Adelphi University - Oracle Yearbook (Garden City, NY)

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» WM!wa. W(Mi. ' . ' .z simim Bii H ' »J K ' !»? ' - ' ■ ' ' ' ' ii ' ' ' ' l -b si I i. ' . X ' iNC INI J. SOLMO IIUSSKLI, J. WyGAND Co-Editors-iu-Chief MoNA Rachles Literary Editor llMI BUSOM Managing Editor 1 II.I.IAM D. Feeney Art Editor PllER J. SOUICCIARINI Copy Editor George P. Lane Sports Editor BllTV Matus Business Manager Lfsier S.Cooke Advertising Manager 1 Edith Silberstein Lucille Hodge Sophomore Associates William Lee Curry Faculty Advisor J deiphi L oUege i araen L ity I Lew LJork ■ 4 » HB wv. 411 The " A " Bird s eye from 700 ft Little Theater ? il a Framing the campus riw " R Presentation It is the hope of all yearbook staffs to present to their college a book that will be cherished and referred to in the future as a portrait of some happy moment. You posed and smiled while we clicked the shutter. Now we give you this ORACLE, your copy, framing it with a theme of historical Long Island. viye Jjedicate The Junior Class gratefully dedicates the 1951 Oracle to Dr. Chester Leonard Barrows, educator and friend. Dr. Barrows came to Adelphi College in 1926 and for the past 16 years has been chairman of the History Department. In his book, " Fift Years of Adelphi College, " he has captured the e o- lution of our ideas, the building of college traditions, and the vividness of college personalities. Tlie typical student iews Dr. Barrows as a pal; a teacher who knows and treats students as people. Skillfully, the important is sifted from the tri ial, and with lectures geared to the future, the deeds of men and machines take on added vigor. We will never forget having searched the horizons with Cap- tain Drake for Spanish ships, or having sat beside American statesmen at conference tables; that in the magic of it all, writing lecture notes were completely forgotten. In teaching. Dr. Barrows finds a primary source of personal satisfaction. As a philosopher, he nur- tures the growing student with provocative material, stimulating him to follow his personal interests and to apply his added knowledge to the world about him. Our sincerest wishes to Dr. Barrows for con- tinued happiness and leadership at Adelphi. May he inspire us to develop empathy for others and to uphold our convictions. 12 ' Bm CD -. Cliester Xeonard Narrows 13 Jjr. LPaiil Jjawson ibdciii [President. J idelpni ( o liege 14 Mr. Curtis n. Motnc Jridiriifii ministration Dean W. Gchrct Kleinspchn Dean Ruth S. Harlev Mrs. Margaret i. Sha y (graduate Not onl ' does Adelphi have a Graduate Di- vision of which we can be proud but one which is keenh- aware of the need for integrated specializa- tion in our difficult times. The department now offers a new type of degree called the " integra- tive. " This program is offered to gi e a common core of seminars in the fields of Education. Psy- chology and Sociology. Its purpose is to teach the student aspects of our dynamic society from many important points of view. Other degrees offered are Masters of Arts in Education, General Psychology. Psychiatric Nurs- ing, Sociology. Master of Social Service and Doc- tor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology. This training is also offered with a view toward meeting the recommendations of the recognized accredit- ing agencies and the requirements of the State of New York for Certification. Dr. Edward I. Strongin Dr. Alexander F. Handel Dr. Agnes Snyder Language Literature p Mr. m, B ' I ' Reading maketh a full man, conference a ready man, and writing an exact man. " . . . Bacon 18 ■ - 5M ■ c ' ■ .: y-i tj - O i)f ' 7 r i{Z SUZY I. Abelson New York Citv, N. Y. Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4. Barbara A. Anderson Port ashington, N. Y. Delta Delta Delta Transfer from ' heaton College; Newman Club 3. 4; English Club 3, 4; Pub licity Comm. Junior Prom 3. Arlene Barrie Far Rockaway, N. Y. Delta Gamma Glee Club 1,3. RlIODA Bartner Kew Gardens, N. Y. Iota Alpha Pi Treas. 3; Panhel Rep. 2 Robert M. Bayer Floral Park, N. Y. Dolores Boylston Jackson Heights, N. Y Joseph E. Britt Sea Cliff, N. Y. Track Team 1, 2. 5, 4; Cross Countrv Team 2, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Board 3, 4; March- ing Band 3, 4; Concert Band 4; Le Ccrclc Fran- fais 2, 3, 4; Who ' s ' ho. Dorothy G. Carlton Baldwin. N. Y. Delta Gamma I ' CF 1; Band Twirler 5, Anthony Cella Mineola, N. Y. Omicron Pi ' ice Pres. 4: Guidon 3. Sarah N. Ciearelli East Hempstead. N. . All College Night 1, 2: Classics Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Sec. 2; Agora 1, 2, 3, 4; Italian Club 1, 2. 3, 4, Sec. 2, 3; Skating Club 1; Newman Club 1: Round Table 3. 4; Adcl- phi Talent Service 3. John T. Costello Hushing N. Y. Joan Mary D.wis Floral Park, N. Y. Kappa Kappa Gamma Daisv Chain 2; Spanish Club 1; English Club 3. 20 c» Harriet R. Drevfuss Laurclton. X. Y. Alfha Epsilon Phi Girls Basketball 3. 4; Hillcl Sec. 4. POLLYANNE FuRMAN Mt. N ' ernon, N. Y. Transferred from Tulsa; Swimming Team 2: All College Night 4; Chapel Comni. 4. Joan F. Greenbf.rg New York, N. Y. Transfer from University of ' isconsin. Madeline C. Gurke N ' antagh. N. Y. Musketeers 3. 4; Die Bodenrundc 1. 2, Sec. 3. Prcs. 4. F.dward ]. Havden Rockaway Beach. N. Y. Nu Sigma Sec. 4; Children ' s Theatre Flovd Horowitz Long Beach. N. Y. Track Team 1, 2. 3, 4: Guidon 1. 2, 3; Pylon 3. 4. |H|Hl| ■• c; f N hitman s huUiplace at Mehillc, Lvna Ishmd. " Marilyn Kasha New York. N. Y. Harriette Kassover Brooklyn. N. Y. Alpha Epsilon Phi Sec. 3; .Agora 1; Radio ■orkshop 2. 3. 4: Hillcl 2. 3. Sec. 4; Editor of Hillcl Light 3; English Club 4; Dorm Social Chairman 4. George Kiarulff RoscUe. N. ]. Transfer from Middlcton College; Glee Club 3. 4. 21 Rene E. Kirsch New York. N. Y. Alpha Epsilon Phi ' icc-Prcs. 3; Pres. 4: Lc Cerclc Franfais 2, 3, 4; HiUcl 3, 4: Spanish Club 4; Campus Chest Carni- val 5. Lawrence Kornfeld Brooklvn. N. Y. W ' ABS Engineer 2. 3; Guidon 4; Pylon 4: Little Theatre work 2, 3, 4. Elaine Kretchmak Brooklyn, N. Y Phi Sigma Sigma Rush Mistress 2; Pres. 3. 4; Hillel 1; Spanish Club 1. Richard f. Kuster Mincola. N. Y. Alpha Phi Beta Pres. 4; IPC Rep. 2; Base- ball 1. 2. 3, 4, Capt. 3; Spanish Club 1. 2. 4: SA Executi e Board Rep. 1; Treas. Men ' s Student Go t. 2, 3; Vice Pres. Men ' s Honorary 4; Who ' s ' ho. ' . lerie E. Lang Brooklyn. N. Y. Ilse NL Lehr Carniel. N. Y. Die Bordcnrunde 1, 2. 3. 4; Dorm Council 3; Mod- ern Dance Club 2, 3. Barbara L. Levine New York, N. Y. Spanish Club 4; English Club 4; Hillel 4. Charles W. Liotta Brooklyn. N. Y. Nu Sigma Treas. 4; Baseball 1. 2; Basketball 3; S. Executive Board 3; Guidon 3. Sports Editor 4. Dorothy R. MacConn- ch Rock illc Centre. N. Y. Dc (a Gamma Glee Club 1. 2; .Ml Col- lege Night 1. Dorothy McKiern. n Floral Park, N. Y. Delta Zeta Newman Club 1, 2. 3. 4. Sec. 4; Classics Club 1, 2. 3; Math Club 2. Jean E. Mel tn Brooklyn. N. Y. Delta Gamma Daisy Chain 2; Die Bo- denrunde 2, Sec. 4; Can- terbury Club 2; SA Ex- ecutive Board Rep 3. 4; Honor Board 3. 4; Who ' s Who; SRC Sec. 4. Luici F. MocLiA Great Neck. N. Y. Delta Phi Gamma Track Team 1 ; Psvcholog ' Club 2: Math Club 2. - - 0 Ann I.. MooRi- Rrookl n, X. . Delta Giimiua Marval Morehouse Brooklvn, N. Y. Glee Club 3. 4. Roberta Xeider Laurclton, N. Y. Norma A. Occena Garden City. N. Y. Spanish Club 1, 2, Sec. 5. Nice Pros. 4: IRC 1, 2, 5. 4; Glee Club 5; Sigma Delta Pi 5. Pres. 4; Pylon 1. 4: Round Tabic; " ho ' s Who. Dorothy O ' Keeffe Jamaica, N. Y. Delta Delta Delta Chaplain 2, 5; Scholar- ship Chairman 4: New- man Club 1 : Spanish Club 1. .• nn M. Powers Rockville Centre. N. Y. Delta Delta Delta Panhcl Rep. 2; Class Sec. 1; Spanish Club 1. Vice Pres. 2; Newman Club 1. 2, 3, 4; English ; Round Table 3. 4, Sec. 5. Henry M. Raven Baldwin. N. Y. Epsilon Phi Sec. 2, ' ice Pres. 5; La- crosse I. 2. John W. Riday Queens ' illage. N. Y. Alpha Tau Rho Glee Club 2. 3. 4. Lester . Roden Brooklyn. N. Y. Transferred from Colum- bia; Canterburv Club 5. 4; English Club 5, 4; Glee Club 3. 23 Miriam Ross New York, N. Y. Leila [. Sable Bronx, N. Y. All College Night 2; Rid- ing Club 3. Nina S. Sekerin New York, N. Y. IN ' CF 1, 2; English Club 3, 4; Pvlon 4. Marie M. Serra Mincola, N. Y. Phi Mu Trcas. 3; Vice Pros. 4; All College Night 1, 2; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Treas. 4; Newman Club 2, 3; Fresh Dance Comni. 1: Howdy Hop Comm. 3; Sigma Delta Pi ' ice Prcs. 4. A. Tyler Smith New York, N. Y. Spanish Club 2; Pylon 3. 4; Guidon 3; Philosophv Club 3; Round Table 3, 4. Joann C. Smith Jamaica, N. Y. Spanish Club 2; Newman Club 3, 4; Philosophy Club 3; Danee Club 3, 4; Round Table 3, 4. Judith Stang ' oodmcre, N. Y. Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4. Joan F. Tiffany Rockville Centre, N. Y. Delta Gamma All College Night 1; Glee Club 1, 2; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3; May Day Comm. 2; Daisy Chain 2; SA Execu- tive Board 1, Sec. 2, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Junior Prom Comm. 3; Who ' s Who. Ofelia Fr.ances Toledo Tampa, Florida Newman Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3. 4. Jeanne L. Trent Sea Cliff, N. Y. Dorothy A. Turner Long Island City, N. Y. Sigma Kappa Historian 1, Publicity 3, Sec. 4: Glee Club 1, 3; Yacht Club 2. E A TURNOVSKY Guatemala City, Guatemala S. A. Spanish Club 1 ; Le Cercle Fraufais 2, 3, 4, Pres. 2; Die Bodcnrunde 2, Treas. 3; X ' ice Prcs. 4; Hillel 2, 3, 4; Campus Red Cross Unit 3, 4. 24 Eileen P. allrapp Glcndalc. N. Y. Frosli-Soph Dance Comni. 1; Ps cho!ogy Club 2; English Club Sec. 3; Round Table Pres. 3; Py- lon 4. Helen M, Wkinstein Brooklyn, N. Y. Transfer from University of Wisconsin; English Club 3. Helen West Great Neck. N. Y. Delta Gamma Who ' s Who. L. URENE WhITON Mount N ' ernon, N. Y. P lon 2, Business Man- ager 3, Editor 4; Philoso- phy Club 3; English Club 3; Guidon 4; Comni. of Presidents 4. RoBEiu W. Young Long Island City, N. Y. Lc Cercle Frangais 3; Eng- lish Club 3; Round Table 4. Joan B. Zielen Long Island City, N Y. Die Bodcnrundc 2, 3, 4; Eastern College Science Conference P u b 1 i c i t v Conim. 2; I ' CF 2. ' " J ' ou ' cT of Jones Beach on the south shore of Long Island. This beach is known throughout the world for its tremendous expanse of beautiful uliiic sand and clear ocean water. " Monica Weisse Wilton, N.H. 25 CL assies 9taL lan (bparush , 26 Miss Gm i.m.iii k Librarian oL to tar (J The lihiaiv. where stiiclciils, faculty aiitl librarians work togctlicr lowauls tlicir idiiiiiioii ;()al. is not just a collection of Ijooks. It is rallier a fnntlional unit of instrrrctioir and a research center witli nian aids to Icarnnit; such as periodicals, indexes, pamphlets, maps, picluics. Hhns. flhnstrips, inicrofihus, microcards, and sound rceord- uigs; these, selected by nienrbers of the faculty and the lil rary staff, lia c their value increased by their icaiK a ailability. Every device is nsctl to adapt ser ice to the needs ot the indi iclual teacher or student and to make it possible for tiic large number of students to share the hooks In following certain well plaimed practices. I he library is a constant source of inspiration and its goal is the goal of the college— to enrich the lives of the stirdents. to enable thcin to understand what is taking place and to meet intelligently the demands which will be made upon tiiem in prescr ing the natioir and dcinociacv. 27 Uxounci cJable N, Occcna, S. Cifarclli, R. Young, E. Wall- rapp, D. Boylston, A. Powers. Sigma Ujelta iPi 1st Row: Dr. Richardson, Mrs. C. Hasscll. 2nd Row. M. Scrra, Mr. ]. Gcnna, Mr. Has- kell, M. Occena, N. Occena. oLe L ercle QJran cats st Rou ' ; R. Ilc n]an. B. fudd, E. Turnovskv, N. Gardner, B. Sloate. 2nd Row: R. Fisher, D. Andrea, A. Bodncr, S. Demolat. ' ird Row: N. Suskind, M. Bornroff. Mr. Mcs- Jjie ujodenrLinde ht Row: Mr. Veltre, Miss Weber, R. Alex- ander M. Ginkc, G. Bauer, Mr. MuUer. G. SehifF. 2nd Row: C. Hurtado. A. Du- cesare, A. Feucr, [. Melvin, N. Stern, I. Lelir, N. Ilollistcr. 28 SOCIAL Science " Civil society cloth more content the nature of man than any private kind of solitary living. Th omas raine 30 ' { . -y- z. i ItiutA t " v m ■ i - Ronald T. Alexander Queens Village, N. Y. Vi Sigma Sec. 3, Pres. 4; All Col- lege Night 2: Classics Club Pres. 2; Psi Chi 3, 4; Honor Board 3. Chair- man 4. Who ' s ' ho. Barbara . ltman Forest Hills. N. Y. Transfer from Ithaca Col lege; Phvs. Ed. Majors Club 3, Vice Pres. 4; JA ' . Basketball. Mary , niston Alumnae Hall Adelphi College Anthony N. . rm. ta Jamaica, N. Y. Transfer from Bowling Green State; Sigma Chi; Basketball Varsity 3, 4. Be. trice M. Aronson Forest Hills, N. Y. Daisy Chain 2; Dorm Scc.-Treas. 2; Political Science Society 2, 3, Pres. 4; Gold Mask 3, Sec. 4; Pi Gamma Mu 4; Dean ' s List 4. Majorie M. Bilak Guatemala City Guatemala Hillel 1. 2; Psychology 1, 2, 3, 4; IRC 1, 2, 3, Treas. 4; Red Cross 3, 4; Orchestra I. 1 ' Y A. Blumenfeld Jamaica, N. Y. Phi Sigma Sigma Co-Chairman All College Night 1; Chairman Frosh- Soph Dance 1; Hillel 1; Co-Pres. Class 2; Execu- tive Board S. 2; Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4; Chairman of Daisy Chain 4; Class Song Leader 4. CiL RLEs J. Bodo Perth Amboy. N. J. Transfer from Middle town. Jane M. Boos South Ozone Park Kappa Kappa Gamma Home Eco. Club 1. 2. Bazaar Chairman 3, Pres. 4; Newman Club 1, 2; Yacht Club 2; Booster Club Sec. 4; Board of Presidents 4. James H. Boyd Garden City, N. Y. Omega Delta Chi Sec. 2, ' ice Pres. 5, Pres. 4; Mgr. ' arsity Golf 1, 2, Co-Captain ' arsitv Golf 1. 2, 3, 4; I.V.C.F. 1, 2; S.C.A. 1, 2; Classics Club 2. 3; Class Treas. 3; Poli. Sci. Club 3; Class Pres. 4; S. A. Const. Comm. History Guild 4; ' ho ' s Who 4; Dean ' s List 4; Pres. Classics Club 4; Pi Gamma Mu 4. Dolores A. Braun L nbrook. N.Y. Kappa Kappa Gamma Glee Club 1, 2; Hist. Chib 2; French Club 2; Philosophy Club 2; Jr. Joan M. CniRr Palisade, N. J. Phi Mu Transfer from Marvmount College; Glee Club 1, 2; Psvcholog ' Club 2, 3, 4; Andreaxa Cremedas New ' I ' ork. X. Y. Delta Cdtnma Vice. Prcs. 4: Spanisli Club 1: Psych. Club 1. 2. 3, 4; Clas.sics Club 2. Fr. NK X. CUMMINXS Albertson Downs. N. Y. Business Manager 2. Thomas P. Cunningham Flushing. N. Y. Alpha Tau Rho Newman Club 1. 2. x 4: Spanish Club 2; Guidon Staff 3: Historv Guild 4: l.F.C. 4; .Ml College Ball Committee 4. Water ii7it ' f uf the CJn.st Mill huill in 698 at the head nf UempUead Uarbvr, now the town of Roslyn, which started a small paper induitr - that flourished for inanv decades. " Charles Currie Manhasset, N. Y ' . Robert f. deNeergaard BelkTOse,_ N. Y. Glee Club 2. 3; Sociology Club. Prcs. 4: Committee of Presidents 4. Ii ' niiii II. Deutsch Brookhn. N. Y. Iota Alpha Pi Rush Chairman 2. Social Chairman 4; All College Xight Comnnttce 1. 2: Political Science Club 2. 4. Marxin D. Eddy Brooklyn, N. Y. fUDITI! FlCHTENIIOLTZ Flushing. N. Y ' . Laura f. Fine.man Rockville Centre. N. Y. Transfer from Kevstone fr. College: Hillcl ' 3, 4; Psychology Club 4. 33 Mary T. Gannon Baldwin. N. Y. Delta Gamma Home Eco. Club 2. ?. 4; Newman Club 2, 3. 4. Marilyn Gelber Newton. N. I. Association for Childhood Education; Dormitory Rep rcsentative to Student Government. N. NCY L. Gilbert New York. N. Y. Hillcl 1: Gold Mask_ 5, 4; Org. Bridge Club 3, 4: Psych. Club 4; Psi Chi Treas. 4. Alice M. Gold Rockvillc Centre, N. Y. Modern Dance Club 4. .■ udrey Coldston Hewlett Harbor. N. Y. Transfer from Illinois Wcslean: 2, 5. 4: Psy- cholog ' Club 4. Merle Green Richmond. ' a. Transfer from Hofstra: Psvchologv Club 4. . bby G. Greenberg New Rochelic. N. Y. Transfer from Hood Col lege; Political Science Club 5. 4. H. zel Greenberg Brooklvn. N. Y. Iota Alpha Pi Corr. Sec. 4; Hillcl 1. 5, 4; Social Chairman Terry Greif Brooklyn. N. Y. Transfer from Florida Southern College; Soci ologv 5. Elise Gruber Brooklvn. N. Y. [ane S. Hamburger Brooklyn. N. Y. ' ice. Pres. Campus Red Cross Unit 3; Sociology Club 3. 4; Pi Gamma Mu 4. Dolores Ruth Hanneman Jamaica. N. Y. Sigma Kappa Panhellemc Delegate 2, 3, 4; Rush Chairman 2; Daisv Chain 2; Newman Club 2, 3. 4, Treas. 2; Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4. S 1 © ■f T V 34 , Car(ii. !• ' . IIin .oc: lloi.ll I ' nrk, N. . Attivitics Cluiirmnii Home Economics Chili 2, 3. 4. Nancy T. Hollistkr N ' allcv Stream. N. Y. Gkc Club 1. 2. 5, 4; SCA; Die Bodenrundc 3. 4; Sociolog Club ; ' ice I ' res. 4; Pi Gauiuia Mu. Pres. 4. •V Lois Hornstein Brooklyn. N. Y. Modern Dancing; Sociol- ogii ' Club 3, 4. Ele. nor K. Hunn Islip. N. Y. Spanish Club 1. 2; SCA 1, 2, 3; Canterbury 1. 2. 3; IVFC 1, 2; Red Cross 2, 3, 4; History Guild 4. Mario.n B. Irvine Jamaica, N. Y. Felice James Forest Hills, N. Y. Audrey- B. Kaplan Laurelton, N. Y. Hillel 1, 2, 5; Glee Club 1. 2; All College Night Comm. 3, 4. John Kearns Hicksville, N. Y. Floyd J. Kenyon Baldwin, N. Y. Alpha Phi Beta Wrestling 1, 2, 3; S. A. Executive Board 1,2. 35 Sandra H. Klein Albany, N. Y. Alpha Epsilon Phi Social Chairman 4; Agora 3, 4; Hillcl 5, 4; Sociologv Club 3, 4. JrrsTiNE C. Klipp Garden City, N. Y. Kappa Kappa Gamma Transfer from Our Lady of Good Council College; Newman Club 3. 4. George H. Knowlton ' alley Stream. N. Y. Epsilon Phi Agnes M. Krug Mineola, N. Y. Kappa Alpha Theta . Newman Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Yachting Club 4. Marie La Femina East Hempstead, N. Y. Delta Zeta Prcs. 3; ' icc Pres. 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Fratelli X ' ice Pres. 2, 3, Sec. 4; Classics Club 2, 3, 4; Psvchologv Club ' icc Prcs. ' 4. Margaret A. Lampasona Franklin Square, N. Y. Phi Mu Pres. 4; .Ml College Night Comm. 1, 2; Psxchologv Club 2, Sec. 3, 4;PsiChi, 3, 4, Sec. 3; Chairman Comm. of Presidents 4-. Booster Club 4; Who ' s Who. Charles A. Leonardi Cambria Heights, N. Y. Transfer from Mohawk College: Newman Club 4; Psychology Club 4. . rline J. Levine New York, N. Y. Hillel 1, 2, 5, 4. Roberta Lieschultz Manhasset, N. Y. Iota Alpha Pi Historv Guild 4. Seymour R. Litvinoff New York, N. Y. Basketball 1, 2, 3; La- Crosse 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 2, ; Chairman Junior Prom Committee 3; Guidon Staff 3. 4; His tory Guild 4; " Who ' s who " 4; Ass ' t Coach Basketball 4. Pamela - . Livingston Richmond Hill 19, N. Y. Kappa Kappa Gamma Song Leader 4; Glee Club 2, 4; Psvchologv 2; . 11 College Night ' 2; IRC Rep. 3. Warren G. Lowey Massapequa, L. I. Pi Sigma Campus Police 3 4; Bas- ketball Manager 3. 36 " ' only regret that I have but one hfe to lose for my country. ' These immortal words of Nathan Hale are honored hv this nifmument at IJuutington. " Joan A. MacLeer X ' allcv Stream, N. Y. All College Night; Field Day 1; Glee Club 2; Daisy Chain 2; Treasurer ' onien ' s S.A. i; Junior Prom C o 111 111 i f t e e i; Chairman of Honor Board 4: Psi Chi 4; Lantern 4; Committee of Presidents 4; S.A. Executive Board ?. 4; Who ' s Who; Psy chology Club 4. Cyrus S. Macer Brooklyn. . Y. Transfer from Unnersi of Miami; Guidon 2. i. 4: Political Science Club 3. 4; Oracle ' 51. Charles L. McKee Mincola, X. Y. Omega Delta Chi Treasurer 4; Transfer from Svracuse Unnersitv. . nRiENNE E. Memmoli Jamaica Estates, N. Y. Newman Club 1. 2, 3. 4; Italian Club 2, 3, 4; Classics Chib 2. ?. 4; His tor Honor Guild. Barbara Miller Jamaica. N. Y. Nina Monaiian L nbrook. N. . Inez Morasco Astoria, L. I.. N. Y. Sigma Kappa Ps cliolog ' Club 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 2. 3; Bio. Club 2; Le Ccrcle Fran caisc 2. Patricia J. Murcott Forest Hills. N. Y. Ps chology Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Children ' s Theater 3; Oracle 3. RosEANN Murphy llollis. N. Y. Ncunian Chib 1. 2. 3, 4. 37 Phyllis Pisciotta Murphy St. Albaiis_. N. Y. Sigma Kappa Soph. ' ariety Show 1; Dance Club 2; ItaUan Club 2; Newman Club 2. 3. 4, Sec. X IRC 4; Sec. of Class 5; Class All Col- lege Night Chairman 3. Alan Nemlich Elmsford. N. Y. Phi Sigma Kappa Transfer from Hartvick College Spanish Club 3, 4. Magda Nemlich Elmsford, N. Y. . lLEEN NeVIN Mahcrne, N. Y. Delta Gamma Rush Chairman; Spanish Club 1; Newman Club 1; All College Night Skit 2; Glee Club 2, 3; Soph. Dance Comm. 2; Panhel Ball, Chairman 3; Jr. Prom Ticket Comm. 3; Panhel Icnic Assn. ' ice Prcs. 4; Sociology Club, Sec. 4. Nancy Martin Brooklyn, N. Y. Joyce Nitt Hempstead, N. Y. Musketeers, Sec. 3; IRC 1; Yacht Club 3; March- ing Band 3, 4. Charles O ' Connell Great Neck, N. Y. Eileen O ' Connor Bcllerosc, N. Y. Kappa Alpha Thela Soc. Chairman 3, Scholar- ship Chairman 4; New- man Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Yacht Club 3, 4. R.AYMOND O ' Connor Brooklyn. N. Y. Transfer from Champlain College; Newman Club 2. 3, 4; Psvchologv Club 2, 4. Ele- nor Pearson ' allev Stream, N. Y. IX ' FC " ' icc Prcs. 2; Poly Sci Club 1, 4; Soph Dance Comm. 2; Lutheran Club 3, 4, Prcs. 3, 4; Glee Club 3; Council of Religious Clubs 3, 4; Agora 4; His- tory- Guild 4; Comm. of Prcs. 4. Paula L. Perla Brooklyn, N. Y. Frances R. Pierce Bronx, N. Y. Classics Club 1, 4; Hillel 1, 4; Psycholog) Club 4. fi 1 ■ W fJ 38 Marcari I M. I ' OSCH Union Cit . N. I. Home I ' .tononiits Club . 4. Sec. 5. Arthur Prisner College Point, N. Y. Francis ]. Prince Elnihnrst. X. Y. Daniel Rappaport Brookhn. N. Y. Gloria Rapps Brooklvn 26. N. Y. Phi Sigma Sigma Psi Chi 2, 3. 4; Psvchol- ogy Club 2, 3, 4. Jo- N M. Reynolds West J-k ' inpstcad. N. Y. Musketeers. Treasurer 3; Home Economies Club 1, 2. 5, ' ice Pres. 4. F. Y Robin Forest Hills, N. Y. Helen Ravdin Flushing. N. Y. Iota Alpha Pi Tr.Tnsfcr from University of California; Home Eeo. Club 2. 5, 4. Marsha Robinson W ' oodmcre, N. Y. Hillcl 1, 2; History Guild 5. 4; Guidon 1. 39 ( Sheila Roemer Patterson, N. |. Exec. Board SA 1, 2; Bas- ketball 1; Debating Club 1; Fencing 2, 3; Softball 2; Marching Band 3, 4; Red Cross 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4; Sociologv 3, 4; ' ollev- ball 5. Ann Rosner Great Neck. N. Y. Transfer from Uni crsitv of Miami; Soc. Club 3. 4; Campus Red Cross Unit 3, 4; Hillel Exec. Board 3. Monic. Row. n Jamaica Estates, N. Y. f. NET RowE HoIUs. N. Y. Home Eco. Club 1, 4; Booster Club 4. ReNNE B. DLER S. ' iNDERS Patchogue. N. Y. loia Alpha Pi Hillcl Sec. 2, 3. ' ice Pres. 4. }. CK Saporta Lawrence, N. Y. Spanish Club 1. 2. 5; Pi Gamma Mu 4; Dean ' s List 2. 4: Psveh, Club 3; Psi Chi 3; Exec. Board 4; SRC 4; Booster Club 4; Comm. of Pres. 4; Who ' s Who. Muriel Sch.auf Queens X ' lUage. N. Y. Treas. 4; Cantcrbur Club 1. 2, 3. 4: Die Bodenrundc 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 4. Naomi Schifrin Lawrence, N. Y. HiUel 3. Ernest H. Schroeder Floral Park. N. Y. Omega Delta Chi Lacrosse 2, 5, 4; Men ' s A A 4. Rosalie Sh.apiro Woodridge. N. V Transfer from Syracuse U.; .Ml College Night Comm. 3; Home Eco. Club 3, 4; Campus Red Cross 3; Hil- lel 4. Arlene E, Sl. ck Manhassct, N. Y. Iota Alpha Pi Pres. 4; Transfer from S racusc U.; HiUel 3, 4. Clyde E. Smith Hempstead. N. Y. . Psi Chi 4; Psych. Club 4: German Chib. 40 Shirley Soffar Brooklvn. N. Y. ROWENA B. SOMACII LawTcncc. X. Y. Alpha Epsilon Phi Hillcl 3, 4. Wanda M. Sowinski Brooklyn, N. Y. English Club 5: Psvdi. Club 4: Psi Chi 4; ' Pi Gamma Mu 4. Sheii.a Stambler Brooklvn, N. Y, Sociology Club 1, 2, 5, 4; Millcl 4. ' Florenxe Steiner ' oodmcrc, N. Y. Transfer from Oswego State Teachers College. Dorothy E. Stockwell Fort Plain, N. Y. Transfer from Hobart and Russell Sage College; Can tcrbur Club 3. " ' ' ir ( iiicctiuu loKsc o llic Quakers, built in 1694 and hicatcd in riusliiiiu. At one time it was used by the British as a prison and hnspital. " Mildred Tierney Jackson Heights, N. Y. Marjorie a. Tietz Richmond Hill, N. Y. Delta Zcta SCA 1; Cantcrbur 3. 4; Comm. of Prcs. 4; History- Guild Pres. 4. Sybil B. Tomberg Lawrence, N. Y. Transfer from George W ashmgton U.: Hillcl 3; History Guild 4. 41 Carvi. Tucker New York, N. Y. |OAN G. UVILLER Brooklyn 15. N. Y. Transfer from Packer Col legiate Institute; Psi Chi 5, 4; Psvch. 5. 4; Hillcl 3,4. Albert E. " arady [ainaica. N. Y. Transfer from Sampson College; Newman Ciub 4; IRC 4. June E. W ' acker Jamaica. N. Y. Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta 5. 4, Secretary; Transfer from Conn. College for Worn- Elin L. Wagner Roslvn Heights, N. Y. IVCF ' 1. 2. 3, 4; Sec. 2. Pres. 3; Council of Reli gious Clubs 3, 4; IRC 4. LiBBY A. W ' atterson Cedarhurst, N. Y. Transfer from Syracuse U.: Hillel 5. 4. Leila W ' einburg Cedarhurst, N. Y. Transfer from Svracuse U. Hillel 3. Robert Weschler (3ueens ' illage, N. Y. Chaplain 2, 5, 4; Ph s. Ed. Club 3, 4. Dl na Marie Westman West Hempstead. N. Y. Phi Delta Sociology Club 2. 3. 4. Dolores Whitbre.ad Brooklvn, N. Y. Glee Club 1, 2, 5, 4; Children ' s Theatre 3, 4; Psi Chi 3. 4; Psvch. Club 4. . my Wilder Forest Hills, N. Y. Hillel 1; Math Club 1. 3,4. Gloria ' iener Alumnae Hall 42 John W ' hiikrow Mcrion. I ' a. Radio Workshop 1 ; C ' .lcc Club 2. 3: 1 CF 4; SCA 3. 4: Aaora 4; lliston Guild 4: Toly. Sd. 4. RosEAXNE Wise Brooklyn, N. Y. Alice " ooD Lc itto vn, N. Y. Bio. Club 1, 2; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Psvch. Club 2, 3, 4. Vt 1 r Helen Wrosz Hicksvillc. N. Y. Kappa Ka ppa Gamma Scholarship Chairni.; Pan- hel Del. 3; Newman Club 1, 2. 3. 4; Jr. Prom. Comm. 3: Soph. Hop. Comin. 2: Children ' s The- atre Group Leader. H. ROLD ZlMMERM. N X ' alley Stream. N. Y. Transfer from Middletown Collegiate Center. Arthur Zur. X ' allev Stream. N. Y. Epsilon Phi Pres. 4; IFC Rep. 1: Sec. Trcas. 2; Spanish Club 1; SRC Vice Chairman 2. 43 LPsucnolo m lit Row: B. Block. M. Lampasona. Mr. Frish, Dr. .Xndcrson, Dr. Disher. I. Morasco, E. Ephron. 2nd Row: R. Rothman, J. Saporta, D. Kaufman, N. MacDonald. L. Fincman. N. Da on. yrd Row: . Krcmitiis, W ' hitbread, ]. Borthwick. -ith Rom-: C. Smith. R. Lawn, M. Lew. Mr. Harden. S litem at ton at uielations 1st Row: N. Sekcrin, R. I ' urnoxski. NL X ' lvas. J. Pizarro, M. Brod. X. Dayan ( Prcs. ) , E. ' ivas, A. Anenstern. 2nd Row: L Smitz, E. Riba, F. Cairc. H. K ' lmsliun ' i as, D, Ten ney, Y. Hi Yun, NL Bikik. 5rd Roh-: N, F. Larigani, M. Motancd, R. Smolensky. N. Gar ncr. C. Lawrentic, . . Bodner, NL Masser, C. Sun Yun. Jrgor ra 1st Roir: S. Slnffman, D. Prince, M. Rachles, Mr. R. Ernst. C. Lesser, G. Sloatc, M. Bilak, M. Levine. 2nd Row: H. Drc fus. N. Lubash. F. Turnovsky, H. Kassover. S. Cher- cass, R. Bermack. 44 (bocioli ocioloqi ' JU Students sit in the " ' diplomatic chair " of tiic International Rela- tions Club ' s model United Nations. Agora occupies itself with forums on questions of current importance on the national scene. The Psychology Club ofifers to its members tlic opportumt to hear and discuss the problems which are common to the whole. Psi Chi, the Ps cholog honorar - during the past }ear. became associated with a national organization. To relate theor with actual practice is the primary aim of the Sociology Club. Field trips are an important part of its programs, stressing the point that the student learns b - doing. The Home Economics Club spotlights a Christmas Bazaar and cake sale to build up a scholarship fund. WOrksliop meetings discuss sunnner experiences in the field. At open house meetings, eminent guests address the group. Seniors in the History depart- ment who are outstanding in their major field are welcomed to the Ilis- tor Guild. Pi Gamma Mn opens its doors to those senior students who are outstanding in the social sciences. Criome ibcononiics 1st Kou. 1-. Clason, B. . rtcn, II. Mans field. I. Boos, f. Revnolds, A. Ferrctti, C Ilcrzog. 1 ' . Crawlev. 2nd Roir: Y. Wcr bin C. Folcv, ' . Canavan, D. Bott. D llanncman. D. Waitkins. M. Posch, M. Gold 45 }J i Kjanima 1 1 in V ' Boyd. J. llamburgLT. ]. HollistcT. I. Saporta. cHistorij ( 11 1 Id 1st Ron-: A. Mcniniolc ' , E. Pearson. M. Tietz, T. Cunningham, E. Hunn. 2nd Row: S. Litvinoff, J. Boyd, Dr. C. Barrows. A. Zura. IPs, GL 1st Row; J. Saporta (Prcs.), Dr. Kitav, N. Gilbert, R. Rothman. W. Sowni- ski. 2nd Row: L. Fisher, J. Mac Leer, V. O ' Connell. D. Whitbrcad, M. Lampasona. 46 SCIENCES s f ■ u i«» L wCh i| i . - " Experience, the universal Mother of Sciences. " . . . Cervantes 48 r. } - I f n ' jt ' i , n £ » M dleUr ;» !A ' - J f lTrul Gloria M. Bauer Baldwin, N. Y. Delta Zetd Radio Workshop 1, 2; Sec- retary 5; Math Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4: Guidon 2, 3; Library Comm. Chairman 3; Comm. of Pros. 4; Council of Religious Clubs 4; Booster Club 4; Die Bodenrunde Treas. 4. Winifred M. Beckel Malvernc, N. Y. Transfer from Hofstra: Delta Delta Delta; Stu- dent Nurse Rep. in BuflFalo 3; Inter Varsity Christian Fellowship 3. fo M. Berretta Astoria, N. Y. Sigma Kappa Biology Club 1, 2, 3; New- man Club 1, 2; Prc-Mcd Club 2, 3, 4. Morton S. Brod Brooklyn, N. Y. Transfer from U.S.M.A., West Point; Biology Club 2, 3, 4; ACS 2, 3, 4; Vice Pres. and Treas. 3; Pre- Med. Club 2, 3, Pres. 4; IRC 5, Pres. 4; Delegate to Eastern College Science Conference 3; Radio Workshop 3. Christi. n Brodersen Lynbrook, N. Y. Omicron Pi Football 1, 2, 3; Lacrosse 2, 3, 4; Intramural Bas- ketball, Softball, Wrest- ling 1, 2, 3. Margaret Alice Cacioppo Medford Sta., N. Y. Sigma Kappa Vice Pres. 4; Newman Club 1. 2, 3; Historian 2; Folk Dance Group 1; Or- acle 2, 3, Editor-in-Chief 3; Bio. Club 2, 3, 4; Pre- Med. Club 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Who ' s Who. Phyllis Caeser Brooklyn, N. Y. Charles R. Callis Ozone Park, N. Y. Bio. Club 1; Campus Po- lice 4. Frank Casella New York, N. Y. Flora Catropa Inwood, N. Y. Die Bodenrunde 2, 3, 4. Edward ]. Ghanda Corona. N. Y. Omega Delta Chi Nevyman Club 2; Math Club 2. Norman W. Christiansen Lcyittown, N. Y. Wrestling Team 1, 2. 50 " This loycly church, m Huntington, is np- rescntatire of the many beautiful churches located throughout the ioH-ris and villages of Long Island. " Patricia Clark Great Neck, N. Y. William F. Clarke Horal Park, N. Y. Math Club 4. Ruth D. Cohen Forest Hills, N. Y. Chcm. Club 1, 2, 3,4. Anne M. Calahan Garden Citv. N. Y. Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1 . Robert L. Corn Floral Park, N. Y. Chi Sigma, Sec. 4; La- crosse 1, 2. 3, Co-Capt. 4; Die Bodenrunde 2, 3, 4; Men ' s A.A. ' ice Pres. 3, Pres. 4: SRC 3, 4; Pre- Med Club 3, 4; Chem. Club 4; ACS 4; S.A. Exec. Board 4; Board of Pres. 4; Mio ' s Who. Mabel C. Cornell [amaiea, N. Y. Kappa Kappa Gamma Glee Club 1; Pres. Mead- owbrook Hospital Student Nurse ' s Association 2. Jane Corv Belleville, N. Y. Priscilla Couch Flushing. N. Y. Formation Swimming 1: Co-Chairm. Soph. Dance 2; Swmimmg Team 2. Lawrence S. D. ly Wantagh, N. Y. Football 1, 3; ' ' restling 1, 2; Campus Police 2, 3, 4; Phvs. Ed. Majors Club 2, 3, 4. 51 Amelia Dietel Garfield, N. ]. Bio. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; New- man Club 1, 2, 5, 4; Die Bodenrunde; Dorm Activ- ities; Guidon: Glee Club. M. RiE Dietel Garfield, N. ]. Die Bodeniunde; Glee Club; Newman Club; Dorm Activities. John Michael Dolce Ozone Park, N. Y. Football 1, 2, 3. 4. James L. Donahue Lynbrook, N. Y. Transfer from St. John; Pi Sigma; ' arsit ' Basketball 3, 4; Newman Club 3, 4; Bio. Club 3. D. Lorraine Ernenwein Hicksville, N. Y. Phi Delta, Sec. 2. Pledge Chairman 3, President 4; Math Club 2, 3, 4. Dorothy J. Evenden Binghamton, N. Y. Dorm Govt. 1; Die Boden- runde 2, 3, 4. Norma Fishman Laurelton, N. Y. Alpha Epsilon Phi ' onian ' s A. A.; Rep. to Guidon 2; Basketball 2, 3; Softball 2, 3; Vollevball 2, 3; Field Hockey 2, 3; SRC 3, 4; Basketball Manager (W.A.A.) 3; Lantern 4- Pres. W.A.A.; Comm. of Pres. 4; Who ' s Who. Helen L Froebel West Hempstead, N. Y. Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Gr.ace C. Fuller Locust Valley. N. Y. Delta Gamma Student Govt., Meadow- brook Hospital 2. George R. Galluzzo Mineola, N. Y. Epsilon Phi Pre-Med Club 1; Fresh- man Basketball 1: Varsity Baseball 2; Italian Club 2. George J. Gerner Floral Park. N. Y. Math Club 3, Pres. 4; Physics Club 4; Originator of Adelphi Radio Station. Noel B. Giambalvo Brooklyn, N. Y. Track Team Mgr. 2, 3, 4; Treas. Men ' s A.A. 3; Pres. Ph s. Ed. Major Club 4; Mgr. Football Team 4; Men ' s A.A. Board; Cam- pus Police 4; Who ' s Who. ' V ff I 52 Milton M. Gross Bronx, N. Y. Die Bodenrundc 3. 4. Jules H, Guth Rockvillc Centre, N, Y. Chi Sigma, Sec. 4; La- crosse 1, 2, 3. Marion L. Hayden Dayton, Ohio Delta Gamma, Trcas. 4; Women ' s Basketball 1, 2; Die Bodenrundc 2; Swim- ming Mgr. W ' .A.A. 3; Math Club 4. Jean Hendrv W ' llliston Park, N. Y. Kappa Alpha Theta Daisy Chain 2. Carol Jane Hetfield Bellerose, N. Y. Canterbury Club 1 : Stu- dent Nurses .Association of Mcadowbrook Hospital, Treas. 2. Lewis E. Hollander W ' oodmerc, N. Y. Alpha Phi Beta Vice Pres. 4; Baseball I; Phvsics Club 3, 4. Rrx;iNA F. Juif W ' oodmere, N. Y. Student Nurses . ssoc. of Nassau Hospital 2; Stu- dent Nurses -- ssoc. of Oucens General and Tri- boro Hospital Pres. 4: Nurses Student Council Pres. 4. Blema Hersiikowitz Brooklyn, N. Y. Florence M. Kirshner Bronx, N, Y. Math Club 1,2, 3, 4; Sec. Treas. Hillel 4. 53 JOHANNAH M. KrEN Trenton. N. J. Delta Zeta Dorm See. Chairman 1. Lawrence Lapide Ozone Park. N. Y. Bio. Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Pre- Med Club 3, 4; Pub. Man. 3,4. fOYCE LeTTINE Valley Stream, N. Y. Delta Zeta, Sec. 4; Chem. Club 1,2, 3, 4; ACS 2, 3, Pros. 4; Die Bodcnrunde 2, 3, 4. Lillian S. Lindroos Brooklyn, N. Y. Bio. Club, Sec. 2, 3, Prcs. 4; Pre-Med Club Vice Pres. 3; ECSC Comm. 2. Carl Lorentzen Bayside. N. Y. Pi Sigma Historian 4; Con- cert and Marching Band 3. Fred Maranda Long Island City, N. Y. Nu Sigma Transfer from N ' U; Swimming Team 4. Je. nne Marrow Staten Island, N. Y. Prc-Med Club 3, 4. Jean Mason Franklin Square, N. Y. Musketeers 2, 3, 4; Basket- ball 1, 4; Field Hockey 1, 2; Nursing Club 5, 4. Gloria Maz. c Ridgcvvood, N. Y. Prc-Med Club 3, 4. Bern. rd McDermott Jamaica, N. Y. ECSC Comm. 2, Del. 3; Chcm. Club 3, Vice Pres., Treas. 4; ACS 3, 4; Phvsics Club 4. Nancy McDonnell White Plains. N. Y. Sigma Kappa Newman Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Bio. Club 1. 2: Lit. Editor of Oracle 3; Psych. Club 4. Joseph McGuire Ouccns Village, N. Y. Eta Iota Omega, Pres. 4; Chem. Club 1, 2, 3. 4: ACS 2, 3, 4; Prcs. 3, 4. 54 4ir " These fishing nets, hanging on their dry- ing racks, are symbols of Long Island ' s oldest and still active industry, deep sea fishing. " . Claire McKenne Baldwin, N. Y. Anita Mestel Brooklyn. N. Y. Dolores Mischo Long Island City. N. Y. Newman Club 2. Carol T. Morgan West Hempstead, N. Y. Glee Club 1, 2; Bio. Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Chcni. Club 1. 2. 3, 4; Pre-Med Club 3, 4; Pres. 3: Die Boden- rundc 2, 3, 4; Student .Affiliate. American Chem- ical Society 4. Motamed Manoutcher Garden Ctiy. N. Y. Pre-Med Club 1; Foreign Students Club 2. Anna Mustaka Hempstead, N. Y. Pre-Med Club 3; Muske- teers, ' ice Pres. 4. ' lRGINIA NiCKLAS Niagara Falls, N. Y. Dorothy f. Norris Hewlett, N. Y. Phi Mu Formation Swimming Show 1; " Hansel and Gretel " 1; Baton Twirler 1; Classics Club 1. Geraldine Otey Jamaica. N. Y. Phi Delta Vice Pres. 4; Nursing Club 2. 3; Pres. Organization of Sen. Student Nurses of L. I. 4. 55 Doris Paddi Forest Hills. N. Y. Newman Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3; Die Bodenrunde 2, 3; Chem. Club 2, 3; ACS 2, 3. Harry Painton Rockville Centre. N. Y. Pi Sigma All College Night Comm. 1; ' restling Team 1, 2, 3; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Radio ' o kshop 1, 2, 3. 4; Pre-Med Club 2. 3, 4: Glee Club 2; Gold Mask 3; WABS 3, 4, Sec. 4. Justine Ferine Denxillc, N. ]. Basketball 1; Softball 1: Nursing Club 2, 5, 4. Lucille R. ndall Forest Hills. N. Y. Riding Club 1; Pre-Med Club 3, 4; Bio. Club 3. 4. Clinton Robin South Ozone Park, N. Y. Ph sics Club 3, 4. Helen Ross Bellemore, N. Y. Musketeers Orchestra 1, 2; SCA 1. 2; Math Club 1. 2. 3. Pres. 4: Chem. Club 3. 4: ACS 3. 4; Physics Club 4; Comm. of Pres. 4. ' illi- m Row. n Lindcnhurst, N. Y. Chem. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; ACS 3, 4. Joseph Runkel Richmond Hill. N. Y. Epsilon Phi Transfer from U. of Day- ton: Phvs. Ed. Majors Club 3, 4. Marilyn Ruser St. .Mbans, N. Y. Sigma Kappa Treas. 3. 4: Panhcl Rep. 3; Math Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Spanish Club 1; Panhcl Rep. 3. Chester Rusinek Mineola, N. Y. Eileen Ry. n St. Albans. N. Y. Judiciar - Bd. at Meadow- brook Hospital. Carol S.aleson Brooklyn, N. Y. Phi Sigma Sigma Treas. 3; Dean ' s List 1. 56 Charlks Sauf.r Scmth Ozone Park. N. Y. Swimming Team 1. 2: Or- cliestra 1, 2; Tlnsics Club Vice Prcs. 3. 4. Gilbert Sciiiff Kcw Gardens. N. Y. Die Bodenrnnde 3, 4; ACS 3, 4: Chcm. Club 3. 4. Gladys Scipien Chicopce, Mass. Softball Team 1; Classics Club 1, 2: May -Day Comm. 1: Ex. Board 1, Who ' s Who; Prcs. of 51. f Marion Siiippee Paterson, N. J. Formation Swimming 1 : Softball Team 1. Lucy Siecel Manhassct. N. Y. Delta Delta Delta Chaplain 2, ' ice Pres. 3. Pres. 4; Daisy Chain 2; Soph. Dance Comm. 2; Jr. Prom Comm. 3; Co Chairman . 11 College Night 3; Sec. Senior Class 4; Chapel Comm. 4. Jane Spencer Queens N ' illagc, N. Y. Cantcrburv Club 1; Yacht Club 2. M. rie a. Stein Hcmljstead. N. Y. Phi Delta Orchestra 1; Glee Club 1, 2. 3; Math Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Newman Club 3, 4. Anita Thulke New York, N. Y. Alfred Tomilinson Cambria Heights, N. Y. r ' CF 1. 2; Vice Pres. 3; Math Club 2. 57 v 1 ' Margaret Touhey Amitwille, N. Y. Kappa Alpha Theta Newman Club 1, 2, 5, 4; fudiciary Chairman of Nursing Student Govt, at Nassau Hospital. Masako Tsuzuki New York, N. Y. Bio. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Die Bodenrunde 3, 4; Pre Med Club Treas. 3, Vice Pres. 4. Ella Turner Flushing. N. Y. Delta Gamma Canterbury Club 1,2. Joseph Wallack New York, N. Y. Doris Walz Frccport. N. Y. Kappa Kappa Gamma Treas. 4; Bio. Club 2, 3. Golda Weil Hempstead, N. Y. Jean Weiss Baldwin, N. Y. Musketeers; Glee Club 2. Alfred Whitney St. Albans, N. Y. Dora Whitted Hempstead. N. Y. Delta Gamma Lois Widing Blue Point, N. Y. 58 i School of I iursing 1 1 (1 May we extend our sincerest congratulations to the School of Nursing on its appro al this year by the National Nursing Accrediting Sen ' ice. With a watchful eye to progress, the department is now formulating plans to include a more com- prchensi e basic psychiatric program and in- creased public health affiliation. The School of Nursing has constantly been increasing its contacts and is now affiliated with Meadowbrook, Queens General, Triboro hospitals and Central Islip State Hospital, as well as the Nassau County Department of Health. The philosoph)- of the program is to stress the understanding of one ' s self as a basis for personal growth and understanding of others. Study Relaxation Consultation Lyhem ( liib 1st Roir; N. Plctt, L. Charnoff. C. G. Hur- tado, M. Smitz. A, Marko, Mrs. J. Thimm (Adviser). 2nd Row: H. Silver. C. Mor- gan. L. Martin. B. Spanda. M. Fridcrichs, B McDermott, M. Brod. 3rd Row: A. Klein, D. Tonclson. " . Kaufmann, P. Segatto, C Vincent. 4th Row: E. Lewis, W. Seaman J. Krumenaclcer. " . Rowan (Pres.), J. Schle gel. 5th Row: H. Goldrich. R. Bermen M. Erenstoff. G. Schiff. 6th Row: J. Let tine, R. Cohen. D. Prey. J. Dougherty, A Douglas, J. Howkins, J. Donahue. The natural science clubs have long been centers of scientific concern here at Adelphi. By their serious nature the Club lends itself as an ideal place in which students may present material of special interest to themsehes and others. Throughout the year, students in their travels through the science building will have noticed the ever present posters announcing the coming of important speakers. Those who attended learned of the dynamic progress of man in his uni erse and gained a greater understanding of themselves and their fellow men. This year the club has inxited other science clubs to attend meetings when the programs would be of special value. In this manner the clubs have been carrying out a program of fostering a greater understanding of science within the sciences. (B,o eu I St Row: C. Ritter. U. Brod, A. Klein, P. Sqnicciarini, M. Cacioppo, A. Marko, L. Lapide. 2nd Row: A. Dahm, R. W ' cngler, |. Krakow. 3rd Row: H. Fonrosc, C. Rusmek. A. Johnson. R. Bcrman, N. McDon- nell. 60 ITiatlr eU ]st Row: D. Jensen. A. Kass. F. Kerslmer. Dr. Baravalle. H. Ross. Dr. Fnsehauer. K. Clianda. 2nd Row: A. W ' leckr. G. Baner. K. Heinceke, W. Clarke, M. Riiser. G. Gcrner. LP iijsics i iib 1st Row: M. Montamed, L. Hollander, Dr. Goldsmith. Dr. Kruger, G. Gcrbcr. 2nd Row: C. Hurtado, X. Smith, R. Wcngler. C Sauer. 3rd Row: B. McDonald, G. Calluzo, M. Eddv, C. Robin, O. Roswek. . c s. 1st Row: M. Brod. J. Lettine, C. Hurtado, M. Fridcrichs, A. Marko, H. Ross, B. McDcrmott. 2nd Row: R. Cohen. B. Spandau, P. Segatt. W. Rowan, C. ' inecnt, J. Schlegcl. 3rd Row: M. Smitz. J. Dougherty, C. Morgan. A. Douglas, R. Bennann, G. Schiff, D. Frey. 61 L Iass (cyfficers 1st Row: M. Biscay, J. Bo d. 2nd Row: L. Scigel, H. Goldring. 952 1st Row: J. Geoghcgcn, K. Andre. 2nd Row: M. Donahoc, H. Olsen. 1953 1st Row: L. Fyvolent. E. Schmolka. 2nd Row: B. Orhlcin, J. Shcan. 1954 1st Row: W. Remsen, N. Kaufman. 2nd Row: L. Th omas, T. Von Pauli. A RTS ' Art is a human activity having for its purpose the transmission to others of the highest ana best feelings to which men have risen. " . . . Tolstoi 64 j m Jta u i M ' i Sue Dolores Ballance Port Washington, N. Y. Sigma Kappa Pres. 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chcmistn- Club 1, 2: Glee Club 1, 2; Comm. of Presidents 4. Myra f. Biscay Garden Citv, N. Y. Delta Delta Delta Cheerleader 1, 2, Capt. 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; M College Night 1; Class song leader 2; School song 1, leader 3; Class Pres. 3, 4; Daisy Chain 2: SA Exec. Bd. 3, 4; Who ' s Who. Mary Joan Callan RockviUe Centre, N. Y. Transfer from Mt. St. Vin- cent College; Newman Club 3, 4. Lois A. Catherman Floral Park, N. Y. Kappa Kappa Gamma Annis E. Dubrof Dalton, Georgia Phi Sigma Sigma Pledge Mistress 5, 4, ' ice Pres. 3. William D. Feeny Bellerose, N. Y. Pi Sigma Historian 3; Guidon Car- toonist 2, 3, 4; SA Budget Committee 2; Class Presi- dent 3; SA executive Board 5; Designed Band Uniforms 3; Oracle Art Editor 3, 4: Dance Pub- licity 5; SA Pres. 4; Band 4; Comm. of Pres. 4; Who ' s Who 4; Men Senior Honorary Society. David G. Flemming ' cst Hempstead, N. Y. Orchestra 2: Football Manager 3: Little Theatre, Lights and Production 3, 4: Center of Creative Arts 4: Children ' s Traveling Theatre 4; Gold Mask. Herbert H. Gerdes Occansidc, N. Y. Nu Sigma ' arsity Football 2: Nu Sigma Sec. 3, Pres. 4. Roland Gomez Lynbrook, N. Y. Spanish Club Pres. L Treas. 2, 3. 4: Glee Club 1, 3; Gold Mask I, 2, 3, 4; Radio Workshop 1, 2, 3, 4: Yacht Club 3, 4; Red Cross 3. Virginia S. Hay Cambria Heights, N. Y. Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3. Charles F. Huschle Manhasset, N. Y. Chi Sigma Pres. 4, IFC Rep. 3; ' ice Pres. IFC; Honor Board Rep. 1; Newman Club I; Radio Workshop 1; All College Night Chairman 7 Peter A. Incalcaterra Amitnille, N. Y. Eta iota Omega Sec. 3, Trcas. 4; Orches- tra 1; Italian Club 1, 2; Classics Club 2; Concert Band 3. 66 Grace R. Isola Brooklyn. N. Y. Kappa Alpha Theta Daisv Chain 2: All Col- lege Night 2; Gold Mask 2, 3, 4. Marjorie G. Johnson Floral Park, N. Y. Delta Delta Delta Roundtable 5: Co Chair- man Howdy Hop 3. Eileen L. Kalvin Elmhurst. N. Y. Iota Alpha Pi Glee Club 5. Howard S. Kester Brooklyn, N. Y. Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Radio Workshop 1, 2, 3; All College Night 1, 2, 3, 4; WABS 3. Dorothy A. Kurzius Floral Park, L. I. Kappa Kappa Gamma Social Chamn. 2; All Col- lege Night 1; Marching Band 3, 4. Elaine N. Lamb Brooklyn, N, Y. Delia Zeta Tranfcr from Packer Col- legiate Inst.; Glee Club 3. 4; Newman Club 3, 4. 4 , " I ' ccldy Roosevelt, one of America ' s most ciilnrfiil statesmen, built and lived in this iKdutiftil home at Oyster Bay, Long Island. " Robert Lawn y. Hempstead, N. Y. Marlene R. Levine Brookhn, N. Y. Ilillcl 2, 3, 4; Exec. Board 3; Music Club 1: Orches- tra 2, 3, 4; English Club 3, 4; Agora 3. 4; Council of Religious Clubs 4; Glee Club accompanist 2, 3, 4; Campus Chest 3; Cam- pus Red Cross 3. MvRA Lewen Forest Hills, N. Y. 67 Holt Liang Jamaica, N. Y. Pvlon 4. Anthony Lorto Brooklyn, N. Y. Barbara A. Lynn Collingswood, N. J. Kappa Alpha Theta Social Chmn., Song Lead- er; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Radio Workshop 1; Harvey Hall Vice Pres. 4; Opera Workshop 4; Glee Club 4. Barbara Anne McDoucALL Forest Hills, L. L Art ' ork in L. 1. Art Festival Show; Hofstra Met. Coll. Show. Mary ' ann R. Mercadante Glen Cove, L. L Newman Club 3, 4. Francis J. Moelter Queens Village, N. Y. Omega Delta Chi ' ice Prcs. 4; Fencing Club 3; Pylon 4; Comm. of Presidents 4. Joanne F. Morris Hollis, N. Y. Delta Gamma See. 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; Newman Club 2, 3, 4. Marilyn Albert Nadelbach Woodmcre, N. Y. HiUcl 1. Jean Newberger Freeport, N. Y. Musketeers 1, 2; Radio Workshop 1; Glee Club 3, 4; Guidon, Advertising Manager 4. James R. Nichols Roslvn, N. Y. theta Xi Cheerleader 2, 3; Chil- drens Theatre 3, 4; Gold Mask Publicity Chairman 4; Publicity Chairman for All College Band and May Day 2; Chairman fklen ' s AA Chapel 2. Davida M. Prince Brooklyn. N. Y. Iota Alpha Pi Rush Chairman 3; Trans- fer From Lhiu ' crsity of Miami; Hillcl. Exec. Board and Pub. Chmn. 3. Arnold Rubin Middle ' illage, N. Y. X r ' 68 0 W " ■;«■ ' ■• ITT Marciarose Schleifer Forest Hills. N. Y. Joan Scuwanda East Brightwaters, L. I. Glee Club 1. 2, 3. Nada R. Storelli Massapcqua, N. . Delta Delta Delta All College Night Comni. 1, 2; Spanish Club 1. 2: Daisv Chain 2; Newman Club 1, 2; Honor Board 3, 4; SA Executi e Board 3, 4: Sec. of Class 2: Handbook Editor 4; Lan- tern Prcs. 4; Conim. of Presidents 4: Dean ' s List 5. 4; Junior Prom Comm. 3; ' ho ' s Who 4. EuNA Strauss Lawrence, N. Y. Transfer from Svracuse U.; Glee Club 3. Elizabeth A. Toscano Lvnbrook, N. Y. Glee Club 1. 2. 3. Vice Prcs. 4: Classics Club 1. Beverly Unger East Hall, . dclphi College Jean L. Wolfram Lvnbrook. N. Y. ■ Phi Delta Sec. 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; SCA 1. 2. Sec.-Tres. 3; IN ' CF 1, 2. Bernice ' inogr. d Forest Hills, N. Y. Ethel M. Misner Rock ille Centre, N. Y. Delta Delta Delta SCA 2. Prcs. 5; Glee Club 2, 3. Harold Wlnter Hempstead. N. Y. Gold Mask 1, 2. 3.4. Russell J. Wygand Baldwin, N. Y. Epsilon Phi Guidon Photographer 1, 2. Photography Editor 3, 4; Oracle Photographer 1, 2, Photography Editor 3, 4: Public Relations Pho- tographer 2, 3, 4; Foot- ball Movie Photographer 1, 2, 3. 4; All College Night Comm. 3. 4; Hand- book Photographer 3, 4; Board of Prcs. 4: Editor- in Chief Oracle 4: Cent- ral Publicif Comm. 4. 69 Summer L enter of (creative ytrts Mr. Barzan In the last few years Adelphi College has de- veloped a valuable Center of Creative Arts during the summer. The aim of this Center is to " provide the serious student of the arts with a sympathetic background wherein he may follow a particular field of art under professional guidance and work closely with recognized leaders. " The Center offers intensive instruction from pro- fessionals and students in the fields of art, drama, music, radio, painting and dance. Not only are there classroom hours where theory and techniques are taught but in addition there are practical workshops. public performances of stage plays presented in the Little Theater, radio broadcasts, concerts and art exhibits. Also included are lectures given by isiting artists from all phases of the arts. When a lecturer comes the students from all the various workshops attend regardless of their own specialized interest. Classes are five days a week, from ten to four plus rehearsal periods. Credit is given toward a grad- uate or a post graduate degree, and as many as six credits may be gained. Once a week the workshops get together for an afternoon at Jones Beach. There are also pool parties and other recreational facilities pro ' ided. Music Workshop Orchestra (jBS ' I ' lic Adclplii Ikoadcasting System and tlic Adclplii Radio Workshop arc the student oigaiii zatioiis which otTer an opportiniity to learn all about radio. They permit students to perform on the radio and organize their own shows. niis year a program of music and dramatic presentations was ]-)lanned for Monday through Tiuirsday nights. The programs were planned to be broadcast to the dorms between 6: 0 and 10:50 at night. Members are selected from auditions held at the beginning of the year. After fifteen hours of accredited work a student may join the Junior Radio Workshop. The Senior W orkshop is an honorary body whose members are selected from the interested junior group. Children ' s Theatre - hildren s cJ heat re Since 1937, Adelphi Children ' s Theatre has provided a laboratory where students may observe children and participate with them in creative acti ity. Here they may study methods of teaching theatre art, music, dance, drama, speech, and in addition pup- petry and the plastic arts. They may act for or with the children, direct dra- matic projects, and find many opportu- nities to de elop leadership. There are two hundred children, coming from all over Long Island, to participate in these classes. 1950 saw the beginning of an extension of the Children ' s Theatre in Cedarhurst, L. I., and the development of the Tra - elling Theatre with a cast of faculty and students playing for children in the metropolitan area. c A eat re ( old 1 1 Las k Gold Mask, our dramatic lionoran,- society, stands out as one of the leading clubs on campus. It presents four productions a year in the Little Theatre, each being directed by a member of the faculty of our Speech Department. The first and very successful of these productions was " The Adding Machine " by Elmer Rice, directed by Mr. Jacoby. In order to gi e more students an opportunity to participate in dramatic productions, sexeral reading productions ha e used the " R " lounge as " . stage. Among these ha e been " The Trojan Woman " of Euripides, and Shakespeare ' s " Meas- ure for Measure, " both of which were directed by Mrs. Nichols of the Speech Department. Since the three one-act plays were so success- ful last vear, this practice is to be repeated again. It is traditional for Adelphians to turn out en masse for these one act plays as the students handle every aspect of the production. To be eligible for membership in Gold Mask, a student must have worked on three shows within two semesters. He must be recommended by a member of the society and must show that his interest is sufficient to do further work on plays. A play-reading committee and the faculty di- rector select the plan ' s, all of which ha e been pro- duced pre iously. Try-outs are open to all students attending Adelphi College. (!:yrchestf a y iee L lub The orchestra has done a wonderful job in adding to the popularity of the Music Dept. Tlie members have worked in conjunction with the Glee Club and their concerts have been given together. Under the direction of Mr. James Fleet- wood they have achieved city-wide fame for their excellent production and superb performances. The membership of this organization consists, for the most part, of Adelphi students, but is not limited to them alone. Residents of Nassau County who are vitally interested in music have also become a part of Mr. Fleetwood ' s big and talented family. Every Tuesday and Thursday from eleven to twelve-thirty, patrons of the " finer things in life " meet with Mr. Fleetwood in choral contentment. It is only here that " Men, Women, and Tenors " find choral contentment and vocal satisfaction. All of the success, however, cannot be ac- credited to their talent alone. Much acclaim must go to the dynamic James Fleetwood who spurs the entire group on to their final achievement. Bi A USINESS i i DMINISTRATION " Social prosperity means man happy, the citizen free, the nation great. " . . . Victor Hugo 76 Ruth E. Abbey Woodmere, N. Y. Phi Sigma Sigma Transfer from Penn State. Michael L. Art New York, N. Y. Alpha Kappa Treas. 4; Cross Country 1; Hillel 1, 2. Joseph Baum Flushing, N. Y. Phi Lambda Rho IFC Rep. 4; Business Mgr. of Booster Club 4. Bob Beck Farmingdale, N. Y. George M. Bishop Far Rockaway, N. Y. Alpha Tau Rho Sec. 3, Vice Prcs. 4; Busi- ness Club 1,2, 3, 4; New- man Club 2, 5. 4. Harold E. Bockelken Bayside, N. Y. Transfer from Champlain College. Paul G. Bohack Woodhaven, N. Y. Epsilon Phi Treas. 3. William Borruso Long Beach, N. Y. ?! Sigma IFC Rep. 2, 3, 4; Honor Board 3, 4; Handbook Comm. 3; Chairman Sr. Ball 4. Cedric a. Brown South Ozone Park. N. Y. Transfer from Champlain College. Boris Buchak Queens Village. N. Y. Alpha Tau Rho Sec. 3, 4, Pledge Master 4. John F. Burnett West Reading, Conn. Clarence M. Buxton Hollis, N. Y. Alpha Phi Beta Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Baseball 2; Basketball 1. 78 " lialing Museum at Huntington, Long Jxhind. houses whaling equipment used by the settlers back in the days when George Washington made his trip through Long Island. " Louis y. Cevoli Levittown. N. Y. Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Busi ness Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Business Student Assistant 3, 4. Maurice L. Cohen Hempstead. N. Y. Alpha Kappa Pres. 4; Baseball 2. Richard H. Commer Rockville Centre, X. Y. Zeta Beta Tan Transfer from U. of Colo- rado; HiUcl 2, 3. 4: Gui- don 4; Business Club 3, 4; Psvch. Club 4. OODHULL L. CONDICT Great Neck, N. Y. Business Club I, 2, 3, 4. J. Jacques Craumer Roslyn Heights, N. Y. Spanish Club 3, 4; Cam- pus Police 4; Business Club 4; Booster Club 4. Christopher B. Cullen Garden City, N. Y. Newman Club 3, 4; Yacht Club 3, 4; Classics Club 4. Frank Daly Great Neck, N. Y. Caroline K. D ' Amato Rockville Centre, N. Y. Phi Mu Pledge Mistress 2, Trcas 3, 4: Panhel 3, 4; All Col- lege Night 1; Newman Club 1. 2, 3; Booster Club 4: May Day Chairman. Robert E. Davis Forest Hills. N. Y. Omega Delta Chi Newman Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Business Club 3. 4. 79 Robert J. DeGroot St. Albans. N. Y. Alpha Tau Rho IFC Rep. 4: Newman Club 2. 3. 4; Soph. Dance Conim. 2; Business Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 3. dominick j. Dell. Rocca Ozone Park. N. Y. Nu Sigma Transfer from Mohawk College; Baseball Team 2, 3, 4. Rich. rd DeMutii Glcndale, N. Y. David D. Dietch Brooklyn, N. Y. Thomas R. Duntze Carden City. N. Y. Yacht Club 3. Sailing In- structor 2, ' icc Conimo dore 4. Norman Fidei.m.an Elmira, N. Y. Alpha Kappa Sec. 3, 4; Wrestling Team 1, 2, 3; HiUel 1. 2, 3, 4; Business Administration Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Charles Fr. ncolini Floral Park, N. Y. Omicron Pi Basketball 1; F " ootball 2, 3, 4; Lacrosse 2, 3, 4. Edward H. Fr.vnk Lvnbrook, N. Y. Alpha Tau Rho Guidon. Advertising Mgr., Business Mgr., Boxing Team, Spanish Club. Herbert S. Freiman Farmingdale. N. Y. Alpha Kappa Sec. 4; IFC Rep.; Spanish Club 1, 2; Business Club 2, 5, 4. f - f f » Barbara R. Friderichs Mineola, N. Y. Sigma Kappa Sec. 3, 1st Vice Pres. 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Club 4. George W. Ganong Newport, R. I. Lacrosse 3; Pres. Men ' s Dorm. 4; Business Club, ' ice Pres. 4; SRC 4; Booster Club 4; Psychol- ogy Club 4. Milton Gidge Bellcrose, N. Y. 80 Stanley Gluskin Bcllcrosc. N. Y. Ililk ' l 3, Ilillcl Exec. Bd. 4. Harold B. Goldrinc Long Beach. N. Y. Alpha Kappa IPC Rep. :, 3. 4; Col lege Night 1; Classics Club 2; IFC ' ice Prcs. 3; Hillel 3. Prcs. 1. 4: Treas. of Class 4; SRC 4. Henry Gottlieb Brooklyn. N. Y. Guidon 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. RlCC. RDO GUDENZI Great Neck, N. Y. Harold G. Hammerschlac ' alley Stream. N. Y. Chi Sigma Treas. 4; .- gora 1.2. 3, 4: Philosophy Club 3; Tennis 1, 2. 5; All College Night 2, 5. 4; Lacrosse 4. M. Lee Har ood Pittsburgh. Pa. Gamma Phi Beta Transfer from Syracuse U.; Business Dept. F ' ashion Show Chairman 2; Busi- ness Club 4. Glenn R. Heinemeyer X ' alley Stream. N. Y. Business Club 1, 2. 3. 4. Richard A. Holt ' alley Stream, N. Y. Epsilon Phi Campus Police 3: Booster Club 4. . rthur Ingebretsen Franklin Square. N. Y. Delta Phi Gamma Photo Club 1; Varsity La- crosse 1; Business Club 1, 5, 4; Spanish Club 3. 4. 81 William J. Klein Far Rockaway, N. Y. Samuel Kleinman Astoria, N. Y. Baseball 1. Philip B. Knobel Great Neck, N. Y. Transfer from Mohawk College. Lloyd Krisel Brooklyn, N. Y. Marcia Kuhlke Floral Park, N. Y. Kappa Kappa Gamma Spanish Club 1, 2; Busi- ness Club 4. George H. Lang Bronx, N. Y. Transfer from U. of Mi- ami; Business Club 2, 3, 4. Jerry Lansky Richmond Hill, N. Y. Alpha Tail Rho Pres. 4; IFC Rep. 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2. Sports Staff 3, 4. Guidon Thomas Lantzounis Jackson Heights, N. Y. Irwin Lazar Bronx, N. Y. Alpha Kappa IFC Rep. 4. Burton H. Leibler Brooklyn, N. Y. Business Club 2, 3, 4. ' ILLIAM G. Lemmon Floral Park, N. Y. Eta Iota Omega Lacrosse 1; Business Club 2, 3, 4; Yacht Club 4. Harriet G. Levy Hempstead, N. Y. Phi Sigma Sigma Hillel 1: Business Club 3. 82 ih Ira I. LiTT Forest Hills. N. Y. Transfer from Syracuse U.; Business Club 3. William R. Lockwood Valley Stream. N. Y. Omicron Pi ' ice Pres. 5: IFC Rep. 3; Business Club 1: S. Exec. Board 2; Business Show 4. Ann McConville Floral Park, N. Y. Delta Gamma Pres. 4; All College Night Comm. 1, 2; Newman Club 2; S. Exec. Board 3. 4: Honor Board 3, 4; Band Twirler 3. 4; Who ' s Who. Hurley M. Mennear Floral Park, N. Y. Business Club 2, 3, 4; La- crosse 2. M ' alter Scott Mercer Flushing, N. Y. K. Y Meyerson Oyster Bay. N. Y. Sigma kappa Soph. Dance Comm. 2; Business Club 3, 4. " Adnuiustrativn huildmg at LaGuardia Field. Built in 1939 tv handle .Vcnc York ' s air trarel. it is one of Long Island ' s newer industries. " John Miller Mollis, N. Y. Transfer from Utica Col- lege; Business Club 3, 4. Alice Zabner Morrel East Rockaway, N. Y. EucE.NE G. Morrill Bayside, N. Y. Phi Lambda Rho . ' Ml College Night Comm. 4; Booster Club. X ' ice Pres. 4. 83 Harry R. Moss Jamaica, N. Y. Omicron Pi IFC Rep. 4; ' arsitv Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4; Cheni. Club 1; Varsitv Baseball 2: Men ' s AA 4; Business Club 4. Richard G. Mulligan Butte, Montana Nu Sigma IFC Rep. 3. 4: Football 1; Class Sec. 1; Football 3; Newman Club 2, 4; Bas Icetball 4; IFC Dance Comni. 4; Men ' s May Day Comm. Chairman 3. Edw.ard H. Murr.w Roslyn Heights, N. Y. Alpha Tau Rho Sec. 3, Pres. 4; Co Chair- man of Soph. Dance 2; Campus Police 3; Chair- man of Hello Week 4; Exec. Council of Senior Class 4. ' lLLIAM ' . NeUFELD Brookhn, N. Y. Baseball Mgr. 1, 2, 3, 4; Chairman of Ho da Hop 2; Men ' s AA 3, 4; ' SMio ' s ' ho. Ahmad Nikbakht Teheran, Iran International Relations Club 3. 4. Harold C. Newman Far Rockaway, N. Y. Alpha Tau Rho Treas. 3: IFC Rep. 4; Business Club 4. Mateo F. Occena Manila. Philippines Spanish Club 2, Treas. Prcs. 4: Delta Pi 3, 4. Marvin Niego Forest Hills, N. Y. Charles E. O ' Connell Great Neck, N. Y. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Transfer from Syracuse U. N ' iLLi.AM A. O ' Hara Rockville Centre, N. Y. Wrestling 1, 2; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Robert F. O ' Me. ra Cedarhurst, N. Y. Alpha Tau Rho Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Accounting Association 4. Michael J. Orl. ndo Whitestone. N. Y ' . Nii Sigma Newman Club 1; Business Club 1; Accounting Asso- ciation 2. " r mvii r ' ■: « V 84 Al.AN Pl. ' iRCl. Malvcrnc. X. V. Chi Sigma Transfer from Central College; Tennis Icani 5. 4. Marie F. Pierini Forest Hills. N. Y. Transfer from Mt. St. X ' incent College; Newman Club 3, 4. Elizabeth J. Rainville Forest Hills. N. Y. Transfer from Lasell Jr. College. George Reinhardt Cambria Heights, N. Y. John M. Reinhardt Belle Harbor. N. Y. Alpha Tau Rho Business Club 2. 3, Pres. 4: Booster Club. Treas. 4; Comm. of Pres. 4. NoR rA ' B. Robbins Far Rockawav. N. Y. Hillel 1, 2. Robert J. Roebuck New York. N. Y. Basketball 1; Business Club 2, 3, 4. Walter L. Richardson Jamaica. N. Y. Phi Lambda Rho Pres. 4: IFC Rep. 3; Pres. IFC 4; SRC 4; Comm. of Pres. 4: Rep. to Nat. IFC 4: Who ' s Who. Ned p. Romano Flushing. N. Y. Nu Sigma Lacrosse 2, 3. 4: Newman Club 3, 4: .Accounting 3. 4; Business Club 3, 4; Or- acle 4. 85 John B. Russell New Bedford, Mass. Alpha Sigma Pi Transfer from Syracuse U.; Spanish Club 5, 4; Men ' s Dorm Comm. 3; Business Club 3; Glee Club 3. Robert F. Scanlon Newport, R. I. Newman Club 1, 2; Hon- or Board 2, 3, 4; Business Club 2, 3. William J. Sciiady Woodside, N. Y. Nu Sigma Baseball 3. George Schmidt Jamaica, N. Y. Alpha Phi Beta IFC Rep. 3; Business Club Eugene Schneider Long Beach, N. Y. Robert Schreiber Freeport, N. Y. Delta Phi Gamma Guidon 1, 2; Oracle 1, 2; Campus Police 3, 4; Boost- er Club 4. Rulef W. Schumann Forest Hills, N. Y. Frank J. Scodari St. Albans, N. Y. Newman Club 5, 4; Busi- ness Club 3, 4. Richard R. Sg. rro Jackson Heights. N. Y. Glee Club 1, 2; Treas. 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3. Bernard V. Shields Lynbrook, N. Y. Nu Sigma Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Capt. 2; Psych. Club 1, 2; Span- ish Club 2, 3; Business Club 3, 4; Who ' s Who. Richard Siegel Hewlett. N. Y. Chi Sigma All College Night Comm. 1, 2; Lacrosse 2, 3, 4; Business Club 3, 4. Leon, rd Silkes ■ Brooklyn. N. Y. 86 0; . " ' Marilyn J. Smith Ba - ille, N. Y. Vincent College: Newman Transfer from Mt. St. Club 3, 4; Business Club 4. Sam Staiilman Far Rockaway, N. Y. Business Club 1, 2; Boost- er Club 4. Joan B. Stockman Cold Spring Harbor. N. Y. Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Business Club 4. Philip R. Strompf fackson Heights, N. Y. Fi Sigma Treas. 4. Jay S. Truesdell Sea Cliff. N. Y. Yacht Club ' ice Commo- dore 2. 3; Club Racing Team Capt. 3. Commo- dore 4; Business Club 4. Paul F. Wagner Mount Bethel. Pa. OniicTon Pi Golf 1. 2, 3, CoCapt. 4; Junior Prom. Comm. 3. .♦■- »» " Roslyn Harbor as it is today. Site of Long Island ' s first papermiU; built in the late 1600 ' s: ' THO L s W ' aldron East Elmhurst, N. Y. Robert F. W ' eifenb. ch ' oodhaven, N. Y. Track Team 1, 2; Die Bo- denrunde. 87 Among Students in American Universities and Colleges ht Row: V. Fecny, J. Tiffany, M. Biscay, T- NTacLccr, M. Lampasona, H. West, J. Saporta. 2nd Row: B. Shields, N. Storelli, R. Alex- ander, y. Mclvin. M. Cacioppo, J. Boyd. 3rd Row: S. Litvinoff, R. Kustcr. Each year a number of outstanding students are chosen to represent Adelphi in an ofHcial di- rectory entitled " Who ' s Who Among Students in American Uni ersities and Colleges. " These students are nominated by a committee of repre- sentative students and approved by a faculty com- mittee for distinguished work in their academic as well as their extra-curricular programs. We are very proud of our graduates who ha c gained the prestige and recognition offered by " Who ' s Who. " Members not in photo are J. Britt, V. Collaci, R. Corn, N. Fishman, N. Giambalvo. A. McCon- ' ille, W. Neufeld, N. Occena, W. Richardson, G. Scipien, S. Wright. Lantern is the Women ' s Senior Honorary So- ciety composed of the outstanding Adelphi senior women. Membership is based on the combination of ser -ice to the school, participation in activities, and a B average in scholarship during their four years at college. New members are elected from the Junior class every spring by this society. Xc an tern N. Storelli, Dean Ilarley, J. Tiffany, McLeer, S. Wright. 88 SORORITIES AND IT RATERNITIES " Friendship has a power to soothe affliction in her darkest hour. " . . . H. Kirke White 90 ■«_. ' « ' ' A t »l 1st Row: l " ). I laiiiKnian, B. llcniKUi, S, ' right, A. Ncvin, ]. Kcaiiicy, B. Hart, C. D ' Amato. 2nd Row: A. |ohnsou. D. ' cstniann, R. Carmen, E, Drommcns, I. Lewis, I. Anthony, B. Foster, D. Schcu. 3rd i oii ' : C. Ransom, D. Langlotz, D. Seaman, F. Konigsbcrg, M, Ikinritli, M. Stcinruck. LP a n lie I U eiiic Panhellenic Association is responsible for the fraternity life on campus, and not only unites the ele -en campus sororities but also contributes a great deal to charitable organizations. The organi- zation interests itself in its relationships with the administration and coordinates the acti ' ities of its member groups. One of the major events of the year was the Christmas Party which, sponsored by Pan-Hel for the orphan children of the Little Flower Home at ' ading River, featured Frank Lopresti as Santa Clans. 33fe The Inter-Fraternity Council ser es as a sounding board for the voicing of the problems of the fraternities on campus as well as a liaison between fraternities and the administration. One of the prime purposes of the council on this campus is to dissolve the many prejudices hich ha ' e developed concerning fraternity life. In order to achieve this end the council has en- deavored to work on a plan by which the fraterni- ties on campus would be able to make themselves recognized as a constructixe eroup, rather than a group primarily interested in the social aspect of college life. st Row: B. Borruso, G. Lane, P. Warliola, W. Richardson, C. Huschle, A. Hess. C. Floras, R. Hcdcls. 2nd Row: T. McDonald, A. Chrishohn, W. Nhmus, A. Sutcra. L. Sirkis, G. Smidt. yrd Row: ]. Lansky. II. Moss. T. Cnnningham, A. Barbaro. J, Boyd. J. Banm, I. Lazar. 4r ' 1st Row: C. Lesser, M. Rachles. J. Kracke. H. Cohen. R. Kirch. C. Ilcnschcl. S. Flax. f. Break- stone. 2nd Row. S. Klein. H. Kasso er, N. Lubash. N. Fishman. J. Sloanc. E. Silvcrstein, H. Dreyfus. 3rd Row. R. Bcrmack, S. Levin. B. Sloatc. . . Beroon. B. Miller. F. Konisberg, C. Finger. 1st Row. A. Barric, P. Oxlev, f. Krumhausen. A. Creniedas. A. McComillc. N. Finnan. E. Schmolka, P. Clifton, B. Mae ' Foster. 2nd Row: A. Nevin, M. Jones, J. Gordan. f. Noble. J. MacLcer. J. Mehin. f. Tiffanv. J. Morris. 3rd Row: ]. O ' Neil, A. Moore. L. Crcsswell. [. Bronaiigh. [. Shean. J. Malito. J. Legg. 4th Row: M. Rushton, H. West, ]. Martin, M. Gannon, E. Blanknieyer, A. Duragc, B. Hart. M. Donohoe. 92 1st Row S Dcmolat ]. Kcarncv, M. Bisca -, P. Fitzpatrick. H. Ostcndorlif. B. Anderson. P. Crandel ' ' nd Row: E. W ' cisncr. ]. Nackcr, D. O ' Kccfe, N. Bryant, A. Carson. C. Foley. 3rd Ron- M Johnson, N. Storclli, L. Scigal. R. Dietrieh, M. Rmgen. M. Stemruck. 1st Roir: J. Raniano. S. Hcah . T. inders, H. Crusius, L. Behnken, M. Gallager. A. Renna. B. Fcrbcr. 2nd Row. G. Bauer, J. Lettme. A. Labaski, M. LaFemina, D. McKiernan, N. Kroni- bach, N. Plett. 3rd Roir; M. Schauf. E. Lamb, M. Limber, M. Metcalf. M. Hcinrieh, M. Perronc. -ith Row. M. Tietz. D. Tenney. C. Forrest. 93 ht Row: M. Busom, P. Menke, D. Hanncman, M. F redericks. B. Fredericks M Cacciopo 2nd Row: B. Matus, R. Angus, P. Harkins, K. McDonnell, M. Bauer, J. Trcmontata. 1st Row: B. Chinncry, A. Mustaka, B. Austin, H. Ross. N. Gellcrt. M. Rvan. F. Strelkowski, 2nd Row: ]. Nitt. L. Kerrigan, J. Reynolds, B. Morvan, M. Scheuing, D. Jensen. 3rd Row D. Denmark, S. Gittell, H. Mansfield, C. Kaufmann. -tth Row: A. Nitt, P. Rothcrman. C. Gurkc. 94 ht Row: D. I.Mnylot . M. I ' Mstall. 1. Scrra. M. I.aiiipasoiia. C. D ' Aiiiato. M. Lanza. 2iid Row: O. ' rolcclo. A. Karixii. M. Kusm). D. i ' lLiitaduc-, ( ' .. Stikppi. rd Row: B. Goccld, V. Perkins, A. Olscn. Members: I. Bhinicnfckl. A. Oulirof, E. Krctclimar, H. Lew, N. Newman. C. Salcson. T. Baron, ! ' . Dcr Br irkc. j. C.oklin. L C ' .oklsmifh. F. Gordon. B. Hemian. L. Kay. E. Littcl R. Mostcr, i. Pincluik. C. Riltcr. R. Rnlursttm. L. Sliorin. S. Wcinstcin, M. Barnett. R. Bitinsky, C. Brocknian. II. Cliapraik. 1 ' ,. Orai cn. I ' , k ' ticfckl. . . Fiance. G. Gokkn, G. Katz. A. Levine, . L Levinc. D. Lcvinsolui. V. I ' recilnian. S. Mycrowitz, B. Me .z, P. Nassau, G. Pakw, B. Wein- gard. E. Weincr, E. ' erncr. J. Shorin. 1st Row. H. W ' rosz, D. ' alz, D. Cottrell. J. Gcohcsan. M. Maloncy, L. Cathcrman, D. Kurzius, M. Balletto. 2ncf Row; J. Robinson, H. Olson, A. [ohnson, P. Livingston, J. Hicsenbuttal, C. Howdls, L. Braun. 3rd Row: N. Rosin, P. Heahv, C. Ransom, J. Howell, H. Hoscy, A. Morlath, J. Boos, D. Hartig. 1st Row: M. Stein, J. ' olfram, A. Schubert, C. SchoU. D. Ernenwcin. 2nd Row: R, Carman, D. ' estman. x( Row: K. Kalvin. ]. Marsc. !• " . Pollock, R. Bartiicr. A. Slack. |. IXutsth, R. Nader. L. Simon. n. rrincc. 2rid Roir; G. Wiener. R. Sanders. C. llalbreelit. !■ ' . Reemian, 1. I.evm. J. I.ipp ni.nni. I ' ' . Mevsinycr. I " . Cohen. ird Roir: . . Rosenhert;. I„ Tisliel. R. M;irill. 1 ' ,. Ransom. R. Bodensteni. H. Greenbcrg, li, Ra din. Schwartz. ht Ron-: G. Isola. . . Kellv. P. Kieslint;. N. TifFany, I. . nthony, L. Mackay, M. MacDonald. D. Schcu. 2m Roiv: S. Wright. R. I. nn. I. Krnger. C. Lyncs. E. O ' Conner. R. I ' ancirov . U. Johnson. . . Krug, 1st Roir: S. Boxer. N. Fidelman, M. Cohen, H. Goldring. R. Berlin, Irwin Lazar. D. Goodwin, S. Margolis, L. Surkis, L. Gibson, H. Frciman, M. Nachsin. 2nd Row: 1st Row: C. Buxton, L. Hollander. D. Kuster, G. Murphy. G. Schmidt, R. Cudcnzi. G. Darnellas, M. Jenniver, A. Siff, A. McCormick, J. Schlegle. 2nd Row: «l P ' 1 i . tl i ]st Row. R. Stewart. B. Bucliak, H. Newman, E. Murray, G. Bishop. T. Cunningham, J. Lanskv, B. Omcara. 2nd Row: M. Madden, D. DeUicane, ' B. Lawn, E. Frank, ]. Rheinhart, ' I. Gannon, J. Ruday. 1st Row: J. Guth. H, Hammerschlag. 2nd Row: R. Revnolds, C. Muschle. J. ' ilHams. Srd Row: J. . lbrecht, K. Kane, L. Rapp. P. ' ank, A. Pearce. 99 1st Row: W. OHirok. H. Dalcz, H. McGuigan, C. McGoey, D. Bottjer, R. W ' olniewicz. 2nd Row: W. Seaman. N. O ' Conncll, A. Regan, R. Schreiber, K. Fixin. 1st Row: H. Ra cn, T. McDonald, H. Holt, A. Chisliolm, G. Zurich, A. Zura, W. Jordan, R. Wvgand. 2nd Row: R. Windhorst, H. ' ogts, P. Bohack, B. Scott, R. Wuerth, J. McDonald. 3rd Row: y. Lipnicki, L. Dill. J. Runkle. A. Hess, G. Gulluzzo. 100 1st Row: C. Tufano. M. Orlando. E. Romano. H. Gcrtcs, D. Mulligan, D. Shady, J. Dolce, J. Delia Rocca. 2nd Roir: T. Piazzo. 1 . Kolano. D. Rtusthcr. B. Dcntz. J. Micle, ' . Manns. A. Kunkel. 3rd Row: B. Shields. L. Silkts. R. Pcpe. ht Row: B. Granneman, T. Butticc. F. Moclttr. |. Boyd (Prcs.l. E. Schrocdcr. B. Davis, C. McKcc. 2nd Roir: T. Bailc . B. Donigan. R. Kaiser. E. Chaiida, R. Saurnian, P. Florcr. 101 1st Row: B. MtCabc, A. RothcTmcl. T. Barbaro, J. McGuire, P. Incalcaterra, f. O ' Rourke. 2nd Row: D. Donnelly, B. Lcnimon, J. Krummenacker, B. Cutrera. 1st Row: P. Squiccianni, V. Solmo, B. Powell, K. Andre, B. ' arnola, B. Knodt. 2nd Row: B. Turner, B. Hasselberger, B. Holgerson, D. Carr. Srd Row: L. Shepherd, E. McTernan. lo: .v( (m-: IX SpciicxT. C I ' r.iiKolmi. ). Liiw itim.. M. I ' dikIo. S. SalllKkr . I. Clciiiinist. IX Hiupcx (I ' rcs.). 2m Koir: 1 ' . Wngncr, K. ()«ts. M. I ' rcclid. H. Kitd. D. Manning, 1 ' . MtlXclc. 3Td Row. M. KaiiKii, W. Randbv, A. Ctlla. II. Moss, M. Allcntck, C. Urodcrsoii. I oh: ]. Micle. ht Roir: D. I- ' r(ilx ' . I. C ' IkihiIuis. J. Bmiimi, ]. Makwic , O. Cortaclc. J. I ' olircn. J. Stulxmoll. 2iid Roir; O. CihUIiiIiii. P. HaiiKs, W. RkIhiuKdh, |. rMcilKi). R. Ilaldcs, L. Whittle vJ Ron-: l. Rocli, B. McDonald. G. Morril. |. Barthwitk. I.s( Rou-: B. Borruso. C. Lorcntzcn, R. Alexander, M. Gidgc, B. Feeny, B. ' ipfler, C. Dcvinc. P. Strompf. 2nd Row: A. Douglas. F. Lorresti. D, Fre , I. Doliertv, P. Scgatto. H. DePalnia. 3rd Row. B. W ' cschlcr. W. Lowey, J. Donahue, G. Long, W. Scott, R. Tobiason. Jxings [Point 104 )PORTS Of the jeiv that strain so that many may ac- claim. " . . . Granite 106 X i ' . aAa M MK i A -J5iW • 1, - i:; a n 107 w. omen s Jl. Jt. 1st Row: J. McNaniara. C. Rittcr, N. Fishman, C. Alberts. 2nd Row: D. Rcliill, I. Goldsmith, L. Shonn. Miss Skinner. ird Row: W . cniberg, H. Cohen, J. Golden, B. Cermak. ■ith Row: ]. Shean, I. Sadowski, L. dc Bottari. One of the oldest traditions at Adelphi is the Women ' s Athletic Association. This organiza- tion is an important part of e ery woman ' s life on the campus. Under the capable le adership of Norma Fish- man and the Association ' s ad ' isor, Miss Nolan, a tremendous program of intramural sports and social affairs has been carried out this year. The A.A. is noted for its camping trips, hilarious stu- dent-faculty affairs and an excellent cooperati e spirit with Men ' s A.A. on numerous other func- tions. Archery, badminton, basketball, swimming and tennis are only a few of many sports in which the women participate. Included in their social activities are field day, New Student Picnic and monthly square dances and swimming parties. During 1950-1951 the Men ' s A.A. advanced as they innovated se eral affairs that added to Adclphi ' s athletic and social program. One of these was a successful ictor)- dance following Adelphi ' s football victory over Kings Point. Other new features were the selling of ads in the football programs to finance their cost and the expenses of the association. They also sponsored an annual award which is to be awarded to Long Island ' s outstanding athlete. They once again continued their popular intramural sports program and also co-sponsored the New Student Picnic and Field Day along with the Women ' s A.A. The Men ' s A.A. consists of Robert Corn, Pres.; Dick Kuster. ' ice-Pres.; Tony Piazza, Sec; and Don Ruescher, Treas. The members of the organization expressed their gratitude to Mr. Claude Ruggian for his fine assistance in the capacity of advisor. I Lens yt. Jr. Seated: Tonv Piazza, Don Reuscher, Ilarrv Moss. mg: Bill Neiifcld, Bob Corn. Stand 108 mmltkj $0l0 ytdelphis iQjO-ji cJeam The 1950 edition of the Adelphi College foot- ball team opened the season on the right foot by upsetting Bridgeport Uni ersity by the score of 25-12. The underdog Panthers had to come from behind to win as the Purple Knights from Bridge- port, Conn, scored in the first quarter. Angered by the early touchdown, the Panthers braced, as linebacker Joe Martini broke through to block the try for the extra point. After this Adelphi took complete control of the ball game and dom- inated play until the final whistle. The Panthers ' attack was led by Sanford Saunders, a hard driv- ing fullback, and Pete McDede, who shone both offensively and defensively. Defensively, the Panthers were sparked by Bob " Hooks " Dentz and " Jimbo " Fanning whose fine play at the end was responsible for B.U. ' s fast, pony backfield, when the) ' were unable to shake loose on their patented long end runs. Adelphi ran its ' inning streak to two straight as it rolled over a weak Aggie team by a score of 35-0. The high spirited Aggie team fought hard against the Panthers and it was to their credit that Adelphi left the field at the half, leading by only 7-0. Superior manpower coupled with an inspir- ing performance by Mario Vitelli, who was play- ing witli his left hand in a cast, were responsible for the Brown and Gold scoring twenty points in the second half wliich turned the game into a rout. ' itclli threw a 40- ard touciido A-n pass to " Jimbo " Fanning for tlic game ' s first touchdown, set two other touchdowns with passes and kicked fi e extra points in addition to engineering the Panthers ' second half dri e. The 55-point total for 110 ;f. .f.JIBfci.H •-«Vi 1st Roil ' : J. Tatum, B. Bagonis, P. LaSota, G. Rahas, R. Pepc, S. Goldberg, M. Fonda, A. Kunkcl, R. Piazza. M. ' itclli. 2nd Row: Trainer P. DcPacc, Martens, P. McDede, J. Fanning, E. Lovas, J. Dolce, J. Lawrence. S. Saunders. K. Herrnson, J. Micle. A. Egan, P. Fulton. Srd Row: Coach f. Garrabrandt, Capt. H. Moss, B. Cullem, B. Eitel, G. Finn, Coach J. Cerny, B. Dcntz, 11. N ' ogts. . . MacCormack, C. Tufano, Coach A. Mann. Adelphi as to represent the outstanding offen- si e effort of the )ear. Following their first two ictories, the Pan- thers tra c]cd to Reading. Pennsyhania to tackle the Albright Lions. This was the first meeting of these two schools in any athletic e ent. After the first two minutes of play, Adelphi ' s John Miele, taking a hand-off from Mario ' itelli. sliced off tackle for 70 yards to score Adelphi ' s only touchdown of the game. From this time on the breaks went against the Brown and Gold; pen- alties, intercepted passes, and a poor exhibition of centering enabled the Lions to spring back and romp the Panthers to the tune of 43-6. Only one other time did the Panthers threaten to score. ' itel]i completed a long fonvard pass to Jim Fan- ning on the Lion ' s 30 yard line, but after this the dri e stalled. Team Captain Harry Moss, a Senior, sus- tained a shoulder injury hich kept him out for the rest of the season. A strong, cocky and favored Kings Point team came into Firemen ' s Field at ' alley Stream to tackle the Panthers. Adelphi kicked off to Kings Point: the ' then ran the ball back to the 30 yard line. Three unsuc- cessful line plays found them back to their own 17 yard line. On the fourth down, Pete McDede, taking ad antage of a poor Mariner center, blocked Dick Edwards ' kick on the Kings Point 10 yard line. McDede reco ered the ball on the 2 yard line and went o er the goal line, standing up to draw first blood for Adelphi. ' itelli split the uprights for the extra point. This ended the scoring for Adelphi. A late scoring dri e by Kings Point made the score at the end of the game 9-7. Ill mfmmr i . : ,ytrnold [RJ, er The Panthers, trying to win their fourth game, tackled the strong Arnold Terriers at the Freeport Stadium. Adelphi dominated the play throughout the game, but it was the most costly game to the gridders, because of the icious line play. Joe Martini, the Panthers ' star line backer, Kunkel and Francolini, starring backs, all sus- tained injuries during the contest. The Brown and Gold struck early and quickly. The first play of the game, Vitelli converted the extra point and the Panthers led 7-0. The Terriers struck back quickly and crashed off-tackle to romp 60 yards for their first score. The extra point was missed and the score was 7-6. The game settled down to become a punting contest until John Miele took an Arnold punt on the Panthers ' 48 yard line, and swi el-hipped his way through the entire Arnold team, 52 yards to score. When the final whistle blew, the score was 15-6 in favor of the Panthers. History repeated itself as for the second suc- cessive season an underdog Adelphi eleven suc- cumed to a last half Rider rally. The rain and wind plus the strong Rider bench were responsi- ble for forcing the 20-man Adelphi squad to sub- mit b ' the score of 24-6. The Panthers scored the first touchdown of the game, when the sparkplug of the Brown and Gold line, Paul Fulton, recovered a Rider fumble on the 47 yard line. The play was a pitchout from ' itelli to Saunders who ran wide to the left and flipped a 17-yard pass to Jim Fanning who scam- pered the rest of the way for the T. D. " Jimbo " was aided by Pete McDede, the other Panther end who threw the key block that set him free. It was the second loss of the year for the Panthers, but was the first loss for the team at home in two vears. CJreshman Squad 1st Row. R. DeLeo, D. Spensieri, J. Fedele, D. McAdams, M. Gold, J. Ambrosio. 2nd Row: F. Azzarita, B. Williams, Coach J. Cernv, B. Westgate, H. Anderson. 5rd Row: Coach J. Garrabrandt, R. Scluitte, B. Kennedy, L. Wesser, S, Goldberg, B. Kaucher, Coach A. Mann. 9 g, .g ,.B. ' ' i iMk! -J ii: ■. Francolint Skirts a I lock o I ' i sinus Tacklers U Sinus The Adelphi Panthers completed the season with a 13-6 icton- over Ursinus. Almost the en- tire game was placed in the opponents ' territon. Adelphi kicked off and Ursinus was forced to punt after three unsuccessful line attempts. The Panthers took o er on the Bears ' 48 yard line. Two line plays and a N ' itelli-McDede pass stunned the opponents and the Panthers led 6-0. ' itelli converted and the score was 7-0. Adelphi kicked off and Jack " The Bull " LawTence reco ered a fumble and in four plays the Brown and Gold had their second score. A last second pass scored the only Ursinus touchdown. McDede Grabs a High One h M lJ .f iKUtikcl LyiiL-h Anntnd Knd • i .«i »; ' ;• ,- ' ' ;- ' Kiriui-.- 1 1st Row. 1 — r; Coach B. Altcnburg. S. Diamond, M. Prcschcl, B. Bisca, f. Becker, T. Armata, J. Donahue, Asst. Coach S. Litvinoff, 2nd Row: S. Schniebolk, B. Viault, S. Saunders, D. Man- ning, A. Hess, H. Goetz, L. Graziose, B. Gear is, B. Rosenzeig, B. Plunkett. Varsity {uasketoali 1st Row: N. Marks, L. Dennis, M. Rizzuto, P. White, A. Dc Philhps. 2nd Row: T. Cawalho (Mgr.), A. King, J. Maher, T. Pauli, J. Glynn, C. Ruggian (Coach). CJrosh 115 KMB - ' aiffl taSBBfl Manning Goes for a Rebound Adelphi ' s arsity basket- ball team struggled through the first half of their season to wind up with a fi e and eight record. The erb " struggle " is used beeause e en,- week coach Bill Altenberg ' s squad seemed to change. The first blow came when Barney Shield, the team ' s big man, in- jured his knee and was forced to quit for the season. Then Art Hess, a strong reboundcr and a good scorer, left the team to join Uncle Sam ' s Air Force. Altenberg then lost Stan Diamond through an in- jur} . Finally Bob Rosenzweig, a good all around ball player, had to lea e the team because of the pressure of his Pre-Med studies. The loss of these four plus an injury jinx, which left nobody on the team un- scathed, made winning even fi e games a semi-miracle. Art Hess Taps In Gearns Grabs It Becker ' s Favorite 116 I ' lie team heat Webb. I ' Ort Stliuylcr. Cooper Union. Kings Point and Vcslii a, and lost to St. Francis. Arnold. Bridgeport. Maryland State. Queens, Brooklyn, Wagner and lona. The indi vidnal star of the first half of the season was InirK Larry Graziosc. " Cra " used his big frame and a fine one-hand jump shot to good ad antage, mak- ing liim the team ' s leading scorer. Bill Gearusev . was another standout on the squad, and only his inconsistency prevented him from being cou])lcd with Graziosc. The speed on Altcnbcrg ' s sc|uad was proxided by Mar ' Prcshel and Bob Bisca. a pair of race-horse st lc ball ukncrs. Tony Armata, the only remaining senior on the squad, and Jack Becker were capable pla - makers and outside shots. Two veteran players, Don Manning and Jim Donahue, pro ided the experience to com- bine with the many sophomore ball players. QJ reshman Jjaskctoall Under the able tutelage of Coach Claude Ruggian. the . dclphi i ' Vcshnicn racked up a 7-3 record for the first half of the season. The wins were recorded o er St. Francis, Ft. Schuyler, lona, Brooklyn. Oueens, N.Y.M.A., and Kings Point. Losses were suflFered to the Roshn A. A., a strong L.L club team. St. Peters, and Wagner. The team osercamc the handicaps of losing their number one scorer, h ' rank Kloss. and the loss of two other starting performers. Bob DcLco through an auto- mobile accident, and John Mahr. who v as mo ed up to the arsity. Composing the club was Jack Glen, a 6 ' 3 " transfer from Kings Point. Mai Riz- zuto, Warren Marx, a deadly " set shot " artist. Art De Phillips. George Kosty. Phil White. Art King. " Tass " ' on Pauli and Leslie Dennis. Donahue Sinks a One Hander Graziose J Morty Miiitz ' Carries the Stick in Relax cJracR and leld The outdoor Track and Field campaign of 1950 was one of success mingled with disappoint- ment. Among the highlights of the campaign was the winning of the Metropolitan Small Col- lege Championship meet held at Montclair, N. J. Adelphi won this meet after a tough struggle with two opponents, Montclair State Teachers Col- lege, who had beaten the Panthers previously in their third meet of the season, 75-56, an d Kings Point, the Panther ' s biggest rival. Also on the happier side were dual meet victories against Farleigh-Dickson, Wagner by a lopsided score of 110-21, Brooklyn Poly, and Farfield and lona in a Triangular meet. On the dark side of the ledger was the ending of the longest Adelphi sports win- ning streak. The track squad had a dual meet winning streak of 18 straight victories ended by a strong Brooklyn College squad b}- a score of SOV ' z- 59V ' 2. However, an even more bitter defeat was the losing to the " Dutchmen " in the last event of the " Little Three " championship meet held at Hofstra College. The final results were: Hofstra 641 2, Adelphi 6O1 2, Kings Point 49. Step Down Made It Record Heme 1 3 o L.ro ss C oimfrij ' 9. I lie U)SO X-Cduiitry team eonipiled a record of one dual meet victory (Brooklyn Poly), and three dual meet defeats (Montclair State I ' eaeh- crs, C.C.N.Y., and Kings Point). The team also had a seeond in a triangular meet and a fifth in the Metropolitan Small College Championships. Despite a poor record the season was successful in that it led to the development of two of the finest X-Country runners produced b - Adelphi. Bobby ' lurner and Bill Powell. Turner, who per- haps is better known for his exploits on the base- ball diamond, led the Panthers to the finish line in e en ' meet in wh ch the harriers competed. In addition he established a new school record for the course at ' an Cortlandt Park. Powell, a half miler on the outdoor track team, also broke the previous record and consistently finished see- ond to Turner. Diminutixe Bobby broke the record two weeks in succession. The first time he did it was in winning against Brookhn Poly in the time of 28:53.5. The previous record of 29:53 was established by Powell. In the same meet he too broke the record as he finished second. The fol- lowing week in the Met. Small College Champion- ships Turner established the present school record as he finished fourth in the time of 27:57. The remainder of the arsity squad also did well con- sidering that they were handicapped throuehout the season by injuries. Tliey were Bob Alexander. who rates as one of Adelphi ' s most outstanding and ersatile trackmen, Len Le ine, the squad ' s captain and Art Elliot, the onh- sophomore on the team. Around the Turn Track and Cross Country Squad k M 5iS?SaS? Sf«E?KS -55«s; S S=;« ffi [Basehali Led b the brilliant pitching of veteran Hurler. Dick Kustcr, the 19 SO baseball team finished the season with a record of ten wins and eight defeats. Kuster, who holds the Most Valuable Player Award for 1949 and 1950. pitched the team to a tight 10-6 victon, ' o er Hofstra. This was the first time in the history of athletic relations between the two schools that Adelphi has managed to beat the Dutchmen. With the score tied at 6-6 in the top of the tenth inning. Bill Anderson drove in the run which decided the ball game. Kuster, who ended the season with six wins and three losses, was judged the " Most aluable Player of the Year. " This season Coach Jack Garrabrandt will be faced with the problem of filling the acancies left by the graduation of catcher Phil Bendish and first baseman Bill Anderson. Bill Schady and John Miele are both candidates for the backerup spot. Garrabrandt will build his club around three re- turning infielders; eteran Bob Turner. Dom Delia Rocca, and John Becker, together with an able pitching staff which includes Al Siff, Don Reus- cher, Dick Arnott. and Dick Kuster. The outfield will be handled by George Finn, Ed Bauer, and Mike Caolo. 1st Row; D. Kustcr. S. Diamond. B. Turner. J. Becker. D. Delia Rocca. M. Caoio. ' . A. Tortorici. I G Miele. 2nd Rout Coach J. Garrabrandt. Mgr. G. Finn. D. Scarro. B. Ryan. A. Flanders, R. Eitel G. Galluzzo. Mgr. W. Neufeld. 3rd Row; B. Anderson— Capt.. E. Bauer. D. Rue- scher. A. Siff D. Collins, P. Bendish. B. Dentz. B. Donigan, D. Arnott, W 120 1st Ron- Coach C Ruggian. 1) I kg.in. ). I .itiini, Co-Capt. F. Bargzetti. CoCapt. D. Loughlin, S LitvinofF. D. Kohart. T. Piazza, Mgr. W. Stumpf. 2rid Row: N. Romano, G. Lane, C Francolinc I Fanning. L. Rapp, T. McDonald. E. Scluocdcr, |. McDonald. B. Roberta. yrd Row C Brodcrson B. Corn, J. O ' Rourkc, ]. Lawrence. [. Gntli, D. Devondorf, A. Egan. Xc acrosse For the first time in its short histon, Adel- phi ' s Lacrosse team recorcied a victorious season last spring. Adelphi ' s stickmen disregarded the hindrances of injuries and inehgibles and chalked up a fi e and three record. Led bv Charlie Francolini. Bob Corn and Bud Bargetzi, the panthermen were a well-coordinated, hard-hitting, goal-getting combination heretofore unknown in Adelphi athletics. The squad had no other alternati es but victor,- with the efficient stickhandling of midfield men like Dick " Leroy " Siegal, Ernie " Ernzel " Schroeder, Jack " Tartan " McDonald and " Jimbo " Fanning. Also contributing their dependable services were eterans Irwin Germaise. Sy Lit inoff, Jack Lawrence, Ned Romano, and Jules Guth. Not to be forgotten or unheralded were the team ' s new- comers. Unexpected assets included Jack " Stone- wall " Tatum, Terr.- " Spider " McDonald. George Lane, Lennie Rapp, Don Kohart, Ton Piazza. Pete McDcde and Leo Egan. The addition of last year ' s inehgibles to the now all-powerful squad gives Coach Ruggian li- cense to predict a good season this spring. We The Trinitv 20 3 Yale ' 4 14 R.P.L - 20 Lafavette 23 NLI.T. 10 8 Springfield s 10 Hofstra 14 4 C.C.N.Y. 11 9 [ V5-L3j 92 ran 01 Wimming 1st Row: ]. latum, L. Fuchs, IL Hcinz, F. Maraiida. 2nd Row: ' . Bilnies, B. Cazzazza, Coach NIann, B. Goldman, P. Curmn. Srd Row: G. Cutsogeorge, B. Clark, J. Caola, L. Brody, B. Shahoy. The Adelphi swimming team embarked upon their intercollegiate season with a tough nine-meet schedule. The schedule that faced the " Mermen " was made up of the finest teams competing in the Metropolitan area. The Panthers dropped their first two meets to Brooklyn Poly (56-19) and C.C.N.Y. (45-28). Composing the remainder of the schedule are L.I.U., Pratt, Brooklyn College, Manhattan, Bridgeport, Kings Point and Ford- ham. The individual star of the team was Capt. Don Kramer. Don had to leave the team after the first semester; howe er, before he left he estab- lished a new pool record for the 440 yard freestvle €vent. Kramer set the record mark 5:37.8 in win- ning against C.C.N.Y. After Kramer ' s departure the slack was ex- pected to be taken up by Jack Tatum and Lenny Fuchs. Jack, who swam the 50 yard and the 100 yard freestyle e ent and Fuchs. the 200 yard back stroker and relay man, both consistently finished second in early meets and soon hit their peaks. Other valuable members of the team were George Cutsogeorge, ' incent Bilms, and Dan Hayes. Along with the loss of Kramer, the team also lost Ha3 ' es through graduation and Benny Goldman, through a call from the U.S. Naw. Rounding out the squad were Mike Caolo and Mike Cumin, Fred Miranda, Bob Clark, Mike Cassazza and Stan Lerner. Throughout the season Coach Mann stressed development for the coming year as the bulk of the squad is composed of freshmen and Sophomores. " " f m (Student — C acuity CJun I Light ibveryone aiaa a L ooa QJime 111 w. omen s Sports [Parade 1st Row: B Ccrniak, A. F ' amulatte, |. Shcan, L. DcBotiari, P. Thomas. 2nd Row: C. Alberts, S. Weinberg, I. Goldsmith, Coach S. Weideman, J. McNamara, D. Rehill, J. La Rosa. In the early months of the school year, as you walked from the " R " to the " H, " you could hear the clamoring of sticks, pounding of running feet, and shrill voices of the girl ' s hockey team. Under the capable coaching-eye of Miss Weidemann, the team practiced many long hours. But this prac- tice paid off. The " Beauties " fought through an undefeated season with a record of five wins and no losses playing against the best competition in the area. High scorers Joan McNamara and Selma Weinberg, defense Dot Thomas, and goalie Linda de Bottari were the standouts. Miss de Bottari was honored by being named Captain of the Long Island Hockey Team sponsored by the Long Island Hockey Association. From this, the girls began to run about the hard wood floor pi oting. passing, and shooting to improve their agility on the basketball court. As we go to press, the team is undefeated. N ' eterans Carol Alberts, Joan McNamara, and Selma Wein- berg are definitely scoring threats. A newcomer to the squad, Joan Shean, is the team ' .s high scorer. Swimming and formation swimming are also now taking place. Irene Sadowski, holder of many amateur titles, is the star performer m this activ- ity. ]oan Shean McNamara Sinks a Layup against Hunter Irene Sadowski With the coming of Spring, the Women ' s Softball Team takes to the diamond again, to continue the sports actisitics of the year. This year ' s team, composed mostly of cterans, has high hopes of equalling last season ' s record. Los- ing only one pla er, Bca Toner, through gradua- tion, Coach Skinner is relying on the pitching arm of Sclma Weinberg. On Field Day, in May, an annual exhibition game between the faculty and the girls team takes place. ' atching the antics between the adminis- tration and the students fill the spectators with amazement and amusement. Women ' s sports have indeed gained worthy recognition and have taken an important part of life here at Adelphi. iennis AuYone? Mr. Beck and Joan Shean In a Tussle During Student Faculty Game jBas Let ball Squad 125 onn iam Color Guard and Diane Jordan an d }ilusic Goes Round and Round As the term draws to a close it brings to mind many liumorous and fond memories of the days spent with the band . . . dodging trees on the practice field . . . getting lost in the woods while going to plav a benefit at Pilgrim State Hospital . . . freezing while waiting for Santa Claus in the Arnold Constable parade . . . getting caught in the rain and fog while playing an outdoor concert at Kennedy Memorial Park . . being considered a good luck charm by the members of the football team because the team never lost a game at which the band played ... a twirler getting lost while twirling a sparkler baton at the New York Athletic Club sport night . . . stumbling into a bus half- asleep at six A.M. to go to the Ursinus game, com- Wedding of Jack and Jill 126 " A " for Add phi ing lionic at midnight completely asleep . . . play- ing with an improvised student band m the rain and wind at the Rider game . . . getting loeked out of I ' ecport Stadmm at the Bridgeport game be- cause of a late arrival due to a flat tire . . . Diane Jordan ' s amazement when the groom kissed her after mock wedding formation. ... It also brings to mind the efforts of Frank Lopresti, the hard working student manager, Mr. Harold ' etlauffer, the band director, better known to the band mem- bers as " Prof. " Diane Jordan, the majorettes, the band members, the color guard and all others who were concerned with making the band the success it is today. Memorial Day Parade 127 ,aiiti£f , ■■m saru 1. K.P. at Paulmg Confer- ence. P.S. Feenv Caught It. 2. Varsity Cheer Gang 3. Worms Eye View of Jr. Cheer Gang 4. Joan and Jack with piano and Guitar, enough said 5. M ra — all she wants is a mug of beer for daddy 6. Dean Harley — best apple pie we ever tasted L Ijfi o i l i mHHIIB Publications and Student Government uawaxaamM B BimisaBsmmmm ' God grant liberty only to those who love it, and are always ready to guard and defend it. Daniel Webster 130 Student Jt, ssociation This year under tlic capable aiul eutlmsiastic Icadcrsliip of tlic Student Association co-presi- dents, the I ' Aeeutixc Board of Student Association lias added to its already impressive list of ac- coniplisinnents under the co-ordinated system of goNcrnnient inaugurated last year. Out of the need for a new constitution whicii would unite men ' s and women ' s governments, members of the Executive Board travelled to Pawling, New York to hold a weekend conference at a Y.M.C.A. camp. Hours of discussion in ad- dition to detailed and careful study and planning, interspersed with preparing meals and doing chores comprised an eventful and constructive con- ference. During this conference, the members present finally produced a new document— one which provides for a stronger, more representative type of government for the student body. The constitution shows great promise of being one more step toward the fulfillment of the democratic ideals of self-government and closer cooperation between the students and administration. Another step forward was the creation of the Committee of Presidents. Created in June. 1950. the board consists of the presidents of all groups on campus, student clubs, organizations, fiatcr- nitics and sororities. Any problem pertaining to any of these organizations is discussed by the group and solutions are proposed to tiie Execu- tive Board. This board has perhaps more contact than any other group witii a greater number of students on campus. An innovation in tlic treasury system is now effectively in operation through the efforts of the Executive Board. To insure better placement of student fund, the co-treasurers operate a checking and petty cash system, which is available to indi- vidual clubs and organizations. To receive funds, the treasurers of the organizations are required to submit vouchers signed by the faculty advisor. The Constitution Committee, a standing committee of Student Association, reviewed and recommended changes in every club constitution. The thorough work of this committee has taken more than one year and has required the time and patience of the members of the committee and the clubs. This year Student Association has made great strides toward a more perfect fulfillment of its aims; " . . . to stimulate interest, participation and cooperation in student self-government, and to establish and maintain conditions leading to high scholastic achievement. " J. Tiffanv (Pres.), B. Feenv (Pres.). N. Rosin. C. Foley, Mr. C. H. Moore (Fac. Adv.), N. Storclli, E. Blankmcyer, G. Malito, J. Melvin. A. Johnson, B. Hart, W. Johnson. R. . lexander. A. McConville, J. Saporta, J. Boyd. J. Pohren. W. Rcmscn. N. Kaufman. J. Carlson, M. Biscay. B. Foster. J. Gtfohegan. G. Lane, K. An dre. s. Ji e. 1 nv • ' ■ ' ' R.c v,«dso«. s o n ' ° ' . sw« nd l o " ' - r •i - ' SitUiis. 1st ROW. .a.t H f ' 2nd cKonor [Board Shennan Boxer W J: i uidon Staff The door to tlic I ' ourth Estate Inner Sanctum of Adclphi college is unimpressive enough. But once tlirougli the " Sacred Portals " one is greeted b a deluge of yellow paper flowing rapidly from t pewriters manned b - harrowed reporters to a huge impres- sive brown desk under tlie watcliful eye of editor Sherman Boxer. Bright ])ink walls enclose tlie l)ustling crowd faintly discerned tlirough a lia .e of smoke. More corners seem to be needed for all are filled: a desk, a continually clanging telephone, a " Morgue. " a clothes tree, unclaimed Oracles, a bulletin board— and a radiator which doubles as a seat are all crowded in here. Let ' s follow a reporter on a scoop; A telephone call to the editor, a beckoning finger and a few words to the nearest culprit, a dash to the " A " , a wait. Then " Sorry. Mr. X is not in, see Miss Cue, " finalh- the all awaited inter ie -; back to Mrs. Fijux, Deans Harley and Moore. Then back " home " (the office |. Two type- writers bus -, one not working; a stack of cop ' hurriedly written; a acant typewriter, clanging and banging with the necessar - correc- tions. Then the slow hesitant placing of the final page on the editor ' s desk— a look of approval— a happy sigh of relief; what, another assignment! On Tuesday afternoons nothing short of a minor riot ensues from the " Saered Portal. " Mixed in v -ith final copy is someone ' s lunch, an old glo e or two, some typewriter ribbon and a beat up thumbtack. Each Wednesday promptly after chapel is over. " The Guidon, " tribute and memorial to the week ' s work, is placed in strategic places about the campus to be picked up. read and thrown away in the nearest wastepaper basket with the comment, " Hmmm, prett - good this week. " Wlh " ' " ' ' " 3rdP-o ' 133 nn fflSSB mm 1st Row: C. Singer, E. Silberstein, T. McDonald, B. Matus, V. J. Solmo, E. Klein, S. Rothenberg. 2nd Row: M. J. Rachles, M. Busom, R. Wygand, P. Squicciarini. B. Feeny. igji (cyracL Bill Feeny— Art Editor x.M-;-i° " ' " ' 134 Russ ygand—Co ' l ' ' .diior You Should Know : They had copy in their coffee, Rubber cement for nnistard. Photos mixed witli homework. Dummies all around. Telephones screamed and jangled Typewriters roared back and forth. Sleep was short, eyes were bleary, Gallant crew, tired and weary; Deadline met, thrice but nearly. Thanks The Skippers. " " " ' " • " • ' -co: . ttor Editorial Staff 1st Row: B. I- ' ccny, ' . J. Solmo. P. Sqiiicciarini. 2m Roir; B. Matus, R. ' ygand, M. J. Rachlcs. 135 [PuL yion 1st Row: R. Curne, E. Wallrapp, F. Horowitz, L. Whiton (ED), B. Lawn, N. Occena, L. Bloomberg. 2nd Row: N. Sercrin, L. Kornfdd, B. Baier, H. Liang, D. Rothman, Micky. Pylon is the arena in which the students of Adelphi have an opportunity to develop their crea- tive abilities and learn by objective criticism from others. The editorial board works together with the members to bring out the potentialities of all the students. This publication also caters to potential artists, and good use is made of their tal- ents in the production of illustrations for the pub- lication. The traditional policy of the Pylon is to encourage contributions from all students. That box you see in the librar ' does not contain the " Thing " ; it is a receptacle for Pylon contributions. Pylon has hopes that the present policy may con- tinue and expand. ulandbook Our attracti e!y bound yellow book was dedi- cated to introducing the " Frosh " to the " whys " and " wherefores " of Adelphi. The handy calendar urges all to join in the swing of things and to make each activity a memorable one. To the new " Frosh, " Adelphi becomes a reality as he thumbs through the sections on Student Association, so- rorities, fraternities and athletics. Now, he too will have an active part in the shaping of the Adelphi of tomorrow. Nddd Storelli 136 Religion mm m Boa sBBm Great is truth, fire cannot hum, nor water drown it. " . . . Dumas 138 Coiincti of LKc igioiis C III OS 1st Row: G. Bauer, H. West. B. ipfler, R. Bcrmack, _ l. Squires. G. Downs, E. Pearson Le uic. 2nd Row: G. Rudd, J. There is a definite need for an nndcrstanding of and respect for ditTcrcnt religions. This need has Ix ' en recognized by Adelphi and the Students Christian . ssociation and the InterA ' arsity Chris tian Fellowship have thus been formed. Many Adelphi-Hofstra joint meetings ha e also resulted in successful social events, such as picnics and square dances held on and off campus. Tliese two religious clubs have ser ed to strengthen beliefs already established as well as make new and sound con erts. Because of a definite need for cooperation and coordination between the Religious Clubs at Adelphi. the presidents of these clubs formed the first Council of Religious Clubs last year. Beside its main purpose of co-ordinating the functions of the religious groups, the Council has held three chapels just prior to spring recess, sponsored a book dri e for the World Student Ser ' ice Fund, and is planning inter-club discussion groups in the near future. §v.e.af. 1st Row; R. Reincrs, B. Salzman, J. Squiie, 11. ot. G. Rudd. B. Simpson. Simpson, N. Piatt, A. Tomlinson, R. Rinker. 2nd Rou: M ■.msmamm mmmmmm 1st Row: H Wross, J. Stock, D. McK ' icrnan, G. Bauer, P. Kiesling, M. La Fcmiiia. D. Faddlt. E. Kolbe. 2nd Row: A. Kass, A. Dahm, M. Sena, J. Russo, C. Savage, E. Chanda, J. Morris, N. Krombach, E. Lau. n ewman ( iuv The Newman Club offers to all Catholic stu- dents the opportunity to promote and practice their religious, educational and social interests. Father Hagerty, the chaplain, holds five group dis- cussions on various aspects of Catholicism each Thursday. In addition, there are the regular eve- ning business-social meetings, the Freshman Teas, parties, frequent speakers, and the Annual Adel- phi-Hofstra Newman Ball and the Annual Com- munion Breakfast. It is affiliated with other col- leges and uni ersities through the New York Province and on the national level through the National Newman Club Federation. 140 As a cultural and religious organization, llillcl acts to meet the needs of the Jewish students on campus. Its acti itics are varied, including in- formal discussions of Jewish life, guest speakers from the faculty for Bi-Montlih Town Meetings, and addresses by prominent Rabbis and leaders from the surrovmding communities. Folk danc- ing, socials. Art Programs, films, and the I ' riday Night Oneg Shabbat are a part of the acti c pro- gram. The group also publishes a newspaper. The Annual Chanukah Dance, Passo er Seder, and U.J.A. Variety Show are three Big Yearly E ents. Rabbi Saul Kraft is both friend and ad- visor to the group. aiillel cjoiindation 1st Roll- D Prince, H. Drcvfus, R. Sanders, R. Bermack. Rabb. Kraft M Lcvme, C. Lcssei. M. Biak 2nd Ron ' : E. W ' ciss, L. Schwartz, B. Sloate, N. Lubash, H. Kassoyer, E Tumovsky, R F-ox 3rd Row: S. Schiffman, M. Raehles, A. Kaplan, S. Chercass, Hewitt, N. Spe.gel. 141 mmm oL id he ran eu 1st Row: ]. Nitt, n. Waltmaiiii (Scc ' t.), [. Sciidc, E. Pearson (Pro.;, A, Nitt, A. Schubert (Treas.). 2nd Row: ]. Eilersten, Pastor Klaun (Adviser), J. McGuigan ( Vice-Pres. ) , C. Scholl. Our Lutheran Club on campus is designed to promote closer relations between students of this religious affiliation. Its activities vary from the purely social to discussions on religious questions. As a result of such activities it is hoped that the student will see himself as a part of a larger group and realize the inter-dependence of man on man. It is also hoped that the student will realize the necessity of doing his share, although it may be in a comparatively minor way, in bringing about a better interfaith understanding and respect. In order to promote religious life on Adelphi ' s campus, the Canterbury Club offers to its Episco- pal, Greek and Russian Orthodo.v members and their friends, a varied program including study meetings which ha e informati e talks about the aims and ideals of the Church. Teas and dances, dinners in the spring as well as a religious service and Christmas party, are highlights of the school year. At the Cathedral of the Incarnation, the club holds monthly communion ser ' ices. ht Row: P Oxley, C. Ransom, N. Fink, B. Mae Foster, G. Downs. S. Healv, M. Schauf, M. Tretz. A. Romano. 2nd Row: D. Tenny, I. McAlevey, D. Zoudlik. I. Bovd. W. Hannah, B. ' ialt. R. Alexander, B Wipfler, anterburyi ■ HIPV! ' z ! Hp yPH ' ' ' ' 1 ' ' ' H[v.JHKohHf ■ f l " . hv h t m V B ' lB : M. i ■vf H " J K j H M kW ' l m l pp ' v ' V C H I H|¥ ' S3: l " tw V K y H : V: M B r . i K. - -. f 1 ' W m ' " " V .. iiiMifiBh li ' , Light Fantastic msm " Where studies are forgotten and frivolity reigns supreme. " . . . Granite 144 145 WSSS iWmW - v V " vVj.isv« ' .;w ' f • r y I » ■r »! s r- ' V S r ! L) 4 TV : t..40itiE£ii ;iii% ' ftVA ' r ' At the Essex House ® a aces Myra and ]oe Trip The Light . . . Bob and Dot Stop For a Table Chat lyfJB B K., B Hk H I H ISIif % This car, Adelphi ' s social season w ill be long rcinemhcred for its en- successful dances. The Ho vd Hop introduced the season ( and the " fresh " ) and started a definite trend toward well attended functions. All College Ball, which followed. pro ed that Adel- phians can dress up and still have fun. Shortly afterwards all eyes focused on another dance. This time there was excellent reason for one. A 9-6 victor,- over Kings Point highlighted the football season and a dance of celebration was called for to honor the returning ictors. Frankie Lynn ' s band provided smooth musical background, and another successful e e- ning was added to the growing list. In quick succession came the Snowball, the Panhellenic Ball at the Starlight Roof of the Waldorf Astoria, and the Interfrater- nity Council formal at the Garden City Hotel. All three, again in the tradition of the season, were well-attended, spirited and highly successful events. The Junior Prom and the Senior Ball highlishted the Spring term and the season ended as it had begun— GEORGE! Listening to Claude ' rhornhiU ' s Music Celebrities at the Starlight Roof yill College I Lite ' " " r Feet Faculty Frolics Frosh FoUic; 150 b ' rosh funster 151 c ' , oronty Ski ts Despite the weathermen, the traditional May Day festixities were held. xMthough the gym was not a perfect substitute for the natural beaut ' of Adclphi ' s campus, it did not affect the glamour of our Queen of the Ma ' , Jane Johnson. The processional consisted of the Queen, her court and two lo cly attendants, Betty Ellis and Bar- bara Tomlines. The Sophomore Daisy Chain pre- ceded them. As in previous years, the Queen was crowned by President Eddy. The ceremony was opened with a dance b ' Judy Sobel, entitled " Spirit of Spring. ' ' Another delightful and appropriate dance followed the coronation. The group of " May Dancers " was di- rected b} ' Judy Sobel. The sorority skits composed a larger portion of the entertainment. As part of the theme of " Great Women, " Iota Alpha Pi won first place for their presentation of " ' histler ' s Mother. " Second place was taken by Delta Delta Delta for their theme, " The Statue of Liberty. " " The Old Woman ' ho Lived In a Shoe " gained third place honors for Delta Gamma. Honorable mention went to Kappa Alpha Theta for " Cinderella " and to Phi Mu for their presentation of " Mrs. O ' Leary ' s Cow. " The cups were awarded by Dean Ruth S. Harley at the dance held in the e cning. The difhcult job of judging was done b - Mrs. George Auslander, Chairman of the Metropoli- tan Opera Guild of Long Island; Mrs. George F. Roberts, President of the W omen ' s Forum of Nassau County, and Mr. Frances Rikman, Direc- tor of Music in the Garden Cit - Public Schools. 152 llluj Jane Johnson CroM ' ued Oueen of the May by Dr. Eddv Dais ' Chain v- ' ftki r wiiu i •j4 i.- LtitM ' i AK-.VZ ■fr-wcw— -• W£. o unge Snack Bar How ' bout Mario Lanza No-trunip 1 hunks. 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Alexander, Esther, ' 55; Alumnae Hall Alexander, Janet Kay ' , ' 55 lUO-02 Springfield Blvd., Queens X ' illage, N. Y. Alexander, Robert L., ' 52; 1057 Carroll St., Bklvn.. N. Y. Alexv. Irmgard G., ' 52; 1656 ' est End A c.. New Hvde Park. n: y. Alfino. Ravniond Fred. ' 55; 14 -41 5Sth . ve.. Flushing. N. . Allison. Jean M.. ' 52; 319 Laurel Rd.. ' est Hempstead. N. Y. Alpern. Hale, ' 54; 155 Eastern Pkwv.. Bklvn., N. Y. Alpert. Elane. ' 54; 631 Empire Blvd.. Bklvn.. N. Y. Alpert. Sandra L., ' 54; 1571 Undercliff . vc.. Bronx. N. Y. Altnian. Barbara. ' 51; 68 58 Yellowstone Bhd., Forest Hills. N. Y. .■Mtnian. R. Enid. ' 53; Alumnae Hall . mant. Maude. ' 54; 34-38 Slst St.. Jackson Heights, N. Y. . nibrosio. Michael R.. ' 54; 184-01 143rd Ave., Springfield Gardens, N. Y. Anastasio. Anthony. ' 54; 2141 Mapes Ave.. New York. N. Y. Andersen. Lore J.. ' 52; 164-03 89th Ave.. Jamaica. N. Y. Anderson, Herbert, ' 54; 421 . rgvle Rd.. Bklyn.. N. Y. Anderson. James, ' 52; 144-46 " th Rd.. Kcw Gardens. N. Y. Anderson. Nancv, ' 54; . dvent Tuller School, c o Church of the Ad ent. Westbun-. N. Y. Andre, Keith L., ' 52; Friend ' s Academv. Locust ' allev. N. Y. .Andrew. Marcia. ' 52; 210 Long Ave., Hamburg, N. Y. Andrews. Ruth. ' 53; 330 Felter Ave., HcAvl ett. N. Y. Andrulis. Grace. ' 52; 117-20 259th St.. Elmont. N. Y. .Angus. Ruth, ' 55; 282 ' ellington Rd., Mineola. N. Y. Anthonv. Irene. 53; Alumnae Hall .■ ppel. Diane. ' 55; !3 -41 71st .Ave., Kew Garden Hills, N. Y. .Appclbnuni. Julius J.. ' 53; 1325 Franklin Ave., Bronx 56, N. Y. .Aripotch. Norman. ' 52: 1 5 George St., Babylon. N. Y. .Ark ' . Elinor R., ' 54; 267 Bavnew Ave.. Merrick. N. Y. Arlow. Barbara, ' 54; 640 East 91st St., Bklvn., N. Y. Armel. Paul. ' 54; 250 Cabrini Bhd.. New York. N. Y. Arnott. Richard. ' 55; 3 Harvev Court. Baldwin. N. Y. Aroncliick. Edward M., ' 52; 101-52 115th St.. Richmond Hill. NY. Aronn. Audrcv. ' 54: 125 Dover St.. Bklvn.. N. Y. Aronson. Joan G., ' 54; 1069 E. 24th St.. Bklvn.. N. Y. .Artean. Barbara J.. ' 54- 141-12 " 9th .-W-., Flushing. N. Y. . sch. Roger C, ' 55: 27 Stonehenge Rd., Rockville Centre. N. Y. Aster. Susan R., ' 52; 32 Kensington Rd.. Garden Citv. N. Y. Atanasoff, .Antoinette, Spec; 1255 Ixworth Road. Elmont. N. Y. .Atkins. Anita, ' 55: Gardner Estate, Old W ' estburv. N. Y. Atlas, Sandra H., ' 54; 28 Cow Lane, Great Neck, N. Y. .Vustin. Beatrice L., ' 54; So. Great Neck Rd., Copiague, N. ■ ' . . wenstcrn, .Anita, ' 54; Alumnae Hall . zzarita, Frank, ' 54; Santini Apts. Bacr, A ' iola A.. ' 52; 52 1st .Ave., East Islip, N. Y. Bagheri, Olya, ' 54; 152-40 Sanford Ave., Flushing, N. Y. Bagonis. William F " ., ' 54: Santini .Apts. Bailev. June. ' 54; 5614 A enue J, Bklvn.. N. Y. Bailey, Thomas R., ' 55: 16 Rose St. ' , Islip, N. Y. Baker, Daniel B.. ' 55; 59 Chester .A e.. Stewart Manor. N. Y. Robert H. Baker, ' 52; 115-14 72 Rd.. Forest Hills. N. Y. Balash. ' iniam, ' 54;_528 E. 70th St., New York, N. Y. Balazas. Eugene E., ' 54: Santini .Apts. Balbo. Michael P., ' 52; 21-01 46th St., Long Island Citv, N. Y. Balletto. Marion B., ' 55: 56 Farrel St.. New Hvde Park. N. Y. Ballin. Ins. ' 54: 61-68 Slst St.. Rego Park. N. Y. Balling. Marv .Ann, Spec; 10 " NoUingham Rd., Malverne, N. Y. Ballivian. Jaime B., ' 55: Santini. Building " F " Banks. Burton R.. ' 55; 2121 W ' estburv Court. Bklvn.. N. Y. Banner. Marilyn. ' 54: 5614 15th Ave!, Bklyn.. N. Y. Barbaro. .Anthony, ' 55; 30 Harrison Ave, Oceanside, N. Y. Barnes. .Alexander. ' 52: 19 Chestnut St.. Garden City. N. Y. Barnes. Daniel, ' 55; 77 Hampshire Rd.. Rockville Centre. N. Y. Barnett. Malvnc (F). ' 55; 56 Entrance Rd.. Roslvn Heights, N. Y. ■ _ _ Baron, Sondra. ' 54; 256 Coleridge St., Bklyn.. N. Y. Baron, Thea N., ' 52; 1505 Shakespeare -Ave., Bronx, N. Y. Barrie. Muriel Ann, ' 55; 2254 Namcoke St., Far Rockawav, N. Y. Barrows. Svbil F., ' 55; 144 Broad St., Newark, N. J. (Han-ev Hall t Barrv. John J.. ' 32: 146-35 183rd St., Jamaica, N. Y. Rose Barr -. ■52; 191 Raff .Ave. Mmeola. N. Y. Barth. Cecilv S.. ' 55; 956 69th St., Bklvn.. N. Y. Bartheld. ' illiani E., Spec; 20 Wallace .Ave., Baldwin. N. Y. Battista. Evelvn. ' 55; 11 Flint .Ave., Hempstead. N. Y. Bauer, Betty P.. ' 52; 10 " 5 Mora PL. A ' oodnierc, N. Y. Bauer, Edward E., ' 55; 14 Madison .Ave., Ramsey, N. J. Bauer. Marguerite C, ' 55; 15 " Sherman Ave., Rockville Centre. N. Y. _ _ _ Bauniann. Joan. 52; 34 Kilburn Rd., Garden Citv. N. Y. Bavcr. Adricnne K.. ' 54: 490 A ' est End -Ave.. New York, N. Y. Baver. Robert M.. ' 52; 42 King St.. Floral Park. N. Y. Beard, Ina S., ' 52; Taff Dr., MiUington. N. J. Beandrv. Marvann L.. ■55; 258-29 1 l " th Road. Elmont. N. Y. Beck. George E., ' 54; 215 ' . 88th St.. New York, N. Y. Becker. Elm E.. ' 55; 6735 Ridac Blvd.. Brooklvn 20. N. Y. Becker, John A., ' 54; 132-19 Metropolitan Ave. Richmond Hill. N. Y. Beer, .Arlene D., ' 54; -Alumnae Hall Bcerman. Frances R., ' 55; 1554 E. 10th St., Bklvn., N. Y. Bchnken. Lillian M., Locust St.. Floral Park. N. Y. Beisinger, A ' ' alter .A., ' 54; 215 Madison -A e., Port Chester, N. Y. ' Bcldock, Michael, ' 34; 209 Cedar .Ave.. Hewlett. N. Y. Benes. Svlvia. ' 54: 1 5 " 0 E. 14th St.. Bklyn., N. Y. Bennett. H. Be erl ' . ' 54; .-Mumnac Hall Benson. Clifford. ' 55; 89-18 219th St.. Ouccns A ' ilkigc N. Y. Bcrganiini. Sal atore. ' 54: 40 04 Bowne St.. nushina. N. Y. Berger, Mathilda, ' 54: 1 " Eastern Ave, Bcllerose, N. Y. Bcrkowitz, Barbara. ' 55; 65-44 Saunders St.. Forest Hills, N. Y. Berlin. Richard, ' 52: 490 " cst End Ave, New York. N. Y. Bcrmack. Ruth. ' 52; 45 Strawbcr rv Lane. Roslvn Heights. N. Y. Bcrman. Mar in. ' 54: 1595 Ihiionport Rd.. Bronx, N. Y. ] 6 Bern.,,... RolH-rt. -52: 2064 K. 2-4th St Hklvn N Y. Bcrnli.ud. W.lln M. (Mrst. ' ; ' WnrwKk Rd.. C.rwt Hcrnh;u ' at. Imrid M.. ' v 5 124 th St oods.dc. N. V. lUrclwl . AlKc. Spec. 1 6 Lmdcn StKxt. .HKlnKR-. N V Bcrm.ta . Marion A.. • 4; S-2. r.2ml St.. Ralnnond 11.11. Bernstein, Cvnthia, •=:4; IhSS ScKv n . e.. H " ' ' ' - ' l ■ Ikrnstcin; Kclicc S.. ' S?; 29 W ocxhncrc Bhd . W ..odnicrc. Iknistcin. lanct. T : 22=! Lnicoln PI . Bkhi... N ' Bernstein. Koslvn, ' 54; 61 yona St.. Bkhn.. N. 1. Berrv. llellen. •=;4; .Mninnae IlaU Berson. . liee K.. - 2: Q C,! 22nd St. Bklvn.. N . Berti.md. |oan I ' .. Spee.; ■. I ' .Un Rid c Rd.. Great Nt-ek. N. . Beska. rinllis . .. - 4: 4V46 209tli St.. Bavside. V V. Bessiii. Roberta S.. - 4: 102S K. 14th St.. Bklvn. N. . Bctcs. William D.. ss; 4 Hrowers Lane. Roslyn Heights, Bie ieik-ld. ' ' vi.in. ' s; l " s Beaeh 146th St.. Belle Harbor. Bifuieo. ' Helen S.. ' 54: 6 0 I.imvood St.. Bklyii. N. Y. Bihns. ineent I.. ' 54: 1-5-42 S2nd . ve.. Jainaic i. N. . B.ndlcr. F.Uiot II. ' . ' ' x " 44 Irov .We., .srooklvn . N. . Bird. Dolores . nn. ■ 4; 4 " Daithinouth it.. alley Stream. Birdsall. ' lames. ' H; 253 Denton . e Lynbrook. N Y. Birk. Constance S.. Tx 90 15 6Sth . vx. ' ' orcst Hills N. . Bisea. _Robert A., ' 54: 145 Beach 155rd St.. Belle Harbor, Bitenskv. Roselvn C. -55: 1119 Sage St.. Far Rockaway. N. Y. Bittan. Carol. ' 55; 18 Causeway. Lawrence. N Bittner, Helen K.. ' 52; 102S No. 6th St.. New Hvde Park. Bi enov, Martin. - 4; 932 Hillside . ve.. New Hyde Park. Blake. I ' larold A. Jr.. Spec: 77 Lexington . vc.. Malvcrnc Blankmeycr. Elaine R.. " 52; 2 1 S th St.. lackson Heights. Blanthom. George .Man. Spec: 92-6 " 22Uth St.. Queens ' il- Bloek " Bervl. ' ' 52: 1S2 Seaman . ve., Rockvillc Centre, N. Y. Block. Herbert. ' 55: 444 W. le ' th St Nexv York. N. Y. Blohme. Hcnn- G.. ' 55: 52 Sea ClifF . ve.. Sea Cliff, N. Y. Bloom. Marxin. " 54: 1S2S 49th St.._Bklvn.. N. Y. Bhimberg. Norton G.. ' 55- 82-61 1 2nd St lainaica NY Blumberg. Suzanne L.. ' 52: 4 ilbur Dr.. Great Neck. N Y. Bhith Lois ' 54- 295 So. Wellington Rd.. Garden City. N. 1. Bobker. Anne R.. ' 54; r5 Eastern Pkwv.. Bklvn N. ; _. Bobrow. Gloria. ' 54: 21 Barstow Rd., Great Neck. N. Y. Roccia. Carol. ' 54: 52 North St.. New " i ork. N. Y . Boden. William H.. " 5 : 256 indsor - e.. Rockvillc Centre. Bodenstein. Rita. ' 55: 8544 S ' th St.. Woodhaven N. Y, Bodner niv. ' 52: 99-51 64th . vc.. Forest Hills. N. Y. Boegel, Edward. ' 55: 48 Seaman .-Kvc. Freeport. N. Y . Bohack. Robert H. C. ' 55: 85-06 85th Rd.. Woodhaven -1. N. Y. For Browsers As Well As Buyers ADELPHI COLLEGE BOOKSTORE Bolles. Mill |.. 55; 627 So. 11th St., New Hyde Park, N. Y ' . Bolotiii. Iniiig, ' 54: 221-15 laiiiaiea . ve., Queens X ' lUagc, N. . Bond. Farel M., ' 55; 21U " Bedford . ve.. Bklvn., N. Y. Bonoini. |ovce, " 54; 189-11 Lewiston . vc., St. . lbans, N. Y. Borras, N ' lrgil, ' 55; 42-11 Murray St., Fhishing. N. Y. Borthwick. James D., ' 52; 58 Park Ave., Merrick. N. Y. Bott. Dorothv W., ' 53; 207-05 104th Ave., Bellaire. N, Y. Bott]er, Richard G.. ■■ 5; 64 53 etherole St.. lorest Hills. N. Y. Boxer. I ' ' raneine. ' 54: Ilar cv Hall Boxer. Sherman. ' 52; 11 4 F. 22nd St., Bklyn., N. Y. BoNcc .Mien B.. ' 54; 423 Sumner . ve.. Bklyn., N. Y. Bovd. Robert, ' 54: 2051 Ford St.. Bklyn., N. Y. BonIc, Richard, ' 54; 85-10 125th St., Richmond Hill. N. . Brand, Robert, ' 54; Box 628. Long Beach. .N. 1 . Bradv, Clarence, ' 52; 107-22 Remington St.. [amaica, N. . Bravshaw, Sandra 1., ' 55; 404 Center . ve., belhnore, N. . Breakstone. |ane. " 52: Hards Lane. Lawrence. N. " i . Breakstone. Norman. ' 54: 85 05 Elmhurst .Vve., Llmhurst, N Bregman. Pauline ' 54; 1011 Carroll PL, Bronx, N. Y. Brennan. -Margaret ].. " 52; 81 Harrison St.. Garden City, N. . Brcsaher. Mareia, ' 53; 1411 Foster . ve., Bklyn.. N. Y. Breslow, Bernice E., ' 52; 105 Boerum PL, Bklyn., N. V Brett. Bcrnice (Mrs.), Spec: 192-15 H 67th Ave., Mushing. Brock, Da id R.. ' 53; 6 " Hill Lane, Levittown. N. Y. Brocknian. C nthia. ' 53; 69 Corbin PL, Bklyn.. N. Y. Binder. Barbara. ' 54; 824 Eastern Pkwy,. Bkl n., NY. Brodv. Lawrence. ' 54; 39-61 48th St.. Long Island City, N. 1. Bronaugh. leanne. ' 52; 551 E. 24th St.. Bklyn.. N. Y. Brooks. Barbara ].. ' 54: 21 Manor Lane, Lawrence, N. Y Brooks, Doris, ' 54; 200 Kensington So.. Garden City, N. Y. Broudv, Leanore L.. ' 55: 2280 Andrews . ve.. New lork, N. V. 55 Kilburn Road. Garden City. N. . Browcr. Joanne. ' 55: lO " Bristol St., Bklyn., N. Y. Brown. -Mbert W.. 55; 116-54 226th St.. Cambria Heights, N. Y. Brown Lois . .. ' 52; 15 Washington . ve., Lynbrook. N. ' . Brown, iMarv L., Spec: 18 Stanley St.. Inwood. N. . Brown, Norma, ' 53; 74 Rockawav . vc.. Rockvillc Centre, N Y Bruno William A.. ' 55: 70 Primrose Dr.. New Hyde Park. N Y Brusscl leannc. ' 54: 24 St. Thomas PL. Malvcrne. N. Y. Brvant. Marilvn K.. ' 54; 50 Ph mouth Rd., Rockville Centre. N. Y. Buck. Hammon, ' 54: 254 Clinton Rd.. Garden City. N. Y. Buckv Peter. ' 55; 18U5 Riverside Drive. New ork 54. N. Y. 615 . rdslcv Pollevard Garden Citv. N Y. Budd. Marjorie ].. ' 54: 24 Strafford Rd.. Bklyn.. N. . Buff John C. ' 54; 22 HiUview -- ve.. Port W aslnnatnn. N. v Bullion Paul ' 54: 151 Whii-chall Rlvd.. Garden City. N. ' i . Bufck. ' ( ' illiam. ' 54: 6 " W. Main St.. Oyster Bay, N. Y. Bulgo. Joseph E.. ' 54: 9 " Chatham Pl.,-.West Hempstead. Buhtta. ' ricnrv W.. ' 55; 10 Pine St.. Baldwin. N. Y. Buhock. Stephen ].. ■52; " 4 Libertv . vc. Bkhn.. N. " i . Bumpus. Beverlv. ' 54; .Advent Tuller School. W estbur ' - 1 . Burgbacher. Werner. ' 54; 21--2S 50th - vc.. Bayside. N. Y. Burpee. Donald L.. ' 52; 4549 24-th St.. Little Neck. N Y. Burtis Robert L. ' 54; 12 Fortcsauc . ve.. Occanside. N. . Busom Mi ' hcle L.. ' 55; 55 Willowdale . ve.. Port Washing ton, N. Y. , , . V .• Riitticc Thomas A.. ' 52: 156-08 59th Ave., Flushing. N. Buz William, ' -l- ' ' ' 6 WVirMcl St.. Ridgewood. N. . Bvman. Ruth. ' 54- 2595 Grand . ve.. Bronx. N. Y. Bvrne. John. ' 54; 15! Westminster Rd.. Bklvn.. N. ' . Cahn, Nanc . ' 54: 28 Kilburn Rd., Garden City, N. Y. Caine. Richard. ' 54: 169-10 Gothic Dr.. Jamaica, N. Y. Callan. Patricia. ' 54: 53 Welleslev Rd.. Rockville Centre. N Y Caminiti, Tein " ' - L., ' 52; 219-0 " Merrick Rd.. Springfield Gardens, N. Y. „ „■ , Campbell. Everett J.. ' 54: 1 " S. Maryland . e.. Port W a -h ington, N. Y. 157 " mammm saasaBBammamBmam mimmm Canalc, Dolores, ' 34; Alumnae Hall Canavan, N ' lrginia H., ' 55; 5416 90tli St., Jackson Heights, N. Y. Cangelosi, Anthon (.. ' S5; S4 Bnlwcr PL. Brooklvn N Y Cannon, Barbara E., ' 53; 161 E. 91st St., New York, N Y Canty, Donald (., ' Si; 46-2 " 195 St.. Flushnig, N Y Caolo, Michael. ' 54; 144-60 l " " th St.. Jamaica, N. Y. Caplan, Donald, ' 54; 1593 Moffitt Ave., Hewlett, N. Y Cappiello, Madeline A.. ' 53; 146 Graham Ave., Bklvn., N. Y. Carbanara, Douglas, ' 54; 11 Cantcrburv Rd., Rockvillc Centre N. Y. Carbone, Adrienne, ' 54; 147 Seaman . ve., Baldwin. N. Y Carcano. Charles F., ' 54; 86 14 i:4th St.. Richmond Hill, N. Y. Carlson. Edward J., ' 55; 73-18 52nd Ave. Maspeth. N. Y. Carlson. Janet M., ' 53; 25 Hovvland Rd.. East Rockaway, Carman, Ruth-May, ' 53; 10 Arms Ave., Merrick, N. Y. Carniichael, Helene, ' 54; Harvev Hall Carr, John R., ' 54; 198-04 111th Ave.. St. Albans, N. Y Carroll, Kathleen, ' 54; 160 ' crbena Ave. Floral Park N Y Carroll, Shirlcv. ' 54: 92-50 219th St.. Queens N ' lllage N Y Carson. . nn. ' 52; 126 Whitehall BKd.. Garden Cit N Y Carson. Gerald J., ' 54; 104 Oak Street, Floral Park. iN Y Carstcns. Eleanor L.. ' 55; 111-36 205 St. St. . lbans. N Y Carter. Henr ' . ' 53; 920 Brower Pt. Rd.. Woodmere. N Y ar •alho, Tony, ' 54; 89 6th St., Garden City, N. Y. Casazza. Robert. ' 54; 49 Park A e.. Malvcrne. N. Y. Casey, Louis J., ' 55; 45 Laurel ,- e., Northport. N. Y Cashin. Marilyn. ' 54: 20- Ward Street Ea t Wilhston. N. Y Cassano. Geraldine E., ' 53; 34-05 Linden PI., Flushing. N. Y. Castillo-Lopez Rodolfo. ' 55; San Agustin 559-Arequipa. Peru Santini — Building " F " Castor, Richard G., Spec; 250 Old Countrv Road. Minela, N. Y. Gates. Norman R., ' 55; 107-22 92nd St., Ozone Park, N. Y. Cattani. Joan P.. ' 55: Christian Ave.. So.. Sctauket. N. Y Cella, Anthony. ' 52; 404 Wellington Rd.. Mineola. N. Y. Cermak, Elizabeth A., ' 55; 109 New York Ave., Freeport, Chalfant, Sara E., ' 54; 52 Hollywood Ave., Passapequa, N. Y Ghamberhn, Herbert C.. ' 54; 266 " Heath Ave.. New York 63. N. Y Chambers. John, ' 52; 44 Wesley Ave., Merrick. N. Y Chaprack. Harriet S.. ' 55; 157-15 222nd St.. Laurelton N Y Charnlcy, Herbert W., ' 55; 20 Ogden Ave., East Williston, N. Y. Charnoff. Lorraine. ' 54- " " - i -r-jn ve Bklvn N Y Charvat. John A., ' 53; 10 Moffitt Blvd.. Islip, N Y ' Chen. Kwan-Lin (F), ' 52; 1 Roxbur Rd. So.. Garden Citv N. Y. Chercass. Selma, ' 52; 1636 E. 5th ' ' t.. Bklvn.. N. Y. Chiafari. Maroi, ' 54; 522 Metropolitan Ave.. Bklvn.. N. Y. Childs. Mary-. nne. Spec; 605 . dams Ave.. ' cst Hemn- stcad. N. Y. Chilinqirian. Theodore. N. Y. Chinnery. Barbara N., ' 55; 50 N. Montague St. ' Vallev Stream. N. Y. Chisholm. Alexander J., ' 53; 9462 199th St., Hollis. N Y Chnstnian, Robert W., ' 54; 51 N. Cottage St.. N ' allcv Stream N. Y. Church, Theodora S.. ' 5 5; IS " 14 Pincville - vc.. Springfield Gardens. N. Y. Chutjian, Leon, ' 53; 456 W. 45th St.. New York N Y CicatHli, Lucia V., ' 52; 235 N. Regent St.. Port Chester N. Y. Cipolla. Leonard. ' 54 5S 41 146th St.. Flushing. N. Y. Greenwax Bhd.. Elmont. Macke . e.. Port Washing- Cipollone. ' eronica C., ton. N. Y. Cirillo. Anthonv A.. Spec; 102 09 l()4th c Hollis N Y Clair. Winifred. ' 54; Har ev Hall Clapp, Audre ' . ' 54; 31 Harte St.. Baldwin N Y Clark, Adah, ' 52; 9527 201st St., Hollis. N. Y Clark, Agnes A. (Mrs.), ' 34; 225-20 106 . ve.. Ouccus Vil laqe, N. Y. Clark, Barbara, ' 54- " 2 ' tcnmb ' — t Rd Crc■ N ' - ' k N Y Clarke, Robert F.. ' 55; 89-15 202nd St.. Hollis N Y ' Claso " Frances, ' 54; 460 Ravniond St.. Rockvillc Centre N. Y. Hifton. Patricia L.. ' 55: I-5 William St.. Hempstead. N Y C ' - H Carohn. ' 55; Pilgrim State Hospital. W. Brentwood. Codv. Robert F.. ' 54; 21 o " 5-th St., . storia. . Y. Cohen, Anne-Lee, ' 52; 563 E. 55th St., Bklvn., N. Y. Cohen. Bertram S., ' 53; 259 Central Park West, New York. N. Y. Cohen. Edna G.. ' 33: 14 " 3 Grand Concourse. Bronx 52, N. Y. Cohen, Florence R.. ' 55; 45 Tehama St.. Bkhn., X. Y. Cohen. George M.. ' 55; 165 Dahill Rd.. Brooklvn IS. N Y Cohen. Janice A., ' 55; 305 E. Dover St., Vallev Stream, N. Y. Cohen. Josephine B.. ' 53; 494 E. ISth St.. Bklvn., N. Y. Cohn. Teddv M.. ' 54; 460 Beach 134 St.. Rockawav Park, N. Y. Colbeth. John F.. ' 52; 60 Kilburn Rd.. Garden Citv. N. Y. Cole, Jane I., ' 54: 59 Princeton . ve.. Hewlett. N. V. Collins. Jennv, ' 55; 425 Rncrside Dr., New York 25. N Y 18 " Euston Road South. Garden Citv. N. Y. Collins. J. Richard, ' 54; 24 Dolphin Green, Port Washington. N.Y. Collins. Ravmond F.. ' 55; 69 ' ellington Rd.. M ' cst Hemn stead. N. Y. Colyer. Carol ' 53; 85-23 160th St., Jamaica. N. Y. Conablc. Maude L. (Mrs.), Spec; 221 Manhasset Ave. Manhasset. N. Y. Concannon, Richard. ' 34: 138-21 231st St., Rosedale. N. Y. Conly, Virginia C. ' 52; Centerport. N. Y. Connelly. Patricia A., Spec; 29 Church Rd., Levittown, N. Y. Conner. James M., Spec; 102T2 85th Dr., Richmond Hill IS. N. Y. Connors. Francis R.. ' 54; 235 Kingston A c.. So. Floral Park. N. Y. Conrad. Barbara. ' 55; Riverside Dr., New York 24. N. Y. Cooke. Lester S.. ' 54: Hawfhome Rd.. Sea Cliff. N. Y. Cooperman. Sheila. ' 52: 2100 Westburv Court. Bklvn.. N. Y. Copeland. Gladvs L.. ' 52; 11 Leon Court, Rockvillc Centre, N. Y. Copeland. Rowland H.. ' 54: 51 Essex St.. Carteret, N I Coppo. John. ' 55; 253 W. 12th St.. New York, N. Y. Corwm. James F.. ' 34; 190 Bedell . ve.. Hempstead. N Y Corwm. Lucy. ' 54; 8723 Avenue B, Bklvn.. N. Y. Constunzn. Alfred 1.. ' 55; 105-03 Otis - ve.. Corona. N Y Cottrell. Doris E.. ' 52; 11 Berklev Rd.. Mineola. N. Y. Courtade. Donald E., ' 53; 32 M ' esto er St.. ' allev Stream N. Y. Cowit. Edward. ' 53; 13 53 New York .-Vxe.. Bklvn., N Y Coyne. David. ' 52; " 0-14 112th St.. Forest Hills. N. Y. Crandall. Gertrude M.. ' 55: 52 Mead St.. Hcmostead. N. Y. Craumer. Jean J.. ' 52; 1 " Dogleg Lane, Roslvn Heights, N. Y. 158 WON! Best of Luck to 1952- 1953- 1954-1955 and all the fifties CLASS OF 1951 159 ■ ' .!im iimmmaimeB ss m isi: Crawley, Patricia J., ' 52; 134 Berry Hill Rd., Oyster Bay, N. V. Crcegan. fames. Spec.; 85-11 HSth St.. Jamaica. N. Y. Crcsswell. Lillian E.. ' 52; 13S Kenihvorth PL. Bklyn.. N. Y. Cnfasi. Frank R., ' 55; 1632 Cornelia St.. Ridgewood. N. Y. Crisafi. Francis . .. ' 53; 23 5 " Prospect , e.. New York, N. Y. Critzas. Mave, ' 54; 84 Tottenham Rd.. Lvnbrook. N. Y. Crocker. Robert ' .. ' 54; 225 Steriing PL ' . Bklyn.. N. Y. Crusius, Helga L., ' 54; 225 Crombie St.. Huntington. N. Y. Cuba. Mvrna, ' 15; 245 East ISOth St.. Bronx 5 " , x . Y. 34 Brixton Road. Garden Citv. N. Y. Cuff. Dorothy, ■53_;_ " Ca_thedral Ave., Garden City, N. Y. Cullen. Gertrude, ' 54; 27 Lexington . ve.. Malvernc. N. Y. Cullum. " ilIiam H., ' 53; 2 " French St., Locust ' allcy. N. Y. Curnin, Michael P.. ' 54; Bav . ve.. Halesitc. Huntington. N. Y. Currie. Rose-Ellen, ' 52; 81 Prmccton St.. Williston Park. N. Y. Currier. Mildred, ' 52; Box 394 Third St.. Brentwood. N. Y. Cutino. Roger ].. ' 54; 155 Henry St.. Bklyn.. N. Y. Cutrcra. Bernard P.. Spec; 4 " Hempstead Ave.. Rockville Centre. N. Y. Cutsogeorge, George, ' 54; 83-11 159th St., Jamaica, N. Y. Dahni, . dele H., ' 52; 11 Gabriel -- ve.. Franklin Square, N. Y. Dahdowicz, Stanlev P., ' 52; 2 Glen Keith Rd.. Glen Cove, N. Y. Dallis, Seymour, ' 53; l 2-49 Henly Rd., Jamaica, N. Y. D ' . ndrca, Claire, ' 53; 22 Judson PL, Rockville Centre, N. Y. dWuguste. Guv R., ' 55; 16 Prospect Park S. ' ., Brooklvn 15. N. Y. Dann, Phvllis, ' 53; Alumnae Hall Dantuono. Daniel, ' 54; 57-16 141st St., Flushing. N. Y. Danziger. Sanford, ' 53; 117 Lillian Ave., Freeport, N. Y. Davis, Carol J., ' 54; l " 6-05 90th . ve., Jamaica, N. Y. Davis, Chades H., ' 53; 29 Clifford Court, Malvernc, N. Y. Da is. Frances. ' 54; 6509 99th St.. Forest Hills. N. Y. Dayan. Nelly, ' 52; 505 Blackheath Rd.. Long Beach, N. Y. De .Vngelo, Marie. ' 54; Harvey Hall DcBottari, Linda, ' 52; 6 Longfellow St., Baldwin, N. Y. Decker, Doris, ' 54; 7 Gables Rd., Hicksville. N. Y. Deferrari. Claire L., ' 54; Alumnae Hall Degen. Richard L., ' 53; 32 Elliot Rd., Great Neck, N. Y. Dehncrt. llbert J., ' 55; 91 S 5 5th St.. Brooklvn, N. Y. Deins, Jo Anne, ' 54; 29 S. 18th St., New Hyde Park, N. Y. De Leo. Robert, ' 54; 314 Bawiew . ve.. Inwood. N. Y. Delia Corte. Lawrence. ' 52; ' 653 E. 186th St.. New York, N. Y. Demolat, Seneca M., ' 52; 8604 162nd St., Jamaica. N. Y. DcMott. Lewis J., Spec; St. Giles, Mavfair - ve.. Garden City. N. Y. Dcnenberg. Barbara. ' 54; 13 -33 231st St.. Laurelton. N. Y. Denhoff. Samuel. ' 52; 17 Brook Bridge Rd.. Great Neck, N. Y. Denmark. Dorothv xN. Y. A.. ' 54; 14 5 alton .- ve.. New York. Dennis, Leslie G.. ' 54; 9102 111th St., Richmond Hill, X. Y. Dentz, Robert E., ' 53; 1084 Sanford Ave., Inington, N. J. DePalma. Harold A., ' 54; 8709 Santiago , ve.. Holhs, N. Y. De Phillips, . lfred P., ' 54; 172 Crvstal St.. Bklvn.. N. Y. Der Brucke, Patricia, ' 52; 901 ' ashington .- vc, Bklvn., N. Y. Dercmcr. Robert E.. ' 53;_1 11-44 200th St., St. Albans. N. Y. De Ris. Joan W ' .. ' 53; 25 Pershing Rd., Englewood, N. J. DcStefano. John, ' 54; 14 40 1 61st St., Becchurst, N. Y. Dcutsch. Edwin, ' 54; 4550 40th St., Sunnyside, N. Y. Dexcndorf. Donald A.. ' 54; 600 Ingraham Lane, New Hvde Park, N. Y. Devine. Cornelius R., ' 52; 4 Beech Court. College Point. N. Y. De ' os, Carol L., ' 53; .-Muninae Hall De ' itt, ' illiam M., ' 54; Box 56, R.F.D. 1, Sag Harbor, N. Y. Dia, Sabina NL, ' 34; 22 " Hale . ve.. Bklyn.. N. Y. Dia. Sabina Norma. ' 55; 8S0 S5th St.. Glendale, N. Y. 11 Kensington Rd., Garden City, N. Y. Diamond, Morton. ' 54; 1 " E. 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Y. ■ Domnitz, Rhoda. Spec; 385 Mineola Blvd., Mineola, N. Y. Donahoe, Mary L., ' 52; 183 Bedford .-Ue.. Merrick, N. Y. Donheiscr. ' alter ]., ' 52; 1 " 9 Randall . e., Freeport, N. Y. Donigan. William. ' 53; 164 Carnation . ve.. Floral Park, N. Y. Donnellv. Dan J., ' 53; 19 Jackson Ave.. Rockville Centre, N. y: Donncnfeld. NancN R.. ' 53; 80-40 Leflerts Blvd., Kew Gar- dens. N. Y. Doran. Robert J., ' 55; 15 Harte St., Baldwin. N. Y. Dorando, August C, ' 52; 191-24 Palo . lto Ave.. Hollis, N. Y. Dornellas. George A., ' 52; R.F.D. 4. Foxhurst Rd.. Hunt- ington. N. Y. Dornich. Robert. ' 54; 10 Sherry Hill Lane. Manhasset. N. Y. Dosch. Rose S., Spec; 265 E. Columbia St., Hempstead, N. Y. Doscher. Muriel. ' 4; . lumnae Hall Doughcrtv, Robert M.. Spec; 256-02 Pembroke . ve.. Great Neck. N. Y. Douglas, . ndrew . .. ' 53; 140 24 Mulberrv St., Flushing, N. Y. Downs, George H.. ' 52; 340 N. ' illage . ve.. Rockville Cen- tre. N. Y. Draddv. Terrance O., ' 32; " 501 Ridge Blvd., Bklvn., N. Y. Draizen. Ethel. ' 53; 5502 14th . ve.. Bklvn., N; Y. Drazcn. Barbara . nn. ' 55; 88-04 63rd Dr.. Forest Hills. N. Y. Dubin. Renec O.. ' 53; 2991 Fortesquc . vc.. Occanside, N. Y. Dubin. Roberta. ' 54; 266 Beach 138th St., Belle Harbor, N. Y. Duncan, .-Mfred E., ' 52; 1118 Melrose . ve.. Melrose Park, Pa. Dunckelmann, Edward R.. ' 54; 18 Paul . ve., Baldwin. N. Y. Dunhill, Hugh. ' 54; 1 9 Hill Park . ve.. Great Neck, N. Y. Dunhill, Robert, ' 52; 1 " 9 Hill Park . vc.. Great Neck, N. Y. Dupleix. Joan. ' 54; 42-24 208th St.. Baysidc N. Y. Durage. Alice H.. ' 52; 34 Kensington Rd.. Garden Citv. N. Y. Dver. .Man S.. ' 52; 136-04 " 1st Rd.. Flushing. N. Y. Dwvcr. Peter E., ' 53; 955 Walton . ve.. Bronx. N. Y. Dvon, Charles R., ' 53; 36-19 Bowne St.. Flushing. N. Y. Eckland. Fad Ed.. ' 5 5; 139-25 222nd St.. Laurelton 13, N. Eckstein. Elizabeth. ' 54; 50 E. Beech St., Long Beach, N. Eddy. Mar in. ' 32; 5803 Glenwood Rd.. Bkhn., N. Y. Edelman, June, ' 54; 454 So. First St., Lindcnhurst, N. Y. Eden, Robert, ' 54; 8055 232nd St., Bellerose, N. Y. 160 ZMiA iii!i,JU!ll: imi ■■!y i iiAM l ' ■- EdingcT, Helen G., ' 54; Alumnae Hall Effros, Alan L., ' 52; 108 5 e th Rd., Forest Hills, N. Y. Egan. Austin L., •54; 50S Plainhekl A e.. Floral Park, N. Y. Ehrlicli, Michael, ' 53; 63 Thomas A c., Baldwm, N. Y. Eigcn, Cecilc R., ' 52; 55 Lord Ave., Lawrence, N. Y. Eilerstcn, loan. ' 54; 514 81st St., Bklyn., N. Y. Einson, Barbara. ' 54; 1852 Loring PI., Bronx, N. Y. Eislcr. Ellen R., ' 52; 98-40 64th Ave., Rego Park, N. Y. Eitel, Robert f.. ' 53; 1299 Springfield . vc.. Irvington, N. T. Elbergcr, Leonard, ' 55; 3111 Brighton 1st PL, Bklvn.. N. Y. Elliott. Aithur C. ' 54; 2S Ikikmier St.. New llvdc Park. N. Y. Elliott, Mary, ' 54; 187-39 Sullnan Rd.. St. Albans, N. Y. Elnian, Roslvn M., ' 53; . luninac Hall Engel. Marilvn, ' 54; : ' 41 Henrv Rd., Far Rockawav, N. Y. Engelbert, ' altcr ' ., ' 53; 131 N. Cottage St., ' allcv Stream, N. Y. Ennis, John, ' 54; 4 Wrnon St.. Plain •iew, N. Y. Ephron, Fthel S., ' 54; 303 Burns St., Forest Hills, N. Y. Eppcrhart, William, ' 54; 40 Orchard St., Glen Head, N. Y. Epstein, [anct, " 55; 721 Walton Ave., New York, N. Y. 55 Kilburn Ave., Garden City, N. Y. Epstein, fcanne. ' 54; 319 Feltcr Ave., Woodmcrc, N. Y. Erdheini. Elaine, ' 54; Har e - Hall, N. Y. Erenstoft. Mclvin. ' 54; 152 Tapscott St.. Bklvn., N. Y. Ersfeld, ' illiam, ' 54; 27-27 166th St., Flushing, N. Y. Ertl. William E., ' 54; 258 Archer St.. Frccport, N. Y. Eskehind. Helen. ' 54; 278 So. Brixton Rd., Garden Citv, N. Y. Ester, Donald V., ' 54; 115-112 220th St.. Cambria Heights, N. Y. Evans. Jovce NL, Spec; 12 Hempstead -A e., Rockvillc Centre, N. Y. ■ Evers, Richard E., ' 54; 24 So. Elm St., Hicksville, N. Y. Ewer, Helen, ' 51; 20 Van Sicklin Ave., Floral Park, N. Y. Evckmans, Barbara E., ' 55; 29 Bav Ridge A e., Brooklvn 20, ' N. Y. Falik, Rita, ' 55; 80-47 192 St., Jamaica 3, N. Y. Famulatte, Anna, ' 52; Bayville Rd., Locust " Valley, N. Y. Compliments of THE PANHELLENIC ASSOCIATION Kappa Kappa Gamma Kappa Alpha Theta Delta Gamma Delta Delta Delta Phi Mu Delta Zeta Sigma Kappa Alpha Epsilon Phi Sigma Sigma lota Alpha Pi Phi Delta Fanning, James B., ' 53; 80 Fernwood Ter., Garden City, N. Y. Faranda, Joanne, ' 54; 43-26 52nd St., Woodside, N. Y. Fasolmo. Matthew J., ' 54; Gardner. Ulster Co.. N. Y. Fassler. Carol, ' 54; " 608 N ' leigh PI., Kcw Gardens, N. Y. Fatscas, John J., ' 54; 145-43 8th Ave., Whitestonc, N. Y. Faudree, Joan. ' 54; 15L20 28th Ave., Flushing, N. Y. Fedele, John, ' 54; Santini . pts., Hempstead, N. Y. Fceny, William D.. ' 51; 241-20 S6th Ave., Bellerosc, N. Y. Fcinberg, Jayson G., ' 53; 590 Ocean Ave., Bklyn., N. Y. Fcldman, Carol, ' 54; 42 Buckingham Rd., Rockvillc Centre, N. Y. Fcldman, Thelma, ' 54; . ' lumnac Hall Fellman, Malcom. ' 54; 108 Myrtle Dr., Great Neck, N. Y. Fcnncma, Richard S., ' 54; 22 Shonnard Ave., F ' reeport, N. Y. Fcrbcr, Barbara I., ' 54; 130-07 228th St., Laurclton, N. Y. Fern, Donald G., ' 53; 182-04 80th Dr., Jamaica, N. Y. Fcrrara, Marv. ' 54; 395 Mill Rd., Hewlett. N. Y. Fcrrctti. Anne E., ' 54; 65 Hillside Ave.. Williston Park. N. Y. Fcrrctti. Roma F., ' 53; 222 Marccllus Rd., Mincola, N. Y. Ferzola, Henrv, ' 53; 91-07 108th St., Richmond Hill, N. Y. Feuer, Alice D., ' 52; 219 W. 81st St., New York, N. Y. Fiedler, Simone, ' 52; 9 ■oodIand Rd., ' alley Stream, N. Y. Fielding, Dean A., Spec.; 88-60 ' inchcster Blvd., Bellrose, N. Y. Filncr, Sarah, Spec; 32 Hill Lane. Roshn Heights, N. Y. Finger, Charlotte L.. ' 53; 287 Eastern Ave., Lvnn, Mass. Fink, Nancy, ' 54; 7754 113th St., Forest Hills, N. Y. Finkelstein, Audrev, ' 54; 2375 Ocean Ave., Bklvn., N. Y. Finkle, David, ' 54; 169 Beach 80th St., Rockawav Beach. N. Y. Finn, George, ' 53; Santini .Apts.. East Hempstead, N. Y. Finnan, Nanev A., ' 53; 1040 N. Sixth St., New Hvde Park, N. Y. Fischel, Lois, ' 52; 111-32 76th Ave., Forest Hills, N. Y. Fischetti, Florence M., ' 54; Alumnae Hall Fishkin, Arnold L.. ' 55; 114-20 Queens Blvd., Forest Hills, N Y. Fishkind, Robert, ' 52; 111 No. X ' lUage Ave., Rockvillc Centre, N. Y. Fishlowitz, Joan I., ' 54; 653 Hegeman Ave., Bklvn., N. Y. Fitton. Robert D.. ' 52; 1 1 5 06 201st St., St. Albans, N. Y. Fitzpatrick, Paula M., ' 52; 15 Cobin Dr., Garden Citv, N. Y. Fi.xsen, Carl, 428 Bedford Ave., Bklvn., N. Y. Flackbert, Anita (Mrs.), Spec.; 115 ' est W;ihuit St., Long Beach, N. Y. Flackbert, Anita Yount, Spec: 114 Park Ave., Manhassct. N. Y. Flax, Simone Z., ' 55; 500 Melrose PL, So. Orange, N. J. Flores, Charles P., ' 55; 100-27 196th St., Hollis. N. Y. Florsheim, Helen L., ' 53; 250 Cabrini Blvd., New York, N. Y. Flvnn, Joseph D., ' 53; 214-18 46th Rd., Bavside, N. Y. Fogarty. Herbert, ' 54; 172-30 95rd Ave, Jamaica, N. Y. Folan, Dolores C, ' 55; 41 Hamilton St., Rockvillc Centre, N. Y. Foley. Caroline L., ' 52; Mosefan St.. Franklin Square. N. Y. Folev, Edward, ' 54; 57 Mosefan St., Franklin Square, N. Y. Foley, Richard M., ' 55; 195-15 67th Ave., Flushing, N. Y. Foley, William, ' 54; 261 Union Ave., Lynbrook, N. Y. Fondo, Michael A., ' 53; Santini Apts., East Hempstead, N. Y. Fonrose, Harold, ' 52; 50-05 Broadway, Woodside, N. Y. Forbes, Tanct, ' 54; 2 Ontario Rd., Bellerosc, N. Y. Ford, Wm. McRae, ' 52; 159 Brixton Rd., Garden Citv, N. Y. Fordsman, Ethel C ' 52; 259 Hempstead Ave., Rockvillc Centre. N. Y. Forman, Geraldine, ' 55; 184-07 145rd Ave, Springfield Gar- dens, N. Y. Forrest, Constance, ' 54; 18 Revere Dr., Floral Park, N. Y. Foster, Bettv M., ' 52; 54 So. Hewlett Ave, Merrick, N. Y. Fox, John, Spec; 501 No. 12th St., New Hvde Park, N. Y. Fox, Paula J., ' 53; 470 West End Ave., New York, N. Y. Fox, Phvllis E., ' 55; 901 Avenue H. Brooklvn 30, N. Y. 248 Roxburv Road S.. Garden Cit -. N. Y. Fox. Rita, ' 55; 865 Linden Blvd.. Bklyn.. N. Y. Frana. Martha, ' 55; Calvin .Ave, Syosset, N. Y. Francolini, Charles A., ' 52; 54 Clover Ave, Floral Park, N. Y. Frank, Edwin B., ' 55; 295 Wellington Rd.. Mineola, N. Y. Frank, Enid B., ' 55; 108-45 65th Ave. Forest Hills. N. Y. Frank, Richard B., ' 52; 250 Central Park West, New York Franks, Jov, ' 55; 255 East 22nd St., New York, N. Y. Aluinnae Hall Franz. Audrev. ' 52; 565 DuBois Ave. Valley Stream, N. Y. Frccberg, Ernest F., ' 54; 21808 118th Ave., Cambria Heights, N. Y. 16: THE BEST OF ALL TO " (Mf from THE CLASS OF 1952 K) [ n mmim Freedman, Barbara. ' 54; 429 st Broad va . Ccdarhurst. N. Y. Freeman. Jerome, ' 54; 8727 20th Ave., Bklyn., N. Y. Freitag. John D., ' 53; 127 Hampshire Rd.. Great Neck. N. Y. Frev. Donald F., ' 52; 86-82 Midland Pkwv.. )amaica. N. Y. Frev. Richard F.. ' 54; 82-75 8Sth PL. Glcndalc. N. Y. Fridcrichs. Manrcen A.. ' 53; 425 First St.. Mincola. N. Y. Fried. Renee. ' 53; 819 115th St.. College Point. N. Y. Friedlieb. Bertram. ' 54; 143S Gipsom St.. Far Rockaway, N. Y. Friedman. Barbara A.. 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Doris E.. ' 53; 3 " 3 Mineola Blvd., Mineola, N. Y. Ginsberg. Barbara. ' 55; 434 Legion St., Brooklvn 12, N. Y. Girolamo. Cine. ' 54; 128-10 18th Ave.. College Point. N. Y. Githn. Marilvn. ' 54; 9 Parksidc Dr.. Great Neck, N. Y. GitUn. Saul. ' 53; 1035 Gipson St.. Far Rockawav. N. Y. Gittell. Shellev J.. ' 53; 2133 E, 78th St.. Bklvn., N. Y. Glass. Phyllis. ' 54; Alumnae Hall Glassberg. Barbara. ' 54; 44 Scalv Dr.. Lawrence, N. Y. Glasser. Phyllis S.. ' 53; 95-01 242nd St.. Bellerose. N. Y. Glassnian. Nlignon. ' 54; 67-70 Yellowstone Blvd., Forest Hills, N. Y. Glickstein. Hclainc. ' 54; " 5 ' cst Mosholu Pkwy., New York, N. Y. Cluck, Marilvn J.. ' 52; 1123 E. 23rd St.. Bklvn.. N. Y. Glvnn. John P.. ' 54; 22 Lanie Ct.. Carle Place. N. Y. Godduhn. Donald E.. ' 53; 8014 Springfield Blvd.. Queens Village. N. Y. Goedel. Barbara, ' 54; 111-14 ■ " 6th Ave., Forest Hills. N. Y. Goetze. John H.. ' 54; 124 Caroline Ave., Franklin Square, N. Y. Golann. Alan ].. ' 52; 84-51 Beverlv Rd.. 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Y. Goldsmith, Irene, ' 53; 130 Centre Ave., New Rochelle, N. Y. Goldstein, Barbara, ' 54; 261 Central Ave., Lawrence, N. Y. Goldstein. Barbara M.. ' 53: 98-34 63rd Dr.. Rego Park. N. Y. Goldstein. Mark E.. ' 53; 172-81 Henley Rd.. Jamaica. N. Y. Goldstein. Paul B.. ' 54; 544 Fort Washmgton Ave.. New- York. N. Y. Golub. Audrey A.. ' _5__2; 1438 Eastern Pkwy., Bklyn.. N. Y. Goodstein. Gerald. ' 54; 51 Margaret Ave.. Lawrence. N. Y. Goodwin. Donald. ' 53; 57 Lckuni Ave.. Aniitvville. N. Y. Gooszen, Henn C, ' 53; 1876 Blv Rd., East Kleadow, N. Y. Gordon, Florence, ' 52; 101 Wright Rd., Rockville Centre, N. Y. Gordon, Harryette, ' 54: Har ey Hall Gordon, Joan, ' 54; 360 Plvmouth St., West Hempstead, N. Y. Gordon. Joan L., ' 53; 50 Nassau Blvd., Malverne, N. Y. Gordon, Stanlev. ' 53; 484 Adams Ave., West Hempstead. N. Y. Gordon, Susan J.. ' 54; 67 Nottingham Rd.. Rockville Centre. N. Y. Gordy, Maureen L., ' 54; 174 W. 76th St., New York, N. Y. Gorman, Kenneth J., ' 52; 40 School St., Malverne, N. Y. Gosling. Norma L., ' 53; 185-02 Murdoch Ave.. St. Albans. N. Y. Gottsfcld. Joan. ' 53; 534 E. Park Ave., Long Beach, N. Y. Gottesman. Helen. ' 54; Har ev Hall Gottlieb. Jerome. ' 52; 1201 E. ' 21st St.. Bklyn.. N. Y. Gould, Joan, ' 54; 2160 Walton Ave., Bronx, N. Y ' . ALEX TAYLOR CO.. INC. 22 East 42nd Street New York 17, N. Y. ATHLETIC OUTFIHERS FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS Gymnasium Suits; Field Hockey Tunics and Shoes; English and Indian hlockey Sticks; Flannel and Shetland Blazers: Authentic Equipment for all Sports. Grace. Barbara A., Spec; 12 Highland . ve., Roslvn Heights, N. Y. Graf, Evelyn C, ' 52; 5 Monfort Rd., Port Washington, N. Y. Granneman, ' illiani E.. ' 52; 44 Bingham Circle. Manhasset, N. Y. Graver, Marv A., ' 52; 23 Foster PL. Hempstead. N. Y. Grav, Joan, ' 54: 33 Eustin St., Garden Citv, N. Y. Gray. Madeleine L.. ' 55; 65-4 " 1 " 3 St.. Flushing. N. Y. Grav. Roberta W.. ' 55; 63 Shonnard Ave.. Freeport. N. Y. 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Hall, Brian R., ' 53; 2747 E. 26th Street, Brooklvn, N. Y. Hall, Donald. ' 54; 6143 81st Street. Middle ' illage. N. Y. Hall. Richard F.. ' 53; 35-69 168th Street. Flushing, N. Y. Hammel. Randall. ' 54; 130 Willow St.. Garden Citv. N. Y. N, Y. Haninierling. Elizabeth, ' 5 5; 44 ' . 44th St.. New York IS, N. Y. Handlev, Elizabeth J., ' 52; N. Highland Ave., Pearl River, N. Y. Hankoff, Norman, ' 55; 72-31 Juno St., Forest Hills. N. Y. Hannah. ' elleslev, ' 54: 17 Foxcroft Rd.. Rockville Centre, N. Y. Hans, Barbara, ' 54: Hans Blvd.. Lake Ronkonkoma, N. Y. Hansen. Karen. ' 54: 211-23 93rd - ve.. Queens Village. N. Y. Harberg. Frederick J., ' 53; 213-38 40th Ave, Bavsidc N. Y. Harder. Connnc M.. ' 55; 65-31 ISlst St.. Flushing. N. Y. Hargrave. Mary G.. ' 52; 107 Kellogg Street, Oyster Bav, N. Y. IIargro e. Joseph L.. ' 52; Lido Housing Apt. G4. Long Beach. N. Y. Harkav . Barbara E., Harkins. Patricia M., ' 55; 10 ' N. Y. Harris, David, ' 54: Petite PI.. Glen Cove. N. Y. Harris. Man-. 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Heinrich, Marion J., ' 53; 9106 9th Street. Woodhaven. N. Y. Heins, Wesley, ' 53; 23 Blue Spruce Rd.. Le ittown. N. Y. Heissenbuttel, Jovce A.. ' 53; 4 " Orchard Meadow Rd.. Willis- ton, N. Y. Heller. Stuart L., ' 52; 240 Central Park South, New York. N. Y. Helm. Edward J.. Spec; 51 ' inifred Dr., Merrick, N. Y. Helman, Ruth, ' 54; 192 Kensington Rd. So., Garden Citv. N. Y. Henshel. Carol E., ' 52; 345 De Mott Me.. Rock ilIc Centre, N. Y. Herberger, Eloise R., N. Y. Herman. Betsv P.. ' 5i N. Y. Herman. Beverly, ' 52; 15 Crown Street. Brooklyn, N. Y. He rman, Howard, ' 54: 223 Piccadillv Downs, Lvnbrook, N. Y. Herman, Leon, ' 52; " 0 28 Kessel St.. Forest Hills, N. Y. Herman, Marilyn H.. ' 53; 84-49 168th Street. Jamaica, N. Y. Herman. Richard. ' 53; 329 E. Chester Street. Long Beach. N. Y. Hermanowski, John F., ' 54; 205 Hanard Street, Hempstead. N. Y. Heron. Man- R.. Spec; 233 Parkside Dr.. Roslvn. N. Y. Herrmann. Edwin. ' 54; 1450 1 5 " th Street. Beechhurst, N. Y. Hcrrnson. Kenneth C, ' 52; 3525 Perrv Ave.. Bronx. N. Y. Herschman. Ruth,_ ' 53; 925 Prospect Pi ' .. Brooklyn, N. Y. Hersh. Charles, ' 54; 16-13 Jamaica Ave., Richmond Hill, N. Y. Hess, Arthur H., ' 54; Santini Apts.. East Hempstead. N. Y. Hess, John, ' 54; 162 S. Brixton Rd.. Garden Citv, N. Y. Hewitt, Joan, ' 54; 391 Eastwood Rd.. Woodmere. N. Y. 52; 3805 Clarendon Rd.. Brooklyn. 52 Roxburv Rd.. Port Washington. Heyman, Renee. ' 52; 1 Knightsbridge Rd.. Great Neck. N. Y. Lliggins, Charles. ' 54; 62 Vernon Ave.. Rockville Centre. N. Y. Higgins, Thomas. ' 53; 45 Harvard Street. Roslvn. X. Y. Hill, Muriel C, ' 54; 67-71 Yellowstone Blvd., Forest Hills. N. Y. Hirsch. Carol L., ' 54: Har ey Hall Hirsh. Eleanor D.. ' 52; 384 Eastwood Rd.. ' oodmere, X. Y. X. Y. Hirsh. Lois M. ' 54; 4 " 0 ' est End . ve.. New York, N. Y. Hirshberger, Lora, ' 52; 111-39 76th Rd., Forest Hills. N. Y. Hirshom, Bruce. ' 54; 39 Cornwells Beach PL, Sands Pt., N. Y. Hirsimaki. Greta S., ' 53; 9229 Shore Rd.. Brooklvn, N. Y. Hitter. Marilvn. ' 54; 85-44 212th St.. Queens X ' lUage, N. Y. Hodc;c. Lucille A.. ' 53; 4539 194th Street. Flushing. N. Y. Hodgskin. j. Tucker, ' 53; 261 Lakeview . ve.. Rockville Cen- tre. N. Y. Hoelle. Ernest, ' 52; 8 " Elton Rd.. Stuart Manor, N. Y. Hoffer. Richard. ' 54: 215 Ridge . ve.. ' allev Stream. N. Y. Hoffman. Dorothy F.. ' 52; Phelps Lane. Babylon. N. Y. Hoffman. Howard E.. Spec; 29 Doughtv Bl d.. Lawrence. N. Y. Hoffman. Jay, ' 53: 15 Percheron Lane, Roslvn, N. Y. Hoffman, Lillian. ' 54; 192 Kensington Rd. So.. Garden City, N. Y. Hoge, Thomas R.. ' 53; 527 W. 110th Street. New York. N. Y. Hoins. Charles ' .. Spec; 33 Grecnbriar La.. Port " ashine- ton. X. Y. Holgerson. Robert. ' 53; 167 Milburn . ve., Baldwin, N. Y. Holub. Carl. ' 54; 51 E. 98th Street. X. Y. Holzer. Elizabeth. ' 54; Harney Hall Honig. Carole. ' 54; 163 Brompton Rd.. Garden City, N. Y. Horn. Xancv. ' 54; 182-26 . von Rd.. Jamaica. N. Y. Horowitz. Roger, ' 54; 112-19 69th Ave., Forest Hills, N. Y. Honvitz. Harold. ' 54; 4 Circle Dr. E.. Baldwin. N. Y. Hosev. Helen J., ' 52; 55 Woodland . ve., Rockville Centre, N. Y. Howard. Roberta. ' 54: 22 Edward Street, Baldwin, N. Y. Howell. Joan L., ' 53; 150 Rocklyn . ve.. Lvnbrook. N. Y. Howells. Cvnthis L.. ' 53; 33 Newkirk Ave., East Rockawav, N. Y. ' Howells, Gordon T.. ' 54; 850 E. 37th Street, Brooklvn, N. Y. Hsu. Jo ce. ' 54: 5 Linden Blvd.. Great Neck. N Y Hub. Howard D.. ' 53; 193-08 109th .-Uc. Hollis, X. Y. Hudgins. Rose. ' 34; 6- Rockwvood Rd.. Manhasset. X. Y. Hughes. John O., ' 52; 39 Yale Rd.. Garden Citv. X. Y. Humphreys. Muriel L.. ' 52; 11 Danwood Rd., Port Wash- ington. X. Y. Hurtado. Carlos, ' 32; Santini . Dts.. East Hempstead. X. Y. Hurwitz. Daniel. ' 53; 8905 148th Street, Jamaica, X. Y. Huschle. David V., ' 33; 233 Dover Rd.. Manhasset, X. Y Kt m Ihi- L Ignatios. Peggv. ' 54; 105-40 63rd Rd.. Forest Hills. X. Y. Ingo-jlio. Rovert V.. ' 55; 986 North " th St.. Xew Hvde Park, X. Y. Ingram, Elliot, ' 53; 93 Mill River .Vc.. Lynbrook. X. Y. Isacowitz. Ri a J.. ' 54: 55 Merrill Dr.. Lawrence. X. Y. Jablonski. Jeanne T.. ' 52; 196 xMason Dr., Manhasset, X. Y. Jackman. Dolores T., ' 52; 149-31 Delaware Ave., Flushing. X. Y. ackson. Barbara. ' 52; 1 6 Xassau Rd.. Huntington. X. Y. ackson. Charles R., ' 53: 20 Culver Street, Yonkers. X. Y. acobs. Phvllis, ' 53; 11 Wedgewood Lane. Lawrence. N. Y. acobs. Robert A., ' 54; 1 56 49th Street. Brooklyn, X. Y. acobson. Eugene D.. Spec; 104 Ridge Lane. Le ittown. X. Y. acobson. Herbert. ' 52; 48 ' eider St.. Fafniingdale. X. Y. acobson, Morton. ' 54: 42 Polo Rd.. Great Xcck, X. Y. acobson, Suzanne. ' 53: 184-08 Midland Pkwy., Jamaica Ests., N. Y. lacgcr. Clairenore. ' 53; 82-65 61st Rd.. Elmhurst. N. Y. Jaeger. Ro -. ' 54; 84 Wcstfield . e.. Roosevelt. N. Y. Jaenithen. Dorothea. ' 54: P4 Mavfair - ve.. Floral Park. N. Y. jaffin. Moira. ' 53: 120 Washington St.. E. Orange. N. J. Jakob. ' illiam T.. ' 54; 66 W. Do er St.. " allcv Stream, N. Y. 168 TiJcci R O A R Tom THE CLASS OF 1954 169 larry. ' irginia, ' 54: 1 " August Lane, Lexittown. N. Y. Janis. Jovce. ' 54; 10 Henncssv P).. Inington. N. J. lenkiii. Janet. ' 54; 731 5 194th St.. Flushing. N. Y. Jensen. Dorothy H., ' 52; 622 Bergen St.. Bklvn.. N. Y. Jessuni. Richard. ' 55; 140- 5 Burden Crescent. Jamaica. N. Y. Jcwett. Marjorie. ' 52; 4 Nassau Bl d., Garden Citv. N. Y. Johansen, Robert G.. ' 53; 90-lS 211th St., Oueens ' illage, N, Y. Johns. Lois M.. " 52; 90-15 211th St.. Oueens Village. N. Y. Johnson, . lice F., ' 53; 201 Earl St., E. Williston. N. Y. Johnson. Eunice M., ' 54; 10 " Wickham Rd., Garden Citv, N. Y. Johnson. Ruth. ' 54; 81 Union St., Vallev Stream. N. Y. Johnson, Walter H.. ' 53: 81 " Pine Place. Bellmore, N. Y. Johnston, Martin, ' 54; 6 " -32 lS4th St., Rushing, N. Y. Jones. James. ' 53; 65 Milford St.. Bklvn., N. Y Jones, Mollv T., ' 53; 30 Watts PL, Lvnbrook. N. Y. Jones. Nona M.. ' 55; 141-02 " 2nd . vc., Kew Garden Hills, N. Y. Jordan. Charles A ' .. ' 54; S3 Ne«- York . ve.. Frccport. N. Y. Jordan. Diane, ' 54; S3 New York A e.. Frccport, N. Y. Jordan. Donnell. ' 54; 643 Concord . ve.. ■illiston Park, N. Y. Jordan, ' illiam ].. ' 52; 643 Concord Ave.. ' illiston Park. Tordon. Charles. ' 55; 83 New York Ave.. Freeport, N Y Judd. Beryl E.. ' 52; 144-33 Charter Rd., Jamaica, N, Y. Kagan, Patt L.. ' 54; 20 Linford Rd.. Great Neck. N. Y. K ' ahan. Sondra Gail. ' 55; 150 Crown St.. Brooklvn 25 N Y Kahrs. Richard. ' 54; 2114 21st St.. Long Island Citv, N. Y. Kauc. Fortuna L.. ' 54; Hanev Hall Kaiser, John, ' 54; 221 N. Bedford . ve.. Bellmore N Y Kaiser, Richard C ' 53: 129 Noble St.. Bklvn., N. Y Kamcn. McKin. ' 53; 138-05 Rockawav Beach Rd., Belle Har- bor, N. Y. Kamlet. Bert. ' 53; 24 Beechwood Dr.. Lawrence. N. Y. Helneman ' s Bowling Centre, Inc. 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' 53; 836 Ibson St., Woodmere, N. Y. Krumenacker, John H., ' 53; 67 Huron Rd., Bellerose, N. Y. Krumhausen. Joan V., ' 53; 84 Page Rd.. Vallev Stream, N. Y. Kuehn, Frank H., ' 53; 279 Woodbine St., Bklyn., N. Y. Kuhck. Isabel R.. ' 55; 9410 64th Rd., Forest Hills, N. Y. Kulow. Florence, ' 54; 116-12 204th St., St. Albans, N. Y. Kump. Doris J., 60-67 Putnam Ave.. Ridgewood, N. Y. Kunin. Jovce. ' 54; 71-36 110th St., Forest Hills, N. Y. Kunkel, Andrew J., ' 52; 107-47 87th St., Ozone Park, N. Y. Kurthv. Alexander L., ' 53 ; 9303 202nd St., Hollis. N. Y. Kuskin, Charles, ' 54; 209 Ocean Ave., Bklyn.. N. Y. Kutno. Anita. ' 54; 1749 Grand Concourse, New York, N. Y. Kuttler. Stanlcv, ' 55; 320 Central Park West. New York 24. N. Y. LaBadia, Josephine, ' 54; 921 E. 221st St.. Bron.x. N. Y. La Bella, Joseph, ' 53; 22 N. Grove St., Freeport. N. Y. La Bohm, Albert, Spec; 508 Nassau St., Bellmore. N. Y. LaBohm, Albert J., ' 3 5; 508 Nassau St., Bellemore. N. Y. Lacv, Harvev. ' 54; 15 Beach Rd.. Great Neck, N. Y. Ladd, .Arthur, ' 54; 46 Reid Ave., Rockville Centre, N._ Y. Lamar, ' I ' liomas, ' 54; 26 Superior Rd., Bellerose, N. Y. Lamattma, Pasqual, ' 55; 108 Marguerite Axe., Elmont. N. Y. Lamberson, John, ' 52; 187 Prospect Ave., Sea Cliff, N. Y. Lanibertine, Joan V., ' 54; 181-33 Kruger . ve.. Jamaica, N. Y. Lampathakis, Kynakos, ' 54; 159 Brompton Rd., Garden City, N. Y. Lande, Joell (F.), ' 54; 5 Whitehall Blvd., Garden City, N. Y, Lane, Clair E., ' 53; 83-27 Parsons Blvd., Jamaica, N. Y._ Lane. George P., ' 52; 95 E. Seaman Ave., Freeport. N. Y. Langer. Susanne. ' 52; 239 Ocean Ave., Bklyn., N. Y. Langlotz, Dorothea C, ' 52; 282 Central Ave., Valley Stream N.Y. Langbort. PoUv, ' 55; 25 Corbin PL, Brooklvn, N. Y. Harvev HalL Langsam, Eugene A., ' 55; 145 Beach 131st St.. Belle Harbor N. Y. Lanskv, Jerry, ' 52; 8761 133rd St., Richmond Hill, N. Y. Lanza, Marie D., ' 53; 51 Ackley Ave.. Malverne, N. Y. La Pierre. Marilvn D., ' 54; 78 Covert A e., Elmont, N. Y. La Poff, PhvUis, Spec; 600 Park Ave, Paterson, N. J. LaPoff. Phvllis. ' 55; 600 Park Ave.. Paterson, N. J. 55 Kilburn Rd., Garden City, N. Y. Larijani. NassroUah, ' 53; Santini Apts., East Hempstead, N. Y La Rosa, Josephine, ' 54; 395 Nassau Ave., Manhasset, N. Y. Larsen. Marilynn D., ' 52; 7021 Colonial Rd., Bklyn.. N. Y. La Sota, Peter E., ' 54; 65 Midland Ave, Wvckoff. N. J. Laster. Chadotte, ' 54; 20- ' 0 84th St., Bklyn., N. Y. La Terza. Alfred. Spec. 4S Ribbon St.. Franklin Square Lau. Evelyn T., ' 53; 42 Ward St., Floral Park, N. Y. Lau. Louise. ' 52; 440 Rockavvay Pkwv., Bklvn., N. Y. Laucks, Olive, ' 54; 99 East St.. Hicksvillc. N. Y. Laufer, Jerome, ' 54; 315 Beach 31st St.. Far Rockaway N. Y. N. Y. Laurentie, Chantal (F.), Spec; 122 82nd Rd., Kew Gardens, NY. Lawrence. Jack. ' 53; 102-40 67th Dr.. Forest Hills, N. Y. Lawrence, Patricia, ' 54; 163-56 25th Ave, Flushing, N. Y. Lazarus, Nlarilvn, 55; 41 Kew Gardens Rd., Kew Gardens 15, N. Y. Leahy, Ann P., ' 53; 166 Trinitv PL. W. Hempstead, N. Y. Leblang. Lonnie (F), ' 55; 73-20 Austin St., Forest Hills, N. Y. Lebowitz, Anne, Spec; 12 Hill Lane, Roslvn Heights, N. Y. Lebson, Martin A., ' 52; 255 Cabrini Blvd.. New York, N. Y. Lederman, Arthur, ' 54; 6651 Booth St.. Forest Hills. N. Y. Lederman. Stanlcv. ' 53; 7 W. 81st St.. New York. N. Y. Lee, Joan, ' 32; 85 Buckingham PL, Lvnbrook, N. Y. Lee. Lily Kuo-Li. ' 43; 617 W. 113th St.. New York 23, N. Y. Alumnae Hall Lee. Richard A., ' 53; 67 Grace Ave.. Great Neck. N. Y. Legg. Jean H.. ' 53; 82 Maple Dr., New Hyde Park, N. Y. Leggctt, John A.. Spec; 49 Lexington Ave., Malverne. N. Y. Leggett, John A., ' 3; 127 17th Ave, Sea Cliff. N. Y. LeGouis, Claude A.. ' 53; 18 Cedar Dr.. Great Neck. N. Y. Lehman, Jovce S.. ' 52; 1343 50th St., Bklyn.. N. Y. Lehman, Sandra, ' 54; 321 Lewis Ave. Woodmere, N. ' . Leib, Francis Sina, ' 55; 209-46 Whitehall Ter.. Hollis ■:, NY. Lcider. Barbara N., Spec; 99 34 6 " th Rd.. Forest Hills. N. Y. Lcit Phvllis, ' 54; 8106 190th St., Jamaica. N. Y. Lemmon, William G.. ' 52; 30 Aspen St., Floral Park. N. Y. Lcrch, Phvllis, ' 53; 36 W. Dean St., Freeport. N. Y. Lerner, Ariene L., ' 54; 175 Harrison Ave, Franklin Square. NY. Lerner, Stanlev, ' 54; 468 Chester St.. Bklvn.. N. Y. Lesko, Phvllis. ' ' 54; 117 Kent St.. Bklvn., N. Y. Lessen. Rosellen. ' 53; 176-26 80th Dr.. Jamaica, N. Y. Lesser. Carole, ' 54; 8102 190th St.. Jamaica, N. Y. Lesser, Carolyn, ' 52; 2301 Avenue O, Bklyn., N. Y. Lettau. Barbara, ' 54; Alumnae Hall Levi. Roslvn M., ' 52; 21605 Jamaica Ave, Oueens Village, N. Y. Levin, Isabel M., ' 53; 711 Empire Blvd.. Bklvn., N. Y. Levin, Sallv A., ' 53; 1275 President St., Bklvn.. N. Y. Levin, Sara B.. ' 53; 748 St. Marks .Ave, Bklvn., N. Y. Levine, Ariene H. ' 54; 915 E. 24th St., Bklvn.. N. Y. Levine, Barbara O., ' 54; 1455 59th St.. Bklvn., N. Y. Lcxine Evelvn D.. ' 55; 925 Prospect PI.. Brooklvn 13. N. Y. 248 Roxburv Rd., Garden Citv. N. Y. Levine, Leonard IL. ' 53; 45 Hawthorne St.. Bklvn.. N. Y. LeVine, Marilyn, ' 52; 42-37 Union St., Flushing. N. Y. Levine, Marjorie L.. ' 53; 4 Iris St., Cedarhurst, N. Y. 172 Lcvine. Rol)crt;i. ' 4: 2IH) Kiiisiiii;toii Rd. S(i.. C. nlcn Citv, N. V. Lcvinsohn. Diane, ' x IHl l ' .. :()lli St.. HkKu.. . V. I.oiiison, Arnokl. ' =i- : " S Z " ! )t tli St.. I ' hislinm. Ixvinson. I,illi;ni . .. " S : 1525 K. Mh St.. Bkl n.. ' l , Lew. Gclla. ' 14: W V) 6 th Rd.. Koast Hills. N. ' l . Lew. loan. ' 14: 1 ' ' l almctto St.. Bkhii.. N ' . Y. Lew. Morton IL. ' r,; " 1 ' ) l.sVd St.. Muslnnt;. N. V. Lew. Roslyn. •=;4: 1 ' 6 W. rZnd St.. Rronx. N. V. Lcwin. Mvra, ' SZ: 24 W ' oodnicrc Rlvd.. oodni erc. N. Y. Lewin. Iniiu!, I?.. ' 2: 2 ' ) Woodnieie Blvd.. W ' oodmere. N. Y. Lewinter. Oswald. ' 54: 00 Lenox Rd.. Rkhn.. N. Y. Lc vi,s. Kdwin ] . ' 54; 1024 Ikaeli 22nd St.. I ' ar Rockawav. N. Y. Lcwson. . itlnir i:.. ' 54; I ' S lalTrev St.. Bklyn.. N. Y. Libasei. . nne C ' ... ' 5x 35 St. Marks . e.. Roek dle Centre, N. Y. Libbev. Frederick. ' 54; 30 Roxlnnv Rd.. Ciardcn Citv. N. Y. Licnrsi. Frank ' .. ' 52; 1221 W. Broad a . Hewlett. N. Y. Licbernian. Janice. ' 54: 535 I ' arkside . ve.. BkKn., N. Y. Liebesknid. Faith. ' 54; 620 F. 03rd St.. Bklyn.. N. Y. Lieu. Rio Lien W ' ha. ' 54; Harvey Hall Lifsliitz. Marihn. ' 55; 2U55 Antlionv . c.. New York 5 " . N. Y. 4 Bnxton Rd.. Garden City. N. Y. Lillard, John. ' 54; 176 Lenox Rd., Huntington Station. N. Y. Limber. NIarie T.. ' 54: 40 Lincoln St., Franklin Sq iare. N. Y. Lind. . rtluir. ' 54; 104 Woodbine . vc.. Bcllmorc. N. Y. Lindc. Dorothv S., ' 52; " 11 Walton . e.. Bronx, N. Y. Linder. Flise W., ' 52; 344 Manor Rd.. Douglaston, N. Y. Lindner, Bernice. ' 54; 6 0 Crown St.. Bklyn., N. Y. Linsky, Flisc R... ' 54: 50 Lawrence .Vve., Lawrence, N. Y. Linskv. Muriel. Spec: 80 3 Park Lane. Kew Gardens. N. Y. Linz. Francis . .. ' 55; Box U)2. Glen Head. N. Y. Lipkind. Sallv. ' 54; 325 E. SOth St.. New York. N. Y. Lipkowitz. Beverly. ' 53: 1229 Clay Ave.. Bronx, N. Y. Lipnicki. X ' incent J., ' 53; 66 E. Greenwich Ave., Roosevelt, N. Y. Lippmann. Judith G., ' 53: 2422 Avenue 1. Bkhn.. N. Y. Lipsbitz. Harold M.. ' 54; 204 W 111th St.. New York. N. Y. Liskcr. . rthiir. ' 54: 1 " 0 . ndrcws . ' ve.. Bronx. N. Y. Lisker. Bertha S., 312 Clareniont Ave, Mt. N ' ernon, N. Y. Lissauer. Theresa S., ' 53; 1011 Sheridan Ave., New York 56, X. Y. Livingston. Wilma I,. ' 52; 504 E. 42nd St.. Bklyn., N. Y. Llende. Frank, ' 53; 293 Stewart . ve.. Garden Citv. N. Y. Loefflcr. Robert, ' 54; 1 " 5 Regent Rd.. W. Hempstead. N. Y. Lohman. Marv . nn, ' 55; 212-04 50th . vc.. Bavside. N. Y. London. Ruth E., ' 54; 30-20 29th St.. Long Island Citv. N, Y. Long. Gerald H.. ' 53: 216 Mcadcr . vc.. Merrick. N. Y. Long. William K.. ' 54; 121 Church St.. Freeport. N. Y. Longmore. Bctte F., ' 55; 6 Birch St.. Floral Park. N. Y. Longmore. Bettc F.. Spec: 6 Birch St.. Floral Park. N. Y. Lopin. Ellen. ' 54; 110-56 6Sth Dr.. Garden Citv, N. Y. Lopresti. Frank A.. ' 52; 22 Brower PI. Lvnbrook. N. Y. Lorentzen. Inez D.. ' 52: 26-46 202nd St.. Bavside. N. Y. Lovas. Emil S., ' 53; 503 W. Scott A c.. Rahwav, N. J. Lowengart. Martin. ' 54; 110-07 " 3rd Rd.. Forest Hills. N. Y. Lubash. Nancy. ' 52; Spruce St., Roslyn Harbor, N. Y. Remember the Name You Will Never Forget Our Service George Malvese Co., Inc. Serving Long Island For Over 30 Years Jericho Turnpike New Hyde Parle, N. Y. l.iibni. C:li.irlcs. ' 54: 161 W. 75th .St.. New York. N. Y. Luca, Ravniond R., ' 52; 42 M;irvlaiid , ve.. llein|5stead. N. Y. Lnck. I ' red J., ' 53; 265 Vallev Stream Blvd.. X ' allev Stream. N. Y. I.iukicer. Sue C ' 54; 139-20 I.aurcllon Pkwv., Laiirelloii. N. Y. Lund, Carol J., ' 54; 100 New Market Rd., Garden City, N. Y. Lupka. .Man Rav. ' 54; 770 St. Marks Ave. Brooklvn 16. N. Y. Lurie. Diane. ' 54; 226-38 Mcntonc . ' vc.. Laurclton, N. Y. Lutostanski, Delphinc. Spec; 94 Brittle Lane. Hicksville. N. Y. Lvnch. Patricia M.. ' 54; 55 Hampshire Rd., Rockvillc Centre, N. Y. Lvnes. Evelvn C, ' 53; 39 Holyokc Rd., Rockvillc Centre, N.Y. MacGilvrav, Rogcrt P., ' 35; 115 Marshall . ve.. Floral Park. N. Y. Maciunas. Niole M., ' 54; 52 Blueberrv Lane, Levittown, N. Y. Mackay. Gertrude L., ' 53; 125 Cambridge Ave., Stewart Manor, N. Y. Mackler, Jacqueline, ' 54; 131-59 226th St., Laurelton, N. Y. MacLaciilan. James S.. ' 54; 22 Shorchavcn Lane, Manhasset, N. Y. MacLcer, Jean W ., ' 54; 160 E. Carpenter St., Vallev Stream, NY. MacLeod, Lois E.. ' 34: 182 Dover Pkwv., Stewart Manor, N. Y. MacNaughton. Ravmond W ' .. ' 52; 8946 218th St., Oucens X ' lllage. N. Y. Macy. .Mice. ' 54; 630 Gramatan . vc., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. NIadalin, William A., ' 53; 201-5 E. Broadway, Long Beach. N.Y. Madden, Martin F., ' 53; 85-56 102nd St., Richmond Hill. N. Y. Magidson, Herbert M.. ' 55; 24 Nathan Hale Dr., Hunting- ton. N. Y. Maher. John, ' 54; 241 95th St., Bklyn., N. Y. Malachoff. Susan, ' 55; 3280 Rochambeau Ave., Bronx. N. Y. Maldonado, Ella M.. ' 55; 60-21 78th St., Elmhurst, N. Y. Malewicz, Eugene K., ' 52; 51 Russell St., Roslyn Heights, N.Y. Malito. Geraldine, ' 53; 259-02 Pembroke Ave., Great Neck, N.Y. Maloncv, Madelvn A., ' 54: Woods Rd., W ' estburv, N. Y. Mandei; Marcc j.. ' 52; 4825 Beach 48th St.. Bklvn., N. Y. Mandler, Henrv, ' 52; 91-15 196th St., Hollis, N.Y. Mann. Charlotte Lois. ' 54; 135015 227th St., Laurelton. N. Y. Manning, Donald W.. ' 55: 35-07 90th St., Jackson Heights, N.Y. Mansfield, Helen M., ' 54; 300 Langdon Blvd., Rockvillc Cen- tre, N. Y. Manns. Willard. ' 55; Santini Apts., East Hempstead, N. Y. Marchcse. Nicholas A.. ' 52; 158 Lincoln Ave.. Bklyn., N. Y. Marchi. Thomas J., ' 52; 576 E. 158th St.. Bronx, N. Y. Marcin, Bernard F., Spec, 54 Harvard St., Garden Citv, N. Y. Margiott. Richard P., ' 55: 65-46 85rd PI.. Forest Hills. N. Y. Margolin. Stuart A.. ' 54: 1557 E. 25rd St., Bklyn., N. Y. Margolis, E clyn, ' 52; 2140 Clinton . vc. New York, N. Y. Margulis. Carl Jav, ' 55; 84 Hilltop . crcs, Yonkers, N. Y. 244 Euston Rd. South. Garden Citv. N. Y. Marion. Michael, ' 54; 55-54 201st St.. ' Bavside, N. Y. Marill, Renate H.. ' 52; 150 Morningside Dn, New York, N. Y. Marko, . ' nita R., ' 52; 14 Waukena Ave., Oceanside, N. Y. Marks. Sallv, ' 55: 453 Oakland Ave, Cedarhurst, N. Y. Marks, Warren K., ' 54; 190-48 111th Ave., St. Albans, N. Y. Marmaro, Rudolf A., ' 52; 209-20 116th Ave., St. Albans, N.Y. Marquardt. Robert J.. ' 54; 45-07 171st St.. Flushing. N. Y. Marrazzo. Tobia ' ., Spec; 20 Dcrbv Rd., Rockvillc Centre, N. Y. Martens. William, ' 54; 677 Vanderbilt Ave, Bklvn., N. Y. Martin. Joan M., ' 55; 321 Roxbun- Rd., Garden Citv, N. Y. Martin. Lois N., ' 52; 159 Beech St.. Floral Park, N. ' Y. Martin. Robert A.. ' 52; 95 Evans St., New Hvde Park, N. Y. Martini, Joseph C, ' 53; 32 W Maple St., ' Vallev Stream, N. Y. 173 Mason, Theodore E.. ' 54; 88-86 195th PI., HolHs, N. Y. Massimi, Alex F., ' 53; 35 Lee Ave., E. Williston, N. Y. Matheis, Doris M., ' 53; 9 Fernwood Tcr., Stewart Manor. N. Y. Mathews. Barbara. ' 54: 150 Litchfield . vc.. Babvlon. N. Y. Matus, Betty }.. ' 53; 42-05 Francis Lewis Blvd., Ba side, N. Y. Matus, Howard F., ' 52; 42-05 Francis Lewis Blvd.. Bavside, N.Y. Mazza. Nicholas ' .. Spec; 214 Spring St., Lawrence. N. Y. Mc. dams, David E., ' 54; 219 " Cruger Ave., Bronx, N. Y. Mc.Mcvev. Joan G., ' 54; 241A Windsor PL, Bklvn., N. Y. McCabe: William J.. ' 53; 32 Yale PL, Rockvillc ' Centre, N. Y. McCall. Francis A., ' 54; 163 Canoll St.. Bklyn., N. Y. McCarthv, Marv C, Spec.; 270 Greenwav St., Forest Hills, N. Y. ■ McCarthv, Mevrl E.. ' 54; 688 S. 3rd .- vc.. Mt. ' ernon. N. Y. McCarthv. Walter H.. ' 54; 19 5 51st St.. Bklvn.. N. Y. McCaulcy. Jane. ' 54; 10 Roosevelt St., Baldwin, N. Y. McCormick, . rthur J.. 68 Chapin St.. Merrick, N. Y. McCr stal. Marvrose (Mrs.), 55; 86-71 108th St., Richmond Hill. N. Y. McDede, Peter. ' 52; 2090 Jersev Ave.. Scotch Plains. N. J. McDcrmott. Elin C, ' 34; 159-54 Normal Rd., Jamaica. N. Y. McDermott. John J.. ' 54; 5609 215th St., Bavside, N. Y. McDermott, John F., ' 55; 3501 Farragut Rd.. Brooklvn 10. N. Y. McDonald. John L.. ' 53; 34 Crocus Ave., Floral Park, N. Y. McDonald, Marilvn D.. ' 54; 149-59 20th Ave., Whitestone, N. Y. McDonald, Terence, ' 55; 34 Crocus Ave., Floral Park, N. Y. McDonald, Theresa A., ' 53; 538 E. 142nd St.. Bronx, N. Y. McDonell, Horace G., ' 52; 145 ' anderbilt Ave., Manhasset, N.Y. McGocv. Charles. ' 52; 402 Marine . vc.. Bklvn., N. Y. McGowan. Robert. ' 54; 5 " 9 Hamilton St., . lbanv, N. Y. McGuigan, Hugh E., ' 52; 113-42 223rd St.. Cambria Heights. N. Y. McGuigan, John A., 82-12 246th St., Bellcrosc, N. Y. McMamis, Lola. ' 54; 9_4 Landing Rd.. Glen Cove, N. Y. McMillan, James R., ' 53; 131 Susquehanna Ave., Great Neck, N.Y. McNamara. Joan W., ' 52; 48 Erick Ave.. Hewlett, N. Y. McTernan. Edmund J., ' 53; 5 North . vc., Northport. N. Y. Mediavilla, Marv D., ' 52; R.F.D. 1, Jericho Tpke., Hunting- ton, N. Y. Meerbaum. Lorraine, ' 54; 1476 Carroll St., Bklvn., N. Y. Meier. Robert. ' 54; 65 Milford St.. Bklvn.. N.Y. Mcister. " alda B., ' 54; 216 Devoc A c.. Yonkers, N. Y. Mellcvold. John E., ' 54; 151 k ' iefer Ave., Elmont. N. Y. Melvin, Patricia. ' 53; 220 Clinton St.. Hempstead. N. Y. Mendelson, Bonnie H., ' 54; 81-32 215th St.. Queens ' illage, N.Y. Menit, Deborah, ' 54; 1632 Ocean Ave., Bklvn., N. Y. Menke. Phyllis A., ' 53; 167-1- Cn.der ' s Lane. Flushing, N. Y. Mcshnick. Rosalie, ' 54; 42 Cumberland Dr., Yonkers, N. Y. Meskalick, Adine Z., ' 52; 62-6 5 Sanders Ave., Forest Hills, N.Y. Messinger, Florence L.. ' 53; 2025 80th St., Bklyn., N. Y. Metcalf. Klaurccn E.. ' 53; 372 Lakeview Ave., Rockville Cen- tre. N. Y. Mevcr, Richard D.. ' 54: 35-54 83rd St., Jackson Heights, N. Y. Mevcrowitz. Sandra. ' 33; 1926 E. 4th St.. Bklvn.. N. Y. Mevcrs, Wilbur J., ' 53; 13 Raymond Ct.. Garden Citv. N. Y. Mczz, Madeline E.. ' 53; 330 New York . nc., Bkhn., N. Y. Michaels, Barbara R., ' 53; 269 Rich Ave.. Mt. ' crnon, N. Y. Mielc, John G., ' 54; 3-68 Olinvillc . c., Bronx. N. Y. Mikedcs, Penelope, ' 54; 30-39 8 3rd St., Jackson Heights. N. Y. Mikkelsen, Anne (Mrs.). Spec; 40 Dogwood Lane, Man- hasset, N. Y. Millecam. Joan A., ' 52; 1 Hascan Ave, Forest Hills. N. Y. Miller. Edward K., ' 54; 9 Murrav Ave., Port ' ashington, N. Y. Miller. Jacqueline I.. ' 33; 115-92 221st St.. Cambria Heights, N.Y. Miller, John T., 375 Hamilton St., ' est Hempstead. N. Y. Miller. Judith, ' 53; 1424 E. " th St.. Bklvn.. N. Y. Miller, Leila S., ' 54; 130-29 229th St.. Laurclton, N. Y. Miller, Meredith .-Xnn, ' 55; 14 Broniptnn Rd.. Garden Citv, N. Y. Miller, Robert H., ' 54; 98 Hudson . vc.. Roosevelt. N. Y. Millette, Douglas ' .. ' 53; 190 West Scamoii . ve.. Free- port, N. Y. Milton, Gerald, ' 53; 10-12 Numeohe St., Far Rockaway, N. Y. Mintv. Caroline Chase, ' 52; 11 Highfield Lane, Roslvn Heights. N. Y. Mintz, Janice E., ' 54; 177 Beach 12 3rd St., Belle Harbor, N.Y. Mintz. Morton, ' 52; 2101 Bcekman PI.. Bklyn.. N. Y. Mirarchi. Donna R., 330 E. Fulton St., Long Beach, N. Y. Miron. Charles. ' 53; 1139 Blake . vc., Bklyn., N. Y. Mirxali. Masser. ' 53; Santini . pts.. East Hempstead, N. Y. Mitchell. Barbara. ' 34; 108 Roosevelt Court. Carle PL, N. Y. Mitchell, Eleanor M.. ' 54; Kenncdv Ave., Blue Point, N. Y. Mitchell. James W., ' 54; 7003 Ft. Hamilton Pkwv.. Bklvn., N. Y. Moelis. Thclma L. ' 53; 403 E. 52nd St.. Bklyn., N. Y. Moesel, Dcirdre J., ' 52; 102 N. Long Beach Ave., Freeport, N. Y. Moflitt, Butler D.. ' 54; 154 Lugucr Rd.. Port ' ashington, N. Y. Mohring. Ravmond J., ' 54; Roberts St., Holbrook, N. Y. Molonev, Richard, ' 54; 230A Elizabeth St., Inwood, N. Y. Monahan. Nina E.. ' 52; 4 Berrv St.. Lvnbrook. N. Y. Monett, Frederick T.. ' 55; 1 " Birch St., Floral Park, N. Y. Moore, Edward. ' 53; 1- Glenwood Rd., Rockville Centre, N.Y. Moore, Evans ' ., ' 53; Broadwav P.O. Box 98, Greenlawn, N. Y. Moore, Thomas C.. Spec; 1-35 E. 29th St.. Bklvn.. N. Y. Moore, Thomas Clav. ' 55; 1 " 35 E. 29th St.. Brooklvn. N. Y. Moran. Alice M., ' 53; Grcedmore State Hosp., Oueens ' il- lage, N. Y. Moriates, Nicholas C, Spec; 187-23 Linden Blvd., St. . lbans, N. Y. Morlath. Anne. ' 33; 61 Cedar . ve., Rockville Centre. N. Y. Morris, Richard A., ' 54; 33 S. Lewis PI.. Rockville Centre, N. Y. Morrison. Frankhn J., ' 53; 92-45 245th St., Bellerose, N. Y. Morrison, Gene E., ' 54; 848 Columbus Ave., New York, N. Y. Morro, Patricia A., ' 53; 32-33 S ' th St., Jackson Heights. N. Y. Morse. Joan K., ' 53; 244-38 90th . ve., Bellerose, N. Y. Morvan, Bettv P., ' 52; Box 2-2. R.F.D. 4, Huntington, N.Y. Moskowitz. Rhoda R.. ' 5 5; 36- Central A e.. Brooklvn. N. Y. Moster. Rosalie, ' 52; 106 Lakeside Dr.. Lawrence, N. Y. Moud , Tliomas M.. ' 55; 191 Park Ave., Freeport, N. Y. Muhlbach. Louise. ' 54; 117-06 Rockawav Blvd., Ozone Park. N. Y. Munro. Robert K.. ' 54; 26 Hilton Ave.. Garden Citv, N. Y. Munzer. Miles. ' 54; 109-75 209th PL. Oueens ' illag ' e, N. Y. Murphy, Dorothea L, ' 52; 55 Tooker Ave., Ovstcr Bav, N. Y. Murphv. Edmund P., ' 53; 24 ' allace Ave., Baldwin, N. Y. Mu ph •. Gilbert O., ' 52; 185-23 Dunlop .- ve., St. Albans. N. Y. Murphv, Janet A.. ' 55; 352 Jackson .-We., West Hempstead. N. Y. Murphv, Robert. ' 54; 86-09 Santiago St., Hollis. N. Y. Muscarella. .Man- A., ' 54; 135-31 122nd St., Ozone Park, N. Y. Musselman. Joan E.. ' 52; 93-20 222nd St.. Oueens ' illage, N. Y. - 6 , Mustaka. Anna. ' 52; 46 Miller Place. Hempstead. N. Y. Nachsin, Martin E., ' 53; 2181 Wallace .- ve., Bronx, N. Y. Nagel. Carlos, ' 55; Roanoke Rd., Miller Place, N. Y. Namniack, George, ' 54; 1315 Cornaga Ave., Far Rockaway, N.Y. Nannfcldt. Marie, ' 34; 22 Harrison . vc.. Rockville Centre, N. Y. Napclbaum. Ruth. ' 53; 138-23 22-th St.. Laurclton, N. Y. Nason, Elizabeth L.. ' 53; Creedmorc State Hosp., Oueens ' il- lagc, N. Y. Nathan.son. Ruth, ' 53; 8--03 130th St., Jamaica, N. Y. Neidenherg. Ruth. ' 54; 324 E. 4th St.. Mt. ' ernon. N. Y. Nell. Justin J., ' 54; 1 1 5 i4 232nd St.. St. . lbans. N. Y. Nelson. Chariotte M.. Spec. 196-10 1 63th Crescent. Flush- ing N. Y. Nelson, Donald C. ' 55; 133-22 223rd St.. Laurclton. N. Y. Nelson. William. ' S4; 6038 Yellowstone Bl d.. Forest Hills. N. Y. Nemhauser. Sondra. ' 53; 1320 Ro,sedale .- e.. Bronx N. Y. Nemhch. Magda E.. ' 52; k ' nollwood Rd., Elmsford. ' N. Y. 174 NcsNcl. riicodorc [.. i ; I ' l- Aviiiui ' . Bklyn.. N. " . ciib(.ri;cr. RidKird. " 2: 160 W. ' litli St.. New York. N. V. c«li:iiii. RolxTt. ' 2; 40 Tip Top I.aiic. Lcvitknvn. N. . Newman. Irvvm I... ' 4; 2 " - ' - Mott Ave, l ' ' rccport. N. . Nitt. Alia C. ' i ; (l Nassau Ril. I k-iiipstcad. N. . Nobic. laiiKC. ' iZ; Blue Point Ave. Bint- Ponit. N. Y. Nolan. I ' Vanccs. ' 4: 22 inthrop .St.. llcnipsteail. N. Y. Nonni. Kugcnc D.. ' i4; 12 North Knit; St.. Klnio-it. N. Y. Norcross. John L.. Q ) Locnst St.. Garden Citv. N. Y. Noss. Ilcnrv D.. ' V, 9 Dolpliin Green. Port Washington. N. Y. Noto. Lillian. " 52; M Saddle Lane. Lcviftown. N. . Novak. Adeline W.. ■S2: 182 06 6 )th . ve.. Flushing. N. Y, Niieeio. fosephine M.. ' Si; " Oi 1 v th St.. Flushing. N. Y. Nndehnan. Ira Sa.. ' 4; 16-4 Townsend . ve.. New York S , N. Y. Santini. Building " F " O ' Conncll. ' ineent !• ' .. •i2; 68 Dover Pkwv., Stewart Manor. NY. O ' Connor. Carole. ' i4: 16 Cord Lane. Levittown. N. . O ' Dell. Patricia. ' S ; 1IV44 I ' JSth St.. St. .Mbans. N. Y. O ' Donncll. Lorraine NL. ' 2: 16 Svlvester PL. Lvnbrook. N. Y. Q-Donnell. Noreen F.. T,; 360 Clifton PI.. Bklyn.. N. Y. Ocstrich. Patricia. ' i4; 28 W ' ildwood Dr., Great Neck. N. Y. O ' Gradv, John T., ' i4: 24 Lakcvicw . ve.. Bavshore. N. Y. O ' llirok. William D., ' 4; 251? Ericsson St., East Elmhurst. NY. Okoshken, Patricia C. Estates i. N. Y. Olchck. Arthur S., ' 54 Olivieri, Catherine M., ' 5: 8546 Somerset St.. Jamaica 90- II 149th St., Jamaica, N. Y. ■52; " 82 Bushwick Ave.. Bklvn.. N. Y. Oisen. ilazcl L., ' 52; 154 Batterv Ave.. Bklvn.. N. Y. Olsen, Marie A., ' 54: 22 Svlvan PL, X ' alley Stream, N. Y. Oltmann. Marion L, ' 55; 19L27 116th Ave., St. Albans. N. Y. O ' Neill. Joan Marie E.. ' 53; 30 Broadwav. Rockville Centre. NY. O ' Neill. John. ' 53: 121 Parkside Ave., Bklvn., N. Y. O ' Neill, fov M.. ' 54; Alumnae Hall Ordwein, Jeanne A., ' 34: 7519 260th St., Floral Park, N. Y, Orhelein. William J.. ' 35; 129 Roxburv Rd., Garden City, NY. O ' Rourkc. Joseph P.. ' 55; 150-29 221st St.. Springfield. N. Y. Oshanskv. Gloria. ' 52; 161 Jericho Tpke.. Floral Park. N. Y. Ostendorff. Helen M.. ' 54: 55 Laurel St., Floral Park. N, Y. Ostrov, Enid I., " 54; 105-50 65rd Ave.. Forest Hills. N. Y. Oswald. George J.. ' 52; 324 Glen Cove Ave.. Glen Cove. N. Y. Otsubo. Marian M.. ' 52; 38 E. 98th St.. New York. N. Y. Oxlcv. Patricia J.. ' 55; 9 " 18 10 " th St.. Richmond Hill, N. Y. Pacifico. N ' lncent L., ' 52; 498 Rugby Rd.. Bklyn., N. Y. Pagano. Bridget R., ' 55; 6 " Hillview Ave., Port Washington. N. Y. Palew. Carol J.. ' 55; 41 10 T4th St.. Jackson Heights. N. Y. Palinskv. Samuel. ' 55; 1270 45th St., Bklyn., N. Y. Pancirov. Rita II.. ' 54; Ilarvev Hall Panetticrc. Dorothv J., ' 52; Park St. Putnam Blvd.. Atlantic Beach. N, Y. Papadopoulos, James J., ' 53; Windmill Rest, Merrick Rd., Wantagh. N. Y. Parapigha. Rose R., ' 54; Jericho Tpke., Syossct, N. Y. Parcntini. Joan. ' 54; Alumnae Hall Parsons. Herman. ' 53; 28 Kensington Rd.. (harden City. N. Y. Pascall. M;irilvn, ' 55; Ma flowcr Pkwy., Westport, Conn. Pashelinskv. Lita. ' 54; Alumnae Hall Pasotti. Robert. ' 52; 19 Superior Rd., Bellcrosc, N, Y. Passafiume. Joan. ' 55; 59 Weberficld Ave, Freeport. N. Y. Patterson. Gilbert S., ' 55; 17 S. Roxburv Rd., Garden City, NY. Pavlik. Edith. ' 52; Alumnae Hall Pcllicane, Richard, ' 54; 190-18 89th Ave.. Hollis, N. Y. Peiscop. Ralph G., Spec., 36 Cathedral Ave, Hempstead, N. Y. Pepc. Ralph J., ' 54; Santini Apts., East Hempstead. N. Y. Pcppe. Allen F.. ' 52; 62 Brookline Ave. Long Beach. N. Y. Perceiit. Robert, ' 55; 17 Herricks Rd., Garden City. N. Y. Perkins. Vivienne B., ' 52; 11114 76th Ave, Forest Hills, N. Y. Perrone, Marv D., ' 52; 165 Savoy Ave., Elmont, N. Y. Pcrrv. Clinton, ' 55; 3 Stoner Ave, Great Neck, N. Y. Peters. Barbara E., ' 54; 562 Great Kills Rd., Staten Island, N Y. Pfciffcr Elsbcth (Mrs.), ' 52; 72-81 11 5th St., Forest Hills, N. Y. PfingstI, Manuela, ' 52; 20- 57 28th St.. Astoria. N. . Phillips. Anita. ' 55; 14 Beverly Rd.. Great Neck. N. " V .. eo Benjamin Phillips, Ouentin. Spec; 118 91st St.. Bklyn., N. Y. Piazza (DiPiazza), Mariano (M), ' 52; 216 Bch. 80th St.. Roekawav Bch.. N. Y. Pincus. Fred S.. ' 54; 141-25 71st Rd., Flushmg, N. . Pironc. Man ' F., ' 51; 449 Prospect Ave., Mount ' ernon. N Y Pisciotta, Joseph IL, ' 54; 114-27 199th St., St. Albans, N. " i . Pitta, Jeanne M., ' 54; Alumnae Hall Pitti Eleanor, ' 54; 7 Hatcher Ct.. 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Enid M., ' 54; Harvcv Hall Proser. Matthew. ' 54; 1001 Ave. K.. Bklyn.. N. Y. Provost. Preston E., ' 54; 2602 E. 26th St.. Bklyn.. N. " i . Psarakaes, Nicholas J., ' 52; 270 Audubon Ave, New ork. N. Y. Pulicr, Edith. ' 54; Alumnae Hall Purdy. Seth P. ' 53; 553 N. Broadwav. Amitvvillc, N. " 1 . Ouartin, Herbert P., ' 55; 941 Washington Ave.. Bklyn.. NY. Ouinn. Constance ' 54; 15 E. Ir ing - ve. Central Ishp. ■ N Y Ouinn. Jovce C. ' 55; " 0 Clover A -e. Floral Park. N. " i . Rabcn. Judith. ' 54; 62 Eastern Bl d.. Baldwin. N. Y. Rachlcs Mona J., ' 52; 71-56 UOth St., Forest Hills, N. Y. Rahas, George G., ' 34; 185 20th St., Bklyn., N. Y. 175 mWUHUMM tismummm w»!m m Ramcr, Bertram. ' 54; 31 W. Mosholu Pkwv., Bronx, N. Y. Ramson, Elaine, ' 52; 50 E. 66th St.. New ' York. N, Y. Randall, Barbara E., " 52; 24 Ouincv St., Merrick, N. Y. Randbv. ilbur E., ' 52; 4250 2 0th St.. Little Neck. N. Y. Ransom, Carrie Tavlor. ' 53; ■79-16 Ma in St.. Flushing. N. Y. Rapacki. William John, ' 54; 169-15 22nd Ave., Flushing, N. Y. Rapp, T- Douglas, ' 52; 1 E. Mill Dr., Great Neck, N. Y. Rapp. John L., ' 53; 1 E. Mill Dr.. Great Neck, N. Y. Rappaport. Hubert A.. ' 52; 62 ' . N " alnut St., Long Beach, N. Y. Rapport. Evelvn, ' 54; 254 Beach 15th St., Far Rockawav, N. Y. Rashba. Bcttianne. ' 33; 138 Midglev Dr., Hewlett. N. Y Ray, Vi icn, ' 53; 325 West End Ave., New York, N. Y. Raynor, Harold, ' 52; 35-55 223rd St., Bayside, N. Y. Read, Vaughn, ' 53; 1627 Gilford Ave., New H ■dc Park, N. Y. Reardon, John. ' 53; The Oaks, Roshn Estates N. Y. Regan. Austin P.. ' 53: 46 03 79th St.. Elmhurst. N. Y. Rehill. Dorothy M.. ' 52; 19 Fordham PL, Hempstead, N. Y. Reilly, James F., ' 54; 44 Daffodil Ave., PYanklin Square. N. Y. Reina. Charles G., ' 55; 168-40 84th Ave., Jamaica 3, N. Y. Reiners. Robert P., ' 52; 1873 E. 34th St., Bklvn., N. Y. Rcton. Robert D.. ' 55; 3451 Stephen Lane, Wantagh. N. Y. Reisman. Diane E., ' 53; 26 Carman Ave., Cedarhurst, N. Y. Reiter. Julia M., ' 52; 21 Br ant Ave.. Roslvn, N. Y. Remsen. Wallace M.. ' 54; 135 Garrison Ave.. Baldwin, N. Y. Rendelstein, Judith C., ' 54; 182 Crown St., Bklyn., N. Y. Renna, Alexandria T.. ' 53; 147-06 119th Ave., So. Ozone Park, N. Y. Renor, Gloria M., ' 53; 8901 Ridge Blvd.. Bklvn., N. Y. Rentzepis. Peter, ' 54; Santini Apts.. East Hempstead N. Y. Resniek. Joan, ' 54; 107 W. Centennial Ave.. Baldwin N. Y. Reynolds, Richard D., ' 53; 12 Orchard Meadow Rd., East Wilhston, N. Y. Reynolds, Roger, ' 53; Box 162, Stonybrook, N. Y. Rial, Margaret. ' 54; 17 Roosevelt St., Baldwin, N. Y. Riba, Esther, ' 53; Alumnae Hall Rice. Clarence. ' 54; 206-08 34th Ave.. Bavside, N. Y. Rice. Harold P.. ' 52; 932 So. Grove St., Freeport, N. Y. Richel, Elise, ' 54; Harvey Hall Ri ehtcr, PYcd P.. ' 55; 119-37 Metropolitan Ave.. Kcw Gardens, N. Y. Rietheimer, Richard J.. ' 54; 12 Princeton St., Garden Citv. N. Y. Riley, Patricia L., ' 54; 122-05 Metropolitan Ave., Kew Gardens, N. Y. Rimmer, Leslie D. (M), ' 52; 197-09 56th Ave., Flushing, Ringen, Marilyn, ' 53; 306 Maple St., West Hempstead, N. Y Ringler, Patricia E., ' 55; 68-38 Yellowstone Blvd., Forest Hills, N. Y. Risehbieter. Carl W., ' 54; 8693 15th Ave.. Bklvn.. N. Y. Ritter, Cynthia M., ' 52; 979 Sumner Ave., Springfield, Mass. Rizzi. Lawrence. ' 53; 63 Arleigh Dr.. Albertson. N. Y Rizziito. Malcolm F.. ' 54; 201-20 109th Ave., Hollis, N. Y. Roaman, George, ' 53; 211 Central Park West, New York, N. Y. Roberto, Robert, ' 53; 49 Hilltop Dr., Manhasset, N. Y. Roberts. Lcroy. ' 53; 31 Balsam Lane, Levittown. N. Y. Roberts. LeRoy W., ' 54; 70 Blueberry Lane. Levittown. N. Y. Roberts, Mary Carol, ' 54; 162 Bellmore St., Floral Park, N. Y. Robinson, Joan, ' 53; Powell Ave., Rockville Centre, N. Y. Rogers, E. William, ' 54; 217 Middle Neck Rd., Great Neck, N. Y. Rogovin, Seth H., ' 54; 29-28 105th St., Flushing. N. Y. Romano, Ann M.. ' 53; 192 Church St., Northport, N. Y. Rooncy, Arthur D. Ill, ' 54; 143 Floral Pkwy., Floral Park. N. Y. Rooney. Claire L. ' 54; 143 Floral Pkwy., Floral Park. N. Y. Roppolo, Steven J-, ' 53; 87 Bulwer PL, Bklvn., N. Y. Rose, Dons O., ' 53; Haven Lane, Levittown, N. Y. Rose, Joyce Ann., ' 55; 230-19 138 Ave., Laurelton, N. Y. Rosen, J. Alan, ' 54; 500 W. 108th St.. New York, N. Y. Rosen. Stanley, ' 53; 69-25 Harrow St., Forest Hills, N. Y Rosenbaum, Diane J.. ' 54; 1837 E. 17th St., Bklvn.. N. Y. Rosenberg, Gerald, ' 54; 23 W. 73rd St.. New York, N. Y. Rosenberg, Gilbert, ' 52; 211 Central Pk. West, New York, N. Y. Rosenberg. Marv F., ' 54; 295 ' ellington Rd., So. Garden City. N. Y. Rosenberg. Audrev P.. ' 52; 130-33 235th St.. Laurelton, N. Y. Rosenberg. Ins Lynn, ' 55; 1735 East 33rd St., Brooklvn 10, x . Y. 5 ' hitehall Bhd.. Garden Citv. N. Y. Rosenberg. Nancv, ' 55; 13 ' ' -52 225th St., Laurelton. N Y Rosenblatt, Iris S., ' 54; 24 Weston PI.. Lawrence, N. Y. Rosenblatt, Suzanne, ' 54; 319 S. Hewlett Ave., Merrick, N. Y. Roscnblum. Joan P.. ' 55; 1263 East 2 " th St.. Brooklvn 10 N. Y. Roscndhal, Gehre A., ' 52; 1968 E. 2nd St.. Bklvn.. N. Y Roscndorf. Julieene, ' 54; 72-38 113th St., Forest Hills, N. Y. Rosenthal, J. Harvcv. ' 53; 211 Central Park West, New York, N. Y. ■ Rosenzweig, Robert E., ' 52; 3 " 1 Fort Washington Ave. New York, N. Y. Rosin, Alfred B., ' 53; 8619 91st Ave.. Woodhaven, N. Y. Rosin, Natalie E., ' 52; 15 Edgewood Rd.. Rockville Centre, N. Y. Ross, Barbara M., Spec; 293 Main St., East Rockawav, N Y Ross, Betsy, ' 54; Harvev Hall Ross, Dianne A., ' 54; 11 Florence St., Great Neck, N. Y. Ross, Howard, ' 52; Creedmore State Hospital, Queens Village, N. Y. f ' s . Rossi, Hugh G., Spec; 48-26 195th St., Flushing. N. Y. Ross, Joan E., ' 55; 107-41 93rd St.. Ozone Park 1 " . N. Y. Rost, Joyce C, ' 54; 319 E. 236th St., New York. N. Y. Roswal, Leon, ' 52; 234-10 1 33rd St.. Laurelton. N. Y. Rotclla, Angelo H., P.O.; 84 Fairground Ave., Huntington Sta., N. Y. Roth, Dorothy. ' 54; Alumnae Hall Roth, Eugene F., ' 54; 216 Avenue M.. Bklvn., N. Y. Rothenberg, Sue L.. ' 53; 83-30 Midland Pkwy., Jamaica, Rotherham, Phyllis E., ' 53; 482 Foch Bhd., Mineola, N Y Rothcrmel, .Mbert Wm., ' 53; 104-14 Rosita PL, Ozone Park, N. Y. Rothman. .Arlenc D.. ' 55; 119 Rodnev St.. Brooklvn 11 N Y Rothman, Richard L., ' 52; 240 Cabrini Blvd., ' New York, N. Y. Rottkamp, Barbara C, ' 53; Carman . ve., Hicksville, N Y Rovinsky, Cyrille L., ' 53; 4522 15th Ave., Bklyn., N Y Rowe, Barbara A., ' 52; 192-63 Hollis . ' vc, Hollis, N. Y. Rozcne, Beverly C, ' 53; Stoneleigh Rd.. Bridgeport. Conn Rubenstem, Robert D. (F). ' 52; 22 Girard St.. Brooklvn N. Y. Rubin. Dorothy M., ' 53; 466 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. Rubinstein, Morton, ' 52; 3820 L me Rd., Bklvn., N Y Ruda, Barbara A., ' 53; 148-25 89th . ve.. Jamaica, N. Y. Rudd, Gloria G.. ' 52; 49 Alexine Ave., East Rockawav, N Y Ruescher, Donald A.. ' 52; 100 32 199th St., Hollis N Y Ruble, Arthur J., Spec; 64-20B 192nd St., Flushing, N Y Ruble. Arthur J.. J., ' 54; 64-20 B 192nd St.. Flushing. N Y Rushton. Marjone. ' 53; 15 Beach Rd., Parkview Apts., Great Neck. N. Y. Russo, Daniel, ' 54; 37-30 lO ' th St.. Corona, N. Y Complimenfs of: Merit Elect rical S jpply Co. 139 East Merric Road Free port, L. 1. Tel FR 8-4681 176 Russo. loscpliinc A.. ' 4; " 00 W artaUl St . Bklvn.. N. R„sso. ShKklinc A.. -S?; 101 Tayc Rd.. N.illo Stream. N. . R nn luKvaul A.. ' S : :-4-l { " Otli Ave. iWllcro.sc. N. . Rvau. lovcc. " 4; 20 1 Sliciic Blvd.. Astoria . Rviii Nancv R.. ' ii; i ' ) Hawtluimc PI. Maiihasset, N. Y. Rvan! Ronald R.. ■=;4; 30 Roxburv Rd.. Ciardtii City. N. Y. Rvdcr loan A,. ' 4; 140 I ' ranklin St.. l ' ' ranklin Square. N. 1. R on laric. ' ; S S lvan PI., allcv Stream, N. . ' 53; 9306 68tli Ave, Forest Hills, Saelis F.van S.. ' 4; SU Walton . ve.. New York. N. Y. Sack. Paula. ' Z; 63 Mnnel . vc.. Lawrence. N. ) . Saekadorf. Leonard. ' 52; 12S0 President St.. Bklyn N. . Sacks .Man Herbert. " 4; lOvlS 66tli Rd.. I ' orest IIiUs, . V. Sacks. Carole. " 54: Harvey Hall ,, , v, vr Sadowski. Irene T.. ' 53: 14 Clierrv St.. Glen Head. N. . Saleinbier. Henry L. C. ' 55; (i O Ninth St.. West Hemp Saicrno. James J.. ' 53; 25 Hilltop Rd.. Port Washington, N Y Salerno. Marie. ' 55; 3 " 13 12th . ve.. Brooklvii IS. N. ' . Salerno Mar ie A.. ' 55; 43 East 51st St.. Brooklvn i. N. " 1 . Saltzman. Fav D.. ' 54; 9 Dover St.. Bklyn.. N. Y. Salver. William Carl. ' 5 5; Sl-31 Utopia Pkwy.. [amaiea y. N. Y. Salvers. Ellen C. ' 52; .Mumnae Hall Salzman. Barbara L.. ' 52; 3 Manor Rd., Lynbrook, N. . Sanders. S. Diane. ' 54; 39 Alexinc Ave., East Rockaway. N. Y. , ,, Sasloff. T ' lstin S., ' 53; 195 Wilson PI.. Frceport, N. . Sater Donald L., ' 52; 69 AUcnwood Rd.. Great Neck, N. . Satcr ' [can IL, ' 53; 69 .Mlenwood Rd.. Great Neck. N. Y. Sauerwcin. .Mfred C. " 54; 41 Promard Rd., Glen Head. N. . Saunders. Sanford. ' 53; Santini Apts.. East Hempstead, N. . Saurman. Richard L.. ' 53; 41 Rogers PI. Floral Park. N. . Savarese. Dominic. ' 54; 9 Old Franklm St.. Hempstead, Scanlon ' . Robert F.. ' 52; 205 Park Holm. Newport, Rhode Island , , , Scheibner. Ralph B.. ' 54; 8504 Little Neck Pkwy.. Floral Park, N. Y. „ , Schenkel, Richard W,. ' 54; " 0 Lincoln Blvd., Long Beach, N. Y. Schcr Paula ].. ' 55; 2300 " 13Sth . vc.. Laurclton 13. N. . Scheu. Dorothv A.. ' 53; 452 Macatte PI.. Mineola. N. Y. Scheuing. Marilvn R.. ' 53; 16 Nassau Blvd.. Malvernc. N. Y. Schiff Elliott R ' .. ' 54; S2-02 GrenfcU St.. Kew Gardens. N. Y. Schiff, Helen. ' 54; 330 Beach 142nd St., Neponsit, N. Y. Schiller. Heinz O., ' 53; 121-16 103rd Ave., Richmond Hill, N. Y. Schippcr. Susan M., ' 55; 83 Farley Ave.. Newark. N. ]. .Mumnae Hall Schlagman. Elaine. ' 52; " 11 E. 38th St., Brooklvn. N. Y. Schlegcl John C, ' 53; 200 Wellington Rd.. Mineola, N. Y. Schlesier, Robert, ' 53; 100-44 222nd St.. Queens Village, N. Y. Schlosser Robert E.. ' 55; 46 Huntington Rd., Garden City. N. Y. Schmelzeis. Joseph P.. ' 55; 145-35 Ferndalc . vc.. Jamaica. N. Y. Schmidt. Rhoda Bond. ' 55; 94 Lincoln . c.. Mineola. N . Schmolka. Eve M., ' 53; 135 Harding Ave., Long Beach. N. Y. Schiieck. jiulith L.. ' 52; 12 Sutton PI. Lawrence, N. . Schneider. Leonard B.. ' 52; 371 Port W ' asliington . vc., New York. N. Y. Schneidman Sheila M., N Y. Schncll. lean M.. ' 54; 8759 Mvrtlc Ave.. Glcndalc. N. Y. Schniebolk. Sanford I,., ' 54; 55 ' E. 90th St., New York, N. Y. ScliocntKld. Ivdward I ' .. ' 52; 14913 16th Rd.. Whitestone, N. Y. Schoenfcld. Leonard. ' 55; 1489 Court PI.. Hewlett. N. Y. Schuofel. Theresa. ' 53; Advent St.. Westbury, N. Y. Scholl Carolvn S., ' 52; 20 Squirrel Dr.. East Rockaway, N. Y. Schrafel, Marjoric J., ' 53; 27 Oak St.. Floral Park. N. Y Schrager, David. ' 53; 234-21 133rd Ave.. Laurclton, N. Y. Schragcr, Philip E.. ' 52; 1403 Ditmas Ave.. Bkhn., N. Y. Schreibcr. Robert A,. ' 52; 93 So. Long Beach Ave., Frecport, N. Y. Schrciner. Dorothv M.. ' 55; 89-32 202nd St.. Hollis. N. Y. Schubert Ann F.. ' 54; 24 Windsor PI. Oceanside. N. 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Y. Scuddcr. Charles H.. ' 54; 37 Oak St.. Northport. N. Y. Scuddcr, Gilbert H.. ' 53; 49 Burr . ve.. Northport, N. Y. Seagle. Enrlc B.. Spec; 21 Tennis Ct.. Franklin Square. N. Y. Seaman. Doris M.. ' 53; 27-29 165th St.. Flushins. N. Y. Seaman, Warren M.. ' 52; 55 Broadwav, Amitvville, N. Y. Segal. Marilvn, ' 54; 295 S. Wellington Rd.. Garden City, N. Y. Segatto. Peter, Seidc. Diane J., Seifer. Stanley N. Y. Sellinger. Llovd. ' 54; 1221 Sage St.. Far Rockawav. N. Y. Sepez. Peter V.. ' 52; 85 Belmont Pkwy.. Hempstead. N. Y. Serpc. Salvatore. ' 55; 325 President St.. Brooklyn 31. N Y. Serrillc. James Joseph, ' 54; " 34 Rhinelander . vc., Bronx. N. Y. Scncrson. Richard. ' 54; 8102 6th . vc,. Brooklvn. N. . Sexton. Richard. ' 54; 166-08 24th Ave.. Flushing. N. Y. ' 53; 108-51 43rd Ave.. Corona. N. Y. , ' 52; 225 Sterling PL. Bklvn.. N. Y. H., ' 52; 1126 Virginia St., Far Rockaway, BAyside 9-6519 LONG ISLAND CHAIR RENTING CO. Chairs and Tables or All Occasions Gold and Bridge Chairs Wood Folding Chairs Bridge and Banquet Tables Portable Bars - Coat Racks 215-24 42nd Avenue, Bayside, N. Y. Prompt Delivery C jurteous Service THE HIDEAWAY where your friends meet for a pleasant evening In rustic setting with open fire. Hicksvllle Road. Route 107. N. tvlassapequa, N. Y. Food and Drinks par excellence F = r Reservation, Phone Hlcksvllle 5-2628 17: Sgg g BB!i l l MaMV) I MIBBM ' JUlll. g{S aBa BK rM mms Shaffir, Glenda, ' 54; 68-58 Yellowstone Blvd., Forest Hills. N. Y. Shalvoy, Walter A., ' 54; 1601 Washington Ave., Seaford, N. Y. Shapero, Roberta E., ' 52; 751 St. Marks Ave., Bklvn., N. Y. Shapiro, Emily (Mrs.). Spec; 715 Park . ve.. New York 21, N. Y. Shapiro, Helen, ' 54; Belmont Rd., Babvlon, N. Y. Shapiro, Jay M., ' 54; 84-15 Chapin Pkwv., Jamaica, N. Y. Shapiro. John L., ' 54; 715 Park Ave., New York 21 N. Y. Shapiro. Judy, ' 54; 340 Howard Ave., Woodmere. N. Y. Shapiro. June G., ' 53; 915 Washington .Ave.. Bklvn. N. Y. Sharrott. Dorothy J., ' 53; 177 Muirfield Rd., Rockville Centre, N. Y. Shayne. Neil T.. ' 55; 506 Magnolia Blvd., Long Beach, N Y Shea, Jerome, ' 54; 67-04 Selfindge St., Forest Hills, N. Y Shean. Joan M., ' 53; 82 W. Clinton Ave., Roosevelt, N Y Shelford, Robert S., ' 53; 197-10 Carpenter Ave., Hollis, N. Y. Shepherd, Jack J., ' 52; 20 Alcxine Ave., East Rockawav, N. Y. Shepherd, LeRoy. ' 52; 55 E. Clinton Ave., Roosevelt. N. Y Shevack, Barbara S.. ' 54; 35 Birchwood Dr. No., Valley Stream. N. Y. Shelvin, Jean Anita, ' 54; 45-25 260th St., Great Neck N Y Shiffman, Sheila H.. ' 52; Harvev Hall Shorb. Dclburt E.. ■53; 67 Roosevelt St., Garden City, N Y Shorin, Alita D., ' 52; Han-ev Hall Sickmon, A. Ardell, ' 54; 142-07 230th PI., Rosedale, N. Y Sicular, Jerry, ' 54; 148-42 89th Ave., Jamaica, N Y Sieber, Harold H., ' 53; 113-05 201st St.. St. Albans, N.Y. Siegel. Phyllis R., ' 53; 510 Avenue J., Bklvn, N Y Siegel, Richard J., ' 54; 1288 Westervelt Rd., Hewlett, N. Y Siff. Alan R.. ' 53; 54 Highmound Ave., Nvack, N. Y. Silberman, Edith, ' 55; 119-11 83rd Ave., Kew Gardens N Y Silberman, Irwin J., ' 55; 125 Ocean Pkwy., Bklyn , N ' y Silberstein, Edith L., ' 53; 24 7th St. So., Garden Citv, N Y Silberstein, Edythe, ' 52; Event Ave.. Hewlett Harbor, N. Y Silenzi, Barbara . nne, 53; 51 Marion St.. Lvnbrook N Y Silverman, Marcia C, ' 55; 68-56 108th St., ' Forest Hills N. Y. Silver, Herbert, ' 53; 839 E. 19th St.. Bklyn., N. Y Silver, Lee C. ' 53; 150 W. 87th St., New York, N Y Silvcrstein, Lois R., ' 54; 226-14 157th Ave., Laurelton N Y Simeonoglon, Phaedia F. ' 54; 412 Cross St., Westbury, N Y Simon, Avis F., ' 54; 414 Hampton Ave., Bklyn., NY Simon, Esther, ' 54; 524 Ardslev Blvd., Garden Citv N Y Simon, Irwin, ' 54; 2210 Cedar Ave.. New York N Y Simon. Lila. ' 52; 1464 E. 7th St.. Bklvn., N. Y. Simonson, Patricia, ' 54; 149 Kensington Ave., Rockville Centre, N. Y. Simpson, Barbara A., ' 55; 145 Boumdall Rd., Manhasset N. Y. Simpson, Mary E.. ' 55; 145 Bourndall Rd.. Manhasset, N Y Singer, Cynthia C, ' 52; 5841 Lvme Ave., Bklyn , N Y Singer, Nancy S., ' 55; 105 82nd Dr., Kew Gardens, N Y Sirkin, Ruth D., ' 55; 1922 E. 1st St., Bklvn., N. Y Sirkis, Louis, ' 52; 612 Argvle Rd., Bklyn N Y Sitzcr, Alan H., ' 55; 25 Richardson PL. Hempstead, N Y Satcr, Frank, ' 54; 71 Locust St., Floral Park, N. Y Slcdjeski, Helen M., ' 54; Harvev Hall Slesinger, Liane C., ' 54; 505 West End Ave., New York N. Y. Sloane. Joyce G., ' 52; Alumnae Hall Sloate, Gabrielle B.. ' 52; 356 Wend Ave., New York N Y Smith. A. Russell, ' 54; 58-22 Little Neck Pkwy., Little Neck! Smith. Catharine. Spec; 5-B Jackson Ct., Hempstead. N Y Smith, Clyde E.. ' 52; 195 Greenwich Ave., Roosevelt. N Y Smith. Eugene J.. ' 52; Denton Ave., New Hyde Park N Y Smith. James P., ' 52; 477 Plainfield Ave., Floral Park N y ' Smith, Jane. ' 54; 90-21 55th Ave., Elmhurst N Y Compliments of MIt+ag Methudy, Inc. Smith, Janet S.. " 55; 220-02 101st St.. Queens Village, N. Y Smith, Raymond B., ' 55; Box 102 Hickorv St.. Seaford, N. Y Smith, Ronald, ' 55; 32-24 208th St., Bivsidc. N. Y Smith, Walter J.. ' 53; 105-18 89th St.. Ozone Park, N. Y. Smithline, Elaine A., ' 51; Harvev Hal! Smits, Maria. ' 52; Har ' ev Hall Smolensky, Ruh A., ' 52; 322 W. Hudson St., Long Beach, N. Y. Snyder, Georgianna M., ' 54; 42-20 Kissena Blvd., Flushing, N. Y. Soard, John E., ' 55; 147-57 58th Ave., Flushing, N. Y Sobel, Judith H., ' 52; 440 W. 54th St., New York, N Y Sobel, Peter, ' 55; 131-60 231st St., Laurelton, N. Y. Soeltcr, Sigrid, ' 54; Alumnae Hall Solmo, Vincent J.. ' 52; 88 Hudson Ave., Roosevelt, N Y Solomon, Edith, ' 55; 118 Amherst St., Bklvn., N. Y. Sonken. Barbara, " 54; 608 Eastern PkwT., Bklvn., N. Y. Soper, Caroline, ' 54; 54 Wendt Ave., Larchmont. N Y Southlea, Wanen R., ' 52; 20 Ardslev, Garden City, N Y Souville, Eleanor, ' 52; 148 Euston Rd., Garden Citv, N. Y Spahr, Jean M., ' 55; 8 Michigan Rd., Bellerose, N. Y. Spandau. Betty Z., ' 55; Alumnae Hall Spatz. Iris, ' 54; 1416 Granada PI., Far Rockawav. N Y Speenburgh, Gloria, ' 54; 26 Kaeppel . ve., Catskill, N Y Spensien, Dannv G., ' 54; 5804 1 6th Ave., Bklyn., N Y Spiegel, Nancy A., ' 52; 748 St. Mark ' s Ave., Bklyn., N Y Spielberger, Richard, ' 54; 555 W. Market St., Long Beach, Spier. Barbara K., ' 55; 52 Kensington Rd., Garden City, Spier, Harold M., ' 52; 455 Schenectadv Ave., Bklyn., N Y Spitz. Barbara R., ' 55; 155 Eastern PkwT.. Brooklvn 17 N Y Springstead, Donald S., ' 55; 14-20 155th St., Whitestone N. Y. Squicciarini. Peter J., ' 52; 158-11 75th Rd., Flushing, N. Y Squire. James L., Jr., ' 55; 143 Locust St., Garden City, N Y Srulevitch, Sheldon C, ' 54; 232-14 Merrick Rd., Laurelton N. Y. Stalb, Douglas B., ' 54; 31 Long Dr., Hempstead. N. Y Staller. Joyce B., ' 52; Post Ave., Westbun, N Y Starkey. John B., ' 55; 580 Baldwin Dr., West Hempstead, Staszak. John H., ' 54; Ovster Bay Cove, Oyster Bay N Y Staubitser. William, ' 54; 92-24 245th St., Bellerose, N. Y. Stavropoulos. Anthony G., ' 55; 25 Kensington Rd., Garden City. N. Y. Stieglitz, John E.. Spec; 2 East 86th St., New York, N Y Stein. Elaine. 55; 405 East 56th St., Brooklvn N Y 28 Kilburn Rd.. Garden Citv. N. Y. Steinberg, Joseph. ' 55; 145 No. Cottage St., Valley Stream, Steiner, Alfred I., ' 55; 90-11 149th St., Jamaica, N. Y Stciner, Florence, ' 52; 548 Derbv Ave.. Woodmere, N Y Steiner, Manlyn, Spec.; 5 Stonv Rud Rd.. Great Neck N Y Sterner, William H., ' 55; 22-11 124th St.. College Point N. Y. Steinman, Henry M.. ' 55; 162 W. Park Ave.. Long Beach N. Y. Steinruck. Marlcne M.. ' 53; 198-45 Carpenter Ave.. Hollis. Say It With Flowers T. HENSSTENBERG Florists SONS G raham Ave.. Hempstead HE 2-001 1 HE 2-0468 N. Y. 178 Sliiii. VikIrv. ' i2; 2SS II.ulu Ave. New York. N. Y. Stern. M.iricrv. ' 54; 32 Kensington Rd., Garden City, N. Y. Stern. Marilvn, ' 54; 80-15 Grcenfell Ave.. Kcw Gardens. N. Y. Stern. Norma E., ' 53; 61 Plainficld Ave.. Moral Park. N. Y. Sterngold. Marjoric. Spec; 209 Salem Rd., Roslyn Heights. N. Y. Stevens. Etliel. ' 52; 386 . rden Ave.. Statcn Island, N. Y. Stewart. Brncc W., ' 54: Santini . pts.. Kast Hempstead, N. Y. Stewart. Rodncv P.. ' 55: 85 Wagon Rd.. Roslvn. N. Y. Stidd. Robert. ' ' i4: 102 E. Lineoln . ve.. Vallev Stream. N. Y. Stier. George ].. ' 53; 51 4tli St.. Glen Cove. N. Y. Stoeekle. TlionKis ].. ' 54: 4 ' -) Rogers Place. Floral Park, N. Y. Stolit kv. Herbert [.. ' 54: 64 Rrixton Rd., Garden Citv, N. Y. Stone, . delaide O.. ' 55; 26 East Wiiliston . ve.. East Willis ton. N. Y. Stone. Edward R.. ' 52; 277 Lexington . ' Wc, New Y ' ork. N. Y. Straehle. Roland G.. ' 55; Snnset . ve.. East Ouognc. N. Y. 215 2 1 1 1th Rd.. Oueens X ' lllage, N. Y. Strand. Peter G.. ' 52: 52 Carman . ve.. Cedarhnrst. N. Y. Strauss. Ilienz H.. ' 53; 85 05 Elmhurst Ave.. Elnihnrst. N. Y. Streek. Inge. ' 52; 34 Buckingham Rd.. Merrick. N. Y ' . Strelkowski. Florence E., ' 53; 9704 117th St., Richmond Hill, N. Y. Stuart. William C. •s4: " 5 S l an PL. X ' allev Stream. N. Y. Stubenvoll. fohn H.. ' 52: 191-23 114th Ave., St. Albans. N. Y. Stumpf. William R.. ' 54: " 96 Willowbrook Rd.. Staten Island. N. Y. Subaek. William. ' 54; Santini Apts., East Hempstead. N. Y. Sugawara. Kimiko (F). ' 52: 145 Roxburv Rd., Garden Citv, N. Y. Sullixan. .Mice .-K.. ' 53; .Muninae Hall Supraner. Robyn R. (Mrs.). ' 52; 22 Girard St., Bklyn.. N. Y. Susskind. Bettv E.. ' 53: 65 ' ernoii Pkwv.. Mt. X ' crnon. N. Y ' . 12 BroniDton Rd., Garden Citv. N. Y. Sussman. Howard. ' 54; 27 Maple Ave.. Cedarhnrst, N. Y ' . Sussman. foan R.. ' 54: 146 Seaman Ave.. Rockville Centre. N. Y. SutcliflFe. Robert E.. ' 53: 40 Beech St.. Floral Park, N. Y. Swan. Dallas. ' 54; 91 Sufl olk Lane. Garden City. N. Y. Swan. Doris M.. ' 54; 58 Weybridge Rd.. Mineola. N. Y. Swcedler. Joseph, ' 53; 685 West End Ave., New York. N. Y. Swcenev. Roscmarie B.. ' 54; 26-46 169th St., Flushing. N. Y ' . Swift. Roslyn. ' 54; 4 Glenwood Dr.. Great Neck, N. ' Y. Szafrankowski. Henrv F.. Spec.: 153 Lcverich St.. Hempstead, N. Y ' . Szafrankowski. Henrv. 54: 153 Levcrich St.. Hempstead, N. Y. Szafrankowski, Irene, ' 53; 153 Levcrich St.. Hempstead, N. Y. Taglianetti. Stephen C ' 54; 83 Marlborough Rd.. W. Hempstead. N. Y " . Talbot. Ellen B., ' 53; Rogues Path, Huntington. N. Y ' . Tamargo. Teresa A.. ' 52; 741 E. 22nd St.. Bklyn.. N. Y. Tannenbauni. Barbara ].. ' 53; 929 Mavfield Rd., Woodmere, N. Y. Tannenbaum, Richard. ' 54; 5 Tudor Dr.. New Hvde Park, N. Y. Tarver. Theodore T., ' 53; 118-03 202nd St., St. Albans. N. Y. Tatelman, Bernice M., ' 53; 2321 E. I6th St., New York, N. Y. Tatom, .Andrew J.. ' 54: 11 Crimson e. So.. Malverne. N. Y ' . Taylor. Barbara, ' 53; 63 Kenny . ve.. Merrick. N. Y " . Taylor. Jack C ' 54; 22 Richlec Gardens. Mineola. 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Charles, ' 53; 139-29 224th St„ Springfield Gardens, N. Y. Tilfanv. Helen G., ' 53; 112-26 197th St., St. . lbans, N. Y. Titus, Constance A.. ' 54; 6836 Clvde St., Forest Hills, N. Y. Tobiason. Rolf V., ' 54; 195 W. Smith St.. Merrick, N. Y. Tomick, Charles ]., ' 54; 10 Governess Ct., Great Neck, N. Y. Tonelson. David, ' 54; 45-26 41st St.. Long Island Citv, N. Y. ■I ' orme ' . [ohn [.. ' 54; 84-27 90tli St., Woodhaven, N. Y. Tortorici, N ' incent A., ' 54; 86-37 I23rd St., Richmond Hill. N. Y. Toscano, Mrs. Elizabeth, ' 51 Totans, Louis A.. ' 52: 79 So. Grand Ave., Baldwin. N. Y. Tracey, John A., ' 53; 454 E. Walnut St.. Long Beach, N. Y. Tramontana. Josephine J.. ' 54: . himiiae Hall Trentadue, Dorothv M., ' 53; 178-17 132nd Ave., Springfield, N. Y. Trilling, Sandra D., ' 54; 6872 112th St., Forest Hills, N. Y. Triolo, Peter. ' 53; 107 Lewis Rd.. Northport. N. Y. Troia. Joseph, ' 53; 18 ' atts Place, ' alley Stream, N. Y. Troiano, Richard, ' 53; 64 Hilltop Dr., Manhasset, N. Y. Trotte. Jovce M., ' 53; 249-14 86th Ave.. Bellerose. N. Y. Trotzkv. Doris R.. ' 52; 365 West End Ave., New York, N. Y. Trotzkv, Marie H., ' 54: 365 West End Ave., New York, N. Y. Trussel, Audrey M., ' 52; 9 Prospect Park W., Bklyn., N. Y. Trusscl, Helenc. ' 54; 1057 New McNeill Ave.. Lawrence, N. Y. Tnfano. Charies P.. ' 52; 8640 103rd Ave., Ozone Parle, N. Y. Turner, Robert II., ' 53; 120 Sockville Rd., Garden Citv, N. Y. _ Turner, Thomas, ' 54; 10 ' ashington St., Hempstead, N. Y. Twohig, Edward J.. ' 53; 89 06 210tli St.. Oueens X ' lUage, N. Y. Tyler, Marvetta. ' 53; 103 Wethcrill Rd., Garden Citv. N. Y. Udc, Ralph D., ' 54; " SVindsor Gate. Lake Success, N. Y ' . Ughetta, Mary M., ' 54; 33-12 85th St., Jackson Heights. N. Y. Ugwuanva. NNodi. ' 54; 242-01 Jamaica Ave.. Bellrose, N. Y. Ullman, Ruth, ' 53; Alumnae Hall Vaccaro, Carmine (M). ' 54; 85 Richmond Hill Ave., Stam- ford. Conn. Vagoun, Roland. ' 54; 30-13 150th PL, Flushing, N. Y. Vaio. Philip, ' 52; 107-62 128th St.. 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Paul, ' 54; 157-58 26th Ave., Flushing, N Y Warren, Dons L.. ' 54; 7613 97th Ave.. Ozone Park N Y Wassey, Patricia C. ' 53; 139 Broadwav. Lvnbrook. N " i ' Watkms. Cecil. ' 54; 146-13 106th Ave ' .. Jamaica, N Y Watkms, Pierre, ' 54; 26 Sammis PL, Hempstead N Y Wafral, Edward. ' 54; 15 Homan PL, Baldwin. N Y Wattley Everett ' 54; 10 " -05 142nd St.. Jamaica. N, Y Weber, Robert W., ' 53; 51 Woodland Ave., Rockville Centre. Weber Sadcth (Mrs.). ' 54; 160 East 39th St.. New York 16, N. . W cl:,er. ' irginia R., ' 55; 208-21 Hollis Ave.. Queens ' illagc. Weidler. Robert W., ' 54; 173 Buckingham Rd.. W. Hemp- stead, N. Y. Weidner, Eugene P., ' 54; Cove Rd., Ovster Bay, N Y einbaum, Carol L.. ' 54; 2 Orchard Rd., Great Neck N Y Weinberg. Irma M.. ' 54; 6316 Boelsen Crescent, Rego Park, W ' cinbcrg, Judith, ' 52; 524 Eairwav Dr.. Woodmerc N Y Weinberg. Rosalie. ' 52; 81-10 135th St.. Kew Gardens, N y ' Veinberg, Selma. 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Farmingdale, N Y Wesser Lawrence. ' 54; 38 Kansas St., Hackensack. N J West, Robert, ' 54; 47 Kilburn Rd., Garden Citv NY WMtgatc. William F.. ' 53; 2 3 Brompton Rd.. Garden City, Wcstin, Marie, ' 54; 45 E. Mosholu Pkwv., Bronx N Y Park ' N y ' " ™ ' " " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' • ' So- ' Ozone Wetzel Robert, ' 54; 5 Flint A e., Hempstead, N Y Whipple, Leroy E., ' 52; Crcedmore State Hosp., Queens Village, N. Y. f • . W hite. Constance A., ' 54; 20 N. Marvland . ve., Port Wash- ington, N. Y. White, Grace, ' 54; 130 Lawson St., Hempstead, N. Y White, John Jos., ' 52; 17 E. 61st St., New York, N Y White, John L., ' 52; 225 So. 5th St., Lindenhurst. N, Y. White. Lois C., ' 52; 156 ' erbenna Ave., Floral Park N Y White. Philip. ' 54; 88 Hillside Ave.. Verona, N J ' Whitfield. Peter A., ' 52; 1250 81st St., Bklvn., N Y Whitney, Alfred L., ' 52; 119-51 178th PL. ' St. Albans, N. Y Whitney, Paul W., ' 54; 40 Willow Ave., Hempstead, N. Y Whitney. Robert E.. ' 53; 40 Willow Ave.. Hempstead N Y Wiener. Barbara, ' 55; 147-38 71st Ave, Kew Gardens, N Y W lesc, Richard, ' 54; 207 Rintin St., Franklin Square, N Y W likes, William F., Jr., Spec; 229 Brixton Rd., S.. Garden Cit -, N. . Williams, Harry G., ' 54; 2369 Fowler St.. No. Bellmore N Y Williams. John F., ' 52; 24 Willets Lane. Plandomc N Y Wilmott. Gary B., ' 53; 5 Argvle Rd., Merrick, N " i ' " Wilson. Guy. ' 54; 129 Second St., Garden Citv. N Y W ' lndcrs. Meryl, ' 54; 181 Park Ave.. Williston Park. N Y W indhorst, Robert J., ' 54; 21 E. Beverlv Park, ' allev Stream N. . Winograd. Elaine, ' 54; 108-45 66th Rd.. Forest Hills N Y Wipfler, William L.. ' 53; 40-22 60th St., Woodsidc N Y Wise Roseannc ' 52; 125 Lenox Rd.. Brooklvn N Y Wittmann. Margaret E.. ' 52; 15 Kent Ct.. Rockville Centre N. . Wolanski, Agatha F., ' 52; 148 Brompton Rd., Garden Citv. N. . W ' olf. James D., ' 53; 825 West End Ave., New York. N Y Wolftcich. John. ' 53; 5 Fifth St.. Atlantic Beach. N Y W oik. Minna. ' 54: 22 Bulairc Rd.. 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