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Foreword 

The staff of Stosag is proud to present 
this yearbook to the class of 1961. Since 
the start of the Stockbridge School of Ag- 
riculture at the University of Massachu- 
setts in 1918, it has been the goal of every 
graduating class to achieve a high stand- 
ard of education. However, it was not 
until the graduating class of 1961 that the 
granting of the Associate Degree was ap- 
proved. Future classes will receive the de- 
gree, but they can never feel the satisfac- 
tion of this milestone as the members of 
this graduating class do. 

A yearbook perpetuates the traditions 
and spirit of a college course in the 
minds of its graduates; and what better 
method of preserving these, so adding to 
the honor and dignity of the Two- Year 
course than to base the foundation of 
every edition of the Stosag upon them? 
If, when you pick up this book in the 
future, it brings back pleasant memories 
of college life, we will have achieved our 
goal. 



Our New Mascot — 
THE MINUTEMAN 



Stockbridge School 

of Agriculture 

University of 



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After being graduated from Michigan State 
University in 1941, Mr. Gordon S. King worked 
for the B. F. Goodrich Company on one of their 
African plantations. On his return he accepted' 
the position of Assistant City Arbortist for the 
City of Lansing, Michigan. 

In 1950 Mr. King was appointed Assistant pro- 
fessor of Aboriculture here at Stockbridge. He 
received his Master's degree from the University 
of Massachusetts in 1956, and was promoted to 
Associate Professorship. 

For the past three years Mr. King has been ad- 
visor to the Student Senate, and has joined us in 
our struggles to achieve a higher scholastic stand- 
ard for ourselves and for the School. He has been 
more than a friend, advisor, or helping hand ; for 
without his help and understanding many of the 
projects which are now completed would never 
have been possible. 





We owe a lot to Mr. King. Therefore, although 
our gratitude could never be fully shown, we, the 
Class of '61, should like to express a small part of 
our sincere appreciation by dedicating this 43rd 
edition of our yearbook to Mr. Gordon S. King. 



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President John W. Lederle 




OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 







President's Message 



The University at Massachusetts la justly 
proud of the Stockbrldge School. In recognition of 
Ita quality and effectiveness, the Board of Trustees 
has unanimously approved the grant to Stockbrldge 
graduates lo June of 1961 of the degree of Associate 
tn Agriculture. I am pleased that during my first 
year at the University such an added distinction coul< 
he awarded to a group which has through Che years 
demonstrated outstanding spirit and unity, and whose 
alumni enthusiasm has been most helpful. I am con- 
fident that Che Stockbrldge School ulll continue to 
contribute importantly to the educational program of 
our dynamic University. 

/5Stin M. Le^rlV- 
^President 



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Provost Shannon McCune 




MESSAGE FOR STOSAG 

Levi Stockbridge was a colorful figure in our University history. He combined a 
thorough training in practical farming with a desire to extend his knowledge and 
the knowledge of others in the field of agriculture. I trust that the graduates of 
the Stockbridge School will take pride in the traditions of their University and of 
their School which bears Levi Stockbridge's name. 

I am sorry that my assignment abroad will make it impossible for me to be at the 
Stockbridge graduation when the first associate in agriculture degrees are to be 
offered. This is another milestone in the history of the School. My best wishes go 
with each of you as you leave the University community. I trust that you will take 
a deep interest as loyal and active alumni in the future of the Stockbridge School. 
Your education on this campus and in your work program have enhanced your 
capabilities to be productive and sincere citizens, worthy descendants of Levi 
Stockbridge. 



Shannon McCune 
Provost 




Director Fred P. Jeffrey 



The Class of 1961 will be remembered as the first one 
whose members received the Associate Degree upon 
graduation. This has been made possible through the 
work of both students and faculty and the active assistance 
of former Provost McCune and President Lederle. 

During the past two years your director has not had 
sufRcient time to really look after the Stockbridge stu- 
dents because of his responsibilities as Acting Dean of the 
College of Agriculture. Under these conditions it has been 
gratifying to find leaders in the Class of 1961 who have 
worked long and hard for the welfare of the school. I wish 
each one of you happiness and best wishes. 



OFFICE STAFF 

It may truly be said that the completion of the great 
amount of work which the Stockbridge School office has 
to cope with should surely never be accomplished with- 
out the dedication and tireless effort of the office staiT it- 
self. 

The Editor and members of the Stosag Board wish to 
give special thanks for the patience and time afforded 
us by the staff in helping us complete the many routine 
and not so routine tasks that we asked of them. 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Kacia A. Majkowski, Katherine M. 
Heffernan. SECOND ROW: (Standing) Fred P. Jeffery, Director. 



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JOHN S. BAILEY 
mology — B.S.; M.S. 



Associate Professor of Po- 



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





LYLE L. BLUNDELL 
Architecture — B.S. 



Professor of Landscape 



ALFRED W. BOICOURT 
culture — B.S. ; M.S. 



Professor of Flori- 



HERSGHEL G. ABBOT — Assistant Professor of 
Forestry — B.S. ; M.F. 

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




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

JOHN E. BEAM — Instructor of Dairy and Ani- 
mal Science — B.S. 




ROBERT S. BOND 


— Instructor of Forestry — 


B.S.;M.F. 




ERNEST M. BUCK 


— Assistant Professor of Dairy 


and Animal Science - 


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KENNETH L. BULLIS — Professor of Veterinary 
Science and Head of Department — M.S. ; D.V.M. 

JAMES W. CALLAHAN — Assistant Professor 
of Agricultural Economics — B.S. ; M.S. 





NORMAN G. COURNOYER — Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Food Technology — L.L.B. 

BRADFORD D. CROSSMON — Professor of 
Farm Management — B.S. ; M.S. ; M.P.A. 



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MARRON S. DUBOIS — Instructor of English — 
B.A. 

WILLIAM B. ESSELEN — Head of Department 
of Food Technology — B.S.; M.S. ; Ph.D. 



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

DAVID A. EVANS — Assistant Professor of 
Dairy and Animal Science — B.S. ; M.S. ; Ph.D. 



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

THOMAS W. FOX — Head of Department of 
Poultry Husbandry — B.S. ; M.S. ; Ph.D. 




ARTHUR P. FRENCH — Head of Department of 
Horticulture — B.S.; M.S.; Ph.D. 

HAROLD GATSLICK — Associate Professor of 
Forestry — B.S.; M.S.; Ph.D. 




DENZEL J. HANKINSON — Head of Departmeni 
of Dairy and Animal Science — B.S.; M.S.; Ph.D. 

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





GEORGE B. GODDARD — Instructor of Floricul- 
ture — B.S.; M.S. 

TOM S. HAMILTON, JR. — Assistant Profes- 
sor of Landscape Architecture — B.F.A. 





ERNEST A. JOHNSON — Instructor of Agricul- 
tural Engineering — B.S.; M.S. 

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





DONALD R. LAMBERT 
Technology — B.S.; M.S. 



Instructor of Food 



EDWARD P. LARKIN — Assistant Professor of 
Bacteriology — B.S.; M.S.; Ph.D. 



ARTHUR S. LEVINE — Professor of Food Tech- 
nology — B.S. ; M.S. ; Ph.D. 

WILLIAM J. LORD — Assistant Professor of 
Pomology — B.S.; M.S.; Ph.D. 



ROBERT W. KLEES — Head of Department of 
Agricultural Engineering — B.S.; M.S.; Ph.D. 



STEPHAN R. KOSAKOWSKI 
fessor of Physical Education. 



Assistant Pro- 





DEANE LEE — Associate Professor of Agricultural 
Economics — B.S.; M.S. 

THEODORE W. LEED — Associate Professor of 
Food Marketing — B.S.; M.S.; Ph.D. 





WILLIAM P. MacCONNELL 
sor of Forestry — B.S. ; M.F. 



Associate Profes- 



JOSEPH C. MAWSON — Instructor of Forestry 
— B.S.; M.S. 



EDWARD S. PIRA 
Engineering — B.S. 



Instructor of Agricultural 



FRANK E. POTTER — Assistant Professor of 
Dairy and Animal Science — B.S. ; M.S. ; Ph.D. 






DONALD M. MAYNARD — Instructor of Oleri- 
culture — B.S. ; M.S. 

WILLIAM J. MELLEN — Associate Professor of 
Poultry Husbandry — B.S.; M.S.; Ph.D. 




PAUL N. PROCOPIO — Associate Professor of 
Landscape Architecture — B.S. ; M.S. 



OLIVER C. ROBERTS 
Pomology — B.S. ; M.S. 



Associate Professor of 




DONALD E. ROSS 

Assistant Professor of Floriculture — B.S. 

FRANK R. SHAW 

Associate Professor of Entomology — B.S.; M.S. 
Ph. D. 



RUSSELL E. SMITH 

Professor of Veterinary Science — B.S.; V.M.D. 

J. ROBERT SMYTH, JR. 

Professor of Poultry Husbandry — B.S.; M.S.; 
Ph. D. 




RICHARD STROMGREN 

Instructor of Speech — B.S.; M.A. 

HARVEY L. SWEETMAN 

Professor of Entomology — B.S.; M.S.; Ph. D. 




GRANT B. SNYDER 

Professor of Olericulture — B.S. A.; M.S. 



HERBERT G. SPINDLER 

Assistant Professor of Agricultural Economics 
B.A.; M.B.A. 




JOSEPH TROLL — Instructor of Agronomy — 
B.S.; M.S. 

ALDEN P. TUTTLE — Assistant Professor of 
Olericulture — B.S.; M.S. 






MARTIN E. WEEKS — Professor of Pomology — 
B.S.; Ph.D. 

ELLSWORTH H. WHEELER — Professor of 
Entomology — B.S.; M.S.; Ph.D. 



LESTER F. WHITNEY — Assistant Professor or 
Agricultural Engineering — B.S.; M.S. 

KAROL S. WISNIESKI — Instructor of Bacteri- 
ology and Public Health — B.S.; M.P.H. 




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



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Landscape Operations Club 

The Landscape Operations Club has met on the second Tuesday of each month 
during the past academic year. The Club has been ably led by Dick Dumaine as 
President; Richard Grey, Vice President; Douglas Chapman, Secretary; and Ed- 
ward Orlando, Treasurer. 

The program supplements class lecture material with outside speakers who are 
experts in their field. A question-and-answer period usually follows, with Professor 
Blundell, adviser to the Club, also participating. At the end of the year the Club 
holds its annual banquet. 



Ut ROW, 1 to r; T. Aalto; B. Ahlquist; R. Gray; D. Chap- 
man; E. Orlando; P. Flagg; R. Trudel. 2nd ROW: J. 
Hunt; G. Holway; J. Dempsey; S. Hawkins; D. Weaver; 



D. Dowd 3rd ROW: B. Altmon; K. Stevens; T. Friedberg; 
R. Lounsbury; H. Schmidt; R. Schoate. 





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1st ROW, 1 to r: J. Lupton; D, Lumsden; A. Cameron; R. McKenzie; R. Depres; P. Santucci 
2nd ROW, S. Taft; E. Shumway; R. Floyd; P. Hayes; W. Newcomb. 



This year the Arbor Club was right in the swing of 
things from the beginning of the year. We started off 
with a contest, with the seniors challenging the fresh- 
men. The contest consisted of tree climbing, rope 
climbing, logsawing, rope throwing, and shinnying. The 
seniors won; but when challenged by the freshmen to a 
rope pull across the college pond, they took the dunking 
in high spirits. 

Professor King was our first speaker of the year, and 
spoke of his work as forester on a rubber plantation in 
Africa. His talk was accompanied by slides. 

Professor Putala, of the Botany Department, ex- 
plained the process of coal formation in a very educa- 
tional and interesting manner, typical of him. 




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Poultry 



During 1960-1961 the Poultry Science Club has 
expanded its program under the leadership of 
Charles Wabeck as President, Kick Lounsbury as 
Vice-President, Nancy R. Smith as Secretary- 
Treasurer, and Robert F. Smith as faculty advisor. 

The initial meeting was a coffee hour held at 
Stockbridge House on campus, which gave the 
new members opportunity to meet informally with 
the poultry faculty. Subsequent meetings in- 
cluded motion pictures on poultry subjects. Mr. 
Stanley Reed, district manager of Wirthmore Feed, 
spoke about opportunities in salesmanship in the 
feed industry. Dean Jeffrey of the College of Ag- 
riculture explained some of the problems of in- 
dustry recruitment and the opportunities open to 
people trained in the field of Poultry Science. 

Affiliation was re-established with the National 
Collegiate Poultry Club, an organization serving 
to correlate the efforts of the several poultry clubs 
at colleges throughout the country. 

The academic year's activities traditionally ter- 
minated with a banquet and evening of fellowship. 




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ROW / — D. Lyon; R. Gowey; J. Roberts; H. Abbot. R. Mitchell 
F. Root; J. Mukahey; D. Merry; R. Cormier; C. Cotter; J. Brown 
V. Dunn. ROW 2 — R. Harmon; R. Edger; K. Johnson; H. Holmes 
D. Briggs; C. Harris; L. Lozzi; K. Rockwood; D. Glaziers; C. Huff 
B. Cottrell; J. Haskins; M. Jensen; R. Chadwick. ROW 3 — S. Jenks; 
J. Long; D. Wells; J. Steele; R. Mason; R. Rogers; S. Dumont; L. 
Morrow; R. Douthrite; J. White; W. Olds; W. Monahan; T. Cran- 
ston B. Marriott. ROW 4 — T . Doherty; J. Tamulen; M. Roudy; R. 
Cook; D. Towne; R. Fountaine; B. Morin; J. Kristoff: J. Mitchell; J. 
Doherty; B. Johnston; H. Gill; R. Stuart. 



The Animal Husbandry Club is a stu- 
dent organization composed primarily of 
Animal Science majors in the University 
and Stockbridge School. 

The Club meets on the second Wed- 
nesday of every month for a short business 
meeting followed by a speaker chosen from 
outstanding individuals in agriculture. 

One of the year's outstanding talks was 
presented by Donald Watson, Editor, "New 
England Homestead," who presented his 
views of agriculture behind the "Iron Cur- 
tain." 

Annually, the Club sponsors the "Little 
International Livestock Show," a major 
activity for all Animal Science majors. 

It is anticipated that another successful 
year's activities will be topped off with the 
traditional steak-fry held as the final club 
activity in May. 





Ut ROW, 1 to r: K. Shield; E IncoIIingo; J. Grant; D. Carpenter; P. Martin; H. Borggaard; 
2nd ROW: J. Dirr; Russell; L. Valley; J. Pollard; P. Simeone; A. Levesque; J. Holden. 



Olericulture Club 



The Olericulture Club met once in Bowditch Hall 
to hear an informal talk on vegetable growing in the 
Southwest. Slides were shown and refreshments were 
served after the meeting. Mr. Tuttle, advisor, super- 
vised the group this year. 

Last November the Club erected a small toolshed 
near a bean patch in the Horticultural Show. Mr. 
Tuttle lent some bean trellises and sod was cut from 
a neighboring hillside. 



At a recent meeting, a decision to unite the flower, 
fruit, and vegetable clubs for a varied and more ed- 
ucationally profitable year was proposed. Three of 
four meetings with speakers and movies could be ar- 
ranged, as well as some suppers and social events. Al- 
though the new Horticulture Club would be larger, 
the' Olericulture Department feels it would gain by 
pooling its resources with the Floriculture and Pom- 
ology Departments. 



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FIRST ROW: 1 to r: J. Allen; R. Stansifer; W. Anderson; R. VanderHoeff; K. Mead. SEC- 
OND ROW: S. McCoy; B. Huritz; A. Margosian; L. Huston; H. Michas. 



Food Distribution 



Incepted this year, Food Distribution is a new 
club providing many informative and interesting in- 
sights into today's dynamic food industry. Meetings 
are held every Wednesday evening in the Student 
Union Building, where informative lecture-group dis- 
cussions are presented by top industry men. Ken 
Mead, President; and Richard Vanderhoeflf, Vice 
President have done an excellent job of organizing 
the activities, field trips, and meetings, coordinated 
advised by Dr. Theodore W. Leed of the Department 



of Agricultural Economics. 

Due to the efforts of our officers, and especially Dr. 
Leed, we have had such outstanding industry leaders 
as Presidents, and General Managers of Food 
Chains, Research and Development men. Warehous- 
ing and Distribution Directors, and various other 
speakers. These men provided a keen insight into 
the problems faced in the industry today. 



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FRONT ROW left to right: P. Williams; W. Cook; M. 
Fritz; J. Hodder; J. Picco; R. Kurchian; M. AUesio. SEC- 
OND ROW: W. Hultgren; P. Banks; W. Zubrin; G. 



Modig; P. Thayer; P. Wetterlow; D. Chapman. THIRD 
ROW: R. Kurek; J. Dolby; W. Mistretta; D. Smith; M. 
Graham; S. Heath; E. Emino. 



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The Flori Club is an organization to 
which all interested students may belong. 
Monthly meetings are held at French Hall, 
with guest speakers including prominent 
designers from neighboring florists' shops, 
owners of large greenhouse ranges, and in- 
terested faculty members of the past and 
present. 

The Club enjoys a yearly field trip to 
Pierson's and Spaulding's in Connecticut, 
the former being one of the biggest green- 
house ranges in the East. 

The officers for 1960-1961 are as fol- 
lows: President, Millard Fritz; Vice- 
President, Peter Schwamb; Secretary, 
Ann Frazier; Treasurer, Cynthia Stiles; 
Senate Representative, James Hodder; Ad- 
visor, Mr. Randolph Jester. 



The Steward's Club is an organization whose main purpose is 
to further the relationship between its members and the hotel 
and restaurant industry. 

During the year, the Club catered to several of the parties 
which were held on campus including the International Food 
Technologist's Luncheon, the Newcomer's Tea, the dedication 
of Bartlett Hall and the Food Seminar. The Club also prepared 
and served President Lederle's Christmas Party in the Ballroom. 

Membership is made up of the Food Management majors of 
the Stockbridge School. Last fall all the members with their ad- 
visor went on a field trip to Kendall Caterers in Fitchburg. Here 
they met various men who were connected with the catering as- 
pect of our industry and were served a delicious hot buffet. 

Frequent business meetings are held in the Student Union. 
The Stewards, do not devote all their time to work, however; 
they had a very nice Christmas party catered to them before 
vacation. 




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FRONT ROW, left to right: L. Greenstein; W. Cronin; 
J. Gunnery; J. Gagliard; G. Gerkowski; J. Garrity; A. 
Clayton; K. Hollis; J. Brooks. ROW TWO: A. Morrison; 
K. Risdale; B. Baldwin; N. Labelle; D. Knauber; A. Cot- 



oni; W. Allen; ROW THREE: B. Hare; P. Dilger; L. Por- 
ter; B. Anderson, L. McNutt; R. Ciesluk; B. Andersen; B. 
Allen. 




Left to right: L. Ring, D. Washburn, M. Guidon, J. Farrington. 



Pomology 



The Pomology Club, comprised of 2 and 4 year cane Kniffen system of training vines was the main 
students, was led this year by Lew Ring, President; object in the display. 



Dave Cheney, Vice President; Bruce Ogelby, Secre- 
tary, and Daniel Washburn, Treasurer. 



The Club holds meetings once a month and has 
invited speakers as the program. These speakers in- 



The main project undertaken this year was the formed the members of the future in the fruit indus- 
Club's exhibit in the annual Horticultural Show in try and of the latest scientific achievements in fruit 
the Curry Hicks Cage. A grape vine showing the four propagation. 

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Under the advisership of Instructor Joseph Mowson, 
the Forestry Club's purpose is to maintain and stimulate an 
interest in forestry and wood products among the students. 
The Club is composed of University and Stockbridge stu- 
dents, with any member able to hold office. 

The Forestry Club meets once a month at Skinner Audi- 
torium, and at ever)' meeting prominent speakers are se- 
lected to lecture to the students on basic and current trends 
in the field of forestry. 

The Club conducts many social events the first of which 
was a roast beef dinner at our annual banquet in Novem- 
ber. In the spring we ended with a square and round dance 
which was enjoyed by faculty and students alike. 



Forestry Club 



1st ROW, 1 to r: J. Lewis; R. Creighton; D. Brooks; R. 
Goyette; R. Leach; J. Rastallis; T. A. Perron; K. Bryant. 
2nd ROW: J. Garcia; N. Malkasian; R. Kenney; A. 



Parker; D. Faron; E. Merski; G. Duggan. 3rd ROW: 
J. Hammar; P. Woodcock; R. Phipps; F. Mazouski; R. 
Clark; P. Uhlendorf; R. Hydis. 




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1st ROW, 1. to r: W. Hultgren; R. Fontaine; H. Schmidt; P. Banks; W. Cook. 2nd ROW, 
Adviser, Richard Stromgren; D. Glazier; D. Lyon, Editor. 



STOSAG BOARD 



Though a lack of student co-operation ham- 
pered the Stosag Board's activities this past year, 
the yearbook has been successfully completed with 
the help of a few dedicated individuals. 

Our work during the past year has been ham- 
pered by a new staff and new advisers. Our pub- 
lishers, Progress Publishers of Albany, New York, 
has merged with American Yearbook Company of 
Hannibal, Missouri, which has resulted in a 
bigger and better yearbook with much more help 
for the staff. 



This year also marks a new milestone in Stosag 
history. A complete yearbook including com- 
mencement weekend and graduation pages, is 
being published for the first time this year. 

We would like to thank those people who con- 
tributed pictures to supplement those taken by 
Loring Studios, our official photographer. We 
would also like to thank those persons who did 
writeups and who helped in identification of pic- 
tures so that this would be the best yearbook pub- 
lished by any Stosag Board. 



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The Student Senate again enjoyed a fruitful 
year under the expert guidance of its officers and 
efforts of its members. 

Perhaps the greatest achievement of the Senate 
was the inception of the Associate Degree. This 
scholastic milestone was ably spearheaded by Joe 
Garrity and his committee. 

The annual Sno-Ball Dance, sponsored by the 
Stockbridge Senate, was held in the Student Un- 
ion Ballroom and was considered by many to be 



the best Sno-Ball Dance ever held. 

The Annual Progress Banquet, which was again 
organized and directed by the Student Senate was 
held on March 27 at the Student Union Ballroom. 
Roast rounds of beef served by Kendall Caterers 
were enjoyed by all. 

The Senate wishes to thank the student body 
for their support which helped make the year a 



Student Senate 



1st ROW, 1 to r: L. Coyle; R. Goyette; A. Clayton; 
J. Gunnery; B. Johnston; B. Cottrell; D. Glazier, J. 
Rastallis. 2nd ROW: J. Gagliard; A. Cameron; J. 



Hodder; C. Cotter; J. Allen; J. Garraty; R. Trudell. 
3rd ROW: W. Olds; J. Grant; P. O'Conner; R. 
Rourke; J. White; W. Cronin; R. Lee; D. Lyon. 




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1st ROW, 1 to r: L. MacNutte; R. Hajdys; C. Nelson; R. Stenberg; R. Mitchell; J. Orlando; 
T. Blood. 2nd ROW: P. Lounsbury, D. Washburn; T. Cranston; F. Lotter; L. Valley; B. 
Allen; R. Ciesluk. 



The Club Officers this year were: President, Rich- 
ard Stenberg; Vice-president, Edward Orlando; Sec- 
retary-Treasurer, James Mitchell; Executive Officer, 
Daniel Washburn; Team Captain, Charles Nelson; 
and Coach, Colonel Marchant. 

1960-61 marked the second year of active com- 
petition for the Stockbridge Rifle Team, with 18 
opponents scheduled from California to Maine. Re- 
turning lettermen Dick Nelson, Fred Lotter, Ray Cie- 
sluk and Dick Stenberg had over forty new candi- 
dates battling them for places on a team which 

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showed considerable improvement over last season's 
effort. 

Up to publishing time the Stockbridge team had 
won 8 out of the 16 matches fired in its 18-match 
schedule. A loss to the University of North Carolina 
by six points was offset by a win over North Dakota 
State University by 3 points in the club's tangles with 
larger schools, and the riflemen have hopes of mak- 
ing Stockbridge a team to be respected by other col- 
leges and universities around the country. 



Stockbridge 


Opponents 


1960 


1310 


1244 


Oct. 18 


1320 


1283 


25 


1315 


1073 


Nov. 1 


1320 


1326 


8 


1320 


1401 


8 


1323 


1407 


29 


1322 


1335 


29 


1320 


1119 


Dec. 6 


1326 


1323 


13 

1961 


1325 


1382 


Jan. 10 


1326 


Forfeit 


10 


1324 


1393 


31 


1324 


1276 


31 


1319 


1395 


Feb. 7 


1340 


1305 


14 


1332 


Forfeit 


14 



1269 



1141 



New York State U. Agr. & Tech. Institute 

Kenyon College, Ohio 

Alliance College, Pennsylvania 

University of North Carolina 

Rose Polytechnic Institute, Indiana 

Missouri School of Mines 

Trinidad State Jr. College, Colorado 

Citrus College, California 

North Dakota State Universty 

Colorado School of Mines 
University of Kansas City 
Knox College, Illinois 
Nasson College, Maine 
Central Michigan University 
Marshall College, West Virginia 
Kings College, Pennsylvania 

SHOULDER-TO-SHOULDER 

Nov. 30 Air Force ROTC, Univ. of Mass. 




1st ROW, 1. to r: J. Di Franza, D. Brooks, H. Gill; 2nd ROW: B. Cottrell; 
D. Robertson; J. Mitchell. 



The Judiciary did an excellent job of trying 
cases involving infractions of school rules. Dennis 
Brooks was elected Chief Justice for the school 
year 1960-61. 

Harry Gill was elected to fill the post that was 
vacated by William Cronin, who did not return to 
school. 



There were seven candidates for the three fresh- 
man posts on the Judiciary. The two regulars 
elected were Douglas Robertson and James Mitch- 
ell, with Gerald Di Franza elected as the alternate 
member. 



Judiciary 



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1st ROW, I to r: C. Cotter; R. Dothwright; L. Morrow; R. Ross. 2nd ROW: R. Mottolo; 
A. Levesque; K. Stiles. 



F. F. A. 



On September 7, 1960, the Stimson-Heald Collegiate Chapter of the Future 
Farmers of America was reactivated with Dr. Jones as our Advisor. The Chapter 
has a membership of 30 people. 

Officers elected were: 

President Richard Ross 

Vice-President Charles Cotter 

Secretary Richard Mottolo 

Treasurer Norman Eykel 

Reporter Christopher Baring 

Sentinel Kenneth Stiles 

Chaplain Arthur Levesque 

The Club's activities this year included the installation of Chapter officers at Vo- 
cational Agricultural High Schools, and a display in the Student Union lobby for 
the National F.F.A. week. 

The last event of the year featured Mr. Fred P. Jeffrey, Acting Dean of the Col- 
lege of Agriculture and Director of the short course who spoke about the recently 
inaugurated Associate Degree. 



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Members of Stosag; 1 to r. ; R. Ellis; R. Fontaine; B. Morin; R. Sullivan; S. Hawkins. SEC- 
OND ROW: W. Baronas; C. Adams; T. Cranston; H. Gill; P. Bleau; R. McKenzie. 



STOSAG— CLASS OF 1961 



(Twenty Second annual election by Stockbridge 
Faculty Advisory Committee to encourage and rec- 
ognize high scholastic ability and sound practical 
training. Average grade must be 3.4 quality points or 
better to qualify. Names place in order of ranking.) 
Raymond George Fontaine — Animal Science 

Gardner 
Robert William Sullivan — T urf Maintenance 

Westfield 
Richard Leon Ellis — Food Management 

Wilmington, Vermont 
Harold Priestly Gill, Jr. — Animal Science 

South Hadley 
John David Mulhearn — Turf Maintenance 

Worcester 
Charles Adams — Dairy Technology 

Northampton 



Thomas Gardner Cranston — Animal Science 

Ashfield 
David Rockwell Weaver — Landscape Operations 

Marston Mills 
William Otto Hultgren — Floriculture 

Charlton 
Richard McKenzie — Arborculture 

Hingham 
Kenneth William Mead — Food Distribution 

Arlington 
Brent Wilfred Morin — Animal Science 

Cambridge 
William John Baronas — Dairy Technology 

South Deerfield 
Paul Albert Bleau — Animal Science 
Stuart Duane Hawkins — Landscape Operations 

Blue Point, L.L, N.Y. 



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1st ROW, 1. to r: D. Brazell; E. Henderson; N. Beaure- 
gard; E. Wood; A. Clayton; C. Peckham; W. Smith. 
2nd ROW: B. Perry; B. Golonka; G. Dickie, C. Harris; 
D. Hajdys; T. Muir; J. MacDonald. 3rd ROW: J. 
Brown; D. Adams; K. Rodel; R. Trudell; P. Flagg; R. 



Morse; C. Nelson. 4th ROW: C. Frost ; R. Mc- 
Donough; P. Woodcock; R. Mitchell; R. Powell; R. 
Desilets; K. Johnson. TOP ROW: W. Hare; Coach 
Kozakowski; L. Blacquier. 



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We started the year out with a game 
against Worcester Academy. Stockbridge 
did well until Worcester took to the air 
and from then on we went downhill. 

A week later we traveled to Mt. Her- 
mon School with high hopes. Mt. Her- 
mon had lost most of their better players 
in the graduating senior class. We were 
surprised to find a well drilled team and 
suffered another loss. 





Deerfield Academy was over-confident and we 
gave them a hard time until the half. The second 
half they got back on their feet and we began to 
tire as we showed lack of practice. They beat us 
by 3 touchdowns. 

The next two weeks Coach Steve Kosakowski 
gave us a work out that we will never forget. He 
ran our legs off. The practice paid oflF as we went 
against U. Mass. Frosh and gave them a run for 
their money. 



we beat Monson Academy. We all had a change 
to play any position we wanted and enjoyed every 
minute of it. Chuck Harris made two attempts to 
kick a field goal and made the second one. 

We all enjoyed playing even though we didn't 
have a winning season. 

We give our thanks to Coach Steve Kosakowski 
for his time and effort and wish him the best of 
luck next year. 



Our last game was the highlight of the year as 












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Progress 
Banquet 



The Progress Banquet, again run by the Stock- 
bridge Senate, was quite successful. Kendall Ca- 
terers of Fitchburg, Massachusetts, served a sump- 
tous meal enjoyed by all. 

Dean Jeffrey first named the members of Stosag, 
the Stockbridge School Honor Society. 

Colonel John C. Marchant, coach of the Stock- 
bridge Rifle Team, presented awards to the mem- 
bers of the Rifle Team. 

Next, Richard Berquist, coach of the Stock- 
bridge Basketball Team, presented awards to the 
members of the team. Carlton Huff received the 
most valuable player award in basketball. 



Following tradition. Coach Kosakowski was the 
longest winded of the many speakers; he then pre- 
sented awards to the Track Team comprised of 
Paul Bleau, Robert Cormier. Thomas Steeves, 
Stockbridge's outstanding gymnast and also man- 
ager of the University's gymnast team, received an 
award for his outstanding performance in gym- 
nastics. Coach Kosakowski then presented awards 
to the Stockbridge Football Team with the out- 
standing award going to Everett Wood. 

Congratulations to all those who represented 
Stockbridge so well in so many fields of interest 
and to those who worked to organize the banquet. 



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Basketball 




Opening practice sessions began with a vigorous 
group of candidates, under the leadership of 
coach, Dick Berquist. The coach had a fine aggre- 
gation of good offensive and defensive plays, 
which the team had many chances to put into 
effect. The returning veterans, captain Bob Goy- 
ette, Carl Huff, Al Clayton, Denny Dowd, and Bob 
Hiltz had a hard fight retaining their positions be- 
cause the freshmen were set to move them out. 

The first half of the season was shaded with 
losses. As the team became better acquainted to 
each others moves, the light began to shine. The 
cage was wild, as the second half of the season 
opened with the submerging of Monson Academy. 



After suffering another close game with North- 
ampton Commercial College, we had an exciting 
three game winning streak. 

Without the high scoring ability of the fresh- 
men teammates, we would not have been able to 
average a score of 60 points per game. Having had 
only 2 wins in the last season the team was deter- 
mined and ultimately successful in surpassing this 
goal. 

With such promising freshmen, the team is 
assured of a successful basketball season next year 
for Stockbridge. 



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Because of an unusually large group we are not able to supply all of the names with 
these group shots. However Everett Wood received the Most Outstanding Player 
Award in Football, and Carlton Huff received the Most Outstanding Player Award 
in Basketball. 



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Sfi^eeial ^etcvctce^ 




Sno-BaU 



This year's Winter Carnival Weekend 
proved successful with the help of "Old 
Man Winter" who gave us an abundant 
snowfall and frigid temperatures. 

The highlight of the weekend was the 
Annual Sno-Ball Dance with music pro- 
vided by the "tardy" Tony Abbot Orches- 
tra. 

President and Mrs. Lederle, and Dean and 
Mrs. Jeffreys, the guests of honor. They, 
along with the other couples, throughly 
enjoyed dancing in the Ballroom decorated 
in the theme "Little Bit of Yesterday." 

To all who attended, the Sno-Ball dance 
proved to be a fitting climax to a most en- 
joyable Winter Carnival Weekend. 



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1st ROW, 1 to r: C. Huff; B. Johnston; R. Laprise; 2nd ROW: R. Sumner; N. Smith; D. 
Glazier; W. Merrill; P. Bleau. 



The 21st Little International Livestock 
Show was presented on March 18,1961 
by the Stockbridge Animal Husbandry 
seniors and the University Animal Science 
juniors. This is an annual event that is 
modeled after the International Livestock 
Show in Chicago. However, the students 
are judged on their ability to prepare, fit, 
and show their animals and not on the 
conformation or finish of the animals. 
This is because they have no control over 
feeding or selecting the animals. 

Fitting started several weeks in advance 
of the show. Rumor has it that the pig- 



men were planning to parade their hogs 
through the lobby of the Student Union. 
However, the pigs didn't cooperate. 

The top two winners in each class com- 
peted for the Premier Showmanship 
award. This coveted award was won by 
Miss Barbara Johnston, a Stockbridge 
Animal Husbandry senior. Reserve Pre- 
mier Showman was Robert Laprise and 
Carlton Tuff was given Honorable Men- 
tion. Both are Animal Husbandry seniors 
in Stockbridge. 



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For special events, the sorority girls 
gave us a lot of laughs as they competed 
in the "Co-ed Milking Contest." The 
girls are getting better. 

A new, unusual event was a Vermont 
sheep dog demonstration. Though ham- 
pered by limited space and sheep that 
were not familiar with a sheep dog, the 
dog showed his ability and gave a good 
demonstration. 

The show promotes sportsmanship and 
gives the students a feeling of the show 
ring. 



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Horticultural Show 




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Urban Gardens, the theme of the 48th armual Hor- 
ticultural Show combined the efforts of all the Stock- 
bridge majors and agricultural students of the uni- 
versity. The show was composed of seven separate 
urban gardens in conjunction with the students' 10 
X lO's and club exhibits. 

Awards were given for outstanding 10 x lO's and 
commercial exhibits at the Horticultural Banquet. 

The banquet, inaugurated this year, is to be an 
annual feature of the Horticultural Show. 

The florist shop, operated by the Floriculture stu- 
dents and the dining concession, operated by the 
Food Management students added to the public's en- 
joyment of the show. 

This year's show, we feel, fulfilled its purpose of 
stimulating the public into more garden conscious- 
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FRONT 1 to r: R. Lee; L. Coyle; D. Brooks; F. Marsh. 
MIDDLE: B. Cottrell; S. Hawkins (Secretary); N. Lebel 
(President); R. Allen (Vice President); J. Gunnery (Treas- 



urer); D. Glazier; R. Goyette. REAR: P. Flagg; J. Ger- 
kowski; Mrs. M. Dempsey; R. Dumaine; A. Clayton; D. 
Dowd. Missing (Adviser) Prof. L. Michelson. 



Alpha Tau Gamma 

In accordance with the progress made by the Stockbridge School, the Fraternity 
of Alpha Tau Gamma has taken a large stride forward. Under the careful super- 
vision of Gerry Gerkowski, steward, Normand Lebel, president, and all of the 
brothers and pledges, the house has installed an excellent and greatly needed 
kitchen and dining room. The addition is this years most worth-while endeavor. 
Another endeavor, die collecting of 17,000 cigarette packs, secured first place for us 
in the Marlboro Contest and won for us a fine stereo. 

The social life at ATG commenced with a smoker for the introduction of fresh- 
men to the House. Louie Alosso, social chairman 59, spoke to the boys on the ad- 
vantages of Fraternity Life. Many of the boys, forseeing the benefits and accepting 
the responsibilities, joined in on the Fall activities. A get-together of all Brothers, 
"Rushees" and their dates preceeded one of the biggest calendar events at UMass. 
The annual Home Coming Weekend was highlighted by the Float Parade, ATG's 
theme being "This Case Is Closed, UConn King" — (Sergeant Preston). 



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These gatherings of the first semester, includ- 
inar the Hort Show, ended with a tremendous 
Christmas party, which packed the House and 
applauded the visit of Santa Claus. The heavy 
snowfalls proved a double blessing in stranding 
some of the boys at the House to polish up the 
kitchen for its opening as well as in supplying 
ample raw material for the snow sculpture. 

During the course of the year ATG partici- 
pated in all of the I.F.C's activities; sports, sings, 
skits, theme parties and chariot races. The fun 
and acquaintances made more than compensate 
for our losses. February 24 and March 1 1 will 
be remembered, by the pledges as their sorest 
and most rewarding nights. 

Our lives have been enriched by the many 
friendships which were formed, not to remain 
during college, but for a life-time. We of ATG 
have worked and played together as a team, 
whether it be in studies or extra curricular ac- 
tivities. We will leave with very fond memories of 
our "Home away from home," and of "Ma" Mrs. 
Dempsey and "Dad" our house advisor Mr. 
Michelson. 

As we go our separate ways from the Univer- 
sity of Massachusetts and Alpha Tau Gamma into 
the vast rapidly progressing world we will always 
remember — "To the light at Bay States friend- 
ship, true we'll always be, — still shall gleam 
across our memories, good old A.T.G." Lest we 
never forget our Brothers, our standards, our 
ideals, — our motto. 

THE BROTHERS 




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In Memoriam 




WILLIAM HENSHEY 

William Henshey, an Arboriculture major in the class of 1961 met sudden 
death while on placement this past season. 

"Al," as he was better known to his friends was well liked by all that 
knew him. He was also very active in extracurricular activities in addition 
to maintaining a good academic standard. Our sincere sympathy is ex- 
tended to his parents and family as well as his many friends. 



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Senior Class Officers 




SITTING left to right: (Treasurer), Barbara Johnston (Secretary), 
Donald Glaziers (President) , Alfred L. Clayton (Vice President). 



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HARTWELL B. ABBOT, JR. 

"Brownie" 
Randolph Center, Vt. 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Putney School, Farm, Put- 
ney, Vermont. 
ACTIVITIES: An. Hus. Club 1,2; Little 

International 2 ; Dairy Classic 2. 
FUTURE PLANS : Dairy Farming. 



CHARLES ADAMS 

Northampton 
MAJOR: Dairy Technology. 
PLACEMENT: Calvin Ice Cream Co., 

Northampton, Mass. 
ACTIVITIES: Dairy Club 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Foreman, Ice Cream 

Plant. 



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ROBERT O. AHLQUIST 
Jamaica Plain 
MAJOR: Landscape Op. 
PLACEMENT: Arnold Arboretum, 
maica Plain. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1,2; Hort. Club 
1,2; Hockey 2; Inter-dormitory Council 
1 ; President of Dormitory 1 . 
FUTURE PLANS: Univ. of Mass. 



ROBERT CHARLES ALLEN 

"Bob" 

South Yarmouth 

MAJOR: Food Management. 

PLACEMENT: Riverway Lobster House, 

South Yarmouth. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2; Hort Show 
1,2,3; Campus Chest 1,2,3; Alpha Tau 
Gamma 1,2,3, Vice Pres. 3; Inter-frat. 
Sports 12,3; Food Seminar 12,3; New- 
man Club 1,2,3; Steward's Club 1,2,3. 
FUTURE PLANS: Further Educ. 



MICHAEL ALLESSIO 
"Mike" 

Dalton ^^^m 

MAJOR: Floriculture. ^^1 

PLACEMENT: Sugar Hill Nursery, fial- 

ton, Mass. 
ACTIVITIES: Floriculture Club 1,2; 4-H 
Club 1,2, Treas. 2; Square Dance Club 
1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Greenhouse. 



PAUL JOSEPH BANKS 
"Banksy" 
I Worcester 

IMAJOR: Floriculture. 
PLACEMENT: Sunnyslope Gardens, 

Westboro, Mass. 
ACTIVITIES: Stosag Board 2; Floricul- 
ture Club 1,2; Hort Show 1,2; Hort Club 
1 ; Social Director, Berkshire House. 
FUTURE PLANS: Further Education. 





WILLIAM J. BARONAS, JR. 

"Bill" 
South Deerfield 
MAJOR : Dairy Technology. 
PLACEMENT: H. P. Hood & Sons, 

Springfield. 
ACTIVITIES: Dairy Club 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Dairy. 



NORMAN H. BEAUREGARD 

"Hefty" 
Gardner 
MAJOR: Turf Maintenance. 
PLACEMENT: Ekwanok Country Club, 

Manchester, Vermont. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2; Hort Show 

1,2; Turf Club 1,2; Athletic Council 1. 
FUTURE PLANS: Sup' indent or Phys- 
ical Education. 



EDWARD G. BERNARD 

"Ed" 
Tewksbury 
MAJOR: Floriculture. 

PLACEMENT: Solvik Nej likeodling- 
Bileberga, Sewden. 
ACTIVITIES: Floriculture Club 1,2; Hort 

Show 1,2; Hockey 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Further Education. 



WAYNE W. BICKNELL 

"Bick" 

Chatham 

MAJOR: Landscape Operations. 

PLACEMENT: Old Colony Landscape, 

Weymouth. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 2; Hort Club 

2 ; Rifle Team 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Salesman in Nursery 
Products. 



DAVID I. BRAZELL 
"Dave" 
Athol 
MAJOR: Dairy Technology. 
PLACEMENT: Hilkrest Dairy, 
ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2; 
1,2; Dairy Club 1; Fraternity 
man Club 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 



Worcester. 
Basketball 
1,2; New- 



PAUL DENNIS BROOKS 
"Little D" 
Canton 
MAJOR: Forestry. 

PLACEMENT: U.S. Forest Service, Leav- 
enworth, Washington. 
ACTIVITIES: Student Council Judiciary 
1,2; Basketball Manager 1,2; Hort Show 
2; Alpha Tau Gamma 1,2; Forestry Club 
1,2; Inter-fraternity Sports 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Forest Ranger. 





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KIRK M. BRYANT 

"Woorcester" 
Worcester 
MAJOR: Forestry. 
PLACEMENT: H.C. Pond 
Auburn. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 

Club 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Work in 
ucts Industry. 



ALLAN CHARLES BUSS 
"Al" 
Granby 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
Co., PLACEMENT: University of Massachu- 
setts, Amherst. 
Forestry ACTIVITIES: Animal Husbandry Club 
1,2; Little International 2; Dairy Classic 
Wood Prod- 2. 

FUTURE PLANS: University of Massa- 
chusetts. 



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ALAN K. CAMERON 
"Al" 
Holyoke 
MAJOR: Arboriculture. 

PLACEMENT: Keating's Lancscape For- 
esters, Willimansett. 
ACTIVITIES: Square Dance Club 1,2; 
Outing Club 2; Hort Show 1,2; Student 
Council 2; Arboriculture Club 1,2; Chris- 
tian Association. 



DARIO G. CARPENTER 

"Spud" 
Middletown, Delaware 
MAJOR : Vegetable Crops. 
PLACEMENT: Home Sweet Home Farms, 

Inc., Middletown, Delaware. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1,2; Olericul- 
ture Club 1,2; Hort Club 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Farm Manager of 
Truck Farm. 



DOUGLAS J. CHAPMAN 

"Hoss" 

Belmont 

MAJOR: Landscape Operations. 

PLACEMENT: Earl B. Mosher, Inc. 

ACTIVITIES: Dairy Club 1, Hort Show 

1,2; Hort Club 1,2 (Treasurer). 
FUTURE PLANS: Transfer to Univer- 
sity. 



RAYMOND F. CIESLUK 
Webster 
MAJOR: Food Management. 
PLACEMENT: Howard Johnsons, Char- 
leton. 
ACTIVITIES: Food Management Club 
1,2. 





ALFRED LEROY CLAYTON 

"Alfie" 
Camden, New Jersey 

MAJOR: Food Management. 

PLACEMENT: Carroll's Tavern, Mana- 
hawkin, New Jersey. 

ACTIVITIES: Vice President 1,2; Treas- 
urer Student Council 1 ; Dance Com. 1 
Football 2; Basketball 2; Univ. Steward': 
Club 2; Hort Show 2; Campus Chest 1 
Alpha Tau Gamma; Christian Associa 
tion 1 ; Inter-fraternity Sports 1 
Counselor-Middlesex House. 

FUTURE PLANS: Own restaurant. 



JOHN FRANKLIN COOK 

"Cookie" 

Holyoke 

MAJOR: Turf Maintenance. 

PLACEMENT: Plttsfield Country Club, 

Pittsfield. 

ACTIVITIES: Student Council 1; Hort 

Show 1,2; Turf Management Club 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Superintendent of Golf 
Course. 



ROBERT BRUCE COOK 
"Bob" 
Clarksburg 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Falrfields Farm, Williams- 
town. 
ACTIVITIES: Dairy Club 1; An. Hu. 
Club 1,2; 4-H Club 1,2; Litter Interna- 
tional 1. 
FUTURE PLANS: Own and operate a 
dairy farm. 



WENDELL R. COOK 
"Cook" 
Middlefield 
MAJOR: Floriculture. 

PLACEMENT: Village Hill Nursery, Wil- 
liamsburg. 
ACTIVITIES: Stosag Board 2 (Art Edi- 
tor) Floriculture Club 1,2; Hort Show 
1,2; Christian Association 2; University 
Concert Band. 
FUTURE PLANS: Flower Design. 



CHARLES C. COTTER 

"Chuck" 
Attleboro Falls 

MAJOR: Animal Science. 

PLACEMENT: Taunton State Hospital, 
Taunton. 

ACTIVITIES: Student Council 2; Foot- 
ball 1; Dairy Club 1; An. Hus. Club 1,2; 
Little International 2; Dairy Classic 2; 
Future Farmers of America 2. 

FUTURE PLANS: Dairy Farming. 




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BRUCE COTTRELL 

"Cotch" 
Worthington 

MAJOR: Animal Husbandry. 

PLACEMENT: Sunnyside Ranch, South- 
wick. 

ACTIVITIES: Student 1,2; Basketball 1; 
An. Hs. Club 1,2; Little International 2; 
Fraternity 1,2; Dairy Classic 2; Inter- 
fraternity Sports 1,2. 

FUTURE PLANS: Further education in 
Veterinary Science. 



LAWRENCE WILLIAM COYLE 

"Larry" 
Lynn 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations. 
PLACEMENT: Christensen's Garden Cen- 
ter, Reading, 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1,2; Fraternity 
1,2; Hort Club 1; Inter-fraternity Sports 
1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Own a garden center. 



G. THOMAS CRANSTON 

"Tom" 
Ashfield 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Frank Eldridge, Shelburne 
Falls. 
ACTIVITIES: An. Hs. Club 1,2; Little 
International 2 ; Dairy Classic 2 ; Rifle 
Club. 
FUTURE PLANS : Further education. 



RICHARD G. CREIGHTON 

"Dunna" 
Townsend 
MAJOR: Forestry. 

PLACEMENT: Willamette National For- 
est, Lowell, Oregon. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 2; Forestry 

Club 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 



ARTHUR W. CROAK 

"B.utch" 
Dorchester 
MAJOR: Dairy Technology. 
PLACEMENT: H. P. Hood & Sons, Bos- 
ton. 
ACTIVITIES: Dairy Club 1,2; Dairy 

Classic 2. 
FUTURE PLANS : Further education. 



JOHN F. DEMPSEY 

"Jack" 

Jamaica Plain 

MAJOR : Landscape Operations 

PLACEMENT : Milton Nursery, Milton. 

ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1,2; Fraternity 

2; Hort Club 1,2; Football 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Landscape architec- 
ture. 





NORMAN C. DENNEHY 

"Norm" 

Marion 

MAJOR: Turf Maintenance. 

PLACEMENT: Vesper Country Club, 

Tyngsboro. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1,2; Turf Club 
1,2; Dormitory Counselor 1; Inter Dormi- 
tory Council 1 ; Veteran. 



JAMES G. DOHERTY 
"Jim" 
Arlington 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Appleton Farms, Ipswich. 
ACTIVITIES: An. Hs. Club 1,2; Little 
International 2 : Dairy Classic 2, Newman 
Club 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Further education. 



WILLIAM S. DONOVAN 
"Bill" 
Weymouth 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Medfield State Hospital. 
ACTIVITIES: Little International 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 



PAUL DORE 

"Sleepy" 
Ludlow 
MAJOR : Forestry. 

PLACEMENT: Int. Hood National For- 
est, Barlow District, Dufur, Oregon. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1; Forestry 
Club 1,2. 



DENNIS M. DOWD 

"Big D" 

Dover 

MAJOR: Landscape Operations. 

PLACEMENT: Town of Dover, Tree and 

Park Dept. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2; Basketball 1,2; 
Outing Club 1,2; Hort Show 1,2; Alpha 
Tau Gamma 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Trees and Landscap- 
ing consultant. 





RICHARD W. DUMAINE 
"Rick" 
Readfield, Maine 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations, 
PLACEMENT: Blueview Nursery, Canton. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 1; Hort Show 1,2; 
Fraternity 1,2; Hort Club 1,2; Christian 
Association 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Surveying for State of 
Maine. 



VALMORE DUNN 
"Val" 
Framingham 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Grafton State Hospital. 
ACTIVITIES: An. Hs. Club 2; Little In- 
ternational 1. 
FUTURE PLANS: Farmins?. 



JOSEPH LOUIS DUPONT, JR. 

"Joe" 
Lynn 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations. 
PLACEMENT: Kelsey Highlands Nursery, 

East Boxford. 
ACTIVITIES: Outing Club 2; Hort Show 

1,2 ; Hort Club 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Own and operate 
landscape and nursery business. 



RICHARD L. ELLIS 
"Dick" 

Wilmington, Vermont 
MAJOR: Food Management. 
PLACEMENT: Skyline Restaurant, 
boro, Vermont. 
ACTIVITIES: Stewards Club 2. 
FUTURE PLANS : Own restaurant. 



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WILLIAM J. EMERSON 

"Bill" 

Dalton 

MAJOR : Turf Maintenance. 

PLACEMENT: Walconah Country Club, 

Dalton. 

ACTIVITIES: Turf Club 1,2; Hort Show 

1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Golf course pro-super- 
intendent. 



LORES C. ESTES, JR. 

"Sonny" 

North Adams 

MAJOR: Animal Science. 

PLACEMENT: Mellow Meadows Farm, 

Walpole, New Hampshire. 

ACTIVITIES: Little International 2; 

Dairy Classic 2; Christian Association 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Agricultural missionary 
in Alaska. 








PHILIP N. FLAGG 

"Phil" 
Natick 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations. 
PLACEMENT: Wyman's Garden Center, 

Framingham. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2; Hort Show 
1,2; Fraternity 1,2; Hort Club 1,2; Inter- 
fraternity sports 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS : Further education. 



RICHARD G. FLOYD, JR. 
"Dick" 

Middleton 
MAJOR: Arboriculture. 
PLACEMENT: Osgood, Arborist, Middle 

ton. 
ACTIVITIES: Outing Club 2, Hort Show 

1,2. 



RAYMOND G. FONTAINE 

"Ray" 
Gardner 

MAJOR: Animal Science. 

PLACEMENT: Harold T. Wentworth, 
Amherst. 

ACTIVITIES: Stosag Board 2; Dairy 
Club 1; An Hs. Club 1,2; Little Interna- 
tional 2 ; Dairy Classic 2 ; Newman Club 
2; Commuters Club 1. 

FUTURE PLANS: Further Education. 



MAYER F. FRIEDBERG 

"Teddy" 
Wellesley 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations. 
PLACEMENT: Wyman's Nursery, Fram- 
ingham. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1,2; Fraternity 

1,2; Hort Club 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Own landscape and 
nursery business. 



MILLARD T. FRITZ 

"Fritz" 
Webster 
MAJOR: Floriculture. 

PLACEMENT: Stafford Springs Conser- 
vatory, Stafford Springs, Connecticut. 
ACTIVITIES: Floriculture Club 1,2 
(President 2) Hort Show 1,2; (Chairman 
2 ) ; Veteran. 
FUTURE PLANS: Florist. 



ARTHUR R. FROST 

"Frosty" 
Belchertown 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: University of Massachus- 
etts Farm, Amherst. 



ACTIVITIES: An. 

Tau Gamma 1,2 

Dairy Classic. 
FUTURE PLANS 

Veterinary School. 



Hs. Club 1,2; Alpha 
Little International, 

Further education, 





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CHARLES L. C. FROST 

"Charlie" 
South Dartmouth 
MAJOR: Dairy Technology. 
PLACEMENT: Gulf Hill Dairy, South 

Dartmouth. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2; President 

Dairy Club. 
FUTURE PLANS: Dairy lab. technician. 



JOSEPH WALDO GAGLIARD 

"Joe" 

Dedham 

MAJOR: Food Management. 

PLACEMENT: Gagliard's Restaurant, 

Inc., Dedham. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1; Newman 
Club 1,2; Stewards Club 1,2; Student 
Senate 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Manage our family 
restaurant. 



EDWARD CALVIN 

Canton 
MAJOR: Turf Maintenance. 
PLACEMENT: Wampatuck Country 

Club, Canton. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 2; Hort Show 1,2; 

Newman Club 2 ; Turf Maintenance Club 

1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Service — College. 



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JOSEPH J. GARRITY 

"Baldy" 
Belmont 
MAJOR : Food Management. 
PLACEMENT: Belmont Country Club, 

Belmont. 
ACTIVITIES: Student Council; Newman 

Club; Stewards Club 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Further education. 



GERALD J. GERKOWSKI 

"Polock" 
Port Huron, Mich. 

MAJOR: Food Management. 

PLACEMENT: Flagship Rest, Province- 
town. 

ACTIVITIES: Food Management Stew- 
ards Club 1; Alpha Tau Gamma; Inter- 
fraternity Sports Football 1,2; Basketball 
1; Baseball 1,2. 

FUTURE PLANS : Restaurant Operator. 



HAROLD PRIESTLEY GILL, JR. 

"Hal" 

South Hadley 

MAJOR: Animal Science. 

PLACEMENT: Townshend Morgan Hol- 

stein Farm, Bolton. 
ACTIVITIES: Student Council 2; Outing 
Club 1,2; An. Hs. Club 1,2; Little Inter- 
national 2 ; Dairy Classic 2 ; Christian 
Association 1,2; Barci Club. 
FUTURE PLANS: Veterinary Science. 





GLENN DONALD GLAZIER, JR. 

"Don" 

Cambridge 

MAJOR: Animal Science. 

PLACEMENT: Gibbet Hill Farm, Groton. 

ACTIVITIES: President 2; Student Senate 
2; Football 1; An. Hs. Club 1,2; Little 
International 2; Alpha Tau Gamma 1,2; 
Dairy Classic 2; Inter-fraternity Sports 2. 

FUTURE PLANS: University of Massa- 
chusetts. 



JOHN EDWARD GRANT 

"Jack" 
Brockton 

MAJOR: Vegetable Crops. 

PLACEMENT: The Veg-Acre Farms, For- 
estdale. Cape Cod, Mass. 

ACTIVITIES: Student Senate 2; Hort 
Show 1,2; Olericulture Club 1,2; New- 
man Club. 

FUTURE PLANS: University of Massa- 
chusetts. 



ROBERT T. GOYETTE 

"Gig" 
Worcester 

MAJOR: Forestry. 

PLACEMENT: Packard-Bell Electronics, 
Los Angeles, Calif. 

ACTIVITIES: Student Senate 2; Stosag 
Board 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Alpha Tau 
Gamma; Hort Show 1,2; Forestry Club 
1,2; Newman Club 1,2; Inter-Fraternity 
Sports; Veteran. 

FUTURE PLANS: Wood Products Indus- 
try. 



RICHARD T. GRAY 

"Rick" 

Agawam 

MAJOR: Land Operations. 

PLACEMENT: Atwater Nurseries, Inc., 

Agawam. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1,2 (Co-Chair-, 
man 2); Hort Club 1,2; Christian 
Association 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Further Education. 



JOHN MICHAEL GREEN 

"Mike" 

Foxboro 

MAJOR: Forestry. 

PLACEMENT: Flathead National Forest, 

Whitefish, Montana. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 2; Forestry 

Club 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 





DOUGLAS ANTHONY GRELLA 

"Pizza" 
Maiden 
MAJOR: Forestry. 
PLACEMENT: Flathead National Forest, 

Hungry Horse, Montana. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 2; Forestry Club 

1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 



JOHN WALTER GUNNERY 
"Jack" 
Dennisport 
MAJOR: Food Management. 
PLACEMENT: "The Wee Packet Res' 

rant," Dennisport. 
ACTIVITIES: Treasurer 
Council 1,2; Dance Committee 1,2; F'' 
ball 1; Hort Show 1,2; Alpha Tau Gar 
1,2; Inter-fraternity Sports 1,2; Stew 
Club 1,2; Canterbury Club 1,2 
Seminar 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS : Further education 



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WILLIAM E. HARE, II 

"Will" 
Stockbridge 
MAJOR: Food Management. 
PLACEMENT: Red Lion Inn, Stockbridge. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 1( Mgr.) Basket- 
ball 1; Hort Show 1,2; Campus Chest 2; 
Christian Association 2 ; Stewards Club 
1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 



DONALD HARRIS 

Scituate, Rhode Island 
MAJOR: Food Management. 
PLACEMENT: Roger William General 

Hospital, Providence, Rhode Island. 
ACTIVITIES: Stewards Club 
FUTURE PLANS: Open own business. 



JON CARLSON HASKINS 

Norwell 

MAJOR: Animal Science. 

PLACEMENT: Hank Hardwick, Hinghamf 

ACTIVITIES: Student Council 1; Baskfl 
ball 2; An. Hs. Club 1,2; Fraternity 
Future Farmers of America 2 ; IntpC 
fraternity Sports 2. 

FUTURE PLANS: Own dairy farm. 





STUART DUANE HAWKINS 
"Stu" 
Blue Point, N.Y. 
[AJOR: Land Operations. 
fjLACEMENT: Oak Park Nurseries, East 

I'atchogue, Long Island, New York. 

(GTIVITIES: Hon Show 1,2; Alpha Tau 

fSamma 1,2; (Secretary 2) Hort Club 1, 

'President 2) ; Interfraternity Sports 2. 

UTURE PLANS: Further education. 

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W. JAMES HODDER 

"Jim" 

Sudbury 

MAJOR: Floriculture. 

PLACEMENT: Arrowhead Gardens, Inc., 

Wayland. 
ACTIVITIES: Floriculture Club 1,2; Hort 

Show 1,2 (Chairman). 
FUTURE PLANS: University of Massa- 
chusetts. 



KENNETH A. HOLLIS 
"Ken" 
Braintree 
MAJOR: Food Management. 
PLACEMENT: Howard Johnson, Bridge- 
water. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1,2; Stewards 

Club 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Industrial Feeding. 



GORDON HOLWAY 
"Gordie" 
Hubbardston 
4IAJOR: Landscape Operations. 
LACEMENT: Grahn, The Florist, West- 
minster. 
jlCTIVITIES: Hort Show 1,2; Hort Club 
1,2. 
UTURE PLANS: Undecided. 



CARLETON H. HUFF 
"Carl" 
South Lincoln 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Tup Hill Farm, Groton. 
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1,2; An. Hs. 
Club 1,2; Little International; Dairy 
Classic. 



WILLIAM OTTO HULTGREN 

"Bill" 

Charlton 

MAJOR: Floriculture. 

PLACEMENT: Sunnyside Greenhouses, 

Worcester. 
ACTIVITIES: Stosag Board 1,2; Floricul- 
ture Club 1,2; Hort Show 1,2 (Chairman 
2) Square Dance Club 1,2; Christian As- 
sociation 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Own greenhouse and 
nursery. 





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JOHN ROBERT HUNT 

"Johnnie" 

Charlton 

MAJOR: Landscape Operations. 

PLACEMENT: Bemis Farms Nursery, 

Spencer. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1,2; Hort Club 
1,2; Square Dance Club 1; Christian Asso- 
ciation 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Own nursery and Land- 
scape business. 



BARRY T. HURVITZ 

"Hurvy" 
Sharon 
MAJOR: Food Management. 
PLACEMENT: White Rose Baking Com- 
pany, Somerville. 
ACTIVITIES: Food Management Club 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Buyer or salesman in 
wholesale food industry. 



THOMAS L. HUSTON 
"Lee" 
Melrose 
MAJOR: Food Management. 
PLACEMENT: 



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EMIL J. INCOLLINGO 

"Emil" 
Methuen 
MAJOR: Olericulture. 

PLACEMENT: Borgesi Bros. Market Gar- 
deners, Methuen. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1,2; Olericulture 
Club 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Own and operate veg- 
etable farm in N.E. 



SANFORD LEWIS JENKS, JR. 

"Sandy" 
Shelburne Falls 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Murray H. Fiske, Shelburne. 
ACTIVITIES: An. Hs. Club 1,2; 4-H Club 
1,2; Little International 2; Dairy Classic 2; 
Future Farmers of America 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Own and operate Dairy 
Farm. 





RICHARD J. JOHNSON 

"Rick" 

Leicester 

MAJOR: Animal Science. 

PLACEMENT: John R. and Robert A. 

Johnson, Leicester. 
ACTIVITIES: Dairy Club 1, An. Hs. Club 

2; Christian Association 1. 
FUTURE PLANS: Work on home farm. 



BARBARA R. JOHNSTON 

"Barb" 

Bolton 

MAJOR: Animal Science. 

PLACEMENT: Townshend Morgan Hol- 

stein Farm, Bolton. 
ACTIVITIES: Secretary 1,2; Student 
Council 1,2; (Secretary) Dance Committee 
1,2; Basketball 1 (interdorm) An. Hs. Club 
1,2; Little International 2; Dairy Classic 2; 
Cheerleading 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Horsewoman. 



DONALD EUGENE JORDAN 
"Don" 

Greenfield 

MAJOR: Floriculture. 

PLACEMENT: Yetter, the Florist, Green- 
field. 

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

FUTURE PLANS : Further education. 



ROBERT J. KENNEY 
Hingham 
MAJOR: Forestry. 
PLACEMENT: Mt. Hood National 

Oregon. 
ACTIVITIES: Forest Club 1,2. 



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DAVID WILLIAM KNAUBER 

"Dave" 

Wrentham 

MAJOR: Food Management. 

PLACEMENT: Yellowstone Park, Old 

Faithful Inn, Wyoming. 
ACTIVITIES: University Stewards Club 

1,2; Newman Club 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Own and manage a res- 
taurant and bakery combination. 



JOSEPH P. KRISTOFF 

"Joe" 
Sterling 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Donald McCray, South 

Hadley. 
ACTIVITIES: Dairy Club 1; An. Hs. Club 

2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Further Education. 









ROBERT A. KURCHIAN 

"Smooky" 
Reading 
MAJOR: Floriculture. 
PLACEMENT: Davnport's Garden Center 

and Flower Shop, Lexington. 
ACTIVITIES: Floriculture Club 1,2; Hort 

Show. 
FUTURE PLANS : Further education. 



ROBERT F. KUREK 
"Bob" 
Pittsfield 
MAJOR: Floriculture. 

PLACEMENT Vide Florist Co., Pittsfield. 
ACTIVITIES: Stosag Board 2; Floriculture 
Club 2; Hort Show 1,2; Hort Club 
1; Square Dance Club 1,2; Newman Club 
1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS : Florist business. 



ALBERT EDWARD LACROSS 
"Al" 
Greenfield 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations. 
PLACEMENT: Mt. Hermon School for 

Boys, Mt. Hermon. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1,2; (Chairman 

Garden 2 ; Supplies and Tools 1 ) . 
FUTURE PLANS: Landscape Architect. 



ROBERT J. LAPRISE 
"Boh" 

Northampton 

MAJOR: Animal Science. 

PLACEMENT: University of Massachusetts, 
Amherst. 

ACTIVITIES: An Hs. Club 1,2; Little In- 
ternational 2; Dairy Classic 2. 

FUTURE PLANS: Own a dairy or beef 
farm. 



JUDITH ANN LAWSON 
"Judy" 
Taunton 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Scott The Florist, Provi- 
dence, Rhode Island. 
ACTIVITIES: Floriculture Club 1,2; Hort 
Show 1,2; Modern Dance Club; Newman 
Club; Campus Varieties; Operetta Guild. 
FUTURE PLANS: Bridal Consultant. 



RICHARD K. LEACH 

"Dick" 

Northfield 

MAJOR: Forestry. 

PLACEMENT: Mt. Hood National Forest, 

Dufur, Oregon. 
ACTIVITIES: Forestry Club. 
FUTURE PLANS: Work in Wood Products 
Company. 



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NORMAND G. LEBEL 

"Norm" 
Waterbury, Connecticut 
MAJOR: Food Management. 
PLACEMENT: Madison Beach Hotel, 
Madison, Connecticut. 
ACTIVITIES: Student Council 1; Hort 
Show 1,2 (President) University Steward 
Club 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 



ALBERT LEVESQUE 
"Max" 
Sturbridge 
MAJOR: Poultry. 

PLACEMENT: Roland Levesque, Stur- 
bridge. 
ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 1; Poultry 
Club 1,2; Dairy Club 1. 
FUTURE PLANS: Farm owner and man- 
ager or meat inspecting. 



ARTHUR E. J. LEVESQUE 
"Art" 
West Andover 
MAJOR; Vegetable Crops. 
PLACEMENT: University of Massachu- 
setts Waltham Field Station, Waltham. 
ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 1,2; Hort Show 
1,2 (Co-Chairman) Future Farmers of 
America; Newman Club 2; Vegetable Club 
1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Further education. 



JAMES EARL LEWIS 

"Jim" 

Uxbridge 

MAJOR: Forestry. 

PLACEMENT: Timber Sales Improvement, 

Hungry Horse, Montana. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1; Forestry Club 

1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Further education. 



RICHARD LEWIS 

"Lewy" 
Greenfield 
MAJOR: Floriculture. 

PLACEMENT: Smith College, Northamp- 
ton. 
ACTIVITIES: Floriculture Club 1,2; Hort 

Show 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS : Further education. 



JOSEPH E. LILLIE, JR. 

Winchendon 

MAJOR: Food Management. 

PLACEMENT: Old Faithful Lodge, Yel- 
lowstone National Park, Wyoming. 

ACTIVITIES: Food Management Club 
1,2; Stewards Club 1,2. 




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JOEL CLIFTON LONG 

"Joel" 

Shelburne 

MAJOR: Animal Science. 

PLACEMENT: Mount Harmon Farm, 

Mount Hermon, Mass. 
ACTIVITIES: An. Hs. Club 2; Little In- 
ternational 1; Christian Association 1. 
FUTURE PLANS : Run home farm. 



FREDERICK LOTTER 

"Fred" 
Chelsea 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Danvers State Hospital, 

Danvers. 
ACTIVITIES: Little International 2; Dairy 

Classic 2; Rifle Club 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Further education. 



JOHN PETER LOUNSBURY 
"Pete" 
Maiden 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations. 
PLACEMENT: Arbor-Way Nursery, Lincoln. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1,2; Hort Club 
1,2; Square Dance Club 1,2; Christian As- 
sociation 1,2; Rifle Club 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Further education. 



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RICHARD L. LOUNSBURY, JR. 
"Dick" 
Andover 
MAJOR: Poultry. 

PLACEMENT: John Hall, Jr., Andover. 
ACTIVITIES: Poultry Club 1,2 (Vice Pres- 
ident) ; Christian Association 2; Hockey 2; 
Veteran. 
FUTURE PLANS: Manage hatchery or 
Research Laboratory. 



ROBERT EMIL LUMPPIO 

"Lumps" 
Townsend 
MAJOR: Forestry. 
PLACEMENT: Mendocino Nat'l Forest, 

U.S. Forest Service, Stonyford, California. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Club 2; Forestry Club 

1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 



JERRY RAY LUPTON 
Tiffin, Ohio 
MAJOR: Arboriculture. 
PLACEMENT: McNeal Tree Co., 

Ohio. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1,2. 



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DAVID R. LYON 

"Dave" 

Littleton 

MAJOR: Animal Science. 

PLACEMENT: J. Howard French Billings 

Farm, Woodstock, Vermont. 
ACTIVITIES: Stosag Board 1,2 (Editor); 
Dance Committee 1,2; Dairy Club 1; An. 
Hs. Club 1,2; Little International 2; Dairy 
Club 1 ; Little International 2 ; Dairy 
Classic 2; Dorm Treasurer 1 ; Senate 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS : Further education. 



ROBERT N. MAIA 
Amherst 
MAJOR: Food Management. 
PLACEMENT: Yankee Pedlar, Holyoke. 
ACTIVITIES: Stewards Club 1,2; Food 
Management Club 1,2. 



ARA H. MARGOSIAN 
Lynn 
MAJOR: Food Distribution. 
ACTIVITIES: Food Distribution Club 2. 
FUTURE PLANS : Supermarket manager. 



JOHN THOMAS MacDONALD 

"Punch" 

Ipswich 

MAJOR: Dairy Technology. 

PLACEMENT: White Farm Dairy, Ipswich. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2; Dairy Club 

1,2; Varsity 'S' Club 1,2; Veteran. 
FUTURE PLANS: Managerial Position. 



BRUCE ALAN MARRIOTT 
Springfield 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Corona Farm, Southwick. 
ACTIVITIES: Outing Club 2; Dairy Club 
1; An. Hs. Club 1,2; Little International 2; 
Dairy Classic 2; Christian Association 2. 
FUTURE PLANS : Further education. 



PAUL F. MARSH 

"Fred" 

Becket 

MAJOR; Land Operations. 

PLACEMENT: Ward's Nursery, Great Bar- 

rington. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1,2; Alpha Tau 

Gamma 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Own a nursery 
and landscaping business. 







CLARK FRANCIS MARSHALL 
"Flash" 
Seekonk 
MAJOR: Poultry. 

PLACEMENT: Frank Marshall, Seekonk. 
ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 1; Poultry 

Club 1,2; Dairy Club 1 ; An. Hs. Club 1. 
FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 



PETER H. MARTIN DAVID W. MAUK 

North Andover "Dave" 

MAJOR: Vegetable Crops. Williamstown 

PLACEMENT: Henderson's Farm, Haver- MAJOR: Turf Maintenance. 

hill. PLACEMENT: Taconic Golf Course, Wil- 

ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 2; Hort Show liamstown. 

1,2; Square Dance Club 1,2; Olericulture ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1,2; Turf Club 

Club 1,2; Newman Club 2. 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Further education. 



CHESTER ARTHUR MAZER 
"Chet" 
Lynn 
MAJOR: Poultry. 
PLACEMENT: 

ACTIVITIES: Poultry Club 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Manage hatchery or 
government meat inspection. 



WILLIAM BRUCE MERRILL 
"Bill" 
Wilmington 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: E. A. Wentworth, Amherst. 



RICHARD C. MITCHELL 

Amherst 
MAJOR: Turf Maintenance. 



ACTIVITIES: An. Hs. Club 1,2; Little In- PLACEMENT: Green Meadows Country 



ternational 2; Dairy Classic 2; Inter-frater- 
nity Sports 2 ; Veteran. 
FUTURE PLANS: Beet farmer. 



Club, Hudson, New Hampshire. 
ACTIVITIES: Turf Club 1,2; Hort Show 
1,2. 




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ROBERT VERNE MITCHELL 
"Mitch" 
Shelburne 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Verne Mitchell, Shelburne. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 2; An. Hs. Club 
1,2; Little International 2; Future Farmers 
of America 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Own a farm. 



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MAJOR: 



"Moe" 
Millbury 
Floriculture. 



Hixon's Greenhouses, 



PLACEMENT: 

Worcester. 
ACTIVITIES: 

ture Club 1,2; 

man) . 
FUTURE PLANS: Further education. 



Basketball 
Hort Show 



1,2; Floricul- 
1,2 (Co-Chair- 



BRENT MORIN 

Cambridge 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Richard Tryon, Monterey. 
ACTIVITIES: Indoor Track 1,2; An. Hs. 

Club 1,2; Little International 2; Dairy 

Classic 2. 
FUTURE PLANS : Further education. 



RICHARD CHARLES MORSE 
"Dick" 
Wollaston 
MAJOR: Dairy Technology. 
PLACEMENT: Select Ice Cream, Wollas- 
ton. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 2; Basketball 1; 

Dairy Club 1 ; Newman Club 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 



THOMAS AVERILL MUIR 
"Tom" 
South Yarmouth 
MAJOR: Dairy Technology. 
PLACEMENT: Henfries Ice Cream, Mil- 
ton. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 2; Dairy Club 1,2; 

Hockey 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: University of Massa- 
chusetts. 



JAMES L. MULCAHY,JR. 
"Jim" 
Essex 
MAJOR: Poultry. 

PLACEMENT: William B. Gozzi, Guil- 
ford, Connecticut. 
ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 1; Poultry 
Club 1,2; Dairy Club 1; An. Hs. Club 1; 
Hockey 2 ; Newman Club. 
FUTURE PLANS: Manage a turkey breed- 
ing farm. 





JOHN D. MULHEARN 

Worcester 

MAJOR: Turf Maintenance. 

PLACEMENT: Sunningdale Country Club, 
Scarsdale, New York. 

ACTIVITIES: Hort Club 1,2; Turf Club 
1,2 (Vice President and President) ; Vet- 
eran. 

FUTURE PLANS: Golf course superintend- 
ent. 



ROBERT SHEPARD MUNROE 
"Bob" 
Rehoboth 
MAJOR: Poultry. 

PLACEMENT: Munroe Turkey Farm, Re- 
hoboth. 
ACTIVITIES: Poultry Club 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 



RICHARD McKENZIE 

"Mac" 

Hingham 

MAJOR: Arboriculture. 

PLACEMENT: Dudley Alleman, Arborist, 

Hingham. 
ACTIVITIES: Arboriculture Club 1,2; Hort 

Show 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Work in field of arbori- 
culture. 



CHARLES T. NELSON 
"Skip" 
Berlin 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Vernon Mudgett, Lancas- 
ter. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2; An. Hs. Club 
1; Little International 2; Dairy Classic 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Farming. 



JOHN M. O'CONNELL 
"Jack" 
Braintree 
MAJOR: Turf Maintenance. 
PLACEMENT: Cedar Hill Golf Course, 

S tough ton. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1,2; Turf Man- 
agement Club 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Golf course superintend- 
ent. 



WESLEY E. OLDS 
"Wes" 
Hinsdale 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Elmartin Farms, Cheshire. 
ACTIVITIES: Student Council 2; An. Hs. 
Club 1,2; Little International 1,2; Dairy 
Classic 2; Young Republicans Club 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Dairy farmer. 




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EDWARD A. ORLANDO 

"Ed" 
Methuen 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations. 
PLACEMENT: Waltham Field Station, 

Waltham. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1,2; Hort Club 
1,2; Newman Club 1,2; Ski Club-Univer- 
sity 1,2; Rifle Team 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Further education. 



RICHARD BRUCE ORPIN 
"Dick" 
Saugus 
MAJOR: Landscape Operation. 
PLACEMENT: University of Massachu- 
setts, Amherst. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1,2; Hort Club 

1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Own landscape busi- 
ness. 



CHARLES RICHARD PECKHAM 
Russell 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Edgar Gould, Shelburne. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2; Little Inter- 
national 2; Dairy Classic 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Operate home dairy 
farm. 



THOMAS ANDRE PERRON 

"Tap" 

Swampscott 

MAJOR: Forestry. 

PLACEMENT: Detroit Ranger Station, 

Detroit, Oregon. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 2; Forestry Club 

2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Work for private com- 
pany. 



BRADLEY PETERSON 

"Pete" 

South Deerfield 

MAJOR: Turf Maintenance. 

PLACEMENT: Knickerbocker Country 

Club, Tenafly, New Jersey. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1,2; Turf Man- 
agement Club. 
FUTURE PLANS: Golf Club superintend- 
ent. 



JAMES RALPH PICKARD 

Flint, Michigan 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations. 
PLACEMENT: Drake's Nursery, Flint, 

Michigan. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1,2; Landscape 

Operations Club 1,2. 





JUDITH ANN RASTALLIS 
"Judy" 
Montague 
MAJOR: Forestry. 
PLACEMENT: Rugg Lumber 

Greenfield. 
ACTIVITIES: Student Counci 
ketball 1 ; Forestry Club 1,2. 



BEVERLY REYNOLDS 

"Bev" 
Andover 
MAJOR: Food Management. 
Company, PLACEMENT: Clover Hill Hospital, Law- 
rence. 
1,2; Bas- ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1; Hort Show 
1,2; Cheerleader 2. 
FUTURE PLANS : Resort hotel work. 



JOSEPH RICCO 
"Joe" 
Agawam 
MAJOR: Floriculture. 
PLACEMENT: Aitkens Greenhouses. 
ACTIVITIES: Floriculture Club 1,2; 

Show 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS : Florist business. 



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LEWIS RING 

"Ringer" 
Salt Point, New York 
MAJOR: Pomology. 

PLACEMENT: New York State Experi- 
ment Station, Poughkeepsie, New York. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1,2; Pomology 
Club 1,2 (President 2). 



MICHAEL J. RIORDAN 

"Mike" 
Worcester 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Medfield State Hospital 

Farm. 
ACTIVITIES: An. Hs. Club 1,2; Little In- 
ternational 2; Newman Club 2. 
FUTURE PLANS : Further education. 



BRUCE E. ROBBINS 

Nedham 
MAJOR: Arboriculture. 
PLACEMENT: Frost and Higgings 

lington, Mass. 
FUTURE: Registered Arborist. 



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KENNETH H. ROCKWOOD 

"Rocky" 

Norfolk 

MAJOR: Animal Science. 

PLACEMENT: Medfield State Hospital, 

Harding. 
ACTIVITIES: Dairy Club 1; An. Hus. 
Club 2. (Treasurer) ; Little International 1 ; 
Dairy Classic 1. 
FUTURE PLANS: Further education. 



DAVID LEE RODENHISER 

"Dave" 
Saugus 
MAJOR: Dairy Technology. 
PLACEMENT; Swift and Company, Lynn. 
ACTIVITIES: Dairy Club 1,2; Dairy 

Classic 2 ; Veteran. 
FUTURE PLANS: Further education. 



LEO ERNEST ROY 

Winsted, Connecticut 

MAJOR: Food Management. 

PLACEMENT: Madison Beach Hotel, 
Madison-on-the-Sound, Conn. 

ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1,2; Christian 
Association 1,2; Newman Club; Stewards 
Club. 

FUTURE PLANS: Managing own estab- 
lishment. 



LOUIS F. RUDINSKI 

"Rudy" 
Turners Falls 
MAJOR: Turf Maintenance. 
PLACEMENT: Knickerbocker Country 

Club, Tenefly, New Jersey. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Golf Course Superin- 
tendent. 



HENRY A. M. SCHMIDT 

"Hank" 

East Pepperell 

MAJOR: Landscape Operations. 

PLACEMENT: Mount Auburn Cemetery, 

Cambridge. 
ACTIVITIES: Stosag Board 2; Hort Show 
1,2; Hort Club 1,2; Square Dance Club 2; 
Christian Association 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Further education. 



EARLE F. SHUMWAY 

"Shum" 

Amherst 

MAJOR: Aboriculture. 

PLACEMENT: H. J. Toole Tree Service, 

Amherst. 
ACTIVITIES: Arbor Club 1,2; Hort Show 
1,2. 





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WILLIAM C. SMITH 

"Smity" 
Dartmouth 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Taunton State Hospital, 

Taunton. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2; Basketball 2; 
An. Hs. Club 1,2; Little International 2; 
Dairy Classic 2 ; Veteran. 
FUTURE PLANS : Dairy Farming. 



KENNETH HOUGHTON SNOW 

"Ken" 
Belchertown 
MAJOR: Poultry. 

PLACEMENT: Farm Engineering & Sup- 
ply Co., North Wilbraham. 
ACTIVITIES: Poultry Club 1,2; Christian 

Association 1, Counselor 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Partner with father at 
Bobbin Hollow Farm. 



MILNER THOMAS STEEVES 

Wellesley 

MAJOR: Arboriculture. 

PLACEMENT: Turner Tree Service, At- 
lanta, Georgia. 

ACTIVITIES: Outing Club 2; Hort Show 
1,2; Arboriculture Club 1,2; Gymnastics 
Club 1 ; Veteran. 

FUTURE PLANS: Further education. 



RICHARD M. STENBERG 

"Dick" 

Springfield 

MAJOR: Dairy Technology. 

PLACEMENT: Snow White Ice Cream 

Corp., Springfield. 
ACTIVITIES: Outing Club 2; Dairy Club 
1,2; Rifle Team 1,2; Lutheran Club 1,2; 
Young Republicans Club 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: 



KENNETH FRANCIS STEVENS 

"Ken" 

Southwick 

MAJOR: Landscape Operations. 

PLACEMENT: Adam's Nursery, Westfield. 

ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 1; Hort Show 1,2; 

Christian Association 1 ; Hort Club 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS : Operate own nursery. 



CYNTHIA IRENE STILES 

"Cindy" 
Granby 
MAJOR: Floriculture. 
PLACEMENT: William Wendt & Son, 

Springfield. 
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1; Outing Club 
2; Floriculture Club 1,2 (Treasurer 2) Hort 
Show 1,2; Square Dance Club 1,2. 





ROBERT H. STUART 
"Bob" 

Littleton 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Winsor C. Brown, White 

River Junction, Vt. 
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1; Outing Club 

2; Dairy Club 1; An. Hs. Club 1,2; Little 

International 2 ; Dairy Classic 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Work on family farm. 



DENNIS E. SULLIVAN 

"Dee" 

Thorndike 

MAJOR: Floriculture. 

PLACEMENT: Charles J. Wenk & Son, 

Springfield. 
ACTIVITIES: Floriculture Club 1,2; 

Hockey 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: State employment or 
further education. 



ROBERT W. SULLIVAN 
"Sully" 
Westfield 
MAJOR: Turf Management. 
PLACEMENT: Crestview Country Club, 
Agawam. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1,2; Turf Man- 
agement Club 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: University of Massa- 
chusetts. 



RICHARD A. SUMNER 

"Rich" 

Heath 

MAJOR: Animal Science. 

PLACEMENT: Richard Sumner, Heath. 

ACTIVITIES: An. Hs. Club 2; Future 

Farmers of America 1,2 (President). 
FUTURE PLANS: Own dairy farm. 



FREDERICK E. A. SYLVESTER 
"Fred" 
Orange 
MAJOR: Poultry. 

PLACEMENT: College Poultry Plant, Uni- 
versity of Mass. 
ACTIVITIES: Poultry Club 1,2; Dairy 

Club 1. 
FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 



STANFORD H. TAFT, JR. 
Northampton 
MAJOR: Arboriculture. 
PLACEMENT: Henry Mathieu, Easthamp- 

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




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WILLIAM F. TOWER, JR. 

"Bill" 
Dalton 
MAJOR: Turf Maintenance. 
PLACEMENT: Pittsfield Country Club, 

Pittsfield. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1,2; Turf Club 

1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS : Further education. 



RICHARD B. TRUDEL 

"Dick" 
Leominster 

MAJOR: Landscape Operations. 

PLACEMENT: Whitney Landscape Con- 
struction Co., Lowell. 

ACTIVITIES: Student Council; Football 
1 ; Hort Show 2 ; Alpha Tau Gamma ; Hort 
Club 2 ; Inter-fraternity Sports ; Newman 
Club. 

FUTURE PLANS: Further education. 



OLIVER HOLCOMB TULLER 

"Buzz" 
West Simsbury, Conn. 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: James Kentfield, Hadley. 
ACTIVITIES: An. Hs. Club 2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Farm manager. 



ROBERT W. WALTERS 
Moorestown, New Jersey 
MAJOR: Arboriculture. 

PLACEMENT: Winston E. Parker, Moores- 
town, New Jersey. 
ACTIVITIES: Arboriculture Club 1,2. 



DANIEL WASHBURN 
"Ace" 
Williamstown 
MAJOR: Pomolgy. 

PLACEMENT: Mt. Hope Farm, Williams- 
town. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 1,2; Pomology 
Club 1,2; (Secretary-Treasurer 2). 



JAMES D. WHEELER 
"Jim" 
Pittsfield 
MAJOR: Turf Maintenance. 
PLACEMENT: Forest Park Country Clul 

Adams. 
ACTIVITIES: Hort Show 2; Turf Mar 

agement Club; Veteran. 
FUTURE PLANS: Golf Course Superir 
tendent. 






PETER A. WILLIAMS 
"Pete" 
Westfield 
MAJOR: Floriculture. 

PLACEMENT: Page Flowers, East Long- 
meadow. 
KCTIVITIES: Floriculture Club 1,2; Hort 

Show 1,2; Veteran. 
FUTURE PLANS: Further education. 




EVERETT C. WOOD 
"Woody" 
New Bedjord 
MAJOR: Turf Management. 
PLACEMENT: Watertown Golf Club, 

Watertown, Conn. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2; Basketball 1; 
Hort Show 1,2; Fraternity 1,2; Turf Man- 
agement Club 1,2; Veteran. 
FUTURE PLANS: Golf course superintend- 
ent. 



T. JEFFERY WARRICK 

"jer 

Hingham 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Honstra Farms, Hingham. 
ACTIVITIES: Little International. 
FUTURE PLANS: Work in allied field to 
agriculture. 



WALTER J. L. ZUBRIN 

"Walt" 
Dorchester 
VIAJOR: Floriculture. 

PLACEMENT: Waltham Field Station, 
Waltham. 

ACTIVITIES: Outing Club Club 2; Flo- 
riculture Club 1,2; Hort Show 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Further education. 



PAUL D. SANTUCCI 

Thorndike 
MAJOR: Arboriculture. 
PLACEMENT: Turner Tree Ser. Atlanta, 

Georgia. 
FUTURE PLANS: Registered Arborist. 
ACTIVITIES: Arbor Club 1,2. 



PAUL M. GARVEY 
Northampton 
MAJOR: Food Management. 
PLACEMENT: Camp Chesterfield B.S.A., 

Williamsburg. 
ACTIVITIES: Food Management Club. 




MICHAEL E. BENBEN 

Benton Harbor, Michigan 
MAJOR: Food Management. 
PLACEMENT: Atlantic & Pa- 
cific Tea Company, Northhamp- 
ton. 
ACTIVITIES: Food Manage- 
ment Club 1,2; Stewards Club 
1,2. 



PAUL A. BLEAU 

Lynn 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Danvers State 

Hospital, Danvers. 
ACTIVITIES: Animal Science 

Club 1,2; Newman Club 1,2. 



LEONARD L. BLODGETT 

Greenfield 
MAJOR: Turf Maintenance. 
PLACEMENT: Greenfield Coun- 
try Club. 
ACTIVITIES: Turf Club 1,2; 
Hort Show 1,2. 



LEONARD L. BLODGETT 

Greenfield 
MAJOR: Turf Maintenance. 
PLACEMENT: Country Club, 

Greenfield. 
ACTIVITIES: Turf Club 1,2; 

Hort Show 1,2. 



RICHARD A. BURT 

Sunderland 

MAJOR: Forestry. 

PLACEMENT: Mt. Tobey Res- 
ervation, Sunderland. 

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



PAUL CONDON 
Middleboro 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1; Dairy 
Club 1; An. Hu. Club 2; 4-H 
Club 1 ; Little International 2 ; 
Dairy Classic 2. 



ANGELO L. COTONI 

Waltham 

MAJOR: Food Management. 

PLACEMENT: Fresh Pond Res- 
taurant, Cambridge. 

ACTIVITIES: Food Manage- 
ment Club 1,2. 



HARVEY J. 
DESGROSSEILLIERS 

Auburn, Maine 
MAJOR: Arboriculture. 
PLACEMENT: Goodall Tree 

Expert Co., Portland 1, Maine. 
ACTIVITIES: Floriculture Club 

1,2; Forestry Club 1,2. 



CHARLES L. GATELY 

Whitman 
MAJOR: Animal Science. 
PLACEMENT: Dareo Stud 

Farm, Manville, R.I. 
ACTIVITIES: Alpha Tau 

Gamma 1,2; Student Senate 1,2; 

Animal Science Club 1,2. 



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JOSEPH J. GRAHAM 

joe 
Quincy 
MAJOR: Turf Maintenance. 
PLACEMENT: Wollaston Golf 

Club, Quincy. 
ACTIVITIES: Turf Club 1,2; 
Interfraternity Sports Football 1. 
FUTURE PLANS: Golf Course 
Superintendent. 



ROBERT E. GREEN 

Northampton 

MAJOR: Forestry 

PLACEMENT: Packard Beil 
Electronics, Los Angeles, Cali- 
fornia. 

ACTIVITIES: Forestry Club 1,2. 



IRVING P. JOHNSON 
"Irv" 

Lynn 

MAJOR : Food Distribution. 

PLACEMENT: Not Known. 

ACTIVITIES: Stewards Club 
1,2. 

FUTURE PLANS: Further Edu- 
cation. 



ROBERT L. KEMP 

Webster 

MAJOR: Food Management. 

PLACEMENT: Jug End Barn, 
South Egremont. 

ACTIVITIES: Food Manage- 
ment Club 1,2. 



BERNARD K. KEOHAN 

Fitchburg 
MAJOR: Turf Maintenance. 
PLACEMENT: Oak Hill Coun- 
try Club, Fitchburg. 
ACTIVITIES: Turf Club 1,2; 
Hort Show 1,2. 



WILLIAM T. KITTLER 

"Bill" 
Adams 
MAJOR: Turf Maintenance. 
PLACEMENT: Waconah Coun- 
try Club, Dalton. 
ACTIVITIES: Turf Club 1,2; 

Hort Show 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Further edu- 
cation. 



ROBERT E. LEE 

Merrimac 
PLACEMENT: University of 

Massachusetts. 
ACTIVITIES: Poultry Club 1,2; 

Alpha Tau Gamma 1,2. 



ROBERT P. McDONOUGH 

"Mac" 
Medford 

MAJOR: Food Management. 

PLACEMENT: H. P. Hood & 
Sons, Somerville. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2; 
Food Management Club 1,2; 
Stewards Club 2; Hort Show 1,2. 

FUTURE PLANS: Further edu- 
cation. 



KENNETH W. MEAD 

Arlington 
MAJOR: Food Distribution. 
PLACEMENT: Elm Farm & 

Foods Company, Dorchester. 
ACTIVITIES: Counselor; Food 

Distribution Club. 



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HARRY A. MICHAS 

Whippany, N.Y. 
MAJOR: Food Distribution. 
PLACEMENT: Michas Brothers 

Food Liner, Cedar Knoll, N.J. 
ACTIVITIES: Stewards Club 

1,2. 



WILLIAM NEWCOMB 

Newton 
MAJOR: Arboriculture 
PLACEMENT: University of 

Massachusetts, Amherst. 
ACTIVITIES: Arboriculture 

Club 1,2; HortShow 1,2. 



JOSEPH RAZON 

Fairhaven 
MAJOR: Food Management. 
PLACEMENT: Valles Steak 

House, Newton. 
ACTIVITIES: Food Manage- 
ment Club 1,2. 



PAUL M. RUSHLOW 

Attleboro 
MAJOR: Arboriculture. 
PLACEMENT: F. J. Fieghery & 

Co., Pawtucket, R. I. 
ACTIVITIES: Arboriculture 

Club 1,2. 



PAUL D. SANTUCCI 
Thorndike 
MAJOR: Arboriculture. 
PLACEMENT: Turner Tree 

Service, Atlanta, Georgia. 
ACTIVITIES: Arboriculture 

Club 1,2. 



PETER E. SCHWAMB 

"Pete" 
Amherst 

MAJOR: Floriculture. 

PLACEMENT: University of 
Massachusetts, Amherst. 

ACTIVITIES: Floriculture Club 
1,2 (Vice President) Hort Show 
1,2; Alpha Tau Gamma; Vet- 
eran. 

FUTURE PLANS: Salesman. 



RICHARD VANDERHOEFF 

West Medford 
MAJOR: Food Management. 
ACTIVITIES: Food Manage- 
ment Club 1,2. 



DAVID R. WEAVER 

Barnstable 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations. 
PLACEMENT: H. V. Lawrence 

& Son, Falmouth. 
ACTIVITIES: Floriculture Club 

1,2; HortShow 1,2. 
FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 



ROBERT F. MOODY 

Hopkinton 
MAJOR: Landscape Operations. 
PLACEMENT: Adams Nursery, Westfield. 
ACTIVITIES: Landscape Operations Club 
1,2. 



CARL F. PELLOT 
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 
MAJOR: Food Management. 
PLACEMENT: Camp Ferosdel, West Co- 
pake, New York. 
ACTIVITIES: Food Management Club 
1,2; Stewards Club. 





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The class of 1961 wishe^^^^e acknowledgment to our 
advisors, Mr. Stromgren and Mrs. DuBois for the leadership 
and help they have given us this past year. As this is a 
double acknowledgement, so are we doubly grateful for 
their time and effort. In doing so we have gone only a 
short way towards fully expressing our appreciation and 
esteem for them. 



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