Fitchburg State University - Saxifrage Yearbook (Fitchburg, MA)

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SAX 3 : l : H Mi : Kz 0 PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS STATE COLLEGE FITCHBURG MASSACHUSETTS THE SAXIFRAGE FOREWORD The purpose of this yearbook is to serve each of you as a record of our individual ex- periences and past college accomplishments at Fitchburg State College. These experiences and accomplishments have been made possible through scholar- ship, sportsmanship, leadership, and the de- velopment of personality. We gain these through organizations, classes, and the many events which have prepared us for service to community and mankind. We, the staff, have tried to gather as many of these components as possible so that in future years the Saxifrage will serve as a re- minder of our capacities and endowments. The Editor I ' " ■ i.. CONTENTS FOREWORD DEDICATION ALMA MATER FACULTY SENIORS CLASS SONG CLASS SPONSORS CLASS HISTORY UNDERCLASSMEN ORGANIZATIONS ATHLETICS MEMORABLE MOMENTS CANDIDS ■i H DEDICATION Music hath charms, not one of which would exceed those of our genial professor of music. A col- lege education leaves an eternal imprint on every graduate. Your sympathetic understanding of us, patience, enthusiastic support of all college activities, and devotion to educational principles and ideals will be always in our memories and a guiding influence on our careers. In recognition and appreciation for your loyal and tireless efforts on our behalf and for your qualities as an educator, we feel it an honor and a privilege to dedicate our 1961 SAXIFRAGE to you, Mr. Richard L Kent. ALMA MATER S Kf-L za ! : • Ste ' ' V v fl v THOMPSON HALL H ■ tix i % v ' i 0 ? d f w ■■ V . 4 . ' ' 1 . ! " ni M B ■I PI MILLER HALL HERLIHY HALL JBPST ' PARKINSON GYMNASIUM PALMER HALL HWO V • -vr fSsvu r " ; « • .. III!! ■ " " ■■ TI Ma mm I •..v . FACULTY :. w v ffwn MweadMi 6 tyviaMa€MuAett 4 STATE COLLEGE AT FITCHBURG PRESIDENT ' S MESSAGE %b ' - ' 4: V6 ... U,. -, - r Vf r, i i « President ' s Message to the Class of 1961 We are entering upon an era which will test to the utmost the capacity of our democracy to cope with the gravest problems of modern times - and on a scale never yet attempted in all the history of the world. T fe must lift ourselves as promptly as we can to a new and much higher level of interest, of attention, of hard work, of care, of concern, of expenditure, and of dedication to the education of the American child. It has been said that essentially the ultimate test of a good teacher is to inspire a child to think. Grasp the challenge before you with the vigor and enthusiasm of your generation for your college has con- fidence and faith that you are sufficient to the task ahead. What better asset could you possess? Ralph F. Weston, President » - w 4 h£ I fi if v. s ■ m — w m f ! it h v r • • » « 4 ,4 « % « . • tx»4$m + ■-• The development and expansion of our college both intellectually and physically has been the constant concern of our president. President Weston ' s sincere interest in the college and its stu- dents, his perseverance, and his vision have pro- vided and will provide for us an education and an educational plant of which we can be proud. MR. RALPH F. WESTON PRESIDENT 13 SCIENCE AND MATH DR. FRANK WOLF MISS ELIZABETH HASKINS MR. NICHOLAS COPOULOS MR. WILLIAM FITZGIBBON MR. JOSEPH ANGELINI DR. GEORGE CONDIKE MR. WILLARD KOUKKARI MR. JOHN McNANEY MRS. HELEN RUSSELL MR. GEORGE STEFFANIDES EDUCATION MISS JOSEPHINE BOLGER DR. ADELE DRISCOLL DR. HARRY CROWLEY DR. ORIN LEONARD MR. MICHAEL CONLON ENGLISH DR. DAYTON DENNETT MR. WALTER RICHARD MISS LILLIAN TATER DR. MARY LONG MR. LOUIS SHEPHERD MR. EUGENE CASASSA 15 INDUSTRIAL ARTS MR. EDWARD DRISCOLL DR. EVERETT KOEHLER MR. JAMES HAMMOND MR. RENE THOMAS DR. EDWARD DONNELLY MR. WALTER HARROD MR. JOSEPH CARPENTER MR. ERLING HANSON MR. RAYMOND HOOPS MR. CLARENCE CALDER MR. HOWARD BESNIA FINE ARTS MISS FLORENCE CONLON MR. RICHARD KENT MR. HARRY SEMERJIEN MR. ELMER ARSENAULT 14 EDGERLY MRS. HELEN CARNEY MISS ELIZABETH QUATTLANDER MR. DONALD FALVEY MISS ALMA JOHNSON .MISS MARION CUSHMAN MR. ROBERT McDERMOTT MRS. IRENE PASSIOS MRS. THERESA SKAMARYCZ MRS. MARGARET McDOWELL MRS. KATHERINE FLYNN MISS ELIZABETH MANEY 16 A c ' .Hi JUNIOR HIGH SOCIAL STUDIES MR. JOHN NASH DR. RICHARD MICHAEL DR. ROGER HOLMES DR. VEVA DEAN DR. THOMAS MALLOY MR. ROBERT GREENE MR. ALFRED HOBBS MRS. ANNA PHILBIN MRS. KATHRYN BAKER MR. JOSEPH UNDERWOOD MISS RUTH DONOVAN MR. RICHARD CONDON MR. RAYMOND OKERMAN PHYSICAL EDUCATION MR. ROBERT ELLIOT MRS. JOAN WILLIAMS MR. THOMAS BATTINELLI NURSING MISS ROVVENA TAYLOR MRS. GLADYS WILSON MISS ROSE CONRAD MISS SYLVIA SCALZULL MISS MARION HUGO MISS SHEILA LA FORTUNE MISS KATHERINE O ' CONNOR MISS LILLIAN BANNON SENIORS f 1 I 1. i S H 1 u -.-: kN r-T lH wfei M Hi W d 95 ti» ■ ■■: BARBARA J. ALLAIN Barb sweet and naive Leominster . . avid French student Elementary dumb blonde (like a fox) . . . " I ' m so mixed up, kids! " " Coffee, anyone? " interest in fellow Leominsterite . . . flair for fashion . . . this Philo is great! . . . Regional Geography expert . . . Fidus Achates. Student Government, representative . . . Newman Club . . . Cheerleader . . . WAA . . . Winter Carnival Weekend, Chairman . . . Philodemic. JOHN ARMANETTI Math— Science New Bedford " John " . . . pillar of the spa . . . former beau of Bahama Banana Picker . . . loved those training days! . . . shareholder in the juke box . . . " You ' ve got a lot of color, John! " . . . week-end cpmmuter . . . favorite class— English Lit . . . pleasing personality and friendly manner . . . pro- tector of the country . . . Soangetaha. Newman Club . . . Basketball, manager . . . Mohawk. ARTHUR BAILEY Industrial Arts Marlboro " Arthur " . . . restores your faith in humanity . . . " beetle " . . . professional all the way . . . flawless ' 36 Chev Deluxe . . . electrical wizard and wood- work hobbyist . . . I. A. all the way . . . I. A. Talent Show. Student Christian Association . . . Commuting Men, president. 22 ■ JAMES BALL Industrial Arts Pittsfield " Jim " . . . " the devil of 1960 " . . . teaching success is evident . . . " Can I borrow your pitch pipe? " . . . O.J. ' s favorite entertainer . . . candlelight dinners on Prince night . . . " I ' ll sing at your wedding. " . . . big smile . . . " Oh! that home cooking. " . . . last year ' s hunting trip . . . T and M. Who ' s Who, 60-61 . . . Dean ' s List . . . Glee Club, president (2) . . . J.V. Basketball, coach . . . Mello-Profs . . . Dramatic Club . . . intramurals . . . Director of Burbank Nurses ' Glee Club. PAUL BARRY Industrial Arts Winthrop " Pork Chops " . . . definite plans for teaching . . . great lover of the jungle . . . down in the pits . . . " Where ' s the party? " . . . dry sense of humor . . . " Anyone for the Goody? " . . . the Graphic Arts man of FSC . . . great addition to the profession . . . weekend commuter . . . song interpreter at the " Spa. " DANA BARTHOLOMEW Sheffield " Dana " . . . Coach Elliot ' s boy . . . " pop, pop " . . . . hard worker. . . . " You pumpkin head! " . Prom . . . souped-up car . . . women troubles tonight " . . . loved training . . . I. A. all the way Industrial Arts . " hip, hip " . . . " hooray? " had a ball at the Junior . raucous laugh . . . " party . awaitin g graduation day ... a legend at S.C. . . . auctioneer . . . Soangetaha. Student Government, representative . . . Saxifrage Board, layout draftsman . . . SCA . . . Mohawk. 23 ■ M PATRICIA BARTUS Maf i— Sc ence Athol ringing laughter . . . red leotards " Pat " . . . ringing laughter . . . red leotards . . . future teacher of the year . . . can talk circles around anyone . . . S.C. ' s first criminal lawyer . . . Indian maid . . . loves St. Patrick ' s Day . . . organizer . . . late, late sleeper . . . introduced " Lily " at S.C. . . . never gets flustered. . . way with the men . . jokester . . . Green Cadet . . . those Thursday afternoons. . . " Only 29 more days to go, kids! " . . . Yankee fan. Student Government, financial committee secretary . . . WAA . . . Newman Club. GERALD BEAULAC Geography Fitchburg " Gerry " . . . has fond memories of training ... a January graduate . . . " Are you serious? " . . . you should not assume . . . cynic . . . seen toting contour maps . . . frequent coffee breaks . . . trips to Africa . . . nonconform- ist .. . destined to become one of our great geographers. Who ' s Who, 60-61 . . . SCA. Dean ' s List . . . Logos Honor Society . . . Glee Club H. GILBERT BLACK Elementary Springfield " Gilbert " . . . avid reader . . . " Ye Gads! " . . . pillar of the Dramatic Club . . . loved training . . . the Dauphine . . . wherever he goes smiles and friend- ships follow . . . enthusiastic . . . human pretzel ... a friend of Shep . . . once played a devil. Dramatic Club, president . . . Judaic Club, vice-president . . . Special Educa- tion Club, public relations director . . . Forum, secretary. 24 PASQUALE M. BOTTAZZI Math-Science Fitchburg " Pat " . . . lovable mathematician . . . " There ' s a test today! " . . . Gav ' s prop- erty ... a smile for everyone . . . nervous . . . can be located in the Spa, Caf, or Miss Haskin ' s math class . . . high school hops . . . snappy dresser . . . Amici. Gaveleer Society. FRANCES BRADSTREET Junior High Lunenburg " Mrs. 8. " . . . unassuming manner . . . front row philosopher . . . split train- ing . . . conscientious . . . takes life as it is . . . dependable and capable . . . the only art major at SC. ROBERT C. BRENNAN Leominster History " Bob " . . . always a big grin . . . friendliness— plus . . . knowledge in many fields . . . patented laugh ... a special charm . . . Gung-ho Gavs . . . transfer from Clark . . . hard worker . . . Amici. Gaveleers, alumni secretary, recording secretary. 25 ■ ■■■ HHIHBI H ■■ H BRUCE J. CAMPBELL Marlboro History " Soupie " . . . whiz on water skis . . . Marlboro Daily Express . . . " Mr. Poli- tician " ... " I know what you ' re getting around to. " . . . S.C. ' s first male cheerleader . . . " Well. I ' ve been known to. " . . . love those hockey games! ... a man of definite opinions . . . spring party organizer . . . dynamic speaker— quite loud too . . . one person no one dares to argue with . . . " Now wait a minute. " . . . frankness personified . . . seen socializing . . . " Do you know the difference between a hydroplane and a surfboard? " . . . Amici. Kampus Vue, sports editor . . . Senior Class, vice-president . . . Chairman of Winter Carnival Weekend . . . Chairman of Halloween Dance . . . Gaveleer. RUTH L. CARD Science Fitchburg . talk much? . . . " Miss Tapawingo " . . . sings bass " Ruddie " . . . talk much? . . . " Miss Tapawingo " . . . sings bass . . . " But mercury doesn ' t burn! " . . . bottomless pit . . . tea anyone? tennis anyone? physics anyone? . . . that gray Willys ... so what if the door is strapped . . . " Who ' s teaching it? " . . . punctuality— plus . . . spectrum specialist . . . happy-go-lucky . . . Westward Ho! . . . " Let ' s take a break! " . . . coaching is her hobby . . . weekends in New York . . . Gnothi Seauton. Who ' s Who, 60-61 . . . class secretary . . . ToKalon Society vice-president, recording secretary . . . WAA, president, board . . . Outing Club, secretary . . . CWA, representative. LEE J. CAVI Special Education Kingston " Lee " . . . gives her all . . . Daphne, keeper of the little animals ... an in- structor ' s dream . . . future plans for her masters . . . indescribable laughter . . . little blue car . . . " Hey, Kids, let ' s go some place! " . . . never gets caught . . . " It ' s something like a ski lodge. " . . . sincere . . . noisy . . . " We have to nip it in the bud. " . . . hometown girl makes good . . . skillful artist . . . Green Cadet . . . senior year renovation . . . white gloves . . . Zorro cape . . . S.C. ' s Joan of Arc. Who ' s Who, 59-60, 60-61 . . . Dean ' s List . . . Student Government, record- ing secretary . . . Saxifrage Board, art editor . . . Dramatic Club, vice-presi- dent . . . Newman Club . . . Special Education Club . . . Dorm Council, Rep- resentative, Secretary. 26 JOSEPH E. CHAISSON Industrial Arts Fitchburg " Joe " . . . proud papa . . . coach and captain of the hockey team . . . excel- lent skier . . . friendly smile and warm manner . . . ex-Marine . . . loves to philosophize . . . fond memories of the Crystal Hills Lodge . . . " So my skis don ' t match— no one will steal them! " Dramatic Club . . . Golf . . . Hockey, coach, player, captain. EDWARD CLANCY Marlboro Science " Ed " . . . only Gav in the dorm . . . water skiing champ . . . " I ' m a Marlboro man. " . . . pipe-smoker ... a physics fan . . . former commuter . . . " Clance " . . . always there . . . part of the " terrible trio " . . . loved training ... big smile . . . helping hand . . . Hell - o, Eddy . . . hockey fiend . . . the electric chair . . . Amici. Gaveleers . . . Hockey . . . Saxifrage Board, directory . . . Newman Club . . . intramural sports. LeROY CLARK Industrial Arts Thornclike " Butch " . . . " Anyone want to buy some tires? " . . . great admirer of Fisher Road . . . " Has anyone seen Jeannie? " . . . Woodies ' right hand man . . . Palmer vs. Ware . . . unforgettable games . . . " Dangerous Dan " . . . " How about a date, Ol lie? " . . . " What room is it in? " . . . " You don ' t belong in here. " ... Phi Delta Pi. Dorm Council, representative . . . Newman Club . . . intramural sports . . . Esoteric Society. 27 IB KATHARINE W. CONNORS Special Education Fitchburg " Kathy " . . . one of those Special Ed-ers ... a cute little Irish lass with a twinkle in her eye . . . always a joke or a laugh . . . future Gardnerite . . . It ' s nice to have a supervisor for a mother! . . . whist whiz, bridge fizz . . . clever mimic ... at Split Rock sliding down the hill . . . wedding bells in June . . . Fidus Achates. Kampus Vue . . . Senior Class, secretary . . . Newman Club . . . Commuting Women, vice-president, board . . . Philodemic Society. HENRY COOMBS Industrial Arts Harvard " Cap " ... His idol— George P. Smathers ball star . . . Leominster Nurses ' Home household . . . Amici. . a Harvard man . . . six-man foot- . will no longer eat at a certain Newman Club . . . Commuting Men ' s Association . . . Gaveliers. MARION E. CROWLEY English Fitchburg " A loe " . . . devastating wit . . . " God ' s nightgown! " . . . checking apartments is her hobby . . . encyclopedia of jokes . . . Socrates ' Widow . . . green school bag in the rain . . . " Why don ' t they paint white lines on the sidewalks? " . . . Miss Clark ' s favorite . . . mimic supreme . . . " Anyone for a Honolulu Cooler? " . . . Oh! those Vermont nights . . . philosophical awakening . . . noted for her bird cage . . . everyone should have a piano . . . hostess for " The Party " senior year . . . our favorite Marine M.C.P.O. . . . queen dow- ager and a " lady " in hell . . . Sigma Alpha Delta. Who ' s Who, 60-61 . . . Student Government, corresponding secretary . . . Kampus Vue, co-editor, feature editor . . . Saxifrage literary committee . . . Glee Club . . . Dramatic Club . . . Adelphian Society. 28 PAUL CORCORAN Industrial Arts Worcester " Paul " . . . " Teach, how ' s training? " . . . loyal to Newman Club . . . makes the long climb up the Hill frequently . . . fine leader . . . interesting collec- tion of match tricks . . . trained in Natick . . . Al ' s partner in crime . . . lost in Keene much? . . . " Hey, where is the party? " . . . university wit . . . enjoys a good laugh . . . " The Eso ' s are the greatest. " . . . " What ' s the good news, Captain? " ... Phi Delta Phi. Newman Club, president . . . Outing Club . . . Esoterics. JOHN J. CURLEY Math— Science Fitchburg man of many interests . . . never panics . . . one .keeper of the brooms at Burbank . . . likeable . happy as the day is long . . . sponsor of the Junior High Boy Scouts . . . unusual swimming attire . . . " Let ' s go for coffee. " . . . Soangetaha. Newman Club . . . Mohawks . . . Intramural sports. " John " . . . daring spirit step ahead of the kids nature . . . raring to go JOHN DELANEY Math-Science Fitchburg " John " . . . " From the Halls of Montezuma " . . . green corduroy . . . enjoys biking . . . coordination plus . . . physically fit . . . crew cut . . . collegiate dresser . . . casual personality ... ski fever . . . philosophy lecturer . . . com- petitive spirit . . . Amici. Gaveleer . . . Basketball. 29 m m m ■ ELIZABETH DUTTON Newton Special Education " Betty " . . . quiet . . . pleasing smile . . . transfer from Westfield . . . well- liked . . . Newton trainee . . . sophomore year at Mrs. Corcoran ' s . . . serious student. Student Christian Association . . . Special Education Club, vice-president. ROBERT ENMAN Industrial Arts Worcester " Bob " . . . Philosophy major . . . best short-order cook FSC has to offer . . . Gav all the way . . . coffee dates at the " Spa " . . . snow sculptor . . . fond memories of training . . . Captain of the Reserves . . . interesting tales to tell . . . leader of the three I. A. musketeers . . . knows every policeman in Worcester county . . . interested in snow plows . . . Amici. Student Christian Association . . . Dramatic Club leers. intramurals Gave- MARY D. FLYNN Elementary Fitchburg " M.F. or Mary D. " . . . brilliant mimic . . . " Mary, you are able! " . . . librarian extraordinaire . . . Henry, Sam and Dinah . . . " My sisters steal me blind. " . . . " Have you read—. " . . . blonde bomb . . . funny faces . . . transfer from Hungry Hill ... " I love geography but not two courses in one semester! " . . . " We are getting out the 10th. " . . . Has a newly acquired license (to do what we ' d like to know!). Newman Club five. Commuting Women ' s Association, senior representa- 30 SANDRA J. FLYNN Science Fitchburg " Sandy " . . . salamander sleuth . . . wild sense of humor—watch out . . . beautiful brain . . . played a queen in a play once . . . " Saundra " . . . Mrs. Russell ' s little shadow ... " I find the love life of the newt fascinating. " , . . It ' s nice to have a mother in the training school . . . personality-plus , . . comment overheard in the Black Horse— " Fancy seeing you here! " . . . ittle and lethargic . . . Toke legacy . . . " Miss Kampus Vue " . . . made a great bartender in the Toke-Hawk show ion and Quesada . . . small, but oh my! Seauton. . . the d ' Artagnan of Card, Ver- . . fascinated by toys . . . Gnothi Who ' s Who, 59-60, 60-61 ...Dean ' s List ... Student Government, vice- president, financial committee . . . Saxifrage Board, literary editor . . . Kampus Vue, editor, co-editor, associate editor . . . Glee Club . . . Dramatic Club . . . Outing Club, vice-president . . . Science Seminar . . . Newman Club . . . ToKalon Society . . . intramurals sports. THOMAS J. FLYNN Elementary Fitchburg " Tommy " . . . big chief . . . " Mr. Goalie " ... art major . . . brown bag boy . . . FSC hoopster . . . Plymouth Tom . . . Linus . . . pillar of the " Spa " . . . " Mr. Irony " . . . VFW jacket . . . sports ace . . . curly hair . . . master of cere- monies . . . well-liked ... ex I. A. man . . . Soangetaha. Basketball, co-captain . . . Baseball . . . Soccer . . . Saxifrage Board, photog- raphy editor . . . Men ' s Athletic Association, secretary-treasurer . . . Mohawk. JUDITH FROST Attleboro Special Education " Judy " . . . Junior Prom Queen . . . neat dresser . . . " What ' s the best club? " . . . teaching ace . . . " Frosty " . . . plans for June . . . " P-Town " . . . 6:30 AM dates . . . winning smile . . . likes a good time ... big gun for the ToKes . . . fine artist . . . pride of Richardsons . . . squirrel ' s tail? . . . Wrentham . . . " Hey, kids, there ' s the polar bear! " . . . Gnothi Seauton. Newman Club, corresponding secretary . . . Special Education Club, treas- urer . . . ToKalon Society . . . Dorm Social Committee . . . intramural sports . . . Dean ' s List. 31 ■Mi DONALD GAGNON Industrial Arts Lowell " Don " . . . campus politician . . . smooth talker . . . professional appearance . . . proud father and devoted husband . . . politics more than teaching . . . first in the philosophy room . . . " Let ' s all pull together. " . . . would prefer all classes cut by five minutes. Newman Club. VINCENT GALLIVAN Canton Elementary " Vin " . . . caustic humor . . . Schroeder . . . run your spot, kid ... a whizz in arithmetic . . . man with money . . . party, party . . . the Schroeder- mobile . . . Young Vin . . . keeper of certain garments sophomore year . . . Frosh hero . . . loved fourth grade . . . soccer fiend . . . Gung-ho Hawk . . . music major . . . never . . . has been known to embarrass people . . . Soangetaha. Newman Club . . . class treasurer . . . Mohawk Club . . . MAA, president . . . Dorm Council . . . soccer team. THOMAS GORKA Industrial Arts New Bedford " Cranky " . . . respected leader of the men . . . " There will be a house meet- ing tonight " . . . undercover director of Burbank . . . football fatality of the year . . . " the Admiral " . . . " Now this is the story, men. " . . . silent but ter- rific . . . personality . . . electronics major. Men ' s Dormitory Board, president . . . Epsilon Pi Tau, secretary. 32 ■ DOREEN GORAALEY Elementary Orange " Doreen " . . . pretty blonde . . . " Oh, that Navy blue! " . . . November 10th happy day . . . quick wit . . . sparkling smile . . . initiation project turned out well . . . " Guess what? " . . . nice smile . . . Sigma Alpha Delta. Student Christian Association . . . Adelphian Society. JOYCE W. HARLOW Melrose Elementary . patio in Palmer Good Old Dad " . athlete . . . sun " Joyce " . . . changed girl . . . " Not while they ' re looking " . . . " Wally " . . . bulletin boards . . . spin, Joyce, spin . . . . . orange flowers for a formal . . . those gray hairs bather . . . loves " passion fruit " . . . tank-up . . . green borders . . . H.P. . . . good worker ... art and music tutor . . . early riser . . . training days . . . coloring books . . . weekend rides . . . " County Gardens and Maleguena " . . . Gnothi Seauton. Dean ' s List . . . Saxifrage Board, photography editor . . . Student Govern- ment, representative . . . Glee Club . . . SCA . . . ToKalon . . . Dorm Council . . . intramural sports . . . Junior Prom Co-Chairman. EDWIN HASTABACKA Special Education Fitchburg " Ed " . . . married . . . father . . . transfer from the University of Florida . . . neat dresser . . . ideal training situation student . . . Amici. conscientious Dean ' s List . . . Logos Honor Society president. loves his car Special Education Club . . . Gaveleer, 33 CAROL BRISTOL HENNESSEY Special Education Fitchburg " Carol Ann " . . . dates at Ted ' s . . . arts and crafts . . . do-able assignments . . . ' What will I wear on my feet? " . . . Mrs. Santa . . . transfer from West- field . . . beep, beep, beep . . . loves " Old Man River " . . . campaign cookies . . . " Can sweaters be worn in training? " . . . Air Raid . . . campaigner for President Kennedy. Special Education Club. EDWARD HENNESSEY Special Education Fitchburg " Ted ' . . . the great Irish wit . . . married in January . . . Special Ed romance . . . infectious giggle . . . the inevitable trench coat . . . Blossom St. apart- ment . . . lost three friends in the Frosh rush ... " I think I ' ll work in the Post Office. " . . . favorite pastime— nicknames for everyone on campus . . . " Have you seen Carol? " . . . future South Hadleyite . . . the light of the Latin Quarter. Special Education Club. RICHARD D. HORGAN Math-Science Gardner " Dick " .. . . big man in math . . . " Where ' s the party? " . . . flirt . . . big smile . . . that maroon convertible . . . camp counselor . . . golf pro . . . big talker . . . nights at the " Y " . . . Amici. Student Government, representative . . . Newman Club . . . Golf . . . Basket- ball . . . Gaveleer. 34 KENNETH HULSTROM Industrial Arts Lunenburg " Ken " . . . " What ' s today? " ... if you don ' t know, ask Ken . . . " What test? " . . . always smiling . . . willing to lend everyone a helping hand . . . " Give me a trailer any time. " Glee Club . . . Student Christian Association . . . Baseball. EMILE S. JOHNSON Industrial Arts Leominster " Bubsy " . . . the college ' s all-round athlete . . . never known as a brilliant student . . . soccer scorer . . . Amalah, and the night visitors . . . " Squeaky " . . . Slippery Rock trip . . . embarrassed at the Brook . . . Clark, what an actor . . . " I ' ve got a cramp. " . . . popular . . . big grin . . . Soangetaha. SCA . . . Basketball, co-captain . . . Soccer . . . Baseball . . . Track . . . Glee Club . . . intramurals . . . Outing Club . . . Mohawks. ROBERT JOLIE Industrial Arts Auburn ' Bob " . . . takes things in stride . . . addicted to pipe smoking . . . noise is not necessary for success . . . likes dancing ... a sincere friend . . . very con- genial . . . mature outlook . . . front row philosopher. Newman Club. 35 DAVID L. JONES Industrial Arts Leominster " Dave " . . . had a locker named for him . . . the inevitable pipe . . . " Let ' s go to the Spa. " . . . dry wit . . . First National employee . . . " What are you do- ing tonight? " . . . dedicated to IA . . . apartment life during training ... a General Shop man . . . Amici. Student Christian Association . . . Gaveleers. KAI KAND Elementary Fitchburg " Kai " . . . tall and slender . . . one of our artists . . . math whiz . . . " Kaizo " . . . neat, serene appearance . . . serious about her studies . . . librarian . . . those far-away places . . . spot of sophistication . . . dresses to a T . . . Sigma Alpha Delta. Student Christian Association . . . Adelphians, recording secretary. FRANCIS KANE Science Marlboro " Fran " ... a line as broad as his smile . . . new car, Fran? . . . has several . . . shareholder at First National . . . fashion plate . . . Civics? Guidance? Chemistry? . . . " Would I kid you? " . . . always a gentleman . . . " What ' s his major, home economics? " ... a member of the clan (Marlboro, that is) . . . nominations for Arthur . . . " Did you get the Lit questions? " . . . moon watcher . . . bug collector . . . personality-plus . . . laugh of his own . . . Soup ' s co-pilot on the Marlboro Express . . . Amici. Gaveleer, treasurer . . . Newman Club . . . MAA. 36 i I On JOEL KAZMIERSKI Science Ashby " Kaz " . . . spell it, please . . . the silent type . . . " What, another coffee break! " . . . witty . . . springboard feet on the court . . . he ' s not really seven feet tall . . . Mr. Okerman ' s protege . . . pleasant smile . . . never in a hurry. Basketball, 4 . . . Baseball, 3. BARBARA KEATING Elementary Fitchburg " Barb " . . . always seen with Kai . . . neat as a pin . . . artistic . . . " Barbzo " . . . enjoys classical music . . . quiet and reserved . . . femininity personified . . . many secret desires and ambitions . . . thinks often of those far-away places . . . Sigma Alpha Delta. Newman Club . . . Adelphian Society. SHIRLEY KIEFER Attleboro Special Education " Sally " . . . five-star queen . . . " Would you like to take a walk? " . . . always willing to help . . . Mirror Club . . . one of the five Uphams . . . dressmaker . . . " Fire Marshal " . . . ole ox-blood . . . Spa socials . . . special song . . . Guidance reports . . . Wrentham . . . " Where am I? " . . . Green Cadet . . . " No more cards, kids. " . . . music major . . . " My name is Shirley Keifer. " . . . " California, here I come. " . . . Gnothi Seauton. Student Christian Association . . . ToKalons . . . intramurals . . . Outing Club . . . Saxifrage Board. 37 CAROLYN LANZA Leominster JOHN KLUMP History Leominster " John " . . . history buff . . . get your arm back on your own desk . . . guid- ance counselor of the first magnitude . . . Mason extraordinaire . . . inter- ested in Youth Directors . . . drives a green bomb. Student Christian Association. ROY V. LAKE Science Athol " Roy " . . . unforgettable summer at the Cape . . . " Hey, kids, there ' s a year- book meeting. " . . . junior high janitor . . . Guppy . . . " We Hawks stick to- gether. " . . . conscientious editor . . . " Where did you get that purple jacket? " . . . best rain dancer in the club . . . one of our soccer boys . . . smooth dancer . . . nice to know . . . always ready for a good time . . . teacher all the way . . . success is evident . . . Soangetaha. Saxifrage, editor-in-chief . . . Glee Club, treasurer Soccer . . . Track . . . intramurals. SCA . . . Mohawks English ' Carol " . . . neat and sporty dresser . . . " The Lady ToKalon " ... a smile and a good word for all . . . nominated to " What ' s That " . . . sports enthusiast . . . jazz fan . . . those Italian dinners! . . . tonsillectomy at Christmas . . . party, party . . . Representative Award . . . Connecticut bound ... a friend in need and deed . . . Gnothi Seauton. Who ' s Who, 60-61 . . . Dean ' s List . . . Saxifrage Board, secretary . . .ToKalon, r,-e; ev . . . Glee Club . . . Newman Club . . . WCA, president, board . . . WAA, vice-president . . . intramurals. ; CHARLES LeBLANC Gardner " Chuck " . . . often seen on coffee breaks . Max did today? . . . married— four children . with lesson plans . . . " See you at the hop. " English " Mr. D. J. " . . . " Guess what . walking the baby interferes . . veteran . . . Gardner gabber ... ad lib expert . Dramatic Club. went ecclesiastical sophomore year. SIAAONE LeBLANC Palmer Elementary " Sim " . . . ardent squaw . . . ambition plus . . . cheery smile for all . . . leader of the Kremlin . . . tea totaler . . . Queen Lake . . . SC ' s answer to Joni James . . . hard worker . . . secret fire drills . . . plans for Europe . . . " What ' s that suppose to mean? " . . . campaigner . . . Madame President . . . " That was a marvelous meeting. " . . . always punctual . . . Gnothi Seauton. Class President, vice-president . . . Newman Club, vice-president, recording secretary . . . Outing Club . . . Glee Club, secretary . . . Cheerleaders . . . To- Kalon . . . Dormitory Council, president, vice-president, treasurer . . . N. E. Teacher Preparation Association Conference. WILLIAM L. LEUCI Industrial Arts Everett " Bill " ... a likeable chap . . . loyal kitchen helper . . . Mr. Finesse . . . loves to eat . . . loyal interest in I. A. . . . big game hunter . . . unique sense of humor . . . never slows down. Newman Club . . . Dramatic Club . . . Soccer . . . Intramurals. 39 JUDITH LeSHANE Elementary Arlington " Judie " . . . post cards from France . . . girl athlete . . . coordination— p lus . . . one of the dining hall crew . . . hates bigots . . . Bun-bun . . . Hawk heckler . . . physical science major . . . one of Mona ' s " B.W. ' s " . . . " Darty Poll " . . . twist lessons . . . Old Cape Cod . . . plans for a masters in reading . . . Goody Queen . . . dancer . . . pixie hair cut . . . unforgettable laugh . . . " big boots " . . . Gnothi Seauton. SCA . . . Glee Club . . . Cheerleader, captain, co-captain . . . Kampus Vue. ToKalon Society Newton JOSEPH W. AAAGUIRE " Joe " . . . quiet and reserved buddy . . . lively imagination . strong convictions . . . happy as the day is long. Industrial Arts believes in what he says . . . Porkchop ' s I .A. all the way . . . never says die . . . DAVID A. AAAJERCIK Science East Templeton " Dave " . . . pipe smoker . . . alias Bill Summers . . . very, very unusual ties . . . briefcase boy . . . cloud chamber enthusiast . . . skunk lover . . . Mr. Hawes ' favorite . . . What is it! . . . " Sir, I have a question. " ... " I don ' t agree with you— I still don ' t agree with you. " . . . bouquet arranging . . . Mr. Brooks Brothers. 40 CAROLE MANNING New Bedford Special Education " Carole " . . . " Keeper of the Keys " . . . English poetry . . . AAarole Canning . . . Wrentham trainee . . . ready smile . . . waitress par excellence . . . tea and crumpets . . . well-liked . . . gung-ho Special Ed . . . " I ' ll not " . . . staunch SCA-er . . . Sigma Alpha Delta. Special Education Club, recording secretary. . . Kampus Vue . . . Adelphian Society, vice-president . . . Dorm Council, president . . . SCA, vice-president . . . WAA Board, secretary. JOANNE M. MANOSH Math— Science Bedford " Joey " . . . card player . . . " Hey, kids, I ' ve got a question. " . . . lectures on the birds or bees . . . chicken farmer . . . high school pictures . . . bird watcher . . . trip to Bermuda . . . " Breast your cards, Elsie. " . . . history prof. . . . " Rum is my favorite flavor. " . . . Green Cadet . . . ideal training situation . . . champagne at 21 ... " Qu ' est— ce? " . . . Josephine . . . " Why do you hate me? " . . . big change-over . . . great debater . . . snowball fight in Suite M. Student Christian Association . . . Outing Club. ROBERT MASON Industrial Arts Worcester " Bob " . . . special charm . . . married . . . loquacious . . . unassuming manner . . . questioning mind . . . takes things in stride ... a likeable chap ... a sincere friend. 41 ROBERT AAATTSON Fitchburg " Bob " . . . works at the Co-op . . . math whiz . bells last June . . . pencil behind the ear boy pick muncher . . . believes in what he says . lounging on table tops . . . Soangetaha. Mohawks . . . Baseball . . . Basketball . . . Intramural sports Math— Science trained at B.F. . . . wedding . serious minded . . . tooth- mature outlook . . . enjoys THOMAS L. MARLBOROUGH Industrial Arts Fitchburg " Tom " . . . Drawing is his specialty . . . " shoprat " ... a fine quarterback . . . led Mohawks to football championship . . . has a two year old son big enough to play for the Patriots . . . smile for all . . . good natured . . . mim- eograph expert . . . family from Florida . . . Soangetaha. Student Government, representative . . . Mohawks . . . MCA, treasurer . . . Golf . . . intramurals. LINDA MAZONSON Maiden Special Education " Lin " . . . Johnny Mathis fan . . . owner of telephone booth at Miller . . . Wrentham trainee ... " I can get it for you wholesale " . . . sympathetic lis- tener . . . always on the go . . . Gung-ho Special Ed . . . Gnothi Seauton. Dean ' s List . . . Kampus Vue . . . Judaic Club president, vice-president . . . ToKalon Society. . Special Education Club, 42 ■ JAMES E. AAcNALLY Clinton Special Education " Red " . . . our loyal president . . . Clintonite . . . not the typical red-head . . . " Thanks-a-lot " . . . likes beachcombing . . . those bad days at Priest St. School . . . enjoy Reading, Jim? . . . poet . . . likes quiet and solitude . . . one-room school teacher in Maine . . . married . . . three lovely children. Who ' s Who, 60-61 . . . Dean ' s List . . . president of class . . . Special Educa- tion Club . . . Logos Honor Society, secretary-treasurer. MARGARET M. MORRIS Elementary Fitchburg " Peg " . . . the Maria Callas of Music Methods . . . spirit behind Gav-Adelph shows . . . seductive smile ... the Rose of Tralee . . . " Anything you can do, I can do better. " ... not so says Brother Bill . . . Philosophy whiz . . . " There is a party! " . . . Clyde . . . " Well, let ' s check the—. " . . . Horace Morris . . . Club 1251 . . . " Isn ' t that awwwful! " . . . You ' ve heard of Madison ' s notes. They ' re nothing compared with the Morris notes . . . M.M.M.m.M.m.m. . . . Sigma Alpha Delta. Newman Club . . . Kampus Vue . . . Adelphian Society. MARY JANE MULLEN English Leominster " M " . . . " What ' s everyone doing tonight? " . . . wild summers at the Cape . . . tall and slender with enviable red hair . . . philosophy enthusiast . . . loves Dr. Dennett ' s courses . . . serious student . . . always raring to go . . . destination -Boston . . . loves jazz . . . our little lady . . . seeker of atmos- phere . . . Sigma Alpha Delta. Student Government, representative . . . Glee Club . . . Newman Club . . . Cheerleaders . . . CWA, representative . . . Saxifrage Board, business man- ager. 43 EVELYN D. MUNSON Elementary Leominster " Dee " . . . artsy-craftsy . . . has own ditto machine (lucky dog) . . . pony tail . . . East Coast Aero Tech . . . Mutt of Mutt and Ogg . . . clicking knitting needles . . . tons and tons of lesson plans . . . talented artist . . . able and energetic worker . . . Sigma Alpha Delta. Kampus Vue, business manager . . . Glee Club . . . Adelphian Society. JOHN H. MURRAY Newton FRANCIS J. MURPHY Clinton Elementary " Murph " . . . " Hi, poobah! " . . . keeps his division laughing ... a Clinton Irishman and proud of it . . . Did you say you liked Geography, Murph? . . . recently married . . . camp counselor from the word go . . . Can you really swim, Murph? . . . tons of fun. Newman Club. Industrial Arts " Jack " . . . bad case of mumps . . . " The Apartment " . . . " Who ' s that in front of us? " . . . car troubles galore . . . telephone calls from Keene . . . " Hey, kids, it ' s snowing! " . . . anyone for spaghetti . . . that ' s the way love is ... a laugh all of his own . . . " Let ' s get organized. " . . . . " I ' ve got to study radio " ... a wit all of his own know him ... Phi Delta Pi. Esoteric Society- . terrific dishwasher . . liked by all who 44 DONALD G. NELSON Industrial Arts Worcester " Don " . . . dependable and capable . . . " shoprat " . . . open-minded . . . friendly attitude . . . mature . . . exact in his ways . . . mind of his own . . . possessor of a winning smile . . . pleasant to be with . . . good word for everyone . . . Amici. Epsilon Pi Tau, president . . . Gaveleer. ARLENE OCKEN Worcester Elementary " Arlene " . . . breakfast at the Spa until 8:10... contagious laugh ... " I want to go back to Dillon. " . . . loved P ' town . . . took methods courses seriously . . . friendly manner . . . warm smile . . . favorite hobby— taking care of her goldfish. Kampus Vue, business manager. JANET P. OGG Leominster Elementary " Jan " . . . tall of stature . . . White House visitor . . . capable and hardwork- ing . . . prospective minister ' s wife . . . talented singer . . . loves to dance . . . great organizer . . . always wears a smile . . . Camp Treasurelee . . . church youth director . . . Sigma Alpha Delta. Who ' s Who, 60-61 . . . Dean ' s List . . . Kampus Vue, co-editor . . . Glee Club . . . SCA . . . CWA, representative . . . Adelphian, president, recording sec- retary. 45 AUDREY E. OLAASTED Elementary Woburn " Little Aud " . . . loves elves . . . Delta AAu . . . roller skating pro . . . loves car- rots . . . Dumb Dora ' s . . . Mrs. U ' s pride and joy . . . all cars can run on anti- freeze . . . always laughing . . . close shave with grade three . . . angel . . . remedial music classes . . . late hours . . . cheerful in the AAA . . . loved first grade . . . volleyball player . . . talks to the mirror ... art work . . . friendly . . . whist player . . . Gnothi Seauton. Newman Club . . . Outing Club . . . Cheerleaders . . . ToKalons . . . intra- mural sports. MAVIS O ' NEILL Elementary Walpole " Mavis " . . . leader of the Green Cadets . . . conscientious leader . . . " Tall Paul " . . . one of AArs. AAac ' s girls . . . songstress . . . prankster . . . willing worker . . . capable and efficient . . . the little red car . . . " AAaybelle " . . . cute colleen . . . charming, vivacious . . . artistic talents . . . sincere and re- liable . . . expressive eyes . . . lover of live insects . . . Gnothi Seauton. Who ' s Who, 60-61 . . . Dean ' s List . . . Glee Club . . . SCA . . . Dramatic. Club . . . ToKalon Society. EDWIN A. PAGE Industrial Arts North Quincy " Eddie " . . . acting ability . . . " bartender " . . . staunch Newmanite . . . Father Page . . . frequents the Hill . . . wild sense of humor . . . conscientious . . . serious-minded . . . I. A. all the way . . . pleasant to be with ... Phi Delta Pi. Newman Club . . . Dramatic Club . . . Soccer . . . Hockey . . . Esoterics . . . Intramurals. 46 WAYNE PECKHAAA Industrial Arts Fitchburg " Wayne " ... a smile all the time . . . quick wit . . . talker . . . never says die . . . strong convictions . . . works hard for his goal . . . likeable imagination . . . unmatched humor . . . never slows down. MARILYN PETERSON Special Education Topsfield " Marilyn " . . . sailing on the Charles . . . late hours . . . aluminum foil door . . . cricket keeper . . . study bug . . . " Smile, it can ' t be that bad! " . . . sum- mer at Rocky ' s . . . perfect lady . . . trainee ' s consolation . . . card shark . . . head of Spec. Ed . . . classical music enthusiast ... ex Nurse . . . " Did you read this article? " . . . organizer. Special Education Club, president. THEODORE S. PIKORA Geography Webster " Teddie " . . . excitable . . . " Little Caesar " . . . liked and admired by all . . . willing worker . . . money bags of SGA . . . nice haircut, Ted . . . loved Hawk initiation . . . weekend commuter Frosh year . . . indescribable laugh . . . facial expressions . . . man about campus . . . Soangetaha. Who ' s Who, 60-61 . . . Dean ' s List . . . Student Government, treasurer . . . Logos . . . Dorm Council, treasurer, secretary . . . Newman Club . . . Mo- hawks . . . Class vice-president. 47 ELLEN SHEVAUN PLISKA Elementary Fitchburg " El " . . . clothes horse . . . jewelry sales clerk . . . " Pepper " . . . Why are you still using those AACP bookcovers? . . . cousin of a certain teacher . . . true love . . . owns a souped up Plymouth . . . free rides for no one . . . " Good luck, group! " . . . Split Rock headache . . . First Aid prof . . . the political expert of Current World Affairs . . . Gnothi Seauton. Glee Club . . . Newman Club . . . Outing Club . . . ToKalons . . . CWA, board . . . WAA, board . . . Kampus Vue. DAVID POPPLE History Gardner " Dave " . . . trampoline, anyone . . . goose green gym suit . . . walking ency- clopedia of off-beat historical facts . . . black motorcycle jacket . . . " Pop " . . . did a fabulous bulletin board on Hitler we hear . . . What did Columbus ' men bring back, Dave? . . . That ' ll teach you to argue with philosophy profs . . . sensation at the training party . . . has dishpan hands. Outing Club. WILLIAM PORTER South Hadley " Billy " . . . trips to the Goody with the Buddha ... " I can ' t st . . . have you heard from McSheery lately? . . . lively Levittov a good time . . . one can always hear his basso-profoun social function . . . Soangetaha. Newman Club . . . SCA . . . Judaic Club cial Education Club. Mohawk 1 48 ■ LORRAINE QUESADA Science Tyngsboro " Mrs. Q " . . . mother of three . . . Where ' s Tyngsboro? . . . Really, Lorraine, not in the lab . . . many laughs in the Commuters Rooms ... an encyclo- pedia of jokes ... a teacher ' s hell in the hereafter— low groups . . . The Quesada Report . . . had plans to become a Physics major . . . hates the color green . . . prankster . . . experiments with concentrated acid . . . conscientious and capable student . . . philosopher. Who ' s Who, 59-60 . . . Dean ' s List . . . Science Seminar, membership committee . . . CWA. JOHN REALE Math-Science New Bedford " Johnny " . . . Split trainer . . . bright red hat . . . Dillonite . . . " Mushroom Picker " . . . " Who ' s on block plan? " . . . brief case . . . cook at Burbank . . . favorite song— " The Marine Hymn " . . . keen scouting interest . . . " Women are basically unjust. " Newman Club Logc hawkc EDDY Science Leominster f student and hard worker ... a twin . . . never at a loss ' Felipe " . . . operates a local Dairy Queen . . . pillar of . . collegiate dresser . . . always a smile . . . received acting performance in the " Lark " . . . Don Juan . . . representative . . . Newman Club . . . Science . Dramatic Club, vice-president . . . Mohawks . . . 49 PATRICIA ROBERTS Springfield Elementary " Pat " . . . one of Mrs. Mac ' s girls . . . week-end commuter . . . serves army surplus food . . . plans for June . . . social chairman . . . red roses . " My letter to Al. " . . . nice smile . . . freckles . . . those arithmetic sheets . . . Sigma Alpha Delta. Newman Club . . . Adelphian Society, social chairman . . . Dorm Social Committee, chairman. DAVID RYDER Industrial Arts Newton Upper Falls Who ' s Who listee . . . front row philosopher . . . man of many . hard and willing worker . . . winning " Dave " interests ... I. A. intellectual smile. Who ' s Who, 59-69, 60-61 president . . . Epsilon Pi Tau. EDWARD SAHAGIAN Industrial Arts Fitchburg " Ed " . . . " Can that be true? " . . . questioning mind . . . gives wise ad- vice . . . Mr. Harrod ' s protege . . . are there any more at home like you . . . warm personality . . . Phi Delta Pi. Gaveleers. Dean ' s List Logos Honor Society, 50 JAMES D. SCHULTZ Industrial Arts Worcester " Jim " . . . believes in what he says . . . calm collected type . . . who pushed the panic button ... an all around guy . . . " That ' s the way the old fortune cookie crumbles. " . . . the inevitablity of gradualness. ROSEMARY A. SCULLANE Special Education Fitchburg " Roe " . . . " Horace, where ' s Hectorine? " . . . Has the greatest parties this side of the Pecos . . . " Call me! " . . . Claud . . . lover of apple juice . . . " Get out of my life! " . . . the Great Organizer . . . " What is my one unique quality? " . . . abnormally interested in the abnormal . . . not quiet, not loud, but noticeable in a crowd . . . Sigma Alpha Delta. Kampus Vue . . . Newman Club . . . Adelphian Society, corresponding secretary . . . Special Education Club. HELEN I. SEARS Math- Science Leominster " Helen " . . . beautiful seamstress . . . keen supporter of girls ' commuter room . . . sweet little buttercup . . . someone worth knowing . . . teacher of confraternity class . . . the Sears-Quesada debates . . . quiet and unassuming . . . good worker . . . Fabulous mathematician. Kampus Vue, exchange editor . . . Glee Club . . . Newman Club. 51 ELEANOR SEELEY Elementary Fitchburg " Elite " . . . seen but seldom heard . . . sense of humor . . . cookies for Dr. Driscoll . . . poised . . . sincere young Miss . . . future includes far away places . . . " Miss Petite " . . . " Well, I don ' t really know. " . . . Sigma Alpha Delta. Student Christian Association . . . Kampus Vue . . . Adelphian Society. HELENA BROWN SEAAERJIAN English Fitchburg " Lena-Baby " . . . the hostess with the mostest (at 44 V2) . . . favorite object d ' art: Learning Tower of Pizza . . . favorite expression: Cool it, kids, (used a great deal in the training school) . . . " Ideal faculty wife, " says Hep-cat Harry . . . there ' s one Armenian who isn ' t starving . . . member of " Deadwood Dick " cast . . . the one, the only— Helena! . . . Fidus Society. Achates. Student Government, representative Society. Dramatic Club . . . Philodemic CAROL R. SHAPIRO Special Education Mattapan " Carol " . . . mugs, mugs, mugs . . . " Oh, this is ridiculous! " . . . Green Cadet . . . " What ' s at the movies? " . . . Harvard student . . . camp coun- selor . . . " Auntie Caggie " . . . telephone calls from " Mrs. P " . . . her refuge— a dean ' s office . . . summers in Maine . . . Y-ale . . . luggage lugger on week-ends . . . loves dogs . . . California bound . . . Gnothi Seauton. itudent Government, representative . . . Judaic Club, treasurer . . . Special Education Club . . . ToKalon Society. 52 WILLIAM J. SHILALE Industrial Arts Worcester " Bill " . . . " Who said I ' d do it? " . . . never a dull moment . . . knowledge in many fields . . . mature outlook . . . strong convictions. Student Christian Association . . . Commuting Men ' s Association. JOHN T. STEWART Industrial Arts Fitchburg " Jack " . . . believes in what he says . . . " Where was I when that happened? " . . . likeable nature . . . daring spirit . . . exact in his ways ' Well, be! ' MARY ELIZABETH SUGRUE English Fitchburg " Sug " . . . giggle girl . . . hospitality-plus on South Street . . . loyal fan of AAessers. Hawes and Conlon . . . dangling bracelets (clink, clank, clunk) ... by the shores of Lake Mononomac at 5 AM . . . literary in- terests . . . loved training . . . Dagwood sandwich lover . . . always a grin . . . Loads of laughs and leads of fun, That ' s our little Sugar Bun . . . Sigma Alpha Delta. Kampus Vue . . . Newman Club . . . Adelphian Society. 53 DONALD E. SULLIVAN Industrial Arts Fitchburg " Don " . . . mind of his own . . . " patented laugh " . . . never slows down . . . quiet and reserved . . . takes things in his stride . . . always gets clerical work done effectively and efficiently. Newman Club. RICHARD C. SULLIVAN " Dick " . . . " Thanks a lot! " . . . . those training parties one? " . . . many cars . . . frequent trips to Miller Hall .... party, party. Special Education Club. Framingham . . a thinking man . . . . mixed emotions . Gung ho Special Ed . . . . " The Apartment " Special Education Mrs. Brown ' s boy . . . . . " Black Horse, any- . . Milford, N.H. . . . . . enjoys good music HELENE SUPRENANT Wakefield Elementary " Supie " . . . infectious smile . . . sense of humor . . . served by a window with an ocean view . . . Don ' t be a goop, vote for Supe . . . loves a good time . . . Delta Mu . . . attended Policemen ' s Ball . . . sleepy-head . . . gung-ho teacher . . . the other half of the D twins . . . many nick- names freshman year ... " I Just had a nice talk. " . . . cut paper . . . " Yes, it ' s me, and I ' m in love again. " . . . sports ace . . worker . . . prankster . . . Gnothi Seauton. Newman Club . . . WAA, Board . . . Dorm Council Society . . . Outing Club . . . intramurals sports . " Haloon ' willing secretary . . . ToKalon . Cheerleaders. 54 DONALD R. THUNDBURG Industrial Arts Worcester " Don " . . . unmatched humor . . . easy does it . . . conscientious . . . lively imagination . . . " Say that again " . . . who put out the light . . . an industrial arts man all the way. DANIEL THURSTON Industrial Arts Lowell " Dan " . . . works hard for his goal ... " I don ' t believe it " . . . quick wit " Did I say that? " . . . build my own furniture . . . who said IA? " Where did I put that saw " . . . Amici. Newman Club . . . Gaveleer Society. JANET M. VERNON Math-Science Peabody " Jan " . . . considering you ' re a woman . . . " We ' re chaperoning a dance tonight " . . . seen sporting M.M. ears . . . has passed the acid test . the Congregation wouldn ' t like that , Jan! . . . Hoards library books . Green Cadet . . . does rock collections and terrariums for a price . is writing a catalog on free and inexpensive materials . . . math whiz . Saturday afternoon field trips . . . Mmm? ... " I eat like a bird. " . At least you don ' t snore, Miss Vernon . . . takes copious notes . dependability personified . . . loves heading refreshment committees . " Have you seen Joey? . . . down Maine. Who ' s Who, 59-60, 60-61 . . . Dean ' s List . . . Student Government, vice- president, representative . . . SCA, president, vice-president . . . Saxifrage Board, Directory . . . Dramatic Club, secretary . . . Science Seminar . . . intramural sports. 55 DAVID W. WALKER Lowel a real shap dresser . Special Education " Buddah " ... a real shap dresser ... a social imbiber ... a loyal Special Ed-er . . . those few training parties . . . expert in I. A. ... a music lover . . . " How, plebian " . . . seen with Senior Special Ed crowd . . . once known always a true friend. Newman Club . . . SCA . . . Special Education Club . . . Science Seminar . . . NANCY LYONS WALLACE Special Education Belmont " Nan " . . . wedding bells junior year . . . always looking for a fourth . . . photographic memory . . . travels daily from Belmont . . . Fluctuates be- tween gaiety and solemnity . . . the bridge whiz . . . Gnothi Seauton. ToKalon Society . . . Cummuting Women . . . intramural sports. EDWARD WALSH English Fitchburg " Shad " . . . unforgettable smile . . . the senior ' s nomination for " Janitor of the Year " . . . spontaneous laughter . . . " Want to join our pool? " . . . quiet manner until you get to know him . . . Irish wit . . . Vinnie ' s boy . . . " Have pail will travel " . . . training party every night . . . Amici. Dramatic Club . . . Gaveleer Society . . . Commuting Men ' s Association. 56 WILLIAM WALSH Industrial Arts Canton " Bill ' - . gives his al sports fiend . . . ardent Indian . . ., earned an -interesting nickname as a Frosh . . . hard worker . . . helped lead soccer team to victory . . . " Old Stonehead " . . . legs . . . stern dis- ciplinarian . . . most memorable occasion— Hawk Initiation . . . weekends at the Cape . . . frequents " The Hill " . . . amusing laugh . . . admired by all . . . Soangetaha. Dorm Council . . . Newman Club . . . Mohawks . . . Soccer . . . Baseball. WILLIAM WEATHERBEE History Fitchburg " Bill " . . . dissertations on the " Dark Continent " . . . flirting with ball and chain ... a quick smile . . . Margolin madness . . . quiet and witty . . . especially at bowling alleys . . . short walk to school . . . enjoyed teach- ing the neighbor ' s children . . . Amici. Gaveleers . . . Commuting Men ' s Association. JOHN I. WHITE Industrial Arts Lunenburg " Jack " . . . loyal SCA-er . . . anyone like to borrow a book? . . . friendly attitude . . . foto fan . . . musical talent . . . tool toter . . . knowledge in many fields . . . takes life as it is . . . Amici. Glee Club . . . SCA . . . Gaveleers . . . Mello-Profs . . . Madrigal Group . . . intramurals. 57 STEPHEN WHITING Gardner Elementary " Sfeve " . . . enjoyed training party . . . Dillon problem class . . . music mad . . . scholarly looking . . . D.D. ' s pet ... a mind of his own. SHIRLEY AAURCH WILSON " Shirl " . . . Boston art trips . Burbank . . . smart dresser . to change bulletin boards . seen clutching cards. Student Christian Association . Elementary Fitchburg . " Crying on the wall " . . . transfer from . . liked by all who know her . . . loves . remedial music classes . . . frequently . Outing Club. ALFRED J. ZAGORSKI Math-Science Somerset " Zag " . . . seen driving a black and yellow convert . . . Paul ' s partner in crime . . . our physicist . . . SC ' s answer to Albert Einstein . . . enjoyed training . . . frequently seen at O.J. ' s ... a future Viking ... . junior high all the way . . . many breaks at the " Spa " . . . trips to the Hill . . . Phi Delta Pi. Glee Club . . . Newman Club . . . Science Seminar . Outing Club . . . Soccer, manager . . . intramurals. Esoterics 58 IN MEMORIAM . . . ARMENIO FRANCISCONI " Honesty rare as a man without self-pity, Kindness as large and plain as a prairie wind. " Stephan Vincent Benet SENIOR ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS RAYMOND EDWARDS JOHN FARRAR MARY FOLEY DONALD GAGNON JAMES HOLLAND SANDRA MASTALIZ EULALIE MITCHELL PATRICIA RUBERTI DONALD RUSSELL GEORGE THOMAS WILLIAM VAN ORDEN 59 DOLORES BEAUCHEAAIN Nursing Education " Dolly " ... It was just that . . . salt on saltines . . . slave to nightly pin-ups . . . I ' m hungry . . . dean ' s list . . . library get-togethers . . . built in ice- box . . . hiker . . . dependable . . . meticulous ... a true friend. Newman Club . . . Cedarcrest Sanatorium . . . New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center . . . John Hopkins Hospital . . . Public Health. JUDITH CAISSE " Ahu " . . . big black bathrobe queen . . . baby sandwiches . . . . . cheerful. Nursing Education . jungle cruisee . . . Robie . . . Chicken Scene maker . . . thoughful . . . sincere Newman Club . . . Cedarcrest Sanatorium . . . New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center . . . John Hopkins Hospital . . . Public Health. SUSAN CAOUETTE Nursing Education " Susie " . . . You ' re Kidding . . . fruits and filler . . . Sentimentalist . . . kissing angels . . . good listener . . . Oh those natural waves . . . China-doll. Newman Club . . . Philodemic Society . . . Cedarcrest Sanatorium . . . New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center . . . John Hopkins Hospital . . . Public Health. 60 LUCILLE GAGNE NANCY FRAPPIER Nursing Education " Nan " . . . Pianist . . . Tommy says ... 1st diamond in class . . . five more days until Friday . . . another wedding . . . oops, wrong basket . . . trustworthy . . . good listener . . . sympathetic. Newman Club . . . Adelphian Society . . New York Hospital-Cornell AAedicai Center . . . Public Health. Cedarcrest Sanatorium . . . . . Worcester State Hospital Nursing Education " Lu " . . . Irish coffee . . . anything goes . . . keep off the highway . . . advo- cate of higher mathematics . . . faithful commuter . . . infectious laugh . . . sincere . . . pleasant . . . quiet. Newman Club . . . Cedarcrest Sanatorium . . . New York Hospital-Cornell AAedicai Center . . . Worcester State Hospital . . . Public Health. SIAAONE GUENETTE Nursing Education " Sim " . . . Oh? . . . chase hotdogs much . . . Cheri, cheri ben . . . Lady Barber . . . Queenston Trio . . . I ' ll get my car . . . Europe or bust . . . personality plus . . . sincere . . . ready, willing and able. Newman Club . . . Philodemic Society . New York Hospital-Cornell AAedicai Center Public Health. Cedarcrest Sanatorium . Worcester State Hospital . V 61 JOANN HEINOLD Nursing Education " Jo " . . . " Let ' s crump " . . . Miss Rheingold . . . lucky numbers 80-81 . . . lakeside living . . . sporty dresser . . . What ' s he talking about . . . dry humor . . . dependable . . . generous. Newman Club Medical Center Cedarcrest Sanatorium . Worcester State Hospital New York Hospital-Cornel . . Public Health. PATRICIA HAWARTH " Pock " . . . knit one, purl two . . . baby face . a cigar . . . original sense of humor . . . giver of advice . . . impulsive . . . individualistic. Nursing Education pixie haircut . . . have independent Newman Club . Medical Center . Cedarcrest Sanatorium . . Worcester State Hospital 62 New York Hospital-Cornell . . Public Health. BEVERLY JOHNSON Nursing Education " Bev " . . . Hi-ya . . . faithful commuter . . . why sweat it . . . sports en- thusiast . . . shining brown hair . . . independent . . . sincere . . . good worker . . . reserved but friendly. ToKalon Society . . . Intramural Sports . . . Cedarcrest Sanatorium . . . New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center . . . Worcester State Hospital . . . Public Health. JUL MARIE KIEVENAAR " Snookie " . . . have TV, will travel . in the mail . . . ran into a lawn-mower . . outgoing . . . ToKalon Society . . . Newman Club . New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center Public Health. Nursing Education bound for Europe . . . letters . lots of fun . . . friendly . . . . Cedarcrest Sanatorium . . . . Worcester Hospital . . . LETITIA KIMBALL " Tish " . wit . . gether. SCA . . Center . Nursing Education . . farmer ' s daughter . . . third finger left hand . . . ccol and casual . quick smile . . . twinkling mischievous eyes . . . library get-to- . Cedarcrest Sanatorium . . . New York Hospital-Cornell Medical . . Worcester State Hospital . . . Public Health. MARY ANN KOCYK Nursing Education " Koke " . . . expressive eyes . . . neat coif . . . industrious worker . . . burns midnight oil . . . Hey, kids . . . slim and neat . . . many laughs. Adelphian Society . . . Cedarcrest Sanatorium . . . New York Hospital- Cornell Medical Center . . . Worcester State Hospital . . . Public Health. 63 JOSEPHINE LERRO Nursing Education " Jo " . . . petite and lively . . . height marks on spa walls . . . expert window washer . . . kids price at the show . . . ideal friend . . . kind to all. Philodemic Society . . . Newman Club . . . Cedarcrest Sanatorium . . . New York Hospital— Cornell Medical Center . . . Worcester State Hospital . . . Public Health. PATRICIA AAANION Nursing Education " Patty " . . . knitting enthusiast . . . N.Y., N.Y. . . . love that pin . . . weekend at Brown . . . Dean ' s List . . . talkative . . . jack-of-all-trades. S.C.A. . . . Cedarcrest Sanatorium . . . New York Hospital— Cornell Medical Center . . . Worcester State Hospital . . . Public Health. MARGARET MARY NAWROCKI Nursing Education River Accent . . . everyone out and push . . . " Cabby " " Peg " . . . Fal what a " rock " queen ' s court vivacious sincere. Philodemic Society . . . Newman Club . . New York Hospital— Cornell Medical Center . . . Public Health. Cedarcrest Sanatorium . . . . . Worcester State Hospital 64 ARLENE OKSANEN Nursing Education " A.O. " . . . music enthusiast . . . who wants to play chess? . . . amateur cook . . . resourceful . . . Dean ' s List . . . Latin scholar . . . good friend. Adelphian Society . . . Glee Club . . . S.C.A. . . . Cedarcrest Sanatorium . . . New York Hospital— Cornell Medical Center . . . Worcester State Hospital . . . Public Health. CATHERINE QUIRK Nursing Education " Quirkie " . . . warning in gym . . . dusting the lobby . . . " wheels " . . . spaghet ti at 3 am . . . back to New York . . . sleep or study? . . . one more cigarette . . . loves to dance . . . sincere . . . fun-loving. Newman Club . . . Cedarcrest Sanatorium . . . New York Hospital- Cornell Medical Center . . . Worcester State Hospital . . . Public Health. JEANNE REMBIS Nursing Education " Jean " . . . week late for T.C. . . . letters from Korea . . . " this has gone far enough " . . . instant tan . . . whist in the lounge fun loving . . . chef supreme . . . loyal friend. sparkler Cedarcrest Sanatorium . . . New York Hospital— Cornell Medical Center . . . Worcester State Hospital . . . Public Health. 65 PATRICIA RIVARD " Pat " . . . sweet and neat . . . pool anyone pennies from heaven . . . " Oh, shut up! " . homes . . . thoughtful . . . infectious laugh. Nursing Education . jazz enthusiast? . . . open house . . . two Newman Club Cedarcrest Sanatorium Cornell Medical Center New York Hospital Worcester State Hospital Public Health. ANN RUSSELL Nursing Education " Chad " . . . the whistle . . . sports enthusiast . . . dissertation on knee socks . . . " Is that right? . . . " But, Chap, that ' s a one way street! " . . . energetic . . . courage . . . practice for Paris. S.C.A. . . . Glee Club . . . Cedarcrest Sanatorium . . New York Hospital —Cornell Medical Center . . . Worcester State Hospital . . . Public Health. BARBARA RUSSELL Nursing Education " Hillary " ... I assume . . . extensive vocabulary . . . Party Doll . . . socialized medicine . . . vivacious . . . quick wit . . . class pres . . . Holey Ears . . . frank and to the point. Newman Club . . . Philodemic Society . . . Cedarcrest Sanatorium . . . New York Hospital— Cornell Medical Center . . . John Hopkins Hospital . . . Public Health. 66 SANDRA SIGNOR Nursing Education " Siggie " . . . she ' s off and running . . . trees in New York . . . " In the Middle of an Island " . . . organizer . . . athlete . . . " It ' s the most wonderful thing I ' ve ever seen! " . . . list maker . . . leader . . . lots of fun. Cedarcrest Sanatorium . . . New York Hospital— Cornell Medical Center . . . Worcester State Hospital . . . Public Health. MARY ANN TAYOR Nursing Education " Herm " . . . " who wants a cab? " red striped glasses . . . big city nurse . . . " Wheels " . . . coffee at the spa . . . " East Side, West Side " " let ' s be late " . . . " let ' s dance " . . . generous and nice to know. Newman Club . . . Philodemic Society . . . Cedarcrest Sanatorium . . . New York Hospital— Cornell Medical Center . . . Worcester State Hospital . . . Public Health. JUDITH VILLARI Nursing Education " I ' m crushed " . . . Daddy Kool . . . babble, babble ... I assume . . . " It ' s going to burn off " . . . white line— will tumble . . . Dean ' s List . . . T.C. ' s Joni James . . . Queen ' s Court . . . outgoing. Newman Club . . . Philodemic Society . . . Cedarcrest Sanatorium . . . New York Hospital— Cornell Medical Center . . . Worcester State Hospital . . . Public Health. 67 FRANCES ZEBROWSKI Nursing Education " Fran " . , . burning the midnight oil . . . " I ' m not tired, I ' m just resting my eyes! " . . . domestic . . . slender and neat . . . kind, considerate and comely. Newman Club . . . Cedarcrest Sanatorium . . . New York Hospital— Cornell Medical Center . . . Worcester State Hospital . . . Public Health. CANDIDS ± y=fc = g=JE £ Oh ? sTccfe-)y pines and cam- pus |au;n ; nfiouqh years may " fall on V ¥- - -fnee ? we ' ll im no+ Tor - aef -fne joy - oas day 6 ' u, ' e e ■ J J s m Spenf or P. S. C v Whose Quid- ma band has I i J J li -e = 1L ecJ us thftjciqii hours of work and -fan May uoe zz i • £ H E i 5 -e a - I- mays be proud " fa be- lorKj To fbe Class of Oix-iy one. CLASS SONG 69 -„ t ,ii e eb° ra,e To ' " e j. vCJ „Mera j wV " c CLASS SPONSORS MISS ELIZABETH M, :-r 2 ' » ; ' " " " - " v-a haskins • " -A a ,e tor « °° 1 on " S coa ches and be s haod | ? " 3 ■• : r " - " " ,w : ::i - - S» " ' i -::V -r r-- DENNETT for V°° 6 dating » " „rth e ! a or be n°. rt»«». " an en being e g n by , w os O or r • stt e . woman. ° a s0CC ess. faeen . afS . fo pW ,ng a w ,n _ _ e verV° oe „ . .,. voor =i M game ' , " sibWrtV „ reC atWe P a ' M r0 es s ' ,oo, V°° . , a e pe " d . 3fU » reSP Q an aPP reC flU ne , tt come d. , v oO ° C p6Ver IW " " TaUore, ° f er e ' J e ° aU your neneraW. or bo0 i uS e . a who V . aC es ° e d on Witt V°° ' 9 or success w 8 b te ca eS a nd god sP jesW fe M ' oN FRESHMAN YEAR 225 strong the Class of ' 61 invades FTC . . . our first week in college gave indication of the great things to come . . . rules, laws, fees, money, and more money . . . despite rope burns, the maroon and white emerged victorious in the tug-of-war with the " soft " sophs . . . Vin Gallivan accepts college drum at Reception Dance . . . class sponsors— Miss Haskins and Dr. Dennett . . . Talent Show was studded with gleaming stars, Dana B. among them . . . D. Horgan, S. LeBlanc, C. Lanza and V. Gallivan headed us as Frosh . . . advent of mice people, alligator people, and guinea pig people on campus . . . E. Johnson sweeps Commuting Men ' s football pool . . . Frosh soccer players include B. Walsh and E. Johnson . . . " Sleeping Beauty " takes fourth prize in snow sculpturing . . . snowbound, exams postponed . . . stranded in North Station . . . Ski Weekend, quite a " splash " . . . basketball team strengthened with T. Flynn, J. Kazmierski, E. Johnson, B. Matson, and J. Delaney . . . Thursdays at the Lodge . . . Glee Club presents Messiah, contingent consists of 35 members of ' 61 ... Who forgot to wear their shoes to the Carnival Ball? . . . Frosh Quintet cap- tures WAA basketball crown . . . snowball fights galore . . . Koppen conquers Frosh . . . Oh, those O.O ' s . . . the ' 61 stars of " Deadwood Dick " were L. Cavi, G. Black, H. Brown, S. Christie, J. Vernon, E. Walsh, M. O ' Neill and J. LeShane . . . parties, picnics, and teas usher in pledging season . . . interrogation at Miller . . . smoke floods first floor of Admin . . . so-o-o fire depart- ment makes its first of many trips to front campus . . . No, we ' re not Druids, we ' re taking Bio II! ... at last finals are over . . . the class parts for the summer with fond farewells. SOPHOMORE YEAR Back on the campi ... Hoola-hoops + Hullaballo = Frosh Initiation . . . Freshman year was never like this . . . our enthusiasm was somewhat dimmed by the smug countenances of the members of our pledges clubs . . . then there appeared spotless white sneakers, red and white striped glasses, long black stockings, maroon stockings, maroon sweaters, little notebooks, Toke baskets with all sorts of goodies, and black and blue marks . . . " ennui, felt on the proper occasions, is a sign of intelligence, " became our motto . . . The October 25th Halloween Dance was a smashing success . . . the Kampus Vue takes on a new look . . . S. LeBlanc, V. Gallivan, and R. Card lead class . . . Where did we go? RICE. What did we do? Nothing! . . . Hockey team formed on campus . . . B. Allain and B. Campbell head Carnival Weekend Committee . . . Faculty-Senior game was quite a hit . . . Dr. Clark sported the brightest uniform . . . Miller becomes " The Rock " ... no snow for the Carnival Weekend prevented us from taking another fourth place . . . the production of the The Lark featured P. Reddy, C. LeBlanc, L. Cavi, J. Vernon, S. Flynn, M. Crowley, G. Black, S. Christie, E. Page and W. VanOrden . . . traffic lights installed on the front campus to insure safety of students . . . Toke team takes basketball diadem . . . Queen Lake Hgalellihs Elffuhs . . . Durgin Park expedition . . . Sophomore Exams produce a gruelling day . . . sun deck . . . the Cape calls and many of us respond . . . June finds us anxious to begin a vacation after a hard year. CLASS HISTORY 71 JUNIOR YEAR Smallest in number but large in influence the Class of ' 61 returns . . . somewhere we lost a lot of women students . . . only 40 left in a class of 1 30 . . . this year proves best of all, we cannot only initiate Frosh but also pledges . . . Juniors infiltrate all campus organizations . . . T. Flynn named basketball co-captain . . . Sim and Tom win Reception Dance waltz contest . . . we ac- quire a professional vocabulary— share our experiences, adjust the child, the seven cardinal prin- ciples, the whole child, peer groups, and socially well-adjusted . . . just missed soccer champion- ship . . . papier-mache and wing back screws . . . our elected leaders include J. McNally, T. Pikora, M. O ' Neill and V. Gallivan . . . four Juniors named to Who ' s Who — L. Cavi, S. Flynn, D. Ryder and J. Vernon . . . Prez visits the Goody . . . girls invade Palmer Hall . . . " Let ' s go to the Caf " . . . Palmer goes coed ... 8 students go, but they shall return . . . new librarian and summons to the Dean . . . Bruce C. and Joyce H. head prom committee . . . White House Conference becomes talk of the campus . . . TC goes Mad is the most approved show of the year (by the faculty that is) . . . His Malicious Majesty, the Prince of Darkness (Jim Ball) makes his appearance on campus in the " Devil and Daniel Webster " ... Do you see?-We speak, make logic weak ... US History be- comes an anathema to some of us . . . breath-test at Palmer . . . Hans Christian ... Big Ditch dug on front campus . . . C. Lanza and J. McNally presented Representative Award . . . Alumni Assembly close caf and library . . . false alarm at Palmer ... Dr. Ross meets the fire chief . . . " Dumbo " takes fourth place . . . College turns out for Gym and Dorm dedication . . . Herlihy Hall-new dorm; Parkinson Gymnasium . . . Modern Physics-most popular course on campus . . . Mr. Hawes goes observing . . . anxious trainees speculate on date of exodus . . . " where do we train? " , ask elementary students . . . mad chemists create bomb outside of Herlihy Hall . . . Care to go on an amphibian hunt and bird watch? SENIOR YEAR On September 7 the curtain rises on the Battle of the Blackboards, Part II . . . polluted water provides a week ' s vacation for student teachers . . . some of us strain to reach that third level . . . change of scene— Black Horse . . . Why not graduate in color? . . . Who ' d like to make a terratium for a small fee? . . . Green Cadets big hit at first rally . . . names not the same, it ' s been changed . . . rah, rah weekends at FSC . . . favorite pastime of student teachers— waiting for Fridays to come ... Dr. Ross assumes a new name— Mrs. Robert Russell . . . Soccer team repre- sents New England at National Finals . . . Team includes R. Lake, T. Flynn, E. Johnson, B. Walsh, V. Gallivan, and B. Leucci . . . we lose a beloved faculty member— Rachel S. Bruce . . . PM coffee break during Christmas week . . . " Don Jaun in Hell " with seniors M. Crowley, P. Reddy and G. Black . . . Inauguration blizzard postpones final day of exams . . . sickly trainees teach through vacation and free periods . . . Who ' s Who includes J. Ball, G. Beaulac, L. Cavi, M. Crowley, S. Flynn, C. Lanza, J. McNally, J. Ogg, M. O ' Neil, T. Pikora, D Ryder, J. Vernon . . . training schools hit the headlines . . . Hawks take their club off campus . . . senior hoopsters include J. Kazmierski, and E. Johnson . . . Queen Mavis and King Tom reign over the Carnival Weekend festivities . . . second semester proves to be quite a haul ... St. Pat ' s Day is a great day at T.C. . . . contracts start flowing in . . . professors compete with warm weather, parties, picnics, and nostalgia for our attention . . . the brooks ' sun and water creates a " MELLOW " atmosphere for examination week . . . Class Day brings tears to many eyes as we pass on the college traditions to the Juniors . . . clad in our black academic robes, we march proudly but sadly in our com- mencement recessional leaving our college days, but memories now, behind us. 72 UNDERCLASSMEN 73 .. ' -£. " •• CLASS OFFICERS President WILLIAM ERICKSON Vice-President BEVERLY KELLY Secretary JACQUELINE REED . Treasurer FRANCIS HUTCHEONS CLASS OF 1962 74 CLASS OF 7 963 m ft x 1 X • ■£1 N. £ ft CLASS OF 1 964 SAXIFRAGE BOARD DITOR: BUSINESS MANAGER: ILITERARY EDITOR: llART EDITOR: (PHOTOGRAPHY EDITORS: ' DIRECTORY EDITORS: SALES MANAGER: SECRETARY: Roy Lake Mary Jane Mullen Sandra Flynn Lee Cavi Joyce Harlow Shirley Kiefer Thomas Flynn Janet Vernon Edward Clancy Richard Horgan Carolyn Lanza 79 ■I $ OTH ;: ' - WSl S.G.A. COUNCIL 5 ffrrn M M PRESIDENT Walter Juszynski VICE-PRESIDENT Janet Vernon CORRESPONDING SECRETAR Marion Crowley RECORDING SECRETARY Lee Cavi TREASURER Theodore Pikora STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION I« GLEE CLUB PRESIDENT James Ball VICE-PRESIDENT Roberta Rich SECRETARY Jo-Ann Payton TREASURER Paul St. Jean LIBRARIANS Karen Manthorne William Meade DRAMA CLUB PRESIDENT H. Gilbert Black VICE-PRESIDENT Philip Reddy SECRETARY Jo-Ann Payton TREASURER Paul Kyte FORUM SPECIAL EDUCATION CLUB PRESIDENT Marilyn Peterson VICE-PRESIDENT Elizabeth Dutton SECRETARY Linda Mazonson TREASURER Judith Frost MEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT Vincent Gallivan SECRETARY-TREASURER Thomas Flynn WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT Ruth Card VICE-PRESIDENT Ruth Mack SECRETARY Barbara Allain TREASURER Elizabeth DesBois 85 JUDIAC CLUB PRESIDENT Sandra Dorsky VICE-PRESIDENT Arlene Ocken SECRETARY-TREASURER H. Gilbert Black 86 7 ] I ■ ■■1 H H HH HHH H HHHH PRESIDENT Paul Corcoran VICE-PRESIDENT Margaret Galland CORRESPONDING SECRETARY Simone LeBlanc RECORDING SECRETARY Jean Paquette TREASURER John O ' Brien STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT Susan Heslam VICE-PRESIDENT Judith Leyland SECRETARY Karen Manthorne TREASURER Richard Downs yfiK PRESIDENT Janet Ogg VICE-PRESIDENT Carole Manning CORRESPONDING SECRETARY Orise Petit RECORDING SECRETARY Kai Kand TREASURER Lucienne De ' mers HOSPITALITY CHAIRMAN Patricia Roberts ADELPHIAN 90 d © j@g safLaa PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT CORRESPONDING SECRETARY RECORDING SECRETARY TREASURER John McDonough Robert Flaherty Francis Hutcheons Gerald Viera David Healey - 92 ESOTERIC i PRESIDENT Jean Paquette TREASURER Donna Sennott CORRESPONDING SECRETARY Margaret Sallgren RECORDING SECRETARY Mary Angelini PHILODEMIC 94 X j™ PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT CORRESPONDING SECRETARY RECORDING SECRETARY Edwin Hastabacka Francis Kane Anthony Anzalone Robert Brennan GAVELEER 96 PRESIDENT Carolyn Lanza VICE-PRESIDENT Ruth Card CORRESPONDING SECRETARY Lucy Moriarty RECORDING SECRETARY Beverly Kelley TREASURER Corol Possiel TOKALON 98 CHIEF Robert Banta KEEPER OF THE WAMPUM Louis Gizzi MEDICINE MAN Polino Masciangioli SCRIBE Theodore Pikora MOHAWKS 100 WS.W » " v ■ " rv u ATHLETICS 103 104 TRACK COACH: RAYMOND J. OKERMAN J _- 105 7960 OCCER CHAMPS 106 K AI«MJ COACH: EUGENE CASASSA CO-CAPTAINS: WILLIAM WALSH EMILE JOHNSON CONFERENCE RECORD 9 WINS LOSSES OTIE ' T ' l 107 108 I «. HOCKEY COACHES: EUGENE CASASSA JOSEPH CHAISSON MANAGER: EDWARD PAGE 1 960 OPPONENTS 1 96 1 FORT DEVENS NICHOLS HOLY CROSS WORCESTER JUNIOR ASSUMPTION DEAN WORCESTER TECH H ' Jk. BASKETBALL I COACH: RAYMOND J. OKERMAN m CO-CAPTAINS: THOMAS FLYNN EDWARD HYTINEN ■ii JiffM? :, Tii ' f ' BASEBALL COACH: ROBERT ELLIOT 112 ;Jt I ■ GOLF COACH: DR. ROGER HOLMES CHEERLEADERS CO-CAPTAINS: JUDITH LESHANE AUDREY OLMSTED - i ».-., HOCKEY SOFTBALL WOMEN ' S ATHLETICS VOLLEYBALL BASKETBALL 16 MEMORABLE MOMENTS fl " M 17 k ' QUEEN MAVIS O ' NEIL CARNIVA SsiF , t : PL THE 1 960 CHRISTMAS CONCERT 120 mx m PRESENTED BY THE GLEE CLUB DIRECTED BY: MR. RICHARD L KENT £3 a p lay y • ti sp ■ i) . r fc : . - fi w - ' ra f V 121 Jl mM ■ i H THE DEVIL AND DANIEL WEBSTER 7 960 - JUNIOR PROM NEW ORLEANS ROOM SHERRY BILTMORE HOTEL BOSTON THE QUEEN JUDITH FROST i THE LARK PRESENTED BY THE DRAMA CLUB DIRECTED BY EUGENE CASASSA ■ i t n r i - r ., i .t - a -a f- CANDIDS 27 SEPTEMBER 1957 r ■ _CK ImRDANUX- rJ - ■ I jJL 7°»AWK CLUB j II TK % H o UPON GRADUATION " Oh, we love the Halls of Ivy, That surround us here today, And we will not forget Though we be far, far away. " 1 We pause— with a laugh, with a smile, With a tear, we recall the rapidly disappearing year. The memories that drift upon our minds Are so fresh and clear that they are hardly Memories yet; but time will dim them, Even now, as we turn these crisp white pages For the first time and sniff the pleasant odor of fresh ink; Even now, the things we see are changed, And, being changed, are gone. Here in our yearbook lie the events that shall become memories- Events caught as they hurried across the narrow threshhold of the present Into the twilight unreal of the past. There are things we may find to be strikingly bitter- Others unbelievably sweet. Time will dull the memories we have recorded here Where happy days are buried. We may look upon the face of one we loved And feel no pain; we may look upon the face Of one we loathed And try to recall his name. Our SAXIFRAGE is the only memory we have Of years already spent- Years of laughter, of love, of study, of tears, And now, " To the sacred Halls of Ivy Every voice will bid farewell, And shimmer off in twilight Like the old vesper bell. " -V|, ♦ I CLASS DAY SENIOR PICNIC SENIOR PROM GRADUATION SENIOR PICNIC POLISH-AMERICAN CLUB JUNE 7, 1 96 1 v . j n I J t J ■Wife -; GRADUATION JUNE 7 7, 7967 ! %V£ fc ' V ' V _ : CO H tn Z Q f C m Z a CO H n CO n o 3 CD m CO a o § o O t— G tn 1 — 1 z CO i — i CO a 3 m o O CO H n tn o Z tn tn a 5o m ■ t- tn tn Z r 1 -4 H Cd O O oo tn H O z M o DALLAS, TEXAS H O to tn O C s CO o t— z o . • . ■ mm P v!


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