Emerson College - Emersonian Yearbook (Boston, MA)

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NAME Your name is the Hallmark of your achievements. Place it here with Pride and wear it always with Honor. Herein Lies The Story . . . Chapter I Preface 5 The College 6 Dedication From Dr. McKinley 8 Chapter II Faculty and Administration 10 Chapter III Senior Officers and Who ’s Who 34 Graduating Class 35 Chapter IV Underclassmen 58 Student Government 64 Chapter V Co-ordinating Organizations 66 Religious Organizations 67 Fraternities and Sororities 68 Speech 74 Literary Organizations 76 Psychology Club and Singing Choir 77 Broadcasting 78 Speech Pathology anti Audiology 80 Theatre Arts 82 Steam, Sports 84 Night School 87 Summer School 88 Staff 90 Moments to Remember 92 Words from the Wise 93 Montage 94 Advertisements 102 Chapter VI Direc tory I I 6 4 PREFACE Each year, it becomes the task of the graduating class to appraise itself in the preface of the Emersonian. Too often, this appraisal has concerned itself with the conquering of the world beyond Beacon Street. Too often, the graduat- ing class has believed itself, by virtue of its four years at Emerson, to be the logical successors to the leaders of that world beyond Beacon Street. Each year, the graduating class seems to forget that, for the most part, the world selects its leaders from the numberless ranks of followers who have been doing their jobs to the best of their ability. Let this be our appraisal and our pledge. We, the graduating class of 1961, realize that we are replacing the formal education of Emerson with the more demanding education of the world beyond Beacon Street. We are aware that our new instructors are not the gentle profes- sors of Emerson, but, rather, the stern taskmasters of the world, interested in performance, not potential. Knowing this, we pledge ourselves to this new area of learning. Further, we acept the position of follower, until we have learned to be leaders. If, then, we are found to be fit for the job of leading, we will accept it with humility toward those who have trained and guided us, and with the understanding which this leadership requires. David Richard Savoy 5 TO GROW IS TO LEARN 6 DEDICATION The face on this page explains, visually, the thought behind our dedication. It is the countenance of a gentle man. It is a visage which, in every curve and line, states, try to understand. From this man we have come to understand. We have realized that we are not " the be all and end all of existence”. Through him we have come to understand that ours is the job of questioning. We cannot simply assume that all of the answers have been given us within these walls and that w 7 e need only enter the w ' orld, expound what we have been taught and sit back to reap the profits of our sown words. Instead, it is our job to try to understand the successes and failures of those who have gone before us and to measure our successes and failures, not by the size of our bank accounts, but, by what we have been able to add to the sum of the world’s knowledge. Within us is the ability to try to improve or destroy the world. Within us is the power to construc- tively shape or damnably warp the minds and bodies or our contemporaries and successors. Therefore, we dedicate not this book, which after all is the efforts of a few, rather, we dedicate our minds and the good they may do in the world, to a man who has helped us to try to understand, Doctor Theodore Thass-Thienneman. 7 Dear Emersonians: It is my happy privilege to speak in the name of all of the thousands of members of our College Family in greeting the Class of 1961 and extending congratulations and good wishes to each member as you approach the end of your period of undergraduate study and development. In the past four years the Class of 1961 has had an increasing influence in our campus life. You have now handed your positions of campus leadership and, as an alumni class, will begin building your influence and leadership in the College as a w’hole. As the years go on you will assume more responsibility in alumni activities, you will supply members of the Corporation and Board of Trustees, some of you will return to the campus as members of the faculty and administration. The world of change in which you and your children will live offers a constant and increasing challenge to individual growth and development. Our Double Decade program affirms that we, as a College, are accepting that chal- lenge. We feel that your twentieth reunion will prove that you, as a class and as individuals, have responded nobly to the challenge. Happiness is something that accompanies the balanced use of your capacity for intellectual, emotional and physical activity. I could wish you no better fortune than to always have worthwhile achievable goals; goals which are within your reach but for which you must stretch to achieve. But in a society with so many dynamic forces this implies a lifetime of study; study of new ways of doing things, study of the new knowledge of how things work to be provided by the physical and social sciences and, ever more important, study and thought about what is worth doing. We who remain on campus will miss you and look forward to your letters and return visits. But please remember that even when all of us have left the campus, your College is in a very real sense your home. No matter where you live or how long you live, it is here you will always find those who arc interested in you, concerned with your sorrows and rejoicing in your successes and sharing with you many interests and worth while goals. Sincerely yours, s. Justus McKinley President of Emerson College Able, well-directed leadership is the parent of progress. In the past four years, the Senior Class has come to realize and recognize the strong capabilities of S. Justus Mc- Kinley, President of Emerson College, as he has guided us and this institution to the status we now hold. But he will be remembered by the class for more than the increased physical plant. We will remember that he was never so busy that he would not take time out to talk to us as Freshman, to learn our names and to make us feel a part of the " Emerson Family”. We will remember that his door is always open, both at school and at home. His advice and council freely given. We will remember his abiding interest in all of us; his concern for our growth and development. We thank him for his loyalty and belief in us, and the Emerson system of education from which we have gained so much in four short years. We thank him here, secure in the knowledge that we are trained for today and prepared for tomorrow. 10 DR. RICHARD D. PIERCE Dean of Emerson College The task of becoming a teacher, who is more than an instructor, is not a simple problem. The ability to develop incentive where none exists; to stimulate curiosity where there is only slight interest, is not an inborn talent. It comes from years of experience dedicated to the minds of the young. We find this in Dr. Richard D. Pierce. Add to the task of teaching, the innumerable duties of the Dean of Emerson College, and you will find a full day in the life of a busy man. Add to these things a dry New England wit, a wealth of knowledge and a devotion to the Emerson Family, and we find that the Class of 1961 has much for which to thank Dean Richard D. Pierce. 11 MRS. RUTH SOUTHWICK MAXFIELD Counsellor of Women The pictures above these words represent more than individuals. They are vivid illustrations of service above self — a life dedicated to the molding of other individuals so that their lives may be that much more rewarding. These are our confidants, guides, and most important — our friends. The very nature of the Emerson system of education demands that it be comprised of individuals, each seeking through the expressiveness of the Speech Arts, his or her individual end. We have come to Beacon Street, each representing one among the many; and now we leave Beacon Street, still one among the many. We are more strongly bent towards our owm end; we are more individual in thought and deed. Yet, if we pause for a moment of retrospection, we find that within the individual a unity has been molded. Our thoughts are more concise, our objective more clear. The play ' s the thing wherein I’ll catch the conscience of the class.” 12 MR. HARRY N. NICKERSON, JR. Counsellor of Men And if, during this pause, we look about us, we will realize that the individual has been molded further. We have been shaped into a working member of the Class and the Family. The individual has become a unit. What was action for the one, has now become action for the many. For Mrs. Ruth Southwick Maxfield and Mr. Harry N. Nickerson, Jr., a word of " thanks” is not enough. We must now prove ourselves worthy of their patience and kindness, their guidance and friendship. This can not be effected today; it must wait for tomorrow, when, still as individuals, we can work as one among the many for the benefit of all and to the everlasting credit of those to whom we owe so much — Mrs. Ruth Southwick Maxfield and Mr. Harry N. Nickerson, Jr. " This will never replace I.B.M.” 13 COUNSELLORS Mr. William Ferrara " See? It wasn ' t so bad after all!” Miss Edna Ward Would ) ou believe it? I’ve got a problem!” Miss Bernadette MacPherson ’’Good evening Ed, you’re early!” 14 Mr. Tandy Sullivan " You see fellows, we don’t use a couch . . . !” ADMINISTRATION Mr. Harry N. Nickerson, Jr. Director of Admissions Mrs. Clara Fraser Registrar Miss Philomena Ferrara Bursar Mr. Roger Wilder Business Manager 15 Miss Joan Whitney Director of Placement Miss Joan Wallent Assistant to Director of Admissions Mr. John Chase Director of Alumni Relations Mrs. Clara J. MacMillan Secretary to the President mv K Mr. Anthony Van Riper Public Relations Director Mrs. Florence Howes, Mrs. Agnes Powers Housemothers Mrs. Leah Scott Director of Alumni Records Mrs. Mary Stuputas Bookstore 18 Mrs. Joan Cumiskey Mailing Office Supervisor Cafeteria Staff 19 BROADCASTING STUART A. POSTLE Chairman Oberlin, A.B. Ohio Wesleyan, M.A. Syracuse, M.A., Ph.D. THOMAS COVEY University of Virginia CONRAD PAPPAS JAMESON Boston College, A.B. Boston State Teachers College, Ed.M. GERALD W. KROEGER Monkato State College, B.S. Ohio Wesleyan, M.A. GEORGE MATSON University of Massachusetts Boston University, B.A. Emerson College, M.A. CHARLES E. PHILLIPS University of Illinois, B.S., M.Ed. 20 GILBERT N. SULLIVAN Boston University, A. A. EDUCATION WILLIAM FERRARA Rhode Island College, Ed.B. Boston University, Ed.M. Emerson College EDNA M. WARD Emerson College, B. A. Tufts University, M.Ed. ENGLISH RUTH SOUTHWICK MAXFIELD Chairman Emerson College, B.L.I., A.M. Boston University, A.M. REV. ARTHUR B. JELLIS Tufts, A. B., B.D. Harvard University 21 CHARLOTTE LINDGREN Boston University, A.B., A M. john j. McCaffrey Suffolk, B.A. BETTY MORRIS Emerson College, B.L.I. ELLA M. MURPHY Smith, A.B. Wisconsin, A M. Iowa State, Ph.D. HARRY N. NICKERSON, JR. Bridgewater State Teachers College, B.S. in Ed. Emerson College, M.A. ELLIOT NORTON Harvard University, A.B. Emerson College, A M. Suffolk, D. Jour. 22 HORACE REYNOLDS Harvard University, A.B., A.M. HAROLD W. SMITH Harvard University, B.A., M.A. Cambridge University ANTHONY T. VAN RIPER University of Arizona, B.A. Boston University, A.M. STANLEY M. VOGEL New York University, A.B. Yale, A.B., Ph.D. FINE ARTS C. HUGH GIESE Emerson College, B.A. Boston University, A.M. ROBERT PETTITT Boston University, B.Mus., M.Mus. 23 LANGUAGES DOROTHY H PARKHURST Chairman Antioch, A.B. Boston University, Emerson College, A.M. New York University, Ph.D. Sorbonne. Diplome d ' Etudes Superieures JOAN EVANS DeALONSO Newnham College, Cambridge University of Madrid University of Buenos Aires ESOR BEN-SOREK Boston University, B.S., M.A. New York University, B.S., M.A. Diplome Universiti de Poitiers, France JOHN S. WYETH Harvard University, A.B. Middlebury College, A.M. PHILOSOPHY TAYLOR E. ROTH Denison University, B.A. Andover Newton Theological School, B.D. 24 PHYSICAL EDUCATION ANNE CULLITY ALBERT PESSO Bennington College Davis and Elkins College PSYCHOLOGY THEODORE THASS-THIENNEMAN University of Budapest, Ph.D. University of Leipzig University of Paris HAROLD J. WILSON Notre Dame, A B. University of Chicago, M.A. University of Ottawa, Ph.D. SOCIAL SCIENCES RICHARD D. PIERCE Chairman University of New Hampshire, A.B. Andover Theological, B.D. Simmons, S.B. in L.S. Emerson College, A M. Harvard University, S.T.M. Boston University, Ph.D. david r. McConnell Ohio State University Manchester College, A.B. Bethany Newton Theological School, M.R.E. Boston University 25 FLORENCE P. PETHERICK Calvin Coolidge, A.B. Boston University, A.M., Ph D. PETER F. SMITH Colgate University Denison University, B.A. Harvard Divinity Harvard University, A.M. HENRY JON STONIE Northeastern University, B.A. Newton Theological, B.D. Boston University, A.M. ROGER W. ARNOLD Tufts University, A.B., A.M. SCIENCE 26 SPEECH COLEMAN C. BENDER Chairman Pennsylvania State University, A.B., A M. University of Illinois, Ph.D. KENNETH C. CRANNELL Emerson College, B.A., M.A. BERNADETTE MacPHERSON North Adams State Teacher’s College Boston University Emerson College, B.L.I. HAIG DER MARDEROSIAN Emerson College, B.L.I., M.S. 27 MARION J. MITCHELL Emerson College, B.L.I., M.A., A.M. JOHN ZORN Emerson College, B.L.I., A.M. Boston University, Ed.M. SPEECH PATHOLOGY AND AUDIOLOGY MARY DOEHEER New Jersey State Teacher’s College for Women, B.A. Emerson College, A M. AUDREY L. HOLLAND University of Pittsburgh, B.S., M S., Ph D. 28 GRACE KENNEDY Salem State Teacher’s College, B.S. Emerson College, M.A. CHARLES J. KLIM Emerson College, A.B., M.A. University of Pittsburgh, Ph.D. DAVID LUTERMAN Brooklyn College, B.A. Pennsylvania State University, M.S., D. Ed. JAY MELROSE Queens College; B.A. University of Illinois, M.A., Ph.D. THEATRE ARTS O LEONIDAS NICKOLE Chairman Emerson College, B.A. Columbia University, A M RICHARD E. ARNOLD Bob Jones University Belleville Junior College Florida State College University of Washington, B.A. Columbia University Union Theological Seminary JOHN CHASE Emerson College, B.A. ANNE CLAPP Smith College, A.B. Yale University, M.F.A. STANLEY T. FUDALA Boston University, B.F.A. GERTRUDE BINLEY KAY Emerson College, A M. 30 BARBARA B. MATHESON Boston University HARRY W. MORGAN Emerson College, B.S. JACK STEIN Emerson, S.M.O. WILLIAM VAN LENNEP Harvard University, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 31 " The quiet before the storm!” " Ho-hum, it can’t last forever!” " Pardon our dust, we’re moving ahead!” " Even our faculty has fun!” " Just double park, everyone does.” AROUND THE CAMPUS " But, my exams were rough!” 32 I5 (I F ji ' .a ' arr JiuL: ■ » - ■ -■ i V - j| iiikTIsl m. . ;: JJ BE CLASS OFFICERS Judie Espinola President Gerry Grassman T reasurer Mel Simons Vice-President Eleanor Brenner Secretary WHO ' S WHO AMONGST STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES Francis O ' Mara, Jr.; Bruce Kent; Robert Arata; Sara-Ann Rosner; Donna Zolov; Judith Espinola; John Goodwill; Louis Lopez-Cepero. Missing: Carl Eastman. ELENA F. ALTOBELLI " Ellie” B A. Speech Pathology " A precious jewel” ... a " new” personality . . . the Commuters’ Club . . . Let’s go out for pizza ... all the way to Framing- ham?” . . . studied English in Western Civ . . . the parties at 11 and 71! ... from the wine cellar to heaven. Activities: Zeta Phi Eta 2, 3, 4. Cameo Reporter 4: Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4: Newman 1: Berkeley Beacon 1, 4: Emer- sonian 4: Choir 1 , 3, 4: Librarian 4; Dean’s List 3. ROBERT EUGENE ARATA " Bob” B.A. Broadcasting and English " But Freud said — ” . . . from Boston to Portland with the U.S. Army . . . confident . . . capable . . . " With a Song in My Heart.” Activities: Rho Delta Omega 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Newman 2, 3, 4: Berkeley Beacon 2; WERS 4: WECB 2, 3: Debate 2: Choir 2, 3, 4, President 4: Public Productions 3; Librarian 4; Psychology Club 2, 3, Vice-President 3, President 4; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. GERALDINE SANDRA AUGUST " Gerry” B.A. S peech Pathology Quiet and demure . . . sweetness personified . . . glow from a bright red sun . . . " Where’s the peanut butter and jelly?” Activities: Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, 4, Historian-Sargent at Arms 3; Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; Debate 1, 2; Forensic Coun- cil 2. THEODORE M. BAKER " Ted” B.S. Broadcasting " Hello, Ted” . . . " Generally, a good job” . . . " See me please” . . . " That is a problem, isn ' t it?” . . . " Stealing records, I won’t have it!” . . . " Why don’t you see Don about that? " . . . lives on a farm . . . part of the equipment at WERS . . . never too busy to listen. Activities: S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4; WERS 3, 4; Choric Speech 1 , 2, 3. 35 DONALD G. BEAULIEU " Sam " B.S. Theatre Arts Verbal pearls in a string of wit ... a combination of Commedia and Kabuki . " And if 1 laugh at any mortal thing, t is that 1 may not weep " he may not always say what you have him say. but no one is impregnable to his vast perception and terse sensitivity. Activities: Phi Alpha Tan 3, 4: Public Productions 2, 3, 4; Scholarship 3. 4- ROBERTA DOROTHY BINDER " Bobbi” B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Piano pin . . . " I ' m staying at your apartment girls! " . . . com- muter ' s club . . . Storyville ... " A party — where? " Activities: Zeta Phi Eta 4: Hillel 1, 2, 4; WERS 1; WECB 1; Emersonian 4; Psychology 4- ELEANOR BRENNER " Elbe” B.S. Speech Pathology Emerson’s " Boo-Boo-Be-Doop” girl . . . " What’s a manic de- pressive? " . . . " Want to play spite and malice? I’m champion” refinement plus a warm charm ... a good and understand- ing friend. Activities: Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4: Cheer- leader 1. 2, 3, Captain 2, 3; Hillel 1; Emersonian 4; Dorm Council 2, Secretary 2: Class Officer , Secretary 3, 4- BERNICE CLARA BRINKLEY " Bunny” B.A. Speech Pathology Hey, my pupil showed up” ... " I got another trophy from Ken’ " Guess what, it’s time to pay dues again” . . . " Maybe now I can afford to go home” . . . personality with a capital P. Actiiities: Zeta Phi Eta 2, 3, 4. Treasurer 3, 4: Sigma Alpha Eta L 4: S.C.A. 1 , 2; Inter -Eaith Council 2; Dorm Council 2, 3. 4, Treasurer 2. President 3. 4- 36 1 ANTHONY BUGLIO Tony” B.S. Theatre Arts " Well, where have you been?” . . . changes his residence every month ... an expert on Boston’s restaurants . . . " Oh, really?” . . . Scenic designer . . . Loyal Rhode Islander. Activities: Alpha Pi Theta 2, 3, 4, Historian 3; Hillel 1; Ber- keley Beacon 1; Public Productions 1,2,3, 4 • RICHARD HERBERT BURTON " Sonny” B.A. History " Has anyone got a Camel?” . . . Carrot Top . . . quiet . . . punctual ... a regular fireman . . . good spirits and an even disposition . . . concern for the next man . . . considerate. Activities: Rho Delta Omega 2, 3, 4, Pledgemaster 3, Recording Secretary 4: Athletic Association, Treasurer 3: Baseball 2, 3; S.C.A. 2, 3, 4: Berkeley Beacon 4: WERS 2, 3, 4: WECB 1, 2; Scholarship 2, 3, 4: Dean’s List 1 , 2. NANCY KING CARMAN " Nance” B.S. Broadcasting Lo Fern John Frankenheimer . . . Creativity the Keynote . . . " Really, Roomo, hot dogs again?” . . . small town in upstate New York, ironically called Trumansburg . . . calm with an occassional " beans”. Activities: S.C.A. 3, 4: WERS 4: Stevens College 1 ,2. ANNE CAVANAUGH " Annie” B.A. Speech Pathology Jack’s " Dream Girl” . . . " Let’s buy something practical ... a stuffed lion?” . . . the Commuters’ Club ... a sloppy locker mate! . . . she has one . . . no lix . . . red blotches of nervousness . . . the Black Plague killed V 3 of the population. Activities: Zeta Phi Eta 2, 3, 4, Historian 3, President 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4, Recording Secretary 4; Pan-Hellenic Council Secretary-Treasurer 4; Newman 1, 2, 4, Vice-President 2; WECB 1; Choric Speech l, Secretary 2; Librarian 2, 3; Rho Delta Omega Dream Girl 2. 37 MARION FRAIDA COHEN " Maidie” B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Quiet . . . midnight cha-cha lessons . . . " Ya” . . . first in the chow line . . . neatness. Activities: Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Cheerleader 1: Hill el 1. ELAINE CRANSHAW B.A. English Have Miss Cranshaw’s workbooks come in yet?” . . . HAL! . . . I need an English teacher " . . . marriage and happiness — HAL! ... " I wish I could graduate at 21 " . . . the third annual Bohemian party — dress optional . . . anyone can survive with only 5 hours sleep . . . the Commuters’ Club. Activities: Zeta Phi Eta 2, 3, 4, Pledge Master 3, Recording Secretary 4: S.C.A. 1; Scribe 3; Berkley Beacon 4; WERS 1, 2; WECB 1, 2; Choir 1, 2; Librarian 3; Dean’s List 1, 2, 3. THOMAS PAUL DeSIMONE B.A. Theatre Arts Cornicopia of kindness . . . the Tin Man cometh . . . his eyes smile ... " I see the world through the eyes of a camera” . . . " Hat-haaat!” . . . canned applause . . . " Let’s go to the Rocks!” . . . happy unconventionality. Activities: Newman 1; Berkeley Beacon 4; Emersonian 4; WECB 1 ; Public Productions 1,2,3, 4- CARL WILLIAM EASTMAN " Pete” B.A. English Intelligent and understanding . . . ability to lead without of- fending . . . deversified interest . . . genuine interest in friends and acquaintances . . . stable and trusting . . . sweat and mat burns. Activities: Rho Delta Omega 3, 4; Athletic Association Vice- President 4; S.T.E.A.M. 4; Dean’s List 2, 3; Student Govern- ment Vice-President 4; Mayor of Emerson 3; Wrestling Team Captain 3, 4; University of Massachusetts 1 , 2. 38 JUDITH CHRISTINE ESPINOLA " Judie” B.A. Theatre Arts S. and M. champ . . . " Life without industry is guilt — industry without art is brutality” . . . genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration. Activities: Kappa Gamma Ch 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4; Pan-Hellenic Council, President 4; Newman 1, 2, 3, 4; Emer- sonian 4; S.T.E.A.M. 4; C boric Speech 1; Public Productions 1,2,3, 4; Junior Prom Queen 3; Dean’s List 1, 2, 3; Strident Government 3, 4, Secretary 3; Class Officer, Vice-President 1, President 4. MARLENE LOUISE FISHER " Marty” B.S. Theatre Arts Sunday afternoon cocktail parties . . . introspection is the word . . . beauty, intelligence, charm, etc. and so forth ... to New York ... to act ... to love. Activities: Phi Mu Gamma 2; Cheerleaders 1, 2; S.C.A. 1; Berkeley Beacon 3; Public Productions 3; Class Officer, Sec- retary 1, 2. JOHN IRVING FLYNN " Jack” B.S. Broadcasting " I just can’t understand some people!” . . . only got time to smile . . . out of school and off to work . . . easygoing and steady . . . popular and competent ... a good man to call " friend” . . . never so quiet that you don’t know he’s there. Activities: Alpha Pi Theta 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 3, President 4; Intra-Fraternity Council Vice-President 4; New- man 2; WERS 1,2, 3, 4; WECB 3. STEPHEN JOEL FRUCHT " Steve” B.A. Broadcasting Clothes make the man ... a girl with a cigarette??! . . . well- mannered . . . easy going . . . creativity with a camera . . . broad- casting is his beat. Activities: Alpha Pi Theta 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 3; Hillel 1, 2, 3; Berkeley Beacon 2, 3; WECB 1, 2. 39 BRADFORD SCOTT GAGE " Brad " B.A. Broadcasting A gourmet enthusiastic skiier . . . old established Cape Codder . . . loves to sail . . . " Good point!” . . . " Love me, love my bed " . Europe left its mark . . . " Don’t knock it ' til you’ve tried it, boo boo " ... folk music. Activities: Alpha Pi Theta 3, 4, Sargeant-at-Arms 4: S.C.A. 2. 3, 4; WERS 2 3, 4: Dean’s List 2; Student Government 2; Middlebur ) College 1 , 2. NORMA GRESCHLER GEISINGER " Bunnie” B.S. Speech Pathology The only New Yorker with a Bostonian accent . . . " Who needs an eye doctor? . . . lovely, charming, intelligent . . . and excellent therapist, student, and homemaker . . . the girl with the winning personality. Activities: Zeta Phi Eta 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 4; Dean’s List 1, 3; New York University 2. SHEILA JANE GILLIN B.A. Broadcasting Got any Indian Heads you want to swap?” . . . lemons in the morning ... a roll of 620 in the dark room ... a worker with interest. Activities: Newman 2, 3, 4: WERS 4: WECB 2; Choric Speech 4: Dorm Council 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 3; Psychology Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Assistant to Public Relations as Photog- grapher 2 ; New Bedford Institute of Technology 1. JOHN CONVEY GOODWILL B.S. Broadcasting Redlights and fishnets . . . stern to view — but ... a sports- man ' s delight is in the pursuit. Activities: Phi Alpha Tau 3, 4, Vice-President 4: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, President 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4; Ba ■ hall 2, 3, 4: ST. H A M. 4: Public Productions 3; Basket- ball Most Valuable Player 2, 3; Bridge Club 3, 4: Bates Col- lege 1. 40 GERALD CASE GRASSMAN f " Gerry” B.S. Broadcasting Capable and responsible . . . always there when you need him . . . free and easygoing . . . respected and well liked . . . willing to listen as well as talk . . . " Hey, Gerry, do you have — ?” Activities: Rho Delta Omega 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 4: Basketball 1 , 2; S.C.A. 1 , 2, 3, 4: Emersonian 4; WERS 2. 3, 4; WECB 1 , 2; Choir 1; Dorm Council 1; Class Treasurer 3,4- GAIL ESTHER GREENE B.A. Theatre Arts " I feed myself on theatre!” . . . the exuberance of four aces in one hand . . . " Let’s go to work " Dr. — , I have a ques- tion.” . . . honest in thought, sincere in effort. Activities: Newman 3, 4; Choir 3; Public Productions 3, 4; Dean’s List 3; Marywood College l, 2. ROBERT STEPHEN GREENMAN B.S. Speech Marriage and the Family ... we need a wit for a dull class . . . torn pants and the Engineer’s Club . . . " Who, me do assign- ments?” . . . worker with a will. Activities: Rho Pelta Omega 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; Hillel 1; Emersonian 2; WECB 1; Choir 1, 2. SUSAN S. HAMMEL B.S. Broadcasting The player of the Glad Game . . . " Where’s Arnold?” . . . " Have you heard the story of Mrs. Abromowitz?” . . . " How vile!” . . . an individual with a mind of her own and with definiteness of purpose. Activities: Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; Hil- lel 1; WERS 3, 4; WECB 1; Choir 1. 41 RICHARD BRIAN DAYMAN li " Dick” B.S. Speech The Statler from night to morn . . . " Dr. Bender, about my Project — . . . the little woman . . . slow and steady wins the race. Activities: Phi Alpha Tau 3. 4: WECB 2; S.T.E.A.M. 4: Debate 2 , 3. 4: Dean ' s List 3: Bates College 1 , 2. LYNVILLE WALTER JARVIS " Lyn” B.A. Broadcasting " I’m having trouble with my show! " . . . quiet . . . easy going . . . a man behind the scenes who does the work . . . talent yet to be discovered . . . worker par excellence. Activities: S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Publicity Chairman 4; WERS 1, 4; WECB 1, 2; Choric Speech 2, 3, 4- MARILYN HOCHBERG KAPLAN B.A. Speech Pathology Marriage and college . . . sweet and refind . . . pursuit of the arts ... a credit to her profession. Activities: Douglass College 1, 2, 3. EZRA JACOB KARP " Ex ' B.S. Broadcasting A smile and a cheery attitude . . being good natured is its own reward . . . way up North from the Sunny South ... a newcomer who has made himself known. Activities: WECB 3; WERS 4; University of Miami 1, 2, 3. 42 ROSEMARY VERONICA KEEFE B.A. English Sparkle . . . strawberry blonde with bright eyes . . . " Oh, really!” . . . " I think I’ll play the role’.” Activities: Zeta Phi Eta 2, 3, 4, Historian 4: Newman 2, 3, 4; S.T.E.A.M. 4; Public Production 2, 4; Scholarship 2, 3, 4; Boston University 1. BRUCE IAN KENT B.S. Broadcasting Mr. Rock and Roll . . . " Ya -wanna hear a new album?” . . . " Do you think you could loan me five?” . . . knowledge of all music ... a real hustler . . . honest and sincere . . . eager personality. Activities: Rho Delta Omega 2, 3, 4; Athletic Associatoin Secretary 3, 4: Basketball and Baseball Manager 2; S.C.A. 1; WERS 2, 3, 4; WECB 1, 2, 3; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Who’s Who In American Colleges and Universities. JOHN WILLIAM KOHLER, JR. B.S. Theatre Arts Acts the way he thinks, also the way he feels . . . quick wit . . . a flair for doing the unusual . . . individuality, unconventional, independent. PAULA FRANCES KRANISH B.A. English The quiet thinker . . . Kappa’s exterminator . . . " Point of order 7771895” ... a woman w-ith a mind of her own. Activities: Kappa Gamma Chi 3, 4; Scribe 3; Berkeley Beacon 1, 3; New York University 2. 43 ANN M. LANE B.A. Education I can ' t really see without my glasses, but I’ll drive anyway.” . . . a real good skipper . . . school-marm . . . quiet friendliness. Activities: Zeta Phi Eta 4: Newman 2, 3, 4; S.T.E.A.M. 3, 4; Merrimack College 1, 2. PRISCILLA ANNE LARSON B.S. Speech The truly innocent are those who not only are guiltless them- selves but who think others are” (Josh Billings) . . . " Watch that Fasolla” . . . " Oops, I forgot all about the meeting!” . . . innocently charming. Activities: Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, 4; S.C.A. 1, 2; Choir 1, 2, Secretary-Treasurer 2, Public Productions 2; Prom Queen Attendant 3. RICHARD HECTOR LEFEBVRE " Hank " B.S. Speech Pathology " I can ' t make Woburn today! ”... Dr. Hank . . . amiable per- son . . . easygoing . . . modest . . . fights for what he believes in . . . ball team manager extrodinaire ... he and the little woman. Activities: Rho Delta Omega 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 3: Baseball Manager 2; Newman 1, 2; WECB 1, 2. RICHARD JOSEPH LEWIS " Dick” B.S. Speech What the heck, it’s only money” . . . Mr. Ivy League . . . non- conformist . . . explicit ... a true man in his field . . . well spoken ... of all the guys to be chaplain . . . always there in time of need. Activities: Rho Delta Omega 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 3; Newman 1 ; Berkeley Beacon 1; Emersonian 4; WECB 1; Reader’s Theatre 4; Scholarship 4. 44 SUSAN ELIZABETH LIGHTBOWN " Susie” B.S. Theatre Arts Comedienne extrodinaire . . . beauty that penetrates below the skin . . . " Kids, honestly, I wish I could be there” . . . someone to turn to in time of need. Activities: Kappa Gamma Chi 3, 4; Newman 1 , 2; Choir 1 , 2; Public Productions 1, 2, 3, 4. LOUIS JOSEPH LOPEZ-CEPERO " Louie” B.S. Theatre Arts Not a gavel, but a sceptre . . . dynamic leadership . . . the per- fectionist . . . " Decadent kings I have played” . . . " An actor is not hard to find, but a true artist is rare” . . . sophisticated wit . . . opera and fraternity parties . . . restoration halfback . . . a glimpse of future light. Activities: Phi Alpha Tau 3, 4, Recording Secretary 4; Hillel 1, 2, Vice-President 2; Berkeley Beacon 1, 4; Emersonian 4; Public Productions 1,2,3, 4; Dean’s List 2, 3; Student Govern- ment 2 , 3, 4, President 4; Class Officer, Vice-President, Presi- dent 2, President 3; Class Marshall 3; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. DWIGHT RAY MACHESNEY B.S. Broadcasting A master at the organ . . . quiet and industrious . . . pleasant to see, pleasant to know . . . student and teacher . . . life is en- joyable, so take it as it comes. Activities: S.C. . 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Choric Speech 3, 4; Boston University. JANICE RITVO MARCUS B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Work — work — work . . . talk — talk — talk . . . loves con- versing with anyone on any subject . . . pleasant, warm smile . . . a lawyer’s daughter and wife . . . well read and up to date. . . Children’s Hospital. Activities: Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4- 45 john p. McCarthy B.A. English There is no wealth but life . . . " The path before me leads wherever 1 choose ' . . . unhurried, unharried. Anilities: Phi Alpha Tan 2, 3, 4, Historian 4: Scribe 3; Berk- eley Beacon 2, 3; WECB 2; Public Productions 2, 3, 4- WAYNE DUNBAR MILLER B.S. Speech Pathology But I thought I parked my car here” . . . " Really, Mr. Crannell, I can ' t hear those sounds” . . . Speech Therapy in a briefcase . . . Yes, Miss Perry,” Activities: Staley College 1, 2, 3, Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities; Boston University; Bridgewater State Teachers College. BARBARA GANTZ MORGAN " Bobbie” B.A. Theatre Arts Quiet sensitivity . . . " Kids, I’ve got so much work! I don’t know when I’ll ever get it done!” . . . soft spoken — but when she gets angry! . . . " Gantz? you mean Mrs. M” . . . themes of Cole Porter. Activities: Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3; Public Productions 2, 3, 4; Dean’s List 2, 3; Class Officer, Vice-Presi- dent 3. FRANCIS LAWRENCE O’MARA, JR. " O’Hara” B.S. Speech Dim the house lights, music for the Spanish Dance!” . . . Marshall debate devotee . . . small man with a great future . . conscientious . . . just blow the smoke over his head ... a thinker . . . go-getter. Activities: Rho Delta Omega 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 3; Basketball and Baseball Manager 7; Newman 7; Scribe Business Manager 2; Berkeley Beacon 1, 2, 3, 4; Emersonian 1, 3, 4, Business Manager 3, Co-editor 4; WERS 1; WECB 1, 2; De- bate 3, 4: Eorensic Council 3, 4, President 4; Scholarship 1 , 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Chairman, Student Library Com- mittee 4; Extemporaneous Speaking Contest 2, 3, First Place 3; Who’s Who In American Colleges and Universities. t mv ZOYA ORLOFF GRANT B.A. Speech Pathology Long, long blonde hair . . . dramatic grace ... a class with Eliot Norton . . . the actress. Activities: Zeta Phi Eta 2, 3, 4, Marshall 4; S.C.A. 1; Dorm Proctor 4. ANN FLYNN PALMER B.S. Speech A week has six days! . . . New England, Fall and Robert Frost . . . quiet, refined, and intelligent . . . " Em not Lane Em Palmer.” Activities: S.C.A. 3, 4; WERS 4; Debate 4; Dorm Council 3; Stephens College 1, 2. LINDA G. PALTROWITZ " Feeny” B.S. Speech Pathology A true Booster! ... of the famous Bill and Coo team . . . dial LA — ... the personification of true sophistication and charm. Activities: Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; Hillel l, 2; Inter-Faith Council 1; Berkeley Beacon 1, 2; Public Productions 3- DAVID E. PARNIGONI " Dave” B.S. Speech " If you’ve got an extra buck . . . see me!” . . . David " E” . . . foghorn voice . . . always on the go ... a man who can handle responsibility . . . rabble rouser . . . party clown . . . businessman and friend. Activities: Rho Delta Omega 2, 3, 4, Historian 3, Treasurer 4; WERS 2, 3: WECB 1, 2, 3, 4 , Program Director 2, Station Manager 3, 4- 47 FRANK ANTHONY PFTRONI B.S. Broadcasting " I need this aggravation! " . . . witty . . . quiet . . . always inter- ested in world affairs . . . subtle . . . the family man . . . good worker ... a man sure to go places. Activities: Berkeley Beacon 4: WERS 4: Dean’s List 1, 2. RALPH JONATHAN PINE B.S. English Explosive . . . fiery . . . paradoxical in all things as his con- sistent genius . always giving ... a disappointed Renaissance man. r Activities: Scribe 3; Berkeley Beacon 3, 4: Public Productions 3. 4: Dean’s List 3: Rutgers University 1 , 2. LILA GREENBERG PUTTERMAN B.S. Speech Pathology Harvey! . . . brought speech therapy to the TV studio . . . Friday night bowling . . . " I think . . . sometimes” . . . " Where do I buy a mop in this neighborhood.” Activities: Hillel 1 : Librarian 3- VINCENT RONALD RACITI " Vinny " B.A. Speech Pathology Happy-go-lucky . easy going . . always laughing . . . one of the boys a character study in disorganization . . . willing to work. Actii ilies: Rho Delta Omega 2, 3 , 4: WECB 7 , 2. 48 I ±v K PATRICIA DAVIDSON REEF “Patty” B.S. Speech Little redhead . . . " I’ve got a question” . . . bright, inquiring mind . . . infectious laugh. Activities: Hillel 1; S.T.E.A.Ai. Secretary 4; Debate 4. RONALD JEROME ROBINSON B.A. Broadcasting Works quietly and efficiently . . . " I’ve gotta move my car before they tow it away” . . . " Ya, O.K.” Activities: Hillel 3, 4: WERS 3, 4: WECB 3; Dean’s List 3; Bates College 7 , 2 . SARA-ANN ROSNER " Sar” B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Ambitious . . . " time on my hands” . . . " I’m lovely, I’m engaged and I don’t use Ponds” . . . looking forward to future work . . . interested in Hillel . . . " Miss Who! ?”. Activities: Zeta Phi Eta 2 , 3, 4, Vice-President 3, 4: Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4 , Corresponding Secretary 3, President 4; Hillel 1 , 2 , 3, 4: Berkeley Beacon 4; Emersonian 3, 4, Business Manager 3, Co-editor 4: Debate 1, 2 ; Forensic Council Secre- tary 2 ; Dorm Council 3; Veterans Administration Summer Training Program in Audiology; Co-chairman Junior Prom 3; Double Decade of Development Steering Committee 3; Who’s Who In American Colleges and Universities. MEREDITH RUSSELL " Merry” B.S. Speech A voice finely framed ... all nature wears one universal grin . . . a cheery smile, friendly manner . . . " I’ve lived, now what do I do?” Activities: Public Productions 1, 2, 3, 4- A 49 JANE M. SAUNDERS B.S. Speech Pathology Happiness is a thing called — ” . . . warm hearted . . . sincere . . . a radiant smile ... a joy to know. Activities: Sigma Alpha Eta 2; Basketball l, 3, 4; Cheerleader 1 ; Choir 1 ; Dean ' s List 2, 3- ARTHUR WILLIAM SAVAGE B.S. Broadcasting " No, I am not Allen” . . . " Really!” . . . brothers are all that matter . . . Peter Pan . . . sincerity, respect and bridge. Activities: Phi Alpha Tan 3, 4, President 4; Intra-Fraternity Council 4, President 4; Basketball 3; Baseball 3, 4: WERS 4 ; Boston University 1,2. DAVID RICHARD SAVOY " Dave” B.S. Speech Abe was also a wise man . . . intelligent thought is the parent of effective action . . . " Has anyone seen the Scribe office?” . . . a cigar and a cup of coffee. Activities: Scribe 3, 4 , Assistant Editor 3, Editor 4; Emersonian 4; Double Decade Steering Committee 4- BRENDA ROXANNE SCHEINMAN Bren” B.A. English Sparkling blue-eyed blonde . . a dancing delight . . . versatile . . . sincere interest in people. Activities: Phi Mu Gamma 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 4; Basketball 1 , 2, 3, Captain 2, 3; Hillel 1; Berkeley Beacon 3; WERS l; WECB 3; junior Prom Committee. 50 tm ARTHUR DAVID SCHIFF " Art” B.A. Broadcasting " Let’s organize a chess club! " ... on to Montreal . . . Dr. Postle and the man . . . polite . . . considerate towards others . . . hard worker. Activities: Apba Pi Theta 2, 3 , 4, Recording Secretary 3, Athletic Chairman 4; Baseball 1, 3, 4: Hillel 1; Emersonian 4; WERS 4; WECB 1 , 2; Debate 1 , 2, 3, 4; Forensic Council 1,2, 3, 4. GWEN KAIULANI SCHLEIF B.S. Theatre Arts Hawaiian import . . . " Back home — ”... " Why not cut? He never marks me absent anyway!” . . . " Let’s play Fan-Tan” . . . " I’m broke” . . . " Have you seen Sue?” . . . always dancing, even on a bad leg . . . bubbling enthusiasm. Activities: Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, 4, House Manager 3, Social Chairman 4; S.C.A. 1 , 2; Public Productions l, 2, 3; Scholarship 3. HOWARD FRANKLIN SEIDELL " Howie” B.A. English An expert on politics ... a great kidder . . . " That’s right” . . . traces of Brooklyn . . . " Are you confused?” ... a sincere con- cern for the individual ... a ladies’ man. Activities: Alpha Pi Theta 3, 4- CORRINE J. SHORR B.S. Speech Pathology " But Mr. Giese — ”... ten pins or duck pins . . . B. U. to Emerson and on . . . " I’ll do it if I have time” . . . friendly. Activities: Girls Bowling Team 4; Girls Basketball Team 4; Hillel 4; WECB 3; S.T.E.A.M. 4; Boston University 1, 2. 51 ESTHER SI EVER B.S. Speech Pathology The Pied Piper has a guitar . . . Cotton Candy Lady . . . zany impulsiveness . . . " Watcha doin’?” ... a taste for the arts . . . studied nonchalance . . . " Tea, girls!” . . . love has no ending . . . here and there and never ever. Activities: Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3; Hillel 1: Berkeley Beacon 3; Emersonian 3 Choric Speech 1 ; Choir 1 . MELVYN M. SIMONS " Mel” B S. Speech Boston ' s foremost . . . Emerson ' s Master of Ceremonies . . . well liked and known around school . . . hard worker for class and student organizations ... at odds with Mr. Wilder. Activities: Rho Delta Omega 3, 4: Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3, President 4: Inter-Faith Council Vice- President 4: Berkeley Beacon 1 , 2, 3, 4: WECB 1, 2; S.T.E.A.M. 4: Class Officer, Treasurer 1 , 2, Vice-President 4; Co-Chairman junior Prom 3: Chairman Entertainment Committee 1, 2; Chairman Fund Raising Committee 4- CHARITY FLETCHER SMITH B.S. Theatre Arts Pas de deux ... a swan . . . The Children’s Hour . . . composure and dignity ... an air of detachment. Activities: S.C.A. 3, 4: Inter-Faith Council 3; Public Produc- tions 3, 4: Dance Award 3; Prom Queen Attendant 3; Bradford junior College 1 , 2. ELIZABETH A. SMITH " Pinky” B.S. Theatre Arts The Jean Rosenthal of Emerson . . . otherwise known as " E.A.” or Pinkerbell " Cherrio, good luck, be careful, have fun!” a truly good and devoted worker and friend. Activities: S.C.A. 2; Public Productions 1 , 2, 3, 4; Stagecraft Award 1 . 52 PATRICIA MADELYN SMITH " Pat” B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Attractive . . . always smiling . . . natural therapist . . . loves to debate . . . " Anyone going to New Jersey?” . . . " Boston has a lot of traffic?”. Activities: Zeta Pin Eta 2, 3, 4 , Pledge Mistress 4: Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4, Social Chairman 4; S.C.A. 1; Berkeley Beacon , Busi- ness Manager 3; Emersonian 4- RUTH KAPLAN SWEET B.A. Theatre Arts Name fits her . . . loves the theatre . . . " Did you hear someone whistle?” . . . " Going to school, taking care of a house and stage manager for the musical is easy”. Activities: Hillel 2; Public Productions 2, 3, 4; Scholarship 3, 4: Dean’s List 2, 3; Brooklyn College 1. NANCY ZISKEND TEITELBAUM " Nance” B.S. Speech Pathology The only freshman who never wore a beanie . . . " Affa” . . . " How do you cook that?” . . . diligent . . . summer school fan. Activities: Zeta Phi Eta 2, 3; Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3; Hillel 1, 2. BEVERLEY BROWN TITUS " Bev” B.S. Speech Pathology " Yes, dear” . . . " Best you do it” . . . Madame Defarge . . . " I’m making a sweater for — Ed!” . . . " We sat on a telephone book and ate off the floor” . . . Alaska bound . . . " Let’s take a ride to Maine!” Activities: Phi Mu Gamma 2, 3, Treasurer 2, 3; Pan-Hellenic Council 3; Berkeley Beacon 3; S.T.E.A.M. 2, 3; Scholarship 1. 53 GLORIA URBAN " Goldy” B.S. Speech Pathology Miss Riddell ' s favorite student . . . Princess Lightfoot ... al- ways in a hurry and always sending notes . . . Manya who toured Europe with Branya . . . " Don ' t torture me! " . . . " You know now that 1 know him . . . he’s really nice!” ... a true friend, indeed. Activities: Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, 4 , Secretary 4; Hillel 1; Berkeley Beacon 1; Student Government, Secretary 4- JOHN LANDROW WASHINGTON " Jackie” B.A. Theatre Arts Showman . . . personality personified . . . folks, folk songs and guitars . . . concealed touch of seriousness . . . ladies’ man. Activities: Class President 1. PHILIP ALAN WEINER " Phil Wayne " B.S. Broadcasting Mr. Radio ... " I have to go feed my meter” . . . English Lit. major . . I ll beat Norm’s record yet” . . . witty . . . ambitious . . . happy-go-lucky. Activities: Phi Alpha Tau 2, 3, 4, Pledge Master 3; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4: U " BPS 2, 3, 4: WECB 7, 2; Class Entertainment Com- mittee 7. BRUCE RANDOLPH WEST B.A. English " Gee, that’s a great line! " . . . Mr. WSRO . . . full of fun . . . always ready for a party . . . exuberant . . . hard worker . . . sound sleeper . . sure to succeed in the industry. Activities: Rho Della Omega 2, 3, 4, President 3, Hews Editor 4: Intra Eratcrnity Council, President 3; Athletic Association, Basket hall Representative 2, President 3; Basketball 7, 2; Base- ball I : S.C.A. 1: l VERS 1, 2, 3 4; WECB 1; Debate 7; Public Productions 2. 54 DONALD W. WHITE B.A. English ' ' That ' ll cost you fifteen yards!” . . . the best man . . . ready wit and stable mind . . . cooperative and willing . . . " Let’s go to the 189.” Activities: Scribe 3, 4: Berkeley Beacon 3 WECB 1, 2; S.T.E.A.M. 4. PETER KEITH WHITTEN B.A. English Cafe discussions . . . " If you want to have an argument, I only have five minutes!” . . . well manered . . . sense of humor at all times . . . worker with a will. Activities: C boric Speech 2; Public Productions 1,2,3. MARVIN WILKES, JR. " Junior " B.A. Social Science The wife and kids ... in the background working . . . White and Wilkes ... a nice guy to know . . . capable. Activities: Boston University 1 , 2. DONNA ZACKS MICHALS B.S. Speech Pathology " Telephone, Donna” . . . " What can we eat next? How about hominey grits, hush puppies, and corn pons?” . . . the South will rise again . . . " Y’all, I’ve just got to get organized” . . . southern hospitality in the north. Activities: Kappa Gamma Chi 3, 4, House Manager 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; Hillel 1, 2; Dean’s List 2; University of Alabama 1. 55 DONNA LINDA ZOLOV B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology A great boon to Hillel and therapy ... a warm smile and cheery hello . . . serious minded . . . understanding . . . warm . . . " Coming to the Steam Convention?” . . . law school . . . home and children. Activities: Hillel 1 . 2, 3, 4, Secretary 1 , 2, President 3, Honorary Past President 4: Inter-Faith Council 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4: Emersonian 3: S.T.E.A.M. 3 , 4, Secretary 3, Presi- dent, State Treasurer 4; Psychology Club 4; Who’s Who In American Colleges and Universities. 56 Did we ever look like that? UNDERCUSSWflV 77iof« C dWo UjaJl ’ r JUNIOR i Front Row: M. Rockwood; J. Weiss; B. Johnson; A. Barison; B. McNurney; F. Goldberg; J. Perles. Row Two: G. Philipson; M. Austin; M. Gisser; J. Strauss; M. Yospin; J. Lampke. Row Three: L. Nelson; J. Farber; D. Gordon; J. Razin; W. Driscoll; R. Burney. Row Four: P. Bissonnete; R. Brauer; M. Wheeler; M. Hamilton; B. Gage; M. Wein. 58 fev CLASS Front Row: M. Belostock; G. Silverman; S. Levy; L. Tonry. Row Two: S. Arkin; D. Litwin; N. Wildstein; L. Jaffe; E. Shapiro; R. Littlefield; E. Litch; J. Seastrom. Row Three: W. Hamlin; A. Cohen; R. Lonergan; A. Primo; R. Herne; J. Pirri; A. DiFruscia. Row Four: B. Gage; N. Cortell; S. Young; W. Stockwell; D. Alperin; B. Townsend. CLASS JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS President J. Razin OF Vice President L. Nelson Secretary B. McNurney Treasurer B. Johnson 1962 59 SOPHOMORE an Front Row: B. Nelson; N. Knoy; N. S. Miller; D. Napp; L. Pinsky; F. Levins; C. Kaditz. Row Two: J. Dragretti; S. Jordan; D. Kasten; A. Valletta; D. Nathanson; J. Beck; C. McDonald; J. Hill. Row Three: W. Hodgkins; F. Hickey; P. Dahill; P. Novisky; M. Pevzner; H. Landy. Row Four: A. Spivak; R. McCoy; C. Howard; V. Fugg; R. Bain; W. Behringer; B. Bassman. 60 M T CLASS Front Row: P. Mason; L. Maxwell; A. Epstein; B. Cohen; M. Bartone; M. Belitz; J. Morgan. Row Two: J. Hecht; M. Kerzner; J. Boorky; A. Mongiovi; A. Lerman; J. Rabkin; A. Newman; E. Southard; H. Bender; S. Snyder; A. Cassella. Row Three: L. Dane; E. Catino; K. George; M. McCombe; M. Gutlon; T. Turner; A. Martinez; V. Buscemi. Row Four: D. Turner; E. Staples; P. Korins; C. Worthing; J. Huff; N. Custer; L. Slosberg. CLASS SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS President A. Valletta Vice President D. Napp Secretary M. Bartone Treasurer M. Belitz OF 1963 61 FRESHMAN Front Row: J. Rosenstein; K. Rothenberg; J. Mount; P. Sharp; B. Dooneiet; C. Delaney; C. Ardito. Row Two: A. Master; P. Klausner; M. Cole; F. Martin; J. Goldblatt; B. Vescera; S. Bart; C. Auerbach; F. Balicer; R. Siegal. Row Three: C. Kritz; B. Miller; L. Johnson; A. Ruderman; J. Schlosser; S. Schwartz; E. Salomon; E. Grodin; M. Harding. Row Four: D. Detario; E. Fox; E. Rich; B. O ' Keefe; M. Pirylis; C. Beaton; J. Field; P. Firpo. CLASS OF 1964 FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS President Vice President Secretary Treasurer P. Firpo D. Becker S. Adler D. Gauthier 62 CLASS Front Row: S. Adler; P. Borkum; B. Chalfin; E. Berkowitz; S. Colbath; D. Kaplan; N. White. Row Two: F. Musto; C. Worth; L. Galt; A. Martin; J. Alinkoff; N. Bell; D. Paris; A. Darlick; S. Miller; S. Demond. Row Three: G. Palmer; C. Carpenter; C. Roberts; M. Bresner; J. Sloan; J. Cohan; L. Bellsey; S. Evans. Row Four: V. Nunes; J. Koller; S. Kasden; D. Becker; D. Gauthier; S. Sandler; F. Pibovar; J. Welsch; S. Ruzensky. Front Row: M. Saloman; 5. shrier; P. Voislow; C. Raddock; S. Arenson; H. Palaki. Row Two: L. Tankel; IE Rosenberg; D. Sharp; B. Gussak; K. Finkelstein; K. Florea; A. Kaye. Row Three: G. Exoo; J. Kvasnicka; A. Hudson; P. Whitley; V. Ruvell; L. Riendeau; D. Evans; D. Banett. Row Four: D. Lane; B. Baltin; J. Kranzenburg; P. Halladay. 63 STUDENT GOVERNMENT Left to Right: P. Firpo, Freshman Class President; J. Razin, Junior Class President; M. Woodnick, Treasurer; L. Lopez-Cepero, President; G. Urban, Secretary; J. Espinola, Senior Class President. Missing: P. Eastman, Vice President; A. Valetta, Sophomore Class President. JUNIOR PROM CLASS OF 1961 64 COUNCILS ■ INTER-FAITH COUNCIL President I dee President Secrct.tr ) A. Hanson, Student T re.tsurcr Representative from Hillel Representatii e from S.C.A. D. Zolov, Hillel M. Simons, Hillel Christian Association P. Hayes, Newman M. Wheeler J. Morgan President J. Espinola, Kappa Gamma Chi Vice President M. Gisser, Phi Mu Gamma Secretary-Treasurer A. Cavanaugh, Zeta Phi Eta Representative from 7.eta Phi Eta S. A. Rosner Representative from Phi Mu Gamma B. Titus Representatii e from Kappa Gamma Chi B. Johnson INTRA-FRATERNITY COUNCIL President Vice President Secretary-T reasttrer A. Savage, Phi Alpha Tau J. Flynn, Alpha Pi Theta W. McGee, Rho Delta Omega PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS NEWMAN CLUB Front Row: J. Mount; R. McCoy, Representative to Inter-Faith; E. Catino, Vice President; P. Hayes, President; B. McNurney; B. Johnson. Row Two: A. Martinez; A. Cavanaugh; R. Keege; C. McDonald; R. Mullen; C. Worth; F. Musto. Row Three: D. De- Tosio; P. Dahill; V. Buscemi; D. Gauthier; A. Primo; T. DiFruscia. Row Four: R. Brauer; J. Huff; R. Arata. Front Row: D. Zolov, Honorary Past President; F. Levins, Corresponding Secretary ; A. Lerjnan, Secre- tary; M. Simons, President; H. Landy, Treasurer; L. Dane, Social Chairman. Row Two: K. Finkle- stein; C. Shorr; D. Nathanson; M. Bersener; L. Pinsky; A. Darlick; S. Bart; C. Averbach; K. Florea; A. Epstein. Row Three: A. Snider; C. Rad- dock; M. Harding; S. Miller; G. Palmer; J. Rosen- stein; M. Salomon; B. Siegel; L. Grossman; S. Evans. Row Four: S. Kasden; V. Rubell; R. Stone. HILLEL CLUB Front Row: D. Machesney, Treasurer; B. Nelson, Sec- retary; A. Hanson, President; T. Baker, Vice President; J. Morgan, Representative to Inter-Faith. Row Two: J. Draghetti; J. Seastrom; P. Yphantis; S. Jordan; C. Roberts. Row Three: C. Exoo; C. Worthing; J. Welch; F. Pivovan; G. Laxter; A. Maistin. Row Four: W. Hodgkins; M. Whiting; C. Beaton; C. Kane. STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 67 ALPHA PI THETA Front Row: Mr. Wilder; W. Stockwell, Treasurer; J. Flynn, President; S. Young, Vice President; E. Blake, Corresponding Secretary. Row Two: A. Schiff; A. Buglio; R. Heine; E. Catino; G. Nellos; G. Piscitello; D. Hartting; J. Razin; A. Primo. Row Three: J. Anderson; R. Lonergan; B. Gage; W. Lewis; R. Cassidy; H. Seidell; K. George; D. Machesney. This was an exciting year for Alpha Pi Theta. Two days after registration, the annual Theta Fair was held, followed by pledging. In the month of October, Theta faced the powerful football team of the Brothers of Rho Delta Omega, losing by the slim margin of 7 to 0. Final initiation for eight pledges was completed in the month of November. Carrying over to the next year; Feb. 8, and 9, 1961, Theta presented The Theta Minstrel Revue.” In the chilly months of late winter and early spring, sports again played an important role for the Fraternity. First to come was the fight for the basketball championship. TTeta also joined in the bowling roll-offs that took place between the three Fraternities. To cap an eventful year for the men of Theta, the traditional " Thunder Jug” game w as held between the active Brothers and the Alumni of our Fraternity and the Rho Delta Omega Fraternity ' . As always, a good time was had by all. The men of Alpha Pi Theta want to express their warmest good wishes for success to the men who leave Emerson College, especially those from Theta. 68 PHI MU GAMMA Front Row: J. Perles, Recording Secretary; B. Titus, Treasurer; M. Gisser, Vice President; M. Yospin, President; S. Levy, Historian. Row Two: J. Rabkin; N. S. Miller; L. Ransom: D. Staley; M. McCombe; P. Mason; F. Levins; A. Russell. To be a well rounded person is a high aim. To learn and grow with each other, as well as with the fine arts, is the goal of the sisters of Phi Mu Gamma National fraternity for women. The sisters of Phi Mu had a very active year advancing our aim and building our sorority into an active and strong organization. On December 1, Phi Mu Gamma presented Emerson Night at the Charles Playhouse. Other events for the first semester included our pledge dinner, and a Christmas party for orphans. Our main project for the year is the Phi Mu Sorority house. Here we will have room for every sister to live to- gether. Our second semester activities included an all- sorority dinner at the Mitchell’s, a dinner party at Car- mine’s and an evening at the theatre. Our aim, fine arts, was advanced by presenting Jackie Washington Night at Emerson. For two years we have been the recipient of the DiFogio award presented at graduation. With all joy must come sorrow. We were deeply saddened by the loss of our President, sister and friend, Joan Hopkins. In the years to come may her ideals be our goals. 69 PHI ALPHA TAU Front Rou : J. McCarthy; M. Woodnick, Corresponding Secretary; J. Goodwill, Vice President; A. Savage, President; H. Platzker, Treasurer; L. Lopez-Cepero, Recording Secretary; B. Houle. Row Two: J. Burman; A. Cohen; A. DiFruscia; R. Burney; W. Driscoll; M. Wein; M. Trachtenberg. Row Three: C. Schmieder; A. Valetta; L. Nelson; P. Bissinette; T. Nealy; R. Bain; M. Hamilton; J. Palmer; P. Hayes; M. Levin. Phi Alpha Tau is a National Com- municative Arts-Service fraternity, with a mixture of social events through- out the year. Communicatively, Tau presents the Joseph E. Connor week- end in early spring. Last year’s recipient of the award, for outstanding service in the field of communications, was Arthur Fiedler of the Boston Pops Orchestra. The fraternity presented the Annual Christmas carol sing with an open house at the home of Dr. and Mrs. McKinley. Other social events included the Annual Mad Ball (a big success) and the Masquerade Ball with sister sorority Kappa. Sportswise, Tau was busy defending its titles in football and bowling, taking part in other Greek letter events and sponsoring, with Kappa, transportation to and from bas- ketball games. In service, the fraternity presented a Chicken-in-the-basket dinner for the benefit of the Cerebral Palsy Founda- tion and served as ushers at school functions. 70 KAPPA GAMMA CHI Front Row: P. Kranish; S. Hammel, Vice President; J. Espinola, President; G. Urban, Secretary; E. Brenner, Treasurer. Row Two: A. Epstein; L. Jaffe; B. Morgan; S. Light- bown; D. Napp; S. Aversa; W. Schaffer. Row Three: B. McNurney; B. Johnson; F. Goldberg; M. Belitz; R. Jacobs; M. Gutlon; G. Schleif. Kappa Gamma Chi was founded at Emerson in 1902. Of the twenty-seven sisters in the sorority at present, twelve reside at the Kappa House at 75 Marl- borough St. Some of the activities on the " Kappa Kalendar” this year included the an- nual Kappa Auction, the Homecoming Alumni Tea, a Christmas party held at the sorority house, monthly bake sales (the proceeds of which went to the Emerson College Endowment Fund), the Kappa-Tau dance, and the Kappa Gamma Chi " Spaghetti Throw " . A highlight of the year was the tradi- tional sorority formal dinner-dance, held at the Boston Club on February eighteenth. A graduation breakfast for the Kappa seniors rounded out a busy and profitable year. The primary aim of Kappa Gamma Chi is the building of ideal woman- hood, based on Love, Loyalty, Trust, and Harm ony. The secondary aim is the endowment of Emerson College. 71 RHO DELTA OMEGA Front Row: G. Grassman, Corresponding Secretary; J. Pierce, Vice President; W. Mc- Gee, President; R. Burton, Recording Secretary; D. Parnigoni, Treasurer. Row Two: A. Spivak; V. Raciti; W. Hodgkins; C. Howard; J. Huff; R. McCoy; G. Kriesberg. Row Three: R. Brauer; C. Worthing; W. Hamlin; U. Buscemi; J. Kozlowski; J. Pirri; F. O Mara. Row Four: R. Greenman; G. Allen; R. Lefebvre; J. Lingley; M. Simons; B. Kent; P. Novisky. Rho Delta Omega, the local professional fraternity for men majoring in the speech fields, began the 1960-61 school year ably led by president Bill McGee. Early in September R.D.O. held its semi-annual book sale and later in the semester presented the highlight of its social calender — The Dream Gi rl Ball. This year’s Dream Girl was Miss Roberta Jacobs. Rho Delta Omega also participated in inter-fraternal sports by retir- ing the softball trophy and by winning the football championship. In the second semester Rho Delt held its annual three day reunion which was attended by more than 50% of its alumni membership and which included the traditional " Thunder- jug Game” played with Alpha Pi Theta. 72 ZETA PHI ETA Front Row: L. Tonry, Corresponding Secretary; S. A. Rosner, Vice President; A. Cavan- augh, President; E. Cranshaw, Recording Secretary; E. Altobelli. Row Two: A. Lerman; E. Southard; R. Binder; J. Seastrom; R. Keefe; A. Newman; R. Littlefield. Zeta Phi Eta is a national professional speech arts fraternity for women. Among its purposes are the establishment of a profes- sional philosophy for women in speech, and the encouragement of worthy speech and drama enterprises. Zeta strives toward ad- vancing the speech arts by recording for the blind, and doing publicity for some Emerson theatre productions. Zeta also sponsors var- ious fund raising projects throughout the year such as selling coffee at theatre per- formances and the annual Work Week held every spring. 73 SPEECH CHORIC ■ SPEECH Front Row: A. Barison; P. Mason, Treasurer; R. Lonergan, Vice President; S. Arkin, President; K. Crannell, Director; A. Newman, Secretary; M. McCombe. Row Two: P. Kelly; J. Victorine; L. Maxwell; N. Miller; L. Victor; W. Schaffer. Row Three: A. Lerman; P. Borkum; N. White; J. Weiss, M. Shapiro. Row Four: A. Spivak; L. Nelson; L. Jarvis; L. Slosberg; F. Sansone; A. Valletta. Under the able direction of Mrs. M. J. Mitchell and Mr. K. C. Crannell, the Speech Choir has experienced another fruitful year, with a full schedule of engagements in and around the Boston area. The Choir is noted for such selections as the negro spirituals: " Daniel,” " Go Down Death, " and " The Creation,” as well as selections from the " Music Man” and an original composition by one of Mrs. Mitchell ' s early pupils — " Winter Bound,” a selection with features a guest soloist. 74 DEPARTMENT m ' FORENSIC DEBATE COUNCIL Front Row: A. DiFruscia, Vice President; F. O’Mara, Presi- dent; E. Southard, Treasurer. Row Two: A. Schiff; F. Musto; P. Firpo. COUNCIL The Forensic Council is one of the original members of the Greater Boston Forensic Association; an organization designed to stimulate competitive speech activities in the colleges in the area. The Council has been very effective in organizing the activities of the Novice and Varsity Debate Teams. Each year the Forensic Council has experienced an increase in enrollment and enthusiasm of its people in the debate field. In recent years, we have consistenly won awards at the American International College Tourna- ment and the New England Forensic Conference. 75 LITERARY PUBLICATIONS Front Row: J. Mount; C. Ardito; A. Barison; B. Dooneief; E. Al- tobelli; J. Weiss; M. Fisher. Row Two: P. Firpo; E. Silver; J. Lampke; C McDonald; L. Nelson; T. DiSimone. Row Three: A. Martinez; J. Kvasnicka; M. Simons; A. Savage; D. Burton; F. O Mara. BERKELEY BEACON The Berkeley Beacon, Emerson’s monthly news- paper, is the " keeper of the records” of the activities of the entire Emerson College Family. Under the able leadership of Frank Musone, Editor-in-Chief, and his staff of feature writers and reporters, the paper has assimilated and distributed to the student body all news of interest and importance. The advent of the Beacon always creates a high degree of interest among the students and faculty. Such feature articles as the recapitulation of the important social events, the sports page, and the letters to the editor, combine to make this newspaper an important aspect of the Emer- son scene. SCRIBE Scribe is the Literary Quarterly of Emer- son College. It is the creative effort of the undergraduate student body with the guid- ance and advice of the English Department. 76 Front Row: D. Gordon; B. Johnson; D. Savoy, Editor; E. Blake. Row Two: B. McNurney; J. McCarthy; H. Siedell; N. Lowenthal; P. Kranish. SINGING CHOIR • This year for the first time, the Emer- son College Singing Choir travelled beyond the confines of the Greater Boston area. In January, they took a trip to Maine and gave a concert at Gorham State Teachers College. Among other pieces, they sang the Vivaldi " Gloria”, a very ambitious undertaking which they had earlier presented suc- cessfully at the Emerson Christmas Convocation. The outstanding co-operation and spirit of its members make this year’s choir one of the finest in Emerson’s history. t ' ont f? r aca jV ' b T o : ’£ eside m. »° v ; J. p Sar} son c n a P ' r ; Q Cnst b n ■ p ' Lairi Pke- r ect or- At Litc b r ' ee ' } K dUo: $ Sans on e ' PSYCHOLOGY CLUB 1960-61 has been a year of considerable growth for the Psychology Club. The club, in its second year of existence, has more than realized its immediate goals. The membership has trebled. We have brought numerous guest speakers to lecture on various topics within the realm of the organization. In addition to the outside speakers, students with background and exceptional interest in a particular aspect of psychology have given talks and demonstrations. The members of the club have received a broader background in a vital area of liberal arts. Their interest has been stimulated in psychology, and their intellectual growth has been broadened. Vice pfgSl 1 . ,, nt ; W GoV Vvaos, T hree : »• Tu 0 - R oW , W mp ' ie -„. ; i,nSOn, 1 p» ' is ' SC c’Slio o !! VD llI ' e •a K»P S • 6 . ?■ Catvno; 77 BROADCASTING WERS Front Row: N. Cortell; B. Gage; L. Kamens; J. Seastrom; N. Carman; G. Grass; G. Allen. Row Two: A. Martinez; W. Hamlin; F. Petroni; A. Primo; J. Flynn; K. George; E. Catino; S. Kasdin; P. Hayes; D. Long. Row Three: R. Brauer; W. Stockwell; R. Robinson; L. Jarvis; P. Halladay; V. Rubell; M. Pevzner. Row Four: W. Hodgkins; T. Turner; N. Custer; P. Novisky; R. Arata, A. Savage. WERS is the 18,000 watt " on-the-air” facility of Emerson College. It broadcasts sixty-six hours a week to listeners in the Boston area, as well as the five state New England area. It is staffed mainly by stu- dents in the Broadcasting Department. WERS daily programming ranges from music programs such as the popular " Musical Moments”, our half hour news and special events program, " The World Today”, and Diversions in Sound”, which is broadcast live each Saturday evening from 11:00 PM to 1:30 AM. Past guests on Diversions” have included Louis Arm- strong, Roberta Sherwood, and Jimmy Durante. This past year, WERS brought its listeners extensive elec- tion coverage with network tie-ins and at all of the candidate headquarters. 78 DEPARTMENT WECB Front Row: R. Brauer; T. Phillips; D. Parnigoni; K. Brock; J. Huff; D. Spivak. Row Two: G. Exoo; D. Gauthier; C. Worthing; C. Carpenter; W. Hodgkins; H. Landy; G. Baron. Row Three: C. Bargamian; S. Kasden; V. Rubell; M. Whiting; D. Barnett. Row Four: P. Halladay; L. Williams; J. Field; H. Datta. WECB is Emerson’s commercial closed circuit radio station. It serves Emerson, Burden and Fisher Junior College from 8:30 A.M. until 7:00 P.M. Monday through Friday. The primary objec- tive is to train Emerson’s Freshman and Sophomore students in the field of communication arts, with emphasis on all phases of radio station operation. SPEECH PATHOLOGY CLINICIANS 1 S A- Rosner; P- F G fi ° ' ,j bC E 8 ’ G S U an E B B Usu To separate Speech and Hearing is almost impos- sible, for one learns to speak by listening to the speech of others. The Samuel Robbins Speech and Hearing Clinic is the training ground for those Emersonians inter- ested in the field of Speech and Hearing. Here the student has the opportunity to observe and to work with children and adults handicapped by poor speech and or hearing. The student may also " follow the 80 AND AUDIOLOGY R°sner, President Pre enf A v • Roiu Two- E a i l Schneider P c • ® arjs °n, Secrete 1- To : VS NeC“ ; SW “- W D. Mcfe imlefiS ’ Uorsuk; JV SIGMA ALPHA ETA child through” from the initial interview, to the diag- nostic interview, to the medical and psychogical ex- aminations, and finally to actual therapy lessons. Students also have the chance to learn more at the Holy Ghost Hospital, the Woburn Public Schools, the Industrial School for Crippled Children, the Veterans Administration Out Patient Clinic, the Boston Dis- pensary and the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Hospital. 81 THEATRE ARTS THE ANNUAL MUSICAL The department of theatre arts at Emerson is unique in that its goals are several and highly deversified. The student may gear his curriculum toward educational theatre, theatre performance, directing, playwriting, or any phase of the technical aspects of theatre including lighting design, costume design, etc. These areas, although taught in a classroom, are put into practice many times during the college year. For example, the first major production of the year was Look Homeward Angel under the direction of Mr. Leo Nickole, chairman of the department. The cast, production crew, and production designers were all students. Every method of theatrical presentation is explored in depth in order to afford each student an opportunity to know and fully understand the theatre of yesterday and how it applies to today’s new and experimental styles ; i.e., readers’ theatre, arena, and formalistic productions with emphasis on the script rather than on scenic and technical elements. Through patient guidance and enlightened growth, the student of the theatre is well prepared to meet any challenge the professional stage may present. The Emerson tradition of " Learning by Doing " manifests itself to the highest refinement in the Depart- ment of Theatre Arts. BRIGADOON DEPARTMENT Theatre Dance — Charles Weidman Look Homeward Angel 83 STEAM Front Roiv: S. Levin, Secretary, J Weiss, Vice President; D. Zolov, President; A. Epstein, Treasurer. Row T wo: S. Arkin; J. Strauss; J. Espinola; J. Goodwill; M. Simons; L. Dane; G. Philipson; J. Morgan. This year Emerson sponsored the state S.T.E.A.M. convention. Its theme was Education and the Communicative Arts.’’ From every aspect it was an unparalleled success. S.T.E.A.M. at Emerson provides members with opportunities for developing personal growth and professional competences, for gaining an understanding of the history, ethics and program of the organized teaching profession, and for participating in cooperative work on the problems of the profession and the community. Further, it provides experiences which deepen the interest of capable students in teaching as a career, and through higher standards contributes to the balance in teacher supply and demand. SPORTS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Front Ron: C. Eastman. Vice President; J Goodwill, Presi- dent M Woodnick, Treasurer. Row Two: P. Bisscnette, Basketball Representative; R McCoy, Wrestling Representa- tive; J. Kozlowski, Baseball Representative. GIRLS’ ATHLETIC LEAGUE OFFICERS B. McNurney, Treasurer; M. McCombe, Vice President; L. Dane, President; C. Carpenter, Secretary. 84 BASEBALL Front Row: P. Bissonette; A. Schiff; J. Kozlowski; R. Arata; J. Goodwill. Row Two: M. Hamilton; D. Supple; A. Savage; D. Berker; M. Wood- nick; M. Wein. Row Three: M. Wheeler; E. Rich; B. O’Keefe. The Athletic Association is the official agency which manages the activities of the College sponsored sports, guided by faculty advisor Charles " Ted” Phillips. Under the auspices of the A. A. are the Basketball, Baseball and Wrestling teams, all of which are student handled. Working in close association with the Athletic Association this year, is the Girls’ Athletic League which sponsores Girls ' Basketball and Bowling. All of the teams have experienced greatly improved records during the course of this year and are looking forward to even better seasons in a promising future. GIRLS’ BASKETBALL Front Row: B. McNurney; P. Sharp, Co-Captain; M. Mc- Combe, Co-Captain; L. Dane; C. Carpenter. Row Two: J. Mount; L. Max- well; M. Emberton; H. Der Marderosian; J. Saunders; B. Johnson; L. Tonry. 85 WRESTLING Front Row: W. Streker; C. Bargamian; J. Boxer; C. Eastman, Captain: G. Kreisberg; R. McCoy. Row Two: P. Korins; C. Worthing; V. Buscemi; S. Kasden; L. Williams; M. Pirylis; D. DePorio; H. Der Marderosian, Coach. CHEERLEADERS Front Row: M. Beletz; D. Napp, Co-Captains. Row Two: D. Kaplan; R. Jacobs. Row Three: J. Alinikoff; A. Martin. 86 EVENING DIVISION Mr. John W. Powell of the Fund for Adult Education describes the strength and the weakness of most college and university evening divisions with the statement: " Adult education is everybody’s job and nobody ' s business. " The Emerson Evening Division at Emerson College is the specific business of the Evening Division Advisory Committee which is composed of Emerson administrators, heads of departments, and the director of the Evening Division. In this connection, it is appropriate to state the educational philosophy of the Evening Division: So That All May Learn! In order to implement this philosophy it is the complex task of the Evening Division to provide for the needs of individual students of differing abilities, interests, backgrounds and goals. Hence the Evening Division curriculum is of necessity re-studied and revised every term. Emerson’s sincere interest in a practical and stimulating approach to the field of continuing education, has led to the development of such dynamic new offerings as: Technical Writing Institute, Management Communication Institute, and Parliamentary Practice Institute. Consonant with the philosophy so that all may learn, Emerson Even ing Division offerings currently range from Elements of Acting to Seminars in Psychology. " All together now, one, two, three!” SUMMER Perhaps the most comprehensive introduction to the Emerson College Summer Session might be pre- sented in a " Do You Know?” format. Do You Know? . . . That the Emerson Summer Session is one of the oldest summer study institutions in the nation? Summer term courses were offered at Emer- son as early as 1889. That the Emerson Summer Session has attracted students and teachers from every state in the U.S. and from Canada, China, England, Paki- stan, and the Philippines? Emerson’s prestige in the field of Communication Arts appears to be international. That the Emerson Summer Session pioneered in Radio (and late T.V. courses) for teachers? Teachers still look to Emerson for guidance in educational broadcasting. 88 That the Emerson Summer Session was the first fully accredited New England college to offer a specially designed course for high school stu- dents (in 1941)? This summer, Emerson of- fers eight courses for high school students (no college credit, of course). That the Emerson Summer Session attracts a truly cosmopolitan student body? A partial listing of students by occupation in- dues: high school and elementary teachers, professors, actors, salesmen, ministers, rabbis, priests, nuns, housewives, night club chan- teuses, models, lawyers, engineers, and doctors. That the Emerson Summer Session practices what other educational institutions preach about small classes and individual attention (for stu- dent growth)? Graduate and undergraduate students in the summer term are most enthusiastic about their educational experience which is characterized as pleasant and profitable. 89 FOR THOSE Frank There must be those who follow to support! Jane 90 Without whom there WHO LEAD QyEditOtS Art Editor . Literary A sSlSta ° Assistant Editors Literary Staff STAFF a Prank O’Mata Sara .Ann R«n« Tom De Sirr one L)a ve Savoy i 1ane Seastrom UK a uwiS ' • l nuie Eopez-EeP e Art Schiff, b P Ser, and Esther Stiver. Btenn er LUie MtobeUi, Typist .... our gratitude to ..... Lana ' font would be no EMERSONIAN! 91 " MOMENTS TO REMEMBER " " Dearie:” " Dearie do you remember when we sat as the Freshman Class; listening to the Lectures Blast Dearie, life was wearie in those good old Freshman Days.” " 1 Would Trust Her” " Picture this, a Beanie is resting a top of your head; Here you were, nervous and flighty your face was all red.” " Day By Day” " Day by day we went along the Sophomore way and day by day, we seemed to grow; There wasn ' t any end to Evolution, The Library Fund became our Resolution; And day by day we went to Ken’s along the way And say oh say the " Pop’s " came up in May.” " Nearness of You” Its not the Speech Exam that excites me, nor the English that delights me; oh no; its just the thought of the Prom.” As we were gathered in the theatre, our minds could have been clearer; If we, hadn ' t played bridge ’till three.” " Our Love is Here to Stay” It ' s very clear, Four years have gone so fast; It’s very clear, our college days have past. " In time the Banquet and Class Day, Sneak Day and Grad Day will be only memories; but we’ll keep thinking of them time and time again.” " It’s very clear, our Hearts will never stray; Even though we go along a different way.” " In years our Sisters and Brothers, and many others, they will always remain; These Years are here to to Stay.” Thank-you Haig and Mike 92 " I probably won’t get married for at least five years!” — Robert Greenman WORDS FROM " True love is giving — not binding!” — Norma Geisinger c u. 3 X " Don’t worry; I’ll have the script done before the show goes off the air!” — Sheila Gillin a 0 C3 ' vi u x X 3 O a j a o X " The realist accepts the inevitable and is aware; the romanticist rationalizes and is disillusioned!” — F. L. O’Mara, Jr. THE " There is no such thing as an unattractive woman, only one who doesn’t make the most of herself.” — Susan Lightbown WISE " Guess what girls? I’m dormed again!” - — • Lila Putterman 93 MONTAGE " They haven ' t changed a bit.” ' Uh, I must have a dime here someplace! " Sing us another song, Sammy! " Dorm life is a barrel of fun! " Doesn’t count ’less I’m flat on my back! They had to buy new buildings in the winter! Let’s declare a holiday! IP 95 THE SUM TOTAL " What do you mean nobody’s listening?” 96 " I dare you to that again!” l-fr V " A star is born, and the critics stand by! 97 ♦ ♦ ♦ THE WORK, THE FUN Someone cut a Speech class! 98 At least, I have good intentions! t — TTM1 — if y V 1 (V . " It ' s o.k., I took the course!” " Easy on the curves, driver! " Behind those doors . . . !” " We may even get a sun tan!” " Live and let live!” THE DEEDS WE ' VE DONE ♦ ♦ ♦ " To brighten the study hours.” " Sign in, mystery guest! ” " The disinterested observer” " Who’s got the refreshments?” 101 $ i t i CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL § § § § § § LOUIS LOPEZ-CEPERO CARL EASTMANN GLORIA URBAN MICHAEL WOODNICK JUDITH ESPINOLA JAY RAZIN ALBERT VALLETTA PATRICK FIRPO dr. s. Justus mckinley President Vice President Secretary T reasurer President , Senior Class President, Junior Class President, Sophomore Class President, Freshman Class Advisor 102 BEST OF LUCK TO THE CLASS OF ' 61 FROM THE CLASS OF ' 62 OFFICERS JAY B. RAZIN President LINTON L. NELSON Vice President BARBARA H. McNURNEY Secretary BRENDA C. JOHNSON Treasurer S N § t § y § 1 $ l To the Class of 1961: Congratulations and Best Wishes. May all your future endeavors be successful. Sincerely, The Class of 1963 § + § § § § § § § § § § CLASS OFFICERS AL VALLETTA DOROTHY NAPP MARTHA BORTONE MADDI BELITZ President Vice President Secretary T reasurer 104 nr 9 ' f ! § § § PATRICK FIRPO, President DENNIS BECKER, Vice President § § § § § $ BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1961 I § § f § § § § § § § § § § § ' The future enters into us, in order to transform itself in us, long before it happens.’ — Rainer Maria Rilke FROM I I § THE CLASS OF 1964 SANDRA ADLER, Secretary RICHARD GAUTHIER, Treasurer § t 105 ' - ? " yj v? " - ’ ‘ - 6 - - - 7 ' -i? ' vj 1 ' - ?■ - y - - y5 -, X $ KAPPA GAMMA CHI ! " Remember this also and be well persuaded of its truth; the future is not in the hands of Fate but in ours.” — Jules Jusserand PHI ALPHA TAU § I § § § § § 4 106 tt ' r I I ZETA PHI ETA | I § § § § § § § § § % § S § § § § Let fame and fortune be secondary considerations in relation to the more prominent ideals of health and happiness! RHO DELTA OMEGA 107 ! ! 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I § THE DEPARTMENT OF THEATRE ARTS § § § 6 V.CT ' ir.-jy. 114 SO YOU MAY KEEP IN TOUCH . . . 115 STUDENT DIRECTORY Abber, Joan E ., 19 Melvin A venue, Brighton, Massachusetts Abramson, Jessica Farber, 1069 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts Adams, David, 41 Fairhaven Avenue, Alexandria, Virginia Auams, Jeremy S , 59 W arwick Drive, Westwood, Massachusetts Adler, Sandra E., 104 Van Arsdale Place, Teaneck, New Jersey Alinkoff, Claire J., 44 Pierce Street, Kingston, Pennsylvania Allen. George B., ' 4 Botolph Street, North Quincy 71, Massachusetts Alperin, Daniel A., 34 Solon Street, Newton 61, Massachusetts Alsedek. Donald L., 500 Bonnymead Avenue., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Altobelli. Elena F., 32 Waverly Street, Framingham, Massachusetts Ambessi, Kathryn M , 30 Dartmouth Street, Somerville, Massachusetts Ames, Richard R , ' 0 Prospect Street, Watertown 72, Massachusetts Anderson, Jon R , McGraw-Hill House, 95 Farringdon Street, London E C. 4, England, United Kingdom Arata, Robert E., 39 Neal Street, Portland, Maine Ardito, Carol A., 31 Millis Street, Hamden 14, Connecticut Arenson, Susan J . Mountain Farms Rd., W est Hartford, Connecticut Arkin, Susan B., 54 Quincy Avenue, Winthrop 52, Massachusetts Ashworth, Linda J., 14 Lakeview ' Avenue, Haverhill, Massachusetts Auerbach, Carol J., 2 Nancy Road, Milford, Massachusetts August, Gearldine S.. 1 T Marbury Avenue, Pawtucket, Rhode Island Austin, Mrs. Myrna L., 28 Anderson Street, Boston, Massachusetts Averell, Richard P , 5 22 Crestmont Avenue, Verona, Pennsylvania A versa, Susan E,, 445 West 240 Street, Riverdale 63, New York Bain, Ronald E., 68 Scotland Street, Hingham, Massachusetts Baker. Theodore M., Mr. Zion Road, Marlboro, New York Balicer. Felicia M , 690 Rogers Avenue. Brooklyn 26, New York Baltin, Bruce E , 20 ' South First Street, Highland Park, New ' Jersey Bargamian, Charles A., 31 Hollywood Avenue, Warwick, Rhode Island Barison, Andrea I., 92 Commonwealth Drive, Teaneck, New Jersey Barnett, Donald J , 2540 Ocean Avenue, Brooklyn 29, New York Bart, Saundra G. S., 25 Central Park Wes t, New ' York, New York Barton, Jerome D., 5 Ascot Way, Clark, New Jersey Bassman, Bruce D , 99 Metropolitan Oval, Bronx 62, New York Batson, Susan A , 160 Ruthven Street, Roxbury, Massachusetts Beaton, Cameron MacL., R D 1, Box 94, Kingston, New York Beaulieu, Donald G , 32 Bellrose Street, Stafford Springs, Connecticut Beck, Judith A , 32 Winter Street, Marlborough, Massachusetts Becker, Janice C., 200 South Street, Chestnut Hill 67, Massachusetts Becker, Rodney D , 5 1 3 Chestnut Street, West Reading, Pennsylvania Behringer, Walter J. Jr., ' 51 Balsam Way, Union, New Jersey Belitz, Madeline, 100 North 12th Street, New Hyde Park, Long Island, New York Beli, Nancy A., 8 Columbus Circle, Eastchester, New York Bellsey, Leslie B , 1 9 Charles Street, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania Belostock, Maxine L , 1 ' 8 Broad Street, Portsmouth, New Hampshire Bender, Hope J., 262 Freeman Parkway, Providence, Rhode Island Beresner, Myrna L , Andrew Lan e, Orange, Connecticut Berkowitz, Ellen M., 152 ' Leslie Street, Hillside, New Jersey Bernstein, Dorothy A., 40 North ' Avenue, Highland Park, New Jersev Bertoline, Priscilla A , 58 Stanwood Drive, New Britain, Connecticut Binder, Roberta D , 20 Laurel Road, Milton 87, Massachusetts Bissonnette, C onrad P , 61 Jewett Street, Manchester, New Hampshire Blake, Alison H , 609 Long Beach Road, Rockville Centre, New York B, rn. C arolyn S., 15“ Jordan Road, Brookline, Massachusetts B ikstein, Helene L., 228 Wyngate Drive, Massapequa, Long Island, New York Boorky, Judith D , 69 Vassar Street, Worcester, Massachusetts Borkum, Paula M., 159 Ward Street, Newton Centre 59, Massachusetts Borsuk. Frances R , 523 West Beech Street, Long Beach, New York B rtonc, Martha M , 18 Lovell Road, Watertown 72, Massachusetts Boxer, (onarhan N . “0“ Central Avenue, Woodmere, New York Boyce, Mrs. Sheila V., 6 Garden Terrace, Cambridge 38, Massachusetts Boyers, Brenda, 21 Walton Park, Melrose “6, Massachusetts Bradley, Esther G , 24 Park Street, Brookline 46, Massachusetts Brauer, Robert F , 1972 Oakwood Parkway, Union, New Jersey Brenner, Eleanor, 106 Valley Road, Montclair, New Jersey Bressem, Judith M 66 Silas Street, Springfield 9, Massachusetts Brinkley, Bernice C., 122 South 10 Street, Newark 7, New Jersey Brock, Keith N , 24 Whitin Avenue, Whitinsville, Massachusetts Bro isky. Marilyn I 428 Terhune Avenue, Passaic, New Jersey Broff. Marion T , 37 Lincoln Street, New Britain, Connecticut Bromberg, Paula N., 18 Burlington Street, Providence 6, Rhode Island Brooks, Nancy L., 2325 Smullian Trail South, Jacksonville 7, Florida Brother Charles Michael, St. Mary’s House, Mt. Sinai, Long Island, New York Brown, Alta J. 911 Linnie Avenue, Morristown, Tennessee Buffington, Sidney L., 1014 Meridian Street, Fall River, Massachusetts Buglio, Anthony A., 139 Rankin Avenue, Providence 8, Rhode Island Burke, Michael B., Box 403, Southport, Connecticut Burman, Jerome P., 60 Stratton Street, Boston, Massachusetts Burney, Ross F., 1999 Commonwealth Avenue, Brighton 35, Massachusetts Burns, Kenneth H., 127 Oxford Road, New ' Rochelle, New York Burton, Richard H., Lancaster Avenue, Montrose, New York Buscemi, Vincent J., 7 Espie Avenue, Maynard, Massachusetts Campbell, Jean A., 623 State Street, Mishawaka, Indiana Carlson, Susan A., 2 Nancy Place, North Massapequa, New York Carman, Nancy K., Trumansburg, New York Carpenter, Claire A., Arcade Avenue, Seekonk, Massachusetts Carrigan, James E. T., 17 McKinnin Avenue, Milton, Massachusetts Carty, Virginia M., 23 Wycliff Avenue, West Roxbury 32, Massachusetts Casella, Ann Marie, Waltham Road, Wayland, Massachusetts Cassidy, Robert D , 1 Exeter Street, Boston, Massachusetts Catanzaro, John J., 17 New ' man Way, Arlington 74, Massachusetts Catino, Edward N., 95 Princeton Street, Medford 55, Massachusetts Cavanaugh, Anne, 36 Middlesex Avenue, Wilmington, Massachusetts Chalfin, Beverly A., 489 Prospect Street, Woonsocket, Rhode Island Chatoff, Norma, 300 Pelham Road, New ' Rochelle, New York Clarke, Louise A., 1 Revoli Avenue, Spanish Tow»n, Jamaica, British West Indies Clayton, Robert A., 6727-48 Avenue, Woodside 77, New ' York Cohan, Jacqueline L., 3530 Henry Hudson Parkway, New York 63, New ' York Cohen, Alan P., 40 Humphrey Street, Marblehead, Massachusetts Cohen, Barbara F., 565 North Forest Drive, West Englewood, New Jersey Cohen, Marion F., 285 Lexington Street, Watertown, Massachusetts Cohen, Stephen G., 65 Firglade Avenue, Springfield 8, Massachusetts Colbath, Sheila, R. 1, East Corinth, Maine Cole, Marjorie L., 159 Grovers Avenue, Bridgeport 5, Connecticut Collins, Kenneth A., 2135 North Main Street, Danville, Virginia Cortell, Neal P., 11 St. Paul Street, Brookline 46, Massachusetts Cosman, Marilyn Spring, Cottage Street, Marion, Massachusetts Cranshaw ' , Elaine, 1380 Cohannet Street, Taunton, Massachusetts Crawford, Terrayne L., 44 Oakland Street, Medford, Massachusetts Crow ' ley, Virginia E., 299 Liberty Road, Englewood, New Jersey Ctibor, Richard A., School Street, Clifton, New Jersey Custer, Nathan E., 275 Lowell Avenue, Newtonville 60, Massachusetts Dahill, Paul F., 94 Harlow ' Street, Arlington 74, Massachusetts Dane, Linda E., 5 Glendale Road, Marblehead, Massachusetts Daniels, James W., Ill, 3 Cabot Court, Newtonville 60, Massachusetts Davidson, Robert G., 2 Lafayette Street, Fairhaven, Massachusetts Darlich, Amy L., 21 Randwood Lane, Buffalo 16, New York Dean, Dale Carole, 28 S. Montgomery Avenue, Atlantic City, New Jersey Delaney, Claire M., 30 High Street, Cambridge 38, Massachusetts Demond, Suzanne S., 122 Cottage Street, New ' Haven, Connecticut DerKazarian, Charles A., 23 Kingsbury Street, Worcester 10, Mass. Derris, Carol R., 177 Monroe Street, Law ' rence, New York DeSarno, Isabel J., 126 Bartlett Avenue, Belmont 79, Massachusetts DeSimone, Thomas P., 506 North Avenue, Weston, Massachusetts DeTorio, David A., 224 E. Slingluff Avenue, Dover, Ohio Dewey, Priscilla A., 206 North Main Street, Reading, Massachusetts DiFruscia, Anthony R., 81 White Street, Lawrence, Massachusetts Dionne, Donald A., 800 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts Doblin, Jane L., 55 East Park Drive, Paterson 4, New Jersey Dooneief, Barbara, Fuller Park, Mt. Kisco, New York Draghetti, Janet A., Bedford Street, Lakeville, Massachusetts Draper, Mrs. Joyce N., 38 Spring Lane, Canton, Massachusetts Driscoll, William J., 135 Beechwood Avenue, Mt. Vernon, New York Eastman, Carl W., 147 Union Street, East Bridgewater, Massachusetts Edwards, Daryl M , 1 146 Holley Lane, Jacksonville 7, Florida Eisman, Charlotte, 24 Frontenac Street, Dorchester 24, Massachusetts Emberton, Monzelle, 81 1 North Sherman, Liberal, Kansas Emond, Charles J., 23 Walnut Street, Claremont, New Hampshire Epstein, Anne C., 7 Beach Road, Winthrop 52, Massachusetts Epstein, Judith L., 48 Minell Place, Teaneck, New Jersey Epstein, Marjorie M., 26 Pinehurst Road, Holyoke, Massachusetts Espinola, Judith C., 17 Merrill Road, Cranston, Rhode Island Evanier, David N., 34-1 5 74 Street, Jackson Heights 72, New York 16 STUDENT DIRECTORY Evans, Donald L., c o Vengref, Apartedo 16, Barcelona, Venezuela, S. A. Exoo, George D., 6628 Mill Road, Brecksville, Ohio Fand, Phyllis N., 129 Weequahic Avenue, Newark 12, New Jersey Farber, Jacob, 137 Ballard Drive, West Hartford, Connecticut Fellman, Judith A., 1326 Morrissey Blvd., Quincy 69, Massachusetts Feller, Abby D., 5335 North Magnolia Avenue, Chicago 40, Iillinois Ferreira, Bernard A., 429 South Main Street, Cohasset, Massachusetts Field, Jeffrey L., Pine Ridge Road, Westford, Massachusetts Fields, Jacqueline E., 22 Chevy Drive, Amityville, New York Fink, Karen, 13 1 Mohegan Drive, West Hartford 17, Connecticut Finkelstein, Karen S., 379 Winthrop Road, West Englewood, New Jersey Firpo, Patrick R., 707 Blackstone Street, Blackstone, Massachusetts Fisher, Marlene L., 207 North 32 Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Fishman, Mrs. Sally W., 139 Walton Road, Belmont Massachusetts Florea, Karen J., 27 Carousel Lane, Lido Beach, New York Flynn, John I., 10 Trimount Street, Dedham, Massachusetts Forstadt, Carole, 305 Camelia Road, New Bern, North Carolina Fox, Eve F., 9 Ailee Road, Massapequa, Long Island, New York Fox, Gary J., P. O. Box 53, Middlefield, Connecticut Foxman, Charlotte S., 469 Wyngate Road, Wynnewood, Pennsylvania Frankel, Nina P., 37 Elberta Road, Maplewood, New Jersey Franzenburg, John C., 8 Gutheil Lane, Great Neck, New York Freeman, Arlene B., 46 Grant Avenue, Newton Centre 59, Massachusetts Friedman, Muray A., 194 Bishop Drive, Framingham, Massachusetts Friedman, Myrna L., 623 Maitland Avenue, Teaneck, New Jersey Frohock, Stephen E., Ledgewood Drive, Norwalk, Connecticut Frolkis, Carol J., 3554 Latimore Road, Shaker Heights 22, Ohio Frucht, Stephen J., 284 17 Avenue, Paterson, New Jersey Fuessenich, Berclee C., Dutton Road, Littlefield, Connecticut Gage, Bradford S., 30 Sheraton Avenue, South Braintree 85, Masachusetts Gagnon, John B., 735 Hanover Street, Fall River, Massachusetts Galt, Lisa, 1430 Beech Street, Atlantic Beach, New York Gatti, Robert D., 54 Wedgewood Road, West Newton 65, Massachusetts Gauthier, Richard F., 68 Carpenter Street, Pawtucket, Rhode Island Gebo, Patricia M., 1301 Van Cortland Street, Schenectady, New York Geisinger, Mrs. Norma G., 3 Fuller Street, Brookline, Massachusetts George, Kenneth F., 18 Princeton Street, Newton 58, Massachusetts Giblin, John T., 60 Lexington Avenue, Cambridge 38, Massachusetts Gidney, Marilyn R., 5251 North Bay Road, Miami Beach 40, Florida Gifford, Gilbert M., Jr., 8 Quinsigamond Avenue, Worcester 8, Mass. Gillin, Sheila J., 218 Summer Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Gisser, Meryl A., 346 Ocean Avenue, Lakewood, New Jersey Glass, Richard M., 270 North Broadway, Yonkers, New York Goldberg, Felice M., 600 West 239 Street, New York 63, New York Goldberg, Judith, 23 Cricket Lane, West Roxbury 32, Massachusetts Goldberg, Phyllis R., 64 Bradlee Avenue, Swampscott, Massachusetts Goldberger, Steve I., 10 Pine Drive, Great Neck, New York Goldblatt, Joyce P., 58 Hilton Avenue, Hempstead, Long Island, New York Goldhair, Judith B., 113 Hillary Circle, New Rochelle, New York Goldstein, Richard M., 640 Pelham Road, New Rochelle, New York Goldstein, Sandra G., 15 End Street, Plymouth, Pennsylvania Goodman, Richard, 77 Roosevelt Drive, Middletown, Connecticut Goodwill, John C., 47 Proctor Road, South Chelmsford, Massachusetts Gordon, Donald S., 153 Ocean Avenue, Portland, Maine Gorsky, Lana R., R.R. 1, Box 260, Glenwood Road, Ellington, Conn. Gough, Kathleen M., 18 Eliot Avenue, West Newton 65, Massachusetts Gould, June B., 359 Yale Avenue, Woodmere, New York Grant, Mrs. Zoya Orloff, 24 Queensbury Street, Boston, Massachusetts Grassman, Gerald C., Otisco Lane, Marietta, New York Greene, Gail E., 22 Cleveland Street, New London, Connecticut Greenman, Robert S., 15 Gloucester Street, Boston, Massachusetts Griffin, Elaine M., 233 Lenox Avenue, Albany, New York Grodin, Enid C., 110-26 68 Road, Forest Hills, New York Grossman, Deena H., 83 Morgan Street, 9A, Stamford, Connecticut Grossman, Leslie J., 196-75 McLaughlin Avenue, Holliswood 23, New York Grossman, Linda-Joy, 4 Rutgers Street, Irvington 11, New Jersey Gursey, Ellen M., 63-61 99 Street, Forest Hills 74, New York Gussak, Janet, 31 Parker Avenue, Deal, New Jersey Gutlon, Marjorie J., 135 Willard Road, Brookline 46, Massachusetts Hall, Eleanor P., Prospect Street, Marshfield, Massachusetts Halladay, Peter E., 10 Waldron Avenue, Cranston, Rhode Island Hamilton, Michael J., 2645 Darlington Road, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania Hamlin, Wayne, Cedar Knolls, New Milford, Connecticut Hammel, Susan S., 961 East 24th Street, Brooklyn 10, New York Handelman, Jo-Sue, 720 East 49th Street, Brooklyn 3, New York Hanlon, Richard B., 14 Alberta Street, West Roxbury 32, Massachusetts Hanson, Allen L., 30 Coral Avenue, Winthrop, Massachusetts Harding, Maurie L., Merritts Pond Road, Riverhead, New York Harding, David C., 27 Fairview Avenue, Northampton, Massachusetts Hayes, Paul J., 162 West Canton Street, Boston, Massachusetts Hayman, Richard B., 54 Rawson Road, Arlington, Massachusetts Hecht, Isabelle M., 6300 North Bay Road, Miami Beach, Florida Herne, Raymond P., 71 Governors Road, Milton 86, Massachusetts Hickey, Francis J., 270 Winthrop Street, Medford 55, Massachusetts Hill, Donald W., 120 South Kentucky Avenue, Atlantic City, New Jersey Hill, John R., Jr., Ocean Drive, Delaware, Massachusetts Hill, Timothy C., 203 Hoover Road, Rochester 17, New York Hodgkins, Willard H., Jr., Quincy Road, Rumney, New Hampshire Hoffman, Neil A., 612 West 1 12th Street, New York 25, New York Hornig, Barry D., 243 West Market Street, Long Beach, New York Houle, Betrand P., 171 Main Street, Newmarket, New Hampshire Howard, Charles F., 31 Pembroke Road, Weston 93, Massachusetts Hudson, Andrew A., 90 Middlesex Street, Bradford, Massachusetts Huff, Joseph A., 72 Washington Street, Hyde Park 36, Massachusetts Isacowitz, Stuart J., 138 Beach 149th Street, Neponsit 94, New York Jackman, Mary A., 42 Old Meadow Plain Road, Simsbury, Connecticut Jacobs, Roberta G., 616 Ogden Avenue, West Englewood, New Jersey Jaffe, Lois M., 6 Vista Avenue, Leominster, Massachusetts Jarvis, Lynville W., Box 67-A, Chester, Vermont Johnson, Brenda C., 18 Tyler Avenue, W etsMedford 56, Massachusetts Johnson, Brenda C., 18 Tyler Avenue, West Medford 56, Massachusetts Johnson, Linda D., 129 Clay Street, Wollaston 70, Massachusetts Jordan, Shirley L., 105 Franklin Street, Watertown 72, Massachusetts Kades, Linda R., 1635 Emerson Street, Beloit, Wisconsin Kaditz, Carole G., 16 Grenada Street, Worcester 2, Massachusetts Kagan, Joyce S., 438 Beach 22 Street, Far Rockaway 91, New York Kahn, Mrs. Ruth, c o Mrs. R. C. Smith, Lincoln Lane, Sudsbury, Mass. Kallish, Robert A., 1 10 Patton Boulevard, New Hyde Park, New York Kalman, Kay, 22-52 93rd Street, Jackson Heights 69, New York Kamens, Linda, 6324 Bandera, Dallas, Teaxs Kane, Charles S., 63 Valley View Avenue, Summit, New Jersey Kaplan, Diane M., 5200 Logan South, Minneapolis 19, Minnesota Kaplan, Mrs. Marilyn H., 351 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Masachusetts Kaplan, Susan L., 835 Castle Point Terrace, Hoboken, New Jersey Kapsalis, Helen C., 72 Mountain Avenue, Bayville, Long Island, N. Y. Karp, Ezra J., 18 Denise Court, Stamford, Connecticut Kasden, Stephen D., 205 Bennett Street, Fairfield, Bridgeport 4, Connecticut Kasper, Marvin, 538 Chestnut Lane, East Meadow, Long Island, New York Kasten, Donald A., 85-1 1 Palo Alto Street, Hollis 23, New York Katz, Susan, 203 Harrison Avenue, Highland Park, New Jersey Kaye, Anne S., 63 Catalina Drive, Springfield, Massachusetts Keefe, Rosemary V., 11 Harnden Road, Malden 48, Massachusetts Kelly, Patrica L., 1 Highland Terrace, Malden 48, Massachusetts Kenny, Virginia A., 10 Radcliffe Road, Arlington, Massachusetts Kent, Bruce I., 515 West End Avenue, New York 24, New York Kerzner, Estelle M., 131 Lyndon Road, Cranston, Rhode Island Klausner, Patti F., 63-49 77 Place, Middle Village 79, New York Kleinman, Brenda J., 3618 Green Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Kligman, Roberta, 19 Sumner Street, Revere 51, Massachusetts Knoy, Norma L., 646 Jerusalem Road, Cohasset, Massachusetts Kohler, John W., Jr., 80A West Cedar Street, Boston, Masachusetts Koller, John D., 9 Martin Road, Wellesley 81, Massachusetts Kolodney, Joanne S., 1584 Stanley Street, New Britain, Connecticut Kommel, Robin R., 1271 97th Street, Miami Beach 54, Florida Konesky, Linda D., 428 East 32nd Street, Paterson, New Jersey Korff, Lillian R., 410 Westfield Avenue, Bridgeport 6, Connecticut Korins, Paul K., 79 Nahant Street, Lynn, Massachusetts Kozlowski, John R., 71 Woodlawn Avenue, Chelsea 50, Massachusetts Kramer, Joel M., 932 Bronx Park South, Bronx 60, New York Kranish, Paula Frances, 69-10 108th Street, Forest Hills, New York Krasner, Elinor I., 52 Avalon Road, Garden City, New York Kreisberg, George K., 247 East Bayviesv Avenue, Merrick, New York Kritz, Carole T., 82009 190th Street, Jamaica 23, New York Kvasnicka, Jerry W., 1907 Berkeley Avenue, Petersburg, Virginia Lampke, June, 1 12 Gardner Road, Brookline 46, Massachusetts Landy, Howard B., 1534 Selwyn Avenue, Bronx 57, New York 117 STUDENT DIRECTORY Line, Ann M ,55 Robert Road. Marblehead, Massachusetts Lane, David M , RED 2, Wyoming, New York Larson, Priscilla A , 55 Wightman Street, Lowell, Massachusetts Lavendier, Carole E., 232 Cottage Street, Pawtucket, Rhode Island Lawrence Gail R . 91 Keer Avenue, Newark, New Jersey Laxton, Glenn V , 7 Cormier Road, Lincoln, Rhode Island Lear. Merle D , 615 Bailey Avenue, Elizabeth 3, New Jersey Lebenson, Rachelle B , 54 Atkinson Road, Rockville Centre, New York Lefebvre, Richard H , Penfield Hill, Portland, Connectiut Lerman, Adele H , 31 Kenwood Avenue, Newton Centre 59, Massachusetts Levin, Flora J., 1694 Wildwood Road, N.E , Atlanta, Georgia Levins, Florence R . 87 West North Street, Manchester, New Hampshire Levy, Linda S., 404 Ridgewood Avenue, Glen Ridge, New Jersey Levy, Sandra R . 43 Rotch Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Lewis, Richard J , 7 Well Avenue, Danbury, Connecticut Lewis. William J., 205 Carnation Street, Pawtucket, Rhode Island Lightbow n, Susan E., 241 North Benson Road, Fairfield, Connecticut Lindsay, Christopher G., Chestnut Hill Road, Montague, Massachusetts Lingley, John R , Jr., 19 Greenfield Street, Brockton, Massachusetts Litch. Ellana R , 553 Prospect Street, Westfield, New Jersey Litman, Nancy A,, 359 Lafayette Street, Salem, Massachusetts Littlefield, Ruth M . Bethany Woods, Bethany 15, Connecticut Litwin, Dorothy L , 619 Sagamore Avenue, Teaneck, New Jersey Livingston, Barbara, 120 Dwight Street, New Haven 1 1, Connecticut Lonergan, Robert J., R F.D 1, Old Plains Road, Willimantic, Connecticut Long, David A , 15 Ridge Drive, Juniper Ridge, Danbury, Connecticut Lopez-Ccpero, Louis J., 25 Birchwood Circle, Fairfield, Connecticut Lowenthal, Nancy R , 61 Rockledge Road, Hartsdale, New York Lucas, Joanne L , 133 Columbia Street, Brookline 46, Massachusetts Lyons, Cecilia M , 56 6 Auburn Street, Auburndale 66, Massachusetts Mabey, Judith A., 2255 Dogwood Lane, Westbury, Long Island, New ' York Machesney, Dwight R , 148 Valley Road, Needham 92, Massachusetts Marcus, Mrs. Janice R., 61 Anderson Street, Boston, Massachusetts Margolis, Jo Ann, 94 Main Street, Newton, New Jersey Marsh, Donald MacK , 88 South Main Street, Old Town, Maine Marsh, Elizabeth J , Madison Street, Woodmere, Long Island, New York Marston, Alan D , Glenhaven Circle, Saco, Maine Martin, Anita B , 139-15 Newport Avenue, Belle Harbor 74, New York Martin, Fermta E., 276) Washington Place, Englewood, New Jersey Martinez, Armando, Jr., 200 Courtney Avenue, Pawtucket, Rhode Island Mason, Patricia L , 564 North Main Street, Leominster, Massachusetts Master, Arlene H , 136 North 7th Avenue, Highland Park, New Jersey Maxwell, Leslie I.., Litchfield, Maine McCarthy, John P , 20 Nathaniel Street, Riverside, Rhode Island McClintock, Leonard D., 2650 North Kildare Avenue, Chicago 39, Illinois McCombe, Marcia, 12 3 Northwood Road, Storrs, Connecticut McCoy. Raymond J , 103 Chadwick Street, Haverhill, Massachusetts McCrann, Carol E , 717 Bloomfield Avenue, Bloomfield, Connecticut McCray, Douglas W., 46 Riverbank, Burlington, New Jersey McDermott, P. Michael, 4804 River Basin Drive, South, Jacksonville 7, Florida McDonald, Celeste A , 236 Webster Street, East Boston 28, Massachusetts McElroy, Suzanne A , 45 Frances Street, Needham, Massachusetts McGee, William J , 13 Tremont Street, Marlborough, Massachusetts McIntyre, James J , III, 147 Johnson Road, Scarsdale, New ' York McKmstry, Dianne E., 306 Broadway, Cambridge, Massachusetts McNab, Jean, A , 733 Landing Road North, Rochester 25, New York M Nurney, Barbara H ,98 West Central Street, Natick, Massachusetts Mello, Edward C , 1 7 9 Grant Street, Fall River, Massachusetts Meltzer, Dory, 195 C hestnut Street, Garfield, New Jersey Mewhinney, Nona, 1227 DuBarry Lane, Houston 18, Texas Meyer, Walter W , 30 1 1 Southern Drive, Fair Lawn, New Jersey Michals, Mrs. Donna Zacks, 37 Commonwealth Avenue, Haverhill, Massachusetts Miller, Barbara M , 241 Harrison Street, Passaic, New Jersey Miller, Deborah E., 140 Edgehill Road, New Haven 1 1 , Connecticut Miller, Eleanor B , Starr Ridge Farm, Brewster, New York Miller, Karen A , 3483 Chase Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida Miller, Nancy E , Main Street, Norwell, Massachusetts Miller, Nancy S., 8H)3 Avenue L, Brooklyn 36, New York Miller, Susan M , 4 Dartmouth Road, West Orange, New Jersey Miller, Wayne D , 33 Martin Street, Brockton 44, Massachusetts Mongiovi, Armta L , 1 1 South Hancock Street, Revere 51, Massachusetts Morgan, Mrs Barbara G , 1 3 3 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts Morgan, Joan E., 21 Lothrop Street, Beverly, Massachusetts Morgenroth, Gail L., Larchmont Acres, Larchmont, New York Morrison, Marlene E., 76 Wood Road, Lincoln, Rhode Island Mount, Julia A., 118 Hunter Avenue, Trenton 10, New Jersey Mullen, Regina E., 63 Union Street, Watertown 72, Massachusetts Musone, Frank P., 18 University Drive, Fairfield, Connecticut Musto, Faith A., 75 Trenton Street, East Boston 28, Massachusetts Myerberg, Elizabeth A., Caves Road, Owings Mills, Maryland Napp, Dorothy J., 321 Beach 142nd Street, Neponsit 94, Long Island, New York Nathanson, Diane R., 69 Hiaw ' atha Road, Mattapan 26, Massachusetts Neely, Thomas C., 29 Longview Drive, Whippany, New Jersey Nellos, George T., 4 Diakou Street, Pyrgos, Greece Nelson, Beverly A., R.F.D. 2, Newtown, Connecticut Nelson, Linton L., 1422 East 80th Street, Cleveland 3, Ohio Newberger, Judy, 77 Kerrigan Street, Long Beach, New York Newman, Adele S., 115 Walnut Street, Malden 48, Massachusetts Nicholson, John B., 73 Wyman Road, Billerica, Massachusetts Nierman, Janice, 14 1 Ormond Street, Mattapan 26, Massachusetts Nollman, Barbara S., 27 Barnesdale Road, Natick, Massachusetts Novisky, Philip J., 52 Green Street, Athol, Massachusetts Nunes, Victor T., 540 Adelphi Street, East Meadow, New York Ochoa, Mrs. Of il ia, 27 Macintosh Avenue, Needham, Massachusetts O’Donnell, Melinda A., West Sand Lake, New York O ' Keefe, Bernard M., 132 Greene Street, North Andover, Massachusetts O Mara, Francis L., 67 Church Street, Gardiner, Maine Opotzner, Barbara L., 650 South Indian Hill Road, Orange, Connecticut Oropallo, Rosalie A., 114 Stoddard Road, Waterbury, Connecticut Ouellette, Rose-Marie, 384 Rindge Avenue, Cambridge, Massachusetts Page, Walter P , Water Street, Meredith, New Hampshire Palmer, Ann F , Washington, West Virginia Palmer, Geraldine B., 463 East 34th Street, Paterson 4, New Jersey Palmer, Joel D., 1318 University, Adrian Michigan Paltrowitz, Mrs. Linda G., 1419 Commonwealth Avenue, Brighton, Massachusetts Panciera, H. 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