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Stockbridge School of tAgrieulture 



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STOSAG 



1965 



published by the class of 1965 



"In the paths where you have begun well, may you always continue to tread." 

FOREWORD 

As we graduate from the Stockbridge School of Agriculture, each one 
of us will carry cherished memories of our two years spent in receiving a 
higher education. The ideal of this school is to prepare the student with 
the necessary education needed for his chosen career. This education will 
always be useful no matter where our paths may lead. However, education 
doesn't insure success but only provides the necessary tools needed to attain 
this goal. Whether you use these tools for your benefit depends entirely 
upon you and you alone. The school has done its part and now it's time 
for you to do yours. 

The yearbook staff wishes the graduates of 1965 the best of luck and 
happiness. We sincerely hope that you will always treasure your 1965 
STOSAG as a remembrance of the education you received, the various 
social events you attended, and the many friends you made. 









Editor-in-Chief 






James Padula 




Secretary 


Advisor 


Business Manager 


Susan Gifford 


Dr. George Goddard 


George Pendleton 



CONTENTS 

Dedication 4 

Administration and Faculty 6 

Seniors 24 

Freshmen 58 

Clubs 72 

Organizations 98 

Sports 114 

Special Events 132 

Campus Life 150 



We Proudly Dedicate 

STOSAG 



1965 




To 



Maureen Flavin 



Few Stockbridge students graduate without having met or at least having their college 
lives influenced in some way by Maureen Flavin. 

Maureen has been serving the students at the University of Massachusetts in the RSO 
office since August, 1962. During this time she has helped the officers and members of the 
more than two hundred student organizations on campus in countless ways. Many club 
treasurers would have been completely bewildered if Maureen had not helped them over 
the hurdles and showed them how to keep orderly club records. 

Her courtesy to Stockbridge students plus her ability to handle the routine as well as 
the emergency detail of student programming has earned her the respect of the student body 
and her associates. Her RSO duties have required her to be stenographer, bookkeeper, 
advisor, and friend. Maureen has carried out these responsibilities so efficiently that she is 
frequently referred to as "Miss RSO" and because of her service to Stockbridge School, 
she has been made an honorary member of Stoso. 

Therefore, the class of 1965 hereby dedicates this 47th edition of STOSAG, to you, 
Maureen, in hope that it can in some way convey our "thanks". 




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President of the University, John W. Lederle, has 
often spoken of the Stockbridge School's part in the 
total University program and the way in which its grad- 
uates have distinguished themselves. He has played an 
important part in having our school's graduates receive 
the Associate's Degree in Agriculture. 

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




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






Arless A. Spielman, Dean and Director of the Col- 
lege of Agriculture, is a national leader in the agricul- 
tural field. Though he is seldom in personal contact 
with the Stockbridge students, our school's program has 
been greatly enriched by his association, an association 
which we are proud to have. 




Congratuktions to the Class of 1965 — one of the largest classes in many years. The 
vast majority of you will go directly to work in the area in which you are proficient. I am 
guessing that about twenty percent of you will wish to continue your education at one of 
the Land-Grant universities — including the University of Massachusetts. In any case I 
wish all of you well. 

Entrance to Stockbridge is becoming more and more difficult each year as the number 
of applications increase at a faster rate than the increasing quota. This will mean a more 
selective entrance policy than we have had in the past but it will mean that many well 
qualified applicants will have to be turned away. The Class of 1965 has been blessed with 
a high percentage of scholars — for proof of this contention I refer you to membership 
in LEAR. 

The Class of 1965 has an added distinction of which I am very proud, namely, it is 
completely free of the bearded misanthropes more commonly referred to as beatniks. This 
speaks well for the mental health and basic philosophy of life of Stockbridge students. 





Herschel G. Abbott 

Associate Professor of 
Forestry — M.F. 



George N. Agrios 

Assistant Professor of 
Plant Pathology— Ph. D. 





James F. Anderson 

Instructor of 
Horticulture — M.S. 



Allen V. Barker 

Assistant Professor of 
Plant Science— Ph. D. 





Richard E. Bergquist 

Assistant Professor of 
Physical Education 



David Bischoflf 

Professor of Physical Education 
Ph.D. 



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Alfred W. Boicourt 

Professor of 
Horticulture — M.S. 




Anthony Borton 

Assistant Professor of 
Animal Science — Ph. D. 




John H. Bragg 

Assistant Professor of 

Agricultural and 
Food Economics — M.S. 




William J. Bramlage 

Assistant Professor of 
Plant Science — Ph. D. 




Robert B. Bruce 

Assistant Professor of 
Animal Science — M.S. 




James W. Callahan 

Assistant Professor of 

Agricultural and 
Food Economics — M.S. 



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Richard E. Christ 

Graduate Assistant of 
Psychology — M.S. 



Margaret A. CoflFey 

Professor and Head of 

Department of Physical 

Education for Women — Ph.D. 





William H. Collins 

Assistant Professor of 

Agricultural Engineering — 

M.S. 



Gladys M. Cook 

Associate Professor of 
Home Economics — M.S. 





H. Alan Crowe 

Instructor in Landscape 
Architecmre — B.S. 



John W. Denison 

Instructor in Animal 
Science — ^B.S. 



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Marion S. DuBois 

Instructor in English — B.A. 



William B. Esselen 

Commonwealth Head of 

Department of Food Science 

and Technology — Ph.D. 





David A. Evans 

Assistant Professor of Food 
Science and Technology — ^M.S. 



Gerald A. Fitzgerald 

Professor of Agricultural 
Engineering — B.S. 





Maureen Flavin 

Recognized Student 
Organizations — Seaetary 



Stevenson W. Fletcher 

Instructor of Agricultural 
Engineering — M.S. 



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Richard C. Foley 

Professor of Animal 
Science — Ph.D. 



Thomas S. Foster 

Instructor in Forestry — M.S. 





Thomas W. Fox 

Professor of Veterinary and 

Animal Science and Head of 

Department — Ph.D. 



Harold B. Gatslick 

Professor of Forestry — Ph.D. 





George B. Goddard 

Assistant Professor of 
Horticulture — Ph.D. 



Frederick Greeley 

Associate Professor of Wildlife 
Biology— Ph.D. 



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Tom S. Hamilton, Jr. 

Assistant Professor of 
Landscape Architecture— M.S. 



John F. Hanson 

Professor of Entomology- 
Ph.D. 





Kirby M. Hayes 

Professor of Food Science 
and Technology — M.S. 



Robert B. Hoadley 

Assistant Professor of 
Forestry — Ph.D. 




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Ward M. Hunting 

Assistant Professor of Food 

Science and Technology — 

Ph.D. 



Ernest A. Johnson 

Assistant Professor of 

Agricultural Engineering — 

M.S. 

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Gordon S. King 

Professor of Aboriculture and 

Park Management — M.S. 



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 

Professor of Agricultural and 
Food Economics — Ph.D. 



John H. Lilly 
Professor of Entomology and 
Head of Depaartment — Ph.D. 



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Donald E. Lundberg 

Professor of Restaurant and 
Hotel Mahagement — Ph.D. 



Sidney J. Lyford 

Assistant Professor of 
Animal Science — Ph.D. 





Donald R. Marion 

Assistant Professor of 

Agricultural and Food 

Economics — M.S. 



Donald N. Maynard 

Assistant Professor of 
Horticulmre — Ph.D. 





Jane F. McCullough 

Assistant Professor of Home 
Economics — M.S. 



Louis F. Mickelson 

Assistant Professor of 
Agronomy — Ph.D. 



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Raymond H. Otto 

Professor of Landscape 

Architecture and Head of 

Department — M.L.A. 



Vincent Petronello 

Graduate Assistant in 
English— M.A. 





Edward S. Pira 

Assistant Professor of 

Agricultural Engineering- 

M.S. 



Frank E. Potter 

Associate Professor of Food 

Science and Technology — 

Ph.D. 




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Paul N. Procopio 

Professor of Landscape 
Architecture — M.S. 



Edith Reinisch 

Instructor in 
Bacteriology — M.S. 



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Lawrence D. Rhoades 

Associate Professor of 

Agricultural and Food 

Economics — M.S. 



Arnold D. Rhodes 

Professor of Forestry and 

Wildlife Biology and Head 

of Department — M.F. 





Russel E. Smith 

Professor of Veterinary 
Science— D.V.M. 



Robert J. Smyth, Jr. 

Professor of Animal 
Science— Ph.D. 





Franklin W. Southwick 

Professor of Plant and Soil 
Sciences and Head of 
Department — Ph.D. 



Richard A. Southwick 

Assistant Professor of 
Agronomy — M.S. 



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Herbert G. Spindler 

Assistant Professor of 

Agricultural and Food 

Economics — M.B.S. 



Richard L. Stromgren 

Instructor in Speech — M.A. 





Harvey L. Sweetman 

Professor of 
Entomology — Ph.D. 



Joseph Troll 

Assistant Professor of 
Agronomy — M.S. 





Alden P. Turtle 

Assistant Professor of 

Horticulture — M.S. 



Donald V. P. Waddington 

Instructor in 
Agronomy — Ph.D. 



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Ellsworth H. Wheeler 

Professor of 
Entomology — Ph.D. 



Earle D. Whitney 

Instructor in Park 

Management — B.S. 





Albert L. Wrisley, Jr. 

Assistant Professor of 
Restaurant and Hotel 
Management — ^M.A. 



John M. Zak 

Assistant Professor of 
Agronomy — ^M.S. 




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TIME MAI 







James W. Callahan 



Thomas W. Fox 







David A. Evans 



George B. Goddard 




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Richard C. Foley 



Tom S. Hamilton 



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MES ON 







John F. Hanson 



Russell E. Smith 







Louis F. Mickelson 



Richard A. Southwick 






Edward S. Pira 



John M. Zak 



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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 









DANIEL RODNEY ADAMS 
Saunders Rd. West Townsend, Mass. 

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

Future Plans; Beef Farming 
Activities; Animal Husbandry Club 2; 
Young Republican Club 1; Little Inter- 
national; Dairy Classic, Y.A.F. 2 




RICHARD KENNETH ANDERSON 

347 Washington St. Woburn, Mass. 
Major: Floriculture 

Placement: V. M. Lindquist and Son, 
Woburn, Mass. 

Future Plans: Own Greenhouse Estab- 
lishment 

Activities: Floriculture Club 1, 2; Hock- 
ey 1, 2 





DAVID ANTHONY ALLESSIO 
173 Longview Terrace Pittsfield, Mass. 
Major: Dairy Technology 
Placement: Crescent Creamery, Pittsfield, 
Mass. 

Future Plans: Further Education 
Activities; Dairy Technology Club 1, 2; 
Basketball Manager 1, 2; Stosag 1, Art 
Editor, Faculty Editor 




MATTHEW CARLISLE ANACKER 
Ventura Lane Pikesville, Md. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Mana- 
gement 

Placement: A&A Tree Experts, Pikes- 
ville, Md. 

Future Plans: Transfer to Park Adminis- 
tration 

Activities; Arbor & Park Club 1, 2, 
Vice-President 1, President 2; Stoso 1, 2 




JOHN A. ALPHONSE, JR. 
218 Water St. Framingham, Mass. 

Major; Hotel and Restaurant Manage- 
ment 

Placement; Maridor Restaurant, Fra- 
mingham, Mass. 
Future Plans: Hotel Industry 
Activities: Innkeepers Club 1, 2, Vice- 
President 2; Intramural Football 2; In- 
tramural Volleyball 2; I.F.T. Banquet 1, 
2; President's Christmas Party 1, 2; In- 
keepers Representative, New York Hotel 
Show 2, Boston Hotel Show 2. 




WILLIAM DENNIS ANNESE 
408 High St. Webster, Mass. 

Major: Park Management 
Placement; Douglas State Forest, Doug- 
las, Mass. 

Future Plans; Employment in National 
Park Service 

Activities: Arbor & Park Club 1,2; Rifle 
Team 1,2, Vice-President 2; Senator 2; 
Stoso 2 



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ALFRED RAYMOND BACHAND 
183 West St. Southbridge, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: New London Country Club, 
Waterford, Conn. 
Future Plans: Superintendent 
Activities: Turf Club 1, 2; Basketball 2 




RICHARD EUGENE BARROWS 

North Norwich, N. Y. 
Major: Wood Utilization 
Placement: Ford Homes, Mcdonough, 
N. Y. 

Future Plans: Construction of prefabri- 
cated homes 
Activities: Forestry Club 




ALEXANDER FRANK BACKRY 

77 Pleasant St. Manchester, Mass. 

Major: Hotel and Restaurant Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Town Luncheonette, Man- 
chester, Mass. 

Future Plans: Field of Personnel Mana- 
gement 

Activities: Inkeepers Football; Cross 
Country Track; Intramural Tennis Tour- 
nament; Intramural Wrestling Tourna- 
ment; Basketball 




JAMES ALVAN BARRUS 
Stone Rd. Lithia, Mass. 

Major: Dairy Technology 
Placement: Wentworth Farm, So. Am- 
herst, Mass. 

Future Plans: Work in Dairy plant in 
the South 

Aaivities: Stosag 2, Editor of majors 
and cljibs; Stoso 1, 2; Dairy Technology 
Club 1, 2; Square Dance Club 1 




JOHN G. BARRATT 
19 Lake St. Sherborn, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Beech Hill Farm, Ashland, 
N. H. 

Fumre Plans: Livestock transportation 
or blacksmithing 

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




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PETER RAYMOND BASS 
29 Darling St. Acushnet, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Sunningdale Country Club, 
Scarsdale, N. Y. 

Fumre Plans: Golf Course Superinten- 
dent 

Aaivities: Turf Club 1, 2; Intramural 
Football 2; Intramural Softball 2; Senate 
1, 2 




DOUGLAS MACKENZIE BIRNIE 

St. Stephen New Brunswick, Canada 

Major: Poultry Science 
Placement: Brant Lake Camp, Brant Lake, 
N. Y. 

Future Plans: Further Education and go 
into the field of marketing and adver- 
tising in Agriculture 

Aaivities: Counselor in Berkshire House; 
Announcer at WMUA 1, 2; Senator 1; 
Poultry Club 1, 2 




STEVEN W. BIRCH 
35 Grove St. Lexington, Mass. 

Major: Poultry Science 
Placement: Chip In Farm, Bedford, Mass. 
Future Plans; Further Education 
Attivities: Alpha Tau Gamma 1, 2; 
Poultry Club 1, 2 




DAN MILTON BLACK 
Clary Rd. Williamsburg, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Donald McGray, So. Hadley, 
Mass. 

Future Plans: Dairy farming 
Activities: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2; 
Scuba Club 1; Square Dance Club 1, 2; 
4-H Club 1, 2; Equestrian Club 1, 2; 
Rifle Team 1, 2; Young Republicans 2; 
Little International 2; Dairy Classic 2; 
State Agricultural Committee; University 
Slaughter Crew, YAP 




RONNIE BATES 
17 Beacon St. Marblehead, Mass. 

Major: Food Distribution 
Placement: Marblehead Supermarket, 
Marblehead, Mass. 
Future Plans: Further Education 
Activities: Stoso 1, 2; Smdent Senate 1, 
2; Food Distribution Club 1, 2; Stoso 
Ways and Means Conmiittee; Senate Stu- 
dent Aaivities Committee 




EDWARD JOSEPH BINGHAM 
39 Marlboro St. Dedham, Mass. 

Major: Floriculture 

Placement: Tucy Brothers, Buzzards Bay, 
Mass. 

Future Plans: Further Education 
Activities: Alpha Tau Gamma 1, 2, Ri- 
tual Chairman 2; Floriculture Club; Scuba 
Club; I.F.C. Sports 1, 2 




ROBERT ALLEN BERGSTROM 
89 Farnum Rd. Waltham, Mass. 

Major: Horticulture 

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

Future Plans: Further Education 
Aaivities: President of Berkshire House 
1; Horticulture Club 1, 2, Secretary, 
Treasurer 



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GEORGE ACKERMAN BROTHERS 

4 Hartshorn Ave. Worcester, Mass. 

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

Future Plans: Superintendent in North- 
ern New England 
Aaivities: Turf Club 




REYNOLD LEO BROWN, JR. 

399 North Ave. Weston, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Seltzers Garden City, Newton, 
Mass. 

Future Plans: Further Education 
Activities: Land Op. Club 1, 2; Intra- 
mural Football 1, 2 





JOHN GARY BOLDEBOOK 

103 Florida Drive Agawam, Mass. 

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

Fumre Plans : Golf Course Superintendent 
Activities: Turf Club, Treasurer 1, Pro- 
gram Chairman 2; Alpha Tau Gamma 



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CLIFFORD AUSTIN BOURNE 
406 Lincoln Ave. Saugus, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Franklin P. Fox, Dracut, 
Mass. 

Future Plans: Work with Dairy cattle 
Activities: Soccer 1, 2; Alpha Tau Gam- 
ma I, 2, Chaplin 2, Corresponding Secre- 
tary 2; Animal Science Club 1, 2; Bay 
State Dairy Classic 2; Little International 




ALLEN MILTON BOWLES 
Lexington Rd. Lincoln, Mass. 

Major: Food Distribution 
Placement: Lawson's Farm and Cider 
Mill, Lincoln, Mass. 
Future Plans: Further Education 
Activities: Class President 1, 2; Senate 1, 
2, Budget Committee 2; Food Distribu- 
tion Club 1, 2; Agricultural Weekend; 
Sno-Ball 1, 2, General Chairman 1 




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JUDITH ELLEN BREWER 

77 Norton St. No. Weymouth, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 

Placement: East Hill Farm, Oakham, 

Mass. 

Fumre Plans: Raising Dairy cows 

Activities: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2; 

Senate 1, 2; Dairy Club 1; Equestrian 

Club 1; Dairy Classic; Little International 

1, 2; Sigma Sigma Alpha 1, 2, Secretary 

2; Qirls' Rifle Team 1 






ARTHUR GERARD BUSHER 
123 Pond St. Waltham, Mass. 

Major: Hotel and Restaurant Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Brant Lake Camp for Boys, 
Brant Lake, N. Y. 

Future Plans: Institutional Management 
Activities: Inkeepers Club 1, 2; Newman 
Club 1, 2; Berkshire House Treasurer 1, 
Counselor 2; Stoso 2; LF.T. Banquet 1, 
2; President's Christmas Party 1, 2; Rep- 
resentative, New York Hotel Show 2, 
Boston Hotel Show 



WILLIAM B^AND BYRNE 
46 Main St. Hatfield, Mass. 

Major: Arbor and Park Management 
Placement: Henry J. Boudo, Landscape 
and Maintenance Service 
Future Plans: Undecided 
Activities: Arbor Club 1, 2; Soccer 2. 



CAROL FRANCES BUCELWICZ 
40 Lincoln St. Brighton, Mass. 

Major: Dairy Technology 
Placement: Instimte of Agricultural and 
Industrial Microbiology, U. of Mass. 
Future Plans: Further Education 
Activities: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2; 
Dairy Technology Club 1, 2, Senate Rep- 
resentative 2; Equestrian Club 1; Sigma 
Sigma Alpha 2; Shorthorn 2; State Ag. 
Weekend Committee 






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WILLIAM JOSEPH BURZENSKI 
Main St. Sterling, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Bigelow Nurseries, North- 
boro, Mass. 

Future Plans: Further Education 
Aaivities: Land Op. Club 1, 2, President 
2; Agricultural Weekend 2 



BRUCE W. 

219 West Street 
Major: Animal Science 
Placement: U. of Mass. Farm, 
Mass. 

Fumre Plans : Raising and Breeding Mor- 
gans 

Activities: Equestrian Club, President 2; 
Program Chairman 1; Animal Husbandry 
Club 1 



RICHARD M. CALLEN 

17 Alden Rd. Watertown, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 

Placement: Oakley Country Club, Water- 
town, Mass. 
Future Plans: Work 

Activities: Turf Club 1, 2; Alpha Tau 
Gamma 1, 2; Hockey 1, 2 



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CARMEN CHARLES CAPOZZI 

43 Dwight St. Dedham, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Norfolk Golf Club, West- 
wood, Mass. 

Future Plans: Golf Course Superintendent 
Activities: Track; Football 




JOHN LINCOLN CARLSON 
42 Old Upton Rd. Grafton, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Grafton State Hospital, No. 
Grafton, Mass. 
Future Plans: State work 
Activities: Soccer 1; Senate 2 





ALEXANDER EDEN CLARKSON 
Knowles Corner Rye, N. H. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Wethersfield Country Club, 
Wethersfield, Conn. 
Future Plans: Superintendent 
Activities: Turf Club 




PETER R. CARLSON 
9 Farm Street Dover, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Mass. Dept. of Natural Re- 
sources, Cochituate State Park, Cochituate, 
Mass. 

Future Plans: Work for National Park 
Service 
Aaivities: Arbor and Park Club 



MICHAEL CHARLES CLERY, JR. 
503 Boston Rd. Bellerica, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Home Placement 
Future Plans: Further Education 
Activities: Animal Science Club; F.F.A. 
Little International 2; Dairy Classic 2 




ALAN RICHARD COBB 
841 Circuit St. West Hanover, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: U. of Mass., Amherst, Mass. 
Future Plans: Further Education 
Activities: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2, 
Vice-President 2; Agricultural Weekend; 
Little International; Dairy Classic 



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STEPHEN A. COBB 
Holly Lane Mattapoisett, Mass. 

Major: Wood Utilization 
Placement: Vaitses Boatyard, Mattapoi- 
sett, Mass. 

Future Plans: Pulp and Paper Industry 
in Maine 
Activities: Wood Utilization Club 



JAMES HENRY COCKROFT 
14 Ash Street Belmont, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Shady Oaks Ranch, Brown- 
wood, Texas 

Future Plans: Ranch Work 
Activities: Stoso 1, 2; Animal Science 
Club 2; Dorm Football 1; Little Inter- 
national 2; Dairy Classic 2 



JAMES BOWMAN COLE 
2350 Benning Rd. Columbus, Georgia 
Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Fort Benning Country Club, 
Fort Benning, Ga. 

Future Plans : Golf Course Superintendent 
Activities: Turf Club, Vice-President 1 






MICHAEL STEWART CONNELLY 
565 River Road Agawam, Mass. 

Major: Hotel and Restaurant Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Midway Motor Hotel, Flush- 
ing, N. Y. 

Activities: Innkeepers Club; Intramural 
Football, Softball, Volleyball; Represen- 
tative, New York Hotel Show, Boston 
Hotel Show 



GLENN ALLEN COOKSON 
Howland Rd. E. Freetown, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Bardett Tree Experts, See- 
konk, Mass. 

Fumre Plans: Further Education 
Activities: Land. Op. Club 1, 2; Alpha 
Tau Gamma 2; Cross Country 2 



BRIAN MORGAN COWAN 
144 Park Ave. Portland, Me. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Spring Valley Country Club, 
Sharon, Mass. 

Future Plans: Golf Course Superintendent 
Activities: Turf Club 



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WILLIAM EDWARD COWLEY, III 

216 Parker St. So. Acton, Mass. 

Mojor: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: U. S. Forest Service, Superior, 
Montana 

Future Plans: Further Education — Bio- 
Chemistry 
Activities: Soccer, Stoso 





JOHN FRANCIS CRONIN 
18 Edgewood Road Scituate, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Huntington Crescent Club, 
Huntington, N. Y. 
Future Plans: Superintendent 
Activities: Turf Club 1, 2 



JOEL BARRY CREEGER 

244 Shaker Rr. E. Longmeadow, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 

Placement: Creeger Brothers Farm, East 

Longmeadow, Mass. 

Future Plans: Further Education 

Activities: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2, 

Treasurer 2; Little International 2; Dairy 

Classic 2; Agricultural Weekend 




JOHN ANDREW CRONEST, JR. 
35 Exeter St. Lawrence, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Crystal Springs Golf Course, 
Haverhill, Mass. 

Future Plans: Golf Course Superintendent 
Aaivities: Turf Club 1, 2; Basketball 1; 
Intramural Football 2 




LEO JOSEPH CRONIN 
9 Elm Court Andover, Mass. 

Major: Hotel and Restaurant Manage- 
ment 

Placement: "Hot Shoppes" Inc., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Future Plans: Further Education — Club 
or Hotel Management 
Activities: Innkeepers 1, 2, Senator; I.F.T. 
Banquet 1, 2; Representative, New York 
Hotel Show, Boston Hotel Show; Presi- 
dent's Christmas Party 1, 2; Float Com- 
mittee; Innkeepers Football 2; Host of 
Guest Lectures; Gourmet Tours 1 




PHILIP LEE DAMON 
2 1 Cleverly St. Abington, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment — Dept. of Natural Resources, 
Myles Standish State Forest, Mass. 
Future Plans: Park Work 
Activities: Park Management Club 



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JOSEPH EUGENE DeMARINO 
59 Grand View Ave. So. Portland, Me. 
Major: Hotel and Restaurant Manage- 
ment 

Activities: I.F.T. Banquet; Italian Gour- 
met Dinner; Innkeepers Club 



JOHN W. DEVEREUX 
Northwest Rd. Spencer, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Bemis Farms Nursery, Spen- 
cer, Mass. 

Future Plans: Own Business and Nursery 
Activities: Land. Op. Club 1, 2, Treasurer 
2; Shorthorn 1; Agriculture Fair 2 






JAMES M. DOLAN 
217 Chestnut St. Randolph, Mass. 

Major: Dairy Technology 
Placement: United Farmers, Boston, Mass. 
Activities: Soccer 1, 2; Dairy Tech Club 
1, 2, Program Committee; Intramural 
Basketball 



STEVAN EDWARD D0^54^MEY 
81 Glenwood St. Lynn, Mass. 

Major: Dairy Technology 
Placement: Borden Ice Cream Co., Wo- 
burn, Mass. 

Future Plans: Further Education or Peace 
Corps 
Activities: Dairy Club 1, 2 




STEPHEN JAMES DICKS 
3 Sylvan Way Wayland, Mass. 

Major: Park Management 
Placement: Brookline Park Dept., Brook- 
line, Mass. 

Future Plans: Own Park 
Activities: Arbor Club 1, 2;. Rifle Team 
1, 2, Captain 2 




GEORGE MICHAEL DRISCOLL 
16 Avon Street Stoneham, Mass. 

Major: Park Management 
Placement: Mass. Dept. of Natural Re- 
sources, Harold Parker State Forest, No. 
Andover, Mass. 
Future Plans: Millionaire 
Activities: Arbor and Park Club 1, 2; 
Dean's List 1, 2; Intramural Football 1 



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ARTHUR ANTHONY DUTRA 
122 Cornell St. New Bedford, Mass. 
Major: Food Distribution 
Future Plans: Further Education 
Activities: Soccer 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; 
Class Treasurer 1, 2; Stoso 1, 2; Senate 
1, 2; Food Distribution Club 1, 2, Secre- 
tary, Treasurer 2; Senate Athletic Com- 
mittee 2; Sno-Ball Committee 1, 2; Agri- 
cultural Weekend 2; Alpha Phi Omega; 
Intra Cross Country Team Coach 1, 2; 
Intradorm Football Coach 1 




RICHARD WESLEY FELTON 
26 Tremont St. Provincetown, Mass. 

Major: Hotel and Restaurant Manage- 
ment 

Placement: The Cottage Restaurant, Pro- 
vincetown, Mass. 

Future Plans: Own Restaurant and Motel 
Activities: Innkeepers Club 1, 2, Secre- 
tary; President's Christmas Party; I.F.T. 
Banquet; Representative, New York Hotel 
Show, Boston Hotel Show; WMUA; 
Gourmet Dinners; Float Committee 




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BRUCE PRYOR EISENHAUER 
25 Tide Winds Ter. Marblehead, Mass. 
Major: Floriculmre 

Placement: Smith Florist Inc., Marble- 
head, Mass. 

Future Plans: Own Florist Shop 
Activities: Floriculture Club; Amherst 
Railway Society 




ROBERT JOSEPH FLEMING 
90 Florence St. Worcester, Mass. 

Major: Food Distribution 
Placement: Stop & Shop, Worcester, 
Mass. 

Future Plans: Further Education 
Activities: Secretary Senior Class; Stoso 
2; Food Distribution Club 1, 2, Vice- 
President 2; Soccer 2; Basketball Mana- 
ger 1, 2; Shorthorn 2; Senate, Student 
Activities Committee; Sno-Ball 2; Alpha 
Phi Omega 





ALAN W. ERICKSON 
91 Pine View Worcester, Mass. 

Major: Floriculture 

Placement: Hixon's Greenhouses, Wor- 
cester, Mass. 

Future Plans: Undecided 
Aoivities: Floriculture Club 1, 2 




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PENELOPE FIELD 
Neck Road Mattapoisett, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: East Over Farms, Rochester, 
Mass. 

Future Plans: Raise Horses 
Activities: Stosag; Animal Husbandry 
Club 1, 2; Sigma Sigma Alpha, Treasu- 
rer; Shorthorn; Dairy Classic; Little In- 
ternational; Equestrian Club 1 






CECIL ROY FRENCH 
RR #3 Hamilton Ontario, Canada 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Glendale Golf & Country 
Club, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada 
Future Plans : Golf Course Superintendent 
Activities: Turf Club 1, 2; Hockey 1, 2; 
Soccer 2 



RICHARD ALAN FRENCH 
489 Whipple Rd. Tewksbury, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Vesper Country Club, Tyngs- 
boro, Mass. 

Future Plans: Superintendent of Golf 
Course 
Activities : Turf Club 1 , 2 



HUBERT E. FRENETTE 

Vista, California 
Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Tekoa Country Club, West- 
field 

Future Plans: Unknown 
Activities: Turf Club 1, 2 







PHILLIP JOSEPH GAGNON 
38 Prescott Ave. Haverhill, Mass. 

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

Future Plans: Further Education at Okla- 
homa State 

Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Dairy Judging Team 1963; Agriculmral 
Fair 2 



PETE H. GALLANT 
Bridge St. Lanesborough, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Buckley Farm, Lanesborough, 
Mass. 

Future Plans: Dairy Farming 
Activities: Animal Science Club 



JAMES M. GARRETT 
22 Birmingham Rd. Worcester, Mass. 
Major: Turf Management 
Placement: New London Country Club, 
Waterford, Conn. 
Future Plans: Undecided 
Activities: Turf Club I, 2 



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HARRY ELLIOT BAKER GIBLEY 
4 Allen Lane Ipswich, Mass. 

Major; Dairy Teclinology 
Placement: Swift Ice Cream Co., Lynn, 
Mass. 

Future Plans: Ice Cream Operations 
Activities: Alpha Phi Omega; Alpha Tau 
Gamma 





SUSAN MARTHA GIFFORD 
132 Fisherville Lane So. Westport, Mass. 
Major: Floriculture 

Placement; BufFinton Florist, Inc., Fall 
River, Mass. 

Future Plans: Floral Designer 
Activities: Senate 1, 2, Vice-President 2; 
Floriculture Club 1, 2, Secretary 2; Sigma 
Sigma Alpha 1, 2, President 2, Vice- 
President 1; Stoso 2; Stosag 2, Senior 
Editor; Agricultural Fair 2 






DOUGLAS C GLENNIE 
10 Cheever Circle Andover, Mass. 

Major: Dairy Technology 
Placement: Glennie's Dairy, No. And- 
over, Mass. 
Future Plans ; Work 
Activities: Dairy Club 




ROBERT EDWARD GREEN 
12 Oak Rd. Norwood, Mass. 

Major; Park Management 
Placement: National Park Service, Cape 
Cod, Mass. 

Future Plans; Work for National Park 
Service 

Activities: Park Management Club 1, 2 




ROBERT STUART GILMORE 
221 Robinson Rd. Acushnet, Mass. 

Major; Animal Science 
Placement; Mirrodale Farm, Acushnet, 
Mass. 

Future Plans: Farm Work 
Aoivities; F.F.A. 1; Animal Science Club 
1,2 




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LEE JOEL GLUSHIEN 
409 Trafton Rd. Springfield, Mass. 

Major: Floriculture 

Placement: Mascaro's Florist, Springfield, 
Mass. 

Future Plans; Own Florist Shop 
Activities: Floriculture Club 1, 2; Senate 
2; Sno-Ball; Stoso 2; Yahoo; Agriculmral 
Fair 






JAY HOWARD GROHMAN 
166 So. Common St. W. Lynn, Mass. 
Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Frost & Higgins, Arlington, 
Mass. 

Future Plans : Further Education — Land- 
scape Architecmre 
Aaivities: Land. Op. Club 



ALFRED P. GUERTIN 
582 Pearl St. Gardner, Mass. 

Major: Wood Utilization 
Placement: S. Bent & Brothers, Gardner, 
Mass. 

Future Plans: Work for S. Bent & Broth- 
ers 
Activities: Basketball; Forestry Club 



KENNETH FREDRICK GUSTAFSON 
102 Granite Place Milton, Mass. 

Major: Hotel and Restaurant Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Geneva Point Camp, Lake 
Winnipesaukee, N. H. 
Future Plans: Resort Work 
Activities: Innkeepers 1, 2; President's 
Christmas Party 1, 2; Representative New 
York Hotel Show 






ROBERT HUNTER HALL 
Vacation Lane Harwich, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Eastward Ho Country Club, 
Chathamport, Mass. 

Future Plans: Golf Course Superinten- 
dent 

Activities: Soccer 1, 2; Alpha Tau Gam- 
ma 1, 2, President 2; Land Op. Club 1; 
Turf Club 2 



PHILIP EARLE HAMMOND 
12 Pleasant St. Holdan, Mass. 

Major: Arborculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Mass. Dept. of Natural Re- 
sources, Boston, Mass. 
Future Plans: Park Work 
Activities: Arbor and Park Club 



RONALD H. HOELZER 

44 Eliot Street So. Natick, Mass. 

Major: Dairy Technology 

Placement: Sunshine Dairy, Sherborn, 

Mass. 

Future Plans: Further Education 

Activities: Dairy Club 1, 2; Soccer Team 

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MARION LOUISE HOUSMAN 
52 Dell Street Turner's Falls 

Major: Hotel and Restaurant Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Bill's Restaurant, Greenfield, 
Mass. 

Future Plans: Hotel Management 
Activities: Stoso 1, 2, Secretary 2, Ex- 
ecutive Council 2; Sigma Sigma Alpha 1, 
2; Innkeepers 1,2; Floriculture Club 2 





ALFRED THOMAS INGHAM, IV 

19 Westford Ave. Springfield, Mass. 

Major; Hotel and Restaurant Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Friendly's Ice Cream, Spring- 
field, Mass. 

Future Plans: Hotel and Restaurant Busi- 
ness 

Activities: Intramural Football 2, Soft- 
ball 2, Volleyball 2; Innkeepers Club 1, 
2, Treasurer 2; President's Christmas 
Party 1, 2; I.F.T. Banquet 2; Repre- 
sentative, New York Hotel Show 2, Bos- 
ton Hotel Show 2 




DONALD HOWARD 

36 Bodwell St. Somerset, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Manual J. Bettencourt & Sons, 
So. Westport, Mass. 

Future Plans: To Teach Vocational Agri- 
culture 

Activities: Alpha Tau Gamma 1, 2; Stu- 
dent Senate 1, 2; Stoso 1, 2, Treasurer 2; 
Animal Science Club 1, 2; Bay State 
Dairy Classic 2 




ALAN CHRISTOPHER HUNTER 

Aurora, Ohio 
Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Chagrin Valley Country Club, 
Chagrin Falls, Ohio 

Future Plans: Golf Course Construction 
Superintendent 

Activities: Turf Club; Basketball 1, Co- 
Captain 2 




CARL GORDEL JAHN 
208 Hurlburt Rd. Syracuse, N. Y. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: The Kennedy Nursery, Green- 
wich, Conn. 

Future Plans: Further Education — in 
Landscape Architecture 
Activities: Land. Op. Club 




PETER ED'WARD JOHNSON 
53 Mechanic St. Orange, Mass. 

Major: Arborculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Stewart's Nursery & Land- 
scaping, Turner's Falls, Mass. 
Future Plans: Conservation Work 
Aaivities: Basketball 1, 2; Soccer 2 



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DONALD SCOTT JONES 
17 Laurel St. Wellesley, Mass. 

Major: Park Management 
Placement: Ashland State Park, Ashland, 
Mass. 

Future Plans: Park Administration Field 
Activities: Arbor and Park Club 1, 2; 
Soccer 2; Senate 1; Intramural Sports 




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RICHARD WAYNE KUBIAK 

480 Kempton St. New Bedford, Mass. 

Major: Dairy Technology 

Placement: Remington's All Star Dairy, 
Hope, R. I. 

Future Plans: Further Education — Micro- 
Biology 

Activities: Stoso; Dorm Vice-President 
1; Alpha Tau Gamma; Scuba Club 1, 2; 
Senate; Dairy Club 1, 2 





STANLEY ROBERT KALISHMAN 
5 Margaret Road Stoneham, Mass. 

Major: Floriculmre 

Placement: White & Johnson, Wakefield, 
Mass. 

Future Plans: Air Force Career 
Activities: S.Z.O. Stockbridge 1, 2, Presi- 
dent 2; Flori Club 1, 2; R.O.T.C. 1, 2; 
Info. Office Air Force; Photo Editor Sto- 
sag 2; Agricultural Fair 2 



ALAN FRANCIS KING 
138 Mt. Vernon St. Fitchburg, Mass. 

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

Future Plans: Further Education 
Activities: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2; 
Agriculwral Weekend, Co-Chairman; Lit- 
tle International; Dairy Classic; Soccer 1, 
2; Stoso 1,2, President 2 





PAUL LOUIS LANGEVIN 
321 Greenwood St. Worcester, Mass. 

Major: Hotel and Restaurant Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Mt. Pleasant Country Club, 
Boylston, Mass. 

Activities: Intramural Football, Softball; 
Innkeepers Club; Basketball 



DAVID FREDERICK LAROCHELLE 

Heald Street Pepperell, Mass. 

Major: Horticulmre 

Placement: Hawbuck Orchards, Havard, 

Mass. 

Future Plans: Further Education 

Activities: Horticulmre Club, President 



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JAMES LEE LAWRENCE 
28 Lawrence St. West Boylston, Mass. 
Major: Dairy Technology 
Placement: HiUcrest Dairy Inc., Worces- 
ter, Mass. 

Future Plans: Further Education 
Activities: Dairy Club 1, 2; Soccer 1, 2; 
Stosag, Faculty Editor, Co-Editor of Pho- 
tography; Winter Carni Dorm Committee 




RUSSELL MARSTON LAWTON 

72 North Street Foxboro, Mass. 

Major: Poultry Science 

Placement: Brant Lake Camp, Brant Lake, 

N. Y. 

Fumre Plans: Further Education — U. of 

N. H. 

Activities: Poultry Club 1, 2, Secretary, 

Treasurer; Dairy Cattle Judging Team 1 





BRADFORD STILES LEACH, JR. 
22 Elm St. West Acton, Mass. 

Major: Dairy Technology 
Placement: Wm. J. Burbeck Co., Lowell, 
Mass. 

Future Plans: Further Education 
Aaivities: Dairy Club 1, 2, Treasurer; 
Soccer 1 



JOSEPH FRANK LeBLANC 
19 Berwick St. Worcester, Mass. 

Major: Park Management 
Placement: Brewer Tree Co., Worcester, 
Mass. 

Future Plans: Further Education 
Activities: Arbor and Park Club 1, 2 




LEON JOSEPH LEVELLIE 

Purchase Street Middleboro, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 

Placement: Home Placement 

Fuwre Plans: Construction Work — Own 

Dairy Farm 

Activities; Animal Husbandry Club; 

Slaughter Crew 




LAWRENCE F. LINCOLN, JR. 

472 Beechwood St. Cohasset, Mass. 

Major: Park Management 

Placement: Myles Standish State Forest, 

Plymouth, Mass. 

Future Plans: Park Management 

Activities: Arbor and Park Club 1, 2, 

Secretary, Treasurer; Intramural Sports 2 



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RICHARD DIXON LONGO 

145 Whitman Ave. Melrose, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: U-Like Cone Corp., Melrose, 
Mass. 

Future Plans: Veterinarian School 
Activities: Animal Science Club 1; A.F. 
Glee Club 1, 2; Alpha Tau Gamma 1; 
Alpha Tau Omega 2; Canterbury Associa- 
tion 2 



ALVARO DARIO MALDONADO 

Box 29 Valencia, Venezuela 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: C. A. Invega, Valencia, Vene- 
zuela 

Future Plans: Further Education in Agri- 
culmral Business at Cornell U. 
Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Dairy Club 1, 2 



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RICHARD MOWRY MARIANO 

18 Warwick Dr. Westwood, Mass. 

Major: Hotel and Restaurant Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Hotel Corporation of Amer- 
ica, Boston, Mass. 
Future Plans: Hotel Manager 
Activities: Innkeepers 1, 2; Intramural 
Football, Softball, Volleyball; I.F.T. Din- 
ner; President's Christmas Party; Repre- 
sentative, New York Hotel Show, Boston 
Hotel Show 






GEORGE ALFRED MARSHALL, III 
331 Marshall Rd. Fitchburg, Mass. 

Major: Horticulmre 

Placement: Romac Orchards, Sanford, 
Maine 

Fumre Plans: Work at Marshall Farm 
Inc. 



WILLIAM PHILIP McCORMICK 
56 Central Street MiUville, Mass. 

Major: Hotel and Restaurant Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Pleasant Valley Country Club, 
Sutton, Mass. 

Activities: Dorm Counselor 2; Dining 
Counselor 2; Innkeepers 1, 2; Newman 
Club 1, 2; I.F.T. Banquet 1, 2; Presi- 
dent's Christmas Party 1, 2; Representa- 
tive, New York Hotel Show 2, Boston 
Hotel Show 2 



ROBERT PAUL McGUIRE 
315 Maple Ave. Shrewsbury, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Brae Burn Country Club, 
West Newton, Mass. 

Activities: Turf Club 1, 2, Publicity 
Chairman 2; Stoso 1, 2; Newman Club 2 



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STEPHANIE MORSE 
Snipatuit Road Rochester, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Camp Snipatuit, Inc., Roches- 
ter, Mass. 

Future Plans: Further Education 
Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Equestrian Club 1,2; Sigma Sigma Alpha 
1, 2, Senate 1; Little International 2; 
Dairy Classic 2; Dairy Technology Club 
1; Agriculmral Fair 2; Girl's Rifle Team 
1 




JOHN GEORGE MICHALKO 
1538 E. 55th St. Cleveland, Ohio 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Cleveland Museum of Art, 
Cleveland, Ohio 

Future Plans: Fulltime job at the Mu- 
seum, eventually own business 
Aaivities: Land. Op. Club 1, 2; Senator 
1; Hockey Manager 1; Agricultural Fair 2 




MICHAEL JOSEPH MULRYAN 
43 Scarlett St. West Boylston, Mass. 

Major: Park Management 
Placement: Town of W. Boylston Parks 
Comm., W. Boylston, Mass. 
Future Plans: Further Education 
Activities: Arbor and Park Club 1, 2; 
Newman Club Dorm Capt.; Soccer 2; 
Senate President 2; Stoso; Honor Com- 
mittee for Park Management; Intramural 
Sports 





THOMAS JOHN MONAHAN 

Falls Village, Conn. 
Major: Floriculture 

Placement: Smith Greenhouses, Inc., 
Winsted, Conn. 

Future Plans: Wholesale Business or Re- 
tail Garden Center 
Activities : Floriculture Club 




ROBERT BRIGGS MELLOR 

127 Holden Street Holden, Mass. 

Major: Park Management 
Placement: Fish Nursery, Auburn, Mass. 
Future Plans: Park Work and Adminis- 
tration 

Activities: Soccer 2; Diving Club 1, 2; 
Arbor and Park Club 1, 2 




STEPHEN JAMES MOREAU 
4 Clifford Rd. Plymouth, Mass 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Stobbart's Nurseries, Frank- 
lin, Mass. 

Future Plans: U. of Georgia 
Aaivities: Land. Op. Club 1, 2 



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THOMAS F. NAPOLI 
73 Middle St. Lexington, Mass. 

Major: Horticulture 

Placement: Idylwilde Farm, Lexington, 
Mass. 

Future Plans: Vegetable Farming 
Activities: Hort Club 1, 2, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Alpha Tau Gamma 1, 2, Secretary 
2; Interfraternity Council Representative 
1; Senate 1, 2, Social Co-Ordinator 2; 
Interfraternity Sports 1, 2 




LINWOOD ETHAN PALMER, III 
38 Pine Plain Rd. Wellesley, Mass. 

Major: Aboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Holiday Acres, Damariscotta, 
Maine 

Future Plans: Further Education 
Activities: Senate Committee, Dorm 
Athletic Director 2; Arbor and Park Club 
1,2; Honor Committee 




WENDELL PHILIP NOOTH, JR. 

320 Cottage St. New Bedford, Mass. 

Major: Food Distribution 
Future Plans: Further Education 
Activities: Soccer 1, 2, Captain; Basket- 
ball 1, 2, Co-Captain; Stoso 1, 2; Senior 
Class Vice-President; Senate 1, 2, Athletic 
Committee; Dorm Football 2; Food Dis- 
tribution Club 1, 2; Alpha Phi Omega; 
Agricultural Fair 2, Publicity; Intra Cross 
Country Team 1, 2 




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

Major: Arborculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

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

Fumre Plans: Peace Corps, National Park 
Service 

Aaivities: Alpha Tau Gamma 1, 2; In- 
terfraternity Sports 1; Arbor and Park 
Club 1, 2; Newman Club 1, 2; Forestry 
Club 2 




DENNIS GENE NUTBROWN 

479 North St. Feeding Hills, Mass. 

Major: Wood Utilization 
Placement: Renwood Lumber Co., Inc., 
Southwick, Mass. 

Activities: Forestry Club 




JAMES ANDREW PADULA 
111 Hall St. Leominster, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Crescent Farms Dairy, Leo- 
minster, Mass. 

Future Plans: Dairy Farming 
Activities: Senate 1, 2; Judiciary 1, 2, 
President; Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2; 
Stosag 1, 2, Editor-in-Chief; Agriculwral 
Fair, Co-Chairman; Equestrian Club 1; 
Newman Club 2; Litde International 2; 
Dairy Classic 2 



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DOUGLAS MARK PAQUIN 
1623 Rodman St. Fall River, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Paquin Farms, Tiverton, R. I. 
Future Plans: Further Education 
Activities: Alpha Tau Gamma 1,2, Vice- 
President 2; Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
I.F.C Representative 2; Little Interna- 
tional 2; Dairy Classic 2; LF.C. Sports 




BRUCE WAINE PHILBRICK 

Brewster, Mass. 
Major: Park Management 
Placement: Cape Cod National Seashore, 
Cape Cod, Mass. 
Future Plans: Undecided 
Activities: Arbor and Park Club 1, 2; 
Senator 1, 2; Flagman S.C.C.A. 




JAMES BERNARD PAWLOWSKI 
13809 Crenell Ave. Cleveland, Ohio 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Kirkpatrick Landscape Serv- 
ice, Northfield, Ohio 
Fumre Plans: Own Business 
Activities: Soccer Team, Manager 2; 
Land. Op. Club 1, 2; Secretary 2; Agri- 
cultural Fair 2 




DENNIS ROBERT POULSEN 
Patten Road Westford, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Charter Tree Service, W. Ac- 
ton, Mass. 

Future Plans: To advance in the field of 
Arboriculwre 

Activities: Arbor and Park Club; Arbori- 
culture and Park Management Honor 
Committee; Stoso, The Stockbridge Serv- 
ice Organization 



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GEORGE LENDALL PENDLETON 

Mechanic St. East Douglas, Mass. 

Major: Floriculture 

Placement: Banning's Flowers, Whitins- 
ville, Mass. 

Future Plans: Undecided 
Activities: Floriculture Club 1, 2, Treas- 
urer 2; Square Dance Club 1; Equestrian 
Club 1; Senate 2; Stosag 2, Art Editor, 
Business Manager; Homecoming Float 2; 
Sno-Ball 1; Agriculture Fair 2 




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ERIK EDVARD POLSON 
Rt. 6A Sandwich, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Roberti's Dairy, Sandwich, 
Mass. 

Fuwre Plans: Further Education 
Activities: Alpha Phi Omega; Animal 
Science Club 1,2; F.F.A. 1; U. of M. Fire 
Dept.; Equestrian Club 1, 2 






MICHAEL JOSEPH POWERS 
91 Oregon St. East Bridgewater, Mass. 
Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Old Colony Landscaping 
Service, Weymouth, Mass. 
Future Plans: Further Education 
Activities: Intramural Football, Basket- 
ball; Land. Op. Club, Vice-President; 
Agricultural Fair; Rifle Team 



GERALD ROGER PREVOST 

1034 May St. New Bedford, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Perini Corporation, New Bed- 
ford, Mass. 

Future Plans: Further Education — Own 
Business 

Activities: Land. Op. Club 1, 2; Alpha 
Tau Gamma 2 



RICHARD B. PRIOR 

737 Mammoth St. Dracut, Mass. 

Major: Food Distribution 
Future Plans: Further Education 
Activities: Food Distribution Club; New- 
man Club 







DONALD WILLIAM REID 

37 Warren Ave. Plymouth, Mass. 

Major: Horticulture 

Placement: Veg Acre Farms, Forestdale, 
Mass. 

Future Plans: Vegetable Farming 

Activities: Horticulture Club 



JOHN C. RICHARDSON 

588 Broad Ave. Leonia, N. J. 

Major: Arbor and Park Management 
Placemenr: Heath Survey, Wellesley 
Hills, Mass. 

Future Plans: Undecided 

Activities: Arbcr and Park Club 1, 2 



MARIE H. ROSSI 
317 Bishop St. Framingham, Mass. 

Major: Hotel and Restaurant Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Norwood Hospital, Norwood, 
Mass. 

Future Plans: Further Education — Ser- 
vice 

Activities: Freshman Class Secretary; Sen- 
ate 1, 2, Treasurer 2; Stoso 1, 2; Inn- 
keepers 1,2; Sigma Sigma Alpha 1, 2 



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JEFFREY FRANK ROWSE 
491 Read St. So. Attleboro, Mass. 

Major: Wood Utilization 
Placement; M. F. Ashley Lumber Co., 
Attleboro, Mass. 

Future Plans: Work in Pulp and Paper 
Co. in Maine 
Activities: Wood Utilization Club 




STANLEY A. SABLAK 
Mason Street Palmer, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Quaboag Country Club, Mon- 
son, Mass. 
Activities: Turf Club 1, 2 





STEVEN KARL SANDELL 
324 Pleasant St. Leicester, Mass. 

Major: Grand Teton National Park, 
Moose, Wyoming 

Future Plans: Carreer in National Park 
Service 

Activities: Arbor and Park Club 1, 2; 
Planning Committee 1, 2; Agriculwral 
Fair Planning Committee 




JOHN SALIBA 
151 Rutledge Rd. Belmont, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Riverside Farms, Fryebutg, 
Maine 

Future Plans; Own Farm 
Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Equestrian Club 1, 2; Vice-President and 
Social Chairman of Berkshire House 2 



RICHARD H. SANGER 
7 Church St. Framingham, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Little Tree Farms, Framing- 
ham, Mass. 

Future Plans ; Garden Center and Nursery 
Business 
Activities; Land. Op. Club 1, 2 




GARY CARL SCHONBECK 

9 Kennen Terrace Auburn, Mass. 

Major: Wood Utilization 

Placement: Nuroco Woodworking, Inc., 

Norwalk, Conn. 

Fumre Plans: Further Education 

Activities: Forestry Club; Rifie Team 1; 

Wood Utilization Club 






ROYL MERIL SCHOONOVER 
Stone Rd. Lithia, Mass. 

Major: Wood Utilization 
Placement: Berkshire Logging Co. Inc., 
Goshen, Mass. 
Future Plans: Logging 
Activities: Forestry Club; Wood Utiliza- 
tion Club 



CHARLES D. SCOTT 
Box 222 Richland, Michigan 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Point O' Woods Country Club, 
Benton Harbor, Maine 
Future Plans: Landscape Architecture 
Activities: Turf Club 



MALCOLM DICKINSON SHAW 
Vineyard Haven, Mass. 

Major: Wood Produas 
Placement: Rolscreen Company, Pella, 
Iowa 

Future Plans: Further Education 
Activities: Forestry Club; Wood Utiliza- 
tion Club 







GUY H. SHEPARD 

8 Highland St. Winchendon, Mass. 

Major: Aboriculmre and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Bartlett Tree Experts, Leo- 
minster, Mass. 

Future Plans : Work in Arborculture . 
Aaivities: Arbor Club; Forestry Club; 
Sailing Club 



PAUL EDWARD SICARD 

12 Maple St. Turner's Falls, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 

Placement: Greenfield Country Club, 

Greenfield, Mass. 

Activities: Turf Club 1, 2 



LIANNE SLACK 
319MobusAve. No. Plainfield, N. J. 

Major: Floriculture 

Placement: Duke Gardens Foundation, 
Somerville, N. J. 

Future Plans: Wholesale Florist, Research 
Activities: Stoso 1, 2; Floriculwre Club 

1, 2, President 2; Sigma Sigma Alpha 1, 

2, Vice-President 2; Judiciary 1, 2, Sec- 
retary 2; Senate 1 



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PETER WILLIAM SMITH 
Cottage Street E. Pepperell, Mass. 

Major; Park Administration 
Placement: J. Harry Rich, 5 Brookline 
St., Townsend, Mass. 
Future Plans: Undecided 
Activities: Park & Arbor Club 




WILLIAM CHARLES SNOW 
RussellviUe Road Westfield, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Hidden Hollow Farm, West- 
field, Mass. 

Future Plans: Further Education or Army 
Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Campus 4H Club 1, 2 





JOHN WILLIAM SOKOLOWSKI 
35 Colonial Road Holden, Mass. 

Major: Restaurant and Hotel Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Brant Lake Camp for Boys, 
Brant Lake, N. Y. 

Future Plans: Hotel or Restaurant Field 
Activities: Senate 2; Stewards Club; I.F.T. 
Banquet 1, 2; President's Christmas Party 
1, 2; Boston Hotel Show 1, 2; N. Y. 
Hotel Show 2; Skiing 




FRANCIS C. SOBIESKI, JR. 

Farms Road Northfield, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Heath Survey Consultants, 
Wellesley, Mass. 

Fumre Plans: Park work, Landscaping, 
Arborist 

Aaivities: Arboriculture and Park Mana- 
gement Club 



WALTER FRANCIS SOUTHARD 
93 Rocky Hill Rd. Hadley, Mass. 

Major: Wood Utilization 
Placement: Walsh Lumber Co., Holyoke, 
Mass. 

Future Plans: Employment in Wood In- 
dustry 
Activities: Forestry Club 




KENNETH WAYNE STEWART 
81 Summer St. Tewksbury, Mass. 

Major: Wood Utilization 
Placement: Friend Lumber Co., Lowell, 
Mass. 

Future Plans: Paper and Pulp Industry 
Activities: Basketball 1,2; Forestry Club; 
Wood Utilization Club; Soccer 



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THOMAS JOHN SULLIVAN 
57 Valley View Circle Amherst, Mass. 
Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement; H. J. Toole Tree Service, Am- 
herst, Mass. 

Fumre Plans: Operate Small Tree Com- 
pany 
Aaivities: Arbor and Park Club 




EDWARD ANTHONY SZAMRETA 
251 Reservation Rd. Hyde Park, Mass. 
Major: Arboriculmre and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Arnold Arboremm, Jamaica 
Plain, Mass. 

Aaivities: Arbor Club 1, 2; Scuba Club 
j 1, 2; Forestry Club 2 

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RONALD CARL SWANSON 
Colvintown Rd. Coventry, R. I 

Major: Floriculmre 

Placement: Scott the Florist, East Green, 
wich, Rhode Island 

Future Plans: Owner of Garden Center 
Aaivities: Floriculmre Club 1, 2, Vice- 
President 2; Dorm Secretary 1; Stosag 2 
Special Events Editor; Snowball Commit- 
tee 1; Shorthorn 1; Float Committee 2 




NORMAN MORTIMER TAFT 

17 Leland St. Grafton, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Brewer Custom Spray, Wor- 
cester, Mass. 

Fuwre Plans: Undecided 
Activities: Senate; Judiciary; Arbor and 
Park Club 



PAUL ALPHONSE SYBERTZ, JR. 

846 Union Street Rockland, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Twin Elm Farm, Rockland, 
Mass. 

Future Plans: Further Education 
Activities: Animal Science Club 2; Uni- 
versity Slaughter Crew 2; Litde Interna- 
tional 2; Dairy Classic 2 




DONALD BRUCE TEDFORD 

426 Massachusetts Ave. Arlington, Mass. 
Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Harold Parker State Forest, 
Andover, Mass. 

Fuwre Plans: Further Education — For- 
estry 

Activities: Arbor Club 1, 2; Hockey 1, 
2; Dean's List 1, 2 



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CHARLES A. THOMPSON. Ill 

South East St. Amherst, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Smith Farm, Hadley, Mass. 
Future Plans: Further Education 
Activities: Animal Science Club 1, 2; 
Little International 2; Dairy Classic 2 




RICHARD EDWARD TINKHAM 
Wood Street Middleboro, Mass. 

Major: Poultry Science 
Placement: Harco Orchards Farm, South 
Easton, Mass. 
Future Plans: Undecided 
Activities: Poultry Science Club; Stoso; 
Campus 4-H Club 





DONALD TORDOFF 

387 Weston Rd, Wellesley, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Windy-Lo-Nursery, South 
Natick, Mass. 

Future Plans: Take a third year at Stock- 
bridge; start a business 
Activities: Landscape Operations Club 1, 
2; Soccer Team 1, 2; Agricultural Fair 2; 
Zoology Club 1, 2 




ERNEST PETER TOOMBS 

23 Maple St. Watertown, Mass. 

Major: Dairy Technology 
Placement: Woodland Ice Cream, Water- 
town, Mass. 

Future Plans: Management 
Activities: Dairy Club 1, 2; I.F.C. Repre- 
sentative; Alpha Tau Gamma 1, 2, Presi- 
dent 2 



JAMES HOWARD TRIPP 

513 Hixbridge Road Westport, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 

Placement: Howard Tripp, Westport, 

Mass. 

Future Plans: Dairy Farmer 

Aaivities: Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2 




MARINUS VANDERPOL, JR. 
757 Washington St. Fairhaven, Mass. 
Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: VanderPol Nurseries, Fair- 
haven, Mass. 

Funire Plans: Wholesale Nursery and 
Garden Center 
Activities: Landscape Operation Club 1, 2 



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PETER FREDRICK VanWORMER 
63 Charles Street Natick, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Siskiyou National Forest, 
Oregon 

Future Plans: United States Forest Service 
Activities: Arboriculture and Park Man- 
agement Club 1, 2; Honor Committee, 
Park Management 2 



DAVID L. VINCE 

184 Main St. West Springfield, Mass. 
Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Franconia Golf Club, Spring- 
field, Mass. 

Future Plans: Undecided 
Aaivities: Turf Management Club 1, 2 



RAUL O. VIZCARDO - 

Casilla #85 Arequipa, Peru, So. Amer. 
Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Vizcardo's Farm, Arequipa, 
Peru 

Future Plans: To own a Ranch and raise 
cattle 

Activities: Soccer; Swimming; Animal 
Science Club; Newman Club; Photo- 
graphy 






H. ARNOLD VOSBURGH 

Elizaville, N. Y. 
Major: Horticulture 

Placement: Vosburgh Orchards, Eliza- 
ville, N. Y. 

Future Plans: Fruit Farming 
Aaivities: Horticulture Club 



MALCOLM SIMPSON WALKER 
349 Plain Street Stoughton, Mass. 

Major: Aboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Nickerson State Park, East 
Brewster, Mass. 

Future Plans: Park Management 
Activities: Arbor and Park Club 1, 2 



JEFFREY HAROLD WARD 
129 Pakachoag St. Auburn, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Pakachoag Golf Club, Au- 
burn, Mass. 

Future Plans: Golf Club Superintendent 
Activities: Turf Club 



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EUGENE MICHAEL WESSON 
23 Summit Ave. Brookline, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Chooker Farm, Vergennes, Vt. 
Future Plans: Marriage 
Activities: Dairy Classic; Little Interna- 
tional; Animal Science I, 2; Equestrian 1, 
2; Float Committee; Agricultural Fair 





GERALD ALLEN WEST 
P.O. Box 471 Simsbury, Conn. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Conn. State Park and Forest 
Coram., Pleasant Valley, Conn. 
Future Plans : Conn. State Park and Forest 
Comm. 

Activities: Forestry Club 1; Arbor and 
Park Club 2 




EDWARD MICHAEL WIACEK 
Greenway Road Woodbridge, Conn. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Race Brook Country Club, 
Orange, Conn. 

Future Plans: Golf Course Superintendent 
Activities: Turf Management Club 1, 2, 
President 2; Counselor 2 




CHARLES EDWARD WHEELER 

23 1 Highland St. New Bedford, Mass. 
Major: Floriculture 
ist, Mansfield, Mass. 

Placement : Albert Lehan Wholesale Flor- 
Future Plans: Armed Service — Florist 
Business 

Aaivities: Stoso, Vice-President 2; Short- 
horn 1, 2, Editor 1; Senate 2 



DAVID WILCOX 
323 Oak St. East Bridgewater, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Wilcox Poultry Farm, East 
Bridgewater, Mass. 
Future Plans: Dairy Farming 
Activities: Animal Science Club 2 




JAMES BYRON WILLIAMS 
Fairview Street Wheelerburg, Ohio 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Elk's Country Club, Ports- 
mouth, Ohio 
Future Plans: Golf Course Superintendent 
Aaivities: Turf Club 



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THOMAS J. WOJCIK 
63 Summer St. Adams, Mass. 

Major: Turf Management 
Placement: Taconic Golf Club, Williams- 
town, Mass. 

Future Plans: Superintendent 
Activities: Turf Club 



DAVID S. WOOD 
35 Fairfax St. Burlington, Mass. 

Major: Dairy Technology 
Placement: H. P. Hood and Son's, Boston, 
Mass. 

Future Plans: Further Education — Food 
Processing 

Activities: Dairy Tech Club 1, 2, Vice- 
President; Intramural Basketball 



RONALD BRADFORD WORK 
557 Park Street Stoughton, Mass. 

Major: Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment 

Placement: Roland C. Nickerson State 
Park, East Brewster, Mass. 
Future Plans: Park Service 
Activities: Arbor and Park Club 1, 2 





RONALD JOHN WRIGHT 

493 Leyden Rd. Greenfield, Mass. 

Major: Animal Science 
Placement: Pine Meadow Farm, North- 
field, Mass. 

Future Plans: Farming 
Activities: Animal Science Club; F.F.A. 



PETER LEON WORMSTEAD 
24 Enory Street Saugus, Mass. 

Major: Landscape Operations 
Placement: Alantic Tree and Landscape, 
Lynn, Mass. 

Future Plans: Landscape Business 
Aaivities: Land Operations Club 



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Seniors no 



Michael Richard Athanas, 75 Atlantic Ave., Swampscott, Mass. 
Richard Michael Bator, 1 Bay Ave., Easthampton, Mass. 
Marcia Bicknell, 162 Central St., Hingham, Mass. 
Judith Anne Bratton, 101 W. Upland Rd., Ithaca, N. Y. 
John David Callahan, 97 Standish Ave., Quincy, Mass. 
James Joseph Campbell, 78 Warwick St., Lowell, Mass. 
Earle Fredrick Carpenter, 156 Euclid Ave., Lynn, Mass. 
John Joseph Coffey, 184 Filler St., Dorchester, Mass. 
Raymond Charles Delmonico, 60 K St., Hull, Mass. 
John Gordon Dimock, Kelley Rd., So. Yarmouth, Mass. 
John Sheldon Downs, Cushman Rd., E. Leverett, Mass. 
Robert Holden Earle, 82 Morse St., Sharon, Mass. 
John Henry Ellis, 503 Linden St., Fall River, Mass. 
Richard Albert Fix, 3813 Brewerton Rd., North Syracuse, N. Y. 
William Nathaniel Fornaro, 318 Union St., Randolph, Mass. 
Gary Eugene Gentile, Warren Wright Rd., Amherst, Mass. 
David Alban Giroux; 57 East Main St., Williamstown, Mass. 
Paul Roger Gorman, Main St., Upton, Mass. 
George Edward Hodson, 45 Elm St., West Mansfield, Mass. 
Paul Edward Johnson, Chargonneau Ave., East Freetown, Mass. 



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Lctured 



John Michael Keller, Jr., 92 Lenox Ave., Pittsfield, Mass. 
Edward Thomas Kennedy, 64 Middle St., Hadley, Mass. 
Stuart Leonard Lanza, 31 Columbia St., Southbridge, Mass. 
Dennis Paul Ledger, 39 Middle St., Fitchburg, Mass. 
Roland Arthur Lussier, 100 Haven Ave., Chicopee, Mass. 
Walter Joseph Martinath, 17B Carr Rd., Berlin, Mass. 
Jan Wilson Merzbach, 236 No. Pleasant St., Amherst, Mass. 
David Campbell Page, 215 High St., Athol, Mass. 
Linwood Ethan Palmer, III, 38 Pine Rd., Wellesley, Mass. 
Albert Dennis Poudrier, 44 Heathstone Terrace, Chicopee, Mass. 
Dennis Robert Poulsen, Patten Rd., Westford, Mass. 
Bruce Leonard Robert, 290 South St., West Bridgewater, Mass. 
Brian Michael Salerno, 10 Maple Ave., Swampscott, Mass. 
Thomas Denny Smith, Route #1, Box 3148, Belchertown, Mass. 
Kenneth Stuart Sokol, 15 Audubon Park, Lynn, Mass. 
Michael Edward Sroka, Mill Valley Rd., Belchertown, Mass. 
Kevin Robert Steede, 41 Summit St., Waltham, Mass. 
Thomas Bernard Sullivan, 108 Fifth Ave., Lowell, Mass. 
Francis Paul Thomits, 139 Clinton St., Portsmouth, N. H. 
Gordon Christopher Thurlow, 14 Oceanside Dr., Beverly, Mass. 
Robert Gary Warnicke, 4502 West I4th St., Cleveland, Ohio 



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M^ijors 




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FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS 




J. Freydman 
Secretary 



J. Cooper 
Treasurer 



K. Siedel 
President 



P. Parkhurst 
Vice President 



ANIMAL SCIENCE 



SENIORS 



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Left to right — First row: A. Maldonado, D. Howard, R. Viscardo, J. Cockroft, R. Creeger, R. Cobb, 
J. Brewer, J. Carlson, A. King, J. Padula, J. Barratt. Second row: C. Bourne, P. Gallant, L. Levellie, M. 
Clery, W. Snow, P. Gagnon, J. Tripp, D. Wilcox, R. Gilmore, R. Wright, D. Paquin. Third row: E. 
Poison, P. Sybertz, D. Black, D. Adams, C. Bucelwicz, L. Jarkko, P. Field, C. Thompson, S. Morse, M. 
Wesson, J. Saliba. 



FRESHMEN 




Left to right — First row: D. Stacy, W. Sullivan, M. Pecha, C. Carpenter, D. Grinkis, A. Basso, C. 
White, M. McGuire, P. Gray. Second row: A. Howe, K. Esty, M. Kelly, P. Norris, L. Crist, M. Howland, 
J. Roseberry, C. Eldrent, C. Cromach, J. Howdy Adams. Third row: P. Mulcahy, R. Lang, L. Underwood, 
L. Tinini, H. Boyce, T. Harris, D. Olson, M. Cook. 



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ARBORICULTURE and PARK MANAGEMENT 



SENIORS 




Left to right — First row: E. Szamreta, B. Byrne, B. Mellor, M. Walker, R. Work, N. Taft, G. West, 
B. Green, D. Poulsen, P. Smith, L. Palmer, S. Sandell, P. Johnson. Second row: S. Dicks, G. Hodson, F. 
Sobieski, P. Hammond, T. Sullivan, G. Sheppard, M. Anacker, L. Lincoln, D. Jones, P. Carlson, M. 
Mulryan, B. Cowley, D. Tedford, P. Van Wormer, G. DriscoU, P. Damon, S. Richardson, S. Leblanc, 
B. O'Brien, B. Annesse, B. Philbrick. 



FRESHMEN 





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DAIRY TECHNOLOGY 



SENIORS 




Left to right — First row: S. Downey, J. Dolan, D. Alessio. Second row: J. Barrus, B. Leach, R. Hoelzer. 



FRESHMEN 




Left to right — First row: C. Olson, J. Venuti. Second row: B. Snow, 
J. Chase. 



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FLORICULTURE 



SENIORS 




Left to right — First row: R. Swanson, T. Monahan, L. Slack, S. Gifford, S. Kalishman, C. Wheeler. 
Second row: G. Pendleton, R. Anderson, L. Glushien, E. Bingham. Third row: A. Erickson. 



FRESHMEN 





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RESTAURANT and HOTEL MANAGEMENT 

SENIORS 




Left to right — First row: R. Mariano, J. Dimick, M. Houseman, M. Rossi, A. Busher, R. Felton. Second 
row: K. Gustifson, M. Connley, R. Alphonse, A. Ingham, W. McCormick. 



FRESHMEN 





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FOOD DISTRIBUTION 

SENIORS 




Left to right — First row: A. Dutra, R. Prior, R. Bates, W. Nooth, A. Bowles, T. Sullivan, R. Fleming. 



FRESHMEN 





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POULTRY SCIENCE 

SENIORS 




Left to right — First row: R. Tinkham, D. Birnie. Second row: S. Birch, R. 
Lawton. 



FRESHMEN 




Left to right — First rotv: F. Linderman, F. Dunn, Ibrahim. Second row: H. Buckly, Matazu, A. Clark. 



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LANDSCAPE OPERATIONS 



SENIORS 




Left to right — First row: D. Wormstead, J. Mulhalko, K. Steed, M. Vanderpol, R. Sanger, J. Prevost. 
Second row: R. Brown, S. Moreau, J. Deveraux, J. Polowski, M. Powers, W. Burzenski, D. Tordoff, 
G. Cookson. 



FRESHMEN 





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TURF MAINTENANCE 



SENIORS 




Left to right — First row: R. Hall, W. Martenath, D. Page, J. Garrett, J. William, P. Nugent, G. Brothers, 
J. Coffey, T. Wojcik, C. Scott. Second row: R. Callen, P. Gorman, C. French, R. French, J. Ward, R. 
McGuire, S. Sablak, A. Clarkson, C. Capozzi, R. Earle. Third row: J. Ellis, P. Johnson, P. Sicard, F. Thom- 
its, R. Bator, B. Robert, J. Cronin. Fourth row: B. Cowan, J. Boldebook, J. Cronin, J. Cole, H. Frenette, 
E. Wiacek, P. Bass, A. Bachand, A. Hunter. 



FRESHMEN 




Left to right — First row: R. Heeley N. B. Leakney, W. Hale, R. DeRosier, W. Stinson, L. Thompson, J. 
Nugnes, P. Deehan, L. Anshewitz. Second row: D. Marcottee, K. Paolini, R. Pemble, D. Scala, P. Cou- 
ture, L. Bernard, J. Third row: F. Meda, T. Ryan, R. Savolainen, D. Haller, R. Ovian, J. Barry, R. Erick- 
son. Fourth row: J. Charron, C. Martineau, J. Field, J. Beasley, T. Rockwood, P. Cambell, J. Lynch, K. 
Cominsky. 



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WOOD TECHNOLOGY 

SENIORS 




Left to right — First row: A. Gurtin, J. Rosse, D. Barrows, R. Schoonover. Second row: W. Southard, 
K. Stewart, M. Shaw, D. Nutbrown, S. Cobb. 



FRESHMEN 




Left to right — First row: O. Siebert, J. Grab, K. Siedel, W. Webb, R. Hunt. Second row: B. Bassett, 
P. Foster, J. Sulda, D. McKellar, S. Calef. 



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HORTICULTURE 



FRESHMEN AND SENIORS 




Left to right — First rotv: J. Cooper, G. Marshall, A. Vosburgh, D. Reed, T. Napoli. Second row: A. 
Bergestrom, W. Holmes, D. Larochelle, M. Welleker. 



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



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Cluts 




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ANIMAL HUSBANDRY CLUB 




Left to right — First row: A. Maldonado, M. Howland, R. 
Viscardo, J. Cockroft, R. Creeger, A. Cobb, J. Brewer, J. Carl- 
son, A. King, H. McGuire, J Padula. Second row: J. Roseberry, 
C. Bourne, P. Gallant, L. Levellie, M. Clery, W. Snow, P. Gag- 
non, J. Tripp, D. Wilcox, C. Eldred, A. Basso, P. Gray, D. 



Grinkis, L. Underwood, M. Pecha. Third row: R. Esty, M. 
Kelly, D. Howard, E. Poison, P. Sybertz, D. Black, D. Adams, 
C. Bucelwicz, L. Jarkko, P. Field, C. Thompson, S. Morse, E. 
Wesson, J. Barratt, R. Lang. 





What's up Doc! 



Girl meets Boy 



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And they think cows are stupid! 





Foot Pete is gone. 



Everybody now, 1-2-3. 





Penny, come back! 



But I like hotses. 



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ABORICULTURE AND PARK 




Left to right — First row: P. Nelson, H. Woollard, T. Burke, 
J. Belding, T. Foster, R. Morton, D. Simpson, R. Legg, R. 
Baker, D. Cochrane, R. Milne, P. Griffiths, C. Turner, W. Ter- 
rill, R. Keller, D. Buma, A. Berube, E. Pierce, R. Allardice, J. 
Guinan, D. Peterson, A. Falcon, D. West, R. Pollock, R. La- 
more, K. Jones, J. Bunce, R. Mott, R. Morton. Second row: D. 
Cummings, S. Milone, K. Janda, C. Kupha, C. Voodus, J. Soles, 
J. Puhala, B. Byrne, B. Mellor, M. Walker, R. Work, G. Hod- 



son, G. Sheppard, P. Hammond, F. Sobieski, T. Sullivan, S. 
Dix, M. Anacker, E. Szamreta, B. Cowley, D. Jones, N. Taft, 
P. Carlson, D. Tedford, J. Richardson, P. Dammon, J. Leblanc, 
B. O'Brien, B. Annese, S. Sandell, G. West, M. Mulryan, L. 
Palmer, P. Smith, B. Green, D. Poulsen, P. Van Wormer, B. 
Philbrick, L. Lincoln, G. DriscoU, P. Johnson, K. Ponichtera, 
D. Hart, C. Stukus. 





When Johnny comes marching home. 



Look Ma, no cavities! 



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MANAGEMENT CLUB 



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DAIRY TECH CLUB 




Left to right — First row: J. Chase, C. Olsen, S. Downey, J. Dolan, J. Venuti, D. Allessio. Second row: 
B. Snow, J. Barrus, B. Leach, R. Hoelzer. 




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What's Carol's hands in her pockets for? 





Whose bald Spot? 



Carol's finally doing something? 





What a mess! 



Where's Carol? 





The invisible man 



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It's alive. 



FLORICULTURE CLUB 




Left to right ■ — First row: T. Monahan, E. Bingham, G. Pendleton, L. Slack, S. Shannon, S. Gifford, R. 
Swanson, C. Wheeler, R. Anderson. Second row: R. Adams, D. Fletcher, A. Erickson, L. Glushien, B. 
Newell, J. Sullivan, S. Kalishman, S. Guiness. Third row: E. Sauer, D. Hurley, C. Dadah, J. Hardt, R. 
Cutler, R. Schmitt. Fourth row: W. Robblee, J. Moran, J. Cade, K. Silvey. 




Poor Phil. 



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I've rooted! 



Guaranteed to grow. 




Here PhU. 



Please Ruth, I would rather do it myself! 




Spin the bottle anyone? 



Richie, please! 



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WOOD TECHNOLOGY CLUB 




Left to right — First row: A. Gurtin, J. Rosse, D. Barrows, R. Schoonover. Second row: W. Southard, 
K. Stewart, M. Shaw, D. Nutbrown, S. Cobb. 





We need the jolly green giant. 



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Busy Beavers 



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LANDSCAPE OPERATIONS 

CLUB 




Left to right — First row: J. Schoenfeldt, K. Trussell, E. Kent, 
E. Barraso, D. Helfrick, D. Yonika, S. Moos, V. Bannish, P. 
Leofanti, R. Colella, D. Nesmith, P. Parkhurst, M, Scott, B. 
Hughes, W. Dickie, J. Johnson, W. Horton. Second row: C. 



Joerres, B. Gelinski, J. Mitchell, P. Wormstead, J. Michalko, 
K. Stead, R. Brown, S. Moreau, J. Deveroux, J. Pawlowski, M. 
Powers, W. Burbenski, D. Tordoff, G. Cookson, J. Prevost, M. 
VanderPol, R. Sanger, J. Donbrowo, J. Murphy. 





Damn! 




Beautiful Brown eyes. 




Craps anyone? 




Stay Sober, huh! 



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INNKEEPERS CLUB 




Left to right — First row: M. Connelly, A. Ingham, K. Creager, M. Housman, M. Rossi, M. Cully, L. 
Stevens, A. Busher. Second row: K. Gustafson, R. Felton, R. Mariano, J. Alphonse, J. Slopes, M. Netto. 
Third row: A. Dutra, J. Vizard, D. Spratt, B. Morgan, W. McCormick. Fourth row: R. Gerner, P. 
Murphy, H. Ellison, J. Colpack, R. Collins. Fifth row: J. Puzine, R. Ford, W. Nooth, M. Bobola, R. 
Brennan, J. Frydman, J. Odel. 



The need for managers in the restaurant and hotel 
industry arises from the vocational opportunities flow- 
ing 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 en- 
couraged by the able and forward-looking leaders of 
the hotel and restaurant profession. 

The members of the Innkeepers Club are in charge 
of many banquets, such as the President's Christmas 
Banquet. They also take many trips to different restau- 
rants in the area. 



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FOOD DISTRIBUTION CLUB 




Left to right — First roio: A. Dutra, R. Bates, A. Bowles, W. Nooth, R. Fleming. Second row: R. Prior, 
R. Goddard, J. Skulski, T. Sullivan. 



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POULTRY CLUB 



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Left to right — • First row: F. Dunn, W. Linderminn, D. Birnie, R, Tinkham, A. Clark, Ibrahim. Second 
row: S. Birch, R. Lawton, H. Buckly, Matazu. 




Chickens all the way! No Candids. 



TURF MAINTENANCE CLUB 




Left to right — First row: W. Stinson, N. Bleakney, R. DeRosi- 
er, R. Heeley, W. Hale, J. Garrett, J. Williams, P. Nugent, G. 
Brothers, L. Anshewitz, J. Nugnes, P. Deehan, T. Ryan. Second 
row: C. French, R. French, J. Ward, S. Sablak, P. Sicard, T. 
Comalli, R. Pemble, L. Bernard, J. Bohan, J. Coffey, T. Wojcik, 
C. Scott. Third row: J. Ellis, P. Johnson, W. Martinath, D. 
Page, D. Scala, R. Callen, R. Hall, K. Paolini, A. Clarkson, 
B. Robert, R. Earle. Fourth row: B. Cowan, P. Gorman, J. 



Boldebook, J. Charron, C. Martineau, R. McGuire, R. Savo- 
lainen, J. Lynch, F. Thomits, R. Bator, C. Capozzi, P. Bass, 
A. Bachand. Fifth row: H. Frenette, J. Cole, J. Cronin, R. 
Erickson, J. Cronin, K. Cominsky, J. Beasley, D. Vince, L. 
Thompson, P. Couture, F. Meda. Sixth row: A. Hunter, P. 
Campbell, E. Wiacek, T. Rockwood, D. Marcotte, R. Ovian, 
J. Barry, J. Field, D. Haller. 




Grassing Champs! ! 



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SHORTHORN 




Left to right — First row: C. Wheeler, J. Roseberry. Second row: R. Pollock, J. Barrus. 




The Guiding light 



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Dear Martha 




Scandal sheets 




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 fourth year and the best so far, 
of publication for the Shorthorn and its newness coupled 
with inexperience in the staff have held its scope pri- 
marily to social and athletic affairs. Age and added 
depth will surely give the Shorthorn a more compre- 
hensive view of campus and student affairs. 



That's not a halo. 



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STOSO 




Left to right — First row: A. Maldonado, M. Rossi, D. Howard, M. Housman, A. King, C. Wheeler, 
M. Anacker, L. Slack, W. Cowley. Second row: A. Bowles, P. Parkhurst, J. Frydmen, M. Mulryan, Mr. 
Dennison, advisor, S. Gifford, R. Kubiack, R. McGuire, W. Annese, J. Barrus. Third row: R. Fleming, 
A. Busher, J. Cockroft, L. Glushien, W. Nooth, R. Bates. 




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Early in 1962, in an attempt to establish a better 
relationship between the Stockbridge School and the 
University, the Stockbridge Service Organization was 
formed. Working closely with the four-year counter- 
part. Alpha Phi Omega, Stoso has engaged in several 
projects which have greatly benefited the campus com- 
munity. These projects include freshmen and senior 
registration, annual Stoso dance, selling swags, selling 
corsages for the Snowball, tutoring, organizing the 
Progress Banquet, and awarding scholarships. 



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STOSAG 




Left to right — • First row: S. Kalishraan, pictures; G. Pendleton, business manager; J. Padula, editor; S. 
Gifford, seniors; Dr. Goddard, advisor; J. Barrus, clubs. Second row: R. Swanson, special events; D. 
AUessio, art; J. Lawrence, faculty; P. Fields, pictures; R. Cutler, dorm life; P. Gray, sports; R. Goddard, 
dorm life. 




The yearbook staff has put many long hours of work 
into editing this year's yearbook. We feel that it was 
not wasted time and we take great pride in presenting 
to you STOSAG '65. The student body as a whole is 
to be congratulated for their fine cooperation in helping 
to make this yearbook a success, even though difficulties 
were encountered with a few individuals, organizations, 
and clubs. Therefore, the staff thanks the students and 
hopes that they will also be proud of their yearbook, 
STOSAG '65. 



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SIGMA SIGMA ALPHA 




Left to right — • Firsi row: G. Bundy, J. Brewer, S. Gifford, L. Slack, P. Fields. Second row: M. Culley, 
M. Howland, M. Housman, S. Morse, S. Shannon, M. Rossi. Third row: D. Smith, L. Crist, C. White, 
M. Williams, L. Jarkko. 



ADVISOR 



PRESIDENT 





Mrs. M. DuBois 



Susan Gifford 



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The purpose of Sigma Sigma Alpha is to stimulate scholastic excellence, provide a social 
organization for Stockbridge women and encourage women to enter the field of agriculture. 



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ALPHA 

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Alpha Tau Gamma fraternity was founded at 
the University of Massachusetts in 1919. It is the 
only fraternity founded by and exclusively for 
Stockbridge students. 

The social life of the brothers included frequent 
parties, exchange suppers, Homecoming and the 
Sno-ball. For work activities the brothers remod- 
eled some of the rooms in the house. 



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First row: Left to Right — J. Frydman, J. Brewer, P. Park- 
hurst, S. Gifford, M. Mulryan, M. Rossi, J. Padula, L. Slack, 
N. Taft. Second row: Left to Right — D. Howard, D. Hel- 
frick, R. Fleming, J. Venuti, P. Leofanti, R. Kubiak, B. Phil- 



brick, S. Shannon, L. Glushien, H. WoUard. Third row: Left 
to Right — D. Jones, A. Bowles, G. Pendleton, J. Carlson, 
C. Bucelwicz, G. Bundy, W. Annese, J. Sokolowski, W. 
Nooth, R. Bates, C. Wheeler. 



SENATE 




Under the direction of President Mulryan the 
Senate had a successful year with the budget caus- 
ing the biggest debate. Each major club, and organ- 
ization is represented enabling each student to 
have a voice in our school's student government. 
The functions of the Senate are many and varied 
but always directed toward improving the aca- 
demic and social affairs of the student. 



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The Judiciary was formed in the 
pattern of the American Judicial 
Court, that is, the defendant is inno- 
cent until proven otherwise. Keep- 
ing this in mind, the Judiciary 
members did an excellent job this 
year in trying cases involving in- 
fractions of the Stockbridge rules. 

The Judiciary not only promotes 
better student discipline but also 
teaches the true meaning of the 
American government. 

Jim Padula was elected Chief 
Justice for the 1964-65 year with 
Lianne Slack being elected Secre- 
tary. Bruce Newell was chosen 
sergeant-at-arms, Dick Ford as Sen- 
ator, and Art Darcy will be Chief 
Justice for the coming year. 




Row 1: Left to right — L. Slack, J. Padula. 

Row 2: Left to right — B. Newell, A. Darcy, R. Ford. 



Judiciary 





Left to right — First row: H.Vosburgh, C. Scott, M. Houseman, R. Tinkham, A. King, J. Cockroft. 
Second roti': G. Schonbeck, M. Shaw, H. Frenette, P. Bass, J. Cole, B. Philbrick, D. Tedford. Third 
row: D. Larochelle, E. Wiacek, D. Paquin, J. Creeger, D. Howard, T. Smith, D. Reid, G. Driscoll, R. 
Bergstrom. 



LEAR 



The Stockbridge Honor Society, Lear, is composed of senior students who have main- 
tained 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. 



James Cole Turf Management 

Hubert Frenette Turf Management 

Marion Housman Restaurant and Hotel Management 

Donald Tedford Arboriculture and Park Management 

Malcolm Shaw Wood Utilization 

Robert Gilmore Animal Science 

Alvaro Maldonado Animal Science 

George Driscoll Arboriculture and Park Management 

Donald Howard Animal Science 

David Larochelle Fruit and Vegetable Crops 

Douglas Paquin Animal Science 

James Cockroft Animal Science 

Edward Wiacek Turf Management 



Richard Tinkham Poultry Science 

Danial Adams Animal Science 

Bruce Philbrick Arboriculture and Park Management 
Marcia Bicknell Restaurant and Hotel Management 

Joel Creeger Animal Science 

Charles Scott Turf Management 

Alan King Animal Science 

Peter Bass Turf Management 

Donald Reid Fruit and Vegetable Crops 

Thomas Smith Arboriculture and Park Management 

Harry Vosburgh, Jr Fruit and Vegetable Crops 

Robert Bergstrom Fruit and Vegetable Crops 

Gary Schonbeck Wood Utilization 



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Sports 




SOCCER 




The Stockbridge Soccer team had a poor season this year with a record of one win and 
five losses. This was due mainly to the lack of practice sessions and experience. 

With over half the players returning next year and with a few more practice sessions a 
more favorable record is expeaed. 



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FINAL SCORES 



Mt. Hermon 

Deerfield 

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U. Mass. Frosh .. 

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First row: Left to right — G. Hodson, S. Dicks, Col. Marchant, W. Annese. Second row: Left to right 
— C. Voutas, R. Morton, D. Grinkis, J. Cade, R. Schmitt, B. NeweU. 



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Thirty-rwo candidates tried out for the 1964-65 Stock- 
bridge Rifle Team. The seniors that returned for their 
second year are Captain Steve Dicks, Bill Annese, Dan 
Black, and George Hodson. The hard job of picking a 
twelve man team was left to Col. Marchant. 

Once again Stockbridge beat Yale for the sixth con- 
secutive victory with the team compiling a score of 1321 
to 1243 points. 

Three tough matches are remaining, but the team is 
hoping to add three more victories to their record. Con- 
gratulations to Col. Marchant for the fine job he has 
done with the team. 




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Yale 





POSTAL MATCHES 



Alliance College, Pa 1303 

New York State U 1241 

St. Bonaventure U., N.Y. 1150 

TulaneU.,Lou 1377 

Marshall U., W. Va 1337 

Carnegie Tech, Pa 1396 



Stockbridge 1292 

Stockbridge 1282 

Stockbridge 1081 

Stockbridge 1307 

Stockbridge 1326 

Stockbridge 1315 



SHOULDER-TO-SHOULDER MATCHES 

Northeastern U. Frosh 1081 
U. of Mass. Frosh 1 1 16 

Harvard Varsity 1157 

Yale Frosh 1243 

Trinity College Frosh — Forfeit 



Stockbndge 

Stockbridge 


1118 
1105 


Stockbridge 


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Stockbridge 


1321 



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Front: Left to Right — K. Jones, A. Dutra, J. Crowley, P. Gully, R. Costello, P. Johnson. Standing: 
Left to Right — D. Allessio, R. Flemming, P. Johnson, A. Hunter, W. Nooth, K. Stewart, K. Comin- 
sky, Coach Berquist. 



BASKETBALL 




This year's team was headed by the return of 
our lettermen; however, the team never reached 
its full potential and was hampered by lack of 
practice and experience. The record was one win 
and five defeats. 

With many freshmen returning and with the 
team spirit and sportsmanship demonstrated both 
in and off the field, next years team should be an 
even bigger threat. Most imponant — the team has 
gained a real feeling of sportsmanship that will 
never be forgotten. 



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SCORES 

Northampton Commercial College 76 

AtholY. M. C. A 70 

Franklin College 80 

Westfield State J.V 63 

Cornwall Academy 103 

Berkshire Christian College 102 

Northampton Commercial College 58 

Deerfield Academy J.V 67 

Winchendon School 41 

Cornwall Academy 81 

Franklin Pierce College 73 

Northampton Commercial College 69 

Mount Hermon J.V 46 

Windsor Mt. School 46 

Winchendon School 82 

Westfield State J.V 96 



Stockbridge 74 

Stockbridge ()G 

Stockbridge 79 

Stockbridge 76 

Stockbridge 78 

Stockbridge 75 

Stockbridge 68 

Stockbridge 66 

Stockbridge 85 

Stockbridge 67 

Stockbridge 67 

Stockbridge 61 

Stockbridge 70 

Stockbridge 70 

Stockbridge 73 

Stockbridge 90 




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This year the hockey team combined with the 
University freshmen forming an excellent team. 
The skaters worked well together as was proven by 
the excellent record of three wins, no losses and one 
tie. 



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Standing: Left to Right — O. Seibert, B. Anderson. Front: Left to Right — R 
Morton, R. French, D. Tedford. 



SCORES 

Worcester Poly Tech 1 

Deerfield J.V 3 

Amherst Frosh 5 

Deerfield J.V 1 



Stockbridge 16 

Stockbridge 3 

Stockbridge 7 

Stockbridge 4 



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First rotr: Left to Right — K. Steed, A. Lafage, W. Nooth, J. Venuti, D. Olson. Second row: Left to 
right — M. Pecha, J. Lynch, J. Cronin, J. Vizard, D. Spratt, D. Weigal. 



INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL 



All out enthusiasm by both spectators and team 
was the key note for the Middlesex Intramural 
Football Team. The team was comprised of ten 
rugged members and formed an unbeatable com- 
bination. Their record was seven wins and two 
losses to place them in third slot on the Intramural 
Circuit. 

This team was always up against heavy odds, 
but teamwork and strategy helped to overcome this 
handicap. Two individuals were distinguished by 
being chosen for the Intramural All Star Team. 
They were Wendell Nooth, and Kevin Steede. 

With the return of four members next year 
the team should again have extraordinary success. 



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SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURE 

WEEKEND 



This year's first Science in Agriculture Fair was considered a resounding success. An 
estimate of fifteen thousand people viewed the myriad exhibits and functions of the rwo-day 
fair. 

The fistula ted cow presented herself very well to the public, and did not balk as people 
looked into her first stomach and viewed the mysteries of digestion. 

There were many interesting and educational exhibits featured by the various agricultural 
departments. For example, the Land Operation Club featured miniature trees, shrubbery and 
a running brook. Also, the Floriculmre Club drew visitors to its exhibit of floral arrangements 
for the home, hospital and wedding. 

Most important, the show presented well the changing role of agriculture today. It 
helped to clear up misconceptions about the "Aggie College" and showed it to be a dynamic 
and integral part of the modern college campus. 



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SNO-BALL 



This year the annual Sno-Ball Dance was as always, a highlight of the Winter Carnival 
Weekend. As the clock struck eight, couples started to arrive and the music from Bobby 
Kaye and his orchestra filled the ballroom. Many distinguished guests arrived such as 
President and Mrs. Lederle, Mrs, Jeffrey and a number of the faculty. 

When the clock struck ten thirty everyone grew anxious awaiting the selection of the 
Sno-Ball queen. President Lederle crowned this year's queen, Nancy Glover. 

Finally all good things come to an end and so did the Sno-Ball. When twelve o'clock 
struck, the couples started on their own way. They will always have fond memories of the 
Sno-Ball of 1965. 



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Left to Right: Miss Prisilla Moody, Miss Joan Graham, Miss Nancy Glover — the queen. Miss Sandy 
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PROGRESS BANQUET 



The 11th Annual Progress Banquet presented by 
Stoso was held March 9, 1965 in the Student Union 
Ballroom. The banquet this year was well attended and 
enjoyed by all. Awards, scholarships, presentations and 
dedications were awarded to students for their outstand- 
ing achievements while at Stockbridge. 

"Progress Banquet" is a fitting name for this banquet 
because of the recognition given to those students that 
demonstrate interest and initiative in their major and to 
the Stockbridge School. 



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Professor of the Year 




Outstanding Senator 



Outstanding Basketball Player 






Stosag Dedication 



Lear Awards 




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Awarding Stoso Scholarships 



NEW STOSO MEMBERS 




Left to right — First row: R. Gerner, K. Esty, J. Frydman, P. Parkhurst, P. Griffths. Second row: R. 
Ford, J. Cooper, J. Roseberry, S. Calef, J. Bunce. Third row: R. Schmitt, W. Holmes, J. Cade. 




Outstanding Stoso Member 



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LITTLE INTERNATIONAL 




The 1965 Little International was once again a great 
success. The animals were fitted and shown especially well 
this year which made it difficult for the judges to choose a 
winner. 

The participants are Animal Science majors in both the 
University and Stockbridge. The purpose of the show is to 
give the smdents an opportunity to fit, train, and show an 
animal of a certain species. 

The "Coed-Milking Contest" provided entertainment for 
all. Coeds who aren't familiar with the art of milking, 
participate in the contest for the title of the "Girl with the 
most Pull on Campus". 

Reserve Premier Showman Ronald Wright 

Premier Showman Philip Gagnon 

Honorable Mention Robert Gilmore 



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CAMPUS 



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Ask me if I care 



Church is out ! 



Hatch Rats 




Try Nair 



Betrayed 




George is at it again 



Rat's at it again 



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Studying? 



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Vermont Life 



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Rat's scooping again 



My voice is still changing 



ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 

The following people have contributed greatly to the success of the 1965 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 office staff for their many suggestions and favors. 

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

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

to Mr. Kosarick for his assistance with the photography. 

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

the Yearbook Staff 



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