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

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NEW BEDFORD INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY REFERENCE LIBRARY... VOLUME N? 23004 mwm If m ML MM " The end crowns all, And that old common arbitrator, Time, Will one day end it. " ' kwrnz I TROILUS AND CRESSIDA HP ■Hff • ' ' ' ■ ' ■ Dedication The class of 1964 is proud to dedicate the Mainstay Yearbook to Professor Leo Sullivan, the Chairman of the Social Sciences Department. His many years of patience and perserverance in acting as the Yearbook ' s advisor merits for him the place of honor, not only in our class-book, but also in our gratitude. We wish to acknowledge our appreciation for Professor Sullivan ' s many hours and concrete advice concerning the problems of publishing the Mainstay. " And so, my fellow Americans: ask not what your country can do for you — ask what you can do for your country. My fellow citizens of the world: ask not what America will do for you, but what together we can do for the freedom of man. Finally, whether you are citizens of America or citizens of the world, ask of us here the same high standards of strength and sacrifice which we ask of you. With a good conscience our only sure reward, with history the final judge of our deeds, let us go forth to lead the land we love, asking His blessing and His help, but knowing that here on earth God ' s work must truly be our own. " Inaugural Address John Fitzgerald Kennedy January 20, 1961 John Fitzgerald Kennedy 1917 - 1963 35 th President of the United States . . . and so, my fellow Ameri- cans: ask not what your coun- try can do for you — ask -what you can do for your country. INAUGURAL ADDRESS, JANUARY 20, 1961 Because of the rich, historical background of the City of New Bedford, we are indeed fortunate to have in this city a museum of national historical significance. With this rich historical background in mind, the year- book staff, in using New Bedford ' s historical past as its theme, wishes to acknowledge the invaluable assistance rendered them by the: Old Dartmouth Historical Society of New Bedford, Massachusetts curator Philip J. Purrington President ' s Message TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1964: In the last four years you probably have had many hours of anguish and dis- couragement. However, in approaching graduation day the exhiliration of pondering the vast opportunities awaiting you should cancel the trying times. In leaving New Bedford Institute of Technology only the fond memories of fellow students and mentors should remain in your thoughts. Throughout the succeeding generations, it is necessary to keep in mind the moral as well as the intellectual benefits received during your college career. In conclusion, I wish you all the best of luck and health in your future endeavors. Dr. John E. Foster President — New Bedford Institute of Technology Dean of Faculty AUGUSTUS SILVA A.B., M.A. Dean of Students Dean of Faculty JAMES L. GIBLIN M.S. Dean of Faculty MAINSTAY STAFF Editor-in-Chief Robert J. Sylvia Assistant Editor Herve J. De Prato Layout Editor Carolyn Morin Business Editor Kathleen Gordon Assistants Jeannette Caron and Claire Boucher Art Editor Jotham Myers Mainstay Staff at Work Bob Sylvia and " Our Man from New York " Bill Sloane. Group selecting pictures. Senior Class Officers The Senior Class Officers; President, Stanley Gastar; Vice-President, Sidney Smith; Secretary, Claire Per- rault; and Treasurer, William Fontes, were elected by the Senior Class members. Their function is to promote the interest of the students and to supervise the many activities sponsored by the class. These four officers are members of the Student Council, which is the governing body among the students. The Class of 1964 is very fortunate to have four fine and competent officers and wishes to thank these officers for a hard job well done. 10 ■ ■- ■ • ' H 1 ■ ■ ' ■ . i •-- I .-•4 ■ FACULT Department Heads Milton S. Briggs, B.E.A. Professor of Business Administration James L. Giblin, M. S. Common- wealth Professor of Textile En- gineering Lenine M. Gonsalves, B.S., M. £. in E.E., P.E. Professor of Electri- cal Engineering Anthony J. John, B.S., M.S., M.A. Professor of Mathematics Dwight F. Mowery, Jr., A.B., Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry Claire N. Riley, A.B. Director or the Library Augustus Suva, A.B., M.A. Pro- fessor of English Leo M. Sullivan, B.S. in Ed., M.A. Professor of Social Sciences Howard C. Tinkham, B.S.M.E., M.S.M.E. Professor of Mechanical Engineering 12 JH?r Francis Tripp, B.S.Ch.E., B.S.T.C., M.S.Ch., Ch.E. Professor of Chemistry Frederick Albert, A.B., M.B.A. Visiting Lecturer in Business Ad- ministration John R. Barylski, B.S.M.E., Ed.M. Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering Clifford N. Beck, B.S.T.E. Assist- ant Professor of Textile Engi- neering Robert C. Booth, Instructor in Design and Fashion John C. Broadmeadow, B.S.Ch.E. B.S.T.C, Ed.M. Associate Profes sor of Chemistry Lance C. Buhl, A.B., M.A. In- structor in Social Sciences Martin Butler, A.B., M.A. structor in Social Sciences Edward H. Cloutier Associate Professor in Textile Engineering Edward A. Cormier, B.S.B.A., Ed.M. Instructor in Business Ad- ministration Director of the Summer School Alden Counsell B.S.M.E. Assist- ant Professor of Mechanical En- gineering Michael Crowley, B.A. Associate Professor of Mathematics June F. Devine, B.F.A. Visiting Lecturer in Music Earl J. Dias, A.B., M.A. Asso- ciate Professor of English Edmund J. Dupre, B.S.T.C., Ed.M. Associate Professor of Chemistry Louis E. F. Fenaux, B.S.Ch., M.S.Ch. Associate Professor of Chemistry Ferdinand P. Fiocchi, B. S. As- sistant Professor of Chemistry James A. Flanagan, B.S.Ed. In- structor in Chemistry, Director of Public Relations, Director of Placement Frank Golen, Jr., B.S.B.A. Ed.M., C.A.G.S. Instructor in Business Administration Fryderyk E. Gorczyca, B.S.M.E., M.S.M.E. Assistant Professor in Mechanical Engineering Warren M. Holt, B.S., Ed.M. As- sociate Professor of Mathematics Director of Admissions George Jacobs, A.B., LL.B. Visit- ing Lecturer in Business Law Celestino D. Macedo, A.B., A.M. Associate Professor of English Fredric R. Mattfield, B.S.B.A., M.B.A., Ed.M. Associate Profes- sor of Business Administration Walter E. A. Mierzejewshi, A.B. Assistant Professor of Mathema- tics Daniel J. Murphy, B.S.E.E. In- structor in Electrical Engineer- ing Margot Neugebauer, B.F.A., M.F.A. Assistant Professor of Design and Fashion Louis Pacheco, Jr., B.S.T.E., Ed.M. Associate Professor of Tex- tile Engineering Director of Eve- ning School Ham E. Picard, B.S.E.E. Visiting Lecturer in Electrical Engineer- ing Evelyn Ramalhete, B.S.T.D.F. In- structor in Design and Fashion John T. Regan, A.B. Assistant Professor of Textile Engineering Conrad P. Richard, B.S.M.D., P.E. Assistant Professor of Me- chanical Engineering J. Louis Roberts, B.S.M.E., P.E. Assistant Professor of Textile Engineering Superintendent of the Buildings Louis J. Robitaille, B.S.B.A., Ed.M. Instructor in Social Sci- Antone Rodil. Assistant Profes- sor of Textile Engineering William A. Silveira, B.S.T.E., M.S.T.T. Assistant Professor of Textile Engineering Arthur V. Swaye, B.S.T.E. As- sistant Professor of Textile En- gineering Priscilla Tabachnik, B.S.B.A. In- structor in Business Administra- tion George J. Thomas, B.S.C.E., P.E. A ssistant Professor of Physics Rosemary S. Tierney, A.B., Ed.M. Instructor in English Fred R. Tripp, B.S.Ch.E., B.S.T.C. Assistant Professor in Chemistry Director of the Research Foun- dation t Q John F. Wareing. Instructor in Electrical Engineering Richard Walder, B.S.E.E. Assist- ant Professor in Electrical Engi- neering Vivian Zerbone, A.B., M.A. In- structor in Modern Languages Edith M. Booth, Director of the Bookstore 16 w BUSINESS AD STEATION JANE K. BOOTH 1107 Pleasant Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Business Administration- Accounting: Protestant Fellowship 1,2; Glee Club 3,4; Kappa Sigma Phi Sorority 1, Officer of Disci- pline 2, Treasurer 3 and 4. Ambition: To teach history on the high school level. CLAIRE Y. BOUCHER 158 Central Avenue, New Bedford, Massachusetts Business Administration- Accounting: Newman Club, Glee Club, Tech Talk, Chi Delta Phi Sorority, Mainstay Staff, Pep Squad, Bowling League. Pet Peeve: One-arm bandits-vending machines in the lounge. Ambition: To travel extensively. MICHAEL S. CALLAGHAN 1 5 Pope Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Business Administration-Accounting: President of the Junior Class, Student Council 3. Pet Peeve: Not enough time to prac- tice billiards. Ambition: Retire at 50 with 1 million dollars. JEANNETTE CARON 139 Bullard Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Business Administration- Accounting: Newman Club 1,2; Chi Delta Phi Sorority 2,3,4; Secretary of the Sophomore Class; Student Council 2; Mainstay Business Staff; Dean ' s List Se- mesters 1,2,6. Pet Peeve: Surprise Test. Ambition: To be able to understand people and to be happy in my future years either at work or in my home. PAUL E. CAVANAUGH 446 Stetson Street, Fall River, Massachusetts Business-Administration-Accounting: Phi Psi Fraternity 2,3,4; International Students Organization Treasurer 3 and 4; College Glee Club 2,3. Pet Peeve: Anti-Fall Riverites. Ambition: To be a Naval Aviator. DIANE C. CROWELL 629 Cottage Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Business Administration-Marketing: Kappa Sigma Phi Sorority 1,2,3,4; International Students Organization 3,4; College Glee Club 2,3. Pet Peeve: People who talk too much-cheaters. Am- bition: To keep the date of June 20, 1964; to be a teacher. ANDRE P. CYR 271 Cedar Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Business Administration- Accounting: Delta Kappa Phi Frater- nity, Circle K Vice President 3. Pet Peeve: Phonies. Ambition: To achieve financial success by 35. AGNES M. D ' AGUIAR 173 Crapo Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Business Administration-Marketing: Dean ' s List Semester 6; Tech Talk 2,3,4; Kappa Sigma Phi Sorority 4; Newman Club 1,2; Assistant Layout Editor Mainstay; Marketing Association 3,4; Bowling League 1,2; D.K. Minstrel 1,3,4. Pet Peeve: Cur- few. Ambition: To be a good English teacher. 20 HERVE J. DEPRATO 347 North Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Business Administration-Marketing: Phi Psi Fraternity 3,4; Bowling League 1, Vice President 2; Newman Club 1,2; Vice President of the Marketing Association 3,4; Assistant Editor Mainstay; International Students Organization 4; Tech Talk 4; Delegate to the 39th Annual American Collegiate Press Con- ference. Pet Peeve: Phonies. Ambition: To get my Master ' s and eventually teach on a collegiate level. RICHARD O. DESRUISSEAU 60 Vernon Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Business Administration-Accounting: Pet Peeve: School social functions held on weekday nights. Ambition: To be able to re- lax and enjoy my family, and of course to make a lot of money to be able to support them. WILLIAM A. FONTES 8 Winsor Street, Fairhaven, Massachusetts Business Administration-Management: Phi Psi Fraternity 1,2,3, 4; American Management Association Vice President 4; Man- agement Club 3; I.F.C. 2; Senior Class Treasurer; Student Council 4; Reporter Tech Talk 3,4; Mainstay Business Staff. Pet Peeve: Trying to find a parking space at 8:05 A.M. Am- bition: To be a successful manager. - FREDERICK T. FRIEDBERG 346 Maple Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Business Administration-Accounting: Delta Kappa Phi. Fra- ternity 1,2,3,4; Circle K 3, Lt. Governor 4; Glee Club 2,3; Tech Talk 4; Mainstay Business Staff. Pet Peeve: The apathy at Tech. Ambition: To be a successful teacher. 21 JOSEPH C. GALEGO, Jr. 48 Lynnwood Street, North Dartmouth, Mass. Business Administration-Marketing: Sophomore Class Vice President; Member of the Student Council 2; President of the Bowling League 2; President of the Marketing Association 3,4; Advertising Manager Tech Talk 4; Delta Kappa Phi Fraternity 2,3,4. Pet Peeve: Laziness and inefficiency. Ambi- tion: Success in a sales career. KATHLEEN GORDON 15 Pope Street, Acushnet, Massachusetts Business Administration Accounting: Sophomore Class Treas- urer; Secretary of the Student Council 2; President of Chi Delta Phi Sorority; Business Editor-Mainstay; I.S.O. Raffle. Pet Peeve: Clean cafeteria — the Lounge. Ambition: A RICH full life. ARTHUR C. HEFFERNAN 65 3 Brock Avenue, New Bedford, Massachusetts Business Administration-Management: Ivy Circle Textbook Scholarship 3,4; Management Club 3,4; Baseball Team 2; American Management Association (Student Chapter) 4; N.B.I.T. Alumni Scholarship 4. Pet Peeve: Technical Report. Ambition: To succeed. DANIEL JACINTHO 6 Studley Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Business Administration- Accounting: Phi Psi Fraternity 3,4; ISO 4; Mainstay Business Staff. Pet Peeve: People who profess knowing a little about everything but in reality know a lot about nothing. Ambition: To attain a degree of economic and social success in life. FREDERICK A. KASAP 3 3 Junior Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Business Administration-Management: Delta Kappa Phi Frat- ernity 2,3,4; Management Club 3,4; American Management Association 4. Pet Peeve ' - Term Papers. Ambition ' - Teaching. JAMES M. KENNEY 23 Allen Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Business Administration-Management: Nu Beta Tau; Amer- ican Management Association 3, Treasurer 4; Management Club 3; Circle K 2, Board of Directors 3 and 4; Tech Booster Club Scholarship Committee 3. Pet Peeve- Gambling. Ambi- tion- To be proficient in a managerial career. MARCIA A. KING 137 River Road, New Bedford, Massachusetts Business Administration-Marketing: Chi Delta Phi Sorority; Newman Club Secretary 3,4; Glee Club Secretary 2,3,4; Mar- keting Association Secretary 3,4; Bowling League 1,2; Main- stay Business Staff. Pet Peeve ' - Having my first name spelled wrong. Ambition ' To be successful. CLAUDE A. LEBLANC 101 Nye Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Business Administration-Marketing: Newman Club 1,2,3,4; Marketing Association 3,4; Delta Kappa Phi Fraternity 2,3,4. Pet Peeve: Army vs. Navy football games. Ambition: To put my college education to good use. 24 ROLAND LEBLANC 1091 Tacoma Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Business Administration-Accounting: Newman Club 1,2; Nu Beta Tau Fraternity 3,4; Dean ' s List Semesters 2,3,4,5,6; B.A. Scholarship Dance Committee 1,2,3,4; International Students Organization 4; Text Book Scholarship Awards 2,3,4; Main- stay Business Staff. Pet Peeve ' - People who say they will work until work is to be done, and then do no more. Ambition: Little bit of everything that makes a lot of happiness. _ PAULINE M. LEVASSEUR 23 Covell Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Business Administration-Management: Management Club 3, Secretary 4; Student Member of the American Management Association 4; Glee Club 2,3,4; Tech Talk Staff 3,4; Bowling League 1 ; Newman Club 1 . Pet Peeve- During a bad snow storm when classes are canceled only after I ' ve already made the trip to school. Ambition ' - To break my habit of always waiting to the last minute to do something. GERARD E. LEVESQUE 28 Nye Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Business Administration- Accounting: Delta Kappa Phi Frater- nity; Mainstay Staff; Dean ' s List, Semesters 4,6. Pet Peeve ' - Long winded teachers and those that can ' t remember names. Ambition- To own 50 houses by 1980 (tenement houses). MARY ANN E. LOMBA 87 Washington Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Business Administration-Marketing: Kappa Sigma Phi 1,2, Officer of Discipline 3,4; Newman Club 1,2,3,4; Treasurer of the Marketing Association 3,4; Pep Squad 1; Glee Club 1,2, Treasurer 3,4; Delta Kappa Phi ' s Minstrel, Chorus 4. Pet Peeve- Liars and conceited people. Ambition ' - To travel to Europe once in my life time. JOSEPH F. LOMBARDI 264 Spring Street, East Bridgewater, Massachusetts Business Administration-Management: Delta Kappa Phi Frater- nity 1,2,3,4; Management Club 3,4; American Management Association 4. Pet Peeve: History courses. Ambition: Business Executive. CAROLYN J. MORIN 142 Longwood Avenue, North Dartmouth, Mass. Business Administration- Accounting: Kappa Sigma Phi Sorority 1-2, Vice President 3,4; Bowling League 1, Treasurer 2; New- man Club 1,2; D. K. Minstrel Show 1,3,4; I.F.C. Secretary- Treasurer 3; Tech Talk 3, Layout Editor 4; Mainstay Layout Editor. Pet Peeve ' - Tech Talk Newspaper. Ambition ' - To be- come a successful business teacher. WILLIAM MOSHER 477 Smith Neck Road, South Dartmouth, Mass. Business Administration-Management: Delta Kappa Phi Fraternity 1,2,3, Vice President 4; Tech Talk 1,2, Business Manager 3,4; Circle K 2,3; Student Chapter American Man- agement Association 3,4. Pet Peeve ' - Status seekers. Ambition ' - To retire at 35 as a millionaire. GEORGE T. NICKERSON 124 Giflford Road, North Westport, Massachusetts Business Administration-Accounting: Basketball 1; Circle K 3,4; Delta Kappa Phi Fraternity 3,4. Pet Peeve: Organized chaos. Ambition: Math instructor. ROBERT L. PELLETIER, Jr. 3 65 Hersom Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Business Administration-Management: Tech Talk Staff; Circle K; Editor ' s Staff, Mainstay; International Students Organiza- tion 4; Management Club 3,4; American Management Asso- ciation; Newman Club; Bowling League 2; Delegate to the 39th Annual American Collegiate Press Conference. Pet Peeve ' - Those who say " Genuwine " . Ambition ' - To be able to con- stantly travel everywhere. CLAIRE PERREAULT 22 5 Robinson Road, Acushnet, Massachusetts Business Administration-Marketing: Secretary of Senior Class; Student Council 4; Tech Talk 2,3,4; Newman Club 1,2,4; Library Aid 3,4; Kappa Sigma Phi Sorority 1,2,3,4; Marketing Association 3,4. Pet Peeve: The long ride from the country. Ambition: To be a successful teacher and to travel. GEORGE A. PERRY 37 Suffolk Avenue, North Dartmouth, Mass. Business Administration- Accounting: Delta Kappa Phi Fra- ternity 2,3,4; Circle K 3, Treasurer 4; Tech Talk Advertising Staff 4. Pet Peeve: C pluses. Ambition: To become successful in some area of accounting. SIDNEY E. E. POOLE 41 Bluefield Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Business Administration-Management: President of the Man- agement Club 3,4; American Management Association 4; Marketing Association 4; Nu Beta Tau Fraternity. Pet Peeve- Having to work for a living. Ambition- Not much, just life long contentment. 28 DOLORES P. POWELL 204 Whitman Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Business Administration- Accounting: Kappa Sigma Phi Soror- ity 1,2,3,4; Mainstay Staff; Pep Squad 1,2,3, Co-chairman 4; I.S.O. Raffle 3; I.S.O. Christmas Party 3. Pet Peeve ' - Instruc- tors who make their students feel like complete idiots. Ambi- tion- To become a Certified Public Accountant. RONALD P. RAPOZA 8 5 Walden Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Business Administration-Accounting: B.A. Ball Committee. Pet Peeve: N.B.I.T.; Phonies, Getting up in the morning. Ambition: Certified Public Accountant. GERARD A. RICHARD 13 5 Nash Road, New Bedford, Massachusetts Business Administration-Management: Management Club 3,4; American Management Association 4. Pet Peeve ' - Working 40 hours a week besides going to school. Ambition: To teach and receive my master ' s. JOHN P. RITA 22 Swift Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Business Administration-Management: Circle K International 2, Board of Directors 3 and 4; Chairman Tech Booster Club Scholarship Committee 3; American Management Association (Student Chapter) 3,4; Business Management Club 3,4; Phi Psi Fraternity 2,3,4. Pet Peeve ' - Spending many long hours accumulating data and writing a term paper only to have it receive a lower mark than one which you know was plagiarized. Ambition ' - To repay by deeds in the future, those who sacri- ficed in the past to make my education possible. 29 RAYMOND G. SLEIGHT 23 Hope Street, Acushnet, Massachusetts Business Administration-Marketing: Newman Club, Bowling League, Marketing Association, International Students Organ- ization. Pet Peeve: Those who talk about others. Ambition ' - To become Sales Manager for a large successful company. SIDNEY B. SMITH 46 Jonathan Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Business Administration- Accounting: President of the Student Council; Vice-President of the Senior Class; Vice-President of the Junior Class; Circle K Club; Social Chairman Delta Kappa Phi Fraternity. Pet Peeve: New York Giants. Ambition: To succeed. ROBERT J. SYLVIA 66 Nautilus Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Business Administration- Accounting: Mainstay Editor; Nu Beta Tau Fraternity; President of the International Students Organization, Newman Club; Dean ' s List Semesters 2,3,4; Delegate to the 39th Annual American Collegiate Press Con- ference; Fraternity Treasurer ' s Committee. Pet Peeve- ' Those who feel a specialized education is true knowledge. Ambition ' - To lead a healthy, happy, and successful life. MARTIN E. TREADUP 560 Middle Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Business Administration- Accounting: Basketball 1,2,3; New- man Club 4. Pet Peeve ' - Four o ' clock classes. Ambition: To become President of a local savings bank. PATRICK J. WALSH, Jr. 803 N. Main Street, Raynham, Massachusetts Business Administration-Management: Management Club, American Management Association Student Member, Dean ' s List Semesters 3,4,5,6,7. Pet Peeve ' - People who talk while I ' m interrupting. Ambition ' - Make as much money as I spend. DONALD M. YERID 75 Chestnut Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Business Administration- Accounting: Mainstay Treasurer; Dean ' s List Semesters 2,5. Pet Peeve ' - Inconsideration to fel- low man. Ambition ' - Pass Massachusetts Bar Exam. JANE M. YOUNG 77 Taber Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Business Administration-Marketing: Chi Delta Phi Sorority 3,4; Bowling League 1,2; Mainstay Business Staff; Tech Talk 2,3,4; Newman Club 1,2,4; Marketing Association. Pet Peeve ' - The attitude of New Bedford resident concerning N.B.I.T. Ambition: To be happy. 32 t - SI A) H a VKT mmJM ' M. ' rrvi m 1 tegSC -m - 1 . JOHN R. GANSON 78 Moss Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Chemistry: Phi Si Fraternity 1,2,3, President 4; I.F.C. 3,4; American Chemical Society 2,3,4. Pet Peeve: The three cut system. Ambition ' - To contribute in some small way to the betterment of mankind. KENNETH G. GOODHUE 424 West Clinton Street, New Bedford, Mass. Textile Chemistry: Phi Psi Fraternity, Baseball Team, A.C.S., A.A.T.CC Pet Peeve ' - Teachers who are unprepared and dis- organized Lectures. Ambition: To obtain a Master ' s Degree in organic or physical chemistry and to become a college professor and do basic research. JEFFREY J. JACKSON 69 Fort Street, Fairhaven, Massachusetts Chemistry: Phi Psi Fraternity 1,2,3 A ' , Freshman Vice Presi- dent; Student Council 1; ACS.; International Students Organ- ization; Tennis 1,2,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Tech Talk 2. Pet Peeve: Rash acts or decisions prompted by illogical supposi- tions. Ambition: To find the " what " and " why " of life through radiology and philosophy. CHARLES H. MANLEY 123 State Road, North Dartmouth, Massachusetts Chemistry: Phi Psi Fraternity 1,2, Secretary 3,4; Amer- ican Chemical Society 1,2; Vice Chairman 3,4; I.F.C. 3,4; Official Delegate, Inter Collegiate Chemical Society 3. Pet Peeve- Unorganized Chemistry labs. Ambition ' - Graduate study and research in Biochemistry. ROBERT L. MARTIN 23 7 Middle Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Chemistry: Chess Club President 1; Glee Club 2, President 3,4; Nu Beta Tau Fraternity 1,2, Social Chairman 3 and 4; Inter-Collegiate Chemical Society, Official Delegate. Pet Peeve- Vet peeves. Ambitions ' Stomp out breed of wild mice in un- kempt laboratory stock rooms. ROBERT J. OLIVEIRA 3 3 Bonney Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Chemistry: Phi Psi Fraternity, American Chemical Society (Student Affiliation), Christmas Glee Club. Pet Peeve ' - Pro- fessors who don ' t adequately prepare laboratory courses. Am- bition- To achieve the degree of Ph.D. in some discipline of chemistry. Hmmm, who would guess that 1 created love potion No. 9 r RICHARD ANDERSON 128 Center Street, North Easton, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering: IRE 2,3; IEEE 4; Pet Peeve: History Courses; Ambition: To ask questions and find the answers. PAUL DESBIENS 245 Central Avenue, New Bedford, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering: AIEEE 1,2,3,4; IRE 1,2,3,4; IEEEE 1,2,3,4; Nu Beta Tau Fraternity 2,3,4; Bowling League 2; Newman Club. Pet Peeve ' - Afternoon classes (can ' t stay awake). Ambition: To obtain that paper on May 31, 1964. BERNARD J. FERIOLI Rae Avenue, W. Wareham, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering: IEEE, Nu Beta Tau Fraternity, New- man Club. Pet Peeve ' - P N Puppies. Ambition ' - Retire at 35. ALBERT E. GIFFORD 93 Merrimac Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering: Phi Psi Fraternity, IEEE. Pet Peeve ' - Grades less than A plus. Ambition: To be healthy, wealthy, and wise. JOHN HAALAND, Jr. 127 North William Street, Fairhaven, Mass. Electrical Engineering: Freshman Intramural Basketball; Nu Beta Tau Fraternity, Ritualist and Historian; IEEE; Bowling League. Pet Peeve ' - Teachers who collect homework. Ambition ' - To be a successful engineer. ERNEST W. HARDING 483 Middleboro Avenue, East Taunton, Mass. Electrical Engineering: IEEE 1,2,3,4, Vice Chairman 3; Nu Beta Tau Fraternity 2, Vice President 3, President 4; I.F.C. 3,4. Pet Peeve- ' Immature people. Ambition- ' To get into a field of engineering I will like. ALBERT N. LEVASSEUR Box 340, County Road, East Freetown, Mass. Electrical Engineering: Nu Beta Tau Fraternity 1,2,3, Cor- responding Secretary 4, Judicial Counsel Chairman; IEEE 1,2,3,4. Pet Peeve: One-way streets. Ambition: To be a success- ful engineer. ALLAN L. LUCKRAFT 8 5 Illinois Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering: IEEE, Nu Beta Tau Fraternity, New- man Club, Golf Team. Pet Peeve: Slow Greyhound. Ambition ' - U.S. Open— 1970. 40 ARTHUR J. MARLEY, Jr. 115 Miantonomi Avenue, Middletown, Rhode Island Electrical Engineering: IEEE Secretary 1, Program Chairman 2, Chairman 3; Nu Beta Tau Fraternity Treasurer 2. Pet Peeve: Form letters. Ambition: To teach ethics to technical placement administrators. JOAO H. MASCARENHAS 443 Bolten Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering: AIEE-IRE 1,2,3; Corresponding Secre- tary of the AIEE 2; IEEE 4; Nu Beta Tau Fraternity 2,3,4. Pet Peeve: Beige (P.B.S. ) Volkswagens. Ambition ' - To be satisfied with my job. KENNETH L. NICHOLS 20 Braun Road, West Yarmouth, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering: AIEE 1,2, Corresponding Secretary 3; Secretary of the IEEE 4; Nu Beta Tau Fraternity 2, official Delegate 3,4; I.F.C. 3, Vice President 4. Pet Peeve: Exams and Quizzes! Ambition ' - To be a successful engineer. RONALD J. ROBILLARD 5 1 Princeton Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering: Nu Beta Tau Fraternity Secretary 2,3,4; Treasurer IEEE 3. Pet Peeve: Doing homework. Ambition ' - To oe successful. 41 WILLARD C. SCHIMMEL, HMC (SS), U. S. Naval Fleet Reserve 65 Hacker Street, Fairhaven, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering: AIEE-IRE 1,2,3 Secretary; Treasurer IEEE 4; Nu Beta Tau Fraternity 2,3,4 Treasurer; Newman Club 3,4. Pet Peeve: Complacency. Ambition ' - To accept congratulations from those skeptics who said that I would never make it. JOHN R. SWARTZ 443 Wareham Street, Middleboro, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering: Nu Beta Tau Fraternity 3,4; IRE- AIEE 1,2,3, Executive Committee and Electronics Week Chair- man; IEEE 4, Executive Committee and Program Committee Chairman. Pet Peeve ' - Thyratron Circuits with A.C. Shorts. Ambition: To be successfully happy. CHARLES TAYLOR 63 Annandale Road, Newport, Rhode Island Electrical Engineering: Nu Beta Tau Ritualist 2; IEEE; IRE Correspondent Secretary 2,3. Pet Peeve: New Bedford 8 A.M. traffic. Ambition: To do a Thevining equivatent cir- cuit problem and get it right the first time. JOHN J. VIEIRA 49 Winterville Road, New Bedford, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering: IEEE 1,2,3,4; Nu Beta Tau Fraternity 3,4. Pet Peeve: High school females. Ambition: 1000 patents, 3 boys, 3 girls, and a gasoline credit card. EVERETT A. WHITE Keene Road, East Freetown, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering: Nu Beta Tau Fraternity 2,3,4; IEEE 4; IRE 2,3; AIEEE 2,3; I.F.C. 4. Pet Peeve: Afternoon Classes. Ambition ' - Successful and happy at my chosen profession. JOHN W. WHITEHEAD 17 Hope Street, Taunton, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering: IEEE; Nu Beta Tau Fraternity; New- man Club. Pet Peeve ' - Golf and bowling. Ambition ' - To be suc- cessful and rich! ! •? I John can I plug it in his ear? ■C3 " H MECHANICAL ENGINEERING H. HENRY BLACKBURN 922 Middle Road, Acushnet, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering: M.E. Club, Newman Club, Baseball. Pet Peeve: People who squeeze instructors for extra points. Ambition ' - To be a gentleman of leisure. EDWARD J. CLOUTIER 211 James Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering: Phi Psi Fraternity 3,4; Newman Club 1,2,3; Tech Talk 1,2,3; President of the Sophomore Class; Student Council 2; M.E. Club 1,2,3,4; Ski Club Chairman 2,3. Pet Peeve ' - Legal cheating. Ambition ' - To restore a sense of joy in life and learning. SHELTON T. HOOD 70 Fort Street, Fairhaven, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering: Phi Psi Fraternity 1,2,3,4; M.E. Club 1,2,3,4; Tech Talk 1. Pet Peeve ' - Taking 4 hour exams in 50 minutes. Ambition ' - To own my own consultant engineering firm. DANIEL PACHECO 7 Cleveland Street, South Dartmouth, Mass. Mechanical Engineering: M.E. Club 1, Valentine Ball Com- mittee 2, Vice President 3, President 4; Phi Psi Fraternity 2,3, Chapter Editor 4. Pet Peeve: Closed-book exams. Ambition: To become a consultant engineering and own my own engineering firm. WILLIAM S. SIWIK, Jr. 85 Watson Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering: M.E. Club, Phi Psi Fraternity. Pet Peeve: 4 o ' clock labs. Ambition: To enjoy my $250,000 home. WAYNE C. SNELL 3 6 Lemos Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering: Phi Psi Fraternity; M.E. Club Treas- urer 3, Corresponding Secretary 4. Pet Peeve ' - Surprise Quizzes. Ambition ' - To make good. MICHAEL L. SZYDLOWSKI 23 Ashley Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering: M.E. Club 1,2, Secretary 3,4; Phi Psi Fraternity 1, Social Committee 2, Social Committee Head 3,4. Pet Peeve ' - Afternoon labs with talkative professors and security- seeking people. Ambition: To retire after graduation and live a full life. A XI i s% %Z r ,± X! DESI N ROGER W. ALVERNAZ 6 Arnold Street, South Dartmouth, Massachusetts Textile Design and Fashion: Mainstay Staff. Pet Peeve- Getting out of class and finding my car with a flat. Ambition ' - To go up the Amazon and come back. SUZANNE L. AMARAL 61 Main Street, Fairhaven, Massachusetts Textile Design and Fashion: Kappa Sigma Phi Sorority 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3, President 4; Treasurer of the Protestant Fel- lowship 2, Treasurer. Pet Peeve- Loudmouth people. Ambition ' - Art teacher. MARSHA R. ASHLEY 1187 Pleasant Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Textile Design and Fashion: Chi Delta Phi Sorority 3, Treas- urer 4; Dean ' s List Semesters 1,2,3,7. Pet Peeve: Sewing Class. Ambition ' - To have a sports car and a yacht. KATHLEEN J. BLAKE 111 Shawmut Avenue, New Bedford, Massachusetts Textile Design and Fashion: Chi Delta Phi Sorority 3, Pledge Leader 4. Pet Peeve: Mental midgets. Ambition: To escape. JUDITH M. CATLOW New York Avenue, Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts Textile Design and Fashion: Cheerleader 1; Newman Club 1; Tech Talk 3,4; Glee Club 4; Kappa Sigma Phi Sorority 2,3, Vice President 4; I.F.C. Secretary-Treasurer 4; Senior Week Committee. Pet Peeve ' - Alarm clocks. Ambition- To be a fabric print designer. MARCIA W. CROWELL Crowfoot Farm, Eliot, Maine Textile Design and Fashion: Cheerleader 1,2,3, Head cheer- learer 4; Kappa Sigma Phi 1,2,3,4; Tech Talk 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 4; Dean ' s List Semesters 2,3,6; I.F.C. 4; Mainstay Staff 4. Pet Peeve- Ignorance and arrogance. Ambition ' - Teaching in the art and apparel fields. BETSY A. DAMOS 257 Rockdale Avenue, New Bedford, Massachusetts Textile Design and Fashion: Newman Club 1,2; Tech Talk 1.3, Office Manager 2,4; Chi Delta Phi Sorority Vice President 3, President 4; I.F.C.; Mainstay Art Staff; Dean ' s List Semesters 3.4. Pet Peeve ' Narrowmindedness. Ambition- First, to do the things I want most to do, and, secondly, to find that I ' m happy doing them. CAROL J. MEIA 464 Belleville Avenue, New Bedford, Mass. Textile Design and Fashion: Newman Club 1,2,4; Kappa Sigma Phi Sorority 2,3,4; Tech Talk 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 4; Cheerleader 2,3, Head cheerleader 4; Freshman Class Treas- urer; Student Council 1. Pet Peeve ' - Unsolicited advice. Am- bition: Fame in the theatrical world. NANCY A. MOORE 5 Depot Street, Mattapoisett, Massachusetts Textile Design and Fashion: Cheerleader 1,2; Protestant Fel- lowship 1,3; International Students Organization 1,2,3,4; Tech Talk 3,4; Glee Club 4; Kappa Sigma Phi Sorority 2,3, Presi- dent 4; I.F.C. 4. Pet Peeve: Egotistical men. Ambition- To teach art therapy. JOTHAM M. MYERS 70 Country Club Road, Cheshire, Connecticut Textile Design and Fashion: Tech Talk 2,3,4; Mainstay Art Editor; Circle K 3, E-10. Pet Peeve ' - A certain person. Am- bition ' - I want to be independently wealthy so I can pay for the parts to keep my VW going. ' INEZ PACHECO 181 Rogers Street, North Dartmouth, Massachusetts Textile Design and Fashion: Chi Delta Phi Sorority 3,4; Art Staff of Tech Talk 4; Glee Club 1,2,3. Pet Peeve: People who borrow without asking. Ambition ' - Fashion illustrator. SANDRA PARSHALL 22 Summer Street, Fairhaven, Massachusetts Textile Design and Fashion: Protestant Fellowship. Ambition ' - To be a good mother and housewife. New Model?? 54 v Bf-ifa ; um.m •I ' - ' i ' im f , „! i j TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY •»if HARRY J. BATTY, Jr. 186 Milford Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Textile Technology: Phi Psi Fraternity; A ATT, Secretary. Pet Peeve ' - Bleeding ball point pens. Ambition: To obtain knowl- edge and use it as a means toward happiness. WIL BOWLER, Jr. 117 Robeson Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Textile Technology: Pet Peeve: People who mock and ridicule other people ' s way of life without understanding. Ambition ' - To be a follower of my heart and mind, and not that of others or society. DANIEL E. COSTA 3 39 Rivet Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Textile Technology: AATT 2,3,4; Photography Staff 3; Phi Psi Fraternity 2,3, Treasurer 4. Pet Peeve ' - Teachers who teach only for monetary values. Ambition ' - To spend a little time achieving difficult things, and a little longer time to achieve the im- possible. RICHARD A. FOSTER 3 2 Priscilla Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Textile Technology: AATT 2,3,4; Mechanical Engineering Club 1, Dean ' s List Semester 6. Pet Peeve: The pipes in the Old Building clattering during exams. Ambition ' - To be a suc- cess in anything I do. STANLEY D. GASTAR Main Street, Mattapoisett, Massachusetts Textile Technology: President of the Senior Class; Treasurer of the Junior Class; Phi Psi Fraternity 2,3, Vice President 4; AATT 2,3,4; Junior Member National Organization Treasurer 3,4; Student Council 3,4; I.F.C. 3,4. Pet Peeve ' - Lousy Friday night parties. Ambition ' - My own Destroyer. MARTIN C. HIGGINS 805 Valentine Street, Fall River, Massachusetts Textile Technology: Phi Psi Fraternity 2,3,4; AATT 2,3,4; J.V. Basketball 1,2; Intramural Basketball 2,3,4; Newman Club 1,2. Pet Peeve ' - Finessers; yellow sneakers; short, obese, blond alcoholics and cheaters. Ambition ' - To live and die by the sword. ROLAND A. LAFERRIERE 14 Winsor Street, Fairhaven, Massachusetts Textile Technology: Freshman Class Vice President, Member of Student Council 1; AATT 3,4; Delta Kappa Phi Fraternity 2,3,4. Pet Peeve: Too numerous to mention. Ambition: To stay as sweet as I am. WILLIAM H. LOSCH, Jr. 69 Presidential Heights, New Bedford, Mass. Textile Technology: Delta Kappa Phi Fraternity 1,2,3,4; AATT 4. Pet Peeve ' - Textiles. Ambition ' - To set up the first textile mill on Mars. FRANK IOURO 301 Sawyer Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Textile Technology: Nu Beta Tau 1,2,3,4. Pet Peeve- Evasive, indecisive people. Ambition- To be financially secure. ANIBAL MEDEIROS, Jr. 117 Porter Street, Acusknet, Massachusetts Textile Technology: AATT 2,3; Phi Psi Fraternity 2,3,4; Camera Club 4. Pet Peeve- Those who are not too bright and give the same final exams year after year. Ambition ' - To lead a successful, happy, prosperous, and quiet life. PHILIP J. MURPHY, Jr. 165 Rounds Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Textile Technology: Track 1,2; Newman Club; AATT. Pet Peeve ' - People who dissent from noon hour walks down street. Ambition: To coach the N. Y. football Giants to 20 consec- utive world titles. STEPHEN PASELL 152 Campbell Street, New Bedford, Massaschusetts Textile Technology: AATT, Protestant Fellowship. Pet Peeve: People who can ' t do their own work. Ambition: To be a suc- cess in life. 60 JAMES PORTE 57 Parker Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Textile Technology: Freshman Basketball 1; Varsity Basketball 2; Tech Talk 2; Circle K 3,4; AATT 1,3,4; ASTC 1; Delta Kappa Phi Fraternity 1,2, Chapter Secretary 3,4. Pet Peeve: Higgins and Bowler leaving for distant lands, while I wave goodbye on Route 6. Ambition: wish to visit Japan and China, in order to mix textile business with Oriental pleasures and see what really develops. HENRY W. ROSSI 108 Eddy Street, Fall River, Massachusetts Textile Technology: AATT 2,3,4; Baseball 2; Phi Psi Fra- ternity 2,3,4. Pet Peeve ' - Getting out of bed in the morning. Ambition: To start a new cycle of life where there is either continuous sleep, or no sleep at all. 61 CYRUS TAMADDON 87 Tamaddon Street, Rezaieh, Iran Textile Technology: International Students Organization 1,2,3, Vice President 4; AATT 1,2,3,4; Tech Talk Photographer 1,2,3 ,4. Pet Peeve ' - Frustrations. Ambition: To spend a moonlit week-end on Martha ' s Vineyard each summer, to ride a bike, to look at the sea, the sunset, and the beauty of her .... RONALD C. YATES 249 Lafayette Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts Textile Technology: Secretary of the Junior Class; Student Council 3; Delta Kappa Phi Fraternity 2,3, Sergeant at Arms 4; AATT 2, Vice President 3, President 4. Pet Peeve ' - My own inconsistency. Ambition ' - Happiness. . T£TOfCtfTtI ' • ' , This year turned out to be a better year than was expected, for " Tech Talk " started off without a layout staff, a deficiency in reporters, and quite a few members who had very little experience in newspaper work. Controversy was no stranger, what with many articles that, in the past, would never have been printed. Nothing was kept out of the paper that was felt to be of student interest. Even with this drastic change in policy, few enemies were made. With a maturing staff, the errors have grown to be few, and next year a better newspaper will be the result of this growth and interest shown by the staff and students. This year the biggest happening in the office, aside from the countless debates, was that the office was finally refurbished. Circle " K " supplied most of the labor, which cleaned, repainted, and polished the office to a state it hasn ' t seen for years. A new furniture arrangement was introduced which has proved more effective than the previ- ous setup. Thus with a new staff, and a new office, we have finished this year in a much better position than what was envisioned in the green days of September. This year we will loose several key members, but with their foresight in training their subordinates, this void will be filled. To this year ' s graduating class, " Tech Talk " sends its best wishes of good luck in the business world. Officers: Editor-in-Chief J. Joseph Pennington Jr. Assistant Editor Jotham Myers Layout Editor Carolyn Morin Sports Editor John Kidd Art Editor Jeanne Gingras Business Manager Winifred Adams Advertising Manager Joseph Galego Office Manager Betsy Damos Circulation Manager Frank Rezendes 64 TECH New Bedford The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Student Branch is a result of the joining of the American Institute of Electrical En- gineers and the Institute of Radio Engineers in 1963. At that time stu- dents at the New Bedford Institute of Technology were already deriving the benefits that accrued from this merger of two great professional organizations, as an A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Joint Student Branch had been main- tained at the school since the spring of I960. The program of the I.E.E.E. Stu- dent Branch Chapter is designed to aid and encourage the professional development of student electrical engineers. Weekly lectures, films, and distribution of technical litera- ture are supported by occasional field trips to industry or government sites in giving the student a broad picture of professional engineering practices. In November of each year, the Branch participates in Electronics Week activities by assembling dis- plays at school and in downtown New Bedford. A scholarship fund, financed through the members ' ef- forts, is used to provide scholarship monies awarded at Class Day Exer- cises each year. JL.X_ .X_ .J-j. NJB.I.T. Mechanical Engineering Club The M.E. Club is designed to further the knowledge and education of the engineering students at Tech and to better the business contacts between the student engineer and related industries. The club seeks to foster professional attitudes in its members by exposure to engineering speakers at dinner meetings, films related to engineering topics, and tours of industrial plants. Social con- tacts between students and faculty are also encouraged at dinner meet- ings, dances and other functions. The officers are: President, Daniel Pacheco; Vice-President, Peter Saul- nier; Corresponding Secretary, Wayne Snell; and Treasurer, Francis Waclawik. The Faculty Advisor is Professor V. Louis Roberts. Members: Edward Cloutier John Everett Manual Garcia William Siwik John Kable M. Szydlowski American Chemical Society American Association for Textile Technologist This organization, formed in February of 1958, was originally called the Textile Engineering Club. In March of 1962 it re- ceived its charter, becoming the first student chapter of the American Association for Textile Technologist. The objects of a student chapter of AATT are to provide students an early means of becoming associated with the organi- zation of AATT and to advance at the local level the aims and goals of the parent National Association which are to encourage mutual understanding in the fields of textile technology and marketing; cooperation with established facilities for textile education; and the interchange and dissemination of profes- sional knowledge among its members and with other industry groups. The officers for the present year are: President, Ronald C. Yates; Vice-President, James Texeira; Secretary, Harry J. Batty, Jr.; and Treasurer, Robert Axtell. Newman Club Protestant Youth Fellowship vVv O BMWWWWSfBJMBBSaJaH- H International Students Organization Inter-Fraternity Council Glee Club Marketing Association Management Club The New Bedford Institute of Technology Management Club is a student organization which attempts to give the junior and senior majoring in Management a greater understanding of the problems and prac- tices in all areas of business. The Senior officers, who were elected in May, 1963 and served until Jan. 1964, were: Sidney Poole, President; William Fontes, Vice-President; Pauline Levasseur, Secretary; and James Kenney, Treasurer. Circle K Circle K Club is a service organization which functions both internationally and locally. In the past years there has been in- valuable service performed to the school and the community as well. Members of the New Bedford Tech Circle K have partici- pated actively in all levels of Circle K, sending its representa- tives to the organization ' s International and District Conventions. This past year, the Circle K Club of New Bedford was awarded the District Single Service Award. The class officers are: Presi- dent, Frank Rezendes; Vice-President, Fred Friedberg; Secretary, Kenneth Goulart; Treasurer, George Perry; Faculty Advisor; James Flannagan; Kiwanis Advisor, Bruce Borden. Board of Directors: Peter Titcomb, James Kenney, and James Rita. © ft r Bf 1 — nf B BtaE " ' Til Ik pi I P f 0 i h T C% C £JL Er ryTi kJ( X b M L JB ■nfJilBiB A V m B ■ B. Br- ■ Ba. m ■ IB fl 1 H B . aI W x mS Bi JiB B - ' B JbbK 4Bb fr m 3 Ik ' 1 III 1 L l W B l B H B fl Bkifl K l Wk 4 WBM j i ym m i a II ill 1 71 .!■ 1 ._ 71 Student Council American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists With the lack of campus life here at Tech, one of the services of the fraternities is to provide recreational pursuits for their brothers. Nu Beta Tau Fraternity was organized as a social fraternity when a group of enterprising Sophomores recognized the need for a third fraternity, one having no professional affiliations, to provide social ac- tivities for men in all majors at Tech. The organization received its charter in 1958 and, after the efforts of four years, leased and renovated a Fraternity House at 237 Middle Street, New Bedford, Mass. Nu Beta Tau was the first fraternity in this area to substitute " Help Week " for " Hell Week. " This innovation has been well-received both here at school and in the surrounding communities. Non-profit organizations such as St. Mary ' s Home and the New Bedford Boy ' s Club have profited from the use of pledge labor. Social functions sponsored by Nu Beta Tau include the " Pumkin Prom, " held during the Halloween season, and many popular parties at the fraternity house facilities. Officers President Ernest Harding Vice-President Everette White Recording Secretary .... Ronald Robillard Rush Chairman Joe Duggan Treasurer Willard Schimmel Social Chairman Robert Martin Corresponding Sec Paul Payette Ritualist John Haaland Members Octave Aguiar Jim Andrade John Bissonnette Jim Collins Paul Desbiens Lee Estes Bernie Ferioli Gerry Ferreira Ray Frenette Jorge Garcia Ken Goulart Fred Grizamala Bill Hardie Don Jackson Steve Jansen Sheldon Kent Roland Leblanc Albert Levasseur Bradford Livesey Mike Lopes Frank Louro Al Luckcraft Arthur Marley John Mascarenhas Kenneth Nichols Al Petti Carlton Pimental Stan Popielarz Ed Powers Dana Shave John Swartz Robert Sylvia Charles Taylor John Whitehead John Vieira Nu Beta Tau Fraternity 73 Delta Kappa Phi Delta Kappa Phi Fraternity is one of the oldest national fra- ternities in America. It is listed in the World Almanac and the Blue Book of professional fraternities. The members of Delta Chapter are matriculating in chemistry, engineering, textile and business administration courses offered here at New Bedford Institute of Technology. With campus life limited as it is here at Tech, the student has to turn to a fraternity for the social aspect of college life. D. K. brings into realization this desire of its members through the use of its large fraternity house located at 54 Campbell Street. The purposes of the Fraternity are many. For the school Delta Kappa Phi is a service organization. The Fraternity continually strives to advance the aims and interests of the school through the various projects, services, and activities of its members. For the members the Fraternity is an inspiration to high scholastic achievement by encouraging its members in acquiring a thorough education in the courses of their choice. The fraternity relation- ships and social enjoyment gained by the members assists in forming the bonds of friendship between men of common interests. By encouraging active participation of the members in all school activities, athletics, and other functions, the Fra- ternity serves to promote a well-rounded character development. For the industry the Fraternity functions to furnish professional men of high caliber for executive and managerial responsibilities. The officers are: President, Andrew Dufresne; Vice-President, John McDermott; Correspondence Secretary, James Teixeira; Recording Secretary, James Porte; Treasurer, Jeffery Lewis. Active Brothers Robert Alves John Anjos Robert Axtell Kenneth Barclay Gerard Beaulieu Paul Bertrand Donald Blanchette Dennis Boni Robert Borges David Bruce Richard Budd Jeffery Burt David Cabral John Camara Manual Capitao Joseph Carrigan Kenneth Cathcart John Charves Charles Costa Andy Cyr Robert DeMello Paul Dextraze David Dowd James Dufficy Andrew Dufresne Ronald Wade John Everett Richard Frechette Fredrick Friedberg Richard Flood Robert Ferreira James Gardner Peter Guisti Joseph Galego John Hemingway William Hall Allen Jason Michael Jamgochain Warren Jones Fredrick Kasap John Kidd Chester Kawa Roland LaFerreire Bruce Lawton Claude LeBlanc Richard Letendre Gerald Levesque Jeffery Lewis Joseph Lombardi Robert Lopes William Losch Bruce Violante Thomas Mendell John McDermott Gerald Mauretti William Mosher George Nickerson Donald Nolan Steven Nowell John O ' Rourke Rodney Philbrick George Perry Donald Parker Robert Rapoza James Porte James Pye Joseph Pennington Charles Rebello Francis Rezendes Peter Saulnier Robert Sheehan Edmund Silva Sidney Smith Peter Tarini James Teixeira Peter Titcomb Alton Wilson Ronald Yates 74 Members Roger Adams Bernard Alfonso August Andrade William Andrade Lionel Avila Ronald Barros Raymond Blackburn Robert Bowman Harry Batty Allen Bozek Herbert Bump Walter Burke Joseph Carreiro Ronald Chadwick Paul Cavanaugh Edward Cloutier Leonard Correia Paul Correia Daniel Costa Donald Costa Herman Costa James Cousens James Crook James Cunniff Adrian Dauphin Herve Dc Prato Jeffrey DeMello John Farrington Stephen Ferreira Anthony Ferro John Foster Walter Gasior William Fontes John Ganson Stanley Gastar Kenneth Goodhue Ronald Godlewski Donald Greaves Raymond Hall William Hardin Martin Higgins Shelton Hood Jeffrey Jackson John Jardin Daniel Jacintho Anibal Medeiros Robert Jakusik Edward Karl Robert Lamontagne Charles Man ley George Korowski Joaquim Livramento Frances Medeiros John McKay Peter Morris Gilbert d ' Oliveira Robert Oliveira Daniel Pacheco Robert Edward Santos Robert Santos John Rita Henry Rossi Thomas Sheehan Henry Stasion Walter Shepard William Siwik Wayne Snell Manual Sumares James Stott Michael Szydlowski William Serpa Ronald Pacheco John Taylor Kenneth Tobjka Robert Tomasik Wayne Vieira Phi Psi Fraternity was founded at the Philadelphia College of Textile Engineering in 1903. The following year " Tech " re- ceived its charter and was officially named as Beta Chapter. The primary aims of the fraternity have been to promote good fel- lowship, high scholastic achievement, and mutual advancement of its members and the art of textile manufacturing. In view of modern technological changes both in management and pro- duction methods, recent constitutional amendments have been made whereby non-textile majors are encouraged to join this fraternity when their skills are such that they complement the successful operation of the textile industry. Phi Psi Fraternity is the largest professional fraternity of its kind with ten active chapters and twelve alumni chapters ex- tending along the Atlantic Coast and through to the South-West. The officers are: President, John R. Ganson; Vice-President, Stanley Gastar; Secretary, Charles Manley; Treasurer, Daniel Costa. Professor Edward Cloutier is the Faculty Advisor. Com- mittee Chairmen are: House, Wayne Snell; Bar, Walter Shepard; Pub. Rel. Daniel Pacheco; Social, Jeffrey Jackson. Phi Psi 75 Kappa Sigma Phi The Kappa Sigma Phi Sorority consists of 23 sisters whose purpose is the ex- change of knowledge, sincerity, and fraternity. The Sorority was established on the 27th of October 1943, at Philadelphia Textile Institute. The official colors are purple and white. Purple representing the high ideals which the Sorority stands for and white representing the purity of purpose. The official flower of the Sorority is the Iris. This years activities consisted of several successful couples parties sponsored in conjunction with Delta Kappa Phi Fraternity, a raffle, open house for new members, faculty luncheon, faculty-senior class buffet, a tea was given for the mothers of the girls. This year we sponsored an Apache Indian girl, Lorena Mae Wright, through Save the Children Federation. The Present officers are Nancy Moore, President; Judith Catlow, Vice-President; Jane Booth, Treasurer; Nancy Lussier, Secretary; Mary Ann Lomba, Officer of Discipline; Faculty Advisor, Vivian Zerbone. Members Suzanne Amaral Jane Booth Judith Catlow Diane Crowell Marcia Crowell Agnes D ' Aguiar Janice Dodge Marion Dow Paulette Duval Doreena Ferro Carolyn Gonet Kathleen Healy Helen Karowski Mary Ann Lomba Nancy Lussier Virginia Macker Carol Meia Nancy Moore Carolyn Morin Nancy Moura Claire Perrault Dolores Powell Florence Tenzar Mrs. E. Booth Miss E. Rammalette 76 Chi Delta Phi Chi Delta Phi Sorority is comprised of 28 sisters matriculating in the business administration, the textile chemistry, chemistry, and textile design and fashion de- partments here at the Institute. The Sorority was established on March 5, 1963 with the aims of furthering friendship between the women at the Institute. This is accomplished by providing social activities and activities of benefit to the school and community in which the sisters may partake. The colors, pink and white, are held as the traditional colors of the Sorority, and the pink chrysanthemum as the Sorority flower. Included in this yeat ' s activities are an open house buffet for prospective mem- bers, a hayride, couples party, Christmas caroling, a fashion show, a social dinner at the home of our faculty advisor, participation in the inter-sorority basketball game sponsored by the Circle K, a ski weekend, and our annual car wash. At Christmas- time the sisters also adopted a family of eight; this was a very rewarding experience. Officers are: Betsy Damos, President; Carolyn Martin, Vice-President; Gail Norton, Recording Secretary; Nancy Cairns, Treasurer; Kathleen Blake, Pledge Leader. Our faculty advisor is Miss Claire Riley. MEMBERS: Winifred Adams Victoria Aguiar Marsha Ashley Mrs. Stella Borowiec Karen Bergquist Kathleen Blake Claire Boucher Janice Brown Nancy Cairns Jeannette Caron Betsy Damos Lorraine De Prato Charlotte Feijo Jeanne Gingras Kathy Gordon Marcia King Carolyn Martin Deanna Medeiros Norreen Medeiros Beatrice Mello Gail Norton Inez Pacheco Pauline Raymond Ruth Rioux Janice Sylvia Janet Torres Jane Young i Mini S 1 r ' II ' -A ' ' ■ " ' : " ' H ™ " " -- - Jjfcfe ._« life ■ ' jr : W Sm 1 PpSSM: ; i liilflkiUKMra w, 1 ' - ' 4H ' ■ ' ■ ■ 1 1 ' M B ; ,--_ H __ J ' B t mr« -» 114 B L BB : . H i | .:.: ' :.. ' . ' .. ' ■ u 1 lllil HI ■:■■£;■ ' ■■ " L: ■ ■ ' - j ' ■ ■. i : : ■ ■ :■ ■: ■ ■ ■■ i .4. j i ft r 1 »yi • Left to right in front row are Jim Gardner, Henry Gambardella, Ed Emmet, John Kidd, and Ed " Swede " Silva. In the rear are Head Coach Bill Doyle, Tom Mendell, Dave Williams, Paul Fredette, Bruce Violante, Ken Leonard, and Assistant Butch MacNamara. Basketball SCORES Tech Visile Nasson College (Maine) 74 69 Saint Francis College (Maine) 110 78 Bridgewater State College 69 80 New England College (N.H.) 67 ' 100 Quinnipiac College 77 78 Bridgewater State College 73 71 Sir George Williams University 96 83 Loyola University 78 62 Stonehill College 65 82 St. Francis College 109 88 Gordon College 90 74 New England College 132 103 Stonehill College 69 72 Spring Baseball Team Coach John Regan Asst. Ed Maguire Players : Bruce Violante Richard Frechette Paul Fredette Bryan De Mora Dick Budd Bob Santos John Gavin Paul Belleveau Mike Hughes Bob Bowman Bob Young Butch Davenport Carl Viens Hank Gambardella Bernie Alfonso SCORES AND SCHEDULE Oppo- Tech nents Richmond (Rained Out) Pembroke 1 Campbell 2 Carolina Wesleyan 2 Carolina Wesleyan (2) 3 Atlantic Christian Randolph-Macon Curry College Barrington College Stonehill Eastern Na2arene Durfee Quinnipiac Husson College Stonehill Bridgewater Barrington College New Haven College Durfee Nasson College Bridgewater Nichols College 11 13 2 11 2 Coach Regan gets the boys out for early Winter training. 82 3$| jftt ,N • The Tech Soccer Team Coach Ed Cloutier Manager Frank Nickerson Players : Francis Rezendes Jeff Lewis Steve Dowd Steve Crook William Hall Dennis Suprenant J. Drucker John Kidd R. Walter John Anjos Ed Arruda Duarte Andrade Pete Titcomb Dave Melville Herman Williams Richard Tavares Don Parker Bruce Violante Tech Opponents Mass. Maritime 1 5 R. I. College 4 1 Durfee Tech 7 1 Qunnipiac 3 Mass. Maritime 3 1 Stonehill 4 Barrington College 1 1 Assumption College 3 2 Windham College 4 Durfee Tech 3 3 Fitchburg State College 1 6 St. Francis 2 1 New England College 1 4 New Haven College 2 6 S3 Cheerleaders The cheerleaders were among the most active groups this year. The squad consisted of nine girls; Doreena Ferro, Carolyn Gonet, Gail Norton, Susan Bellotti, Sharon Fabio, Marcia Crowell, Noreen Medieros, led by Carol Meia. The trip to Montreal with the cheerleaders moral support was a most memorable and exciting event. The cheerleaders were par- ticularly proud to lead the basketball team through a very victorious season. Each girl showed a great deal of spirit and support. To Carol Meia a vote of thanks for her leader- ship and devotion to the squad. May she find success and happiness in all her future en- deavors. We regret the untimely death of Miss Lea Custodio. Her absence will be felt not only on the cheering squad but by all who knew her. Her winning smile and cheery disposi- tion added a spark to the squad. She will be remembered always as an outstanding stu- dent and a friendly individual. 84 f ; fc iW I t f FTEH CLASS Pumpkin Prom North South Seafood Tournament From left to right are Dorrena M. Ferro, N.B.I.T., a substitute for Patricia J. Gaulding, Richmond; Catherine Heavy, St. Mary of the Plains, and Dessie Oxendine. i From left to right are Queen Catherine Heavy, St. Mary of the Plains, and last year ' s queen Carolyn § Martin, N.B.I.T. Richmond Professional Institute is shown here. Seated from left to right are Jerry Harding, Ron Brown, Rich Lyons, Bill Parker, and Bill Swartz. Standing are Paul Brooker, John Magill, George Shahee, C. G. Wenston, Bill Bourne, and Harvey Cross. Pictured here are the Penbroke State College players. Seated from left to right are Steve Gatyas, Ace Weaver, Gordy Puskus, George Acritelli, Assistant Coach Ray Pennington. Standing left to right are Coach Howard Dean, Pete Monroe, Cuffy Con- terras, Harry Hayes, Manning Stone, and Manager Paul Smith. Pictured here are St. Mary of the Plains players. Seated left to right, Jack Szelges, Ed Hudson, and Gerry Govan. Standing from left to right are Coach Vern Plantanda, Don Kent, John Kurtz and Phil Brady. 90 JS 3 B S» feSr - " - j. raHppp ' mar fl|k i b IK hSHh H 1 , Hva 1 JSf C 1 I 1 r i " " rs— r- 1 S£ - ' - ' i ' £ i M " ' — lllllun I - W ' t . ■ MfZ:, V t 1 t; ir. ► " .-;■ am. NL " " h flLfe-i H € r I +m ADS CPrff Gold Star Patrons Pertavino Silk Mills Revere Copper and Brass A Friend Nu Beta Tau Delta Kappa Phi Phi Psi Beta Kappa Sigma Phi Chi Delta Phi Student Council Compliments of The Tech Bookstore Silver Star Patrons L. G. 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Widely used to effect reduction and solution of vat colors, and for discharge effects when applied to colored grounds. Effective when mixed with vat colors and discharge pastes wherever the reducing agent must retain its reducing power after being dried into the fabric. Disperse 11 (dis • pur sail A long chain ethylene oxide condensate in the form of a colorless, neutral, somewhat viscous liquid. Fully resistant to hard water, and miscible with water in all proportions. A retardant and leveling assistant in vat dyeing. Used widely as a dispersing agent in dyeing synthetic fibers with disperse colors and for fast color salts and bases in Napthol dyeing and printing. Effective in stripping to prevent redeposition of the color on stripped goods. N Neofinish ( Ne . O .Finish ) Non-Ionic softener dispersible in hot water, suit- able for all textile fibres, both natural and syn- thetic. Compatible with all types of f inishing materials, including resin finishes. No develop- ment of color or odor in goods finished with Neofinish, even in storage. No yellowing at time of application. Neowet ( n e o .. wet) Complex Polyethelene Ether in the form of a pale yellow, slightly viscous liquid. A non-ionic surface active wetting agent, effective at all temperatures. Completely compatible with enzymatic desizing agents and readily soluble in water. Contains 33 l 4% active ingredients. Widely used in scouring all types of textile fabrics and for general wetting purposes. Neowet X (ne o.wet) Organic Ether Sulphonate in the form of a water white slightly viscous liquid. An anionic surface active wetting agent, effective at all temperatures. Does not affect enzyme activity in desizing. Compatible with hydrogen peroxide and resin finishes. High detergent value. Contains 20% active ingredients. 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A powerful reducing agent for vat colors, ideal for dry feeding because of its free flowing, dustless character. Completely soluble in water. Effective stripping agent for direct, sulphur and vat colors on cellulosic fabrics. Quickly removes rust stains from cotton goods. May be stored indefinitely. Available with optical whites and in buffered formulas for high temperature use without excessive alkalinity. Velvo Softener (vel vo) A highly sulphonated tallow in the form of a creamy white paste, easily dispersed in water. Used in general finishing of all types of textile fabrics. Will not ' smoke off " or change color in high temperature operations such as calendering or drying. Has no effect on light fastness of colors. 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