Alfred State College - Statonian Yearbook (Alfred, NY)

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T AN State University AGRICULTURAL AND TECHNICAL INSTITUTE Alfred, New York ,-,,,...a-"- V77 3' 5 I u - J I l 4 r r , P 'E-'. 11252 J f fi:!Z fa.Ef1., ' jfE'1i'1!,'agI,1 4 E ' if E : IE M :V " M Q 1 E! ' , I' - il , ' -'Efff:.,. , ,, 1 f Q -i'I'Y'.',"f.'V.'r" l "f ." W 7 K rl S J2- ?-- ., "f ' - - JT Q, . . in , 7 4 ' Y' .f?'fu . - f C11-7 M . '--- -' K f 5 f f Hg Q' if if f' f , ' ni SY' N l , 2, X7 -If N I ' 4? W1 ? ,mp g M gr A 34 T! lf ii i 2 E if 9 ? Un ' f- ' f 7W, ,?gJ flf A q- LW 'ZZ lg F , X if 'fx X ,, 0 I k i 9,SlTY QQ' ,,U"f13 J' 'f., '11, D 5 2, 2 ,ul fig Q 3 -c A v cf' O YJ. fa, 9-,S -1:5 4 4 1948 fu' I 5 i -1 A . s I .- ii!! fy 2 4 12 5 .1 f 4 Z' Vx, 5,1 l T'-5 -L.. 'I' Y L -1 .4 lla-' ..' ,rr ig, 9 . :ff A -- P-Sf ' . ,. 1. f .'.41 ,Q Q-fimviii 5,1100 rpg Q 50913610 's 931613136 . f 3 A me El.: ' -J-'2"""' fw w 1954 DEIDICATIGN PAUL B. ORVIS , In recognition of his great contributions to the past and present students of our Institute, we, the Senior- Class of Alfred State Agri- cultural and Technical Institute, humbly dedicate this, the first edition of the Statonian, to our respected director, Mr. Paul B. Orvis. 4 Since the beginning of his Directorship in 1937, Mr. Orvis' accomplishments have been monumental. He is directly responsible for all of the student organizations in our Institute. Under him the student body has increased from 50 to 900. The faculty has in- creased proportionally and under his leadership, several buildings have been added to the facilities of Alfred State. 5 BEHIND THE SCENES -K , , . I knew I sh0uldn't have had that last drink! Wow, those crazy freshman women! I! if S" X. , A x 454-gy , 5 X . I - I n 1 I I k W A iw f f'- ' f "' , ' T3 X KA A j g- ri . 4 3:nJ You missed a spot over to the left. 6 Hmmm, I wonder what will happen if I turn this f FACULTY . .mv W N V gf D A 5 X 1 N I V X F ., 7 '- 'qs ' ., X, 2 5 , W V H ,- .fu I? 'muh' Ww.',.... -.,' , ..,. 1 IQ fm 1 15, bk 1 5, -ff- A' V H ! Q x! ' V ! N 4L.:EL4f?. I 2 l Q, 'b " , 0' . 'v 3. - ',, A-xx K - 'W I E I Ai , A Q ii. , V K 4 . X ' N05x I M t ,l . I 55 A41-Q, X Wx X ADMINISTRATION ,V . -..vw ---- .X 1 I tm H, 1--H """"""" is ' vi '- --"rj -' ' MR. PAUL B. ORVIS, Director Mr. Orvis has had a long and colorful career at the Alfred State Agricultural and Technical Institute. A graduate of the class of 1921, Mr. Orvis returned to Alfred State in 1929 as an instructor. In 1937 he succeeded Mr. Archie Champlin as Institute Director. 8 Walter G. Hinkle MH0 Vail Hall Assistant Director Smdem Personnel Shirley Wurz Dean of Women T. A. Parish ' Andrew Hritz Dean of Men Auditing and Finance 9 BUSINESS Seated: Andrew Hritz, Glenn Leathersicb, Ettere Gradoni, Lily Carter, George Morganfeld, Robert Wentworth, E. J. Brown. Standing: George Robinson, James Frick. AGRICULTURE . Seated: Eddy Foster, William Stopper, Louis Lougblin. Standing: Charles Cameron, Edwin Kinne, Wesley Parish, Erle Meyers. FARM POWER Seated: Milford Seamen, Philip Smith Harold Kroll. Standing: Robert Jones GENERAL EDUCATION Seated: T. A. Parish, Warren Bouck, James Leavy, Shirley Wurz. Standing: Mort Clark, Evert Pearcy. ---an-my FLORICULTURE Robert? Kessler, Wayne Carter, Vincent Smith. INDUSTRIAL Seated: Eugene Reynolda, Rodney Sherwood, Sidney Kelly. Standing: James Wilcs, Warren Soule, William Patehen. INDUSTRIAL Seated: Leon Lobdcll, Charles Edelman, Oren Worden, Samuel Hornbcck.-Standing: Harold Owen Matthew Burzyeki, Willxllr Getz. SCIENCE GROUP Seated: George Gregory, Robert Love, George Robinson, Era Scofield. Standing: Williurll llurker, Nathan Plan. 'NNFFNW 12 MAINTENANCE First row: Leo Dickinson, Joseph Auer, Clyde Yorton. Second row: Carlton Stone, Paul Reisman. Third row: Oscar Stuart, Leo Reisman. ll0USl'IMO'I'lIICRS, Il0S'l'I'ISSl5S Sculml: Mrs. Luuru Dclanly, Mrs. L. .l. llerry, Mrs. Ramona Ellis, Mrs. Ruth Jolmson, Mrs. l"lorcnce Dean, Mrs. lilizalxetli lleekman. Standing: Mrs. Nalalic Dielzel, Mrs. Mildred Baker, Mrs. Lou llill, Mrs. Donna Armunl. ' , IN MEMORIAM Mr. Harold J. Panter., one of the most loved and respected professors on the Alfred Tech faculty, passed away on October 28, 1953. Mr. Panter was born on October 22, 1895, in England. He came to Alfred in 1942 as an in- structor in the electric shop. In Junc, 1953, he joined the Diesel Department. Mr. Panter will be greatly missed on our campus for many years to come. 13 AFTER THE BELL RI1NTGS??? Mgmt Dig those crazy bell bottoms! Come on men, we're way ahead of them. ,f if , h . Q' Y You mean hc wasn't wearing his beanie? 0 V f 1. f v '?'--"'-M 1 V73 -11 Q ga- Play it cool, man! That's the last time I go horseback riding. 14 SENIORS 4 f i fk ,. 3' -- wif 1 ff, 5 , 1 7 5 'ui 1l"' A , "fZf'N7'l'l K x N my :QL I ,ffliLIJMQ1f9 Us ' ,Xxx ,f Y! . 4 V X aj f b f X I Y Wu H! 1,5 h w- gi i ij' 1'- N2 21 X I . if af. ' J X . - mu l 1. GRADUATING SENIORS WHO HAVE NOT HAD PICTURES TAKEN Fred C. Allen Boss Road R. D. 751 Marion, New York Mechanical Technology Gerald P. Baker 14-14 Washington Street Olean, New York Electrical Technology Howard Benjamin 132 Main Street Limestone, New York Business Raymond Bennett 9 Congress Avenue Saratoga Springs, New York Radio and Communications Charles K. Chubb Fairway Drive New Hartford, New York' Mechanical Technology William Clark 201 Mechanic Street Smithport, Pennsylvania Radio and Communications Howard E. Crandall Piifard New York Farm Power Machinery Peter Darling Van Buren Road Dunkirk, New York Diesel Michael Datsko Box 65 Culver, Pennsylvania Electrical Technology Louis Kohnen 34 Lake Streett Hammondsport, New York Radio and Communications Jack Layton Allegany Street Olean, New York Radio and Communications Charles Medlicott Box 126 Pearl River, New York Building Construction Kenneth Neilson R. D. 5542 Penn Yan, New York Diesel Floyd Reynolds Scio New York Farm Power Machinery Reginald Rupp Main Street Wyoming, New York Mechanical Technology Francis Shafer R. D. 543 Horseheads, New York Dairy Technology Donald Smith Dobbins Road R. D. 7551 Waterloo, New York Farm Power Machinery Rolland Thompson R. D. 7551 Hunt, New York Mechanical Technology Betty Ann Agnew 25 Meriline Avenue Newburgh, New York Laboratory Technology Edward H. Adams Olean Road South Wales, New York Animal Husbandry Theodore Adrian 321 Bodine Road Clarence, New York Business Nancy Albee 7 Fien Street Rochester, New York F loriculture Joyce Allport 410 W. Center Street Medina. New York Secretarial Keith Arzner R. F. D. 7542 Jamestown, New York Accounting John F. Astry Pine Street South Dayton, New York Building Construction Donna Archibald 1 Walnut Avenue Highland Falls, New York Laboratory Technology Q Jean Bailey Box 152 Albany, New York Medical Secretarkzl Louis P- Augusfini Herbert J . Baldwin 221 W- Water Street 803 Lincoln Avenue Oleanv New York Schenectady, New York Dwsel Refrigeration Edna Mae Ball R. F. D. ff2 Hammondsport, New York F loriculture Beverly J. Bartlett 72 Wellsville Street Bolivar, New York Salesmanship Salvatore Bartolone Joseph A. Bates 221 Hampshire Street Box 235 Buffalo 13, New York Campbell, New York F loriculture Radio and Communications 18 Maria Betuk Box 725 South Fallsburg, New. York Secretarial John Batta 46 Harrison Avenue Roseland, New Jersey Dairy Daniel Beckhorn R. F. D. i42 Endicott, New York Refrigeration Mario Bernardo 2506 Sherman Drive Endicott, New York Building Construction Barbara Bowe Nancy Helen Bren 242 Chilton Road 68 North Street Garden City, New York Attica, New York Secretarial Industrial Laboratory Technology Thomas Blackmer Honeoye New York Animal Husbandry wi. 1a,2u,m ve, 2 ' f Carol Lee Cahill Jean Dolores Capraro 4-334 Main S1-FCC! 1501 Mohawk Street Snyder, New Y0l'k Utica, New York Medical Secretarial Laboratory Technology . 19 Crystal Clark 213 South Avenue Elmira, New York F loriculturc Donald Bleistein 279 Lyndale Avenue Buffalo 23, New York Electrical Power in Forman R. Blankenship Fred Blechinger 34 Hnrtshorn Street Roscoe Hornell, New York New York Accounting Mechanical Technology -NW Alice Clements Telephone Road Caledonia, New York Secretarial Robert Blew Basoxn New York Farm Power Machinery Pegg? Clift Maria Colacicco Parish 753 Rutgers Street New Y0fk Utica, New York Laboratory Technology Laboratory Techwlogy 20 Hubert Boline Sonderheid Street Trucksville, Pennsylvania Electric Power Shirley Dolecki 139 Greenfield Street Buffalo, New York Medical Secretarial Kay Collins R. F. D. 544- Ellicottville, New York Laboratory Technology Donald Braun Box 241 Naples, New' York Building Construction Jeanne Cummings 14-1 Burroughs Drive Snyder, New York Secretarial Donald Brigito 113 Woodward Street Rochester, New York Refrigeration Donald Bradford R. F. D. 7541 Portville, New York Mechanical Technology Sonya I. Durfee Box 974 Perry, New York Business Gerald David Bulman Garnsey Road Fairport, New York Poultry Arlene Enedy R. F. D. fl Elmira, New York Floriculture Earl D. Brown, Jr. R. F. D. ffl Pine City, New York Diesel Veronica Ehresman 45 Cummings Avenue Silver Springs, New York Laboratory Technology Joseph W. Brush, Jr. 78 Sound Avenue Riverhead, New York Farm Power Machinery Alice Joyce Elliott 84 Pfohl Place Williamsville 21, New York Medical Secretarial Jared C. Burnett 206 Union Street Montgomery, New York Radio and 'Communications Nancy Farrell 121 Catalpa Road Rochester, New York F loriculture Lawrence Earl Burton 107 Campbell Street Bath, New York Mechanical Technology Marlene A. Faulkner R. F. D. ffl Mayville, New York Laboratory Technology 1' Z James E. Cady, Jr. R. F. D. fl, Box 165 Bolivar, New York Farm Power Machinery Mary Fragomeni 219 North Fifth Street Mechanicville, New York Industrial Laboratory Technology 23 .J . Allen L. Capwell Dale New York Farrn Power Machinery Sandra Joy Frankish Rushville New York Medical Secretarial Harry Butler Roosevelt Highway Kendall, New York Radio Joan Ann Ford 107 Linden Street Mechanicville, New York Laboratory Technology George Cohen 2531 East Seventh Street Brooklyn, New York Sales and Distribution Dorothy Fuller R. F. D. 7f3 Cuba, New York Laboratory Technology Norman R. Coleman 625 Yale Street Elmira, New York Accounting Violetta Glosser R. F. D. 7142 Fort Edward, New York Laboratory Technology John Cole 103 S. Brooklyn Avenue Wcllsville, New York F loriculture Zora Gatley Creek Road Barker, New York Secretarial Anthony Collea 513 Montgomery Street Utica, New York Radio V Roberta Glover 19 High Street Alfred, New York Floriculture Gerald H. Coye R. F. D. pill Naples, New York Sales and Distribution Beverly N. Goldrich 19 Sylvan Street Richfield Springs, New York' Laboratory Technology Charles V. Crist 109 Woodward Avenue Springville, New York Mechanical Technology Joan Helferon Box 155 Willard, New York Medical Secretarial Philip Danker 23 Main Street Hornell, New York Radio Nita Hellstrom 298 E. Chester Street Valley Stream, New York Secretarial Donald Dillon 144- Maple Avenue Medina, New York Accounting Anne Hershiser 206 Oakwood Road Wilmington, Delaware Medical Secretarial Donald A. Donovan 43 South Broad Street Wellsville, New York Accounting Gordon R. Dyment, Jr. 52 Parkway Silver Creek, New York Poultry X iii v ... -' I f' 21, 'Q' Wi? eff" - ' : LTL if , 'is ffl Patricia Hickey Frances Horton 14 Kenworthy Avenue R, F, D, ffg GICHB FHHB, New York Painted Post, New York Laboratory Technology Lqbo,-atmy Technology Paul Kenneth Edwards 29 Wilson Street Corning, New York Electrlkal Power Marion E. Hosmer Albany Post Road Garrison, New York Laboratory Technology Betty Johnson 124 Renwick Street Newburgh, New York Secretarial Allan W. Ellis Glenwood New York Business Stephen John Flowers 131 Westminster Drive Yonkers, New York Sales Althea Ann Jones 70 Liberty Street Jamestown, New York Laboratory Technology Richard Fote 729 N. Union Street Olcnn, New York Building Construction ly 5 f 2 were K ,I ,. , Roberta Kaufmann Buffalo Road Springville, New York Secretarial 'David J. Georger 328 Orange Street Rochester, New York Electrical Power Marion Joseph 181 Franklin Slreet Buffalo, New York Laboratory Technology Richard S. Giles R. F. D. ffl Skaneateles, New York Farm Power Machinery Rose Kessler 318 Warren Street Hudson, New York Medical Secretarial Richard W. Gillberg Modesto Girolamo Cal-glyn Jane Kiley ' 1127 Hoffman Street 1134- McQuade Avenue 318 Park Avenue Elmira, New York Utica, New York Mechanicville, New York Radio and Communications Electrical Power Industrial Laboratory Technology Melvin Gitlin Edwin M. Graczyk 19 Wheeler Street 539 Moore Sn-get Monticello, New York Albion, New York Business Accounting Shirley Kyser R. D. 52 Olean, New York Secretarial Alixe Langham Virginia LeClaire 816 Clairmont Avenue 2 Wagener Court Elmlfav New York Penn Yan, New York F 10" V-'Ulla' e Laboratory Technology Martin E. Grant Carolyn Lopez Lynn Loveland 512 Delaware Road Box 234- 130 Lincoln Street Kenmore 17, New Y0rk Savannah. New York Wayland, New York Accounting Secretarial Secretarial Howard Charles Grallrath 441 Titus Avenue Rochester, New York Animal Hiisbandry John Graser J0hIl Hamm Abbott Road 1154 New Scotland Road Hambur New York Slingcrlands, New York gs F loriculture Diesel x L35 Y, .. 341 ,e',5. wp , 1 . w X x . 1 A. Lou Davidson Lyman Anne MncAlpine Church Street 162 Princeton Avenue Livingston Manor, New-York Corning, New York Laboratory Technology Medical Secretarial Rudy E. Hansen Ehrhardt Road Orangeburg., New York Electrical Power Gaye Macllrair Box 707 Port Jervis, New York Laboratory Technology Robert Ileitzenratcr Holden Street Osceola, Pennsylvania Electrical Power Suzanne Kay Muthes 127 West Park Street Albion, New York Medical Secretarial Frank Herzieh 216 West 84111 Street New York 24, New York Dairy Science Dorothy MeCrca R. D. ffl Alfred Station, New York Secretarial "img, V. I Richard Guy Hibbard 62M Wheeler Street Deposit, New York Accounting Salli McElwain 110 Pine Avenue Kane, Pennsylvania F loriculture Richard Hohman 8 Garden Drive Rochester, New York Business Administration Delores Melntyre R. D. 53, Old Newark Road Lyons, New York F lorieullure Ralph August Howell Olean Road Chaffee, New York Animal Husbandry Bruce C. Hyatt 14- Hillcrest Avenue Ellenville, New York Business Alice Mae Middleton 7 Morgan Avenue Poughkeepsie, New York Business Gloria McKenna 124 E. St. Marks Place Valley Stream, New York Secretarial Seward Lewis Irland 28 Troy Street Seneca Falls, New York General Business Management Jane Moniz 26 Birch Lane Valley Stream, New York Secretarial Frances V. Morgan 112 North Street Elbridge, New York F loriculturc and Business Richard H. Ives Jack Jadkowski 21 Orchard Street 2 Whitman Street Wellsville, New York Hastings on lludson, New York Electrical Power Dairy Science Marilyn J. Morgenberger 1013 Elm Street Medina, New York Secretarial Margaret T. Mulligan Scio New York Secretarial John Paul Jellill' Robert Kaus 323 East Second Street 201 Lake Shore Drive, West Corning, New York Dunkirk, New York Business Meclzanical Technology 32 Kay A. Murray Graham Road Jamesville, New York Laboratory Technology Bruce D. Kear Box 234- Whitcsville, New York Farm Power and Machinery Jack Sheldon Kelly 20 Henrietta Street 4 Orchard Park, New York Business Donald Kewley 35 Water Street Gowanda, New York Business Joyce E- Neel' Madeline Nicotera Pine Slreet 766 Lansing Street W8llOn, New YOI'lC Utica, New-York Laboratory Technology Laboratory Technology Richard Kittleson Olean Road South Wales, New York Farm Power and Machinery Carol Oaks Joan L. Ortmann Oaks Corners Box 117 New York Hurley, New York Secretarial Floriculmre 33 Dea Page 804-'McKinley Avenue Rome, New York Secretarial John Kolata R. D. 3141 Olean., New York Diesel William E. Klenk Jack Knowlton 4-7 Parkside Avenue 73 Buffalo Street Hamburg, New York Hornell, New York Diesel Refrigeration .. f I nt, .y 5 'n.,,,,4,1 .5 A' ,? 3 Y - .,X,,. 1 W. Y ofwa' Tr., J f v , , f-w' wg ,HJ ,. 'F ' --w."'g'ff.l,-,-v X I 5 ,.. A., W ,KX In Patricia Patelunas 42 Highland Avenue Binghamton, New York Laboratory Technology Sheldon Labovitz 2332 Monroe Avenue Rochester, New York Diesel Clllrice Peck Thora Ann Percival 16 N. MHlD Street 6 Arlington Park Hemlock, New York Buffalo, New York Medical Secretarial Medical S961-egqriql 84 Donald Lake Cochccton New York Business Jack L. Lamphier 7 Grove Street Addison, New York Animal Husbandry Barbara Ann Pratschler Marion Pringle R. D. ffl Cape Vincent Port Jervis, New York New York Secretarial Laboratory Technology Rosita Recchia 925 .lay Street Utica, New York Laboratory Technology Charles Lehman Rnbert Leigh R. D. 7141 219 North Main Street Victor, New York Albion, New York Diesel Business 35 Marilyn Reetenwald 34 Cottage Street Dunsvillc, New York Medical Secretarial Joh n Loscnvio I8 Grove Avvnuc Norwivll, New York Elcclrirul I 'ouror Norm ll n T. lwncllnnald 24-0 lidgowood Avenue 'l'hornwoofl, New York Sulvs mul Distribution , N.. ,U , , X .Inml Loulsm, lhmlosh D1 lm-rg Romlmu 209 nl'l'l'llVi4'N' Avvnlu- I9 Wriglll Aw-mm Junwslown, Now York Auburn, N4-W York Lf""'V""'U' Tf'f'1""'lU!-ly Sul:-s mul Dislrilmlion Gerald lwnnlionc 65 Woodward Slrcc-L Rm-In-slvr, New York Building Conslrurtiun Lois Ruger ll. D. A12 Andover, New York Cvncrul Business Hurry J. Marino, ,Ir H3 llzlrlforfl Slrcol Rovllvsla-r, New York Animal IIIISINIIHIID' lwury llumbold 287 Whculliclml Slrccl Norlll Tomlwulldu, New York F loriruvllure Ralph Marks R. D. ff2 Groton, New York Business Jean Nlarie llumpeltes Ondaora Park llighland Falls, New York Medical Secretarial ,. .X Dion Michel 1700 York Avenue New York, New York Business Verna Janice Salde 406 Prather Avenue Jamestown, New York laboratory Technology Harold J. Miller 55 North Main Street Franklinville, New York Radio and Communications Audrey Saxton Arkport New York Laboratory Technology Allen Martell 39-56 47th Street Long Island City 4-, New York Building Construction Maryanna Ryder 512 Queen Street Olcan, New York Laboratory Technology Robin Miller 271 Oelxmun .Boulevard Buffalo 25, New York F loriculture Maureen Schumacher Kisco Park Mt. Kisco, New York Merlical Secretarial I Wilson Miller Henrietta New York Animal Husbandry Christine Sehwed 773 Main Street Ebenezer 211-, New York Accounting Robert Gerald Moore Crosby Road Bnsom, New York Farm Power and Maclzinery Irene Seidemun 12 Owego Street Utica, New York Secretarial David W. Morey 21 Columbia Boulevard Kenmore 17, New York Sales and Distribution A. Yolande Shearer 8008 Stephenson Avenue Niagara Falls, New York Secretarial Donald P. Nueye 61 North Main Street Marion, New York General Business Sandra C. .Simon Box 232 Central Square, New York Laboratory Technology Lawrence Ncu 126 Stevens Street Wellsville, New York Electrical Power Donna A. Slutt 7 Orchard Street Cunisteo, New York Mcflical Secretarial Waldo Newell 24-9 High Street Hornell, New York Diesel Nellie Socala Prattsburg New York Industrial Laboratory Technology 39 'ff Q A im Donald Norrgard 2250 Chatterton Avenue Bronx 72, New York Building Construction Faye Irene Spicer 27 Cushman Street New Berlin, New York Medical Secretarial Edward W. Oehlbeek 28 Loderdule Avenue Rochester, New York Animal Husbandry Anne V. Spink 419 Sherrill Road Sherrill, New York Meflical Secretarial Frank Olivieri 12 Wood Street Batavia, New York Agronomy Thomas F. 0'Leary 112 North Thomas Avenue Sayre, Pennsylvania Meelzanical Technology Ruth E. Strnnigan 34 Alhermarle Avenue Valley Stream, New York Laboratory Technology Richard Ostrowski R. D. W2 Bath, New York Agronomy Margaret Ann Thom Dorothy T,-cudwcll 252 76111 Slfcet 732 Pasadena Avenue Niagara Falls, New York Niagara Falls, New York Secretarial Secretarial William Patterer 85 Swift Street Waterloo, New York Radio and Communications Loretta T roisi Retsof New York Accounting Ronald Peer 710 White Street Canandaigua, New York Radio and Communications Esther Vossler Box 243 Scio, New York Medical Secretarial Richard Pepcr 195 Pine Brook Boulevard New Rochelle, New York Dairy Science Barbara M. Tuttle R. D. fl Dundee, New York Secretarial 'Harold W. Pettierew 3024- Lake Street Elmira, New York Electrical Power JoAnn Wadsworth 4 Prospect Avenue Clark Mills, New York Medical Secretarial R. Ailene Williams 109 West Main Street , Friendship, New York l Laboratory Technology Dean R. Piatl: JUYUCS D- Pill!-I Christine Walter 29 West Avenue 26 Main Street 60 Garfield Avenue Arkport, New York Al'lCPOfl, New Y0l'k Valley Stream, N. Y. Building Construction Building Construction Medical Segregarigl Patsy J. Pugliese, Jr. 42 North Ilelmcr Avenue Dolgevillc, New,Y0rk Mechanical Technology Warren C. Purdy 9 Alexander Avenue Harrison, New York Sales and Distribution Nancy Wilson Frances Eileen Young R- D- in 5 Pleasant Street Albion, New York Peru, New York Medical Secretarial Laboratory Technology George Rudder Clinton Street Lanen s ter, N ew York l Dairy Science Richard Runsley James K. Ruhr R. D. 7'f3 9 Belden Avenue Sodus, N cw York Radio and Communications Wellsville, New York Farm Power aml Machinery Frank Raab, Jr. 538 East M2 Slreel Bronx 54, New York Animal Husbandry William 'l'. Reinagel Charles A, Kool 82 Oriole Slrcel. R, D, ffl Rochester 13, New York Addison, New Ynrk General Agriculture Animal Husbandry Wesley A. Rouse Robert John Runge 125 Tracy Avenue Ehrhardt Road Belmont, New York Pearl River, New York Agricultural Business Farm Power and Maclzinery Thomas Schiefen 555 Cedurwood Terrace Rochester 9, New York Agricultural Business William E. Russ llehron Farm Porlugeville, New York Farm Power and lllaclzinery Charles B. Sundway, Jr 155 Eastland Avenue Rochester 18, New York Building Construction Robert K. Sehlotzhuuer, Jr. 1 Clinton Street Canujohnrie, New York Diesel Roger Shay ll. D. if2 Dansville, New York Animal Husbandry N k James C. Schreiner 12 Fnssett Lane Wellsville, New York General Business Management David Sharp 171 Merrick Street Rochester, New York General Agriculture Richard Shuart R. D. W2 Hammondsport, New York Floriculture 44- David H. Slaybeck 115 Northwood Avenue Silver Springs, Maryland Aninial Husbandry Richard C. Sigafoos Mayville New York Agronomy Edwin J. Simonson R. D. !f2 Hammondsport, New York Meclzan ical Technology James Smith 11 Marshall Avenue Horncll, New York F loriculture James Alexander Spear 65 Maple Street Hudson Falls, New York Electrical Power Richard L. Srozyk West Genesee Street Road Auburn, New York Mechanical Technology Gerald A. Spitz 4- Gibson Street Bath, New York Mechanical Technology Emil ll. Szulucll l00-1- Erie Avenue Niagara Falls, New York Diesel John Tyler llox 289 Angola, New York Flmiculluro Gerald Volpe 33 llecellwood Avenue Ronald Wurxuer 6l Franklin Street Port Washington, New York Cana,-uugus, New York Sales and Distribution Harold l'. Wnrrmock 186 Palmer Avenue Kenmore l7, New York Sales uml Distribution Radio and Cnmmunirulions Carl Weaver 36 Concord Place Snyder, New York A nimal 'Huslzamlry James A. Traplmgen Seneea Caslle New York Farm I 'uwvr and lllaclaillery John Vogt 52 Collage Slreel Dunsville, New York Dairy Sriencc Richard Wieiscr james Wlyieqelcr McKmloy Purkwuy 208 C4,nu,r Simi Ilumlmrg, New York Olcun, Now York F luriculturc Diesel Raymond Wocrcl South Dayton New York Radio and Conununications Frank S. Zappia l3l Wcsl Sherman Avcnuc Newark, 'Now York Accaruzting Dllllml R- Willis Phillip l.. Willlilllkll Vcslul 23 Milton Slra-cl NOW Yflfk llclmonl, New York 1'2lrln Power and lllmrllilwly Business 47 John Leslie Yost l700 Almond Slrcul Williamsporl, Pmmsylvuniu Refrigeration Richard Edwards R. F. D. WI Allicu, New York Animal Iluslnuulry llichnrcl L. Slnllorrl Sllcrhurnc New York Mecliarlical 'fnclmology David H- Payne Willinni Wiley R- D- W1 Slar Route Andover, New York Woodbournc, New York Aflimal HUSl'a"d"y Electrical 'Fcclmology A ,f . i Z . , f 1:- Z J-A S lg ' 4'-all l 1 Q X Qs ,x"5W Q i if N Lg '- J 1 L. . ff.fwfJ+. Tl ' X. Z ix :X Ni gf , 1 ' ' 48 JUNIOR CLASS 9-fvx JUNIOR CLASS - First Row: S. Roheg J. Shoulterg B. LaQuayg A. Martyniakg E. Srokag B. Deang M. Strongg H. Benjamin. Second Row D. Perkineg L. Grayg J. Schoonmakerg K. Perkinsg I. Hughesg C. Hanseng J. O'Shea. Third Row: F. P. Lund: G. Rad der: R. Van Antwerpg R. Ordinayg N. W. Bane: C. H. Bauerg R. Cumber. Fourth Row: J. Wyantg C. R. Medlicottg R. Fentong G. Wagnerg G. Powellg R. Rupp. Fyth Row: R. C. Schumeng R. Thompsong R. Montzg P. Weberg L. Sher- oshick. ' - E .L 51, xx. ,N - 7: 1-rx A K egg: YC. YV "3 N51 xx ' Hpf' " ,, .W A . vw AW, S5 . R ' X' 4 L H 4' "LE f ..g. N . , R. 4: C I 419 yy.-r FRESHMAN CLASS I First Row: V. H. Burrowsg R. Duvisg G. C. Brittoong G. H. Bantag R. C. Behnkg S. O. I-Ianseng L. B. Greeng M. Con- norg D. A. Pctrellig J. Taylorg S. Gilherlg R. Teelerg A. Zyillerg J. 'Martellug P. Orviog M. Foxg G. E. Popenheiserg L. Russel. Second Row: H. Harcllisong C. W. Burnsg N. L. Riceg W. Mcadg J. Marshullg S. Rickurdg A. Christiunseng G Cilliandg L. Leeg M. J. Hudsong J. Hallg J. Seignlg P. Sehenkelg A. Binghamg J. Konzeng L. Rolhg P. Trowbridgeg E Roscog J. Richmondg J. Roweg D. Holzer. Third Row: S. Hinmung J. LaFevreg R. Gravesg L. Sivillog O. Dcrxg N Paullg J. Ruyg V. Smithg P. Shermang K. T. Bauligg P. Pursonsz, K. Busbyg R. Gawareckig J. Campbellg N. Riordnng J. MueDonaldg K. Baldwing R. Youngg B. Buuseg S. Thayerg J. Sngarcse. Fourth Row: J. Alleng H. Lncyg N. Jaeksong P. Staleyg M. Beckerg G. Probslg V. Davisg K. Wndeg T. Beebeg S. Drukeg B. Tuftg M. A. Basinskig G. Burnhamg L. Cibsong V. Wolf: J. Poppg M. Driscollg S. Murling B. Schustcrg C. Sewardg J. Giffordg A. Bertch. Fifth Row: L. Krizmun M. Almeterg E. Lulhropg J. Vundcrlipg A. E. Ausling N. Meyerg M. Berryg S. VanAukcng S. Stuleyg M. Roberts Sixth Row: B. Ceelg M. Beoirabergg S. Foolcg E. Breluuunng L. Jolmsong L. Jamesg D. Wikling J. Rolfeg B. Enriglitg M. L. Kerschg C. Sehoppg B. Brestg A. Warningg L. Lcitnerg J. L. Burdettg D. E. Birdg M. A. Bailcyg E. Ilurmung D. McGcorge. Seventh Row: S. A. Youngg A. F. Bourkeg B. A. Biltnerg L. J. Winlcrsg J. C. Parishg D. A. Irwing J. H. Wiltwekg A. L. Johnsong P. A. Carrg A. Evcrhartg M. L. Glenng S. Oslmorneg C. A. Slonlxamg V. Levineg M. A Sapienzag N. J. Walkerg D. K. Dostcrg P. L. Boeheimg J. Milehellg T. Scorsoneg V. Militello. FRESHMAN CLASS FRESHMAN CLASS II First Row: E. Kellerg H. Rollsg J. Stnmpg J. F. Stehlerg J. E. Culpg L. Szmfordg R. Marling R. Falkg B. Ruttyg D. Rullyg R. Rogersg J. Burkleyg B. Zieglcrg R. Slamng T. Syracusag G. T. Clarkg G. Newcombg D. Gustafsong R. Hanu- ding C. McMnslerg B. Bnlmus. Second Row: II. Gjormandg J. Larsong J. Hopkinsg R. Coyg L. Danskyq M. Cooke: L. Snyderg II. Blcwg R. Throopg G. Wullong W. Hnstingsg A. Shermang E. Mayperg P. Orviog P. Livechig J. Gosllcyg J. Goslleyg G. O'Brieng C. Dnhcrlyg J. Yundag C. II. Shakeshaflg B. Greene. Third Row: W. Hillg C. Fenncrz, J. Jamesz, M. A. Petersg D. Springallg N. Richurdsg W. Tuteg D. Cussidyg N. Snyder. B. E. Shoveg C. D. Olmstcudg R. Souleg B. C. Echeitq R. Livingstong E. Larking M. Cairneg II. Schcnkg B. McCarthyg C. T. Richardsong D. C. Ruggg T. Kraemcr. Fourth Row: T. Kunegog L. G. Stonlg D. Corncllg W. Koscicnoukg R. Sawyerg C. Spurksg P. S. Pethg F. J. Buettnerg D. McDonaldg R. Pfifferg T. Puidhmnmeg R. Margesong C. Cf Grecng D. Burgerg W. Brooksg D. Mooreg D. Robcrtsg R. Woodg H. Senysloekg O. Luwrenzg R. Osborng F. Koblich. FUth Row: F. Smilhg G. H. Blissq R. D. Andolshekg D. H. Rillong J. J. Carofalog J. D. LaMoll1cg G. D. Robesong B. Alexundcrg B. Shuarlg J. Spiccrg F. Scliocfllerg J. Bossg C. Luwyerg D. Nilcsg J. Wright: B. Doobining M. Farnlmmg R. Riedingerg F. Alleri. Sixth Row: M. Morleyg D. Aurong L. Sladyg D. Blashnwz, W. Holmbergg R. Millcrg J. T. Gilesg C. E. Spragueg J. M. Roberlsg D. L. Sehumeg H. Morseg R. Lindermung E. Briggsg B. Alperlg J. Jacksong D. Lindg D. Zencliung W. Leopoldg G. E. Smilhg W. Crossg R. Mucker. Seventh Row: E. Tallmung H. Huusg K. Reynoldsg R. Fultong R. Diclasg J. L. Pulumbog A. A. Baxendcllg W. E. Nicker- song A. Chilsong R. Turncrg R. Whealong J. Riehlerg R. Dunng J. Youngg R. Mecseg J. R. Smithg F. Stabbinsg R. Rossg E. L. Clluling J. A. Comesg L. Melbyg L. Stuuffer. F? .yy . S. Smithg R. Braung L. Slekloffg K. Warnerg J. H. Sllearg M. J. Wulshg M. Schultsg F. Washburng M. Pisag H. Beekerg .-T1 H QELP1 5 fm LM V:-'Y ORGANIZATIONS f , ilk? X -.5-,,-3 The Intramural Board meets once a month and when a protest arises concerning an intramural game. They take up any problems concerning the scheduling of the games, and at the end of each season present the winning teams with their tro- phies. Their current activities include basketball, volleyball, and softball. Hopes are held for an intramural football league next year. l W'OMEN'S COUNCIL First Row: B. DiGangi, Sec.g P. Pate lunas, Vice-Pres., M. Schumacher, Pres. C. Peck, Treus. Second Row: D Dosterq P. Staley, L. Troisig G. Gil- liundg 0. Derx. Third Row: P. Carrg D Fariueckg N. Graham, R. Kessler. INTRAMUR AL BOARD D. Pasielskig B. Dean, Vice-Pres.g J. Wheeler, See., A. Chilsong W. Havens, Advisorq L. Augustini, Pres. i The Women's Council was formed last year when both schools agreed that it would be to their advantage to have separate organizations for governing the girls on campus. The sixteen repre- sentatives are elected by the residences, and meet weekly. During the year, the Council sponsored the big sister program, a formal dance, a faculty tea, and the Senior-Freshmen banquet. First Row: D. Wilkiilg S. A. Youngg J. Siegel, D. Irwing A. Clements, Pres. Y. Shearer, Sec.g N. Albee, Trens.g D. Arehibaldg A-. Austin. Second Row: E M. Graczykg M. A. Rumboldg N. H. Brcig J. A. WUdBWOFlll1 A. V. Spinkg J A. Vanderlipg A. Saxtong H. Lacyg M. Joseph. Third Row: D. Dunn: R. Blew E. Szalachg J. A. Speurg F. Rnbbg M. Lenkg G. Rndderg T. Prudhomme. Fourth Row: E. Srokag R. Didasj L. E. llurtong B. Ilunlingtong L. Frisbceg D. Anderson: C. Hughesg J. LaMotheg P. Weberg W. Gay. x FROSH COURT The Frosh Court is a group made up of the members of Sigma Tau Epsilon Honor Society. Their duty is to correct the ways ofthose freshmen who neglect to wear their beanies, and who make the mistake of being nasty to a senior. 53 3 STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council is an or- ganization madc up of represent- atives from each house, club, and dormitory in Alfred State Tceh. It is in operation to solve student problems, promote and enlarge club programs, and to foster bet- ter relations among all students. This year the Council got an Ag- Tech newspaper and yearbook started, published a student di- rectory, sponsored the Fall Festi- val and lilarvest Ball, and worked in general for the benefit of all those in the school. 'VL' ' ' V. Ehresmang A. Y. Shear Goldrichg .A. MaeAlpine J. D. Cnprnro. N, , li W, .lkp crg J. F. Astryg B. N ,- The Interfraternity Council is the governing board for the nine member fraternities of State Tech and Alfred University. They make and enforce rules for situations of common interest to the fraternities. Last Spring the Council set up a steering committee to help the new pledge fraternity, Kappa Sigma Kappa. This year the Council sponsored the Interfrater- nity Ball, with music supplied by Sauter-Finnegan and the Orchestra. INTER COUNCIL First Row: N. Morrell, D. Sehelkcrg II. Cosolitog Dr. M. J. Rice, Advisor, D. DeC0ursey, Pres., F. Ryderg D. Arm- strong. Third Row: R. Wertzg P. Hed- gesg L. Minlhorneg A. Gettog H. Millerg Mr. Crowell, Advisor. After the split from the University last year, the two State Tech sororities joined forces and organ- ized a State Tech Intersorority Council. Com- posed of representatives from Pi Nu Epsilon and Alpha Beta Chi, its purpose is, to bring about a better understanding between the two sororities. Throughout the year, the Council makes the rules for pledging, takes part in the Intersorority Ball with the University, and sets dates for rush- ing parties for freshmen and senior girls. INTER SORCRITY COUNCIL First Row: C. Page, Vice-Prcs.g M. Fragomeni. Second Row: N. Graham, See.3 J. L. Rindoshg A. A. Jones: J. M. Allport. Third Row: L. Lovelandg D. Treadwellg M. lleluk, Trcas.g N. Albee. Pres. E ff .ig Q, .fpm 'Nr 1 FRATERNITY Warnrmckg F. llleehinger. Second Row: D. Stafford, II. Smallg J. Lawson, B. CANTERBURY CLUB The Newman Club, affiliated with the National Newman Club Federation, is the Catholic stu- dents' organization on campus. Its purpose is to enrich the spiritual and temporal lives of the mem- bers through a program of religious, intellectual, cultural. and social activities. Club meetings are held every first Thursday of the month. Activities consist of lectures, Communion Breakfasts, panel discussions, dances and the issuing of a local news- paper. The President of the Club is John Bartholc- First Row: R. Youngg N. Meyerg M. Joseph, Pres.g R. Wolf. Second Row: K. Murray, Sec.-Trcas.g C. Zwickg J. A. Spear: S. Martin. The Canterbury Club is a religious club primari- ly consisting of Episcopalian students from both campuses. They have a business meeting each month after Holy Communion. They sponsor a Holy Communion at Belvadier, attend division conferences and sponsored a clothing drive for Korea. NEWMAN CLUB UICWC. First Row: M. Berryg M. Pisag D. Far inechg N. Riordang R. Gawareckig V. Militellog G. Burnham. Second Row: M. Driscollg N. Farrellg K. Bauligg B. En righlg P. Shermang K. Wadcg M. Bas inski. Third Row: T. Prudhommeg M Sapienzag J. LaMothcg F. Altcrig I Barkleyg A. Bourkeg G. Raddcr. SIGMA TAU' EPSILON ii tt V K First Row: A. R. MacAlpineg C. L. Cuhillg B. N. Goldrichg M. A. Hershiscrq A. Y. Shearer, Sec.g J. D. Capraro, Pres. Second Row: D. M. Fullcrg R. G. Hibbardg J. F. Astry: A. Williams, V. A. Ehresman. The recently organized honorary scholastic so- ciety of the Ag-Tech is known as Sigma Tau Epsi- lon. The members of the society consist of students who have shown the initiative to promote scholas- tic achievement, and the desire to help others to maintain high scholastic standards. This year the society has performed the judicial functions of the F rosh court, also, with a great deal of success. 4.-H The Varsity 4--H Club was formed in September, 1952, to further the interest in 41-H work on this campus. We formed judging teams which put on pro- grams for the 'councils of surrounding counties. Our activities for the year included a foreign student speaker, a county agent speaker, team trips, social hours and a booth at Fall Festival. Meetings were held on the first and third Tues- day of each month. B. Creeneg R. Edwards, A. Enedy, Sec., A. A. Langham J. L. Ortmanng R. C. Ostrowski, Prcs.g F. C. Olivieri. 56 First Row: R. C. Behnkg H. Baldwin, Vice Pres.5 J. Knowlton, Pres., J. Yost, Sec.g D. Brigito, Treas.g D. Beck- horn. Second Row: S. O. Hanseng G. A. Bliss, C. J. Zwickg I. W. Hughesg G. H. Bantag T. E. Kuotz. Third Row: D. E. Gustafson, R. Meeseg J. Gostleyg R. Dynng C. Dohertyg D. Krolak. .A..S.R.E. S.U.N.Y. Construction Club has a big schedule ahead. This includes guest speakers, movies, social parties, and field trips. Each year one 'project is done to improve the campus. This year signs were built. Less than a year old, the club has been well organized, purchasing club jackets, and competing in intramurals. The Alfred Society of Refrigeration Engineers is the departmental club of the Refrigeration De- partment. At their regular meetings, they have movies and various speakers, after which, refresh- ments are served. CLUB CONSTRUCTION First Row: R. E. Fenton, G. Manlmne, D. R. Piattg J. E. Astry, Pres., R. Foteg C. Medlicottg J. Piatt, Sec. Sec ond Row: J. G. Anderson, Advisorg F Schoelllerg R. Rogersg R. Margesong J Burkleyg P. Weber, Vice-Pres., D. Norr gardg C. G. Blood, Advisor. Third Row J. Speeiag D. Bruung C. Davisg C Sandwayg D. Walker, R. McDeavitt CONSERVATION CLUB First Row: J. Hopkinsg W. E. Nickersong F. C. Olivierig R. C. Ostrowskig A. A. Baxendcll. Sec- ond Row: B. Gracieg R. D. Sigafoos, Pres.g D. Cornell, See.-Treas. This year the Conservation Club has increased their membership and has had a large number of guest speakers at their monthly meetings. Their biggest project of the year was their Fall Festival outdoor conservation display. DAIRY SCIENCE First Row: E. M. Myersg F. Shafer, Treas.g G. Burnhamg J. Batta, Pres.g F. Herzich, Vice- Pres. Second Row: J. Cucaeeg D. Nilesg J. Wriglitg B. Doobining T. W. Doddg R. Riedinge. Third Row: B. Battug G. Radderg H. Gjonnandg G. Wrightg M. Farnhamg R. Teeterg M. Lenk. The Dairy Science Club has been quite active this year. Between their activities, they had a moving picture about agri- culture in Greece compared with the field in our country. They also had a speaker, Mr. Shuman, who spoke about dairy products, sales, the job of dairy inspectors and lab workers. 'WESTINGI-IOUSE First Row: A. D. Kelly, N. P. Weeksg G. D. Dim mickg J. Matuszewski. Second Row: R. L. Cole R. J. Wellingtong C. A. Reynoldsg D. W. Reyn olds. The Westinghouse plan is an idea which is meeting with increasing popularity on the State Tech campus. This is a plan which gives the students alternate six- month work and classroom experience. 5. i P.O.G.A.A..B. n The A. P. A. Club of Alfred is a relatively new club to Ag-Tech. It is formed of members of Poul- try, General Agriculture and Agriculture Business departments. It was formed to promote an interest in the many divisions of agriculture. Its main pur ose is brou ht about by activities of interest and benefit to al? members. One of the outstanding events of the year is the A. P. A. sponlsored and directed chicken barbecue durin the fa l festival. Thgy have scheduled speakers, movies and a proposed annual banquet for the future. First Row: H. Butlerg L. Stnuffer, Treas.3 M. Datsko, Vice-Pres.: J. A. S ear, Pres.g D. H. Ritton,Sec.Sccond Row: W. gVile 3 R. Heitzen- raterg H. Bolineg R. Ransleyg R. Pattererg R. Peer. Third Row: R. D. HansengB. E. Shoveg F. W. Stebbinsg J. R. Smith: A. W. Chilsong J. C. Burnett. DIESEL CLUB First Row: W. H. Newell, Treas.g J. P. Hamm: E. ' R. Szalaeh, Pres.g W. E. Klenk, Vice-Pres.g C M. Lehman, Sec. Second Row: R. Alpertg J Ejgang J. J. Ferri: J. H. Lawreneeg R. Abbott. Tzird Row: J. Lawsong J. L. Roweg R. E, De. Lamarterg D. Dunng E. Browng D. Burger. The Diesel Club is one of the best known clubs on the Alfred cam us. Most of this recognition was gained because of the publication of the club paper, "The Diesel Weasel." The Diesel Club is the only club on campus that regularly pub- lishes a pa er. The Diesel Club was also the only cljub represented in the annual assembly variety show. The club also held parties throughout the year. The bi gcst event was tl1e Diesel club banquet field in February. The plurpose of the banquet is to bring togct er the diesel students and men from industry so that they may exchange ideas. The ban- quet was a success as was the entire year for the Diesel Club. WE First Row: W. E. Niekersong A. A. Baxendell. Second Row: L. Stoutg F. Lundg J. Hopkinsg D. Rugg. ELECTRONICS CLUB A i quet. The Electronics Club is the depart- mental elub of the Radio and Electrical Power Departments. They have regular meetings and sponsor a picnic and a ban- First Row: B. Eckert, S. Titusg J. Coleg R. Shuart, Treas.3 R. Miller, J. Smithg S. A. Bartoloneg J. Tyler, Pres. Second Row: A. M. Enedyg A. A. Langham, J. L. Ortmanng R. Glover, R. J. Kessler, N. A. Farrell, C. J. Clark, Sec., D. McIntyre. I-IORTUS CLUB The Hortus Club is an organization made up of members from the Floriculture department. It was started to make possible a closer faculty-student relationship and also furnish a practical inter- change of knowledge in the F loriculture field. For education and entertainment, the club sponsors movies, speakers, parties, and picnics. RADIO CLUB The Alfred Radio Amateur's Club consists of active radio amateurs or persons interested in amateur radio, its betterment, and its advance- ment, and desiring to broaden our knowledge of, and further our mutual interest in amateur radio. Following this policy we hold classes in Inter- national Morse radiotelegraph code and F. C. C. regulations. The A. R. A. C. holds meetings at least once every two weeks. X First Row: R. F. Jones, Advisor, G. Newcomb, Treas.g E. Sroka, Pres., R. Blew, F. E. Reynolds, Vice-Pres.g L. Stady, Sec., R. Gilesg C. Bauer, A. R. Ru eg W. E. Russ. Second Row: J. E. Cady, D. R. Willisg C. Hansen, R. G. Mooreg D. H. Smithg H. Morseg C. Richardson, B. McCarthyg D. Mooreg E. Tallman. Third Row: M. Strong, H. Crandallg R. Lindermang W. E. Davisg D. L. Schumerg R. Kuselvrig C. Spraglueg B. Alexanderg T. Kraemerg W. Brooks. 'ourth Row: . Wheatong R. Cumberg E. Simonsg J. Boss, R. Turnerg J. Brush, C. Wagner, D. Andersong P. E. Yocherg J. M. Roberts. -4,-1...-1m..a M3-...-3. .4 l W. R. Pattercrg R. Peerg H. Butlerg R. Ransley. RURAL ENGINEERS The Rural Engineers Club holds its meetings the second Tuesday of every month at 7:00 P.M. The club has already taken a field trip to the "Massey Harris" farm machinery plant in Toron- to, Canada, and has had a stag picnic at the Sportsmen's Club, and a supper in Hornell. We also plan to have one or two more Held trips to Syracuse, and if possible, one to Harrisburg, Pa. Other social activities which will be held locally are a hay ride, ice skating, and bobsledding, speakers and films at meetings. COMMERCE CLUB COMMERCE-ACCOUNTING First Row: J. Jelliifg E. M. Graezyk, Pres., F. Zappia, T. Adrian, S. Irland, P. Winchell, E. J. Brown, Advisor, J. W. Frick, Advisor, M. Gitlin, J. A. Trippi. Second Row: D. P. Naeye, R. Marks, D. Donovan, C. Castro, R. Hibbard, W. Willey, D. Petrelli, D. Dillon, B. Hyatt, N. Coleman. Third Row: F. R. Blankenship, R. Braun, S. Smith, L. Krizman, A. Middleton, E. Harman, D. Bird, S. Thayer, M. Roberts, S. Drake, L. Troisi. Fourth Row: J. C. Schrei- ner, V. H. Burrows, D. Kober, J. Taylor, R. L. Martin, W. Hibbard, J. Young, P. Wheeler, R. Didas, R. Davis, K. Arzner. Fifth Row: G. E. Smith, R. Throop, H. Blew, W. Tate, L. Snyder, W. Charles, R. I. Marshall, J. R.- Marshall, J. L. Palumbo, R. Fulton, M. Cook, J. Shrey. SALES P COMMERCE-SALES First Row: J. L. Temperato, R. E. Sawyer, P. P. Warnock, D. W. Morey, K. Kelly, S. Flowers, R. B. Wentworth, Advisor. Second Row: B. Falk, L. B. Green, J. J. Mullaney, J. F. Stchler, C. Fenner, L. Dansky, E. Kerrea. Third ACCOUNTING The Commerce Club, the largest active club at State Tech, is composed of three divisions, Sales, Accounting, and Secretarial. The Commerce Club sponsors a Christmas party, a banquet, and a spring picnic. Row' J Bur ess' J C Britton' C W Barns' J E Cul , . . g , . . , . . , . . p G. D. Robeson, J. LaMothe, J. Harkins, D. Cassidy. COMMERCE-SECRETARIAL First Row: M. A. Bailey, J. L. Burdett, B. J. Johnson, Sec., B. J. DiGangi, Vice-Pres., R. C. Kaufmann, Treas., A. Y. Shearer, Pres., L. Carter, D. Bouck, G. Leathersich, Ad visor. Second Row' M. J. Walsh M. T Mulli un' J A. Ray, K. L. Warner, M. Shults, Me ler, J. Cilfbrdg J Richmond, R. Graves, G. Mor fenfelzlli Third Row: H. Becker, M. Almeter, K. Wade, Beebe, B. Baase, R Youn 1 J. MacDonald, K. Baldwin, B. Schuster, C. Sew ard, Jackson. Fourth Row: J. Allporl, A. Cle1nents,J Parish, D. George, L. Winters, B. A. Bittner, M. G Bloomberg, A. Bourke, D. Irwin, C. Sehopp, E. Lathrop P. Staley. TOR ECHO The idea for a student newspaper was so im- pressed upon 'the students that in the spring of 1953, the student council elected Mary Fragomeni as Editor-in-Chief to start the ball rolling for a school newspaper. With a staff of twenty-five members, the Tor- Echo made its initial debut with its first edition being printed on September 23. The Tor-Echo is advised by James Leavy and is under the supervision of the Editorial Board which consists of four faculty members and four students. mfs, YQ? Wlieeler. The name Tor-Echo derives its name from the Latin word, Tor, which means high hills and, Echo, which is used in the direct sense of the word. The present editors are Mary Fragomeni, Edi- tor-in-Chief, Lou Augustini, Managing Editor, Pat Werner, News Editor, Dick Cornell, Assistant News Editor, Joan Keeney, Feature Editor, Bob Dean, Sports Editor, Vi Glosser, Copy Editor, Gaye MacBriar, Activities Editor, Art Editor, Sonnie Simon, Wes Ackerly, Cartoonist, Ray Wood, Photographer, and Joe Marshall, Circula- tion Manager. can . MQ? 'T' First Row: R. M. Wood, P. A. Werner M. Frngomeni, L. Augustini, S. C. S1 mon, J. R. Marshall. Second Row: J Parish: J. Snyder, B. Goldrich, J Mitchell, J. Burdett, M. Bailey. Tlnnl Row: J. Young, R. Dean, B. Greene, B Eckert, C. Davis, D. Cornell, J STATONION The idea for an Ag-Tech yearbook was born in the latter part of the 1953 quarter. Jim Flana- gan and Frank Hammond, along with Professor Bouck joined forces to bring this idea into reality. Lou Lyman was appointed Editor-in-Chief, and shortly after, a contract was signed with the Wil- liam J. Keller yearbook Company of Buffalo. A staff was then appointed, with Bruce Hyatt as Literary Editor, Nancy Albee as Art Editor, Mary Rumbold as Activities Editor, Anne MacAlpine and JoAnn Wadsworth as Business Managers, and Bay Wood as Photographer. As the school year came to a close, the name "Statonian" was decided upon. By the time the 1953 Fall quarter had started, the "Statonian" had its own full time faculty ad- visor, Mr. James Leavy, a graduate of Syracuse University. As the yearbook work swung into high gear, two freshmen, Pat Trowbridge and Jerry Aroneseno were appointed Layout Editor, and Assistant Editor, respectively. Another freshman, Frank Sander, was appointed assistant photogra- pher. Mr. Grimm of Memory Studios, Hornell, was contracted to do the photographing of the First Row: K. T. Bauligg B. Greene. Second Row: C. F. Peck, R. M. Wood M A. Rumboldg J. Wadsworthg F. I. Spicer, P. Trowbridge. Third Row A Mac Alpineg B. Hyatt, L. Lymang N. Albee. seniors and faculty. On November 15 the first edi- tion had been met. The "Statonian" was prac- tically a reality. It is, therefore, with a feeling of pride that we, the Editors, present the first "Statonian,, to the students of Alfred State Tech. We sincerely hope that its publication will continue for many years to come. ., fi- f x - I TECHNICON CLUB o T First Row: ll. Geel: K. Chambers: ll. Lacy: M. Becker: P. Carr: H. Wittwer: A. Johnson: C. L. Cahill, Sec.: A. Saxton Pres.: J. Bailey: C. Peek: A. MacAlpine: F. Spicer: P. Schenkel. Secoml Row: L. Gibson: M. Basinski: H. Scott: S Rickard: M. J. Hudson: D. Inwood: ,l. Hall: P. Trowbridge: E. Bosco: D. Fuller: R. Wolf: M. Jose h: A. Williams F. Horton: A. Bingham. Third Row: P. Parsons: C. llush g C. Dann: S. Long: S. Foote: L. James: Brettman: M Peck: J. Sugurese: K. Murray: K. Collins: J. Po ip: A. Llenhartg M. Oshcr '. Fourth Row: Mr. Scofield, Advisor: ll Enright: N. D'0rtona: A. llerlch: S. Marlin: D. lgarineek: M. Driscoll: M. lkerschq S. Stale : O. Deric: L. Sivillo: A Martyniak: S. Dolecki: S. Simon: J. Siegel: Mr. Gregory, Advisor. FUN: Row: G. Gilliund: He pg N. Riordan: S Osborne: V. Levine: M. Glenn: P. Sherman: L. Lee: V. Smith: E. Vossler: N. Wilson: P. Clift: S. Fiiankish: R. Strani gan: L. Lyman. Sixth Row: A. Austin: J. Vanderlip: P. Giess: M. llruce: G. Werner: M. Wri ht: L. Dallmer: N. Walk er: D. Doster: V. LeClaire: C. Stonhum: ll. Goldrich: P. Hickey: M. Hosmer: T. Percival: Walter. The Teclmicon Club is composed of members of both the laboratory technicians and medical secre- taries who are interested in useful information concerning their field. This year the Teehnicons handled the assign- ment for Fall Festival. Movies, guest speakers, and demonstrations are held durin the year. The 'lechnieons also publish the "LaEorator" which is ' I a newspa er that informs alumni of the activities 'ts SPUUS banquet OU MHY 18- of the club and of other campus news. TOOL ENGINEERS First Row: K. Perkins. Vice-Pres.: S. E. Uorubeek. Advisor: K. Nutt: D. Stafford: L. Burton: T. D. Leuvy, Pres.: D Ordiwa : F. llleehinger, Treas. Second Row: W. Higginbothum: C. Grover: J. Davis: R. Wilson: F. Bossart: N. Socala N. H. lyfrci: M. Fragomeni: C. J. Kiley. Thirrl Row: J. Ballard: R. Pfiffer: G. Cooper: L. Lobdcll: R. W. Kaus: E. J Simonson: C. V. Crist: R. F. Ruwc: D. E. Bradford. The Alfred Society of Tool Engineers holds its meeting on the first Monday of each month. In addition to its regular meetings ASTE will hold two industrial meetings on April 12 and May 10 At these meetings eople from industries in the surrounding area will be present to discuss s eeific phases of industrial tooling. The ASTE' wid, hold The Horn and Hoof club consists of members from the Animal Husbandry department and any other interested students. It gives its members a chance to broaden their knowledge in the field through group discussions, guest speakers, field trips, and other club events. HORN AND I-IOOF CLUB First Row: C. W. Camerong E. W. Oehlbeckq F. Ruubg J. Shoulterg C. Root Pres.g C. M. Weuverg L. J. Loughlin. Second Row: R. J. Edwnrdsg A. C. Brock, Vice-Pres.: F. Koblichg W. Spuireg T. R. Blnckmcrg W. Millerg J. Lamphierg R. Shnyg R. Howell. Third Row: E. Tallmang H. Ilaasg M. Foxg C. Shakeshaftg C. Pierceg D. Payneg S. Grayq E. Roheg E. Shay. First Row: W. H. Carterg W. L. Bouckg L. Souleg N. Platt, Treas.g R. L. Loveg J. M. Leavy. Second Row: R. J. Kesslerg R. B. Wentworth, Sec.g G. R. Morgcn- feld, Pres.g E. D. Scofield. The American Association of Universi- ty Professors, Alfred State Tech chapter, is a professional organization of college teachers who voluntarily unite themselves for the betterment of the profession and their own self improvement. On this campus the A. A. U. P. is the only faculty organization which undertakes projects entirely on its own initiative. The offi- cers for 1953-54 are George R. Morgen- feld, presidentg Mortimer Clark, vice- presidentg Robert Wentworth, secretaryg and Nathan Platt, treasurer. 65 vg,...- Q. ' I ' '.l ' "" MIXED CHORUS VARSITY CHOIR First Row: A. Saxton, Accompnnist: C. Cornell: K. Collins M Becker See K Chambers I Calle L olmson H 9 , ,I 1 ,Q , Q ',. yi - J I - Lacy: P. Hickey, Pres.: R. Glover. Second Row: A. C. Cup- gndonia, Advisor: B. Shuart, J. LuMothcg F. Ilossart . Osborne: J. E. Konzen: L. E. Burton: D. Smith: F. Ruab. Third Row: R. Scholcs: ll. Doobining D. Shuurl D. P. Naeye: D. C. Beekhorn: W. Cross: J. Yunda. 1 MUSIC MIXED CHOIR First Row: Mr. Cup mdoniu: K. Collins: J. Davis: Lucille Krezmun: L. Stekloflg D. Inwood: M. Becker: J. LuMothe: B. Shuurt: D. Shuurt: L. Burton: D. Smith: K. Chambers: N. Jackson: P. Staley: C. Schop 3 A. Saxton, Accompunisl. Second Row: A. Williams: J. Lugevreg R. Graves: C. Wul- lcr: S. Osborne: F. Bossurtg li. Gcelg J. Wulsh: R. Glover: H. Lucy: Z. C. Gutley: A. E. Austin: R. Wilson: L. John- song V. Levine: A. Bcrtch. Third Row: F. G. Horton: S. Foatc: 'M. D'Ortonu: D. Ostrom: D. Dostcr: C. Cornell, Sec.: P. Hickey: M. Glenn: E. Rosco: L. Gibson: M. Bas- inskig J. Vundcrli 1: B. Enri ht: M. Peck: J. E. Konzen. Fourth Row: T. Moore: T. lgeebcg G. Cilliund: K. Wade: K. Warner: M.Joscph: D. Fuller: J. Popp: S. Martin: C. Dunn: M. Driscoll: P. Carr: M. A. Supienzug N. Walker: P. S. Delh: G. T. Clark. Fifth Row: W. Cross: A. L. Cup- well: A. Miller: F. Raub: li. Didus: II. Benjamin: II. Pct- licrew: R. Foteg C. Medlicott: K. Reynolds: P. Edwards: R. Giles: F. J. liucltncr: J. Stump. Sixth Row: R. Miller: E. Simonsong W. liurtlettg R. Scholes: J. Richter: B. Doobin- ing M. Cueuce: D. Kobcr: G. Egan: Nueyc, Pres.: J. Jclliffg D. Beckhorng C. Lehman: G. Spezzano: J. Ynnda. VARSTY CHORUS STATESMEN .-i-ffl STATESMEN d M C d i 1' : E. M a R. G 'sb-ll'I1 f- DPW mlm' Vail?-ll... Barrlilislmclzina B. Vogel, Vocalist, R. Lane. Second Row: II. Rittleri A- Shaw: D3 Smnh' Third Ruw: E. Whitney: W. Cross: P. Hickey. Puma: D. Herman. String Bass: P. Hedges. Drummer: B. TruvCZ- Absent: L. Johnson, Vocalist. ALL CAMPUS BAND Mlifl1TCllCSZ F. Bossarlg P. llurgerg D. Hapesg F. Seorsoue. First Row: W. Cross: F. Alleng F. Perryg li. Wllitliteyg J. Kleing A. Sherman: G. Filliandg G. Pop ianhonser. Seeowl Row: B. Rossg ll. Vailg D. Postg D. Godauisky: J. Durfee' R. Grassig H. Ritler. Third Row: A. Ca rpadonia, Direetorg P. Livecehig G. Goodwin: P. Dethg R. Powerig S. Dassanee' 1 s M. Sapienzag A. Warnin 'L F. Dulan. llbllflll Row: C. Nlaassg A. Shaw: L. Russellg D. Aarong R. Rohersong R. Frost' D. Herinang D. Jordan. Fifth Row: J. Oliverg ll. Eckert? R. Postg R. Wllca long D. llottsteiug J. COIIICSQ D. Payne. A mixed group of 90 selected students, the Glee Club tours throughout New York State. The Glee Club has a very large repertoire, and has proven to be a great success at its various concerts. As an added presentation, the Glee Club works in con- junction with the Trombone Trio. This is a trio consisting of Richard Fote, Wessell Cross, and Gloria Gilhand. HARM AN IACS Robert Slnrartg John LaMotheg Richard Shuartg Edwin Simonson. For a special musical treat at its concerts, the Glee Club has a "Varsity Choir" composed of the more talented and experienced members of the group. Two new groups which were just formed this year are the male quartet and girls' quartet. The male quartet is composed of Richard and Robert Shuart, John I.aM0the, and lfldwin Si- monson. Patricia llickey, Judy Konzen, Carol Cornell and Roberta Glover are in the girls' quartet. I-IARMANLACS DRAMATICS CHARLATANS 3' iz Mu 1 if X , J . 'g kt -M,,..3 First Row: L. Danskyg E. Lathro g A. Binghamg J. Sie elg S. Marting G. Radderg R. Marks, See.g L. Russell. Second Row: D. Irwing V. Militellog J. hearg K. Chambersg . Murra g F. Horton, Treas.g M. Jose hg J. Barkley. Third Row: M. Clark, Advisorg A. Bourkeg V. A. LeClaireg P. Cliftg Doleckig A. Martyniakg T. Trudhommeg D. Mc- Donald. The Charlatans are concerned with the production of one and three act plays, and as- sembly skits. This year they have presented "The Devil and Daniel Webster" as their one act play, and "Ah Wilderness" as their three act play. At the end of the year, the Charla- tans have a banquet where hits of the major triumphs of the year are again presented. The east of "Ah, Wilderness!" 68 Another group which works hand in hand with the Charlatans is the Modern Dance Group. This group, under thc di- rection of Mr. Clark, performs at assem- blies and throughout the various schools in the state. MODERN DANCERS First Row: P. Cliftg A. Marlyniakg R. McCoyg Sue Drake. Standing: R. Rossg C. Kileyg L. Danskyg J. James I"" :'f: Q ,-.,. pn 'F - ss. ,. ,Sf-f'1A.-fn, 1.15115 'MH' VW 1. 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Q X ' 1 X 5 PI EPSILON V Xl 4 2 X' First Row: P. Patelunasq C. L. Cahillg J. Wadsworthg Mrs. Delant 3 A. S inkg M. Schumacher. Pres.g D. Page, Treas.g J. Rum eltcs, Sec.g A. Jones, Vice-Pres. Second Row: S. Durfeeg Mclgennag L. Lovelandg N. Hcllstromg B. Boweg F. E. Yloungg A. Saxtong J. Caprarog M. Colacicco. Third Row: B. Johnson: J. Monizg N. Grahamg R. Rccchiag L. Lymang S. Simong A. MacAl ineg J. Ellioltg C. F. Pcckg A. Marlyniak. Fourth Row: J. Cummingsg A. Hcrshiserg M. A. Faulknerg V. J. Saldeg J. L. Pindoshg M. A. Ryderg M. Nicoterag M. A. Thomg F. I. Spicerg S. Doleckig B. Bailey. Pi Nu Epsilon was formed last year. It is the Beta Chapter afiiliated with Canton State Tech. Pi Nu has a brother and sister relationship with Theta Gamma. The two big dances which Pi Nu held during the year were the Showboat dance with Theta Gamma, and the Spring formal, which was put on by the sorority alone. b s X A P1 Nu participated ln the following events: In- tersorority Ball, Showboat dance with Theta Gamma, Pi Nu Spring formal, Christmas party with Delta Sig for Alfred children, and the Amateur Show in which they won first prize with Theta Gamma. 72 ALPI-IA BETA CHI gg First Row: J. A. Fordg C. J. Kilegfg J. M. Allport, Treas.g Mrs. Dielzelg B. DiGangi, Pres.g R. Kaufmann, Sec.g M. Betuk, Vice-Pres.g D. Archibald. econd Row: K. M. Collins: N. A. Farrellg F. G. Hortong D. A. Slattg V. B. Glosserg C. M. Lopezg M. Fragomenig R. Kessler. Third Row: N. H. Breig A. Clementsg N. J. Albeeg M. A. Rumboldg B. A. Pratsehlerg D. Treadwellg B. Agnewg Z. Galley. Organized two years ago, Alpha Beta Chi is the State Tech's first sorority. The purpose of the Sorority is to promote moral and social standards and to obtain a spirit of eomradeship. The activities sponsored by ABX during the year were: Intersorority Ball, ABX spring formal, Entertainment at Angelica county home at Chrlst mas, and the entertainment of orphans at Christ B11-9 mas Along with their brother fraternity, Psi Delta Omega, ABX also sponsored a Christmas Dance. .. " W , - 'fn 4 tmslgq. 73 PSI DELTA OMEGA First Row: R. J. Runge, S0fgC8Hl-Bl-ATIIIBQ T. R. Adrian, Treas.g N. R. Coleman, Pres., Timber, P. Warnock, Vice- Pres.g J. Knowlton, Sec.g C. B. Sundway. Second Row: J. W. Coo er: B. W. Huntington: J. B. Shoulterg F. Raab, Jr., House Muna erg S. Roheg L. Gray. Third Row: P. L. Frisheeg E. Oehlbeckg C. Davis, Social Chuirmang J. P. Battag D. Walker- Herzich Steward' G. A. Spitz. The house meetings are held on every Monday night at 7 o'elock. The activities of the house include social, ath- letic, and public welfare. We participate in all of the social functions on the campus, the five name dances, student council dances, such as the Christmas Dance. In the spring, the annual Spring Formal is held at the , El , w' m y X Qs Hotel Sheraton in Rochester. Various parties are held at all times of the year after dances and games. In the warm weather, there are picnics and hay rides. Dobson House and Psi D go to Stony Brook every spring. The desserts with the various women's houses begin in the fall and continue in the spring. Q ml , X1 Kiwi L? l 4? , , is .. f R ,. 11 " l 1 , . X ,, , 4. .5 . it '74 GAMMA THETA GAMMA First Row: R. Van Anlwer 1, See.g F. llleehingerg M. Slrongg J. Tylerg F. Zuppiag C. llauerg M. Cirolunio: R. Kaus: L. Augustinig M. llernurdog Youn s, Treas. Second Row: C. Rootg A. F. Colleng R. C. Oslrowskig S. A. llurlolonei .l. IG. Smlthg C. V. Cristg M. Gilling Georgerg D. Perkins, Vice-Pres.: J. Sehoomnukerg ll. l". IKIINVCQ D. W. Melsaul. Third Row: F. C. Olivierig C. M. Hunseng J. E. Cudyg D. R. Willisg R. C. Mooreg R. D. lilewg .l. V. Masong A. P. Lombnrdg E. Srokug R. Cuniberg D. Jonesg J. Loseaviog M. Lcnk. Gamma Chapter of Theta Gamma was org The highlight of the year was an all campus 5 S dance "Showboat', which was staged with the aid R! ilnized at Alfred in 1921 as a social organization. Y . . A X L wg v Y. ' .1 nr- ,ng Of Pi Nu Epsilon sorority. Theta Gamma won the trophy for the best booth at the Harvest Ball. .'...:.-' i.. ...A..g...' - .n.ru.-nzs.-1 sm: 75 Eight of the members graduated in December, leaving room for the new members who were pledged in the fall quarter. Considerable improvements have been made on the house during the year. All of the members are looking forward to a successful Smorgasbord and Clambake in the spring. KAPPA. SIGMA KAPPA. i , . . 2 if gf ti " V K . X fri Rs' First Row: L. Mallisong E. Brown, Steward: A. L. Ca well, Pres.g R. Dyment, Vice-Pres.g W. M. Sehryver, Sec.g H. Baldwin, Sergeant-at-Armsg D. Naeye, Treas.: R. Stafford. Second Row: A. D. Kell 3 K. M. Weaverg R. M. Woodg L. E. Burtong B. C. Hyattg R. Ransle 3 D. Dnnng P. A. Smith, Advisor. Third Row: A. Spear, Chaplaing S. L. Irlandg J. P. .lelliffg R. E. Delamarterg R. lyoteg D. Norrgardg J. C. Burnettg D. Beckhorng D. Bleistein. Kappa Sigma Kappa is an international fra- ternity founded on the concepts of true brother- hood. It has approximately 75 chapters through- out the worldg its membership consisting of prac- tically all the major races and religions of the earth. In this, our first full year of operation, a great deal has been accomplished. A house has been ob- tained and almost completely remodeled by the members. A full and well-rounded social life has been one of the keynotes of the school year at I 1 O vw ,i -- 1 YQMD If 'iv , 76 Kappa Sigma Kappa. The members are especially proud ofthe Sweetheart Ball, our big dance of the year. The efficient and profitable management of the dining club was due, entirely, to the Steward, and our cook. ' With a greater share of tl1e hard work finished, and a highly successful year behind them, this year's members leave with a feeling of accomplish- ment that can only come with working in a group. v ,,.ipL, " A ' 1 ' 1 1 ,v','gL,. Henderson House Kezla MacKenzie Rogebugh Pelton House rrrfffff x ik . Q Ag Qgxlcc ' W.. JS 4 I 3 . v- I X X 1 N I X' n . Qi 'if' I ffl , N f I fi? ' li! X ,ga Kkyxh I N , I I EKX I, 5 gil: j , T-d I L I I N. kmnigpjmp I I I 1 , J fi ACTIVITIES I 1 ff it J INDUSTRIAL BUILDING IDEIDICATION On September 30, 1953 Governor Thomas E. Dewey arrived in Alfred to dedicate the new State Tech Industrial Building. . Governor Dewey's speech, which climaxed the dedication cere- monies, was short and "off the cuff." Preceding Governor Dewey's speech were speeches by Mr. Paul Orvis, Mr. L. Jowie, Mr. M. Ellis Drake and Mr. Frederick F. Greenman. The dedication of the new building was held in connection with Hornell Industries Day. After the ceremonies the In- dustrial Building was open to the inspection of all interested people. mbusrnm. suutomo fy,- 80 INTERSORDRITY BALL In the carnival atmosphere of the Mardi-Gras the 1954- Inter- sorority Ball was again a great success. Sponsored by the four University and the two State Tech sororities, the Ball is classi- fied as one of the big social events of the year at Alfred. This year the couples, bedeeked in masks, danced to the music of Al Checei and his band. FALL FESTIVAL The science department demonstrates a kymo graph "Hortus lnc.", the florieulture display One of the various science department displays FfVMGC'7f'XP H e L -a,45Pf'i1'i2f?5'-'f The animal husbandry display 82 f I Physics department display The science department demonstrates the find- ing of the busul metabolism rate Psi Delta Omegzfs Hrst prize lawn display -4. M BASAL W l ABOLISM Kappa Sigma Kappa's second place lawn display "Operation Friendship," sponsored by the Con- servation Department , . -1-' f J' .I , . ' . E V' .' v 'PJ , , The business department displays for the Fall Festival. These and many other colorful displays were presented at the State Tech Gym. This year Alfred State Tech sponsored its seventh annual Fall Festival which again was a great success. The students and faculty worked side-by-side preparing for the two day exhibits to which area high schools, industrialists, and parents were invited. Shops, laboratories, and classrooms were open to provide information concerning the work in the various fields. Exhibits, displays, and demonstrations of farm machinery, business, agriculture, industrial shops, science,and floriculture were open to the inspec- tion of the visitors and guests. The Fall Festival was formally opened with a variety show staged by the students. The Harvest Ball, the big dance of the year for the socially minded State Tech student, brought about a climax of the activities which closed the Fall Festival of 1953. While Tommy Tucker and his great band provided the music, the climax of the evening was thc crowning of Barbara Di Gangi, the Harvest Ball Queen of 1953. 84 The Queen and her court: Nancy Albee, Alice Clements, Queen Barbara Dicnngi, King Dave Slayback, Anne Martyniak, and Barbara Bowe. WINTER CARNIVAL 1.01 .,... . ,a -- n - M H ------ F . . . 5. ,..,A4 A . , ,Q A T, - . Agp .A ,QT , ,X 4 , ..........,.- 'i if' ii' V 5 "J - - V 4: Alpha Beta Chi's first prize winner in the girl's division of snow sculpturing. p ...M -- Theta Gamma's first prize winner in the men's division of snow sculpturing. 4.54355 A t Q X Q ' - t ' w Kappa Sigma Kappa's second prize winner Ctied with Klan Alpinel in the men's division of snow seulpturing. 86 One of the gayest weekends of the year at Alfred is the Winter Carnival which is sponsored by the Alfred Outing Club. With the snow sculptures,'bobslcd and skiing races, barbeque, square dance, and Sno-Ball little time hangs heavy on any- one's hands. The climax of the Carnival was the crowning of the Sno-Ball Queen, Rhoda Young. The snow sculpture, first prize in the men's division, was taken by Theta Gamma for the second year in a row. Alpha Beta Chi took first place in the women's division. W' A' r-l 1 qw... x 54 f'J X. X ,Wm .5 'l S by 14,45 ' INTERFRATERNITY BALL The Interfralernity Ball, open lo Alfred Slatc Tech and Alfred University fraternity members only, is lhc biggest dance of the year on thc Alfred campus. This ycar two hun- dred couples danccd to the strains ofthe Sauter-Finnegan orchestra at thc most successful dance the Inlerfraternity Council has cvcr held. 88 jj! 1 - VAX ' '- ' . 9 M X ,Q ,f . -. ,.n- ,f X NY 4..,, X kg MN' i , Q N ' SK 1 Q? Q I x K N! K 4 NH ' ji- Ns s X 'So cr' QQ. , sy 2 N Ex 38 SPORTS X, W '52 N 4' ., .l.g4.L... . I3 f A 92 ,1 I , ' M ----.'1'.' ' A z r - 1 S I "M x -' I - ,U-ii., 24 .2 , Lew Gray A i I Roy Stamm X 4 ' Skip Rohe, captain yr 1 , , g Q f I N x h i y , N Z" K ' Gordie Robe Jim Wheeler I ' 'fs K L: 3 ALF!!!-XX, ' 95' kv i 1' Wan Dav . in f , - Jack Kelly ' x 0 L X , Morey I x, I - x 90 nbn It Ni Y' ix' uw bg Despite a record of 6 wins and 10 losses, the basketball team lost a good many close ones that could have gone to either team. Sparked by Skip liohe, Dave Morey, Ray Stamm, Jim 1-larkins, Bob Dean, and a strong second team, the Slate Tech team, with a few more breaks, could have had a close to undefeated record for the season. 91 CROSS COUNTRY Front Row: Study, LaFuente, Lyons, Lamphier, Grant, Minch. Standing: Coach Getz, Palumbo, Donovan, Snyder, Ross, Elman, Benjamin. Once again Alfred State Tech had one of the strongest cross country teams among the Junior Colleges of New York State. Sparked by Captain Manuel La F euntc, the cross country team piled up an impressive record against all competition. INDOOR TRACK One of the lesser known teams at Alfred State this year was the indoor track team coached by Mr. Getz. The team piled up an impressive record in its three intercollegiate meets. Front Row: Stady, LaMothe, Grant, Coach Getz. Back Row: Minch, Sturzebecker, Lyons, Taylor. Front Row: Balmas, Falk, LeBlanc, Gay. Back Row: Coach McMahon, Mucher, Warnock, Sharp, McMaster, Coach Thompson. WRESTLING The pride of Alfred this year was the mighty State Tech wrest- ling team. Undefeated during their first year of intercollegiate competition, the grapplers rolled over all opposition with ease. They beat such teams as R.I.T., St. Bonaventure, Oswego State, Erie Tech, Orange County and Farmingdale. Standout of the team was J ohn Le Blanc who won all seven of his matches by pins. Other unde- feated wrestlers were Walt Gay, Bob Falk, Ralph Mucher, and Carl McMasters. Rounding out the eight man squad were Pete Warnock, Dave Sharp, and Bar- ney Balmas. Much of the credit must go to Coach Charles Mc- Mahon, a former star wrestler with Alfred University. GHEERLEADING Cheering the basketball team on to victory were the peppy, hard-working cheerleaders of Al- fred State Tech. Under the guid- ance of Mrs. Schogoleff, the cheer- leading squad consisted of Alice Clements, Rhoda Young, Shirley Long, Kay Baldwin, and Lyn Johnson. Alice Clements, Rhoda Young, Shirley Long, Lynn John- son, Kay Baldwin. 93 ALMA At the start of the 1953-54 school year, Alfred State Tech was a college without an Alma Mater. The Student Council ap- pointed a committee to rectify this situ- ation. This committee sponsored a contest for an Alma Mater. Late in January, the winner was announced. He was Richard Fote of Olean, New York. 3 li- "N-r MATER pa, thc Chorus, and the All-Campus band, composed both the words and music of this beautiful Alma Mater. His work re- ceived high praise from Mr. Anthony Cappadonia, head of the music depart- ment at Alfred. 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Brush, Joseph W., Riverhead, N. Y. Castro, Joseph M., Auburn, N. Y. Cole, Robert L., Wilson, N. Y. Cumber, Rodney H., Binghamton, N. Y. Davis, Carleton H., Syracuse, N. Y. Davis, Walter E., Hinsdale, N. Y. Dayka, Raymond J., East Eden, N. Y. Dean, John J., Wellsville, N. Y. Dean, Robert V., Buffalo, N. Y. Delamarter, Robert E., Liberty, N. Y. Di Gangi, Barbara J., Lancaster, N. Y. 'Dimmick, George D., Norwich, N. Y. Fenton, Ralph E., Canaseraga, N. Y. Flynn, William L., Osceola, Pa. Frankish, Sandra, Rushville, N. Y. Frisbee, Peter L., Andes, N. Y. Gallmann, Alton V., Angelica, N. Y. Graham, Nancy A., Mayville, N. Y. Gray, Lewis S., F ranklinville, N. Y. Green, Francis J., Belmont, N. Y. Greene, William C. Jr., Belmont, N. Y. Hansen, Chris M., Geneva, N. Y. Hughes, Isaac W., Penn Yan, N. Y. Huntington, Bruce W., Barker, N. Y. Jerge, Ray J., Buffalo, N. Y. Kelly, Arthur D., Trumansburg, N. Y. Krolak, Donald E., Barker, N. Y. Kurtz, Thomas E., Hamburg, N. Y. 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Matuszewski, James, Buffalo, N. Y. Maurer, Richard I., Corfu, N. Y. Michael, Joseph M., Corning, N. Y. Miller, Richard I., Hornell, N. Y. Montouri, Frank A., Levittown, N. Y. Ordiway, Richard F., Wellsville, N. Y. O'Shei, Gerald F., Rochester, N. Y. Payne, David H., Andover, N. Y. General Agriculture Building Construction Mechanical Technology Medical Secretary Poultry Building Construction Westinghouse General Agriculture Electrical Technology Radio Building Construction Mechanical Technology Mechanical Technology Animal Husbandry Perkins, Douglas D., Cattaraugus, N. Y. Perkins, Kenneth L., Wellsville, N. Y. Pierce, Charles E., Alfred Station, N. Y. Powell, George C., Corning, N. Y. Reynolds, Carlton, Churchville, N. Y. Reynolds, Daryl W., Salamanca, N. Y. Rinaldo, Joseph V., Canastota, N. Y. Rohe, Duane E., Kenmore, N. Y. Romano, Thomas, Rochester, N. Y. Ruppe, Arthur R., Springville, N. Y. Schippers, James G., Rochester, N. Y. Schoonmaker, John L., Jr., Accord, N. Y. Schryver, William M., Hinsdale, N. Y. Schumer, Robert C., Eden, N. Y. Shetron, Stephen G., White Plains, N. Y. Shoulter, James P., Buffalo, N. Y. Shrey, James L., Waterloo, N. Y. ' Smith, Paul R., Wellsville, N. Y. Spuire, William P., Essex Falls, N. Y. Sroka, Edward, Verona, Pa., Stettenbenz, Ralph W., Wellsville, N. Y. Strong, Michael A., Newark, N. Y. Titus, Stephen B., Rochester, N. Y. Trippi, Joseph A., Mount Morris, N. Y. Tucci, Frank G., Canastota, N. Y. Van Antwerp, Richard D., Syracuse, N. Y. Van Vleet, Lewis G., Weedsport, N. Y. Wagner, George D., Dunkirk, N. Y. Walker, Donald, Palmyra, N. Y. Walters, Jack E., Belmont, N. Y. Weber, Paul H., Chaffee, N. Y. Weeks, Norman D., Ontario, N. Y. Wellington, Ronald, J., Arkport, N. Y. White, David J., Auburn, N. Y. Wiley, William S., Woodboume, N. Y.. Willey, William E., Hornell, N. Y. Willis, Fred J., Wellsville, N. Y. Wyant, Jerry D., Arkport, N. Y. FRESHMEN. Aaron, Dean F., Eldred, Pa. Abbott, Ralph M., Syracuse, N. Y. Abreu, Anthony J ., Corning, N. Y. Ackerley, Wesley C., Curry, N. Y. Alexander, Bert, Branchport, N. Y. Allen, Jacqueline A., Trumansburg, N. Y. Almeter, Mary E., Strykersville, N. Y. Alpert, J. Robert, Syracuse, N. Y. Alteri, Francis P., Corning, N. Y. Anderson, James D., Avon, N. Y. Andolsek, Raymond D., Gowanda, N. Y. Aroneseno, Gerald A., Lackawanna, N. Y. Austin, Ann E., Voorheesville, N. Y. Austin, Blaine E., Wellsville, N. Y. Baase, Beverly A., Rochester, N. Y. J Bailey, Mary-Anne, Alfred, N. Y. Baldwin, Herbert J., Schenectady, N. Y. 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Business Bittner, Barbara A., Brightwaters, N. Y. Secretarial Blashaw, Donald R., Jamestown, N. Y. Building Construction Blew, Harold F. Basom, N. Y. Business Bliss, Gary H., Canandaigua, N. Y. Refrigeration Bloomberg, Marcia G., Niagara Falls, N. Y. Secretarial Boeheim, Patricia L., Lyons, N. Y. Business Boncer, John J., Elmira, N. Y. Radio Boss, James L., Dalton, N. Y. , Farm Power Machinery' Bossart, Fannie P., Stafford, N. Y. Ind. Laboratory Technology Bourke, Anne F., Southampton, N. Y. Secretarial Braun, Ruth E., Naples, N. Y. Business Breed, Leo R., Palmyra, N. Y. Brettman, Eleanor C., Nanuet, N. Y. Briggs, Edwin W., Naples, N. Y. Britton, Gerald C., Rochester, N. Y. Brooks, Walter H., Almond, N . Y. Brown, Carol M., Buffalo, N. Y. Brown, Christopher, Kingston, N. Y. Bruce, Marilyn E., Hudson Falls, N. Y. Bruno, Rose Marie, Rochester, N. Y. Bryan, Thomas J., Geneva, N. Y. Buettner, Frank J., Rochester, N. Y. Burdett, Joanne L., Leicester, N. Y. Burger, Donald A., Andover, N. Y. 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Cooper, James W., Wyckoff, N. J. Cope, Edwin S., Oneonta, N. Y. Corby, Donald E., Corning, N . Y. Corelli, Robert S., Gowanda, N. Y. Cornell, Carol, Hornell, N . Y. Cornell, Richard A., Rochester, N . Y. Costanzo, William D., Rochester, N . Y. Creegan, Patrick C., Rochester, N . Y. Criss, Ronald W., Angelica, N. Y. Cross, Wessel, Kyserike, N . Y. Culp, James E., Rochester, N. Y. Cupicha, George, Jr., Wyoming, N . Y. Cusimano, Donald F ., Seneca Falls, N . Y. Dallmer, Lois A., Staten Island, N. Y. Dann, Carol J., Lodi, N. Y. Dansky, Leonard, Hundson, N. Y. Dart, Roger A., Alexander, N . Y. Davis, Janet M., Medina, N. Y. Ind. Davis, Richard B., Andover, N. Y. Davis, Virginia A., Whitesville, N . Y. Davoli, Donald H., Buffalo, N. Y. Dawson, Joseph N., Clarence, N. Y. Dean, Bennett C., West Seneca, N . Y. DeCarlo, Robert F ., Albion, N . Y. DeCarmine, Russell L., Farrell, Pa. Deebs, Fred G., Hornell, N. Y. DeFisher, Dorothy J., Newark, N . Y. DeRuyter, Gerald F., Phelps, N. Y. Derx, Ollivene B., Olean,AN. Y. DeSantis, Peter A., Hornell, N. Y. DeSilva, Gordon R., Margaretville, N. Y. Deth, Peter S., Cheektowaga, N. Y. Devereaux, Peter L., Moravia, N. Y. DeVinney, Wesley R., Nunda, N . Y. Didas, Robert W., Perkinsville, N . Y. DeGioia, Rita, Mount Morris, N. Y. Dobrowolski, Henry, Binghamton, N . Y. Dodd, Thomas W., Westfield, N . Y. Doherty, Charles W., Norwich, N. Y. Doobinin, Boris, Malverne, N. Y. D'0rtona, Nicoletta F., Rochester, N. Y. Doster, Dorothy K., Lancaster, N . Y. Drake, Sue N ., Shinglehouse, Pa. Dunn, Donald D., Cheektowaga, N. Y. Dunn, Robert E., Cohocton, N. Y. Draper, Robert L., Medina, N. Y. 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Floriculture Diesel Emswcller, Herbert G., Niagara Falls, N. Y Englander, Adele, Dairyland, N. Y. English, Owen, R., Interlaken, N. Y. Enright, Barbara E., Ellicottville, N. Y. Essom, John F., Waterloo, N. Y. Everhart, Audrey R., Lyons, N. Y. Falk, Robert L., Monsey, N. Y. Faarinech, Diana, Buffalo, N. Y. Farnham, Merle W., Greene, N. Y. Felton, Gary N., Ripley, N. Y. Fenner, Carlton R., Ncdrow, N. Y. Ferri, John J., Schenectady, N. Y. Findlay, Ross E., Arkport, N. Y. Follett, Ronald S., Wellsville, N. Y. Foote, Sandra L., Johnson City, N. Y. Fox, Earl M., Silver Creek, N. Y. Franklin, Wilson J., Holland, N. Y. Frassinelli, Alan D., Suffern, N. Y. Frost, Ronald D., Portville, N. Y. Fulton, Richard C., Bolivar, N. Y. Garafalo, John J., Norwich, N. Y. Gawarecki, Rosetta A., Oriskany, N. Gay, Walter, Rochester, N. Y. Geel, Beverly J., Clarence Center, N. Y. Geer, Earl L., Alexander, N. Y. George, Donna M., Mount Morris, N. Y. Gibson, Lucille, Saratoga Springs., N. Y. Geiss, Patricia R., Floral Park, N. Y. Gifford, Joanne R., Phelps, N. Y. Gilbert, Stanley G., Wayland, 'N. Y. Giles, John F., Lincoln, Mass. Gilliand, Gloria E., Greene, N. Y. Gjormand, Harry S., Brooklyn, N. Y. Glenn, Mildred L., Buffalo, N. Y. Gostley, James R., Wellsville, N. Y. Gostley, John H., Wellsville, N. Y. Grantier, Gordon, Wellsville, N. Y. Grasdorf, John E., Wellsville, N. Y. Graves, Rita M., Cohocton, N. Y. Green, Charles C., Rochester, N. Y. Green, Lawrence B., Rochester, N. Y. Griffith, Paul W., Utica, N. Y. Grover, Clide E., Alpine, N. Y. Ind. Gustafson, Donald E., Frewsburg, N. Y. Haas, Herman I., Delgevillc, N. Y. Hall, Jane F., Milford, N. Y. Hall, Ronald, Belmont, N. Y. Halperin, John I., New York, N. Y. . 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Merzke, Gerald D., Rochester, N. Y. Meyer, Nancy L., Orchard Park, N. Y. Militello, Virginia L., Silver Creek, N. Y. Miller, Arnold L., Albion, N. Y. Miller, Harold J., Franklinville, N. Y. Miller, James R., Wellsville, N. Y. Miller, Robert J., Pittsford, N. Y. Minch, Norbert J., Rochester, N. Y. Miscall, Jack L., Ithaca, N. Y. Mitchell, Jean A., Rochester, N. Y. Moore, W. Douglas, Wellsville, N. Y. Moore, Thomas H., New York, N. Y. Moran, William T., Horseheads, N. Y. Morgan, Hugh A., Hornell, N. Y. Morley, Mack B., New Hampton, N. Y. Morrison, Joseph A., Lynbrook, N. Y. Morse, Henry W., Savona, N. Y. Morton, Phillip W., Woodhull, N. Y. Mucher, Ralph E., Castile, N. Y. Mullaney, John J., Corning, N. Y. Newcomb, George C., Pike, N. Y. Nickerson, William E., N unda, N . Y. Niles, David F., Campbell, N. Y. Nutt, Kenneth W., Stockton, N. Y. Olmstead, Clifford D., Walton, N. Y. Olsen, Harlan W., Geneva, N. Y. Olson, James F., Olean, N. Y. Orio, Paul A., New York, N. Y. 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Mechanical Technology Seward, Carol A., Valley Stream, N. Y. Secretarial Shakeshaft, Charles H., Churchville, N. Y. Animal Husbandry Shay, Edward J., Waverly, N. Y. Diesel Shear, Joan H., Smiths Basin, N. Y. Secretarial Sheehan, Bernard B., Jr., Norwich, N. Y. Mechanical Technology Sherman, Arnold W., Greenwood, N. Y. General Agriculture Sherman, Phyllis K., Castile, N. Y. Medical Secretarial Shewairy, Joseph F ., Olean, N. Y. Diesel Shove, Bruce E., Oneonta, N. Y. ' Electrical Technology Shuart, Robert, Hammondsport, N. Y Floriculture Shults, Margaret E., Prattsburg, N. Y. Secretarial Siegel, Jane M., East Aurora, N. Y. Sivillo, Lena, Clintondale, N. Y. Smith, Frank M., Pleasantville, N. Y. Smith, Hoke A., Hornell, N. Y. Smith, John R., Painted Post, N. Y. Smith Sibyl L., Warsaw, N. Y. Smith, Veronica J., Rexville, N. Y. Snyder, Jo Anne, Wcllsville, N. Y. Snyder, Leo L., Alabama, N. Y. Soule, Richard H., Waterloo, N. Y. Sparks, Clifford N. Niagara Falls, N. Y. Spezzano, Gerald W., Geneseo, N. Y. Spicer, James R., Franklinville, N. Y. Sprague, Chester E., Roscoe, N. Y. Springall, David L., Oswego, N. Y. Stady, Laurence D., Allegany, N. Y. Staffen, Jack E., Buffalo, N. Y. Staley, Patricia C., Tonawanda, N. Y. Staley, Shirley K., Mount Morris, N. Y. Stamm, Roy E., New York, N. Y. Stamp, Jerry W., N unda, N. Y. Stauffer, Lee C., Buffalo, N. Y. Stebbins, Francis W., Baldwinsville, N . Y. Stehler, John F., Rochester, N . Y. Stekloif, Lola A., Rochester, N . Y. Stephens, Melvin M., New Berlin, N. Y. Steward, Ronald H., Mayville, N . Y. 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