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• 'Neath the elms of dear old Amherst stands 
our college fair . . . 

• hail to thee our alma mater Stockbridge 
men go there • . . 

• working ever, falter never, onward toward 
our goal . . . 

• give your best to good old Stockbridge . . . 

• body . . . 

• heart . . . 

• and soul . . . 



STOSAG 

61 



Stockbridge School of Agriculture 
University of Massachusetts 
Amherst, Massachusetts 



The Stockbridge yearbook staff takes great pride and admiration 
in dedicating the yearbook, STOSAG 67, to COL. JOHN C. 
MARCHANT. 

Col. Marchant graduated from Stockbridge School in 1928 ma- 
joring in vegetable gardening. He continued his education at the 
National University Law School, Washington, D. C. receiving his 
L.L.B., L.L.M, M.P.L. degrees. Entering the service he graduated 
from The Command and General Staff School, Fort Leavenworth, 
Kansas, The Armed Forces Staff College, Norfolk, Virginia, Aca- 
demic Instructor's Course, Air University, Maxwell AFB, Alabama. 
His distinguished Armed Forces career lasted from 1940-1962. In 
July 1958 he became Professor and Head of the Department of Air 
Science (Air Force R.O.T.C.) at the University of Massachusetts and 
retired from the U.S.A. F. in June 1962. Today Col. Marchant is the 
University of Massachusetts, Director of Security, a Civil Defense 
Officer of the University and a life member of the Stockbridge Alumni 
Association as well as a member of the Massachusetts Bar Associa- 
tion and Sigma Delta Kappa Legal Fraternity. Col. Marchant is far 
more well known as the coach of the Stockbridge Rifle Team. For 
years he has donated his time generously to Stockbridge boys, de- 
veloping their sharp eyes and straight aims. To quote his own year- 
book "His hobby consists of coddling a Winchester, and we under- 
stand he can make rifles and targets do tricks." We can think of no 
greater thanks than to dedicate our yearbook to him and simply say 
"Thank you". 





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John W. Lederle 

President 

University of Massachusetts 



William F. Field 

Dean of Students 

University of Massachusetts 




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Arless A. Spielman 

Dean and Director 

College of Agriculture 

University of Massachusetts 



Fred P. Jeffrey 

Assistant Director 

College of Agriculture 

University of Massachusetts 




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STOCKBRIDGE ADVISORY COMMITTEE 



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Left to right, Row 1 : A. Wrisley, G. Goddard, G. King, F. Potter, 
D. Marion. Row 2: F. Jeffrey, J. Bragg, A. Tuttle, R. Hoadley, 
R. Foley, H. Mosher, J. Dennison. 



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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. 



FACULTY 





Walter I. Ashland, Jr. 

Instructor in Landscape 

Architecture, B.S. 



Richard E. Berquist 

Assistant Professor 
of Physical Education, M.A. 




Wallace G. Black 

Professor of Animal 

Science, 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 Agriculture 
and Food Economics, Ph.D. 






William J. Bramlage 

Assistant Professor 
of Plant Science, Ph.D. 



Ernest M. Buck 

Assistant Professor of Food 

Science and Technology, Ph.D. 



James W. Callahan 

Assistant Professor of Agricul- 
tural and Food Economics, M.S. 






Mary Christiano 

Instructor 

in Medical Technology, M.S. 



Margaret A. Coffey 
Professor and Head of Depart- 
ment of Physical Education for 
Women, Ph.D. 



William H. Collins 

Assistant Professor 
of Agriculture Engineering, M.S. 



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Norman G. Coumoyer 

Assistant Professor of Food 

Science and Technology, M.B.A. 



John W. Denison 
Instructor in Animal Science, B.S. 



Mack Drake 

Professor of Plant 
and Soil Science, Ph.D. 






Mrs. Marron S. DuBois 
Instructor in English, B.A. 



Charles E. Eshbach 

Associate Professor of Restaurant 

and Hotel Management, M.P.A. 



William B. Esselen 
Commonwealth Head of Depart- 
ment of Food Science and 
Technology, Ph.D. 






David A. Evans 

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



Gerald A. Fitzgerald 

Professor 
of Agricultural Engineering, B.S. 



Stevenson W. Fletcher 
Instructor 
of Agricultural Engineering, M.S. 



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Richard C. Foley 

Professor 
of Animal Science, Ph.D. 



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. 



Tom S. Hamilton, Jr. 

Assistant Professor 
of Landscape Architecture, M.S. 



Denzel J. Hankinson 

Professor of Dairy and Animal 

Science and Head of 

Department, Ph.D. 






John F. Hanson 
Professor of Entomology, Ph.D. 



Robert B. Hoadley 

Assistant Professor 
of Forestry, Ph.D. 



Ernest H. Hofer 

Associate Head, 

Department of English, Ph.D. 



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Ward M. Hunting 

Assistant Professor of Food 
Science and Technology, Ph.D. 



Curtis A. Johnson 

Associate Professor 
of Agricultural Engineering, M.S. 



Ernest A. Johnson 

Assistant Professor 
of Agricultural Engineering, M.S. 






Gordon S. King 

Professor of Arboriculture and 
Park Management, M.S. 



Stephen R. Kosakowski 

Athletic Coach, 
Physical Education 



Deane Lee 

Assistant Professor of Agricul- 
tural and Food Economics, M.S. 






Theodore W. Leed 

Professor of Agricultural 
and Food Economics, Ph.D. 



Donald E. Lunberg 

Professor of Restaurant and 
Hotel Management, Ph.D. 



Sidney J. Lyford 

Assistant Professor 

of Animal Science, Ph.D. 



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Donald R. Marion 
Assistant Professor of Agricul- 
tural and Food Economics, M.S. 



Donald N. Maynard 

Assistant Professor 
of Horticulture, Ph.D. 



Louis F. Mickelson 

Assistant Professor 
of Agronomy, Ph.D. 






Harold E. Mosher 

Associate Professor of Landscape 

Architecture, M.L.A. 



T. Michael Peters 

Assistant Professor 
of Entomology, Ph.D. 



Edward S. Pira 
Assistant Professor of Agricul- 
tural Engineering, M.S. 






Frank E. Potter 

Associate Professor of Food 
Science and Technology, Ph.D. 



Paul N. Procopio 

Professor 
of Landscape Architecture, M.S. 



Lawrence D. Rhoades 

Assistant Professor of Agricul- 
tural and Food Economics, M.S. 



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Arnold D. Rhodes 

Professor of Forestry and Wildlife 

Biology and Head of 

Department, M.F. 



William A. Rosenau 

Assistant Professor 
of Plant Science, Ph.D. 



Elizabeth M. Rust 

Associate Professor 

of Home Economics, Ph.D. 






F. Miles Sawyer 

Associate Professor of Food 

Science and Technology, Ph.D. 



Russel E. Smith 

Professor 
of Veterinary Science, D.V.M. 



Franklin W. Southwick 

Professor of Plant and Soil 

Sciences and Head of 

Department, Ph.D. 






Richard A. Southwick 

Assistant Professor 
of Agronomy, M.S. 



John B. Soward 

Graduate Assistant 
in Psychology, M.S. 



Herbert G. Spindler 

Assistant Professor of Agricul- 
tural and Food Economics, M.B.S. 



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Richard L. Stromgren 
Instructor in Speech, M.A. 




Cecil L. Thomson 

Professor 

of Plant and Soil Science, M.S. 




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Joseph Troll 

Assistant Professor 
of Agronomy, Ph.D. 






Alden P. Tuttle 

Assistant Professor 

of Horticulture, M.S. 



Jonas Vengris 
Associate Professor of Plant 
and Soil Science, D. Agr. Sc. 



Martin E. Weeks 

Professor 
of Plant and Soil Science, Ph.D. 




Walter D. Weeks 

Professor 

of Plant and Soil Science, Ph.D. 




Ellsworth H. Wheeler 
Professor of Entomology, Ph.D. 




Earle D. Whitney 

Instructor 

in Park Management, B.S. 



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Albert L. Wrisley, Jr. 
Assistant Professor Restaurant 
and Hotel Management, M.A. 



John M. Zak 

Assistant Professor 
of Agronomy, M.S. 




Ervin H. Zube 
Professor of Landscape 
Architecture and Head 
of Department, M.L.A. 



FACULTY NOT PICTURED 



Stephen I. Allen 

Assistant Professor 

of Mathematics and Associate 

Head of Department, Ph.D. 



John H. Baker 

Assistant Professor 
of Soil Science, Ph.D. 



Dr. J. T. Clayton 

Professor of Agricultural 

Engineering and Head of 

Department, Ph.D. 



Justin L. Cobb 

Assistant Professor of Physical 
Education, M.Ed. 



Nicholas Dines 

Instructor 
of Landscape Architecture 



C. Richard Orr 

Instructor in Speech, M.A. 



Robert C. Perriello 

Associate Professor 
of Public Health, B.S. 



Virginia C. Perry 
Instructor in English 



Terry H. Wells 
Instructor in Speech, M.S. 



Jean B. Wyckoff 

Professor of Agricultural and 

Food Economics and Head of 

Department, Ph.D. 



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RICHARD C. AHERN 

52 Broad St. 

Pittsfield, Mass. 

Park Management 

Shorthorn Sports Editor; 

Intramural Football 1,2; 

Basketball 1; Softball 2; 

Intramural Chairman; 

Athletic Committee Co-Chairmman; 

Chairman of Science Fair; 

Park Management Club. 



BRIAN L. ALBERSE 

90 Prospect St. 

Ramsey, New Jersey 

Restaurant and Hotel Management 

Senate 1,2; Dorm Social 

Director 1; Innkeepers 1,2; 

Newman Club 2. 



DANIEL H. ALEXANDER 

44 Lawrence St. 

Canton, Mass. 

Landscape Operations Club 1,2; 

Secretary of Landscape Operation 

Club 2. 



SENIORS 




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DONALD G. ALLAIRE 

66 Park Hill Ave. 

Millburg, Mass. 

Turf Management 

Turf Management Club. 



JARL M. ANDERSON 

44 Browning St. 

Weymouth, Mass. 

Arboriculture and Park Management 

Arboriculture and Park Management 

Club. 



ROBERT J. ANDREWS 

128 Hampden St. 

West Springfield, Mass. 

Arboriculture and Park Management 

Stockbridge Rifle Team 1,2; 

Vice-President Rifle Teim 2; 

Arboriculture and Park Management 

Club. 



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CHANDLER W. ATKINS 

Mt. Pollox Dr. 

Amherst, Mass. 

Fruit and Vegetable 

ATG Football 2; ATG Baseball 2; 

ATG Basketball 2; ATG Bowling 1; 

2; Treasurer ATG 2; Horticulture 

Club. 



ROBERT A. BADAL 

159 Beacon St. 
Newington, Conn. 
Food Distribution 
Food Distribution Club Vice- 
President. 



CHARLES R. BANKS 

32 Bedford Terrace 

Northampton, Mass. 

Dairy Technology 

Senate; Dairy Tech. Club 1,2. 







GEORGE J. BARLOW 

173 South St. 

Brookline, Mass. 

Landscape Operations 

Landscape Operations Club. 



PETER D. BEATON 

19 Tremont Rd. 

Wareham, Mass. 

Fruit and Vegetable 

Horticultural Club Treasurer. 



JOHN G. BELDING 

3607 Sylvan Dr. 

Baltimore, Md. 

Arboriculture and Park Management 

Arboriculture and Park Management 

Club 1,2. 



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DAVID S. BELL 

290 Willow St. 

Waterbury, Conn. 

Restaurant and Hotel Management 



RICHARD E. BENAK 

665 Centre St. 
Newton, Mass. 
Restaurant and Hotel Management 
Intramural Football; Senate; Innkeep- 
ers 1,2; Innkeepers Executive Board 2. 



CLAUDE L. BENOIT 

3 Blossom St. 

Leominster, Mass. 

Arboriculture and Park Management 

Arboriculture and Park Management 

Club. 








JAMES E. BERRY 

16 Loris Rd. 

Danvers, Mass. 



KENNETH H. BICKNELL 

162 Central St. 

Hingham, Mass. 

Restaurant and Hot°l Management 

Innkeepers 1,2; Science Fiction Club. 



THOMAS R. BILLODEAU 

14 Green St. 
Monson, Mass. 
Animal Science 



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ALFRED J. BIRCHLER 

69 Trapelo Rd. 

Waltham, Mass. 

Arboriculture and Park Management 

Intramural Football. 



PAUL D. BRODEUR 

66 Nonotuck St. 

Holyoke, Mass. 
Wood Utilization 

Forestry Club. 



GREGORY BURKE 

17 Le Claire Terrace 

Chicopee, Mass. 

Landscape Operations 

Landscape Operations Club, 

Treasurer; Intramural Basketball. 








ROBERT G. BURNS 

1033 Center St. 

Boston, Mass. 

Arboriculture and Park Management 

APO; Arboriculture and Park 

Management Club 1,2; Forestry 

Club 1,2; Outing Club 1,2; 
Intramural Football 1,2: Volley- 
ball 1,2; Softball 2; Volunteer 
Fire Dept. 



DAVID G. CALARESE 

103 Mendon St. 

Hopedale, Mass. 

Food Distribution 

Food Distribution Club. 



ROBERT F. CAOUETTE 

Central St. 
Turners Falls, Mass. 
Arboriculture and Park Management 
Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment Club; Golf Team. 



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ROBERT R. CAREY 

92 Holyoke St. 
Easthampton, Mass. 
Food Distribution 
Food Distribution Club, Secretary- 
Treasurer 1, President 2. 



ARTHUR E. CLAPP 

North Road 

Westhampton, Mass. 

Stoso 2. 



ROBERT CLARK 

17 Crossway Place 
Osterville, Mass. 




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WILLIAM CLARK 

375 Edmonds Rd. 
Framingham, Mass. 



MICHAEL L. COLLINS 

Skytop Drive 

Norwalk, Conn. 

Restaurant and Hotel Management 

Stoso; Innkeepers 1,2; Soccer 

1,2; Intramural Football 2; 

Newman Club Social Committee. 



RONALD E. CORDONNIER 

44 Hale St. 

West Springfield, Mass. 

Landscape Operations 

Landscape Operations Club. 






GARY J. CORNING 

44 Elm St. 

Somerville, Mass. 

Landscape Operations 

Landscape Operations Club, 

President 2. 



WILLIAM J. COTE 

54 Eagle St. 

Ware, Mass. 

Arboriculture and Park Management 

Arboriculture and Park Management 

Club. 



JOHN T. COUGHLIN 

13 Birch St. 

Lynn, Mass. 

Wood Utilization 

Stoso; Forestry Club; Intramural 

Football and Softball. 



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RICHARD D. CRAIB 

Mechanic St. 

Upton, Mass. 

Turf Management 

Turf Management Club. 



CARLA E. CREAGER 

5 Upland Rd. 
Framingham, Mass. 
Restaurant and Hotel Management 
Sigma Sigma Alpha 1,2; Inn- 
keepers 1,2. 



WILLIAM P. CUTLER, JR. 

935 Main St. 

Acton, Mass. 

Restaurant and Hotel Management 

Intramural Football 2; Science 

Fiction Club ; Innkeepers. 







PAULSON A. DAVIS 

9 Navin Ave. 

Lee, Mass. 

Animal Science 

Animal Science Club 1,2. 



VINCENT DiPIETRO 

Reservation Rd. 
Farmington, Mass. 
Arboriculture and Park Management 
Intramural Football 1,2; 
Arboriculture and Park Manage- 
ment Club. 



HERBERT J. DOHERTY 

38 Monument Sq. 

Charlestown, Mass. 

Floriculture 

Floriculture Club; Stoso; 

Audio-Visual Technician. 



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JOSEPH C. DONBROWO, JR. 

287 Vine St. 

Athol, Mass. 

Arboriculture and Park Management 



BRIAN 0. DOUILLETTE 

379 Center St. 

Brockton, Mass. 

Arboriculture and Park Management 

APO; Newman Club; Forestry 

Club. 



ALAN D. DOWNEY 

81 Glenwood St. 

Lynn, Mass. 

Dairy Technology 

Dairy Technology Club 1,2; 

President 2. 









WALTER J. DRABANTOWICZ 

13 Munroe St. 

Northampton, Mass. 

Food Distribution 

Food Distribution Club 1,2. 



ARMOND E. DRAGON, JR. 

20 Florence Road 

Easthampton, Mass. 

Animal Science 



STANLEY E. DURKEE, JR. 

284 School St. 

Athol, Mass. 

Arbor and Park Management 

Intramural Volleyball 2; Arbor and 

Park Club 1,2; Forestry Club 1,2; 

Stockbridge Senate 2; Student Union 

Government Board 2. 



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ROBERT J. DWYER 

114 Stratford Avenue 

Pittsfield, Mass. 

Turf Management 

Basketball 1,2; Golf 2; Turf Club 1,2. 



HOWARD ELLISON 

17 Walnut Hill Rd. 

Chestnut Hill, Mass. 

Restaurant and Hotel Mang. 

Alpha Tau Gamma; Innkeepers 

Club 1,2. 



DONALD H. ENSELEK 

245 State Street 

Northampton, Mass. 

Arbor and Park Management 

Rifle Team 1, Captain and President 2, 

Arbor and Park Club 1,2. 









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JOSEPH M. FATELLO 

27 Guild Road 

Beverly, Mass. 

Wood Utilization 

Student Senate 1,2; Forestry Club; 

Folk Club; Newman Center. 



JAMES R. FITZROY 

P.O. Box 107 

Hinsdale, Mass. 

Turf Management 

Basketball 1. 



THOMAS J. FOOTE 

119 Sunnyside Ave. 

Winthrop, Mass. 

Arboriculture and Park Management 

Alpha Phi Omega; Stosag; 

Arboriculture and Park Management 

Club; Forestry Club; Young 

Independents Club 



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PETER L. FOSTER 

Aucoot Road 

Mattapoisett, Mass. 

Wood Utilization 

Intramural Swimming. 



DAVID F. FRANCIS 

Main Street 

Upton, Mass. 

Arboriculture and Park Management 

Stockbridge Basketball 1 ; 

Intramural Football 1,2; 

Arboriculture and Park 

Management Club. 



FREDRICK E. FRENCH 

Baldwin Hill Road 

Phillipston, Mass. 

Landscape Operations 




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LARRY S. FRENCH 

Baldwin Hill Road 

Phillipston, Mass. 

Animal Science 

Animal Science Club. 



DAVID T. FRYE 

390 Holtshire Road 
Orange, Mass. 
Fruit and Vegetable 



ALAN W. FULLER 

Southampton Road 
Westhampton, Mass. 
Landscape Operations 







THOMAS H. GAGNON 

175 Ryan Road 

Florence, Mass. 

Arboriculture and Park Management 

Arboriculture and Park 

Management Club. 



DELBERT P. GARIEPY 

Forand Lane 

Tiverton, Rhode Island 

Arboriculture and Park Management 

Alpha Phi Omga; Newman Club; 

U. Mass. Outing Club; Arbor 

and Park Club; U. Mass. Sport 

Parachute Club; Newman Acolyte. 



KENNETH S. GENDALL 

26 Marie St. 

Tewksbury, Mass. 

Turf Management 

Turf Management Club 1,2. 



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RICHARD W. GILMORE 

Adams St. 

Westboro, Mass. 

Fruit and Vegetable 

ATG 1,2. 



GREGORY F. GIMBLETTE 

33 Northumberland Rd. 

Pittsfield, Mass. 

Turf Management 

Turf Club; Ag. Fair Chairman 

for Turf Management. 



HARRY L. GLAZIER 

9 Parker Ave. 
Northfield, Mass. 
Wood Utilization 








MAXINE GLICKMAN 

29 Willard Circle 

Westwood, Mass. 

Floriculture 

Sigma Sigma Alpha 1, Vice-Pres. 2; 

Stoso 1, Sec. 2; Stosag, Organizations 

Editor 1,2; Graduation Committee, 

Dinner Dance 2; Floriculture Club 1, 

Treasurer 2; Judiciary 1. 



RICHARD B. GODDARD 

Old Sudbury Rd. 

Lincoln, Mass. 
Food Distribution 
Stosag 1; Judo Club; Intramural Soft- 
ball and Football; Food Distribution 
Club. 



ROBERT F. X. GORMAN 

33 Brackett St. 

Medford, Mass. 

Wood Utilization 

Collegian 1,2 ; Collegian 

Associate Day Editor 2; 

Forestry Club 1,2, Sec. 2; Senate 1,2; 

College Folk Club 1,2; Newman 

Club 1,2. 



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EARL P. GREY 

200 Swanton St. 
Winchester, Mass. 
Turf Management 



RICHARD S. GRIFFING 

Long Hill Road 

West Brookfield, Mass. 

Animal Science 

Shorthorn- Treasurer 1,2; Asst. 

Editor 2; Intramural sports — 

Football 2: Baseball 1,2; 

Basketball 1,2; Volleyball 1,2; 

Stoso; Ag Fair. 



DAVID A. GRINKIS 

Maple St. 
Sterling Junction, Mass. 
Animal Science 
Ag Fair Committee; Intramural 
Sports— Football 1,2; Baseball 1,2; 
Bowling 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Cross- 
country; Animil Science Club 1,2; 
Stockbridge Rifle Team 1,2. 









ROBERT J. HAAS 

824 Amostown Rd. 

West Springfield, Mass. 

Arboriculture and Park Management 

Football 1,2. 



JAMES B. HACKER 

3 Gardner Rd. 

Peabody, Mass. 

Dairy Technology 

Intramural Sports — Football 1,2; 

Softball 1,2; Basketball 1,2; 

Dairy Tech Club 1,2; Student 

Senate 1. 



DAVID F. HAINES HI 

46 Garfield Ave. 

Easthampton, Mass. 

Arboriculture and Park Management 

Arboriculture and Park Management 

Club 1,2. 



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ROBERT A. HANEISEN 

937 East St. 

Walpole, Mass. 

Floriculture 

Soccer 1; Intramural Bowling 1,2; 

Captain 2; Floriculture Club. 



RONALD E. HANSEN 

79 Monroe St. 

Dedham, Mass. 

Turf Management 

Turf Management Club. 



RUSSELL N. HARVEY, JR. 

17 Thomas St. 

Fitchburg, Mass. 

Landscape Operations 









CARL R. HAWK 

69 Belmont Ave. 
Northampton, Mass. 
Restaurant and Hotel Management 
Stosag, Layout Editor 1, Editor- 
in-Chief 2; Class Treasurer 1,2; 
Stoso 1,2; Student Senate 1,2; 
Innkeepers Club 1,2; Graduation 
Weekend Co-Chairman 2; Executive 
Board 1,2. 



DAVID C. HINE 

Bailey Road 

Lanesborough, Mass. 

Floriculture 

Floriculture Club 1, President 2. 



WILLIAM L. HONAN, JR. 

260 Pleasant St. 
Winthrop, Mass. 

Floriculture 
Floriculture Club. 



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EDWARD CARON HORTON 

62 Midland Ave. 

Beaurepaire, Quebec 

Turf Management 

Turf Bulletin Editor; Turf Club. 



PETER B. HOULE 

Bunker Hill Road 

Andover, Mass. 

Turf Management 

Soccer 1,2; Turf Management 

Club, 1,2; Senate 2. 



THOMAS F. HOUSTON 

1057 North Pleasant St. 

Amherst, Mass. 

Arboriculture and Park Management 

Rifle Team 2. 




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SAMUEL J. HOWIE, JR. 

152 Ridge St. 

Millis, Mass. 

Fruit and Vegetable 

Soccer 1,2 ; Horticulture 

Club 1,2. 



STEVEN B. HUMPHREYS 

61 Kimball Road 

Fitchburg, Mass. 

Turf Management 

Turf Club. 



JOHN L. HUNT 

Lake Lauderdale Road 
Cambridge, New York 

Turf Management 
Turf Management Club. 








STEPHEN P. JASINSKI 

24 Powell St. 

Florence, Mass. 

Food Distribution 

Food Distribution Club. 



RANDOLPH C. JENKINS 

11 Union St. 

Hingham, Mass. 

Arboriculture and Park Management 

Intramurals — Football 1,2 ; Basketball 

1,2; Cross Country 1,2; Volleyball 1; 

Softball 1. 



CARL W. R. JOHNSON, JR. 

112 Jefferson St. 

South Braintree, Mass. 

Restaurant and Hotel Mang. 

Photography; Karate; Photo Center. 



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PHILLIP E. JOHNSON 

Avon Rd. 

Unionville, Conn. 

Arbor and Park Management 

Arbor and Park Club. 



GERALD R. JOLLY 

70 Fountain St. 

Ashland, Mass. 

Restaurant and Hotel Mang. 

Stoso 1, Vice-President 2; 

Innkeepers Club 1,2. 



CHARLES B. KELLOGG 

251 Pelham Rd. 

Amherst, Mass. 

Arbor and Park Management 

Arbor and Park Management Club. 







RICHARD B. KELLY 

Gable St. 

Upton, Mass. 

Fruit and Vegetable 



TERRY J. KENNEDY 

R5 Conant St. 

Beverly, Mass. 

Arboriculture and Park Management 

Stoso; Student Senate; Class 

Vice-President 2 ; Graduation 

Weekend Co-Chairman 2. 



RAYMOND KERVIAN, JR. 

Mt. Hermon Rd. 

Northfield, Mass. 

Turf Management 

Turf Management Club. 



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DANA E. KING 

8 Scales Lane 

Townsend, Mass. 

Landscape Operations 



SUSAN H. KINNER 

6 Cedarwood Rd. 
Gloucester, Mass. 
Floriculture 
Sigma Sigma Alpha 1; Secretary- 
Treasure 2; Collegian 1; Shorthorn 2; 
Stosag 1; Editor Dorm and Campus 
Life 2; Class Secretary 2; Floriculture 

Club 1,2; Senate 2; Stoso 1,2; Exect. 
Board 2; Agricultural Fair 1,2; Gradu- 
ation Weekend, Co-Chairman 2. 



JAMES R. LAGERGREN 

146 Scudder Rd. 

OsterviUe-, Mass. 

Turf Management 

Turf Club. 




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JOEL G. LAGERGREN 

146 Scudder Rd. 

OsterviUe, Mass. 

Turf Management 

Turf Club. 



ROLAND G. LAMOUREUX 

79 Reservoir Rd. 

Leeds, Mass. 
Food Distribution 



DAVID B. LAMSON 

County Rd. 

North Falmouth, Mass. 

Turf Management 
Turf Management Club. 



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DENNIS N. LANGLOIS 

978 Lucy St. 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Arboriculture and Park Management 

Intramural Sports — Football 1,2; 

Basketball 1,2; Softball 1; 

Newman Club; Arbor and Park Club. 



FRANCIS X. LARRIVEE 

South St. 

Cheshire, Mass. 

Floriculture 



DAVID E. LAWTON 

14 McAdams Rd. 

Framingham, Mass. 

Food Distribution 

Food Distribution Club. 






OLIVER LEACH 

20 Craw Ave. 

Rowayton, Conn. 

Turf Management 

Stoso-Treas. 2; Turf Management 

Club; Soccer 1,2. 



RONALD J. LENARCYZK 

12 Union St. 

Northampton, Mass. 

Restaurant and Hotel Management 

Innkeepers Club 1,2. 



PETER C. LINDBERG 

5 Arbutus St 
Monument Beach, Mass. 
Arbor and Park Management 
Arbor and Park Club. 



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WILLIAM J. LINDEMAN 

24 Norman St. 

Marblehead, Mass. 

Animal Science 

Poultry Judgeing Team; AFROTC 

Flying Redmen Drill Team. 




PETER P. LUCCHESI 

4 River Terrace 

Holyoke, Mass. 

Landscape Operations 







RONALD M. LURIE 

227 Walnut St. 

Chelsea, Mass. 

Floriculture 

Floriculture Club 1,2. 




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PAUL C. LYNCH 

32 Emerson St. Ext. 

Peabody, Mass. 

Turf Management 

Turf Management Club 1,2; 

Basketball 1,2. 



WILLIAM FRANCIS LYONS 

73 Chestnut Circle 

Randolph, Mass. 

Animal Science 

Intramural Sports; Animal 

Husbandry Club 1,2; Ties. 2; 

Stoso ; Agricultural Fair 

Committee 1,2. 



JOHN J. MACKIN, JR. 

24 Grand Ave. 

Millers Falls, Mass. 

Arboriculture and Park Management 

Intramural Bowling 1,2 ; 

Intramural Football 1,2 ; 

Arboriculture and Park Club 1,2; 

Newman Club 2. 







JAMES A. MANNA 

12 Chestnut St. 

Hingham, Mass. 

Arboriculture and Park Management 

Alpha Tau Gamma — House 

Manager; Senate; Arboriculture 

and Park Management Club. 



ROBERT J. MARSTON 

126 Bridge St. 

Salem, Mass. 

Restaurant and Hotel Management 

Intramural Football; Softball; 

Basketball 1,2; Jeweler's 

Representative — Alpha Tau 

Gamma. 



KENNETH N. MAYO 

Nauset Beach Rd. 

East Orleans, Mass. 

Restaurant and Hotel Mang. 

Innkeepers Club 1,2; Intramural 

Football 2. 






BRIAN McCarthy 

45 Cleveland St. 

Greenfield, Mass. 

Turf Management Club 

Turf Management Club 1,2; U. M. 

Marching Band. 



DAVID H. McPHEE 

215 Rocky Hill Rd. 

Hadley, Mass. 

Restaurant and Hotel Mang. 

Stosag 1,2. 



ALAN E. MELLGREN 

387 East St. 

Hingham, Mass. 

Arbor and Park Management 

Football Intramural 2; Arbor and Park 

Management Club 1,2. 







THOMAS A. MENDLER 

48 Arden Rd. 

Trumbull, Conn. 

Food Distribution 

Food Distribution Club. 



ROBERT W. MERRITT 

37 High St. 

Norwell, Mass. 

Arbor and Park Management 

Stoso; Senate 2; Arbor and Park Club 

Treasurer; P.I.P.E. 2. 



FRANCIS A. MIKULIS 

99 Harris St. 

Methuen, Mass. 

Arboriculture and Park Management 

Vice-President Arboriculture Club 1,2; 

Forestry Club 1,2; PIPE member; 

Senate Treasurer 2. 



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MARJORIE JEAN MILES 

28 Wyant Rd. 

Oxford, Conn. 

Restaurant and Hotel Management 

U. of Mass — Stockbridge Innkeeper 

Club; Program Chairman. 



GORDON S. MILLER 

25 Lexington Dr. 

Beverly, Mass. 

Arboriculture and Park Management 

Interdorm Football; P.I.P.E. 



JOHN L. MILLER 

65 Pearl Hill Rd. 

Fitchburg, Mass. 

Wood Utilization 

Rifle Team. 







RAYMOND F. MONGRAIN 

96 Walnut Hill 

Orange, Mass. 

Food Distribution 

Food Distribution Club. 



STEVEN J. MONTGOMERY 

502 Meadow St. 

Agawam, Mass. 

Food Distribution 

Food Distribution Club 1,2; Senate 1,2; 

Senate Budget Committee 1,2 



RONALD W. MOONEY 

4 Woodland Rd. 

Glen Cove, New York 

Turf Management 

A.T.G.; Turf Club Vice-President; 

Soccer 2. 



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STEPHEN E. MOOS 

629 Granby Rd. 
South Hadley, Mass. 
Landscape, Operations 



XAVIER P. MOSCOSO 

131 Julio Zaldumbide 

Quito, Ecuador 

South America 

Animal Science 

T.E.P.; Soccer 1,2. 



DAVID F. MOSHER 

711 Worcester St. 

Wellesley, Mass. 

Landscape Operations 

Landscape Operations Club; 

Soccer 1. 








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GEORGE F. MOSLEY 

58 Smith St. 

Middleboro, Mass. 

Landscape Operations 

Land Op. Club. 



RAYMOND P. MOTHA 

Aliens Neck Road 

Dartmouth, Mass. 

Agricultural Business Management 



ROBERT 0. MOYER 

70 Stratford Ave. 

Pittsfield, Mass. 

Turf Management 

A.T.G. 



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ALEXANDER MURPHY III 

1315 Tinkham Rd. 
Wilbraham, Mass. 
Wood Utilization 



ROBERT G. MURPHY 

7 Pleasant St. 
Natick, Mass. 



GAIL A. MUZZY 

7 Kenwood Rd. 

Holden, Mass. 

Animal Science 

Sigma Sigma Alpha; Student Senate 

Animal Science Club 1,2; Equestrian 

Club 1,2. 




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MICHAEL J. NETTO 

14 Parsons St. 

Northampton, Mass. 

Restaurant and Hotel Management 

Stosag Candid Photographer 2; 

Innkeepers Football 1 ; Innkeepers 

Club 1,2. 



WAYNE K. OTTANI 

63 Homestead Blvd. 

Longmeadow, Mass. 

Arboriculture and Park Management 



RICHARD A. PEARSON 

Town Farm Rd. 

Sutton, Mass. 

Animal Science 

Animal Science Club. 








MILTON J. PEPIN 

92 Newton St. 

W. Boylston, Mass. 

Restaurant and Hotel Management 

Judiciary 1,2; Innkeepers Club 1,2. 



CHARLES A. PERELLE III 

563 Poplar St. 

/Roslindale, Mass. 

Golf Team; Skiing. 



DAVID S. PETERSON 

98 Greenwood Rd. 

Andover, Mass. 

Arboriculture and Park Management 

Arboriculture and Park Management; 

Member of Wildlife Federation. 



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ROBERT W. POLLOCK, JR. 

1248 Ashby State Rd. 

Fitchburg, Mass. 

Arboricult)»re and Park Management 

Shorthorn 1; Haymakers Club 2; 
Arboriculture and Park Management. 




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FRANK H. POWERS 

Hummock Pond Rd. 

Nantucket, Mass. 

Fruit and Vegetable 

Horticulture Club ; Senate. 





ALAN D. PROVOST 

71 Norwood St. 
Swansea, Mass. 
Arboriculture and Park Management 
Senate 1,2; Stoso 1,2; Arboriculture 
and Park Management Club; Intra- 
mural Footbnll 1; Class President 1,2; 
Graduation Weekend Co-Chairman 2. . 








JOHN P. RE 

346 Bridge St. 

Dedham, Mass. 

Arboriculture and Park Management 

Intramural Football 2; Arboriculture 

and Park Management Club. 



ROBERT F. RICH 

6 Moen St. 

Worcester, Mass. 

Arboriculture and Park Management 

Basketball 1,2, Co-Captain 2. 



PHILLIP R. ROBILLARD 

125 Burnett Rd. 

Granby, Mass. 

Restaurant and Hotel Management 

Stosag 1,2, Business Manager 2; 

Senate 2; Innkeepers 1,2, Social 

Chairman 2; Science Fiction Club 2; 

Junior Chapter of Hotel Sales 

Management Association 2. 



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JOHN J. ROMANO 

49 Clematis Rd. 

Agawam, Mass. 
Restaurant and Hotel Management 
Alpha Tau Gamma 1,2, Secretary 2. 



DAVID A. SALMELA 

30 Old North Rd. 

Hudson, Mass. 

Landscape Operations 

Landscape Operations Club; Soccer 1,2. 



JOHN A. SAVARINO 

2 Rockview Ave. 

Melrose, Mass. 

Animal Science 

Shorthorn Editor 2; Animal Husbandry 

Club Vice-Pres. ; Stoso 2; Senate. 







JOSEPH SAWICKI 

39 Harvard St. 

Whitman, Mass. 

Arboriculture and Park Management 



SYDNEY S. SCHMITCHEL 

Ellsworth St. 

Brockton, Mass. 

Food Distribution 

Food Distribution Club; Newman Club. 



CHARLES P. SCHMOHL 

Charles Patten Dr. 

Sterling, Mass. 

Landscape Operations 

Inter Dorm Tennis 1; Landscape 

Operations Club. 



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JAMES W. SEARS 

286 Batchelor St. 

Granby, Mass. 

Floriculture 

Floriculture Club. 



WILLIAM H. SHAW 

78 Lucas St. 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Fruit and Vegetable 

Horticulture Club ; Football 1 ; 

Horticulture Club Tres. 2. 



KAREN L. SIMPTER 

197 Leyden Rd. 

Greenfield, Mass. 

Restaurant and Hotel Management 

Sigma Sigma Alpha 1,2; Stosag, 

Class Co-Editor 2; Innkeepers 1,2, 

Secretary 2 ; Dinner Dance Committee. 






DAVID J. SMITH 

145 River Rd. 

Andover, Mass. 

Animal Science 

Senate. 



JON S. SMITH 

20 N. Bedford St. 

East Bridgewater, Mass. 

Alpha Tau Gamma. 



RICHARD L. SOMMER 

32 Hickory Dr. 

Northampton, Mass. 

Restaurant and Hotel Management 

Alpha Tau Gamma. 



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STEPHEN J. SPIGEL 

4 Scally Circle 
Randolph, Mass. 
Landscape Operations 
Landscape Operations Club, Vice- 
President. 



PAUL T. STANLEY 

7 Lenoxdale Ave. 

Dorchester, Mass. 

Dairy Technology 

Dairy Club 1, Vice-President 2. 



CAROL A. STENTIFORD 

805 North St. 

Pittsfield, Mass. 

Floriculture 

Scrolls; Sigma Sigma Alpha; 

Senate; Floriculture Club; 

Stosag 1. 




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JOHN STOREY 

122 Harding Lane 

Chatman, Mass. 

Landscape Operation 

Alpha Tau Gamma; Soccer 1,2; 

ATG Pledgemaster. 



GEORGE W. STORY 

31 Cedar Hill Lane 

Scituate, Mass. 

Park Management 

Intramural Football 1,2, Basketball 1,2. 



GERARD J. STRINGER 

34 Madison Ave. 

Pittsfield, Mass. 

Food Distribution 

Soccer 1; Food Distribution Club 1,2. 





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ROBERT E. SUCH 

468 Providence Rd. 

South Grafton, Mass. 

Landscape Operations 

Senate 1,2. 



BRIAN L. SULLIVAN 

32 Harold St. 

Pittsfield, Mass. 

Restaurant and Hotel Management 

Innkeepers. 



MARY P. SUTKOVOY 

35 Lenox St. 

Springfield, Mass. 

Animal Science 

Outing Club; Haymakers. 



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FRANK BUCHEL SWIFT, JR. 

192 Runnymede Rd. 
West Caldwell, New Jersey 



JAMES L. SYLVIA 

25 Pearl St. 

Mattapoisett, Mass. 

Restaurant and Hotel Management 

Alpha Tau Gamma 1,2; Innkeepers. 



JEFFREY M. TAYLOR 

160 Brattle St. 

Athol, Mass. 

Arboriculture and Park Management 

Stoso; Arboriculture and Park 

Management Club, Secretary. 






ALLEN F. THOMAS 

65 Eastern Ave. 
South Deerfield, Mass. 

Food Distribution 
Food Distribution Club. 



BRICE D. THOMAS 

65 Eastern Ave. 

South Deerfield, Mass. 

Food Distribution 

Food Distribution Club 1,2. 



ALICE A. TOGNINI 

34 Lombard St. 

Pittsfield, Mass. 

Floriculture 

Sigma Sigma Alpha 1, President 2; 

Shorthorn 2; Stosag 1,2; Stoso 1, 

2; Floriculture Club 1, Secretary 

2; Ag. Fair 1,2; Dinner Dance 

Committee 2. 



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SHARON E. TURNER 

615 Read St. 

Seekonk, Mass. 

Animal Science 

Animal Science Club; Equestrian 

Club; Sigma Sigma Alpha. 



CHRISTINE D. VALAVANIS 

26 Lyndon Rd. 

Sharon, Mass. 

Restaurant and Hotel Management 

Sigma Sigma Alpha; Stosag, Class 

Co-Editor; Innkeppers 1,2, Tres. 2; 

Dinner Dance Committee 2. 



RICHARD P. WALL 

190 East St. 

South Hadley, Mass. 

Animal Science 

Animal Science Club 2; Ag. Weekend 

1,2; Senate 2. 




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ALLAN H. WEAGLE 

171 Grafton St. 

Shrewsbury, Mass. 

Animal Science 

Animal Science Club 1,2; Stoso 1,2; 

Intramurals 1.. 




JOHN WEBB 

West Pelham Rd. 

Shutesbury, Mass. 

Restaurant and Hotel Management 

Innkeepers 




JOY WEINMANN 

Red Acre Rd. 

Stow, Mass. 

Animal Science 

Animal Husbandry Club 1. 



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FRANCIS L. WELCOME 

155 West Meadow Rd. 

Lowell, Mass. 

Animal Science 

Newman Club; Animal Science Club; 

Rifle Team 1,2; Senate 2; Arnold Air 

Society; Rifle Team Sec.-Tres. 1,2. 



PAUL A. WOJTKOWSKI 

77 Egremont Ave. 
Pittsfield, Mass. 
Wood Utilization 
Stoso ; Soccer 1 ; Intramural Foot- 
ball 1,2, Wrestling 1,2. 



MORGAN WOOD 

Chestnut Plain 

Whately, Mass. 

Restaurant and Hotel Management 




RICHARD G. WORTHEN 

New London Rd. 
Elkins, New Hampshire 
Restaurant and Hotel Management 
Alpha Tau Gamma, President; Inn- 
keepers; Inter-Fraternal Council; 
Fraternity Presidents Assembly; 
I.F.C. Judiciary. 



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ALAN PROVOST 

President 



TERRY KENNEDY 

Vice President 



Class Officers 





SUE KINNER 

Secretary 



RICHARD HAWK 

Treasurer 



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Seniors Not Pictured 



ALLEN ABRIEL, 85 Brooks St., Medford, Mass. 

GREGORY ALICANDRI, 134 Crescent Rd., Longmeadow, Mass. 

RONALD ATHANAS, 72 Orient St., Melrose, Mass. 

ROBERT BANKS, 72 Blomerth St,, Maiden, Mass. 

PAUL BARR, Barr Hill Rd., Huntington, Mass. 

NORMAN BARTLETT, 138 East St., Sharon, Mass. 

WILLIAM BLACK, West Tisbury Rd., Edgartown, Mass. 

GARY BRIGHTMAN, 145 South Bradford St., North Andover, Mass. 

WALTER CAMPBELL, 18 Berkeley Rd., Framingham, Mass. 

JAMES CARRIEN, 70 Oxford St., Lawrence, Mass. 

PAUL CHAROW, 5 Hawk St., Pittsfield, Mass. 

ROY DEMETROPOULOS, Mill Valley Rd., Belchertown, Mass. 

ROBERT DILL, 14 Coleman St., Gardner, Mass. 

ALMON DIRTH, 118 Putnam St., Orange, Mass. 

ROBERT DOSTAL, 417 Westhampton Rd., Northampton, Mass. 

DAVID DUNLAVEY, 20 Florence Rd., Watertoen, Conn. 

GEORGE DURNING, 181 Pleasant St., Northboro, Mass. 

NED ELWELL, 535 School St., Belmont, Mass. 

GERARD FLOOD, 151 New Lenox Rd., Lenox, Mass. 

RICHARD FRANCIS, 155 Mill St., Hopedale, Mass. 

DINO FRIGO, 49 Burton St., Springfield, Mass. 

JOHN FULLER, 37 Thayer St., Amherst, Mass. 

STEPHEN HAMMOND, 87 Tremont Rd., Wareham, Mass. 

JAMES HARRINGTON, Rye St., Broad Brook, Conn. 

JAMES HARRIS, Polpis Rd., Nantucket, Mass. 

DANNY HOGAN, 175 Pleasant St., Northboro, Mass. 



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ALBERT JAMGOCHIAN, 80 Eastern St., Arlington, Mass. 
WALTER KAPOLKA, 12 Plummer Ave., Whitinsville, Mass. 
MICHAEL KASAVANA, 24 Sutton Place, Stamford, Conn. 
MELVIN KATZ, 342 Kearny Ave., Kearney, New Jersey 
CARL LEINONEN, Paxton Rd., Spencer, Mass. 
NICHOLAS LINCOLN, 22 Everett St., Sherbom, Mass. 
MICHAEL MASCOVITZ, 102 Commercial St., Lynn, Mass. 
HARRY MOHLA, 2 Mitchell Lane, Wakefield, Mass. 
JOSEPH NEWMAN, 676 East St., Pittsfield, Mass. 
HOWARD NOYES, 161 Hillside Terrace, Athol, Mass. 
ROBERT POLLARD, 109 High St., Lee, Mass. 
WENDELL PRENTISS, 3 Woodland Rd., West Concord, Mass. 
ARTHUR SCHMID, 198 Litchfield Rd., Watertown, Conn. 
ROBERT SCHULTZ, 162 Newcomb Rd., Tenafly, New Jersey 
GEORGE SHERMAN, 214 Harold Ave., Devon, Conn. 
JEFFREY STEELE, 137 Church St., Northboro, Mass. 
ARTHUR STUART, 250 Bacon St., Natic, Mass. 
JOHN TANSEY, 8 Westdale Ave., Seekonk, Mass. 
WILLIAM TEECE, 110 Wilder Terrace, West Springfield, Mass. 
PAULA VESS, 539 County Rd., Hanson, Mass. 
CHARLES VIDOLI, 144 Bronx Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. 
JAMES VON BERG, 424 Granite St., Quincy, Mass. 
WALTER WEBB, 45 North St., Stoneham, Mass. 
BRADLEY WEBBER, York Beach, Maine 
RICHARD WELCH, 67 Calthea St., Stoneham, Mass. 
ROBERT WHITE, 209 Willowridge Rd., Toronto, Canada 
WILLIE WILLIAMS, 952 Franklin Ave., Columbus, Ohio 



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"Working Ever, Falter Never, On- 
ward Toward Your Goal" 




Left to right, Row 1: L. French, R. Griffing, G. Muzzy, 
J. Savarino, D. Smith, W. Lindeman. Row 2: R. Wall, 



F. Welcome, G. Evans, W. Lyons, S. Turner, P. Davis, 
R. Pearson. 



Animal Science 



The Animal Science Club is an organization whose main purpose is to promote, 
improve, and increase the interest of students in the field of Animal Science. The Club 
is composed of Stockbridge and University students and is open to active membership 
to all students who are interested in Animal Science. The major activity sponsored by 
the Club is the Little International Livestock Show, which is held annually in the 
spring and also an exhibition at the Agricultural Fair in the fall. 



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Left to right, Row 1: L. French, R. Griffing, J. Savarino, 
D. Smith, W. Linderman. Row 2: R. Wall, F. Welcome, 



G. Muzzy, B. Lyons, S. Turner, P. Davis, R. Pearson. 




Left to right. Row 1: P. Brown, L Berg, R. Byan. Row 2: S. Bridge, P. McErlain, T. Capuzziello, J. Henshaw. 



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Left to right: J. Furness. E. Welch, R. Merritt, J. Tay- 
lor, R. Cooper, B. Balchanas, G. Belloli, N. Day, C. 
Schofield, S. Schiller, D. Sears, F. Putnam, H. Fife, 
M. Robidou, R. Pirog. Row 2: R. Kirby, C. Craft, T. 
Foote, A. Provost, P. Johnson, G. Miller, H. Mohla, J. 
Belding, J. Anderson, B. Wright, R. Hamond T. Lavoie, 
W. Mielke. Row 3: R. Fenrell, J. Parquette, G. Story, 
A. Birchler, F. Mikulis, R. Haas, D. Haines, D. Lang- 



lois, D. Goranson, J. Clement, J. Young. Row 4: R. 
Naughton, R. LeBlanc, B. MacDougall, R. Pollack, D. 
Peterson, N. Lincoln, R. Rich, J. Machin, F. Swift, S. 
Durkee, C. Kellogg, W. Ottani, R. Jenkins, C. Benoit, 
C. Williamson, J. Mytkowicz. Row 5: P. Reitchel, H. 
Ryan HI, K. Ellis, H. Dix, E. Barrett, D. Derrig, J. 
Knowles, R. Clough, W. Nealon. 



Arboriculture and 
Park Management 



The Arboriculture Club was formed in 1946 for the purpose of helping the senior 
and freshmen classes to become better acquainted. It also affords an opportunity for 
the students in this course to keep abreast of developments in the field by including 
guest speakers in the monthly programs. The guest speakers usually represent pro- 
fessionals in all phases of Arboriculture and related fields. In 1962 the expansion of 
the curriculum to include courses in Park Management resulted in what is now called 
the Arboriculture and Park Management Club. In addition, the students taking the 
four-year Park Management program at the University are eligible for membership. 



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Left to right, Row 1 : B. Merritt, J. Taylor, P. Jolinson, 
G. Miller, H. Mohla, J. Belding, J. Anderson. Row 2: 
T. Foote, F. Mikulis, R. Haas, D. Haines, D. Langlois. 
Row 3: G. Story, A. Birchler, D. Francis, J. Mackin, 



S. Durkee, W. Ottani, C. Benoit. Row 4: R. Pollack, 
D. Peterson, R. Rich, F. Swift Jr., C. Kellogg, R. 
Jenkins. 




Left to right. Row 1: E. Welch, H. Fifo, R. Kirby, R. 
Cooper, F. Putnam, T. Hamond, M Robidon, T. Sher- 
man. Row 2: C. Williamson, B. Balchunas, S. Schiller, 
D. Sears, N. Day, R. Naughton, T. Lavoie, J. Young. 
Row 3: J. Parquette, W. Mielki, E. Whipple, C. Craft, 



B. Wright, J. Clement, C. Schofield, D. Goranson, J. 
Mytkowicz, J. Furness. Row 4: J. Knowles, P. Reitchel, 
H. Ryan III, G. Belloli, R. Fennell, R. Clough, J. Shock, 
R. Pirog. Row 5: R. LeBlanc, E. Berrett, K. Ellis, 
D. Derria. 



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Left to right. Row 1: P. Adams, W. Kordek, C. Lubelczyk. Row 2: J. Hacker, R. Banks, P. Stanley, A. Downey. 



Dairy Technology 



The Dairy Technology Club is composed of Dairy Technology and Animal Science 
majors from the Stockbridge School and the University. The Club is presented with 
many interesting movies and speakers on such topics that would help members in 
later life in the dairy industry. 



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Left to right, Row B: J. Hacker, C. R. Banks, P. Stanley, A. Downey. 




Left to right: P. Adams, W. Kordek, C. Lubelczyk. 



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Left to right, Row 1: S. Novack, E. Peterson, A. Tog- 
nini, M. Glickman, C. Stentiford, L. Lane, S. Kinner. 
Row 2: W. Griggs, D. Hine, H. Doherty, W. Honan, 



J. Sears, F. Larrivee, R. Haneisen. Row 3: A. Musin- 
ski, L. Roak, D. Musinski, W. Shannon, P. Carrigan, 
J. Carrie. 



Floriculture 



Happiness is: 

Apple schider. 
Instant benches. 
Connecticut 
mum schedules, 
little one. 
movie projector. 
Ronnie's cacti. 
Homecoming corsages. 
black volkswagons. 
pine cone wreaths! 
being a phosphate, 
a roller skating party, 
exploring churches. 



a field trip to the Amherst dump. 

Sunshine's homemade crutch. 

diseases? no dazizes. 

B-nine — ask Max ! 

the ending of placement. 

being co-captain of the basket-ball. 

a joking professor — Dave? 

"You talk funny, Toots." 

Ben Casey's blue sheets. 

bus to Boston and not being sick. 

a camera and flash bulbs. 

last minute Ag-Fairs. 

'67 Mustang battery-powered. 

"Being together." 



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Left to right, Row 1: A. Tognini, M. Glickman, C. 
Stentiford, S. Kinner. Row 2: D. Hine, H. Doherty, 



W. Honan, R. Haneisen, F. Larrivee. 







Left to right, Row 1: W. Griggs, S. Novak, L. Lane, 
E. Peterson, A. Mewsakis. Row 2: L. Roak, D. Musin- 



ski, W. Shannon, J. Carrie, P. Carrigan. 



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Left to right: Row 1: P. Hunt, S. Montgomery, P. 
Charow, G. Stringer. Row 2: R. Goddard Jr., D. Law- 
ton, R. Mongrain, B. Thomas, R. Carey. 



Food Distribution 



The Food Distribution Club was formed to help the members gain knowledge of 
the phases of food distribution through the participation in field trips, the use of 
guest speakers or other available means. The club also helps to establish contacts in 
the food industry to aid in securing jobs after graduation. Students in the four-year 
course, the two-year course of Food Distribution, and any other persons connected 
with or interested in food distribution are accepted as members. 




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Left to right, Row 1: P. Beaton, Secretary; S. Hov\ie, 
President; Peter Schofield, Vice President; F. Powers, 



Senator. Row 2: T. Beall, D. 
R. Kelly, D. Frye, F. Buczek. 



Fumanik, B. Parker, 



Fruit and Vegetable 



The production and marketing of flowers, fruits and vegetables are major indus- 
tries in Massachusetts. A wide variety of job opportunities in the specialized areas of 
training are provided to Stockbridge School students who major in either Floriculture 
or Fruit and Vegetables Crops. Excellent facilities for instruction are available in com- 
mercial type greenhouses and well equipped laboratories. The Horticulture Club con- 
sists of Stockbridge and University students. The Club is based upon and operates in 
the best interest of its members, and increasing interests in the various phases of fruit 
and vegetable growing with emphasis upon modern scientific agricultural methods. 



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Left to right: P. Beaton, S. Howie, R. Kelly, F. Powers, D. Frye. 



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Left to right: T. Beall, P. Schofield, B. Parker, D. Furmanik, F. Buczek, E. Silvia. 



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Left to right, Row 1: G. Mosley, D. Alexander, F. 
French, Jr., S. Moos, R. Murphy, D. Mosher, G. Burke, 
B. Such. Row 2: G. Corning, D. King, C. Schmohl, D. 



Salmela, R. Hardy, A. Schmid, R. Cordonnier, S. Spigel. 
Row 3: T. Beall, A. Washburn, S. Jacunski, L. Sarkinen, 
V. Vellali Jr., D. Toughey. 



Landscape Operations 



The Landscape Operations Club serves those students majoring in Landscape 
Operations and those interested in landscaping and ornamental horticulture. Outside 
speakers from nurseries, chemical companies, etc., supplement the factual information 
of courses with their practical experiences. The Club participates in field trips to visit 
nurseries. 



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Left to right, Row 1: D. Alexander, F. French, Jr., S. 
Moos, R. Murphy, D. Mosher, G. Burke, B. Such, G. 
Corning. Row 2: G. Mosley, D. King, C. Schmohl, 



D. Salmela, R. Harvey, Jr., A. Schmid, R. Cardonnier, 
S. Spigel. 




Left to right. Row 1: D. Touhey, T. Beall, A. Wash- burn, L. Sarkinen, S. Jacunski, V. Vellali Jr. 



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Left to right, Row 1: J. Webb, K. Bicknell, D. Bell, 
W. Cutler, R. Benak, J. Pemero, E. Pomerant, M. 
Shapiro. Row 2: R. Moran, H. Pepin, K. Simpter, C. 



Valavanis, L. Picanzo, C. Creager, S. Thomas. Row 3: 
M. Pepin, H. Ellison, R. Hawk, B. Alberse, C. Johnson, 
P. Robillard, K. Mayo, R. Ostberg, M. Collins. 



Restaurant and Hotel Management 




Left to right; K. Mayo, Special events; K. Simpter, Secretary; P. Robillard, Social Chairman; 
C. Valavanis, Treasurer; R. Benak, Special Events; David Greenstein, President; B. Alberse, 
Social co-chairman; M. Miles, Program chairman. 



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Left to right, Row 1: J. Webb, K. Bicknell, D. Bell, 
W. Cutler, R. Benak, R. Hawk. Row 2: H. Pepin, K. 
Simpter, C. Valavanis, M. Miles, C. Creager. Row 3: 



M. Pepin, H. Ellison, B. Alberse, C. Johnson, P. Robil- 
lard, K. Mayo, M. Collins. 




Left to right. Row 1: S. Thomson, L. Picanzo, M. Shapiro. Row 2: E. Pomerant, R. Moran, R. Ostberg, J. Pemero. 



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Left to right, Row 1: C. Lane, A. Miller, T. Pula, W. 
Stevens, A. Lanoie, J. Daniian, L. Gregory. Row 2: 
J. Mathews, D. Roule, P. Consolati, Jr., A. Hall, R. 



Hodgkinson, D. Brainerd. Row 3: P. White, S. 
Humphreys, D. Lamson, J. Fitzroy, P. Houle. Row 4: 
R. Dostol, D. Dunlavey, J. Lagergren, J. Hunt. 



Turf Management 



The object of the Turf Management Club is to promote a better understanding of 
the fundamentals of Agrostology, to recognize the position of the golf-course superin- 
tendent, and to form a bond of interest between the freshmen and seniors of the two- 
year school and the alumni of the Stockbridge Turf major. In its relatively short period 
of existence the Turf Management Club has grown greatly in size. This increase in mem- 
bership shows the great interest in the turf field today, and through the Turf Manage- 
ment Club this interest is increased by many speakers from different fields in the turf 
professions coming to the meetings and explaining the various phases of turf to the 
students. In this way the student not only receives technical knowledge through school 
but also the very much needed practical knowledge of how to run a golf course. 



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Left to right, Row 1: P. Howie, J. Fitzroy, J. Hunt, 
Paul White, D. Lamson. Row 2: B. Dostol, J. Lager- 



gren, S. Humphrezs, D. Dunlavey. 




Left to right Row 1: C. Lane, A. Miller, T. Pula, W. 
Stevens, A. Lanoie, J. Damian, Lanny Gregory. Row 2: 



J. Mathews, D. Roule, P. Consolati, A. Hall, R. Hodg- 
kinson, D. Brained. 



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Left to right. Row 1: P. Joy, J. Fatello, A. Murphy, 
P. Wojtkowski, A. Manter, W. Webb III, J. Coughlin. 



Row 2: C. LaScola, J. Harrington, R. Gorman, P. 
Foster, J. Miller, E. Robie. 



Wood Utilization 



The field of Wood Utilization is a broad one with many aspects including such 
activities as primary manufacture of lumber from logs to merchandising of lumber at 
the wholesale and retail levels. Because of its dense population, the Northeast is a 
major wood-consuming area and the seat of many wood-distributing and wood-using 
concerns. The Wood Utilization graduate is therefore prepared for employment in a 
number of organizations or enterprises. 



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Left to right, Row 1: J. Fatello, D. Murphy, P. Wojt- 
kowki, W. Webb, J. Coughlin. Row 2: J. Harrington, 



B. Gorman, P. Foster, J. Miller. 




Left to right: C. La Scola, P. Joy, Ed. Robie, A. Manter. 



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"Give Your Best To Dear Old Stock- 
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Sigma Sigma Alpha 




Left to right, Row 1: S. Kinner, A. Tognini, President, 
L. Picanzo, C. Stentiford, S. Novack. Row 2: E. Peter- 
son, M. Glickman, Vice Pres., G. Muzzy, S. Turner, C. 
Creager. 



Sigma Sigma Alpha's main purpose as a service sorority is to serve Stockbridge as 
well as to stimulate sisterhood among the few Stockbridge girls through such functions 
as the initiation of the new freshmen girls, the Christmas party, which was held in 
Farleigh Grange this year, and ushering at the Progress Banquet. The sisters finally 
received sorority pins this past year and "Big and Little Sister Weekend", in which 
the incoming freshmen girls were treated to an orientation weekend by their big 
sisters in their major, was the concluding event in the sorority's year. 

This past year has been a rewarding experience for all of the sisters and should 
prove to be even more active and rewarding in the years to come. 



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Row 1, left to right: K. Simpter, L. French, P. White, 
H. Mohla, Jr., A. Tognini. Row 2, left to right: G. 
Gimblette, E. Horton, C. Benoit, S. Montgomery, D. 
Hogan, C. Hawk, D. Gariepy, F. Welcome. 



Lear 



The Stockbridge Honor Society, Lear, is composed of Senior students who have 
maintained a quality point average 3.4 or better during the first three semesters. Mem- 
bership in this group represents the highest scholastic award from the Stockbridge 
School. 

The nam^ which appear here are placed in order of rank. 

Edward C. Horton Landscape Operations 

Karen L. Simpter Restaurant and Hotel Management 

Francis L. Welcome Animal Science 

Steven J. Montgomery „ Food Distribution 

Jarl M. Anderson Arboriculture and Park Management 

Gregory G. Burke Landscape Operations 

Alice A. Tognini Floriculture 

Gregory F. Gimblette Turf Management 

Raymond F. Kervain, Jr Turf Management 

Terry J. Kennedy Arboriculture and Park Management 

David F. Haines, HI Arboriculture and Park Management 

Danny F. Hogan Restaurant and Hotel Management 

Frank H. Powers, Jr „ Fruit and Vegetable Crops 

WiUiam J. Cote Arboriculture and Park Management 

Paul R. White „ Turf Management 

Ronald E. Cordonnier Landscape Operations 

Carl R. Hawk Restaurant and Hotel Management 

Harry E. Mohla, Jr Arboriculture and Park Management 

Wayne K. Ottani Arboriculture and Park Management 

Larry S. French Animal Science 

Alan D. Provost Arboriculture and Park Management 

William J. Teece, Jr Turf Management 

Claude L. Benoit Arboriculture and Park Management 

Delbert P. Gariepy _ Arboriculture and Park Management 



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Shorthorn 




Left to right, Row 1: E. Peterson, A. Tognini, Sue Kinner. Row 2: P. Carrigan, 
R. Griffing, J. Savarino. 



The Shorthorn is the recognized Stockbridge School newspaper. It was first pub- 
lished in 1961 and has since been published weekly. The name was taken from the 
previous yearbook's name. It is sent out to faculty members and distributed among 
the students. 

The Shorthorn acts as a news service between the student body and the office of 
the Dean of Stockbridge. It keeps the student body and the members of the faculty 
well-informed of coming and past events. Sports and social events are covered by the 
staff of the Shorthorn. Minutes of the Stockbridge Senate are published by the Short- 
horn. Any club or organization is allowed to submit material which is of interest to 
the students and the faculty. 



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Stosag 




Left to right, Row 1: M. Glickman, A. Tognini, Dr. G. 
Goddard, S. Kinner, M. Miles. Row 2: C. Valavanis, 



C. R. Hawk, P. Robillard, K. Simpter. 



May this book provide you companionship when you are alone, may it supply 
warmth and happiness when sad and blue, and most of all may it give you lasting 
memories of your years at Stockbridge, your classes and professors and your most 
prized possession, your friends. 



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Stoso 




Left to right, Row 1: R. Griffing, A. Tognini, M. Glick- 
man, Secretary, S. Kinner, J. Savarino. Row 2: F. 
Welconi, H. Doherty, F. Mikulis, B. Lyons, R. Pearson, 



M. Collins. Row 3: J. Taylor, B. Merrit, R. Hawk, P. 
Houle, T. Kennedy, A. Provost. 



STOSO is the Stockbridge Service Organization designed to aid the Stockbridge 
School of Agricuhure in any administrative or social events whereupon help is re- 
quested. The ultimate objective of this organization is to better the relations between 
the Stockbridge School and the four-year students of the University of Massachusetts. 

In the administration capacity, STOSO aids in the registration of students each 
semester. Convocations, elections of class officers and elections for the Professor of the 
Year, are also run by this organization. Socially, STOSO assisted the Sophomore Class 
of the University in the operation of a very successful dance. They also ran the 
Progress Banquet, held in March, at which all Stockbridge award presentations are 
made. Four $100 scholarships were awarded by STOSO at the Progress Banquet. 



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Senate 




Left to right, Row 1; Sue Kinner, J. Savarino, Vice 
President, M. Mascovitz; Social Co-ordinator, B. Gor- 
man; President, F. Mikulis; Treasurer, G. Muzzy; 
Secretary, C. Stentiford. Row 2: R. Benak, S. Mont- 



gomery, R. Grilling, F. Welcome, R. Such, J. Fatello, 
D. Smith. Row 3: R. Wall, R. Merrit, S. Howie, F. 
Cadillac, D. Brainard, P. Robillard. Row 4: B. Alberse, 
R. Hawk, P. Houle, T. Kennedy, A. Provost. 



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

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



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D. Roule. Row 2; D. Cowhig, D. Rice, Coach Hakes, E. 
Gould, R. Griffing. 

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Dean Tunis giving after dinner address to the 
Stockbridge students. 



Professor Dennison presenting OUTSTANDING 
STOSO MEMBER award to Jerry Jolly. 




New Stoso Members 




Left to right, Row 1: J. Furness, B. Pirog, T. LaVoie, R. 
Benack, R. Zhawred. Row 2: B. Alberse, D. Ryan UI, K. 
Mayo, Mr. Dennison (Advisor), J. Parquett, G. Jolly (Vice 
President), A. Washburn, P. Carrigan. 



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Oliver Leach presented the STOSO SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS to R. Lurie, F. Mikulis, 
F. Welcome, A. Mentor. 




Professor Cournoyer received the OUTSTANDING PROFESSOR OF THE YEAR 
AWARD given by Peter Houle. 



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John Savarino presented the OUTSTANDING 
SENATOR AWARD to Joe FateUo. 





The New York Farmers Awards were presented 
to L. Aroch, I. Berg, and E. Horton. 



Carl Hawk presented an HONORARY MEM- 
BERSHIP PIN to Col. Marchant to whom the 
yearbook was dedicated. 





Advisor, Dr. Goddard received a commemorative 
pin from Editor, Carl Hawk. 



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Coaches 




Coach Hakes, Coach Marchant, Coach Kosakowski. 



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Basketball 




Left to right, Row 1: O. Leach, B. Wright, C. Leinonen, 
D. Roule. Row 2: D. Cowhig, D. Rice, Coach Hakes, E. 
Gould, R. Grilfing. 



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Soccer 




Left to right. Row 1: D. Weaver, O. Leach, P. Houle, A. 
Manter. Row 2: Coach Kosacowski, R. Wilcox, J. Mulhern, 
R. Minzner. 



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Rifle 




Left to right, Row 1: D. Sears, B. Lindennan, Coach Mar- 
chant, F. Welcome, J. Miller. Row 2: K. Lever, D. Grinkis, 
R. Clough, R. Andrews. 



1966-1967 SEASON 

U. of Massachusetts ROTC 1100 

Western New England College Varsity 1244 

Northeastern University Freshmen 1203 

Harvard University Freshmen 1254 

Yale University Freshmen 1319 

U. of Massachusetts Varsity 1224 

M.I.T. Freshmen 1076 

Yale University Freshmen 1130 

Dartmouth College Freshmen 1122 

Bostor College Freshmen Forfeit 

SEASON RECORD: won 8; lost 2 



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