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? .1 % • H I TABLE OF CONTENTS DEDICATION 10 FACULTY and ADMINISTRATION 14 ) ACTIVITIES 39 SENIORS 97 " The New Boston” is a phrase that is frequently heard at present. Buildings are being torn down every day and new ones put up in their place. Whole sections of the city are completely changed, over night, to make room for new modern additions. Plans that stagger the imagination and challenge any science fiction writer, are beginning to become a reality. The whole skyline and con- cept of " The Old Boston” promises to take on a new modern appearance. In turn with these startling changes and plans, Emerson College is assuming its rightful place in an expanding metropolis. Not only is Emerson growing, but it is also helping the city to grow. Emerson College, along with the many other educational institutions in the city, is helping to establish " The New Boston” as the educational center of the country. In our progressive society, communications are becoming a vital necessity to our way of life. Emerson is a major contributor to this vital peld. As the community grows and expands, so must the college. Emerson’s heritage is Boston. We are a part of the city and it is a part of us. We represent the culture of Boston and we, in turn, hope to add to that culture. This book aims to show the close relationship that exists between our college and the city, and it should serve as a reminder of the debt that we owe to " The Old” and " The New Boston.” Dr. S. Justice McKinley Ten years ago Dr. S. Justice McKinley was inaugurated as President of Emerson College. On a night in December, 1962, a testimonial dinner was held in Dr. McKinley’ s honor celebrating this happy anniversary. This testi- monial paid tribute to the fine work that Dr. McKinley has done at Emerson during the past decade. We, the members of the Class of 1963, would like to express our thanks for his dedicated and devoted service. J 6 i 1952 Inaugural Ceremonies 7 Dear Emersonians: Can we learn to use what we have? That is a question your generation must answer. Research is bringing us new knowledge and new technology at an ever- increasing rate. This means an increasing flow of new power for good or evil. This will be quickly directed toward achieving the goals of the rulers of the regimented societies. It is more difficult to direct this power to serving the ends of free men in a free society. Freedom of choice requires that the new knowl- edge be available to all. Self-government means that many millions of indi- viduals must make individual decisions before achieving the political majority that makes effective action possible. Only by the full development through education of the varying potential of all our young people can we hope to meet this challenge. The task of enabling men and women with different backgrounds, different aptitudes, and different areas of specialization to make effective choices and achieve effectual co-operation is so enormous that any special capacity for observation, interpretation, communication, and leadership must be developed to the full. In 2003 A.D., when you will have reached my age, the Class of 1963 will be returning for its fortieth reunion. As an alumni class you will have partici- pated so actively in the development of our college that the campus will still be home to you even though none of the present faculty and administration will be here to greet you. While you and your children and grandchildren leaf through the pages of this book, the alumni office staff will be pouring over the records of your life and career and preparing your biographies for your class history. This history will show how you as individuals and Emerson as a college have responded to the challenge of this era of change. I am confident that it will be a record of growth and of sognificant contributions to the solution of the problem of learning to use what we have, both in your own lives and in your community. As a result of your Emerson education you will have been enabled to find your careers in work that was satisfying because it was suited to your aptitudes, personalities, and aspirations. This will have involved some position of leader- ship and influence on others and will have enabled you to make some contri- bution to that improvement of communication and development of integrity that must come if men are to continue to work together in a free society. For many the record of growth will show graduate degrees earned, signifi- cant publications, and increasingly important positions held. Some of you will appear in later Emersonians as faculty and administrators. Some of you will be in the academic procession as Corporators and Trustees of the college. But for all of you the best indication of growth will be seen in the breadth of your interests and in the respect of your associates and your community. You will be approaching retirement age hut you will know that retirement will not mean an end to activity and growth. Community groups will be eager in their demand on your increased time for leadership and service. 8 Through your constant efforts for improved communications for others you will, yourselves, have grown into the new patterns of thinking and acting needed in the twenty-first century. As you return to the campus you will find the faculty and administration have the same feelings of regret, hope, and good wishes for the graduating class that we now have for you. I believe that you will be able to assure the Class of 2003 that the challenge of learning to use what w e have can be met if enough individuals are able and willing to accept their personal responsi- bility for extending their own understanding and for working for even more effective communication for others. 9 D E D I Creating unity from confusion is one of the most difficult tasks known to man. A task so great can only be performed by those with a capacity for guidance, coupled with patiefice and understanding. Four years ago the class of 1963 needed just this. We were a part of a new and exciting world. Noth- ing seemed to fall into place. It was as though we were individual strands in a great tapestry. But the strands needed to be drawn together by skillful weavers; needed to be guided patiently and with understanding into a com- plete, unified design. This weaving took much time. Slowly and carefully each strand was brought into place. 10 C A T I O N JOHN CHASE As the hues became brighter, the pattern more depnite, our four years at Emerson were slipping by. We had sought guidance; we found it. We needed patience; it was given. We wanted understanding; and it was there. Behind us was the confusion in which the class was born, the difficulties of past years. Before us now is the promise of our future. Each of the pne threads represents one of us, showing us the pattern of our lives, carefully brought together by these weavers into a beautiful unity. Now we leave. But the design is not destroyed because we are always a part of the tapestry. To the skillful weavers Lora and John Chase we dedicate this our yearbook. 11 12 13 ADMINISTRATION Richard D. Pierce Dean of Emerson College The duties of the Dean of Emerson College, the responsibilities of counse lor and friend, and the desire and capacity to arouse intellectual curiosity, are three great tasks. To do any of these, one must go beyond the mere boundaries of administrator, advisor, and instructor. To do all three of these requires a man with an abiding interest in and loyalty to Emerson, a deep concern for both the intellectual and emotional growth of the students of Emerson, and a sincere dedication to teaching. Everyone must agree that these attributes are rarely found in one man. We, the Class of 1963, have found such a man within the limits of Emerson College. It is to this man. Dean Richard D. Pierce, that we give our whole-hearted appreciation for his devotion and loyalty to us. COUNSELLORS MRS. RUTH SOUTHWICK MAXFIELD Counsellor of Comen During our four years as Emerson students, we have turned to Ruth Maxfield and Harold Nickerson many times. Each time they have greeted us with open mind and heart. Now, that our four years at Emerson are drawing to a close, we would like to thank them for all they have done for us, no matter how little or great the deed. We shall remember them always. We can never fully repay our debt of gratitude to these two wonderful people, but we can say a humble " thank-you” for all that they have done for us. A year does not pass in the life of a college student that some type of problem does not arise. To listen to these problems, to council, to advise; these are the tasks of the Dean of Women and the Dean of Men. I 16 MR. HARRY N. NICKERSON, JR. Counsellor of Men ADMINISTRATION Mr. Harr)’ N. Nickerson, Jr. Director of Admissions Mr. Roger Wilder Business Manager 17 I Mr. John Chase Director of Alumni Relations Mr. Anthony Van Riper Public Relations Director Mrs. Esther Darker Librarian Mr. David R. McConnell Director of Student Relations Mr. John W. Zorn Director of Summer Session 18 Miss Joan B. Whitney Miss Joan F. Wallent Director of Permone?it Placement Assistant Director of Admissions Mrs. Claire B. MacMillan Secretary to the President Mrs. Helen Desmond Receptionist Mrs. Lucy Jones Assistant to the Bursar 19 Lawrence Bloom Clinicians Supervisor Helena Beale Receptionist Leah Scott Director of Alumni Records Louise Pellegrino Assistant Registrar 20 David Savoy Assistant Director of Alumni Records I Henry Jon Stonie Director of Men’s Dormotries Paula Shaer Assistant of Public Relations Joan Cumisky Secretary to Business Manager B. Mae Loring Secretary Speech Clinic 21 Paul Pelon Mailing Room Supervisor 22 FACULTY BROADCASTING I GERALD W. KROEGER Monkato State College, B.S. Ohio Wesleyan, M.A. GEORGE Q. QUENZEL Hofstra College, B.A. State University of Iowa, M.A. I CONRAD PAPPAS JAMESON Boston College, A.B. Boston State Teachers College, Ed. M. GEORGE MATSON University of Massachusetts Boston University, B.A. Emerson College, M.A. 24 EDUCATION ENGLISH RUTH SOUTHWICK MAXFIELD Chairman Emerson College, A.M. Boston University, A.M. DONALD JUNKINS University of Massachusetts, S.T.B., S.T.M. Boston University, A.M. CHARLOTTE LINDGREN Boston Llniversity, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. ELLIOT NORTON Harvard University, A.B. Emerson College, A.M. Suffolk, D. Jour. 25 PHYSICAL EDUCATION ALBERT PESSO Bennington College Davis and Elkins College ANNE CULLITY Simmons College 26 LANGUAGE 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 Newhan College, Cambridge University of Madrid University of Buenos Aires JOHN S. WYETH Harvard University, A.B. Middlebury College, A.M. 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. 27 SCIENCE SOCIAL SCIENCES RICHARD D. PIERCE Chairman University oi 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 PETER F. SMITH Colgate University Denison University, B.A. HENRY JON STONIE Northwestern University, B.A. Newton Theological, B.D. 28 SPEECH COLEMAN C. BENDER Chairman Pennsylvania State University, A.B. University of Illinois, Ph.D. JUNE HAMBLIN MITCHELL Emerson College, B.L.L, M.A., A.M. BERNADETE MacPHERSON North Adams State Teachers’ College Boston University Emerson College, B.L.L LYNNE LALOCK SVENNING Emerson College, B.A. 29 SPEECH THERAPY AUDREY L. HOLLAND University of Pittsburg, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. GRACE KENNEDY Salem State Teachers’ College, B.S. Emerson College, M.A. 30 ¥ CATHERINE C. PERRY Emerson College, B.L.I., M.A., A.M. Hartford Seminar) ' Eoundation, M.A. MARTHA R. THOMPSON Syracuse University, B.S. 31 THEATRE ARTS 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 PAUL j. AUSTIN Emerson College, B.S. NANCY DOLPH Emerson College, B.A. LOUIS LOPEZ-CEPERO Emerson College, B.S. STANLEY T. FUDALA Boston L niversity’, B.F.A. 32 I PETER MacLEAN Emerson College, B.S. HARRY W. MORGAN Emerson College, B.S. JACK STEIN Emerson College, S.M.O. MUSIC ROBERT PETTITT Chairman Boston University, B. Mus., M. Mus. 33 Richard Hamilton Speech Irene Christopher Librayian Donald R. Barron Fine Arts Thomas H. Dahill Fine Arts Anne Clapp Theatre Arts Thomas Cobey Broadcasting David H. Crook . . . Social Science Mary Doehler Speech Therapy William R. Faw Social Science Winston Jay Social Science Saro R. La Rocca Physical F.d neat ion Francis La Shoto Speech Barbara Matheson Theatre Arts John J. McCaffrey English Helen Grogan McMahon Psychology Betty Hughes Morris English Diane Pesso Physical Education Noel Peyrouten English Leah M. Ransom Theatre Arts Glenn Shockley English Robert E. Sparks Speech Therapy i i II 34 GRADUATE STUDENTS J. Nicholson, L, Blumenfeld, M. Paragas, M. Woodnick Maria L. Bar Jane Desmon Daly Enstrom Ellana Litch John Mainer Linton Nelson Elaine (Shapiro) Bloom Dorothy Siegal George Toomey Martin Trachtenberg 35 1 SUMMER SESSION " Summer . . 37 Teachers in short sleeves . . . rr Beach plans . . . Wide open ivindows . . , Heat leaves from the pavement . . . but the studying goes on. and the living is easy. 99 38 RELIGIOUS NEWMAN Row 1: F. Musto, P. Griffin, V. Buscemi, V. Crowley, P. Kelly, A. Garrity, P. Romeo. Row 2: E. Pest, W. Raymond, R. Gauthier, J. Walsh, P. Klim, E. McSharry, W. Harold, L. Riendeau, R. Scun, N. Jacques. INTER-FAITH COUNCIL Row 1: J. Welch, F. Musto, A. Marston. Row 2: V. Crow- ley, S. Kasden. 40 ORGANIZATIONS S.C.A. Row 1: B. Nelson, A. Marston, N. White, P. Yphantis. Row 2: L. Maxwell, J. Draghetti, K. Hattler, G. Laxton, J. Welch, P. Watts, P. Dixon, J. DuLac, V. Pallina. HILLEL Row 1: D. Lee, J. Rosenstein. Row 2: S. Kaden, H. Landy, F. Weiss. 41 G- Vv - G G- ro ' ' , ' ‘c ' ' ' v v.eV V C ' V " „e - ' -■ ontf 0 " ’ v c V. ■ ‘“ T- C ■ " 2 - C- ; 43 LITERARY BERKELEY BEACON Row 1: J. Morgan, N. Hoffman, C. Peretta, P. Mason, N. Miller, M. Solomon. Row 2: E. Grodin, V. Crowley, M. Shapiro, M. Pollack, M. Belitz, M. Beresner, M. McCombe, J. Mount. SCRIBE Row 1: J. Bressem, A. Bromer, S. Halpert, B. Gold. Roiv 2: P. Peters, J. DuLac, G. Exoo, P. Bromberg, G. Javor. 44 CHORIC SPEECH Row 1: L. Maxwell, E. Helper, J. Rosenstein, A. Garrity, M. Barron, S. Mitkowsky, M. Shapiro, G. Marlowe. Row 2; K. Crannell, M. Stone, P. Griffin, K. Hattler, D. Ilko, G. Laxton, D. Paulnock, N. Miller, P. Borkum. 45 SINGING CHOIR Rou’ I: B. Nelson, F. Musto, J. Burman, G. Marlowe, K. Berlin, L. Litch, P. Pearlman, L. Gillman, L. Epstein, S. Bart, R. Pettitt. Row 2: R. Green, J. Koenigsberg, E. Hale, J. Rosenstein, E. Rich, A. Garrity, E. Camerano, J. Geberth, L. Edwards. Roti 3- R. Papile, G. Laxton, W. Behringer, R. Bartlett, J, Welsh, J. Sferra, L. Thompson. DEBATE Row 1: H. Marderosian, S. Weiner, P. Kelly, P. Ayre, K. Winterer, C. Kritz, F. O’Mara. Row 2: M. Shields, J. Somers, S. Kasden, T. Smith, D. Cowan, T. Almajwer, M. Rubin, E. Southard. FORENSIC COUNCIL Row 1: H. Marderosian, S. Weiner, P. Kelly. Row 2: F. O’Mara, E. Southard, T. Almaguer. 48 SPEECH PATHOLOGY Row 1: A. Master, N. Miller, E. Grodin, J. Mount, P. Valentino, C. Ardito, C. Auerbach, L. Kades, J. Wierman, A. Lerman, K. Gough. Row 2: L. Pin sky, J. Morgan, M. Shapiro, T. Schweitzer, M. Salomon, J. Boorky, L. Warshaw, P. Dowey, M. Bressner. Row i: V. Crowley, B. Johnson, D. Sharp, J. Block, P. Mason, D. Bernstein, F. Levins, C. Paretta, M. Belitz, R. Miller, A. Newman, E. Southard. Row 4- S. Kasden, J. Hines, B. O’Keefe, L. Slosberg, M. Pollnack. AUDIOLOGY Row 1: J. Morgan, M. Shapiro, J. Block, M. Salomon, M. Bressner, C. Paretta, L. Kades. Row 2: V. Crowley, D. Sharp, P. Valentino, P. Mason, F. Levins, M. Belitz, E. Southard, B. Johnson, A. Newman. Row 3: S. Kasden, J. Hines, B. O’Keefe, L. Slosberg. The Clinicians of Emerson are no longer a group unique to Emerson. They have moved from the clinic to Boston and the surrounding communities, and offer their skills and services to hundreds of people each year. Along with their duties at the Robins Speech and Hearing Clinic, they now extend to the Veterans Administration Out Patient Clinic, The Holy Ghost Hospital, the Woburn Public Schools, the Industrial School for Crippled Children, the Boston Dispensary, and the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Hospital. The clinicians, like Emerson, are now an active part of Boston. 50 S.T.E.A.M Row 1: J. Du Lac, E. Berkowitz, A. Marston, S. Arenson, J. Draghetti, P. Kelly. Row 2: B. Nelson, R. Gauthier, L. Riendeau, P. Klim, J. Welch, N. White, P. Watts. PSYCHOLOGY I Row 1: A. Parker, M. Bressner, K. Turner, D. Dean, G. Aversa, E. Staples, A. Clark, J. Ostrow. Row 2: H. Shaff, J. Bedrick, J. Elorshein, M. Rybak, J. Koenigsberg, L. Kahans, G. Marlowe, B. Dine, P. Dixon, R. Papile, J. Kates, M. Shapiro, D. Eisenberg, J. Shaff, L. Korff. Row 3- B. Gold, S. Pender, S. Veves, J. Geberth, R. Kalina, J. Koller, M. Costa, S. Arenson, B. Salzburg, V. Ross, A. Wolf. i 51 GOLD KEY SOCIETY Row 1: B. Chalfin, P. Greco, P. Borkum, C. Kritz, D. Sharp, N. Frankel. Row 2: D. Savoy, R. Gauthier, V. Nunes, R. Becker, R. Miller, J. Kates. Row o ' N. Bell, F. Weiss, R. Lopez-Cepero, A. Master, F. Musto. GREEK LETTER SOCIETIES m The Pan-Hellenic Association, composed of the three sororities’ presidents, and rep- resentatives from each sorority, is now taking a more active part of not only its duty to serve the three sororities, but also in its service to Emerson, in its promotion of college spirit and the endowment of Emerson College. 54 r The Inter-Fraternity Council has a job which is growing in importance each year. With the addition of a new fraternity and more activities for each of the already well established fraternities, it is the Councils job to arrange programs to include all the desired activities of the four fraternities. It is also their duty to arrange the Spring baseball games and the Inter-Fraternity football games for the brothers of the four fraternities. M. Piryllis A. Primo P. Novisky I INTRA-FRATERNITY ALPHA PI THETA Row 1: C. Lindsay, R. Wilder, R. Carlson, G. Matson, M. Whiting. Row 2: J. Reo, D. Paulnock, H. Ratner, P. Klim, C. McClure. 56 li PHI MU GAMMA Roiv 1: F. Levins, S. Babola, L. Rodgers, E. Berkowitz. Row 2: S. Mitkowsky, R. Ansin, M. Salomon, M. Mroczkowski. 58 RHO DELTA OMEGA Ri ty 1 i ' ’ 1 II A Row 1: F. O’Mara, R. McCoy, S. Ruzensky, P. Novisky, R. Gatti, R. Gauthier, E. Cohen. Rou ' 2: C. Eastman, E. Titus, J. Huff, B. O’Keefe, S. Kasden, V. Buscemi. Row 3: R. Ritchell, C. Bargamian, G. Laxton, R. Davidson, E. Imm, J. Catanzero. 61 ZETA PHI ETA Row 1: P. Crannell, P. Kelly, E. Jehlicka, B. Johnson, A. Newman, E. Litch. Row 2: R. Kleigman, L. DeSarno, P. Dewey, P. Dixon, N. White, A. Garrity, A. Ciafella, V. Crowley, A. Lerman, L. Warshaw. 62 J I 6 } PHI ALPHA TAU Row 1: R. Hamilton, S. Justice McKinley, A. Pesso, M. Pevzner, R. Bain, J. Burman, J. Reardin, M. Pettitt, H. Morgan, H. Marderosisn. Rotv 2: L. Nickole, L. Slosberg, L. Lopez-Cepero, R. Goldstein, N. Hoffman, J. Barton, J. Bertsch, A. Valletta, R. Lopez- Cepero, D. Curruka, D. McConnell, H. Nickerson. Roiv 3: M. Trackenberg, M. Pirylis, D. Becker, A. Cohan, M. Burke, R. Averill, W. Behringer, R. Rich, P. Dahill, J. Kvas- V TAU PREPARES FOR A PLAY. KAPPA GAMMA CHI Row I: S. Perel, P. Greco, Z. Philipson, M. Stone. Row 2; N. Frankel, D. Sharp, R. Jacobs, M. Gutlon, E. Grodin, M. Harding. Roiv 3: A. Bromer, P. Borkum, M. Belitz, J. Rosenstein, P. Sharp, C. MacDonald, N. Kogos, P. Valentino, J. Mount. Roto 4: C. Paretta, M. Bressner, D. Trulock, M. Baron, B. Miller, B. Livingston, C. Kritz. 66 M Row 1: G. Matson, C. Roberts, J. Witmer, M. Whiting, R. McCoy. Row 2: R. Averill, K. Brock. ALPHA EPSILON RHO Alpha Epsilon Rho is a national honorar) ' Broadcasting fraternit)’ dedicated to the advancement of the communicative arts in the Broadcasting field. Candidate must main- tain at least a B average in the Broadcasting field and be a contributor to the profession. The goals and aims of the fraternity are to establish high academic achievement and professional standards in order to maintain the high ideals of the field. 68 SIGMA ALPHA ETA Sigma Alpha Eta is a national honorary sorority for Speech Therapists. A student must obtain a B average in order to join. This average must be maintained for tw ' o semesters before the student is pledged. At Emerson Sigma holds meetings and has guest speakers from the field of speech therapy. The members are all active in the clinic and other institutions of speech correction throughout the area. 9It S . .-- -Vv f V.: ' - s- « SPORTS R. Becker, J. Sferra, E. Rich, E. Imm. CHEERLEADERS S. Alofsin, M. Bressner, A. Martin, E. Bench, C. Levin, P. Borkum. A 72 BASKETBALL L. Thompson. The Basketball team has had a successful season this year by defeating most of their opponents and losing to only a few. They successfully maintained their lead in the Greater Boston league and have moved on to challenge larger colleges and universities such as Harvard, B.U., and B.C. This season has certainly proved to be probably the most outstanding year in the history of basketball at Emerson. 73 . WRESTLING i 74 BASEBALL Row 1: M. Pollack, J. Mararian, J. Catanzero, S. Kasken, R. Gauthier. Row 2: V. Nunes, C. Pargamian, G. Laxton, B. O ' Keefe, H. ' Weil, J .Sferra, H, Rattner, J. Leeds. SAILING CLUB Row 1: B. Gold, J. Kates, J. Sferra, B. Miller, P. Dewey. Row 2: Mr. C. Phillips, P. Borkum, M. Bressner, C. Levin, F. Lench, S. Kasden. Row 3: N. Jacques, J. Walsh, R. Becker, B. Baltin, E. Rich, E. Hale, J. Rigrod. 75 Row 1: P. Borkum, S. Salomon, E. Rodmen. Row 2: M. Feldman, P. Sharp, C. Eisman, K. Gough, C. Miles. L. Kathie Gough, Vwe President; Susan Babola, Treasurer Flo Levins, President; Charlotte Eisman, Secretary. ■m illl i ■ ' ' ' i:i:i!i!i; 7il i pij i ::i;il 1 E M E R Row 1: A. Newman, J. Ca tenzero, E. Jehlicka, R. McCoy, P. Kelly, E. DeSarno. Row 2: A. Lerman, L. Maxwell, J. Burman, W. Behringer, C. Bargamian, J. Mount, D. Gough, B. Johnson. J S O N I A N BUSINESS MANAGERS 79 80 PERFORMANCES The Play’s the Thing r Row 1: J. Allen, B. Wiard, M. McGonagle, J. Houle, M. Laub, C. Dillenback, D. BIaszc 2 uk, M. Klet ter, W. Raymond, J. Mararian. Row 2: E. McSharry, T. Hauber, J. Rodack, B. Meyer, E. Kapeland, S. Rosenberg, S. Solomon, L. Landsman, J. Baron, D. Long, S. Leimsider. Row 3: V. DiBona, M. Williamson, T. Smith, L. Epstein, E. Sombur, E. Goldberg, C. Glick, M. Cantone, J. Rigrod, A. Jahn, J. Gould. Row 1: G. Benjamin, S. Bufferd, S. Tessler, S. de L ' Etoile, A. Silverman, M. Shields, S. Eichenwald, J. Levin, M. Morse, K. Rubin. Row 2: R. Cutler, N. Hintlian, A. Corona, G. Deety, M. Goldman, D. O ' Brien, R. Klugman, D. Czarick, A, Zatos, B. McDonald, L, Schwartz, D. Solomon. Row 3- ' J. Cohen, I. Yaer, J. Florsheim, W. Goldstein, K. Austin, M. Isaacson, S. Howard, E. Vest, J. Blitzstein, J. Schlesinger. FRESHMAN » 86 p ' ELotneo, O.ASS y polW - ”■ etina ' - Row 1: S. Shuman, J. Du Lac, P. Malerba, L. Click, P. Zidas, S. Pender, E. Rohman, S. Brett, B. Dine, L. Mack. Row 2: B. Tuerkhlimer, S. Moss, J. Applebaum, D. Levy, J. Solowey, A. Tropani, W. Harold, L. Bortman, M. Allison, K. Wilheiler, B. Julg, C. Granto. Rotv 3: J. Alinger, A. Russek, N. Mayurson, N. Weiner, D. Lee, S. Snyder, L. Edwards, L. Rosenberg, S. Edwards, J. Carlan, P. Bebchids. CLASS 87 i SOPHOMORE CLASS Rou ' 1: E. Cohen, J. Sferra, N. Jacques, J. Koenigsberg, M. Stone, J. Jaffe, L. Kahans, J. Goldblatt. Row 2: J. Maxwell, K. Hattler, M. Rybak, P. Dixon, Z. Philipson, D. Hennessey, R. Blank, E. Karp, J. Kates. Row 1: J. Freandlich, A. Brill, E. Halper, P. Greco, D. Ilko, D. Trulock, S. Levenson, E. Camerano, M. Nack, J. Ostrow. Row 2: R. Papile, S. Bell, H. Shaff, A. Goldman, K. Berlin, N. Blum, S. Katz, E. Stevens, R. Missile, R, Ansin, S. Veves, P. Griffin, A. Ciarfella. Row 3: D. Paulnock, E. Hale, J. Pastolove, E. Imm, E. Weiss, R. Young, L. Schatz, L. Hutchison, A. Klein, B. Sulzberg, V. Ross. CLASS OFFICERS M. Baron, T. Carpenter, H. Lubin, R. Lopez-Cepero. 1 m 91 Row 1: P. Kelly, K. Rothenberg, B. Davidson, S. Kasden, S. Ruzensky, C. Bargamian, M Green, N. Brackman, S. Bart, S. Adler. Row 2: C. Aurabauch, C. Ardito, D. Bernstein A. Ruderman, B. Gussak, S. Perel, R. Clayton, D. Shapios, G. Aversa, C. Roberts, L Tankel, S. Mitkowsky, S. Isquith, P. Bromberg. Row 3- V. Rubell, G. Laxton, B O ' Keefe, P. Klin, D. Lane, G. Exoo, J. Peters, M. Pollack, B. Kalina. 92 JUNIOR s Row 1: A. Belfiore, N. Hoffmann, C. Kane, M. McDermott, B. Kleinman, L. Korff, L. Grossman, P. Valentino. Row 2: L. Warshaw, V. Crowley, P. Dewey, E. Killeen, V. Carty, P. Watts, E. Rich. Roiv 3: J. Kvasnicka, N. Bell, B. Chalfin, R. Becker, M. Pirylis, D. Sapir. i CLASS 93 Roiv 1: J. Rosenstein, F. Balicer, S. Arenson, J. Gould, S. Levin, L. Reindeau, M. Sala- mon, A. Masters, J. Catenzaro, S. Goldstein. Row 2: M. Beresner, H. Rose nberg, N. Frankel, D. Sharp, C. Kritz, M. Harding, P. Borkum, E. Grodin, F. Musto, M. Lear. Rou’ 3: W. Rhodes, V. Nunes, R. Gatti, C. Eisman, K. Gough, A. Marston, J. Welsh, J. Eield. 94 STUDENT GOVERNMENT Rotv 1: C. Krit 2 , J. Barton, A. Valetta. Rou’ 2: P. Angerman, R. Gauthier, M. Belitz, R. Lopez-Cepero, R. Goldstein. 95 SENIORS •i‘ Vk r ' , A ' ' ' Kii ' ' l’ ' .i »f iMCvjiir vRaH ’fBUblSIv A iuVvj y Sfciss %4fWll ' diJ Jr mwm ‘V, SH® CLASS ii ALBERTO MARIO VALLETTA " Al” B.S. Theatre Arts Activities: Phi Alpha Tan 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary; W ' ERS 1; Choric Speech 1, 2; Choir 1; Student Govern- ment 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Officer, President 1, 2, 3, 4; W ho’s W ho Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. Favorite Saying: When you lose your sense of humor, get a job running an elevator because life will be a series of ups and downs. Al Valletta has served for four years as president of the Class of 1963. He has given of his time to see that the office he held was successfully maintained and executed. His position is the highest one that a member of a class may hold. It is the most responsible job that a class member may serve in. W ' e hope that the fine tradition that he has established will be passed down to future class presidents. 100 OFFICERS WALTER JOHN BEHRINGER " Walt” B.A. Broadcasting Activities: Phi Alpha Tan 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Baseball 1; Emersonian 4; W ERS 2; W ECB 1, 2, 3; Choric Speech 2; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4; Public Productions 3; Class Officer, Vice President 3, 4- Future Ambition: Entertainment and Marriage. Pet Peeve: Lack of enthusiasm for sports in the Broadcast- ing Department. Biographical Information: " Make Way for the Ramblers Three”, concerts, and sports. SUE AVERSA B.A. Theatre Arts Activities: Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, 4, Pledge Mistress 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Dorm Council 1; Class Officer 3, 4, Secretary; Who’s Who In American Colleges and Universities. Future Ambition: Community Theater. Pet Peeve: Straight hair. Biographical Information: Theater work, lighting and design. Favorite Saying: " Outrageous!” PATRICIA LEE MASON " Penny” B.S. Speech Pathology Activities: Phi Mu Gamma 2, 3, 4, Pan-Hellenic Rep. 2, Recording Secretary 3, Pledge Mistress 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4, President 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 2; GAL 2; Scribe 3; Emersonian 4; Choric Speech 1, 2, 3, Treas- urer 2, 3; Dorm Council 2, 3; Class Officer, Treasurer 3, 4; Who’s Who Among Students in American Col- leges and Universities. Memories: Theta Twist Party. 101 RICHARD PAUL AVERELL " Dick” B.S. Broadcasting Activities: Alpha Epsilon Rho 4; Phi Alpha Tan 3, 4, His- torian; W ERS 3, 4; W ECB 2, 3; Public Productions 4; Allegheny College 1, 2. Euture Ambition: Television Directing. Pet Peeve: Lack of circulation in the television studio and classes in general, and " sham”. Biographical Information: Likes Jazz, Golf, and Money. J. DOUGLAS BARTON " Jerry” B.S. Broadcasting and English Activities: Phi Alpha Tau 3, 4; Alpha Epsilon Rho 4; Stu- dent Government Association President 4; WECB 2; WERS 2, 3, Dir. of Publicity and Promotions 4; Sail- ing Club 4; Who’s Who Among Students in American Colleges and University 4; Librarian 4. Euture Ambitions: Advertising in radio and television Favorite Saying: " . . . is virtue!” Likes: classical and folk music; reading; hunting; riding; fixing and tennis. MARTHA BORTONE BRUCE BASSMAN 102 i JUDITH ANN BECK " Judi” B.A. S peech Education Activities: Kappa Gamma Chi 5, 4; S.C.A. 1, 2; WERS 1, 2; WECB 1, 2; Scribe 4; Emersonian 4, Literary Editor 4; S.T.E.A.M. 3, 4; N.E.A. 3, 4; AS. A. 3, 4; M.T.A. 3, 4; Speech Recitals 3, 4; Readers Theater 4; Choric Speech 1. Ambitions: Teaching on secondary level, M.A. Pet Peeves: Parking meters, police, parking tickets, and promptness. Memorable Events: Boston snowstorms, Marlboro Street, and the Insect Comedy. Favorite Saying: " Keep smiling and let the world wonder what you are up to.” MADELINE BELITZ " Maddi” B.S. Speech Pathology Activities: Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 1, Captain 2, 3; Scribe Business Manager 3; Student Government Treasurer 4, Class Officer 1, Treasurer 2; W ho’s W ho Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. Future Ambitions: graduate school. Pet Peeves: nosy people; the ' airs of finance’ at Emerson. Memories: musicals; the ' test tube’ baby kittne; midnight departures. 103 JOHN PATRICK BERTSCH JUDITH BLOCK B.S. Speech Activities: Phi Alpha Tau 2, 3, Parliamentarian 4; Athletic Association 3, 4; Basketball 3; Newman 3, 4; Emer- sonian Faculty and Administration Chairman 4; Choric Speech 3; Public Productions Press Representative 3; Dorm Council 2; Student Government Publicity Di- rector 3. Transfer Student: Columbia College 1958-1960 JUDITH DEBORAH BOORKY " Judi” B.S. Speech Pathology Activities: Dorm Council Treasurer 3- Future Ambitions: therapist in a public school or hospital in or around Boston. Pet Peeves: speech courses; people who talk too much Likes: ski weekends; swimming Peter Nero; pizza; poetry Dislikes: vegetables; cold weather ( ' cept for skiing) A emories: Mad Ball; hazing; sitting on the banks of the Charles. KEITH BROCK 104 ANNE CELIA (EPSTEIN) BROMER " Annie” B.A. English Activities: Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 5, 4; Hillel 2, 3; Scribe 4, Business Manager, Editorial Staff; Berkeley Beacon 3, 4, Assistant Editor; Honors — Emerson College Stu- dent Scholarships 2, 3, 4; Helen Frances W arren Per- shing Scholarship 2, 3, 4; Massachusetts Educational Scholarship 4; Dean’s List 2, 3; S.T .E.A.M. Treasurer 2, 3; Psychology Club 2, 3; Who’s Who Among Stu- dents in American Colleges and Universities. Future Ambitions: to continue my education and to teach college English Likes: Eolk Dance Instructor; " Love being married.” JEROME PAUL BURMAN " Jerry” B.A. Social Science Activities: Phi Alpha Tau 2, 3, Recording secretary; Ath- letic Association 1, 2, Treasurer 3; Basketball 1, 2; Hillel 1; Emersonian Treasurer 4; W- ECB 1; S.T .E.A.M. 3, 4 ; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean’s List 1,2. Future Ambitions: teaching Memories: Mr. Crannell’s Southwick VINCENT JOHN BUSCEMI " Nose” B.A. Broadcasting Activities: Rho Delta Omega 2, 3, 4; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Neivman 1, 2, Treas- urer 3, 4; W ' ERS 3, 4; W ECB 1, 2, 3, 4; Honors — MVP Wrestling. Future Ambition: to travel!?? Pet Peeves: need more enthusiasm in athletics ! ! ! Favorite Saying: " I resemble that” Memories: MVP Wrestling; Rho Delta Omega Likes: wrestling; the chicken scratch; big parties; Beacon Hill; Bundy’s; and Zeta and Rho Delt 105 NATHAN EMERSON CUSTER " Nate” B.S. Broadcasting Activities: S.C.A. 1; Singing Choir 1, 4; Basketball 1; W ' ECB 1, 2, 5, News Director 3; W ' ERS 1, 2, 3, 4; Sail- ing Club 4- Future Ambitions: Navy Officer Candidate School; Radio- T.V. News and Sports Favorite Saying: " He can do more for Massachusetts.” PAUL ERANCIS DAHILL B.S. Speech Activities: Phi Alpha Tau 3, 4; Newman 1, 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 3; Inter-Faith Council 3, Treasurer 3; Debate 1, 2; Forensic Council 2. Hobby: magic ISABEL JEANNE DeSARNO " Liz” B.A. Theatre Education Activities: Zeta Phi Eta 4; Cheerleader 3; Choric Speech 1; Newman 1, 2, 3, 4; A.S.A. 3, 4; S.T.E.A.M. 3, 4; Public Productions 1, 2, 3, 4; N.E.A. 3, 4; M.T.A. 3, 4; Scholarship 1, 2. Future Ambitions: Director and productions Pet Peeves: Transfers; trespassers; trouble Memorable Events: " Friday afternoons” Favorite Saying: " The most important thing parents can do to understand is to realize that they can not understand.” choreographer of amateur JANET A. DRAGHETTI " Jan” B.S. Speech Activities: Phi Mu Gamma 3, 4; S.C.A. 3, 4; S.T.E.A.M. 3, 4, President 4. Future Ambitions: teach in private school. JPet Peeves: those early morning traffic jams; classes can- celled after driving in for an hour; lack of school spirit Favorite Saying: " Oh really?” Memories: Bender courses; Bermuda Likes: sports cars; a collegiate look; summer saling; Stonie courses; " Shalimar” perfume KAREN GAIL FINK B.S. Speech Pathology Activities: Sigma Alpha Eta 5, 4; Hillel 1, 2, 4; Public Productions 1, 2; Librarian 4; Dorm Council 3. Future Ambitions: N.Y.U. Graduate School; teaching; mar- riage and lots of children. Pet Peeves: less performance credits required for speech therapists; days aren’t long enough to fit in homework too Likes: Mr. Crannell’s Phonetics course; speech pathology; Boston; lasagn a at Simeone’s H. RAY FISTER " Ray” B.S. Speech Activities: S.C.A. 3, 4; Public Productions 3, 4; Keystone Junior College 1, 2. Future Ambitions: Master’s Degree from Yale or Harvard in Communications in business and industry. Memorable Event: Red Skelton’s Connor Award KENNETH F. GEORGE " Ken” B.S. Broadcasting Activities: W ' ECB 2; WFRS 3, Program Director 4; Alpha Pi Theta Vice-President 3, 4; Psychology Club 1; New- man Club 1; Debate 1. Future Ambitions: Radio production; broadcast administration Pet Peeves: How do you make a professional sound with 40 creative college students ? Likes: Long, tight, and big Promos Favorite Saying: You must organize it, analyze it, and then reorganize it. 107 BRENDAN HANLON B.A. Theatre Arts FRANCIS JOSEPH HICKEY, JR. B.A. English Activities: Kewman 1, 2, 3, 4; Berkeley Beacon 2; WECB 1; Public S peaking Contest 3; Cardinal O ' Connell Seminary. Puture Ambitions: Graduate Study at the Universit)- of Rome Favorite Saying: " What did Aristotle say on this.’” RICHARD MARTIN GOLDSTEIN " Dick” B.A. Theatre Arts Activities: Phi Alpha Tau 4; Hillel 1; Scribe 3, Editor; Public Productions 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean’s List 1, 2, 3; Stu- dent Government 4, Vice-President; Who’s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. Future A?nbitions: Graduate School Pet Peeves: slow-pokes, Ayn Rand and Goldwater Re- publicans MARJORIE JOAN GUTLON " Margie” B.S. Speech Pathology Activities: Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, Corresponding Secre- tary 4, President; Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 4, Vice-President; Hillel 1, 2; Berkeley Beacon 3, 4; Dorm Council 3. Future Ambitions: Speech Therapist Favorite Sayifig: " Remember girls, we ' Ideal Women’.” 108 JOHN JOSEPH HINES " Jack” B.S. Theatre Arts and Speech Pathology Activities: Rho Delta Omega 2, Pledge Alaster, 3 Preside7it, 4 Vice-President; Intra-Fraternity Council 3, Vice-Presi- dent; Newman 2, 3, 4; Librarian 3- Future Ambitions: Master’s Degree at Emerson Likes: " The Eternal Student” . . . given by Dr. Thass Favorite Saying: " I highly recommend student marriages.” JOSEPH ANTHONY HUEE " Sam” B.A. Broadcasting Activities: Rho Delta Omega 2, 3, 4; Athletic Association 3, 4; Wrestling 3; Netvman 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 4, WERS 3, 4, Production Super.; WECB 1, 2, Chief Engineer; Engineering Scholarship 3, 4- Future Ambitions: Coast Guard; OCS; Record Engineering Pet Peeves: Will Shakespeare and the Bull’s; " Teach the Cafeteria crew how to add correctly over 25c.”; " Your weekly reports pleeze.” ROBERTA GLORIA JACOBS " Bobbi” B.S. Speech Pathology Activities: Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, Vice-President 3, 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, Co-Captain; Flillel 1, 2; Choir 1; Dorm Council 2, Secretary; Rho Delta Omega Dream Girl 2. Future Ambitions: Speech Therapist 109 ELLEN (SOUTHARD) JEHLICKA " Ellie” B.S. Speech Pathology Activities: Zeta Phi Eta 2, 3, 4, Cameo Reporter 3, Treas- urer 4; S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Scribe 3: Emersonian 4, Co- Editor 4; W ' ECB 1; Debate 1, 2, 3, 4; Forensic Coun- cil 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Secretary 3, 4; Extempo. 2, 3; Oratory 2. Future Ambitions: Speech Therapist Pet Peeves: Monogrammed sheets; breaking ribbons and three is a crowd ! ! ! Favorite Sayings: " Not another deadline . . Likes: Norfolk prison and cheese cake. BRENDA LOU JOHNSON B.S. Speech Pathology Activities: Zeta Phi Eta 2, 3, 4, Pledge Mistress 3, Presi- dent 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; Pan-Hellenic 4, Presi- dent; Emersonian 4, Greek Letter Dept. Head; Scholar- ship 2, 4: University of Connecticut. Future Ambition: Speech Therapist and eventually a Master’s Degree Pet Peeve: A drunk having a " snooze” in my car — nice smell ! Alemories: Driving the Theatre Arts goat to the Angel Memorial Hospital. LINDA KADES B.S. Speech Pathology Activities: University of Wisconsin 1, 2; Dorm Council, Social Chairman 3, Vice-President 4; Hillel 1, 2. Dislikes: " Phoneys”; people who think the United States begins and ends with New York City ALICE KANE B.A. Activities: Sailing Club, Secretary 4; Phi Mu Gamma 3, Corresponding Secretary 4; Psychology Club 4; Eair- leigh Dickinson University 2. 110 HELEN CHRISTINE KAPSALIS " Helenca” B.S. Theatre Education Activities: S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Scribe 3, 4, Publicity Manager 3; W ERS 1; S-T .E.A.M. 4; Public Productions 1; Psy- chology Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3. Future Ambitions: Work Memorable Events: 11 o’clock in the cafe Favorite Saying: The difficult we do right away. The im- possible takes a little longer. DONALD ARTHUR KASTEN " Don” B.S. English - Broadcasting Activities: Scribe 3, 4; Berkeley Beacon 3, 4; WERS 1, 2, 3, 4; W ECB 1. Future Ambitions: Aviation; first military, then commercial. Pet Peeves: They should improve and expand some of the departments. Favorite Saying: " He who liveth broad liveth west.” Favorite Course: Analytical Theory (Music), Harvard. VIRGINIA ANN KENNEY " Ginny” B.S. Speech Activities: S.T. E.A.M; transfer from Boston Teacher’s College Favorite Sayings: " Just relax; nothing means nothing.” Future Ambitions: teach 3rd grade Likes: Route 66; marriage; American Airlines; West Point weekends; Beacon Hill and The Twist. 11 111 MAXINE BARBARA KERN " Max” B.A. Speech Education Activities: Speech Recital 4; Soiithivick Recital Scholarship; Dean ' s List: transfer, Brooklyn College 1, 2. Future Ambitions: teach speech arts in a high school Ret Peeve: Education courses Memorable Event: Southwick Recitals HOWARD BERNARD LANDY " Howie” B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Activities: Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4. Treasurer 2, 3, 4; WERS 3, 4; W ' AICB 1, 2, 3; Traffic Manager 1. Future Ambitions: to work in radio and television Favorite Saying: " Shoot for the moon, and if worse comes to worse, you’ll at least orbit the earth.” Memorable Events: Simalcasts on WERS and WECB Likes: to write songs, records some, taking pictures ADELE HARRIET LERMAN y FLORENCE RONI LEVINS B.S. Speech Pathology Activities: Hillel 1, 2, 3, President 4; Inter-Faith Council, Treasurer 4; Zeta Phi Eta 2, 3, 4, Historian 3; Emer- sonian 4. 112 ' Flo’ B.S. Speech Pathology Activities: Phi Mu Gamma 2, President 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 2, Recording Secretary 3, 4: Pan-Hellenic Council, President 3, Secretary 4; G.A.L. 2, 3, 4, Recording Sec- retary 3, President 4; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4, Recording Sec- retary 3, Vice-President 4; Emersonian 4; Dorm Coun- cil 1, 3. Euture Ambitions: Trained teacher of the deaf Pet Peeves: A school library that is open for 6 hours all weekend; people who think that success comes through the aid of others. Memories: life at 373 Comm.; the day Phi Mu Gamma got a house I LINDA (DANE) LEVY B.S. Speech Activities: Sophomore Hazing Committee; Junior Prom Committee; G.A.L. 1, 2, 5, Basketball 2, 3, Co-Captain 3, Softball 2, 3, Botvling 2; Hillel 1, 2, 3, Correspond- ing Secretary 3; W ' ERS 1, 2, 4; WECB 1, 3; S.T.E.A.M. 2, 3, 4; Dorm Council 2; Psychology Chib 2, 3, 4- Eiitnre Ambition: Children and psychiatric social work Eavorite Saying: " Marty’s coming.” Memories: Boys vs. girls traditional game for the Gym Fund and Hazing WILLIAM JAMES LEWIS " Bill” B.A. English Activities: Alpha Pi Theta 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3, Co-Captain 2. Future Ambitions: College Professor Memories: Dr. Vogel ' s English classes; 422 Beacon Street Favorite Saying: " Life is such a funny thing.” Likes: Newport beach; waiting lyrics; literature; San Fran- cisco; steak; T.W.A.!! School: College is a melting-pot of ideas and cultures from which everyone can drink deeply, if he’ll only pick up his cup. It is a wonderfully sweet drink that often times comes once in a lifetime. DONALD RAYMOND MARIANO B.A. English Activities: Southern Connecticut State College 1, 2. 113 k CELESTE ANNE McDONALD ARMANDO F. MARTINEZ B.A. English Activities: Kappa Gamma Chi 3, 4; Newman 1, 2, 3, 4; Berkeley Beacon 1, 2, 3; S.T.E.A.Al. 4; Debate 1, 2, 3; Forensic Council 2, Secretary 3; Public Productions 1; Psychology Club 1, 2. 4; Tutoring Workshop 4. Future Ambitions: graduation Pet Peeves: the cafe; ladies room Memories: meeting Tony; flunking French Favorite Saying: " June 29th!” B.A. English and Psychology Activities: Newman Club 1, 2; Berkely Beacon 1, 2; WAERS 1; WFCB 1; Public Productions 1, 2; Dorm Council 1, 2; Psychology Club 2, 3- Future Ambitions: To be a true artist and to establish a way of life for myself Pet Peeves: Mrs. Maxfield’s classes Thoughts: my favorite classes were wdth Dr. Thass Thiene- man; why don’t they serve expresso coffee in the cafe. LESLIE LEIGH MAXWELL B.S. Speech Education Activities: G.A.L. 2; S.C.A. 1; Scribe 2, 3; Fmersonian 4; Choric Speech 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4; Dorm Council 2, 3; Junior Prom Co-Chairman, Com- mencement Committee. Future Ambition: Social work Pet Peeves: 9:00 classes, " home life” Memories: Theta Twist Party, passing western civilization, and apartment life RAYMOND JOSEPH McCOY " Ray” Activities: Alpha Fpsilon Rho 3, 4, President 4; Rho Delta Omega 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3, Recording Secretary 4; Athletic Assoc iation 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, President 3; W ' restling 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2; Inter-Faith Council 2; Fmersonian 3, 4, Business Manager 3, Co-Editor 4; W ERS 4, Head of Production Staff; WFCB 1; Debate 1; Student Government 3, Vice- President. Future Ambition: Television Direction and Production Pet Peeve: Anyone sticking their finger in my ear; ashes in my coffee; " Are you the ' REAL McCoy’?” Memories: Wrestling team, and the memories of my 1 14 fraternity lA KAREN APRIL MILLER B.S. Speech Pathology Activities: Dorm Council President 5, 4- Future Ambitions: graduate school Transfer Student: University of Florida Favorite Saying: " Eeeeeee, I’m the MONster!”; " Wake me up for Council meeting.” NANCY SUE MILLER B.S. Speech Therapy and Psychology Activities: Phi Alu Gamma 2, Treasurer 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 2, Pledge Alistress 3, Vice-President 4; Hillel 1, 2; Scribe Associate Editor 3; WERS 4; Choric Speech 1, 2, 3, President 4; Dorm Council 1, Treasurer 2, 3; Dean’s List 1; Who’ s Who Among Students in Ameri- can Colleges and Universities 4. Put lire Ambitions: Grad School; clinic and or hospital work Alemories: Pittsburgh’s gifts to the Clinic Likes: ja 2 z, rinky-tink piano, snow, scotch and milk on the rocks ARNITA L. MONGIOVI " Am” B.A. Theatre Arts Activities: Newman 1, 2, 3, 4; Scribe 1, 2; Berkeley Beacon 1, 2; Debate 1, 2; Public Productions 1, 2, 3, 4. Future Ambitions: graduate school Pet Peeves: take Western Civ., Eliot Norton, Ann Clapp and Mrs. Maxfield, but don’t take them in the same semester Favorite Saying: " Guess where Fm going this weekend!” Likes: " The I y League”; Winter Carnival Weekend; Har- vard Square; Theta Delta Chi; Pi Eta; Morey’s I i 115 JOAN ESTELLE MORGAN " Joni” B.S. Speech Pathology Activities: Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4, Treasurer 3; S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Rep. to Inter-Faith 2; Inter-Faith 2, 3, President 3: S.T.F.A.M. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Dorm Council 2, Corresponding Secretary 3, President 4; Speech Therapy Award. Future Ambitions: graduate school at Emerson; marriage in about one year Pet Peeves: middle of the night fire drills; noisy courtyards MARCIA McCOMBE MROCZKOWSKI B.A. Speech Pathology Activities: Phi Mn Gamma 2, 3, President 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 3, President; Basketball 2, Co-Captain; G.A.L. 2; Berkeley Beacon 1, 2, 3; Choric Speech 2; Dorm Council 2, Treasurer; Dean’s List 1. Future Ambitions: Graduate School at Emerson Likes: Music, reading, la vie francaise, second semester of junior year spent at Institute of European Studies, Paris, France i BEVERLY ANN NELSON " Bev” B.S. Speech Pathology Activities: Sigma Alpha Fta 2, 3, 4; S.C.A. 1, Secretary 2, President 3, Treasurer 4; Inter-Faith Council 3, Vice- President; S.T.E.A.Al. 4; Choric Speech 3; Choir 4. Future Ambitions: Marriage and Speech therapy Pet Peeve: dorm living Favorite Saying: " Behind every cloud there is a silver living.” Dislikes: " waiting for a letter from Bob or Bob” . . . summer school ’62 ADELE SUE NEWMAN " Ade” or " Newman” B.S. Speech Pathology Activities: Zeta Phi Eta 2, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4; Hillel 1; Newman Club " Honorary Member”; Emer- sonian Co-Business Editor 3, Staff 4; Choric Speech 1, Secretary 2. Vice-President 3- Future Ambitions: Teach speech therapy Pet Peeve: being called " Lerman” Memories: P.O.E. and Sam Magee; gab fests in the Ladies’ Lounge; the greetings I got from Vinnie Bucemi Likes: any therapy course; just sitting around and chit chatting PHILIP JOHN NOVISKY " Phil” B.S. Speech Activities: Rho Delta Omega 2, Corresponding Secretary 3, President 4; Intra-Fraternity Council, President 4; Emersonian 4; W ' ERS 2, 3; W ECB 1, 2, 3. Future Ambitions: Marriage and as much success as possible Pet Peeve: any class before 1 P.M. Favorite Saying: " If you can’t smile about something forget it.” Likes: The thought of a future married life . . . with " Peggy” Member of the " Ramblers Three” MICHAEL GEORGE PEVZNER " Mike” B.S. Speech Activities: Phi Alpha Tau 3, Corresponding Secretary 4; W ERS 2, 3; W ECB 1, 2, 3; Debate 4; Extemp. Speak- ing Contest 3. Future Ambitions: Singing with the Ramblers Three; Radio work Favorite Saying: " I’ll do it tomorrow.” " Who says Brunch Limited has got to go . . . All set for an all-night session?” LINDA LEE PINSKY B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Activities: Dorm Council, Recording Secretary 4; Chairman 4; Chairman of Senior Activities. Memorable Events: Freshman hazing; Junior Prom E lit lire Ambitions: Speech and Hearing Pathologist Pet Peeves: fire drills II7 ELEANOR ROSENBLATT JOHN WILLIAM REARDIN, JR. " Bill” B.S. Broadcasting Activities: 4; Phi Alpha Tan 3, Treasurer 4; S.C.A. 2, 3, 4; Alpha Epsilon Rho 4- Fntnre Ambitions: Air Force and then Television Director Memories: Tau Carol Sing; Mary Bookstore Favorite Saying: " The people you meet when you don’t have a gun.” WENDY ALICE SCHAEEER B.S. Speech Therapy Activities: Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Fta 2, 3, 4; Pan-Hellenic 3; Wrestling Queen and Honorary Captain; Cheerleader 2; Hillel 1; Choric Speech 2; Dorm Council 2; Junior Prom Queen; Psychology Club. Future Ambitions: Marriage and graduate school Pet Peeve: Getting up for 9 o’clock classes, doing poorly on exams, very hot w ' eather Memories: Hazing, Junior Prom ROY ARNOLD SHARPE B.S. Broadcasting Activities: Basketball 1, 2; W ' ERS 4; WFCB 1, 2, 3; En- trance Scholarship, Broadcasting Scholarship. Future Ambitions: Broadcasting Favorite Saying: " He who — who he’.” Pet Peeve: People who argue against other peoples tastes Likes: Western music Dislikes: dance recitals, and people who butt in. 118 MEREDITH LEE SHAPIRO " Melody” B.S. Speech Pathology Activities: Sigma Alpha Eta 4; WECB 1; Choric Speech 1, 2, 3, 4; Dorm Council 1, 2; Psychology Club 2, 5, 4, Treasurer 3. Euture Ambitions: Marriage and a family career Favorite Saying: " Has the mail come in yet?” Memories: 373 Commonwealth Ave., and skiing at Laconia LEONARD MICHAEL SLOSBERG " Len” B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Activities: Phi Alpha Tau 4; Athletic Association 2, 3; Baseball Manager 2; Choric Speech 2. Future Ambitions: Graduate School Pet Peeves: I don’t like to hear students complain, because I believe that no matter how hard something is for some- one, there is someone else who has more hardships. Favorite Saying: " Silence is golden.” Memories: Junior Prom ’62; pledge trip to Toronto with Hoffman JOAN ABBER SOKOLOFE B.A. English Activities: Sribe 1, 2; Dean’s List 1, 2, 3- Memories: Being married Future Ambitions: Graduate School 119 ARTHUR BERSON SPIVAK " Art” B.S. Broadcasting Activities: Rho Delta Omega 2, 5, 4, Rarliamentarian 3; Hillel 1; W ERS 2, 3, 4, Head of Promotion and Pub- licity 3, News Staff 2, 3, 4; W ECB 1, 2, 3, 4, Station Manager 3, Sales Manager 1, 2; Choric Speech 2. Euture Ambitions: Radio and TV sales Pet Peeve: People who stand near the door on the M.T.A. Memories: Boys dorm my Freshman year and interviewing Sen. Barry Goldwater DAVID GREGORY SUPPLE B.S. Broadcasting Activities: Basketball 3; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Newman 1, 2, 3, 4; W2ERS 1, 2, 3, 4; WHCB 1, 2; Choir 1, 2. Euture Ambitions: New York . . . T.V. and Radio Sales and Broadcasting Pet Peeves: Sloppy people Favorite Saying: " All that glitters is the root of all evil.” EDWARD ARTHUR STAPLES B.A. Psychology Activities: Phi Alpha Tau 3, 4; Scribe 2; Berkeley Beacon 3; W ECB 1, 2; Scribe Literary Award, 1961; Briga- doon; Maine University; Boston University. Future Ambition: M.A. and Ph.D. and traveling and writing Favorite Saying: " In hoc, ergo propter hoc.” Memories: Winning the Scribe Literary Award and co- ordinating the Psychology Tutoring Workshop DAVID LeROY TURNER " Dave” B.A. English Activities: Alpha Pi Theta 2; S.C.A. 2; Dean’s List 2; Psychology Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Tutoring W ' ork- shop 4. Future Ambitions: Graduate School Pet Peeves: registering for classes; mandatory class attendance Favorite Saying: " What’s happening?” Favorite Courses: English Lit., and Public Speaking A ROBERT WEBSTER WELCH " Bob” or " Welchie” B.S. Broadcasting Activities: Newman 3, 4; W ERS 2, 3, 4; W ECB 1, 3; Scholayships 1, 2, 3, 4; WERS Summer Announcer 2; Summer Program Director 3; WERS News Director 4; Program Director 4. Put me Ambitions: to be a successful Radio-TV personality Pet Peeves: Ivory tower professors who camplain about American Democracy should get their pink hands dirty in the reality of human beings; Rock and roll radio should not be stuffed down people’s throats JOHN ELWOOD WITMER, JR. " Woody” B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Activities: Alpha Epsilon Rho 4; S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; W ' ERS 1, 2, 3, 4, Station Supervisor 3 Program Manager 4; W- ' ECB 1, 2, News Director 1, 2; Dorm Council Presi- dent 1. Eiiture Ambitions: to go into network news Pet Peeves: I detest hearing students speak in derogatory terms about Emerson Memories: a big laugh out of the school’s broadcast news course; a discussion of alcohol by the Dorm Council of which I was Prexy 121 CRAIG MAXSON WORTHING " Craig-ie Bear-King” B.S. Broadcasting Activities: Rho Delta Omega 2, 3, Pledge Master 4; Ath- letic Association 1, 2, 3, Secretary; Baseball 2, 4; Wres- tling 1, 2; S.C.A. 2; W ERS 4; WECB 2, 3, Chief an- nouncer; Student Government 3, Treasurer; North- eastern University 1. Euture Ambitions: Night clubing and Broadcasting Pet Peeve: Western. Civ. and Jr. Speech Exams Hobby: Collecting enemies - voting Likes: any " Haig” course . . . talking . . . friends DEBORAH YOUNG " Debbie” B.S. Speech Activities: S.T.E.A.Al.; University of Miami; Boston Teach- er ' s College. Euture Ambitions: Graduate School and teaching Grade 4 Memories: American Airlines; West Point Weekends; Pep- permint Loung on West 45th; Beacon Hill and the twist; Ginny and I; heading west on Route 66 Philosophy for Life: " He who know ' s and knows he knows — he is wise, follow him.” SUSAN BABOLA RON BAIN KAREN BASS ABBY FELLER PAUL HAYES MRS. RUTH KAHN MRS. JANE DOBLIN KANE JANICE NIERMAN PRISCILLA PEARLMAN LENORE ROVENGER HAHN YONG SUP PHOEBE ANN YPHANTIS B.A. Speech Pathology Activities: S.C.A. 1, 2, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4; Gordon College. Eavorite Saying: " You shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.” Memories: of friends in the " Ladies’ Lounge,” planning the S.C.A. Christmas program Hobbies: record collection, opera, writing, and playing the piano. Literature, and sitting, drinking coffee and talk- ing, but mostly listening 122 People With the Mostest Phe Best Liked Man or W oman A1 Valetta The Class Wit Dick Averill The Be st Fetnale Dance Liz De Sarno The Best Male Dancer Armando Martinez The Best Actor Rick Hanlon The Best Actress Lee Rovenger The Girls ivith the Prettiest Eyes Wendy Schaffer The Loveliest Lips Helen Kapsalis The Prettiest Hair Helen Kapsalis The Girl with the Prettiest Figure Judy Borkey The Prettiest All Around Girl Wendy Schaffer The Class Clown Dick Goldstein The Alost Sophisticated Alan or W omayi Ron Bain The Best Athlete Ray McCoy The Class Brain or Intellectual Jerry Burman 123 WHO’S WHO Ten Emersonians Honored Each year the organization known as " Who’s Who Among Students in American Univers ities and Col- leges” selects a limited number of Seniors from approximately 750 colleges and universities to be recognized for outstanding achievement on the under- graduate level. Campus nominating committees, con- sisting of faculty’, administration, and certain Student Government officials, in making their selections, con- sider scholarship, leadership, and future promise. Emerson is pleased to announce the following stu- dents as recipients of the honor. I 1 124 Seniors On the Go . . Penny per Pound T HAIG MARDEROSIAN Lots of memories will fade like Haig’s pounds, but we will never forget the great effort that he performed for us. We will always think of the time when his physical size was almost as big as his heart. Newspapers heralded his effort from coast to coast and across the oceans, but our quiet praise will long outlive those headlines. 126 MAKE WAY . . . 127 Memories Are Made of These JUNIOR PROM i f Queen Wendy Schaffer 129 class Will Do you remember in our Freshman year . . . when the Kapos met at 317 Beacon St. to hear Fred Clark and opera do the Alma Mater in jazz version? How about when Al " The Schnaz” Valetta was elected president because his nose won the leg contest as he rode in Aggie’s modern elevator at 373 Commonwealth Ave.? Do you dare forget Mr. Ahlin’s " That’s all for today” done to Quiet Village playing at Initiation Night? That’s right, right after Pete Eastman and his btdl whip, along with the noose, showed up for " Hell Night.” And last, but not least, Mr. Crannell and Mama Mitchell doing P.O.E. theatre recitations when Charlton Heston was here at Emerson. Do you remember in our Sophomore year . . . when Al was kidnapped while reading English Lit. during pledging for fraternities and sororities? The BIG YEAR in athletics, like Public Speaking, was " The Roaring Twenties” boat ride to Provincetown. Remember the Emerson Night at the Pops when 100 Beacon St. became a member of the " Emerson Family”? And son Al " The Schnaz” was elected president again. Could you ever forget in our Junior year . . . those Dean Pierce imper- sonators giving special performances during cram sessions for W estern Civ. in the smoker? How about Wendy Schaffer being elected Junior Prom Queen to the music of Ralph Flanagan, as the Kapos became " The Ramblers Three”? Red Skelton was presented the Connor Award, and a reception was held at the newest addition to the " Family,” 130 Beacon St. Remember the Seniors trying to get away on Sneak Day as Haig fought his " Battle of the Bulge”? " The Schnaz” in for another term?! In our Senior year remember when . . . " The Schnaz” reigned for a fourth term — and they said it couldn’t be done! How about those Senior pictures of Senior week-end? Hmmm? Ken Crannell returned in time for Dr. McKinley’ s testimonial and banquet. " What do you mean don’t have enough credits to graduate?” BEST WISHES FROM THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL ' The acts of government are transitory while the relations between peoples are lasting.” Sumner Welles § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § J. DOUGLAS BARTON RICHARD GOLDSTEIN CAROLE KRITZ President Vice-President Secretary MADELINE BELITZ T reasurer RICHARD GAUTHIER President BARBARA MILLER Vice-President CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST IU 5HL5 TO THE CLASS OF 1963 " As many men so, many fninds; everyone his oivn way. " Terrance (Phormio) EROM THE CLASS OF 1964 § ELLEN BERKOWITZ Secretary NADENE WHITE T reasurer § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § X ' - 5 - v5 ' ' - 5 ' - 5 " - ' - - ' - - viJ ' ' ' 5 vi? " ' X ? ' f § § § § § h % h h h S § § § § § § § § § § § § CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST UISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1963 FROM THE CLASS OF 1965 § § § § § § ROBERT LOPEZ-CEPERO HAROLD R. 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Yphantis “The Ladies Lounge” § i I I I § § § BEST WISHES to the Class of 1963 froffi S.T.E.A.M. ALAN MARSTON JANET DRAGHETTI SUSAN ARENSON ELLEN BERKOWITZ C. C. BENDER President Vice-President Secretary T reasurer Advisor BEST W ISHES to the Class of 1963 from The Newman Club CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of 1963 Alpha Pi Theta G. A.L. Sends Best Wishes to the Class of 1963 ELO LEVINS KATHIE GOUGH CHARLOTTE EISMAN SLISAN BABOLA President Vice-President Secretary T reasurer St % h h h h S § § § § § § § § § § § § § § I § § § § § § Goal: To Help Emerson Build a Gym Aims: Enjoyment . . . Loyalty . . . Eriendship . . Sportsmanship § § § § § § § BEST WISHES to the Class of 1963 Phi Mu Gamma Congratulations to the Class of 1963 ALPHA EPSILON RHO President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Faculty Adviser Keith Brock Raymond McCoy Carolyn Roberts Merrill Whiting George Matson Congratulations and the best of luck! 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New York Angier, Gilman, Jr., 366 OIney Street, Providence, Rhode Island Angerman, Jeter F.. 74 Janet Circle, Shrewsbuti’, Massachusetts Ansin, Ruth L., 25 Eastern Avenue, Lynn, Massachusetts Applebaum, Janet S., 260 Lake Avenue, Bridgeport, Connecticut Ardito, Carol A., 31 Millis Street, Hamden 14, Connecticut Arenson. Susan J., 7 Mountain Farms Road, W. Hartford, Connecticut Arsnwalder. Margery S., 657 East 26th Street, Brooklyn, New York Asselin, Richard W ' ., 44 Dublin Street, Chicopee, Massachusetts Auerbach. Carol J., 2 Nancy Road, Milford, Alassachusetts Austin, Karen, 235-16 130th Avenue, Laurelton 22, New York Averell, Richard P., 5722 Crestmont Avenue, Verona, Pennsylvania Aversa, Gina D., 445 West 240th Street, Riverdale 63, New York Aversa. Susan E.. 445 West 240th Street, Riverdale 63, New York Ayre, Penelope M., 26 King ' s Bridge Road, St. John ' s. Newfoundland Backstrom, Jonathan D., 312 Reserc ' oir Street. Norton, Massachusetts Bain, Ronald E., Jr., 68 Scotland Street. Hingham, Massachusetts Balbier, Carol E., 73 Loomis Drive, West Hartford, Connecticut Balicer, Felicia M., 690 Rogers Avenue. Brooklyn, New York Ball. Gregory Y., 110 Babcock Street, Brookline 46. Massachusetts Baltin, Bruce E.. 207 South First Avenue, Highland Park, New Jersey Banks, Charles K., 74 Main Street. Salem, New Hampshire Bannon, David A., 62 Webster Avenue, Glens Falls, New York Bar, Maria L., Via XX Settemlne 51, Turin. Italy Barad, Leslie E., 321 Taber Avenue, Providence. Rhode Island Baram, Joan E., 470 Prospect, ' ' K ' oonsocket, Rhode Island Bardin, ladine B., 36 D ' Alfonso Road, Newburgh. New York Bargamian. Charles A., 31 Hollj ' wood Avenue, Warwick, Rhode Island Baron. Marjorie M., 896 Cooke Street. Waterbury, Connecticut Bart, Sandy G., 25 Central Park West, New York, New York Bartlett, Richard A., 199 Andover Street. Georgetown, Massachusetts Barton. Jerome D., 5 Ascot Way, Clark, New Jersey Barzilay, David R., 2546 East 13th Street, Brooklyn 35, New York Bass. Karen L., 62 Phillips Avenue, Deal, New Jersey Bassman, Bruce D., 99 Metropolitan Oval, New York, New York Batson, Susan A., 160 Ruthven Street, Boston, Massachusetts Bebchick, Pamela L, 25 Marshall Avenue, Lowell, Massachusetts Beck, Judith A,, 32 Winter Street, Marlboro, Massachusetts Becker, Rodney D,, 513 Chestnut Street, West Reading, Pennsylvania Bedrick, Jane L,. 49 Walworth Street, Worcester, Massachusetts Behringer, W ' alter J., Jr., 751 Balsam ' ay. Union, New Jersey Belfiore. Anthony P., 1940 Haring Street, Brooklyn, New York Belitz, Madeline, 100 North 12th Street, New Hyde Park, L.I., New York Bell, C. Steven, 23 Keller Path, Newton Centre, Massachusetts Bell, Nancy A., 8 Columbus Circle. Eastchester. New York Bender. Hope J., 262 Freeman Parkway, Providence, Rhode Island Benjamin, Ginger A., 485 Ocean Avenue, Brooklyn. New York Beresner. Myrna L., Andrew Lane. Orange, Connecticut Bergman. Mrs. Judith (Block), 186 Laurel Road, Chestnut Hill 67, Massachusetts Berkowitz, Ellen M., 1527 Leslie Street, Hillside, New Jersey Berkowitz, Phylisann. 1647 Boulevard, New Haven, Connecticut Berlin. Kathie J., 217 Brooke Drive, Hampton. Virginia Bernfeld. Michele M., 10 Fairlee Road, Waban, Massachusetts Bernier, Karen M., 16 Lincoln Avenue, Northampton, Massachusetts Bernstein, Ellen A., 36 Elizabeth Road, New Rochelle ' , New York Bertsch, John P„ 1745 Overview Court, Dubuque, Iowa Bialek, Harriette C., 392 East 39th Street, Paterson, New Jersey Bissonnette, Paul C., 6l Jewett Street, Manchester, New Hampshire Black, Maxene L, 195 Neuton Avenue, Port Chester, New York Blank, Rachel H,, 65 Somerset Road, Brookline, Massachusetts Blasxczuk, Daniel M., 35 Sound View Avenue, Stamford. 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Massachusetts Brock, Keith ' X ' ., 24 V ' hitin Avenue, ' X ' hitinsville, Massachusetts Bromberg, Paula N., 18 Burlington Street, Providence, Rhode Island Bromer. Mrs. Anne (Epstein), 7 Beach Road, Winthrop, Massachusetts Brown, Carolyn L., 15 Coburn Road, Manchester, Connecticut Buchsbaum, Barbara C., 612-E Governors Island, New York 14, New York Bufferd, Susan J., 170 Bellevue Road, New Haven, Connecticut Buglio, Anthony A., 139 Rankin Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island Burke, Michael B., 1677 Post Road, Westport, Connecticut Burman, Jerome P., 60 Stratton Street, Dorchester, Massachusetts Burnham, Leslie M., 4007 Palisade Avenue, Union City, New Jersey Buscemi, Vincent J., 7 Espie Avenue, Maynard, Massachusetts Cahill, Maureen J., 31 Lexington Street, West Newton, Massachusetts Camerano, Enis A., 35 Phipps Lane, Plainview, New York Cannaon, Sarah B. L., 2 Meadowbrook Road, Wellesley, Massachusetts Cantone. Marion P., 85 MacArthur Road, Stoneham, Massachusetts Cantwell, Margaret A., 541 Providence Street, Albany, Massachusetts Carlan, Judith E., 15 Athelstane Road, Newton Centre, Massachusetts Carpenter, Maiq’ellen, 17 Washington Street, Vernon, Connecticut Carr, John J., 860 Huntington Avenue, Boston 15, Massachusetts Carrigan, Robert E., 28 Rollinson Road, Worcester 6, Massachusetts Carty, Virginia M., 23 Wycliff Avenue, ' est Roxbury, Massachusetts Casperson, Paul A., 37 Harding, Weymouth, Massachusetts Catanzaro, John J., 17 Newman ' ay, Arlington, Massachusetts Chalfin, Beverly A., 591 Pleasant Street, Pawtucket, Rhode Island Cherry, Bara S., 619 Lee Place, Frederick, Maryland Chrysanthopoulos, George B., Alsos, Patron, Greece Cianfrani, Patricia L., 3535 Trexler Boulevard, Allentown, Pennsylvania Ciarfella, Anita M., 18 Robbins Road, Watertown, Massachusetts Cirella, Daniel G., 30 Surrey Lane, Massapequa, New York Clark, Abigail, P., 6l North, Milford, Connecticut Clayton, Robert A., 67-27 48th Avenue, ' ' X ' oodside 77, New York Cohen, Alan, 40 Humphrey Street, Marblehead, Massachusetts Cohen, Cathie L., 404 East 38th Street, Paterson, New Jersey Cohen, Eliot H., 52 Ormond Street. Mattapan, Massachusetts Cohen, Judith F., Ill Colborne Road, Brighton 35, Massachusetts Conlong, Lynne F., 65 Mountain Avenue, East Providence, Rhode Island Coombs, Charles R., 29 North Square. Boston, Massachusetts Cooper, Arthur A., 916 Plainfield Avenue, Plainfield, New Jersey Cooper, Susan M., 80 Lewis Parkway, Yonkers, New York Corona, Alfred C., 336 East 26th Street, Paterson, New Jersey Cortese. Robert A., 108 Lamville Avenue. Haverhill, Massachusetts Costa, Marcus A., Jr., 1403V2 Poland Avenue, Youngstown, Ohio Cowan, David R., Box 425, R D. 3, Newburgh. New York 148 STUDENT DIRECTORY Crowley, Virginia E., 299 Liberty Road, Englewood, New Jersey Custer, Nathan E., 275 Lowell Avenue, Newtonville, Massachusetts Cutler, Rhoda D., 722 Sheridan Avenue, Plainfield, New Jersey Czaplicki, Robert R., 36 Carroll Street, Naugatuck, Connecticut Czarick, David R,, 248 Henry Street, Pottstown, Pennsylvania Dahill, Paul F., 94 Harlow Street, Arlington, Massachusetts Darna, Edward S., 677 West Middle Turnpike, Manchester, Connecticut Davidson, Robert G., 2 Lafayette Street, Fairhaven, Massachusetts Davis, Geraldine, 25104 Reu Versaillies E., Oak Park 37, Michigan Deaderick, James B., 1815 Palisade Place, New York 53, New York Dean, Dale C., 132 Walnut Lane, Mays Landing, New Jersey del ’Etoile, Suzanne C., 11 Rayburn Road, Belmont, Massachusetts Derkazarian, Charles A., 23 Kingsbury Street, Worcester, Massachusetts Derris, Carol R., 117 Monroe Street , Lawrence, New York DeSarno, Isabel J., 126 Bartlett Avenue, Belmont, Massachusetts Desmon, Jane N., 79 Charles Street, Boston, Massachusetts Dettling, Garrett G., 72 Walnut Avenue, Farmingdale, New York Dewey, Priscilla A., 206 Main Street, Reading, Massachusetts DiBona, Vincent J., 78 Meshanticut Valley Parkway, Cranston, Rhode Island Dietz, Gary A., 879 Lakeside Drive, Bridgeport, Connecticut Dine, Barbara A., 21 Mill Terrace, Woburn, Massachusetts Dittell, Charles St,, 3 Mayflower Road, Scarsdale, New York Dixon, Pharon S., 144 Palmetto Street, Brooklyn 21, New York Donohue, Joyce A., 8 Central Street, Edgewood 5, Rhode Island Dorlen, Susan, 3500 Snyder Avenue, Brooklyn, New York Downie, Marguerite L., 87 Cambridge Avenue, Pittsfield, Massachusetts Draghetti, Janet A., Bedford Street, Lakeville, Massachusetts Driscoll, Linda M. 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Magnolia Avenue, Chicago 40, Illinois Field, Jeffrey L., Pine Ridge Road, Westford, Massachusetts Fink, Karen G., 131 Mohegan Drive, West Hartford, Connecticut Fister, H. Ray, R.D. 1, Dalton, Pennsylvania Florsheim, Joan S., 126 Dover Road, Manhasset, New York Flynn, Patricia P., 18 Fidelis Way, Brighton, Massachusetts Forstadt, Carole, 305 Camilla Lane, New Bern, North Carolina Forziati, Amy L., 309 Common Street, Belmont, Massachusetts Fox, Elizabeth K., 18 Kent Road, Scarsdale, New York Fox, John C., 25 Jaegger Drive, Old Brookville, New York Foxman, Charlotte S., 469 Wyngate Road, Wynnewood, Pennsylvania Frank, Marilyn T., Lisa Lane, Middletown, Connecticut Frankel, Nina P., 37 Elberta Road, Maplewood, New Jersey Franzenburg, John C., 8 Gotheil Lane, Great Neck, New York Freundlich, Joyce M., 4700 Broadway, New York, New York Friedman, Susan, % Cates, 2550 Independence Avenue, Riverdale, New York Gaer, Irene J., 118 Lawler Road, West Hartford, Connecticut Garrett, Gail L, 26 Leland Avenue, Plainfield, New Jersey Garrett, Richard W., 35-55 78th Stret, Jackson Heights, New York Garrity, Arlyne M., 14 1 Pitkin Street, Manchester, Connecticut Gatti, Robert D., 54 Wedgewood Road, West Newton, Massachusetts Gauthier, Richard F., 68 Carpenter Street, Pawtucket, Rhode Island Geberth, Janis L., 37 Proctor Street, Worcester, Massachusetts Geller, Suzanne G., 567 Linda Lane, Woodmere, New York George, Ken F., 197 Dent Street, Brookline, Massachusetts Giblin, John T., 60 Lexington Avenue, Cambridge, Massachusetts Gibson, John W., 15 Pierce Avenue, Wakefield, Massachusetts Gifford, Gilbert M., 8 Quinsigamond Avenue, Worcester, Massachusetts Gillman, Lesley J., Sunset Village, Flemington, New Jersey Glick, Cheryle, 138 South Church Street, Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania Glick, Lois D., 39 Longacre Drive, Livingston, New Jersey Gold, Barbara, 8 Arlington Road, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts Gold, Reme A., 58 Robbins, Avon, Massachusetts Goldberfi, Carol Ann, 50 Auburndale Road, Marblehead, Massachusetts Goldberg, Ellen R., 1084 Marc Drive, Valley Stream, New York Goldberg, Judith, 23 Cricket Lane, West Roxbury, Massachusetts Goldberg, Susan B., 230 Centre Street, Cedarhurst, New York Goldblatt, Joanne C., 12 Warren Street, Norwich, Connecticut Goldman, Mark E., 99-72 66th Road, Forest Hills, New York Goldstein, Lynda S., 85 Longfellow Road, Newton 62, Massachusetts Goldstein, Richard M., 640 Pelham Road, New Rochelle, New York Goldstein, Wally, 788 Blue Hill Avenue, Dorchester 24, Massachusetts Goodman, Lona, 717 Bryn Mawr Avenue, Darberth, Pennsylvania Gordon, William R., 316 Cloverly Road, Grosse Pointe, Michigan Gossman, Jeanne, 33 Northway, Bronxville, New York Gottlieb, Salli Jo, 284 Webster, Manchester, New Hampshire Gough, Kathleen M., 18 Eliot Avenue, West Newton, Massachusetts Gould, John F., 4l Summer Street, Westboro, Massachusetts Gould, June B., 359 Yale Avenue, Woodmere, New York Gralla, Thomas J., Main Street, Housatonic, Massachusetts Granto, Cynthia A., 747 I6th, Niagara Falls, New York Gray, Spalding, 21 Central Avenue, West Barrington, Rhode Island Greco, Pamela C., 455 Franklin Avenue, Aliquippa, Pennsylvania Green, Marilyn A., 50 Saunders Avenue, Lowell, Massachusetts Green, Richard W., 12 Wistar Avenue, Metuchen, New Jersey Greiffenhagen, Marion S., 117-01 Park Lane South, Kew Gardens, New York Gribbin, Eve, 8246 Lefferts Boulevard, Kew Gardens 15, New York Griffin, Patricia A., 902 West Boulevard, Hartford, Connecticut Grossman, Leslie J., 196-75 McLaughlin Avenue, Hollis 23, New York Gussak, Janet, 31 Parker Avenue, Deal, New Jersey Gutlon, Marjorie J., 135 Willard Road, Brookline, Massachusetts Gutman, Robert J., 345 8th Avenue, New York, New York Hahn, Yong Sup, 303-6, 3KA, Eul-Chi-Ro, Chung-Ka, Seoul, Korea Hale, Edward E., Highland Road, Lakeville, Massachusetts Halper, Eleanor H., 10321 East Broadview Drive, Miami Beach, Florida Halpert, Stephen A., 489 Wayland Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island Hanlon, Richard B., 14 Alberta Street, West Roxbury, Massachusetts Harold, William F., 31 Riverside Avenue, Quincy 69, Massachusetts Hatch, Gene M., 1900 East Street, Pittsfield, Massachusetts Hattler, Karl W., 138 Ackley Avenue, Johnson City, New York Hauber, Thomas J., 128 State Street, St. Mary’s, Pennsylvania Helmond, Robert L., Jr., Box 292, Grandview Avenue, Stockholm, New Je rsey Hennessey, Donna L., 58 Wendell Road, Newton Centre, Massachusetts Hertzberg, Laura W., 15 Smith Avenue, White Plains, New York Hickey, Francis J., 270 Winthrop Street, Medford, Massachusetts 149 STUDENT DIRECTORY Highberger, Gretchen, 568 North Maple Avenue. Greensburg, Pennsylvania Hill, Priscilla S., Rumstick Point, Barrington. Rhode Island Hines. John J., 26l Beacon Street. Boston. Massachusetts Hirshman. Michelle A., 210 Broodkford Road. Syracuse. New York Hoffmann. Neil A.. 3235 Cambridge Avenue. New York. New York Hollingworth. Joseph E., Jr., 7 Orchard Lane, Chelmsford, Massachusetts Houle, Joseph M.. 32 Holten Street. Danvers, Massachusetts Howard, Arnold A., 90 Middlesex Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts Howard, Susan P., 207 Chapman Street, Canton, Alassachusetts Huff, Joseph A., 72 Washington Street, Hyde Park. Massachusetts Hugo, Candace J., 10 Codman Street, Portland. Maine Hurvitz, Edward M., 23 Egremont Road, Brookline, Massachusetts Hutchison, Linda J., 42 Upper Loudon Road, Loudonville 11, New York Ilko. Donald W., 159 Strathcona Drive, South York, Pennsylvania Imm, Edward A., P O. Box 918, Binghamton. New York Isacowitz, Stuart J., 138 Beach l49th Street, Neponsit 94, New York Isaacson, Marilyn J., 4 Merriam Parkway, Fitchburg. Massachusetts Isquith. Sharon L., 65 Meadow Lane, New Rochelle. New York Israel, Judith H., 39 Rachel Street, W ' oonsocket, Rhode Island Israel. Mary, 177 Eighth Street, Providence, Rhode Island Jacobs, Roberta G., 6l6 Ogden Avenue, Yv ' est Englewood, New Jersey Jacques, Norman J., 184 Mineral Spring Avenue. Pawtucket. Rhode Island Jaffe, Suzanne J., 2248 Concord Road. Scotch Plains, New Jersey John, Alan E., 73 Pleasant Street, Ayer. Massachusetts Javor, George G., 31 Lincoln Avenue, Highland Park. New Jersey Jenkin. Fred A., 1750 Ocean Parkway, Brooklyn. New York Johnson. Brenda L., 25 Meridian Street, Melrose. Massachusetts Julg, Barbara A., 157 Montgomery Avenue. Irvington, New Jersey Kades, Linda R., 1635 Emerson Street, Beloit. Wisconsin Kahans, Linda G„ 6 Flower Road. Valley Stream, New York Kahn, Ruth H., % Mrs. R. C. Smith, Lincoln Lane, Sudbur} ' , Massachusetts Kalina, Richard, 44 Columbia Road, Rockville Centre. New York Kalina. Robert L, 3730 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn 24, New York Kamens, Roberta A., 187 Colonial Parkway, North Yonkers, New York Kane, Alice. 14 De Hart Road, Maplewood, New Jersey Kane, Mrs. Jane (Doblin), 55 East Park Drive, Paterson, New Jersey Kane, Charles S., 63 Valley View Avenue, Summit, New Jersey Kaplan. Sheila B,, 54 Greystone Road, Rockville Centre, New York Kappstatter, Roberta S.. 39 Glenview Drive, Springfield, New Jersey Kapsalis, Helen C.. 72 Mountain Avenue, Ba wille, New York Karp. Elaine G., 128 Harris Street, Revere, Massachusetts Kasden. Stephen D., 205 Bennett, Fairfield, Connecticut Kasten, Donald A., 85-11 Palto Alto Street, Hollis 23, New York Kates, Joan, 29 Decker Avenue. Elizabeth, New Jersey Katz, Sandra, 610 I6th Street, Miami Beach, Florida Kaufman, Leah G.. 145 Beacon Street, Framingham, Massachusetts Kavich, I. Lawrence, 1607 North Broad, Fremont, Nebraska Keefe. Jacqueline C., 216 Hillside Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut Kelly. Patricia L., 275 Summer Street, Malden. Massachusetts Kendell. Harriet D., 32 Clifton Avenue, Marblehead, Massachusetts Kennedy, Allan A„ Chase Road. West Concord, Massachusetts Kern, Maxine B., 78 Lake Avenue. Woburn, Massachusetts Killeen, Ellen, 112 Chestnut Street. North Reading, Massachusetts Klein, Alberta L, 14 Vgnad Drive, Roslyn, New York Klein, Karyl P., 11 Turner Lane, Chiton. Connecticut Kleinman, Brenda J., 3618 Green Street. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Kletter, Michael E., 67-71 Yellowstone Buolevard, Forest Hills, New York Kligman. Roberta, 19 Summer Street, Revere. Massachusetts Klin. Peter P., 17 Coes Street, Worcester 3, Massachusetts Klinger. Judith M., 87 Oak Street, Binghamton, New Y ' ork Klugman, Ronald B., 534 Ashwood Road, Springfield, New Jersey Koch, Elizabeth, 29 Buckingham Street, Cambridge 38, Massachusetts Koenigsberg, Jill D., 90 Northfield Avenue, Apt. 26A, Vi ' est Orange, New Jersey Kogos, Nancy P., 77 Maple Drive, Great Neck, New York Koller, John D., 9 Martin Road, ' ellesley, Massachusetts Kopeland, Ellen G., 730 South Mt. Pleasant Road, Philadelphia 19, Pennsylvania Koretz, Stephen M., 36 Pearl Avenue, Winthrop, Massachusetts Korff, Lillian R., 410 Vi ' estfield Avenue. Bridgeport, Connecticut Koslow, Suzanne M., 46 Chiswick Road, Brookline, Massachusetts Kotkin, Irrin, 425 ' OC ' est Olive Street, Long Beach, New York Koziol, Anthony J., 65 Central Street, Palmer, Massachusetts Kritz, Carol T., Park City Estates, 61-45 98th Street, Forest Hills, New York Kvasnicka, Jerry W., Jr., 1907 Berkeley Avenue, Petersburg, Virginia Landsman, Lynn R., 848 Sharon Lane, Vi’estbury, New York Landy, Howard B., 1534 Selwyn Avenue. Bronx, New York Lane, David M., Route 19, Wyoming, New York Laub, Martin L., 639 Green Briar. Elkins Park 17, Pennsylvania Lax, Susan E., 416 Yale Avenue, New Haven, Connecticut Laxton, Gleenn V., 7 Cormier Road, Lincoln, Rhode Island Lear, Merle D., 613 Bailey Avenue, Elizabeth, New Jersey Lebowitz, Donna S., 19990 Stratford Road. Detroit, Michigan Lee, Diane E., 1110 Cathedral Avenue, Franklin Square, New York Leeds, Jeffrey C., 1058 Cove Road, Mamaroneck, New York Leicher, Lauren B., 36 Sunset Drive, Hempstead, New York Leimsider, Stephen H., 788 Palmetto Drive, Franklin Square, New York Lench, Flora M., 206 Millburn Avenue, Millburn, New Jersey Leonard, Madeline R., 424 Beach 136th Street, Belle Harbor, New York Lerman, Adele H., 31 Kenwood Avenue, Newton Centre, Massachusetts Levenson Susan J., 40 Allen Circle, Milton, Massachusetts Levin, Carol A., 194 Wolfswamp Road, Longmeadow, Massachusetts Levin, Judith A., 57 Babcock Street, Brookline 46, Massachusetts Levin, Shirley C., P.O. Box 2857, Jacksonville, Florida Levins, F,lorence R., 87 West North Street, Manchester, New Hampshire Levy, Doris D., 47 Plaza Street, Brooklyn, New York Levy, Mrs. Linda (Dane), 5 Glendale Road, Marblehead, Massachusetts Lewis, Ian W., 16 Bond Street, Claremont, New Hampshire Lewis, ' ' OC ' illiam J., 346 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts Lichman, Craig F., 7 Shetland Road, Danvers, Massachusetts Lindsay, Christopher, Stage Road, Deerfield, Massachusetts Lippiello, Kathleen C., 16A Hargrave Circle, Newton Highlands, Massachusetts Livingston, Barbara, 120 Dwight Street, New Haven, Connecticut Lobell, Margery J., 61 Lincoln Road, Scarsdale, New York Lombardo, Samuel A. 48A ,Owkewood Avenue, Lawrence, Massachusetts Long, David, Juniper Ridge, Danbury, Connecticut Long, David R., 6 Norrback Avenue. Worcester, Massachusetts Lopez-Cepero, Robert M., 25 Birchwood Circle. Fairfield, Connecticut Lordan, Kevin D., 75 Benton Road, Somerville, Massachusetts Lubin, Harold R., 170 Stratford Drive North, Roslyn Heights, New York McClure, Christopher, 71 School Street, Melrose, Massachusetts McCoy, Raymond J., 103 Chadwick Street, Haverhill, Massachusetts McDermott, P. Michael, 4804 River Basin Drive South, Jacksonville, Florida McDonald, Celeste A., 236 Webster Street, Easton Boston, Massachusetts McDonald, ' Whlliam H., 29 Nardone Road, Needham, Massachusetts McGonagle, Michael D., 54 Trefton Drive. East Braintree, Massachusetts McNurney, Barbara H., 124 Marlborough Street, Boston, Massachusetts McSharry, Edward J., 426B I4lst Street, Belle Harbor 94, New York MacDonald, George T., 261 East Street, Brocketon, Massachusetts Mac, Leslie K., 120 Kenilworth Place, Brooklyn, New York 150 STUDENT DIRECTORY Mainer, John C., 246 South Huntington Avenue, Jamaica Plains 30, Massachusetts Malerba, Paulette A., 9 Mary Ann Drive, Worcester, Massachusetts Maimed, Richard A., 38 Turner Place, Albany, New York Malsch, Michele M., 80 Roseland Avenue, ' X ' aterbury, Connecticut Malvin, Michele S., 809 Dickens Street, Woodmere, New York Manne, Mickie J., 4100 West 90th Terrace, Prairie Village, Kansas Mararian, Jeff L., 116 West Avenue, Seekonk, Massachusetts Marcus, Ilene D., 499 Albemarle Road, Cedarhurst, New York Markin, Jean, 34 Greystone Road, Malden, Massachusetts Marks, Ellen T,, 28 Moody Street, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts Marlowe, Geraldine, 111 Hewlett Point Avenue, East Rockaway, New York Marmon, Paula, 7 Candy Lane, Roslyn Heights, L. L, New York Marouf, Suhail A,, 8 13 1 Timer Azez Street, Gaghdad, Iraq Marston, Allan D., Glenhaven Circle, Saco, Maine Martin, Anita B., 139-15 Newport Avenue, Belle Harbor 94, New York Martinez, Armando, 215 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts Martinez, Jose, 200 Courtney Avenue, Pawtucket, Rhode Island Mason, Patricia L,, 148 Stuart Avenue, Route 28 Whalom, Fitchburg, Massachusetts Master, Arlene H,, 136 North 7th Avenue, Highland Park, New Jersey- Maxwell, Leslie L., Litchfield, Maine Maxwell, Thomas S., 19 Fairbanks Street, Brookline, Massachusetts May, Reba, 132 Cottage Avenue, Mount Vernon, New York Meyer, Bonnie E., 197-20B Peck Avenue, Flushing 65, New York Michals, Donna Z,, 31 Warren Street, Waltham, Massachusetts Miles, Cherrilyn A,, 2225 5th Avenue, New York City, New York Miller, Barbara M,, 14 Tennyson Place, Passaic, New Jersey Miller, Joan G,, 3050 Chew Street, Allentown, Pennsylvania Miller, Karen A,, 3484 Chase Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida Miller, Nancy C,, 8703 Avenue L, Brooklyn 36, New York Milwe, Marjorie L,, 31 Marine Avenue, Westport, Connecticut Missel, Roberta D., 1411 Quincy Shore Boulevard, Quincy, Massachusetts Mitkowsky, Susan R,, 121 Stephana Lane, Waterbury, Connecticut Modlin, Stephen B., 1075 Ocean Parkway, New York, New York Mongiovi, Arnita V,, 11 South Hancock Street, Revere, Massachusetts Mopsik, Beth M,, 3 Butturnut Drive, Norwich, Connecticut Morawiec, Nancy-lou G., 69 Enfield Street, Pawtucket, Rhode Island Morgan, Joan E,, 21 Lothrop Street, Beverly, Massachusetts Morse, Marcia A., 10 Merrow Road, Lynnfield, Massachusetts Morton, Stuart A,, 923 Poly Drive, Billings, Montana Moss, Susan K,, 374 Park Hill Avenue, Yonkers, New York Mount, Julia A,, 118 Hunter Avenue, Trenton, New Jersey Mroczkowski, Mrs. Marcia, 4 Cheney Road, Storrs, Connecticut Mummey, Thelma L., 5 Walnut Street, Boston, Massachusetts Musto, Faith A., 75 Trenton Street, East Boston, Massachusetts Myers, Dale G., 431 East San Marino Drive, Miami Beach, Florida Nach, Michael L, 11-06 Charles, Fair Lawn, New Jersey Nadelman, Fred P., 1270 Fifth Avenue. New York 29, New York Nadler, Toby A., 621 Brookside Place, Plainfield, New Jersey Nelson, Beverly A., R.F.D. 2 , Newton, Connecticut Newman, Adele S., 115 Walnut Street, Malden, Massachusetts Newman, Hedy, 62 Stuart Road, Newton, Massachusetts Nicholson, John B., 459 Boston Road, Billerica, Massachusetts Nierman, Janice, l4l Ormund Street, Mattapan, Massachusetts Novisky, Philip J., 52 Green Street, Athol, Massachusetts Nunes, Victor T., 549 Adelphi Street, East Meadow, New York O’Brien, Donald D., Milrose Lane. Monsey, New York O ' Donnell, Charles A., 267 Fuller Street, Dorchester. Massachusetts O ' Keefe, Bernard M., 25 Colgate Drive, North Andover, Massachusetts O ' Neil, Dennis M., 99 Middlesex Street, North Andover, Massachusetts Orell, Audrey G., 56-05 Douglaston Parkway, New York, New York Ostrow, Jane P., 51 LefFerts Avenue, Brooklyn, New York Ouellette, Rose-Marie, 384 Rindge Avenue, Cambridge, Massachusetts Oothuse, James M., 13 North Street, Williamsburg, Massachusetts Palmer, Christine A., 105 West Neck Road, Huntington, New York Paragas, Melania T., Paniqui, Tarlac, Philippines Paretta, Carol A., 85 Alexander, Bistol, Connecticut Paris, Deanne R., 404 Beach I42nd Street, Neponsit, New York Parker, Avis S., 306 Lovell Street, " Worcester, Massachusetts Pastolove, Jeffrey H., 25 Clinton Lane, Jericho, New York Pataki, Mary H., Wiberly Avenue, Peekskill, New York Paulnock, Daniel M.. 216 Catawissa Avenue, Sunbury, Pennsylvania Pearson, Thomas J., 81 Pleasant Street, Methuen, Massachusetts Pellegrini, Fred N., 22 Staples Avenue, Everett, Massachusetts Pender, Sharon L., 49-367 Success Park, Bridgeport, Connecticut Perel, Arly S., 108 West Hillcrest Avenue, Richmond, Virginia Peters, James R., 16 Grant Street, Burlington, Vermont Peters, Patricia R., 40 ' ' K ' ardell Avenue. Rumson. New Jersey Pevzner, Michael, 784 Columbus Avenue, New York 25, New York Phelan, Ann H., 2120 Blair Street, Williamsport, Pennsylvania Ploener, Francis V. R,, 16A Thomas Drive, IVIonroe Park, Wilmington, Delaware Polcari, Ronald F., 104 Decatur Street, Arlington, Massachusetts Poliakoff, Judith. One Park Circle, Great Neck, New York Pollack, Michael C., 48 Old Pond Road, Great Neck, New York Pollina, Vicki-Jo, 563 Grove Street, Framingham, Massachusetts Press, Philip, 1217 44th Street, Brooklyn, New York Prost, Naomi L., 51 Sevinor Road, Marblehead, Massachusetts Quinn, Anne E., 13 Division Street, Beacon Falls, Connecticut Ransom, Leah M., East Hartland, Connecticut Ratner, Howard P., 1027 Merritt. Fairfield, Connecticut Raymond, William C., 22 Meloy Road. West Haven, Connecticut Reardin, John William R., 24 ' Village Road, Sea Girt, New Jersey Reger, Jane, 3555 Kings College Place, Bronx 67, New York Reihart, Judith K., R.D. 7, York, Pennsylvania Reo, Gerald J., 34 Carter Road, Geneva, New York Rhodes, Warren, 330 South 24th Street. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Riccardi, Paul G., 76 Ridge Street, Arlington 74, Massachusetts Ricci, Paul A., 238 Reservation Road, Hyde Park, Massachusetts Rich, Everett L., 174 High Street, Metuchen, New Jersey Riendeau, Leonard J., 14 Lawn Street, Springfield 8, Massachusetts Rigrod, John L. E., Box 1076, Sunken Meadow Road, R.D. 1, Fort Salonga, Northport, L. L, New York Riley, Robert J., Ill Russell Street, North Quincy, Massachusetts Ritchell, Ron H., 106-24 217th Street, Queens Village, New York Roberts, Carolyn K., 3 Atwood Street, Wellesley, Massachusetts Rodack. Jane, 7932 Dorcas Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvaia Rodman, Ellen L., 689 Hope Street, Providence. Rhode Island Rogers, Linda J.. 8 Mayfair Street, Worcester, Massachusetts Rogowski, Albert J., 63 Ogden Street, New Haven 11, Connecticut Roidoulis, Arthur P., 12 Cazenove, Boston, Massachusetts Rolnick, Barbara, 78 Leighton Street, Bangor, Maine Romeo, Priscilla A., 170 Commercial Street, East Braintree, Massachusetts Rook, Jeanne M., 104 Oakdene Avenue, Teaneck, New Jersey Rosen, Betsy E,, 675 Fairway Drive. Miami Beach, Florida Rosenberg, Helene, R., 30 Lehigh Avenue, Clifton, New Jersey Rosenberg, Leslie B., 44 Carousel Lane, Lido, L. L, New York Rosenberg, Susan, 372 Raymond Street, Rockville Centre, New York Rosenblatt, Elinor, 15 Brookhouse Drive, Marblehead, Massachusetts Rosenstein, June, 1120 East Jefferson, South Bend, Indiana Ross, Virginia L., 42 East Olive Street. Long Beach, New York Rothenberg, Karin R., 359 West Hudson Avenue, Englewood, New Jersey Rovenger, Leonore, 417 Tenafly Road, Englewood. New Jersey Rubell, Victor, J., 43 Waterford Lane, Stamford, Connecticut Rubin. Barbara L., 1266 Salem Road, Plainfield, New Jersey 151 STUDENT DIRECTORY Rubin, Karen L., Country Court, Woodbridge, Connecticut Rubin, Mark D., 47 Fountain Avenue, Rockville Centre, New York Ruderman, Arline S,, 54 Simmons Avenue, Belmont, Massachusetts Rush, Patricia A,, 29 Hollywood Avenue, Lynbrook, New York Ruzensky, Steven E., 30 Overhill Road, ' " ' est Hartford, Connecticut Rybak, Michael A., 1071 College Avenue, Elmira, New York Sachdeva, Sneh L,, 1 Buswell, Apt. Ll, Boston, Massachusetts Safrasian, Veronia L., 308 East 53rd Street, New York 22, New York Sagal, Alan T., 97 Dyer Street, New Haven, Connecticut Calomon, Marilyn J., 960 Countr}’ Club Drive. Teaneck, New Jersey Salow, Paula R., 189 Evelyn Road, W ' aban. Massachusetts Salzburg. Barbara E., 941 Gloucester Court, Westbury, New York Sandler, Edward, 17 Stimson Avenue, Lexington, Massachusetts Sapir. Arthur D., 12 Louis Street, New Brunswick, New Jersey Saxon, Jill D., 90 Riverside Drive, New York, New York Schaffer, W ' endy A., 250 Wilmot Road, New Rochelle, New York Schatz, Leslie J., 46 Deer Park Road, Great Neck. New York Schiff, Janet S., 7 YC ' ebb Road, Sharon, Massachusetts Schlesinger, Joan A., 11 Fifth Avenue, New York 3, New York Schlosser, Judith S., 248 Devon Road, Tenafly, New Jersey Schmerin. Jackelyn, 106 Bretton Road, Johnstown. Pennsylvaia Schwartz. Lois R,, 590 Union Street, New Bedford. Massachusetts Schwartz. Martyn, 133 Miantonomi, Newport, Rhode Island Schweitzer, Naomi T., 11 Sycamore Road, ' ' X ' est Hartford. Connecticut Serino, Arthur B., Jr., 13 Avon Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts Sferra, John E., 145 Lawrence Place, New Rochelle. New York Schaff, Hope E., 1160 Midland Avenue, Bronxville, New York Shapiro, David G., 163 Oliver Road, YC ' aban, Massachusetts Shapiro, Robert B. ,28 Hailwood Road. Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts Sharp. Deena S., 5320 XX ynnefield Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Sharpe, Roy A., 197 Andover Street, Ballardvale, Massachusetts Shields. Mar)’ Jane E., 907 Main Street. Malden, Massachusetts Shuman, Susan L., 95 Boylston Street, Malden, Massachusetts Siegal, Dorothy R., 4 Ruth Street, ' X orcester, Massachuetts Silver. Beverly A., 24 Park Street. Presque Isle, Maine Silverman, Arlene L, 2025 ' ' X ' endover Street, Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania Silverman, Carol J., 704 Chelton Hills Drive, Elkins Park, Pennsylvania Simeone. Mrs. Virginia (Kenney), 34 Francesca Avenue, Somerville, Massachusetts Simson, David A.. 84 Dart Street, East Rockaway, New York Sindel, Joan L., Ill 5XYst 4th Street, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Singer, Alyce N., Stevenson Road, Hewlett, New York Skurka, Arlene J., 910 5th Avenue, New York, New York Sloan, Janice J., 38 YTarren Street, Lynn, Massachusetts Slosberg, Leonard M., 35 Sheffield, Portland, Maine Smith, Thomas L., 105 Lindell Avenue, Leominster, Massachusetts Smith, Robert L., 82 Rawlinson Drive, Coventry, Rhode Island Smith. Timothy, 32 State Street. Marblehead. Massachusetts Sniederman. Sue E., 487 Salisbury’ Street, Worcester. Massachusetts Snyder, Sharon D., 630 W ' est 246th Street. New York. New York Sodowick. Carol S., 498 Ridgewood Avenue. Glen Ridge, New Jersey Sokoloff, Mrs. Joan Abber. 304 Marlboro Street, Boston. Massachusetts Solomon. Susan G., 65 Park Terrace East, New York, New York Somers. Joan M., 23 Victory’ Avenue, South Portland, Maine Sousa. Julia E., 1 Lincoln Street, Brookfield. Massachusetts Spanton, Frances B., 135-34 78th Road, Flushing 67, New York Spivack, Arthur B., 26 Brighu iew Drive, West Hartford, Connecticut Staples. Edward A., 195 Salem Street. Medford, Massachusetts Stein, Binnie D., 23 Crestwood Drive, Maplewood, New Jersey Stephens, Ellen M., 156 Forbes Road. Milton. Massachusetts Still. Nancy Ann, 284 Stevenson Road, New Haven, Connecticut Stockey, Susan A.. 123 2nd Street, N.W., Faribault. Minnesota Stone. Michelle C.. 207 Franklin Boulevard, Long Beach. New York Streker, ’ ' ' illiam S., 37 Brookside Drive, Cranston, Rhode Island Sullivan, Noreen M., 600 Hill Street, Whitinsville, Massachusetts Swedish, Carol A., 67-00 192nd Street. Flushing 65, New York Sweig, Mary L., 409 Hawthorne, Elmhurst, Illinois Tankel, Linda F., 307 East 36th Street, Paterson. New Jersey Tassinari, Margaret R., 27 Park Street. Sagamore, Massachusetts Teixeira, Elizabeth C., 20 Darlington Street, Dorchester 24, Massachusetts Tessler, Sheila R., 225-04 88th Avenue, Queens Village, New York Thompson, Larry P., 1206 South Grant, Chanute, Kansas Titus, Edward G., 7 Marlborough Street, Boston, Massachusetts Tongren, Patricia A., Hoskins Road, Bloomfield, Connecticut Toomey, George L„ Jr., Townsend Harbor, Massachusetts Trachtenberg, Alartin J., 2044 80th Street, Brooklyn 14, New York Trapani, Anthony J., 329 Jay Street, Rochester 8. New York Trulock, Dianne, 48 Monroe Avenue, Larchmont, New York Tucker, David A., 460 W ' allis Road. Ry ' e, New Hampshire Tuerkheimer, Barbara L., 200 West 86th Street, New York 24, New York Turner, David L., 43 York Terrace, Melrose, Massachusetts Valentino, Patricia A., 20 Woodfield, Katonah, New York Valletta, Albert M., 22 Lexington Street, Bristol, Connecticut Vance, John N., 11 Lowell Street, Lexington 73, Massachusetts Vest, Elaine M., 33 Church Avenue, Warwick, Rhode Island Veves, Sally K., 67 Varney Street, Lowell, Massachusetts Viseltear, Michael S., 930 Grand Concourse, Bronx 5, New York Walker, Robert O., 520 Park Ridge Drive, Wayne, Pennsylvania ' X alsh. Joseph P., Hillside Drive, Annandale, New Jersey Wangerin, William E., 15 Amenige Park, Rochester 17, New York Warbasse, Phillip B., 350 Union Street .New Bedford, Massachusetts Warshaw, Linda S., 79-11 213th Street, Flushing 64, New York Washington, John L., 44 Melrose Street, Boston 16, Massachusetts Watts, Priscilla J., 72 Bow Road. Newton Centre, Massachusetts Weil, Howard L., 15 Huntwood Place. 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