Emerson College - Emersonian Yearbook (Boston, MA)

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EMERSONIAN 1968 EMERSON COLLEGE Boston, Massachusetts Look through our window See the world pass before us We are your children We are the image of what you have accomplished now 2 Stand up and speak you said And shyly at first And finally with growing confidence . . . We spoke, we read, we sang, We made people laugh, We made them cry . . . 4 We danced on the stage, We sailed on the river, We made children speak, We’ve played actor, director, Producer and teacher; . . . We listen, we learn And now With knowledge to give the world In our words and in our deeds — - We leave and with gratitude we thank you. 5 He has the gift of pouring out words that teach and comfort and reassure. He has given us the faith to sift through our own experiences to weigh them and to find their value He has taught us to judge: what to keep and what to discard Thus we keep, as treasured memory, the affection, The respect we have for him. So we, the class of nineteen hundred and sixty-eight, with much gratitude, dedicate this, our Emersonian, to Dr. Peter V. Corea 8 10 7 CHANGE OF OFFICE In June, 1967, The Emerson Family bid farewell to a dear and respected friend and President, Dr. S. Justus McKinley. Quietly we closed the pages of fifteen happy and fruitful years during which time Dr. McKinley had watched the Emerson Family grow and prosper. He would now retire — knowing that we were as pleased with him as he was with us. And in his place came a young man, Richard Chapin, the seventh president of Emerson College. We were curious. Who was this man? A Harvard Business School Assistant Dean with a long list of credits, a pretty wife, and a wonderful smile. So we smiled too. And we talked with him, and we questioned him, and we laughed with him. And somehow we knew he was going to be just fine. We were ready to adopt a new President — a “father” for our “family”. We knew that with our young minds and his young ideas that we could grow together in a youthful harmony that would make our family just a little bit better. And we will. . . . And so Mr. Chapin, from the Emerson family — your family — we welcome you. Mr. Richard Chapin 11 12 13 14 15 mmsm aa 1(5 17 18 20 22 24 IV 25 26 SENIORS Class of 1968 It is a miscible blend of personalities, abstractions, and communicable ideas that makes up the class of 1968. Our makeup has been defined, refined, structured and restructured during a four year period which has been sententious and meaningful to some while frivolous and simultaneously maudlin to others. But to each it has been a period heavily steeped with a myriad of memories. And these are not fleeting memories that will melt away with the years. These are recollections that will endure as long as there is an Emerson College to remember. Words and phrases easily bring them to mind . . . “Surfin Shindig, Junior Prom, the Caf, 1 lootenanny, meeting your freshman roomm ate for the first time, being hazed, hazing, watching hazing . . .” We ' ve done a lot together. And that is truly the beauty of our Emersonian education. Like any other societal community we have our cliques, our value judgements, our idiosyncracies, our personal biases. But these are not harmful. They are merely parts of a larger overiding force which gently embraces each of us and takes into account our foibles as merely elements of human nature. 90 We have witnessed many changes since our Freshman year when the Caf was a maze of rooms with atmosphere as thick as some of the “beards” that made it a second home, and a student union was merely a far-off dream. Many names on our Freshman roster are not on our Senior roster. And there have been other changes. A new Dean of Students, a new president, improvements in the school ' s physical plant, and on the student level, a feeling of a general awareness that seemed to be lacking four years ago. We wish it were possible to bind up all of our individual feelings and experiences into one volume replete with every possible detail, spanning the retrospections of every member of the class of 1968. This is sincerely our desire because our class is not an empirical collection of statistics. It is a group of persons each with a story to tell. It is a love affair with a six year old speech therapy client who can’t even pronounce your name. It is slaving and sweating every last detail of a television or radio production with the realization that few will ever hear or see it. It’s a dress rehearsal with everything perfect, from the opening curtain to the final curtain calls to the credits in the program. It’s getting pinned and depinned and getting dressed for a prom. It’s all of of this and much much more. And now, for us, it is the end of this cycle, a cycle that has meant something different to each of us, a cycle that will continue as long as there are Emersonians dedicated enough to mold its future. J 31 In Appreciation J. E. Hollingworth, Jr. 32 ALBERT ABEND “The King” Laurelton, New York B.S. in Speech Broadcasting WERS-TV 1, 2, 3, 4; Berkeley Beacon 3, 4; Inter- national Relations Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Sailing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Public Production Theatre 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Winter Weekend Committee 2, Hazing Committee 2 JOYCE ADELMANN Joyce Great Neck, New York B.A. Education Phi Mu Gamma 3, 4; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; S.T.E.A.M. 2, Vice President 4; Sailing Club 1, 2; Student Advisor 4; Dean’s List 2, 3, 4 RONNIE ADLER Ron Bayside, New York B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Kappa Gamma Chi 3, Social Chairman 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; Hillel 1; Senior Class Treasurer; Booster Club 3; Junior Prom Court and Chairman; Winter Weekend Chairman 2; Junior Vaudeville 3; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities WINFRED GORDON ALLEN Jr. Rabbit Summit, New Jersey B.S. in Speech Speech Education Rho Delta Omega 2, Alumni Representative 3, President 4; WERS 3; Berkeley Beacon Editor-in- Chief 3; Scribe Literary Editor 2; Choric Speech 2, 3; S.T.E.A.M., President 4; Inter-Fraternity Council Representative 3, Vice President 4; Base- ball 1, 2, Co-Captain 3, 4; Athl etic Association 1; Booster Club 3, 4; President ' s Club 3, 4 J 33 IRIS A L PERT Marblehead. Massachusetts li.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 1, 2, 3, President 4; Hillel 1, 2; Singing Choir 1. 2, 3, 4; Dorm Council 3; Scholar- ship 1. 2, 3: Winter Weekend Committee 2; Junior Vaudeville 3: Who ' s VV io in American Colleges and Universities HEATHER ARNOLD Heather Braintree, Massachusetts B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Phi Mu Gamma 2. Treasurer 3, 4; Debate 2; Public Production Speech 2, 3; Dean ' s List 3 STEVEN BALTIN Steve Highland Park, New Jersey B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Phi Alpha Tau 2, Parlimentarian 3, IFC Represen- tative 4; Hillel 1: WERS 1. 2, 3, 4; Gold Key Society 2, 3, 4; Inter-Fraternity Council 4; Basketball 1; Student Government, Vice President 3, President 4; President’s Club 4, Chairman 3; Hazing Com- mittee 2; Who ' s Who in American Colleges anil Universities JOHN R. ARSELANIAN Jr. lack Fitchburg, Massachusetts B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Phi Alpha Tau 2, 3, Vice President 4; Student Christian Association 2, President 3, 4; Inter-Faith Council Treasurer 3, President 4; WERS 2, 3, 4; WECB 2. 3; Scholarship 4; All College Debate Second Place, Booster Club 2, 3, 4; President’s Club 3, 4; Winter Weekend Committee 2; Junior Vaudeville 34 - ■ TiTiM » " , | t | B 1 1 mu C. THOMAS BAUER Tom Vincentown, New Jersey B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Phi Alpha Tau 2, National Recording Secretary 3, 4, President 4; Student Christian Association 1. Treasurer 3. 4; WKRS 2, 3. 4: WERS-TV 1. 2, 3. 4: WECB 1, News Director 2, Program Director 3, Station Manager4; International Relations Society 3. 4; Inter-Fraternity Council, Secretary-Treasurer 4: Sailing Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Student Advisor 3, 4; All College Debate Best Speaker 3; Booster Club 2, Treasurer 3. 4: President’s Club 4; Who ' s W io in American Colleges and Universities LYNN BARTMON Lynn Jericho, New York B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; Hillel 1, 2; Psychology Club 1; Sailing Club 1. 2 ECKARDT C. BECK Chris Rockville Center, New York B.S. in Speech Business and Industrial Communications Rho Delta Omega 2. 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, Captain 4; Dorm Council. Proctor 3; Director of Listening Training Program 4 KAREN SALZBURG BEER Karen Westbury, New York B.A. Education Hillel 1, 2, 4; S.T.E.A.M. 4; Sailing Club 1: Hazing Committee 2 35 SANDRA LYNN HENDIX Squeegie New York City. New York 13. A. Education Hillei 1; S.T.E.A.M. 3. 4; Dean ' s List 3 JANE E. BENDER fanie New Haven. Connecticut B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology TINA BETH BERLAD Tina Brookline, Massachusetts B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; Hillei 1, 2, 3, 4: Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3, 4 MICHAEL JOSEPH BLOWEN Mike Thompsonville. Connecticut B.S. in Speech Speech 36 STEPHEN F. BLIJESTEIN Steve Chelsea, Massachusetts B.A. Theatre Education Public Production Theatre 3, 4; Junior Vaudeville 3; Transfer Student PRISCILLA BOGEN Penni Newton, Massachusetts B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3, 4; Dean’s List 2, 3: Transfer Student from George Washington University ANN CARTER BROWNE Ann Martinsville, Virginia B.A. English Singing Choir 3, 4; Sailing Club 3, 4; Student Christian Association 3 EVELYN BRESLOW Evie Morristown, New Jersey B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; Dorm Council, Fire Warden 3; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3, 4 37 |OSEPH A CASELLA Joe Rensselaer, New York B.S in Speech Business and Industrial Communications VVERS, Newsman 3, Engineering 4; WECB, An- nouncer 4; Sailing Club 3, 4: WERS-FM, Engineer Scholarship 3. 4 CARL RALPH CERAGNO WB2CILS Fairview, New Jersey B.S. in Speech Broadcasting WERS-TV, Chief Engineer 2. 3, 4; WECB 1; Inter- national Relations Society 4: Cross Country 2; Dorm Council 1 CAROLE CHAV ANNE Carole Melrose, Massachusetts B.S in Speech Theatre Newman Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4; Public Produc- tion Theatre 2, 3. 4. Speech 4; Oral Interpretation Award 2, 3 MARK IAN GHA1T Mark Spring Valley, New York B.S. in Speech Broadcasting WECB. 2. 3: Berkley Beacon, 4; Sailing Club 2, 3, 4 38 JUDITH COHEN Judi Clifton, New Jersey B.S. in Speech Theatre Arts Choric Speech 1; Public Production Theatre 2, 3. 4 ANNE M. CHOATE Ann Brockton. Massachusetts B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Zeta Phi Eta 2, 3, Secretary 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; Newman Club 3; Psychology Club 2; Dorm Council, Secretary 3, 4; Transfer Student SANDRA ANN COHEN Yuk-Yuk Maywood, New Jersey B.S. in Speech Speech Education Kappa Gamma Chi 3, 4; Hillel 2, 3; Berkeley Beacon 2, 3; Scribe 2; Emersonian 4; Choric Speech 3, 4; S.T.E.A.M., Secretary 4; Psychology Club 4; Sailing Club 2; G.A.L. 3, 4; Dorm Council 2; Public Production Speech 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Transfer Student from Monmouth College MARJORIE C. COHN Margie West Hartford, Connecticut B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Kappa Gamma Chi 2; Corresponding Secretary 3; Recording Secretary 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; Emersonian 4; Singing Choir 1; G.A.L. 2, 3, 4; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3, 4; Student Advisor; Commencement Committee, Co-chair- man 4 39 THOMAS |. CORMIER Tom Brookline, Massachusetts B.S. in Speech Broadcasting WERS-TV 2, 3, 4: Transfer Student CLARA SCOFIELD CORCORAN Summit, New Jersey B.S. in Speech Speech Education S.T.E.A.M. 4; Dorm Council, President 4; Transfer ■ Student from Vermont College t PETER S. CRAWFORD Pete WERS, News Director 1. 2. 3. 4; WERS-TV 2, 3, 4; WECB 1; Berkeley Beacon 4; Sailing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; U PI Tom Phillips Award 2, 3 KATHERINE JEAN DEHETRE Kathie Youngstown. Ohio B.S. in Speech Theatre Arts Alpha Psi Omega 3, Alumni Secretary 4; S.C.A. 3; Singing Choir 3; Sailing Club 3; Public Production Theater 3; Transfer from Centenary College for Women 40 BEVERLY F. DEMAYO Bevie Nahant, Massachusetts B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Newman Club 1, 2; International Relations Society 3, 4; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3, 4 RICHARD DROSNES Richard Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania B.S. in Speech Speech Education Berkeley Beacon 2, 4; Scribe 3, 4; Singing Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Psychology Club 1, 2 i CHERYL ELKA ECKHARDT Cheryl Bridgeport, Connecticut B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Phi Mu Gamma 2, 4, Historian 3; Hillel 3; Sailing Club 4; Transfer from University of Michigan dl DIANE OFFERMAN DRUKS Diane Allston, Massachusetts B.S. in Speech Speech Education » 41 BETTI N A LYNNE EDELL Tina Elberon. New Jersey B.S. Speech Education PEGGY ELIAS Peggy Merrick, Long Island, New York B.S in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; Berkeley Beacon 3; As- sociate Aid to Speech Therapy 4; Dorm Council 3 KAKEN-JEANNE EKIKSON Karrie-Jeanne West Islip, New York B.S. in Speech Speech Education Choric Speech 3, President 4; Dorm Council 3; Dean ' s List 3; Transfer from Suffolk Community College NANCY NIMAN EPSTEIN Niman Fra m i ngha m, Massachuset ts B.S in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Hillel 1; G.A.L. 1, 2; Booster Club 3 42 NANCY FAULKNER Nance Bellows Falls, Vermont B.A. Education-Psychology Phi Mu Gamma 2, Recording Secretary 3, Presi- dent 4; Pan-Hellenic Council, President 4; Gold Key Society 3, 4: Singing Choir 1, 2, Secretary- Treasurer 3, President 4; S.T.E.A.M. 4; Dorm Coun- cil, Secretary 3; Joan Hopkins Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4: Kappa Scholarship 3; Dean ' s List 3: Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities HYNDA ERLICH New York, New York B.S. in Speech Speech Education Hillel 2; Choric Speech 3; Singing Choir 2; Junior Prom Committee 2; Transfer student from Mills College of Education BRIAN M. FEENEY Feens Brooklyn, New York B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Alpha Pi Theta 2, Assistant Pledge Master 3, Athletic Director 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Newman Club 1; WERS 1, 2, Sports Director 3, Magazine Producer 3; WECB 1, 2, 3, 4; Berkeley Beacon 4; Baseball 1: Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3, 4; Athletic Association 1; Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter Weekend Co-Chairman 2; Junior Vaude- ville; Social Committee 1, 2, 3, 4 JANE FEIGENBAUM Feigy West Hartford, Connecticut B.S. in Speech Elementary-Speech Education Hillel 1; Choric Speech 1, 2, 3; S.T.E.A.M. 3, 4; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3, 4; Booster Club 2, 3; Winter Weekend Committee 2; Junior Vaudeville 43 PATRICIA FELDMAN Pat Belle Harbor. New York B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 4. Parliamentarian 3; G.A.L. 2. 3. 4 GENE FEIN Geno Jamaica Estates, New York B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Hillel 1; Dorm Council 3: Winter Weekend Com- mittee LOIS S. FINBERG Lois Providence, Rhode Island B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Kappa Gamma Chi 3, 4: Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; G.A.L. 3, 4; Transfer from New England College SUSAN FISHER Eat die Fairfield, Connecticut B.S. in Speech Speech Education Public Production Theater 3; Transfer from Ohio University 44 DONNA FLANAGAN Donna Manchester, New Hampshire B.A. Speech Education Transfer from Endicott Junior College PATRICIA E. FOYE Pat Quincy, Massachusetts B.S. in Speech Pathology and Audiology Newman Club 3, 4; Associate Aid to Speech Ther- apy 4; Scholarship 2, 3, 4 THERESA M. FUCCI Terri Malden, Massachusetts B.S. in Speech Theatre Arts Alpha Psi Omega 4; Newman Club 1; Berkeley Beacon 1, 2; Scribe 1; Sailing Club 1; Public Pro- duction Theater 1, 2, 3, 4; Scholarship 2, 4 ELIZABETH ANNE FRANKEL Liz Forest Hills, New York B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Kappa Gamma Chi 2, Mistress of Good Cheer 3, Corresponding Secreta ry 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy, Secretary 3, 4; Hillel 1, 2; Choric Speech 2; Gold Key Society 3, 4; G.A.L. 2; Booster Club 2; Student Advisor 4; Dean’s List 3; Junior Prom Committee; Winter Weekend Committee 2; Commencement Com- mittee 3; Hazing Committee 2; Junior Vaudeville; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities t 45 GORDON T. GEYERHAHN Gordon South Portland. Maine B.A. English Transfer from Boston University ANDREA L. GILBERT Andy Miami Beach, Florida B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3; Emerson Scholarship 4; Dean ' s List 3; Transfer from Temple University i BETSY ALICE GIMPEL Bets Raynham, Massachusetts B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Phi Mu Gamma 2. Vice-President 3, Pledge Mis- tress 4: Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; S.C.A. 3, 4; Inter- national Relations Society 3, 4; Cheerleaders 2, 4, Co-captain 3; Sailing Club 1, 2; Dorm Council 1, 4; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3, 4; Booster BUD GILSON Buddy Bruce Mount Vernon, New York B.S in Speech Broadcasting Alpha Pi Theta 2. 3, Pledgemaster 4; WERS-TV 2, 3. Program Manager 4: WECIi 1, 2: Basketball 1. 2, 3. 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Athletic Association 1; Junior Prom Committee; Winter Weekend Com- mittee 2; Mazing Committee 2; Junior Vaudeville 46 MICHAEL S. GISSIN G s Rochester, New York B.S. in Speech Business and Industrial Communications Sailing Club 3; Booster Club 3; Junior Prom Com- mittee; Winter Weekend Committee 2; Transfer from Monroe Community College DARLENE GIRAITIS Dean Newington, Connecticut B.S. in Speech Theatre Arts Public Production Theater 1, 2, 3, 4 STEPHEN GLICK Steve Verona, New Jersey B.S. in Speech Broadcasting WERS-TV 2, 3, Studio Supervisor 4; Sailing Club 1, 2, Commodore 3, 4; Senior Class President; Booster Club 3; President ' s Club 3, 4; Commence- ment Committee; Who ' s Who in American Col- leges and Universities JANE BERKOWITZ GOLDFINE Berky New Haven, Connecticut B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, 4: Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; Hillel 1; G.A.L. 2, 3; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Winter Weekend Chairman 47 | DENNIS GREEN West Newton, Massachusetts B.A. English Scribe 1, 2. 3, 4; Public Production Theater 1, 2, 3, 4; Public Production Speech 1, 2, 3; Scholarship 2. 3. 4; Dean ' s List I; Alpha Psi Omega 3. Trea- surer 2 |OEL M. GOLDMAN Jo-jo Fairlawn, New Jersey B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Phi Alpha Tau, Historian 2, 3, Pledge Master 4: WECB 1; Berkeley Beacon 1. 3. Editor 4; Emer- sonian 3; Basketball 1; Baseball 1, 2. 4, Co-Captain 3; Athletic Association 1; Booster Club 1, Vice- President 2; Most Valuable Player Award in Base- ball 1 JEFFREY DAVID GREENHAWT Jeff Margate, New Jersey B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Alpha Epsilon Rho 3, Vice-President 4; Hillel 1; WECB 1. Program Director 2, Production Director 3; WERS 1, 2, 3, 4; WERS-TV Program Manager 3; WERS English Scholarship 3, 4; Dean’s List 3 GERALD N. GREENSTEIN Jerry Jamestown, New York B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Phi Alpha Tau 2, 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 4, Vice President 3: S.C.A. Treasurer 3; Berkeley Beacon Business Manager 4; Sailing Club 2; Stu- dent Government Treasurer 3; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3, 4: Booster Club 2; Transfer from Jamestown Community College; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities 48 NEIL CHRISTOPHER GRENNAN Neil Concord, Massachusetts B.S. in Speech Business and Industrial Communications Phi Alpha Tau 2, Sargeant at Arms National Council 3, Treasurer National Council 4; Berkeley Beacon 4; Debate 3 IRIS GROMAN Charlie Boonton, New Jersey B.S. in Speech Speech Education Emersonian, Copy Editor 4; S.T.E.A.M. 4; G.A.L. 1; Senior Class Vice-President; Winter Weekend Committee; Commencement Committee; Student Advisor 4; Speech Association of America 3, 4 STEVEN IRA GUGGENHEIM Guggy Leonia, New Jersey B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Hillel 3, 4; WERS 3, 4; WECB 3, 4: Sailing Club 3, 4; International Relations Society 3; WERS-TV 3, 4; Transfer from Butler University BARBARA JEANNE GROSSO Barbara West Hartford, Connecticut B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3, 4; Therapy Citation 4; Transfer Student 49 EVERETT BRIAN HALBREICH Everett Rockville Center, New York B.S. ' in Speech Broadcasting VVERS 3. 4; WECB 2. 3; WERS-TV 2; Sailing Club 2, 3, 4; Transfer from Bethany College IIOI.EY HANSEN I lolly I lolhrook. Massachusetts B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Phi Mu Gamma 3, Chaplain 4; Scholarship 3 50 MADELINE J. HELLER Muddy Spring Valley, New York B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Hillel 2; Psychology Club 3: Sailing Club 2, 3; Dorm Council 2; Transfer from Cortland Uni- versity SUSAN R. HARRIS Happy Scarsdale, New York B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Kappa Gamma Chi 2. Historian 3, Parliamentarian 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; Emersonian 4; Sailing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.L. 1, 2, 3. 4; Booster Club 2; Junior Prom Committee; Winter Weekend Com- mittee; Junior Vaudeville 3 BARBARA D. HERING Barb Cornwall-on-Hudson, New York B.A. Technical Theatre Public Production Theatre 3; Transfer from El- mira College TIMOTHY HOLLINGWORTH Tim Chelmsford, Massachusetts B.A. Speech Public Production Theatre 2; Dorm Council 2 51 HARRIKT ISRAEL Harriet New Haven, Connecticut B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 4, House Manager 3; G.A.L. 2; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3; Junior Vaudeville 3; Student Advisor 4 CARYL NUSSMAN HURWITZ Caryl Brookline, Massachusetts B.S. in Speech Speech Education Phi Mu Gamma 2, 4, Alumni Representative 3; Public Production Theatre 1, 2 i ALBERT JAFFE Al Pittsfield, Massachusetts B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Alpha Pi Theta 2, 3, Inter-Fraternity Council, Representative 4; WERS 1, 2. Program Director 3, 4; WF.CB 1; Berkeley Beacon 4; Dorm Council 1 EMILY KAPLAN Emily New York City, New York B. S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; Dorm Proctor 4; Winter Weekend Committee 3 52 J. TODD KASHDAN Toddles Glen Cove, New York B.S. in Speech Business and Industrial Communication Rho Delta Omega 3, Treasurer 4; Choric Speech 1, 2, 3; International Relations Society 4; Sailing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Social Chairman 1, 2, 3; Public Production Speech 1, 2, 3; Booster Club 2, 3, President 4; Student Advisor 3, 4; Junior Prom Chairman; Winter Weekend Chairman 2; Junior Vaudeville NAN CAROLE KATSIFF Nan White Plains, New York B.S. in Speech Speech Education Psychology Club 1, 2 DIANE KLEIN Dink Floral Park, New York B.S. in Speech Speech Education Sigma Alpha Eta 2; Hillel 1; Emersonian 4; S.T.E.A.M. 3, Treasurer 4; Junior Vaudeville 3 ELIZABETH KATZ Elizabeth Woodmere, New York B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Debate 1 53 BENNA KRONICK Benno West Hartford, Connecticut B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Kappa Gamma Chi 2, it, 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 3,4; G.A.L. 3; Booster Club 3 RICHARD lOSEPH RALLY Rich Brockton, Massachusetts B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; WECB 1, 2, 3, 4; WERS- TV 3. 4; Sailing Club 1; Cross Country 4 r i PAUL R. LEVINE Raul Stamford, Connecticut B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Rho Delta Omega 2, Social Chairman 3, Vice President 4; Hillel 3, 4; WERS-TV 2, 3, Studio Supervisor 4: Berkeley Beacon Editor-in-Chief 3; Wrestling 2, 3, Captain 4; Sailing Club 3, 4; Booster Club 3: President’s Club 3; Junior Prom Chairman; Transfer from West Virginia Wes- leyan; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities NANCY LEVIN Nancy Newark. New Jersey B.S. in Speech Speech Education Hillel 1; Berkeley Beacon 4, Feature Editor 3; Scribe 4; Debate 1, 2, 4. Vice President 3; Forensic Council 1. 2, 3. 4: International Relations Society 2; Scholarship 1, 3, 4; Dean ' s List 2 54 RICHARD C. LEVY Ricardo Scranton, Pennsylvania B.A. Broadcasting Rho Delta Omega 2, Recording Secretary 3. Pledge Master 3, 4. Historian 3, 4: WERS-TV 2. 3, Graph- ics Chief, Studio Supervisor 4; Berkeley Beacon 2, Photographic Editor 3, 4: Scribe, Photographic Editor 2, 3, Emersonian, Photographic Editor 2. 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; International Relations Society 1. 2; Wrestling 1; Sailing Club 2, 3. 4. Racing Crew 1; Dorm Council 1; Athletic Association 1: Booster Club, Sargeant-at-Arms2, Vice President 3,4; Pres- ident’s Club, 4; Junior Prom Chairman; Winter Weekend Chairman 2; Junior Vaudeville 3; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities MICHAEL J. LEVITT Mike Brookline, Massachusetts B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Hillel 1: WERS 2, 3, News Director 4; WECB 1, 2; WERS-TV 2. 3, 4; Sailing Club 4 HOWARD M. LIBERMAN Howard Toledo, Ohio B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Alpha Epsilon Rho 2, President 3, National Presi- dent 4; WERS 1, 2, 3, 4; WERS-TV 1, 2, 3. 4; Gold Key Society 2, 3, 4; Singing Choir 1, 2, 4; Sailing Club 1, 2. 3, 4; President ' s Club 3; Schol- arship 2, 3; Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3, 4; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities RW| r JOAN LORRAINE LONERGAN Summertime Syracuse, New York B.S. in Speech Technical Theatre Transfer from Onondaga Community College 55 JACQUELINE MACDONALD Jackie Malden, Massachusetts B.s. in Speech Speech Therapy and Audiology Phi Mu Gamma 2, 3; Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3; Sing- ing Choir 1, 2, Secretary 3; Public Production Theatre 2; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 2 LINDA LUDZINSK1 Linda Newtonville. New York B.A. in English English RALPH MAFFONGELLI Maffy Upper Monclair, New Jersey B.A. Theatre Arts Phi Alpha Tau 2, Corresponding Secretary 3, 4; Alpha Psi Omega 3, Parliamentarian 4; Gold Key Society 3, Speaker 4; Theater Public Production 2, 3, 4; Hazing Committee 2; Winter Weekend Committee 2; President ' s Club 4; Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3, 4; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities HOWARD GEOFFREY MALLEY Howie Rochester, New York B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Alpha Pi Theta 2, Treasurer 3, Business Manager 4; WERS 4, Operations Director 3; WECB 1, Rec- ord Librarian 2; Emersonian Treasurer 4; Sailing Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Winter Weekend Chairman 2; Junior Prom Chairman 3; Junior Vaudeville 3; Commencement Committee, Co-Chairman 4 56 - LOUIS S. MARINO Loy Somersworth, New Hampshire B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Alpha Epsilon Rho 3, Treasurer 4; Newman Club 2. 3. 4: WECB 2; WERS T V. 2, 3. 4: Dorm Council, Proctor 4; Dean ' s List 2; Scholarship 3, 4; Transfer from St. Anselm’s College MARJORIE MARROW Margie New York City, New York B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; Sailing Club 1; Asso- ciate Aid To Speech Therapy 3, 4; Hazing Com- mittee 2; Winter Weekend Court 2: Junior Prom Queen 3 JANE MELINDA MAUTNER Jane Middletown, New Jersey B.S. in Speech Theatre Arts Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4; Theater Public Produc- tion 2, 3, 4; Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3; Transfer from Syracuse University ' CHERRYE MARTINEAU Chenye Highland Park, Illinois B.A. English Sailing Club 2, 3; Transfer Student 57 JOAN MAYER Joanie Belle Harbor, New York B.S in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiologv Kappa (lamina Chi 2, House Manager 3, Treasurer 4; Sigma Alpha Ela 2, 3. Corresponding Secretary 4; Hillel 1: Associate Aid To Speech Therapy 3, 4 DALLAS W. MAYER Dallas Livingston. New Jersey B.A. English Phi Alpha Tail 2, 3, 4; Berkeley Beacon 1 , 2, 3, 4; Emersonian Literary Editor 1: Singing Choir 1. 4. Librarian 2, 3; Class President 1, 2. 3: Hazing Com- mit tee 2; Winter Weekend Chairman 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Junior Vaudeville Co-Author 3; Scholarship 2. 3. 4: W ' io’s Who in American Col- leges and Universities me WILLIAM MILLER Bill Whippany, New Jersey B.A. Theatre Arts Alpha Pi Theta 2, Recording Secretary 3, 4; Alpha Psi Omega 3, President 4; Theater Public Produc- tion 1. 2, Designer 3, 4: Hazing Committee 2; Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4 NAOMI ME IS EL No Maplewood, New Jersey B.S in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 4, Pan Hellenic Repre- sentative 3; Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; Hillel 1; Berkeley Beacon 2, 3; Sailing Club 1. 2, 3, 4; G.A.L. 2, 3. 4; Senior Class Secretary; Dorm Coun- cil 2: Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3. 4; Booster Club 2; Hazing Mistress 2; Winter Week- end Committee 2; Junior Prom, Publicity Chair- man 3; Junior Vaudeville 3; Who’s Who in Ameri- can Colleges and Universities 58 MICHAEL JOSEPH MOROSES Mike Kearny, New Jersey B.S. in Speech Theatre Aris Newman Club 1, 3, 4; Theater Public Production 1, 2, 3, 4; Scholarship 3 JOANN ELIZABETH MOORE Jo Wilbraham, Massachusetts B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 4; Sailing Club 4; Dorm Council Secretary 4; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 4; Transfer from Marquehe University ROBIN Y. NEDELL Robin Brooklyn, New York B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 3, Treasurer 4; Hillel 1; Sailing Club 1 LINDA R. NICKERSON Linda Springfield, Massachusetts B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4: Berkeley Beacon 3; Dorm Council 3, Proctor 4: Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3, Vice President 4 59 PAUL M. OPERACH Paul Watertown, Massachusetts FLA. History Sinking Choir 4; Transfer from St. Peter ' s College GERTRUDE SUSAN OZER Trudy Worcester, Massachusetts B.S. in Speech Business and Industrial Communications Student Government, Committee Chairman 3. 4: Transfer from American University . 30 ' 4 JOHN M, PATT John Middletown, New York B.A. Broadcasting WERS 4: Transfer from Penn State SANDRA V. PALONEN Sandy Plainfield, Connecticut B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Phi Mu Gamma 2, Corresponding Secretary 3, Treasurer 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 1, 2, 3, Recording Secretary 4; Newman Cluh 1, Secretary 2, 3, 4; Singing Choir 1, 2, 3, Librarian 4; Gold Key Society 3. 4: Dean ' s List 2, 3: Scholarship 2, 3. 4; Who’s Who in Amor iron Colleges and Universities 60 PHILIP JOSEPH RAMUNO Phil Framingham, Massachusetts B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Alpha Epsilon Rho, Alumni Coordinator 3, 4; New man Club 1, 2; WERS 3,4; WECB 1, 2. 3, 4; WERS TV 1, 2, 3, 4 CAROL-ANN BITTERMAN PAULNOCK Carol Waltham, Massachusetts B.S. in Speech Speech Education Hillel 1, 2; Berkeley Beacon 1; S.T.E.A.M. 4; Sail- ing Club 1, 2; G.A.L. 3; Winter Weekend Chairman 2; Junior Prom Committee 3 MARTIN DON RICHMOND Marty Newton, Massachusetts B.S. in Speech Broadcasting WERS-TV 2, 3, 4; Deertrees, Assistant Resident Director 3, 4; Transfer Student from the Univer- sity of New Hampshire ANNE RITCHEY Anne Newton Highlands, Massachusetts B.A. English Scribe 4; Public Production Theatre 3; Scholarship 3, 4; Scribe Literary Award 3; Oral Interpretation Contest, Second Place Winner 3; Transfer Student - 61 I ILL ROMMEL till Oneida, New York B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; Singing Choir 2, 3, 4; Dean ' s List 2; Transfer Student HOWARD | AY ROGUT Howie Somerville, New Jersey 13. A. Theatre Arts and English 1 1 i 1 lei 1; WECB, Drama Critic 1.2; Berkley Beacon 1, Drama Critic 2, 3, 4, Associate Editor 3, Assist- ant Editor 4; S.T.E.A.M. 4; Gold Key Society 3, 4; Sailing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dorm Council 1; Public Production Theatre 1, 2. 3. 4; Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4: Dean ' s List 3; Theatre Arts Technical Assistant 4; Hazing Committee 2; Alpha Psi Omega 3, Vice President 4; Student Library Committee 1, 2; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities t JUDITH GAIL ROSEMAN lady New Rochelle, New York B.S, in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4 CHARLES EDWARD ROSEN Charlie Saco, Maine B.S. in Speech Speech Education Phi Alpha Tan 2, Historian 3, Treasurer 4; S.G.A. Treasurer 4: Hillel 1; S.T.E.A.M. 4; Freshman Class Treasurer 1; Junior Class Treasurer 3; Dorm Council 1; Public Production Theatre 1, 2, 3, 4; Scholarship 4; Dean ' s List 3; Grand Marshall for Commencement 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Winter Weekend Committee 2; Hazing Commit- tee 2; Junior Vaudeville Show 3; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities 02 PATRICIA GORDON ROSEN Patty Scarsdale, New York B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3. 4; Hillel 1; Singing Choir 1, 2, 3; Dorm Council 1, 2; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3 JANET ROSENBLATT Jan Everett, Massachusetts B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3. 4; Hillel 1; Psychology Club 1, 2; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3. 4 i CLAUDIA B. ROSS Claud Mystic, Connecticut B.A. English Berkley Beacon, Advertising and Circulation Manager 3; Sailing Club 4; Dorm Council, Floor Representative and Secretary 1; Junior Prom Committee 3 STEVEN H. ROSENTHAL Steve Bethesda, Maryland B.S. in Speech Theatre Arts Hillel 2; International Relations Society 3; Public Production Theatre 2, 3. 4: Dean ' s List 2: Trans- fer Student . 63 RICHARD ALLEN ROTH Dick Larchmont. New York B.S. in Speech Broadcasting VVERS 3; WECB 1. 3; Sailing Club 1. 2, 3. 4; WERS-TV, Station Manager 4; Transfer Student SANDRA ]OY ROTHSTEIN Sandy New Britain, Connecticut B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Phi Mu Gamma 3. Vice President 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 1, 2. 3, 4; Hillel 1, 2, Vice President 3, 4; Choric Speech 2. 3, 4; Sailing Club 1; Dorm Council. Floor Representative 2, President 3, 4; Booster Club 3; Hazing Committee 2 D. FAITH ROUND Faith Brockton, Massachusetts B.A. English Phi Mu Gamma 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1; Sailing Club 1. 2. 3, 4 64 BARBARA SEGAL RUTBERG Barb Miami, Florida B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Kappa Gamma Chi 2, Treasurer 3, President 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; Berkley Beacon 3; Gold Key Society 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Pan- Hellenic Council, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Sailing Club 1; G.A.L. 2, 3, 4; Junior Class Vice President 3; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3; Junior Prom Co-Chairman 3, Court 3; Winter Week- end Committee 2, Court 2; Hazing Committee 2; Junior Vaudeville 3; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities CAROL A. RUSSO Carol Torrington, Connecticut B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 4; Newman Club 1, 2; Dorm Council 4 I il MARILYN SABINI Sabrena Stamford, Connecticut B.S. in Speech Speech Education Choric Speech 4; Dorm Council, Vice-President 4; Public Production Theatre 4: Transfer Student from River College SNEH SACHDEVA Lata New Delhi, India B.A. Education 65 SUSAN SALTER Smuz Everett, Massachusetts B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Kappa Gamma Chi 3, Pan-Hellenic Representa- tive 4; Emersonian, Faculty Editor 4; Senior Class Social Chairman 4; Junior Prom Chair- man. Court 3; Winter Weekend Chairman, Court 2; Hazing Committee 2; Junior Vaudeville 3 CYNTHIA ELLEN SACHS Cindy Danbury, Connecticut B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3. 4; Hillel 1. Treasurer 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Secretary 4; Berkley Bea- con 2; Winter Weekend Committee 2 ROBERT A. SANDS Robbie Hamilton, Ontario B.A. Broadcasting and History Hillel 1, 2, 3. Treasurer 4; WERS 2, 3, Public Re- lations 4; WECB 1; Debate 1, 4; International Re- lations Society 1, 2, 3, President 4, Advisor to Foreign Students 4, U.N. Trip 4; Development Committee, Secretary 2, President 3; President ' s Club 4 JOHN P. SCARSELLA John Newton, Massachusetts B.S. in Speech Speech Education Newman Club 1, 2; WECB 1, 2; Transfer Student 66 ROBERT WILLIAM SCHEELER Bobber Fair Lawn, New Jersey B.S. in Speech Theatre Arts Design Singing Choir 1, 2; Debate 3; Sailing Club 2; Pub- lic Production Theatre 1, 2, Technical Assistant 3, 4; Scholarship 3, 4 CAREY BETH SCHEINER Carey Oceanside, New York B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, 4; Hillel 1: Sailing Club 1; G.A.L. 3, 4; Dorm Council 2; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Winter Weekend Committee 2; Hazing Committee 2; Theta Queen 1 LYNN SHERKOW Lynnie B.S. Speech Education Milwaukee, Wisconsin Choric Speech 4; Debate 4; Oral Interp. Contest 3; Junior Vaudeville 3; Transfer student from University of Wisconsin BONNIE SCHLANSKY Bonn ie Brooklyn, New York B.S. in Speech Theatre Arts Hillel 1; Choric Speech 1; Sailing Club 1; Fresh- man Orientation Committee 4; Public Production Theatre 1, 2, 3, 4; Scholarship 2, 3, 4; Oral Inter- pretation Contest, First Place Winner 2; Alpha Psi Omega, Historian 3,4 67 CHARLES W. SHIPPEE Chuck Gardner, Massachusetts B.S. in Speech Broadcasting VVERS 3, Pop Music Director, Librarian 4; WECB 3; Choric Speech 3, Treasurer 4; Transfer Student BARBARA SHURE Bobsie New Haven, Connecticut B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Choric Speech 2; Associate Aid to Speech Ther- apy 3, 4 NEAL SISKIN Neal East Meadow, New York B.S. in Speech Business and Industrial Communications Phi Alpha Tau 2, Social Chairman 3, Parliamen- tarian 4, Delegate to Senior Class 4; Hillel 1, 2, 3; WECB 1, 2, 3, 4; Public Production Speech 3; Advanced Oral Interpretation Contest, First Place Winner 3; Booster Club 2, 3; Hazing Committee 2 LIZETTE SIMON Lizette Dayton, Ohio B.S. in Speech Business and Industrial Communications Choric Speech 3; Debate 4 68 KENNETH TRAIN SLATER Ken Wilmington, Massachusetts B.S. in Speech Broadcasting WECB 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3; Sailing Club 2. 3, 4; Booster Club 2, 3; Hockey 3, 4 SHERYL G. SLATE Sheryl Harrisburg, Pennsylvania B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Rho Delta Omega Dream Girl 4; Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3; Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; Hillel 3; Emer- sonian, Executive Secretary 4; Choric Speech 2, 3; S.T.E.A.M. 2; Gold Key Society 2, 3, Vice Speaker 4, Chairman of Student Advisory Program 4; Cheerleaders 2, 3; Sailing Club 2, 3; G.A.L. 3; Dorm Council, Proctor 4; Dean ' s List 2; Booster Club 2, 3; Junior Prom Co-Chairman 3; Winter Weekend, Committee 2; Student Advisor 3; Junior Vaudeville, Co-Chairman 3; Transfer Student from Ohio State University SYLVIA M. SLOMOFF Sylvia Westport, Connecticut B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 4; Dean’s List 2, 3 SALLY SLOVACK Sal Laconia, New Hampshire B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 4; Hillel 1; Dorm Council 3 69 RONNIE VIVIAN SOBEL Ronnie Forest Hills, New York B.S, in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 1, 2. 3, 4; S.G.A. 1; Sailing Club 1 WAYNE C. SMITH Woyne Concord, Massachusetts B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Alpha Epsilon Rho 3, Corresponding Secretary 4; WERS 3. 4: WECB 1. 2; Singing Choir 1; Base- ball 1; Dorm Council 1: Dean ' s List 3 SUSAN SPEKIN Sue Manchester, New Hampshire B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4 70 CORNELIA MAUDE SPELMAN Teedee Plymouth. Massachusetts B.S. in Speech Elementary Education S.T.E.A.M. 4; Public Production Theatre 3; Trans- fer Student MITCHELL A. STACHOWICZ, JR. Mitch Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Alpha Pi Theta, Recording Secretary 1, 2. l.F.C. 3, Social Chairman 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; C horic Speech 2; Sailing Club 1, 2; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy, President 3, 4; President’s Club 4; Transfer Student from American International College; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities SUE ANNE STEINBERG Stein Alexandria, Virginia B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology S.G.A. 4; Hillel 1, 2; Berkley Beacon 3. 4; Choric Speech 3, 4; International Relations Society 1; G.A.L. 2, 3, Vice President 4; Dorm Council, Proc- tor 4; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3 KAREN BLUMENTHAL STANZLER Bloom Brookline, Massachusetts B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Kappa Gamma Chi 2, Social Chairman 3, 4: Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; Hillel 1; Berkley Beacon 1, 2, 3; Emersonian 4; Sailing Club 2; G.A.L. 3; Freshman Class Secretary; Sophomore Class Vice President: Junior Class Secretary; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3, 4; Public Speaking Contest 1; Booster Club 3; Junior Prom Committee, Chair- man; Winter Weekend Committee, Chairman 2; Hazing Committee 1 1 71 DIANA |EAN STEWART Di Reading, Massachusetts B.A. English S.G.A. 1. 2, Vice President 3; International Rela- tions Society 1. Secretary 2, President 3; Gold Key Society 2. Election Committee 3. Orientation Committee 3; Dorm Council 3; President’s Club 3; Dean ' s List 3 ELLEN STRASBERG Ellen Westbury, New York B.S. Theatre Arts Cheerleader 1; Public Production Theatre 1, 2, 3, 4 I ) ERANCINE TACKER Frankie Colorado Springs, Colorado B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology and Theatre Arts Alpha Epsilon Rho 1, 2; Newman Club 1; Debate 1, 2: Dorm Council 1, 4; Public Production Theatre 1, 2, 3, 4; Public Production Speech 1, 2, 3, 4; Asso- ciate Aid to Speech Therapy 3, 4; Social Service Committee 3; Junior Prom Court 3: Winter Week- end Queen; Hazing Committee 2; Junior Vaude- ville 2. 3; Who ' s Who In American Colleges and Universities 72 LESLIE M. TUNICK Tune Woodmere, New York B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Kappa Gamma Chi, Corresponding Secretary 2, Recording Secretary 3, President 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; Emersonian 4; Sailing Club 2, 3, 4; G.A.L. 2, 3; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 4; Booster Club 3; Junior Prom Committee Chairman 3; Winter Weekend Committee 2; Hazing Commit- tee 2; Junior Vaudeville 3 LYNDA J. TELEP Lyn Stratford, Connecticut B.A. Theatre Education WECB 4; Choric Speech 3, 4; Gold Key Society 4; Public Production Theatre 3, 4; Public Production Speech 4; Transfer student from University of Hartford LORETTA TURCO Loretta Buffalo, New York B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Newman Club 1, 2; Choric Speech 3, 4; Sailing Club 1 73 ROBERT D. VOGEL Bob Setauket, New York B.A. Theatre Arts Scribe 2; Public Production Theatre 2, 3, 4; Public Production Speech 3; Hazing Committee 2 LOWELL WAYNE Lowell Queens, New York B.A. History S.G.A. 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, Captain 4; President’s Club 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Transfer Stu- dent from C.C.N.Y. HOLLIS F. WEINBAUM Holly West Hartford. Connecticut B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 1, 2, 3. 4; Hillel 1, 2. 3; Choric Speech 1, 2, 3; Psychology Club 1, 2; Sailing Club 1. 2; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3, 4; Dean ' s List 2, 3; Hazing Committee 2 RUTHANN WEINBERG Hu Forest Hills, New York B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3; Hillel 1, 2, 3; S. I .E. A.M. 1, 2: Sailing Club 1, 2, 3; Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3 HONORE IRIS WEINER Honey Levittown, New York B.S in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Hillel 1; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3; Scholarship 3, 4; Dean ' s List 3 74 GLENDA WISH Wish-bone Forest Hills, New York B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Kappa Gamma Chi 2. 3. 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; Hillel 1: G.A.L. 1, 2, 3; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3. 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Hazing Committee 4 LILLIAN G. WEISBERG Lillian Providence, Rhode Island B.A. English Gold Key Society 4; Dean ' s List 1. 2, 3 ROGER ANDREW WOLF Roger New Cumberland, Pennsylvania B.S. Theatre Arts Public Production Theatre 1, 3 MARILEE WYMAN Marilee Auburndale, Massachusetts B.A. Theatre Education Alpha Psi Omega 3, Secretary 4: Singing Choir 1, 2. 4; Gold Key Society 2, 3. Program Chairman 4: Public Production Theatre 1, 2. 3; Dean ' s List 2, 3; Winter Weekend Committee, Chairman 2; Junior Vaudeville 2, Director 3 HOWARD D. ZWEIG Howie Irondequoit, New York B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Alpha Pi Theta 2, Social Chairman 3, 4; Hillel 1; WERS 3; WECB 1; Sailing Club 1, 2. 3. 4; WERS- TV 1, 2, 3, 4; Scholarship 4; Junior Prom Commit- tee 3; Winter Weekend Committee 2; Hazing Com- mittee 1; Junior Vaudeville 75 Reflections of a Class . . . Hazing ’64 76 Hazing ’65 77 The Hoot 80 81 82 83 84 85 Junior Vaudeville Show t J $ jiiJk w P y y a sjmfi «b ,j.ir :♦ ♦ -, ' , . i • mbk i m . , » ' . . ' , « r. -i -. •» . • • ' - • 1 ' rt , J i o . J : V » » » - - ■ « » . . r fi. -v.v.y 86 87 88 89 Junior Prom 90 92 94 96 Sneak Day 98 99 100 UNDERCLASSMEN Row 1: W. Kloper, D. Mattler, J. Jacobs, M. Bernstein, D. Steinman, R. Rapiti, S. Orford, M. Judkins, T. Greenblatt, M. Rubin, J. Weil. K. Beauchene. Row 2: L. Gayle, G. Patton, A. Cooper, Treasurer: W. Waife, Secretary: M. Jackson, Vice President; J. Boren, Presi- dent: F. Napal, L. Newman. D. Bornstein, M. Block. Row 3: A. Levine, J. Stackhouse, D. Douden, M. Wachtel, B. Berman, C. Brown, E. Malm, C. Cook, J. Cook, P. Morrissey, W. Maher. T. Sutliffe, J. Friedman, L. Geller, S. Smith, G. Caswell, D. Buckley, D. Stanley. Row C: T. Guganig, K. Mackesson. R. Fine, W. White, R. Feindel, B. Barbieri, M. Sidvveber, D. Shaw, G. Ellard, R. Brooksbank, L. Lowtz, D. Sitek, D. Wachs, H. Baker, P. Cleveland, A. Leone. Class of ’69 The Junior Class continued this year its now-established tradition of wide and whole hearted participation in all phases of Emerson College Life: academic, professional and social. Three years ago the Junior Vaudeville Show was established, and on January 6 and 7 the class of 1969 continues the tradition. The show, ' Broadway Turns Vaudeville”, under the direction of William Mahr and Vice President Mooneyene Jackson, was both an exciting and successful production. On May 3 and 4 the class presented the annual Junior Prom. As always, the prom, was the height of Emerson’s social season. Advisor: Mr. Leslie McAllaster 102 r— n— i wiiiiM hwa Row 1: D. deMesquita, M. Messinger, J. Nadge, T. Rudkin, E. Finkel, J. Shevlin, M. Fleck, J. Bleustein, D. Kamin, P. Sullivan. Row 2: E. Flalwig, L, Orabone, S. White, E. Rosen, S. Cohen, P. Salsburg, J. Sigler, L. Schuman, T. Lewis, D. Boyd, G. A. Wolman, G Metzkger, N. Fisher, T. Blumenfeld, C. Welch, M. Greenberg, A. Lebeaux. Row 3: FI. Holmes, R. Levine, M. Alter, B. Korkin, J. Kinney, G. Grossman, W. Pead, S. Feldman, M. Werboff, A. Saxton, C. Glassman, R. Lavdie, B. Kelman, R. Fisher. Class of ’70 After much preparation, the Sophomore Class started the year off with Hazing, ’67. A new hazing concept was instituted this year giving the program a constructive emphasis, designed for the betterment of the Back Bay. As time went on, so did the preparations for Winter Weekend. Under the chairmanship of Burt Kelman the three day affair was organized and executed in fine style. On Friday night a concert was held in New England Life Hall, followed by a fashion show on Saturday afternoon, and a dance Saturday evening in the Georgian Room of the Statler Hilton Hotel. These major Sophomore events were complemented by substantial class participation in other activities. 104 Row 1: D. Clark, S. Dworkin, C. Meoli, V. Rabinowe, M. Romano, Secretary; S. Aron- witz, Vice President; G. Aid, President; B. Piper, Treasurer; M. Gross, J. Miller, C . Kun. Row 2: B. Strayker, E. Matthews, J. Biller, A. Amenta, M. B. Richard, M. Auerbach, R. Wexler, D. Fiegel, P. Ershler, M. Connor, N. Blank, D. Archer, J. Cover, S. Gulesserian, J. Miller, A. Parker, C. Kent, G. Resse. Row 3: M. Sullivan, J. Simpson, R. Fort, }. Martin, B. Behan, A. Goodwin, S. Ramler, G. Crowley, L. Nuary, R. Carroll, W. Rankin, I. Goldstone, F. Schultz. Class of ’71 Row 1: H. Fanton, D. Brookins, S. Gottesman, M. Traber, D. Kaufman, A. Jacobs, A. Silverman. Row 2: H. Rosenfeld, I. Yedwall, L. Slavetsky, A. Uslan, J. Golden, L. Hendel, M. Weill, S. Billion, R. Wilholz. Row 3: E. Krenzis, K. Kartin, D. Woolfson, C. Bertsch, R. Young, R. Houle, V. Dear, P. Pearsall. Row 4: S. Ginsberg, E. Fox, C. Graham, A. Armstrong, M. Herwood, A. Zaremba, G. Glaser, D. Disbrow, M. Halpern, B. Lipton, K. Loiterstein, F. Miller, R. Kimble, M. Zotzman. J 105 Row 1: B Peak, B. Haberman, P. Demers, K. Holtuedt, P. Singer, S. Scialo, L. Weide- mann. L. YVeisberg, G. Carraher, B. Meldugh. Row 2: M. Schmerin, R. Safire, R. Brook, D. Ludwig, C. Stillwell, J. Gureuich, D. Humphrey, P. Botacchi, R. Berger, L. Kam, K. Mulley, N. Nelson, N. Fleagle, S. Booth. Row 3: P. Scrven, B. Baker, A. Shaio, C. Zukroff, J. Chafitz, G. Barowsky, P. Parisi, D. Welch, J. Beaver, J. Lonlee, B. Minchello, J. Caputa, K. Hoag. In September the class of 1971 appeared at Emerson College. With new hopes and aspirations it began its four year term. This Freshman class has proven itself in various ways but feels its major success has been its demonstration of strong class unity. The goals of this class have been aimed towards keeping the standards of Emerson high by providing many services for the College. The class has been involved in many of the Emerson activities and in the Spring had a fantastic Freshman Showcase! 106 ACTIVITIES Row 1: L. Tunick, H. Malley, C. Roston, E. Frankel, Recording Secretary; M. Stacho- wicz, President; L. Nickerson, Vice President; P. Elias, Corressponding Secretary; K. B. Stanzler, H. Israel. Row 2: C. Welch, ]. Stierwalt, R. Adler, J. Stackhouse, J. Rosenblatt, R. Sobel, S. Steinberg, B. Segal, S. Salter, W. Waife, M. Rubin, R. Woehr, J. Blaustein, E Finkel. Row 3: S. Harris, B. Kronick, C. Scheiner, B. Gimpel, M. Cohn, J. Moore, W. Kloper, A. Cooper, L. Newman, G. Greenstein, S. Harris, N. Meisel, G. Wish, }. Goldfine. Associate Aid To Speech Therapy Associate Aid to Speech Therapy, now two years old, is open for membership to all students of Emerson College. The organization is a direct offspring of Aid To Speech Therapy, which was organized in 1952 . AAST has two primary functions: First, members of this organization give voluntary service to meet the needs of the Robbins Speech and Hearing Center (gifts are presented to the Center whenever possible). Second, an associate group exists to stimulate interest and to involve students in its activities so they will be future members of the senior organization after graduation. Advisor: Mrs. N. Jacobson 1 OB Row 1: B. Feeney, T. Bauer, M. Block, M. Messinger. Row 2: G. Greenstein, }. Goldman, Editor-in-Chief; H. Rogut, Associate Editor; R. Levy, Row 3: T. Friedman, F. Napal, P. Jampolsky, R. Brooksbank, G. Alterman, A. Jaffe. Berkeley Beacon Founded in 1948, by and for the students of Emerson College, the Berkeley Beacon has, through the years, served the changing needs of a growing college. But one element remains constant: A desire to serve and inform the college family. The Berkeley Beacon, Emerson College’s bi- weekly publication, registered significant advances in the 1967-68 year. Under the guidance of advisors Walter Littlefield and Robert Gatti, the B.B. maintained its initial objective throughout the scholastic year; to keep the student informed on all news relating to College life. Advisor: Mr. Robert Gatti 109 Row: T. Bauer, Treasurer; R. Levy, Vice President; T. Sutliffe, Secretary. Row 2: N. Blank. F. Schultz, W. Kloper, J. McDuell. Booster Club " Having a desire to promote Emerson College through the field of athletics, we hereby establish the Emerson College Booster Club,” with the obvious purpose of creating a greater awareness of athletics among the students. A few years ago a Booster Board was instituted for the purpose of informing the student body of the upcoming games, their locations, and the time of departure for the fan buses. In addition, the Booster Club had posters made up and placed around the classroom buildings to further remind the students of the games. In a rapidly growing college, the Booster Club is also rapidly growing, and is seeking to keep the athletic program advancing at an equal pace with the rest of the school. 110 Row 1: S. Cohen, M. Judkins Secretary, R. Houle. Row 2: Dr. Zacharis, Director; F. Napal, President; J. Boren, Treasurer; Mr. Marderosian Coach. Row 3: D. Kimball, B. Peak, B. Dean. Forensic Council The Forensic society has proven to be the most successful organization at Emerson College. Among its many achievements is the fact that it was selected as one of the five best debating teams in the country and therefore represented Emerson at “Expo ’67.’’ The forensic society would like to express sincere gratitude to Mr. Haigder Marderosian and Dr. John Zacharis, our advisors; and Frank Napal and Joe Boren for their capable leadership. Ill Row 1: S. Palonen, B. Segal, Secretary-Treasurer; R. Maffongeli, Speaker; S. Slate, Vice Speaker: K. Mackesson. Row 2: }. Jacobs, H. Liberman, N. Faulkner, H. Rogut, L. Frankel. Gold Key Society The Gold Key Society is the Honor Society of Emerson, founded for the purp ose of rendering service to the College. Students are honored with membership if they have shown a sincere interest in the school through extracurricular activities, while at the same time maintaining a high academic average. Such students must, however, display an interest in continuing their work for the College by assisting at various formal College functions. This past year Key began actively participating in the College life by assisting the Student Government Association in orienting the Freshmen to Emerson. Another traditional event, Parent ' s Weekend, also involved the Society. Commencement and Alumni Weekend supply Gold Key with many opportunities to serve Emerson. Under the guidance of Mr. Kenneth Clingman, the Faculty advisor, the Cold Key Society has attempted to foster, on behalf of the Student Body, a pride in Emerson College and it’s long and Sponsor: S. J. McKinley cherished traditions. 112 ' Row 1: D. Fiegel. Row 2: C. Roston, S. Rothstein, Vice President; S. Birnbaum, President; J. Friedman. Row 3: T. Berlad, D. Arbetman, R. Sands, Treasurer; A. Levine. Hillel Society The B’nai Brith Hillel Society at Emerson is unlike most Hillel groups. Our Hillel is a counselorship rather than a foundation, thus allowing it to function under the auspices of a larger Hillel group as its advisor. We are a counselorship of the Hillel Foundation at Boston University. This entitles us to use of their facilities, including the Hillel House, and an open invitation to all of their activities. However, this still allows us to function as a separate group from that the Boston University Hillel. Hillel’s aims and objectives are symbolized by its very name which links the movement with the gentle sage of the first century. B.C.E. Hillel was one of the greatest teachers and scholars of Jewish history, whose love of Jewish learning marks him as the ideal symbol of the Jewish spirit of all ages. Inter-Faith Council Upon the formation of the three religious organizations at Emerson — Hillel, Newman Club and the Student Christian Association — the Inter-Faith Council was established. The reason for creating this council was to bring about better inter-faith relations between these groups. “To live as individuals — yet in a harmonious atmosphere each as an integral part of the “Emerson Family!” The Inter-Faith Council co- ordinates all activities between the religious organizations and tries to solve any problems or question which might arise. This year, it is the President of Hillel, Sharon Birnbaum, who holds the office of Secretary-Treasurer of the Council. Mikki Judkins, the President of the Newman Club, holds the office of Vice-President and Jack Arslanian, President of the Student Christian Association, is also President of the Inter- Faith Council. M. Judkins, Vice President; J. Arslanian, President; S. Birnbaum, Secretary-Treasurer. 114 ]. Shevlin, B. Warren, T. Kashdan, R. Sands, President. International Relations Society The International Relations Society of Emerson College underwent a total reorganization this year. The Executive, headed by President Rob Sands, aimed at “Total Involvement” by Emerson student body. This was accomplished by forming five committees. Gold Key Advisors served as the Foreign Student Services to the Thirty-one Foreign Students at the College; the Distinguished Speaker Series brought to Emerson the Roumanian Ambassador, a British Member of Parliament, the Deputy Mayor of Jerusalem, and ABC News Caster, Peter Jennings; the Coffee Hour Series featured members of the Emerson faculty discussing with the students various aspects of international affairs. The Foreign Film Festival and Extra-Collegiate Events complete the list. Each year Emerson participates in the United Nations Model Assembly and is considered in the top ten of the colleges and Universities that attend. This year we represented Roumania and were fortunate to have His Excellency, Corneliu Bogdan in attendance at the opening session. 115 Row 1: R. Houle. Row 2: D. Foley, Sister Purvis, Advisor; M. Judkins, President; C. Chavanne, Secretary. Row 3: P. Morrissey, P. Sullivan, C. Munster, T. Guganig, K. McDonald. Newman Club The goal of Newman Apostolate is to keep the Roman Catholic students in colleges and universities throughout the United States active and interested in their religion — active not only on Sundays, and interested not only in preaching, but in living the Word of God. Newman at Emerson, in accord with the modern trend of living, has changed its monthly meetings to bi-monthly “love-ins”. Christian love, as the vital part of every activity in which we partake, has been the core of the discussions. Folk masses in the Emerson Student Union, a food drive for the needy and a retreat at Falmouth have all combined to make this a worthwhile and satisfying year for Newman members. 116 Row 1: G. Patton, S. Slate, S. Guggenheim, M. Messenger, Vice Commodore; Mr. C. Phillips, Advisor; S. Glick, Commodore; L. Lintz, Treasurer; L. Nyare, M. Sullivan, D. Fiegel. Row 2: P. Stanley, S. White, S. Booth, K. Stanzler, B. Berman, N. Meisel, S. Trabucco, J. Keefer, S. Harris, I. Groman, L. Tunick, }. Cook, J. Goldfine, C. Ross, C. Eckhardt, ). McDuell. Row 3: B. Korkin, }. Martin, W. Kloper, B. Behan, H. Liberman, H. Zweig, R. Brooksbanl, J. Greenhawt, E. Mamm, G. Grossman, A. Levine, C. Cook, H. Malley, E. Baron. Sailing Club The Emerson College Sailing Club has proved to be one of the most popular student organizations at Emerson. Its purpose is the promotion and encouragement of recreational, as well as competitive sailing. Sailing, racing and instruction are all available to members. Sailing, as well as racing, flourishes throughout the fall and spring and, as of last year, our club is a member in good standing of the New England Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association. A Boston Whaler, two Newport fiberglass Finns and several Checkmate sloops comprise the club’s fleet. 117 Row 1: C. Callahan, M. Judkins, D. Christenson, Editor-in-Chief; H. Rogut, Associate Editor Row 2: E. Makris. D. Mayr, A. ten Brink. Scribe Scribe, the Emerson College literary magazine was introduced in December, 1953. Originated by Bob Corey under the supervision of Mr. Horace Reynolds, its aim was “to present on a selling basis to the student body, faculty, and friends, a well-balanced cross section of articles, stories, poems, short-shorts, and sketches” with “warmth, knowledge, passion, humor, sad reflection, pride, and pity ... all embracing one another in a mutual understanding and common aim: CREATIVENESS.” Advisor: Dr. Randall 118 Row 1: E. Overland. S. Palonen, Librarian; M. Simson, Vice President; Mr. R. Pettitt, Choir Director; N. Faulkner, President; J. Jacobs, Treasurer; K. Graham, Librarian; P. Mitchell. Row 2: L. Orabone, S. Lord, S. Orford, A. Berliner. K. Holtvedt, G. Murdock, B. Ecarey, S. Tracucco, S. DeMelle, G. Glaser, A. Brown, E. Thierry, P. Hirsch, H. Gibson, D. Douden, J. McDuell. Row 3; J. Underwood, N. Linden, D. Mayr, E. Marris, H. Liberman, W. White, A. Cameron, S. Loring, M. Block, W. Kloper, J. Byer, S. Libin, P. Kreppel. Singing Chorus The Emerson College Chorus is one of the many successful organizations of the College devoted to the Fine Arts. It has remained for many years a true representation of the spirit and love which has become a major part of Emerson College. Under the excellent direction of Mr. Robert Pettitt, the chorus brought us another fine musical season performing at such functions as the Inauguration of President Chapin, the traditional Convocations, the monthly Chapels, Founder’s Day, and the annual Christmas and Spring Concerts. 119 Row 1: M. Sabini, C. Shippee, Treasurer; A. Gerrity, Director; S. Steinberg, Secretary; L. Telep Row 2: M. Rubin, J. Underwood, M. Glaser, J. Stierwalt, E. Turco, S. Cohen. Speech Choir The Emerson College Speech Choir under the direction of Miss Arlyne Garrity functions as both a professional group and as a school organization. Its engagements have included: the American Alumni Council, Gordon College, the Prudential Christmas Concert Series, the Rotary Club (Cohasset), Hull High School, Swampscott High School, and the Reading Couple’s Club, as well as several others for schools and organizations in the Boston area. At the college proper, the Speech Choir has played an integral part in Christmas and Spring Convocations, Founder ' s Day Weekend and other activities. 120 Row 1: S. Bendix, S. Cohen, Secretary; J. Stierwalt, Membership Secretary; H. Lifshotz. Row 2: C. Rosen, I. Groman, J. Feigenbaum, W. Kloper. S. T. E. A.M. The Student Teachers Association of Massachusetts is an allocated organization whose purpose is to guide all those students who are student teachers or plan to be sometime in the future. We would like to give special thanks to Wynn Allen, our president and Mr. Walter Littlefield, our advisor, who have worked diligently to make this year very successful. 121 President: Wynn Allen Row 1: S. Palonen. Secretary; }. Arslanian, President. Row 2: G. Pomeroy, Vice President; T. Bauer, Treasurer. Student Christian Association The purpose of Student Christian Association is to interest Protestant students in their faith, to have them worship and work together in an attempt to learn more completely the meaning of Christianity and to share together the task of strengthening brotherhood in this Association and in the world. 122 Row 1: C. Roston, Vice President; J. Jacobs, Secretary; S. Baltin, President. Row 2: C. Rosen, Treasurer; J. Boren. Student Government Association The Student Government Association of Emerson College is the most vital student organization on campus. Its purpose is to serve the student body as the liaison with the Faculty and Administration. The Student Government Association plans and oversees Orientation with The Gold Key Society, allocates student organizations, and sets up the student activities calendar. [ 1967-1968 was a very active year for the Student Government Association. Our Constitution was totally revised to provide Emerson with a new form of Student I Government; Two Coffee Hour series were initiated: one was sponsered jointly by Mr. Chapin and SGA to increase interaction between the students and their college president, and the other was a student faculty Coffee Hour to promote student-faculty relations. 123 I Row 1: W. Waife, S. Harris, Secretary; H. Lifshotz, President; L. Telep. Row 2; S. Cohen, C. Welch, C. Ross, T. Hanson. Social Service Social Service Committee is Emerson College’s volunteer tutoring organization. Its members contribute one afternoon a week of their time to helping underprivileged children in local areas. The children know that people care about them and this alone encourages them in their studies. Usually, extra attention is all these students need to bring their grades up to par, and the Emerson Social Service Committee volunteers gladly to supply this attention. Social Service Committee’s function is to help those that need us. In doing so, we help ourselves, learning about people and problems and gaining satisfaction that could never be achieved in the classroom. 124 Row 1: M. Sullivan, S. Gottesman, R. Fort, R. Rapiti, }. Chafitz, }. Conlee, D. Alexander, J. Bauer, M. Connor. Row 2: S. White, L. Roach, Chief Engineer; D. deMesquita, Sales Manager; M. Messinger, Director of Public Affairs; A. Saxton, Program Director; T. Bauer, Station Manager; G. Grossman, News Director; B. Korrin, Music Director; J. Sigler, Traffic Manager; Mr. C. Phillips, Advisor. Row 3: R. Deamer, E. Rosen, A. Levine, M. Herwood, J. Simpson, B. Feeney, D. Woolfson, J. Keefer, S. Aronowitz, B. Hillman, S. Baltin, I. Goldstone, }. Ginsberg, S. Feldman. Row 4: M. Werboff, D. Arvid- son, D. Kaufman, F. Weissman, D. Welsh, B. Newhart, B. Keid, R. Brooksbank, D. Wachs, R. Carroll, D. Brookins, C. Glassman. WECB f The past year saw the all new WECB radio amidst a world of changes. The daily voice of Emerson College introduced the new “6 40 Survey” with the top 46 sounds for the Back Bay. In October the revised program schedule employing only Rock and news was introduced by station manager Tom Bauer and program director A1 Saxton. 125 Row 1: B. Feeney, R. Silverman, J. Arslanian, R. Rapiti, T. Bauer, T. Greenblatt, J. Conlee. Row 2: H. Malley, D. deMedquita, B. Hillman, K. Mellgren, L. Karp, E. Resni- koff, H. Liberman. A. Jaffe, P. Crawford, D. T. Kamin. Row 3: R. Houle, E. Rosen, J. Sigler. C. Shippee. C Brown, A. Goodwin, S. Deutsch, L. Roach, J. Keefer, D. Arvidson, G. Grossman. B. Korkin, K. Hoag, A. Leone, M. Messinger. Row 4: S. Baltin, C. Zukroff, B Piper, E. Malm, B. Jaranian. R. Sands, E. Ellerd, W. Smith, W. Pead, D. Wachs, C. Lundqist, A. Jacobs. WERS-FM WP1RS is an entirely student operated FM radio station of 18,000 watts, on a frequency of 88.9 megacycles. Non-commercial in its programming, the station serves the greater Boston area. Under Program Director Ken Mellgren, the basic WERS music policy has continued, with popular musir; in the afternoons and the classics in the evening. Professor Gerald W. Kroeger, faculty advisor to WERS Radio, is the- one person most responsible for the success of the station over the last few years. The management and staff of WERS are grateful for his help and guidance during the last year. 126 Row 1: J. Chafatz, M. Connor, A. Saxton, T. Bauer, R. Rapiti, M. Messinger, T. Schultz, E. Matthews, I. Goldstone, P. Archer, J. Simpson. Row 2: J. Martin, F. Weissman, R. Hillman, L. Nyary, C. Ceragno, chief engineer; P. Beck, co-station manager; D. Roth, co- station manager; B. Piper, P. Crawford, D. Kamin, M. Romano. Row 3; M. Sullivan, J. Chafitz, D. Fiegel, W. Rankin, B. Fanton, R. Carrol, B. Behan, S. Rambler, S. Deutsch, G. Grossman, J. Glassman, R. Fort, D. Ludwig, }. Cook, C. Cook. Row 4; P. Palisi, R. Fine, D. Wachs, G. Crowley, J. Keefer, B. Reid, H. Zweig, S. Glick, L. Marino, R. Lally, T. Guganig, R. Levy, M. Sidweber. WERS-TV WERS-TV continued its role as a dynamic laboratory for Emerson students seeking to realize the professionalism that the broadcasting industry requires. This year, the closed circuit station acquired several new facilities that aided the students in their work. A totally new complement of scenery was built, including flats, window units, and door units, giving program sets a professional look. The tele-cine facilities were supplemented with a second Bell and Howell broadcast film projector and several additional monitors, increasing the flexibility of the station’s operation. WERS-TV is dynamic. As quickly as the mind conceives a new idea, Emerson College television expands to accommodate it. At WERS-TV, progress is our most important product. 127 Row 1: I Alpert, N. Faulkner, C. Rosen, T. Bauer, R. Maffongelli, S. Palonen. Row 2: M. Stackowicz. F. Tacker, N Meisel, E. Frankel, R. Adler, B. Segal. Row 3: D. Mayre, H. Rogut, H. Liberman, P. Levine, R. Levy, S. Click, G. Greenstein, L. Wayne, S. Baltin. Who’s Who The students selected for Who’s Who are nominated from approximately 800 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. The organization awards each member a certificate of recognition, presented on the campus either at graduation or earlier in the year. 128 FRATERNITY AND SORORITY A. Jaffe. J. T. Kashdan, P. Levine, Vice President; F. Napal, President; T. Bauer, Secre- tary-Treasurer; S. Baltin. Inter-Fraternity Council The Inter-Fraternity Council has the responsibility of providing for good communication between the fraternities on campus. The organization was created to promote better relationships among the fraternities, Alpha Pi Theta, Phi Alpha Tau and Rho Delta Omega. The Council consists of the president and a representative of each of the three fraternities. This year I.F.C. has sponsored inter-fraternity football, bowling, basketball and baseball events. As one of its main functions, I.F.C. coordinates pledge periods, eligibility requirements for pledging and maintenance of academic standards during pledging. During the 1967-68 academic year, I.F.C. sponsored inter-fraternity parties and other social events, with the intention of bringing the brothers of each fraternity into a better understanding and a closer relationship with their fellow fraternity men. 130 S. Salter, N. Faulkner, President; M. Rubin, Vice President; B. Segal, Secretary-Treasurer; M. Judkins. Pan-Hellenic Council The purpose of the Pan-Hellenic Association of Emerson College is to serve the best interests of the College and the sororities at all times. The president from each sorority serves as an officer of the Association, in annual rotation. These officers, with a Pan-Hellenic and a rush representative from each sorority, serve as the Executive Council. At the beginning of every fall and spring semester, sorority rushing takes place. The Executive Board serves as the Clearing House which coordinates the rules for rushing. At first, a sign-up meeting takes place. Following this is the Pan-Hellenic Tea, where prospective pledges have the opportunity to meet the members of all three sororities. Then, for the next two weeks, each sorority holds two or three rush functions. At the end of the rush periods, pledging begins. Each sorority determines the length of its pledge period, and the activities that take place. Pan-Hellenic feels that the choice a woman eligible for sorority makes can be one of her most important at Emerson. 131 Row 1: R. Wilder, H. Malley, Business Manager; B. Feeney, Vice President; F. Napal, President; B. Miller, Recording Secretary; J. Belliveau, Treasurer. Row 2: M. Stacho- wicz, }. Shevlin, H. Holmes, S. Harris, Theta Queen; M. Block, J. Boren, J. Stierwalt. Row 3: L. Newman, D. Bornstein, B. Gilson, T. Yurgaitis, H. Zweig, A. Cooper, A. Jaffe, N. Kelman. Alpha Pi Theta Alpha Pi Theta serves the dual purpose of being a fraternal organization for both brotherhood and social involvement. Founded in 1946, Theta has consistently produced a wholesome brotherhood and social atmosphere among outstanding Emerson students. It was with such an atmosphere in mind that the founding fathers planned a fraternal organization that would give Emerson males a chance to intensify their studies within a social framework. Alpha Pi Theta draws its brothers from a diversified background. Each brother rates potential prominence in his chosen profession and brings honor to it as well as to himself. Many brothers are graduating this year, but they will remain with us in spirit. They are Brian Feene, Bud Gilson, Al Jaffe, Howie Malley, Bill Miller, Mitch Staohowicz and Howie Zweig. We are surf; they will always keep fond memories of Alpha Pi Theta as well as a “Go Green” on the tip of their tongues. 132 Row 1: S. Salter, Pan Hellenic Representative; E. Frankel, Corresponding Secretary; M. Cohn, Recording Secretary; B. Segal, President; L. Tunick, Vice President; S. Harris, Parliamentarian: R. Adler, Social Chairman; S. Herzberg, Pledge Mistress. Row 2: S. Cohen, G. A. Wolman, N. Fisher, T. Blumenfeld, P. Feldman, H. Israel, M. Greenberg, T. Lewis, C. Welch, H. Horowitz, W. Waife, D. Moser, L. Fineberg. Row 3: L. Yulinsky, C. Roston, B. Kronick, G. Metzker, A. Berliner, G. Wish, J. Goldfine, C. Stamler, N. Meisel, C. Scheiner, K. Stanzler, D. Boyd, L. Kozinn, B. Cypen. Kappa Gamma Chi The primary aim of Kappa Gamma Chi is the development of womanhood, based on love, loyalty, trust, and harmony. Since any building process must have a strong foundation, Kappa is quite fortunate. It was founded in 1902 from a bond between two women and has since grown to a sisterhood of thirty-nine. One of the major reasons for the sorority’s perpetuation is the fact that the sisters have always had a house. The idea of independent living, shared with sisters, has proved to be a worthwhile and enjoyable experience for all. The entire sorority now lives at the KAPPA HOUSE at 190 Beacon Street, a place of friendship and warmth, always open to visitors. 134 135 Row 1: L Riendeau, D. deMesquita, R. Rapiti, T. Greenblatt, S. Guggenheim. Row 2: T. Phillips, A. Levine, P. Amato, C. Rosen, Treasurer; J. Arslanian, Vice President; T. Bauer, President; R. Maffongelli. Corresponding Secretary; L. Lentz, Recording Secre- tary: T. Tennant, J. Goldman. Dr. Garrard. Row 3: M. Goldman, T. Smith, R. Pettitt, E. Schriver. D Arbetman, P. Cleveland, W. Maher, A. Leone, A. D. Sapir, D. Devoucoux, S. Baltin. D. Mayr, H. Comstock, H. Nickerson, D. Arvidson. Row 4: f. Byer, M. Messinger, M. Pevzner, T. Sutliffe. P. R. Beck, R. Brooksbank, N. Siskin, M. Werboff, R. Shapiro, A. Saxton. G. Greenstein, S. Smoller. Phi Alpha Tau Phi Alpha Tau is a national professional communicative arts fraternity founded at Emerson in 1902. In keeping with its main goals, Tau sponsors many events that serve not only Emerson, but the entire local community. Our pledges collect a substantial amount of money for the United Fund. Early in the year Tau sponsored " Showcase 71 " which was soon followed in November by the annual Tau Press Conference. The Alpha Chapter of Phi Alpha Tau will continue to pursue its goals of fostering brotherhood and promoting the ideals of Emerson College. 136 Row 1: S Palonen. Treasurer; J. Jacobs, Corresponding Secretary; N. Faulkner, Presi- dent; S. Rothstein. Vice President: M. Fleck, Recording Secretary; B. Gimpel, Pledge Mistress. Row 2: M. Cohen, J. MacDonald, D. Brooks, C. Eckhardt, P. Stanley. Phi Mu Gamma Phi Mu Gamma is a national fine arts sorority, whose aim is “the intelligent advancement of the fine arts.” The Alpha chapter was founded at Emerson College in 1921. Phi Mu had a busy year with such diverse activities as: the annual fine arts exhibit, the Phi Mu Gamma beer raffle, the faculty talent show, and the presentation of the Phi Mu Gamma Fine Arts Award. The year ended with a final sorority part to which everyone came to reminisce about events of the past year. 138 Row 1: T. Kashdan, Treasurer; M. Sidweber, Secretary; S. Slate, Dream Girl; P. Levine, President; W. Allen, President Valet; R. Levy. Row 2: R. Levine, G. Woods, G. Pomeroy, P. Steiner, R. Feindel, C. Ally, D. Leonard. Rho Delta Omega Rho Delta Omega, a local social fraternity, was founded in 1948 by a group of World War II veterans. As its designation implies, Rho Delt is a social fraternity and highlights the academic year with the now famous ‘Dream Girl Ball’. Sheryl Slate was ceremoniously crowned the ninth Dream Girl in November at the Hotel Lenox. The event itself has been held for 18 consecutive years. Today, the fraternity still embodies the ideals and goals of those farsighted patriots; that is, to help mankind by extending the concept of brotherhood. 140 141 Row 1: P. Morissey, Corresponding Secretary; M. Judkins, Treasurer-Pan Hellenic Rep- resentative: M. Rubin, President. Row 2: A. Choate, Recording Secretary; D. Douden, Vice President, Vice President-Social Chairman; M. Sabini. Zeta Phi Eta Zeta Phi Eta at Emerson has the unique distinction of being the Alpha chapter of the oldest national professional sorority for women in the fields of the speech arts and speech sciences. Established at the college in 1908, it has successfully continued its tradition of service to Emerson and dedication to the speech fields. The enthusiasm of its sisters throughout the country has resulted in twenty-eight active and twenty-three alumni chapters. 142 143 Row 1: L. Morino, Treasurer; J. Greenhaw ' t, Vice President; Professor H. L. Holcomb, Advisor: H. Liberman, President; W. Smith, Corresponding Secretary; L. Kyed, Record- ing Secretary. Row 2: T. Cormier, S. Glick, G. Ellard, L. Karp, T. Phillips. Alpha Epsilon Rho Alpha Epsilon Rho is the national honorary broadcasting fraternity, with chapters in thirty-five colleges and universities that offer majors in broadcasting. The letters A, E, and R, stand for Always Plxcellent Radio- television. The organization fosters professionalism and leadership in the broadcasting areas, emphasizing superior scholarship and creative participation. In this way Alpha Epsilon Rho helps to prepare its members for future roles as responsible broadcasters. 144 Alpha Psi Omega, the national honorary dramatic fraternity, is the largest national college organization in any departmental field. Founded in 1925, it is now composed of 380 chapters with a total of 50,000 members. Its main objective is to give students adequate recognition for outstanding participation in theatre activities. Since participation in productions becomes more and more time consuming each year, Emerson’s Theatre Department decided that those students who find time not only to participate in productions, but also to maintain a high academic average should be honored. Alpha Psi Omega Row 1: K. DeHetre, Alumnae Secretary; C. Rendle, Treasurer; B. Muter, President; H. Rogut, Vice President; M. Wyman, Secretary; R. Maffongelli, Parliamentarian. Row 2: L. Riendeau, Advisor; H. Alter, E. Hall, A. Ritchey, T. Fucci, E. Strasberg, D. Leonard. Row 3: R. Scheeler, H. Baker, M. Mordses, S. Rosenthal, E. Steiner, D. Green. 145 Row 1: G. Wish, R. Adler, J. Weil, W. Waife, C. Roston, B. Segal, M. Rubin, J. Rosenblatt. R. Sobel, S. Slovack. Row 2: C. Russo, S. Harris, S. Rothstein, R. Nedell, Treasurer: S. Palonen. Recording Secretary: I. Alpert, President; M. Judkins, Vice Presi- dent: P. Elias, L. Nickerson, J. Moore, M. Jackson. Row 3: M. Cohen, E. Finkel, J. Blauston, T. Berlad, J. Jacobs, D. Matler, H. Airold, I. Gluzman, K. Stanzler, B. Kronick, S Slate. L. Bartman, H. Weinbaum, T. Rudkin, J. Stackhouse. Row 4: B. Gimpel, J. MacDonald, E. Frankel, M. Cohn, B. Sullivan, R. MacKesson, G. Greenstein, M. Stacho- wicz, L. Tunick, N. Meisel, J. Goldfine, C. Scheiner. Sigma Alpha Eta Sigma Alpha Eta is a professional organization devoted to furthering the interests and knowledge of persons in the field of speech and hearing pathology. It is a national organization, composed of more than 100 chapters, working in close conjunction with the American Speech and Hearing Association. The organization is open to anyone interested in speech and hearing. This year activities have included several dinner meetings as well as a program of Sigma Seminar in which outstanding speakers in the field of speech and hearing spoke to the student body. 140 SPORTS T. Lewis. Douden, Co-Capt., G. Patton, G. Wolman, T. Sherman, Co-Capt., M. Weill, W. Lipton. P. Ershler. f. McDuell. Cheerleaders L. Carlson, R. SaFire, N. Blank. 148 The Girls’ Athletic League, after eight successful years, has finally realized its main goal: to bring to the female students at Emerson a diversified physical education program. There was a time change in the G.A.L. program this past year, making it more convenient for the students to put G.A.L. in their program. In the past, G.A.L. had met two nights a week, but in the second semester G.A.L. had a place in the daytime class schedule. The policy of accrediting the Girls’ Athletic League continued this year. Incoming freshmen and all other Emerson women who need their physical education credit were able to take G.A.L. in place of the regular physical fitness program. G.A.L. Row 1: I. Groman, S. Salter, R. Kalikow, Treasurer; M. Jackson, Secretary; C. Roston, President; S. Steinberg, Vice President; R. Adler, W. Waife. Row 2: G. Wish, B. Rutberg, G. A. Wolman, H. Israel, D. Boyd, M. Greenberg, N. Fisher, T. Lewis, H. Horowitz, A. Berliner. Row 3: C. Scheiner, J. Goldfine, E. Frankel, S. Zweig, G. Patton, C. Stamler, L. Tunick, N. Meisel, J, Feigenbaum, K. Stanzler, S. Cohen. 149 Row 1: Captain Paul Levine, M. O ' Connor, D. Leonard, G. Woods, R. Levine, D. Archer, R Roalson, Row 2: Coach Peckham, C. O ' Callahan, K. Kowalski, T. Sutliffe, D. Tucker, P. Gaines, B. Pfifer, L. Nyary. Wrestling In 1964, Mr. fames Peckham took over coaching responsibilities and has since gained the respect of his charges both on and off the mat. Emerson, being a member of the New England Intercollegiate Wrestling Association (N.E.I.W.A.), competes with such league members as MIT, Brandeis, Holy Cross, Rhode Island College, and others. Since the nature of the sport is such that any participant must have stamina, know the techniques involved, and have the knowledge and confidence to effect the techniques, the five months of practice are well spent especially since Coach Peckhams, a former Olympic wrestler, knowledge of the sport is so thorough. Above all, however, Mr. Peckham s belief that one has to “Earn the Right to Win will probably be the most thorough going concepts that his men will take out of the wrestling room and apply to themselves for the rest of their lives. Coach: Mr. J. Peckham 150 Row 1: B. Warren, T. Sutliffe. Row 2: Coach Pecham, B. Fishback, B. Kloper, M. Gale. Cross Country Brand new purple and gold uniforms marked our runners this fall as the team, under the able direction of Mr. James Peckham, got off to a new season. One of the more unique features of the team was manager Honey Angell. She was a welcome sight as she passed out oranges and sweat-suits to the very tired runners at the end of each race. The details involved in getting Honey as team manager are a bit hazy, but it seemed to have worked out well. 152 ■g m ' . ' w ' ■ •» ' ' • 153 Row 1: M. Posselt, S. Long, }. McDuell. Row 2: L. Nyary, S. Glick, Captain; Mr. C. Phillips, Coach: M. Messinger. Row 3: M. Sullivan, J. Chafitz, J. T. Kashdan, J. Martin, E. Baron. Sailing Team In I960, the Emerson racing team was elected to a full membership in the New England Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association. Member schools in the Association are scattered throughout the Northeast, enabling team members to participate in regattas in all the New England States. The team is coed, with boys and girls racing in separate classes. 154 Remember When 156 THEATRE 158 Peer Gynt 160 161 162 by James Thurber JULY 12 TO 15 • JULY 19 TO 22 THE ' V ' RAINMAKER i J t J J i 6 i i 6 by N. Richard Nash JULY 26 TO 29 • AUG. 2 TO 5 book, music lyrics by Rick Besoyan AUG. 9 TO 12 • AUG. 16 TO 19 CURTAIN Q ' Of FOR ALL TIME O ' OU SHOWS FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 583-23 0 I t 164 165 The Rainmaker THE EMERSON COLLEGE STROLLING PLAYERS present CINDERELLA A Junior League Script With Additions By M. Serries Directed by MAVIS McGREW SERRIES 168 ALADDIN AND THE WONDERFUL LAMP by JAMES NORRIS D i rected by MAVIS McGREW SERRIES 169 The Amorous Flea 170 Winter’s Tale us ■Hr rr Etafir 4 Eft L MLhd r ■E9H Miff Winter’s Tale 174 FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION Richard Chapin Harvard University S.B., M.B.A. President Dr. Richard D. Pierce University of New Hampshire, A.B. Andover Theological Seminary, B.D. Simmons, S.B. in L.S. Emerson College, A.M. Harvard University, S.T.M. Boston University, Ph.D. Chairman of History and Social Science Departments Dean of the College and Chapel 176 Winthrop S. Carlson Bryant College, B.S. Comptroller Roger C. Wilder Northeastern University, B.S. in B.A. Emerson College, A.M. Business Manager 177 Joan F. Wallent University of Chicago Assistant Director of Admissions Lucy Jones Assistant to Comptroller Nita Jean Jacobson Boston University, B.S. Northeastern University, M.Ed. Dean of Women Oliver W. Woodruff Boston University, B.S., M.Ed, Dean of Students John W. Zorn Emerson College, B.L.I., A.M. Boston University, Ed. M. Associate Professor of Speech Director of Summer Sessions, Evening Division and Placement 178 Joan Pelon Emerson College, B.A. Director of Alumni Records Eleanor Greenwood Director of News Bureaus and Publications. Robert Gatti Emerson College, B.S. in Speech Director of Alumni Relations Tom Hauber Emerson College, B.S. in Speech. Director of Emerson College Union. Irene Christopher Boston University, A.B. Simmons College, B.S. in L.S. Director of the Library Dominick J. Oliverio Mail Room Supervisor. 179 I 1 1 ■ 1 1 ■ ■ 1 1 ■ II l» Clara j. MacMillan Secretary of the College. 1 1 Dorothea Paul Secretary to Dr. Pierce. Helen Desmond Receptionist Louise Pellegrino Assistant Registrar. Kathleen M. Rollins Secretary Virginia White Assistant to the Registrar. 180 Helena Beale Receptionist, Speech Clinic. Joe Marcus Supervisor of Maintenance Personnel. Linda Jennings Secretary to Mr. Zorn. Debbie Viles Secretary, Admissions Office 181 noa BC’Ma Dormitory Staff Agnes Powers Director, Women ' s Residence Y II ' Esther McCarthy Nurse Blanche Thompson Director, 24-26 Commonwealth Avenue. Mrs. Elsie Mode Director, 150 Beacon Street. 182 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Goldman Director, 130 Beacon Street. Broadcasting Department Charles E. Phillips University of Illinois, B.S., M.Ed. Chairman of Broadcasting Department George Q. Quenzel Hofstra College, B.A. University of Iowa, M.A. Assistant Professor of Broadcasting H. Lawrence Holcomb U.S. Naval Academy, B.S. Professor of Broadcasting 183 Education William Ferrara Rhode Island College of Education, B.A. Boston University, M.Ed. Lecturer in Education Dr. Phillip P. Amato Emerson College, B.A., M.A. Michigan State University, Ph.D. Chairman of Education Department Edna M. Ward Emerson College, B.A. Tufts University, M.Ed. Assistant Professor of Education and Speech Physical Education Department 184 English Department r Dr. Charlotte Lindgren Boston University, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Chairman of English Department Ruth Southwick Maxfield Emerson College, B.L.I., A.M. Boston University, A.M. Professor Emerita in English Dr. James R. Randall Boston University, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Union Theological Seminary Assistant Professor of English Noel Peyrouton Northeastern University, A.B. Boston University, M.A. Assistant Professor of English 185 Leslie McAllister Emerson College, A.B. Instructor in English William Corbett Lafayette College, A.B. Instructor in English Lynn F. Williams Wells College, B.A. Cornell University, M.A. Assistant Professor of English William McKim Washington and Lee University, A.B. Harvard University, M.A. Instructor in English 186 Thomas H. Dahill Tufts University, B.S. American Academy in Rome, F.A.A.R. Boston Museum School of Fine Arts Chairman of Fine Arts Department Fine Arts Robert Pettit Boston University, B.Mus., M.Mus. Emerson College, A.M. Chairman of Music Department History Dr. George R. Ursul McMaster University, B.A. Harvard University, A.M., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of History Dr. Richard Pierce Chairman, History Department. . 187 Colonel William E. Harrison Oklahoma City University, B.A., L.L.B. Lecturer in History Dr. DeCoursy Fales Jr. Harvard University, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Associate Professor of History Language Department Dr. Dorothy Parhhurst Antioch College, A.B. Boston University, Emerson College, A.M. Sorbonne, Diploma d ' Etudes Superieures Professor Emerita in Languages Dr. Paul A. Moylan Harvard University, A.B., A.M. University of Michigan, Ph.D. Chairman of Language Department Gerd Peter Bond Boston University, A. A., A.B., A.M. Instructor in Languages Dorothy Joseph Hunter College, B.A. Harvard University, M.A.T. Assistant Professor in Languages 188 Department of Philosophy and Religion Dr. Lancelot A. Garra d Oxford University, B.A., M.A., B.D. Chairman of Philosophy and Religion Departments Reverend Glen W. Snowden Franklin and Marshall College, B.A. Yale University Divinity School, B.A. Instructor in Philosophy and Sociology Psychology Department Reverend Gerald W. Krick Ohio Wesleyan, A.B. Boston University, S.T.B. Lecturer in Psychology Dr. Peter V. Corea Boston University, A.B. Andover Theological Seminary, B.D. Boston University, Ph.D. Chairman of Psychology Department 189 w i — 1 1 m w — m wmm Science Department Roger Arnold Tufts University, A.B., A.M. Chairman of Science Department Dr. Arthur O. Bruce Massachusetts College of Osteopathy, D.O. Middlesex University, M.D. Lecturer in Science Social Sciences Department Henry (on Stonie Northeastern University, B.A. Andover Newton Theological Institution, B.D. Boston University, A.M. Assistant Professor of Social Sciences 190 Speech Department Dr. Coleman C. Bender Pennsylvania State, A.B., A.M. Emerson College, A.M. University of Illinois, Ph.D. Chairman of Speech Department Kenneth C. Crannell Emerson College, B.A., M.A. Associate Professor of Speech Arlyne Garrity Emerson College, B.A. University of Southern California, M.A. Instructor in Speech J. Edwin Hollingworth Jr. Dartmouth College, B.A. Instructor in Speech Frances LaShoto Emerson College, B.A., M.A. Assistant Professor of Speech A. Vernon Lapps University of Michigan, A.B. Wayne State University, M.A. Instructor in Speech and Education 1 191 Marilyn Lewis Buena Vista College, B.A. University of South Dakota, M.A. Instructor in Speech and Education Bernadette MacPherson Emerson College, B.L.I., M.S., in Speech Assistant Professor of Speech and Education Dr. Vito N. Silvestri Indiana State Teachers College, B.S. in Education Emerson College, M.S. in Speech Indiana University, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Speech Haig der Marderosian Emerson College, B.L.I., M.S. in Speech Assistant Professor of Speech June Hamblin Mitchell Emerson College, B.L.I., M.A., A.M. Professor of Speech Dr. John Zacharis Emerson College, B.S., M.S. in Speech Indiana University, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Speech 192 Theatre Arts Department Leonidas Nickole Emerson College, B.A., A.M. Columbia University, A.M. Chairman of Drama Department Dr. Thomas B. Haas Montclair State College, B.A. Cornell University, M.A. University of Wisconsin, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Drama 193 Dr. Lloyd J. Lanich Washington and Lee University, B.A. John Hopkins University, M.A. Yale University, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Drama Mavis M. Serries Denver University, B.A., M.A. Instructor in Drama Dr. William Kelly Danford Ohio Wesleyan, B. Mus., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Drama Jack Stein Mansfield Academy Emerson College, S.M.O. Lecturer in Drama Dr. Alfred D. Sensenbach Muhlenberg College, Ph.B. University of Wisconsin, M.A. Yale University, M.F.A., D.F.A. Associate Professor of Drama Barbara Matheson Boston University Instructor in Drama 194 Robbins Speech and Hearing Clinic Dr. Charles J. Klim Emerson College, B.A., M.A. University of Pittsburgh, Ph.D. Chairman of Speech Pathology and Audiology Dr. David Luterman Brooklyn College, B.A. Pennsylvania State, M.S., D.Ed. Assistant Professor of Speech Pathology Dr. Asher Bar Hebrew University, B.A. University of Pittsburgh, M.S., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Speech Pathology Catherine Coswell Perry Emerson College, B.L.I., M.A., A.M. Hartford Seminary Foundation, M.A. Professor Emerita in Speech Pathology 195 Irma B. DiRusso Emerson College, B.L.I., M.S. in Speech Assistant Professor of Speech Pathology David L. Maxwell Southern Illinois University Assistant Professor of Speech Pathology Maria M. Haynes Syracuse University, B.S. Stanford University, M.A. Instructor in Speech Pathology Mary Frances Toomey Mt. Mercy College, B.S. University of Connecticut, M.A. Instructor in Speech Pathology Amy Bricker Harris Miami University, B.S. Western Michigan University, M.A. Assistant Professor of Speech Pathology 196 197 Advisor: Mr. Leslie McAllister Business Mgr.: Howard Malley Art Editor: Anne Lebeaux Historian: Mandy Mann 198 Executive Secretary: Sheryl Slate Secretary: Margie Cohn Typist: Diane Klein Typist: Sandie Cohen Typist: Leslie Tuwick Typist: Sue Harris Typist: Karen Stanzler 200 This book printed by VELV ATONE, a special process of litho- graphic printing. Sole producers: Wm. J. Keller Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. No other printing firm is authorized to use the Velvatone method. t


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