New Jersey State Teachers College - Seal Yearbook (Trenton, NJ)
- Class of 1965
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Senior Associate Editor .... Edwina Kohler
Senior Editor .ee.. ..ti. A . Marjorie Whittall
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Juniors ,..c . Mary Ellen
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Foreign Exchange , W ..,, ,,.,., R ochelle
Activities and Features Mary Ann
Girls Sports .,.. ., ..s,.. Gail Dudzick
Photographers , ..,s, -. c.V. ,. Bill Camerata
Bob Forte and
Business Manager . A .i..Mary Jane
Art t,.. ..... . .L .L L. ...... Dorothy Kleyo
Mens Sports is L . Michael Levine
Advisor .cs..cs , E . .Mr. Neil Gaston
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A TRIBUTE TO OUR STATE
Since the Tercentenary of our progressive
State hos accurred during our quadrennium and
its theme is People, Purpose, and Progress, it
seems proper to draw the parallel of our four
years at Trenton State with it.
As we engaged in our academic progress, our
purpose and maturity became more firmly
consolidated. During these years, we have had
many and varied experiences: happy and disap-
pointing, sad and humorous, and through it all
we grew to maturity-a class who for ever more
will be the Class of '65. Perhaps our purpose is
best expressed in the words of Walt Whitman,
the New Jersey poet, to whom we ask:
O take my hand, Walt Whitman!
Such gliding wonders! such sights and sounds!
Such joined links, each hooked to the next!
Eacg answering all--each sharing the earth with
All divider page quotations are taken from the New Jersey
poet Walt Whitmanfs Leaves of Grass.
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STATE OF New ff
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lt was with pleasure that l learned oi the pla
highlight the New Jersey 'Eercentenary in the l965 edition oi
The Seal. I
As you know, the theme oi our 300th anniversary is
People, Yurpose and Progress. This is a threefold aim which
is especially fitting for those oi you who will be entrusted
to mold the minds oi iuture generations oi American citizens.
Although our population continues to increase, we can have
neither purpose nor progress without a strong educational
system made so by the dedication oi its teachers to truth
e that the 'Eercentenary theme will remain with
to come, and l extend to all my best
you as a guide in
wishes ior success in their
Nov emher , l9 6Lr
'IRENTDNS BLUE AND GOLD
All voices pledged in fellowship, with
thoughtful hearts we sing:
To praise our alma mater here, and let
For college fair your name we hail, and
always be it told,
Of glorious pride we take and raise, your
colors Blue and Gold.
Though time and space shall us divide,
our memories so grand,
Though sunsets call us from your walls,
your sacred guiding hand.
Our hearts will bid their fond farewell,
and always be it told,
That moods like these shall never part,
from Trenton,s Blue and Gold.
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DAVID W. SMITH
Mr. David W. Smith has served in the Stu-
dent Personnel department of Trenton State
College since September, 1961. During this
time he has devoted many hours to the stu-
dents and their activities. No studentis prob-
lem is too small for his consideration nor is
he ever too busy to personally attend to a
His willingness to guide and direct us
through the past four years will make him a
person long remembered by the student
body. In appreciation for these years of ad-
visement, we, the Senior Class of 1965, offer
this dedication to David Walker Smith.
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having it to another not 'having itg
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of things that provokes it out of the
Lead the Present with
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TRENTON STATE COLLEGE
friendb hand toward the Future
For 110 years Trenton State College has been serving the peo
ple of New Jersey and this great nation by providing competent
and dedicated teachers for the schools. It has a rare capacity
to grow old in service while it grows young through the spirit
and dedication of its graduates.
We know that though students graduate from college they
can never leave it. The knowledge and skills learned by each
graduate, the ideas, inspired and challenged by a great faculty
help strengthen a bond that will forever join the college to each
graduate. The strengthening of this bond is one of our greatest
I extend my congratulations to the members of the Class of
1965. You are to be envied the opportunities, the challenges
and the satisfaction that await you.
Dr. James F orcina
Professor, Dean of Instruction
For you seniors, the SEAL is a culminating
chronicle of four good years at TSC. Probably
you will enjoy it thoroughly for a few months
and pack it away somewhere. Then one fine
day in the far future, you will come across it,
wipe off the dust and relive with a sense of
nostalgia your college daysg for only here will
you be able to 'recall campus events and places
and meet again all of your friends and teachers
exactly as they were in 1965.
The Class of 1965 has distinguished itself in a dual
achievement. Its members have attained the profes-
sional and academic objectives of the college pro-
gram, and by their service and example they have
left a deep impression in the total collegiate effort
toward excellence. As they move highly expectant
in their professional world, they should never cease
to strive for perfection and truth, but should not re-
lent or fret because erfeetion and truth seem to
become increasingly distantg they should strive al-
ways to work cooperatively and sympathetically with
people, the chief commodity of their profession, but
should not be discouraged or misled by the sober
realities of human frailty and be less than complete
We who teach the students of this college can
promise the members of the Class of 1965 that teach-
ing will bring great satisfaction and happiness to
those who are dedicated to it. We can also advise
that continued learning is precious and does not
cease with the granting of a degree. Learning, how-
ever, must be desired and ursued with diligence
and often with reat effort if it is to be achieved at
ever hi her levegs.
The faculty of Trenton State College joins me in
extending congratulations and best wishes for suc-
cess to the Class of 1965.
Dr. Wilton Pruitt
Professor, Dean of
DR. MICHAEL KLINE
Professor, Director, Student Teaching,
Placement, and Follow-up
DR. LEO MANN
Associate Professor, Director of
DR. EDWIN MARTIN
Distinguished Service Professor
JAMES M. ORR
Associate Professor, Registrar
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DR. DOROTHY PETERSEN
Professor, Chairman of Graduate Study
Coordinator of Administrative
CIRARD P. GAUGHAN
Assistant Professor, Assistant
Director of Student Teaching
Placement and Follow-up
DR. BERNARD REED
Assocwte Professor, Director of
SAUL ROSSIEN Assistant Director of Admissions
Coordinator of Publications
A A DR. EDWARD WATSON
DR. DONALD CAREW
LILLIAN DAVENPORT EDITH GARRISON
Assistant Professor Assistant Professor
Student Personnel Field Services
DR. BERNARD MILLER
Asszlsta nt Professor
P. GENE HALE
DR. DORIS C. PERRY
DAVID W. SMITH
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DR. WINSTON PUTTICK
MIRIAM YOUNG '
Department of Art
DR. ROBERT BURNS
Chairman of Art
MARY ETTA CURLIS
HENRY AHREN S
DR. GLENN FQROMM
Professor, Chairman of
DR. FRED PRECGER
Chairman of Science
Department of Science
DR. HERBERT DR. HOWARD
Assocwte Professor Professor
N. FRANKLIN KOLP
WAYNE SMITH HERBERT
Assistant Professor TREUTING
DR- LEON DGHOFF RAYMOND PFEIFFER
Associate Professor ASs,3,m,,t pmfesso,
DR. JOSEPH VENA
DR. EILEEN BURKE
DERWIN JEFF RIES
DR. CHARLES Assistant Professor
DR. EVELYN FRANZ
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Coordinator of Associate Professor
JOSEPH BURCHER DR. JOSEPH CARROLL
Assistant Professor Professor
DONALD CLARK PAULINE JENSON
Assistant Professor ASSiStdnt Professor
PHILLIP OLLIO DR. PAUL J. KATZ
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March 24, 1964
DR. ENID CAMPBELL
DR. SYLVIA O'NEILL
TIFFANY ROBERT STIERHEN
Professor Assistant Professor
DR. DAVID LIDE
Professor, Chairman of
DR. ISSAC BATTIN
JOHN Mcl LROY
DR. ROBERT PRICE
Department of Speech
DR. HILDA WAGNER ANITA BISCHOFF
Professor Assistant Professor
Chairman of Speech
DR. ROBERT HARRIS
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DR. WADE CURRY
DR. ESTHER LOPEZ
Department of Industrial Education and Technology
Professor, Chairman of
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CONRAD JOHNSON JOHN KOENIC
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DR. RONALD KOISLE
J. RUSSELL KRUPPA
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BEECHHOLD Chairman of English
DR. HUGH FORD
DR. MILTON LEVIN
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Department of English
Professor, Chairman of
DR. CHAMP CARNEY
DR. FRED HAHN
Department of Social tudies
Assista nt Professor
DR. LEON WOLCOTI'
Assistant Professor L. BRIAN BYRD
DR. BERNICE DR. ALFRED COHEN
CASPER Assistant Professor
DR. ARTHUR PARKS ROBERT REVERE
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DR. GLADYS ANDREWS
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DR. HERBERT COODEN
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EACH of us inevitableg
Each of us limitless-each of us with
his or her right upon the earthg
Each of us allowed the eternal purports
Each of us here as divinely as any is here.
An Enemy of the People
Jerome Morning, Wayne Cowder and Irving MacDowell in rehearsal.
The first all-college production, "An enemy of
the Peoplef, was presented on November 6 and
7, in Kendall Hall.
In the leading roles were Wayne Cowder as
Dr. Stockman, Frank Skowronski as Mrs. Stock-
man, and Andy Hornyak as Mayor Peter
Henrik Ibsen's play was written in 1882 to
declare to the respectable that the morality of the
majority is "so rotten that it will infect the
country and the world."
Arthur Miller's adaptation deals with a man
isolated for the "crime" of revealing truth that will
cost his town money.
Other featured players were Rose Mary
Schwartz, Irving MacDowell, and Jerome Morning.
"Ah Wildernesslv, Eugene O,Neil's com-
edy of nostalgia, was presented on February
18, 19, and 20, in Kendall Auditorium. It
was directed by Mr. Harold Hogstrom and
Mr. Iack McCullough of the Speech
The play featured Dennis Fitzpatrick,
Sue Cold, Martin Henne, Sharon Kaufman,
Nicholas Distefano, Barbara Wright, and
Laura Spektor in leading roles.
The play centers around the problems of
a young man who feels that his family and
girl friend have failed him. He takes in a
night on the town to "show them" but
encounters some unfortunate results.
Rounding out the college dramatic season is a
play by an accepted leader of the modern, Tennes-
see Williams. Once considered one of the most
avant garcle playwrites, Williams now seems a
modern conservative when compared to the writers
of the "theater of the absurd." Summer and Smoke
was originally produced in N.Y.C. and toured the
country with moderate success. It reached fame in
the long run Circle-in-the-Square production and
was later made into a popular movie starring Geral-
dine Page and Laurence Harvey. The TSC cast
includes Sandra Mueller, Irving MacDoWell, Francis
Skowronski, Denise Arthur, Blanch Goldberg, Jerome
Morning, Dennis Fitzpatrick, Michael Levine, and
Summer and Smoke
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On Thursday, Octoher 1, under the
sponsorship of the Cultural Program-
ming Committee, Carlos Montoya, world
famous Flamenco Guitarist, appeared in
concert at Kendall Auditorium.
The essence of flamenco is the impro-
visation as the artist moves along. It
comes from the heart, from the soul and,
indeed, from the Spanish Gypsy tradition
that spawned flamenco music itself.
On October 29, Professor Clinton Rossiter
of Cornell University, one of the most famous
political scientists in America, spoke before
the Social Studies Association on the subject,
"Conservatism in America Todayf'
DR. JULIUS S. HELD
Dr. Julius S. Held, one of Americafs leading
authorities on the arts of the Netherlands, gave an
illustrated lecture on "Rubens, Rembrandt and the
hidden meaning in Dutch painting." The lecture was
aimed to show the deeper connections between the
arts and the whole civilization of an age.
DR. ELEANORE LIPSCHITZ
Dr. Eleanore Lipschitz, a member of the
Berlin Parliament and Director of the Berlin
School for Social Work, spoke on November
4 under the joint sponsorship of the Social
Studies Association and the German Language
Program on the topic: "German Youth Todayf'
DR. ARTHUR P. WHITAKER
On December 9, the Social Studies Associ-
ation sponsored a lecture on "Tension in Latin
American given by Dr. Arthur P. Whitaker,
Professor of History at the University of
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The Soclal Studies Associatlon presented
an excellent program of lectures, beginning
with Mr. Louis Fischer of Princeton, who is an
outstanding authority on Soviet Russia. Mr.
Fischer gave his address on the timely topic:
"The Conflict Between Moscow and Peking."
On Friday, February 26, Odetta, one of the
great contemporary folk-singers, appeared at
Trenton State College.
Odetta is highly revered in most of Western
Europe. She is known for her interpretations
of the old, sad songs that tell of endless toil
or blighted love. Recently, Odetta has begun
to express herself in the blues.
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The Alumni Lounge: A place just to relax.
Come on, let me in. I have a report due
in two hours.
Relaxing in the dorm after a ha
day of classes.
We finally made it to the cabin.
lust like Lewis and Clark.
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PRESIDENT JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY
To every thing there is a season, and a time to
every purpose under the heaven:
A time to be born, and a time to die, a time
to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is
A time to kill, and a time to heal, a time to
break down, and a time to build up,
A time to weep, and a time to laugh, a time to
mourn, and a time to dance, . . .
A time to rend, and a time to sew, a time to
keep silence, and a time to speak,
A time to love, and a time to hate, a time of
war, and a time of peace ....
There is nothing better, than that a man
should rejoice in his own works, for that is his
portion, for who shall bring him to see what shall
be after himP,'
-Ecclesiastes, Chapter 3
All of the quotations in the Senior Section reflect the
philosophy and wisdom of our late president, Iohfl
How sweet the silent backward tracings!
The wandering as in dreams-the
meditation of old times resumed-
their loves, joys, persons, voyages . . -
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MARY L. ANDRIDCE
XVILLIAM H. AUSTIN, IR.
Health and Physical Education
Health and Physical Education
VIRGINIA MAE ATKINSON
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GLORIA IEAN BAILEY
WARREN G. BABBITT
ELIZABETH ANN BEEBE
BARBARA ANN BEISEL
Health and Physical Education
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PHILIP W. BELLINO
Health and Physical Education
DAVID A. BENNETT
Ilealth and Physical Education
HARRIET ANN BERGER
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M. IAN E BOAS
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MARJORIE BLOCK BODNER
SHIRLEY V. BOND
CUYE M. BRACHHAUSEN
Our twin goals must be: A new
standard of excellence in educa-
tion-and the availability of
such excellence to all who are
willing and able to pursue it.
DEN IS BORAI
LYNNE F. BOUMA
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ROBERT B. BROOK
NICHOLAS A. BRUNO
Health and Physical Education
JAMES R. BUCKLEY, IR.
JOANNE M. BUCCERONI
ROBERT E. BURKART
MARY F. BURNESS
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ROBERTA ANDREA BUSH
FRANK LEE CALLAHAN
Our responsibility is not discharged by
an announcement of virtuous ends
CATHERINE MARY BURNS
HELEN K. BURNS
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RICHARD CENCI 'L
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PETER I. CATANESE
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ICANN ELLEN CLARK
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JUDITH ANN CLYMER
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IACQUELYN A. COCHRAN
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BARBARA JEAN COMISKEY
ANDREA M. CRAVY
MARY MARGARET CURTIS
WALTER R. CURRY
SHEILA LINDA DAKS
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BARBARA WV. DAUME
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JOHN DE HAAN
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DOROTHY DE MEIS
JOHN DEL BIONDO
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ROSE DE LIA
Health and Physical Education
JOHN DE VOE
ELIZABETH DE VINEY
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NICHOLAS F. DISTEFANO
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NANCY G. DOHERTY
ELDRIDGE DOWNES, IV
FERN N. DUVAL
GAIL VERON ICA DUDZIK
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JOHANNE D. EPIFANIO
CAROL ANN ENGLISH
OBERT GARY EWING
MARY LORRAINE FALZONE
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IUDITH A. FERGUSON
The future of any country
which is dependent on the
will and wisdom of its citi-
zens is damaged . . . whenever
any of its children is not edu-
cated to the fullest extent of
VICTORIA L. FERUS
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JOAN S. FIELO
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ELAINE DORIS FOWLER
We must strive to acquire knowledge
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nd to apply it with wisdom.
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DOROTHY ANNE GLEASON
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I- JULIE GLOVER
NANCY L. GLENZ
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DOLORES C. GRECO
ALICE JOAN GREEA
ALBERT P. GRIFFIN
BARBARA JOAN GUENTHER A!
DENISE ANN HALL
CHARLES I. GRILL
Health and Physical Education
CAROLYN L. GROSS
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NANCY A. HAVENS
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MARION A HERCKNER
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D. ARLENE HEWITT
ELAINE A. HILL
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M. SUSAN HOFFMAN
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LINDA LEE HOFFMANN
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GEORGE A. JOHANSON
EILEEN CARRIE JOHNSON
CAROL ANN JOHNSON
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"Knowledge is the great sun Of
the firmamentf' said Senator
Daniel Webster. "Life and
power are scattered with all its
beams." In its light, we must
think and act not Only for the
moment but for Our time.
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Our progress as a nation can be no swifter than our progress in
education .... The human mind is our fundamental resource.
ROBERT E. KACZMAREK
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MARY LYNN KAUFER
ALFRED E. KELLERS
NICOLE IANET KEMPF
PATRICIA ANN KAVALEK
Health and Physical Education
SHIRLEY E. KERVI
FRANK KIRSH, JR.
JANET M. KINLER
JOAN H. KLAUSNER
Health and Physical Education
DOROTHY E. KLEYO
FRANCINE M. KLUNDER
NANCY ANN KNECHTEL
Health and Physical Education
MARILYN A. KOLL
MICHAEL E. KONDRK
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GEORGE P. KOTZ
DOROTHY L. KRISS
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MARY JANE KOWALCZYK
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SUSAN Q. KRAYER
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KAREN L. KRUCER
JOHN E. KULPA
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PATRICIA 1. LA TOURETTE
PHILIP CHARLES LEVBARG
JUDY ANN LEICH
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CHARLES HENRY LLOYD
LINDA S. LIEBERMAN
PAUL F. LORAH.
EDWARD A. LINDSLEY
NANCY A. LORDI
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EILEEN LINDA MAKOW
BARBARA ANN MANCUSO
ANNA MARIE MATRO
JUDITH M. MASON
BETTY ANN MCDILL
MARIE A. MARINO
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WALTER R. MEEKINS
SHEILA L. MESSER
THOMAS G. MILLER
STEPHEN R. MIROTA
GLENN WILLIAM MORGAN
FRANCES ALICE MOLLETT
GERARD P. MOONEY, JR.
CAROL ANN MORRELL
LEAH ANNE MOUNCE
In a time of turbulence and
change, it is more than ever that
knowledge is powerg for only by
true understanding and stead-
fast judgement are we able to
master the challenge of history.
MARY ELLEN MOYLE
ANITA CAROL NAAR
SANDRA I. MUELLER
it is no exa eration to sa that the stru le in which we are
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GERALD P. NICHOLLS
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PHYLLIS ANN ORR
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HENRY L. OWENS, IR
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BARBARA I. PARK
ROBERT F. PATTEN
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ARVE RTA PAYRAN
HENRY R. PETERS
KATHRYN D. PAZIENZA
MARY ANNE PICARELLO
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LINDA L. PLAAG
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SHEILA J. PRITCHARD
M. JANET POINSETT
JAMES P. PORTER
JOHN MICHAEL POLITO
JEFFREY C. POOLE
SUSAN E. RAHO
IOHN C. RACOSTA
MARY H. RAF
KATHARINE E. RAMSEY
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IO ANN RONCA
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CAROL ANN RUBIN
OBERT I. SABO
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DONNA M. SAMPSON
LINDA I. SCHAAF
DIANE LOUISE SASSAMAN
Health and Physical Education
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ARNOLD CARL SCHWARTZ
PHILIP A. SCHEURER
We meet in a hour of change
and challenge, in a decade of
hope and fear, inhan age of
both knowledge and ignorance.
The greater our knowledge in-
creases, the greater our ignor-
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A successful educational system requires the proper balance, in
terms of both quality and quantity, of three elements: students,
teachers and facilities.
SUZANNE M. SETTEMBRE
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ARTHUR R. SHADELL
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JOAN MARIE SLAVIN
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RICHARD A. STARETS
PETER H. STEMMER
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KENNETH E. STILLWELL
SUSAN M. STEWARD
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CAROL L. STURGEON
CAROLE BEVERLY SULZER
NANCY H. SUTPHEN
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JUDY ANN SUSINSKI
ARLEEN GRACE THORIK
IANET H. SYBY
ZIGMONT F. TARGONSKI IR.
PATRICIA A. TILGER
MARY ANN TOMA
Health and Physical Education
ALFRED I TOCNO, JR.
GABRIEL TOTH, IR.
RAE D TORCESEN
Health and Physical Education
WALTER JOSEPH TREACY
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ELAINE D. VACCA
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FRANK P. VANNOTE
PATRICIA ANN VAN HISE
JANICE L. VAUGHAN
EDWARD H. VICKNER, IR.
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MARY RITA WARD
DAVID K. WARREN
ROSE MARIE WALLACE
KATHLEEN C. WATERS
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There is an old saying that the
course of civilization is a race
between catastrophe and educa-
tion. In a democracy such as
ours, we must make sure that
education wins the race.
RANDA ANN WILLCINC
IAMES W. WIESSEL, IR.
Business Education .
We speak and what we do s eak f
we say. What we are sounds much mo ' 'fi
we say we are. I
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Health and Physical Education
JOAN WOLF ERSBERCER
EDWIN H. WRIGHT
X I ELLEN C. WOOLLEY
JOAN ANN WYSOCHANSKY
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CAROLE MARIE ZACK
IRNA HARRIET YARNOLD
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RAYMOND J. ZOLADZ
BETTE ANN ZWIGARD
Health and Physical Education
MARY ST. JOHN
I ELAINE UCHTMANN
WILLIAM RAMAGE REYNOLDS
West Orange In
March 16, 1943 - December 7, 1962 h 7.35"
Perth Amboy A ' '
October 25, 1943 - April 23, 1963 ,
Garrett Mountain Reservation
Cape May, N. 1.
Drying and repairing fishing nets.
ALL seems beautiful to meg
I can repeat over to men and
You have done such good to me,
I would do the same to you.
ACTI e ITIE
"TSC Goes Broadwayv
was the theme of this year's
Fall Weekend, presented on
October 15, 16, and 17.
The stage show Friday
night featured Bob Dylan,
one of America's leading
singers and composers of
The Pep Ralhf which hehoed spark the Lzons
to a 22-6' victory over Brockport Stale
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representation of "The Music Man".
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Lflmbdll Mu sailed to a first place
gzctory with ,their representation of
aptazn Hooks ship from Peter Pan.
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Sigma Tau Chi won second prize
with their entry-"Once Upon a
The Float Parade
A highlight of the Fall Weekend was the
annual Float Parade in which the fraternities,
sororities, classes, and other campus organi-
zations participated for honors.
The many excellent entries in this year's
parade made it difficult for the judges to
choose a winner.
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Ed Dragan, Master of Ceremonies, and Roberta Spagnola, Miss TSC
1963-64, present the new Miss TSC.
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Barbara Engle Kleftj was first runner-up, and Margherite Sergia Irightj was
One of the many highlights of the Fall
Weekend was the crowning of a new
Miss Trenton State. On Thursday, Octo-
ber 15, 1964, Maryanne Domanski was
crowned Miss Trenton State 1964-65.
The ceremony took place in Kendall Hall.
Barbara Engle was first runner-up and
Margherite Sergia was second runner-up.
The Capital City Five
,gx Dzhfieland Jazz Band
And comes the
sunset of a
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The Carolers make their first
appearance of the 1964
Christmas Season at the an-
nual Tree lighting ceremony.
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Handel's "Messiah" was performed by the
Trenton State College Chorus and Orchestra in
Kendall Hall on Sunday, December 13. Both
the Chorus and Orchestra were conducted by
D11 Ruthann Harrison of the College MuSiC
The featured soloists were Virginia Cale,
Sopfanog Marie Marcuccio, altog Kenneth Ellis,
baritoneg and Byron Steele, tenor.
Chorus and Orchestra Perform "Messiah".
Members of Philomathean Sigma take
part in their annual Yule Log
At least it's better than mud!
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I.P.E. unit in 15 minutes?
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FIRST ROW, left to right: B. Bensen, S. Burton, P. Bullock, N. Iesson. SECOND
ROW: G. Edsall, M. Melillo, B. Solinsky, B. Riddle, L. Contardo, J. Maccancco, L.
Iones, I. Caruso, F. Laicher, P. Russo. THIRD ROW: P. Bellini, J. Russeu, C. Cook,
L. Patrizi, S. Mirota, F. Van Dalen, T. De Canzio.
President .................................. Walter "Skip" OlSer1
First Vice-President ................................ E Dragan
Second Vice-President ........ ........ M artyn PaulSSOII
Secretary ....,,..,.,............,... ............. I rene Burke
Treasurer ....................... ....... C ayle Sherman
Member-at-Large ...... .......... I im Steffen
STUDENT EXECUTIVE BOARD
Historically, the faculty and the administra-
tion have affirmed their sup ort of student par-
ticipation in college affairs tlirough the medium
of Student Government. Since 1910, the Student
Executive Board has been the student repre-
sentative body of the Student Cooperative Asso-
ciation, which consists of all registered students
at Trenton State. S.E.B. membership is deter-
mined on the basis of eight elected representa-
tives from each class and four officers which are
elected from the student body as a whole. The
budget is comprised of funds from the Student
Activity Fee, which all students pay. The Stu-
dent Executive Board allots funds to variouS
organizations on campus which are responsible
to the Board. The purpose of the organization
is to cultivate a democratic educational atrnoS-
phere in which the student may fully develop hiS
potential capabilities, and to foster a spirit of
cooperation among the various groups of the
Participation is open to all students and their
involvement is continually encouraged by the
Board. General meetings are conducted on 2
weekly basis with numerous committee meetingS
held during the week. The Student Executive
Board is the center of all student activities on
campus. The interaction of the Board, Faculty
and Administration has a profound effect on
campus life and is a worthwhile commitment of
the student body.
FIRST ROW, left to right: S. Ball, G. Morrison, M.
Stoveken, M. Vitale, S. Silverglate, E. Grady, C. Stef-
fen S. osen P. Feurey. SECOND ROW: 1. james, L.
Boylchul, P. ,Koliner, D. Manning, A. Evans, S. Fink
E. Szentgyorgyi, A. Benedek, B. Bensen, E. Richardson
C. Stiles. THIRD ROW: F. Deitel, N. jesson, S. Bur:
Williams, N. Apenel, R. Willging, L. Bernasconi, B.
Deeney, D. Lane, D. Woodruff, B. Russo. FOURTH
ROW: L. Wightman, F. Cremminger, I. Bracken, C.
Nickel, K. Dell, S. Pavlica, M. Wedemeyer, E. Gold-
berg, L. White, K. Tumminia, K. Petersen, C. De Law-
ter, I. Perlin, N. Grondelski.
ton, D. Nilson, M. Kowalczyk, L. Metz, L. Hewett, G.
FIRST Row, left to right: L. Willis, J. campmi, C.. Hams. SECOND
ROW: S. Messina, M. Hanlon, N. White, A. Cohen, W. Curry.
LEFT TO RIGHT: S. Leleszi, Presidentg P. Leleszi,
FIRST ROW, left to right: S. Burnstein, Assistant
Corresponding Secretaryg A. Schwartz, Co-Chair-
mang B. Pullen, Recording Secretaryg J. Harris,
Treasurerg I. Solomon, Co-Chairman. SECOND
ROW: I. James, R. Rosen, B. Goldberg, A. Benedik,
R. Burstyn, P. Koliner, B. Lee, E. Richardson.
THIRD ROW: G. Williams, E. Baker, R. Dickey, B.
Reed, C. Chapman, L. Hewitt.
The main function of the Motion Picture Com-
mittee is to select and obtain films for the week-
end movies shown on the campus. These mov-
ies are presented free of charge to the college
FIRST ROW, left to right: P. Bellini, Vice-President
D. Mnyone, President. SECOND ROW: B. McEvoy
Corresponding Secretaryg B. jones, Treasurerg J
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EIRST IROW, left to right: J. Lackemac-her, Assistant Secretary, J. Labowicz,
t0-Chairman Cultural Committee, L. Plaag, Co-Chairman Cultural Commit-
065 A. Tosh, Co-Chairman Host and Hostess Committee, K. Norton, Chairman
Social Committee, G. Jones, Secretary, Mrs. Mary Fox, Evening Program Con-
gllmnfi Miss Nancy White, Staff Co-Ordinator of College Union. SECOND
'OW: P. Leubarg, Co-Chairman Host and Hostess Committee, I. Hess, As-
ilSt2lllt Treasurer, D. Barnett, Student Member, j. Poole, Chairman of Snack
iar Committeeg A. Pignataro, HUB Student Manager, L. Della Barca, Treas-
UTCTQ Mr. Gerald Marchildon, Co-Orclinator of Student Activities, C. Nicholls,
FIRST ROW, left to right: E. Iuhasz,
P. Feurey, K. Norton, Chairman, M.
Miller. SECOND ROW: T. Smart, R.
Iacobus, P. Dineen.
House Committee Recreation Committee
FIRST ROW, left to right: C. Slack, S. Fisher, S.
Erdfarb, B. Fabricius, P. Friel. SECOND ROW: S.
Wonsala, D. Suplce, J. Martin, Chairman, D. Onesty,
R. Praml, W. Fieger.
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FIRST ROW, left to right: K. Lumminia, I. Cooper,
Trcasurerg P. Friel, C. Weisensee, Secretary. SEC-
OND ROW: I. Labowicz, D. Oncsty, S. Fink.
FIRST ROW, left to right: W. Meekins, Chairman, L. Let-
tieri, Co-Chairman, I. Paul, Corresponding Secretary, M.
Hoferek, Recording Secretary, J. Kitchell, Treasurer. SEC-
OND ROW: M. Pollock, S. Erdfarb, K. Danziger, B. Szy-
manamshi, Z. Fortney, S. Sorge, K. Lynch, L. Pless.
Host and Hostess
FIRST ROW, left to right: C. Weisensse, V. Hunt,
Mrs. Fox, L. Vietoris, S. josen. SECOND ROW: D.
Bamett, L. Deter, R. Tosh, Co-Chairman, M. Cold-
smith, P. Levbarg, Co-Chairman.
Kappa Delta Pi is the only honor society in America whose membership
includes both male and female graduate and undergraduate students. It has a
total membership which exceeds that of any other educational fraternity or honor
society in America. The purpose of Kappa Delta Pi is to encourage high profes-
sional, intellectual, and personal standards and recognize outstanding contribu-
tions to education.
Gamma Zeta Chapter was installed at Trenton State College in May, 1931, and
has since had a total of over 2,000 student and faculty members. Initiation of
seniors is held in the fall at which time the juniors join a pledge period. Success-
ful pledges are initiated in January, and election of officers is held each Spring.
The program of Kappa Delta Pi includes frequent closed dinner meetings and
series of lectures open to the entire campus. Each year the group selects a theme
for comprehensive treatment. In 1964-65 the theme was "Controversial Issues in
FIRST ROW, left to right: F. Geek, Treasurerg B. Brook, Vice-President, W. Kohler
Secretaryg D. Borai, Presidentg V. Ferus. SECOND ROW: P. Koliner, D. Field, R
Codsey, R. Blazousky, C. Lloyd, M. Hoferek, C. Bailey.
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FIRST ROW, l ft to 'ghtz T. Fowler, President, G. IOHCS, Tfeasllfefi l- Riegel, COT'
responding Sec:etarYSnH- Owens, Vicefresident' SECOND ROW: R' Spanko'
Nicholls, F. Cleicher, D. Field, C. Kirby, C. Malone, Lieberman' C' Pane 0' '
Stoddard, K. Inman, D. Sampson, Mr. Judson Fink, AdV150l'-
FIRST ROW, left to right: R. Schu-
ster, President, R. Sabo, Treasurer.
SECOND ROW: I. Mastriani.
OFF CAMPUS STUDENT
FIRST ROW, left to right: V.
Hunt, L. Vietoris. SECOND ROW:
SERST ROW, left to right: M. Hoferek, M. McCreath, S. Kuehn, C. Pancko.
P COND ROW: I. Shattuck, G. Seitz, Secretary, I. Butler, Vice-President:
' DOSIT, President, M. Abrash, Treasurer, I. Brancolino, Publicity Chair-
hRomano. THIRD ROW: G. l3aiHeyi: MMRtEsZer?n
1gI,W.Kh1,D.H-'-k,J.LeIg. , : -aux
R- Goodrich, W. Eligrlnel, I. gdifha, I. Del Biondo, H. Vision.
One of the primary goals of the International
Club is that of trying to understand other peoples
in order to work toward peace among nations.
Programs are of an informational and social na-
ture. The club sponsors lectures, and orientation
programs which deal with the foreign exchange
program, the Experiment in International Living,
and the German Seminar group.
Our focus of attention is directed toward makin
the stay of the foreign students a comfortable ang
culturally rewarding experience, both for the stu-
dents themselves and the college community.
Membership in this group is open to all students,
faculty, administration, staff, and alumni of the
The purposes of the Trenton State College Health and Physical Education
Club are to encourage membership in professional organizations, to give all mem-
bers an opportunity to contribute to the health and physical education program
and to provide an opportunity for personal professional growth.
The club sponsors a Big Sister Picnic to Welcome the new Health and Physical
Education majors, curriculum parties, a Parent's Day, and a biennial demonstra-
tion attended by people throughout the state. The club engages guest speakers,
conducts workshops and sends delegates to state conventions.
FIRST ROW, left to right: S-
Weil, D. VValker, M. lieister, A-
Evans, M. Burness, J. Martin,
Clymer, L. Palma, P. Bulloc,
E. Wickholm, S. Abblotz. SEC'
OND ROWV: R. De Lia, C-
Iezek, D. Rodgers, D. Ayei'S,
Historian, L. Heyne, Corre-
sponding Secretary, M. liendof-
ti, President, C. Barraro, Vice
t-f President, B. Riddle, Recording
Secretary, B. Engle, Treasureri
I. Leigh, P. Abblotz, I. Adam0-
THIRD Row: C. Quigley, C-
Norcross, D. Woodruff, A-
Trumbatare, I. Dougherty, M-
Herckner, R. Torgesen, I. Han-
kins, B. Orr, L. Bouma, A. Buc-
ceroni, D. Lane, N. Clenz, P-
Orr, M. Tomil. FOURTH ROW!
E. Floyd, D. Zuck, R. Poser. I-
Frame, M. Hoferelc, L. Surowka,
B. Shuster, I. Mason, J. Travag-
lio, J. Capter, K. Petersen, E-
Harris, M. Smigelski, ll. Hansen-
STUDENT EXCHANGE COMMITTEE
FIRST ROW, left to right: S. Burton, R. Cartwright, W. Kohler,
Treasurer. SECOND ROW: R. Goodrich, H. Vision.
The purpose of the Student Exchange Com-
mittee is to organize and promote an interna-
tional awareness among students at Trenton
State College. The committee, with help
from the student body and scholarship assist-
ance, sponsors foreign students on campus
each year. It also sponsors reciprocal annual
exchanges with Canada, Scotland, and Cer-
many. Students from our campus visit abroad
during the summer by participation in the
Experiment in International Living, and for
three weeks each summer, foreign students
are brought to our campus through the Ex-
GERMAN AREA STUDY SEMINAR
Reception at the City Hall in Frankfurt
each from the Student Exchange Committee
FRESHMAN ORIENTATION COMMITTEE
FIRST ROW, left to right: C. Smith, ll. Gert, K. Kimber,
J. Moore, S. Purdy, J. Roorlc, M. Luub, 1. llogd1UL'L- Spek'
tor, R. Rosen, J. Caruso, L. Sliennun, L. Hewitt. SECOND
ROW: M. Domanski, S. Cutts, M. Kennedy, D. Elll0ff, P-
Comerford, M. Korctsky, A. Williams, P. Cook, 5- B1ll'I'0ff,
M. Vulentu, L. Tnlocci, J. Pietrzak, ll. Engle- L- Jones-
THIRD ROW: P. Cornmnn, B. Bower, Ferry- K- CTOSS.
.l. Crissom, N. Skusko, F. Rnono, S. DlCtl'lCk, ll- M1U'gel'Um-
C. Mock, M. Totin, j. Hampton, j. Osborn, l- PUUOIL P-
llullock, K. Corrington. FOURTH ROW: R. Fenenic, C.
Closnickey, li. Monsnert, C. Cook, P. Ryun, M. Kostrebn,
I. Munos, M. Verguri, Il. Murray, K. Vegotsky, M. Snider,
R. Russo, R. Dceney, P. Plevier, M. Scanlon, C. Yurusin,
R. Zunscnk, J. Lnckemnclier. FIFTH ROXV: VV. Fieger, E.
Barry, D. Smith, R. Praml, j. Romnnosky, C. Stone, T. De-
Cainzio, j. Hess, R. Cnble, C. Upinski, 1, Nicosia, H.
Weber, S. NVonsalu, rl. Russell, E. Tnrgonslci, J. Harris,
Trenton State College organized a Study
Seminar in Germany for 25 students. The group
led by Professors Franz G. Geierhaas and Con
rad Johnson, spent nine weeks in Germany and
other countries in Europe. The program included
a three-week seminar at the University of Frank
furt School of Education, an institute with
which Trenton State College has close exchange
ties, nearly two weeks with a German family
in the city of Freiburg, a weelc in the Black
Forest for hiking, relaxation, and study, a trip
on a steamer down the fabled Rhine River a
five-day visit to Berlin, both East and West
ten days of free travel where students visited
such far-flung places as Florence and Stock
holm, London and Amsterdam, and a brief stay
in Paris before flying back to the States. Twelve
students were recipients of S300 scholarships
"Bye, Bye, Birdie" was presented at Trenton
State College on May 14 and 15. The production
was sponsored by the brothers of Phi Mu Alpha.
This musical centers around Conrad Birdie before
he enters the army. His agents of the Almealou
Music Company, Albert Peterson and Rose
Alverez, decided to sponsor one last promotional
attraction for their star. The agile minds of Mr.
Peterson and his secretary devise a plan whereby
Conrad is to deliver "One Last Kissv to some
lucky American teenager. The complications aris-
ing from this plot form the hilariously funny tale
of "Bye, Bye Birdie" a poignant satire on the
dilemmas of a teen-age idol.
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Trenton State College's chapter of MENC is an
organization open to Music, Elementary, and K-P 9 -B
majors. Its main purpose is to promote the advance-
ment of music in the public schools. The group spon- K
sors concerts and trips for the college community and
programs on music education for its members. '
FIRST ROW, left to right, P. Neuer, President, C. Alexander, M. Bogar, M. Biase, M.
Kem, J. Brown, B. Brownlee, I. Schroeder, M. Riely, Hostess, A. Gatti, M. Place, B.
Conn, S. Carson, Tyozzolo, Vice-President. SECOND ROW: I. Ruppi, E. Wurpel,
D. Nilson, W. We liver, S. DeLuca, I. Merrill, J. Rietze, B. Yanus, R. Masker, T. Haga-
man, K. Recktenwald. THIRD ROW, R. Reese, P. Bartlett, F. Van Note, T. Passerella
B. Popick, R. Heartly, N. Practico, M. Henne, T. Cardea, J. Fishman, Mrs. S. S
Natchelor, Faculty A visor.
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The Chorus is an organivation composed of students, faculty, and
C0mmunity residents which provides an opportunity to perform
Oratorios and cantatas. Meetings are held on Monday evenings and
me OPCH to all interested Trenton State College students.
FIRST ROW, left to right: E. Shafran, I. Perlberg,
H. Shapiro, R. Wishnow, J. Rosen, N. Schneider
SECOND ROW: S. Shilling, R. Rubin.owitz,g
Schwartz, Publicity Chairman, P. Stern, Correspon -
ing Secretary, T. Schnorbus, Vice-President, R. Ros-
en, Religious Chaiimang M. Shuot, D. Bragman
THIRD Row: 1. Moses, J. rerun, L. Metz, R. Beul
styn, D. Onesty, F. Deitel, C. Weisbrot, E. Goldberg
s. Fink, s. silver-glare. FOURTH ROW: E. Lieber:
farb, L. Fruchterman, G. Rosen, P. Baer, S. Josen, I
FIRST ROW, left to right: C. Schutz, A. Stangs,
President, B. Dehawter. SECOND ROW: L. Fran
cis, K. Petersen.
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FIRST ROW, left to right: K. Ulaszewski, M.
Scanlon, C. Adams, J. Hozempa, R. Willging,
R. Sehl, T. Shannon, D. Kleyo. SECOND
ROW: K. Morris, C. Pancko, M. Dellner, Pres-
identg C. Smith, M. Kowalczyk. THIRD ROW:
F. Laicher, M. Godleski, M. Gatyas, C. Nickel,
B. Smith, A. Fajgier, B. Kolojay, D. D'Alessio,
P. Moran, P. Plevier. FOURTH ROW: P.
Hake, N. Grondelski, S. O'Keefe, R. Greer, G.
Kulbick, E. Negran, G. Stanton.
SEATED: N. Miller, Treasurer. STANDING, left
to right: C. Trumbatos, M. Wedemeyer, C. Stiles.
FIRST ROW, left to right: G. Risden, M. Bumess, R. Mikolon, D. Nil-
son, J. Martin, S. Ringeisen. SECOND ROW: C. Triunbatore, M. Fuge,
J. Graver, M. Miller, I. Rietzke, L. Boychuk, C. Morris, S. Abbott, M.
Reister, G. Simonson, D. Tremper. THIRD ROW: J. Clymer, C. Fisher,
R. Rietzke, L. White, J. Merrill, I. Hamilton.
I CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
EXIRST ROW, left to right: S. Slockley, Secretary-Treasurer, E. Ucht-
Mifhm, President, V. Atkinson, Vice-President. SECOND ROW: C.
1 , W. Welliver.
FIRST ROW, left to right: R. Schuller, Traffic Manager, B. Lee, Business Manager, D.
Pestka, Program Coordinatorg C. Goldman, Station Manager, R. Dodge, Program Di-
rectorg M. Wilhelm, Personnel Director. SECOND ROW: L. Westall, D. Tartaglpa,
R. Stevens, G. Sherman, M. Malwitz, Secretary to Program Director. THIRD ROW:
C. Lloyd, I. Calamaneri, B. Clark, F. Pagnani.
The Trenton State College Radio System serves the students, the college,
and the community with informative and educationally entertaining pro-
grams. It satisfies the cultural needs of listeners and extends many oppor-
tunities to all those interested in the field of radio communications.
DEBATING CLUB Fall Weekend
FIRST ROW, left to right: 1. Shat-
tuck, B. Comiskey, President. SEC
OND ROW: I. Meinzer, Secretary
P. Zuczek, Treasurer.
'- , 5 T' FIRST ROW, left to right: S. O'Keefe, C.
M 4 ' V Mengel, E. Snyder. SECOND ROW: S.
, , Clayton, L. Jones, R. Spagnola, J, Lacke-
I The purpose of the Amateur Radio Club, WBZBDS,
IS to foster interest in amateur radio, work for the im-
provement and entertainment of the membership and
t0 raise the standards of radio.
The club was founded in 1962 and is licensed by the
Federal Communications Commission. It is located in
21 Separate room in the Industrial Arts building, Arm-
StI'0ng Hall. The club is in the process of organizing its
equipment and installing various antenna systems.
Various members have been able to contact many
amateur stations in the United States as well as foreign
countries around the world.
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This organization aims specifically to nourish
and develop geographical interests among the col-
lege community. It hopes to accomplish its aims
through field trips and meetings which include dis-
cussions, lectures and films.
FIRST R W left to ri ht P Leleszi Vice
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President, S. Leleszi, President. SECOND
145 ROW: S. Burton, Treasurer.
FIRST ROW, left to right: A. Furlong, C. Pancko, Secretary
Treasurer, C. Lloyd, President, M. Malwitz, G. Goldman
SECOND ROW: K. Could, D. Pestka, R. Schuller, M. Wil-
helm, G. Sherman, R. Stevens. THIRD ROW: B. Clark, F
Pagnani, j. Calamaneri.
FIRST ROW, left to right: V. Wright, B. Resnik, L. Passa-
nante, D. Parsons, M. Ropars, S. Ekhause, Perlberg, K.
Seeburger, R. Rosen. SECOND ROW: B. Fa ricius, K. Ma-
choll, P. Nehila, P. De Raadt, C. Alcott, M. Domanski, L.
Curren, C. Riley, J. Camso, C. Woodruff, G. Martucci.
THIRD ROW: I. Meinzer, L. Metz, J. Osborn, P. Stern, A.
Anger, F. Buono, E. Goldberg, M. Koretsky, L. jones, B. Mar-
gerum, K. White. FOURTH ROW: R. Love, R. Ferrara, J.
Rosen, E. Shafran, C. Brown, B. Zurick, N. Skasko, S. Weil
L. Borowy, D. Bridge.
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FIRST ROW, left to right: T. Williams, K. Vliet, Recording Secretary, N. Bruno,
Sergeant-at-Arms, T. Serwell, Treasurer, W. Curry, President, I. Porter, Vice-President,
G. Unkel, Historian, G. Kotz, T. lobes. SECOND ROW: G. Search, B. Ker, R. Smith,
P. Rigonlot, G. Chojnacki, I. Coe, A, Vegotsky, L. Needham, N. Olufsen. THIRD
ROW: C. Wichowski, I. Rott, H. Moody, Sports Co-Ordinatorg B. Arace, J. Hutchin-
son, V. Lisnyczyi, R. Pyle, P. Butler.
Phi Epsilon Kappa was founded at the Normal Col-
lege of the American Gymnastics Union of Indiana o-
lis on April 12, 1913. It is the only national, profes-
sional fraternity for male students and teachers of
health, physical education, and recreation. ETA
chapter of Trenton State College was founded on Mag
4, 1924 and takes great pride in being the sevent
oldest of the forty-five national chapters. The pri-
mary aim of the fraternity is to elevate and support
the standards, ideals, and ethics of those engaged in
the field and to unite in true brotherly relations in
social as well as professional activities.
In the past, Phi Epsilon Kappa has sponsored
dances, physical fitness clinics, and published pro-
grams for the home football games. In addition to
this, the fraternity has offered its services as guides
to visiting teams and brought some prominent fig-
ures in our field to speak on our campus. Among the
highlights of the fraternity's program is our annual
ta ent show which enables campus talent to compete
for trophies. Other activities include the ledge din-
ner and the senior dinner given in honor ofp the gradu-
ating brothers. Our dinner dance and picnic rings
each scholastic year to a close.
PHI EPSILON KAPPA
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FIRST ROW, left to right: B. Portsch, Alumni Secretary, P. Bellini, Guide
A. Shadall, Historian, F. Sargent, Secretary, B. Kll'SChlJZlllm, President, D
Maglione, Athletic Director, B. jones, Corresponding Secretary, B. McEvoy,
P. Plummer, G. Scherer. SECOND ROW: R. Gibson, J. Carrigan, B. Con-
nolly, H. Fielding, J. Ivors, D. Glum, J. Farrell, G. Anderson, P. Tool, C.
Nakai. THIRD ROW: I. Dodd, B. Kohoe, J. Grill, R. Compton, I. Lisa, T.
Cline, R. Hill, F . Schulz, V. Lafferty, B. Handly, F. Horowitz, B. Donohue
FIRST ROW, left to right: P. Scheurer, B.
Sabo, President, L. Della Barca. SECOND
ROW: D. Ollwerther, C. Wichowslci, I.
Mastriani, J. Weinbaerht jr.
the installation of the Omicron Tau Chapter of Delta Omi-
CPOH. on May 17, 1964. Delta Omicron is an international
music fraternity for women with membership as far reaching
af .Korea Many outstanding musicians performing in major
CIIIGS all over the world have membership in this fraternity
that was founded in 1909 at the Cincinnati Conservatory of
Music. This is the only organization of its kind founded by
Students for students.
DELTA PSI KAPPA
Delta Psi Kappa was founded at the Normal College of the American Cym-
Pashc Union of Indianapolis on October 23, 1916. It is a national professional
ratemity for female students and teachers of health, physical education a
recreation. Beta Epsilon Chapter became a reality on the campus of Trenton
State College with a membership of thirteen on january 30, 1964. Delta PS1
Kalfpa takes great pride in its membership in the Professional Panhellenic Asso-
C1af10n for Health, Physical Education and Recreation.
The primary purpose of Delta Psi Kappa is to recognize worthwhile achieve-
ments of women in Physical Education and develop interest therein, and to
pr0m0t8 greater fellowship among women in this field of activity.
President ...,.,..,.,..................... .............--- R OSC De Lia
Vice-President ........................... ...------ I 02111 D0n0l?Ue
Recording Secretary ........... .......---------- I Udy Leigh
Corresponding Secretary .............. ---- B ilfbflfil Hansen
Treasurer-Foil Editor .............. .... C ilfhefine NOTCPOSS
PHI MU ALPHA SINFONIA
FIRST Row, left to right: M. Kem, c. cmwell, A.
Gatti, C. Schwab. SECOND ROW: A. Paulus, S. Rum-
mel, C. Wallenberg, D. Nilson.
President ....... .............................---.-
Treasurer ,,,,,., ...............,....... ..... C a rol Schwab
Historian ..,..,. ..... C arol Crawell
Delta Omicron takes pride in its membership and repre-
sentation in the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and
Cultural Organization, the Interfraternity Research and Ad-
visory Council and many other national affiliations.
The purpose of the fraternity is to create and foster fellow-
ship through music, to develop character and leadership, and
to encourage excellence of individual performance and appre-
ciation of good music. Future activities of the Omicron Tau
Chapter will include observance of "Founder's Day" and the
performance of several musicals.
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The music department of Trenton State College announced
FIRST ROW, left to right: C. Norcross, I. Dono-
hue, R. De Lia, I. Leigh, B. Hansen. SECOND
ROW: S. Noll, B. Orr, J. Travaglio, C. Barraro,
A. Bucceroni. THIRD ROW: J. Mason, D. Rodg-
ers, M. Bindotti.
President Gerald Risden
john Hyde Treasurer
Vice-President Michael Kondrk
R0y Cottiaux G Flllswfifm
Secretary Richard Hartley
FIRST ROW, left to right: C. Risden, Alumni Secretary, R. Hartley, Historiang I. Hyde,
President, R. Cottiaux, Vice-President, T. Carden, Secretary, M. Kondrlc, Treasurer,
G. Genna, Pledge Master, R. Rietzke. SECOND ROW: G. Small, F. Van Note, M.
Callina P. Fanella, T. Passerella, T. Call, T. MacVicar, M. Stosz. THIRD ROW: I.
Kulpa, ,B. Woodson, P. Santa Maria, J. Siegel, 1. Tedesco, L. Kennedy, P. Leybarg,
P. Neurer, D. Bamett.
i The Lambda Nu Chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia was
Jkfalled on the Trenton State Campus on March 31, 1962 and
then has offered the brothers a varied pr0grHm Of PTO'
Eonfll and social activities. .
C llS1C1Il activities encompassing recitals, big band and small
hwgbp jazz concerts, and the Phi Mu Alpha Mens Chorus
lg, lfght the ylear's musical program. . ,
hl Mu Alp a also aids the music department on its annual
Career and Music Festival Days.
Established in 1898 and national in
has grown to a network of over 250 active chapters. Mem-
bership is open to any person who shows a sincere appreci-
ation of fine music.
A spring musical production and dinner dance will climax
the year's schedule. Both will be held in honor of the charter
members graduating in June, 1965.
scope, Phi Mu Alpha
FIRST Row, left to right: M. Herckner, Council
Presidentg S. O'Keefe, Vice-President.
SECOND ROW: C. Adams, Area Chair-
man, M. Serchia, Secretary: D. Nagel,
FIRST ROW, left to right: F. Van Note, Treasurer: R. Hoff-
mann C. Wichowski, President, Z. Targonski, J. Kulga. SEC-
V OND, ROW: J. Poole, Secretary, W. Woodson, J. Te esco.
FIRST ROW, left to right: L. Westphal,
Vice-President, D. Russo, President, D.
Wright, Secretary. SECOND ROW: P.
Haulenbeek, Treasurer, E. Olejar, judicial
FIRST ROW, left to right: J. Shen-
loogian, I. Console, President, I.
Silagyi. SECOND ROW: I. Mc
Laughlin, Vice-President: M. Hyatt,
Secretary, I. Hnilicky, Treasurer.
Brewster House ,
LEFT TO RIGHT:
B. Wainwright, E.
FIRST ROW, left to right: V. Al-
verson, President, P. Silverstein,
Treasurer. SECOND ROW: I.
Merrill, Corresponding Secretary?
E. Stockman, Recording Secretary!
M. Weigman, Vice-President.
FIRST ROW, left to right: I. Baker, Vice-President, N
I fx Skasko, Secretary, G. Alcott, I. Foster, President, I. Christian
t SECOND ROW: I. Hampton, K. Coen, G. Szymanski, P
Comman, M. Fischer, C. Mock.
EIRST ROW, left to right: B. Wegmziln,
SSQIQQMEECOND ROW: P' Bu ot ' ' Norsworthy House Council
Cerke House Council
Centennial House Council
Lake House Council
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LEFT TO RIGHT: C. Lloyd, Vice-Presi-
dentg I. Calamoneri, President.
FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Evtuch, Acting Treas-
urerg I. Charney, President, I. Finken, Secretary.
SECOND ROW: C. Mills, I. Manos, F. Estennan,
B. Curzillo, P. Nolan. THIRD ROW: M. Warrnan,
B. Waller, C. Fischer, B. Shuster, G. Kozlowski.
FIRST ROW, left to right: I. Comparri, Treasurer,
C. Thorpe, Secretary, S. Seitz, M. I-Ianlon, Vice-
Presidentg L. French, President. SECOND ROW: A.
Kihm, C. McClinchy, M. McClure, 1. Harker, K. La
FIRST ROW, left to right: R. Higgins, I. England, D. ling, M. Goldsmith, A. Henshall E Shafrfm S Smlth C
Hildebrand, E. Iuhasz, P. Fay, Secretary, B. Zurick, M. Connolly, C. Debrowski. THIRD ROW R Llbl'lZZl Vice
Matarese, M. Miller, R. Levine, C. Adams, C. Marcus, L. Presidentg S. Nowicki, N. Cascmno R Thorpe B Clark
Mason. SECOND ROW: S. Erhouse, P. Skipman, I. Earl- President, B. De Santo, Treasurer
CLASS CABI ET
B. Pullen, L. Stryker, B
Carzillo, C. Coughlin, L
Semann, M. Vergari, B. En-
le Tre'1surer- M Fisch
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er, B. Faries, C. Matthews,
S. Preston, I. Patton. SEC- I
OND ROW: P. Cook, M
Domanski, Secretary, L
jones, I. Clatterbuck, D
Parker B. Monsaert P
Bulloclc, D. Elliott: I.
Caruso, J. Eisenhardt.
THIRD ROW: I. Cooper
E. Targonski, B. Ludwigi
Vice-President, I. Nicosia
L. Dileo, T. Druce, D
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FIRST ROW, left to right: J. Shenloogian, C. Marrow, B. Thomas, Vice-President, I.
' h.l E. F rster, S. Kirchner, M. Nemec, M. Soriano, E.
Harker, A. Kihm, L. Westp a, o
Pf ff Z Miller I Mulcohy C Pancko S
Olejar, L. Morello. SECOND ROW: I. a , . , . , . , .
d K. Hall B Pearl, A Szwaja M. Mc-
O'Keefe, C. Galletta, R. Spagnola, R. Howar , , . . ,
Grath, Treasurer. THIRD ROW: K. Zoog, L. French, K. La Buza, L. Cook, President
I. Calamoneria, D. Barnett, S. Kempf, R. Kraetsch, G. McGlinchy.
FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Herckner, F. Goldberg, S. Iackson, L. Morince, S. Clay-
ton, Secretary, R. Starets, President, B. Kaye, Vice-President, S. Scully, A. Grega S.
Garth, C. Bums, D. De Mais. SECOND Row. J. Boas, D. Russo, A. Mano, P. Clark
B. Ference, I. Clark, M. Kaufer, L. Rossi, S. Gottfried, F. Esposito, M. Iacobus M,
Hiller C Rubin, L. Lieberman, R. Wallace. THIRD ROW: A. Scelber, . Adorbio B:
ff R K I Wiessel D S ero, B. Goldberg. ,
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Trenton State are kept well informed on various campus
activities. The paper also provides a forum where individ-
uals may express their personal opinions on issues
important to them and to the college as a Whole.
The sixth oldest college publication in the country, the
Signal was founded in 1885 as a literary magazine, and
in 1929 assumed its present form of five-column news-
paper. The average size of the paper is four pages,
although some issues are six pages.
An examination of the files of the past issues of the
paper furnishes an excellent picture of the life of the
college since the middle of the nineteenth century to the
present day. Mirroring student thought and opinion, as
well as the lif eand ideas of the times, it provides a
panoramic view of the evolutionary stages through which
Trenton State College has passed. '
News Editor ............
Feature Editor ..............
Sports Editor ...............,....
Copy Editors .........
Exchange Editors ,
Business Manager .........
Circulation Managers ,.
Ann L. Margerum
. ...... Dave Cochran
ROW, left to right: R. Forte, Photographer, B. Bolig
EXCECSS Marmgerg I. Manos, Feature Editor, R. Rosen
A Pilnge Edltorg R. Mikolon, Copy Editor. SECOND ROW
' alll, F. Lzucher, B. Murphy, J. Fleischmann, M. Miller, F
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ROCHELLE LYNN MORCOVSKY
The compilation of a yearbook is an arduous
labor of love requiring many people working
in close harmony toward a common goal.
The Seal represents history-history of our
college and, more specifically, this graduating
class. Its record, in years to come, will provide
the nostalgia for the days of today. As the
tercentenary of our great State represents its
total existence to date, so our four years, our
quadrennium, is incorporated in this Seal.
Perhaps Walt Whitman's phrases express
this feeling more adequately when he says,
Moments fade on tirne,s demand
and what will stand?
Three-hundred years or four need monuments
to hold their place in time and space
Or will exist no more,
Erased by all the fading that time does.
So we must tell it here: This is what was.
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Senior Associate Editor
FIRST ROW, left to right: B. Russo, B. Zrinscak, L. Morello, C. Stiles, M.
K0vyalczyk, Business Managerg D. Kleyo, Art Editor, E. Grady, M. Vitale, B.
Bohg, Greeks Editorg C. Smith. SECOND ROW: A. Abbatiello, B. Margerum,
N- Slcasko, E. Goldberg, C. Nickel, L. Wightman, G. Kulbick, S. Ball, G.
Morrison, G. Bailey. THIRD ROW: P. Doerr, E. Fowler, Underclass Editor, C
Herman, M. Wedemeyer, Activities Editor, D. Ayers, P. Moran.
Rochelle Lynn Morgovsky . .,.,, L ,.., ., Editor-in-Chief
Edwilm Kohler .,.. ., . , ,,,,. tt,,t . . Senior Associate Editor
M21l'i01'ie Whittall ,.,, ,, L ,,t. ,t,,,,ts, , .. Senior Editor M-A-RIORIE WHITTALL
Mary Ellen Karnincic .. Junior Associate Editor Seniof Editor
Ruth Tenney ...... , .. . Administration and Faculty
Marjorie Whittall . L . H Seniors and Directory
Milfy Ellen Karnineic O , . ,.., ,, ......... Juniors
Barbara Bolig . . , . Underclassmen and Greeks
Rochelle Morgovsky . A . ,. Foreign Exchange
Mary Ann Wedemeyer . .. Activities and Features
Gail Dlldzik . Organizations and GirLs Sports
Bill Camerata, Bob Forte . . ..,. Photographers
and Audio-Visuals Division
Mary jane Kowalczyk , . . .O Business Manager
D0l'0thy Kleyo ,,,, H , , ,, . .. . .. . Art
Michael Levine , . . . Literary and Men's Sforts
Mr. Neil Gaston , . , . A visor
Pat Moran, L. Morello . . . ..... Assistants
L. Wightman, E. Fowler,
G. Herman, C. Smith
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l INTER-SCRORITY COUNCIL
President ........,,.............. Maureen Bendotti
Vice President .............. Sharon Gottfried
Secretary .... .. .....,........ -
Treasurer ......... -.
Composed of the presidents and vice-
presidents of the ten sororities on the Trenton
State College Campus, the Inter-Sorority Coun-
cil serves as a liaison between these sororities
and the college community. To achieve this
goal, the Council promotes high scholastic
standards, provides social life for sorority mem-
bers and the college community, and guides
the development and programming of the
sororities, while guarantying each sorority the
Dorothy E. Kleyo
right to be unique and individual within the
Together with the Inter-Fraternity Council,
the Inter-Sorority Council sponsors the Greek
Review, Christmas Formal, and Pledge Show.
The Council also supports a Colombian child
under the Foster Parent Plan and, this year,
helped to finance the African Exchange
As the second oldest sorority on campus,
Arguromuthos Sigma proudly exemplified its
purpose "to promote a unifying bond of sister-
hood within the sorority." The sisters of Argo
cherish their emblems depicting unity, strength,
and friendship. The Lily-of-the-Valley, sham-
rocks, and leprechauns were adapted because
the sorority was founded on St. Patrick's Day,
March 17, as afdebating society. Today it is a
social sorority-'tiiilebrating its 75th anniversary.
The pixfeshbegin their year with an annual
Family .Picnic at Washington's Crossing Park.
The year progresses rapidly with pizza parties,
informal dorm parties, an annual St. Patrick's
Day Dance, a spaghetti dinner, an Installation
of Officers Dinner, Shore Weekend, and a
Senior Farewell Party. In addition to this busy
schedule, the Argos donate the Alice L. Brew-
ster Book Award in memory of former members
and give numerous parties for the children at
Union Industrial Home.
Argo graduates fondly remember the spirit
of sisterhood as they recall the traditional
"Hail Arguromuthos, Nobel and Strong,
To thee with Loyal Hearts, we raise this Songf'
President ...................... Barbara Guenther CO
"" Vice President .................... Janet Peterson LORS.
. , Recording Secretary ......c..,.. Carol Quigley FLO ' Cfeen 8
" Corresponding Secretary .... Ruth Becker WER, I Hd Wh.
' Treasurer .................,..,... Diane Sassaman ' Llly of ite
Assistant Treasurer ......,..... Arlene Stangs the Valley
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FIRST ROW, left to right: K. Gaylord, S. Rossi, P. Moran
N Simons SECOND ROW: M. Whittall I. Hudak K
Dell, C. Quigley, D. Sassaman, I. Peterson, B. Guenther,
C Donnell R Becker B Winkler, A. Strangs, W. Kohler
THIRD ROW': E. Meividnus, M. Solomon, M. Kowalczyk,
Alumni Secretary ................,... Karen Dell
CustodianI-.II.d.-.i.I-.M Caroline Donnell
Pledge Master .,...... .......... I rene Hudak
M. Hoferek, K. Gross, C. Levine, B. Donnell, C. Garrison
P. Whitbeck, B. Margerum, H. Ingemi, M. Godleski Gi
Gohde. FOURTH ROW: I. Tooma, A. Emmons, D. Sut-
phen, P. Cole, K. Kruger, 1. Cochran, C. Herman, M.
Williams, P. Henderson, S. Pavlica, M. Raff.
A l. A a t .5
President .................... Ioan Adamo
Vice President ........ Bette Murphy
Secretary ........ Roberta Spagnola
Secretary ............ Roberta Bush
Treasurer .M.... ..... I oanne Pandoli
Historian ....... ...... D orothy Zingg
Custodian ..... ........ F ran Cialone
Chairman .... Kathleen La Buza
Pledgemaster .... Jean Clatterbuck
Advisor .....c...... Dr. Jessie R. Turk
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COLORS: Black and Gold
FLOWER: Yellow Rose
GAMMA SIGMA lf
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FIRST ROW, left to right: I. Unkel, E. Ruff, E. Eyre, S.
Layton. SECOND ROW: C. Fiabane, N. Knechtel, K.
LaBuza, R. Bush, D. Zingg, B. Murphy, I. Adamo, R.
Spagnola, J. Clatterbuck, F. Cialone, C. Morrell, D. De-
Meis, M. Hanlon, Grissom. THIRD ROW: C. Matthews,
L. Westphal, I. C ristian, B. Riddle, B. F aries, D. Saseen,
L. Erdberg, S. Clauer, C. Story, I. Roork, I. Ielmert, B.
Gamma Sigma has the distinction of being
the oldest sorority on campus. Its aim is "to
promote friendship between sorority and non-
Through the years, Gamma has shown her
interest in the college community through
such service projects as installation of chimes
in Green Hall and a contribution towards the
amplification system in the Student Union. In
an attempt to promote intellectual stimulation,
two awards are presented each year . . . the
Nancy Raub award to a sophomore girl who
' shows the best social and intellectual qualifi-
cations and a scholarship to a junior English
major with the highest average in her field.
Kaye, S. Scully, C. Menzel, J. Remyias, B. Solinsky, A.
Scelba, V. Doscher, A. Spinner, A. Baker, D. Wright.
FOURTH ROW: B. Garzillo, M. Callahan, C. Higgin-
botham, B. Sherry, M. Koretsky, L. French, H. Buechner,
M. Comerford, L. Semann, N. Kempf, P. Felt, B. Baker,
K. Zoog, P. Orr, S. Garth, M. McGrath, M. Briden.
The social activities of the "injuns" are an
important part of Gammais year. The first big
event of the year is the annual Harvest Moon
Ball. A Christmas party follows shortly after-
wards. In the spring the sisters work together
with Theta Nu Sigma in giving the annual
block dance. The year is ended with a fun-
filled shore weekend.
As the year draws to a close, the seniors are
bid adieu at the Senior Farewell-Installation
banquet. With the warmth of sisterhood and
fond memories deep in their hearts, the sisters
are again reminded-
"Gamma,s love is with you always,
All through the years."
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FIRST ROW, left to right: P. Riglian, S. Jackson, C.
Rubin, E. White, J. Gizicki, V. Cosma. SECOND ROW:
D. Ayers, J. Roe, E. Thorsen, J. Zick, S. Messer, J.
DAngelo, D. Hall, E. Davies, J. Martin, L. Haasis, S.
Shockley, B. Janselewitz, S. Allen. THIRD ROW: C.
Jezek, S. Sullivan, E. Poinsett, S. Barthelemy, S. Marince,
President .................... Denise Hall
Vice President .... oAnn D'Angelo
Recording Secretary .- Ellen Davies
Secretary .......,...... Sharon Black
Treasurer ....,,......,,-, Sheila Messer
Assistant Treasurer ........ Julie Zick
Alumnae Secretary ........ Judy Roe
Historian .........,...... Ellen Thorsen
Custodian ....,......,,,., Donna Ayers
Pledgemaster ..... ....,... S ue Allen
Song Leader .............. Liz Grayson
Sergeant-at-Arms .,.... Jean Martin
Committee ........ Nona Chadwick
FOUNDED: 1910 a
COLORS: Brown and Gold
FLOWER: Brown-eyed susan
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O. Welenteychik, S. Barrett, A. Thorik, F. Buono, V. Cry-
sykowiec, B. Lacomchiek, S. Dietrick, R. Foran, N. New-
ton, D. Russo, J. Ronca, L. Schaaf. FOURTH ROW: L.
Bellis, N. Jesson, D. Chmara, J. Pranzatelli, J. Pranzatelli,
E. Murphy, P. Troisi, C. Congundi, M. Toma, B. Palumbo,
N. Apanel, K. Stark, L. Oberc, C. Dziedzic, M. Scheuring.
The history of Ionian Sigma Sorority began in 1910
with its theme "Kingdom Under the Sea". Our ideals
are depicted by an open book of knowledge and a lamp
of learning. The three stars on our banner represent sin-
cerity, service, and sociability. The temple on our
emblem denotes the strength of our sorority and our
colors are reflected in our flower, the Brown-eyed Susan.
Throughout each year, We as Sister, strive for friend-
ship, intellectual satisfaction and service to others.
During first semester we participate in the Fall Week-
end Parade and the Greek Review. We conduct a bake
sale and sponsor a Parent-Sister Picnic and the "Under
the Sea with IE" Dance. At Christmas we have our
Service Project-Toys for Joy-and our annual Holiday
Formal for the sisters and their dates.
The sisters and our last weeks at Trenton with a
picnic for the children of the Industrial Home, a sister
picnic at Bowman's Hill, a wonderful shore weekend
at Seaside Heights, and a senior farewell.
. . The friends we have made here,
They'll always be,
Loyal sisters under the seaf'
KAPPA BETA XI
President ................,......... Barbara Daume
Vice President .................... Mary Bechtel
Recording Secretary ............ Elaine Vacca
Corresponding Secretary .... Genie Ferrier
Treasurer ..............s................. Helen Burns
Assistant Treasurer .... Rosemarie F enenic
Custodian! Historian .......... Ruth Pidcock
Pledge Master ......... ...... I oan Holcombe
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Kappa Beta Xi Sorority is founded on the principle,
"Non sibi, sed Patriaen-"Not for self, but for all." In
accordance with this motto, the sisters strive to promote
friendship, cooperation, and academic achievement
among the members and the entire college community.
During the year, the sisters participate with the other
Greeks in campus activities such as Fall Weekend, the
Creek Review, and the sponsored dances, a bake sale,
and provides Christmas entertainment for the people
at Morris Hall, a home for the aged. In the fall, there
is a sorority picnic, in the Spring, the dinner dance
comes in and a weekend at the shore brings the year's
activities to a climax.
FLOW , e
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FIRST ROW, left to right: R. Fenenic, R. Pidcock, G. M- Hlzflte, B- Quick- THIRD ROWI R. Amermzln, M.
Ferrier, B. Daume, M. Bechtel, J. Holcombe. SECOND Cloug , I. Poinsett, 1. Radomski, L. Shapiro, I. Dougherty,
ROW: I. Lombardo, I. Syby, I. Wojciechowski, K. Pluhar, I- Y11l'I101d-
PfeSiCler1t ................ Lynne Bouma
Vice President ........ JoAnn Pfeffer
Secretary ...... Francine Goldberg
Secretary .......... Natalie Deutch
TfeHSurer .............,,,.,.. Nan jordan
Alumni Secretary .... Eileen Makow FOUNDED: 1958
H1Sf0rian ............ Ioann Maestrelli
Pledgemaster ............ Carol Sliwak COLQRS: Blue and Gray
Chaplain .............. Carol Chapman
Sergeant- FLOWER: Gardenia
at-Arms .......... Eleanor Jennings
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FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Pessin, B. Thomas, K. ler, P. Kitchen, M. Torlucci, A. Carlyon. THIRD ROW
Corris N. Deutch, F. Coldgerg, L. Bouma, I. Pfeffer, L. Hewitt, P. Spilatore, S. Kuehn, C. Mallas, J. Stroman
. R. Fremd, B. Wellman, M. Bendotti, J. Pietrzek, L. Kraut
C. Chapman, E. Jennings, I. Crablachoff, E. Snyder
SECOND ROW: M. Kuperman, C. Harris, S. Gibb, blatt, D. Parmelli.
Czado, A. Bucceroni, I. Baumgarten, K. Kimber, M. Hil-
The spirit of the Lambda Belles is distinctly seen in its Confederate
colors. Blue signifying the dignity and responsibility of womanhoodg
and grey, the quest for knowledge and understanding.
The Sorority is active in working on its service projects at the
Trenton State Hospital and the annual Book Exchange on campus.
The other activities of the year include the spaghetti dinner given
by the new sisters, the Mother-Daughter Luncheon, the Beatnik
Dance, the Jingle-Bell Rock with Omega Psi, the Father-Daughter
Dinner Dance, Shore Weekend, and highlighted by the Southern Belle
Ball. Through these activities Lambda Mu feels it is fulfilling its pur-
pose of supporting the intellectual, cultural and social life of Trenton
And so we sing:
"Sisters of Lambda are we,
Proud and loyal we,ll be
Faithful and true in all that we do .
For you, Lambda Muf,
President ................................ Linda Frank
Vice President ................,........... Sue Ming
Recording Secretary ............ Bobbie Diehl
Secretary .............. Ioanne McLaughlin
Treasurer ......... ..... I eanne Zdanawicz
Historian .......... ..... I ane Schlesinger
Pledgemaster ......... ....... B etty Schmitt
Music Director .................... Ioyce Silagy
Art Director ...................... Lynn Conover
Assistant Art Director ........
Literary Director .....r..,... Lonnie Sherman
Chairman of the
Senior Council .......
Omega Psi Sorority was founded in 1958 by seven
girls. The sisters of pink and white proudly call them-
selves the Iesters and Princesses. The sisters partake in
a busy and fun-filled year, which include such events
as the annual Royal Riot, the float parade during Fall
Weekend, a hot chocolate sale during Christmas, the
proceeds of which go to the Odd Fellows Home, the
Jingle Bell Rock, the Jester Jounce hour dance, special
pizza and desert parties. The year is brought to an end
at the fun-filled Shore Weekend.
Love, friendship, and sincerity bind the sisters to a
faith in their sorority which will last through the years.
"Omega Psi stands for loyalty,
Friends are we and we,ll always be
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FIRST ROW, left to right: E. VanHouten, C. johnson
C. Spinanger, I. Ianmello, S. Choko, I. Quirk, I. Samuel:
T. Check, L. Herson, B. Ference. SECOND ROW: M
Herckner, M. Kostreba, J. Silagyi, L. Sherman, L. Con-
over, B. Schmitt, S. Ming, I. Zdanowicz, P. Clark, B
Diehl, I. Schlesinger, J. McLaughlin, P. Wallace, L:
Abbott, B. Pearl. THIRD ROW: C. Woodruff, A. Ver-
hoeven, J. Harker, C. Burns, D. Orsini, L. Marinelli, P.
Zorn, C. Arcadipane, S. Kirchner, M. Jacobus, M. Wszo-
lek, B. Kinsey, E. Olejar, S. Kaiser, M. Soriano, M.
Nemec, M. Kronman, Y. Sweeney, I. Clark, P. Nolan, M.
Mitchell. FOURTH ROW: N. Turner, B. Harding, D.
Boterus, B. Nutbrown, M. Lamb, M. Waskowich, B. Wal-
ler, D. Parker, R. Raimondo, M. Picarello, L. Rossi, A.
Szwaja, B. Nield, E. johnson, B. Goldberg, A. Grega, L.
Sattler, C. Mills, F. Esposito.
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FIRST ROW, left to right: P. Ferreira, K. Covington, M
Mika, C. Spond, C. Lowrey, P. Haulenbeek, R. Kraetsch
M. Curtcheff, M. Ryan, S. Luther, L. Jones, M. Totin
D. Nagel. SECOND ROW: S. Stickel, C. Galletta, S
Warren, M. Serchia, D. Arthur, K. Pearce, B. Alexy, I.
Pedersen, E. Barrett, P. Cook, A. Hensley, C. Crowell, 1.
Pljesidellt ................ Loey Einselen ll
V106 President .... Roberta Kraetsch
SeCf6tary ........ Carolyn Lowery
Secretary ...... Paula Haulenbeek
Alumnae Secretary .... Cathy Spond
T1feaSUrer ............ Margie Gurtcheff
H1St0fian ............ Marguerite Mika
Chaplain ................ Margaret Zilka
Sergeant-at-Arms ........ Lynn jones
SQCial Chairman .... .... M adge Ryan
Committee ........ Ellen Woolley
Pledgemaster ........ Sharon Luther
AdVi30I' ......,....... Mrs. Sally MoSeS
COLORS: Gold and White
Lackemacher, C. Brown, D. Corbo, L. Purdy. THIRD
ROW: I. Hampton, J. Eisenhardt, C. Coughlin, H. Potish-
nak, C. Cook, A. Beaton, S. Reynolds, K. Stocker, I.
Bruene, I. Osbom, C. Mock, M. Crawford, D. Manning,
G. Edsall, W. Ries, C. Hibbert.
The life of a daisy sister is quite an active one. Her
year commences with the annual spaghetti dinner when
the sisters are gathered formally for the first time.
Preparation is soon made for the "Daisy Loungei' and
for the auction, the proceeds of which are donated to
World University Service. The Christmas season is a
busy one for the daisies. Each year the college com-
munity joins the sisters in the lighting of the yule log.
Highlights of the year include the annual fashion show
and Father-Daughter Dinner Dance. Mom is not for-
gotten either for she is the guest of honor at the Mother-
The climax to each year is the melon and ice cream
party when the daisies bid farewell to the senior sisters
and all gather to sing:
"Sisters we are here together
Though Weill someday part
Still we'll hold our Philo friendships
Deep within our heartf,
Sigma Sigma Sorority was founded in 1895 as a Shakespearian
Society based on the motto "Sophos Sundaetaiv-"Wisely Bound
Through the years an Oriental theme has been adopted, but the
motto remained, as did the colors, proudly displayed on the sisters'
blazers. Sigma's shield denotes our ideals: the dove represents the
spirit of wisdom and understanding, the knight, our strive for qualities
of character and leadership, and the arrow indicates an upward direc-
tion and represents our dedication to the promotion of high ideals
and the furtherance of wholesome recreation.
A Sigma Sister commences the year with the annual Marshmallow
Roast on ETX Island. From then on, the year is in full swing with
participation in the Fall Weekend Float Parade, Creek Review, and
Christman Formal, an Alumni Reunion Dinner, Christman Book
Display, Christman Party, and Sweetheart Swing, Panel Discussion,
a Pledge-sponsored Cancer Drive and Pledge Picnic, presentation of
a Book Award at the Awards Assembly, and the formal Installation
Dinner. Finally, the anxiously awaited shore weekend arrives when
the sisters can share a little more fun, and perhaps tears, for this is
the time we bid our departing seniors a fond farewell! Memories will
last only as long as they are cherished. And we will cherish the
memory of our days with You, Sigma-cherish the days and hold
dear the words . . .
"Sisters of Sigma we'll always be,
Happiness to which we hold the key,
By which we can unlock the door,
And we'll be happy forever more."
me f QS OLORSf Red and white
UNDER ' FLOWER- Red a d
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President ...................... Dorothy E. Kleyo
Vice President .,.................. Beverly Smith
Recording Secretary ........ Cynthia Smith
Corresponding Secretary .... Mary Hilton
Secretary ........................ Linda Morello
Treasurer .................. ........ C arol Nickel
Secretary ........................ Barbara Bolig
Custodian .....,................ Peggy Comerford
Pledgemaster ........................ Linda Harsin
Advisor ............. ........ M rs. Donald Carew
FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Blasse, P. Comerford, C. Calisti, R. Cartwright, R. Willging, L. Bernasconi, C.
Nickel, B. Smith, D. Kleyo, C. Wilson, L. Harsin, B. Clark, I. Luff
Bolig, L. Morello. SECOND ROW: M. J. Feldhege, M. F. Duval, C. P
, D. Sampson. THIRD ROW: J. Labowicz,
ancko, M. Gross, A. Westlein, K. Inman.
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President .....,...,.... Lydia Gll1ShCl'l0k
Vice President .,....f... Lynn Miller
Secretary ...... Carol Sue Morrow
Secretary ...... Carol Sue Morrow
Treasurer ,.... ..,.,,...... B etty Reed
Historian ...... Margaret Fisher
Custodian ,-,,-,,,,,,, Lynn Edlehauser
Pledgemaster .,.......,,. Judy Naumen
Director .... Marielaine La Russo
Advisor .... Mrs. Melvin R. Schmid
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COLORS: Blue and White
FLOWER: Red Rose ' !
FIRST ROW, left to right: V. Ritvo, C. Valenza, I
Shenloogian, I. Ruhnke, K. Moroney, C. Shemian, J. Wol-
fersberger. SECOND ROW: M. Delveechio, D. Walker,
D. Benson, L. Edelhauser, B. Reed, C. Morrow, L. Miller,
I. Bruccoleri, I. Naumann, M. LaRusso, M. Fischer, B
Lowry, L. Palma, 1. Daly, S. Stier. THIRD ROW: P.
Bulloch, B. Kroll, C. Stanton, I. Colabrese, M. Silagy, R.
Ripp, S. Hoffman, I. Flood, B. Oram, N. Dalton, B
Sergeant, I. Hankins, M. Hennesey, J. Sylvester, S. Cott-
fried, B. Monsaert, J. Maccanico, P. Broker, I. Palatella
B. Evans. FOURTH ROW: C. Kocsik, F. Strohaber, M
Kane, I. Hart, S. Purdy, J. Dreggs, Z. Miller, L. jewett
S. O'Keefe, C. Dolbow, I. Mulcahy, B. MacGregor, D
Fain, S. Barden, D. Miele.
Theta Phi was founded in 1910 with the theme "Live to learn and
learn to live." The Angels start their busy year with the annual water-
melon party. Then comes the annual Krazy Kapers Dance, various
social parties and the presentation of the "Littlest Angel". The hectic
rush and pledge season are next in line for the busy sisters. One of
the sisters most enjoyable event is the annual Dinner Dance. Follow-
ing this the sisters begin preparing for the Spring Choir Concert and
Parent Banquet. Shore Weekend at Seaside Heights and the "Senior
F arewellv round out and bring to a close a very enjoyable year for all.
"Theta 'Phi Girls,
time has come for some to say adieu,
but we will remember always,
fun weve had with youf,
FIRST ROW, left to right: I. Manos, L. Metz, K. Hall, L
Kreisler, B. James, I. Lazerowitz, D. Woodruff, R. How-
ard, S. Daks, M. Warman, C. Pearlman, S. Hersh. SEC-
OND ROW: S. Campbell, A. Grudin, C. Grant, M. Lotz,
I. Longworth, C. Horowitz, G. Bousenberry, B. Yoos, M
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Shulman, M. Vergari, L. Wilmott, B. Fidel, B. Deeney.
THIRD ROW: K. Waters, M. Reister, T. Schnorbus, I.
Fleischmann, L. Willis, L. Fruchterman, D. Lane, C.
Kaminer, I. Schwartz, S. Cohen.
ZETA TAU SIGMA
President ............ Judy Lazerowitz
Vice President ........ Barbara James
Secretary ............ Linda Kreisler
Secretary ............ Renee Howard
Songmaster .................. Kathy Hall
Pledgemasters ............ Linda Metz
Historian ............ Marsha Warman
Sergeant-at-Arms ,..... Jean Manos
Treasurer ............ Doris Woodruff
Social Director .............. Sue Hersh
Finance Committee .,.. Sheila Daks
COLORS: Brown and White
"Friendship and loyalty above all" is the motto which
characterizes the Zeta Tau Sigma sister. Founded by
seven sisters in 1958, Zeta Tau,s symbol is the staff of
wheat, symbolizing strength and purity. With a lively
bunny mascot, the sisters participate in many activities
throughout the school year such as their annual family
picnic, their spaghetti dinners, "splash" parties, and
Each sister strives to promote the social, academic,
and cultural standards of the college community and
their feelings are repeated in the words:
- "A friendship so true
Is what Zeta gives to you
Sincerity and honor toof,
DELTA CHI EPSILON
President ,,,,,,,,,,,,.......... Louis Della B9.1'Ca
Vice President ........................ Robert Lutz
Recording Secretary ............ 101111 Russell
Corresponding Secretary .... Richard Spano
Treasurer ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,.,.... Bruce Pittbladdo
Activities Chairman ........ Barry Lefkowitz
Pledge Master ........,... Joseph W6iHbT6Cht
Advisor .,.,.,,,,,,,,,.,............ Mr. C6116 Hale
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COLORS: Green and White
Chartered October 14, 1961, Delta Chi Epsilon has
since grown vigorously with the college community.
This organization is designed to enrich the social life
of its membership through the promotion of social
activities and fraternal association, to instill a spirit of
life-long brotherhood in its members through a co-
ordination of common ideas, relationships, and activities,
and to add to the intellectual development of the
membership so that they might be insured a richer
understanding of life through pertinent educational
programs. The brothers of Delta Chi Epsilon believe
that these goals are best achieved by means of a small
closely-knit group of mature, intelligent individuals. In
the course of striving for these ideals, the brothers have
pursued many programs involving both themselves and
the entire college community. Such activities oriented
toward the college community have included the dona-
tion of recreational equipment to the Hillwood Union
Board, the refurnishment of park benches on campus,
the installation of the bicycle racks and the annual
"Around the World" Dance. Fraternity oriented activ-
ities include parties, picnics, cultural excursions, bowling
and camping trips. By having a large number of activ-
ities each year, the fraternity strives to accomplish its
purpose . . . "To promote and rotect the dignity and
the development of the individllialf,
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IRST ROW' left to Hg t J em Sree B Llfka to THIRD Row C Deaver T F l Oreo r lusllll
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SECOEJD ROQNB Clic'1.lc'lyd,uC? Cooper, D. Nase, R. Zie- Jacobetz, C. Mehr, I. Warren, W. Meekins, G. Nicholls.
Sigma Tau Chi Fraternity was established in 1934 to further the
social, educational, and service aspects of college life for its members.
Being composed of members of every curriculum, Sigma Tau Chi
provides a wide and varied social program for its members. At least
one organized social function is held each month, and of special note
is the annual spaghetti dinner, spring picnic, Halloween Party,
Christmas Party, Hockey Game in New York, Brotherhood Weekend,
Fall Picnic, and Annual Dinner Dance.
In fulfilling its educational purpose, Sigma Tau Chi first originated
the idea of presenting books to the library in 1938. The fraternity
also sponsors a Foreign Film Series for the educational enhancement
of the entire college community.
Servicewise, a Ride Service project was initiated in 1961, and the
fraternity sponsors the Annual All College Sing.
Sigma Tau Chi Island was presented to the brotherhood in 1936
by President West. In 1961, President Martin further distinguished
the group by presenting to the fraternity Sigma Tau Chi Fraternity
Room in the Old Inn.
Realizing that this year marks the thirtieth year of its existence,
Sigma Tau Chi is sponsoring a Thirty Year Reunion for its graduated
members to be held in the spring.
SIGMA TAU CHI,
FIRST ROW, left to right: T. Ritter, S. Wonsala, M. Berger,
D. Smith, G. Morgan, D. Cochran. SECOND ROW: I
Mooney, J. Stana, I. Polito, A. Pignatav, J. Cilbelt, D. Oil:
werther, P. Scheurer, B. Emener, R. Kane, G. Bobik, T. Tori-
ello. THIRD ROW: A. Griffin, I. Martin, R. Domer, R. Rush,
V. Mlller, D. Spero, J. Wiessel, I. Hess, I. Nicosia, R. Cubber-
President .................... Philip A. Scheurer
Vice President ............ Donald Ollwerther
Recording Secretary ...... William Emener
Secretary .. ........ .. ...... Alphonse Pignataro
Treasurer .............................. John Gilbert
Social Chairman ............ Gerard Mooney
Advisor ................ Mr. Thomas Faughnan
ley, R. Stegemann, R. Foster, G. Schmiedl, C. Ference, H
Downing, A. Riviera, H. Weber, T. DeCanzio, E. Dragan
FOURTH ROW: B. Cable, H. Dill, T. Rende, B. Cunniff, I
Heater, F. Francisco, E. Wright, B. Burkart, S. Kazima, R
Cale, M. Mrvica, T. Sherman, J. Romanosky, I. Steffen, B
Rue, B. Dwens, R. Markley, D. Sherman.
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Presldent ,,,,,.,.,,,,-, jerryMTedesco
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Rlgbrdliffg Seeldretary ........, fllnlirbbert Sabo
Treasurer Stephen Helmstadter
Historian - , ...... Ronald Schuster CQLQRS: Blue and White
Alumni Secretary ..,.,..., Jeffrey Poole
Chorus Director -. .... James HOOQCI'
Band Director -- .,..... William Popick
Since its establishment in 1928, Theta Nu Sigma has existed as the
oldest social fraternity on campus. The word social is an important
nce t to the brothers for it is the key to existence. As important as
co p ,
h ' 1 eds of the brothers are however Theta Nu also benefits
t e socia ne ,
the entire school and surrounding community through recreational and
The activities sponsored by the fraternity are numerous. The first
Annual Dance of the year, the Block Dance co-sponsored with
Gamma Sigma and the Theta Nu-Theta Phi Show are just a few of
the campus wide events. In addition the fraternity provided talent
for the Greek Review and has had a strong participation in the Men's
Along with a Dinner Dance and Picnic, a Ski Weekend, a Shore
Weekend, trips to athletic events and a Halloween party round out
the annual social events for the brothers. These events are augmented
by dinners, trips, etc., which occur at various times throughout the
Y Each spring Theta Nu Sigma conducts a unique pledge season--a
pledge season in which pledge and brother begin a friendship which
will be bonded through the years under the banner of blue and white.
This is brotherhood. This is Theta Nu Sigma.
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Trenton States Soccer Team, working together with
Coaches Mel Schmid and Ed Brink, with machine-
like precision throughout their season, culminated their
efforts by winning the N.A.I.A. Championship. In doing
so they brought honor to themselves and to TSC by
capturing the first national championship to be won by
any of the state colleges in New Jersey.
In addition to the N.A.I.A. honors, Captain Lee Cook
and Kalman Csapo were chosen to be placed on the first
All American soccer teamg and Gary Vogler, Lee Cook
and Kalman Csapo were elected to the All-Pennsy1-
vania New Jersey-Delaware team.
The TSC varsity soccer squad posted a 12 win, 2 loss
record on its way to winning the New Jersey State Col-
lege Conference and as a prelude to the N.A.I.A. honors
a r ' fr a
Coach Mel Schmid and Captain Lee Cook
and their election to the tri state team The team offense
was led by Gary Vogler with 17 goals and Wayne Huston
with 16. At defense Lee Cook and Bob Patten led the
way and were no less outstanding In league play the
Lions were undefeated and gave up only one goal to
make this the most successful year in TSC soccer history
The season's soccer victories were lauded by the fac
ulty, administration, and student body of our campus
One such honor was the banquet s onsored by Sigma
Tau Chi fraternity, given to honor t e team Dr Hills
commendation of the team on this evening summarized
the feelings of the entire college community We will
remember 1964 for a long time for what this team has
contributed to this college community A team like this
only comes once and should be properly acknowledged
by the college community. And so it was
NA. .A. Soccer Champions
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BACK ROW, left to right: I. Mason, D. Zuckg H. Taubelg C. Barrarog B. Engleg S.
De Michele, H. Buechnerg M. Baxter, B. Kulakowskig I. Remyiasg G. Kolbickg B. Brom-
son. MIDDLE ROW: C. Iezelcg I. Donohue, A. Cook, K. Petersen, F. Cappadonag W.
Riesg G. Sheimang B. Riddleg N. Foley, I. Hart, C. Manzel. FRONT ROW: M. Lecak,
Corresponding Secretary, M. Hoferek, Recording Secretaryg L. Heyne, Vice President,
I. Foster, Treasurer. Nancy Clenz, absent when picture was talcen.
WOMEN 'S RECREATION
Beginning in 1905 under the Normal Athletic Association which
was primarily concerned with varsity basketball, t0day,s Women's
Recreational Association has developed into a thriving organization
offering such activities as archery, basketball, hockey, lacrosse, soft-
ball, volleyball, modern dance, rhythmic swimming, outing club, and
The membership of the W.R.A. is composed of all the women
at Trenton State. The activities of the association are organized
and directed by the members of the Legislative Board. The Board
firmly believes that a worthy use of leisure time is essential to all
college women. To quote the purpose .from the W.R.A. constitu-
tion . . .
". . . to foster and promote a program which will initiate a desire
to participate in activities, and provide opportunity for a great
degree of enjoyment to every woman enrolled in the collegef,
BACK ROW, left to right: J. Fosterg N. Rudowsky S
Johnsong B. Anastorg L. Harsing 1. jones, D. Zuck
FRONT ROW: J. Marting M. Baxter, A. Cookg P Lo
gang M. Lecakg J. Masong Mrs. Wright.
From the gym you can hear the merry din
of players, and rooters' voices mingled with the
swish of the net and the bounce of the basket-
ball as the basketball season is opened. There
is never a dull moment in this most popular of
sports. Skills are improved, rules learned, and
one game after another is played, enjoyed, won,
This year an intramural program and an
opportunity, for those who are interested, to
participate with other colleges were offered.
LEFT TO RIGHT: C. Houston, M. Lecakg
S. johnsong K. Buschg A. Cookg C. jecekg I.
Jolly, B. Doyle, E. Floydg C. Norcross, C.
Cochrang L. Catalanog L. Heyne, managcrg
I. Mason, D. Zuckg I. jones.
Hockey, a W.R.A. sponsored act1v
. ity, is a most popular fall sport. Thls
year's Hockey Team compiled a
record of two wins, two losses, and
two ties in intercollegiate competl
tion. A member of the team will also
receive a scholarship to the Poconos
LEFT TO RIGHT: Miss Fortunato, N. Simons, D. Carroll,
I. Hart, D. Tartaglio, H. Alexis, A. Maged, S. Marince.
The Swim Club offers an opportunity to learn the skills and
techniques of competitive swimming and diving. Instruction
is offered on all levels of accomplishment. There is intramural
competition and also a chance to compete in dual meets with
other colleges. The breast stroke, butterfly stroke, free style,
and back crawl are among the many events in which the girls
6-xxx Fencing at Trenton State is run on an intra-
mural basis and is open to all interested women.
This year the Fencing Club went to Montclair
State to compete in their first intercollegiate
Miss Ryals, Linda Catalanog Sue DeMicheleg
Catherine Rabboisg P. Solomon, P. Abblotzg
BACK ROW, left to right: J. Masong M. Baxterg I.
Jones, L. Catalanog Mrs. Wright. FRONT ROW: S.
Centuries ago the Indians were playing lacrosse between tribes. In 1931, the
United States Womenis Lacrosse Association was founded. Touring teams from
this country and the British Isles have done much to raise the standards of play
Although in men's lacrosse, helmets and pads are worn to protect the playerS,
the women eliminate these and depend on good stickwork instead of roughness.
Women's lacrosse is a game of speed and endurance, as well as grace and beauty-
Lacrosse at Trenton State has both intramural and intercollegiate competition
at all skill levels. As always, lacrosse this year has offered new experiences and
Johnsong C. Norcross, K. Busch.
Again this year. the TSC cheerleaders
were seen at every game, cheering our
team on to victory. They started off with
the pep-rally and bonfire before the first
game, and there stayed behind the men
on our team, cheering them on to victory,
throughout the season.
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C. Goosenberryg L. McCormackg S. Marinceg D. Baterusg
Zena F artneyg Carol Crowell.
The Trenton State Color Guard was newly
organized this year. They have performed along
with the marching band and twirlers at the football
games. They are a pleasant addition to our half-time
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year. They performed at the football games along
with the marching band. The twirlers are looking
forward to many more seasons of performance.
BACK ROW left to llgllt Carol Millos Kerry
Wells C Peulmm C Blowen FRONT ROW
B Neil co captun C Menzel Ciptfun
Volleyball is open to all interested women. It
provides an opportunity for those women inter-
ested in intramural or intercollegiate competition.
LEFT TO RIGHT: C. Marinog P. Woodsg E. Floydg
M. McCullougbg C. Cochrang I. Martin.
Tennis is one of the most popular sports in the spring
on the Trenton State campus. It provides an opportunity
for the women to develop the necessary skills through
BACK ROW, left to right: S. DeMicheleg S.
Alleng R. Townsendg C. Quigley. FRONT
ROW: N. Rosenthalg N. Foley, manager.
The coaches of Trenton State's gymnastics team are
Mr. Herzstein and Mrs. Williams. The Lions combine a
schedule of demonstrations in area high schools and
several intercollegiate dual matches. Standouts on the
team are Fred Surgent, Bob Kirschbaum, and Phyllis Orr.
BACK ROW, left to right: B. Conventg F. Surgeantg john
Smithg B. Wrightg C. Marescag D. Kennedyg P. Bellinig R.
Hillg D. Dillettg B. Kirchbaumg N. Aluseg V. Saffertyg I. Con-
tignala. FRONT ROW: I. Leighg B. Engleg J. Duughert 5 D.
Woodruffg S. Hoffmang D. Canullg M. Paveseg P. Bullocllg G.
Shermang L. Culbertg B. Ogellog D. Faulkg N. Knechtelg P.
The Modern Dance Club offers opportunities for
both men and women to develop their dance
Through techniques and movement explanation,
you will soon be able to hold your own in group
choreography and know the excitement of perform-
ing your own creation.
A spring program is the climax to the year's work.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Ann Scalba, Managerg Kris Bushg
Karen Peterson, Assistantg Honey Bearg Linda Manng
Marcy Richardsg jane Harris.
M. Paveseg R. Puserg B. Zunkg D. Parmellig I. Hudnik
D. Canull, S. Nall.
Once a week those women who are
interested in howling get together for
intramural competition at a local howling
allies. This year the bowling club also
sent representatives to the intercollegiate
bowling tournament at Classboro, which
the Trenton State team went on to win.
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Quarterback Bob Jones breaks through the
Golden Eagle defense in Homecoming Day
The Lion's Football Squad came out of its third year of
National Collegiate Athletic Association competition with a
4-4 record. Coach Bob Salois and Assistant Coach Joe Herz-
stein were pleased with the season, which saw Trenton lose
only to virtually unbeaten teams. Nine departing senior letter-
' t men, including CO-Captains Rich Wojciechowicz, Bill McEvoy,
1 d and Ron Chiste, will leave the team weakerg but the interior
X s f line will be back next year, and a good season is expected. Art
t - Q I f Certissimo, the new captain, and George Strattman and Joe
x ' hx .9 ' X Calorio will be star players on next year's team, which faces
7 .' an even rou her nine-team schedule.
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Defensive tackle Joe Coloiaro hovers over r
0 Central Connecticut foe which defensive T-S-C VS- Glflssbofo ------------- - -- Won 'I'-S-C Wllgllel' .
end ike Mrvica has tackled. Pete Catanese, T-S-G VS- N1Ch0lS College I- ---- - ---- - WON F-S-C C0llltl11nd ..... ..
States Otlwf Clcfwislvc and Stand-9 by for T.S.C. vs. Central Connecticut .... won T.S.C Montclair. .. .
T .S.C. vs. Brockport ......... .... . . .. won T.S.C. Baldwin Wallace
KNEELINC, left to right: Captain Bill McEvOyg Earl Ownesg
Pete Cataneseg Cal Smithg joe Adochiog Rich NVOjciechOwicz
fAll-Americalg Bob jones fAll-Americalg Steve Librog Captain
Ron Chiste. SECOND ROW: Bob NVainwrightg Frank Mayerg
George Stratmang john Ilooclg Bob Connollyg Dean Hawkg Paul
Koehrseng Mike Mrvicag Paul Vichroskig joe Caloiarog Len Wat-
song John Markowitzg Bill Lutkinsg Sam Thorneg Dave Glumg
Ed Kellyg Paul Costellog Rich llarish. TI-IIRD RONV: john Perrig
john Doerrg Russ Pugliag Ted llarbatog Bill Wagnerg Bill jenseng
Gunther Schmiedlg Mike Hallerg Jack Bushg John Lisag Nick
Aliseg Harvey Fieldingg Dennis Arnoldg John Nowickyg Stan
. Reilleyg Pat Dineeng Spencer Millerg Fred Winterbotton.
Phila. College of Pharmacy ,,
Monmouth ,,,, W ,,,,.,v . A
Montclair H ,. 7 .,,. ., ,. A
Jersey City . ,, .
East Stroudsburg , ,
Paterson , Y, .
Bloomfield . A ,,
Newark 7 A ,
Cheyney . .
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Jersey City . , V.
Newark College of Engineering
Paterson Y ..,... ...,.,, . Y, ,v,.
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Fairleigh Dickinson, Madison Y
E. Baptist Col. Invitational
Big Paul Brateris brinlgls down a rebound in opening
season game with Phi delphia College of Pharmacy.
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'EFT To RICHT Blu Pencmst qmger I 1011? tt- TTTE CIENTER: Coach Ilal Wisselg Captain jim Carri-
lfob Poetschg bruce Nelson, Bill. Yarosievitag Irie Ilftl.
Paul Braterisg Pete Cataneseg Skip I0lmS0I1, B07 1515 flim-
0 d' la the 1964-65 team, which loses only two starters through
ther oyman mg P gem on C Joe Rott, and Captain Jim Carrigan.
graduation, were Bob Paetsch, Pete atanese,
Coach Harold XVissel's varsity basket-
ball team came on strong in the second
half of the season, winning 7 of its last
10 games for an overall 11-11 record. The
Lions started to pull together about half-
way through the season and wound up
by winning the Eastern Baptist Invita-
tion Tournament. Three Trenton players
brought individual trophies home from
Eastern Baptist. Paul Brateris won the
most valuable player award, jim Ruhnke
was named best defensive player, and
Skip johnson won an All-Tournament
award. Coaches and spectators at the
tournament commented that the Lions
played some of the best "team basket-
ball" seen in a long time.
TOP ROW, left to right: George Reynoldsg Edward BOTTOM ROW: Richard Postg Gunther Schmiedl
Kellyg Andrew Furlongg Mr. Donald Williams CCoachJg James Hartg Joseph Scelfog George Steinhauser.
john Ivorsg Bill Donohueg Charles Stoneg Tom Kellner.
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TSC's two-year-old wrestling team finished the season
with a 7-4 record. Five men scored over 20 team points
against 10 opposing schools. Edward Kelly led with 38
P0ints, followed by Charles Stone with 25, Gunther
Schmiedle and Andy Furlong with 22 each, and team
Captain Bob Forte with 21 points. Coach Don Williams,
Who loses only Captain Bob F ortc through graduation,
expects the growing team to have an even better season
TEAM RECORD 1964-65-Won 7, Lost 4
30 A . . Trenton Ir. College
3 --.-. ....... Hofstra U. ,,,o 1, or H -
11 ..,..., , ,... . Monmouth College 1
33 . A ....d.. Newark State College ,..,. ,. .
21 - --... A .-... Pllilil. Bible College , H H -
18 ,..., Wagner College , ,.
23 .. . Princeton U. CJ.V.l 1 ,.
Newark State C Forfeitj
13 -4.A---....... Fairleigh Dickinson U, ,-,., ,--- F
4 . 1 Montclair State . , .v 1 ,
35 ,, 1 , Trenton Ir. College ...., . .. ,
Coaches Ioe Herzstein and Joyce Williams instruct some of the
senior members of the 1964-65 gymnastics team-F red Sergent,
Phyllis Orr, and Bob Kirchbaum.
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The 1964-65 gymnastics team com-
pleted its fourth year by presenting five
exhibition performances to local high
schools. Students at Linden, Collings-
wood, Lyndhurst, Ewing, Morrisville
High, and New Jersey School for the
Deaf were entertained by their exhibi-
tions. Coach Ioseph Herzstein's team
engaged in two intercollegiate competi-
tions, one at Montclair State, and the
other with Queens College of New York.
Two games on April 3 start a 22-game schedule for
the 1965 TSC diamond crew. Coach Rada brings
back a good team from last year, and a good overall
performance is expected this spring. Highlights will
include games with Rutgers, Springfield, Montclair,
Kings, and the last game of the season, on May 20,
with Princeton University.
COACH BOB SALOIS
Springfield Q2 games? Home
U. of New Hampshire r . Home
. ,..,,t ,,...,... M onmouth ..,,..,,.... ,,,.. H ome
johnson State College, Vt. Home
. ...,. Phila. College of Textiles .,,,,,,, Home
, ,.at, .,,, J ersey City State . ,.7,,...,, . Home
, , 7 ,.,,, . Paterson ,,,V, , ,. Away
, ,L L Paterson Home
East Stroudsburg State ., . Home
A , Montclair Home
, ., ,..,..,.,.. Newark .t,,.
Kings College .tt..,L
. .,,,,., . Glassboro ,.,..... 1
WeSt Chester State ,V,,,,,,-,,-
. . Montclair ,,,,,,7,,,, V
Newark State ...... ,,
Dickinson U., Tegmeck
A Jersey City Stare ,,,,,,,.,,,,, ,
Princeton University .,,.,,, , N
The two-year-old Golf Team moves into a full
nine-meet schedule this year. This is Coach Salois'
first year with the team, which is co-captained by
Al Griffin and Gary Bobik. The team will compete
in 7 dual and 2 intercollegiate tournament meets
Bloomfield ..............,........,....... ...,.. A way
Trenton jr. College ...............,.........,.. Home
Glassboro, Montclair, Cheyney Away
Trenton Ir. College ..,.................. . ...,.. Home
Monmouth ............ .. ........,...,....., e ,.,... Home
St. Peter's ., s.... ......c.....,.. H ome
Trenton jr. College ......,... Home
Newark State ....... ,. ..,.,........... Home
Conf. Champ. Individual .... . Away
Paterson State ..............,......... Away
Dist. 31 N.A.I.A. Champ T Away
COACH BOB SALOIS
COACH ED BRINK
Coach Ed Brink's tennis team faces 11 meets
and two tournament games this spring. The team
brings to this season a record of 4 State Confer-
ence Championships, and several of the players
who helped win them will appear on the 1965
net squad. Bill Austin is captain of the team,
which has its first match on April 7.
Classboro State ......... v.....,,...,,. A way
Cheyney State, Pa. .................. Home
East Stroudsburg State, Pa. .... Away
Newark College Engineering .. Home
St. Peters .... . ........a.................. Home
Philadelphia Textile .vl............. Away
Newark State ............... ...... A way
Montclair State ..........,......,......
jersey City State
Rider Inv. Tennis
Tournament .......... .....
TRACK AND FIELD
TSC's 18 returning Track and Field men bring with them
a 6 won, 1 lost record from 1964. Although this year's sched-
ule is made rougher by the addition of Temple University,
Head Coach McCollum feels the team is ready and able to
keep up its winning streak. Standouts on the 1965 team
should include Co-Captain Fred Surgent in the pole vault,
Rich Starets in the javelin toss, Art Shadell in the 100-yard
dash, and Len Watson, who holds the shot and discus
MEET SCORES 1964-65-Won 6, Lost 1
Varsity and intramural athletics for men at
TSC are govemed by the Mens Athletic Associa-
tion. The purpose of the MAA is to institute,
regulate, and promote athletics for the men of
the college. The organization cooperates and
works with the director of athletics and the ath-
letic staff to coordinate and organize mens athlet-
ics. TSC,s varsity teams participate in soccer,
football, wrestling, basketball, golf, track and
T. . .
W1 n r p field, cross country, gymnastics, baseball, and
lf i"A"i"'i if Brgfdfm -pp- gy, tennis. Intramural sports provide a large number
133 ,,.., Cheyney ,,...,.. ......... 2 0 of men with opportunities for recreation and
102 ig 11iiiQisf?1i-Zf'.g',Q1iiiiQ. 1.1111 23 engffnenf' ff, f h MAA R, h d
102 ppppp Hofstra v -ppp F --UV 52 is year o icers or t e are ic ar
86 ,... ,,,,..., j ei-sey City .,.,,,, S. ..... 59 Wojciechowicz, presidentg Lee Cook, secretary,
50 "-- Montclair A---- -- W -' 95 and Art Certissimo, vice-president.
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MOI1tclair .,,.,, ,,,,,,,., .... . A way
E. Baptist .,...,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,. ....... A way
Philadelphia Textile .... Away
East Stroudsburg ......... ....... A WHY
Jersey City , V,.,,7,,V .. Away
St. Petei-'g --,----,--V-,-,,,,---,, ...,.r. H Ome
Trenton junior College . ., . . .. W H0910
Glassboro ..,,,,,Q,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...... ....... H ome
New jersey State Conference Meet . , . .. - AWHY
Paterson , V ,,,VV . Home
Mollmollth ......,.,.,.., ,,.. . ...,.. . .... . .. --.- Away
TSC's Varsity Cross Country Team began its sophomore
season on a bright note, winning two of its first three meets.
Headed by Coach McCorkle, the Lion Harriers finished the
season with a 4 won, 5 lost record. Team Captain, Don
Menditto, and running mates Bill Baitzel, Tom Serwell,
Bob Handly, and Lee Zimmerman bolstered the team with
steadily improving performances throughout the season. The
future is bright for Cross Country at TSC as all of the Lion
Harriers will be returning next season.
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IUDI MITCHELL 0 Business Education
MARY E. MITCHELL 0 Mathematics
BARBARA MOCH 0 Music
MARGHERITA MOHR 0 Special Education
CAROLYN MOKEN 0 Elementary
LINDA MORELLO 0 Elementary
IRENE MORINAKA 0 Health and Phys. Ed.
CAROL SUE MORROW 0 Kind. Primary
MICHAEL MRVICA 0 Social Studies
JANET MULCAHY O Elementary
BETTE MURPHY 0 English
EILEEN KAYE MURPHY 0 Kind. Primary
EVELYN MURRAY 0 Mathematics
DAWN NAGEL 0 Music
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MARY LOUISE NEMETH 0 English
PAUL NEUER 0 Music
MAXINE NEWMAN 0 Kindergarten Primary
LYNN M. NIERO 0 Kindergarten Primary
IRENE L. NIXON 0 Kindergarten Primary
SANDRA NOLL 0 Health and Physical
CATHERINE NORCROSS 0 Health and
KAY NORTON 0 Business Education
MARCIA NO'I'I'A 0 Elementary
LEONA OBERC 0 Elementary
SHARON OFSONKA 0 English
MAUREEN O'KEEFE O Kindergarten Primary
SARA O'KEEFE 0 Elementary
EVELYN OLEIAR 0 Business Education
DONALD E. OLLWERTHER 0 Special
DIANE ORSINI 0 Special Education
FAYE OSTRANDER 0 Elementary
JILL PALATELLA 0 Kindergarten Primary
NOREEN PALMER 0 Elementary
BARBARA PALUMBO 0 Elementary
PATRICIA A. PALUMBO 0 Elementary
CAROL PANCKO 0 Science
JOANNE PANDOLI 0 Elementary
DIANA LYNNE PARMELLI 0 Health and
NANCY PATERNOSTER 0 Business Education
JOSEPH PAULILLO 0 Business Education
ANN PAULUS 0 Music
MARIA PAVESE 0 Health and Physical
CAROL SUSAN PAVLICA 0 Elementary
KAREN JEANNE PEARCE 0 Kindergarten
BARBARA PEARL 0 Kindergarten Primary
JANE PERERSEN 0 English
GWEN PERONI I Special Education
DORIS PESTKA 0 Kindergarten Primary
JANET PETERSON 0 Kindergarten Primary
DANIEL PETROCHKO 0 Industrial Arts
IEANNE PFAFF 0 English
IO ANN PFEFFER 0 Kindergarten Primary
FREDERICK W. PF ISTER 0 Industrial Arts
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JAMES RUHNKE 0 Health and Phys. Ed.
SHARON RUMMEL 0 Music
JIM RUOCCO 0 Industrial Arts
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CAROL RYAN 0 Elementary
VICTORIA SABOL 0 Kindergarten Primary
MILDRED S. SAMALONIS 0 Elementary
LOIS SANTARSIERO 0 Elementary
LINDA LEE SATTLER 0 Health ir Phys. Ed.
ANN SCELBA 0 Health and Physical Ed.
JOSEPH L. SCELFO 0 Industrial Arts
SANDRA SCHACKMAN 0 Business Education
MARY ALICE SCHADEWALD 0 Elementary
DALE SCHAFF ER 0 Industrial Arts
ANGELA SCHIARETTI 0 Elementary
TULA SCHNORBUS 0 Kindergarten Primary
EILEEN SCHROFF 0 Special Education
FRED SCHULZ 0 Health and Physical Ed.
JEANNE SCHUSTERMAN 0 Music
JANE SCHWARTZ 0 Kindergarten Primary
ROBERT SCOTT 0 Health and Physical Ed.
PHILIP SEAGULL 0 Social Studies
ANDREA SEGEL 0 English
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BETTE-LYNN PHILLIPS o Elementary
DONNA PHILLIPS o sneetal Edaeatlan
RUTH PIDCOCK 0 Mathematics
MAXINE CAROL PLACE o Music
ROBERT POETSCH o Health and Phys. Ed-
RITA POSER o Health anal Phys. Ed.
JOHN POST o lnaastftal Arts
HELENE C. POTISHNAK o Elementary
ROBERT PYLE o Industrial Ans
BARBARA QUICK 0 Kindergarten Primary
CAROL QUIGLEY o Health and Phys. Ed-
JANET SUE QUIRK o Health and Phys. Ed'
ROSALINE RAIMONDO - Health if Phys. Ed-
BARBARA REED 0 Kindergarten Primary
BETTE REED I Elementary
JECQUELINE E. RIEGEL 0 Science
RUTH A. RIPP 0 Elementary
THOMAS E. RITTER 0 Science
VICKI RITVO 0 Kindergarten Primary
ARLENE ROBBINS 0 Elementary
DOROTHY ROBBINS 0 Business Educati0"
GEORGIA ROBERTS 0 Elementary
DONNA RODGERS o Health and Phys. Ed-
CHARLES ROSE 0 Industrial Arts
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SUSAN I. STINCER 0 Kindergarten Primary
KAREN STOCKER 0 Kindergarten Primary
ANNE STODDARD o Science
HELEN STOROZUK o Business Education
PENELOPE JANE STOUT o Kind. Pflnuuu
ISOHN SUGGS 0 Industrial Arts
ILEEN M. SUTRYK 0 English
QRLENE SZWAIA 0 Business Education
SATALIE H. TAUBEL 0 Health if Phys. Ed.
USAN R. TAYLOR o Elementary
SANDRA TECYI 0 Elementary
SUTH E. TENNEY 0 Kindergarten Primary
ISRBARA THOMAS o English
C HN THOMPSON o Health und Phys. Ed.
CQROL THORPE 0 Elementary
JOAIRE TORIS 0 Kindergarten Primary
ANNE TRAVACLIO o Health if Phys. Ed.
EHARLES O. TRUELAND o Business Ed.
SNITA TULCHIN 0 Speech Correction
GUSANNA UHL o English
LFRALD UNKEL o Industrial Ans
K NDA VANDERBUSH 0 Business Education
ENNETH VAN CILSON 0 H. if Phys. Ed.
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IANE SERVICE 0 Health and Physical Ed.
THOMAS SERWELL 0 Industrial Arts
JUDY SHAW 0 Health and Physical Education
JUNE SCHENLOOCIAN 0 English
MARY SHEPPARD O Mathematics
CHARLENE SHERMAN 0 Business Education
DON SHERMAN 0 Social Studies
GAYLE SHERMAN 0 Health and Phys. Ed.
TOBY ANN SHERNOCK O Elementary
MARSHA L. SHULMAN 0 Elementary
MARY ANN SIMKO 0 Social Studies
REGINA SLEZAK 0 Elementary
BEVERLY SMITH 0 Kindergarten Primary
STANLEY M. SMOLLER 0 Social Studies
ELLEN SNYDER 0 Elementary
JOYCE SOLOMON 0 English
WILLETTE A. SONTA 0 Elementary
MARIE SORIANO 0 Business Education
ROBERTA SPAGNOLA 0 Special Education
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1 'E' CAROL SPINNANGER 0 Elementary
'K ' ARLENE STANGS o Business Education
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LOIS VVILLIS 0 English
NANCY J. WILSON 0 Speech Correction
DONNA-MARIE WINKIE 0 Speech Arts
JEAN WOICIECHOWSKI 0 Elementary
DEBORAH WRIGHT 0 Speclkll Education
WILLIAM YAROSIEWICZ 0 Elementary
BARBARA ANN YOOS 0 Elementary
IEANNE ZDANOWICZ 0 Kind. Primary
CYNTHIA ZERBE 0 Kindergarten Primary
JULIANNE ZICK 0 Special Education
KATHLEEN ZOOG 0 Business Education
RICHARD VAN GULIK, JR. o zaaattaal AHS
ELAINE VAN HOUTEN o Elementary
KENNETH C. VLIET o Industrial Arts
DORIS WALKER o Health and Physical Ed-
JONATHAN WALTER o Mathematics
MARSHA WARMAN 0 Elementary
ROBERT WARREN 0 Industrial Aff-9
MARY ANN WEDEMEYER 0 Elemeflfafll
BARBARA WEISSLITZ 9 Elementary
BARBARA WELLMAN 0 Kind. Primdfy
LYDIA WESTPHAL 0 Kindergarten Primary
MICHAEL R. WHELAN O Speech Correvtlon
SAUL WHYNMAN 0 English
CHESTER WICHOWSKI 0 Industrial Affs
ELIZABETH WILCOX 0 Elementary
DOROTHY VVILLIAMS 0 Special Educati0f'
MARY LOUISE WILLIAMS 0 English
THOMAS WILLIAMS 0 Industrial Arts
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' U DERCLASSM N
FIRST ROW left to right: M. Fuge, P. Cnegheion, R. Fox, B. Lowry, E. Davis, E.
Ferry S M'u,ince S. Knobel R. Form J. I-Ifimpton. SECOND ROW: I. Caruso D
Boter1,1s,.I. Cook, ,D. Arthur,,S. Buriistein, j.gCincottz1, K. Covington, J. Clatterbhck,
S Clmuer S Angeloni, P. Bullu, I. Cohn, L. Edeehuuser. THIRD ROW: B. Faries,
B. Deenegf, P. Cook, P. Comerford, M. Ciszewski, S. Catts, C. Bousenberry, P. Cole,
S. Burden, B. Clark, C. Crowell, N. Apanel, P. Doerr, B. Bower, D. Devitt, S. Cohen.
FOURTH ROW: B. Flundly, T. DeCanzio, E. Barry, H. Ahlgren, D. Bragman, J.
Cooper, J. DeLnge, T. Eastmond, T. Ingling, T. Druce, E. Iennerich, M. Iacobetz.
FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Snicler, P. Kitchen, R. Rosenberg, L. Fruchtermnn P
Stern, M. Fischer, S. Purdy, M. Cross, G. Steinberg, N. Sknsko. SECOND ROW:, C
Nigrelli, L. Jones, M. Giilwbbe, 13- Murgerum, L. Hewitt, J. Flood, N. Dalton K
DeCruccio, K. Miller, M. Silugy, B. Cnrzillo, M. Curtlnnd. THIRD ROW: B. Sabo K
Moroney, J. Grunberg, I. Fleischmunn, J. Luff, K. Cross, K. Seidelmann, M. Hennesey
M- Nigfclli, I- Irlewchik, V- Cl'Y92k0Wi9C, B- Hefk, C- Ciesef, C. Matthews, B. Cen' P
Uribe, I. Moore. FOURTH ROW: .L. Ries, F. Pugnnni, D. Nuse, G. Mehr, W. Wokhw
I- Hilffis, V- LISHYCZYJ, I- Mufkowltz, I- Ukenowicky, P. Dineen, L. Sutton, R. Praml
FIRST ROW, left to right: P. Whitbeck, I. Patton, E. McManus, N. Leuchters, P
Moran, J. Townsend, B. Riddle, I. Unkel, M. Scanlon, C. Sbrilli. SECOND ROW: B
Zrinscak, B. Kroll, N. Iesson, B. Nutbrown, D. Elliott, M. Laub, M. Totin, M. Kostreba
W. Ries, I. Osbom, S. Stickel, S. Luther, L. Purdy. THIRD ROW: I. Meinzer, I. Vie:
liger, B. Russo, R. Wishnan, E. Kinsey, K. Kimber, P. Felt, L. Semann, L. Spektonl
Remyias, C. Menzel, I. Lackemacher, S. Reynolds, I. Hudak, P. Henderson, C. Moc
I. Roork. FOURTH ROW: P. Hill, I. Holcombe, P. Nolan, L. Sherman, L. Surowka
B. Pullen, E. Sova, M. Smigelski, I. Pease, G. Szymanski.
FIRST ROW, left to right: I. Pranzatelli, C. Sandhoff, C. Smith, C. Seiler, M. Lotz, P.
Petrillo, M. Solomon, M. Vergari, R. Van Raay, L. Wilmott, M. Pessin, I. Manos.
SECOND ROW: S. Shockey, C. Vanselous, L. Talocci, V. Varga, L. Tomassello, N.
Turner, M. Saffioti, S. Dietrick, B. Winkler, O. Welenteychik, C. Levine, G. Rosen, C.
Kirby, K. Stark, P. Troisi, G. Valenza. THIRD ROW: L. Sutton, P. Dineen, L. Watson,
B. Wainwright, I. Russell, H. Weber, S. Phitz.
Class of 1968
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DONALD O. ABERNATHY, 1205 Tanner Avenue, Burlington, N. J.
ARLENE ABIS, 270 Jerome Avenue, Oakhurst, N. J.
NORMA ABRAMS, 87 Obre Place, Shrewsbury, N. J. ' Co-Chair-
man of Human Relations Committee 3, 4, Tutorial Project 3, 4,
Chimes Staff 4.
JOSEPH ADOCHIO, 73 South St., Milltown, N. J. 0 Baseball 1, 2,
3, 4, Captain 4, Football 3, 4, Theta Nu Sigma Fraternity, Treasurer
of M.A.A. 3, Senior Class Cabinet.
MARILYN ALFORD, 1889 Pennington Road, Trenton, N. J. 0 Dance
Club 2, 3, 4, Human Relations 3, 4.
ROBERTA ANN AMERMAN, 17 George Place, Clinton, N. J. '
W.R.A. Kappa Betta Xi Sorority.
MRS. MARY L. ANDRIDGE, 247 Ward Avenue, Bordentown, N. J.
LINDA ANDRUSKY, 545 YVillow Avenue, Scotch Plains, N. J. '
Junior Class Cabinet 3, Ionian Sigma Sorority 1, 2, Dormitory Fire
WILLIAM ARACE, Box 70A, R.D. No. 1, Old Bridge, N. J. ' Phi
Alpha Delta 1, 2, 3, 4.
CAROLE ARCADIPANE, 1900 Princeton Avenue, Trenton, N. J. '
Omega Psi Sorority 2, 3, 4, English Club 3, 4, Newman Club 1.
VIRGINIA MAE ATKINSON, 217 Park Avenue, Phillipsburg, N. J. '
Philomathean Sigma Sorority 1, 2, Christian Science College Organ-
ization 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice President 4, S.E.A. 3, 4.
WILLIAM H. AUSTIN, JR., G-9 Providence Court, Chelsea Village,
Atlantic City, N. J. ' Phi Epsilon Kappa Fraternity 1, 2, 3, 4, Ten-
nis 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Soccer Team 2.
DONNA AYERS, 2357 Pennington Road, Trenton, N. J. ' H.6zP.E.
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian, W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball
Manager 3, Publicity 4, Ionian Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Custodian, Seal 4,
Signal 4, Modern Dance Club 1, 2, 4, Greek Review 2.
WARREN BABBITT, 1041 Gerogian Drive, Linden, N. J. ' German
Exchange with Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe Universitat-Frankfurt, Ger-
many, S.E.B. Plays.
BEVERLY BAHRENBURG, Bridgeport Road, Belle Mead, N. J. '
Work Scholarship-Art Department.
GLORIA JEAN BAILEY, 1112 White Horse Pike, Egg Harbor, N. J.
' S.E.A. 1, 2, 4, Orientation Leader 2, Kappa Delta Pi 4, Exchange
Student to Scotland 3, International Club 2, 4, Secretary and Pub-
licity 2, Human Relations 2, Yearbook Exchange Editor 4.
ADDIE BARRETT, 6 Hasting Lane, YVillingboro, N.,J.
JAMES A. BASSANO, 190 Poor Street, Hackensack, N. J. ' Football
1, Lambda Chi Alpha, Social Studies Association, Intramurals 2, 3, 4.
ELIZABETH ANN BEEBE, 11 Rockview Avenue, North Plaineld,
N. J. ' W.R.A., Donn Court 3.
BARBARA ANN BEISEL, 9000 Beach Blvd., Peahala Park, Beach
Haven, N. J. ' W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Gamma Sigma Sorority 2, 3, 4.
MAUREEN BENDOTTI, 16 Edgewater Road, Cliffside Park, N. J.
' Lambda Mu Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Pledge Captain 1, Pledge Master
2, Vice President 3, Editor of P.E. newspage 2, H.8zP.E. Club 1, 2,
3, 4, Allen House Council 1, Volley Team 2, 3, Basketball Team 3,
W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Chairman of P.E. Demonstration 3, I.S.C.
3, 4, President 4, Delta Psi Kappa 3, 4.
KATHLEEN BENICK, 41 Birch Avenue, Plainfield, N. J. ' Newman
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Cabinet, Elections and Limitations Com-
mittee 1, Orientation Leader 2, S.E.A., N.J.E.A., N.E.A., Social
Studies Social Affairs Committee 3. '
BETTY BENNETT, 118 Rossell Avenue, Trenton, N. J. ' Zeta Tau
Sigma Sorority, Human Relations Committee.
DAVID A. BENNETT, 5 Barbara Avenue, Spotswood, N. J. ' N.E.A.,
JANE BOAS, 811 West Main Street, Millvillc, N. J. ' S.E.A. 1, 2,
3, 4, Arguromuthos Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 2, Council
for Exceptional Children 3, 4.
HELEN K. BURNS, 2300 Hamilton Avenue, Trenton, N. J. ' Kappa
Betz Xi Sorority 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4.
PHILIP W. BELLINI, 112 Seeley Avenue, Kearny, N. J. ' Phi
Epsilon Kappa Fraternity 2, 3, 4, S.E.B. 4, Gymnastics Team 3, 4,
Boys Modern Dance Club 3, 4, Intramural Football and Baseball 2,
3, 4, Greek Review 3, 4, Football Manager 2.
HARRIET ANN BERGER, 132 Cuyler Avenue, Trenton, N. J. '
Kappa Beta Xi 1, 2, 3, 4, Hillel Youth Organization 2, 3, 4.
LORRAINE BERNASCONI, 401 Burlington Avenue, Phillipsburg,
N. J. ' Sigma Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Greek Review 2, Sigma
Sigma Sorority Historian 2, S.E.A. 4, Yearbook Staff 4.
BONNIE BITTNER, 2752 Nottingham Way, Trenton, N. J. ' Sigma
Sigma Sorority, Student aid in Art Department. '
WALTER BITNER, 205 2nd Avenue, Haddon Heights, N. J. ' Bas-
ketball 1, 2, Theta Nu Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3.
RICHARD BLAZOVSKY, 223 Huff Avenue, Manville, N. J.
SUSAN ANNE CARSON, 131 Coleman Road, Trenton 90, N. J. '
Band, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Beta Xi 2, 3, 4, Pledge Master 2,
M.E.N.C. 2, 3, 4.
MARJORIE JOAN BLOCK, 1925 Chapel Avenue, Cherry Hill, N. J.
' Lambda Mu Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 2, Class Cabinet 3, 4,
Treasurer Ely House 2.
GARY BOBIK, 517 Beatty Street, Trenton, N. ' Sigma Tau Chi
Fraternity 2, 3, 4, Sales Chairman 4, Varsity Gol 2, 3,'4, Co-Captain
glagity Golf 4, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Softball 3, 4, S.E.A.
MRS. SHIRLEY V. BOND, R. D. No. 1, Ringoes, N. J. ' S.E.A. 3, 4:
Kappa Delta Pi 4.
JEANNE BONNELL, Bay Ave., VVaretown, N. J. ' S.E.A. 3, 45
N.J.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
DENIS BORAI, 13 Safran Avenue, Fords, N. J. ' Chimes 2, 3, 43
English Club 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, President of Kappa Delta Pi, Resi-
dent Assistant 4.
LYNNE F. BOUMA, 12-27 Burbank Street, Fair Lawn, N. J. '
Lambda Mu Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 45
H.8rP.E. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, I.S.C. 4.
GUYE B. BRACHHAUSEN, 1156 Bryant Street, Rayway, N. J.
ROBERT B. BROOK, 162 Lowell Avenue, Trenton 9, N. J. '
Kappa Delta Pi, Vice-President, Freshman Mathematics Award,
LISE BROWN, 16 Marshall Street, Irvington, N. J. ' W.R.A. 15
Dormitory Government 1, 2, S.E.A. 1, 4.
NICHOLAS A. BRUNO, 3 Hewitt Street, Trenton, N. J. ' Phi Alpha
Delta Fraternity 2, 3, 4, Sgt. at Arms 4, Intramural Football 3, 45
Intramural Bowling 2, 3.
ANDREA BUGCERONI, 105 Abbott Avenue, Palisades Park, N. J. '
Lambda Mu Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Delta Psi Kappa, 3, 4, W.R.A-
1, 2, 3, 4, H.81P.E. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics Team 3, 4.
JAMES R. BUCKLEY, JR., 46 Pebble Lane, Willingboro, N. J. '
Yearbook Staff 4.
JOANNE M. BUGCERONI, 817 Parker Street, Newark, N. J. '
International Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Trenton Tutorial Project 2, Human Re-
lations Committee 2, 3, Young Democrats Club 1, Freshman Orienta-
tion Leader 2, Senior Honors Quarter, English, Campuc Employ-
ment 1, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 1.
IRENE BURKE, 303 Maple Street, Middlesex, N. J. ' Secretary of
Sorority 2, Junior Class Secretary 3, S.E.B. Secretary 4, Dorm
ROBERT E. BURKHART, 29 West Blackwell Street, Dover, N. J. '
Sigma Tau Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Cabinet 2, 3, Safety Committee 15
Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, S.E.A., N.J.E.A. 3, 4, House Council 3.
CATHERINE MARY BURNS, 537 Magie Avenue, Elizabeth, N. '
Omega Psi Sorority 2, 3, 4, Signal 2, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sen-
ior Class Cabinet 4, Yearbook 4, N.J.E.A. 4, N.E.A. 4, S.E.A. 4.
MARY F. BURNESS, King George Road, R.D. No. 1, Bound Brook,
N. J. ' I.V.C.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, H.8zP.E. Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
ROBERTA ANDREA BUSH, 141 Madison Avenue, Cherry Hill, N. J-
' Gamma Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary of
Gamma Sigma 4, Class Council 3.
PETER J. CATANESE, 182 Easton Avenue, New Brunswick, N. J. '
Football 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 4, Junior Class Cabinet,
Senior Class S.E.B. Rep., Phi Epsilon Kappa.
FRANK LEE CALLAHAN, 8 Henry Street, South River, N. J. '
Program Committee 3.
EUTHNEVELYN CARTWRIGHT, 49 Southern Slope Drive, Mill-
JEAN4CASPER, 111 Newell Avenue, Trenton, N. J. ' Kappa Delta
Pi 3, .
RICHARD CENCI, 91 North 10th Street, Newark, N. J. ' Football
1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Soccer Manager 3, 4, Phi Epsilon Dappa Fra-
ternity, S.E.B. Class Representative 4.
RONALD CHISTE, 312 Tindall Avenue, Trenton 10, N. J. ' Varsity
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Football Co-Captain 4, Theta Nu Sigma Frater-
nity 1, 2, 3, 4, Alumni Secretary 3, Senior Class Cabinet, Apgar
SONDRA ALEXIA CHOKO, 231 Randall Avenue, Trenton, N. J. '
Omega Psi Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4.
KAREN MARIE CHONKA, 1 North Drive, East Brunswick, N. J. '
Orientation Leader 2, Theta Phi Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, S.E.A. 43
Folk Club 3.
ELLEN CHRISTOFFERSEN, 21 Torden Place, Lake Telemark,
Rockaway, N. J. ' I.V.C.F., S.E.A.
JO ANN ELLEN CLARK, 21 Blackwood Drive, Trenton, N. J. '
Omega Psi Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Cabinet 4, Newman Club 1,
S.E.A. 4, Yearbook 4.
PATRICIA CLARK, 203 Drake Road, Brick Township, N. J. ' Omega
Psi 1, Sergeant at Arms 2, Secretary 3, Chairman of Senior Council
4, Signal 1, Seal 1, S.E.A. 1, Class Cabinet 2, 3, 4, Secretary of
Dorm 2, H. and P.E. Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
SUSAN ELIZABETH CLAYTON, Ridgeway Road, Toms River, N.
' Senior Class Secretary, Student Government Representative 2, 3,
Ionian Sigma Sorority 2, 3, 4, Lucille McNelley Award.
SUSAN J. COBURN, 39 Annapolis Drive, Hazlet, N. J. ' Lambda
Mu'1, 2, Orientation Leader 2, S.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
DAVID W. COCHARAN, 126 Poplar Avenue, Linwood, N. J. '
Sports Editor for Signal, Class Cabinet 2, 3, 4, Resident Assistant,
Figma T3u3Chi Fraternity, Football Publicity 2, 3, 4, Baseball Pub-
icity 1, , .
JACQUELYN A. COCHRAN, 118 Park Lane, Wayne, N. J. ' Ar-
guromuthos Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Aquatic Arts 1, Freshman
Orientation Leader 2, Historian of Norsworthy Hall 2, Chorus 1.
JOHN C. COE, 247 Delavan Street, New Brunswick, N. J. ' Phi
Alpha Delta 1, 2, 3, Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4.
BARBARA JEAN COMISKEY, 6 Pennroad Avenue, Trenton, N. J . 0
Orchestra 1, 2, Debate 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4, S.E.A. 3, 4, Pub-
licit Chairman 4, Student Council for Exceptional Children 3, 4.
MARIA CONSIGLIO, 246 Thropp Avenue, Trenton, N- l- ' Zeta
Tau Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 3, S.E.A. 4. 206 C t
LINDA STEVENSON COSTELLO tMrs.J, Apt. 16- R en ff,
Route 206, Princeton, N. J. ' Lambda Mu S0l'0flfY 1, 2, 33 ep- 01'
Freshman Council 1, Work Scholarship 1, 2, 3- I S,
ANDREA M. CRAVY, 815 Railroad Avenue, Manville, N. J. ' lgmil
Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, S.E.A. 4, Orientation Leader 2. i
RONALD CUBBERLEY, 61 Regina Avenue. Tfentpn, N- I- ' Slam
Tau Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, Junior Class Cabmee
JUDY CUNNINGHAM, 632 Valley Forge Avenue, fI'renf0n 8, I-
Philomathean Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 43 3001211 SU-111165 1, 2, 3, -
MARY MARGARET CURTIS, 11 Prospect Street, Caldwell, N. J. ,'
Class Treasurer 4, Theta Phi Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 45 W0menS
Recreation Association, Recording Secretary 3. 1 . I d
WALTER R. CURRY, 59 East Highland Avenue, Atlantic High an s,
N. J. ' Phi Alpha Delta 2, 3, 4, President 4. Q n
JUDITH ANN CLYMER, 571 Belvidere Road, Philllpsburg, N. J. '
I.V.C,F, 2, 3, 4, H.8zP.E. Club 1, 2, 4, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4,
B . .ll , 2, 3, 4. ,
siiiiifili I.lINDA DAKS, R.D. No. 4 Box 62, Jacksonmllls Road,
Freehold, N. J. ' Cast member in Julius Caesar, Stage' work for
Brecht play, Arms and the Man, Tiger at the Gates, and Julius Caesar,
Make-up chairman Greek Review 2, 3, Zeta Tau Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4,
Modern Dance Club 4, S.E.A. 3, 4. I
LYNN DANZIGER, 334 King Road, New Brunswrck. N, I- ' Human
Relations Committee 3, 4, Tutorial Project 3, 4, Interatxonal Club 3,
Host and Hostess Committee 3.
MRS. BARBARA W. DAUME, 43 Florence Avenue, Trenton J. '
Kappa Beta Xi 2, 3, 4, President 4, Inter-Sorority Representative 3,
Inter-Sorority Council 3, 4, Newman Club 2.
JOHN DEHOAN, 202 Plane Street, Haekettstown, N. J. ' Theta Nu
Si Fraterni 1, 2, 3, 4.
Jogiiifl DEL BIIIJNDO, 323 Ninth Avenue, Haddson Heights N. J. '
International Club 4.
KAREN JANE DELL, 1205 Oakwood Road, Belrnar, N. J. '
Arguromuthos Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 3,
Alumni Secretary 4, S.E.A. 4, Chorus 1, N.J.E.A. 4, Seal 4.
ROSE DE LIA, 719 South Broad Street, Trenton, N. J. ' .W.R.A.
2, 3, 4, Volleyball Manager 3, H.6zP.E. Club 2, 3, 4, Recording SCC'
retary 2, Vice President 3, Delta Psi Kappa 3, 4, President 3, 49
Reporter for State Signal 2.
LOUIS EUGENE DELLA BARCA, 71 Prospect Avenue, Red Bank,
N. J. ' All College Play, sound director 1, 2, Hillwood Union Board
2, 3, 4, H.U.B. Treasurer 3, 4, Delta Chi Epsilon Fraternity 1, 2, 3, 4,
Treasurer 2, 3, President 4, S.E.A. 3, 4, College Member At Large-
Student N.J.E.A. 4, Junior Class Cabinet 3, Newman Club 1, 2,
German Summer Seminar 4, Planning Committee German Summer
Seminar 4, Inter-Fraternity Council 1, 2, 3, 4.
JOHN DE VOE, 109 Abbott Avenue, Ocean Grove N. J. ' Theta Nu
SANDRA DEWAR, 220 Randall Avenue, Trenton 10, N. J. ' Theta
Phi Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, S.E.A. 1, 2, Secretary 2.
ELIZABETH DEVINEY, 50 Booream Avenue, Milltown, N. J. '
Lambda Mu Sorority, S.E.A., N.E.A., Council for Exceptional Chil-
DOROTHY DEMEIS, 5 Spray Avenue, Atlantic City, N. J. ' Class
Cabinet 1, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 3, President 4, Gamma Sigma
Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4.
TERRANCE DEMONT, Thatcher Avenue, New Village, R.D. No. 1,
Stewartsville, N. J. ' Social Studies Association.
NICHOLAS F. DISTEFANO, 36 Simplex Avenue, New Brunswick,
N. J. ' Theater-Acting and staging.
JOSEPH DODD, 15 New Monmouth Road, Middleton, N. J. ' Phi
Epsilon Kappa, Track, Wrestling.
MRS. NANCY G. DOHERTY, 47 Western Avenue, Trenton, N. J. '
Canterbury Club 3, 4, Arguromuthos Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, S.E.A.
1, 2, 3, 4.
ROBERT DORNER, 84 Becher Avenue, Rochelle Park, N. J. ' Sigma
Tau Chi, Chairman of Foreign Films 2, Chairman of Motion Pic-
JANET M. DOUGHERTY, 74 Clifton Terrace, Weehawken, N. J. '
Gymnastics Team 3, 4, H.6:P.E. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, German Summer
Seminar 3, Kappa Beta Xi 1, 2, 3, 4.
ELDRIDGE DOWNES IV, 203 Barolay Lane, Cherry Hill, N. '
Theta Nu Sigma Fraternity 1, 2, 3, 4, President of Ely House Coun-
cil 4, Treasurer of Freshmen Class 1.
MAUREEN DRUCAN, 15 Cottage Place, Trenton, N. J. ' Philo-
mathean Sigma, Awards Committee '63,
GAIL VERONICA DUDZIK, 678 Bingle Street, Perth Amboy, N.
' Newman Club 1, Freshman Orientation Leader 2, W.R.A. 2,
Treasurer of Centennial 4, Yearbook Staff 4.
FERN N. DUVAL, 637 Cooper Avenue, Oradell, N. J. ' Finance
Committee 1, Sigma Sigma Sorority 2, 3, 4, Pledgemaster 2, Vice
President 3, 4, S.E.A. 4.
ANN EISENBEIL, Box 22, Rd. 1, Stockton, N. J. ' Choir 1, Play,
LOIS EINSELEN, 133 Woolmans Lane, Rancocas Woods, Mt. Holly,
N. J. 'Philomathean Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3,
President 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, I.S.C. 3, 4, Greek Review 2,
S.E.A. 4, Orientation Leader 2.
WILLIAM EMENER, R.F.D. 4, Box No. 138, Jackson, N. J. ' Bas-
ketball 1, 2, House Council 1, S.E.B. 2, 3, Sigma Tau Chi Fraternity
1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4, President's Representative Council 4, Intra-
mural SPOITS 1, 2, 3, 4, Resident assistant in Bliss Hall 4.
CAROL ANN ENGLISH, 1 Plasket Avenue, Salem, N. J. ' Philo-
mathean Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Council for Excep-
tional Children, Treasurer 3, 4, Orientation Leader 2, W.R.A.
JOHANNE D. EPIFANIO, 731 East Earl Drive, Vineland, N. J. '
Omega Psi Sorority 1, 2, S.E.A. 4.
QIIAIRCELLE EPSTEIN, 190 Madison Avenue, New Milford, N. J. '
LINDA ERDBERG, 41 James Avenue, Bergenfield, N. J. ' Gamma
S15-'Ima S0rOr1ty 1, 2, 3, 4, Brass Choir 1, Area Chairman Ely House
1,5 Band 1, 2, Orchestra 1, 2, Class Cabinet 2, 4, S.E.B. representa-
tive 3, Student Curriculum Committee 3, Trenton Tutorial Project.
FLORENCE ESPOSITO, 19 Circle Place, Lincroft, N. ' Omega
PS1 SOTOTIW 1, 2, 3, 4, I.S.C. Representative 3, Signal 1, Senior Class
Cabinet 4, Orientation Leader 2, Yearbook Staff 4, N.E.A., S.E.A.,
N.J.E.A., Dormitory Area Chairman, 2.
ROBERT GARY EWING, 7 Broadway Avenue, Trenton, N. J. '
Goods Geographic Society 3, 4.
PETER FANELLA, R.D. Box 406, Jackson, N. J. ' Band, Orchestra,
Chorus, Intramurals, Inter-Fraternity Council.
MRS.. PHILLIS GWENDOLYN I. FARBER, Box 116, R.D. No. 3,
Flemington, N. J. ' S.E.A. and N.J.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Beta Xi
Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, W.R.A. Basketball 1.
ROXANNE F ELLNER, 435 Drum Point Road, Osbornville, N. J. '
Apgar Society 1, 3.
JAMES FENTON, 19 North Texas Avenue, Atlantic City, N. J.
BARBARA ANNE FERENCE, 773 Beatty Street, Trenton, N. J. '
Omega Psi Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, Senior Class
Cabinet 4, N.E.A. 3, 4, N.J.E.A. 3, 4, S.E.A. 3, 4, Yearbook 4,
Greek Review 2.
DORIS JEAN FIELD, Branchville, N. J. ' Box 364, Ionian Sigma
2, 3, 4, Apgar 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Lab Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4.
MARY LORAINE FALZONE, R.D. No. 3 Princeton, New Jersey '
C.E.C. 3, 4, N.J.E.A. 3, 4, S.E.A. 3, 4, M.E.A. 3, 4.
LENORE FARLEY, Mounted Rt. 13, Phillipsburg, N. J.
JUDITH A. FERGUSON, Brook Drive, Chester, N. J. ' Newman
Club 1, 2, Gamma Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, Class Cabinet 1, 2, Sum-
mer Semlnar in Germany '64, English Honors Quarter 4, Interna-
tional Club 4.
EMILY, FERRIER, 7 Highland Avenue, Pompton Plains, N. J. '
Womens Recreation Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Beta Xi Sorority
2, 3 Correspondence Secretagf 4, Seal 1, Student Education Associa-
11011 1, 2, 3, 4, Dormitory Ju icial Board 3, Proctor 3, 4.
gIiT?JR13A4FERUS, Marshallville Road, Tuckahoe, N. J. ' Kappa
e a 1 , .
CARLA FIABANE, 31 Leavitt Lane, Princeton, N. J. 0 Gamma
JOAN S. FIELO, 440 Ewingville Road, Trenton, N. J.
JOAN FLYNN, 68 Kent Place Blvd., Summit, N. J. ' Ionian Sigma
SOTOFIYY 1, 2, 35 S.E.A. 2, 3, 4, Reception Committee 2, 3.
JANET FOLLAND, R.D. No. 1, Box 1-396, Princeton, N. J. '
S.E.A., N.J.E.A., N.E.A., Rosco L West Book Fund.
ROBERT FORTE, 409 Sherman Avenue, Raritan, N. J. ' Photog-
rapher for Seal and Signal 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4, Football 1, Track
1, 2, Theta Nu Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4,
ELAINE DORIS FOWLER, 301 Race Street, Millville, N. J. 0
Lambda Mu Sorority 1, 2, 3, Yearbook Staff 4, S.E.A. 3.
THADDEUS WILLIAM FOWLER, Tanglewood 3, Barnegat, N. J. '
Delta Ch1.Epsilon, Pledge Master 1, President 2, 3, Apgar Society
2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, President 3, 4, S.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, College
Union Board 2.
JOANNE FRANCHINI, 2241 Evans Street, Rayway, N. J. ' Theta
Ph! Sigma S0f0rity 1, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 1, Young Democrats 1,
Orientation Leader 2, S.E.A. 4.
FRANK FRANCISCO, 16 Grant Street, Dover, N. J. ' Sigma Tau
Chi Fraternity 1, 2, 3, 4.
LINDA FRANK, 168 Tappan Road, Harrington Park, N. J. ' Omega
Psi 1, 2, 3, President 4, Kappa Delta Pi, Resident Assistant 4, Proc-
tor 2, 3, Signal 1, Seal 1.
CAROL LOUISE FRIEND, Valley Road, Millington, N. J. ' Arguro-
muthos Slgna 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, German Seminar 3, S.E.A. 1, 2,
Dormitory Council Area Chairman 1, Treasurer 2, Band 1, Sophomore
Class Cabinet 2, Orientation Leader 2.
MAXINE GALANTY, 140 Keer Avenue, Newark, N. J. ' S.E.A.
1, 2, 3, 4, Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Kappa Beta Xi 1, 2, 3, 4,
Iggtarlfiliuide Chairman for S.E.A. 2.
U 1 L , 37 Rollinson Street, West Oran e, N. . '
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Secretary 2, President 3, Concgrt Band 1,
2, 3, 4, Chorus Q 3, 4, Bass Baritone role in "LaBoheme" 3. Greek
gletggnfeg, ?3h1g'l-1ENBC- 1,513 3, fig gaaolirs 1,12, 3? 4, Men's Chorus
5 e 1r,rass oir,,,,". ,"'-'
for the Opera "The Medium" 1. P fly 0 Dqmel 2, Light
'I31O1BERT GARDNER, 132 Columbia Avenue, Trenton, N. J. ' S.E.A.
BARBARA GARRISON, Big Oak Road, Yardley, Penna. 'H Lambda
1l:IJuln5c:g5ity1s1g'5,A3,1.4, .Norsworthy Dorm Council 2, Protestant
CLARE IRENE.GARRISON, P.O. Box 221, Woodstown, N. J. '
S.E.A. 1, 2, 4, Seal 1, Young Democrats Club 1, Arguromuthos Sigma
Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, House Council 3, 4.
SANDRA GARTH, 15 Hillside Avenue, Succasunna, N. J. ' Syn-
chronized Swimming 1, 2, Gamma Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Area
Chairman 2, Orientation Leader 2, Class Cabinet 4, Competitive
Swimming 3, 4, Democratic Club 1.
PATRICIA GETZINGER, 3 Chestnut Avenue, Westmont 7, N. J. '
S.E.A. 3, 4, C.E.C. 3, 4.
JOSEPHINEAANN GINDER, 1602 South Clinton Avenue, Trenton,
N. J . ' W.R. .
DOROTHY ANNE GLEASON, 203 Platt Avenue, Wrightstown, N. J.
' Tau Epsilon Chi, Chi Lambda Rho, Orientation Leader Debate
CINDY GLEICHER, 21 Dale Drive, West Orancge, Apgar 4.
NANCY L. GLENY, 1809 Maple Avenue, Had on Heights, N. J. '
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Lacrosse 1, 2, 4, Gymnastics
1, Modern Dance 4, W.R.A. Manager 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President
4, H.6zP.E. Club Treasurer 2, Marriana G. Packer Award.
I. JULIE GLOVER, 7 Quarry Street, Princeton, N. J. ' Apgar So-
ciety 3, .
LYDNI GLUSHENOK, P.O. Box 22 R.D. No. 3, Jackson, N. J. L
Director of Pla -'fMedea," Roxanne in "Cyrano De Bergerac,
Orientation Leacller 2, Inter-Sorority Council 2, Theta Phi Sigma
Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4.
MARILYN JEANNE GODLESKI, 30 East 26 Street, Bayonne, N. J.
' Arguromuthos Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 2, 3, 4.
RICHARD GODSEY, 2334 Yardville-Hamilton Square Road, Tren-
ton, N. J. ' Chimes 3, 4, Cast in Campus Plays 1, 2.
BARBARA LINDA GOLDBERG, 86 Westside Avenue, Bergenfield,
N. J. ' Omega Psi Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Class Cabinet 4, Council
for Exceptional Children 3, 4, N.J.E.A. 4, N.E.A. 4.
FRAN GOLDBERC, 606 Centarl Avenue, Bradley Beach, N. '
Class Cabinet 1, 2, 3, 4, Lambda Mu Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Recor ing
Secretary 3, 4, State Signal 1, Greek Review 2, S.E.A. 4.
RICHARD L. GOODRICH, East 228 Midland Avenue, Paramus,
N. J. ' International Club President 3, 4, Student Exchange Com-
mittee 2, 3, 4, Human Relations Committee 3, Scholarship Recipient
from the Experiment in International Living to India 3, S.E.A. 4,
American Speech and Hearing Asseociation 4, Dean's List 4.
LADYLEASE GOODRIDGE, Exchange Student from Panama ' Hu-
man Relations Committee 1, 2, Exchange Committee 1, Canterbury
Club 1, 2, International Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
SHARON GOTTFRIED, 2 Windy Bush Way, Trenton, N. J. ' Vice
President of I.S.C. 4, Theta Phi Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Coun-
selor 2, Senior Class Cabinet 4, Greek Review 2, 3, Littlest Angel
2, 3, 4, Theta Phi-Theta Nu Show 2, 3, 4, Pledge Captain of Theta
Phi 1, Pledge Master 2.
JOSEPH GRACEOFF, 104 Union Avenue, Garfield, N. J. ' Theta
Nu Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Acting Corresponding Secretary 4, Senior Class
Cabinet, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, S.E.A. 2, 3, 4.
DOLORES C. GRECO, 642 East Main Street, Somerville, N. J. '
Newman Club 1, 2, Human Relations Committee 1, 2, 3, Interna-
gioraal Club 2, 3, 4, ,C.E.C. Council of Exceptional Children 4, N.E.A.
ALICE JOAN GREGA, 9 State Normal Place, Jersey City, N. J. '
Omega Psi Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Class Cabinet 4, Orientation
Leader 2, N.J.E.A. 4, S.E.A. 4, N.E.A. 4. '
ALBERT P. GRIFFIN, 170 Elm Street, Cresskill, N. J. ' Golf team
3, 4, Social Studies Association 2, 3, 4, Sigma Tau Chi Fraternity,
Senior Class Cabinet.
CHARLES J. GRILL, 466 Country Club Road, Somerville, N. J.
JOAN GRIMLEY, 111 Lakeside Drive, Glassboro, N. J. ' S.E.A.
1, 2, 4, Gymnastics 2, Modern Dance 1.
BARBARA GRIMM, 1960 Greenwood Avenue, Trenton, N. J.
CAROLYN L. GROSS, 139 William Street, South River, N. '
Ionian Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Council for Exceptional Chil ren
3, 4, S.E.A. 3, 4.
BARBARA JOAN GUENTHER, 42 Washington Street, Red Bank,
N. J. ' Arguromuthos Sigma Pledge Captain 1, Pledge Master 2,
Vice President 3, President 4, Inter-Sorority Council 3, S.E.A., N.E.A.
4, Protestant Foundation 1, 2, W.R.A. Basketball, Volleyball, Soft-
ball 1, 2, House Council 1, 2, Treasurer 2, Resident Assistant 3, 4,
DENISE ANN HALL, 304 Oakwood Drive, Paramus, N. J. ' Ionian
Sigma Sorority 1, Finance Committee 2, Correspondence Secretary 3,
President 4, Newman Club 1, 2, 4, Elections and Limitations Com-
mittee 1, 2, Class Cabinet 1, 2, S.E.A. 2, 4.
CAROLYN HAMRAH, 1235 Lenox Avenue, Plainfield, N. J. ' Class
Cabinet 2, S.E.A., N.J.E.A. 1, 2, 4.
JANICE HANKINS, 1630 Center Street, Point Pleasant, N. J. ' Theta
Phi Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Custodian 2, Modern Dance Club 2,
3, 4, Chairman 4, W.R.A. Activities 1, 2, 3, 4, Executive Board of
W.R.A. 4, Health and Physical Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
BARBARA HANSEN, R.D. No. 1 Box 230, English Town, N. J. '
Delta Psi Kappa 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 3, W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4,
Lacross Manager 2, 3, 4, H.8zP.E. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 1.
EDITH HARRIS, 61 South 12th Street, Newark, N. J. ' W.R.A.
1, 2, 3, 4, H.8rP.E. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Snack Bar Committee 2, 3, Mod-
ern Dance 1, 2, 4, S.E.A. 2, 3, 4.
MRS. BARBARA LOUISE HARDING, 1027 Westwood Avenue, Old
Tappan, N. J. ' Omega Psi Sorority 2, 3, 4, S.E.A. 3, 4, N.E.A. 3.
4, Dean's List 4, House Council 4.
RICHARD ALLEN HARTLEY, 45 East Atlantic Avenue, Clementon,
N. J. ' Band, Orchestra, Choir, Opera Orchestra 2, Theta Nu Sigma,
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Sergeant at Arms, Parliamentarian, Histor-
ian, Theta Nu Dance Band, Phi Mu Alpha Dance Band, Band Presi-
dent, M.E.N.C., Treasurer, Greek Review, Off-Campus Student Ad-
wglslory Committee, Student Employment Brass Choir, Carolers, Men's
NANCY A. HAVENS, Box 495 R.D. No. 1 Belmar, N. J. ' Inter-
natigngl :Club 3, 4, Tutorial Project 3, 4, Human Relations Commit-
tee , , ..
STEPHEN HELMSTADTER, 19 Cedar Street, Oakland, N. J. '
Amateur Radio Club 2, 3, Vice President 3, Theta Nu Sigma 2, 3, 4.
MARION A. HERCKNER, 82 Dover Street, Newark 6, N. J. '
H.8rP.E. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Lutheran Student Association 1, 2, Omega
Psi Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Alumni Secretary 4, W.R.A. 1, 2 3, 4, Presi-
dent of Allen House 4, Senior Class Cabinet, Food Service Coordinat-
ing Committee 4, Manager of Girls Swimming Team 3.
ERNEST J. HILTON, 602 Stuyvesant Avenue, Trenton, N. J. '
MRS. D. ARLENE HEWITT, 2050 Pennington Road, Trenton, N. J.
CATHERINE ELLEN HERMAN, 729 St. Georges Avenue, Rayway,
N. ' Arguromuthos Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, S.E.A. 4, Signal 1,
Sea 4, W.R.A. 2, N.J.E.A. 4, Competitive Swimming 1.
MRS. ELAINE A. HILL, 226-C Marshall Street, Princeton, N. J.
JUDY IANNIELLO, 85 Stoll Street, Netcong, N. J. ' Omega Psi
Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4.
MARLAINE HILLER, 3-19 Plaza Road, Fair Lawn, N. J. ' Lambda
Mu Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Class Cabinet, S.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cul-
tural Committee 4, Finance Committee 1.
JOHN V. HINDS, III, 413 Atlantis Avenue, Matawan, N. J. ' Theta
Nu Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3.
MARY HOFEREK, 79 Irving Terrace, Bloomfield, N. J. ' W.R.A.
Board, Corresponding Secretary, Hub Recreation Committee, Record-
ing Secreta , Arguromuthos Sigma Sorority, Kappa Delta Pi, Inter-
LINDA LEE HOFFMANN, 35 Lake Road, Upper Saddle River,
N. J. ' Lambda Mu Sorority 1, 2, 3, S.E.A. 4.
M. SUSAN HOFFMAN, 1101 East Main Street, Millville, N. J. '
Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Health
and Physical Ed. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Modern Dance 1, Synchronized
Swimming 3, Gymnastics 4, Theta Phi Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4.
JAMES HOOPER, 194 North 16th Street, East Orange, N. J. '
Carolers 1, 2, 3, 4, Director 4, Big Sweep 3, Men's Chorus 1, 2, 3,
Theta Nu Sigma Fraternity 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus Director 3, 4, Jr. Class
Float 3, Opera 2, 3, 4, Member of Cast in "Look Homeward
DIANE HUFF, 110 West Franklin Street, Bound Brook, N. J. '
Kappa Beta Xi 1, 2, N.J.E.A. 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
MARGO IACONO, 275 Chestnut Street, Bound Brook, N. J. ' Choir,
Orchestra, Chorus, Opera.
MICHAEL IANNONE, 1510 High Street, Burlington, N. J. ' Tennis
1, 2, 4, Captain 3, Theta Nu Sigma Fraternity 2, 3, Corresponding
Secretary 4, Kappa Delta Pi, S.E.A. 4.
KATHRYN INMAN, 11 Boots Avenue, Bordentown, N. J. ' Sigma
Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Apgar Society 2, 3, 4.
MILDRED JACOBUS, 859 Parkway Avenue, Trenton, N. J. ' Omega
SUSAN JASKSON, 15 Boyd Avenue, Jersey City, N. J. ' Ionian
Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3. Senior Class Cabinet 1, Hillel 4, Freshmen
Orientation Leader 1.
Psi Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 2, Class Cabinet 4, S.E.A. 3, 4,
Newman Club 1, Yearbook 4, Modern Dance Group 1.
MELANIE JAYNES, 114 Stuyvesant Avenue, Trenton, N. J. ' Seal,
JUDY JELMERT, 64 Cedar Road, VVatchung, N. J. - Gamma
GEORGE A. JOHANSON, 1491 Parkside Avenue, Trenton, N. J.
CAROL ANN JOHNSON, 7 Hanover Road, Florham Park, N. J. '
Omega Psi 1, 2, 3, S.E.A.
DOROTHY JOHNSON, 61 Wetmore Avenue, Morristown, N. J. '
Omega Psi Sorority 1, 2.
JEAN JOHNSON QMRSJ, 436 Cedarcrest Road, Wenonah, N. J. '
Gamma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4.
QCEAENZE 3JO1HNSON, 944 Asbury Avenue, Ocean City, N. J. '
BARBARA JOHNSTON, 402 Roebling Avenue, Trenton, N. J. '
Member of Kappa Delta Pi 4.
DOROTHY JOHNSTON, Route No. 38, Moorestown, N. J. ' Dra-
matics 3, 4, W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Tutorial Project 4, S.E.A. 4.
EILEEN CARRIE JOHNSON, Route 46, Great Meadows, N. J. '
Omega Psi Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 1, S.E.A. 4.
GEORGIEANNE JONES, 146 Scotch Plains, Trenton, N. J. '
Emergency Procedure Committee 2, Apgar Society 2, 3, 4, Treasurer
4, Recor ing Secretary 3, Sigma Sigma Sorority 3, 4, Hillwood
Union Board, Secretary 4.
ROBERT JONES, 40 Boonton Avenue, Butler, N. J. ' Varsity Foot-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, Gymnastics 1, Phi Epsilon
Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Recording Secretary 3, Correspondence
Secretary 4, M.A.A. 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, President Bliss Hall
House Council 3.
VERA M. JONES, 1005 North Michigan Avenue, Atlantic City,
N. J. ' S.E.B. Finance Committee 1, Secretary Freshman Class 1,
Social Chairman, Decker Hall 3, International Club 4, Philomathean
Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4.
NAN JORDAN, 7 Bryn Mawr Road, West Orange, N. J. ' H.8rP.E.
Club 1, 3, 4, W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 3, Lambda Mu Sorority
1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4, Brewster Area Chairman and House Coun-
cil 2, Decker Areas Chairman and House Council 4, Inter-sorority
Council Evalulation Committee 3, Greek Review 2, 3.
ROBERT E. KACZMAREK, 78 First Street, Perth Amboy, N. J. '
N.E.A., N.J.E.A., S.E.A.
MARGARET KANE, 1008 Quinton Avenue, Trenton, N. J. ' Theta
Phi Sigma Sorority.
RICHARD J. KANE, 60 Hull Avenue, Freehold, N. J. ' Varsity
Baseball 2, 3, 4, Intramural Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4.
S.E.B. 4, M.A.A. 3, Sigma Tau Chi 2, 3, 4, Alumni Secretary 3, 4,
Newman Club 2, 3, Soc. St. Association 3, Roscoe L. West Library
Fund 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Chairman 4.
MARION KARP, R.D. No. 3, Box 249, Farmingdale, N. J. ' S.E.A.
2, Human Relations, 1.
STEVEN KATZ, Box 224 C, R.D. No. 1, Englishtown, N. J.
MARY LYNN KAUFER, 36 Merrit Avenue, Dumont, N. J. ' Cheer-
leader 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Class Cabinet 1, 2, 3, 4, Modern Dance
1, Fall Weekend Committee 2.
PATRICIA ANN KAVALEK, 10 Eldridge Avenue, Middletown,
N. J. ' Theta Phi Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Queen 1,
Miss Trenton State 2, Freshman Orientation Leader 2, Fall Weekend
Committee 3, Modern Dance 1.
BEVERLY KAYE, 54 Henry Street, Passaic, N. ' Gamma Sigma
Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 2, Orientation Lear er 1, Chairman of
Memorial Scholarship Committee, S.E.B. Representative 1, Treas-
urer of Sophomore Class, Vice President of Junior Class, Vice Presi-
dent of Senior Class, S.E.A. 1, Recipient of Philomathean Sigma
Award for student showing the most promise in furthering the ideals
of the Trenton State College Community, Yearbook 4.
?EFiE3D4E. KELLERS, 4308 Belmar Boulevard, Neptune, N. J. 0
NICOLE JANET KEMPF, Kresson-Gibbsboro Road, Marlton, N. J. '
H.8rP.E. Club 1, 2, 4, Gamma Sigma Sorority 2, 3, 4, Modern Dance
Club 1, 2, Aquatic Arts Club 1, 3, Gymnastics Club 2, 4, Ely House
Counsel Secretary 1, W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.J.A.H.P.E.R. 4.
GERALD KERRIGAN, 51 Bernard Avenue, Metuchen, N. J.
SHIRLEY E. KERVI, 24 Farm Brook Drive, Trenton, N. J.- ' W.R.A.
JANET M. KINLER, 23 Lawrence Brook Drive, East Brunswick,
N. J. ' Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Theta Phi Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, W.R.A.
1, 2, Booster Club 1, Class Cabinet 4, Orientation Leader 2.
ROBERT KIRSCHBAUM, 118 Post Avenue, Lyndhurst, N. J. '
Track 2, Co-Captain. Gymnastics 2, Modern Dance 2, Intramurals,
Dean's List, Phi Epsilon Kappa, Treasurer.
FRANK KIRSH, JR., 135 C-4 Grandview Avenue, Fords, N. J. '
Sigma Tau Chi Fraternity, Bliss Hall Council.
JOAN H. KLAUSNER, 1163 Lower Ferry Road, Trenton, N. J. '
Kappa Beta XI 1, 2, 3, S.E.A. 4.
DOROTHY Ez KLEYO, R.D. No. 1, West Camplain Road, Somer-
ville, N. J. ' Signal, Art Editor 1, Seal 1, Art Editor 4, House Coun-
cil, Second Vice President 2, Sigma Sigma Sorority 1, 2, I.S.C. Repre-
sentative 3, President 4, Inter-Sorority Council Recording Secretary
3, 4, Student Cooperative Association Board of Control CSecretaryl
2, 3, 4, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, S.E.A. 1, 4, Recipient of Memorial
GRANCINE M. KLUNDER 121 Raritan Road, Linden, N. J. 0
Gamma Sigma Sorority, Sophomore Class Cabinet, Senior Class Cab-
inet, S.E.B. Representative, Young Democrats, Folk Singing Club,
Modern Dance, Freshman Orientation Leader, N.J.E.A.
NANCY ANN KNECHTEL, 20 Eldridge Road, Mt. Tabor, N. J. '
Gamma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey Team 1, Basketball 1, Gymnastics
Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Aquatic Arts 2, 3, W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, H.8zP.E. Club
1, 2, 3, 4, Lacrosse 4, Modern Dance Club 1, 2, Tennis Club 3.
MICHAEL E. KONDRK, 22 State Street, Carteret, N. J. 0 Phi Mu
Alpha Sinfonia 2, 3, 4, Agpar Society 1, 2, 3, 4.
GEQORGE P. KOTZ, 29 Dodge Drive, Trenton, N. J. ' Phi Alpha
MARILYN A. KNOLL, 27 Bennett Avenue, Rochelle Park, N. J. 0
S.E.A. 2, 3, 4, Philomathean Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Assistant
Floor Chairman of Decker.
EDWINA KOHLER, 40 Willry Street, Woodbride, N. J. ' Student
Exchange Committee 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4, Seal 4, Senior Associate
Editor 4, International Club 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta 3, 4, Secretary 4,
Arguromuthos Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4.
PEARL KOLINER, 6 Fordham Road, Somerset, N. J. ' Kappa Delta
Pi 3, 4, Kappa Beta XI Sorority 2, 3, Human Relations 4, Freshman
Orientation Leader 2, N.E.A. 3, 4, S.E.A. 3, 4, N.J.E.A. 3, 4, Hillel
1, 2, 3.
MARY JANE KOWALCZYK, 82 Chadwick Street, East Rutherford,
N. J. ' Arguromuthos Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 1, 2,
S.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Orientation Leader 2, Seal Business
SUSAN KRAYER, Rancocas Road, Burlington, N. J. ' S.E.A. 4.
DOROTHY L. KRISS, 8 Newark Avenue, Spotswood, N. J. ' Omega
Psi Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, S.E.A. 3, 4.
KAREN L. KRUGER, 16 Broadway, Belford, N. J. ' Arguromuthos
Slilma 1, 2, 3. 4, Aquatic Arts 1.
JOHN E. KULPA, Dalston Street, Old Bridge, N. J. ' Soccer 1,
Track 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, S.E.B.
2, Class Cabinet 1, 3, Theta Nu Sigma Fraternity, Phi Mu Alpha
Fraternity, M.E.N.C. 1, 4.
g1EAgIC3IS4A. LAMONICA, 11 Anderson Street, Raritan, N. J. '
DIANE LANE, 615 New ersey Avenue, Point Pleasant Beach, N. J. '
W.R.A., Zeta Tau Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Pledge Master 2, S.E.A.
PATRICIA I. LATOURETTE, 1 Forsgate Lane, Bordentown, N. J. '
S.E.A. 1, 2, Kappa Delta Pi.
RUTH LAVINE, 122 Raymere Avenue, Wanamassa, N. J. ' Philoma-
thean Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, N.E.A. 4.
CAROL J. LEAVY, Main Street, Stanhope, N. J. ' Kappa Beta XI,
1, 2, 3, H.8rP.E. Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
JUDITH LAZEROWITZ, 120 Van Houten Avenue, Passaic, N. J. 0
Zeta Tau Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 3, Presi-
dent 4, Inter-Sorority Council 4, Folk Club 3.
JUDY ANN LEIGH, Orchard Road, R.D. Skillman, N. J. ' Delta Psi
Kappa 3, 4, H.6rP.E. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 3, W.R.A. Basketball
Manager 2, 3, Modern Dance 1, 3, 4, Gymnastics 3. 4, Hockey 1,
Basketball 1, 2, Summer Seminar in Germany.
PHILIP CHARLES LEVBARG, 172 Glenn Avenue, Lakewood, N. J.
' Phi Mu Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4, Sergeant at Arms 2, Host and Hostess
Committee 3, Chairman 4.
CAROL LEVITSKY, 10 New Road, Apt. 3, Kendall Park, N. J. '
Lambda Mu Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, S.E.A. 4.
LINCA S. LIEBERMAN, R.D. Box 334, Highstown, N. J. ' Apgar
Society 3, 4, Senior Class Cabinet 4.
EDWARD A. LINDSLY, 19 Overhill Road, East Brunswick, N. J. '
Delta Chi Epsilon 3, 4, Greek Review 3, Intramural Bowling 2, 3.
EILEEN LISEHORA, Dix Haven Drive, Trenton, N. J. ' Hockey
3, 4, LaCrosse 1, 2, 3, 4, Aquatics Arts 1, 2, 3, 4, S.E.A. W.R.A. 3.
PAUL F. LORAH, 142 North Sixth Avenue, Manville, N. J. ' Apgar
Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Delta Chi Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Orientation Leader 2.
CHARLES HENRY LLOYD, 10 Ford Avenue, Freehold, N. J. '
President Amateur Radio Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Delta Chi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4,
Kappa Delta Phi 4, Motion Picture Film Committee 2, 3, Lake
House Dorm Council 3, 4, Sophomore Industrial Arts Award 2.
MRS. NANCY A. LORDI, Buddtown Road, Pemberton, N. J.
CAROL MACCONNELL, 42 North Tulane Street, Princeton, N. J.
' Ionian Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4.
CAROLE MacDONALD, 1111 Pine Bluff Avenue, Point Pleasant,
N. J. ' Theta Phi Sorority, Treasurer 1 year, S.E.A. Treasurer 1 year.
DANIEL MAGLIONE, 44 Finlay Place, Newark, N. J. ' Varsity
football, Varsity baseball, Phi Epsilon Kappa Fraternity, Intramural
football, basketball, volleyball, softball,- Intramural Chairman QCO-
ordinatorl, Greek Review, Gymnastic Team, Physical Education
ADRIENNE MAIORANO, 519 Second Avenue, North Brunswick,
N. J. ' Gamma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
EILEEN LINDA MAKOW, 231 East Mount Pleasant Avenue '
Livingston, N. J., S.E.A. 3, 4, Lambda Mu Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec-
retary 3, 4, Yearbook 4.
BARBARA ANN MANCUSO, 19 Polonia Street, Spotswood, N. J. '
Newman Club 1, 2.
EDWARD MANKOVICH, 675 Henry Street, Riverside, N. J. '
Student Gov't 1, 2, Class Cabinet 1, Delta Chi Epsilon Fraternity
1, 2, 3, 4.
MARIE A. MARINO, 186 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick,
N. J. ' Omega Psi Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, S.E.A. 4.
ELLYN MARKS, 104 Center Terrace, Newark, N. J. ' Volleyball
Club 1, International Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Beta Xi Sorority 1,
2, Acting and Directing in Campus productions 2, 3, 4, Elections
and Limitations Board 1, Orientation Leader 2, Memorial Scholar-
ship Winner 3, Campus Employment-Post Office 1, 2, 3, 4, Soft-
ball Club 1.
JUDITH M. MASON, 439 Primrose Avenue, Oradcll, N. J. ' Lambda
ANNA MARIE MATRO, 315 E. Pleasant Street, Hammonton,
N. J. ' Yearbook Staff 4, N.E.A., S.E.A., N.J.E.A., Senior Cabinet
4, Newman Club 1.
MARIE MCCLURE, Box 190 R.D. No. 1, Mays Landing Road, Scull-
ville, N. J. ' Signal 1, Elections and Limitations Committee 1, Nu
Delta Chi Sorority 1, 2, HUB 3, Snack Bar Committee 2, Student
Faculty Coffee Hour Committee 1, 2.
BETTY ANN McDILL, 86 Munn Avenue, Teaneck, N. J. ' Aquatic
Arts 1, Orientation Leader 2, Class Cabinet 3, S.E.A. 4.
WILLIAM J. McCOY, 14 Prescott Road, Ho-Ho-Kus, N. J. ' Foot-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Track 2, Phi Epsilon Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4,
Vice President 3, M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3.
MARIBETH MCEWAN, 1631 West McGalliard Avenue, Trenton,
N. J. ' Newman Club 1, Sec. 2, 3, Vice President 4, S.E.A. 4,
Zeta Tau Sigma 1.
WALTER R. MEEKINS, 634 Berg Avenue, Trenton 10, N. J. '
Varsity Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, HUB Recreation Committee Chairman,
HUB Board, S.E.B. Parking Commitee, Parkin Disciplinary Board,
Commuters Council, Human Relations Club, Junior Class Delegate.
THERESA MELROY, R.D. No. 2, Washington, N. J. ' Agruro-
muthos Sigma Sorority.
BARBARA MESAR, 591 Lyman Avenue, Woodbridge, N. J. ' New-
man Club 1, 2, S6rority 1, 2.
SHEILA L. MESSER, 60 Woodbridge Avenue, Metuchen, N. J.
' Ionian Sigma Sorority, Pledge Capt. 1, Sgt. at Arms 2, Ass't
Treasurer 3, Treasurer 4, S.E.A. 1, 2, 4, German Summer Seminar
'64, Brewster House Council 1, 2.
MARCUERITE MIKA, 546 McKeon Street, Perth Amboy, N. J.
Philomathean Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 4, First Runner-Up
gnElNgiss4 Trenton State Contest 2, Freshman Orientation Leader-2,
THOMAS G. MILLER, 516 Grove Avenue, Bound Brook, N. J. '
Theta Nu Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Golf
25135 4, Varsity Golf 2, 3, 4, Bliss Hall House Council 1, Newman
ELAINE MINA, 410 71st Street, North Bergen, N. J. ' Class Cabinet
3, Class Float Committee 3, Christmas Formal Chairman 2, Leader-
ship Conference 3, 4, S.E.A., N.J.E.A. 2, 3, 4, Arguromuthos Sigma
Sorority 1, 2.
STEPHEN R. MIROTA, 207 South Madison Avenue, Dunellen,
N. J. ' S.E.B. 3, 4, Student Manager-Audio Visual Dept. 3.
FRANCES ALICE MOLLETT 101 Jackson Street, Apt 4, Trenton,
N. J. ' Kappa Beta Xi Sorority, S.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Protestant Founda-
tion 1, Tutorial Project 3.
GERARD P. MOONEY, JR., 541 Havens Cove Road, Brick Town,
N. J. ' Class Cabinet 1, 2, 3, 4, Sigma Tau Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Social
Chairman of Fraternity 4.
GLENN WILLIAM MORGAN, 806 Maple Street, West Deal, N. J. '
Class Cabinet 1, 3, 4, Intramural Baseball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Football 1, 2, Sigma Tau Chi Fraternity, S.E.A. 3, 4, Freshman
Orientation Leader 2.
ROCHELLE LYNN MORGOVSKY, 165 Shrewsbury Avenue, Red
Bank, N. J . 0 Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4, Work Scholarship 3, 4, Freshmen
Orientation Leader 2, Christmas Formal Committee 2, Hillel 1, 2,
Arguromuthos Sigma Sororit 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Associate Editor of Seal
3, S.E.A. 3, 4, Apgar 4, Editor-in-Chief of Seal 4.
CAROL ANN MORRELL, 2901 Burgundy Drive, Cinnaminson,
N. J. ' famma Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, S.E.A., Aquatic Arts Club
1, 2, 3, .
LEAH ANNE MOUNCE, 119 East Brouning Road, Collingswood,
N. J. 0 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Ely House Council 2,
Decker Hall Council 3, 4, S.E.A. 2, 3, 4, I.V.C.F. 1, Senior Cabinet
4, International Club 4. -
MARY ELLEN MOYLE, 838 Chestnut Ctreet, Kearny, N. J. '
Philomathean Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Cabinet 1, 2, 3, Orientation
SANDRA J. MUELLER, 56 Huemmer Terrace, Clifton, N. J. '
Philomathean Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, International Club 2, S..E.B.
Play Productions 1, 2, 3, 4, Speech Dept. Play Productions 1, 2, 3, 4.
MARYANN MURPHY, 228 Main Street, Metuchen, N. J. ' Philo-
mathean Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4.
ANITA CAROL NAAR, 839 Evergreen Court, North Brunswick,
N. J. ' Theta Phi Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Orientation Leader 2,
Class Cabinet 2, S.E.A. 4.
LEWIS NEEDHAM, 291 Garner Road, North Brunswick, N. J. '
Phi Alpha Delta Fraternity, Intramurals, Recreation Committee.
THOMAS NELSON, 418 Dermody Street, Roselle, N. J. ' Bas-
ketball 2, 3.
RITA NEWMANN, 204 West Frech Avenue, Manville, N. J. '
Kappa Delta Pi.
NANCY NEWTON, 60-66 Whitehorse Avenue, Trenton, N. J. '
Ionian Sigma Sorority 2, 3, 4, Cultural Club 4, S.E.A. 2, 3,
W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Human Relations 3, 4.
GERALD P. NICHOLLS, 64 Cookman Avenue, Ocean Grove, N. J.
' Apgar Society 2, 3, 4, President 2, Delta Chi Epsilon Fraternity
1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, College Union Board 3, 4, Student Director
4, S.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
CAROL NICKEL, 2 Barbara Lee Drive, Trenton, N. J. ' Sigma
Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4, S.E.A. 3, 4, Newman Club
1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4.
DONNA J. NILSON, 100 Jerolamon Avenue, Long Branch, N. J.
' I.V.C.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, Nu Delta Chi 1, 2, Delta Omnicron 3, 4, Music
Educator Conference 1, 2, 3, 4, S.E.A. 1, 4, College Chorus 1, 2,
3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4.
JUDITH NORBERG, 117 Laurelhurst Drive, Keyport, N. J. ' Rep-
resentative to S.E.B., Girl's Basketball Team, Secretar of Brewster,
Treasurer of International Club, President of sfudint Exchange
Committee, Resident Assistant-Decker, Gamma Sigma Sorority, Stu-
dent Ambassador to Sweden 1 and to Germany 3.
ROSE ANN NOSNITSKY, 8 Atterbury Avenue, Trenton, N. J.
ANITA NYDICK, 17 Gifford Avenue, Jersey City, N. J. ' Omega
EDMUND O'BRIEN, 301 Prospect Street, Phillipsburg, N. J. '
Student Cooperative Association, Theta Nu Sigma Fraternity Social
Studies Association, Intramural Football 1, 2.
JOHN CALLEB ODIMA OPARO, Gwassi Location, P.O. Mirogi,
Kenya, East Africa ' Human Relations Committee, Theta Nu Sigma,
International Committee, House Counsel in Ely.
GAIL OKIE, 229 Pine Street, Mount Hody, N. J. ' Sigma Sigma
Sorority 1, 2, 3, English Club 3, S.E.A. 4. '
WALTER OLSEN, Sunset Road, R.D. No. 2, Newfoundland, N. J.
KAREN A. OLSON, 609 Crescent Drive, Bound Brook, N. J. '
International Club 2, 3, 4, Ionian Sigma 1, 2, 3, Newman Club
1, 2, 3, 4, "The Private Life of the Master Race" Crolej Costume
committee for "Tiger at the Gates 1, S.E.A. 1, 2, 4.
BARBARA JANE ORAM, 4 Rutgers Street, New Brunswick, N. J.
O Theta Phi Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Secretary 2, Men's
Athletic Association Treasurer 2, 3, 4, Secretary to Dr. Forcina,
Orientation Chairman 2, Christmas Formal 2, Director, "Littlest
Angel" 2, 3, 4.
BARBARA ORR, 485 Sterling Place, Ridgewood, N. J. ' Delta Psi
Kappa, 3, 4, Competitive Swim Club 2, 3, Senior Class Captain,
W.R.A. tennis 2, 3, Modern Dance 2.
PHYLLIS ANN ORR, Box 114 Orr Road, Allentown, N. J. ' Gym-
nastics 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Modern Dance 1, 2, 3, 4, H.8zP.E.
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Fencing Club 2, Gamma Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4-
Stuart Palmer, Colombus-Georgetown, Colombus, N. J.
HENRY L. OWENS, JR., 2776 Nottingham Way, Trenton, N. J. '
Sigma Tau Chi Fraternity 1, 2, 3, 4, Apgar 3, 4, College Store 2,
3, Freshman Class Cabinet, Intramural Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4.
BARBARA J. PARK, 9 Deertail Road, North Caldwell, N. J. '
S.E.A. 4, N.E.A. 4, N.J.E.A. 4, Social Studies Association 3, 4, Chi
Lambda Rho Sorority 1, 2, 3.
TOM A. PASSERELLA, 130 Bert Avenue, Trenton, N. J. ' Phi Mu
Alpha Fraternity, Musical Director 1, 2, 3, Vice President 3,' Greek
Review 2, 3, Bye Bye Birdie--Musical Director 4, M.E.N.C. 3, 4,
Band 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Choir 2.
ROBERT F. PATTEN, 16 Philyet Drive, Hightstown, N. J. ' Soccer
1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 4, Gymnastics 2, 3, 4, Phi Epsilon Kappa
1, 2, 3, 4, M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
JANA J. PATERSON, 285 Watson Avenue, Trenton, N. J. ' Ionian
Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4.
JUDITH A. PAUL 38-33 Northern Drive, Fair Lawn, N. ' HUB
Recreation Committee, Corresponding Secretary 3, 4, Hille 1, Tren-
ton State Guides 2.
ARVERIA PAYRAN, 115 Columbus Avenue, Trenton, N. J. '
S.E. . .
KATHRYN D. PAZIENZA, R.D. No. 1, Box 115, Belmar, N. J. '
Philomathean Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, S.E.A., Yearbook Staff 1,
Orientation Leader 2.
CATHY PERSINKO, 311 Maple Street, Middlesex, N. J. ' Dormi-
tory Council 1, 2, 3, Arguromuthos Sigma Sorority, Class Cabinet
HENRY R. PETERS, 4 Nolan Road, Allentown, N. J. ' S.E.A.
EATRINSAEPETERS, 74 West End Avenue, Trenton, N. J. ' N.J.E.A.,
BEVERLY CLAIRE PETERSON, 115 York Street, Bridgeton, N. J.
' Lambda Mu Sorority 1, 2, House Council 3, Class Cabinet 3.
MICHAEL PETRUZZI, 53 Florence Avenue, Trenton, N. J. ' Intra-
mural football and basketball.
MARY ANNE PICARELLO, 41 Altamawr Avenue, Trenton, N. J. '
Omega Psi 1, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 1, New Jersey Speech and
Hearing Association 3, 4.
ALPHONSE PIGNATARO, 564 Spring Street, Elizabeth, N. J. '
Sigma Tau Chi 2, 3, 4. Corresponding Secretary 3, 4, Hillwood
Union Board 3, 4, Coordinator of Renovations 3, Student Manager
4, Class Cabinet 3, 4, Honors-Reynolds Memorial Award 3.
LOUISE YVONNE PIGNATARO, 580 Third Avenue, North Bruns-
wick, N. J. ' S.E.A.
NICHOLAS P. PISANO, 5 Mason Avenue, Newton, N. J. ' Sigma
Tau Chi Fraternity 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3.
MICHAEL LEE PISAURO, 16 Stratford Avenue, Trenton, N. J. '
Fall Weekend 3, Golf Team 4.
BEVERLY PIZZAIA, 810 Nassau Street, North Brunswick, N. J. '
Gamma Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, S.E.A. 4.
LINDA L. PLAAG, 24 Atkins Avenue, Trenton 10, N. J. ' Orienta-
tion Leader 2, Apgar Society 2, 3, 4, Chairman of Cultural Commit-
tee of HUB 3, 4, Hillwood Union Board 4. A
MRS. ELEANOR POCINO, 140 Maple Shade Avenue, Hamilton
Square, N. J. .
EDITH POINSETT, Penn.-Lawrence Road, Trenton, N. J. ' Ionian
' ' -S.E.A.
JANET POINSETT, 1273 South Broad Street, Trenton, N. J. '
Kappa Beta Xi Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4.
JOHN MICHAEL POLITO, 110 Magnolia Avenue, Dumont, N. J.
' Junior Class President, Class Cabinet 2, 4, Sigma Tau Chi 1, 2, 3, 4,
Experiment in International Living to Denmark 2, College Dra-
matics 1, 2, 3, 4, Greek Review 3, 4.
EFFREY C. POOLE, 30 Cherry Street, Lakewood, N. J. ' Theta
Nu Sigma Fraternity, Snack Bar Committee.
JAMES P. PORTER, 174 Crest Avenue, Hamilton Square 90 N. J. '
I.V.C.F. 1, Varsity Football 1, 2, Phi Alpha Delta Fraternity 1,.2, 3,
Corresponding Secretary, Vice President, Memorial Scholarship 4,
Naval Aviation Officer School, Aug. 1965.
SHEILA J. PRITCHARD, 2161 Pennington Road, Trenton, N. J. '
Kappa Delta Pi 4, S.E.A. 3, 4, Freshman Seminar 1, Mercer County
P.T.A. Scholarship 3, 4.
JOAN PSHENIPLINY, 2130 Liberty Street, Trenton 9, N. J.
LOUIS RABA, 199 Baltimore Avenue, Hillside, N. J.
ANDREA RABEL, 510 North Hermitage Avenue, Trenton, N. J. '
S.E.A. 3, 4, Dean's List 1, 3.
MARY H. RAFF, 585 Prospect Avenue, Little Silver, N. J. ' Arguro-
muthos Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 2, Interna-
tional Club 2, 3, Newman Club 1, Sophomore Class Cabinet.
JOHN C. RAGOSTA, 409 Morningside Avene, Fairview, N. I. '
Basketball 1, 2, Vice President C.E.C., N.I.E.A. 3, 4, N.E.A. 3, 4,
Fall Weekend Committee 3.
SUSAN E. RAHO, 31 Emory Avenue, Trenton, N. I. ' S.E.A. 3, 4,
Kappa Beta Xi Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4. ,
KATHERINE E. RAMSEY, Lebanon, N. I. ' S.E.A. 3, 4, Deans
List 1, 3.
IOSEPHINE RANERI, 145 Remsen Avenue, New Brunswick, N. I. '
Social Studies Association, Secretary, S.E.A.
ANN I. REISS, 472 Hamilton Avenue, Trenton, N.
MARIAN REISTER, 108 YVest Fourth Street, Plainfield, N. I.. '
Health and Physical Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Women S Recreatlon
Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Field Rockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowlirlg 3, 43 Al'Cl1efYi
LaCrosse 1, 2, 3, 4, Aquatic Arts 1, 2, 3, 4, Folk Club Treasurer 3, 4,
Zeta Tau Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Debating Club 1.
MARGOT RICK, 118 Bentley Avenue, Trenton, N. I. ' Newman
Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4, S.E.A. 3, 4.
ION RIEWE, 56 Opper Ferry Road, Trenton, N. I. ' Track 1, 2,
Basketball 1, Kappa Delta Pi. I
PAUL RIGOULOT, 25 Brittin Avenue, Audubon, N. I. ' Phi Alpha
Delta 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Christmas Formal Committee 3, Choir
3, I. A. Conference Demonstration 4.
LAUREL M. ROBINSON, 686 Street, George's Road, Bridgewater
Township, Somerville, N. I. ' S.E.A., Tennis fW.R.A.D,
IOANN RONCA, 7 Bismark Avenue, Trenton, N. I. ' Ionian Sigma
1, 2, 3, 4, W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Experiment in International Living 2.
PHYLLIS ROSSELL, 12 Bank Street, Bordentown, N. I. ' Aquatic
Arts 1, 2, S.E.A. 4, Modern Dance 1.
LOUISE ROSSI, 22 Lawn Park Avenue, Trenton, N. I. ' Omega
Psi Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Class Cabinet 4, S.E.A. 3, 4, Newman
Club I, Tri-County Reading Organization 3, 4, N.I.E.A. 3, 4,
N.E.A. 3, 4.
CAROL ANN RUBIN, 8 Wickford Avenue, Trenton, N. I. ' Ionian
Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Rec. Sec. 3, Finance Committee 1, Senior
Class Cabinet, Cultural Committee, 4, S.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
MARTHA E. RUDOLPH, 428 Ardmore Avenue, Trenton 29, N. I.
' Play 2, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Lambda Mu Sorority 2, 3, Awards
Day Committee 3, Ir. Class Cabinet, Flag bearer at Graduation 3.
DARLENE RUSSO, 140 Hepburn Road, Apt. 8L, Clifton, N. I. '
Senior Class Cabinet, President of Decker Hall, Ionian Sigma Soror-
ity 1, 2, 3, 4, Custodian 3, Social Chairman of Decker Hall 3, S.E.A.
MADELINE RYAN, 7 Elizabeth Street, Bordentown ' N. I. Philoma-
thean Sigma Sorority 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 4, S.E.A. 3, 4.
ROBERT I. SABO, 1060 Grand Street, Phillipsburg, N. I. ' Theta
Nu Sigma Fraternity 2, 3, 4, I.F.C. 4, Curriculum Committee 4,
Social Studies Association 3, 4.
SANDRA SABLATZKY, 11 Arlington Orive, Fords, N. I. ' Resident
Assistant - Decker Hall.
IOANN SADLEY, R. D. No. 2, Box 122, Yardville Br., Trenton, N. I.
' Zeta Tau Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, S.E.A. 2, 3, 4.
DONNA M. SAMPSON, 384 Ewingville Road, Trenton, N. I. ' Apgar
Society 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Sigma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Freshman
Orientation Leader 2.
DIANE LOUISE SASSAMAN, 18 Henderson Street, Phillipsburg,
N. I. ' Arguromuthos Sigma 1, 2, Secretary 3, Treasurer 4.
SANDRA SAUSVILLE, 294 Western Drive, South Orange, N. I. '
Yearbook 4, S.E.A. 4.
LINDA SCHAFF, 2007 Kinter Avenue, Trenton, N. I. ' Ionian
Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Greek Review 2, Experiment in Interna-
tional Living 2, W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
GEORGE SCHERER, 117 Norwood Street, Newark, N. I. ' Track
and Field Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 2, Phi Epsilon Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4,
Gymnastics 2, 3, 4, Intramural Football and Swimming.
PHILIP A. SCHEURER, 707 22nd Avenue, South Belmar, N. I. '
Class Cabinet 1, Class President 2, Sigma Tau Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Pledge
Master 2, Vice President 3, President 4, Resident Assistant 3, 4, Presi-
dent C.E.C. 3, 4.
IACQUELINE ANNE SCHUPP, 1124 Charlotte Place, Rahway,
N. I. ' Gamma Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, W.R.A. 1, Competitive
Swimming 1, Basketball 1, H.8rP.E. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Captain
2, Recording Secretary 3, Gymnastics 2, 3, W.R.A. Hockey Team 2.
RONALD SCHUSTER, 675 Amboy Avenue, Fords, N. I. ' Resi-
dent Assistant 2, 3, 4, Social Studies Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Theta
Nu Sigma Fraternity 1, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Summer Sem-
inar Planning Committee 3.
ARNOLD CARL SCHWARTA, 1 Matfleld Place, Metuchen, N. I. '
Theta Nu Sigma 2, Human Relations Committee 1, Tutorial Project
Co-Chairman 1, Off-Campus Cabinet 2, Philadelphia Workshop
SHEILA ANNE SCULLY, Lakeside Blvd., Hopatcong, N. I. '
Gamma Sigma Sorority 2, 3, 4, Class Cabinet 3, 4, Competitive
Swimming 3, Synchronized Swimming 1.
GEORGENE SEITZ, 1 South Michigan Avenue, Atlantic City, N. J.
' International Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Human Relations 3, Tu-
torial Proiect 3, Tau Epsilon Chi Sorority 2, Chi Lambda Rho Soror-
ity 3, Modern Dance Club 4, German C ub, 4.
MARGHERITE SERCHIA, 30 Hendrickson Avenue, Bellmawr, N. I.
'Philomathean Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Allen House
SUZANNE M. SETTEMBRE, 1517 Third Avenue, Asbury Park, N. I.
' Newman Club 1, 2, Orientation Leader 2, English Club 3, Housing
Committee 3, Dean's List 3, Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4.
ARTHUR R. SHADELL, 8 Seven Oaks Lane, West Trenton, N. I. '
Phi Epsilon Kappa 4, Track and Field 4, Intramurals 4, Men's Mod-
ern Dance 2.
IBRSD SHAGNER, Lake Swannanda, Oak Ridge, N. I. ' Phi Alpha
GARY SHERMAN, 1 Laurie Court, Chester, N. I. ' WTSC Radio,
Theta Nu Sigma Fraternity, Snack Bar Manager, Bliss House Council.
IUDITH SHISLER, 608 Bordentown Road, Burlington, N. I. '
Lambda Mu Sorority, S.E.A., N.E.A., Council For Exceptional Chil-
dren, National Association for Retarded Children.
WILLIAM C. SINK, IR., 11 Carolina Avenue, West Orange, N. I. '
Theta Nu Sigma Fraternity.
IOAN MARIE SLAVIN, 381 Elmora Avenue, Elizabeth, N. I. '
Philomathean Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 1, Greek
Review 2, Fall Weekend Committee 2, Christmas Formal Decora-
tions 2, S.E.A. 4, Orientation Leader 2, Seal 1.
MRS. DIANE SMITH, 90 Scotch Road, Trenton, N. I. ' Sorority
1, 2, 3, Secretary 2, President 3, I.S.C. 2, 3, Orientation Leader 2,
Class Cabinet 2, 3.
CAROL SOARE, 215 Elm Avenue, Hackensack, N. I. ' Modern
Dance 2, 4, Tennis 3, 4.
IOSEPHINE SODA, 3 Cloverhill Place, Montclair, N. I. ' Cheer-
leader, Orientation Leader.
CAROL A. SOKOL 1018 Genesee Street, Trenton, N. I. ' S.E.A. 4,
N. I. Council of Social Studies 3, 4, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Fresh-
men Girls Baseball Team 1, N.E.A. 4, N.I.E.A. 4, National Council
of Social Studies 4.
BEVERLY SOLINSKY, 12-23 Western Drive, Fair Lawn, N. I. '
Gamma Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Executive Board 2, 3, 4,
Class Cabinet 2, 3, Modern Dance Club 3, Area Study Seminar in
IEIAIRVIS SOUCEK, 264 Newman Street, Metuchen, N. I. '
DAVID K. SPERO, 1507 Rexington Avenue, Lakewood, N. I. '
Sigma Tau Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Debate 1, 2, Vice President of Class 1,
Class Cabinet 1, 2, 3, 4, S.E.A. 3, 4.
PAMELA G. SPILATORE, Beekman Road, N. I. ' Lambda Mu
Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 2, 3, S.E.A. 4, Off Campus Council 1,
Co-ordinator for Greek Review 2.
ALICIA SPINNER, 28 Wilton Street, Princeton, N. I. ' Gamma
Ssrority 2, 3, 4, Girls Varsity Basketball Team 2, S.E.A. 4,
CATHERINE E. SPOND, 935 Sheridan Avenue, Roselle, N. I. '
Philomathean Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Alumnae Secretary 4, New-
man Club 1, Orientation Leader 2, Greek Review 2.
CATHERINE E. SPOND, 935 Sheridan Avenue, Roselle, N. I. '
Philomathean Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 1, Freshman Orienta-
tion Leader 2, Greek Review 2.
MIRIAM SPOSATO, 39 Sherman Avenue, Cedar Grove, N. I. 0
Theta Phi Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Modern Dance
Club, N.I.E.A., Orientation Leader, S.E.A.
LINDA STAMBERGER, 335 Carmita Avenue, Rutherford, N. I. '
S.E.A. 4, Yearbook 4.
RICHARD A. STARETS, 197 Tenth St., Wood Ridge, N. I. ' Senior
Class President, Class Cabinet 2, 3, 4, junior Class Treasurer, Var-
sity Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Track Co-Captain 4, Sigma Tau Chi Fraternity
1, 2, 3, 4, Health and Safety Committee 4, Greek Review 2, 3, Mem-
ber of Cast in "Tiger At the Gates", Intramural Football 1, 2, 3,
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Interclass Swimming Meet, Freshmen Orientation
Leader 2, 3, 4, Class Float Committee Chairman 2, 3, 4.
JAMES STEFFEN, 55 Linden Avenue, Verona, N. I. ' S.E.B. 1,
2, 4, College Union Board I, 2, 3, Social Services Committee 1,
Human Relations Committe 1, Sigma Tau Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Calendar
Committee 2, 3, State College Inter Relations Committee 2.
PETER H. STEMMER, 596 Nassau Street, North Brunswick, N. I.
NANCY STEUP, 27 Ardsleigh Drive, Madison, N. I. ' Philomathean
Sigma Sorority 4, Modern Dance Group 4, Gymnastics Team 2,
Aquatic Arts 2, Class Cabinet 1, W.R.A., H.8zP.E. Club.
SUSAN M. STEWARD, 51 Houghton Avenue, Trenton, N. I. ' S.E.A.
SHARON D. STIER, 66 Davis Avenue, Bloomfield, N. I. ' Theta Phi
Sigma Sorority, Orientation Leader, Class Cabinet Representative,
KENNETH E. STILLWELL, R.D. No. 2, Flemington, N. I.
AUGUST STOLL, 23 Bath Avenue, Ocean Grove, N. I. ' Snack Bar
Manager, Theta Nu Sigma, Off-Campus Committee, Intramurals,
Bliss Hall House Council.
KATHLEEN STONAKER, 73 East Prospect Street, Hopewell, N. I.
' S.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
CONSTANCE C. STORY, 245 Woodfield Road, Westwood, N. I. '
Womens Recreation Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Gamma Sigma Sorority
1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, H.8z.P.E. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Aquatic Arts
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics Exhibition Team 2, 3, 4, Inter-sorority
FRANCES STROHABER, High Street, Three Bridges, N. I. ' Theta
Phi Sigma Sorority 2, 3, 4, English Club 4,
DOROTHY STUART, 12 Healey Terrace, Kearn , N. I. ' Philoma-
thean Sigma Sorority 2, 3, 4, Orientation Leader 2, Senior Class
Cabinet, N.j.E.A. 4, N.E.A., S.E.A. 4. ,
CAROL STURGEON, 67 Tudor Lane, Berkeley Heights, N. I. '
Theta Phi 1, 2, College Union Board 4, S.E.C. 2, Chimes 3, 4,
House Council 1.
SHARON SULLIVAN, 38 Reckless Place, Red Bank, N. I. ' Ionian
Sigma Sorority 1, Pledgemaster 2, Vice President 3, 4. Synchronized
Swimming 1, 2, Modern Dance -1, W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
CAROLE BEVERLY SULZER, 130 Tilford Road, Somerdale, N. I.
' Ionian Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Orientation Leader
2, S.E.A., Protestant Foundation 1.
FREDERICK C. SURGENT, 310 West Main Street, Freehold, N. I.
0 Phi Epsilon Kappa Fraternity 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer
3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, M.A.A. 3, Theta Nu Sigma Progress Award
3, Vice President of New House 1.
IUDITH ANN SUSINSKI, 126 Brookline Avenue, Nutley, N. I. '
S.E.A., Kappa Beta Xi Sorority, Newman Club.
NANCY H. SUTPHEN, 4 Marie Drive, Somerville, N. I. ' W.R.A.
1, 2, 3, 4, Girls Tennis Team 2, 3, 4, Kappa Beta Xi 1, 2, 3, College
Play 1, H.8zP.E. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, House Council 1, Stage Manager-
Modern Dance Club 2, 3, 4.
MRS. RITA V. SWEENEY, Pennington-Harbourton Road, Penning-
ton, N. .
IANET SYBY, 27 Livingston Avenue, Avenel, N. I. ' Kappa Beta
Xi 1, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 3, Newman Club 1, S.E.A. 1, 4.
ZIGMONT F. TARGONSKI, 665 Main Street, Sayerville, N. I. '
Theta Nu Sigma Fraternity.
GERALD TEDESCO, 400 Leonia Avenue, Bogota, N. I. ' Student
Government 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Theta Nu Sigma Fraternity 1, 2,
3, 4, Tennis 4, Phi Mu Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4.
BARBARA THORNTON, 55 Circle Place, Lincroft, N. I. ' S.E.A.
1, 2, 3, 4, Arguromuthos Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, Kappa Delta Phi,
3, 4, Norsworthy Court 2.
ARLEEN GRACE THORIK, 735 Raritan Avenue, Perth Amboly,
N. I. ' Newman Club 1, Ionian Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Ca -
inet 2, N.E.A. 4.
MRS. PATRICIA A. TILGER, 844 Spruce Street, Trenton, N. I. '
W.R.A. 1, 2, C.E.C. 3, 4, N.I.E.A. 3, 4.
LOIS ELLEN TILTON, 21 Monroe Avenue, Lawrenceville, N. I. '
International Club 2, 4, S.E.B. Secretary 1, Student Exchange Com-
mittee 2, 4, Exchange Student to Iohann Wolfgang Universitaet,
Frankfurt, Germany 3, German Club 4, Kappa Delta Pi.
ALFRED TOGNO, IR., 15 College Road, Netcong, N. I.
MARY ANN TOMA, 65 Main Street, Roebling, N. I. 'A Ionian Sigma
Sorority 2, 3, 4, W.R.A. Board 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 3,
Health and Physical Education Club 2, 3, 4, Hockey 1, Lacrosse
1, 2, 3, 4, Modern Dance 3, 4.
RAE D. TORGESEN, 82 Ayers Court, West Englewood, N. I. '
W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, H.8zP.E. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Cabinet 1, Food
Service Coordinating Committee 4, S.E.B. 1, Off-Campus Council 1,
Executive Board 2, Manager of Synchronized Swimming
GABRIEL TOTH, IR., 418 Lynwood Avenue, Trenton, N. I. ' So-
cial Studies Association 2, 3, 4.
WALTER IOSEPH TREACY, 57 Carpenter Street, Red Bank, N. I.
0 Theta Nu Sigma Fraternity, Intramural Council, Ely House Council.
ROBERT TRIVANE, 1815 North Bayview, Seaside Park, N. I.
CATHERINE ANN TROMBATORE, 21 Grandview Avenue, Fords,
N. I. ' W.R.A. Hockey 2, 3, 4, Board 3, LaCrosse 2, 3, 4, Competi-
tive Swimming 2, 3, Co-Captain 3, Canterbury Club 2, 4, Inter-
Varsity Christian Fellowship 4, International Club 4.
ANITA TULCHIN, 515 Brooklawn Avenue, Roselle, N. I.
IAMES TUOZZOLO, 110 Wilslow Avenue, Trenton, 9, N. I.
ROBERT A. TURNER, 616 Coles Mill Road, Haddon Field, N. I. '
Phi Alpha Delta 1, 2,3,4.
LENORE ULLRICH, 556 Midland Avenue, Garfield, N. I. ' S.E.A.
2, 3, 4, Newman Club 1, 2.
KATHERINE ANN UMSTEAD, 129 Thropp Avenue, Trenton 10,
N. I. ' Lambda Mu Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4.
ELAINE D. VACCA, 137 Maryknoll Road, Metuchen, N. I. ' Kappa
Beta Xi Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 4, Freshmen Orienta-
tion Leader 2, Centennial House Council 2, S.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, New-
man Club 1. -
FRANK VAN DALEN, 531 Pennington Avenue, Trenton, N. I. '
S.E.B. 1, 2, 3, 4, College Union Board 1, 2, 3, Sigma Tau Chi
1, 2, 3, 4.
MARSHA4VANDEPUTTE, 183 S. Moetz Drive, Milltown, N. I. '
S.E.A. 3, .
MICHAEL VANFLEET LEVINE, Box 115, Clarksburg, N. I. '
Signal 1, Intramural Baseball 2, Dramatics 1,.2, English C ub Officer
3, 4, Chimes Publicity Editor 3, 4, Seal Literary Editor 4.
PATRICIA ANN VAN HISE, 131 Caroline Avenue, Trenton, N. I. '
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. ,
FRANK P. VAN NOTE, Box 474 R.D. No. 2, Colts Neck, N. I. '
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Madrigals 1, 2, Opera 3, 4, Major Plays 3, 4,
Secretary Phi Mu Alpha 3, Treasurer of Barrett House Council 4,
N.E.A. 4, M.E.N.C. 2, 3, 4.
IANICE L. VAUGHAN, Newton-Sparta Road, Lafayette, N. I. '
Arguromuthos Sigma Sorority, S.E.A.
ABRAHAM VEGOTSKY, 409 North Hermitage, Trenton, N. I. '
Phi Alpha Delta. '
EDWARD H. VICKNER, 725 Indiana Avenue, Trenton 8, N. I. 0
Apgar Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Delta Chi Epsilon 2, 3, 4.
HOWARD VISION, 409 North Hermitage, Trenton, N. I.
MARILYN VITALE, 13 Belmohr Street, Belleville, N. I. ' Lambda
Mu Sorority 2, 3, 4, Sergeant at Arms 3, Vice President Brewster
House 2, Area Chairman Allen 1, 2, Proctor Allen House 1, 2, Qi
Resident Assistant 40, House Council 1, 2, 3, 4, S.E.A. 1, 4, Deans
List 1, 3, Sophomore Class Cabinet 2, Orientation Leader 2.
PAMELA WAGNER, 18 Merritt Lane, Rocky Hill, N. I.
ROSE MARIE WALLACE, Clifford Avenue, Clifford, N. I. ' Omega
Psi Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 2, Senior Cabinet 49
Yearbook Staff 4, N.E.A. 4, S.E.A. 4, N.I.E.A. 4, Area Chairman
of Dormitory 1. I
DAVID K. WARREN, 644 Holmdel Road, Hazlet, N. I. ' Delta Chl
Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2.
KATHLEEN C. WATERS, 231 St. Mary Street, Burlington, N. I. '
Newman Club 1, 2, Zeta Tau Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, W.R.A.
Board 3, W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
MARIORIE I. WHITTALL, 25 Noel Drive, North Arlington, N. I-
Area Study Seminar in Germany 3, S.E.A. 1, 2, 4, Arguromuthos
Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer of All College Play Organiza-
tion 3, 4, Senior Editor of Yearbook 4, Canterbury Club 1, 2:
Member of cast for "The Private Life of the Master Race" 2,
"Iulius Caesar" 3, Acting and Directing, Greek Review 1. '
IUDY WIENER, 10 Courtney Road, Lakewood, N. I. ' Theta Phl
aorgrity 1, 2, 3, 4, Orientation Leader 2, Class Cabinet 1, 3, 45
RANDA ANN WILLGING, 436 Innes Road, Wood Ridge, N. I-3
Sigma Sigma Sorority 3, 4, Proctor 2, 3, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 45
S.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
CYNTHIA WILSON, 310 Fetter Avenue, Trenton, N. I. ' Sigma
Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Rec. Secretary 3, 4, Trenton Tutorial
Project 3, S.E.A. 3, 4.
IOAN WOLFERSBERGER, 1170 Ridgefield Drive, Point Pleasant,
N. I. ' Theta Phi Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Cabinet 4, Mod-
ern Dance 4, Golf Club 3, 4, Student Secretary 2, 3, 4, S.E.A. 4.
MARY RITA WARD, 305 Lincoln Avenue, Hightstown, N. I. '
Apgar 2, 3, 4, Sigma Sigma Sorority 3, 4, S.E.A. 4.
DORIS WOODRUFF, 19 Oak Avenue, Island Heights, N. I. ' Zeta
Tau Sigma Sorority 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, Woman's Recreation Boards
ELLEN C. WOOLLEY, 1059 Mayfair Road, Union, N. I. ' Philo-
mathean Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Cabinet 1, 3, 4, Entry for
Glamour Magazine "Best Dressed Girl on Campus," First runner up
for Miss Trenton State 3, Fall Weekend Committee 2. .
RICHARD WOICHIECHOWICZ, 45 Hillside Avenue, Sayreville,
N. I. ' Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4, Senior Representa-
tive to S.E.B. 4, President M.A.A. 4, Phi Epsilon Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4,
Pedge Master 2, Gymnastics Exhibition Team 1, 2, Men's Chorus 1.
2, Inter Fraternity Council 3, Intramural Basketball and Softball
1, 2, 3, 4.
IAMES W. WRESSEL, 21 Lenape Trail, Bricktown, N. I. ' Bowl-
ing 2, 3, Basketball 3, Freshman and Sophomore Class Cabinet,
Sigma Tau Chi Fraternity 2, 3, 4, S.E.A. 3, 4.
LINDA WIGHTMAN, 5 Green Court, Cranford N. I. ' S.E.A. 1, 2,
2, 4,4Sigma Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 35
EDWIN H. WRIGHT, 511 Hillside Avenue, Point Pleasant, N. I. '
Sigma Tau Chi Fraternity.
WILLIAM F. WOODSON, 836 South 12th Street, Newark 8, N. I-
' Theta Nu Sigma Fraternity 1, 2, 3, 4, Phi Mu Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4,
MENC 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2.
IOAN ANN WYSOCHANSKY, 82 Willow Road, Metuchen, N. I. '
Arguromuthos Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Cabinet 2, 3, 4, Sum-
mer Seminar in Germany 3, S.E.A. 1, 2, 4.
LINDA YANIS, 11 Hamburg Turnpike, Hamburg, N. I. ' Gamma
Sigma 2, 3, 4, S.E.A. 2, Inter-varsity 2.
IRNA HARRIETT YARNOLD, 115 Ledden Terrace, South Plain-
fgleIgdANS Ia' Kappa Beta Xi 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Hillel 1, 2,
RAYMOND YOAST, 111 West Delaware Parkway, Villas, N. I. '
CAROLE MARIE ZACK, R. D. 1, Woods Road, Somerville, N. I. '
Newman Club 1, 2, Omega Psi Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, S.E.A. 1, 4.
ALANA ZADAREKY, 915, Norway Avenue, Trenton, N. I. ' Inter-
national Club, Gennan Seminar 3.
HENRY RONALD ZIELENSKY, 39 Garrison Avenue, Dover, N. I.
' S.E.A. 1, 2, 3, Delta Chi Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Fall Week-
end -2, 4, Chairman 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, German Club 2, Class
Cabinet 4, Apgar Society 3, Ceramic Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4.
PEGGY ZILKA, 2537 Allen Avenue, Union, N. I. ' Philomathean
Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Chaplain 4, Booster Club! 1,
Kappa Delta Pi 4, Orientation Leader 2, S.E.A. 4, Signal 1.
RAYMOND I. ZOLDAZ, 93 Birchwood Knoll, Trenton, N. I. ' Var-
sity Golf 3, 4, S.E.A. 4. ,
MARGARET ZORN, 133 Lakedale Drive, Trenton, N. I. ' Omega
ZSl15CE'xlti 1, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 4, Seal 4, N.I.E.A. 4, S.E.A.
MRS. DIANNE 'FAIN ZWEBACK, 31 Prospect Street, Caldwell,
N. I. I' Theta Phi Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Alumni Sec 2, Editor of Thetus
4, Orientation Leader 2, Class Council 1, 2, Littlest Angel 2, 3, 4.
BETTE ZWIGARD, 99 Cross Road, Basking Ridge, N. I. ' Arguro-
muthos Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 4, Newman Club 1, S.E.A. 4.
I96l-l965: Four Years Of Peopler Purpose, Progress
To President Hill, Dean Pruitt, and Dean For-
cina for their cooperation and suggestions.
To Rae Publishing Company and Mr. Murray
Tarr for the fine job they did for us.
To Governor Richard J. Hughes for the
cooperation he gave us.
To the Class of 1965 for its advice and
To the New Jersey Department of Conserva-
tion and Economic Development for their
invaluable cooperation and loan of the
many fine pictures of New Jersey life.
To the Humble Oil and Refining Company
for the courtesy' of the use of their
To Dr. Michael A. Travers who for so long has
devoted so much of his time and energy
to the SEAL. A special thanks for the
counsel given us this year.
To Stephanie Winchell for the very exciting
I and excellent art work she produced for
everyone to enjoy throughout the book.
To Mr. Jacob W. Needle for his knowledgeable
and sincere advice, and most of all for his
patience, concern, and encouragement.
To my family who helped so diligently and
To all those who helped to make the 1965
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