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B V E S: % T r ■ ' ; € H IJ E C Ml L I;. ' ! c In. M f ' ?l?llllllN?li l?!l ' iiim ' i ' i( " ' " ' LIBRARIES DUPL 3 9358 01423830 4 asses of 46 and 47 NA57i.Vo7 It is with great pleasure and with sincere gratitude that we, the Classes of 1946 and 1947, dedicate this twenty-fifth volume of the Cauldron to Professor John Butler Pugsley. He is a man with whom all members of our two classes have come in contact many times in their undergraduate years. He has always heen a faithful friend and a valuahle adviser, and he has made a contribution to the college life of each of us. Professor Pugsley received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Colby College in 1905. After graduate work at Columbia University, he held positions as principal and superintendent of schools in towns in Ver- mont, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts. During the first World War he served as Athletic Officer of the 26th Division, a position in line with his skills as an athlete. Upon his discharge in 1918 he came to Northeastern University as Assistant Professor of Mathematics. A short time later, in September, 1919, he was appointed to the position of Registrar, the position which he has held since that time. It is interest- ing to note that Professor Pugsley has served as adviser to veterans of World War I and World War II. • edicalion jokn iJutlet j viasleij 474 We, the Cauldron Board, present Volume Twenty-five of the Cauldron to classmates and to friends of the University. Because of wartime conditions, it has heen necessary to combine the Classes of 194G and 1947 under one cover. With the materials and the funds at hand, the combined staffs have labored to make this Cauldron a worthwhile remembrance of our college years. Dur best efforts are within these covers, and we sincerely hope that this book will always bring pleasant recollections of our undergraduate days. FOR THE CLASS OF 1946 ROBERT C. TWOMBLY Edito r-in-Chief JAMES J. DONNELLAN Business Matiager RODERIC W. SOMMERS Managing Editor FREDERIC D. McALLISTER raphic Editor ROBERT J. MARKELL Injonnal Pictures Editor FOR THE CLASS OF 1947 JOHN H. COWLES Editor-in-Chief RICHARD L. KENNEDY Business Manager ROY L. WOOLDRIDGE Managing Editor THOMAS L. Mcdonough Photographic Editor ARTHUR HEBERT Informal Pictures Editor ADMINISTRATION k- 5 THE NEW NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY PLANT The Dream of Yesterday The The AccoimiplishiMeiit of Tomorro w TvJLA-A The IVortheastern University Carparatian ROBERT GRAY DODGE Chairman CARL STEPHENS ELL President of the University FRANK LINCOLN RICHARDSON V ice-Chairman HENRY NATHANIEL ANDREWS Treasurer EVERETT AVERY CHURCHILL Secretary Joseph F. Abbott Charles Francis Adams Wilman E. Adams Roger Amory Arthur A. Ballantine George L. Barnes Thomas P. Beal F. Gregg Bemis S. Bruce Black Henry G. Bradlee George A. Burnham Godfrey L. Cabot Paul C. Cabot Walter Channing William C. Chick Paul F. Clark Sears B. Condit Albert M. Creighton Edward Dana Edward Dane James W. Daniels William J. Davidson Paul A. Draper David F. Edwards William P. Ellison Joseph B. Ely John Wells Farley Allan Forbes Ernest B. Freeman Franklin W. Ganse Harvey D. Gibson Merrill Griswold Henry I. Harriman Carroll S. Harvey Chandler Hovey Weston Howland Howard M. Hubbard Maynard Hutchinson Arthur S. Johnson Charles B. Johnson Jacob J. Kaplan Harry H. Kerr Frank H. Lahey Halfdan Lee Galen D. Light Edward A. MacMaster John R. Macomber Albert E. Marshall Harold F. Mason J. Franklin McElwain Hugh D. McLellan Irwin L. Moore Fred L. Morgan Irving E. Moultrop Clarence L. Newton Samuel Norwich Olaf Olsen Augustin H. Parker, Jr. George E. Pierce Roger Pierce Matthew Porosky Frederick S. Pratt Roger S. Pratt Roger Preston H. Wendell Prout Sidney Rabinovitz Stuart C. Rand William M. Rand James L. Richards Harold B. Richmond John J. Robinson Charles M. Rogerson Robert B. Rugg Leverett Saltonstall Russell M. Sanders Andrew S. Seller Frank P. Speare Russell H. Stafford F. R. Carnegie Steele Charles Stetson Earl P. Stevenson Robert T. P. Storer Frank H. Stuart Edward W. Supple Ralph E. Thompson James V. Toner Eliot Wadsworth Eustis Walcott Edwin S. Webster Sinclair Weeks [7} Carl Stephens Ell A.B., M.S., ED.M., SC.D, President of the Universtiy [8] William Crombie White Director of the Day Colleges and Dean of the College of Engineering Everett Avery Churchill A.B., ED.D. Vice-President of the University [9] Harold Wesley Melvin Dean of Students Robert Bruce B.C.S., M.CS. Acting Dean of the College of Business Administration [10] Wilfred Stanley Lake A.B., M.A., PH.D. Dean of the College of Liberal Arts Charles William Havice A.B., M.A., S.T.B., PH.D. Dean of Chapel [11] SCHLAGENHAUF NIGHTINGALE MILTON JOHN SCHLAGENHAUF, A.B., B.D., M.A. Director of Admissions WINTHROP E. NIGHTINGALE, A.B, S.B., Ed.M. Director of Cooperative Work EDWARD S. PARSONS, S.B., Ed.M. Director of Student Activities JOHN B. PUGSLEY, A.B. Registrar ALBERT E. EVERETT, S.B., M.B.A. Director of E. S. M. W. T. DAISY MILNE EVERETT Assistant Comptroller ALFRED W. FLETCHER, A.B. Assistant Director of E. S. M. W. T. FREDERICK R. HENDERSON, S.B., M.S. Assistant Dean of Engineering VERA L. JENKINSON, S.B. , Assistant Director of Admissions On leave of absence for the duration of the war FLETCHER HENDERSON JENKINSON [12] PURINTON RUDOLF O. OBERG, S.B., Ed.M. Director of Alumni Relations ELLIS M. PURINTON, B.B.A. Instructor in Coordination GEORGE W. TOWLE, S.B. Associate Professor of Coordination J. KENNETH STEVENSON, B.C.S. Assistant to the Vice-President NATHAN LEVENSON, LL.B. Director oj the Press Bureau RUDOLPH M. MORRIS, S.B., Ed.M. Secretary oj the Faculty MARY B. POOR Manager oj the Bookstore MYRA WHITE Librarian On leave of absence for the duration of the war STEVENSON LEVENSON [ 13] COMBELLACK Mathematics JOSEPH SPEAR, A.B., M.A. Professor of Mathematics and Chairman of the Department ELMER E. HASKINS, S.B., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Mathematics WILFRED J. COMBELLACK, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Mathematics EARL K. BOWEN, S.B., M.A. Instructor in Mathematics EDWARD M. COOK, A.B. Instructor in Mathematics WARREN C. DEAN, A.B., M.A. Instructor in Mathematics HARRY FERGUSON, S.B. Instructor in Mathematics SAMUEL A. STONE, S.B., M.S. Instructor in Mathematics , WILLIAM WALLACE, S.B. Instructor in Mathematics On leave of absence for the duration of the war FERGUSON [14} WHITTAKER Mechanical Engineering JOSEPH W. ZELLER, S.B., M.E. Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Chairman of the Department ALFRED J. FERRETTI, S.B., M.S. Professor of Mechanical Engineering WILLIAM T. ALEXANDER, S.B., M.A. Associate Professor of Industrial Engineering and Chairman of the Department FREDERICK A. STEARNS, S.B., M.S. Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering ALBERT E. WHITTAKER, S.B., Ed.M. Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering WAYLAND S. BAILEY, S.B., M.S. Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering CHESTER H. WOLOWICZ, SB., M.S. Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering WARREN L. GANONG, S.B. Instructor in Industrial Engineering DUNCAN W. SEAVEY, S.B., M.S. Instructor in Mechanical Engineering On leave of absence for the duration of the war 4 ALEXANDER [15] Drawing ELIOT F. TOZER, S.B. Professor of Drawing and Chairman of the Department GEORGE H. MESERVE, Jr., S.B., Ed.M. Associate Professor of Drawing OTIS F. CUSHMAN, S.B., M.S. Assistant Professor of Drawing J. JAMES DEVINE, S.B., Sc.M. Assistant Professor of Drawing CHARLES P. ENGELHARDT, S.B., M. Arch. Instructor in Draining EUGENE G. PARE, S.B., Ed.M. Instructor in Drawing GUSTAV ROOK, S.B. Instructor in Drawing On leave of absence for the duration of the war ENGELHARDT CUSHMAN [16] GRAMSTORFF Civil Engineering EMIL A. GRAMSTORFF, S.B., M.S. Professor of Civil Engineering and Chairman of the Department CHARLES O. BAIRD, Jr., S.B., M.S. Associate Professor of Civil Engineering ERNEST L. SPENCER, S.B., M.S. Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering GEORGE W. HANKINSON, S.B., A.B. Instructor in Civil Engineering ALBERT E. SANDERSON, Jr., SB., M.S. Instructor in Civil Engineering Chemical Engineering CHESTER P. BAKER, SB., M.A. Professor of Chemical Engineering and Chairman of the Department JOHN C. MORGAN, S.B., M.B.A. Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering On leave of absence for the duration of the war SANDERSON iSa Si HANKINSON [17] i H M M ZUFFANTI Chemistry ARTHUR A. VERNON, S.B., M.S., Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry and Chairman of the Department; Director of Graduate Study W. FAY LUDER, A.B., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Chemistry WALDEMAR S. McGUIRE, S.B., M.A. Associate Professor of Chemistry SAVERIO ZUFFANTI, S.B., M.A. Associate Professor of Chemistry NORMAN A. DUBOIS, SB., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Chemistry FLETCHER S. BOIG, B.S., M.S., Ed.M. Instructor in Chemistry CLEVELAND Electrical Engineering ROLAND G. PORTER, B.E.E., M.S. Professor of Electrical Engineering and Chairman of the Department WILLIAM L. SMITH, S.B., Eng.D. Professor of Electrical Engineering LAURENCE F. CLEVELAND, S.B., M.S. Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering HENRY E. RICHARDS, S.B., M.S. Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering GEORGE E. PIHL, S.B., M.S. Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering MARTIN W. ESSIGMANN, S.B. Instructor in Electrical Engineering On leave of absence for the duration of the war ESSIGMANN C193 Social Sciences STANLEY G. ESTES, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Psychology and Chairman of the Department CHARLES W. HA VICE, A.B., M.A., S.T.B., Ph.D. Professor of Sociology and Chairman of the Department; Dean of Chapel WILLIAM J. PINARD, A.B., M.A., Ed.M., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Sociology NORRIS W. POTTER, Jr., A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of History and Government and Acting Chairman of the Department ELMER H. CUTTS, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of History and Government CHARLES M. RAMSEY, A.B., M.A. Assistant Professor of Economics MARY C. WELBORN: A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of History and Government GUSTAVE R. SERINO, A.B., Ed.M. Instructor in History and Government On leave of absence for the duration of the war MUCKENHOUPT JOHNSON Physics CARL F. MUCKENHOUPT, A.B., S.B., Ph.D. Professor of Physics and Chairman of the Depart7nent JOSEPH A. COOLIDGE, S.B., M.A. Professor of Physics C. DAVID JOHNSON, A.B., M.A. Associate Professor of Physics REGINALD G. LACOUNT, S.B., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Physics GEORGE B. WELCH, S.B., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Physics ROBERT W. BORDEWIECK, SB. Instructor in Physics LOUISE G. MARSH, S.B. Instructor in Physics THOMAS H. WALLACE, S.B., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Physics On leave of absence for the duration of the war BORDEWIECK [21] D ALESSANDRO Business Administratinn ALFRED D ' ALESSANDRO, B.C.S., LL.B., C.P.A., M.B.A. Professor of Accounting ROGER S. HAMILTON, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Economics and Chairman of the Department GEORGE R. FENNELL, SB., M.B.A. Assistant Professor of Marketing and Secretary of the Vacuity GERALD R. TATTON, S.B., M.B.A. Assistant Professor of Business Management and Head Coach of Track JOSEPH M. GOLEMME, S.B., M.A. Instructor in Accounting LYMAN A. KEITH, S.B., M.A. Instructor in Industrial Administration BiDlogy STANLEY D. MIROYIANNIS, S.B., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Biology and Chairman of the Department PAULINE F. SULLIVAN, A.B., M.A. Instructor in Biology On leave of absence for the duration of the war MIROYIANNIS [22] English FREDERICK W. HOLMES, A.B., M.A. Professor of English and Chairman of the Department EVERETT C. MARSTON, A.B., M.A. Associate Professor of English WILLIAM T. CLONEY, Jr., A.B. Assistant Professor of English and Director of the Publicity Bureau R. LAWRENCE CAPON, B.S., A.M. Instructor in English FRANKLIN NORVISH, S.B., M.A. Instructor in English Modern Langnages CHARLES F. BARNASON, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Modern Languages and Chairman of the Department ANTONIO L. MEZZACAPPA, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Modern Languages LOUIS COOPERSTEIN, A.B., M.A. Instructor in Modern Languages On leave of absence for the duration of the war BARNASON MEZZACAPPA [23] COOPERSTEIN MACKENZIE Student Activities DONALD H. Mackenzie, s.b., ed.m. Assistant Professor of Physical Education and Assistant to the Director of Student Activities HENRY A. KONTOFF, M.D. College Physician GEORGE M. LANE, M.D. College Physician JAMES W. DUNN, A.B. Instructor in Physical Education and Head Coach of Football and Basketball EMANUEL A. FLUMERE, A.B. Instructor in Physical Education and Head Coach of Football and Basketball WILLIAM C. HULTGREN Instructor in Physical Education WILLIAM F. LINSKEY Coach of Hockey On leave of absence for the duration of the war HULTGREN [24] DECEMBER GRADUATES 1944 JVnrman A. Anderson 11 Linden Street, North Easton, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering Cauldron Junior Staff; Husky Plus Committee 5 ; Radio Club; American Society of Mechanical Engineers 3, 4, 5. Cooperative Work Ames Baldwin Wyoming Co., North Easton — Electri- cian ' s Helper, Apprentice Machinist. Joseph B. Arots 21 Willard Street, Waterbury, Connecticut Chemical Engineering PHI GAMMA PI Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 4; Interfraternity Council Representative 3, Fraternity Treasurer 3, 4, 5, Assistant House Manager 2 ; Student Union Cabinet 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2; American Institute of Chemical Engineers 2, 3, 4, 5, Social Chairman 5 ; American Chemical Society. Cooperative Work U. S. Rubber Co., Naugatuck, Conn. — Rubber Com- pounder in Laboratory. [26] Victorino V. Banaag 2621 Herran Street, Manila, Philippines Mechanical Engineering Activities at University of Santo Tomas, Manila: Basket- ball, Boxing, Tennis Teams ; Student Council. Received degree of Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Santo Tomas, 1934. Cooperative Work General Electric Co., Lynn — Test Engineer; Bethlehem Hingham Shipyard, Inc., Supervisor of Shipbuilding, U.S.N., Hingham — Associate Principal Machinery In- spector; Bethlehem Hingham Shipyard, Inc., Bureau of Yards and Docks, U.S.N., Hingham — Assistant Civil Engineer. Edward K. Blakeney 20 Laurel Street, Arlington, Massachusetts Liberal Arts (English) News 3, Makeup Editor 4 ; Astronomy Club 1 ; Literary Club 3, 4. Cooperative Work United Business Service, Boston — Clerk. [27] Joseph J. Bulba 368 Franklin Avenue, Hartford, Connecticut Civil Engineering Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 5; Camera Club; Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society 2, 3, 4, President 5 ; American Society of Civil Engineers, and Boston Society of Civil Engineers ; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Cooperative Work N. Y., N. H. H. R. R. Co., Hartford, Conn.— Chainman. Alfred D. BilVozzi 252 Broadway, Boston, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Intramural Softball and Basketball 3, 4, 5 ; Senior Coun- cil; Chess Club 1, 2; American Institute of Electrical Engineers 2, 3, 4, 5. Cooperative Work Jackson Morland, Boston — Assistant Engineer; Holt- 2er Cabot Electric Co., Roxbury — In Charge of Print Developing. [28] James J. Donnellan 102 Gainsborough Street, Boston, Massachusetts Business Administration (Accounting) Melvin Scholarship; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 ; Cauldron Junior Staff 4, Business Manager 5 ; Student Union Cabinet Member 5 ; Senior Week Com- mittee; Senior Council; Society for Advancement of Management 4, President 5 ; Who ' s Who Among Stu- dents in American Universities and Colleges. Cooperative Work Pepperell Mfg. Co., Boston — Clerk. ' Earle C. Farmer 431 West Fourth Street, South Boston, Massachusetts Liberal Arts (Mathematics and Physics) Academy, Vice-President; Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5. Cooperative Work Polaroid Corp., Cambridge — Laboratory Technician. [29] Alfred J. Fleischmann 4 Lindner Court, Lawrence, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering SIGMA PHI ALPHA Freshman Honor List ; Dean ' s List 2 ; Senior Council ; Yacht Club 3, Vice-Commodore 4, 5 ; Fraternity Treas- urer 3, President 4; American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Treasurer 5. Cooperative ' Work Tyer Rubber Co., Andover — Laboratory Assistant. Frank A. Falino 10 Fleet Street, Boston, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering Intramural Baseball 3, 4, and Basketball 3, 4; Cosmo- politan Club 2, 3, Vice-President 4, 5 ; Rifle Club 3 ; American Society of Mechanical Engineers 3, 4, 5. Cooperative Work Reece Buttonhole Machine Co., Boston — Inspector. [30] A. Harvey Gardner, Jr. 61 Porter Street, Melrose, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering PHI BETA ALPHA Cauldron Junior Stafif; Huskiers 1, 2; Intramural Base- ball 4, 5, and Basketball 4; Student Council 3, 4, Treas- urer 5, Chairman Activities Committee 5 ; Class Vice- President 1, 2; Class President 3, 4; American Society of Mechanical Engineers 3, 4, 5. Cooperative Work ■Gould Aeronautical Division of Pratt Read Co., Deep River, Conn. — Lead Inspector, Stress and Weights Anal- ysis, Draftsman. John J. Gnode 696 Huntington Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Student Council 5 ; Rifle Club; Glider Club; Chess Club; Yacht Club; American Institute of Electrical Engineers, American Institute of Radio Engineers. Cooperative Work Bethlehem Steel Co., Quincy — Installed, Tested, and Repaired Naval Electrical Equipment. t3l] Mathan I. Hentoff 1 Howland Street, Roxbury, Massachusetts Liberal Arts (English) Academy, Secretary 3, 4; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 ; Academy Freshman Scholarship; Dean ' s List Scholarship 2, 3, 4; News 1, Feature Editor 2, Editor-in-Chief 3; Student Council 4, Treasurer 2, Secre- tary 3 ; President of Senior Class ; Debating Club 1 ; Semi-finals, Public Speaking Contest 1, 2; Literary Club 3, 4; Band 1 ; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Uiiiversities and Colleges. David £. Higginbatham 397 ' Washington Street, Taunton, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Secretary of Senior Class; Glee Club 1, 2; American In- stitute of Electrical Engineers 2, 3, 4, 5 ; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Cooperative Work Mendell Elec. Mfg. Co., Inc., New Bedford — Switch- board ' Wiring. [32] Herbert M. Johnson 13 Dwight Street, Ansonia, Connecticut Chemical Engineering GAMMA PHI KAPPA Student Union 1, 2, Cabinet 3; Glee Club 1, 2; Amer- ican Institute of Chemical Engineers 2, 3, 4, 5. Cooperative Work U. S. Rubber Co., Naugatuck, Conn. — Laboratory Assist- ant; Seamless Rubber Co., New Haven, Conn. — Labora- tory Analyst; Farrel-Birmingham, Inc., Ansonia, Conn. — Assembler. John W. Kaczanowicz 317 Pleasant Street, Northampton, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering (Receiving degree from Norwich University, North- field, Vermont ; completing credits at Northeastern under Veterans Administration.) Activities at Norwich: Phi Kappa Delta Fraternity; Treasurer, Mechanical Engi- neering Club; Secretary, Norwich Chapter, Society of American Military Engineers; Vice-President, Norwich Aero Club; Civilian Pilot Training Program; activities at Northeastern: Secretary, Northeastern University Vet- erans Association ; Army service: Cavalry. [33] Gerald H. Katz 31 Allen Street, Boston, Mass.ichusctts Mechanical Engineering Freshm.in Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3; Americm So- ciety of Mechanical Engineers 3, 4, 5. Cooperit ire Work Allen Plumbing Heating Co., Boston — Steamfitter. Clayton W. Kennedy, Jr. 87 Pleasant Street, North Andover, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering Intramural Softball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4 ; Senior Coun- cil; Husk) ' Plus Committee 5; Senior Week Committee Class Treasurer 5 ; N. U. Veterans Association ; Amer- ican Society of Mechanical Engineers 3, 4, 5. Cooperative W ork Davis Furber Machine Co., North Andover — Machine Operator; General Electric, River Works, Lynn — Safety Engineering Dept. [34} Joseph H. Kiernan 22 Phillips Street, Lowell, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering American Institute of Chemical Engineers 3, 4, 5. Cooperative Work Wirthmore Research Laboratory, Maiden — Laboratory Assistant; Tyer Rubber Co., Andover — Laboratory Assistant. Robert IV. Kuehn 436 Mammoth Road, Manchester, New Hampshire Civil Engineering Dean ' s List 2, 4; Intramural Softball 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 1 ; Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society 2, 3, 4, 5 ; American Society of Civil Engineers; Boston Society of Civil Engineers. Cooperative Work Bethlehem Hingham Shipyard, Inc., Hingham — Rod- man, Transitman; Ritchie-Ellsworth, Camp Edwards — Rodman, Transitman, Inspector ; Boston Albany R. R., Boston, Rodman. [35] George W. Laaksu, Jr. 5 Winthrop Street, Peabody, Massachusetts Civil Engineering Deans List 5 ; Student Union 4 ; Yacht Club 1 ; North- eastern University Civil Engineering Society 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 5; American Society of Civil Engineers; Boston Society of Civil Engineers. Coo[)erative Worik General Electric Co., Lynn — Rodman; N. Y., N. H. H. R. R. Co., Hartford — Chainman. Melvin F. Levine 68 American Legion Highway, Dorchester, Massachusetts Aiechanical Engineering Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2; News 2, 3, Fea- ture Editor 4 ; Smdent Council 5 ; Student Union 4, 5 ; Glee Club 1. 2. 3; Literary Club 4; American Society of Mechanical Engineers 3, 4, 5. Cooperative W ork Sanborn Co., Boston — General; General Electric Co., Lynn — Expeditor, Tool Planning, Factory Layout. [36] Stanley W. Lnveiny, Jr. 96 Appleton Street, Arlington, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering NU EPSILON ZETA Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2; Cauldron Junior Staff 4; Intramural Softball 4; Student Council 3, 4, 5, Vice-President 4, Secretary 5 ; Spring Festival Commit- tee 4; Northeastern University Blood Drive; American Society of Mechanical Engineers 3, 4, 5. Cooperative Work Johns-ManviUe, Nashua, N. H. — Draftsman; Perfection Grate Stoker Co., Boston — Draftsman. Rnhert J. Markell 92 Waumbeck Street, Roxbury, Massachusetts Civil Engineering KAPPA ZETA PHI Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 4, 5; Neivs 1, 2, 3, Art Editor 4; Cauldron Junior Staff 4, Informal Pic- tures Editor 5 ; Senior Week Committee ; Senior Coun- cil ; Fraternity Secretary 2 ; Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 5 ; American Society of Civil Engmeers; Boston Society of Civil En- gineers; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Cooperative Work N. Y., N. H. H. R. R. Co., Boston— Rail Inspector and Maintenance Helper; U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, New York — Rodman. [37} Frederic D. McAllister Van Brunt Street, Southampton, New York Mechanical Engineering NU UPSILON ZETA Cai ' ldron Junior Staff 4, Photographic Editor 5; Foot- ball 1 ; Student Council 4, Vice-President 5 ; Class Secre- tary 4; Glee Club 4, 5; Intramural Baseball and Basket- ball 3, 4; American Society of Mechanical Engineers 3, 4, Program Chairman 5; Fraternity Grand Scribe 5. Cooperative Work Pratt Whitney Aircraft, Hartford, Conn. — Assistant Production Engineer; Western Union Telephone Co., Warermill, N. Y. — Laboratory Assistant. Edward W. Murphy 647 East Third Street, South Boston, Massachusetts Civil Engineering Dean ' s List 4; Charles Hayden Scholar; Softball 2, 3, 4; Senior Council; Senior Week Committee; Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society 3, 4, 5 ; American Society of Civil Engineers; Boston Society of Civil Engineers. Cooperative Work Bethlehem Steel Co., Quincy — Test Engineer [38] Kenneth £. Palmer 15 1 2 Hodges Street, Attleboro, Massachusetts Civil Engineering Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Cauldron Junior Staff; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 1, 2, 3 , 4; Student Council 4, 5 ; Senior Council ; Class Vice-Presi- dent 3, 4, 5 ; Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society 2, 3, 4, 5, Class Representative 2, 3; American Society of Civil Engineers; Boston Society of Civil Engineers. Cooperative W ork United Construction Co., South Boston Navy Yard — Transitman; U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Main — Photographic Observer ; Northeastern University, Hunt- ington Field — Maintenance. ■■■||||»3«S S5: Sy?ST?J " • • ' .■»;» H m H ■K ' ' ;i 1 Hh - J ' J 1 H ■ ' jl 1 V £fl 1 k. i jH H 1 Samnel J. Pattison, Jr 122 East Side Parkway, Newton, Massachusetts Civil Engineering Dean ' s List; Charles Hayden Scholarship; Neivs I ; Base- ball 1, 4; Cross Country 1; Intramural Softball 3, 4; Class Council 1, 4; Senior Week Committee; North- eastern University Civil Engineering Society 2, 3, 4, 5, Secretary 4. Cooperative Work City of Newton, Newton — Rodman, Transitman; Beth- lehem Steel Co., Quincy — Rodman ; General Electric Co., West Lynn — Draftsman, Expeditor. [39] Geurqe R. Peterson 122 Villa Street, Waltham, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering Senior Council; American Institute of Chemical En- gineers 3, 4, 5. Cooperative Work Walth.im Watch Co., Waltham — Laboratory Assistant. Arthur D. Porter 126 Villa Street, Waltham, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2; Intramural Soft- ball 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 3, 4; American Institute of Electrical Engineers 3, 4, 5. Cooperative Work Boston Edison Co., Boston — Equipment Service, Divi- sion Maintenance Work. [40] Leon Rabin 37 Falmouth Street, Boston, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering Netvs 3, 4; Student Union 1, 2, Chairman Services Com- mittee 3, Chairman War Services Committee 3, 4, Vice- President 4; Northeastern University Veterans Associa- tion 5 ; American Institute of Chemical Engineers 2, 3, 4, 5 ; American Chemical Society. Cooperative Work Northeastern University, Boston — Checkroom. William C. Raftell 2 Jackson Street, Charlestown, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering American Institute of Chemical Engineers 3, 4, 5. Cooperative Work Consolidated Rendering Co., Boston — Assistant Chem- ist; Barrett Div. Allied Chemical Dye Corp., Maiden — Assistant Chemist. [41] Hudney W. Reder 322 Frost Road, Wattrbury, Connecticut Mechaniciil Engineering PHI GAMMA PI Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3; Fraternity Treas- urer 3, House Manager 4, President 5 ; Interfraternity Softball; Interfraternity Council; American Society of Mechanical Engineers 3, 4, " i. Coof eiii ie Work Waterbury Farrel Foundry Machine Co., Waterbury, Conn. — Machine Assembly. Isadore Sheinefine 23 Magnolia Street, Roxbury, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering American Institute of Chemical Engineers 3, 4, 5. Cooperative W ork Allied Container Corp., Boston — Assistant Shipper; Hy- Sil Mfgr., Revere — Assistant Shipper. [42] John J. Smialek 233 Lyman Street, Holyoke, Massachusetts Mechanical Engmeemg Varsity Basketball 3 ; Varsity Baseball 4 ; Student Coun- cil 5 ; American Society of Mechanical Engineers 3, Vice- Chairman 4, Chairman 5 ; Senior Week Committee. Cooperative W ork Worthington Pump Machinery Corp., Holyoke — Draftsman ; General Electric Co., Lynn — Testor. Drin A. Smith 249 Melrose Street, Melrose, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering Dean ' s List 4; American Society of Mechanical Engi- neers 3, 4, Treasurer 5. Cooperative Work Fay, Spofford Thorndike, Boston — Electrical Drafting, Design and Layout on Newfoundland Base Project. [43} Hoderic W. Sanimers 38 Franklin Street, Medford, Massachusetts Civil Engiiieeriiig Charles Hayden Scholar; Melvin Scholarship; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 3, 5 ; Cauldron Junior Staff 4, Managing Editor 5; Intramural Softball 3, i; Student Council 5; Student Union 5; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Presi- dent 4, 5 ; University Song Leader 5 ; Northeastern Uni- versity Civil Engineering Society 2, 3, 4, 5 ; American Society of Civil Engineers; Boston Society of Civil Engineers. Cooperative Work Stoneham Public Works Dept., Stoneham — Student Civil Engineer, Draftsman, Surveyor. William F. Sullivan 157 Baker Avenue, Revere, Massachusetts A [echanical Engineering Intramural Basketball 3, 4 ; Intramural Softball 3,4, 5 ; Student Council 2, 3, Treasurer 4, President 5 ; Class Secretary 3; Class Treasurer 2, 4; Class Vice-President 5; Senior Week Committee; Husky Plus Committee 5; Senior Council ; American Society of Mechanical Engi- neers 3, 4, 5 ; Society for the Advancement of Manage- ment 5; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Uni- versities and Colleges. Cooperative Work P. S. Thorson Bros., Boston — Sheet Metal Worker; Hylite Corp., Boston — Sheet Metal Worker; Thomson Gibb Electric Welding Co., Lynn — Experimental Lab- oratory. [44] John H. Taylor 683 High Street, Westwood, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Dean ' s List 2, 3; Intramural Softball and Basketball 3, 4, 5 ; Chess Club, Secretary and Treasurer 2 ; American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Chairman 5. Cooperative Work Allis Chalmers Mfg. Co., Hyde Park — Production Clerk, Order Chaser, Follow-up Man Thayer C. Taylor 22 Swan Place, Arlington, Massachusetts Liberal Arts (English) Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5 ; News 2, 3, Associate Managing Ed- itor 4; Cauldron Junior Staff 4; Student Union 2, 3, 4 ; Student Council 4, 5 ; Literary Club. Cooperative Work Boston Globe, Boston — Editorial Assistant; Boston Herald-Traveler, Boston — School Correspondent; F. S. Mosely Co., Boston — Office Assistant. [45} Ruliert C. Twiimhly 16 L.iwson Ro.kI, Wmclicstcr, M.issacluisetts Alechaniccil Engineering NU EPSILON ZETA Dean ' s List 3; Cauldron Junior Staff 4, Editor-in- Chief 5; Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4; Intramural Soft- ball 2, 3, 4; Husky Plus Committee 5; Nu Epsilon Zeta 2, 3, Vice-Grand Master 4, Grand Master 5 ; Interfra- ternity Council 3; Interfraternity Basketball 2, 3; Amer- ican Society of Mechanical Engineers 3, i. Social Chair- man 3 ; Societ) ' for the Advancement of Management 5 ; Senior Week Committee; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Unirersilies and Colleges. CooperMire Work Amory Foundry Co., Boston — Production Manager. Arnold P. Weiner 2 Pama Gardens, Brighton, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering Glee Club 1 ; Northeastern University Veterans Associa- tion 5 ; Organizing Committee ; American Society of Me- chanical Engineers 2, 3, 4, 5 ; Army Sen ' ice: Air Corps 1942-1943. Cooperative Work General Electric Co., Lynn — Supercharge Tester; San- born Co., Cambridge — Cardiette Inspector; Greenfield Tap Die Corp., Greenfield — Gage Engineer. [46] James fi. Yee 4 Hudson Street, Boston, Massachusetts Electrical Engineerittg Freshman Honor List ; Intramural Softball ; American Institute of Electrical Engineers 3, 4, 5. Cooperative Work Northeastern University, Boston — Physics Dept. Office, Physics Lab. Assistant. Ernest J. Zitke 65 Galen Street, Brockton, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering News 1, 2; CAULDRON 1 ; Amercian Society of Mechan- ical Engineers 3, 4, 5. Cooperative Work Ames Baldwin Wyoming Co., North Easton — Electrician. [47] Serafin J. Krukanis 18 ' Silver Street, Boston, Massachusetts tWechaiiictd Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Fresliman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Tootball 1; Intramural Softball and Basketball 4; Rifle Club 1, 2, 3; Cosmopolitan Club 2, 3, 4; American So- ciet} ' of " Mechanical Engineers 3, Secretary 4, Chairman 5. Cooperative Work Hy-Lite Corp., Boston- Sheet Metal Worker. QJeiiiof ij ean s c isl JOSEPH J. BULBA JAMES J. DONNELLAN NATHAN L HENTOFF DAVID E. HIGGINBOTHAM GERALD H. KATZ GEORGE W. LAAKSO, Jr. ROBER T J. MARKELL RODERICK W. SOMMERS THAYER C. TAYLOR [48] _ylass tfidv Professor Ernest Lincoln Spencer was born May 17, 1913, in Norwood, Massa- chusetts. He now resides in Medfield with his wife and son. Professor Spencer attended Northeastern University and was graduated in 1936 with the degree of Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. He then did special work in structural design at the Eranklin Institute during the years 1936 and 1937. In November, 1943, Professor Spencer received his Master of Science degree from Harvard University. Professor Spencer came to Northeastern as Instructor in Civil Engineering in 1939. He was made Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering in September, 1944. In addition to his work here at the University, Professor Spencer served as the chief of a surveying parry with E. M. Brooks Company during 1936 and 1937. He was Junior Engineering Aide for one year for the Massachusetts Department of Public Works, Waterways Division. In 1938 he transferred to Jackson and More- land, where he served as Assistant Engineer for two years on construction work. He is an active member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, and is also secretary of the Junior Association of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Northeastern Section. It has been through the untiring eiforts of Professor Spencer that we have been so successful as a class during this difficult war period. We take this opportunity to state our appreciation, and to thank Professor Spencer for his counsel, his assist- ance, and his friendship during our college career. im First Row. UH to rithf. Kt-nneJv. llcmoff. Sullivan, Hik-cinbolliiim. Stcond Roto, left to njAc Donnellan. Murphy. Markcll. I ' kisclmiann. Prof. Spi-nccr, IVUTSon, DiNozzi. Class Council Senior Week Committee First Row. Ujt to right: Kennedy, Sullivan. Marketl, Gardner. Second Row, left to right: Murphy, Smialek, Pattison, Anderson, Twombly, Levine, Folii [50] CLASS HISTORY FRESHMAN We entered N. U. in September, 1941, the largest class ever to enter the Univer- sity. Approximately 1000 entered in this division and 200 entered in Division B in November. Our class practically filled Jor- dan Hall, and it is interesting to note that all of the upper classes together held their meetings in this hall and didn ' t fill it as much as we did. We fumbled through the first three days of orientation in the best manner that we could. Most of us wandered in a daze through a maze of examinations, both phys- ical and mental, emptied our pens several times a day filling out cards and papers, and wondered if we ever would become accus- tomed to this new type of life that we were entering. As if the upperclassmen couldn ' t tell who were Freshmen and who were not, the University clinched the situation by plac- ing on our heads a small object known as the " Freshman Hat. " The first semester saw us becoming ori- ented to college life. Near the end of our first semester, in December 1941 we fol- lowed the news very carefully and saw the historic events of the sneak attack on Pearl Harbor and heard Congress declare war on Japan. These events were to change the lives and careers of many of us and would afi?ect each and every one of us in many ways in the years ahead. Many left immediately for the Armed Services and amid the con-, flicting statements of " Serve your country " and " Stay in school and get your education first, " we finished our first semester in hectic times. Class elections were held the first week of our second semester and it was at this time that we started to function as a class. Our first dance was held on the Roof Garden of the Parker House. This dance was a huge social success and the hall was filled with couples who thoroughly enjoyed themselves. The second dance of this semester was a Semi-Formal held at the Hotel Continental in Cambridge and while it was not as suc- cessful as the first, it was enjoyed by all who attended. Our Freshman year drew to a close with a substantial reduction in members and an air of uncertainty as to how many would be back for the Sophomore year. FRESHMAN OFFICERS Left to right: Gardner, Kemp. Carleton, Scott [51] SOPHOMORE Our Sophomore year started with our be- ing separated into two divisions. Division A returned in the summer and to many who returned this was the first attempt at saidy- ing in the warm weather. Division B went on their first Co-op work period and as a result many friendships of our Freshman year were disrupted. We were all more or less fascinated by this new plan of education and, coupled with our relief of getting through the Freshman year, we were all con- tent and overran any difficulties brought about by the Cooperative Plan. So we went ahead, contributing some men to the Varsity squads, more and more men to the Armed Services, learning more every day, and continuing on the road to social success. Due to the time we took becoming accus- tomed to the ten week periods, only one social affair was run this year. This was the All-University Round-up, which was run in conjunction with the Student Council. It was an all-out affair here at the University and on the program were such things as ex- hibits in .ill the Libs, b.iscb.ill .md baskelb.ill games, swimming, dancing, and movies. The dance was held in the large gymnasium of the ' . M. C. A. and the music was furnished by Andy Jacobson. The party lasted from noon until midnight and almost all who were students attended, together with a large group of faculty guests. The weeks flew by and before we could plan anything else our year was over. MIDDLER We now were in the year which caused so many explanations to other people. No one ever heard of a Middler year and it was almost impossible to keep telling everyone about it. Before we were very far along in this year we told people we were either Sophomores or Juniors, to save wear and tear on the vocal chords. We enter ed this year with less than half of our original class enrollment. Despite our reduced numbers, we reorganized our class and made preparations for our third class dance. This dance was held at the SOPHOMORE OFFICERS First Row, left to right: Prof. Spencer. Hughes. Kemp, Lovett. Second Row. Ujt to right: Scott. Gorves. Sullivan, [52] Hotel Kenmore and once again we had a full house. To have such a good crowd was quite exceptional for at the time gas ration- ing was being strictly enforced and a few days before, pleasure driving had been banned. To top this all off there was a driving rain storm and most of us were thoroughly saturated, thanks to travel on the good old Boston El, before we reached the hall. This year, due to the reduced membership of the classes and the possibility of losing even more to the draft, the Cooperative Plan Was discontinued and we returned to a full- time basis. The discontinuing of Coopera- tive work meant no more school for a good many more of our classmates and our group was even further reduced in number. We were, once again, all together in one division and this made the possibilities for future dances and parties look better than they ever had before. JUNIOR The Junior year started only one week after the Middler year ended and we hardly had time to realize that we had passed an- other milestone in our careers. We regis- tered with a group of 80 out of our original class of 1200. Under the accelerated pro- gram the time seemed to pass very fast and it was in the second semester that prepara- tions for a Junior dance were underway. Because of the minute sum in our treas- ury, it was impossible to even consider a Junior Prom. With our treasury as a re- straining influence we went ahead with the arrangements for the dance. The dance was held at the New England Mutual Charter Hall, and dancing to the music of Ruby Newman ' s Orchestra was very much enjoyed by all. Although this dance was the nearest we came to a financial flop it was another of our traditional social successes. The Spring Festival was held this year and while it was not run by our class a good many of our members worked on the com- mittee. This featured plays by the students in Bates Hall, Softball games, dancing in the Commons, movies in 228-N, and an Open House. MIDDLER OFFICERS i - ( to right: Prof. Spencer, Kay. Gardner, Palmer, Sullivan, [53} SENIOR We began our lasc undergraduate year at the Universit) ' in June. Softball was our favorite noontime activity and we hardly had time to realize that we were almost through. Our activities didn ' t start until the second semester even though we had most of the responsibility of running the Fun Fest at Riverside Park. It was a very hot day, but a few courageous individuals played tennis and softball. while most of us were content to loll in the swimming pool. In the evening a dance was held and the day was completely successful. In the second semester we ran the " Pres- entation Dance " primarily to make money for Senior Week. However, the dance turned out to be a huge social success as well as the greatest financial success of our career. The profits from this dance together with the class treasury were pooled and we went ahead with plans for Senior Week. The Senior Week Committee w-as chosen and our plans were laid. The first activity of Senior Week was the Stag Smoker, which was the Stag Banquet witiiout the food. This ran along in more or less traditional fashion with a selected group of faculty present and the customary entertainment. Next we treated the faculty to a banquet, and everyone was very much pleased to be able to talk to them without fear of .seeing them in class the next day. Friday we held the Senior Dinner Dance in the Hotel Gard- ner. This was formal and was perhaps the most successful dance (socially) that we have ever run. The Alumni Banquet was held Saturday and wound up our activities for Senior Week. Graduation was held in Bates Hall on Sunday afternoon, December 3, and imme- diately after the exercises, a reception was held in the Commons. And so we leave Northeastern University, a little the worse for wear and tear, but with an education to help us in the years to come. As we go our separate ways may we always look back with a pleasant recollection of our undergraduate days. R. C. T. SENIOR OFFICERS Leit to riehl: Kennedy, Hentofl. Prof. Spencer, Sullivan, Higginbotham. [54] Acknowledgments To all who have contributed or helped us compile this yearbook, we of the Cauldron Board express our sincere and heartfelt thanks. To Mr. Waid, Miss Dempsey, and Mr. Yerkes for their prompt work and excellent cooperation. To Mr. Russell Knight of the Stobbs Press, whose wealth of ability and experience so readily available, made this yearbook a pleasant success. To the Activities Department and Miss Peppard, and other depart- ments and secretaries, and to faculty members for their patience and assistance. To William F. Sullivan for his help in compiling the Senior Section. To Selma Kirschman and Louisa Ashton for their help in typing the copy. To Edward Murphy and Joseph Bulba, though not regular members of the Board, for their cooperation on the Informal Pictures Section. [55] KING HUSKY II Societies Publications Fraternities Athletics i Student Couiir.it W iLLiAM F. Sullivan, ' 46 Presidenl Frederic D. McAllister, ' -16 Vice-Pre.iitienl Paul V. Shaughnessy, ' -18 A. Harvey Gardner, ' 16 Dean Harold W, Melvin F.uiilly Adviser " illi.im J. Arvedon, ' Al Mary H. Bigelow, ' 48 Lois A. Brady, ' 18 David R. Cahill. 47 Thomas Chin, ' 47 Stephanie Chopck, ' 48 John H. Cowlcs, ' 47 John J. Goode, ' 46 Arthur Hebert, ' 47 Nathan I. Hentoff, ' 46 Melvin F. Levine, ' 46 Arthur K. Littleficid, ' 47 Marjoric V. Lundfelt, ' 48 John J. Smialek, ' 46 Roderic W. Sommers, ' 46 Thayer C. Taylor, ' 46 Edward R. Willett, ' 47 EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS William Davidson. ' 48 Andrew J. McNeill, ' 49 MEMBERS NO ' Vi ' IN THE ARMED SERVICES Stanley ' W. Lovejoy, Jr., ' 46 Kenneth E. Palmer, ' 46 Anthony J. R. Pandiscio, ' 47 Donald C. Philbrick, ' 47 First Rom. hit to right: Hentoff, Chopck. Shauehncssy. Sullivan. Gardner Bradv Dejn I Stcond Row. Itft to rithf. Hebert, Willett, Levine. Cowles Chin Davidson Third Row. Ujt to right : Cahill, Sommers, Smialek, Goode. [58] First Row. Ujt to Second Rom. Lit to right: Third Row, left to right: V, Liuk-licld. Shaughiicsiy. Gold, Willctl. 1, Levine, Ashton, Flynn, Rothschild, Weinfeld. Dacey, Sommers, Douville, Wallace, Morrice. ' " j Paul V. Shaughnessy, President Shelley A. Pearlman, Secretary I. Louis Gold, ' A Vice-President Roy a. Peterson, Treasurer Dean Charles W. Havice Faculty Adviser ADVISORY Dean William C. White Dean Harold W. Melvin BOARD Dean Charles W. Havice Professor Edward S. Parsons Bramwell A, Bury, ' 48 James J. Douville, ' 47 COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Robert G. Harrison, ' 48 Arthur K. Littlefield, ' 47 John B. Morrice, ' 48 Murray A. Weinfeld, ' 47 Edward R. WiUett, ' 47 Louisa J. Ashton, ' 48 Lois A. Brady, ' 48 Charles P. Changelian, ' 49 James J. Donnellan, ' 46 COMMITTEE MEMBERS Calista M. Folsom, ' 48 Grace P. McKinlay, ' 48 John B. Morrice, ' 48 Barbara A. Parrish, ' 48 Nathan Rose, ' 47 Roderic W. Sommers, ' 46 Ben H. Tongue, ' 47 Robert D. Wolff, ' 48 Rita A. Young, ' 48 Student Union Cabinet [59] THE CAULDRDIV B D AHD CLASS OF 19 6 Prof. Everett C. Marston Fitciilty Adiiser James J. Donnellan Business Manager Roderic W. Sominers Managing Editor [60] Robert C. Twnrahly Editor-in-Chief Frederic D. Mc lllister Photographic Editor Rohert J. Markell Informal Pictures Editor [61] The IVevvs Arthur K. Liiti-Ekield, -itLA Eilitor-in-Chief Edward R. VCillett, BA M.i».igi tg Editor Leonard Weiss, ' IPBA News Editor Alfred J. Pacelli, ' 48E Acting Sports Editor Granville E. Reed, MSLA Acting Fejiure Editor J. Richard Brown, ' 48BA Make-up Editor Murray A. Weinfeld, ' -IvLA Lilcr.iry Editor Harold Huckins, Jr., ' ATE Photogriiphic Editor Richard L. Kennedy, ' 47BA Business AUinager Robert D. Wolff, •48LA Office Miin.iger Lillian Kolodiz, ' 48E Circul.ition Atin.iger James Travers, ' 49LA Advertising Manager James H. Brown, ■49E Albert Adelman, ■49E Vincent L. Ysebaert. ■47LA Charles Block. gE Melvin R. Burstein, ■48BA John Mortice, ' 48 LA Ruth Reiner, ' 48LA Kurt Wessely, ■48E Professor Everett C. Marston Faculty Adviser NEWS STAFF William R. White, •49E William S. Filler, MgE FEATURE STAFF Louisa J. Ashton, ' 48LA VC ' alter Pollock, •48E SPORTS STAFF William Buchanan, ■49LA E. Newell Austin, ' 48E Louis Gold, ■48E CIRCULATION STAFF Samuel Simon. ' 49E Leo Topol, •48LA Alfred Winer, ■48LA ADVERTISING STAFF Herbert A. Lerner, ' 49E PHOTOGRAPHIC STAFF Allan Barnett, •49BA MAKE-UP STAFF Phillip McGcoch, •49E Paul V. Shaughncssy, ' 48LA Mel Silverman, ' 49E Ernest E. Mills, •48E Joseph Levine, ' 48E Earl Yavner, ' 49E Joseph Wolfson, ■49E Martin Levine, ' 49E Jerry Konowitz, ' 49E ART STAFF Dominic Berulli, ' 49E r_-n- ' . ' . - V. :oj;z, Llttlefield, Reiner, Ashto in. ' Lerner, Wcs ely, Gold, Weinfeid, Rice. Adelman, Block. Pacelli, Simon, Shaughnessy, Huckins, Wolff, Wolfson, White right: Wcis [62] First Rom, left to ri lil: CirJiiri. . i,:... Aii.lrix.ii, l v,,iiil.lv, Snnili, ri.,1,,-,, Stearns, Smialek, Cowles, Chase, Chin, M. Levinc. Second Row. Ult to nshl: Auitiii. LaiiK. Bjiuaf, MdJonoufli, Harrison, HefiVon, Preston, BrigES, Sandler, Cahn, Spitz, Goldman, Cook, Abbondante. Tknd Row, left to right: Nowell, Yurko, MacAnespie, Blanchard, Baker. Scurton. Gordon. Caplan. Taylor. Steiff. Corapi. Katz. Kaufman. Moscatelli. Fourth Row left to riehf. Walden, B. Levinc, Feinzig, Farley, Sullivan, Zitke, Tinglof, Weiner, Hopkins, Woodbury, Mills, Kennedy, Healy. John J. Smialek, ' 46 John H. Cowles, ' 47 President Vice-President Arthur L. Chase, ' 47 Orin A. Smith, ' 46 Secretary Treasurer Professor Frederick A. Stearns Faculty Adviser MEMBERS FROM THE CLASS OF 1946 Norman A. Anderson Victorino V. Banaag Frank D. Folino A. Harvey Gardner, Jr. Gerald H. Katz Clayton W. Kennedy Serafin J. Krukonis Melvin F. Levine Stanley W. Lovejoy, Jr. Fredric D. McAllister Rodney W. Reder William F. Sullivan Robert C. Twombly Arnold P. Weiner Ernest J. Zitke MEMBERS FROM THE CLASS OF 1947 Cosmo Abbondante Jason B. Baker Charles R. Blanchard Ralph G. Briggs, Jr. Thomas Chin Ernest M. Cook Vincent Corapi Grant S. Healy Theodore K. Johnson Howard N. Kaufman Robert S. Lang Thomas G. MacAnespie Thomas L. McDonough David R. Nowell John K. Taylor Carl Tinglof, Jr. Kenneth T. Walden Roderick V. Woodbury Malvin M. Yurko MEMBERS FROM THE CLASS OF 194i E. Newell Austin Irving Cahn Aaron Caplan Wilbur H. Farley Irving Feinzig Sherman H. Goldman Irving G. Gordon Robert G. Harrison Paul Heffron Clifford Hopkins Charles Knowlton, Jr. Bernard G. Levine George Merker Ernest E. Mills Felix Moscatelli John L. Preston Hyman Sandler George S. Scruton S. Leonard Spitz Leon H. Steiff Roger N. Tuttle Lester Wilker American Society nf Mechanical Engineers [63] AiiiGriciiii Institute of Electrical Engineers John H. Taylor, " 46 Chairman James E. Mrose, ' Al Vice-Chjirm.in Alfred P. Sieklucki, ' 47 Secretary-Treasurer Professor Roland G. Porter Faculty Adrher MEMBERS FROM THE CLASS OF 194 6 Alfred D. DiNozzi David E. Higginbotham James K. Yee John J. Goode Jerome H. Bloom Walter W. Bordewieck Walter Ciaschini David E. Higginbotham Arthur D. Porter MEMBERS FROM THE CLASS OF 1947 Nathan Freedman Ben H. Tongue Lester B. Linskey George M. Zoza Arthur A. Najarian MEMBERS FROM THE CLASS OF 1948 Henr) ' S. Hall Robert N. G. Horn Bryan H. Saunders Sidney F. Quint First Rom. Ult to right: Porter, Sieklucki. Taylor. DiN Uft to right ■.Kom. Najarian, Freedman, Linskjr, Ricem i, Hieirinbotham, Professor I Bordewieck, Saunders. Quint, , Goode, Tongue, Zoza, Ciaschini, Hall, [64] rter, Mro o ,S,-,-o„,; R„ Third Rom. left to ngh ■r Fir t Rozi; hit to nzht: Hebert. LjaL o. Bulba. Markell, Murphy. Sfconi Row. Ljt to right: Wooldridge, Kuehn Campbell, Pacelli, King. Third Rom, left to right: Sikora, Pattison, Searle , Sommers. Joseph J. Bulba, ' 46 President Arthur Hebert, ' 47 Secretary George W. Laakso, Jr., ' A6 Vice-President Robert J. Markell, ' A6 Treasurer Professor Charles O. Baird, Jr. Faculty Adviser MEMBERS FROM THE CLASS OF 1946 Robert N. Kuehn Kenneth E. Palmer Roderic W. Sommers Edward S. Murphy Samuel J. Pattison, Jr. MEMBERS FROM THE CLASS OF 1947 Gorden H. Searles John Sikora Roy L. Wooldridge MEMBERS FROM THE CLASS OF 1948 Charles Axelrod John M. Campbell Alfred J. Pacelli, Jr. Donald B. Carter, Jr. JVortheastern UnivGrsily Civil Engineering Society [65] IniErican IiisHtute nf Clitniiiccil Eiiqiiieers Hyman Resnick. ' 46 Pr,;siJent Alfred J. Fleischmann, ' -46 Lewis Theoharous, ' 47 Secretary George P. Changelian, ' 46 I ' iie-PresiJent David R. Cahill, ' 47 Secoiiil Vice-Preiideni Professor Chester P. Baker Faculty Adviser MEMBERS FROM THE CLASS OF 194 6 Joseph B. Arots Herbert M. Johnson Joseph R. Kiernan George R. Peterson Leon R.ibin William C. Raftell Isadorc Shcinfinc MEMBERS FROM THE CLASS OF 1947 John A. Burbidge Arnold Carlin Richard W. Greenwood Harold Huckins George Koskoris Melvin J. Rosenfeld Alfred J. Scandura Anthony F. Tuccclli MEMBERS FROM THE CLASS OF 1948 Alfred H. Isenberg Lillian Kolodiz Manuel G. Koutrakis Marjorie V. Lundfelt Charles T. Mitchell. Jr. Francis J. Paris Norman Rubin - ' ' ' ]9 p " — - — B9 1 1- BB _jK f ' » ' :•» 1 ' V f ' — «i I E t " . 1 E vk ' . i 1 ' " fV M r Fi,!t Row. Irjt to right: Professor Baker. .Arots. Fl to right: Burbidge. Koskoris. Rubin. Kautrakis, Roseniel Isenberg, Rabin, Huckins, Sheinefin .uu, I ' .,fi.. Third Row. lilt to Tucelli, Scandura. [66] First Rotr. lejt to Nowell, Kaizerma rieht: Kaufman. Healy, Professor Ganong. Donnellan, Willett. Cowles. Second Roto, left to right: n, Spampinato, Deery, McDonough. Kennedy. Third Row, Irjt to right: Hunt, Woodbury. Twombly, Sweenle. James J. Donnellan, ' 46 President Grant S. Healey, ' 47 Secretary Edward R. Willett, ' 47 Publicity Director John H. Cowles, ' 47 Vice-President Howard N. Kaufman, ' 47 Treasurer Mr. Warren L. Ganong Faculty Adviser MEMBERS FROM THE CLASS OF 1946 Robert C. Twombly MEMBERS FROM THE CLASS OF 1947 Joseph H. Deery Thomas L. McDonough Richard L. Kennedy David R. Nowell George J. Selados Alexander A. Sweenie, Jr. Roderick V. Woodbury MEMBERS FROM THE CLASS OF 1948 Lewis L. Kaizerman Anthony L. Spampinato Snciety far the Advancement nf Management [67} [68} First Row. hit to rig. right: Carr, Mathes, or Combellack, Hall, Nowell, Twombly, Littlefield, Burbidge. Third Row, left to Robert C. Twombly, ' 46 Grand Master Richard W. Greenwood, ' 47 Grand Scribe David R. Nowell, ' 47 Vice-Grand Master Henry S. Hall, ' 48 Grand Chancellor Professor Wilfred J. Combellack Faculty Adviser Stanley W. Lovejoy, Jr., ' AC Roderick V. Woodbury, ' 47 Arthur K. Littlefield, ' 47 Brian H. Saunders, ' 48 J. Richard Brown, ' 49 Parker H. Carr, Jr., ' 49 John H. Cowles, ' 47 John A. Burbidge, ' 47 Roger.N. Tuttle, ' 48 Robert G. Harrison, ' 48 Mark H. Mathes, ' 49 David L. Thurrell, ' 49 MEMBERS OF THE FACULTY Prof. Wilfred J. Combellack Prof. J. James Devine Dean Harold W. Melvin Prof. George H. Meserve Mr. Albert E. Sanderson Prof. Ernest L. Spencer Prof. George W. Towle Dean William C. White IVu Epsilan Zeta Fraternity [69] [70] Fint Row. lejt to right: Waldens. Slkora, Arots. Sttond Row, left to right: Giroux, Doherty, Stankevich. John Sikora, ' 47 President Kenneth T. Walden, ' 47 Treasurer John B. Arots, ' 46 Social Chairman George E. Giroux, ' 49 Vice-President and House Manager Edward A. Stankevich, ' 49 Secretary Mr, George W. Hankinson Faculty Adviser Pledgee: John F. Doherty, Jr., ' 48 iROTHERS IN THE FACULTY Prof. Henry E. Richards Prof. Albert E. " Whittaker Prof. George E. Pihl Prof. Milton J. Schlagenhauf Dr. Elmer H. Cutts Phi Gamma Pi FralGrnity [71] [72] First Row, left to right: Searles, Catatti, Najarian, Cia5chini. Mr. Bordewieck. Srcond Row, Ult to right: Catterall, Bonasera, Tucelli, Mills, Hopkilns, Fleischmann, Peterson, Pacelli. Arthur A. Najarian, ' 47 President Walter A. Ciaschini, ' 47 Secretary Edward B. Catatti, ' 47 Vice-President Gordon H. Searles, ' 47 Treasurer Mr. Robert W. Bordewieck Faculty Adviser Salvatora J. Bonasera, ' 47 George W. Catterall, ' 48 John Christensen, ' 48 F. Thomas Daly, ' 48 Alfred J, Fleishmann, ' 46 Arthur J. Hilly, ' 48 Clifford D. Hopkins, ' 48 Ernest E. Mills, ' 48 Alfred J. Pacelli, ' 48 Roy J. K. Peterson, ' 48 Anthony F. Tuccelli, ' 47 IROTHERS IN THE FACULTY Prof. Laurence F. Cleveland Prof. Gerald R. Tatton Prof. Chester H. Wolowicz Dr. Reginald G. Lacount Sigma Phi Alpha Fraternity [73] Yacht Cliih W. MuNRO Hale, -18 Commodore Ali-ki ' i- J. Fleischmann, ' -(6 Vice-Commodore Martin E. Cohen, ' 41 Grant S. Healy, ' 47 Secretiiry-Treiisurer Fleet diplahi Professor Waldemar S. McGuire F,iiully Adrher EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Henry Chin, ' 48 Stuart M. Cooney, ' 48 Robert S. Welsh, 48 Marjorie Lundfelt, ' 48 The fall of 1938 found Northeastern without a nautical or{;anization, hut when the University was invited to take part in a regatta at M. I. T., as a non-member of the Intercollegiate Yacht Racing Association, two students — Ray Dion, ' 40 and Art Hartford, ' 40 — represented Northeastern on their own. They won the regatta. And they won .again when they unofficially represented N. U. the following spring at Brown, winning the I C. Y. R. A. non-member championship plaque for the second year. With two victories in a tough competitive field stowed away, the boys felt confident in going to Professor Parsons in the hope of organizing an official yacht club. They soon received his sanction, and Professor Rudolf O. Oberg was appointed adviser to the group. After dominating the field of associate members for a year, N. U. joined the major league of yachting when the invitation to membership in the I. C. Y. R. A. was extended in May, 1940. The club now competes against some twenty-five colleges, in the East, and extending as far west as the University of Michigan. During the winter, noon meetings were held with movies and talks. A Shore School was held in the spring for the benefit of novices. After successfully passing this requirement, actual instruc- tion with boats using the facilities of the Community Sailing Association was given, thus making possible daily sailing and racing from May 1 to October 15. Fmt Roa: Lundtelt. Second Row, hit to right: Welsh. Cooney, Fleischmann, Healy, Hale. Professor McGuii [74] Fust Row, lelt to right: Bandurski, Flynn, Kirschman, Bradv Rostn. Remer, Liker. McKmlav, Parrish Sicond Row left to n? i«: Chopek, Rothschild, Leo. Lewis Levm. Stiller, Kolp, Clark Third Row, left to nght: Osher, Yates, Ginsberg, Finneran, Leon, Freedman. Frances Rosen, President Lois Brady, ' A Secretary Calista Folsom, Vice-President Ruth Reiner, ' 4 Treasurer Miss Louise G. Marsh Faculty Adviser EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Selma Kirschman, ' 48, Chairman Florence Liker, ' 48 Grace P. McKinlay, ' 48 PUBLICITY COMMITTEE Donna Riseman, ' 49, Chairman Frances Lezberg, ' 49 Ruth Freedman, ' 49 ALL-UNIVERSITY COMMITTEE Barbara Parrish, ' 48, Chairman Barbara Clarke, ' 48 Rita Young, ' 48 Shelley Pearlman, ' 48 SOCIAL COMMITTEE Marjorie Lundfelt, ' 48, Chairman Charlotte Stiller, ' 48 Anastasia Bandurski, ' 48 MEMBERS Phyllis Batchelder Mary Bigelow Ruth Blotcher Priscilla Carey Stephanie Chopek Vivian Fain Marjorie Faunce Ruth M. Finneran Edythe Finkel Mary J. Flynn Mary Frenkel MEMB ERS Louisa J. Ashton Claire Cohen Jeanne L. Hillman FROM THE Eleanor Goldman Edythe Greenbaum Evelyn Griffin Lois Grossman Virginia Hadley Beverly C. Hirsh Mona L. Kennedy Lillian Kolodiz Dorthy Kolp Norma Levine Alice Lichwell Jean E. MacKay FROM THE ( Helen Kokoszka Evelyn L. Leone Eleanor Levin OF 1948 Dorothy MacKnight Pauline Novak Harriet Phillips Sylvia Resnick Hannah Rothschild Irma Rubin Harriet Schafer Virginia Shattuck Ursula Ullrich Helen Yates Chessie Zbikowska OF 1949 Charlotte Osher Martha Salvi Laura Solomon Dmega Sigma [75] Veterans ' Club Paul V. Shaughnessy PresiiUni Arthur K. Littlefield I ' ice-Presideni Professor John B. Pugsley Veterans ' Co-orditiJlar John W. Kaczanowicz Serretiiry George E. Giroux Bernard A. Barnes John ' . Bonquet, Jr. Murray R. Braverman Alfred L. Brody James H. Brown John S. Brown Edward J. Burdeau Bramwell A. Bury Leon VC ' . Bush Joseph H. Caputo Brian L. Casey Alan F. Gate Richard D. Clark Ernest M. Cook John J. Craven Edward F. Dacey Martin W. Donovan Ralph P. Dyer Seymour Feinberg Daniel M. Fox Albert Frager Richard W. Greenwood Henry S. Hall Burton C. Hoffman William Hoffman Clarence Husbands Roy W. Johnson Clayton W. Kennedy, Jr. George F. Kenney K. Charles Kopsiaftis Theodore i ' . Kudryk Frank Lambert (oseph E. Landry, Jr. rheung S. Lee « ' alter P. Lee Calvin T. Margolis Edward B. Mazzotta Andrew J. McNeill Anthony Miceli Edmund O. Miner Leo J. Mishner Sidney T. Mitchell James A. Murray, Jr. Kenneth F. Olsen Francis P. Oresteen Vito Piccirillo Robert F. Pierce John Preston Thomas L. Preziosi James M. Qua John F. Quigley Leon Rabin Herman E. Radke William C. Raftell Joseph F. Ricci Ralph T. Rotman William Ruminas, Jr. Fred Slater Roger O. Snowman Phillip Si lomon L. Antonio Spampinato Edward A. Stankevich Bernard F. Stone Emauel Sugarman John F. Sullivan, Jr. Norman R. Waddleton Ralph S. Wegman Murray H. Weinfeld Arnold P. Weiner Kurt Wessely Henry F. Whalen, Jr. Richard F. Whclpley Edward Willett Leonard Wolfson First Row • ' -: ;■: . . ir- k l.ir : Littlefield, Shaughri- .. K. r... :. Prexiosi, Spampinato. Second Rovj. Ujt to right: Snry, Cook, Wessely. Landry. Preston, Slater, Stone, Greenwood, Weinfeld, Willett. Third Row, lijt to right: Raftell, Johnson, Stankevich, Snowman, Quigley, Hall, Weiner, Rabin, Oresteen, Mitchell, Kennedy. [76] lit Bindiirski Rnr% tt, Hall. Shaughnessy, RODERIC W. SOMMERS, ' 46 President Ruth E. Reiner, ' 48 Librarian Irma S. Rubin, ' 48 Vice-President Professor Laurence F. Cleveland Faculty Adviser MEMBERS FROM THE CLASS OF 1946 David E. Higginbotham MEMBERS FROM THE CLASS OF 1947 Ernest M. Cook Richard L. Kennedy MEMBERS FROM THE CLASS OF 1948 Anastasia S. Bandurski Jack S. Barritt John T. Bell Lois Ann Brady Bramwell A. Bury Isadore N. Cooperman Vivian Fain Mary J. Flynn Isadore L. Gold Henry S. Hall Mona L. Kennedy Barbara A. Parrish Roy J. K. Peterson Frances Rosen Paul V. Shaughnessy Charlotte Stiller Chessie Zbikowska MEMBERS FROM THE CLASS OF 1949 Alfred H. Bloom Ruth L. Freedman Ruth H. .Goldberg Alice Haggis Hazel R. Jack Joseph E. Landry, Jr. Berjouhie Maranjian Nannette H. Marder Phyllis Milgroom Norman E. Ramsdell Donna S, Riseman Isabelle J. Roebrts Elinor A. Scholsberg Louise Silverman Bernard F. Stone Grace L. Ward Choral Society [77] Husky Plus Club MENfBERS FROM THE CLASS OF m4 6 Norman A. Anderson Cl.iyton W. Kennedy, Jr. Robert C. Twomhly Willl.im F. Sullivan MEMBERS FROM THE CLASS OF 19 4 7 John H. Cowles MEMBERS FROM THE CLASS OF 19 4 8 Lois Ann Brady Mariorie V. Lundfcit Grace P. McKinlay Barbara A. Parrish Frances Rosen Dean Harold W. Melvin Fjcully Adviser Husky Plus, organized August, 1944, is a volunteer service group of ten N. U. undergraduates whose primary purpose is to get out to Northeastern men in uniform service letters and copies of the AVict. The club meets only for work. First Rom. hit to right: Rosen, Parrish. Brady. Second Row. left to ri kt: Kennedy, Tworably, Anderson, Sullivan, Cowlei [78] First Row, 1,-lt to rii Second Row, Uft to right: Folin. ■: Weinfeld, Ashton, Har Rottenberg, Zambrano, I Chin. la, Corapi, Pa Robert G. Harrison, ' 4 President Earl M. Yavner, ' 49 Secretary-Treasurer Murray A. Weinfeld, ' 47 Vice-President Dean Charles W. Havice Faculty Adviser Thomas Chin MEMBERS FROM THE CLASS OF 1947 Vincent Corapi Louis Simeone MEMBERS FROM THE CLASS OF 1948 Charles Axelrod John B, Morrice Alfred Pacelli, Jr MEMBERS FROM THE CLASS OF 1949 Seymour Berman Jose Biamon Nicholas Cirillo, Jr. Tamara DeLuty Robert Evans Charlotte Fertel James M. Gallagher George Lee Herbert A. Lerner Berjouhie Maranjian Albert Meltzer Frances M. Myers Jocol Rosewan Martin Rottenberg Jose P. Salas Tito P. Salas Elinor Scholsberg Marion Taylor Alvaro Umana June Wiskind Rafael Zambrano CosmopDlitan Club Commission of the Northeastern Student Union [79] Baseball Russell A. Stiles, ' 47 (N) C.ipt.ihi Mr. Emanuel A. Flumf.re Coach Mario Alves, ' 47 George A. Beckett, ' 45 (N) A. Alfred diScipio, ' 49 (N) Carl W. Eschelbach, ' 48 George E. Giroux, ' 49 (N) Robert N. Huckins, ' 45 William A. Maida, ' 45 Eugene H. Messier, ' 48 (N) Frank J. Ros.ito, ' 47 (N) Kourkcn Samuelian, ' 47 Jerome P. Sawtelle, ' 48 (N) Paul V. Shaughnessy, ' 48 John Sikora, ' 47 John J. Smialek, ' 46 (N) Edward A .Stankevich, ' 49 John J. Stuart, ' 48 Alexander N. Tedesco, ' 49 Roger N. Tuttle, ' 48 (N) Charles B. Wyman, ' 49 Stanislaus J. Zbozen, ' 49 (N) I N. U. Opp. N. U. Opp. U. of Connecticut 5 5 Harvard 5 9 W. P. I. 1 2 U. of Maine 9 1 U. of New H.impshire 8 7 U. of New Hampshire 1 3 9 U. of Connecticut 3 6 Bates 6 7 Bates 8 7 U. of Maine 10 4 . ' sal ©V V ' ( J ' ' % ' » " 1 ' " " « • " ■ . f " " t i. „.t. Jic-j: h-t to right: Zbozen. dlScipio, Beckett. Samuelion, Stiles. Stuart Giroux. Rosato Srcond Row. UH to ' : Stankevich, Maida, Shaughnessy, Eschelbach. Huckins Messier, Tuttle TAiri Row. lift to right: Coach Flumere. Sautelle, Wyman. Smialek, Sikora, Tedesco. [80] Cli ■M ' i5 [82] [83] [54] [85] [86] [87} a- 1 jJJjJJJLLSI [88} , liniifj ii iiij [89} [90] The Uin of ' 47 1945 JUNE GRADUATES The time l.ipse between the piiblii tlion of the 1946 .o ' J 1947 sections of this Cauldron has brought about a number of changes in the faculty. It has been found necessary in order to give a complete picture of the faculty to list these changes. On September 1, 1945, Profcstior Roger S. Hamilton was appointed to tli« " post of Dean of the College of Business Administration replacing Robert Hnice who had served as Acting Dean of the College since the resignation of Dean Asa S. Knowles. Mr. George W. Hankinson was appointed Assistant to tlie Director of Ad- missions in December 19-14. Mr. Hankinson formerly served as Instructor in Civil Engineering. Miss Louise G. Marsh. Instructor in Physics, has been appointed Adviser to Women Students. Mr. Eugene G. Pare of the Department of Drawing. wln was on loan to Tufts College for a vear. returned to Northeastern in October 19-14. In September 1944, Mr. Saverio Cerullo was appointed Instructor in Eco- nomics and Accounting. He holds the B.S. and M.B.A. degrees from Boston University. Dr. Blanche B. Daly rejoined the staff as a lecturer in the Department of Biology on a part-time basis in September 1944. Dr. Daly served in this Depart- ment in 1943. She received the A.B. from Hunter College, the M.Sc. from New York I niversity. the M.A. from Radcliffe. and the Ph.D. from Boston University. Mr. Edmund W. Fenn joined the staff as an Instructor in History and Gov- ernment beginning with the spring term, 1945. Mr. Fenn is a graduate of Wil- liams College and holds the degree of Master of Arts from Harvard University. Mr. David E. Higginbotham was appointed Instructor in Physics. He re- ceived his S.B. degree in the field of electrical engineering from Northeastern December 1944. and is a member of the Epsilon Chapter of the Tau Beta Pi Association. Dr. Herbert Moller came to Northeastern in September 1944 as Instructor in German. Dr. Moller has studied at the L niversities of Heidelberg, Berlin, and Frankfort in Germany and received the Ph.D. from Boston I ' niversity. Mr. Horace Reynolds joined the Day College faculty as Instructor in Eng- lish December 11. 1944. Mr. Reynolds holds degrees A.B. and A.M. from Har- vard University where he majored in the field of English. Mr. Robert W. Bordewieck has accepted an appointment to the Department of Electrical Engineering at the Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Mr. Emanuel A. Flumere has resigned his coaching duties here at North- eastern to give full time to coaching for the Maiden High School. Mr. Samuel A. Stone has gone into war industry and is working for the Polaroid Company. Miss Pauline F. Sullivan of the Biology Department is now doing research work at Radcliffe. [92] Mr. Eugene George Pare was born December 20, 1915, in Lynn, Massachu- setts. He now resides in Reading with his wife, two sons, and daughter. Mr. Pare attended Tufts College where he graduated in 1937 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering. A year later, he received his Master of Ed- ucation degree at the same college. In addition to his teaching duties ?.t N. U. he has worked as a surveyor for the Conti Construction Compnay; draftsman for the Mason-Neilan Regulator Com- pany; teacher for three years at Way- land High School in English, Mathe- matics, and Science and coach of basket- ball, and assistant coach of baseball and football. E U 6 E K E G. PARE ULier Mr. Pare came to Northeastern as instructor in both Engineering Draw- ing and Mathematics in 1941. He left on leave of absence to go to Tufts College in 1943 where he taught in the Engineering Drawing Department and was Assistant Coach of Cross Country on the Navy Program. Mr. Pare returned to Northeastern in 1944, and resumed his duties in the Engineering Drawing Department. He became Class Adviser to the class of 1947, Head Coach of Baseball, and Adviser to the Intramural Basketball League. [93] Cosmo Abboiulaiite 31 Rose Street, Somerville Mechimicnl Ennineeriiiji Cosmopolitan Club 1, 2. 3, 4. 5 ; Che M. E. 3. 4, S 5; A. S. William J. Arvcdon 2 " ) Gibb.t Street, lirookliite. Liberal Arts English I ' ews 1, 2. Mantifrinf! Editor 3; Student Union 1, 2; Stu- dent Council 2. 3, 4; Drnmnlic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Literary Club 3 Jason B. Baker 44 Supple Road Roxbury Mechaniail Engineering Manager Football Squad 1; A. S. M. E. 3, 4, 5 [94] Charles R. Blanchar d 324 Main Street, Nashua, New Hampshire Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. 3, 4, 5 Jerome H. Bloom 395 Harvard Street, Brookline Electrical Engineering Freshman Honor List; A. I. E. E. 2, 3, 4, 5 CO-OPE:iATIVE WORK General Electric Co. . . . West Lynn . . . Plcint Layout Salvatore J. Bonasera 217 Lexington Street, East Boston Business Administration Sigma Phi Alplia; Intramural Basketball 5 [95] Waller W. BordewiPfk 274 Weston Road. Wellesley Electrical Engineering Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3; Interniilionnl Re- lations Club i; A. I. E.E.i,i,5 CO-()I EUATIVK WORK General Radio Co. . . . Cambridge . . . Inspector Ralph G. Briggs, Jr. Main Street, Upton Meclinnicnl Engineering Beta Gamma Epsilon; Interlraternity Softball; A. S. M. E. 3, 4, 1 ice-President 5 CO-OPERATIVE WORK. Bay State Abrasive Products Co. . . . Westhoro . . . Lab- oratory Assistant - John A. Burbidge 62 Chase Avenue, Lexington Chemical Engineering Nu Epsilon Zeta; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2; Class Basketball 5 CO-OPERATIVE WORK Angier Products, Inc. . . . Cambridge . . . Foreman [96] David R. Cahill 12 Early Avenue, Medford Chemical Engineering Beta Gamma Epsilon; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 5; Interclass Basketball 3; Student Council 4, Vice-President 5; President Junior Class; Yacht Club; A. I. Ch. E. 2; Class Representative 3, Vice-President 4, 5; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges; A. C. S. 2, 3, 4, 5 co-ope:!Ative work First National Stores . . . Somerville . . . Laboratory Assistfmt Arnold D. Carlin 1161 Commonwealth Avenue, Allston Chemical Engineering Freshman Honor List; Intramural Swimming 1; Basket- ball 4, 5; Softball 4, 5; Band; Chess Club; Representa- tive Senior Week Committee; A. I. Ch. E. 2, 3, 4, 5; A. C. S. 2, 3, 4, 5 CO-OPESATIVE WORK Consolidated Bisquit . . . West Roxbury . . . Baker, Mixer Edward B. Catotti 9 Linden Street, Williamstown Liberal Arts — Chemistry Sigma Phi Alpha; Fraternity Vice-President 4, Treasurer ; A.l. Ch. E.2; A. C. S. 3, 4, 5; Yacht Club 4, 5 CO-OPERATIVE WORK The Gaevert Company of America, Inc. . . Williamstown . . . Laboratory Assistant [97] Artliiir L. Chase ly Kilton Strevl. Tiuintim Mechanical Enninevriitj: Beta Gamma Epsilon; Glee Club 1, 2; Yarhl Club I, 5; A. S. M. K. 3, Secretary 4, President f) CO-OPERATIVE WORK General Electric Plastics Division . . . Taunton . . , Tool Room Repair man Thomas W. F. (hiii 475 Broadway, Chelsea Mecluinical Engineerinf! Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Student Council 4, 5, Treasurer S ; Class Secretary 3 ; Class Treas- urer 4, 5; Senior (Teefe Committee 5; Cosmopolitan Club 3, 4; . S. M. E. 3. 4. 5, Publicity Chairman 4, 5 CO-OPEIATIVE WORK Tlie Reece Button-Hole Machine Co. . . . Boston . . . Milling Machine, Drill Press Operator Walter A. Ciaschini « 4 19 Market Street, Northampton Electrical Engineering Sigma Phi Alpha; Yacht Club 4, 5; Rifle Club 1; A. I. E. E. 2, 3, 4, 5; Interjraternity Council 4, 5; Senior Week Committee; Class Secretary 4 [98] Ernest M. Cook 15 Albermarle Road, Waltham Mechanical Engineering Beta Gamma Epsilon ; Fraternity Vice-President 5 ; Stu- dent Council 5 ; Choral Society 1, 2, 3, President 5 CO-OPERATIVE WORK Sanborn Co. . . . Cambridge . . . Assembly — G N Eng. Co. . . . Boston . . . Shipper, Receiver, Stock Room Vincent Corapi 69 Forest Street, W atertown Mechanical Engineering Student Union 2; Cosmopolitan Club 1, 4, 5, President 2,i; A. S. M. E. Program Chairman 5; Rifle Club 3 CO-OPERATIVE WORK Electro Products Co. . . . Waltham . . . Machinist — H. K. Carter Co. . . . Everett . . . Machinist — Boston Maine R. R. . . . Boston . . . Machinist Helper 68 Victoria Road, New Britain, Connecticut Mechanical Engineering Nu Epsilon Zeta; Dean ' s List 3; Intramural Basketball 5; Student Council 4, President 5; Cauldron Board 4, 5, Editor-in-Chief 5; Band 2; Class President S; S. A. M. 5, Vice-President 4; A. S. M. E. 3, 5, V ice-Chairman 4, Cliair- man 4; Husky Plus Committee 4, 5; fVho ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges co-dpe:!Ative work Fafnir Bearing Co. . . . New Britain, Conn. . . . Inspector — Terry Steam Turbine . . . Hartford, Conn. . . . Turbine Tester John H. Cowles [99] Howard M. Durry 53 South Central Street, Brndford Liberal Arts — Chemistry Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; A. C. S. 2, 3, 5, lici--r resident 4 COOPOATIVE WORK Tyer Rubber Co. . . . Andover . . . Laboratory Assistant Joseph II. Decry 83 St. Rose Street. Boston Business A dm in istrat ion Intramu ral Basketball 5; .S. A. M. 2, 3, 4, 5; Laiv and Accounting Club 2. 3, 4. 5 CO-OPKKATIVR WORK Sears Roebuck Co. . . . Boston . . . Clerk— Murray Co. . . . South Boston . . . Laborer — Fore River Ship Yard . . . Quince ' . . . Marker James J. Douvilie 800 Worcester Street, Wellesley Liberal Arts — Economics Student Union 4, Pops Chairman 5 ; Band 1, 2 [100] Nathan Freedman 153 Howard Avenue, Roxbury Electrical Engineering Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; A. I. E. E. 2, 3, 4, 5; Dean ' s List Scholarship 3, 4 CO-OPERATIVE WORK National Co. . . . Maiden . . . Assembly Alex R. (liarrusso 6 Quincy Street, Methuen Business Administration Intramural Basketball 5; Law and Accounting Club; S. A. M.; Member of Senior Committee Herbert J. Goulston 6 Shailer Street, Brookline Liberal Arts — Pre-Medical Band 1; Baseball S; A. C. S. 3 [101} Georjje F. (Jowen C.hih 677 Dudley Street. Donhesler Liberal Arts Enplish Student Inion Ciibinet 4, S; News 3. h Ihniiidth 4, 5; Literary Club 3, I CO-OPKIATIVK WOIIK Boston Globe . . . Boston . . . Itviid oj Idvvrtisinji Hep- resenlatives Lawrence P. Graves 52 Circuit Park. Melrose Industrial Engineerinp Rifle Club 1; Yacht Club 2; A. S. M. E.; S. A. M.; E. R. C. CI OPE1 TIVB WORK Tucker Concrete Form Co. . . . Maiden . . . Drajtsnum — Service Caster and Truck Co. . . . Somerville . . . Machine Shop — General Electric Co. . . . Lynn . . . Student Engineer Richard W. Greenwood Iki East Mill Street, Hopkinlon Chemical Engineering Nu Epsilon Zeta; Dean ' s List 3, 5; Inlerfraternity Soft- ball and Bowling 3, 5; Student Union 1, 2, 3; A. 1. Ch. E. 2, 3, 5, Treasurer 4; A. C. S. 4, 5; Fraternity Secretary 4, 5; Interfraternal Council Vice-President 4, 5; Senior Class Social Chairman ; Husky Plus Club 5, In the class of ' 44: Chairman Freshman Cabinet; Vice-President in Sophomore Year; Middler Dunce Committee; Junior Cauldron Staff; Alumni President; Veterans ' Associa- tion, 2nd Lieutenant in Reserves CO-OPE1ATIVE WORK Consolidated Biscuit Co. . . . West Roxbury . . . Produc- tion Worker — British Purclujsing Comm. at National Fire- works, Inc . . . West Hanover . . . Inspector Commercial Filters, Inc. . . . South Boston . . . Laboratory Assistant [102] Grant S. Healy Union Point, Webster Mechanical Engineering Beta Gamma Epsilon; Fraternity Treasurer 3, President i, 5; Interclass Basketball 5; A. S. M. E. i, 5; S. A. M. Secretary 4, 5; Yacht Club Executive Committee 3, Fleet Captain 4, Vice-Commodore 5 ; Husky Plus 4, 5 ; Interfra- ternity Council 5 CO-OPEIATIVE WORK General Electric Co., River Works . . . Lynn . . . Tool Job — Stevens Linen Works, Inc. . . . Webster . . . Maintenance Arthur Hebert Highland Road, Tiverton, Rhode Island Civil Engineering Student Council 4, 5 ; Class Secretary 5 ; Senior Week Committee 5; Cauldron Board 4. 5; A ' . U. C. E. S. 2, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4, President 5; Yacht Club 1, 2 CO-OPE3ATIVE WORK V. S. Engineers Department . . . Bedford . . . Concrete and Asphalt Inspector Harold A. Huckins, Jr, 98 Lewis Road, Belmont Chemical Engineering Dean ' s List 2 ; Track Team 2, 3 ; Intramural Basketball 3, 5 ; Intramural Softball 1, 2 ; News, Photographic Staff 3, Photographic Editor 3.. 4, 5; Chess Club 1, 5; A. C. S. 4, 5; Yachting Club Skipper 3, 4, 5; Cosmopolitan Club 5; A. I. Ch. E. 4, 5 [103] Robert U. Hunt 5 Collage Streel, Easl Weymouth Business Administration Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 3, 4; Intvrlruternity Club 4, 5; S. A. ;W. 4, 5; Law and Accounting Club 2 Leo C. Jerzyk 19 Hardy Street, Salem Liberal Arts — Economics Sociology Internntional Relations Club 2, 3; German Club 2, Sec- retary 3; Dramatic Club 2. 3 Richard E. Johnson 31 Congress Street, Walpole Mechanical Engineering Beta Gamma Epsilon; Fraternity Treasurer; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 4; Intramural Basketball; A. S. M. E. CO-OPESAnVE WORK Bird Son . . . East Walpole . . . Helping Shipping Gang [104] Howard L Kaufman 42 Wainwright Street, Dorchester Mechanical Engineering Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Treasurer S. A. M. 5; A. S. M. E. 3, 4, Social Chairman 5; Rifle Club I Richard L. Kennedy 381 Lawrence Road, Medford Business Administration Freshman Honor List; Student Council 5; News 4, Cauldron 4, 5, Business Manager of News, Cauldron ; N. U. Choral Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 5; S. A. M. 3, i. Treasurer 5; Law and Accounting Cluh 2, 3 George P. Koskoris 130 Bird Street, Dorchester Chemical Engineering Science Club 1; Yacht Club 3, i, 5; A. L Ch. £. 4, 5; A. C. S. 2, 3, 4, 5 [105] Rov f. Lail)lc 69 Albnno Street, Rosliii liile Liberal Arts —Chemistrv A. C. S. 3, 4, 5 CO-OPESATIVE WOHK Steadfast Rubber . . . Muttapan . Chemist Assistant litibber Robert S. Lang 30 Howard Street, North Weymouth Mechanical Enf ineering Beta Gamnui Epsilon; Fraternity Secretary; Intramural Softball 1, 3; Intramural Basketball 5; A. S. M. E. CO-OPEHATIVK WORK Bethlehem Steel Corp. . . . Quincy . . . Draftsman ax Leiter Salem Street, W ilmington Liberal Arts — Pre-Medical Glee Club 1, 5 [106] Lester B. Linsky 244 Chestnut Street, Chelsea Electrical Engineering Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 5; News 1; A. L E. E. 2, 3, 4, 5 Arthur K. Littlefield 29 Oxford Avenue, Bradford Liberal Arts — Psychology Nu Epsilon Zeta; Freshman Honor List; Deans List 2, 3, 4, 5; Student Council 3, Publicity and Civic Affairs Chairman 4, 5 ; News, Editorial Board 3, Editor-in-Chief 3, 4, 5 ; Dramatic Society Publicity Committee 4 ; Repre- sentative to Model Congress of Students 4, Provisional Chairman 4 ; Vice-President Veterans Association 4, 5 ; Senior Week Committee 5; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges CO-OPERATIVE WORK F. S. Mosley Co. . . - Boston . . Stock Messenger and Mail Clerk Thomas G. MacAnespie 601 East Eighth Street, South Boston Mechanical Engineering Freshman Honor List; A. S. M. E. 3, 4, 5; Chess Club 2, 3 CO-OPERATIVE WORK Atlantic Research Associates . . . N ewtonville . . . Drafts- man, Designer, Layout — NyLite Corp. . . . South Boston . . . Sheet Metal W orker — Stevens-Arnold, Inc. . . . South Boston . . . Assembly and Wiring of Control Panels for Machinery [107] Azad Maraiiiiaii 384 North Bedford Street, Etist Bridgewater Liberal Arts Psycholo iy, Sociology Demi ' s List 3, 4; Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Charier Member and Co-organizer of Literary Club; Interna- tional Relations Club Thomas L. McDoiiuiioli 604 Western Avenue. Lynn Mechanical Engineering Dean ' s List ' 4; Intramural Basketball 5, Captain 5; Intra- mural Softball 1. 3; News 1; Cauldron Staff 4, Formal Pictures Editor 5; A. S. M. E. 3, 4, Secretary 5; S. A. M. 4, Secretary 5; Alumni Treasurer CO-OPERATIVE WORK General Electric Co., River Works . . . Lynn . . . El ec- trical Engineering Department James E. Mrose 42 Prosper Street, Maiden Electrical Engineering Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 3, 5; A. I. E. E. Sec- retary-Treasurer 3, V ice-Chairman 4, Cluiirman 5; Alumni y ice-President CO-OPERATIVE WORK Boston Edison Co. . . . Boston . . . Laboratory Test W ork [108] Arthur A. Naiarian 180 High Street, Lawrence Electrical Engineering Sigma Phi Alpha; Interfraternity Softball 1; Fraternity House Manager 2, Secretary 3, President 4, Executive Council S; A. I. E. E. Executive Committee 2, 3, 4, 5; Class Vice-President 4, 5; Interfraternity Council 5 CO-OPERATIVE WORK General Electric Co., River Works . . . Lynn . . . Assistant Foundry Control Engineer David R. Nowell 90 Madison Street, Fall River Mechanical Engineering Nu Epsilon Zeta; Fraternity Secretary 3, Vice-President 4; A. S. M. E. 3, 4, 5; S. A. M. 4, 5 CO-OPERATIVE WORK Firestone Rubber Latex Products Co. . . . Fall River . . . Student Engineer Nathan Rose 123 Lucerne Street, Dorchester Liberal Arts — Psychology Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 ; Student Union 2, 3, 4, 5 [109] Melviii J. lUsciileld 8:i U iilmii Slri ' Pl. Cliplipii Clieni ical Eiininverina Freshniaii Honor List; Intriimuriil Basketball 4, 5; Soft- ball t. 5; Rifle Club; A. I. Ch. E. 3, 4, 5, Council 2; A. C. S. 3, 4, 5 CO-OPEBATIVE WOIIK American Finish Chemical Co. . . . Chclsra . . . lab- oratory Assistant Allied J. Niaiiiliira 38 Sargent Street, Latvrence Chemical Engineering Intramural Basketball 3, 5; Softball 4, 5; Swimming 1; Band 1: A. C. S. 3, 4, 5; A. I. Ch. E. 2, 3, 4, 5, Vice- President Gordon H. Searles 16 Benefit Street, W orcester Civil Engineering Sigma Phi Alpha; N. U. C. E. S. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 5; Fraternity Treasurer 4, Secretary 5 CO-OPERATIVE WOSK Boston Albany R. R. . . . Boston . . . Chfiinman rno] George J. Selados 1740 Washington Street, Boston Business Administration Football 1 ; Basketball 5 ; Intramural Basketball 5 ; S. A. M.; Laiv and Accounting Club CO-OPERATIVE WORK Loomis Sayfest Co., Inc. . . . Boston . . . Stock Changes Recorder and General Office Work Alfred P. Sieklucki 19 Plymouth Street, Hartford, Connecticut Electrical Engineering Track 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2; A. I. E. E. Secretary-Treas- urer 4, V ice-Chairman 5 CO-OPERATIVE WORK Research Construction Co. . . . Cambridge . . . Radio As- sembler — Submarine Signal Co. . . . Boston . . . File Clerk — Spencer Turbine Co. . . Hartford . . Sheet Metal Worker John Sikora 12 Demond Street, Springfield Civil Engineering Phi Gamma Pi; Fraternity President 5; Baseball 3, 5; Intramural Basketball 5 ; A . V. C. E. S. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 5 CO-OPERATIVE WORK N. Y., N. H. H. R. R. . . . Hartford . . . Railroad Inspector [111] Reiiboii J. Silver 505 Main Street. West Meiiiaiy Liberal Arts Psycholof-y Fresltman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, I), 1, Comlit Award; Student Union 3. 4. 5 Louis S. J. Simeone 31 South Main Street, Cohitsset Liberal Arts — Mathematics Dean ' s List 4, 5; Track 3; Cosmopolitan Commission 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Russell Stiles 34 Curtis Street, Weymouth Liberal Arts — Economics — Sociology Baseball 1, 2, 4, 5, Captain 3 [112] Alexander A. Sweenie, Jr. Labor-in-V ain Road, Ipswich Business Administration Freshman Honor List; Intramural Basketball 5; S. A. M. 4, 5 ; Law and Accounting Club 2 ; Cosmopolitan Club 1 ; I. R. C. 2 CO-OPEBATIVE W03K Sylvania Electric Products . . . Danvers . . . Cost Clerk — General Electric Co. . . . Lynn . . . Cost Clerk John K. Taylor Park Lane, Northboro Mechanical Engineering Interclass Basketball 5; A. S. M. E. CO-OPERATIVE WORK Bay State Abrasives . . . Westboro . . . Rate Setter — N. Y., N. H. H. R. R. . . . Hartford . . . Draftsman— B. S. Roy Sons . . . Worcester . . . Lathe Operator Carl Tinglof, Jr. 2227 fFashington Street, Canton Mechanical Engineering Phi Gamma Pi; Intramural Baseball 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 5; A. S. M. E. CO-OPERATIVE WORK Electro Products Co. . . . Waltham . . . Machinist [113] Bon II. Toiione 12 Silencer Street. Sjiriii field Eleclriiiil Kiifiiiieeriiti: Freshman Honor List; Demi ' s List 2, 3, 4. !j 2, 3; . R. E, 5; Music Appreciiilion Hour 1 C()-()PKHAT1VK WORK Jf ' estiniilioiise Electric Mnnujiicturinii t ' .i Sprinjijivlil . . . Lnhoriilory Assistant in Department A. I. E. E. . . . . East Engineering AnthoiiY F. Tiiccelli 14 Ten Hills Road. Some.rville Chemical Eniiineeriiij ' Sigma Phi Alpha; Intramural Basketball, Softball 4, A. L Ch. E. 2, 3, 4. Treasurer 5; A. C. S. 2, 3, 4, 5 CO-OI ' KRATIVK WOItK Rust Proofing Finishinji Co. . . . Cambridge . Assistant Shipper Vahan C. Vorperian 21 Symphony Road, Bo.fton Business Administration Sigma Society; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Intramural Basketball 5; Sigma Society Award 2; Charles Hay den Scholar.ship 1 CO-OPERATIVE WORK Sears Roebuck Co. . . . Boston . , . Sales Clerk — Jack- son Moreland, Engineers . . . Boston . . . Cost Clerk [114] Kenneth T. Walden 18 Franklin Street, Northampton Mechanical Engineering Phi Gamma Pi; Fraternity Treasurer 4, 5, Social Chair- man 3; Varsity Football 1; . S. M. E. 3, 4, 5; Senior Week Com,mittee 5 ; Cosmopolitan Club 1, 2 Robert L. Watson 2321 Washington Street, Newton Lower Falls Liberal Arts — English Murray A. Weinfeld 9 Verrill Street, Mattapan Liberal Arts — English Cosmopolitan Club 4, 5, Vice-President 3; Literary Club 3; News 3, 4, Literary Editor; N. V. Veterans ' Association 3, 4, 5 ; Dramatic Society 4 ; Student Union 4, 5 ; Fresh- man Representative CO-OPERATIVE WORK Boston Globe . . . Boston . . . Business Office [115] Edward K. Willot ( 1 I ' lilniiT Street, Arlington {( si ic.s.s Atlministriitioii t ' re:ilinuiii llimor I. hi: I) f nil ' s List 2. 3, 4, S; Intrnmuriil Hiiski ' llxill I; Stutlvnl Council .i, I, 5; Stiideiil Union 3, 4. 3; iSews 3, I. Miiiiiifiinf; Editor; I eteriins ' Associiition; 5. A. M.; Charles lliiydvn Srlioliirsliip r.O-Of ' KUXTMK WOIIK ! ilioiwl Casket Co. . . . C.iiiiihridfiP . . . Clerk Roderick V. Woodbury 5 WaMnglon Court, Boston Mechanical Engineering JS ' ii Epsilon Zeta; Fraternity Pledge Chairman 5; A. S. M. E. 3, 4, 5; S. A. M. 4 5, President; Chess Club 4, 5; Alumni Secretary CO-OPEHATIVE WOHK Commercial Filters . . . Boston . . . Laboratory Tester oj Filters — Fore River Shipyard . . . Quincy . . . Pipe Fitter ' s Helper Roy L. Wooldridge 203 Fayette Street, Quincy Civil Engineering Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Cauldron Board 4, Managing Editor 5; I . U. C. E. S. 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 5; Senior Week Committee; Sears B. Condit Award 4 CO-OPERATIVE WOHK W. S. Crocker, C. E. . . . Boston . . . Rodman [116] Vincent L. Ysebaert 60 Wyman Street, Jamaica Plain Liberal Arts — Psychology News 3 ; Literary Club 3 Malvin M. Ynrko 14 Eldert Street. Brooklyn, New York Mechanical Engineering Freshman Honor List; A. S. M. E. 3, 4, 5 CO-OPERATIVE WORK Sperry Gyroscope Co., Inc. . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . Tester-Inspector George M. Zoza 198 M Street, South Boston Electrical Engineering Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 3; Chess Club 2, 3, 4, 5; . . E. E. 2, 3, 4, 5 CO-OPERATIVE WORK Boston Edison Co. . . . Boston . . . Laboratory Assistant [117] Senior Class Officers fir. R„!: 1,-tt l„ r. hl: S.ij.iri.m. lottli-. r,rv,-iuv,. «i. SVro.,, How. Ifll ' " nt i( : llchorl. Chill Senior Week f o ni ni i 1 1 e e First Row. Irll to risht: Hebert. N ' ajarian. Cowles. Greenwood. Chin Stcond Row. Iijt to riskt: Walden. Ciaschini. Carlin. Wooldridgc [118] RETROSPECTIO The passing of the Class of 1947 into the portals beyond the gates of Northeastern Uni- versity sees the passing of the first complete war-time class, the last but not least complete class of men students, the first class in which some were not able to participate in the co- operative plan, and a class that saw a decrease in campus life due to the war. Yes, we were the first completely war-time class — we went through college under the strain of war — we saw the enrollment of the school go from 2500 students to about 900 — it was a period when our professors were given leaves of absence to go with other col- leges, universities, or government agencies to help out in the war effort while the remain- ing ones took over the duties of those who had left. After our first year, co-eds began to appear on the campus. It didn ' t take long for them to become active in the school activities. Due to the full-time plan which came about in 1943, our class missed out on the benefits of the cooperative plan. As the war progressed, campus life de- creased. Organizations of the school kept losing so many of their key men that it was impossible to plan any campus affairs. Freshman Our start at Northeastern University began in July of 1942, plus a few of us who entered ten weeks later — remember the morning of filling out cards and then taking examina- tions, the talks given us by the professoi-s, and receptions? Looking back over it all now, those were the days when King Husky II met us in our first reception, when President Ell told us that we were doing as an important job coming to college as the servicemen are doing — when such activities as swim parties, professors and seniors Softball games were be- ing played — and an all-University roundup was being held. We were introduced to our Class Adviser, Professor Albert J. Lynd. This was the year we saw almost a normal activi- ties year — there were football rallies on the steps of Richards Hall — football games where even our class had players on the varsity squad and we could see King Husky II at all the games — and when we wafhed a year of normal activities of basketball, track, and cross country. Throughout the year, more and more fellows joined the Reserves — calis- thenics were held out in the parking lot — and students were being called up by the draft continually. Such were the activities and happeni ngs around the campus during our freshman year. While all these things were going on, our own class started to function. We held a dance in December at the Hotel Bradford. [119] This lieiii-: our first daiu-o «o voro very pleased with the success of the affair. It was a success hoth socially and financially. The fellows on the coniinittce planned and exe- (iiti ' il lilt ' laiu ' e wonderfully and were given iniiili credit after the dance. In Fehruary 1 )43, another dance was held at the I ' opley Phiza. The freshman class holdin-; a function at the Copley Plaza was novel to the upper- classmen for it had been a long time siiu-e the freshmen had felt confident cnt)ugh to plan. and make a success of. such an affair. Hut the dance went off with the satisfaction of all. Sophomore Class The hcfjiiuiin ' ; of our soj)homore year 1(1110(1 Uivision A out on cooi)erativc work while Division B still studied as freshmen. W hen we caught up to each other in studies, the cooperative plan on the ten-week hasis was put in the files and the college continued on a full-time basis. This came about by the war, and also because the Army program be- gan with our second term. Professor Lynd left school at this time, and Professor Antonio M. Mezzacappa took over as Class Adviser to our class. In the class elections Frank Watts was elected President of the class; Anthony Pan- discio elected Vice-Pri ' sident ; Mario Alves elected Secretary; Donald Philbrick elected Treasurer, and Walter Glazer elected Social Chairman. It was this year that our class held a joint dance with the frosh at the Cop- ley Plaza — another successful affair. During this year, the last group of Keserves left the college on their way to do their bit for the war effort. MiddliT Year Class elections were held the first part of tlu- semest( r in order to get busy on a class function, ' i ' he olTicers elected were: Presi- dent, Anthony Paiidiscio; Vice-President, Ma- rio Alves; Secretary, Thomas Chin; Treas- urer, Donald Philbrick. After elections, a class smok ' r was ] lanned. The success of the affair was placed in the hands of a committee of five. These fellows were: Tony Pandiscio, Marty Alves, Don Philbrick, Thomas Cain, and Cookie Samuelian. Credit was also given to Dave Cahill for his work. At the smoker, the night was noted by its entertainment. The master of ceremonies of the affair was Tony Pandiscio. We had a speaker from the Boston Globe by the name of Jerry Nason who was sports editor at that time. Entertainment was supplied by Sunya [120] Slane Goldman, Margie Hart Gotthardt, Ann Corio Yaniartino, and Gypsy Rose Lee Saniu- elian, who gave their imitation of languid and sultry dance routines. The smoker was a night of hilarious and exciting entertainment. Junior Year Our junior year was a quiet one in the line of class activities. The quietness seen over the whole campus this year — there seemed to be a let-down because of the rapid pace that we were getting our schooling, the heat of the summer, and loss to the services of Anthony Pandiscio and Mario Alves. The officers elected were: David Cahill, President; Arthur Najarian, Vice-President; Walter Ciaschini, Secretary, and Thomas Chin, Treasurer. The semester was highlighted by Pops Night com- bined with the girls of Simmons. During this year we changed Class Adviser again. Mr. Eugene Pare took over Professor Antonio M. Mezzacappa ' s duties. Senior Class The time certainly passed quickly, for be- fore we knew it we were seniors. Goi ng to school on the full-time basis was a fast and rapid pace. Class elections were held, and the officers elected were: President, John H. Cowles; Vice-President, Arthur Najarian; Secretary, Arthur Hebert; Treasurer, Thomas Chin; and Social Chairman, Richard Green- wood. The activity of the year was the Val- entine Dance. The ball was held at the New England Mutual Hall with Ruby Neuman ' s orchestra with the delightful Billy Crosby leading the band. The dance went along fine with refreshments served free to all, and the choosing of Miss Valentine. There were many beautiful girls to choose from, which made the competition keen. But the senior class still are the best pickers when it comes to tak- ing the most beautiful girls out. Ken Walden brought the winner, a member of our class. The dance flourished very well. There wasn ' t the usual heat and crowding of dances, but it was a comfortable and enjoyable affair. The rest of our senior year was spent mostly in the finding of our after-graduation employ- ment. We all had a lot of interviews, and some had the opportunity to go on trips to the various companies. Along the way, we had to plan for our senior week. And, it didn ' t take long for that week to catch up to us. The week was highlighted by an alumni banquet, and the formal senior dinner dance. The alumni banquet was fine. We met men who had graduated from school in previous years and talked with them informally about their successes. The dinner dance went off fine with everyone enjoying the last affair to- gether as a student class at Northeastern Uni- versity. And so we passed on, giving way to another class. [121] J()H. H. COWLES, ' 47 Presicirn t THOMAS W. F. CHIN, 47 Treasiirt ' r DAVID R. CAHILL. 47 Vice-President STANLEY W. LOVE JOY, ' 47 Secretary DEAN HAROLD W. MELVIN Faritlty Adviser Student C 11 n i i CLASS OK 1917 William J. Arvedon Arlliiir K. l.llllofieM Ktlwar.l R. Willel Arlliiir llt ' hiTt Kriifsl M. Cook Riiliaiil I.. Kfiiiu ' ily CLASS OF 1948 Paul V. Shnughnessy Marv n. Bigelow Lois A. Bra.ly Steplianif Cliopek Grace P. MrKinlay Edward C. Wallace Louis J. Gold CLASS OF 1949 Alfred diScipio EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS Harold Dybvik, ' 49 Jeanne L. Hillman, ' 49 Elliot V. Rice, ' 48 William Davidson, ' 48 Arthur J. Cunningham, ' 49 Firu How. Ujt lo richl: Hillman. Willett, Chin. Cowles, Cahill. Loveioy Bigelow. Snond Mom. Ujt to richl: Cook. Brady. McKinlay. Chopek. Davidson. Littlefield. Third RoK. lefl 10 riehl: Dybvik. Hebert. Shaughncssy. Kennedy [124] rst Raw. leit to right: Leach, Bi.rv. Sh.iud nd Row. left to right: Overton. Weinfeld, Pe PAUL V. SHAUGHNESSY, ' 48 President LOUIS I. GOLD, ' 48 Vice-President ROY J. K. PETERSON, ' 48 Treasurer SHELLY PEARLMAN, ' 48 Secretary DEAN CHARLES W. HAVICE Faculty Adviser ADVISORY BOARD Dean William C. White Dean Harold W. Melvin Dean Charles W. Havice Professor Edward S. Parsons COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Bramwell A. Bury, ' 48 James J. Douville, ' 47 Arthur K. Littlefield, ' 47 John B. Morrice, ' 48 Edward R. Willett, ' 47 COMMITTEE MEMBERS Louisa J. Ashton, ' 49 George F. Gowen, ' 47 Eleanor F. Leach, ' 49 Azad Maranjan, ' 47 Hannah H. Rothschild, ' 48 Student Union Cabinet [125] hoi. Everett C. Marstoii FACULTY ADVISER Arthur Hebert INFORMAL PICTURES EDITOR Richard L. Kennedy BUSINESS MANAGER [126] The ' 47 Umm BOIRD John H. Cowles EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Thomas I. McDonough PHOTOGRAPHIC EDITOR Roy I. Wooldridge MANAGING EDITOR [127] lEWS Klliot . Ki.-.-, " IHK Editi)r-in-C ' .hicf J. Riiliaril Hrowii. ISBA Managing Editor Jaiiu-s H. Brown. •-1.9E Acics Edititr Alfred J. Pa.elli. ' ISE Sports Editor Arthur Ciiniiingliatii. " l H.A Frnturc Editor L.o J. Ii hn.-r. " 490 A Makt ' -l p Editor Kurt Xesjiely. ■49E Photographic Editor Mark H. Math.-s. •49BA Businrss Manager Robert D. olff, •48LA Office Manager Lillian Kolodiz, ' 49E Circulation Manager Hebert Lenier. " 49E Advertising Manager Professor Everett C. Marston Faculty Adviser NEW S STAFF Willia.n S. Filler. ' WE Shirl.v HiiMsrii, " t )LA I ' raii.i M. MviTs. " mLA ihirol,! ral.-M.v, •| ' )K Kl.-.uu.r K. Vi alls. ' VrnX W illiam Yal.l.-n, ' t .A FKA ' ll HE STAFF Saul Hrodv. ' fMlA J(is-|)li Cies.iiiibeni. " t ' H.A Cranvill.- F. RcimI, ' ISFA Marvin Ropers. " tSLA Jaiol. Roseiiiaii. " I ' tLA Piiul V. Sliaii hn.-ssv. ' m.. Lois WaliliTia... n ' )l, Leomir.l W eis . •|«liA SPORTS STAFF E. Ne«,-ll Aiisiin. ' [HE Chari.-s Itlock, ' ' )E W illiaiii Mu. Iianaii. " WLA l.lvin R Hurslein ' t9BA Martin Grossack, ' SOLA Ernest E. Mills, ' 48E Mel Silvcrnian, ' 49E CIRCl LATION STAFF Esther Fafel. ' 19LA John Morri.e. •(KI.A Rulh R.inr. " tKLA Martin Rotlenherc ' t9E Alfon L. Ru.lsit, ' 49E Barbara Stone. ' 49LA Saniiial Simon. ' t9E Earl Yaviier. •t9E GENERAL STAFF Phyllis Dennett. ' J9LA Cerily M. Epstein. ' 49LA ADVERTISING STAFF Robert Weiner. ' 47E ph()T()(;raphic staff Allan Barnelt. ' 49BA Jo.seph Wolfson, •49E MAKE-UP STAFF Edgar T. Navin, ' 49BA First Row. ifil to rithl: Pacelli. J. Brown. R Brown. Rice. Cunn; tejt to right; Hanson. Crescimbeni. Leach. Pepin. Walts. Barnet. C Mills. Yalden. Sbaughnessy. Wii ». UU III right: Black, An [128] First R, left to right: Rothschild, Kaufman, Briggi Itearns, Chase, Harrison, Chin, McDinough Row, left to right: Lang, Nowell, Knowlton, H. Tayli chard, MacAnespie, Baker, Sandler, Moscatelli, Wiene Abbondante. Third Row. Uft to right: J Taylor, Yurko. Healy, Mills, Hoffman. Johnson. Walden, Cowles. Fourth Row, left to right: Preston. Levine. Lovejoy, Tinglof. Lambert, Woodbury. Turtle. Ca CLASS OF 1947 Cosmo Abbondante Jason B. Baker C. Reed Blanchard Thomas W. F. Cbin Ernest M. Cook Vincent Corapi John H. Cowles Grant S. Healy Richard E. Johnson Howard N. Kaufman Stanley W. Lovejoy, Jr. Robert S. Lang Thomas G. MacAnespie David R. Nowell John K. Taylor Carl Tinglof, Jr. Kenneth T. Walden Roderick V. Woodbury Malvin M. Yurko CLASS OF 1948 Ernest N. Austin Irving M. Cahn Evo Castelli David Feinzig Carl E. Fuller Edward Hoffman Frank Lambert Bernard G. Levine Felix MoscateUi Hannah H. Rothschild Henry D. Trowsdale Aaron M. Caplan Wilbur H. Farley Pauf Heffron Charles W. Knowlton Ernest E. Mills John L. Preston Hyman Sandler George S. Scruton Leonard Spitz Leon H. Steiff Harold E. Taylor Roger N. Tuttle Lester Wilber Robert Weiner ARTHUR L. CHASE, ' 47 Chairman RALPH G. BRIGGS, ' 47 Vice-Chairm an THOMAS L. Mcdonough, ' 47 Secretary ROBERT G. HARRISON, ' 48 Treasurer PROF. FREDERICK A. STEARNS Faculty Adviser American Society of Mechanical Engineers [129] JAMES E. MROSK. " 47 Chairman ALFRED P. SIEKLUCKI. IT I ice-Chairman JASON KLAYMAN. 48 Si ' cretary-Treasii ror PROFESSOR ROLAND G. PORTER Faculty Adviser liiiei ' iran Institute of Elpftriral Enoiiieers CILASS OF im Teroinc H. Bloom Wiillcr W. Uordcwicck Walloi- Ciusrliiiii Nalliiiii Frocdiiiiiii Li ' stor U. Liiisky Arllnir A. Nujariiiii Geoipe M. Zoza CLASS OF 1948 Alfred L. Brody Thi ' odor Brookor Vi ' illiaiii Davidson RolxTI Cost.-llo Pliilli[i (iai ' Mck R.issfll A. Johnson El-nest J. A. Landin John J. Leahy Raymond Odon L.-roy J. Raikliffo Brian II. Saunders Edwin P. Uses J L, First Rom. liit to right: Ciaschini. LInsky, Blr«m. Kiaym Uahy. Harris, Bordewick. Brody. Radcliffe. Freedman. V Zoza, Usi 1. Mrusc. SIcklucki, Naiarl.ln. SrronJ Row. Ir, . Davidson. Third Row. Ujl to right: Tonqii [130] First Rou: Ufl to right: Searles. Sikora. Hebcrt, Wooldridge Pacelli Second Rom, left to right: Barnes. Mastropieri, Lowell, Professor Baird. Axelrod, Eschelbach, Radio CLASS OF 1948 Charles Axelrod Bernard A. Barnes Donald B. Carter, Jr. John M. Campbell Carl W. Eschelbach David I. Lowell Alfred J. Pacelli Francis J. Mastropieri ARTHUR HEBERT, ' 47 President JOHN SIKORA, ' 47 Treasurer ROY L. WOOLDRIDGE, ' 47 Vice-President GORDON H. SEARLES, ' 47 Secretary PROFESSOR CHARLES O. BAIRD, Jr. Faculty Adviser lortheastern University Civil Engineering Society [131] ARNOLD D. CARLIN. ' 47 Prrsidrnt ANTHONY V. VI I ' .CKl.l.l. " 47 Secretnry ALFRED J. SCANDl UA. 47 t iri ' -Prcsidont MANLEL G. KOI IRAKIS, 48 Tr asiin ' r PROFESSOR CHESTER V. BAKKK Fnciilty .(( riser Aiiieiiraii Iiislitiile o[ (lieiiiiral Mmn CLASS OF 1947 John A. Burbiilge Diiviil R. Ciihill Richard W. (Jrcoiiwoo Hiiru KI A. Iliiikins r.forRc V. Koskoris Leon Riihiii WillKim Rafli-ll Mt4vin J. Rosenfeld CLASS OF 1948 Joseph Capiito IsadoiT rooporniaii Alfrrd II. lMid .-i|: I.illinn Kolodii Charles Minli.-II Nicholas l ' aiiili cio INnriiiiiii Riihin RoIhtI Walsh CLASS OF 1949 Jeanne Ililliiian Firit Row. lejt to rishl: Greenwood, Scandura, Carlin. Tucccll]. Roscn- feld Srcond Rote. Ifit lo right : Koskoris. Burbidge. Hillman. Cooper- man. Catottl. Cahill. Third Row. hit to right: Curry. Huckins. Laibic [132] AMERICA! CHEMICAL SOCIETY Fint Row Ufl to right Frenkel, Reiner kons, Rubin Holstein, Cooperman Kout , Cahill, Fritz, Isenburc, HuckM i. Salos, Curry. Rosen, Laible feld Mitchell, Cohen, Catotti Vo„.,. ,„„ i, Fibnman, Cotter, Tuccelli, Carlin, Wolfson Row hit to right: Kos- Third Row, left to right: EMANUEL SALOS, ' 48 Chairman ARTHUR A. VERNON Faculty Adviser CLASS OF 1947 Arnold D. Carlin Harold A. Huckins, Jr. David R. Cahill Melvin J. Rosenfeld Roy Laible Richard W. Greenwood Anthony F. Tuccelli George P. Koskoris Howard M. Curry Herbert J. Goulston, Jr. CLASS OF 1948 Charles T. Mitchell Alfred H. Isenberg Norman Rubin Manuel G. Koutrakis William A. McWilliams Bernard E. Lawson Isadora N. Cooperman Joseph A. Caputo Nicholas A. Pandiscio Lillian Kolodiz Frances Rosen Ruth E. Reiner Leo E. Topol Norma Levine Alfred Weiner Rita H. Ginsburg Leo D. Cohen Samuel Rosenfield Mona Kennedy Lois A. Brady Sarkis Vartanian Paul B. Lubell John T. Bell Francis Paris CLASS OF 1949 Walter Pollock Philip Perch Roger Gifford Edmund J. J. Podbielski Wladislaw Kaminsky Andrew J. McNeil Robert J. Leupold Edward A. Botan Richard Newmark Ira A. Wolfson Martin Rottenberg Earle Fritz Arthur C. Cotter Harry Fishman Jeanne L. Hillman Joseph F. Vozzella Bernard R. Stein Harris Holstein Samuel Spiegel [133] RODERICK V. W OODBl RV. 1 President THOMAS L. McDONOlGH. " 47 Sevrrtarv HOWARD N. KAl FMAN, 47 lice-Prt ' sicifUl RICHARD L. KENNEDY. 47 Treasurer MR. W ARREN L. GANONG Fnrtiltv (diiser MEMBERS Mark H. Mallu-s, M9 Harry H. Kilaliala. " 49 Roberl 11. Weiiu-r, ' 48 Davi.l R. Nowell, ' 47 Soriclv for I lie IdvaiKiMiieiil of MaiiaQX ' iiient Seatrrl: Woodbury. First Rom, Irft lo r Kita-Hata. Kennedy. Nowell. Second . Ujt to right: McDonough. Kaufman [134] First Rozi ' . left to right: Greenwood. Najar ' an, Cook, Pandiscio, Srcond Row, left to right: Ciaschini, Lovejoy, Healy ARTHUR A. NAJARIAN, ' 47 S. P. A. President RICHARD W. GREENWOOD, ' 47 N. E. Z. V ice-President ERNEST M. COOK, ' 47 B. G. E. Secretary-Treasurer PROFESSOR EDWARD S. PARSONS Faculty Adviser Nicholas A. Pandiscio, ' 48, P. G. P. George E. Giroux, ' 49, P. G. P. Walter A. Ciaschini, ' 47, S. P. A. Stanley W. Lovejoy, Jr, ' 47, N. E. Z. Grant S. Healy ' 47, B. G. E. Inter Fraternitj Council [135] STANLEY W. LOVE JOY, Jr., ' 47 Grand Master JOHN H. COWLES. 47 Grand Chancellor ROGER N. Tl TTLE. " 48 ice-Grand Master RICHARD W . GREENWOOD. 47 Grand Scribe PROF. WILFRED J. COMBELLACK Facultly Adviser CLASS OF 1947 Roileritk V. Woodbury Arlliiir K. Lilllefiold D ivi.l R. INo«oll John A. Uurl.i.ljir CLASS OF 1948 Henry S. Hall Bri;in II. S:iiin(lors J. Hirluird Brown Mark Mallios Frank l.aMiberl, Jr. Bernard A. Barnes Granville E. Reed James A. Rawnsley Robert G. Harrison CLASS OF 1949 David L. Tburrell Earl A. Brown Kenneth V. Olsen Robert F. Pierce Junies P. Terry Bernard F. Stone BROTHERS IN THE FACULTY Prof. Wilfred J. Conibellack Prof. J. James Devine Dean Harold W. Melvin Prof. George H. Meserve Mr. Albert E. Sanderson Prof. Ernest L. Spencer Prof. George W. Towie Dean William C. White III Gpsilon Zeta Finl Rov:. hit to right : Nowell. Greenwood. Tuttle. Lovejoy. Cowles Protege l jt to right: Barnes. Rawnsley. Lambert. Hail. Woodbury. Thurrell. Terry. J. Brown. Mathes. Stone. Olsen. E. Brown. Saunders. Ree( nbellack, Littlefield. Second Row Ison. Third Row. Irjt to right rce, Burbidpc [136) Firsl Row. Ifjl to Doherty. Stankevich. Mr, Hankinson. Pandisclo. SIkora, Tinglof, Page, Zbo Walden, Calden EDWARD A. STANKEVICH, ' 49 President BENNETT WAYLER, ' 49 Treasurer NICHOLAS PANDISCIO, ' 48 Social Chairman GEORGE E. GIROUX, ' 49 Vice-President and House Manager JOHN F. DOHERTY, Jr., ' 48 Secretary MR. GEORGE W. HANKINSON Faculty Adviser BROTHERS IN THE FACULTY Dr. Elmer H. Cutts Prof. George E. Pihl Prof. Henry E. Richards Prof. Milton J. Schlagenhauf Prof. Albert E. Whittaker MEMBERS Arthur Calderoro, ' 49 Ivan Page, ' 49 John Sikora, ' 47 Carl Tinglof. ' 47 Kenneth T. Walden, ' 47 Stanley Zbozen, ' 49 Phi (iamina Pi [137} WALTER A. CIASCHINI, ' 47 Prt ' sith ' nt EDW ARD B. CAIOTTI. 17 Treasurer GEORGE W. CATTERALL. 18 ice-Presidenl {•A)KUOy 11. SEARI.ES. •17 Srrn-tary MH. Willi VM WALLACE raculty Adviser S i g III a Phi i I p li a MEMBERS Snlvatoni J. BoiiaMM-a, " 17 Arllmr J. Hilly, 18 Eriiesi E. Mills. " 18 Alfi-. ' .I J. raiflli. 18 Arthur A. Najarian, ' 17 Roy J. K. P.-I.i nn. •!« Cluirlos G. Siuiili, -m Aiilliony F. Tii.celli, " 47 BROTHERS IN THE FACULTY Prof. Lnurenif I ' . Clrvi-hiiid Dr. R.-cinald (;. La.ount Pn.f. (i.-ral.l R. Talloii Prof. Chester U. Wolowicz First Row. hll to riehf. Mr. Wallace. Scarlcs. Ciaschini. Ca- totti Najarian S conJ Row. Irit to right: Bonascra, Smith, Hilly, Mills, Tuccelli, Pacclli [138] First Row. left to right: CahiU, Lang, Healy, Cook, Joh Second Row. Ujt to right: Dybvik, Briggs, Chase. Root GRANT S. HEALY, ' 47 President RICHARD E. JOHNSON, ' 47 Treasurer ERNEST M. COOK, ' 47 Vice-President ROBERT S. LANG, ' 47 Secretary DR. WILLIAM F. LUDER Faculty Adviser MEMBERS David R. Cahill, ' 47 Arthur L. Chase, ' 47 PLEDGES Ralph Briggs, ' 47 Harold Dybvik, ' 49 Lawrence D. Root, ' 49 BROTHERS IN THE FACULTY Prof. Emil A. Gramstorff Dr. " William F. Luder Beta 6 a in in a Epsilon [139] MUNROE W. HALE, ' W Commodori ' BERNARD A. BARNES, " 48 Secretary-Treasurer GRANT S. HEALY. " 47 J ire-Comni odorc HENRY S. HALL. 48 ROBERT S. WELSH. ' 48 Commitfee PROFESSOR W. S. McGl IRE A dviser CLASS OF I )I7 Davi.l R. Ciiliill A. 1,. C.lu.se Eilwanl n. CiiDlli WiilliT A. Cias.hiiii Haiol.l A. llii.kiiis Geoisr I ' . Koskoi-is Davi.l R. Nowell Alrxaiuler A. SwetMiio CLASS OF 1948 John T. Bell I. N. (loopermaii Alro.l II. Iseiilmri; Frank Laiiibcrl F.nianuul Salos Irving M. Saslaw Leonard Spilz Leon H. StcilT CLASS OF l )iy Cliarles W. Ayer Joseph A. ( " .ircio Davi.l J. (;ibbons Frederick W. Hiinson Jeanne L. Hillman Edfiar T. Navin Dorolliyan Sliavv James V. Terry, Jr. Norman R. Waddlelon CLASS OF 195) Lawrence M. Fisher Sidney Inaoft Christine L. Johnson F,n, Row Ult to nshl: Professor McGuire, llc.ly. H.le B,.rn«, Joh « % LrZu- eH to rkhf. Hillman, Cahill Welsh Chase. Catott,. K ! " Shaw. Third Row, U;t to righl : Salos. Huckms, Casch.n.. Hanson. Bell [140] First Row. left to right: Wolfson, Bi Lovejoy, Vozella. Second Row. kit to right: Oberg, JaA. Prifti, Professor Devine CLASS OF 1949 Allan A. Barnett Leo J. Gold Morton J. Greenburg Hazel R. Jack Jeryle L. Konowitz Herbert A. Lemer George W. Perkins Melvyn G. Prifti Samuel Waldstein RICHARD D. CLARK, ' 49 President PHILIP B. YOUNG, ' 47 Ordnance Officer STANLEY W. LOVEJOY, Jr., ' 47 Vice-President IRA A. WOLFSON, ' 49 Secretary-Treasurer PROFESSOR J. JAMES DEVINE Adviser Rifle Team [141] fliess Hub I.KONARl) P. KNTIN, ' 19 I ' rrsiiloiil I ' llll.ll ' S. rKKCll. -lo Si ' cri ' liiry SlllRl.KV M. IIAINSON. ' 19 Tmisiin ' r rUOl KSSOR JOSIilMI A. OOOLIDGE Faculty Adviser CLASS Ol ' 1917 Rod.Tick V. Woodhiiiy CLASS OK 1918 John T. Hell CLASS OF 1919 ... A ' . ■ ■: it .kui . H..n-n„. l rolc ' :or I ' .H.lUl SffonJ Ki t:-. Un ru n;A(: I ' atriquin. I ' epiii. Kr CRsman. l.inis.iri-vi.in, Carlson. Ritchie. Third Ron-. Ull to rifkl: Woodbiirj ' . Reeves. Borudu.tT. Brll Kolxit I!. Ansiis, Jr. Irviii); Itriidriick Kloiiiior K Carlson Lester (iihiKin Bernuril . KricuMiiaii Alice Lousiirevian Lawrence W. Palriquiii IMiyllis M. Pepin Warren M. Reeves Ki ' iini ' lli J. Rilcliie Cosmopolitan Club [l ' i:niiiiission of the Northeastern Student I ;m ' (» i] First Ro ' x leil lo right: .Aprizian. Corapi. Vec. Harrison, RottcnbcrE. Salos. Frcnkcl. Srcand Row. leji to rirhf Schneider. Wolfson. Cohen. Kita-Hata, DeLuty. Lerncr. Third Row. Ujt to right: Waldslcin. Huckins. Yalden ROBERT G. HARRISON, ' 48 President MARTIN ROTTENBERG. ' 49 Secretary ALFRED MELTZER, ' 49 Treasurer GEORGE YEE. ' 49 I ice-President DEAN CHARLES W. HA VICE Faculty Adviser CLASS OF 1947 Thomas Chin Vincent Corapi Harold A. Huckins, J CLASS OF 1948 Mary R. Frenkel Emanual .Salos CLASS OF 1949 Anna L. . prizan Simon Barman Clair Cohen Tamara E. DeLuty Anne Etwanik Esther Fafel Herbert Lerner Edward Levenson Israel M. Livingston Phyllis Milgrom Walter Pollak Jacob Roseman Abbie H. Schneider Elinor Schlossberg Louise Silverman Florence S. Stern Barbara F. Stone Marion D. Taylor Norik N. Tatevossian Samuel Waldstein William Yalden Eai-I M. Yavner CLASS OF 19.50 Herbert Praut Bernard Reichart Joseph Weiner Berte Baroochian Muriel M. Allen Hersch Seigal ■iimon K. Ludmer [142] First Row. Ujt to ri Second Rom. left to risk PROFESSOR WILLIAM J. PINARD Faculty Adviser CLASS OF 1947 William J. Arvedon George F. Gowen Vincent L. Ysebaert CLASS OF 1948 Phyllis A. Batchelder Isadora N. Cooperman Mary J. Flynn Calista M. Folsom I. Louis Gold Selma Kirschman Lillian Kolodiz Pauline Novak Barbara A. Parrish Ruth E. Reiner CLASS OF 1949 Hilda L. Adslman Louisa J. Ashton Betty L. Goldstein Louis C. Lituri Leo Mishner Eleanor R. Levin Richard A. Lindi Phyllis Rosenthal CLASS OF 1950 Jordan Pearlson Dramatic OInb [143} STKIMI AMK C.HOI ' KK. 18 JEANNE L. Hill. MAN. 4 ' ) PAULINE K. NOVAK. 18 Secretary FRANCES M. MYERS. 49 TrcasiirtT MISS I.Ol ISK (;. MARSH Family ith isrr Omega Sigma CLASS OF 1948 Maiv II. lli):.l..w Lois . . lti;l(l Vivian I ' aiii Slrphanli- (;iii.|..-k (:ali Ia M. l ' ,.U..in MarN J. I ' Knn Ma. K. Kr.i.kol Rila II. Clnsl.tM-t; Lillian Kolo.li . RortMic. ' S. Like- Gr-Mv V. M(KiMlav I ' atilinr K. Novak Harhara A. Pairisli Riitli K. Ri-in.T Sylvia S. Ki-snick Krani ' i ' s Rosen CLASS OF 1949 Phyllis A. Bulihcltler Nancy Hanilnrski Ruth Bloi.liir Claire K. (lohon Esther Fafel Marjorie M. Faiince Jeanne L. Ilillnian lla iel R. Jaek Kvelvn Leone Kleanor Levin Franees M. Myers Dorothy C Overton Mary L. Pottle Ann Rosenberg Miirthii E. Siilvi Abbie H. Sehneider Virginia M. Sliattuek Louise .Silverman Laura Solomon Ursula E. (;. Ullrieh Grace L. Ward Eleanor K. Watts Chessie Zbikowska Pearl Abelman Betty R. Hess Eleanor F. Leach CLASS OF 1950 Muriel M. Allen Bertha Barooshian Marjorie Black Sylvia Brenner Christine L. Johnson Grace M. Lane Gloria L. Weisbond • f ■ M h ■, I ..,m. Novak. Miss Mar h. Chr.pc-k. Hillmaii. Zliik..w-|.:;,, kocn, Brail . ( .-enon. Sft-cnil Roy.. Ifit u, rlghl: .Silverman. Bloom. Goepfcrt. Dennett. Komisar. Fatincc. Goldberg. Rothschild. Schaeffer. Stone. Oarke. Elwanik. Third Row. Ult to right: Frcedman, Cohen, Levin. Lazbcrg. Greene, Carlson. Pottle. Batchelder. Frenkel. Hanson. Marder. Lane. Korsarter. Fotirth Row. Uft lo nght: Jack. Black. Walts, Brenz. Fain. Connolly, Leach, Ginsberg, Lousarevian, Pepin. Goldman. Shaw [144] First Row. Second Roi Third Row Fourth Ro left to right : Stanke ), left to right: Baum left to right: Brown, ! , left to right: Mis lenwood. Bury, Giroux, Sh.iushnessy. Litllcfield, Waskinv, Wesscly. Kudryk. :tt. Cook, McDermott, Stone, Adam, Spampinato. Weinfeld, Ludmer, Stuart. Ricci, Miller, Landa, Wood, Yantowski, Karp, Miner, Swickelberg, Preston, ler, Marmer, Nagle, Joiinson, Lovejoy, Lambert, McLoud, Barnes, Porter, McNeill Arthur J. Adam James Stuart Adams Theodore S. Adamczyk David M. Altmaii Bernard A. Barnes Harry Bauman Charles A. Bililies David E. Boehnke Irving Bosinoff Murray R. Braverman Alfred L. Brody James H. Brown John S. Brown Edward Burdeau Bramwell A. Bury Leon W. Bush Francis J. Callahan Irving Canner Frank A. Capone Joseph A. Caputo Brian Casey Alan Cate Frank Cawley Richard D. Clark Ernest M. Cook Richard F. Crooker Theodore J. Daniels George P. Davis Francis E. Dixon Martin W. Donovan Ralph Dyer, Jr. Seymour J. Feinberg Daniel M. Fox Hyman M. Fritz George E. Giroux Louis Peter Greenberg Richard W. Greenwood Irvin R. Hall Francis R. Hankard Richard J. Hebert Burton C. Hoffman George F. Horner Dwight M. Howe Vernon B. Howland Clarrnce B. Husbands Leo C. Jerzyk Olof P. Johnson Roy W. Johnson Philip Karp George F. Kenney K. Charles Kopsioftis Theodore W. Kudryk Frank Lambert Arthur S. Landa James S. Langdon Walter P. Lee Leonard I. Lerner Arthur K. Littlefield Simon K. Ludmer Edmund P. Luther Max Maisner Calvin T. Margolis Elliot P. Markowsky Irving C. Marmer Clement McDermott Leonard J. McLaskey Thomas F. McLoud, Jr. Andrew J. McNeill Frances E. Melanson Daniel B. Miller Edmund O. Miner Leo J. Mishner Sidney Mitchell James P. Murray, Jr. William Richard Nagle Kenn°th F. Olsen Francis P. Oresteen GEORGE F. HORNER President WILLIAM WASKOW Vice-President LOUIS P. GREENBERG Secretary DOUGLAS S. STUART Treasurer PROFESSOR JOHN B. PUGSLEY Faculty Adviser Richard B. Pelley Robert F. Pierce Ervin D. Porter John L. Preston Robert D. Prussman James M. Qua John F. Quigley Leon Rabin Herman E. Radke William C. Raftell Joseph F. Ricci William Ruminas, Jr. Dominic A. Sanni Allan W. Sawyer Evans O. Schwarz, Jr. John A. Sharkey Paul Shaughnessy Edward E. Sinclair Anthony L. Spampinato Edward A. Stankevich Bernard F. Stone Douglas S. Stuart Emanuel Sugerman John F. Sullivan, Jr. lohn Michael Sullivan Paul Swickelberg Israel Volinsky Norman R. Waddleton William Waskow Robert L. Watson Murray A. Weinfeld Kurt Wessely Henry F. Whalen Richard F. Whelpley Edward R. Willett William S. Wilson Morris D. Winer Leonard G. Wolfson William T. Wood Victor S. Yankowski Merans Association [145] ERNEST M. COOK. 47 President HICTIARD L. KENNEDY. ' 47 Si ' crclary LOIS A. HKAl) . 18 i ' ice-Prrsidrnt RUTH E.REINER. 18 Treasurer PROF. l.Al REN(.E F. CLEVELAND Farulry idiiscr Choral Society CLASS OK 1 ' )I7 Artliiir I.. (;iias ' CLASS OF 1»)18 Chessic Zl)iko«ska Slopliaiiif dioprk Kraiif.-s R. M-i. Alfre l I). Wili.r CLASS OF 1919 RLIianl F. Wlulpl.y Rulli L. Kn ' iMliiiaii Riith II. (Joldlurp llaz.l R. Jack Mclvvn (;. I ' rifli Elizabeth A. Somers Marjorie M. Faunce Naiinelle II. Mardcr Eleanor F. Leach Martin Rottenburg CLASS OF 19. ' 5;) Stanislaus J. Zbn .en First Row hit to riskt: Zbikowska. Whelplcy. Brady. Cook. Kennedy. Freed- man Chase. Smnd Row. hit to right: Chopek. Goldberg. Jack, Somers, Faunce, Rosen, Marder, Leach. Third Rom. hit lo righf. I ' rifti, Winer, Zbozen. Rottenburg [146] First Row. left to right- Leach, Ro Brady, Faunce Second Row. left to ngkt Watts, Dybvik, Cowles, Greenwood, Zbikowski McKinlay. Third Row. left to rii;ht: Healy, ell, Lovejoy, Barnes. Cahill FRANK LAMBERT, Jr., ' 48 Chairman DEAN HAROLD W. MELVIN Faculty Adviser CLASS OF 1947 John H. Cowles Stanley W. Lovejoy, Jr. Richard W. Greenwood David R. Cahill Grant S. Healy CLASS OF 1948 David I. Lowell Bernard A. Barnes Grace McKinley Stephanie Chopek Barbara A. Parrish Lois Ann Brady Chessie Zbikowska Frances Rosen CLASS OF 1949 Harold Dybvik Marjorie M. Faunce Eleanor F. Leach Eleanor K. Watts Dorothyan Shaw Hnskj Pins Clul) [147} Tho Baskrtball Si asoii Hy Mki.vin K. Hhustein With just a basketball and a prayer. Coach " Foxy " Fluniere carried an inex- perienced but aggressixe Husky quintet throu-h the 1 )11-1943 basketball season vith a total ol 8 wins and 8 defeats. The N. U. five opened tlie season against a more experienced l . S. S. Rizzi team and garnered tiieir first win of the season. 57-48. Walsh and Henry proved the big guns in this game for N. U.. scor- ing 27 and 19 points respectively. In the second game of the season, the Flumere- men showed an unexpected burst of power in beating the 3791 Quartermaster quintet 85-35. Again Henry and Walsh led the pack, scoring 35 and 25 points re- spectively. The basketball team length- ened their streak to three straight wins when they defeated Lowell Textile 61-37, January 6. at the Johnson Memorial Gym. The Huskies experienced their first loss of the season against a more experienced Rhode Island State team 110-55, but this loss was expected by all. The following Saturday found the Husky quintet trounc- ing the University of Maine 50-33. Walsh and Henry continued their high scoring with 23 and 13 points respectively. On January 22. the Huskies captured llieir fifth win of the season against the (lliarles- tow II Marines 67-44. Hut two losses were next on the menu against the University of New Hampshire, 68-57, and the Nutmeggers from Connect- icut. 53-43. The losing streak was broken when the Huskies ran wild, 70-40, against A. I. C. The Huskies ran their losses up to seven against the Providence Friars, 72-61; the Rhode Island Rams, 71-37; unexpectedly against the B. U. Terriers, 49-44, and Bowdoin, 61-50. But the Northeastern quintet went back to the win column against Maine, 63-54, and took their final game with Boston Univer- sity, 52-45, without the services of Walsh. The last game of the season was against the Nutmeggers of Connecticut, 72-54, to bring the season ' s total to 8 wins and 8 defeats. [148] Russell Stiles, ' 47 (N) Manager Mr. Emanuel A. Flumere Coach Member from the Class of 1947 George J. Selador Members from, the Class of 1949 Malcolm Henry (N) Hebert Stackhouse Walter M. Kozul (N) Kay Krekorian (N) John B. Labbadia, Jr. (N) Robert R. Schwarz (N) Edward A. Stankevich (N) Francis X. Walsh (N) Bennett J. Wayler (N) B A S K E T B U L First Ro:o. I, [149] Prof. Gt ' iaUl R. Tatton Coach Morton Lutrh. ' W Manauer Harold B. Bemis. " 49 Arthur R. Caltloraro. " 49 RirhanI L. Cliapal. " 49 Seymour (ioUlhcrj;. 48 Herbert M. Kauiol. " 49 Murray N. Markson. " 49 Ernest E. Mills. " 48 Norman Mills. " 49 (llifton A. Morre. " 50 Livingston S. Moyston. " 49 Alfred J. Pacelli, ' 48 Edwin H. Potish, ' 49 Elliot J. Riee. " 48 Lawrence 1). Root. " 49 Edward T. Spinueci, ' 49 Robert IL Springer, ' 49 Marmold Tagrin, ' 49 Alan (). Walker, ' 49 Robert S. Welsh. ' 48 T R i K First Roai. left to right: Spinueci. Snyder Secmd Row. Itjt to right: Welsh. Bemis. Root. E. Mills. PotisiK. CaN deraro. Third Roto, hit to right: Professor Tatton. Washington, Leafman. Pacelli. Moore, Lamouette, Moyston, Aimsie. Silverstein. Chaput. Manager Lutch. fourth Row. Ujt to right: Stone. Fraser. Rudsit. Karol. Kessel, M, Mills. Yorra. Learner. Tagrin [150] First Row. hit to right: man, Buchanan, Mills, Second Row, left to Welsh, Goldberg, Professor ton, Austin, Rice Adel- Kyes. SEASON October 21 N. U. 0pp. Univ. of Conn 19 45 October 28 Rhode Island 41 16 November 4 Coast Guard 46 15 November 11 N. E. I. C. A. A ..A. 5th r )lace Albert Alderman, ' 49 E. Newell Austin, ' 49 William J. Buchanan, ' 48 Seymour Goldberg, 48 Frank Kyes, ' 49 Ernest E. Mills, ' 48 Elliot J. 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