Emerson College - Emersonian Yearbook (Boston, MA)

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"Alone I walked on the ocean flrancl, A pearly Jbell was in my band, I ftooped, and wrote upon the Jana? . . ." My Name The Day The Year Hannah Flagg Gould fgffbjbb A.. , I l 42 ,wg 1 57M ...f ,QM U 'ww A-F H rm ,, N xg,Lafffjjgafx-vzzmw.-W..,,, I ,gp ww v A, A-K , ,.v,,, L, I A , ,W ,N W ,,, Y gl ,L - -- 2 Q. W. wc- Qiw-vfszvz ' , ,W.,,.A I -' I ' .mrs ,Mgt .-,.., W ,. WW SHlP'S LOG The maiden voyage of the Flagship 59 Foreword ....A,....,,.e.,,,...eAe.,....,.................,.,.... ...,...,..... . . 5 Dedication ...,i........,,,.,..,.........i A , 7 Faculty and Administration i.,..,.. ,...i 1 O Seniors ..........,,..,....,....,.,...,,.,.., i.... 2 8 Underclassmen ...,....,.....,,....... .,... 5 8 Organizations and Activities ...... ,.,., 6 4 Theatre Arts ...i.i.i...........,.,..... ...,. 7 8 Broadcasting ., .... ..i.. 8 2 Speech ,..........,,. ,,.,. 8 6 Montage ..,.... ...,. 9 3 Class will ....,..i..,.... i.... 9 9 Student Directory .i,.., 4..i,... 1 17 4 FOREWORD "For of the .foule The bodie forme doth take For mule ir forme And doth the bodie make" Spenser Where others dream ahead this spring, toward the summer we dream backward into the past, and a journey. Sights, sounds, smells, all served that journey well . . . All of a summer, children played on the beaches. They were happy and friendly, as each wave swept in across the sand, the smaller ones turned their backs to the sea, and ran sensibly away. When the water, edged with foam, drew back again, they went running after it, with an air of driving the ocean before them. But, at the next wave, they flew as before, with shrill alarm, and fresh surprise, The sun warmed their small, brown, legs and they collected with enthusiasm bits of clam shell, sand dollars, and colored stones worn from the tide. The larger children plunged into the waves like little dolphins. The water was clear and cold. Time seems to stand still on the beaches. Only the shadows change. The shore still curves away to the south under the summer sun, a light breeze stirs the grasses on the dunes, and the shouts of children fade against the rolling thunder of the sea. The college years are akin to those spent by the sea, we gather, we seek, we are refreshed by the language of learning. But, there is something more, there is an indecision, as the shore becomes too familiar, and we look to the horizon. It takes navigating to get out into the bay, through the narrow channel, tide and wind both have to be right. There is the rip tide . . . there are dark walls, the shining shoals hide murky marvels . . . there is the wind that rattles the sails and the turbulent tumult of loneness . . . alone . . . there is no other way to reach the fruition of desire . . . when an ideal is the pediment of the structure of identity and truth . . . It is a struggle against innumerable odds, through dark, through rough winds and heavy seas. The hurricane lashes, the skies tremble with the rumble of thunder . . . grey, green dark, the sea rises . . . the sails are lashed . . . turning back is diflicult, turning back is the death of the soul . . . one can never go back completely to the idyl that is past . . . one must go on . . . through the dark . . . . . . and then . . . there is LIGHT . . . 5 l K5 .XEK-A. f' XNKXX il LJffX'h" fx K QNX f- 5 ' " K-fv T: ,f'1,FvV3K'X,W . ' '1 6' fha ,gf ' K. ns' X- f xl- fl 2. Q i.t'll ? T- N-Eli!! 5""'v: Ea: sf! . jf ' 1AfV - . 1? XXXJ: "'5Q'-A I 152- xx. v N '-: .. I JQQ: 2,1 Q :Ili l 'JX ,aa 'T lil? -- a ge M 41 1 ,ff isrfag, EW r df, 'r?3: 4, 5 2, 5, l?.- ,- I vi 3 q Rt v f, ' ' .V V f -' T K' I.'5- ' ,fi it 7-if, f wg, was f 143 fa1w?.i.t use r Wil a e 45" il 'I , , 'V-7,513.5 7? A -4 -Nm .K 'WIQIKIQ' -w-Sfrll n -I I1 ?i 'Q' Q els- 3 . ft '---of ' , ' l 'Elf 2. + 'C fc ' 1 ' ol ii 'll' . 2: ia E V Q1 .- 1 -. X, , 5 1 ' 'umm mlllll - ' 'ei 1: rilll " 'l - i ll' ""' li ' fe 1-F" f l ll uuunlul f qpg 1.- i. - ' 5 it ' 4. -. a .lr ......------" ' - --1-.f-as-ae---QQQZHLI' ,ho 'Emxoxsoxx QQXXQIXQ. H' ""?:Zi: ' .-M-i...... .M Qoskon , Yixoss. f1"l: --- Alma Mater Oh, Alma Mater dear, thy name we praise, Our voices love-inspired to thee we raise, And we will cherish thee in days to come, And think with loving hearts of Emerson. Yours is the highest art, a shining goal, You are the star of each and every soul, And all thy children's hearts they beat as one. We love thee, Alma Mater, Emerson. 6 Dedication As Seniors our voices shall thin to a remembered whisper in these corridors. We must speak with new tongues the language of responsibility. We look forward to a future of fulfillment, in which we will give proof of our dedication to the truths which justify our lives. Looking backward, we remember those whose guidance strengthened and channeled our aims. "A college," someone said, "is a library through which the student is led by a guide, the professor." This is the man we pause to remember now. He has taught us the value of knowledge, and shown us how to shape and express the thoughts that well within us. Through stimulating conversation with him, he has given us proof of the life that seethes through the printed page, and of the imagination and drive which are necessary to put this power into action on the stage, or in discussion. His knowledge and friendly manner have never been confined strictly to the classroom. He is always ready to discuss, to listen, to advise, always maintaining an interest in the well-being of his students, which goes beyond the present members of his classes and extends to both the past and the future. It is with the deepest appreciation and respect, that at this time we wish to say a word of thanks to him for all that he has done for us both individually, and as the Class of 1959. It is with humility and gratitude that we dedicate our year- book to LEO NICKOLE. 7 Y 42 25- ?!' ' , 3 i' ' - g ' X a , 475' f 'E ' Q x xv? M a s-if J' ' Nz - ff" L , - 'L ' ' " ,f ' 999 . lggxfxgi?-5 Z ,..g,5-' ff!" R 5 if if A gf' 2 y f1 1 ' ML? ff lf Q tl X X , I lifi' X f V 9 ! Q Q 14 -I C L ,, ,.,..:l I , , , 1 47 L- 1 ..-:gr Z ,Z - - If if , 1 ,,,,,!f-I' X-NX I i . II I., f -3, g lg G,-L xy T H c-L ri.: 'S - 2-1 N - m ' 1 X wi! JH V I4 W YY' -K , f I KK, m ,QA x E I If "2 ,ff Tgswxf ffi YY l 2 V X Z' ' 3 W 5--?iiYi W r 5 xii S 5 ff 1 11 , 5 5 'fx . ' 5 iffy, W WW W X ' f j I f 1- 'P L' 4' N ,Z X 1 I X 7 2 ' . l Xxx X X- ij - V ". . if 3 Xwkjg 5 F ' X ' C X 1 X - if if 2 ' if ' ' hr J LI V Lf X 'J N.. E A J NJ X s-I Y L i , L f X XX W!! o, 5 , , X, X V ff W X J if ' V L V:-xxx? Vil' f X 2 ,,fg g 'J X V .,,. 217 if 4? 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'S-.-f' ,..,.. , ,,..,,,-A-wfy' ...am-wwf-ff,,, ,fy -f -f f 'Av wwwwmgg-v-vmnr'wwwva4q.,:Qhmf z,f.1wmmw: 'nr:mu,qwg5:m nh - w . ,ty - --Q. ff 1-MQ" . -'sv A W , .,.,x ,SQ fy' WMM Q , wa, 4, fb x ,f ff -g."'N K, Q4 N, ' Q - Y ., 1 - Q Yi . .-Q' Z- ,.Ji,, ' . f " X -M-iw.-.v-in--f--N. , - z':""" ,. i ,.,... 'x' "' ' ' ff f,f 1-,Y gflifg jfvf Y viii' .X if I DR. MC KINLEY Leadership is a quality of ephemeral explanation. lt defies analysis, it is a quality tinged with reverence, justice, insight, initiative, and understanding. The leader of the educational world must combine these qualities with high intellectual standards, and sincere appreciation of his responsibilities to the acolytes who seek succor in the stream of knowledge. We of the class of 1959 are privileged to say that we have had as our President a man with these and many more remarkable qualities. These qualities show him in a manifold position as a Leader and a Professor. To Dr. McKinley and his Winsome wife, Mrs. McKinley, we oflfer thanks for their concern, their understanding, and the warmth of their regard for our progress and enlightenment. 12 grNff6X f .- V 9 'QA ,X O X-" '2-y L? 'J fo L27 g ar, 10? -' 'QM 45: 430 r ' . Mrs. Clara Fraser R egifmzr Mr. Roger Wilder Bminen Manager x iT RUTH SOUTHWICK MAXFIELD English, C loairmzm Emerson College, B.L.I. Boston University, A.M. STANLEY M. VOGEL English New York University, A.B. Yale, A.M., Ph.D. HORACE REYNOLDS English Harvard University, A.B., A.M. EVELYN CALDWELL DODGE English Salem State Teachers Colle e B.S. ln Ed 8 i - Boston University, A.M. ELLIOT NORTON English Harvard University, A.B. Emerson College, A.M. Suffolk, D. jour. HARRY N. NICKERSON, JR. Bridgewater English State Teachers College BS. In Edu. Emerson College, M.A. ELLA M. MURPHY ,. English ,. 1 Smith, A.B. 1 X X' X Wisconsin, A.M. f 2 Iowa State, Ph. D. I 5 f If " ITD X 2: ' X f RICHARD D. PIERCE History and Religion, Chairman New Hampshire, A.B. Andover, B.D. Simmons, S.B. In L.S. Emerson College, A.M. Harvard University, S.T.M. Boston University, Ph. D. HENRY JON STONIE Social Sciences Northeastern, B.A. , Newton Theological Institution, B.D. l JOHN H, AHLIN Social Sciences Boston University, A.B., A.M. S. JUSTUS MCKINIEY Social Sciences, Franklin and Marshall, A.B., LLD. Emerson College, A.M. Harvard University, Ph.D. STUART A. POSTLE Broadcasting: Acting Chairman Oberlin, A.B. Ohio Wesleyan, M.A. Syracuse University, M.S. CHARLES E. PHILLIPS Broadcasting University of Illinois, B.S., M.Ed. CONRAD PAPPAS JAMESON Broadcasting Boston College, A.B. Boston State Teachers' College, Ed. M. GERALD W. KROEGER Broadcasting Monicato State College, B.S. Ohio Wesleyan, U. of Minnesota, North- western, M.A. C possibly just attended the latter two and received degree from firstj ANITA B. KOLEN Broadcasting Rhode Island University Emerson College GEORGE Q. QUENZEL Assistant Professor in Broadcasting Hofstra College, B.A. University of Iowa, M.A. LEONIDAS NICKOLE Theatre Arts: Chairman Emerson College, B.A. Columbia University, A.M. GERTRUDE BINLEY KAY Theatre Arts Emerson College, M.A. NANCY N. DOLPH Theatre Arts Emerson College, B.A. JACK STEIN Theatre Arts Mansfield Academy GEORGE R. CAVEY Theatre Arts University of Delaware, A.B. Pennsylvania, M.A. STANLEY T. FUDALA Theatre Arts Boston University, B.F.A. LORA D. CHASE Dance ancl Physical Education Emerson College, B.A. JOHN R. cHAsE Theatre Arts Emerson College, BA. ROBERT PETTITT Music Boston University, B.Mus., M.Mus. C. HUGH GIESE Fine Arts Emerson College, BA. vi. Q1 5 A ROGER W. ARNOLD Mathematics Tufts, A.B., A.M. ROWLAND GRAY-SMITH Philosophy Pennsylvania, AB., Ph.D. Emerson College, A.M. CATHERINE CROSWELL PERRY Speech Pathology: Chairman Emerson College, B.L.I., M.A. A.M. Hartford Seminary Foundation, A.M. THOMAS DOUGLAS HOUCHIN Speech Pathology State University of Iowa, B.A., M.A. CSpeech Pathologyj Harvard University, A.M. CLinguisticsj ENID SYLVIA LOFCHIE Audiology Lesley, B.A. University of Alabama, M.A. GRACE M. KENNEDY Speech Pathology Salem State Teachers College, B.S. In Edu. Emerson, M.A. MARTHA R, THOMPSON Speech Pathology Syracuse University, B.S. PEARL M. ROSBOROUGH Remedial Reading Fitchburg Teachers College, B.S.E. Boston University, Ed,M. DOROTHY H. PARKHURST Languages: Clmimzan Antioch, A.B. Boston University, Emerson College, A.M. New York University, Ph. D. Sorbonne, Diplome D'etudes Superieures JOAN EVANS DE ALONSO Languages Newnham College, Cambridge Universitv of Madrid University of Buenos Aires ESOR BEN-SOREK Lanuage Boston University, B.S., M.A. LUCIAN W. MINOR Language University of the South, BA. Middlebury and Boston University, M.A. THEODORE THASS-THIENNEMAN Psychology University of Budapest, Ph.D. University of Leipzig University of Berlin University of Paris HAROLD J. WILSON Psychology Notre Dame, A.B. University of Chicago, M.A. University of Ottawa, Ph.D. 5-:E'IEf,'5 . ' , Z p g1 ,5Egg.:A.. r,r. 1 e .. VV . 'ic' -sa: If . - I . aw : 1...-1 ,qi .1 We gf f iw, ,. as - -y ww gsws,--I I. new - f- ., . l. 2 fsfxzm ,... 7 4, W... ,FV HJ..,:....-,,,.V,yV5,lu - gegvlfis I R.. . I In 'I 15 , ,WM . Q. ,, , -:W ':s1a: rwx.,i .:- Jw- r , . ..s- ,.' .:- ...Er .,ft, ,.,,,. H , K- , . .2 '- xsxgr. Q2ygM'5 : 'ev , .. -is,ie2gf?ev -.earl-w,,f1:.,Q21s,i 2, .U , - 5 , wwf : ,, ' .- " f '1.'K,gfI':s?wt1f7 n' -: :e:,-F' , - V -- rr, Li , 5-L 'mrs-f?w?if ,,,-.f V- W. . miafgi 1:7 r... f fifz r g- Qu. f : .fi M5 .5-hy... f,,.,.i1,.1"- 1 , A- ilk, ,, . f A "W Q.:-"wv'ff' - f. : -- Plmfiiifiit fav., K COLEMAN C. BENDER Speech: Chairman Pennsylvania Stare, A.B., A.M. University of Illinois, Ph.D. MARION JUNE MITCHELL Speech Emerson College, B.L.I., M.A., A.M. FRANCES CROWLEY LASHOTO Speech Emerson College, B.A., M.A. HAIG DER MARDEROSIAN Speech Emerson College, B.L.I., M.S. In Speech KENNETH C. CRANNELL Speech Emerson College, B.A., M.A. JOHN W. ZORN Education Emerson College, B.L.I. Boston University, Ed.M. GRADUATE ASSISTAN TS 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 too close to their point of nurture, to receive more knowledge, and also to pass on knowledge within the mother-fold, to strengthen the parent plant. Our graduate assistants gave and received, and this inestimably. 22 Mrs. Roland Aafrnirfionf Secretary Miss Day Librarian Mrs. Macmillian Secretary to the Prefident Mrs, Charlotte Bermudes Head of Alumni Office Mr. Anthony Van Riper Head af Public Relationx Department Mrs. Alice Dwyer Switchboard IN MEMORIAM Mrs. Claire Cooper Mailing Room Mrs. Mary Stupitas Bookftore Cafeteria Staff DR. RICHARD PIERCE Dean of Emerson College The embodiment of the Renaissance man, intellectual, wry, and understanding. The present Dean of Emerson College is an able and agreeable Instructor, a dedicated purveyor of the ideals of learning, and friend. "Calm was the sea to which your course you kept, oh, how much calmer than all the Southern Seas!" George Santayana 25 MRS. RUTH SOUTHWICK MAXFIELD Dean of Women Each student is a product of the instructor, who has guided him through the myriad paths of learning. The culmination of this guidance is the moulding of the imaginative and creative mind. These guides through the mazes of literature, learning, and life need special attributes. In the educational framework, they need a sincere and frank warmth, insight, and understanding. Mrs. Ruth Southwick Maxfleld meets these qualifications. 26 H if .M JOHN HOWARD AHLIN Dean of Men What is the human? Beyond dispute, a complex being . . . the understanding of which is a many-faceted Web of incongruities, and a rarely attained goal. To the search- ing and confused mind, caught in the whirlwind of new experience and educational enlightenment and or disheartenment, much counsel is needed. The man who offers this counsel must have a candour and strength of character, and a kindness, untinged by fraud or hypocrisy. Above all, he must be a friend, Mr. john Howard Ahlin combines all these desired facets as educator and guide. 27 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Prefident, David Greenbergg Vice-President, Ralph La- Desrrog Secretary, Beverly Ghosrlawg Treaxurer, Marge Larson Cmissingj WHO'S WHO David Greenberg, Mary Connors, Dorry Georis, Harry Morgan, Cmissingj Andrew Guthrie, Sarah Bernharclr, Yvonne Noel. "Out of the night that Cowen me, black ay 4 pit from pole I0 pole - I think whatever God! may be for my zmconquemble foul" Williarn Ernest Henely SENICDRS -dy' J GERALD ANDELMAN p 415. -Inf 0, 1 ll 'lu I 'll 2 1 I I 1 f:- J 'W LINDA BARBARA ABRAMS "Pixie" B.S. Speech Therapy Comic nature . . . dapper Happer . . . effervescent . . . "The Hostess with The Mostest" . . . Activities: Cheerleader 1, 2, Hillel lg Dorm Council 4, Dean'5 List 3, Sigma fllplaa Eta 3, 4, Recording Secretary 4. "Jerome" X B.A. Broadcasting i Seriousness in being a student cannot be underesti- mated . . . vitality in performance . . . radio is an ex- citing but demanding field . . . I"-if , Amana- WECB 1, 2, 3, 4, WERS 2, 3, 4, Hillel 1, XX 2, 3, 4g Sclnolarilaip 1, 2, 3, 4, Pxycloology Club 4. Q G 'a yu 30 ELLEN HAZEL BARNES "Ellie" B.S. Theatre Arts Talent unlimited. . . sunshine in her hair and heart . . . large, expressive eyes . . . sweet and sincere . . . Actiuitieis Kappa Gamma Cloi 2, 3, 4, SCA 35 Public Produclioni 3, 4, Dorm Council 2, Dean'J List 23' Uni- versity of R.I. 1. MARIE AN N ETTE BARON "Li'l At" B.A. Theatre Arts Put a needle in her hands, spin her around three times and point her towards Phillips Brooks House andshe will be happy. A Costume Room Mouse. just joined the Book of the Month Club. Ill lu- I, 2 E - , 1 1 I , Ei ' GERALD J. BOYNE iljerryll B.S. Broadcasting Boisterous, bright humor, worker with a will, a wild heart with Irish eyes a-smiling, the wise are merry of tongue, no wasted words, work well-done. Activities: Rho Delta Omega 1, 2, 3, Sergeant at Armf 4g Newman Clnh 1, 2, Treafnrer 3, 4, WERS 4, Choric Speech 1. gk 4 O 1 A SAR AH LOU BERNHARDT "Sarah" B.A. Theatre Arts "I am a dear little white rose . . . the loveliest child in the whole wide worldl' . . . "Four Score and Seven Years Ago . . . l' Aczfiifitiefx Cazftey fnnior College for Girly 1, Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, 4, Pan Hellenic Council 4, Basket- hall 33 Stialent Chriftian Arfociation 2, 3, WERS 2, 3, 4, WECB 2g Choir 25 Pnhlic Prodnctionx l, 2, 3, 4g Dean'J Lis! 1, 2, 35 Who'J who in American College: and Unipersitier. I , W 31 RUELL WIGHT BUTTERFIELD "Rudy" B.S. Speech Volkswagons are little tanks . . . good tailoring means little without good bearing . . . personable, down-to- x', earth, good company . . . Q , Activitiei: Alpha Pi Theta 2, 3, 4, Barketball 1, 2, 'MI Bafeball 1, S. C. A. 1, 2, WERS 2, Public Production: 1, 2. fa iigggibia 6-3 f JOSEPHINE MARY CAVALLARO NORMAN RICHARD CARMEL B.S. Broadcasting A friendly smile in the halls . . . "Where's that tape recorder" . . . conscientious and cooperative . . . gets the job done . . . ability and perseverance will pay off . . . Activities: Newman 1, 2, 3, 4, WECB 3, 4, Berkeley Beacon 2, 3, WERS 2, 3, 4, Operationr Manager 3, Debate 2, St. Anflernr College 1. B.A. Broadcasting-English Adotes children . . . wedding bells will soon ting . . . june is the month . . . vinegar on French fries? . . . I dependable, hard worker . . . Annum., Newman 1, 2, 3, 4, WERS 3, 4, WECB 3, 2 Boiton Unzverfity 1, 2. 32 tl' 1 eamffl ox ' DIANA NANCY CHARLES B.S. Speech Therapy Sophistication . . . glamor girl . . . queen of Bermuda . . . men beware . . . "Education can be funn Actiifitiex: Hillel lg WERS 2, WECB l, 2, Deari'J Lift Z, 3, Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4, Young Democrats 2. ANN LEAH COHEN B.S. Speech Education Pert . . . Bubbling laughter . . . red hair . . . her heart is not big enough to hold the warmth she spreads to those who know her. Acticitiexs Cheerleader l, 2, Hillel 1, 2, Dorm C oimcil 3, Vice Prefiilerit 3, Emerroniari 4, Prom Committee 5. ,I .4 f 1,45 1, 1 Af , l- D f' ' 3, Lf? r 131 Qs' 1 17' 33 GAIL NORMA COHN "Gail" B.A. English-Theatre Arts Blest with that charm, the certainty to please, she walks among us like an angel, sowing sweetness-reap- ing love. Actiifitief: Syracaie Uniiferfity lg Phi Ma Gamma 2, 3, 4, WERS 3, 4, WECB 2, 3, Berkley Beacon 39 Cheerleader 2, Choir 2, Deari'J Lift 3, Piihlic Proiliic- tiom 2, 5, 4. LORENA ANNE COVINGTON "Coy" B.A. English One-arm spectacles can also serve . . . interest in many things . . . intellectuality without braininess . . . a casual air, but always neat . . . a sprinkle of the elf in het humor . . . Activities: Women's College of the University of North Carolina, 1, 2, Dormitory Council Representa- tive 4. QI Q' 21.-Se, 4X 45" 'T'- eff-QW ,mm 0 N'- D 510 Q Y' . A- -i n 'Lib' ' 9:3 k .. W ., 'xvl if .J i 34 LOIS HARRIET COLITZ B.S. Speech Therapy Hop O' Me Thumb. Little lady in seven league boots. Merry mad moppet with shoe-button eyes. Laughing at life and living the pace that kills. Activities: Zeta Phi Eta Z, 3, 4, Hillel 1, 2g Choric Speech 2, 3, Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4. MARY EILEEN CON N ORS B.A. Speech Therapy A wonderful combination of . . . "Irish freckles and Italian fire" . . . a sincere and true friend . . . respected by all who know her . . . personal ambitions: to laugh, to listen, to labor, to love. Activities: Zeta Phi Eta 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, pledge- master 3, President 4, Pan-Hellenic Council 4, Presi- dent 4, Newman Cluh 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, Inter- Faith Council 3, Secretary-Treasurer 3, WERS 2, 3g WECB 2, Dehate 1, 2, Treasurer 2, Dean's List lg Class Secretary l, 2, 33 Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4, Who's who in American Colleges and Universities. DEAN CRONIS B.A. English Interest can lie in things not always of this world . . . L an aesthete . . . a question in mind, a heart of Q warmth . . . Activities: Dean? List 1. A,-. is V5 NJ A ! EDWARD S. DARN A ee "Ed" B.S. Theatre Arts Q 4' "The Biltmore Garage wants a grand" . . . "I can hard- ly wait-to wake and get to work . . . " Who can his X- 1 favorite Disney character be? , Q 1 ' '5 fK't'N.kx Actiuitiex: Pbi Alpba Tau 3, 4, Bayketball 1, 23 N ew- 'llf " rnan Club 1, 2, Debate Zg Public Proiluctionf 1, 2, 3, MARY PRINCE DARNA "Bambi" B.A. Theatre Arts As Bambi became prince of the forest so Mary became the Queen of Ed's dreams. Actiifitieis Green Mountain junior College 1, 2, Pub- lic Proiluctionf 3, 4. 4, Mufical 1, 2, 3, 4g Clan Officer 3. sf! 1 L w 35 MICHAEL BOWLER DAUGHN "Mike" B.A. Psychology-Education Comedy and sincerity . . . lovable . . . cuddly . . . "Give me a horse, any horse" . . . "The top of the mornin' to you and long live the fighting Irish." Actiifitiers Alpha Pi Theta 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice- Prefiafent 4, Newman 1, Dance Committee 2. , 4 '-2000 DOMENIC DI MASCIO "Dom" B.S. Broadcasting Laughs at his own jokes . . . "Let's hear that one again" . . . trumpet player supreme . . . ability and imagination . . . that studious look . . . T.V.'s the thing. Actinitier: Phi Alpha Tan 2, 3, 4, Newman 1, 2, 3, 4, WERS 1, 2, 3, 4, WECB 1, 2, Arrirtant Program Director 2, Debate 2. 36 - 3 '0 ' Vo' of, 1 ' sf, " 1 . RAYMOND JOHN DEMPSEY llRayYI B.S. Broadcasting Cafe discussions, sharp retort . . . ladies man . . . an air of confidence . . . What a combination, Garner and Mozart . . . "Horse in a trailer! 100 points!" Actiifitiers Alpha Pi Theta 1, Preriilent 2, 3, 4, Inter- Fraternity C onncil 2, Secretary 2, Newman Clnh 1, 2, Berkeley Beacon 4, WERS 2, 3, 4, Heail of Pnhlic Relationfg Snmmer, Announcer anal Engineer of WERS. DAVID LAWRENCE DUNN "Dave" B.S. Speech Therapy Remember always that a relaxed approach achieves the goal smoothly . . . interested in others and sincere in social relationships . . . man with a brown leather briefcase. Actiifitier' Hillel 1, 2, Secretary 2, Debate 1, 2, Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4. A lf! SAMUEL I. DRESS "Sam" B.S. Broadcasting Quiet, reserved, well-mannered . . . Great musician . . . Wants to combine music and broadcasting. WERS- TV 's lighting man. "Place a fresnel here." Actiifitiexs Hillel 1, 2, 5, 4, WERS 1, 2, 3, 4, WECB 1, 2, Debate 1, 2. N 'If - ,X if GEORGE ELLIOT EARLEY B.S. Broadcasting s V C: Q Leader of many . . . big man at election central . . . Mr. Television himself . . . ambitious, good-natured and above all a ladies man . . . "about your audio." Actiifilien Phi Alpha Tail 3, 4, Prerident 4, Intra- Fraternity Council 4, Secretary 4, WERS 2, 3, 4, WECB 1, 2. JOHN PRUDDEN ELY Q B. S. Theatre Arts A dancin' man-a singin' man . . . dapper in the British way . . . quiet sense of humor . . . enthusiasm for inter- ests . . . always collected . . . diplomatic in giving advice . . . Activitier: Bute: College lg Alpha Pi Theta 3, 4, S.C.A. 3, 45 Public Production: 2, 3, 4. ALICE RITA FISHER In Q B.S. Speech Therapy g Conscientious . . . inquisitive . . . good things come in Q, ,pi ' small packages . . . devoted therapist. Actitfitiet' Deum List 3, Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4, Tram- -V 1 fer S yrucuse Univenity 1, 2. ' i . 38 RENEE BEATE FLORSHEIM B.S. Speech Pathology Warmth and charm beneath a coolly poised exterior . . . intelligence of high order . . . striking attractive- ness. Shall we organize a Psychology Club? Actiffitierx S. C. A. 1, Deunir List 1, 2, 3g Pxycbology Club 3. LINDA MAY FREEDMAN Q Y B.A. Speech-English Executive ability, energy, ebullient, effortless charm . . . manager of the Abbey Theatre's next Deirdre Calso her room-mateb, literate, lilting, living life to its utmost, and having the rare qualityof sense and sensibility. Activities: Zeta Phi Eta: 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 4, Pan Hellenic Representative 3g Hillel: 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2, Inter-Faith Council: Vice President 2, Ernersonian: Assistant to the Editor 3, Co-Editor 4g House Council, Secretary 4, Choir 1, WECB 1. JOHN J. GARFI B.A. Speech Therapy .. X2 X fd RICHARD P. FUCHS "Dick", "Fuchsie", "Ecco me", "Fuchslein" B.A. English 'Tis folly to be wise . . . present mirth, pleasant laugh- ter, blithe spirit, Arlecchino in the cloak of Coward, with the heart of harng life is mirth giving, and mad . . . but beneath the laughter there is the realization of the whys of life . . . a realist dedicated to the happi- ness of others. Activities: Berkeley Beacon: Assistant Editor- 2, Choric Speech 1, Puhlic Productions l, 2, 3, 4. Seriousness of purpose . . . sincerity . . . understanding . . f ff- . . . conscientious. -3.13. ff' . Activities: Midwestern University lg S.C.A. 3, 4, Sigma Alpha Eta 4. 39 X21 DOROTHY GEOTIS "Dotty" B.A. Theatre Arts The spirit of Aristophanic Comedy . . . Milady de Winter . . . a dual damsel, duelling, dancing in the checquered shade . . . combining wit and wisdom in a Winsome way. Actiuitiefs Phi Mu Gamma: 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Pref- ident 4, Pan Hellenic Council: Repreientatiue 3, Prexident 4, Choir 1, 4, Puhlic Productions 1, 2, 3, 4, Dean'5 Lift 1, 2, 3, Who'5 who in American Col- legef and Uniuerfities. SANDRA BEATRICE GOLDEN "Sandy" B.S. Speech . Warm hearted . . . sparkling smile . . . "next week we 1. have got to get organized" . . . black curly hair . . . 4 ' sincerit to the enth degree . . . "Such a night like Q' Y this in all my life I never spent." Actiuitiefs Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pre5i- f dent 4, Cheerleader 1, Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4. fm I N 5 40 BEVERLY FOLEY GHOSTLAW "Bev" B.S. Speech Education 'Bevie with the light brown hair" . . . an asset to QE'-f Emerson College . . . Sincere . . . dependable . . . "A ' r"W Af Thing of Beauty is a Joy Forever." 1 Actiuitierx Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, 4, Pan-Hellenic Council 3, Bafkethall 1, Newman Cluh 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4, Inter-Faith Council 2, Berkeley Bea- con 1, 2, WECB 1, 2, Choric Speech 1, 2, 3, Dream Girl 2, Prom Attendant 3, Clair Officer 4, Secretary. WL '75 DAVID JULIAN GREENBERG B.A. English Mr. Joe College, folk music . . . ceni, ueidi, uici, . . . by a smile or a word, friendliness prevails . . . "It matters not how straight the gate, how charged with punishment the scroll. I am the master of my Fate. I am the captain of my Soul." Activitiefx Alpha Pi Theta 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Atroci- ation 1, 2, Barhethall 1, 2, 3, Hillel 1, 2, Scrihe 2, 3, 4, Editor 3, Review Board 2, 4, Berkeley Beacon 3, Emerxonian 4, WECB 1, Choir 3, Puhlic Produc- tionr 3, Winner of Creative Writing Prize 2, Stu- dent Government 4, Class Officer, Vice-President 2, Prefident 4. Whois who in American College! and Uniuerxities. PETER ALAN GREENHILL "Pete" B.S. Broadcasting There's a Ford in your past, and a Rolls Royce in your future. We have heard the voice today that will paint the world tomorrow. Actiuitiei: Hillel 1, WERS 1, 3, WECB 1, 2, 3, 4. 2 . " 1 g . I 95? ZZ.. .P- 4 14' "2 2 . N i T In II PATRICIA TONI GRIER "Pat" B.S. Speech Therapy Eflicient . . . neat . . . a bundle of joy . . . wedding bells . . . no sooner said than done acts your man of worth. Activitiex: Bafhethall 1, Choir 1, 2, Dorm Council 1, 2, Dean'f Lift 3, Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4, Prerident 3, 4. ROBERT H. HARRIS "Bob" B.S. Speech A level-headed approach .' . . organization . . . RABAT-FES-TANGIERS! Down-easting could be fun . . . understanding and jovial friendliness . . . Checkmate! Barbara is a starlit name . . . now, about Morocco . . . Actirfitiexr Colby College 1, WERS 3, 4, WECB 3, Debate 4. -N 3219917 O 4' S f rs' 5 42 ANDREW NEIL GUTHRIE "Andy,' B.A. Broadcasting Tennyson's brook . . . life through rose-colored glass- es . . . a will to win . . . laughter is the redemption of mankind. Actiifitiex: Wboif Wbo in American Colleges anal Universitier. Pbi Alpba Tait, 1, 2, 3, 4, C orrexponcling Secretary 3, National Prefident 4, Debate 1, Men'r GleeClab 3, S.C.A. 1, 2, WERS 1, 2, 3,4, WECB 1, 2, 3, Berkley Beacon 3. BARBARA HATOUN IAN "Barb" B.A. English Great musician, leader, wonderful gal. "Let's have a Night at the Pops." a diligent worker . . . "We have to get those releases to the papers." Activities: SCA 1, Ernerionian 4, Debate 1, 2, 3, Forenfic Council 2, 3, Secretary 3,.Cboir 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 4, Public Prodactionr 3, Dorm Coicncil 3, 4, Treafarer 3, Preficlent 4, Clan Social Cbairrnan 1, 2, 3. DAVID HIRSCHBERG "Dave" B.S. Broadcasting With Dave at Emerson Mr. Dudley can feel secure in taking a sabaticle. A truly overwhelming person- ality. thi' LOUIS IACOVIELLO "Lou" ,fi-. B.A. Broadcasting ypfff f -xx 'gif i Sentiments from genuine feelings How, nature will N is it Pfevail, a cure for the ailing Comic Museg Italian songg N 'aiyfdff applause and sponsorship. - at . . Actifuitiers Rho Delta Omega l, 2, 3, 4g WERS 1, 2, n. RICHARD PAUL JOHNSON "Dick" B.S. Broadcasting Our sportscaster tonight: . . . competence and reserve ,gb- in one package, but never over-serious . . . New Hampshire scenery has more than just charm . . . V a cheery "so-long!" ? Activitiefx Alpha Pi Theta 5, 45 Vice-Prefiilent 3, Corresponding Secretary 4g Athletic Auociation lg Bafehall 1, 2, 5, 4g WERS 3, 45 WECB l, 2. " 5, 4g WECB 1, 2, 3. 43 LINDA EATON KEERY "Lind " Y English B.A. Service, serenity, spirit, sugar, shamrocks Cbe they ever so Orangej and spice . . . "Huntress in the deep, dewy shadow of the wood, standing where stars walk above the mountain top" . . . "I give you my laughter, not my tears." Activities: Zeta Phi Eta 2, 3, 4, Correfponding Sec- retary 3, Vice-President 4, Girly Barhethall 1, S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Emerxonian, Arfiftant to the Editor 3, Co- Editor 4, Choric Speech 1, Choir 1, Puhlic Produc- tions 1, 2, 3, 4, Dormitory Council: Representative 1, 2, 3, PreJident 4. X .J X. N r f sf 'H 5 . -if i vision ? . Qi I ,, 311' , 3 ELIZABETH KIDNEY "Liz" B.A. Theatre Arts Twinkling eyes . . . a pert colleen in love with her state of New Hampshire . . . "Let me tell you about it" . . . bubbling personality . . . loves musical comedy and antique shops . . . she's really going places. Actiifitiex Kappa Gamma Chi 3, 4, Secretary 4, De- hate 4, Newman Cluh 2, 3, 4, Dormitory Hoare Council 3, muyical production! 3, 4. .f 'NEW' 591 ROCHELLE KAPLAN "Shelley" B.A. English The smile of the world . . . friendship, finesse, artistic, animated, amiable, articulate . . . naive and noble. Activities Phi Mu Gamma, 2, 3, 4, Reprefentatiue for Tri-Shield 3, Hiitorian 4, Puhlic Productionx 1, 2, 3. fx I' aim. .. S' r Nl- 44 2... JOHN RICHARD KILFOYLE "Dick" B.A History out is 'Z rfgllg v. i 8 uv l :.,l,'q W K 'I sipna Serious. Sober. Striving for the spiritual elevation. Hopes one fine day to enter the Ministry. A twinkle in his eye and a tribe of Othaetite philosophers in his head. Activities: S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice Prefident 4, Puhlic Production! 3, 4. FRANCIS XAVIER KOHLER "Frank" B.S. Speech A big smile and a . . . really plays those vibes , - . . .s" Q3 . . . a serious worker who concentrates on the job at 'Qin hand . . . personality is a big asset . . . "I have a great V, attachment for California." Activities Phi Alpha Tau 2, 3, 4g Dehate 4. fi Hx 5 ff 45 RALPH DANIEL LADESTRO "Stomp" B.A. Social Science An air of confidence . . . real smoothie . . . honesty is the best policy . . . good looks and charm . . . closets his thoughts with cheer . . . there "brews', a budding lawyer. Actiuitiex Alpha Pi Theta 1, 2, 5, 4, President 3, Pledge Matter 4, Intra-Fraternity Council Vice-Pre.ri- dent 3, Newman Cluh l, 2, Puhlic Productions 1, 2, 3g Clary Vice-Prexident 4. Iil EKV if .V Y - MARJORIE GRAHAM LARSON "Margie" B,S, Broadcasting A ready smile . . . a regular whirlwind . . . that's Marge, noted for her dependability and understand- ing. WER's favorite southern gal . . . Full of sur- prises. Actiifitier: Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, 4, Home Man- ager 3gSCA 1, 2, 3, Secretary 2, WERS 2, 3, 4, WECB 1, 2, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treafnrer 2, 3, Dorm Council 1, 2, Prexident 2, May Queen 33 ' ig X junior Prom Attendant 3, Clair Trearnrer 1, 2, 3, 4. X5 If , N ame 'g 46 X GORDON R. LAITE B.S. Broadcasting The big grin and the firm handshake . . . "I hate the hotel business" . . . smooth and suave . . . special word for the ladies . . . hard work and determination . . the voice for television . . . California, here I come . . Activitierf Phi Alpha Tan 3, 4, WER5 3, 4. NANCY TROY LOVETT B.A. Speech Therapy Poise . . . A lady at all times . . . "I can't see what you are saying" . . . a new addition to the family with four wheels. Actiifitief: Hillel 1, Choir 1, 2, Dorm Conncil 1, 2, Treafnrer 2, Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4. PETER DOUGLAS MAC LEAN "Pete-ty Pie" B.S. Theatre Arts The s irir of Center Stage the aspirations of p . . . Gibran, Spinoza, Shaw, Clyde Fitch and Edwin Booth . . . salty, strong, D'Artagnan in modern dress. Actiuitier: Phi Alpha Tau 2, 3, 45 Puhlic Production: 1, 2, 3, 4, Dean'J List 5. ,S ss R ROBERT HAROLD MCHAFEEY B.A. Theatre Arts Portrait of the young man as an artist . . . "Know then thyself, presume not God to scan, the proper study of mankind is man . . . " "Go and catch a fall- ing star, get with child a mandrake root . . . " A gentleman and a scholar but "he's a darlin man, a darlin man . . . " The playwright as a thinker. Actiuitiex: Phi Alpha Tau 1, 2, Berkeley Beacon, Editor 2, Emersonian 4, Puhlic Productions 1, 2, 3, 4, Dean'5 Lift 1, 2, 3, 4. Q l ug, Y- 4. ,-l'U Q LAURA-JEAN MASHRICK "Lolly" B.A. English Simplicity, decorum, and cheerfulness . . . peaceful- ness in personality . . . varied interests that comple- ment a sureness in student-work approach . . . a touch of Southern sweetness . . . fun to know . . . Actiuitier: Zeta Phi Eta 2, 3, 4, Correrponding Sec- retary 4, Barkethall 3, S. C. A. 1, 2, 4, Scrihe 4g Editorial Board 4, Dean's List 1, 2, 3. DONALD WILLIAM MORAN ' "Don" B.A. Broadcasting A happy disposition . . . personable . . . broadway beckons . . . wit is the salt of conversation . . . tal- ented . . . Activities: SCA 4, WERS 1, 2, 3, 4, WECB 2, 3, Con- tinuity bead 3, Debate 2, 3, 4, Forensic Society 3,-4, Public Productions 3. RICHARD JAY NESBITT "Dick B.S. Broadcasting "Honest, True, Loyal, Cleanly, Upstanding, Trust- worthy, and Good!" Activities: Long Island University 1, Alpba Pi Tbeta 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Berkley Beacon 3, WERS 3, 4, WECB 2, 35 Young Democrat Club 2. 4 ls HARRY WILLIAM MORGAN B.S. Theatre Arts The swiftest lad is crowned. A body politic, uncon- trolled enjoyment of life, thriving on the dictates of reason. Leadership and a light heart, a wizard in modern dress, constructing stage scenery and a sound basis for the future. Activities: Pbi Alpba Tau 2, 3, 4, President 4, S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Public Productions 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Government 2, 3, President 4, Class Officer: Vice President 1, President 2, 3, Wbo's Wbo in American Colleges and Universities 4. I 541011 3 S., f GEORGE NEWMAN PETERS YVONNE PERRETTA NOEL "Vonnie" B.A. Psychology-Education A hundred and one assets . . . vivacious . . . conscient- ious sincere a job must be well-done and complete . . . loves her employment as wife and mother . . . radiates love and warmth to all around her . . . flctinitieu Kappa Gamma Cbi 2g Treasurer 3, 45 Scribe Review Board 2, 35 Cboric Speecb, Librarian lg Secretary 2g Public Production: 1, 23 Dean'5 Lift 1, 2, 3g Student Government Secretary 35 Wbolr who in American C ollegex and Uninersitier. "Buddy" B.S. Theatre Arts r A Seacoast in Bohemia where a Chinese junk once , stopped to pay homage to the Great God Brown and the Shadow Among Us. A pioneer of phantasmag- oria f . y 5 Activitierx Bolton Unifuerfity AA degree l953g Pub- lic performance 1, 2, 3, 4g Veterans Club 1955g WERE 1957-8 49 JOHN DAVID QUINLAN B.S. Broadcasting Worth men's envy or admiration, free from care or sorrow-taking, Selves and other merry-making: plea- sure in sportg dignity so great and specialg a part of quiet conversation and trenchant wit. Actifuitiefs WERS 2, 3, 4g WECB 2g Curry College 1. 'I filffii' ROSALIN D RUTH RAPPAPORT "Roz" B.S. Broadcasting Rah Rah Team . . . Cue talent, . . . Friendly . . . Make mine tall, dark and handsome . . . a truer friend you'1l never find. gy! f Actiuitiefs Kappa Gamma Chi 3, 4, Trearurer 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, Captain 2, Hillel 1, 2, Social Chair- man 2, WERS 3, 4, WECB Continuity head 1, . 'IMA fzlnl SL Ny! T Rfplmla MARY SUSANNE REISINGER Womank programming 2, Choric Jpeech 1, Dorm Council 3, Secretary. "Sue" B.S. Speech Pathology . . Thesweet sound, that breathes upon a bank of violets." . . . Oh spirit of love, how quick and fresh , is 6? art thou." Actifuitief: Phi Mu Gamma 2, 3, 4, Trearurer 3, X N T R Vice Prerident 4, S.,C.A. 4, Berkeley Beacon 2, Buyi- nery Manager 2, Choric Speech 1, 2, 3, Librarian 2, 3, Public Proiluctionf 2, Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4. MARY LOUISE ROBERTS "Rob" B.S. Broadcasting Perky . . .humorous . . . loves white sneakers, Storyville, and foreign cars . . . a sincere and conscientious worker ' . . . always willing to lend a helping hand . . . bright future ahead in the field of advertising . . iff Actiuitiex: Newman Cluh 1, 2, 4, WERS 2, Wom- en'.f anal Chililrenlf Program Director 3, 4, WECB 1, Womenk Program Director 2. 50 WILLIAM ST. JAMES "Bill" B.S. Broadcasting Evenness in temperament . . . theology is also a lay- man's field . . . Jack-of-all-trades . . . pleasantly hu- mored and helpful . . . well-informed conversation is an art . . . Acti1JitieJ.' Stonehill College lg Phi Alpha Tan 2, 3, 4g Bafehall 3, 4g Newman Clnh 2, 3, 4, Representa- tive 4g WERS 2, 3, 4. B Q S' " ROCHELLE SCHIFRIN "Ricki" B.A. Theatre Arts Gamine, Gallic insouciance and Puritan practicality, rapier-like wit, pert and poetic . . . the spirit of Carrie Chapman Cart, plus the femininity of Madame de Staehl. Actirfitiesx Phi Ma Gamma: 2, 3, 4, Treaxnrer, 4g Berkeley Beacon: Editorial Auiitant 23 Emeryonians Literary Stag 4g Pahlic Proilnctionis 1, 2, 3, 4. Deanx ,List 1, 2, 5. 3 X 51 MORTON JEROME SALOWITZ "Mortie" B.S. Speech Pathology 81 Audiology a friendly hello . . . Mr. Brooks Brothers . . . Earnest and sincere . . . a gentleman and a scholar . . . an indispensable part of the colorful mosaic of life. Actioitier: Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4, Tranffer Boston Unioerfity 2. JANET LEA SEBASTIAN llhlanlf B.A. Speech Therapy 4-x "A loaf of bread, a jug of wine, and Thou . . . " A Q? leisure time Emily Dickinson . . . "Would that the P world were mine to give you . . . " A radiant smile, :W a sunny disposition, a pleasant word for everyone. A Actiifitiefx Zeta Phi Eta 4, S.C.A. 4, Choir 3, 4, Dormitory Council 4, Sigma Alpha Eta 3, Treaxurer 4. if 5-. STEPHEN J. SEGAL B.A. Broadcasting And what mountain is so high it cannot be scaled? . . . a hilatelist . . . natural enialit and never X- P 8 Y Y i T 6 x g ,Q obtrusive . . . LEONARD HERMANN SEYFARTH "Len" B.A. English A whetted wir, a crammed Cranium. A loaf of bread, a jug of wine and the Lady of the Violets. Acliifiliefi Phi Alpha Tau 1, 2, 3, 4. SCA 1, 2, 3, 4. WERS 2, 3. WECB 1, 2, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Prexident 3, 4, Librarian 4, Dean'J List 1, 3, Merilf Charm 3. Actiifitiex Bafehall 3, 4, WERS 4, WECB 1, 2, Alpha pi Theta 2, 3, 4, Correxpomling Secretary, Sargent-at-armf. .381 Wx 52 JOAN MAE SILVA "joanie" B.S. Broadcasting Supplier of wonderful scripts . . . loves children's and fy women's shows . . . ambitious, always on the go, friend "" ,Ag to all . Actifuitierx Newman 1, 2, 3, 4, Scrihe 4, Secretary 4, 9 234, Berkeley Beacon 3, WERS 2, 3, 4, WECB 1, 2, 3, 0 'f 7 chair 1, 2,45 PahlicProdactions 2, 5, Zeta Phi Eta 4. RUTH DEANNA SILVERMAN "Ruthie" B.A. Speech Therapy A cannibal isle . . . monkey shines and magic . . . a friend in need . . . a woman with a will . . . wishes and wonderful dreams, dedicated to the perfection of speech. Activities: Zeta Phi Eta: 2, 3, 4, Reporter, 4, Berke- ley Beacon: Art Editor 23 Emerronian Art Editor 4, Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4, Correfponaling Secretary 4. R Q X J. WX 3 I S 16 Y' I 1 - K , 0 x '19 x '7 53 JUDITH DIANE SIMMONS "Judsy" B.S. Theatre Arts Hi-ya kids . . . You'll never guess wha' happened to me .... and then this guy stopped the train . . . and I didn't even get a sunburn in Bermuda! Activities Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, 4, Social Chair- man 3g Hixtorian 4, Pithlic Proditctionr 1, 2, 3, 4, junior Prom Queen, Summer Stock, Marthak Vine- yard. HARVEY SKOLNIK "Shaw" B.S. Broadcasting J Talent makes Harvey run . . . Ambition keeps him Z,i,f going . . . Success makes it all worthwhile. 1 I 11141 R Aeaeiaei.'Azp1ee Pi Theta 1, 2, 3, 4, Befeeileezz 1, 2, -145 ""' 1' Baieball 1, 2, Hillel 1, 2, Berkley Beacon 1, 2, .......,,,,, ' V' WERS 1, 2, 3, 4, WECB 1, Debate 2, Public Pro- ductions 1, 2, 3, 4. 3 ROBERTA SPEKIN "Bobbin 'f'g'm,fg, , B.S. Speech and Hearing Therapy 'dll' I 'U Spirited in conversation . . . friendly . . . warmth, sincerity and determination . . . the world of speech therapy will make a gain . . . cheery greetings. 1 Activitief: Hillel 1, 2, Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4, X Q lynn-.. QU Q if 1 31 tf AA','. A?" ' , K D X v 1 f FRANCES JANE SPERBERG "Janie" B.S. Speech Therapy Back in the saddle again . . . typical southern belle . . . clock watcher from the word go . . . good natured Actiifitien Girlf' Bayketlaall 3g Offical Jcorer 3, 4g Of- ficial .fcorer laaieball 3, 4, Clooir 2, 3, Librarian 3, 4, Univerfity of Richmond, Wert Hampton College 1. PHYLISS GAIL STRATTON "Gail" B.A. Speech Education A joy to know . . . reliability and devotion to her Work . . . a pleasant smile and a word to match. Activities: Zeta Phi Eta 2, 3, 4, Choric Speech 2, 5, 4g Uniiferrity of Michigan 1. fhk Q , y -:Lf i Q fl 2' 4 1 j xv' P U' 1" "rg, Q2 - sl MARVIN RICHARD TABOLSKY "Marv" B.A. Broadcasting The force of words to hold men to the performance of their covenants, sociable, good-natured, a serious mind under a winning smile. The only object of reasoning is to find truth, a job well done is Worth Working for. Activitier: Rho Delta Omega 2, 3, Vice Prexiclent 4, Hillel 2, 3, WERS 2, 3, 4g Choir 3, WERS Production Heail 4. 55 EDWARD G. SYLVESTER !KEd9! B.A. Speech Therapy Still waters run deep . . . Emerson's loss is therapy's gain . . . By a smile or Word friendliness prevails . . . "Mom, there's company for dinner." Actiifitier: Newman Clah l, 2, 3, Choir 1, 2, Rho Delta Omega 2, 3, 4, C orrerponiling .rceretary 3. tsy, MICHAEL ANTHONY WILLIAMS "Mike" B.S. Broadcasting An ability to sympathize . . . interest in literary affairs I . . . the field of writing is a challenge . . . cheery . . . y nik' disposed toward seeing the humor in a situation . . . sincere . . . X Acti1fitieJ: Newman Clah 1, 2, 4g Berkeley Beacon lg I W WECB lg Choric Speech 2, 3, 4, Choir l, 2, 3, 45 X JULIAN WOLINSKY "Gus" B.A. Broadcasting Man behind the camera . . . high fidelity man all the way . . . unpredictable, hard worker, friend to all. Activitiefx Phi Alpha Tau 2, 3, 4g Athletic Affocia- tion 2, Secretary 2, Baxkethall Manager 2, Bafehall Manager 2, Berkeley Beacon 3, 4g Ernerronian 45 WERS 1, 2, 3, 4, WECB lg Dehate 3, 4g 4,6 , 1, to 3 rf 5 56 w fat BRENDA ESTER WOLFE "Brandy" B.S. Speech Education Captivating eyes . . . conscientious . . . big pocket- books, no money . . . sweet and understanding, . . . memories of M.I.T. Activitiefr Fairleigh Dickenxon Unirferfity 1, 2, Hillel 3, Ernerfonian 4, Prom Committee 3, Psychol- ogy Clah 4. BARRY MALCHOM ASCH "King Farouk" B.A. English A woman is only a woman, but a good cigar is a smoke. Great wit . . . an eye for the ladies . . . "Alas poor yorick, I knew him well, a fellow of infinite jest." Activities: Rho Delta Omega 3, 4, Berkeley Beacon 3, Dehate 1, Puhlic Productions 3, Dean'J List 2. JAMES M. HILL B.A. English The many roads of life require care and choosing . . . "You speak when you cease to be at peace with your thoughts" . . . a diplomat. ALLEN SAVAGE KKAIYI B.S. Broadcasting One in a million . . . always a helping hand . . . "Let's get that team out and fight" . . . boyish charm and a smile that invites friendship . . . Acti11itie.r.' Alpha Pi Theta 2, 3, Prexident 4, Bafehall 1, 2, 3, 4, Bafhethall 3, 4, Captain 4, Athletic Affo- ciation 1, 2, 3, 4, Treafurer 4, WECB 1, 2, WERS 3, 4, Berkeley Beacon 3, 4, MARVIN LEON ZISKIN "Marv" B.S. Broadcasting Friend of the TV cameras . . . Kappa's favorite auctioneer . . . hard worker, always volunteer, great personality. "Hi, gang!" "Have to take a XMTR reading." Actiuitiexs Alpha Pi Theta 2, 3, 4, Recording Sec- retary 4, Hillel 1, 2, WERS 2, 3, 4, WECB l, 2, Puhlic Production: 2, 3. PETER DEED SCHACHTE "Pete" B.S. Broadcasting Did you see that Porsche? Quiet in manner, yet not without words . . . good manners that come from within . . . successful in choosing the right help meet . . . Mr. Engineer . . . "Let's camp!" Actiifitiet: Phi Alpha Tau l, 2, 3, 4, WERS 1, 2, 3, 4, WECB 1. JOHN J. TUOHY B.A. Broadcasting Reservation does not mean disinterest . . . well spoken, helpful, determined . . . a task taken on is a task completed. Activities: Newman cluh 1, 2, 3, 4, Alpha Pi Theta 2, 3, 4, WECB 2, 35 WERS 4. ANITA KAPLAN VERBEKE "KaPPy" B.A. Educational-Psychology Bewitching glance . . . Spring has come to the south again . . . Florida sunshine . . . car rides . . . Why August 4? Activities: Hillel 1, 2, Inter-faith council 2, Hillel Reprefentatiife, WECB 1, 2, Dorm Council 2, Re- corcling Jceretary w m w 'QQ '5 .M ., Q 7, 1' V If I MMFVV, V . -., . V, 5 ,. . ,.,, -V, W i... V 4' ' I .,, , 4 Q J 1 V A - 'WY' 47' Q 3 9 Q' H 153 41 '1 5,4 .lf av A' sag sl ,ii is N555 NJN sum ,V Q k W 3 Qi ' .1 'wb We X552 5 V ri af 1 1' 1 ,x yr ' V J fi? it-5, QE 2 W K 'ff S 'gi 0 f ,f S y ' 'f if lin. ,f 6 if if f if 3 Y Y T . ' J W A , 1 x f, V M X A , in, f,. 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A... , A A A ., Judy Horton Secretary , ., Marlene Fisher easurer . . Kiki Karagias Treasurer ......,. .. ,.,.,, Mel Simons Treasurer ..,. ,. ..,... Bill Driscoll 63 M -xg wr 'iw xiii X .52 Rx 1 X A f I Nw, ff' x -.., if 'S'- ffl? A 'f' - ,- we 1. , ,M - I W- 35,19 .. , wif" C ACTIVITIES .,,.v I STUDENT GOVERNMENT I Pferident, Harry Morgang Vice-Prerident, Barry Mandelg Secre- tary, Marlene Riccitellog Treasurer, Macey Leving David Green bergg Howard Gitling Paul Ausgitli SansoneA fmis5ingJ INTRA-FRATERNITY COUNCIL President .,,.................,,...,.............A.., .,,.,.,.,,.. A Ilen Savage Vice President .,....,. .,.. . George Earley Secretary-Treasurer ,.i... Gerard Kay IN TER-FAITH COUNCIL President .,,.,,..,,...........,.................i.,.......... Chrisanne Done Vice President ,,....i .,.... L ouis Ponderoso Secretary-Treasurer ....., Bernard Sweet PAN-HELLEN IC COUNCIL President ,...................,...,....,...,..,,....,........i Dorothy Geotis Vice President .............,,,......,,...........,... ..,,.,.. M ary Connors Secretary-Treasurer ..,.,.. ,.,.,... S arah Bernhardr NEWMAN CLUB OFFICERS President ,,.. . ., i Louis Ponderoso Vice President ,. . ,.., Anne Cavanaugh Secretary ,.A.,...., .. Beverly Ghostlaw Treasurer ...,.,. . ., .. ,. Gerald Boyne HILLEL OFFICERS President ,.,.,.. ..,,. r..,.,...... ,... B e r nard Sweet Vice President , , .,.,.... Louis Lopez-Cepero Secretary .....,...,.. .,,..,...... , Donna Zolov Treasurer ...i..,. ..,.. . ..,.., M el Simons STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OFFICERS President ...., . . .i...,. ,.,.....,..,... C hrisanne Done Vice President ,.,.i Richard Kilfoyle Secretary-Treasurer .,.. .,... C ynthia Whalen "fkua,:,. r f. fx , t f M T is Zeta Phi Eta, the Nacional Professional Speech Arts Fraternity fgzk-ggriigfgggfjplk ' l for Worruen, is headed by Mary Connors. They sponsored the tradi- iiliii tional Zeta Work Week on November 10th to the l-4th at which time they were willing to help anyone with many numerous jobs. At Home Coming, they held a tea for returning sorority sisters. They also . A p A' took part in the annual Pan-Hellenic Tea on November 2. A new ' A A 'lt V't' project initiated this year was the selling of coffee and sandwiches at T' , 5 V3f f f'a A the Theatre Arts Department rehearsals. Once again Zeta joined Rho ' ' '- E Us ' A ff Delt for their annual show. s i Z 1 . y i OFFICERS A ZA' "i" A V ii Preyidenl: Mary Connors Vice Preridenz: Linda Keery p 1 , Q Q E . Secretary: Linda Freedman 7"feamref.' Marlene Riccitello l Q gn Rho Delta Omega, the local professional fraternity for men majoring in broacasting and allied helds, is headed by Jerry Kay, Their outstanding event of the year was their Dream Girl Ball at which time they chose Anne Cavanaugh as their Queen. They participated in a very successful football season tying Phi Alpha Tau for first place, They held their smoker on November l7. OFFICERS Prerridwzt: Gerard Kay Vice Pre,ricle1zl.' Marvin Tabolsky Secrcturgr Fred Nutter 7'rerzJ11rer.' Jack Pierce Vadim , X rs x i' 1, XM 3 ZA, - ?s" Q4 i, ' -. Y , M at ggi , S K in 5 9 as i i tg, '3f 8 ,E ff i l is if .. -:Y 4 ' :ff 6? We f, y ' llllilflllilf fi L Z 1-n-m,.w.-W we in H' ,ff 1" ' -, ,-+ 5 if , X :ak x. . .K K qqu 1O 3159501 f ' i ,Q s jar- fi' its 3 iii KAPPA GAMMA CHI ,s new -...... iii ,c Kappa Ciainina Chi, the social sorority at Emerson, is headed very capably by Sarah Bernhardt. Under her leadership the sorority has had many successful events. ln the first week of school they co-sponsered the Theta lair. The favorite booth was one made up of throwing darts at balloons lilled with water. No one who attended will ever forget the wetting that Dr. Bender got at the hand of Dr. McKinley. On October ZS, Kappa held its annual auction at which time they sold everything from theatre tickets to stutlied animals. On Hotnc-coming weekend Kappa held a tea for their returning sorority sisters. OFFICERS President: Sarah Bernhardt Vice Preiicfezzlx Sandra Goldin Secre1tz1',i.' lflizabeth Kidney 'I'rcuz,rzzrer,' Rosiland Rappaport 9 T OFFICERS Prefident, Al Savageg Vice-P-refident, Mike Daughng Secretary, Marv Zisking Treamrer, Steve Frucht. OH 0 ALPA PI THETA Alpha Pi Theta is a professional speech arts fraternity, organized in l945. This year Theta carried on a varied program, opening the social calendar in September with its successful Courtyard Fair and Dance. At mid-year holiday time their Card Sale proved profitable and enjoyable. In March the "Kap and Al" Hawaian Party with their sister sorority, Kappa Gamma Chi, was novel and well attended. Theta also engages in varied athletic activities with the other fraternities at Emerson. EUSTUN IS Htmwc CAN YOU YOU OFFICERS Prerident, Dotty Geotisg Vice-Prefident, Sue Reisingerg Secretary, joan Whitneyg Trearurer, Ricki Schifrin. The Alpha Chapter of Phi Mu Gamma was founded at Emerson College in 1921. A national speech arts sorority, Phi Mu stands for the intelligent advancement of the arts. Its members at Emerson take part actively in all the various events in the social and academic calendar at the college, along with maintaining a full program that membership in a sorority entails. The brother fraternity of Phi Mu is Phi Alpha Tau. Phi Alpha Tau, the National Honorary Speech and Dramatics Fraternity for Men, is headed this year by George Earley. The outstand- ing events of the year were the hayride and the carol-sing, both annual events of the college. The carol-sing, held on December 17, was fol- lowed with a wonderful buffet supper at the home of Dr. and Mrs. McKinley. Tau had a very successful football season which ended in a tie for first place with Rho Delta Omega. On November 15, they held their traditional smoker. OFFICERS Preridenlf George Earley Vice Preyident: Harry Morgan Secretary: Barry Mandel Trearurer: Howie Schwartz HX f in i ff' Jill f 73 ,wg f ,:k7, 1+ f UQ 13 - i fx : 151 , ' ' ff , k'ff'? E ' ? . , , 1 5 2 E .2 ,E i CHORIC SPEECH CHGIR CHOIR Cheerleaders 0' li 0'-Q. 9 V r ."ir'? f fe 1 Due to many unfortunate factors, the "Purple Panthers" had a poor basketball season. Lack of practice and the resignation of their coach in mid-season were two insurmountable factors causing the team to run up a 5 win-8 loss recordg their worst in many seasons. However the season wasn't a total loss. The team was well coached by athletic director, Paul McKeown and they were a high spirited ball club. The cheerleaders gave a great deal of their time to rooting the team on, and they were greatly appreciated. This year, john Goodwill, a transfer from Bates College in Maine, was the high scorer, averaging close to 25 points a game. john will be back next year as co-captain with Ed Titus. john was also the recepient of the Most Valuable Player Award. !"""N "Get that rebound! " Jump Ball! " ,..! Athletic Association If I., 5 N . Co-Captains "And after we get the Pennant, what" Pre-season predictions for the baseball team were that it would be a re-building year for the "Panthers". Last year Emerson showed a great deal of talent in their games and came out with 4 wins against 4 losses. The team should improve this record a great deal because of their strong pitching staff which includes Bob Yacawych, Gerry Kay, and new comer Paul Bissonette. The infield will be bolstered by Dick Burton, Ed Reins- dorf, Al Savage, and jack Pierceg while the outfield will have Bill St, james, and Dick Johnson snagging the ball. The outlook for the team this year is excellent. "You bet we'll have a winning team!" THEATRE Pajama Game "You, then, that would the comic laur- els wear, To study nature be your only care. Whoe'er knows man, and by a curious art discerns the hidden secrets of the heartg He who observes, and naturally can paint The jealous fool, the fawning sycophant, A sober wit, an enterprising ass, A humerous Otter, or a Hudibras,- May safely in those noble lists engage, and make them act and speak upon the stage." Nicolas Boileau-Despreaux Pajama Game Pajama Game ll x S ,fu 1 O' 'Et an 4 4' ll ' FP. , , Q f , f' 1v',.:gf7. J 252 -EJAP sp- .Lam :av -f .tf:.m..' r I - f.. .I ,l ia, , f. -1 -1 :- , 4 2-ffa'f,+D, 1-ffxf. fqys A 5 J. fic' . 3.95,- vv 5. 11-Q. r-sh.. ,J5 4 Q, IJ, A.' '.1-122. I 1 .v.n',15 s'1:,.v: ,Qffg .74 'si ,I K--'Q V 'nh Kg of A f D" ,' ,Q 'Alfa' ,. N g.. . ' 1 1 . 4 - 4-1 .-,. H 'H ' X-- . .1 -A2 1' I3 Jpvl I 1' 4 'L "7 I qi? Q 4' O., lb X a v Q 4 x ffgk 'hw ARTS The Chairs S.-ff 7' fig nf t E 4-,,.. 1554555159940 IZ4+23ffte12rntav9 f:r " 1l" :.'Lg!4?' is ., ' "'A n - -'lg , , The Man Who Married a Dumb Wife "But since imitatots imitate those who do something, and it is neces- sary that these should either be worthy or depraved Cfot manners nearly always depend on these alone, since all men differ in their manners by vice and virtuep it is necessary either to imitate those who are better than we are, or those who are worse, or such as are like ourselves. By this very same difference, also, tragedy differs from comedy. For the one seeks to imitate worse, but the other better men than are." Aristotle Bury The Dead "Tragedy, therefore, is an imitation of a Worthy or illustrious and perfect action, possessing magnitude, in pleasing language, using sep- arately the several species of imitation in its parts, by men acting, and not through narration, through pity and fear effecting a purification from such like passions. But by pleasing language, I mean language possessing rhythm, harmony, and melody. And it uses separately the several species of imitation, because some parts of tragedy are alone perfected through meters, and others again through melodyf' Aristotle "The comic wit, born with a smiling air, Must tragic grief and pompous verse forbearg Yet may he not, as on a market-place, With bawdy jest amuse the populace. Witli well-bred conversation you must please, And your intrigue unravelled be with easeg Your action still should reasons rules obey, Nor in an empty scene may lose its way. Your humble style must sometimes gently rise, And your discourse sententious be and wise, The passions must to nature be confined, And scenes to scenes with artful weaving joined." Nicolas Boileau-Despreaux 5 WECB Y Y 4 A 61' Wifi- 4? rxv-QQ 4' , G1 'WML 16 A 5 if ""g- 1 IA rnqgvdba 1ffK5Qff1 Q31 2422 :ax ! ' xi! .. Q" 'T 5-. , 'sm-'..' ' , ' 0,253-Vfzf 1 un but L, ',x'.,.,aadl. v uf, ,qv 2.1 4 fn:-'f-" N' 2' g"I-111m 'ww 1-" W BROAD WERS Staff WERS Workshop CASTING BBSTDN x E4 99 -21:7 -4?..-'-'x.,f1,-5' ":"" "' 3 fi" 2-.4 5, 'Q-i5 ' 5 t f 7 .-'wx - x f gf- F 3 -v f rw j 'L wx.: ,. al htjf., J' I Y .2 4' 4 fr ,-are , I I , i,,,.4... "A , y """'? ' " ' ' ' N N -55 ""1"T-- - , : Y. ,,N., . : ., W H Y ' W -,.,, x, A. ' W 7 " N V V My I A A S 4 A ' ' x L , ' D 1 A i ' 1 l 'i N ' 5 H W.E.R.S. Radio and Closed Circuit Television offered a vivid pan- orama of the performing arts with worthwhile and well-chosen dramatic, and factual material. Through the facilities of closed circuit television, the biographies of many leading men and women in the arts, as well as in politics, have been offered. Plays such as "The Devil And Daniel Webster" by Stephen Vincent Benet, "Crime In The Streetsn by Reginald Rose, and the Childrens Play "Cinderella" have been offered. All of these represent strides and improvements in the technical and creative imagination em- ployed with this comparatively young medium. Imagination and creativity seem to have been the keynote for the year's production activities. 4 or wa ff? if ! ,A wr V. .y.a:',,, . k g W ,Sriv- a 4 im'-Zig: f 1, Q ik! W A" alms r iii U M' 'Ewa ik: Zisc- This year was a successful one for the Broadcasting Department. The scope and dimension of the programming offered was an immense achieve- ment in furthering the educational advantages of the department. This year W.E.R.S. put into its program a policy of interviewing people of note in politics, science, religion, and the arts. These interviews contributed immensely to student understanding of problems in contemporary govern- ment, theory, and Theology, as well as the Theatre Arts. Among the lead- ing personalities interviewed were Governor Furcolo and Pat Suzuki. The programming of such interviews adds a wealth of background understand- ing to students who are interested in today's world. i 1 Clinicians XsiF:Z'N'g., i X .1 Sigma Alpha Eta SPEECH Debate DEPARTMENT "Look what's on the agenda for next week! "Now, say it after me." :fx . .'.s.7 ' ,gl 'Ss 4. . J .S I . Qlgia, . Q.'.I Practice Makes Perfect. Wow, are we good!" The mind needs stimulus, and argumentation or debate has since Classic times been a means for sharpening the organizational procedures of the mind. Emerson Colleges Debate Society combines highest standards of organizational procedure and the highest intellectual qualities. The Debate Society has proved itself in many contests, in some of which it may not have been the victor, but it has never been the vanquished. ,ff nixv si" ,? I D--Y r 4' ,gf f 5- . I y riff, -it-no 3 1' 1- .1 Q s"2:-v.-71-'9'd' ,.-,D .:.--. - 5 n '. -. ' ..-I 1.1-1, hi l 'Tim.7"1i13-5E?'ff " Q- ' ' .' '. ' X .gels-Q?1:7'.t: f' ,4 1 "'--5" 14" I - fl f- . -:, 5 f.. A Dr Q A 1,4 I, x . "Hum, so that's the way it's done!" "Watch my hand carefully and see what happens. SPEECH THERAPY The betterment of man's communicative processes, the refinement of speech, the removal of the obstacles that block man's advancement in society, and ability to speak without fear to the rest of his confreresg the raising on high of the ideals of moulding the speaking voice into a useful and mellifiuous instrument. To the directors of the Speech Clinic, and their student aids, pro- gress is tantamount. f Q fxxx!-'Xi if XX,-fb, ,--,,f X,--'xf' L EX 4 --fa "Now where did I put that thing? lv V vi ,t .il l 1 it J A Q1 0 -ff X - ,w . , XA .X L . X... N' A 91 0 7: my W? N! ' b. KJ lhxg' H--f'2'.,,g?'X .H V 1 ., , . i BERKELEY BEACON Emerson is hardly inactive in the literary sphere. Two publications represent the collective literary achievements of the student body: one in drama, prose, and poetry Scribe, our magazine published quarterly, featuring material submitted by students, the faculty, and occasionally guest authors, and the other in the realm of news coverage for events in and around the College, the Berkeley Beacon, which is edited and staffed by the student body. SCRIBE Mr. john W. Zorn Director of Summer School SUMMER SCHOOL Emerson Colleges Summer Session offers a training ground for Educators, College Students, and an introductory taste of higher learning for High School Students. Under the leadership of Mr. john W. Zorn, the Summer Session has proved successful in maintaining the Emerson standard that "From out the soul, the body form doth rake, for soul is form and doth the body make." NIGHT SCHGGL Mr. Willinrn B. Spink Director of the Night School The College offers courses in its Evening and Extension Division in the fall and spring semestersg these courses allow college credit to secondary school graduates and may be applied toward degree requirements. Among their endeavors for this year was a production of "See How They Run" directed by john Chase. MCDNTAGES .. , Q -gig 9sQ5KS' .'::.':i1'5, ! 5 , ,R-3-Q ,',49,tKQgiX-,Q-25-.2'i'Q33xN xiii, viei' X ' W .S AL, L x 'QQ-S y 'fS.ys.L 23 ,ff f I" W 0'9 +C' A ,'Q'? W Qfnafxfvi 'f -am QQQSQLQ + E' 24:1 !.w f fwvsfr w fi X GW." -4 r4'Ai' QQXQ!-Tfis! 6 ,, 55.55, Q: x 5 fb S: 1 W' 'Y' w'wFr f . f ggJ9+Qvn,f, fsWf qi .. x ' ' 1 - .V - .- f 'Q 4 'xx X-if A if ix I . 1 A A -vy- wa I wi mtg! 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J,,.g5,?g, I gif f. .4-' Q 45: is W 1' fi v 449 ,M Oi -w -:wif ' Q .i'i'.x'g gy? .gQ?e,2gg1gg -,wr 'L , K, ,,, S 4 , me X Y fm 18 , Sf K ' V5.3 ff K ,M wwf ' Y A -f-sw: :W gi '-,'-, g ylfiqlfgifggfitzigfmsf igl sn Mi 5 mf mf" wg.. Q fi EW 4 ,. ik' Q, Hp ' Wx EW M 1 ew 5 1 ,cf .. i :f5Af2,w,,vTi1?34 iz 'K sf 3 N 133+ sSf?ggl,i5?g :Agi,5A.,W,2Y,Sgi- W Q1 4 T55 ,ME f Ajfwmi q, -i A ,Q , V V L fgpigygr K ' R' ' M 'fer a' f.. ,. 35555544 WM--n 5, K ,mi rf y f - Q55 ,, ,' . . N- fb - , ' P! 'Q ' fx ? '. . K , , ,.., ,, 3 E 3 if 2 . . 5 3 ,et P 3, N xv X-f I , ' Q, .V-if - mx vvv"N' 5 .1 , I 9 I I Ha v f 1, ii , i W Q ,- CLASS WILL We, the members of the Senior Class of Emerson College in the city of Boston, County of Suffolk, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, do ordain and establish this to be our last will and testament. Having spent all our copeks that we might receive our degrees, signed by the proper authorities, we leave the following items to our successors. Use them wisely. Dick Fuchs leaves his baggy pants to jerry Cole. jerry Andelman leaves a Castration Complex to Dr. Thass. Len Seyfarth leaves the "water buffalol' to Frank Silverman. Andy Guthrie leaves to Emerson College, serenity and tranquility unknown there during his stay. Lilat leaves the Costume Room to the mice. Ruth Silverman leaves Marge Cutler and Marlene Ricitello peace and quiet. David Greenberg leaves his little "green-book" to an ambitious Freshman. Ricki Schifrin leaves the house she has been running to Polly Weiss. Peter MacLean leaves center stage. Renee Florsheim leaves on her wedgies. Ellen Barnes leaves the keys of the Kappa House to Sam Beaulieu. Mary Roberts leaves her collection of rubber duck: to Louis Lopez-Cepero. Susanne Reisinger leaves "lOO Famous Stories" to Scribe. The Darnas leave a Freshman to the Class of 1977. Michael Daughn leaves a Map of Ireland to Horace Reynolds. jerry Boyne leaves a term paper for Mr. Guise. Brenda Wolfe leaves her collection of pocket-books to any strong person. Linda Freedman leaves "the Closet" to anyone ambitious andfor amorous enough to want it fwith Franks permissionjl Rudy Butterfield leaves Storyville to Mary Bookstore. Norm Carmel leaves his radiating equipment to Mr. Wilder. Barbara Hatounian wills the privilege of licking all the stamps and envelopes to the Public Relations Office and Mr. Van Riper. Pat Grier leaves a hopeful Freshman her fraternity pin in exchange for a gold band. Diana Charles leaves her complete library of Andre Gide to Barry Mandel. Roz Rappaport leaves her Bermuda Shorts to anyone else who will wear them in freezing weather. Gail Cohn leaves for "Redhead" with some changes to replace Gwen Verdon. Liz Kidney leaves Phil Amato in the hands of her experienced spies and special agents. Lois Colitz leaves to become the White Rock Girl. Sarah Bernhardt leaves a little white rose to the Theatre Arts Department. Anne Covington leaves her well-worn Chaucer text and illuminated manscripts to an uninformed, but scholarly minded, unsuspecting, Freshman. Sandra Goldin leaves to understudy Gertrude Berg. Ray Dempsey leaves Dr. Bender alone - at last. Harvey Skolnick leaves his big jewish nose to Jeanne Healy. Gordon R.YLaite leaves his PROBE program to Bob Yachowitch. Dom DiMascio leaves by special request. Linda Keery leaves her role as "Emerson's answer to the mother-casting problem" to a deserving Freshman. Don Moran leaves his well-worn sneakers to Carl Schmider. 99 David Dunn leaves his savoir-de-monde to Richie Glass. Sam Dress leaves fancy free, single and determined. J. "Gus" Wolinsky leaves his oversized Blue Chariot to anyone who can afford to support it. George E. Early leaves his seat in the Emerson Cafeteria to Howard Schwartz. Anne Cohen leaves her engagement ring to Rose Khedouri. john Garfi leaves ignonimously. Dotty Geotis leaves her orthopedic oxfords and character roles to any aspiring Agnes Gooch. Dick Kilfoyle leaves his "top drawer" to Meredith Russell. Rochelle Kaplan leaves her blonde hair to Debbie Lazow. David Herschberg leaves by special courtesy of Ajax. Peter Greenhill leaves in Michael Winston's car. Bev Ghostlaw leaves the stairs in 126 to Gwen Schlief. Harry Morgan leaves all the scenery to whomever. Robert Harris leaves his laugh to the Sound Effects Department. Laura Jean Mashrick leaves the Ladies Lounge to Bunny Brinkley. Joan Silva leaves W.E.R.S. Radio Sc T.V. To the Big 3: Bill, Steve Sz Richie Louis Iacoviello leaves happily. Dick Johnson leaves the Turks Head to Kenny Linden Cbaum?J Ralph LaDestro bequeathes his Soc courses and "Doomsday Bookl' to Bob Cassidy. Marge Larson leaves behind Marge Graham. Bill Sr. james leaves the Shubert cloakroom to Paul john Austin. Mary Connors leaves her Master Debate Book to Peter Whitten. Nancy Lovett leaves with punctured tires, we hope!!! john Ely leaves his magnificent singing voice to Michael Winston who needs it. Yvonne Noel leaves a registrant for Mr. Nickerson. George Peters leaves his taxi-cab to the Prop Department. Roberta Spekin leaves her ability to remain inconspicuous to Dixie Lee Vogels. Mort Salowitz leaves after four record-breaking years in the Cafeteria. Michael Williams leaves the apple he has been polishing to charity. jan Sebastian leaves what Sue Resinger wanted to leave to Barbara Sargent C???J Steve Segal leaves his raccoon coat to Thracian. jane Sperberg leaves the T.V. set in 303 Berkeley to lovers of culture. Gall Stratton leaves her rabbit to Margot Laing. Alice Fisher leaves her "deStaehl" complex to Pinky Smith. Ed Sylvester leaves his voice to the Speech Department. Anita Verbeke leaves a half-eaten Chinese orange to expire. Peter Schachte leaves all five Lever Brothers to Polly Weiss. Marv Ziskin leaves a Children's Series Based on "Lolita"-to W.E.R.S. Radio. Barry Asch leaves a 15 million inch lens to the TV department. john Tuohy leaves his rhinocerous to Sandy Rella. Allan Savage leaves the Basketball Team to Sheilah Gillin. Marv Tabolsky leaves his collection of early Ante-bellum madrigals to Mr. Pettit. Robert' McHaHey leaves his filing cabinet EMPTY!!!!! Drawn, signed and delivered this twenty-fourth of February in the year of our Lord, one thousand, nine hundred fifty nine, within the confines of Emerson College, Boston, Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 100 Linda n' Turk Linda Freedman Mr. 8: Mrs. Paul J. McKeown Anne S. Black David Carlisle Potter Esq. Sara-Ann Rosner Mr. Haig Der Marderosian Macey G. Levin Eddie Reinsdorf Ruthellen Poleshuck Mrs. Ruth Maxfield Mr. Harry Nickerson Mr. John Ahlin Louis Michael Ponderoso Miss. E. S. Lofchie Ellie Strauss Richard Burton Marvin Tabolsky Gail Stratton Morton J. Salowitz Terry Shuman Jr. Gerry 8: Sue Ellie Brenner Knit Shop Barry Mandel Mary "Bookstore" Renee B. Florsheim Jack 8: Anne Ann Lucille 8: Vinny Sandy Goldin Neal P. Cortell Billy Fitzgerald J. Wolinsky Mort Goldberg Linda 8: Tony Charles E. Phillips Michael Winston Nancy Richardson Sheila Gillin Linda Miller David L. Dunn Mrs. Gertrude B. Kay A Friend Jerry Lennick Mrs. June Mitchell Mr. Leonidas Nickole Zack Miss Carolina Holland Mr. Gerald Kroeger BOOSTERS Joanne Kolodney Pat Hickey Donna Zacks Pat Davidson Meredith Russell Louis Lopez-Cepero Professor Catherine C. Perry Jack Le Blanc Joan Whitney Mike 8: Len Howie 8: Josie Pixie 8: Phyllis Margie 8: Jill Carl Schmider Michael Williams Rosemary Keefe Janet Strauss Barbara 8t Wayne Thomas D. Houchin Compliments of WHOS Mr. Kenneth Crannell Sue Hammel Two Friends Esther Silver Mr. 8: Mrs. Earl Ashworth George T. Nellos Dave Parnigoni Wendy Sue Mankowitz Mike Woodnick Beverley Brown Andrew Neil Guthrie Bunny Brinkley Ruth Kaplan Laura Jean Mashrick Phyllis 8: Norm Jeanne Gailey Edward G. Sylvester Gerry August Mrs. Clara Frazer Dr. Theodore Thass-Thienneman Congratulation Class of '59 From the Mayor Mr. 8: Mrs. Edward Darna Margi Cuttler Steve Frucht Mr. 8: Mrs. Edward Tayler Frank McCoy Mike 81 Linda 'IOI Bob Yacowych Harvey Skolnik Goldy 8: Bobbie Phil Amato Rose Khedouri Andrea Barison Bernie Sweet Bunny Fishman Ralph LaDestro Nancy Perko Sandy Cobin Phil Weiner Mr. 8: Mrs. Jerry Kay Charlotte Lawrence Robert D. Cassidy- Robert Mullen A Friend Barbara Behrman Jan Sebastian Robert Pettitt Judie 8z Mary Janie Sperberg Cindy Whalen Gordon R. Laite Roz Rappaport Francis L. O'Mara Anthony Van Riper Mike Daughn Diana Charles Al Savage Yogi Maar Bruce R. West Marina Galameaux Brenda Cohen Lenny Seyfarth Dick Lefeure Bruce Kent Martin Tierney Ross Burney C. Paul Bissonnette David Press Helaine Fightlin Debra Lazow Ellen Barnes Mr Henry Stonie Marion Weichsel Howard 81 Margie Paul 81 Myrnan Judy Horton 401 40' -61 '01' 40'7l01010N01'0-C71'01'01'0' -1-01 40" -40' Q I' B' 57 U Zig' I - Q c Q Q Q Q :I 5' if. 0 1: 2 SD X' -.Q-N2 g'4 N4 ,.. U5 O CD 'E 0-0 PQ C7 E? 2 3 2 S 3' 54 3 .3 "' 2 5 3 5 g'Q Q Q m U'4 -0- 13 5 11 1'-'S 521 Q -. O .U I 4 'D 'D I M " fb 'D Q m W '4 Q ay 5 cn 2. C O ' rn 1 as :J Q 2 .2 Q 11 3 C :U Z J fb -0- El: m 2 3 U b 'P 2, CD 8 -0- -. "' 2 2 '4 Q. -n fl? 5 -0 QR Q- O 5. 5 2 2. " N: 2 H Q Z g 8 S." o cn "' - " 5 29235 '- H' 'I m . I E59 Z QS 'G Q " 23 2 Q 9. 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THE FORENSIC COUNCIL extends its congratulations and best wishes to the graduating class of 1959 'I 201' 01'-01 40X 000000 x020f02f0v'0401 3 5 TO THE CLASS OF '59 3 Best Wishes from Howard Schwartz - President Robert Yacawych - Vice President S Jack Pierce - Secretary Al Savage - Treasurer Q David Potter - Athletic Representative Bruce West - Athletic Representative 3 Paul McKeown Athletic Director 3 "Education is an admirable thing, but it is well 5 to remember from time to time that nothing 5 that is worth knowing can be taught." Comphmenfs 5 -Wilde Q of the 9 BESTWISHES CHAPEL cHolR 3 from the 3 B E R K E L E Y B E A C O N Director - Robert Pettitt 5 President - Leonard Seyfarth 9 Editor-in-Chief - John V. Storoiev 5 Asslf Edifor .. Margery Lewis Secretary-Treasurer - Priscilla Larson Q Ass't Bus. 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ZU7 orgfi -.: PP 50-cn U14 Q-igrm "- I Z Q '0102 62101101 '0-'01 102 401 -C02 1-7 40' X7 "ls one picfure worfh 1000 words?" Emersonicln's say, Hubbard 2-2279 Hubbard 2-8356 ll ll YES! Emersonion Ccmdids Processed Here gm? Im. '1"I' AE :2'S :-E "5'- I1' my :': 'v" -:EE Eel I.'f P fE:ge,":E:Q'er:':Ei:Q: qrgbffag' C0mP'fmen'f F 1:" f 2-f- - -": 'H S an Q' 'W T ':':" r--vE' F 1 F, rerb ,. r'r-'., of F F S F "--.' "-. - vi . 'Q Euor FLOWER sHoP f V ,::,.-- JI, , ho foo e e2 2 AND sons nuconvoursn Nerf.- yqqfggl ' 1 ,:E, 1'-V COD!-Jrafulafions fo 265 A A ' F LIYHOGRAPHERS ' 55 THE CLASS OF '59 PRINTERS HZ? ,- 37 Jw -S from BINDERS 5333 HUL1' STUDIQ 31 JEFFERSON sr. if STAMFORD, coNN. "Every portroii on art siudy" A F 5 , S QM S? MELROSE, MASSACHUSETTS 'r:,: b,FS P F S SS F zf- E 5: 54152 L ' I .-f: 0 .:':F2.:F- -. g,E ,E f we .,F, -- ....-F ..,:F-- yr f ::.- rir r --,: --:: ---:: FF- W 910''-02171011020204f-0N0b'01C0S104C0N0217C7C02f02f0fG7f020N717C76P6147C0'b01C0N0N?47G0v6 116 STUDENT DIRETORY Aborn, Barbara, 158 Clinton Road, Brookline, Massachusetts Abrams, Linda B., 430 West Hudson Street, Long Beach, New York Adams, Jeremy S., 59 Warwick Drive, Westwood, Massachusetts Ahern, John J. Jr., 31 Arbutus Road, Worcester, Massachusetts Allaire, Susan J., Justin Road, Woodbridge, Connecticut Altobelli, Elena F., 732 Waverly Street, Framingham, Massachusetts Amato, Philip P., 42 Dakota Street, Dorchester, Massachusetts Andelman, Gerald S., 18 Brinsley Street, Dorcester 21, Massachusetts Arata, Robert E., 39 Neal Street, Portland, Maine Arkin, Susan B., 54 Quincy Avenue, Winthrop 52, Massachusetts Asch, Barry M., 2A Lime Street, Boston, Massachusetts August, Geraldine S., 17 Marbury Avenue, Pawtucket, Rhode Island Austin, Paul J., 82 Berkeley Street, Boston, Massachusetts Baker, Theodore M. Jr., Mount Zion Road, Marlboro, New York Barison, Andrea I., 927 Commonwealth Drive, Teaneck, New Jersey Barnes, Ellen H., 30 Puritan Drive, Warwick, Rhode Island Barnes, Stephen S., 27 Maplewood Avenue, Dobbs Ferry, New York Barron, M. Annette, 334 Yale Avenue, New Haven, Connecticut Beaulieu, Donald G., 32 Bellrose Street, Stafford, Connecticut Becker, Janice C., 200 South Street, Brookline 67, Massachusetts Behrman, Barbara A., 865 Boulevard, Westfield, New Jersey Belostock, Maxine L., 178 Broad Street, Portsmouth, New Hampshire Bender, Leonard M., 128 Fifth Street, Stamford, Connecticut Berger, Janet G., 2807 Quentin Road, Brooklyn 29, New York Berman, Richard B., 26 Alwin Street, Hyde Park 36, Massachusetts Bernhardt, Sarah L., 354 47th Street N.W., Canton, Ohio Bernstein, Sheila M., 8 School Street, Beverly, Massachusetts Biederman, Phyllis S., 151 Tesiny Avenue, Bridgeport, Connecticut Binder, Roberta D., 20 Laurel Road, Milton 87, Massachusetts Bissonnette, Conrad P., 61 Jewett Street, Manchester, New Hampshire Black, Anne S., 1300 Orchard Terrace, Linden, New Jersey Blake, Edward C., 163 Sylvester Street, Manchester, New Hampshire Borrelli, Anthony W. Jr., 86 Bromfield Street, Lawrence, Massachusetts Borsuk, Frances R., 523 West Beech Street, Long Beach, New York Boyne, Gerald J., Piermont, New York Brauer, Robert F., 1972 Oakwood Parkway, Union, New Jersey Brenner, Eleanor, 311 Claremont Avenue, Montclair, New Jersey Brinkley, Bernice C., 122 South 12th Street, Newark, New Jersey Brown, Beverley L., 1070 Anderson Avenue, Bronx 52, New York Bruder, Michael A., 511 Union Street, Lebanon, Pennsylvania Buffington, Sidney L., 1014 Meridan Street, Fall River, Massachusetts Buglio, Anthony A., 139 Rankin Avenue, Providence 8, Rhode Island Burney, Ross F., 1999 Commonwealth Avenue, Brighton 35, Massachusetts Burns, Robert A., R.F.D. 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Vernon, New York Duncan, Thomas E., Serenola, Route 4, Gainesville, Florida Dunn, David L., 916 Dumont Avenue, Brooklyn, New York Dwyer, Joseph E., Jr., 6 Medway Street, Dorchester, Massachusetts Earley, George E., S0 Oak Street, Newburyport, Massachusetts Eastman, Carl, 147 Union Street, East Bridgewater, Massachusetts Ely, John J., 220 South Main Street, Cheshire, Connecticut Enstrom, Mrs. Daly H., 45 Pinckney Street, Boston, Massachusetts Espinola, Judith C., 225 Alabama Avenue, Providence 5, Rhode Island Ettinger, Mrs. Charlotte, 51 Auburndale Avenue, Marblehead, Massachusetts Fatherly, Richard W., 9 Point O'Woods South, Darien, Connecticut Fields, Jacqueline E., 22 Chevy Chase Drive, Amityville, New York Fightlin, Helaine, 243 Petrose Circle, Orange, Connecticut Fisher, Marlene L., 1430 Walnut Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Fisher, Alice R., 301 East 66th Street, New York 21, New York Fishman, Arlene H., 419 Brook Avenue, Passaic, New Jersey Fitzgerald, William, 923 East Broadway, South Boston, Massachusetts Florsheim, Renee B., 100 Park Terrace West, New York 34, New York Flynn, George A., 2722 Academy Road, Union, New Jersey Flynn, John I., 42 Colberg Avenue, Roslindale 31, Massachusetts Frank, Daniel, 270 Norfolk Street, Dorchester 26, Massachusetts Frazin, Suzanne M., 94 South Munn Avenue, East Orange, New Jersey Freedman, Linda M., 95 Bradley Avenue, Meriden, Connecticut Freedman, Sandra I., 46 Cromwell Place, Sea Clilf, L. I., New York Friedman, Murray A., 34 Preston Drive, Cranston 10, Rhode Island Frucht, Stephen J., 284 17th Avenue, Paterson, New Jersey Fuchs, Richard P., 103 Lelferts Road, Yonkers, New York Gage, Bradford S., 30 Sheraton Avenue, South Braintree 85, Massachusetts Gailey, Jeanne E., 45 Bridgton Road, Westbrook, Maine Galarneaux, Mrs. Marina, 34 Franklin Street, East Milton, Massachusetts Gallant, Maryann, 2434 Chicago Street, San Diego, California Gans, Pamela E., Lonetown Road, West Redding, Connecticut Gantz, Barbara L., 1660 23rd Street, Wyandotte, Michigan Garfi, John J., 28 Springfield, Lawrence, Massachusetts Gassman, Arlene B., 111 Westwood Circle, Roslyn Heights, New York Geotis, Dorothy, 11 Bowdoin Street, Arlington 74, Massachusetts Ghostlaw, Mrs. Beverly E., 105 Cutter Hill Road, Arlington 74, Mass. Gianino, Shirley B., 51 Davis Road, Belmont, Massachusetts Gillin, Sheila J., 218 Summer Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Gilman, Richard S., 31 St. Paul Street, Brookline 46, Massachusetts Gisser, Meryl A., 346 Ocean Avenue, Lakewood, New Jersey Gitlin, Howard L., 97 Hillside Road, West Hartford, Connecticut Giunta, Paul D., 1 Aberdeen Court, Cambridge 38, Massachusetts Glass, Richard M., 270 North Broadway, Yonkers, New York Goldberg, Felice M., 600 West 239th Street, New York 63, New York Goldberg, Morton 20 Puritan Park, Swampscott, Massachusetts Goldin, Sandra, 399 Passaic Street, Hackensack, New Jersey Goodman, Lona I-I., 717 Bryn Mawr Avenue, Marberth, Pennsylvania Goodwill, John C., 47 Proctor Road, South Chelmsford, Massachusetts Grassman, Gerald C., 104 Lynbrook Circle, DeWitt 14, New York Green, Stephen J., 36 Floyd Street, Dorchester, Massachusetts Greenbaum, Linda D., 236 Scranton Avenue, Lynbrook, New York Greenberg, David J., 104 Webster Street, Haverhill, Massachusetts Greenberg, Lila S., 225 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn 38, New York Greene, Gary G., Bellevue Hospital, 30th Street and First Avenue, N. Y. Greenhill, Peter A., 31 Lexington Avenue, Mt. Vernon, New York Greenman, Robert S., 4272 Medford Avenue, Brooklyn, New York Gregoire, Bernard F., 21 Spring Street, Whitinsville, Massachusetts Grier, Patricia T., 184 East 93rd Street, New York 28, New York Guthrie, Andrew N., 68 Luzern Road, Dobbs Ferry, New York Hamlin, Wayne K., Cedar Knolls, R.F.D. 1, New Milford, Connecticut 118 Hammel, Susan S., 961 East 24th Street, Brooklyn 10, New York Harris, Robert H., 11 Fern Street, Auburndale 66, Massachusetts Hartman, Ann F., 239 Barrett Road, Lawrence, New York Haskell, Ivan H., 700 West 176th Street, New York 33, New York Hatounian, Barbara, 14 The Hemlocks, Roslyn Estates, L. I., New York Hayes, Paul J., 162 West Canton Street, Boston, Massachusetts Hayman, Richard B., 22 Railroad Avenue, Beverly, Massachusetts Healy, Jeanne A., 96 Atkinson Street, Bellow Falls, Vermont Healy, Thomas M., 105 State Street, Newburyport, Massachusetts Heldman, Lloyd P., Wildwood, Cumberland Foreside, Maine Herne, Raymond P., 71 Gouvernors Road, Milton 86, Massachusetts Herschberg, David J., 58 Dahill Road, Brooklyn 18, New York Hickey, Francis J., 270 Winthrop Street, Medford 55, Massachusetts Hill, James M., Paradise Road, Ipswich, Massachusetts Hillman, Janice E., 12 Lochness Road, Rumford, Maine Hillson, Harold H., 116 Sutherland Road, Brighton 35, Massachusetts Hines, John J., 240 Main Street, Port Monmouth, New Jersey I-Iirschl, Elaine F., 151-01 84 Drive, Jamaica 32, New York Hoffman, Joan G., 34 Havelock Road, Worcester 2, Massachusetts Hopkins, Joan B., P.O. Box 55, Rumford Point, Maine Horton, Judith F., 375 Highland Avenue, Englewood, New Jersey Houle, Bertrand P., 308 Granite Street, Manchester, New Hampshire Iacoviello, Louis, 144 Broadway, Chelsea, Massachusetts Jaffe, Lois M., 6 Vista Avenue, Leominster, Massachusetts Jarvis, Lynville W., R.F.D. 1, Chester, Vermont Johnson, Alma V., 509 11th Avenue North, Birmingham, Alabama Johnson, Brenda C., 18 Tyler Avenue, West Medford, Massachusetts Johnson, Richard P., 83 High Street, Ipswich, Massachusetts Kaplan, Rochelle, 740 Morton Street, Mattapan 26, Massachusetts Karagias, Angeline, 921 Cole Drive, Brielle, New Jersey Karim, Mohammed F., 564 Loring Avenue, Salem, Massachusetts Kay, Gerard A., Jr., 117 South Street, Fairfield, Connecticut Keefe, Richard K., 27 Allston Street, Lawrence, Massachusetts Keefe, Rosemary V., 11 Harnden Road, Malden 48, Massachusetts Keery, Linda E., 80 Vista Avenue, Bradford, Pennsylvania Kelley, Paul E., 74 Crescent Avenue, Lynnfield Center, Massachusetts Kemp, Sharon C., 1015 East 5th Street, Duluth 5, Minnesota Kent, Bruce I., 515 West End Avenue, New York, New York Ketover, Joanne, 62 Edgewood Way, New Haven, Connecticut Khedouri, Rose, 165 Ocean Avenue, Deal, New Jersey Kia, Behrooz, 33 Shirzad Street, Pahlovi Avenue, Teheran, Iran Kidney, Elizabeth A., 41 Fourth Street, Dover, New Hampshire Kilfoyle, Richard, J., 49 Boston Street, Somerville 43, Massachusetts Kley, Linda B., Hampton Ridge, R.F.D. 2, Peekskill, New York Kohler, Francis X., 31 Elijah Street, Woburn, Massachusetts Koller, Thomas T., 9 Martin Road, Wellesley 81, Massachusetts Kolodney, Joanne S., 1584 Stanley Street, New Britain, Connecticut Kozlowski, John R., 71 Woodlawn Avenue, Chelsea 50, Massachusetts Krass, Edward N., 191 Babcock Street, Brookline 46, Massachusetts Kreisberg, George K., 247 East Bayview Avenue, Merrick, New York Krute, Sheila, 29 Mt. 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Agathe des Monts, Quebec, Canada Laite, Gordon R., 32 Irving Street, Boston, Massachusetts Lalock, Lynne C., 35 Seabrook Street, Buffalo 7, New York Lane, Ann M., 55 Robert Road, Marblehead, Massachusetts Larson, Priscilla A., 55 Wightman Street, Lowell, Massachusetts Latimer, Melody, 435 Webster Avenue, New Rochelle, New York Launsbeck, Judith D., 103 Rockford Drive, Syracuse 3, New York Lawrence, Charlotte G., 1617 Hibiscus Avenue, Winter Park, Florida Lazow, Debora, 199 Main Street, Matawan, New Jersey Le Blanc, John C., 217 Groveland Street, Haverhill, Massachusetts Lefevre, Richard H., 16 Lakeview Street, East Hampton, Connecticut Lennick, Gerald S., 108 Lyme Street, Malden 48, Massachusetts Letourneau, Roger R., Monadnock Street, Troy, New Hampshire Levin, Macey, 9 Ridgemont Street, Brighton 35, Massachusetts Levine, Jane D., 37 Chestnut Hill Terrace, Chestnut Hill 67, Massachusetts Levine, Nancy R., 35 Haynes Road, Newton Center, Massachusetts Legy, Sandra R., 43 Rotch Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Lewg, Margery A., 418 Lovell Street, Worcester 2, Massachusetts Lewis, Richard J., 7 Well Avenue, Danbury, Connecticut Liberatore, Janet A., 132 Grove Street, West Roxbury, Massachusetts Lichtenbury, Evalee, 6105 Boulevard, East, West New York, New Jersey Lieberman, Myrna J., 85 Strong Street, Newark 68, New York Lightbown, Susan E., 241 North Benson Road, Fairfield, Connecticut Lingley, John R.. Jr., 19 Greenfield Street, Brockton 46, Massachusetts Litch, Ellana R., 553 Prospect Street, Westfield, New Jersey Litrleneld, Ruth M., Bethany Woods, Bethany 15, Connecticut Lopez4Cepero, Louis J., 25 Birchwood Circle, Fairfield, Connecticut Lovett, Mrs. Nancy T., 1118 Commonwealth Avenue, Brookline, Mass. Maar, Robert F., 5555 Netherland Avenue, New York 71, New York MacLean, Peter D., 34 Torrey Street, Dorchester, Massachusetts Mandel, Barry J., 526 Twin Oaks Road, Union, New Jersey Mankowitz, Wendy S., 134 Clark Street, Hillside 5, New Jersey Mann, Daniel B., 5 Dean Road, Marblehead, Massachusetts Marcus, Mrs. Janice R,, 61 Anderson Street, Boston, Massachusetts Marget, Roberta, 19 Dunbarton Road, Belmont 78, Massachusetts Margulies, Mrs. Vivian, 7 Miner Street, Boston, Massachusetts Markis, George, 24 Hoyt Street, Stamford, Connecticut Marques, John E., 207 Follen Road, Lexington 73, Massachusetts Martin, Edward M., 22 Cotting Street, Medford 55, Massachusetts Mashrick, Laura-Jean, 37 Century Lane, Milton 86, Massachusetts May, Virginia, Main Street, Townsend, Massachusetts Mason, Roberta E., 15 Elmwood Street, Fisherville, Massachusetts McCarthy, John F., 20 Nathaniel Street, Riverside, Rhode Island McCoy, Francis J., 20 Houghton Street, West Lynn, Massachusetts McElroy, Suzanne A., 45 Frances Street, Needham, Massachusetts McGee, William J., 13 Tremont Street, Marlboro, Massachusetts McHaHey, Robert H., 71-19 67th Place, Glendale 27, New York Mclntire, Mary P., 68 Langdon Avenue, Watertown 72, Massachusetts McKeown, Paul J., 10 Pearl Harbor Road, Framingham, Massachusetts McLernon, Richard, New Ipswich, New Hampshire McNurney, Barbara'iH., 98 West Central Street, Natick, Massachusetts Merrill, Pamela, 206 Mayfair Road, Nashville 5, Tennessee Meservey, George, Jr., Sisson Road, Harwich, Massachusetts Miller, Linda A., 919 East 24th Street, Brooklyn 10, New York Miller, Nancy E., Main Street, Norwell, Massachusetts Miller, Richard I-I., 52 Jaqui Avenue, Morris Plains, New Jersey Mlotok, Bernardine, 450 East 34th Street, Paterson 4, New Jersey Montag, Joyce, 2 Hackfeld Road, Worcester, Massachusetts Moran, Donald W., 392 Market Street, Kingston, Pennsylvania Morgan Harry W., 2556 Doris Avenue, Union, New Jersey Mullen, Robert W., 21 Marlboro Street, Newton 58, Massachusetts Murray, Charles R., 79D Memorial Drive, East Weymouth, Massachusetts Musone, Frank P., 18 University Drive, Fairfield, Connecticut Musto, Vincent M., 97 Endicott Street, Boston, Massachusetts Naito, Mrs. Chiyo, 149 Kagomachi, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, Japan Nellos, George T., 4 Diakou Street, Pyrgos, Greece Nelson, Beverly G., 132 Newton Avenue North, Worcester, Massachusetts Nelson, Linton L., 1829 East 40th Street, Cleveland 3, Ohio Nesbitt, Richard J., 1035 Union Street, Brooklyn, New York Noel, Yvonne P. 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Gail, 44 Hillcrest Parkway, Winchester, Massachusetts Strauss, Elinor, 407 Lockwood Road, Fairfield, Connecticut Strauss, Janet S., 407 Lockwood Road, Fairheld, Connecticut Strauss, Paula J., 402 Homestead Road, La Grange, Illinois Stulik, Lincoln, 72 Larchmont Avenue, Larchmont, New York Svenning, Lee A., Georgian Lane, Darien, Connecticut Sweet, Bernard A., 54 Lowden Street, Pawtucket, Rhode Island Swick, Selma D., 64 Marian Road, Fairfield, Connecticut Swift, Charles 83 Hillcrest Road, Windsor, Connecticut Sylvester, Edward G., 5 Wiget Street, Boston, Massachusetts Tabolsky, Marvin R., 32 Woolson Street, Mattapan 26, Massachusetts Taub, William S., 141-04 70 Road, Flushing 67, New York Taylor, Edward MCE., 11 Church Street, Schnectady, New York Teitelbaum, Arthur M., 12-18 Alexander Avenue, Fairlawn, New Jersey Thompson, Mrs. Martha R., 15 Fuller Terrace, Swampscotr, Massachusetts Tierney, Martin S., Greenlawn Road, Huntington, New York Titus, Edward G., Box 1914, Anchorage, Alaska . 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