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FOREWORD 



"Through these po 
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history have man' 



Through these "portals" of Stockbridge Hall, on Commence- 
ment Day, will pass the graduating class of 1962. People who 
wilL,be passing through those portals on that day will not be so 
well known then, but in a few years? 

The purpose of a yearbook is to bring back fond memories , 
of "school days" for untold years to come; we do hope that this 
yearbook will succeed in making this objective come true. 

This yearbook is your yearbook; keep it, cherish it, but most 
of all use it, for it is your "portal" for bringing back those 
memories of college days. ""^ 




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THE 196; 

Stockbridge Schoo 
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CONTENTS 

Dedication 
Administration 
Stosag 
Faculty 
Seniors 
/, Clubs & Organizations 
\'{i Special Events 
■M Sports 
^ Campus Life 
' THE 1962 STOSAG 
Amherst, Massachusetts 
J- Published by Class 1962 
'i Stockbridge School of Agriculture 
University of Massachusetts 
















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Published by the class of 1962 'JE .^. ' ^•'* 



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DONALD E. ROSS 

Assistant Professor 

of 

Floriculture 



DEDICATION 

We the class of 1962, would like to express our 
sincere appreciation to retiring, Professor of Flori- 
culture Donald E. Ross by dedicating this 44th edi- 
tion of our yearbook to him. 

Following graduation from the University of 
Massachusetts with a B. S. degree, Mr. Ross joined 
the faculty in 1928 and for nearly four decades has 
taught thousands of students the principles of green- 
house management, floral design and the retail flower 
shop profession. For years, it has been the students, 
supervised by Mr. Ross, who devoted their time to 
supplying the Floriculture Shop at the annual Horti- 
cultural Show with beautiful bouquets and corsages. 

He has always been able to convey to his students 
his genuine interest in them and their future as 
evidenced by the many alumni who always drop in 
for a visit when they return to campus. 

French Hall won't seem the same without "Red" 
Ross. The Floriculture Club in expressing their 
esteem for him presented him with a complete fish- 
ing outfit at this year's Progress Banquet. We all 
extend to Mr. and Mrs. Ross our best wishes upon 
his retirement. 

Below students Ivan Heath and Floriculture Club 
President Everett Emino are presenting gifts to Mr. 
Ross. 





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PRESIDENT 
John W. Lederle 



To the Graduates: 

I wish to extend my congratulations to all members of this year's graduating 
class. The Stockbridge School is a prized part of our total University program, and 
it is always a pleasure for the President to salute the students who will soon be the 
School's newest alumni. 

On graduation you will join an enthusiastic body of Stockbridge alumni. Their 
success and effectiveness after graduation convinced the Board of Trustees that grad- 
uates of the School eminently merit the degree of Associate in Agriculture which was 
awarded for the first time last year. 

I am certain that each of you, as our new Associates in Agriculture, will under- 
take your work with high competence and devotion to the ideal of service inculcated 
during your two years at the University. 

I congratulate you again and wish you every success. 



PROVOST 

Gilbert L. Woodside 




It is a distinct pleasute for me to send greetings to the 1962 Shorthorn. During 
my first two or three years as a member of the faculty, it was my privilege to teach 
a Soxkbridge course called General Biology. I am proud to say that some of the 
students in this course were among the best I have ever taught. At least two of them 
later transferred to the four-year program, finally entered graduate school, and eventually 
earned Ph.D. degrees. 

I have always been convinced that the Stockbridge School is an important integral 
part of the University of Massachusetts. It is entirely fitting and proper that the 
quality of the work is now recognized by the awarding of the Associate in Agriculture 
degree. 

It is a pleasure to me to extend very best wishes to each member of the Class 
of 1962. 




DEAN AND 
DIRECTOR 

Arless A. Spielman 



When those of us who make a career of education look at our graduating students, 
we can't help wondering how well we have done our job. And yet — difficult as a 
solid answer may often be — we who have worked with you in the Stockbridge 
School can't help feeling some degree of fulfillment. In looking over the details of 
your immediate future — covered by the word "Placement" in your yearbook — I see 
that most of you are following a path that leads directly from what you have studied 
to what can be saisfying life's work. In industry, public service, and even in the 
smallest business, you are launching a career in a fast-growing field. 

Since the facts and figures for your yearbook were compiled well in advance 
of graduation, there is proof enough for all of us that you are well enough prepared 
in your specialty to be able to step into an interesting job within days of graduation. 
For this reason alone, we have the fond hope that we have done our job, and we have 
the same faith in your ability to do yours. 



DIRECTOR 
Fred P. Jeffery 




It has been my privilege to become well acquainted with a larger number of 
students in the Class of 1962 than has been true in former years. In particular, let me 
mention the enthusiastic STOSAG board which is responsible for the yearbook. The 
SHORTHORN editors deserve special credit for initiating and publishing a weekly 
news sheet. 

It is difficult to generalize in selecting a characteristic common to all Stockbridge 
students and, yet, if a choice is made I would say that most of them know how to DO 
things. I will close with a quotation from Elliot Kimball — "Your success, hence- 
forward, will depend in considerable measure upon the manner in which you employ 
that handy tool: your HEAD. I would urge that the best recommendation you can pro- 
vide for yourself, and for your alma mater, will derive from remembering: "The head 
may be used for purposes other than a hat-rack.' " 




Left to Right: Ralph Phipps, Thomas Ross, Patrick O'Connor, Tauno (Duke) Aalto, David Smith, 
Robert Edgren, Richard Pearson, Everett Emino, Thomas Shearer, James Allen. 



STOSAG 



The Twenty third annual election by 
Stockbridge Faculty Advisory Commit- 
tee to encourage and recognize high 
scholastic ability and sound practical 
training. The students must have cumu- 
lative average of 3.4 or better for the 
first three semesters to qualitfy. 



Ralph Phipps, Forestry, Leicester 

Thomas Ross, Animal Science, West Stockbridge 

Patrick O'Connor, Turf Maintenance, Berkshire Village 

Tauno (Duke) Aalto, Landscape Operations, Millis 

David Smith, Floriculture, Waltham 

Robert Edgren, Animal Science, Weymouth 

Richard Pearson, Dairy Technology, Melrose 

Everett Emino Floriculture, Upton 

Thomas Shearer, Animal Science, Northfield 

James Allen, Food Distribution, Worcester 



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JAMES F. ANDERSON 

Instructor of Pomology — M.S. 



JOHN E. BEAM 

Research Associate 
Dairy and Animal Science — B.S. 



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ALFRED W. BOICOURT 

Professor and Program Leader in Floriculture 
— M.S. 



ROBERT S. BOND 

Instructor in Forestry — M.F. 



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HERSCHEL G. ABBOTT 

Assistant Professor of Forestry — M.F. 

DONALD L. ANDERSON 

Associate Professor of Poultry Science — Ph.D. 





JOHN S. BAILEY 

Associate Professor of Pomology — M.S. 



LYLE L. BLUNDELL 

Campus Landscape Architect — B.S. 



ROBERT B. BRUCE 

Assistant Piofessor of Dairy and Animal 
Science — M.S. 



ERNEST M. BUCK 

Assistant Professor of Dairy and Animal 
Science — M.S. 





WILLIAM H. COLLINS 

Instructor in Agricultural Engineering — B.S. 



MRS. GLADYS M. COOK 

Associate Professor of Home Economics — M.S. 



JAMES W. CALLAHAN 

Assistant Professor of Agricultural Economics 
—M.S. 



A. DONALD CAVEN 

Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture 
— M.L.A. 




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NORMAN G. COURNOYER 

Assistant Professor of Food Management 
— LL.B. 



BRADFORD D. CROSSMON 

Professor of Agricultural Economics — M.P.A. 



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MRS. MARRON DUBOIS 

Instructor in English — B.S. 



WILIAM B. ESSELEN 

Professor of Food Technology and Head 
of Department — Ph.D. 



DAVID A. EVANS 

Assistant Professor of Dairy and Animal 
Science — M.S. 



RICHARD C. FOLEY 

Professor of Dairy and Animal Science — Ph.D. 




THOMAS W. FOX 

Professor of Poultry Science and Head 
of Department — Ph.D. 



HAROLD B. GATSLICK 

Professor of Forestry — Ph.D. 



GEORGE B. GODDARD 

Instructor in Floriculture — M.S. 



FREDERICK GREELEY 

Associate Professor of Forestry and 
Wildlife Management — Ph.D. 



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ROBERT M. GROVER 

Assistant Professor of Poultry Science — B.S. 



TOM S. HAMILTON, JR. 

Assistant Professor of Landscape 
Architecture — B.F.A. 





KIRBY M. HAYES 

Associate Professor of Food Technology — M.S. 



WARD M. HUNTING 

Instructor of Food Technology — M.S. 




DENZEL J. HANKINSON 

Professor of Dairy and Animal Science and 
Head of Department — Ph.D. 



JOHN F. HANSON 

Associate Professor of Entomology — Ph.D. 




WILLIAM G. COLBY 

Professor of Agronomy and Head of 
Department — Ph.D. 



RANDOLPH A. JESTER 

Assistant Professor of Floriculture — M.S. 



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ROBERT W. KLEIS 



Professor of Agricultural Engineering 
and Head of Department — Ph.D. 



STEPHEN R. KOSAKOWSKI 

Athletic Coach, Physical Education 




ERNEST A. JOHNSON 

Instructor of Agricultural Engineering — M.S. 



GORDON S. KING 

Associate Professor of Arboriculture — M.S. 




DEANE LEE 

Assistant Professor of Agricultural Economics 
— M.S. 



EDWARD P. LARKIN 

Assistant Professor of Microbiology — Ph.D. 



THEODORE W. LEED 

Professor of Agricultural and Food 
Economics — Ph.D. 



ARTHUR S. LEVINE 

Professor of Food Technology — Ph.D. 



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WILLIAM P. MAC CONNELL 

Associate Professor of Forestry — M.F. 



DONALD R. MARION 

Assistant Professor of Food Distribution — M.S. 





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WILLIAM J. MELLEN 

Professor of Poultry Science — Ph.D. 



LOUIS F. MICHELSON 

Instructor in Agronomy — Ph.D. 




JOSEPH C. MAWSON 

Instructor in Forestry — M.F. 



DONALD N. MAYNARD 

Instructor in Vegetable Crops — M.S. 



JOHN S. PERRY 

Associate Professor of Agricultural 
Engineering — Ph.D. 



EDWARD S. PIRA 

Assistant Professor of Agricultural 
Engineering — M.S. 



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DONALD E. ROSS 

Assistant Professor of Floriculture — B.S. 



FRANK R. SHAW 

Associate Professor of Entomology — Ph.D. 




J. ROBERT SMYTH, JR. 

Professor of Poultry Science — Ph.D. 



GRANT B. SNYDER 

Acting Head, Horticulture Department — M.S. 



FRANK E. POTTER 

Associate Professor of Dairy and Animal 
Science — Ph.D. 



PAUL N. PROCOPIO 

Associate Professor of Landscape 
Architecture — M.S. 



ROBERT T. SMITH 

Instructor in Poultry Science — MS.S. 



RUSSELL E. SMITH 

Professor of Veterinary Science — D.V.M. 



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FRANKLIN A. SOUTHWICK 

Professor of Horticulture — Ph.D. 



HERBERT G. SPINDLER 

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





JOSEPH TROLL 

Assistant Professor of Agronomy — M.S. 



ALDEN P. TUTTLE 

Assistant Professor of Vegetable Crops — M.S. 




RICHARD L. STROMGREN 

Instructor in Speech — M.A. 



HARVEY L. SWEETMAN 

Professor of Entomology — Ph.D. 




DONALD VAN PELT WADDINGTON 

Instructor in Agronomy — M.S. 



WALTER D. WEEKS 

Associate Professor of Pomology — Ph.D. 



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KAROL S. WISNIESKI 

Instructor in Food Microbiology 
(Public Health)— M.P.H. 



ALBERT L. WRISLEY, JR. 

Assistant Professor of Food Management 
— B.S. 




ELLSWORTH H. WHEELER 

Professor of Entomology — Ph.D. 



LESTER F. WHITNEY 

Assistant Professor of Agricultural 
Engineering — M.S. 



ROBERT T. WILCE 

Assistant Professor of Botany — Ph.D. 



JOHN M. ZAK 

Assistant Professor of Agronomy— M.S. 



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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




Left to Right: Pat Thayer, Secretary; William Cronin, President; Don Jarkko, Vice President; 
Ken Stiles, Treasurer. 




JAMES H. ALLEN 
"Jimmie" Millbury, Mass. 

Major: Food Distribution 
Activities: Food Distribution Club 1, 2, 
Sec. Treas. 2; Stockbridge Senate 1, 2, 
Pres. 2; Stosag 2, Chairman Senior Sec- 
tion 2; Collegiate Chapter FFA 2, 
Treas. 2; Christian Asociation 1; SWAP 
Conference 1961; Pres. Stockbridge 
Senate 2; Alpha Tau Gamma 1, 2; In- 
ter-Dorm Basketball 2; Inter -Dorm 
Bowling 2. 



TAUNO O. AALTO, JR. 
"Duke" MiUis, Massachusetts 

Major: Land Operations 
Placement: Earle B. Mosher Inc. 
Creative Landscaping, Wellesley, Mass. 
Activtiies: Newman Club 1, 2; Hort. 
Club 1, 2; Hort. Show 1, 2; Student 
Chairman of Balcony Committee for 
Hort. Show 2; Student Chairman on 
ticket selling for Hort. Banquet 1. 
Future Plans: Further education at the 
University of Mass. Favorite Saying: 
"Some day I'll be a millionaire." 




BRUCE E. ANDERSON 
Boylston, Mass. 
Major: Food Management 
Placement: Skipper Rest., S. Yarmouth, 
Mass. 

Activities: Stewards Club 1, 2, Treas. 
2; Student Senate 2. 
Future Plans: Management of Hotel or 
Restaurant. Favorite Saying: "What 
will be will be" 






W. BRADFORD ALLEN 
"Brad" Ashburndale, Mass. 

Major: Food Distribution 
Placement: C. A. Cross and Co. Inc., 
Fitchburg, Mass. 

Activities: Alpha Tau Gamma 1, 2, 
Aaivity Chairman 2; Rifle Team 1, 2; 
Varsity S; SWAP Conference, Repre- 
sentative 1; Stewards Club 1; Hort. 
Show 1; Food Distribution Club 1, 2; 
Student Senate 2. 

Future Plans: Supermarketing Field. 
Favorite Saying: "How the H- are ya?" 



ROBERT W. ANDERSON 
"Bob" Dedham, Mass. 

Major: Food Management 
Placement: Fireside Manor, Dedham 
Activities: Steward Club 1, 2, Sec. 2; 
Hockey 1, 2; Football 1, 2; Rifle team 
2; Basketball 2. 

Future Plans: Foodmanager. Favorite 
Saying: "Is that right?" 



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MARVIN G. APPLETON 
"Matv" Stoneham, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Harry Goldstein & Sons, 
North Dartmouth, Mass. 
Activities: Animal Sc. Club 1, 2; Little 
International 2; Dairy Classic 2. 
Future Plans : Futher education. Favorite 
Saying: "Dingleberry" 





BRUCE R. BALDWIN 
"Baldy" Sudbury, Mass 

Major: Food Management 

Placement : The Post Restaurant, Natick, 
Mass. 

Activities: Stewards Club 1, 2; Hort. 
Show 1. 

Future Plans. Further education. Fav- 
orite Saying: "That Cotton Pickin 
Chicken Pluckin Thing" 





DONALD W. ANDERSON 
"Canuck" Woburn, Mass 

Major: Food Distribution 
Placement: IGA Food Liner, Burling- 
ton, Mass. 

Activities: Rifle Club 2; Food Dist. 
Club 1, Vice Pres. 1; Christian Assoc. 
1, 2. 

Future Plans: Further education. Fav- 
orite Saying: "Well isn't that some- 
thing." 



DAVID J. BARBER 
"Dave" Waltham, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: South Shore Country Club 
Activities: Hort. Show 1, 2; Turf Club; 
Basketball 2. 

Future Plans: Golf course superinten- 
dent. Favorite Saying: "Hi" 



PAUL J. BANACOS 

"Butch" Waltham, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Stow Acres Country Club, 
Stow, Mass. 

Activities: Turf Club 1, 2; Hort. Show 
1, 2; President of G.T.C. 
Future Plans: Golf course superinten- 
dent. Favorite Saying: "Let's get him" 



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DONALD P. BLOOD 

"Captain" Milton, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Deershorn Farm, Sterling 
Jet. 

Activities: Strockbridge Rifle Team 1, 
2, Sec.-Treas. 2; Hockey. 
Future Plans; Further Education. Favor- 
ite Saying: "The only way to have a 
friend is to be one." 




LAURIE J. BLACQUIERE 
"Blackie" Gardner, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Grahn Florist, Westminis- 
ter, Mass. 

Activities: Pledge Master A.T.G. 1, 2; 
Football Manager 1, 2; Hort. Show 1, 
2; LF.C. Sports 1, 2. 
Future Plans: Blacquiere Const. Co. 
(Partner) Gardner, Mass. Favorite 
Saying: "What is this?" 



JOHN W. BROWN 
"Brownie" White River Jet., Vt. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Ballardvale Farm 
Activities: Football 1, 2; Senate 2; 
Editor Yearbook 2; Animal Science 
Club 1, 2; Little International 2; Dairy 
Classic 2. 

Future Plans: Home Farm. Favorite 
Saying: "Come on, let's go" 





HOWARD BORGGAARD 
"Howie" Worcester, Mass. 

Major: Veg. Crops 
Placement: Borggaard's Veg. Farm 
Activities: Football 1. 
Future Plans: Market Gardener 



DOUGLAS V. BRIGGS 
"Doug" Hyde Park, Mass 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Thompson Academy 
Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Equestrian Club 1, 2; Stosag 2; Vice 
Pres. Middlesex Dorm 2. 
Future Plans: New England Grain 
Company. Favorite Saying: "The surest 
way not to fail is to determine to suc- 
ceed" 



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ROBERT BUTLER, JR. 
Bob" Boston, Mass. 

Major: Food Distribution 
Placement: Self Employed 
Activities: Christian Association 1; 
Alpha Tau Gamma 1, 2; Publicity 
Ai;ent 2; Milk Judging Team 1; L.F.C. 
Sport 1, 2; Lighting for float parade 2. 
Future Plans: Further Education. Favor- 
ite Saying: "Hum chuck you spear 
chuck em' kid — yezzies" 






TIMOTHY F. BUCKLEY 

"Buck Boy" Newport, R. L 

Major: Turf Maintenance 

Place: Newport Country Club, New- 
port, R. 1. 

Activities: Turf Club 1, 2; Hort. Show 
1, 2. 

Future Plans: Superintendent, Newport 
Country Club. Favorite Saying: "They're 
all retarded" 



RODNEY P. CHADWICK 
"Rod" West Boxford, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Home Farm 
Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Football 2; Little International 2; Dairy 
Classic 2; Christian Assoc. 1, 2. 
Future Plans: Home Farm. Favorite 
Saying: "Stay out of (trouble)!" 




MICHAEL T. COONEY 
"Clutch" Whately, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture 
Placement: Orleans, Cape Cod, Mass. 
Activities: Arboriculture Club 1, 2. 
Future Plans: Further Education. Favor- 
ite Saying: "Thank you, brother John!" 



ROBERT A. CLARK 
Bob" Lee, Mass. 

Major: Wood Products 
Placement: Bergh Lumber Corporation 
Activities: Forestry Club 
Future Plans: "Work in the Lumber 
Industry" 



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ROBERT J. CORMIER 

"Scooter" Gardner, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Worcester State Hospital 
Activities: Animal Sc. Club 2; Cross 
Country Team 1, 2; Indoor Track 1, 2; 
Little International 2; Football 2. 
Future Plans: Further Education. Favor- 
ite Saying: "Take it easy but take it" 



EDWARD A. CONSOLATI 
"Ed" Lee, Mass. 

Major: Turf Maintenance 
Placement: Pittsfield Country Club 
Activities: Turf Club 1, 2; Hort. Show 
1, 2. 

Future Plans: Golf Course Superinten- 
dent. Favorite Saying: "Caputi, get off 
my back" 




SAMUEL A. D'ANGELO 
"Noseo" Andover, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Arbor-Way Nurseries 
Activities: Land Op. Club 1, 2; New- 
man Club 1, 2; Judiciary 2; Stosag 2. 
Future Plans: Further Schooling. Favor- 
ite Saying: "Who said that" "Hey Prof" 






"Bill" 



WILLIAM J. CRONIN 

Andover, Mass. 



Major: Food Management 
Placement: Rock View House, Mon- 
tague, New Jersey 

Activities: Pres. Senior Class; Sec. 
Freshmen Class; Student Senate 1, Vice 
Pres. 2; Stewards Club 1, Vice Pres. 2; 
Food Seminar 1; Centennial Commit- 
tee; Hort. Show 1; Newman Club 2; 
Inter-Dorm Council 2; Counselor; Float 
Committee; Snow Sculpture Committee. 
Future Plans: Resort Hotel Business. 
Favorite Saying: "How goes it" 



DONALD B. CURRAN 
"Kid" Danvers, Mass. 

Major: Land Operations 
Placement: Osgood Arborist and Quali- 
ty Tree and Limb Clearing Co. 
Activities: Pres. Land Op. Club; Dorm 
Counselor 2. 

Future Plans: Business of own and con- 
tinue school. Favorite Saying: "Even 
steel is useless when tempered to much" 



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RONALD E. DESPRES 
"Ronnie" Hudson, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Bigelow Nutseries, North- 
bo ro 

Activities Arbor Club 1, Land Op. 
Club 2, Hort. Show 1, 2. 
Future Plans' Operate Industrial Land- 
scape and Enterprise Firm Favorite 
Saying: "That's too bad" 





PAUL F. DEVINE 
"Bob" Norwood, Mass. 

Major; Food Distribution 
Placement: Simoni's Flowers 
Activities: Rifle Club 1, 2; Rod and 
Gun Club 1, 2; Food Dist. Club 1, 2. 
Favorite Saying: "Censored" 




JOHN H. DIRR 
"Jack" Chicopee Falls, Mass. 

Major: Vegetable Crops 
Placement: McKinstery's Market Gar- 
den, Chicopee Falls 

Activities: Hockey Team 1, 2; Football 
1; Cross Country 1; Vegetable Club 1; 
Hort. Show 1, 2. 

Future Plans: Own my own business 
Favorite Saying: "There's no place like 
home" 




■WILLIAM R. DENNEN 
"Bill" Fitchburg, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Worcester State Hospital 
Activities: An. Hus. Club 1, 2; Rifle 
Team 2; 4-H Club 1, 2; Little Interna- 
tional 2; Dairy Classic 2. 
Future Plans: Service and Manage 
Dairy Farm. Favorite Saying: "What's 
up!" 



THOMAS W. DOHERTY 

"Tom" Woburn, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Taunton State Hospital 
Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Little International 1; Dairy Classic 1. 
Future Plans: Further Education. Favor- 
ite Saying: "When things do not come 
your way, it's a sign you ought to be 
going after them" 



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CHARLES A. DOOLEY, JR. 
"Chuck" Chicopee, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Adams Nursery Inc. 
Activities: Land Op. Club 1, 2, Treas. 
2; Hort. Show 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; 
Hockey 1. 

Future Plans; Further Education. Favor- 
ite Saying: "Poor" 






JOHN DOLBY 
"Jack" Great Barrington 

Major: Floriculture 

Placement: Dolby's Florist, Great Bar- 
rington 

Activities: Basketball 1; Hort. Show 
1, 2; Floriculture Club 1, 2. 
Future Plans: Own and run retail 
greenhouse. Favorite Saying: "Hey" 




GEORGE A. DUGGAN 
Lowell, Mass 
Major: Wood Produas 
Placement: Concord Woodworking Co. 
Activities: Counselor 2; Forestry Club 
2; Newman Club 2. 
Future Plans: Employment in wood 
working industry. Favorite Saying: 
"Live today, for tomorrow may never 
come" 





NORMAN J. DOUCET 
"Douce" Fitchburg, Mass 

Major: Turf 

Placement : Knickerbocker Country 
Club, Tenafly, N. J. 

Activities: Hort. Show 1, 2; Turf Man- 
agement Club 1, 2; Newman Club 1. 
Future Plans: Golf Course Superinten- 
dent or Service. Favorite Saying: "It's 
all you're fault" 




RONDA M. DOUTHWRIGHT 
Princeton, Mass. 
Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Fitchburg Animal Hospital 
Activities: FFA 1; Animal Science Club 
1, 2; Dairy Classic 2. 
Future Plans: Vet's Assistant. Favorite 
Saying: "Noise is not necessary for 
success" 



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EVERETT R. EMINO 
"Evi" West Upton, Mass. 

Major: Floriculture 

Placement; Sunnyslope Gardens, West- 
bo ro 

Activities: Floriculture Club 1, 2, Pres. 
2; FFA 1, 2; Hort. Show 1, 2; Student 
Senate 2. 

Future Plans: Further Education. Own 
greenhouse range. Favorite Saying: "Let 
me tell you!" 





RONALD S. EVERETT 
"Ron" Norway, Maine 

Major: Food Management 
Placement: The Inn Beddeford Pool, 
Maine 

Activities: Pres. Stewards Club. 
Future Plans: Food Director of a col- 
lege. Favorite Saying: "Watch your pen- 
nies and the dollars will take care of 
themselves." 




DONALD K. FARON 

"Duck" Millbury, Mass. 

Major: Forestry 

Placement: Mt. Hood National Forest, 
Bardow District, Dufur, Oregon 
Activities: Forestry Club 1, 2; U of M 
Ski Club 1, 2; Rod and Gun Club 2. 
Future Plans: Further Education. Favor- 
ite Saying: "I don't know" 




ROBERT E. EDGREN 
"Bob" Weymouth, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Harmondale Farm, East 
Bridgewater, Mass. 

Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Little International 2; Dairy Classic 2. 
Future Plans: Further Education. Favor- 
ite Saying: "Which way to Albany.'" 



CHARLES N. FLINKSTROM 
"Charlie" Ashby, Mass. 

Major: Forestry 

Placement: St. Joe N. F., Idaho 
Activities: Rifle Club 1; Forestry Club 
1, 2; Sec.-Treas. Middlesex Dorm 1. 
Future Plans: Further Education. Favor- 
ite Saying: "He who does things for 
others, befriends himself also" 



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JOSEPH GARCIA 
"Pepi" Pittsfield, Mass. 

Major; Forestry 

Placement: U. S. Forest Service, Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. 

Activities: Alpha Tau Gamma 1, 2, 
Pres. 2; Forestry Club 1, 2; Inter Fra- 
ternity Council 2. 

Future Plans: Go back out West to 
"Montana" and further education. 
Favorite Saying: "Hi Guys!!" 



PAUL R. FRENCH 
"Paul" Danvers, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Farmer and Wessell, 
Danvers 

Activities: Turf Club 1; Land Op, Club 
Club I, 2. 

Future Plans: Landscape Contracting. 
Favorite Saying: "Are you serious.'" 




MALCOLM GRAHAM 
"Mai" Woburn, Mass. 

Major: Floriculture 

Placement: Davenport's Garden Center, 
Lexington 

Activities: Floriculture Club 1, 2; Hort. 
Show I, 2, Co-Chairman Hort. Show 2. 
Future Plans: Work for government 
out West after further education. 
Favorite Saying: "Hold on there!" 






GORDON R. GIFFORD 
"Gordie" Canton, Mass. 

Major: Land Operations 
Placement: Smith's Landscape Service, 
Westwood, Mass. 

Activities: Alpha Tau Gamma 1, 2, 
Assistant House Manager 2; Inter Fra- 
ternity Council Sports 1, 2; Inter Fra- 
ternity Council Activities 1, 2; Land. 
Op. Club 1, 2, Corresponding Sec; 
Hort. Show 1, 2. 

Future Plans: Own my own business. 
Favorite Saying: "Tough" 



BERNARD J. GOLONKA 
"Bernie" North Hatfield, Mass. 

Major: Turf Maintenance 
Placement: Huntington Crescent Club, 
Huntington, Long Island, N. Y. 
Activities: Turf Club 1, 2; Hort. Show 
1, 2; Football 1, 2. 

Future Plans: Golf Course Superinten- 
dent. Favorite Saying: "The spice of 
life is merriment" 



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LOUIS GREENSTEIN 
"Louie" Revere, Mass. 

Major: Food Management 
Placement: Charter House Hotel, Lynn 
Activities: Stewards Club 1, 2; Hillel 
Foundation (Dorm Rep) 1, 2; Collegian 
1, Hort. Show 1; Food Seminar 1. 
Future Plans; Further Education, Hotel 
Manager. Favorite Saying: "Think Big" 






BENJAMIN FRANKLIN GREENE III 

"Benjy" Barre, Mass. 

Major: Wood Products 

Placement: Arthur F. Tyler Co., Athol, 

Mass. 

Activities: Forestry Club 2. 

Future Plans: Plant Manager. Favorite 

Saying: "Money's not everything, but 

it helps" 



E. RICHARD HAJDYS 

"Haj" Beverly, Mass. 

Major: Forest Management 
Placement: Mt. Hood National Forest, 
Barlow District, Dufur, Oregon 
Activities: Football 1, 2; Forestry Club 
1, 2; Rod and Gun Club 2; Rifle Club 
1; Varsity S Club. 

Future Plans: Employment with U.S. 
Forestry Service. Favorite Saying: 
"What do ya mean; 'I'm wrong'? 




RUSSELL W. HARNDEN, JR. 
"Russ" Foxboro, Mass 

Major: Wood Products 
Placement: Finley Manufacturing Corp. 
Activities: Forestry Club 1, 2; Dorm 
Counselor 2. 

Future Plans: Wood Products Field. 
Favorite Saying: "Personality makes 
the man" 



RUSSELL HARMAN 
"Russ" Charlton, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Corona Farm, Southwick, 
Mass. 

Activities: Animal Science Club 2; 
Dairy Classic 1, 2; Little International 
2; Stosag 2; Christian Association 2; 
4-H Club 2. 

Future Plans: Further Education and 
own my own farm. Favorite Saying: 
"Gosh darn it" 



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HOWARD L. HATCH, JR. 
"Bill" Monson, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Red Rock Farm, Sterling, 
Mass. 

Activities: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 
2; Little International 2. 
Future Plans: Own and operate my 
own farm. Favorite Saying: "There is 
strength in silence." 



CHARLES R. HARRIS 
"Chuck" Quincy, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Taunton State Hospital 
Activities: Student Senate 1; Stosag 2; 
Football 1, 2; Hockey 1, 2; Animal 
Science Club 1, 2; Little International 
2; Dairy Classic 2. 

Future Plans: My own farm. Favorite 
Saying: "How bout that" 



EVERETT C. HENDERSON, JR. 
"Murph" Arlington, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: U. of M. Farm 
Activities: Football 1, 2; Animal Science 
Club 1, 2; Little International 2; Dairy 
Classic 2. 

Future Plans: Further Education, own 
my own farm. Favorite Saying: "Don't 
worry about it!" 







PAUL J. HAYES 
"Tall Paul" North Billerica, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture 
Placement: Osgood Arborist and Quali- 
ty Tree and Landscaping Service 
Activities: Newman Club 1, 2; Arbori- 
culture Club 1, 2; Horticulture Show 1, 
2; Sec. of Berkshire House 1. 
Future Plans: Further Education, Tree 
Warden. Favorite Saying: "It's better 
to have loved and lost than never to 
have loved at all." 



IVAN M. HEATH 
"Rebel" Taunton, Mass. 

Major: Floriculture 
Placement: U. of M. Greenhouse 
Activities: Alpha Tau Gamma 1, 2; 
Inter Fraternity Activities 1, 2; House 
Guide and Jewelers Rep. 2; Floriculture 
Club 1, 2; Hort. Show 1, 2, Chairman; 
Equestrian Club 2. 

Favorite Saying: " 'T. S.' don't stand 
for Turkey Sandwich" 



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JOHN D. HOLDEN 
John "the Baptist" Cleveland, Ohio 
Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Waltham Field Experiment 
Station, Waltham, Mass. 
Activities: Sec.-Treas. Middlesex Dorm 
2; Reporter for Newman Club 2; Track 
Team 1. 

Future Plans: To do some work in 
landscaping and To do whatever God 
Wills. Favorite Saying: "Spazz!" 





BRUCE M. HOWDEN 
"Dynamite" Sheffield, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Howden Farm, Sheffield 
Activities: Little International 2; Dairy 
Classic 2; Animal Science Club 2; Stosag 
(Head of dividers and fillers). 2; Can- 
terbury Club. 

Future Plans: Further Education. Favor- 
ite Saying: "Be good" 




JOHN R. HUGHES 
'Big Bad John" Brockton, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture 
Placement: Huntley Tree Service, Han- 
over, Mass. 

Activities: Arbor Club 1, 2. 
Future Plans: Further Education. Favor- 
ite Saying: "Poor" 




DELOS M. HILTON 
"Prof or Del" Worcester, Mass. 

Major: Turf 

Placement: Pleasant Valley CC and 
Worcester CC 

Activities: Turf Club 1, 2; Statesmen 1; 
Ski Club 1, 2. 

Future Plans: Golf course superinten- 
dent. Favorite Saying: "Wow? She's 
a doll, Pete!" 



M. THEODORE HYLAND 



"Ted" 



Holden, Mass. 



Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Hyland Pitch and Putt Golf 
Course 

Activities: Turf Management Club 1, 2, 
Program Chairman and Correspondence 
Sec. 1, 2! Alumni Committee 2; New- 
man Club 1, 2, Asst. Dorm Captain 2; 
Basketball 1, 2, Captain 2; Horticulture 
Show 1. 

Future Plans: Further Education. Favor- 
ite Saying: "Did you see anyone?" 



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MARK E. JENSON 
"Swiss" Lexington, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement; Venture Farm, Gladstone, 
N.J. 

Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Little International 2; Dairy Classic 2. 
Future Plans: Further Education, Veter- 
inary Science. Favorite Saying: "The 
best things in life are free" 



DON O. JARKKO 
"Flying Finn" Fitchburg, Mass. 

Major: Poultry Science 
Placement: Edward Palo, Fitchburg, 
Mass. 

Activities: Class officer, Vice President 
1, 2; 4-H Club 1, 2, Vice Pres. 2; Stu- 
dent Senate 1, 2; Stosag 1, 2; Square 
Dance Club 2; Shorthorn 2; Poultry 
Club 1, 2. 

Future Plans: Partnership with my bro- 
thers. Favorite Saying: "Let's take a 
coffee break" 




JOHN C. KASPER 
"Johnny" Bristol, Conn. 

Major: Turf 

Placement: Chippanee Country Club, 
Bristol, Conn. 

Activities: Turf Club 1, 2, Vice Pres. 1; 
Hort. Show 1, 2; Dorm Counselor 2; 
Gryphon Society 2. 

Future Plans: Further Education. Favor- 
ite saying : "Who's the new kid" 






KENNETH JOHNSON 
"Ken" Marshfield, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: U. of M. 
Activities: Football 1; Animal Hus- 
bandry Club 1, 2; 4-H Club 1; Little 
International 2; Dairy Classic 2. 
Future Plans: Further Education. Favor- 
ite Saying: "What's new" 



ANDREW B. JOHNSTON 
"Andy" Ludlow, Mass. 

Major: Turf Maintenance 
Placement: Crestview Country Club, 
Agawam, Mass. 

Activities: Turf Club 1, 2; Hort. Show 
1, 2. 

Future Plans: Golf Course Superinten- 
dent. Favorite Saying: "Let's go to the 
barn Wednesday night" 



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JOHN H. LAKUS 
"Butch" Cambridge, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Bonny's Garden Center, 
Cambridge 

Activities: Alpha Tau Gamma 1, 2; 
Newman Club 1, 2; Land Op. Club 1 
2; Hockey 1; Bowling League 1; Foot- 
ball 1; Office at House 2; Sargeant of 
Arms 1. 




WILLIAM N. LAVOIE, JR. 
"Bill" Lowell, Mass. 

Major: Dairy Technology 
Placement: Sealtest Foods, Lawrence 
Activities: Dairy Club 2; Newman Club 
I, 2; Alpha Tau Gamma 1, 2 Treas.; 
Stockbridge Finance Committee 2, 
Chairman. 

Future Plans: Milk Dealer. Favorite 
Saying: "To laugh is human, to amuse 
is devine ' 



JOHN A. LEHTO 
"Rat" Hingham, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture 
Placement: Forester Tree Service Inc. 
Weymouth, Mass. 

Activities: Arbor Club Sec. and Treas.; 
Chairman of Arbor Exhibit of Hort. 
Show 1, 2. 
Favorite Saying: "Poor" 




ROGER A. KINNEAR 
"Rog" Gardner, Mass 

Major: Dairy Technology 
Placement: Hillcrest Dairy, Worcester, 
Mass. 

Activities: Rifle Team 2; Christian As- 
sociation 1, 2; Ski Club 1, 2; Dairy 
Club 2. 

Future Plans: Further Education. Favor- 
ite Saying: "Penny saved is a penny 
earned" 



C. WILLIAM LLEWELYN, JR. 
"Bill" "Charlie" Northfield 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Home Farm, Fire Point 
Farm 

Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Rifle Club 2; Little International 2; 
Dairy Classic 2; 4-H Club 2; Square 
Dancing Committee. 
Future Plans: Operate Home Farm with 
brother. Favorite Saying: "What's 
new?" 



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L. GARY LUCCINI 

"Lucy" Franklin, Mass. 

Major: Turf 

Placement; Franklin Country Club 

Activities: Turf Club 1, 2; Hort. Show 

1; Basketball 1, 2. 

Future Plans: Supt. Favorite Saying: 

"Let's go down for a few, Art." 



ROBERT F. LOCKE 
"Bobby" Worcester, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Gus Nelson Landscape 
Activities: Basketball 1, 2; Landscape 
1, 2; Newman Club 1. 
Future Plans: Service, own my own 
business. Favorite Saying: "Fine, and 
you?" 




F. PATRICK MARONEY 
"Pat" Revere, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Buildings and Grounds, 
Amherst 

Activities: Rep. Student Senate; Alpha 
Tau Gamma 1, 2, Vice President 2; 
Hockey 1, 2; L F. C. Sports 1, 2; Hort. 
Show 1, 2; Inter-Fraternity Sports and 
Aaivities 1, 2. 






NEIL A. MALKASIAN 
Auburn, Mass. 
Major: Forest Management 

Placement: Lolo National Forest Super- 
ior, Montana 

Activities: Forestry Club 1, 2; Year- 
book Staff 2; Hockey 2. 
Future Plans: Further Education. Favor- 
ite Saying: "A laugh a day keeps trou- 
ble away" 



LEIGH D. MANTELL 
"Ohio" Madison, Ohio 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Cliff side Country Club, 
Simsbury, Conn. 

Activities: Hort. Show 1, 2; Turf Man- 
agement Club 1, 2. 

Future Plans: Further Education. Favor- 
ite Saying: "A friendly smile to face 
the world" 



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ROBERT E. McCarthy, jr. 

"Mac" WiUiamstown, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture 
Placement; McCarthy's Tree and Land- 
scape Service 

Activities: Pres. Arbor Club 2. 
Future Plans; McCarthy's Tree and 
Landscape Service. Favorite Saying; "So 
they say" 





JOHN W. McKINLEY 
Red " Winchester, Mass. 

Major; Animal Science 
Placement: Dept. of Research and Pro- 
duction, U. of M. 

Actiiities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Little International 2; Classic 2. 
Future Plans: Teach Vocational Ag. af- 
ter Further Education. Favorite Say- 
ing: '"Where's the coffee?" 





ORRIN ■W. MASON, JR. 
"Orne" Holden, Mass 

Major Animal Science 
Placement: Home 

Activities: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 
2, Little International 2, Treas. 2; Dairy 
Classic 2; 4-H Club 2; Rifle Team 2. 
Future Plans: Home Farm. Favorite 
Saying: '"What do you say?.'" 



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PAUL D. MERRILL 
"Doug" Haverhill, Mass 

Major: Food Distribution 
Activities: Food Distribution 1, 2; Rifle 
Team 2. 

Future Plans; Further Education. Favor- 
ite Saying; "It's the little ones you have 
to watch out for." 



LAWRENCE MERCURI 
"Merk" Hudson, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Stow Acres C. C, Stow, 
Mass. 

Activities: Turf Club 1, 2; Hort. Show 
1, 2. 

Future Plans: Golf Course Management. 
Favorite Saying: "This stuff is insane" 



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EDWARD A. MERSKI, JR. 
"Mersk" Greenfield, Mass. 

Major; Forestry 

Placement: Mt. Hood Nat. Forest, Bar- 
low District, Dofur, Ore. 
Activities: Forestry Club 1, 2. 
Future Plans: Work for the forest ser- 
vice and continue education. Favorite 
Saying: 'L'ife is what you make it." 



NICHOLAS C. MOORE 
"Weisil" Cotuit, Mass. 

Major: Arbor 
Placement: California 
Favorite Saying: "The opportunity for 
promoting mischief is found 100 times 
a day." 




WILLIAM J. MISTRETTA 
"Bill' Woburn, Mass. 

Major: Floriculture 

Activities: Floriculture Club I, 2; Hort. 
Show 1, 2; Newman Club 1, 2. 
Future Plans: Further education at the 
University of Mass. Favorite Saying: 
"Who me?" 






JAMES MITCHELL 
'Mitch" Springfield, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Jug End Barn, South Egre- 
mont, Mass. 

Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Rifle Team (Sec.-Treas. 1, Pres 2); 
Alpha Tau Gamma 1, 2; Judiciary 1, 2, 
Sec. and Treas.; Newman Club 1, 2; 
Little International 2, Dairy Classic 2. 
Future Plans: Further Education. Favor- 
ite Saying: "That's all right." 



WILLIAM J. MONAHAN III 
"Bud" Marlboro, Mass 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Hinsdale Raceway, New 
Hampshire 

Activities: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 
2; Little International 2; Riding Club 
1, 2; Dairy Classic 2; 4-H Club 2; 
Square Dance Club 2. 
Future Plans: Horsemen. Favorite Say- 
ing: "Cool as a bull moose." 



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RICHARD A. MOTTOLO 
"Dick" Andover, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Self employed 
Activities: Pres. Collegiate Chapter FFA 
2; Sec. Collegiate Chapter FFA 1; Rifle 
Team 1; Little International 2; Dairy 
Classic 2. 

Future Plans: Own and operate his own 
farm. Favorite Saying: "Better luck 
next time." 





FREDERICK M. NAZZEWSKl 
"Bronco" Adams, Mass. 

Major: Wood Products 
Placement: Northeast Wood Products, 
Pownal, Vermont 
Activities: Forestry Club 1, 2. 
Future Plans: Work in wood products. 
Favorite Saying: "Life is what you make 
it" 




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ALLAN D. MORRISON 
"Al" Randolph, Mass. 

Major: Food Management 
Placement: Massachusetts Soldier's 
Home, Chelsea, Mass. 
Activities: Steward's Club 1, 2. 
Future Plans: Inplant feeding. Manage- 
ment. Favorite Saying: "It matters not 
how long we live, but how!" 




WAYNE E. OSBORNE 
"Ozzie" Franklin, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Medfield State Hospital 
Activities: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 
■Vice Pres. 2; Stosag 2 (Co-editor); 
Senate 2; Little International 2; Dairy 
Classic 2. 

Future Plans: Further Education. Favor- 
ite Saying: "Is that right?" 



PATRICK J. O'CONNOR 
"Pat" Berkshire Village 

Major: Turf 

Activities: Hort Show 1, 2; Newman 
Club 1; Student Senate 1; Pres. Turf 
Club 1, 2; Turf Club 1, 2. 
Future Plans: Golf Course Superinten- 
dent. Favorite Saying: "Keep cool" 



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ALLAN C. PARKER 
"Albert" Falmouth, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture 
Placement: AUenby Tree Service, Fal- 
mouth, Mass. 

Activities: Operetta Guild; Forestry 
Club 1, 2. 

Future Plans: Gain a greater amount 
of practical knowledge in Arbor, then 
go into business for myself. Favorite 
Saying: "There is more than one fish 
in the pond" 



RALPH S. PHIPPS 
"Phippsie ' Leicester, Mass. 

Major: Forestry 

Placement: Nebraska National Forest 
Activities: Forestry Club 1, 2: 
Future Plans: Further Education. Favor- 
ite Saying: "Power rests in tranquility" 



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RICHARD C. PEARSON 
"Dick" Melrose, Mass. 

Major: Dairy Technology 

Placement: H. P. Hood & Sons, Boston 
Milk Plant 

Activities: Dairy Club 1, 2; Mass. Dairy 
Technological Society2; Christian Assn. 
1, 2; President of the Dairy Club 2; 
Class Martial "62" 

Future Plans: Futher Education and 
H. P. Hood & Sons. Favorite Saying: 
"Yes, But". 






RICHARD F. PERCHAK 
"Dick" Sunderland, Mass. 

Major: Food Mgt. 

Placement: Cobbs Mill Inn, Westport, 
Conn. 

Activities: Stewards Club 1, 2; Basket- 
ball 2. 

Future Plans: Cobbs Mill Inn. Favorite 
Saying: "Look at that" 



BRUCE N. PERRY 
"Bruce" Randolph, Mass 

Major: Turf Mgt. 

Placement: South Shore Country Club, 
Hingham, Mass. 

Activities: Turf Club 1, 2; Hort. Show 
1, 2; Football 1; Basketball 1, 2. 
Future Plans: Golf Course Superinten- 
dent. Favorite Saying: "This is insane" 



LEIGHTON J. PORTER 
"Late" Harwich, Mass. 

Major: Food Distribution 
Placement; Stop and Shop, Dennisport, 
Mass. 

Acthities: A.T.G. 1, 2; Sports Chair- 
man 2; Stewards Club 1; Horticulture 
Show 1; Food Distribution Club 1, 2; 
I.F.C. Sports 1, 2. 

Future Plans; Management Trainee. 
Favorite Saying: "Come on we've got 
to study now" 





RICHARD M. POWELL 
"Dick" Lawrence, Mass. 

Major; Animal Science 
Placement; Chedco Farm, Berline, Mass. 
Activities: Little International 2; Dairy 
Classic 2; Football 1. 
Future Plans: To go on to University 
of Maine (Major in Wildlife). Favorite 
Saying: "What's new" 




RICHARD K. REED 
"Dick" Salem, Mass. 

Major: Land Operations 
Placement: Atlantic Landscaping Service 
Activities: Newman Club 1; Horticul- 
ture Club 1, 2. 

Future Plans: Undecided. Favorite Say- 
ing: "Ya-Ho" 




GEORGE M. PORTER 
"George" Hanson, Mass. 

Major: Pomology 

Placement: Derby Farm, Leominster 
Activities: Pomology Club 1, 2; Senate 
Representative 2; Horticulture Show 1, 
2. 

Future Plans: Undecided. Favorite Say- 
ing: 'Hi!" 



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DONALD W. RICHARDSON 
"Don" Melrose, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Waltham Field Station 
Activities: Landscape Operations Club 
1, 2; Horticulture Show 1, 2; Hockey 1. 
Future Plans: Further Education Favor- 
ite Saying; "Toose" 




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WILLIAM H. RIVERS 
"Bill" Hubbardston, Mass. 

Major: Forest Management 
Placement: Kootenai National Forest, 
Yaak District, Troy, Montana 
Activities: Rod and Gun Club 2; For- 
estry Club 1, 2; Rifle Club 1. 
Future Plans: Further Education. Favor- 
ite Saying: "Nothing succeeds like suc- 
cess" 



KENNETH RISDAL 
"Ken" Fairhaven, Mass. 

Major: Food Distribution 
Placement: Kittansett Golf Club 
Activities: A.T.G. 1, 2, Secretary 2; 
Inter-Fraternity Sports 1, 2; I.F.C. Sing 
1, 2; Food Distribution Club 2; Stew- 
ards Club 1; Horticulture Show 1; Food 
Seminar 1; Inter-Dormitory Sports 1. 
Future Plans: Supermarketing Field. 
Favorite Saying: The Classics are at 
"Yezzies", guys 



DOUGLAS G. ROBERTSON 
"Doug" Andover, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement; Clarke's Nursery, Concord, 
Mass. 

Activities: Student Senate 1, 2; Stock- 
bridge Judiciary 1, Chief Justice 2; 
Landscape Operations Club 1, 2; Dorm 
Treasurer 1; Dorm Counselor 2; Horti- 
culture Show 1; Senate Election Com- 
mittee 2; Gryphon Society 2. 
Future Plans: Further Education. Favor- 
ite Saying: "Let's keep it quiet down 
there" 







JOHN L. ROBERTS 
"Big John" Greenfield, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement : Cooperlane Farm, Shelburne, 
Mass. 

Activities: Little International 2; Dairy 
Classic 2; Animal Husbandry 2. 
Future Plans: Own and operate dairy 
farm. Favorite Saying: "What's new" 



DEAN ROBERTSON 
"Dino" Stoneham, Mass. 

Major: Turf Maintenance 
Placement: Belmont Country Club 
Activities: Turf Management Club 1, 2; 
Stockbridge Hockey 'Team 1; Horticul- 
ture Show 1, 2. 

Future Plans: Golf Course Superinten- 
dent. Favorite Saying: "Caputi", Lend 
me a nickel!" 



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RICHARD W. ROGERS 
"Richie" West Springfield, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Lowland Farms, Monterey, 
Mass. 

Activities: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 
2; Rifle Club 2; Little International 1, 
2; Dairy Classic 2; Riding Club 1; 
Square Dance Club 2; 4-H Club 2. 
Future Plans: Further Education. Favor- 
ite Saying: "Cool as a moose" 



FRED K. RODEL 
"Ken" Holbrook, Mass. 

Major: Dairy Technology 
Placement: Howard D. Johnson's, 
Brockton, Mass. 

Activities: Newman Club 1, 2; Football 
1, 2; Dairy Club 2. 

Future Plans: Further Education. Favor- 
ite Saying: "What me worry" 





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RAYMOND A. ROBICHAUD, JR. 
"Ray" Athol, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Earle B. Mosher Inc., 
Wellesley, Mass. 

Activities: Newman Club 1, 2; Land- 
scape Operations Club 1, 2; Horticul- 
ture Show 1, 2. 

Future Plans : Further Education. Favor- 
ite Saying: "A friendly manner finds a 
way" 



RICHARD N. ROSSI 
"Ross" Northampton, Mass. 

Major: Food Management 
Placement: Shawmut Inn, Kennebunk- 
port, Maine 

Activities: Basketball 1, 2; Steward's 
Club 1, 2. 

Future Plans: Hotel Training. Favorite 
Saying: "Hey! Look at that Chick" 



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THOMAS J. ROSS 

"Uncle Tom" West Stockbridge, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 

Placement: A. J. Durlack, Great Bar- 

rington, Mass. 

Activities: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 

2; Editor Shorthorn 2; Senate 2; Little 

International 2; Dairy Classic 2; Stosag 

2. 

Future Plans: Own and operate own 

dairy farm. Favorite Saying: "Never 

was one to rush into anything" 



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ROBERT L. ROWLEY 

"Rapid" Sandisfield, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Fiske's Post Road Nursery, 
North boro, Mass. 
Activities: Land Op. Club 1,.2. 
Future Plans: Park Maintenance in a 
state park. Favorite Saying: "What 
a revolting development" 




RICHARD P. ROURKE 
"Governor" Lowell, Mass. 

Major: Dairy Technology 
Placement: Sealtest Foods 
Activities: Freshman Class Treasurer; 
Student Senate 1; Dairy Club Treasurer 
2; "Miss Campus Chest" '61; Alpha 
Tau Gamma 1, 2, Social Chairman 2; 
Winter Carnival Committee 1; Sno Ball 
Committee 1; All IFC Sports 1, 2. 
Future Plans: Alcorn Agricultural and 
Mechanical College. Favorite Saying: 
"But, but, but," 





ERNEST G. ST. PIERRE 
"Professor" Methuen, Mass. 

Major: Poultry 

Placement: John W. Hall Jr., Andover, 
Mass. 

Activities: Newman Club 1, 2; Poultry 
Club 1, 2, Pres. 2; Student Senate 2; 
Future Plans: Further Education. Favor- 
ite Saying: "Things will be better in 
■63" 






HAROLD E. RUSSELL 
"Hal" Charlton, Mass. 

Major: Food Management 
Placement: Public House, Sturbridge, 
Mass. 

Activities: Stewards Club 1, 2. 
Future Plans: Undecided. Favorite Say- 
ing: 'Success comes in cans not can'ts." 



RAYMOND F. RUSSELL 
"Russell" Hadley, Mass. 

Major. 'Veg. Crops 

Placement: Hibbards Farm, North Had- 
ley, Mass. 

Activities: Veg. Club 1, 2. 
Future Plans: Operate a vegetable farm 
Favorite Saying: "You can't Beat it" 



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THOMAS R. SHEARER 

"Tom" Northfield, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 

Placement; R-Jet Farm, Home Farm, 

Northfield, Mass. 

Aclii'ities: Business Manager Stosag; 

Business Manager Shorthorn. 

Future Plans: Home Farm Partnership 

Favorite Saying: "Your kidding of 

course" 





JOSEPH F. SILK 
"Joe" Salem, Mass. 

Major: Turf Maintenance 
Placement: United Shoe Country Club, 
Beverly, Mass. 

Activities: Horticulture Show 1; New- 
man Club 1; Turf Club 1, 2. 
Future Plans: Golf Course Superinten- 
dent. Favorite Saying: "I don't know" 




PAUL R. SIMEONE 
South Acton, Mass. 
Major: Vegetable Crops 
Placement: Modesto Simeone 
Activities: Horticulture Show 1 
Future Plans: Farm Manager. 
Saying: "Bad News" 



2. 
Favorite 




PETER D. SEALE 
"Pete" Watertown, Mass. 

Major: Floriculture 

Placement: Arrowhead Gardens Inc., 
Wayland, Mass. 

Activities: Hort. Show 1, 2; Floricul- 
ture Club 1, 2, Treas. 2. 
Future Plans: Retail Grower. Favorite 
Saying: "Past unkown, present confus- 
ed, future hopeful." 



DAVID F. SMITH 
"Smitty" Waltham, Mass. 

Major: Floriculture 
Placement: Pierce Bros., Inc. 
Activities: Floriculture Club 2; Horti- 
culture Show 2; Co-chairman of ar- 
rangement and corsages — Horticulture 
Show. 

Future Plans: Will return and work at 
Pierce Bros., Inc. Favorite Saying: "Its 
all right" 



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GEORGE A. SMITH 
"Red" Worcester, Mass. 

Major: Dairy Technology 
Placement: Smithfield Ice Cream Inc. 
Activities: Dairy Club 1, 2; Massachu- 
setts Dairy Technological Society 1; 
Newman Club 1, 2. 

Future Plans: Further Education, Favor- 
ite Saying: "Why not" 



KENDRICK R. STRIBLEY 
"Strib" Milton, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Brookside Farm, Westmin- 
ster 

Activities: Animal Science Club 2; 
Hockey Team 1, 2; Football Team 2; 
Berkshire Dorm Treasurer 2; Stosag 2; 
Little International 2; Dairy Classic 2. 
Future Plans: Dairy farm owner. 
Favorite Saying: "So what" 




ROBERT M. STANSIFER 
"Big Stan" Hyannis, Mass. 

Major: Food Distribution 
Placement: Stop & Shop, Hyannis, Mass. 
Activities: Student Senate 2; Food Dis- 
tribution 1, 2, President 2; Rifle Team 
1, 2; University of Massachusetts Rod 
and Gun Club 1, 2. 
Future Plans: Further Education. Favor- 
ite Saying: "Its inevitable" 






JOHN P. STEEL 
"J-P-" Bennington, Vt. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Wentworth Farm, Amherst 
Activities: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 
2; Little International 2; Dairy Classic 
2. 

Future Plans: Service and then home 
farm. Favorite Saying: "Hey! Wing 
dingy" 



KENNETH R. STILES 



"Ken" 



Melrose, Mass. 



Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Winsor C. Brown & Son, 
White River Junction, Vt. 
Activities: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 
2; F.F.A. 1, 2; Stosag 2; Shorthorn 2; 
Newman Club 1, 2; Treasurer Senior 
Class 2, Student Senate 2; Little In- 
ternational 2; Dairy Classic 2. 
Future Plans: Own and operate own 
farm. Favorite Saying: "Education is 
Life" 



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FREDERICK D. SYLVIA, JR. 
"Fredy" Saugus, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Danver State Hospital 
Activities: Track 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; 
Little International 2; Dairy Classic 2. 
Future Plans: Further Education. Vet 
Medicine, Texas A&M. Favorite Say- 
ing: "I give up, what?" 




TAMULEN 
"Tam" Gardner 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Gibbet Hill Farm, Groton, 
Mass. 

Activities: Animal Husbandry Club 2; 
Little International 2; Dairy Classic 2. 
Future Plans: Beef Farming. Favorite 
Saying: "1 give up!. What?" 




"Pat" 



PATRICIA G. THAYER 

Greenfield, 



Mass. 



Major: Floriculture 

Placement: Sigdos, Greenfield, Mass 

Activities: Newman Club 2; Gymnastics 

2; Floriculture Club Sec. 2; Senate Sec. 

2; Senior Class Sec. 2; Stosag 1; Dance 

Committee 2; Decoration Committee 2; 

Hort. Show 2. 

Future Plans: Retail Florist Business. 

Favorite Saying: "But, Mr. Pira?" 




HUGH F. SWEENEY 
"Clem" East Wareham, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: H. V. Lawrence Inc. Cape 
Cod Gardening Center, East Falmouth, 
Mass. 

Activities: Hort. Show 1, 2; Newman 
Club 1, 2; Land Operations Club 1, 2; 
Alpha Tau Gamma 1, 2, House Man- 
ager 2; IFC Sports, Bowling 1, 2. 
Future Plans: Go into business. Favorite 
Saying: "Are you kidding me, I kid you 
not" 



DAVID A. TOWNE 
"Dave" Williamstown, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Fairfields Farm, Williams- 
town, Mass. 

Activities: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 
2; 4-H Club 1; Little International 1, 
2; Dairy Classic 2. 

Future Plans: Dairy Farming, Home 
Farm. Favorite Saying: "Mother ape" 




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DAVID S. WELLS 
"Dave" Sheffield, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Powisset Farm, Dover, Mass. 
Activities: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 
2; Stosag 2; Little International 2; 
Dairy Classic 2. 

Future Plans: Own and operate a beef 
enterprise. Favorite Saying: "Her did?" 



LOREN J. VALLEY 

"Larry" Westford, Mass. 

Major: Vegetable Crops 

Placement: Sheridan Acres, Littleton, 

Mass. 

Activities: Rifle Club 1, 2; Vegetable 

Club 1, 2; Track 1, 2. 

Future Plans: State Inspection Service 
Favorite Saying: "Let's go" 




PETER J. WOODCOCK 
"Pete" Haverhill, Mass. 

Major: Forest Mgt. 

Placement: Summit Ranger Station, 
Oregon 

Activities: Forestry Club 1, 2; Football 
1; Hockey 1, 2; Varsity "S" Club. 
Future Plans: Undecided. Favorite Say- 
ing: "Not unless I'm alone or with 
friends." 






ERIC H. WETTERLOW 
"Rick" Manchester, Mass. 

Major: Floriculture 

Placement: Eric Wetterlow & Son, 
Manchester, Mass. 

Activities: Floriculture Club 1, 2, V.P.; 
Hort. Show 2; Basketball 2. 
Future Plans: Partnership in florist 
business with father. Favorite Saying: 
"Pick me up at five Deano." 



PETER S. WISNEWSKI 
Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Quaboag Country Club 
Activities: Turf Mgt. Club 1, 2; Hort. 
Show 2. 

Future Plans: Coast Guard OCS. Favor- 
ite Saying: "Let's twist again." 



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DONALD P. YOUNG 
"Don" Chicopee Falls, Mass. 

Major: Food Dist. 
Placement: Stop and Shop 
Future Plans: Store Manager. Favorite 
Saying: "It's how well you live that 
matters." 



RAYMOND A. WOODIS 
"Ray" Northbrookfield, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Activities: 4-H Club Treas. 2; Newman 
Club 2; Square Dance Club 2; Animal 
Husbandry 2; Operetta Guild 2; Little 
International 2, Dairy Classic 2; Stosag 
Board 2. 

Future Plans: Further Education. Favor- 
ite Saying: "Some kinda nut?" 



ROBERT E. ZACK 
"Rob" Chicopee, Mass. 

Major: Land Operations 
Placement: Adams Nursery 
Activities: Sec. Land Op. Club 2; Hort. 
Show 2; Dorm Football 2. 
Future Plans: Continue Education. 
Favorite Saying: "How bout that" 



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CAMERA SHY 



WILLIAM M. CAPUTI 



RICHARD J. CARAM 



WILLIAM V. JOHNSON, JR. 



ALLAN MacCURRACH, JR. 



TERRANCE N. MULLIGAN 



TERRANCE P. QUALTERS 



KENNETH D. SHEILDS 



PETER L. UHLENDORF 



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EXPERIENCE COUNTS 

"Had any experience?", this is a terrifying question to a young person seeking 
his first full time job, but employers always ask it. Lucky in this respect are the 
graduates of the two year course of the Stockbridge School of Agriculture at the 
University of Massachusetts. We must successfully complete three to five months 
training during the summer between the freshman and senior years if we are to 
receive the Associates Degree. As this year comes to a close, we seniors are 
looking forward to jobs based on our placement experiences last summer. 

The following are quotes from the employers of a few of the one hundred 
and fifty seniors who returned to the Stockbridge school in September. 
George Duggan, a Wood Product major, "George did an excellent job for us in 
all ways." 

Patricia Thayer, a Floriculture major, "All in all, we found Pat a delightful addi- 
tion to the staff." 

Ronald S. Everett, a Food Management major, "Possesses excellent culinary ability." 
Thimothy F. Buckley, a Turf major, "He stands out above the mill run of young 
men of his age group." 

W. Bradford Allen, a Food Distribution major, "I would say that he has the 
makings of a very fine employee." 

Joseph Garcia, a Forrestry major, "He will be an asset to any position that in- 
volves getting along with the general public." 

Robert Edgren, an Animal Science major, "Even tempered and ambitious — a good 
worker." 

Nicholas Moore, an Arbiculture major, "He is honest, industrious, and inquisitive." 
Roger Kinnear, a Dairy Technology major, "He did a very good job for us and we 
would like to have him back with us next year if possible." 

Touno Aalto, Jr., a Landscape Operations major, "He was very conscientious and 
we would be glad to have him again." 

Earnest St.Pierre, a Poultry major, "Earnest has been without question the best 
student worker I have ever had." 

Raymond Russel, a Vegetable Crop major, "It was a pleasure to have him for 
placement." 

Placement training is an integral part of all Stockbridge major courses for 
several reasons. Fred P. Jeffrey, Associated Dean of Agriculture says, "I believe 
these students do better academically in their second year as a direct result of this 
placement training. The placement program also seems popular with employers 
since students from successive classes are placed with the same farms and 
businesses year after year." 

From the above statements, we, the Stosag Board will venture to say that 
placement training is beneficial not only to the employers, but also a tremendous 
asset in our own education. 

Stosag "62" 



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FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 




Left to Right: Rone Medeiros, President; Roberta Mandel, Secretary; James Reidy, Vice Presi- 
dent; Don Kelso, Treasurer (Absent). 



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IN MEMORIAM 




ETHAN HOLDEN 

(Machinist-Department of Agricultural Engineering) 

Mr. Holden was a devoted laboratory instructor who gained the 
respect of many classes of Stockbridge School Students. He was 
always ready to help with mechanical problems in class and out. He 
will long be remembered as a good friend and advisor. 

Our sincere sympathy is extended to his family and his many 
friends. 



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1st ROW, Left to Right: W. Osborne; B. Howden; R. 
Powell; C. Harris; R. Doughwright; K. Stiles; M. Apple- 
ton; R. Cormier; R. Edgren; J. McKinley; 2nd ROW: D. 
Briggs; T. Shearer; W. Llewelyn; T. Qualters; O. Mason; 



W. Dennon; D. Wells; H. Hatch; R. Harman; T. Ross; R. 
Woodis; 3rd ROW: D. Towne; E. Henderson; R. Rogers; 
J. Roberts; K. Stribly; J. Mitchell; J. Tamulen; M. Jenson; 
J. Steel; J. Brown; R. Chadwick. 



SENIORS 



ANIMAL SCIENCE 



FRESHMEN 




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1st ROW, Left to Right: E. Darling; N. Howes; R. Salve; 
T. Stone; M. Nelson; V. Wheeler; V. Coleman; S. Hummel; 
J. Phipps; E. Mullens; 2nd ROW: M. Fowles; D. Sager; 
H. Pickard; R. Wells; D. Vibber; E. Shearer; G. Littlejohn; 



J. Manning; J. Howes; L. Howes; 3rd ROW: H. Burbank; 
R. Wilson; J. Curtis; J. Pepper; M. Tomaszewski; S. Nqr- 
cross; B. Johnson; T. Fitzgerald; J. Nourse. 



1st ROW, Left to Right: L. Greenstein; B. Anderson; R. 
Everett; R. Andersen; B. Cronin; 2nd ROW: H. Russell; A. 



Morrison; R. Rossi; B. Baldwin. 



SENIORS 

FOOD MANAGEMENT 

FRESHMEN 




1st ROW, Left to Right: J. Arno; B. Btissette; P. Burless; 
S. Rooney; R. Medeiros; H. Knowles; J. Pollard; R. Lanzar- 
otto; E. Ciampolillo; 2nd ROW: R. Martin; M. Smith; L. 
Lemoine; E. Wiley; M. Berrim; C. Fermino; J. McBreaty; 



R. VanDyke; M. Langone; A. Begin; 3rd ROW: D. Coch- 
rane; D. Madden; P. Bernard; G. McDonough; J. Freedman; 
D. Mayer; G. Hilton; P. Dineen; R. Romkey. 



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1st ROW, Left to Right: H. Sweeney; T. Aalto, Jr.; G. 
Gifford; R. Zack; D. Curran; C. Dooley; R. Haas; H. 
Chakiris; J. Brooks; 2nd ROW: D. Morin; D. Fleischli; D. 
Despres; J. Huse; J. Holden; G. Hannum; E. Depoto; J. 



George; C. Maurer; D. Noyes, Jr.; 3rd ROW: J. Lakus; R. 
Waite; R. Billings; R. Robichaud; D. Robertson; A. Gentile; 
R. Rowley; S. D'Angelo; R. Golen. 



LANDSCAPE OPERATIONS 



VEGETABLE CROPS 



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Left to Right: R. Russel; J. Dirr. 



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1st ROW, Left to Right: L. Mecuxi; T. Mulligan; W. Caputi; 
P. O'Connor; T. Hyland; W. Johnson; P. Wisnewski; 
2nd ROW: D. Hilton; E. Consolati; A. MacCurrach; T. 



Buckley; D. Barber; D. Robertson; A. Johnson; 3rd ROW: 
J. Sills; J. Kasper; L. Mantell; B. Perry; G. Luccini; P. 
Banacos; B. Golonka; N. Doucet. 



SENIORS 



TURF MAINTENANCE 



FRESHMEN 




1st ROW, Left to Right: J. Merski; E. Kennedy; A. Kruckas; 
E. Fufaro; J. Sperandio; J. Qpriano; J. Reidy; C. Andrews; 
W. Church; E. Wilczynski; 2nd ROW: D. Stimson; J. 



Gilligan; E. Zenisky; W. Handrich; K. Kelliher; G. Thomp- 
son; R. Phipps; J. Smith; D. Quast; R. Westner. 



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1st ROW, Left to Right: C. Flinkstrom; J. Garcia; D. 
Faron; C. Sansoucy; P. Ohlendorf; R. Hajdys; B. Greene; S. 
Baclawski; J. Haul; 2nd ROW: J. Farrington; J. Sullivan; 
R. Wehren; W. Rivers; R. Harnden; R. Phipps; G. Duggan; 



N. Malkasian; M. Alfonso; 3rd ROW: W. Weed; P. Wood- 
cock; V. Spang; R. Clark; J. Flynn; F. Nazzewski; C. Mirag- 
lia; D. Perrin; C. Black. 



FORESTRY 



ARBORICULTURE 




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1st ROW, Left to Right: A. Allard; T. Duffy; J. Schmidt; R. 
Dow; N. Moore; J. Donahue; W. Vanderbeck; 2nd ROW: J. 
Darling; E. Sheehan; W. Quist; J. Hughes; A. Parker; 



R. Lawson; J. Wagnen; 3rd ROW: J. Lehto; R. McCarthy; 
G. Franceschi; R. Mullane; P. Hayes; C. Newhook. 



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1st ROW, Left to Right: J. Dolby; L. Heath; R. Wetterlow; 
E. Emino; P. Thayer; P. Scale; M. Graham; W. Mistretta; D. 
Smith; R. Tolman; 2nd ROW: R. Wood; J. French; D. 
Peetl; N. Bergeron; S. Skedden; V. Wheeler; D. Filkins; C. 



Naff; P. Allessio; T, Hohn; A. Stevens; 3rd ROW: F. Weber; 
R. Liebro; J. Cutler; C. Barosso; C. McColough, Jr.; B. 
Hanelt; T. Hobbs; E. Munroe; R. Rarchenes; G. Law. 



FLORICULTURE 



DAIRY TECHNOLOGY 




1st ROW, Left to Right: G. Soucy; J. Rosato; J. Tommaro; 
W. Vasquez; L. Hutchinson; C. Rice; D. Mullins; L. Cor- 
mier; J. Dailey; 2nd ROW: R. Rourke; D. Majka; R. Kin- 



near; W. Lavoif; K. Rodel; G. Smith; R. Carlin; J. Hart; R. 
Pearson; C. Wilton. 



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1st ROW, Left to Right: S. Pyenson; E. St.Pierre; D. Jarkko; 2nd ROW: J. Aro; J. Proudman; J. 
Zifcak; B. Doschet. 



POULTRY CLUB & MAJORS 



During 1961-62 the Poultry Science Club has ex- 
panded its program under the leadership of Ernest 
St. Pierre as President, Fred Karbott as Vice-Presi- 
dent, Nancy R. Smith as Secretary and Treasurer, 
and Robert T. 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. 

This year the Poultry Club made plans to increase 
its treasury and several new projects are now under- 



way for present and future members to carry through. 

The purposes of the organization are fraternal 
association with people of similar interests and 
opponunities to listen to ideas and advice on items 
of current interests in the total field of Poultry 
Science. 

Highlights of the years activities were movies on 
current agricultural problems, a chicken barbecue 
welcoming back Dr. Mellen from Hokkaido, and the 
traditional banquet. 




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1st ROW, Lefp to Right: D. Briggs; B. Howden; J. Phipps; 
E. Ciampolillo; T. Sheatei; Dean Jeffery; J. Brown; W. 
Osborne; V. Coleman; C. Harris; 2nd ROW: G. Soucy; M. 




Malkasian; J. Allan; D. Wells; C. McColough; K. Stribley; 
S. D'Angelo; K. Stiles; R. Harmon; R. Woodis. 




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Through the effort of the members of the year- 
book staff and their new advisor Dean Jeffrey, this 
year's Stosag has turned out to be a great success 
We would like to thank all who had a part in making 
Stosag the outstanding yearbook that it is. We 
would like to extend a special thanks to the few 
freshmen who volunteered their services. Although 
without the seniors the yearbook would have been 
an impossible task to complete. The editor is John 
Brown, assistant editor — Wayne Osborne, business 
manager — ^Tom Shearer. 



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1st ROW, Left to Right: B. Andetson; J. Sperandio; J. 
Breanan; P. Thayer; B. Cronin; J. Allen; K. Stiles; R. Man- 
dell; R. Medeiros; 2nd ROW: E. St.Pierre; V. Coleman; T. 
Ross; J. Brown; J. Reidy; R. Haas; E. Emino; W. Osborne; 



J. Donahue; 3rd ROW: D. Jarkko; R. Mullane; R. Stansi- 
fet; D. Robertson; J. Mitchell; B. Allen; S. D'Ahgelo; R. 
Kinneai; C. Fermino. 



STUDENT SENATE 



The Stockbridge Student Senate has proven itself to be the "Voice" of the Student 
Government, under the leadership of its capable officers: President, James Allen; Vice 
President, William Cronin; Secretary, Patricia Thayer; Treasurer, Kenneth Stiles; and 
its Advisor, Professor King. 

All the understakings which the Senate engaged in were successful — from the 
annual Sno-Ball Dance, held Winter Carnival Weekend, to the 'Progress Banquet held 
in early spring. 

Interest in Senate affairs was high among the students, who showed their interest 
and support by attending the meetings regularly and electing capable, responsible, 
senators to represent them. 

The Senate wishes to thank the student body for their support in all the under- 
takings which could never otherwise have been possible. 

To Mr. King we extend our sincere thanks for his effons to help us achieve high 
standards for ourselves and for the school. 



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1st ROW, Left to Right: S. D'Angelo; D. Robertson; J. Mitchell; 2nd ROW: J. Brennan; V. 
Coleman; R. Mullane. 



JUDICIARY 



The Judiciary for the 1961-62 term did a commendable job of trying cases involving 
infractions of the Stockbridge rules. Douglas Robertson was elected Chief Justice, Jim 
Mitchel and Sam D'Angelo served as Senior Justices. 

Five candidates were nominated for the three freshman justice positions. Elected 
as justices were Valerie Coleman and Robert Mullane. John Brennan was chosen as the 
alternate member and also served as Sargent-at-Arms at the Student Senate meetings. 



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1st ROW, Left to Right: J. Nourse; B. Johnson; R. MoKolo; W. Maurer; 2nd ROW: J. Zifcak; 
C. Wilson; K. Stiles; J. Allen. 



F. F. A. 



The purpose of the chapter is to provide past members of the F.F.A. with practice 
in leadership training and to assist the Massachusetts Association as acting host at its 
state judging meets and annual state convocation. 

Our chapter is composed of Stockbridge and University Students, who meet every 
first Tuesday of the month during the school year. 

During the course of the year we have planned, besides our regular business 
meetings, speakers and films on agricultural and its related fields. Also the chapter, as a 
charter member of the state association,' installs officers at other local chapters, set up an 
exhibit and participated in a radio program during F.F.A. week. Our last activity of 
the year was the planning of a banquet for members and faculty. 

The Stimson-Heald Collegiate Chapter of F.F.A. wish to thank Dr. R. C. Jones 
for the splendid cooperation he has given us during the past year as our advisor. Our 
sincere thanks. 



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1st ROW, Lejt to Right: T. Ross; Mr. Jeffery; T. Stone; 2nd ROW: A. Weber; M. Tomaszewski; 
T. Shearer. 



SHORTHORN 

The Shorthorn is a student paper which informs Stockbridge students of past 
and future events as well as information concerning the school's courses, clubs, and 
student activities. It is published weekly and is distributed every Monday morning 
during the school year. 

1961-62 OFFICERS 

Editor Thomas Ross 

Co-Editor Thomas Stone 

Business Manager Thomas Shearer 

Corresponding Secretary Al Weber 

Faculty Advisor Mr. Jeffrey 





1st ROW, Left to Right: J. Merski; A. Kruchas; A. Johnston; P. 
Wisnewski; N. Doucet; E. Fufaro; D. Hilton; W. Church; E. 
Kennedy; W. Hanarich; 2nd ROW: L. Mercuri; J. Sperandio; G. 
Thompson; W. Caputi; P. O'Connor; J. GiUigan; W. Johnson; 
J. Reidy; C. Andrews; T. Buckley; E. Lezynsk; 3rd ROW: J. Silk; 



D. Robertson; B. Perry; L. Mercuri; P. Banseos; L. Mantell; E 
Consolsti; D. Barber; A. MacCurrach; D. Stimson; J. Ciprianoi 
4th ROW: B. Golonka; G. Lucciki; T. Hyland; J. Kasper; E 
Zensky; K. Kelliher; R. Phipps; J. Smith; R. Westner; D. Quast. i 




TURF CLUB 



The Turf Maintenance Club is i 
organization devoted to a better unde 
standing of Agrostology and the reco 
nition of the position of golf cout 
superintendents. 

Meetings were held every Wednesdi 
with guest speakers including salesma 
superintendents, and faculty. Basing th«l 
talks on their own experience in gcj 
course maintenance. These speakers pi| 
seated new developments in manag 
ment techniques. Refreshments wo 
served following each meeting. 

The officers of the Turf Club we 
Patrick O'Connor, President; Jam 
Gilligan, Vice President; Bill Johnso 
Secretary; George Thompson, Treasure 
Mr. Trod and Mr. Waddington, Advisor 




FORESTRY CLUB 



The Forestry Club is an organization for 
restry majors and any other interested 
dents and faculty. The main purposes 
the club is to bring before its members, 
;akers with subjects that are not dis- 
ised in the classroom and to instill a feel- 
» of comradeship between foresters and 
: members. In addition to this, the club 
Ids several social events including a hay- 
le, a banquet for the members, a dance, 
d a Logger's Day. 




1st ROW, Left to Right: C. Flinkstrom; J. Garcia; D. Faron; C. 
Sansoucy; P. Ohlendorf; R. Hajdys; B. Greene; S. Baclawski; J. 
Baul; 2nd ROW; J. Farrington; J. Sullivan; R. Wehren; W. Rivers; 



R. Harnden; R. Phipps; G. Duggan; N. Malkasian; M. Alfonso; 
3rd ROW: W. Weed; P. Woodcock; V. Spang; R. Clark; J. Flynn; 
F. Nazzewski; C. Miraglia; D. Perrin; C. Black. 




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1st ROW, Left to Right: R. Harman; R. Cormier; M. Appleton; 
R. Woodis; B. Howden; N. Howes; R. Edgren; T. Stone; M. Fowles; 
G. Little John; 2nd ROW: C. Harris, R. Douthwright; M. Nelson; 
V. Wheeler; O. Mason; W. Osborne; V. Coleman; S. Hummel; 
J. Phipps; T. Ross; 3rd ROW: W. Dennon; H. Hatch; T. Dohertz; 



D. Wells; W. Llewelyn; D. Sager; H. Pickard; R. Wells; T. Ficii 
gerald; J. Howes; D. Briggs; L. Howes; D. Vibber; J. McKinleyi 
D. Towne; 4th ROW: E. Henderson; J. Roberts; R. Chadwick; J 
Steel; K. Stribley; J. Tamulen; J. Mitchell; M. Jenson; M. Tomas«( 
zewski; J. Curtis; R. Wilson; J. Brown; K. Stiles; R. Rodgers. 



ANIMAL SCIENCE CLUB 




The Animal Science Club is an organization whose 
main purpose is to promote the improvement and 
increase the interest among students of Animal 
Husbandry. The Club is composed of Stockbridge 
and University students and is open to active mem- 
bership for all' students who are interested in the 
field of Animal Science. 

Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of 
each month and are highlighted by speakers covering 
different phases of agriculture. Professor Ernest Buck, 
faculty advisor, and the club officers plan the pro- 
grams consisting of movies, guest speakers, and 
entertainment. 

The major activity sponsored by the club is the 
Little International Livestock Show which is held 
annually in the spring. The club also sponsors a steak 
fry, held as the last get together of the year. 

1961-62 Officers: President— Ralph Flint; Vice 
President — Wayne Osborne; Secretary — Janet Clark; 
Treasurer — Orrie Mason. 




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ilst ROW, Left to Right: J. Dolfy, L. Heath; R. Wetterlow; E. 
iEmino; P. Thayer; P. Seale; M. Graham; W. Mistretta; D. Smith; 
R. Tolman; 2nd ROW: R. Wood; J. French; D. Peerl; N. Berger- 
ion; S. Skedden; V. Wheeler; D. Filkins; C. Naff; P. AUessio; T. 



Holm; A. Stevens; 3rd ROW: F. Weber; R. Liebro; J. Cutler; 
C. Barosso; C. McColough, Jr.; B. Hanelt; T. Hobbs; E. Munroe; 
R. Rarchenes; G. Law. 




The Floriculture Club is a student organization into which 
11 interested students may belong. Membership is comprised 
irimarily of Floriculture majors in the Stockbridge School 
nd the University. 

The club meets on the second Tuesday of every month 
or a short business meeting followed by a guest speaker, 
'his person may be a prominent designer, owner or foreman 
rom a retail florist shop or a large greenhouse. 

An annual field trip, which the club takes, allows the 
tudents to see the different aspects of this interesting and 
verchanging field. 



FLORICULTURE 
CLUB 



1961-62 OFFICERS 

President Everett Emino 

Vice President Eric Wetterlow 

Secretary Patricia Thayer 

Treasurer Peter Seale 






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1st ROW, Left to Right: H. Sweeney; A. Aalto, Jr.; G. Gifford; 
R. Zack; D. Curran; C. Dooley; R. Haas; H. Chakihs; J. Brooks; 
2nd ROW: D. Morin, D. Fleischli; R. Despres; J. Huse; J. 



Holden; G. Hannui.i; E. Depoto; J. George; C. Maurer; D. Noyes, 
Jr.; 3rd ROW: J. Lakus; R. White; R. Billings; R. Robichaud; 
D. Robertson; A. Gentile; R. Rowley; S. D'Angelo; R. Golen. 



LANDSCAPE OPERATION CLUB 




The meetings of the Landscape Operations Club 
were held the second and fourth week of each month 
in Wilder Hall. Mr. Procopio has been the advisor 
to the Club. The officers for the 1961-62 season are 
President, Don Curran; Vice President, Dick Carem; 
Secretary, Robert Zac; and Treasurer, Chuck Dooley. 
The Club is composed of fifty members from both 
the freshman and senior classes. 

A number of guest speakers were invited to discuss^ 
the different aspects of landscaping with the stu- 
dents. The following topics have been discussed to 
date: The Buying and Selling of Nursery Stock in 
a Garden Store, Estimating of General Landscaping, 
Preparing Freshmen for Placement Training, and 
Starting a Tree Landscaping Business. At the closes 
of the meetings, cider and doughnuts were served to 
the speaker and the students. 

Many of the students will be managing a garden! 
center, or a State or City park. Others will be teach-l 
ing in a secondary school or a college. Some will be 
engaged in service work. Whatever the future jobs, 
the club presents an opportunity for the students to 
obtain some knowledge of the different jobs that 
the Landscaping field provides. 



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The University Stewards Club, a division of the Boston 
Stewards Club, is made up of the Food Management 
majors at the Stockbridge School. The main purpose of 
this organization is to further the relationship between its 
members and the hotel and restaurant industry. 

During the past year the Stewards Club catered several 
parties on campus such as: The International Food Tech- 
nologist's Luncheon, and President Lederle's Christmas 
Party. 





During the year the seniors were excused from classes to 
attend the New York Hotel Exposition and the Boston 
Hotel Show. At the Boston Show meetings were arranged 
with industries to interview seniors for future employment. 

The Stewards, however, do not devote all their time 
to work. The two big events consisted of a Christmas party 
and a picnic and dinner dance. 



STEWARDS CLUB 



ilst ROW, Left to Right: B. Cronin; R. Everett; R. Andersen; 
B. Anderson; H. Russell; B. Baldwin; L. Greenstein; 2nd ROW: 
R. Rossi; J. Arno; R. Brissette; P. Burliss; S. Rooney; R. Medeiros; 
H. Knowles; J. Pollard; R. Lanzarotto; E. Ciampolillo; 3rd ROW: 



M. Smith; L. Lemoine; E. Wiley; M. Berrini; C. Fermino; J. Mac- 
Brearty; R. Vandyke; M. Langone; A. Begin; 4th ROW: R. Coch- 
rane; D. Madden; P. Bernard; G. McDonough; A. Morrison; 
D. Majer; G. Hilton; P. Dineen; R. Romkey. 



DAIRY TECHNOLOGY CLUB 




1st ROW, Left to Right: D. Poland; J. Rosato; J. Tammaro; R. 
Rourke; Mr. Evans; J. Phipps; R. Pearson; J. Hart; G. Soucy; W. 
Vasquez; 2nd ROW: T. Stone; D. MuUins; D. Sager; V. Wheeler; 
M. Nelson; H. Knowles; G. Littlejohn; J. Dailey; D. Vibber; S. 



Hutchinson; 3rd ROW: D. Majka; J. Robertson; R. Kinnear; M. i 
Tomaszewski; K. Rodel; W. Lavoie; G. Smith; R. Carlin; C. Rice; e 
C. Wilton. 




The Dairy Technology Club reorganized after a 
year of absence. The club met the first and third 
Wednesday of every month and was composed of 
Dairy Technology and Animal Science majors from 
the University and Stockbridge School. 

Many interesting speakers and movies were pre- 
sented to the club on such topics that would help 
the members through later life in the dairy field. 

The highlights of the year were the square dance, 
the exhibit for the college Open House, and an all 
day field trip to different milk processing plants. 



196 1-62 Officers: President — Richard Piereson, 
Vice President — Joe Hart, Secretary — Joan Phipps, 
Treasurer — Richard Rourke, Rep. of Student Sen- 
ate — Roger Kinnear. 




FOOD DISTRIBUTION CLUB 




1st ROW, Left to Right: R. Farrucci; P. Devine; W. Ander- 
son; R. Mandell; R. Stansifer; J. Brennan; J. Finks; 2nd 
ROW: S. Bellistri; K. Riodal; J. Finkle; L. Porter; R. Dumas; 



D. Young; J. Silverman; 3rd ROW: R. Butler; B. Allen; 
B. Dearborn; H. Issenberg; R. Tilden; J. Fallon. 



The school year 1961-62 was the third year for the 
Food Distribution Club. One of the main aims of 
our club was to build a better relationship between 
the club and the Food Distribution Industry. Our 
business meetings were held every two weeks with 
a guest speaker or a film as entertainment. 

The club took field trips to the Stop & Shop Ware- 
house in Reedville, Mass. and the Springfield Sugar 
Company Warehouse in Windsor Locks, Conn. Our 
Senior class members and advisors, Prof. Theodor 
teed and Prof. Donald Marion, took a five day field 
trip to Washington D. C, Philadelphia, Penn., and 



the New Jersey area. We visited Food Distribution 
operations in these areas. 

We held a banquet in May as our final event of 
the year. This banquet was paid for by our club 
dues. These dues also paid for field trip expenses and 
expenses incured by having special speakers for 
some of our meetings. 

1961-62 Officers: President, Robert M. Stansifer; 
Vice President, D. Wayne Anderson; Secretary and 
Treasurer, James H. Allan; Advisors. Prof. Theordore 
Leed and Prof. Donald Marion. 



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1st ROW, Lef( to Right: A. Allard; T. Duffy; J. Schmidt 
R. Dow; N. Moore; J. Donahue; W. Vanderbeck; 2nd ROW 
J. Darling; E. Sheehan; W. Quist; J. Hughes; A. Parker 



R. Lawson; J. Wagnen; 3rd ROW: J. Lehto; R. McCarthy, 
Jr.; G. Franceschi; R. Mullane; P. Hayes; C. Newhook. 



ABORICULTURE CLUB 



The traditional Arbor Club contest between seniors and freshmen started the 
events for the 1961-62 academic year. This contest consisted of necessary talents in the 
Arbor field; (1) tree climbing, (2) foot-locking, (3) shinnying, (4) line throwing, 
and ( 5 ) cross-cut sawing. Much to the dismay of the freshmen, the upperclassmen 
proved their seniority by winning with a narrow margin. 

Regular meetings were held the fourth Thursday of each month, led by President, 
Robert E. McCarthy; Secretary-Treasurer, John A. Lehto; and Advisor, Professor Gordon 
S. King. Many of the meetings were supplemented with guest speakers, who were 
experts in their field. These talks furnished advice, wisdom and pertinent information 
for the learning Arborists. 

During the Horticulture Show, club members were in charge of stringing bracing 
cables for stablizing large decorative trees. They also decorated entryways and displayed 
an exhibit of spray materials. 

The annual club party high-lighted the year's activities. 




POMOLOGY 
MAJORS 



Left to Right: R. Elwell; R. Haynes; G. Porter; F. Carlsorl; N. Janda. 



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HORTICULTURE SHOW 



"Carnival of Flowers," this year's theme of the forty ninth Annual Horticultural 
Show, proved to be one of the most colorful and fascinating shows ever produced 
on the University of Massachusetts Campus. 

A carnival setting was attained by the use of a midway, complete with flower 
bearing rides and side shows. The show was further enhanced by many excellent 
department and student displays. 

With the superb planning of the faculty and cooperation of the students, this 
years show was one that will be long and pleasantly remembered by all concerned. 



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SNO-BALL DANCE 

This year's Winter Carnival Weekend was the most successful social event ever 
held in the School's history. 

We danced to the fine music of Jimmy Martin and his Orchestra. 

The highlights of the evening was the choosing of the Snoball Queen and her 
court, followed by the grand march. 

Our honored guests were President and Mrs. Lederle, President and Mrs. Plimpton 
of Amherst College, Provost and Mrs. Woodside, and Dean and Mrs. Jeffrey. 

They along with the other couples thoroughly enjoyed dancing at the Ballroom 
decorated in the theme of "Continental Flare." 

To all that attended, the Sno-Ball Dance proved to be the climax of a perfect 
weekend. 



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PROGRESS BANQUET 

The eighth annual Progress Banquet was held on March 6, 1962 iri the ballroom 
of the Student Union. We all enjoyed a fine roast beef dinner which was prepared 
by the Student Union Catering Service. 

Following tradition Dean Jeffery announced the members of Stosag. Coach 
Kosakowski presented the football awards and John Brown was voted the teams most 
valuable player. Next Coach Berquist presented the basketball awards with Ted Hyland 
receiving the most valuable player award. Joseph Faucette, coach of recently formed 
hockey team presented his awards. Neil Malkasian received the most valuable player 
award. To end the evening Colonel Marchant, coach of the rifle team, presented 
awards to the members of his team with Brad Allen voted the most valuable player. 
The Floriculture Class presented Professor Ross with a farewell gift as a token of their 
appreciation. 

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







Left to Right: Orin Mason, Honorable Mention; Dean Spielman; Douglas Briggs, Reserve Premier; 
John Brown, Premier Showman. 



LITTLE INTERNATIONAL 



The 22 nd. Annual Little International Livestock Show 
was presented on March 17, 1962 by the University 
Animal Science Seniors. 

The students are judged on their ability to prepare, fit 
and show the animal which they have selected. They are 
not judged on the conformation of the animal because 
they do not breed or feed the animals. 

To prepare for the show the students started six weeks 
before and groomed and trained their animals to the best 



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of their ability. 

The top winners were John Brown Premier, Douglas 
Briggs Reserve Premier, and Orrin Mason Honorable 
mention. 

For special events the girls put on a most enjoyable 
"Co-Ed Milking Contest" which was a lot of laughs. They 
also had some equestrian riders which showed two of the 
saddle horse breeds and Bill Monahan showed our own 
Flintlock. 



PREMIER SHOWMANSHIP CONSTANTS 



1st ROW, Left to Right: J. Brown, D. Briggs, O. Mason; 2nd ROW: L. Lupien, J. Steel, J. Sha- 
piro, H. Karle, T. Ross. 



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Sports 




FOOTBALL'S MOST VALUABLE PLAYER 

JOHN W. BROWN 



BASKETBALL'S MOST VAUABLE PLAYER 

TED HYLAND 



MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS 




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HOCKEY'S MOST VALUABLE PLAYER 

NEIL MALKASIAN 



RIFLE TEAM'S MOST VALUABLE PLAYER 

BRAD ALLEN 




1st ROW, Left to Right: Coach Kosakowski; J. Dirr; B. Golonku; K. Rodel; (Capt.) J. Brown; 
E. Henderson; C. Harris, T. Mulligan; S. Baclowski, Jr.; 2nd ROW, Left to Right: G. McDon- 
ough; J. Finks; W. Maurer; D. Darling; T. Duffy; W. Church; R. Hajdys; R. Chadwick; R. Cor- 
mier; 3rd ROW, Left to Right: H. Borggaard; J. Merski; J. Sperindo; G. Law; K. Stribley; 
E. Futarno; A. Gentile; P. Silva. REAR: S. Hutchinson; ABSENT: M. Langone. 



FOOTBALL 



Another fall has come and gone as the Stockbridge School of Agriculture com- 
pleted its last season of football. 

The boys started their season at home against a big, talented, Worcester Academy 
eleven. Worcester's overall depth and experience gained them a 44 to victory. 

A week later the "blue and white" journeyed to Mount Hermon Academy and put 
up a good battle but lost 31 to 0. Deerfield Academy another well drilled prep 
school, was our third opponent and they were victorious 32 to 0. 

With a week off between tilts, Coach Steve Koskowski and the team worked hard 
for the Monson game. By this time the squad was recovering from a long list of 
injuries and was sharpening up on their plays. 

Certainly the high spot of the season was when Stockbridge defeated Monson 
Academy 28 to 16. The game was played under the lights at Alumni Field before 
an enthusiastic gathering of Stockbridge rooters. Captain John Brown, playing quarter- 
back, alternated himself and hard driving fullback Ken Rodel on drives through the 
opponent's line. Coach Kosakowski substituted freely with some of the reserves giving 
a good account of themselves. The visitors didn't dent our goal line until halfway 
through the final period. John Brown, who called an outstanding ball game, was 
awarded the game ball. 



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All right guys. Let's play ball! Slap that pigskin in! 

Coming right back on the following Saturday the Kosakowski-men faced Win- 
chendon Prep on a perfect afternoon for football. At the halfway mark the score 
was knotted 6 to 6. However the visitor's big squad tired us in the last period as 
we fell short 24 to 6. It was a well played and hard fought ball game. Senior end 
Everett Henderson, who played an aggressive game, was awarded the game ball. 

Instead of the traditional last game of the season with the University of Massa- 
chusett's freshmen squad we hung up our cleats and challenged them to a game of 
soccer. With just one day of practice we gave them a run for their money but lost a nip 
and tuck one, 1 to 0. 

Under the capable coaching of Steve Kosakowski, football at Stockbridge has pro- 
vided recreation, relaxation and enjoyment for all the participants. We hope that next 
fall as a new soccer program commences that the same cooperation, standards of fair 
play and team work on which a successful team is built will be followed. 

We thank Coach Kosakowski for his untiring efforts and extend to him the very 
best wishes for the future. 




Send it for a ride, Dave. 



What's up, Coach? 




Rodel goes up the middle. 




Go Eddie, go! 



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1st ROW, Left to Right: J. GiUigan, B. Quist, Capt. T. 
Hyland, B. Perry, P. Bernard. 2nd ROW, Left to Right: 
Mr. Jeffrey, B. Pickard, J. Silverman, M. Sikora, D. Pearl, 
B. Vasquez, Coach Richard Bergquist. 



BASKETBALL 



Stockbridge opened its 1961-62 Basketball Season 
at the Cage with a promising double overtime 52-50 
victory over a visiting Windsor Mountain Prep 
School. Bruce Dearborn 6' 4" pivotman, led the way 
with 17 points followed by guard Paul Bernard and 
Captain Ted Hyland with 13 and 9 markers re 
spectively. 

Our second game found us losing to a scrappy 
Holyoke Junior College, 74-66, on their small home 
court. Freshmen Bernard and Dearborn led the way 
with eighteen points each. Another tense overtime 
win at Northampton Commercial College 70-68 
avenged our loss last year to the host team. Ted 
Hyland, a fine leader all season long, scored twenty- 
six points. 

Following Christmas Vacation, Stockbridge defeat- 
ed Mount Hermon School, 44-31; Winchendon Prep 
School, 66-45; Deerfield Academy, 57-46 to finish 
with a five win and one loss slate at the mid-semester 
break. Once again Hyland, Bernard, and Dearborn 



along with Bill Quist and Bruce Perry played prom- 
inent roles in these victories. 

Upon returning from vacation Coach Berquist was 
faced with the loss of a couple of key ball players 
due to scholastic difficulties. However the team 
outhustled a visiting Mount Hermon School five, 
51-47, for their sixth victory. Jeff Silverman led the 
team with twelve points and Bill Quist took care 
of the rebound department and scored ten. 

The team then ran up against a smooth power- 
house — the University of Massachusetts Freshmen 
squad — losing their second game of the season. We 
put up a good fight but their starting front court, 
all hovering over the magic six foot mark, gained an 
easy 73-34 decision. 

One of the season's highlights was a real team 
victory 64-62 at the Cage against Northampton 
Commercial College. Ted Hyland again grabbed 
high scoring laurels with 25 followed by floor gen- 
eral Paul Bernard who tallied 15. 



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Ted Hyland goes up for two points. 



Stockbridge lost a heartbreaker at Deerfield Acad- 
emy by just three points. Leading by four points with 
just a minute left to play, our boys bowed to a close 
defending, spirited home club that pulled through a 
47-44 victory. 

Senior Bruce Perry's sixteen points along with 
Bill Quist's nine highlighted our second double over- 
time victory at the expense of Winchendon Prep 
School, 45-44. The game was another nip and tuck 
affair but Perry's five points in the second overtime 
period clinched the game. 

In our season's final, the game with Worcester 
Academy was postponed, so we challenged an ex- 
perienced Athol Y.M.C.A. Club. Trailing 31-19 at 
halftime our team skyrocketed to a fifty point second 



half, but it wasn't enough as the talented sharp- 
shooters from Athol gained a 93-70 hard fought 
decision. 

Captain Ted Hyland totaled 348 points during 
his two year career and was selected as the team's 
Most Valuable Player. 

Coach Dick Bergquist, in his second year, and the 
team are to be congratulated on giving Stockbridge 
one of its best seasons of recent years. Regarding 
next year's prospects Coach Bergquist can afford to 
be quite optimistic with such hopefuls as Bruce 
Bearborn, Bill Quist, Jim Gilligan, Tom Duffy, 
Dennis Pearl, Bud Pickard, Mike Sikora, Jeff Silver- 
man, Bill Vasquez, and Captain elect Paul Bernard 
returning — why shouldn't Coach Bergquist be 
smiling? 



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Jim Gilligan fights to get away, as Bud Pickard and Denny 
Peael look on. 




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1st ROW, Left to Right: J. Rosato; D. Robertson; N. Malkasian; D. MuUins; 2nd ROW, Left to 
Right: P. Maroney; E. Sheelan; R. Anderson; K. Stribley; Coach Joe Faucette; Missing from pic- 
ture: R. Liebro. 



HOCKEY 



This was our first season of organized hockey under the direction of Coach Joe 
Faucette. Opening practice sessions began with a vigorous group of candidates led 
by seniors Neil Malkasian, Dean Robertson, Pat Maroney, Bob Anderson, and Ken 
Stribley. 

However the squad dwindled to only nine members as the team lost its opener 
to Deerfield Academy, 4-1. Stockbridge did well in their next game and tied 
Worcester, 3-3. 

Our final game was played at Mount Hermon with the home club gaining a 
7-4 verdict. The team skated with the winners for two periods but once again depth 
was the deciding factor. 

At the Progress Banquet Coach Faucette praised the members of the team for 
dedication and hard work at practice. Neil Malkasian for his overall leadership and 
ability was the recipient of the most valuable player award. 

Next year's returning veterans, John Rosato, Dave Mullins, Eddie Sheehan, and 
Ralph Liebro, give Coach Raucette a fine nucleus with which to work. 



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1st ROW, Left to Right: C. Miraglia; O. Mason; B. Allen; 
J. Mitchell; D. Blood; P. Devine; M. Baurbannais; 2nd 
ROW, Uft to Right: C. Llewelyn, R. Wehren; R. Stansi- 



fer; R. Haynes; S. Pyenson; R. Billin§g; R. Rogers; W 
Weed; Missing from picture: Loren Valley. 



RIFLE TEAM 



I96I-62 marked the third year of active competition for the Stockbridge Rifle 
Team under Coach Colonel Marchant with 20 opponents scheduled from California 
to Maine. 

Club Officers this year were: President, Loren Valley; Secretary -Treasurer, Donald 
Blood; and Executive Officer and Team Captain, W. Bradford Allen. 

Up to the publishing time Stockbridge had won 9 out of the 18 matches fired 
in its 20 match schedule. Highlights of the season were victories over the Yale Fresh- 
men at New Haven Connecticut in a shoulder to shoulder match and on February 10 
at Worcester the team edged out two big wins over the Holy Cross and Harvard 
Freshmen teams. 

Team Captain Brad Allen, classified as an expert marksman with 275 out of a 
possible 300 points by the National Rifle Association, was awarded the team's most 
valuable player trophy. 

As the yearbook goes to press Stockbridge has one match remaining in the 
National Intercollegiate Sectional at Providence, Rhode Island. We wish Colonel 
Marchant and the team the best of luck. 



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Alliance College, Pa. 

New York State U. Agr. & Tech. Institute 

Colorado School of Mines 

Nasson College, Maine 

North Dakota State University 

King's College, Pennsylvania 

Citrus College, California 

Kenyon College, Ohio 

Marshall University, Virginia 

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Northeastern University Freshmen at Amherst 

Harvard Freshmen at Amherst 

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COUNSELORS 



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1st ROW, Left to Right: J. Brooks; H. Sweeny; L. Blacquiere; R. Rourke; I. Heath; 2nd ROW: 
K. Ripdal; P. Maroney (vice-president); Ma Demsey; J. Garcia (president); B. Lavoie; 3rd ROW: 
K. Webb, L. Potter; J. Lakus; J. Mitchell; B. Allen; G. Gifford; B. Butler. 



ALPHA TAU GAMMA 

As time draws near for us to say goodbye to A. T. G. we look back over the 
highlights of the past year. Down the corridor of time A. T. G. has been perpetuated 
as "a home away from home." The brothers have shown this deep concern for A. T. G. 
by contributing, in every possible way, towards its future growth and development. 

Alpha Tau Gamma was founded in 1919, exactly 42 years ago. Our house contains 
the youngest group of brothers and pledges of any house on campus. Each year young 
men of all races, creeds, and personalities are bound together by a special dedication 
of devotion, obedience, brotherhood and prestige, to carry our house and its constitu- 
tion to where we stand today. 

This fraternity is by far the most outstanding on campus. We may not win 
football games or other interfraternity affairs but we contribute the highest percentage 
of individual participation overall throughout the year. Being only a two year 
fraternity our pledges make a complete change in just five months to officers and 
leaders to run next years group. This accomplishment is by far, more outstanding than 
any house on the university campus. 

This sudden change of personel can only be accomplished by hard vigorous 
training and sweat, both mental and physical. 



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A pledge must be stripped of self pride and only 
in humility can he see, feel and group himself and 
fellow pledges together in brotherhood and devotion 
to his house. 

Life is an obstacle course, we must be versatile 
and think out every situation, straining our emotions 
while remaining in a nonpartisan frame of mind. 
For only in a fraternity can we learn early in life 
those certain features of mankind which make us 
successful. New spirit was found with more group 
participation bringing about a much closer fraternal 
life. Through this spirit our thoughts toward the 
house shall never change, no matter what situations 
we will later find ourselves involved in. 

Fraternity men are made, not born, and like 
the seed cast on good soil will yield and become 
fruitful. 

THE BROTHERS 




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