Montclair State College - La Campana Yearbook (Upper Montclair, NJ)
- Class of 1958
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a campana la campana • nineteen hundred fifty eight V L. HOWARD FOX Poge2 This tribute is based on a man ' s devotion to an idea and the foresight to make that idea materialize. The idea is a building, a Memorial Auditorium to serve as a house and showplace of the Arts. We the class of nineteen hundred fifty-eight dedicate this book to L. Howard Fox. table of contents dedication 2 preface 5 prologue 9 administration 22 departments 26 graduates 49 honor societies 114 who ' s who 122 activities 124 theater 140 greeks 146 sports 154 underclassmen 168 dormitories 174 la campana 178 acknowledgements 180 published by the bureau of student publications of the STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION New Jersey State Teachers College at Montclair An artist with emotions to describe, paints an impres- sionistic picture; each slash of color, each curve of the brush is devoted to the idea, the theme, the emotion. The yearbook is an impressionistic painting on the same scale. The pictures are phases of a complex campus life; a life of different buildings, students, moods and thoughts. A span of time is covered to erect a document to serve as only a part, to be en- riched and enlarged by each student ' s own history. The following fifteen pages contain an impression done in words and pictures. Ih z .. T. r ' . , ,, ' V It ♦ ' PROLOGUE As tho cjimpus lifts hor ciirkonod f.ico to the sun, shdilovvs slov l In in to tocodo. A groping hand ti ichcs out lor tho akirin olook: tioos .111(1 huililiiii s Civc skotohod against tho ilusk sk lino ol Nou York. s. Sleepy commuters climb into familiar cars. Then parking lots begin to fill: the snack bar becomes a haven for coffee and conver- sation. A few stragglers are tacking and un- tacking notes perpetually spattered on the bulletin board. Alone in the company of friends, there is time for thought of the beauty of a day just beginning. The sudden intrusion of the bell sends groggy heads scurrying to distant parts of the campus. Corridors swell, and empty rooms become fonts of knowledge. The patio, with its quiet and majestic view of the valley, offers an asylum from the clamor of a busy day. Smooth macadam roads wind silently around trees and shrubs, encompassing the amphitheatre, with its stage of earth. In the distance, the smoke stack towers over the arena where players sweat for Saturday ' s game. There are many things to remember: the joy received from a job well done, the tense- ness and loneliness which seemed to creep in about exam time, the hope for a success- ful year which hides under the laughter and despair of the registration line, the frenzy of campus elections, the crowds at carnival time, the excitement of a pep rally — all belong to the stream of activity which is the college ' s life. Page 14 - EDDXIYii -J-IW1 F f. Sometimes the campus extends beyond its boundaries. Homecoming is one such oc- casion: the procession of floats led by the Campus Queen, returns from Upper along Valley Road to circle the field triumphantly before judges and spectators; the game is about to begin. Page 16 Pope 17 SflBSWlW Stacks, shelves, books, hush us to silence and thought. As the students cross and re- cross her paths, the campus becomes alive, clamorous, gay. Late afternoon finds the hustle and bustle of classes, the serenity of study, the birth of extra curricular life. With the darkness come scattered lights, muted voices, and the promise of a day near end. Page 18 . t :t j ■r ' ' i J ,..a ' Wf Page 20 The sun sinks behind the hills and night pulls its cover over the buildings, but ac- tivities never cease: the lobby fills with quietly boisterous theatre goers, students are preparing for , n exain, a hoineconiing proiecl, a carnival booth, the ear s ari- ety show. I ai into the night. Iioin Russ Hall to Stone Hall, the lights glow, and night turns into .] . . . Poge2l ADMI N E. DE ALTON PARTRIDGE, Ph.D. President Miss Frances Vinal, Mrs. Herbert Reaske Page 22 11: ISTRATION CLYDE M. HUBER, Ph.D Dean of the College NED S SCHROM, Ed.D Dean of Studcnii BhKNARU SltOtl M b A Buiineti Manogmr Page 23 LAWTON W. BLANTON, A.M. Director of Admissions MARGARET A. SHERWIN, A.M. Assisfant Director of Students RICHARD S. WILLING, Ed.D. Assistant Director of Students Page 24 KEITH W. ATKINSON, Ph.D. Director of College High School EDWARD J. AMBRY, A.M. Director of Summer, Part-time and Extension Division JOHN J. RELLEHAN, Ph.D. Chairman of the Graduate Council BUSINESS EDUCATION M. HERBERT FREEMAN, Ph.D. Chairman PAUL E. FROEHLICH, Ed.D. HOWARD L. HAAS, Ed.D. LOUIS C. NANASSY, Ed.D. HORACE J. SHEPPARD, A.M. ELIZABETH VAN DERVEER, Ed.D. p. Froehlich, H. Sheppard, M. Freemon, E. Van Derveer, L. Nanossy, H. Hoa Epsilon Mu Epsilon Business social organization . . . for both business majors and minors . . . annual picnic . . . annual Christmas party . . . field trips to various places . . . " Who has his money for dues? " . . . Frosh reception . . . large membership . . . fri endly spirit v ith everyone working together . . . OFFICERS President _ William Stevenson Vice President Harry Lang Treosurer James LaSalle Recording Secrefary.. Alice Kauschky Corresponding Secretary Em i lie Giering Liaison Marion Cedzidio Historian Barbara Kurtz Adviser Dr. Willing Page 26 II EDWIN S. FULCOMER, Ed.D. Chairman HAROLD C. BOHN, Ed.D. LAWRENCE H. CONRAD, A.M. MRS. ROBERT E. CORSO, M.S.J. STEVEN C. L. EARLEY, Ph.D. W. PAUL HAMILTON, A.M. RUSSELL KRAUSS, Ph.D. MRS. JOSEPH MEIERS, A. M. JAMES P. PETTEGROVE, A. M. FREDERIC H. YOUNG, Ph.D. ENGLISH DEPARTMENT English Club Presidenf Richard Clarke Vice President Thomas Haas Secretary Prudence La Torroco Treasurer Helcne Zierold liaison Paul Buhlanic Adviser Dr Earley Trips lo New York shows . . . annual Christmas parly in Chopin . . . " Who ' » speaking lodoy? " . . . more oullide speakersi . . . please pay your duetl . . . picnic in May at South Mountain Reservation . . . meinbership it open lo everyone. PoflcZ9 FINE ARTS MRS. PETER CALCIA, Ed.D. Chairman J. PAUL HARRIS, A.M. ABRAHAM S. KAMPF, A.M. CHARLOTTE R. LOCKWOOD, A.M. CHARLES H. MARTENS, A.M. MILDRED M. OSGOOD, A.M. MRS. IRA F. ROSS, B.S. in Ed. RALPH VERNACCHIA, A.M. Home Economics Club President Concetto Paris! Vice President Kathy Van Vooren Secretary Annette Novarro Treasurer Patricia Mulhern Liaison Polly Picken Adviser .. Dr. Hall To further professional interest in home economics ... a hungry lot . . . delicious goodies at the cake sale . . . unofficial science minors . . . meetings in the new building . . . the house in Nutley. HOME ECONOMICS KATHARINE B. HALL, Chairman Ph.D. MARIAN S. JONES, A.M. DORIS H. RUSLINK, A.M. Page 32 INDUSTRIAL ARTS CARL F. FRANKSON, PhD, Chairman ARTHUR W. EARL, Ed.D. CHARLES E. TRESSLER, A.M. E. Earl, C. Frankion, C. Tresjier Industrial Arts Guild President Richard Daum Vice President Arthur Scavone Secretary James Conroy Treasurer Robert Miller Liaison Charles Kenison To aid tomorrow ' s industrial arts teacher in complete reolizotion of his goal in an area of increasing complexity . . . cornival construction and lighting . . . leaders in campus activities . . . coffee break! . . . term papers and research, research and term papers . . " My philos- ophy of industrial arts is — . " ■r M FOREIGN LANGUAGE MRS. PAUL G. CRESSEY, A.M. Acting Chairman CAROLYN E. BOCK, Ph.D. TERESA DE ESCORIAZA, A.M. HILTON L. GOODMAN, A.M. MRS. PAUL F. KNECHT, A.M. VALENTINE TONONE, A.M. La Tertulia Espanola President Alvin Lubiner Vice President Gloria Ferlise Secretary Dorothea Hokanson Treosurer Mary Jane Lalavee Historian ChristI Gruendig Liaison Bob Leonard Everyone must attend meetings in Chapin . . . dancing practice in the " alcove " ... " I have two left feet " . . . Spring picnic in the amphi- theatre . . . " cQUIEN ES Ml CONCIENCIA? " . , . " Everyone must go to the museum before he can be graduated. " . . . " You Americans! You Americans! You always put the cart before the ox! " Inter Nos President Ellen Larcom Vice President Gail Smith Secretary Jane Lenard Treasurer Joan Petersen Liaison Dorothy Deisinger Afternoon meetings . . . Latin plays . " Golden Apples " . . . speakers . . . home made cookies and punch . . . " Don ' t forget to pay your dues! " . . . slides of Rome . . the classics with a southern twist . . . Latin a a oriental style . . . chess pie. Poge 34 Le Cercle Francois President Charlotte Trinchieri Vice President Faith Branda Secretary Odilla Poli Treasurer Jacqueline Cassan Liaison Roy Hunt PARLEZ EN FRANCAIS EXCLUSIVEMENTE . . . " Culture, we must have culture " . . . " Saoacy, are you a French major? " . . •AH MES PETITS ENFANTS! " . . . forty years you will never make teach- ers. " HENRY E. SCHMIDT, A.M. Chairman JULIA CARVER, A.M. ALDEN C. CODER, Ed.D. JEROME G. DeROSA, A.M. WILLIAM P. DIOGUARDI, M.S. DOROTHY DUKE, A.M. PAULINE FOSTER, A M. RAYMOND W. YAGIELLO, M.Ed. Science Department G. Placek, K. Smith, S. Kowolski, R. McLoclilan, S. Kuhnen, R. Reed, I. Gawley, C. Hodley, H. All SCIENCE RUFUS REED, Ph.D. Chairman HUGH ALLEN, JR., M.S. IRWIN H. GAWLEY, JR., Ed.D. CHARLES E. HADLEY, Ph.D. STEPHEN W. KOWALSKI, A.M. S. MARIE KUHNEN, A.M. ROBERT McLACHLAN, Ph.D. GEORGE F. PLACEK, A.M. MRS. ETHEL RAMSDEN, A.M. KENNETH O. SMITH, Ph.D. Page 38 iL Po0e J ? SOCIAL STUDIES MAURICE P. MOFFAH, Ph.D. Chairman DAVID N. ALLOWAY, A.M. ROBERT BECKWITH, A.M. EDGAR C. BYE, A.M. FRANK L. CLAYTON, Ph.D. PHILIP S. COHEN, A.M. SEYMOUR H. FERSH, Ph.D. E. B. FINCHER, Ph.D. WALTER E. KOPS, A.M. WILLIAM H. MAEHL, JR., Ph.D. JOHN J. RELLAHAN, Ph.D. B. ERNEST SHORE, A.M. ALICE G. STEWART, A.M. HAROLD A. WILSON, A.M. Clio President Josephine la cono Vice President Mary Ann Rafferty Secretary Jean Coschignano Treasurer . Arline Kosko Liaison Marge Delia Sola " Oh, that library project! " . . . best dressed pledgees . . . teas for foreign students . . . Christmas party at Miss Stewart ' s . . . orchids for the booth? . . . meet- ings . . . making Hawaiian leis . . . history above all . . . guest speaker . . . cake sales. Page 40 GEOGRAPHY DANIEL JACOBSON, Ph.D. BERTRAND P. BOUCHER, A.M. Geography Deportmenf B. Boucher, D. Jocobson. Gamma Theta Upsilon President Robert Zito Vice President Geison Chonowilz Recording Secrefory Mary Ann Bond Corresponding Secretary Rosemorie Bales Treasurer Sanford Choje liaison William Liess Adviser Dr. Jocobson lolo Chapter . . . National Honor Fra- ternity in Geography . . . unique initio tion . . . picnic at Garrett Mountoin . . . January banquet . . . dynamic adviser interesting guest speakers. Po0«4l MATHEMATICS BRUCE E. MESERVE, Ph.D. Chairman PAUL C. CLIFFORD, A.M. T. ROLAND HUMPHREYS, A.M. EVAN M. MALETSKY, A.M. LAWRENCE J. REED, M.S. JOHN A. SCHUMAKER, A.M. MAX A. SOBEL, Ph.D. Moth Deportment E. Maletsky, M. Sobel, L. Reed, T. Humphreys, B. Meserve, P. Clifford, J. Scfiumoke Sigma Phi Mu President Elaine Charlins Vice President Donald Wayne Treasurer Alice Rinaldi Liaison Betty Perry Fraternity for all math majors . . . Christmas party and spring picnic with Aphesteon . . . ShufFleboard at Carnival . . " Gee, that construction was hard! " ... " I couldn ' t do my homework " . . . " Let ' s cut our observa- tion! " . . . " Heh! Heh! Heh! " . . . " How do you like our new building? " . . . " Why weren ' t you at the meeting last night? " Page 42 MUSIC EDNA McEACHERN, Ph.D. Chairman MRS. ROGER BURTON, B.Mus. ARTHUR H. CHRISTMANN, S.M.D. JOAN GEILFUSS, A.M. RUSSELL HAYTON, M. Sac. M. EMIL KAHN, A.M. MRS. HENRY W. LUDMAN, A.M. WARD MOORE, Ed.D. DOROTHY J. MORSE, A.M. MURRAY PRESENT, B.Mus. LOUIS E. ZERBE, M.Mus. E. Kahn, A. Christmonn, A. Ludmon, E. McEochern, W. Moore, I. Zerbe, A . Prcienl. M.O.C Chairman Dr. Ward Moore Secrefary Werner G. Rose Treosurer Sylvia Cerveny Liaison Edwin McCabe, Jr. Regulates musical functions . . . arranges dotes . . . " Do we hove a voice? " . . . more publicity . . . mediators all! . . . better or- ganization . . co-ordinated activities. EDUCATION ALLAN MOREHEAD, Ed.D. Acting Chairman KEITH W. ATKINSON, Ph.D. EARL C. DAVIS, Ph.D. MRS. WILLIAM FLOYD, Ph.D. STEELE M. KENNEDY, Ph.D. MRS. BRYAN KOONS, M.S. MRS. ORPHA MAUST LOUGH LUTZ, Ph.D. GEORGE E. SALT, A.M. JEROME M. SEIDMAN, Ph.D. RALPH WALTER, Ed.D. S.E.A.M. President James Murphy Vice President Nelson Baker Secretary Rosemary Blanchette Treasurer Eugene Krautblott Liaison William DeLorenzo Adviser . Dr. Huber Spring conference at Stokes . . . guided tours for future MSTC stu- dents . . . " Pick up your journal in Miss Frazee ' s office " . . . plan- ning sessions at NJEA headquar- ters in Trenton. Page 44 SPEECH L. HOWARD FOX, A.M. Chairman WILLIAM A. BALLARE, A.M. MRS. EVA WEISS HUBSCHMAN, A.M. ELLEN KAUFFMAN, A.M. MARGARET LEITNER, A.M. HAROLD SCHOLL, Ed.D. Speech Deparlment E. Hubichman, H SchoN. W. Bollore, E. KouHman, H. Fox, M. Leiln MRS. M. H. BRAINARD, B.L.S. SELMA S. HARRIS, A.M. CLAIRE M. MERLEHAN, A.M. MARY L. RUSSO MRS. DOROTHY A. SKED, B.L.S Page 46 S. Horris, A. Criddlebaugh, C. Merlehon, D. Sked, M. Russo, M. Broinard. II LIFE HALL Life Hall Mr B. Erneit Shore, Director; Mr. Michoel.Zuiov, AiiiilonI Director. Pope il ■I W. PAUL HAMILTON, Class Adviser Page 48 JOAN H. ACKERMAN Joame ' . . . friendly and sparkling . . . Miss Limelight . . . " My rider " . . . Theta Chi Rho ' s prexy . . . speedy talker . . . neat as a pin . . . AL . . . " Oh, beans " . . . always in the snack bar . . . pony tail . . . " chee " T f % ARAKSY AKILLIAN Roxy ... Pi prexy . . . personality plus . . roommate rotation . . . sincerity, reli- ability and efficiency . . . Sigma girl . . . Got to get my hair cut " . . . neat dresser . . Poet of Russ Hall . . . avid Senate fan . . players ' makeup artist . . . " How does that grab ya? " . . . senior class sec- retary GEORGE ALICKNAVITCH ' Qcorgt ' ' . . . all-round athlete . . . Phi man ... a tall, blonde ladies ' man . . . " Who ' s buying? " . . . Wow, those sum- mers at camp . . . intelligence plus charm . . . infectious smile Page 50 " Wii ii LINDA ALVORD Lindii . . friendly and cheerful . Miss Optimist . . . happy-go-lucky . appreciative of the simple things . . . ways thoughtful and willing to help . hard worker for I.V.C.F. . . Mu Sigma seldom procrastinates DONALD ANDERSON Don . . . Senate . . . fabulous drum player . . . Brubek fan (fanatic?) . . . " Don ' t sweat it " . . . penchant for ice cream . . . " you capitalist " . . . extensive record collection . . . " See me in physi- ology lab . . . " the peasants " JAMES ANDREWS lim . . . ' Swerdie ' . . . suave as heck. . Senate veep . . . " O, chagrin " . " As it were " . . . boyish grin . . . impeccable dresser ... the no-cal David Niven . . . authentic family tartan . . . perennial bombers ' target . . . generous . Kitty Kelly ' s Kandy Kitchen PATRICIA ANGSTER Vatty ' . . . neat ' n petite . . . Kru girl . . adorable . . . " Hi, missy " . . . hard work- er .. . Campus Queen finalist ... a smile for everyone . . . crazy about a certain Irishman . . . artistically inclined . . . wor- ries too much . . . Who ' s Who JANE ANTHONY lane . . infectious giggle . friendly personality . . . light-hearted . " fabu- lous " . . that trip to North Carolina . . . " Oh, stop it! " . . . often seen in the snack bar ... a sunny individual FRANK ARNOT " ' iirit sensible observation and ac ctiratr rvaluations of life avid track fan Texas trip " Are you kid ding ' ' " Maureen uoiallv seen with a grin Sport of King ' hand some NAN ASCHENBACH ' T nn honest and sincere will ingness to help others " my daddv " never an idle mnment terrific riiergv super soda jerk . . , " Bui kids. I ' m rr.illv older than 21 " . . . " Guess what? " Bobbie JOSEPHINE ASTONE 7o ' . . . Beautiful, clear voice ... " I have to call Don " . . . " then I have to vocalize " . . . leading role in the Mikado . . . those piano requirements . . . vo ' ce scholarship . . . gentle, sweet, and petite VALERIE AUER ' Val . . . artistically inclined . . . loves the outdoor life . . . MY STU . . . avid Fincher fan . . . concerned with life ' s real values . . . religious . . . sensitive to the feelings of others . . . hard worker . . . sentimental • T.} GERALD BALDACHINO lerry . . . happy-go-lucky fella . . . Agora . . . " Did you do your home- work? " . . . always in the library . . . accounting, accounting . . . trips to the girls ' dorm . . . quiet wit . . . tall, dark appeal Pa e ' 1 ■J RONALD BARKER " kon . . . fond of photography, girls, and automobiles . . . leadership qualities . . . Lake George and the Dude Ranch . . . the athletic type . . . " Who, me? " . . . snack bar sitter . . . " You know this Gis- BARBARA ANN BARRETT Biirh . . . modern dancer . . . Sinatra at all times . . . " My Joe " ... no worries . . . dramatic ability . . . maniacal driving . . . personality plus . . . " HO! Ho! " ... vi- vacious . . . the coke kid . . . Commuters ' Review II LORRAINE BARTKOWICZ " Barksie . . . relaxed personaliU ' . . . Pi ' s treasurer . . . seen with the science group . . . that trip to Canada . . . always in the lab . . . always giggling . . . " But, what? " . . quiet and prompt . . . loves to dance ROSEMARIE BATES Ro . . . Delta Theta Psi . . . " Have you seen my roommate? " . . . honest, mature, clever . . . snack bar stockholder . . . Tom and Fort Dix . . . Holland, ' 54 . . . loves to read ... the Bates temper ROBERT BERENDT Boh . . always the pipe and briefcase . . . puns to cure anybody ' s blues . . . Commuters ' Review . . . " Those XX Democrats " . . . loyal . . . stamp collector . . . summers at the Chatterbox . . . genu- ine individualist 5 w PATRICIA ANN BERGER Pat ' . . Gloria . . . loves to write letters to her friends . . . trip to Florida . . . " Who? " . constantly knitting or read- ing .. . friendly . . . " Where ' s my sifter " " beautiful eyes HENRY REST " Say " ... " I say there Andy " I A I Guild . trips to Maryland . . . Wow, | that hair ' .US. Naval Reserve . . . loves the summers and boats . crin ' sc? " C, " man IK ' lyt ARLENE BLAKE ' Jr ' . . . peppy cheerleader . . . Mother Blake . . . " Make mine milk " . . . neat and petite . . . Phi Cam sec ' y . . . We ' d rather have her Late than never . . . beau- tiful hair and eyes . . . Joe . . . vocaliz- ing at the priano MARIE BOCK ' Mane ' . . . Dalphac . . . Sigma Alpha Eta prexy . . . alert sense of humor ... a real lady . . . snack bar fixture . . . trips to California, Mexico and Europe . . . Barbizon Model . . . Players . . . quiet and sweet GERTRUDE BOER ' Qee ' ... or ' Cert ' . . . sincere and con- genial . . . " Isn ' t that the worst? " . . . musically inclined . . . possesses a lovely voice . . . George . . . " It ' s national cof- fee hour! " . . . always willing to help Page 54 MARY ANN BONCZEK " Mur ' . . . E. C. Davis ' Girl-Friday . . . bright blue eyes . . . occasional waitress- ing . . . bermuda clad scientist . . . those hair cuts . . . room hopper , . . corre- spondence from Georgia . . . unique hand- writing . . . always the sneakers MARY ANN BOND ' Bondy ' . . . hard worker . . . Clio veep . . . efficiency plus much school service . . . strong, determined personality . . . " Hiya! " . . . warm and sincere . . . Delta Theta Psi . . . class of 1958 ' s veep . . . letter writing fan VERA BRACKL Vera ' . . . slinky black dresses . . . speaks French, Germ an and Hungarian fluently . . . " mine satchel! " . . . huge lunches . . " I want to go to Europe " . . . thoughtful and generous . . . Kappa Delta Pi . . . loves to swim ROBERTA BRAMHALL Hobbie ' . . . " Casual " . . . Ohh, that laugh! ... a weird sense of humor . . . dimples . . . expressive eyes . . . loves in- tellectual cartoons . . . full of interesting experiences . . . Dr. Partridge ' s office JOYCE BRAUN " loyce " . . . intelligent . . . Apheston veep . . . " my fiance Rich " . . . friend to all . . . lots of ability . . . honest and sincere . . . " He ' s coming home this weekend " ROBERT BREITINGER Bol .a proud papa of I 2 Ih, hoy . . . Epsilon Pi Ta« prcxy . . . friendly advice . . mature and stcadfa .t student ..an I. A. curve-breaker . . . inteiliKent . . . Maria . . . " Let ' s pet organized! " Kapp.i rvir.T Pi BERNICE M RRODV Rkmmic smile for everybody tall and charming .a modelling job blue grav eves . " Mv husband Ira " . beautiful wedding . . Ploritla a good cook usually found in the snack bar I I DOROTHEA BURNS " Dottte ' . . . comic critiques on college scene . . . Dalphac . . . Mclvers, Bums; the Esoteric Irish . . . Ivy inclinations . . . " and this lackey . . . Dalphac . . . coher- ent Krauss notes . . . laughter laden lunch- eons . . . casual .. Ijjp, CATENA BUTTIGHERI ' 7ena ' . , . music enthusiast . , . " class " personified . . . cha cha and mombo . . . So-o dependable . . . " Very good. " . . . sympathetic listener . . . Pete . . . " Real- ly? " . . . her own special lawyer . . . " Where ' s RO? " GEORGE CAMERON ' Qeorqe ' . . . Italy ' s spaghetti maker . . . my girl Patt . . . wavy blonde hair . . . those pet skunks and snakes . . . photog- raphy bug . . . Scotch ballads . . . laugh- ing eyes and dimples . . . " -ril never squeal " Page 56 NANCY CANT ' 7 !nn ' . . . Oiapin ' s jello-maker . . . " I ' ll get a sub for breakfast " . . . likes to " party " with the gang . . . peaches and cream complexion . . . happily discon- nected . . . takes h er work seriously . . . good sport . . . enthusiastic ROBERT J. CAPPUCCIO Bo! ' ' . . . fond of photography . , , willing to help others . . . " Why worry? " . . . spends hours in the science lab . . . loves good music . . . expert at solving prob- lems . . . " My lovely wife, Pat " JOSEPH A. CARIDEO " Joe . . . ' Creeko ' . . . avid movie fan . . . " Let ' s go to New York " . . . swivel hips dancer! . . . terriffic at ping pong . . . forthright and frank . . . " to the Elms! " ... the math tutorer . . . extensive Tsop ' vocabulary MICHAEL CARIELLO 3(ike ' ... " I hate to tell you, but you ' re wrong! " . . . wife Jeannie . . . conscien- tious and friendly ... a real coffee drink er . . . ready smile . . . social studies en- thusiast . . . two weeks in Rorida CLIFTON CARLSON Tau Cliff " . . . English club veep Sigma Delta and Kappa Pi . . . trip to Nova Scotia ... a little shy; sincere,- loyal . . . dependable . . . usually in the library . . . high ideals . . . worthy of re- spect JOHANNA CATALFAMO lo . . . Thcta Chi Ro . . . " I ' ve got a joke for you. Marge! " . . The Diiiy Dozcti . . . loves to paint . . . Eddie . . . very witty . . . sincere love of beauty . . . jazi concerts and pizza . . . " I ' m calling up Eddie " SYL l- CERVENY Trr . opera workshop prexv . , . hus- band Carl . . . " If I only last " . . . Katisha in the Mikado . . . tremendous sense of humor ... a hard worker . . . college choir veep . . . " my daughter and grand- children! " I J GERSON CHANOWITZ ' Qary ' . . . Thucydian Society ' s veep . . . intense interest in the welfare of others . . . interested in writing and debating . . . good student . . . trip to Montreal . . . Gamma Theta Upsilon veep ELAINE CHARLINS ' %ia Charlins ' . . . " Oh-h-h, where ' s my roomie? " . . . generous to the n ' th degree . . . industrious and capable . . . always smiling . . . that cfazy laugh ... a real sweetie . . . Math Qub prexy LEONARD CHILL ' ChiW . . . optimistic views on life . . . the personality kid . . . Tau Sigma Delta . . . poker games in the lounge . . . tre- mendous ability . . . " Okay, Babe " . . . Thucydian prexy . . . high personal val- Page 58 JUDITH CHRISTIANO " Judy ' . . . shutter bug . . . beautiful ward- robe . . . friendliness personified . . . full of fun and loquacity . . . mid-winter tan . . . always neat . . . Notre Dame rooter . . . avid Avon fan ... a souvenir for every occasion ANTHONY CICALESE ' Chick ' . . . piercing brown eyes . . . flag pole painter . . . " Hello, big boys! " . . . the lady killer . . . Agora forever . . . does his best thinking asleep; does a lot of thinking ... my friend Ski . . . those tall tales FRANCIS A. CICCONE ' Jran . . . Palphac girl . . . loves to do things on a dare . , . pretty, long hair . . . George . . . smartly dressed . . . " Hey, gang, who ' s going to the shore? " . . . Hula girl . . . Home Ec. advocate . . . youngest of the crowd RICHARD CLARKE " Dick ' . . . Aldomia and English Qub prexy . . . avid, avid Shakespeare fan . . . Ernie and Harry . . . " Anyone for a game of bridge? " . . . determined to succeed . . . those tirades against the ' moderns ' . . . always busy RUSSELL C. CLARKE Russ . . . professional magician . . . usu- ally in the Pub Office ... a perfea con- versationalist; sophist . . . stockholder at the Elms . . . loves dixieland . . . widely travelled ... a smoothie at heart . . . Agora JULIA CLINE lu if ' . . . I ' rcddic ' s golf and tennis part- ner . . . temperamental, hut cute and feminine . . . tiny waist and full skirts . . . waiting for June ' 58 wedding . . . teaches water skiing . . . active in all sports ROSALIE CONTRINO Ro ' . . . loves unusual places . . . mid- winter tans . . . Bombay or bust ! . . . avid Ella and Satchmo fan ... the ' Village ' . . . " I disagree " . . . loves to discuss religion and politics . . . " You know it! " . . . " Vt ' hcrc ' s Tcna? " JEAN COSCHIGNANO " jeannie ' . . . vivacious and always well dressed . . . expert talker ... " I didn ' t do my Latin yet! " . . . fun to be with . . . active in campus organizations ... re- member the Penny Drive? . . . delight- fully gullible ... a dorm-type commuter " • |iC5 f. . ■ m 1 ■ 1 :, DONALD E. COVERT ' Don ' . . . that beautiful convertible . . . nightclub organist . . . Phi Lambda Pi . . . spent many hours playing for the Dorm Shows . . . " Like Wow, man! " . . . tall and soft-spoken . . . summers at Asbury . . . personality plus . . . very well liked V ANN COYLE Annie ' . . . Kru girl . . . " My Fred " . . . beautiful voice . . . Russette . . . seen with Myra and Marie . . . December wedding . . . the sholarship kid . . . positive and wholesome views on life . . . Sigma Delta Pi Page 60 GLORIETTE CURTIS ' Qlor ' . . . enthusiastic worker . . . efficient . . . very attractive . . tain of cheerleaders . . . . . Bermuda bom . ... a Phi Gam gem fashionable clothes . Frank . . . co-cap- . " Where ' s Chris? " . Badge 15041 . . . popular . . . . . Sigma ' s prexy CAROLE D ' ANGELO ' %ar-ol-ee ' . . . petite and charming . . . an animal menagerie . . . Delta Theta Psi prexy ... " I finished Ken ' s socks " ... a real worker . . . Business Ed. trip to ' Wash- ington . . . pretty blouses . . . dorm girl . . . " too much " EUGENE E. DAVIS. JR. Ed . . . Mary ' s and Sharon ' s boy . . . busy I. A. major . . . Vets ' Qub . . . family man . . . coffee packer . . . hails from Jersey City . . . industrious ADRIENNE De C CCO A ' ... a mite of dynamite . . . " TTie Gang " . . . one of the De Parry sisters . . . Kru forever . . . Agora socks . . . those shortie pj ' s . . . Dalphac Hula girl . . . meticulous dresser . . . " Hey, Do-olll ! " . . . cinco puerquitos . . . flashing green eyes DOROTHY DEISINGER Dotfie ' . . . " Oh, Joe! " ... Eta Sigma Phi . . . record collector . . . June wedding, ' 58 . . . that summer at Camp Lighthouse . . . prompt with her common sense . . . scholarship recipient . . . warm hearted . . . Jane VINCENT DELAND T ' ince ' or ' !Mounates ' . . . 7) ' . . . " one in a million " . . . Marie and the kids . . . Joyce and little Vincc . . . golf enthusiast . . . Crunchers . . . Vets ' Gub sec ' y . . . 48 hours a week at King ' s . ambitious H 1 MARYANN DELANEY Viiryaim a twinkle in her Irish eyes . . . " Goodnight, ladies " . . . Mu Sigma proxy . . . dorm girl . . . Nancy . . . How- ard Johnson ' s favorite waitress . . . patient . . . likes to knit . . . dreams of her future with Bud FRANCES DeLUKE ' Jran ' . . . " Good Heavens! " . . . respon- sibility plus ... " I have to see Mr. Con- rad about that. " . . . music fan . . . payroll clerk . . . Kappa Delta Pi . . . delightful interpretations of literature ... a reward- ing person to know DOMINICA De PASQUALE Dee ' . . . sparkling and bubbling little songbird . . . Phil . . . " Hi, kidlick " . . . dynamic personality . . . " You ' ve got a lot of Qass, you know. " . . . Delia . . . red and black at all times . . . gorgeous eyes . . . terrific dancer . . . the original spur of the moment girl DONALD DEWLOW Don ' . . . beautiful voice for ballads . . . handsome . . . chivalrous and charming . . . tremendous at ping-pong . . . waiter and musician . . . guitar player . . . sensi- tivity . . . well dressed Page 62 FRED Di MUCCIO ' 7red ' . . . family man . . . Angela . . . baby Lorraine . . . Korean vet . . . friendly . . . teasing-type humor . . , Epsilon Pi Tau veep . . . Kappa Delta Pi . . . busy man . . . teaches at Pingry School . . . I. A. in- terests BART Di PAOLA " Bart . . . Agora veep . . . " You better believe it. " . . . Joann . . . summer camp circuit . . . always ready for a laugh . . . North Haledon Champions ' coach . . . The Thirty Club . . . football co-captain . . . popular in the Business Dept. GABRIELA DMITZAK ' Qay ' ... an amiable conversationalist . . . collects leaves . . . loves to sit on the grass in the sun . . . " Oh, those Catskills! " . . . Christian ethics . . . nature lover . . . interested in drama . . . well travelled LENA DOLASCO Lee ' . . . cha cha queen . . . Madame President ... the Kleenix Kid . . . echo- ing laughter ... the commuters ' dilemma . . . please lov er your voice . . . those lawyers! ... a leader . . . Norma and Emilie MARIE DOLCEMASCOLO Do ce ' . . . always busy . . . Sigma girl . . . one of the three musketeers . . . those cakes! . . . songster . . . gungho MSTC rooter ... La Campana photog . . . the crazy Math major . . . collegiate ... the blue beetle . . . Myra and Anne ROBERT J DOLL Boh ... a genuine thinker . capable and efficient at his many activities , . . good S.C.A. worker . . . neat, quiet, con- servative . . . well liked . . . never a de- rogatory word . . strong character . . . will succeed fit ;■■ ' ' DALE M. DOUGLASS Tiiiv . . the only farmer ' s daughter who can " t milk a cow . . . " Now that isn ' t necessary! " . poised and conscientious . . . Chapin sleeper . . . rare, but funny sarcasm . . . Our Kim Novak . . . likes to knit ... a Pi girl ' 9H II BARBARA ANNE DOWNS " Barb ' . . . December ' 57 wedding . . . dependable . . . boating enthusiast . . . Don . . . Florida . . . Bermuda ... " I don ' t know " . . . shoe salesgirl . . . youth group advisor . . . that cute little car JOANNE DUNN " DooUe ' . . . Virgil ... Pi girl . . . sym- pathetic and graceful . . . math tutor . . . neat, well dressed, and gentle . . . ladylike . . . Plushie, Dale and Danice . . . loves her ' Latin ' JAMES DWYER " ]im ' . . . sleeps with his eyes open . . . activities ad infinitum . . . Who ' s Who man . . . " It doesn ' t show me much " . . . possesses the confidence and admiration of his classmates . . . administrative abil- ity .. . shows great promise for the future ( 1 LOUIS ECKHARDT Lou ' . . . veteran . . . soft spoken and quiet . . . good worker . . . I. A. Guild . . . ambitious and intelligent . . . nice looking ... a good friend . . . Fred, Tony . . . family man MARY LOUISE EGERT yVfary Cou ' . . . Montclair ' s one-half of the Morristown twins . . . " We sold Liz- zie " . . . Jim . . . efficient . . . PB and J sandwiches . . . Lafayette weekends . . . shell jewelry . . . the flutist . . . Little Con- cert Band . . . Ocean Grove defender Page 64 NANCY ELTING ' Perky ' . . . " Gang " . . . Kni ' s " For whom " girl . . . platoon leader . . . Sigma . . . " It ' s really neat " . . . jangling bracelets . . . diligent Dorm Show director . . . ' Peanuts ' and ' Mr. MaGoo ' fan . . . versatile Perk . . . good actress GEORGE RONALD EVERETT Ron ' . . . A P . . . Boosters . . . tireless worker . . . Camp Drum . . . Marge . . . snack bar sitter . . . sincere and honest . . . Asbury Park . . . N. J. Militar ' Acad- emy . . . sticktoitiveness MARIE A. FABRIZIO ' 7ahr z . . . " Mary lane? " . . . " Go on; you ' re kidding " . . . puppeteer . . . the foursome . . . Sigma Phi Mu . . , pep and vigor plus determinism . . . admissions office . . . singing fan . . . Rorida, 1958 CHARLES FALCETANO ' 7uzz ' . . . hi-fi enthusiast . . . Agora . . . loves winter sports and football . . . known for his nonchalant and carefree manner . . . " Yeah! " . . . proficient at the harp . . . likes classical music VIRGINIA FALIST ' Ciinriv Rock ' ... to Wildwood again . . . Mike . . . " Tell me vou didn ' t do that " . . the niardi-gras . . . radiant . . . chair- man of the art carnival . . . likes to weave and to feetl hei puppi-ls II CORINE FENNELL THime ' or Cor ' ... " I beg your pardon " . . . snack bar stockholder . . . one of the Merry Cat Cutters . . . Canada ' 57 . . . photog . . . The Gang . . . party gal . . . the merry chauffeur . . . Delta Theta Psi sec ' y . . . Phenol MARY ANN FERRIGNO " M.A . . . " Who cares? " . . . short hair cuts . . . loungite . . . weekends at Point Pleasant . . . fond of pinochle and bowling . . . " Got a joke, gang. " . . . happy-go- lucky . . . office worker . . , the Washing- ton trip HAROLD J. FIELDS " Harry ' . . . shutterbug ... an all-right guy . . . always helpful . . . quiet . . . first class girl -watcher . . , very interested in science . . . considerate . . . those labs Page 66 BURTON FINKELSTEIN " Burf . . . Mr. Go-Getter . . . travelling salesman . . . " Don ' t get excited " . . . book collector . . . Newark Library job . . . Thucydian society . . . ping-pong . . . " What ' s your trouble? " . . . that in- good-condition car! JOAN FOLCKE " ]oan . . . proficient at sewing ... a popu- lar deb . . . attractive eyes . . . lithe and athletic . . . artistic . . . talented at paint- ing . . . smooth voice . . . pixie hair cuts M ii m CHRISTINE B. FOWLER Chris . . . sparkling eyes . . . pony tail ... Ned ... 191 .. . " Hi, gang " . . Cloriette ' s other half . . . " Rags to Riches ' . . . always eating . . . Sigma girl . . loungite . . . Arnold Constable . . . mim icker . . . gay . . . acrobat . . . peppy cheer leader . . . Phi Gam MARGARET I. FOWLER n(iir() . . . Shirt-niakcr doll . . . " I ' m so upset " . . . piano awards . . . Scotch plaids and the ' 88 ' . . . Dizzy Dozen . . . geom- etry expert . . . dry humor . . . babysitter . . . " my nerves " . . . expressive eyes - t RICHARD D. FRANK ■RicJ ' ic ' . . . artistic members of I.. . De- partment . . . adept at leather carving . . . social director at the " Y " . . . Wilma . . . " Where ' s Reb? " . . . Senate man ... a good eye for industrial design 1 BETTY FRANKLE BcHf or frauklibctty ' ... " I am utterly and coniplclcly " . . . haunted by a three- letter name . , . RF " niul PK . . . " I want to teach Core " . . . idealism vs. realism . . . generous, popular, and always ' late for a meeting ' . . , " Contribute to the menial " RICHARD FRFY Ricl ' ic ' ... a true gentleman . . . intent and serious, but always the touch of humor . . weekends at the shore . , records . . . Carol . . . Tau Sigma Delta . . . Val ' s . . . wnrn)th and sincorifv HONORA FRIEDMAN " Honey ' . . . joie de vivre . . . " It ' s ghasth ' " . . . Paris and London . . . ice-skating . . . 57th St. galleries . . . " We can ' t control Time, my dear " . . . the Village ... art awards . . . AV at the Commimitv Center HANS O. FRIGO ' foney Biifl, ; ' . . . Volkswagen . . . " Only he who dares may win " . . . Senate . . . businesslike and efficient . . . the great outdoors . . . calm, cool, intelligent . . . basketball manager . . . former European resident KENNETH GANDELL " Ken . . . Rec Room fan . . . level-headed . . . smooth orations . . . counsellor . . . table tennis . . . bowling enthusiast . . . always obliging . . . American Lit . . . Kent and the gang . . . Army-Navy sales- man Page 68 CAROL KATON GANEK Tiiro iihr . . . " Cagey Katon " . . . Belmar . . . " Hello, Cliebic " . . . the Dizzy Dozen . . . September wedding . . . poise . . . petite . . . Marv . . . Sigma Eta Sigma . . . letter writer ... " I don ' t want to say anything, but " DONALD GAVIN Don . . . loves to tinker with electrica contraptions, loves bull sessions and help ing others ... die hard Yankee fan . . an e.x -Marine . . . Tung-Sol . . . ' Gadg eteer ' . . . ' Don the electron, negative ' . . Lee, Don, and Robbin . . . Kappa Delta Pi . . . Epsilon Pi Tau HARFORD A. GIBBS yiarvey . . . Tribe . . . Senate . . . great interest in athletics . . . well liked . . . camp counsellor . . . optimist . . . Pat . . . 30 Club . . . lower center fan . . . cute crew cut DIANE GIBELLO I)i(inf ' . . . charming and poised . . . salesgirl . . . argyles . . . June wedding . . . Mike . . . stuffed animals . . . Tues- day afternoons in the snack bar . . . beau- tiful brown hair . . . theater-goer , , . generous JERRY GIBLIN Cjih ' . . . baseball expert . . . " WTiere ' s Savin? " . . . photog ' s assistant . . . from Shakespeare to Ellery Queen . . . Anglo- phile . . . casual . . . 700 Crosby disks . . . Pete and Norman . . . haunts the library . . . " The simple things in life " I EMILIE J. GIERING f.m . . . " My chewy " ... Joe . . " I ' ll show ya " . . . loungite . . . bubbling per- sonality . . . 1959 wedding . . . the Hobo ken kid . . . Colgate-Palmolive Co. . , . " How nervous! " . . . argyles . . . " Hey, girlfriend! " PHYLLIS H GIERING T hv . . Rohwrc scc ' y . . . Ronnie . . . music appreciation . . . cute and cheerful . . . pep pills . . . organized . . . I lobokcn honey . . . Phi ' s Girl of the Ntonth . . that ledge above lower center . . , the Farlv Show i, r CAROL A. GIEZENDANNER Gi ' . . . " Googles " . . . N.E.A. film star . . . one of the De Parry sisters . . . Kru . . . pretty as a picture . . . the gang . . . " My roomie " . . . trips to the diner . . . " Have to call the fam " ... " a thing of beauty is a joy forever " . . . sincere friend BARBARA WARREN GIRION Boh ' y ' . . . inseparable friend, Judy . . . " But I like long hair " . . . advocate of the ' no study " method . . . Heywood . . . Thanksgiving wedding . . . Parkway Pa- trol ' . . . Dalphac . . . cute, coy and con- genial WILLIAM GOLD mr . . . ' Billy Willy ' . . . " live and let live " . . . dependable . . . Keating Founda- tion Scholarship . . . portraits in oil . . . " This too shall pass away " . . . Bill, Rita and the gang . . . College Supply Store . . . 33 ! ■? album collection ( " J0 DONALD GRAESSLE " Don . . . " It ' s intuitive " . . . lanet pro-football enthusiast . . . janitor . conscientious . . . science fiction fan Apheston prexy . . . actuarial clerk vet . . . honest about his beliefs KENNETH GRIECO Xe?? . . . two summers in Korea . . . sports . . . sincere and quiet . . . tutor . . . Rose- marie . . . " My buddy " . . . Vets Qub . . . painter . . . direct and forthright . . . ' The Greek ' Page 70 DAVID H. GRIFFITHS " Dave . . . " Gotta get to Nvork " . . . organ- ist .. . assayer . . . R.C.A. scholarship . . . honeymoon ' 57 . . . never worries . . . quiet and reliable . . . chem labs . . . Newark Library . . . Wapalanne ' 57 SELMA GRUENBERG Sehua ' ... " I like it- I like it! " ... art gallery ... 3 mos. in Europe . . . always ready to experiment . . . cashmere sweat- ers .. . exhibits: Newark, Montclair, Paterson . . . " Kay Thompson " , . . sense of direction CHRISTL M. GRUENDIG Chris ' . . . wait: fiend . . . " Ya know? " . . . buttermilk addict . . . waitress . . . Spanish record collection . . . Kappa Delta Pi . . . delightful accent . . . fun-loving . . . cafe - -- (cr JO HN GUARDIANO IQ. . . . " Let ' s lounge it " . . . Father John . . . Piano Goofcrs Qub . . . ' X len I was in the Marine Band " . . . yogurt and wheat germ . . . Plato and me . . . telegraph operator . . . sentimental muscle man . . lovely wife . . . tenor . . . punc- tual . . . Fiido . . . witty reflections LEONA GUTTMAN ' Cee ' . . . cute pixie haircuts . . . . . . " Don ' t worry about it! " . Glib . . . Epsilon Mu Epsilon and petite . . . June wedding . Brrnie French . prcttv . " Let ' s go out for limch " bara, Ellen Ginny, Joan. Bar- RUTH HAAS " Riithie ' . . . Dalphac . . . part-time dorm student . . . those cryptic remarks . . . social studies enthusiast . . . Stewart ' s sec ' y . . . Rohwec . . . Joan . . . pixie haircut . . . good student . . . hard worker for Plavers LENORE GREENFIELD HALPER ' Ceiu ' . . . " Who needs it? " . . . keen sense of humor . . . outdoor entTiusiast . . . beau- tiful eyes . . . Irv . . . " He ' s such a doll " . . . " You must read this book " ... a flair for the dramatic . . . " Let ' s discuss psy- chiatry " . . . June wedding - m 1 ALBERT HEIN ' M ' . . . collects Broadway hit records . . . the Ivy League look . , . good worker . . . " Let ' s go to Two Guys " . . . summer jan- itor . . . Sigma Phi Mu . . . sympathetic . . . wonderful sense of humor Page 72 ROBERT W. HELLER ' Qod ' i ' . . . ' Mover " . . . Kappa Delta Pi . . . one of M.S.T.C ' s well known person- alities . . . professional convention goer . . . vet . . . Who ' s Who . . . Senate prexy . . . antique repairman ... an interesting guv GERALDINE HENNEBERRY ' Qerry ' . . . West Point weekends . . . usually found in the cafe . . . loves to eat . . . baking is a hobby . . . bubbling per- sonality . . . religious . . . blushes easily . . . Girl Scout leader . . . Folsom fan . . . Roh ' ec . . . Clio ELLEN RUTH HENNIG FUcti . . . likt " ; to drive . . . tutors German . . . " Not necessarily ' " . . . travelled in Canada and Germany . . . hospitable . modest . . . the Guillotine Salute . . . pood dancer . . . hopes to go to Japan . . . " You mitjht he right " JACQUELINE HILA liicfeic ' . . . the kerchief kid . . . loves sports cars, dancing and tennis . . . lady detective ... a moody gal . . . friendly and understanding . . . English Club . . . easy to like DAVID HORDYKE ' Diii ' c ' . . . tall, talkative, handsome, con- fident . . . Bond ' s ... Pat ... Phi Lambda Pi . . . Who ' s Who . . . schemer . . . good friend to his many friends . . . Charlie and the Rons . . . expert on oriental affairs . . . that famous 60-mission jacket! SHIRLEY HUNTER Shirl . . . Mrs. Webb of ' Our Town ' . . . proficient actress . , . " i.augh; I thought I ' d die! " . . . theater hostess . . . Sigma Alpha Eta . . . Players ... a crammer . . . her three H ' s: dancing, dramatics and dating JOSEPHINE lACONO lo ' . . . Always laughing and telling jokes . . . happy as a lark . . . Stokes hiker . . . " Let ' s eat " . . . loafers and bobbysox . . . Commuters ' Review star . . . collects coins . . . Camp Hope for retarded children . . . referee . . . good student " red high- heeled sncaken; " , JANICE JABLIN " jan . . . poised . . . gracious . . . pleasant smile . . . enjoys bowling and dancing . . . officer of Pi Omega Pi . . . the two Annes . . . authority on furniture ... a helping hand to all . . . sewing and knitting GEORGE W. JACKSON, JR. Qeorge ' . . . mad music major . . . very personable ... his Gert . . . Memorial Music Award . . . Herm, John, Mike and Stan . . . orchestra and choir . . . plays a mean trumpet . . . music tutor ALDONA C. JACKUBOSKY lackw ' . . . quiet . . . likeable . . . transfer from Newark State . . . weekend trips to Fort Dix . . . Roy . . . athletics . . . girls ' basketball team . . . church activities . . . Math Club . . . camping trips . . . " You ' re too much " GREGORY JANES ' Qrecl ' . . . witty . . . plays guitar for hours . . . Naval Reserves . . . Dennis and George . . . interested in science . . . cab driver . . . sharp dresser . . . Sigma Eta Sigma . . Wapalanne . . . " Hell ' s Bells " LYNN RUTH JANICKER Becky ' . . . tall and stately . . . speech . . . Sigma Alpha Eta . . . subtle witticisms . . . Kappa Delta Pi . . . " Too much " . . . camp- ing in Maine , . . usually in l.A. Dep ' t . . . ambitious . . . Bob . . . mischievous . . . efficient . . . " sneaky one " Page 74 ROBERT JANICKER Hoh ' . . . quick, entertaining sense of humor ... red hair and green eyes . . . devilish tricks . . . I.ynn . . . Vets ' Qub . . . ardent sportsman . . . I. A. Guild . . . rifle instructor in Maine . . . " Too much for the heart " MARLENE JAORSKY Mai . . . lends a helping hand . . . Theta Chi Rho . . . assistant magician ' s helper . . . trouble in physiology class . . . ner ' ous ' new ' driver . . . Wapalanne ' 56 . . . Science Lab . . . Sigma Eta Sigma . . . loves to dance DONALD R. JONES Don . . . reser ' ed veteran . . . midnight to dawn study period . . . man of a few words . . . former M.P. . . . likes German food, semi-classical music, and dis sec- tions . . . " Soy " . . . two Dons . . . indis- pensable camera and slide rule . . . " When I was in Heidelberg " MURIEL ESTELLE JONES . fi(ri(l . . . tran-ifcr from Trenton State . . . lovely pearl rings . . intelligent . a practical idealist . . . studying in the library . lunc wedding . . . Dean ' s List . wants to be a good teacher RICHARD T JONES Ricl. always smiling enjoys sports . . . Thirty Oub . ideals plus valid arguments self-confidence . . . summers in Mass. . . . " Arc you serious? " . . . strives to improve . . . " That burns me " n •s - - X. N MARGUERITE M. JUDGE ' farcje ' . . . fond of black clothes . . . Veronica Lake-type locks . . Players . . . Citizenship . . . witty . . " Painless poison, anyone? " . . solves problems while others worry . . . " Bad, bad, very bad . . . " THOMAS JUDGE Join . . . loves to tinker with cars . . . wife Peggy . . . children Sheila and Lisa . . . accounting ... an individualist . . . " Let ' s go for coffee " . . . experience at many interesting jobs . . . cab driver . . . nice guy V BEATRICE M. KAYSER Bea ' . . . petite, polite . . . talkative dreamer . . . likes people . . . conscientious . . . always prompt . . . enjoys music . . . the ledge above lower center . . . Girl Scout Leader . . . " Let ' s face it. " Page 76 THEODORE KENT Ted ' . . . quiet . . . part-time automobile mechanic . . . Carolyn ... St. Vincent ' s . . . old lounge habituee . . . " What a day! " . . . Little League Baseball . . . proficient at many extracurricular activ- ities ANNABEL KERCHNER Independent, capable, dependable ... al- ways ready for a laugh . . . work in the Language Office . . . H.F.W. . . . Le Cercle Francais . . . adept embroiderer . . . " Can ' t! Have to finish my math " (I DAVID H. KIESERMAN Dave ... a worldly fellow with n flair for humor . . . found in the Pub. Office makinji funnies . . . " When I was a fresh- man at Ithaca " . . . N. Y. City trips . . . obsessed by dramatics . . . Ivy League look FRANK C. KLAUS Cliff ' or Santa ' . . . comical expressions . . . good sport . . . likes woodworking, construction, tennis, and swimming . . . " X ' hat ' s news? " . . . I.A, Guild . . . " Who don ' t? " . . . fun to he with ALAN KLEIN Al or X iiiev ' . . . " Lots of luck " . . . recipient of dance awards . . . always ready to help ... his cars are the noisiest . . . very understanding ... his Ruthie ... the drug store . . . Sigma Eta Sigma ff i FREDA J KLEIN Trevdy ' . . . cooperative . . . the Dizzy Dozen . . . unusual earrings . . . " Turn blue " . . . energetic . . . O ' Dowds . . . sewing and knitting . . always in the ' new ' building . . full of life I Inmc Ec. Qub . . . friendly PATRICIA .1 kllEM PiiC . . . " be flexible " . . . dixieland and ballet fan I ' K and BF . . a frustrated writer , goals: to get her M.A then publish her poetry . . the glory that was Greece . . . " To each his own " . . lim . . . " There arc night people and dav people " . . . Dean ' s List ROBERT KLOTZ Bo! ' ' . . . quiet determination . . . hard worker . . . promise of success . . . wife Patricia . . . son Bobby . . . likes reading, Softball and skin-diving . . . veteran . . . Air Force , . . likeable ELIZABETH KNAKIEWICZ £iz . . . transfer from Syracuse U . . . talented seamstress . . . unusual ceramic pieces . , . " The Ladies " . . . " When I was at summer school " . . , sensitive and sympathetic . . . Natasha hairdo a la Tolstoi . . . those gym classes jm y h I ARLINE KOSKO Ar . . . poised . . . congenial campus socialite . . . Who ' s Who . . . conferences with Dr. Clayton . , . work, work, work - - . " Don ' t sweat it " . . Citizenship his- torian . . . that laugh . . . bubbling . . . " How ' s about working on Tours, kids? " . . . well liked Pnge 78 MIRIAM KRAEMER ' Tdimi ' . . . loves music . . . speech enthu- siast . . . Aldornia . . . " I ' m going to N. Y. " ... a logical romanticist ... in- stinctive worldliness . . . quiet rebellion . . . unpredictable humor . . . T. S. Eliot disciple Bo ' ' . . lounge . ming . . Secaucus ish Club ROBERT KRAMER . hard worker . . . found in the . . bowling, dancing, and swim- . " That ' s terrific! " . . . defends elevator operator . . . Span- " Get me a cup of tea " . . . Tau Sigma Delta c ALEXANDER KRENICKI ' Prof or ' J . . . extrovert supreme who stands high in the opinions of his fellows . . . president of the ' Presidents ' Club ' . . . " Get on the ball " ... a philosopher . . . Agora . . . Kappa Delta Pi . . . the little giant who never sleeps . . . present at all important events ' H F. RICHARD KURNER Dicl? ' . . . sincere, quiet manner ... a Texan at heart . . . sense of humor . . . Tau Sigma Delta . . . Cowboy ... a Booster . . . " Where ' s George? " . . . snack bar sitter . . . loves the wide open spaces .. ANGELINA LAMPROS Xiti . . . Science gang . . . loves ori- ental music . . . fabulous wardrobe . . . G.O.Y.A. President . . . sincere friend . . . classic beauty ... " I haven ' t even studied yet! " . . . neat . . . sense of humor tl- 1 GAIL LANG Giiil . . . gracious . . . clear dark beauty . . . Dalphac ' s vccp . . . artful and talented . . . passion for introspection . . . " Ape — " . . . lithe and athletic . . . calmly over- comes you with her chnrni . . , loves con- troversy ELLEN M. LARCOM " Hon . . . frienillv laugh . . . patience personified . . . " Relax, .leannic! " . . Inter Nos " prcxv . . . enjoys the classics . . . collects miniature dogs . . . has a twin brother . . laissc: fairc . . . always a joke to offer PETER LARDIERI Pete ' . , . nctive in hasebal! and basketball . . . EpsiJon Mu Epsilon sec ' y . . . many off-canipu ' activities . . . " Gozinta " . . . veteran . . . stamp collector . . . Rec. Room fan . . . likes football . . . Charley, Dave, Jerry FRED VINCENT La ROCCA ' Tbe Rock ' . . . friend to everyone . . . natural quick wit . . . " What does he know? " . . . passion for all sports . . . " Mr. Wisdom " . . . prowling . . . the friendly philosopher . . . Mike and Jack . . . ready smile and hello GERARD La TORRACA Jen V . . , that French horn . - , music major . . . 1 ' ■)4 ' ' ' Chfv ' in A- 1 condition . . . deep thinker . . . fabulous pianist . . . neat dresser Rand . . . orchestra and choir , . . Opera Workshop PRUDENCE La TORRACA Pruciy . . . willing worker . . . blushe easily . . . Mary Ann, Judy, Nancy . . always neat , . . forever making puns . . loves to bowl . . . English Club sec ' y . . cood friend . . . " Let ' s no, kid. " BEVERLY LATRONICA Tiei ' . . . " What should 1 do, kids? " . . . Sigma and Kru . . . beautiful red hair . . . cool, calm and confused . . . " Name That Tune " . . . our twirling captain . . . Sci- ence Honor Society . . . Stardust . . . Oh, those pine barrens . . . meticulous ap- pearance . . . " Gang " Pclge SO HARRY LAUER ILirry ... La Campana ' s Editor-in-Chief . . . the succinct solution to every problem . . . master of dead-pan humor . . . facade of psuedo-cynicism bursting into mirth . . . mad empathy for people . . . " When you are the anvil, bear; when you are the hammer, strike " . . . speech therapist JUNE CAROLE LAUGHLIN }iinie ' . . . vibrant personality . . . witty . . . Qiapin 213 .. . prominent dimples . . . exceptionally fine voice . . . clothes fan . . . Kru ' s veep . . . imitation of Percy Dovetonsils . . . " No song without a piano! " . . . tea-tottler PATRICIA LEASE Piitt . . . George . . . " Really? " ... ap- pealing sophistication . . . adopted science major . . . talents unlimited . . . artistic . . . snack bar waitress ... " I can ' t figure it out " . . . Delta girl . . . Chapin 3 1 2 gang NANCY JACORS LEITNER A ' liiKC . . . June bride . . friendly and optimistic . . . love . Spanish records . . . transfer from Moravian College . . . Kap- pa Delta I ' l . . . honeymoon in Canada . . . Bill . , . looks forward to teaching . . . Escoriaia fan STANLEY LEWANDOWSKI . liin ' . . . interesting personality . . . coffee and cigarette connoisseur . . . good conversationalist . . . John, I lerinan, John . . . sensitive musician . . . dry sense of humor . . . snx and clarinet pupils , . . logical and ethical ARLYNE KATCHER LIEBESKIND Jr ' . . . cute and conscientious . . . June bride . . . Bradley Beach commuter . . . Kal . . . Nevele ... " I got so upset! " . . . white and gold fumiture with modem touches ... a sensitive, slender charmer WILLIAM LIESS WnUe lef . . . . . . fast wit . . cutter at A P helping hand . . . . ambitious Kathv always in the A-V Center Tau man . . . chief cheese . . " Don ' t you see? " . . . . . Ray, Walt, Al, Carl . . warm personality . . . ODILLA POLI LINDSTROM OdiUa ' . . . imaginative . . . generous . . . loyal . . . Arnold . . . New Hampshire honeymoon . . . naturalized in 1957 . . . lovely accent . . . " Wliat am I going to do? " . . . dependable . . . ladylike . . . meticulous appearance Page 82 MARIA GRACE LISOCKY n on . . . big expressive blue eyes . . . Sal . . . intent listener . . . composed and philosophical, but you ng at heart . . . ap- preciates the literary arts . . . understand- ing . . . sometimes gullible, to the delight of her manv friends HERMAN M. LOEB " Henii . . . the mystery man of music . . . Edna ' s puzzle . . . versatility plus . . . very fine musician . . . " Swingtime! " . . . Joy . . . Texas honeymoon . . . modernist . . • considerate and helpful . . . quiet . . ■ " Later " . . . subtle III CARMINE A. LOFFREDO Ciirmitic . . . deep thinker . . . quick witted . . . excellent artist . . . exhibited at the Metropohtan Museum of Art . . . well informed on many subjects . Rohwec prexy . . . stamp collector . . . well liked . . . prolific reader . . . good dancer , . . hi fi enthusiast JOHN MACCHIONE lohi ... Phi Lambda Pi prexy ... en- thusiastic and versatile . . . " See you at the refreshment booth " . . . Boosters . . . physical science . . . Marge . . . vet . . . " Scratch my back " . . . very active on campus . . . Who ' s Who CYNTHIA H. MaclNTIRE Cynthia ' . . . Sigma girl . . . Russette . . . Mr. Schmidt ' s Girl Friday . . . independ- ence and integrity . . . enviable soft blonde hair . . . " Gang " . . . starch and stripes . . . Conrad fan . . . " Wake up, Perky! " . . . " It ' s really neat! " . . . four exciting years . . . along came Bill «£i£i- ANTHONY J. MALAKAS Stcisb . . . " Forge ahead! " . . sharp wit . . . crazy light blue jacket . . . Rcgina . . . victim of Al ' s haircuts . . . Navy man . . . Agorian . . . " Oh, fine! " . . . Al, Donnic, Art . . ' I ' m very busy! " . . . I. A. craftsman DENNIS 1A 1CHUR DcMiiv . . . Happy go lucky . . . alwa ' s laughing . . . tallest man on the court . . . George and Greg . . . Phi Lambda Pi . . . never on time . . . the menace . . loves hillbilly music , . the rocket ship . . . popular JOAN MARKOWSKY " Joame ' . . . Dick . . . Sigma girl ... the Dizzy Dozen . . . June wedding . . . sweet and dependable . . . that long engagement . . . vivacious . . . lively, lovely twirler . . . " Are you kidding? " . . . gourmet . . . loves to spring surprises . . . adores sewing VIRGINIA MAROOTIAN ' Qinny ' . . . " You noticed it, huh? " . . definite ideas on indefinite subjects . . crew neck sweaters and knee socks . . yen for excitement . . . wide-eyed dream er . . . imaginative . . . Dalphac ... In quiring Reporter . . . slow motion personi fied . . . Pub Office stockholder , . always calm VIRGILIO MARROCCHINO ' Tueje ' . . . sincere . . . speaks Italian flu- ently . . . enjoys laughter and life . . . very well liked . . . always happy ... his ' Doolie ' . . . Tau man . . . the ' Gypsy Count ' . . . Latin Honor Society , . . warmhearted and genuine Page 84 RAYMOND MARTY " Ray ' . . . Tarn ' s Irish songs . . . " Hmmmm! " . . . Irish temper . . " Jose " . . . Flower of the B.E. Department . . . goal to type 75 words per minute . . . Belmar . . . Surf Club . . . spark in any class . . . Varsity ' s fascination pool HENRY MATELSON Tlank ' . . . lower center habitude . . . " I ' m going on a trip " . . . avid Giant fan . . . New Hampshire job . . . fond of football, basketball and track . . . Carole, Dave ... a policeman I MARILYN J. MAYKOVICH Tfflr . . . alwnys in ,i ru h . . . excitable . " You wearing hcds ' ' " Jay . . . blonde streak . . . scn ' Jc of humor . . . confused . weakness for redheads . . . good natured . . . " You ' re right " . . . well travelled BARBARA ANN MAZZA Barb ' . . . knits gorgeous argyles . . . per- sonality personified . . . neat . . . week- ends at Johns Hopkins . . . Math enthusi- ast .. . willing listener . . . " Do you know what I mean? " . . . weakness for shoes and clothes . . . sweet ROGER MAZZELLA ■Ro(i real comedian . . . sharp wit . . . amusing expressions . . . proficient at baseball . . . terrific pianist . . . " Cosgrove " ... the ' guys ' . . . " Let ' s talk about Mar- tians " . . . Dot . . . athletic . . . problem solver EDWIN McCABE £d . . . " Now, people " . . . music build- ing stockholder . . . congenial . . . terrific socializer . . . excellent organization man . , . Choir President . . . unselfish . . . " Angelo Baziocci " . . . ' No, seriously ' . . . busy man PAUL McCABE nJiic ' . . . sociable . . independent . . . always in the know , . . smiling Irish eyes ... " ... from ihc word Go " ... " I am majoring in monkey business " . . . casv going . . . O.R. fan Phi Lambda Pi . the Phvs. Ed. office JOHN J. McHUGH Jack ' . . . " Hocko " . . . Partner . . . love of all sports . . . Annamae . . . two lovely children . . . Smiling Irishman . . . coffee drinker . . . prowling . . . quiet, hut always friendly . . . witty . . . happy-go-lucky JEWEL MclVERS leii ' e ' . . . subtle insight into situations . . . pleasant procrastination followed by chaotic cramming . . . shampoo rituals . . . afternoon naps . . . compliment catch- ing clothes . . . " I ' ll have to dwell on that " . . . Dalphac ... Phi Gam . . . perennial war with the " snorts " BARBARA CLAIRE McSHERRY C iinc . . . " My junior " . . . pretty, petite and pony-tail . . . Kru . . . sweet . . . sincere . . . bubbling personality . . . " Hi kids " . . . true friend . . . " our engage- ment " . . . expressive eyes . . . Sigma girl Page .S6 Vcie ' PETER MEEKER . ' Fran ' December wedding . . . easy going . . . even tempered . . . football hero . . . crew cut . . . tremendous personality ... the healthy American boy look . . . " Gr-reat! " . . . Seaside Park life guard ELENA MENNELLA ■£ eini ' . . . flair for unusual clothes and hairdos . . . coffee fiend ... " I read an article once " . . . cosmopolitan . . . " the actress " . . . temperamental . . . " When I was in Italy " . . . eloquent speaker . . . collects Italian records I PASQUALE MIANO I ' lit ... " I almost trisected that angle! " . . . " Let ' s have a splash party " . . . " There must be an easier way " ... a log- ical thinker . . . easy-going . . . math major . . . " Right? " . . . " Where ' s Tom? " RALPH MIANO Ttlooiz . . . persistence . . . reliable . . . Senator . . . George and Vince . . . sense of humor . . . Montclair ' s Sam Snead . . . diligent worker . . . " Summation of the I R drops " . . . Science enthusiast . . . ready wit HELENE MOKRAY ■ Jinv ' . . . The Dizzy Dozen . . . designs her clothes . . . very artistic . . . generous . . . ambitious . . . " Oh, 1 made a dress last night " . . . glamorous French hairdos . . . " Ask Helene; she can do everything ' " ARLENE MOLNAR Ar . . . neat and fresh looking . . . sincere friend . . . |oc . . . Math Office . , . com- pletely unselfish . . . considerate . . . avid fan of " Rock and Roll " . . . " It all works out for the best " " Crazy " ANGELA MONTI ■£iiiii . . . understanding . . . sincere . trustworthy . . quiet ... 3 mos. tour of Italy . . soft sweet voice . . . has insight info the futtirc . , . " I have a feeling that " . . . speedy par excellence! . . . loves chil dren loves to travel 7f MARGARET M. MOORE Mduh- . . . " Hi, doll " . , John . . . friendly . . . Boosters ' Backbone . . . will- ing to help . . . can make anyone feel at home . . . loves bowling . . . excellent organizer . . . school spirit galore . . . vibrant personality EILEEN MORAN Etletii ' . . . laughing blue eyes . . . very definite convictions . . . Kerry . . . social lion at M.S.T.C. . . . logical arguments . . . Pixie . . . coke for breakfast . . . her only vice : Viceroy ' s . . . lower center luminary . . . vast circle of ' esoteric ' friends . . - veni, vidi, vici . . . well liked HELEN MURPHY Hfli ' ii . . . proud of her Irish background . . . easy-going . . . always telling jokes . . . good conversationalist . . . " Oh, 1 need a ride " . . . black coffee and cigarette . . . sincere . . . enjoyable company Page SS ERNEST V. MUSMANNO 7jiiu- . . . Rosalind, Rosalind . . . mag- netic personality . . . spontaneous grin . . . masculine appeal . . . waiting for Roz . . . " It ' s official now! " . , . Phi Lambda Pi . . . Who ' s Who . . . the will to succeed . . . March 23 GEORGE MYERS Qi ' oiife ' . . . scientific research . . . dili- gent in all endeavors . . . Patt . . . engaged man . . Ralph and Vince . . . sincere and quiet . . . Seabright , . . Navy man . . . " Lots of luck " ... oh, those labs I NORMA NAPOLIELLO A ' ( rMi 01 ]iiiiil . . . " Listen " . . . Duke ' s delight . . . warm and tender . . . witty . . . sociable . . . burns out radiators . . . rrecman ' s Folly . . . Lee . . . fashionplate (after hours!) . . . Theta ' s captain . . . Wapallane RUTH M. NEIGHBORS mUi ' ... Rip Van Winkle . . . " Speaking of radios " . . . willing lender . . . fluto- phone enthusiast . . . itemized lists . . . " How do you spell " . . . hurt-puppy ex- pressions that never fail . . . Chapin 213, with the ' Boobies ' . . . giggles on low C . . . boardwalk excursions JOAN NICKARIO loiimV ... a friend to be valued . . . enipathic listener . . . December wedding . . . Walter ... 14 HFW ' s . . . unassum- ing . . . keen perceptions . . . Oh, those SGA books are due again ... sea food dinners . . . Aldornia W THERESA NOORPENROS TtTi V . . quiet . . . dry humor . . . lover of progressive ja:: . . . meticulous . . . enthusiastic companion . . . always busv . . . " ' [ " his time it ' s realiv It " . . . the two Pi ' s one of the ' Boobies ' . . . long stemmed beaiitv JONCF NORPEN li ' vif . . . loves classical music . . . record collection . , . nn accomplished cook . . . Wapallane inmate . . cvcles with Ameri- can Youth 1 lostels . . Kappa Delta Pi . . . " Won ' t it explode? " . . . teaches .it the Newark Muscimi ... a big sister to many ARDEN SVENSON NORTHROP Ardeii ' . . . quiet, dignified manner . . . August ' 57 wedding . . . makes her own clothes . . . Hi-fi ... to be found in N. Y. . . . Chignon and knee socks . . . artistic . . . Liz, Ginny, Nan . . . jewelry enamel- ing .. . Dave . . . " It ' s a turquoise world " ARLENE R. OBERNESSER Obie ' . . . one of the ' Boobies ' . . . " Ya know? " . . . " When ' s the next beach party? " . . . hour-long animated stories . . . hops like a gazelle . . . those summers at Ocean Grave . . . lively and loquacious . . . lovable . . . talented impersonations PATRICIA O ' BOYLE J !( . . . the Dizzy Dozen . . . proficient at sewing, knitting, art . . . has had un- usual jobs at a brewery, iron mine and arsenal! . . . loves daisies , . . those blue eyes . . . crazy about milk glass and any- thing Early American . . . Home Ec . . . La Campana . . . Carl Page 90 LEONA COHEN O ' DESKY lie . , . Shelly . . . Leni . . . " Let ' s leave " . . . clothes, clothes . . . domesti- cated ... " I need that for teaching " . . . writes in hieroglyphics . . . sophisticated . . . witty . . . likes to write . , . neat note- hook . . . " Who cares? " JOHN ORT ' lohu ' . . . casual manner . . . debonair . . . " Hello " . . . Carmine and A! . . . polished, professional appearance . . . firm in his beliefs . . . Tau Sigma Delta . . . party enthusiast . . . life-guard at the Cabana Club . . . good-looking RAYMOND OSBORNE Riiy or Tib. Sun . . . not as quiet as he may appear . . . extremely likeable . . . £;reat ability in TV and other visual aids . " You bet your sweet life " . . . Bill, Al, Jerry . . . dependable . . . crazy about hi-fi . . . ' Ozzie ' SALVATORE PALEOLOGO SaY . . . likes leather crafts, singing, ice skating and chess . . . " G.U. " . . . Maria . . . Navy man ... an understanding heart . . . positive thinker . . . gifted in many fields ... Ted 3 illiams fan . . . an all- round guy PATRICIA J. PALUCH P.l or Pill . . . Sigma girl . . . one of the unholy editors . . . boundless energy . . . wide-eyed innocence . . . blonde pony tail . . . ever the dreamer . . . myriad activities . . . Roz . . . conscientious . . . good dancer . . . intelligence + beauty + personality PAIRICIA PANNONE J ' liC . . . industrious . . . those famous cupcakes . . . likes swimming . . . Mar and I ' epp . . . " Mnim! " and " TchI " . . . likes to be in the library . happy-go-lucky . . . weekends in I ' a. willing to help . , . L ' nglish Club anil Players ROSALIND PARLAPIANO Roz . . . lovely voice . . . one of the un- holy editors . . . Thursday deadlines . . . Who ' s Who . . Ernie . . . March engage- ment . copy and coffee . . . " So to speak " . . full of idealism . . . hard worker . , . alert and eager . . . P. J. . Sigma . . . found in the Pub. Office beautiful hair will succeed CAROL ANN PATTEN ( t ' lit ' iiil . . , Honor Board Chairman . . . Aldornia . . . Val, Miir, Nancy, Jackie . . , an Irish twinkle in those eyes . . . " Folsoni forever " . . . many activities . . . Sherwin ' s sidekick . . . concerned with everyone ' s welfare . . . sentimental . . . homework rationalizer . . . snack bar sitter WILLIAM T. PATZOLD " Bill . . . " Let ' s go to France and teach English " . . . shy, but always helpful . . . interests from Wagnerian opera to horror movies . . . ambitious . . . National Guard . . . " Tiens " . . . French Club . . . always sympathetic . . . the ' H.F.W. ' NATHALIE M. PEPPINGHAUS T ' cfifi . . . likes square dancing and mod- ern dance . . usually in the gym or snack bar . . . fond of tennis and swimming . . . playground director . . . weekends at Stokes ... the " Look " . . . lively and gay at all times . . . refreshing personality . . . " Talk to me " Pa e 92 ALBINA PERNA Al . . . quiet, softspoken and thoughtful , . . occasionally impulsive . . . library frequenter . . . Michael . . . artistically creative . . . ballroom dancer . , . " Seri- ously " . . . " Don ' t worry " . . . sweet and sentimental ROSEMARIE PERRI Ko ' . . . " The Gang " . . . the human pitch- pipe . . . one of the DeParry Sisters . . . " I ' m so upset " . . . sincerity . . ■ " Them there eyes " . . . Sigma and Kru . . . vivac- ity and versatility . . . songwriter . . . likes crossword puzzles . . . matching outfits ... a charmer I LOUIS PESSOLANO Lou . . . magnetic personality . . . very creative artistically . . . perceptive of the ridiculous . . . mature and subtle ... in- sights . . . family man . . . Lou, Jr. . . . loves vivid colors . . . Jo . . . Senate . . . Hi-fi and opera fan . . . Quarterly . . . the Ivy League look LOUISE PETERMANN £ou . . . mathematical whiz . . . generous and helpful . . . responsible leader . . . good sportsmanship qualities . . . Math Club prexy . . . " Whaat? " . . . Kappa Delta Pi . . . Apheston ... a healthful glow . . . athletic CHARLES PETERPAUL A family man . . . that laugh . . . objec- tive comments . . . brief but to the point . . . " We need a new marking system in this school " . . . good character . . . honest and dependable (. JOAN H PETERSEN loiinic . . Lta Sigma I ' hi and Sigma Phi Mu . . . bubbling laugh . . . cooperative ... " I was so aggravated " . . . true friend Florida, 19 8 . . . polite and consid eratc . beauty and brains . . many activities . . sense of humor GEORGE PETINE iin-fk . . good at interior decorating, dancing and art . . . an horticulturist . . . Penny . . . " Arc you going to hang it or wear it? " . . . interesting conversation on Creek folk lore . . . " The Creeks had it first " . . has almost two daughters mu ? GEORGE PETRELLO ' Qewiral Toiiriuir . . . accounting whiz . . . sense of humor . . . outspoken . . . does C.P.A. work ... Phi Lambda Pi . . . offi- cer of EME and POP . . . well informed on many subjects . . . his forte is hard work . . . efficient PATRICIA P. PICKEN Jncid . . . one of the Dizzy Dozen . . . happy and vivacious . . . " Is that what you ' re trying to say? " . . . Belmar . . . " What do you want, a purple jelly bean? " . . . Sigma and Phi Gam girl , . . loves to talk . . . well liked W ' 7 MARY ANN PIRO ndiry Juu . . . always neatly dressed . . . ladylike and personable . . . " Well, you know what I mean " . . . Aldornia . . . Sigma Alpha Eta . . . talented at the piano and oil painting . . . friendly Page 94 ALICE PLUSHANSKI Phi.sliit ■ . . . " That ' s fierce " . . . summer- school fan . . . dorm girl . . , Dale, Torre, Ragno, Dee . . . full of ' flustrations ' . . . fashionable wardrobe . . . petite but loud! . . Pi . . . rose-colored glasses . , . jazz enthusiast ANNETTE L. POLISENO JiiHfflt. ' . . . dignified . . . attractive . . . spontaneous smile . . . excellent eques- trienne . . . optimistic and affectionate . . . photography model . . . weekends at Lakewood . . . modern dance faddist . . . poise . . . sober outlook on life . . . under- standing SYDELL PORT Sydi ' li . . . likes tennis, skiing, bowling and golf . . . transfer from University of Vermont ... an unusual voice . . . lovely complexion . . . pretty, poised and pony- tailed . . . New York night-life . . . Fon- tainebleau Fan . . . sophisticated MARY ANN QUILES 3 iiry Jtm . . . " What ' s new? " . . . Mary Lou, Jean, Eleanor . . . commuter . . . business major . . . Tommy . . . Penn- sylvania weekends . . . always willing to stir up a little mischief . . . good listener . . . " Aw, come on " SANDRA RAGNO Siiiiify . ■ . Dalphac prexy ... " I do things in sixes " . . . quips . . . speech kiddies . . . Murray . . . extensive vocab- ulary ... in the dorm with the ' Boobies ' . . . domestic talents . . . parachute skirts . . . the haircut . . . Aldornia veep WILLIAM REARDON. JR. Ml . . . president of senior class . . . sincere, helpful, enthusiastic . . . " Oh, well, that ' s life " . . . has a good word for everyone . . . part-time pharmacy clerk . . . hard worker . . intelligent . . . i ib. Offir. ' vv.ll liked . . . Who ' s Who JEAN EMIl REH 1 li ' iiMif ' . . . good organist . . . " I ' m hun- gry " . . . tall, willowy Monde ... Pi girl ... to Germany in ' 8 . . , proud owner of new car . . . the switchboard . . . As- bury Park habituee . . that Bus. Ed. trip to Washington n I CHARLES REITZ Chuck . . . ' Charlie ' . . . terrific, exu- berant personality . . . popularity plus . , . Finland scholarship in ' 57 . . . lovable ... a wonderful guy . . . Korean vet . . . silver star, bronze star and purple heart . . Phi Lambda Pi prexy . . . " Let ' s grouch " . . . Ron and Larry FRANK RICA Jriiiil; . . . mature outlook on life . . . diversity of interests . . . LA. Guild prexy . . . loves those " large projects " . . . Kappa Delta Pi , . . letters in 3 college sports . . . goes bow and arrow hunting . . . Fred and Sam . . . wife Sue and son Ricky ANGELINA RICCHIUTI Ricl- ' v , . . " You ' re a riot " . . . sensitive, affectionate and unselfish . . . loves to cook ... to thine own self be true . . . a dreamer , . . artistic . . . idealistic . . . " Yes, hon " . . . modest . . . H.F. ' W Charlotte CHARLES RICHTER Hick ' 01 Chiuhc ... no caption upon request . . . except " Why? " CARL RICKERSHAUSER ' .Ricl; . . . " my wife " . . . audio-visual center . . . likes model boats, planes and sports . . . dry wit . . . much ambition . . . charter member of Tau Sigma Delta . . . Williamsburg, Va. ... " a V.W. ' s more economical " . . . youthful look Pn e 96 MARYJO RIZZOLO " }o . . . pianist . . Are you serious? " . . . Bob ... to be found everywhere on campus . . . sophistication . . . Dalphac drh . . . delicate features . . . definite plans for the future: Mrs. ... a metropol- itan Miss . . . lovely speaking voice AURORA RONCO Rone . . . accordionist . . . modern danc- ing . . . sports enthusiast . . . always op- timistic . . . Bruce . . . W.A.A. . . . eyes with a pixie |i!eam . . . wavy hair . . . luiquenchable exuberance . . . " You should see it; it ' s beautiful! " ROBERT ROSA Keil or " Bob ' . . . carefree and easy- going . . . Agorian ... a story for every occasion . . . that Irish temper . . . jazz enthusiast . . . epitome of wit . . . out- spoken . . . part-time bartender . . . suave ... an individualist . . . ladies man THOMAS ROSAMILIA Roue . . . " No, seriously ' . . . Pat . . . math building or cafe . . . dental assistant , . . winning personality and keen wit always the right comment at the right time . . . Camp Drum boy . I ' aii Sigma Delta Sigma Phi Mu . dependable WERNER GEORGE ROSE Mfc ' Uli . . . outstanding niemhiT of the music dep ' t . Orchestras anil M.E.N.C. ' s prexy . . . pleasant and help fill . . . warm smile . . . recipient of Crif flth Young Artist ' honors . . . Kapp Delta Pi . piano, viola, and violin refreshing humor . dynamic personality PATRICIA ANN ROWLAND Piilh . , . knitting expert . . . loves to play piano . . . beautiful voice . . . June, Billie, Jean one of the ' Boobies ' ... " I think 111 take a little nap " . . . Delta Omicron Pi veep . . . pretty red-brown hair . . . avid card player . . . French enthusiast DELLA SALERNO Del . . loves to sing and to swim . . . fond of poetry . . . big, dreamy eyes . . . " MY Al " . . . lette rs to her Georgetown idol . . . discusses until she proves her point . . . mellow voice . . . often mistaken as shy . . . " Seen my roommate? " ( GERALD SAVIN TfdiPty . . . quiet, but well known . . . baseball addict . . . " Unbelievable! " loves to tell jokes in class . . . part-time typist . . . Washington trip . . . Newark " Y " . . . athletic Page ' )S ARTHUR MICHAEL SCAVONE Alt ' or JrbuMf . . . co-captain of foot- ball team . . . prexy of SO club . . . Sue . , . loyal Agorian . . . I. A. building fre- quenter . . . prospect for a good speech major . . . very well liked . . . big, brown eyes . . . brains as well as brawn DEBRA SIMON SCHAFFER Dehl ' Y ' . . . Lew . . . Bermuda honey- moon ' 57 . . . sparkling eyes . . . very friendly and helpful . . . lovely com- plexion . . . warm sophistication . . . " That ' s ridiculous " . . . soft voice II u LOIS SCHANTZ £oi5 . . . adroit conversationalist . . . affinity for becoming involved in amus- inp situations . . . modern dancing in the Village . . . Avon summers . . . potential artist at the Cape . . . gourmet . . . smooth hlfinde . . . Silver Lake hostessing . . . Phi Cam ARTHUR SCHEMPP Jrt . . . " Let ' s eat out today " . . . usually found in Life Hall . . . easy-going . . . part-time job at Pepsi-Cola . . . Rob, Tony . . . fond of sports . . . LA. Guild ... a flair for the mechanical arts DELORES E. SCHIMMEL Dec ... a cheerleader . . . one of the ' Boobies ' ... the Swan dance . . . fond of sewing . . . her Watts . . . cute, perky and lively . . . full of life . . . Kru . . . Dalphac . . . " Ah, isn ' t that sweet? " . . . rather loquacious ... a giggler with the pixie look CONRAD JOSEPtl SCHMII I ( oriMie . . . one of the Dirzy Do:cn . . . Mary, Carol, Dick . . . dance instructor , . . ability to converse in many languages . . skiing . . . continental good looks . . . Spanish Club . . . summer in Europe . . . quick wit .ibilitv tn i;ct along with people DAMP SCHWARTZ ) ii ' c . . ' AVhcro ya goin? " . . big man on campus . . . Newark commuter r;lms . . . (oikI of sports, especially basketball . . . tax expert . . . Epsilon Mu Epsilon . . frequent trips to Gifton . . . .ithlitK fund. naturcd MYRA SCHWIMMER My ' . . . tnlentfd dancer . . . Dorm Show star . . . MSTC ' s Liz Taylor and Ava Gardner . . . " Idea " gal for Sigma . . . always happy . . . Russette . . . Campus Queen ' 57 . . . artistically talented . , . " Let ' s hack around " . . . Marie and Anne . . . ' Who ' s Who . . . likes mountain- climbing Ski . . . three summers in Venezuela, West Indies and Alaska ' . . . Navy silver star . . . loves boating, swimming and skin diving ... a gentleman at all times . . . neat dresser . . . subtle but hilarious humor . . . Tony, Joe, Al, Art . . . one of the Cold Dust twins 0k ANDREW SERRINO Andy . . . " grandfather " . . . long-dis- tance commuter . . . " My kids " . . . busi- ness major . . . always an understanding grin . . . retired . . . " No, I ' m not a mem- ber of the faculty — yet! " Page 100 . EMILY M. SHARKEY Sariw ' 01 Eui . . . full of fun . . . Dean ' s List . . . dancing, fishing and reading . . . an optimist, except for Monday mornings . . . Canada . . . Millie ... a doodler . . . fond of field trips ... " I didn ' t do it! " . . . hates being serious THOMAS J. SHEEHAN Tom . . . " Is Dumont the place where they make the T. ' V. sets? " . . . nccoimting woes . . . Tribe . . . Agora . . . basketball manager ... a business associate of the Damon Runyon variety JUDITH SHEVELIN liiJy ... ' I studied less than you " . . . the inseparable Barbara . . . " Let ' s play bridge " . . . visions of Europe . . . lovely wardrobe . . . vivacious . . . fashionable fingertips . . . music by Duchin . . . " If " . . . pretty hair ANGELA SIGNORE Angie . . . pretty and svk ' eet . . . under- standing . . . " Cry on my shoulder " . . . snappy dresser . . . " Wonder where I left that book? " . . . likes to sew . . . French and Math Qubs . . . loves good music and books . . . always a kind word JOAN SINISCAL lortiue ' . . . " Oh I that Krauss exam! " . . . light brown hair and hazel eyes . . . often in the music building . . . fond of painting and swimming . . . sincere and helpful . . . quiet . . . unobstrusive ambi- tion . . . never gives up ESTHER SMITH f.sstc . . . summers at the shore ... the outdoor look . . . disarming frankness . . . cheerleaders ' cocaptain . , . sweaters and sneakers . . . Sigma and Phi Gam ... a ' glowing ' look . . . Dance Club ' s prexy . . . John . . . sparkling eyes . , . interludes of laughter ALBERT SOLOMON Al ... collects pipes . Tau Sigma Delta ' s founder and first prexy . . . Joyce . . . John, Carmine . . . A.V. Office . . . always prcpareil with a new joke . . . chocolate flavored pipe tobacco . . . " Who, me? " . . , assistant camp director harmonica man . . rifle and tennis fan JOHN SOUSA John . . . tenor sax player . . . has played with an orchestra . . . wife Barbara . . . wiHing and gracious spirit . . . optimistic . . . " Forging ahead " . . . has done much school service for MSTC JOHN J. SPEARY Big ' John ' . . . four years on our baseball and football teams . . . Vets ' Club . . . Tribe . . . very likeable . . . frosh prexy . . . Agora . . . coaches in Nevvark . . . leadership qualities . . . lower center fan . . . Newman Club . . . sturdy athlete GUNA SPECHTS ' Quna . . . knitting expert . . . makes beautiful sweaters ... a flair for language . . . " Hi there! " . . . France and Germany in ' 57 . . .a poised and charming lady . . . hard worker . . . clever . . . thoughtful . . . sense of humor Page 100 JULES NICHOLAS STANISCI JuUc ' . . . hi-fi fan . . . baritone . . . " ■Where are my cousins? " . . . Joe, Nick . . . Business trip to Washington . . . pleasant personality and smile . . . very sociable . . . Agora . . . playground job . . . snack bar sitter . . . charter member of the ' Cousins ' ADREA STUHLBACH A ' . . . transfer student from Boston Uni- versity . . . interested in politics . . . loves sports, tennis and golf . . . philos- ophy enthusiast, particularly Schopen- hauer . . . interested in the theater and her record collections . . . hopes to get her Ma. in an ivy league school. jt-Syik a « ' - J I JOAN SULLIVAN loiitiie . . . ambitious student . . . enthu- siastic . . . many activities . . . Kru . . . Who ' s Who . . . dorm girl . . . beautiful hair , . . Montclair ' s Marilyn Monroe . . . proficient actress . . . Moffatt ' s sec ' y JOHN N. TARANTINO " ].7. or Qunga Dm ' . . . amiable and imperturbable . . . sensitive musician . . . good philosopher . . . uses a Man ' s hair tonic . . . yearns to play jazz . . . Choir veep . . . one of the founders of P.G.A. . . . piano . . . the ' Gold Shovel ' award! SAMUEL TARRANT SiVti . . . quiet and softspoken . . . inter- esting job in Convention Hall, Asbury Park . . . family man . . . l.A. Guild . . . proficient at Indian handicrafts ... vet ... his lovely ' princess ' ... a real nice guy . . . Josephine and Kenneth BARBARA ANN TAYLOR Barb ' . . . pleasant, reliable and a good sport . . . hard worker . , . Kpsilon Mii Epsilon . . . dorm dweller . . . good dancer . . . loves to knit . . . track team entlui- siast . . . " Queen of the Monmouth County Cotillion " RICHARD IXNLOR Rick . . tormerly known as Mancuso . . . talented at cartooning . . . loves to play a ja:z flute . . . would be a free lance artist . . . two weeks in Mexico on $1 0 . . . treasurer of Science honor society . . the collegiate look i t ' . J9f THOMAS TAYLOR ' Tom ' . . . mild mannered and well-liked . . . good sport . . . commuter . . . O.R. habituee . . . Cookie . . . Kappa Delta Pi . , . the Elms ... Pi Omega Pi and Epsilon Mil Epsilon . . . " Hummm " . . . likes the Jersey shore PATRICK A. TOMASULO ' PdC . . . plays trumpet well . . . Agora man . . . quiet and softspoken . . . subtle humor . . . band participant . . . ' real cool ' musician . . . cross-country and track enthusiast . . . summers at the shore JEAN TORRE leciiiim ' ' . . . Kappa Delta Pi sec ' y . . . Dalphac, Pi, and many other activities . . . one of the original ' Bobbies ' . . . " big job " . . . attractive eyes . . . rarely wor- ries . . . distinguished gait . . . mots d ' esprit ... " I have no cuts left! " Page 104 NANCY TORSIELLO " Nance ' . . . fond of the literary arts . . . Aldornia, English Club and Quarterly . . . geography enthusiast . . . quiet de- meanor . . . conscientious student . . . trustworthy . . . gives soimd advice . . . loves that library alcove CHARLOTTE TRINCHIERI ' Tr ' mcVx . . . Guillotine salut! . . . French tutor . . . ' How does it look like? " . . . loves the color red ... a good hostess and entertainer . . . fond of popular music, gardening, cooking and painting . . . Modern Dance DANICE JEAN TRINDELL T)anny . . . crossword puzzle fiend . . . loves to knit and to giggle . . . library assistant ... a wonderful wife (ask Roger!) and a good friend . . . sympa- thetic and understanding . . , attractive ... sometimes stubborn . . . wants to decorate her own home ROGER THOMAS TRINDELL " Rodge ' . . . ambitious with high ideals . . . Kappa Delta Pi . . . active in many organizations and in school politics . . . leadership qualities . . . Senate man . . . junior class president . . . high scholastic standing plus a full-time job MARJORIE RUTH TRITSCH " Margw ' ... my little Margie . . . small of stature, large of heart . . . terrific cha- cha dancer . . . vivacious personality . . . June wedding . . . lover of the creative arts . . . fond of painting . . . ' Sol ' . . . Pi girl KAIHRYN VANDERBACH Xit . one of tlir Dizzy Dozen . . . tall and stalely . , . mature manners that dc mand respect . . . studious . , . winning smile , . . independent ways . . . poised and versatile . . . leadership qualities . . . Kappa Drlta Pi ' ffi niRagrmenf BRUCE H. VANPERHOOF Uruii- loves to collect hooks . , sports eniliiisiast . . . " Great Scoff! " . . . lovelv wife Lvnn . , usually found in the library . . councillor for Billv Cra ham . . even tempered . . . deep thinker . . . religious OLGA VAPNAR OUie ' . . . one of the unholy editors . . . classical music in a sports car . . . coffee and coffee with copy . . . sincerity with sophistication ... " ... And what have you " . . . Quarterly and La Campana . . . 3 year editorships on Montclarion . . . practical romanticist . . . platonic friend- ships JAMES VASSELLI " ]im ' . . . master mimic of faculty . . . " Wish I were a cow " . . . witty . . . dixie- land fan . a hi-fi set sitter . . Guard . . two Dons . . Sigma Eta Sigma . . . has . . " Soy " . . . competent baby- sergeant and cook for Nat ' l commuter . . . always with the ANNE MARIE VINESKI ' Anne . . . Eddie ... a friendly and like- able person . . . Epsilon Mu Epsilon . . . loves knitting, sewing and cooking . . . Anne, Janice . . . I. A. Office . . . respon- sible . . . summer wedding after gradua- tion . . . July 19 Pnoe 106 WALTER R. VOIGTLANDER ICiiir or li ' alh . . . " Ah, so! " ... the Jolly Dutchman . . . laughs in a deep bass tone . . . conscientious . . . A.V. Office . . . Tau Sigma Delta . . . Gamma Theta Upsilon . . . Audrey . . . dependable and friendly . . . Nat ' l Guard NANCY JANICE VORBACH A ' diKf . . . always neat and co-operative . . . would like to teach in elementary school . . . dorm girl . . . camp counselor . . . serious . . . Oh, that famous puppet . . . Aldornia . . . " Y " . . . fond of tennis, photography and hiking MARGARET WAMP ' Pe(j()v . . . math scholar . . . Joan, Marie, and me . . . scope of interests ranging from math to baseball . . . avid Giant fan . . . keen sense of humor . . . responsible and efficient ELEANOR A. WEIHERMILLER ElUe ' . . . Chatham commuter . . . " Oh, swell " . . . mischief behind those inno- cent eyes . . . Frank . . . special interest in Rutgers . . . Jean, Mary Ann, and Mary Lou . . . " Good grief! " ... off to Ger- many after graduation KAREN STONE WEISS Xiirt ' n ' . . . three yr. secretary for Sigma Alpha Eta . . . black and red fiend . . . library supporter . . . Mrs. degree in ' 57 . . . Oh, those wedding bells! . . . " What! — 7 teach speech lab today? " . . . interest- ing voice . . . acting ability JAMES WELLEN Jim . . . subtlety . . . philosophy in the vernacular . . . weekend musician . . . independent thinker . . . free lancc joiner . . . discriminating taste . . . principles not to be compromised . . . relaxed pnisc . . . casual and interesting at all tinu ' . GRACE BEATTY WHITEHEAD Qritcic . . . candy bar lunches . . . Oh, those socks . . . August " 57 wedding . . . Montclair ' s I commuter . . . Alfred, too . . . " How ' s that grab you? " , . . busi- ness department enthusiast ... to be found on the ledge above lower center rl imirt N,„p I % i EVERETT WILSON ' Rebe ' . . . baseball team member . . . ' Damn Yankees ' . . . future plans : mar- riage and Air Force . . . usually found in I. A. Shop . . . easygoing and friendly . . casual . . . unassuming JACQUELINE J. WITULSKI ' Jackie ' . . . professional poise ... ac- complished violinist . . . those practice sessions in the dorm! . . . very attractive . . . charming . . . " Time is of the es- sence " . . . trim drum majorette . . . weekends in Conn. . . . Brian LINDA WU IVu ' . . . " Do you really think so? " . . . Oh! this steno! . . . dorm girl . . . sym- pathetic listener . . . C.C.N. Y. activities . . . " Where is the gang? " . . . interest in up-state N. Y. . . . efficient secretary Page 1(38 ADRIENNE YARCHESKI J- . . upset! " Gang " time . to sing cation Kru . . . Sigma girl . . . " I ' m so . . . Mountain Greenery . . . " The . . . Russette . . . always a good . beautiful wardrobe . . . loves . . . dramatic ability . . . sophisti- ANNE R. YAVENER Anne ' . . . casual conversationalist . . . " Anyone have a piece of gum? " . . . " Oh, well " . . . those afternoons on the beach . . . the two Annes and Jan . . . athletically inclined . . . always smiling . . . knitting and bowling CHARLES L. YEAMANS Charlie . . . constant nnd conscientious worker . . . quiet, but friendly . . . dig that crazy green ' put-put ' ! . . . N. J. Stu- dent Education Ass ' n prexy . . . " What, another one of those mysterious notes? " ... at home in the Men ' s Dorm HAROLD YOUNG Tfii . . . doc ' s assistant . . . man in per- petual motion ... up to his ears in paint, yarn, plaster and clay . . . Mitzi . . . con- scientious student . . . artistic . . . terrific education potential NORMAN ZEINER V onn ' . . . quiet individualist ... a bit shy, but lots of fun . . . musically inclined . . . former music major . . . Krauss woes . . . habituee of the Men ' s Dorm HELENE LOUISE ZIEROLD ■Rot ' iiTiniilf . . . wild about hillbilly music . . . bowling ace . . . outspoken . . . witty . . . O ' Dowds . . . " There oughta be a law! " . . . avid knitter . . . Quarterly . . . unpredictable and mischievous . . . Fra- zcc ' s student sec ' y . . . procrastinates, then studies all night ROBERT J. ZITO Hi ' M ' v . . . profound truisms . . . Dean ' s List . . active in school politics . . . buddies — fellow Tliucvdians . . . realism . . . chessman . . , perseverance . . . ambi- tious . . L.S.U. for graduate work ROBERT ZSCHACK " Boh ' . . . conscientious and sincere . . . always ready to help a friend . . . Phi Lambda Pi . . . magician par excellence . . . never a dull moment . . . full of sur- prises . . . summer and cold weekends at Kiwago Page 110 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Vri ' siilciil Vice ' u-M St ' crt ' djrv till JCIIV U AHhON Mauyann Bond RoXY AkII IIAN Tti ' itsiini (. " lss Rf Xt ' M ' lll idi ' iv Daii Ddiu.iass Idas Sui i ivan Rom Ki 1 Im.i iiK ( .)ss . i-isrr lu IIami ION Pn c- 1 1 1 nineteen hundred " [ffty eight CLASS HISTORY The class of 1958 has had a grand and worthwhile his- tory. We can recall the freshman float that won first prize, the sophomore semi-formal, the junior dinner dance, even the numerous social activities of this, our senior year. These are the pleasant moments which will become even more pleasurable in our minds year after year. However, those events which were not as tangible or momentary ore the ones which will continue to grow and become more reward- ing in actuality. If Montclair has achieved her goal for us, and if the his- tory of our class has been directed by the very purpose of our school, then let us remember the precious times when Montclair instilled in us a little enthusiasm, or the times when she challenged our imaginations, or the times when we found ourselves able to crystallize our individual thoughts. For this is how we really spent four of the most dynamic years of our lives. There will always be nostalgia associated with our con- fused, exuberant and probing undergraduate days, with the campus itself and with its people — collectively and individ- ually. In the future, though, when we confidently set out upon some new and thought-provoking project without the involve- ments of a grade or last-minute cramming, our memories of Montclair v take on o new significance. For the benefit of ourselves and for the benefit of our stu- dents, we must remember the really important things. The real values of college will cause us to look forward, and only sometimes backward, to a composite of football games, fra- ternities and sororities, transient friendships or those special events, even though they were of utmost importance at the time. Let us continue from the enlightenment accrued at Mont- clair to strive for fulfillment both as individuals and as teach- ers; and then Montclair State, and the Class of 1958, can both justify pride in their history. Page 1 13 Jionor Societies = irsl Row: F. DeLuke, M. Kraemer, P. Paluch, R. Porlopiano, J. Witulski. S. V. Auer, P. KMem. Third Row; P. White, J. Doviet, B. Aldornia OFFICERS Presidenf Richard Clarke Vice President Sandra Ragno Secretary Dorothea Burns Treasurer Carol Patten Liaison Patricia Kliem Historian Valerie Auer Adviser Dr. Fukomer Honorary English organization . . . traditional Christmas party at Dr.. Fulcomer ' s . . . wassail, charades and good cheer ... for English majors only . . . the secret of Al- dornia ' s name ... at last, we have men! . . . $64,000 initiation questions . . . meetings every third Thursday in Russ . . . active participation by all members. nd Row: G. Mills, D. Bur Dmholl, B. Ruffing, H. Lo i. Ragno, D. Clarke, Dr N. Torsiello, N. Vorbo Aphesteon President Donald Graessle Vice President Joyce Braun Secretary Margaret Wamp Treasurer Pat Miano Adviser Dr. Meserve 3.5 average in Math . . . 3,000 word paper . . . interesting speakers . . . " Who ' s getting the refreshments? " . . . " Ask Dr. Meserve " . . . " You still owe dues from last semester " . . . Farewell dinner to Dr. Davis . . . Annual picnic and Christmas party with Sigma Phi Mu. Poge 116 J. Honley, D. Douglass, I. Johnso P. Miano. Third Ro ■r-r,nd R l-Jjchol: J. Dunn, P. W I. Graessle, Dr. Meserve, Mr. Clifford, n, H. Frigo, R. Macaluso, E. Friedlander, R. Pani: Sobel, Mr. Schun First Row: Dr. Eorl, W. Molsch, R. Breilinger, R. Senkowski, C. Kenlson, Dr. Fronkson. Second Row; D. Gavin. A. Scavone, R. Heller, F. DiMuccio, A. Moiokas, R. Doum. Epsilon Pi Tau President Robert G. Breitinger Vice President Robert Senkowsky Secretary Charles Kenison Treosurer William Malsch National Industrial Arts Honor Society . . . encourages technical skill . . . fosters and rewards research . . . pro- motes social effrciency . . . initiation banquet in May . . . strives to make industrial arts a part of general education. Eta Sigma Phi President Joan Petersen Vice President Gail Smith Recording Secretary Margaret Wamp Corresponding Secretary Patricia Kliem Treosurer Odilla Poli Lindstrom Sergeant-of-Arms Jack Cundari Liaison Patricia Kliem Adviser Dr. Carolyn Bock Candlelight initiation . . . seminars . . . guest speakers . . . meetings in Chapin . . . " Let ' s get our pins " . . . Christmas banquet with Inter Nos . . . Nuntius . . . " What local dues? " . . . Latin songs and plays . . . purple and gold " pledge ribbons " . . . new requisites for initiation . . . the classics a la Montcloir . . . dinner at Dr. Bock ' s. FirtI Row: J. Cundari, D. Daiiingar, Dr. Bock. Second Row: M. Womp. P. Kliem. O. Lindtlrom, G. Spechli. J Prie f p First Row: M. Keenan, A. Gionii, M. Delia Sola, A. Gibbs, R. Parlapiano, P. Paluch. Second Row; P. Kliem, J. Wilulski, head, J. Dwyer, J. Andrews, P. Angsler, D. Burns, J. Sullivon. Third Row; R. Zilo, C. Carlson, N. Leilner, K. Weis Janic ' ker, V. Bra ' ckel, M. Egert, J. Daviel, D. Kieserman, H. Louer, E. Musmonno. Fourth Row; G. Chonowitz, M. Vale la Salle ' , A. Krenicki, R. Hunt, D. Gavin, R. Leonord, R. Ugrovics. Fifth Row; R. Doll, R. Ruffing, D. Hordyke, R V. Auer, D. Graessle, Dr. Mon , E. Koehler, K. Vonderbach, itine, A. Scavone, L. Vonella, Olsen, W. Krosting, R. Helle Kappa Delta Pi President James Dwyer Vice President James Andrews Recording Secretary Jean Torre Corresponding Secretary Valerie Auer Treasurer Donald Graeselle Liaison Patricia Angster Adviser Dr. Morehead Honorary education society . . . junior and senior member- ship . . . must have a 3.0 to qualify for membership . . . provocative speakers on educational topics . . . initiation by candlelight. ANNUAL BANQUET FOR NEW MEMBERS Page 118 First Row: D. Eckordt, B. Shenkel, L. Guttman, R. Thompson. Second Row: R. Ullrich, J. Joblin, J. Rehm, M. Egerl, L. Dolosco, Dr. Von Derveer, G. Pelrello, J. Ackermon, E. Musmonno, A. Gionli. Third Row: A. Moldosky, N. Felle, G. Whiteheod, B. Bernosconi, R. Slegen, M. Cedzidio, C. Bollenski, E. Kohler T. Noordenbos, E. Giering, N. Ollina. Fourth Row: J. La Salle, A. Serrino, J. Culberlson, P. McLaughlin, B. Di Paolo, R. Palmo. Pi Omega Pi Roh wee Presideni Lena Dolasco Vice President George Petrello Recording Secretary Janice Joblin Corresponding Secretary Mary Lou Egert Treasurer Jean Rehm Liaison Ernest Musmonno Historian Joan Ackermon Adviser Dr. Von Derveer Beta Sigma Chapter- . . . notional honorary fraternity in business education . . . " committees, committees " . . . national conventions in Chicago . . . promotes scholarship, leadership, service and better relations betv een educators and businessmen . . . workshop . . . decals and keys . . . projects for national credits . . . blue, white and gold. President ... Carmine Lofreddo Vice President Gerson Chanowitz Recording Secretory Phyllis Giering Corresponding Secretary Jerry Henneberry Treasurer Jeon Coschignano tiistorian Robert Zito ' ■ ' oison Bob Ugrovics Adviser Dr. Moffotl To foster interest end research in the field of social studies . . . informal discussions . . . annual banquet and senior reception . . . candlelight initiation . . . secret of Rohwec ' s name . . . alumni newspaper. First Row: M. Ke J. Haas, J. Sullivan. Second Row: R. Zito, B. Ugrovics, P. Giering, Dr. MofJolt, C. Laffredo, G. Henneberry, G. Chono- will, J. Coschignano. Third Row: L Chill. C. Corlson, D. Hordyke, J. Dwyer, R. Del. I. Slianson, B. P s, H. Zierold, Mi ' Ice, K. Karabinos, C. Kauffman, M. Bock, t C. Jonechat, I. la jndonner, V. Auer, L. Campus, B. Getz, D. Sincoglla. Second Row: M. Delia Sola, M. Vale iss, R. Olsen, L. Vonello, Dr. Scholl. Third Row: N. Provenzono, R. Haas, S. Ragno, J. Te r, M. Slutsk, J. Pallante, D. Kunsevilch, M. Cerefice, R. Blanchelle. Sigma Alpha Eta President Marie Bock Vice President Larry Vanella Recording Secrefory Karen Weiss Corresponding Secretary Helene Zierold Treasurer Jim Andrews Liaison Ray Olsen Adviser Miss Kauffman National speech honor society . . . " one dollar if you don ' t bring a cake " . . . those executive meetings at Miss Kauffman ' s . . . speech surveys . . . " crazy-mixed up bul- letin board " . . . " Hov Now Brown Cow " . . . " How much money is there in the treasury? " Sigma Eta Sigma President Roy Gambino Vice President Gloria Khoury Corresponding Secretary... Mary Ellen Hickey Recording Secretary Betsy Hager Treasurer Al Kausch Liaison Rita Gesmond Science Honor Society . . . guest speakers . . . " Special " meetings . . . laboratory visits . . . " Oh, that picnic " . . . candlelight initiation . . . square dances . . . " Please hand me my cat. " First Row: A. Bellino, M. Byrne, C. Von Vooren, M. Italia, M. Moore, M. Jaorsky, B. Wolf, C. Zangoro. Second Row: J. Witulski, B. Latronica, N. Cant, R. Gesmond, M. Hickey, R. Ganbino, G. Khoury, I. Gawley, C. Fennell, I. Bartkowitz, A. Akillion, M. Bonczek. Third Row: B. Stevens, C. Parisi, B. Elevolorski, C. Lombardo, C. Gonek, H. Mokroy, A, Rasa, D. Cooper, C. Biglin, M. Olson, E. Post, B. Nichols, I. Johnson, M. Poynter, B. Perry. B. McWolters, R. Panis. Fourth Row: A. Molnor, F. Klein, A. Novarro, A. Ciccone, G. Rinaiki, D. Anderson, G. Mulhern, P. Portley, M. Majewski, P. Picken, D. Jones, G. Jonis, G. Alicknavitch, M, linder, 1 Woodman. Fifth Row: J. Vasselli, J. Mocchione, A, Klein, D. Mamchur. Mfi A U o a V. ROXY AKILLIAN JAMES ANDREWS PATRICIA ANGSTER MARY ANN BOND WHO ' S WHO t is well to pause In our climb upward and give credit to those who have achieved leadership among us. These seniors, so honored, have been chosen to rep- resent Montclair in WHO ' S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES and UNIVERSITIES. Students are elected by a campus nominating committee and are judged on their outstanding effort, extra-curricular activ- ities, services to the school, as well as their academic achievement. JOHN MACCHIONE RONALD McKEEN ERNEST MUSMANNO SANDRA RAGNO WILLIAM REARDON CHARLES REITZ Page 122 WERNER ROSE GLORIEHE CURTIS ROBERT DOLL JAMES DWYER CAROL GIEZENDANNER ARLENE KOSKO AL KRENICKI HARRY LAUER PATRICIA PALUCH ROSALIND PARLAPIANO CAROL PATTEN MYRA SCHWIMMER JOAN SULLIVAN ROGER TRINDELL CHARLES YEAMANS Poge 123 ctLVLties Student Government Association OFFICERS President Larry Vanella Vice Presidenf Al Krenicki Recording Secretary Arlene Gibbs Corresponding Secretary Grace Ann Welsh Treasurer Robert Ugrovics Assistant Treasurer William Stevenson " Do we have a quorum? " . . . The dog question . . . " Where ' s Charlie? " . . . Service to the students . . . " Ar- lene, read that motion " ... Dr. Huber and Miss Sherwin . . . Democracy in action . . . Spectacular Christmas Dance . . . " Why not pass Quarterly ' s budget " . . . " The students ought to know " . . . Long, long financial meetings. Larry Vanella, SGA President, Charles Reitz, former SGA President Page 126 Boosters Association President John Macchione Vice President William Hodge Secretary Elizabeth Sneddon Treasurer Margare Moore Liaison Arthur Mildner Adviser Mr. Cohen " Oh, don ' t let it rain " . . . homecoming parade of floats . . . refreshments at foot- ball and at basketball games . . . every- body works! Citizenship Committee Chairman Vincent Gorski Vice Chairman Mai Valentine Recording Secretary Jean Coschignano Treosurer Raymond Hunt Publicity Director William Krosting Liaison Fred Bednarek Historian Arline Kosko Advisers Miss Stewart Dr. Clayton Citizenship projects . . . those long meetings ... Dr. Clayton ' s guiding hand . . . annual trip to Washington . . . Blood Drives . . . Ugly Man Contest . . . Slave Auction . . . " We need volunteers! " . . . Weekly newspaper giving events of the week. tt UGLY MAN CONTEST SLAVE SALE Page 128 V r . sT k. m - Xi, f Liaison Committee Chairman Dave Hordyke Secretary Betty Frankle Adviser Miss Sherwin Parking, parking and more parking . . . link between S.G.A. and Organizations . . . " According to the Admin- istration " . . . That girl is here again . . . Carnival isn ' t coming. It ' s here ... all clubs represented . . . " At the lost S.G.A. meeting " . . . volunteers for Slave Sale . . . meetings after school. Bureau of Student Publications EdUors-ln-Chief Harry Lauer, Pat Paluch, Harold Stacy Advisers Dr. Krauss, Mr. Conrad, Mr. Pettegrove Handles the financial and equipment matters of oil publi- cations . . . " Don ' t we ever have meetings? " . . . rotating chairmanship . . . " But our deadline ' s today " . . . What we need are two more typewriters and a hot plate ... a shin- ing office which has yet to acquire tradition . , . collection of editors of the three publications . . . But we ordered the furniture in ' 56, why don ' t we have it yet? BUREAU OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS L. Conrad, J. Pettegrove, R. Krauss 41 Creative Writing Club President Jean Okulski Vice President John Perrault Secretary Patricia Kliem Liaison Fran Kushia Adviser Mr. Conrad Exchange of ideas by members on poetry, short stories, plays and essays . . . " Read it again, slowly " . . . " What- ever you do, don ' t change the last line " . . . the faithful ones. International Relations Club President Robert Zito Vice President Gerson Chanowitz Recording Secretary Pat Campbell Corresponding Secretary Marge Delia Sala Treosurer Pat Crosby Liaison ... Robert Ugrovics Adviser Mr. Cohen Interesting speakers . . . refreshments at meetings . . . Mr. Cohen ' s guiding hand . . . international problems spot- lighted. Page 130 Inter Varsity Christian Fellowship President ..Linda Alvord Vice President Frank Capasso Secretary Joyce Manna Missionary Secretary Louise Peterman Treasurer William Shotwell Liaison Nancy Cant Adviser Mr. Schumaker Protestant organization on campus . . . picnics at Garrett Mountain . . . monthly meetings in Bloomfield . . . Christmas devotional at Russ . . . Bible studies. Men ' s Dormitory Council David Hordyke, Chairman Robert Schwab Harry Lauer Ernest Musmanno Richard Goldberger Malcom Valentine Harry Lang Joseph Czarnecki Planning at a minimum . . . dances in the lounge . . . an- other term of office ... Phi Sigma Epsilon ' s frat house . . . " But Donny and Sue, we don ' t want to see the Mickey Mouse Club " . . . Mrs. Fersh, our den mother . . . The dorm ' s guardian angel, Nick . . . Japanese records and Hi-Fi sets . . . Our snowed in weekend . . . Memories of Genei Ure- hara . , . No more mud! ! ! Woman ' s Honor Board Members Chairman Carol Ann Patten Vice Chairman Elise Koehler Treasurers Connie Henderson, Valerie Auer Secrefory Lorefta Tarnow Senior Represenfofives Jacqueline Witulski, Linda Alvords Junior Representatives Marion Olson, Grace Kirsch Sophomore Representative Lois Kelb Choir President Edwin McCabe, Jr. Vice President Sylvia Cerveny Secretary Carol Jaugstetter Librarians James Murphy, Nelson Baker Conducfor Mr. Hayton " The Battle Hymn of the Republic " . . . clowning baritones ... I have fundamental pitch . . . " We ' ll hove to start rehearsal on time " . . . baccalaureate . . . graduation . . . benefit dinners . . . " Let ' s try that line once more " . . . free concerts. I " - lii ' I Band President John Guardiano Vice President Michael Pinter Secretary Mary Lou Egert Librarians Don Ferrara Al Vidovich Conductor Dr. Moore New uniforms . . . never B; . . . " Write 10 fortes over that note. " . . . step ladder chimes . . . begin 3 ' j bars before D . . . Russian trombones? . . . check our pitch again? , . . " Second Symphony " . . . annuo! concerts . . . " AMPARITO ROCO. " Little Concert Band Conductor Dr. Moore Condensed " big " band . . . " Suite in F for Band " . . . " I ' m playing minor scales today " . . . late rehearsals . . . count four to the bar . . . " Who has the oboe part? " Music Educators National Conference President Werner G. Rose Vice President Michael R. Pinter Secre ory-Treasurer. -Edwin H. McCabe, Jr. Corresponding Secrefary..Margaret E. White Advisen Mr. Zerbe, Mr. Kohn New campus organization . . . only music organization operated entirely by students . . . Memorial Day picnic . . . guest speakers . . . brass quintet . . . " So that ' s how you make a violin " . . . high school field trips . . . special concerts. Opera Workshop President Sylvia Cerveny Vice President Terry Fortman Secretary-Librarian Prudence Curtis Director Mr. Kahn Soloists and actors . . . Mikado . . . lunch hour rehearsals . . . " Take the marbles out of your mouth " . . . " Where is the music, Prudy? " . . . good diction necessary . . . " Need more rehearsal time. " . . . orchestral accompaniment . . . " Put on plenty of make- up. " Poge 134 c - _ Orchestra President Werner G. Rose Vice President Herman Loeb Secretary John Guardiano Librarians Loretto Tarnow, William Shotwell Publicity Edwin McCabe, Howard Buchanan Conductor Mr. Kahn " Oklahoma again? " ... so little rehearsal time . . . sound of a Prussian Idiot . . . Symphony No. 5 ' : ... " who ' s been playing the tymponi? " . . . Afternoon of a Yawn . . . Never Br . . . " Recital, . . . this afternoon? " . . . Dittersdorff . . . " Tournament of Temperaments. " Star of David President — Gerson Chanowitz Vice President Arlene Hyman Secretary ha Rudman Treasurer Rena Goldberg Historian Merle Gelman Liaison Arlene LeVine Adviser Dr. Earley Art display for school borrowed from New York Jewish Museum ... a cream cheese and bagel sale ... a Chanuk- koh party celebration: folk dancing, presents, end all . . . rising organization on the campus. Page 135 Montclarion Editors in chief. ..Patricia J. Paluch, Rosalind Parlapiano Managing Editor Olga Vapnar Technical Editor Bill Reardon Adviser Dr. Krauss " Deadline ' s today? " . . . editorial campaigns . . . " But someone must know how to write good English " . . . hard work, fun, laughter and a party ... Do we have a chape- rone for tonight? ... " P J, I still need a question " . . . Thursday night deadlines . . . Who has a car? . . . How are we going to get to the printers? . . . Last minute revision. Quarterly Editor in chief Harold Stacy Literary Editor John Perrault Art Editor Frank Capasso Business Editor Helene Zierold Adviser Mr. Conrad Literary magazine on campus . . . democratic editors . . . need for standards . . . " What did you think of this poem? I wrote it. " . . . terrific art staff . . . " Let ' s have a cup of coffee while we wait for the other members to show. " Modern Dance " Ballet, what Is that? " . . . freedom, unity and expression . . . functional costumes . . . long hair helps . . . " They ' ll get the general idea. Don ' t worry about their getting the details! " . . . stories in motion. Newman Club P ' !dent Vince Gorski Vice President Jof n Pietrowicz Recording Secretary Madeline Trovers Corresponding Secretary Meg Stein Treasurer Oi l, Veit Hisforian Barbara Doll ' ' ° ' ° " Barbara Doll Adviser Mr. William Dioguardi Catholic organization on campus which fosters religious, cultural, intellectual and social activities . . . outstanding guest speakers . . . everyone ' s welcome to attend the meetings . . . spring retreats . . . Day of Recollection . . . annual Christmas party. • . «tist Players President Dwight Boud Vice President Betty Frankle Recording Secretary Helene Zierold Corresponding Secretary Roxy Akillian Treasurer James Murphy Historian Mary Ann Bond Publicity Bill Krasting iiaison Betty Frankle Adviser Mr. Fox Montclair ' s dramatic association . . . " which witch? " . . . " Sure, it ' s okay to work on two crews " . . . papier-mache, grease paint and elbow grease . . . Mr. Fox ' s red jacket . . . big opportunities in the new auditorium. Thucydians President Leonard Chill Vice President James Gil day Recording Secretary Gerson Chanowitz Corresponding Secretary Robert Zito Treasurer Peter Wacker Historian Bill Reardon Liaison Robert Kramer Small but enthusiastic group devoted to their cause . . . spirited discussions on controversial subjects . . . Egypt, Israel, and the Suez ... a day at the farm with E. B. Fincher . . . Adolph Hitler and Napoleon Bonaparte . . . just for upper classmen . . . everyone an officer . . . " We exchange ideas. " H T.V. Club and Workshop President Betty Frankle Vice President Rita Ullrich Secretary Barbara D ' Ascensio Liaison Representative Rita Ullrich " What kind of show for tonight? " . . . " But we haven ' t had a rehearsal! " . . . " Where ' s Em? " . , . " Is the equip- ment fired up? " . . . " When ' s the next meeting? " . . . Pic- nic? . . . " Ted, you be Talent! " ... " Is the camera locked? " . . . " Hey! My picture ' s breaking up! " . . . " But I was cable pusher last time! " . , . focus . . . FOCUS! ! ! Veterans ' Association President Al Krenicki Vice President Fred Bednarek Recording Secretary Robert Ugrovics Corresponding Secretary Howard Klotz Treasurer Jack Culbertson ' • ' ' aison Ron Barker Adviser Mr. Cohen Exchanging ideas on mutual problems . . . " Did your check arrive yet? " . . . " What a party that was " . . . sticking together through thick and thin . . . sponsors of the annual citizenship trophy award. « r r , Ilo iX.A UU V Poge 139 J heater ri MONTCLAIR OPENS NEW THEATER With the stage manager ' s cries of " the house is open, " " curtain in fifteen minutes, ' and " places and quiet on stage please! " , the Memorial Audi- torium was officially open for business on May 16, 1 957. An appreciative audience of " first nighters " saw Players, under the direction of Mr. L. Howard Fox, star Joan Sullivan, James Andrews and Charles Richter in a sensitive production of Thorn- ton Wilder ' s prize-winning classic, " Our Town. " Our short but distinctive first season ended de- lightfully with the Opera Workshop ' s presentation of Gilbert and Sullivan ' s comic operetta, " The Mikado. " Loud applause greeted the cast as they humorously capered before two very pleased audiences. The year 1957 saw two long-cherished dreams become reality for Montclair with the opening of our spacious new theater in May, and the installa- tion of our 3,500 pipe Memorial Organ. Virgil Fox, a world renowned artist, " pulled out all the stops " and gave us a brilliant indication of the organ ' s magnificent capabilities at the Dedication Concert in November. However, it was the theater with its big stage, new scene shop, and wonderfully equipped light- ing and control room s that satisfied our most press- ing needs. In replacing a cramped little playhouse, it saved actors from such forced inconveniences as exiting through rear windows ond making cos- tume changes behind scenery. After three months of inactivity and darkness during the summer, the stage lights again blazed on, as the Commuters Revue ' 57 v ent into re- hearsal for its third annual production. The Me- morial Auditorium again became the thing for which it was conceived and constructed: a shelter and showcase for the arts. The commuters pre- sented their varied and enjoyable revue with con- siderable success. However, once the show ' s scen- ery had been " struck " on closing night. Players, again under the direction of Mr. Fox, broke out the hammers and saws, the screw drivers and stage braces and began working on the biggest project thus far in their history. After a long period of secrecy, the project was finally revealed to be Arthur Miller ' s " The Crucible. " Page 144 A powerful bit of " drama — Americana, " " The Crucible " called for the construction of four mov- able and semi-complete sets and posed lighting problems never before encountered by Players. All problems v ere successfully solved and " The Crucible " was presented as the second offering of the 1957 season. For three nights, large audi- ences enjoyed the performances of Carol Giezen- danner, Nancy Elting, Charles Richter and James Andrews, all members of the class of ' 58. Thus, Montclair had been given for the first time in its history, a play produced in the strictest traditions of the professional theater; from flown scenery and unique playbills to box office sales and usher- ettes tastefully dressed in black. Our " house of arts " had reached maturity in less than one year ' s existence. Qreek: First Row: A. Scovone, E. Topar, R. Senkowsky, J. La Salle, Dr. Jacobson, A. Krenicki, B. De Paolo, J. Slanisi, J. Porcaro, A. Cicalese, J. Volpi, A. Viglione, J. Worms, W. Summer, J. Carroll, C. Folcefono, R. Mazella, J. Richordson, R. Malakas, R. Knepper, V. Bodino, N. Petii, W. Groham, G. Viriopal, K. Davis, D. DeGeronimo, J. Conroy, R. Clark, T. Kelly, R. Roso, W. Toole, A. Zononi, A. Ralston, D. Ferroro. Agora President Alexander Krenicki Vice President Bart De Paolo Treasurer James La Salle Secretary Jules Stanisci Corresponding Secretary Arthur Scavone Historian Thomas Kelly Liaison Robert Senkowsky Adviser Dr. Jacobson Spirit is synonymous with good fel- lowship and character ... bi- monthly meetings, after which, the girls of Russ and Chapin are sere- naded . . . annual Agora show for the War Memorial Benefit . . . Agora open house . . . annual bas- ketball and baseball games with that other frat. Senate. Dalphac Poge 148 St Row: R. Ponis, A. Sakowski, A. Oberpesser, F. Ciccone. Second Row; J. Sullivan, V. Marootian, P. Angsler, P. Evans, G. long, S. Regno, Burns, A. De Cicco, J, Mclvers, E. Moron, G. Kirsch. Third Row: J. Hila, D. Douglas, R. Neighbors, R. Haas, J. McLaughlin, P, Rowland. A. Gibbs, P. Dee, P. Campbell, A. Fusaro, D, Schimmel. Character . . . leadership ... all for one and one for all . . . President Sandra A. Ragno every time a good time . . . little green and white aprons . . . Vice President Gail Lang Harvest Moon banquet at Mrs. L ' s . . . Open House and picnic Corresponding Secretary Jewel Mclvers with Agora . . . pillow stuffing with or without innerspring . . . Recording Secretory Patricia Angster prize winning show and souvenirs at Carnival time . . . cheering Treosurer Dorolhea Burns in the Block and Yellow for the Agora-Senate gome . . . dining Historian Patricio Evans and dancing (not the hulo) at the Fountain . . . " Oh, that basket Liaison Adrienne De Cicco boll gome with Sigma! " . . . above oil, home-mode goodies. Adviser Mrs. Ludman i i Delta Omicron Pi President Roxy Akillian Vice President Pat Rowland Corresponding Secretary Barbara Barbate Recording Secretary Claire Kostych Treasurer Lorraine Bartkowicz Historian Kathy Pierce Inter-sorority Repres Arlene Obernesser Carole Hall The blue and white ... PI jackets . . . col- legiate . . . co-ed picnic at Garrett Mt. . . . PI Dinner Dance at Sun Dance Lodge . . . those home-cooked spaghetti dinners . , . our nights in New York . . . Senior Banquet . . . " Hi, sis " . . . " sparkle " . . . Ladies . . . close-knit group . . . " Our voices raising, Forever praising, to PI we will be true. " First Row: J. Dunn, D. Douglas, R. McGlew, A. Vignolo. Second Row: D. DePosquole, A. Mercorello, A. Obernesser. A. Plushonski, P. Rowland. B. Borboto, R. Akillian, L. Borlkowici, C. Koslych, C. Holl. Third Row; P. White, I. Tarnow! E. Frledlonder, B. Poole, J. Torre, J. Wilulski, M. Dietrick, C. Henderson, T. Noordenbos, M. Under, B. Dyndo C. Prudhon, K. Pierce, B. Hoger, L. Kelb, E. DuBois. Delta Theta Psi President Corole DAngelo Vice President... Camille Spino Recording Secretary Irene Zupko Correspond ng Secretary Corine Fennell freosurer Annamarie Gimmel l-listorian Betty Perry Liaison Syrtiller McCollum Martha Haluska The green and grey . . . harmony and friend- ship . . , fraternity parties at Stevens . . . Senior banquets . . . strength and unity . . . social activities . . . Delta jackets . . . pajama parties and picnics. F.i.i k.,- , Monno, M. Cediidio, M. De John, R. Boles, M. Bonciek, M. Popuiynski, M. Polumbo. Second Row: J Hohn, C. Morrell, B. Perry, R. Thompson, C. Fennell, C. DAngelo, C. Spino, I. Zupko, A. Gimmel, J. Tweed. Third Row: I. Wu, E. Armslrong, J. Ackermon, P. lease, K. Livic, R. Jones, C. Potlen, N. Canll G. Kirsch, M. Bond. Mu Sigma President Marycinn Delciney Vice President Ann Prestiani Secrefory Lynn Sliansen Treasurer Linda Alvord Historian Freda Klein Inter-sorority Representatives Jeanette Allen, Arlene Hyman " Pizza parlies " . . . " green derby " girls . . . cake sale . . . ice skating parly . . . senior banquet . . theatre party . . . " To cullivofe friendship and cultural interests. " First Row: I. Berber, f. Podo, I. Sliansen, A. Sompron, M. Delaney, C. Spechls, K. Korcblnos. Second Row: E Rosely. M. lynch, J Allen, E. JoHe, A Hyman, R. Goldberg. First Row; M. Dee, C. Upsholl, M, Alves, M. Vossle J. Sullivan, J. Loughin, P. Angsler, J. Pollanle, B. Moore, M. Applegate, B. Tluscik, A. Sokowski, Kring, J. Kerrs, B. Lotronico. Fourth Row; E. Koehle Second Row: B. Neighbors, J. Walker, J. Bishar, A. DeCicco, 1. Perry, M. Olson. Third Row: C. Geizandanner, M. Green, . Evans, D. Schimmel, M. Schwimmer, P. Tolhurst, A. Coyle, S. J. Victor, S. Downs, C. Hagemann, S. Ragno, N. Elting, P. Picken. President Joan Sullivan Corresponding Secretary June Loughlin Recording Secretary Adrienne DeCicco Treasurer _Marion Olsen Historian Pat Angster, Claire McSherry Pin Chairman Dolores GrifFin Liaison Janice Walker Kappa Rho Upsilon White jackets . . . picnics at Garrett Moun- tain . . . campus cut-ups . . buffet suppers . . . I.F.S. Dance . . . enthusiasm, friendship and harmony . . . KRU blouses . . . " This is KRU — forever it ' s a port of our hearts. " First Row: C. Barling, C. Fowler, E. Moron, A. Bloke, E. Hickey, R. Gesmond, T. Lontieri, G. Curti: imith. Second Rov. G. Long, B. Price B. Doll, L. Sha 1, P. Witiek, D. L. Burden, M. Commuters confabs . . . comely co-eds . . . one social a month . . . candlelight initia- tions . . . sweet sophistication . . . cigarettes, coffee and cake . . . I.F.S. at the Shacka- maxon . . . Sunday meetings . . . dues blues . . . Mother-Daughter Luncheon . . . " Let ' s organize this organization " . . . " Where ' s our banner? " . . . v hite jackets and knee socks . . . social lions. Phi Gamma Tau President Eileen C. Moron Vice President Jewel Mclvers Recording Secretory Christine Fowler Correspond ng Secretary Arlene Blake Treasurer . Esther Smith Historian Carol Barling Page 150 firjl Row: D. Hordyke, A. Mildner, Dr. Gawley, Dr. Reed, C. Reili, J. Mocchione, D. Covert, R. Barke W. Klotz, P. McCobe, J. Acorn, V, Fronco, S. Prall, J. Moupin, D. Rogol, R. Polmo, D. Doum, H. Louer, J. Petrello, J. Krocht, J. Murphy, B Shock, D. Stevenjon, E. Del Guercio, B. Molsch, R. Olsen, G. Alicknovit White, C. Postoi, E. Musmonno, B. Copuccio, J. McCutcheon. r. Second Row: I. Vonello, W. Schmaissar. Souso, B. Boron. Third Row B. Carroll, G. :h, D. Momchur, P. Borodynko, F. Siroberl, B. Campus Queen sponsors . . . " Girl of the month " (roses and candy kisses) . . . Lead- ership, fellowship, participation . . . " Am ber Fluid " . . , " Phantoms " . . . " No boa ride. Dove " . . . " We ' ll adjourn to the Elms ' . . . " Great advisers but we need one more ' . . . " Home Ec. girls ore the greatest " . , ,Tri-Frat softball champs . . . " But the Gentle men won ' t ploy us. " Phi Lambda Pi Presidenf Charles Reitz Vice President John Mocchione Recording Secretary. . Donald Covert Corresponding Secretary. Arthur Mildner Treasurer Ronald Barker I. o son Dove Hordyke Historian Roy Olsen Advisers Dr. Reed, Mr. Boucher, Dr. Gawley President Charles Yeomons Vice President Richard Mancuso Treasurer Donald Osterberg Recording Secrefory Thomas Burr Corresponding Secretary James Murphy Liaison Robert Schwab Historian Barrie Copp Adviser Mr. Hamilton Phi Sigma Epsilon Dig those crazy green beanies . . . well, ot least you don ' t have to lift your arms to read the name . . . Wow! that six hour meeting . . . Stone Hall ' s lower south wing . . . For sale: ideas for initiation . . . movies anyone, only 25 cents ... a blue volcano? . . . " shall we vote just one more time? " . . . " onyone else feel the need for culture? " . . , our first seniors graduating. Firil Row: W. Hodge, T. Burr, 0. Osterberg, C. Yeamons, J. Murphy, E. McCobe. Second Row: N. Zeinar, R. Millar. B. Baovar, D. Parloi, T. Schiottar, R. Marcar, R. Jone», G. Peteri, R. longo, H. Long. Third Row: N. Bokar. B. Copp. F. Balchikoff. ». Schwab, F Puhlfuerit. R. Berry, W. Shotwall. ' . Young, C. Richler, J. Andrews, Dr. Bohn, B. Helli Gibbs, J. Dwyer, H. Frigo, R. Frank, D. Otis, F. r, M, Valentine, L. Pessolano, R. Doll. Second Rov Bednarek, D. Kouba Third Row: C. Bovino, D. nkler, P. Meeker, J. Chopkowsky, A. Aronowitz. ; J. Koumoulides, R. Miano, R. Hunt, R. Ugrovics, R. Leonard, nderson, J. Hughes, W. Krostlng, R. Ruffing, J. McGuire, M. President Robert Heller Vice President James Andrews Recording Secretary Bob Ruffing Corresponding Secrefory Charles Richter Treasurer Bob Doll L a 5on Mai Valentine Adviser Dr. Bohn Tradition based on high standards . . . cele- brating our 30th anniversary . . . construc- tive initiations . . . the Senate tie . . . Senate personified. Dr. Bohn . . . cultural social meetings . . . men dedicated to enriching their backgrounds and to raising the stand- ards of the educational profession Senate Sigma Delta Pi President Gloriette M. Curtis Vice President Patricia Picken Recording Secretary Mary Ellen Hickey Corresponding Secrefary Christine B. Fov ler Treasurer Carole D ' Angelo Historian Myra Schwimmer Liaison Cynthia Maclntire Adviser Miss Fantone " ASSOCIATION, LEADERSHIP, PARTICIPATION " . . . established in 1947 . . . pink and black knee socks and Sigma dinks . . . Loyalty and Love to Sigma . . . melting pot of talent and beauty . . . Sigma Type . . . Originality Plaque for Carnival three years . . . Rah- Rah girls . . . cheerleading for Senate ... six mem- bers made Who ' s Who . . . sorority welcomed foreign exchange students . . . Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets to needy families . . . Christmas carolling at hospitals and old age homes . . . Annual Dinner Dance . . . original Pep Rally skits . . . Farewall Senior Bonquet . . . Personality, Spirit, Character Personified . . . Chicken Wire and " Scots " . . . SIGMA FOR- EVER! I ! First Row: C. Upshall, B. Doll, K. Picken, G. Mills, M. Dolce, P. Wittak, C. Borling. Second Row: J. Pallonte, A. Gionti, R. Akillian, N. Vitale, C. Fowler, C. DAngelo, G. Curtis, P. Picken, C. Moc- Intire, M, Hickey, E. Smith, M. Schwimmer. Third Row: P. Paluch, A. Blake, R. Porlopiano, J. Markowsky, N. Elting, R. Gesmond, C. Giezendonner, B. l otronica, E. Citrano, R. Perri, C. McSherry. Page )52 II Firs) Row: S. Chose, P. Gollo, J. On, B. Zilo, S. Paleologo, D Kurner Second Row C. Loffredo, R. Frey, W. Volgtlonder, S. Gonnio, H. O ' Cleppo. G. Miller, Mr. Cohen, J. Riordon, M. O ' Brien, R. Russomono, C. Corlson, J. Manning, J Gildoy Third Row B Berendi, D. Dewlow, W. Reordon, C. Rickerihouser, B. lieis, A. Solomon, I. Chill. Fourth Rowr D. Herman, J. Smilh, R. Osborne. Tau Sigma Delta Men of Tau ... A brotherhood to promote social and educational well being . . . inter- fraternity dance and sports . . . we ' re all fathers . . . any mail from Joe? . . . Oh! that Rock and Roll . . . what talent! . . . let ' s have more cultural meetings . . . always original. Chance or John T. Riordan Vice Chancellor Matthew O ' Brien Recording Secretary George Miller Corresponding Secretary Sam Gonnio Treosurer Harold O ' Cleppo lioison Robert Russamano Sgt. of Arms James Manning I si Row: M Koehlei igno, S. C lombordo. Molendo C Kelly. R. Steqen. Secovid Ro Napoliello. N. Owyer, B. Oeni Joorsky, t. Cololfi M. Richel. J BroglK hok. G Purchose M S.ncogl.o, o Solo. J I Prosideni Joan H. Ackerman Vice President Barbara Stevens Treosurer Janice Broglio Corresponding Secretary Patricio Sincaglio Recording Secretary Elisc Koehler Historian Susan Molendo lioison Lois Schanti Adviser Dr Hall " Sisterhood and Sincerity " . . . blue and white . . . " goodie soles " . . . annual dinner dance . . . annual senior banquet Home coming champs — float contest . . " We ' re having an emergency meeting. " Theta Chi Rho Page 153 II Sports FOOTBALL The Montclair State grid squad, under new head coach Roy Yagiello and assistants Carl Taubner and Ron Armengol, went through a rebuilding season in 1957, and finished with a 3-4 won-lost record. Big Red won all their away games, but suffered four defeats on home grounds. The Indians opened their season at home against a very strong Brockport eleven and were beaten, 20-7. The National Aggies shut out Montclair in the next game, 14-0. Big Red then traveled to Cheyney and had little trouble winning, 27-13. In the next game, on Homecoming Day, New Britain beat us, 33-9 for the Indians third loss. Gallaudet College of Washing- ton, D.C. became MSTC ' s victim by a 6-0 score. The next tilt, probably the most significant of the season, saw the Indians beat Trenton State for the third year in a row, this time by a 7-6 score, as Jack Speary ' s extra point provided the margin of victory. Kutztown ruined the Indians chances for a winning sea- son by pinning o 14-7 loss on them. Poge 56 The Indians were faced with injuries at crucial moments this year and were forced to cha ige the lineup for each game. The fine line play of Co-captain Art Scavone, who was voted the most valuable lineman and most valuable player on the squad, was an invaluable asset to the team. Al Ralston, who was voted the squad ' s best back, led the team in yardage gained by rushing, and was also tied for scoring honors with Tony Bottone. The remainder of the scoring was divided among backs, Jerry Carroll, Ron Knepper, Manny Scrofani, John Petroz- zino, and senior end, Harvey Gibbs. Jack Speary, another senior, was Big Red ' s " toe, " converting five of seven extra points. Fresh- man " Chick " Muccia booted the other two points after touch- downs. Another aggressive senior on the team was Co-captain Bart DiPaola, who played alternately at guard and tackle. Because only four out of twenty-nine lettermen will be lost through graduation, the prospects for next year seem promising. First Row: F. Belchikoff, J. Speary, B. Graham, H. Gibbt. A. Scavone. B. Di Paolo, B. Sumner, A. Roljlon, L. Zimmerman. Second Row: S. Sonlora, B. Ludwig, R. Mocoluso. R. luppinocci, J. Pelrozino, B. McCormick, F. Hoeppel, R. Knepper. Third Row: A. Krenicki. B. Poulillo, W. Snyder, A. Boltone, R. Nolon, C. Muccio, W. Rehberg, E. Topor, M. Scrofoni. Fourth Row: Mr. Yagiello, C. Taubner, J. Maupin, T. Mullini, E. Alexonder, H. Campeotto, R. longo, J. Bogden. Pog» IS7 -f ' f ' . % • ' ' p. P.tkeii, J, Muiko-ik,, M. Vo J Scatdo».ii. « CHEERLEADERS Team ' s most loyol suppotlpf» . Copluint Glonelle and Essi . . How are we getting to the gome ' . . , Anybody have directions? . . . Enlho- siostic and energetic . . Our group is best . . . We need practical . . . Tryouts first week of school . . , Pep Rallys . . . Who will moli posters? . . . Homecoming parade . . . Whal ' re we doing ntxf FirsI Row: J Soyer, A. Aronowitz, K. Davis, J. Porcaro, N. Petli. Second Row: L, Zimmerman, R. Mazzello, M. Tauriello, E. Topar, J. Conroy, F. Chesky, B. Toole, J. Skymanski, B. Hogon, T. Crowley, Coach Schmidt, H. Frigo. BASKETBALL Montclair State ' s varsity basketball team finished the 1956-57 cage season with a 13-11 won-lost record for a .542 percentage. There were a great number of importanr victories during this campaign, including a 67-59 defeat of Upsala College. In the past. Big Red had been having trouble beating Upsala, but this time the Indians outplayed the East Orangites for Coach Hank Schmidt ' s first victory againsi Upsala. Panzer Ccllege was also defeated for the first time under Coach Schmidt, 62-59. The Indians ether victories included double trouncings of Cheyney, Newark State and single victories ovet Newark Rutgers, NCE and Peterson State. Only one veteran wo ' lost due to graduation in June as the majority of the squad was made up of freshmen and sophomcres. Last year ' s squad wa5 led by Clem Tennaro, v ho averaged 18 points per game and led the club in rebounding. The next seven men in the scoring column included four freshmen and three sophomores. Five-foot-eight-inch Nick Petti, pumped in 13.5 points per game and was by far the best defensive player on the squad. The remainder of the boys in order of total points scored were: Bill Toole, Eddie Topar, John Hughes, John Shymonski, Jim Conroy and Kerry Davis. The rest of the varsity squad included juniors George Alicknavitch, Harvey Gibbs, John Leonard and Dennis Mamchur. This year, with all these boys having gained more experience playing together. Big Red faced a larger schedule including two extra games against Glassboro Teachers in the newly formed NJSTCAC, New Jersey State Teachers College Athletic Confer- ence, which includes all the teachers colleges in the state. Also included on this year ' s schedule was a single game against F air- leigh Dickinson University, which made the schedule an alto- gether rougher one. However, the new conference is completely separate from the NJIAC to which Montclair State had belonged to in the past. Because of this new conference MSTC was forced to drop out of the NJIAC, which included Panzer, Bloomfield and Newark Rutgers. Since all our ballplayers have a few more years to play at Montclair, the MSTC basketball squads should develop into greater threats as the years progress, and should, in the future, come up with fine records to prove their promising ability. Poge 160 1 ■ H H H H H H H i v p B M H .M B j M 1 Ma 1 |J E L|hh VT K r — IP m H fsSi i« ( 1 BASEBALL Montclair State Teachers College ' s baseball team, be- hind the strong pitching of southpaw Larry Ennis and timely hitting of Jack Speary and Nick Petti, finished the 1957 diamond season with a winning record of 15 wins and 1 1 defeats. Coach Bill Dioguardi, faced with very few returning veterans, took his boys on the annual southern trip. The team returned with two wins and one loss. They continued in fine fashion with a victory over Fairleigh Dickinson Uni- versity. A mid-season 1-0 victory over Upsala College made the Indian ' s won-lost record 9-6. With the end of the season drawing near, the club notched the last two games in the win column for another fine season. Co-captain Jack Speary led the team in batting with a hefty .374 average. He was followed by Nick Petti, who hit at a .304 clip and also led the club in other major batting departments. Larry Ennis finished at .301, while Jack Davies, the team ' s other Co-captain, was next at .294 and Bill Utter followed at .280. Larry Ennis, the iron- man of the pitching staff, led the Indian chuckers with nine victories as against five setbacks. Errors hurt the team consistently throughout the year. Except for third-sacker Joe " Pork " Pocaro, who had but four errors in over one hundred chances, and a few others, the club was continually being troubled by this problem. This club will have many returning lettermen who should prove to be the basis for this year ' s team. Coach Dio- guardi can certainly smile and expect a better record, although his teams have never had a losing season. Poge 162 First Row: Cooch Dioguardi, B. Campo, J. Dovies, J. Speary, R. Ochner, R. Lukasik, J. Porcaro, K. Davis. Second Row: R. Mocoluso F. Ennis D. Youpo, E. Wilson, E. Topor, Bergen, G. Foti. Third Row: N. Peiti, J. Worms, D. Rickert, J Shymanski, J. Ston,ci, H. Matelson, P, Miesemer TRACK The MSTC track and field team was well represented in all of he large indoor track games in the East, including four meets in Madison Square Garden and the Philadelphia Inquirer Games. The high point in the indoor season was the winning of second place in the nineteen-member Collegiate Track Conference indoor championships Russ Clorke and Carl Steller won individual championships in the pole vault and 35-pound weight, respectively. The mile-relay team, com- posed of Fred Puhf uerst, Paul Parasugo, Vinnie Korfmann, and Jean Poquette, saw action in nearly oil of the indoor meets In the spring outdoor Irock seoson, the Montclair Indions compiled a 6 and 2 dual meet record (losing lo West Chester and Eost Strouds- burg) ond also competed In four relay cornlvals and championship meets. Once again they won the NJIAC Championships, while they made creditoble showings in the other meets. No new school records were set during the season, but the following members of the squad had very successful seasons: all-around high point man Rick Richler. school-record holding pole voulter Russ Clarke, brood jumper, John Leonard, sprinter Leonord Chill, weight mon Luis Perer, high jumper Huston Robinson, 440 man Jean Poquelle, middle distance runner Walt Viet, and the following very promising freshmen Fred PohlfuersI, Poul Porasugo, Vinnie Korfmann, Bill Sholwell, John Kleva, John Plelrowici ond Phil Borodynko. Firs) Row: R. Greenhal, W. Shotwell, F. Puhlfuerst, R. Quinn, R. Kulik, P. Hiiko, C. Casey, Coach Willing. Second Row: J. Moupin, T. Schleosser, R. Walker, A. Freda, R. Blumenheim, R. Clorke, C. Richler, P. Borodynko. Third Row: V. Dellasandro, J. Poquette, W. Rehburg, L. Chill, P. Parasugo, J. Kleva. CROSS COUNTRY With the graduation of all of the top runners from the previous year ' s outstanding cross country team, the Indians might very well have been on the spot had it not been for an unusually fine crop of freshmen. Led by Fred Puhlfuerst, who was undefeated in dual meet competition, the Montclair harriers won half of their meets, including the freshman championship at the LeMoyne College Invitational meet at Syracuse. Behind Puhlfuerst were Paul Parasugo, Arnold Aronowitz, Ray Pye, Bill Shotwell, Al Kausch, John Pietrowicz, Bob Verrone, Al Goss, Jean Poquette and Leonard Chill, all of whom won their varsity letters. First Row: B. Sholwell, F. Puhlfu R Ouinn, R Kulik, P. Hilko. Second Row: T. Schle Coach Willing. Firil Row: S. McC E. Murphy, A. Moldofjky. Second Row J Sade Ulrich, D. Lindsay, R. Willing. WOMEN ' S TRACK The women ' s track team was organized for the first time in November of 1956, and their first season proved to be a very successful one. In their initial year, the relay team made three ap- pearances in Madison Square Garden, and brought home runner-up laurels twice. The MSTC Women ' s Track Team later appeared in the Third Annual Metropoljtan Womens College Track and Field Championships and ended the day with 34 points to their credit, while the sec- ond place team posted a total of only 1 6 Vj points. This meet proved their versatility In field events as well as in running events. 1957 brought a continuation of their fine ac- complishments as many more trophies and medals expanded the girls ' collections. Their success in this new and uncommon medium has influenced and impressed people throughout MSTC, as well as in many of our neighboring colleges. FENCING CLUB The MSTC Fencing Club, under the capable coaching of Mr. Allan January, has established itself as an active participator in the inter-collegiate sports program on cam- pus. Mr. January, after an absence of two years, returned to coach at Montclair in September 1956. Since that time, the squad has continued to grow, and more than thirty girls, who had never fenced before, have joined in the last two years. The Montclair club is a member of the Intercollegiate Women ' s Fencing Association. The girls have entered meets held at other colleges in the Association, as well as the Association ' s championship meet held in Rochester, New York. This year ' s Christmas Invitational Meet was held on our campus December 7, 1957. Participating schools included Barnard College, Brooklyn College, Foirleigh Dickinson University, Hunter College, Jersey City State Teachers Col- lege, Montclair State Teachers College, Newark State Teachers College, Peterson State Teachers College and New ' ork University. Two Montclair fencers mode fine showings by defeating all competition and entering the sermi-finals. With many of the present squad returning, and with student interest mounting, the fencing team should grow to be one of the most successful sports at Montclair. First Row: E. Shamel, R. Pino, B. Moger, I. Solvi, S. Oitrowiki, I. Gud . Second Row: R Cut- torf, C. Biglin, I. Terhorst, Cooch Jonuory, M. Cronin, E. Bollona, P. Troponi. WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION W.A.A. said " Bon Voyage " to the volley ball season with a student-faculty game which ended in a one to one tie. Tennis and softball will be offered in the com- ing season, and arrangements with other colleges are now under way. New members of the teom offer greot promise for a winning season. Firll Row I. Solvi. C. Khoury. J. Sodanwolar. A. Moldoltky. N. Ollino Sacond Row: J. locono, C. Bodomi. I. d W lt«, M. Horn !, D lindioy, M. Oialrick, Y. lo«rlnclcl . 7 wf Kscf - THIRTY CLUB The Thirty Club organizes the members of MSTC ' s varsity football team into a closely knit group. With all the players assembled for the meeting, Coach Ray Yagiello dis- cusses techniques and perform- ances in connection with practice and games. Coaches from the sur- rounding areas exchange ideas and systems with the squad. J. Speary, B. Gratiam, H. Gibbs, A. Scovone, B. Di Paolo, W. Sumner, A. Ralston. Second Rov. S. Sonloro, J. Maupin, R. Macaluso, J. Bollone, R. Knepper, L. Zimmermon. Poge 166 First season without rain! . . . Homecoming Parade and yellow mums . . . tryouts in September . . . " Remember those potato sacks, Carol? " . . . Football Banquet . . . Usherettes for the Band Concert . . . Friendship and Cooperation . . . The case of the missing hat . . . Late afternoon practice . . . " Don ' t lose the band. " . . . Indian music and Pep Rallies . . . High-Steppers . . . " One, two, three, flip. " . . . Memories. Copfoin, Beverly Latronica Jackie Witulsk! BOWLING The MSTC Bowling Team has entered the Eastern Intercollegiate Bowling Conference for the second consecutive year. This conference is composed of some twenty-odd colleges from the metropolitan area. L ast year, Montclair finished in the thirteenth spot in league competi- tion. The team is paced by captains Bill Utter ond Lou Perez, both of whom carry high averages. They are well supported by other members of the squad, Don Covert, Hank Gary, Ron Jackson, John Janice, Russ Macaluso, Charles Port, Lee Primiono, John Skymanski and Ron Zink. The team advisor is Mr. Otto Cordes, our College Maintenance Engi- neer. The matches are oil held in New York City, on Sundays. Bowling is among the few sports at Montclair which are played oil year long, with the season beginning in the fall and continuing into the spring. Thus for this season, the team has posted a 27-1 2 record. Bowling has only recently been revived at Montclair after a lay-off of many years. First Row: R. Clarke, Row: L. Perez Borodynko, -D. Covert. Second i. Macaluso, W. Utter. TENNIS 1958 marked the third consecutive season for the still newly organized tennis team at Montclair. As usual, this season found Bill Terry and Bob Leonard battling it out for the num- ber one singles position. The third singles slot was still being sought after by Fred Bednarek and Bill Malsch. This was the first time Big Red posted a winning season in the collegiate circuit. Matches were played with Fairlejgh Dickinson, Panzer, Trenton State, St. Peters, Newark College of Engineering, Newark Rutgers and New Poltz, Tennis enthusiasts who attended the matches were impressed by the aggressive play of the Indians. Terry is considered one of the finest players in the area. His splen- did stroking, combined with Leonard ' s service and net play, won many doubles matches in the past. Malsch ' s strong forehand and Bednarek ' s cut shots lent many moments of excitement to the season ' s play. This was also the year that Dr. Henry Schmidt took over the reins as coach from Dr. Seymour Fersh. The team is sincerely grateful to Dr. Fersh, who gave his time and effort to give Montclair a tennis team which had been inactive for several years. •d R Sonkowlky MEN ' S ATHLETIC COMMISSION The Mens Athletic Commission consists of three faculty members and two students. The present commission includes Mr. Schmidt. Mr. Clifford, Mr. Beckwilh, James Dwyer and Robert Leonard. MAC il the organization which finances all men ' s sports at Montclair including the intramurals as well as the varsity program It also presents the various awords to those who quolify at each sport. This past November 19, MAC instituted its sports banquet to honor all fall sports. Another banquet is planned in the spring to honor all spring sports. These banquets will become annuo! events in future years. J. Owyac, P. Cliflord. H. Scl midl, R. laonard. Poge 167 Underclassmen. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Presidenf Malcolm Valentine Vice President Donald Koubo Secrefary Patricia Crosby Treasurer Jean Poquette S.G.A. Represenfafives Gayle Mills, Raymond Hunt M. Valentine, R. Hunt, P. Crosby, G. Mills, J. Poquette, D. Koubo. Poge 170 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS President Martin Vander Wall Vice President John Pietrowicz Secretary Patricia Visocky Treasurer Geraldine Badami S.G A. Representatives Nancy Vitale, Barbara Doll J. Pielrowicz, P. Visocky, M. Vonder Wall, N. Vilorta, B. Doll, J. Bodon Pose 171 Ji i ' J V ' If f: ' . e ' rl fe FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS President Joseph Czarnecki Vice President Thomas Mullins Treasurer Dennis Cohan Secretory Carmella Silvestri S.G.A. Representative... Robert Blumenheim J. Czarnecki, T. Mullins, C. Silvestri, R Blumenheim, D. Cohan Poge 172 Mrs. Olive Meade, Housemother Mrs. Grace M Conrad, Housemofhcr Page 176 Fioe ' ' LA CAMPANA STAFF " Have the proofs been returned? " . . . memories . . . " Ginny, send out notes " . . . revision of the constitution . . . record of our college days . . . " Who ' s having retakes? " . . . work, work, work . . , " Who ' s in charge of captions? " . . . " Has this copy been read? " . . . " Extend the deadline, we need time " . . . " What, another meeting? " JAMES P. PETTEGROVE Adviser HARRY LAUER Edifor-in-chief Page 178 Q f f VIRGINIA MAROOTIAN Ajjoc ofe Editor PATRICIA ANGSTER Art editor ROBERT OOll RICHARD CLARKE Literar Editor ARAKSY AKILIIAN Typing Editor PATRICIA KUEM Captiom Editor MARIE DOLCEMASCOIO Phofogroph Editor ■ " s, " T T! CHARLES RICHTER Sports Editor DONALD Asiiltont Editor ifk DONALD ANDERSON Photographer DONALD JONtb Photogrophtr HAROLD YOUNG layout Beverly Latronica Asiisfont Typir g Editor Cynthia Mclnfire Ajj ijfonf Literary Editor Edna Harris Assistant Copy Editor Ann Coylc, Myra Schwimmer Assistant Photography Editors Patricio OBoylc Ajjistonf Copfionj Editor Pogt 179 A I CKNOWLEDGEMENT ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS To the ADMINISTRATION, FACULTY, and STUDENTS for rearranging their schedules to suit our purposes. To Mr. JAMES P. PETTEGROVE, our yearbook adviser. To HAL YOUNG for his time and devotion to the layout of this book. To DON ANDERSON, DON JONES and DON CAIRNS for their excellent assistance v ith photography. To SARONY STUDIOS, the official yearbook photographer. To Mr. NICHOLAS A. ICKES of ICKES ANNUALS for his patience, fortitude, and general helpfulness. Senior Directory JOAN H. ACKERMAN 36 Ruff Court, North Holedon, N Mo or Business Educollon . Edu Ep Minor Business Education Epsilon Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,4, Corresponding Secret ory 3; Pi Omega P 2,3,4, Hislorion 4; Citizenship Commitlee 2; Theto Chi Rho 2,3,4 President 4; Delto Theto Psi 2,3,4; Junior Class Secretary. ARAKSY AKIILIAN 6617 Bergenllne Avenue, West New York, N. J. Major Social Studies Minor Biological Science Delia Omicron Pi 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 2, Corresponding Secretary 3, President 4; Players 1,2,3,4, Key Member, Makeup Crewheod 2,3,4, Corresponding Secretary 3; Senior Class Secretory; La Campana 4, Typing Editor 4; Sigma Delta Pi 2,3,4; Sigma Eta Sigma 2,3,4; Geog- raphy Club 1,2; Citizenship Committee 1,2; Junior Class Council 3; Dorm Show 1,2,3; Who ' s Who 4. GEORGE DANIEL ALICKNAVITCH 408 Cross Street, Harrison, N. J. Major Biological Science Minor Physicol Science Phi Lombdo Pi 2,3,4; Sigma Eta Sign FTA I, Lioison l;Basketboll 1,2,3.4. 1,2,3,4, Treas 3; Tribe 3,4; LINDA LOU ALVORD 902 New Pear Street, Vlnelond, N. J. Major Mathematics Minor. Political Science Chrislion Fellowship 2,3,4, Liaison 3, President 4; Mu Sigma 2,3,4, Treosurer 3,4; Moth Club 1,2,3,4; Women ' s Honor Board 3,4, Liaison 3. DONALD L. ANDERSON 44 Cedar lone, Clemenlon, N. J. Major: Biological Science Mirior Physical Science Morching Bond 1,2.3,4; Concert Bond 1,2,3,4; Sigma Eto Sigma 1,2, 3,4, Vice President 3; Senate 2,3,4; to Compono 4. JAMES R. ANDREWS 167 South Carolina Avenue, Atlantic City, N. J. Mofor Speech Mirror English Ployers 1.2.3,4. President 2; Senate 1,2.3,4, Vice President 2,3; Koppa Delta Pi 3.4, Vice President 3.4; Montc orion 1.2.3. Co-News Editor 2. 3; Sigma Alpho Eto 2,3.4, Treasurer 3,4; English Club 1; Ouorler y 1,2; Bureau ol Student Publication Business Manager 2,3; Who ' s Who 4. JOSEPHINE ASTONE 509 Sonford Avenue. Newark. N. J Major: Music Mir or: Music VALERIE JANICE AUER 43 Henry Street, Hasbrouck Heights, N. J. Mojor. English Minor: Speech English Club 2; Christian Fellowship 1,2,3,4; Kappa Delta Pi 3,4, Cor- responding Secretory 4; Honor Board 3,4, Treasurer 4; Aldornio 2,3.4, Hislorion 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 2.3,4; Delto Theto Pil 2.3.4. GERALD JAY BALDACHINO 28 Wolcolt Rood, Dumont. N. J. Mo;or Business Minor: Geography Agora 1.2,3,4; Epsilon Mu Epsilon 2,3,4; Basketball 1; Comma Theto Upsllon 3,4. RONALD G. BARKER 1616 - 81st Street, North Bergen, N. J. Mo(Or Business Education Minor Sociol Business; Political Science Epsilon Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,4; Phi Lambda Pi 2,3,4. Treosurer 3; Veterans Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer, Liaison; Citizenship Committee, Closs Repre- senlalive 2. BARBARA ANN BARRETT 102 Boyden Avenue, Moplewood, N. J. Major Speech Minor English Newmon Club 1; Players 1,2,3,4; Modern Dance Club 1,4; Commuters Review 2,3.4; Sigma Alpha Eto 1,2,3.4. LORRAINE MARIE BARTKOWICZ 3 Conol Street, Soyreville. N. J. Major: Physical Science Minor: Blologicol Science Newman Club 1,2; Delta Omici Sigma 2,3,4. PI 1,2,3.4, Treasurer 4; Sign ROSEMARIE ANN BATES 461 Stratford Rood, Union. N. J. Major Social Studies Minor: Geogrophy CLIO 2.3; Newman Club 3.4; Comma Theto Uptilon 2,3,4. Corre sponding Secretary 3.4; Rohwec 3.4; Delto Theto Psi 2.3,4. PATRICIA ANN ANCSTER 1001 So. Oceon Avenue, Seaside Pork, N. J. Maior Fine Arts Minor Fine Arts Class Secretory 1; Koppo Rho Upsllon 2,3,4, Historian 4; Dalphoc 2,3.4. Recording Secretory 4; Koppo Delta Pi 3.4, Hislorion. Liaison 3; New man Club 3,4; (a Compono 4, Art Editor; Art Council 3.4; Who ' s Who 4 JANE FRANCES ANTHONY 443 Union Avenue. Rutherford. N. J. Mofor Molhomollcs Minor Sociol Studios Sigma Phi Mu 1.2.3,4; Orchestro I; Newman Club 4. FRANK S. ARNOT " Prince Siroel. Polerson, N. J. Mofor Business Education, Accounting Minor Polilicol Science, Sociol Business Vets Club 2,3.4| Epsilon Mu Epsilon 3.4; Newman Club I NAN ASCHENBACH 86 Fronklin Terrace. Irvinglon. N. J. Major: Fine Arts Minor Fine Arts ROBERT LEONARD BERENDT 209 Nye Avenue, Newark 8, N. J. Major English Minor History Montclorion 1,2; Ployers 1,2.3,4, Vets Club 1,2,3,4| Tou Sigmo Delia 2,3,4; Creolive Writing Club 2j Chess Club I; Commulert Review 3.4. PATRICIA ANN BERCER 43 • 63 Siroel, West New York. N. J. Major English Minor Sponiih SEAM 4. HENRY BEST 9 Loughoed Avenue, West Caldwell, N. J. Mo or Induttriol Arts Minor Industriol Arts Induttriol Arli Guild 1.2,3,4. liaison 3, Recteolion Choirmon 4. ARIENE BLAKE I Rainbow Terrace. Weil Orange, N. J. Moior Enqliih Minor Geogrophy Cheerleaders 7,3.4, Sigmo Delto Pi 2.3.4, Phi Comma Tou 2,3.4, Modern Done Club 1.2.3, Newman Club 1.2. Pago 181 MARIE T. BOCK 492 Park Avenue, East Orange, N. J. Moior: Speech Minor. English Newman Club 1; Players 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3; Modern Dance Club 1,4; Sigma Alpha Eto 1,2,3,4, Vice President 3, President 4; Dalphoc 2,3; Phi Comma Tau 2,3. GERTRUDE L. BOER 9 Bornert Place, Poterson 2, N. J, Ma or. Music Minor; Music Bond 2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Collegium Musicum 1. MARY ANNE BONCZEK I Pearl Street, Sayreville, N. J. Maior: English Minor. Science Sigma Eta Sigma 2,3,4; Newman Club 1,2,3,4; Citizenship Club 1,2; Delta Theto Psi 1,2,3,4, Historian 3. MARY WINIFRED ANN BOND 132 Shunpike Road, Madison, N. J. Major Social Studies Minor: Geography WAA 1,2,3, Lioison Representative 2; Clio 2,3, Vice President 3; Players 1,2,3,4, Historian 3,4, Keymember 3; Gommo Theto Upsilon 2,3,4, Recording Secretary 4; Class Officer 2,3,4, Treasurer 2, Vice President 3,4; Newman Club 3; Delta Theto Psi 2,3,4. VERA BRACKL 300 Woinwright Street, Newark, N. J. Major. Home Economics Minor; Home Economics Players 1; Home Economics 2,3,4; Sigma Eto Sigma 2,3,4; Kappa Delta Pi 3,4. ROBERTA BRAMHALL 321 Beaufort Avenue, Livingston, N. J. Major English Minor Social Studies Basketball Team (girls ' ) 1; Montc orion 1; English Club 1,2; Aidornio 3,4; Citizenship Committee 3,4, Choirmon of Neighborhood Center 3,4; Junior Council Representative; La Compana 4. ROBERT GEORGE BREITINGER Pine Brook Rood, Lincoln Park, N. J. Major: Industrial Arts Minor Industrial Arts Players 1,2, Treasurer 2; Veterans Club 1,2; Epsilon Pi Tau 3,4, Treas- urer 3, President 4; Industriol Arts Guild 1,2,3,4, Secretary 1; Koppa Delta Pi 3,4. BERNICE MAYER BRODY 68 Montclair Avenue, Newark, N. J. Mojor, English Minor. Spanish La Tertulia Esponolo 1,2,3,4. DOTTIE BURNS 545 Forest Street, Orange, N. J. Mojor: English Minor: History Citizenship Committee 2, Secretory 2; Carnival 2, Co-Chairman Fi- nance Committee 2; Dolphoc 2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Aidornio 3,4, Secre- tary 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3,4; Commuters Review 2; Phi Gamma Tou 3,4. CATENA BUTTIGHERI I 19 Shermon Place, Jersey City, N. J. Major: Social Studies Minor: Geography Gamma Theto Epsilon 2,3,4; Clio 2,3,4. GEORGE CAMERON 8523 - 5th Avenue, North Bergen, N. J. Mojor: Biological Science Minor: Physical Science Science Club 3. NANCY MARGARET CANT 326 Hillcrest Avenue, Wood-Ridge, N. J. Major: Mathematics Minor: Physical Science Sigma Eto Sigma 2,3,4; Sigma Phi Mu 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3; Inter- Varsity Christian Fellowship 1,2,3,4, Liaison 3,4; Liaison Committee 3,4; Delta Theto Psi 2,3,4; Citizenship Committee 1,2. JOSEPH A. CARIDEO 814 Quince Street, Vinelond, N. J. Major Mothemotics Minor: History Choir 1,2; Moth Club 1,2; Newman Club 1,2,4; Chorus 1,2; Veterans Club 3,4; Forum 1,2. MICHAEL JOHN CARIELLO 414-18 Street, Union City, N. J. Major: Social Studies Minor: English Veterans Club 1,2,3,4. CLIFTON CARLSON 10 Stuart Terrace, West Orange, N. J. Major Social Studies Minor English English Club 2,3,4; Koppa Delta Pi 3,4; Rohwec 3,4; Tou Sigma Delta 2,3,4; Thucydian Society 3,4. JOHANNA CATALFAMO 6 Floyd Terrace, Verona, N. J. Major: Home Economics Minor: Home Economics SYLVIA CERVENY 49 Summit Rood, Allwood, N. J. Major: Music Minor: Music GERSON CHANOWITZ 289 Conklin Avenue, Hillside, N. J. Major: Sociol Studies Minor: Geography Internotionol Relations Club 1,2,3,4, Vice President 4; Thucydian So- ciety 3,4, Lioison 3, Recording Secretary 4; Rohwec 3,4, Vice President 4; Kappo Delta Pi 3,4; Gommo Theto Upsilon 3,4, Vice President 4; Stor of David 4, President 4; Creative Writing Club 1,2. ELAINE R. CHARLINS Green Grove Rood, Woyside, N. J. Major Molhemofics Minor: Secretarial Studies Montciorion 1,2,3,4, Typing Editor 2,3,4; Sigma Phi Mu 1,2,3,4, Vice President 3, President 4; Citizenship Committee 2,3,4, Corresponding Secretory 4; WAA 1,2,3,4; Epsilon Mu Epsilon 2; Star of David 3,4. LEONARD CHILL 28 Woinwright Street, Newark, N. J. Mojor: Social Studies Minor: Physicol Education Thucydian Society 2,3,4, President 3,4; Track ond Field 1,2,3,4, Cop- toin 3; Tou Sigma Delta 2,3,4; Rohwec 3,4; SNEA 3,4. JUDITH CHRISTIANO 56 Rollinson Street, West Orange, N. J. Mojor Spanish Minor: English Newman Club 3,4; La Tertulia Esponolo 1,2,3,4; English Club 2; to Compono 3,4; SEAM 3. ANTHONY JOSEPH CICALESE 28 Orchard Place, Irvington, N. J. Major: Industrial Arts Minor: Industrial Arts Agora 2,3,4; Industrial Arts Guild 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 2; Newman Club 1,2,3,4; Players 1,2, Construction Chairman I; Closs Council Repre- sentative 1,2,3; Citizenship Committee 2,3; Intromurols 2,3,4. A. FRANCES CICCONE 3 Berkeley Heights Pork, Bloomfield, N. J. Mojor: Home Economics Minor: Home Economics Dolphac 2,3,4; Sigma Eto Sigma 2,3,4; Home Economics Club 2,3,4. RICHARD CLARKE RD 3, Sussex, N. J. Mojor: English Minor: History; Politicol Science Future Teachers of America 1,2; Forum 1,2, Treasurer 2; English Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, President 4; Montc orion 3; Quarterly 3,4; to Compono 3,4, Literory Editor 4; Aidornio 2,3,4, President 4. RUSSELL C. CLARKE 50 S. Arlington Avenue, East Orange, N. J. Major: Social Studies Minor English Agoro 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Montc orion 2,3,4, Features Editor 3; Tribe 1,2,3,4. Page 182 JULIA CLINE Mountain Avenue, Rl. 1, llllle Falls, N. J. Ma or: English Minor. Physical Education ROSALIE CONTRINO 46 Powder Mill Lane, Oakland, N. J. Mo or Social Studies Minor Geography Gomma Theto Upsilon 2,3,4; Clio 2,3,4; WAA 1,2,3; Rohwec 1; Demo- erotic Club 1. JEAN COSCHIGNANO 89 Lower Notch Rood, Little Falls, N. J. Mo or Social Studies Minor: Latin Citizenship Committee 2,3,4, Recording Secretory 4; Rohwec 3,4, Treasurer 4; Newman Club 1,2,3,4, Lioison Representative 3; Ployers 2,3,4; Eto Sigma Phi 3,4; IRC 1,2,3,4, Vice President 3; Clio 2,3,4, Secretory 4, Lioison 3; Inter Nos 2,3,4; State Citizenship Conference 2,3,4; Notionol Citizenship Conference 4. DONALD E. COVERT 29 Durand Place, Irvington 1 1, N. J. Mo or Music Mwor Music Choir 1,2,3,4; Opera Workshop 1,2,3,4, SecreloryTreosurer 2; Forum 1,2, Liaison Representative 2; Christion Fellowship 1,2; Phi lambda Pi 2,3,4, Recording Secretory 4; Men in Music 2; Bowling Teom 2,3,4. GLORIETTE MADGE CURTIS 37 Wilcox Avenue, East Orange, N. J. Mo(or Secretoriol Studies Minor Social Business; Physicol Educotion Cheerleoders 1,2,3,4, Co-Coptoin 3,4; Epsilon Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,4, Treosurer 2, Liaison Representolive 3; Modern Donee 1,2,3,4, Trees- urer 1; Boosters 1,2,3,4; la Compono 3,4, Photography Staff 3,4, Cap- tions Staff 4; Sigmo Delta Pi 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, President 4; Business Educotion Workshop 2,3,4; WAA 1,2; Players 4; Commuters Review, Choreogrophy Director 3; Phi Gamma Tau 1,2,3,4, Hisforion 2, Vice President 3. CAROLE R. DANGELO 2550 Linn Avenue, Union, N. J. Mo;or Secretarial Studies Minor Social Business Epsilon Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,4; Newmon Club 1,2,3,4, Corresponding Sec- retory 3; Sigma Delta Pi 2,3,4, Treasurer 3,4; Delta Theto Psi 2,3,4, President 3,4. EUGENE E. DAVIS, JR. 39 Chorles Street, Jersey City, N. J. Mojor industrial Arts Minor Industrial Arts Indutlriol Arts Guild 1,2,3,4; Vets Club 1,2,3,4. ADRIENNE C DE CICCO 303 South 11th Street, Newark 3, N. J. Mojor Sponiih Minor English Players 1,2,3,4; Newmon Club 1,2,3; Kappo Rho Upsilon 1,2,3,4, Sec- rotary 3,4; Dolphoc 2,3,4, Liaison Representative 3,4; Spanish Club 1,2,3,4; Citizenship Committee 1.2; lo Compono 4. DOROTHY E. DEISINGER 30 East 2nd Street, Moorcstown, N. J. Motor Social Studies Minor latin Clio 2,3; Citizenship Committee 1; Inter Not 2,3.4, liaison Repre- tonlotive 3,4, Elo Sigma Phi 3,4; Dorm Show 3. VINCENT DEIAND 116 Fronklin Street, Belleville. N. J. Mofor Biological Science Minor Physical Science Golf Teom 1,2.3.4, Co Coploin 4. MARYANN EILEN DEIANEY 140 Davenport Street, Somerville, N. J. Mo or English Minor Sociol Studies Newman Club 1.2; WAA 1.2: English Club 1.2,3,4, ProiidenI 2,3; Mu Siqmo 2,3,4, PreiidenI 3. FRANCES OEIUKE 22 Mountain Avenue, Summit, H. J Ma,or English Minor Social Studies Aldornio 3.4; English Club 3.4; Kappa Delia Pi 3.4. DOMINICA DEPASQUALE 19 Kinderkomock Rood, Montvole, N. J. Mo or: Social Studies Minor. Geography Delta Omicron Pi 1,2,3,4; Newmon Club 1,2,3,4; Monfc orion 1,2; Modern Donee 1; English Club 2; Ployers 2; Choir 3; Dorm Show 3. DONALD DEWLOW 119 Church Terroce, Newark 5, N. J. Moior. Social Studies Minor: Speech Toble Tennis 1,2,3,4; Players 2; Monfc orion 2,3; Sigmo Alpho Elo 3,4; Tou Sigmo Delto 3.4; International Relations Club 2,3. FREDERICK I. DIMUCCIO 42 Willow Rood, Summit, N. J. Mo or Industrial Arts Minor Industriol Arts Industrial Arts Guild 1,2,3,4; Epsilon Pi Tou 3,4; Koppo Delia Pi 3,4; Vets Club 1,2,3,4. BART DIPAOIA 343 Mason Avenue, Holedon, N. J. Mojor,- Accounting Minor: Physical Education BETTE FEITEISON DISTLER 174 Midlond Place, Newark. N. J. Mofor; Speech Minor English Players 2,3,4; Sigma Alpho Eto 1,2,3,4; Monlcforion 1,2,3. GABRIEllA DMITZAK 1 134 louiso Street, Elizabeth, N. J. Mo orr Speech Minor: English LENA A. DOLASCO 101 Elliott Ploce, Eost Oronge, N. J. Mo|or Secretoriol Studies Minor: Accounting, Sociol Business Epsilon Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,4, Vice President 2; Pi Omego Pi 3,4, Presi- dent 4; Newmon Club 1,2,3,4; WAA 1,2; New Jersey Business Educa- tion Workshop 1,2,3,4, Co-Choirmon 3. MARIE ELAINE DOICEMASCOLO 162 Prospect Street, Gorfield, N. J. Mo or Mothemotics Minor: English Monfc orion 1,2,3,4, Circulolion Editor 2,3,4; lo Compono 3,4. Photog- raphy Editor 4; Citizenship Committee 2,3; Sigmo Delta Pi 3,4; Boosters 4; Sigmo Phi Mu 1,2; Newmon Club 1,2; WAA 1; Commuters Review 4. ROBERT J. DOLL 13 Marion Avenue, Nework 6, N. J. Mo or Social Studies Minor English Newman Club 1.2,3,4, Treasurer 2, President 3; SGA 2,4. AtsittonI Treasurer 2, Treosurer 4; Senole 2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Kappo Delto Pi 3.4; Rohwec 2,3,4; Board of Directors, Focully-Sludent Coop 3; Clots of ' 58, Treosurer 1; lo Compono 2,3.4. Business Monoger 2.3.4; Monf clarion 3. Business Manager 3; Who ' s Who 4. DALE M. DOUGLASS Bo» 55. Pitlstown, N. J. Major Mothemotics Minor Social Studies Delia Omicron Pi 1.2,3,4, Treosurer 2; Clots Trooturer 3.4; Aphettvon 2.3,4, Dolphoc 3,4; Sigmo Phi Mu 1.2. BARBARA ANNE DOWNS 347 Sunset Rood. Pompton Ploins. N. J. Mofor Molhemolici Minor Sociol Business Sigma Phi Mu 1,2,3,4. JOANNE DUNN 63 Catlin Rood. Franklin, N. J. Motor Mathematics Minor Accounting Aphetleon 2,3,4. lioiton Repietentotive 3, Oello Omicion Pi J,J.4. JAMES DWYER 1137 Fonny Street. Eliiobeth. N. J. Moicr Sociol Studiei Minor Geogrophy Koppo Delto Pi 3.4. ProtidonI 3.4, Clou P.»..dent 7, SOA 3, Jenole 1.2 3 4, MAC 3.4, Rohwec 3.4, Gommo Theto Upiilon 3.4, Co-CKolr. mon of Spring Cornlvol J; Semi Centenn.ol Committee 3.4, Boikelbolt 1.2, Newmon Club I.J.3.4, Veil Cluh I J 3 4 Who . Who 4 Poge )83 MARY LOUISE EGERT 37 Atoo Avenue, Morristown, N. J. Major: Secretarial Studies Minor: Social Business, Accounting Koppo Delta Pi 4; Pi Omega Pi 2,3,4, Corresponding Secretary 3; Ctiristian Fellowship 1,2,3,4; College Band 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3; Little Concert Bond 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3; Orchestra 3,4; WAA 1,2,3; Epsilon Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,4. NANCY ELTING 100 Bottin Rood, Fair Haven, N. J. Major: Speech Minor. English SGA Representative 1, Corresponding Secretary 2; Players 1,2,3,4; Kappa Rho Upsilon 1,2,3,4; Sigma Delta Pi 1,2,3,4; Sigma Alpha Eta 1,2,3,4; Dorm Show 1,2,3, Director 3. GEORGE RONALD EVERETT 233 North Pork Street, East Orange, N. J. Major: Business Education, Accounting Minor, Social Business, Political Science Football 1; Student Education Association 1,2,3,4; Track 2; Epsilon Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,4; Boosters 2,3. ANNA MARIE FABRIZIO 751 Highland Avenue, Ne Major: Mathematics Minor: Social Studies Moth Club 1,2,3,4; Newrt Choir 1. an Club 2,3,4; Quarterly 2,3,4; A Cappella CHARLES FALCETANO 372 No, 6 Street, Newark, N. J. Ma;or: Business Education, Accounting Minor: Social Business, Physical Education Football 1,3; Agora 2,3,4. VIRGINIA FAUST 103 Raymond Avenue, Rutherford, N. J. Major: Fine Arts Minor: Fine Arts CORINE M. FENNELL 39 Kino Blvd., Mercerville 9, N. J. Major: Biological Science Minor: Physical Science Sigma Eta Sigma 2,3,4; Delta Theta Psi 1,2,3,4, Corresponding Sec- retary 3; Newman Club 1; WAA 1. MARY ANN FERRIGNO 348 Stephens Street, Belleville, N. J. Major: Business Education Minor: Business Education Theta Chi Rho 1,2,3,4, Corresponding Secretary 3; Phi Gamma Tau 2,3,4; Epsilon Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,4; WAA 1. BURTON FINKELSTEIN 101 Huntington Terrace, Newark 12, N. J. Mojor: Social Studies Mirtor: Physical Education Table Tennis 2,3; Cross Country 2; Thucydian Society 3. JOAN FOLCKE 14 Freeman Street, Roseland, N. J. Major: Fine Arts Minor: Fine Arts CHRISTINE FOWLER 343 Mountain Way, Rutherford, N. J. Major: Secretarial Studies Mirror: Social Business, Physical Education Sigma Delta Pi 2,3,4, Corresponding Secretory 4; Boosters 2,3,4; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Phi Gommo Tou 2,3,4, Recording Secretary 4; Epsilon Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,4; la Compono 3,4; Business Education Work- shop 2,3,4. MARGARET FOWLER 36 Monlcloir Avenue, Monlcloir, N. J. Major: Home Economics Minor: Home Economics RICHARD D. FRANK 230 W. Runyon Street, Nework 8, N. J. Major: Industrial Arts Minor: Industrial Arts Senate 3,4; Industrial Arts Guild 1,2,3,4. BETTY FRANKLE 54 Seymour Avenue, Newark, N. J. Major: Social Studies Minor: English Citizenship Committee 1,2,3,4; Players 1,2,3,4, Vice Pr 2,3,4; TV Club 1,2,3,4, Liaison 3,4, Secretary 2,4, Vic President 4. ,ident 4; Clio President 3, RICHARD R. FREY 229 Second Avenue, LyndhursI, N. J. Major: Social Studies Minor: Geography Tau Sigma Delta 2,3,4; Geography Club 1; International Relations Club 1,2. HONORA FRIEDMAN 2801 Boulevard, Jersey City, N. J. Major: Fine Arts Minor Fine Arts HANS O. FRIGO 31-26 Wenonoh Drive, Fair Lawn, N. J. Mojor: Mathematics Minor: Physical Science Senate 2,3,4; Apheslion 2,3,4; Sigma Eta Sigma 2,3,4; Basketball Sr. Manager 3,4; Vets Club 2. KENNETH GANDELL 494 So. 13th Street, Newark 3, N. J. Major: Social Studies Minor Business Education, Accounting CAROL KATON GANEK 133 Roland Avenue, South Orange, N. J. Major: Home Economics Minor: Home Economics Players 1; Home Economics Club 2,3,4; Sigma Eto Sigma 2,3,4. DONALD E. GAVIN 99 Highland Avenue, Newark, N. J. Major: Industrial Arts Minor: Industrial Arts Koppo Delto Pi 3,4; Epsilon Pi Tou 3,4; Industrial Arts 1,2,3,4; Vets Association 1,2,3,4. HARFORD A. GIBBS 219 Alexander Avenue, Upper Montclair, N. J. Major: Social Studies Minor: Physical Education Football 1,2,3,4; Tribe 2,3; 30 Club 1,2,3; Senate 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3. DIANE GIBELLO 135 Montgomery Place, Poterson, N. J. Mojor: English Minor: Social Studies JERRY GIBLIN 54 Johnson Avenue, Kearny, N. J. Ma;or: English Minor: Social Studies EMILIE JEAN GIERING 69 Bloomfield Street, Hoboken, N. J. Major: Secretarial Studies Minor: Social Business, Accounting Epsilon Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,4, Secretory 3,4; Pi On tory 3; Newman Club 3,4; NJBEA 3,4; EBTA 4. Pi 2,3,4, Seer. PHYLLIS GIERING 71 Bloomfield Street, Hoboken, N. J. Major: Social Studies Minor: Secretarial Studies Rohwec 3,4, Recording Secretary 3; Ne NJBEA 3. an Club 2,3; Clio 2,3,4; CAROL A. GIEZENDANNER 122 - 66th Street, West New York, N. J. Mojor: Social Studies Minor: Speech Newman Club 1,2,3; Sigma Alpha Eto 2,3,4; Koppo Rho Upsilon 1,2, 3,4; Sigma Delta Pi 1,2,3,4; Players 1,4; Citizenship Committee 1; Carnival Committee 2; Who ' s Who 4. Page 184 BARBARA WARREN GIRION 1499 Village Rood, Union, N. J. Major: Sociol Studies Minor English Delto Omicron Pi 2; Dolphoc 2,3,4; Modern Dance 2,3, Vice Presidenl 2; Clio 2,3,4. WILLIAM GOLD 119 Chestnut Street, Montcloir, N. J. Major: Business Educotion, Accounting Minor Secretariol Studies DONALD GRAESSLE 80 Millbonk Street, Lodi, N. J. Major: Mothemotics Minor Physical Science Aphesteon 2,3,4, President 3,4; Koppo Delta Pi 3,4, Treasurer 3,4; Moth Club 1,2,3,4; Vets Club 1,2,3,4. KENNETH E. GRIECO 75 Columbus Avenue, Montcloir, N. J. Major: Mathematics Minor Physical Science Moth Club 2,3,4; Vets Club 2,3,4. DAVID GRIFFITHS 192 Broodwoy, Newark, N, J. Mo or Physical Science Minor: Biological Science SELMA GRUENBERG 63 Concord Street, Clifton, N. J. Major: Fine Arts Minor. " Fine Arts CHRISTL GRUNDIG 63 Mognolio Avenue, Hillsdale, N. J. Major: Spanish Minor: English JOHN R. GUARDIANO 6014 Palisade Avenue, West New York, N. J. Mojor Music Minor: Music College Bond 1,2,3,4, Presidenl 1; College Orchestra 1,2, Secretary 1; College Choir 2; MOC 1; Vels Club 2; MSTC Symphonic Bond 3. LEONA GUTTMAN 576 East 26th Street, Polerson, N. J. Major Business Educotion, Accounting Minor English French Club 1; Epsilon Mu Epsilon 2,3,4; Pi Omega Pi 3,4; Slor of Dovid Fellowship 4. RUTH HAAS 50 Potion Drive, Bloomfield, N. J. Mo or Social Studies Minor Speech Rohwec 2,3,4, Vice President 3; Sigma Alpho Eta 2,3,4; Ployers 1,2, 3,4, Costume Crew Head 2; Dolphoc 3,4; to Compono 3,4; Mont cforion 4. LENORE GREENFIELD HALPER Poromounl Gordeni, 17 Riverside Drive, Cronford, N. J, Major English Minor Speech, Elementary Educotion Thelo Chi Rho 1,2; English Club 3,4; Sigma Alpho Elo 1,2,3. ALBERT HEIN 81 1 locust Street, Rosolle Pork, N. J. Major Mothemotics Minor English ROBERT WILLIAM HELLER 34 Williom Street, East Oronge, N. J. Mofor Industrial Arts Mrnor Induslriol Arts, Political Science Sonolo 1,2,3,4, Hislorion 2. Treasurer 3, President 4; Veterans ' Club 1,2,3,4, Booster Association 2,3; Epsilon Pi Tou 2,3,4; Koppo Delto Pi 4, Industriol Arts Club 1,2,3,4, Vice President 1,2; Ciliianship Com- mittee 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 2, Chairmon 3, Chairman EiORIcIo 4, Mon(. clorion 2,3; SCA Represenlolivo 2,4, Club Committee 3. ELLEN RUTH HENNIG 29 North 7th Street, Polerson, N. J. Major: French Minor History, English French Club 1,2,3,4; English Club 3,4; Modern Donee. JACQUELINE HILA 28 Hermann Avenue, Corteret, N. J. Major: English Minor: Secretarial Studies Dolphoc 2,3,4; English Club 1,2; Citizenship Committee 1,2; Newman Club 1,2,3,4; Epsilon Mu Epsilon 1,2. DAVID E. HORDYKE 1320B Clifton Avenue, Clifton, N. J. Major Social Studies Minor: Speech, English Liaison Committee SGA 2,3,4, Choirmon 3,4; Phi lombdo Pi 2,3,4. Liaison Representative 3,4; Mens Dorm Council 2,3,4, Presidenl 2,3, 4; Veterons ' Club 1,2,3,4, Lioison Represenlotive 2,3; Monfc orion 1,2; Forum 1,2; Koppo Delto Pi 3,4; Rohwec 3,4; Sigmo Alpha Eto 2,3,4; Who ' s Who 4. SHIRLEY HUNTER 344 Willow Avenue, LyndhursI, N. J. Major: Speech Minor; English JOSEPHINE M. lACONO 69 New Street, Hockensock, N. J. Mojor Social Studies Minor Physical Educotion Citizenship CommiMee 3,4; Clio 2,3,4, Secretory 3, Presidenl 4, SEAM 1,2,3,4; Women ' s .athletic Associotion 1,2,3,4, Commuters ' Re- view 2,3,4, Modern Dance Club 4, Co-Choirman Senior Assembly 4, Democratic Committee 3,4, Rohwec 4. JANICE A. JABLIN 43 Crone Avenue, Rutherford, N. J. Major Business Education Minor Business Educotion Modern Dance Club 1,2, Treasurer 2, Future Teochers of Americo 1,2, Epsilon Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,4, Pi Omego Pi 3,4, Recording Secretary 4. GEORGE W. JACKSON, JR. 197 Grove Avenue, Woodbridge, N. J. Major: Music Minor: Music Bond 1,2,3,4, Orchestra 1,2,3,4, Choir 2, Bross Ensign 3.4. AIDONA JACKUBOSKY 308 Eost Jersey Sirect, Elizobeth, N. J. Mo)or; Mathematics Minor Physicol Science Sigmo Elo Sigma 2; Mothemotics Club 2,3,4, Newmon Club 1, WAA 1. GREGORY HENRY JANES 1 1 Roosevelt Street, North Arlington, N. J. Mo or Biological Science Minor Physicol Science Sigmo Eto Sigma 1,2,3,4, Baseball 1, Football Manager 2,3. LYNN RUTH JANICKER 224 Woshington Rood, Soyreville, N. J. Major Speech Minor: English Sigmo Alpho Elo 2,3,4; Koppo Delta Pi 3,4; Players 3,4. ROBERT ARNOLD JANICKER 224 Washington Rood, Soyreville, N. J. Mo|or Industrial Arts Minor Industriol Arts Vets Club 1,2,3,4; Industriol Arts Guild 1,2,3,4, Liaison Offlcer. MARLENE JOARSKY 491 Summer Avenue, Newark, N. J. Mofor Biologicol Science Minor: Physical Science Sigma Eto Sigma 2,3.4. Corresponding Secretory 3, Theto Chi Rho 3,4. CERAIDINE ANN HENNEBERRY 18 Mead Street, Newark 6, N. J. Major Social Studies M.nor English Newman Club 1,2,3,4, Players 2; Clio 2,3,4, Rohwec 3,4. Correspond ing Secretory 4; IRC 2. REUBEN JOHNSON, JR. 8 Sheffield Drive, Nework, N. J. Mojor Biological Science Minor Physical Science Cross Country 1.2, Track 1,2, Tribe 1,7,3,4, Senate 1.2,3,4, Sigmo tto Sigma 2,3,4, Dorm Committee Secretary 7 Pag» 185 DONALD R. JONES 93 Prospect Avenue, Irvinglon, N. J, Major: Physical Science Minor Biological Science Sigma Eta Sigma 1,2,3,4; Trock Team La Campono 4. MURIEL ESTELLE JONES 437 Broad Avenue, Palisades Pork, N. J. Major: English Minor. Social Studies RICHARD T. JONES 42 Washington Avenue, Chatham, N. J. Major: Mathematics Minor. Physical Education Varsity Football 1,2,3; Thirty Club 1,2,3; Mathe MARGUERITE M. JUDGE 128 Walnut Street, Nutley, N. J. Major. Social Studies Minor: Accounting I.R.C. 1,2,3; Players 2,3,4; Newi 2,3,4; Clio 2,3,4. 1,2; Vets Ass. Club 1,2; Citizenship Co THOMAS J. JUDGE 162 Ellery Avenue, Newark, N. J. Maior; Business Education Minor: Business Education Vets Club 1,2,3,4. BEATRICE KAYSER 839 Willow Avenue, Hoboken, N. J. Major English Minor. Secretarial Studies DAVID KIESERMAN 23 North Raleigh Avenue, Atlantic City, N. J. Mojor Speech Minor. English Players 2,3,4, Business Manager 4; Koppo Delia PI 3,4; Sigma Alpha Eta 2,3,4; Montc orion 2,3,4, Features Editor 3,4; to Compona 4; Stor of David 3; Senior Assembly Director 4. THEODORE KENT 71 Devon Street, North Arlington, N. J. Major; Social Studies Minor: Accounting ANNABEL KERCHNER 8 Vincent Place, Montclair, N. J. Major. French Minor Mathematics, Elementary Education Le Cercle Francois 1,2,3,4; Moth Club 2,3,4. FRANK KLAUS 950 Orodell Avenue, Oradell, N. J. Maior Industrial Arts Minor: Mathematics ALAN J. KLEIN 433 Elmwood Avenue, Maplewood, N. ). Mojor, Science Minor: Science Sigma Eta Sigma. FREDA J. KLEIN Big Piece Road, Caldwell Township, N. J. Mojor. Home Economics Minor Home Economics Home Economics Club 2,3,4; Sigma Elo Sign Commuters ' Review 2. ROBERT KLOTZ 135 Fulton Avenue, Je Mojor; English Minor Mathematics 2,3,4; Mu Sigma 2,3,4; ey City, N. J. ELIZABETH KNAKIEWICZ 35 Jackson Street, Newark, N. J. Major. Fine Arts Minor: Fine Arts ARLINE KOSKO 40 Grove Street, Little Falls, N. J. Major; Social Studies Minor: English I.R.C. 1,2,3, Treasurer 2, Corresponding Secretary 3; Clio 2,3,4, Treas- urer 4; Players 2,3,4; Citizenship Committee 2,3,4, Historian 4; Who ' s Who 4. MIRIAM KRAEMER 480 Eost 31st Street, Poterson, N. J. Mojor: English Minor: Speech ROBERT PAUL KRAMER 165 Center Avenue, Secoucus, N. J. Major; Social Studies Minor: Spanish Tau Sigma Delta 2,3,4; Thucydlon Society 3,4, Corresponding Secre- tary 3, Liaison Representative 4; SEAM 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 2; Com- muters ' Review 3,4; Spanish Club 1,2,3. ALEXANDER KRENICKI 64 Lester Street, Wollington, N. J. Major; Industrial Arts Minor Industrial Arts Choir 1; Veterans ' Association 1,2,3,4, Vice President 3, President 4, Industrial Arts Guild 1,2,3,4, President 3; New Jersey Industrial Arts Assn. 1,2,3,4; Am. Industrial Arts Assn. 1,2,3,4; New Jersey Collegiate Veterans ' Assn. 2,3,4, Cholrmon 3; Cornivol 1,2,3; Head Footbo ' l Manager 2,3; Semi-Cenlennlol Committee 3,4; Agora 2,3,4, President 3; Kappo Delta Pi 3,4; Who ' s Who 4; SGA Vice President 4. F. RICHARD KURNER 21 Walter Street, Bloomfield, N. J. Major; Business Education Minor: Political Science Tau Sigma Delta 2,3,4, Treasurer 3; Booster Association 2,3,4, Treas- urer 3; Epsilon Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,4; Veterans ' Association 1,2,3,4; NJBEA. ANGELINA LAMPROS 530 Springfield Avenue, Newark 3, N. J. Mojor; Science Minor: Science Chess Club, Secretory-Treasurer 1. GAIL G. LANG 10 Roosevelt Place, Montclair, N. J. Mojor Social Studies Minor; English Dolphoc 3,4, Vice-President 3,4; Phi Gamma Tou 3,4; La Compona 3,4; Carnival 2, Program Cholrmon; Class Representotive 2,3; Fencing 2; Citizenship Committee 3; Clio 1. ELLEN M. LARCOM Box 58, Porsippony, N. J. Mojor; Social Studies Minor; Lotin Clio 2,3,4; Inter Nos 2,3,4, Vice President 3, President 4; Eta Sigma Phi 3,4, Secretory 3; Citizenship Committee 4; WAA 1. PETER LARDIERI 97 High Street, Newark, N. J. Mojor: Accounting and Business Minor: Social Business, Political Science FRED VINCENT LA ROCCA 31 Springdole Avenue, Newark, N. J. Mojor; Social Studies Minor Physical Education Veterans ' Club 1,2,3,4. PRUDENCE LA TORRACA 39 North 10th Street, Newark 7, N. J, Mojor; English Minor; Secretoriol Studies English Club 1,2,3, Secretary 4; Quarterly 3,4; Newman Club 4. BEVERLY ANNE LATRONICA 444 Wilfred Terrace, Cliffside Park, N. J. Major: English Minor: Biological Science, Elementary Educotion Newman Club 1; English Club 1; Kappa Rho Epsilon 1,2,3,4, Vice President 3; SIgmo Eta Sigma 2,3,4; Sigma Delta Pi 2,3,4; Dorm Show 1,2; Twirlers 1,2,3,4, Captain 3,4; la Compona Staff, Assistant Typing Editor 4. HARRY LAUER 1026 Bergen Street, Newark, N. J. Major: English Minor- Speech to Compona 3,4; Koppo Dello Pi 4; Aldornio 3,4; Sigma Alpha Eta 2,3,4; Phi Lambda Pi 3,4; Montc orion 2,3; Quarterly 2,3,4; Dormitory Council 2,3,4; Who ' s Who 4. Page 186 ,2; Cornivol, Art Cd JUNE CAROLE LAUGHUN 247 Van Dorn Street, Keyport, N. J. Mo or Secretarial Studies Minor English Koppa Rho Upsllon 2,3,4, Vice President 4; Dalphac 2,3,4; Derm Show 1,2,3, Script Committee 3; Christian Fellowship 1,2, Liaison 2 Epsllon Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,4. PATRICIA MARY LEASE 232 Bloomfleld Avenue, Iselln, N. J. A1o|or Fine Arts Minor Fine Arts Newman Club 1,2; Citizenship Comm Cholrman 3; Delta Theto PsI 2,3,4, Liaison 2. NANCY LEITNER 102 Chestnut Ridge Rood, Monlvole, N. J. Major: Spanish Minor: English STANLEY LEWANDOWSKI 93 Heodley Terrace, Irvington 1 1, N. J. Moior Music Minor Music College Choir 3,4; College Band 1,2.3,4; Symphonic Bond 2,3,4; College Orchestro 3,4; Veterons ' Club 2,3,4; MENC 1,2,3,4; Kopp:: Delta Pi 3,4. ARLYNE KATCHER IIEBESKIND 502 Brinley Avenue, Bradley Beoch, N. J. Mo or Social Studies Minor. English V ILLIAM CHARLES LIESS 68 Seventh Street, Ridgefreld Pork, N. J. Mojor Social Studies Minor: Geography Social Studies Free Thought 1,2; Tau Sigma Delta 2,3,4, Secretary 3; Gommo Theta Upsilon 2,3,4, Liaison 3,4; AV 3,4. MARIA GRACE LISOCKY 489 South 15lh Street, Nework 3, N. J. Mo or Social Studies Mirtor English Clio 2,3,4; Newmon Club 3,4; lo Compano 4. ODILLA POL1 LINDSTROM 75 South Morrison Street, East Orange, N. J. Mo, or French Minor: Latin Cercle Francois 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3,4; Inter Nos 2,3,4; Eta Sigma Phi 3,4, Treosurer 3,4. HERMAN M. LOEB 131 Post Avenue, lyndhursl, N. J. Maior Music Minor Music Orchestro 1,2,3,4, Vice President 3; Bond 1,2,3,4; Choir 3,4; MSTC Wind Ensemble 2,3,4; MENC 3,4; Veterans Assoc. 3,4. CARMINE ANTHONY lOFFREDO 79 North 22nd Street, EosI Orongc, N. J. Major Social Studies Minor English Tou Sigmo Dello 2,3,4, Treosurer 2, Vi Preiidoni 3; Thucydion Society 3,4. idcnt 3; Rohwec 3,4, JOHN B. MACCHIONE 56 Monner Avenue, Garfield, N. J. Major: Science Minor Science, Mothemolics Phi Lambda Pi 2,3,4, Vice President 3; Sigmo Eto Sigma 1,2,3,4, Pros, ideni 2,3; Vetoroni Assoc. 1,2,3,4, Corresponding Secretory 2; Boost • r ' s Assoc. 2,3,4. President 3; Chess Club 1, President 1, Semi- centennial Committee 3,4; Who ' s Who 4. CYNTHIA H. MAC INTIRE lOe Dolton Street, Roselle Park, N. J. Mofor English Minor Speech, Elementary Education Siqmo Delta Pi 2,3,4, Sigmo Alpho Eto 2.3.4; Boosters 2,3; Dorm Show Committee 3; Dorm Show 1,2,3. to Compono 4; lioison Com miltee 3,4; Dorm Council 2; Cornivol Ticket Choirmon 3. ANTHONY JOHN MAIAKAS 26 Cortland Street, Nework, N. J. Mofor Industrial Arts Minor Industrial Arts Aqoro 2,3.4; Newmon Club 1,2; Veterons Club 22.214.171.124, Epsilon Pi Tou 3,4, Industrial Arts Ciuld 1,2,3. Vice President 4. DENNIS MAMCHUR 29 Davis Street, Horrison, N. J. Major: Science Minor: Science Basketboll 1,2,3,4; Sigmo Eta Sigmo 3,4; Phi Lombdo Pi 2,3,4; FTA 1; Tribe 2,3,4. JOAN BARBARA MARKOWSKY 63 Plymouth Street, Newark 6, N. J. Major: Home Economics Minor: Home Economics Sigma Delto Pi 2,3,4; Twirlers 2,3,4; Home Economics Club 2,3,4. VIRGINIA MAROOTIAN 162 Gould Avenue, Poterson 3, N. J. Mo or: English Minor: Physical Science Montc orion, Inquiring Reporter 2,3,4; lo Campono, Secretory 4; Dol- phoc 3,4; Sigmo Eto Sigma 3,4; Commuters ' Revue 2; SEAM 2,3,4, One Act Plays 3. VIRGILIO I. MARROCCHINO 396 20th Avenue, Poterson, N. J. Mo,or: lolin Minor: Geogrophy Tou Sigmo Delta 2,3,4, Liaison 3; Inter Nos 2,3,4, Eto Sigmo Phi 3,4. RAYMOND MARTY 427 Kenizen Blvd., Nework, N. J. Major Accounting Minor: Social Studies HENRY H. MATELSON 444 E. 35th Street, Poterson 4, N. J. Major: Accounting Minor: Social Business, Geography, Elementary Education FTA 1, Treasurer 1, Epsilon Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,4; Director of Sports Publicity 2,3,4. MARILYN J. MAYKOV1CH 26 Lo Solle Avenue, Clifton, N. J. Major: English Minor: Secretoriol Studies, Elementary Education English Club 1,2,3,4; WAA 1,2. BARBARA MAZZA 313 Clifton Avenue, Newark, N. J. Major Mathematics Minor English ROGER MAZZELLA 68 Thomas Street, Bloomfleld, N. J. Major: Social Studies Minor: English Boscboll 2,3,4; Basketball 3,4; Agora 3,4; Tribe 2,3,4. EDWIN H McCABE, JR. 1 Spencer Rood, Glen Ridge, N. J. Mofor Music Minor Music Symphonic Bond 2,3,4; Gcnerol Concert Bond 1,2.3.4; Orchestra 1.2, 3,4, Secretory 2,3, Publicity 3,4; Choir 1,2,3.4, President 3.4, Phi Sigmo Epsilon 2.3,4, Secretory 2, Treosurer 3; MENC 126.96.36.199. Record- ing Secretory 3,4, MOC 3,4, lioison 3.4, Christion Fellowship 2.3. PAUL McCABE 3 Vincent Court, Newark, N. J. Major Accounting Minor Business PATRICIA KlIEM McCUTCHEON 1132 Solem Avenue, Hillside 5, N. J. Major: English Minor latin English Club 1,2, Croolive Writing Club 2,3,4, Secretory 3, Eto Si;mo Phi 2,3,4, liaison ond Corrsiponding Secretory, Koppo Delta H 3,4, Aldornio 2.3.4. lioison 3, lo Compono Coplioni Editor 4. ROBERT McCEE 565 Harrison Aver Mofor Science Minor: Science ison. N. J. JOHN J. McHUGH 48B Summer Avenue. Newark 4. N. J. MofOr Social Studies Minor Physical Education Veterans Club 188.8.131.52. Pag» 187 JEWEL MdVERS 878 Devon Street, Keorny, N. J. Major: Englisti Minor. Secretarial Studies Dolphac 2,3,4, Corresponding Secretary 3; Phi Gamma Tau 2,3,4, Vice President 3; Players 1; Newman Club 2; English Club 3. BARBARA CLAIRE McSHERRY 72 70th Street, Guttenberg, N. J, Ala or. Fine Arts Minor Fine Arts, Elementary Education Kappa Rho Upsilon 1,2,3,4, Recording Secretary 1,2,3, Historian 3,4; Sigma Delta Pi 1,2,3,4; Carnival Advertisement Chairman 1; Dormi- tory Campus Representative 1,2; Society of Art Educators at MSTC 1,2,3,4; Art Council 4; to Campono Art Staff 4; Citizenship Commit- tee 1. PETER L. MEEKER 108 Ninth Avenue, Seaside Park, N. J. Major: Science Minor: Science, Mathematics Senate 1,2,3,4, Historian 3; Sigma Eta Sigma 3,4; Tribe 1,2, President 2; ■■30 " Club 1,2,3; Football 1,2,3. ELENA MENNELLA 385 Michigan Avenue, Paterson 3, t Mojor Home Economics Minor: Home Economics Home Economics Club 2,3,4; Sign muters Revue 2,3,4. Eta Sigma 2,3; WAA 2; Corr PASQUALE MIANO 1034A Franklin Avenue, Newark, N. J. Major: Mathematics Minor: Science RALPH R. MIANO 1034A Franklin Avenue, Newark 7, N. J. Major: Science Minor. Science Golf Team 1,2,3,4; Sigma Eta Sigma 2,3,4; Senate 3,4; Intramural Sports 3,4. HELENA MOKRAY 93 Winkle Avenue, Wallington, N. J. Major: Home Economics Cor nuter Club 2,3,4; Sigma Eta Sigma 3,4; FTA I; WAA 2; ; 2,3. ARLENE E. MOLNAR 159 Homilton Avenue, Clifton, N. J. Mojor: Mathematics Minor: Physical Science, Elementary Education Mathematics Club 1,2,3,4; Sigma Phi Mu; FTA 1; Sigma Eta Sigma 3,4; Newman Club 4. ANGELA MONTI 15 E. 20th Street, Paterson, N. J. Major: French Minor: English Le Cercle Francois 1,2,3,4; English 1; Fencing 1. MARGARET MARY MOORE 103 Ackerman Avenue, East Peterson, N. J. Major: Mathematics Minor: Science Boosters Assoc. 3,4, Treasurer 3; Sigma Eta Sigma 3,4; Sigma Phi Mu 1,2,3,4; Newman Club 1; Lo Campana 4. EILEEN MORAN 18 Park Street, Paterson, N. J. Major: English Minor: Latin HELEN MURPHY 1 Murray Hill Terrace, Bergenfield, N. J. Major: Social Studies Minor: English Clio 2,3,4; Newman Club 2. ERNEST V. MUSMANNO 165 Delacy Avenue, North Ploinfield, N. J. Major: Accounting Minor: Social Business, History Who ' s Who 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3,4; Omega Pi 2,3,4; Phi Lambda Pi 1,2,3,4; Veterans ' Club 1,2,3,4; Montc orion Advertising Mgr. 2; SGA Representative 3; Epsilon Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,4, President I; Carnival Location Co-Chairman 2; Men s Dorm Council 3,4. GEORGE MYERS 314 8th Street, Union City, N. J. Mojor Physical Science Minor: Biological Science Sigma Eta Sigma 2,3,4; Intramural Sports 3,4. NORMA E. NAPOLIELLO 20 Fairway Avenue, Belleville, N. J. Mojor Business Education, Accounting Minor: Social Business, Physical Education Epsilon Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,4; Theto Chi Rho 3,4; Newman Club 1,2,3,4; WAA 1,2; NJBEA 3,4; EBTA 3,4; NJBE Workshop 1,2,3,4. 3n Grove, N. J. RUTH NEIGHBORS 54 Webb Avenue Major: English Minor: Social Studies Kappa Rho Upsilon 2,3,4, Inter-Sorority Representative 3,4; Dolphac 2,3,4; Dorm Show 2,3, Ticket Chairman 3; La Campana 3,4; Players 1,2,3,4, Publicity Chairman 3; Christian Fellowship 1,2; English Club 1. JOAN NICKARIO 28 Lighom Street, Belleville, N. J. Mojor: Business Education Minor: Social Business, English Aldornia 2,3,4; English Club 1,2,3,4; Ploye 2,3,4; Newman Club 4. 1; Epsilon Mu Epsilon THERESA NOORDENBOS R.D. 2, Bloirstown, N. J. Major: Secretarial Studies Minor: English Epsilon Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,4; Pi Omega Pi 3,4; Delta Omicron Pi 2,3,4. JOYCE NORDEN 635 Delaware Avenue, Ridgewood, N. J. Major: Physical Science Minor: Biological Science Sigmo Eto Sigma 2,3,4; Koppo Delta Pi 3,4; Star of David 3,4. ARDEN NORTHROP 71B Donor Avenue, Major: Fine Arts Minor: Fine Arts East Paterson, N. J. ARLENE OBERNESSER 427 - 76lh Street, North Bergen, N. J. Mo or: English Minor: Secretoriol Studies Players 1,2,3,4; Delta Omicron Pi 1,2,3,4, Inter-Sorority Liaison Rep. 3,4; Dolphac 3,4; Newman Club 1; English Club 1,2; Liaison Com- mittee 3; TV Club 1; Dorm Show 2,3. PATRICIA A. OBOYLE 278 Center Rd., Dover, N. J. Mojor: Home Economics Minor: Home Economics JOHN D. ORT 44 Springdale Avenue, East Orange, N. J. Mojor: Social Studies Minor: English RAY OSBORNE 26 Fowler Street, Franklin, N. J. Mojor: Social Studies Minor: Geogrophy Tou Sigma Delta 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2; Fo Ion 1,2,3,4; TV Club 1,2. 1,2; Gommo Theto Ups SAIVATORE V. PALEOLOGO 221 Summit Avenue, Jersey City, N. J. Mo or: Social Studies Minor: Geography Newman Club 1,2; Veterans Association 1,2,3; Rohwec 3,4; Gommo Theto Upsilon 2,3,4; Tou Sigma Delta 2,3,4, Pres. 3,4; Co-Chairman Program Carnival Committee 2. PATRICIA J. PALUCH 17 Carolina Avenue, Newark 6, N. J. Mojor: English Minor: Moth Players 1,2,3,4; La Campana 2,3,4; Koppa Delto Pi 3,4; Aldornia 2,3,4; Sigma Delta Pi 1,2,3,4; War Memorial Fund Board 3,4; STIRIC Plan- ning Board 3, Conference 3; Liaison Committee 3; Shakespeare Club 3; Newman Club 1,2; One Act Ploys 3; Bureou of Student Publications, Chairman 4; Monfclorion 1,2,3,4, Asst. Features Ed. 1, Features Ed. 2, Managing Ed. 3, Editor-in-Chief 3,4; Who ' s Who 4. Page 7 88 PATRICIA L. PANNONE 210 - dO;h Street, West New York, N. J. Wo or English Minor- Physical Education Choir 1; Fencing I; English Club 1,2,3,4; Ploye FTA 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 2, Vice President 3 Ex. 1,2,3,4; WAA 1,2,3,4; GINO PARISI 439 Grove Street, Irv Wo or French Minor. Spanish French Club 1,2,3,4, ington 11, N. J. President 3; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Ployers 2. ROSAIIND PARIAPIANO 128 White Oak Terrace, Belleville, N. J. Major: English Minor. Spanish Monfc orion 1,2,3.4, News Editor 2, Technical Editor 3, Co-Editor-in- Chief 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3,4; Sigma Delta Pi 3,4; Aldornio 2,3,4; lo Compono 3.4; Spanish Club 2,3; Bureau of Student Publicolions 4; Newman Club 1,2; Who ' s Who 4. GEORGE PETINE 142 Orange Avenue, Ir Mo or; Fine Arts Minor: Fine Arts ington, N. J. GEORGE J. PETRELLO 307 Woverly Avenue, Newark, N. J. Major: Accounting Minor; Social Business Epsilon Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,4, President 2; Pi Omega Pi 2,3,4, Vice President 3; Phi Lombdo Pi 2,3,4; Publicity Manoger Football Team 3; 50th Anniversary Committee 3,4; NJBEA; N. J. Business Educolion Workshop 1,2,4, Co-Chairman 3. PATRICIA PHYLLIS PICKEN 1 10 Woodland Avenue, East Orange, N. J. Major; Home Economics Minor; Home Economics Sigmo Dello Pi 1,2,3,4, Vice President 4; Home Economics Club 2,3.4, Treasurer 2; Carnival Publicity Co-Choirman 2; Phi Comma Tau 1,2, 3,4; Sigma Eta Sigma 4, CAROL ANN PATTEN 67 Grant Avenue, For, Mo or: English Minor Social Studi( Honor Board Member Aldornio 3,4; Dolpha Who ' s Who 4. 1,2,3,4, Choirmon 3,4; Newman Club 1,2,3,4; 3,4; Delta Theto Psi 2,3,4; Montcforion 1,2; WILLIAM T. PATZOLD 203 Mounloin Way. Rutherford, N. J. Mo or French Minor; English NATHALIE M. PEPPINGHAUS 188 Lexington Avenue. Poterson 2, N. J. Major English Minor Physical Education English Club 1,2,3,4; WAA 2,3; SEAM 2,3,4, Executive Committee 2. ALBINA PERNA 279 Ridge Street, Newark, N. J. Mo)or Social Studies Minor: English Orchcstro I; WAA 2; Clio 2,3,4. ROSEMARIE PERRI 13 Colgate Rood, Moplcwood, N. J. Major: Spanish Minor Speech Spanish Club 184.108.40.206; Sigma Alpha Eta 2.3,4; Koppo Rho Upsilon 1,2,3,4; Sigmo Delto Pi 2,3,4; Citizenship 1,2,3; Newmon Club 1,2. ANNE M. COYLE PERRONE 218 Florida Street, Elizabeth, N. J. Mo;or Moth Minor English Koppo Rho Upsilon 1,2,3.4, Historion 2.3; Sigma Delta Pi 2,3,4; Koppo Ocllo Pi 3,4; Boosters Club 1,2,3,4; Citizenship Committoc 1,2,3; Dorm Show 1,2,3; Commuters ' Revue 4; Sigmo Phi Mu 1,2,3,4; Lo Campana 1,2,3,4, Aisistonl Photography Editor 4; Monlclarion 1,2,3,4. LOUIS J. PESSOLANO 2540 Hudson Blvd.. Jersey City, N. J. Mo or Fine Arts Minor Fine Arts LOUISE DOROTHEA PETERMAN 272 20lh Irving Street, Ridgowood, N. J. Mofor Mathematics Minor Physical Science and Physical Education Aphostoon 3,4; Koppo Dello Pi 3,4; Sigma Eta Sigmo 2.3,4; Molh Club 1,2,3,4, Troosurer 2, President 3, WAA 1,2,3,4, Treosuror 2, President 3; Inlorvarsity Christian Fellowship 1,2,3,4, Missionary Secretory 4, Ployers 1,2; Mu Sigma 1,2,3,4, Girli Track 3,4. CHARLES F. PETERPAUL 44 Rowland Street, Newark, N. J. Motor Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Guild 4, Newman Club 2; Veterans Club 4. JOAN HELEN PETERSEN 216 lOlh Street. Hoboken. N. J. Maior Molhemolics Minor Latin Sigma Phi Mu 1.2,3.4, Newman Club 1.2.3,4, Ouarlcrlr 3,4, Inter Not 2,3,4, Treasurer 3.4; Eto Sigma Phi 3,4, President 4. MICHAEL R. PINTER 152 Brighton Avenue, Woodbridge, N. J. Major: Music Minor; Music MARY ANN PIRO 149 High Street, Nutley, N. J. Mofor; English Minor: Speech Aldornio 2,3,4; English Club 1,2,3,4; Sigmo Alpha Eto 2,3,4; lo Compona 2,3,4; Newman Club 3,4; Monlc orion 1,2. CATHERINE ALICE PIUSHANSKI Glen Gardner, N. J. Major: English Minor: Soclol Studies ANNETTE LUCILLE POLISENO 69 North Day Street, Orange, N. J. Major English Minor: Social Studies Modern Dance 1, Publicity Manoger SYDELL PORT 1-162 Liberty Avenue, Hillside, N. J. Major: English Minor; Political Science 1; WAA 1.2; FTA 3; SEAM 4 MARY ANN QUILES 32 Union Avenue, Poterson, N. J. Mofor; Secretoriol Studies Minor: Accounting and Social Business Epsilon Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,4; Future Teachers of SANDRA A. RAGNO 122 Belvedere Avenue, Woshington, N. J. Mofor; English Minor; Speech Dolphoc 2,3,4, President 4; Liaison Repress Eta 2,3,4; Aldornio 2,3,4, Vice President 4 Club 1,2, Koppo Rho Upsilon 1,2.3,4; lo Cai Ciliienihip Club 2, Who ' s Who 4. intative 3; Sigma Alpha Players 1.2,3,4, English ipana 4, Literory Stofl 4, WILLIAM REARDON, JR. 257 Seventh Street. Clifton. N. J. Ma|or Social Studies Minor. English Monlclarion 2,3,4, AtsislonI Copy Editor 3. Technical Editor 4, Tou Sigma Delta 2.3.4. Secretory 3, Thucydian Society 3,4. Vice Presidtnl 3, Hislorion 4, SEAM 2,3, lo Compono 4, Boosters 4.5, Class Picsident 4, Who ' s Who 4. JEAN EMILY REHM 836 Dunlewy Street, Asbury Pork. N. J. Motor Secretarial Studies Minor Accounting and Social Business Monlcforion 1,2, Epsilon Mu Epsilon 1,2.3,4, Recording Secretory 3, Future Teachers of Americo 1.2, Pi Omego Pi 2,3,4. Tt osui«f ]| Christian Fellowship 1.2,3,4, to Compono 4, Delta Omicron PI 1.2.1,4. CHARLES H. REITZ 6 Ellis Avenue, Irvinglon, N, J. Motor Sociol Sludiei Minor English Poo T89 FRANK P. RICA 2293 Springfield Avenue, Vauxhall, N. J. Major: Industrial Arts Minor: Physical Education ANGELA RICCHIUTI 2-27 28 Street, Fairlawn, N. J. Major: Biological Science Minor: Physical Science, English Creative Writing 4; Sigma Eta Sigma 1,2,3. CHARLES H. RICHTER 1 102 Cable Avenue, Beachwood, N. J. Major: Social Studies Minor; English CARL E. RICKERSHAUSER, JR. 627 Carlyle Place, Union, N. J. Major: Social Studies Minor: Geography Monfc orion 1,2, Circulation Editor 1,2; Trock 1,2,3,4, Cro-.s Crun ' ry 1,2,3; Forum 1,2; Tau Sigma Delta 2,3,4; Gamma Theta Upiilon 2,3,4; Basketball; Audio-Visual Center 3,4. MARY-JO RIZZOLO 56 Pleasant Avenue, W. Caldwell, N. J. Major: Speech Minor: English AURORA RONCO 208 S. Center, Orange, N. J. Major: English Minor: Physical Education ROBERT F. ROSA 189 Evans Place, Saddle Brook, N. J. Major: English Minor: Accounting Montc arion 3,4, Assistant Sports Editor 4; Footboll 2,3; Thirty Club 2,3; Agora 2,3,4; Basketball 2; Track 2. THOMAS J. ROSAMILIA 74 Hilton Avenue, Maplewood, N. J. Major: Mathematics Minor: Accounting Sigma Phi Mu 1,2,3,4; Tau Sigma Delta. WERNER GEORGE ROSE 1068 Sterling Rood, Union, N. J. Major: Music Minor: Music Orchestra 1 ,2,3,4, President 3,4; Choir 1,2; Band 2,3,4; Musical Organ- izations Commission 2,3,4, Secretary 2,3,4; Music Educators National Conference 1,2,3,4, President 3,4. PATRICIA ANN ROWLAND 368 Saddle River Road, Soddle Brook, N. J. Major: French Minor: English Delta Omicron Pi 1,2,3,4, Corresponding Secretary 2, Vice President 3,4; French Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 1; Dalphoc 3,4. DELLA SALERNO 23rd Street, Kenilworth, N. J. Major: Social Studies Minor: Geography Clio 1,2,3,4; Newman Club 1,2,3; Quarterly 3,4; Commuters Review 2. GERALD SAVIN 38 Essex Street, Irvington, N, J. Major: Business Education Minor: Political Science Baseball Player 2,3; Epsilon Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,4. ARTHUR MICHAEL SCAVONE 275 Littleton Avenue, Nework, N. J. Major: Industrial Arts Minor: Industrial Arts Agora 1,2,3,4, Corresponding Secretary 4; Industrial Arts Guild 1,2, 3,4, Vice President 3,4; Koppa Delta Pi 4; Epsilon Pi Tau 3,4; 30 Club 1,2,3,4, Vice President 3, President 4; Tribe 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2,3. DEBRA SIMON SCHAFFER 510 48th Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Major: English Minor: Physical Education Business Staff for Quarterly 2,3,4; Womens Athletic Association 1,2. LOIS ANNUNCIATA SCHANTZ 326 Madison Avenue, Dumont, New Jersey Ma;or: Business Education Minor: English Theta Chi Rho 2,3,4; Phi Gamma Tau 3,4; Epsilon Mu Epsilon 2,3,4; Commuters Review 3; Newman Club 2,3,4. ARTHUR SCHEMPP, JR. 309 Harrison Avenue, Hosbrouck Heights, N. J. Mojor: Industrial Arts Minor Industrial Arts Baseball 1,2,3; Track 3,4; Basketball 2; Industrial Arts Guild 1,2,3,4. DELORES ELIZABETH SCHIMMEL 65 Kenv Maioi Minoi Cheerle: clarion 1. English Geography Jers 1,2,3,4; Liaison 3,4; Dalphoc 2,3,4; KRU 1,2,3,4; Mont- CONRAD J. SCHMITT 30 Wetmore Avenue, Maplewood, N. J. Major Spanish Minor: French Spanish Club 2,3,4; Newman Club 2; Co DAVID SCHWARTZ 18 Edmonds Place, Newark, Mojor: Accounting Minor Political Science Basketball 1,2; Track 1; Inti Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,4; Star of I nurol Basketball 2; Baseball 3,4; Epsilon vid 4. MYRA SCHWIMMER 175 Oakland Rood, Maplewood, N. J. Major: Fine Arts Minor Fine Arts Montc arion 2,3,4, Reporter 4; Koppo Rho Upsilon 1,2,3,4, Historian 2,3; Sigma Delta Pi 2,3,4, Historian 4; Citizenship Committee 1,2,3, Entertainment 1,2,3; Boosters 1,2,3,4; La Campana 3,4, Photography Staff 3,4, Assistant Typing Editor 4. ROBERT SENKOWSKY, JR. 166 East Grant Avenue, Roselle Pork, N. J. Ma or Industrial Arts Minor: Industrial Arts Agora 2,3,4, Liaison 4; Industrial Arts Guild 1,2,3,4; Players 3; Epsilon Pi Tau 2,3,4, Liaison 3, Vice President 4; Bowling 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1; Tennis 2,3,4; Football 4; Citizenship Committee 2,3,4; Liaison Com- mittee 3,4; Veterans Club 1,2,3,4; Tribe 2,3,4; Class Representative 2,3. ANDREW SERRINO 16 Sunnycrest Court, Little Silver, N. J. Major: Accounting Minor: Secretarial Studies Bond 1; Veterans Club 1,2,3; Pi Omega Pi 2,3,4; Epsilon Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,4. EMILY M. SHARKEY 68 Washington Avenue, Chathom, N. J. Major: Social Studies Minor: English THOMAS J. SHEEHAN 205 New Milford Avenue, Dumont, N. J. Mojor: Business Education Minor English Agora 2,3,4; Footboll 1; Tribe 1,2,3,4; Intro-m Manager 2; Newman Club; Epsilon Mu Epsilon 4. als 1,2; Bosketboll JUDITH SHEVELIN 16-10 Chandler Drive, Fair Lawn, N. J. Mojor: Social Studies Minor: English Clio 2,3,4. ANGELA C. SIGNORE 73 West 54th Street, Bayonne, N. J. Major: Mathematics Minor English Le Cercle Francois 1; Sigma Phi Mu 2,3,4; Ne JOAN N. SINISCAL 453 Beordsley Ave Mojor English Minor: Music Bloomfield, N. J. Page 190 ESTHER SMITH 206 Pork Street, Montclair, N. J, Wo or Speech Minor English Cheerleader 1,2,3,4, Co-coptoin 3; Sigmo Delto Pi 2,3,4; Phi Gommi Tou 2,3,4, Treasurer 3; Modern Donee 1,2,3,4, President 3; Booster 1,2,3,4; Newman Club 1,2; Sigma Alpha Eta 1,2,3,4, Key Membe 2,3,4. ALBERT SOLOMON 18 Morsholl Stree Major: English Minor. Social Studies Tou Sigmo Delto 2,3,4, Pi nglon, N. J. ident 2. JOHN A. SOUSA 452 Lowrence Street, Perth Amboy, N. J. Mo|or Social Studies Minor, Geography Phi Lombdo Pi 2,3,4; Newman Club 1,2,3,4; Veterans Associotion 1,2,3,4; Comma Theto Upsilon 3,4. RITA J. THOMPSON 515 Dickinson Road, Burlington, N. J. Mo or Secretarial Studies Minor. Accounting Delta Theto Psi 1.2,3.4; Pi Omega Pi 2,3,4, Corresponding Secretary 3; Epsilon Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,4. PATRICK A. TOMASULO 16 Emily Avenue, Nutley 10, N. J. Major. Sociol Studies Minor. Geography Agora 2,3,4; Gammo Theto Upsilon 4; Citizenship Committee 3,4; Track ond Field 1; College Band 1; Cross Country 1. JEAN TORRE 141 Elm Street, Nework, N. J. Major. French Minor: Spanish, English Dalphoc 2,3,4; Koppa Delta Pi 3,4, Recording Secretary 3,4; Le Cercle Francois 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 1; Players 1,2,3; Lo Tertulio Esponolo 2,3,4; Citizenship Committee 1,2; Delta Omicron Pi 1,2,3,4. JOHN S. SPEARY 59 Union Avenue, Nutley, N. J. Major Social Studies Minor: Physicol Education GUNA REGINA SPECHTS 5 Broad Street, Elizabeth, N. J. Mo or French Minor Latin Eto Sigma Phi 3,4; Le Cercle Francois 1,2,3,4; Inter Nos 1,2,3,4, Sec- retory 3; Mu Sigmo 1,2,3,4. JULIUS NICHOLAS STANISCI 69 Montague Ploce. Montcloir, N. J. Mo or Business Education Minor Geography Agora 1,2,3,4, Corresponding Secretary 4; Football 1,2,3; Newman Club 1,2,3,4; Baseball 3,4; Veterans Club 1,2,3,4; Gommo Theto Upsilon 3,4; Epsilon Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,4; Tribe 4; 30 Club 2,3. ADRIA GWEN STUHLBACH 119 Meade Avenue, Passaic, N. J. Mo or: Social Studies Minor English Democrotic Club 3,4. JOAN MARIE SULLIVAN 322 67lh Street, West New York, N. J. Motor Sociol Studies Mmor Speech Montc orion 1,2; Dalphoc 2,3,4; Student Government Assn. Class Rep- resentotivc 2,4, Recording Secretary 3; Carnival Co-Choirmon 3; Players 3; Koppa Rho Upsilon 2,3,4, President 3; Rohwec 2,3,4, Liaison Reprocntolivc 2; Sigma Alpho Eta 2,3,4; Kappa Delto Pi 3,4; Who ' s Who 4. JOHN N. TARANTINO 717 Bornol Ploce, Totowo Borough 2, N. J. Motor Music Minor Music Bond 2,3.4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Veleroni Club 2,3,4, MENC 3,4. SAMUEL P. TARRANT 112 1 6lh Avenue, Newark, N. J. Major Induslriol Arts Minor Industrial Arts BARBARA TAYLOR 237 Hamilton Rood, Eatontown, N. J. Mofor Buvinrst Education, Accounting Minor Sccretorial Studios Epsilon Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,4; Class Roproienlotive 3; Track 3,4; Bos hetboll 1. THOMAS B TAYIOR 246 Rodwood Avenue, Polerson, N J. Motor Business Education, Accounting Minor Social Business, Physicol Education RICHARD TAYIOR 81 W. 36 Sirool, Boyonno, N J. Ma,or Science Minor Science Siqmo Etc Sigma 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 2; Cross Country 2,3; Montc ' arion 3,4; Phi Siqmo Epsilon 2,3,4, President 2, Vice President 3. NANCY M. TORSIELLO 388 N 7th Street, Nework, N. J. Major: English Minor: Politicol Science Monfc orion 1 ; Quarterly 3,4; Aldornii 4; to Compono 3. CHARLOTTE TRINCHIERI 619 Ringwood Avenue, Midvole, N. J. Major French Minor English Le Cercle Froncois 1,2,3,4, Vice President 3, President 4; English Club 1,4; Geogrophy Club 1; Modern Donee 1. DANICE JEAN TRINDELl 214 Walnut Street, Montcloir, N. J. Major; Sociol Studies Minor: English Clio 2,3,4; Delta Omicron Pi 2,3,4; Dolphoc 3,4. ROGER THOMAS TRINDELl 214 Wolnut Street, Montclair, N. J. Mojor Social Studies Minor Geography Vets Club 1,2,3,4; Vice President of Sophomore Class; President o( Junior Class; Senate 2,3,4; J.V. Bosketball 2; Student Foculty Co-op 2,3; Monlc orion 2; Citizenship Committee 2,3; Koppa Delto Pi 3.4; Gommo Theto Epsilon 3,4; Who ' s Who 4. MARJORIE RUTH TRITSCH 98 Midlond Boulevard, Maple Major Fine Arts vood, N. J. Citizenship Committee 2,3,4; Art Club 1,2,3,4. 1,2; Delta Omicron Pi 2,3,4; lo Compono DOLORES VAl 19 Ferdon Street, Nework, N. J. Motor: Music Minor: Music KATHRYN VANDERBACH 205 70lh Street, Gultenberg, N. J. Major Home Economics Minor Home Economics Homo Economics Club 2,3,4, President 2; Stotc Homo Economics Club 2,3,4, Secretory 3; Koppa Delta Pi 3,4, Sigmo Eta Sigmo 2,3.4. BRUCE H. VANDERHOOF 489 Conovcr Terrocc, Orange, N. J. Major Sociol Studios Minor Geography Footboll I, Tou Siqmo Delta 2,3. OIGA VAPNAR 88 Culler Street. Clifton. N. J. MofOr English Minor Social Business Montc orion 2,3,4, Feoturos Editor 3. Monoging Editor 4, Ouorlortf 2,3,4, SEAM 2,3,4, Epsilon Mu Epsilon 1.2, English Club I, Shoko- tpoaro Club 3, lo Compono 3,4. JAMES VASSEllI 38 Cuoito Street. Bollovillo 7, N. J. Motor Science Minor Science Inter Nos 1.2, liaison 1, Sigmo Eto Sigmo 3,4. Page 191 ANNE MARIE VINESKI 24 South Fifth Street, Harrison, N. J. Major: Secretarial Studies Minor: Social Business, Accounting Epsilon Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 2; FTA 1,2; Modern Dance 1,2. WALTER R. VOIGTIANDER 236 Parkway, Moywood, N. J. Ma or Social Studies Minor; Geography Tou Sigma Delta 1,2,3,4; Gommo Theta Upsilon 1,2,3,4. NANCY JANICE VORBACH Box 558, Oxford, N. J. Major: English Minor. Social Studies Aldornia 3,4; English Club 1,2,3,4; Christian Fellowship 1,2,3,4; to Campono 4; Montclarion 2. MARGARET ANN WAMP Ryerson Road, Lincoln Park, N. J. Major: Mathematics Minor: Latin Sigma Phi Mu 1,2,3,4; Aphesteon 2,3,4, Secretary 3; Inter Nos 2,3,4; Eta Sigma Phi 3,4, Secretory 4; Newman Club 1,2,3,4. ELEANOR ALMA WEIHERMILLER Dixiedale Farm, Chatham, N. J. Major: Secretarial Studies Minor: Accounting, Social Business Epsilon Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,4; FTA 1,2; La Campana 4. KAREN STONE WEISS 31 3 - 77th Street, North Bergen, N. J. Major: Speech Minor: English Sigma Alpha Eta 1,2,3,4, Recording Secretory 4; Montc orion 1,2; Dolphoc 3; Players 1,2,3,4; Kappa Delta Pi 3,4. JAMES WELLEN 166 Hudson Street, Phillipsburg, N. J. Major: English Minor: Speech Montdorion 3,4; La Campana 4. GRACE BEATTY WHITEHEAD 206 Orient Way, Lyndhurst, N. J. Major: Secretarial Studies Minor: Social Business, English Epsilon Mu Epsilon 4; Pi Omega Pi 3,4; NJBEA 3,4. EVERETT E. WILSON 368 E 31 St Street, Paterson, N. J. Major: Industrial Arts Minor: Industrial Arts JACQUELINE JANE WITULSKI 3209 Hudson Boulevard, Jersey City 6, N. J. Maior: English Minor Biological Science Kappa Delta Pi 4; Aldornia 3,4; Sigma Eta Sigma 2,3,4, Secretary 3; Delta Omicron Pi 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Drum Majorette 4; Honor Board 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3. LINDA WU 906 Washington Street, Hoboken, N. J. Major: Secretarial Studies Minor: Social Business, History Delta Theto Psi 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3; Epsilon Mu Epsilon 2 3,4; Clio 2,3,4; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship 1,2,3,4; Citizenship Com- mittee 2; WAA 2; Montclarion 3; La Campana 4. ADRIENNE YARCHESKI 30 Coolidge Avenue, Carteret, N. J. Major: English Minor: Business Education Kappa Rho Upsilon 1,2,3,4; Citizenship Committee 1; Sigma Delta Pi 2,3,4; Ployers 2; Newman Club 1,2; English Club 1. ANNE R. YAVENER 41 Pompton Avenue, Pompton Lakes, N. J. Maior: Secretarial Studies Minor: Accounting, Social Business Epsilon Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,4. CHARLES YEAMANS 116 19lh Avenue, Irvinglon, N. J. Maior Social Studies Minor: Biological Science SEAM 1,2,3,4, President 2,3; NJ Student Education Association 1,2,3, 4, President 3,4; Phi Sigma Epsilon 2,3,4, Vice President 2, Secretary 3, President 4; Who ' s Who 4. HAROLD G. YOUNG 2 Columbia Avenue, Newark 6, N. J. Major: Fine Arts Minor: Fine Arts Senate 1,2,3,4, Liaison Repr. 3, Secretary 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3,4; Veterans Assoc. 1,2,3,4; Art Council 3,4; Class Council 1,2. NORMAN ZEINER 128 E Lincoln Avenue, Roselle Park, N. J. Ma|or: English Minor: Social Business Bond 1; Little Band 1, SGA 1, Liaison 1; Phi Sigmo Epsilon 2,3,4. HELENE LOUISE ZIEROLD 38 Johnson Avenue, West Caldwell, N. J. Mojor: Speech Minor: English Sigma Alpha Eta 2,3,4, Corresponding Secretary 3,4; Players 1,2,3,4, Publicity Manager 2 ,3, Recording Secretary 3,4; English Club 1,2,3,4, Liaison Repr. 2,3, Treasurer 3,4; FTA 1,2; WAA 1; Quarterly 1,2,3,4, Business Manager 2,3,4; Monfc arion 2,3,4; La Campana 1,2,3,4. ROBERT JOSEPH ZITO 942 Franklin Avenue, Newark, N. J. Mojor: Social Studies Minor: Geography Chess Club 1,2, Treasurer 1; International Relations Club 2,3,4, Presi- dent 3,4; Tou Sigma Delta 2,3,4, Liaison 2; Thucydian Society 3,4, President 3, Correspondent 4; Rohwec 3,4, Historian 3,4; Gamma Theta Upsilon 3,4, President 3; Koppo Delta Pi 4. ROBERT WILLIAM ZSCHACK 138 Hamilton Avenue, Clifton, N. J. Major: Biological Science Minor: Physical Science Sigma Eta Sigma 1,2,3,4; Phi lo nbda Pi 1,2,3,4. Page 192 I ■m nineteen hundred jilty eight
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