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1964 



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DEDICATED 
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Alan Parker Turtle 
Assistant Professor of Horticulture 



During the fall of 1930 an addition was made to the staff of the Department of 
Horticulture. This man originally graduated from Massachusetts Agricultural College 
and had just obtained his M.S. from Pennsylvania State University. He has grown to 
be an important part of the University and Stockbridge, not important administratively, 
but for his contributions to the students who have had the good fortune to encounter 
him in his thirty four years here. His contributions have not been limited to classroom 
relationships; he has worked with 4-H Clubs, F.F.A. groups, and Boy Scout movements. 
Active in athletics during college this man has maintained his interest in sports, as assist- 
ant coach when Stockbridge had a varsity football team and now as an official at University 
field and track events. Presently he is advisor to both the Stockbridge Student Senate and 
Alpha Phi Omega, the service fraternity. We could go on extolling this man's virtues 
but this is unnecessary because of his deeds for which he is well known. The class of 
1964 is honored to dedicate the 46th edition of the Stockbridge School yearbook, the 
STOSAG, to Mr. Alden P. Turtle, Assistant Professor of Horticulture. He will be missed 
by us when we have gone. We hope this yearbook is soniewhat worthy of what he has 
given us. 





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COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 

INSTRUCTION - RESEARCH - EXTENSION 

Stockbridge School of Agriculture 



ASSOCIATE DEAN AND DIRECTOR 




Administration 
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President of the University, John W. 
Lederle, has often spoken of the Stock- 
bridge School's part in the total Uni- 
versity program and the way in which 
its graduates have distinguished them- 
selves. He has played an important 
part in having our school's graduates 
receive the Associate's Degree in Agri- 
culture. 

It is hoped that under his leadership 
the relationship between Stockbridge 
School and the University will remain 
as fruitful as it has in the past. 



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Arless A. Spiehnan, Dean and 
Director of the College of Agricul- 
ture, is a national leader in the 
agricultural field. Though he is 
seldom in personal contact with the 
Stockbridge student, our school's 
program has been greatly enriched 
by his association, an association 
which we are proud to have. 




DIRECTOR of the Stockbridge School, 
Fred P. Jeffrey is personally known by 
each and everyone of us. He has played 
an important part in giving us the ap- 
propriate portions of theoretical and 
practical experience which bring us 
academic excellence in our own special- 
ized professions. 

It is his personal interest and keen 
understanding which makes him stand 
foremost in our mind. 

The Stockbridge School's continued 
growth and development under Mr. 
Jeffrey's able leadership will broaden 
our School's outstanding record of lead- 
ership in business, industry and agri- 
culture. 




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A warm and friendly smile, always able to 
find time for the individual, this describes 
William F. Field, University Dean of Students. 
He has earned many lasting friendships with 
Stockbridge students. 




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Herschel G. Abbott 

Associate Professor of Forestry 

and Wildlife Management — 

M.F. 





James Anderson 

Instructor of Horticulture- 
M.S. 



Ellsworth W. Bell 

Extension Professor of 

Agricultural Economics— 

M.S. 





David Bischoff 

Associate Professor of Physical 
Education — Ph.D. 



John Blackmore 

Head of Department of 

Agricultural and Food 

Economics — Ph.D. 






Alfred W. Boicourt 

Professor Program Leader, 

Coordinator in 

Floriculture — M.S. 



Robert B. Bruce 

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



Ernest M. Buck 

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



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James W. Callahan 

Assistant Professor of 

Agricultural and Food 

Economics — M.S. 



A. Donald Caven. 

Assistant Professor of 

Landscape Architecture- 

M.L.A. 



William G. Colby 

Professor of Agronomy and 
Head of Department — Ph.D 




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William H. Collins 

Assistant Professor, Research, 

Agricultural Engineering — 

M.S. 




Gladys M. Cook 

Associate Professor of Home 

Economics — M.S. 






John W. Denison 

Instructor in Poultry 
Science — B.S. 



Marion S. DuBois 
Instructor in English — B.A. 



William B. Esselen 

Commonwealth Head of 

Department of Food Science 

and Technology — Ph.D. 



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David A. Evans 

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



Richard C. Foley 

Professor of Dairy and 
Animal Science — Ph.D. 



Thomas S. Foster 

Instuctor, Research Forestry 

and Wildlife Mangement — 

M.S. 





Thomas W. Fox 

Professor of Poultry Science 

and Head of Department — 

Ph.D. 



George B. Goddard 

Assistant Professor of 
Horticulture — Ph.D. 






Frederick Greeley 

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



Robert M. Grover 

Assistant Extension Professor 
of Poultry Science — M.S. 



Tom S. Hamilton, Jr. 

Assistant Professor of 

Landscape Architecture— 

M.S. 



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Denzel J. Hankinson 

Professor of Dairy and 

Animal Science and Head 

of Department — Ph.D. 



John F. Hanson 

Associate Professor of 

Entomology and Plant 

Pathology— Ph.D. 



Kirby M. Hayes 

Extension Professor of Food 

Science and Technology — 

M.S. 



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Robert B. Hoadley 

Assistant Professor of Forestry 

and Wildlife Mangement — 

Ph.D. 



Ward M. Hunting 

Assistant Professor of Food 

Science and Technology — 

Ph.D. 




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Randolph A. Jester 

Assistant Professor of 
Horticulture — M.S. 



Ernest A. Johnson 

Assistant Professor of 

Agricultural Engineering — 

M.S. 



Gordon S. King 

Professor of Entomology and 

Plant Pathology — M.S. 



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Robert W. Kleis 

Professor of Agricultural 

Engineering and Head of 

Department — Ph.D. 



Stephen R. Kosakowski 

Athletic Coach, School of 
Physical Education 



Deane Lee 

Assistant Professor of 

Agricultural and Food 

Economics — M.S. 





Theodore W. Leed 

Extension Professor of 

Agricultural and Food 

Economics — Ph.D. 



Arthur S. Levine 
Professor of Food Science 
and Technology — Ph.D. 






John H. Lilly 

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



Donald R. Marion 

Assistant Professor 

Agricultural and Food 

Economics — M.S. 



Donald N. Maynard 

Assistant Professor, Research, 

Horticulture— Ph.D. 



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Jane F. McCullough 

Assistant Professor of Home 

Economics — M.S. 



William J. Mellen 

Professor, Research, Poultry 
Science — Ph.D. 



Louis F. Mickelson 

Assistant Professor of 
Agronomy — Ph .D. 






Raymond H. Otto 

Professor of Landscape 

Architecture and Head 

of Department — M.L.A. 



Edward S. Pira 

Assistant Professor of 

Agricultural Engineering — 

M.S. 



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Frank E. Potter 
Associate Professor of Dairy 
and Animal Science — Ph.D. 



Paul N. Procopio 

Professor of Landscape 
Architecture — M.S. 



Edith Reinisch 

Instructor in Bacteriology- 
M.S. 



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Russell E. Smith 

Professor of Veterinary 
Science — V.M.D. 



Robert J. Smyth, Jr. 

Professor, Research, Poultry 
Science — Ph.D. 



Franklin W. Southwick 

Professor of Horticulture 

and Head of Department — 

Ph.D. 





Richard A. Southwick 

Assistant Professor of 
Agronomy — M.S. 



Herbert G. Spindler 

Assistant Professor 

Agricultural and 

Food Economics — M B S 






Richard L. Stromgren 

Instructor in Speech — M.A. 



Harvey L. Sweetman 

Professor of Entomology and 
Plant Pathology— Ph.D. 



Joseph Troll 

Assistant Professor of 
Agronomy — M.S. 



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Alden P. Tuttle 

Assistant Professor of 
Horticulture — M.S. 




Donald V. P. Waddington 

Instructor in Agronomy — 
M.S. 




Walter D. Weeks 

Associate Professor, Research, 
Horticulture — Ph.D. 





Ellsworth H. Wheeler 

Professor of Entomology and 
Plant Pathology— Ph.D. 



Earle Whitney 

Instructure of Lanscape 
Architecture — B.S. 







Karol S. Wisnieski 

ssistant Professor of Public 
Health— M.P.H. 



Albert L. Wrisley, Jr. 

Assistant Professor of Food 

Science and Technology — B.S. 



John M. Zak 

Assistant Professor of 
Agronomy — M.S. 



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Professor Michelson 
and Dean Jeffrey 




Professor Potrer 




Professor Fox and 
President Lederle 




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Professor Goddard 




Coach Kosakowski 




Professor Johnson 




Gil Gianetti, the man with the green thumb. 




Professor Bruce 



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"The real difference between men is 
energy. A strong will, a settled purpose, and 
invincible determination can accomplish al- 
most anything." 

Fuller 




Seniors 



SENIOR 

CLASS 

OFFICERS 




John Traynor 
President 




Anthony Divver 
Vice-President 




Vincent Norrman 
Treasurer 




Lila Jarkko 
Secretary 



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DAVID ADAMS 
172 Millbury St. Grafton, Mass 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Elmrock Farm, Grafton, 
Mass. 
A.ctivities: Animal Science Club 1, 2 



WALTER ROGER ANAIR 
56 Morse Ave. Ware, Mass. 

Major: Wood Products 
Placement: Kelly Hardwood Corp., Pitts- 
leld, Mass. 

Activities: Newman Club 1; Forestry 
:iub 1, 2 




JEFFREY KENT AMIDON 
West St., Petersham, Mass. 

Major: Wood Products 
Placement: Aruthr F. Tayler Co., Athol, 
Mass. 

Activities: Forestry Club 1,2; Interdorm 
Sports 1, 2; Football, basketball, baseball 




HAROLD ANDERSON 

263 River St. West Bridgewater, Mass. 
Major: Animal Science 

Placement: Arthur F. Tyler Co., Athol, 
ton, Mass, 

Activities: Stockbridge Rifle Team 1, 2; 
Animal Science Club 1, 2 




CHARLES WILLIAM AMORIM 

79 Elm St. North Easton, Mass. 

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

Activities: Turf Club 1, 2; Horticulture 
Show 1 



RICHARD PETER ANDERSON 
Harkney Hill Rd. Coventry, R. I. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Valley Country Club, West 
Warwick, R. I. 

Activities: Turf Club 1, 2 




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ERNEST W. BAILEY 
16 Pease Rd. East Longmeadow, Mass 
Major: Wood Products 
Placement: Nichols Farm, North Graf- 
ton, Mass. 
Activities: Forestry Club 1, 2 



JOHN E. AUSTIN 
508 Milk St. Fitchburg, Mass 

Major: Poultry Science 
Placement: Ed Palo's Poultry Farm, 
Fitchburg, Mass. 

Activities: Poultry Science Club 1, 2 
Secretary-Treasurer Scuba Club 1, 2 



JOHN A. BARRETT 
67 Fort Square Greenfield, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement : Stewarts Nursery and Garden 
Center, Montague, Mass. 
Anivities: Soccer 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; 
Landscape Operations Club 1, 2; Horti- 
culture Club 1; Student Senate 2; New- 
man Club 1; Stosag 2 






ALFRED BAKKER 

35 Thurston Ave. Whitinsville, Mass. 
Major: Floriculture 

Placement: Pine Grove Conservatories, 
Whitinsville, Mass. 

Aaivities: Stoso 1, 2; Shorthorn 2, Busi- 
ness Manager 2; Stosag 2; Floriculture 
Club 1, 2; Vice-president 2; Horticulture 
Show 1 



KURT WALTER BEHRENDT 
634 Norristown Rd. 

Maple Glen, Horsham Township, Penna. 
Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Asplundh Tree Expert Co., 
Fairway Farm Division, Bryn Athyn, 
Penna. 

Activities: Intramural Football 1; Dorm 
Treasurer 1; Arbor and Park Club 1, 2 



PETER BEGLEY 

88 Viaoria Rd. New Britain, Conn. 

Major: Turf Management 

Placement: Farmington Country Club, 

Framington, Conn. 

Activities: Turf Club 1, 2 



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JAMES NORMAN BERKS 
22 Sherman St. Canton, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Chase Estate, Canton, Mass. 
Activities: Senate 1; Land Op. Club 1, 2, 
Secretary 2; Stoso 1, 2; Stosag 2, Asst. 
Editor 2; Soccer 1, 2; Horticulture Show 
1; Class Treasurer 1; Shorthorn 2 



AUGUSTUS BEN DAVID II 
Vineyard Ave. Oak Bluffs, Mass. 

Major: Poultry Science 
Placement. Massachusetts State Lobster 
iHatchery, Martha's Vineyard Island 



ALFRED M. BLACKMER 
Fabyan, Conn. 
Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Home Farm 
\ctiivities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
lampus 4-H 1, 2; Square Dance Club 1 






JAMES E. BERNARD 
34 Cedar Court Dr. Bridgewater, Mass. 
Major: Hotel and Restaurant Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Colonial House of Pancakes 
Activities: Stewards Club 1, 2 



SARAH BRENNAN 
Whitney Rd. Oakham, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: E-Pete Farm, Eva Grimes, 
Oakham, Mass. 

Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Girls Rifle Team 1, 2 



ROBERT ROLAND BLAKESLEE 
432 South Branch Parkway 

Springfield, Mass. 
Major: Dairy Technology 
Placement: H. P. Hood & Sons, Spring- 
field, Mass. 

Activities: Dairy Club 1, 2; Stoso 2; Stu- 
dent Senate I; Hockey 2 




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T. MICHAEL BURKE 
38 Central St. Wakefield, Mass. 

Major: Food Management 
Placement: The Great A.&P. Tea Co., 
Hyannis, Mass. 

Activities: Food Distribution Club 1, 2; 
Student Senate 1; Soccer 1; Newman 
Club 1, 2 



ROBERT T. BURKINSHAW 
Depot Rd. North Hatfield, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Cochituate State Park, Co- 
chituate, Mass. 

Activities; Arbor Club 1, 2; Forestry 
Club 2; Horticulture Club 1 



ROBERT A. CHALIFOUR 
Stone Church Rd. Adamsville R. I. 

Major: Turf Management 

Placement: Tam O'Shanter Golf Club, 
BrookviUe N. Y. 
Activities: Turf Club 1, 2 






ALBERT BUCKLEY 
55 Cross St. Seekonk, Mass. 

Major: Floriculture 

Placement: Albert L. Lehan Wholesale 
Florist, Mansfield, Mass. 
Activities: Floriculture Club 1, 2, Trea- 
surer 2; Stosag 2, Treasurer 2; Stoso 1, 2; 
Horticulture Show 1 



WILLIAN BYERS 
1300 Walnut West Des Moines, Iowa 
Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Des Moines Golf & Country 
Club, West Des Moines, Iowa 
Activities: Turf Club 1, 2 



ROBERT DAVID CALVERLEY 
24 Pilgrim Way East Walpole, Mass. 
Major: Dairy Technology 
Placement: Eliot Creamery, Milton, 
Mass. 

Activities: Soccer 1; International Club 
1, 2; Stoso 1, 2, Treasurer 2; Dairy Club 
1, 2 



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ROBERT L. CHARLTON 
641 Summer St. Weymouth, Mass. 

Major: Poultry Science 
Placement: Grindle Poultry Farm, Wey- 
mouth, Mass. 

(Activities: Soccer 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; 
^Poultry Club 1, 2; Scuba Club 1, 2 



ROBERT F. COFFEY 

3876 Madison Ave. Bridgeport, Conn. 

Major: Turf Management 

iPIacement: Hillandale Country Club, 

[Trumbull, Conn. 

Activities: Turf Club 1, 2; Inter-Dorm 

Council 1, Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 

Football 1, 2 




RICHARD CHURCHILL 

23 Norcross Ter. Lynn, Mass. 

Major: Floriculture 

Placement: M. Huberman Inc. Whole- 
sale Florist, Saugus, Mass. 
Activities: Floriculture Club 1, 2; Horti- 
culture Club 1 




MATTHEW CONNOLLY 
2 Charles St. Norwood, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Ashland State Park, Ashland, 
Mass. 

Activities: Hockey 1, 2; Arbor and Park 
Club 1, 2 




ASHTON E. CLARK 
12 Green St. Stoneham, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Jaquith & Co., Woburn, 
Mass. 
Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2 



GARY D. CONVERSE 

143 Crane Hill Rd. 

North Wilbraham, Mass. 
Major: Dairy Technology 
Placement: H. P. Hood & Son, Agawam, 
Mass. 

Activities: Football 1; Stosag 2; Dairy 
Club 1, 2 




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WILLIAM T. CRONIN 
67 Hill St. Auburn, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: James P. Brown Grain Store 



ROGER CRAPO 

12 Everett St. Taunton, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Bartlett Tree Co. 
Activities: Arbor Club 1, 2 



ALBERT N. CYR 
5 Travers St. Gardner, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Four Ponds Nursery, Clinton, 
Mass. 

Activities: Soccer 1, 2; Shorthorn 1, 2, 
Co-Editor 1, Editor 2; Land. Op. Club 1, 
Treasurer 2; Stosag 2, Special Events 
Editor 2; Horticulture Show 1; Student 
Senate 2; Stoso 2; Newman Club 1 






JAMES W. GUMMING 
414 Cambridge St. Worcester, Mass. 

Major: Dairy Technology 
Fakement: Smithfield's Ice Cream Co. 
Activities: Dairy Club 1, 2, Treasurer 1; 
Stosag 2; Senate 2 



DONALD A. DAIGLE 
118 Pine St. Leicester, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Fairbrook Country Club, 
Holden, Mass. 
Activities: Turf Club 1, 2 



RAYMOND M. DAIGNEAULT 
Goshen Rd. Chicopee, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: University Farm, Amherst, 
Mass. 
Activities,: Animal Science Club 2 



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BRUCE DEINLEIN 
Lenox Rd. Richmond, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Green Meads Farm, Rich- 
mond, Mass. 
Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2 



MERRILL H. DAVIS 
Court Square Montague Center, Mass. 
Major: Floriculture 

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

Activities: Floriculture Club 1,2; Stosag 
2; Commuters Club 1, 2; Horticulture 
Show 1 



ANTHONY W. DIVVER 
1554 Beech St. Roslindale, Mass. 

JMajor: Landscape Operations 
iPlacement: Al Lapham, Industrial Land- 
jscape, Boston, Mass. , 
Activities: Soccer 1; Rifle 1; Land Op. 
IClub 1, 2, President 2; Class Officer 1, 2, 
I Vice-President; Judiciary 1, 2; Dorm 
President 1; Interdorm Council 1, Treas- 
urer 1; Stoso 1, 2; Student Senate 1, 2; 
Shorthorn 2, Sports Editor; Stosag 2, 
Sports Editor 






DAVID DISCENZA 

128 Lower Dix Ave. Glens Falls, N. Y. 

Major: Turf Management 

Placement: Wethersfield Country Club, 

Wethersfield, Conn. 

Activities: Turf Club 1, 2; Interdorm 

Council 1, 2 



STEPHEN E. ELMONT 
80 Toxteth St. Brookline, Mass. 

Major: Hotel and Restaurant Manage- 
ment 

Activities: Student Senate 1, 2, President 
2; Steward's Club 1, 2, President 2; Ju- 
dicary 1; Alpha Tau Gamma 1, 2, Trea- 
surer 2; Board of Governors R.S.O. 2; 
Stoso 1, 2 




LEONARD M. DUPRAY 
90 High St. Ipswich, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Amalia Tree Surgeons, Man- 
chester, Mass. 

Activities: Arbor and Park Club 1, 2; 
Hockey 2; Horticulture Show 1 




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ROBERT S. FISHER 
15 Philip St. Medfield, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement; The Frost and Higgins Co. 
Arlington, Mass. 

Activities: F.F.A. 1, 2, Arbor and Park 
Club 1, 2 



RICHARD W. FISCHER 
8 Sabra St. Cranston, R. I. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Sunnybrook Farm, North- 
ampton 

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



JOHN A. FLANAGAN 
15 Castle Hill Great Barrington, Mass. 
Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Hedgerows Farm 
Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2, 
Stoso, Dorm Football 






STANLEY M. FISHMAN 
19 Locust St. Lynn, Mass. 

Major: Poultry Science 
Activities: Poultry Club 



WILLIAM N. FORNARO 
318 Union St. Randolph, Mass;: 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Fornaro Tree and Landscape 
Service 

Activities: Landscape Operations Club 1, 
2, Horticulture Show 1, Newman Club 



PETER K. FLYNN 
89 Riverside Drive Northampton, Mass. 
Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 
Placement: D.A.R. State Park 



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JOHN J. FRADO Jr. 
209 Elm St. Somerset, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Kootenai National Forest, 
Fortine, Montana 

Activities: Arbor and Park Club 1, 2; 
Stoso 1, 2, President 2; Student Senate 1 



THOMAS WALKER FOSS Jr. 
22 Howard St. Holyoke, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Highlawn Farm, Lee, Mass. 
Activities: Soccer 1; U. of Mass. Boxing 
Tourney 1; Animal Science Club 1, 2 





CHARLES L. FRANK 
6 Watrous Lane Milford, Conn. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Coeur q'Alene, Idaho (For- 
est Service) 

Activities: Rifle Team 1, 2; Arbor and 
Park Club 1, 2; Soccer 1 



EDWARD J. GEARON 
206 Claflin St. Belmont, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Adams Nursery 
Activities: Land Op. Club 1, 2; Horti- 
:ulture Show 1 





RICHARD ERNEST GONYEA 
141 West Main St Millbury, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Piping Rock Country Club, 
Locust Valley, Long Island, N. Y. 
Activities: Turf Club 2; Horticulture 
Show 1 



GEORGE E. GORTON Jr. 

35 Main St. Easthampton, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Southampton Country Club, 
Southampton, Mass. 

Activities: Turf Club 1, 2; Horticulture 
Show 1 



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JAMES HAGERTY 
23 Stoddard St. Woburn, Mass. 

Major: Dairy Technology 
Placement: H.P. Hood & Sons Milk 
Plant, Boston, Mass. 
Activities: Senate 



DAVID GREENSTEIN 
222 Walnut Ave. Revere 151 Mass. 

Major: Hotel and Restaurant Manage- 
ment 
Placement: James P. Brown Grain Store 





JOHN S. HALUNEN 
North Dennis Rd., S. Yarmouth, Mass, 
Major: Hotel and Restaurant Manage- 
ment 

Placement: South Yarmouth Pan Cake 
Man 

Activities: Basketball 1, 2, Co-Captain 2 
Treasurer of U of Mass. Innkeepers 
Stewards Club 1, 2 



ELIZABETH LOUISE HAM 
West St. Amherst 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Fleetfoot Farm, Amherst, 
Mass. 

Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Equestrian Club 1, 2 




D. BRUCE HAWORTH 

56 Stockbridge Ave. Dalton, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 

Placement: Taconic Golf Course, Wil 
liamstown, Mass. 

Activities: Turf Club 1, 2; Horticultural 
Show 1 ; Inter-dorm Football 1 



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MALCOLM HASKELL 
46 Elm St. Norton, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Norton Country Club, Nor- 
ton, Mass. 

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



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PAUL H. HERALD 

37 Fitchburg St. Watertown, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Frost & Higgins Co., Arling- 
ton, Mass. 

Activities: Arbor and Park Club 1, 2; 
Hockey 2; Horticulture Show 1 



PETER C. HEINRICH 

735 Washington St. Dedham, Mass. 

Major: Floriculture 

Placement: Waltham Field Station, 

Waltham, Mass. 

Activities: Floriculture Club 1, 2; Dorm 

Social Committee 2; A.P.O. 2 




KEITH E. HUGHES 
59 Springvale Ave. Lynn, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Lake Morey Inn Stabler, 
Fairlee, Vermont 

Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Equestrian Club 1, 2, Treasurer 2; Little 
International 1; Dairy Classic 2 



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DAVID W. HUNTER 
18 School St., South Hadley Falls, Mass. 
Major: Food Management 
Placement: Stop & Shop, Springfield, 
Mass. 

Activities: Food Distribution Club 1, 2; 
Basketball 2; Secretary-Treasurer Food 
Dist. Club 2 




ROGER L. HERSEY, Jr. 

183 Hersey St. Hingham, Mass. 

Major: Floriculture 

Placement: Smith College, Northampton, 

Mass. 

Activities: Rifle Team 1, 2; Floriculture 

Club 1, 2; Dorm Bowling Team 1, 2; 

Horticulture Show 1 



LILA A. JARKKO 

Mclntire Rd. Fitchburg, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Activities: Class Officer 1, 2, Secretary; 
Dairy Technology Club 1, 2, Secretary; 
Animal Science Club 1, 2; Little linter- 
national 2; Bay State Dairy Classic 1, 2; 
Horticulture Show I; Student Senate 1, 
2; Stoso 1, 2; Rifle Club 1, 2; Stosag 1, 
2, Ass. Editor 2, Art Editor 1; Collegian 
Photography 2; 4-H Club 1, 2 




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WOODY JEFFERSON 
963 Sumner Ave. Springfield, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Veterans Country Club, 
Springfield, Mass. 
Activities: Turf Management Club 1, 2 



BRUCE R. JOHNSON 
38 Crosby Ave. Amherst, Mass. 

Major: Wood Utilization 
Placement: Eider Jones Lumber Corp., 
Amherst, Mass. 
Activities: Forestry Club 





ERNEST JOHNSON 
Route 1 Topsfield, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Hood's Cherry Hill Town 
Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2, 
Little International Dairy Classic 




PAUL P. JOHNSTON 

Crane Neck Hill Rd., 

West Newbury, Mass. 

Major: Dairy Technology 
Placement: New England Milk Produc- 
ers Assoc, Andover, Mass. 
Activities: Newman Club 1, 2; Dairy 
Tech. Club 1, 2 



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THOMAS F. KELLY 

95 Emma St. New Bedford, Mass. 

Major: Food Distribution 
Placement: Stop & Shop Inc., New Bed- 
ford 

Activities: Newman Club 1, 2; Inter- 
mural Sports 2; Food Dist. Club 1, 2, 
President 2; Stoso 2 



STEPHEN J. KERIS Jr. 
24 EUicott St. Needham, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Lowden Tree Specialist,: 
Needham, Mass. 
Activities: Arbor and Park Club 1, 2 





CHARLES J. KOINES 
117 Essex St. Chelsea, Mass. 

Major: Horticulture 

Placement: Newmarket Produce Co. 
Inc., Boston, Mass. 

Activities: Alpha Tau Gamma 1, 2, 
Pledgemaster 2; Food Distribution Club 
1; Horticulture Club 2; Student Senate 
2, Social Co-ordinator 



SCOTT HARRISON KIMBALL 

16 Richardson Rd. 

Newton Upper Falls, Mass. 
Major: Dairy Technology 
Placement: Whiting Milk Company, 
Charlestown, Mass. 
Activities: Dairy Club 1, 2 



RICHARD E. LAPINSKI 
,269 Piper Rd., West Springfield, Mass. 
Major: Floriculture 

Placement: Lapinski Farms, West 
Springfield, Mass. 

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






JEAN PAUL KRUGLEWICZ 
160 Regan St. Gardner, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Hawley State Forest 
Activities: Soccer 1; Arbor & Park Club 
1> 2 



PHILIP R. LEWIS 
60 Forest St. Lexington, Mass. 

Major: Floriculture 

Placement: S. Arthur Peterson Inc., Lex- 
ington, Mass. 

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



RICHARD T. LAVOIE 

35 Court KnoUe New Hartford, N. Y. 
Major: Hotel and Restaurant Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Sunshine Dairies Restaurant 
Activities: Dorm President 2; Student 
Senate 1, 2; New England Inn Keepers 
1, 2 




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DONALD PAUL LORANGER 
9 Bassett St. Taunton, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Hawley State Forest, West 
Hawley, Mass. 

Activities: Park Management Club 1, 2; 
Horticulture Show 1 



WAYNE DOUGLAS LYFORD 
457 Main St. Bridgewater, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Massachusetts Dept. of Nat- 
ural Resources, Division of Parks and 
Forests, R. C. Nickerson State Park, 
Brewster, Mass. 

Activities: Arbor and Park Club 1, 2 
Alpha Tau Gamma 1, 2, President 2 
LF.C. Sports 1, 2; Horticulture Show 1 
Fraternal Presidents Assembly 2; Inter- 
fraternity Council 2 



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CHESTER LUBELCZYK 
Turkey St. Harwick, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Lubekzyk Brother's 
Hardwich, Mass. 

Activities: F.F.A. State Senator 
F.F.A. Vice-President 2; Stimson 
Collegiate Chapter; Animal Science Club 
1,2 



Farm, 

1, 2; 
Heald 





PATRICK LUCAS Jr. 
1561 Brinckerhoff Ave. Utica, N. Y. 
Major: Turf Management 
Placement : Ravissloe Country Club, Chi- 
cago, 111. 

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





JAMES L. MACDONALD 
42 Academy Rd. Leominster, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: United Shoe Golf Course, 
Beverly, Mass. 
Activities: Turf Club 1, 2 



PHILIP C. MACALLISTER 

78 West Bay Rd. Osterville, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Donald C. Coombs, Tree 
Warden of Barnstable, Osterville, Mass. 
Activities: Arbor and Park Club 1, 2; 
Intramural Sports 1, 2 





RICHARD JOHN MacKENZIE 
21 Short St. Reading, Mass. 

Major: Floriculture 

Placement: Brecks Home & Garden 
Center, Peabody, Mass. 
Activities: Horticulture Show 1; Flori- 
culture Club 1, 2, President 2; F.F.A. 2, 
Reporter and Program Committee; Psy- 
chology Club 1; Dorm Social Committee; 
Bowling Team 1 



GEORGE MACHADO Jr. 

2 Zeller Ave. Plainville, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 

Placement: Winged Foot Golf Club, 

Mamaroneck, N. Y. 

Activities: Turf Club 1, 2; Newman 

Club 1; Basketball 1, 2; Horticulture 

Show 1 



JOHN PAUL MADDEN 
110 Meadow St. Amherst Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Pine Grove Golf Club, 
Northampton, Mass. 

Activities: Turf Club 1, 2; Entertain- 
ment Chairmen 2; Horticulture Show 1 






ALLAN R. MACKINTOSH 

21 Irving St. West Springfield, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 

Placement: Veteran's Golf Course, 

Springfield, Mass. 

Activities: Turf Club 1, 2; Horticulture 

Show 1; Basketball 2; Snowball Dance 

Committee 1 



LEONARD S. MAILLOUX 
21 Robinson Way, West Warwick, R. 1. 
Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Piping Rock Country Club, 
Long Island, N. Y. 

Activities: Turf Club 1, 2; Horticulture 
Show 1; Basketball 2; Snowball Dance 
Committee 1 



JAMES E. MAGILL 
52 Old Upton Rd. Grafton, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Silver Spruce Farm, Grafton, 
Mass. 

Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Soccer 1; Boxing 1, 2 




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ALBERT T. MARTIN 
353 Providence Rd. Linwood, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement; Belmont Country Club, Bel- 
mont, Mass. 

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



ARTHUR E. MANTHORNE 
Child Rd. West Woodstock, Conn. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Mashamoquet Brook State 
Park, Pomfret, Conn. 
Activities: Arbor and Park Club 1, 2, 
President 2 



WALTER DEAN MATHEWS Jr. 
49 Webster St. North Quincy, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Phillip Small Landscape Con- 
struction and Design, West Harwich, 
Mass. 

Activities: Soccer 1; Land Op. Club 1, 
2; Horticulture Show 1 



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ROBERT PIERSON MAYO 
Beach Rd. Orleans, Mass. 

Major: Hotel and Restaurant Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Mayo's Farm Kitchen, East 
Orleans, Mass. 

Activities: Dorm Vice-President 1; Inter- 
national Food Technology Party 1, 2; 
Innkeepers Club 1,2; Basketball 1; Soc- 
cer 2 




N.J. 



JOHN G. MARTIN 

1439 Gregory Ave. Union; 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Suburban Golf Club, Union, i 
New Jersey 

Activities: Turf Club 1, 2; Student Sen- 
ate 1; Intermural Sports 1, 2, Football, 
Basketball 



FRANCES JEAN MAZZA 
121 Roy St. Springfield, Mass. i 

Major: Floriculture 

Placement: Mascaro's Florist, Springfield, 
Mass. 

Activities: Floriculture Club 1, 2, Pro- 
gram Committee 2; Horticulture Show 1; 
Newman Club 1, 2; Stosag 2, Secretary 
2, Copy Editor 2; Dorm Social Commit- 
tee 2; Shorthorn 2; Campus Life 





PETER A. McCLAIN 
Elm St. Pepperell, Mass. 

Major: Poultry Science 

Placement; Cobb's Pedigree Chickens, 
Littleton, Mass. 

Activities: Poultry Club 1, 2, President 
2 



DANIEL JEREMIAH McCARTHY 
17 Doyle St. Worcester, Mass. 

Major : Turf Management 
Placement: Scarsdale Golf Club, Harts- 
dale, New York 

Activities: Class Officer 1, President; 
General Chairmen of Sno-Ball Dance 1; 
Turf Club 1, 2, Vice-President 2; Horti- 
culture Show 1; Soccer 1, Captain 2; 
Basketball 1, 2, Co-Captain 2 



DOUGLAS B. McDowell 

53 Simonds Rd. Lexington, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Home Farm, Hancock, Maine 
Activities: Arbor and Park Club 1, 2; 
Flying Club 1, 2; Parachute Club 1, 2 





FREDERICK D. McCLURE 

71 School St. Melrose, Mass. 

Major: Wood Utilization 
Placement: Warren Trask Co., Boston, 
Mass. 

Activities: Judiciary 1, 2, President 2; 
Student Senate 1, 2; Elections Committee 
Chairmen 1; Float Committee 1, 2; For- 
estry Club 1, 2 





ALLAN L. McGROARY 
Richardson Fd. Fitchburg, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Arn — How Farm, Fitchburg, 
Mass. 

Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Scuba Club 1, 2; Judo Club 1; Outting 
Club 1,2; Judging Teams 1, 2 



MICHAEL J. P. McGRATH 

North St. East Douglas, Mass. 

Major: Dairy Technology 
Placement: Carnation Milk Farms, Car- 
nation, Washington 
Activities: Dairy Club 1, 2 





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JAN WILSON MERZBACH 
236 North Pleasant St., Amherst, Mass. 
Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: University of Massachusetts 
Tree Crew 
Activities: Arbor and Park Club 1, 2 



TOIVO A. MERIKANTO 
Mr. Jefferson Rd, Hubbardston, Mass. 
Major: Poultry Science 
Placement: Eino Oily Poultry Farm, 
Hubbardston, Mass. 

Activities:; Backetball 1, 2; Intramural 
Football 1,2; Poultry Club 1, 2 



DOUGLAS ALAN MOORE 
16 Henry St. West Boylston, Mass. 

Major: Wood Utilization 
Placement: Heywood-Wakefield Co. Inc., 
Gardner, Mass. 

Activities: Forestry Club 1,2; Intramural 
Sports 1, 2, Basketball, Softball, Football 
1, 2 



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BRUCE EDWARD MILLER 

18 Perkins Rd. Winchester, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Al Heimlich, Woburn, Mass. 
Activities: Land Op. Club 1, 2 



MARTIN J. NEWMAIRE Jr. 
South Road Pepperell, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Hollingsworth & Vose Co., 
West Groton, Mass. 
Activities: Arbor and Park Club 1, 2 



ARTHUR E. MORIARTY 

3 Fulkerson Ave. Methuen, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 

Placement: Andover Country Club, An- 

dover, Mass. 

Activities: Turf Club 1, 2; Horticulture 

Show 1 





VINCENT PAUL NORRMAN 
Oak St. Halifax, Mass. 

Major: Floriculture 

Placement: Halifax Garden Co., Halifax, 
Mass. 

Activities: Class Officer 2, Treasurer; 
Stoso 1, 2; Student Senate 1, 2; Flori- 
culture Club 1, 2; Stosag 2; Dorm Coun- 
selor 2 



ROBERT DONALD NIHAN Jr. 
570 Walnut St. Lynn, Mass. 

Major: Floriculture 

Placement: Gould's Florist, Lynnfield, 
Mass. 

Activities: Floriculture Club 1,2; Horti- 
culture Show 1; Hockey 1, 2 



GUSTAVE D. OLSON Jr. 

Summer St. Rockport, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

( Placement: Harold Parker State Forest, 
I Andover, Mass. 

I Activities: Arbor and Park Club 1, 2; 
t Dorm President 1; Dormitory President's 
I Association 1; Co-Chairmen Inter-Dorm 
1 Social Council 1 






BRUCE M. O'BRIEN 
364 Union St. Framingham, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Boot Springs, Big Bend Na- 
tional Park Texas 

Activities: Arbor and Park Club 1, 2; 
Horticulture Show 1; Interfraternity 
Sports 1, 2; Alpha Tau Gamma 1, 2; 
Newman Club 1, 2 



FRANK O. PATTERSON 
Old Stage Rd. Barre, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Department of Natural Re- 
sources, Leominster State Forest 
Activities: Arbor and Park Club 1, 2 



JEROME M. O'NEIL 

78 Euclid Ave. Pittsfield, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Hopkins Experimental For- 
est, Williamstown, Mass. 
Activities: Arbor and Park Club 1, 2; 
Basketball 1, 2 




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GERALD J. PETERS 

47 Hampstead St. Methuen, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 

Placement: Webb Brook Country Club, 

Billerica, Mass. 

Activities: Turf Club 1, 2, Secretary 2; 

Stoso 1, 2, Secretary 2; Intramural 

Basketball 1,2; Horticulture Show 1 



RICHARD B. PERRY 

Perry Rd. Truro, Mass. 

Major: Poultry Science 
Placement: Hillside Farm, Truro, Mass. 
Activities: Poultry Club 1, 2; Soccer 1; 
Alpha Tau Gamma 2 



FRANCIS PAUL POITRAS 
12 Wadsworth St. Danvers, Mass. 

Major: Floriculture 

Placement: Lexington Gardens Inc., Lex- 
ington, Mass. 

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






ROBERT H. PETERS Jr. 
5 Grant St. Wilmington, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Brine Tree Surgery Inc., Bed- 
ford, Mass. 

Activities: Arbor and Park Club 1, 2; 
Scuba Club 2; Interdorm Football 2 



RICHARD N. PORTER 
341 East Washington St. Hanson, Mass. 
Major: Wood Utilization 
Placement: Rockland Coal & Grain Co. 
Inc., Rockland, Mass. 
Activities: Forestry Club 1; Inter-Dorm 
Sports 1, 2, Football, Softball, Basket- 
ball; Rifle Team 1, 2 



JOEL A. POLLARD 
15 Dove St. Newburyport, Mass. 

Major: Food Distribution 
Placement: Colonial Inn, Concord, Mass. 
Activities: Stewards Club 1, 2; Newman 
Club 1 




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STEPHEN F. QUINN 
Bradley Lane Stoe, Mass. 

Major: Dairy Technology 
Placement: Federal Milk Market Ad- 
ministrator Laboratory, Westwood, Mass. 
Activities: Dairy Club 1, 2; Soccer 1, 2; 
Basketball 1, 2 



JOHN FRANCIS PRENTICE Jr. 

Jordan Rd. Plymouth, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Forges Farm, Plymouth, 
Mass. 

Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Inter-Dorm Sports 1, 2, Football, Soft- 
ball 




WILLIAM LAURI REMES 

iMain St. North Carver, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Myles Standish State Forest, 
Plymouth, Mass. 

Activities: Arbor and Park Club 1, 2; 
Stoso 1, 2; Dorm Counselor 2 





JOHN DENNIS RIORDAN 
48 Myrtle St. Medford, Mass. 

Major: Food Distribution 
Placement: Elm Farm Food Co., Boston, 
Mass. 

Activities: Food Dist. Club 1, 2, Vice- 
President 2; Stosag 1, 2; Shorthorn 1, 2; 
Newman Club 1, 2; Stoso 2; Food Dist. 
Newsletter 2, Editor 




JOAN RACHEL RABINOVITZ 

16 Cape Cod Lane Milton, Mass. 

Major: Floriculture 

Placement: Traynor Flowers of Boston, 
Boston, Mass. 

Activities: Floriculture Club 1, 2, Pro- 
gram Committee 2; Horticulture Show I 



EDWARD SAMUEL RIZZOTTO 
235 Central St. Hingham, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Brookline Park Dept., Brook- 
line Municipal Golf Course, Brookline, 
Mass. 

Activities: Stosag 1, 2; Shorthorn 1, 2; 
Soccer 1, 2; Arbor and Park Club 1, 2; 
Canterbury Club 1, 2; Horticulture 
Show 1; Assistant Scoutmaster Troop 
500, Leverett; Belchertown Volunteer I 




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JAMES J. ROCHA 

123 Washington St. 

East Bridgewater, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Ridders Golf Course 
Activities; Turf Club 1, 2; Rifle Team 
1, 2, Captain 2 



WINSTON S. SAVILLE Jr. 
Becket, Mass. 
Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Beartown State Forest 
Activities: Arbor and Park Club 1, 2 




SANDRA ANNE ROCHE 
120 Beacon St. Marblehead, Mass. 

Major: Hotel and Restaurant Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Yankee Beefeater Inn 
Activities: Stewards Club 1, 2; Inkeepers 





FRED SCHEYHING Jr. 

1375 Elm St. West Springfield, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 

Placement: Springfield Country Club, 

Springfield, Mass. 

Activities: Turf Club 1, 2, President 2; 

Horticulture Show 1 




DALE STANLEY SANDIN 

356 Somers Rd. 

East Longmeadow, Mass.^ i 

Major: Turf Management 

Placement: Longmeadow Country Club, 

Longmeadow, Mass. 

Activities: Turf Club 1, 2; Horticulture f< 

Show 1; Inter-Dorni Sports, Football.ll 

Basketball 



DAVID JOSEPH SILVIA 
Shore Rd. Bourne, Mass.f 

Major: Floriculture 

Placement; Tucy Brothers, Buzzards Bay, 
Mass. 

Activities: Floriculture Club 1, 2, Secre- 
tary 2; Horticulture Show 1; Basketball 
1,2; Dorm Club 1,2 



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PETER E. SMALL 
102 Harding Lane Chatham, Mass. 

Major: Hotel and Restaurant Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Thompsons Clam Bar, Har- 
wichport, Mass. 

Activities: Manager, International Food 
Technologists Party 1, 2; President's 
Christmas Party 1, 2 



PAUL SHEA 

901 Pleasant St. Framingham, Mass. 
Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Centre Landscape, Framing- 
ham, Mass. 

Activities: Landscape Operations Club 
1, 2, Vice-President 1; Student Senate 1 



THOMAS R. SOUTHMAYD 

36 Glen Rd. Wilmington, Mass. 

Major; Animal Science 

Placement: Angell Memorial Animal 

Hospital 

Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 

Newman Club 1, 2; Scuba Club 1, 2; 
I Intramural Football 1, 2; Intramural 
f Softball 1, 2 






MICHAEL ANTHONY SOLLITTO 
181 Norton St. East Providence, R. I. 
Major: Animal Science 
Placement: J. G. Leonardo's Dairy Farm, 
East Providence, R. I. 
Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Newman Club 1, 2 



RICHARD SWANSON 
R.F.D. Colvintown Rd., Coventry, R. I. 
Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Rhode Island Division of 
Parks and Recreation 
Activities: Arboriculture and Par); Man- 
agment Club 1, 2 Secretary-Treasurer 1; 
Hort. Show 1; Shorthorn 1; Middlesex 
Counselor 2; Dining Hall Counselor 2 



HARTLEY SPENCER 
Dr. Braley Rd. East Freetown, Mass. 
Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: U. S. Forest Service 
Activities: Arboriculture and Park Man- 
agement Club 1, 2; Forestry Club 2 





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CLEMENT TOURIGNY 

74 Abbott St. Gardner, Mass. 

Major: Wood Products 
Placement: Chairtown Manufacturing 
Company, Grafton, Mass. 

Activities: Forestry Club 2, Rifle Team 
2, University Fire Department 1 



WILLIAM A. VASQUEZ 
90 Blair Rd. Holbrook, Mass. 

Major: Dairy Technology 
Placement: Howard Johnson Company, 
Brockton, Mass. 

Activities: Dormitory Football 1, 2, Dor- 
mitory Basketball I, Dairy Technology 
Club 1,2 




JOHN P. TRAYNOR 
176 Babbitt Rd. Bedford Mills, N. Y. 
Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Fairview Country Club, 
Elmsford, New York 
Activities: Senior Class President, Stoso 
1, 2, Executive Council 2; Senate 1, 2, 
Chairman, Budget Committee 2; Short- 
horn 1, 2 Stosag 2, Turf Club, Treasurer 
1, Program Chairman 2, Horticulture 
Show 1, Dormitory Treasurer 1, Intra- 
mural Football 1, Intramural Basketball 
1, Inter-School Council 2, Commence- 
ment Chairman 2, 





RONALD P. VITKAUSKAS 
37 Johnson St. Millbury, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Weston Nurseries, Hopkin,- 
ton, Mass. 

Activities: Landscape Operations Club 
2, Chess- Tournament 2, Table Tennis 
Tournament 1, 2, Stoso 2 




RICHARD TRUESDELL 
R.F.D. 1 Shelburne, Mass. 

Major: Landscape, Operations 
Placement: Mid-Cape Nurseries, West 
Dennis, Mass. 

Activities: Landscape Operations Club 
1; Horticulture Show 1 



MICHAEL VON VILLAS 
934 East Main Rd. Newport, R. L 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- < 
ment 

Placement: State of Rhode Island, Divi- 
sion of Parks and Recreation 
Activities: Arboriculture and Park Man- 
agement Club 1, 2, Secretary-Treasurer 
2 



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CHARLES WAELDE 

22 Irving St. Reading, Mass. 

Major: Floriculture 
Placement; Eric's Greenhouses 
Activities: Floriculture Club 1, 2, Senate; 
Horticulture Shov? 1, Interdorm Football, 
Scuba Club 



ALBERT WAEHLER 

M East Maple St. Valley Stream, N. Y. 

vlajor: Animal Science 

'lacement: Birch Brook Farm, Middle- 

ield, Mass. 

Activities: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2 



WALTER D. WATERMAN III 
1088 Plainfield St. Johnston, R. I. 

Vlajor: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Lippitt Hill Farm 
Activities: Landscape Operations Club 
il, 2, Vice-President 2; Horticulture 
■Show 1, 4-H Club 2 






JOSEPH W. WAGNER 

Charlemont Mass. 
Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Laurel Ridge Farm, Shel- 
burne, Mass. 

Activities: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 
2, 4-H Club 1, 2, Future Farmers of 
America 1, 2, Senate 2, Little Interna- 
tional 2, Dairy Classic 2 



ALFRED G. WILSON Jr. 
131 Gilbert Ave. Hamden, Conn. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Yale Golf Course, New 
Haven, Conn. 
Activities: Turf Club 1, 2 



EVERETT WALLACE WILBUR 
Drew Rd. Plymouth, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement; Roland C. Nickerson State 
Forest Park, East Brewster, Mass. 
Activities: Arboriculture and Park Man- 
agement Club 1, 2, Intramural Cross- 
country 1, 2 




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ALAN R. WOODBURY 
R.F.D. #1 Springfield, Vt. 

Major: Floriculture 

Placement: V. M. Lundquist & Son, 
Woburn, Mass. 

Activities: Scuba Club 1, 2; Floriculture 
Club 1, 2; Hort. Show 1; Berkshire 
Dorm, Assistant Social Director 



STEPHEN EDWARD ZOLDAK 

460 Pleasant St. Gardner, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Nashua Country Club, Nash- 
ua, New Hampshire 

Activities: Interdorm Football 1, 2, In- 
terdorm Basketball 1, 2, Newman Club 
1, 2, Turf Club 1, 2, Horticulture Show 
1 




RAYMOND P. YELLE Jr. 
100 Bay St. Taunton, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Nickerson State Forest Park, 
East Brewster, Mass. 
Activities: Middlesex Dorm Counselor 
2; Rifle Team 1, 2, Secretary-Treasurer 
2; Basketball 1; Belchertown Project 1; 
Shorthorn 1; Stosag 1, 2, Editor 2; Hort. 
Show 1; Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment Club 1, 2; Newman Club 1, 2 




GEORGE WAYNE ZOPPO 
243 Princton St. Holden, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Runaway Brook Country 
Club, Bolton, Mass. 
Activities: Turf Club 1, 2 




VICTOR ZIEMBA 
Walling Rd. Adams, Mass.l 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Broad Lawn Farms, Adams,! 
Mass. 

Activities: Basketball 1, 2; Animal Sci-i 
ence Club 1, 2 



ROBERT C. MENTE 
17 Lull St. Islington, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Arnold Arboretum, Jamaica ^ 
Plain, Mass. 

Activities: Arboriculture and Park Man-^ 
agement Club 1, 2 




SENIORS NOT PICTURED 

Benjamin F. Barnes III Peter W. Hollis 

Myrtle Street Mendon, Mass. 562 Lincoln Avenue Saugus, Mass. 

Joseph W. Benedict David P. Jankowski 

89 Newton Street West Boylston, Mass. 622 Parker Street Gardner, Mass. 

Frederick L. Buck Carl R. Johnson 

434 Pearl Hill Rd. Fitchburg, Mass. Church Street, Box 317 East Harwich, Mass. 

Richard F. Buckley Stephen F. Joyce 

55 Cross Street Seekonk, Mass. 142 Fulton Street Norwood, Mass. 

Curtis D. Chase Frank P. Lattuca Jr. 

5 Ryder Street North Dartmouth, Mass. P.O. Box 12 Industry, N.Y. 

Paul D. Christo Arthur F. LeBlanc 

8 Union Avenue Everett, Mass. 119 School Street Westwood, Mass. 

Ralph W. Cook Chester J. Lonczak 

23 Jason Street Arlington, Mass. Franklin Street Belchertown, Mass. 

Roland E. Creaser Arthur C. Manjourides 

24 Cliff Avenue Darien, Conn. 99 Radcliffe Road Belmont, Mass. 

John F. Cronin Donald J. O'Brien Jr. 

67 Hill Street Auburn, Mass. 18 Chestnut Avenue Leeds, Mass. 

Robert F. DeCilio John A. Owen Jr. 

7 By-Pass Rd. Lincoln, Mass. Gould Farm Great Barrington, Mass. 

Brandt H. Doscher Joseph D. Reardon Jr. 

145 Roxbury Road Garden City, N.Y. 103 Bennington Street Springfield, Mass. 

James F. Doyle Jr. Richard P. Robbins 

11 Grenada Street Worcester, Mass. 134 Brownstone Ridge Meriden, Conn. 

Warren A. Fjellman Philip Scott 

Backstrad Rd. Millbury, Mass. 22 Evergreen Road Billerica, Mass. 

Winthrop Foster Jr. Daniel R. Septelka 

53 Prospect Avenue Northampton, Mass. 534 Walpole Street Norwood, Mass. 

Norman W. Hayes Phillip H. Simmons 

Church Hill CenterviUe, Mass. Middle Street Amherst, Mass. 

William R. West 
216 Bay Road Hadley, Mass. 

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Majors 



ANIMAL SCIENCE 



SENIORS 




First Row, Left to right: J. Wagner, J. Prentiss, R. Fisher, K. Hughes, A. Clark, A. Wheeler, M. 
McGrath, R. Buckley. Second Row: V. Ziemba, A. Blackraer, L. Jarkko, B. L. Ham, S. Brennan, C. 
Lubelczyk, R. Daigneault, A. McGroary. Third Row: M. SoUitto, H. Anderson, J. Flanagan, A. 
Deinlein, E. Johnson, D. Adams. 



FRESHMEN 




First Row, Left to right: P. Gallant, E. Poison, L. Levellie, J. Tripp, D. Wilcox, S. Downey, J. 
Creeger, J. Padula, R. Longo, A. King. Second Row: A. Maldonado, D. Paquin, C. Bourne, E. 
Wesson, C. Thompson, R. Wright, D. Black, P. Sybertz, W. Snow, B. Call, D. Howard. Third Row: 
P. Gagnon, A. R. Cobb, W. Kadlec, G. Reeves, R. Vizcardo, P. Fields, J. Brewer, W. Haas, S. Morse, 
K. Hazard, D. Adams, J. Carlson, R. Fasolo. 



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CLUB 



First Row, Left to right: J. Brewer, S. Morse, J. Tripp, D. 
Wilcox, J. Wagner, J. Prentiss, R. Fisher, K. Hughes, A. 
Clark, A. Wheeler, M. McGrath, R. Buckley, S. Downey, J. 
Creeger, J. Padula, P. Field, W. Haas. Second Row: M. 
Wesson, D. Howard, C. Thompson, R.- Wright, E. Poison, 
V. Ziemba, A. Blackmer, L. Jarkko, B. L. Ham, S. Brennan, 
C. Lubelczyk, R. Daigneault, A. McGroary, A. King, R. 



Longo, D. Black, P. Sybertz. Third Row: L. Levellie, A. 
Maldonado, D. Paquin, W. Kadlec, C. Bourne, M. SoUitto, 
H. Anderson, J. Flanagan, A. Deinlein, E. Johnson, D. 
Adams, P. Gallant, R. Fasolo, J. Carlson, B. Call. Fourth 
Row: G. Reeves, R. Vizcardo, P. Gagnon, A. R. Cobb, D. 
R. Adams, K. Hazard, W. Snow. 



Animal Science gives one an opportunity 
to work with animals and/or related subjects. 
Years ago one thought of animal science as 
a study of milking cows, feeding chickens, 
cutting hay, etc. Today, because of advanced 
knowledge, animal science is a study of ge- 
netics, physiology, nutrition, and many other 
fields. Animal science is a broadening field 
which is continuously expanding with the 
growth of our nation. A career in animal 
science enables one to work with other in- 
dustries toward a better tomorrow. 



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ARBORICULTURE 
AND PARK MANAGEMENT 




First Row, Left to right: G. Olsen, R. Peters, A. Manthorne, D. Jankowski, M. Connelly, M. New- 
maire, J. Frado, L. Dupray, P. MacAllister, R. Reaser, B. O'Brien, K. Behrendt, P. Herald. Second 
Row: M. Von Villas, R. Yelle, S. Frank, R. Swanson, P. Flynn, E. Rizzotto, B. Barnes, R. DeCilio, 
R. Mente, W. Lyford, R. Fisher, P. Hollis. 




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ARBOR and PARK CLUB 




First Row, Left to right: T. Smith, J. Theophane, G. Olson, 
R. Peters, J. Ripley, S. Sandell, D. Poulsen, R. Mellor, W. 
Byrne, R. Nork, P. Smith, M. Annaeher, N. Taft, E. Jemreta. 
Second Row: F. Sobieski, M. Walker, J. LeBlanc, M. Myl- 
ryan, T. Sullivan, A. Manthorne, D. Jankowski, M. Connelly, 
M. Newmaire, J. Frado, L. Dupray, P. MacAUister, R. 
Creaser, B. O'Brien, K. Behrendt, P. Herald, M. Sroka, P. 



Van Wormer, D. Tedford, G. Gentile, W. Cowley. Third 
Row: S. Vittum, L. Lincoln, D. Jones, M. Von Villas, G. 
DriscoU, C. Frank, R. Swanson, P. Flynn, E. Rizzotto, B. 
Barnes, W. Lyford, R. Fisher, P. Hollis, P. Carlson, R. Green, 
P. Damon, B. Phillbrick, L. Palmer, P. Johnson. Fourth Row: 
G. O'Brien, J. Richardson, R. DeCilio, R. Welch, G. Heath, 
D. Cougle. 



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DAIRY TECHNOLOGY 



SENIORS 




First Row, Left to right: G. Converse, S. Quinn, J. Gumming, W. Vasquez. Second Row: R. 
Blakeslee, P. Johnston, D. Calverly, J. Hagerty. 



FRESHMEN 




First Row, Left to right: R. Kubiak, J. Dolan, D. Allessio, R. Hoelzer. Second Row: J. Barrus, 
B. Leach, J. Lawrence, D. Glennie, R. Murray. 



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DAIRY TECHNOLOGY CLUB 




First Row, Left to right: J. Dolan, G. Converse, S. Quinn, J. Gumming, W. Vasquez, D. Allessio. 
Second Row: B. Leach, R. Blakeslee, P. Johnston, D. Caverly, J. Hagerty, R. Hoelzer. Third Row: R. 
Kubiak, J. Barrus, J. Lawrence, D. Glennie, R. Murray. 





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FLORICULTURE 



SENIORS 




First Row, Left to right; P. Heinrich, F. Mazza, J. Robinowitz, R, MacKenzie. Second Row: R. 
Hersey, A. Bakker, M. Davis, R. Nihan, A. Woodbury, J. Silvia. Third Row: N. Lish, R. Lapinski, 
F. Poitras, C. Waelde. Fourth Row: P. Lewis, R. Churchill, A. Buckley, W. Matthews, V. Norrmann. 



FRESHMEN 




First Row, Left to right: S. Gifford, L. Slack, J. Bratton, B. Burbank. Second Row: T. Monahan, 
R. Swanson, L. Glushien, G. Lucas, S. Kalishman. Third Row: D. Calder, R. Anderson, C. Wheeler, 
E. Bingham. Fourth Row: G. Pendleton, B. Eisenhower, A. Erickson. 



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FLORICULTURE CLUB 



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First Row, Left to right; L. Slack, S. Gifford, B. Burbank, J. Bratton. Second Row: T. Monahan, G. 
Pendleton, L. Glushien, P. Heinrich, F. Mazza, J. Robinowitz, R. MacKenzie, S. Kalishman, G. 
Lucas. Third Row: D. Calder, R. Hersey, A. Bakker, M. Davis, R. Nihan, A. Woodbury, J. Silvia, 

B. Eisenhower. Fourth Row; A. Erickson, R. Anderson, N. Lish, R. Lapinski, F. Poitras, C. Waelde, 

C. Wheeler. Fifth Row: R. Swanson, P. Lewis, R. Churchill, A. Buckley, V. Norrmann, E. Bingham. 





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RESTAURANT and HOTEL 
MANAGEMENT 



SENIORS 




First Row, Left to right: P. Chri&to, S. Roche, S. Elmont, J. Halunen, J. Pollard. Second 
Row: J. Benedict, R. Lavoie, J. Bernard, A. Manjourides, R. Mayo, D. Greenstein. 
Third Row: D. Septelka, W. Foster, F. Lattuca, P. Small. 



FRESHMEN 




First Row, Left to right: W. Harte, P. Langevin, G. Bundy, M. Housman, J. DeMarino. 
Second Row: K. Gustafson, J. Sokolowski, A. Backry, W. McCormick, A. Ingham. 
Third Row: J. Mariano, R. Warnicke, A. Busher. 



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The need for managers in the restaurant 
and hotel industry arises from the vocational 
opportunities flowing out of the industry; 
an industry so important in the economic 
life of Massachusetts and the country as a 
whole. This training, on a professional level, 
is encouraged by the able and forward-look- 
ing leaders of the hotel and restaurant 
profession. 




First Row, Left to right: P. Langevin, G. Bundy, P. Christo, S. Roche, S. Elmont, J. Halunen, A. 
Backry, M. Housman, J. Pollard, J. DeMarino. Second Row: J. Sokolowski, W. McCormick, J. 
Benedict, R. Lavoie, J. Bernard, A. Manjourides, R. Mayo, J. Mariano, D. Greenstein, A. Busher. 
Third Row: W. Harte, K. Gustafson, D. Septelka, W. Foster, F. Lattuca, P. Small, A. Ingham, 
R. Warnicke. 



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FOOD DISTRIBUTION 



SENIORS 




First Row, Left to right: M. Burke, T. Kelly, J. Riordan. Second Row: S. Joyce, 
D. Hunter, W. Fjellman. 



FRESHMEN 




First Row, Left to right: R. Prior, P. McClain, B. Fleming, R. Bates. Second Row: 
A. Bowles, J. Aloisi, W. Nooth, J. Colburn, A. Dutra. 



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First Row, Left to right: R. Prior, R. Bates, B. Fleming. Second Row: P. McClain, M. Burke, T. 
Kelly, J. Riordan, A. Dutra. Third Row: A. Bowles, J. Alois, W. Nooth, S. Joyce, D. Hunter, J. 
Colburn, W. Fjellman. 



The Food Distribution program combines 
course work in business management with 
specialized and technical training in food 
sciences and economics. The instruction pro- 
gram includes buying, handling, warehousing, 
packaging, and merchandising of food prod- 
ucts. Case studies from the retail food 
industry are used extensively as are field 
trips and visiting authorities from the lead- 
ing firms in the field. 



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Poultry Science 




First Row, Left to tight: R. Charlton, A. Ben David, P. McClain, J. Austin, S. Fishman. Second 
Row: T. Merikanto, W. West, R. Perry. 




This course combines a well 
balanced practical approach with 
the latest scientific methods to assure 
the student a well rounded educa- 
tion. 



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S. Birch, R. Tinkham, D, Birnie. 




First Row, Left to right: D. Birnie, A. Ben David, P. McClain, R. Tinkham, R. Charlton, S. Fishman. 
Second Row: J. Austin, T. Merikanto, S. Birch, W. West, R. Perry. 





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LANDSCAPE OPERATIONS 

SENIORS 




First Row, Left to right: B. Miller, R. Robbins, P. Shea, R. Vitkauskas, W. Fornaro, A. Cyr, W. 
Waterman, A. Buckley. Second Row : J. Owen, P. Simmons, J. Barrett, W. Mathews, V. Norrmann, 
J. Berks, A. Divver, R. Truesdell. 



FRESHMEN 



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First Row, Left to right: C. Alexander, R. Hall, J. Grohman, P. Nugent, S. Moreau, W. Burzenski, 
D. Law. Second Row: D. Tordoff, J. Michalko, R. Sanger, G. Prevost, R. Prevost, R. Maxcy, M. 
Vanderpol, B. Reed, J. Devereux, M. Powers. 



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LANDSCAPE OPERATIONS CLUB 



First Row, Left to right: D. Tordoff, M. Powers, D. Law, C. Alexander, R. Hall, J. Grohman, P. 
Nugent, S. Moreau, W. Burzenski, J. Michalko. Second Row: Mr. Harold Mosher (advisor), A. 
Divver; B. Miller, R. Robbins, P. Shea, R. Vitkauskas, B. Fornaro, A. Cyr, W. Waterman, B. Reed, 
J. Devereux. Third Row: R. Sanger, R. Maxcy, J. Owen, P. Simmons, J. Barrett, W. Mathews, J. 
Berks, R. Truesdell, M. Vanderpol. 




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TURF MAINTENANCE 



SENIORS 




First Row, Left to right: J. Martin, R. Chalifour, D. Sandin, 
P. Begley, W. Jefferson, G. Peters, F. Scheyhing, J. Rocha, 
J. Madden, J. Traynor, A. Martin, C. Amorim. Second Row: 
P. Lucas, B. Haworth, R. Anderson, G. Machado, L. Mail- 



loux, J. McCarthy, R. Gonyea, W. Byers, A. Wilson, D. 
Discenza, R. Coffey. Third Row: G. Gorton, C. Chase, M. 
Haskell, D. Daigle, P. Scott, S. Zoldak, J. Macdonald, D. 
O'Brien, A. Moriarty, W. Zoppo. 



FRESHMEN 




First Row, Left to right: S. Sablak, Roy French, R. Brown, 
J. Garrett, J. Williams, J. Ward, J. Coffey, G. Brothers, T. 
Wojcik. Second Row: B. Roberts, B. Earle, Rick French, J. 
Boldebook, P. Johnson, P. Sicard, B. McGuire, D. Darling, 



P. Gorman, A. Clarkson, J. Ellis. Third Row; C. Scott, R. 
Bater, B. Cowan, J. Cole, A. Hunter, H. Frenette, E. Wiacek, 
C. Capozzi, A. Bachand, P. Bass. 



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TURF MAINTENANCE CLUB 




First Row, Left to right; S. Sablak, J. Garrett, J. Martin, R. 
Chalifour, D. Sandin, P. Begley, W. Jefferson, G. Peters, F. 
Scheyhing, J. Rocha, J. Madden, J. Traynor, A. Martin, C. 
Amorim, J. Williams, J. Ward, J. Coffey, G. Brothers. Sec- 
ond Row: R. French, B. Earle, P. Lucas, B. Haworth, R. 
Anderson, G. Machado, L. Mailloux, J. McCarthy, R. Gonyea, 
W. Byers, A. Wilson, D. Discenza, R. Coffey, P. Sicard, J. 



Ellis, P. Gorman, T. Wojcik. Third Row: J. Boldebook, R. 
Brown, R. French, G. Gorton, C. Chase, M. Haskell, D. 
Daigle, P. Scott, S. Zoldak, J. Macdonald, D. O'Brien, A. 
Moriarty, W. Zoppo, D. Darling, C. Kapazzi, A. Clarkson. 
Fourth Row: B. Roberts, C. Scott, B. Cowen, P. Bass, P. 
Johnson, C. Capozzi, R. Bator, H. Frenette, J. Cole, A. 
Hunter, E. Wiacek, B. McGuire. 



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WOOD TECHNOLOGY 



SENIORS 




Left to tight: F. McClute, C. Touiigny, R. Porter, E. Bailey, J. Reardon, J. Amidon. 



FRESHMEN 




First Row, Left to right: J. Rowse, J. Cockroft, R. Schoonover, A. Guertin, P. Mabie, G. Schonbeck, 
R. Barrows. Second Row: G. West, D. Nutbrown, R. Gassett, K. Stewart, S. Cobb, J. Kalapiuski, 
W. McKeon, M. Shaw. 



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First Row, Left to right: J. Rowse, G. West, J. Cockroft, R. Schoonover, A. Guertin, P. Mabie, G. 
Schonbeck, J. Kalapinski, R. Barrows, M. Shaw. 



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HORTICULTURE 




First Row, Left to right: D. Reid, D. Larochelle, G. Marshall. 
Second Row: A. Vosburgh, C. Koines, R. Bergstrom, T. Napoli. 



One of our newer courses combining Pomology and Olericulture as the 
one major of Horticulture ( Fruit and Vegetable Crops ) . Courses emphasize 
the principles of plant growth, cultural practices, economic principles and 
marketing procedures that are called for to meet the needs of modern agri- 
cultural methods. Unlimited facilities are offered, including greenhouses 
equipped for commercial operation, laboratories for today's modern research, 
and controlled atmospheric storage. 



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Organizations 




First Row, Left to right: J. Traynor; A. Cyr; J. Barrett, Treasurer; M. Burke, Vice-President; S. 
Elmont, President; R. MacCIure; B. Philbrick; N. Taft; A. Bowles. Second Row: T. Napoli; J. 
Michalko; C. Koines; J. Camming; L. Jarkho; S. GiiiFord; P. Mabie; M. Rossi; L. Slack; R. Lavie; 
J. Padula; C. Lubelcyzk, Third Row: R. Gassett; C. Waelde; V. Norrmann; J. Hagerty. Missing: 
M. Bicknell, Secretary. 




In the Senate each major, club, and organization is 
represented, enabling each student to have a voice in our 
school's student government. All of its activities are 
co-ordinated in coinmittees. 

This year many improvements were made to our 
"cinder block" dormitories and once again, due to the 
Senate's hard efforts, the Sno-Ball proved very successful. 

Its functions are many and varied but are always 
directed toward improving the academic and social 
affairs of the student. 



President, Steve Elmont 



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COMMITTEES 



Budget 

Peter McClain — Chairman 
John Traynor 
John Barrett 



Athletic 

Richard Porter - 
Peter Bass 
Michael Burke 



■ Chairman 



Public Relations 

Chairman 



Charles Koines - 
Norman Taft 
Marcia Bicknell 



Student Activities 

Chairman 



Vincent Norman 
Albert Cyr 
Sue Gifford 
Judith Brewer 



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Peter McCkin, NO! NO! NO! 




Jealousy! 



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Front Row, Left to right: S. Elmont; A. Cyr; M. Burke; D. Calverly, Treasurer; J. Frado, President; 
G. Peters, Secretary; R. Vitkauskas, Vice-President; J. Riordan. Second Row: J. Traynor; C. Koines; 
L. Jarkho; V. Norrmann; M. Rossi; T. Kelly; A. Bowles. Third Row: J. Barrett; P. Johnson; B. 
Buckley; B. Blakely. Missing: D. Septelka, Corresponding Secretary; A. Dutra; A. Bakker; M. 
Bicknell; A. LeBlanc; J. Flanagan. 




Secretary Gerald Peters, Robert Blakeslee, Al Buckley, President 
John Frado, Vice-President Roland Vitkauskas. 



Early in 1962, in an attempt to establish 
a better relationship between the Stock- 
bridge School and the University, the 
Stockbridge Service Organization was 
formed. Working closely with the four- 
year counterpart, Alpha Phi Omega, Stoso 
has engaged in several projects which have 
greatly benefited the campus community. 
Nearly all of the Stockbridge functions 
are either sponsored or assisted by Stoso. 
This past year Stoso worked with R.S.O. 
in an effort to co-ordinate the activities of 
hundreds of Recognized Student Organi- 
zations on campus. One of the largest 
projects Stoso completed this year was 
raising funds for the awarding of four- 
one-hundred dollar scholarships to Stock- 
bridge students. 



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Fred Scheyhing asks where Dean Jeffrey's office is! 



At your service! 




Freshmen members elected at the annual Progress Banquet are: First Row, Left to right: 
A. Dutra, A. King, R. Flemming, R. Bates, A. Bowles. Second Row: R. Kubiak, R. 
McGuire, L. Slack, M. Housman, W. Nooth, C. Wheeler. Third Row: D. Howard, J. 
Cockroft, P. Mabie, M. Anacker. 



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STOSAGir ^(^\HuT 




First Row, Left to right: G. Converse, F. Mazza, R. Yelle, B. Burbank, J. Riordoan, J. Padula, E. 
Rizzotto. Second Row: J. Traynor, J. Cummings, A. Cyr, J. Barrett, V. Norman, L. Jarkko, 
J. Berks, M. Davis, B. Buckley. 




When you look through these 
pages in future years and are re- 
minded of the two most important 
years of your life then we, the 
editors and staff, have been success- 
ful. We hope you enjoy our book 
of memories. 






m^^^^^^ AY\ 



Editor Ray Yelle — our hard-working hero! 




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Copy Editor Fran Mazza and Art Editor 
Al Bakker — Fran mispelled her own 
name. 



John Barrett, Assistant Editor Jim Berks, and Special Events Editor Al Cyr — who 
do they think they're fooling? 




Jack of all trades, Ed Rizzotto — dependable! 




Advisor, Mr. Goddard - 
coffee break! 



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'^^^ I SHORTHORN ' f ^J '-^ 




First Row, Left to right: J. Traynot, F. Mazza, Dean Fred P. Jeffrey, A. Cyr, B. Burbank, J. Riordan. 
Second Row: J. Berks, E. Rizzotto, R. Swanson. 




A vital link between faculty and students and 
between student and student is the Shorthorn. One 
might learn of a placement opportunity, the life 
history of a professor, or of the time and place of a 
club meeting. This is the third year and the best so 
far, of publication for the Shorthorn and its newness 
coupled with inexperience in the staff have held its 
scope primarily to social and athletic affairs. Age and 
added depth will surely give the Shorthorn a more 
comprehensive view of campus and student affairs. 



Editor, Al Cyr 



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Volumne 3 

Number 17 

Corresponding Sec.: Ronnie Swanson 

Business Manager: Alfred Bakker 

Campus Life Editor: Frances Mazza 



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Editor: Al Cyr 
Co-Editor: Charles Wheeler 
Sports Editor: Tony Divver 









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JUDICIARY 




First Row, Left to right: A. Cyr, L. Slack, F. McClure. 
Second Row: N. Taft, J. Padula. 



The Judiciary is formed in the pattern of the American Judicial 
Court, that is the defendant is innocent until proven otherwise. The 
benefits to members of the Judiciary and students are numerous because 
students are judging students and there is a greater understanding of 
the offenses. We feel that the Judiciary not only promotes better stu- 
dent discipline but also teaches the students the true meaning of 
American Government. As stated by our late President, John F. 
Kennedy, "The future of America lies in the hands of the new genera- 
tion, which is you, thus we must improve our moral standards through 
learning and fair judgment." 



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LEAR 




First Row, Left to right: R. Yelle, A. Buckley, D. Greenstein, A. Blackmer, J. Peters. Second 
Row: J. Doyle, B. Johnston, A. Cyr, P. Scott, B. Haworth. Third Row: P. Johnson, B. Blakes- 
lee, R. Churchill, A. Moriarty, F. Scheyhing, C. Frank. 



The Stockbridge Honor Society, Lear, is composed of senior students who have 
maintained a quality point average of 3.4 or better during the first three semesters. 
Membership in this group represents the highest scholastic award from the Stockbridge 
School. Those names which appear here are placed in the order of rank. 



Bruce Randall Johnson Wood Utilization 

Alfred Merrill Blackmer Animal Science 

Gerald James Peters Turf Management 

John James Frado . Arboricultiure and Park Management 
David Greenstein ... Restaiurant and Hotel Management 

William Edward Byers Turf Management 

Fred Scheyhing, Jr Turf Management 

Albert Normand Cyr Landscape Operations 

Charles Lawrence Frank Arboriculture and Park 

Management 
Paul Patrick Johnston Dairy Technology 



Arthur Edward Moriarty Turf Management 

Robert Roland Blakeslee Dairy Technology 

Raymond Paul Yelle, Jr. Arboriculture and Park 

Management 

Philip Scott Turf Management 

David Bruce Haworth Turf Management 

Richard Clark Churchill, Jr Floriculture 

Malcolm Nelson Haskell, Jr Turf Management 

Allan Roy Mackintosh Turf Management 

Richard Francis Buckley Animal Science 

James Francis Doyle, Jr Wood Utilization 



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ALPHA TAU GAMMA 





First Row, Left to right: R. Perry, D. Jankowski, N. Hayes, C. Johnson, "Ma", W. Lyford, S. 
Elmont, F. Buck, E. Toombs, E. Mathews. Second Row: D. Howard, T. Sullivan, G. Lukas, B. 
O'Brien, R. Hall, C. Bourne, T. Napoli, J. Dimock, G. Gentile, R. Callen, D. Spencer. Third Row: 
E. Bingham, B. Reed, D. Paquin, J. Crowell, A. Manjourides, C. Koines, P. Christo, R. Robbins, 
J. P. Kruglewicz. 



Alpha Tau Gamma was founded at the University of Massachusetts 
in 1919. It was founded by, and exclusively for, Stockbridge School 
students. It is a close link between the two-year and the four-year 
students being active participants in all inter-fraternity events. 

The green and gold has shown itself to be a true social fraternity 
with their frequent parties and exchange suppers with University and 
Stockbridge sororities. They have also invited Stockbridge professors to 
dinner. This is a means of creating a good relationship between the 
faculty, the student body, and the fraternity. 

This year A.T.G. initiated a building fund. They have received a 
tremendous response from the alumni and hope to have a new 
fraternity house by 1970. With their alumni rejuvenated, there is much 
to expect in the years ahead. 



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SIGMA SIGMA ALPHA 




First Row, Left to right: J. Brewer, P. Field, L. Jarkko, S. Gifford, S. Brennan. Second Row: 
Advisor Mrs. M. DuBois, S. Morse, M. Housman, M. Rossi, L. Slack, S. Pisher. 



Sigma Sigma Alpha is the first Stockbridge 
sorority and was founded only recently in 
February 1964. Those responsible for its begin- 
ning were: Lila Jarkko '64, Victoria Wheeler 
'63, Valerie Coleman '63. The purpose of Sigma 
Sigma Alpha is to stimulate scholastic excel- 
lence, provide a social organization for Stock- 
bridge women and encourage women to enter 
the field of agriculture. 



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First Row, Left to right: B. Reed, R. Hall, C. Alexander, M. Burke, J. Barrett, R. Mayo, A. Cyr, C. 
Bourne. Second Row: W. Nooth, J. Dolan, A. King, J. Carlson, M. Athanas, J. Colburn, R. Maxey, 
D. Tordoff. Third Row: Manager J. Berks, Coach S. Kosakowski. 



SOCCER 





Mike Burke — Outstanding Member 



Captain Robert Mayo thanking Coach 
Kosakowski. 



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Eight lettermen returned to form the nucleus 
of a potentially great soccer team. It appeared 
that this team could get up and really go. How- 
ever, this potential was never fully recognized 
due to lack of practice time, lack of depth, or 
lack of previous experience. More often than 
get up and go, the team couldn't quite catch, 
losing, when it did, by only narrow margins for 
a record of 1-4-1. 

A large number of freshmen are returning, 
and with the great spirit they've shown, next 
year's team should have a more successful 
season. More important, they will benefit, as 
the teams past, in a feeling of comradeship and 
sportsmanship. 



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Stockbridge 



FINAL SCORE 



Deerfield 4 



Stockbridge 2 Mount Vernon 



Stockbridse U of Mass Frosh 4 



Stockbridge Deerfield 1 



Stockbridge U of Mass J.V 1 



Stockbridge 



1 Hopkins 1 



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Kneeling, Left to right: P. Johnson, E. Mathews, J. Barrett, Co-Captain J. Halunen, R. Charlton, W. 
Nooth, A. Guertin. Standing: Coach Berquist, V. Ziemba, W. West, K. Stewart, A. Hunter, J. Silvia, 
E. Carpenter, A. Dutra, P. Johnson. 



BASKETBALL 




Jerry McCarthy — Outstanding Member. 



Co-Captains John Halunen and Jerry McCarthy with Coac 
Berquist. 



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November 12th was the beginning of one of 
Stockbridge's most successful basketball seasons. That was 
the first day the team met and soon after forty players 
turned out for the first practice. The turnout was led by 
co-captains Jerry McCarthy and John Halunen and seven 
seniors. The tough job of selecting the fifteen-man team 
was left to Coach Berquist. 

The team was characterized by a fine show of spirit. 
After losing its opening game to Northampton Com- 



mercial College the team bounced back to beat Windsor 
Mountain for the start of a four game winning streak. 
When the season ended the team's record was ten wins 
and four losses. 

Congratulations and thanks to Coach Berquist for the 
excellent job of coaching the team to such a successful 
season. High scorers Hunter and Nooth will be back 
next year giving promise of another fine season. 





Hunter at the 
free throw line. 





Rebound 



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WON 10 LOST 4 



Stockbridge 74 

Stockbridge 49 

Stockbridge 80 

Stockbridge 66 

Stockbridge 79 

Stockbridge 78 

Stockbridge 72 

Stockbridge 66 

Stockbridge 89 

Stockbridge 102 

Stockbridge 87 

Stockbridge 57 

Stockbridge 76 

Stockbridge 79 



Northampton Commercial College 88 

Windsor Mountain School 41 

Northampton Commercial College . . 79 

Winchendon School 57 

Athol YMCA 64 

Holyoke Junior College 82 

Cornwall Academy 61 

Northampton Commercial College 68 

Mount Hermon School J.V 76 

Worcester Junior College 79 

Winchendon School 75 

UMass Freshman 80 

Nathaniel Hawthorne College 69 

Holyoke Junior College 65 



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First Row, Left to right: C. Frank, R. Porter, H. Anderson, C. Tourigny, R. Yelle. Second Row: R. 
Gassett, S. Dicks, G. Hodson, B. Annese, Coach Marchant, G. Schonbeck, P. Mabie, M. Powers, 
D. Black. 





Jim Rocha — Outstanding Member. 



Captain Richard Porter thanking Coach Mar- 
chant. 



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Targeteers Down Pups 



Stockbridge Over Yale 



With an overall record of nine wins and 
three losses it has turned out to be the finest 
year so far for the 'targeteers.' Impressive 
victories were scored over the Yale and Univ. 
of Mass. Freshmen. Against Yale an all-time 
high scoring record of 1389 was made. 

Jim Rocha was the team's "big gun' this 
season. Other standouts include seniors Richard 
Porter, Harold Anderson, Clem Tourigny, and 
freshmen Steve Dicks and Jim Annese. 

There are three matches remaining and each 
of these encounters will prove difficult but the 
team is eagerly waiting their arrival in order to 
scratch up three more victories. A win over 
Dartmouth will enable Coach Marchant to say 
once again, "A winning year over the ivy-league 
contingent." 




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behind the scenes. 



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Helpful assistance 
from Colonel Marchant. 




RIFLE TEAM 



POSTAL MATCHES 



Stockbridge 1343 

Stockbridge 1318 

Stockbridge 1339 

Stockbridge 1307 

Stockbridge 1389 

Stockbridge 1329 



U. of Wyoming Forfeit 

New York State U Forfeit 

St. Bona venture U. of N. Y 1290 

Alliance College 1349 

U. of Idaho Forfeit 

Nasson College 1387 



SHOULDER-TO-SHOULDER MATCHES 



Stockbridge 1350 

Stockbridge 1389 

Stockbridge 1331 

Stockbridge 1324 

Stockbridge 1338 

Stockbridge 1382 



Northeastern U. Freshmen Forfeit 

UMass Freshmen 1292 

U, of Rhode Island Freshmen .... 1319 

Yale Freshmen :. 1266 

Trinity College Freshmen 1359 

Boston College Freshmen Forfeit 



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First Row, Left to right: T. Cronin, M. Connelly, M. Athanas, R. French, T. M. Burke. Second Row: 
J. Michaalko, R. Callen, D. Brown, K. Steede, D. Anderson, P. Langelier, D. Tedford, P. MacAllister, 
B. Nihan, Coach S. Kosakowski. 



HOCKEY 




Captain Matt Connelly — Outstanding Member with Coach John Faucette. 



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This year Stockbridge School made large strides towards permanently establishing 
a hockey team. A meeting was called in December by Steve Kosakowski and all interested 
players were to report to Curry Hicks Cage, Room 9. More than forty students showed 
up and Steve explained some of the problems the team was up against and what was 
expected of them as players. He introduced them to their new coach, Mr. Faucette, a 
University graduate. Because of the prolonged warm weather no definite practice date 
was set and it wasn't until January that the first practice was held. 

Considering the limited amount of practice time that they had, the Stockbridge 
hockey team did very well. Three games were scheduled. They lost two by very close 
scores, one to the University freshmen and one to Mount Hermon but were victorious 
over Deerfield Academy 4-2. 

The advent of a University-owned rink and consequently more practice and an 
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Stockbridge Campus 
X-Country Champs 




Everett Wilbur for a first. 



This year's Stockbridge cross country 
team emerged as campus champs in intra- 
mural cross country. Led by Captain 
Everett Wilbur, a powerful Stockbridge 
team placed six men in the top ten to 
capture individual and team honors in 
the annual intramural cross country meet 
held Saturday, November 2, 1963. The 
rain-soaked course slowed Wilbur so that 
his winning time of 7:27.7 was well be- 
hind the record he set last year. Following 
Everett in close second was Robert 
Charlton and a tie for fifth by Bud Back- 
ery and Wendell Nooth. 



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Wilbur and Charlton 
at the halfway mark. 




Backery and Nooth coming in for a fifth 
place tie. 



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SNO-BALL 



This year, as in the past, the annual Sno-Ball Dance was one of the big highlights of 
the Winter Carnival Weekend. Everyone there enjoyed the evening, dancing to the fine 
music of Bobby Kaye and his orchestra along with female vocalist Conni Vignone. 
Among the guests who attended were President and Mrs. Lederle, Dean and Mrs. Field, 
and Dean and Mrs. Jeffrey. 

The climax of the evening was the selection and crowning of the Queen and her 
Court. Dean Jeffrey crowned the Queen. 

To all who attended, the Sno-Ball proved to add to the completeness of the weekend 
festivities. 



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The Queen and her Court 



Left to right: Miss Sandy Charron, Miss Anne Dennehy, Miss Sandy Vauglin ■ 
the queen. Miss Marcia Bicknell, and Miss Susan Randolph. 




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Monday, March 9, 1964 — 6 :30-9 :30 P.M. 
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The Progress Banquet annually proves to 
be the biggest school event. This year was 
no exception. The largest number of stu- 
dents in the school's history received scholas- 
tic awards, much to the pleasure of Dean 
Jeffrey. 'S' Awards were given to all the 
athletic team members and the student body 
made their presentation to the outstanding 
professor and dedicated the yearbook. Prog- 
ress indeed; for every year the list of awards 
lengthens in which encouragement and rec- 
ognition are given for high scholastic and 
athletic ability and also outstanding student 
participation in extra-curricular activities. 



Professor Joseph Troll receiving the Outstanding 
Professor Award from John Traynor, Senior Class 
President. 



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Dean Jeffrey presenting Daniel Adams 
with a C. H. Hood Scholarship. 



Alan King, Jim Padula, Albert 
Cyr, and Vincent Norrman re- 
ceiving the Stoso Scholarships 
from Stoso's Treasurer, Dave 
Calverly. It looks like Al Cyr is 
already planning what to spend 
his on. 



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Stop & Shop Vice-President, 
Mr. Charles R. Carroll pre- 
senting Thomas Kelly with 
the Stop & Shop Scholarship. 




Ray Yelle, yearbook editor, officially dedicates the '64 
Stosag to Professor Alden Tuttle. 



Bruce Johnson, the senior with the highest quality 
point average, receives the New York Farmers' 
Scholarship from Dean Jeffrey. 



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Mike Burke, one of the four 
recipients of Athletic Outstanding 
Member Awards, receiving his 
trophy from Coach Kosakowski. 




Coach John Marchant pre? 
seating the Rifie 'S' Awards 




1964 LITTLE INTERNATIONAL 

The 24th Little International Livestock Show was presented at Grinnel Arena 
by the Animal Husbandry Club. Participants were the Stockbridge Animal Science 
Seniors and the University Animal Science Juniors. The show this year was 
dedicated to DAMSEL, the foundation mare of the University Morgan Horse band. 

In the Little International, students are judged on their ability to prepare, fit, 
and show an animal of their choice that they have worked with for six weeks prior 
to the show. Individual winners in the beef, sheep, swine, and horse classes are 
awarded prizes and ribbons for their accomplishments in the show. 

In addition to the hilarious "Coed Milking Contest", a new special event was 
instigated this year. The "Greased Pig Contest" enlivened the show and was 
enjoyed by all — except the participating exhausted pigs. 

The show serves a dual purpose in that it promotes a spirit of competition and 
sportsmanship among the students and serves as a classroom aide in giving the 
students a chance to put their 'learnings' into practice. 



PREMIER SHOWMANSHIP CONTEST 

John Prentice — Premier Showman 

Richard Buckley — Reserve Premier Showman 

Chester Lubelczyk — Honorable Mention 



FIRST PLACE WINNERS 

Swine — Chester Lubelczyk 
Sheep, Shropshire — Pauline Rivard 
Beef, Angus — John Flanagan 
Beef, Herefords — Fred Blackmer 
Beef Final — John Flanagan 
Horses, Morgan — Richard Buckley 



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Richard Buckley — Reserve Premier Showman 



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^~ :- "The society which scorns excellence in plumbing because plumbing is 

a humble activity, and tolerates shoddmess in philosophy because philosophy 
is an exaulted activity, will have neither good plumbing nor good philosophy. 
Neither its' pipes nor its' theories will hold water." 

John W. Garner, President of the Carnegie Foundation 



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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 



The following people have contributed greatly to 
the success of the 1964 Stosag and to them we extend 
our sincere thanks: 

to Professor George Goddard, Stosag advisor, for 
generously giving many hours of assistance. 

to all the students of Stockbridge for their co- 
operation. 

to Dean Jeffrey and his ofEce staff for their many 
suggestions and favors. 

to the Grenier-Ducharme Studio for their co-op- 
eration and excellent photographs. 

to all the members of the Student Activities Office 
for assisting us with many problems. 

to all the members of the University News Office 
for their suggestions and photographs. 

to Bob Surrette of the University Collegian Staff 
for his assistance and photographs. 

and to all others who have in any way contributed 
to make this yearbook a success. 

— Yearbook Stajf 



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