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FOREWORD 

"Life leaps like a geyser for those who drill through the rocks of inertia." 
Alexis Carrel. 

The Stockbridge School of Agriculture has started to drill this hole for the 
graduating Class of 1963. It will be up to the students using what they have 
learned in the last two years to break through this rock of inertia. 

The staff of Stosag presents this yearbook to the Class of 1963. In it fond 
memories will be sacredly kept for years to come for all students. 

Think of this book as your starting place in life and cherish it always. 





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THE 1963 STOSAG 

STOCKBRIDGE SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE 
UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 




DEDICATION 

The class of 1963 feels honored to dedicate this the 45th edition 
of their yearbook "Stosag" to such an outstanding and deserving per- 
son as Mr. Robert B. Bruce. 

Mr. Bruce received his B.S. in Animal Husbandry at the University 
of Connecticut in 1947 and his M.S. in Animal & Dairy Husbandry 
at the University of Vermont in 1961. 

As Assistant Professor of Dairy & Animal Science at the Stock- 
bridge School of Agriculture, Mr. Bruce has become well liked to 
all students. He has been able to convey to students his genuine in- 
terest in them and the school. 

Many professors are through for the day when the five o'clock bell 
rings, but Mr. Bruce has a greater interest in Stockbridge. He serves 
as advisor to the Animal Science Club & STOSO the Stockbridge 
Service Organization. 

The Class of 1963 will miss Mr. Bruce as they graduate this May. 
He and his lessons will never be wholly forgotten. 





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PRESIDENT 
John W. Lederle 



To the Graduates: 

I am especially proud to extend by congratula- 
tions to all members of this year's graduating class. 
The Stockbridge School commencement is integrally 
a part of the University's Centennial Year obser- 
vance, and I would ask all of you to share the sense 
of accomplishment that the entire University com- 
munity can justly feel at this great transitional year 
in its history. 

As we look to the future, we must remember and 
honor the worthy past, a past in which the Stock- 
bridge School has made contributions to our society 
and our economy in as large a measure as other divi- 



sions of the University. 

As you approach your new mission as specialists 
in important professional fields, I ask that you always 
recall, particularly with each new success that you 
attain, the School and the faculty whose commit- 
ment to the success of our students has contributed 
significantly to the building of a distinguished 
alumni body. 

In wishing you all the best in your new careers, 
I look forward, at the same time, to hearing of the 
accomplishments that the Class of 1963 will cer- 
tainly sustain. 

John W. Lederle 

President 



PROVOST 

Gilbert L. Woodside 




Message for STOSAG 



I am happy to send greetings to the 1963 Year- 
book. The work of the Stockbridge School has al- 
ways been an important part of the University and 
in recent years is becoming even more significant. 
Your academic work combines appropriate portions 
of theoretical and practical experience. I am 
thoroughly convinced that any society which does 



not pay proper attention to the practical side of 
things is heading for trouble. The University of 
Massachusetts is proud of the fact that members of 
the Stockbridge School do not apologize for keeping 
their feet on the ground while they are learning. 
Best wishes to each member of the Class of 1963. 

Gilbert L. Woodside 

Provost 




DEAN AND 

DIRECTOR 

Arless A. Spielman 



In a democracy, progress is largely determined 
by the quality of leadership available and developed 
within the large body of population. Stockbridge 
graduates have established an outstanding and envi- 
able record of leadership in business, industry and 
agriculture as well as public affairs. 

Not education in the abstract, but education for 



February 11, 1963 



action. That is the purpose of the Stockbridge School 
so firmly established by its founders, students and 
faculty. 

I am extremely proud of my association with the 
School, and I look forward to its continued growth 
and development under the able leadership of Direc- 
tor Jeffrey. 

Arless A. Spielman 

Dean and Director 
College of Agriculture 



DIRECTOR 
Fred P. Jeffery 




It has been a pleasure to work with members of 
the Class of 1963. Academic performance has been 
above average and school affairs were better organ- 
ized than ever before. 

John W. Gardner, President of the Carnegie Foun- 
dation, is the author of the following quotation — 
"The society which scorns excellence in plumbing 
because plumbing is a humble activity, and tolerates 
shoddiness in philosophy because philosophy is an 
exalted activity, will have neither good plumbing nor 

December 17, 1962 



good philosophy. Neither its pipes nor its theories 
will hold water." Stockbridge emphasizes the prac- 
tical and in this sense Dr. Gardner's statement has 
meaning for us. 

You should be proud of your dedication to your 
vocation, whether it be plants or animals or some 
type of service activity. 

I hope that Stockbridge has enriched your philo- 
sophy of life. 

Fred P. Jeffrey 
Director 




LEAR 



Left to Right, Back Row: Albert Wikzynski, James Gilligan, Raymond Lubelczyk, Edward Wiley, 
John Fallon, Anthony Kruckas, Richard Wells, Steven Pyenson, Michael Tomaszewski, Charles 
Elwell, Joel Howes, Lewis Howes, Fred Schmidt, John Proudman, William Handrich Jr. Left to 
Right, Front Row: Richard Jewell, Donald Morin, Dixon Rogers, Edward Depoto, Michael 
Perillo, Richard Van Dyke, Nicholas Howes, Rone Medeiros. Not Shown: Aldo Franceshi, Jr., 
Norman Bergeron, Leo Cormier, James Robertson. 



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Herschel G. Abbott 

Assistant Professor of Forestry 
— M.F. 




Robert B. Bruce 

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




James F. Anderson 

Instructor of Pomology — M.S. 





Alfred W. Boicourt 

Professor and Program Leader 

of Floriculture — M.S. 




Donald L. Anderson 

Associate Professor of Poultry 
Science — Ph.D. 



Ernest M. Buck 

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





James W. Callahan 

sistant Professor of Agricultural 
and Food Economics — M.S. 



Gladys M. Cook 

Associate Professor of Home 
Economics — M.S. 




William G. Colby 

Professor of Agronomy and Head 

of Department — Ph.D. 





William H. Collins 

Assistant Professor of Agricultural 
Engineering — M.S. 




A. Donald Caven 

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




Bradford D. Crossmon 

Professor of Agricultural and Food 
Economics — M.S. 




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Norman G. Cournoyer 

Assistant Professor of Food 
Management — LL.B. 




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David A. Evans 

Assistant Professor of Dairy and 

Animal Science — M.S. 




Nicolas Engalichev 
Professor of Forestry — M.S. 





Marron Dubois 

Instructor in English — B.S. 



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Richard C. Foley 

Professor of Dairy and Animal 
Science — Ph.D. 



William B. Esselen 

Commonwealth Professor of Food 

Science and Technology and Head 

of Department — Ph.D. 





Thomas S. Foster 

[nstructor of Forestry — M.S. 



Robert M. Grover 

\ssistant Professor of Poultry 

Science — M.S. 




George B. Goddard 

Instructor in Floriculture — M.S. 





Frederick Greeley 

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




Thomas W. Fox 

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




Tom S. Hamilton, Jr. 

Assistant Professor of Landscape 
Architecture — M.S. 





Danjel J. Hankinson 

Professor of Dairy and Animal 

Science and Head of Department 

—Ph.D. 




Ward M. Hunting 

Instructor in Food Science and 

Technology — M.S. 




Kirby M. Hayes 

Associate Professor of Food 
Science and Technology — M.S. 





R. Bruce Hoadley 

Assistant Professor of Forestry 
—Ph.D. 




John F. Hanson 

Associate Professor of Entomoloj, 
—Ph.D. 



Randolph A. Jester 

Assistant Professor of FloricultuK 

—M.S. 





Robert W. Kleis 

Professor of Agricultural Engineer- 
ing and Head of Department 
—Ph.D. 



Ernest A. Johnson 

ssistant Professor of Agricultural 
Engineering — M.S. 





Gordon S. King 

Associate Professor of 
Arboriculture — M.S. 



Theodore W. Leed 

Professor of Agricultural and 
Food Economics — Ph.D. 






Arthur S. Levine 

Professor of Food Science and 

Technology — Ph.D. 



Stephen R. Kosakowski 

Athletic Coach, School of Physical 
Education 





Donald L. MacFadden 

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



John H. Lilly 

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






William P. MacConnell 

Associate Professor of Forestry 
— M.F. 



Donald N. Maynard 
Instructor of Olericulture — M.S. 





Jane McCullough 

Assistant Professor of Home 
Economics — M.S. 



Donald R. Marion 

Assistant Professor of Agricultural 
and Food Economics — M.S. 




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William J. Mellen 

rofessor of Poultry Science — Ph.D. 



Frank E. Potter 

\ssociate Professor of Dairy and 
Animal Science — Ph.D. 




Raymond H. Otto 

Professor of Landscape Architecture 
and Head of Department 





Edward S. Pira 

Assistant Professor of Agricultural 

Engineering — M.S. 




Louis F. Michelson 

Assistant Professor in Agronomy 
—Ph.D. 

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Paul N. Procopio 

Professor of Landscape Architecture 
— M.S. 





Robert T. Smith 

Instructor of Poultry Science — M.S. 




J. Robert Smyth, Jr. 

Professor of Poultry Science 
—Ph.D. 





Russell E. Smith 

Professor of Veterinary Sciencee 
— D.V.M. 



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Franklin A. Southwick 

Professor of Horticulture — Ph.D. 





Grant B. Snyder 

Professor of Horticulture 

and Acting 

Head of Department — M.S. 



Richard A. Southwick 

Assistant Professor of Agronomy 
—M.S. 





Herbert G. Spindler 

ssistant Professor of Agricultural 
and Food Economics — M.B.A. 



Alden P. Turtle 

ssistant Professor of Olericulture 
—M.S. 




Harvey L. Sweetman 

Professor of Entomology — Ph.D. 





Joseph Troll 

Assistant Professor of Agronomy 
—M.S. 




Richard L. Stromgren 

Instructor of Speech — M.A. 




Donald V. Waddington 

Instructor of Agronomy — M.S. 





Walter D. Weeks 

Associate Ptofessor of Pomology 
—Ph.D. 




Ellsworth H. Wheeler 

Professor of Entomology — Ph.D. 




Karol S. Wisnieski 

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




Albert L. Wrisley, Jr. 

Assistant Professor of Food 
Management — B.S. 




John M. Zak 

Assistant Professor of Agronomy 
—M.S. 




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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 







Left to Right: Rone Medeiros, President; Don Kelso, Vice President; Joan S. Phipps, Secretary; 
William Vanderbeck, Treasurer. 



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DOUGLAS S. ADAMS 
Doug" Westfield, Mass. 

lajor: Animal Science 
lacement: Gibbet Hill Farm, Groton, 
lass. 

[ctivities: Football 1; Animal Science 
Hub 1, 2; Little International 2; Dairy 
Classic 2 

uture Plans: Vet. School 
avorite Saying: "Woodchuck" 
avorite Pastime: Skiing 



JOHN ARNO 
ohn" Belmont, Mass. 

'ajor: Food Management 
acement: Arno's Del Restaurant, Nan- 
cket, Mass. 

ctivities: Stewards Club 1, 2; Newman 
lub 1, 2 

iture Plans: Owning my own business 
ivorite Saying: "Let's make it" 
ivorite Pastime: Lifting Weights 




A. ROBERT ALLARD 
"Bob" Wilmington, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture 
Placement: F. A. Bartlett Tree Expert 
Company, Cambridge, Mass. 
Activities: Horticulture Show 1, 2; Ar- 
boriculture Club 1, 2 
Future Plans: Further education 
Favorite Saying: "Holy jumped up — " 
Favorite Pastime: Women, Horses, 
Stock Cars, Pickup Trucks 




PHILIP J. ALLESSIO 
"The Pittsfield Hustler" Pittsfield, Mass. 
Major: Floriculture 

Placement: Berkshire Garden Center, 
Stockbridge, Mass. 

Activities: Floriculture Club 1, 2; New- 
man Club 1, 2; Horticulture Show 1, 2 
Future Plans: Further education 
Favorite Saying: "This Commons food 



Favorite Pastime : Fishing, 
Swimming, Checking 



Hiking, 




FRANK L. ADAMS, JR. 

Amherst, Mass. 
Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Stewart's Nurseries, Mon- 
tague, Mass. 
Future Plans: Work 
Favorite Pastime: Hunting and Fishing 



STANLEY E. BACLAWSKI, JR. 
"Stash" West Springfield, Mass. 

Major: Forestry 

Placement: St. Joe Nat'l Forest, St. 
Maries, Idaho 

Activities: Football 1; Forestry Club 1, 
2; Horticulture Show 1, 2 
Future Plans: To go into business for 
myself 

Favorite Saying: "What's due tomor- 
row?" 

Favorite Pastime: Building Rods and 
Customs 




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SALVATORE V. BELLISTRI 
"Sammy" Charlestown, Mass. 

Major: Food Distribution 
Placement: Kennedy's Clothing Store, 
Boston, Mass. 

Activities: Food Distribution Club 1, 2; 
Counselor Berkshire House, 2; Dorm 
Football 1 

Future Plans: Further education 
Favorite Saying: "Even steel is useless 
"when tempered too much" 
Favorite Pastime: Dancing, Pool, Bil- 
liards, Reading, and Sports 



CHARLES LOUIS BAROSSO 
"Chuck" Pittsfield, Mass. 

Major: Floriculture 

Placement: Follwell Greenhouses, Pitts- 
field, Mass. 

Activities: Floriculture Club 1, 2; Hor- 
ticulture Show 1, 2; Basketball Man- 
ager 1 

Future Plans: Working for Barosso's 
Greenhouses 

Favorite Saying: "What ya say?" 
Favorite Pastime: Eating 



RICHARD J. BILLINGS 
"Dick" Needham, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Arnold Arboretum, Jamaica 
Plain, Mass. 

Activities: Rifle Team 1, 2; Newman 
Club 1, 2; Land Op. Club 1, 2; Horti- 
culture Show 1, 2 

Future Plans: Own landscape and 
nursery business 
Favorite Pastime: Sleeping and eating 





NORMAN BERGERON 
"Norm" New Bedford, Mass. 

Major: Floriculture 

Placement: Sowle Florist, New Bedford, 
Mass. 

Activities: Floriculture Club 1, 2; Hor- 
ticulture Show 1, 2, Chairman 2; New- 
man Club 1, 2 

Favorite Saying: "And all that rot" 
Favorite Pastime: Horseback Riding 




ALBERT R. BEGIN 
"AI" Beverly, Mas:s 

Major: Food Management 
Placement: Sky Chef, Boston, Mass. 
Activities: Stewards Club 1, 2 
Future Plans: Work with Sky Chef 
Favorite Saying: "Laugh your troubld( 
away" 
Favorite Pastime: Reading 



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CHARLES J. BLACK 
"Shot Down" South Braintree, Masis 
Major: Forestry 

Placement: Newhall Ranger Station 
Angeles National Forest, Calif. 
Activities: Forestry Club 1, 2; Hortri 
culture Show 2 

Future Plans: Further education 
Favorite Saying: "You guys ain't got ni 
Cooth" 

Favorite Pastime: Studying 




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FRANKLYN W. CARLSON 
"Frank" Harvard, Mass. 

Major: Pomology 

Placement: Carlson's Orchard, Harvard, 
Mass. 

Activities: Pomology Club 1, Horticul- 
ture Show 1, 2 

Future Plans: Business at home 
Favorite Pastime: Bowling 



ROBERT BRISSETTE 

Job" Norwood, Mass. 

!ajor: Food Management 

.acement: New England Life Insur- 

ice Co., Boston, Mass. 

ctivities: Stewards Club 1, 2; New- 

,an Club 1, 2 

jture Plans: Work, Marriage, Service 

avorite Saying: "Course" 

ivorite Pastime: Eating pizza 



WILLARD R. CHURCH 
Bill" Westwood, Mass. 

lajor: Turf Management 
lacement: Sands Point Golf Club, Port 
Washington, L.L, N.Y. 
[ctivities: Football 1; Turf Club 1, 2; 
lorticulture Show 1, 2 
uture Plans: Superintendent 
avorite Saying: "Where tonight? Barn 
r Q Club?" 
avorite Pastime: Guitar and Girls 





HAROLD S. CHAKIRIS 
"Shike" Framingham, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Framingham Landscape Co., 
Framingham, Mass. 

Activities: Horticulture Show 1, 2; Or- 
thodox Club 1, 2; Dorm Football and 
Basketball 1, 2 

Future Plans: Further education 
Favorite Saying: "What's for home- 
work" 

Favorite Pastime: Girls! 




ROBERT JOHN CARLIN 
"Redcap" Worcester, Mass. 

Major: Dairy Technology 
Placement: Smithfield Ice Cream Co., 
Worcester, Mass. 

Activities: Dairy Technology Club 1, 2; 
Dorm Football 1; Dorm Basketball 1; 
Dorm Float 1 

Future Plans: Further education 
Favorite Saying: "However" 
Favorite Pastime: Going home week- 
ends 



EDMUND L. CIAMPOLILLO 
"Eddie" Saugus, Mass. 

Major: Food Management 
Placement: M.LT. Faculty Club, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 

Activities: Stewards Club 1, 2; Stosag 1; 
Float Committee 1, 2 
Future Plans: Manage a private club 
Favorite Saying: "Always let your con- 
science be your guide" 
Favorite Pastime: Drawing and Painting 




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JOHN M. CIPRIANO 
"Cip" Watertown, Conn. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Watertown Country Club, 
Watertown, Conn. 

Activities: Turf Club 1, 2; Horticulture 
Show 1, 2; Newman Club 1, 2 

Future Plans: Golf Course Superintend- 
ent 

Favorite Saying: "So what" 
Favorite Pastime: Golf, Bowling 



VALERIE D. COLEMAN 
"Val" Orange, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Cold Spring Farm, West 
Fairlee, Vermont. 

Activities: Judiciary 1, 2; Stosag 1; 
Business Manager 2; Student Senate 2; 
Animal Science Club 1, 2; Equestrian 
Club 1, 2; Campus 4-H 2 
future Plans: Undecided 
Favorite Saying: "Aya!" 
Favorite Pastime: Skiing 





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RICHARD MOULTON COCHRANIl 
"Corky" West Springfield, Mas:( 

Major: Food Management 
Placement: Friendly Ice Cream Corpp 
West Springfield, Mass. 
Activities: Stewards Club 1, 2; Ski Cluu 
1, 2; Christian Association 1, 2; Alphl^ 
■Tau Gamma 1, Secretary 2 
Future Plans: Further education 
Favorite Saying: "What do you saa 
keed.'" 

Favorite Pastime: Water Sports, Boas 
Racing 



JOHN F. CURTIS 
"John" Chesterfield, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Elmbrook Farm, Chester- 
field, Mass. 

Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Dairy Classic; Little International 
Future Plans: Return to home farm 
Favorite Saying: "What'ch up to?" 





LEO F. CORMIER 
"Leo" West Lynn, Mass. 

Major: Dairy Technology 
Placement: H. P. Hoods, Boston Ice 
Cream Plant 

Activities: Dairy Technology Club 1, 2; 
Newman Club 1, 2; Square Dance Club 
1, 2 

Future Plans: Transfer to University of 
Massachusetts 
Favorite Saying: "What did I do now?" 



JOHN P. CUTLER 

"Chip" Worcester, Mass-: 

Major: Floriculture 

Placement: Fisk's Post Road Nursery] 

Northboro, Mass. 

Activities: Floriculture Club 1, 2; Ski; 

Club 2; Commuters Club 2 

Future Plans: Retail Sales 

Favorite Saying: "When are you goinp 

to pass back our tests?" 

Favorite Pastime: Skiing 




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DAVID M. DARLING 
3ave" Millis, Mass. 

ajor: Vegetable Crops 
acement: Lookout Farm, South Natick, 
ass. 

ctii'ities : Football 1 
iture Plans; To own a farm 
ivorite Saying: "What a build on that 
le!" 

ivorite Pastime: Watching pro-football 
1 T.V. 



BRANDT HENRY DOSCHER 
Brandt" Garden City, L.I., N.Y. 

lajor : 'Poultry Science 
lacement: New York Conservation 
lept., L.I., N.Y. 

Ictivities: Alpha Tau Gamma 1, 2; In- 
:rcollegiate Poultry Judging Team 2; 
oultry Club 2 

uture Plans: Further education in Con- 
;rvation 

avorite Saying: "Who's got change for 
quarter?" 
avorite Pastime: Fun 




PETER I. DENTON 
"Pete" Mendon, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Home 

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

Future Plans: Home Farm 
Favorite Saying: "Stroke" 
Favorite Pastime: 4-H, Sports, Trees 




EDWARD J. DEPOTO 

"Eddie" Franklin, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Hillside Nursery, Franklin, 
Mass. 

Activities: Newman Club 1; Horticul- 
ture Show 1, 2 

Future Plans: Home Business 

Favorite Saying: "Wait till Friday 

night" 

Favorite Pastime; Going home to Bette 




EDWARD A. DAVIS 
"Eddie" Baldwinville, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement; Home Farm 
Activities: 4-H 1, 2; Little International 
2; Dairy Classic 2 
Future Plans: Run a good farm 
Favorite Saying: "You don't say?" 
Favorite Pastime; Skiing, 4-H 



ROBERT F. DOW 
"Bob" Tewksbury, Mass. 

Major; Arboriculture 
Placement; Osgood Arborists, Middle- 
ton, Mass. 

Activities: Arboriculture Club 1, 2; 
Dorm Athletic Chairman 1, 2; Horti- 
culture Show 1, 2 
Future Plans: Further education 
Favorite Saying: "How about that!" 
Favorite Pastime; Sports, Sport Cars 
and Driving 




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THOMAS DUFFY 
"Duff" Weston, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture 
Placement: Hartney 
Dedham, Mass. 
Activities: Football 1 
Horticulture Show 1, 
1; Arboriculture Club 1, 2, President 2; 
Counselor, Berkshire House 2 
Future Plans: Further education and 
work for Hartney Tree 
Favorite Saying: "Keep it quiet in this 
hall!" 
Favorite Pastime: Social Life and Girls. 



Tree Company, 

Basketball 1, 2; 
2; Student Senate 



JOHN E. FALLON 

"John" Brandon, Vermont 

Major: Food Distribution 

Placement: B-M Food Mart, Rutland, 
Vermont 

Activities: Food Distribution Club 1, 
Secretary-Treasurer 2; Newman Club 1, 
2; Stoso Treasurer 2 

Future Plans: Further education 
Favorite Saying: "I guess so" 
Favorite Pastime : Sleeping 



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CHARLES B. ELWELL 

'C. B. ' Essex, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Gil-B-Well Farm, Essex, 
Mass. 

Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Little Intetnational 2; Dairy Classic 2 
Future Plans: To broaden my horizons, 
to succeed 

Favotite Saying: "Don't sweat it" 
Favorite Pastime: Sports 




RICHARD P. ELWELL 

"Dick" Auburn, Maine 

Major: Pomology 

Placement: Atkins Orchards, Amherst, 

Mass. 

Activities: Horticulture Show 1, 2; 

Pomology Club 1 

Future Plans: Orchard Manager 

Favorite Pastime: Fishing 




ROBERT R. DUMAS 

"Bob" New Bedford, Maa 

Major: Food Distribution 
Placement: Roland's Super Markee 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: Newman Club 1, 2; Foe 
Distribution Club 1, Vice Ptesident 
Alpha Tau Gamma 1, Vice President 
Stoso President 2; Student Senate 
Inter Fraternity Sports 1, 2; Council 
Committee Representatives 1, 2 
Future Plans: Retail Food Industry 
Favorite Saying: "What can I say?" 
Favorite Pastime: Sports 



RICHARD JOSEPH FERRUCCI 

"Cooch" Mendon, Masi: 

Major: Food Distribution 

Placement: Red Shutter Grille, Milfoni 
Mass. 

Activities: Food Distribution Club 1, , 
Intermural Sports 1; Float Committee; 
Future Plans: Further education 
Favorite Saying: "If you don't hav 
anything good to say about somebodt 
don't say it at all" 

Favorite Pastime: Racing, Huntint 
Sports 




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DARLENE ANN FILKINS 
'okey" Dalton, Mass. 

!ajor: Floriculture 

acement: Lakeview Florist, Dalton, 
ass. 

ctivities: Floriculture Club 1, 2; Hor- 
:ulture Show I, 2; Stosag 2, Secretary 

iture Plans: School in Japan and Va- 

tion in Hawaii 

ivorite Saying: "I'm just one of the 

lys" 

ivorite Pastime: Reading 



THOMAS H. FITZGERALD 
itz" Hopedale, Mass. 

[iajor: Animal Science 

ilacement: Raynagua Farm, Pensacola, 
orida 

'^ctivities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
ttle International 2; Dairy Classic 2 

Iture Plans: Herdsman of beef farm 

.ivorite Saying: "The price of poker is 

")ing up!" 

iivorite Pastime: Judo Club; Card play- 




JOSEPH E. FINKS 
"Joe" Canton, Mass. 

Major: Food Distribution 
Placement: Self employed 
Activities: Food Distribution Club 1, 2; 



I.F.C. Sports 1, 2; Newman Club 
Alpha Tau Gamma 1, Chaplain 2; 
ball 1 

Future Plans: Further education 
Favorite Saying: "Basically true" 
Favorite Pastime: Hatch 



1, 2; 
Foot- 




JOHN R. FISH 
"John" North Hadley, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: John E. Devine and Sons, 
North Hadley, Mass. 
Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Little International 2; Dairy Classic 2 
Future Plans; Plan to raise beef 
Favorite Pastime: Hunting 




JAY R. FINKLE 
"Jay" Revere, Mass. 

Major: Food Distribution 
Placement: Stop & Shop Inc., Lynn, 
Mass. 

Activities: Food Distribution Club 1, 2; 
Intramural Sports 1, 2; Hockey 1 
Future Plans: Further education 
Favorite Saying: "I'd rather owe it to 
you than cheat you out of it" 
Favorite Pastime; Golf, Hockey, Study- 
ing.'?? 



JAMES P. FLYNN 
"Stretch" Winthrop, Mass. 

Major : Forestry 

Placement; Shoshone National Forest, 
Cody, Wyoming 

Activities: Newman Club 1, 2; Forestry 
Club 1, 2; Horticulture Show 1, 2 
Future Plans: Further education 
Favorite Saying; "Early to rise and early 
to bed makes a man healthy, wealthy 
and wise! " 

Favorite Pastime: Anything but study- 
ing 




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MERYL J. FOWLES 
"Mr. Non-Profit" Southampton, Mass. 
Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Sunnydell Farm, Home farm 
Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Little International 2; Dairy Classic 2 
Future Plans: Farming (Guernseys) 
Favorite Saying: "Oh, go lay an egg!" 
Favorite Pastime: Bowling 



EDWARD A. FUFARO, JR. 

"Fuf" Shelton, Conn. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Oaklane C.C. Woodbridge, 
Conn. 

Activities: Turf Club 1, 2; Football 1; 
Horticulture Show 1, 2; Newman Club 
1,2; Soccer 2; Stoso 2 
Future Plans: Golf Course Superintend- 
ent 

Favorite Saying: "Hey Doc, what's her 
name?" 
Favorite Pastime: Party's at the pad 




HENRY S. FREDERICKS, JR. 
"Taj" Springfield, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Langevin's Dairy Farm, 
Palmer, Mass. 

Activities: Student Senate 1; Dorm Pres- 
ident 1; Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Little International 2; Dairy Classic 2 
Future Plans: Allied in Agriculture 
Favorite Saying: "Unbelievable" 
Favorite Pastime: Music and 'Women 





ALDO GINO FRANCESCHI, JR. 
"Crotch" Amherst, Ma'i 

Major: Arboriculture 
Placement: Henry Toole, Tree 'Wardd 
Amherst, Mass. 
Future Plans: Have my own business;! 
Favorite Saying: "'What's the scoop?" 
Favorite Pastime: Drinking 



JAMES M. GEORGE 
"Jim" Mansfield, 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement : Bruno Scarpellini, Mansfifi 
Mass. 

Activities: Horticulture Show 1, 
Op. Club 1, 2 
Future Plans: To own my own busini 
Favorite Pastime: Skiing 



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JEFFREY STERLING FRENCH 
"Jeff" Reading, Mass. 

Major: Floriculture 

Placement: Eric's Greenhouses, Reading, 
Mass. 

Activities: Floriculture Club 1, 2; Hor- 
ticulture Show 1, 2; Stoso 2; "WMUA 
announcer 2; Interdorm Football Man- 
ager 2 

Future Plans: Navy; Owning own busi- 
ness 

Favorite Saying: '"Webah!!" 
Favorite Pastime: Studying at Hamlin 
House 






JAMES F. GILLIGAN 

lim" Westfidd, N.J. 

ajor: Turf Management 
acement: Plainfield Country Club, 
ainfield, N.J. 

ctivities: Turf Club 1, 2, Vice Pres. 1, 
res. 2; Horticulture Show 1, 2; New- 
an Club 1, Exec. Council 2; Basketball 
2; Soccer 2 

iture Plans: Golf Course Superintend- 
it 

ivorite Saying: "I don't know" 
ivorite Pastime: Sports 



WILLIAM R. HANDRICH, JR. 
3iU" Hadley, Mass. 

• ajor: Turf Management 
acement: CreStview Country Club, 
gawam, Mass. 

ctivities: Turf Club 1, 2; Horticulture 
low 1, 2 
Iture Plans: Golf Course Superintend- 

ivorite Pastime: Sports 




RANDOLPH W. HAAS 
"Buzz" Fairview, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Adams Nursery, Westfield, 
Mass. 

Activities: Land Op. Club 1, 2; Horti- 
culture Show, 1,2; Student Senate 1 
Future Plans: University of Georgia 
Favorite Saying: "Almost" 
Favorite Pastime: Sleeping 




DAVID L. HALL 
"Dave" Lynn, Mass. 

Major: Forestry 

Placement: Boise National Forest, Cas- 
cade, Idaho 

Activities: Forestry Club 1, 2; Horti- 
culture Show 1, 2; Senate 2 
Future Plans: Get married and work in 
Maine 

Favorite Saying: "Get serious" 
Favorite Pastime: Catch up on a few z's 




RICHARD S. GOLEN 
"Dick" Fall River, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Home 

Activities: Land Op. Club 1, 2; Horti- 
culture Show 1, 2 
Future Plans: Only time will tell 
Favorite Saying: "Oh, is that so?!" 
Favorite Pastime: Girls 



BEN H. HANELT 
"Ben" Kingston, Mass. 

Major: Floriculture 

Placement: Howard's Flowers, Kingston, 
Mass. 

Activities: Floriculture Club 1, 2; Hor- 
ticulture Show 1, 2 

Future Plans: Plant Pathologist or own- 
er of his own retail shop. 
Favorite Saying: "Vodka — • straight!" 
Favorite Pastime: Working with cars 
and arguing with the profs 




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JOSEPH E. HART 

"Joe" Weymouth, Mass. 

Major: Dairy Technology 

Placement: Whiting Milk Company, 

Boston, Mass. 

Activities: Dairy Technology Club 1, 2, 

Vice President 1, President 2 

Future Plans: University of Georgia or 

Service 

Favorite Saying: "Don't worry about it" 



GEORGE W. HANNUM 
"Super Skier" Westwood, N.J. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Stonewall Nurseries, River- 
vale, N.J. 

Activities: Land Op. Club 1, 2; Horti- 
culture Show 1, 2 
Future Plans: Further education 
Favorite Saying: "Aya" 
Favorite Pastime: Music 



TIMOTHY C. HOLM 
"Tim" Sutton, Mass. 

Major: Floriculture 

Placement: Holm Farm, Sutton, Mass. 
Activities: Floriculture Club 1, 2; Hor- 
ticulture Show 1, 2 

Future Plans: Farming with my father 
Favorite Saying: "You know it!" 
Favorite Pastime: Girls 





GEORGE DAVID HILTON 

"George" Plum Island, Newbury, Mass. 

Major: Food Management 

Placement; Hilton & Strout Fishing & 

Boating Center, Newbury, Mass. 

Activities: Stewards Club 1, 2 

Future Plans: Undecided 

Favorite Saying: "How do you spell 



Favorite Pastime: Counting the days, 
hours, and minutes until its time to go 
home for the weekend 




CHARLES R. HARRIS 
"Chuck" Quincy 71, Mas: 

Major: Dairy Technology 
Placement: Taunton State Hospitai 
Taunton, Mass. 
Activities: Student Senate 1, 2; Hockee 
1, 2; Football 1; Animal Science Cluli 
1; Alpha Tau Gamma 2; Progress Bam 
quet 2 

Future Plans: Go into business for my) 
self 

Favorite Saying: "How about that" 
Favorite Pastime: Sports and Girls 



JOEL D. HOWES 

"Zeb" Goshen, Masu 

Major: Animal Science 

Placement: Raynajua Farm, Pennsacolsl 

Florida 

Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 

Little International 2; Dairy Classic 2 

Future Plans: Herdsman of beef farm 




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LEWIS H. HOWES 
.ew" Lexington, Mass. 

acement: Bates Farm Inc., Carlisle, 
ass. 

ctivities: Animal Science Club 1, 2, 
Ireas. 2; Stoso 2; Little International 2; 
^iry Classic 2 

iiture Plans: Further education and 
brk in field of agriculture 
■;ivorite Saying: "Where's Nick?" 
ivorite Pastime: Music, Accordion, 
[uare Dancing 



JAMES RICHARD HUSE 
Big Jim" Walpole, Mass. 

ilajor: Landscape Operations 
lacement: Old Colony Landscape Ser- 
ce, Weymouth, Mass. 
ctivities: Land Op. Club 1, 2, Pres. 2; 
,'orticulture Show 1, 2; Football 1 
iture Plans: Teaching 
ivorite Saying: "The difficult is done 
.^mediately the impossible takes a little 
.nger" 

ivorite Pastime: Football and Anita's 
;0use 



JEFF L. HUBLER 
"Jeff" Northampton, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: David Holgen, Belchertown, 
Mass. 
Activities: Horticulture Show 1, 2 






NICHOLAS W. HOWES 

"Nick" Cunnington, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Home 

Activities: Animal Science Club 1; Lit- 
tle International 2; Dairy Classic 2 
Future Plans: Undecided 
Favorite Saying: "Now look!" 
Favorite Pastime: Reading 



L. STEPHEN HUTCHINSON 
"Hutch" Somerset, Mass. 

Major: Dairy Technology 
Placement; H. P. Hoods & Sons, Prov- 
idence, R.I. 

Activities: Alpha Tau Gamma 1, 2; 
Dairy Technology Club 1, 2; Football 
Manager 1; Basketball Manager 1; 
l.F.C. Football 1, 2; Soccer Manager 2; 
House Manager Alpha Tau Gamma 2 
Future Plans : To work my way up in a 
milk plant such as Hoods 
Favorite Saying: "Wanna run it" 
Favorite Pastime; Dragging 







SUSAN V. HUMMEL 
"Sue " Amherst, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Lake Morey Inn Riding 
Stables, Fairlee, Vermont 
Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Equestrian Club 1, 2; Little Interna- 
tional 2; Dairy Classic 2; Stosag 2 
Favorite Saying: "Money, men & more!" 
Favorite Pastime: Horseback riding 




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RICHARD T. IVES 
"Dick" Amherst, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement; Theodore C. Kentfield, Am- 
herst, Mass. 

Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Little International 2; Dairy Classic 2 
Future Plans: Further Education 
Favorite Saying; "What do we have 
now?" 
Favorite Pastime: Work on my cars 



RALPH EDWARD KARCHENES 
"Ralph" Woburn, Mass. 

Major; Floriculture 

Placement; Union Florist Nursery Co., 
Woburn, Mass. 

Activities: Floriculture Club 1, 2; Hor- 
ticulture Show 1, 2; Alpha Tau Gamma 
1, 2; Sergeant at Arms 1; Orthodox 
Club 1, 2; I.F.C. Activities, football, 
basketball, Softball, 1, 2; Student Senate 
2 

Future Plans: Own his own greenhouses 
and retail store 

Favorite Saying; "Coke, please" 
Favorite Pastime: Driving '62 Olds, 
stick 



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RICHARD JOHNSON 
"Dick" Leicester, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement; Johnson Brother's Dairy 
Farm, Leicester, Mass. 
Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Christian Association 1; Little Interna- 
tional 2; Dairy Classic 2 
Future Plans: Undecided 
Favorite Saying; "I don't know!" 
Favorite Pastime: Speech!?.' 





RICHARD JOHN JEWELL 
"Dick" Shrewsbury, Massis| 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement; Bigelow's Nursery, Northli 
boro, Mass. 
Activities: Land Op. Club 1, 2, Cor<r 
responding Sec. 2; Horticulture Show 1 
2 

Future Plans: Work at landscaping andu 
night school 

Favorite Saying: "Whee'ooo!" 
Favorite Pastime: Hot rods 



KENNETH B. KELLIHER 
"Ken" Whitinsville, Massiil 

Major; Turf Management 
Placement: Huntington Crescent Club.b 
Huntington, Long Island 
Activities: Horticulture Show 1, 2; New-«1 
man Club 1, 2; Turf Club 1, 2 
Future Plans; Golf Course Superintend-J 
ent 

Favorite Saying: "What's up" 
Favorite Pastime: Swimming, Boating,f( 
Golf 



ROBERT A. JOHNSON 
"Bob " Paxton, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Ohearn's Dairy Farm, Pax- 
ton, Mass. 

Activities: Collegiate Chapter F.F.A., 
Vice Pres. 1; Mass. Assoc. F.F.A., Vice 
Pres. 1, Pres. 2; Animal Science Club 
1, 2; Little International 2; Dairy 
Classic 2 

Future Plans; Own my own dairy farm 
Favorite Saying: "I'll never tell" 
Favorite Pastime: Barbara Fiske 





ANTHONY J. KRUCKAS, JR. 

Tony" Spencer, Mass. 

;Iajor: Turf Management 
'lacement: Century Country Club, Pur- 
pose, N.Y. 

tctivities: Horticulture Show 1, 2; Turf 
■lub 1, 2 

uture Plans: Golf Course Superintend- 
it 

avorite Saying: "Don't over do it" 
■avorite Pastime: Golf 



GEORGE A. LAW, JR. 

B.M." Foxboro, Mass. 

';ajor: Floriculture 

acement: Albert L. Lehan, Wholesale 
orist, Mansfield, Mass. 
ctirities: Floriculture Club 1, 2; Hor- 
rulture Show 1, 2; Stosag 2; Football 

Soccer 2; Basketball Manager 2 
iture Plans: Further education 
Ivorite Saying: "Good thinking" 
ivorite Pastime: Sports 



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DONALD B. KELSO 

"Don" Westfield, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Hood's Cherry Hill Farm, 
Beverly, Mass. 

Activities: Animal Science Club 1, Vice 
Pres. 2; University 4-H Club 1, 2; Treas- 
urer of Class 1; Vice Pres. of Class 2; 
Dairy Technology Club 2; University 
Square Dance Club 1, 2; Student Senate 
1, 2; Little International 2; Dairy 
Classic 2 

Future Plans: Own Holstein Farm and 
further education 

Favorite Saying: "How do you do?" 
Favorite Pastime: Studying Holsteins, 
and Agriculture 




RONALD VINCENT LANZAROTTO 
"Ron" Springfield, Mass. 

Major; Food Management 
Placement: How-Dee Company, Spring- 
field, Mass. 

Activities: Stewards Club I, 2; Newman 
Club 1, 2; Dorm Softball 1 
Future Plans: Own my own food estab- 
lishment 

Favorite Saying: "I think I'll go home 
this weekend" 
Favorite Pastime: Winter Sports 




MICHAEL W. LANGONE 
"Mike" Mattapan, Mass. 

Major: Food Management 
Placement: Lookout Hotel, Ogunquit, 
Maine 

Activities: Football I; Soccer 2; Stew- 
ards Club 1, 2 

Future Plans : Hotel Management 
Favorite Saying: "Money" 
Favorite Pastime : Sports 



LAWRENCE ARTHUR LEMOINE 
"Larry" West Springfield, Mass. 

Major: Food Management 
Placement: Vincient's Steak House, 
West Springfield, Mass. 
Activities: Stewards Club I, Treasurer 
2; Newman Club 1 
Future Plans: To own my own food 
establishment 

Favorite Saying : "Who's got a cigarette" 
Favorite Pastime: Sports and Girls 




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RAYMOND F. LUBELCZYK 
"Ray" Ludlow, Mass. 

Major: Wood Products 
Placement: S. Bent Bros. Inc., Gardner, 
Mass. 

Activities: Forestry Club 1, 2; Horticul- 
ture Show 1, 2 

Future Plans: Lumber Marketing 
Favorite Saying: "Why?" 
Favorite Pastime: Hunting, Fishing and 
Table Tennis 



RALPH LEIBRO 

West Springfield, Mass. 
Major: Floriculture 

Placement: University of Massachusetts 
Activities: Hockey 1, 2; Floriculture 
Club 1, 2; Horticulture Show 1, 2 
Future Plans: Retail Floral Designer 
Favorite Saying: "Big Time" 
Favorite Pastime: Entertaining 



DONALD J. MADDEN 
"Don" Westfield, Mass. 

Major: Food Management 
Placement: Schine Inn, Chicopee, Mass. 
Activities: Stewards Club 1, 2; Float 
Committee 1 
Future Plans: education 
Favorite Saying: "Ya but Chef?" 
Favorite Pastime: Dancing, Sports, Mu- 
sic, and Sally Rooney 



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DAVID W. LUMSDEN 
"Lummy" Natick, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Country Club of Natick, 
Natick, Mass. 

Activities: Arbor Club 1, Horticulture 
Show 1, 2; Turf Club 2 
Future Plans: Work on a big course 
Favorite Saying: "Keep it cool" 
Favorite Pastime: Golf 




GEORGE M. LITTLEJOHN, JR. 

"Geo." Cohasset, Masss 

Major: Animal Science 

Placement: Boelsma's Dairy, Eas 
Bridgewater,- Mass. 

Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2 

Dairy Technology Club 1; Little Inteie 

national 2; Dairy Classic 2 

Future Plans: Go to work and try ti 

make life a success 

Favorite Saying: "How are you doing?;! 

Favorite Pastime: Working 



DAVID J. MAJKA 
"Louie" Webster, Masi 

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

Activities: Dairy Technology Club 1, 
Newman Club 2 
Future Plans: Further education 
Favorite Saying: "Come on Rosato, lete 
go" 

Favorite Pastime: Breaking Rosatai 
aggies 



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ROBERTA M. MANDELL 
Robbie" Medway, Mass. 

;[ajor: Food Distribution 
placement: Mansfield State Hospital, 
[[ansfield, Mass. 

[ctivities: Class Secretary 1; Student 
jenate 1; Hillel Foundation 1, 2; Food- 
fistribution Club 1, 2; Parachute Club 

iuture Plans; Nursing 

favorite Saying: "It's a mistake" 

avorite Pastime: Hatching 



EUGENE P. Mcdonough 

Gene" Manchester, Mass. 

[ajor: Food Management 

lacement: Gloucester House, Glouces- 

■r, Mass. 

ctivities: Stewards Club 1, 2; Football 

uture Plans: Further education 
ivorite Saying: "What's Hot" 
avorite Pastime: Football 




■W. CHAD-WICK MAURER, JR. 
"Chad" Kingston, Mass. 

Major; Landscape Operations 
Placement: Gardenside Nurseries, Inc., 
Shelburne, -Vermont 
Activities: Land Op Club 1, 2; Horti- 
culture Show 1, 2; FFA 1, 2; Football, 1 
Future Plans; Further education 
Favorite Saying: "Don't worry about it" 
Favorite Pastime; Studying?? 




CHARLES H. McCOLOUGH 

'"Walrus" No. Weymouth, Mass. 

Major: Floriculture 

Placement; Hampson's Greenhouses, 
Abington, Mass. 

Activities: Floriculture Club 1, 2; Pres- 
ident 2; Stosag 1, 2; Horticulture Show 
1, 2 

Future Plans : Wholesale grower 
Favorite Saying: "It's a challenge!" 
Favorite Pastime: Swimming, Ping 
pong. Bowling 




JOHN W. MANNING 
"Johnny" Granby, Conn. 

Major; Animal Science 
Placement: Cantitoe Corners, Katonah, 
New York 

Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Dairy Classic 2; Little International 2 
Future Plans: Own my own beef farm 
Favorite Saying: "The Hell with it" 
Favorite Pastime: Doing everything but 
study 



ROBERT C. McKENZIE 
"Bob" Holyoke, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Bray Park Garden Center, 
Holyoke, Mass. 

Activities: Land Op. Club 1, 2; Horti- 
culture Show 1, 2 

Future Plans; Garden Center Manager 
or own landscape firm 
Favorite Saying: "Oh, really!" 
Favorite Pastime; Musician 




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RONE ROLAND MEDEIROS 



"Ron" 



Somerset, Mass. 



Major: Food Management 
Placement: Ferry Tavern Hotel, Old 
Lyme, Conn. 

Activities: Class President 1, 2; Stew- 
ards Club 1, 2; Charter Member Stoso 
1, 2; University R.S.O. Committee 1, 2; 
Counselor Middlesex House 2; Stock- 
bridge Student Senate 1, Vice President 
2; Stosag 2; General Chairman Sno-Ball 
Dance 1, 2; General Chairman Progress 
Banquet 2; Co-Chairman College of 
Agriculture Centennial Convocation 2 
Future Plans: Further education 
Favorite Saying: "That's the way it 
goes" 
Favorite Pastime: Organizing anything 



RICHARD P. MORRIS 
"Dick" South Portland, Maine 

Major: Food Management 
Placement: Eastland Motor Hotel, Port- 
land, Maine 

Activities: Stewards Club 1, Secretary 2; 
Stoso 2 

Future Plans: Work in California 
Favorite Saying: "C'est la vie" 
Favorite Pastime: Women 




CHARLES F. MIRAGLIA 
"Wop" Revere, Mass. 

Major: Forestry 

Placement: Apache National Forest Al- 
pine District, Arizona 
Activities: Forestry Club 1, 2; Rifle Club 
1^ 2, Pres. 2; Senate 2 
Future Plans: Work with the U.S.F.S. 
Favorite Saying: "1 don't gotta do nut- 
tin!" 
Favorite Pastime: Sleeping 




DONALD L. MORIN 
"Don" Taunton, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Taunton Landscape Garden- 
ers, Inc., Taunton, Mass. 
Activities: Land Op Club 1, 2, Sec. 2; 
Horticulture Show 1, 2; Newman Club 
1, 2 

Future Plans: Further education 
Favorite Saying: "'Turf, what a gut 
course!" 

Favorite Pastime: Watching or taking 
part in sports 




JOHN F. MERSKI, JR. 

"Mersk" Whately, Masii 

Major: Turf Management 

Placement: Ekwanok Country Clut 

Manchester, Vermont 

Activities: Turf Club 1, 2; Horticultuu 

Show 1, 2; Football 1 

Future Plans: To be a success 

Favorite Saying: "Certainly" 

Favorite Pastime: Hunting and Fishini 



ROBERT CORNELIUS MULLANEI 
"Pres." Hawthorne, N.'' 

Major: Aboriculture 
Placement: Landscape Foresters Lta 
Bronxville, N.Y. 
Activities: Judiciary 1, 2, Chief Justiii 
2; Alpha Tau Gamma 1, 2, President : 
Student Senate 1, 2, Social Co-Ordinaw 
2; Arboriculture Club 1, 2; Newma 
Club 1, 2; Horticulture Show 1, 
Interfraternity Council 2 
Future Plans: Work for Landscape Fdi 
esters 

Favorite Saying: "The house is clea 
when the pledges are around" 
Favorite Pastime: Water Skiing ap 
Socializing 




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DAVID J. MULLINS 
'Moons" Medford 

Vlajor: Dairy Technology 
Placement: H. P. Hoods & Sons 
"ream, Boston, Mass. 
Activities: Hockey 1, 2; Dairy Technol 
3gy Club 1, 2 

Future Plans: Further education 
Favorite Saying: "So what, I don't care' 
Favorite Pastime: Sports 



STANLEY E. NORCROSS 
"Stan" Southville, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Powissett Farm, Dover, 
Mass. 

Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Little International 2; Dairy Classic 2 
Future Plans: Own my own beef farm 
Favorite Saying: "Hey fellas, when does 
the liquor store close? " 
Favorite Pastime: Fast Cars, Booze, and 
Women 




CHARLES E. NAFF 
"Charlie" Dedham, Mass. 

Major: Floriculture 

Placement: Waltham Field Station, Wal- 
tham, Mass. 

Activities: Floriculture Club 1, 2, Vice 
President 2; Newman Club 1; Inter- 
dorm Football 1; Horticulture Show 1, 
2; Stoso 2, secretary 2 
Future Plans: Continue education; Tour 
Europe 

Favorite Saying; "I think we have a test 
tomorrow" 
Favorite Pastime: Growing beards 




CHARLES NEWHOOK 

"Chuck" Saugus, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture 
Placement; Bartlett Tree Experts, Pea- 
body, Mass. 

Activities: Redmen Band 1, 2; Arbori- 
culture Club 1, 2; Horticulture Show 1, 
2; Float Committee 1 
Future Plans: Work for Heath Survey 
Co. 

Favorite Saying: "Are you kidding?" 
Favorite Pastime: Having a good time 





EDWIN I. MULLENS, JR. 
"Moon" Worcester, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Herman Part, Jr., West 
Brookfield, Mass. 

Activities: Canterbury Club 1; Collegi- 
ate F.F.A. 1; Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Little International 2; Dairy Classic 2 
Future Plans: Own Dairy Farm 
Favorite Saying: "Let's go down the 
Drake " 

Favorite Pastime: Keeping my car run- 
ning 



JOHN D. NOURSE 
"Noose" Sterling Junction, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Lipetha Farm, Hopeville 
Jet,, N.Y. 

Activities: Secretary of Collegiate Chap- 
ter F.F.A. 1; Animal Science Club 2; 
Little International 2; Dairy Classic 2 
Future Plans: To be a mechanic or raise 
beef cattle 

Favorite Saying: "What are you some 
kind of nut?" 

Favorite Pastime: Work on cars or 
trucks and read short stories 




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JAMES B. PEPPER 
"Rebel" Edison, N.J. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Walker Gordon Lab Co., 
Plainboro, N.J. 

Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Little International 2; Dairy Classic 2 
Future Plans; Undecided 
Favorite Saying: "Quit messin' around" 
Favorite Pastime: Hunting, Fishing, 
Cars, Drag Racing 



DONALD J. NOYES, JR. 
"Don" West Springfield, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operation 
Placement: Fredrick Pingree, Falmouth, 
Mass. 

Activities: Land Op. Club 1, 2; Horti- 
culture Show 1, 2 
Future Plans :' Further education 
Favorite Saying: "Great" 
Favorite Pastime: Sailing 



DANIEL J. PERRIN 
"Ripples" Middleboro, Mass. 

Major: Forestry 

Placement: Maxwell Lawrence, Roches- 
ter, Mass. 

Activities: Forestry Club 1, 2; Horti- 
culture Show 1, 2 

Future Plans: Work for state in one of 

the parks 

Favorite Saying: "Just for you, half 

price! $6.50" 

Favorite Pastime: Eating 






DENNIS PEARL 
"Den" South Hadley Falls, Massii 

Major: Floriculture 
Placement: Carey's Flowers, Inc., South 
Hadley Falls, Mass. 

Activities: Floriculture Club 1, 2; Bas-s 
ketball 1, 2; Horticulture Show 1, 2:' 
Stosag 2 

Future Plans: Work 
Favorite Saying: "Censored!" 
Favorite Pastime: Managing The Ralpbl 
Davis Quintet 



ANDREW B. PEURA 

"Andy" West Springfield, Masss; 

Major: Forestry ' 

Placement: Willimette National ForestsJ 

Oregon 

Activities: Rifle Team 1; Forestry Club' 

2; Horticulture Show 1, 2 

Future Plans: Head West 

Favorite Pastime: Tinkerin' with myi 

machine 



MICHAEL A. PEREILLO 
"Mike" HoUiston, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Winnona Farm, Natick, 
Mass. 

Activities: Animal Science 1, 2; 4-H 1; 
Soccer 2; Little International 2; Dairy 
Classic 2 

Future Plans: Veterinarian 
Favorite Saying: "How about that!" 
Favorite Pastime: Arguing with the cat- 
tle dealer D.A. and running 



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DOUGLAS W. POLAND 
"Doug" Quincy, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Raynau Farm, Auburn, Me. 
Activities: Dairy Technology Club 1; 
Animal Science Club 2; Little Interna- 
tional 2; Dairy Classic 2 
Future Plans: Work 
Favorite Pastime: Mechanics and Build- 
ing Design 



JOAN S. PHIPPS 
'Crash Phipps" Leicester, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Alta Vista Farm, Rutland, 
Mass. 

Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Dairy Technology Club, Sec. 1; Stosag 
1, 2, Editor 2; Little International 1, 2; 
Dairy Classic 2; Stoso, Charter Member; 
Secretary of Class 2; Secretary of Senate 
Future Plans: Peace Corps 
Favorite Saying: "Learn to Labor and 
to Wait" 
Favorite Pastime: Wrecking cars 



HAROLD G. PURDY, JR. 

"Souse" Wayland, Mass. 

Major: Forestry 

Placement: Apache National Foresi, Al- 
pine, Arizona 

Activities: Forestry Club 1, 2; Horti- 
culture Show 1, 2; Outing Club 2; 
Parachute Club 2 
Future Plans: Further education 
Favorite Saying: "Tough!" 
Favorite Pastime: Any outdoor sport 





JOHN A. PROUDMAN 
"John" Canton, Mass. 

Major: Poultry Science 
Activities: Student Senate 1, 2; Poultry 
Club 1, 2; Stoso 1, 2; Alpha Tau Gam- 
ma 1, 2; Intercollegiate Poultry Judging 
Team 1, 2 

Future Plans: To be my own boss 
Favorite Saying: "Hey Wink!" 
Favotite Pastime: Having fun 




HOBART L. PICKARD, JR. 
"Bud" Pepperell, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Home farm 
Activities: University 4-H Club 1, 2 
Pres. 2; Animal Science Club 1, 2 
Basketball Team 1; Judiciary 1, 2 
Stosag 2; Little International 2; Dairy 
Classic 2 

Future Plans: Undecided 
Favorite Saying: "Haven't I met you 
some place before?" 
Favorite Pastime: Girls and 4-H 



STEVEN R. PYENSON 
"Steve" Otis, Mass. 

Major: Poultry Science 
Placement: Otis Poultry Farm, Otis, 
Mass. 

Activities: Rifle Team 1, 2; Poultry 
Club 1, 2; Stoso 1, 2; Intercollegiate 
Poultry Judging Team 1, 2; Student 
Senate 2 

Future Plans: Further education 
Favorite Saying: "El well, get out of 
here! " 
Favorite Pastime: Working and Eating 




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DANNY H. QUAST 
"Dan" Clayton, Ohio 

Major; Turf 

Placement: Dayton Country Club, Day- 
ton, Ohio 

Activities: Turf Club 1, 2; Horticulture 
Show 1, 2 

Future Plans: Golf Course Superintend- 
ent 

Favorite Saying: "Yea! That will be a 
cold day in July!" 
Favorite Pastime: Golf 



RALPH RUSSELL ROMKEY 
"Romp" Auburn, Mass. 

Major: Food Management 
Placement: Worcester Hahnemann Hos- 
pital, Worcester, Mass. 
Activities: Stewards Club 1, 2; Dorm 
Basketball 1, 2; Float Committee 1 
Future Plans: Food Manager 
Favorite Saying: "Hey babie how's it 
going?" 

Favorite Pastime: Sleeping 



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JAMES O. ROBERTSON 
"Robbie" Canton, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Poland's Jersey Farm, Ath- 
ens, Maine 

Activities: Dairy Technology Club 1; 
Animal Science Club 2; Little Interna- 
tional 2; Dairy Classic 2 
Future Plans: Work 
Favorite Pastime: Mechanics 





H. DIXON ROGERS 
"Dick" Vineyard Haven, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: George Grove's Nursery, 
Vineyard Haven, Mass. 
Activities: Land Op. Club 1, 2; Horti- 
culture Show 1, 2 

Future Plans: To own my own nursery 
business 

Favorite Saying: "But on tropical 
Martha's Vineyard" 
Favorite Pastime: Guns and Hunting 




CURTIS ODE RICE 

"Curt" Pembroke, Mass? 

Major: Dairy Technology 
Placement: Westwood, Mass., for Fed. 
eral Milk Market Administration Labi 
oratory 

Activities: Dairy Technology Club 1, 2i 

Interdorm Basketball 1 

Future Plans: Possibly more school or 

work F.M.M.A.L. 

Favorite Saying: "And there I was" 

Favorite Pastime: Going to dances uji 

town 



SALLY ANN ROONEY 
"Sal" Wellesley, Masss 

Major: Food Management 
Placement: Howard Johnson's, Concordi 
Mass. 

Activities: Stewards Club 1, 2; Ski Cluti 
1; Dorm Treasurer 2 
Future Plans: Not definite 
Favorite Pastime: Working, Dancingi) 
Swimming, Skiing 





JOHN A. ROSATO 

Meatball" Somerville, Mass. 

lajor: Dairy Technology 

lacement: Hoods Milk, Boston, Mass. 

[ctivities: Hockey 1, 2; Dairy Tech- 

ology Club 1, 2 

uture Plans: U.S. Army & work as a 

)airy Technician 

avorite Saying: "Majka don't break 

lem" 

avorite Pastime; Reading, Sports 



EDWARD D. SHEARER 

Ed" Northfield, Mass. " 

[ajor: Animal Science 

lacement: R-JET Farm, Northfield, 

[ass. 

ctivities: Little International 2; Dairy 

lassie 2 

ature Plans: Partnership on Home 

irm 

avorite Saying: "Who, me?" 

ivorite Pastime: Hunting 




RICHARD A. SALVE 
"Dick" Seekonk, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Home Farm 
Activities: University 4-H Club 1, 2; 
Dorm Intermurals 1; Animal Science 
Club 2; Little International 2; Dairy 
Classic 2 

Future Plans: Further education 
Favorite Saying: "Censored" 
Favorite Pastime: Wine, Women, Song 




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JOHN F. SCHMIDT 
"Fred" Pikesville, Maryland 

Major: Arboriculture 
Placement: A & A Tree Expert Com- 
pany, Pikesville, Maryland 
Activities: Arboriculture Club 1, 2, Sec- 
retary-Treasurer 1, 2; Horticulture Show 
1, 2; Counselor 2; Gryphon Society 2 
Future Plans: District Manager of a 
branch office in Washington, D.C. 
Favorite Saying: "C'mon you guys, 
we've got to study" 

Favorite Pastime: Hunting and taking 
trips to Maryland 




DAVID E. SAGER 

"Jingle's" Tewksbury, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Tewksbury State Hospital, 
Tewksbury, Mass. 

Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Dairy Technology Club 1; Dorm Bas- 
ketball Team 1, 2; Dorm Football Team 
1; Float Committee; Little International 
2; Dairy Classic 2 

Future Plans: Service, own my own 
farm 

Favorite Saying: "Wap-a-ho" 
Favorite Pastime: Writing to Joyce 



MICHAEL V, SIKORA, JR. 
"Valentine" Chicopee, Mass. 

Major: Forestry 

Placement: Mount Toby Demonstration 
Forest, Sunderland, Mass. 
Activities: Stoso Club 1, 2; Forestry 
Club 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Hort Show 
1, 2; Intramural Football, 1 
Future Plans: Transfer to U. of Mass. 
Favorite Saying: "One of you guys com- 
ing with me?" 

Favorite Pastime: Sports, T.V. 




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JOHN T. SPANG 
"Spark" Belmont, Mass. 

Major; Forestry 

Placement: Shoshone National Forest, 
Cody, Wyoming 

Activities: Forestry Club 1, 2; Newman 
Club 1, 2; Horticulture Show 1, 2 
Future Plans: Further education 
Favorite Saying: "Culture has come to 
301" 
Favorite Pastime: Electronics 



STEPHEN R. SMITH 
"Smitty" Falmouth, Me. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Smith Nursery, Falmouth, 
Me. 

Activities: Land. Op. Club 1, 2; Horti- 
culture Show 1, 2 
Future Plans: Home Business 
Favorite Saying: "I'll never tell" 
Favorite Pastime: Watching my little 
trees grow 



STEVENS 

Beverly, Mass. 



Bev- 



ARTHUR W 

"Art- 
Major: Floriculture 
Placement: Ward Brothers FloristS; 
erly, Mass. 

Activities: Floriculture Club 1, 2; Hor 
ticulture Show 1, 2 
Future Plans: Florist Business 
Favorite Saying: "Never Again!" 
Favorite Pastime: Drinking 






GERALD M. SOUCY 

"Jerry" Lynn, Massi 

Major: Dairy Technology 

Placement: Sealtest Ice Cream, Law» 

rence, Mass. 

Activities: Alpha Tau Gamma 1, 22 

Dairy Technology Club 1, 2; Fraternitii 

Steward Club 2 

Future Plans: Further education 

Favorite Saying: "How's it going?" 

Favorite Pastime: Sleeping 



DAVID C. STIMSON 
"Curt" Manchester, Conn 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Manchester Country Club 
Manchester, Conn. 
Activities: Turf Club 1, 2; Horticultuti 
Show 1, 2 
Future Plans: Golf Course Superintena 
ent 

Favorite Saying: "Pack a lunch" 
Favorite Pastime: Girls 



JAMES A. SPERANDIO 
"Jimmy" Concord, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Rumaway Brook Country 
Club, Clinton, Mass. 
Activities: Turf Club 1, 2; Horticulture 
Show 1, 2; Football 1 
Future Plans: Construction Business 
Favorite Saying: "Don't worry about it" 
Favorite Pastime: Hunting 




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THOMAS A. STONE 
rom" Westboro, Mass, 

[ajor: Animal Science 
lacement: Home Farm 
ctivities: Shorthorn 1, 2; Co-Editor 1 
Jitor 2; Animal Science Club 1, 2 
ewman Club 1, 2; Senate-Treas. 2 
orm Counselor 2; Stoso 2; Little Inter 
itional 2; Dairy Classic 2 
jture Plans: "Run a farm of my own' 
ivorite Saying "Let's go eat" 



RICHARD TOLMAN 
)ick" Westboro, Mass. 

ajor: Floriculture 

acement: The Green Thumb, West- 
)ro, Mass. 

ctivities: Floriculture Club 1, 2, Treas. 
Ski Club 1, 2; Horticulture Show 1, 

iture Plans: To be a grower and start 

s own business 

ivorite Saying; "You uncoordinated so 

id so" 

ivorite Pastime; Skiing, Ping pong, 

Dol, Driving 




GEORGE B. THOMPSON 
"Fast George" Pittsfield, Mass. 

Major Turf Management 
Placement: Ravisloe C.C., Chicago, 111. 
Activities: Turf Management Club 1, 2, 
Treas. 1, Sec. 2; Horticulture Show 1, 
2; Newman Club 2 

Future Plans: Golf Course Superintend- 
ent 

Favorite Saying: "Are you out of your 
mind.'" 

Favorite Pastime; Golf and Hunting 




ROBERT EDWARD TILDEN 

"Til" Cohasset, Mass. 

Major; Food Distribution 
Placement: A & P, Cohasset, Mass. 
Activities: Newman Club 1, 2; Inter- 
mural Sports 1, 2; Food Distribution 
Club 1, 2; Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2 
Future Plans; Buying or selling meat 
products 

Favorite Saying: "Wait a minute" 
Favorite Pastime; Sleeping 




JAMES H. SULLIVAN 
"Sully" Hull, Mass. 

Major: Wood Products 
Placement: Barnstable County Supply 
Co., W. Barnstable, Mass. 
Activities: Forestry Club 1, 2; Intra- 
murals 1, 2; Horticulture Show 1, 2 
Future Plans: Further education 
Favorite Saying: "Keep in touch — If I 
don't see ya, swell!" 
Favorite Pastime: Not talking when 
everyone else is and trying to teach the 
Animal Science boys how to milk a 
wooden cow 



MICHAEL A. TOMASZEWSKI 
"Mike" Easthampton, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Northampton State Hospital, 
Northampton, Mass. 
Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Dairy Technology Club 1; Shorthorn 1, 
2; Little International 2; Dairy Classic 
2 

Future Plans; Further education 
Favorite Saying: "Who's going to clean 
my car?" 

Favorite Pastime: Cuban situation 




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ROBERT A. TOUPIN 

"Bob" Spencer, Mass. 

Major: Food Management 
Placement: Toupin's Food Shop, Worces- 
ter, Mass. 

Activities: Stewards Club 1, 2 
Future Plans: Restaurant Management 
Favorite Saying: "Woo" 
Favorite Pastime: Water & Snow Skiing 



DAVID E. VIBBER 
"Dave" Southbridge, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Mt. Pleasant C.C, Bolyston, 
Mass. 

Activities: Turf Club 1, 2; Dairy Club 
1; Animal Science Club 1; Horticulture 
Show 1 

Future Plans: Golf Course Superintend- 
ent 
Favorite Pastime: Driving. 




WILLIAM A. VANDERBECK 
"Willie" Bergenfield, N.J. 

Major: Aboriculture 
Placement: Talini Tree Service, Bergen- 
field, N. J. 

Activities: Arbor Club 1, 2; Alpha Tau 
Gamma 1, 2; Pledgemaster 2; Class 
Treasurer 2; Stoso 2; Student Senate 2 
Future Plans: Possibly start my own 
business 

Favorite Saying: "Keito's at 11 guys?" 
Favorite Pastime: Having a coke and 
oversleeping 




RICHARD M. VAN DYKE 
"Dick" Evanston, 111. 

Major: Food Management 
Placement: Chushing Terrace, West 
Chatham, Mass. 

Activities: Stewards Club 1, President 2; 
Stockbridge Senate President 2 
Future Plans: Become manager of a 
hotel 

Favorite Saying: "Pack a lunch" 
Favorite Pastime: Reading 




DAVE J. TOWNLEY 

"Smokey" Wilmington, Masii 

Major; Forestry 

Placement: Minavests District, Sieric 
National Forest, North Fork, Calif. 
Activities: Forestry Club 1, 2; Horticuu 
ture Show 1, 2 

Future Plans: Further education 
Favorite Saying: "Hustle you guys!" 
Favorite Pastime: Walking in the wooo 



V. KIRK WEBB 
"Kirk" Cincinnatti, Ohl 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Mount Airy Forest Arbcx 
etum, Cincinnati, Ohio 
Activities: Land Op. Club 1, 2; Hon 
culture Show 1, 2; Basketball Manager 1 
Future Plans: Home Business 
Favorite Saying: "Knowledge and ha 
piness are man's greatest virtues" 
Favorite Pastime: Buying and sellii 
antique cars 



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ALFRED C. WEBER 
A. C. Weber, Civil Engineer" 

Brookline, Mass. 
lajor Floriculture 

lacement: Flowers Inc., Brookline, 
lass. 

[ctivities: Floriculture Club 1, 2, Secre- 
iry 2; Shorthorn 1, 2, Corresponding 
ecretary 1, Business Manager 2; Hor- 
culture Show 1, 2; Stosag 2 
uture Plans: Owning own flower shop 
avorite Saying: "It's stagnant!" 
avorite Pastime; Mocking Randy 



RUDOLPH A. WESTNER 
R.udy" New Bedford, Mass. 

fajor: Turf Management 
lacement: Reservation Golf Club, Mat- 
ipoisett, Mass. 

[ctivities: Turf Club 1, 2; Horticulture 
how 1, 2; Newman Club 1, 2 
uture Plans: Superintendent at Reser- 
ation Golf Club 
avorite Saying: "Wonderful" 
avorite Pastime: Golf 




RICHARD W. WEHREN 
"Wooster" Gardner, Mass. 

Major: Forestry 

Placement: Sierra National Forest, Min- 
arets Ranger Station, North Fork, Calif. 
Activities: Forestry Club 1, 2, Sec. 2; 
Intermural Bowling 1, 2; Stosag 2; 
Horticulture Show 1, 2; Rifle Team.l, 
2, Sec.-Treas. 2; Stoso 1, 2 
Future Plans: Further education 
Favorite Saying: "How much do you 
want to bet?" 

Favorite Pastime: Bowling, Fishing, 
Hunting and Playing Cards 




RICHARD A. WELLS 
"Dick" Cummington, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Sozer Clark's Farm, Cum- 
mington, Mass. 

Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Student Senate 2; Little International 2; 
Dairy Classic 2 

Future Plans: Work for a feed company 
Favorite Saying: "I guess" 
Favorite Pastime: Staying Home 




WARREN A. WEED, JR. 
"Hopper" Danvers, Mass. 

Major: Forestry 

Placement: Ant Flat Ranger Station, 
Fortine, Mont. 

Activities: Rifle Team 1, 2; Forestry 
Club 1, 2; Horticulture Show 1, 2; 
Loggers Jamboree 2 
Future Plans: Further education 
Favorite Saying: "Well, it's just about 
that time" 
Favorite Pastime: Music, Bowling 



VICTORIA E. WHEELER 
"Vickie" Northampton. Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Home 

Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Dairy Technology Club 1; Floriculture 
Club 1; Equestrian Club 2; University 
4-H Club 2; Cheerleaders 2; Stosag 2; 
Little International 2; Dairy Classic 2 
Future Plans: To have a home 
Favorite Saying: "Oh, Bugger off!" 
Favorite Pastime: Horse-back riding 




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DONALD C. WILBER 

"Alfalfa" West Medway, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Old Fields Farm, Sherborn, 
Mass. 

Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Dorm Softball Team I; Little Interna- 
tional 2; Dairy Classic 2 
Future Plans: Have my own small farm 
Favorite Saying: "Peace!" 
Favorite Pastime; Walking and Whis- 
tling 



LAURENCE E. WOLANIN 
"Larry" Chicopee Falls, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Chriscola Farm Eq., Aga- 
wam, Mass. 

Activities: Little International 2; Dairy 
Classic 2 

Favorite Saying: "Just wait" 
Favorite Pastime: Hunting and Judy 




EDWARD H. WILEY 
"Ed" Lynnfield, Mass. 

Major: Food Management 
Placement: Putnam Pantry Candies & 
Ice Cream, Danvers, Mass. 
Activities: Stewards Club 1, Vice Presi- 
dent 2; University Concert Band 1 
Future Plans: Owner of own business 
Favorite Saying: "What do you say. 
Chief) " 

Favorite Pastime: Eating, Dancing, Mak- 
ing Ice Carvings for a reasonable profit 





A. EDWIN WILCZYNSKI 
"Ed" South Deerfield, Massi! 

Major: Turf 
Placement: Indian Ridge Country Club,fc 
Andover, Mass. 
Activities: Turf Club 1, 2; Horticultural 
Show 1, 2 

Future Plans: Golf Course Superintend-! 
ent 



RUSSELL WOOD 
"Russ" Upton, Mass! 

Major: Floriculture 

Placement: Sunnyslope Gardens, Westi 
boro, Mass. 
Activities: Floriculture Club 1, 2; Alphai 
Tau Gamma 1, 2; Horticulture Show \. 
2 

Future Plans: None 
Favorite Saying: "What the heck" 
Favorite Pastime: Riding around 



ROBERT W. WILSON 
"Wil" Somerset, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: William H. Wilson's Farm, 
Somerset, Mass. 

Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Poultry Club 1, 2; Dairy Technology 
Club 1, 2; Little International 2; Dairy 
Classic 2 

Future Plans: Further education 
Favorite Saying: "Hide the hot-plate, 
here comes the Faculty Resident" 
Favorite Pastime: Keep the beer cold 




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EDWARD J. ZENISKY, JR. 
"Snooze" West Springfield, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Huntington Crescent Club, 
Huntington, Long Island 

Activities: Turf Club 1, 2; Horticulture 
Sfiow 1, 2 

Future Plans: Golf Course Superintend- 
ent 

Favorite Saying: "Where are we going 
now?" 

Favorite Pastime: Golf and Parties 



CAMERA SHY 



James E. Bogart 
John M. Dailey 
Donald K. Faron 
Anthony J. Gentile 
John K. Hajjar 
William K. Hajjar 



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CAMERA SHY 

Brian J. Hanlon 
Edward T. Kennedy 
James E. Mitchell 
John G. Perkins 
Chauncey R. Phipps 
James J. Reidy 
John F. Serleto 
William G. Tremblay 
John F. Wagner 



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SUMMER PLACEMENT 

All Stockbridge Students are required to complete three to five months (depend- 
ing on major) of summer placement. This addition of practical experience in the field 
to academic studies in residence aids in the training of well rounded graduates. Fol- 
lowing are some employe quotes ( supplied by Director Jeffrey ) . 

Lewis H. Howes, Animal Science: "This report makes Lewis look superior." 

Robert A. Johnson, Animal Science: "Many nights he worked very late in order 
to get the hay in — never a complaint." 

J. Fred Schmidt, Arboriculture: "Mr. Schmidt, in our opinion, has excellent po- 
tential in this field." 

Leo F. Cormier, Dairy Technology: "His work this summer was very satisfactory. 
We would hire him again." 

L. Stephen Hutchinson, Dairy Technology: "The kind of a man a business would 
like to employ." 

Charles E. Naff, Floriculture: "This boy has much in his favor. He should be en- 
couraged to earn his B.S. and then go on for graduate work. We would enjoy 
having him with us." 

Alfred C. Weber, Floriculture: "He has a responsible position as designer manager 
awaiting him." 

William G. Tremblay, Food Distribution: "He is the best — sorry I couldn't give 
him more training." 

Edmund L. Ciampolillo, Food Management: "An exceptionally fine worker, fast, 
quick thinking, and reliable." 

Ralph R. Romkey, Food Management: "We found Mr. Romkey to be an exception- 
ally fine young man, and feel that he would be an asset to any organization." 

David J. Townley, Vocational Forestry: "This man has real potential for future 
administrative positions." 

Raymond F. Lubelczyk, Wood Products: "Mr. Lubelczyk is a fine, intelligent young 
man." 

George W. Hannum, Landscape Operations: "George shows real promise of being 
able to hold a responsible position in the landscape industry." 

James F. Gilligan, Jr., Turf Management: "I would recommend him for any golf 
course position available — matter of fact I have asked Jim to return next season 
as my assistant." 



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FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS 




Left to Right: Daniel J. McCarthy, President; Anthony Divver, Vice President; James Berks, 
Treasurer. Absent, Lila Jarkko, Secretary. 



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First Row, left to right; M. Fowles; E. Mullens; D. Poland; 
M. Pereillo. Second Row: L. Howes; J. Phipps; V. 
Wheeler; N. Howes; S. Hummel; V. Coleman; D. Kelso; 
T. Fitzgerald; R. Salve. Third Row: J. Wolanin; R. Ives; 
J. Robertson; R. Johnson; J. Curtis; M. Tomaszewski; J. 



Pepper; H. Fredericks; H. Pickard; E. Shearer; T. Stone. 
Fourth Row: J. Manning, D. Sager; R. Wells; C. Elwell; 
R. Wilson; J. Howes; R. Johnson; G. Littlejohn; D. Wil- 
ber. 



SENIORS 



ANIMAL SCIENCE 



FRESHMEN 




First Row, left to right; W. Jordan; T. Southmayd; J. 
Saliba; R. Gilmore; E. Ide; E. Atwell. Second Row: E. 
Perdomo; R. Barry; L. Jarkko; V. Meyer; B. Ham; S. 
Brennen; S. Jenkins; B. Cail; A. Waehler. Third Row: W. 
Harriman; R. Daigneault; J. Prentice; M. SoUitto; B. 



Deinlein; D. Gilday; J. Flanagan; H. Anderson; A. Mc- 
Groary; A. Blackmer; J. Wagner. 

Fourth Row: C. Lubekzyk; E. Johnson; L. Rotti; R. John- 
son; J. MaGill; R. Buckley; A. LeBlanc; K. Hughes; D. 
Adams; T. Foss. 



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First Row, left to right: M. Langone; E. Ciampolillo; R. 
Morris; E. Wiley; S. Rooney; R. Van Dyke; L. Lemoine; 
A. Bergin. Second Row: R. Mederios; J. Arno; R. Coch- 



rane; G. Hilton; E. McDonough; R. Brissette; R. Romkey; 
R. Toupin; R. Lanzaratto; D. Madder. 



SENIORS 



FOOD MANAGEMENT 



FRESHMEN 




First Row, left to right: J. Bernard; J. Dimork; L. Jeffrey; 
S. Elmont. Second Row: R. Felton; S. Roche; S. Pecha; R. 
Reidy; P. Kayne; D. Greenstein; R. Lavoie; J. Halunen. 



Third Row: R. Mayo; A. Manjourides; W. Foster; P. 
Small; A. Dangel; C. Huckins; F. Lattuca; L. Cronin; R. 
Tessier; P. Christo; D. Septelka. 



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First Row, left to right; K. Webb; J. Huse; D. Morin; R. 
Jewell; H. Chakiris. Second Row: D. Noyes; E. Depoto; 



A. Gentile; G. Hannum; D. Billings; R. Golen; J. George; 
S. Smith. 



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SENIORS 



LANDSCAPE OPERATIONS 



FRESHMEN 




First Row, left to right: B. Miller; A. Divver; J. Berks; 
A. Cyr. Second Row; W. Fornaro; P. Shea; R. Robbins; 



J. Barrett; R. Delmonico; W. Mathews; P. Smerczymski; 
A. Martin. 



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First Row, left to tight: S. Hutchinson; L. Cotmiet; C. 
Hatris; J. Rosato. Second Row: J. Soucy; D. MuUins; R. 



Cailin; D. Majka; J. Dailey; J. Perkins; C. Rice; J. Hart. 



SENIORS 



DAIRY TECHNOLOGY 



FRESHMEN 



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First Row. left to right; J. Cummings; S. Quinn; G. Con- ley; S. Kimball, 

verse. Second Row: R. Blakeslee; P. Johnston; R. Calver- 



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First Row, left to right; J. Secleto; D. Stimpson; J. Gilli- 
gan; E. Kennedy; E. Fufaro; E. Wilczynski; D. Vibber; 
J. Sperandio; W. Church. Second Row: D. Lumsden; W. 



Handrich; D. Quast; E. Zensky; R. Phipps; G. Thompson; 
K. Kelliher; R. Westner; J. Westner; J. Cipriano; B. 
Hanlon; A. Kruches; J. Merski. 



SENIORS 



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TURF MAINTENANCE 



FRESHMEN 




First Row, left to right: A. Wilson; J. Macdonald; A. 
Lapham; J. Martin; D. McCarthy; J. Cronin; J. Traynor; 
D. Sandin; L. Mailloux; R. Chalifour; C. Amorim. Sec- 
ond Row: D. Daigle; J. Rocha; B. Byers; R. Anderson; 
C. Chase; P. Begley; W. Jefferson; F. Scheyhing; B. 



Haworth; G. Machado P. Lucas W. Zoppo; P. Scott; Mark 
Kaplow; D. Discenza. Third Row: R. Sears, D. Hickey; S. 
Zoldak; G. Gorton; J. Madden; A. Mackintosh; A. Mor- 
iarity; R. Caffey; G. Peters; R. Gonyea; M. Haskell. 



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First Row, left to right: W. Tremblay; J. Finks; R. Fer- 
rucci. Second Row: R. Tilden; R. Dumas; J. Finkle; J. 



Fallon; S. Bellistri. 



FOOD DISTRIBUTION SENIORS 



FOOD DISTRIBUTION FRESHMEN 



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First Row, left to right; T. Kelly; J. Riordan; T. Burke; 
V. Hardenbrooke. Second Row: R. Buchanan; S. Joyce; 



C. Kiones; D. Hunter. 



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First Row, left to right; B. AUard; W. Vanderbeck; F. 
Schmidt; T. Duffy; J. Darling. Second Row: R. Dow; J. 



Wagner; C. Newhook; R. Mullane; E. Sheehan. 



ARBORICULTURE SENIORS 



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ARBORICULTURE AND PARK MANAGEMENT FRESHMEN 




First Row, left to right: B. Barnes; K. Behrenelt; F. Pat- 
terson; M. Moriarty; E. Burke; W. Lyford; C. Lonczak; L. 
Dupray; W. SaviUe. Second Row: W. Pratt; R. DeCilio; 
C. Johnson; J. Kostas; P. Herald; J. Frado; N. Hayes; E. 
Wilbur; H. Spencer; R. Mott; B. O'Brien. Third Row: G. 
Olson; F. Buch; D. Jaukawski; R. Creaser; M. Newmoire; 



R. Swanson; R. Yelle; J. Kruglewicz; P. Flynn; J. Kar- 
bott; E. Poor. Fourth Row: B. Simmons; C. Frank; P. 
Hollis; R. Fisher; R. Crapo; A. Manthorne; E. Rizzoto; 
W. Remes; D. McDowell; D. Loranger; M. VonVillas; 
R. Mente; J. O'Neil. 



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First Row, left to right; N. Bergeron; R. Karchenes; A. 
Weber; D. Filkins; D. Pearl; P. Allessio; R. Wood; J. 
French. Second Row: C. Barosso; R. Leibro; J. Culter; B. 



Hanelt; C. McColough; T. Holm; C. Naff; G. Law; D. 
Tolman. 



SENIORS 



FLORICULTURE 



FRESHMEN 




First Row, left to right; P. Heindrich; R. MacKenzie; M. 
Davis; F. Mazza; J. Rabinouitz; P. Domina; R. Churchhill; 
P. Lewis; F. Poitras. Second Row: R. Nihan; A, Wood- 



bury; A. Bakker; R. Laprinsk; R. Hersey; D. Silva; C. 
Waelde; N. Lisk; B. Buckley; V. Norrman. 



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WOOD PRODUCTS SENIORS 



Left to right: R. Lubelczyk; J. Sullivan 



VOCATIONAL FORESTRY SENIORS 




First Row, left to right: D. Perrin; C. Black; C. Miraglia; 
R. Wehren; D. Hall; D. Faron. Second Row: H. Purdy; 



A. Peura; W. Weed; D. Townley; J. Spang; J. Flynn; M. 
Sikora; J. Bogart; S. Baclawski. 



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First Row, left to right: R. Charlton; B. Dosher; J. Proud- 
man; J. Mitchell; S. Pyenson. Second Row: A. Ben David; 



R. Berlo; R. Perry; T. Merikanto; J. Austin; W. West; 
P. McClain; J. Hearn. 



POULTRY CLUB & MAJORS 



POULTRY SCIENCE CLUB 



During 1962-63 the Poultry Science Club oper- 
ated under the leadership of Steven Pyenson as Pres- 
ident, John Proudman as Secretary-Treasurer, and 
Robert T. Smith as Faculty Advisor. 

The initial meeting was a coflFee hour held at 
the Farley 4-H Club House, which gave the new 
members an opportunity to meet informally, with 
the poultry faculty. 



The purposes of the organization are associated 
with people of similar interests and opportunities 
to listen to ideas and advice on items of currenr 
interests in the total field of Poultry Science. 

Highlights of the year's activities were movies 
on various phases of agriculture, a lecture by Mr. 
Roger Chouinard of the Veterinary Science Depart- 
ment, and the traditional Poultry Club Banquet. 



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STOSAG 




First Row, left to right: B. Pickard; J. Phipps; V. Coleman; R. Wehren. Second Row: A. 
Weber; R. Medeiros; G. Law; C. McCoIough; D. Pearl; F. P. Jeffery. 



THE YEARBOOK COMMITTEE WAS MADE UP OF MOSTLY SENIORS. 
THROUGH THE EFFORTS OF JOAN PHIPPS, EDITOR; LILA JARKO, ASSIST- 
ANT EDITOR; VALERIE COLEMAN, BUSINESS MANAGER; DARLENE FIL- 
KINS, SECRETARY; AND THE REST OF THE MEMBERS, THE YEARBOOK 
TURNED OUT TO BE A SUCCESS. WE WOULD LIKE TO EXPRESS OUR 
THANKS TO DEAN JEFFREY, OUR ADVISOR, WHO SPENT MUCH TIME 
WITH US. 




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STOSO 




First Row, left to right: S. Pyenson; A. Divver; J. Berks; 
D. Kelso; L. Howes. Second Row; J. French; R. Morris; 
J. Phipps; W. Vanderbeck; M. Sikora; R. Wehren. Third 



Row: T. Stone; J. Fallon; J. Proudman; R. Dumas; R. Van 
Dyke; D. McCarthy; C. Naff; R. Medeiros. 



Stoso, the Stockbridge service organization, was 
founded in 1962 with the aim of promoting the wel- 
fare of the school and at the same time working 
to attain good relations with the University students 
in the College of Agriculture. 
The charter members of Stoso are: 

1st. Rone R. Medeiros 

2nd. William Cronin 

3rd. Douglas Robertson 

4th. Wayne Osborne 

5th. Kenneth Stiles 



Along with the charter members were Dean Jef- 
frey, and Professor Robert Bruce who helped in 
organizing Stoso. 

Membership in Stoso is open to candidates in 
each of the major courses of study in Stockbridge. 
The officers of Stoso for 1962-63 are: 
President — Robert Dumas 
Vice President — James Gilligan 
Secretary — Charles Naff 
Treasurer — ^John Fallon 
Advisor: — Mr. Robert Bruce. 




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SENATE 




Stockbridge Student Senate 



First Row, left to right: J. Berks; V. Coleman; R. MuUane 
R. Medeiros; J. Phipps; R. Van Dyke; T. Stone; S. Elmont 
C. Miraglia. Second Row: S. Pyenson; P. Shea; D. Hall 



H. Pickard; E. Wiley; R. Dumas; J. Proudman; W. Van- 
derbeck; D. Kelso; R. Wells; L. Howes; R. Karchenes; A. 
Divver; R. Blakeslee; D. McCarthy. 



The Stockbridge Student Senate of 1962 — 1963 
had a very successful year due to the fact that it was 
made up of freshmen students with a great interest 
in the Stockbridge School of Agriculture. 

With this and their combined cooperation the 
year held many a vigorous debate, and the formation 
of many committees. 

The Sno-Ball Dance, February 9, was a color- 
ful and exciting event for many due to the hard 
work and careful planning of the Senate's commit- 



The Progress Banquet, March 4, was a great 
success. It was a breathtaking time for all as trophies 
and awards were given out. Everyone enjoyed their 
plentiful meal of chicken. 

With the large number of freshmen in the 
Senate this year it is hoped that the good works 
this year will be carried on in the year to come. 

The Senate wishes to thank Dr. Fox, their ad- 
visor, and its members for their cooperation through- 
out the year. 




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JUDICIARY 




Stockbridge Student Judiciary 
First Row, left to right; S. Elmont; A. Divver. Second Row; H. Pickard; V. Coleman; R. Mullane. 



The Judiciary for the 1962-63 term did a 
commendable job of trying cases involving infrac- 
tions of the Stockbridge rules. Robert Mulane was 
elected Chief Justice, Valerie Coleman and Hobart 
Pickard served as Senior Justices. 



Seven candidates were nominated for the three 
freshmen Justice positions. Elected as Justices were 
Stephen Elmont and Anthony Divver. Fred McClure 
was chosen as the alternate member and also served 
as Sargent-at-Arms at the Senate meetings. 





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Al "Weber 



Al Cyr 




Mike Tomaszewski 



Thomas Stoma 



SHORTHORN STAFF 




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 during the school 
year. 

The 1962-1963 officers are: 

Editor Thomas Stone 

Co-Editor Al Cyr 

Business Manager Al Weber 

Faculty Advisor Mr. Jeffrey 



EDITOR AND STAFF 
Left to right : T. Stone; A. Cyr; A. Weber. 



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LANDSCAPE OPERATIONS CLUB 




First Row, left to tight: W. Fornatd; B. Millet; R. Del- 
monico; A. Martin; H. Chakiiis; P. Smerczymski. Second 
Row; A. Cyr; J. Berks; A. Divver; P. Shea; K. Webb; D. 



Morin; E. Depoto. Third Row: R. Jewell; S. Smith; W. 
Mathews; J. George; J. Huse; A. Gentile; D. Billings; 
G. Hannum; J. Barrett; R. Golen; R. Robbins; D. Noyes. 



The Landscape Operations Club is an organiza- 
tion devoted to a better understanding of the prin- 
ciples and problems in the landscape field. The meet- 
ings were held the second and fourth week of each 
month in Wilder Hall. Mr. Procopio has been the 
advisor to the club. 

A number of guest speakers are invited to dis- 
cuss the different aspects of landscaping with the 
students. Whatever the future jobs of the club mem- 



bers, the club presents an opportunity for the stu- 
dents to obtain some knowledge of the different jobs 

that the landscaping field provides. 
The officers are: 
President Jim Huse 

V. President Paul Shea 

Secretary Donald Morin 

Treasurer Stephen Smith 



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STEWARDS CLUB 




First Row, left to right: R. VanDyke; R. Felton; S. El- 
mont; J. Bernard; D. Greenstein; L. Jeffrey; D. Septelka; 
R. Medeiros. Second Row: S. Roche; R. Reidy; S. Percha; 
E. Wiley; S. Roomey; P. Kaye; L. Lemoine; R. Morris; 
R. Lanzaratto; D. Madden. Third Row: R. Dangel; E. 



Ciampolillo; R. Cochrane; G. Hilton; G. McDonough; R. 
Brissette; R. Romkey; R. Toupin; A. Begin; J. Halunen; 
C. Huckins. Furth Row: M. Langone; R. Mayo; J. Dimock; 
A. Manjourides; J. Arno; P. Small; F. Lattuca; N. Lavoie; 
L. Cronin; P. Christo; W. Foster. 



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 organizations 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 Technologists'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 further employment. 

The Stewards, however, do not devote all their 
time to work, two big events consisted of a Christ- 
mas Party and a picnic and dinner dance.. 



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FORESTRY CLUB 




First Row, left to right: H. Purdy, R. Porter; S. Baclawski. 
Second Row: D. Perrin; C. Black; C. Miraglia; R. Wehren; 
D. Hall; D. Faron. Third Row: R. Lubelczyk; A. Peura; 



D. Townley; W. Weed; J. Hynn; J. Spang; M. Sikora; 
J. Bogart; J. Sullivan. 



The Forestry Club is an organization for for- 
estry majors and any other interested student and 
faculty. The main purposses of the club are to bring 
before its members, speakers with subjects that are 
not discussed in the classroom and to instill a feeling 



of comradeship between foresters and members. In 
addition to this, the club holds several social events 
including a hayride, a banquet for the members, and 
a Logger's Day. 







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DAIRY TECHNOLOGY CLUB 




The Dairy Technology Club met the first and 
third Wednesday of each month. The club is com- 
posed of Dairy Technology and Animal Science 
majors from the Stockbridge School and the Uni- 
versity. 

The club was presented with many interesting 
movies and speakers on such topics chat would help 
members in later life in the dairy industry. 

One of the outstanding highlights of the year 



was the new club emblem. This was designed by 
Robert Catling, a Dairy Technology senior, of The 
Stockbridge School. 



The officers are: 
President 
V. President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Advisor 



Joseph Hart 
Robert Carling 
Lila Jarkko 
James Cummings 
Professor David Evens 



MEMBERS OF CLUB 

S. Hutchinson; S. Quinn; G. Converse; G. Soucy; J. Perkins; J. Rosato; J. Cumming; J. Hart; 
R. Carlin; C. Harris; R. Blakeslee; L. Cormier. D. Mullins; J. Dailey; P. Johnson; D. Calverley; 
S. Kimball; C. Rice; D. Majka. 



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TURF MANAGEMENT CLUB 




First Row, left to right: A. Moriarty; R. Sears; R. Coffey; 
R. Gonyea; B. Byers; D. Discewza; L. Mailloux; G. Gorton. 
Second Row: J. Martin; A. Lapham; J. Rocha; M. Haskell; 
J. Cronin; D. Sandin; G. Peters; R. Chalifour; C. Amorin, 
Third Row: A. Wilson; J. Seilete; D. Stimson; D. Mc- 
Carthy; G. Thompson; J. Gilligan; J. Traynor; E. Wilczy- 
nski; D. Vibber; J. Sperandio; W. Church; D. Daigle. 



Fourth Row: M. Kaplow; J. Macdonald; P. Scott; W. 
Zoppo; P. Lucas; D. Lumsden; E. Zenisky; B. Haworth; 
F. Scheyhing; W. Jefferson; P. Begley; C. Chase; R. An- 
derson; D. Hickey. Fifth Row: J. Merski; E. Kennedy; E. 
Fufaro; W. Handrich; D. Quast; R. Phipps; G. Machado; 
K. Kelliher; R. Vestner; J. Cipriano; B. Hanlon; A. 
Kruckas; A. Mackintosh; J. Madden; S. Zoldak. 



The Turf Management Club is devoted to fur- 
thering the knowledge of those interested in Turf 
as a career. Active members are all undergraduate 
students majoring in Turf Management. 

Meetinges are held bi-monthly. Speakers at 
these meetings are men associated with various as- 
pects of Turf. Their talks are based on their own 
experiences and management practices which they 
have used with success. 



This club provides the student with a well 
rounded curriculum, it gives them an idea of the 
practical view of Turf Management in conjunction 
with the technical view learned in the classroom. 
The 1962-63 officers are: 
President James Gilligan 

Vice President D. Jeremiah McCarthy 

Secretary George Thompson 

Treasurer John Traynor 



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Floriculture Club 




First Row, left to right: A. MacKenzie; P. Heinrich; A. 
Woodbury; R. Wood; F. Poitras; R. Churchill; P. Lewis. 
Second Row : N. Bergeron; A. Weber; R. Karchenes; F. 
Mazza; D. Filkins; J. Rabinovitz; P. Domina; D. Tolman; 
C. Naff; C. McColough. Third Row; R. Leibro; C. Barosso; 



J. Cutler; B. Hanelt; D. Silvia; T. Holm; D. Pearl; B. 
Buckley; V. Norrman; J. French. Fourth Row: R. Nihan; 
A. Bakker; M. Davis; R. Hersey; R. Lapinski; N. Lisk; C. 
Waelde; G. Law; P. Allessio. 



The Floriculture Club was started in 1915 and 
has been one of the most active clubs on our cam- 
pus. The club was organized to promote and ad- 
vance interest in the floriculture industry. Mr. George 
Goddard is club advisor and is supported by the 
rest of the university's Floriculture staff, all of whom 
show an active interest in the club. Supported by 
both Stockbridge and university students, this year 
the club has an active membership of about forty. 

Officers are as follows: 

President Charles McColough 



Vice-President Charles Naff 

Treasurer Richard Tolman 

Secretary Alfred Weber 

Members, as in previous years, have had a great 
deal to do with the success of the Horticulture Show, 
and were in charge of make up of arrangements and 
sales for the Floriculture Store. 

This year, for the first time, the club made cor- 
sages for the Winter Carnival Weekend. It was a 
total success and a credit to all. 





Arboriculture and Park Management Club 




First Row, left to right: K. Behrendt; B. Barnes; W. Lyford; F. 
Patterson; N. Hyes; P. Herald; C. Lonczak; W. Saville. Second 
Row: B. DeCilio; B. Johnson; M. Moriarity; E. Burke; J. Kostas; 
J. Frado; E. Wilbur; H. Spencer; R. Mott; L. Dupray; J. O'Neil. 
Third Row: J. Wagner; R. Dow; A. AUard; W. Vanderbeck; 
J. Schmidt; T. Duffy; J. Darling; R. Mullane; C. Newhook; E. 



Sheehan; G. Franchesci. Fourth Row: W. Pratt; G. Olson; F. 
Buch; R. Creaser; D. Jarkawski; M. Neurnaire; R. Swanson; R. 
Yelle; J. Kruglewicz; P. Flynn; J. Karbott; E. Poor; B. O'Brien. 
Fifth Row: B. Simmons; C. Frank; P. Mollis; R. Fisher; R. Crapo; 
A. Manthorne; E. Rizzotto; W. Remes; D. McDowell; D. Loran- 
ger; M. VonVillas; R. Mente. 




To Start the ball rolling at the beginning of this year a contest 
was held between the Senior and Freshmen class. This contest con- 
sisted of events in "tree climbing", "rope throwing", "foot locking"; 
and "cross-cut sawing". Although the Senior class was greatly out- 
numbered; their determination and togetherness enabled them to 
overcome this handicap and easily win the contest. 

Meetings were held on the fourth Thursday of each month, led 
by President, Thomas Duffy; Secretary-Treasurer, John Schmidt; and 
Advisor, Professor Gorden S. King. These meetings were supple- 
mented with guest speakers who helped to provide us with a broader 
background in the fields of Arboriculture and Park Management. 

For the first time in 12 years Prof. King lost a bet to the Senior 
class and this bet was paid off by him with pie ala mode and coffee 
at the University Faculty Club. Because of this and many other pleas- 
ant experiences over these 2 years, we feel our class will always be 
remembered by him. 

The clubs activities were high-lighted by a party sponsored by 
the Freshmen class at the end of the year. 



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FOOD DISTRIBUTION CLUB 




First Row, left to right; T. Kelly; J. Riordan; T. Burke; R. 
Buchanan. Second Row: J. Finks; W. Tremblay; R. Dumas; 
R. Femicci; J. Fallon. Third Row; V. Hardenbrook; C. 



Koines; S. Joyce; J. Finkle; D. Hunter; R. Tilden; S. Bel- 
listri. 



The school year 1962-63 was the fourth year 
for Food Distribution at Stockbridge. The main ob- 
jective of the club was to build a better relationship 
between the club members and the industry. Our 
business meetings were held on the first and third 
Tuesday of every month followed by a guest speaker 
from the industry or a film. 



The 1962-63 officers 
President 
V. President 
Secretary -Treasurer 
Advisors 



are: 

Harvey Issenberg 

Robert Dumas 

John Fallon 

Dr. Theodore Leeds and 

Prof. Donald Marion 



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ANIMAL HUSBANDRY CLUB 




First Row, left to right: R. Johnson; M. Sollitto; B. Deinlein; 
E. Ide; H. Anderson; E, Atwell; J. Magiel; R. Buckley. Second 
Row: E. Perdomo; J. Prentice; W. Jordan; W. Harriman; E. 
Johnson; K. Hughes; J. Saliba; T. Southmayd; R. Gilmore; B. 
Call; J. Nourse; S. Norcross. Third Row: L. Jarkko; V. Meyer; 
B. Harri; V. Wheeler; N. Howes; S. Hummel; V. Coleman; S. 
Brennan; S. Jenkins; J. Phipps; D. Kelso; T. Fitzgerald; R. Salve. 



Fourth Row: R. Barry; D. Gilday; L. Rotti; R. Johson; R. John- 
son; J. Curtis; M. Tomazewski; Mr. Bruce; J. Pepper; H. Fred- 
ericks; C. Lubelczyk; D. Adams; J. Flanagan; A. McGroary; A. 
Blackman; J. Wagner; H. Pickard. Fifth Row: M. Fowles; E. 
Mullens; L. Howes; J. Manning; D. Sagor; R. Wells; C. Elwell; 
R. Wilson; J. Howes; R. Johnson; G. Littlejohn; D. Wilber; T. 
Stone; T. Foss. 



The Animal Husbandry Club is an organization 
whose main purpose is to promote the improvement 
and increase the interest among students of Animal 
Science. The club is composed of Stockbridge and Uni- 
versity Students and is open to active members who are 
interested in the field of Animal Science. 

Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of 
each month and are highlighted by speakers discussing 
different phases of Agriculture. Professor Robert Bruce, 



club officers, and club members plan the programs con- 
sisting of movies, guest speakers and entertainment. 

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

The 1962-1963 Officers: President— William 
Graves, Vice President — Donald Kelso, Secretary — Mrs. 
Louise Wells, Treasurer — Lewis Howes. 





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HORICULTURE 



(FRUITS AND VEGETABLES) 




R. Elwell; F. Carlson; D. Darling 



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HORTICULTURE SHOW 



This year was the fiftieth anniversary of the Horticultural Show at the University 
of Massachusetts commemorating one hundred years of horticulture. 

The Cage was transformed into a fabulous display of individual gardens and tables 
of beautiful flower arrangements. 

The center of attraction was a large Bell Tower surrounded by a colorful mural with 
a large exotic arrangement at the side. 

The show was attended by 15,000 visitors, making it a tremendous success. This of 
course could not have been possible without the enthusiastic spirit of all the students 
who particif)ated. 



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SNOW BALL DANCE 




The 1963 SnoBall Dance was held in the spacious and beautifully decorated ballroom 
of the Student Union. Everyone enjoyed themselves to the fullest, dancing to the music 
of Jimmy Martin and his Orchestra. 

After the Grand March the evening was highlighted with the crowning of the Queen 
and her court. A special event of the evening was an accordion player, Lewis Howes, 
who played a few pieces during the half. 

As the dance drew to a close the couples left into the clear night with the music 
and joy still dancing within themselves. 





Smile for Mr. Herman 



Honored Guests 





The Queen and her court 



The Queen 




Gosh darn it, there's nothing added 




and here he is that fabulous, that 



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PROGRESS BANQUET 



"It looks like a night club." "Is this really the Student Union." 
These are but a few of the remarks heard at the ninth annual Progress Banquet, 
March 4, 1963. 

The ballroom was gayly decorated with several floral arrangements, round tables, dim 
lights, candelabra and exotic dinner music. 

The Student Union Catering Services under much pressure prepared and served a 
meal which the likeness they have never seen. Much thanks is to go to Mrs. Narnatonis 
and her staff. 

Traditionally Dean Jeffrey announced the members of Lear. Twenty-seven members 
of the senior class were proud to share these honors. Freshmen who made the deans 
list were honored for their academic achievements. 
Athletic awards were presented to: 

Michael Langone Soccer's Most Valuable Player 

Charles Mariglia Rifle's Most Valuable Player 

James Gilligan Basketball's Most Valuable Player 

Stoso highlighted a good portion of the evening's festivities. The new Freshmen mem- 
bership to Stoso was announced and each new member received his pin. This year for 
the first time Stoso introduced two new awards. The Outstanding Senior Award, and 
the Outstanding Professor Awajrd. The recipient of these awards were: 

Rone R. Medeiros Outstanding Senior 

Gordon S. King Outstanding Professor 

Miss Joan Phipps, editor of Stosag made the dedication of the 1963 Stosag. This 
year's book was dedicated to Mr. Robert Bruce of the Animal Science Department. 
An enjoyable evening was certainly had, as it proved beyond the expectations of all. 

Progress Banquet 



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Mr. Robert Bruce presenting Rone Medeiros Most 
Outstanding Stoso Member Award 




Stoso advisor, Mr. Robert Bruce, receiving award from 
Stoso President, Dumas 






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Bring on the food 



Freshmen members of Stoso 



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LITTLE 
INTERNATIONAL 



SHOW A SUCCESS! 




The 23rd Little International was held on March 16, 1963. 
The show consists of the showing of beef, sheep, swine, and horses. 
The purpose of the show is to acquaint the students with the general knowledge of 
the time, effort, and technique needed to fit an animal for showing. 

The students spent a tremendous amount of time and effort in fitting and training 
their animals in preparation for the show. 

The judge's placings on show day are based on 50% showmanship and 50% on 
fitting of the animal. 

Top Honors of the show were taken as follows: 

Premier Showman Donald Kelso 

Reserve Premier Showman Leonard Candon 

Honorable Mention Meryl Fowles 



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MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS 




Michael Langone receiving the Most Valuable 
Soccer Players trophy from Coach Kosakowski 



James Gilligan receiving the Most Valuable 
Basketball Players trophy from Coach Berquist 




Charles Miraglia receiving the Most Valuable Shot 
on the Rifle Team from Colonel Marchant 




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COACHES 




Soccer Coach, Steve Kosakowski, 
being presented a gift by Miraglia 



Basketball Coach, Richard Berquist, 
being presented a gift by Gilligan 




Rifle Team Coach, Colonel Marchant, 
being presented a gift by Mitchell 




SOCCER 



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First Row, left to right: J. Paulkruglewizc, C. Haskell, J. McCarthy, T. Gentile, J. Barrett, W. 
Mathews, F. Buck, C. Frank, T. Divver, J. Gilligan, M. Langone. Second Row, left to right: M. 
Pereillo, B. Charlton, B. Johnson, S. Quinn, J. Burke, R. Perry, E. Rizzotto, A. Cyr, P. Silva, E. 
Fufaro; Coach Kosakowski. Missing: G. Law. 



Stockbridge started its first season of soccer this year with marked success. With 
Coach Steve Kosakowski showing us the basic fundamentals we learned fast and showed 
great team effort. This year's Freshmen will make next year's team even better. 

We would like to thank Coach Steve Kosakowski for his help and patience with us 
this year. Because of his leadership and great effort Mike Langone was awarded Most 
Valuable Player Trophy. 



Oct. 



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Stockbridge 


opponents 


2 


Hopkins 


Home 


1 


2 


6 


Mt. Hermon 


Home 





2 


11 


UMass Frosh 


Home 





2 


16 


Smith Academy 


Home 





4 


19 


UMass J.V. 


Home 


1 


4 


22 


Deerfield Academy 


Away 


1 


1 


25 


UMass J.V. 


Home 





3 


29 


Monson 


Home 





2 


31 


UMass Frosh 


Home 





1 



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and there they go! 



Scramble for the ball 





One two three kick 



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First Row, left to right: McCarthy, Machado, Sikora, Gilligan, Pearl, Halunen. Second 
Row: Charlton, Barrett, Silvia, Mayo, Quinn. Third Row: Law, Mailloux, Merikanto, 
O'Neil, Coach Berquist. 



BASKETBALL 

After a slow start Stockbridge won their last five games in a row, which showed a 
great team effort and promise of a better season next year. The great effort done in 
leading the team by Captain Jim Gilligan showed why he was chosen the Most Valu- 
able Player. A team supper was held at the Grist Mill in which the University Fresh- 
men Coach, John Leaman, was guest. The team at this time elected captains Jerry 
McCarthy and John Halunen for next year's team. 

The team wishes to thank Coach Richard Berquist who gave his help in showing 
them the basic fundamentals in good team work. 



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McCarthy fights for the ball 





BASKETBALL 






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Worcester Junior 


80 


Stockbridge 




55 


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Windsor Mountain 


51 


Stockbridge 




48 


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Northampton Commercial 


80 


Stockbridge 




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A 


Becker Junior 


83 


Stockbridge 




59 


A 


Holyoke Junior 


81 


Stockbridge 




63 


A 


Mt. Hermon 


33 


Stockbridge 




31 


A 


Stockbridge 


64 


Winchendon 




61 


H 


Worcester Junior 


90 


Stockbridge 




50 


A 


Mt. Hermon 


57 


Stockbridge 




52 


H 


Becker Junior 


82 


Stockbridge 




56 


H 


Stockbridge 


2 


Nathaniel Hawthorne 





H 


Stockbridge 


74 


Northampton 


Commercial 


60 


H 


Stockbridge 


78 


Holyoke Junior 


58 


H 


Stockbridge 


65 


Winchendon 




55 


A 


Stockbridge 


82 


Northampton 


Commercial 


74 


H 




H Home Games 










A Away 


Games 









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McCarthy blocks his man 



Joe shoots 





2 more points for Bob 



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First Row, left to right: J. Rocha, H. Anderson, C. Lourgny, R. Hersey. Second Row, left to right: 
L. Pyenson, R. Wehren, W. Weed, C. Miraglia, R. Billings. Third Row, left to right: R. Porter, 
C. Frank, R. Yelle, Col. Marchant. Missing from picture: J. Mitchell, J. Proudraan. 



RIFLE TEAM 



1962-1963 is the 5 th year for the Rifle Team, These first five years have been very 
successful thanks to the fine coaching of Colonel John Marchant. The boys have a great 
admiration for Col. Marchant and it shows in their fine team eflforts. 

The Team Officers this year were: President, Charles Miraglia; Vice-President, Steven 
Pyenson; Secretary-Treasurer, Richard Wehren; Executive Officer, Warren Weed, Jr.; 
Team Captain, James Mitchell. 

The boys have 16 matches this year with 2 remaining to shoot. The totals so far 
stand at 8 wins, 4 losses, with 3 postal matches unconfirmed. The big one which 
remains is a shoulder-to-shoulder with Dartmouth. The boys are really looking forward 
to this one, it may, once again, give them a successful year against the ivy-league 
contingent. 

A top score of 1362 was short this year, showing the best team effort so far. This 
we know is a show of better things to come. 

Good luck, boys. 



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COLONEL JOHN MARCHANT 
RIFLE TEAM COACH 



POSTAL MATCHES 



STOCKBRIDGE 


DATE 




OPPONENTS 


1329 


Oct. 27 


Colorado School of Mines 


forfeit 


1313 


Nov. 17 


Alliance College, Penn. 


1354 


1356 


Dec. 15 


New York State U. Agr. & Tech. Inst. 


1258 


1338 


Feb. 2 


Nasson College, Maine 


1382 


1355 


Feb. 9 


King's College, Penn. 


1272 


1311 


Feb. 16 


Citrus College, Cal. 


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1348 


Feb. 23 


Kenyon College, Ohio 


1325 


1348 


Feb. 23 


Tulane Univ., La. 


* 


1362 


Mar. 9 


North Dakota State Univ. 


* 


Shoulder-to-Shoulder Matches 






1321 


Dec. 1 


Yale Freshman at Amherst 


forfeit 


1339 


Dec. 15 


Northeastern Freshman at Boston 


1380 


1345 


Feb. 5 


U. of Mass. Freshman at Amherst 


forfeit 


1339 


Feb. 16 


Harvard Freshman at Amherst 


1296 


1344 


Feb. 26 


U. of Mass. Army R.O.T.C. 


1374 


1328 


Mar. 2 


Boston College Freshman at Chestnut Hil 


I 1276 




Apr. 6 


Dartmouth Freshman at Amherst 





Tournament 

April National Intercollegiate Sectional at Providence, R. I. 

*no scores available. 



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All right you guys 



Hey, no lying down on 
the job! 



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What ya shootin' Steve, Chickens??!! 







102 




BtbiOi^'' 



A hot blast in the OLD dorm tonight 




Hail to the Irish! 



Get the hell out of here — 



DORM LIFE 



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Let me go to sleep, will ya? 



Dreamy Eyes! 



Take Saminex tonight! 



104 



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Oh man, I'm tired 



Mad mans world — 



Bad news! 




Baby, it's cold in here! 



No, no, it really isn't 



Studious? Take another look. 




Cuba si, UMass no 



Don't smoke in bed! 



Mmmmmmmm m! 






105 




Oh, Mother 



CAMPUS LIFE 




Does a chicken know if it is going to be killed??' 



Be different 



Twistin' the night away 



106 



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"We must move on with great vigor" 



Jumpin' Jive 




Have an El Producto? 



11^"^. -''' lllllMII ■ III1III 

Hey now, wait a minute fellers! 



This is a pretty good set up! 




Crazy Otto 



107 





George Thempson 



Rone Medeiros 




Don Noyes 





Sam Bellistri 



Tom Duffy 



COUNSELORS 




Fred Schmidt 
108 



MIDDLESEX 

A 

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BERKSHIRE 




First Row, left to right: J. Proudman; R. Karchenes; R. Cochrane; J. Darling; R. Dumas; R. 
MuUane; W. Vanderbeck. Second Row: S. Hutchinson; J. Finks; J. Wagner; B. Doscher; J. 
Mitchell; A. Gentile; K. Webb; J. Reidy; R. Wood; G. Soucy. 



ALPHA TAU GAMMA 



ALPHA TAU GAMMA fraternity was founded at 
the University of Massachusetts in 1919. We are the 
only fraternity founded by and exclusively for Stock- 
bridge School of Agriculture Students. We are proud 
that we have been the closest tie between the 2 year 
students and the 4 year students at the University. 

The Brohters of A.T.G. have made long strides in the 
past years. With a membership of only 40 we have 
done fairly well in competition with the larger houses. 
Even though we didn't win a prize this year we were 



very proud of our Statue of Liberty snow sculpture 
which gained much recognition in many newspapers, 
not only for the house but the Stockbridge School. 

Socially, the green and gold has shown itself to be 
a true social fraternity with our frequent parties and 
exchange suppers. The highlight of the year was our 
Pledge Formal held on March l6th at the Chateau 
Harmony. We had the biggest turnout of Alumni ever. 

With our Alumni rejuvenated there is much to ex- 
pect in the years ahead. 

Robert MuUane, 
President 



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Compliments of TURF 



THE MEN FROM SUNDERLAND GROVE 



Jim, Ed, Doc? 



Guest- 
Thompson 



Jim G. 

Captain of 1st Team 


George 

Definitely in Love 


Doc 

It only costs a few extra dollars 
to go first class 


Fuf 

Black Balled in Holyoke 


Tony 

Let's go to Mike's 


Chip and Rudy 

See you in Flori 


Dave V. 

^^2 What did I tell you? 


Dave L. 

I bet I can drink three of them 



Wap 



The Bush Pheasant 



Chauncy 



Wap, would you? 



Danny 



Dat's awl she wrote 



John 



Have another one Bill 



Diamond Jim 
The Snipe Hunter 



Bill Handrick 

I got to go home and milk 

Bill Church 

How's Trix? 



Snooze 

You're Alright! 



Dave S. 

Did you see that? 



Jim S. 

Chauffeur for the 8:00 AM express 



Ed 



4.0, that's good enough 



Ken 



We paid for these classes, I'm staying 



Briam (Cassius) 

I'm changing my major to Posies 



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Flori 



Compliments of 

The Lobster Claw 

Where all the Flori seniors meet! 



Compliments of 

Karchene's Greenhouse 

disbudded Miniature Carnations 
our Specialty 

Shorthorn 
Compliments of 

Stone and Weber Typewriters 

We have a full line of them. 
Typewriters are our specialty. 



The coffee man 

John Arno 

The only one 

Sally Rooney 

Jane McCollough's "C" 

Mike Langone 

The man behind the beard 

Dick Cochrane 

The fireman 

Gene McDonough 

Mr, Prisconette 

Dick VanDyke 

How about a tunafish steak? 

^^^ George Hilton 



Compliments of 

The R. Walker Wood School 
of Floral Design 

Asst. Designer: Charles Naff 

King's Raiders- 
Arbor and Park 



FAMOUS QUOTES 

N.G.C. famous fudge factor 

think big 

be m^y guest 

the Colonel 

Skyhook 

Mike's got a new sport Jacket 

Parrot, Parrot 
What is this, a coloring course? 



Compliments of Animal Science 



Howes, Howes, and Howes 

The 4.0 Boys 


C B. 

The greatest cattlemen of them all 
B.S. 


Curtis 

Chairman of the Herdbook room 


Vic and Val 

Another night at the horse barn?! 


Select Group 

!.et's go visit the haunted house again!? 


Sager 

Have you found your own girl yet? 


Taj 

The smiling Irishman 


Pepper 

Stop picking on Joan 



Joan S. Phipps 



Cars customized by CRASH 




Pete Denton 

The only man that roomed with C.B. 
for one year and survived 

Alfalfa 

speedy Wilber 

Wolanin and Kelso 

Round 2 

Denton and Curtis 

Noise Makers for all occasions 



Lila 

Buffalo Gal 



Rick Johnson 

Don't sweat it! 



Manning 
Late again 



George 

How's Little John? 



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Meryl 



specializes in? 

What was the name of that breed? 



Wilson 

Have glasses, will travel 

Bananna 

You're nuts 



Kelso 

Premier Showman 
in and out of the classroom 



Dick Ives I 

Wrestling matches at North Parking Lot 



Dick Salve 

Apartment 

Girls wanted 



Stan and Moons 

Let's have a party 



FREE VOICE LESSONS 



see ADAMS 



Bob Johnson 

Blushing Bobby 




Class of 64 

Smarten up 


Down by the sugar house 

See Wellsie! 


"Ole Coot" 


The limiting factor 

"Marriage" 


Mr. Bruce 

^^^ Rules and Regulations 
Ad Lib! 


Weeks 

Hi ya We'es! 

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Tom F. 

Tom S. 
Stan N. 
John N. 



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Dick was first, who's next? 



Bac T - 

Where goes the Army 
So goes the ! 



Ethyl and Gertie 

Marriage Counselors 



Nick 

Hey Nick, Want another screw-driver? 



Flush 3 times 

It's a long way 
to the Commons 




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N.-. 



Brad 



This is an Economic loss! 



Foley's 
Maj or Mimeos 



If you need a date, 

see Hobart 



Dairy Tech 



The udder boys 



Crumbling Cinderblocks 



Your home away from home 



Compliments from Land Operations 



Chad 

I can afford it, Reggie's paying half. 

Dick J. 

Why study now, We'll have at least fifteen 
minutes before the test. 

Jack 

Where's my pill box? 

Jim G. 

Hey, you got a cigarette.'' 

"Sliike" 

Hey D, whatta we got? AW c'mon D, what 
did I do to you? 

Jeff H. 

November's a good month for propagation. 

Don N. 

We don't need that 

Pat M. 

This year I finally made it to Wattham. 

Kirk W. 

If at first you don't succeed, 
try, try, try, try, .... 

Abie 

All I want is out. 

Tony G. 

Who's going home? 

Peaches 

Peaches are generally self -fruitful. 

Land Op. 

The results of trial and ERROR! 



Dixon 

Holly? The imitation stuff is better. 

Dick G. 

Graduate Horticulturist 



Skiing Cowboy 

Does Daddy own a used car lot or something? 

E. J. D. 

Listen boy, and I mean BOY! 



Dick B. 

Dick and his Brooks House Harem 

Frank A. 

Them dogs ain't traillin' to good t'night. 



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Jim H. 

I'm not that hard to live with, am I? 



Tewksy 

For two cents I'd go up to Francestown! 

Don M. 

I told you I didn't study, I only got a 98. 



Bob M. 

Why talk? I'm saving my wind for the sax. 

CoL Caven 

Where did I put that last tank? It was here a 
minute ago. 

Doc Wheeler 

Drop that spray gun! 



Buzz 

If he don't come in ten munutes I'm 



leaving. ■ 



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