Emerson College - Emersonian Yearbook (Boston, MA)

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EMERSON COLLEGE BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS “FOR ALL THE SEASONS OF THE MIND remember little thought is needed no fancy props or set lots of imagination . . . . and don’t forget.” 4 V 5 6 7 LfVUMBK ' l itWU 1 12 13 Hi 14 16 Si €wi ' m r Ik ' v ¥ tii i r x ■ YK t • ' J f « pressures JH [3 1 7 J ■j jSSHmh i . r, ■riCir 7B . ? JiK 8fi3i HfffXi Hi a ' t WM yt jF ' ' £-3 1 • i n S i Li |a r i Ht - ■ ;r P” ' 17 DEDICATION Some teachers lecture from hooks, some talk to the wall, some to their shoes, and some to a select few. You have given to each student the right of individuality. You have made it possible for each student to see with his own insight and to share this insight with other members of his class. You take all points of view into consideration so we can feel and see and not merely hear, making thinking an art. You are not content only to work in the classroom, but you take your enthusiasm outside. For it was you who gave most freely of your time and energy in the Blood for Peace drive. It was you who worked with and guided the Viet Nam Peace Movement at Emerson, and sat with us on October 15, not as a teacher, but as a friend. To a person who understands that the ideas formed in a classroom are only important if they can be carried on outside that classroom ; to a person who has helped to bring many questions before this institution and who has brought them with such an excitement and a belief in her convictions that they have caused others to move forward; to a person who understands that education is not just an isolated hour spent in a classroom; to a person who knows that listening is not merely the silence that precedes speech, but the most important ingredient of a teacher and a human being; to you. Miss Irene Mclnnis, we dedicate this yearbook. IK 19 “I am me I am not someone else, someone else is someone else I am me They can dream, they can play But they cannot take away What is me Not him, not her, not thee No siree, I am me They can scheme they can brey They can wear their hats all day Still . . . I’m . . . me No hats, no lies, no sham For I am what I am I ... am ... me.” 20 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President Burt Kelman Vice President Marsha Lemense 22 MALCOLM D. ALTER Moish B.S. Speech Education Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 2; M.E.S.A. 3, 4; Hillel 1; WECB I: WERS-FM 2, 3, 4; WERS-TV i. HANNAH ANGELL Honey B.A. Theatre Education Booster Club 1; Cross Country Team Manager 1, 2; Public Production 2; Freshmen Class Show 1. STEPHANIE AXELROD Stef B.A. Dramatic Arts Student Advisor 4; Hillel 1, 2; Sailing Club 1; Public Production 1, 3, 4; Experimental Studio Production 4; Hazing Committee 2. CAMILLE BALZANO Cam B.S. Speech Pathology Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4: Hazing Committee 2; Com- mencement Committee 4; Emersonian 4; Executive Council 4. EDWARD BARON Ed B.S. Mass Communications Phi Alpha Tau 3, Treasurer 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; WERS-TV 1, 2, 3, 4; Hillel 1, 2; Sailing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sailing Team 1, 2, 3, 4. 23 LINDA BARON B.A. Elementary Education Sailing Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Sailing Team 3; Strolling Players 1. ROBIN BERGER Pookie B.A. English Dorm Vice President 1; Intra-dorm Council Repre- sentative 3; Sailing Team 2; Sailing Club 1, 2, 3; Berkeley Beacon 3. ANDREA MARCIA BERLINER An: B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Kappa Gamma Chi 1, 2, 3, House Manager 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, Secretary 3; Hillel 1; Student Advisor 3; Booster Club 1; Haz- ing Committee 2; Public Production 1, 2, 3; Fresh- men Class Show 1. PATRICIA BERRY B.S. Theatre Education CLYDE LAWRENCE BICKFORD Bick B.S. Mass Communications Dean’s List 3 I 24 1 JANET ALICE BLAUSTEIN J.B. B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, Corresponding Secretary 4; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 1, 2; Gold Key 4; Student Advisor 3, 4: Social Service 2; Dean’s List 1, 2, 3, 4; S.P.D.R. 3, 4 SUSAN BORKS Borksy B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; Sailing Club 3; Speech Choir 2; Student Advisor 3; Hazing Committee 2; Emersonian Secretary 3, 4; Executive Council 3. OLIVE L. BOSTON Ol ie B.S. Dramatic Arts Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4; Experimental Studio Pro- ductions 4; Strolling Players 3; Transfer Student, 3. Jtd, h V. - Mi 25 SCOTT WILLIAM BOYD Philly Kid B.S. Mass Communications Sailing Club I, 2, 3, 4; Sailing Team 1, 2. 3, 4; WERS-TV 2. 3: WERS-FM 3. 4; WECB 1, 2, 3. RUTH ELLEN BRETAN Rufus B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; Executive Council 3; Student Advisor 3, 4; Hazing Committee 2; Winter Weekend Committee 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Commencement Committee 4. CHARLES HURD BURES Charlie B.S. Mass Communications Student Advisor 3, 4; Basketball Team 1; Speech Choir 2, Librarian 3, Vice President 4; WERS-FM 3, Public Relations Director 4; Dorm Council Repre- sentative 1; Proctor 4; Dean’s List 3; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. BARBARA BURTEN B.S. Dramatic Arts Dorm Council 1; Hazing Committee 2; Winter Weekend Committee 2; Public Production Theatre 1, 2, 3, 4. LINDA ANNE CAMERON Lyn B.A. Dramatic Arts Student Advisor 3, 4; Emerson Catholic Commu- nity 3, 4; Dance Company 3, 4; Gold Key 2, 3, 4. 26 DAVID JAMES CAMPANELLA Campy B.A. Mass Communications Alpha Pi Theta 3, Parliamentarian 4; Baseball Team 2; Student Advisor 4; WECB I, 2; WERS- FM 1, 2, 3, 4; WERS-TV 2, 3, 4; Representative Assembly 3, Parliamentarian 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Sailing Club 1; Executive Council, Chairman 2, 3. ALAN H. CARP Al B.S. Mass Communications Hillel 4; WERS-TV 2, 3, 4; Transfer Student. HEIDI COHEN B.S. Speech Education Berkeley Beacon 3; Sailing Club 3; Social Service 3, 4; Transfer Student 3. SANDRA H. COHEN Sandi B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; Speech Choir 3, Secretary 4; Forensics 2; Student Advisor 3, 4; S.P.D.R. 3, 4; Freshmen Show 1; Dean’s List 1, 2, 3, 4; Gold Key 2, 3, 4; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. CYRUS DIMITRI COMNINOS Zorba B.A. History Berkeley Beacon 3, 4; Social Service 3, 4; Rho Delta Omega 3, Treasurer 4; Wrestling Team 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Transfer Student from Boston University. 27 HARRIET COPENHAGEN B.A. Speech Pathology and Audiology Zeta Phi Eta 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 4; Sailing Club 3, 4; Sailing Team 4; Chorus 3, 4; Student Advisor 4: Proctor 4; Dean ' s List 3; Transfer Student from American International College 3. PHYLLIS SUSAN COSLOY Coz B.S. Mass Communications WERS-FM, News Editor 3, 4; Perspectus Magazine 3, Assistant Editor 4; Junior Prom Committee 3, Dean ' s List 2. C. CHAPIN CUTLER JR. Chape B.S. Mass Communications Alpha Epsilon Rho 3. Vice President 4; WERS- FM 2; Co-Producer Documentary Film There Ain ' t No Place To Go. JEFFREY DAVIS California B.A. English Student Advisor 3, 4; Berkeley Beacon 1; Hazing Committee 2; Winter Weekend Entertainment Chairman 2; Scribe 1, 2, Editor 3, 4; Emersonian 4. DON B. deMESQUITA Cecil B B.S. Dramatic Arts Phi Alpha Tau 2, 3, 4; WERS-FM 1, 2; WECB 1, 2; Student Advisor 3; Folding Players, Director 1, 2; Experimental Studio Productions, Producer and Production Stage Manager 4; Who’s Who in Ameri- can Colleges and Universities. 28 MAUREEN ELLEN FAY Moe B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Student Advisor 3, 4; M.E.S.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Perspec- tus Magazine 1, 2. D. .1. DIOMEDES the Greek B.S. Mass Communications Alpha Epsilon Rho 3, 4; WERS-TV 3, 4; Dean’s List 3; Transfer Student from University of Miami 3. PETER DURST Derek B.A. Mass Communications WERS-FM 4; WERS-TV 4; Sailing Club 1. 2, 4; Hillel 1 , 2, 4; Public Production Theatre 2. ARTHUR FARNUM The B.B B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Phi Alpha Tau 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 1, 2, Program Chairman 3, President 4; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 4; WECB 1 ; Dorm Council 1 ; Commence- ment Committee 4; Student Advisor 3, 4; S.P.D.R. 4; Proctor 4; Speech Choir 1, Librarian 2, President 3, 4; Dean’s List 1, 2, 3, 4; Gold Key 3, Vice Speaker 4; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. ROBERT ROSS FARRA Bob B.S. Business and Industrial Communications Chorus 4. 29 MARIN FREDA FEINS B.A. Elementary Education Student Advisor 4; Hillel 1; Dorm Council 2, 3; Winter Weekend Committee Chairman 2; M.E.S.A. 3. 4; Proctor 4. STEVEN FELDMAN Steve B.S. Mass Communications Alpha Epsilon Rho 3, Secretary 4; Sophomore Show 2; Junior Show 3; Commencement Com- mittee 4; Student Advisor 4; WERS-FM 3, 4; WECB 1. 2. 3. 4. BART F1SCHBACH B.A. English Literature Lambda Psi Pi, Vice President 3, 4; Freshmen Class Vice President I; Dorm Council, Secretary 1; Varsity Club 3; Cross Country Team, Founder, Captain 1. 2, 3, 4. NANCY FISHER Fishker B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Kappa Gamma Chi 1, 2, Pan Hellenic Representa- tive 3, Recording Secretary 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 3; Sailing Club 1; Haz- ing Committee 2; Winter Weekend Committee and Court 2; Student Advisor 3, 4; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 2, 3; Emersonian 4; Dean’s List 3. MARJORIE M. FLECK Margie B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Phi Mu Gamma I, Recording Secretary 2, Treasur- er 3, President 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, Record- ing Secretary 4; Pan-Hellenic, Vice President 4; Hazing Committee 2; Hillel I; Student Advisor 3, 4; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities. 30 JOANNE C. FRANKEL Josie B.A. English Literature Student Advisor 3; International Relations Society I ; Social Service 3; Dorm Council 1 ; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Emersonian, Art Editor 4. AMY ROSETT FRIEDLER A mouse B.S. Speech Education Booster Club 1; Freshmen Class Show 1; Sopho- more Class Show 2; M.E.S.A. 3, 4. ROBERT FRIEDLER B.S. Theatre Education M.E.S.A., President 4. JEFFREY GAINES Milot Weatherwax B.S. Dramatic Arts JOHN J. GILGIN John B.S. Speech Phi Alpha Tau 2, Alumni Representative 3, Con- nor Award Chairman, Sargeant At Arms 4; Repre- sentative Assembly 3; Student Advisor 4; Emerson Catholic Community 1, 2, 3, 4; Oral Interpretation Society 3, President 4; Student Government Associ- ation, President 4; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. 31 JOAN GINSBURG Queenie B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Kappa Gamma Chi 3, Parliamentarian 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 4; Student Advisor 4; WKRS-FM 2, 3; WECB 2, 4. Traffic Manager 3; Winter Weekend Court 2, Winter Weekend Committee 2. DAVID L. GLODT B.S. Mass Communications Berkeley Beacon 1 ; Booster Club 1 ; Perspectus Maga- zine 3. 4; Sailing Club 1; WECB I; WERS-FM 1. 2: WERS-TV 1, 2. JOHN L. GOODMAN B.S. Mass Communications Phi Alpha Tau 3. National Council Representative 4; WECB 3; WERS-FM 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Baseball Team 3. 4; Basketball Team 3. 4; Trans- fer Student from Arizona State University 3. MYRA GAIL GREENBERG My B.A. Speech Kappa Gamma Chi 2, Treasurer 3, President 4; Pan-Hellenic Council, President 4: Student Advisor 3, 4; Representative Assembly 4; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy I, 2; Hillel I; Hazing Committee 2, Winter Weekend Committee 2: Student Govern- ment Association, Secretary 3; Dean’s List 1, 2, 3; Gold Key 2, Parliamentarian 3, Speaker 4; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. ALAN MARTIN GREENE B.S. Mass Communications WERS-FM 3; WF.RS-TV 3, 4. 32 WILLIAM LEWIS HAZELWOOD JR. Bill B.S. Mass Communications Sailing Club 4; Basketball Team 3; Transfer Student from Northeastern University and Boston State, Who’s Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities. JOY HEYMAN B.S. Elementary Speech Education Proctor 4. LEO GRILLO B.S. Dramatic Arts GARY HOWARD GROSSMAN B.S. Mass Communications Alpha Epsilon Rho 2, 4, President 3; Student Ad- visor 3, 4; Representative Assembly 3; Booster Club 1; Sailing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; WECB 1, 2; WERS-FM 1, 2; WERS-TV 3, 4; Gold Key 3, Parliamentarian 4; Co-Producer Documentary Film There Ain’t No Place To Go; Who’s Who in Ameri- can Colleges and Universities. KRISTINA D. HANSEN Tina B.A. Dramatic Arts International Relations Society 2, 3; Sailing Club 1, 2; Social Service 3; Strolling Players 3; Dean’s List 3, 4; Emersonian 4. 33 ROBERT HILLMAN Johnny Carson B.S. Mass Communications Alpha Epsilon Rho 3. 4; WECB 3, 4; WERS-EM 3. 4; WERS-TV 3. 4. BARBARA SIMON HIRSCH B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology HERBERT S. HOLMES Herb B.S. Mass Communications Alpha Pi Theta 2, 4, Sargeant At Arms 3; Alpha Epsilon Rho 4; Student Advisor 4; Executive Council 3; Representative Assembly 3; Sailing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Perspectus Magazine 3, 4; WECB 1; WERS-FM 2, 3; Inter-Fraternity Council 3; Junior Prom Chairman 3; Forensics 3, 4; Commence- ment Committee Chairman 4; Gold Key 2, 3, 4; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. ALIX KUCKER HORLAND B.S. Mass Communications Sailing Club 2, 3, 4; WERS-TV 2. 3. 4; Transfer Student from Northeastern University. B.A. WILLIAM HOWATT English Literature 34 DABRIS J. IEVINS B.A. English Lambda Psi Pi, Historian 3; Chorus 1, 2, President 3. DIANE BROOKS JANSON B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Phi Mu Gamma 1, 4, Sunshine Girl 2, Social Chairman 3; Sigma Alpha Eta 4; Pan Hellenic Council 3; Sailing Club 1; Berkeley Beacon 2; Proctor. DANIEL TUCKER KAMIN Gusher B.S. Mass Communications and History Alpha Pi Theta 2, 4, Business Manager 3; Execu- tive Council 3; Representative Assembly 3; Foren- sics 3; WERS-FM 2, 4; WERS-TV 2, 3, 4. SHARON KATES B.S. Secondary Speech Education Student Advisor 4; Booster Club 1; Chorus 1, 2; Public Production Theatre 3; Strolling Players 2; Freshmen Show 1; Sophomore Show 2; Jumor Prom Committee 3; M.E.S.A. 3, 4; Executive Council 4; Dean’s List 3. MARLA JEAN KAUFMAN B.S. Theatre Education Student Advisor 4; Executive Council 4; Berkeley Beacon 2; Jumor Prom Committee 3; Public Pro- duction Theatre 2, 3, 4; Junior Show 3; Experi- mental Studio Productions 4; M.E.S.A. 4, Treasur- er 3; Transfer Student from American Univer- sity. 35 BURT R KELMAN B.A. English Alpha Pi Theta 2. Assistant Pledge Master 3, Alumni Director 4; Executive Council 2; Student Advisor 3; Winter Weekend Committee Chairman 2; Student Government Association 2, 3. 4; Junior Class President 3: Senior Class President 4; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. ROSTRON J. KERSHAW Ross B.S. Mass Communications Sailing Club 3, 4; Transfer student from Mt. Wachusett College. LAWRENCE KIMBALL B.S. WERS-FM 2, 3, Film Director 3, J. Fred Bippi Mass Communications 4; WECB 1. 2; WERS-TV 1, 2, Film Director, Crew Chief 4. JEFFREY A. KLEINBERGER B.A. Elementary Education Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 2; Sailing Club 1. MAXINE KNABLE B.A. Elementary Education Sigma Alpha Eta 4; Hillel 4; Social Service 4; Berke- ley Beacon 4; Commencement Committee, Secre- tary 4. 36 BARRY KORKIN Kork B.A. Mass Communications WECB, Music Director I, 2, Program Director 3; Station Manager 4; Sailing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; WERS- FM 1, 2, 3, 4. LAUREN JANE KOZINN Laurie B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Kappa Gamma Chi 2, 3, Cultural Chairman 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, Treasurer 4; Sailing Club 1, 2; Hazing Committee 2; Winter Weekend Com- mittee 2; Dean’s List 3; Emersonian 4; Gold Key 4; Student Advisor 4. RICHARD KUZMINSKI Rich B.A. Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 4; Sailing Team 3, 4; Newman Club 2. 3, 4; International Relations Society 3, 4. KATHLEEN E. LANDER Kathy B.A. English Strolling Players 1; Booster Club 1; Sailing Club 1, 2; Dean’s List 3, 4. ROSS LAVER B.S. Mass Communications Lambda Psi Pi 3. 4, Treasurer 2; WECB 1 ; Executive Council 3: Representative Assembly 3: Sophomore Class Treasurer 2. 37 ROGER J. LAVOIE B.A. Alpha Psi Omega 3, Treasurer 4. Dramatic Arts MARSHA ANNE LEMERISE Legs, Lolly B.A. Speech Education Kappa Gamma Chi, Mistress of Cheer 1, Vice Pres- ident 2. President 3; Student Advisor 3, 4; Sailing Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Pan-Hell Council Vice President 3; Placement Committee 4; Junior Prom Committee and Court 3; Winter Weekend Committee and Court 2: Junior and Senior Class Vice President; Freshman and Sophomore Class Show I, 2; Emer- sonian Secretary 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. CHARLES E. LEONARD Chuck B.A. English Perspcctus Magazine 3, 4; Sailing Club 3, 4; WECB 3; WERS-TV 3; Public Production Theatre 3; Trans- fer from Villanova University. ANDREA LIFTMAN And i B.A. Elementary Education Hillel 3, 4; M.E.S.A. 3, 4; Social Service 3, 4; Dorm Council 3, 4; Transfer Student 3. SANDRA LONG Sandy B.A. English Gold Key 3, 4; Sailing Club 1, Secretary 2, Vice Commodore 3, 4; Speech Choir 2, 4; Student Advis- or 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Sailing Team 1, Cap- tain 2, 3, 4; Dean’s List 2; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. 38 EDWARD A. LORING, JR Ned B.S. Speech JUDITH LEE LUCK Judy, Judy Feet, Lucky B.A. Mass Communications Alpha Epsilon Rho 4; WERS-FM, Woman’s Edi- tor 4; Dean’s List 3; Transfer Student from Univer- sity of Wisconsin. WILLIAM LUDEL Bill B.A. Dramatic Arts Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4; Public Production Theatre 3, 4. MARC MANDELKORN Marc B.A. English B.S. RUSS MASON Theatre Education ■ 39 DAVID MATUR1 .•I hub B.S. Dramatic Arts Rho Delta Omega. Chaplain 2. Recording Secre- tary 3. 4; Alpha Psi Omega 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Wrestling 2. 3. 4. hncrsoniun. Theatre Editor 4. JOHN McCARRON Surge B.S. Business and Industrial Communications Gold Key 2, 4, Vice Speaker 3; Student Advisor 2, 3. 4; WECB 1, 2. 3, Program Director 4; Basket- ball Team 4. JANET McSORLEY Jan B.S. Dramatic Arts Sailing Club 3, 4; Chorus 3. Treasurer 4; Sailing Team 3, 4; Dorm Council, Secretary 3; Public Pro- duction Theatre 3; Transfer Student 3. MICHAEL S. MESSINGER Me smi B.S. Mass Communications Phi Alpha Tau 2, Treasurer 3, President 4; Student Advisor 3, 4; Class Historian 1, 2; Berkeley Beacon I. Photo Editor 2: WECB I. 2: WERS-EM I, 2. 3, News Director 4; WERS-TV I, 2, 3; Sailing Club 1, Commodore 2, 3, 4; Scribe 1, 2; Sailing Team I, Captain 2. 3. 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Inter-Erater- mty Council, President 4; Winter Weekend Com- mittee 2; Junior Prom 3; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. 40 GAEL SUSAN METZKER Fuss B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Kappa Gamma Chi 2, House Manager 3, Corre- sponding Secretary 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; Student Advisor 4; Associate Aid to Speech Ther- apy 4; Hillel 1; Sailing Club 1; Hazing Committee 2; Winter Weekend 2; Emersonian 4; Dean’s List 2, 3, Gold Key 4. TERRY ANN MEYERHOFF B.S. Mass Communications Junior Class Executive Council 3; Dean’s List 3, 4; Transfer from University of Wisconsin 3. PHYLLIS MITCHELL Phyl B.A. Secondary Speech Education Chorus 3, 4. MELISSA ANN MONUS Missy B.S. Speech Therapy Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; Student Advisor 4; Hillel 4; Dorm Representative 3; Dean’s List 3; transfer from Ohio State University 1. 41 SANDRA MARIA MONTE Sam B A. English Literature Forensics 4; International Relations Society I. 4; Newman Club 1 . 4; Dean ' s List 1 , 2. 3, 4. 3. 4. GALE MURDOCH Buzz B.S. Speech Pathology Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; Student Advisor 4; Chorus 1 . 2 . SHARON MURPHY Murph B.S. Theatre Education Executive Council 1, 4; Booster Club 1, 2; M.E.S.A. 3, Corresponding Secretary 4; Newman Club 1, 2; Speech Choir 2, 3; Dorm Council 4; Hazing Committee 2; Winter Weekend Committee 2, Junior Prom 3; Class Show 1, 2, 3; Public Pro- duction Theatre 2, 3, 4. CHERYL NEFF B.S. Elementary Speech Education Berkeley Beacon 2; Speech Choir 3; Publicity Committee 2; Hazing Committee 2. BARRY O’BRIEN B.S. Mass Communications WECB 3. 4; WERS-FM 4; WERS-TV 3, 4. i 42 LINDA C. ORABONE B.A. Dramatic Arts and Speech Education Gold Key 2, 3, 4; Student Advisor 3, 4; Booster Club 1; M.E.S.A. 3; Newman Club 1; Sailing Club 1, 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, President 4; Academic Calan- der Committee 4; Oral Interpretation Society 3, 4; Dorm Council 1; Hazing Committee 2; Junior Prom Court 3; Public Production Theater 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3, 4; Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities WILLIAM EDWIN PEAD Bill B.S. Mass Communications Alpha Epsilon Rho 3, 4; Student Christian Associ- ation 1, 2, Treasurer 3, President 4; Inter-Faith 4; WECB 1, 2; WERS-FM 1, 2, Popular Music Di- rector 3, 4; Scholarship 3, 4. CAMILLE LISE POISSON B.A. Theatre Education Dance Concert 2; Junior Class Show 3; Public Pro- duction Theater 1 , 2. 3, 4; Dean ' s List 3. LYNN AUDREY RABINOW B.S. Theatre Education Hillel 1; House Council 1, 2, Vice President 3; Children’s Theatre 2; Director’s Workshop 1, 2; Public Production Theater 2, 3; Dance Drama 1; Costume Designer 3. WILLIAM J. RANKIN Jack B.A. Mass Communications Phi Alpha Tau 4; Alpha Epsilon Rho 4; Gold Key, Elections Committee 3, Treasurer 4; WERS- TV 2, 3, 4; Housing Committee 4. ] I 43 ROBF.RT CHASE REED Bob B.S. Mass Communications Alpha Epsilon Rho, Convention Delegate 3, Pledgemaster 4: WERS-FM. Station Manager 3, 4; WERS-TV 3, 4; WEC ' B 3; Dean ' s List 3, 4; Gold Key Society 3. 4; Transfer Student from George Peabody College 3: Who ' s Who in American Col- leges and Universities. MARILYN RUTH REICH B.S. Business and Industrial Communications Hillel 1; Children’s Theatre 3; Housing Committee 3. BRUCE REID Brother Bruce B.S. Mass Communications WECB 1, 2, 3, 4; WERS-FM 2. 3, 4; WERS-TV 1. 2, 4; Speech Choir 3, 4; Dean’s List 2, 3. EILEEN E. RIESS Ei B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; Student Advisor 4; Execu- tive Council 3; S.P.D.R. 3, 4; Winter Weekend Committee 2; Hazing Committee 2. LLOYD BANKSON ROACH Llovd B.S. Mass Communications Phi Alpha Tau 3, 4; Student Advisor 4; Executive Council 1; Dorm Council President 1; Proctor 2, 3; Newman Club 1 : Perspeclus Magazine 2; Editor-in- Chief 4; Sailing Club I. 2, 3, 4; Speech Choir 3; WECB, News Director 1 ; Chief Engineer 2; Sta- tion Manager 3; WERS-EM I, 2, 3, 4; WERS-TV 1, 2, 3, 4; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. 44 B.S. KATHERINE ROGERS Theatre Arts STEPHEN HOFFMAN ROWE Steve B.A. Dramatic Arts and English Alpha Psi Omega 4; Planning Committee 4; Public Production Committee 2, 3, 4. TINA RUDKIN Tina B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 1, 2, 3, 4; Gold Key 3, 4; Student Advisor 4; Berkeley Beacon 3, 4; Hillel 1; Speech Choir 1; S.P.D.R. 4; Dorm Representative 3; Inter-Dorm Council 4; Class Show 1, 2; Deans List 1, 2, 3; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. DAVID ALLEN RYAN B.A. Mass Communications Emerson College Community 1, 2; WECB 3, 4; WERS-FM 4; transfer from Boston University. LESLIE SAWYER B.A. Dramatic Arts Strolling Players 2, 3, 4; Junior Show 3. 45 NORALEE K. SCHOEIELD Lee B.S. Speech Education Student Advisor 3, 4; Executive Council 2, 3; Repre- sentative Assembly 3; Booster Club 3; Oral Inter- pretation Society 3. 4; Class Fund Raising Chair- man 2. 3; Junior Prom Chairman 3; Winter Week- end Committee 2; Hazing Committee 2; College Relations Committee 4; Administrative Health Committee 3. Dorm Council 2; Emersonian 4; Student Government Association Vice-President 4. UK. EDNA SCHNEIDER B.S. Speech and Dramatic Arts Performing Arts Society 4; Sailing Club 3. 4; Oral Interpretation Society 3; Strolling Players 3; Pup- pet Troupe 4; Gold Key 4; Transfer from Queens College. WARREN SCHROEGER Otto Webb B.S. Mass Communications Student Advisor 4; Sailing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; WECB 1; WERS-FM I, 2, 4: WERS-TV 2; Alpha Epsilon Rho 2; Treasurer 3, 4; Sailing Team 1; WERS Serious Music Director 4; Deans List 1, 3; Gold Key 3, 4. JESSICA SCHWARTZ Jess B.A. Speech Education Phi Mu Gamma 3; Vice President and Social Chairman 4; Student Advisor 4; transfer from Dean Junior College. KAREN SEIDENBFRG B.S. Secondary Speech Education M.E.S.A. 3; Social Service 3; transfer from Boston University. 46 LESLIE SHAW B.S. Mass Communications WERS-TV 2; Sailing Club 2, 3, 4; Sailing Team 2, 4; Varsity Club 2, 4. MARGARET ANNE SHERIDAN Meg B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Zeta Phi Eta 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; Pan Hellenic Council 4; Emerson Catholic Community 2, 3, 4; Student Advisor 4; Speech Festival Finalist 2; Emerson’s Representative at Towson State Col- lege’s Speech Festival; Third Place Winner of Oral Interpretation Festival 4; Transfer from Barry Col- lege. ROBERTA SHERMAN B.A. Psychology Education TONI ANN SHERMAN Tones B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Student Advisor 3; Hazing Committee 2; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 2; Berkeley Beacon 3; Booster Club I; Cheerleader I . Co-Captain 2, 3; Dormitory Council I, 3; Proctor 4; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. JAMES T. SHEVLIN Jim B.S. Industrial Communications Alpha Pi Theta 2, 3, 4; Inter-Fraternity Council 4; Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha 2, 3; President 4; Forensics 1, 2, 3; President 4; Sailing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 2, 3, 4; Student Advisor 2, 3, 4; Representative Assembly 3, 4; President 3; Sophomore Class President; Vice President of Student Government Association 3; Gold Key 4; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. 47 DALE SH1FFMAN B.A. Elementary Education Transfer from Temple University. KONRAD SINHART B.S. Industrial Communications Lambda Psi Pi 2. President 3, 4; Inter-Fraternity Council 3. 4; Treasurer 3. LAWRENCE ALFRED SLACK Larry, Mu-Fu B.S. Mass Communications Berkeley Beacon 4; Sailing Club 1; WECB 1. 2; WERS-TV 3. 4; Proctor 3, 4. JANET NADGE SMITH Nudge B.A. English International Relations 1; Htllel I. JOHN F. SMITH Jackie B.S. Mass Communications WERS-FM Traffic Director 4. 48 RICHARD S. SOSNY Ricky B.S. Secondary Speech Education Student Advisor 4; Executive Council 4; Hillel 1; M.E.S.A. 3, 4; Public Productions 1, 2; Strolling Players 1; Freshman Class Showcase 1; Freshman Show 1; Junior Vaudeville Show 2; Hazing Com- mittee 2; Dorm Council 4; Proctor 4. FERN SPERLING B.S. Elementary Speech Education Hillel 4; Oral Interpretation Club 4; Transfer from Ohio State University. CAROLE STAMLER Kettle B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Kappa Gamma Chi 1, 2, 3, 4; Mistress of Good Cheer 2; House Manager 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; Hazing Committee 2; Freshman Class Show 1; Deans List 2, 3. MAXINE KIELE STEIN Max B.S. Theatre Education Vice President of Dormitory 4; Public Production Theatre 3, 4; Sailing Club 3; Chorus 4; Dean’s List 3; Gold Key 4; Transfer student from Boston Uni- versity. CAROL STARZYK B.S. Mass Communications Zeta Phi Eta 4; WECB 3; WERS-FM 4: WERS-TV 2.3. 49 RANDY J. STEINBERG Ranferd, Randolph B.S. Speech Senior Class Secretary 4; Student Advisor 3; Repre- sentative Assembly 4; Social Service 2; Hazing Committee 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Executive Council 3, 4; Publicity Committee 3, 4; Commence- ment Committee 4; Curriculum Committee 4; Dean ' s List 3: Emersonian, Sports Editor 3; Gold Key 4; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. ANN STEINER B.S. Theatre Education M.E.S.A.. Recording Secretary 3; Student Advisor 3; Scribe 2; Chorus 1, 3; Public Production The- atre 1. 2, 3, 4; Hazing Committee 2; Deertrees 2; Experimental Studio Productions 4; Strolling Players 2; Class Show 1, 3; Dean’s List 2; Oral Interpretation Society, Program Chairman 4; Gold Key 2, 3, 4. ERIC STEINER B.A. Dramatic Arts Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, Vice President 4; Public Production Theatre 1, 2, 3, 4. PETER R STEINER Pete B.S. Business and Industrial Communications Rho Delta Omega, Parliamentarian 2, Vice Pres- ident 3, Social Chairman, Historian 4; Inter-Fra- ternity Council 3, 4; Vice President of Dormitory 1; Hazing Committee 2; Winter Weekend Com- mittee 3; Berkeley Beacon 1, 2; Student Advisor 4: Booster Club 2; Scribe 1; Social Service 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 4; Basketball 4; Emer- sonian, Sports Editor 4. 50 LAUREN STILLER B.S. Speech Student Advisor 3; Executive Council 4; Hillel 1; Proctor 4; Booster Club 1, 2; Sailing Club 1, 2, 3, 4. NANCY SUGARMAN Shug B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Kappa Gamma Chi 3, Library Chairman 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; Student Advisor 4; Executive Council 2, 3; Representative Assembly 4; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 1, 3, 4; Hillel 1; Sailing Club 1, 4; Hazing Committee 2; Winter Weekend Committee 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Emerso- nian 4. PETER J. SULLIVAN Salt B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Alpha Pi Theta 3, Recording Secretary 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, Vice President 4; Sailing Club 2, 3, 4; Student Advisor 3; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 4; Emerson Catholic Community 2, 3; Gold Key 3, 4. Gold Key 3, 4. LOUISE SCHER THAW B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta 4; Associate Aid to Speech Ther- apy 3, 4; Booster Club 1; Berkeley Beacon 2, 3; Dorm Council 1, 4; Hazing Committee 2; Fresh- man Show 1; Executive Council 1; Chorus 2; Student Advisor 3, 4; Proctor 4. SONIA W. THOMAS B.S. Secondary Speech Education Dean’s List 3; Transfer Student from Texas Univer- sity for Women. 51 SUSAN ANNE TURCO Suze B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Zeta Phi Eta 3. Corresponding Secretary 4; Emer- son Catholic Community 3; Speech Choir 3; Inter- Dormitory Council 3. 4; Proctor 4. GARY TUTIN B.S. Mass Communications WERS-FM 3, Assistant Classical Music Director 4. FRANCIS J. TYMAN Frank B.A. History M.E.S.A. 3, 4; Transfer Student from Mas- sachusetts Bay Community College 2. ROSEMARY VALENTE Tulip B.S. Speech Education Zeta Phi Eta 2, Secretary, Pan-Hellenic Representa- tive, Defoggio Representative 3, President 4; Pan- Hellenic Council 3, 4; Speech Choir 2, 4, Secretary 3; Oral Interpretation Society 3, Vice President 4; Hazing Committee 2; Student Advisor 2, 3, 4. VINCENT VENTOLA V inny B.S. Dramatic Arts Alpha Psi Omega 3, President 4; Booster Club 1, 2; Emerson Catholic Community 1; Scribe 1; Writ- er and Director of Freshmen, Sophomore, and Junior Class Shows; Experimental Studio Produc- tions 4. 52 B.S. PHYLLIS B. WALDMAN Mass Communications SUE WALLACH B.S. Dramatic Arts Forensics, Treasurer 4; Sophomore Class Show 2; Dorm Council 1; Junior Prom Court 3; Public Pu- duction Theatre 3, 4. DAVID WEINBERG B.S. Mass Communications WERS-FM 4; Transfer Student from Stevens Col- lege 3. STEPHANIE L. WEISZ B.S. Business and Industrial Communications Sailing Club 1, 2; Social Service 1, 2, 3, 4. MARC WERBOFF Werb B.S. Mass Communications Phi Alpha Tau, Assistant Pledgemaster 2, National Council Representative 3, Pledgemaster, Vice Pres- ident 4; Student Advisor 3, 4; Junior Class Treasur- er 3; Executive Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 1, 2; Hillel 1, 2; Sailing Club 1; Social Service 1, 3; WECB 1, 2, 3, 4; WERS-FM 3, Associate News Director 4; WERS-TV 2; Representative Assembly 4; Freshmen Class Advisor 4; Kappa Gamma Chi Sweetheart 3; Winter Weekend Committee 2; Haz- ing Committee 2; Emersonian Business Manager 4; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. 53 ELLEN WERNER B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Kappa Gamma Chi 3, Mistress of Good Cheer 4; Executive Council 3; Representative Assembly 3, 4; Hillel 1; Sailing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dorm Committee 3, 4; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 3, 4; Student Advisor 4. HELEN HOROWITZ WEXLER Hells B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Kappa Gamma Chi 1, 2, 4, Mistress of Good Cheer 3: Sigma Alpha Eta 3. 4; Sailing Club 1, 2; Hillel 1, 2: Booster Club 1; Hazing Committee 2; Student Advisor 4; Dean’s List 3. SUSAN WHITE Sue B.S. Mass Communications Emerson Catholic Community 1, 2; Sailing Club 1; Perspectus Magazine 3, 4; WECB 1, 2; WERS-FM 2, 3, 4; WERS-TV 1, 2. GALE ANN WOI.MAN G.A. B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Kappa Gamma Chi 1, 2, Publicity Chairman, Vice President 3, Vice President 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 4; Hillel 1; Dorm Council 1; Winter Weekend Committee 2; Hazing Committee 2; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3; Booster Club 1, 2; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 1, 2, 3; Student Advisor 4; Dean’s List 2, 3; Gold Key 3, Secretary 4; Emersonian 4. 54 GARRY WOODS Gar B.A. History Rho Delta Omega 2, 3, Corresponding Secretary 4; Inter Fraternity Council 3; Student Christian Asso- ciation 3; Deertrees 4; Public Production Theatre 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling Team 2, 3, 4; Baseball Team 1, 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Berkeley Beacon , Sports Editor 4; Representative Assembly 4; Student Advisor 4; Semor Class Treasurer 4. LINDA SUE YULINSKY Floozie B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Kappa Gamma Chi 1, 2, 3, 4; Associate Aid to Speech Therapy 4. ANTHONY YURGAITIS Tony B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Alpha Pi Theta 3; Perspectus Magazine 2. VINCENT F. ZABBO Zab B.S. Mass Communications Transfer Student from Boston University. 55 MELISSA HOULIHAN ZELLER Melissa B.S. Mass Communications Alpha Epsilon Rho 3, 4; WLRS-LM 1, 2, 3, 4; WECB I, 2; Emerson Catholic Community 3, 4; Dorm Council 2, Treasurer 3; Student Advisor 3; Social Service, Chairman 3. 56 57 WHO’S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES SITTING: Lloyd Roach, Jim Shevlin, John Gilgun, Peter O ' Brien. FIRST ROW: Marsha Lemerise, Mark Werboff, Linda Orabone, Toni Sherman, Dorothy Mains, Myra Green- berg. SECOND ROW: Randy Steinberg, Sandra Cohen, H. Arthur Farnum, Charles Bures, Michael Messinger, Maijorie Fleck. MISSING: Don de Mesquita, Gary Grossman, Wil- liam Hazelwood, Herbert Holmes, Burt Kelman, Sandra Long, Robert Reed, Tina Rudkin. 58 People, very special people. Students. Leaders, Scholars, Servants. Those who care, those who try. Those who create and build new foundations upon old traditions. Today they contemplate. Tomorrow they conquer. w 59 LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT I. Stephanie Axelrod, do hereby leave the Science Department at Suffolk University; to my roommate, Jenifer Lmelv. eternal strength and our own sorority, Kappa Flappa; to the cast of “Stephanie Shreck” the use of m name with much love and many parties and especially to Vinny, a big thank you; and last but not lost, friendships I can never replace. I. Camille Balzano. do hereby leave to Marlene Cicerone my grace, poise and finesse, so to speak. I also bequeath to her my Webster ' s Collegiate Dictionary to be carried on her person at all times when she know s she ' ll have to speak to someone. 1. Andrea Berliner, do hereby leave fond memories of the “4 Muskateers,” many many years of happiness and love my bloodsister will share with her pumpkin, an automatic car for Helen Wexler, my phone for Heidi’s calls to Cleveland, and love to JAY ' A from his L.C.W. I. Susan Borks. do, with heartful memories, leave the great 6th floor rear of 100 Beacon and hope that those w ho follow will make as much of it as 1 did. I leave to Loreen a roomfull of mirrors, to Carla another year of sharing a bathroom, to Myra some spare time, and I leave 615 with a tearful sigh. 1. Scott Bovd. do hereby leave to Eddy my weejuns in case of straightness returning, to Mark I leave the remembrance of Teddy R. and to Shawm, a female dare. To Peter D. I leave my condolences, and to Toosie 1 leave a year’s supply of Rooti. To Kathy N. 1 leave my heart. Peace. 1. Ruth Bretan. do hereby leave to Emerson College a tear, a smile, a patient, great. Grandma, a fabulous Mille. and a fantastic “Bocks.” 1. Sandi Cohen, hereby leave Emerson with a little anxiety, a lot of hope, special thanks to Dr. Luterman, memories of the Boston Bod and other typical Emerson people and events, and with a perpetual 2 a.m. “cranetion! or carnation?” to Karen Benjamin. 1. Jeffrev Davis, do hereby leave triplets on the steps of 130 Beacon Street; “California” to Ronald Reagan; layouts for Marilyn; and $34.00 worth of overdue library books to Maris. I. Jenifer Emely. leave to Stephanie all of that “fancy stuff " because Eve had enough, to Lavoie I leave EMM MM for ever and ever, and a sip of my coke; to Jane I leave a copy of the first Folio; and to Cathie Browner I leave all the Lucies in the world. 1. H. Arthur Farnum. do hereby leave my interpretation of “the Grinch” to Peggy Bowe who has the appropriate personality, the title of “B.B.” to Richard Mello who ' ll probably have trouble living up to it, and the proctorship of 206 Beacon St. to any buffoon who enjoys frustration, too little heat, too much heat, a constant series of cardiac arrests, and a million laughs. I. Marin Feins, do hereby leave expensive phone calls to N.Y.C. to whoever wants and can afford them; stationers. stamps and many warm memories to Joy; long hours of desk duty and many complaints to next year ' s proctors; wonderful memories of Junior Prom to other girls who become engaged that night; sleepless nights to Lois; and lots of luck to the girls from the Commonwealth Avenue dorm. 1. Nancy Fisher, hereby leave phone calls to Storrs, love to my sisters of Kappa, and Jamie’s reputation — for the “walls” of happiness. I. Amy I.. I nedler. do hereby leave Sharon and Sharon and all the great times in 205. I also leave with Robert and couldn’t be happier! I. Robert H. I riedler. do hereby leave Emerson with a lot more than an education. I leave with Amy. 60 I, John J. Gilgun, hereby leave to A. Brooks Russell my 1 place in the old age pension collection line, and to Ed Schreiber a key to the S.G.A. office. I, Myra Greenberg, do hereby leave “quickie trips” to Mass. General, a “last day phone call” to Marlene Segal, “Aunt Marcia” to Marcia KanofT, an Ethel Merman imitation to Sid Myer, a special understanding to Doris Ludwig, memorable dinners at the English Room to Sue Borks, a thank you to Kappa Gamma Chi, and finally with dreams of a certain lawyer . . . I, Robert N. Hillman, s’poz by and large that I hereby leave all my stale jok es in the hope that some lucky soul may pick them up, use them, and meet with more financial success than I have. E Simon Hirsch, leave to Emerson one very dear " Weasel,” a closetful of term papers, and my second home at the Clinic. E Herb Holmes, do hereby leave the priceless memories of: the night Frank Napal was mistaken for a pile of coats, the duck with uncommonly long legs, the smoke-filled Chapter Rooms, breakfast in bed, a brief but fiery career as a campaign manager, the legalization of “Guyering,” a weekend in Canada, the Shevlin “360,” a midnight walk on the Cape, Kaluga, Adolph Alla, Dickie and Darwin, adventures in the summer surf with BZ and Bumpkins and many others too numerous to mention. To Emerson, “Thanks for the memory.” Finally to a freckled-face kid who I hold so dear to me: You’ll always have a front row seat reserved in my future. E Marla J. Kaufman, leave Miss Gertrude Frigg to anyone tough enough to handle that bawdy broad — baby! E Burt Kelman, do leave my well known space on the wall to my brother Mark — if he can sit there from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. every day as I did. E Laurie Kozinn, leave a water balloon to Mrs. Powers; a mini-skirt contest; to Maris, a fish to help all your dreams come true; Miss Popularity title to anyone who wants it; Bonnie C. a dirty brillo pad; to Harriet a dirtball; Marcia K. one free Chinese dinner; love on the esplanade to anyone who is lucky enough to find it there; Gaylaur Kosker leaves to Bonmar a 10 year full, unbroken contract with Stanley Myron Handleman; molasses and taffey to the Kappa House; but 1 take with me fond memories, high aspirations, dreams and love. E Marsha Lemerise, do hereby leave to Bonnie Cutler knowledge that she has great inside strength; to Debbie Disbrow a thank you for her help, her love, her friendship that brought me “up” when things were “down;” to Karen Karten a beautiful, blossoming sunflower, the symbol of happiness to come; to Peter, appreciation for helping me get through it all; to my sisters, harmony to guide you through the coming years; to Stephanie and her sorority of Kappa Flappa, much luck! I leave Emerson for Germany and Ron. We, Andrea Liftman and Edna Schneider, leave Miss MacPherson with a twinkle in her eye; E Andi Liftman leave Edna Schneider a new brown shirt. E David Maturi, do hereby leave Emerson with the best threatre it ever had. I Michael S. Messinger, leave to the Brotherhood of Phi Alpha Tau the best experiences of my life and thank them for making my senior year — as President — one I will always look back upon with a deep feeling of Brotherhood. E Gael Metzker, do hereby leave my Sex Symbol title to anyone who can fill in; my Philadelphia (O ' s) to Miss Lewis; to Bonnie C., a dirty smelly sponge, to Marcia K., one cow; to Harriet, my treatise on “The 61 use and abuse of the Voice: " a new pair of socks to Ham Comstock; to Joel and Marty, my orgasmic phone calls: a date with Joe Namath; to Maris, one of my special wishbones for the best forever; to the girls in the Kappa House, juice and syrup and the echoing of my voice through the halls; but 1 am leaving with the cherished memories of the best years of my life, in addition to hope and love. I. Terrv Meyerhof! ' , hereby leave an Eastern shuttle ticket to LaGuardia. I, Sandra Marie Monte, do hereby leave our future cinematography my best wishes and my position as mascot. I. Sharon Murphv. leave Sharon Kates and Ricky Sosny with a tear, and best wishes for their future together; to Marla Kaufman, three years of my friendship and advice; to Amy Friedler, my mirror; and to the girls of 6 front, some Toll House cookies! I. William E. Pead. do hereby leave, at the culmination of four trying but necessary years, as fast as my diploma without platformate can propel me; leave " Greetings” to the poor clown who inherits the WERS record closet, and leave the best wishes I can spare to the newest AERho recruits in her neverending battle for excellence in a challenging industry. I. Lvnn Rabinow. leave a new revised edition of “The Garbage Hustlers” and a book of " 101 more effective ways to Stage Manage.” I. Eileen Riess, do hereby leave to Emerson College one piece of uncrackable chewing gum, a completely shattered sound barrier, a large box of Goober peas, and three very “beautiful” people. I. Tina Rudkin, do hereby leave my leotards, tights, ballet slippers and stretch exercises to Sue White and Eileen Rosen. I. Edna Schneider, do hereby leave Andi Liftman a carbonated amethyst. 1. Lee Schofield, do hereby leave Paul to Rox Cohen; my floral centerpieces to the girls on 6 front; luck, love and thanks to Bill. Jim. Art. Dave, Tom and Bill; fond memories of the Rep. Assembly to all future S.G.A. vice presidents, and to Ed Schreiber, my final words of wisdom — “you ' ll get over it!” 1. Tom Sherman, leave four years of an unforgettably unique experience. 1. James T. Shevlin, do hereby leave my address in Ft. Lauderdale to Barry Pieper, my tongue to the Emerson Forensics Society, and my fraternity award to Dave Woolfson with the knowledge that he doesn’t need it. 1. Konrad Sinhart. do hereby leave to Debbie Disbrow the strength to follow her high ideals of love and hope, and to Lambda Psi Pi. the Seal and the Moose. I. Lawrence A. Slack, do hereby leave to Emerson College a copy of How to Succeed at Being a Law Enforcement Official Without Real v Trying, three carbon copies of a probationary notice, and 15,000 gallons of " REU” Wail Oil. May they be used in Peace. I. John F. Smith, do hereby leave WERS-FM program logs to the Class of 1970 Last Will and Testament. I. Carole Stamler, leave Emerson College with great memories of the " Big Four;” Bali Hai for Heidi; love for my blood sister and the “Shawmut Bank;” and a pumpkin all year round. 1. Randv Steinberg, do hereby leave Emerson College with a greater insight to people and many sad, but funn experiences. I leave just as happy as 1 arrived, but with a smile and a tear. Perhaps the truest quote in existance to me is “Weeping may endureth for a night, but joy cometh in the morning.” 1 leave Phase 62 One of my life and I look so very forward to Phase Two. I, Ann Steiner, leave to Mr. Ginn one hundred and one gutsy character elements, to Susie Siroty a lesson in diaphragmatic breathing and a copy of Hamlet, to Kris Holtvedt happy memories of Bruce on the rug, Bobby on the couch and David Schaeffer, and to the Emerson College Chorus a new marshal for Commencement, 1970. I, Peter R. Steiner, do hereby leave to the Brothers of Rho Delta Omega an unparalleled football team; to the sisters of Kappa Gamma Chi some back street graffiti; to Mike Connor an ability to hustle chicks comparable to his wrestling; to Dave Maturi, a three hump camel; and finally to Coach Peckham, Thanks on behalf of all the Brothers for the greatest guidance over the years. I, Nancy Sugarman, do hereby leave Laurie, Room 420 at the Lenox, a stack of dated books to the library, memories from a Tufts party to Nancy, Laurie and Gael, a trip for Maris across the sea. I leave free consultations to Witch Leslie, and a trip to the Moon. 1, Louise Thaw, do hereby leave gratefully, without looking back! I, Susan Turco, do hereby leave a certain few one “Dirty Turkey” for each and every Thanksgiving hereafter; the the sisters of Zeta Phi Eta a box of stationery and a blooming rose bush; and to the girls of 22 Commonwealth Avenue a couch, and many very precious confidences and memories between “us.” I, Rosemary Valente, do hereby leave the Zeta La Prance Rose to Bobbi, Lily, Marlene, Betsy, Peggy, Jenny and all future Zetas; one tulip to Emerson and a bouquet of luck to the Oral Interpretation department; Lastly, a lifetime of the Grotesque period. I, Mark Werboff, do hereby leave my Brothers in Phi Alpha Tau a sincere feeling of gratitude, and all the love and strength they deserve; a final thanks to the sisters of Kappa Gamma Chi who made one “Sweetheart” feel very welcome and more confident of himself; the unforgettable escapades, and memories of Rosie, Ludwig, a surprise birthday party, Heidi, an election, Mondo’s, the Editor of the Lemersonian, and of course one Turtle; but most important, a thank you to Charles Wesley Emerson, who created an environment where true friends and love can be found — if only one seeks them out. I, Ellen Werner, do hereby leave Emerson College with fond memories, especially of 190 Beacon and the whole gang of “unbelieveable, indescribable, highly irreplaceable nuts;” to spend and enjoy my life with N.J.O.; and much special thanks to all the rebel rousers who taught me the ropes: Miss McGinnis, Myra, Dr. Corea, Wendy, Joanme, Mrs. Harrington and Doris. I, Susan White, do hereby leave Emerson with none of the answers, but much better questions. I, Gale Ann Wolman, do hereby leave Helen Lein to David Maxwell; Myrt Wolman Specialty items to Maris Hoodkiss with liberal hours; Omar’s conquests to Cordell, with luck for a successful year; my experiences in the Wreck Bar to Doris Ludwig; a smile for all the alumnae to the next V.P. of Kappa Gamma Chi; an open invitation to all ski meisters to meet next year in Maine (where?); to everyone who has consented to call me Gale Ann: the conviction that two names are better than one; tom my sisters in Kappa, love and appreciatio n for their confidence, and especially to Harriet Straka, a new beginning and a dream come true (because I know they do). I, Gary Woods, being of sound mind and body (I think) and being the great lover that I am, do hereby leave the entire female population of Boston to the strongest. 63 HAZING 1966 64 WINTER WEEKEND Winter Weekend, 1968, consisted of three days of activity. On Friday, February sixteenth the Class of 1970 presented Richie Flavens in concert at New England Life Hall. Following the concert a snow sculpture competition was held in front of school. Saturday afternoon there was a fashion show in the Mahogany Room where the ten semifinalists for Winter Weekend queen modeled the latest fashions from Capezios. Saturday evening Susan DeMelle was chosen queen at the semi formal dance held at the Statler Hilton Hotel in Park Square. Music there was provided by The Richard Martin Orchestra and comedian Walter Childs entertained. On Sunday the traditional “Casino Day” was held at the Student Union. 65 JUNIOR PROM The Class of 1970 presented their Junior Prom on Ma 3. 1969 at the Harvard Club. According to class advisor, Mr. Kenneth Crannell. “Their efforts to make this dinner-dance memorable far surpassed anything they have previously undertaken. " Music was provided by Brass ' 68, a ten piece group with exciting sound. Comedy was provided by Stanley Mvron Handelman who did prove to be “unbelievable”. Saturday night ran smoothly because of the efforts of the two Prom Committee Co-Chairmen, Lee Schofield and Herb Holmes. Their hard work and good planning made the evening the success it was. At the dinner-dance Jenifer Emley was crowned queen and the queen’s court consisted of Linda Orabone, Eileen Rosen, Marsha Lemerise, and Sue Wallach. THE CLASS OF 1970 PRESENTS “Gone Are The Days” written and directed by Vincent Ventola was one of the most enjoyable and successful shows ever performed at Emerson College. The show ' was a musical revue which combined the elements of the Old South, Vaudeville and Burlesque. It provided for the audience “a sincere picture of the past decades of American entertainment.” You must remember Honey Angell as Charlotte, Sharon Kates as Little Nell, Ken Lee as John Paul, Andrea Martin as Mother Oak, and Rick Sosney as Mr. Mississippi Jr. The Class of 1970 will never forget “Gone Are The Days.” 68 Sophomore year the Class of 1970 presented another show, again written and directed by Vincent Ventola entitled “an evening of theatre ... for all the seasons of the mind”. It was a show that demanded some thought from its audience ... it was a show that was unique, it was a show in which hats were representative of characters, it was a show “for all the seasons of the mind” . . . “take a hat and wear it and when the mind mist cleared he saw for the first time color but it was beyond him for he could comprehend only black and white take a hat and see and he saw them wearing hats yet his head remained bare naked and unaware of the coming seasons. . . .” i 70 71 72 ;0n October 15, 1969 Emersonians joined together with thousands of others in the peace movement to observe the moratorium against the war in Viet Nam. After hearing Doctors John Noles and Thomas Durant at Fisher Auditorium and debates held by Emerson faculty members at the Union, hundreds of Emersonians marched along to the Boston Common where they joined over 100,000 Bostonians for peace. On October 29, 30, and 31, Emersonians traveled en masse by buses to Massachusetts General Hospital to donate blood for peace. This was an extension of Emerson’s plea for peace which had its birth on October 15, 1969. i fOR p EACf Oct. 29,30.31 At EMERSON COLLEGE o © O You have helped us through our problems for four years. You have given and asked for nothing in return. Most important, you have cared and for that, we the Class of 1970 thank you. MR. KENNETH CRANNELL WE REMEMBER “I ... 1 enjoy closing my eyes and seeing only what 1 want to see. 1 am then, what I want to ... not what I really am . . . or what people think I really am. I do it ... 1 do it because it the way I have chosen to live . . . to pretend to live, go through the motions of doing ... not being . . be Burt’s Hazing party Our Cheerful Cherubs Everlasting friendships The Philly Kid Commuting from the Hampshire House Winter Weekend of 1968 Junior Prom of 1969 Pijiva Beanies The Sophomore Class Show Richie Havens . . . stoned Gilgun’s and Birnbaum’s Seder Southwich Recitals The Mass Communications Department Emerson’s first boycott The Mangled Artichoke The night Joannie Ginsburg got engaged Legwoman, H. T. and Lolly The blood, sweat and tears of 4- Rear Miss Rino Duxbury Beach Ransom, Holmes, Davis, Stack. Petchecke Messa ’70 out of sight Half eaten carnations Brother John W. McCormack Ted Phillips and his sailboats The “Werbmachine” The “Bluebullit " Hazing with Katz then Carla “Gone Are The Days” Glinda the Good Scarcrow Jones Theatre Ed. 421 and Italian Farce The Elections of Bob Fisher, Dave Devacoux, Ellyi Finkel and Rick Levine Dormitory life Brunch Limited “Emma” The old caf Dean Jean Ten Black demands Peter Corea Felicia the proctor Apathy of the students Scott Smith’s “fried egg” Sandy, alias the Humper Bazoobas Reiss No H 2 0 in the dorms Sophomore and Senior slumps Traditions fading fast “Progress Through Unity” Parking tickets A Marc ’70 button Mondo’s Tooth-Brush Annie Curry College The Pipes October 15 Stanley Myron Handelman The Pool Table The hours we spent out of touch with reality CLASS OF 71 SITTING: A. Herslow, Z. Sheinberg, B. Pieper, A. Parker, D. Ar- cher. S. Stone, G Ritchie. J. Chafitz, M. Amenta, F. Schultz, L. Wachtenheim, I. Goldstone. FIRST ROW: G. Young, M. Sullivan, D Disbrow, D. Woolfson, treasurer; C. Zukroff, president; B. Be- han, vice-president; B. Haberman, secretary; W. Weinreb, M. Hoodkiss, J, Hyman. SECOND ROW: M. Romano, J. Cover, R. Houle, M. Downs, G. Braunstein, D. Bertelli, B. Carey, J. Caputa, R. Deamer, R. Finegold, R. Benak, H. Landman, M. Halpern. THIRD ROW: A. Jacobs, D. Kaufman, D. Brookins, J. Sargent, L. Saltzman, P. Domant, D. Albraktson. S. Myer, D, Barnes, B. Noo- nan, R. Foley, D. Alexander. The Class of 1971 entered Emerson this fall close to three hundred strong. Returning as its President was Carl Zukroff; the new executive council of the class was composed of Bruce Behan, vice president. Barbara Haberman, secretary, and Dave Woolfson, trasurer. Two members of the class found themselves in the seats of SGA secretary and treasurer . . . namely Doris Ludwig and Barry Pieper. respectively. Amongst its activities this year, the Class of 1971 re-instituted a successful showing of its “acclaimed” Hazing Movie. With a variety of talent available for the annual Junior Vaudeville Show ' , chairman Sid Meyer plunged ahead with much vigor. To cap off the year, the Junior Prom, under the guidance of Bruce Behan and his committee, was held at the Boston 1800 Club, meeting with much satisfaction. The Class of 1971 looks forward with anxious anticipation to being Emerson’s next Senior Class. A special debt of gratitude, by the way, is to be paid to Dr. John Zacharis, who happily completed his third year as the Class Advisor. 74 CLASS OF 72 FIRST ROW: C. Kelly, S. Butler, D. Souza, F. Feldman, vice-president; J. Brodeur, secretary; M. Yudin, president; B. Pronovost, treasurer; D. Greengross, J. Ranz, S. Goldberg. SECOND ROW: D. Marlowe, B. C. Brown, B. Hiltzik, J. Costa, S. Lust, O. Strandquist, D. Kasabian, A. Raichelle, D. Shelby, T. Cannon, P. Bowe, M. Blakeslee. THIRD ROW: P. Reinhard, D. Sandler, G. Margolis, B. Ross, L. Lowe, T. Crabtree, L. Komblau, C. Bukowsld, R. Parets, M. Barbit, J. Cohen. FIRST ROW: D. Walcovy, A. Alpert, E. Madej, L. Heyman, J. Anatra, R. Corby, M. Segal, D. Cramer, T. Pigeon, L. Samuel. SECOND ROW: A. Sullivan, E. Schreiber, J. Somon, E. Symkus, E. Brain, A. Levy, P. Brown, O. Strandquist, M. Cicerone, R. Mello. THIRD ROW: M. Kelman, L. Thurschwell, J. Cahan, S. Rose, J. Turtle, R. Balter, J. Abraham, B. Matlick, D. Tanney. It all started on September 13th. The Freshmen met the Sophomores at the Governor’s House. Hazing had begun. This was of course the first event sponsored by the class of ’72. Before each vacation we put up signs of “Peace” and “Love”, and right before Christmas vacation after the Hazing Movie was shown, in a heavy rain, many Sophomores put up and decorated a Christmas Tree which stands in front of 126 Beacon Street. The biggest event for the year for all of Emerson College will be Winter Weekend. There will be a dance Friday, a concert Saturday — which will be followed by a party at the top of the Prudential. “Up the Down Staircase” is the Sophomore Production. We are also going to do a series of service projects such as debates and lectures. It has been quite an excellent year for the Class of 1972. CLASS OF 73 SITTING: S. Corn, K. Kutscher, R. Stag!, R. Cohen, M. Nemeroff, T. Greenberg. FIRST ROW: P. Sussen, A. Rennolds, D. Zwanziger, M. Maddock, treasurer: J. Dunne, vice-president; A. Morgenstern, secretary; C. Millard, president; J. Guterman, J. Oliver, D. Gibson. SECOND ROW J. Ofgang, B. Peabody Jr., D. Sheppard, B. Fisher, T. Koldys, M. Simpson, A. Cohen, L. Fiftal, S. Dennis, A. Roberts, T. Ryder. THIRD ROW: S. Perkins, B. Dillane, J. Buczynski, J. Grose, D. Firmender, F. Custin, M. Harnes, D. Flynn, P. Bunetta, R. Koehler, S. Feder. Being a Freshman at Emerson is one new experience after another. Hazing hit us unexpectedly. It was like being thrown into a cold shower immediately after waking up in the morning. As Freshmen we are all waking up to a new way of life; a life where you are basically your own master; a life where you make yourself what you want to be; an awakening to reality where you have to do things for yourself. It is a time when you have to shape and govern yourself into a person. There are things that have to be done, and things that you will want to do. Some of these goals are individual, but most of them are as a Class. Hazing started us on the way to becoming a cohesive, working group. We must apply the abilities of this group to make the Class a success. The Freshmen Show will be a measurement of how well the Class of 1973 can work together. It will illustrate our potential. ’73 will always be! 76 Hctitnties STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION SITTING: J Gilgun, president. Student Government Association; D. Ludwig, secretary. Student Government Association; B. Pieper, treasurer. Student Government Association. STANDING: C. Zu- kroff. Junior Class president; C. Millard, Freshman Class president; M. Yudin, Sophomore Class president; B. Kelman, Senior Class president. MISSING: L. Schofield, vice-president, Student Govern- ment Association. The Student Government Association serves as the voice of the Student Body. It consists of the Representative Assembly and the All College Assembly. Nine members are elected from each class to serve in the Representative Assembly, and all remaining students are members of the All College Assembly. The Representative Assembly meets on the first and third Mondays of each month, and the All College Assembly on the second and fourth Thursdays. The President is the presiding officer of the All College Assembly, and the Vice President presides over the Representative Assembly. Any motion passed in either branch must also pass in the other branch before it is finalized. 78 REPRESENTATIVE ASSEMBLY FIRST ROW: T. Ryder, M. Hoodkiss, N. Sugarman, E. Werner, M. R. Cohen. THIRD ROW: T. Cannon, B. Errigo, M. Romano, F. Greenberg, R. Steinberg, M. Kelman, B. Fisher. SECOND ROW: Au stin, M. Werboflf, B. Russell, D. Kasabian. E. Schreiber, R. Goldsmith, B. Kelman, R. Benak, D. Campanella, The Representative Assembly of the Student Government Association is comprised of 36 members — 9 elected from each class. These representatives work on ten standing committees dealing with all aspects of life at Emerson — from the food to the finances. The Representative Assembly, presided over by the Vice President of the S.G.A., also serves as a sort of “Senate”; in order for any motion to be put into effect it must pass both branches of the S.G.A. — the All College Assembly and the Representative Assembly. 79 GOLD KEY HONOR SOCIETY FIRST ROW: B. Pronovost, L. Kozinn, G. Grossman, parliamen- tarian; G. A. Wolman, secretary; A. Farnum, vice speaker; M. Greenberg, speaker; J. Rankin, treasurer; M. Hoodkiss, election chairman; S Long. L. Slavetsky. SECOND ROW: M. Auerbach, M. Kaufman, M. Kanoff. L. Orabone, B. Safire, R. Finegold, R. Houle, D. Ludwig, G. Metzker, J. Cover, J. Brodeur, S. Monte, T. Rudkin. THIRD ROW: R. Wexler, B. Reed, C. Zukroff, B. Cutler, R. Pimes, M. Halpern, O. Strandquist, B. Carey, R. Steinberg, P. Sulli- van, M. Kelman, B. Stein. Gold Key is Emerson’s honor society. It was founded for the purpose of rendering service to the College. Students who have maintained a high academic average and who have shown sincere interest in school affairs and extra-curricular activities are eligible for membership. Only 3% of the student population are actually chosen for membership. Gold Key members offer assistance during various formal College functions. These include Freshmen Orientation, Founder’s Day Weekend, Alumni Weekend, Parents Weekend, and Commencement. 80 BERKELEY BEACON FIRST ROW: J. Buczynski, T. Rudkin, S. Ostrow, R. Fort, editor- Chafitz, P. Goldstein, A. Alpert, C. Cominos, B. C. Brown, L. Sam- in-chief; L. Komblau, sports editor; P. Saavedra, business manager; uel. P. Barnes, S. Perkins. SECOND ROW: C. Taub, D. Firmender, J. This year saw an entirely new Berkeley Beacon . The format, content, and tone of the paper was different than any other year. There were reviews of books, the theatre, cinema, and dance; interesting pictorial essays; poetry; and well-rounded coverage of the school news — a handsomer paper by far! SCRIBE FIRST ROW: P. Barnes, art editor; J. Davis, editor-in-chief; M. Greenwald. SECOND ROW; M. Fritz, A. Kiley, M Auerbach, secretary-treasurer; C. Fortunato, R. Balter. MISSING: T. Lux, poetry editor. Scribe , Emerson’s literary magazine, has grown immensely richer and thicker in the last two years. Completing his second year as Editor, Jeffrey Davis is the first editor to put out a seventy page bound edition of the magazine. The prose and poetry composing the magazine have reached a newer and greater depth of literary style and ability. It is no wonder that Scribe is Emerson’s most popular publication of the year. 82 PERSPECTUS MAGAZINE L. Roach, editor-in-chief; C. Bickford, assistant production manager; K. Winslow, assistant production manager. Perspectus Magazine is a project of Emerson’s Journalism Practicum class. The magazine is written, edited, and distributed solely through the efforts of the journalism students. 83 FORENSICS J. Niles, S Meyers, vice-president, treasurer; R. Cohen. MISSING: J. Shevlin, president. The Forensic Society is the most successful and most competitive organization at Emerson College. Their achievements are nationally renowned. The Emerson College Debating [ earn has captured many a trophy, and as far as we can see, it will continue to do so. This is one tradition that never seems to be broken. 84 E.B.O.N.I. SITTING: C. Edwards, secretary; D. Mains, president; G. Martin, L. Peterson, D. Madey, J. Cover, vice-president; J. Arthur, treasurer. STANDING: P. Robinson, R. Allert; D. Lee, R. Shell. MISSING: P. Blue, public relations chairman. The realities of life we face Together The problems that we have in Common The colorlessness of our souls make us One And bring us together in EBONI EBONI, Emerson’s Black Organization with Natural Interests formed in the Spring of 1968, is the first organization on Emerson’s campus to which Black students can relate and work together with the goal of making Emerson more relevant to its Black constituents. 85 E.B.O.N.I. SPEAKS EBONl. Emerson’s Black Organization with Natural Interests, is designed to promote unity and communication among the Black students here at Emerson. Its goal is to encourage the Black student to be always aware of who and what he is, and to use this knowledge in his everyday life. It is an organization created through pride and sustained through respect. The desire for new ideas, new methods, and new approaches to reach the Black youth of today made Spring 1969 a time of excitement, contemplation, and introspection. EBONl presented its TEN DEMANDS. 1 The incoming Freshmen class of Emerson include no less than 30 Black students. 2 Emerson College provide to five of these Black students full fellowships, and to another five partial fellowships, totalling ten fellowships for the ' 69-70. 3 Workships are to be made available by each department for students requiring additional assistance. 4 The College hire one Black male guidance counselor. 5 The College hire one fulltime Black recruiter to work in conjunction with the admissions office. 6 Two Black students and the Black recruiter sit on the admission review committee. 7 The Baccalaureate degree requirements to include for every student at Emerson at least one course dealing with Black History or Culture, and that such courses be included in the curriculum. 8 The speech course Black Rhetoric, to be made an option for Black students towards the fulfillment of speech requirements replacing either Ora! Interpretation or Argumentation. 9 The following dates: January 15-Birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and May 19 — Birthday of Malcolm X, to be observed as school holidays by all students. 10 The school menu for dormitory residents provide “soul food” twice a month. The menu suggestions to be provided by EBONl. 86 1 INTER-FAITH COUNCIL SITTING: P. Berry, secretary-treasurer; L. Kornblau, president. STANDING: B. Pead, vice-president. The Inter- Faith Council coordinates all of the activities of the three religious organizations here at Emerson. It was created to establish a better understanding among the different religious organizations, and discusses as a group any problems or questions that arise. 88 EMERSON CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SITTING: M. Romano, B. Noonan, J. Gilgun, R. Mello, A. Rob- ROW: B. Carey, C. Kelley, M. Sheridan, L. Orabone, J. Brodeur, J. erts. FIRST ROW: P. Bowe, P. Sullivan, vice-president; P. Berry, Dunne, D. Walcovy. president; M. Downs, secretary-treasurer; A. Sullivan. SECOND The goal of the Emerson Catholic Community is to keep Roman Catholic students active, involved, and interested in their religion. Their meetings involve deep discussions concerning how Christian love can be a vital part of every activity. The Word of God is not only a Sunday affair. 89 HILLEL FIRST ROW: C. Rosenfeld, vice-president; L. Komblau, president; L. Samuel. SEC- OND ROW: M. Casso, A. Alpert, E. Braverman, P. Goldstein. MISSING: D. Hirsh, secretary; M. Levenson. The Emerson College Hillel Group functions in association with the Hillel Foundation of Boston University. Its goals are the pursuit and understanding of the ideals of Jewish Culture and Tradition among all people. 90 STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION FIRST ROW: A. Sward, A. Famum, S. Long. SECOND ROW: B. Pead, president; C. Bures, B. Reid, K. Winslow. The Student Christian Association, the Protestant Organization of the Emerson Community, finds its primary function as a meeting place of ideas, both religiously and socially relevant. An integral part of the S.C.A. philosophy is the solidarity of its members with those of Newman, Appostate and Hillel, in the interest of ecumenicism. While the latitude of personal beliefs is wide, the Student Christian Association encourages individual thought and communication in both secular and religious areas of life. 91 ASSOCIATE AID TO SPEECH THERAPY FIRST ROW: M. Hoodkiss, M. Lemerise. SECOND ROW: D. Ludwig, S. Long, A. Famum, D. Disbrow, E. Werner. Associate Aid to Speech Therapy is an organization dedicated to the service of the Robbins Speech and Hearing Center. After graduation, many of its members go on to become members of its parent organization. Aid to Speech Therapy. 92 ORAL INTERPRETATION SOCIETY FIRST ROW: M. Gross, recording secretary; R. Valente, vice-president; B. Carey, L. Samuel. SEC- OND ROW: A. Sullivan, T. Ryder, J. Gilgun, J. Goodman, P. Bowe, corresponding secretary. MISSING: J. Ross, president; J. Hyman, treasurer. The Oral Interpretation Society was founded in the Spring of 1969. Oral Interpretation is one of the precepts upon which Emerson College was founded. This form of speech performance is what makes Emerson unique. Individual members of the Society have entered many different contests and festivals throughout the United States. We are very proud and honored to say that they have been the recipients of many trophies and awards. The Oral Interpretation Society sponsors all Southwick performances here at Emerson. 93 SPEECH CHOIR FIRST ROW: Mrs. Mode, mascot; J. Sonion, publicity chairman; P. Bowe, treasurer: C. Bures, vice-president; A. Famum, president; S. Cohen, secretary; D. Neigher, co-director; K. Mather. SECOND ROW: K. Benjamin, C. Bova, D. Zwanziger, J. Riggs, S. Goldberg, M. Cicerone, S. Long. THIRD ROW: J. Niles, J. Grose, B. Reid, T. Koldys, R. Mello. The purpose of the Emerson College Speech Choir is to achieve a vocal harmony through the blending of voices- not singing voices, but speaking voices. This is accomplished by the division of poetry and prose into vocal parts, and through the Speech Choir’s oral interpretation of these forms of literature. The Speech Choir performs both at Emerson College’s winter and spring convocations, and at high schools and private clubs in Massachusetts. The Speech Choir has also performed at the Martin Luther King School for elementary school children, and has aided WBZ-TV in one of its productions. 94 CHORUS FIRST ROW: K. Hultgren, R. Foley, vice-president; J. McSorley, treasurer; R. Pettitt, director; L. Orabone, president; K. Holtvedt, secretary; S. Orford, librarian; M. Romano, vice-president; J. Dunne. SECOND ROW: T. Ryder, L. Jainchill, H. Copenhagen, M. B. Leidman, J. Guterman, K. Benjamin, B. Case, B. Peabody, Jr., J. Phillips. THIRD ROW: K. Ullman, A. Sandler, J. Riggs, P. Saavedra, D. DeCormier, D. Zwanziger, N. Kalmes, A. Rennold. Under the professional direction of Mr. Robert Pettitt, the Emerson College Singing Chorus has completed another fine musical season. This performing organization has functioned in the traditional convocations, monthly chapels, and Founder’s Day. The annual Fall, Christmas, and Spring Concerts highlight the musical events of the year, culminating with participation in the graduation ceremony. For the past few years, the Chorus has been invited to celebrate the Christmas Holidays as performing guests at the Prudential Center. The group also made several video-tape recordings for the patients of local hospitals. 95 M.S.E.A FIRST ROW: A. Friedler, M. Kaufman, treasurer; L. Rjendeau, Rogers, A. Liftman, P. Berry, J. Gilgun, L. Orabone, S. Kates. MISS- advisor: R Fnedler, president. SECOND ROW ' : Z. Sheinberg, R. ING: S. Murphy, secretary; R. Sosny. M.S.E.A. is a student organization designed to help and guide students who plan to pursue a career in the field of teaching. 96 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS SOCIETY FIRST ROW: D. Cobum, president; M. Hoodkiss, secretary; M. Romano, vice-president. SECOND ROW: S. Meyers, treasurer; C. Cominos. MISSING: J. Stelefson, vice-president; G. Ursul, advisor. The International Relations Society serves Emerson College by bringing prominent and controversial speakers from the United States and Abroad into our midst. Their aim is to involve the student in today’s world affairs, and to encourage participation in the ever changing world of tomorrow. This year the Society will again partake in the United Nations Model Assembly in New York City. 97 SOCIAL SERVICE FIRST ROW: S. Shure, M. Lemense, C. Munster, treasurer; B. Cutler, D. Disbrow, G. Young, president; D Woolfson. SECOND ROW: M. Hoodkiss, A. Morganstem, vice-president; M. Romano, L. Greenberg, secretary. The Social Service Committee is Emerson’s volunteer tutoring organization. Its members contribute one afternoon a week to help those requiring academic assistance. In many cases, all that’s needed is a little “extra” attention. Emerson students are more than willing to contribute this tiny amount. They have learned that helping others has provided more than personal satisfaction. It helps them to understand themselves and the world around them just a little bit better. 98 SAILING CLUB FIRST ROW: A. Sullivan, D. Walcovy, B. Carey, P. Reinhard, treasurer; S. Long, vice commodore; M. Messinger, commodore; R. Earley, advisor; Mrs. Mode, mascot. SECOND ROW: R. Deamer, D. Sheppard, R. Benak, M. Lemerise, D. Disbrow, T. Rudkin, J. McSorley, B. Peabody Jr., M. Werboff. THIRD ROW: B. Crozer, L. Roach, J. Gilgun, D. Firmender, R. Foley, J. Reed, T. Cannon, D. Gibson. The Sailing Club is one of the largest and most popular organizations here at Emerson. The promotion and encouragement of competitive and recreational sailing are its main goals. Two fiberglass Fins, six checkmate sloops, and a Boston Whaler comprise the “fleet”. Sailing, racing, and instruction are available to all members of the organization. 99 WECB SITTING: R. Deamer, J. Anatra, J. Ofgang, R. Mello. FIRST ROW J Brodeur, E. Madej, D. Kaufman, music director; H. Lapides, production director; B. Korkin, station manager; A, Carrus, sales- -promotion director; H. Landman, traffic director; B, Edgerton, assistant engineer; B. O’Brien, D. Gibson. SECOND ROW ' : S. Dennis, A. Raichelle, M. Simpson, J. Conk, G. Braunstein, D. Kasabian, C. Millard, T. Cannon, T. Koldys, E. Symkus. THIRD ROW ' : B. Rosenthal, D. Firmender, J. Buczynski, J. Cohen, B. Pronovost, L. Saltzman, C. Bukolski, B. Ross, P. Levine, M. Barbit, B. Dillane, L. Fiftal. The “voice” of Emerson, WECB, is a closed circuited radio station which entertains the student body. It is manned and operated by the students most interested in the field of Mass Communications. The 6 40 Survey provides the top Rock Sounds and all News headlines throughout the day. 100 WERS-FM FIRST ROW: A. Nelson, D. Alexander, B. O’Brien, J. Mell- gren, D. Tanney, D. Campanella, D. Walcovy, J. Goodman. SECOND ROW: J. Brodeur, J. Luck, J. Smith, M. Werboff, assistant news director; M. Messinger, news director; B. Reed, station manager; W. Merryman, program director; L. Kimball, R. Goldsmith, A. Sinton. THIRD ROW: R. Houle, A. Raich- elle, R. Silva, C. ZukrofF, D. Buck, A. Carrus, J. Conk, B. Korkin, J. Ranz, C. Phillips, advisor. FOURTH ROW: B. Ros- enthal, R. Foley, R. Dome, J. Richards, B. Reid, C. Bures, P. Levine, W. Pead, M. Mularczyk, J. Cohen, L. Komblau. WERS is the 18,000 watt FM radio station of Emerson College. It is a non-commercial station that is staffed and operated mostly by Emerson broadcast majors. For the 1969-70 season, WERS altered its format to introduce a New, Contemporary Sound to Boston. A new program called Collage revolved principally around fresh music sounds. Parts of the program were devoted to discussions and interviews of contemporary and relevant attractions of today. Repertoire, the program of classical music heard evenings, was expanded to include interviews with musicians, concert guides, live concerts, and Listener ' s Choice. The WERS award winning news department continued to provide listeners with regularly scheduled reports of national and local events, along with sports, stock reports, and the weather. The New, Creative Sound of WERS-FM gives Emerson broadcasting majors an ideal opportunity to broaden their scope in the field of creative radio programming. 101 WERS-TV FIRST ROW: B. Behan, B. Rosenthal, L. Kimball, film direc- tor: I. Goldstone, chief engineer: R. Wermer, senior video engi- neer; T Ryder. M. Sugarberg. SECOND ROW: R. Goldsmith, crew chief; E. Baron, J. Brodeur, M. Sullivan, video supervisor; M. Downs, D. Tanney, L. Townes, G. Quenzel, advisor. THIRD ROW: J. Conk, D. Campanula, assistant film director; B. Reid, C. Bures, L. Shaw, J. Rankin, D. Woolfson. " Student Experience First”— This is the slogan of Emerson’s closed circuited television station WERS-TV. Broadcasting majors and other talented and interested students can get a chance to participate and practice in studio operations. They also partake in directing and producing their own shows while trying to create new and interesting television techniques. Each student in the TV Practicum class is required to produce a “masterpiece”. These masterpieces as well as other programs, news to variety, are all a part of the programming schedule each year. 102 ; ► INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL J. Shevlin, M. Werboff, M. Messinger, president; C. Munster, vice-president; V. DeFeo. The responsibility of the Inter Fraternity Council is to provide good communication among the four fraternities here at Emerson. Each fraternity President and a special representative from each fraternity compose the Council. The regulation of pledge programs and the coordination of inter fraternity sport competitions and social functions are all activities of IFC. 104 PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL SITTING: M. Fleck, M. Greenberg, R. Valenti. STANDING: M. Sheridan, J. Schwartz, B. Carey, K. Webster, G. Wolman. The responsibility of the Pan Hellenic Council is to serve the best interests of the College and the Sororities at all times. It is composed of the Presidents and special representatives of each of the three sororities. The Council supervises and coordinates all rules for rushing and all other inter sorority activities. The Pan Hellenic Council displays and conveys the ideals of sisterhood here at Emerson. 105 ALPHA PI THETA FIRST ROW: J. Heyman, M. Romano, corresponding secre- tary; K. Rosenbaum, treasurer; D. Ludwig, Theta Queen; C. Munster, president; D, Woolfson, vice-president; P. Sullivan, recording secretary ; C. ZukrofT. SECOND ROW: M. Sullivan, B. Freedman, J. Conk, D. Marlowe, M. Yudin, D. Campan- ella. B. Rosenthal, M. Kelman, A. Shaio. D. Tanney. THIRD ROW: J. Shevlin, S. Shure, J. Honig, B. Pronovost, S. Myer, H. Holmes, B. Pieper, J. Caputa. Alpha Pi Theta, the fraternal organization for brotherhood and social involvement, is noted for producing wholesome brotherhood and a fun-filled social atmosphere among many outstanding Emerson students. Founded in 1946, Theta draws its brothers from a diversified background. Each brother rates potential prominence in his chosen profession and brings honor to it as well as to himself. A Gold Brick, a Green Blazer, a Straw Hat, and the unconquerable “Go Green” spirit will always remain in the hearts of the brothers of Alpha Pi Theta. 106 ATT£)| 107 ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA C. Jordan, J. Arthur, J. Melton. 108 Alpha Kappa Alpha is the first Black Sorority established in the United States. The Epsilon Chapter, established in 1913, has been successful in attaining the ideals of “service to all mankind” by establishing and implementing many programs. These include job opportunity and employment for youth, scholarships, training undergraduates for leadership, voter education, and first class citizenship. They are certainly an asset to the community. 109 FIRST ROW: D. Weston, A. Goodwin, president; D. levins, vice-president. SECOND ROW: T. Gen- dron. K. Sinhart, secretary-treasurer; C. Gray. MISSING: P. Yenofsky, D. Brookins, R. Laver. I 10 LAMBDA PSI PI Lambda Psi Pi is Emerson’s newest fraternity. Founded in the 1968-69 academic year. Lambda exemplifies the strength and loyalty bonded in the ideals of brotherhood. KAPPA GAMMA CHI FIRST ROW: E. Werner, D. Ludwig, treasurer, N. Fisher, secretary, M. Greenberg, president, G. Wolman, vice president, D Disbrow, H. Rosenfield. social chairman. SECOND ROW: M Segal, D. Berger, A. Berliner, S. Billion, L. Wachtenheim, H. Straka, L. Kozinn, M. Amenta, D. Souza, M. Lemerise. THIRD ROW: M. Kanoff, S. Rose, N. Sugarman, S. Scialo, B. Cutler, J. Turtle, A. Levy, G. Metzker, M. Hoodkiss. Sisters . . . interesting, lively, aggravating, changing, singular, significant, reflective, searching, innovative, sharing, understanding, human, arguing, challenging . . . people, individuals I f PH: Jg i jffiA - ' J LmM MB phL-V IfiJ rt % | xpl nr H v " ’ ' ' ■«iik PHI ALPHA TAU SITTING: E. Schreiber. R. Mello, J. Chafitz, R. Goldsmith. FIRST ROW: J. Ward. H. der Marderosian. I. Goldstone, E. Baron, treasurer: S. Aronowitz, M. Messinger, president; M. W ' erboff. vice-president; B. Behan, recording secretary; J. Gil- gun. J Zorn. H Morgan. SEGOND ROW: C. Phillips, R. Pettitt, R. Pierce, G. Blackwell, D. de Mesquita, L. Roach, R. Benak, D. Alexander, M. Applebaum, G. Snowden. THIRD ROW: J. Goodman, J Rankin, J. Reed, P. Goldstein, B. Rus- sell, C. Bures, A. Farnum, L. Komblau, D. Kaufman, P. Greengross, E. Matthews. Phi Alpha Tau, the nation’s oldest communicative arts fraternity was founded at Emerson in 1902. This past year the fraternity has labelled its goal as the “Year of Brotherhood " , along with promoting the ideals and goals of Emerson College and furthering the communicative arts, bringing to the National Fraternity dignity and honor. The sear began with the first big event at Emerson, Showcase ’73. This annual event provides the incoming freshmen class the opportunity to display their talents to the Emerson Family. Tau’s activities throughout the year include the Tau Carol Sing, the Tau Blast, the Tau Press Conference, our weekly outings to the Norfolk Settlement House, and many other events. The most important event to the Brothers and the fraternity is the Joseph E. Connor Memorial Award. The presentation always proves to be one of the highlights of the school year. 1 PHI MU GAMMA FIRST ROW: B Peak, J. Schwartz, vice-president; M. Fleck, president; H. Stuart, treasurer; S. Gold- berg, recording secretary. SECOND ROW: D. Janson, R. Houle, K. Webster, P. Browne. Phi Mu Gamma is an international, social, service, speech and fine arts professional sorority, Emerson College having the Alpha C ' hapter. Its aim is “to instill loyalty among its members and to work on mental as well as artistic development”. The membership is proud of quality rather than quantity. One of Phi Mu Gamma’s main activities is the sponsorship of the Faculty Talent Show which gives the Emerson Family the opportunity to see the staff of the College in a real sense and also provides enjoyment for all. Aside from this, there are many things that Phi Mu Gamma does within her own ranks for and with the sisters, not only for themselves but also for others. They have theatre parties, a senior supper, spring picnic and sponsor a Christmas party for a local orphanage. This year they also had an open house following the Phi Alpha Tau Showcase ’73, not only to welcome the freshmen into the ranks of Emerson, but also to welcome back the entire student body. An open coffee hour was also given for the faculty. 117 RHO DELTA OMEGA FIRST ROW: P Steiner, M. Connor, vice-president; D. Ber- man. president: D DeFeo. SECOND ROW: J. Glasserow, C. Comninos, treasurer; S. Lust, D. Maturi, recording secretary; C. Ally, V, DeFeo, J. DeCicco. MISSING: L. Lothrope, G Pomeroy, P. Gaines, C. Callahan, G. Woods. What more can be said than what has been muttered or stuttered or sworn between these hallowed ivy walls . . . m r ■ k 4 ' ■ 1 ||K UU - - aL 119 ZETA PHI ETA FIRST ROW: M Halpem, recording secretary; R. Valente, OND ROW: H. Copenhagen, B. Stein, K. Starzyk, M. Sheri- president: B. Carey, vice-president; L. Samuel, treasurer. SEC- dan, J. Cover, P. Bowe. MISSING: S. Turco. Zeta Phi Eta is the National Professional Speech Arts and Sciences Fraternity for Women. Emerson has the Alpha Chapter, organized in 1908. The Zetas work to join together women committed to maintaining higher standards in speech and speech sciences speech education, theatre, radio, motion pictures, television, interpretation, public address, speech correction and communications. We are mostly a service fraternity planning activities for the College and the Community such as Christmas parties for the underprivileged children, bake sales, and the Zeta Happening. 120 ALPHA EPSILON RHO FIRST ROW: R Houle, corresponding secretary; P. Swanson, president; B. Reed. SECOND ROW: A. Jacobs, B Hillman, W Pead, J. Rankin. MISSING: C. Cutler, vice-president; H. Holmes, G. Grossman. Alpha Epsilon Rho, the national honorary broadcasting fraternity, has chapters in thirty-five colleges and universities that offer majors in the field of broadcasting. The fraternity helps to prepare its members for future roles as responsible broadcasters by fostering professional- ism and leadership in the broadcasting areas while emphasizing su- perior scholarship and creative participation. The letters A, E, and R stand for Always Excellent Radio. 122 ALPHA PSI OMEGA BOTTOM ROW: Richard Pimes, Lynn Rabinow, Gail Young, Secretary Ceei Hart, Linda Orabone, Mary Shortkroff, Jack Hyman. TOP ROW: Douglas Arbetman, Don DeMesquita, Kristine Holtvedt, President Vincent Ventola, Vice President Eric Steiner, Eileen Rosen, Jeffrey Gaines, Bill Ludel. ABSENT: Treasurer Roger Lavoir, Howard Feuerstein, Ollie Boston, John Brown, Shiela Hickey, David Maturi, Ann Steiner, FACULTY ADVISOR: Dr. A. D. Sensenbach. 123 SIGMA ALPHA ETA FIRST ROW: M. Halpern, M. Fleck, secretary; P. Sullivan, Fisher, J. Cover, S. Cohen, G. Metzker, H. Straka, T. Sherman, vice-president; A Famum, president; L. Kozinn, treasurer, N. C. Balzano. Sugarman. SECOND ROW: T. Rudkin, G. A. Wolman, N. Sigma Alpha Eta is the National Speech and Hearing Honorary Fraternity created to provide all students who are interested in Speech Pathology and Audiology with more extensive social and professional experiences. It also tries to foster a spirit of unity by coordinating the interests and efforts of persons with a common goal by providing situations in which students and faculty may work together as a team to advance the profession as a whole. A fine example of this is the birth at the end of last year of an organization known as SPDR, the Speech Professionals with Democratic Responsibility. This is a group organized at Emerson to give the speech pathologist more insight into the profession by getting out and working with people to help them and to help the student also discover himself. Sigma is proud to say that SPDR is now a working organization in its own right. 124 One man who lives by earning the right to win One man who cared for every athlete he trained as if they were his sons One man in which loyalty, courage and bravery stemmed to all One man whom all could trust One man whom all would respect One man who knows the true meaning of education One man the two of us will never forget One man— MR. JAMES PECKHAM. Garry Woods Peter Steiner Sports Editors 126 SAILING TEAM RACING TEAM 1 127 HOCKEY Emerson College’s Hockey Team entered its fourth year of existence in splendid tradition. Only in its second year on the varsity level, Emerson battled Gordon College, Curry College and many others on their way to an 8-2 record, thus far with three games left. 128 Peter O’Brien — The senior captain of the hockey team who came down here from Canada and proved to us that Canadians can really skate. Peter did more than skate though. He led the team in scoring, was the johnny on the spot when the going got rough and provided the inspirational leadership that made this year’s hockey team the most successful in the school’s history. Dick Pleasants— A senior who came back from suffering a broken leg to do a very comparable job as a very tough defenseman. Dick Norcross — A tremendous goalie. Words aren’t adequate to describe some of the impossible saves that he made while in the nets. Undoubtedly the best goalie that this school has ever seen. Andy Cerrone— A transfer student who helped protect our net while playing rugged defense. Andy was also a big man for Emerson on the power play. Gary Walsh — A newcomer who really helped the team with his play and his enthusiasm. Ted Gendren — A boy who didn’t see a lot of action but his moral support was greatly felt by his teammates. Pete Gilmore — Instrumental in the many lopsided victories of the hockey team. Fred Faust — One of the team’s leading scorers. Fred was a tiger on defense and a workhorse on offense. Blair Richardson- Player-Coach of the hockey team who deserves much credit for his guidance and performance both on the ice and off. 129 WRESTLING Captain. Wrestling Team— Michael Connor 1 18 lbs. Art Roberts 126 Ron Pittman 134 Mike Connor 142 Dennis Sheridan 1 50 Jack Hyman 1 58 George Ogle 167 Cyrus Comninos 177 Steve Muroviec 191 Scott Breuninger Heavyweight Dave Maturi A team that has a very very tough schedule, wrestling, MIT, Holy Cross, Lowell Tech, Lowell State, Boston State and Plymouth, Hartford and Rhode Island Col- leges. The team is young and Coach Peckham should be smiling to see all the talent that he will have back next year. Only two wrestlers are graduating this year. With Mr. Peckham’s expert guidance our New England Championship Greco-Roman team should have some more good years ahead of them. 130 Emerson College Basketball attained a new “high” this past season. They man- aged to win more games than the Lion teams of the three previous seasons com- bined. Highlights of the year were: 1 Captain Lew Peterson contributing another phenomenal scoring season. 2. Bill Hazelwood and Peter Dierks providing the rebounding strength needed to win ball games. 3. Eddie “the people’s choice” Cohen receiving a standing ovation for his unprecedent- ed performance against Curry College. 4 Discovery to the fact that the referee that the fans consistently booed was chosen as Emerson ' s new baseball coach. 5. Rich Carton showing expert ball handling ability. 6 Craig De Bona, Marty Grudzinski, Phil Eevine, Don Sandler and Joel Zorn all added to a well rounded ball club. With the big guns returning. Coach Bradley can look forward to a super season next year. 132 Good luck to Mr. Jim Marshall, the new baseball coach of the Emerson ball club. This year’s squad has one returning ballplayer from last year’s team. It can be considered a rebuilding year with the potential of a win- ning season. Emerson has the baseball talent; let’s hope the talent decides to play. Emerson ' s cross-country season was highlighted by Rick Barnes ' dramatic first place finish, which is Emer- son ' s only such finish in its short history of cross-country racing. The Emerson trackmen finished with an impres- sive season in one of the school’s most grueling sports. Hats off goes to the five man team who complimented Emerson College by upholding our reputation as a hard fighting and determined athletic team. 134 country tt m 135 136 Boston— 1970. the most active theatre town in the east, with its professional companies, work- shops and schools, and emerson. with its major productions, workshops and now two student or- ganizations making emerson the most active the- atre company in boston, its work will be judged by the professional academia, the uninvolved review- er, and ultimately the emerson audience itself, this section is dedicated to our influence on the boston theatre scene. Weatrc EMERSON COLLEGE DEPARTMENT OF DRAMA ARTS EMERSON COLLEGE THEATRE ISO BEACON ST. THE FIREBUGS m mm MARCH 21-25 EVENING 30 I Ml i;- » H I M-l in n or hi; m i i vi» i I MtlOl rulIM.I HII.VlHI I 10 III ON SlltH I 2 2 20 10 r l. 2 10 EMERSON COLLEGE DEPT. OF DRAMATIC ARTS EMERSON THEATRE 110 BEACON ST. OCTOBER 2 »,30 3I NOVEMBER 1 2 BY LUIGI PIRANDELLO CURTAIN: 830 PM 138 Rolf Scharre Pantomime EMERSON COLLEGE CHAPTER q F ALPHA PSI OMEGA EMERSON COLL. THEATRE 130 BEACON A MUSICAL BY MARK WHIELER MCQUIE BFPGFP tk L KaL 4X 0A14, o it Uhy 1 17 ,19 % 3 o Jim jdUj v-) ’XkaoJL ' vL ' 3oJy Qjds ru aw-acxo SfiXa o ee ?wr in assoc iatiom v ith the ktftRSow co4e £ DEPT: of dramatic Aftrs p M M- PASSING 139 140 THE MIME SHOW 141 142 THE GARBAGE HUSTLERS 143 144 KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF THE BATH 145 THE TOTAL ECLIPSE OF 146 STEPHANIE SHRECK 147 THE REAL INSPECTOR HOUND 148 RUMPLESTILTSKIN 150 tkc CpaerSortCdlete Mtag flayers iso ftecusoti jftJ tfjtton, This year the Strolling Players of the Theatre Education Department once again proved that touring a childrenSs show is a lob of work, a lot of fun, and a lot of good experience. Adapting sets and blocking in Ali Baba and the Fortfr Thieves to fit such widely diverse stages as the tiny old-fashioned box (sans lighting) at Pepperell, to the gigantic fully equipped (Century light board) one at Concord, is probably one of the quickest ways of learning theatre. Hauling sets and cost-limes every week may not be fun, but it does build muscle and convinces even the most dogmatic of the values of minimal scenery. For the spring show, David MaMahon ' s script. The Undis - covered King called for full medieval regalia, complete with horses and knights in shining armor. Director Polly Hogan kept the kids fascinated with this story of King Arthur as a young boy. The clever use of puppets, such as Merlin’s pet owl, Archimedes, gave a great boost to the show which also featured a hilariously clumsy joust. Ask any of the actors or technicians and they ' ll tell you that an audience of children is probably the most demanding they ' ve ever faced. But there must be something good in it, for many of the first-semester company members came back for more second semester as well. 152 153 FIORELLO 154 155 156 157 PERFORMING ARTS SOCIETY FIRST ROW: J McSorley, O. Strandquist, P. Sussen. SECOND ROW: J. Wallace, B. Hittzik, B. C. Brown. THIRD ROW: M. Gross, secretary; D. Souza. E. Schneider. 158 EUGENE B. TEIXE1RA Boston University, B.S. I ' ice President for Administration and External Affairs 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. Academic Vice President , Dean of the College, Chairman of the History Department 160 OLIVER W. WOODRUFF Boston University, B.S., M.Ed. Dean of Students WILLIAM J. CHEVALIER St. John’s Seminary, B.A. Boston College. M.Ed. Assistant Dean of Students SHELTON FORREST Assistant Dean of Students PHYLLIS R. GLICKMAN McGill University, B.A., M.S. Applied Assistant Dean of Students JOAN F. WALLENT University of Chicago Assistant Director of Admissions DANA K. DENAULT Director of A dmissions DAVID ROUNDTREE Assistant Director of Admissions 161 JOHN W. ZORN University of New Hampshire, Emerson College, B.L.I., A.M., Boston University, Ed.M. Professor of Education Director of Continuing Education ELIZABETH A. COATES Boston University, A.B., B.A. Registrar VIRGINIA WHEELER Emerson College, B.A. Administrative Assistant, Theatre Education FRANCIS X. DOHERTY University of Missouri, B.A., M.Ed. Director of Financial Aid W ' INTHROP S. CARLSON Bryant College, B.S. Comptroller LUCY JONES Assistant to Comptroller MARTIN YOUNG Superintendent of Buildings anil Grounds AGNES H POWERS Director of Student Housing THOMAS J. HAUBER Emerson College, B.S. Director of Union and House Direc- tor DONNA PERRY A dministrative Assistant, College Union JOAN PELON Director of A lumni Records GEORGE H BLAC ' KWEI I Business Manager MIMI BAINS Director of Alumni Relations SAM GREELEY Director of Public Relations 162 ALVA STANLEY Head Nurse, 100 Beacon St. Esther McCarthy Assistant Nurse, 100 Beacon St. DORMITORY STAFF MILDRED DAVIS Director, 357-359 Beacon St. BLANCHE THOMPSON Director, 22-24-26 Commonwealth Ave. SHERRY ROBINS Director, 190 Beacon St. ALICE SANBORN Director, 100 Beacon St. FRANCES TAYLOR Director, 86 Marlborough St. HAMILTON COMSTOCK Director, 206 Beacon St. RUTH HENRY Director, 191 Beacon St 163 ELSIE MODE Director, 150 Beacon St. t DR. COLEMAN C. BENDER Pennsylvania State University, A.B., AM.. Emerson College, A M., University of Illinois, Ph D. Professor of Speech JUNE HAMBLIN MITCHELL Emerson College, B.L.I., M.A., A.M., Columbia University, Tufts University Professor of Speech BERNADETTE MacPHERSON Emerson College, B.L.I., MS., Boston University, Boston College Assistant Professor of Speech MICHAEL PEVZNER Emerson College, B.S., M.S. Instructor in Speech MARILYN Y. LEWIS Buena Vista College, B.A., Univer sity of South Dakota, M.A., Colo rado State College Instructor in Speech DR. ARTHUR O. BRUCE Massachusetts College of Osteop- athy, D.O., Middlesex University School of Medicine, M.D., Har- vard School of Medicine Lecturer in Speech J. EDWIN HOLLINGWORTH Dartmouth College, B.A., Boston University, Lowell Technical Insti- tute, Baldwin-Wallace College, Emerson College Assistant Professor of Speech 164 WALTER LITTLEFIELD Michigan State University, B.A., M.A. Assistant Professor of Speech MICHAEL BLOWEN Emerson College, B.A., M.A. Instructor in Speech KENNETH C. CRANNELL Emerson College, B.A., M.A., Uni- versity of Michigan, Northwestern University Associate Professor of Speech HAIG DER MARDEROSIAN Emerson College, B.L.I., M.S., Co- lumbia University Associate Professor of Speech MELVYN BUCHOLTZ Instructor in Speech 165 1 CHARLES J. KLIM B.A., M.A. Emerson College; Ph D. University of Pittsburgh; Johns-Hopkins University Chairman of Speech Pathology and Audiology Department DR. DAVID VI LUTERMAN B.A. Brooklyn College; M.S., D.Ed. Pennsylvania State Professor of Speech Pathology and Audiology SPEECH PATHOLOGY AND AUDIOLOGY SUZANNE HARRINGTON B.S., M.A. Ohio State University; Texas Chnstian University Instructor 166 DR. JACOB AZERRAD Clinical Psychologist MARCIA F. BAUM Instructor DR. VILMA BOROS Associate Professor JUDITH CHASIN Instructor IRMA DIRUSSO Associate Professor AMY BRICKER HARRIS Associate Professor MARIA HAYNES Thayer Lindsley Nursery Tutor ELAINE KARP Instructor CAROLYN LUTERMAN Director of Nursery School DAVID MAXWELL Assistant Professor CATHERINE C. PERRY Professor Emerita ROBERT W. SPARKS Lecturer PAMELA SPILATORE Clincial Instructor BARBARA BUCK WOLF Instructor “therapy land” dedication and hard work hopes and dreams a rainbow ' s end . . . 167 LEONIDAS NICK.OLE B.A., M.A. Emerson College; AM. Columbia University Chairman of Theatre Education De- partment Professor 1 LEONARD J. R1ENDEAU B.S., M.S. Emerson College Assistant Professor of Theatre Edu- cation HARRY W. MORGAN B.S.. M.S. Emerson College Assistant Professor of Theatre Edu- cation THEATRE EDUCATION AND DRAMATIC ARTS DR. LLOYD J. LANICH B.A. Washington and Lee University M.A. John Hopkins University Ph.D. Yale Univefsity Chairman of Dramatic Arts Department Professor! H EAT R E EDUCATION BRUCE BARBIER1 Graduate Teaching Asst. DR. LELAND BRADBARD Lecturer JOHN BRAY Assistant in Directing MARY ELLEN HERKAMP Instructor MARY HOGAN Instructor ARTHUR PERRY Instructor DR. L1NDLEY SPENCER Associate Professor JACK STEIN Lecturer DRAMATIC ARTS GARY CASAREELA Instructor ROBERT MARK GINN Assistant Professor JOHN JACOBSEN Instructor ROBERT GRAY MACKEY Technical Asst, in Costume Frances p. McArthur Instructor ROBERT BRUCE MURRAY A ssoeiate Professor RICHARD J. PORTNER Instructor THERESE PORTNER Graduate Teaching Asst. ROLE SCHARRE Visiting Lecturer CARA SHUBIN Instructor JUDITH TYTELL Instructor DR. ALFRED D. SENSEN- BACH M.A. University of Wisconsin; M.F.A., D.F.A. Yale University; Ph.D. Muhlenberg College Associate Professor of Dramatic Arts ALBERT PESSO B.A. Goddard College Assistant Professor of Theatre Edu- cation 168 MASS COMMUNICATIONS DR. GERALD W. KROEGER B.S. Mankato State University; M.A. Ohio Wesleyan University; Ph.D. Florida State University Professor of Mass Communications CHARLES E. PHILLIPS B.S., M.Ed. University of Illinois; Boston College Chairman of Mass Communications Department Professor GEORGE Q. QUENZEL B.A. Hofstra College; M.A. Univer- sity of Iowa Assistant Professor of Mass Com- munications ANN SINTON B. A. Queens University of Belfast; C. A.S. University of Georgia Instructor in Mass Communications JAMES BROSCHART Lecturer ROGER ALLAN BUMP Lecturer KENNETH DANCYGER Lecturer JOSEPH DEVER Lecturer H. LAWRENCE HOLCOMB Professor DAVID WURZEL Instructor VALERIE ELDRIDGE B.A. Denison University; M.A. University of North Carolina Instructor in Mass Communications 169 ENGLISH DR. CHARLOTTE LINDGREN A.B.. A.M., Ph D. Boston Univer- sity Chairman of English Department Professor Leslie a. mcallister B.A. Emerson College - Columbia University Instructor in English DR. RUTH SOUTHWICK MAXFIELD B.L.I., A.M., Litt.D. Emerson Col lege; A.M. Boston University Professor Emerita of English PAULA BENNETT Instructor SHERMAN CARROLL Instructor HELEN CHASIN Lecturer WILLIAM T. CORBETT Instructor CALVIN FORBES Instructor ROY T. HAMMER JR. Assistant Professor PETER KEVILLE Instructor RICHARD PEPP Instructor CATHLEEN QUICK Instructor DR. JAMES R. RANDALL Professor LAWRENCE P. SENELICK Assistant Professor DR. LYNN F. WILLIAMS Associate Professor 170 EDUCATION DR. PHILLIP P. AMATO B.A., M.A. Emerson College; Ph.D. Michigan State University Chairman of Education Department Professor CAROL A. AMATO Instructor JO ANN BRABSON Instructor ALBERT L. MALATESTA Instructor MARY McTERNAN Instructor HERBERT ROTHFARB Lecturer EDNA M. WARD B.A. Emerson College; M.Ed. Tufts University Assistant Professor of Education and Speech IRENE McINNIS B.S. State College at Boston; Ed.M. Boston University Assistant Professor of Education LANGUAGE DR. PAUL A. MOYLAN A.B., A.M. Harvard University; Ph.D. University of Michigan Chairman of Language Department Professor GERD PETER BOND Assistant Professor ALAIN DUCHEMIN Instructor ZOFIA HARRISON Instructor MARIA MONREAL Instructor DR. DOROTHY PARKHURST Professor Emerita 171 SOCIAL SCIENCES DR GEORGE R. URSUL B.A. McMaster University AM. Ph.D. Harvard University Chairman of Social Sciences Department A ssociate Professor LEO F. JOHNSON Lecturer dr. s. Justus McKinley Professor Emeritus ELEANOR MOSCA Instructor ROOSEVELT R. WEAVER Instructor HENRY JON STONIE B.A. Northeastern University; B.D. Newton Theological Inst.; M.A. Boston University Assistant Professor of Social Sciences DR LANCELOT A. GARRARD B.A., M.A. B.D. Oxford Univer- sity; LL.D. Emerson College Chairman of Philosophy Depart- ment Professor PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION DR. GLEN W. SNOWDEN B.A. Franklin and Marshall Col- lege; B.D. Yale University; Th.D. Boston University Assistant Professor of Religion REVEREND ROBERT W. HA- NEY A. B., S.T.B. Harvard College; B. D. Harvard University Instructor in Philosophy 72 MUSIC ROBERT PETTITT B.Mus. Boston University; L.T.C.L. Trinity College; A.M. Emerson College Chairman of Music Department Professor ROGER W ARNOLD A.B., A.M. Tufts University; Seton Hall University Chairman of Math Department Associate Professor MATH HOWARD GARNISS Instructor ARNOLD GRIF FITH Statistical Consultant PSYCHOLOGY FINE ARTS DR. PETER V. COREA A. B., Ph.D. Boston University B. D. Andover Theological Seminary Harvard University Chairman of Psychology Department Professor DR. CAROL LEE GRIFFIN Lecturer REVEREND GERALD KRICK Lecturer STEVEN CURTIS Instructor THOMAS H. DAHILL Professor ANGELA MILLINGTON Assistant in Fine Arts WAYEN PERKINS Instructor DR. DECOURSEY FALES, JR A.B., A.M.. Ph.D. Harvard Univer- sity Associate Professor HISTORY REVEREND JOHN M. COFFEE Lecturer MILDRED HAUGHTON Lecturer COLONEL WILLIAM E. HAR- RISON B.A. Oklahoma City University; LL.B. Oklahoma University Assistant Professor 173 DOROTHEA PAULL Secretary to Dean Pierce RUTH FRITZ Secretary to President Chapin WILLIAM J. LAVERTUE Director of Mailing and Printing Department HELEN DESMOND GAIL MUMSON Receptionist and Secretary to Asst. Deans Switchboard Operator 174 together, in our blind ignorance let us hand in hand search for the light of learning and truth . . 175 we leave as more complete individuals perhaps with a change of values, perhaps with new thoughts we leave with a touch of every emotion with a feeling of sadness, of happiness, of anxiety we can look back to all that has passed, but better, we shall look ahead and apply what we have heard of learned or experienced to enrich this world we live in . . . and for those who still remain, question and search for meaning s to all that exists . . . prepare “for all the seasons of the mind”. Marsha Lemerise Glines 176 177 “I wonder what 1 really am? Really am? Real am Why real?” TULSA 178 fi luff v , 11 r p j - 179 180 “And I remember a willow tree where the sky was blue and the mind free to wonder ” 181 EMERSONIAN ROBERT ZUBATSKY— PHOTOGRAPHER MARC WERBOFF-BUSINESS MANAGER JOANNE FRANKEL— ART EDITOR DAVID MATURI— THEATRE EDITOR PETER STEINER— SPORTS EDITOR GARRY WOODS— SPORTS EDITOR DEBORAH DISBROW— FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION EDITOR MARIS HOODKISS— COPY EDITOR MICHAEL ROMANO— COPY EDITOR JEFFREY DAVIS— DEDICATION WRITE-UP mr. eeslie McAllister— advisor 182 CAMILLE BALZANO DONNA BERGER NANCY FISHER GAEL METZKER LAURIE KOZINN JOSEPH CAPUTA MARCIA KANOFF MARLENE SEGAL ELLEN WERNER JOAN GINSBERG DORIS LUDWIG RUTH BRETEN EILEEN REISS SUSAN BORKS RANDY STEINBERG MICHAEL MESSINGER DAVID BERMAN NEIL RUBINSTEIN SIDNEY MEYER ANN MORGANSTERN GALE ANN WOLMAN LEE SCHOFIELD RON PULOS NANCY SUGARMAN 183 The editor of the 1970 EMERSONIAN would like to thank the follow- ing .. . 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