Emerson College - Emersonian Yearbook (Boston, MA)

 - Class of 1958

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Yet of it we can make, if we choose, a planet arwexed hy war, arztrouhled hy hanger or fear, undivided hy .femelesx afistinctiom of race, color, or theory. Franklin Delano Roosevelt Our sojourn in college is a journey to the stars, A V? :xg 1 - sy ' W' sf, . QX,,,,,,. tw' 23532.-ca -f iff through difficulties. In this age of imminent space travel, of rubbing elbows with the stars, we realize more and more the immensity of our horizon. The college years are broadening, enlarging, enlightening ones. Each year we grow', our interests expand, and this is because of our college studies and experiences. As freshmen we take our first feeble Orville Wright flights into the great world of knowledge, of culture. Profiting from our experiences as freshmen we move on to the sopho- more year, to the stunt flying and thrilling mail runs of Wiley Post and Charles Lindberg. The junior year is a settling, a coming of age, a move into the jet stream. At last we break through the sound barrier, into the stratosphere of the senior year. We have reached the threshold of space, the age of the earth satellite. To- morrow we move beyond. Tomorrow we reach the stars. Here at college we take our flight training, we make our solo flights, we move into the realm of ex- perimental studies. We learn not only from theory, but from practice, and in so doing we become better fitted for this world in which we live, not only for the earth- bound world of the present, but also for the unknown world of unlimited possibilities which is our future. 5 1 Table of Dedication A A A A .... AA A AA AA Yearbook Staff A AA Faculty and Administration, Title A President AAA AAAAAAA AAAAAAAAA A AAA Faculty A AA Graduate Assistants A AA A Administration A A A Dean of Men AA AA Dean of Women AAAA Seniors, Title AA Seniors A A A Underclassmen, Title A Juniors A A AA A A Sophomores A Freshmen A A A AA Underclass Officers A A Organizations and Activities, Religious Organizations A AA Academic Organizations Performance Organizations Sports A A Sororities and Fraternities A Theater Arts A Broadcasting Speech and Hearing A Summer School A Night School Foreign Students Junior Prom Miscellaneous Class Will AAAA Boosters AAAA AA A AA Advertisements A A 8,9 io, 11 12 13-24 A 25 26, 27 AA 28 29 30, 31 32-57 58, 59 A A 60 61 62 63 64, 65 AA A 66 67 68 69-71 72-77 78 ,79 80, 81 82, 83 AA 84 85 A 86 AA 87 88, 89 90 91 92-104 dedication While there ir one nntroelden tmct F or intellect or will, And men are free to think and ect, Life if worth living Mill." Alfred Austin Now that we are about to leave our sheltered youth, we begin to realize that throughout our lives there will be many times when we are to be called upon to fulfill a task, to face responsibility. During the past four years we have been preparing ourselves to meet Life's challenges, many of which we have already encountered. It is now that we can fully appreciate the man who instilled in us the desire to do more than "just enough." This is a man who stimulates the mind toward greater thoughts and ideals. He imparts the desire to reach for the highest goal by setting an example both in and out of the classroom. A knowing glance or a subtle word may be his sign of approval, but through this he has taught us to appraise ourselves and evaluate our own work so that we need not be dependent upon others to do it for us. Through his guidance new interests have been awakened within us as well as the determination to see them through. He has made us realize that education is more than learning a mass of isolated facts. Because of these things, as well as the personal interest he has shown in each one of us, we, the class of 195 8, proudly and with utmost sincerity dedicate this yearbook to Dr. Coleman C. Bender. .- ,165 fix o v 9 e 'f FJ I A J! o . . J. Q .Vg , 1' 'fi .- '91, nf, - 1 1 , Q . s Q- I Vi a.' 9 . 0 , . . I 1958 EMERSONIAN STAFF Editor in claie Paul McKeowr1 Banners Mfimzgerf John Pietromonaco John Zacharis .. Louis Stamoulis Marjorie Whiting Louise Lerourrmeau June August Barbara Behrman Carl Schmider Linda Keery Linda Freedman Joy Palmer x I , x s ,. . Nm., J ,fr .r .3 'YJQ5 Y' 'Az 5 '5,,q53' Q , f. x ' "',',' 1 -I - x 2. I , 4.x 'U h , . I I ' I ' Q '. ,,. J . 54, 92 wg ', Q. 9. 'DT - . 11 . n ' ' C' 'V'?'.1g - o -'f'pTj g3" ' - '- , --1 I' ' - . y if . w .',,- , 1 ' r, - x vV'gl!.. A . ' -xokfi R' , ' ' .V-bv ' - I' ' 1 .-. ' ,f -.Mn .0 ' ' ' ' T ,V af' - . . . 7 w , 1 Q X -4 Q . ,C . ml . I 'f . H. 'Q' ' Y- f?'+...' W ,gif 5, I , :N . ,.1 ,- 9 ,-2 ,Q 1, f Q qgc1'f.L3A,V..". Kr. e,I1.4,,i..f ,, X ?f-v"'h'f s , X ..4 X " gg, .,-sf 4 x . 3 .-K .. .. I , . . A . -. ,Af X N4 Ji 11.1 I . Inf' A ' 4,-. 0 ' 1 an f X , v- 0 ,. WIA . , A 4.1-. .7-"1'. LTY and DMIN I STRATIO 5 X, ' , M mm a Q8 e 5 O o O O 5 O Q. 0.0 O 0 D 6 O Dr. S. Justus McKinley Preiident Words stay intangibles until they are linked with qualities and deeds that make them realities. Throughout our scholastic climb to our present status of seniors and future alumni, we have grown into aware- ness that a place of learning must have as its leader a man of initiative, organizational insight, and high intellectual standards, a man who is genuinely interested in performing the responsibilites of his position. We, the class of 1958, are proud to say that we have had as our President of Emerson College a man with these and many more outstanding qualities. The combination gave us and will give others a Leader and a Teacher. To Dr. McKinley and his charming wife, Mrs. McKinley, we here offer our inadequate thanks for things given to us that cannot be gauged or recorded accurately in only earthly values. Mr. Harry Nickerson Mrs. Clara Fraser Admissions Registrar oz-'f , I D 4'3""'Ql1lflf " Tl i-hal-can---. 57 ' g -Q A .7 A H I 1' '1flf'l'gmaff'lfl3 it I' L 'si Miss Caroline Holland Mr. Roger Wilder Bursar Burinerr Manager 'I3 1- -- --W ---- Tw-f - gi SF 'vw ' va, .., 7,1 af. 15? E Y , I C I I I2 mmm in ff Jl QIN 'KAL f' 1 ' 1 -Q, i Y as I 4 I . ' . L C '1 A Professor Charles Dudley Instructing Professor Charles Dudley Mr. Stuart Postle Mr. Charles Phillips Miss Anita Kolen Mr. Conrad Jameson Mr. William Pierce III Mr. Jack Rains A ,,.,., ' .x Yfqhfsgg , Q. Mr. Leo Nickole Mr. Leo Nickole Directing Class theatre arts gg.. ,, is W W - 0 A Q ' Zoo' 'of' " ' .. 9 o . Mrs. Gertrude Kay Mrs. Ann Clapp Mrs. Josephine Barnett Mr. jack Stein 1.-1 1 N M Ml V v f m Q f 4 e f pm, mfr.: .rr W ..,-f , ganrrgwnnmmfmmmwen mamma... f- 4 rfb! Dr. Stanley Vogel Mr. Horace Reynolds Mr. Elliot Norton Mr. Harry Nickerson english Dr. Ella Murphy Mrs. Maxfleld Teaching 'FT 'Xp Mrs. Ruth Maxlielcl Y.. Head of English Department aim... ,V Mr. Hubert Giese Mr. Giese Teaching :W Mrs. Regina Greenspun Mr. Oberle Instructing Mr. Grover J. Oberle Mr. Robert Perritt .. 'I fi 'J , 1: ' F' X f 1 , K 1, 11, .K 11? ,. A .,,hA,, .W A, ,M Q- K " ,, 7, ff' f fi' X J ,, 4 , M 0. im ,: f::2QgAQ??-' ' I -' V F' Dr. Herbert Golden Mrs. Joan Alonso Dr. Martin Goldstein Mr. Lucian Minor -5, iso ' 0 D Dr. Parkhurst and her informal discussion group Dr. Dorothy Parkhursr H ead of language Department "Qs-Mila. V -2 -1 K ' r gsm. Jr Mr. Roger Arnold teaching Mr. Roger Arnold Mathematic: Imtructor I Dr. Rowland Gray-Smith science Mr. Arthur West II f " w 20 Miss Elsie Riddle and fencing class physical educ ti n Q Q 2 0 if gl o im? ,R v W . if fi R 3 ' .-W' lg ll.'42t,'f'fi ,f ,Lg 4'-Qi' ' .,.. iz Z 55 f ,-0' Mr. Richard Thomas Miss Elsie Riddle Dr. Theodore Thass-Thienemann w...-ww, 0'-- px, i Qfla ...QD , er? . Miss Lydia Hurd -5 Theodore Thass-Thienemann teaching Q psychology Dr. H. J. Wilson S BOC Dr. Bender teaching 'T KYKYU 'ay ' 55" 0 .OO 4 Q v 0 X? ,flllllllig 31, , if Ji? W fear 3 ? Q C D rn 5 Q 3' IT' 2. Z Y" '-1 O 'J' D N O 71 D Z T' 71 0 D 'D 99 'J' Q 71 rn D D 2 I 2: V x' U: E. UQ U ru Fl Z W Fl Q. na Fl O 2. su D Dr. Coleman C. Bender .,,..- Q 'M MRI' ,QF I naw? Mr. Thomas Houchin Mrs. Victoria jessernan Miss Grace Kennedy Mrs. Mary Doehler Ill! It Lvl. 13. wliflllllggtia 09: i qsrwww ,eff x ns,-A. ,QQ r,., 9 " N' 5 " ri' fi' ' .ffm 1' " , , wg? - Miss Catherin Perry speech and hearing therapy Miss Perry reaching ! Dr. Richard Pierce Head of Social Science Department . 'Q bt Mr, john Ahlin Mr. Henry Stonie 24 Mr. Thomas Carroll, Mr. Richard Keefe, Mr. Vincent Bevilacqua, Miss Shirley Surrette, Mrs. Vivian Margulies, Miss Pamela Merrill, Mrs. Chiyo Naito. GRADUATE ASSISTANTS A living plant must always put forth new shoots that show its life and continue its life. A school is this way, too. And as with a plant, some of the new "shoots" of a school stay close to their point of nurture, to receive more knowledge and also to pass on know- ledge within the mother-fold, to strengthen the parent plant. Our graduate assistants gave and received, and this inestimably. 25 Mrs. Alice Gallo Admiuion: Secretary Mrs. Gladys Cooper Mailing Room wwmwmt N,r.t-smrtM 5, A 1 Mrs. Charlotte Bermudes Head of Alumni Office V 6 60 it '-f' wear QC3 a Mrs. Sarah Zimmerman Secretary to the president u K K -' Lsmswuws Mr. Anthony Van Riper Head of Public Relation: Deparzment .,.w,,,., ,sr.,v,.- -V ,,fwW,,lwwsmWvm.,Mqy 5253. wr Q "' ugh' . .. , y r? qi 41, Mt Y, tg 9' ' , S is I ss. , Leia we , Y S 6 E, ,wa gt agp ,S E , . 1 , , gg , We ai 41 . 1 :emi by if., 0- 1 v fx it ,. S 5 9 " Q - 1 3 Q ' 1 5 an .. ,. I , , A,.. f , Y sql:- .Qj .Llgg.,f,y f ,gsm fy . Cafeteria Staff "0 Scotia! My Dear, My native Soil!" -1. 'QQ ,mga Mrs. Mary Stupitas "BZe.ft he the hour, wherein I bought thi: hook . . " Mrs. Alice Dwyer "The melting voice through mazex running." Mr. john Howard Ahlin Counselor for Men It has never been disputed that the human is an intricate being-a com- plexity of emotions and aspirations that, to understand completely, can only be a goal strivan for, rarely attained. To a searching and confused mind, whirl- ing in the educational process, guidance and counsel are needed, and sometimes desperately. Many can give this help, sometimes unwittingly, but when a man has this as his outlined task, he must have singular character properties. A cheerfulness and kindliness are paramount. Wisdom and inner strength are basic. Combining these distinctions, and above all a friend, Mr. john Howard Ahlin calls forth our highest thanks and honor. 28 Q ig, 1, fx. Mrs. Ruth Southwick Maxfield Counselor for Women A class of graduating students represents the endeavors and hopes and assistance of many persons on many levels. Graduation from college is a ful- fillment -- a particular kind of "goal attained" - a Wonderful culminationg an especially transcendental and incomparable event. The artists and shapers of the minds born at graduation need special attributes. Specifically, those persons who are called Guiders and Advisors within the educational framework need personal and communicable warmth, perseverance, piercing insight, and sense of humour. Mrs. Ruth Southwick Maxfield qualifies. 29 SENIOR OFFICERS olm LeBlanc, Prcmlw1f.' Harvey Puttermzm, Vice P7'65il!C7If.' ohn Znchuris, 'l'rm1J11rcr,' Marjorie Whiting, Secretary. SE IGRS . 1- 'bv fu,-L ..- 4 .L fxgxf fl 0 u I. . . -,.. ' .1-' ' -4: r'Y,f'W WHO'S WHO james Noel, john LeBlanc, George Wfildey, Richard Hamilton Mjfmzgz Bonnie Glovin. , 1' "-1'-.r,Q,.'g' '-A 1 " ' 'A 7 f 4- ..43.11.5-1.11 N v..f ,ja L: -ff. , A. -.-,- A ' . ." .' ' "-'-51111-4i.f - V 4 ' . 'T-1 5 . Q 0 ' f Lf 2:4 ' i',.!i??.1ii"iA.. '. Hfylfk ' 3-,'f3I.g. ' 3 , w-f.'f":'f as - iz 'Jw " . , K-'vp-grmsggn'-'.:,:g. A . -' Sq '- fr-zyiqgo , 2. j s., 1-'qjyaf' pfip'EiY'vSgg, QI., L11-N422 3, f'1Zf',' - Q N frwgifff If-qs: ,: .3 4 ."."f5.7Ff5?e3'f ,.L,w ' it -'-7-1 ,flf ' 4 L' 117 J Q nl: Tw 'L 4.i'?1,'h',"g.'F,1Af , . I , ' -L , L fi . f 1,41 f . ' , - . . 0 J pf L ,fy f k L1 ' X L , 0 . O bl ,4 a, j ' 1 C FA. JK' fx-,KNF 0 G GW l,,a.f'Aj june Cynthia August Effervescence . . . the spontaneity of an unrehearsed B.S. Broadcasting-English arf' ...W song . . . hummingbird sense of humor . . . enhanced john joseph Ahearn, jr. B.S. Theater Arts Gentleman and a scholar . . . to be great is to be misunderstood . . . love of all forms of the arts . . . a man of many voices . . . Activities: Berkeley Beacon 2, WERS 1, 2, 3, 4, Public Productions 1, 2, 3, 4, Dean's List. by never forgetting that mankind has feelings . . . Activities: Zeta Phi Eta 2, 3, 4, Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4, Berkeley Beacon 2, 3, 4, Emersonian 4, WERS 3, 4, WECB 1, 2, Debate 1, 2, 3, 4, Choric Speech 1, 2, Forensic Society 3, 4, Public Productions 1, 2, 4, Dorm Council Vice President 4, Scholarships 1, 2, 3, 4, Dean's List. Q N Barbara Anne Behrman "Skippy" B.A. English A book of verses underneath the bough, a loaf of bread, a jug of wine and thou . . . "to be a worth- while English teacher",. . . a woman with winning ways . . . Activities: Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Historian and Sergeant at Arms 4, Scribe 3, Berke- ley Beacon 2, 3, Emersonian 4. Lois Murcia Bickoff "Alice in Wonderland" B.A. English-Theater Arts Talent personified . . . sweet and dainty . . . has a passion for antique rings . . . dresses well at all times . . . active in all departments at Emerson . . . a lovely girl to know. . . Aciiuitierf Zeta Plai Ein 3, 4, Corresponding Sec- retary 3, Murflaull 4, Hillel 1, 2, 3, 45 WERS 2, 3, WECB 1, Choir 1, 2, Dorm Council 3, 4, Houfe Rep. 3, Vice Prefideni 4, Posture Award 1. Gerald Blume "Jerry" B.S. Broadcasting The "Voice" . . . popularity with everyone . . . a master of the airwaves . . .curly hair and hearty laughter . . . gets "carried away" . . . we aim to please . . . Hi-Ho Mr. B .... success is within your grasp . . . Activities: Uniuerfity of Connecticut 1, 2, Alpha Pi Tloetu 2, 3, 4, Bufebnll 2, 3, Hillel 2, 3, 4, WECB 2, WERS 2, 3, 4. rig .,,.l M C 5 2 klzffff' . lsbxwi Ramon Bieri llRay! I B.S. Theater Arts Sincerity sparked by a smile . . . camera bug . . . all the world's a stage . . . a warm greeting . . . Mr. Musical Comedy . . . Actiuiliefx Alpha Pi Them 1, 2, 3, 4, S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Delaute 1, 2, Public Production! 1, 2, 3, 4, Emer- son Player! 1, 2. William james Bordy "Billbordy" B.A. English "California, here I comel' . . . Mr. Fascination . . . I want to be a cowboy . . . deep bass voice . . . com- mercial art a forte . . . on stage or on the air his versatility shines . . . flcti1'itieJ.' Phi Alpha Tau l, 2, 3, Berkeley Beacon l, WERS 4 Choric Speech l, Puhlic Production! l, 2, 3, 4g Detnfr Lift, Playufrighff Workrhop 3g Studio Proiluctiom' 4. Robert Louis Clarke "Bob" B.S. Broadcasting The infectious good-natured smile . . . energy and spirit in accomplishing a task . . . a boyish air, all- pervadingg but hardly concealing ever-present manly qualities, good-humoured, with a witty way . . . Actiuitiefx Phi Alpha Tau l, 2, 3, 4, Correfponding Secretary 2, Recording Secretary 4g S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, WERS l, 2, 3, 4g WECB l, 2, 3g Program Director 3, Dehate lg Barehall 3. 6 gf Lawrence Paul Borzumato "Larry" B.A. English "Love and marriage" . . . "There is a time of speak- ing and a time of being stillu . . . hard work with a smile . . . and gladly would he learn and gladly teach . . . Actizfitier: Rho Delta Oinega 2g Athletic Asrocia- tion 2, Barehall 2, WERS 2, 35 WECB l, 2, Dean'5 Lift, Clair Officer 2, Vice-Prefident. -- - 1- Stanley 1. Cohen "Stan" B.S. Broadcasting A more sincere person you will never find . . . always stops to say "Hello" . . . warm and friendly . . . always interested in his fellow man . . . the epitome of a gentleman . . . Activities: Alpha Pi Theta 2, 3, 4, Athletic Associa- tion 2, 3, 4, Bashethall 2, 3, 4, WERS 3, 4, Produc- tion Staff 4, WECB 2, 3, Puhlic Productions 2, 3, 4, Dean's List. I 'Ili- N-Q .jx ' lliiiii ' -ef' 1 W mg il A IAA. joseph Michael Clernenti "Moose" B.A. English Bon vivant . . . but never forgetful of feelings. Enter- prising about life and its eternal possibilities . . . helpful and thoughtful. Remember always that a relaxed approach achieves the goal most smoothly . . . Activities: Alpha Pi Theta l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2, Treasurer 3, Newman l, 2, Scrihe 3, 4, Assistant Editor 4, WERS 2, 4, WECB l, 2, Dehate l, Choir l, 2, Public Productions 3, Dean's List, Student Gov- ernment Treasurer 3, Class Vice-President 2. Kenneth joseph Desrnarais ..Ken,, B.S. Broadcasting A mature affability . . . genteel quality . . . a drive to do well . . . a love of broadcasting . . . a future voice will echo: "A job well done, Ken"! Activities: Phi Alpha Tau 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2, President 3, lntra-Fraternity Council Vice-Pres- ident 3, WERS 2, 3, 4, Choir 4, Class Vice-Pres- ident 3. M' l I Q3 Charles L. Durand "Charlie" B.S. Broadcasting 5: The many roads of life require care and choosing Q . . . our way is brightened by peppy story-telling . . . ef ,V a social group requires a catalyst to make it Click . . . and isn't there a touch of French charm? Activitiersu Lowell Technological l, 2, 3, Alpha Pi Theta 2, '3, 4, Vice-President 3g Newman 3g Scribe 3g Business Manager, WERS 3, 4g WECB 2, Debate 3, Dean'.f List. 11. f '-.-51' ' . V. 25.41, ':.g-g','.'-L.-.'. . -4.-o.g.g.,.g.3u I'S'f'.0.'-'-fi ' i Barbara Ann Dow B.A. Theater Arts Sweetness and grace . . . a pleasure to know . . . a helping hand and a sincere friend . . . design and sketching a hobby . . . flctiuitiefx Phi Mu Gamma 2, 3, 4g Pledge Miftresr 3gVice-President 4, Cboric Speech 2. Jetta Eisinger B.A. English Quiet in her own secretive way, but flashes a bright smile as you pass her. A flair for dressing . . . a page out of the Bazaar . . . lady-like always . . . Actiifitieis Pi Mu Garnina 4g Hillel l, 2, 3, Berke- ley Beacon 1, 2, Debate l, 2g Public Productions 1, 2, 3, 4g Dorm Council Treasurer 3. George joseph Farris "Spider" B.A. Social Science First impressions are important, as is how you shake a hand. Retentive learning always shows in subjects that fit one's natural bents. Raconteur but also a listener. Good grooming plays a part. Actiuitiefx Alpba Pi Tbeta 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Newman 1, 2, WECB 1, 2, WERS 2, 3, Debate 1, Dean'5 Lift, Clam Treafurer 2. Maryann Gallant B.A. Psychology-Education One could say: "To converse well you must love people" . . . sympathico charm does communicate . . . far away places needs persons with energetic visions . . . Actiifitiefs El Camino Ir. College, Zeta Pbi Eta 2, 3, 4, Cameo Reporter 3, Berkeley Beacon, Radio Ed- itor 3, Ernerfonian Layout Editor 4, WERS-FM 3, 4, Officer Supervisor 4, WERS-TV Script Superuiior 4, Public Production: 2, Scbolaribipf 2, 3, 4, Dean'.t Lift, Veteran: Club Secretary-Treafurer 2, Girlx Baxbetball, Coacb-Captain 4. ,f 1 " I vi. l o Daniel Frank "Dan" B,A, Broadcasting A Barrister at heart . . . an ear to the radio . . . a jazz enthusiast . . . quiet and polite . . . and that certain air that we call gentility . . . Actiuitieis Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4, WECB 1, 2, 3, WERS 3, 4, Scbolarfbip 4, Young Deniocratx Club 1, 2. judith Ellen Gaiwey B.A. Speech Therapy "Judy" . . . our nomination for the all american girl ww, . . . sweet and sincere . . . pixie with a devilish ,7 twinkle . . . "Happy talk" . . . Actizfitiefs Unirerrity of Dayton lg Memphis State College 23 Delta Zeta 1, 2g Kappa Gamma Chi 3, 4g Nezwmatn 3, 4g WECB 3g Choir 4g Dorm Conncil 3. Beverly Stone Glovin "Bonnie" B.A. Hstory-Social Science Sweet and petite . . . Good things come in tiny pack- ages . . . busy doing things for others . . . can still get on subways for a nickel . . . bright future ahead . . . Activitief: Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, 4g Hillel 2, 3, 4g Scrihe 3g Choric Speech 3g Scholarrhipr 2, 3, 43 Stit- ilent Government Secretary 3g May Queen 3g Prom Attendant 3g Deanr Lift, Whok Who in American College! and Univertitiex. VII! T. 'l' A X! Q? lm. ily il K N X' ff V. .N I x, p if 711:67 ,I V nv-'J'-x1 Barbara Ann Gawron "Bobbie" B.A. Speech Therapy One out of many . . . always a helping hand . . . "l'd love to tour the world" . . . determination and perseverence . . . sincerity and truth . . . Actiifitieyx Girllf Bafhethall Z, 4g Newman 2, 3, 4g Berkeley Beacon Social Editor 3g WECB lg Dehate lg Phi Mn Gamma 4. George Edward Grippo B.S. Broadcasting Ladies man . . . good-natured gags . . . a go-getter . . . genuine earnestness with a carefree spirit . . . happy behind a "Mike" . . . a little extra work shows in the finished product . . . Activities: C.C. N.Y, 1, 2, Rbo Delta Omega 2, 3, 4, WECB 2, 3, WERS 3, 4, Debate 2, 33 Cboir 3, 4, Public Productions 4g Veterans Club 2. 6- Bernard Francis Gregoire "Bee-Zee" B.S. Broadcasting Vim and vigor count . . . the matter at hand needs underlying when approaching a problem . . . in- f1 -1 settling . . . thoroughness in action and strength C QC ' terested in others and sincere in social relation- ships . . . Activities: Pbi Alpba Tau 2, 3, 43 Newman 1, 2, 3, WERE 1, 2, 3, 4g Operations Manager 4, WECB 1, 2. ,049 4 i sf, t e 1 r ., 1' QSAJP Richard Leonard Hamilton "Dick" B.A. Broadcasting "Sincerity and truth are the basis of every virtue" . . . a job well done . . . a warm smile and a friendly "Hi,'! . . . fresh ideas for TV . . . Activities: Pbi Alpba Tau 1, 2, 3, 45 Recording Sec- retary 3, Vice-President 3, 4, Scribe 2, 3, Editor 4g Berkeley 2,' WERS 2, 3, Production 31, Cbief An- nouncer 4g Dean's List, Student Government Pres- ident 4, Class President 3g Wbo's Wbo in American Colleges and Universities. ii" :Z ye '. - Alexandra Hayward Hart X "Rusty,' B.S. Speech Therapy T30 Lively, loquacious and likeable . . . red pony tail . . . xlx lal get , ix ww f mf 6 Q Pts 3 A f' it Y iw at l ,554 '4 at it My f , f , ,, X If 325235: - t 'Yi . as - -t . :.- . ,-624' YQ, ' 41-f p Jw' :mic r12fS3gSe?iZf'1ffe , ,ig -' , his , 'f I fi 57 A mischievous grin . . . a cup of coffee and a bit of chatter . . . "Kids, I'm off to the clinic" . . . Activities: Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, 4g SCA l, 2, 3, 4g Puhlic Productions 2, 4. Norman Russell Hein B.S. Broadcasting Disciplined approach to matters at hand with care to details. A friendly face at WERS . . . success is a certainty . . . Actizfitiesg Phi Alpha Tau 253, 4g Athletic Associa- tion 3, 4g Baslaethall 3, 4g WECB l, 2g WERS l, 2, 3, 4, as Nelson A. H ershman "Nel" B.S. Broadcasting A compliment to "Louis' " style . . . a burning desire to make it . . . mature attitude with a boy's grin . . . El XV twig gg VJ i success awaits him. Activities: Hillel l, 2, 3, 45 WERS l, 2, 5, 4g WECB 1, 2, 5g Workshop 3g Continuity Staff 35 Puhlicity anil Puhlic Relations 4g Veterans Cluh l, 2. Nancy Louise Holden A , ,. ,, ff f Nan f 'Q B.S. Speech Therapy Poised and pensive . . . "Gentlemen prefer blondes" V . . . crinkly-eyed smile . . . a dipomat . . . Actiifities: Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3g Historian and Sergeant At Army 2, Vice-President 4g SCA l, 2, 3, 4gWECR lg Traffic Manager lg Debate lg Choir 3, 4g Librarian, Pnblic Productions 3, 4g Dean'J Lift. ' glflgg ' X N L Rhoda H urvitz Speech Therapy dress in perfect taste . . . immaculate . . . serene 1 graceful in her manner . . . a charming person to know. Activities' Zeta Phi Eta 2, 5, 4. f fl' 7 17 1 I , ,X I,-wif? lxlwwf' -m I 5nmum. C2068 - Lincoln Homes "Linen B.A. Broadcasting Mountains are never empty and the voice of a trum- pet has a commanding call . . . readiness is present now in attitude to take the lead when opportunity appears. Activitieff Rho Delta Omega 2, 3, 4g Sgt.-at-Ami 3g Prefident 4g Intra-Fraternity Council Secretary 4g WECB lg WERS 2, 3, 4. B.A. - l The e 'tome of so histication . . . knows ho to l -pl . P - W, , , I :id Cynthia Hutchinson "Cindy" B.A. Theater Arts 'f Ill .,,r rev ! ,, f 1 if X 97 A joy to know . . . A pleasant smile, a word to match . . . a lady . . . a friend in need . . . an asset to the alumni office and an asset to Emerson. . . Activities Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, 4, Social Chair- man 3, Cheerleader 2, Newman 1, 2, 3, 45 Berke- ley Beacon 1, 2, Puhlic Production 1, 2, 3, 4g Clan Treasurer 1. Sheila Krute B.A. Speech Therapy Mischevious eyes . . . good natured . . . an awful lot of fun to be with . . . an honor to know . . . her heart is not big enough to fill the warmth she spreads to those who have met our Sheila . . . Activities: Phi Mu Gamma 2, 3, 4, Prefident 4, Debate 1, Choric Speech 1, 2, 35 Hillel 1, 2, 3, Pan- Hellenic Council, Vice-President 4. Laurel Friedherg Kaplan , K "Laurie" 1 B.S. Theatre Arts - "The play's the thing" . . . desire to be a good wife . . . cha-cha lessons in the dorm . . . one-woman charm school . . . "I must learn to ski." Activitiexx Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4, Puhlic Productions 1, 2, 3, 4, Penn. State 1, 2. Henry Edward Le Claire l pUl B.A. Speech Infectious laughter is food for the soul . . . a happy hello for everyone . . . our energetic man about town . . . "Eat, drink, and be merry" . . . going places. Activities: Rbo Delta Omega 1, 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 2, Corresponding Secretary 3, 4, S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, A4, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, Atbletic Association 1, 2, Treasurer 2, Debate 2, 3, 4, Cboric Speecb 3, WERS 2, WECB 1, 2, Public Produc- tions 2, 4. sae '9 1 WW ' A sn? jobn Leblanc "jack" B.A. English "Jack" . . . man about town - and yet a special note here . . . for tending to matters political is of vital concern . . . dapper is a word applicable, and polished also one . . . breadth in thought . . . Activities: Pbi Alpba Tau 2, 3, 4, Sargeant-at-Arms 4, Newman 1, 2, 3, 4, Scribe 1, 2, 3, 4, Berkeley Beacon 1, WERS 1, 2, WECB 1, 2, Public Produc- tions 4, Dean's List, Class President 2, President 4, Student Council 3, Vice-President 3, Wbo's Who in American Colleges and Universities. F I ,ffl I i -A " . B1 'I -,..f-4 Q: Nell 52' Gerald Stanley Lennick "Jerry" B.A. Broadcasting jerry is TV production all the way . . . a master musician . . . sincerity at all times . . . a great desire to mark the "Air waves" with his name. Actifuitiesf Alpba Pi Tbeta 1, 2, 3, 4, Pledge Master 3, Secretary 4, WERS 1, 2, 3, 4, WECB 1, Public Productions 1, 2. Y fa Louise Claire Letourneau B.A. Broadcasting A lady named Lou with stars in her eyes: but these are the kind of stars that others see and don't blind her. "O world, I cannot hold thee close enough . . A questioning mind, a heart of warmth . . . "Do any human beings ever realize life while they live it?" Activities: Regif College 1, 2, Newman 1, 2, 3, 4, Berkeley Beacon 4, Ernerfonian 4, WECB 3, WERS 3, 4, Dean'5 List. ' . Q 5 5 2. . V . X. Albert Francis Leonard NAI!! B.A. Theater Arts-English Mrs. Cooper's "Friday" . . . helpful . . . friendly . . . Broadway's future playwright . . . a gain to american audiences . . . Actiuitiex: Pbi Alpba Tau 2, 3, 4, Bafketball 3, Newman 1, 2, 3, 4, Public Productions 1, 2, 3, 4. 12 Donald MacKenzie "Don" B.S. Speech Therapy A mild suaveness . . . a boyish grin . . . dancing feet and a love of the arts . . . a student and a gentleman par excellence . . . Activities: Public Productions 1, 2, 3, 4, Deanif Liit. Richard Peter Marcoux Il "Dick" B.S. Broadcasting "Follow him . . . though the sword hidden among his pionions may wound . . . even as he is for your growth, so is he for your prunning . . a gentleman . . . an aesthete . . . ' Actiifitierx Rbo Delta Omega 2, 3, 4, WECB 1, 2, WERS 2, 3, 4, Veterans Club 1, 2. Toby Ann Memielson "Tammy" B,S, Speech Therapy Vivacious . . . a smile and a sympathetic word for everyone . . . her vibrant personality . . . a loss to Emerson now, will be its future gain . . . "Hello from the heart." Activitiefs Literary Sldj? 4. sz 5' i 3 Paul jobn McKeown B.S. Broadcasting Overtones of military brusqueness . . . an organizer par excellence . . . "Mr, Emersoniann . . . possibilities unlimited . . . Activitier: Bofton Uriiverfity lg Rbo Delta Omega 2, 3, 4, Treararer 3, Emerxonian Editor 4, Debate 3, 4, Foremic Society 4, WERS 4, Veteram Club 1, 2. james G. Miades "Max" B,S. Broadcasting Never underestimate that factor all-important of earnestly desiring to achieve an end . . . the essence of camaradie . . . l'Out of black, take one!" Activitiefs Pbi Alpba Tau 2, 3, 4, WECB 2, WERS 3, 4, Public Productions 1, 2, 3, 4. .- - :M -2? f 5 lb? , Roy joseph Mollomo B.S. Broadcasting 10 Commonwealth is his beat . . . always a clever quip . . . an eye for the ladies . . . Sergeant-at-Arms . . . coffee in the caf . . . good-natured sincerity . . . bongo drums . . . Activities: Rbo Delta Omega l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Prey ident 1, 2,, Sgt.-at-Army 4, Intra-Fraternity Council 2, Newman Club lg WERS 4, WECB 2, Debate 3, 4, Cboir 4, Sgt.-at-Arms of tbe Veteran! Club 1, 2. p 15vA'p , smlllll nm 4 11 'W 3 ak i fi-ww David Miller "Dave" B.A. English A love of drama . . . a touch of the romantic with the understanding of a realist . . . a dream in foreign lands . . . Activities: Pepperdine College lg Cboir lg Pbi Alpba Tau 2, 3, 4, Dean'5 Lift, Public Productions l, 2, 3, 4. Myra Annette Moskowitz B.S. Theater Arts Oh, those beautiful eyes . . . "Frank"ly speaking . . . bundle of energy with high aspirations . . . sweet and demure . . . the day isn't long enough . . . Activities: Kappa Gamma Cbi 2, 3, 4, Public Produc- tions 1, 2, 3, 4, Dorm Council 1, 2. I' uf B fllllikt ,lwll ,f . fl Zhi' ..4 oeiaiiaifi l l O Milton Monbleau "Milt" B.S. English-Speech Interest can lie in things not always of this world . . . though interests can be varied . . . a voice of singing is a special language . . . Actizfitiefs Cboir 1, 2, 3, 4, S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Prei- ulent 1, WERS 4, Public Productions 4. Stuart Clyde Mosler B,S, Theatre Arts "Stuie" . . . a hefty build, a husky voice and a hearty manner . . . "Forty-five minutes to Broadway" . . . the stage is thine . . . Actiifitieix Rbo Delta Omega 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, WECB 3, 4, Public Productions 2, 3, 4. ..,. ,. I if Meredith Lillian O'Gorman Meredy v Speech Therapy XX 7 H H l B.A. -1 55, A Dignity and charm . . . lasting friendship . . . relia- bility and devotion to her work . . . to know her is X 'Z to love her . . . Activities: Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Puhlic Productions l, 2, 3, junior Prom Queen 3, Dean's List. james Noel I Kjimll B.S. Speech-Education Serious when the time calls: gay when the occasion arises . . . always ready to give you a helping hand . . . by a smile or a word friendliness prevails . . . qualities innumerable . . . Activities: Phi Alpha Tau 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4, Berke- ley Beacon 2, Puhlic Productions l, 2, 3, Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Government Treasurer 2, Vice President 4, Whois Who in American Colleges and Universities. Robert George Oros "jumbo" B.S. Broadcasting A winning smile . . . a friendly hello . . . limelight of the party . . . a friendly wink and dancing feet is our man, Bob. Activities: Rho Delta Omega l, 2, 3, 4, Correspond- ing Secretary 4, Basketball l, 2, Newman Cluh 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, WERS 1, 2, Choric Speech 1, 2, Vice-President 2, Choir 2, 3, 4. john Gene Papa B.A. Social Science A cheery hello and smile . . . and you're at once at ease . . . conversationlist of high order, with gal- lantry evident always. Gourmet, perhaps: but cook, more so. sincerity and interest in the group. Actiifitief: Neufman l, 2, 3, 4, Inter-Faith Council 4. 1 , J fi ' Harvey Goodwin Putterman B.A. Sociology A valued friend . . . always a friendly smile . . . "Let's organize" . . . good music and a detective story . . . "People interest me." Actiifitiefs Rho Delta Omega 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice-Prerulent 4, Hillel 2, 3, 4, Vice-Prefident 2, 4, Prefiilent 3, Interfaith Council 3, WECB 2, Debate 2, Choir 2, Vice-Prexiilent Senior Clan 4. 4'- 'gl' john Dominick Pietromonaco "Jack Peters" B.S. Broadcasting "jack" . . . Emerson's "Dave Brubeck" . . . love, love, love progressive jazz . . . "This is an understatement' . . . TV or not TV . . . swingng symphonic seven- teen . . . music-music-music . . . 1 Actiuitiexx Publicity Director Athletic Auociation 4, Newman Club l, 2, 3, 4, Berkeley Beacon 4, Emer- Jonian 4, WECB 1, 2, WERS 2, 3, 4, Muric Direc- tor 4, Debate 1, 2, 3, 4, Forensic Council 2, 3, 4, C o-Social-Chairman 3, Vice-Prefident 4 . . . r 1 I Z V ..., ..,V , Q Barbara Lee Regan "Barbie" B.S. Speech Therapy A joy to know . . . has a sweet disposition that will be missed . . . an asset to therapyland . . . het blonde hair matches her sunshine personality. Acticitiex: Zeta Phi Eta 2, 3, 4, Pan Hellenic Rep- resentative 3, Prefident 4, Pan Hellenic Council Sec- retary-Treafitrer 3, Newman 2, 3, 4, Dean'.f Lift. William Rogers 631 Q K , me ,fx lg as ' "Bill" B.A. English Sudden smile . . . dinner for two . . . wit is the salt of conversation . . . "Hold that pose" . . . "A picture is an intermediate something between a thought and a thing." Actioitief: Rho Delta Omega 1, 2, 3, 4g Historian 2, Bafkethall lg S.C.A. 1, 2, Berkeley Beacon 1, 2, 3, 4, WECB 1, School Photographer 2, 3, 4. Richard D. Reid B.A. Broadcasting More than a nuance of good manners . . . poise can come from athletic prowness . . . quiet . . . observing . . . a task taken on is a production completed . . . "Take it on the straight up!" Actiifitierx Phi Alpha Tan 3, 4g'S.C.A. 2, 3, -4, WERS 2, 3, -4, WECB 2, Choir -4, Transfer Student from Carry College 1. Richard 1. Rossi "Dick" B.A. Broadcasting A ladies man . . . wonders lie in his eyes . . . a quiet reservation . . . sportsman personified. Activities: Rho Delta Omega 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4g Athletic Association 2, 3, 43 Baskethall 4, WERS 4, WECB 2. ' 'L' tl' .wi , 5 gs, f ,.A. -if f iff i s me wifi 132255 gig' 5' ,f aqwf via, 1, A oi,, . tw 1 r 1 ,S s 4 it ff' M :fi H fi, ,. 5 1, 2 H ,A fc Wi x J i V . sm, 3, ,1 g g M . x, w + 5 .f ,, - g. ,gk -2 Mn , 'Q ,--' isa, elvis , , .,o. as -mt at 5 '- 4 f'-, as an - Barbara Ann Rosenthal A,',M,., W w" 5 -'Bobby' CJ I . afg- - 5 U U. ll '1.1 ,Q F I B.A. English Vivaciousness and amiability . . . good things come in small packages . . . orange convertible . . . gaiety is the spice of life . . . Activities: Zeta Phi Eta 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice- President 4, Hillel 1, 2, Dehate 1, Puhlic Produc- tions 4, Scrihe 1, 2, 3, Assistant Manager 1, 2, Cir- culation 3, funior Prom Queen Attendant 3. Wmffiiv Stanley Russell mxstanra B.A. Government-Social Sciences The "Governor" . . . a man around town . . . a run to the state house . . . the handshake . . . the smile ...asenatortobe... Acti1Jities: WERS 45 Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4, President of the Young Democratic Cluh. I l 52 gl' Y QI 1 41' Q ". .V B W Andre Schmidt U "Andy" B.S. Broadcasting And what mountain is so high it cannot he scaled? Perseverance pays off. Reservation does not mean disinterest. Attentive and earnst with the continental flavor . . . Actiuitiexs Stanford Uniuerfity, WERS 3, 4g En- gineer and Muxic Director 4. i N : " 0 iw! FXS Melitta Tauss Schachte B.A. Speech Therapy Receptive in mind to new ideas . . . and personality means thoughtfulness toward others. A lady always . . . aware of living . . . happiness assured . . . Acticitiexx Zeta Phi Eta 2, 3, 4g Choric Speech lg Dehate lg Puhlic Proafuctionf 3g Scholarship 3g WECB 1g Dean'5 Lift. Judith N ovick Schwartz I I 3 'M .- Q . : I w 'L -AK Y- 1 .- 2553 ia, -yet- QQQSFS swf 191' nf' . . Speech Therapy Weekends with Lou . . . a throaty-voice that rever- BA berates charm . . . loves working with people . . . long ponytail . . . always a big "hello," Activitiefs Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, 4g Pan Hellenic Council 3g Hillel 1, 2, 3. Fredric Allen Seiden "Fred" B.A. Broadcasting Concientious . . . the complexity of the subtle . . . a searching drive permiating acceptance of ideas old and new . . . and in tackling a task . . . a performer first and last . . . Activities: Phi Alpha Tau 35 WECB 1, 2,, WERS 1, 2, 3, 4, Production Chief 4, Dean's List. was-v""' Shirley Ann Shay "Shirl" B.S. Theater Arts "Shirl" . . . under the calm exterior an imp of deviltry lies . . . poise personified . . . beauty and brains in a charming package . . . a friend indeed . . . Activities: Kappa Gamma Chi Historian 2, Busi- ness Manager 3, President 4, President Pan Hellenic Council 4g WECB 1, Debate 1, Choric Speech 1, Puhlic Production 1, 2, 3, 45 Emerson Summer Theatre 2, 3. -ll L U o 1 us. is LTI N N Mitchell I. Sevajian "Mitch" B.A. English "Mitch" . . . engaging at repartee - and never said but understood: "I'll listen a while." A greeting of warmth . . . an expression of understanding . . . Activities: Basehall 53 S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4g WERS 2, 3, 4, WECB 1, 2, Dehate 1. Wm is .M Syhil E. Siegel "Sibby" B.S. Speech Therapy A truer friend you'll never find . . . always has time for a tete a tete . . . sincerity to the enth degree . . . a happy smile and a twinkel in her eye. Actiuitiefs Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4, Berkeley Beacon 1, 2, WECB 1, 2, Publicity Director, Choric Speech 1, junior Prom Committee. Louis Evangelo Stamoulis "Lou" B.S. Theatre Arts Versatility and talent . . . A perfectionist of timing . . . a true comedian with good material . . . "There's a little 'ham' in all of us" . . . Herr director. ,ilu P55 'L' V " to J.. Hush? 4.5 - 1 , 'f.'.1Q?.Si ' 0 , . ---.7 Actiuitierx Rho Delta Omega 1, 2, 3, 4, Bafhethall 1, 2, 3, 4g Basehall 1, 2, 3, 4, WECB 1, 2, WERS 3, 4, Puhlic Productionr 1, 2, 3, 4, Veteran'J Cluh 1, 2, Emerronian Art Editor 4. ,I ,1 5 ,me A 1 l it +A-f Q? if If N Judith Ellen Solomon lljudy!! B.A. Speech Therapy Harvard's dream girl . sensitivity with a grin . . . back talk . . . sincerity is the essence . . . "Kid's I gotta study" . . . Actiuitiefx Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, 4, Hillel lg Puh- lih Production! 2, Dorm Council Secretary 2, Dean? Lift, Sigma Alpha Eta National Honorary Frater- nity 4. Lincoln Stulik "Linen Y B.A. Theater Arts Dynamic drive . . . to create, to mold . . . to capture life in a scene . . . in a character . . . these are his capabilities, his future dreams . . . Actiuitieyx Phi Alpha Tau 1, 2, 3, 4, Treafurer 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, WECB 2, S.C.A. 3, Puhlic Produc- tion: 1, 2, 3, 4, Lighting Deiigner, Scholarrhip 1, 2, 3, 4. Susan Ann Stump "Sue" B.S. Broadcasting 'ff i 1,21 Q ,ffl Endowed with leadership . . . memories of a Euro- pean summer . . . quiet charm . . . always busy . . . I'll have it done for you today . . . Activities St. Mary'5 College, Zeta Phi Eta 2, 3, 4, Martial 3, Recording Secretary 4, Newman 2, 3, 4, WECB 2, WERS 2, 3, 4. 1 Marjorie Ann Whiting "Marge" B.A. Prychology-Education That certain trait we strive to define exemplifies it- self within her smiling, gracious friendliness . . . A magnetic synthesis of qualities wonderful: Intel- ligence, refinement and leadership . . . Actiuitief: Zeta Phi Eta 2, 3, 4, Corerponiling Sec- cretary 2, Vice-Preyident 3, Trearurer 4, Baihethall 2, 4, Captain 2, S.C.A. 3, 4, Berkeley Beacon 1, 4, Emerronian 4, Choric Speech 1, 2, 3, 4, Secre- tary 2, Prexident 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Lihrarian 2, Secretary-Treaxurer 3, Rho Delta Omega Dream Girl 1955, Scholarship! 1, 2, 3, 4, Clan Secretary 1, 3, 4. john C. Zacharis liza 3, B.S. Speech as -c O W k v TT A quietness of manner that does not cloak come 4 pletely decisiveness in action . . . varied interests . . activity the thing! Well-spoken, helpful, deter- mined. Polirness reveals itself in plain good manners. Activities: Rho Delta Omega 2, 3, 4, Secretary Z 3, 4, Bashethall 2, 3, 4, Athletic Association 1, 21 3, 4, Scrihe 4, Emersonian 4, Dehate 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4, Class Officer - Treas- urer 4. George Eugene Wildey B.A. Broadcasting A practical turn of mind indicative of success in future fields . . . efficiency apparent in fluid handling of varied indeavors. Natural geniality and never obtrusive . . . Activities: Phi Alpha Tan 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, 3, Historian 4, Intra-Fraternity Conncil 3, Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, Mashethall 1, Basehall 1, 2, S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Inter-Faith 2, Berkeley Beacon Sports Editor 2, WECB 1, WERS 2, 3, 4, Choric Speech 1, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Pnhlic Productions 1, 2, 3, Student Government Treasurer 4, Class Treasurer 3, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. 3 4 ' x ,4 4 , ,0 Q fifq n 6212 Q? A ' f fi 4 iii g,::::v IQ Q Q I: 5,5 153 vi rg ,Z ,I 32 ,jf Z?" 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'3-in - ...l.5'..-1- 1. nk. . 1 .4 .-..V..:-. .1 w an V 4 R '- - .Q J , J - V a W , ' xWf.. ffl Q6 fl . . I v a.ylK 'Xfx O 1 .v . , , I a wr 1- . ,f ' in .- f. . 'z.'.' , 35 . .fvl-"2 ff 'v P' sf ,f-:UA , ' 5 ,,Fv..-Q,-5 , 1'-' . ' "X "ff -. l' iv Q 'L,pI'4'M0'U1'If fi ul Q junior class 60 sophomore class 61 Freshman class 62 67 CLASS OF 1960 Class Officers President .. .,., ...,.s......,..,......,..... ........ P a ul Austin Vice President .,.i. ,....... M acey Levin Secretary .. .... . ...., Nancy Perko Treasurer ., . ...,.., Cindy Whalen CLASS OF 1959 Class Officers President .,....,.. .,,,., ..,,.,..,..,..... H a rry W. Morgan Vice President ...,., ....,.. E dward S. Darna Secretary ..,. . ,.,, ........ M ary E. Connors Treasurer ....,. ...... M arjorie J. Graham SP! mr CLASS OF 1961 Class Officers President ..,....i.i.i ........ J ack Washington Vice President ....i.. ..,.... J udy Espinola Secretary ......... A.... J udy Horton Treasurer .,.., ,.,.,. M el Simons ORG STUDENT GOVERNMENT James Noel, Richard Hamilton, Dr. S. Justus McKinley, George Wildey, john LeBlanc, Harry Morgan, Paul Austin, Jack Washington. Mining: Yvonne Noel. f iv ,f .. x. 4 ff V..-. V '59 I, I in , s , 'ix' 5: ' 6 " if T .-va f " x .-' if IV 1 , 5-Lx ' 4 l ' xx' 'mnu xg N +9 ' . J-i . ,N ' 4 . 1 4 9 B . - . .1 ww .f uf' .I dl ZATIO lN'l IR I'Al'l'H C.Ol'XlfII, , , . X11 V11 l I Wm-Milf' WW CwrmwrN,f.11'1 5n?1IN11L'!'.fIIYINIIIIL' , L K . 5Illx'L'1 fum., fvI.L'I!1X1llIN INTRA-lfRA'l'liRNl'l'Y CIOI TNCIL R.1.ph L1xDwrrw. ,Farm-s N-ml, l.lI1L17lI1 Holm .fsx . O KR fx ,Af ,,-fx If-, w K5 'Nfl 4' w:.'vxJ 'Q l, o ,o ,-Y - ffxx H,-1 'xfvwfrcx O o PAX HITIIIQNICQ f,Ol'NCl1, 011.1 fairs. l.11..1r.1 Rnptm, I.1IlxE1 'u.1rN.ux. llffrmlryim r1N,Vm'Xc Viv Fulk-x NEWMAN CLUB STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION .4 HILLEL 66 i Q iv erkeley Beacon staff conferring with their editor, Mike Paltrowitz Dr. Bender and his prize winning debate group. wt x X A , -'N " 1 ' f 2' QD? 1 V , f- W 4-fer. -mn. 1 o 0 .sqm v, if. 'If-I' QQ: - " . C 0 0 9 of.:-6'12f'Q1' 415'w..'4, " " A' "' f- 1' lr' 4 1 ,,f" 9 ' Q O Emerson's Literati Scribe Editor and Staff J- The Classic Influence With a Voice of Singing x V 1 ,-. A ea K L, ,M FP' - ,if W . vw . Qian. ff .V vr.,m , sf f 31- , 5 Pertness and Pep SPORT f we . if ,gf o . , AJJIC-fgtifg D o, V1 x Q Q ,J 0 , ' 9 GL ff" U - O 52 A M "wf"C?j 'iff ,J Ev .ff Feminine Hoopsters At Season's En Basketball Coach, Ed Keyes Xxjjs E l f 0 me fW3,,!'iiQ' A I ie am, V, XXX: MW., .f , it . YA 6' X fn 'mv riff? ER50 2.2 74 fi' t 5 ft ' tffegsaf , X E Ps , f 4Js,E.RS6p M 04, 655941 32 23 K if R5 if X Captain Yacawych discusses play with team mates V53 -af Y Basketball Team with Managers and Score Keeper ,Q ,wt ,, g -' , 8 ,. E ky I Q A x- V ' rg - 'VII-faint? 2,3 s if as lr all at r , UQ! f f ' 4. l 9 0 E - Q n 3 , , V 7 f : Sparkplugs Dick and Lou Whatever you do, hold on to that lead! 70 M! XX X? 'gg , T' i ,L X ,u u gl, . A A s K K n r ,E X ' s X 5 1 . W 3 .1w1M7 if A i E if X , if 5 3 4 Af' si Q 71 f 9, , me so f2M , ,Q 55 51 ,3 f k f.1 . v ,5.lg-.,.--,-- ,A L f-51923 Lg , N L , U 2 fe , X' . , - 7 -w..1W . . if, Q ., s Q, S, so 'W Coach McKeowr1 confers w1rh members of the Arhleuc BHYICIY IUYCS, B05 HHC1 Lou ff f SN 1. 'E f X 51 s as J 1 4 'f , ff A R ,ix J 359' 'K v-:gf--1' 3 w V ' II R , 5 Q5 .f', I . iq Q .sl Q 2 yin , ,tkA I rxwxsgikgif I jk- -.,...,..-4 Sift- I xt, X' 'XM Zi . if ,f I 9 , sow , sg! - xg . 3 Pre-season smxles by the team Dreams of 400 "I hope the sun stays in." E X so if g gg j , ,D X + . .I ,- ' . .-1 'Q' 5 'I I K .Q its 1 f as 4' YW y Y X' k X 1 X , ' : Y ZETA PHI ETA .. an 4 a Q V? r 4- . vt N- P .fb OFFICERS Barbara Regan, Pfeficientg Mary Connors, Vice-Prefidenl I U U Sue Stump, Recording Secretary' Linda Keery, Correypond Caught in the aff! Readmg again, ing Secretary' Marge Whiting, Treamref. "S-.,,,h5, W? "And then he said . . 72 "It says here that . . RHO DELTA OMEGA X , fi. 9 ' o . i L 0 is 5,1021 .jhviss , F' H 42" OFFICERS Lincoln Holmes, Pretidenzg Harvey Putterman, Vice-Presb "Well, now that that's settled . . plenty Dick Rossi, Secretaryg Louis Iacoviello, Treamrer. 'QI "We'l1 have to think this over a while." 73 Emerson's Football Champions iff' KAPPA GAMMA CHI D I X , 0 ' an H512 V 113' , 5 . :V 0 J A 0 ' O 0 . , 0 OFFICERS Shirley Shay, P1'6J'id612l,' Nancy Holden, Vice-President Sara Bernhardt Secremryg Yvonne Noel, Treamrer. Taking a break at rehearsal "Mmmm, it's so fatteningf' Ir's almost time for the meeting 74 J ALPHA PI THETA U C O . o Q O if ffl? i 3 OFFICERS Ralph Ladestra, Prefiolentg Dick Johnson, Vice Preridentf Studying the Script Steve Segal, Secretaryg Mike Daugn, Recording Secretaryg A1 Savage, Treawrer. S 5 , i5 E 1. wi A ef asf M 'Q' J ' 1. V 5 ,g if 22 ' ii 5 Y WSQTKQ is 115 Y 9 E ' fi 5? K , - fl 2 ' Q .Q fi f .- - A - ? g -wwf: sa 'IS ' 3 " I . f ' K by Ag' 5 :gif 4,1 my ? 4, -gfek ' g 4 4 -1 5 is 23. ,, H 0ALf,.iA' , ,. N , - Q H ,. A .,.. -5 - f 'V 'QM 3 "z nb .x11'Wf'gf Q B Ji". 4m,.,,i . .. .ff 25 lx, v '-ipwvaw 2 : In 'M ww iff- . QQ gi. 3 K Y.. ' . ",L ASL' I ki ,Qi .34- , In . ,L,. A KM i . gi V e.., ,.,.,,gfQ g ' '57 ii ' Q fi Q Yuki' -F5 1: k rl- Siflg, B1'0fh6r, Sing Kap 'n A1 revive the minstrel 75 w PHI MU G AMMA .rp Lg, Qt, Wft OFFICERS Sheila Krute, Prefidentg Barabara Dow, Vice Preyident Dotty Geotis, Secretaryg Sue Reisinger, Treamrer. I V is better than ever. 4 i , Miz by, Looking back 76 "Did someone say 'food'?" Q A , PHI ALPHA TAU l x i ' 1 ' , f ' i 'fwzzx i i M N:-TTN' l .. Q -5 O . 'Iv I K-, 3, ' 2264, i r,.Yn , ff. -I 1 ' f' v "ki 'S' , -1i,,p-44,151 h ja ' fi? 1 OFFICERS jim Noel, Preridentg Dick Hamilton, Vice Prexidenlg Bob Clark, Secretary' Linc Stulik, Trearmen' Andy Guthrie, Cor- 'ferponding Secretary' George Wildey, Hirtorian. N Award-Winning float V K! p , IHA! if .Ag ' 3 jg' . . 5, KX f 4' ' 1, H, me 1 r 1 ,rf . . , , , A , ,gy L 5 i QI , g . . 5 ,fi ii vi ,k ,K ,W 1 , - io ,, RW Another first for Tau 77 "Should we bring ir up ar the meeting? Rehearsal for "Wonderful Town" - 1956 1 ,I r fa ' A O ' ,,ff4f -4 1 , 64' 'I 13 'i "Guys and Dolls" - 1957 Theatre Dr. S. Justus McKinley presenting a College Citation to Miss Helen Hayes 78 ..,,v1,7's'J 'Zi--...!!!P' , ,..4s...,.,. "'-3497 A45 O 0 O X o f, o G ' ,V Arts "Fir1ian's Rainbow" - 1955 9 THE LUNTS receiving a Citation from Dr. S. Justus McKinley rf" Aff' Rehearsal for "Pajama Game" - 1958 Lv' Qfx rf - Sw of 1 WERS Workshop L H F550 o 1 4, W 0 ,. ' fa' '4 11 r. I yy W fri' f WERS Staff P02 80 WECB acting BILL BAIRD: TV personality and performer. Speaker at the February 1958 Broadcasting Seminar. Broadcasting Department Banquet, May, 1957, at the University Club in Boston. The banquet was the culmina- tion of a series of seminars during the preceding year. A candid shot of the WERS-RV studio in operation. off ae if G c'f2?"Q peach Pathology "Now, about that cricoid cartilage Dr. C. Coleman Bender, Speech Department Head Ler's rake it once more, from the beginning." 'Ns-.1 'Id . - ogg, ' z 'Sv Christmas ar the Clinic Audiology S7 E:-V' yi, Speech Therapy Students "I heard that sound, Miss Hurvirz! 83 X ..-MV High School Drama Group, Summer Session llmmel' Mr. john W. Zorn, Director of Summer Session ession Q 1 4, o U Q X A student speaks Night chool Mr. Conrad jameson explains the fundamentals of televi sion acting ....-IN Mr. William B. Spink, Director of Night School Mr. Charles E. Phillips explains engineering techniques Foreign tudents Visitors from Pakistan and India sit in on Mr. Zorn's Teaching Methods Class Lal' feel b 2.15: 4 v Ep' Dr. Bender, Mr. Ahlin welcome His Excellency, The Minister Syed Zahiruddin, and Mr. Nadir Pheeroze at Logan Airport. Mrs. Chiyo Naito, charming gradaute student from Japan 86 iii wg swf arm. . ' Favors and Flowers Junior Prom The Junior Prom Queen and her lovely attendants 87 xl-if-K v f v , fr fligxf --I ' .-7 ,W '4 "Good Night, Ladies." fy Grad students jerry and Tom supervise work in WERS "You might think it's funny, but I can't office. remember my name!" ,gr Mrs. Gallo and students discuss their trip to "Are you sure Martin Block started like this? Bermuda. 5 rs 3 Exams must be over - SMILE! "And then what do you do?" 88 f 12: Daly Hirsch, our own Miss Massachusetts uuplvfpmvwfwm,-,W...t Dick Hamilton inspects Hnal layout of Emerxonimz o D O u I O S X, X Class Will We, the members of the Senior Class of Emerson College in the city of Boston, County of Sujolh, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, do ordain and establish this to he our last will and testament. Having spent all our pennies that we might receive our degree, signed hy the proper authorities, we leave the following items to our successors. Use them wisely. Louise Letourneau leaves to become Mrs. Santa Claus. Toby Mendelsohn leaves her snowboots and mittens to all New Englanders. Louis Stamoulis leaves the earphones, scripts, and "Fes teris" to Louis Iacavello. Dick Marcoux leaves to all Broadcasting Majors the 60 stairs leading to WERS. Paul McKeown leaves the Yearbook to the two Lindas. June August gives her tranquilizers to Mary Roberts and Marge Graham. Stan Russell leaves his Commonwealth of Mass. Parking Permit to Harvey Skolnick. Sheila Krute gives her gavel back to Phi Mu. Larry Borzumato leaves . . . yes, by Heavens, he is leaving. Gerry Blume leaves all his "REALLY BIG SHOWS" to WERS. Stan Cohen leaves his Winning personality to Andy Guthrie. Lois Bickoff leaves her car for all girls at 373. Hap LeClair leaves his laugh to Linda Freedman. Linc Holmes leaves his voice to the Speech Department. Joe Clementi leaves his growing baldness to Macey Levin. George Grippo leaves his savoir-faire to Jack Pierce. Roy "Hemingway" Mollomo leaves the Jr. English Exam - "Take it!" Bob Oros leaves his ravenous appetite to Gerry Kay. Bill Rogers leaves his flash to Emerson's next Casey. John Zacharis leaves his height to Dave Press. Bonnie Glovin leaves for Easthampton. Dick Rossi leaves his class schedule and sleeping pills to Eddie Swerdlick. Cindy Hutchinson leaves her lesson plans to Dr. Bender. Marge Whiting leaves a two year's supply of stamps and stationery to Mrs. Gallo. Stu Mosler leaves his characterization to Traycian. Jim Noel leaves his pipe to Mr. Ahlin. Dick Reid leaves his skates to Sonja Henie. Shirley Shay leaves her paiama tops to . . . Linc Stulik leaves his switchboard to the Boston Junk Company. George Wildey leaves his unsold orange drink to Bill St, James. Charlie Durand leaves locker 14 to Ray Dempsey. Jetta Eisinger leaves the stairs in 126 to Bev Foley. Daniel Frank leaves his black hair to Ed Sylvester. Nelson Hershman leaves two cigars for everyone. Rhoda Hurvitz leaves her professional dress to a deserving therapist. Gerry Lennick leaves his blue suit to Dave Dunn. Laurel Kaplan leaves her blond hair to Shelley Kaplan. Don MacKenzie leaves parliamentary procedure class to Bob Cosmos. Meredith O'Gorman leaves Bermuda to the Juniors and goes to Europe. Barbara Rosenthal leaves her car to Chrisanne Donne. Melitta Schachte leaves her accent to Daly Hirsch. Andre Schmidt leaves his "music secretary - so she can spend her 18th year in Bogota, Colombia for a well needed vacation". Judy Schwartz leaves to join hubby! Mitch Sevajian leaves his quiet voice to Marv Tabolsky. Sybil Siegel leaves her lost poundage to Jan Baltusnik. Sue Stump leaves the mailing room to Yvonne Noel. John Papa leaves Soc. courses to- Andy Guthrie. Harvey Putterman leaves all his girl friends to Vinnie Musto. Myra Moskowitz leaves her efficient ways to Barry Mandel. Fred Seiden leaves his sarcastic tongue to anyone who wants it. Barbara Regan leaves to become Mrs. Norman R. Carmel. John Pietromonaco leaves his cynical nature to Howie Schwartz. John Ahern leaves his British accent to Sir Steve Vengrove. Barbara Behrman leaves a coke on Leo's desk. Ray Bieri leaves Dave Potter to Mrs. Kay. Bill Bordy leaves his black sweater to Paul Austin. Bob Clark leaves all his excess women to . . . Ken Desmarais leaves little David's application for admission to Mr. Nickerson. Barbara Dow leaves her "sexy ways" to any girl who needs them. Judy Garvey leaves her quiet ways to Dixie Lee Vogels. Barbara Gawron leaves her name "mouse" to any deserving freshman. Bernie Gregorie leaves all his telephones, oscilloscope and other high frequency equipment to Emerson's audio library. Dick Hamilton leaves Native Dancer to the Emerson Trustees to raise an endowment. Rusty Hart leaves her red hair to Pat Davidson. Russ Hein leaves his telephones to Bell. Nancy Holden leaves for "Bells are Ringing" to take Judy Holliday's role. Jack LeBlanc leaves his dancing talent to Bob McHaffey. Al Leonard leaves all his uneaten sandwiches to any starving student. George Farris leaves his pessimistic outlook to Mr. Stonie. Jim Miades leaves a 15 million inch lens to the TV department. Milt Monbleau leaves the Kappa House keys to Steve. Judith Solomon leaves her room in the Kappa House to a deserving pledge. Drawn, signed and delivered this twentieth day of March in the year of our Lord, one thousand, nine hundred and fifty eight, within the confines of Emerson College in Boston, Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 90 Dr. Richard D. Pierce Judie Simmons Len Seyfarth Anonymous Rudy Butterfield Sandy Rella Renee Florsheim Pat Morgan Linda Keery Linda Freedman Margie Graham Butch Ladestro Marvin Tabolsky Jack Le Blanc Linda and Mike Bonnie and Howie Barry Mandel Ellie Strauss John McCarthy Sandra Goldin Albert Leonard Amalgamated Walkers Sheila Krute Sybil Siegel Brenda Wolfe Judy Garvey Bill St. James George Wildey Debra Lazow Dr. Frank Weiser Myra Moskowitz Rusty Carry Abby Harriet Budnitz Judy Lechner Polly Weiss Bob Yacawych Helaine Fightlin Phyllis Jacoby Ken Collins Bruce Kent George Farris Bob Clarke Phil Amato Ed Sylvester Barbara Dow Luigi Iacoviello X Boosters Bev Foley Phyllis Biederman Myrna Bernstein Steve Barnes Daniel Frank Harvey Putterman Jackie Washington Art Teitelbaum Robert Oros Lou Stamoulis Richard Rossi David Press David Greenberg Robert Mullen Rosalind Rappaport Mr. and Mrs. David S. Kaplan Harry Morgan Ling-Lite Gerry Andleman Carl Schmider Marjorie Whiting Dr. and Mrs. Anthony Gallo Mr. and Mrs. Richard Marcoux Bobbie Gawron Richard Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Cohen Fred Nutter Marvin Ziskin Jim Miades Francis O'Mara Don Moran Anne, Ken, and David Bobbie, Dick, and Scot Alan Finn Richard Burton Mr. and Mrs. Ninian Allen John H. Ahlin Santa Claus and Louise Steve Frucht George Earley Dave Parnigoni Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Defelice J. Wolinsky Michael Williams Mary Connors Dick Johnson Dick Fuchs Janie Sperberg O O U . O O Q J Judy Espinola Dixie Lee Nancy Holden Dave Potter Barbara Behrman Macey Levin Gerald Boyne Lois Bickoff Eileen Buckley Tony Buglio David Dunn Shelly Kaplan Thomas Carroll John Papa Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kohler Pamela Merrill Jim and Yvonne Noel Margie Lewis Al Savage Bob Arata Bernard Sweet Bruce West Nancy Dolphe Mr. Stuart A. Postle Edward Reinsdorf Barbara, Paul, and Robin Lenny Wineblatt Bob Greenman Janet E. Saunders Susan S. Hammell Mr. Kenneth Crannell Sally McClendon Elly Altobelli Bobbie Gantz Mr. Harry Nickerson Mrs. Clara Fraser Mr. Leo Nickole Jack Hines Dick Fatherly Lyn Jarvis Janice Hillman Melinda Fine Mike Heldman Bob Burns Haig der Marderosian Mort Goldberg Mary Roberts Andrew N. Guthrie C' 6 ,..-,...,,,Z' 6 o C3 l O O S0X? 0s?616N?4?6v1?00s0f7s7s?0X0170L7s?4?'QWW61W?6N7f0050MIs Congratulations to the SENIOR CLASS from STUDENT GOVERNMENT 5 5 ggi' I , , siiiieeiexli ' P f-,..... Qaaaiiiiiifii- 1 A .- . - qseiaselfiz mwgs, X . Q ...:z:5:2 - A Ivlinnwgtm Q , e f ' -122231: X ,lllllll ,mv 3' 0- " I-,J A 6 -J-eE2"'1l.-'tv 1'-Q, O 12.5-...-339 ' ':::"' "Wi 1 a ff .L J 1 U L L f 'o 0 ., --. , , , - L 9 . f 9 Q 0 e L g l L i A -Eff E Richard L. Hamilton - President James A. Noel - Vice President Yvonne L. Noel - Secretary George E. Wildey - Treasurer John C. LeBlanc - Senior President Harry W. Morgan - Junior President Paul J. Austin - Sophomore President Jack L. Washington - Freshman President v 10'f0'H0f0N0'f 10161 102' '05' 9, X0'f0M0N0'201'-02'-0'402201l010"01s01l7k9v1701026N0N76v176f?2?WN7H7'0N0'G71?0b'-?s0'6x 92 -1016165 -10' cow 9'C? '05407l054740?409l07C0N0N?47f05l7C0N0N747'051?47105740'f0N0P407l79717C05Z "Lives of greaf men all remind us We can make our lives sublime, And, deparfing, leave behind us Foofprinfs on fhe sand of lime-" Longfellow C ongrafulafions fo fhe CLASS OF 1958 from THE JUNIOR CLASS 62 h0Wf006'f0'1' 105' 202' 6' 20' 20N0vf0'Y '-OYC01 L Wy 91' 105' H0"-05'-OK0'20200610101611010N04'0'G?f011?27h0N7616210'0N70v1?101f7'0M0f0227l0'l05276X 93 '-0R0vf05C 1010510162202 '02-0 - 0Y01 62'0240PV G0v40NJ10X0v'702f020N7102'01W210WL?0f'0120N0'40N?'0PG0210'6 Th Besf of Everyih g f fhe Class Which Dese Only The Be f f fh SOPHOMORE CLASS G0'40'f0H0P'0'0f0110N0vQ0V0L01402Q7v101C0'014?4761611010K0f1708'-01f01'-021051011-0f10"1-0"-0"f0 9 63 -02'-01' 0'W"'0X0'V 0N0'1'-02' ?f0'46f02'0'N-0' -0X0K0" QQ? 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Beg' Wishes lo For in fhe dew of liffle fhings, the hearf finds THE CLASS OF 1958 3 ii's morning and is refreshed . . ." 5 from fhe 5 5 5 KAPPA GAMMA CHI 3 5 THEATRE ARTS DEPARTMENT 5 5 5 Congrafulafions 5 Complimenfs of . and Best Wishes 5 The Department of ff0m 5 6 THE CHORIC SPEECH - SPEECH PATHOLOGY and AUDIOLOGY CHOIR 5 G x0N0'K0N0's0Y-0N0N05102s0vl0P01G01L01k71f044701s0'C710N02L0'0N01'01201s02W10N01s0N01l0's7f0v6x 1 02 12 2 6 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 5 2 2 2 6 2 '05 51205 1'-0' Remember The EMERSON COLLEGE BOOKSTORE Good Luck to the CLASS OF 1958 May your children be our customers N. G. WOOD 8. 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