Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA)

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.Ef aSJECIiliLL m mm: w NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES DUPL 3 9358 01423832 tt l7 06M C 6M In I|umlil atnr rttg mt hthUuU t its bttak ta ml|0 ijau tli tr Itos tl at a rat ful post rttg mtglit Ite fr 0 from Unv in a mnrlJi nf ptntt anJt a rnritg. FRANK LAMBERT, Jr. Editor-in-Chief DAVID I. LOWELL Photographi c Editor Oke W auiiawn BERNARD A. BARNES Managing Editor JAMES A. RAWNSLEY Business Editor J. RICHARD BROWN Managing Editor HANNAH ROTHSCHILD Informal Pictures Editor PROF. EVERETT C. MARSTON Fac ilty Adviser -. 3 ROBERT GRAY DODGE Chairman FRANK LINCOLN RICHARDSON Vice-Chairman CARL STEPHENS ELL President of the University HENRY NATHANIEL ANDREWS Treasurer EVERETT AVERY CHURCHILL ecretart Joseph F. Abbot Charles Francis Adams WiLMAN E. Adams Roger Amory O. Kelley Anderson Henry N. Andrews 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 Channinc William C. Chick Everett A. Churchill Paul F. Clark William H. Collins Sears B. Condit Amory Coolidge Albert M. Creighton Marshall B. Dalton Edward Dana Edward Dane Justin W. Dart William J. Davidson Robert G. Dodge Bernard W. Doyle Paul A. Draper David F. Edwards Carl S. Ell William P. Ellison Joseph B. Ely Robert G. Emerson John Wells Farley Joseph F. Ford Ernest B. Freeman Franklin W. Ganse Harvey D. Gibson David Greer Merrill Griswold George Hansen Henry I. Harriman Carroll S. Harvey Harold D. Hodgkinson Harvey P. Hood Chandler Hovey Weston Howland Howard M. Hubbard Maynard Hutchinson Raymond W. James 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 Ira Mosher Irving E. Moultrop Samuel Norwich George Olmsted Jr. Olaf Olsen Augustin H. Parker, Jr. George E. Pierce Matthew Porosky Frederick S. Pratt Roger Preston Sidney Rabinovitz William M. Rand Stuart C. Rand James L. Richards Frank L. Richardson James C. Richdale Harold B. Richmond Charles F. Rittenhouse John J. Robinson Robert B. Rugg Leverett Saltonstall Russell M. Sanders Andrew S. Seiler Joseph P. Spang, Jr. Frank P. Speare 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 Samuel Wakeman Eustis Walcott Edwin S. Webster Sinclair Weeks Jke V lovtk u om eastern omoration an J tepken6 C li A.B.. M.S.. ED.M., SC.D. PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY C ueyett y uem (church ¥ A.B,, ED.D. VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY William Thurlow Alexander S.B., M.A. Dean of the College of Engineering Associate Professor of Industrial Enginecrin William Crombie White S.B., ED.M. Director of the Day Division Roger Stanton Hamilton A.B,, M.A., PH.D. Dean of the College of Business Administration Professor of Economics and Chairman of the Department Wilfred Stanley Lake A.B., M.A., PH.D. Dean of the College of Liberal Arts Professor of Economics Harold Wesley Adelvin A.B., M.A. Dean of Students. Professor of English Charles William Havice A.B., M.A., S.T.B., PH.D. Dean of Chapel. Professor of Sociology and Chairman of the Department SCHLAGENHAUF NIGHTINGALE MILTON J. SCHLAGENHAUF, A.B., B.D., M.A. Director of Admissions PRUDIE RAE MOORE, S.B., M.A. Assistant to the Director of Admissions WINTHROP E. NIGHTINGALE, A.B., S.B., Ed.M. Director of Cooperative W ork EDWARD S. PARSONS, S.B., Ed.M. Director of Student Activities JOHN B. PUGSLEY, A.B. Registrar GEORGE R. FENNELL, B.S., M.B.A. Associate Professor of Business Administration and Secretary of the Vacuity DAISY MILNE EVERETT RUDOLF O. OBERG, S.B., Ed.M. Director of Alumni Relations STEVENSON LEVENSON GEORGE W. TOWLE, S.B. Associate Professor of Coordination J. KENNETH STEVENSON, B.C.S. Assistant to the Vice-President NATHAN LEVENSON Associate Director of the Press 1 RUDOLPH M. MORRIS, S.B., EJ.M. Counselor to Veterans MARY B. FOOR Manager of the Bookstore MYRA WHITE Librarian JOHN F. DeVITT Head Proctor COMBELLACK atkewiatlci JOSEPH SPEAR, A.B,, M.A. Professor of MathemaUcs and Chair nan of the Department 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 NORMAN s. McAllister, a.b., Ed.M. Instructor in Mathematics HAROLD LeROY STUBBS, A.B. Instructor in Mathematics STUART B. SOMMERVILLE, A.B. Instructor in Mathematics WILLIAM WALLACE, S.B. Instructor in Mathematics MC ALLISTER SOMMERVILLE h jd A a emL6th " i ARTHUR A. VERNON, S.B., M.S., Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry and Chairman of the Departme nt W. FAY LUDER, A.B., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Chemistry WALDEMAR S. McGUIRE, SB., M.A. Associate Professor of Chemistry SAVERIO ZUFFANTI, S.B., M.A. Associate Professor of Chemistry FLETCHER S. BOIG, B.S., M.S., Ed.M. Instructor in Chemistry [ PHYLLIS A. BRAUNER, B.A., M.A. Assistant Instructor in Chemistry EGILDA DeAMICIS, SB. Assistant Instructor in Chemistry DOROTHY E. PRATT, B.S. Assistant Instructor in Chemistry RUTH C. ROTH, B.S. Assistant Instructor in Chemistry WHITTAKER eckayilcal c nameenyi % JOSEPH W. ZELLER, S.B., M.E. Processor of Mechanical Engineering and Chairman of the Department ALFRED J. FERRETTI, SB., M.S. Professor of Mechanical Engineering 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, S.B., M.S. Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering DUNCAN W. SEAVEY, S.B., M.S. Instructor in Mechanical Engineering FREDERICK R. HENDERSON, S.B., M.S. Associate Professor of Industrial Engineering On leave of absence WOLOWICZ HENDERSON C nau k FREDERICK W. HOLMES, A.B., M.A. Professor of English and Chairnun 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 JAMES T. BARRS, A.B.. A.M., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of English R. LAWRENCE CAPON, B.S., A.M. Instructor in English FRANKLIN NORVISH, S.B., M.A. Instructor in English HAROLD H. WADE, A.B. Instructor in English MUCKENHOUPT PL r IC6 CARL F. MUCKENHOUPT, A.B., S.B., Ph.D. Professor of Physics and Chairman of the Department REGINALD G. LACOUNT, S.B., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Physics and Acting Chairman of the Department JOSEPH A. COOLIDGE, S.B., M.A. Professor of Physics C. DAVID JOHNSON, A.B., M.A. Associate Professor of Physics GEORGE B. WELCH, SB., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Physics THOMAS H. WALLACE, S.B., M.A. Assistant Professor of Physics HOLLIS S. BAIRD Instructor in Physics F. ELIZABETH OELSCHLEGEL, B.S. Instructor in Physics and Adviser to Women On leave of absence OELSCHLEGEL CLEVELAND a eanca ( n naineenvii f ROLAND G. PORTER, B.E.E., M.S. Projessor 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. ESSIGMAN, S.B. Instructor in Electrical Engineering • ' On leave of absence Ck CHESTER P. BAKER, S.B., M.A. Professor of Chemical Engineering and Chairman of the Department JOHN C. MORGAN, S.B., M.B.A. Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering ROBERT BRUCE, B.C.S., M.C.S. Professor of Accounting JOHN A. HOGAN, B.A., MA. Associate Professor of Industrial Relations GERALD R. TATTON, S.B,, M.B.A. Associate Professor of Physical Education and Head Coach of Track SAVERIO CERULLO, B.S,, M.BA. Instructor in Economics and Accounting JOSEPH M. GOLEMME, S.B., MA. Instructor in Accounting LYMAN A. KEITH, S.B., M.A. Instructor in Business Management HERBERT W. GALLAGHER, S.B. Instructor in Business Administration and Coach of Hockey and Baseball J. RICHARD BROWN, B.S. Assistant Instructor in Business Administration On leave of absence GALLAGHER £:M 2), raujLn f ELIOT F. TOZER, SB. 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 Drau ' ing ALBERT E. SANDERSON, Jr., S.B., M.S. Assistant Professor of Drawing EUGENE G. PARE, S.B., Ed.M. Instructor in Drau ' ing GUSTAV ROOK, SB. Instructor in Drau ' ing SANDERSON Social c ciencei WILLIAM J. PINARD, A.B., M.A., Ed.M., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Sociology ELMER H. CUTTS, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of History and Government EDMUND W. FENN, A.B., A.M. Instructor in History and Government EDWARD S. WALLACE, A.B., A.M. Instructor in History and Government El tow n STANLEY D. MIROYIANNIS, S.B., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Biology and Chairman of the Department BLANCHE B. DALY, A.B., M.Sc.M., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Biology MIROYIANNIS GRAMSTORFF ( ll ll Li u C naineennc If 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, A.B.. SB. Instructor in Civil Engineering ociem cJLc anaiAaaei aviaai 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 HANKINSON BARNASON MEZZACAPPA COOPERSTEIN J tudent Ardiuities HENRY A. KONTOFF, M.D. College Physician GEORGE M. LANE, M.D. Associate College Physician WILLIAM C. HULTGREN Instructor in Physical Education WILLIAM F. LINSKEY Coach of Hockey ■On Lave of absence % l Dramatic Society 3, 4, 5 cyLoulda . Arsltton LIBERAL ARTS (Psychology) 116 St. Stephen Street, Boston . y rdku Cy. Artkin6on MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 638 Spring Avenue, Ridgewood, New Jersey A.S.M.E. 2, 3, 4, 5; Junior Dance Committee COOPERATIVE WORK Gutterson Gould, Inc., Lawrence, Mass. — Assistant to Secretary of Corporation; Worth- ington Pump Machine Corporation, Harri- son, New Jersey — Draftsman. SERVICE RECORD U. S. Navy 1944-45, Radio Technician 3 c Previous college work at Lowell Textile Insti- tute, Michigan State College, and Indiana Tech. f aipk we ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 1388 Bridge Street, Lowell Ck aned CIVIL ENGINEERING 14 School Street, Beverly xe trod Frosh Dance Committee; N.U.C.E.S. 3, 4, 5; B.S.C.E. 3, 4, 5; A.S.C.E. 3. 4, 5. COOPERATIVE WORK Whitman Howard, Boston — Engineer Nu Epsilon Zeta Frat ernity 3, 4, 5, Vice-Grand- master 4, 5, Representative to Inter-Fraternity Council 5 ; Chairman Social Committee 4, 5 ; N.U.C.E.S. 3, 4, 5; B.S.C.E. 3, 4, 5; A.S.C.E. 3, 4, 5 ; Junior Cauldron Staff; Managing Ed- itor of Cauldron; Yacht Club 2, 3, 4, 5, Sec- retary-Treasurer 3, 4, Executive Committee 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 3; Veteran ' s Asso- ciation 2, 3, 4, 5; Husky Plus Committee 3, 4, 5; Class Cabinet 3, 4; Senior Week Committee. SERVICE RECORD 1943, Private U. S. Array, Service Corps. ijei nam y . USc u ne6 CIVIL ENGINEERING 4293 Richmond Avenue, Eltingville, Staten Island, New York, N. Y. l- niAiU6 -_yv. i5atch.eid(: er BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Accounting) 8 High Street, Ipswich Honor List 1 ; Student Council 4, 5 ; Student Union 4, Secretary 5; Omega Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 ; Dramatic Club 2, 3 ; Husky Plus Committee 4, 5 ; Who ' s Who Among Students in Ameri- can Colleges and Universities 5. COOPERATIVE WORK Sylvania Electric, Ipswich — Clerical Work. Frosh Cross Country; Class President 1944; Middler Dance Committee; Junior Prom Com- mittee; Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Rifle Club 1; A.I.E.E. 3, 4, 5, (Cabinet 5). SERVICE RECORD Army Air Corps, 1943-45; 1st Lt.; Decorations: Air Medal— 6 Clusters, E.T.O., 3 Battle Stars, American Theater Ribbon, Victory Ribbon, Dis- tinguished Unit Badge. COOPERATIVE WORK Boston Edison Company, Boston — Laboratory Assistant cJ ewu O. dSowev ' , - r ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 60 Allison Street, Newton Kennetk ijnene BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Industrial Management) 427 Levering Mill Road, Bala Cynwyd, Pa. Dean ' s List 1, 2, 4; S.A.M. 3, 4, Secretary 3; Glee Club 1, 2; Debating Club 1; Accounting Club 3, President 3. SERVICE RECORD 1941-1946 U. S. N. R., Lt. Commander, Amer- ican Defense, American Theater, Pacific The- ater, Philippine Defense, Victory Ribbon, COOPERATIVE WORK Atlas Track Corp., Fairhaven — Cost Accountant. General Electric Co., Lynn — Cost Accountant. 1 Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5; A.C.S. 3, 4, 5. y i noid J ' . v- wdi LIBERAL ARTS (Biology) 54 Ashton Street, Dorchester J4ihed cJL. i5rodi f ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 22 Fairbanks Street, Brookline Inter-mural Basketball 3 ; Veterans ' Association 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Choral Society 4, 5; A.I.E.E. 3, 4, 5. SERVICE RECORD U. S. Army 1942-1943; Cadet. Graduate December 1945. Dean ' s List 4, 5 ; Student Council 5 ; N.E.Z. 2, 3, 4, 5, Pledgemaster 5; News 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Make-up Editor 3, Managing Editor 4, Acting Editor-in-Chief 5 ; Cauldron Managing Ed- itor 5 ; Rifle Club 3 ; Law and Accounting Club 3 ; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities. . lchard £5roiA n BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Industrial Administration) 12 Palfrey Road, Belmont (IjramweU . HSvin LIBERAL ARTS (Psychology) 135 Summer Street, New Bedford Graduate December 1945. Student Union 3, 4, 5, Chairman Chapel Com- mittee 4, 5 ; Band 1 ; Veterans ' Association 3, 4, 5; Husky Plus 5. SERVICE RECORD 1942-1943; U. S. Army Air Corps Aviation Cadet. Honor List 1; Dean ' s List 2; A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5. COOPERATIVE WORK Boston Edison, Dorctiester — Inspector ' s Assist- ant; Louden Machinery Co., Boston — Drafts- man. J ruLm . akn MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 55 Lorna Road, Mattapan jokn liVl. L ampbeii CIVIL ENGINEERING 23 High Street, Marlboro Dean ' s List 4; N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, Vice-President 4, 5; B. S. C. E. 2, 3, 4, 5; A.S.C.E. 2, 3, 4, 5; Yacht Club 1, 2, 4, 5. COOPERATIVE WORK Boston Consolidated Gas Co., Boston — Chain- man; Boston Albany Railroad, Boston — Chainman; OC. S. Crocker, Civil Engineers — Instrumentman. A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5; S.A.M. 5. COOPERATIVE WORK Commercial Filters Corp., South Boston — Laboratory Assistant; Graydon Smith and Co., Boston — Draftsman. y awn l vl. Kaplan r MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 27 Lynde Street, Boston Joseph . L aputo CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 62 Swanton Street, Winchester Football 1; A.I.Ch. E. 2, 3, 4, 5; A.C.S. 2, 3, 4, 5. COOPERATIVE WORK General Electrical Foundry, Everett — Tester. SERVICE RECORD 1942-1944 U. S. Air Corps; Cadet. N.U.C.E.S. 3, 4, 5; B.S.C.E. 3, 4, 5 ; A.S.C.E. 3, 4, 5; Yacht Club 4, 5. COOPERATIVE WORK Turner Construction Company, East Hartford, Conn. — Timekeeper ; New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railroad, Hartford, Conn. — Chainman; Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn. =UJona{d £5. ( ader . CIVIL ENGINEERING 2174 Main Street, Glastonbury, Conn. C uo L aiL eui MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 11 Conant Road, Framingham A.S.M.E. 2, 3, 4, 5; Yacht Club 1. COOPERATIVE WORK Warren Telechron, Ashland — Machinist. A.I.E.E. 3, 4, 5. COOPERATIVE WORK State Department of Education, Boston — Clerk. SERVICE RECORD U. S. Army 1943; Private. lan . L au ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 27 Samoset Avenue, Quincy eome ' t ( . atteraii BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Accounting) 46 Lexington Street, Belmont Sigma Phi Alpha, Vice-President 3, Treasurer 4, President 5. COOPERATIVE WORK National Co., Maiden — Inspector; General Electric Co., West Lynn — Production Control Clerk Graduate March; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Neivs 3, 4, 5. L kaned (y. L lna nano LIBERAL ARTS (English) 361 Washington Street, Winchester (Ijamara O. L iarm LIBERAL ARTS (Sociology) 33 Braddock Park, Boston Dean ' s List 3 ; Omega Sigma, All-University Committee 1; Student Union 3, 4, 5. Senior Week Committee. C dujard L oh en BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Advertising) 35 Stratton Street, Dorchester cJ eo Jj. L oken LIBERAL ARTS (Chemistry) 136 Harvard Street, Maiden A.C.S. 2, 3, 4, 5. Graduate December 1945 ; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Choral Society; A.C.S. COOPERATIVE WORK Harvard Medical School — Laboratory Assist- ant; Northeastern University — Biology De- partment, Laboratory Assistant. LIBERAL ARTS (Biology) 92 Devon Street, Dorchester With layvi oken LIBERAL ARTS (Psychology) 104 Watts Street, Chelsea September Graduate; Dean ' s List 3; Band 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 4. SERVICE RECORD Army 1943-45, Army P.F.C. Track 3 ; Office Manager of News 3. Jjudtm ( oik LIBERAL ARTS (Psychology) 64 Foster Street, Brighton dadore . L o op oope man CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 267 Bunker Hills Street, Charlestown Freshman Honor List; A.C.S. 3, 4, 5 ; A.I.Ch.E. 3, 4, 5 ; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, President 5 ; Class Cabinet. 3. COOPERATIVE WORK Hi-Sil Manufacturing Co., Revere — Electro- plater. A.I.E.E. 3, 4, 5. COOPERATIVE WORK General Electric Co., Lynn — Laboratory Tester. Kobert J. L odteiio ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Trenton Street, East Boston rancLd w.c ufntmnad f ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 30 Bradfield Avenue, Rosindale COOPERATIVE WORK Boston Edison Co. — Testman SERVICE RECORD 1941-46 Captain Signal Corps; Service Rib- bons: 4 Battle Stars: Normandy, Northern France, Rhineland, and Central Germany; be- fore Pearl Harbor, E.T.O. Honor List 1; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 ; Student Union 2, 3; Class President 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; A.I.E.E. 3, 4, 5, President 4; Band 1, 2; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities 5. UJauldc Son. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 196 High Street, Wareham BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Advertising) 762 Bay Street, Taunton Phi Gamma Pi Fraternity 3, 4, 5, Secretary 3, Pledgeraaster 4, President 5. A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 COOPERATIVE WORK B. F. Sturtevant Co., Readville — Electrical Testing; Bendix Aviation Corp., Norwood — Process Engineer; Crosby Steam Gage and Valve Co., Charlestown — Tool Designing. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 14 Radcliffe Road, Hyde Park L an l W. C Sckeiback CIVIL ENGINEERING 864 Watertown Street, West Newton Freshman Honor List and Dean ' s List 2 ; Baseball 1, 3 ; Junior Varsity Basketball 1 ; N.U.C.E.S. 3, 4, 5, Treasurer 4; B.S.C.E. 3, 4, 5; A.S.C.E. 3, 4, 5. COOPERATIVE WORK City Engineering Department, Newton — Rod- man and Draftsman. Freshman Honor List 1; Basketball 1, 2; Stu- dent Union 1, 2; News 1, 2, 3; Omega Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Constitution Committee 1, Pub- licity Chairman and Executive Committee 4 ; Choral Society 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Society 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. COOPERATIVE WORK Weymouth Art Leather Co., South Braintree — Laboratory Assistant. u wian am LIBERAL ARTS (Mathematics) 48 Edison Park, Quincy l i lwuf ' J . J ' ane f MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 1 Columbia Road, Beverly A.S.M.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 COOPERATIVE WORK General Electric, Lynn — Draftsman and Expe- ditor; Sylvania Electric Products, Salem — Laboratory Technician. Dean ' s List 4; Basketball 1; Softball 2, 3; Stu- dent Union 1, 2; Neivs 1, 2; Dranriatic Club 2, 3, 4, 5; Omega Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. COOPERATIVE WORK Boston Globe, Boston — Copy Girl L dutm ah ¥ Inkei LIBERAL ARTS (English) 11 Ruthuen Street, Roxbury IJt f nn LIBERAL ARTS (Biology) 20 Highland Avenue, Salem Dramatic Club 3, 4; Choral Society Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Omega Omega Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Vice-President 2; Husky Plus 3,4, 5 ; Choral Society 2 ; Dra- matic Society 3 ; Senior Week Committee ; Stu- dent Union 2, 4, 5, Treasurer 5. COOPERATIVE WORK Sylvania Electrical, Salem — Experimental Worker. Batista Vl l. J ' ois dom LIBERAL ARTS (English) 11 Mt. Vernon Street, Salem ar ¥ r iyiik f ' enkei 1173 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston LIBERAL ARTS (Chemistry) September Graduate-; Dean ' s List 3; Neivs; Cosmopolitan Club. Basketball, Intramural, Captain Middler Team COOPERATIVE WORK Hy-lite Corp., South Boston — Sheet Metal Worker ; Bethlehem Steel, Machinist. East Boston — Ode, f k Ljarcia r. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 97 Greaton Road, West Roxbury vanci6 vw. Ljamn ey BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Industrial Administration) 44 Harrison Street, Brookline Graduate November 1946 — Phi Gamma Pi 2, 3, 4, 5, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4; Inter- fraternity Council 2, Social Chairman 2 ; Cam- era Club 1; S.A.M. 5. COOPERATIVE WORK T. L. Hammett Co., Cambridge — Machine Operator; Star Market, Newtonville — Order Clerk; James H. Bunce Co., Middletown, Conn., Sales Clerk. SERVICE RECORD 1942-1945 Air Forces, Ground Crew Corporal; Decorations : Asiatic- Pacific Ribbon, 3 Cam- paign Stars; Philippine Liberator Medal; Dis- tinguished Unit Citation ; Good Conduct Medal ; American Theater Ribbon. Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 4; Intra- mural Basketball; A.LE.E. 3, 4, 5, Vice-Pres- ident 3, 4. I kiup Ljamick ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 127 Willow Street, Chelsea t ita Ar. Ljlndber f LIBERAL ARTS (Chemistry) 33 Lawton Street, Brookline Honor List 1 ; Omega Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Ex- ecutive Committee 1, Vice-President 4; Choral Society 3; A.C.S. 3, 4, 5. Graduate December 1945 ; Football 1 ; Base- ball 2, 3; Student Council, Treasurer 4, 5; Student Union, Vice-President 3, 4, 5 ; Neirs 2, 3; Dramatic Society; Choral Society. cyLouid , amn LIBERAL ARTS (Economics) 209 Court Street, Brockton man LIBERAL ARTS (English) 81 Irving Street, Framingham Kappa Zeta Phi 2, 3, 4, 5, Corresponding Scribe 3; News 1, 2, Feature Editor 3. SERVICE RECORD 1943-45 Tech. Sergeant Air Corps; Decor- ations: Air Medal with 2 Oak Leaf Clusters; E.T.O. Ribbon with 5 Battle Stars. Dean ' s List 3 ; Omega Sigma C diAlhe Lji eenb auiwi LIBERAL ARTS (Sociology) 67 Washington Street, Lynn J ewm S . _ 4aii ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 94 Harvard Avenue, Brookline Nu Epsilon Zeta 2, 3, 4, 5, Treasurer 3, Pledgemaster 4; A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 ; Radio Club 1; Choral Society 2, 3, 4, 5; Yacht Club 3, 4, 5; Veterans ' Association 2, 3, 4, 5. COOPERATIVE WORK Sanborn Co., Cambridge — Assistant Shipper; National Co., Maiden — Radio Receiver Tester; Raytheon Mfg. Co., Waltham — Electric Tech- nician (Radar). SERVICE RECORD 1941-1942 Signal Corps. U.S.A. Private A.C.S. 3, 4, 5 COOPERATIVE WORK Northeastern — Laboratory Assistant J ' yavicls f . .y ankam LIBERAL ARTS (Chemistry) 11 Sunset Street, Roxbury J ' v ' ancls C . . J arnnaL on CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 1094 River Street, Hyde Park Honor List 1; A.C.S. 3, 4, 5 ; A.I.Ch.E. 3, 4, 5 COOPERATIVE WORK Avon Sale Co., Avon — Laboratory Assistant; Con-Ren Co., Boston, Analytical Chemist. SERVICE RECORD 1943-1945 Army Air Force 1st Lt. D.F.C., A.M. (15 O.L.C.), Unit Citation, E.T.O. Theater. Nu Epsilon Zeta 4, 5; Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Tau Beta Pi; Intramural Basketball 3; A.LE.E. 3, 4, 5, President 5; Representa- tive A. L E. E. 3, 4. COOPERATIVE WORK Raytheon Manufacturing Co., Waltham — Re- search and Testing. . Kicnam Ar ami ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 1 1 Williams Avenue, Lynn ok ooen MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 11 Marsh Street, Dorchester av ' nSon Nu Epsilon Zeta 2, 3, 4, 5, President 4, 5 ; Stu- dent Union Cabinet 3, 4, 5 ; Cosmopolitan Club, President 2, 3; A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5, Treas- urer 3, 4, Social Chairman 5. Dean ' s List 2 ; Honor List 1 ; Sears B. Condit Honor Award. SERVICE RECORD 1942-1946 Army, Captain, E.T.O. Ribbon (Battle Stars: Ardennes, Rhineland, Germany; Northern France). BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Industrial Relations) 16 Montrose Street, Worcester J avil J efj r erfwn MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 27 Ellery Street, Cambridge A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5, President 4; S.A.M. 4, 5; Rifle Club 1, 2. COOPERATIVE WORK Hy-lite Corp., South Boston — Machine Op- Sigma Phi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Pledgemaster 2, Vice-President 4, Treasurer 5 ; Interfraternity Council 4, 5. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Advertising) 978 South Street, Roslindale Kobev ' t V f. Lj. J om ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 3 Lewis Road, Belmont A.I.E.E. 3, 4, 5 ar- Graduate March; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Senior Class Cabinet. won e. JdeL don LIBERAL ARTS (Economics) 25 Stratton Street, Dorchester red Ar. Jr senbeh ' 9 CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 233 West Selden Street, Mattapan Honor List 1; Dean ' s List 2, 4; Dean ' s List Scholarship 2 ; A.C.S. 2, 3, 4, 5, President 2, 5 ; A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 ; Yacht Club 3. COOPERATIVE WORK Craig Chemical Corp., Boston — Chemist A.I.E.E. 3, 4, 5 COOPERATIVE WORK Raytheon Manufacturing Co. — Assistant En- gineer. r udMi yv. J ok ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 11 Highland Street, Weston Vl6on %vm astev " LIBERAL ARTS (Psychology) 12 Ashton Street, Dorchester Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 Dean ' s List 3, 4; Student Union Cabinet 2, 3; Omega Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Executive Commit- tee 2, Social Committee 3, 4, 5; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Social Committee 3. eima lr6ck LIBERAL ARTS (Psychology) 1470 Beacon Street, Brookline jaiovi laiA inan ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 88 Lawrence Avenue, Boston Dean ' s List 3 ; A.I.E.E. 3, 4, 5, Secretary- Treasurer 3. Beta Gamma Epsilon, Vice-President 5 ; A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5. COOPERATIVE WORK Revere Copper Brass Co., New Bedford — Draftsman; Blanchard Machine Co., Cam- bridge — Draftsman. L kanes Vw. viowlton MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 30 Elm Street, Fairhaven (JLlUlan oiodlz CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 447 Webster Avenue, Chelsea Secretary Student Union 1, 2 ; Neivs 1, 2, 3, Circulation Manager 3, 4, Personnel Manager 4, 5; Omega Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 ; Dramatic So- ciety 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; S.A.M. 5, Secretary 5; A.C.S. 2, 3, 4, 5; A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4, 5. COOPERATIVE WORK Boston Edison Co., Boston — Chemist Honor List 1 ; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 ; Omega Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Dramatic Society 2. =JjorotfiiA 4, oip LIBERAL ARTS (Modern Languages) H Pasadena Road, Dorchester an Vie i Lj. ouitraki6 CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 253 River Street, Cambridge A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4, 5, Councillor 3, Secretary 4, 5; A.C.S. 2, 3, 4, 5. COOPERATIVE WORK Union Bay State Co., Cambridge — Research A.S.M.E. 4, 5; Senior Cabinet; Husky Plus -Club 4, 5; Senior Week Committee. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 35 Draper Street, Dorchester yokn (15. cJLabbadla jv BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Accounting) 28 Saybrook Road, Middletown, Connecticut Basketball 4, 5, Captain 5 ; Student Council 4, 5, Treasurer 5; Student Union 4, 5, Presi- dent 5, Chairman of Chapel Committee 4, 5 ; Member of Class Cabinet 4, 5 ; Senior Week Committee; International Relations Club. Nu Epsilon Zeta 3, 4, 5, Grand Scribe 4; Stu- dent Union 4, 5; A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5, Program Committee Chairman 5 ; Neu ' S 5 ; Editor-in- Chief, Cauldron; Junior Cauldron Staff; Husky Plus Committee 3, Chairman 4, 5 ; Class Cabinet 4, 5 ; Veterans Association 2, 3, 4, 5 ; Senior Week Committee. COOPERATIVE WORK General Latex Chemical Co., Cambridge — Laboratory Assistant. SERVICE RECORD 1943-1944, U. S. Army, Medical Corps, rank c Lambert jr. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 23 Lowell Street, Lexington jack cU,. cyLapmck LIBERAL ARTS (Biology) 235 Humbolt Avenue, Roxbury Graduate March; News 4; Choral 2, 3; Camera Club 5; A.C.S. 2, 3, 4, 5. Intramural Basketball 3; A.C.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 COOPERATIVE WORK Walter Baker Chocolate Co., Inc., Do Chester — Laboratory Assistant. ijernard l . c Lc awsovi LIBERAL ARTS (Chemistry) 18 Linnea Street, Brockton John J. cJLeaha ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 32 Vernon Street, Waltham Honor List; Dean ' s List 3; A.I.E.E. 3, 4, 5 ; Cabinet 4; Vice-President 5. Graduate March ; Honor List 1 ; Sigma Kappa Psi; News 1, 2, 3, News Editor 2, Managing Editor 3. SERVICE RECORD 1942-1944, U. S. Army, Private; Good Con- duct Medal; Expert Rifleman. cJLeonayd . oLe LIBERAL ARTS (English) 113 Crawford Street, Roxbury i5e nam Lj, =Lc evLvie MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 315 Parkway Street A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 ; Yacht Club 2, 3 COOPERATIVE WORK General Electric Co., West Lynn — Tester Dean ' s List 2 ; News 2 ; A.I.E.E. 3, 4, 5 COOPERATIVE WORK Raytheon Manufacturing Co., Waltham- Testman and Draftsman. Joseph oLe evme ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 314 Harvard Street, Dorchester J ' lomvice . cJLlke LIBERAL ARTS (Mathematics) 113 Brunswick Street, Grove Hall Freshman Honor List; Omega Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Executive Committee 2; Student Union 1. Nu Epsilon Zeta 4, Grand Scribe 5 ; News 5 ; Photography Editor Cauldron; N.U.C.E.S. 3, 4, 5, Secretary 4, 5; B.S.C.E. 3, 4, 5; A.S.C.E. 3, 4, 5; Husky Plus 3, 4, 5; Class Cabinet 3, 5 ; Senior Week Committee. Jjauid . c Lc owe CIVIL ENGINEERING 93 Madison Avenue, Newtonville Jlc aro awn MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 11 Glenwood Road, Lynn A.S.M.E. 2, 3, 4, 5; Basketball 1, 3, Captain 4, 5. COOPERATIVE WORK Star Brass Mfg. Co., Boston — Draftsman; Gen- eral Electric Co., Lynn — Turb ine and Super- charger Tester. SERVICE RECORD 1942-1945 Army Air Corps. 1st Lieutenant. Tau Beta Pi; Honor List 1; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 ; Intramural Basketball 3 ; Student Council 5, President 5; N.U.C.E.S. 3, President 4, 5 B.S.C.E, 3, 4, 5; A.S.C.E. 3, 4, 5 ; Class Vice President 4, 5 ; Senior Week Committee Chairman Class Cabinet 4, 5. COOPERATIVE WORK Whitman Howard, Boston — Rodman, Transitman. rancL6 idti adiropLen ipi CIVIL ENGINEERING 924 Central Avenue, Needham race p. WcJUa LIBERAL ARTS (Mathematics) 229 Wilson Avenue, Wollaston Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Student Council 3, 4, 5, Vice-President 4, Sec- retary 5; Student Union 2; Husky Plus 2, 3, 4, 5 ; Omega Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Executive Committee 2, 3 ; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 5. COOPERATIVE WORK Jackson and Moreland, Engineers, Boston — Computer. Graduate December 1945; Honor List 1; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Husky Plus 4, 5; Class Cabinet, 1. COOPERATIVE WORK Northeastern University — Physics Laboratory Assistant. okvi 1 (. 1 V lccX.aviaku in LIBERAL ARTS (Mathematics) Maple Avenue, Bridgewater eome " k emev MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 85 Gainsboro Street, Boston A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5; Chess Club 2; Rifle Club 2 COOPERATIVE WORK Schultz Engineering Corp., New York — Tool Designer. Sigma Phi Alpha 2, 3, 4, 5 ; Dean ' s List 1, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Captain 2, 4; Cross Country Track 1. 2, 3, 4, 5, Captain 3, 4; Student Council 4, 5 ; Ni-u-j 3, 4, 5 ; A.S.M.E. 4, 5; S.A.M. 4, 5. COOPERATIVE WORK Jackson Moreland, Boston — Draftsman. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 6 Wilson Street, Natick 1116 L kaned J. Iivlltckeii CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 7 Hanson Street, Wakefield A.C.S. 4, 5 ; A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 COOPERATIVE WORK Union Bay State Co., Cambridge — Research; Eastern Gas Fuel Association, Everett — Con- trol Analyst; General Latex Chemical Co., Cambridge — Control Analyst. Graduate March ; Honor List 1 ; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 ; Student Council 4, President 5 ; Stu- dent Union 2, 3; Neii ' s 1; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities ; Veterans ' Association 2, 3, 4, 5 ; International Relations Club 2, 3. SERVICE RECORD 1943, U. S, Army, Private idneu J ' . Ilvlltckeli LIBERAL ARTS (Economics) 30 Wilmore Street, Mattapan Jol l £5. ornce LIBERAL ARTS (Sociology) Hancock Street, Cambridge Dean ' s List 4, 5 ; Student Union 3, 4, 5 ; News 3; Cosmopolitan Club 2, 3, 4, 5, Secre- tary 3 ; Who ' s " Who in American Colleges and Universities. Football 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1; Baseball 1, 3; Junior Cauldron Staflf. COOPERATIVE WORK Atwell Ediphone Co., Boston — Messenger; Railway Express Co., Boston — Clerk. SERVICE RECORD 1942-1945, U. S. Marine Corps, Corporal BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Marketing and Advertising) 43 Gardena Street, Brighton l aviime . 1 (ovak LIBERAL ARTS (Psychology) 36 Eastbourne Street, Roslindale Dean ' s List 4; Student Union 4, 5, Vice-Presi- dent 5 ; Yacht Club 1 ; Omega Sigma Society 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Secretary 3 ; Dramatic Society 2, 3 ; Husky Plus 4, 5 ; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities 5. COOPERATIVE WORK Liberty Mutual Insurance Co., — Boston, Typist Intramural Basketball 3; Chess Club 1, 2, 3; A.I.E.E. 3, 4, 5. Kauwiovid yJden ' i ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 1713 Commonwealth Avenue, Brighton jokvi . kJ c ooie MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 29 Banks Street, Somerville A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5, Vice-Chairman 4; Yacht Club 2, 3, 4, 5, Treasurer 2, Vice-Commodore 3, Commodore 5 ; Newman Club, President 3, 4. COOPERATIVE WORK Barbour Stockwell Co., Cambridge — Machine Operator; General Electric Co., Lynn — De- signer Draftsman. SERVICE RECORD 1943-1945, U. S. Army Air Corps Sigma Phi Alpha 3, 4, 5, Pledgemaster 3, 4, Vice-President 5; N.U.C.E.S. 3, 4, 5 ; B.S.C.E. 3, 4, 5; A.S.C.E. 3, 4, 5 ; Track 2, 3, 4; Bas- ketball Manager 4, 5 (N) ; News 2, Sports Editor 3,4, 5 ; Class Cabinet 4 ; Junior Dance Committee; Student Director of Intramural Tennis 4. COOPERATIVE WORK Whitman Howard, Boston — Rodman ;Civil Eng, Corps, Portsmouth, N. H. — Instrument Man. CIVIL ENGINEERING 96 Atlantic Street, North Quincy ennetn O. j au, mer CIVIL ENGINEERING 15 Hodges Street, Attleboro Ohio State University Honor List 1; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Tau Beta Pi; Student Council 4, 5; N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3 4, 5; B.S.C.E. 2, 3, 4, 5; A.S.C.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice-President, Class of 1946 3, 4, 5. COOPERATIVE WORK United Con. Co., Boston — Transitman; U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey — Photographic Ob- server; Northeastern University — Maintenance. SERVICE RECORD 1944-1945, U. S. Army, Private First Class Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 vSamava _ . J amsk LIBERAL ARTS (Biology) 49 South Russell Street, Boston ou okvi l eti erdon LIBERAL ARTS (Economics) 76 St. Brendan Road, Boston Graduate December 1945 ; Sigma Phi Alpha 3, 4, 5 ; Dean ' s List 4, 5 ; Student Union, Chairman Welfare Department 3, 4, 5 ; Class Cabinet 5. COOPERATIVE WORK Alden Engineering Co., Boston — Draftsman SERVICE RECORD 1939-1942, U. S. Army Air Corps, T-5, Purple John cyL. I eston MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 42 Park Street, Medfield J4iien, 4. I d. nnce LIBERAL ARTS ( Pre-Medical ) 3 Lome Street, Boston Dean ' s List 3, 4; Yaeht Club 3; Glee Club 1; Rifle Club 1. September Graduate; S.A.M. 2; Track 2; As- tronomy Club 1, 2. COOPERATIVE WORK Northeastern University — Maintenance De- partment; Hartmann Canning Co., Macedon, N. Y.,— Shipping Clerk. SERVICE RECORD July, 1943-Nov. 1945, U. S. M. C. — Rank, 1st Lieutenant. iU E. pjc cini BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Industrial Relations) Townline Road, Palmyra, New York S idneiA . Kcsjuiiyit ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 58 Supple Road, Roxbury 1 _ l n 1 H i k H l p ' ' n H ■ta K lA H mmim mi Mm HHHHHh Honor List 1; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Tau Beta Pi; Scholarship 3; A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4, 5; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities 5. COOPERATIVE WORK Boston Edison, Boston — Test Department; Ray- theon Manufacturing Co., Waltham — Research and Testing Department. A.I.E.E. 3, 4, 5, Secretary-Treasurer 4, 5; Lab- oratory Assistant 4, 5; Class Treasurer 3, 4, 5; Senior Week Committee. oL. Aokvi f ac, ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 574 Dickinson Street, Springfield ame6 v. Kawnsle f MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 52 Winthrop Street, Everett Charles Hayden Scholarship; Nu Epsilon Zeta 2, 3, 4, 5, Grand Chancellor 5; Interfraternity Council 4; A.S.M.E. 2, 3, 4. 5, Vice-Chairman 5; Junior Cauldron Staff; Business Manager Cauldron. cooperative work Arthur D. Little, Inc., Cambridge — Assistant to Research Engineer ; Pratt, Read, Gould Aeronautical Corp., Deep River, Conn. — Resi- dent Inspector; B. F. Sturtevant, Hyde Park — Assistant to Chief Engineer of the Heating and Air Conditioning Department. SERVICE RECORD 1942-1944, Field Artillery, Private First Class Honor List 1; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Omega Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Treasurer 2, 3; A.C.S. 2, 3, 4, 5; News Staff 1, 2, 3; Choral Society 1, 2, 3; Rifle Club 1; Dramatic Society 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Secretary 4, 5, Vice-President 5. euii c. le. CLi e LIBERAL ARTS (Chemistry) 100 Kilsyth Road, Brookline lAwia c . Ke6mck 1 LIBERAL ARTS (Sociology) 486 Blue Hill Avenue, Boston Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 Joseph J ' . f i icci BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Accounting) 252 West Street, Hyde Park 3, ' nances c o6en LIBERAL ARTS (Chemistry) 3 Sturges Street, Chelsea A.C.S. 3, 4, 5, Vice-President 5 ; Vice-President of Class 2, 3; Choral Society 1, 2, 3; Rifle Club 1; Omega Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, President 2, 3, Executive Committee 2, 3, 4, 5 ; Husky Plus 3, 4, 5 ; Senior Cabinet ; Senior Week Committee. Dean ' s List 2; Student Union 4; A.C.S. 3, 4, 5 COOPERATIVE WORK Decatur Hopkins Co., Boston — Order Filling Samuel f o6enn LIBERAL ARTS (Biology) 15 Ruthven Street, Roxbury J avinak sr. Kotkicklld F- IW B ■ f 1 ' L ' « JH 1 i | j|jg n MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 37 Main Street, Maiden Honor List 1; Dean ' s List 4; Omega Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, President 1; Student Council 4, 5; Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Secretary 4; Caul- dron, Informal Pictures Editor; Junior Caul- dron Staff; Cosmopolitan Club 2; Husky Plus Committee 4, 5 ; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities; A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5. cooperative work Gillette Safety Razor Co., Boston — Machine Operator. A.C.S. 2, 3, 4, 5, President 4, 5 ; Northeastern News 4, 5 ; Cosmopolitan Club 4 ; Yacht Club 4. COOPERATIVE WORK Dennison Manufacturing Co., Framingham — Analytical Chemist; Arthur D. Little, Inc., Cambridge — Research Chemist. d m anuei J aios LIBERAL ARTS (Chemistry) 10 Walcott Street, Natick J iAWiavi S andler MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 145 Boylston Street, Maiden Deans List 4; A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 ; S.A.M. 4, 5 COOPERATIVE WORK J. W. Greer Co., Cambridge — Draftsman A.I.Ch.E. 4, 5; A.C.S. 3, 4, 5; Yacht Club 2, 3 COOPERATIVE WORK Commercial Filters Corp., Boston — Research Laboratory Assistant; General Latex Corp., Cambridge — Research Laboratory Assistant. rumq nl. S aSic aw CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 27 Hildreth Street, Dorchester oUW.So aum sieale MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 68 Fuller Street, Waltham Phi Beta Alpha 3, 4, 5 ; Social Chairman 2, Vice-President 3, 4; A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 ; Chair- man 5; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Cauldron Staff; Junior Prom Committee 4; Class ' 44 Vice-President 4. COOPERATIVE WORK Sanborn Co., Cambridge — Tool and Die Maker; Waltham Screw Co., Waltham — Ma- chine Designer. SERVICE RECORD 1943-1945, 1st Lieutenant, U. S. Army Air Corps; Air Medal. Nu Epsilon Zeta 2, 3, 4, 5 ; A.I.E.E. 3, 4, 5, Cabinet 5 ; Class Cabinet 5 ; Chess Club 2, 3, 4, 5 ; Camera Club 5. COOPERATIVE WORK Harvey Radio Laboratories, Cambridge — Draftsman. i3dan J . auindi ei 6 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 23 Wachusett Street, Mattapan l i liuafn ( . S avaae, jv CIVIL ENGINEERING 27 Washington Avenue, Thompsonville, Connecticut N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5; B.S.C.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 ; A.S.C.E. 2, 3, 4, 5. COOPERATIVE WORK T. F. Newhouse, Windsor, Conn. — Rodman; City of Hartford, Hartford, Conn. — Engineer- ing Aide. A.S.M.E. 3, 4; 5; S.A.M. 4, 5; Camera Club 4, 5. COOPERATIVE WORK Boston Edison Co., Boston — Laboratory As- sistant. Ljeome S . S crvit crviion MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 16 Hilton Street, Hyde Park y ' tkvi S kackat LIBERAL ARTS (Economics) 43 Holworthy Street, Roxbury Graduate December 1945; Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5; Student Union 5. COOPERATIVE WORK Boston Globe, Boston — Display Desk Clerk September Graduate; Baseball 3, 4, 5; Foot- ball 3, 4; Hockey 3, 4, Captain 5. SERVICE RECORD 1942-1946, U. S. M. C. R. 1st Lieutenant; Holder of Navy Cross and Purple Heart. uMlawi cyL. Shannon BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Marketing and Advertising) 180 Common Street, Watertown ■ aui U. J kauiqk anneisu LIBERAL ARTS (Economics) 59 Church Street, Waltham Graduate December 1945; Honor List 1; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Baseball 2, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4, 5, Secretary 3, President 5 ; Student Union 3, 4, 5, President 3, 4, 5 ; Neivs 3, 4; Veterans ' Association 3, 4, 5, President 4, 5 ; Class Cabinet 5 ; Who ' s ' Who in Ameri- can Colleges and Universities, 5. S.A.M.; International Relations Club COOPERATIVE WORK Hood Rubber Co., Watertown — Checker and Assistant Foreman. SERVICE RECORD 1942-1945, Navy, 1st Class Petty Officer BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Marketing and Advertising) 65 Tremont Street, Lynn y ntonio cU.. S l atnpLna wamp to BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Business Management) 21 Middle Street, Lawrence S.A.M. 2, 3; Law and Accounting Club 1, 2; Veterans ' Association 2, 3,4, 5 ; Dance Com- mittee 3. SERVICE RECORD 1943, U. S. Army, Private A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5; Chess Club 1, 2, 3; Yacht Club 3, 4; Camera Club 5. COOPERATIVE WORK General Electric Co., Lynn — Research Tester . cyLeonard piL r MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 68 Nahant Avenue, Revere f ron J4.Sl anion BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Industrial Relations) 76 Babcock Street, Brookline COOPERATIVE WORK Boston Globe, Boston — Copy Boy; N. Y., N. H. H. R. R., Boston— Time Keeper. SERVICE RECORD 1943-1945, Army Air Force, Staff Sergeant; Air Medal. A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5; S.A.M. 4, 5, Treasurer 5; Chess Club 2, 3; Yacht Club 3, 4; Camera Club 5. COOPERATIVE WORK Stelff Rubber Manufacturing Co., Boston — Testing Materials Laboratory. cJLeon Ar. t ei MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 31 Woolson Street, Mattapan Ljeome j . S treecn reecnon MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Common Street, Wrentham A.S.M.E. 3, 4, Treasurer 5 COOPERATIVE WORK Kendall Mills, Walpole — Draftsman SERVICE RECORD 1943-1945, Air Force, 1st Lieutenant; Holder of Silver Star, Distinguished Flying Cross, Purple Heart, and Six Air Medals. March Graduate ; Honor List 1 ; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Vice Pres- ident 5; Student Union 1, 2; News 1, 2, 3; Omega Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, President 3; Choral Society 3; Husky Plus Committee 3, 4; Who ' s ■Who in American Colleges and Universities. J tepk r lama . S udt ona LIBERAL ARTS (Physics) 117 Greenfield Road, Mattapan hramld C . auioi MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 94 Houghton Street, ' Worcester Honor List 1; Dean ' s List 4; A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5, Secretary 4. COOPERATIVE WORK Norton Co. Worcester — Draftsman Rockwood Sprinkler Co., Worcester — Research and Development Dept. A. I. E. E. 3, 4, 5. COOPERATIVE WORK General Electric, West Lynn — Stock Clerk L kane6 U. e ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 24 Flint Street, Lynn brands . Jlviiley CIVIL ENGINEERING 200 Pond Street, Natick Nu Epsilon Zeta 2, 3, 4, 5; N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3 4, 5; B.S.C.E. 2, 3, 4, 5; A.S.C.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 Student Union 2, 3 ; Junior Cauldron Staff Fraternity Newspaper 3. COOPERATIVE WORK Henry N. Loomis, New Hartford, Conn. — Transit-man Metropolitan District, Hartford, Conn. — Transit-man Theodore F. Newhaus, Windsor, Conn. — Draftsman, Estimating SERVICE RECORD 1942-1945, 1st. Lt., Air Corps. Decorations, Distinguished Flying Cross, Pur- ple Heart, Air Medal with 4 Oak-Leaf Clusters. Honor Roll 1; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Sears B. Condit Award 5; A.C.S. 3, 4, 5. COOPERATIVE WORK Coprind Inc., Boston, Mass. — Analyst. cyLeo C . Jopol LIBERAL ARTS (Chemistry) 27 Chavenson Street, Fall River mt J enm J . roujddale J MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 86 Water Street, Milford A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5. COOPERATIVE WORK Draper Corp., Hopedale — Draftsman Nu Epsilon Zeta 2, 3, 4, 5, Vice Grand Master 3, Grand Chancellor 4; Baseball 2; A.S.M.E, 3,4, 5. Koqey V f. Jvittie MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Boston Road, Westford L dwm l . Md ses ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 135 Ames Street, Brockton Honor List 1; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Intra Mural Basketball 3; A.I.E.E. 3, 4, 5. December Graduate — Student Council 4, Sec- retary 5 ; Band 1 ; Dramatic Society 3, 4. L aujara U. { [ ailace jv " . BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Marketing and Advertising) 330 Eliot Street, Milton cJ eonard (15. i i e eL66 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Accounting) 30 Elm Street, Chelsea S.A.M. 3; News 1, 2, 3, 4; Rifle Club 1. Track 2, 3, 4, 5; Cross Country 2, 3, 4, 5; Captain 5; A.E.Ch.E. 5; Yacht Club 2, 3, 4, I 5., Ex. Com. 3, 4. I COOPERATIVE WORK Union Bay State Co., Cambridge ot?ep tS. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 26 Berkeley Street, Arlington yvrtkui l i filte ji r. LIBERAL ARTS (Chemistry) 11 Porter Street, Everett Honor List 1; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Class Treas- urer 4; A.C.S. 2, 3, 4, 5. COOPERATIVE WORK. Boston Woven Hose and Rubber Co., Cam- bridge — Chemist. Fabric Research Laboratories Inc., Boston — Laboratory Technician. SERVICE RECORD Army 1942-1944, Infantry, P. F. C. A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5, Program Chairman 4, Sec. 5; S.A.M. 3, 4, 5, President 4, 5 ; N. [ . N w ' j 3, 4, 5, Advertising Salesman 3, Advertising Manager 4, 5, Business Manager 5. COOPERATIVE WORK B. F. Sturtevant Co., Readville — Sales order clerk and parts inspector. Keystone Mfg. C, Dorchester — Inventory Con- trol clerk and expediter. l oU A Wi lenev " MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 27 Almont Street, Mattapan MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 112 Hutchings Street, Roxbury Honor List 1; A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 ; Basketball 2. COOPERATIVE WORK Boston Edison Co., Boston, Mass. — Laboratory Assistant. Honor List 1; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; News Cir- culation Staff 3 ; Choral Society 2 ; A.C.S. 3, 4, 5; Rifle Club 4. COOPERATIVE WORK General Electric Co., Lynn, Mass. — Laboratory Analyst. U 2). Wl Lner LIBERAL ARTS (Chemistry) 22 Whiting Street, Lynn omr t2). Oi LIBERAL ARTS (Psychology) 460 Hillside Avenue, Hartford, Connecticut Graduate December 1945; Neivs, Circulation Staff, Office Manager. Omega Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Publicity Chair- man 1, 2, Social Chairman 3, Nominating Committee 3 ; Class Secretary 4, 5 ; Husky Plus 2, 3, 4, 5; Choral Society 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 ; Rifle Club 1, 2; Dramatic Club 3; Selected to Who ' s Who Among Students in Colleges and Universities 5 ; Class Cabinet 4, 5 ; Senior Week Committee. LIBERAL ARTS (Pre-Medical) 46 English Street, Salem COOPERATIVE WORK Webster Atlas National Bank, Boston — Check Teller. General Electric Company, West Lynn — Mail Clerk. Whiting Milk Company, Charlestown — Acting Assistant Foreman. SERVICE RECORD U. S. Army, 1942-1945— Sergeant. Rad oJ W. BaL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Marketing and Advertising) 152 Lincoln Street, Melrose Wlhon =L. J viVit LIBERAL ARTS (Psychology) 7 Mayfair Street, Boston Dean ' s List 2, 3; Academy. SERVICE RECORD 1942-1945, Army T-Sgt. Prof. Gerald R. Tatton y duiier to the Class of ' 48 Professor Gerald Russell Tatton was born August 26, 1906 in Winchester, Massachu- setts. Later in his childhood he moved to Medford where he attended the Medford Public Schools. Upon graduating from Medford High School with the class of 1924 he entered Northeastern University. In 1928 he graduated with honors with a B.A. degree. Mr. Tatton was the nineteenth person to be inducted into the Sigma Society. Later he received his M.B.A. at Boston University. During the summer of 1929 Mr. Tatton was appointed to the faculty of Northeastern. He assumed the duties of instructor of advertising and assistant track coach. At the present time he is Assistant Professor of Business Management and Head Coach of Track. Professor Tatton now resides in Medford with his wife ind two children, a boy 14 and a girl 10. firsl Ron: h-jt to right: Labbadia, Zbikowska, Mastropieri. Da Lambert. Saunders, Idelson. n, Rosen. Srcond Row. Irft to right: Kyle. Lo Senior ( la66 L abinet S enior vWem K owivviltti First Ro-a left to right- Folsom Labbadia, Zbikowska, Mastropieri. Davidson, Rosen. Second Row. Itit to right: Pacelli, Barnes, Salos, Hall, Lowell, Lambert, Saunders, Idelson. Third Row. tijt to ught: Leahy. W.ner, Kyle, Maron, Cohen, Levine, Catterall. CLASS HISTORY Things in this world have the disagreeable habit of continually moving — sometimes know- ing not where but just moving. College days seem to do this very thing, so it seems fitting and proper that a scribe should make note of some of the incidents that will become but a mere memory all too soon. With a solemn note, then, this dutiful serv- ant of future memories tries to point out the little or the big, the insignificant or the tumul- tuous happenings of our class, our friends, and our alma mater. Here We Go! The inevitable has happened ! On May 3, 1943, for the first time in the history of Northeastern, women were admitted into the day colleges. The six pioneer women were part of the group of 212 students who were to matriculate. This was the smallest class to en- roll in recent years. After a three-day Orienta- tion Period, the class settled down to start their college career. Just about the time that Division A learned what was what and who was who the class was joined by 250 more students, who enrolled on July 12. Thirteen of these entering freshman were awarded scholarships by the University. During the Orientation Period this group gath- ered at a reception and heard Captain Howard Sessler, ex-sports star and hero of the first Tokyo air raid, speak of his experiences. September 20 brought with it a new class of frosh who were designated to be Division C of the Class of 1948. The most turbulent elec- tion that has ever been witnessed at N. U. hap- pened in September of that year. The whole controversy centered around the question of whether the girls were to start a matriarchal society or whether the males would still dom- inate the scene. The election results showed that the girls did have a little power as Ma- jorie Lundfelt was elected Vice-President. Rob- ert LeVine was elected President, Wilfred Thotner Secretary, and Jack Indeck Treasurer. Rugged Territory The class felt the need of an organization which would permit the airing of their own opinions. This resulted in the forming of the Freshman Discussion Group. Because mem- bers of the upper classes felt that they too wanted to belong, this was later expanded into the Northeastern Discussion Group. Everyone donned their best bib and tucker to attend the Frosh-Soph Dance, the Class of ' 48 ' s first fling into the Northeastern social circle. The exclusive Copley Plaza was the place, November 12, 1943 was the time, and the music for the evening was supplied by Pete Culter of Totem Pole fame. As all good things at N. U. turn out, the dance was a social success but a financial flop. Sigma Phi Psi, a foreign name to the halls of the alma mater, was the first, last, and only recognized sorority. This was organized tn June 1943 but was destined to live a short life. At its funeral. and over the ashes Omega Sigma, the present girls ' organization, grew in rem- carnation. Grace McKinley received the first Omega Sigma Scholarship offered to the co-ed who, in the opinion of impartial judges, was high in scholastic record and in general affability. Campus Doings With its us ual pomp, ceremony, and red tape the Army arrived and added an air of military life to the campus. However, the Army Specialized Training Program Unit was not destined to remain for long. The Service Flag which now hangs in the lobby of Richards Hall was dedicated with elaborate ceremonies on the 5th of January, 1944. Nationwide at- tention was given Northeastern when one of its former students, Donald A. Jay, ' 43, had the U. S. S. JAY named after him due to the fact that he had been killed in action. A new election was held in the spring of ' AA. Bill Davidson was elected President, Frances Rosen Vice-President, Earl V. Clark Secretary, and Sarkis Vartanian Treasurer. With the influx of new veterans an organ- ization was formed and Paul V. Shaughnessey was elected President. A room was set aside for the use of the Veterans Club, and when it was found that these quarters were inadequate due to the increased number of returning vet- erans, the presen: headquarters was allotted to them. Miss Louise Marsh, Instructor in the Physics Department, was named Adviser to Women. She was introduced to the girls at an Omega Sigma Tea given in the Student Union Room. Miss Marsh started off her career as adviser to the women by being instrumental in obtaining a lounge for the co-eds. Because of the large number of Huskies in the service it was deemed desirable that an or- ganization be formed which could send the Netrs and the Dean ' s Letter to our classmates. Under the auspices of Dean Harold W. Melvin the Husky Plus Club was organized. This proved to be one of the hardest working, least publicized groups in the University. Origin- ally composed of 5 fellows and 5 girls, it now has expended into a group of 25. Social Banter A red circle on the calendar, September 9, was the first annual Vets Dance. In semi- formal attire the couples danced to the smooth music of Harry Donehey and his band in the spacious hall of the Hotel Continental. Al- though the affair was not a financial success, this was due in part to the fact that it came at a vacation period. An election was held in the early part of the semester and Bill Davidson was re-elected Pres- ident. Judstin Radio was elected Vice-Presi- dent, Emily Lewis Secretary, and Jack Rack- liffe Treasurer. The social season of 1945 started off with an informal bang which was followed up by Pops in May. The Middler-Junior Dance was held in the beautiful Colonial Room of the Copley Plaza. A delightful evening of dancing, to the music of Lew Tobin, was enjoyed by all who attended. Northeastern Night at Pops was held on Mav 24. In spite of the fact that this affair came during the middle of exam week it was well attended. Summer Simmerings Elections again dominated the scene in June when William Davidson was once more chosen to lead the class. Francis Mastropieri was elected Vice-President, Chessie Zbikowska Sec- retary, and Jack Rackliffe was re-elected Treasurer. An increase in nervous breakdowns among students and faculty caused the powers that be to grant a three-week recuperation period. During the holiday Miss Marsh was shot with one of Dan Cupid ' s Arrows. On August 3, 1945 she married Dr. Bertrand E. Roberts of New York. Miss F. Ehzabeth Oelschlagel was appointed the new Adviser to Women. With the increasing number of veterans re- turning to the classroom the second annual Vets Dance turned out to be a gala time. The committee did themselves up brown by obtain- ing the service of Ruby N ewman and his band. the dance was held on September 23 at the Hotel Bradford. Orchids Galore With a swish of tulle gowns and a smell of mothballs, elite Boston society bowed down to the Presentation Dance on October 26 at Long- wood Towers. Bill Davidson presented the colors of the Class of 1950 to their president, Stanislaw Zbozen. For the first time in the history of the Class of 1948 the affair was a financial as well as a social success. This was the last social affair for 11 members of the class, who graduated on December 5. J. Richard Brown, upon being graduated in December, was appointed instructor in the Col- lege of Business Administration. Dick was active in Student Council and Nu Epsilon Zeta, as well as being Managing Editor of both the Neivs and the Cauldron. Ditto The new semester in December brought with it elections, and the same slate of officers were re-elected to carry the Class of 1948 to a conclusion. The commg of warm weather heralded the Spring Dance which was held on May 3 in the Crystal Ballroom of the Hotel Kenmore. This was the last dance that the Class of ' 48 spon- sored which was open to all N. U. Lew Tobin and his famous band furnished the music and a good time was had by all. All of the class was aflutter between prepar- ing for Senior Week and interviewing prospec- tive employers. It was with the greatest an- ticipation and with a wee bit of regret that the members of the Class of 1948 looked forward to a tremendous week followed by " the big day. " Zbikowska. D.iviils( Jn Memnriam 3fn Ijanor of tlje men of our clasig bjjjo fell for tfjeir country THEODORE BOORIS 1925-1944 MYRON R. BUCCHOLZ 1926-1945 JAMES JOHNSTON, Jr. 1926-1945 DAVID PARKER 1926-1945 AcH ' Francis J. Mastropieri, ' 48 President Kenneth E. Palmer, ' 48 Vice-President Grace P. McKinlay, ' 48 Secretary John B. Labbadia, Jr., ' 4£ Treasurer Dean Harold W. Melvin Faculty Adviser William Davidson Phyllis A. Batchelder Lois A. Brady James H. Brown Tohn Alden Cheever. Harry W. Dahlstrom Dwight M. Howe CLASS OF 1948 Ernest E. Mills Stephanie Sydoriak Sidney I. Mitchell Chessie Zbikowska Hannah H. Rothschild CLASS OF 1 949 Harold S. Dybvik George E. Giroux Robert T. Hall Jeanne L. Hillman CLASS OF 1950 Mark H. Mathes Dorothyan Shaw Elliot V. G. Rice Edward A. Stankevitch Eleanor K. Watts Bennett J. Wayler Stanislaus J. Zbozen J tudent L ouncil First Rom. Itjt to right: Palmer, Labbadia, Sydoriak. Mitchell. McKinlay, Mastropieri, Dean Melvin Sreo,,d Ro-jj. Irjt to right: Davidson. Rothschild, Shaw, Zbikowska, Hillman, Watts, Batchelder, Howe. Tluri Row. Ult to right: Brown. Wayler, Zbozen, Stankevich, Mills, Dybvik. First Row, left to right: Schloszberg. Batchelder, Novak, Dean Havic to right: Hafev, Morrice, Lambert. Thurrell, Gold, Watts. Third Ro Ullrich. Labbadia, FoKom RothsLhiU S,con i Row, Ujt Ifjt to right: Bacr, Black, Leach. Zbikowska, Chin, S tuident (ylmon L abmet John B. Labbadia, ' 48 President Phyllis A. Batchelder, ' 48 Secretary Pauline K. Novak, ' 48 Vice-President Calista M. Folsom, ' 48 Treasurer Dean Charles W. Havice Factdty Adviser Dean William C. White ADVISORY BOARD Dean Harold W. Melvin Professor Edward S. Parsons Dean Charles W. Havice Calista M. Folsom, ' 48 Leo J. Gold, ' 49 COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN John B. Labbadia, ' 48 John B. Morrice, ' 48 Pauline K. Novak, ' 48 David L. Thurrell, ' 49 COMMITTEE MEMBERS Hannah R. Auerbach, ' 50 Audrey Baer, ' 50 Marjorie Black, ' 50 George M. Brumis, ' 50 Katherine G. F. Chin, ' 50 Claire F. Cohen, ' 49 Caroline Hafey, ' 50 Robert F. Hannan, ' 50 Frank Lambert, ' 48 Eleanor F. Leach, ' 50 Jean L. MacDonald, ' 49 Robert M. Mellor, ' 50 Hannah H. Rothschild, ' 48 Elinor Scholzberg, ' 49 Ursula E. C. Ulrich, ' 49 Eleanor K. Watts, ' 49 Elliott V. Rice, ' 49 Editor-in-Chief James H. Brown, ' 49 Managing Editor Marjorie Black, ' 50 News Editor Professor Everett C. Marston Faculty Adviser Eleanor K. Watts, ' 49 Acting Feature Editor Alfred J. Pacelli, ' 4i Sports Editor Jeryle L. Konowitz Make-up Edilo, Lillian Kolodiz, ' 48 Personnel Manager 48 Robert Wiener, ' 48 Business Manager 49 Earl Yavner, ' 49 Acting Circulation Manager Barbara F. Stone, ' 50 Office Manager Helen Beatty, ' 50 Emily Lewis, ' 49 Elinor Sholzberg, ' 49 Louis Greenberg, ' 49 Bernice Halloran, ' 50 Charlotte Osher, ' 49 Florence Stern, ' 49 ' 49 E. Newell Austin, Norman Mills, ' 49 Jack Dreyfus, ' 50 Eleanor Leach, ' 50 Robert Lodgen, ' 50 Mildred Levine, ' 50 Allan Barnett, ' 49 Richard Lee, ' 50 Leo J. Gold, ' 49 Arlene Stern, ' 50 Lorraine Cohen, ' 50 Gloria Lombard, ' 50 Alden Hebard, ' 50 Sidney Modell, ' 50 Gloria Weisbond, ' 50 NEWS STAFF Phyllis Dennett, ' 50 Margaret McCarthy, ' 49 Harriet Sones, ' 50 Muriel White, ' 50 FEATURE STAFF Evelyn Griffin, ' 49 Betty Goldstein, ' 49 Frank Lambert, ' 48 David L Lowell, ' 48 Jordan Pearlson, ' 50 Martin Rottenberg, ' 49 Lois R. Waldmon, ' 50 SPORTS STAFF Martin Grossack, ' 50 Marjorie Mulligan, ' 50 CIRCULATION Harold Garber, ' 50 Eleanor Levin, ' 49 Morton Noddell, ' 50 Lila Sweet, ' 50 ADVERTISING Ernest E. Mills, ' 48 Joseph Wenkus, ' 50 STAFF Lois Kessell, ' 50 Barbara Lieberman, Emanuel Salos, ' 48 PHOTOGRAPHIC Richard B. Brooks, ' 50 Francis Stansfield, ' 49 MAKE-UP STAFF Robert T. Hannan, ' 50 Myron Rubin, ' 49 ART STAFF GENERAL STAFF Ed.ess Hopkins, ' 50 STAFF ' Arthur Segall, ' 50 STAFF Robert Gately, ' 50 Joseph Wolfson, ' 49 Richard Lindi, ' 49 Jerry Cirignano, ' 48 Nan Marder, ' 50 Iris Lituack, ' 50 C n n n ' a p r P First Row. left to right: Taylor, Trowsdale. Second Row. Ujt to Heffron. Third Row, left to right ' iener. Strecchon, Rawnsley, Saumselgle. I ■ight : Knowlton, Sandler, Kyle, Doherty, Miller, Scruton, Steiff, Levine, Lambert, earns, Rothschild, Hairisou. Kt . i, Plaisted, Caplan, Mills, Cahn, Atltinson, Maron, Gidez, O ' Toolc. LA. y mencan J ocieti wiencan. — wcieiiA :kamcal C n ecyiamcai i vtameers Robert W. Saumsiegle, ' 48 President Robert Wiener, ' 4 Secretary James A. Rawnsley, ' 48 George P. Streechon, Vice-President Treasurer Professor Frederick A. Sterns faculty Adviser Arthur G. Atkinson Irving M. Cahn Aaron M. Caplan Evo Castelli John J. Doherty Wilbur H. Farley Joseph Garcia Robert G. Harrison Paul Heffron Herbert W. Anston Robert W. Clarke Henry K. Close Paul M. Cormier Harold Dybvik Leonard P. Entin Harold E. Fine Daniel M. Fox Melvin D. Gidez Walter R. Gilbert Harry M. Gloss Muir W. Grant Earl R. Hamilton Rowland B. Hill Edward Hoffman Theodore A. Izzi CLASS OF 1 948 Charles W. Knowlton Arthur J. Kyle Frank Lambert Bernard G. Levine Harold Maron George Merker Ernest E. Mills John F. O ' Toole John L. Preston CLASS OF 1949 Jeryle L. Konowitz Lester W. Keating William J. Keck Theodore W. Kudryk Roger V. Lanouette Maxwell Lazarus Robert V. Lekys Bertram S. Long Richard J. McCormick Henry C. Miksztowicz John J. Mullins William B. Miller Edward E. Nicholas Frank J. O ' Gonowski Albert D. Olsen Ivan N. Page Henry L. Peck Hannah H. Rothschild Hyman Sandler George S. Scrutin S. Leonard Spitz Leon H. Steiff Harold E. Taylor Henry P. Trowsdale Lester Wilker Robert J. Persson Richard B. Plaisted Mary L. Pottle Dominic A. Sanni Samuel Simons Frederick E. Schofield Robert T. Thorpe Sebastian D. Tine Lawrence D. Root Herman E. Radke Albert V. Reinhart Sherman J. M. Somerset Augustus Ventre John A. Ward Kurt Wessely Earl M. Yavner M. Richard Harris, ' 48 President John J. Leahy, ' 48 Vice-President Leroy J. Rackliffe, ' 48 Secretary-Treasurer Professor Roland G. Porter Faculty Adviser Alfred L. Brody Alan F. Gate Robert J. Costello William Davidson Philip Garnick Peter N. Allinson Robert B. Angus Sidney Annis E. Newell Austin John B. Burdett Anthony J. Caggiano Walter M. Chase, Jr. Joseph A. Ciccio Richard D. Clark Sylvio E. Desjardins Michael J. DiBartolmeis Donald K. Foulkes CLASS OF 1 948 Henry S. Hall Robert N. G. Horn Russell A. Johnson Jason Klayman Joseph Levine CLASS OF 1949 Stanley H. Gordon Robert T. Hall Lloyd H. Herendeen Peter A. Hjalested Bernard A. Kriegsman Mark P. Levine Fred A. Loscocco Edward Marcinkiewicz Richard E. McKenzie George S. Mulcahy James P. Murray, Jr. Mario A. Nucefora Joseph A. Wolfson Raymond Oden Sidney F. Quint Brian H. Saunders Charles C. Terzis Edwin P. Uses Francis P. Oresteen Cosimo Pescatore, Jr. Ralph M. Pool Warren M. Reeves Myron S. Rubin Hugh P. Simms Stanley F. Smith, Jr. Frederick B. Sprague Francis H. Stansfield Charles J. Stukas Nicholas Izamos Frank G. Usseglio wiencavi institute (l lectncal C vialnee 6 first Ro-Jj. Ult 10 right; Hum. Bower, Saunders. Harris, Leahy. Cummings. Quint. Second Row. Irft to right: Odei Garniciv, Hall, Uses, Gate, Terzis. Third Rozo. lift to right: Da% ' idson, Costello, Brody, Levine. Klayman. Second Row. Ir.lt to f odhea ie n Umiuer6 it nameenn f J ocleL Francis J. Mattropiere, ' 48 President John M. Campbell, ' 48 Vice-President David I. Lowell, ' 48 Secretary Carl W. Eschelbach, ' 48 Treasurer Professor Charles O. Baird Faculty Adviser Charles Axelrod Bernard A. Barnes John M. Campbell Donald B. Carter CLASS OF 1948 Carl W. Eschelbach David I. Lowell Francis J. Mastropieri Alfred J. Pacelli Kenneth E. Palmer William E. Savage Francis R. Tinsler James G. Boulogiane Edward M. Cummings S. Raymond Desmarais Thomas B. Fryer Louis Lunetta CLASS OF 1949 Paul M. Massad Robert F. Pierce Rudolph C. Radigan ■W ' illiam R. Recktenwald James M. Rosa Robert H. Sprenger Bernard F. Stone " Warren R. Viets George H. ' Wilton Albert H. Isenberg, " 48 President Joseph F. Vozzella, ' 49 Treasurer Joseph Caputo Isadore N. Cooperman Robert Belt Willard Fiscus Earle Fritz Raymond W. Guessetto George C. Hayes John Herb Sumner M. Barnett Leon S. Greenberg Andrew J. McNeil, ' 50 Secretary Vice-President Manuel G. Koutrakis, ' 48 Professor Chester P. Baker Faculty Adviser CLASS OF 1948 Francis E. Harrington Lillian Kolodiz Nicholas Pandiscio CLASS OF 1949 Gerard L. Lafond William Matfess Norman G. Mills Harold M. Palefsky Martin Rottenberg CLASS OF 195 Jack S. Lepinsky John P. Nolan Lawrence W. Patriquin Irving M. Saslaw Robert S. Welsh Joseph S. Sylva, Jr. Gorham G. Simmons Allen N. Towne Charles A. Waugaman Hartley E. Wilder Ira A. Wolfson Walter J. Pojasek Gerald L. Sherwood LA, y4vviencan institute L kemicai C nalneeys CT n O I ■ (Ah ■■ First Roil ' . Ifll l« riKkl: Mitchell, Koutrakis. Isenberc. Prof. Baker, Kolodiz, Vozella, Hillman. S,-cond Row. Irjt right: Guesetto, Harrington, Fritz, Caputo, Mills, Saslaw, Pollock, Herb, Hayes. (fs Q ' n t First Rom. Irjt to right: Griffin, Kolodiz, Caputo, Carlson. nglit: Nickcrson. Lawson, Guesetto. Cohen, Shaw, Ginsberc. Row. hit to right: Catotti, Weiner, Hayes, He I. Second Ru ■Ington, Kontr; wiencan L kewilcai S octet ' i Emanuel Salos, ' 48 President Francis Rosen, ' 48 Vice-President Lois A. Brady, ' 49 Secretary Roger Gifford, ' 49 Treasurer Leo D. Cohen Isadore N. Cooperman Rita Ginsberg Francis E. Harrington Alfred H. Isenberg Mona L. Kennedy Lois A. Brady Irving Canner Earle Fritz Roger Gifford Louis P. Greenberg Evelin F. Griffin Raymond W. Guessetto George C. Hayes John Herb Jeanne L. Hillman Sumner M. Barnett Leon S. Greenberg Shirley M. Hanson Christine L. Johnson Dr. Arthur A. Vernon Faculty Adviser CLASS OF 1 948 Lillian Kolodiz Manuel G. Koutrakis Charles T. Mitchell Ruth E. Reiner Francis Rosen CLASS OF 1949 Wladislaw P. Kaminsky Alice Lousarevian Charles Lubinger Norman Mills Andrew J. McNeil Richard E. Newmark Maurice H. Nickerson Edmund Podbielski Walter Pollock CLASS OF 1950 Harold Kesselman Irma Komisar Walter Leefman Norman Rubin Manuel Salos Irving Saslaw Leo E. Topol Sarkis A. Vartnian Alfred D. Winer Jacob Roseman Martin Rottenberg Abigail H. Schneider David M. Sheehan Elizabeth A. Somers Samuel Spiegel Bernard Stern Norman Waddleton Ira A. Wolfson George Yee Morton Levy John P. Nolan Lawrence W. Patriquin Dorothyan Shaw Phillip T. Heffernan, ' 49 President Edward Davis, ' 50 Vice-President Lillian Kolodis, ' 48 Secretary Sidney Parlow, ' 49 Treasurer Dean William T. Alexander Faculty Adviser Paul Heffron Aaron Kaplan CLASS OF 1 941 George Sandler George Scrutin Leon Steiff Robert A. Wiener Allan A. Barnett Marion Barnett James H. Brown, Jr Laurie P. Cotton CLASS OF 1949 Morton Nadell Sidney Parlow Ralph Peterson Arthur C. Pierotti Phyllis Potter Annette Richman Barbara Stone Samuel Simons CLASS OF 195 William E. Bordgeman, Jr, Martin Grossack Howard Cohen Eugene Larapert Francis Gardner Victor Levitt Harold B. Shufro William Stevenson J ocietu for the vayicewien tof aviaQewievi t First Rem. lejt lo rislU: CaLterall. Scruton. Steiff, Dean Alexander, Winer. Barnett, Heffron. Second Rota. Ir t to right: Caplan. Brown. Kolodiz, Stone, Richman, Potter, Barnett. Padlow, Third Row. left to right: Gloss, Davis, Sandler, Gardner, Stankevich, Lodgen, Cotton, First Rozo. Irj (0 n ' Jit: Prof. Combellack, Dalpleish, Barnes. to right: Samiljian. tuttle, Thur.e Wdovi eta Harrison. Rawnslev. Sherwood. II. Hall, Tinsler. Nell. Harris. Robert G. Harrison, ' 48 David I. Lowell, ' 48 Grand Master Grand Scribe Bernard A. Barnes, ' 48 James A. Rawnsley, ' 48 Vice-Grand Master Grand Chancellor Gerald L. Sherwood, ' 50 Professor W. J. Combellack Fledgemaster Faculty Adviser CLASS OF 1948 Bernard A. Barnes Robert G. Harrison James A. Rawnsley Henry S. Hall Frank Lambert, Jr. Brian H. Saunders M. Richard Harris David I. Lowell CLASS OF 1949 Roger N. Tuttle Kenneth F. Olsen Bernard F. Stone John K. Dalgleish Robert Pierce David L. Thurrell CLASS OF 195 Wesley B. Burgess Alden C. Hebard Robert Neil Richard B. Brooks Frederick James Edward P. Samiljan Robert C. Clark Raymond C. Mclntire Robert M. Mellor Gerald L. Sherwood BROTHERS IN THE FACULTY Mr. J. Richard Brown Prof. Wilfred J. Combellack Prof. J. James Devine Mr. Arthur K. Littlefield Prof. George W. Towle Dean Harold W. Melvin Dean William C. White Prof. George H. Meserve Mr. Albert E. Sanderson Prof. Ernest L. Spencer John F. Doherty, Jr., ' 4 President Bennett J. Wayler, ' 49 Vice-President Ivan N. Page, ' Treasurer Woodrow W. Tucker, " 50 Secretary Mr. George W. Hankinson Faculty Adviser John F. Doherty, Jr. CLASS OF 19 ' Francis W. Gardner Elmer S. Filkins Frank P. Golas CLASS OF 1949 Ivan N. Page Edward A. Stankevich Bennett J. Wayler Russell A. Bachand Arthur R. Calderaro Richard W. Hatch CLASS OF 195 Dwight M. Howe Alfred Judd James S. Langdon Richard J. McDonald Woodrow W. Tucker Stanislaus J, Zbozen BROTHERS IN THE FACULTY Prof. Milton J. Schlagenhauf Mr. George W. Hankinson Prof. George E- Pihl Prof. Albert E. Whittaker awiwia first Row. Ir t tf Tucker, Wayler, Mr. Hankinson, Doherty, Page. Second Rom. Ujt to right: Calderaro, Langdo Filkins, Stankevich, Gardner, Zbozen, Howe. First RoTc; Icjl to risht: Prin a, Catotti. Paceli;. Catterall. HiUv. Mr. Wallace, Seroiid Roa,, U-jt to right: worth, Mills, Billings, Warner, Prendiville. Scott. J iqma l kl y lpka George W. Catterall, ' 48 President Arthur J. Hilly, ' 48 Treasurer Alfred J. Pacelli, ' 48 Peter A. Hjaltested, ' 49 Vice-President Secretary Mr. William Wallace Faculty Adviser CLASS OF 194: Edward B. Catotti Ernest E. Mills William A. Billings Donald S. Butterworth CLASS OF 195 John F. Prendiville Michael Princiotta Walter E. Scott David E, Warner BROTHERS IN THE FACULTY Prof. Lawrence F. Cleveland Dr. Reginald G. Lacount Prof. Gerald R. Tattoo Prof. Chester H. Wolowicz Phillip A. Nims, ' 49 President Lester Keating, ' 49 Vice-President Harold Dybvik, ' 49 Secretary " Lawrence O. Root, ' 4S Treasi rer Professor Otis F. Cushman Faculty Adviser Charles W. Knowlton, ' 48 Roland B. Hill, ' 49 Rudolph C. Radigan, ' 49 Herman E. Radke, ' 49 Leon W. Rank, ' 49 BROTHERS IN THE FACULTY Dean William T. Alexander Prof. Emil A. Gramstorff , ' eia iaiTiwia C p6iion Fust Row. left lo rislit: Knowlton, Dybvik, Prof. Cushman. Rj.it, Xlnis. S.-cond Row, left to right: Keating, R.iJkc. RaJij First Row, hit to right: Vozzell.i. Weil, Prof. Coolidce, Entin, Patriquin. Sailoom Second Row. left to right: Bell, O ' Neil, Reeves, Thurrell, Baga, L ne66 L iub John T. Bell, ' 49 Merchezo L. Boga, ' 50 Leonard P. Entin, ' 49 Eugene W. O ' Neil, ' 50 Lawrence W. Patriquin, ' 50 " Warren M. Reeves, ' 49 Albert Salloon, ' 50 David L. Thurrell, ' 49 Joseph F. Vozzella, ' 49 William Weil, ' 50 Professor Joseph A. Collidge Faculty Adviser Louisa J. Ashton, ' 48 Alan Barnett, ' 49 John P. Canner, ' 50 Sidney Cohan, ' 50 Isadora N. Cooperman, ' 48 Joseph F. Courtney, ' 50 Paul G. Dastcn, ' 50 Vivian Fain, ' 48 Leo J. Gold, ' 49 Betty L. Goldstein, ' 49 Gordon P. Holder, ' 49 Richard A. Lundi, ' 49 Martin J. Ludwig, ' 49 Francis M. Myers, ' 49 Jordan Pearlson, ' 50 Melvyn G. Prifti, ' 49 Gerald S. Reder, ' 50 Ruth E. Reiner, ' 48 Harriet S. Ruskin, ' 49 Arlene P. Stern, ' 50 Natalie Stone, ' 50 Robert S. Tiemann, ' 50 Ursula E. C. Ullrich, ' 4 Helen L. Yates, ' 50 Dr. " William J. Pinard Faculty Adviser 2), rayyiauc tie Sc ocie t First Row. Irit to nsht: Lindi. Gold, Fain, Ullrich, Ashtoi Borditslty, Rosenthal, Stone, Milgroom, White, Myers, Sten Rottenberg, Ravech, Raeder, Polio Riener, Dr, Pinard Perlson. Siconi Row. left to right: Kolodiz, Goldberg, Crandell. Third Row. hjt to risht: Gold, ;. Grossman, Barnett. Goldstein. First Row. left to ■ishl- Sh.anuk Frecdm.ni l, k U Ihil Uiiil.LrE Mi ' - ' s Oelschlegel, Faunce Stcoiid Row, lejt to nghl: Rothschild, Jaffc. Blick W ills hers Zbikow ka, Lewis, Chin, Schafer yywieaa J i (Ad L ma Preside it . . . . . . . Francis Lezberg, ' 49 Vice-President ...... Rita H. Ginsberg, ' 48 Secretary ....... Pauline K. Novak, ' 48 Treasurer ..... Chairman. Social Committee . Chairman, All-University Committee . Chair?nan, Publicity Committee Chairman, Omega Sigma Room Committee Senior Representatives Junior Representatives Middler Representative Sophomore Representative Freshman Representative Faculty Adviser Ruth L. Freedman, ' 49 Virginia M. Shattuck, ' 49 . Eleanor K. Watts, ' 49 Marjorie M. Faunce, ' 49 Emily A. Lewis, ' 49 Hannah H. Rothschild, ' 48 Chessie Zbikowska, ' 48 Dorothy E. Jaffe, ' 49 Harriet M. Schafer, ' 49 Frances M. Myers, ' 49 Marjorie Bb.ck, ' 50 Katherine G. F. Chin, ' 50 Miss F. Elizabeth Oelschlagel William E, Waskow, ' 50 Robert E. Wesselhoff, ' 50 President Secretary Matthew J. Reiser, ' 50 Paul R, Cahill, ' 49 Vice-President Treasurer Professor John B. Pugsley Faculty Adviser wete avi6 issoclatlovi VVcsfelhiiff. W iskow, Rci -r. Rauaii First Row. left to right: Brennan, Griffin, Tvvombly, Carlson, Schafer, Qeveland, Freedman, Levin, Lezberg, Ginsberg. Sicond Rom. lift to right: Faunce, Reiner. Baer, Le Vatt, Lousarevian, Milgraom. Leach. Hafev. Chin. Zeller, Dwelley. Third Ron: Uft to right: Braunstein. Clark. Freedman. Burgess, Mills, Whelplev, Hall, Hebard, Hayes, Ford, Baer. Fourth Row. lejt to right: Waskow, McCloskey, Waldman, Bell, Romanelli, Zbozen, Wayler, Simms, Rottenberg, Bolduc, Vozella. K koy ai J ociet f Lois A. Brady, ' 49 Joseph A. Ciccio, ' 49 President Vice-President Harriet M. Schaffer, ' 49 Ruth L. Freedman, ' 49 Secretary Music and Piano Professor Lawrence F. Cleveland Faculty Adviser Hannah H. Auerbach, ' 50 Amely H. Baer, ' 50 Eleanor R. Carlson, ' 49 Katherine G. F. Chin, ' 50 Judith W. Cohen, ' 50 Phyllis A. Dennett, ' 50 Marjorie M. Faunce, ' 49 Shirley E. Batchelder, ' 50 Yolanda Capua, ' 50 Doris G. Clark, ' 50 John T. Bell, ' 49 Sidney Cohen, ' 50 Harold " W. Curtis, ' 49 Thomas E. Billington, ' 50 Alfred L. Brody, ' 48 ■Wesley B. Burgess, ' 50 Robert ' . Clark, Jr., ' 49 SOPRANOS Jean M. Ford, ' 50 Frances S. Freedman, ' 50 Margaret E. Frye, ' 50 Rita H. Ginsberg, ' 48 Evelyn F. Griffin, ' 49 Eleanor F. Leach, ' 50 Marilyn Levin, ' 50 Frances Lezberg, ' 49 ALTOS Mary D. Dunsford, ' 50 Audrey V. Dwelley, ' 50 Caroline R. Hafey, ' 50 TENORS Clement McDermott, ' 50 Thomas D. Morse, ' 50 Frank E. Snyder, ' 50 Elliot D. Waldman, ' 50 BARITONES Arthur L. Freundlich, ' 49 Evan B. Flamer, Jr., ' 50 Henry S. Hall, ' 48 BASSES Stewart M. McKay, ' 50 Norman G. Mills, ' 49 Alice Lousarevian, ' 49 Phyllis Milgroom, ' 50 Harriet S. Ruskin, ' 49 Bertha S. Smith, ' 50 Elizabeth A. Tarbox, ' 50 Theresa H. B. Twombly, Phyllis L Udelson, ' 50 Sonii Spray, ' 50 Vivian V. Zeller, ' 50 ■William E. ■Waskow, ' 50 Richard F. ' Whelpley, ' 50 Stanislaus J. Zbozen, ' 50 Sumner A. Riskin, ' 50 Alden C. Hebard, ' 50 Arthur J. Romanelli, ' 50 Bernard A. Barnes Phyllis A. Batchelder Bramwell A. Bury Calista M. Folsom Francis R. Hankard CLASS OF 1948 Arthur J. Kyle Frank Lambert David I. Lowell Grace P. McKinlay John N. McLaughlin Pauline K. Novak Frances Rosen Hannah H. Rothschild Chessie Zbikowska Lois A. Brady Eleanor R. Carlson CLASS OF 1949 Arthur J. Cunningham Marjorie M. Faunce Emily A. Lewis Eleanor K. Watts Christine L. Johnson Eleanor F. Leach CLASS OF 1950 Richard B. Pelley Dorothyan Shaw William E. Waskow Faculty Advisor Dean Harold W. Melvin J u hu I lu6 L iub First Rom. left to nnht: Lewis, Faunce Zbikows Lowell, Hankard, Johnson, McKinley, Waskow, Ba Lambert, Batchelder, Novak, Rothschild. Second Row. Itjt to right: Third Row. left to right : Folsom, Rosen, Shaw, Leach, Watts, Carlson, Left to Tight: Oztemel. Travis, Newman, Jeffers, Daniels, Bedard, Guttln. Cashton. Ritchie, Schofield, Wolfson. Mr. Capon, Seavey, Krasker, Todisco. mna £5and George N. Jeffers, ' 50 Roger C. Daniels, ' 50 Marvin I. Guttin, ' 50 David Newman, ' 49 TROMBONES SAXOPHONES Ira Oztemel, ' 50 TRUMPETS Lewis A. Bedard, ' 50 DRUMS Howard A. Schofield, ' 50 BASS Angelo M. Todisco, ' 50 PIANO Barney Krasker, ' 50 Sidney Cashton, ' 50 Henry N. Travis, ' 50 Leonard G. Wolfson, 49 Donald G. Ritchie, ' 50 Librarian Glennis J. Seavey, ' 50 Assistant Librarian Cresra M. Reidy, ' 50 Faculty Adviser Mr. R. Lawrence Capon Irving Canner, ' 49 Seymour W. Berman, ' 50 President Secretary Sumner Fanger, ' 49 Allan A. Barnett, ' A9 Vice-President Treasurer Prof. James T. Barrs Faculty Adviser George S. Scruton CLASS OF 1941 S. Leonard Spitz Leon H. Steiff Milton S. Glassman CLASS OF 1949 George C. Hayes Allen N. Towne Richard M. Bromberg Richard B. Brooks Doris Cooperman Frances S. Freedman CLASS OF 195 Robert M. Glassman Arthur N. Mogel Caroline R. Hafey Nelson L. Rains Eva L. Hoffman Phyllis ' L Udelson Eugene M. Lampert Morton W. Wolff Wing G. Wong ame a L iub First Row, It-It to right : Spitz, Berman, T.inirer, C.nnner, B,irnctt, Prof. B.-irrs. Si-cnnd Ram, left to riglit: Cooperm.in, Lovelt, Sermon, L.ipuck. R.nm.s, StciR. Hafey. First Row. lijt to n ht: Mr Fenn, Hamlui, Goldberp. Braverman, Vagenheim, Melsler, Mr. Wallace. Second Ron: t,-lt to right: Black. Slegal, S. Berman, Cohen. Lampert, Myers. Third Rom, left to right: Grossack. GofF, Lapuck, Sternick, A. Berman, Labbadia. Gold. international r elation6 K iuh CLASS OF 1 941 John B. Labbadia Murray R. Braverman CLASS OF 1949 Leo J. Gold Henry B. Hamlin Earnest Siegel Seymour W. Berman Marjorie Black CLASS OF 195 Martin M. Grossack Sidney H. Sternick Eugene M. Lampert Sylvia Vagenheim Marvin A. Myers FACULTY ADVISERS Mr. Edmund Winthrop Fenn Mr. Edward S. Wallace Richard D. Clark Presidejil Ralph E. Preble, Jr., ' 50 Secretary -Treasurer Philip J. McNamara, ' 50 Ordnance Officer Professor J. James Devine Faculty Adviser CLASS OF 1949 Leo J. Gold Aaron P. Blank David Brothers Samuel Brown Thomas M. Cass CLASS OF 195 Norma T. DiBonna Jack D. Dreyfus Harvey P. Goldie Richard A. Lee Richard B. Pelley Arthur C. MacKenzie Harold N. Marenberg James L. Nevins Richard A. Nickerson r lne L mb First Rom. If ft to rhiil: Drcyfcs Holt Birnelt Brother-. Brooke Cirrran, Srronw Row. 1,-ft to rhhl : Blank. Bl.ick, M.ircnlnir(;h. Lee. McN.innri Prof DeMne Wiesboiul OuaglicrL Tliiril Rnw. leU to rnhl: Pellev, Nevins. Preble, Nickerson, Gelles, Simnis, Golil First Row, lijt to rislit: Lewis, Shattuck, HiUman, Stem. Garde: Srcotid Row, Lit to right: Faunce, Myers, Ullrich. L keeneadi CLASSOF1949 Marjorie M. Faunce Francis M. Myers Jeanne L. Hillman Emily A. Lewis Virginia M. Shattuck Ursula E. C. Ullrich CLASS OF 1950 Louise V. C. Gardella Florence S. Stern Faculty Adviser Miss F. Elizabeth Oelschlegel ll5a6ketbali by Alfred J. Pacelli Handling his first Northeastern basket- ball team, Coach Gene Pare welcomed over seventy candidates at the opening practice. With a seeming abundance of material on hand, a two-team system was tentatively planned, but medical exams and draft calls soon made the scheme unrealistic. The opening game brought the Huskies against a strong A. I. C. five which had al- ready won seven games. Northeastern ' s starting lineup read: Norman Gosselin and Ben Coleman, both freshman, at the for- wards ; Tom Blair, another freshman, at center; and Hal Maron, a senior, and Eddie Stankevich, a junior, both former lettermen, at the guards. The average height of the squad was six feet. During the first half, the N. U. five stayed with the powerful Aces ; but the question of experience and condition soon began to tell in the second stanza, Northeastern bowing, 74-47. Gosse- lin made a notable effort with fifteen points. In their second game, the Red and Black again met defeat, this time at the hands of Connecticut. After driving five hours in a blinding snowstorm and almost impossible road con- ditions, the Huskies reached Worcester and garnered their first victory at the expense of a heretoforth undefeated Clark University team. John Labbadia, ' 45 letterman who up until this time had been playing a substi- tute ' s role, scored 12 points to start a scor- ing spree which soon boosted him into the starting lineup. Three more defeats at tiie hands of W. P. I., Maine, and M. I. T. were registered before N. U. tasted victory again. Playing at the University of New Hamp- shire, the Huskies came from way behind to win on Labbadia ' s lay-up shot with only three seconds to play. Final score was N. U, 46, N. H. 44. In the first of our traditional games with B. U., the Red and Black were soundly beaten, 62-26. In an attempt to strike on a winning com- bination, Coach Pare moved George Watts and Jack Butchard up to the starting team, using eight men and rotating them through- out the game. It was also about this time that John Labbadia was elected captain. With some fancy shooting by Gosselin, Labbadia, and Blair in the last few minutes of play, the Huskies came from behind to top Bates, 60-52. Big Hal Maron regis- tered eight points for himself, the most he First Row. Ult to right: Maron. Labbadia, Coleman, Stankevich. Stcojid Roa hit to nslit: P.icelli, Keegan, Butchard. Glazier. Lengas, Mye iJadketbail had made in tour years of competition. Three more losses, first to Tufts, then Low- ell Textile, and finally A. I. C, came before the next victory, the win being racked up against New Hampshire for the second time. Again Northeastern came from be- hind to win in the last few minutes of play. The rest of the season saw us going with- out a victory, and losing to Harvard, Maine, B. U. and Connecticut for the second time. Season record: won 4, lost 13. After the close of the season letters were awarded to John Labbadia, Hal Maron, Nor- man Gosselin, Eddie Stankevich, George Watts, Tom Blair, Ben Coleman, and to Manager Alfred Pacelli. THE SQUAD Mr. Eugene G. Pare Coach John Labbadia, ' 50 (N) Captahi Alfred J. Pacelli, ' 48 (N) Manager Thomas L. Blair, ' 50 (N) John F. Butchard, ' 50 , Benjamin B. Coleman, ' 50 (N) Walter L. Glazer, ' 49 Norman J. Gosselin, ' 50 (N) Robert D. Keegan, ' 50 Harry E. Lengas, ' 50 Harold Maron, ' 48 (N) Robert R. Schwarz, ' 50 Edward A. Stankevich, ' 49 (N) George Watts, ' 50 (N) THE SQUAD Mr. Eugene G. Pare Russell A. Stiles, ' 47 (N) Coach Captain Thomas C. Malloy, ' 49 (N) John S. Brown, ' 50 Joseph R Eid, •A9 (N) Carl W. Eschelbach, ' 48 George E. Giroux, ' 49 (N) William J. Grossie, ' 49 James D. Hagan, ' A9 David B. Kaplan, •A9 (N) Robert D. Keegan, ' 49 (N) James S. Langdon, ' 50 Daniel B. Miller, ' 50 James P. Murray, Jr., ' 49 Stanley E. Rodman, ' 49 (N) Robert R. Schwarz, ' 49 (N) John Sikora, ' 47 (N) Samuel Speigel, ' 49 Edward T. Spinucci, ' 49 Edward A. Stankevich, ' 49 (N) Robert Steinberg, ' 49 Francis X. ' Walsh, ' 49 (N) Bennett J. Wayler, ' 49 (N) Stanislaus J. Zbozen, ' 50 SEASON ' S SCORES B. U.. 4 . . . . N. U. 24 Brown 6 . . . . N. U. Bates 16 . . N. U. 6 Amherst 10 . N. U. 2 U. of Maine 6 . . N. U. 10 Harvard 10 . . N. u. Connecticut 8 . . N. U. 4 New Hampshire 1 .. . N. u. 2 W. P. I. 5 . . N. U. 1 i5a6ebaii s ' ' %l ' " ' ■ ' H ' mtt oJ ' f ? vts r t iBmr- v4 y First Row. Itjt to rhi ' t. Kaplan, Wavier. Stankevich, Sikora, tnroux. Ketear,, Miller. Sr,„,ul R.,:r. I,-, I t.. ,,,hl: Mi. Pra Donovan, Langdon, Steinberg, ZlTOzen, Murray, Co.ich Pare. Third Ron; Ujt to right: Schwarz, Eid. Walsh, Rodman. Fint Rov,. Ujt to right: Welsh. Billings, Calderaro. Savage, Austin. otid Row, left to riglil: Campbell. Buchanan. Coach Tatton, Mills, Ha L ro66 L c oun With a nucleus of four returning letter- men, Coach Jerry Tatton moulded one of the finest cross-country teams ever to wear the red and black of Northeastern. Ernie Mills, Bob Welsh, Shorty Austin and Bill Buchanan were veteran hill and dalers while newcomers were Ed Savage, Harry Hart and Art Calderero. In its first meet N. U. defeated Harvard and Worcester Polytech on the Harvard course by a score of 35 to 45 and 45, with Mills, Savage, and Hart leading the winners. The next week Northeastern upset a favored M. I. T. aggregation 27 to 29, with Mills and Welsh pacing the Huskies to this well- earned victory. Traveling to Storrs the next week the Harriers defeated Conn. 20 to 39. Displaying their best form of the season. Northeastern took second place in the New England Cross-Country Championships, los- ing only to Rhode Island State. As a reward for their fine work the team was sent to the U by Morton Lutch IC4A Championships in New York and garnered fifth place. They defeated such teams as Dartmouth, Cornell, Fordham, Co- lumbia, etc. Running the best race of his career. Bob Welsh was the first N. U. man to cross the finish line taking twenty-ninth spot in the hundred-plus field. Following this meet Bob Welsh was elected captain for the season. CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM E. Newell Austin, ' 49 (N) William Buchanan, ' 48 Arthur Calderaro, ' 50 (N) Harry Hart, ' 50 (N) Ernest E. Mills, ' 48 (N) Robert Welsh, ' 48 (N) Edward P. Savage, ' 50 (N) i ack The winter and spring of 1942 brought to Coach " Jerry " Tatton a track season com- parable to the Husky pre-war seasons in the number and success of the meets. The squad, the largest and most experienced since 1943, was composed of veterans from the previous year ' s team with returned serv- ice veterans and a sprinkling of freshmen giving the depth needed to back the out- standing stars. The season ' s first competition was in an open meet held at Maiden High, Three firsts gave N. U. the lead in the open events with 201 2 points. Captain Ernie Mills dou- bled in the 440 and 880-yard runs as veteran Paul Hodge easily annexed the laurels in the high jump. The Boston " Y " handicap meet, a week later, also fell to the Huskies as they scored 20 points to M. I. T. ' s 15 and Rhode Island State ' s 9. Firsts in three events were ac- counted for by Bob Welsh in the two-mile, and Mills, from scratch, in the 600. Paul Hodge, from scratch, and Raymond Ran- dolph, with five inches, tied for the lead in the high jump. The first college meet of the year ended with N. U. on top. N. U.— 51, M. I. T.— 38 and Brown — 10 was how the score read when the last tape was broken at Cambridge. The Huskies swept all four places in the shot with Charley Knowles winning. Gale Foster threw the 3 5 -pound weight 43 feet to win while Mills and ' Welsh accounted for firsts in the mile and two-mile respectively. Journeying to Bates, the Huskies were ex- pected to really streak. The team lived up to its expectations but were pushed for top honors by a fighting Bowdoin squad. The by Ernest E. Mills final score was N. U. — 59 13 30, Bowdoin 51 17 30 and Bates — 6, with the final out- come in doubt until the last events. Husky Ed Boudreau tied the meet and cage record in winning the 40-yard dash in 4.6 seconds. Mills turned in a fine 1:17.7 — 600, which, together with a win in the 1000 and place in the 300, gave him 13 points for the after- noon ' s work. Foster and Knowles contin- ued their good work by accounting for firsts in their events. E. Newell Austin led an N. U. sweep of the two-mile, and freshman John Flanagan slammed into the 300 for his first college win. The Husky relay quarter, composed of Larry Root, Brian Casey, Mills, and Flan- agan was victorious in its one and only race of the season. Traveling the boards in the Boston Garden at the annual B. A. A. meet, the foursome defeated Rensselaer Polytecli- nic Institute and Mass. State by a good thirty yards. The Boston " Y " was the scene of the N. E. A. A. U. Championships which at- tracted New England ' s top athletes. Unoffi- cial score gave the Huskies the top honors with 201 points. M. I. T. collected 12 while Tufts and Rhode Island had 11 each. Husky New England champs were: Mills in a good 600-yard race, and ' Welsh in the gru- eling three-mile. Other N. U. point scorers were Harry Hart, second, and Austin, third in the three-mile ; Flanagan, third — 600 ; and Hodge second with Raymond Randolph, tied for third in the high jump. Three days after this victory, the unde- feated Husky was toppled by Tufts. Tufts ' mainspring was Frank Cassidy, winner of the mile and two-mile. Knowles and Mills First Row. lelt 111 nght: L ' jldera.i, BilliMg , Welsh. Coach Talton, Austin, Georgerian, Casey, Leefman. Snond K ru,. U-jt to right: Assistant Coach Bowen, Knowles. Grigsby, Root, Mills. Hart, Flanagan, Manager Lutch. Third Rom. lejt to right: Duffy, Seller, Kushner, Wenkus, Wallace, Jones. rack with Hodge and Randolph in a three-way tie in the high jump along with freshman Ulric Grigsly in the broad jump accounted for first in their specialties. The team lacked the wins in the running events provided in the previous meets. Traveling to New York for the I. C. A. A. meet in Madison Square Garden, Mills and Flanagan competed in the 600-yard run to officially end the indoor year. Flanagan ran the fastest 600 of his career to be clocked in 1:17.1 as Mills, timed in 1:16.1, managed to qualify for the finals. Mills duplicated his own performance of the previous year by collecting a lone point for Northeastern with a fifth place in his last indoor meet under the Red and Black. With a fine schedule planned and a con- stantly improving squad, Coaches Tatton and Earl Bowen are looking forward to a prosperous outdoor season. TRACK SQUAD Prof. Gerald R. Tatton Head Coach Mr. Earl K. Bowen Assistant Coach Morton Lutch, Manager ■49 E. Newell Austin, ' 50 Charles Billings, ' 50 Edward Boudreau, ' 50 Arthur Calderaro, ' 50 John Flanagan, ' 50 Gale Foster, ' A9 George Georgerian, ' 49 Ulric Grigsby, ' 50 Harry Hart, ' 50 Paul Hodge, ' 49 ■William Jones, ' 50 Charles Knowles, ' 49 . Seymour Kushner, ' 50 ■Walter Leefman, ' 50 Ernest Mills, ' 48 Rayiield Randolph, ' 50 Robert Seller, ' 50 Thomas ' Wallace, ' 50 Robert Welsh, ' 48 Joseph Wenckus, ' 50 Lawrence Root, ' 49 John F. O ' Toole, Commodore Norman R. Waddleton, ' 49 Vice-Commodore ' 48 Jeanne L. Hillman, ' 49 Secretary-Treasurer Professor Waldemar S. McGuire Facidty Adviser Executive Committee John T. Bell, ' 49 Richard B. Brooks, ' 50 WilHam R. Moutrie, ' 50 Dorothyan Shaw, ' 49 George Yee, ' 49 CLASS OF 1948 Bernard A. Barnes Donald B. Carter Frank Lambert S. Leonard Spitz Robert S. Welsh ■John M. Campbell Henry S. Hall Paul B. Lubell Leon H. Steiff CLASS Marian Barnett Robert W. Clark Claire F. Cohen Charlotte R. Fertel Herbert K. Andrews Alfred A. Arterton William A. Billings Thomas E. Billington Harlan A. Bornstein Donald F. Brackett Lillian M. Brennan Louis H. Burbo Donald S. Butterworth Peter O. Cioffi Rudolph A. Daniels Betty R. Hess John B. Marsh Phyllis L. Potter Annette Richman OF 1949 Rhoda Rubin Elinor Scholsberg Lillian R. Sebell David M. Sheehan Ursula E. C. Ullrich June Wiskind Allen Drayton Stanley J. Dziedzic Maurice Edelstein Jane Engmann Phyllis Eyklenberg Manuel Finkle Frances S. Freedman Norman R. Goldstein Charles F. Hartford Nancy Higgins Christine L. Johnson CLASS OF 1950 Wladislaw P. Kaminsky William Kerr Irma V. Komisar Vincent J. Marino Robert M. Mellor Ralph A. Maglio Roland H. Pinel Robert E. Reddington Herbert L. Raphael Franklin N. Ritchell Donald G. Ritchie William E. Roach John S. Rochefort Mabel A. Rose Bernice A. Sacks Rosemary F. Schrafft Harriet S. Sones Jack R, Stephen Paul P. Swickelberg Robert V. Weston if lortkeaste vi LAmuer6it Ulackt L lub Roto, hit to right s. Schloszberg, Bell. Waddleton, Spitz. Pinel. Hail. Medas, Yee, Ritchell. Welsh. Salos. Bjraste O ' Toole. Hillman, Shaw. Prof. McGiii. Richman, Potter. Third Roio, Ujt to in. Roach. Stile. Schwartz. vi the S potiiakt . woLua Alfred J. Pacelli As graduation time rolls around for the class of ' 48, four of its most outstanding members in athletic circles will have worn the Red and Black colors for the last time. Leading off our parade is Harold Maron, an old-timer whose first taste of college com- petition came on Jimmy Dunn ' s 1938 fresh- man basketball team. After having received two " N ' s " and being elected captain of the ' 4l- ' 42 quintet, Hal enlisted in the Air Corps and served three years as a 1st lieuten- ant, doing most of his flying over China. Returning to Northeastern last fall, Hal re- sumed the starting guard post that he left in 1942 and went on to score more points this season than he had scored in the three pre- vious years put together. Noting the co-eds on his return to college, Hal labels them a " disturbing influence. " Captain of last winter ' s basketball team was John Labbadia. Known to his friends as Smiley, he was not only popular with his teammates but also among the female sex who voted him the most lovable wolf on the campus. Hailing from Connecticut and the only out-of-state in the Spotlight Quartet, John received his first letter on the ' 44-45 team. After a slow start this year. Smiley hit his peak at mid-season and continued on to lead the team in scoring for the season. I might add that besides his basketball agil- ity, he runs a pretty fair hundred on the track team. Track Coach Jerry Tattoo is shedding tears over the loss of Ernest Mills, who has been his bread and butter for the last three years. Holder of the New England A. A. U. 600-yard title and for the last two years a place winner in the I. C. 4 A. meet in New York City, Ernie lists more letters than any other member of the graduating class. Hav- ing no previous running experience before entering college, Coach Tatton took Ernie under his wing and has developed him into one of the best middle-distance runners around New England today. Surprisingly enough. Mills not only steps a fancy 880 but he is the leading point gatherer on the Husky cross-country team, which he has cap- tained twice. Having a great love of the sport, Ernie is looking forward to a teacher- coach position after graduation. Bashful Robert " Welsh rates number four spot on our " Hit Parade. " Bob has been plugging away at the distance routes in track and the four and a half mile cross- country grind for the last two years, having only a fair success. It was not until last fall ' s cross-country campaign that Mr. Welsh hit his form. Together with teammate Ernie Mills, the duo led the team to an undefeated season in dual meet competition. As a re- ward for his effort. Bob was elected team captain. Proving that his impressive per- formances were no fluke. Bob came back this winter and won the New England A. A. U. three-mile crown. Four returned veterans who are receiving their degrees with the class of 1948 earned letters in pre-war athletics. These wearers of the " N " are David Murphy, football 1940, 1941, 1942; Robert Saumsiegle, hockey 1941, 1942, 1943; ' William Shan- non, football 1942, baseball 1943, hockey 1941, 1942; Roger Tuttle, baseball 1944. Hats off to these men and the contributions they made to Northeastern athletics. e J WHICH, IS THE HOTTEST ? We of the Cauldron Board wish to express our deepest and heartfelt thanks to all who have con- tributed or helped us compile this yearbook. To Mr. Waid, Miss Dempsey, and Mr. Yerkes foi their cooperation and excellent work. To Mr. Russell Knight of The Stobbs Press for his untiring assistance. To Miss Peppard and Mrs. De Bery of the Activi- ties Department and to faculty members and secre- taries of other departments for their patience and help. To George Scruton, whose excellent photography work has given our book a touch of distinction. To H. Armstrong Roberts Co. for the picture on the title page. 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Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection, 1951 Edition, Page 1

1951

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