Emerson College - Emersonian Yearbook (Boston, MA)

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Andrea C. Liftman Amherst Road -lphead, Mass. 01945 Emerson College Boston, Massachusetts epsomsn A Journey’s End ... A Journey’s Beginning Time . . . Time to come with us and find Youth and Time are seasons of the mind We are summer in our spirit Fall in our smile Winter in our yesterdays And Spring in our possibilities . . . We are now And Youth and Time are only Seasons of the mind. 2 4 6 DIED. . . March 21, 1968 in the Emerson Colleg Union . . . A person between the ages of 1 8 and 24 who has attended classes at a small Back Bay . College. A person who listened, but did not hear . . . Heard, but did not think . . . Thought, but did not act . . . He has gone on . . . never to return. BORN . . . 4:00 PM in the Emerson College Student Union . . . The Emerson College Student Alive with enthusiasm Eager to be involved Proud of his school He has had a mind expanding experience without the use of drugs. He has fought for PRINCIPLES. 9 As counselor and as friend . . . She has Spoken and Listened, Listened and Heard, Heard and Understood And if she reached us only for one brief moment . . , Helped us through one small tragedy . . . Laughed or cried with us for one dark afternoon . . . We grew just a little wiser, just a little older, just a little better. For this and much more, we, the Class of nineteen hundred and sixty-nine, dedicate our Emersonian to MRS. JEAN JACOBSON 10 12 14 arm tt — 16 18 20 22 DOES YOUR CHILD YEARN TO KNOW MORE ABOUT GOD ? 24 26 28 YESTERDAY LIFE WAS SUCH AN EASY GAME TO PLAY. NOW IT SEEMS AS IF WE’RE HERE TO STAY . . . THE TIME HAS COME TODAY- FRESHMAN YEAR Orientation: signing in filling out dotted lines pick a course choose a major must have a blue card yellow card pink card people people all around not a friend to be found “I wanna go home . . American Chop Suey?!? Social: Freshman girls . . . innocent Freshman boys . . . befuddled “That’s funny, you don’t look Jewish.” Parker House Dance . . . Theta Carnival . . . Queens . . . Mad Ball ... Six Months and A Day Hazing: Jim, where are you? McCaw and Meisel sharpening their nails Sophomores Crave the sound “We love you Sophomores” Ego trips for all “Just wait til next year . . .” Disorganizations: Choose a President who won’t flunk out McCabe? Plan our own ego trips . . . Educational Mishaps: Hello grades! Hello Probation. Hello, Dean of Students . . . Phonetics . . . Fale’s Civilization (“um”) Edu. 123 — saved by the curve! 30 SOPHOMORE YEAR Hazing: Mistress Katz . . . “You make me vomit!” Master Field . . . whip Vile’s Vile . . . Kalikows Mouth . . . Gayle’s Storm . . . Lieberman’s Pills. Social: Winter Weekend Big time . . . Bigger room Die of thirst before you reach the bar “Under the Boardwalk” “On the Roof’ Where did all the money go? Who won $80 at the casino? Queen Antoinette, escorted by um, uh ? Dream Girl Ball . . . Thunderjug . . . Pledging — fools rush in . . . Go Green . . . Carnations for Purity . . . Swords and Peanut Butter . . . Lipstick and Owls JUNIOR YEAR Social: Apathy Junior Vaudeville Show Maher’s “How not to succeed” Junior Prom . . . Stan Getz was Queens again Sherry and Judy ATTEMPT Bonnie and Daryl MAKE IT “Millions” throng to the picnic Sneak Day — another big one. Things Changing: McKinley Retires . . . Chapin Inaugurated New Regime Jacobson resigns ... we boycott principles . . . signs . . . bickering SGA Elections . . . Cohen vs Napal Guess . . . SENIOR YEAR “People are strange when you’re a stranger” count your credits We don’t know anyone any more! Hey, remember when we . . . What are you going to do after? Therapy . . . WABC . . . Going to be a theatre? How big is your diamond? If he she made “Who’s Who” then should have! “Oh dear, I missed career day” What about psychedelic caps and gowns this year? June 8, 1969 THE TIME HAS COME TODAY Judy Vile Sherry Katz Class Historians 1969 31 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Joseph Boren . . . Bruce Barbieri . . Patricia Morrissey Arthur Levine . . .... President Vice-President Secretary . . . .Treasurer 32 HARVEY NEIL ALTER B.A. English — Theatre Arts Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4, Treasurer 2; Berkeley Beacon 4; Scribe 4; Sailing Club 2, 3, 4; Public Production Theatre 1, 2, 3, 4; Technical As- sistantship Theatre 3. B.A. Psychology Psychology Club 4; Sailing Club 4. GLENN ALTERMAN B.S. in Speech Business Industrial Communications — Eng- lish Hillel 2; Berkeley Beacon 1, 3, 4, Feature Edi- tor 2; Scribe 1, 2, Editorials Staff 3, 4; Public Production Theatre 1, 3, 4; Children ' s Theater 1; Scholarship 3, 4; Junior Vaudeville 3. DOUGLAS ARBETMAN Doug B.S. in Speech Theatre Education Phi Alpha Tau 3, Historian 4; Hillel 2, 4, Treasurer 3; Berkeley Beacon Business Editor 3, 4; S.T.E.A.M. 4; SGA Publicity Committee 4; Public Production Theatre 2, 3, 4; Transfer from York Junior College; Winter Weekend Committee 2; Who’s Who in American Col- leges and Universities. i 33 HARLAN BAKER " Old Harl " B.S. in Speech Dramatic Arts Alpha Psi Omega 3. Treasurer 4; WERS 3, 4; Public Production Theatre I, 2, 3, 4; Deertrees 1, 2; Junior Vaudeville 3. JEAN BALM FORTH B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology Transfer Student 3. BRUCE BARBIERI B.S. in Speech Theatre Education Alpha Pi Theta 3, Athletic Director, Social Chairman 4; Wrestling 2; Sailing Club 3, 4; SGA Class Representative 4; Freshman Class Treasurer; Senior Class Vice-President; Public Production Theatre 1, 2, 3; Junior Prom Chairman 3; Winter Weekend Chairman 2; Commencement Committee 4; Hazing Com- mittee 2; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. B.A. TIMOTHY A. BAXTER Tim English KENNETH BEAUCHENE Ken B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Newman Club I. WECB I, 2, 3; Sailing Club I; Booster Club 2; Winter Weekend Commit- tee 2; Hazing Committee 2. 34 CAROL BECK B.A. English WERS I, 2, 3; WECB 1, 2; Debate I; S.T.E.A M. 3, 4. PAUL R. BECK B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Phi Alpha Tau 3, 4; Newman Club 4, Vice- President 3; WERS 1. 2, 4, Station Manager 3; Sailing Club I, 2, 3, 4; Transfer from State College at Boston; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. HEIDI-LINDA BECKER B.A. English Scribe 1, 2 ,3, 4; Public Production Theatre 2; Scholarship 3. JOHN BELLI VEAU B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Alpha Pi Theta 2, 3, Treasurer 3; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; WERS-F.M. 2, 3, 4; WERS-TV 2, 3, 4; Hockey Club 2, 3; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 2, 3, 4; Athletic Association 3, 4; Transfer from Boston College. JACQUELINE BERGER Jacquie B.A. Dramatic Arts — Interpretation Alpha Psi Omega 4; Hillel 1; Scribe 1; Public Production Theater 1, 3, 4; Public Production Speech 3; Dean’s List 1; Transfer Student. i 35 BRENDA BERMAN B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 3. 4; Hillel I; Sailing Club 4; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3, 4; S.G.A. Food Committee 4; Commencement Commit- tee 4. MARY BERNSTEIN B.S. in Speech Theatre Berkeley Beacon 4; Sailing Club 3, 4; Public Production Theatre 1, 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 1, 2: Junior Prom Co-Chairman 3; Winter Week- end Committee 2; Hazing Committee 2; Junior Vaudeville 3. ROSEMARY BISHOP B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 1, 2; S.T.E.A.M. 1; Sailing Club I, 2; Cheer- leader I, 2, 3; Scholarship 2; Transfer from Marquette University I. LARRY BLANK B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Lambda Psi Pi 3, 4; WERS, Producer, Direc- tor 4; Transfer from Indiana State University RON A BLOOM Rani BA. Psychology A 36 1 y i j JANE A BOBROW Janie B.A. Business and Industrial Communications Hillel 1; Dorm Council 2, 4; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 1; Booster Club I; Winter Weekend Committee 2; Hazing Committee 2. BARBARA BOLOG Barb B.S. in Speech Speech Education Dorm Proctor 4; Transfer Student. JOSEPH L. BOREN Zayde B.S. in Speech Business and Industrial Communications Alpha Pi Theta 2, Corresponding Secretary 3, President 4; Debate 2, 3, 4; Forensic Council 2, Treasurer 3, President 4; Junior Class Presi- dent; Senior Class President; SGA Executive Council 3, 4; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Chairman 3; Commence- ment Chairman 4; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. DAVID BORNSTEIN Rave B.A. English Alpha Pi Theta 3, Athletic Director, Treasurer 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Admissions Policy Committee 4; Hazing Committee 2; Student Advisor 4; Orientation Committee 4. ROBERT PAUL BOURQUE Bob B.A. Theatre Public Production Theatre 3, 4. 37 1 I DAVID BRANCO B.A. English Basketball 1; Baseball I. 3, 4; Transfer from Northeastern University; Scholarship 1, 3, 4. NANCY ELLEN BRIER Nance B.S. in Speech Speech Therapy Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; Dorm Council Treas- urer 4. SUZANNE BRODY Sue B.A. English Dorm Council President 3; Transfer Student 3; Junior Vaudeville 3. JANE ELLEN BRONSTEIN Janie B.S. in Speech English Literature Hillel 2; Singing Choir 2, 3; Gold Key Society 4; Sailing Club 2, 3, 4; Dorm Council 2; Dean’s List 3; Transfer from University of Hartford; Co-Chairman of Commencement Committee 4. RANDOLPH WOOD BROOKSBANK Randy B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Phi Alpha Tau 3, Corresponding Secretary 4; SC A I, 2; WERS 3, News Director 4; WECB 2, News Editor 3, Berkeley Beacon 1, Feature Editor 2. News Editor 3; Sailing Club I, 2, 3; SGA Representative Assembly 4; Winter Weekend Committee 2; Hazing Committee 2; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities. I I 38 LEONARD CLINTON BROWN Clint B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Alpha Epsilon Rho 3, Corresponding Secretary 4; WERS, Producer 3, 4; WECB News An- nouncer I, 2, 3; Hockey Club 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Hazing Committee 2. DEBORAH ELLEN BUCKLEY B.S. in Speech Theater — English Public Production Theater 2, 3. 4; Scholarship CHRISTINE CARLSEN B.A. History Transfer from Mt. Ida Junior College 3. WILLIAM H. CASE Will B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Basketball 3; Baseball 2, Captain 3. 4; Athletic Association 3, 4; Dean ' s List 2; Transfer from U. of Massachusetts 2. JOHN M. CASEY Sean Michael Devlin B.S. in Speech Broadcasting 1 39 B.A. G A 1 1 CASWELL English CONSTANCE J CHASE Connie B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Transfer from Vermont College 3. CAROL CLARK B.A. Speech Education Scholarship 4; Transfer from Virginia Inter- mont College. BARBARA CLAYMAN Barb B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 1, 2. 3: Hillel I; Scholarship 3. 4. PAUL M CLEVELAND B.S. in Speech Broadcasti Phi Alpha Tan 3, 4; WERS-TV 3, 4; WEC ' B ng 40 BERNICE COHEN Benue B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 2; Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4. MARCY ELLEN COHEN Marc B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Phi Mu Gamma 2, Historian 3, Vice-President 4: Sigma Alpha Eta 1, 2, 3, 4; Hillel I; Berke- ley Beacon 1; Gold Key Society 3, 4; Scholar- ship 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3; Hazing Committee 2. CARROLL FRANCIS COOK Cookie B.S. in Speech Theater Arts Sailing Club 2, 3, 4; Public Production Theater 2; Transfer from Villanova University 2. JUDITH-RAE LYONS COOK Judi B.S. in Speech Theater Arts and Broadcasting WERS 2, 3, 4; Singing Choir 2, 3, 4; Psychol- ogy Club 2; Sailing Club 2, 3, 4; Public Pro- duction Theater 2, 4; Transfer Student 2. ALAN COOPER Coop B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Alpha Pi Theta, Social Coordinator to Kappa Gamma Chi 3, 4, Vice-President 4; WERS 2, 3, Pop Music Director 4; WECB 2; Junior Class Treasurer; Junior Class Election Com- mittee Chairman 3; Union Administrative Board 4; S.G.A. Representative Assembly 4; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3, 4; Booster Club 3, 4; Junior Prom Co-Chairman 3; Win- ter Weekend Committee 2; Hazing Committee 2; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities. 41 MAYNARD CROSSMAN “G ' B.S. in Speech Broadcasting WERS 4; W EC B 2. 3: Basketball 2. 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Athletic Association 3. 4; Transfer from Syracuse University 2. BONNIE CYPEN Cvps B.S. in Speech Business and Industrial Communications Kappa Gamma Chi 2. 3. Social Chairman 4; G.A.L. 3, 4; Dean ' s List 3, Junior Prom Queen and Committee 3; Hazing Committee 2; Junior Vaudeville 3. ANN MARIE DALTON Ann B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Dorm Proctor 3. 4; Dean ' s List 3; Transfer from University of Miami. BRUCE A. DEAN B.S. in Speech Business and Industrial Communications WERS 4; WECB Asst. Director of Public Re- lations 3, Promotion Director 4; Debate 3, 4; Forensic Council 3, 4; Gold Key Society 4; Transfer Student 2; National Society for the Study of Communication 3, 4; Commencement Committee Co-Chairman 4. CAROLE ANN DENNIS Candy B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Cheerleader 2, 4; Sailing Club I, 2, 3; Dorm Council I, Vice-President 2; Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Court 3; Winter Weekend Court and Chairman 2; Hazing Committee 2; Junior Vaudeville 3. 42 1 t STAN DEUTSCH Big Dawg B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Alpha Epsilon Rho, Recording Secretary 4; WERS 3, 4; Dean ' s List 3; Transfer Student 3. DEBRA JANE DOUDEN Double D B.A. Theatre Education Zeta Phi Eta 2, Vice-President 3, Historian 4; Singing Choir 3, 4; Cheerleader Co-Captain 1, 2, 3; Dorm Proctor 4; Public Production Thea- ter 1, 2, 3. 4; Scholarship 3; Booster Club 1. 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Winter Weekend Committee 2; Hazing Committee 2; Junior Vaudeville 3. GEORGE E. ELLARD. JR B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Alpha Epsilon Rho 3, Vice-President 4; WERS 1, 2, Station Manager 3, 4; WECB 2; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3, 4. ANN KAREN ADLER ELLSWORTH Aynnie B.A. Broadcasting WERS 2, 3, 4; WECB 2, 3; Sailing Club 2, 3, 4. JUDITH ANNE FICHTNER Fich B.S. in Speech Speech Education Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 4, House Manager 4; Sailing Club 2; G.A.L. 2; Sophomore Class Executive Council; Public Production Theater 1; Booster Club 1; Junior Prom Committee 3; Winter Weekend Committee 2; Junior Vaude- ville 3. 43 ROBERT FINE Bob f B.S. in Speech Broadcasting WERS-TV 3, 4: WECB 4; Sailing Club I, 2. DEBORAH FINEBERG Debby B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Hillel 2; Transfer Student 2. ALAN G. FORBES B.A. Business and Industrial Communications JUDITH S. FRIEDMAN Judy B.S. in Speech Theatre Education Hillel 1, 2, 3 Secretary 4: Psychology Club 4; International Relations Society 2, 4; Junior Vaudeville 3. LOIS MARSHA GALER Lo B.A. Education — Psychology Transfer Student 3. i 44 LINDA J. GAYLF. B.S. in Speech Business and Industrial Communications WECB 1, 2; International Relations Society 1; Student Government Representative Assembly 4; Dorm Council I; Ebony 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Winter Weekend Committee 2; Hazing Committee 2. ELAINE-NAN GELLER Lonnie B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; Dorm Council 3; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3, 4; Hazing Committee 2; Junior Vaudeville 3. JUDY L. GEISMAN B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; Berkeley Beacon 2; Sailing Club 1; Hazing Committee 2; Winter Weekend Committee 2; Dorm Council 3, Proc- tor 4; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3. MARTIN E. GLASER Mart B.A. Elementary Education Hillel 2, Treasurer 1 ; Choric Speech 2, Secre- tary-Treasurer I; Sailing Club Skipper 1; Transfer Student. INGRID GLUZMAN B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; Hillel 2, 3, 4; Dorm Council 2, President 1, Vice-President 3, Proc- tor 4; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 2, 3, 4. SHELLEY HARRIS GOLOMB Shell B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 1, 2. 3, 4; Hillel 1; Choric Speech 2, 3; Dorm Council 1 ; Public Produc- tion Theater 2; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 1 . 2, 3, 4: Social Service Committee Secretary 3. THOMAS M. GREENBLATT Greenie B.S. in Speech Oral Interpretation and Broadcasting Phi Alpha Tau Parliamentarian 2, Social Chairman 3. President 4; S.G.A. I. 2, Parlia- mentarian 3, Representative 4; WERS 2, 3, Producer of Audio ' 68 4; Choric Speech 2, 3; Inter-Fraternity Vice-President 4; Sailing Club 1; Junior Class Entertainment Chairman 3; Junior Prom Entertainment Chairman 3; Haz- ing Committee 2; Junior Vaudeville Master of Ceremonies 3; Who ' s Who in American Col- leges and Universities. GAYNELLE GRIFFIN Gay B.A. History Berkeley Beacon 3; Choric Speech 2; Singing Choir 2: Debate 2. 3; Gold Key Society 2, 3; Sailing Club 1, 2; Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; Scholarship 2; Dean ' s List 2; Booster Club 2; Commencement Committee 2, 3; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. BARBARA TAFT GROSCH Barb B.S. in Speech Theater Education Singing Choir 1; Sailing Club Secretary 1, 2, 3; Dorm Council 2, Proctor 4; Public Production Theater 3; Public Production Speech 1; Junior Vaudeville 3. HARRIET ROSE GROSSMAN Harry B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Hillel I. 2. 3, 4; Sailing Club 3, 4; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 2, 3, 4. I 46 THOMAS ALEXANDER GUGANIG Tom B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Newman Club 1, 3, Vice-President 4. FRANKLIN HANN Gan k B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Wrestling 1; Public Production Theater 2; Transfer Student from Memorial University. MARTHA HENRY Martie I B.S. in Speech Speech Education WERS 3; Choric Speech 3; Transfer Student from Cazenovia Women ' s College 2. SUSAN HERZBERG Lam be hops B.A. Theater Arts Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 4, Pledge Mistress 3; Hillel 2; G.A .L. 2, 3, 4; Public Production Theater 1, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Hazing Committee 2; Junior Vaudeville 3. ROGER LEE HILL B.A. English Public Production Theater 2; Scholarship 2, 3, 4. T ' 47 DANIEL L. HNATIO Dan B.S. in Speech Broadcasting WERS-TV 3, 4; Transfer Student from Boston University. JAN1S HODES Jan B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 1, 2, 3, 4; Debate I; Sailing Club I. Winter Weekend Committee 2. ANNE LYNDA HOROWITZ Lynnie B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; Psy- chology Club 3; Sailing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Asso- ciate Aid to Speech Therapy 1, 2, 3, 4; Schol- arship 3. BARBARA HOROWITZ Barb B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; Dorm Council 2, 3, President 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Winter Weekend Committee 2; Junior Vaudeville 3. HELAINE GAYLE HURWITZ B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 3, Treasurer 4; Hillel I; Choric Speech 2; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 2, 3; Hazing Committee 2. f 48 DONALD M. HYDE Don B.S. in Speech Dramatic Literature Dean ' s List 3; Transfer Student from Dean Junior College 2. HENRI A S. HYMAN Heni B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology MOONYENE S. JACKSON Moon B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Alpha Kappa Alpha Treasurer 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4, Treasurer of Pledge Class 2; S.G.A. Representative 4; Emersonian Copy Ed- itor 4; Singing Choir 1, 4; G.A.L. 1, 2, Treas- urer 3, 4; Sophomore Class Vice-President 2; Junior Class Vice-President 3; EBONI Presi- dent 3, 4; Junior Prom Decorations Chairman 3; Winter Weekend Saturday Event Chairman 2; Junior Vaudeville Chairman 3; Freshman Advisor 3, 4; Who ' s Who in American Col- leges and Universities. BONNIE JACOBS B.S. in Speech Theater Education Dorm Council Secretary 1; Public Production Theater 1, 3. JAN-ELLEN JACOBS Jan B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Phi Mu Gamma 2, Secretary 3, Pledge Mis- tress 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 1, 2, 3, Vice-Presi- dent 4; S.G.A. Secretary 3, Representative 4, Food Committee Co-Chairman 4; Hillel 1; Emersonian Typist 4; Singing Choir 1, 2, Treasurer 3, 4; Gol d Key Society 2, 3, Speaker 4; Sophomore Class Secretary 2; Dorm Coun- cil 1, 2, Fire Warden 3, Proctor 4; Public Production Theater 1, 2, 3; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 2; Scholarship 1, 2, 3, Joan Hopkins 4; Dean’s List 1, 2, 3, 4; President’s Club 4; Winter Weekend Committee 2; Com- mencement Committee 4; Hazing Committee 2; Junior Vaudeville 3; Student Advisor 3, 4; Planning Committee of Emerson College 4; Student-Faculty Relations Committee 3; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. I 49 PAUL JAMPOLSKY B.S. in Speech Speech Hillel 1; Berkeley Beacon 1, 2, Copy Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4: Choric Speech 2. 3; Singing Choir 2; Debate 2; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. ALAN BRUCE JARANI AN Grippa B.S. in Speech Broadcasting WERS 3, 4; WECB I, Sports Director 2; Berkeley Beacon, Associate Sports Editor 4. PEARLIS M. JONES Peaches B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Psychology Club 3; Student Government 2, 3; Dorm Council 3; EBONI 4, Vice-President 3; Student Christian Association 3; Transfer Stu- dent from Hampton Institute. MICHAFLA MARIA JUDKINS Mikki B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Zeta Phi Eta 2, 4, Treasurer 3; Sigma Alpha Eta I, 2, 4, Vice-President 3; Newman Club 1, 2, President 3, 4; Inter-Faith Council Vice- President 3, President 4; Scribe, Secretary- Treasurer 3, 4; Debate 1, 2, Secretary 3, 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 3; Dorm Council I; Pub- lic Production Theater I, 2; Southwick Recital Scholarship 3; Dean ' s List 1, 2. RANDY I.YN KALIKOW B.S. in Speech Business and Industrial Communications Hillel I, 2; WECB 3; Psychology Club 2, 3; Sailing Club I, 2; G.A.L. Treasurer 3; Dorm Council I; Public Production Theater 2; Asso- ciate Aid to Speech Therapy 1, 2, 3; Social Service Committee 2; Booster Club 2; Junior Prom Committee 2; Winter Weekend Commit- tee 2; Hazing Committee 2. 50 BEVERLY KAMENSKE Miss “B” B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Dorm Council 1, 2; S.T.E.A.M. 1, 2. JOHN D. KAPLAN B.A. English Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 4; Athletic As- sociation 3, 4; Transfer Student 2. JOAN KATES Joni B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Dean ' s List 3. SHERYL F. KATZ Sherry B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Berkeley Beacon 2, Staff Writer 4; Emersonian Class Historian 4; Choric Speech 3; Sailing Club I; G.A.L. 2; Junior Prom Court 3, Com- mittee 3; Winter Weekend Court 2, Committee 2; Hazing Mistress 2. ELAYNE JOAN KESSLER B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; Dorm Council 4; Aid to Speech Therapy 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Winter Weekend Committee 2; Hazing Com- mittee 2. % 1 ] i 51 JENN1EFER KIRK Jen B.S. in Speech Theater Education Newman Club 2; Dorm Council 2; Public Production Theater 2. 3: Transfer Student 2. WILLIAM DANA KLOPER Bill B.S. in Speech Speech Education Hillel 4; WECB I. 2; Berkeley Beacon I, 2; Singing Chorus I, 2, 3, 4: S.T.E.A.M. 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4: Booster Club I, 2; Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 2, 3, 4; Hazing Committee 2; Student Advisor 3. 4; Orientation 2, 3, 4; Sailing Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Who ' s Who in American Colleges anil Universities . MARJORIE MESHF.KOW KOFT B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; Hillel 2; Dorm Council 3: Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 2, 3; Dean ' s List 3; Transfer Student 2. SUELLEN KOHN Sue B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Emersonian 4; Dorm Council 3. PATRICIA LANG P. B.S. in Speech Theater Arts Public Production Theater 1, 2, 3, 4; Transfer Student 2. 52 DIANA LEKUS Diane B.A. Dramatic Literature Scribe 4; Choric Speech 3, 4; Public Produc- tion Theater 2, 3, 4; Social Service Committee 4; T ransfer Student 2. V LAWRENCE H. LENTZ Larry B.S. in Speech Business and Industrial Communication Phi Alpha Tau, National Historian 2, 3, Re- cording Secretary 3, 4; Sailing Club 1, Treas- urer 2, 3, Co-Commodore 4; Student Govern- ment, Treasurer 4; Junior Prom Chairman 3; Winter Weekend Chairman 2; Student Adviser 3, 4; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. JOAN LAVITT Joan B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 4; Proctor 3; Transfer Stu- dent 3. RICHARD LEONARD North Mianus Stud B.A. Theater Arts Alpha Psi Omega 3, President 4; Rho Delta Omega, Corresponding Secretary 2, Chaplain 2, Pledge Master 3, President 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 4, Treasurer 3; Berkeley Beacon 1, 2, 3, Sports Editor 4; Emersonian, Theater Editor 3, 4; Gold Key Society 2, 3, 4; Inter-Fraternity Council, President 4; Wrestling 1, MVP 2, 3, Captain 4; Public Production Theater 1, 2, 3, 4, Deertrees 1, 2, 3; Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; Outstanding Wrestler 2, 3; Booster Club 2, 3, 4; President ' s Club 4; Hazing Committee 2; Junior Vaudeville 3; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. ALFRED J. LEONE JR. Mama B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Phi Alpha Tau 2, 3, 4; WERS 3, 4; WECB 2, 4, Record Librarian 3; Sailing Club 3, Treas- urer 4; Dorm Council 2. 53 JANF. LERNER B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Public Production Speech 3; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3; Hazing Committee 2. ARTHUR AARON LEVINE Artie B.S. in Speech Speech Education Phi Alpha Tau 2, National Council Repre- sentative 3, Parliamentarian 4; Hillel 3, 4; WERS 4; WECB 3, 4; S.T.E.A.M. 4; Sailing Club 3; Senior Class Representative; Senior Class Treasurer; Student Advisor 4; Public Production Theater 2, 3, 4; Dean’s List 3; Jun- ior Vaudeville; Transfer Student; Who’s Wlw in American Colleges and Universities. GEORGE CARY LIEBERM AN George B.A. English Executive Council 1; Dorm Council, President I; Assistant Hazing Master 2. HARRIET ANN LIFSHOTZ B.S. in Speech Speech Education Hillel I; Emersonian 4; S.T.E.A.M. I, 3; Social Service Committee 4, President 3. ARDENE F. LYONS Deanie B.S. in Speech Business and Industrial Communications Hillel I; Choric Speech I; Hazing Committee 54 DIANE MacARTHUR Di B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; Choric Speech 2, 3; Gold Key Society 3, 4; Sailing Club 2, 3, 4; Dorm Council 2, 3, President 4; Dean ' s List 3. KARL MacKESSON B.S. in Speech Speech Therapy and Psychology Sigma Alpha Eta, Key Member 2, 3, 4; Scribe 1, 2; International Relations Society 1; Gold Key Society 2, 3, 4; Sailing Club I; Dorm Council 1; Public Production Theater 1, Speech 2; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 2, 3, 4; Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM MICHAEL MAHER BUI B.S. in Speech Theater Phi Alpha Tau 2, 3, I.F.C. Representative 4; Newman Club 1; WERS 4; WECB 3, 4; Berkeley Beacon 1, 2; Scribe 2; Cross Country 2; Public Production Theater I. 2, 3, 4; Dance Award 2; Junior Prom Chairman 3; Winter Weekend Committee 2; Hazing Committee 2; Junior Vaudeville, Director and Writer 2. ERNEST G. MALM Ernie B.S. in Speech Broadcasting WECB 3; Sailing Club 3, 4; Transfer Student 2. MANDY LIZBETH MANN B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Hillel 1; Booster Club I; Hazing Committee 2; Sailing Club 2; Emersonian, Historian 3, Edi- tor-in-Chief 4; Student Advisor 4. 55 I CATHERINE McDONALD Carliy B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Newman Club 3, 4; Transfer Student 3. B.S. ERIC MARENGHI in Speech Broadcasting PAULA McNAMARA B.A. English S.T.E.A.M. 3. 4; Transfer Student 3. RAYMOND L. McNAUGHTON Ray B.A. History International Relations Society, Treasurer 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Transfer Student 2; Inter- Faith Council 2, 3. I DAVID A MARKS B.S. in Speech Broadcasting H i I lei I; WERS 3. 4; WECB 3; Singing Choir 3; Transfer Student 2. 56 DENNIS F. MARTIN D.F. B.S. in Speech Broadcasting WERS 3, 4; Transfer Student 2. STEPHEN LOWE MARTIN Legs B.S. in Speech Business and Industrial Communications Transfer Student from University of Tampa 2. DENISE MASON B.A. English DEBRA MATTLER Deb by B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta, Associate Member 2, Key 3, 4; Scribe, Editorial Board 2, 3; Gold Key So- ciety 3, Secretary 4; Dorm Council, Recording Secretary 3; Scholarship 3, 4; Proctor 4; Dean ' s List 3; Oral Interpretation Contest, first place 2; Student Advisor 4; Back Bay College Relations Committee 3, 4; Food Committee, Co-Chairman 3, 4. ALAN MERSON Mers B.A. History Hillel 2, 3, 4; Berkeley Beacon 4; Emersonian 4; Singing Choir 4; Winter Weekend Commit- tee 2; Hazing Committee 2. 57 MARIE-JEANNE MESSIER Marie B.A. English Scholarship 3. WAYNE MEYERS Mama Meyers B.A. History Transfer Student from Parsons College. MICHAEL MOLOVINSKY Mike B.S. in Speech Business and Industrial Communications PATRICIA GLOSSER MOLOVINSKY P B.S. in Speech Speech Therapy Cheerleader 2. ROBERT E. MORAN Hob B.A. English WERS 1, 2; WECB 2, 3; Sailing Club 4. 58 PATRICIA MORRISSEY Pal B.A. English and Business and Industrial Communications Zeta Phi Eta 2, 3, 4; 3, Vice-President, Pledge Mistress, Social Chairman 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4; Scribe 3; Gold Key 3, 4; Senior Class Officer, Secretary; Scholarship 2, 3, 4; Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3; Junior Vaudeville 3; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities. DELLA JOAN MOSER Del Del B.A. Theater Arts Kappa Gamma Chi 3, 4; Sailing Club 3, 4; Public Production Theater 3, 4, Speech 3, 4; Choric Speech Choir 3, 4; Transfer Student from Queens College 3. CHARLES W. MUNSTER Chuck B.S. in Speech Broadcasting and Business and Industrial Communications Alpha Pi Theta 2, 3, Corresponding Secretary 4; Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4; WERS 1; WECB 1, 2; Public Production I; Aid to Speech Therapy 1, 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 3; Winter Weekend Committee 2; Hazing Committee 2; Prospectus Circulation Manager 4. DEBORAH J. MURPHY Debbie B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 1,2, 3, 4; Newman Club 4. BEVERLY MYETTE B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 1, 2, 3, 4; Dorm Council, Proctor 3; Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4. | ♦ 59 I FRANK S. NAPAL B.S. in Speech Business and Industrial Communications Alpha Pi Theta 2. President 3, Pledgemaster 4; Debate 1, 2, 4. President 3; Forensic Council I. 2. 4. President 3; Inter-Fraternity, President 3; Student Government 1, 2, President 4; Freshman Class President; Sophomore Class President; Dorm Council, Floor Representative 1; Aid to Speech Therapy 2, 3, 4; Most Valua- ble Speaker 2, Debator 3; President ' s Club 2, 3; Junior Prom Publicity Chairman; Junior Vaudeville; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. DAVID NEIGHER B.S. in Speech Speech and English FJillel Social Director 2, Vice-President 3, 4; International Relations Society 3; Gold Key Society 3, Treasurer 4; Dorm Council 3; Dorm Proctor 4; Scholarship 3, 4; Dean ' s List 3; Transfer Student from Grahm Junior College; Commencement Committee 3. JANE M. NEWMAN Janey B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3. Corresponding Secretary 4; Hillel I, 2. LOUIS NEWMAN Yenta B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Alpha Pi Theta Recording Secretary 3, 4, IFC Representative 3, Corresponding Secretary 4; Hillel 2, 3; Berkeley Beacon. Sports Reporter 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Student Government Sen- ior Class Representative 4; Dorm Council I; Aid to Speech Therapy I, 2, 3; Booster Club 3, 4; Junior Prom Queen Chairman, Publicity; Winter Weekend Entertainment Committee. JANICE NIEDERMAN B.S. in Speech Theater Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean ' s List Weekend Court 3. Education 3; Winter 60 KAREN ORENSTEIN B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Aid to Speech Therapy 3; Hazing Committee. SURENNA LYNN ORFORD Surenna B.S. in Speech Theatre Education Scribe 1; Singing Choir 1, 2, 3, Librarian 4; Public Production Theater 1 , 2, 3, 4; Dean ' 1 List 1 ; Stagecraft Award 1 . ADELE LEVIN PEVZNER Deli B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; Hillel I, 2; Scribe 2; Choric Speech 3; Psychology Club I; Hazing Committee. DIANA L. PFISTER Dede B.S. in Speech Theatre Arts Public Production Theater 3, 4; Transfer Stu- dent from Sullins College 3. MAUREEN PHILLIPS Mauz B.A. English Transfer Student from Hood College. 61 L. Al.AN PIKE A I English B.A. Transfer Student. RICHARD K. POOLE Ric B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Alpha Epsilon Rho 3, Pledgemaster-Parliamen- tarian 4; WERS I, Scholarship Engineer 3, 4, Production Supervisor 4: WECB 1. 2; Baseball 3. 4; Sailing Club I . RICHARD DAVID RAPITI Flaky B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Phi Alpha Tau 2, Alumni Representative 3, Social Chairman 4; Newman Club 1; WERS 3, Associate News Director 4; WECB 1. 2, 3, 4; Berkeley Beacon 3, 4; S.T.E.A.M. 4; Student Advisor 3, 4; WERS-TV 2, 3; Who ' s Who in American Colleges anil Universities. RICHARD RAY Line B.A. English Singing Choir 2. JOHN RAYMOND Jack B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Newman Club; WERS; WECB; WERS-TV. 62 SUSAN JANE RITTER Riki B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; WERS 1; S.T.E.A.M. 3; Psy- chology Club 1, 2; International Relations So- ciety 3; Cheerleader 1, 2; Sailing Club I; Dorm Proctor 4; Social Service Committee 3; Booster Club 1, 2; Hazing Committee 2. CHERYL ROBINSON Sherry B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM J. ROBINSON III Bill B.S. in Speech Broadcasting WERS-TV 3, 4; WECB 3; Transfer Student from B.U. 3. ALLAN THOMAS RIPP Allan T. B.S. in Speech Broadcasting WERS 3, 4; WECB 1, 2, 3. ELLEN RESNIKOFF Rez B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Hillel 3, 4; WERS 3, 4; Sailing Club 3, 4; Dorm Council 3; Dean ' s List 3; Transfer Stu- dent from University of Wisconsin 3; Gold Key 4; A E Rho 4. 63 JAY ROSE B.S. in Speech Broadcasting H 1 1 lei 1, 2; WERS 1. Producer 2, 3, Serious Music Director 4; WECB 1, Public Relations Director 2, Chief Engineer 4; Berkeley Bea- con, Managing Editor 4; Singing Choir 1. 2, 4; Public Production Theater, Assistant Music Di rector 1, 2; Scholarship 2. 3; Dean ' s List 3. LINDA MAE ROSENBERG Linda B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; H il lei 2; Scribe 3; S.T.E.A.M. 2, 3; Sailing Club 2, 3; Dorm Proctor 3; Transfer from Ithaca College 2. CYNTHIA ROSS Cindy B.A. Education — Psychology CAROL ELLEN ROSTON Carol B.S. in Speech Business Industrial Communications Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, President 4; Sigma Alpha Eta I, 2, 3; Hillel I, 2. 3; Berkeley Beacon 4; Emersonian, Executive Secretary 4; Pan-Hellenic Council, Vice-President 4; Sailing Club I. 2, 4; G.A.L. I, 4, President 2, 3; Stu- dent Government Vice-President 3; Junior Class Election Committee Co-Chairman 3; Dorm Council Treasurer 2; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy, Treasurer 2, 3, President 4; Booster Club 1, 2; President ' s Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Winter Weekend Committee 2; Commencement Committee 4; Hazing Committee 2; Student Advisor 4; Ori- entation Co-Chairman 3; Student-Faculty Rela- tions Committee 3; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. LOIS ELLEN RUBIN B.S. in Speech Theatre Arts Public Production Theatre 4; Scholarship 4. i 64 MARCEY RUBIN Morse B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Zeta Phi Eta 2, DiFoggio Representative 3, President 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 1, 2, 3, 4; Hillel 1, 2; Choric Speech 3; Psychology Club 1; Pan-Hellenic Council, Vice-President 3, President 4; Dorm Floor Representative 2; As- sociate Aid to Speech Therapy 2, 3, 4; Schol- arship 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Haz- ing Committee 2; Junior Vaudeville 3: IT io ' s IT to ! American Colleges and Universities. JANICE WEIL RUDY B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3. 4; Hillel 1; Choric Speech 2. SHARONE SANDIFER Shar B.S. in Speech Speech Education WECB 2; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Sailing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshmen Class Executive Board; Sophomore Class Executive Board; Dorm Council 1, 2; Public Production Theatre 2; Booster Club 2, 3, 4; Winter Weekend Court, Committee 2; Hazing Committee 2; Junior Vaudeville 3. LAUREL F. SANFORD Laurie B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Zeta Phi Eta 3, Corresponding Secretary 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 1, 2, 3, 4; Hillel 1; Scribe 3; Singing Choir 1; Debate 2; Dorm Proctor 4; Public Production Speech 2; Social Service Committee 3. ANTOINETTE SARNO Max B.A. Theater Education S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; WECB 1; Choric Speech 2; S.T.E.A.M. 1, 2; Sailing Club 1; Public Pro- duction Theater 2, 3; Scholarship 3; Winter Weekend Queen 2; Hazing Committee 2. 65 GKRI SATENSTE1N B.S Speech Pathology and Audiology Hillel I. 2; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Winter Weekend Committee 2; Hazing Committee 2. MARY SAUNDERS Mary B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Hillel 1; Psychology Club I. GAIL Y. SCHAFFER STILLMAN Sluife B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; Hillel I; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3; Junior Prom Com- mittee 3; Winter Weekend Chairman 2; Com- mencement Committee 4. ROGER SHAPIRO Rog B.S. in Speech Speech Phi Alpha Tau 2, 3, 4; WERS I; Dorm Coun- cil 1; Winter Weekend Committee 2; Com- mencement Committee 3. SUSAN SHAPIRO Sac B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology t 66 DON SHAW Don B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Alpha Pi Theta 3, Historian 4; WKRS. Con- trasts Producer 4; WEC ' B 2, 3; Winter Week- end Committee 2. ANN SHEDLIN B.S. in Speech Theater Arts Transfer Student 3. H. MARK SIDWEBER Sid B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Rho Delta Omega 2, Vice-President 3, Treas- urer 4; Hillel 2; WERS-TV 1, 2, 3, 4; WECB 1, 2; Emersonian, Class Editor 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Winter Weekend Committee 2; Hazing Committee 2. JUDITH P. SIGLER Judy B.S. in Speech Broadcasting WERS I, 2, 3; WERS-TV 1, 2, 3; WECB 1, 2, 3. ROSALIND SILVERMAN Roz B.A. Education — Psychology Phi Mu Gamma 3, Pan-Hellenic Representa- tive 4; Transfer from U. of Bridgeport 3. 67 II MAXINE MERLE SIMSON Max R.S. in Speech Speech Education Berkeley Beacon 2; Scribe 2; Singing Choir 2, 3, 4; Public Production Theater 2; Scholarship; Transfer from Carnegie Institute of Technol- ogy 2. DAVID A. SITEK Dave B.S. in Speech Oral Interpretation Newman Club 1; WERS I, 2; WEC ' B 1, News Director 2; Gold Key Society 3, 4; Sailing Club I; Public Production Speech 3; Student Advisor 4. BA CURTIS SMITH English DONNA MARIA SORBELLO B.S. in Speech Theater Arts Cheerleader I, 2; Public Production Theater 2, 3, 4; Scholarship 2. JOAN MARIE STACKHOUSE Joannie B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 1,2, 3, President 4; Newman Club I, 2; Singing Choir I, 2; Sailing Club 3; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3, Secretary- Treasurer 4; Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean’s List 2, 3; President ' s Club 4; Hazing Committee 2. I v . V 68 PRISCILLA JANE STANLEY B.A. Theater Education — Elementary Education Phi Mu Gamma 2, Pan Hellenic Representa- tive, Alumni Representative 3, Presid ent 4; S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Berkeley Beacon 4; Psychol- ogy Club 4; Pan-Hellenic Council Secretary- Treasurer 4; Sailing Club I, 2, 3, 4; Dorm Council 2, 3; Public Production Theater 2, 3; Winter Weekend Committee 2; Commence- ment Committee; Hazing Committee 2. DARYL STEINMAN B.S. in Speech Speech Education Hillel 1; S.T.E.A.M. 4; Sailing Club 1; Admis- sions Committee 4; Dorm Council 2, 3, Vice- President 4; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 4; Junior Prom Queen and Committee 3; Win- ter Weekend Committee 2; Commencement Committee 4; Hazing Committee 2; Junior Vaudeville 3. KAREN JAFFE STERN B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 4; Gold Key Society 4; As- sociate Aid to Speech Therapy 4; Dean’s List 3, 4. JON STIERWALT B.S. in Speech Speech Education Alpha Pi Theta 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; S.T.E.A.M. 1, 2, Membership Secretary 3, President 4; Sailing Club 2, 3, 4; Public Pro- duction Theatre 3; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Presi- dent’s Club 4; Junior Prom Chairman 3; Win- ter Weekend Committee 2; Junior Vaudeville 3; Student Advisor 3, 4; Transfer from Babson Institute; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. NANCY STUPAK Nance B.A. Elementary Education Sailing Club 4; S.T.E.A.M. 4; Transfer from Mt. Ida Jr. College. 69 THOMAS A. SUTLIFFE Sully B.A. History Phi Alpha Fan 3, Sargeant-at-Arms, Vice- President 4; Newman Club 3, 4; International Relations Society 4; Wrestling 2, 3; Cross Country 3. 4; Sailing Club 2. 3. 4; Athletic Association 4, Secretary 3; Booster Club I, 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; Presid ent ' s Club THOMAS HOl.GATE TENNANT Tom B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Phi Alpha Tau 2, National Council Corre- sponding Secretary 3, Pledgemaster 3, Sargeant- at-Arms 3. 4; WERS 2, 3, 4; WECB 1. 2, Sports Director 3; Singing Choir I; Baseball 1; Dorm Proctor 4; Public Production Theatre I, 2, 3, 4; Junior Vaudeville 3. TEONARD TINKOFF Leu B.A. History — English Transfer from Wagner College. KARL TAUBMAN Toubs B.S. in Speech Broadcasting WECB 1; Transfer Student. JUDITH VILE Judy B.S. in Speech Speech Education Emersonian 4; Dorm Council 3, 4; Public Pro- duction Theatre 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Court and Committee 3; Winter Weekend Court and Committee 2; Hazing Committee 2; Junior Vaudeville 3. 70 I DANIEL WACHS Dan B.S. in Speech Broadcasting SGA Parliamentarian 3; WERS-FM 2, 3, 4; WERS-TV 2, 3, Director 4; WECB 3, 4, Pub- lic Relations Director 2; Basketball 2; Public Production Theatre 3; Dean ' s List 2, 3; Berke- ley Beacon News Editor 3. MARION WACHTEL B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Phi Mu Gamma 3, Recording Secretary 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; Hillel 1; Berkeley Bea- con 1, 4; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3, 4. WENDY LOUISE WAIFE Cookie B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, Recording Secretary 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; Hillel 1, 2; Sailing Club I; G.A.L. 2, 3, 4; Junior Class Secretary; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 2, 3, Vice- President 4; Social Service Committee 3; Jun- ior Prom Court 3; Winter Weekend Chairman 2; Commencement Committee 4; Hazing Committee 2; Student Hearing Board 4; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. BURTT WARREN B.A. History International Relations Society 1, 2, U.N. Committee 3, President 4; Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Athletic Association 3, 4; Trans- fer Student 2; President’s Club 4. JANICE B. WASSERMAN Jan B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Hillel 4; Sailing Club 4; Dorm Proctor 4. I 71 BARBARA WEINER Bonnie B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology SUSAN WEINER B.S. in Speech Speech Education Hillel 1. 2; Berkeley Beacon I, 4; Sailing Club I. SHERYL ELAINE WF.1SER B.A. Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; Hillel 3, 4; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3, 4: Transfer from Simm ons College. ANITA WEINSTEIN Tina B.A. English Junior Vaudeville 3. A WILLIAM H WHITE, III Darius B.S. in Speech Business and Industrial Communications Berkeley Beacon 4; Singing Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Public Production Theatre 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Winter Weekend Committee 2; Junior Vaudeville 3. 72 SUSAN WICKS B.S. in Speech Speech Education S.T.E.A.M. 3; Hazing Committee 2. GREGORY C. WILKINS Gregg B.S. in Speech Business and Industrial Communications i JULIAN N. WISE B.A. Broadcasting WECB 1, 2, 3; Emersonian 3, 4; Hockey Team 2; Winter Weekend Committee 2; Hazing Committee 2. RUTH ANN WOEHR Ruth B.A. English Scribe 3; Sailing Club 4; Dorm Council 3; Associa te Aid to Speech Therapy 3, 4; Dean’s List 3; Transfer Student 3. CAROL WOLF Wolfie B.A. Theatre Arts Public Production Theatre I, 2, 3, 4. 73 JULIET ANNE WY BRANTS Lady B.S. in Speech Theatre Arts Public Production Theatre 1, 2, 3. JOAN YESELSON Jouni B.S. in Speech Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; Debate, Secretary 1; Vice-President 2; International Relations Soci- ety, Secretary 1; Vice-President 2; Dorm Council 2; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 2, 3; Debate Award 2. ROBERT DAVID ZUBATSKY Znbie B.S. in Speech Broadcasting Emersonian, Photography Editor 4; Transfer from Kendall College. 74 75 raw WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 1 jd Lai Not pictured: MOONEYNE JACKSON and PAUL JAMPOLSKY. 76 Student Scholarship and Service Participation and Leadership Citizenship and Promise for the Future . . . These outstanding students have been awarded the honor of being chosen to represent Emerson College. RICHARD RAPITI, GAYNELLE GRIFFIN, THOMAS GREENBLATT, ARTHUR LEVINE, PATRICIA MORRISSEY, RICHARD LEONARD, BRUCE BARBIERI, DOUGLAS ARBETMAN, JON STIERWALT, WENDY WAIFE, CAROL ROSTON, JAN- ELLEN JACOBS, MARCEY RUBIN, FRANK NAPAL, JOSEPH BOREN, WILLIAM KLOPER, ALAN COOPER, PAUL BECK, RANDOLPH BROOKSBANK, LAWRENCE LENTZ, MOONEYNE JACKSON, AND PAUL JAMPOLSKY. 77 78 80 82 LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT I, GLENN ALTERMAN, do hereby leave the Emerson family just what I came in with; a half smile, just a bit of determination, and a torn suitcase that has never really been anywhere. I, HARLAN R. BAKER, do hereby leave my standard stage diction to the Speech Department, and my old Necco Wafer candy wrappers to Ceci Hart, Ollie Boston, and Mary Shortkroff. 1. KENNETH BEAUCHENE, do hereby leave the ideas extraneous, and the thoughts not written down . . . I. PAUL R. BECK, do hereby leave the official Emerson College white elephant, an RCA TK-10 named " Bertha " on the second floor of 1 30 Beacon Street. I, LARRY BLANK, do hereby leave WERS all its master keys, as well as all the master keys to the Student Union which everyone has been looking for, for the past year. Duplicates have been made. 1. JOE BOREN, do hereby leave the opportunity for all Emersonians to study under Dr. Zacharis, Mr. Littlefield, and Mr. Marderosian; the happiness I have found in Alpha Pi Theta to all my Brothers; self-confidence to my Brother Hootie because he has all the qualities of a great man; and I take the Theta Queen. 1. JANE ELLEN BRONSTE1N, do hereby leave as little as possible at Emerson; I want to take it with me. I. RANDOLPH W. BROOKSBANK, do hereby leave to Bruce Behan two more years of a glorious life at Mrs. Desmond ' s Rest Home, " The Switchboard " , and to the Brothers of Phi Alpha Tau many thanks for making my last two years at Emerson the best ever. 1. SHARON BROWN, do hereby leave to President Richard Chapin, the blueprint for the new gymnasium, including the plans for the revolving sauna bath on the top; to William Corbett, Jay Gatsby ' s silver shirt with a gold tie and a pink suit. 1. WILL CASE, do hereby leave my curve ball to Dickie Pleasants, my hair to Pete Dierks and Coleman C. Bender, and my old Little Richard Albums to Mr. Pettit. I, GAIL CASWELL, do hereby leave my widely varying “s” echoing wildly through the halls of the Speech Clinic in hopes that it may someday be caught and tamed; also to “100 " , a kitten, with w ishes for many warm and furry nights. 1. MARCY ELLEN COHEN, do hereby leave to Kris Street, because of her loyalty and devotion during a time of need, the right to counsel me in all my future problems (Good Luck Kris!) and one tube of Ultrabrite toothpaste to maintain that everlasting smile. 1, ALAN I. COOPER, do hereby leave the strong influence of Theta and Kappa; to Ken Rosenbaum, the love and brotherhood passed down to me from Bloce; a stack of Junior Prom pictures; an unabridged edition of " How 1 Lost an Election " ; and all my love and thanks to Donna, Marlene and Nancy. I. MAYNARD CROSSMAN, do hereby leave, my morality to Pete Dierks, my jump shots to Dave Bornstein, six beautiful Frosh to Mr. Buck, a Ph.D. in the art of pocket billiards to Joseph Caputa, and most of all 20 clean tables to Emma. I. BONNIE CYPEN, do hereby leave Mrs. Roget, a book of her own; Robin, “Eddie My Love”; Toby, shorter skirts; Marsha I,., a new pair of legs; Vicki, happiness; Marcia W., Dr. Bruce; Bonnie. Ceil, and all the sisters of KTX memories of Mrs. Beasley, and much happiness and success in the future. 84 I, BRUCE DEAN, do hereby leave the guides on Copley guided tourbuses, an abstract about Emerson College that tells it like it really is. I, STAN DEUTSCH, do hereby leave my dear FHBGH to RDGRTNY T. FERNDOCK, for the purpose of BDRLBJ and FLEMBDRELGH, all his live-long ZARBUP. Thanks again RDGRTNY! 1, DEBRA DOUDEN, do hereby leave a Phi Alpha Tau pin to any Zeta who wants it. I, GEORGE ELLARD, do hereby leave WERS to the next victim, with best wishes, good intentions, innumerable failures, and a semester’s supply of spare records to break or throw onto Storrow Drive, as the occasion merits, and last but not least my slightly used bottle of Pepto Bismol. I, JUDI FICHTNER, do hereby leave Emerson College, eating and sleeping my way to Broadway. I, ROBERT FINE, do hereby leave the following advice to the undergraduate students, “Don’t take life too seriously because you’re not about to get out of it alive.” I, DEBORAH FINEBERG, do hereby leave the YMCA to more enthusiastically athletic Emerson girls. I, JUDITH S. FRIEDMAN, do hereby leave my effervescence, energy, enthusiasm and my “e”nterpretive dancing to six front. I, INGRID GLUZMAN, do hereby leave memories of hours of worthwhile waiting outside the Theatre Arts Department door; the impossible Peter Pan; the cell; and to Pat, many hours of sleep. I, TOM GREENBLATT, do hereby leave my sincere thanks to all my Brothers for making this year, “The Year of Tau”. I leave with many fine memories of Emerson, Phi Alpha Tau, and Marcey. I, THOMAS ALEXANDER GUGANIG, do hereby leave with what’s left of a mental and physical constitution, that has withstood the last four years, to Larry Kimball. I, MARTHA HENRY, do hereby leave Hope Stuart my Charlie Brown comic strip; C D Realty, and a can opener. I, HELAINE G. HURWITZ, do hereby leave all my candles burning; both ends at once. I, HENI HYMAN, would not leave this place a thing. I, MOONYENE JACKSON, do hereby leave my Afro to all future Black Students, wear it with pride. I, JAN JACOBS, do hereby leave a quad and four years of Emerson College for Greener pastures. I, GEORGE B. KARFIOL, do hereby leave all the ping-pong balls that I used at the Union, so as to keep up the school’s fine reputation in the sport. I, SHERRY KATZ, do hereby leave Emerson College this sagacious, seminiferous, sedate, sanctimonious, supercilious, surreptitious, inspirational, sentimental conceit: “Be kind to animals.” I, WILLIAM KLOPER, do hereby leave the Dean of Students office all ten volumes of my new book The Emerson College Catalogue Supplement on Student Affairs; Mr. Pettit, my vocal chords in “phamaldrihide” to show off to the Freshman Chorus members, and the cross-country team, hope for an undefeated season next year — even if we do run against Radcliff, Fisher, Katy Gibbs and the YMCA. I, SUE KOHN, do hereby leave my neat room in 100 to Randy, my red booties to Susan Fern, my matches to Queen Carla, therapy to Cathy, the phone to those on six rear who died in vain waiting 85 for calls, and all my courses to future freshmen. 1. DIANA LEKUS, do hereby leave to Dr. James R. Randall a podium and a personally autographed picture of Albert Schweitzer; to Dr. Lloyd J. Lanich my notes from History of the Theatre and a complete set of plays by Eugene O ' Neill. I. LAWRENCE H. LENTZ, do hereby leave all the S.G.A. financial worries to Lucy Jones to try to figure out, and to Dr. Amato and Dennis Humphrey, one small, but very busy A-V Department. 1 leave with many memories and experiences of E.C. and her “family”, but most of all I hope to leave with Lauren. 1. AL LEONE, do hereby leave my autographed copy of “Mama Leone’s Cooking Hints” to the Emerson College Library; a lot of fond memories for all the new freshmen to share; and a big thank you to Phi Alpha Tau. I, ARTHUR A. LEVINE, do hereby leave one book that everyone can find in the Abbot Memorial Library; a warning to my roommates, Ricky and Doug, that they’re on their own now; and to Daddy, a wealthy sick friend. 1, HARRIET LIFSHOTZ, do hereby leave Mr. McAllister the gun that killed Bonnie Parker, and to the Education Department, an experimental school to aid in student teaching difficulties. I, ARDENE F. LYONS, do hereby leave a round trip Allegheny Airlines ticket from Boston to Ph illy to any girl who wants a jet-set romance. I, WILLIAM MICHAEL MAHER, do hereby leave two pair of worn out dancing shoes to Mr. Albert Pesso and Mr. Arthur Perry; the Emerson College Educational Dance Company to Emerson College and 442 worn out toothbrushes to the Brothers of Tau and Ginny Wheeler. I, MANDY MANN, do hereby leave exactly as I came in: short, skinny and broke — and my love to Robert who’s made it all worthwhile. I, DEBRA MATTLER, do hereby leave, educational incompetency forever, I hope!; love to all my dedicated teachers; a typewriter to the Broadcasting Department, and a chair for the future proctors of 100 Beacon Street. I, ALAN MERSON, do hereby leave, one cheeseburger to Emma, a famous walk, a refusal for the administration to sell the field house at M.I.T., and to my one and only, everything that I can possibly leave in this beautiful college. I, MICHAEL MOLOVINSKY, do hereby leave with Patti. I. PATRICIA MOLOVINSKY, do hereby leave with Michael. I, PAT MORRISSEY, do hereby leave my homebrew in the cellar and creme de menthe pie in the 150 Beacon icebox; a tulip to a wild Italian Rose; and a forever special place in my heart to the Zeta Phi Eta sisterhood: I take with me a Hampshire Housefull of “unique” presents; memories of the greatest “babes” and “blazers, patches and pins” in the world; a deep love for Emerson people . . . and one last thing, “Bye, fellas!” I. DELLA MOSER, do hereby leave all the charts I have made or ever will make to the Theatre Arts Department. 1. DEBBIE MURPHY, do hereby leave my broken car and the 603 doorknob to Lee Schofield; my appetite to Roslyn Cohn; and the bathroom at 7:30 A.M. to Phyllis Cosloy. I. FRANK NAPAL, do hereby leave my brothers all the love they deserve; Dr. Zacharis, Mr. Marderosian, and Mr. Littlefield, a note of thanks; Mr. Nicole, my wine bottle; and Pickle a great 86 future. I, JANE NEWMAN, do hereby leave to Emerson College, a campus, a dorm quad, a gym and a library; a copy of my father’s latest study, my mother’s first book, my tight throat, New York regionalism and love to Mr. Crannell and Mr. Hollingworth. I, LOUIS NEWMAN, do hereby leave my infamous looks to Barry Freedman, a warm, bare, spot on the front wall of 1 30 to anyone who wants it, my bad jokes to anyone who will take them, and to my brothers of Alpha Pi Theta one truly unique and unforgettable experience. I, SURENNA ORFORD, do hereby leave to the Emerson dining hall a cookbook — “365 Ways to Cook Nauseating Meals Without Even Trying”; and to all students forced to eat there, a full year’s supply of bicarbonate of soda, and my utmost sympathy. I, RICHARD K. POOLE, do hereby leave a small fortune in dimes to the Beacon Street parking meters. God Bless the Hub!! I, RICHARD DAVID RAPITI, do hereby leave the Golden-Bound Volume of Gossip willed to me by Charlie Rosen to Steve Aronowitz, knowing that he will find it very beneficial ... to Mrs. Desmond one used plug and a book on “Telephone Etiquette” and to Emerson College — the name of “Pucky”, symbolizing four years of friendships and cherished memories. I, ELLEN RESNIKOFF, do hereby leave the “sneeze” in “Resnisneeze” to the Brothers of Phi Alpha Tau, in hopes that it will blow their minds and help them to keep up the fine work they have done for Emerson. I, RIKI RITTER, do hereby leave Susie Turco in search of our tradition and to the girls of 86 Marborough my sanity and a promise for next November. I, BILL ROBINSON, do hereby leave Emerson College and all my New England Resistance friends in the broadcasting department with the thought that we have to “face the music” sometime. You can’t run forever — join the establishment!! I, CAROL ROSTON, do hereby leave a swimming pool to Mandy Mann and much love to the sisters of Kappa Gamma Chi. I, MARCEY J. RUBIN, do hereby leave my joy, excitement and love for Zeta Phi Eta to the greatest sisters in the world, a giggle to the wonderful guys of Phi Alpha Tau, and gratitude to Emerson College for giving me the cherished memories of four years. I, LAUREL F. SANFORD, do hereby leave my fat behind. I, ANTOINETTE SARNO, do hereby leave “A Tear and A Smile.” I, ROGER SHAPIRO, do hereby leave one gigantic Excedrin Headache to any Emersonian who so desires it! I, MARK SIDWEBER, do hereby leave to whomever wants it, Zales Jewelers, America’s largest diamond merchants with over 800 stores across the United States in 49 states and expanding rapidly, where everyday Zales prices are salesprices. I, JUDY SIGLER, do hereby leave my sincere hope that the tremendous potential of the broadcasting department shall one day be reached. I, DAVID SITEK, do hereby leave to the Speech Department three 19th Century Villains, and to Mr. Crannell “The Graduate School Blues.” I, JON J. STIERWALT, do hereby leave Judy to Coop; a greek born under the same star as an Italian; a mid-nite trip to P.R.; the greatest bunch of guys God has ever created — my brothers; an 87 undeserving grade from Mamma, a friend from Hollywood; dreams I ' ve shared with Ronnie soon to become reality; and part of my heart. I. THOMAS SUTLIFFE, do hereby leave my masculine body, fair hair and virginity to all future brothers of Phi Alpha Tau Fraternity! 1. TOM TENNANT, do hereby leave a capable basketball “pivot " man to Mike Bolger, a Chelsea sour to Phi Alpha Tau ' s “Big Bidness " Executive Board, and a list of my “quickie dates " to the sisters of Zeta Phi Eta. 1. MARION JOAN WACHTEL, do hereby leave to Renee Houle, one Moose, Phi Mu, and a lot of happy memories as private secretaries to the Lamb and the Bull. I, WENDY L. WAIFE, do hereby leave 271, 100, and 190 Beacon Street for Urban Redevelopment, my spool ies, “chocolate,” " traumas, " and love to M. Goodbody, Legwoman, “Tobless " and " Vickless” and all my wonderful Kappa sisters; and I leave E.C. for G.E.M. 1. BURTT E. WARREN 111, do hereby leave my friends the endless joy, frustration, happiness, and experience and love we have tasted in our relationships — AMEN. I. JANICE WASSERMAN, do hereby leave my proctorship to anyone who can get the doors closed at night, and every fountain at Emerson College to Susan Borks. I. JULIET WYBRANTS, do hereby leave Love. I. JOAN ELLEN YESELSON, do hereby leave short weeks, longest weekends, creeky clinic steps, and dear and good friends who will follow. I. ROBERT ZUBATSKY. do hereby leave my sunglasses to all the teachers who thought I was cheating, and my camera to the next photography editor, hoping he can also make Newsweek Magazine. Signed and Sealed, January first , nineteen hundred and sixty -nine. 88 89 • O 92 93 IN APPRECIATION Leslie McAllister 94 P fa P ° P 0 a o « 0 Ron ; S. Long, L. Schofield, M. Guilford, G. Wolman, M. Fleck, N. Sugarman, S. Kates, A. Rosett, T. Meyerhoff, M. Monus. Row 2: P. Mitchell, P. Horowitz, S. Borks, M. Leme rise, Vice-President; B. Kelman, President; T. Blumenfeld, Secretary; M. Werboff, Treasurer; T. Rudkin, M. Kaufmann, H. Copenhagen. Row 3: R. Sosny, E. Werner, G. Metzker, D. Boyd, R. Valente, R. Steinberg, S. Cohen, M. Houlihan, A. Steiner, L. Orabone, L. Stiller, M. Greenberg, S. Murphy, N. Fisher, D. DeMesquita. Row 4: L. Kimball, B. Korkin, D. Cam- panella, D. Kamin, R. Kuzminski, S. Feldman, R. Friedler, A. Farnum, P. Sullivan. E. Baron, J. Goodman, J. Leisher. CLASS OF 70 The Junior Class is a spirited group of individuals all aiming for one specific goal: making the most of their academic and social lives while keeping a sharp eye on the future. The Junior Class highlights Emerson’s year with two exciting events — The Junior Vaudeville Show and the always beautiful and exciting Junior Prom. 96 Row 1: H. Rosenfield, J. Garrick, Secretary; Zukroff, C. President; A. Shaio, Vice-President; B. Pieper, Treasurer; N. Blank, J. Cover. Row 2: B. Lake, K. Karten, R. Wexler, L. Kam, P. Foley, L. Wachtenheim, E. Krenzis, C. Kent. Row 3: D. Ludwig, V. Norris, D. Wolfson, S. Myer, B. Behan, B. Cutler, M. Weill. CLASS OF 71 Row I R. Feingold, R. Brooks, R. Safire, L. Stavetsky, P. Bertsch, M. Halpern, J. Ginzberg, A. Zaremba, E. Bickoff. Row 2: B. Manning, M. Sullivan, J. Hyman, M, Applebaum, G. Barowsky, D. Alexander, J. Chafitz, D. Archer, L. Schultz, R. Benak. Row 3: J. Caputa, B. Freedman, J. Simpson, D. Kaufman, M. Romano, K. Rosenbaum, A. Jacobs, S. Houseman, M. Connor, R. Deamer, I. Goldstone. CLASS OF 71 The Sophomore Class this year presented Emerson College with a new and unique Hazing Program. T his program kicked off the fun and excitement that goes with being a Sophomore. I he most exciting social event of the Class of 1971 was their fun- filled weekend in February — Winter Weekend. The Sophomore Class, under the leadership of Carl Zukroff, is a class with overflowing enthusiasm and participation in the social and Academic life of Emerson College. 98 Row 1: N. Smales, G. Lorber, L. Ellenberg, B. Rosenthal, Vice-President; S. Ostrow, Presi- dent; M. Yudin, Treasurer; D. Berger, N. Gollinger, S. Rendall, S. Baker, F. Bach. Row 2: J. Pichnarcik, J. Spahr, F. Feldman, M. Dowe, P. Reinherd, D. Shelby, J. Conk, R. Balter, D. Strandquisf, A. Raichelle, N. Humphreys. Row 3: T. Cannon, M. Barbet, L. Kornblau, H. Klein, J. Margolis, H. Lapides, M. Vanni, F. Faust, R. Pimes, P. Rocy, E. Schreiber. CLASS OF 72 99 Row 1: C. Potts, D. Cramer, R. Byers, J. Panciern, C. Seley, J. Kiley, S. Sloane, G. Grande, F. Huntington, M. Lorenzo, S. Johnson. Row 2: R. Corby, S. Kaufman, M. Plotkin, C. Gardiner, R. Cohen, S. Krauss, S. Dunne, L. Williams, B. Matlick, L. Lutzky, D. Taylor, C. Mason, S. Lipkin, K. Schnittke, L. Heyman. Row 3: J. DeCicco, S. Berlad, P. Weiser, E. Symkus, D. Tanney, G. Ogle, P. Smith, P. Treengoross, S. Cory, M. Kelman, M. Barnes, N. Rubinstein, J. Stellefson. The Freshman Class are fledglings in the workings of the school and its organization. The selection of class officers is therefore one of the most important decisions a class makes during the year. The class officers are assigned their positions for the purpose of organizing and guiding their class and to represent the ideas and desires of every class member. The Freshman Class strives to become an efficient working part of the Emerson Family. 100 STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION Row 1: Frank Napal, President; Myra Greenberg, Secretary; Larry Lentz, Treasurer. Row 2: Carl ZuckrofF, Sophomore Class President; Burt Kelman, Junior Class President; Steve Ostrow. Freshman Class President; Joseph Boren, Senior Class President. The Student Government Association is the most vital and integral part of all Emerson activities. Its purpose is to serve the student body as a liaison between the student and the Administration. SGA plans and coordinates Freshman Orientation, sets up the students activities calendar, and allocates funds to student organizations. This year, under the able leadership of Frank Napal, the student-faculty liaison was strengthened and the Emerson student body was heard. 102 Row 1: M. Amenta, E. Werner, R. Wexler, L. Gayle, M. Jackson, B. Cutler, V. Norris. Row 2: M. Kelman, T. Greenblatt, D. Kasabian, L. Schofield, D. Kamin, A. Levine, E. Schreiber. Row 3: D. Campanella, M. Romano, A. Cooper, R, Brooksbank, B. Pieper, L. Newman, J. Margolis, B. Barbieri. REPRESENTATIVE ASSEMBLY 103 ASSOCIATE AID TO SPEECH THERAPY Row I: E. Werner, W. Waife, C. Roston. Row 2: F. Napal, J. Stierwalt, A. Cooper. In existence now for three years, AAST functions in two ways: to give service that meets the needs of the Robbins Speech and Hearing Center and, to inspire interest among the student body to become future members of the parent organization, Aid to Speech Therapy, after graduation. 104 Row 1: S. Gulesserian, T. Rudkin, R. Cohen, M. Gross, J. Brodeur. Row 2: C. Street, L. Thaw, M. Halpern, T. Sherman, N. Carpentar. Row 3: N. Humphrey, P. Smith, B. Warren, W. Bernheim, L. Kormblau, G. Barowsky. BERKELEY BEACON With a desire to serve and inform the College, the Berkeley Beacon this year took a step forward. Under the leadership of Editor Paul Jampolsky, new and exciting innovations in the newspaper were born. This year the publication not only kept the student body aware of Inter-College news, it branched out and touched the political, social, and economic news of interest to the mature and growing college student. 105 Row I R Shapiro, Vice-President; T. SutlifFe, President: R. Brooksbank, Secretary. Row 2: A. I cone. T. Tennant, Treasurer; W. Kioper, A. Levine, Business Manager. BOOSTER CLUB Without the Booster Club, the Emerson students would not be aware of upcoming College athletic events. Its purpose is to create greater awareness of athletics among the students. Our rapidly growing Athletic Department this year kept the Club working very hard. 106 The struggle of the Black people throughout the world is to overthrow political, economic, educational, and social oppression. Black Power is the war they wage in order to once again regain control over their minds and lives. Black students on campus’ all over the country are uniting in the Afro-American Liberation struggle; seeking to be a viable instrument through which all brothers and sisters in the communities as well as on the campus, can speak. “OUR THEME — Undying love for our brothers. OUR GOAL — Peace and Power for all Black People.” EBONI is Emerson ' s Afro-American Organization. 107 FORENSICS Row 1: D. Kimball, Treasurer; M. Judkins. Secretary; J. Boren, President; G. Griffin. Row 2: P. Meade, D. Kamin, F. Napal, S. Myers. In 1892, Emerson College met Boston University in one of the first intercollegiate debates in the United States. Exactly 76 years later, the Class of " 69 continued the tradition as Frank Napal and Joe Boren won four debates at Boston University and subsequently brought home a first place speaker trophy. The Forensic Society is long in tradition, a tradition that they hope to continue. 108 GOLD KEY Row 1: S. Long, T. Rudkin, G. Griffin, D. Mattler, Secretary; J. Jacobs, President; D. Neigher, Treasurer; M. Greenberg, Parliamentarian; M. Hoodkiss, T. Ertischek. Row 2: G. A. Wolman, D. Ludwig, R. Silverman, J. Bronstein, R. SaFire, S. Cohen, P. Morrissey, L. Slavetsky, A. Steiner, L. Orabone, B. Cutler, D. MacArthur, M. Cohen. Row 3: A. Levine, B. Dean, K. MacKesson, B. Pieper, D. Sitek, A. Farnum, C. Zukroff, M. Sullivan, M. Glaser. Students who have maintained a high academic average while displaying an interest in the College through their extra-curricular activities, are inducted as members into the Gold Key Society. This is Emerson’s Honor Society. Gold Key members assist in Freshman Orientation, Alumni Weekend, Parent’s Weekend, and Commencement. 109 HILLEL Row I F Werner, I) Neighcr. President; J. Friedman, Secretary; M. Glaser, Treasurer; R. Pimev Vice-President; II Levine. Row 2: E. Schreibcr, R. Shapiro, W. Kloper, C. Munster, D. Arbetman, A. Levine. I he Emerson H i I lei Group functions under the counselorship of the Hillel Foundation at Boston University I he aim of Hillel is to inspire love of Jewish learning and spirit in all persons. I 10 INTER- FAITH Silling: M. Judkins, President. Standing: T. Sutliffe, D. Neigher, Vice-President. The Inter-Faith Council was established in order to bring about better understanding between the three religious organizations at Emerson. The Council coordinates all activities between the three religious organizations and serves as a clearing house for all problems or questions that might arise. 1 1 1 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS SOCIETY Row I E Werner, T. SutlifFe, B. Warren. President; D. Neigher, J. Ginsburg. Row 2: C. Munster, A. Leone, Mrs. Mode, J. Bobrow, D. Arbetman, A. Levine. The International Relations Society serves the Emerson family by acquainting the student body with international affairs, international ideology, and international cultures. Each year the Society participates in the United Nations Model Assembly. 112 Row 1: Mr. L. Riendeau, Advisor; S. Murphy, Secretary; M. Kaufman, Treasurer; R. Friedler, President. Row 2: A. Rosett, J. Friedman, W. Merryman, S. Kates, H. Lifshotz. Row 3: M. Glaser, W. Kloper, D. Arbetman, A. Levine, R. Sosny. M.E.S.A. is a student organization designed to help and guide those students planning a career as teachers. 113 NEWMAN CLUB Row 1 P. Mitchell, S. White. P. Morrissey, Secretary-Treasurer; M. Judkins, President; T. Guganig, Vice-President; P. Sullivan. Row 2: J. Lynch, P. Bowe, P. Beck, B. Carey, C. Munster, G. LaFleur, S. Murphy. Keeping Roman Catholic students in Colleges and Universities throughout the country is the goal of Newman Apostolate. True Christian love plays the most vital part in the Club ' s activity. 1 14 PERSPECTUS MAGAZINE Row 1: E. Thierry, Staff Artist; M. Bartfield, Editor-in-Chief; J. Rose, S. White. Row 2: M. Gale, M. Sidweber, Mr. L. Holcomb, Faculty Advisor; C. Munster, M. Messinger, Photogra- pher. Perspectus Magazine is the project of Mr. Holcomb’s Journalism Practicum class. The journalism students write, edit, and distribute the magazine themselves. 115 SAILING CLUB Row 1: E. Baron, M. Sullivan, A. Leone, Treasurer; M. Messinger, Commodore; Mrs. Mode, Mr. Phillips, Faculty Advisor; L. Lentz. Co-Commodore; L. Stiller, J. McSorley, K. Street. Row 2: R. Foley, T. Cannon. J. Reed. R. Kuzminski, J. Nordly, E. Werner, S. Wallman, J. Ginsburg, P Sullivan. R. Benok, S. Lust, P. Beck. S. Corey. Row 3: J. Glaserow, W. Kloper, G. Grossman, E. Malm, D. Welsh, C. Munster, A. Levine. T. Sutliffe, D. Arbetman, P. Reinhard. The Emerson College Sailing Club has long been one of the largest and most popular organizations in the College. The club provides its members with sailing instruction and many exciting races. The ' ‘fleet " of the club is comprised of two fiberglass Fins, six Checkmate sloops, and a Boston Whaler. SCRIBE Row 1: H. L. Becker, Art Editor; M. Judkins, Secretary-Treasurer; J. Davi s, Editor-in-Chief; M. Auerbach, Secretary. Row 2: N. Sugarman, G. Merritt, T. Lux, J. Newman, G. LaFleur. Scribe is Emerson’s Literary Magazine. Its aim: . . To present a well-balanced cross-section of articles, stories, poems, and sketches . . Any student is eligible to submit his writings or art-work to the magazine. This year’s Scribe was the best received and most popular issue so far. 117 SOCIAL SERVICE Row 1 : D. Arbetman, Vice-President; S. White, H. Lifshotz, Founder; A. Levine, Treasurer. Row 2: E. Werner, S. Murphy, C. Munster, M. Werboff, M. Kaufman. Founded last year by H arriet Lifshotz, an Emerson student, the Social Service Committee is a volunteer tutoring organization. The function of the committee is to provide academic help to those who need it. In doing so they not only help others but also grow in personal fulfillment by learning about people and problems. 118 SPEECH CHOIR Row 1: Miss Matthews, Director; Mrs. Mode, C. Bures, M. Glaser, Treasurer; R. Valente, Secretary; A. Farnum, President; Miss Westervelt, Director. Row 2: S. Turco, A. Lyons, E. Vassos, S. Cohen, P. Bowe, V. Bross, D. Moser, S. Gulesserian. Row 3: C. Harris, C. Neff, L. Roach, M. Jordan, S. Dunne, J. Sonion. The Emerson College Speech Choir has delighted audiences since it first began. The Choir can be found entertaining at many various events throughout the college — Christmas and Spring Convocations, Founder’s Day Weekend. 119 STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Row I: V. Bross, R. Brooksbank, Treasurer; P. Stanley. Row 2: K. Webster, T. Tennent, D. Shaw, R. Houle. Formed to interest Protestant students in their faith, the Student Christian Association helps its members build and strengthen brotherhood by working and worshipping together. 120 WECB Row 1: B. Dean, Promotion Manager; A. Uslan, Public Relations; J. Ginsburg, Traffic Manager; J. Conlee, Production Manager; B. Korkin, Program Director; L. Roach, Station Manager; Mr. Phillips, Faculty Advisor; J. Rose, Chief Engineer; D. Alexander, News Direc- tor. Row 2: J. Sawyer. D. Taylor, R. Deamer, E. Symkus, A. Raichelle, M. Werboff, J. Conk, J. Goodin. H. Petrella, N. Rubinstein, D. Weston, J. Brodeyr. Row 3: M. Barbet, N. Hum- phreys, P. Reinhard, D. Woolfson, C. Ally, D. Berman, C. Bures, D. Gewertz, G. Prymak. S. Ostrow, D. Kaufman, F. Faust, T. Cannon. WECB is the “voice” of Emerson College — a closed circuit radio station that entertains the student body with popular Rock and news throughout the day. 121 WERS-FM Kneeling: J Keefer, R. Houle, D. Wolfson, S. White, J. Ginsburg. Row 2: Mrs. A. Sinton, Faculty Advisor; D. Sitek, A. Cooper, Pop Music Director; J. Rose, Classical Music Director; F Malm, Program Director; G. Ellard. Station Manager; R. Brooksbank, News Director; R. Rapiti. Associate News Director; T. Tennant. Associate Sports Director; R. Poole, Production Supervisor Row 3: M. Messinger, A. Levine, M. Alter, P. Morrison, A. Jacobs, G. Grossman, A Leone, I Kimball, I Belliveau, T. Greenblatt, P. Beck, S. Aronowitz, C. Zukroff, L. Roach, J. Goodman, D. Alexander, T. Cannon. Row 4: L. Cartwright, W. Merryman, C. Ally, D Burman, G. Prymak, D. Shaw, P. Swanson, C. Bures. I Leisher, D. Gewertz, M. WerbofT, H. Kneller. D. Campanella, J. Goodin. This student operated FM station serves the Greater Boston Community with popular and classical music. WERS-FM is highly successful and the Emerson student body should be proud of its accomplishments. 122 WERS-TV Row 1: I. Goldstone, Chief Technician; D. Campanello, Assistant Film Director; D. Kamin, News Director; J. Keefer, Mr. G. Quenzell, Director of Television; Mr. C. Ceragno, Director of Engineering; D. Ceragno, L. Kimball, Film Director; E. Baron. Row 2: L. Slack, D. Martin, J. Belliveau, Chief VideoTape Technician; F. Miller, M. Phantom, P. Beck. B. Behan, L. Roach, T. Guganig, T. Marlowe. Row 3: N. Rubenstein, G. Grossman, C. Ally, G. Prymak. G. Ellard, J. Leisher, J. Rose, P. Reinhard, M. Messinger. WERS-TV is the closed circuit television station of Emerson College. With the slogan “Student Experience First”, student directors and all members of the television practicum class, are given the opportunity to direct every type of show offered. Discussion panels, game shows, news, weather, sports, and “masterpieces” were all a part of the programming schedule this year. Row 1: R. Reed, S. Deutsch, E. Resnikoff, Station Man- ager; R. Hillman, D. Wachs. Row 2: D. J. Diomides, R. Fine, S. Boyd, C. Gray, D. Hnatio. 123 Row 1 M. Messinger, J. Goodman, C. Cominos, J. Hyman, E. Baron. Row 2: Mr. Peckham, Advisor and Coach; B. Warren, A. Cameron, G. Karfiol, D. Bornstein, M. Gale. VARSITY CLUB 124 INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL Row 1 T. Greenblatt, Vice-President; R. Leonard, President; J. Boren, Secretary. Row 2: T. Sutliffe, R. Laver. K. Sinhart, Treasurer; L. Newman. The Inter-Fraternity Council has the responsibility of providing for good communication between the campus fraternities. It consists of the president and a representative of each of the four fraternities. One of the main functions of I.F.C. is the coordination of pledge periods, eligibility requirements for pledging, and maintenance of academic standards during pledging. 126 PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL Row 1: C Roston, Vice-President; M. Rubin, President. Row 2: R. Silverman, B. Carey, P. Stanley, Secretary. Serving the best interests of Emerson and the College sororities at all times, is the purpose of the Pan-Hellenic Council. The President from each sorority serves as an officer in annual rotation. The Executive Council is comprised of these officers and a rush representative from each s orority. The Executive Council serves as a clearing house which coordinates all rules for rushing. Each sorority determines the length of its pledge period and the activities that take place. 127 ALPHA PI THETA Row I F. Napal, D. Bornstein, Treasurer; A. Cooper, Vice-President; J. Boren, President; L. Newman, Secretary; I Stierwalt. Row 2: M. Sullivan, Mr. Oliverio, Mr. Holcomb, J. Shcvlin, D. Kamin, M. Romano, B. Barbieri. Row J: B. Pieper, I). Shaw, K. Rosenbaum, C. Munster, P. Sullivan. Not Pictured: B. Reiman, B. Freedman, H. Holmes. A Fraternal Organization for brotherhood and social involvement, Alpha Pi Theta is noted for producing wholesome brotherhood and a fun-filled social atmosphere among many outstanding Emerson students. “Theta” draws its brothers from diversified backgrounds. A Gold Brick, a Green Blazer, and a Straw Hat starts the Theta brother oil on an exciting adventure in brotherhood. 128 UMW 129 KAPPA GAMMA CHI Row I R. Bishop, H. Rosenfield, M. Hoodkiss, D. Moser. Row 2: J. Fichtner, M. Greenberg, Treasurer; W. Waife, Recording Secretary; C. Roston, M. Lemerise, President; S. Hertzberg, B. Cypen. Row 3 T. Blumenfeld, G. A. Wolman. Vice-President; A. Berliner, H. Horowitz, L. Wachenheim, D. Ludwig, G. Metzger, H. Straka, M. Weill, L. Kozen, J. Biller. Row 4: E. Werner, V Norris. J. Ginsburg, L. Shuman, C. Stamler, M. Robbins, M. Amenta, D. Boyd, Corresponding Secretary; L. Hendel. The Kappa Gamma Chi Sorority sets its goals on the development of ideal womanhood through love, loyalty, trust, and harmony. Kappa considers this goal as it’s strongest foundation. I he sisters of the sorority live in their own house on Beacon Street — a house where the door is open to all — a place of warmth, love, and true sisterhood. 130 131 PHI ALPHA TAU Row I R Rapiti, D. Alexander. M. Messinger, Treasurer; D. Arbetman, Recording Secretary; T. Greenblatt, President; T. SutlifFe. Vice-President; R. Brooksbank, Corresponding Secretary; F Tennant, P Beck. Row 2: Mr. James Contis, Advisor; T. Smith, E. Matthews, I. Goldstone, L Roach, A Leone, L. Tinkoff. A. Levine, J. Gilgun, H. Comstock. Row 3: E. Baron, R. Sha- piro. M. WerbotT. R Jones. L. Lentz, W. Maher, A. Saxton. B. Behan, M. Applebaum. Not Pic- Baron, R Shapiro, M. Werboff. R. Jones, L. Lentz. W. Maher, A Saxton, B. Behan, M. turcd: P. Cleveland. D. deMesquita, S. Aronowitz, J. Byer. Phi Alpha Tau is a national professional communicative arts fraternity that has existed at Emerson for 67 years. Tau pursues it’s goal of brotherhood through sponsoring many events that serve the community. Perhaps the best known service of Phi Alpha Tau is the Joseph Ponnor Award, which this year was presented to Speaker John W. McCormack on December 15, 1968. 32 133 PHI MU GAMMA Row 1: M. Cohen, Vice-President; P. Stanley, President; M. Fleck, Treasurer. Row 2: R. Houle, R Silverman, P. Bertsch, D. Brooks, J. Jacobs. Phi Mu Gamma, founded at Emerson in 1930, is an International Fine Arts Sorority whose goal is to instill loyalty among its members and to cultivate mental and artistic development. This year the Sisters enjoyed a new home on Beacon Street which was the center of their many activities. The sisters of Phi Mu Gamma want to wish all graduating seniors the best of luck for the future. 134 RHO DELTA OMEGA Row I: P. Steiner, Vice-President; R. Leonard, President; M. Sidweber, Treasurer; D. Maturi, Secretary. Row 2: G. Pomeroy, P. Gaines, D. Berman, D. Archer. Not Pictured: C. Ally, G. Girand, G. Woods. Founded in 1948. Rho Delta Omega is a social fraternity. The embodiment of Rho Delta Omega ' s ideals is the serving of mankind by the promotion of the concept of brotherhood. The highlight of the Rho Delt social year is the annual Dream Girl Ball which is held in November each year. 136 137 ZETA PHI ETA Row I M. Judkins, M. Rubin. President; P. Morrissey, Vice-President; J. Cover. Row 2: D. Douden. L. Sanford, Corrsponding Secretary; B. Casey, Treasurer; M. Halpern, R. Valente, Recording Secretary. With pride . . . The Alpha Chapter of Zeta Phi Eta, the oldest national professional Sorority for women in the Speech Arts and Sciences, continues its tradition service to Emerson . . . service to the community . . . and dedication to the Speech Field. 138 139 LAMBDA PSI PI Seated; k Sinhart, President; D. levins. Historian. Standing: R. Laver, C ' enturian. 140 Row 1: L. Brown, G. Ellard, Vice-President; G. Grossman, President; S. Deutsch, Secretary; R. Poole. Row 2: D. Martin, Mr. Holcomb, B. Jaranian, P. Beck, C. Culter, T. Guganig, E. Resnikoff. ALPHA EPSILON RHO Alpha Epsilon Rho is the national honorary broadcasting fraternity which boasts chapters in thirty- five colleges and universities that offer majors in Broadcasting. The organization fosters professionalism and leadership in the broadcasting areas and emphasizes creative participation and good scholarship. 141 Row 1: J. Burger, P. Stanley, Secretary; R. Leonard, President; H. Baker, Treasurer; C. Hart. Row 2: J. Hyman, M. Shortkroff, M. Wheeler, J. Truncer, O. Boston, H. Feuerstein. ALPHA PSI OMEGA A National honorary dramatic fraternity, Alpha Psi Omega is the largest national college organization in any departmental field. Founded 44 years ago, Alpha Psi Omega now has a total of 50,000 members in 380 chapters. The fraternity is comprised of students who participate in productions and maintain a high academic average. 142 Row 1: S. Weiser, W. Waife, H. Hurwitz, Treasurer; J. Jacobs, Vice-President; D. Mattler, Secretary; J. Newman, M. Jackson. Row 2: H. Hyman, M. Rubin, M. Fleck, G. Metzker, J. Yesselson, G. Wolman. B. Horowitz, L. Kozinn, N. Sugarman, M. Judkins, S. Golomb, T. Rudkin. Row 3: A. Berliner, M. Cohen, B. Berman, P. Sullivan, A. Farnum, L. Sanford, S. Kohn, M. Wachtel, H. Horowitz. SIGMA ALPHA ETA D. Mattler, Recording Secretary; J. Newman, Corresponding Secre- tary; J. Stackhouse, President; J. Jacobs, Vice-President; H. Hurwitz, Treasurer; I. Gluzman, Program Chairman. Sigma Alpha Eta is a national organization composed of more than 100 chapters. It is a professional organization devoted to furthering the interests and knowledge of persons in the field of Speech Pathology and Audiology. The organization is open to anyone interested in Speech and hearing. 143 Alpha Kappa Alpha is the first Black Sorority ever established in the United States. It’s chief aim is “service to all mankind " and in implementing this ideal, AKA has established several program targets: Job Opportunity and Employment for Youth, Scholarships, Training Undergraduates for Leadership, Voter Education and First Class Citizenship. Epsilon Chapter, established in Boston is 1913 has been successful in attaining these ideals. ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA 144 CHEERLEADERS Gail Ann Wolman, Ellen Krenzis, Tommye Gori, Marcia Weill, Renee SaFire, Naomi Blank, Bo-Captain; Toni Sherman, Co-Captain. 146 BASEBALL Row I: E. Matthews, W. Case, Coach; C. Buck, Captain; D. Taylor. Row 2: D. Alexander, E. Madej, D. Branco, G. Karfiol, G. Ogle, J. Goodman. BASKETBALL Row I: M. Crossman. D. Bornstein, Co-Captain; J. Goodman. Row 2: E. Kerwin. F. Fried- man, D. Sandler, J. Kaplan, L. Kornblau. Manager. Not Pictured: P. Dierks, Co-Captain; M. Grudzinsky, L. Peterson, P. Maravich. This year ' s Basketball Team is a much-improved band of athletes. One of the most important reasons for their success is the availability of better facilities and the opportunities to hold more practice sessions. This year’s team is paced by high scoring Lou Peterson. Peter Dierks, and Dave Bornstein. Co- C ' aptain Dierks feels that the team will continue to show improvement. 148 CROSS COUNTRY Row 1: A. Cameron, B. Warren, Captain; Mr. Peckham, T. Sutliffe. Row 2: J. Lydon, B. Pieper, R. Hood, L. Kornblau, M. Gale. The Cross-Country team is in its fourth year at Emerson College and every year it’s record improves. Under the able guidance of coach James Peckham, the team looks forward to next season with hopes for the best year ever. 149 HOCKEY Row J. Glasserow. R. Pleasants, Assistant Captain; P. O ' Brian, Captain; W. Eaton, C. Icaza. Row 2: D. Taylor, E. Madej, M. Hnlser, F. Faust, D. Berman. Not Pictured: D. Marlowe, L. Richardson, Coach Blair Richardson, B. Stewart, J. Conk, S. Martin, R. Gilbert. This year the Hockey Team played eight games losing a few more than they won. Despite this, the team is much improved over last year and so is their competition. This season they heat Belknap College convincingly while losing to Gordon College twice and a tough Burdett team once. This year ' s team was led by Captain Peter O’Brian and Dick Pleasants plus returning lettermen Steve Martin, Bill Auerbach- Stuart. and newcomers Ned Bunnell and Bill Eaton. Coach Blair Richardson, the player-coach from Nova Scotia, has aroused enthusiasm and dedication among the players. The future of Emerson Hockey looks promising. 150 SAILING TEAM Row I: K. Street, Mrs. Jones, M. Messinger, Captain; S. Long, Captain; J. McSorley. Row 2: Mr. Phillips, J. Glasserow, R. Foley, M. Vanni, S. Lust, P. Reinhard. The Emerson College Racing Team is a member of the New England Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association. Our team participates in regattas throughout New England. Both men and women comprise the sailing team which each Spring and Fall bring both honors and excitement to one of Emerson’s most popular sports. 151 WRESTLING Row 1: R. Leonard, Captain; Mr. Peckham, Coach; D. Maturi. Row 2: J. Hyman, G. Ogle, B. Pieper, C. O’Callahan, M. Connor. Not Pictured: S. Aaronson, D. Archer, C. Cominos, J. Girand. Emerson’s Wrestling Team is one of the most successful and respected teams in the College. Under the able leadership of Coach Peckham, the men of the Wrestling Team have developed into a powerful league of sportsmen. The Emerson team is a member of the New England Intercollegiate Wrestling Association and competes with such schools as Boston University. Holy Cross, and Brandeis. 152 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 154 OLIVER W. WOODRUFF Boston University, B.S., M.Ed. Dean of Students PHYLLIS GLICKMAN McGill University B.A., M.S. Applied Assistant Dean of Students HARRY N. NICKERSON Jr. Bridgewater State College, B.S. Emerson College, M.A. Director of Admissions WILLIAM J. CHEVALIER St. John’s Seminary, B.A. Boston College, M.Ed. Assistant Dean of Students 155 JOAN F. WALLENT University of Chicago Assistant Director of A tl missions JOHN W. ZORN University of New Hampshire Emerson College, A.M. Boston University, Ed.M. Professor of Education Director of Placement and Summer Session WINTHROP S. CARIijON Bryant College, B.S. Comptroller LUCY JONES Assistant to Comptroller 156 FRANCIS X. DOHERTY University of Missouri, B.A., M.Ed. Director of Financial Aid ELIZABETH A. COATES Boston University, A.B., B.A. Registrar MARTIN YOUNG Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds ROGER WILDER Northeastern University, B.S. Emerson College, M.A. Business Manager 157 GENE TEIXEIRA Boston University. B.S. Director of Development THOMAS J. HAUBER Emerson College, B.S. Director of College Union DORMITORY STAFF AGNES POWERS Director of Women ' s Residence Esther McCarthy Nurse and Assistant House mother 158 i OHt FRANCES TAYLOR Director. 86 Marlborough St. ELSIE MODE Director, 150 Beacon St. BLANCHE THOMPSON ALVA STANLEY. R.N. Director, 22-24-26 Commonwealth Ave. Boston City Hospital School of Nursing Simmons College, Public Health Nursing Director of Nursing Service 159 H. LAWRENCE HOLCOMB U.S. Naval Academy, B.S. Professor of Broadcasting Dr. GERALD W. KROEGER Mankato State College, B.S. Ohio Wesleyan University, M.A. Florida State University, Ph.D. Professor of Broadcasting J ,7 ■ VALERIE ELDRIDGE Denison University, B.A. University of North Carolina, M.A. htst rue tor of Broadcasting 160 GEORGE Q. QUENZEL Hofstra College, B.A. University of Iowa, M.A. ANN SINTON Assistant Professor of Broadcasting Instructor of Broadcasting CARL CERAGNO WERS-TV Engineer EDUCATION EDNA M. WARD Emerson College, B.A. Tufts University, M.Ed. Assistant Professor of Education and Speech Dr. PHILLIP P. AMATO Emerson College, B.A., M.A. Michigan State University, Ph.D. Chairman of Education Department 161 ENGLISH DR. CHARLOTTE H. LINDGREN A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Boston University Chairman of English Department DR. RUTH SOUTHWICk MAXFIELD B E. I. Emerson College A.M. Boston University Litt.D. Emerson College Professor Emerita WILLIAM CORBETT A.B. Lafeyette College Instructor DR. LYNN F. WILLIAMS B.A. Wells College M.A. Cornell University Ph.D. Assistant Professor 162 DR. JAMES R. RANDALL A.B., M.A., Ph D. Boston University Associate Professor Leslie McAllister A.B. Emerson College nst met or HISTORY DR. RICHARD PIERCE Chairman of History Department DR. GEORGE R. URSUL B.A. McMaster University A.M., Ph.D. Harvard University Assistant Professor 163 DR. DeCOURSY FALES, JR. A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Harvard University Associate Professor COLONEL WILLIAM E. HARRISON B.A., L.L.B. Oklahoma City University Lecturer LANGUAGE MUSIC DR. PAUL A. MOYLAN A.B., A.M. Harvard University Ph D. University of Michigan Chairman of Language Department Professor ? .■ ROBERT PETTITT B.Mus., M. Mus. Boston University A.M. Emerson College Chairman of Music Department Professor 164 PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION DR. LANCELOT A. GARRAD B.A., M.A.M. B.D. Oxford University Chairman of Philosophy and Religion Department REVEREND GLEN W. SNOWDEN B.A. Franklin Marshall College B.A. Yale University Divinity School Instructor in Philosophy ROBERT WM. HANEY A.B. Harvard College B.D. Harvard Divinity School Instructor in Religion REVEREND JOHN M. COFFEE, JR. A.B. Yale University S.T.B., S.T.M. Harvard University Lecturer 165 PHYSICAL EDUCATION JAMES PECKHAM Director of Athletics PSYCHOLOGY DR PETER V. COREA Boston University, A.B. B.D. Andover Theological Seminary Ph.D. Boston University Chairman of Psychology Department REVEREND GERALD W. KRICK A.B. Ohio Wesleyan S.T.B. Boston University Lecturer 166 SCIENCE SPEECH DR. COLEMAN C. BENDER A.B., A.M. Pennsylvania State A.M. Emerson College Ph.D. University of Illinois Chairman of Speech Department Professor KENNETH C. CRANNELL B.A., M.A. Emerson College Associate Professor of Speech JUNE HAMBLIN MITCHELL B.L.I., M.A., A.M. Emerson College Professor 167 J. EDWIN HOLLINGWORTH. JR. B.A. Dartmouth College M.A. Emerson College Instructor BERNADETTE MAC PHERSON B.L.I., M.S. Emerson College Assistant Professor of Speech Education DR JOHN C. ZACHARIS B.S., M.S. Emerson College Ph.D. Indiana University Assistant Professor CARE H. BUCK, JR B.S., M.A. Emerson College Instructor DIXIE A. CANFIELD B.A., M.A.T. Washington State Instructor MARK GOLDMAN B.S., M.A. Emerson College nst rue tor 168 MARILYN LEWIS B.A. Buena Vista College M.A. University of South Dakota Instructor THOMAS L. SMITH B.A., M.A. Emerson College l nstructor MICHAEL PEVZNER B.S., M.S. Emerson College Instructor SPEECH PATHOLOGY AND AUDIOLOGY DR. DAVID LUTERMAN B.A. Brooklyn College M.S., D.Ed. Pennsylvania State Assistant Professor of Speech Pathology CHARLES J. KLIM B.A., M.A. Emerson College Ph.D. University of Pittsburgh Chairman of Speech Pathology Audiology Department 169 CATHERINE C. FERRY B.L.I., M.A., A.M. Emerson College M.A. Hartford Seminary Foundation Professor Emerita DR. VILMA BOROS A.B.. M.A. Ohio University Ph.D. University of Michigan Associate Professor 4 V AMY BRICKER HARRIS B.S. Miami University M.A. Western Michigan University DR. ASHER BAR B.A. Hebrew University M S., Fh.D. University of Pittsburgh Assistant Professor Associate Professor DAVID L. MAXWELL MARY FRANCIS TOOMEY B.S. Mt. Mercy College M.A. University of Connecticut Assistant Professor Southern Illinois University Assistant Professor 170 SUZANNE HARRINGTON B.S., MS.. Ohio State University Instructor SANDRA FOLB B.A. University of Connecticut Nursery School Coordinator ELIZABETH SOPER B.S. Washington University M.A. Stanford University Instructor RUTH M. SEGALL B.A., M.S. University of Michigan Clinical Instructor THEATRE EDUCATION AND DRAMATIC ARTS DR. ALFRED D. SENSENBACH M.A. University of Wisconsin M.F.A., D.F.A. Yale University Ph.B. Muhlenberg College Associate Professor DR. THOMAS B. HAAS B.A. Montclair State College M.A. Cornell University Ph.D. University of Wisconsin Associate Professor I DR. LLOYD J. LANICH, JR. B.A. Washington Lee University M.A. Johns Hopkins University Ph.D. Yale University Chairman of Dramatic Arts Department Professor 171 LEONIDAS NICKOLE B.A., A.M. Emerson College A.M. Columbia University Chairman of Theatre Education Department Professor HARRY W. MORGAN B.S., M.S. Emerson College Assistant Professor LEONARD J. RIENDEAU B.S., M.S. Emerson College Instructor - Director of Teacher Training Director of Community Educational Services ALBERT PESSO B.A. Goddard College Assistant Professor of Dance ARTHUR R. PERRY B.A. Goddard College Instructor of Dance 172 JOYCE ADELMANN B.A. Emerson College Graduate Teaching A ssistant — Speech WINFRED G. ALLEN, JR B.S. Emerson College Graduate Assistant — Speech MICHAEL J. BLOWEN B.S. Emerson College G rad u ate T each ing Assistant — Speech HAMILTON D. COMSTOCK B.A. Emerson College Graduate Assistant — Speech RICHARD DROSNES B.S. Emerson College Graduate Teaching Assistant — Speech NANCY LEVIN B.S. Emerson College Graduate Teaching Assistant — Speech STEPHEN SMOLLER B.S. Emerson College Graduate Teaching Assistant SECRETARIES AND STAFF HELEN DESMOND Receptionist LOUISE PELLEGRINO Assistant Registrar KATHLEEN ROLLINS Secretary VIRGINIA WHITE Assistant to the Registrar Secretary to President Chapin DORTHEA PAULL Secretary to Dean Pierce 173 PATRICIA FERNALD Secretary of Business Office Secretary to Dr. Bender VIRGINIA WHEELER B.A. Emerson College Administrative Assistant Theatre Education 174 LEONIDAS NICKOLE Chairman, Theatre Education Department DR. LLOYD J. LANICH, JR. Chairman, Dramatic Arts Department Steve Snow receives the Carol Burnett Award. 176 177 HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING " A T A A, ■■■■■ 181 DEERTREES 182 z s X X H UQ S u o X £ UJ Z z 5 o H THE FANTASTICKS 185 186 GUYS AND DOLLS PEER GYNT 189 192 193 ( f M auk P ' THE EMERSON COLLEGE STROLLING PLAYERS ANDROCLES AND THE LION THE MAN IN THE MOON 195 EMERSONIAN MANDY MANN, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Robert Zubatsky Photography Editor Alan Ellman Art Editor Ellen Werner Class Editor Dorie Ludwig Faculty Editor Wendy Waife Secretary Marsha Lemerise Secretary Carol Roston Executive Secretary Randy Steinberg Sports Editor Jan-Ellen Jacobs Secretary Susan Borks Secretary Alan Merson Business Manager Harriet Eifshotz Secretary Suelien Kohn Secretary Richard Leonard Theatre Editor Mooneyne Jackson Copy Editor Dr. Peter V. Corea Advisor 196 i 198 The weary editor of the 1969 Emersonian wishes to thank the following . . . Lincoln Studio — Malden, Massachusetts Dr. Peter V. 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