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Now, at the age of thirty-six, you are serving with notable ability and success. Not only as a Senior Senator from our Commonwealth, but also as the elected assistant leader of the majority party. "You have interested yourself vigorously in many worthwhile governmental, educational, medical and charitable causes. Your willingness to help solve vital problems of national and international concern is unquestioned and the firm courage of the stands that you have taken on important issues has been ad- mirable. "From personal knowledge, l can attest for your considerate acts for individuals and families, done without desire for public notice. Your humaneness is truly appreciated. "By virtue of the authority vested in me, by the Board of Trustees of the American International College, l hereby confer upon you the Degree of Doctor of Human Letters, with all the rights, honors and privileges pertaining therein to." john F. Hines, lr. 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' - '- 1-' Vrh "1 .V 1 '. --" ,Q ,.'1-.v.A- ggi-,'z' ,C ' A ., .,. ...aw . . . And a time for classes to begin anew and to orient the Freshmen. "Sign your name here," "Yes, you must take English 101, no, you can't substitute a second foreign language," "Hey, let's have a group of you Freshmen over here to sing the Alma Mater," "What d'ya mean you don't know who the President of the Sophomore Class is," and finally, "Square that beanie, Frosh," serve to indoctrinate the neophyte and bid him welcome to AIC. X MOUNTAIN DAY We've never lost a Freshman yet, and eventually the Confused become less Confused, and things begin to fall into place. To mark the end of Orientation, the Class of 1972 saw a revival of Mountain Day, held at Robinson State Park, Complete with everything, including the notorious tug-of-war. 1, g.LgJ4 .V . 's 1 'l'i"'1?-. w 4 Q 4 H 1.l:3N', 21' - 53' 4 1 "J is.. ,PCD 31. :gif .--,F we-L 1 .J T -. ,,- In-A ' ,.. -,,...--n-""' Y ui-Q L fvf. ,A-2.1: , 1 in 244' 1. 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Unable to obtain permission forthe bonfire for the traditional Bonfire Rally on Friday night, the rally went on none the less, spotlignting the football and soccer teams, the fraternity cheering contest, Won by TEP, and of course the introduction ofthe Queen Candidates, and crowning ofthe 1968 Homecoming Queen. After a morning roused by the float parade and the unnerving upset by Springfield College, Saturday settled down to the semi-formal dance at the Kimball Towers. Ming. E -..-K. 48 Q, w -'Hn' ' 'Wx gi M105 "Sian--. Y. 'Pl I ix' i ' R m . ,J-"N lk" ifgkfgfa . -.,.nA. V. 'fe 5- 5 rl' -x'Qf4 ,. A. sk' ' , v J f -A 3 61 'at is W , , idk' 'E ns- Sunday afternoon, and the beat went on. Starring Ben E. King and featuring The Glories, the Brunch was held at the gym with cider and donuts supplied by Dick Vowels. fi "1 an' , 1-f - ., X V. xx ' .xv- N ' i 1 .-.. .g , - limi v.: -.' QQ ' 3, ci -nh L er A -I-E . 'fi iiiyiij .fam- :I-Ii u i. my ,, 1.5 Fi". "FET- 'l Y 9-. i 1 i .1 , 'ii P , v L, nu., .,.,. ,,. .,..4n- . 1 ., I .4 V .J 1 J w w 4 1 1 Jr FQCDTBALL The Yellow jackets opened their athletic season with hopes of equaling last year's fine performance. Led by Co-captains Ed Cannon, Bob Dionisi, and joe Keefe, the Aces fielded a squad of veterans. After an opening vvin over the improved Coast Guard Academy, the team fell victim to two of the toughest College Division foes, Amherst and Northeastern. Traveling to Bates, the Aces exploded for their highest score of the season which resulted in a 50-19 romp. After a rough loss to rival Springfield College, the team came back and greatly outplayed Central Connecticut, only to have the game tied up in the closing moments. The Aces then put it all together, and turned in a 40-22 vvin over the fine team from Southern Connecticut. Football closed with a loss to Bridgeport, in which the clock ran out, killing an AIC rally. .ti 9- 4:95 fi We-Nl 'lr ACES BREAK THROUGH A . J-' -0053! 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He completed over 507, of his passes, most of which traveled to Hadley Williams and Bob Kelley. AlC's defense proved indeed to be a very stingy one to run against. Spearheaded by linebackers Steve Craig and loe Styckievvicz, the unit stopped many a runner in his tracks. Although the football season produced a 3-4-1 slate, this was, by no means, a poor year. AIC RESULTS OPP 27 at Coast Guard 14 7 Amherst 34+ 13 at Northeastern 3O"1 50 at Bates '19 0 Springfield 14' 14 at Cen. Conn, 14- 40 South. Conn. 22 2 Bridgeport 31+ 179 3-4-1 W 51 F 1 , 5 -P I af QP m asf Nm - ff-M M w rg Y L, - xx, 5, wi V Q HA a E ,D x , 'I 4 . Z..-A A E' 'i ,sig N fs pm, , W- ' nf 1-ri 'Q lk, ' i fi If f' 5? -A 21 V ' KK ' 1 . : ,f ,lf , , gs. ef ,-- 'lQw'K,i l ' x 54 5 Q , ' 1, Q.. . S' Ar 4 V- ' it S B .J N, gk- -. . K 1 ff . " s ,1 S I T Q, ? 1 v . if ' f f I . 1 1 1: 'P ' 1 , '. w w,I.wl, ! Y C 1 a V ! , Q 1 5 ff - - i , Q E ,P .11 gq 1 6:55 is-P , f Ii ' . . ff H . . . ,. fx' V 2 - .V .' r ' ' . 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L . 21,-v v A 5 " , ,,,, , ,,,,,,, ,,ff1f', 1 iam ' 'N v? .1-gr' 5 ,, M -k j,.,'5fF3 ' ' Y ' ,fs , :ff 4 -. J, mm Q n rs .-nm Q -in FHL., R. -.- nm 'F 'li , 1 'FU I pf - - I W E W .1 ., ggi" ' ,MG-, I J Y- . P .W . I' .XNN 3 for if ,rv A my - Au Ziff: vm-fwfr 'wgjwm A CW xr 1 ,, 1 5 , AND THEN THE SNOW CAME AND CAME AND CAME AND CAME. . . Winter, a time for basketball, hockey, and skiing, Christmas and Winter Carnival, and a time for classes to be cancelled. First the Hong Kong Flu started Christmas Vacation early when almost everyone was sick or at least thought he was. Then of course the snow - the crippling strom was felt for hundreds of miles as here at A.l.C. Day school had to be cancelled for two consecutive days. Due to emergency parking rules, Evening Division had to cancel a number of Monday night classes. 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' L 3' X VN ,V 4 Q I I 52 ,-.,,, EJ -I ,L 'VI E1 : . ,qw r , 5 -1 J IF' 6 7 I fi- 1 O I x -P Q f u" ,, 3.3 J Q -v , A wi 5. BASKETBALL Q ,W . ,.. 3 ,I e -.9 xr Tv, I 'semi- - fa Q 1 W' vm ig. 9 . Q, 'fm 'Jn ltr at-5 ww -ug, . ks, G EQ, HIM, Slifb w Y 3 M. W Q' M 3 W 5 'I 1, Q 3 4 ' Q it ' MM E P 43 .i 5 . . 6 W V Wiz' R' J-. lm rg - " f"j- 4 Wm ' 'ww " O is . - , ' J 'K ' 'X w . ' Q I , V Q W .J 1 , , 1 3. if' . J t I . il C! , M gg V - cgi ? A X- 33 H l ,7 1 . 4. , ,MA .. J "NN N4 ,If :rg ,Li linkin .fqi Nw J Winter brought to our campus its greatest sport season in the schooI's history. The Yellow jacket basketball team won a second straight New England College Division crown. They sported an outstanding 21-4 overall record, which included a 'I9-I slate versus college teams. The squad reeled off 'I4 consecutive victories for a new record. The scoring leader for the Aces was Greg Hill, averaging over 20 points a game setting a school mark making 632 of his shots. Hill, also the team's leading rebounder, earned a spot on the VVheatie's All-American team as well as All New England Honors. He was followed by Bob "Rudy" Rutherford, a flashy guard with a 'I6 point average, who was voted to the All Tourney team in Evansville, Every team must have their defensive stalwarts, and AIC had two of the best in Co-Captain Curt Mitchell and Alan Bush. Height, which is essential to basketball was a new addition provided by Sophomore Al Carter. Al, who showed continual improvement over the year, towered over the play and intimidated many a would- be shooter. Co-Captain lim White, Cisco Maloney, Rudy Wolters, Charles "Sonny" Hansley, and Tom Doyle came off the bench to give the squad the depth en- abling us to utilize a "race-horse" brand of basketball. Tournament play made up a large portion of the 1968-1969 campaign. In the AIC Holiday Tourney, the Aces defeated Hartford and the tough Bridgeport team to take the trophy. 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N, :gf bd..-Q11 A A . 1 ' B . 2 For the third consecutive year, we drew the Assumption Greyhounds in the semi-finals. This proved to be the most exciting game of the tournament. AIC maintained a short lead over most of the game, only to fall behind in the last five minutes. The Aces fought for their lives and knotted the score at 77-77 with seconds left. AIC regained control of the ball on a turnover and they threw the ball in play with about five seconds remaining: AI Bush took the pass, swished a 30 footer, and gave the jackets a 79-77 win. In the finals, AIC met Springfield College, who had upset the Central Connecticut Blue Devils. The Aces, who earlier defeated the Chiefs 101-92, looked very sharp and in the opening minutes the contest was decided. We took an early lead and built it up over a stunned Springfield College team. The victory was ours and for the second straight time this year, we had defeated our rivals, this time by an embarrassing 91-68 score. Greg Hill took the scoring honors with 28 points. Hill, Rutherford, and Mitchell made the All-Tourney team. Then it was off to Evansville, Indiana, for the National Championship. In the open-round we met a strong team from San Francisco State. We fell behind early and trailed most of the game. Midway through the second half, the Aces caught fire and blazed into the lead. We kept the lead and eventually went on to win by a 80-75 count. Again, Greg Hill was top scorer with 24 points. This win enabled us to meet Kentucky Wesleyan in the semi-finals. It was this same team that defeated us last year, and had gone on to win the National Championship team. This year, hopes were high for revenge. The whole game consisted of each team scoring in small spurts, with neither squad capable of breaking it open. In the closing minutes of regulation play AIC tied the score. In the overtime period Kentucky Wesleyan opened a sizable lead, but the Yellow jackets closed it. With time elapsed, we had a chance to tie and win it from the foul line, but the shot was missed and the Aces were nipped with an 83-82 overtime loss. In the consolation game, we were opposed by Ashland College, the nation's iii team coming into the tournament. AIC showed the nation what a fine team we are, by bouncing back to defeat Ashland, 53-51. The opposition unsuccessfully employed slow-down tactics to try to keep us from running, but it was to no avail. Rudy Rutherford hit for I6 points. So AIC proved the fine brand of Eastern basketball which enabled us to finish third in this tOUfI"IalTIEl'1t. Enthusiasm is high, and it should be, for next year's "five" should be even better. With this year's starters returning, and the new addition of Frosh star, Mike White, AIC should make a strong bid to become the Nations Leader! 74 Lg., AIC OPPOSITION 97 Westfield State 75 74 Massachusetts 821' 81 Boston U. 74 78 Williams 51 72 Northeastern 73" 105 Hartford 90+ 82 Bridgeport 73 + 95 South. Conn. 78 78 Brown 79" 89 Norwich 54 75 St. Michael's 62 78 Amherst 73 88 Bates 73 'defeat QNCAA District a +AIC Holiday Tourney WNCAA National lf H. l gg ll il, ,il ll ,,A. ii Rim 'iii GREG HILL Gregory Hill, otherwise known as "Captain Nice", transferred to AIC from Owen lunior College in Memphis, Tennessee. Last year, as captain in the Owen hoop squad, he averaged 19.2 points and 11- rebounds per game, earning the MVP selection at Owen. Coach Hilton White persuaded Greg to come to AIC and overnight he became the new Yellow jacket hero. He led the team with over 20 points a game and with a 12.5 rebound average. He set an individual school record by making 632 of his field goals. Greg was named to the All New England team, the NCAA Northeastern tourney team, and then he became the first hoopster from AIC to be named as the first team All-American selection. This is really a feat because oddly enough, Hill did not play high school basketball. Greg is a sociology major. 76 . ...i lllr 'A wi -.- 'N JP! CURTIS MITCHELL They call him the "Snake," Last year, playing the pivot slot, Curtis led the Aces in scoring and rebounding. Moved to the for- ward spot this year, Curt showed another facet of his game. He proved to be AlC's finest defensive ballplayer. While guarding the other team's top scorers, Curtis put the emphasis on defense. Time after time, he could be seen blocking shots and getting the rebound. Curtis was also the third leading scorer with a 12.6 per game average. He finished second in rebounding and in assists with 99, one behind the leader. For the second straight year Curtis gained New England honor. This year, along with Hill and Rutherford, he was named to the All Tourney team in the NCAA Northeastern regionals. ll 4 30 BOB RUTHERFORD During the past few seasons AIC had been favored by backcourt playmakers like Henry Payne and lim Miele. Last year, Bob Rutherford, then a sophomore, moved into the picture and was able to work well with either of them, He took over the starting assignment in Evansville when Payne was injured, and proved his ability against Kentucky Wesleyan. Rudy is the sort of player who can roll on AIC's give-and-go, and then suddenly makes his drive up and away towards the hoop. This year Bob really came into his own. He finished second in scoring with an average of 16 points a game, and led the team with 100 assists. Rudy was also named to the NCAA Northeastern Tourney Team and earned the honor of being named to the All Tournament team in Evansville. Rudy plans a major in history. 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'5 A .nw 1-'P ,Nr Y7"A76Vv f """ rx! Ag, ,f XS Nm ,fwlQ.h Q 1 , I f , ,. 1 S . I . M., . v - - L The high-powered team was led by the all-Canadian line of Dave Forbes, Captain Yves DeRome, and Mike Egoroff. These three tallied 64 of the team's 133 goals. Setting the pace with 32 was Forbes. Behind Forbes, came Gary Socha, who ended a brilliant career, netting 23 goals. Socha, an All-East choice, teamed with Tom Nolan and Bob Findlater to give the Aces still another potent line. A third line, a defensive checking line, was made up of the hustling lan Caldwell, Bob Dorin, and john Coughlin. Combining to make a fierce quartet and a better defense, were the vastly improved Len Bucko 81 and Elliot Feldman, along with "do everything" jeff Burgess and newcomer Russ Neugente, Goaltending chores were handled at the beginning by Gary Young and Ken Welch, with lack Normand finishing up with a 10-3 record. With the return of Forbes, DeRome, and Egoroff, the lcemen should have a bright outlook. This year's freshman squad should provide the varsity with good players like goalie Bob Faubert, Doug Anderson, and Wally Stupak. ETJEE Q , 'l:T'1. e-.X M, .milrfsi 1 I K me Hu ' -nut' S-A. 23" . , Q f ...fi xf- -'A' ,,.,.a . ' .dgnhlrzi .,Q.i..:...,,IQJ11.fivg:f. J., . .gm -.-'.--nv-u'v'1"+ , , , , , I" 4 at f-mm f--:fin-.-:We i , f "N-Afymgfigggpmifv nn.. , 'H DAVE FORBES Born in Lachine, Canada, and a sophomore Business Management major here at AIC, Dave has a number of credits to his name. As a brother of Theta Chi Fraternity, he served as IFC Representative for his house. On the ice, linked with Yves DeRome and Mike Egoroff for the first line, he scored 32 goals and made 27 assists, out of the first line totals of 64 goals and 90 assists, totaling 154 points. Forbes was three times named ECAC Player of the Week, as well as being named MVP in both the Winter Carnival and ECAC Tournaments, Et i 83 YVES DEROME A native of Sillery, Quebec, and here on a hockey scholarship, Yves is a junior with a major in business, planning a career in industry. Captain of the team, DeRome was an effective leader, being an expert playmaker and a "team man"'at all times, keeping team spirit high.. He was the first line wing, scoring 15 goals and coming up with 42 assists, and was named one of the "outstand ing athletes of America" in 1969. 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First they debate each proposal in committee, then those bills that pass are brought to either the Senate or House of Representatives for final approval. ,gli a Senator Mark Hatfield of Oregon, giving the State of the Union Address P i 1 I i Y -.i l' s .. x I i hx 1' Chairman Leona Itlleman welcoming the high school students who participated in this year's Congress. '. -L: , - , 'V Ei? my gm Nl S i ,ma i f 1 -.,,. ,gi x F Y ii .V I' lvl- 3q,.Lv91 if H -- 11 T541 1 IiIbi.'s audi ergo: .4 his 'Sf'-r -5 N4 . 5 :as-1, """' 91 M u fn Iii -L! l' Q-. N N lg ,1 ,-Q in s Qfgvk -,..L1...b fy fini-uf OI 9 v. . J! The Frank Hatchetl Singers and Dancers V ,..JRg.!. T3,t,,T,,,.,,,A , ga. 1..- K r 1 ' ' 1 , QQ. Wi Q z ! l T t 74 ,Q 4 "' W ty 1' Q . - 9 .-- ,,,,.--'gxzf ' L -..1f.ff . ,, LST?-"' ' , ,..,. ' 'tr N . ., - Y, ,. .,: Q , 'S'-"V Y c-,pf Up!-'H ,1 ' 25225 t Q A I JA-fgj 'Zigi' J, " , - - 7 1312-v.:vC ,.., 1 ' ,' ,15,'f. '93 A r 4.-,,'f WU," 1 ' ..:'- ' . 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'Y' ' ff ' x - Y K 1 .. , , It at 'pf' With campus unrest as it is today, and with college and university presidents resigning under less than happy circumstances, the Testimonial to Admiral john F. Hines, seemed somehow, even more appropriate, After a generation of service, the Admiral is retiring with the class of 1969. To mark this occasion and to show appreciation to both the Admiral and Mrs. Hines, this testimonial dinner was given by the student body. After being piped aboard by Navy and Marine Honor Guard, the Admiral and Mrs. Hines were presented were 5. with various gifts which included a color television from the Evening College, a marble paper weight from the Greeks along with a pass to all Greek events, a set of goblets from the Freshman Class, and a round trip ticket for two for any place they choose from the entire student body. Also presented was a 3'x4' card signed by the students and faculty. To all this we can only add, thank you Admiral and Mrs. john F. 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Yi' -'w,3 .jl:g.'g,,fi gm,- 5 V9 f ,vzimif X iii- , V ' - nf A wi- I'v,f,!"a:Q'- 1 .' .I -3'-1,iu.,':' ."5"-1-lm 1 Q-5nLsLL' rQgfrH1'f-vW -' ' mf A ,f I.. ',,,r1l 1 :um -.rlf ,, fi W. -J f 1 5, iM?l?"w3 ' l r, ' ei' :fPi 1! J .9 ' '. 'ffl I l F J . 'H.lfL'e9 1. , f "if Q :if 'Q ' " 12,L..,J...U,.' ,'--f"1' -3- fr YN " . 4,.. -ui 15 .r ku E VFW lg - 5 , J , km,-1,7 uv - .. as X - In .' r mf: 4 I K I 5,52 F3 X . Ay , Li: 1? 1 5 y Q .f I AWARDS NIGHT As tradition has it, the annual Awards Night dinner and ceremony was held at the end of May. After dinner and a series of serious academic and achievement awards were presented, all traces of anything serious were forgotten as the presentation ofthe Admirable Awards got under way. This year's staf-f includedg Howi Berk, Bill Burke, Alan Bush, Dana Chaifetz, Ron Cohen, Debbie Howland, Leona lttleman, Floyd Narcisse, Russ Newsome, lere Pastreck, Beth Putnam, Arnie Small, and Dave Taylor, and assisting backstage was Shayna Polinsky. Dean Brennan presenting SG Awards Fit? lift! Howi Berk about to give the "Cleanliness is next to Godliness Award" i Mi'rt:iii'.i.i.w trim ,tit-l".it vm .ez V MC Dave Taylor hearing his Ridiculous Mission on, what else self-destructing recording. ,-nv""'c ' O A visit to Professor R A look at the Aparlm Q' ,fi 5 'wigs .A-I, ,E il 5 -In ' 1 -efamwei' ' -9' fif:a':"':-rbi-'giiv M av-.-N,':if L Y . xuffiif ,X ,,.:xD.7fgri5fff-Y . fipsgtfix ' ' fag-f.:'?r---'--gs, Vffwkgxao 'f' '- J' -4 .Y "a.,f""f ' ff 7Q:a 41512. . dxxffiva 'V+ Yxfwvf' " ' ' - U' -., "rL P., , - rf zliiiivr' ' , 43.1, f xzivaf f' ,. . 'J-,1,.- :VJ . - ,,.,u,. 1, e.. ... .11 :V xx.. uc., 1-J' ,- '- ' .yx --11.1,-fb. Q ,J 1 -5, ' " , 14 .,::'L5"'4,g 1114 .Tl . 1 HL ,M , W 1.- r ml. K-1 1,1 K '7,.'N Rvw. I x lf: Q' . g5,xf X ,K+ , .mm A Dave and Leona as Leona presents the "Apartment of the Year Award" The theme of this year's performance was Mission Ridiculous, and the mission was to "prevent an asinine display of mediocre ludicracy and put on a good show." ln the midst of all the not necessarily too flattering Admirahle Awards, three serious Admirables were given, honoring those people to whom they went. The Mother of the Year Award went to Mrs. Barnes of the Registrars Office, the Father of the Year Award went to Woody, and a new award, the "Giving Award" was presented to Mrs, Hines for her unselfish giving of the Admiral and herself for the past twenty years. Bill enacting the "Mouth Award," impersonating George Kucewicz at Dialog Day -.Q I ui ii 'ii ii: Q 1 f ' Q ' l Q All l ' ing f "1 4 '4 A r Howie presenting Mrs. Hines with a dozen long stem recl roses for the "Giving Award," while the staff looks on Russ, Bill, Arnie, Alan, and Dave wailing for lI1U"IJoy5" With Floyd al far left, a Chorus line that would unnerve the Rockeltes 101 BASEBALL No, 2 3 4 5 7 8 TO ll 12 14 '17 20 2'l 23 24 25 26 34 35 Name Ieff Burgess Charles Paglierani Ed Harashuk Chris Serino Mike Delaney Mike Egoroff Frank Capuano Alan Bush Mike l-lambro Charles Hansley Mario Pagnoni Art Tigera Tom Doyle lohn Leahy Mike Eddy David Forbes Torn Nolan Dana Westlund Carl Connor Alan Bush - .. ., .gngxii 17.5 qi.:-', '. w -' - fa, jg'- - -ww ' ,'? 5,3 Q ff lr: '1 ' f: If F' , , . L.: :di 4.L'E'?i . -AiJ1i'..... . 'N , '- . ' 5 . -.4 . 3 'T"""-,+i'Q-""x'f-frpiu1.iux..q,,,5c! , - "'Q'9i':7+- .-'A ' :Am ' ' , ' - film.,-m2x.N. ,, , 'san M . . 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M nap' x "Q 1, -..-V S f , 2.1, ,:, . , -1, -o 'fl Floyd Nalussn AIC , mf -' ' f' ' -7 mm ' ' F "N. - -1 N' M' ff 2 Q J 5 2 "'- 7' It T Q- Q ' 1 . A Y f - I Q 1 .7 F' - AV f f .- ,E Wg. . H nl Wlllxam Anthms Progrum Dxreclorg Peter Hammond, Cffnvral A4Hl'lHgE'l'j Iamcs Motyl, Chief knsgrnecr lohn 'wmmx Awstmt to Cr-l11fr.1lMan.1gr1r NF I 5.1, ,I j2?',! 'gi' A fg 3.3 gif! fl. lf' 1 J I 6 . p' f X ' 3? Ron Caplelte Fred Scales QL Y M 1 I Dana Chaifetz TAPER 113 ,- :FW A D556-wha Henry Daudelin Wendy Hutchins 1969 TAPER EDHTNUALBOARD Editor-in-Chief . . Assistant Editor .. Literary Editor . . . Senior Editor ...... . Photography Editor . . , Sports Editor ...... Editorial Assistant . . . Secretary . . STAFF Henry Daudelin Peter Greenleaf Steve Geller Leona lttleman lean Gardner Dana Sue Chaifetz . . . .. Fred Scales Wendy Hutchins . Ronald Caplette .. lohn Sawka . . . Ed Hyde ., ,.. Phil Grise Shayna B. Polinsky Honorah Phillips Sandy Sheldon Martin Waite Cheri Pierson Ann McCoy Pat Hogan 4 lohn Sawka GREEKS Back row: lot-3 Maggi, Warren Winnick, Fred Colisimo, Mike Franceurg Front row: Russ Newsome Lew Tallarita, Ed Mantenuto, Alan Cassella 115 5 , I :fa . 4- ' X ' "J K. A, ix - 1 5. 'Ss , A vt gif 5, A if I W I -1' T3".a','V?. 4, . .' ll ' V5 ' W F. 1 A V V: Y ' Q ,J ' 1 ' -If Lf 2 'Hg M .WMM 4 A Y .ae , TN I , , ,"-, -1 ' " A L, -' -. - 4 g . I .W 1., u A fF:':7W""' '- ' 7 Q M Ve. lfhei w - 1 -. . ' 'H may " " ' ' L Hhs.-A :sf um- 'I ' .. A h . n 1- ,I , , 5- - -is -v 1 lg --------- Q pw 5 , V,,4 ,H X j v i , P, Y Mi ' A gf A Q -2- 'X ,V !,.., . F 15 ""' ' :' 5, ,K l 'Q' b' L'-A.. 31 , 1 ,' I I ' ' bfi!! 'f:51',j3jfE-' fi " 5' 6 - ' X. fl. .gg-. 'UN' , Ziff-fT' " " "' 1 - ' :N - a' we v 0 ' . 9 - ' F7 E 5 ', t ! -- " , -Yugi! 'MQ ' 'C ,V . V 6 f . 553 ff - '- :fn ' A - ' E ' - ,L V ., .- . E 2.4 3,4 1, I xq,Lg7i, 3--: X . Yin ml ' f'f51aP'- T 7" , ' 4 j-Y'1'f?fi . 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'Q hvf- 1 'flfffi 'z-if K . ,Q .f f 'ix i fwpfw Vwaai f : ,- P, Ji . f', fff , gfQn f i?'H if Q " , J ' f ,Q u:':.,,f' -IJ kd-fnff 4 ,lvx "' f ,BT 1 gl f vgf-it "SV S1 lf , ',M'fii:,f'b1'Ag 'si .1 L, if-"vw 2, I A . - if-ff ,.,q-..4' N 5 1 ' A, -- 1 K :l -fstsu. , ' 3 vs . ' F-W! ' .nil :if I 5-5: ,..-mf Q wi N:-..--.Q -illiii 2. Richard Ferrone, Vice-President 'I. Mike Delaney, President 3, Bruce Wiggs, Seqreiary 4. Alan lackson, Social Chairman 119 LPI-IA SIGMA DELTA Dennis Sullivan Bob Fenton Arnie Silkey lay'HaII Paul Carrabeila Louis Lallanta Charlie Hummel Russ Newsome Fred Colosimo AI Capshaw lohn Berry Walter Hogman Doug Mattson Rob Servian Arnie Small 120 rw? 29" " iz' r ,Q . , ,, E? ' e 2 2 E3 r 15 Y fs! ,rg , 'iz r 1 1 L.i. Y A ir sn, ra 4 ' e... .1 2-:V 4 " rv rr rr"": ,,r , IE wiv .x1 seg iii if Q3 ll '1 r 1 X 35 'S 1. R N , P 'd t lay Hall, ViCe-pre5idem USS ewsome res' en 3. Doug Mattson, Treasurer r is 3 1 i Wi . 'r r wi cg Q 1jwmirfQ w ,f uw,f3a,rr 1 I A . r f'iQQ.s .5 I wi TF 'PPV 'W f 4. Arnie Small, Secretary 5. Louis Tallarita, I.F.C. representative 'W F It 'hfl 5 ?i Q! .I 1 3 5 V fr Qs, , 'x v A Q J 5 X ri 1 Vi W TLS ri 4 ' -J A . V, ., i H 1 V .QI r , 1 :E ' Qrg -rt.-.fv . , IQ?-L1 -' 'l-.Aa s Z- ? ..,....i.,u W 1 1 I ' a 3 4 ! PHI SIGMA KAPPA john Carey lim Donahue Dave Leddy Charlie Brown lohn LeBlanc Bob Kelley Bill Athenas Terry jones Al Cassella Bill Hogan Vin Aveni Russ Haynes Howie Meehan lim Ramah Rick Hawkes Mike Francoeur loel Friedman Paul Fredette Ed Mantenuto Tom Bradway Russ Ramah Dave Sugarman Peter Clopper Dennis Gutride Chuck Massa Ron Provost .XJ 1. Al Cassella, President 2. Rick Hawks, Treasurer 3. Chuck Mason, Secretary 4. lim Donahue, House Manager 4. E L ? Z' fi ff m w' 5, i' 'Q 5? Q' Q 1x -- .HJ ', ,F U ,4..,d,,wf..-uk.,-.........,.....v.. .11-.W-v Q.. , .W - --va' V . 'runs-f-'5"?' 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Art Sotirion, House Manager ALPI-IA IOTA GAMMA FII lb" -dw 21:-, al... 4 ,,,-meg.. .-wi" Front: Chris Szumiel, Carol Gordenstein, Tina Walts, loanne Rouiliard, Roberta Pagey Back: Marilyn 126 v l 1 ,A 1, V n D I B Shayna Polinsky President f 1 xl, 4 I , I Carol Gordenslein Social Chairman Tina Walts Vice President 1 5 En Carole Organek Secretary 127 ALPHA UPSILO 35 ea L ,E A 147 t- 1 ,i if -2 i ii il' If l' 4 g""TsS1 'Y I Front: Barbara Rosencrantz, Ellen Mass, Secretary, Carolyn Filios, President, Linda French, ISC President, Sue Talbot Second: Gail Levine, Mattie Seiler, Peggy Perkins, Darlene Wilson, ISC, Mary Filloromo Third: Pam Davidson, Donna Hess, Kathy Bowie, Treasurer, Roxanne Smith, Debbie Howland, Vice President, Nan Seeman, Paula Dunbar, Wendy Hasbrook 128 Q l., Carolyn Filios President .1 ,, . X , 'Ya I1 s J "Azn1l"',v L Q'-. Ellen Mass Secretary r l I l gf T I fl v ll - l'-res ' l wif' 1' lm Debbie Howland Vice President QS:- .lr r ,., Kathy Bowie Treasurer 4U SIGMA LA BDA KAPPA Sigma Lambda Kappa Ellen Colbert, Elaine Evans, Sue Goldenberg, Mimi Savage, President, ludy O'Connor, Karen Merrill Kathy Siano, loan Hernberg, Marge Perchel, Sheila Carrol. 130 11.1 Mimi Savage President T45 .,,. U6 Goldenberg loan Hgfnbefg 131 1 ' 43- ' Assv 2, mm. W' Q 'H' H VN' '11 ' ,, .,fgef'5e 7,1 , :1 W qs, iii ' s. ,Q :iff Y H w W W k , K gy, ,Z ,A , W., 5' - I 2' X 'W my f wvflggf 3-1 fig' uw N, QR, gi 5,3 ' . '., .nr .- Q " 'ff ., ' 1.7 - ,t , , , pw 'ff ' MM.. "M ,Q ' , , fu E l JL' J, 3 I in IMA :QW-. gs-535--M 11 QF 'lx 5 ,.- +2 ' ' ' ' ff ' H -A . 'gg V-,qfifflglggf 'Tiara' Z1 EW' M 15, ze. -6... 1: Q gg. 4 Q " , 'Q ,421 arf ' rife, -ur .451 'Q . 1 Qu , K S 5' :1 ,xv ., ,, 55 2 ., is mm ' ,E ,J -. ,Y ,- ,, gi 21, X H5 SENIOR WEEKEND JUG END BARN i 1'- df' I I gfi 1-f.. dl fb 11 ' .ra-. ? , 'L Q, ,giz- 5n,.-nz-, - - :'?'s .4 .iw , !,.r-9 - 043 Cl, ,- 'Q fail' 3- 41 ,A it 1 .- I. E A . UQ t -Hb ff Q J - 1 RSL? 5 ' fwgilj, '1 Q I E 136 - SENIGR PRCDM WILLOW GLEN 1? Ag, 17' r O :I-A Q n Aw W--f 1 v,d my I E' 4 X 1 P 7 xV 4 X I ,,. . XX, N , ff I 'fx ilk, x ,X f '1' 4 F 2 li ' " K 5' f , an 1 , ...- .hx A., 1 4 A i ll J, VALEDICTORY ADDRESS President Hines, Members of the Faculty and Administration, Distinguished Guests, Relatives, Friends and Fellow Classmates. lt is a rare opportunity which is being afforded me at this time the chance to speak to my "elders" and to have them listen. I shall try not waste it. The thoughts which I will voice in the next few minutes are my own, yet I feel that they are a fairly accurate reflection of the opinions and desires of the majority of my fellow classmates. We have all been students at one time or another and we all know that there is no single individual who can be pointed to as the "typical student". just as our physical appearances vary so do our mental attitudes and individual philosphies. On any college campus, and ours is no exception, will be found radicals - both of the Left and of the Right. Yet, the majority of students, who comprise an independent and stable middle, far outnumber the activists. Most of our class is inactive. I do not demean them in any way by saying this, in fact I compliment them. They are the stabilizing force in a democratic society which insures peaceful and gradual change. Change which is evolutionary rather than revolutionary. We "young adults", the majority, are not shirking from our responsibilities as citizens of a tree society, on the contrary, we are often more concerned than those who become activists and proceed to fill our newsprint and communications media. We see the problems of our time in many lights and by so doing realize some of their many facets and complexities. Once having made this realization it becomes self-evident to most of us that no easy answers, no extreme or radical answers, Left or Right, Black or White, will provide an acceptable solution. Unable to voice a workable solution, my classmates, most of them, like myself, remain silent. Often frustration makes us apathetic. I do not say all this in order to justify apathy or inactivity, nor to defend this "inert" majority, but rather to bring to light the true nature of my classmates and myself. As anyone who takes the trouble to look will readily see: students are indeed as diverse in their opinions as is the electorate at large. There is no reason for the great concern on the part of the older people or those who are reasonably happy 140 Le lames Galloway with the establishment that the young people of this country are out to destroy the values which have motivated their parents and built our nation. This anxiety is unfounded. The great majority on the campus will filter into society, as we are about to do, and they will add to the stability of our social system. Rest assured young radicals are not going to take over and uproot their heritage, however, change will come! lt will be pushed forward by young people in disproportionate numbers but it will not be violent or radical change. Evolutionary gradualism will be the course. We young adults did not spend four years in college society without acquiring new insights into modern and life in America. All is not right in this and most of us realize that it never will be: country but things can always be bettered! We are going to see that things do get better, at least we shall try. Our methods will not be radical, but they may be new. Innovations.in many areas will stir up the wrath of our parents and older generations, but they should always try to remember that we are out to better our way of life and theirs, not destroy it. They sent us to college to gain that broader education and they have only themselves to blame, or congratulate when we attempt to use what we have learned. As we all know, theory is a guide to action. To insure some degree of harmony in our society extensive intergeneration communications is needed. The exchange of ideas is necessary to human society and essential to all culture. lt is just as necessary to the functioning of a college or university. Communication must, however, follow an orderly pattern if it is to be useful and meaningful. Lines of authority are, therefore, essential to the existence of any institution. When, however, a failure in communication takes place, trouble is bound to result. The longer the communications line is broken the more intolerable the situation becomes. When a failure of communication occurs between parents and their children we say it is the result of the "generation gap." All young people and their parents seem to experience that "gap", however it has a tendency to close as the young adults enter in to the "establishment" It happens that the college is usually caught in that period in which this "gap" is the widest. The parent-child gap is often said to be result of the theory of the students clashing with the practicality of their parents. The college's problem is more complex however, for it is two-sided: a college is an exponent of theory, yet it is run of necessity with the cold efficiency of modern business. The students see both sides and feel that the administration is not practicing in some areas what its faculty is preaching! The stage being set, the battle annually commences. We ask ourselves: ls this situation inevitable? No, not entirely! The failure of communications between generations may never be bridged but it need not be carried over to the campus. Only by improving the communications between Faculty, Administration and Students can the trouble on our campuses be resolved. The violence on the campuses of our country's leading colleges and universities has suddenly escalated. Shotguns and rifles have become the order of the day. The disrupters feel themselves shut off from society and ignored by those in authority over them. They shout "What recourse do we have but to be violent?" They should say: "What recourse do we have but to be peaceful?" For violence will not make their demands more just and in the long run will harden resistance to them. It will only provoke further violence not greater understanding. Understanding must be gained in the classrooms not in the courtyards and administration buildings. When a few close down any institution of higher learning they deny the majority their right to an education. Speaking for myself, when I am denied any of my rights I become belligerent and resentful. Sympathy and understanding are far from my mind! l will not be a pawn to minority tyranny! It is not merely poor psychology to close down a college in 'order to protest injustice, it is self-defeating! What has violence and disruption of our nation's campuses accomplished? It has caused the public to condemn college students in general as radical and dangerous. It has caused the administrations to turn to the court injunction and the National Guard. It has caused the Congress and State legislatures to cut off aid to colleges and students. It has caused serious students to return home in disgust in the middle of a semester. It has caused a once sympathetic faculty to withdraw support. But worst of all it has made progress and change more rather than less difficult. The battlelines have only been hardened by violence! ls this the result of a discontinuity in the educational system? In some instances, yes. But the necessary corrections can only be made in a spirit of cooperation and harmony. I believe that corrections are necessary. For if today's freshman is not more mature and better educated than his counterpart of twenty years ago, we would surely have to say that our educational system is failing! By the same token, if a college's administration and curriculum remains geared to the student of twenty years ago, disruptions are bound to occur. The communications gap in many of our colleges may be a reflection of the failure of an administration to keep pace with the changes which it helped bring about. At most colleges the need for administrative and curriculum reform has been recognized. But since change does take time, patience is called for, not only on the part of the administration but on the part of the student activists as well. l firmly believe that patience and understanding are the keys to progress, not only on our campuses but in our society. Hopefully violence and disorder will never prevail at American International College and our doors will always remain open. Only then will we be able to say that we have found some measure of understanding between students, faculty and administration. Working together we can insure for future generations their right to the same broader education which we have enjoyed at A. I. C. and by so doing we will be making a contribution not only to our alma mater but to our society as well. Thank you. SALUTATO RY ADDRESS Patricia Latka Admiral Hines, members of the faculty and administration, relatives, friends, and fellow graduates: For those of us who will become alumni of American International College tomorrow afternoon, the dawning of the day of our dreams is truly near by. And with this day we must say farewell to A.l.C. and to the many people who helped us and encouraged us to reach this peak. Yet, let us not bid our fond adieus without a word of thanks. First, to our faculty and administration, who have shown a sincere interest in us, and have tried to inspire and motivate us - they have given us the keys of knowledge, which will open many doors. Yes, they have given us fine tools which will give us an ohpportunity to advance in this world, and we thank t em. Secondly, we must express our gratitude to our parents. Many of them have struggled to give us a chance, so that perhaps life will be a little easier for us than it has been for them. And now, a word of congratulations and praise to the graduates. We too have a right to feel proud today, our ability to work hard has been proven. lt has been a long hard road for many of us, we have been surrounded by a dense forest of complex exams, and perhaps have had a sneaky suspicion at times that we had wandered into the wrong classroom. However the days have passed quickly, the end of our college years is here. But we still cannot relax. When we accept our diplomas tomorrow, we will receive much more than a piece of paper, we will be accepting a responsibility to ourselves and to the world. Although we have specialized in our major fields for four years, we must not forget that we are responsible citizens of a real world. To be leaders in this world, we need a general education of reason and understanding. If we remember this, surely the world will be a bit better. And no one will expect more of us than an honest effort. Yes, the day of our dreams is truly here. Yet, let us face not only tomorrow, but all tomorrows with our faces turned to the wind and our heads lifted to the sky - and enter the world of love and hate determined. As Thoreau said, "If you build castles in the air, your work need not be lost, that is where they should be. Now put the foundations under them." A chapter in our lives has ended, now look forward and let us begin anew. IVY O RATOR Howard Berk Mr. President, members of the faculty, fathers, mothers, friends and especially my fellow graduates: We are here tonight to dedicate a plant to the memory of the Class of '69. Not only is this traditional, but symbolic. The supposition behind the planting of the ivy is that it will become the barometer of our growth, among many other things. The plant has already been born, it will grow, then live, then die and decay. We follow this same pattern, in some cases the mind decays long before the body dies. However, we are more complex, For instance . . . when a plant is cut we cannot hear its screams. We do not see its love. We do not see its fear. Unfortunately, we are human beings with human emotions. When we scream we are heard. When we are fearful we hide or struggle. When we love, we radiate. I ask you then, how can this ivy represent the hurt and love we have felt, we are feeling, and we are going to have to live with? We have laughed, we laugh, we will laugh. We have loved, we love, we will love. We live to become shadows in the hearts of things and people. We are the past, the present, and the future. We are suspect because we deplore the inadequacies, the injustices and the contradictions we see in our world. We are misunderstood because we are feared, we are feared because we know. We know but I know nothing. I see the knowledge and the wisdom of eons before me. We are four-dimensional, we can move upward, downward, and to all sides, but most importantly, we can probe and penetrate with our minds. The latter aids us in utilizing our experiences in the other three dimensions. We can move upward to Paradise. We can move downward to Inferno. We can move sideways like our forefathers on a never-ending spiral plateau, satisfying today at the sacrifice of tomorrow. What road are we, the inheritors of the earth, going to embark upon. Will we capitalize on the fourth dimension? ln the past, a few people determined what course the bulk of humanity would take. Today we are rapidly approaching mass awareness, more voice and power for the unheard generation. And, we are the unheard generation. For unlike past generations, we are screaming for justice and equity, but the reply comes in a trickle as if in response to a whisper. Maybe we are rightly labeled impatient, but the miseries of the world have too long suffered with patience. I have used the word Uwe" many times, nevertheless, in the final analysis it will be the individual who must commit himself morally and physically to whatever task he wishes to undertake. All of you should know that together we could conquer the wall of darkness that surrounds us. We are at the hub of a wheel today, not unlike the single sprig of ivy. The wheel has spokes, hundreds of them, each of you will traverse a spoke, you will live your lives. But, we can never forget our origins. We should never be allowed to forget them. We are as continuous as the iv . yOn your own way then, do your own thing, but remember: we are together, we think, we feel, we crawl into the crevices of the wall of darkness so that we can grow. No, the ivy should not symbolize us unless we symbolize the ivy. We must grow in mind and spirit until the day our bodies die, then and only then will we have realized life, then and only then will our shadows be able to rest in memoriam. wif Q F1 I- 1 z -f . 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Standing in line waiting to move into place for graduation exercises is strangely reminiscent of a similar scene four years ago. It was September of 1965, and we formed an endless line in front of Lee Hall for our first registration procedure. Yes, freshman year is four years behind us, yet it seems like only yesterday. We were initiated into AIC with an orientation period of beanies and hazing. Socialization began slowly and was marked by the tortures of Kangaroo Court, the removal of the beanies, and the excitement and thrill of our first Homecoming Weekend. The Class of '69 made quite a show, winning fourth place in the float contest and producing the Homecoming Queen from within our membership. Then there was that November night when the power failure caused a black-out which might be considered the fastest and most unique socialization in the history of the college! With hardly a moment to relax, there occurred another strange "happening" on campus. A character named Crusader Rabbit decided to make his appearance, and he caused enough confusion to warrant the closing of the Yellow jacket. The infamous headline read: "Y. l. Folds." In February, we triumphed again with a freshman Winter Carnival Queen. As that first year drifted to a close, WAIC was re-established with many of our class on the working committee. Ominous as they appeared, our Nat. Sci. final exams were not total disasters. We all pulled through and left for the summer with hopes of returning for a somewhat less hectic sophomore year. Upon return, however, it was obvious that the year would be hectic, but yet uniquely different. We now were doing the hazing rather than being hazed. Homecoming brought another young lady from our ranks into the limelight of queen, as did Winter Carnival. Sophomore year, however, was a year of readjustment. A folk song states it best: "And something's lost, and somethings gained, in living every day." The crowded old dining hall where everyone shared tables, chairs and even plates was lost, but a large, new Dining Commons was erected to better serve the purpose. A new national fraternity was gained, Zeta Chi fZXl became Theta Chi QSXJ. All of these changes affected the sophomore class. Many of our allusions were lost as we were able to look at the new freshmen and realize how we began and then look at the upperclassmen and realize how much further we still had to go. The year was most dramatically marked by "sophomore slump" as depression and frustration rose from the period of innter transition, conflict and insecurity. Summer was welcomed as a time to gather one's thoughts and strengths in an effort to decide whether or not to "stick-it-out" and return in the fall. With new ideas, more strength and greater intentions, the majority of us returned that September for our junior year. Things began on a serious note and promised to remain that way until March. Roger Donlan, the treasurer of our class for two consecutive years had died, and a clock was constructed atop the Campus Center in his memory. The Student Government constitution was revamped through a long, tedious process. AIC became affiliated with Model Cities and established an NES Center to increase and improve community relations. Other organizations were also formed that year: P.R.l.D.E. and the Men's and Women's Dormitory Councils. Again Homecoming had a reigning queen from the class of 1969 making a total of five queens from our class in the past three years. In sports, we had a winning season - nothing can replace the thrill of beating Springfield College in football and carrying their goalpost back to our quadrangle. In March our championship basketball team was selected to play in the NCAA college division finals in Evansville, Indiana. Many students, after giving the team a send off rally and parade down to Winchester Square, packed up and started across country to cheer them on. The McCurdy Hotel will never be forgotten by these traveling fans. The Evansville "happening" was unlike anything we had seen and it would always remain in our memories throughout the summer and throughout our lives. Senior year began with a bang when SDS was shot down by Student Government. All of a sudden things really began to move: curfews were changed and parietal hours were initiated in the women's dorms. The School of Education was established, and the Massachusetts Intercollegiate Government CMIGJ was founded under the direction of our Student Government President. Athletics were highly successful - with our hockey team placing :lil in the East and our basketball team once again in the Evansville play-offs fthis year to place third nationallyj. Another rally and mass exodus took place as SG helped finance travel expenses for those brave souls who were willing to make the long trip. For those who stayed in Springfield, there was the thrill of greeting the team at the airport and then the police-escorted motorcade back to the campus. After spring vacation we all returned to find a long-awaited promise come true. Amaron Street was finally closed to provide additional parking facilities. A few weeks later AIC launched its first Dialog Day, which actually lasted three days. It allowed the entire student body to speak out on any topic at all that was related to improving the college. The three days were an overwhelming success, so rare in this time of student unrest when students all over the country tend to irrational actions. Breck Hall of Science was constructed and in full operation as our newest classroom building. Construction began on Hines Hall, 'the new co-ed dormitory named after our retiring president, Admiral john F. Hines. We planned quite a successful testimonial dinner on his behalf in early May to express the students admiration, respect, and fond good wishes to our president, who had been with us through our four years. After completing our last finals, we all took-off for Senior Week-End and lug End Barn. Laying beside the pool in the warm june sun, most of us finally felt the impact of graduation. Four years of fun, frustration, and friendships were now behind us - where would we go from here. . . most of us went into the pool to refrain from feeling melancholy! Yet, the path was behind us, four years of carving that path brought us to the first sharp bend in the road - graduation. The line is moving slowly. When each name is called, we will receive the certificate, enabling us to step out the door from AIC and step into a new world. We are ready to take that step now. ACCOU TI JOHN K. ANDERSON While the candle of IM: still burns one should try to accomplish all he can because afer it burns out its too late. Professor Thomas .I. O'Nei1, Jr. VINCENT A. AVENI When the going gels rough the tough get going. 'Xa-. . .s if V 4 T ,. we Professor Nicholas Russo as eg LAWRENCE WILLIAM BALDYGA LM: is similar to an accounting problemg it isn't balanced, there will always be error and problems present. DANIEL BOROWIEC Meaningful social relationships depend primaribl on the succesgitl conveyance gf 0ne's real and not pretentious p ilosophies. FRANK A. BOGDAN Love of truth shows itsey in this, that a man knows how to j?nd and value the good in everything. RICHARD A. CALVANESE Lives of great men all remind us we can make our lives sublime, and departing, leave us footprints on the sand of time. 5 lu' 5. 23 V 'v ? I ig-'J IP ,, DAVID A. CONKEY The ladder if Iy'e is full of splinters, but t ey alwzys prick the hardest when we're sli ing down. BERNARD M. COURTOIS Hard work rewards. EDWARD ROBERT DOWNER Go traveler, and imitate J you can a man who is an undaunted champion of liberty. V M V N w 1-rm-a -- 2-5-'rs V-54.4 m,,g-WT A --' ' in "ww Dean Harry J. Courniotes FREDERICK JOHN GIGUERE He who lives for himseb' will have small troubles, but they will seem to him real. He who lives for others wiil have great troubles, but they will seem to him small "" '24 man does what he must - in spite of personal consequences, in spite of obstacles and dangers and pressures - and that is the basis of all human morality? ANTHONY PETER COSTA, JR. This above all: to thine own sey' be true, and it must follow, as the night the day, thou canst not then be false to any man. ERIK JOHN GRANAT Beware of little expenses that come uf, a small leak will sink a great s tp. John F. Kennedy Profiles In Courage ROBERT W. DEVEREAUX It matters not what you ought to be, but what you are. JOHN HOLJES Until thought is linked with purpose there is no intelligent accomplishment. gift W 6 S me 15 , .W 32. 3, ,,, as E 5- Qi 1 eg? 5 Q 2: is wt W 4- Fw. ,QL ,A Xw f' . ' L Salvatore Anzalotti, Jr. Assistant Professor and Chairman Department of Accounting sr W H E.. THOMAS JOSEPH LAFOUNTAIN A man ofen regrets his speech, but never his silence. MARY LOUISE MAIZE The common tasks are beautyal we have eyes to see their shining ministry. Q.. is if E 5355 BEVEN SMITH LONG. JR. The world belongs to the enthusiast who keeps cool. FRANK PAUL MIKUSZEWSKI, JR. Take each man 's censure, but reserve thy judgement. A. Qtwig , ..., .. RAYMOND A. JACOBS, JR. Like a rare vintage wine, he improves with age. RICHARD EUGENE MCMANAMY An error graeefulbz acknowledged is a victory won. Professor J. Clyde Sumsion I ,f In JOHN ALLEN KOSOWSKY Be swyt to hear, slow to speak. slow to anger. GLEN T. MacLEOD Open your eyes and look for some man, or some work for the sake or men which needs a little time, a little friendship, a little sympathy, a little nobility, a little human toil. 1. . . ., ,. !,,f-ev, Ms., ' , J.. - . ma. . .45 I .1 "' '. 'J T7 Hi ' ' 1-5-Qffflf .. i ,I 7:5 i-bfiiyifiagg. .-. " ' sf J' r' ?,i'1i.ff 'L5,i2'5'f35 if QL, :7'i"f" ,,.1kyfiSt'??!fn ' A 'L 'ITF V"4'- li- 1.'?""'1r-"'!'. 'SF' .. ' r' I-giaig ff., .. , ,,. ,, ,I 5:1 5. , 51125. ' ' 'X RAYMOND P. PLASSE In order to be succesjul, a person must work hard Very few people can attribute success to pure luck. DANIEL LEWIS TASSINARI Don 't be afaid to do more than your part. ff:-I' -U REGINALD P. MORRELL Experience is the name given to past mistakes. Mr. Kenneth F. Burgess RONALD E. PROVOST CARY D. RUBMAN The best laid plots of mice and The sweat ofthe brow and the toil men are made by mushrats. of the hands will never make one wealthy. JOHN F. WALSH Three things in life are certaing birth, death, and taxes. WILLIAM G. NEMEC To be or not to be, that is the question. RONALD MICHAEL SMITH Eniperience is the best of sc oolmasters, only the schoolfees are IICZZDLV. ECO MICS X Er? es Q 5 Robert L. Hemond Professor and Chairman Department of Economics ROBERT LAWRENCE HUBBARD Someday lhere'lI be a race of men who can face even the stars without despair, and think without going mad DAVID ROGER RICARD The will is assumed to be free, within limits, so that history is within the power rj man to shape. t ' 26311 I X PAUL CASSANELLI EDWARD JAY FINGER In our short lives, may we find time If a man is worth knowing at alL to stop and smell the roses. he is worth knowing well. , m egg- ru- ef- .-- : W 5 Q F it JOHN A. GILDAY WILLIAM STUART HOGAN. JR The unexamined IW is not worth Is there anyone so wise as to learn living. by the experience of others? Professor Robert D. Smith, Jr. 4 EF ti? 'Ci' "When to the session of sweet silent thought I summon up remembrance of things past. . ." Marcel Proust WILLIAM F. WAJDA The positive always defeats the negative: courage overcomes fear: patience overcomes anger and irritabiligf: love overcomes hatred. 'WILLIAM ANDREWS YEARICK , Q L , X Professor Michael Gural Professor Richard L. Bolster - - - ' f--'Q ' I, it " ' H: Q- -- - H W l I ?' 9 l I it we JOHN FRANCIS ST. CLAIR SAMUEL ARTHUR WILLIAM EDWARD TURGEON A mans worth is estimated in this SPRATLIN, JR. We know that QF a mans education world according to his conduct. Every fact that is learned becomes is finished he is finished. a key to other facts. Professor Melvin H. Siegel The greatest of faults is to be conscious of none. EDUCATIO win i4'.?4E3z'i5mJ b n I Dean Arthur Bertrand BEVERLY ANN BROWN I will IM up mine eyes unto the hills, hhom whence cometh my hey. M eh: cometh fam the Lord, which made heaven and earth. WILLIAM MORGAN BROWN Success is getting what you want,' Happiness is wanting what you get. CHRISTINE BASDEKIS How do I know what I think until I feel what I do? SONIA A. BONAVITA Today is just a key that looks to the fixture." DONNA JEAN COREY No bird soars too high he soars with his own wings. I E I F I I ,J 'frfizzr' ,?'7ETTifif-W" TNF' " ,"l-- 'f'r1-41-S-a1'i'.'1- . 'T " ' ' ' ' ' 'H 7'7" !,m.,rg ,, ,, . J. I L E, W. .,,,,,M.s, mm... M W in 9 XE r A '11 It .. N . , - 1- . mm ,U r . f - 1 ve I JANICE DAVIDSON Sel confidence rs the rs! requlszte to great undertakings 222 5, mm PAMELA NANCY DAVIDSON There are limes when we must ace the music even thou h we dzslzke the tune So make I e best out of your ll e Izve love and be h 'JPPJ' ' f, SANDRA LYNN DAVIS One meh ojjoy surmounts ofgrzef a span because to laugh IS proper to the man -Q-Q 'is' J. xr, -,4 lu- . w,: -,L --gp ft ,A it III f ' f ,1'j"1 'P il-4:4 . ' 1 ' iff- .., ur ,uw -I , . W. , I S L, -A. ,-1 :uw u r W. M, N Y Q I Professor Barbara Smxth DONNA MARIA DEBONIS Some see things as they are and ask why,' Let us aream things that never were and ask 'why not?' CYNTHIA JOAN ENRIGHT The test of a human being is the cause he serves with heart and soul. SIRARPI FEREDIJIAN Happiness is not having what you want, but wanting what you have. Wgiii51"2'2 X' Q1 miie ifmmc CENTER ' .L -ff M!- ! , V , J ,Q ,iid Sl si Professor Robert Kirk GEORGE FERRARO Seek and ye shall find NANCY GARCZYNSKI Look to this day! . . . For yester- day is alreaz? a dream, and tomorrow is on y a vision. JEAN AGNES GARDNER Flee fam the crowd and dwell with truthfulness. And Truth shall make you free, there is no fear! e it ' Di" 5 its ' 1 . ' 1. J. Y.. N H, , V fr " ' H :if , ...WN w 1 52 . 4 Z - Y ' H in - ' ' N E w. .4 ' ym"vw'. ' r :.. ww W mt .Z A r N... , Y - 1, .. i If . , Y Y I r . , "L 1 1 Professor Henry Barton "Education commences at the mother's knee, and every word spoken within the hearsay of little children tends towards the formation of character. " Hosea Ballou Professor Frank Mclnerney BARBARA LEE GIBSON CAROL BETH GOLDSMITH CAROL GORDENSTEIN Believe that lqe is worth living and In about the same degree as you One must not tie a Sha? to a single your belief wi l heb create the fact. are helpfuL you will be happy. anchor, nor We to a single hope. Professor Kenneth Winetrout ,M ' 'D 5, 41 ' H fe um' Q. 11 ' ,W Q .1 N fs Q 2 W A - . 1 lie E 555 , V 1 ff - en 5 222 ,if 5 tu ' 5' seam CAROL MARY HANSON Let none falter who thinks he is right and we :mtv succeed. 1.1-, EIL E' 3' W V it ' M . n Z. mn E . 3? DONNA M. HESS Never resort to revenge - instead never forget to jbrgive. fi KATHLEEN J. HANUS If you have built castles in the air. your work need not be lost: that is where they should be. Now put the foundations under them. NEILA ANN JARVIS For all of sad words' rj tongue or pen, The saddest are these: He might have been. SUSAN J UDD Nothinf is impossible lo a failhjll and wi ling heart. 'N psi, V I A SANDRA J. KA,1?1Nos ' I I V T The end signifies the beginning of ' 'I ': 1' ' something new. 1 , gi Professor Nicholas Russo PATRICIA H. KELLOGG ELIZABETH ANN KENNEDY I have enjoyed rhe happiness of Dream lojiy dreams, and as you this world,' I have lived and loved dream, so shall you become. JANET KIERYS LINDA JOYCE KIPNIS How do I know what I am unless Have no illusions and you will I know what I jeel. never be disillusioned Professor Gilman A. Randall MARTA ROSS KITCHEN We believe in the past When the present isn't right. We believe in the past When the past is out of sight. "Out of the strain ofthe Doing, Into the peace of the Done. " Julia Louise Matilda Harvest Home SUSAN LOVELL Admiratian is a very short-lived passion, that immediatbf decays upon growing familiar with its sulyect. , u, w LINDA CAROL KLUG Most people would succeed in small things if they were not troubled with great ambitions. ROSALIE MARY LEMANSKI Love is an outgoing concern, 'love is very patient, very kind . . . is never rude, never irritatezi never reseny'uL" NATALIE DORIS MAND Happiness adds and multiplies when divided with others. we nf- if if LEROY WILLIAM LAFLESH Our business in Iyfe is not to get ahead ty' other people, but to get ahead of ourselves. J -E:-1 T,.:.:. A is . ., ww ,n - if 4 wx.: -,E LINDA MARY LAFFERT Men open make up in wrath what they want in reason. BARRY L. MESTEL A man must blaze his own walk upon it himseM trail and W 7' ' W ' EETZTQTE MARY-ANN MICKIEWICZ Lge is a pure flame, and we live by an invisible sun within us. VIVIAN IRENE NEUMANN Ours is to live lje to the pzllest and take fam life onbf what we desire. SHERRIE NORMAN We should concentrate on being people rather than striving lo conform to a predetermined label. 1 r MARILYN J. MILLS God asks no man whether he will accept IW. That is not the choice. You must take it. The onbf choice is how. .f"" X111 .-Q A ' lr Professor Olindo Dragone MAUREEN ELIZABETH O'BRIE.N So much to do,' so little done. if E umm ii I EI BONNIE LEE MURPHY The glory is not in never failing, but in rising every time you fall. JEAN O,CONNER LW is not a paragraph and death I think is no parenthesis. Professor Jeanne B. Busser 4 JOSEPH RUSCIO III The individuaL yn he is filed with love of mankinaf with breadth of vision, with courage and with endurance, can do a great deal. f he l Y 1 h wi HHN MARY LOU SAVAGE I I had but one thing to teach my ellow man it would be that "Everything happens for the best 'I DIANNE J. SERAFINI Many can argueg not many converse. Wi i 3 '- , 'wi w?"":el Fa -Q K-13: 5 ' -IE , ,, NB-5 H W M mi fig: 'MESS Professor Louis M. Conlin LINDA LEE SHAFER When you are aspiring to the highest place, it is honorable to reach the second or even the third rank. 'Sa3"sT' fa -' 1 'T-Tui 'TV1 1 I I DOROTHEA SHOCAS Happiness comes of the capacigi to jeel deepbi, to enjoy simpgf, to think free y, to risk lyk to be needed, to be loved w k - ill + .f u l' l .'l l ' I, fl. fu Nw' JACLYN SILES LESLIE MARSHA SILVERBERG Happiness isn't found in searching Preserve your memories, They're for it. It comes quietbl while we are 'all thats ef of you. hehiing others. w th lj SN LAURIE L. VEZINA Give me enthusiasm to greet each brand new day - But let me love the little things I find along the way. Professor Henry A. Benjamin MARGARET JANE WATSON Tell me not in mournful numbers, LW is but an em ty dream, Life is Real! Lye is Earnest! Let us then be up and doing With a heart for any fateg Still achieving, Still pursuing, Learn to labor and to wait. W - 1--- A fi- -- M A 5 :Q +1 www.. , in in M I Q . Q SUSAN JANE SMITH To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under heaven. BONNIE LYNN SULLIVAN Be ly'e long or short, its complete- ness depends on what it is lived for. MARILYN ANNE WILLIAMS Society is built upon trust, and trust upon confidence in one another's intergrigt. ig Q 'fe 5 1 i as WF ENGLISH 'Y have learned silence frorn the talkative, toleration from the intolerant, and kindness from the unkinal' yet strange, I am not grateful to those teachers. U RUSSEL C. ABAIR Celui qui veul,' peut. Professor Lee E. Holt Kahil Gibran ARTHUR THEODORE ANDREWS The measure of a man's divinigf lies in his humanity. 'fa-sf Milton Bimbaum Professor and Chairman Department of English MRS. DOROTHY BAUMANN Believe in yoursehf and what others think won't matter. PAULETTE SUZANNE BOUCHER 1 accept that I walk to the end on a road of which I am more and more sure, toward horizons more and more lost in fog 2: V Y Y 'razwf VY, :JI ' :ij H' 'rv I. wp -- '- . IW ,mt- HJ , e J 1 PAUL CASSELLA Appreciate the moment. N 1 JI 'Ii r Y .1 DANA SUE CHAIFETZ Be not afaid of ly'e. Believe that lye is worth living, and your belief will heh: create the joct. ROGER L. CHOQUETTE Ah, but a manlv reach should exceed his grasp or whatis a Heaven for? . w r -,- V :1 v,f it AJ ANN M. CAVANAUGH Sometimes in the lowliest of places the most wonderous treasures are found. Professor Jeanne B. Busser , Aw 'glen Y- - 1, Professor George Reecer JON WAYNE COLLINS A well-bred silence :lr always at command L rf 4 Y ' ' gy, ew V Ei 1 , 4 , A 3 1 ' H 4 to 4 1 Professor William A. Dulfey, Jr. SHEILA ANN D'ASCANIO SHERRY C. DEANE JEAN CAROLYN DELISLE Whal you would seem lo be, be Be committed to something and U I can brin just a little joy into realbf. aware of everything the hearts of a few, I wil have lived a lyfetime. Professor Francis M. Kelly, Jr. I MICHAEL ROSS COOPER The hours that make us happy make us wise. MARILYN DIAMOND If you have always done il that way it is probabhf wrong. KENNETH GRANT FERRERA I IM my winecup and drink to the roaring river My heart is as jul! as the rising waters. ..-4 ELLEN JOAN FINSTEIN The woods are lovebr, dark and deep But have promises lo kee And miles I0 go before I slgep Professor Kathryn I. Gordon CHERYL REBECCA GALLANT FRANK S. HURWITZ WENDY JOEL HUTCHENS LEONA R. ITTLEMAN Two roads diverged in a yellow Ly? is ngf college. Mqv I The dream that I see makes me I am part ofall that I have mel. wood, raduale well, and earn some what I am. And sorrv I could not travel both. honors! Dr. Frederick F. Driftmier ROBERT S. LEVINE Literature is my Utopia. Here I am not disenjranchised. No barrier ofthe senses shuts me out fam the sweet, gracious discourse of my bookfiends. Mrs. Bertha Hertz 'Alt FREDERICK W. MCDONALD STEVE PIPPIN You must look into people as well And thus do we if wisdom and if as at them. reach, With windlasses and with assays of bias, By indirections jtnd directions out. Mr. Henry A. Barton , -... LAWRENCE P. QUEIPO Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. I if-I :'1 MRS. JANE GRAVES PIUSZ Be strong! Something is in you that can smile at jizte. MARCIA ELIZABETH REES I 'm goin back out before the rain starts affglling. R. nr 'i LUCY ANN SAMBOR S lowl but surebf, she can succeed who gelieves she can. VICTORIA ANN SKOWER Do unto others as you would like them to do unto you. -u- -' 1, X 11 .? 1 is-If 1 .. .Ag-c.:h Mrs. Miriam Cavanaugh I iv jg- .zu Professor Melvin G. Williams MARY ANNE SULLIVAN To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heavens. Professor Frank L. Auerbach ,Je , if I..-4 X, .,ys.'c.r-L rt 32 1: 0 lk , rf-Jff:..' 5 5 5 , , I' ' 3 ANN THERESE TOCZKOd t kg " 5 ,F if One must work for knowle ge to he ,b Q g tmebf attain it. s 1 x, I ,, Y 'I - :-. K 4, - " av- P W' '- - ' A- " ,, if a -" ', FINANCE "Can we ever have too much ofa good thing?" Miguel De Cervantes Don Quixote, chapter 6 'Nb' RONALD BISIEWICZ WILLIAM J. CARLANDER JR. The-harder the attempt the greater No man is so tall that he need fhf? WIPHCI- never stretch, nor so small that he need never stoop. Professor Richard L. Bolster Professor and Chairman Department of Finance DAVID A. DAMOUR Give me the ke s that will unlock the hearts of alfll meet, please help me understand ways not my own. ROGER HARRIS EATON As we advance in ly'e, we lea limits of our abilities. rn the fv ff Ei il 4 -sniff -f" '- ,- ft! 4 -. .. ' r 3. . , .--W-7" 5 . , l 51 A H 41, f Qi fi? 1 61' , ' U - s ri! T..- '- 5,-ryqfet V x' lmlf X 'M . J 1 4 Y Q. .54 h L' X by, : 5 is 5 ii ., -:V 1? tx . ,..... . . 14 ,V 3 , I . A I m.-,ua are 1 'Q 'Q 'glihinei' 1 JERALD A. LINDFELT It takes 20 years or more of peace to make a man, it onbf takes 20 seconds aj war to destroy him. ,S Mr. Emest Welker WALTER S. OLBRYCH JR. Human nature is so constituted that all see and judge better in the ajairs of other men than in their own. +173 j ROGER REID HODGMAN There is none so blind as they that won 't see. WILBROD EUGENE LAPOINTE Nothing ventured - nothing gained. We J Professor Herbert E. Schubert GENERAL BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT, PERSQNNEL MANAGEMENT AN DOMINICK ANNUNZIATA Let the word go forth . . . to friend and foe alike, that the torch has been passed to a new generation. . , 'ix JOSEPH P. BIGOS, JR. Know, man hath all which nature hath, but more, and in that more lies all his hopes of good. KENNETH F. BORONSKI Think of lU'e,' do you have a minute, or are you busy sinking in it? Shore is niceg' to be on land' take a day, you 'll understand. 1 w i M. CONSTANCE BATISTA DAVID L. BELAN GER No man is an island unto himsey Lie is reall sim le, but men, . f y P and to be an festive teacher insist on making it complicated involvement is a requirement. J. Clyde Sumsion Associate Professor and Chairman Department of Management HOWARD SMITH BIDWELL II Aim at nothing ana' you 'fl hit it. D -C'f'sk,-H v :ya :- X129 Jilin., I x ffm '-., X A, " ' 49 '- .rz ..1,-,, ,..f A' a,-D t. x X Rs. 'im 15' annum .. Wm' ' 'kan LUKE PAUL BYRNE There is no more wonderjizl possession than a fiend sw" S, ww, iss, ef F, mph JT, A H 3? Lg, , T ww lee BEVERLY JANE CARPENTER The woods are lovebf, dark and deep But I have promises to keep, an miles to go before I sleep. MITCHELL MICHAEL CHARKIEWICZ, JR. Live today to the fullest, as y'- tomorrow depends on it. .4 RONALD JAY COHEN Money is evil ev: backwards is lxve spelled .WW JILL M. COUGHLIN Love and securiry go hand in hand Q he-.1 ee., i. JOSEPH P. CZERBINSKI Build today, then, strong and sure, With a firm and ample base,' And ascending and secure Shall tomorrow find its place. W mr 2? . Y I-., Richard L. Bolster Professor and Chairman Department of General Business ROBERT J. DELISLE To be what we are, and to become what we are capable of becoming. 5?-H, 5 -, ix l PATRICIA DONNELLY Jog on, jog on, the foot-path way and merribf tend the stile-a: A merry heart goes all the day, your sad tires in a mile-a. ' ull ' S w :Eu H553 "ww NORMAN L. DUBAY Whenever there is anything worth doing: its worth putting forth your best ejforl. Professor Nicholas Russo ALLEN S. FISKE He who starts ahead stays ahead! in ,1 H, , H ' LQ' if GEORGE ROBERT DORIN Grief can take care rj itsehf but to ie! the full value of joy you must ave someone to divide it with. LEO PAUL FIORINI The Quiet Man. ALLEN MICHAEL FORRANT I do not steal my victories. PERSTON JEROME GELLER PHILIP E. GIARD DAVID LAWRENCE GLEASON You can find love tn every single No day comes back again. One No man can climb out beyond the person Inch of time is worth a foot fy' limitations of his own character. ode. 'i . . be as the sea and ebb and leave onbf a moment of the sandshine. " Hannah Green I Never Promised You a Rose Garden Jeanne B. Busser Assistant Professor and Chairman Department of Secretarial Science T w wi, QI ev X 45 so fm' W" 4222! lfxxv win 'Q W +z:z?iiz:Q gm. X,zggg,,H! ' W2 flsfwxzzegfr ef Eglin ,Sim Qznlgggggw A fm" Hsfiw J 3 eh lm, in ,f ff ? Dean Clinton M. Bowen 2 CHARLES T. HASELTINE No one is useless in this world who li htens the burden ofitfor anyone e se. C. A. HELTON Live each day as though your last. WEFC VIRGINIA PAULSEN HEYL They must upward still, and onward who would keep abreast of Truth. L. JEZ little inspiration and a lot of combine to produce but achieving a agoal is and jbilure to o so is J. KALENKOWITZ everyone shall exert himself that state of lye in which he is I0 practice true humanipf his ellow men, on that the ture of mankind. JAY GORDEN HEYSE Among mortals second thoughts are wisest. ROBERT L. HOWARTH Your outlook on ly'e is bound to be brighter from behind a smile. THOMAS WILLIAM JONES Money is a basic need in American Sociegt, but should be placed second to fuyfllment in life. MRS. MARJORIE M. KANE There is a tide in the affairs of men Which taken at the flood, leads on to fortunej Omitted all the voyage o their IM: Is bound in shallows andcn miseries. JOSEPH WALTER KABAT When the worst is over, you find you haven 'I even started sg PETER GEORGE J ABLON Oh wouldysome power God give us To see ourselves as others see us' CHARLES FREDERICK KAISER III Intellectual disgrace stares ,pam ever face And t e seas ofpigz lie locked and fozen in each eye. . 1" - - --'I T.,--ai X J wit K W "Htl STAN KATZER . SHARON ANN KEEGAN LW belongs to the enthusiast who Give me the patience to accegt e ROBERT JAMES KELLY I shall strive toward goals which NELSON HARVEY KOSTO Eve one is as God made him, and keel'-Y 0001- those things which cannot shall best assist me in the jitture ojteya great deal worse. changed the coura e to change the and unquestionabbr res ect the things which can ie chan ed and judgement of others dging the the wisdom to know the dygerence. same. JANICE ANNA KULIG EDWARD KWASNIEWSKI A jier all, tomorrow is another Halywy is the man that fndeth day. wis om, and the man that getteth understanding KEVIN M. LYNCH There is no chance, no destin , no THOMAS GILBERT MAZZOLI PAUL ANTHONY LONGO fate, can circumvent or hindr or What haiopiness is there which is Machines move mountains, but control the firm resolve of a EMIL C. MASI not purc ased with more or less ty' initiative moves men. determined soul Idleness is the holiday of fools. pain? 'ui me -iw ff fe 7'-E --fl ggi if -., . W m m guluiu 'lu w SIP CHESTER MODZELEWSKI The abundance of available knowledge is inexhaustible. One can never learn all that there is to know. Certainbl not in a liktime. Conse uently education of oneseh' shoulj never come to an end. Fifi! 427775 JOHN JOSEPH O'LEARY III Face the right direction until the sun appears. . . Turn toward the brightness away from doubt and fears. VINCENT WILLIAM PICCOLO In dreams begin responsibilities. l ' l N I I li K 4 I KATHLEEN MORITKO The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet, JOHN A. PERNETTI How to be a millionaire without reallv trying. RONALD J. PROSS Viewing the world as ever-changing and conditioning mysey to an honest understanding of it. 5 I 1 SAMUEL ANTHONY MOORE The best way out ofa dgficulty is through it. Poor J im Jay Got stuck fast In Yesterday. Walter DeLaMare Jim Jay JULIUS C. REED This is the day to ress forward To strive for a higlier aim, A day for mastering roblems That make up lU'e's little game. is J his M ROBERT D. NORMAN Success cometh from the accomplishmentg Now I must accomplish my success. LESLIE STUART REYNOLDS No man is an island entire of itsef every man is a piece cy' the continent. -7 AMT WILLIAM JOSEPH RICHARDSON JOSEPH F. RILEY To be or not to be. RONALD HENRY RODRIGUEZ To see the world in a grain of sand and a heaven in a wid fiower. A man is what he has done, and what he has done he has chosen to do. MARTIN EDWARD RYAN The rung of a ladder was never meant to rest u on but onbf to hold a man's jgot long enough to enable him to put the other somewhat higher. CARL MARTIN RYDELL WILLIAM JOSEPH ST. GERMAN The sun does not set in my Ambition and determination mold dominions. a personlv ly'e. . ., I 17191, fl-.'1f'..'1"i2'2.:vg1-rim. J . - - .e. -- 4' Z f. - .-4. 1-, -. , . , I ,. l 1 - ' six ' ' "2 . 1- . 372'-' ' - ' Q 4 . ' -V : : ' :: ' ,' '- . 1 v, Y my uw :sir t Q- ' ? t NYE: '6- Professor Robert W. Hutton ROBERT A. SHEINFELD DONALD W. SIMPSON LM? is like a never endirbg track, The fool doth think he is wise, you never reach the en but Q' but the wise man knows himseh' you stand still you perish. I0 be a fool. H, I :Q mm- Sw 4- - I - 1- ,-,I IQ.-13. f' V 5 : -I I .. - n 1, WSH me AE- E :Y 2. -ag . , l 3 GARY MICHAEL SOCHA RAYMOND GEORGE 'KENNETH ROY SUTTON The rent hope of .yogfgjy is is ll Sfl'0ll on the indivijual character. Good-humor makes all things beach, as near the oceanis edge tolerable. as I can go. '24 man has dreams of walking with giants T 0 carve his nitch in the edyice of time . Richard M. Sherman Robert B. Sherman Mary Poppins PETER STANLEY JAY ALAN WEISSMAN WARYWOSKI Today is the frst day of the rest Far better it is to dare mighgt thingsg to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered with failures, than to take rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy much nor styjfer much, because they live in the grev twilight that knows not victory or defeat. H. WILSON time is never found again. of your lfe. WARREN WINNICK When the going gets tough get going tough, the ROBERT STEVEN ZBIKOWSKI The wise man controls his destiny. Professor Herbert E. Schubert f HISTORY sais 15? IHFQQBW ggi, Es Eg .E D. KENT BUTPERFIELD The greatest thing in the world is to know how to be yourseyf MICHAEL JOHN COSGROVE There is no cure for birth and death save to enjoy the interval. LESLIE FRITS DINSBACH ARTHUR H. GINGRAS Fear no more the heat ofthe Sun Leaving nothing untold I seek out For LQ'e is but a wine-stained new experiences. Strumpet. Dean John F. Mitchell Professor Margaret E. Horsnell ,fm W L iid Jn- .VN RA-X I 1 M X, 'TN PETER WESTBROOK GREENLEAF All lye is the struggle, the ejforl to be itself JOHN C. HERBST III Our jitture may lie beyond our vision, but it is not completeLv beyond our control. RICHARD STEVEN HOFFMAN Let no fuieasure tempt thee, no profit a lure thee, no ambition corrupt thee, to do anything which thou knowest to be evil. TS' f . A N mx , ,,,,.-"" R 'w. , , ,iw JOSEPH DANIEL KEEFE Know then thysef presume not JAMES A. HOWE God to scan To know is nothing at aIL' to The proper study M mankind is imagine is everything. man. ge F21 Edward L. Davis Professor and Chairman Department of History 2 Q ,. 5 vfv : -ri mg ,Q f Professor Frederick A. Palmer Professor Jeremy S, Scanlon GARY DAVID LAMBERT Smile and the world smiles with you, cry and you cry alone. RICHARD FRANKLIN MOORE The rewara ofa thing well-done is to have it done. E DOROTHY JEAN MEURISSE We have the mission of living together in our separate ways, as we love. JOHN ELLIOT MORRILL Lye is full of unknowns. How one copes with these determines one's success. Success means hard work. LW is what you make it. SHAYNA B. POLINSKY If by my work through IW I can Another soul unfold, Then I have done what cannot be Made good by praise or gold. s my eil JOHN F. SAWKA, JR. Forgive me Lord my little tricks on Thee, and I 'Il jbrgive Thy great big one on me. RUSSELL ALLEN WEBB Discontent is the first step in the progress of a man or a nation. RICHARD DOUGLAS ROCKSTROH What man wants is simpbf independent choice, whatever t at independence may cost and wherever it may lead. Q "Let us at all times remember that all American citizens are brothers of a common country, and should dwell together in bonds of fraternal feeling. U JAMES N. WHITE Welcome everything! Welcome alike what has been, and what gever was, and what we hope may e. uw A ROBERT BRUCE WILHELM We are both spectators and actors in the great drama of existence. Abraham Lincoln -Q Y 'J as W we ' f ' V " f ' A - R X - L - .v., 1- Harold E. Bowie Professor and Chairman Department of Mathematics Mr. Yu Cheng Pan PHILIP JOSEPH CLARKIN Men do not excell in any profession because they labor in it, but they labor in il because they excell. -an Z is ,fm- EDWARD DONALD DVORCHAK He that won't be counsellea' can? be hehwed DIANE MARIE GALLERANI Sweet are the things we remember Through shadows of candlelight, Fragile the spell we are under Dreaming, and yet not quite. EVELYN JAYNE KWASNIEWSKI JUDITH A. HENDERSON A man has power to choose Perfection of the life or the work A fortune, employing wisdom as guides. v QE. , . PATRICIA ANN LATKA The truth is that IW is delicious, horrible, charming, sweet, bitter, and that it is everything. ! Every man is the architect of his love and dvi' RICHARD P. LADIZKI . . . any man's death diminishes me because I am involved in Mankind, and therefore never seek to know for whom the bell tolIs,' It tolls for thee. 'Y can it be contented with yesterday's glory, I can ,t live on promises Winter to Spring, Today is my moment ana' now is my story, I 'll laugh and I 'll cry, ana' I ,ll sing. Randy Sparks Today 191 ,ww 3.3 ,E Wu ww se mx M U M E BRIAN LONG 1 have not yet learned to let go- wlth the heart. DANIEL JOSEPH MICHAEL Well begun is hay' done. Mr. Gerald F. Root RICHARD MICHAEL NUGENT No longer selfsh wqys we tread The greater task lies just ahead. BETH L. PUTNAM Little thingbconsole us, lzecause little thing afflict us. Mr. Stephen A. Tice LOUIS DANIEL SALIER CASIMIR JOHN WITALISZ Believe only hah' of what you see Blessings never come in pairsg and nothing that you hear. misfortunes never come alone. R S E T E 3 F STANLEY EARL ROWE Too much of anything is loo much for me. .Ai A6 Y THOMAS DAVID RUSIECKI In this year 1969 a dread ultimatum confronts the world . . . peace and survival or death, and our generation will be called u on to make this decision, so go jfrth triumphantlv. 193 CDDER ANGUAGES Manfred Halberstadt Professor and Chairman Department of Modern Languages Mr. Louis Batiot gi CAROL J. CERCONE Our Lord has written the promise of the Resurrection, not in books alone, but in every leaf in springtime. ' r GAIL BENSON The grand essentials to happiness in this ly? are something to do, someone to love, and something to hope for. . . RISQIIQIARD BLAIR CHAPMAN, More .things are wrought by prayer than this world dreams of. . . MICHAEL W. CULLEN Every right implies a responsibility,- every opportunity, an obligation, every possession, cz duty. O. MELBA GONZALEZ Good memories . . . a place in the sun . . . a certain smile . . . little things . . . packa e from home . . . car. . . high hiopes. Professor Louis Seiglie MARGARET LARSON Perhaps the greatest and mast dyjicult goal to which a man can aspire is to be completebf honest with himself Professor Simone Deitz GAIL CLARE LEVINE C 'est la vie! 1" I 'ff .1 ' Q, ' - Al ' ' y ,ll J ' gr .. , ""S?!'4iQP42:- Professor Olindo Dragone BARBARA MUSEN I asked for all things, that I might enjoy IM? I was given Iye, that I might enjoy all things. . . Professor William A. Tarenko Professor Marquela I. Perez V H JAMES LAWRENCE MARTIN To have grown wise and kind is real success. PRISCILLA EILEEN PRICE I love people, traveling, and seein new places. For me, a Christian Iii is most rewarding and wondedul. ii 'G 5. RENEE RITTER Every man has in himseh' a continent cy' undiscovered char- acter. Ha py is he who acts the Columhyus to his own soul. DENISE SACCAVINO Truth, be thou more sacred than the pleasing ofa Fiend. PATRICK WIENER The way to have anything is to realize it might be lost. N XX MALINDA M. SMUTEK And 'tis nw faith, that every flower Enjoys the air it breathes. Professor Sergio Tigera Professor Leonardo Dalmau Professor George T017 ey PHILOSOPHY Robert C. Baldwin Professor and Chairman Department of Philosophy 4 '-my JOHN GEORGE KLENAKIS You can get more with a kind word and a gun than you can with a kind word alone. Mr. Paul E. Provost Professor Lawrence L. Habermehl 199 POLITICAL SCIENCE 1 YH Lg ul if . E:-. DAVID NEIL AITKEN DONALD M. AUSTERN When men are young they want ex- I still believe in the goodness of perience, and when they have humanigz. gained experience, they want energy. HOWARD BERK LW is ull Q' people and people are full of6Ue, respect and love them both equalbf. HOWARD LESTER BONIS, JR. PETER CARELLAS Nurture your mind with great LW is the faculty of spontaneous thoughts. To believe in the heroic activigf, makes heroes, The awareness that we have the powers. Chattar Singh Samra Professor and Chairman Department of Political Science L fl ESTHER M. DAY That we might clasp, ere closed the book if fate, And make t e writer on a fairer lea Inscribe our names, or quite obliterate. uw I 1 , ,, at '- f vii "'Q'2:gi-tg? iz. . .... . e M eiii ,L ii was ,,,'es.,, :Q ra, f, 'Q We I , H2 we Q 1, ii H 'ii A ii, Q i f Mig., -' , iii H , A, lm q""'V?7lE'1 FREDERICK A. DAY, JR. I know but this Q' all I would I knew Truth is a dream unless my dream be true. PATRICIA GARDZINIR FINGER Ability is of little account without opportunigf. RAYMOND A. FOISY We should gain more hy letting ourselves be seen, such as we are, than by attempting to be what we are not. STEPHEN A. FINN I have made a eeaseless ejfort not to ridicule, not to bewai, nor to scorn human actions, but to understand them STEVEN GELLER Let each become all he is capable of being. ANDREW WEBSTER HASTINGS What we frankbf give, forever is our own. sa w- 'TAL wmwnm Ea nm 1 - - -yi. -,1 -Z. 7 ,. :LY , , .5 'timmy Q s, wi W Semi Professor Julio A. Giarusso JOSEPH PAUL KNAPP, IR. My compass points neither East nor West, but forward skis-L E .s L m,E5 RICHARD ERNEST MINNIE The circumstances ry' others seem good to us, while ours seem good to others. Q 'CT' PETER ANDREW HITAS He who wait to do o reat deal of good at once, wilf never do anything. le ss LINDA ANN JORDAN Cheer up, the worst is yet to come. WILLIAM EUGENE ORZECH Question not, but live and labor, till your goal be won. RUSSELL J. NEWSOME I believe in living every day, for all it can be. A fer that no categories of typing wi I ft or last. ROBERT GARY WRIGHT Some men look at things the way they are and ask why. I dream of things that are not and ask why not? RICHARD W. THIVIERGE To dream the impossible dream, To reach the impossible goaL This is my quest, this is my life. 5 N ---i,. .-, I I fl J, l o e Q . es il use we MICHAEL ANTHONY REVERUZZI Literacy is the prerequisite of democracy, for without literacy there can be no politics, there can be onbf rumors, gossw, and prejudice! "T he old order changeth, yielding peace to new." FREDERICK KENNETH WILSON, JR. The things that haven 't been done before Are the tasks worthwhile today,- Are you one ty' the flock that follows, or Are you one that shall lead the way? 1 . Www ' MN!! Tennyson The Passing of Arthur PSYCHOLOGY Richard C. Sfxrinthall Professor an Chairman Department of Psychology MIRIAM BROOKS Seek a man with integrity and inner tranquiligv and jind a giant among men. Oh - to possess integrity and lranquiligl. RONALD CAPLETTE Earth's the ri ht place to love, I don't know where it's likebl to go better. STEPHEN WARREN ALPORT Thunder is good. Thunder is impressiveg but it is the lightning that does the work. SUSAN M. BARTNIK Whatsoever things are true . . . honest...just... pure... Iovehv. . . ty' good reportg y' there be any virtue . . . any praise, think on these things. '71 friend is a person with whom I may be sincere. Before him, I may think aloud " Ralph Waldo Emerson Essays: First Series, Compensation JOAN CONGDON The world must be searched with the mind Its people sensed with the heart. DIANE C. DUBOIS What do we live for il is not to make IW less dyjicult to each other. ELLIOT FELDMAN There is so much good in the worst of us,' And so much bad in the best of us - That it well behooves any of us To find fault with the rest of us. l lt Dean James A. Brennan GEOFFERY STAPLES FERMAN We judge ourselves by what we feel capable of doing, while others judge us by what we have already done. l 1 'bf k , ,X ' 314. . -nent a Is. fl :- Mr. Lee Sirois .1 BARRY PAUL FITZGERALD LINDA FAYE FRENCH Do well and right, and let the Make the most o We as we ass world Sink. this way but oncef P Professor Austin W. Flint PHILIP JAMES GRISE, JR. The perception of the Comic is a tie of sympathy with other men, a pled e of sanity. We must learn by Iaugiter as well as by tears and terror. 206 CYNTHIA LEE GODEK . . . and so my fantasy becomes realigt and I must be what I must be and j?zce tomorrow. ROBERT GENTHNER The philosophy of one century is the common sense of the next. , E . ,.,i...i? ,Z-gi-:- , I dw , 1, L 4 ,-1 I , .figs We 5 GERALD DONALD HEALY No manis credit is as good as his money. MICHAEL ANTHONY HULL A man who seeks the past but not the fizture never leaves the present. MICHAEL KANE The .onbr way to gain happiness is WALTER D. KLEIN to give it, the more we give, the I1 matters not how long we live, but more we have. how we live. 3h in 1 .A K. M 1- . WK. ,mix .I if ,:A' ,U Q V ' ' J w E" 1 Professor George S. Grosser "Wisdom is the principal thing, therefore get wisdom: and with all thy getting get understandin g. Proverbs 4:7 I" 4 "l 1 3 tt.. Professor Robert R. Carkhuff RICHARD I. KUSHNER character is. Professor Miriam L. Leveton F A V 2 nt 5 , THEA JANNA MCBEAN i , . fl X is ongzng. HOWARD GARY MANGEN Aj ' WI Happiness is not the end fy' ljeg 1 J 2 1 M Let today embrace the past with remembrance and the ture with LW - The integration of ALAN RALPH MARTONE experience and learning, for the LW is not so short but that there is attainment ny' sefactualization. always time enough for courtesy. gm mimy' HF, PETER WAYNE MILLER JANICE MAY O'NEIL Peace on earth, goodwill toward To be sensitive is to be aliveg and men. the more sensitive one is to the world the more alive he is. GEORGE CHRIS PAPPAS I am the master ofmy jizte, I am the captain of my soul. THOMAS LEROY PLUMMER LORIE RICH Who dares nothing, need hope for Just outside my wisdom are words nothing. that would answer everything. QW 209 Professor Bernard Berenson ,tm -E We S M H .2 H E ttwegm www ... U H. A 3 U-QQ. it W jgggj eg H m Max W S - tt we L., ,Y -, - t W .wvfv Lak eg: in fee H - :ft 'S Ei get -:ee N Vg Z E 1 " uw S " Q QMS Q ' .. L at V .. Q . ng. W s ' 11 tt :rape Y ' 75' f ' - Q 11' CARMEN TIM ROSELLOE Whatever is worth doing at all is worth doing well. JOHN P. SACCAVINO Better than horse chestnuts. Professor Robert F. MacLachlan. Jr. WILLIAM JOSEPH SERETTA, JR. . . . A lie without conjrontation is directionless, passive, and impotent. MARIE FRANCES SIANA When you are aspiring to the highest place, it is honorable to reach the second or even the third rank. if ARNOLD CHARLES SMALL Joy is not in things, it is in us. .Us -ng U P. SOKOLOWSKI ouroge, be thou our strength to the disranl goal. rdf VID TAYLOR man ain? go! no culture! JJ wh + 1 ' Sq Y, is A it Q. 'L' E S N. . 1' i Dean Rita M. O'Conne1l Mr. D. Irving Conrad E. WILLIAMS, JR. IS not dealh that a man should JAMES WOGAN to live. cious sea sucks me in. 7' I ther he should fear never Daughter cy' Atlantis your saga- SCIENCES Professor Alan C. Dickenson he ,M S. I Q Isadore Cohen Professor and Chairman Department of Biology Jean Frank Assistant Professor and Chairman Department of Chemistry :J A will A. .3 ge QE. PAUL WALTER BASAMANIA Some men see things as they are and say why. I dream things that never were and say why not, JANE ELEAN OR SIMON S CLARK And miles to go before I sleep. PHILIP WILLIAM DALESSIO Never try to be anything other than what you are and endeavor to be that best. gxw lf 'TW E W wi RICHARD A. BENIOT Better play the man and jizil than be a mouse and succeed was v---- JAMES J. COKKINIAS Is Iy'e worth living? It depends upon the liver. SHARON ROY FANTI Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. -Ai , 4,,,4, ,M l 0 N ,L I : WALTER J. KIELBASA LEONARD J. KOSTEK Patient industry overcomes impos- So much to learn, and so little sibilities. time. Professor John P. Mumane Professor Kenneth C. Dupont Mr. John A. Stone BARBARA ANN KULIG CRAIG B. MARDUS Well, somethings lost, but same- Always be trutly'uI and you have Il1ing's gained in living every day. nothing Io worry about. ALLAN HANS MORICH EDWARD S. NACEWICZ, JR. It will be success I shall have Iej? Quiet, happy - I best remain myseh' behind unknown. ... K xt X ... Mrs. Eileen Schneider ig -qw - - -1, mv,-:-fig-W--ffttt-f V? ., sq, , , W7 , ?3v,,l...,j T., 5 ' l .. ' is 5 . 'fm ,V , Y V' l N . , wi Q I I H M 'I SUSAN ANN JOAN POGODZINSKI Lo, a word am 1, szgnibfing now nothing and now many things. GARY NADER Do not pray for tasks equal to your powersg pray for power equal lo your tasks. James A. Coleman Professor and Chairman Department of Physics l "QF f 1, 4, 2, .g i A. i Dean Charles R. Gadaire Professor and Chairman Department of Natural Science RUSSELL LOUIS RAMAH Man will trap the mouse, but will eat the cheese. ff la , 2 .. PAUL RAVERTA Life is a necessary evil which must a rat be dealt with and defeated to be lived. -' hr' MARK ALAN REYNOLDS Lament the mistakes of a good LINDA MUENCHOW ROOK The onbl way to have afriend is to man, and do not begin to detest be one. him until he affects to renounce his principles. "T he supreme happiness of lyfe is the conviction of being loved for yoursebf or, more correctbf, being loved in spite of yoursebf " Victor Hugo PATRICIA ANNE SCHUBERT Most pea le would succeed in small JOHN STANLEY SUCH NORMA JEAN SADOWSKY things they were not troubled In lg'e, as in chess, fore-thought You onbf fail when you stop trying. with great ambitions. wins. Professor Henry A. Benjamin DAVID ALLYN YOUNG In the never-endin search for truth, look not for what isn't there, but fashion an idea fromwhat ,you have, and with your gf of intuition for a guide, follow the faintest will-o-the-wisp till it shows the way. SOCIOLOGY TTS' PETER D. BARSKY You are indeed charitable when you give, and while giving, turn your face away so that you mav not see the shyness of the receiver. la ROBERT FAZZI U I can put my bert into life and get the most out of it, I'lI be satisfeti JOHN E. FRIEDLANDER Ask not what your country can do for ou, but ask what you can do for your country. LEONARD JOHN BUCKO A heart full ofjitn is better than a head full of nowledge. It Ng-Q uliw PHILIP JOSEPH DEFORGE. JR. Life har to be lived to enjoy it, experience all you can while you are young. I am the captain cf rrtv shqz, I am the master of my fate. x in , if -my M-1 We M-1 Franklin W. Gallo Associate Professor and Chairman Department of Sociology "We do not live to extenuate the miseries of the past nor to accept as incurable those of the presentv Fairfleld Osborn 216 The Limits of the Earth 5 use K... CHESTER BRADFORD EISOLD To escape the bonds of societv is to enter the realms offreedont. LINDA ANNE FRENCH The fear cy' ly'e is the favorite disease of the twentieth century. MARTHA NICOLINA GAGLIARDUCCI To benzi but not to breakg to yieltL but not capitulateg to have pride and humiligf. Professor Robert E. Lowric PETER ALLEN GALLIVAN I always like to kee au little smoke between myself!! and the rest of the world. SUSAN BARBARA LABELLO To right the unrightable wrong To con uer the unconquerable foe To be or the better. .- w ,zz I .- , ' I JANICE ELAINE GUZEWICZ Remembrance is a form 0 meet- ing Forgetting is a form of reedom. ROBERT FRANCIS LA GASSE Ambition destroys its possessor. 1- -it .., 'I Sim, V' 3252 " PATRICIA ELLEN HOGAN A new beginning often starts with a tear. PAUL P. LEFEBVRE Do what thy manhood bids thee do . , . ". "to love the beatttyitl, to desire the good to do the best. -3. SHIRLEY FECTEAU JAARSMA It is better to light a candle than to curse the darkness. CYNTHIA TOWERS MORICH Cannot we let people be them- selves, and enjoy ly'e in their own way? You are trying to make that man another you. Ones enough. Professor Robert H. Bohlke 15,-M 15:35 LORALEE P. NELSON And in the sweetness offrienalshqr let there be laughter, and sharing ofpleasures. For in the dew if little things the heart jinds its morning and is refreshed H. RICHARD NOBLE Even average abiligf, when com- bined with determination, often achieves success. ROCHELLE RUTMAN No book can teach us Sey It is a hidden language onbf Heart can read 1:5 ' . Lt' .L : E Q, A , X , I. 7' L ' ft pre J. , 52 it 13554 " 72-1,1 ' 1 wb ' is 1 .B t A' x .41 1' lj!-4 " 1 L. x uw the " i, 'wi' ixffuvil , 3,15 ALE: , ,WV rf' 1 . .lg ,, t It X!! X311 1' -A is '53 .J ' it + 5! ' . Sf' ,L " : WV' - . t .6 - is 1 1' ., . I tl , V ,U 5 1 at ,N - was 5: . 'l . - ' 4- - 1 , 1. ff 1 -Mtg' -,j,fg- , ,. ,.. 56:51. '- - , 379 " f , 4,-.Vg L- fp.. -, f ' ' NL . L 'rid' -'fl 2- . " Q ' "Z"' . '34-'Ff'5:'f-" -:'f"t1-".- " :V A 'X Z aweii 'gif V TWJ5-'ffjitt-" i 7 ' he N -' A x a s 'fit , rt .,. " . 'v'1::.' . . g"' -.21 A "P J 'E ' pf 'iw'-i5.'i:'151:5' 'lx' X A , ',CQ'ggf3'l-A1IfQQ" A, ' " -A 'f':-22225 1-va -1 'L , A . 1 fifffit-5" f't:gtffw5Tf?"EaE.,f ' 1 , , . ---- , 4 ,L f.,. I W tx. ,H QW... Egg. s -ml': , KEVIN ALAN PANDOLPH Common sense is very uncommon. MARGARET EILEEN SAUSA Sefconquest is the greatest cy' victories. 7 f-e ,gt -i I .. if- :Ti f ,..,!1.ff, EW? A M: il CHERYL ANNE PEIRSON I still believe, in spite of every- thing that people are realbfagood at heart . . . and. . . I sire no uture that will break the ties wit the post. RALPH WINSTON SNEIDERMAN Breathes there a man Whose soul has said, This is my own, My native land. I I 1 I L W 4 1 1 1 CYNTHIA JANE STILES Is all that we see or seem but a dream within a dream? SUSAN DEBORAH JOSEPH S. TAYLOR Set your goals high - y' you fall short you have lost nothing - but in success you have Igained the feeling ty' great accomp ishment. TINA ELISABETH WALTS VANDERPOEL 0h God make me sinless, but not Silence is one great art Q' yet. conversation. DIANNE MARIE WISENSKI Living does not consist in preserving and clinging to a particular mood of happiness but in allowing happiness to change its form without being disappointed. RUDOLF P. WOLTERS Often the test of courage is not to die but to live. V .m if , it J J ' -' fe ' :1'fl?.' Vg' 1 tff, V., .,-1 JOAN ESTELLA VAGANIS Enjoy your own IW without comparing it with that of another. Professor Andrew H. Grifiin, Jr SEINIIQR DIRECTORY ABAIR, RUSSELL C. Bachelor of Arts English 137 Laconia Street Ludlow, Massachusetts 01056 Transferred from Xavier University 1966 Campus Elders Society 3, 4 Yellow Jacket 3, 4 ADAMS, SUMNER BRUCE Bachelor of Science Business Administration General Business 43 Ingersoll Grove Springfield, Massachusetts AITKEN, DAVID NEIL Bachelor of Arts Political Science 3152 Kemper Street W6 San Diego, California 92110 International Relations Club 3 Political Science Club 3 Young Republicans 3 ALPORT, STEPHEN WARREN Bachelor of Arts Psychology 50 Warren Terrace Longmeadow, Massachusetts 01106 Psychology Club 4 Young Republicans 1 ANDERSON, JOHN K. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Accounting Summit House Becket, Massachusetts 01011 Transferred from Northhampton Commercial College 1967 Accounting Club 4 ANDERSON, JOHN W. Bachelor of Arts History 36 Leonard Street Athol, Massachusetts 01331 Transferred from Mount Wuchusett Community College 1967 Dorm Representative 4 Sociology Club 3 Tau Epsilon Phi ANDREWES, ARTHUR THEODORE Bachelor of Arts English 54 Prospect Street Springfield, Massachusetts 01107 Criterion 4 Garret Players 1, 2 Model Congress 1, 2 Yellow Jacket 1, 2, 4 ANNUNZIATA, DOMINICK Bachelor of Science Business Administration Business Education 97 Morrell Place Garfield, New Jersey 07026 Business Club 3 Dorm Representative 2 Psychology Club 2 Intramural Basketball 1, 2 Freshman Football AUSTERN, DONALD M. Bachelor of Arts Political Science 130 Bremen Street Springfield, Massachusetts 01108 Alpha Chi 4 McGown Memorial Library Scholarship AVENI, VINCENT A. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Accounting 366 Central Street Winchendon, Massachusetts 01475 Accounting Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer Phi Sigma Kappa, Treasurer, Vice-President BALDASARRE, M. DARU Bachelor of Arts Sociology Lenox Road West Stockbridge, Massachusetts 01030 Transferred from Berkshire Community College 1967 Dorm Representative 3 Psychology Club 3 Sigma Lambda Kappa Sergeant-at-Arms BALDYGA, LAWRENCE WILLIAM Bachelor of Science Business Administration Accounting 974 Maple Street Rocky Hill, Connecticut 06067 Transferred from Moise College 1966 Accounting Club 2, 3, 4 Alpha Chi 2, 3 Bridge Club 2 Dorm Representative 2, 3 Dean's List 2, 3 Intramurals 2, 3, 4 Accounting Laboratory Instructor 3, 4 BARSKY, PETER D. Bachelor of Arts Sociology 1800 Hillside Road Southampton, Pennsylvania 18966 Transferred from Temple University 1967 Garret Players 4 Sociology Club President 3, 4 Student Curriculum Committee 4 BARTNIK, SUSAN M. Bachelor of Arts Psychology 165 Prospect Street Chicopee, Massachusetts 01013 220 Alpha Chi 4 Psychology Club 4 BASAMANIA, PAUL WALTER Bachelor of Arts Biology 263 Bridge Road Florence, Massachusetts 01060 Biology Club 1 Dean's List 3, 4 BASDEKIS, CHRISTINE Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 57 Warwick Street Longmeadow, Massachusetts 01106 Transferred from Bouve College 1965 Criterion 3 Festival of the Arts 3 Model Congress 2, 3, Housing Chairman 2 Psychology Club 3 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 2, Student Government Representative 3 Student Government 3 Student Government Office Publicity Secretary 3 United Protestant Fellowship 1, 2 Cultural Affairs Committee Freshman Orientation Alpha Iota Gama Dormitory Counselor BAUMANN, MRS. DOROTHY Bachelor of Arts English 79 Penrose Street Springfield, Massachusetts 01109 Alpha Chi 4 BELANGER, DAVID L. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Management Worthington Road Huntington, Massachusetts 01050 Transferred from Northampton Commercial College 1967 BENOIT, EDWARD GIRARD Bachelor of Science Business Administration General Business 50 Beauchamp Terrace Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts 01020 BENOIT, RICHARD A. Bachelor of Arts Chemistry 31 Florence Street Westfield, Massachusetts 01085 Chemistry Club 2, 3, 4 BENSON, GAIL Bachelor of Arts Spanish 46 Tory Fort Lane Worcester, Massachusetts 01602 Class Secretary 1 Dorm Council Treasurer 3 Spanish Club 3, 4, Secretary 4 N.E.S. Tutor 2, 3 BERK, HOWARD Bachelor of Arts Political Science 9301 S.W. 81 Avenue Miami, Florida 33156 BERLIN, MORTON B. Associate in Arts 60 Breckwood Circle Springfield, Massachusetts BIDWELL, HOWARD SMITH ll Bachelor of Science Management Long Hill Road Andover, Connecticut 06232 BIGOS, JOSEPH P. JR. Bachelor of Science Management 155 Stony Hill Road Wilbraham, Massachusetts 01095 Alpha Chi 3, 4 Business Club 3, 4 BISIEWICZ, RONALD Bachelor of Science Finance 18 O'Connor Avenue Holyoke, Massachusetts 01040 Business Club 2 Newman Club 1 Tau Epsilon Phi BLAKE, GEORGE J. JR. Bachelor of Arts English 14 Van Horn Street Chicopee, Massachusetts 01013 Campus Elders Society 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3 Yellow Jacket Reporter 3 Dean's List 2, 3, 4 BOGDAN, FRANK A. Bachelor of Science Accounting 52 West Street Easthampton, Massachusetts 01027 Transferred from Northampton Commercial College 1967 Accounting Club 4 BONAVITA, SONIA A. Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 84 Pineview Drive Springfield, Massachusetts 01119 Newman Club 1 Woman's Recreational Association President 3, 4. BORONSKI, KENNETH F. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Management 24 Morse Avenue Ware, Massachusetts 01082 BOROWIEC, DANIEL Bachelor of Science Accounting 1 Coolidge Road Chicopee, Massachusetts 01013 Transferred from Holyoke Community College 1957 Accounting Club 4 Ski Club 3, 4 BOROWSKI, JAMES JOHN Bachelor of Arts Psychology 936 Dwight Street Holyoke, Massachusetts 01040 Transferred from Holyoke Community College 1966 Baseball Team 2, 3 BOSWORTH, JEFFERY L. Bachelor of Arts History 45 Knollwood Drive East Longmeadow, Massachusetts 01028 Transferred from Holyoke Community College 1967 BOUCHER, PAULETTE SUZANNE Bachelor of Arts English 148 Highland Avenue Ludlow, Massachusetts 01056 Transferred from College of New Rochelle 1966 Alpha Chi 4 Campus Elders Society 4 Council of Religious Organization 3, 4 Newman Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4 Sociology Club 3 BOUCHER, WILLIAM F. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Management 16 Massachusetts Avenue Longmeadow, Massachusetts 01106 BOUDREAU, CATHERINE A. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Management 16 Brittany Road South Hadley, Massachusetts Accounting Club 2 Business Club 2 Ski Club Secretary to Psychology Department BOUDREAU, PAUL D. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Finance 16 Brittany Road South Hadley, Massachusetts 01075 221 Transferred from Holyoke Community College 1967 Business Club 3, 4 Economics Club 2, 3 Political Science Club 1 Sociology Club 2 Basketball Team 1, 2 BRADFORD, MRS. SHIRLEY W. Associate in Arts 662 Amherst Road Apt 114 South Hadley, Massachusetts BROOKS, MIRIAM Bachelor of Arts Psychology Swamp Road Whatley, Massachusetts Transferred from Northampton Commercial College 1962 Campus Capers 1962-63 Class Representative 1962-63 N.S.A. Representative 1962-63 Festival of the Arts 1963-64 Garret Players 1962-63 Model Congress 1962-63 Student Government 1962-63, 1963-64 Student Government Office 1962-63, 1963-64 Yellow Jacket 1962-63, 1963-64 Sigma Lambda Kappa, Student Government Representative BROWN, BEVERLY ANN Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 16 Pickett Place Springfield, Massachusetts 01109 P.R.l.D.E. 3, 4 BROWN, RICHARD ALLEN Bachelor of Science Business Administration Management 65 Bride Street Agawam, Massachusetts 01001 Theta Chi BROWN, ROBERT Associate in Arts 51 Dunmoreland Street Springfield, Massachusetts BROWN, ROBERT E. Associate in Arts Business Administration 26 Warwick Street Middletown, Massachusetts 06457 BROWN, WILLIAM MORGAN Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 1350 Parker Street Springfield, Massachusetts Tau Kappa Epsilon BUCKO, LEONARD JOHN Bachelor of Arts Sociology P.O. Box 196 Clifton Avenue Westfield, Massachusetts Transferred from Universitv of Connecticut Class Representative 2, 3 Homecoming Committee 2, 3 Sociology Club 3, 4 Student Government 2, 3 Winter Carnival Sports Chairman 2, 3, 4 Yellow Jacket 4 Theta Chi President 2, 3 Inter-Fraternity Council 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3 Class President and Treasurer 3 Football Team 1, 2, Co-captain 1 Hockey Team 3, 4 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 BURKE, WILLIAM MICHAEL Bachelor of Science Business Administration Management 8 Jennifer Road Darien, Connecticut Transferred from Norwalk Community College 1967 Dorm Representative 3 Model Congress 3, 4 Student Government 3, 4, President 4 Yellow Jacket Business Manager 3 S.F.A. Long-range Planning Committee Massachusetts Intercollegiate Legislature Awards Night 4 BURNETT, MARY ANN Bachelor of Science Business Administration Business Education 1626 Northampton Street Holyoke, Massachusetts 01040 Business Club 3, Publicity Director 3 Sigma Lambda Kappa BUTLER, JAMES M. Associate in Arts 17 Moreau Drive Chicopee, Massachusetts 01020 BUTTERFIELD, D. KENT Bachelor of Arts History Chestnut Hill Road Chelmsford, Massachusetts 01824 Dorm Representative 2 Homecoming Committee 2 Ski Club 2, 3, 4 Winter Carnival 1 Tau Kappa Epsilon Secretary CALDWELL, IAN DOUGLAS Bachelor of Science Business Administration General Business 79 Dover Road Welland, Ontario, Canada Hockey Team 1, 2, 3, 4 CALLAHAN, RAYMOND F. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Management 93 Edward Avenue Pittsfield, Massachusetts 01201 Transferred from Berkshire Community College 1967 Newman Club 4 Alpha Phi Omega Society of Accounting Students CALVANESE, RICHARD A. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Accounting 44 Rutledge Avenue Springfield, Massachusetts 01105 Transferred from Holyoke Community College 1967 Accounting Club 4 CAPLETTE, RONALD Bachelor of Arts Psychology 231 Grove Street Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts 01020 Taper, Senior Section Editor 4 Big Brother - Big Sister Program 2, 3 CARELLAS, PETER Bachelor of Arts Political Science 11 Murray Hill Avenue Springfield, Massachusetts 01104 Student Government Young Democrats Representative 3 W.A.l.C. 3 Young Democrats 1, 2, 3, 4 CARLANDER, WILLIAM A. JR. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Finance 11 Riviera Drive Thompsonville, Connecticut 06082 Business Club 3, 4 Economics Club 3, 4 Intramural Sports CARPENTER, BEVERLY JANE Bachelor of Science Business Administration Business Education 230 Moore Street Chicopee, Massachusetts 01013 Accounting Club 1 Alpha Chi 3, 4, Secretary 4 Business Club 3 Newman Club 2, 4 Psychology Club 3, 4 Dean's List CASSANELLI, PAUL Bachelor of Arts Economics 161 New Bridge Street West Springfield, Massachusetts 01089 Class Representative 2 Homecoming Committee 3, 4, Chairman 4 Student Government 3 222 Winter Carnival 3, 4 Yellow Jacket, Business Manager 3 Theta Chi, Social Chairman lnterfraternal Football 1, 2, 3, 4 CAVANAUGH, ANN M. Bachelor of Arts English 7 Kimberly Avenue Springfield, Massachusetts 01108 Transferred from Westfield State College 1967 CERCONE, CAROL J. Bachelor of Arts French 27 Bates Road Milton, Massachusetts 02186 Ski Club 4 Alpha Upsilon Dean's List Class Vice'President 1, 2 Homecoming Queen 2 Cheerleader Junior Year Abroad - Oslo, Nonivay CHAIFETZ, DANA SUE Bachelor of Arts English One Hudson Harbour Edgewater, New Jersey 07020 Freshman Orientation 3, 4 Awards Night 3, 4 Dorm Representative 3 Hillel 1 Model Congress 3, 4 Student Government 2, 3, Corresponding Secretary 3 Winter Carnival 3 Yellow Jacket 1, 2, 3 Freshman Float Committee Freshman Constitution Committee Big-Brother- Big-Sister Program 2, 3, 4. Chairman of Program and Banquet 3 Student Coordinator of Parents' Day 4 Dorm Council 3 Dormitory Judicial Board 2, Secretary President's Advisory Board 3 AIC Day Guide 4 Taper, Assistant Literary Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4 CHAPMAN, RICHARD BLAIR JR. Bachelor of Arts Spanish 703 Brush Hill Road Milton, Massachusetts 02186 Spanish Club 3, 4 CHAPPELL, LOUIS PETER Bachelor of Science Business Administration Personnel Management French King Highway Gill, Massachusetts 01376 Transferred from Greenfield Community College 1967 Accounting Club 3 CHARKIEWICZ, MITCHELL MICHAEL JR. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Business Education 21 Abbe Avenue Springfield, Massachusetts 01107 Transferred from University of Massachusetts 1966 Economics Club 2 Newman Club 1, 2, 3 W.A.l.C. 2, 3, 4, Sports Director 3, 4 Varsity Baseball 3, 4 CHOQUETTE, ROGER L. Bachelor of Arts English 54 Johnson Street Springfield, Massachusetts 01108 Newman Club 3, 4 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4 Phi Sigma Kappa Crew Team 1, 2 CLARK, JANE ELEANOR SIMONS Bachelor of Arts Biology 162 Birchland Avenue Springfield, Massachusetts 01119 Biology Club 1, 2, 3 Festival of the Arts 1, 2, Secretary 2 Alpha Iota Gamma CLARKIN, PHILIP JOSEPH Bachelor of Arts Mathematics 19 Bigelow Avenue Thompsonville, Connecticut 06082 Math Club 3, 4 Hockey Team 1 Intramural Basketball 3, 4 COHEN, RONALD JAY Bachelor of Science Business Administration Personnel Management 8 McFadden Drive Hunthugdon Valley, Pennsylvania 19006 Transferred from Temple University 1967 Awards Night 4 Hillel 3 Student Government Treasurer 4 W.A.l.C., Music Director 4 Massachusetts Intercollegiate Government Freshman Orientation 4 COKKINIAS, JAMES J. Bachelor of Arts Biology 23 Fenimore Boulevard Springfield, Massachuset Biology Club 1, 2, 3 Class Representative 4 Student Government 4 Theta Chi, Judiciary Board Member ts 01108 COLLINS. JON WAYNE Bachelor of Arts English 245 Farmington Avenue Plainville, Connecticut Transferred from Salem College Garret Players Treasurer 3 Dorm Proctor 3 Tau Epsilon Phi Vice-Chancellor 4 Inter-Fraternity Council 3 CONDON, MARILYN K. Associate in Arts 1 George Washington Road Hazardville, Connecticut CONGDON, JOAN Bachelor of Arts Psychology Middle Road Clarendon, Vermont 05759 Alpha Chi 4 Psychology Club 3, 4 Policy Recommending Committee 4 CONKEY, DAVID A. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Accounting Daniel Shays Highway Belchertown, Massachusetts 01007 Transferred from Northampton Commercial College 1967 Accounting Club 3, 4 Ski Club 3 COSGROVE, MICHAEL JOHN Bachelor of Arts History 39 Biglow Avenue Thompsonville, Connecticut 06082 Football Team 1 Hockey Team 1 COSTA, ANTHONY PETER JR. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Accounting 127 Division Street Great Barrington, Massachusetts 01230 Transferred from Berkshire Community College 1967 Accounting Club 3, 4, Senior Vice-President 4 Intramural Basketball 4 COUGHLIN, JILL M. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Business Education 38 Main Street- Lenox, Massachusetts 01240 Transferred from Berkshire Community College 1967 COUROIS, BERNARD M. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Accounting 113 Center Street Ludlow, Massachusetts 01056 Accounting Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4 CULLEN, MICHAEL W. Bachelor of Arts Spanish 223 16 McPhael Street Manchester, New Hampshire 03104 Taper Greek Editor 4 Winter Carnival King Candidate 3 Tau Epsilon Phi House Manager 1966, Scribe 3 Spanish Club, President 4 Football Team 1 CUMMINS, TIMOTHY QCOLONEL, USAF1 Bachelor of Science Business Administration Personnel Management 9 Pondview Drive Springfield, Massachusetts 01118 Transferred from University of New Hampshire 1965 CZERBINSKI, JOSEPH P. JR. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Management 18 Allen Avenue Westfield, Massachusetts 01085 Transferred from Northampton Commercial College 1967 Dean's List DALESSIO, PHILLIP WILLIAM Bachelor of Arts Biology 279 Regency Park Agawam, Massachusetts 01001 Biology Club 2, 3 Phi Sigma Kappa Football Team 1 Baseball Team 1, 2, 3, 4 Soccer Team 2 DAMOUR, DAVID A. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Finance 120 Belmont Avenue Springfield, Massachusetts 01103 Accounting Club 2 Bridge Club 2 Campus Capers 2, 3, 4 Dean's List 3 D'ASCANlO, SHELIA ANN Bachelor of Arts English Sea Road Kennebunk, Maine 04043 Alpha Upsilon Dean's List 3 DAVIDSON, JANICE Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 52 Thornton Street Springfield, Massachusetts 01104 DAVIDSON, PAMELA NANCY Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 167 White Street West Haven, Connecticut 06516 Winter Carnival 2 Alpha Upsilon Inter-Sorority Council 4 DAVIS, SANDRA LYNN Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 618 Allen Street Springfield, Massachusetts 01118 Transferred from Westfield State College 1966 DAY, ESTHER M. Bachelor of Arts Political Science 980 State Street Springfield, Massachusetts 01109 Campus Elders Society 3, 4 Model Congress 3 Political Science Club 4 Interim Committee 3 Political Science Award 2, 3 DAY, FREDERICK A. JR. Bachelor of Arts Political Science 980 State Street Springfield, Massachusetts 01109 Campus Elders Society 3, 4 Class Representative 1, 2 International Relations Club 2, 3, Model Congress 1, 2, 3, 4 Political Science Forum 3, 4 Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Government Office 3, 4 United Protestant Fellowship 1, 2 Young Republicans 1, 2, 3 Phi Sigma Kappa Junior Achievement Award Crew Team 1, 2 Varsity Club 1 4 Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges 1969 DEANE, SHERRY C. Bachelor of Arts English 1820 Harrison Avenue Bronx, New York 10453 Dorm Counselor 4 P.R.l.D.E. Secretary 3 Alpha Kappa Alpha DEASY, PATRICK Associate in Arts 84 Orange Street Springfield, Massachusetts DEBONIS, DONNA MARIA Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 71 Russell Street Springfield, Massachusetts 01104 Alpha Chi 4 Biology Club 1 Young Democrats 4 DEFORGE, PHILIP JOSEPH JR. Bachelor of Arts Sociology 137 Florida Drive Agawam, Massachusetts 01001 Tau Kappa Epsilon Football Team 1, 2, 3, 4 Tennis Team 3, 4 DELISLE, JEAN CAROLYN Bachelor of Arts Engligh 17 Hickory Avenue Westfield, Massachusetts 01085 Transferred from Our Lady of the Elms 1966, Westfield State College 1968 Criterion 4 Garret Players 2 Literary Club 4 lntermural Skiing 4 DELISLE, ROBERT J. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Business Education 20 Market Street Fitchburg, Massachusetts 01420 Transferred from Mt. Wachusett 1966 Business Club 3 Newman Club 2 Tau Epsilon Phi DENERY, JOHN M. Associate in Arts 30 Elsie Street Springfield, Massachusetts DEVEREAUX, ROBERT W. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Accounting 112 Wolcott Avenue West Springfield, Massachusetts 01089 Accounting Club 3, 4, Junior Vice-President 3, Senior Vice-President 4 DINSBACH, LESLIE FRITS Bachelor of Arts History 101 Boulay Circle Fairview, Massachusetts 01020 Alpha Sigma Delta Social Chairman Soccer Team 2, 4 DONNELLY, PATRICIA Bachelor of Science Business Administration Personnel Management 49 Grove Street Monsey, New York 10952 Accounting Club 1 DOWNER, EDWARD ROBERT Bachelor of Science Business Administration Accounting 12 Pine Street Easthampton, Massachusetts 01027 Transferred from Northampton Commercial College 1967 Accounting Club 3, 4 224 DUBAY, NORMAN L. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Personnel Management 34 Coolidge Road Chicopee, Massachusetts 01013 Transferred from Westover Division 1968 Economics Club 4 DUBOIS, DIANE C. Bachelor of Arts Psychology 77 Warren Avenue Woonsocket, Rhode Island 02895 Biology Club 1, 2 Newman Club 1 Alpha lota Gamma Dean's List 1, 2 EISOLD, CHESTER BRADFORD Bachelor of Arts Sociology 1440 North Street Suffield, Connecticut 06078 ENRIGHT, CYNTHIA JOAN Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 50 Roanoke Road Springfield, Massachusetts 01118 Transferred from University of Massachusetts 1966 Newman Club 2, 3 FANTI, SHARON ROY Bachelor of Arts Biology 171 Atwater Road Springfield, Massachusetts 01107 Transferred from University of Rochester 1966 Alpha Chi 3, 4 Biology Club 2, 3, According Secretary 3 Phi Sigma Phi 3, 4 General Chemistry Award 3 Yellow Jacket 4 FAULKNER, DIANNE LEE Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 76 Upton Road Waltham, Massachusetts 02154 FAVAZZA, SALVATORE THOMAS Bachelor of Arts Mathematics 10 Granite Street Gloucester, Massachusetts 01930 Theta Chi FAZZI, ROBERT Bachelor of Arts Sociology 29 Longview Street Springfield, Massachusetts 01108 Class Representative 1, 2, 3, 4 Festival of the Arts 1, 2 Homecoming Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Trophy Chairman 2, 3, 4 Model Congress 1, 2 Newman Club 1, 4 Ski Club 1 Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4 Taper 2 Winter Carnival 1, 2, 3, 4, Sport and Trophy Chairman 3, 4 Yellow Jacket 1, 2, 3, 4, Sports EdiTOl' 2, 3 Young Democrats 1, 2 Freshman Orientation Co-Chairman 2 Student Activities Committee 2, 3, 4 Finance Committee 4 N.S.A. 2 Cultural Affairs Committee 3 Legislative Committee 2, 3 Alpha Sigma Delta Crew Team 2 FELDMAN, ELLIOT Bachelor of Arts Psychology 140 Langdon Street Newton, Massachusetts 02158 Dorm Representative 2 Residence Counselor 2 Hockey Team 1, 2, 3, 4 FEREDJIAN, SIRARPI Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 34 Fenway Drive Springfield, Massachusetts 01119 French Club 3 FERRARA, GEORGE Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 657 Sumner Avenue Springfield, Massachusetts 01109 Campus Elders Society 3 N.E.S. 3 FERRERA, KENNETH GRANT Bachelor of Arts English 5 Longfellow Road Winchester, Massachusetts 01890 Transferred from Cornell University, Boston University, Parsons College 1967 Bridge Club 2 Criterion 3, 4, Contributing Editor 3, Editor 4 Garret Players 3, 4, Treasurer 4 Newman Club 2 W.A.I.C. 2, 3, 4, Sports Editor 3, 4 Yellow Jacket 3 Tennis Team 2, 3, 4 FINN, STEPHEN A. Bachelor of Arts Political Science 432 Hillside Avenue Holyoke, Massachusetts 01040 Alpha Chi 2, 3, 4 Economics Club 3, 4 International Relations Club 2, 3, 4 Political Science Club 2, 3, 4 Assistant Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4 Departmental Award for Excellence 2, 3, 4 Baseball Team 1, 2 FINSTEIN, ELLEN JOAN Bachelor of Arts English 9 Mark Road Sharon, Massachusetts 02067 Campus Elders Society 3, 4 Dorm Council 3 Festival of the Arts 2, 3, 4, Chairman 3, Cultural Affairs 4 Garret Players 3, 4, Secretary 4 Hillel 1, 4, Secretary 4 Model Congress Banquet Chairman 1, 2, 3, 4 W.A.l.C. 2, 3, 4, Education Director 2, 3 A.l.C. Committee for Food for Nigeria!Biafra Alpha Iota Gamma FIORINI, LEO PAUL Bachelor of Science Business Administration General Business 83 Vincent Drive West Springfield, Massachusetts 01089 Zeta Chi C1954-19579 Hockey Team C1954-1957, Captain 1955-19575 FISKE, ALLEN S. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Personnel Management 61 Cedar Street Worcester, Massachusetts 01609 Transferred from Worcester Junior College 1967 Phi Sigma Kappa FORRANT, ALLAN MICHAEL Bachelor of Science Business Administration Business Education 18 Prospect Street Ware, Massachusetts 01082 FOISY, RAYMOND A. Bachelor of Arts Political Science Granville Road Southwick, Massachusetts 01077 FRENCH, LINDA ANNE Bachelor of Arts Sociology 198 Falmouth Road West Springfield, Massachusetts 01089 Awards Night 3 Winter Carnival 3 United Protestant Fellowship 1 Alpha Upsilon Softball 3 Extramural Basketball 2, 3 FRENCH, LINDA FAYE Bachelor of Arts Psychology Hillsboro, New Hampshire 03244 Dorm Council, President 4 225 Alpha Upsilon lnter-Sorority Council 2, 3, 4, President 4 FRIEDLANDER, JOHN E. Bachelor of Arts Sociology 2145 South 40th Street Omaha, Nebraska 68105 Dorm Representative 1 Student Government 1 Tau Epsilon Phi GAGLIARDUCCI, MARTHA NICOLINA Bachelor of Arts Sociology 305 Dickinson Street Springfield, Massachusetts 01108 Accounting Club 1, 2 Business Club 1, 2 Economics Club 1, 2 Festival ofthe Arts 1, 2 Homecoming Committee 1, 2 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Sociology Club 3, 4 Winter Carnival 1, 2 Young Republicans 1, 2 Alpha Upsilon intramural Tennis 1, 2, 3 GALLAGHER, ROBERT J. Associate in Arts 1375 Paulson Avenue Pittsburg, Pennsylvania GALLANT, CHERYL REBECCA Bachelor of Arts English 363 Sunrise Terrace Springfield, Massachusetts 01119 GALLERANI, DIANE MARIE Bachelor of Arts Mathematics 361 Suffield Street Agawam, Massachusetts 01001 Homecoming Committee 1, 3 International Relations Club 1, 2 Model Congress 1, 2, 3, 4, Chairman of Secretariat 3, Associate Chairman 4 Ski Club 1 Student Government 3 Student Government Office 3 Winter Carnival 1, 3, 4, Publicity Director 3 4 Yellow Jacket Copy Editor 1 Young Democrats 3 Cultural Affairs Committee 3 N.S.A. Committee 3 Freshman Orientation Secretary 3 GALLIVAN, PETER ALLEN Bachelor of Arts Sociology 600 West 111th Street New York, New York 10025 Class Representative 1, 2 Economics Club 3 Student Government 1, 2 Phi Sigma Kappa GAMACHE, DENNIS D. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Management 233 Tinkham Road Springfield, Massachusetts GARCZYNSKI, NANCY Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 67 Emerald Place Easthampton, Massachusetts 01027 Transferred from Holyoke Community College 1967 GARDNER, JEAN AGNES Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 18 Morgan Street Bergenfield, New Jersey 07624 Taper 4 Yellow Jacket 2 GELLER, PRESTON JEROME Bachelor of Science Business Administration Personnel Management 67-49 224th Street Bayside, New York 11364 Business Club 3 Campus Capers 3 Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Winter Carnival 3 Phi Sigma Kappa Crew Team 2 GELLER, STEVEN Bachelor of Arts Political Science 4 Marman Place Spring Valley, NewYork 10977 Transferred from Cortland State University 1965 Literary Club 2, 3 Theta Chi Soccer Team 2, 3, 4 Hockey Team Manager 2, 3 GIARD, PHILIP E. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Management 29 Beauchamp Street Springfield, Massachusetts 01107 Transferred from Holyoke Community College 1966 Phi Sigma Kappa 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3 GIBSON, BARBARA LEE Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 243 Main Street Holden, Massachusetts 01520 Transferred from Curry College 1966 Dean's List 3 GIGUERE, FREDERIC JOHN Bachelor of Science Business Administration Accounting Fay's Mobilehome Park Palmer, Massachusetts Accounting Club 2, 3, 4 GILDAY, JOHN A. Bachelor of Arts Economics 28 Castle Street Springfield, Massachusetts 01118 Economics Club 2, 3, 4, President 4 Newman Club 2, 3, 4 Curriculum Committee 4 GINGRAS, ARTHUR H. Bachelor of Arts History 205 Allen Park Road Springfield, Massachusetts 01109 Transferred from University of Tampa International Relations Club 2 Ski Club 2, 3 Winter Carnival 2 Yellow Jacket 2, 3 Phi Sigma Kappa Pledgemaster 3 Inter-Fraternity Council 2 1965 GLEASON, DAVID LAURENCE Bachelor of Science Business Administration Management 92 Granger Street Rutland, Vermont 05701 Business Club 3 Phi Sigma Kappa Dean's List 1967 GODEK, CYNTHIA LEE Bachelor of Arts Psychology 562 Springfield, Street Chicopee, Massachusetts 01013 Newman Club 2, 4 Psychology Club 3, 4, Secretary 4 Sociology Club 3 Dean's List GOLDSMITH, CAROL BETH Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 374 Commonwealth Avenue Springfield, Massachusetts 01108 GONZALES, P. MELBA Bachelor of Arts Modern Languages 73 South Williams Street Bradford, Massachusetts 01832 Transferred from Northern Essex Community College 1967 Spanish Club GOODING, DAVID C. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Personnel Management 67 South Allen Street Albany, New York 12208 226 GORDONSTEIN, CAROL Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 44 Woodside Terrace Springfield, Massachusetts 01108 Transferred from Fisher Junior College 1966 Ski Club 4 Alpha Iota Gamma Student Government Representative 3, Social Chairman 4 GREENLEAF, PETER WESTBROOK Bachelor of Arts History 42 High Road Newbury, Massachusetts 01950 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, Student Government Representative 2, President 3 Yellow Jacket 3 Young Republicans 1 Freshman Orientation Freshman Activities Committee Legislative Committee Finance Committee Interim Committee Curriculum Committee Dean's List GRISE, PHILIP JAMES JR. Bachelor of Arts Psychology 99 Thayer Road Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301 Criterion, Contributor 2 Model Congress 1, 2 Taper, Editorial Assistant 4 W.A.l.C. 4 Yellow Jacket 2, 3, 4, Layout Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4 Leadership Orientation Committee 3 Alpha Phi Omega 3, 4 Freshman Activities Committee 1 New England Psychological Association 1, 2, GUSTAVIS, ALYCE CZELUSNIAK Bachelor of Science Business Administration Business Administration 316 South Street Northampden, Massachusetts 01060 Transferred from Colby Junior College GUZEINICZ, JANICE ELAINE Bachelor of Arts Sociology 41 Laflin Street Westfield, Massachusetts 01085 Sociology Club 3 Northern Educational Service 2, 3 A.l.C. Committee for Food for Nigeria-Biafra Dean's List 1, 2 HANSLEY, CHARLES Bachelor of Science Business Administration Business Education 9 Plante Circle Chicopee, Massachusetts 01013 3 4 Theta Chi, Secretary 1968 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 HANSON, CAROL MARY Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 964 Gratton Street Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts Graduated from Bay Path Junior College 1967 Albha chi 4 HANUS, KATHLEEN J. Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 213 Avelon Drive Vestal, New York 13850 Dorm Representative 3 Food Committee Dean's List HASELTINE, CHARLES T. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Management 6 Orchard Lane Springfield, Vermont 05156 Awards Night 2, 3 Homecoming Committee 2, 3, 4 Model Congress 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Government 1, 2 Taper 1, 2, 3 Theta Chi HELTON, C.A. Bachelor of Sci ence Bachelor of Science Business Administration Personnel Management 104 Norstad Circle Warner Robins, Georgia 31093 Transferred from University of the Philippines 1968 HENDERSON, JUDITH A. Bachelor of Arts Mathematics 56 Dexter Street Pittsfield, Massachusetts 01201 Chemistry Club 2, 3, 4 Dorm Representative Judicial Board 4 Homecoming Committee 3 Chess Club 4 Alpha Upsilon Historian 3, Sunshine Secretary 4 HERBST, JOHN C. Ill Bachelor of Arts History Deer Island Morris, Connecticut International Relations Club 1 Political Science Club 2 Young Democrats 2, 3, 4, Vice- HESS, DONNA M. Bachelor of Science Elementary Education President 2 160 Fairmont Avenue Hackensack, New Jersey 07601 Awards Night 3 Dorm Representative 3 Student Government 3, 4 Winter Carnival 2, 3 Alpha Upsilon Vice President Zeta Chi Sweetheart 1966 HEYL, VIRGINIA PAULSEN QMRS. CHARLES I-Lp Bachelor of Science Business Administration Business Education 45 Federal Street Agawam, Massachusetts 01001 Transferred from Northampton Commercial College HODGE, ANDREW SILAS III Bachelor of Science Business Administration General Business 18 Carney Road Thompsonville, Connecticut HOFFMAN, RICHARD STEVEN Bachelor of Arts History 36 Converse Street Longmeadow, Massachusetts Hillel 2, 3, 4 HOGAN, PATRICIA ELLEN Bachelor of Arts Sociology 1126 Liberty Street Springfield, Massachusetts 01104 Class Representative 2, 3, 4 Homecoming Committee 1, 2, 3, 4 Newman Club 2, 3 Student Government 2, 3 Winter Carnival 1, 2, 3 Alpha Upsilon Inter-Sorority Council 2 Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities Junior Achievement Award Big Brother - Big Sister Program Co-chairman 2 N.E.S. Tutor Class Secretary 2, 3, 4 HOLJES, JOHN Bachelor of Science Business Administration Accounting 41 Field Road Longmeadow, Massachusetts 01106 Accounting Club 3 Physics Club 2 Dean's List Mathematics Club 2 HOWARTH, ROBERT L. Bachelor of Science Business Administration General Business 16 Joy Street Ludlow, Massachusetts 01056 227 HOWE, JAMES A. Bachelor of Arts History 5 Meadowbrook Lane Westfield, Massachusetts 01035 Transferred from Holyoke Community College 1965 International Relations Club Treasurer 3 Physics Club 1, 2 Phi Sigma Kappa Vice-President 3, 4 HUBBARD, ROBERT LAWRENCE Bachelor of Arts Economics 12 Elm Street Baldwinville, Massachusetts Economics Club 3, 4 Young Republicans 1, 2 Phi Sigma Kappa, Secretary HULL, MICHAEL ANTHONY Bachelor of Arts Psychology 41 Fairfield Street Springfield, Massachusetts 01108 Newman Club 2 Psychology Club 3 Tennis Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3 HUMPHREY, GEORGE ANGUS III Bachelor of Science Business Administration Accounting 10 Laurie Drive Thompsonville, Connecticut HURWITZ, FRANK S. Bachelor of Arts English 126 Wheeler Avenue Springfield, Massachusetts 01118 Bridge Club 1, 2, President 2 Young Democrats 2, 3, 4 HUTCHENS, WENDY JOEL Bachelor of Arts English 44 Mercury Court West Springfield, Massachusetts 01089 Taper Literary Editor 4 Spanish Club TEP Sweetheart A.l.C. Day Guide Winter Carnival Queen Candidate I1'I'LEMAN, LEONA R. Bachelor of Arts English 32 Spring Street Malden, Massachusetts 02148 Dorm Representative 3 Festival of the Arts 2 Hillel 1, 2, 3, Co-Chairman 1, Treasurer 2 Model Congress 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Associate Chairman 3, Chairman 4 N.S.A. Co-ordinator 3 Taper 3, 4 Winter Carnival 1, 2, 3, 4 Dorm Counselor 3, 4 Parents' Day 1, 2, Chairman 2 Student-Faculty-Administration Committee 3 Freshman Orientation 2, 3, Secretary 2, Chairman 3 Mid'year Orientation Chairman 2, 3 N.M.U.N. Alternate 3 U.S.N.S.A. Congress Delegate 3 Junior Achievement Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges 1969 Awards Night 4 JAARSMA, SHIRLEY FECTEAU Bachelor of Arts Sociology 245 Hudson Street Malboro, Massachusetts 01752 JABLON, PETER GEORGE Bachelor of Science Business Administration Personnel Management 103 Pearl Street Springfield, Massachusetts 01105 Transferred from Westover Evening Division 1967 Dean's List 2 N.E.S. Tutor 4 JACOBS, RAYMOND A. JR. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Accounting 14 Pine Brook Sircle Granby, Massachusetts 01033 Transferred from Northampton Commercial College 1967 Accounting Club 3, 4 Campus Elders Society 3, 4 JEZ, LINDA L. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Business Education 64 Woodcrest Drive Chicopee, Massachusetts 01020 Newman Club 1 Dean's List 3 JONES, THOMAS WILLIAM Bachelor of Science Business Administration Business Management 8 Western Avenue Northampton, Massachusetts 01060 Transferred from Northampton Commercial College 1967 United Protestant Fellowship 3, 4 JUDD, SUSAN Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 1462 East 28th Street Brooklyn, New York 11210 KABAT, JOSEPH WALTER I Bachelor of Science Business Administration Personnel Management 26 South Street Hatfield, Massachusetts 01038 Transferred from Greenfield Community College 1967 Accounting Club 3, 4 Alpha Chi 4 Bridge Club 3, 4 Economics Club 3 Political Science Club 3 Young Democrats 3, 4 Phi Sigma Kappa Inter-Fraternity Council 3, 4 Dean's List KAISER, CHARLES FREDERICK III Bachelor of Science Business Administration Personnel Management 4 Linden Street Ellenville, New York Business Club 2 Tau Epsilon Phi Historian, Secretary, Executive Board Basketball Team 1 Tennis Team 2, 3, 4 KALENKOWITZ, WILLIAM J. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Management 58 Amanda Street Springfield, Massachusetts 01118 Transferred from Northampton Commercial College 1967 Ski Club 4 Alpha Sigma Delta KANE, MARJORIE M. QMRSJ Bachelor of Science Business Administration Business Education 1651 Longmeadow Street Longmeadow, Massachusetts 01106 KANE, MICHAEL Bachelor of Arts Psychology 51 Parallel Street Springfield, Massachusetts 01104 Hockey Team 1 Golf Team 2, 3, 4 KANNER, RICHARD ALAN Bachelor of Arts Mathematics 33 Ashland Road Longmeadow, Massachusetts 01106 KAPINOS, SANDRA J. Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 123 Muzzy Street Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts 01020 Alpha Chi 3, 4 Newman Club 2 KATZER, STAN Bachelor of Science Business Administration Personnel Management 1746 Andrews Avenue Bronx, New York 10453 228 Ski Club 1, 2 Freshman Basketball Varsity Basketball Manager 2 Intramural Basketball 3, 4 KEEFE, JOSEPH DANIEL Bachelor of Arts History 272 Middlesex Street Springfield, Massachusetts 01109 Tau Kappa Epsilon Inter-Fraternity Council 3, 4 Football Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4 KEEGAN, SHARON ANN Bachelor of Science Business Administration Business Education 230 Centre Street Indian Orchard, Massachusetts 01051 Alpha Chi 3, 4 Newman Club 3, 4, Secretary 4 Ski Club 3, 4, Secretary 4 Yellow Jacket 4 KELLOGG, PATRICIA H. Bachelor of Science Elementary Education Loomis Street Southwick, Massachusetts 01077 Student Committee for UNICEF 4 Dorm Council Representative KELLY, ROBERT JAMES Bachelor of Science Business Administration General Business 19 Dalewood Road Newington, Connecticut 06111 Transferred from Pratt College 1966 Tau Kappa Epsilon Inter-Fraternity Council 3, 4, Treasurer 4 Football Team 2, 3, 4 Golf Team 4 Varsity Club 3, 4 KENNEDY, ELIZABETH ANN Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 164 Ely Avenue West Springfield, Massachusetts 01089 Model Congress Sociology Club 4 KIELBASA, WALTER J. Bachelor of Arts Biology 20 Lockland Avenue Ludlow, Massachusetts 01056 Biology Club 2 Biology Colloquim 4 KIERYS, JANET Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 19 Chestnut Street Ware, Massachusetts 01082 Dorm Representative 3 Homecoming Committee 1, 3 Model Congress 2 Psychology Club 1, 2 Taper 1 W.A.l.C. 1, 2 Winter Carnival 1, 2 Young Republicans 1, 2, 3, 4 KIPNIS, LINDA JOYCE Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 32 Countisbury Avenue Valley Stream, New York Dorm Representative 4 Ski Club 2 Winter Carnival 2 Judicial Board Dormitory Council Winter Carnival Queen 2 KITCHEN, MARTA ROSS Bachelor of Science Elementary Education Top 0'Hill Darien, Connecticut 06820 Transferred from Green Mountain College 1967 Dorm Counselor 4 A.l.C. Judicial Board Investigation Committee Appointee Dormitory Judicial Board Member 2, 3 KITILSON, LAWRENCE M. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Personnel Management 3619 North Pine Grove Chicago, Illinois 60613 Transferred from Westover Evening Division 1966 Accounting Club 2, 3, 4 Business Club 2, 3, 4 Campus Elders Society 2, 3, 4 KLEIN, WALTER D. Bachelor of Arts Psychology 113 Puritan Drive Warwick, Rhode Island 02888 Bridge Club 1 Criterion 1 Hillel 2 Psychology 2 Yellow Jacket, Reporter 2 Phi Sigma Kappa KLENAKIS, JOHN GEORGE Bachelor of Arts Philosophy 24 Rowley Street Agawam, Massachusetts 01001 Criterion, Associate Editor 4 Garret Players 4 Homecoming Committee 3 Literary Club 4 Winter Carnival 2 Yellow Jacket 3 Theta Chi Football Team 1 KNAPP, JOSEPH PAUL JR. Bachelor of Arts Political Science 124 Southington Avenue Southington, Connecticut 06489 Class Representative 4 Dorm Representative 3 Model Congress 1 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, President 2 Student Government 2, 3, 4 W.A.l.C. 1, 2, 3 Young 'Democrats 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2, Vice-President 4 Alpha Sigma Delta Secretary 2, 3 Junior Achievement Award Football Team 1, 2 KOSOWSKY, JOHN ALLEN Bachelor of Science Business Administration Accounting 16 East Village Road Shelton, Connecticut 06484 Accounting Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2, 3, President 4 Curriculum Committee 4 Dean's List 3 KOSTEK, LEONARD J. Bachelor of Arts Chemistry 18 East Street Hadley, Massachusetts 01035 Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Newman Club 1 Phi Sigma Phi 2, 4 American Chemical Society, Student Affiliate 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Curriculum Committee 4 Soccer Team 1 KOVEOS, PANAYOTIS E. Bachelor of Arts Economics J Sp. Triantatyllou Street Athens, Greece Alpha Chi 3 Economics Club 1, 2, 3, President 3 International Relations Club 2 Theta Chi Dean's List Soccer Team 1 KULIG, BARBARA ANN Bachelor of Arts Biology 50 Czepiel Street Chicopee, Massachusetts 01013 Biology Club 1, 2, 3 Criterion 4 Garret Players 3 Model Congress 3, 4 Committee for UNICEF 4 Alpha Iota Gamma, Treasurer 4 Cheerleader 3 KULIG, JANICE ANNA Bachelor of Science Business Administration Business Education 229 1263 Granby Road Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts 01020 Business Club 3 Newman Club 4 Psychology Club 4 KUSHNER, RICHARD I. Bachelor of Arts Psychology 1679 Clover Avenue Vineland, New Jersey 08360 Alpha Chi 3, 4, Treasurer 4 Psychology Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4 KWASNIEWSKI, EDWARD RICHARD Bachelor of Science Business Administration General Business 111 Pine Street Bondsville, Massachusetts KWASNIEWSKI, EVELYN JAYNE Bachelor of Arts Mathematics South Street West Warren, Massachusetts 01092 Phi Sigma Phi 3, 4, Vice-President 4 Math Club 1, 2, 3, 4 National Council of Teachers of Mathematics 3, 4 KWIAKOWSKI, RICHARD Bachelor of Science Business Administration Accounting 2103 Northampton Street Holyoke, Massachusetts LABELLO, SUSAN BARBARA Bachelor of Arts Sociology Box 16 Smith's Ferry Holyoke, Massachusetts 01040 Campus Capers 1 Newman Club 1, 2, 3 Psychology Club 2 Ski Club 1, 2 Sociology Club 3, 4 Yellow Jacket 1, 2 LADIZKI, RICHARD P. Bachelor of Arts Mathematics 157 Jardine Street Springfield, Massachusetts 01107 Math Club 1, 2, 3, 4 LAFLESH, LEROY WILLIAM Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 4 Poland Road Chicopee, Massachusetts 01013 Baseball Team 1 LAFOUNTAIN, THOMAS JOSEPH Bachelor of Science Business Administration Accounting 73 Plymouth Avenue Florence, Massachusetts 01010 Transferred from Greenfield Community College 1965 Accounting Club 3, 4 Council of Religious Organizations 4 Newman Club 3, 4 Student Government 3, 4 VV.A.l.C. 3 LAMBERT, GARY DAVID Bachelor of Arts History 112 Regency Park Drive Agawarn, Massachusetts 01001 Basketball Team 1 LAMLEIN, EDWARD WILLIAM JR. Bachelor of Science Business Administration General Business 50 Bat State Road Holyoke, Massachusetts LANE, HARRY CLIFFORD Bachelor of Science Business Administration General Business Strong Road Southampton, Massachusetts LAPIONTE, WILBROD EUGENE Bachelor of Science Business Administration Finance 30 Pine Street Easthampton, Massachusetts 01027 Transferred from Holyoke Community College 1967 Alpha Chi 4 Economics Club 4 Chess Club 4 Dean's List 3 LARSON, MARGARET Bachelor of Arts Spanish 7310 Brookville Road Chevy Chase, Maryland 20015 Alpha Chi LATKA, PATRICIA ANN Bachelor of Arts Mathematics 37 Ward Avenue Easthampton, Massachusetts 01027 Alpha Chi 3, 4, Vice-President 4 Awards Night 2 Phi Sigma Phi 3, 4, President 4 Ski Club 4 Math Club 3, 4 Student Curriculum Committee 4 John W. Whalen Jr. Memorial Award Cheerleader 1, 2, 3 LEFEBVRE, PAUL P. Bachelor of Arts Sociology 347 Chicopee Street Chicopee, Massachusetts 01013 Transferred from Western New England 215 Tarbell Avenue College 1967 Oakville, Connecticut 06779 Alpha Chi 4 Transferred from Post Junior College 1967 Dean's List 3, 4 LUBITZ, MYRNA MISKIND LEMANSKI, ROSALIE MARY Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Science English Elementary Education Lakeview Drive 439 Porter Road Peekskill, New York East Longmeadow, Massachusetts 01028 Hillel 1, 2 Psychology Club 1 LEVESON, BARRY JAY Ski Club 1, 2 Bachelor of Science Business Administration Sociology Club 1 Accounting 441 Trafton Street LYNCH, KEVIN M. Springfield, Massachusetts Bachelor of Science Business Administration Management LEVINE, GAIL CLARE Bachelor of Arts French 85 Cliff Avenue Winthrop, Massachusetts 02152 Dorm Representative 3 Winter Carnival 3 Student Curriculum Committee 4 Alpha Upsilon Treasurer Management 121 Daviston Street Springfield, Massachusetts 01108 Transferred from Northampton Commercial College 1967 Newman Club 4 ' MacLEOD, GLEN T. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Accounting 5 Eden Road Rockport, Massachusetts 01966 LEVINE, ROBERT S. Bachelor of Arts English Accounting Club 2, 4 76 Hazelwood Avenue Dorm Representative 2 Longmeadow, Massachusetts 01106 Food Committee 3, 4 Transferred from American University 1966 Dorm Counselor 3, 4 Criterion 2, 3 Garret Players 3, 4 Literary Club 2, 3, 4 Freshman Orientation Student Curriculum Committee Soccer Team 3, 4 Tennis Team 4 MAIZE, MARY LOUISE Bachelor of Science Business Administration Accounting 35 Brookline Avenue Springfield, Massachusetts 01107 LINDFELT, JERALD A. Accounting Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Bachelor of Science Business Administration Ski Club 3 Finance Campus Elders Society 4 4 North Bow Street Dean's List 2, 3 Milford, Massachusetts 01757 Transferred from Northeastern University MAND, NATALIE DORIS 1965 Bachelor of Science Accounting Club 1, 2 Business Club 2, 3, 4 Dorm Representative 2 Economics Club 2, 3 Young Democrats 1, 2 Elementary Education 175 Prospect Street, Apt. 2G East Orange, New Jersey 07017 Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 1, Student Government Representative 2, 3, President Dean's List 4 Intramurals Homecoming Committee Tickets Co-Chairman Basketball Team 1 2 Psychology Club 3, 4 LONG, BRIAN Ski Club 1, 2, 3 Bachelor of Arts Student Government 2, 3 Mathematics Thanksgiving Assembly Co-Chairman 4 27 Mystic Street Choral Group 1, 2, 3 Springfield, Massachusetts 01101 N.E.S. Tutor 3, 4 Transferred from Marquette University 1966 Nlath Club PI'eSideI'1'l 4 MANGEN, HOWARD GARY i.oNc.o, PAUL ANTHONY Bachemr of Arts - , , , , , Psychology Bachelor of Science Business Administration 10 Fountain Terrace Management New Haven, Connecticut 06515 230 Transferred from Boston University 1967 Biology Club 2 Class Representative 2 Dorm Representative 2, 3, 4 Psychology Club 3, 4 Student Government 2, 3, 4 Tau Epsilon Phi MARDUS, CRAIG B. Bachelor of Arts Biology 2 Chesterfield Road Scarsdale, New York 10583 Transferred from Washington and Lee University 1966 Biology Club 2, 3, 4 MARRAH, JOHN P. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Personnel Management 73 Lemay Road Woonsocket, Rhode Island 02895 Business Club 1 Homecoming Committee 2 Newman Club 1 Intramural Football 4 Intramural Basketball 4 Intramural Boxing 4 MARTIN, JAMES LAWRENCE Bachelor of Arts French 173 Winsor Street Ludlow, Massachusetts 01056 Newman Club Vice-President 3, 4 Spanish Club 3 MARTINELLI, CAROLYN M. Associate in Arts 5 Victoria Terrace Ludlow, Massachusetts MASI, EMIL C. Bachelor of Science Business Administration General Business 465 Gooseberry Road West Springfield, Massachusetts 01089 Transferred from St. Francis College 1963 Newman Club 1 McBEAN, THEA JANNA Bachelor of Arts Psychology 65-22 Parsons Boulevard Flushing, New York 11365 Hillel 1 Dorm Counselor 3, 4 N.E.S. Coordinator 4 Winter Carnival, Queen Candidate 4 MESTEL, BARRY L. Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 28 Carriage Drive Simsbury, Connecticut Tau Epsilon Phi Chancellor Inter-Fraternity Council 3, 4 Varsity Basketball 2 MEURISSE, DOROTHY JEAN Bachelor of Arts History Stafford Road Monson, Massachusetts 01057 MICKIEWICZ, MARY-ANN Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 70 Glenson Road Northampton, Massachusetts 01060 Transferred from Curry College 1967 MIKUSZEWSKI, FRANK PAUL Bachelor of Science Business Administration Accounting 34 McKinley Avenue South Hadley, Massachusetts 01075 Accounting Club 1, 2, 3, 4 MILLER, PETER WAYNE Bachelor of Arts Psychology 241 Dover Road Longmeadow, Massachusetts 01106 Transferred from St. Lawrence University 1966 Tau Kappa Epsilon Football Team 4 Soccer Team 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4 MILLS, MARILYN J. Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 1239 Page Boulevard Springfield, Massachusetts 01104 Homecoming Committee 1 Newman Club 2 Ski Club 1 MODZELEWSKI, CHESTER Bachelor of Science Business Administration Personnel Management Management 67 Davenport Street Chicopee, Massachusetts 01013 Business Club 4 MOORE, RICHARD FRANKLIN Bachelor of Science Business Administration Management 71 Fox Run Road Hamilton, Massachusetts Accounting Club 2 Tau Epsilon Phi Athletic Chairman Dean's List 3 Basketball Team 1 Golf Team 2 MORICH, ALLAN HANS Bachelor of Arts Biology 986 State Street Springfield, Massachusetts 01109 Biology Club 2 231 Garret Players 3, 4 Ski Club 4 Alpha Sigma Delta Crew Team 3 Ski Team 1, 2, 3, 4 MORICH, CYNTHIA TOWERS Bachelor of Arts Sociology 986 State Street Springfield, Massachusetts 01109 Biology Club 1, 2 Class Representative 1, 3 Garret Players 3 Internal Vice-President's Committee Representative 1, 3 Winter Carnival Publicity Committee 3 Freshman Constitution Committee Freshman Float Committee MORITKO, KATHLEEN Bachelor of Science Business Administration Business Education 95 Stebbins Street Chicopee, Massachusetts 01020 MORRELL, REGINALD B. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Accounting 16 Division Street New Britain, Connecticut 06051 Accounting Club 3 MORRILL, JOHN ELLIOT Bachelor of Arts History 24 Franconia Avenue Natick, Massachusetts 01760 Dorm Representative 1 International Relations Club 1 MOBRAY, FLORENCE M. Associate in Arts 42 Laurel Road West Springfield, Massachusetts 01089 Staff Nurse MURPHY, BONNIE LEE Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 108 Cuff Avenue Springfield, Massachusetts 01104 Psychology Club 4 Young Democrats 4 MUSEN, BARBARA Bachelor of Arts French 45 Hidden Road Andover, Massachusetts Dorm Representative 3 Alpha Upsilon Dormitory Judicial Board 2, 3, 4 Dean's List 2 NACEWICZ, EDWARD S. JR. Bachelor of Arts Biology 66 Norman Terrace Feeding Hills, Massachusetts 01030 Biology Club 1 Phi Sigma Kappa NADER, GARY Bachelor of Arts Biology 50 Grenada Terrace Springfield, Massachusetts 01108 Tau Kappa Epsilon Dean's List 2, 3, 4 NAGLE, GEORGE JONATHAN Bachelor of Science Business Administration General Business 263 River Road West Springfield, Massachusetts NELSON, LORALEE P. Bachelor of Arts Sociology 46L Gateway Drive Springfield, Massachusetts 01119 Transferred from University of Maine 1966 NEMEC, WILLIAM G. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Accounting 11 Belvidere Garden Westfield, Massachusetts 01085 Transferred from Northampton Commercial College 1967 NEUMANN, VIVIAN IRENE Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 190 Moore Hill Drive Southington, Connecticut Transferred from Central Connecticut State College 1966 Orientation Committee 3, 4 NEWSOME, RUSSELL J. Bachelor of Arts Political Science 291 Bennett Road Hampden, Massachusetts 01036 Dixie Land Band 1, 2, 3, 4 International Relations Club 1 Political Science Club 4 Student Government 2 Young Democrats 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2, 3, 4 Alpha Sigma Delta National Model United Nations 3, 4 Awards Night 4 NOBLE, H. RICHARD Bachelor of Arts Sociology 403 Main Street Wethersfield, Connecticut 06109 International Relations Club 1 Ski Club 2, 3, 4 United Protestant Fellowship 1 Tau Kappa Epsilon NORMAN, ROBERT D. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Management 167 Griswold Drive West Hartford, Connecticut International Relations Club 1 Tau Epsilon Phi, l.F.C. Representative, Social Chairman Dean's List 1 Co-chairman of Greek Weekend NORMAN, SHERRIE Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 6 Tyson Road So. Easton, Massachusetts 02373 Ski Club 2 W.A.l.C. 1 United Student Activists 4 NUGENT, RICHARD MICHAEL Bachelor of Arts Mathematics 131 Daviston Street Springfield, Massachusetts 01108 Transferrred from Bently College of Accounting 1965 Math Club Vice-President 4 OAKES, JOHN W. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Accounting 49 Manor Court Springfield, Massachusetts 01118 O'CONNOR, JEAN Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 83 Pidgeon Drive Springfield, Massachusetts 01119 Garret Players 1, 2, 3 Winter Carnival 3 Yellow Jacket 2 Alpha Iota Gamma OLBRYCH, WALTER S. JR. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Finance 114 Washington Street Chicopee, Massachusetts 01020 O'LEARY, JOHN JOSEPH III Bachelor of Science Business Administration Personnel Management 1181 Bryson Road Columbus, Ohio 43224 Newman Club 2, 3, 4 Sociology Club 2 W.A.l.C. 3 0'NElL, JANICE MAY Bachelor of Arts Psychology 281 Harkness Avenue Springfield, Massachusetts 01118 Campus Elders Society 3 Psychology Club 4 232 ORZECH, WILLIAM EUGENE Bachelor of Arts Political Science 175 Stebbins Street Chicopee, Massachusetts 01020 Alpha Chi 3, 4 Political Science Award 3 Dean's List 3 PAGNONI, MARIO Bachelor of Arts lnterdepartmental Science 37 Wilcox Street Springfield, Massachusetts 01105 Baseball Team 1, 2, 4 PAPPAS, GEORGE CHRIS Bachelor of Arts Psychology 17 Charlton Road Dudley, Massachusetts Newman Club 1 Theta Chi Football Team 1, 2 Varsity Club 1, 2 PEIRSON, CHERYL ANNE Bachelor of Arts Sociology 40 Bateman Avenue Newport, Rhode Island 02840 Awards Night 3 Class Representative 1, 2, 4 Garret Players 3, 4 Homecoming Committee 1 Newman Club 1 Student Government 1, 2, 3 Student Government Office Secretary 3 Taper 2 Winter Carnival Queen 1 Internal Vice-President's Committee 1 Legislative Committee 2 PERNETTI, JOHN A. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Personnel Management Management 8 John Smith Drive West Hartford, Connecticut Theta Chi PICCOLO, VINCENT WILLIAM Bachelor of Science Business Administration Management Tanager Lane Box 817 R.F.D. 3 Galis Ferry, Connecticut Freshman Activities Committee 1 Student Government Activities Committee 1 Crew Team 1 PIPPIN, STEVEN Bachelor of Arts English 79 Mohawk Drive Springfield, Massachusetts 01129 Transferred from Western New England College 1966 PITTSLEY, GEORGE W. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Accounting Federal Street Belchertown, Massachusetts PIUSZ, MRS. JANE GRAVES Bachelor of Arts English 124 Silver Birch Road Longmeadow, Massachusetts 01106 Campus Elders Society 1, 2 PLASSE, RAYMOND P. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Accounting 1859 Roosevelt Avenue Springfield, Massachusetts Accounting Club 3, 4 POGODZINSKI, SUSAN ANN JOAN Bachelor of Arts Biology 23 Yvonne Street Willimansett, Massachusetts 01013 Alpha Chi 3, 4 Biology Club 2, 3, Corresponding Secretary 3 Criterion, Contributing Artist 4 Newman Club 1, 2 Phi Sigma Phi 3, 4, Secretary 4 POKORNY, FRANCIS CHARLES Bachelor of Science Business Administration General Business 45 Russell Street West Springfield, Massachusetts POLINSKY, SHAYNA B. Bachelor of Arts History 219 Stevens Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey, 07305 Garret Players 1, 2, 3, 4, Stage Manager 2, 3 Model Congress 1, 2, 3, 4, Women's Housing Chairman 3, 4 Student Government 3, 4 Vice President 4 W.A.l.C. 1, Assistant to General Manager Winter Carnival 1, Co-Chairman Publicity Chairman Cultural Affairs Committee Chairman Student Curriculum Committee Alpha iota Gamma Social Chairman 2, 3, President 4 Women's Dorm Council 3, Vice President, President 4, Dorm Counselor 4 National Model United Nations 3 Alternate, Delegate NSA Congress 4 Leadership Orientation Program 1 Parents' Day 4 Baseball 2 Dialog Day Ad Hoc Committee 4 Student Testimonial Committee for President Hines POLISSACK, HENRY Bachelor of Arts English 21 Waverly Street Springfield, Massachusetts 01107 Criterion 3, 4, Associate Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4 Yellow Jacket News Staff 3, 4 POWERS, ROBERT EDWARD Bachelor of Science Business Administration Accounting 298 Main Street Box 521 Southbridge, Massachusetts 01550 PRICE, PRISCILLA EILEEN Bachelor of Arts French 103 Quincy Street Springfield, Massachusetts 01109 Dean's List 2 PROSS, RONALD J. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Personnel Management 111 Pulaski Avenue Carteret, New Jersey 07008 Alpha Chi 3, 4 Dorm Counselor 3 Crew Team 1 PROVOST, RONALD E. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Accounting 11 George Street Agawam, Massachusetts 01001 Accounting Club 3, 4 Phi Sigma Kappa lntermural Athletics PUTNAM, BETH L. Bachelor of Arts Mathematics Cambridge, Vermont 05444 Dormitory Head Counselor Awards Night 4 QUEIPO, LAWRENCE P. Bachelor of Arts English Feeding Hill Road Southwick, Massachusetts 01077 W.A.I.C. 1, 2, Chief Engineer 1, 2, Engineer 3 A.V.A. 3, 4 RAMAH, RUSSELL LOUIS Bachelor of Arts Biology 175 Senator Avenue Agawa m, Massachusetts 01001 Biology Club 3 Phi Sigma Kappa Hockey Team 1, 2 233 Consultant RAVERTA, PAUL Bachelor of Arts Biology 2495 Wilbraham Road Springfield, Massachusetts 01129 Biology Club 1, 2, 3 Council of Religious Organization, President 2, 3, 4 Curriculum Committee Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges Crew Team 1, 2, 3, 4 Intramural Sports REED, JULIUS C. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Personnel Management 9A Anderson Road Westover A.F.B., Massachusetts 01022 Transferred from Westover Evening Division 1969 REES, MARCIA ELIZABETH Bachelor of Arts English 30 Willow Street Westwood, Massachusetts 02090 Ski Club 2 Winter Carnival 1 Dean's List REVERUZZI, MICHAEL ANTHONY Bachelor of Arts Political Science 63 Park Avenue Thompsonville, Connecticut 16182 Political Science Forum 4 Intramural Cross Country Race lst Place 2 Soccer Team 1 Crew Team 3 REYNOLDS, LESLIE STUART Bachelor of Science Business Administration Personnel Management 301 Amherst Street Granby, Massachusetts 01033 Transferred from Montana State University REYNOLDS, MARK ALAN Bachelor of Arts Biology 36 Andrews Street Springfield, Massachusetts Hillel 2 Tau Epsilon Phi Inter-Fraternity Council 1967 RHODENNIZER, DOROTHY M. Bachelor of Arts Political Science 7 Pleasant Street, Apt. C Granby, Massachusetts 01033 Transferred from Westover Division RICARD, DAVID ROGER Bachelor of Arts Economics 21 Walter Street Willimansett, Massachusetts 01013 1 Alpha Chi 3, 4 Economics Club 4 Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4 RICH, LORIE Bachelor of Arts Psychology 14 Washington Court Livingston, New Jersey Ski Club 1, 2 Alpha Epsilon RICHARDSON, WILLIAM JOSEPH Bachelor of Science Business Administration Management 40 Highland Avenue Easthampton, Massachusetts 01027 Business Club 3, 4 International Relations Club 3, 4 Ski Club 4 Baseball Team 1, 2 Tennis Team l, 2 Ski Team 1, 2 RILEY, JOSEPH F. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Management 95 Edbert Drive Holyoke, Massachusetts 01040 Accounting Club 1, 2 Business Club 2, 3 Economics Club 1, 2 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Young Democrats 1, 2, 3, 4 lntermural Basketball 1, 2 RITTER, RENEE Bachelor of Arts Spanish, French 51 Hollywood Street Worcester, Massachusetts 01610 Transferred from Worcester Junior College Criterian Associate Translation Editor 4 Spanish Club 3, 4 ROBERTS, MERRILL WILLIAM Bachelor of Arts Sociology 178 Woodlawn Street Springfield, Massachusetts 01108 ROCKSTROH, RICHARD DOUGLAS Bachelor of Arts History 18 Piper Cross Road West Springfield, Massachusetts 01089 Transferred from Holyoke Community College 1967 Alpha Chi 4 Dean's List RODRIGUEZ, RONALD HENRY Bachelor of Science Business Administration Management 95 North Elm Street Westfield, Massachusetts 01085 ROGAN, THOMAS L. Bachelor of Science Business Administration General Business 109 Bryant Street Blackwood, New Jersey ROWE, STANLEY EARL Bachelor of Arts Mathematics R.D. Ravena, New York 12143 Alpha Chi 3 Phi Sigma Phi 3, 4 Dean's List Math Club Curriculum Committee RUBMAN, CARY D. Bachelor of Science Business Administration Accounting Long Branch, New Jersey Accounting Club 2, 3, 4 Tau Epsilon Phi, Treasurer Varsity Tennis 1, 2, 3 RUSCIO, JOSEPH III Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 69 Piedmont Street Springfield, Massachusetts 01104 W.A.I.C. 2, 3, 4 RUSIECKI, THOMAS DAVID Bachelor of Arts Mathematics 9 Leona Avenue Chicopee, Massachusetts 01013 RUTMAN, ROCHELLE Bachelor of Arts Sociology 101 Brantwood Road Worcester, Massachusetts 01602 Ski Club 1, 2 Sociology Club 4 RYAN, MARTIN EDWARD Bachelor of Science Business Administration Business Education Hubbardston Road Templeton, Massachusetts 01438 Transferred from Worcester Junior College 1966 Business Club 1 Newman Club 3, 4 Tau Kappa Epsilon Phi Theta Kappa Dorm Councilor 2, 3 Football Team 2, 3, 4 Varsity Club 3, 4 RYDELL, CARL MARTIN Bachelor of Science Business Administration General Business 550 Shaker Road East Longmeadow, Massachusetts 01028 234 ST. CLAIR, JOHN FRANCIS Bachelor of Arts Economics 33 Dana Street Springfield, Massachusetts 01104 Business Club 2 Economics Club 3, 4 Dean's List 4 Woodrow Wilson Nominee Intramural Volleyball 3 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 ST. GERMAIN, WILLIAM JOSEPH Bachelor of Science Business Administration Management Greenfield Road Montague, Massachusetts Transferred from Greenfield Community College 1967 SACCAVINO, DENISE Bachelor of Arts French 25 Dresser Avenue Chicopee, Massachusetts 01013 Transferred from Annhurst College 1966 Alpha Chi 3, 4 SACCAVINO, JOHN P. Bachelor of Arts Psychology 370 Broadway Chicopee, Massachusetts 01020 Psychology Club 3, 4 Yellow Jacket 4 SADOWSKY, NORMA JEAN Bachelor of Arts Biology 24 Kinney Drive Worcester, Massachusetts 01602 Alpha Chi 4 Biology Club 1, 2, 3 Chemistry Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4 Phi Sigma Phi 3, 4 Organic Chemistry Award Dean's List Dormitory Council Judicial Board SAMBOR, LUCY ANN Bachelor of Arts English 234 Prospect Street Ludlow, Massachusetts 01056 Newman Club 3, 4 Sociology Club 3, 4 Dean's List 2, 3 SERETTA, WILLIAM JOSEPH JR. Bachelor of Arts Psychology 187 Silver Street Greenfield, Massachusetts Campus Elders Society 4 Model Congress 1, 2, 3, 4 Psychology Club 3, 4 Ski Club 1, 2, Vice-President 2 Student Government 2, 3, ASD Representative 2 Yellow Jacket Representative 3 Taper 4 Yellow Jacket 1, 2, 3, Managing Editor 3 Policy Recommending Committee 4 Finance Committee 1, 2, 3 Legislative Committee Chairman 2 Freshman Float Committee Chairman Freshman Constitution Committee Alpha Sigma Delta Big Brother - Big Sister Program 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Chairman 2 Freshman of the Year Junior Achievement Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges A.l.C. Day 4 New England Psychological Association Student Member 2, 3, 4 United States Student Press Association Executive Board Member and Treasurer Eastern Region 3 SAVAGE, MARY LOU Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 128 East Street Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts 01020 Psychology Club 2 Taper 3 United Protestant Fellowship 2 Sigma Lambda Kappa President Inter-Sorority Council 2, 3 SAWKA, JOHN F. JR. Bachelor of Arts History 7 Dale Street Chicopee, Massachusetts 01020 Campus Elders Society 2, 3, 4, Student Govern ment Representative 3 Festival of the Arts 3 Model Congress 1, 2, 3, 4, Chairman 3 Political Science Club 4 Legislative Committee Chairman 3 Taper Photography Editor 4 W.A.l.C. 2, 3 Young Republicans 2, 3, Student Government Representative 3 Curriculum Committee Interim Committee Finance Committee Cultural Affairs Committee Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges SCOTT, ANN T. Associate in Arts 527 Armory Street Springfield, Massachusetts SHA PI RO, MARK HOWARD Bachelor of Science Business Administration Accounting 268 Woodlawn Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey 07305 Transferred from Park College 1966 Accounting Club 3, 4 SHEINFELD, ROBERT A. Bachelor of Science Business Administration General Business 674 West Street Keene, New Hampshire 03431 Economics Club 2, 3, 4 Ski Club 1, 2, 3 SHOCAS, DOROTHEA Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 61 South Street Worcester, Massachusetts 01604 N.S.A. Representative 1, 4 Dorm Representative 3 Festival of the Arts 2, 3 Homecoming Committee 2, 3, 4 Student Government 1 Winter Carnival 1, 2, 3 Alpha Upsilon Homecoming Queen 3 SILES, JACLYN Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 41 Beaumont Circle Yonkers, New York Alpha Chi 3, 4 Dean's List 1, 2, 3 SILKEY, ERNEST RICHARD Bachelor of Science Business Administration Personnel Management Management 140 Silkey Road North Granby, Connecticut 06060 Transferred from Post Junior College 1967 Crew Team 4 SILVA, JOAQUIM FERREIRA Bachelor of Science Business Administration Accounting 23 Franklin Street Ludlow, Massachusetts 01056 SILVERBERG, LESLIE MARSHA Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 1901 Dorchester Road Brooklyn, New York 11226 Dorm Representative 3 Homecoming Committee 2, 3 Winter Carnival 2, 3, Chairman of King and Queen Gifts 2 Alpha Upsilon President 3 Dorm Counselor 3 SILVERMAN, JAN Bachelor of Arts Sociology 256 East 10th Street Apt. 2F New York, New York 10009 235 Transferred from Johnstown College 1965 Ski Club 1, 2, 3 Alpha Iota Gamma SIMPSON, DONALD W. Bachelor of Science Business Administration General Business 46 Marcy Street Worcester, Massachusetts 01602 Transferred from Worcester Junior College 1967 Dorm Representative 3, 4 SKOWER, VICTORIA ANN Bachelor of Arts English 45 Alden Avenue Thompsonville, Commecticut 06082 Sigma Lambda Kappa SMALL, ARNOLD CHARLES Bachelor of Arts Psychology 1352 Tuxedo Terrace Lakewood, New Jersey 08701 Alpha Chi 3, 4, President 4 Hillel 1, 4, Treasurer 1 Psychology Club 3, 4, President 4 Alpha Sigma Delpha, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4 Awards Night 4 SMITH, SUSAN JANE Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 255 Union Street Bennington, Vermont 05201 Dorm Representative 3 Model Congress 2 Ski Club 3 Alpha Upsilon SMUTEK, MALINDA M. Bachelor of Arts Spanish 103 Belle Street Springfield, Massachusetts 01104 Transferred from Westfield State College 1967 Alpha Chi 4 Spanish Club 3, 4, President 3 Cultural Affairs Committee 3 Curriculum Committee 4 Dean's List 3, 4 First Prize Winner of New England Spanish Speaking Contest SNEIDERMAN, RALPH WINSTON Bachelor of Arts Sociology 67 Lynn Shore Drive Lynn, Massachusetts Transferred from University of Maine Chess Club 2 SOKOLOWSKI, BRUCE P. Bachelor or Arts Psychology 28 Ridgeway Drive Feeding Hill, Massachusetts 01030 Alpha Chi 3 Dean's List STILES, CYNTHIA JANE Bachelor of Arts Sociology 160 Pavilion Avenue Rumford, Rhode Island 02916 Transferred from Colby Junior College 1966 Ski Club 2 STOCKER, ELIZABETH ANN Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 199 Sewall Street Ludlow, Massachusetts 01056 Ski Club 1 Student Government Representative 1 Young Republicans 1 Alpha Upsilon SULLIVAN, BONNIE LYNN Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 78 Greenleaf Avenue West Springfield, Massachusetts 01089 Homecoming Committee 1 Winter Carnival 1, 2 Freshman Constitution Committee 1 Dorm Council 3 SULLIVAN, MARY ANNE Bachelor of Arts English 40 Connecticut Avenue Springfield, Massachusetts 01104 Alpha Chi 3, 4 Homecoming Committee 2, 3, 4 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Ski Club 2 Taper 4 W.A.I.C. 2 Yellow Jacket 1, 2, 3, 4, News Editor 4 Young Democrats 3, 4 Young Republicans 4 Curriculum Committee SUTTON, KENNETH ROY Bachelor of Science Business Administration Management Box 1705 Beulavista Road Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts 02568 TASSINARI, DANIEL LEWIS Bachelor of Science Business Administration Accounting Maxwell Road Monson, Massachusetts 01067 Transferred from Holyoke Community College 1966 Accounting Club 4 Soccer Team 3, 4 Varsity Club 3, 4 TAYLOR, DAVID Bachelor of Arts Psychology 76-15 35th Avenue Jackson Heights, New York 11372 Homecoming Committee 2 Psychology Club 1, 4 Winter Carnival 2 Phi Sigma Kappa Inter-Fraternity Council 3 Awards Night 4 TAYLOR, JOSEPH S. Bachelor of Arts Sociology 118 Woodland Drive Hampden, Massachusetts 01036 Campus Elder Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Founder 1, President 2, 3, 4 Homecoming Committee 4 Newman Club 4 Taper 4 Winter Carnival 3 Yellow Jacket 2, 3, 4 Downeyside Co-ordinator 3 Cinema Party Scholarship Committee 2, 3, 4 Big Brother - Big Sister Program 3, 4 Alpha Phi Omega Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges Hines Memorial Scholarship Junior Achievement Award 3 Crew Team 1 Varsity Club 3, 4 TEED, RICHARD C. Bachelor of Arts German 895 Roosevelt Avenue Springfield, Massachusetts 01109 Young Republicans 2 THIVIERGE, RICHARD W. Bachelor of Arts Political Science 73 Acker Circle Chicopee, Massachusetts 01013 Political Science Forum 4 TOCKO, ANN THERESE Bachelor of Arts English 110 Butternut Lane Kensington, Connecticut 06037 Transferred from Quinnipiac College 1967 TURGEON, WILLIAM EDWARD Bachelor of Arts Economics 57 Carr Avenue Agawam, Massachusetts 01001 Transferred from Miami of Florida 1966 Tau Kappa Epsilon Football team 2, 3 TURNER, JEFFERY A. Bachelor of Science Business Administration General Business 236 10 Amherst Avenue Fedding Hills, Massachusetts 01030 UKLE.lA, CHESTER STANLEY Bachelor of Science Business Administration General Business 14 Raylo Court Chicopee, Massachusetts VEZINA, LAURIE L. Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 158 Chapin Terrace Springfield, Massachusetts 01104 Biology Club 1 Bridge Club 1 International Relations Club 1, 2 Literary Club 1 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Alpha Upsilon Homecoming Queen 1 Cheerleader 1, 2, runner-up Miss Cheerleader U.S.A, 1 WAJDA, WILLIAM F. Bachelor of Arts Economics 84 Union Street Rockville, Connecticut 06066 Accounting Club 2 Business Club 1, 2 Economics Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4 Newman Club 4 Tennis Team 2, 3 WILLIAMS, HADLEY E. JR. Bachelor of Arts Psychology 42 Glenwood Road Menands, New York 12204 Bridge Club 2, 3 Homecoming Committee 4 Psychology Club 4 Theta Chi Inter-Fraternity Council 3, 4, President 4 President Senior Class Football Team 1, 2. 3, 4 WILLIAMS, MARILYN ANNE Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 16 Leonard Avenue Springfield, Vermont 05156 Newman Club 1, 2 Alpha lota Gamma Inter-Sorority Council 1, 2, 3 WILSON, FREDERICK KENNETH JR. Bachelor of Arts Political Science 90 Thompson Street Springfield, Massachusetts 01109 Transferred from New School for Social Research 1967 Ski Club 4 Yellow Jacket 3 WINNICK, WARREN Accounting Club 1 Bachelor of Science Business Administration Business Club 2. 3 Management Freshman Basketball 48 Woodlawn Drive Newton, Massachusetts 02167 Accounting Club 1, 2, 3 Business Club 1, 2, 3 Tau Epsilon Phi, Vice-President Crew Team 1, 2 Accounting 68 Cornfiower Street WALSH, JOHN F. WISENSKI, DIANNE MARIE Bachelor of Arts Sociology College 1965 2 Bryan Avenue Easthampton, Massachusetts 01027 Newman Club 1 Sociology Club 4 Student Curriculum Committee 4 Varsity Cheerleader 1, 2, 3 WARNER, EDWIN T. Associate in Arts 169 Mesier Street Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4 Baseball Team Manager 3. 4 Bachelor of Science Business Administration Springfield, Massachusetts 01118 Transferred from Northampton Commercial South Hadley, Massachusetts WARYWOSKI, PETER STANLEY WOGAN, JAMES Bachelor of Arts Psychology 23 Mary Jane Lane 88 Thompson Street Springfield, Massachusetts Bachelor ot Science Business Administration Personnel Management 1965 WRIGHT, ROBERT GARY Bachelor of Arts Political Science 211 Chapel Street Holden, Massachusetts 01520 Tau Epsilon Phi Bachelor of Science Elementary Education 105 Alden Street YOUNG, DAVID ALLYN Bachelor of Arts WATTS, TINA ELISABETH Bachelor ot Arts Physics Sociology 176 Stuart Street ' Springfield, Massachusetts 01109 Garret Players 2 Physics Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Tau Kappa Epsilon Class Representative 1 Newman Club 3, 4 Ski Club 1, 2, 4 ZBIKOWSKI, ROBERT STEVEN Sociology Club 1 Florence, Massachusetts 01060 Transferred from Holyoke Community College WATSON, MRS. MARGARET J. Springfield, Massachusetts 01109 16-20 Split Rock Road Fair Lawn, New Jersey 07410 Dorm Representative Alternate 3 Bachelor of Science Business Administration N.S.A' Student Government Representative 1 Business Education Alpha Iota Gamma Vice-President 4 247 Beauchamp Terrace Inter-Sorority Council 2, 3, 4 Chicopee, Massachusetts 01020 Team Mascot 2, 3, 4 23 7 WHITE, JAMES N. Bachelor of Arts History 115 Arborway Drive Braintree, Massachusetts 02184 Newman Club 1 Theta Chi Basketball Team 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball Team 1 WIENER, PATRICK Bachelor of Arts Modern Languages 31 East Kingcross Street Christiansted, St. Croix, N.S.V.l. Transferred from St. Joseph's College 1966 Homecoming Committee 2 International Relations Club 2 Political Science Club 2 Psychology Club 3, 4 Tau Kappa Epsilon Soccer Team 2, 3, 4 Crew Team 2 WIGGENHAUSER, PHILIP J. JR. Bachelor ot Science Business Administration Personnel Management Management 27 Brookside Circle Wilbraham, Massachusetts 01095 Tranterred from St. Michael's College 1966 Business Club 2, 3, 4 Homecoming Committee 2, 3, 4 Newman Club 2, 3, 4 Ski Club 2, 3, 4 Winter Carnival 2, 3, 4 N.E.S. Tutor 2, 3, 4 Student Day Guide 2, 3, 4 Student Government Committee 2, 3, 4 WILHELM, ROBERT BRUCE Bachelor of Arts interdepartmental Science 21 North Main Street South Hadley Falls, Massachusetts Transferred from Holyoke Community College 1966 Biology Club 2, 3 ONE LAST THOUGHT . .. Being editor of this yearbook has been an interesting experience for me. It has been a most pleasant and rewarding experience, one from which I have learned and grown, and one for which I am most grateful. Putting together a yearbook is a job certainly no one person can do alone. I would now like to thank those people who made this one possible. To my Editorial Board and staff an appreciative thank you. To Dean james A. Brennan, Mr. D. Irving Conrad, Mr. Donald Lendry and all the people at American Yearbook Company, and Mr. Sol Badek, grateful thanks to all your help and cooperation, and thank you security guards for all your indulgence. My sincere thanks now go to those people in particular people who devoted many hours to this book. Thank you Phil Grise for a beautiful dedication. Thank you Henry Daudelin for your fantastic pictures. Thank you Shayna Polinsky and Leona lttleman for your secretarial assistance, and thank you Ron Caplette and Wendy Hutchins, as senior section and literary editors for all your help and encouragement. There are two other people who most assuredly deserve special mention. Thank you john Sawka, photography editor, for making that camera another limb, and for hibernating a better part of the year in the darkroom, as well as for your great pictures, and thank you Fred Scales, assistant editor, for all the work you put into this book, and for seeing me through the Finance Committee and Budget Meeting, and every other trauma and major crisis since. My thank you's now complete, I complete my last thought. Wishing everyone fulfillment of their impossible dream, I remain, sincerely, Dana Sue Chaifetz 238 "Now is that sweet unwritten moment when all things are possible, are just begun? Donald Cultross Pe-att Almanac for Modems 239 'CT :lf Yffff' ' a ..-..., -4: 1 xf Jays f .1 --ps -"Q -N -Q,-AJ '?', fu -I 1 .41 I, III,.n 4.1 - 1' 1 fy .1 1 . f-9' r' -as ---U IIIII, I III:-.III I III I IIII. II- I I . .I .. ... ...+- ..-.. fp.,-v ,.- NI.-. ,A ..,. 1 N X ,.- -av .... ...... -.--ve ,.,. fx--, Us -X-1 'v.....gs 1 'A -.- .- fl ..4., ....--,I A, 1,9 ,..,J-A. .- ,. 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