St., Onset 



Driscoll. Francis D. 

93 Webster St., Arlington 
Dubin, Michael 

Bridge St., East Dennis 
Ducharme, Lorraine M. 

32 River St., Dalton 
Duehworth. Robert 

Fall River Ave., Swanson 
Dudley, Priscilla G. 

201 Humphrey St., Swampscott 
Duff, David G. 

Topsfield Rd., Wenham 
Duffy. Anne L. 

923 Second St., Fall River 
Dufresne, Katherine N. 

10 Groton St., Ayer 
Dugle. Jane C. 

Main St., Hatfield 
Dugas. Rhea A. 

Charlton Depot 
Dunn, George L. 

I Beachland Ave., Revere 
Dunne. William R. 

47 Vernon St., Worcester 
Durkec, Barbara A. 

17 Russell Rd., South Weymouth 
Dushanek, Guy 

15 Oak St., Waltham 
Dwyer, David F. 

S Ba.vbridge Rd., Scituate 
Eastman. Norris W. 

Seapit Rd., East Falmouth 
Eaton, Robert F. 

SI North Main St., Northampton 
Eayrs. Weston, III 

15 Webster St., Middleboco 
Kckberg, Francis L. 

■SO North Maple St., Florence 
Edgar, John W. 

R. F. D., West Acton 
Eagon. Mary J. 

11 Mulberry St., Leeds 
Eggleston, Gerard D. 

13 Bayview Terr., Danvers 
Ehnes, Marie H. 

972 Newman Ave., Seekonk 
Ekstrom, Barbara I. 

II Willow Ave., Somerset 
Eldrich. Robert B. 

Lsland Ave., Chatham 
Elkins, Arthur 

99 Shelton Rd., Swampscott 
Elliott, Priscilla E. 

9 Phipps St., Quincy 
Ellis, Richard J. 

3 Laurel Terr., Woronoco 
Ellison. Roberta M. 

72 Rangley Rd., Brookline 
Farrcll, Warren H. 

77 Lancaster St., Quincy 
Faulkner, William R., Ill 

1 Water St., Ludlow 



Feder, David H. 

East Hawley Rd., Charlemo. 
Fellers. David A. 

52 Fearing St., Amherst 
Fenton, Edward L. Jr. 

425 Maple Rd., Longmeadow 
Ferris, Kenneth A. 

109 Burrill St., Swampscott 
Fibkins, William L. 

7 Delewanda Rd., Hull 
Fine, Joy L. 

201 St. Paul St., Brookline 
Finegold, Michael L. 

1 1 James St., Brookline 
Finik, Henry J. Jr. 

19 Naomi St., Chicopee 
Fitzgerald, Donald F. 

94 Whittier St., Springfield 



312 



Filitficrul)!. Miiiirt-cii C. 

L'OHilliinSl., Cliin.pci. Kails 
Fit7.Rcral<l, Itolirrl G. 

SIn.nKSl., AmluTsl 
Flnh.rty, John .1. 

-17 Monnluin Ave. Xorw,),,,! 
Flalicrtv, Robert J. 

20 Loring Ave, Wini-hi-sliT 
Flak, Pctcr R. 

oG Beauview Terr.. WesI S])iiiii;li.- 
Flax, Robert S. 

l.i Glcnhill Rd.. Miilliipiin 
Fletcher, Stephen M. 

95 iMilton Ave,, Boston 
Fogg, George E, 

247 Hn.vw.ird St., Br.lilUree 
FoBK. James D. 

4.-, Kt-.i.siiiKton St., KeodiriK Hills 
Folcv, Daniel A. 

29 Linden St., Springfield 
Foley, John J. 

27 Ward St., Worcester 
Foley, Thomas C. 

9 Main St., Montague 
Foley, Thomas V. 

32 Dcsrosiers St., SpringfiLdd 
Fone, Kenneth W. 

99 Hamilton Ave., North Quinc.v 
Fontana. Diana T. 

Peru 
Ford. William W. 

R. F. D.. Dalton 
Fornaciari, Patricia M. 

2S Bella Vista Ave., Mansfielil 
Foster, Mclvin L. 

3 Harvard St., Framingham 
Fournier, Albert Y. 

.51 Main St., Amesbury 
Fredette, Joseph B. 

298 Franklin Rd., Fitchliurg 
Freedman. Phyllis R. 

24 Mattapan St.. Mattapan 
Freedman, Stephan L. 

US Ward St., Newton 
Fregcau, Robert L. 

73 Robinson Rd., West Springfield 
French, Jacqueline 

45 Bosworth St., Winchendon 
Fritz. Richard G. 

20 Cotton St., Newton 
Fugere, Donald G. 

24 Henry Harris St., Chicopee 
Fuller, Haz.el M. 

Tha.ver St., Amlierst 
Fuller, Robert W. 

14 Middlesex Ave., Swanipscott 
Fuller, Roger L. 

46 Maiden St., Springfield 
Gagnon. Ronald P. 

9 Dorothy Ave.. Worcester 
Gallagher, James R. 

12 Princeton St., Worcester 
Gallagher. Suzanne 

Somers Rd., Hampton 
Galle. Robert H. 

3.S4 Broadway, Lawrence 
Gardella, Virginia A. 

(J9 Weetamoe St., Fall River 



Gartland, Paul G. 

Windv Acres. Millers Falls, 3a 1 
St., Everett 
Garvev, Mary R. 

260 Northampton Rd.. Amherst 



44 TridenI Ave., Wiiillii 
>. William J. 



;il>l>s, I'litrieia A. 

49 (Jrapevinc Ave.. I.c^xiligl..!! 
;ilnlore. Albert F. Jr. 

14 Calvert Rd., East Walpolc 
iinsberc. Marion F. 

227 Claflin St., Belmont 
iladslone. Gordon W. 

24 Hawthorn Ave., Winlhr..,. 



Gla 



r, <;e 



534Commonweallh Av,-.. N 
;iazicr, Uean H. 

307 Wallham St.. West Ne 



)4 Norfolk : 



Matlar)a 



Glo 



el K. 



95 Maiden St., Ev 



104-12 2l9tli SI . Queens Village. N.Y. 
Goldberg. Jcrold A. 

9S Ferncroft Rd., Milton 
Goldberg. Sidney S. 

.53 Westfield Rd'., Holyoke 
Goldman. Don L. 

623 Walkhill St., B,,sl,.n 
Goldman. Jerrold 

74 Jay St., Hull 
Goldman. Stephen 

SO Brown Ave.. Holyoke 
Gonsor. Robert L. 

71 Center St., Hol.voke 
Goodwin. Carol A. 

173 Elmlawn Rd., Braintree 
Gordon. Neil B. 

220 Mount Pleasant St., New Bed- 
ford 
Corath, Prudence 

10 Woodland PI., White Plains, N. Y. 
Gorton, Charles S. 

21 Vine St.. Manchester 
Gould, Donald W. 

KS3 Tedesco St.. Marldehead 
Graffen, Carol -\. 

25 College Ave., Medford 
Graham. Joe H. 

P. O. Box 2S1, West Harwich 
Gralcnski. John J. 

64 Northficld-Rd.. Millers Falls 
Granville, Paul T. 

105 Waite Ave., Chicopee Falls 
Graves. Barbara J. 

120 Prescott St., Clinton 
Gray, Franklin A. 

.5.54 Durfee St., Fall River 
Gray, Nancy E. 

Shelbourne Falls, R.F.D. 1, Ashfield 

Greene, Joanne H. 

14 Perkins Square, .Jamaica Plain 
Greene, Richard M. 

140 Eddywood St., Springfield 
Gregoire. George L. 

19 Carlisle St., Springfield 
Griffin. David M. 

4.S Mt. Vernon St., Melrose 
Griffin, Raymond L. 

College Highway, Southwick 
Griffin. Robert F. 

« Park Ave., Holyoke 
Griffith. Daniel W. 

52 Crescent St.. Whitinsvdle 
Grimes, Marlene R. 

209 Green St., Athol 



Haase, Ruth L. 

00 Greenough St., Br. 



r 




. ":ji 




■■I^^^^^^^^^^H 




i^W^ 


11 



Ilacrtl. Eileen B. 

72 Higgins Rd:. FramiTighaiu 
lla. iisl.r. Dean R. 

:::; Nniih Rd.. Chelmsf.ud 

lla::^■.■rl^. Marion M. 

15 Will.!. .Ill Terr.. North A.l.iii 
llaimbach. Gretchen 

Goldsmith St.. Littleton C.imn 
Hall. Bernard T. 

34 Weston Ave.. Dalton 
Hallctt, Paul Clifton 

Wesley Methodist Church. Wc 
Hamilton. Robert L. 

35 Smith's Lane, North Plym.i 
Ilannan, Arthur J. 

21 Lyman Terr., Wiilthani 
Hannibal, Fav 

,s Riversiile .\ve.. Gloucester 



Han 



Jar 



. H. 



735 Washington Elms, Caml.ri, 
Hanrihan, Ruth V. 

99 Shaw Rd.. Brookline 
Hansmann. Ingeborg I. 

279 Court St., New Bedford 
Hanson. Daniel P. 

Nixon Rd., Framingham 
Hanson, David B. 

5,S0 Centre St., South Han.iver 
Hanson. Frederick S. 

5 Southwick St.. Middlehoro 
llardina. Robert F. 

50 Federal Ave., Agawam 
Hare. Wyeth L. 

33 Dana St., .\mherst 
Hargraves, George F. 

23 Cedar St., Northampton 
Harlev. Porter H. 

Eureka St.. Fitchburg 
Harnev. Glenna C. 

27 Rowland St.. .Marblehead 
Harriman. Priscilla A. 

S9 Brigham St., Whitman 
Harrington. .Ann M. 

3743 Riverside .\ve.. Somerset 

e.. Somerset 
Harris, Beverly M. 

392 Lafa.vette St., Salem 
Harris, Richard I. 

264 Foster St., Brighton 
Harris. Shirley J. 

SS Edward Ave.. Pittsfield 
Harrison. Charles R. 

69 Pemherton St., Cambridge 
Hart. Virginia 

34 Meadow St.. North Quincy 
Hartshorn. Donna J. 

19 Ellis St.. West Bridgewaler 



[313 




Hartweli, Jean M. 

SO Blue Hills Rd., Amlu'isl 
Hathaway, Elizabeth A. 

Old Goshen Rd., Williamshiirg 
Hawley, Eugene R. 

10 Pleiisant St., Amherst 
Hayes, Joiin A. 

Walnut St., Plainville 
Hayes, Phyllis R. 

131 Cottage Park Rd., \Yinlhr" 
Hayward, Alvird L. 

337 Haverhill St., ReadinK 
Hayward, John \. 

53 Summer St., Medford 
Heanue, Anne M. 

24 Clyde St., Belmont 
Hebert. Alfred J. Jr. 

11.52 Main St., Agawaui 
Hedlund, Richard W. 

63 Upssala St., Worcester 
Hegg, Thomas R. 

S Howland Ct., North Easton 
Hellur, Zulig E. 

30 Summit'Ave., Brooklinc 
Helliwell, Joan 

140 Massachusetts Ave., Loukmik 
Heridcen, Jacqueline A. 

3 Norris St., Webster 
Herman, Mark 

25 Tiffany St., SpriiiRfield 
Hewitt, Maureen .\. 

9 Fulkerson Ave., Methuen 
Heywood. Stuart M. 

186 South Main St., Cohassel 
Hibsher, Paul J. 

15 Putnam St., West Newton 
Hickey, Leonard D. 

IS Wilcox St., Springfield 
High, Ann r. 

59 Berkeley St., Reading 
Hildick, Alan K, 

9 Jeppson Ave., Worcester 
HiU, Robert A. 

32 Beacon St., Florence 
Hinckley, Robert L. 

49 Jamaica St., Jamaica Plain 
Hinkell, John W. 

24 Ave. £., North Adams 
Hinklcy, Richard D. 

571 Bernardston Rd., Grcenfiel 
Hittinger, Audrey W. 

431 School St., Belmont 
Hoaglund, Robert I. 

180S River St., Boston 
Hodgkins, Edmund A, 

43 Fair St., Northampton 
Hodgkins, Nancy A, 

2S4 Huron Ave., Cambridge 



Hollingworth, David 

King St., Littleton 
Holloway, Elaine B, 

513 Main St., Harvard Forest, Pete 
sham 
Holsberg, David L. 

47 Nazing St., Roxbury 
Hooper, Ernestine 

03 Mechanic St., Fitchburg 
Hopkins, Howard R, 

Farm Rd., Shcrborn 



Horn, William R. 

31 Douglas St., Rockland 
Horsefield, Dorothy A. 

121 Prince St., Needham 
Horvitz, Melvin 

74 16th St., Fall River 
Howard, Herbert J. 

25 Coolidge PI., Leominste 
Howes, Frederick A. 

Lilliput Rd., Ashfield 
Howes, Muriel A. 

Ashfield 
Hubbard, George A. 

25 Copley St.. Cambridge 
Hubbard, Robert G, 

35 West Farms Rd., Marll 
Hubert, Margery F. 

20 Scarle St., Palmer 
Ingcgneri, Anthony R, 

5 Concord Ave,, Belmont 
Ingram, Joseph D. 

604 Elm St., Fitchburg 
Ireland, Judith M, 

16 Ra.vm<.nd Ave., Shrews 



Iscnb.r 

7.-. lin 


S. I)a>i<l It. 

I.I. ins Si.. Avon 






Irusic, Christopher 

7.S4 Beacon St., Boston 






Jackson, Jane A. 

234 Atlantic St.. North 


Quin 


cv 


Jacksor 

14 Fai 


1, Malcolm L. 

irbanks St., Wore 


ester 




Jacksor 

Sheep 


1, Ronald F. 

Pasture Rd., Sov 


ithwii 


:k 


Jacobs, 

5 Naz 


David A. 

ing Court. Roxbi 


irv 




Jacobs, 

61 Eh 


Howard K. 

jiwood Ave., Nor 


th Ad 


lar 



Jacobson, June A. 

57 Theodore Rd., Newton Centre 
Jaeobson, Marilyn H. 

23 School St., Hyannis 



Jansson, Barry 

22 Warren St.. Leomins 
Jefferson. Donald 

42 Lawson Rd., Egypt 
Jensen, Henry W. 

Hatchville Rd., Hatchv 



Johnson, Arthur N. 

7 Community St., Pittsfield 
Johnson, Betty A. 

49 Dundee Rd., Quincy 
Johnson, Beverly A. 

46 Fames Ave.. Amherst 
Johnson, Edward H. 

SI Willow St., Westwood 



Johnson, James J. 

5 Kingsley Ave., Haydenville 



Johnson, Paul P. Jr 

10S2 W. Stoughton 



314 



Johnson, Sylvia A. 

143 Marlboro St., Wollaston 
Johnstone, William N. 

19 Beverley Rd., Natick 
Jolly, Mary E, 

37 Newell Dr., Bloomfield, N. J. 
Jones, Jacqueline F. 

269 North Main St., Middleboro 
Jones, Norman R. 

Commonwealth Ave., Springfield 
Jones. Walter F. 

5 Irving St., Millis 
Jordan, Carl A. 

17 East Cleveland St., Greenfield 
Joslyn, Richard R. 

31 Euclid St., Gardner 
Joy, Patrick G. 

133 North Whitney St., Amherst 
Judson, Paul W. 

36 Harvard St., Springfield 
Juskewitz, Richard 

8 Clayton St., Roslindale 
Kaiser, Jacqueline R. 

157 Brown Ave., Hol.vokc 
Kania, Karl 

29 Howard St., Ludlow 
Kaplan, Myrna E. 

53 West Boulevard Rd., Newton Ce 

Kaplan. Susan L. 

18S Court Rd., Winthrop 
Karp, Dorothy E. 

32 Harlem St., Dorchester 
Karp, Richard Z, 

11 Belcher Ave., Brockton 
Kartun, Everett D. 

65 Crawford St., Roxbury 
Kasanof, Carolyn M. 

2S5 Shirley St., Winthrop 
Kay, Eugene V. 

33 W.voming St., Roxbury 
Keay, David B, 

225 Sandwich St., Plymouth 
Keenan, William A. 

158 Lebanon Ave., Pittsfield 
Keene, Peter B. 

27 Chesterton Ed., Welleslcy 
Keith, William D. 

S Cross St., Longmeadow 
Kelley, Barbara A. 

II Lothrop Ave., Milton 
Kelliher. John F. 

III Otis St., Medtord 
Kennedy, Mary C. 

SI Waldo St., Holyoke 
Kennedy, Paul E. 

184 Hopkins PI., Longmeadow 
Kenney, Peter J. 

Lone Tree Rd., Dennisport 
Kent, Ellen A. 

1044 Main St., Leicester 
Kepper, Robert E. 

54 Washington St., Milton 
Kerr, Leonard A. 

Crescent St., Wilmington 
Kerzner, Arnold M. 

191 Trafton Rd., Springfield 
Killelea, Francis R. 

IS Central St., Turners Falls 
Killmer, Elizabeth C. 

47 Thornton St., Springfield 
Killoy, Mary-Lou 

20 Putman Ave., Lowell 



127 West St., Gardn 



Kirby, John A, 

PlciisaiU SI., Upliin 
Kirby, .loll II K. 

223 Nowliiii.l Si., Mill. I.- 
Kirk. Riilli A. 

22.-> Willnilt SI., l.invn'M. 
Kit><nii. l>uvi<l S. 



Knudtsoil. Evar l>. 

Flower Hill, Wiirwick 
Kochan. riiilip E. 

1.9 Park .\vc., Norl hiiniploii 
Konopka. Carol M. 

132 Vernon St., Worri'slor 
KoMopka. Nancy .1. 

2,S4 .Main St., Eii.slliam|)loM 
Koski, Dnvid V. 

4 Highland Cl., Fitohliur)! 
Kosof. Peter L. 

Hitchcock Rd., Chester 
Krasnoo, Sidney B. 

1202 Commonwealth .Vve., Allstnn 
Krau»«, Carol C 

70 Lucille St., Hempstead, N. Y, 
Kunisan. Donald A. 

70 Fairfax Rd., Worcester 
Kushner, Karolvn A. 

7 Susquehanna Ave., Great Neck, 

N. Y. 
Kwasnicke, Sbirley \. 

56 Melrose St., Adams 
Kvrouz, Phillip H. 

5 Coombs St„ Middleboro 
La Chance, Joan A. 

32,5 Columbia St., Fall River 
Lachapelle, Beverly L. 

55 Park St., New Bedford 
Lacroix, Ronald O. 

333 College St., Fairview 
LaFrancc. Albert H. 

R.F.D. No. 1, Easthampton 
Laird. Robert H. 

1.5 Bennington St., Springfield 
Lalikos. Nancy C. 

36 Tracey St., Peabody 
Lally. Carol A. 

T2'A High St., Milford 

Landon, Robert P. 

103 Upper Beverly Hills, West 
Springfield 
Lane, Dean A. 

6 Irving Place, Utica, N. Y. 
Lane, James E. 

Amherst 
Lang. Vera J. 

1.54-.54 12 Rd., Whiteston, N. Y. 
Lanphear. Dean R. 

The Northfield. F.ast North6eld 
Lantz. CliiTord H. 

S56 West Bo.vlston St., Worcester 
LaPahme. Robert \. 

Turkey Hill Rd., Northampton 
Lapides, Vivian J. 

14 Hebron St., Springfield 
LaPorte, Rudolph J. 

9 Bombardier St., South Hadley Falls 
Lariviere, Norman A. 

101 West St., Chieopee 
Lariviere, Robert A. 

Cross 104, Southbridge 
Lasrv, Noemie M. 

4 Hall St., Leominster 
Latham. Arthur J. 

56 Weller Ave., Pittsfield 
Lavendol. Louis G. 

50 Williams St., North Adams 



27(1 (iill.Mte Ave., Springlield 
Lefkowilz, Jerome L. 

(191 Weelamor St., Kail River 
LeKere. Alfre.l J. 

33 Franklin St., Lawrence 
Lconowicz, David A. 

161 Beilford St., Whitman 
Leopold. Frederic 

470 Carew St., Springfield 
Lesagc, Rene A. 

113 F.ast Quincy St., North Adams 
Levine, Marshall 

131 ArlinglonSl., Framinghani 
Levins, William P. 

20 .lo.sephine St., Dorchester 
Levy, ,fordan S. 

462 Boylston St„ Brookline 
Lewis, Beverly L. 

29 Leonard Ave,, Haverhill 
Lewis, Joan M. 

26 Glenwood Circle, Longmcadow 
Libacdoni. Mario A. 

10 Granite St., Somcrville 
Licbman, Richard H. 

120 Longhill St., Spring6eld 
Liederman, David S. 

16 Faulkner St., Maiden 
Linchan, F. Robert 

70 Stearns Terr., Chieopee 
LittleHeld. Janice M. 

15 Sunset Rd., Gardner 
Liucci, Joseph W. 

426 Carew St., Springfield 
Lizak, Leonard 

16 Adamsdale Ave., So. Attleboro 
Locke, Robert A. 

PineSt..Stockbridge 
Loftus, John T. 

261 Park St., Hol.voke 
Longhi. Raymond 

75 Oak St., Plymouth 
Lonstein. Cynthia F. 

35 Tirell St., Worcester 
Lourie. Nancy R. 

44 Rosewood St., Mattapan 
Lovejoy. Paul E, 

3 Irving St., Melrose 
Lowe, Sarah L. 

.S7 Elm St., Methuen 
Lucas. Ronald A. 

14S Pakacboag St., Auburn 
Lucier, Ellen N. 

25 Munroe St., Northampton 
Lundgren. Ronald B. 

140 Newman Ave., Seekonk 
Lundstrom, William G. 

103 McCarthy Ave.. Cherry Valley 
Lynch. Patricia A. 

"l,S Louise Rd., Belmont 
Lynch, Robert A. 

91 Colbcrg Ave., Boston 31 
Lyons, Richard P. 

'23 Carter St., Hudson 
MacDonald. Willard W. 

93 Prospect St., Cambridge 
MacKay. David W. 

2(i Highland St., Worcester 
MacKav. Francis J. 

53 Mf. Pleasant St., Roekport 
MacKenzie, Judith A. 

7 Vernon St.. Braintree 
Mackic, William B. 

40 Fairhaven Rd., Worcester 
MacKillop, George K. Jr. 

41 Simpson Ave.. Somcrville 
MacLean. Bruce D. 

21 Prospect St., South Dartmouth 



Magoon, John C. 

121 Newton St.. Lawrence 
Mahoney, .|ohn J. 

3 Howe Ave., Snulh li.islii 
Mahoney, Philip J. 

34 Goodrich St.. I'itchburi 



Maia, Donald H. 

24 Dickinson St.. Amherst 
Maitland, Ann W. 

39 Ross Rd., Swampseott 
Makela. Richard D. 

IIS Windsor St.. WorcL-slcr 
Malfas. Nicholas E. Jr. 

1611 Northampton St., H..ly..ke 
Malione, Barbara A. 

1 Newark St., Adams 
Malloy, Bryan P. 

27 Abbott St., Greenfield 
Malone, Winfrcd F. 

69 Lynnway St.. Revere 
Maloni, Nancy A. 

34 Oak St., New Bedford 
Manclis, Richard E. 

5.54 Tockdale Ave., New Beclf,>rd 
Mann. Myrna S. 

1470 He'wlett Ave.. Hewlett. \. V. 
Manson, Deborah 

Lake St., Wilmington 
Marchant, Jeannette S. 

450 Washington St., Gloucester 
Marcucci, Marie A. 

17 Sixth Ave., Quincy 
Marks, Paul G. 

35 Wales St., Dorchester 
Marks, Sherman J. 

21 Claremont Ave., Holyoke 
Maroldt, Dolores M. 

30 Edgewold Rd.. White Plains. N. Y. 
Marr, Norman H. Jr. 

Depot Rd.. Still River 
Marshall, Ronald G. 

Beeeher Lane. Lenox 
Martol, Richard F. 

64 Prince Ave.. West Springfiel.l 
Martell, Henry H. Jr. 

Chapman Rd.. Tewksbury 
Martin, James E. Jr. 

10 Oak Ave., Wakefield 
Martin, Martha \. 

49 Fearing St., .\mherst 
Martin, Maurice O. 

Craig St., Rochdale 




315 



Mather, Elaine F. 

Summer St., Dcnnispoit 
Mather, Sally M. 

272 North Elm St., West Bridgewater 
Mathicson. William .1. 

lla Lombard St., Fairview 
Matis, John H. 

Wachusetl St., Holden 
Matuszko, Dorothy M. 

247 Northampton Rd., Amherst 
Mauger, Joseph E. Jr. 

I Appian Way, Allston 
Mayhew, Cliflord C. .Jr. 

27 Lumac St., Springfield 
Mayo, Donald R. 

166 Ararat St., Worcester 
Maziarz. Elaine L. 

4.i(i Front St.. Chicopee 
McCarry, William H. 

102 College St., Springfield 
McCarthy, Alfred J. 

19 Cumberland St., Springfield 
MeCarthv. William F. 

14 BriKhtoii Si.. S|)ringfield 
McCaskie. Donald (;. 

144 Ml. Pleasanl St., New Bedford 
MeClarv, Elinor B. 

II Canal Si., Turners Falls 
McClary, Richard C. 

-Mill St., Montague City 
McColgan, Hnhert J. 

Kfi Banley Rd.. Somerville 
McCormick, Donald 

1.5.5 Ave. A, Turners Falls 
McDonald. Stanley M. Jr. 

i:i Niehols Rd., Needham 
McEachern. Paul T. 

15 Dorset St., Dorrhester 
McGahan. Myrna M. 

96 Montague City Rd., Greenfield 
McGinty, John J. 

24 Claremont Ave., Holyoke 
McGrath, Joan V. 

S07 High St.. Holyoke 
McGrath. liiohurd I). 

4 Bay Kdge Drive, Worcester 
MeGuinness. Ann S. 

21 Parker Terr., Newton Centre 
McHale. Richard S. 

211 Kress St., Lawrence 
MeKic. Alan J. 

11 Rustic Rd.. Stonehani 
McLanc. Robert H. 

•5 Hamlin Ave., Falmouth 
McLellan. Gerald I). 

Box .57, Smith's Ferry, Holyoke 
McNamara, Francis J. Jr. 

74 Stratford Ave., Pittsfield 




McParland, Joseph P. 

■i97 Beale St., Wollaston 
Meenan, James F. 

.33 Caniil St., South Hadley Falls 
Mellen, Charles R. 

140 West St., Lowell 
Meltzer, Davie L. 

9 Dellwood Rd., Worcester 
Melville, Mareia G. 

52 Greenfield St., Brockton 
Menard, Marie T. 

70 Newhall St., Springfield 
Menorek, James P. 

16 Cornell St., South Hadley Fa 
Merchant, Leonard B. 

3 Forest St., Gloucester 
Mcrriam, Joyce 

.56 Havcloek Rd., Worcester 
Messig, Joan 

9 Lorraine St., Glen Ridge, New ,h 
Milas, Lawrence W. 

76 Dwight Rd., Springfield 
Miller. Arthur T. 

7 Houiislcii.l St.. Lexington 
Miller. Jndilli K. 

11.9 Bee.h Ave., Melrose 
Miller. Lillian 

lit) Winlhrop Rd., Brookline 
Millis. Nancy J. 

N. Hoosae Rd., Williamstown 
Milne, Carol J. 

16S Bridge Rd., Florence 
Minutillo, Frank P., Jr. 

60 Bridge St., Salem 
Mishol, Robert R. 

10 Brimfield St., Ludlow 
Mitchell, Marlon 

19 Pierce Rd., Watertown 
Mitchell, Mvrna 

14 County "Rd., Everett 
Mitta, Louis A. 

79 Hillside Ave., West Springfiel 
Mizula, Joseph W. 

1.57 Florence Rd., Northampton 
Mocko, Suzanne L. 

B21 South Norbury Ave., Loml 
Illinois 
Momenthy, Albert M. 

370 Park St., West Roxbury 



Mo 



, Ela 



3,S Bowen St., West Bo.vlslon 
Monteiro, Lucilia 

116 Hathaway St., New Bedfor< 
Montese, Louis J. 

1 Rhubena St., Framingham 
Moore, Carol A. 

17 Ravenna Rd.. Boston 
Moquin, Raymond K. 

Worthington Rd., Huntington 
Moreschi, Ann M. R. 

33S Plantation St., Worcester 
Morrissey, Richard C. 

391 Burncoat St., Worcester 
Morse, Marilyn P. 

72 Pleasant St., East Walpole 
Mort, John W. 

40 Mill St., New Bedford 
Mueller, William S. 

12,S East Pleasant St., Amherst 
Mugnier, Paul W. 

State St., Granby 
Munroe, Petei- R. D. 

22 Sm.N'rna St., West Springfield 



Murphy, Gerald W. 

123 Westmoreland Ave., Longmeadow 
Murphy, Michael J. 

20 Murray Hill Ave., Springfield 
Murphy, Richard A. 

70 Faj-ette St., Watertown 
Murray, Lawrence P. 

280 Revere St., Winthrop 
Murtagh, John E. 

49 Morse Rd., Framingham 
Mykytink, Donald P. 

24 Berwyn St., South Hadley Falls 
Nanry, Judith 

230 Mystic Valley Prky., Winchestei 
Neary, Ellen F. 

117 Essex St., Indian Orchard 
Ncff, John W. 

26 Putnam Ave., Pittsfield 
Negus, Leslie E. 

7.5 East Bacon St., Plainvillc 
Nelson, Janet A. 

232 Edendale St., Springfield 
Nelson, Walter E. 

33 Nelson St., Braintrec 
Nensa, Carol A. 

72 North Summer St., Adams 
Ncttlcshlp, Charles F. Ill 

313 East St., Hingham 
Neumann, Richard G. 

Mill St., Marion 
Newman, Alice V. 

49 Peach St., South Braintree 
Nichols, Edward J. 

2772 Main St., Springfield 
Nichols, Janet P. 

119 West St., Southbridge 
Nichols, Sidney A. 

Clary Rd., Williamsburg 
Nicholson, Peggy 

West Mountain Rd., Bernardston 
Niedbala, Shirley H. 

103 Russell St., Hadley 
Nicdzwiecki, Charles B. 

20 Underwood Ave., Mount Tom 
Nionakis, Nicholas P. 

17 Nichols St., Haverhill 
Noble, Betty H. 

206 Blakely Ct., Newark, N. Y. 
Noble, John W. Jr. 

1 Sparlcs St., Cambridge 
Norkaitis, Robert W. 

204 Dewey St., Worcester 
Norris, Carole J. 

Ill Woodmont St., Springfield 
Noyes, Beatrice A. 

21 Lantern Lane. Weymouth 
Numark, Barbara R. 

2 Bergen Ct., Bayonne, N. J. 
Oakcs, Charles J. 

615 White St., Springfield 
O'Brien, Bruce L. 

336 Essex St., Salem 
O'Brien, Elaine S. 

292 Washington Blvd., Springfield 
O'Connell, Christine M. 

76 Veazie St., North Adams 
O'Connell, Shaun V. 

.50 Williams St., Marlboro 
O'Connor, Alice L. 

66 Aldrich Rd., Watertown 
O'Connor, Gertrude C. 

99 Woodbridge St., South Hadley 
O'Connor, John R. 

62 Dartmouth St., Somerville 
O'Donnell, Robert G. 

40 Phillips St., Greenfield 
Ojalehto, George D. 

■2() Powder Mill Rd., Maynard 



316 



US NorlhiiMilMTliniil Si., rillslli-M 

onl 
O'Mara, Itirhard 

294 Brock Ave., New Bedford 
O'Ncil. Carl n. 

Off Winter St., KiiiRstoii 
O'Ncil. Margaret T. 

4!l Mooreland St.. Springfield 
O'Roiirke. William II. 

ll)M.vrtleSt..Jamaira Plain 
Orphaiios, Evansclis N. 

S.\ Farr.ir St., Lynn 
Orlinjihaus, Richard H. 

221 Burbank Rd., Longmcadow 
Orzcchowski, Ruth M. 

ion Beech St., Hol.vokc 
Osborne. Gulcn E. 

lOtiil Main St.. North Hanover 



Ostroff. Barbara N. 

200 Bo.vlston St., Brockton 
Ostroff. Janet C. 

200 Bo.vlston St., Brockton 
Otterson, Bernard F. 

9 Granite St., Welleslcy 
Ouimcttc. Wildred H. 

no Farnsworth St., Spring6cld 
Padelford. Robert S. 

:i40 Mount Pleas,int St., Fall River 
Papc, Carol E. 

.52 North Parkway, Worcester 
Page. Dorothy J. 

14 E.istwood Ed., Shrewsbury 
Pagnini, Robert F. 

24 Meade St., Milford 
Paine, Prudence 

50 So. Main St., BaldwinviUe 
Palazola, Jean C. 

26 Granite St., Gloucester 
Palmer. Addis M. 

Blandford Rd., Otis 
Pappas, George W. 

103 Warwick St., Lawrence 
Parent, Richard A. 

9(5 Marianna St., Lynn 
Parker, Mary L. 

23 Summit Ave., WoUaston 
Parody, Ronald W. 

33 Main St., Greenfield 
Pascarelli. Victor J. 

97 Southern Ave., Dorchester 
Pavony, Gail J. 

144 Virginia Ave., Jersey City, N. J. 
Pearl, Edythc S. 

141 Eastbourne Rd., Newton 
Pekrul, Jeannine M. 

West Main St., Canaan, Conn. 
Pcllegrino, Ann L. 

S66 Sumner Ave., Springfield 
Pellegrini, Mary E. 

101 Kendall Ave., Framingham 
Percy, Thomas F. 

163 Main St., Amherst 
Pereira, Arthur A. 

29S Lynn Fells Parkway, Saugus 
Perlowski, John S. 

305 Hillside Ave., Holyoke 
Persons, Paul W. Jr. 

523 Wilbraham Rd., Springfield 



illii 



:ile< 



Per 



: E. 



12S Highland St., Southbridge 
Peterson, Charles W. 

120 State St., Hanson 
PetriUo, Thomas A. 

70 Wyman St., Lynn 
Pettee, Joan N. 

Fairview St., Simsbury, Conn. 
Pfeninger, Douglas M. 

223 Hevsom St., New Bedford 



Walerlown 
riiillips. itobert F. 

113 Fountain St., Springfield 
Picard, Henri J. 

Oakland Ave., North Weslport 
Pickett, Theodore A. 

22 West St., West Springfield 
Pickles, .Audrey 

169 Oakland St., Methuen 
Pike, Sherman T. 

R.F.D. Shdburne Falls 
I'ittslcy, Ralph F. 

Dwight Station, Amherst 
PI 

27 1 
Plac»;ek, Eleanor M. 

U \..l,lc Av.-.. Westfield 
Placz.k. Viiie.nl 

II N..l,l,. Ave, Westfield 
Poirier, Yvette R. 

472 Clarendon St., Fitchburg 
Pollard, Marion M. 

Bo.x 47, New Braintree 
Pomeroy, Leon R. 

Russellville Rd., Westfield 
Pompeo, Anthony J. 

228 Washington St., Quincy 
I'omposo, Mary Ann 

7 Sunny Knoll Ave., Lexington 
Porter, Robert C. 

24 Countryside Dr.. Dorchester 
Portnoy, Gerald M. 

.599 Lee's River Ave., Somerset 
Posnik, Jay A. 

467 Laurel St., Longmeadow - 
Post, Paul J., Jr. 

19 Keefc Rd., Acton 
Potter, Curtis N. 

120 Brook St., Holliston 
Potter, Donald H. 

Reservoir Ave., Rehoboth 
Potter, Thomas H. 

2,S0 Shelburne Rd., Green6eld 
Prabulos, Barbara A. 

113 Bliss St., Florence 
Pratt, Jocelyn A. 

237 Pleasant St., East Walpole 
Premo, Albert 

Union St., Wales 
Premo, Catherine T. 

Union St., Wales 
Prescott, Arthur C. 

3 Copeland St., Roxbury 
Preston, Craig A. 

24 Bruuer Ave., Wilbraham 
Proud, Sara L. 

2 .\dams Rd., Williamstown 
Prouli, David P. 

37 Main St., Hatfield 
Putnam, Constance 

23 High St., Spencer 
Quinn. John F. 

23 Gardner St., Southbridge 
Quirk, Marilyn 

20 White St., Quincy 
RatclilTc, Natalie 

54 Shore St., Falmouth 
Radisic, Gladys A. 

7 Pleasant St., W.ire 
Ramadon, Edward I. 

So Pleasant St.. Three Rivers 
Rand, Leonard P. 

Main St., West Upton 
Randall. Charles E., Jr. 

9 Laurel St., Pinch urst, Billerica 
Ransom, Mary D. 

Ellsworth Rd., West Newton 




Ratner, Sylvia 

23 Floyd St., Dorchester 
Ratyna, Frances D. 

3S Red Spring Rd., Andover 
Rawlins, Jean 

100 Thompson St.. New Bedfo 
Raymond, Dorothy A. 

27 Britton St., Stoughton 
Raymond, Merilyn 

303 Thicket St., South Wcynio 
Ro, Silverio P. 

16 Sakler St., Gloucester 



Rccd, Robert F. 

51 Gilford St., Brockton 
Regolsky, Lorna V. 

29 Summit Ave., Brookline 
Rehbein, David 

22 Connecticut Ave., Springfield 
Reilly, Raymond 

SO Thompson St., Springfield 
Reinstein, Maxwell 

SO Selden St.. Dorchester 
Remick, Leslie B. 

6 Park Ave., Wakefield 
Reynolds. David V. 

Box 107D, Attleboro 
Rhodes, Gordon H. 

1463 Beacon St., Brookline 
Rice, Eugene W. 

35S Rock Island Rd., Quincy 
Rice, Gardner M. 

5S Outlook Drive, Lexington 
Richardson, Carlton D. 

Foster Hdl. West Brookfield 
Righter. Harold 



Riz 



Brookline St., Ne 
1 M. 



tton 



; Terr., Southbridge 



Robbins, Jeancttc A. 

14 Chapin Ave., Reading 
Robbio, James T. 

14 Katahdin St., Worcester 
Roberts, Roger A. 

1 East St., South Hadley Falls 
Robillard, Marcel E. 

Naomi St., Chicopee Falls 
Robinson, Joyce 

130 County St., Attleboro 
Roder, Harold I. 

S4 Franklin St., Milton 
Rogers, Frances M. 

129 Compos St., Somerset 
Roman, Michael R. 

R. F. D., 219 East Mount Rd., West- 
field 



317 




Romaiiciur, Robert M. 

l(j Briilst St., Ciisluiiaii 
Romer, Alvce D. 

44 Wilmington Ave., Dorchcste 
Ronka, Karyl 

Village Hill .\ve., Williamsburg 
Roomey. John 

91 Fiske .\ve., Waltham 
Rosen^ Adele P. 

34(i Spring St., Brockton 
Rosenberg, John R. 

7(i7 .\rmory St., Springfield 
Ross, Cloyed L. 

44 Linden Ave., Greenfield 



Rosi 



iE. 



dnv 



so Birchwood Ave.. Longme; 
Rotondo, Peter 

Bedford St., Concord 
Rowe, Bradley 

Scott Hill Rd., Bellingham 
Ruberti, James 

11 Boyle Ct., Fitchburg 
Ruel, Robert N. 

State St., Granby 
Rusiackas. James 

79 Nottingham Ave., Vallev 
N. Y. 
Russell. Richard W. 

7.0 Elm St., Concord 
Rutledgc, Paul F. 

7 Bemis Rd., Wellesley Hills 
Sadlow, Carolyn A. 

Main St., Savoy 
Sampson, Robert J. 

7 Courtland St., W'orcester 
Sanders, James 

7(j Gothic St., Northampton 
Sargent. Edgar D. 

Bear Hdl Hd., Merrimac 
Sargent, Janet A. 

Old Ayer Rd., Groton 
Sasen, Charles J. 

75 Wilmot St., Springfield 
Savage, Paul N. 

260 Silver St., Greenfield 



Scannell, James .4. 

399 Lincoln Rd., Walpole 
Scheffer, William G. 

R. D. o Bridgton, N. .1. 
Sehirmer, Duke H. 

3()0 Main St., Amherst 
Schmidt. Ellen L. 

149 Salem End Rd., Framinghai 
Schruender, Bernard J. 

250 Oakland St., Methuen 
Schwartz, Barbara A. 

27 Bellevue St., Lowell 



Schwartz, Marilyn B. 

51 Bay View Drive, Portland, Ma 
Seott. Lewis A. 

22 Western Ave., Greenfield 
Scrivener, Carol \. 

430 Beale St., Quincy 
Scale, Barbara J. 

Main St., Oxford 
Se 

47 
S.ar>. Richard P. 

mil Church St., Ware 
Selelsky, Burton 

95 Allen Ave., Waban 
Sclctskv, Thelma 

12 Kilsythe Terr., Brighton 
Selwitz, Myrna A. 

103 Garfield St., Springfield 
Sclya, Robert P. 

25 Thurlow Ave., Revere 
Sencabaugh, John R, 

9S Curtis St., Somcrville 
Senecal, Elan 

Post Rd., Rutland, Vermont 
Sevigny, George D. 

S2S Chicopee St., WiUimansetl 
Sexton, Richard S. 

U(i Wendell Park, Milton 
Shapiro, Leonard 

2 Foster St., Brookline 
Shapiro, Maurice H. 

4 Lafayette Ave., Chelsea 
Shaw, David H. 

59 Pollock Ave., Pittsfield 
Shaw. Richard S. 

5 Newhall St., Springfield 
Shea, Mary L. 

97 Allston St., Medford 



Shepardson, Bruce A. 

22 Emerson Ave., Pittsfield 
Shepardson, Philip 

50 Park St„ Easthampton 
Sher, Ruth F. 

133 West Main St., Marlbon 
Sherman, David A. 

10 Pierce St., Greenfield 



Sh. 



Sh 



ont 



Edv 



6 Clarkwood St., Boston 
Shuman, Stanley 

tin Westmore Rd., Mattapan 
Siegmund, Joan E. 

1)9 Woodlawn St., .lamaica Plain 
Sillars, Janet R. 

77 Locust St., Danvers 
Silva, John 

57 Briggs St., New Bedford 
Simmons, Millicent S. 

40 Elmdale St., West Springfield 
Simon, George S. 

280 Main St., Franklin 

13 Mystic Rd.,'Marblehead 
Singer, Roberta L. 

12 Pitt St., Portland, Maine 
Slattery, Flora A. 

Main St., Hanover 
Slayter, Nanev L. 

Summit Rd.. North Abington 
Sloane, Barbara L. 

121 President's Lane, Quincy 
Smith, Allen C. 

Wyckoff Park, Holyoke 
Smith, Cynthia 

2S3 Barton Rd., Greenfield 
Smith, Edward J. 

22 Real St., Winthrop 



Smith, Edwin F. 

S Elm St., Hatfield 
Smith, Frank A. 

South Main St., Haydenville 
Smith, Frederic M. 

87 Mason Terr., Brookline 
Smith, Geraldine F. 

S Webster Rd., Milton 
Smith. Leonard C. 

79 Sumner St., Auburn 
Smith, Marilynn L. 

94 Prince St., Needham 
Smith, Thomas M. 

(1133 Gardenia St., Philadelphia 
Smock, Sara Jane 

303 Klinewoods Rd., Ithaca, N. 
Snead, Jonathan H. 

2S Severance St., Shelburne Falls 
Snyder, David J. 

80 Athelstane Rd., Newton CenI 
Solomon, Henry 

1.50 Cotton St., Newton 
Solomon, Marcia S. 

22 Lincoln Park^vay, Bayonne, ] 
Soule, John W. 

Tremont St., Duxbury 
Southard, John A. 

35 Stilson Ave., Northampton 
Sowa, Alfred 

222 Hampden St., Chicopee 
Spear, Arthur F. 

48 Burlington Ave., Wilmington 
Spiewak, Walter 

5SS June St., Fall River 
Spriggs, Francis T. 

60 Annunciation Rd., Boston 
Stradtfeld, Norma L. 

30 Miller St., Braintree 
Stanley, Joanne M. 

15 Washington St., South Grove 
Staples, Merilyn P. 

949 Amesbury Rd., Haverhill 
Staslowski, Chester M. 

16 Riverview Terr., Chicopee 
Stebbins, William D. 

84 Englewood Rd., Longmeadow 
Steele, Frederick E. 

31 Braeburn Rd., H.vde Park 
Steere, Martha L. 

Box 247, Chep.achet, R. I. 
Steinberg. Cynthia D. 

10 Wachusett Ave., Lawrence 
Sterling, Peter V. 

South Lane, Hingham 
Stewart, Elaine C. 

10 Edmond St., Bradford 
Stewart, Jeanne R. 

Blue Hill Rd.. Great Barrington 




318] 



Stfwarl, Miir(!iir.-I .1. 

131) AppU'lon Ave, Pillsli.l.l 

Stimson. Cliurlrs II. 

Thonips.)!! Itil., I'riii.c-I..ii 



Tcta, Veronica M. 

(W Chapin Terr.. Spriiifc-fit-ld 



Thellcr. Robert B. 

3B Mcnotom.v Rd., Arlington 



Sullivan, Anthony R. 

10 Virginia Rd., Andov 



if 


M 


Fn 




m 


m/M 


yi's 


ft. 1 


Kj r ^H 


11 


; J^'r^^ J^ 


^1 ^^^^1 



Sullivan, Irene M. 

92 High St., Greenfield 



Sullivan, Margaret E. 

79 Ta.vlor St., Chicopec Fal 



Tliorbahn, Carol A. 

24 Brunswick St., Squantun 



Tukey, Loraine E. 

4,5 Jackson St., Northampto 



Turgeon, Raymond Jr. 

23 Allen St., West Springfield 



Waehta, Zygmunt R. 

19 Walnut Ave., Chicopce Kails 

Wainionpaa, Nancy R. 

270 Main St., Walpole 

Wales, Frederiek L. 

33(jA Central St., Springfield 



Walsh, Dorothy D. 

212 Powder House Blvd., Somerville 

Walsh, John B. 

201 Pleasant St., Winthrop 



Tarsky, Euge 

ISS Commo: 
field 



Tyson, Gail 

lOS Maple Rd., Longmeadow 



Washburn, John I, 

7 Chapman Ave., Easthampton 




Undergraves, Hazelann 

130 Marcy St., Southbridge 



Van Cott, Peter 

2,50 Betsy Brown Rd., Port Chester, 
N. Y. 

Velonides, Joanna 

56 Frost St., Cambridge 

Verock, Frank P. 

205 Pequoig Ave,, Atbol 



Weinberg, David J. 

145 Chalmers St., Springfield 

Weinberg, Gerald H. 

74 Wallingford Rd., Brighton 

Weinberg, Herbert W. 

85 Knollwood St., Springfield 



Weisman, Shirley A. 

34 Glendale Rd., Marblehead 

Weitzman, Hervev A. 

25 Plymouth Rd.", Longmeado 



Wells, Phillip R. 

Dodwil Rd., Cummingto 



319 



Whalen, John W. 

10(i Washington St., Chicopee 



White, Willi; 



. Richard J. 

Iwood St., Springfield 




Chester 
M.ittapar 



Zahodiakin. Nadejda V. 

3 Tyler Ct., Northampton 




■„ West Springfield 



Wrightson, Carol A. 

17 Marshall St., Tut 



im Heights 
Falls 



Zancr, Ann 

50 Ruxton Rd., Great Neck, 
Island, N. Y. 

Zaremba, John P., Jr. 

47 Chestnut St., Chicopee 



iucco, Vincent S. 

27 Portland St., Feeding Hil 



320 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



Compliments of 


Compliments of 




Pi Beta Phi 


Tau Epsilon Phi 




Compliments of 


Compliments of 




Kappa Kappa Gamma 


Phi Delta Nu 




Sigma Phi Epsilon 

EXTENDS BEST OF LUCK 


Compliments of 




TO THE 

Class of 1954 


Kappa Alpha Theta 




Compliments of 


Compliments of 




Sigma Kappa 


Alpha Gamma Rho 





^est Wishes for Successful 
Careers 



The University store 



WHERE YOUR FRIENDS MEET 

FOR 

THE MOST POPULAR COURSE 

ON CAMPUS 



323' 



KRAUSHAR PRESS 

Trinters 

Tublishers 

30 CRAFTS STREET 
NORTHAMPTON, MASS. 



Compliments of 

THE LITTLE STORE 

JULIUS V. GRANDONICO 



9Joe 



AMHERST 



THEATRE 



,^, WHMP ,^, 

The Studenfs Own Show 

Campus Favorites 
every night 

9:00 to 11 :00 

i^^o WHMP i^^o 



University Motors, Inc. 

SALES AND SERVICE 
213 College St. - AMHERST, MASS. 

The 

LORD JEFFERY 

AMHERST - MASS. 

^ Treadway Inn 



FINE FOOD 




Attractive Rooms 

COCKTAIL LOUNGE 

BANQUET FACILITIES 

Norman M. Enman, M^^-. 



324 



MUTUAL 

Plumbing & Heating Co. 

63 South Pleasant Street 
AMHERST 

Plumbing & Heating Contracting 
Emergency Repairs 

ELECTRIC APPLIANCES 

RADIO AND TELEVISION 

Sales & Service 

{As the same address since 1896} 


Dedicated to 

COMPLETE PARTY SERVICE 

for the 

University of Massachusetts 

• 

C & C Package Store 

"THE STORE WITH MORE" 
Next to the Town Hall 

Telephone 890 
Delivery 


The Best in Drug Store Merchandise 
The Best in Drug Store Service 

— ♦ — 

HENRY ADAMS CO. 

The "^xall Store 


Compliments 
of 

The Powers Shop 

Wornen's Apparel 


COME THE WAY YOU ARE 

to the 

Hadley Drive In Theatre & Snack Bar 

Opeyi Year Around 


The BEAUTY "BAR 
49 Northampton Road 

Tel. 1130 
Hair Stylists 


Compliments of 

Northampton's Largest 
Dept. Store 

Phone 1310 Free Delivery 


Compliments of 

J. F. MATHEWS 

''Shoes for the Campus'' 



325 



Compliments of 

Kappa Sigma 


Compliments of 

Sigma Delta Tau 


Compliments of 

Chi Omega 


Compliments of 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 


Compliments of 

Lambda Chi Alpha 


Compliments of 

Phi Mu Delta 


Compliments of 

Alpha Epsilon Pi 


Compliments of 

Q. T. V. 



326 





1 

Russell's Package Store 


Compliments of 


35 So. Pleasant Street 


Phi Sisma Kappa 


Certified S. S. Pierce Products 




More than a store — 




A tradition for many long years 


Gibson Chevrolet Company 


BOSCO CLEANERS 


Chevrolet 


A representative in every Dorm, 


Sales and Service 


Fraternity and Sorority 




at the University 


40 Dickinson St., Amherst, Mass. 


T 


Tel. 749 




College & Fraternity 


Gift Items for Every Occasion . . . 


Vrinting 


Always the Best in Drugs . . . 


• 


. . . and Everything Photographic 


Printers for the 




COLLEGIAN 




• 


WELLWORTH PHARMACY, Inc. 


tMarndtoit 9, AeweU 


23 North Pleasant Street 


534 Main Street 
Telephone 610 


Tel. 118 



[327] 



Rahar's Inn 

"An Invitation to Good Food" 
NORTHAMPTON 

Tel. 550 

Compliments of 

BROWN'S 

'Drapes . . . Linens . . . Qifts 



RANDY'S 
Food and Package Store 



For a delicious giant Hot D03 

Italian Sausage with Peppers 

and Truckburgers 

— come to — 

ALEX'S SNACK BAR 

HAMP ROAD 



Compliments of 

COLLEGE BARBER SHOP 

University of Massachusetts 
Amherst, Mass. 



Compliments of 

^RIGGS, Inc. 

Home Furnishers 



124 AMITY STREET 
AMHERST 

Telephone 16 



LOUIS' FOODS 

Quality — Dependability — Service 
Excellence Without Extravagance 

AIMHERST, MASS. 

Tel. 477-8- 



FOUNTAIN PENS 

Parker, Sheaffer, Waterman 
and Esterbrook 



Eaton's 
PERSONALIZED STATIONERY 



A. J. HASTINGS 

NEWSDEALER & STATIONER 
Amherst, Mass. 



Compliments of 


LINCOLN 


Studio 


Tortrait T^hotographers 

* 


Orricia Portrait Photographers 


for the 


1954 NDEX 


MALDEN - MASS. 



329 



DRAKE'S HOTEL 


Conversion "DELCO", and 

"MASTERKRAFT" oil burners 


"College Lije at its Best" 


♦ 


♦ 


G. E. and Deico boilers 




and furnaces 


LODGING 


♦ 


Cocktail Lounge 


Franchised dealers for Phiico and 


A 


Kelvinator refrigerators, electric stoves 




and deep freeze units 


Service for the Students 


♦ 


by the Students 

Your host, 


Amherst Oil Company 

321 Main Street 


moB jQow 


Tel. 999 or 975 


Best of Luck to Class of '54 




JOE'S CAFE 


QUONSET CLUB 


Northampton 


Every Tuesday is Polish 




VAN'S RESTAURANT 


night 


Top of the Notch 




Route 116 


— ♦— 

EVERY SATURDAY DANCING 
UNDER THE CRYSTAL BALL 


For Excellent Food 


St. Res'is Diner 




Just off campus 




North Pleasant Street 


Open until 1 A.M. 



330 



THE 


:: :s' j "^, x 


* 
Extends Best Wishes 


To the Class of 1954 


TOTO'S 


J. S. Wcstcott & Son 


♦ 

14 JNIiles from Amherst 


MOVERS, PACKERS 


on Route 5 


and 




STORAGE 


Where's the best place to eat in town? 




Grandy's Restaurant 


^ 


PIZZA 

Italian and American Foods 
to suit your taste 

Prop.: Art Grandonico 


127 Sunderland Road 
North Amherst, Mass. 



331 




^ Book To Be Treasured . . . 

This annual is a permanent record, in picture and prose, 
of the academic year 1953-1954 at University of Massachusetts. 
Its value will increase as the years pass, and the quality of the 
printing ivill contribute in great fneasure to its lasting ivorth. 

The Andover Press, Ltd., takes pride in its ivell-knoivn 
craftsmanship tvhich, combined with the long hours of careful 
planning and painstaking editorial work by the INDEX 
Stajf, makes this a book to be treasured. 

The ANDOVER PRESS, J^^d. 

ANDOVER, MASSACHUSETTS 



332 



ACKNOWLEDGMENIS 



Sidney Kaplan, Literary Advisor 

Laiorence S. Dickinson, Business Advisor 

Frank Prentice Rand, Acting Dean, School of Liberal Arts 

John Cole, The x\ndover Press 

Michael Dasho, Lincoln Studio 

Affie M. Cook, Secretary to the President 

Joseph Contino, Music Department 

Robert J. McCartney, News Bureau 

Gerald Goldman, Publicity Office, Division of Physical Education 

Albert U. Romasco, Editor, the 1953 Index 



333] 



TABLE OF CONIENIS 



A 

Acknowledgements 333 

Adelphia 218 

Administration 190-196 

Advertisements 321-332 

Agriculture and Horticulture, 

School of 206-207 

Agricultural Engineering Club . 75 

A.I.E.E 74 

Air Cadet Squadron 89 

Air Science and Tactics, Division of 211 
Alpha Epsilon Pi .... 164-165 
Alpha Gamma Rho .... 166-167 

Alpha Phi Omega 69 

Alumni Association 198 

Amateur Radio Association 77 

Animal Husbandry Club ... 75 
April, Year In Review .... 7-10 

Arboriculture Club 75 

Arts and Sciences, School of . 200-205 

A.S.C.E 74 

A.S.M.E 74 



B 



Bacteriology and Public Health 




Club 


76 


Baseball, Freshman . 






96 


Baseball, Varsitj' 






92-95 


Basketball, Freshman 






. 120 


Basketball, Intramural 






. 131 


Basketball, ^'arsity 






114-119 


Board of Trustees 






193, 194 


Bowling, Intramural 






. 130 


Business Administration 


Ch 


lb 


76 



Business Administration, School of 210 

C 

Canterbury Club 66 

Channing Club 65. 

Chaplain's Council 66 

Cheerleaders 113 

Chemical Engineering Club 77 

Chemistry Club 76 

Chess Club 78 

Chi Omega 150-151 



Chorale 52 

Chrysostom Society 66 

Clubs 62-89 

Collegian 42-43 

Commuters 142-145 

Concert Association . 56-57 

Concert Band 47 

Cross Country, Freshman . 110 

Cross Country, Varsity . . 108-109 
Curtis, Dean Helen 196 



D 



Dairv Club 


78 


Dance Band 


46 


December, Year in Review 


24-26 


Delta Phi Gamma 


188-189 


Delta Sigma Chi 


168-169 


DeMolay Club .... 


78 


Dormitories, Men 


139-141 


Dormitories, Women 


134-138 


Drill Team 


37, 112 



E 

Economics Honor Society ... 79 

Education Club 79 

Educational Policies Committee 194 

Edwards Fellowship 65 

Emeriti, Professors 197 

Engineering, School of . . . 208-209 



Faculty-Administration . 

February, Year in Review 

Fernald Entomology Club 

Floriculture Club 

Food Tech Club 

Football, Freshman . 

Football, Intramural 

Football, Varsity 

Forestry Club 

4-H Club .... 

Fraternities 

Alpha Epsilon Pi . 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
Delta Phi Gamma 



190-213 

31-33 

79 

80 

80 

. 107 

. 129 

101-106 

80 



164-165 
166-167 
188-189 



[334 



Delta Sigma Clii 
Kappa Sigma 
Lambda Chi Alpha 
Phi Mil Delta 
Phi Sigma Kappa 
QTV . . . . 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Tail Epsilon Phi 
Theta Chi . . . 
French Club . 
Freshman .... 
Freshman Class Directory 
Freshman Class Officers 
Future Farmers of America 



168-169 
170-171 
172-178 
186-187 
174-175 
176-177 
178-179 
180-181 
182-183 
184-185 

73 

307-309 

310-320 

. 307 

82 



Geology Club 


82 


German Club 


73 


Graduate School .... 


199 


H 




Handbook 


44 


Harmonaires 


53 


Herter, Governor Christian A. . 


192 


Hillel Foundation .... 


64 


Hopkins, Dean Robert 


196 


Home Economics Club . 


83 


Home Economics, School of 


212 



I 

Index 38-40 

Interdorm Council 308 

Interfraternity Council .... 149 

Interfraternity Judiciary 149 

International Relations Club 67 
Intramural Sports 

Basketball 131 

Bowling 130 

Football 129 

Softball 128 

Isogon 219 

I.Z.F.A. 77 

J 

January, Year in Review 27-30 

Judiciary, Men's 61 

Judiciary, AVomen's .... 61 



Judson Feilowsliip 
June, Year in Review 
Juniors .... 
Junior Class Directory 
Junior Class Officers 

K 

Kappa Alpha Theta . 
Kimball, Dean Milo 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Kappa Sigma 



Lacrosse 

La Maison Fran<;aise 
Lambda Chi Alpha . 
Land Architecture Club 
Lanphear, Registrar ^Marshal 
Lutheran Club .... 



64 
13-14 

286-287 

288-294 

. 286 



152-153 

. 210 

154-155 

170-171 



97 
72 
172-173 
83 
196 
64 



M 

Majorettes .... 
March, Year in Review . 
Marching Band 
Maroon Key .... 
Marston, Dean George . 
Mathematics Club 
Mather, Provost Jean Paul 
May, Year in Review 
McGuirk, Warren P. 
Military, Division of 
Mitchell, Dean Helen 
Mitchell, Roberta, In ]\Iemoriam 
Mount Toby Recreation Project 

N 

Naiads 

Newman Club 

November, Year in Review 



113 

34-35 

45 



84 
196 

11-12 
213 
211 
212 
282 

68-69 



132 

63 

21-23 



O 

October, Year in Review 18-20 

Olericulture Club 84 

Omicron Nu 83 

Operetta Guild 49-51 

Organizations 37-89 

Outing Club 85 



335 



p 

Pan-Hellenic Council 

Pep Band . 

Phi Delta Nu 

Phi Kappa Phi 

Phi Mu Delta 

Phi Sigma Kappa 

Physical Education Club 

Physical Education, Division of 

Pi Beta Phi . 

Pistol Team . . ■ • 

Pomology Club 

Poultry Science Club 

Pratt, Lt. Colonel Dwight 

Pre-Med Club . . . 

President's Message 

Press Club . . ■ ■ 

Psychology Club 



. 148 

87 

156-157 

. 220 

186-187 

174-175 

84 

. 213 

158-159 

127 

85 

86 

. 211 

86 

. 216 



Q 



QTV . 

Quarterly 



176-177 
41 



R 



Rand, Dean Frank Prentice . . 200 
Recognized Activities, Univ. Comm. on 60 

Rifle Team 126 

Ritchie, Dean Walter .... 200 

Rod and Gun Club 85 

Roister Doisters 54-55 



Scrolls 297 

Senate 58-59 

Seniors 222-281 

Senior Class Officers .... 221 
September, Year in Review 15-17 

Shaw, Colonel Virgil - . ... 211 

Sieling, Dean Dale 206 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . • 178-179 
Sigma Delta Tan .... 160-161 

Sigma Kappa 162-163 

Sigma Phi Epsilon .... 180-181 

Ski Team, Varsity 32 

Soccer, Varsity HI 

Social Activities, Univ. Comm. on 60 

Sociology Club 87 

Sophomores 295-296 

Sophomore Class Directory . 299-306 



Sophomore Class Officers 
Sororities 

Chi Omega 

Kappa Alpha Theta . 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 

Phi Delta Nu 

Pi Beta Phi 

Sigma Delta Tau 

Sigma Kappa 
Softball, Intramural 
Spanish Club . 
Sports .... 
Square Dance Club 
Statesmen 
Statettes 
Student Christian Association 
Swimming, Varsity 

T 

Tau Epsilon Phi 
Tennis, Varsity . 
Theta Chi ... 
Track, Indoor 
Track, Varsity Spring 



150-151 

152-153 

154-155 

156-157 

158-159 

160-161 

162-163 

. 128 

73 

91-131 

87 

48 



125-127 



182-183 

98-99 

184-185 

122-123 

. 100 



U 

Underclassmen 285-320 

V 

Van Meter, President R. A. 4, 5, 195, 217 
Varsity M 1^3 

■ W 

WAA 133 

Wesley Foundation 65 

WMUA '^0-71 



Year in Review 
April 
May 
June 

September 
October 
November 
December 
January 
February 
March 



. 7-10 
11-12 
13-14 
15-17 
18-20 
21-23 
24-26 
27-30 
31-33 
34-35 



[336; 



-■•0\:)*^~ ■■'¥< 





f I