Emerson College - Emersonian Yearbook (Boston, MA)

 - Class of 1965

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' j ■v tma uwcffyu t ettr fJifm Me?nmd, ' yfflumaw fyk ' S r w artt n W7y M nY a j : tp u , % r rf WKetmrttaf ' 1965 EMERSONIAN EMERSON COLLEGE 130 BEACON STREET BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS June, 1965 Dear Emersonians: The Class of 1965 has earned the affection and esteem of both faculty and administration® You have a fine record of campus leadership in these past four years of growth and development® You will undoubtedly make an equally fine record as an alumni class with a real concern for the continued progress of your College® We expect to be proud of your response to the call for con- tinued individual growth and development demanded by our age® We are confident that your services will always be in demand® Our society grows ever more dependent upon teamwork to use the overwhelming flow of new knowledge® This brings more and more need for those whose education has at once increased their capacity to learn and their capacity to communi- cate® My wish for you is that you may ever be striving for an achievable goal® This is the road to the happiness that accompanies effective use of our capacity for action, thought and feeling. May you never be content with only those things you may have without effort® May you never try short cuts which sacrifice integrity to avoid effort® May you waste little time dreaming of things completely beyond your reach® May you ever be striving for those worthwhile things you can reach if you will stretch® It is by such stretching that we grow in mind and spirit and in our standing with our fellow men® We are sorry to see you go. We will miss you® But we will look forward to your return with a record of achievement that will be a source of pride and inspiration to Emerson classes yet to come® Life at Emerson is . . . 4 . . . an understanding sophomore ... a trial . . . security 5 . . . study ... a revelation . . . an explanation 6 . . . learning . . . daydreaming 7 8 ... a view . . . a Boston skyline 9 . . . experience 10 11 . . friends . . . recreation 12 . . . a familiar place . . . growth 13 ... a speech ... a shift ... a patient 14 . . . responsibility EME8S0N coarse DS1W w «v:- traci oss al horwitz . . . diversity ... a show . . . communication . . . a guidepost 16 . . . spring fever 17 ... a cut class 20 . . a campaign . . a winter’s Day . . . remembrances photo by George Chrysanthopoulis 23 . . . and a beginning . . . 24 DEDICATION She entered Emerson as a student. Knowing the feelings we know now. She returned to Emerson as a teacher, And remembered them. Steeped in the tradition and ideals of our college, She has passed them on to her students. The master genius of Shakespeare, Has been handed from father to daughter. From daughter to us. She has carried Emerson outside of itself. Making others aware of its standards, Its dedication. Its very meaning. For this, we, the Class of 1 965, Her friends and admirers, Dedicate this year’s EMERSONIAN to . . . Mrs. Ruth Southwick Maxfield 25 27 GARRET G. DETTLING “Garry” Theatre Arts and B.A. Psychology WECB 1; Berkeley Beacon 3, 4, Fea- tures Editor 4; Emersonian 3, 4; Singing Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 4; Gold Key Society 3, 4; Junior Class President; Sen- ior Class President; Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges; Public Production Theatre 1, 2, 3, 4; Speech 2, 3, 4; Scholarship 2, 3. 4; Winter Carnival Committee 2 KATHIE BERLIN Theatre Education B.S. in Speech Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 3, President 4; Hillel 1; Emersonian 4; Singing Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 4, Secretary-Treas- urer; G.A.L. 4; Class Hazing Mistress 2; Junior Class Vice-President; Senior Class Vice-President; Who’s Who Among Stu- dents in American Universities and Col- leges; Public Productions Theatre 1, 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee; Winter Car- nival Co-Chairman 2 CLASS OFFICERS JANET EHRLICH Theatre Education B.S. in Speech Kappa Gamma Chi 3, 4, Pledge Mistress 4; Hillel 1; Berkeley Beacon 4; Psychol- ogy Club 2, 3; Cheerleaders 3; Sailing Club 4; G.A.L. 3, 4, Secretary 4; Senior Class Secretary; Winter Carnival At- tendant 2; Junior Prom Queen 3 R. ANTHONY GOLDMAN “Tony” Theatre Arts B.S. in Speech Phi Alpha Tau 2, 3, 4; Pledge Master 3, President 4; Hillel 1, 2; Berkeley Beacon 4; Singing Choir 2; Psychology Club 3, 4; Inter-Fraternity Council 4; Secretary- Treasurer; Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Baseball 1; Sailing Club 4; Hazing Mas- ter 2; Senior Class Treasurer; Dorm Council Secretary, Treasurer; Public Production 1,2, 3, 4; Dean’s List 2 V V 28 CLASS OF 1965 -m. TOM ALMAGUER Speech B.S. in Speech Forensic Council 2, Vice-President; Pub- lic Productions, Theatre 2, 3, 4, Speech 4; Transfer Student Columbia University 1 GWENDOLYN ALEXANDER “Gwen " Speech Pathology and Audiology B.S. in Speech Dorm Council 3, 4; Transfer Student from Michigan State University 3 SELMA HARRIETTE ALPEREN “Sel” Speech Pathology and A udiology B.S. in Speech Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; Psychology Club 3; Scholarship 1, 4 DAVID CHARLES ANIFANT “Dave” Psychology B.A. Psychology Club 4; Transfer student from Boston University 3 MARGERY ARNSWALDER “Margie” Speech Pathology B.S. in Speech Hillel 1; Psychology Club 2; G.A.L. 4 JEAN E. BAKER Speech P athology B.S. in Speech Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; Choric Speech Choir 3; Psychology Club 3, 4; Sailing Club 3, 4, Secretary 4; Transfer from C. W. Post College, Long Island University RICHARD A. BARTLETT •Dick” Broadcasting B.A. Singing Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Public Produc- tions Theatre 1, 2, 3 JUDITH ARLENE BINDER " Judy” English B.A. Hiilel 3, 4; S.T.E.A.M. 3, 4; Transfer from University of Florida ANTHONY PAUL BELFIORE “Tony” Theatre Arts B.S. in Speech Phi Alpha Tau 2, 3, 4, Historian 3, Re- cording Secretary 4; WECB 1, 4; Base- ball 1; Public Productions, Theatre 1, 2, 3, 4; Scholarship 2 MAXENE BLACK " Max” Theatre Education B.S. in Speech Phi Mu Gamma 2; Dorm Council 1, 2, 3, President 3; Winter Carnival Commit- tee 2 RUTH ANSIN BENJAMIN " Ruthie” Speech Pathology B.S. in Speech Phi Mu Gamma 2, 3, 4, Historian 3; Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; Hiilel 1; Dean ' s List 2 HELEN RACHEL BLANK Broadcasting B.A. Hiilel 1, 2, 3; WERS 4; WECB 1; Berkeley Beacon 1, 2; Psy chology Club 1. 2, 3; Sailing Club 3, 4 NANCY RAE BLUM “Blum” Speech Pathology B.S. in Speech Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; Hillel 1; Psychol- ogy Club 2, 3; G.A.L. 4 MAUREEN CAHILL Speech Pathology and A itdiology B.S. in Speech JOAN BRESSMAN Speech Pathology and Audiology B.S. in Speech Hillel 1; Psychology Club 2, 3, 4; G.A.L. 4 JOHN J. CARR “J.C.” Broadcasting B.S. in Speech Newman Club 3, 4; WECB 3; Athletic Association 3; Emerson College Im- provement Committee 4; Transfer from Boston University ALAN CHARLES BRILL Broadcasting B.S. in Speech Alpha Pi Theta 1, 2, Treasurer 2; Hillel 1, 2; WECB 1, 2; Psychology Club 2, 3, 4; Sailing Club 3, 4 PATRICIA CIANFRANI Speech Pathology B.S. in Speech 33 DANIEL GEORGE CIRELLA “Danny” Theatre Arts B.S. in Speech Phi Alpha Tail 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 3; Psychology Club 2; WECB 1, 2, 3, 4; Public Productions, Theatre 1, 2, 3, 4; Scholarship 2; Stagecraft Award 1 ELIOT COHEN “Wej” Broadcasting B.S. in Speech Rho Delta Omega 2, 3, 4, President 4; WERS 4; WECB 1, 2, 3; Inter-Frater- nity Council 4, Vice-President; Junior Prom Committee ROBERT A. CORTESE " Bob” Broadcasting B.S. in Speech Newman Club 1, 2; WERS 4; WECB 1. 2, 3; Psychology Club 2 MARY PRINCE DARNA “Bambi Theatre Arts B.S. in Speech Transfer from Green Mountain Junior College CHARLES ARA derKAZARIAN “Chuck” Theatre Arts B.S. in Speech Psychology Club 2; Public Productions, Theatre 2 MARY-ANN DRYJOWICZ “Kit” Language B.A. Newman Club 1. 2, 3; S.T.E.A.M. 3; Psychology Club 3; Oratorical Award 2 CAROL RUTH EPSTEIN “Ep " Education B.A. Zeta Phi Eta 2, 3, 4, Vice-President- Pledge Mistress 4; Berkeley Beacon 3, 4, Assistant Business Manager 3, Business Manager 4; Scribe 3, 4, Assistant Busi- ness Manager 3, Business Manager 4; Emersonian 3, 4; S.T.E.A.M. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4; Dorm Council 2, 4, Vice-President 2, Secretary 4; Jun- ior Prom Committee 3; Junior Prom At- tendant 3 DONALD LEE EVANS “Don” Theatre Arts B.S. in Speech S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Inter-Faith Representa- tive 3; Berkeley Beacon 4, Assistant Business Manager; Scribe 3; S.T.E.A.M. 3; Public Productions, Theatre 1, 2, 3, 4; Scholarship 2, 3. 4; Junior Prom Com- mittee 3 JOYCE FREUNDLICH Speech Pathology and Audiology B.S. in Speech Hillel 1; Psychology Club 1, 2; Sailing Club 2, 3, 4; G.A.L. 4; Junior Prom Committee 3 ( RICHARD W. GARRETT “Pat” Broadcasting B.S. in Speech WERS 3; WECB 1; Psychology Club 1, 2; Sailing Club 2, 3, 4 JOANNE GOLDBLATT “Jo” English B.A. Hillel 1; Berkeley Beacon 1, 2, 3, 4; Psychology Club 2, 4 ARLYNE M. GARRITY Speech B.A. Zeta Phi Eta 2, 3, 4, Vice-President- Pledge Mistress 3, President 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer-President 3; Inter-Faith Council 2, 3; WERS 3, 4; Emersonian 3, 4, Business Manager 3, Co-Editor 4; Choric Speech Choir 2; Singing Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary- Treasurer 2, 3, President 4; Psychology Club 2, 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 4, Vice- President 4; Student Government Vice- President 4; Junior Class Secretary; Who’s Who Among Students in Ameri- can Universities and Colleges; Dorm Council 2, 3. President 3; Dean’s List 2, 3, 4; Winter Carnival Attendant; Junior Prom Attendant; Public Productions Theatre 1, 2, 3; Speech 2, 3. 4 JANIS LOUISE GEBERTH “Jan” Theatre Arts B.A. S.C.A. 1; Singing Choir 2; Psychology Club 2, 3; Dorm Council 2, 3, 4; Public Production 1, 3 GAIL GOLDEN “Goldy” Speech Pathology B.A. Sigma Alpha Eta 1, 2, 3, 4; Social Chairman 3; Transfer Student University of Oklahoma SALLI JO GOTTLIEB Speech Pathology B.S. in Speech Kappa Gamma Chi 3, 4; Social Chair- man 4; WECB 1, 2; Sailing Club 3, 4; G.A.L. 4; Dorm Council 3; Transfer Student Bollins College 1 SPALDING GRAY “Spud” Theatre Arts B.S. in Speech Public Productions, Theatre 2, 3, 4; Transfer Student Boston University PAMELA GRECO “Pam” Theatre Arts and B.S. in Speech English Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 3, Parliamentarian 4; Newman Club 1; Emersonian 4; S.T.E.A.M. 4; Gold Key Society 2, 3, 4, Speaker 3; G.A.L. 4; Junior Class Treasurer; Who’s Who Among Students in American Uni- versities and Colleges; Public Produc- tions Theatre 1, 2, 3; Junior Prom At- tendant, Committee; Winter Carnival Attendant, Committee 2 RICHARD WILLIAM GREEN " Dick” Theatre Arts B.A. Newman Club 3, 4; WERS 2; Singing Choir 2, 3; S.T.E.A.M. 4; Public Pro- duction 2, 3; Scholarship 3, 4; Transfer Student Alfred University 1 ELEANOR H. HALPER Speech Pathology B.S. in Speech Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Hillel 1; Choric Speech Choir 2; Pan- Hellenic Council 3 DAVID HARTLINC. " Dave Broadcasting B.S. in Speech Alpha Pi Theta 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4; WERS 2, 3, 4; WECB 1 38 GENE MARTH HATCH “Genie” Theatre Arts B.S. in Speech Psychology Club 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Proc- tor 4; Student Library Committee 3, 4 EDWARD MICHAEL HURVITZ “Ed” Broadcasting B.S. in Speech Alpha Epsilon Rho 4; Hillel 1. 2; WERS 1, 2, 3, 4; WECB 1. 2, 3, 4; Scholarship 2, 3, 4; Dean’s List 3 KARL HATTLER Speech Pathology and Audiology B.S. in Speech S.C.A. 1, 2; WECB 1, 2; Berkeley Bea- con 1; Choric Speech Choir 1, 2, 3, President 3; Scholarship 2, 3; Dean’s List 1, 2, 3, 4; Who’s Who Among Stu- dents in American Universities and Col- leges LINDA JEAN HUTCHISON Education B.A. S.C.A. 2, 3, 4; Choric Speech Choir 4; Sailing Club 2, 3, 4; Dorm Council 2; Transfer Student O.U.N.Y. CANDACE HUGO “Candy” Speech Pathology B.S. in Speech Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; Hillel 1, 2; Choric Speech Choir 3; Psychology Club 1, 2; Dorm Council 3, 4 DONALD W. ILKO “Don” Theatre Arts B.A. Phi Alpha Tau 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Berke- ley Beacon 2, 3, 4, Drama Critic 3, 4; Emersonian 3; Choric Speech Choir 2; Gold Key Society 3, 4; Athletic Associa- tion 1; Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges; Public Productions Theatre 1, 2, 3, Speech 2, 3. 4; Dean’s List 3; Awards — Oratory 2. Oral Interpretation 3; Winter Carnival Chairman 2, Committee 2 EDWARD IMM Broadcasting B.S. in Speech Rho Delta Omega 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 3, 4; WECB 1, 2; Emersonian 3, 4, Sports Editor 3, Co-Editor 4; Ath- letic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3; President 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Most Valuable Player 3; Captain 4; Who’s Who Among Students in American Uni- versities and Colleges 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Alpha Epsilon Rho 4. ROBERT A. JERONIMO Theatre Arts B.S. in Speech Phi Alpha Tau 4; Berkeley Beacon 4; Scribe 4; Sailing Club 4; Public Produc- tion Theatre 3, 4; Scholarship 3, 4; Transfer Student Carnegie Tech; College Bowl Team Alternate 40 LINDA GAYE KAHANS “Lin” English B.A. Hillel 1; WECB 1; Debate 2; Psychol- ogy Club 2, 4; Transfer Student Ohio State University 3 | ROBERTA KAMENS “Bobbie” Elementary Education B.A. Choric Speech Choir 3; Psychology Club 2, 3 ELAINE G. KARP Speech Pathology and B.S. in Speech A udiology Phi Mu Gamma 2, 3, Corresponding Secretary 3; Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; Hil- lel 1, 2; Choric Speech Choir 3; Schol- arship 1, 2, 3, 4 v JOAN KATES “Joanie” Broadcasting and B.S. in Speech English Alpha Epsilon Rho 3, 4, Secretary- Treasurer 4; Hillel 1, 2; WECB 1; Berkeley Beacon 3, 4, Broadcasting Edi- tor 3, 4; Psychology Club 1, 2, Tutoring Workshop 2; Gold Key Society 2, 3, 4; Sailing Club 2, 3, 4; Student Govern- ment Secretary 4; Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges; Dorm Council 3, 4, President 4; Dean’s List 1; Junior Prom Commit- tee 3; Winter Carnival Committee 2 MRS. BARBARA SMALL LABOW1TZ English B.A. Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4 SANDRA KATZ “Katzie” Speech B.S. in Speech Phi Mu Gamma 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4; S.T.E.A.M. 4; Gold Key Society 3, 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 4, President 4; Dorm Council 3, 4, Record- ing Secretary 3, Treasurer 4; Minnie Madden Fiske Award MARY LUCILLE LANG “Mary Lu” Speech Pathology and Audiology B.S. in Speech Zeta Phi Eta 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; Berkeley Beacon 4; Emersonian 4; Choric Speech Choir 3; Sailing Club 4; Dorm Council 3, Presi- dent 3; Transfer Student Marquette Uni- versity 3 JILL LAUREN KOENIGSBERG “Jill K’’ Theatre Arts B.S. in Speech Hillel 1, 2, 3; Emersonian 4; Choric Speech Choir 2, 3; Singing Choir 1, 2, 4; Sailing Club 2, 3; G.A.L. 1; Public Pro- duction Theatre 2; Junior Prom Com- mittee 3; Winter Carnival Committee 2; Commencement Chairman 4; Scholar- ship 4 SUSAN J. LEVENSON “Sue” Speech B.S. in Speech Berkeley Beacon 1; Debate 3; S.T.E.A.M. 3, 4, Secretary 4 CHRISTOPHER LINDSAY “Chris” English B.A. Alpha Pi Theta 2, 3, 4, President 2, 3, Man of the Year 3; WECB 1, 2; WERS 1, 2, 3, 4; Berkeley Beacon 1, 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 2, Associate Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; Debate 3; Psychology Club 3, 4; Inter-Fraternity Council 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3; Sailing Club 4; Who’s Who Among Stu- dents in American Universities and Col- leges KEVIN DENIS LORDAN Theatre Arts B.A. Newman Club 1, 2, 4; Choric Speech Choir 1; Singing Choir 1; Psychology Club 1, 2; Public Productions Theatre 1; 1st place Oratorical Contest 2; Transfer Student Central School of Speech and Drama, London, England 3 DAVID RUSSELL LONG “Dave” Broadcasting B.A. Phi Alpha Tau 3, 4, Treasurer 4; WERS 3, 4; WECB 2, 3; Transfer Student Worcester Junior College 2 HAROLD LUBIN English B.A. Hillel 1, 2; Inter-Faith Council 2; Berke- ley Beacon 3; Scribe 1, 2; Gold Key Society 2, 3, 4, Speaker 4; Sophomore Class Office, Vice-President; Public Pro- duction Theatre 2, 3, 4; Scholarship 1, 2, 3; Dean’s List 1; Junior Prom Chairman; Winter Carnival Chairman; Commence- ment Chairman ROBERT M. LOPEZ-CEPERO Theatre Arts B.S. in Speech Phi Alpha Tau 2, 3, 4; Gold Key Soci- ety 1, 2; Wrestling 1; Student Govern- ment 1, 2; Freshman Class Office, Presi- dent; Dorm Council 1; Public Produc- tion Theatre 1, 2, 3, Scenic Designer 3; Children’s Theatre 1, 2; Production Co- ordinator 3; Workshop Scholarship 3 ELLEN MARKS Speech Pathology B.S. in Speech Sigma Alpha Eta 4; Hillel 1; Psychology Club 1 f GERALDINE MARLOWE “Geri” English B.A. Choric Speech Choir 2; Singing Choir 2, 3, 4; Sailing Club 2, 3, 4; G.A.L. 3 HENRY J. McGONAGLE “Hank” Broadcasting B.S. in Speech Phi Alpha Tau 3, 4, Historian 4; WECB 4; Scribe 4; Gold Key Society 4; Base- ball 4; Orange County Community Col- lege A.A. JOSE MARTINEZ Theatre Arts B.A. Newman Club 1; Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges; Public Production Theatre 1, 2, 3. 4; Scholarship 2, 3, 4; Dean’s List 2, 3, 4; Transfer Student Providence College 1 MARJORIE LYNN MILWE “Milwe” Speech Pathology B.S. in Speech Hillel 1, 2; S.T.E.A.M. 4; Psychology Club 1, 2; Sailing Club 1, 2; Dorm Council 2, 3 44 JONE G. MILLER Theatre Education B.S. in Speech Kappa Gamma Chi Honorary 4; S.T.E.A.M. 2; Transfer Student Univer- sity of Miami 2; Junior Prom Commit- tee 3; Commencement Committee ROBERTA-DEBRA MISSEL “Missie” Speech Pathology and English B.S. in Speech Hillel 1, 2; Choric Speech Choir 4; Psy- chology Club 1, 2, 3; Scholarship 1, 4; Student Action Movement 3 FREDERICK PETER NADELMAN “Ned” History B.A. S.C.A. 3, 4; Inter-Faith Council 3, 4, President 4; Psychology Club 2; Interna- tional Relations Society 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Sailing Club 4 DE NNIS M. O’NEIL English B.A. Rho Delta Omega 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3, Vice-President 4; Alpha Epsilon Rho 4; WERS 2, 3. 4; WECB 2; Transfer Stu- dent from Lowell Tech, Clarkson Col- lege JANE PHYLLIS OSTROW Speech Pathology and Audiology B.S. in Speech Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; Psychology Club L 2, 3, 4 JEFFREY PASTOLOVE “Jeff” Theatre Arts and Broadcasting B.S. in Speech Psychology Club 2, 3; Athletic Associa- tion 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2 ANN H. PHELAN “Angel” Theatre Arts B.S. in Speech Psychology Club 3, 4; Dorm Council 3; Public Production Theatre 2, 3, 4; Speech 4; Transfer Student DANIEL M. PAULNOCK “Danny” Broadcasting B.S. in Speech Alpha Pi Theta 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary, Assistant Pledge Master; Alpha Epsilon Rho 4; WERS 1, 2, 3, 4; WECB 1, 2. Assistant Station Manager 2; Berkeley Beacon 1, 3, Editor-in-Chief 3; Choric Speech Choir 1, 2; Vice-Presi- dent; Debate 2, 3; Forensic Council 2, 3, President 3; S.T.E.A.M. 3; Student Gov- ernment President 4; Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges; Grand Marshall 1964 Com- mencement; Junior Prom Committee THOMAS J. PEARSON " Tom” Broadcasting B.S. in Speech WERS 3, 4; WECB 1; Dean’s List 1, 2, 3; Transfer Student Cambridge Junior College FRANCIS K. PLOENER “Frank” Broadcasting B.S. in Speech Rho Delta Omega 2, 3, 4, Historian 3, 4, Parliamentarian 4; Hillel 1; WERS 3, 4; WECB 1; Emersonian 4, Treasurer; Dorm Council 1, Treasurer; Junior Prom Committee RONALD F. POLCARI “Rumple” Broadcasting B.S. in Speech Alpha Pi Theta 3, 4; Alpha Epsilon Rho 3, 4, President 4; WECB 2, 3, Produc- tion Manager 3; WERS 2, 3, 4, Station Manager 4; Scholarship 2; Transfer Stu- dent Boston University 2 ANNE ELIZABETH QUINN Speech Pathology and Audiology B.S. in Speech Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2; Psychology Club 2; Dorm Council 2, Secretary; Dean’s List 3 47 HOWARD P. RATNER " Rat " Broadcasting B.S. in Speech Alpha Pi Theta 2, 3, 4. Pledgemaster 3, President 4; WERS 3; WEC13 2, 3, Pro- gram Director 2; Berkeley Beacon 4, Sports Editor; Inter-Fraternity Council 4, President; Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4; Basketball 2, 3; Transfer Student University of Connecticut 2 PAUL ANTHONY RICCI Theatre Arts B.A. Newman Club 2; Choric Speech Choir 4; Singing Choir 4 GERALD REO “Jerry” Broadcasting B.S. in Speech Alpha Pi Theta 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 2, 3, Vice-President 4; New- man Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3; WERS 4; WECB 2, 3; Psychology Club 2; Athletic Association 3, 4; Basketball 3; Transfer Student Auburn Community College 2 RONALD HOLDEN MICHAEL RITCHELL Speech and B.S. in Speech Theatre Arts Rho Delta Omega 2. 3, 4, Chaplain 2; Newman Club 1, 2; WERS 1, 2; WECB 1, 2, 4; Psychology Club 1; Dorm Council, President; Public Productions Theatre 1, 2, 3, 4; Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean’s List 1 PAUL O. RICCARDI Broadcasting B.S. in Speech Scholarship 3; Transfer Student Boston University 3 ALBERT J. ROGOWSKI “Al” Speech B.S. in Speech Hillel 2, 3, 4; Transfer Student Carry College 2 JEANNE ROOK “Rookstein” Speech Pathology B.S. in Speech Kappa Gamma Chi 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Berkeley Beacon 3, 4; De- bate 3; Dorm Council 4; Transfer Stu- dent Michigan State University 2 MICHAEL A. RYBAK, JR. “Mike” Broadcasting B.S. in Speech WERS 4; WECB 1; Psychology Club 1, 2; Sailing Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Com- modore 4; Dorm Council 1, President VIRGINIA LEE ROSS “Ginny” Education B.A. Hillel 1; S.T.E.A.M. 4; Psychology Club 1, 2; Sailing Club 4; G.A.L. 4 SUSAN BRANT SADTLER Theatre Arts B.A. Phi Mu Gamma 3, 4, Treasurer, Pan- Hellenic Representative 4; Singing Choir 2; Debate 2; Pan-Hellenic Council 4; Public Productions Theatre 3; Transfer Student Potomac State College of West Virginia University 2 49 JACKELYN SCHMERIN “Jacki” Speech Pathology B.S. in Speech Phi Mu Gamma 2, 3, Sunshine Girl 3; H illel 1; Choric Speech Choir 1, 2; Psy- chology Club 2, 3; Sailing Club 4; G.A.L. 4; Dorm Council 1 DAVID G. SHAPIRO “Dave” Broadcasting B.S. in Speech Hillel 2; WERS 4; Transfer Student Bos- ton University 2 HOPE ELLEN SHAFF Speech B.S. in Speech Class Historian 2, 3, 4; Hillel 1, 2; Psy- chology Club 2, 4; Emersonian 4; Junior Prom Committee; International Rela- tions Society 4; Sailing Club 2, 4; Com- mencement Committee 4 JANET SCHIFF SHERMAN Psychology B.A. Hillel 1; Berkeley Beacon 1; Scribe 1; Debate 1; Psychology Club 2, 3, 4; Jun- ior Prom Committee MICHELLE C. STONE Speech Pathology B.S. in Speech Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, 4, House Man- ager 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; WERS 3; Berkeley Beacon 2; Choric Speech Choir 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 3; Psychol- ogy Club 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.L. 4; Winter Carnival Queen 3; Junior Prom Attend- ant SUZANNE J. WEINER English B.A. Hillel 1; WECB 1; Berkeley Beacon 1, 2, 3; Psychology Club 2 MICHAEL TOTH Business and Industrial Communications B.S. in Speech Alpha Phi Theta 3, 4, Pledgemaster 4; Wrestling 3, 4; Athletic Association 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Transfer from Villanova 3 FREDRIC A. WEISS “Ferd” Broadcasting B.S. in Speech Alpha Pi Theta 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, 3; Alpha Epsilon Rho 4; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4; Inter-Faith Council 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Treasurer 4; WERS 1, 2, 3, 4; WECB 1, 2; Berkeley Beacon 3; Gold Key Society 2, 3, 4; Student Gov- ernment 4, Treasurer; Dorm Council 1, Secretary; Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 4; Scholarship 2, 3; Hillel Service Award; Junior Prom Committee 3; Winter Car- nival Committee 2 SALLY KATHLEEN VEVES Speech Pathology B.S. in Speech Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; WECB 1; Psy- chology Club 1, 2, 3 ADRIANNE M. WOLF " Dre” Speech Pathology B.S. in Speech Hillel 1, 2; Psychology Club 2, 3; Sail- ing Club 2, 3; G.A.L. 1 OUR AMBASSADRESS TO ENGLAND DIANNE TRULOCK Theatre Education B.S. in Speech Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3. 4, Corresponding Secretary 3; Newman Club 1, 2; Winter Weekend Committee; Junior Prom Chairman; Public Production Theatre 2; Scholar- ship 2 Ayre, Penelope Bl umberg, Stephen Blumsack, Lawrence Clark, Abigail Ericson, Phillip Gold, Rente Greiffenhagen, Marion Holleran, Edward Isquith, Sharon Levin, Shirley McCurdy, Richard McKinnon, Mary O ' Donnell, Charles Peltier, Lawrence Pinsky, Linda Sullivan. Noreen Vance, John 52 activities ROW 1: A. Velto — President, Freshman Class; J. Johnson — President, Sophomore Class; V. DiBona- — President, Junior Class; G. Dettling — President, Senior Class. ROW 2: Student Government Association: F. Weiss — Treasurer; J. Kates — Secretary; A. Garrity — Vice-Presi- dent; D. Paulnock — President. STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION COUNCIL WHO ' S WHO Karl Hattler Dan Paulnock Fred Weiss Joan Kates Kathie Berlin Jose Martinez Chris Lindsay Don Ilko Ed Imm Garrett Dettling Pam Greco Arlyne Garrity P O BO 034 Alabama. November 27, 1964 Emerson College 130 Beacon Street Boston Massachusetts 02116 You have been recommended to us from your campus for recognition in WHO’S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. It is a pleasure to tell you that your nomination has been accepted. The students recognized by this organization each year are nominated from approximately 773 colleges and universities. Campus nominating committees are instructed to consider, in making their selections, the student ' s scholarship; his participation and leadership in academic and extracurricular activities; his citizenship and service to the school; and his promise of future usefulness. is li ROW 1: J. Kates, P. Greco, H. Lubin — Speaker; F. Jahn. ROW 3: D. Ilko, S. Solomon, M. Rubin, S. Katz, Weiss, C. Swedish, G. Dealing. ROW 2: C. Granto, V. J. Rodack, M. Cantone. DiBona, A. Corona, D. Simson, J. Levin, R. Gold, A. GOLD KEY SOCIETY The Emerson College Gold Key Society was chartered in 1961 and is the College ' s honor- service organization. Its membership is composed of those students who excel not only scholasti- cally, but are also leaders in extra-curricular ac- tivities and whose character and personal con- duct makes them worthy to represent the College. Members of Gold Key Society daily conduct tours of the College for prospective students as well as acting as hosts of the College at all official functions. ROW 1: J. Goldblatt, J. Kates, C. Epstein, J. Walsh — News Editor; C. Lindsay — Editor-in-Chief; D. Simson — Managing Editor; R. Kramer, T. Fucci, K. Gerety. ROW 2: T. Baer, J. Goldman, K. Blumenthal, J. Ehrlich, S. Solomon, B. Dine, J. Rodack, M. Walsh, P. Fisher, D. Shepperson. ROW 3: A. Jaffe, M. Kletter, G. Dettling, H. Rogut, A. Hricisko, R. Jeronimo, H. Rat- ner, T. Goldman, S. Leimsider, D. Uko. BERKELEY BEACON The Berkeley Beacon, Emerson’s newspaper, is published by and for the students of the col- lege. This year under the leadership of Editor-in- Chief Chris Lindsay the paper has been revised in order to better its readers. Covering such ac- tivities as debate, theatre arts productions, sports, and student organizations functions, the Berkeley Beacon keeps in touch with what is happening around the college. The Berkeley Beacon provides a valuable serv- ice to the Emersonians who eagerly await each is- sue. ROW 1: C. Epstein — Business Manager; B. Mirkin, J. Klinger — Editor; H. Margolis. ROW 2: T. Fucci, R. Christenson, R. Jeronimo, D. Mayr, M. Lobell. SCRIBE In 1965, Scribe enters its second decade as the literary quarterly magazine of Emerson College. It is a creative effort of the undergraduate stu- dent body with the guidance and advice of the English Department. It features prose and poetry material submitted by the students, faculty and occasionally guest authors. Each year Scribe gives an award for the most outstanding literary achievement on the part of an Emerson student. 58 i ROW 1: J. Reo. D. Hartling, F. Ploener, D. O’Neil, R. Cor- tese. M. Williamson, S. Rosenberg. F. Weiss, E. Imm. ROW 2: V. DiBona, D. O’Brien, R. Carrigan, A. Sagal. R, Polcari, Mr. Kroeger, T. Pearson, E. Hurvitz, S. Bell, D. Amadon, J. Mara- rian. ROW 3: M. Rybak, S. Spiegel, S. Baltin, D. German. R. Blank, L. Koch, J. Rodack, A. Garrity, L. Lowers, A. Jaffe, B. Lima, C. Buck, E. Cohen, J. Walsh, R. Klugman. ROW 4: N. Zapponi, W. Wangerin, G. Angier, R. Hershel, D. Long, F. Palms, T. Flauber, P. Ericson, L. Gobiel, J. Cassidy, G. Herbs- ter, FI. Grodensky, A. Forbes, D. Dayton, H. Liberman. WERS WERS is an entirely student operated FM sta- tion of 1 8,000 watts and is non-commercial rather than educational. The largest project un- dertaken by the station this year was the cover- age of the presidential election, with high hopes of winning the United Press International Award for excellence in election coverage as they did in 1962 . WERS also saw the creation of a Board of Advisors made up of prominent persons in the field of broadcasting. The aims of the station are to maintain the good station image and to give greater public service by the presentation of pro- grams based on controversial matters. ELECTION COVERAGE 1964 Tom Pearson ROW 1: M. Alter, R. Brender, M. Williamson, J. Goldman, R. Buckman, D. Martel, S. Baltin, M. Kletter, P. Morris, R. Cournoyer, R. Cortese, T. Raver. ROW 2: J. Arslanian, A. Forbes, J. Rigrod — Chief Engineer; D. German — Sports Direc- tor; A. Jahn — Sales Manager; D. Dayton — News Director; V. DiBona — Station Manager; R. Lifeset — Program Director; B. Lyons — Program Director; T. Smith — Music Librarian; H. Malley — Assistant Librarian; S. Speigal, R. Christenson. ROW 3: B. Feeny, P. Brenner, A. Jaffe, P. Ramuno, A. Mellgren, H. Rogut, S. Cann, H. Jacob, J. Rodack, L. Lowers, M. Walsh, A. Hricisko, J. Greenhart, L. Kyed, H. Liberman, R. Lally, R. Klugman, S. Smoller, M. Williamson. ROW 4: R. Hershel, G. Karfiol, N. Siskin, A. Abend, H. Grodensky, H. Zweig, P. Levy, D. Weil, L. Gobeil, J. Cassidy, G. Angier, A. Aybar, G. Herbster, N. Zapponi. WECB WECB, is the commercial radio station at Emerson. WECB broadcasts on a low-frequency power and by closed-circuit to Emerson and neighboring colleges. The student run station is maintained by both day and night students, giv- ing them experience for the future in the depart- ments of commercial radio — with its present day programming. This year WECB presented “The President Speaks” — a program of live debate about school matters with the Student Government President, on the first and third Wednesdays of the month. 61 ROW 1: J. Rodack, R. Carrigan — Secretary; J. Kates — -Vice-President-Treasurer; R. Polcari — President; A. Jahn — Corresponding Secretary; V. DiBona — Corresponding Secretary. ROW 2: ALPHA EPSILON RHO Beta Delta Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Rho, a national honorary broadcasting fraternity, had the honor of holding the first social event at the new College Union. It was a Christmas party open to all students and faculty of the college and even Santa came. Some of the members attended the national convention in Texas, this being the first time Emerson was not represented by proxie. They also held movies and several dances throughout the year. J. Lisanti, G. Quenzel, G. Kroeger, C. Phillips, E. Imm, J. Rigrod. ROW 3: F. Weiss, D. O’Brien, E. Hurvitz, D. Paulnock, A. Sagal, D. O’Neil. ROW 1: M. Bernfeld, P. Bebchick, K. Dushan, J. Carlan, E. Vest, M. Isaacson, J. Warshaw, R. Benjamin. S. Alperen, M. Tassinari. ROW 2: L. Mack, I. Gaer — Recording Secretary; D. Eisenberg — Program Chairman; J. Rook — Vice-President; P. Casperson — Presi- dent; I. Weintraub — Corresponding Secretary; M. Allison — Treas- urer; M. Haynes — Advisor; M. Israel. ROW 3: S. Eichenwald, C. Sachs, A. Quinn, R. Small, W. Goldstein, S. Shuman, S. Howard, Wolf, R. Kramer, M. Ziomek, J. Ostrow, P. Berkowitz, J. Baram, Young. ROW 4: J. Florsheim, R. Gold, M. Stone, S. Veves, S. Bufferd, J. Schmerin, E. Rodman, C. O’Donnel, N. Blum, M. Lang, J. Levin, S. Cooper. M. Lobell, G. Golden, E. Marks. SIGMA ALPHA ETA Sigma Alpha Eta is the National Speech and Hear- ing Honor Fraternity, created to provide to all students who are interested in speech pathology and audiology, more extensive social and professional experiences. The Beta Delta Chapter at Emerson plans various activities to create and stimulate interest among the students; to encourage professional growth through learning experiences; to foster a spirit of unity by co- ordinating the interests and efforts of persons with a common goal, by providing situations in which stu- dents and faculty may work together as a team to advance the profession as a whole; to inspire high planes of achievement in academic and clinical activi- ties; and, to aid in building wholesome public relations with other college departments and with local organ- izations concerned with the field of speech pathology and audiology. 63 2 ROW 1: M. Isaacson, L. Hutchison, R. Clarke, R. Missel — Librarian, E. McSharry — President; D. Lindskog — Treasurer; R. Christenson. D. Cremer, C. Levin. ROW 2: E. Pappas, S. Rothstein, S. Weiss, J. Cohen, E. Frankel, J. Feigenbaum, M. Gorin, R. Kramer, K. Collins, H. Weinbaum. J. Raphael. ROW 3: B. Rubin, B. Dine, P. Ricci T. Kashdan, S. Solomon, D. Montague, S. Leimsider, M. Kletter, M Margolis, M. Lobell. CHORIC SPEECH CHOIR The Emerson College Speech Choir, under the able direction of Mr. Silvestri, this year scheduled a number of performances in the New England area. The choir, gave a winter convocation for the college and participated in the Christmas Convocation, contributing some interesting and original Chanukah material. The choir is concerned with the application of group interpretation of literature and specialty material. The technique of choral speaking and self-improvement are taught through the cooperation of the speech department. An enthusiastic group of students brought to Emerson a successful program of choral speech. 64 ROW 1: P. Gordon, I. Alpert, S. Herb, L. Epstein, D. Prosser, S. Palonen, N. Wiener, J. Child. L. Hertzberg. ROW 2: B. Bryan, D. Stewart, J. Rigrod — Librarian; A. Garrity — President; Mr. Pettitt — Director; S. Howard — Secretary; G. Dettling — Librarian; G. Marlowe, G. Highberger. ROW 3: D. Marlowe, D. Vagramian, J. Paquet, R. Barad, M. Cohen, J. Koenigsberg, B. Strasnick, J. Dwyer, V. Reardon, N. Faulkner, N. Hart, V. Spiro, E. Zarkin, K. Berlin. ROW 4: R. Mainardi, A. Jahn, P. Ricci, H. Liberman, E. Hale, F. Palms, R. Bartlett, G. Welch, A. Serino, D. Mayr, R. Scheeler, J. Dobbins. The Singing Choir, also known as the Emerson College Choral Society, enjoyed the largest enrollment in its history this year. Under the direction of Robert Pettitt, it performed at Chapel services, the Dedication of the College Union, Commence- ment, and various convocations. In keeping with its goal of bringing to Emerson an appreciation of many forms of music, the choir presented its annual Christmas Convocation, featuring works of Pachelbel, Greene, Praetorius and Gallus, and presented Handel’s Utrecht Jubi- late in its Spring Concert. The outstanding talent, cooperation, and spirit of its members make this year’s choir one of the finest in Emerson’s history. SINGING CHOIR DEBATE ROW 1: D. Dean — Coach; Mr. Marderosian — Coach; E. Carver, M. Rubin — Treasurer; M. Honan — President; J. C. Manly — Secretary; Mr. Hollingworth — Coach. ROW 2: J. Klinger, B. Mirkin, N. Levin, B. Rubin, B. Strasnick, S. Solomon. P. Fisher, H. Levites, N. Hey- man, B. Nadle, P. Marmon. ROW 3: M. Williamson, E. Warnshunis, J. Fox, L. Goodhue, R. Jeronimo, T. Clark, D. Martzel, J. Falbo, T. Smith. J.C. Manly — Secretary; M. Honan — President; Mr. Marderosian, Mr. Hollingworth, M. Rubin — Treasurer. FORENSIC COUNCIL The Forensic Council is a national organization designed to promote competi- tive speech activities among colleges and universities. The Emerson Council is primarily concerned with the organization of tournaments and other debate activi- ties at the college. This includes a High School tournament, which leads on to the New Englands and various other events. Emerson College is one of the original members of the Greater Boston Forensic Association. In addition to the tourna- ments in the Boston area, they also travel to various parts of New England to participate in their debate activities. Emerson has taken an active and successful part in these events and firmly believes that these debate experiences are both educational and worthwhile. 67 ff n fi mm 01 m- wM u j m ♦ TT Jr " % V l |B M ■ J| m " v: l - t ' M H Tj « r ' s » r : 1 » n| mi H M , k • » Mf. WBI it f i Mm ft ■ f WfoteMM ROW 1A: M. Honan, G. Ricci, A. Calandrino. ROW 1: E. Carver, C. Swedish, A. Jahn — Inter-Faith Representative; J. C. Manly — Sec- retary; J. Walsh — President; B. MacPherson — Advisor; T. Hauber — Treasurer; A. Ciarfella, M. Cahill. R. Maffongelli. ROW 2: K. Gerety, L. Lowers, C. Russo, P. Magee, S. Sweeney, M. Walsh, A. Garrity, B. Bryan, J. Meurisse, M. Ziomek, C. Chavanne, T. Fucci, T. Belmosto. ROW 3: J. Reo, R. Cortese, V. DiBona, C. Casey, P. Ramuno, A. Velto, R. Lally, D. Noonan, B. Lima, N. Zapponi, B, Feeney. NEWMAN CLUB The Newman Club is comprised of students of the Catholic faith attending Emerson. It sponsors dances, retreats, speakers, and communion suppers at the Divine Word Missionary. This year the Newman Club played “Santa Claus” both to a needy family and an orphanage at Christmas. Another of its principal activities was a discussion among a rabbi, a priest, and a minister which was open to the entire student body. The primary purpose is to motivate the members of the club into learning more about their religion and to have a better understanding of themselves and their fellow man. 68 ROW 1: H. Comstock — Secretary; C. Lichman — Presi- ROW 2: L. Hutchison, F. Nadelman, G. Angier, J dent; L. Koch — Vice-President; L. Shepherd — Treasurer. Houle, K. Hattler. STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION The purposes of the Student Christian Association are to worship and work together in the attempt to learn more completely the meaning of Christianity in our time, and to share together the task of strengthening brotherhood in this Association and throughout the world. SCA presents a program of speakers to lecture on subjects relative to religion in our time. It also completed several special work projects in the Boston area. 69 ROW 1: S. Smoller, K. Austin, B. Schlansky, I. Slotnick, H. Wein- baum. H, Malley. ROW 2: S. Rothstein, C. Sachs, S. Leimsider — Treasurer; M. Isaacson — Vice-President; F. Weiss — President; M. Bernfeld — Secretary; A. Rogowski, S. Bendix, M. Leimberg. ROW 3: L. Bartmon. M. Gorin. R. Kramer, G. Wish, B. Endervelt, S. Stein- berg, R. Nedell, J. Koenigsberg, S. Neufeld, L. Tunick, C. Scheiner, C. Bitterman, E. Marder, G. Fein. ROW 4: S. Baltin, D. German, Liberman, R. Zletz, H. Rogut, H. Zweig, G. Alterman, C. Kraus, Kletter, N. Siskin, A. Jaffe, S. Rosenberg. HILLEL In the past year Hillel has sponsored many lecturers and various outstanding films. Its primary activity was a weekly discussion group with Rabbi Perlman concerning the Hebrew tradition, morals, and other related topics. One of the principle features of this season was a model Seder, where the ceremony was conducted and described. The function of Hillel is to present to Jewish students all phases of their religion, for it is their belief that the well-rounded person is a definite asset to his community life. 70 2 X ROW 1: F. Weiss — Treasurer; C. Lichman — Vice-President; F. Nadelman — President; J. Walsh — Secretary. ROW 2: S. Leimsider, A. Jahn. INTER-FAITH COUNCIL The Inter-Faith Council is composed of the Presidents of the three religious organizations, a representative from each, and a President. The officers are chosen on a rotating basis in order to insure equality between the organizations. The council sponsors two chapels a month plus an annual Brotherhood Award to some person who, in the eyes of the Council, has given some outstanding service to the held of Brotherhood. Under the direction of Dr. Richard Pierce, the Inter-Faith Council strives for a deeper religious unity between and among the students of the college. 71 ROW 1: P. Stein, M. Stone, J. Rigrod, N. Zapponi — Secretary; D. Deluca — Vice-President; M. Williamson, A. Wolf, A. Rogowski. ROW 2: H. Shaft, B. Smith, S. Sneiderman, V. Ross, J. Pastolove, A. Togut, S. Voss, B. Levy, J. Baker, L. Kahans. ROW 3: J. Goldblatt, P. Fisher, D. Gayle, J. Ehrlich, T. Goldman, H. Comstock, B. Lima, A. Garrity, J. Koenigsberg, J. Michelson, J. Ostrow. PSYCHOLOGY CLUB The aims of the Psychology Club are to interest the Emerson student body in the field of psychology, to broaden the psychological program offered at the col- lege and to aid an individual to understand himself and others. This year ' s pro- gram consisted of several films, a volunteer psychology program, many well- known lecturers and help with a research program. ROW 1: V. Pollina, J. C. Manly, J. DuLac — Treasurer; 2: S. Veves, V. Ross, S. Solomon, R. Green, S. Katz, B. C. Epstein — President; E. McSharry, N. Hintlian. ROW Rubin, P. Greco, J. Meurisse. S.T.E.A.M. The Student Teacher’s Education Association of Massachusetts presents a pro- gram designed to introduce prospective teachers to the present educational develop- ments in the fields of special interest. Through speakers, lectures and discussions the students are made aware of all the pros and cons inherent in the teaching pro- fession. One goal of the organization is to acquaint students with the function of the National Education A ssociation. DORM COUNCIL ROW 1: C. Epstein, K. Dushan, E. Rodman, D. Gayle, J. Kates, B. Dine. ROW 2: P. Bebchick, G. Benjamin, S. Katz, G. Alexander, J. Kahn, M. Schulman, L. Lowers. .. A w Kf. 4? I mmM ' i J? V ) m, «v : 2 i w BM jR ft ROW 1: A. Wolf, V. Ross, M. Stone, F. Nadelman — Treasurer; L. J. Goldblatt. ROW 3: R. Levy, G. Alterman, J. Houle, G. Angier, L. Koch — President; D. Shepperson — Secretary; C. Lichman. ROW 2: Goodhue — Vice-President. B. Endervelt, J. Ostrow, L. Kahans, H. Shaff, J. Florsheim, S. Gorad, INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS SOCIETY The International Relations Society was designed to create interest in its goals, which are to instill an interest and knowledge in the working of the United Na- tions and the problems facing those nations belonging to the U.N. The Emerson Chapter was founded during the second semester of 1963-64. This year, starting in November, the Club presented monthly speakers whose interests lay in the international field. Six delegates attended the Model General Assembly held in New York and the Club also showed some films sponsored by the U.N. Each Emersonian is a member of the Society, as stated in the U.N. Charter. 74 S. Katz— President; I. Weintraub, A. Garrity — Vice-President; S. Sadtler, K. Berlin — Secretary- T r e asur er. PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL The Pan-Hellenic Council, made up of the presidents and representatives of each of the three sororities, was organized to serve the best interest of all sorori- ties, by promoting college spirit and maintaining unity among them. It sponsors two teas — one each semester — for those girls eligible for sororities along with establishing rules for pledging. Miss Edna M. Ward is the advisor of the group. 76 E. Cohen — Vice-President; H. Ratner — President; T . Goldman — Secretary-Treasurer. INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL The Inter-Fraternity Council is composed of the presidents of the three fraterni- ties on campus. Its main function is to set up pledging dates, eligibility require- ments for pledging, and a schedule for inter-fraternity sporting events. The organization was created to promote better relationships among the frater- nities, Alpha Pi Theta, Phi Alpha Tau, and Rho Delta Omega. 77 ROW 1: S. Andres, D. Hartling — Treasurer; J. Reo — Vice-President; H. Ratner — President; A. Jahn — Record- ing Secretary; V. DiBona. ROW 2: F. Weiss, D. Ger- man, C. Reene, D. O’Brien — Corresponding Secretary; R. Lima, C. Lindsay, J. Mararian, H. Winkler, S. Rosenberg, R. Polcari, J. Goldstein, H. Grodensky, R. Hershel, D. Paulnock, E. Conture, G. Herbster, C. Me Clure, R. Lifeset, M. Toth. ALPHA PI THETA Alpha Pi Theta began the 1964-65 school year by presenting its annual “Theta Fair.” Its success was guaranteed by the traditional pie throw and the extra emphasis placed upon late evening dancing. In keeping with the spirit of cooperation with the college, Theta has offered its services to the Broadcasting Department, and has built the film editing room to be used by many students. Once again Theta was active in inter-fraternity sports, winning the football game in October. They are looking forward to basketball and bowling yet to come, along with the “Thunder Jug” softball game with Rho Delta Omega, which has always proved interesting. As in previous years, the Theta Twists highlighted the season for the fraternity and the college. 78 mm ROW 1: I. Weintraub — Pan-Hellenic Representative; P. Greco — Parliamentarian; E. Halper — Treasurer; J. Rod- ack — Recording Secretary; K. Berlin — President; S. Solomon — Vice-President: i. Ehrlich — Pledgemistress; C. Swedish — Corresponding Secretary; S. Gottlieb — Social Chairman. ROW 2: J. Schlesinger, L. Mack, R. Cohen, J. Florsheim, M. Stone — House Manager; C. Glick, D. Eisenberg — House Manager; S. Endler, S. Eichenwald, B. Mirkin. ROW 3: S. Schultz, S. Cooper, E. Rodman. S. Bufferd, M. Allison, J. Rook, E. Horowitz, J, Levin, B. Tuerkheimer, L. Schwartz, P. Berkowitz. KAPPA GAMMA CHI The primary aim of Kappa Gamma Chi is the building of ideal womanhood, based on Love, Loyalty, Trust, and Harmony. The secondary aim is the endow- ment of Emerson College. Kappa Gamma Chi was founded at Emerson College in 1902. The majority of the sisters now live in the new house at 190 Beacon St. Some of the activities on the “Kappa Kalendar " this year included the annual Kappa Auction, the Homecoming Alumni Tea, a Christmas party held at the sorority house, and the annual Spaghetti Throw. New things on the Kappa scene included a new honorary member. Miss B. MacPherson, a new advisor and mem- ber, Dr. C. Lindgren, a clothing Drive, an Alumni Newspaper, and a scholarship fund. 80 ROW 1: M. Williamson, T. Smith, R. Lopez-Cepero, L. Adams. ROW 2: D. Savoy, H. Comstock — Correspond- ing Secretary; D. Ilko — Vice-President; T. Goldman — President; D. Long — Treasurer; A. Belfiore — Recording Secretary; Mr. Marderosian. T. Marcello. ROW 3: L. Warner, Dr. Amato, Mr. McConnell, Mr. Schmider, Mr. Phillips, Mr. Pettitt, Mr. Nickerson, Dr. McKinley, E. Warnshuis. ROW 4: M. Rubin, R. Jeronimo, M. Gold- man, A. Aybar, H. Weil, P. Casperson, A. Hricisko, C. Beaton, B. Lyons. PHI ALPHA TAU Phi Alpha Tau is a National Professional Communicative Arts Fraternity, with social life being second to its primary function of furthering the speech and com- municative arts. Tau presents the Joseph E. Connor Award annually to a person who best exemplifies outstanding communications in his field. The recipient of this year’s award was Edward W. Brooke, Attorney General of Massachusetts. One of the highlights of this year’s activities for the brothers was the annual Freshman Showcase where the frosh are given a chance to display their talents to the rest of the student body. As always, the Christmas Carol Sing was a tremen- dous success as was the Mad Ball. Along with the other fraternities, Tau partici- pated in inter-fraternity sports events. 82 L.AII ROW 1: W. Goldstein — Recording Secretary; N. Hintlian — Vice-President; S. Katz — President; Mrs. Mitchell, S. Sadtler — Treasurer, Pan-Hellenic Represent- ative. ROW 2: C. Granto — Pledgemistress; R. Cutler, E. Eckstein — Sergeant-at-Arms; R. Benjamin — Historian; K. Austin — Chaplain. PHI MU GAMMA Phi Mu Gamma is a National Fraternity for Women which has the intelligent advancement of the Fine Arts for its aim. While fulfill- ing this goal, the sisters have an opportunity to work together in order to benefit the sorority, the school, and the community. The main project for the 1964-65 school year was the annual art exhibit held at the newly acquired College Union and featuring Mr. Thomas Dahill. Other activities included two other art exhibits, and the Annual Senior Farewell Breakfast. Phi Mu Gamma’s aim is to instill loyalty among its members and to work for mental and artistic development. 84 85 ROW 1: J. Rigrod — Treasurer; E. Imm — Recording Buck, M. Viseltear, D. Savoy, J. Falbo, F. Ploener. Secretary; D. O ' Neil — Vice-President; D. Dean — Dream ROW 3: L. Peltier, T. Clarke, R. Maimed. B. Bendiks, Girl; E. Cohen — President; Mr. Quenzel. ROW 2: C. D. Amadon. RHO DELTA OMEGA Rho Delta Omega is Emerson’s social fraternity dedicated to the brotherhood of its members. The annual highlight of the first semester, Dream Girl Ball, saw an innovation as Dale Dean was the first girl ever to be so honored twice. RDO held its biennial book raffle in which one lucky student won his books courtesy of the fraternity. Second semester brought plans for the Corn Ball and a show with the cooperation of its sister sorority, Zeta Phi Eta. The brothers also participated in inter-fraternity sports and more than enjoyed the “Thunder Jug” softball game with Alpha Pi Theta. 86 ROW I: V. Pollina, M. Bernfeld, J. Warshaw, M. Shields. ROW 2: D. Lindskog, C. Epstein, Vice-President, M. Lang, Treasurer, A. Garrity, President, Rente Gold, Re- cording Secretary, S. Shuman, Pan-Hellenic Represent ative. ROW 3: A. Ciarfella, C. Collins, S. Howard. Cor responding Secretary, J. Child. ZETA PHI ETA This year has been a busy one for Alpha Chapter of Zeta Phi Eta, a National Professional Speech Arts Fraternity for Women. A tea for actives and alumnae was held during Homecoming Week-end at the home of a Zeta alumna; the annual Christmas Party for the children of Robbins Clinic was held; the sisters held a Christmas Tea for the faculty, with expectations to follow it up with a faculty dinner where the girls supply the food and the faculty supply the entertainment; they continued to usher and serve coffee at the Thea- tre Arts Department productions; and once again Zeta joined its brother fraternity Rho Delta Omega for the yearly Cornball and a show. The traditional Zeta Work Week was held twice, in the fall and spring, and both times was very successful. During graduation week, a tea for seniors and their mothers, as well as alumnae, brought their fruitful year to a close. 88 1 1 i lr ■ 1 ■ L ' . ‘4 ' ■ ' 1 - ' R,|V - ]■ lllll i» ; fV.-l ROW 1: Mr. Phillips, R. Maimed — Secretary; E. Imm — President; H. Ratner — Vice-President; M. Toth — Treas- urer; S. Rosenberg. ROW 2: J. Reo, J. Falbo, J. Pasto- love, B. Bendiks, C. Buck, J. Leeds, J. Rigrod. ROW 3: M. Viseltear, R. Levy, R. Hershel, D. Weil, E. Conture L. Gobeil, T. Goldman, B. Alex. ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The Athletic Association was founded in the interest of the male student of Emerson, dedicated to the promotion of the name of Emerson College through athletics. The organization is unique in the fact that complete control of all intercollegiate activities rests with the students. The Athletic Association has been successful in the improvement of the college as well as in the self-improvement of its members. More and more the college is witnessing the competition of Emerson sports against larger colleges and universities. 92 ROW 1: T. Goldman — Co-Captain; R. Eubanks — Co- Manager; J. Goldman, P. Harowitz, B. Gilson, H. Grod- Captain; D. Weil — Co-Captain. ROW 2: D. Buck — ensky, D. Branco, P. Brenner. BASKETBALL 93 ROW 1: J. Rigrod, E. Imm — Captain; Mr. Marderosian, S. Rosenberg, R. Lima. ROW 2: M. Caress, M. Toth, R. Maimed, E. Conture. R. Levy. R. Lowen, B. Bendiks. WRESTLING ROW 1: S. Rosenberg, R. Hershel, C. Buck — Captain; Mr. Hollingworth, H. Grodensky, T. Goldman, J. Leeds. ROW 2: P. Brenner, J. Mararian, D. Branco, B. Alex, A. Hricisko, H. McGonagle, J. Fox, B. Richardson, M. Viseltear, J. Goldman, R. Cournoyer. ROW 3: J. Falbo, C. Casey, P. Horowitz, H. Zweig, B. Gilson, D. Weil, F. Kelly, G. Karfiol, T. Clark, B. Feeney, R. Lima. BASEBALL SAILING CLUB I— ROW 1A: P. Oxfeld, D. Lindskog, E. Pappas, P. Collin, E. Stephens, A. Brill, J. Ostrow, P. Magee. ROW 1: J. Freundlich, Dr. Amato, S. Solomon, L. Goodhue — Treasurer; J. Baker — Secretary; M. Rybak — Commodore; Mr. Phillips, J. Sigler — Racing Captain; H. Jacob — Vice-Commodore; K. Austin. ROW 2: D. Cremer, J. Kahn, M. Lang, J. Koenigsberg, D. Martel, C. Casey, D. Ilko, G. Ahrenholz, R. Dietz, R. Cohen, D. Czarick, S. Voss, J. Kates, J. Goldblatt, H. Malley. ROW 3: R. Lally, H. Liberman, K. Mellgrew, H. Rogut, G. Karfiol, H. Abend, R. Levy, E. Conture, H. Com- stock, D. Dayton, J. Cann, R. Garrett, T. Sawyer, A. Aybar. SAILING CLUB The Emerson College Sailing Club has rapidly be- come the largest student organization. According to the constitution, “The purpose of this club shall be to promote recreational and competitive sailing.” Sailing, racing, and rowing are among the various activities available to the student through membership. In 1964, Emerson College Sailing Club became an associate member of the New England Inter-collegiate Sailing Association (N.E.I.S.A.), and a member of the New England Women’s Inter-collegiate Sailing Associ- ation (N.E.W.I.S.A.). 96 SAILING CLUB II— ROW 1: L. Lowers, T. Bauer. T. Fucci, C. Chavanne, V. Adler, B. Soloway, R. Sobel, S. Gottlieb. L. Bartmon, L. Hertzberg, L. Shepherd. ROW 2: L. Hutchison, R. Cortese, S. Smoller, J. Rigrod, N. Merrigan, E. Marder, D. Marlowe. G. Marlowe, J. Car- lan. J. Baram. G. Chrysanthopoulos. ROW 3: B. Mirkin. A. Heyman, M. Stone, H. ShafF. A. Wolf, J. Schmerin, R. Nedell, R. Gritman, R. Cournoyer, A. Hampson, C. O’Donnell, S. Cooper, V. Ross, L. Kahans, D. Stewart. ROW 4: M. Toth, B. Lyons, J. Ehrlich, T. Goldman. A. Zweig, A. Velto, H. Weil, E. Kelly, L. Kyed. T. Kash- dan, D. Paulnock, C. Bittermen, M. Walsh. 97 BOOSTER CLUB T. Smith — Treasurer; D. Weil — President: T. Marcello — Secretary; J. Rigrod — Vice-President. CHEERLEADERS ROW 1: N. Hart, C. Levin — Captain; S. L. Pender. ROW 2: V. Adler — Alternate; E. Strasberg, P. Boxer. D. Cremer. B. Soloway — Alternate. ROW 1: S. Buffered — Publicity; J. Ehrlich — Secretary; L. Weiss — Vice-President; Miss MacPherson — Advisor; S. Solomon — President; J. Warshaw — Treasurer. ROW 2: S. Endler, R. Small, S. Sheftelman, P. Berkowitz, J. Bressman, K. Koenigsberg, E. Rodman, J. Baram, K. Dushan, B. Magid. ROW 3: S. J. Gottlieb, M. Arnswal- der, B. Tuerkheimer, C. Swedish. M. Walsh. B. Rubin, S. Steinberg, J. Freundlich, K. Berlin. GIRLS ' ATHLETIC LEAGUE Led by President Sue Solomon, advisor Miss MacPherson, and newly engaged coach, Mr. Ridini, G.A.L. has enjoyed a very successful year. The new program of swimming and physical fitness every Tuesday evening at the YWCA of Cambridge was received with a great deal of interest and enthusiasm by the female students of Emerson and this enthusiasm was carried over into the very active softball pro- gram in the spring. This year was the most active in G.A.L.’s history and has brought the aims and goals of the organization much closer to realization. G.A.L.’s main aim has been to help build and publicize the Double Decade Gym Fund and the organization looks forward to another year of continued success. 99 THE COLLEGE BOWL EMERSON vs LOYOLA October 25, 1964 Jim Allen, Captain Judy Klinger Mary Jane Shields Don Huppert 102 THE EMERSON COLLEGE UNION V I ' rm JM ■•■ ■ y j m yj yfe DEDICATION January 8, 1965 Faculty Dining Room Berkley Beacon Office Faculty Lounge Freshman Hootenanny Conference Room A E Rho Film Festival Student Government Office CARNIVAL THURBER CARNIVAL THE MISANTHROPE RAGGEDY ANN and ANDY 112 UNDERCLASSMEN THE CLASS OF 1968 CLASS OFFICERS A1 Velto President Angela Daniel Vice-President Karen Blumenthal Secretary Charles Rose n Treasurer FRESHMAN CLASS III— ROW 1: S. Slovack, K. Stiles, L. Weiss, K. Blumenthal, Mr. Hollingworth, A. Velto, C. Rosen, B. Segal, E. Strasberg, B. Rosenbaum. ROW 2: H. Israel, H. Weinbaum, I. Slot- nick, C. Sachs, C. Scheiner, D. Stewart, J. Lounsbury, M. Ziomek, S. Rothstein, B. Schlansky, K. Salzburg, S. Schalef. ROW 3: R. MafFongelli, J. Raymond, D. Mayr, D. Noonan, R. Zletz. N. Siskin, R. Sands, B. Lozinak, W. Pollan. R. Lally, W. McCaw, R. Scheeler. FRESHMAN CLASS I— ROW 1: S. Bendly, J. Gold- berg. J. Feinfeld, K. Gerety, E. Frankel, J. Feigenbaum. L. Bartmon, N. Faulkner, K. Erikson, R. Adler. ROW 2: T. Hollingworth, E. Kaplow, B. Krowick, T. Kash- dan. S. Goodstein. A. Jaffee. T. Fucci, J. Gerrnhuat, C. Kraus, G. Karfiol. ROW 3: I. Alpert, S. Brown, T. Bauer, J. Bender, E. Breslow, J. Berkowitz, M. Cohn, C. Bitterman, T. Edell, J. Cohen, C. Chavanne, V. Adler, E. Carver, G. Blauston, T. Belmosto. ROW 4: J. Arslan- ian, M. Alter, S. Baltin, R. Dietz, R. Christenson, C. Ceragno, G. Alterman, A. Abend, P. Cleveland, C. Casey, D. Buck, J. Dobbins, R. Cohen. FRESHMAN CLASS II— ROW 1: D. Klein, P. Gor- don, M. Grossbard, L. Shepherd, S. Salter, M. Leimberg, M. Wyman, J. Roseman, G. Wish, L. Lowers. ROW 2: H. Malley, C. Russo, N. Merrigan, R. Mainardi, E. Marder, M. Gorin, P. Magee, J. Mayer, L. Nickerson, N. Levin, M. Turner, G. Fein, W. Miller, P. Oxfeld, S. Palonen. ROW 3: S. Neufeld, H. Margolis, P. Ramuno, R. Greenberg, J. Goldman, M. Moroses, R. Levy, H. Rogut, W. Locke, H. Liberman, B. Feeney, J, Perce, R. Nedell. i THE CLASS OF 1967 CLASS OFFICERS Judy Johnson Davie Lindskog Kathy Collins Stephanie Weiss President Vice-President Treasurer Secretary SOPHOMORE CLASS I— ROW 1: D. Marlowe, H Levites, J. Gollinger, J. Kahn, B. Endervelt, E. Horo- witz, B. Mitchell, J. Michelson, L. Weiss. ROW 2: M. Hymes, L. Fineberg, A. Kupperman, S. Weiss, C. Col- lins, D. Lindskog, S. Steinberg, O. Warner. ROW 3: B. Lyons, L. Adams, L. Warner, J. Clark, R. Buckman, D. Gayle, M. Walsh, R. Cournoyer, R. Lima, T. Marcello, J. Butler. ROW 4: B. Morris, A. Hricisko, J. Crespi, R. Hershel, A. Aybar, E. Conture, R. Lifeset, J. Cassidy, H. Jacob, D. Dayton. SOPHOMORE CLASS II— ROW 1: R. Cohen, J. War- shaw, D, Cremer, R. Clarke, B. Bailey, S. Cohen, S. Cohen, S. Endler, S. Kalet, S. Satler. ROW 2: R. Brett- man, P. Boxer, B. Soloway, B. Smith, J. Child, R. Small, H. Winkler, V. Chasens, R. Schweiloch, R. Kramer. ROW 3: G. Ricci, J. Blanchard. A. Voss, N. Hart, M. Williamson, J. Hineline, S. Smoller, A. Togut, J. Sigler, A. Calandrino. THE CLASS OF 1966 JUNIORS II— ROW 1: P. Elliott, K. Dushan, M. Young, P. Bebchick, J. Carlan, L. Mack, K. Austin, E. Pappas, W. Goldstein, L. Hertzberg. ROW 2: T. Smith. J. Mararian, C. Levin, S. Eichenwald, J. Barem, P. Berkowitz, M. Lobell. M. Williamson, J. DuLac. ROW 3: B. Levy, R. Wilker. S. Bufferd, P. Warbasse, J. Rodack, S. Rosenberg, B. Dine, S. Solomon, B. Meyer, C. Lichman, L. Conlong, A. Jahn, E. Stephens, G. Ben- jamin. ROW 4: J. Crespi, H. Grodensky. M. Kletter, P. Casperson, J. Backstrom, P. Levy, T. Hauber, D. Weil, D. Simson, J. Houle, P. Horowitz, F. Simple, G. Herbs- ter, S. Spiegel, D. O’Brien. 122 JUNIORS III— ROW 1: C. Granto. M. Cantone, M. Bernfeld, L. Epstein. N. Hintlian, S. Del’Etoile. R. Raphael, I. Weintraub, M. Isaacson, E. Vest, J. Meurisse. ROW 2: S. Howard, R. May, C. Swedish. S. Leimsider — Treasurer; V. Pollina — Secretary; Mr. Marderosian, E. Rodman — Vice-President; V. DiBona — President; J. Levin, S. Cooper. ROW 3: S. Wasserman, S. Pender, F. Allerhand, J. Florsheim, D. Rubin, J. Rigrod, J. Falbo, B. Tuerkheimer, S. Gorad, B. Babicz, R. Friedman, R. Cutler, J.C. Manly, S. Shuman. ROW 4; R. Carrigan, A. Corona, J. Tuck, D. Czarick, J. Walsh, D. Shepperson, J. Allen, J. Golstein, E. McSharry, G. Dietz, C. Buck, S. Andres, G. Chrysanthopolis. CLASS OF 1965 THE CLASS OF 1965 CLASS OFFICERS Garrett Dettling President kathie Berlin Vice-President Janet Ehrlich Secretary Tony Goldman Treasurer SENIOR CLASS— ROW 1: P. Riccardi, A. Wolf, E. Marks, G. Golden, S, Gottlieb, J. Freundlich, J. Schme- rin, S. Freidman, G. Marlowe, C. Epstein, M. Stone. ROW 2: M. Rybak, A. Brill, E. Hurvitz, V. Ross, T. Goldman. K. Berlin, G. Dettling, J. Ehrlich, J. Binder. F. Ploener, L. Hutchinson. ROW 3: J. Koenigsberg, G. Alexander, H. Lubin, A. Phelan, L. Kahans, M. Black, J. Rook, F. Nadelman, H. Shaff, K. Lordan, J. Bressman, C. Lindsay, J. Kates, S. Katz. ROW 4: J. Pastalove, D. O’Neil. R. Garrett. R. Jeronimo, S. Gray, J. Carr, R. Bartlett, D. Paulnock, D. Long, J. Martinez, D. Ilko, M. Arnswalder, H. Ratner. SENIOR CLASS II— ROW 1: R. Polcari, T. Pearson. J. Goldblatt, J. Ostrow, E. Imm, A. Garrity, E. Cohen, C. O ' Donnell, A. Rogowski. ROW 2: R. Benjamin, D. Cirella, J. Miller, M. Lang, J. Geberth, R. Greco, D. Anifant, N. Blum, S. Veves, G. Hatch, S. Sadtler, A. Quinn, S. Alperen. ROW 3: A. Belfiore, P. Ricci, R. Lopez-Cepero, D. Shapiro, K. Hattler, M. Toth, H. Mc- Gonagle, R. Cortese, F. Weiss, J. Reo, D. Green. 128 In Appreciation . . . Pete Eastman i •. V With Gratitude . . . SAM BEAULIEU i i WINTER CARNIVAL 1963 Pam Greco Arlyne Garrity Janet Ehrlich “Bird Day” Hazing 1961 Acceptance 1962 Hazing 1962 Janet Ehrlich Pam Greco Carol Epstein Michelle Stone Lester Lanin and Band Treasurer Weiss Co- Editor Garrity Secretary Kates 136 Maxene Black Michelle Stone Frank Ploener 137 Pam Greco j Harold Lubin Angel Phelan Pat Garrett Hope Shaff Karl Hattler 3 Salli-Jo Gottlieb Hank McGonagle Tony Belfiore Eliot Cohen Susie Freidman Ron Polcari Steve Koretz Roberta Missel 138 Jeff Pastolove Chuck DerKazarian Nancy Blum Tom Pearson Janis Geberth Joan Bressman Joyce Freundlich Sally Veves Paul Riccardi Dick Green Linda Hutchison Margery Arnswalder Mr Mary Ann Dryjowicz Joanne Goldblatt Selma Alperen Pat Cianfrani Maureen Cahill Ed Holleran 141 Senior Class — Second Place S ?on’ Sculpture — 1965 SUMMER SCHOOL i. ADMINISTRATION DEAN RICHARD D. PIERCE Dean of the College DR. JOHN FORDON Vice-President in charge of Development MRS. CLARA FRASER Registrar MR. HARRY N. NICKERSON Director of Admissions L MR WINTHROP S. CARLSON Comptroller MRS. PATRICIA HUTT Mailing and Duplicating Supervisor MRS. HELEN GASKINS Housemother Governor ' s House MRS. LUCY JONES Assistant to the Comptroller MR. ROGER WILDER, Business Manager MRS. JOAN CUMISKEY, Secretary MRS. AGNES POWERS Director, Women’s Residences MISS JOAN WALLENT Assistant Director of Admissions MRS. HELEN DESMOND Receptionist MRS. HELENA COOK BEALE Receptionist, Speech Clinic 147 MR. DAVID SAVOY Assistant Director of Alumni Relations MISS IRENE CHRISTOPHER Librarian MR. KEN SAUNDERS Director of College Union MISS PAULA SHAER, Assistant Director of Public Relations MISS MARION H. DUERR. Receptionist MRS. JOAN B. PELON, Director of Alumni Records MRS. CLARA J. MacMILLAN Secretary to the President MRS. NATALIE BRYDEN Secretary to Vice-President of Development MRS. ALICE PETRESCU Director of Graduate Placement MRS. VIRGINIA WHITE Assistant to Registrar MISS LOUISE PELLEGRINO Assistant Registrar MRS. KATHLEEN ROLLINS Typist, Registrar’s Office MRS. MAE. B. LORING Secretary, Speech Clinic MR. ANTHONY VAN RIPER Director of Publications and Public Relations MRS. DOROTHY ETTERSHANK Secretary, Speech Clinic MRS. EDNA MERRITT Bookstore Supervisor MISS JANICE GRIFFIN Secretary, Admissions Cafeteria Staff JOE MARCUS Supervisor of Maintenance Personnel JOHN KELLY Maintenance Supervisor, College Union HELEN HOLLINGSHEAD, R.N. Nurse 150 MRS. MARY MeCARTHY Housemother, 271 Beacon St. FACULTY DR. PHILLIP AMATO Speech MR. PAUL AUSTIN Theatre DR. COLEMAN C. BENDER Speech, Chairman Education MR. RICHARD ARNOLD Theatre MR. DONALD BARRON Fine A rts MR CHARLES BIRD Language MR. ROGER ARNOLD Science MR. DONALD BEAULIEU Theatre MR. WILLIAM BISCHOFF History DR VILMA BOROS Speech Pathology MRS. ELIZABETH CARROLL English MRS. ANNE CLAPP Theatre MR. PETER COREA Philosophy MR. THOMAS DAHILL Fine Arts MRS. IRMA DiRUSSO Speech Therapy MRS. ALAN DOLMATCH Speech Therapy MRS. NANCY DOLPH Theatre MISS SUSAN DORLEN Theatre MR. GEORGE DOUGLAS Broadcasting MR. JOHN DuVAL Speech Theatre MRS. CHARLOTTE ETTINGER Speech DR. DeCOURSEY FALES History MR. WILLIAM FERRARA Education MR. CORBY FINNEY Language MRS. SYDNEY GLOVER Speech MR. RANDOLPHE GOETZE Broadcasting MISS MARY FRESHWATER Speech Pathology MRS. AMY B. HARRIS Speech Pathology MRS. MARCIA HAYNES Speech Pathology DR. AUDREY HOLLAND Speech Pathology MR. GERALD KROEGER Broadcasting MR. SARO La ROCCA Physical Education MRS. FRANCES LaSHOTO Speech DR. CHARLOTTE LINDGREN Chairman, English DR. DAVID LUTERMAN A udiology MRS. MARCIA LITTLEFIELD Speech MR WALTER A. LITTLEFIELD Speech and Theatre MISS BERNADETTE MacPHERSON Speech and Education MR. HUGH MacKAY English MRS. BARBARA MATHESON Theatre MR GEORGE MATSON Broadcasting mr. Leslie McAllister English MR. JACK MARSHALL Philosohy MR. HAIG der MARDEROSIAN Speech MRS. RUTH MAXFIELD English mr. david McConnell History THE REVEREND NILES McKEY Philosophy MRS. JUNE HAMBLIN MITCHELL Speech MR. HARRY MORGAN Chairman, Theatre MRS. BETTY MORRIS English DR. JOHN MULKERN History MR. JOHN NICHOLSON Speech MISS HELEN PATTEN Speech Pathology MISS CATHERINE PERRY Speech Pathology MRS. DIANE PESSO Physical Education MR. ROBERT PETTITT Chairman , Fine Arts MR. ALBERT PESSO Physical Education MR NOEL PEYROUTON English MR. CHARLES PHILLIPS Chairman, Broadcasting DR RICHARD PIERCE Chairman, Philosophy DR. JAMES RANDALL English MR HORACE REYNOLDS English MR. GEORGE QUENZEL Broadcasting MRS. EILEEN SAMUELS Chairman, Language MR. CARL SCHMIDER Speech MRS. MAVIS SERRIES Theatre MR. VITO SILVESTRI Speech MR. ROBERT SPARKS Speech Pathology MR. JOHN STAULO Language MR. JACK STEIN Theatre DR. LAWRENCE STODDARD Speech Pathology MR. HENRY STONIE History; Director of Men’s Residences DR. THASS-THIENEMANN Chairman, Psychology MR. GEORGE URSUL History MR. ANTHONY VAN RIPER Broadcasting MISS EDNA WARD DR. HAROLD WILSON MR. JOHN ZORN Speech and Education Psychology Speech and Education 160 GRADUATE STUDENTS Alan Marston, Speech Education; Sandy Bart, Speech; Leonard Riendeau, Theatre; Everett Rich, Speech Education; Dale Dean, Speech Education r ¥■ A EMERSONIAN— ROW 1: S. Andres, F. Ploener— Treasurer; J. Warshaw. ROW 2: M. Lang, E. Imm — Co- Editor; A. Garrity — Co-Editor; C. Epstein. ROW 3: S. Rosenberg — Photographer; H. Shaff, J. Michelson, K. Berlin, D. Mayr, S. Cooper, E. Rodman. ROW 4: Maimed. D. Gayle, B. Dine — Business Manager; Dettling, J. Koenigsberg, D. Simson. R. G. Frank Ploener, Treasurer Arlyne Garrity — Co-Editor; Anthony Van Riper — Advisor y Dallas Mayr, Literary Editor Kathie Berlin, Sororities » SPONSORS Class of 1966 Class of 1967 Class of 1968 Scribe PATRONS Alpha Pi Theta Athletic Association International Relations Society Girl ' s Athletic League Kappa Gamma Chi Newman Club Phi Alpha Tau Rho Delta Omega Sigma Alpha Eta Singing Choir Speech Choir STEAM Zeta Phi Eta 166 We came in search of a Golden Hammer, To forge a world of dreams And desires. Here we leave with a Golden Key To fit the door of life. Since the first, four years have passed And we have known both hope And fear. But we have found that Hammer and forged a Key Strong and sure and ours. Now we leave this place in which So much has changed what once We were. Yet we can never travel nor go so far As to lose its memory. For once we searched for a Golden Hammer And found it here within These Halls. We go with the Key that it has made To open the Door of Life. 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