Emerson College - Emersonian Yearbook (Boston, MA)

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Where lions dance a reverie — 1953 @ Meye Page Three Because he is that rare person of dignity and self-effacement, whose every action has always been directed toward the good of school and student; because he has given, from a lectern leaning in age, not only the pattern of the past exist- ence of Man, but also a pattern from which we have drawn material for our own existence; because he has given — our book is dedicated to Dr. Richard J. Pierce. Page Four Dr. Richard J. Pierce Page Five COLLEGE! This was a word that we didn ' t quite understand in September, 1949 , but it sounded terrific. College was a big step towards maturity. It was a colossal undertaking which involved a new wardrobe of clothes, a medical examination, shots for typhoid and tetanus, and hundreds of well- wishes from relatives and friends. It was an important moment when we had finished packing and were in the family car on our way to Emerson College, Boston. But the three brownstone buildings on Beacon Street weren ' t quite as impressive as we had imagined, and our introductory convocation and tea in the theatre wasn ' t exactly what we expected. Our new friends, however, made those first few days exciting, so by the time classes began, we were still in high spirits. With the beginning of classes, we learned th ABC ' s of Emersonianism. Emersonianism was com- pounded of equal parts of " The Polish War Song, " " Out to Old Aunt Mary ' s, " " The Pied Piper of Hamlin, " and Brutus ' speech to Cassius, (the tent scene from " Julius Caesar " ), with liberal sprinklings of " God of Our Fathers, " and " Whoal " Since speech lies at the heart of Emersonianism, we became best acquainted with our speech teachers. Before long, though, we realized that the entire faculty and the administration, which inclu ded a new President, Dr. Godfrey Dewey, was thoroughly competent and well worthy of our respect. Towards the end of October, we were subjected to the rigors of hazing and Hell Night. We were forced to become the galley slaves of the All-Mighty Sophomores, addressing them at all times as " Your Most Exalted Majesty. " We suffered resignedly, and waited " to sweep to our revenge " the following year, when a new crop of Freshmen arrived. By November, most of us had settled down to one particular group of friends and made our headquarters in the cafe, the smoker or the ladies ' lounge. By June, we knew all about college. We knew about P. O. E., the Interclass Dance, the Junior Prom and the Senior Ball. And what more was there? Suddenly we were Sophomores. All knowing, all powerful Sophomoresl No longer was the idea of college, of Emerson in particular, an overwhelming impression. We were part of Emerson, very important parts. In fact, each of us felt a little bit bigger than the college as a whole. We were busily finding places for ourselves in the various departments of Emerson, and we were making our presence felt in the many organizations. We were, perhaps, more aware than ever before in our lives of the fact that we were individuals — individuals in a college which approves, which promotes, which demands even, individuality. Our most grotesque undertaking was the hazing of the Freshmen. Memories of sufferings we had undergone as Frosh made us eager for retaliation — taken out on the poor, innocent newcomers to Emerson. Were such torture chambers ever constructed before, even by the Spanish Inquisitors, like those devised by the Hell Night Committee? But soon it was over, and we lordly Sophomores unbent a little to become friendly with our erstwhile victims, who were willing enough to forgive and forget. Those of us who were taking the sophomore theatre course found an outlet for our melodramatic energies when the Bandbox theatre produced ' Phaedre the first semester. The rest of the school found travelling through the corridors dangerous because of the sweeping Greek gestures assumed by the theatre crowd. The second semester brought a Shaw production and a switch, therefore, from emotionalism to intellectualism. Other Sophomores began to feel philosophical twinges, and profound, abstract conversations became the order of the day. Meanwhile, the radio people were being initiated into the mysteries of the air waves and learning to form " mental pictures " for their unseen audience. And the Speech Therapy majors were frightening us all with horrible taies of what could happen to our voices. We showed that we could change our " pitch " by calming down enough to give the annual Sophomore Tea for the faculty. We came out of ourselves long enough to realize that some pretty important and exciting things were happening besides those for which we were personally respon- sible. Emerson ' s president, Dr. Godfrey Dewey, left us for Lake Placid, and Dean Jonathan French took over his duties. Emerson became accredited. And Emerson ' s " campus " was slowly being trans- Page Six formed into a super-highway. These were momentous changes in the life of Emerson. The changes wrought in our own lives during two years of college life interested us more. For we had changed, we were sure of that. We felt different somehow — we felt like EMERSONIANS. We were ready to relate ourselves to the whole. Bridge, coffee and cuts. That ' s all, that ' s all, that ' s all. That ' s all college is. . . . We started our junior year feeling very cocky. The new Freshmen were mere babies who didn ' t yet know what it was all about. But we could tell them! Bridge, coffee and . . . but suddenly cuts weren ' t so funny anymore. After all, only one more year after this one and then . . . graduation . . . Junior activities took some of the bridge playing time ... we still needed the coffee, though. We had become realistic. We were in the period that accentuates tempo, and our tempo was pretty fast. So many things to do and so little time to do them. We started making plans for our yearbook, we made arrangements for our Junior Prom. One of the most " vitalized pictures " which we will remember is of our lovely queen, Marjory Perkins (now Mrs. Roche) reigning at the Parker House Roof. We assumed a larger share in the activities of the school at large. Two of our classmates, Les McAllister and Marje Perkins, held important offices in the Student Government. Other juniors became leaders in the religious organizations, the fraternities and sororities, and the ' Berkeley Beacon 7 We were prominent, too, on WERS, in debate, and in Mrs. Kay ' s productions. Our own Prom wasn ' t our only pause for relaxation. There was the Interclass Dance, the Zeta Musical, and the Alpha Pi Theta Courtyard Fair. Everybody went to the Berkeley Beacon Party to have " Knickie " tell his fortune. Those fortunes were encouraging for the " future, " which for us was beginning to look terribly important. We paused for reflection . . . Emerson wasn ' t the same without Mr. Kenney. The halls didn ' t echo with whoas anymore and the freshmen weren ' t scared into submission . . . Mr. Connor ' s absence saddened us — Phi Alpha Tau held a Joe Connor Day and presented Mr. Connor with a plaque in token of our esteem for him, — we winked back the tears. A brighter occasion was Hand Me Down Day, when our own Pat Collins was crowned as May Queen. Then there was Commencement. We sat up and took notice because next time it would be us. We didn ' t know quite how to feel. Our " ratio of values " had been changing; we had reached realism. Would wo achieve artistry? Now we were Seniors; we had reached the final stage of our evolution. We didn ' t feel ready for it somehow. We didn ' t think that we had " magnanimity of atmosphere " , nor were we ready to be " obedient to our art. " But we were determined to make the most of our last year. We elected our May Queen, Pat Collins, as our class president. Joe Falzone was made Editor of the EMERSONIAN. And the annual struggle of classes vs. cuts began again. The struggle was even more bitter because cuts just weren ' t allowed. Even if we weren ' t ready for " magnanimity of atmosphere, " we realized that the school as a whole was well on its way to achieving it. The radio department gained new vigor as Mr. Dudley resumed his position as its head. Soon it was campaigning for funds for " a bigger voice. " We were all happy to welcome back Dr. Justus McKinley. Dr. McKinley Had served as head of our history department for several years. When Jonathan French resigned, Dr. McKinley returned to become our President. As soon as mid-year exams were over, graduation loomed near. And what would we do after that? That question haunted us. It overshadowed our fun and made every other problem seem insignificant. It led us to look beyond Emerson. It led us to consider how well prepared we were to face the world we had to enter so soon. Most of us felt a terrifying sense of inadequacy. We had not achieved artistry during our college years. Perhaps we would atta in it in later years. Page Seven Page Eight acuity Justus McKinley Emerson College President Page Ten Clara Fraser Registrar Ruth Southwick Maxfield Counsellor for Women John Davis Counsellor for Men Randolph Goetze Director of Admissions Page Eleven Dorothy H. Parkhurst A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Professor of Modern Languages William S. Knickerbocker A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Professor of English Marion June Mitchell B.L.I., A.M. Professor of Speech John Eichrodt A.B., A.M. Assistant Professor of English Horace Reynolds A.B., A.M. Professor of English Elsie Rutherford Riddle B.S. in Ed. Professor of Physical Education for Women Page Twelve Ruth Southwick Maxfield B.L.I., A.M. Professor of English Samuel D. Robbins A.B., A.M. Professor of Psychology Catherine C. Perry B.L.I., A.M. Instructor in Psychology Richard D. Pierce A.B., B.D., S.T.M., Ph. D. Professor of History Rosalind J. Roulston Instructor in Radio Speech Coleman C. Bender A.B., A.M. Professor of Speech Frances M. Crowley A.B., A.M. Professor of Speech Page Thirteen Gertrude Binley Kay Professor of Drama Walter H. Siple B.S., A.M. Professor of Fine Arts Jane W. Shull Assistant in Drama Charles W. Dudley A.B. Professor of Radio Speech Rowland Gray-Smith A.B., Ph.D. Professor of Philosophy Patricia Havens Finn Instructor in Drama Francis M. Mahard Jr. Assistant Professor of Drama Page Fourteen A. A. Roback A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Professor of Psychology Albert M. Cohn Ed.B., A.M. Assistant Professor of Drama Solomon Lipp B.S., A.M., Ph. D. Lecturer in Education Dorothea R. Pauli Secretary to the President John Davis A.B., A.M. Assistant Professor of Social Studies Mary Langenhahn Receptionist Page Fiftee Roger Wilder B.S. in B.A. Superintendent of Buildings Manager of College Bookstore Madeline E Wyatt A.B. Bursar John E. Evans A.B., S.T.B. Librarian Gladys Andersen Secretary Leona Douglas Secretary Page Sixteen veritas omnia SenionA- omnia veritas Page Seventeen MARY LOUISE ALLEN A. B. Degree English Major ACTIVITIES: Choir I; Berkeley Beacon, Drama Editor 3, 4; As- sociate Editor 4; Public Productions I, 2, 3, 4; Zeta Phi Eta 2, 3, 4; Literary staff, EMERSONIAN; American College Student Leaders 4; Who ' s Who 4. DEBORAH ANN BERLINER A. B. Degree Drama Major ACTIVITIES: Public Productions I, 2, 3, 4. Page Eighteen BETTY CARLSON B. L. I. Degree Drama Major Page Nineteen PATRICIA A. COLLINS A. B. Degree English Major ACTIVITIES: Class Secretary I, 2; Class President 3, 4; Student Gov- ernment 3, 4; Zeta Phi Eta 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4; Public Productions I, 2, 3; May Queen 3; Junior Prom Queen At- tendant 3; Dormitory Secretary I, 2, President 3; House Council 2, 3; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Who ' s Who 4; American College Student Leader. Page Twenty CONCETTO J. DIMAURO A. B. Degree English Major ACTIVITIES: Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2; Rho Delta Omega I, 2, 3, 4, Sgt.-at-arms 2; Treasurer 3; President 4; Class President 3; Athletic Association I, 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 3, Secretary 4; Berkeley Beacon I, 2, 3, 4; Basket- ball I, 2, 3; Baseball I, 2, 4; Student Activities Committee 3; Allocations Committee 3; Inter- fraternity Council 3, 4. RICHARD P. DINTRUFF A. B. Degree Psychology Major ACTIVITIES: Phi Alpha Tau 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-arms 2, Vice-Presi- dent 3, President 4. Page Twenty-one FRED M. DIXON A. B. Degree English Major SUSAN DOUGLAS A. B. Degree English Major ACTIVITIES: Choir I, 2; Public Productions 1 , 2, 3, 4; Dean ' s List I, 2, 3, 4; Zeta Phi Eta 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Musical 2, 4; EMER- SONIAN Literary Staff 4; Berkeley Beacon 3; Student Christian As- sociation I; Speech Recital 3. Page Twenty-two JUDITH E. DUNN A. B. Degree Speech Therapy Major VIVIAN MARLOWE EPSTEIN B. L. I. Degree Drama Major ACTIVITIES: Public Productions I, 2 3, 4; Cheerleader I; Berkeley Beacon Staff 1,2; Zeta Phi Eta 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Dormitory Vice- President 4; WERS 3; Maid of Honor to Junior Prom Queen 3. Page Twenty-three RICHARD J. ERICKSON A. B. Degree English Major JOSEPH G. FALZONE A. B. Degree English Major ACTIVITIES: Alpha Pi Theta 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 4; Editor, EMERSONIAN 4; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; American College Student Leader 4; Allocations Committee 4. Page Twenty-four ESTHER LOIS FISHER A. B. Degree Broadcasting Major ACTIVITIES: Hillel 2, 3; WERS 2, 3, 4; Music, Continuity Chief 3; House Council 3, 4, President 4; Dance Drama 3 - k Scholarship 4. DANIEL FRERCKS B. L. I. Degree Broadcasting Major ACTIVITIES: WECB I, 2, 3; WERS 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3; Public Relations 4. Page Twenty-five Page Twenty-six Page Twenty-seven BARBARA L. HARRINGTON A. B. Degree English Major ACTIVITIES: Dean’s List 3, 4; Dance Drama I, 2, 3; Student Christian Association I, 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Choir 4; Public Productions I, 2; Berkeley Beacon Staff 4; EMERSONIAN Literary Staff 4. MARTHA HOLDEN A. B. Degree English Major Page Twenty-eight Page Twenty-nine JOSEPH JULIAN A. B. Degree Broadcasting Major ACTIVITIES: WERS 2, 3, 4, Chief Announcer 4; Newman Club 3, 4; Alpha Pi Theta 3, 4; Class Vice- President 3; Zeta Musical 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3. Page Thirty ROBERT RICHARD JULIAN A. B. Degree English-Broadcasting Major ACTIVITIES: Newman Club 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4; Alpha Pi Theta 3, 4; Baseball 3; Basketball 3; Public Pro- ductions 3, 4; WECB 2, 3; WERS 3, 4, Chief Announcer 3, 4; Pro- gram Director 4; Student Gov- ernment Treasurer 4; Allocations Committee 4; Student Activities Committee 3, 4; EMERSONIAN Photography Editor 4; American College Student Leader 4. JOHN F. KELEHER A. B. Degree Social Studies Major ACTIVITIES: Rho Delta Omega 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Athletic Associa- tion, Vice-President 4; Baseball I, 2, 3, 4; Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; New- man Club 3, 4. Page Thirty-one BUENA A. KUEHNE A. B. Degree Drama Major ACTIVITIES: S. C. A. I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Zeta Phi Eta 4; Musical 4; Sigma Delta Chi 2, 3, Vice-President 3; Basketball 4; EMERSONIAN Advertising 4; De- bate 4; Choir Operetta 4; Public Productions 2, 3, 4. GERRY S.LAFFIN A. B. Degree Broadcasting Major ACTIVITIES: WECB I, 2; WERS I, 3, 4; Class Vice-President 4; Dean ' s List I, 2, 3, 4. Page Thirty two MARCELL LANGENHAHN B. L. I. Degree Broadcasting Major ACTIVITIES: Dean ' s List I, 4; Class Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4; Proc- ter Men ' s Dorm 4; Berkeley Beacon Photographer 4; Yearbook Staff 2, 3, 4; Newman Club I, 4; Alpha Pi Theta I, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3, President 4; Recitals I, 2; Public Productions I, 2, 3, 4; WECB I, Asst. Program Director 2; WERS 3, 4, Continuity Chief 4, Program Director 4. PAUL LECOURS A. B. Degree English Major ACTIVITIES: Debate 3; Rho Delta Omega 3, 4; Treasurer 3, Social Chairman 3. Page Thirty three BERNADETTE MACPHERSON B. L. I. Degree Drama Major RUTH REDIKER MEEHAN A. B. Degree Broadcasting Major ACTIVITIES: Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4; Phi Mu Gamma 4; WECB I, 2; WERS Director of Women ' s Ac- tivities 3, 4. Page Thirty-four FELICE CLAIR MILLER A. B. Degree Broadcasting Major ACTIVITIES: Hillel I, 2, 3, 4; WECB I, 2; WERS I, 2, 3, Tr affic Chief 4; Dance Drama 3; Posture Award I, 3; Public Productions I; Scholarships 2, 3, 4. TRACY MILLER A. B. Degree English Major Page Thirty five MARGARET ANNE MINEHAN B. L. I. Degree Speech-Drama Major RALPH MUSCATIELLO A. B. Degree Speech Therapy Major ACTIVITIES: Choir I; Public Pro- ductions I, 2, 3, 4; Class Secretary 3; Phi Mu Gamma 2, 3, 4; Treas- urer 3, Musical 2, President 4; Pan Hellenic President 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Newman Club I, 2; Dance Recital 2; Scholarships I, 2, 3, 4. Page Thirty si; THOMAS NICHOLA A. B. Degree Broadcasting Major HARRIET PERLO A. B. Degree English-Drama Major ACTIVITIES: Public Productions 3, 4; House Council 3; Zeta Phi Eta 4; Dean ' s List 4. Page Thirty-seven HELEN RALBOVSKY A. B. Degree English Major ACTIVITIES: WECB I; Class Sec- retary 4; Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4; Dean ' s List 3, 4; Zeta Phi Eta 3, 4; Marshal 4; Dormitory Vice-Presi- dent 3; House Council 2, 3, 4; Public Productions 3, 4. J. BARRY REGAN A. B. Degree Speech Therapy Major Page Thirty-eight EUGENE H. ROCHE B. L. I. Degree Drama Major Page Thirty-nine ALLAN W. ROSENBERG A. B. Degree Broadcasting Major ACTIVITIES: Public Productions I, 2, 3, 4; Hillel I, 2; Berkeley Beacon Broadcast Editor 3, 4; Phi Alpha Tau 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3; Chair- man Connor Award Committee 4; WECB I, 2; Program Director 2; WERS 2, 3, 4; Production Director 4; Program Director 4. Page Forty ANNE T. SCHAEFER A. B. Degree Speech Therapy Major ACTIVITIES: Student Christian As- sociation I, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3, President 4; Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Zeta Phi Eta 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Basketball 4; Rho Delta Omega Dream Girl 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Berkeley Beacon 3; EMERSONIAN, Adver- tising Mgr. 4; Pan Hellenic Secre- tary-Treasurer 4; Choir Operetta 4; Who ' s Who 4; American Col- lege Student Leader 4. Page Forty-one MILDRED M. SELTZER A. B. Degree Speech Therapy Major ACTIVITIES: Hillel I, 2, 3, 4; Stu- dent Director 2, 3; Vice-President I; Public Productions 4; Berkeley Beacon I, 2; Junior Prom Com- mittee 3; Posture Award 3; WECB I, 2; Freshman Social Committee I. SARALIE SLONSKY A. B. Degree Broadcasting Major ACTIVITIES: House Council 3; Ber- keley Beacon, Associate Editor 4; WERS 3, 4; Director of Women ' s Activities 4. Page Forty-two SHEILA JEAN SPITZ A. B. Degree Broadcasting Major ACTIVITIES: House Council Sec- retary 4; Dean ' s List 3, 4; Public Productions I, 2; WERS 3, 4; Continuity Head 3; Director of Women ' s Activities 4; Hillel I. HERMANN G. STELZNER A. B. Degree Speech Therapy Major ACTIVITIES: WECB I; Forensic Council 2, 3, 4; President 3; Rho Delta Omega 2, 3, 4, President 3; President Student Government 4; Extemporaneous Speech Contest Winner 3. Page Forty-three Page Forty-four Page Forty-five Page Forty-six n tde ' ia ' iaduate Page Forty-seven Staircase — Top to Bottom: M. Caliri, F. Murphy, E. Young, E. Altman, M. Burday, N. Nichols, B. Beck, M. Walsh, B. Kronberg, H. Levenson, M. Jones, H. Buckley, J. Sobel, J. Gale, M. Friedman, N. Vaillancourt, A. Chapman. Back — Left to Right: D. Lunaas, L. Poulin, A. Rubenis, A. Mahoney, D. Barron, M. Olsen, R. Gendron, J. DiMuzio, E. Nelson, P. Fernald, J. Finn. Middle: H. Marderosian, J. Adams, C. Saslow, R. Maxfield, I. Fishkin, S. Thompson. Bottom — Seated: C. Andrews, C. Horton, M. Frascarelli, A. Wentzell, P. Peebles. Pago Forty eight SafeAartt xie l Top — Left to Right: P. Martin, J. Buerry, D. Peterson, D. Pazakis, J. McLeod, J. McDonald, W. Hughes, P. Murphy, E. Manolios, C. DiFruscia, D. Gillette, W. Symonds, W. Schimmel, J. Flannery, E. Gaber, F. Weiss, R. Shapira, R. Sax. Middle: J. Berraducci, S. Shipman, E. Hayes, M. Dunn, C. Robb, C. Rogers, R. Moris, B. Swartz, R. Riley, R. Roulston, D. Grande, S. Melody, D. Culver, L. DiMeo, D. Bruson, J. McDuff, R. Aborn, D. Ganzell. Seated: C. Brown, J. Hunt, J. Arrington, W. Matteson, A. Kluger, R. Butterfield, M. Eilenberg, R. Corey, B. Baer, R. O ' Connor, B. Schwartz. Page Forty-nine Back — Left to Right: P. Trainor, J. Patton, E. Ward, M. Tienken, S. Greenberg, J. Nadeau, A. Jonah, J. Ryan, E. Martin, J. Sienko, S. Zide, P. Borzumato, C. Fenster, J. Goldstein. Third Row: M. Carney, D. Warkow, B. Salomon, H. LeClaire, B. Hood, J. Fuchs, J. Solomon, R. Foss, E. Myers, M. Vogel. Second Row: D. Robinson, S. DeMillar, E. McNeven, P. Smith, D. Plaisted, E. Zekeria, N. Hellegers, J. O’Brien, B. Hendel, E. Kononen. First Row: N. Marks, N. Crowley, H. Whelpley, D. Virgilio, E. Wekohja, J. Smith, M. Cozzens, S. Aaronson. Page Fifty Student (feve’uimeat y II ■ 1 It [I i] IHif. j II H i u 1 1 % II » s w S 1 1 M % . k V-Cyg ' J II % Left to Right: Eleanor Altman, Jerry Fuchs, Marjorie Roche, Jonathan French, Ftermann Stelzner, Patricia Collins, Robert Julian. en eCey ' Seacou Seated: Lou Allen, Saralie Slonsky, Polly Peebles. Standing: Chet DiMauro, Janet O ' Brien, Allan Rosenberg, Andy MacMillan, Editor, Jim Frost, Jerry Finn. Page Fifty-one IRadcc Standing: F. Miller, M. Friedman, G. Ross, L. Fisher, J. Keleher, D. Frercks, T. N ichola, K. Albridge, R. Meehan, J. Meunier, G. Laffin, S. Slonsky, R. Julian. Seated: A. Chapman, D. Cohen, M. Langenhahn, Mr. Charles Dudley, M. Walsh, A. Rosenberg. WERS With the return of Charles F. Dudley as director of the Radio Department, WERS has undergone an extensive program of revitalization during the past year. Greatest single factor in this effort was realization of the long-awaited power increase, a move which has put WERS on the map as one of the most powerful non-commercial educational stations in the United States. Keeping in step with this improved broadcasting range, Mr. Dudley instituted a new set of operating standards which has enhanced the quality and effectiveness of both our station and its training facilities. These improvements included, a seven day operating week; more live programming utilizing student and faculty talent; and extensive collaboration with outside organizations, such as community music groups. Most notable broadcasting achievement of the college year was the WERS coverage of the presidential election. On election night direct contact was established with both major political headquarters, traveling radio units relayed new voting developments, and regular studio reports and commentaries were presented. Despite the station ' s many changes, the basic aim of WERS remains the same; to represent a significant cultural contribution to the Boston area, and to provide broadcasting majors with the best in professional training. Page Fifty-two Top — Left to Right: J. McDonald, J. Nadeau, J. Goldstein, P. Murphy, D.Lunaas.S. Melody, J. Sienko, C. Spohnholtz, P. Fernald, C. DiFruscia, R. Corey, J. Flannery, E. Aruda, P. Borzumato. Middle: H. LeClair, H. Whelpley, M. Carney, D. Ganzell, E. Hayes, D. Bruson, M. Tinken, F. Weiss, D. Gillette, B. Baer. Front: R. Jones, N Hellegers.C. Koza, D. Fenster, W. Hughes, J. Smith, R. Moris, D. Warkow, J. McDuff, A. Kluger. WECB During the past year, WECB has made exceptional progress in its function of training radio students in the fundamentals of broadcasting and preparing them for later work on WERS. Operating on a closed circuit, WECB was designed to simulate conditions existing in an average small town radio station. To enhance this air of authenticity, WECB recently was re-equipped with a complete of new and up-to-date equipment. Under the supervision of Rosil ind Roulston, a system of job rotation has been instituted, whereby each student is afforded maximum contact with all phases of radio activity. By maintaining consistently high broadcasting standards, and through the ingenuity and enthusiasm of its staff, WECB has proved once again to be one of the more vital and active organizations at Emerson. Page Fifty-three Front: R. Julian, R. O ' Connor, M. Walsh, C. DiMauro, H. Ralbovsky, R. Ryan, B. MacPherson, M. Hambro, S. Melody. Middle: J. Keleher, M. Caliri, L. Poulin, A. Mahoney, J. Sienko, R. Meehan. Rear: H. Buckley, M. Jones, M. Frascarelli, F. Murphy, R. Foss, M. Dunn, P. Borzumato. The Newman Club was directed during the past year by Father Edwin B. Kron of Saint Ann ' s in Boston. Officers were Robert Julian, President; Helen Ralbovsky, Vice President ; Delores Virgilio, Secretary; and Richard O ' Connor, Treasurer. The main function this year, was the Annual Orphan ' s Christmas Party, which again proved to be a worthy success. The party, spon- sored this year with the help of the Christian Association was held in the school itself. We played host to about 30 orphans between the ages 4 and 10 years. As usual, refreshments and entertainment were enjoyed by each and every one of our guests. WiUd Standing: F Katz, R. Sax, Janet Sobel, C. Arman, S. Aaronson, D. Warkow, R. Aborn, B. Handel. Front: R. Iskin, A. Kluger, J. Schwartz, C. Fenster. Page Fifty-four S. (£. $- Standing — Left to Right: H. Marderosian, S. DeMillar, W. Schimmel, J. Smith, R. Butterfield, C. Hunkins, C. Robb, J. McDonald, A, Wentzell, D. Plaisted, W. Matteson, P. Joyce. Seated: J. McDuff, A. Schaefer, C. Koza, B. Kuehne, . R. McEw’en C. Horton. Front: P. Peebles, J. Gale, S. Greene. Standing — Left to Right: E. Kononen. G. Sullivan, P. LeCour, E. Wekohja, B. Kuehne, J. Fuchs, N Hellegers.J. Smith, P. Joyce, S. DeMillar, H. Stelzner, H. Whelpley, Mr. Coleman Bender, director. Seated: C. Saslow, M. Carney, B. Salomon, J. McDuff, D. Bruson, M. Dunn. This year, the Student Christian Organization was under the capa- ble leadership of Anne Schaefer, President; Bue Kuehne, Vice-Presi- dent; and Polly Peebles, Secretary- Treasurer. Our project for the year was the annual Orphan ' s Christmas party held in conjunction with the Newman Club. Also, in co-operation with the Newman Club, we conducted non- denominational chapel services each Friday morning during Lent. We were fortunate to have as speakers, Dr. Justus McKinley, president of the college; Father Kron, director of the Newman Club; and Dr. Pierce. On April 17, the Emerson Debate Council played host to the New England Forensic Conference Fes- tival. This strenuous undertaking highlighted a year during which Emerson debaters competed against opponents from more than a score of colleges and universities throughout the country. The Intercollegiate topic for the school year was: Resolved, That the Congress of the United States should enact a Compulsory Fair Employment Practice Law. With its ranks swelled by ever increasing numbers of talented newcomers, the Debate Council has again earned recognition as a highly capable and active group and a credit to the college. This year ' s officers included: President — Phil Joyce Vice President — Haig Marderosian Secretary — Dot Bruson Treasurer — Terry Young. Page Fifty-five PHI ALPHA TAl Top — Left to Right: W. Hughes, W. Symonds, H. Marderosian. Middl e: M. Burday, B. Regan, R. Dintruff, A. Rosenberg. Front: R. Gendron, M. Friedman, R. Morris, J. Frost. Officers President, Dick Dintruff Vice Pres., Barry Regan Sec., Marshall Burday Treasurer, James Frost RHO DELTA OMEGA Officers President, Chet DiMauro Vice Pres., Ken Romanoff Secretary, Jack Kelleher Treasurer, Warren Clapp Standing Left to Right: P. Joyce, P. LeCoeur, K. Roman, H. Stelzner, J. Keleher. Seated: W. Clapp, K. Al bridge, C. DiMa uro, C. Hunkins. k ■ Mi m W 1 § : ij Standing — Left to Right: T. Connor, E. Roche, M. Menolios, J. Meunier, G. Ross, T. Nichola, W. Schimmel, R. Butterfield, W. Matteson, R. Julian, P. Martin, C. Robb, A. Wentzell. Seated: J. Riley, J. Eichrodt, C. Dudley, R. Pierce, R. Wilder, W. Knickerbocker, M. Langenhahn, J. Falzone. Page Fifty-six ALPHA PI THETi Officers President, Bob Tubbs Vice-Pres., Tim Connor Treas., Warren Matteson Cor. Sec., Joe Falzone Rec. Sec., Art Wenzel S unitie Back — Left to Right: R. Maxfield, R. Roulston, V. Epstein, A. Schaefer, P. Collins, S. Douglas, M. Allen, M. Jones, N. Nichols. Foreground: M. Roche, H. Ralbovsky. ZETA PHI ETA SORORITY Our Organization is a National Professional Speech Arts Fraternity for Women. This year, we were under the able leadership of Anne Schaefer, President; Viv Epstein, Vice-Presi- dent; Sue Douglas, Secretary; and Norma Nichols, Treasurer. The original musical production entitled ' S.R.O. " was our major project for this year. This is an annual event, and is always well received. We were very fortunate this year in being in active co-operation with the Zeta Alumni. Zeta actives attended teas and luncheons sponsored by the Alumni Group. New members of the sorority included Helaine Aronson, Nancy Vallincourt, Patti Copeland, Harriet Perlo, Bue Kuehne, Marge Eilenberg and Maureen Dunn. This makes a total of 20 members in Zeta Phi Eta. PHI MU GAMMA SORORITY Emerson College is fortunate in having not one but two National Speech Arts Fraternities tor Women. Phi Mu Gamma was founded nationally in 1898. Officers are: Peggy Minehan, President Lorelle Poulin, Vice-President; Marilyn Caliri, Secretary; Martha Holden, Treasurer; and Rena Aborn, Historian. Regular members in- clude: Diane Ganzel, Mary Frascerelli, Char- lotte Horton, Ronnie Meehan, and Marilyn Walsh. Our members have been quite active in the drama here at Emerson. Mary, Charlotte and Lorelle appeared in " The Holly and the Ivy. " Peggy appeared in the fine production of " Death of a Salesman. " Social highlights of the year included dinner at Du Barry ' s, a Tea held at the home of Martha Holden, and several activities with our brother fraternity, Phi Alpha Tau. Page Fifty-seven Standing — Left to Right: J. Keleher, R. Riley, R. Julian, J. Finn, K. Roman, F. Fixaris. Seated: K. Albridge, C. DiMauro, C. Robb, W. Clapp. Left to Right: K. Albridge, J. Falzone, K. Roman, J. Keleher, W. Clapp, C. DiMauro. Standing — Left to Right: K. Roman, C. DiMauro, W. Hughes, T. Nichola, J. Meunier, J. Keleher, M. Manolios, K. Albridge. Front: D. Frercks, A. Chapman, R. Julian, R. Riley, W. Clapp. P np Piftv-eiqht Page Fifty-nine As You Like It The Emerson College Drama Workshop once again provided us with an interesting and enjoyable selection of fine plays. The Playwrights Workshop, under the direction of Mr. Albert Cohn, presented a series of original one-act plays written by Emerson students. The Sophomore Bandbox Group began their season with a highly interesting production of " Andromache " by Racine, followed by an hilarious presentation of Peter Blackmore ' s farce, " Miranda. " The Senior Comparative Theatre again began the season with an enjoyable and handsome mount- ing of Shakespeare ' s " As You Like It, " followed by one of the most successful plays of the year " Death ot a Salesman. " Sean O ' Casey ' s satire, " Cock a Doodle Dandy " was the commencement offering. Lillian Helman ' s bitter denunciation of the greedy Hubbards, " The Little Foxes " was the first presentation of the Advanced Theatre Group this season. Anton Checkov ' s classic " The Cherry Orchard, " was the second play, followed by Christopher Fry ' s adaptation of Jean Anouilh ' s charade, " Ring Round the Moon. " The Obstacle Course Page Sixty ' Ifea ' i aek Sta Editor-in-Chief JOSEPH FALZONE Business Manager Artist MARJORIE P. 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Arrington, Jane, 19 Arlington Rd., Wellesley Hills, Mass. Aruda, Elizabeth, 246 Srodon Ave., Providence, R. I. Auster, Jane E., 288 Pomona Ave., Newark. N. J. Baer, Barbara J., 300 Central Park West, New York, N. Y. Buckley, Helen M., 135 Brighton St., Boston, Mass. Bangham, Rosemary E., 6107 N. Sixth St., Phila., Pa. Barron, David P., 20 Burrows St., Groton Long Point, Conn. Beck, Bonnie, 48 Ellington St., Dorchester, Mass. Behrens, Carol L., 65-61 Saunders St., Forest Hills N. Y. Berarducci, Joan, 477 Broadway, Providence, R. I. Berliner, Deborah C., 476 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. Berman, Dorothy M., 1161 East 19th St., Brooklyn. N.Y. Borzumato, Lawrence P., 59 Main St., Hudson, Mass. Brock, William, 78 Tyler Rd., Wellesley, Mass. Brown, Claire L., I I Waldron Ct., Marblehead, Mass. Brown, Phyllis W., I IA Rockland St., Roxbury, Mass. Bruson, Dorothy A., 18401 Shaker B I vd . , Shaker Hghts., O. Buerry, Joseph, 241 Federal St., Providence, R. I. Burchell, Evelyn F., 45 Pontiac Rd., Waban, Mass. Burday, Marshall, 115 New Park Ave., Hartford, Conn. Burian, Donald J., Orefield, Route No. I, Pa. Butterfield, Ruell W., 153 Coney St., Augusta, Maine Butterman, Joan A., 85 Revere St., Boston, Mass. Caliri, Marilyn, 19 Harold St., North Andover, Mass. Carlson, Betty, 132 Fairview Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. Carney, Michael, 128 Olive Ave., Lawrence, Mass. Chankin, H. E., 120 Ontario St., Sherbrooke, Que., Canada Chapman, Arch, 204 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. Chin, Margot, I 17 Woodford St., Port of Spain, B. W. I. Clapp, Warren, 90 Commercial St., East Braintree, Mass. Clark, William, I 18 Brookfield St., Lawrence, Mass. Cobb, Janet, 12 Liresey Rd., Squantum, Mass. Cohen, Debra F., 191 Newton Ave., Port Chester, N. Y. Cole, David, 37 Eliot St., Canton, Mass. Collins, Patricia, 26 Park Ave., Whitman, Mass. Connor, Tim, 944 Monroe Ave., Scranton, Pa. Copeland, Patricia A., 138 Warren St., Randolph, Mass. Corey, Robert D., 78 Oak St., Brockton, Mass. Cozzens, Mimi, 8005 Margaret Place, Glendale, L. I., N. Y. Crowley, Nancy L., 24 Berry St., Danvers, Mass. Culver, Donald M., Chase Ave., Bethesda, Md. Dardis, Clair M., I 080- 1 6th Ave., St. Petersburg, Fla. DeMillar, S. L., 200 Edmands Rd., Framingham, Mass. Denison, Ann B., First St., India Neck, Branford, Conn. DePaul, Leo, 23 Mt. Pleasant Ave., Roxbury, Mass. DiFruscia, Carmine F., 81 White St., Lawrence, Mass. DiMauro, Concetto J., 2730 Lurting Ave., Bronx, N. Y. DiMuzio, Jean E., 12 Hatch St., Everett, Mass. DiMeo, Lora, 9 Staniford St., Boston, Mass. Dintruff, Richard P., 33 Elm St., North Andover, Mass. Dixon, Fred M., 44 Thurman Park, Everett, Mass. Doble, Beverly, 180 Lakehurst Ave., E. Weymouth, Mass. Dobrin, Sheila R., 351 I Addington Ave., Montreal, Canada Dorr, Patricia A., 47 ' 2 Lincoln St., Augusta, Maine Douglas, Susan L., Kennards Corner, Eliot, Maine Dunn, Jay W., 30 Holman St., Shrewsbury, Mass. Dunn, Judith E., 28 Robbins Rd., Watertown, Mass. Dunn, Marie T., 25 Whitelawn Ave., Milton, Mass. Dunn, Maureen, West Main St., Westminster, Mass. Dwyer, Francis, 58 Myrtle St., Boston, Mass. Eilenberg, Marjorie Lois, 34 Cotton St., Newton, Mass. Emers, Dorothy, 70 Vassar Ave., Providence, R. I. Epstein, Vivian, 171 Sargeant St., Holyoke, Mass. Erickson, Richard, 175 Morton St., W. Springfield, Mass. Fairman, Faith, 83 North Cedar Dr., Melrose, Mass. Falk, Serafina, 75 Wood Lane, Woodmere, L. I., N. Y. Falzone, Joseph G., I I Charles St., Waltham, Mass. Famolare, Joseph P., 46 Alberta Rd., Chestnut Hill, Mass. Fenster, Carole, 80-75 Kent St., Jamaica E., N. Y. Ferdinand, Norman P., 49 Beacon St., Islington, Mass. Fernald, Patricia, 88 Nichols Rd., Cohasset, Mass. Finn, Jerry M., 438 Kerrigan B I vd ., Newark, N. J. Fisher, Esther L., 16 Germain St., Worcester, Mass. Fishkin, Irma S., 68-37 Yellowstone B I vd . , Forest Hills, N. Y. Fixaris, Francis J., 600 Prospect St., Torrington, Conn. Flannery, John J., 323 Princeton B I vd ., Lowell, Mass. Foss, Richard, 74 Richards St., Lowell, Mass. Frascarelli, Mary P., 17 Myrtle St., Lowell, Mass. Frercks, Daniel, 140 Locust St., Floral Park, L. I., N. Y. Friedman, Maurice, 71 I Madison Ave., Scranton, Pa. Friedman, Judith, 73 Highland Ave., Cambridge, Mass. Frost, James 378 Greenwood Ave., Rumford, R. I. Fuchs, Jerry, 377 Madison St., Passaic, N. J. Gaber, Evelyn S., 61 Hillside Ave., Winsted, Conn. Gahr, Gladys N., I 100 Ayrshire Ave., Orlando, Fla. Gale, Joan H., Helvetia St., Tewksbury, Mass. Ganzel, Carole D., 14 Dayton St., Quincy, Mass. Garber, Ann, I I 1-45 70th Ave., Forest Hills, N. Y. Gendron, Raymond, 374 Adams St., Lowell, Mass. Gerasim, Constance, 120 Webster Ave., Cambridge, Mass. Gillette, Daniel R., 25 Webber St., Lowell, Mass. Gofman, Joanne P., 40 Brackett Rd., Newton, Mass. Goldstein, Jerry L., 36 Colin PL, Brooklyn, N., Y. Grand, Dale, 110 Valentine Lane, Yonkers, N. Y. Green, Marion, 192 Euclid Ave., Waterbury, Conn. Greenberg, Shirley A., 107 Fremont Ave., Everett, Mass. Greene, Shirley E., 506 Harrison St., Petersburg, Va. Grutman, Carole J., 1475 Sheridan Ave., Bronx, N. Y. Guest, Robert J., 182 Magazine St., Cambridge, Mass. Halpin, Walter F., 57 Highfield Rd., Quincy, Mass. Hambro, Madelon C., 700 Belmont St., Watertown, Mass. Hammond, Daga L., 54 Greenwich Ave., New York, N. Y. Harrington, Barbara L., 40 Fairlee Rd., W. Hartford, Conn. Healey, Grace, 26 Mary St., Central Falls, R. I. Hellegers, Nancy, 49 Church St., Guilford, Conn. Hendel, Beverly, 135 Plant St., New London, Conn. Hicks, Roy H., 1801 Foster Ave., Memphis, Tenn. Hildreth, Ann, 7 Chestnut St., Wakefield, Mass. Hill, James, 1930 Paradise Rd., Ipswich, Mass. Holden, Martha S„ 24 Fredana Rd., Waban, Mass. Page Seventy-one Student )neU% Holmberg, Joel A., 398 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. Hood, Barbara, 223 Central St., Hingham, Mass. 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Saslow, Carole A., 322 Richmond Ave., S. Orange, N. J. Sax, Ruth E., 198 Clark Rd., Brookline, Mass. Schaefer, A. T., 160 Cleveland Ave., Rockville Cen., N. Y. Schapira, Reva R., 526 Wyoming Ave., W. Orange, N. J. Schimmel, William S., 178 Edgehill Rd., Milton, Mass. Schoolsky, Robert P., 149 Hathaway Ave., Elmont, N. Y. Schwartz, JoAnn, 2130 Center Ave., Bay City, Mich. Scofield, Ronald W., 36 Hawthorne Ave., Delmar, N. Y. Seltzer, Mildred M., 403 Union Ave., Framingham, Mass. Seymour, Lorraine M., 106 Dexter Rd., Newtonville, Mass. Shipman, Sandra J., 502 N. Front St., Marquette, Mich. Shupeck, Carol H., 123 E. Maple St., Hazleton, Pa. Sienko, John W., 102 Abram St., Pawtucket, R. I. Slonsky, Saralie, 55 W. 52 St., New York, N. Y. Smith, Janet H., 209 Waverly St., Arlington, Mass. Smith, Joyce, South Side Rd., York, Maine Smith, Patricia M., 73 Blodgett Ave., Pawtucket, R. I. Symonds, Willard, 70 Kernwood Dr., Lynn, Mass. Taylor, Ted, Lincoln Park, N. J. 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