New Bedford Institute of Technology - Fabricator Yearbook (New Bedford, MA)

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W BEDFORD 5TITUTE CHNOLOCY « ■ - HOWARD C. TINKHAM Professor We, the class of 1957, humbly dedicate this Fabricator to Professor Howard Tinkham, who, as a teacher, has expended all his energies in an effort to impart knowledge to others and, who, as a gentleman, has set an example which remains unsurpassable. GEORGE WALKER President - Emeritus board of trustees CHAIRMAN EDMUND RIGBY VICE-CHAIRMAN HENRI F. HORN CLERK OF BOARD MRS. IDA EPSTEIN EX-OFFICIO DR. JOHN J. DESMOND FRANCIS J. LAWLER MISS RUTH B. McFADDEN NILS V. NELSON JOHN A. SHEA PHILIP MANCHESTER MISS E. FERRIS ALMADA CHARLES V. F. DeMAILLY GERALD Y. MURPHY JOSEPH A. DANCEWICZ CHARLES R. DUGDALE WILLIAM E. KING JOHN VERTENTE, JR. CLARENCE G. BOWMAN JOSEPH DAWSON, JR. administration President Principal Clerk and Treasurer Senior Bookkeeper Junior Clerk Dean of Faculty Dean of Students Director of Admissions Placement Director Librarian DR. JOHN E. FOSTER MRS. MARY F. MAKIN MRS. CECILIA ZEITLER MRS. ESTELLE DOWD JAMES L GIBLIN AUGUSTUS SILVA WARREN HOLT CLIFFORD N. BECK LOUIS E. F. FENAUX DR. JOHN E. FOSTER President To the Class of 1957 There are those in this world who know a great deal about very little or a very little about a great deal. It would seem that the leader- ship of tomorrow ' s world will be assumed by neither of those groups but rather by those with grasp and understanding, those whose thinking is broad and uninhibited. It must be assumed, in fact, by those leaders whose understanding of the world in which we live is not limited to the present but rather extends to the horizons of the future. You of the Class of 1957 must seek your place with this group and I am sure you will realize a much better world in which to live. To all of you my sincere congratulations and best wishes. Dr. John E. Foster, President faculty Fred Beardsworth associate professor Louis Pacheco, Jr. assistant professor textile engineering James L. Ciblin professor head of textile engineering department Clifford N. Beck assistant professor Anrone Rodil assistant professor Frank Holden associate professor Edward H. Cloutier associate professor John T. Regan instructor John R. Barylski assistant professor Adam Bayreuther assistant professor mechanical engineering Howard C. Tinkham professor head of mechanical engineering department Conrad P. Richard instructor Joseph L Roberts instructor Alden W. Counsell instructor english Augustus Silva professor head of english department chemistry Francis Tripp professor head of chemistry deportment Louis E. F. Fenaux associate professor Ferdinand P. Fiocchi instructor John C. Broadmeadow associate professor Anthony J. John associate professor head of mathematics and physics dept. mathematics and physics Edmund J. Dupre associate professor Fred R. Tripp instructor Warren M. Holt assistant professor William A. Silveira instructor Leo M. Sullivan professor hcod of humanities and social sciences dept. electrical engineering Lenine Gonsalves associate professor head of electrical engineering dept. humanities and social sciences Celestino D. Macedo instructor Richard Walder instructor Robert C. Booth instructor Miss Margot Neugebauer instructor textile design and fashion , .t- v Miss Evelyn Ramalhete instructor m ■ President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer ARMAND PEDROSO PETER SMITH COLLETTE LEMAIRE EDWARD JARECKI W«W JOSEPH COSTA B.S. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Circle K Club - 3, 4; Board of Directors; Univets - 3, 4; Intramural Sports - 3; A. I., E. E. - 3, 4. EVERETT F. DUGAN B.S. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Intramural Sports - 3, 4; A. I. E. E. 3, 4; Treasurer. PAUL D. MALCOLM B.S. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Circle K Club - 2; Treasurer 3, 4; Fabri- cator - 4; Intramural Sports - 3, 4; A. I. E. E. — Corresponding Secretary 3, 4. JOHN S. J. HARRISON B.S. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Circle K Club - 3, 4; Board of Directors; Univets - 2, President 3, 4; Treasurer; A. I. E. E. - 3, 4; Intramural Sports - 3. DANIEL J. MORRISON B.S. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Glee Club - 1, 2; President; Circle K Club - 3; Vice-President 4; Newman Club - 3, 4; Tennis Team - 1, 2, 3, 4; A. I. E. E. - Chairman 3, 4; Fabricator - 4. BARRY G. ROBBINS B.S. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Tennis Team - 3, 4; Intramural Sports - 2, 3, 4; A. I. E. E. - 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee - 3. chemistry ALBERT 0. BARRETTE B.S. TEXTILE CHEMISTRY Newman Club - 3, 4; Circle K Club - 4; A. A. T. C. C. - 4. SS JOSEPH R. BLANCHETTE B.S. TEXTILE CHEMISTRY Delta Kappa Phi - 3, 4; Newman Club 3, 4; Univets - 3, 4. PAUL N. CAUVIN B.S. TEXTILE CHEMISTRY Newman Club - 3, 4; Circle K Club - 3, 4; Delta Kappa Phi - 3, 4; A. A. T. C. C. - 3, 4; Tech Talk - 4. c?w JAMES H. GIFFORD B.S. TEXTILE CHEMISTRY Phi Psi- 1,2,3,4. 2 MARY ANN HANRAHAN B.S. TEXTILE CHEMISTRY Kappa Sigma Phi - 1, 2, 3, 4; Tech Talk - 1, 2; Assistant Editor - 3, 4; Clee Club - 1, 2, 3 ; Newman Club - 3, 4; A. A. T. C. C. - 4; Fabricator - 4; News Editor. •T JOSEPH R. P. MARCO B.S. TEXTILE CHEMISTRY A. A. T. C. C. - 3, 4; Newman Club 3, 4. RALPH 0. MOYER, JR. B.S. TEXTILE CHEMISTRY Delta Kappa Phi- 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Vice-President; Circle K Club 4; Tech Talk - 4; A. A. T. C. C. - 3, 4. JAMES M. PASQUILL B.S. TEXTILE CHEMISTRY Tech Talk - 4; A. A. T. C. C. - 3, 4; Circle K Club - 3, 4; Treasurer; Phi Psi - 1,2,3,4; Baseball - 1. JOSEPH A. POWER B.S. TEXTILE CHEMISTRY Delta Kappa Phi - 1, 2, 3, 4; Circle K Club - 3, 4; Vice-President; Newman Club - 3, 4; A. A. T. C. C. - 4; President. MONA L RICARD B.S. TEXTILE CHEMISTRY Kappa Sigma Phi - 1, 2, 3; Treasurer 4; Glee Club - 1, 2; Tech Talk - 1 ; A. A. T. C. C. - 3, 4; Intramural Sports - 3; New- man Club - 3, 4; Inter-Frat Council - 4; Treasurer. RAYMOND L RICHARD B.S. TEXTILE CHEMISTRY Boxing Team - 2; Track Team - 3; Delta Kappa Phi - 3, 4; A. A. T. C. C. - 3; Vice-President 4; Newman Club - 3, 4;; Tech Talk - 4. ROY SERPA B.S. TEXTILE CHEMISTRY Tennis Team - 1, 2; Newman Club - 3, 4; President; A. A. T. C. C. - 3, 4; Circle K Club - 4; A. I. E. E. - 4. AUGUSTINE SILVEIRA, JR. B.S. TEXTILE CHEMISTRY A. A. T. C. C. - 3, 4; Delta Kappa Phi - 2, 3, 4; Track - 3; Newman Club - 3, 4; Circle K Club - 3, 4; Photography Club - 4; Tech Talk - 4; Sports Editor. fc BARBARA A. STARON B.S. TEXTILE CHEMISTRY Student Council - 2; Class Officer - 2; Treasurer; Glee Club - 1, 2; Newman Club - 3, 4; Tech Talk - 1 ; A. A. T. C. C. - 2, 3; Secretary 4; Kappa Sigma Phi - 1, 2, 3, 4. ALBERT SZCZUR, JR. B.S. TEXTILE CHEMISTRY A. A. T. C. C. - 3, 4; Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Univets - 3; Newman Club 3, 4; Circle K Club - 4. 4C o o_ BARBARA L LAVIGNE B.S. TEXTILE CHEMISTRY Inter-Frat Council - 3; President 4; Glee Club - 1, 2; Newman Club - 3, 4; Tech Talk - 3; Kappa Sigma Phi - 1, 2; Presi- dent 3, 4; A. A. T. C. C. - 3, 4. i s engineering MANUAL M. BANDARRA B.S. TEXTILE ENGINEERING Univets - 2; Membership Committee 3, 4; Newman Club - 2; Phi Psi - 1, 2, 3; Cor- responding Secretary 4. JOHN R. BERNIER B.S. TEXTILE ENGINEERING Phi Psi - 2, 3, 4. 1 HENRY CALARY B.S. TEXTILE ENGINEERING Circle K Club - 2, 3; Treasurer 4; New- man Club - 2, 3, 4; Phi Psi - 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM E. GIBLIN B.S. TEXTILE ENGINEERING Glee Club - 1; President; Circle K Club - 2; Treasurer 3; President 4; Newman Club - 2, 3, 4; Tech Talk -1,2; Assistant Editor; Phi Psi - 1, 2, 3, 4; Fabricator - 3; Assistant Editor 4; Editor; Soccer - 1, 2; Photography Club - 4; Circle K Interna- tional 2; Trustee 3; Vice-President 4; Ad- ministrative Consultant; Junior Prom Com- mittee; Senior Prom Committee; Intra- mural Sports 1, 2. LEO C. GRENIER B.S. TEXTILE ENGINEERING Phi Psi- 1,2,3,4. TALSOP LEE B.S. TEXTILE ENGINEERING Newman Club - 3; Phi Psi - 3, 4; Soccer -1,2,3,4. JOSEPH N. LEMOS, JR. B.S. TEXTILE ENGINEERING Phi Psi - 1, 2, 3, 4; Univets - 4. PAUL S. MAROIS B.S. TEXTILE ENGINEERING Phi Psi - 1, 2;; Treasurer 3, 4; Inter-Frat Council - 3, 4; Intramural Sports - 2, 3. ■ ' . PETER SMITH B.S. TEXTILE ENGINEERING Student Council - 4; Class Officer - 4; Vice-President; Glee Club - 1; Treasurer; Circle K Club - 3; Director 4; Newman Club - 2, 3, 4; Tech Talk - 1, 2; Adver- tising Manager; Phi Psi - 1, 2, 3; Secre- tary 4; Senior Prom Committee - Chair- man; Intramural Basketball - 1, 2; Inter- Frat Council - 3; Treasurer; Junior Prom Committee. GUSTAVO D. DIEZ DIPLOMA — TEXTILE MANUFACTURING Phi Psi 1, 2, 3; Circle K Club 2, 3. 1 DANIEL J. McCRATH 4 DIPLOMA — TEXTILE MANUFACTURING Glee Club - 1; Newman Club 2, 3; Treas- urer; Fabricator - 4; Advertising Manager; Phi Psi - 2, 3; Class Officer 1; Student Council 1. MARY A. COUTU CERTIFICATE — TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY textile design fashion ' GERALDINE BARROS B. S. TEXTILE DESIGN Glee Club - 1, 2; Newman Club - 3, 4; Fabricator - 4. r JOHN M. CANTO B.S. TEXTILE DESIGN Phi Psi - 2, 3, 4. £S3|I 4p COLLETTE L LEMAIRE B.S. TEXTILE DESIGN Glee Club - 1, 2; Student Council - 4; Class Officer - 4; Secretary; Newman Club - 3, 4; Fabricator 4; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee. PATRICIA E. SCHRODER B.S. TEXTILE DESIGN Student Council - 1 ; Class Officer - 1 ; Secretary; Fabricator - 3; Assistant Art Editor 4; Art Editor; Intramural Sports -3,4. d mechanical engineering I GERALD R. ANTHONY, JR. B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Student Council - 3; Class Officer - 3; Vice-President; Engineering Club - 3, 4; Delta Kappa Phi - 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Intramural Sports - 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Track - 2. ? JAMES R. ASHWORTH B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Engineering Club - 2, 3, 4; Secretary; Delta Kappa Phi - 1, 2, 3, 4; Chairman. JOHN E. FOSTER, JR. B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Engineering Club - 3, 4; Newman Club - 3, 4; Delta Kappa Phi - 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket- ball - 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball - 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports - 2, 3, 4. DELMAR D. CLOUGH B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Engineering Club - 3. 4; Delta Kappa Phi - 2, 3, 4. ROBERT P. FRATES B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Engineering Club - 3, 4; President; Uni- vets - 2; Membership Committee 3, 4; Delta Kappa Phi - 1, 2, 3, 4. f ROBERT E. GRIGGS B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Univets - 4. EDWARD JARECKI B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Student Council - 3, 4; Class Officer - Treasurer 3, 4; Photography Club - 4; Circle K Club - 4; Univets - 2, 3, 4; Delta Kappa Phi - 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer; Junior Prom Committee; Engineering Club - 2, 3, 4; A. I. E. E. - 3, 4. DAVID C. LEITE B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Inrer-Frat Council - 4; Engineering Club - 2, 3; Vice-President 4; Delta Kappa Phi - 1, 2, 3, Annotator 4; Vice-Presi- dent; Soccer - 1, 2, 3; A. I. E. E. - 3, 4; Tech Talk - 3, 4. EDWARD LEITE B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Engineering Club - 3, 4; Circle K Club - 1, 2, 3, 4; President; Delta Kappa Phi - 1, 2, 3, 4; A. I. E. E. - 4; Student Council 2, 3; Class Officer - 2; Secretary 3; Treas- urer; Basketball - 1. ANGELO M. MELLO, JR. B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Engineering Club - 3, 4; Vice-President; Delta Kappa Phi - 2, 3, 4; Basketball - 1, 2; Baseball - 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports - 3, 4; A. I. E. E. - 4. GEORGE C. MONTINI B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING charles J. McCarthy B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Engineering Club - 2, 3, 4; Delta Kappa Phi - 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN PACHECO B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Engineering Club - 2, 3, 4; Fabricator - 4; Business Manager. ARMAND V. PEDROSO B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Student Council - 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice Presi- dent 2, 4; President 3; Class Officer - 1, 2, 3, 4; President; Engineering Club - 2, 3, 4; Photography Club - 4; Fabricator 4; Assistant Editor; Delta Kappa Phi - 2, 3, 4; Soccer - 1, 2; Intramural Sports - 2, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee. WALTER A. SLOCUM B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Engineering Club - 3, 4; Delta Kappa Phi - 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra- mural Sports - 3, 4; Basketball - 1, 2. awaaaaa— BBESSMBBi ROBERT E. STAPLES B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Engineering Club - 2, 3, 4. GERARD SWAIN B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Engineering Club - 2, 3, 4; Univets - 2, 3; Treasurer 4; Delta Phi - 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee. ' HE LITTLE MfrN GEORGE TALBOT B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Engineering Club - 2, 3, 4; Univets - 2;; Delta Kappa Phi - 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES A. WOLSTENHOLME B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Engineering Club - 3, 4; Photography Club - 1; Delta Kappa Phi - 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer -1,2. RONALD A. NICHOLS B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Engineering Club - 3, 4; Delta Kappa Phi - 2, 3, 4; Basketball - 1; Baseball - 1; Inrtamural Sports - 3, 4. oNrsAC 1 mmf , DKt b " ■vlaaiben . «•« " (W .f ' ' » " " " • " • k - lL_ . L IT fabricator staff WILLIAM GIBLIN editor-in-chief PATRICIA SCHRODER art editor staff DANIEL McGRATH advertising manager WILLIAM GIBLIN ARMAND PEDROSO ALLEN SISSON DANIEL McGRATH PAUL MALCOLM DANIEL MORRISON DAVID LEITE GERALD ANTHONY JOHN E. FOSTER, JR. NORMAN LOPES MARY ANN HANRAHAN PATRICIA SCHRODER GABRIELLE COYNE COLLETTE LEMAIRE GERALDINE BARROS JOHN PACHECO MR. JOHN T. REGAN editor-in-chief assistant editor assistant editor advertising manager advertising staff advertising staff advertising staff advertising staff sports editor assistant sports editor copy editor art editor assistant art editor art staff art staff business manager faculty advisor credits PATRICIA SCHRODER GABRIELLE COYNE JUNE P. WENZEL WALTER T. TWAROG HARTLEY GURNEY NOLAN STUDIOS drawings special photo effects formal pictures JOHN PACHECO business manager OFFICERS president — J. CARRIER vice President — A. PEDROSO treasurer — W. BICOTT secretary — T. DAHL student council MEMBERS R. Bellotti D. Lowe H. Curney H. Fox R. Turner G. Schwartz G. Coyne C. Lemaire E. Jarecki D. Coakley P. Swift P. Cloutier ESSS OFFICERS president — W BICOTT vice president — W. MACY MEMBERS H. Curney D. G. LeBlanc T. Mitchell P. Schrcder H. Cunningham E. Jarecki W . Wordell W. Twarog R. Ashworth W. Giblin L. Cierpial D. Kwong T. Dahl J. Frodyma A. Deptula T. Lee L. Cadomski G. Diez C. Lemaire c a m e r a c I u b MEMBERS R. Takach L. Skinner R. Wade M. Mendoza R. Codeiro C. Hebert R. Pacheco B. Johnson R. Moyer T. Dahl W. Paull J. Botseas H. Gurney J. Dixon collegians OFFICERS president — M. L. SUVA director — R. ORMEROD phi psi Manuel Bandarra John Bernier George Brazil John Canto Gustavo Diez Henry Galary William Giblin James Gifford MEMBERS Leo Grenier Bruce Gulbranson Talsop Lee Joseph Lemos Conrad Letendre Norman Lopes Paul Marois Daniel McGrath OFFICERS Ronald Mitchell James Pasquill Richard Pepin Ernest Poitras Donald Silveira Allen Sisson Peter Smith Ronald Takach president — ALLEN SISSON vice President — NORMAN LOPES secretary — BRUCE GULBRANSON Treasurer — PAUL MAROIS corresponding secretary — MANUEL BANDARRA senior warden — RICHARD PEPIN junior warden — RONALD MITCHELL HOUSE COMMITTEE president — GUSTAVO DIEZ vice President — PAUL MAROIS secretary and treasurer— ERNEST POITRAS PHI PSI BETA delta kappa phi OFFICERS president — G. SWAIN vice president — B. LEITE treasurer — E. JARECKI recording secretary — T. MITCHELL corresponding secretary — J. CORBIEL sargeant at arms — R. CHARVES faculty advisor — PROF. LOUIS E. F. FENAUX Robert E. Brennan John T. Donnelly Harold E. Fox Ross Hodges Miltcn F. Kershaw Robert J. Lanson Gerald 0. Lariviere Richard R. Medeiros Ricard F. Motta Donald L. Payette Clement C. Rawlins John C. Reale Jean L. Schwartz Mitchell W. Smith Raymond A. Vijeant Russell L. Ashworth William G. Bicott John j. Bures Leon J. Cierpial, Jr. Harvey S. Cunningham Earle B. Holden Armand J. Talbot Walter F. Wianzek, Jr. Walter J. Wordell David A. Yates Gilbert Dutra, Jr. Lionel N. Rodrigues Raymond Souza Ronald A. Wade Anthony A. Albert, Jr. John E. Armanetti Antonio A. B. Baldo Gordon H. Beale, Jr. Donald J. Fougere Edward A. Galligan Ronald E. Hall Robert E. LeBlanc Louis H. Skinner, Jr. Richard A. Johnson Richard Pilkington Andre M. Ricard Victor G. Alves MEMBERS Peter P. Anthony John B. Blenkiron James A. Botellio William K. Burke Gerard M. Burnett John D. Coakley Kenneth E. DeRego William A. Gifford William F. Moore Donald Gray Paul J. Hebert Joseph R. Martineau Dennis M. O ' Leary David J. Oliver Paul W. Rezendes Richard W. Stevens David A. Alves Alan B. Collinge Fryderyk E. Gorczyca Dennis J. Henzel Joseph J. Jodoin Wayne A. Haskell Gerald R. Anthony, Jr. James R. Ashworth Delmar D. Clough John E. Foster, Jr. Robert P. Frates Edward Leite Angelo M. Mello, Jr. George C. Montini Charles J. McCarthy Ronald A. Nichols Armando V. Pedroso Walter A. Slocum James A. Wolstenholme George R. Talbot William Conn Daniel S. Loureiro Norman A. Metivier Norman Nevins Romeo A. Struglia Thomas A. Brown William V. Choupres Kenneth C. Hokanscn Raymond N. Martin Richard Ormerod Donald E. Robinson Robert F. Gracia James W. Harrison Christopher A. Hayes Francis W. Marco Julien P. Olszowy Ronald S. Perry Kenneth J. Provost William H. Sherman Joseph R. Blanchette Paul N. Gauvin Ralph 0. Moyer . Joseph A. Power Raymond L. Richard Augustine Silveira, Jr. Albert Szczur, Jr. Bruce P. Boni Donald R. Kamienski John B. Murphy Arnold R. Atkinson Thomas A. Damon Donald J. Moriarty Lucien P. Poyant, Jr. Edward W. Sylvia Leonard S. Crane John Frodyma, Jr. John Souza, Jr. Paul A. Cloutier Bradley S. Drake Russell A. Wissman Richard L. Areta Gordon T. Helme Daniel J. Medeiros Donald J. McCarthy Ivan D. Sylvia George T. Caires Joseph B. Goodman kappa sigma phi OFFICERS president — BARBARA LAVICNE vice president — GABRIELLE COYNE treasurer — MONA RICARD secretary — MARILYN RUCGLES MEMBERS Gloria Bernier Jenny Botseas June Browned Janet Clifford Thelma Dahl Joyce Dixon Mary Ann Hanrahan Roberta Hawkins Carol Hebert Elizabeth Johnson Muriel Meier Judith Morton Joan Ann Parkin Mary Louise Silva Carolyn Skeie Barbara Starcn engineering club MEMBERS Edward Jarecki Robert Frates George Talbot James Ashworth John Pacheco Walter Slocum Alan Wolstenholme Angie Mello, Jr. Edward Leite Robert Staples Jerry Anthony Charles McCarthy Dennis Henzel Alan Collinge David Alves Fred Gorczyca John Thornhill Earl Parker Joseph Carrier Armand Pedroso OFFICERS president — ROBERT FRATES vice president — ANGELO MELLO corresponding secretary — FRED GORCZYCA secretary — JAMES ASHWORTH treasurer — DENNIS HENZEL 3b ■■ 6b Ci OFFICERS chairman — DANIEL J. MORRISON vice chairman — JOHN C. O ' CONNOR secretary — D. G. Le BLANC corresponding secretary — PAUL D. MALCOLM treasurer — EVERETT F. DUGAN MEMBERS Randell P. Alves Alexander B. Anselmo Ramos R. Arruda Russell Ldog Ashworth K. M. Bendiksen Richard J. Bellotti William Bicott George Botseas John J. Bures J. B. Cadema Leon ). Cierpial Rodney R. Cordeiro S. Correia Joseph Costa A. J. Coutu J. R. Couture Harvey S. Cunningham Alfred S. Deptula P. M. Duval H. E. Fox Leonard Gadomski Hartley Gurney H. Haaland John S. J. Harrison Thomas Hclgeland R. Hodges Earle B. Holden Edward Jarecki J. Kaczorowski M. F. Kershaw R. Lanson R. J. Laperle Robert LeBl3nc David C. Leite Edward Leite Gerald P. Lewis David E. Lowe William E. McGlynn W. B. Macy, Jr. R. G. Manchester L. R. Medeiros Angelo M. Mello. Jr. D. E. Michaelson J. J. Milner Thomas F. Mitchell Earle B. Parker D. L. Payette C. C. Rawlins, )r. J. C. Reale Barry Robbins Lionel N. Rodriques C. R. Saunders J. L. Schwartz Roy Serpa Raymond Souza Ronald V. Takach J. Thornhill, Jr. R. K. Tripp W. T. Twarog Ronald A. Wade P. D. Wertz Walter F. Wienzek, Jr. Robert H. Wilbur Walter J. Wordell David A. Yates A univets K MEMBERS E. Jarecki E. Parker R. Hodges L. Medeiros J. Murphy E. Poitras J. Costa W. Twarog D. Henzel R. Manchester G. Caires L. McGoff F. Corczyca D. Sylvia R. Griggs T. Connelly J. Swayne R. Wilbur D. Lowe L. Tefft OFFICERS president — J. CARRIER vice president— R. TURNER treasurer — J. S. J. HARRISON secretary — C. WILBUR newman club MEMBERS William Giblin Mary Ann Hanrahan Talsop Lee Daniel Morrison Joseph Powers Mona Ricard Peter Smith Barbara Staron Ronald Takach Barbara Lavigne Lucien Poyant Maureen Kennedy Joseph Blanchette Raymond Richard Alfred Coutu Albert Barrette Kenneth Provost Geraldine Barros Colette Lemaire Joseph Marco Donald G. LeBlanc Joseph Corbiel Thomas Mitchell Richard Tripp Ramon Arruda Ronald Cordeiro John Foster Angelo Mello Daniel Medeiros Richard Arietta Robert Gracia Ernest Poitras D. G. LeBlanc OFFICERS president — ROY SERPA vice president — RICHARD PEPIN recording secretary — GABRIELLE COYNE treasurer — DANIEL McGRATH Paul Gauvin Peter Olszowy Gloria Bernier Patricia Perry Edward Kouzie Andre Ricard Jean Schwartz Norman Foucher Robert Fournier Donald L. Payette Mary Coutu Robert Le Blanc Milton Kershaw Frances Gallagher Joseph Carrier Gus Silveira TECH TALK New Bedford Institute of Textiles and Technology Vol. rv NEW BEDFORD, MASS., APRIL 12, 1957 No. 4 STAFF REVIEWS YEAR Looking back over the past scholastic year, the Tech Talk staff members can congratulate each other for a job well done. Though the paper has made but little progress in actual number of publications (six as compared to last years five) there have been many improvements made. In the middle of the year, Ed- itor Joseph Goodman ' s efforts cut the costs of printing by 38%. This was accomplished by switch- ing from an offset lithograph method of printing to letterpress. This lower cost will allow the paper to lower advertising rates and increase the number of issues in the future. An improved advertising set up which was inaugurated to offset costs, should yield good returns next year. Another innovation in the past year was the new sub- scription and circulation depart- ment headed by Earle Holden. The subscriptions from this year alone would almost pay for an extra issue under the new print- ing system. Also in this year, new features have been added to the paper. " The Greek World " has given you all the fraternity and sorority news. " Letters to the Editor " received almost immediate popu- larity: a Jazz column was start- ed in the fourth issue. The efforts of " Thos " brought us an account of the Student Council meetings in every issue. " Alumni Corner " was founded with the aid of Prof. Fenaux, and a technical report feature was established by Gus Diez. All things considered, this year was a successful one for Tech Talk. The tireless efforts of Joe Goodman and his assistants saw our paper through a few rough spots. The progress made, though it may seem minor, makes Tech Talk ' s future much brighter. In addition, Morrison also was employed in the Bureau of Ships for the Navy last Summer. Another paper, " MY EXPERIENCE AS A STUDENT ENGINEER was pub- lished by the Navy and received national recognition. Danny is also an active partici- pant in the extracurricular activi- ties at the Institute. He is an ar- dent tennis player, having been on the team for four years. He has been a member and past president This first place award for having the best Interfraternity program in its class was given on the basis of service to the community, service to member fraternities, service to college and general student body, and service to " fraternity ideals. " U.N.H. fell into the category of schools having 10 to 19 fraternities. Listed in the U.N.H. brochure were the following projects: 1. Service to community; blood donor program, Help Week, re- cordings for the blind, the out- standing citizen award, and the Christmas baskets and parties. 2. Service to member fraternities; Judiciary Board, fire drills, Song- fest, workshop evaluation program, and ' the IFC-IDC (Inter-Dormi- tory) Dance. 3. Service to the college and gen- eral student body; rushing hand- book, board scholarships for foreign students, scholarship fund, and the rushing convocation. ing fraternities do nc diversification for the are attempting to fo ternity. The group school needs anothe: offset the one-wi pledging as it now e The fraternity or be called until recoj either a social or pi ternity as the memb members of the gi pressed their opinior isting frats are big that the formation of not detract from eitl has been mentioned more closely-knit gix of common interests ternalism than a lai Thus far, the or fifteen members and a few members of th one who would like more about the clut their next meeting, held April 18. at ,!J circle k MEMBERS R. Moyer G. Bassilion A. Barrette A. Szczur A. Silveira, Jr. W. Giblin P. Gauvin R. Serpa P. Smith B. Gulbranson B. Sherman J. Costa D. Morrison P. Malcolm J. Harrison H. Galary P. Olszowy E. Poitras G. Diez J. Blinkion J. Corbeil F. Marco E. Jarecki OFFICERS president — E. LEITE vice-president — J. POWERS secretary — G. HELME treasurer — J. PASQUILL lOWKRI SHOW yMWAMS (II H. APRIL 4- 9b 9b Vb Ci Ci OFFICERS chairman — JOSEPH POWER vice chairman — RAYMOND RICHARDS secretary — MONA RICARD responding secretary — MEMBERS Joseph Blanchette Paul Gauvin Joseph R. P. Marco Mrs. Muriel Meier Ralph O. Moyer Patricia Ann Perry Margaret Mendoza Roy Serpa Augustine Silveira Barbara A. Staron Barbara R. Tavares Mary Ann Hanrahan Raymond Martin William Choupres Richard Ormerod 10 14 50 y 44 33 ew Bedford institute Textiles technology SC NGLAND Ci 1 - - NFERENCE. BASKET BALI CHAMPIONS 1957 53 43 This year, New Bedford Tech ' s basketball team won just about every- thing that the S. N. E. C. C. had to offer. Not only did they win the Con- ference title but they also won the round robin tropy in the tournament at the end of the season. The overall record compiled by the New Bedford Tech this year was 18 - 12, excluding the service team games. While this record was not outstanding, the conference record was somewhat brighter, being 9-2. The ninth victory came in the playoff game with Stonehill for the conference championship. New Bedford Tech ' s Arnie Atkinson was the big factor in the playoff game scoring 26 points and gathering a barrel full of rebounds. In the round robin finals against Durfee Tech, again it was big Arnie Atkinson who was the hero. He had 40 points, nearly half of New Bedford Tech ' s total of 81. A few of the bright spots in the Tech basketball picture is the fact that only one player on the entire squad was a Senior. Dave Lammers, the team ' s high scorer, is just a freshman. Dick Arieta is only a Sopho- more as. is Arnie Atkinson and Dale Stetson is a junior. Johnny Foster is the only member of the team who will not be back for the next campaign. basketball TEAM MEMBERS Arnie Atkinson Marty Bendikson Gil Dutra Dave Lammers Danny Loureiro Eddie Silvia Dick Arieta Russ Wissman Tom Damon John Foster Bruce Boni Wilfred Canto Dale Stetson Ron Hall Wayne Haskell RESULTS N. B. Tech Opp. 70 Merrimack — 66 75 Prov. Bible Inst.— 47 73 Mass. Maritime Acad. — 43 82 Babson — 77 56 Mass. Maritime Acad. — 46 53 Lowell Tech — 70 58 Boston State Teachers — 55 47 Assumption — 68 56 Quinnipiac — 72 85 Durfee Tech — 73 85 Bridgewater State Teachers — 78 75 Gorham (Me.) Teachers — 97 72 Bloomfield (N. SJ Teachers— 55 82 Babson — 75 69 New England College — 64 64 Quinnipiac — 93 80 Stonehill— 91 67 Burdett— 58 60 Bridgewater State College — 71 86 Durfee Tech — 71 60 Hillyer College— 64 53 Cooper Union — 62 78 Stonehill— 71 59 Phi ladelphia Tech— 103 66 Quinnipiac — 96 73 Merrimack — 83 65 Hillyer College — 61 79 Stonehill— 70 81 Durfee Tech — 75 Conference Playoff Came Round Robin Playoff Game U„A ,i wPK S £ £ V ? »vMlMi The New Bedford Tech soccer team enjoyed a fairly successful last fall with a record of 4 wins, 5 losses and 1 tie. While this record may not seem too impressive, the fact that all the members of the squad will be back next season except three players. They are Talsop Lee, Joe Calvam, and Eddie Cambra. With the majority of the team coming back, Coach El Cloutier is looking forward to a very successful campaign. The Members of the team: Chris Hayes, Dick Arieta, Don Moriarty, Tommy Viera, Dale Stet- son, Cordon Helme, Ivan Sylvia, Eddie Sylvia, Eddie Cambra, Tommy Damon, Paul Clou- tier, Dave Coakley, Eddie Rose, Talsop Lee, D. Voutsines, Joe Galvam, T. Lucas, Johnny Murphy, Tommy Brown, and Craig Proctor. THE SCORE: NBITT 1 Durfee— NBITT 1 Rice— 1 NBITT Hillyer, (Conn.) — 3 NBITT 2 Bridgewater — 4 NBITT 2 Durfee — 1 NBITT 3 Babson — 2 NBITT 2 Bridgewater — 4 NBITT 1 Lowell Tech — 6 NBITT 6 Babson — 1 NBITT 1 Philadelphia Tech— 3 soccer Chris Hayes Pete Inglese Dick Arieta John Foster Walt Slocum Angelo Mello Tom Viera Russ Wissman Ron Hall Dave Coakley Dan Loureiro Paul Marois Dick Motta Eddie Sylvia Bruce Boni baseball Ill ■ ■ ■ I- i: mj cL ii Since 1954, the New Bedford Tech tennis team has compiled an amazing record. They have held the S. N. E. C. C. Championship every year since its existence, and they have an overall record of 22 wins and 2 defeats going into the 1957 campaign. This year ' s squad, which is ably coached by Prof. Louis Pacheco, is looking forward to an- other excellent season. With such first line tennis players as Danny Morrison, Cilly Dutra, Bill Bicott, Bary Robbins, Cus Diez and Eddie Sylvia, along with newcomers Jay Cracia and Marty Bendikson, New Bedford Tech has high hope of maintaining its con- ference title. THE SCORES FOR THE PAST THREE SEASONS. 1954 1955 1956 N. B. 1 Bridgewater — 4 N. B. 5 Bridgewater — N. B. 5 Stonehill— N. B. 5 Stonehill— N. B. 5 Durfee— N. B. 4 Stonehill — 1 N. B. 3 Durfee — 2 N. B. 4 Stonehill — 1 N. B. 5 Bridgewater — N. B. 5 Bryant— N. B. 3 Stonehill— 2 N. B. 6 Lowell Tech — 3 N. B. 3 Bridgewater — 2 N. B. 4 Merrimack — 1 N. B. 5 Durfee— N. B. 5 Stonehill— 00 N. B. 2 Babson — 3 N. B. 6 Babson — 3 N. B. 5 Bryant— N. B. 4 Bridgewater — 1 N. 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