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The members of the STOSAG staff are 
proud to present the yearbook for the class of 
1960. To us this yearbook is more than a 
chronological outline of events. It is a memory 
book, which has preserved a record of our class- 
mates and their accomplishments at Stockbridge. 

Someone once said that "Life is a jig saw 
puzzle with most of the pieces missing." Now 
that we have completed the distinctive courses 
prescribed at Stockbridge, we are able to con- 
tribute, EDUCATION, to this puzzle. Let us 
reminisce, then, as we turn the pages of this 
unique narration, for herein lies a record of the 
best years of our life. May God grant us 
strength to go forth to meet the shadowy 
future without fear and with a manly heart. 



STOCKBRIDGE SCHOOL 

OF AGRICULTURE 

UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 

AMHERST, MASSACHUSETTS 




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Stockbridge School 
of Agriculture 

University of 
Massachusetts 

Amherst, Massachusetts 



STOSAG 



Table of Contents 




Administration Page 7 



Faculty Page I I 



Seniors Page 21 



Fall Activities Page 61 



Winter Activities Page 81 



Spring Activities Page 91 






Upon graduation from the University of 
Massachusetts in 1943, Mr. James W. Callahan 
served with the Army Air Force for three years 
during World War II. 

At the conclusion of his military service, he 
was appointed to the Department of Agricultural 
Economics at the University of Massachusetts, 
serving as an instructor, with subsequent promo- 
tion to the post of Assistant Professor of Agri- 
cultural Economics. 



James W. Callahan 





For the past three years, we have been 
fortunate to have Mr. Callahan as an adviser to 
the Stosag Board. He has been more than an 
adviser; a helping hand and friend, for without 
his assistance and untiring efforts on our behalf 
our accomplishments would indeed be few. 

A dedication is a way of saying thanks, but 
in dedicating the yearbook to Mr. Callahan, we 
feel we have gone only a short way towards 
fully expressing our appreciation and esteem for 
him. Therefore, as an indication of our appre- 
ciation, we dedicate this 42nd edition of the 
yearbook to Mr. James W. Callahan, our adviser. 



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In ilemoriam 




WESLEY CLARK 
Class of I960 



Wesley G. Clark, an Animal Science major 
in the class of 1960 met sudden death in an 
automobile accident on October 24, 1958. He 
was on his way to attend classes at Stockbridge 
when this tragic accident took his life. Wesley 
had transferred to Stockbridge after completing 
his freshman year at the university. 

In the short time Wesley was at Stockbridge, 
he had gained many friends, and was well liked 
by all the boys. Our sincere sympathy is ex- 
tended to his family and friends. 




ADMINISTRATION 




President J. Paul Ma+her 





October 23, 1959 




Meaaage to the Stockbrldge School: 



Ae I leave the Interesting atmosphere of the 
University o£ Masaachuaects, I will always remember the 
pleasant personal and educational aasoclatlon I have 
enjoyed «Ich the Stockbrldge School of Agriculture. The 
pattern of training In such two year programs should be 
extended and broikdened, l believe, to Include many other 
general and spectallaed fields of knowledge and human 
endeavor. And there should be many more such schools 
throughout the Cotaoionuealth In the years ahead. Advancing 
the level of educational attainment beyond high school by 
more low cost public education la the key to future progrese 
and productivity for our society. Anything leaa. In my 
opinion. Is ahortalghted public policy. 



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Provost Shannon McCune 




In mid-October, a STOSAG staff member 
visited Provost McCune's office to obtain his 
annual message for the 1960 STOSAG. "The 
Provost has gone to Japan for a month," the 
receptionist said. 

Before Dr. McCune returned to the campus, 
the first section of the yearbook v^^as ready to be 
shipped to the printer. Although we cannot 
include the warm friendly words of Provost 
McCune on this page, we are proud to report 
that his visit to Japan has helped to promote 
better agriculture in that distant land. 

An agricultural exchange program between 
the University of Massachusetts and Hokkaido 
University was initiated two years ago. Profes- 
sors and agricultural leaders from both institu- 
tions are busy setting up new agricultural 
programs for the Japanese people. 

Dr. McCune's extensive knowledge of far- 
eastern agricultural and social problems has 
helped to unlock the door to a program for 
bettering human life in Japan. 




Director Fred P. Jeffrey 




COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 

Stockbridga School of Agriculluia 







The Stockbrldge School of Agriculture «a« founded In 1918 
to peimlt students to Btudy In a apeclalleed field for two yeara 
beyond high school. He think this objective has been carried out 
succeaofully during the past forty yeara. One of the strong 
foundations of the Stockbrldge School is the fact . baaed on sound 
educational theory - th«t students will do best when studying ■ 
aubject In which they are really Interested. 

I chink that 1960 grsdwtes will agree with me that inany of 
you have been atlnulated to chink syaceinatlcally - not only about 
your major field of study - but also tn many other related areas. 
The ability to organise your chinking may well be Che anac Is^ortanc 
part of your training at SCockbrldge. 

It has been a pleasure for me - as director • to meet and talk 
with moat of you. To all of you I extend beat wishes for the future. 



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Fred P. Jeffrey, Director 
Stockbrldge School of Agrlculti 



< PRACTICM. TWO-YEAR COVHSE IN ACRICVLTVl 




FACULTY 



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JOHN H. BAKER-Assistant Professor of 
Food Technology— B.S. 



LOUIS N. BAKER-Assistant Professor 
of Dairy and Animal Science— B.S. ; 
M.S.; Ph.D. 



HERSCHEL G. ABBOTT-Assistant 
Professor of Forestry— B.S. ; M.F. 



DONALD L. ANDERSON-As5trfanf 
Professor of Poultry Husbandry— B.S. ; 
M.S.; Ph.D. 







ALFRED W. BOICOVBT-Professor of 
Floriculture— B.S.; M.S. 



ROBERT S. BOND-Instructor of For- 
estry-B.S.; M.F. 



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JOHN E. BEAM-Instriictor of Dairy 
and Animal Science— B.S. 



LYLE L. BLUNDELL-Pro/e55or of 
Landscape Architecture— B.S. 




ERNEST M. BUCK- Assistant Professor 
of Dairy and Animal Science— B.S.; M.S. 



KENNETH L. BVLhlS-Professor of 
Veterinary Science and Head of De- 
partment— D.V.M.; M.S. 





JAMES W. CALLAHAN-Araisfanf Pro- 
fessor of Agricultural Economics— B.S.; 
M.S. 



WILLIAM G. COLBY-Head of Depart- 
ment of Agronomt/— B.S.A.; M.S.; Ph.D. 



WILLIAM H. COUAHS-lnstructor of 
Agricultural Engineering— B.S.; M.S. 



GLADYS M. COOK-Associate Profess< 
of Home Economics— B.S.; M.S. 





CAROL B. CORNISH-P/acemen^ Of- 
ficer for Women— A. B.; M.A. 



NORMAN G. COURNOYER-Assistonf 
Professor of Food Technology— h.h.B. 



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BRADFORD D. CROSSMON-Pro/essor 
of Farm Management— B.S.; M.S.; M.P.A. 



MARRON S. DUBOIS-Instructor of 
English— BA. 



J. MURRAY ELIAOT-Assistant Profes- 
sor of Dairy and Animal Science— B.S.; 
M.S.; Ph.D. 



KATHERINE L. ESSELEN -Assistant 
Professor of Home Economics— B.S.; M.S. 




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RICHARD C. FOLEY-Professor of 
Dairy and Animal Science— B.S.; M.S.; 
Ph.D. 



THOMAS W. FOX-Head of Depart- 
ment of Poultry Husbandry— B.S.; M.S.; 
Ph.D. 



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WILLIAM B. ESSELEN-Head of De- 
partment of Food Technology— B.S.; 
M.S.; Ph.D. 



DAVID A. EYANS- Assistant Professor 
of Dairy and Animal Science— B.S.; M.S. 




ARTHUR P. FRENCH-Head of De- 
partment of Horticulture— B.S.; M.S.; 
Ph.D. 



GEORGE B. GOJDDARD-Instructor of 
Floricultur e-B.S.; M.S. 






DENZEL J. HANKINSON-Head of 
Department of Dairy and Animal Sci- 
ence-B.S.; M.S.; Ph.D. 



JOHN F. HANSON— Associate Professor 
of Entomology-B.S.; M.S.; Ph.D. 




EMORY E. GRAYSON-DJrecfor of 
Placement— B.S. 



TOM S. HAMILTON, ]R.-Assistant 
Professor of Landscape Architecture— 
B.F.A. 




ERNEST A. JOUNSON-Instructor of 
Agricultural Engineering— B.S.; M.S. 



GORDON S. KING-Associate Professor 
of Arboriculture— B.S.; M.S. 



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DONALD R. LAMBEm-Instructor of 
Food Technologij-B.S.; M.S. 



EDWARD P. LARKIN-Assistont Pro- 
fessor of Bacteriology-B.S.; M.S.; Ph.D. 



ROBERT W. KLEIS-Head of Depart- 
ment of Agricultural Engineering— B.S.; 
M.S.; Ph.D. 



STEPHEN R. KOSAKOWSKl-Assistant 
Professor of Physical Education. 





DEANE LEE-Instructor of Farm Man- 



agement— B.S.; M.S. 



THEODORE W. UEED-Associate Pro- 
fessor of Food Marketing-B.S.; M.S.; 
Ph.D. 



ARTHUR S. LEVINE-Professor of 
Food Technology-B.S.; M.S.; Ph.D. 



WILLIAM P. MacCONNELL-AssocJ- 
ate Professor of Forestry— B.S.; M.F. 



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JOSEPH C. MAWSON-Instructor of 
Forestry-B.S.; M.F. 



DONALD M. MAYN AnD-Instructor of 
Olericulture— B.S.; M.S. 





WILLIAM J. MEhLEN-Associate Pro- 
fessor of Poultry Husbandry— B.S.; M.S.; 
Ph.D. 



EDWARD S. YmA-Instructor of Agri- 
cultural Engineering— B.S. 



FRANK E. FOTTER-Assistant Profes- 
sor of Dairy and Animal Science— B.S. ; 
M.S.; Ph.D. 



PAUL N. PROCOPIO- Associate Profes- 
sor of Landscape Architecture— B.S. ; 
M.S. 






OLIVER C. ROBERTS-Associa^e Pro- 
fessor of Pomology— B.S. ; M.S. 



DONALD E. ROSS-Assistant Professor 
of Floriculture— B.S. 



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J. ROBERT SMYTH, ]R.-Professor of 
Poultry Husbandry-B.S.; M.S.; Ph.D. 



GRANT B. SNYDER-Professor of Oler- 
iculture— B.S.A.; M.S. 



HARVEY L. SWEKTMAN-Professor of 
Entomology-B.S.; M.S.; Ph.D. 



REUBEN E. TRIPPENSEE-Profcssor 
of Wildlife Management— B.S.; M.S.; 
Ph.D. 



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FRANK R. SUAW-Associate Professor 
of Entomology-B.S.; M.S.; Ph.D. 



RUSSELL E. sunn-Professor of Vet- 
erinary Science— B.S.; V.M.D. 





HERBERT G. SPINDLER-Assisfanf 
Professor of Agricultural Economics— 
B.A.; M.B.A. 



RICHARD STROMGREN-Znsfmcfor of 
English-B.S.; M.A. 




JOSEPH TROLL-Instructor of Agron- 
omy-B.S.; M.S. 



ALDEN P. TVTTLE-Assistant Profes- 
sor of Olericulture— B.S.; M.S. 




LESTER F. WHTTNEY-Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Agricultural Engineering— B.S.; 
M.S. 



KAROL S. WISmESKl-Instructor of 
Bacteriology and Public Health— B.S.; 
M.P.H. 





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JOHN H. VONDELL-Assocja^e Profes- 
sor of Poultry Husbandry— B.S.; M.S. 



ELLSWORTH H. WHEELER-Pro/es- 
sor of Entomology— B.S.; M.S.; Ph.D. 





JOHN M. ZAK-Assistant Professor of 
Agronomy— B.S.; M.S. 



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SENIORS 



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Front Row, left to right: Garry M. Power (Vice President), William P. Tredo (Presi- 
dent), Carlton A. Maggs (Secretary), James E. Mulcahy (Treasurer). 



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GEORGE ADAMS, JR. 

Northampton 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: University of Massachusetts, 
Amherst. 

ACTIVITIES: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2; 
Little International 2; Dairy Classic 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Dairy Farming. 





SAMUEL H. ADRIANCE 
"Sam" 
Andover 
MAJOR: Forestry. 

PLACEMENT: Noxon Ranger Station, Noxon, 
Montana. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1; Forestry Club 1, 2; 
Veteran. 
FUTURE PLANS: College. 



HANS W. ALBRECHT 
"Hans" 
West Springfield 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 

PLACEMENT: Sunnyside Ranch, Southwick. 
ACTIVITIES: Stosag Board 2; Animal Hus- 
bandry Club 1, 2; Little International 2; Dairy 
Classic 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Travel across United States. 





JAMES L. ALLEN 
"Jim" 
Fall River 
MAJOR: Dairy Technology. 
PLACEMENT: Select Ice Cream Co., 
Wollaston. 

ACTIVITIES: Dairy Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Dairy Industry Position. 



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ROBERT C. ALLEN 
"Bob" 
South Yarmouth 
MAJOR: Food Management. 
PLACEMENT: Riverway Lobster House, 
South Yarmouth. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1, 2; Hort Show 1, 2; 
Alpha Tau Gamma 1, 2; Inter-Fraternity 
Sports 1. 
FUTURE PLANS: University of Massachusetts. 



BRUCE S. ANDERSON 
Auburn 
MAJOR: Forestry. 

PLACEMENT: Peck Lumber Co., Westfield 
and Cullinan Engineering, Auburn. 
ACTIVITIES: Forestry Club 1, 2; Rifle Club 
1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 





DAVID ARMSTRONG 

"Dav)e' 

Belmont 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Phillip Moss, Barre. 
ACTIVITIES: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2; 
4H Club 1, 2; Little International 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Dairy Farmer. 



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ROBERT J. ASSELIN 

"Bob" 

Amherst 

MAJOR: Food Management. 

PLACEMENT: Massachusetts Jr. Conservation 

Camp, Great Barrington. 

ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1, 2; Steward's Club 
1, 2; Veteran. 

FUTURE PLANS: Manage a Restaurant in 
California. 




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ROGER H. BARRETT 
"Rog" 

Manchester, Connecticut 
MAJOR: Turf Maintenance. 
PLACEMENT: Ellington Ridge Country Club, 
Ellington, Connecticut. 

ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1, 2; Turf Manage- 
ment 1, 2 (Secretary 2). 
FUTURE PLANS: Turf Superintendent. 





EDWARD F. BARTLETT 
"Ed" 
West Newbury 
MAJOR: Arboriculture. 
PLACEMENT: Dodge Association, Inc., 
Hamilton. 

ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 2; Christian Asso- 
ciation 2; Inter-Fraternity Sports 1; Arboricul- 
ture Club 2; Alpha Tau Gamma 2 (Chaplain). 
FUTURE PLANS: Own a Tree Company. 



DAVID BELDEN 
"Dave" 

East Longmeadow 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Calvin Hutchins Farm, Scott 
City, Kansas. 

ACTIVITIES: Student Council 2; Stosag Board 
2 (Business Manager 2); Octet 1, 2; Animal 
Husbandry Club 1, 2; Little International 2; 
Dairy Classic 2; Christian Association 1, 2; Ski 
Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Dairy Farming. 



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WILLIAM R. BELLOFATTO 

"Bill" 
Milford 
MAJOR: Forestry. 

PLACEMENT: Commonwealth of Massachu- 
setts, Department of Fisheries and Game, West- 
borough. 

ACTIVITIES: Forestry Club 1, 2 (Vice-Presi- 
dent 2); Veteran. 
FUTURE PLANS: Position in Wood Industry. 



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ALAN J. BENSON 
"Benny" 
Lynn 
MAJOR: Olericulture. 

PLACEMENT: Suffolk Farm Packing Com- 
pany, Chelsea. 

ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1, 2; Vegetable 
Growing Club 1, 2 (Vice Chairman 2). 
FUTURE PLANS: Further education. 



ROBERT J. BERTI 
"Bert" 
Auburn 
MAJOR: Forestry. 

PLACEMENT: Draper Corporation, Beebe 
River, New Hampshire. 
ACTIVITIES: Forestry Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Degree in Forestry and to 
own a Business. 





DONALD W. BEVILACQUA 
"Don" 
North Reading 
MAJOR: Turf Maintenance. 
PLACEMENT: Ceorge Page Golf Incorpor- 
ated, Lynnfield. 

ACTIVITIES: Turf Maintenance Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Golf Course Work. 



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WILLIAM J. BIEREN 

"Barrel" 

Bedford 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Shawsheen River Farm, 
Bedford. 

ACTIVITIES:: Football 1, 2; Little Interna- 
tional 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 





RALMON J. BLACK 
Jon 
Williamsburg 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Francis W. Warren, Stow. 
ACTIVITIES: Little International 1, 2; Square 
Dance Club 2; Rifle Team 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 





JOHN S. BORDENUK 
Springfield 
MAJOR: Floriculture. 
PLACEMENT: McDonald's Greenhouse, 
Springfield. 

ACTIVITIES: None. 
FUTURE PLANS: Own a Greenhouse Range. 



ROBERT W. BOSKUS 
"Bosk" 
Taunton 
MAJOR: Forestry. 

PLACEMENT: Williams Lumber, Taunton. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 1; Glee Club 1; For- 
estry Club 1, 2. 

FUTURE PLANS: Forestry Course at the 
University of New Hampshire. 






ROY BOURNEUF 
"Roy- 
Arlington 
MAJOR: Poultry. 

PLACEMENT: Paul Swanson, Carlisle. 
ACTIVITIES: Poultry Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Own a Game Bird Farm. 



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PAUL L. BRACKETT 
"Paul" 
Ashland 
MAJOR: Arboriculture. 
PLACEMENT: Cedar Lawn Tree Service, 
Ashland. 

ACTIVITIES: Arboriculture Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Salesman for a Tree 
Company. 



JOHN L. BRODEUR 
Hartford, Connecticut 

MAJOR: Arboriculture. 

PLACEMENT: Davey Tree Expert Co., 

Bloomfield, Connecticut. 

ACTIVITIES: Arboriculture Club 1, 2; 

versity Gymnastics Club 1, 2. 

FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 



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JOSEPH E. BROUILLET 

"Breezy" 
Phillipston 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: J. B. Abbot, Bellows Falls, 
Vermont. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1, 2; Little Interna- 
tional 1, 2; Square Dance Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Own a Dairy Farm. 



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FREDERIC S. BUDARZ 
"Fred" 
Greenfield 
MAJOR: Dairy Technology. 
PLACEMENT: Flint Lab. 
ACTIVITIES: Dairy Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 




EDWARD T. BYRNE 
"Bopper" 
Littleton 
MAJOR: Dairy Technology. 
PLACEMENT: Burbeck's Dairy, Lowell. 
ACTIVITIES: Dairy Club 1, 2 (Treasurer 2); 
Newman Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Own a Dairy Business. 





RICHARD D. CARBONI 

"Richie" 
Quincy 
MAJOR: Dairy Technology. 
PLACEMENT: Select Ice Cream Co.; 
Wollaston. 

ACTIVITIES: Stosag Board 2; Dairy Club 1, 
2; Christian Association 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Further Education. 



ROBERT N. CAREY 
"Robin" 
Springfield 
MAJOR: Fruit. 

PLACEMENT: Ceorge Hartley, Westfield. 
ACTIVITIES: Pomology Club 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Own my own Orchard. 





PHILIP D. CHAMBERLAIN, JR. 

"Pete" 
Melrose 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Calvin Hutchins, Scott City, 
Kansas. 

ACTIVITIES: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2; 
Little International 2; Dairy Classic 2; Octet 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Agricultural Missionary. 



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ALFRED L. CHASE 

"Ace" 
West Brookfield 
MAJOR: Forestry. 

PLACEMENT: United States Forest Service, 
Pomeroy, Washington. 
ACTIVITIES: Forestry Club 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 



CHARLES P. CHRISTIE 

"Chris' 

Hudson 
MAJOR: Arboriculture. 

PLACEMENT: Charter Tree Service, Acton. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 2; Hort Show 1, 2; 
(Chairman); Arboriculture Club 1, 2; (Secre- 
tary and Treasurer). 
FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 





RAYMOND F. CIESLUK 
"Ray" 
Webster 
MAJOR: Food Management. 
PLACEMENT: Howard Johnson's, Charlton. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1, 2; Hort Club 1, 2; 
Rifle Club 1, 2 (Vice President 1, 2); Basketball 
2; Steward's Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Manage Restaurant. 



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ROBERT F. CLARK 

"Boh" 

Arlington 

MAJOR: Animal Science. 

PLACEMENT: Stephen Verrill Farm, 

Concord. 

ACTIVITIES: Stosag Board 1; Animal Hus- 
bandry Club 1, 2. 

FUTURE PLANS: Own and Operate a Dairy 
Farm. 




DONALD W. COFFIN 

"Don" 

Russell 

MAJOR: Animal Science. 

PLACEMENT: Worcester State Hospital, 

Worcester. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1; Animal Husbandry 
Club 1, 2; 4-H Club 1, 2; Little International 
1, 2; Dairy Classic 2; Square Dance Club 2; 
Christian Association 1, 2; Sport Parachute Club 
2; Ski Club 2; Dramatics 2. 
FUTURE PLANS; Further Education. 





GRACE E. COGSWELL 

"Grace" 

Southbury, Connecticut 

MAJOR: Food Management. 

PLACEMENT: Hartford Hospital, Hartford, 

Connecticut. 

ACTIVITIES: Stosag Board 1, 2; Basketball 2; 
Dance Committee 1; Hort Show 1, 2; Steward's 
Club 1, 2; Food Seminar 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 



ROBERT F. COSTANTINO 

"Bob" 

Somerville 

MAJOR: Poultry Husbandry. 

PLACEMENT: Kimber Farms, Inc., Niles, 

California. 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1, 2; Poultry Club 1, 
2 (President). 

FUTURE PLANS: Study Genetics - Coach 
Basketball. 





KENNETH M. CUNNINGHAM 

"Menzies" 

Arlington 
MAJOR: Floriculture. 

PLACEMENT: H. V. Lawrence, Inc., Fal- 
mouth. 

ACTIVITIES: Student Council 1; Floriculture 
Club 1, 2; Hort Club 1, 2; Christian Association 
1, 2; Ski Team 1; Homecoming Committee 2; 
Veteran. 
FUTURE PLANS: Further Education. 



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ARTHUR W. DAHOWSKI 
"Art- 
Greenfield 
MAJOR: Olericulture. 

PLACEMENT: Olericulture Department, Uni- 
versity of Massachusetts, Amherst. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1, 2; Olericulture 
Club 1, 2. 

FUTURE PLANS: University of Massa- 
chusetts. 



KENT S. DEASY 
"Kent" 
Moorestown, New Jersey 
MAJOR: Arboriculture. 

PLACEMENT: Winston E. Parker, Certified 
Tree Expert, Moorestown, New Jersey. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1, 2; Arboriculture 
Club 1, 2; Veteran. 

FUTURE PLANS: Own and operate a Tree 
and Landscape Business. 





EDWARD DELMOLINO 

"Eddie" 
Great Barrington 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: E. Delmolino Jr., Great Bar- 
rington. 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1, 2; Animal Hus- 
bandry Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Dairy Farmer. 



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SAMUEL DELMOLINO 
"Sam" 
Adams 
MAJOR: Turf Maintenance. 
PLACEMENT: Woodmere Golf Club, Wood- 
mere, Long Island, New York. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1, 2; Turf Manage- 
ment Club 1, 2 (President); Veteran. 
FUTURE PLANS: Golf Course Turf Manage- 
ment. 




WILLIAM R. DENNEN 

"Bill" 

Fitchburg 

MAJOR; Animal Science. 

PLACEMENT: Worcester State Hospital, 

Worcester. 

ACTIVITIES: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2; 
4-H Club 1, 2; Little International 2; Dairy Clas- 
sic 2; Square Dance Club 2; Newman Club 1, 2; 
Octet 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Further Education. 





THEODORE J. DEVINE 

"Andy" 

Taunton 
MAJOR: Dairy Technology. 
PLACEMENT: Devine's Milk Laboratories, 
Taunton. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1; Dairy Club 1, 2; 
Newman Club. 
FUTURE PLANS: Dairy Business. 



PAUL F. DeZALIA 

"Paul" 
Springfield 
MAJOR: Floriculture. 

PLACEMENT: Wenk's Florists, Springfield. 
ACTIVITIES: Floriculture Club 1, 2 (Vice- 
President 2); Hort Show 1, 2; Newman Club 1, 
2; Ski Club 2. 

FUTURE PLANS: Enter Ohio State and Major 
in Botany. 





DAN B. DILGER 
"Dan" 
Hingham 
MAJOR: Arboriculture. 

PLACEMENT: Huntley Tree Service, Han- 
over. 

ACTIVITIES; Hort Show 1, 2; Alpha Tau 
Gamma 1, 2; Arboriculture Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Tree Company Work. 



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JAMES L. DIORIO 

Jim 

Southbridge 

MAJOR: Turf Maintenance. 

PLACEMENT: Sunningdale Country Club, 

Scarsdale, New York. 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 2; Hort Show 1, 2; 
Turf Management 1, 2. 

FUTURE PLANS: Superintendent of a Golf 
Course. 



THOMAS A. DOLAN 
"Tom" 
Lynn 
MAJOR: Olericulture. 

PLACEMENT: Joseph Breck & Sons, Inc., 
Home and Garden Center, Peabody. 
ACTIVITIES: Student Council 1; Hort Show 
1, 2; Christian Association 2; Olericulture Club 
(Secretary and Treasurer 2); University Fire 
Department 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Further Education. 





JOHN DOWNEY 
"John" 
Amherst 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations. 
PLACEMENT: Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Cam- 
bridge. 

ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1, 2; Hort Club 2; 
Christian Association 1; Veteran. 
FUTURE PLANS: California. 



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JAMES E. DRESSER 
"Jim" 
Northfield 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Mt. Hermon School, North- 
field. 

ACTIVITIES: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2; 
4H Club 1, 2; Little International 2; Dairy 
Classic 2; Square Dance Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Own a Dairy Farm. 




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JON D. EHLY 

"Florida" 
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 
MAJOR: Arboriculture. 

PLACEMENT: Asplundh Tree Expert Com- 
pany, Washington, D. C. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1; Hort Show 2; Arbo- 
riculture Club 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 





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MYLES J. FINNEGAN 

"Finn" 
North Billerica 
MAJOR: Forestry. 

PLACEMENT: Forest Fire Control, Massa- 
chusetts Department of Natural Resources. 
ACTIVITIES: Forestry Club 1, 2; Ski Club 
1,2. 

FUTURE PLANS: Work for Federal Forestry 
Service. 






DAVID L. FLITCROFT 

"Dave" 
Glen Rock, New Jersey. 
MAJOR: Pomology. 

PLACEMENT: D. J. Carlough and Son, Ram- 
sey, New Jersey. 

ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1, 2; Pomology Club 
2 (President 2); Student Council 1. 
FUTURE PLANS: Position with Manufactur- 
ers of Spray Materials or Fertilizers. 





BERNARD A. FONTAINE 

"Bernie" 
Gales Ferry, Connecticut 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Richard Tryon, Monterey. 
ACTIVITIES: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2; 
Little International 2; Dairy Classic 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Farm Proprietor. 



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ALLAN S. FOX 

"Al" 
Williamstown 
MAJOR: Arboriculture. 

PLACEMENT: University of Massachusetts, 
Amherst. 

ACTIVITIES: Student Council 2- Hort Show 
1, 2; Alpha Tau Gamma; Arboriculture Club 1, 
2; Veteran. 
FUTURE PLANS: Own Business. 






MARILYN L. FOX 

"Mur" 

Dracut 
MAJOR: Floriculture. 

PLACEMENT: F. I. Carter's & Sons, Tewks- 
bury. 

ACTIVITIES: Student Council 1, 2; (Judici- 
ary 1) (Secretary 2); Stosag Board 2 (Secre- 
tary 2); Floriculture Club 1, 2 (Treasurer 2); 
Hort Show 1, 2; Cheerleader 1; Newman Club 
1, 2; Basketball 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Further Education. 





WALTON K. ERASER, JR. 
"Walt" 
Hadley 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Powissett Farms, Dover. 
ACTIVITIES: Little International 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Beef Cattle Farming. 



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ELAINE P. GOODWIN 
"Dynamite" 
North Berwick, Maine 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: E. J. Crocker, Amherst. 
ACTIVITIES: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2; 
Little International 2; Dairy Classic 2; Cheer- 
leader 2; Basketball 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Continue Education. 




JOHN R. GREGORY 

"Greg" 

Newton 
MAJOR: Olericulture. 
PLACEMENT: Waltham Field Station, 
Waltham. 

ACTIVITIES: Student Council 2; Stosag 
Board 2; Hort Show 1, 2; Olericulture Club 1, 
2; (President), Plymouth House 2; Intramural 
Basketball 1, 2; Interdormitory Council 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: College. 





DAVID A. GRIFFIN 

"Butoh" 

Danvers 
MAJOR: Dairy Technology. 
PLACEMENT: Danvers State Hospital, 
Danvers. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1; Dairy Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Dairy Farmer. 



NICHOLAS D. GRIMALDI 

"Nick" 
Northampton 
MAJOR: Food Management. 
PLACEMENT: Log Cabin, Holyoke. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1, 2; University 
Steward's Club 1, 2 (Treasurer 2). 
FUTURE PLANS: Night Club Owner. 





GARDNER K. HAGUE 
"Kenny" 
Tewksbury 
MAJOR: Arboriculture. 

PLACEMENT: Community Tree Service, 
Chelmsford. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1, 2; Arboriculture 
Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Further Education. 



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JAMES B. HALL 

"Jim" 

Bakersfield, Vermont 

MAJOR: Animal Science. 

PLACEMENT: Donald Saxby, East Fairfield, 

Vermont. 

ACTIVITIES: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2; 
Little International 2. 

FUTURE PLANS: Eastern States Farmers 
Exchange. 



GEORGE R. HARE 

"Rahhit" 
Forest, Virginia 
MAJOR: Arboriculture. 

PLACEMENT: Hare Tree Surgeons, Inc., For- 
est, Virginia. 

ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1, 2 (Chairman); 
Arboriculture Club 1, 2 (President 2). 
FUTURE PLANS: Work for Hare Tree Sur- 
geons, Inc. 





ROBERT HILTZ III 
"Roh" 
Gloucester 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations. 
PLACEMENT: Paul H. Gertsch, Essex. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1, 2; Hort Club 2 
(Social Chairman). 
FUTURE PLANS: Further Education. 



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RICHARD C. HOLT 

"Elvis" 
West Boylston 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations. 
PLACEMENT: Mt. Vernon Cemetery, West 
Boylston. 

ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1, 2; Hort Club 2; 
Future Farmers of America 1, 2 (Sentinel 1; 3rd 
Vice-President 2). 

FUTURE PLANS: To go into Landscaping 
Business. 




JOHN P. HORTON 
"Jack" 
Berkshire 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Charles Whitney, Cheshire. 
ACTIVITIES: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2; 
Hort Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Own a Dairy Farm. 



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RONALD A. HOULE 
"Ron" 
Uxbridge 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations. 
PLACEMENT: Post Road Nursery, Northboro. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1, 2; Hort Club 2 
(Vice President). 
FUTURE PLANS: Own Nursery Business. 



JAMES D. HOWE 
Jim 
West Acton 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations. 
PLACEMENT: Wyman's Garden Center, 
Framingham. 

ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 2; Hort Club 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Nursery Work. 





ROGER E. HOWES 

"Rog" 
Ashfield 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 

PLACEMENT: Winsor C. Brown, White River 
Junction, Vermont. 

ACTIVITIES: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2; 
Little International 2; Veteran. 
FUTURE PLANS: Owner of a Dairy Farm. 



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RICHARD B. JOHNSON 

"Dick" 

Natick 
MAJOR: Poultry Husbandry. 
PLACEMENT: Caldwell Farms, Littleton. 
ACTIVITIES: Poultry Club 1, 2; Student 
Council 2. 

FUTURE PLANS: Enter University of 
Massachusetts. 



WILBUR A. JOHNSON 

"Willie" 

Charlton 
MAJOR: Forestry. 

PLACEMENT: San Bernardino National For- 
est, San Bernardino, California. 
ACTIVITIES: Forestry Club 1, 2; Christian 
Association 1, 2. 

FUTURE PLANS: United States Forest 
Service. 





RICHARD L. JONES 
"Jonesy" 
Weymouth 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: E. A. Wentworth, Amherst. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 2; Animal Husbandry 
Club 2; Little International 2; Dairy Classic 2; 
Winter Track 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Further Education. 



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ROBERT J. KENNEDY 
"Bob" 
Watertown 
MAJOR: Floriculture. 
PLACEMENT: Waltham Field Station, 
Waltham. 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1, 2; Floriculture 
Club 1, 2; Hort Show 1, 2; Alpha Tau Gamma 
1, 2 (Vice-President); Hort Club 2; Inter- Fra- 
ternity Sports 2; Fraternity Service 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: University of Colorado. 




PHILLIP D. KING 
"Phil" 
Pepperell 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: John A. Kimball, Littleton. 
ACTIVITIES: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2; 
4-H Club 1, 2; Little International 1, 2; Dairy 
Classic 1, 2; Square Dance Club 1. 
FUTURE PLANS: Dairy Farming. 





JAMES G. KIRBY 

"Kirb" 

Upton 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Gibbet Hill Farm, Groton. 
ACTIVITIES: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2; 
Little International 2; Dairy Classic 2; Parachute 
Club 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Further Education. 



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JOSEPH B. KUCHIESKI 

"Buster" 
Greenfield 
MAJOR: Turf Maintenance. 
PLACEMENT: Greenfield Country Club, 
Greenfield. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1; Hort Show 1, 2; 
Alpha Tau Gamma 1, 2; Inter-Fraternity 
Sports 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Design Golf Courses. 





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NORMAN A. LAVOIE 

"Norm" 
Salem 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Danvers State Hospital, 
Hathorne. 

ACTIVITIES: Stosag Board 2; Animal Hus- 
bandry Club 1, 2; Little International 2; New- 
man Club 1, 2; Veteran. 
FUTURE PLANS: Further Education. 



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ALLEN R. LEAB 
"Red" 
Pittsfield 
MAJOR: Arboriculture. 

PLACEMENT: F. A. Bartlett Tree Experts, 
Stanford, Connecticut. 

ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1, 2; Arboriculture 
Club 1, 2; Veteran. 
FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 



PAUL C. LEPKOWSKI 
"Lep" 
Gardner 
MAJOR: Arboriculture. 

PLACEMENT: Matis Tree Service, Holden. 
ACTIVITIES: Football. 1, 2; Arboriculture 
Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Own my own Business. 





ROBERT L. LIENAU 
"Bob" 
Wellesley Hills 
MAJOR: Arboriculture. 
PLACEMENT: White & Franke Co., 
Brookline. 

ACTIVITIES: Student Council 2; Football 1; 
Hort Show 1, 2; Alpha Tau Gamma 1, 2; Inter- 
Fraternity Sports 2; Veteran; Arboriculture Club 
1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Arboriculture Field. 



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JOHN LIMERICK 
"Limey" 
Jamaica Plain 
MAJOR: Arboriculture. 
PLACEMENT: Hartney Tree Service, 
Dedham. 

ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1, 2; Arboriculture 
Club 1, 2. 

FUTURE PLANS; To become a Certified 
Arborist. 




NELSON N. LITTLEFIELD 
"Nel" 
Centerville 
MAJOR: Food Management. 
PLACEMENT: Armanel Tellegen, Hyannis. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1, 2; Campus Chest 
1, 2; Alpha Tau Gamma 1, 2; Steward's Club 
1, 2; Opera Guild 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Further Education. 






RONALD L. LOMBARD 

"Ronnie" 

Stoughton 
PLACEMENT: Howard Johnson's, 
Bridgewater. 

ACTIVITIES: University Steward's Club 1, 
2; Stockbridge Rifle Club 1, 2 (Secretary 2). 
FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 



JOHN D. LYON II 
"Jack" 
Belmont 
MAJOR: Turf Maintenance. 
PLACEMENT: Waltham Field Station, 
Waltham. 

ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1, 2; Turf Manage- 
ment Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Work at Home. 




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DAVID S. MACORA 

"Pussy" 

Clinton 
MAJOR; Turf Maintenance. 
PLACEMENT: Superintendent National Golf 
and Country Club, Bolton. 

ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1, 2; Turf Manage- 
ment Club 1, 2; Newman Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Superintendent of a Golf 
Course. 



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CARLTON A. MAGGS "Carl" 

Fitchburg 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: G. F. Leavenworth, 
Westminster. 

ACTIVITIES: Class Officer (Secretary); Stu- 
dent Council 1, 2; Animal Husbandry Club 1, 
2; 4-H Club 1, 2 (President); Alpha Tau Gam- 
ma 1, 2 (Secretary); Dairy Classic 2; Square 
Dance Club 1, 2; Inter-Fraternity Sports 2; 
Canterbury Club 1, 2. 

FUTURE PLANS: Extension Service U.S.D.A. 
Teaching. 



ROBERT F. MARTIN 

"Marty" 
Worcester 
MAJOR: Forestry. 

PLACEMENT: Ohoco National Forest, Prine- 
ville, Oregon. 

ACTIVITIES: Forestry Club 2 (Treasurer 2); 
Veteran. 

FUTURE PLANS: Employment with the 
United States Forest Service. 





THOMAS MEDEIROS 

"Tom" 
Dartmouth 
MAJOR: Dairy Technology. 
PLACEMENT: Peter Pan Ice Cream Co., 
Woonsockett, R. I. 

ACTIVITIES: Dairy Club 1, 2; Stockbridge 
Collegian Rifle Team 1, 2; Newman's Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: More Schooling. 



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GORDON B. MILNE 
"Flash" 
Worcester 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations. 
PLACEMENT: Bigelow Nurseries, Northboro. 
ACTIVITIES: Horticulture Show 1, 2; Horti- 
culture Club 1. 

FUTURE PLANS: Start Landscaping Business 
in Worcester. 






ROBERT H. MOORE "Bill Cody" 

Westford 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Great Brookfarms, Carlisle. 
ACTIVITIES: Floriculture Club 1, 2 (Treas- 
urer 2); Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2; Hort 
Show 1, 2 (Co-Chairman 2); Little International 
1, 2; Dairy Classic 2; Square Dance Club 2; 
Stockbridge Interdormitory Council 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Florist and own a small 
Beef Farm. 





ROBERT H. MOSCHINI 

"Muskie" 
Hopkington 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Upland Farms, Ashland. 
ACTIVITIES: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2; 
Little International 1, 2 (Judge 1, 2); Dairy 
Classic 1, 2; Newman Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Dairy Farmer. 



JAMES E. MULCAHY "Jimmy Mul" 

Arlington 
MAJOR: Aboriculture. 

PLACEMENT: University of Massachusetts, 
Amherst. Professor King. 

ACTIVITIES: Class Officer 2 (Treasurer) 
Stosag Board 2; Football 1, 2 (Manager 1, 2) 
Basketball 1, 2 (Manager 1, 2); Hort Show 1, 2 
Alpha Tau Gamma 1, 2 (Treasurer 2); Inter- 
Fraternity Council 1, 2; Newman Club 1, 2; 
Arboriculture Club 1, 2; Student Judiciary 1, 2 
(Chief Justice 2). 
FUTURE PLANS: Further Education. 





CHARLES A. MURPHY 

"Murph" 

Worcester 
MAJOR: Food Management. 
PLACEMENT: Howard Johnson, Charlton. 
ACTIVITIES: Student Council 2; Hort Show 
1, 2; Campus Chest 1; Steward's Club 1, 2 (Pres- 
ident 2); Newman Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Catering Business. 



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JAMES R. MUSANTE 
Jim 
Northampton 
MAJOR: Food Management. 
PLACEMENT: Fort Restaurant, Springfield. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1, 2; Steward's Club 
1, 2; Food Seminar 1, 2; Veteran. 
FUTURE PLANS: Owner-Manager. 



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THOMAS F. McCarthy 

"Mac" 
Williamstown 
MAJOR: Arboriculture. 

PLACEMENT: McCarthy Tree and Nursery 
Service, Williamstown. 

ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1, 2; Arboriculture 
Club 1, 2. 

FUTURE PLANS: McCarthy Tree and Nurs- 
ery Service. 





PETER NELSON 
"Pete" 
Westwood 
MAJOR: Forestry. 

PLACEMENT: Rocky Woods Reservation, 
Medfield. 

ACTIVITIES: Glee Club 1; Kappa Kappa 1; 
Forestry Club 2; Hockey 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Work for U.S. Forest 
Service. 



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CHRISTOPHER NILSON 
"Chris" 
Andover 
MAJOR: Forestry. 

PLACEMENT: Canyon Ranger Station, 
Pierce, Idaho. 

ACTIVITIES: Forestry 1, 2; Veteran. 
FUTURE PLANS: U.S. Forest Service. 




KARNIG OVIAN 

"Karney" 
Whitinsville 
MAJOR: Turf Maintenance. 
PLACEMENT: Ellington Ridge Country Club, 
Ellington, Connecticut. 

ACTIVITIES: Student Council 1; Hort Show 
1, 2; Turf Club 1, 2 (Treasurer 2); Veteran. 
FUTURE PLANS : Golf Course Superintendent. 





DONALD K. PARDA 

"Hutch" 
Greenfield 
MAJOR: Floriculture. 

PLACEMENT: University of Massachusetts, 
Amherst. 

ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 2; Veteran. 
FUTURE PLANS: Attend University of North 
Dakota. 



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EDMOND R. PELADEAU 
"Palladin" 
Sutton 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Whittier Bros., West Sutton. 
ACTIVITIES: Student Council 2; Animal Hus- 
bandry Club 1, 2 (Treasurer); Little Interna- 
tional 2; Dairy Classic 2; Inter-Fraternity Sports 
1, 2; Stockbridge Inter-Dormitory Council. 
FUTURE PLANS: Own and Operate a Dairy 
Farm. 





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RICHARD F. PELIS 
"Clem" 
Greenfield 
MAJOR: Forestry. 

PLACEMENT: Converse Hot Shots, San Ber- 
nardino, California. 

ACTIVITIES: Forestry Club, Rifle Club. 
FUTURE PLANS: Forest Management. 



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LINDA PETERSON 
"Petey" 
Newbury 
MAJOR: Food Management. 
PLACEMENT: Howard Johnson, Rowley. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1, 2; Steward's 
Club I, 2 (Vice-President 2); Newman Club 1, 
2; Basketball 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 



BERNARD J. PIETRUSKIEWICZ 

"Bernie" 

Holyoke 
MAJOR: Food Management. 
PLACEMENT: Yankee Peddler, Holyoke. 
ACTIVITIES: Steward's Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Indefinite. 





RICHARD M. PIVIROTTO 

"Piv" 
Tyngsboro 
MAJOR: Forestry. 

PLACEMENT: Mt. Toby Forest, Sunderland. 
ACTIVITIES: Forestry Club 1, 2; Veteran. 
FUTURE PLANS: Wood Products Industry. 



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DAVID L. PORTER 

"Dave" 
Lunenburg 
MAJOR: Arboriculture. 
PLACEMENT: Harvard Tree Service, 
Harvard. 

ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1, 2; Arboriculture 
Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Arboriculture. 




GARRY M. POWER 

Worcester 
MAJOR: Floriculture. 

PLACEMENT: Fiske's Post Road Nursery, 
Northboro. 

ACTIVITIES: Class Officer (Vice-President); 
Student Council 2; Floriculture Club 2; Hort 
Show 2; Hort Club 2; Alpha Tau Gamma ( Cor- 
responding Secretary 2); Alpha Tau Gamma, 
Football. 

FUTURE PLANS: Working in Soil Conserva- 
tion for the U.S.D.A. 





ROGER W. RING 

"Ringer" 

Westfield 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations. 
PLACEMENT: Adam Nursery, Westfield. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1, 2; Hort Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Further Education. 



BRUCE E. ROBBINS 

"Giant" 
Needham 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations. 
PLACEMENT: Winslow Nurseries, Inc., 
Needham. 

ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1, 2; Hort Club 1, 
2 (Treasurer 2). 

FUTURE PLANS: Enter the University of 
Massachusetts. 





BRUCE K. ROBERTS 
"Ace" 
Amherst 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations. 
PLACEMENT: Seapoint. 
ACTIVITIES: Student Council 2; Cross Coun- 
try 2; Hort Show 1, 2; Campus Chest I, 2; Alpha 
Tau Gamma 1, 2; Hort Club 1, 2; Square Dance 
Club 1; Inter-fraternity Sports 1, 2; Veteran. 
FUTURE PLANS: Landscape Operator. 



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RICHARD L. ROBINSON 
"Rich" 
Belchertown 
MAJOR: Poultry Husbandry. 
PLACEMENT: Roger Owen, Amherst. 
ACTIVITIES: Poultry Club 1, 2; 4H Club 2; 
Baseball 2. 

FUTURE PLANS: Attend University of Mass- 
achusetts. 






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ROBERT J. ROGAN 
"Bob" 
Norwood 
MAJOR: Food Management. 
PLACEMENT: Wilhams House, Williamsburg. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1, 2; Food Seminar 
1, 2; University Stewards Club 1, 2 (Executive 
Board 1 ) ; Middlesex Dormitory Treasurer 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 





FRED H. ROWE 
"Free Wheeler" 
Hingham 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Medfield State Hospital. 
Harding. 

ACTIVITIES: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2 
(Vice President); Little International 1, 2; 
Alpha Tau Gamma 1, 2; Dairy Classic 2; Rod & 
Gun Club. 
FUTURE PLANS: Further Education. 



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RICHARD H. RUBANT 
"Rube" 
West Roxbury 
MAJOR: Dairy Technology. 
PLACEMENT: Hendrie's Ice Cream Co., 
Milton, and White Bros. Milk Co., North 
Quincy. 

ACTIVITIES: Student Council 1, 2; Stosag 
Board 1, 2 (Editor-in-Chief 2); Dairy Club 1, 2; 
Dorm Athletic Manager 1; Dorm Counselor 2; 
Christian Association 1, 2; Interdormitory 
Council 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Dairy Plant Work. 




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CATHERINE P. SAMPSON 
"Kay" 
Jamaica Plain 
MAJOR: Poultry Husbandry. 
PLACEMENT: Poultry Research Laboratory, 
University of Massachusetts, Amherst. 
ACTIVITIES: Poultry Club 1, 2; Veteran. 
FUTURE PLANS: Poultry Research. 





THOMAS W. SAYRE 
"Tom" 
Worcester 
MAJOR: Forestry. 

PLACEMENT: U. S. Forest Service, Blister 
Rust Control, Priest River, Idaho. 



LANNY R. SHAFFER 
"Lanny" 

Fayetteville, New York 
MAJOR: Turf Maintenance. 
PLACEMENT: Lyndon Golf Course, Fayette- 
ville, New York. 

ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1, 2; Turf Manage- 
ment Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 



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OLIVER SCOTT 

"Scotty" 

Chester 
MAJOR: Vegetable Growing. 
PLACEMENT: Albert Christopher, Agawam, 
Massachusetts. 

ACTIVITIES: Vegetable Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: University of Massachusetts. 



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STEWART W. SHAW 
"Stew" 
Amherst 
MAJOR: Poultry Husbandry. 
PLACEMENT: Nicholias Turkey Farm, 
Sonoma, California. 

ACTIVITIES: Poultry Club 1, 2; Square Dance 
Club 1, 2; Christian Association 1, 2; Rifle Team 
1,2. 

FUTURE PLANS: Enter the University of 
Massachusetts. 



ROBERT D. SHEA 
"Bob" 
Northampton 
MAJOR: Forestry. 

PLACEMENT: U. S. Forestry Service, Priest 
River, Idaho. 

ACTIVITIES: Forestry Club 1, 2; Veteran. 
FUTURE PLANS: New England Forest 
Products, Inc. 




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THOMAS F. SHEERAN, JR. 
"Tom" 
Woburn 
MAJOR: Floriculture. 

PLACEMENT: Arnold Fisher Co., Wobura. 
ACTIVITIES: Floriculture Club 1, 2 (Presi- 
dent 2); Hort Show 1, 2 (Co-Chairman 2); 
Newman Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Florist. 



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HENRY A. SHENETTE 
Worcester 
MAJOR: Floriculture. 

PLACEMENT: Sunnyslope Gardens, Westboro. 
ACTIVITIES: None. 
FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 




WARREN P. SHEPARD 
"Shep" 
Westfield 
MAJOR: Floriculture. 

PLACEMENT: Smith College, Northampton. 
ACTIVITIES: Glee Club 1; Floriculture Club 
1, 2; 4H Club 1, 2; Hort Show 1, 2; Christian 
Association 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Design School. 





RALPH D. SIMONEAU, JR. 
"Dave" 
Falmouth 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations. 
PLACEMENT: H. V. Lawrence. 
ACTIVITIES: Stosag Board 2; Hort Show 1, 
2; Hort Club 1, 2; Stockbridge Inter-Dormitory 
Council. 
FUTURE PLANS: Own Landscaping Business. 



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DAVID C. SKILLIN 

Falmouth, Maine 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations. 
PLACEMENT: Skillin Garden Center, 
mouth, Maine. 

ACTIVITIES: Student Council 2; Basketball 
1; Hort Show 1, 2 (Chairman 2); Alpha Tau 
Gamma (President 2); Hort Club 1, 2 (Presi- 
dent 2); Inter-Fraternity Sports 2; Inter- Fra- 
ternity Council 2; Veteran. 
FUTURE PLANS: Garden Center Business in 
Maine. 






MATTHEW R. SLUSARSKI 
"Ski" 
Fall River 
MAJOR: Floriculture. 

PLACEMENT: Herbert King Florist, Fall 
River. 

ACTIVITIES: Floriculture Club 1, 2; Hort 
Show 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: College. 



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EDWARD J. SMITH, JR. 

"Eddie" 
Mill River 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 

PLACEMENT: Crystal Hill Farm, Mill River. 
ACTIVITIES: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2; 
Little International 2; Christian Association 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Farm Manager. 



DAVID SOUTHARD 

"Dave" 
North Hatfield 
MAJOR: Vegetable Growing. 
PLACEMENT: Luther Belden, North Hatfield. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1, 2; Olericulture 
Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Farm Management. 





HAROLD J. STANDRING 
"Hal" 
Charlton City 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations. 
PLACEMENT: Self-Employed. 
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1; Hort Show 1, 
Hort Club 1, 2; Veteran. 
FUTURE PLANS: To operate Glen Echo 
Gardens. 



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HAROLD C. STANLEY 
"Charlie" 
Peabody 
MAJOR: Vegetable Growing. 
PLACEMENT: Raymond Devencient. 
ACTIVITIES: Stosag 2; Hort Show 1, 2; 
table Growing Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Further Education. 




Vege- 



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THOMAS A. STAREFOS 
"Tom" 
West Yarmouth 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations. 
PLACEMENT: Alan Dupee Mid-Cape Nurs- 
eries, West Dennis. 

ACTIVITIES: Horticulture Club 1, 2; Flori- 
culture Shop 1, 2 (Chairman). 
FUTURE PLANS: Start Landscaping Business 
out of State. 





JOHN M. SWANSON 

"Johnny" 

Carlisle 

MAJOR: Poultry Husbandry. 

PLACEMENT: Cobb's Pedigreed Chicks, Inc., 

Concord. 

ACTIVITIES: Poultry Club 1, 2 (Vice Presi- 
dent); Inter Varsity Christian Fellowship 1, 2 
( Treasurer ) ; Stockbridge Ski Team 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Poultry Breeder. 



JAMES W. SWOL 
"Jim" 
Fairview 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Donald C. McCray, South 
Hadley. 

ACTIVITIES: Animal Husbandry Club 1; 
Little International 1. 

FUTURE PLANS: Military Service and Own 
a Dairy Farm. 






LAURENCE M. THOMPSON 
"Larry" 
Newport, New Hampshire 
MAJOR: Turf Maintenance. 
PLACEMENT: Lake Sunapee Country Club, 
New London, New Hampshire. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1, 2; Turf Club 1, 2 
( Editor— "Turf Clippings"); Veteran. 
FUTURE PLANS: Turf Consultant. 



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GEORGE A. THURSTON, JR. 
"George" 
Newport, Rhode Island 
MAJOR: Forestry. 

PLACEMENT: Ohoco National Forest, Ohoco, 
Oregon. 

ACTIVITIES: Veteran. 
FUTURE PLANS: Forestry Service. 






JOHN F. THURSTON 
"Jack" 
Westwood 
MAJOR: Arboriculture. 

PLACEMENT: Westwood Tree Department, 
Westwood. 

ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1, 2; Arboriculture 
Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Arboriculture. 





SAMUEL A. TOOTHAKER 

"Al" 
Saugus 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 

PLACEMENT: Danvers State Hospital Farm, 
Hawthorne, Mass. 

ACTIVITIES: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2; 
Christian Association 1. 
FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 



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WILLIAM P. TREDO, JR. "Will" 

Amherst 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 

PLACEMENT: University of Massachusetts, 
Amherst. 

ACTIVITIES: Class Officer 1, 2 (Vice Presi- 
dent 1, President 2); Student Council 1, 2 (Pres- 
ident 2); Dance Committee 1, 2; Football 2; 
Little International 1, 2; Dairy Classic 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Employment with a Grain 
Concern. 




CONRAD R. VANASSE 
"Connie" 
Holyoke 
MAJOR: Food Management. 
PLACEMENT: Student Restaurant, Springfield. 
ACTIVITIES: Steward's Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Attend the University of 
Massachusetts. 





RICHARD WELLS 
Adams 
MAJOR: Forestry. 

PLACEMENT: Umatilla National Forest, 
Ukiak, Oregon. 

ACTIVITIES: Rifle Team 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Surveying and Forest 
Owner. 



WILLIAM F. WILLIAMS 
"Bill" 
Shelborn 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations. 
PLACEMENT: Evale B. Mosher, Wellesley. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1, 2; Hort Club 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: To own a landscape 
business. 





DAVID A. WINKLEY 

"Dave" 

South Hadley Falls 

MAJOR: Dairy Technology. 

PLACEMENT: H. P. Hood & Son Ice Cream, 

Springfield. 

ACTIVITIES: Stosag Board 2; Dairy Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Education. 



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CURTIS H. WORTHINGTON 

"Curt" 
New Bedford 
MAJOR: Wood Products. 
PLACEMENT: S. Bent & Bros., Inc., Gardner. 
ACTIVITIES: Veteran. 

FUTURE PLANS: Employment with a Com- 
mercial Wood Products Company. 



ARTHUR N. WYMAN 
"Art" 
Bridgewater 
MAJOR: Dairy Technology. 
PLACEMENT: Bay State Ice Cream Co., 
North Abington. 

ACTIVITIES: Student Council 2; Dairy Club 
1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Dairy Farming. 





ROBERT T. ANSALDO 
"Bob" 
Amherst 
MAJOR: Turf Maintenance. 
PLACEMENT: John P. Callahan, Hudson, 
New Hampshire. 



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RICHARD F. BENNETT 
"Dick" 
Indian Orchard 
MAJOR: Forestry. 

PLACEMENT: Frank G. Dougherty, District 
Ranger, Umatilla National Forest, Pendleton, 
Oregon. 



DON S. MARSHALL 

Kalamazoo, Michigan 
MAJOR: Turf Maintenance. 
PLACEMENT: Montclair Golf Club, Mont- 
clair. New Jersey. 
ACTIVITIES: None. 

FUTURE PLANS: Master's Degree in Agron- 
omy at the University of Massachusetts. 



JOHN P. MISTARK 
"Pete" 
Northampton 
MAJOR: Arboriculture. 
PLACEMENT: H. J. lode, Amherst. 
ACTIVITIES: Arboriculture Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 



ANDREW VITALI, JR. 
South Hadley 
MAJOR: Food Management. 
PLACEMENT: Treadway Inn, Niagara Falls, 
New York. 



WILLIAM WHITLEY 

"Bill" 

Northampton 

MAJOR: Turf Maintenance. 

PLACEMENT: Winged Foot Golf Club, Ma- 

maroneck. New York. 

ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1, 2; Turf Manage- 
ment Club 1, 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 



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FALL ACTIVITIES 




SQUAD— FRONT ROW, left to right: D. Brazell, W. Bieren, 
C, Christie, R. Allen, G. Hague, R. Jones, J. Brouillet. 
SECOND ROW: E. Wood, P. Flagg, G. Glazier, J. Mc- 
Donald, J. Concannon, C. Nelson, C. Cotter. THIRD ROW: 
R. Patuto, W. Shaw, E. Henderson, J. Gunnery, A. Clayton, 



J. Raison, W. Smrth. FOURTH ROW: R. McDonough, W. 
Bleau, P. Condon, J. Battles, W. Buxton, C. Frost, P. Lep- 
kowski, FIFTH ROW: Line Coach— H. Wilson, Head 
Coach — Steve Kosakowski, Manager — J. E. Mulcahy. 




BOB ALLEN 





'BARREL" BIEREN 




FOOTBALL 




KENNY HAGUE 



Seniors 



"CHRIS" 



JOE BROUILLET 



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WHERE WERE "YOU" ON THAT PLAY? 



The "59" season was off on a jump as we 
scored first against an aggressive and eventually 
victorious Gushing Academy. 

Worcester Academy (a large fleet-footed 
club) put together 3 interceptions and 2 runs 
to swamp us; but not before a punt return, a 
series of runs for a first down, and 2 cross-body 
blocks opened a hole for the Stockbridge score. 

The arrival of Monson Academy was a wel- 
come sight. After our first score, Steve sent in 
the second team. The freshmen held Monson 
to 3 touchdowns while scoring once themselves 
and only coming out when points were needed. 

The Amherst Frosh game was disappoint- 
ing to the boys. We outplayed the Ivy 
Leaguers but lost when two of our mistakes 
were turned into touchdowns. 

Our game against the University Freshmen 
was the big one of the year. The boys were 
up and gave everything they had for a standing 
room crowd, fighting their way to a 6 to lead 
as the first half ended. The University out- 
manned us 2 to 1, taking their toll in the third 
quarter, as Stockbridge miscued. 

The season ended on a damp note as we 
lost a bitterly fought contest to Mount Hermon 
in a quagmire. 

We owe many thanks to Steve Kosakowski 
and his line coach Hank Wilson for all their 
time and effort. We are proud of the sports- 
manship of our players and know the freshmen 
have benefitted from contact with the Seniors 
and will have a winning season next year. 




PASS COMPLETED TO CHRISTIE. 







M^M 



BOB, THROW THAT BLOCK! 



Gushing 


14 


S.S.A. 


12 


Worcester 


40 


S.S.A. 


6 


Monson 


36 


S.S.A. 


20 


Amherst Frosh 


13 


S.S.A. 





UMass Frosh 


20 


S.S.A. 


6 


Mount Hermon 


14 


S.S.A. 






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HORTICULTURE 




BI-CENTENNIAL 1959 
The 200th Anniversary of the town of Am- 
herst was colorfully recreated at the 47th Annual 
Horticultural Show of the Stockbridge School 
of Agriculture at the University of Massa- 
chusetts. The old New England Farmstead set 
the theme for stud -.its, departmental, and com- 
mercial exhibits. 

The display of the Olericulture Department 
received the most praise of all exhibits. Many 
people were amazed at the depth which was 
achieved by the colorful fields and quaint 
Colonial Farm on the horizon. Our congratula- 
tions are extended to the students and faculty 
for their ingenuity in creating this scene. 

The floral arrangements of the Holyoke 
florists', Northampton florists', Garden Clubs, 
and students lended very nicely to the theme 
of the show. We believe that the 18,000 people 
who attended the 47th Annual Horticultural 
Show will all agree that it was an outstanding 
success. 



SHOW 





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FRONT ROW, left to right: A. Bagqe. R. Lombard, T. Medeiros, R. Stenberg, R. Pelis. SECOND 
ROW; S. Shaw, T. Starefos, C. Nelson, Colonel Marchant (Coach). 



RIFLE TEAM 



OFFICERS 

President RAYMOND CIESLUK 

Vice-President RONALD LOMBARD 

Secretary-Treasurer ALAN BAGGE 

Executive Officer RICHARD STENBERG 

Coach COLONEL MARCHANT 




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In the spring term of 1959, sparked by the 
initiative of a few members of the Class of 1960, 
the nucleus of a rifle team was formed at Stock- 
bridge School. No matches were scheduled 
that season, but the team became affiliated with 
the National Rifle Association as a Collegiate 
Team, and markmanship practice was carried 
out under the coaching of Colonel John Mar- 
chant (Stockbridge 1928), Professor of Air 



Science at the University. 

Twenty-eight candidates turned out for the 
team in the fall of 1959, and as the schedule 
shows, the Stockbridgemen were not afraid to 
go out of their class to get competition. How- 
ever, despite the limited facilities for rifle prac- 
tice, the Stockbridge School Rifle Team steadily 
improved and had, to publication time, compiled 
a creditable record. 



SCHEDULE 1959-60 





Postal 




Mridge 


Opponents 


J 959 


1150 


1010 


Nov. 10 


1191 


Forfeit 


Dec. 1 


1191 


Forfeit 


1 


1193 


1304 


8 


1193 


1332 


8 


1193 


1397 


8 


1245 


Forfeit 


15 


1245 


1176 


15 
J 960 


1278 


1314 


Jan. 5 


1289 


1396 


Feb. 2 


1289 


1368 


2 


1289 


1298 


2 


857 


908 


9 


1266 




16 


1237 


Shoulder to Shoulder 


16 

23 

Mar. 1 

1 


810 


891 


Jan. 7 


1179 


963 


Feb. 23 


1294 


1244 


Feb. 29 
Mar. 10 



Citrus Junior College, California 
Henderson State Teachers College, Arkansas 
Kansas State Teachers College 
State U. Agr. & Tech Institute, Erie County 

Tech Institute, New York 
Idaho State College 
Missouri School of Mines 
Marshall College, West Virginia 

North Dakota State Agricultural College 

Eastern Oregon College 

Ceneva College, Pennsylvania 

Kings College, Pennsylvania 

Tabor Academy (2-position) 

Middle Tennessee State College 

Central College, Missouri 

Rose Polytechnic Institute, Indiana 

Eastern Washington College of Education 

Potomac State College, West Virginia 

Wilbraham Academy at Wilbraham (2-position) 
Mount Hermon School (tentative) 
Air Force ROTC, Univ. of Mass. 
Univ. of Mass. Freshmen (tentative) 



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THAT'S FUNNY, I THOUGHT I WAS IN ROOM 313, 
MIDDLESEX. 







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SEVEN-FORTY FIVE AND I HAVE AN EIGHT O'CLOCK! 




Dorm Life 




STOCKBRIDGE ...??? 




CHEAPER BY THE GALLON. 



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Poultry Science 
Club 



The current 1959-60 year of the Poultry 
Science Club has been a most successful one. 
We began the year with a "Smoker" in the 
Stockbridge House on the University Campus. 
At the next meeting, a local farm operator who 
owns and manages his own retail store in 
Amherst presented a talk on the commercial side 
of the poultry industry. This was followed by 
a more scientific topic, "Why And How To Set 
Up An Experimental Research Program For 
Poultry." Dr. William Mellen, a member of our 
Poultry Department, was the speaker on this 
occasion. 

The speaker at our fourth meeting, was Mr. 
Chick Klein, noted traveler, author and lecturer. 
His interesting talk on the "Soaring Sixties" was 
thoroughly enjoyed by all. 

Under the guidance and untiring assistance 
of our faculty adviser, Mr. John Vondell, the 
club membership has grown to twenty-two. 
This number rates very high when compared to 
the membership in prior years. One of the major 
accomplishments by this year's club has been 
the introduction of newly designed membership 
cards which can be used by future members of 
the Poultry Science Club. 



FRONT ROW, left to right: R. Costan- 
tlno, R. Robinson, C. Sampson, C. 
Marshall, R. Lee. SECOND ROW: A. 
Levesque, J. Swanson, R. Bourneuf, R. 
Munroe, F. Sylvester. THIRD ROW: 
J. Mulcahy, R. Johnson, S. Shaw, K. 
Snow, R. Lounsbury. 






Animal Science Club 



For those in Stockbridge, this was an histor- 
ical year for the University of Massachusetts 
Animal Science Club. This year is the first in 
the history of the Club that a Stockbridge Senior 
has held the office of President. Fred Rowe 
replaced Jim Larkin at the beginning of the 
second semester when Jim graduated from the 
University. 

This year we have had speakers covering 
different phases of agriculture. Mr. John Martin, 
from the Hood Foundation discussed different 
types of Dairy Farm housing. Mr. Luther 
Belden, an outstanding sheep breeder in the 
Connecticut Valley, spoke on Hot House Lamb 
Production. In addition to these speakers, a 
representative from the Holstein Friesian Asso- 
ciation addressed the club. 

The major activity of the club is the spon- 
sorship of the Little International Livestock 
Show. The show, which is modeled after the 
International Livestock Show in Chicago, is an 
annual affair taking place in the early spring. 

This combination of speakers and activities 
has rounded out a very successful year for the 
Animal Science Club. 



FRONT ROW, left to right: J. Ropes, R. Jones, R. Johnson, 
B. Johnston, E. Goodwin, B. Heinz, J. Hall, J. Swol, G. 
Adams, R. Moschini. SECOND ROW; K. Rockwood, E. 
Peladeau, P. Bleau, J. Kristoff, W. Olds, R. Stuart, B. 
Marriott, D. Glazier, J. Haskins, F. Rowe, R. Hodgdon, M. 



Rierdon, B. Morrin. THIRD ROW: R. Black, A. Kilborn, 
N. Lavoie, G, Hirst, R. Austin, J. Carlson, J. Davis, R. Cook, 
R. Sargent, J. M. Elliott (adviser), J. Bowe, D. Belden, H. 
Albrecht. FOURTH ROW: R. Howes, B. Fontaine, J. 
Brouillet. 




Forestry Club 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Peter Nelson, Wilbur 
Johnson, Richard Pelis, Robert Soyette. 





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Dairy Club 



FRONT ROW, left to right: C. Frost, 
T. Muir, T. Vincent, A. Wyman, R. Sten- 
berg. SECOND ROW: D. Rodenhiser, 
A. Croak, R. Morse, H. Sager. D. 
Winkley. THIRD ROW: W. Baxter, R. 
Rubant, J. MacDonald, T. Medeiros, R. 
Carboni. 



OFFICERS 

President CHARLES FROST 

Vice President HOWARD SAGER 

Secretary RICHARD MORSE 

Treasurer EDWARD RYRNE 

Corresponding Secretary, DICK WASKIEWICZ 
Student Senate Rep ARTHUR WYMAN 

The Dairy Club has been estabHshed as a 
student affihate chapter of the American Dairy 
Association. Its main purpose is to develop and 
promulgate interest in the dairy industry among 
people within the university community. In as 
much as the Daiiy Club is primarily a student 
organization, it is open to active membership 
for all students who are interested in the field 
of Dairy Technology, regardless of their back- 
ground or field of endeavor. 

Professor David Evans, faculty adviser, and 
the club officers plan the bi-monthly meetings. 
Programs consist of movies, guest speakers and 
discussion panels. 



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Stewards 
Club 



FRONT ROW, left to right: W. Hale, 
P. Lucey, G. Cogswell, G. Gerkowski, C. 
Pelott, R. Ellis. SECOND ROW: L 
Roy, K. Mollis, J. Gunnery, A. Clayton, 
J. Gagllard. THIRD ROW: J. Lillie, 
J. Razon, N. Lebel, A. Cotoni, D. 
Cragen, D. Knauber. 




The Stewards Club is an organization 
whose main purpose is to further the relation- 
ship between its members and the hotel and 
restaurant industry. 

During the year, the Club catered to several 
parties here on campus including the Military 
Ball, Womens Faculty Association and others. 
Another undertaking was the setting up of a 
small restaurant type operation on the track of 
the Cage during the annual Horticulture Show. 

Membership is made up of food manage- 
ment, food technology and institutional manage- 
ment majors. Last fall the freshmen members 
enjoyed a trip to New York city where they 
observed the annual New York Hotel Show. The 
senior members participated in the New 
England Show at the Statler Hilton Hotel in 
Boston. 

Frequent business meetings of the Club 
were held, always followed by a social hour at 
the Student Union. 





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Horticulture Club 



The meetings of the 1959-60 Horticulture 
Ckib have been held the second and fourth 
weeks of each month at Wilder Hall. Professor 
Blundell has been the adviser for the club. The 
officers are Dave Skillin, President; Ronald 
Houle, Vice President; Bruce Bobbins, Treasurer; 
Jim Howe, Secretary; Roger Ring, Social Direc- 
tor; Dick Holt, Assistant Director; and Bob 
Hiltz, Social Chairman. 

The club has thirty members, made up of 
students from the freshman and senior classes. 
— Several guest speakers have been invited to 
speak and show slides the past year. Some of 
the topics that have been discussed are Nursery 
Management, Wholesale and Retail Selling of 
Nursery Stock, Designing and Planting of 
Foundation Plants, and Advance in Garden 
Centers. 

The Horticulture Club is planning to have 
their annual banquet, but the time and place 
had not been announced at the time this section 
went to press. 



FRONT ROW, left to right: G. Holway, J. Kenney, J. 
Downey, P. Lounsbury, E. Orlando, R. Gray, H. Schnnidt. 
SECOND ROW: R. Dumaine, K. Stevens, D. Skillin. R. Ring, 
J. Howe, L Coyle, J. Hunt. THIRD ROW: M. Estell, D. 



Ilnicky, W. Stranger. A. Standring, D. Chapmen, R. Orpin, 
R. Hiltz, R. Trudel. FOURTH ROW: W. Henchey, J. 
Dempsey, W. Willianns, G. Milne, T. Starfos, J. Dupont, D. 
Dowd, S. Hawkins, P. Flagg. 



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Pomology Club 



OFFICERS 

President David Flitcroft, '60 S.S.A. 

Vice President Bruce Ogilvie, '62 U of M 

Secretary - Treasurer, David Cheney, '62 U of M 



The purpose of the Pomology Club is to 
stimulate and maintain an interest in pomology 
among its members. To accomplish these aims, 
the club has monthly meetings at which a 
speaker or movies are featured. During the past 
two years the club has been fortunate co have 
as speakers, such prominent fruit growers as 
Mr. Elmer Fitzgerald of Leominster, and Mr. 
William Doe of Harvard, Mass. 



Other speakers have been Dr. F. W. South- 
wick, Dr. W. J. Lord, Prof. F. E. Cole of the 
University faculty and Mr. Arthur Williams of 
the Eastern States Cooperative. 

A social event is planned for this spring. 

The Pomology Club wishes to express its 
sincere thanks to Professor O. C. Roberts for 
his many years of assistance as the club adviser 
up to the time of his recent retirement. 



FRONT ROW, left to right: 
Lewis Ring, Daniel Washburn. 



David Flitcroft, Douglas Johnson, Robert Carey. SECOND ROW: 




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FRONT ROW, left to right: T. Dolan, 
A. Benson, E. Incolllngo, P. Martin, D. 
Southard. SECOND ROW: J. Gregory, 
O. Scott, C. Stanley, J. Grant. Third 
Row: A. Dahowski, R. Fortin, A. Le- 
vesque. 



Olericulture Club 



OFFICERS 
President HOWARD WILSON 

Vice President ALAN J. BENSON 

Secretary-Treasurer THOMAS A. DOLAN 

Representative to Senate, CHARLES STANLEY 

Refreshment Chairman OLIVER B. SCOTT 

ADVISER 
Professor Grant B. Snyder, Head, Olericulture 
Department 




The Olericulture Club met monthly in 
Bowditch Hall for a program including talks and 
movies dealing with various phases of grovv'ing 
and marketing vegetable crops. 

Professor Lockman, from the University, 
spoke on his work in developing new hybrid 
sweet corn varieties, stressing quality. 

Mr. Warren Gove of Leominster told of 
his operations in developing a roadside stand 
business and Professor Young of the Waltham 
Field Station gave an illustrated talk on large 
scale vegetable production in California. 

Two supper meetings with entertainment 
were held in the Farley 4-H House and mem- 
bers of the club were responsible for the staging 
of the main exhibit at the annual Horticultural 
Show last November. 



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Arboriculture 
Club 



Under the leadership of Professor King, the 
Arboriculture Club meets twice monthly for 
instructive discussions about the latest develop- 
ments in the arboriculture field. At our first 
meeting, election of officers was held, and the 
following men were named to conduct our 
meetings for the 1959-60 year: Bill Hare, Pres- 
ident; Harvey Desgrosseilleus, Vice President; 
and Tom McCarthy, Secretary-Treasurer. Joe 
Garcia gave a talk on his trip to Montana and 
showed slides of his tour. "Diagnosing," was 
the subject of Dr. McKenzie's talk at one of our 
subsequent meetings. The twenty-five members 
that attended found this talk to be very interest- 
ing and informative. We are looking forward to 
other entertaining sessions during the remaining 
months of our stay at Stockbridge. 




FRONT ROW, left to right: J. Lupton, J. Mulcahy, G. 
Hague, G. Hare, J. Limerick, A. Cameron, W. Newcomb. 
SECOND ROW: D. Dilger, J. Thurston, A. Leab, D. Porter, 



P. Brackett, D. Gunn, 
A. Fox, P. Lepkowski 
seilliers, R. Floyd. 



W. Shaw. THIRD ROW; R. Lineau, 
T. McCarthy. J. Ehly, H. Desgros- 




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FRONT ROW, left to right: M. Alessio, 
C. Stiles, B. Kuzia, M. Fox, R. Kurchlan. 
SECOND ROW: J. Ricco, J. Hodder, 
G. Modig, W. Hultgren, K. Cunningham, 
P. DeZalia. THIRD ROW: W. Shep- 
ard, P. Banks, R. Kennedy, W. Zubrin, 
P. Williams, G. Power. 





Floriculture 
Club 



The Floriculture Club is set up to foster a 
wide range of practical information in this 
modern agricultural field. It provides an oppor- 
tunity for students to share in the experiences of 
outstanding men engaged in the science of 
floriculture. Discussion periods between stu- 
dents and leaders is one of the most valuable 
services that the Club can offer. 

The Floriculture Club has also promoted 
cordial relations among students, educators and 
professional florists and gardeners. To foster 
these good fellowships, we have flower exhibi- 
tions, banquets and other worthwhile affairs. 
We feel that membership in the Floriculture 
Club has helped to increase our interest for a 
permanent career in this interesting field. 



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FRONT ROW, left to right: R. Gray, E. Wood, R. Mitchell, 
B. Peterson, L Rudinski. SECOND ROW: N. Beuregard, 



J. Mulhearn, J. Wheeler, W. Emerson. THIRD ROW: N. 
Dennehy, R. Sullivan, D. Mauk, B. Tower. 



Turf Club 




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LEFT TO RIGHT: Hans Albrecht, Dave Belden, Dick Gregory, Dick Rubant, Uncle Jim, Marilyn 
Fox, Bob Lowe, Bill Hultgren. 




Stosag 
Board 



The 1960 STOSAG is once 
again a product of the Progress 
Pubhshers Inc. of Albany, New 
York. From September to April 
the staff, working with Editor- 
in-Chief Dick Rubant, Business 
Manager Dave Belden and Sec- 
retary Marilyn Fox, met every 
Tuesday night to meet the dead- 
lines. Assisting the officers were 
Dick Carboni, Hans Albrecht, 
Bill Hultgren, Dave Lyons, 
Dave Winkley, Bob Lowe and 
Jim Mulcahy. However, without 
the hard work of our adviser, 
Mr. Callahan, this book might 
still be a dream. We also would 
like to thank all the people who 
contributed pictures and infor- 
mation so that this would be the 
best yearbook published by a 
STOSAG STAFF. 





Snowbal 



Despite the lack of snow for the second 
year in a row, enthusiasm ran high for the an- 
nual Snowball Dance. Hard work by Senate 
President— Bill Tredo and other members, made 
this one of the most colorful events of the week- 
end. Decorations in the small ballroom depicted 
the theme of the Winter Carnival, "Silver Sleigh- 
land," very effectively. A large turnout of over 



one hundred couples were welcomed at the 
door by chaperones, Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey, Mr. 
and Mrs. King, and Mrs. Dempsey, ATG's 
Housemother. Sonny Costanza's music was en- 
joyed by all, right up until the bass player hit 
the floor at midnight. Snifters and blue proto- 
cols were passed out to make the evening 
complete. 



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Basketbal I 



The turnout for the first basketball practice 
was heartening. Thirty eager candidates were 
greeted by a coach full of good ideas. We work- 
ed hard getting in condition and learning plays, 
but noticed the lack of height and returning 
seniors. Bob Costantino, our captain, was our 
only letter man. 

The season started with the boys playing 
good ball, but not scoring enough to break into 
the win column. 

Returning from Christmas vacation, we 



found ourselves playing for a new coach. Bill 
Maxwell. Bill, a university senior majoring in 
physical education is extremely interested in 
trying new formations. We rallied under his 
direction to score an average of 60 points per 
game for the last 5 games, winning 2. 

The boys returning to the team next year 
should set an impressive record for they have 
gained valuable experience during this rebuild- 
ing year. 




FRONT ROW, left +0 right: 
R. Costantino, A. Clayton, 
Mgr.), W. Maxwell (Coach). 



E. Wood, R. Hare, R. Grey, 

3. Cottrell, D. Brooks (Ass't. 

SECOND ROW: J. Mulcahy 



(Mgr.), R. Goyette, C. Huff, 
Garvey, R. Hiltz, D. Dowd. 
Keohan and P. Christie). 



D. Brazell, D. Glazier, P. 
(Missing from picture — B. 




1960 Season Summary 



U. of Mass. Freshmen 
Nichols Jr. College 
Worcester Academy 
Amherst Freshmen 
Cranwell School 
Nichols Jr. College 
Holyoke Jr. College 
Holyoke Jr. College 
Deerfield Academy 



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76 SSA 47 

83 SSA 56 

66 SSA 37 

44 SSA 45 

86 SSA 51 

80 SSA 64 

100 SSA 86 

44 SSA 53 




On January 27, 28, 29, 1960, the seventh 
annual Food Seminar was held at the University. 
This three day event is sponsored by the Massa- 
chusetts Food Service Educational Council in 
cooperation with the University Food Manage- 
ment Course and the University Stewards Club. 

Eighty-six registered guests were greeted 
by members of the Stewards Club who acted as 
hosts to the group during their stay on campus. 
The Club prepared and served the Seminar 
banquet in the Student Union ballroom. In 
addition, the members of the Club arranged for 
housing and campus tours for the visitors. 

Valuable information was presented by 
speakers who were outstanding leaders in the 
food industry. 




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Seminar 




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WHERE'S THE TELEPHONE? 



Dorm Life 




STUDY! WHO ME? 



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HAVE LUGGAGE WILL TRAVEL. 



Campus Life 




HAVE BALL V/ILL PLAY. 



HAVE WATER WILL SHAVE. 



GREATSVILLE! WE GOT A BASKET! 




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FRONT ROW, left to right: R. Johnson, J. Gregory, C. 
Gately [Treasurer), B. Johnston (Secretary). W. Tredo 
(President), R. Lienau (Vice-President), D. Flitcroft, E. 
Peladeau. SECOND ROW: D. Balden, C. Maggs, A. Fox, 



G. Power, K. Cunningham, H, Stanley, Prof. G. King. 
THIRD ROW: R. Ring, N. Lebel, A. Clayton. R. Orpin, J. 
Gunnery, D. Lyon, J. Rastallis, A. Wyman. 



Student Senate 



Although school spirit seemed to be lacking 
at times, the Senate had a fruitful year, due to 
the zealous efforts of its very able officers and 
members. The Senators showed a great interest 
in the many undertakings they have handled, 
both in the present and for the future. 

A very successful Snow-Ball dance spon- 
sored and financially managed by the Senate was 
one of the highlights of a snowless Winter Car- 
nival Weekend. Likewise, the Progress Banquet, 
attended by more than 300 persons, and man- 
aged by the Senate and Stewards Club was 



extremely successful. 

The Stockbridge Senate, coordinating its 
efforts with Dean Jeffrey and the University 
Board of Trustees, has encouraged the addition 
of an Associate Degree to be offered by the 
School in place of the present diploma. It like- 
wise has sponsored bills and amendments for 
the future living status and educational well 
being of the individual student. 

The Senate thanks Professor King for his 
excellent guidance during the past year. 



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PROGRESS 




Each spring the Stockbridge School honors 
outstanding Scholars and Athletes, at the Annual 
Progress Banquet. The Banquet was again cat- 
ered by Kendall Caterers, with the Rev. Donald 
Bosart giving the invocation. Attending were the 
Stosag Honorary Scholastic Society, Rifle Club, 
Basketball and Football Teams, 250 Freshman 
and Senior class members, and many members 
of the faculty. Dean Fred P. Jeffrey spoke brief- 
ly, mentioning the proposed Associate Degree. 
He then read the Stosag Society list which in- 
cluded those students that had attained at least 
a 3.4 cumulative quality point average. He also 
read the Dean's list for Freshmen that had at- 
tained an average of 3.4 or better, giving special 
mention to four students that had earned a 
perfect 4.0 average during the first Semester. 

Col. Marchant praised the Rifle Team Mem- 
bers for their enthusiasm and cooperation during 
the first year of formal competition. Certificates 
and badges were awarded to each member of 
the team. 



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BANQUET 



Stephen A. Kosakowski, Stockbridge Athlet- 
ic Director, thanked the football and basketball 
teams for their effort, enthusiasm, and sports- 
manship. His spicy remarks during the presenta- 
tion of individual awards kept the crowd in a 
humorous frame of mind. 





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ALPHA 
TAU 



GAMMA 




1959-60 HOUSE HISTORY 
This year marked Alpha Tau Gamma's 
Fortieth anniversary and commenced with Presi- 
dent Mather's decree of total prohibition. The 
brothers thought that prohibition was the end of 
fraternity life. The first party on September 26th 
( beatnik ) which was a complete success, chang- 
ed their idea. New spirit was found with more 
group participation, bringing about a much 
closer fraternal life. 

Our first year in the Interfraternity Council 
started with football. We sustained a few bruises, 
won a few games, and had a lot of competitive 



fun. On October 3rd the house members of the 
school team forgot the wounds inflicted by 
Worcester by eating the delicious chicken cook- 
ed by the Moshers' at our barbecue. The first 
affair began Homecoming Week-end with the 
building of a float to our theme of "HIGH 
HOPES." We cheered the University's team, 
attended the S.S.A.-AMHERST game, and 
danced to a three piece band at a semi-formal 
house party. For other fall weekends we had a 
"hay ride," a co-ed "pajama party," and a "bums 
party." The "Miss Campus Chest" drive was a 



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lot of fun and the I.F.C. basketball league was a 
new challenge and a wonderful experience. 
December 8th saw our first exchange supper. 
We crossed the street to Pi Beta Phi Sorority 
where everyone enjoyed a social hour and buffet 
cooked by our management boys. We returned 
to our house for a flaming dessert and carol 
singing. The companionship between the pledges 
and members at the supper was increased the 
following morning by walking together to the 
Commons for breakfast. That Friday we had a 
decorating party for Saturday when our fortieth 
anniversary and Christmas parties were rolled 
into one. The pledges and members were given 
gifts by Santa Claus, while Christmas carols 
were sung. Winter Carnival weekend included a 
informal party Friday night with the Annual 
Stockbridge Snoball Dance Saturday night fol- 
lowed by a buffet and party at the house. Our 
snow sculpture, with the theme "the good old 
days," laboriously moulded on many cold nights, 
was ruined by rain. February 22nd was the be- 



ginning of two weeks of initiation and its little 
embarrassing moments. Everyone will remember 
"Hell" night, March 4th as a "pleasant" evening? 
March 9th, twenty-five pledges became members 
at the formal initiation. Also that night was the 
election of officers. Those elected were: Presi- 
dent, Normand Label; Vice President, Robert 
Allen; Secretary, Stewart Hawkins; and Treas- 
urer, John Gunnery. March 12th, the Annual 
Pledge Formal was held at the Roger Smith 
Hotel. It was a very enjoyable evening and one 
that will be well remembered. The house was 
improved a lot this past year with the prime 
eftbrt being placed on getting a new kitchen into 
the cellar. Hopes are high of having it in work- 
ing order next semester. 

The new members are looking forward to 
a successful and prosperous year, and with the 
guidance of our Housemother, Mrs. Dempsey, 
we will continue the fine spirit and tradition of 
Alpha Tau Gamma. 



FRONT ROW, left to right: C. Gately, R. Lineau, C. 
Maggs, D. Skillen, R. Kennedy, J. Mulcahy, R. Allen, A. 
Fox. SECOND ROW: J. Gunnery, D. Brazell, N. Lebel, 
Mrs. M. Dempsey (House Mother), A. Clayton. J. Ger- 
kowski, W. Cronin. THIRD ROW: W. Newcomb, D. Dilger, 



E. Bartlett, R. Goyette, S. Hawkins, G. Power, D. Glazier, 
D. Dowd, C. Frost, P. Flagg, P. Lucey. FOURTH ROW: 
D. Brooks, T. Steeves, E. Wood, T. Friedberg, B. Cottrell, 
L. Coyle, R. Dumaine, P. Bleau, F. Marsh. (Missing from 
picture — R. Lee, B. Roberts (Adviser), R. Southwick). 




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SAMUEL ADRIANCE 
2nd floor Middlesex 



DICK RUBANT 

3rd floor Middlesex 

DAVID BELDEN 
2nd floor Plymouth 



Dormitory 
Counselors 



BOB MOSCHINI 
3rd floor Plymouth 



ED PELADEAU 
2nd floor Berkshire 





Honor Society 




FRONT ROW, left to right: James Swol, Edmond Peladeau, 
Thomas Dolan, Richard Robinson. SECOND ROW: Robert 
Costantino, Fred Rowe, Karnig Ovian, Harold Stanley. 



STOSAG-CLASS OF 1960 



(Twenty-first annual election by Stock- 
bridge Faculty Advisory Committee to encour- 
age and recognize high scholastic ability and 
sound practical training. Average grade must be 
3.4 quality points or better to qualify. Names 
placed in order of rank.) 

James Walter Swol— Animal Science Fairview 
Conrad Richard Vanasse— 

Food Management Northampton 

Robert Francis Costantino— 

Poultry Science Somerville 

Edmond Robert Peladeau— 

Animal Science Sutton 

Thomas Alfred Dolan— Vegetable Crops Lynn 



Karnig Ovian— Turf Maintenance Whitinsville 

Richard Louis Robinson- 
Poultry Science Belchertown 

William Harold Whitley- 

Turf Maintenance Northampton 

William Raines Bellofatto— Forestry Milford 

Samuel Delmolino— Turf Maintenance Adams 

Fred Herman Rowe— Animal Science Hingham 

Harold Charles Stanley- 
Vegetable Crops Peabody 

George Adams, Jr.— 

Animal Science Northampton 

John Stephen Bordenuk— 

Floriculture Springfield 



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The 22nd Little International Livestock 
Show was held on Saturday, March 12, 1960, in 
Grinnell Arena. Much of the success of this 
year's show was due largely to the efforts of 
general manager, Mr. John Ropes, a senior in 
the University of Massachusetts, and Dr. L. N. 
Baker, Advisor. 

Twenty six contestants prepared four 
classes of livestock. The winners in each class 
received trophies and ribbons during the morn- 
ing program. During the afternoon, competi- 
tion among the morning's winners began for the 
coveted Premier Showmanship Trophy. Joseph 
Brouillet, Bill Tredo, James Swol, Bordan How- 
land, David Belden, and Roger Howes exhibited 
their prize animals like experienced showmen. 
The close competition presented a problem for 
the judges, Mr. Donald J. Balch of the Uni- 
versity of Vermont, and Mr. Luther Belden of 



Hatfield, Massachusetts. After much delibera- 
tion, David Belden was named Premier Show- 
man. James Swol received second honors as 
Reserve Premier Showman, and Bill Tredo was 
chosen for the Honorable Mention spot. 

To relieve some of the tension among the 
contestants, and to add a little humor, two 
special events were run. The local sororities 
supplied girls for the co-ed milking contest. This 
turned out to be a lot of fun for everyone. Then, 
showing his skill once more, Dave Belden won 
the Bucking Barrel Contest, with Jon Black 
placing second. 

The whole show would not have been possi- 
ble without the help of "Doc" Baker and all of 
the Herdsmen on the University Farm. Our 
grateful appreciation is extended to all who 
helped to make the show a success. 










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Varsity "S" Club 




FRONT ROW, left to right: P. Lepkowski, C. Christie, J. 
Gunnery, R. McDonough, P. Bleau, J. Mulcahy. SECOND 
ROW: P. Brooks, W. Hare II, R. Gray, R. Hiltz, E. Wood, 
C. Frost, R. Costantino. THIRD ROW: Coach. S. Kosa- 



kowski, C. Gately, C. Huff, C. Nelson, D. Glazier, A. Clayton, 
P. Flagg, B. Keohan. FOURTH ROW: P. Condon, J. Brou- 
illet, E. Henderson, D. Dowd, R. Goyette, D. Brazell, P. 
Garvey. 



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Judiciary 



FRONT ROW, left to right: James 
Mulcahy, Marilyn Fox, David Skillin. 
SECOND ROW: Bruce Cottrell, Wil- 
liam Cronin, Robert Cook. 



Freshman Class Officers 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Alfred Clayton, Charles Gately, Barbara Johnston, John Gunnery. 




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