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For Reference Not to be taken from this room Published by the Senior Class of Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts u EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Otto Price, Jr. MANAGING EDITORS Carlton C. Anderson Frederick D. A. King BUSINESS MANAGER William E. Waskow FACULTY ADVISOR Prof. Everett C. Marston PHOTOGRAPHIC EDITORS Robert J. Fine G. Albert Cullen, Jr. INFORMAL PICTURES EDITOR Shirlee A. Gates In this 50th year of Northeastern, we, the class of 1950, dedicate with pride the 26th Volume of the Cauldron to PRDFESSDR EVERETT C. MARSTON ..... who, for fifteen years, has been an untiring worker and an inspiration tD Cauldron Boards. Professor Everett Carter Marston, endowed with the warmth and simple dignity of a natural teacher, has heen a good friend whose advice, sympathy and sense of humor have meant much toward the successful conclusion of our college careers. Professor Marston is a native of New Gloucester, Maine, where he graduated from High School in 1920. Remaining in his home state he major- ed in English at Colby College, where he received his Bachelor of Arts De- gree in 1924. After graduation he was employed in the educational section of a pub- lishing house. Later, he took graduate work at Harvard and was awarded his Master of Arts Degree in 1932. He was appointed a member of the Northeastern University Faculty as an Instructor in English in 1927. In 1932 he was named an Assistant Professor in the English Department and in 1944 an Associate Professor. Professor Marston is faculty adviser to the News and has been faculty ad- viser to the Cauldron since 1935. Respected and highly admired by students and faculty alike, he has contributed generously toward mak- ing our stay at the University a pleasant one. C uerett U. arSlon C anu J ristor i Northeastern University is the outgrowth of a progressive development of the educa- tional work begun by the Boston Y.M.C.A. in 1851. In 1896 Frank Palmer Speare was engag- ed as a teacher and Director of the Depart- ment of Education of the Y.M.C.A. Follow- ing his appointment, the Evening Institute for Young Men was organized and steps were immediately taken to set up instruction on a departmental basis and to improve the courses offered. School of cJLaw - 1 898 Considerable interest in evening study of the law was evidenced, and the School of Law was formally established in 1898. Since this was the first school organized with a complete program for education in a par- ticular field of work, Northeastern Univer- sity takes its date of establishment from the date of organization of the School of Law. This step marked the departure from the offering of supplementary courses of study. School of (Dusiness-I f 90 7 The evening School of Commerce and Finance was established in 1907, and the first degrees of Bachelor of Commercial Science and of Master of Commercial Science were conferred in 1911. The name of this school was later changed to its present title — the School of Business. Jjau C-oueged - 1909 1 9 1 The first day school in what is now North- eastern University came with the develop- ment of the idea of Co-operative Education at the college level. The Co-operative School of Engineering — second in the United States to adopt this idea — admitted students for the first time in 1909. This school later be- came the College of Engineering. The day College of Business Administra- tion was established in 1922; in 1935 the liberal arts departments of the Day Colleges were organized as the present College of Liberal Arts. If lortneastem lAnluersltiA titi as an en In 1916 the various day and evening schools, brought together under a single ad- ministration, were incorporated under the laws of Massachusetts. The following year, Frank Palmer Speare was inaugurated as the first President of the College, a position which he held until his retirement in 1939. After the first World War, branches of Northeastern were established in several New- England cities under the supervision of the college officials in Boston. This development was gradually abandoned, however, until at the present time the only work of this type is an evening school of business in Spring- field. As the college curricula grew in number and in scope, with increasing enrollments and expanding physical plant, it became ob- vious that for the most effective development of the educational program on the one hand and of the Y.M.C.A. on the other, there should be a separation of the two institutions. A series of legal steps were taken, the name was changed from College to University in 1922, and Northeastern came of age. Northeastern University is now an auton- omous institution with its own corporation, board of trustees, and faculty, and with authority to grant all degrees commonly conferred in the Commonwealth of Mass- achusetts except medical and dental degrees. In 1940 Carl Stephens Ell, who had been Vice-President in charge of the Day Division since 1925, became President of the Univer- sity, and Dr. Speare was made President Emeritus. From its inception in 1898, Northeastern has grown from one school to five degree- granting schools and colleges and three special-type affiliated schools. lortkeasterns [ tant Ljwwth The first home of what is now Northeastern University was in a building at the corner of Berkeley and Boylston Streets. When this was destroyed by fire in 1910, the work of the University was carried on in different rented areas with headquarters in a frame building on the site of the present City Club. At one time the Student Activities Office and certain classes occupied the third floor of the Gainsboro Building and later the sec- ond floor of the Huntington Building. North- eastern has always occupied the East Wing of the Y.M.C.A. Building and the building now known as Botolph Building. In 1929 the University purchased its first property on Huntington Avenue. Other par- cels were later acquired to make up the present eight-acre site. The Beacon Hill property, housing the School of Law, and the Huntington Athletic Plant on Kent Street, Brookline were also added to the Northeastern plant. In 1934 plans were drawn for the develop- ment of the future Northeastern University Plant on Huntington Avenue. Richards Hall was completed and occupied in 1938, and three years later Science Hall was built. In 1946 the cornerstone was laid for the Student Center, the third building in the new plant, and the building was occupied in September 1947. On the Huntington Avenue site, the University plans to erect three more buildings — a library and classroom building, a physical education plant, and a building for the School of Law. The total assets of the University have in- creased to over five million dollars; North- eastern now has a home of its own with definite plans to take care of its ever- increasing family. J rank j alwier S peam, VIH. M., c L.cL. J. FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY President Emeritus since 1939 A tribute to the memory of four men who by their teaching and by their personality and character contributed to the life and development of Northeastern. William Jefferson Alcott, Jr. 1894-1933 Associate Professor of Mathematics Member of the Faculty from 1924 to 1933 Henry Bissell Alvord 1885-1939 Professor of Civil Engineering Member of the Faculty from 1920 to 1 939 Samuel A. S. Strahan 1881-1942 Professor of Chemistry Member of the Faculty from 1917 to 1942 William Lincoln Smith 1867-1947 Professor of Electrical Engineering Member of the Faculty from 1909 to 1947 CARL STEPHENS ELL A.B., M.S., Ed.M., Sc.D. President of the University A Message to ifcke Class of 1950 Yours has not been the tradition- al, orderly college course progressing continuously from freshman to senior year. For most of you, the work has been accelerated; you had to drop your college programs at varying stages, spend from one to four years in the armed services, and then come back to pick up the broken threads of formal education. You are going out into a world that is pilled with confusion — a world in which the need for leader- ship is no longer academic but acute; your generation is faced with an unparalleled challenge. Many of you know from actual observations abroad that you are fortunate to be living in America. You are also privileged to have had the opportunity to get a college ed- ucation. Your mental capacity, your train- ed intellect, your heritage of Amer- ican birth, and your youth all place upon you duties and responsibilities. To help you meet this challenge, I point out the following guideposts: First, I hope you will think of your education itself — your trained mind — as an asset which is yours forever, which cannot be taken from you, and which can be im- proved and increased in quality and scope from year to year. Second, hold to your own ideals. Let others scoff, if they will, because you reach for the stars; but aim high and hold to your aim. Third, William James once said that men habitually use only a small part of the powers which they possess. Let it never be said of you that you failed to succeed in life because you did not use your full ability. It will be for you to decide how you will use the greatest asset which you will ever have — a trained mind. The old virtues of honesty, courage, and sincerity are just as important today as they ever were; in fact, the less evident they seem, the more important it is that college men and women hold them in high re- gard. You will, I am sure, meet life ' s challenge in a way that will make us all proud. CARL S. ELL President ADMINISTRATION WILLIAM CROMBIE WHITE S.B., Ed.M. Director of Day Colleges EVERETT AVERY CHURCHILL A.B., Ed.D. Vice-President of the University ADMINISTRATION HAROLD WESLEY MELVIN A.B., M.A. Dean of Students, and 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 STEVENSON GENERAL ADMINISTRATION GEORGE R. FENNELL, S.B., M.B.A. Secretary of the Faculty, and Associate Professor of Business Management MILTON J. SCHLAGENHAUF, A.B., B.D., MA. Director of Admissions RUDOLPH M. MORRIS, S.B., Ed.M. Registrar J. KENNETH STEVENSON, B.C.S. Administrator of Buildings and Grounds DAISY M. EVERETT Bursar RUDOLF O. OBERG, S.B., Ed.M. Director of Alumni Relations FREDERICK R. HENDERSON, S.B., M.S. Director of Veterans and Student Accounts Office MYRA E. WHITE Librarian GEORGE M. LANE, M.D. College Physician MARY B. FOOR Manager of the Bookstore HENDERSON HALLAMORE GENERAL ADMINISTRATION WILLIAM T. CLONEY, Jr., A.B. Director of Press Bureau, and Assistant Professor of English NATHAN LEVENSON, L.L.B. Assistant Director of Press Bureau WARREN S. HALLAMORE, A.B. Assistant Director of Admissions PRUDIE MOORE, S.B., M.A. Assistant Director of Admissions EDWARD J. SULLIVAN, Jr., B.L.J., M.A. Assistant Director of Admissions GILBERT G. MacDONALD, B.I.E., Ed.M. Assistant to Dean of Students F. ELIZABETH OELSCHLEGEL, S.B. Adviser to Women, and Instructor in Physics DAVID F. CLARK Assistant Director of Veterans and Student Accounts Office PHILIP E. POSEY, S.B. Assistant Director of Alumni Relations JOHN F. DeVITT Head Proctor MacDONALD OELSCHLEGEL STUDENT ACTIVITIES EDWARD S. PARSONS, S.B., Ed.M. Director of Student Activities WILMOT D. GRIFFITH, A.B., M.A. Assistant Director of Student Activities ROBERT T. WHITE, S.B. Business Manager of Student Activities GERALD R. TATTON, S.B., M.B.A. Coach of Track, and Associate Professor of Physical Education HERBERT W. GALLAGHER, S.B. Coach of Baseball and Hockey, and Assistant Professor of Physical Education WILLIAM G. GRINNELL, A.B. Coach of Football and Basketball MARJORIE A. DOUGLASS, S.B. Instructor in Physical Education for Women GALLAGHER DOUGLASS NIGHTINGALE BERKLAND COOPERATIVE WORK WINTHROP E. NIGHTINGALE, A.B., S.B., Ed.M. Director of Co-operative Work GEORGE W. TOWLE, S.B. Associate Director of Co-operative Work IRVING T. BERKLAND, S.B. Co-ordinator of Co-operative Work CHARLES E. FORBES, A.B. Co-ordinator of Co-operative Work LEONARD B. LANDALL, S.B. Co-ordinator of Co-operative Work ELLIOT H. ROBINSON, A.B. Co-ordinator of Co-operative Work ROBERT C. STETSON, S.B. Co-ordinator of Co-operative Work PRICE CAULDR D N W A S K O W M A R S T O N CAULDRON BOARD ANDERSON Otto Price, Jr. Editor-in-Chief William E. Waskow Business Manager Carlton C. Anderson Frederick D. A. King Managing Editors Robert J. Fine George A. Cullen, Jr. Photographic Editors Shirlee A. Gates Informal Pictures Editor Professor Everett C. Marston Faculty Adviser SENIOR STAFF Joseph A. Ballata Marjorie Black Clifford A. Burchsted Lorraine I. Cohen Leonard B. Cripps Phyllis A. Dennett Robert F. Hannan Edith H. Hughes Eleanor F. Leach Leonard B. Loitherstein Warren S. Lum Felix Moscatelli Stanley Shuman Anne Ventola Muriel P. White Helen L. Yates MIDDLER STAFF William S. Alcott Ethan Allen Anthony R. Carbone Robert E. Conrad Joseph Crescimbeni Audrey V. Dwelley Charles E. Glover Paul W. Glaser Lloyd M. Martin Russell E. Mattson Paul Shoer Robert E. Tully Perry G. Vienot Elliot D. Waldman CULLEN FINE GATES Class Adviser We wish to take this opportunity to thank Professor Ernest L. Spencer, our class adviser, for his counsel, assistance, and friendship throughout our college career and to express our appreciation to him for his efforts in making our class activities successful. Professor Spencer has had the difficult task of serving as adviser, for the second time within seven years, to a war-accelerated class affected by frequent changes. Professor Spencer was born May 17, 1913, in Norwood, Massachusetts, and he now resides in Medfield with his wife and son. He grad- uated from Northeastern University in 1936 with a degree of Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. He then did special work in structural design at the Franklin fnstitute dur- ing the years 1936 and 1937. In November, 1943, Professor Spencer received his Master of Science degree from Harvard University. Professor Spencer came to Northeastern as Instructor in Civil- Engineering in 1939 and was appointed Assistant Professor of Civil En- gineering in September, 1944. In addition to his work here at the Univer- sity, Professor Spencer is an active member of both the American and Boston Societies of Civil Engineering, and is also secretary of the Junior Association of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Northeastern Section. Recently he has become associated with the American Concrete Institute. Before coming to Northeastern, Professor Spencer served as the chief of a surveying party with E. M. Brooks Company. He was Junior Engineering Aide for one year with the Massachusetts Department of Public Works, Waterways Division. In 1938 he transferred to Jackson and Moreland, where he served as Assistant Engineer on construction work for two years. Senior Officers First Row, left to right: Brady, Spear. Second Row, left to right: Prof. Spencer, LeGrys, Indeck, Abbott. Class Cabinet Charles G. Spear President David Abbott Jack Indeck Vice-Presidents Lois A. Brady Secretary John LeGrys Treasurer Professor Ernest L. Spencer Faculty Adviser ht: E right: Gates, Indeck. Bradv. Spear. LeG ickson, Beale, MacDonald, Connolly. De Roy C. Baxter Edward Beal Marjorie Black Constantine G. Cockinos Thomas J. Connolly Howard M. Dean Paul G. Deloid Leonard A. Edlund, Jr. Robert E. Erickson Shirlee A. Gates Richard L. MacDonald Peter S. Sikalis CLASS HISTORY Two hundred and six students, labeled 1950A and including forty-three veterans and eight coeds, began the Freshman year in March, 1945, to become the nucleus of the Class of 1950. Their numbers were augmented by 189 new Freshmen in June ( ' 50B) and 513 in September ( ' 50C), plus returning veteran Middlers in the fall of 1946. Climaxing the first series of class meetings, which featured campaign speeches by all the candidates, the following persons were elected to head the class: President Stanislaus Zbozen, Vice-Pres- ident Olaf Johnson, Secretary Marjorie Black, and Treasurer Howard Cohen. Several members of the class entered stu- dent activities early in their Freshman year by taking part in the Dramatic Club ' s produc- tion of " The Cherry Orchard, " helping on the Omega Sigma ' s first servicemen ' s dance, attend- ing Northeastern Night at Pops, and supporting the Student Council All-University Fun Festival in June. Northeastern was honored at this time when the Maritime Commission named a Victory Ship for the University, and two North- eastern engineers won first and second prizes at the annual conference of the New England branches of the American Society of Mechan- ical Engineers, topping entrants from M.I.T. and Tufts. During the summer of 1945 the adviser to women married and became Mrs. Louise Marsh Roberts, so the coeds welcomed Miss Elizabeth Oelschlegel as their new adviser. The first social get-together of the class was a Class of ' 50 Reception held in the Commons in Septem- ber, when for the first time the three sections of the class had a chance to mingle. The follow- ing month the class colors, red and white, were presented to the 1950 president at the Senior Dance. In October, the first Mothers and Daughters Tea was conducted in the Commons by Omega Sigma. The main event of the first year, how- ever, was a semi-formal dance in the Hotel Statler Salle Moderne, planned by the officers with the assistance of the Freshman Cabinet: Thomas Duffy, Melvin Bressler, John Domen- ico, Sylvia Goldstein, Daniel Miller, Anthony Spero, and George Stockman. On December 1, 1945, Dean William T. Alexander became the Dean of the College of Engineering. Leadership of the college was taken over from Dean William C. White, who then became Director of the Day Division. Again in January, 1946, several members of the class took part, in a Dramatic Club offer- ing, " George Washington Slept Here. " Varsity sports and honor societies which were dormant during the war were reactivated; the News be- gan the story of the man in the street, Johannes t. bok ; the varsity track squad won the annual N.E.A.AA.U. track and field meet; and the class held its second election. Victors among the enterprising candidates who aspired for class leadership were: President Stan Zbozen, Vice-President Daniel Miller, Secretary Muriel White, and Treasurer Lila Sweet. Ground breaking exercises for the Student Center Building took place on March 11, 1946, and the class watched the progress of the build- ing through the laying of the cornerstone to its completion. The Hotel Statler Georgian Room was the scene of the class dance during this month. The successful dance was again planned and carried out by the class officers with the help of the Sophomore Cabinet. A protest meeting against a University announcement that they must participate in the co-op plan was staged by the 1950C coeds on the steps of Richards Hall in April. The Northeastern Public Speaking Contest made its first post-war appearance, the Dramatic Club presented two one-act plays, " The Boor " and " Riders to the Sea, " and many members of the class were assuming responsible positions around the school. Paul Daston was elected persident of the Student Union; Bob Johnson, catcher on the Varsity Baseball Team, was chosen to play that position on the Eastern All-Star Team in the annual East-West game; Marjorie Black became News Editor and was toastmistress at the Omega Sigma banquet given in honor of the first graduating class which contained coeds; and Jordan Pearlson was chosen to head the Dramatic Society. Most of the class continued studying through the summer of 1946. By this time the class had grown to gigantic proportions. After much computation and drawing of graphs, it was dis- covered that sections A and B had accelerated enough to be ready for graduation in February, 1948, while section C, following the normal course of co-operative work, would be studying until June, 1949. Consequently, the classes and treasury were divided and sections A and B completed plans for the Middler Dance at the Hotel Vendome in November, 1946. After the wartime lapse, football had been resumed, and all members of the Varsity squad were guests at this dance. Class elections were also held in the fall of 1946. Laurence K. Redgate, uncontested can- didate for the post, assumed the office of pres- ident. His running mates included Vice-Pres- ident Charles Spear, Secretary Edith Hughes, and Treasurer Albert Cullen. During this sem- ester David Abbott became Editor-in-Chief of the News, " Moose " Makris was elected captain of the football team, and Marjorie Black trav- eled West to attend the Chicago Student Con- ference. The Hus-Skiers, headed by Thornton Cody sponsored a New Hampshire ski week-end which was attended by more than 150 persons. Hockey was also resumed as a winter sport. The highlight of the year was the gala Junior Prom dinner and dance, featuring Johnny Long ' s orchestra, which was held at the Copley Plaza Hotel in May, 1947. Because of the great amount of planning for this event, the officers elected in the Middler year were retained. Members of the Middler and Junior cabinets who worked on the Junior Prom were: Mar- jorie Black, Joseph Courtney, Paul Daston, Rob- ert Fine, Shirlee Gates, Charles Kezer, Thomas Lovett, Warren Lum, James Nelson, John Nel- son, Peter Sikalis, William Spurr, Alexander Webster, and Stanislaus Zbozen. A hotly contested election during the first few weeks of the Senior year in September, 1947, was the subject of many Senior bull sessions. After several class meetings and re- counts of the ballots, the results were officially announced and the class found that it had five officers : President Charles Spear, two Vice- Presidents — Jack Indeck and David Abbott, Secretary Lois Ann Brady, and Treasurer John LeGrys. Senior Week, which was planned by a cabinet composed of Howie Dean, Dick MacDonald, Pete Sikalis, Paul Deloid, Shirlee Gates, Roy Baxter, Marjorie Black, Connie Cockinos, Len- nie Edlund, Edward Beal, Robert Erickson, and Thomas Connolly, included a barn dance, sleigh ride excursion, class section night, and a combination dance and nightspot evening. On October 5, 1947, the Student Center Building was officially dedicated. The News went back to its pre-war custom of weekly publication, the Silver Masque ' s fall production of " Three Men on a Horse " was given in the new Alumni Auditorium. The largest section of the class received their degrees on January 31, 1948 and two other graduations were held in April and June to complete the 50th graduation ceremonies. Northeastern had grown during our stay as students, and the class had grown with the university Marjorie Black BUSINESS A WERT IS I NG ACCOUNTING SANW6 rfF A MCF i oaer J tanton Mamiltovi H i A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Dean of the Collet Accounting PAUL W. GLENNON, M.B.A., L.L.M., J.S.D. Associate Professor of Law and Accounting, and Actir Chairman of the Department ROBERT BRUCE, B.C.S., M.C.S. Professor of Accounting HOWARD F. GREENE, C.P.A. Associate Professor of Accounting SAVERIO CERULLO, S.B., M.B.A. Assistant Professor of Accounting JOSEPH M. GOLEMME, S.B., M.A. Assistant Professor of Accounting LAWRENCE H. MALCHMAN, S.B., Ed.M. Instructor in Accounting ROBERT J. WEAFER, B.B.A. Instructor in Accounting Business Management GEORGE R. FENNELL, S.B., M.B.A. Associate Professor of Business Management LYMAN A. KEITH, S.B., M.A. Assistant Professor of Business Management CARL E. GUBELLINI, S.B. Instructor in Business Management MALCHMAN GUBELLINI SCHOON ' OVER Economics LYNN I. SCHOONOVER, Ph.B., P.M. Associate Professor of Economics EDWARD R. WILLETT, S.B. Instructor in Economics JOSEPH A. NORDSTROM, S.B., S.M. Instructor in Economics ROBERT T. WHITE, S.B. Instructor in Economics DONALD G. WILSON, S.B., Ed.M. Instructor in Economics WILLIAM N. BOURNE, A.B., M.A. Instructor in Economics ROBERT M. SEGAL. A.B., LL.B. Lecturer in Economics Marketing and Advertising CHARLES H. DUFTON, A.B., M.A. Assistant Professor of Marketing and Advertising, and Acting Chairman of the Department GERALD R. TATTON, S.B., M.B.A. Associate Professor of Physical Education HERBERT W. GALLAGHER, S.B. Assistant Professor of Physical Education ALLEN F. BURT. A.B., Ed.M. Lecturer in Marketing and Advertising NORDSTROM OFFICERS Laurence K. Redgate President Eino J. Tuomi Vice-President Dwight M. Howe Secretary-Treasurer Dean Roger S. Hamilton Faculty Adviser t " m HMM Howe Redgate Tuom MEMBERS Stearl F. Hazeltine Dwight M. Howe Edmund L. McCarthy Themistocles Michaelides Laurence K. Redgate Alfred J. Schwartz Stanley B. Shiftman Eino J. Tuomi Carl E. Ware William T. Wood Sigma Delta Epsilon, now known as the Sigma Society, was founded in 1925 by Dean Turner F. Garner as the honor society of the College of Business Administration. The purpose of the Sigma Society is to promote acquaintanceship and good fellowship among the best intellects, strongest characters, and most distinct personalities in the college; to stimulate higher attainment in the student body, through the bearing, influence, and work of Sigma members; and to mould a high ethical code for the college as a whole, in preparation for work in the bus- iness world. As an incentive to scholastic attainment the society grants a scholarship each year to the highest ranking business administra- tion student in the Freshman Class. SIGMA DELTA EPSILDN (Sigma Society) DAVID ABBOTT Advertising 21 Everell Road Wincheste Phi Beta Alpha; Baseball (Assistant Manayrr 3), (Manager 4); Student Council 4, 5; News 1, 2, 3, (Associ- ate Managing Editor 4), (Editor-in- Chief 5); Dramatic Society 1, 2; Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 3, (Chairman 4), 5; Husky Key Society 4, 5; .Junior Prom Committee; Class Vice-President 5; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 5 Co-operative Work: B. B. Chemical Co. , Cambridge — Messenger Service Record: U.S. Army. February 1943 — March 1946 CHARLES E. BELANGER Accounting 50 Orchard Street Jamaica PI: Phi Beta Alpha; Dean ' s List 4 Co-operative Work: Weil Pearson Co., Boston — Office Boy Service Record: U.S. Army Air For. April 1943 — March 1946 Prepared at Boston English High School DON G. ALLEN Marketing and Advertising 49 Essex Street Melrose Co-operative Work: Sears Roebuck Co., Boston — Salesman Service Record: U.S. Army, October 1942 — January 1946 Prepared at Melrose High School GEORGE I. BERRY Accounting 625 Ocean Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2; Junior Prom Committee Service Record: U.S. Army, April 1943 October 1945 Prepared at tmus Hall High School Brooklyn College FRED ASCHER Marketing and Advertising 63 Myrtle Street Boston Rifle Club 1 Co-operative Work: Sanborn Co., Cambridge— Assembler; Fabric Re- search Laboratory, Boston — Tester of Materials Service Record: U.S. Army, April 1943 — October 1945 Prepared at Boston English High School I. BERNARD BLUMBERG Marketing and Advertising 1083 Warren Avenue Brockton S.A.M.; Husky Key Society 5 Co-operative Work: Northeastern Uni- versity, Boston — Office Clerk Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, April 1943 — August 1945 Prepared at Brockton High School EUGENE O. BATASTINI, JR. Marketing and Advertising 16 Cherry Street Danvers Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, June 1942 — December 1945 Prepared at Boston English High School EDWARD J. BONARDI, JR. Accounting 329 Park Avenue Arlingto Service Record: U.S. Army. Decen ber 1943 — January 1946 Prepared at Arlington High School WILLIAM E. BRIDGMAN, JR. Accounting 2 Washington Avenue Stoneham Phi Beta Alpha (Treasurer 5); Bas- ketball 1; S.A.M. Co-operative Work: E. H. Griswold Co., Boston — Junior Accountant Service Record: U.S. Navy, Decem- ber 1942 — November 1945 Prepared at Stoneham High School MELVIN R. BURSTEIN Marketing and Advertising 99 Walnut Street Maiden Football (Assistant Manager 5) ; News Record: U.S. Army, August December 1946 Prepared at Maiden High School JOHN L. BRUCE Marketing and Advertising 42 Church Street Wakefield Phi Beta Alpha (Treasurer 4); Hus- Skiers 5 Co-operative Work: Pepperell Manu- facturing Co., Boston — Clerk Service Record: U.S. Army, April 1943 — February 1946 Prepared at Wakefield High School Northwestern State LEWIS I. CHESTER Marketing and Advertising 32 Gerald Road Be Prepared at Boston English High School HAROLD M. BRUNSWICK 24 La Avenu Boston Co-operative Work: First National Bank, Boston— LB. M. Proof Machine Operator Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, December 1942 — February 1946 Prepared at Ro.xbury Memorial High School CHRISTOPHER J. CHRISTOPHER Marketing and Advertising 175 Boylston Street Watertown Phi Beta Alpha (Secretary 5) Service Record: U.S. Army, March 1943 — December 1945 Prepared at Watertown High School EDWARD J. BURDEAU Industrial Relations 32 Walnut Street Northampt. S.A.M. ; A.V.C. 4, 5 Ser Record ber 1942 U.S. Army, Nove August 1944 Prepared at St. Michael ' s High School McCarthy Business College ERNEST R. CIRIACK Industrial Relations 61 Grampian Way Dorchester Phi Beta Alpha; S.A.M. (Executive Council 4); (Chairman Membership Committee 5); Hus-Skiers 5; Husky Key Society 5 Co-opera tive Work: Boston Globe Newspaper Co., Boston — Copy Boy, Night Desk Service Record: U.S. Army, March 1943 — March 1946 Prepared at Boston English High School THORNTON S. CODY Industrial Relations 12 Patten Street Watertown Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5; S.A.M.; Astron- omy Club 1: Hus-Skiers 1, 2, (Pres- ident 3, 4, 5); ' 45 Club Co-operative Work: Nutter, McClen- nen Fish, Boston — Photostater; Webster Atlas National Bank, Bos- ton — Check Teller Servii 1942 Record: U.S. Army, Ju - February 1946 Prepared at Fryeburg Academy, Fryeburg, Maine Starke University School, Montgomery, Alabama G. ALBERT CULLEN, JR. Marketing and Advertising 4 Western Avenue Wakefield Phi Beta Alpha (Vice-President 5); Cauldron (Photo Editor); Class Treas- urer 4; Class Cabinet 4 Co-operative Work: B. B. Chemical Co., Cambridge — Sales Clerk and Messenger Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, December 1942 — February 1946 Prepared at Wakefield High School Colorado State University RICHARD L. COHEN 116 Olney Street Dorchestt Prepared at Roxbary Memorial High School JOHN F. CURLEY Accounting 72 Hiawatha Road Mattapan Alpha Kappa Sigma ; Football 4, 3 ; Husky Key Society 5 Prepa ' .d at High FRANCIS J. CRISTOFOR1 Marketing ai id Advei tising 15 Western Street Natick Phi Beta Alpha Co Co •operative Worh ., Boston— OfR : Weil :e Boy, Pearson Messenger Service Record: Force, January 1946 U.S. 1943 - Army Air February Prepared at Wellesley High Sc hoot HOWARD M. DEAN Marketing and Advertising 161 Sewall Woods Road Melrose Phi Beta Alpha Co-operative Work: Boston Safe De- posit Trust Co., Boston — Messenger Service Record: U.S. Marine Corps, November 1942 — February 1946 Prepared at Stone ham High School FRANCIS B. CULBERTSON, JR. Marketing and Advertising 62 Harding Road Lexington Phi Beta Alpha Co-operative Work: Second National Bank, Boston — Messenger Service Re ber 1942 - jrd: U.S. Army, November 1945 Prepared at Lexington High School PAUL G. DELOID A, :cou nting :x Street Pr cpar cd at Tilton Pi eparatory MICHAEL B. DEMEO Marketing and Advertising 248 Orient Avenue East Boston Football 1, 2 THOMAS J. DONOVAN, JR. Marketing and Advertising 56 Abbott Road Dedham Phi Beta Alpha Fore s Record: U.S. Army A April 1943 — October 1945 Prepared at Dedham High School JOHN J. DILLON Marketing and Advertising 139 Fremont Avenue Everett Basketball 1; Football 2, 3 Service Record ary 1942 — No U.S. Navy, Ja mber 1945 Prepared at Everett High School Mount Saint Charles Acade Rhode Island ml DAVID S. DUDELSON Marketing and Advertising 15 Fessenden Street Mattapan Service Record: U.S. Coast Guard, August 1943 — February 1946 Prepared at Boston English High School WILLIAM J. DILLON Marketing and Advertising 4 Laberdeen Avenue Cambridge Phi Beta Alpha Co-operative Work: Boston Woven Hose Rubber Co., Cambridge— Mail Clerk Service Record: U.S. Navy, January 1943 — January 1946 Prepared at Cambridge Latin High School JAMES H. FARRELL, JR. Marketing and Advertising 56 Devonshire Road Waban Service Record: U.S. Army, March 1943 — December 1946 Prepared at Newton High School DANIEL H. DOBALIAN Accounting 90 Garfield Avenue Chelsea Co-operative Work: Eastern Gas Fuel Associates, Everett — Proximate Analyst Prepared at Chelsea High School LEONARD FISTEL Marketing and Advertisin 53 Jones Avenue Do] Prepared at Dorchester High School for MAURICE J. FITZGERALD Marketing and Advertising 9 Flavia Street Dorchester I!,,,!, i Prepared at English High School RAYMOND C. GALLUP Marketing and Advertising 60 Steere Street 1943 — Novemb U.S. r 1945 Attleboro Army, April Coyte High School, Taunton FRANK H. FOSS Industrial Relations 48 York Street Andover Rifle Club 1 Servit 1943 ;e Record: — January U.S. 1946 Army, August Prep Punchard Cornell ared High Uni, at : Schoot ■jersity HAROLD GARBER Marketing and Advertising 99 Hutchings Street Roxbury Sigma Kappa Psi; Student Union 5; News 1, 2, 3; International Relations Club 5 Prepared at Boston English High School GEORGE FOX Industrial Relations 16 Parkway Street Chelsea Class Cabinet 1; Sigma Kappa Psi (High Potentate 5) Co-operative Work: N.Y., N.H., H. RR., Boston— Field Timekeeper Service Record: U.S. Army, June 1943 — February 1946 Prepared at Chelsea High School JOHN GEORGE Marketing and Advertising 73 School Street Cambridge Phi Beta Alpha; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2 Co-operative Work: Loomis Sayles Co., Boston— Office Worker Service Record: U.S. Army, May 1943 — February 1946 Prepared at Rindge Technical High School PAUL P. FR1ESER Marketing and Advertising 136 Walnut Avenue Revere Sigma Kappa Psi (Secretary 5); Bas- ketball 2, 3; Yacht Club 2, 3; Tennis Club 2; Hus-Skiers 3, 4 Service Record: U.S. Army, January 1943 — November 1944 Prepared at Revere High School CARLTON W. GERNI Industrial Relations 1522 Baker Avenue Schenectady, New York Phi Beta Alpha (Historian 4) ; Dean ' s List 4; S.A.M.; Husky Key Society 5 ; Hus-Skiers 5 Co-operative Work: General Electric Co., Lynn — Production Expediter Service Record: Force, October 1945 U.S. 1942 - Army Air November Prepared at Nott Terrace High Schoot Concordia Junior College, Bronxville, New York IRVING H. GERSHEN 90 Rosseter Street Dorchester Honor List 1; Camera Club 5; S.A.M. 5 ; Sigma Kappa Psi ( Potentate 4) rative Work: Boston Daily Boston— Head Office Boy Co-op, Globe. U.S. 1942 Prepared at Boston English High School I. SIDNEY GLICK Marketing and Advertising 41 Almont Street Maiden Football 2, 3, 4, 5 Service Record: U.S. Army, April 1943 — February 1946 Prepared at Maiden High School HERBERT E. GINSBERG Marketing and Advertising Fall River (Pledgemaster 5); Sigma Kappa Psi Football 1 Service Record: U.S. Army Ail Force, April 1943 — January 1946 Prepared at Durjee High School North Dakota State Agricultural School Georgia Technology San Quenlin University, France MARVIN I. GUTTIN Accounting 5221 Snyder Avenue Brooklyn, New York Kappa Zeta Phi (Vice-Chancellor 3); Swing Band (Leader 2, 3); Band 4, 5; Junior Prom Committee Prepared at Weaver High School Hartford, Connecticut Hillyer Junior College LEONARD GINSBERG Accounting 80 Centennial Avenue Revere Sigma Kappa Psi, (Comptroller 5); Basketball 1 Service Record: U.S. Army, Decem- ber 1942 — February 1946 Prepared at Revere High School Colorado Slate Teachers College KENNETH R. HANCOCK Industrial Relations 55 Central Avenue Stoneham Co-operative Work: Boston Globe Publishing Co., Boston Service Record: U.S. Navy, March 1943 — February 1946 Prepared at Stoneham High School JOSEPH J. GIORDANI Lancaster, New Hampshii ALBERT J. HANKARD Marketing and Advertising 83 Harlow Street Arlington Co-operative Work: F. W. Wool- worth Co., Boston — Clerk Servit 1943 Record: U.S. Army, April - March 1946 Prepared at St. John High School North Cambridge STEARL F. HAZELTINE West Thornton, New Hampshire Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 , 5 Serv ice Re cord: U.S. Na ivember 1 ! vy, N 1942 - - N M5 Ply Prepared at mouth High School New Hampshire ROBERT S. JOHNSON Industrial Relations 84 Bradford Road Watertown Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 (East-West AU- star Game); Football 1; Basketball 1, 4, 5; Who ' s Who in American Uni- versities and Colleges 5 Service Decemb ' U.S. Marin — December : Corps, 1945 Prepared at Water-town High School Huntington Preparatory Ma DWIGHT M. HOWE Street ounting South Ashbu Phi Gamma Pi (Treasurer 4); Sig- ma Society (Treasurer-Secretary 5); Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Student Council 2, 3, 4, 5; A.V.C. 1, 2 Service Record: U.S. Army, January 1941 — December 1944 Prepared at Cashing Academy RICHARD S. JOYCE Marketing and Advertising 3 Chase Road Stom Phi Beta Alpha Co-operative Work: Lever 3 Cambridge — General Worker; M; Sandall Co., Stoneham — Produ Line Service Rec 1942 — De U.S. ■r 1945 Prepared at Stoneham High Scho KENNETH B. JENKS Accounting 26 Amaron Street Springfield Co-operative Work: New York, New Haven Hartford RR., Hartford, Conn. — Timekeeper Service Record: U.S. Army, Febru- ary 1943 — February 1946 Prepared at Springfield Technical High School MILTON N. KATZ Marketing and Advertising Quincy OLAF P. JOHNSON 75 Cherry Street Cosmopol: erans Co President 1 Club 1 ; American Vet- 2; Class Vice- CHARLES F. KEEZER Marketing and Advertising 89 Hancock Street Maiden Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Class Cabinet 4 Co-operative Work: General Elec- tric Co., Lynn — Production Expediter U.S. Army, October 1942 - January 1946 Prepared at Maiden High School ARTHUR H. KIPP Industrial Relations Phi Beta Alpha W. LELAND LAWRENCE Marketing and Advertising 2 Fairview Street Springfield, Vermont Gamma Phi Kappa (President 3, 4); S.A.M.; Choral Society 1, 2, 5; Chap- el Choir 3, 4, 5 Co-operative Work: Lawrence Wheeler, Inc., Springfield, Vermont —Salesman Service Record: U.S. Army, May 1943 — February 1946 Prepared at Springfield High School North Carolina State College IRVING J. LABES Marketing and Advertising 491 Huntington Avenue Boston Sigma Kappa Psi Service Record: U.S. Marine Corps, January 1942 — October 1945 Prepared at Lexington High School ROBERT S. LODGEN Mark, ' .ting c nd Adverti sing 227 Bonad Road Bro. Kappa Zet A.M. a Phi: News 2, 3, Bro, Prep Mine ared at High Sch, ml ROBERT E. LANG 71 Clewley Road West Medford Dean ' s List 2, 3; Hockey 1; Band 1 Service Record: U.S. Navy, January 1942 — January 1946 Prepared at Natick High School THOMAS C. LOVETT Accou Street 9 Trayni ' Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Baseb; ger 1); Class Vice-Presidei Service Record: U.S. Army, Nov ber 1942 — January 1946 Prepared at Cambridge High and Latin Sch, nbridge (Mana- JAMES S. LANGDON 308 Mountain Grove Street Bridgeport, Connecticut Phi Gamma Pi (Secretary 3), (Social Chairman 4); Baseball 2, 3, 4; A.V.C. May 1943 d: U.S. Coast Gu December 1944 Prepared at Bassick High School Bridgeport, Connecticut JOHN A. LUONGO 19 High Street Quincy Phi Beta Alpha; S.A.M. Co-operative Work: Boston Gear Works, Quincy— Order Register Clerk Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, July 1942 — January 1946 Prepared at Quincy High School JOSEPH F. LYNCH Accounting 24 Granfield Avenue Roslindale Dean ' s List 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4, (Cap- tain 5) Service Record: U.S. Navy, Janu- ary 1943 — February 1946 Prepared at Roslindale High School nbridge RANDALL R. MARTIN Accounting 28 South Normandy Avenue Cai Honor List 1; Dean ' s List 4 Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, February 1943 — November 1945 Prepared at Cambridge High and Latin School Lincoln Preparatory Grove City College, Pennsylvania RICHARD L. MacDONALD Industrial Relations 20 Daggett Street Milford, Connecticut Dean ' s List 2, 3; Football 1; S.A.M.; Husky Key Society (President 5) ; Class Cabinet 5 Service Force, 1945 Record: December U.S. Army Ai 1942 — Octobe Prepared at Cony High School Augusta, Maine HAROLD R. MATHESON Marketing and Advertising 45 Porter Street Somerville Co-operative Work: Boston Globe Newspaper Co. — Sports Copywriter Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, September 1942 — November 1945 Prepared at Somerville High School L. ANTHONY MAGLIOZZI Industrial Relations 9 Berkeley Street Somerville Basketball 4 Co-operative Work: Northeastern University, Boston — Office Clerk Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, August 1942 — February 1946 Prepared at Somerville High School EDMUND L. MCCARTHY Accounting 17 Jefferson Street Taur Tai Prepared at lion High School GEORGE P. MAKRIS Marketing c 9 Donnell Street Cambridge Gamma Phi Kappa: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, (Captain 5); Baseball 1, (Cap- tain 2), 3, 4; Varsity Hockey 1, 2, (Manager 3), 4; Basketball (Captain 1), 2, 3, 4; Husky Key Society 5; Junior Prom Committee; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Col- leges 5 Co-operative Work: J. L. Hammett Company, Cambridge — Packer in Bindery Department Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, July 1942 — December 1945 Prepared at Cambridge Latin School Sidney w. McCartney Industrial Relations Barneveld, New York Co-operative Work: Boston Gear Works, Quincy Service Record: U.S. Army, Febru- ary 1943 — March 1946 Dov Prepared at High School, New Hampshi: DANIEL B. McDONALD Marketing and Advertising 3 Woodstock Avenue Brighton Co-operative Work: Boston Globe Publishing Co., Boston — Copy Boy Service Record: U.S. Army, Septem- ber 1942 — November 1945 Prepared at St. Columbkitle High School ALFRED E. MONAHAN Industrial Relations 84 Congress Street Fitchburg Dean ' s List 4 Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, March 1943 — March 1946 Prepared at St. Bernard High School Nichols Junior College JOHN F. McGOVERN Industrial Relations 65 Jonathan Street New Bedford S.A.M.; Public Speaking Contest (First Prize 4); Husky Key Society 5; Hus-Skiers 5 Service Record: U.S. Army, March 1943 — March 1946 Prepared at New Bedford High School Admiral Billard Academy New London, Connecticut University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska DANIEL B. MOSLER Accounting 25 Highland Avenue Cambridge Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3 Co-operative Work: Ellis Cloak Co., Manchester, Connecticut — Clerk Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, January 1942 — June 1946 Prepared at Manchester High School Manchester, Connecticut THEMISTOCLES MICHAELIDES Accounting 17 West Street Fitchburg Dean ' s List 3, 4 Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, January 1942 — September 1945 Prepared at Fitchburg High School Rollins College, Florida Commercial Lyceum, Larnaca Island of Cyprus Northeastern University (Evening school) FREDERIC J. MULDOON, JR. Industrial Relations 190 Pleasant Street Winthrop Phi Beta Alpha; S.A.M. (President 5); Soaring Society 1; ' 45 Club; Hus- Skiers 5; Husky Key Society 5 Co-operative Work: Boston Globe Newspaper Co., Boston — Messenger Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, July 1942 — December 1945 Prepared at Winthrop High School ROBERT B. MILGROOM 25 Alton Place Brookline Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Football 1; News 1; Chess Club 1 Co-operative Work: Nathan Mil- groom Co., Boston — Junior Ac- countant Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, March 1943 — February 1946 Prepared at Brookline High School Massachusetts Institute of Technology Yale University University of Iowa JOHN T. NELSON Industrial Relations 111 Norland Avenue Bridgeport, Connecticut Gamma Phi Kappa (Secretary 3), (Vice-President 4, 5); Dean ' s List 4; Football (Freshman Manager 5); Class Cabinet 2, 3, 4; News 2; Junior Committee; Interfraternity Council (Co-Chairman Interfrat Dance Com- mittee 4) ; Husky Key Society 4, 5 Co-operative Work: New York, New Haven Hartford RR., Hartford, Connecticut — Clerk, Timekeeper Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, April 1943 — February 1945 Prepared at Bridgeport Central High School NORMAN OXMAN Accounting 15 Dumas Street Dorchester Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, April 1943 — October 1945 Prepared at Dorchester High School for Boys JOHN F. QUIGLEY Industrial Relations 5 Argyle Street Everett Service Record: U.S. Army, Novem- ber 1942 — December 1943 Prepared at Everett Senior High School DANA A. PETERSON Marketing and Advertising 15 Oakland Avenue Methuer Hus-Skiers 4, 5; Choral Society 5 d: U.S. Army Ail Service R Force Prepared at Methuen High School Lawrence Academy University of Vermont EDWARD RASKIND Marketing and Advertising 59 Lome Street Dorchester lloito Prepared at English High School W. MELVIN PRIFTI Industrial Relations 349 School Street Watertown Choral Society 1; Rifle Club 1, 2; Dramatic Society 2, 3, 5 Prepared at Watertown High School LAURENCE K. REDGATE Accounting 27 Mapleton Street Brighto Alpha Kappa Sigma; Honor List 1; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Hayden Memor- ial Scholarship 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Student Council 2, 3, (Vice-Pres- ident 4) (President 5); Class Pres- ident 3, 4; Sigma Society (President 5); Husky Key (Vice-President 5); Junior Prom Committee Chairman; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 5 Service Record: U.S. Navy, Decem- ber 1942 — January 1946 Boston Public Latin School LEONARD J. QUEEN 61 Vine Street Lynn Dean ' s List 3; Band (Assistant Man- ager 5 ) Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, February 1945 — December 1946 Prepared at Lynn Classical High School DANIEL J. ROBERTS Accounting 53 Fiske Avenue Waltham Dean ' s List 3, 4; Baseball 2, 4 Co-operative Work: Boston Globe Publishing Co., Boston — Sports De- partment Service Record: U.S. Marine Corps, May 1942 — February 1946 Prepared at Watertown High School JOSEPH R. ROCHA, JR. Industrial Relations 118 Harrishof Street Ro.xbury Kappa Alpha Psi (Lieute gist 5); S.A.M. it-Str. Prepared at Boston English High School RICHARD F. SCHOBER Marketing and Advertising Arlington 49 Churchill Avenue Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 3.; Choral Society 1, 2, 5; Chapel Choir 5 Co-operative Work: B. B. Chemical Co., Cambridge— Clerk; Webster and Atlas National Bank, Boston— Check Teller, Messenger Ser lice Record: U.S. Army, De 1942 — January 1946 Prepared at Arlington High School Houston State Teacher. Huntsville, Texas College, STANLEY E. RODMAN Marketing and Advertising Myrtle Street Boston seball 1, 2 Prepa Roxbury Me ?d at al High School ALFRED J. SCHWARTZ Industrial Relations 52 Augustus Avenue Roslindale Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2 4; S.A.M. ; Radio Club 1. 2 (Secre- tary 3, 4, 5) Co-operative Work: Boston Consoli- dated Gas Co., Boston — Posting Ac- counts, I.B.M. Service Record: U.S. Army, March 1943 — February 1946 Prepared al Boston English High School Syracuse University ROBERT I. ROSENGARD Marketing and Advertising 63 Commonwealth Avenue Haverhill Hockey (Manager 4, 5); Husky Key Society 5 Co-operative Work: Publishing Co., Bosl Boston Globe n— Clerk ; Record: U.S. Army, May - January 1946 Prepared at Haverhill High School JULES L. SCHWARZ Marketing and Advertising 317 West End Avenue New York, Ne York Dean ' s List 4; Football (Manager 5); Cosmopolitan Club 1; Junior Prom Committee; Husky Key Society 5 Co-operative Work: American Tele- graph Telephone Co., New York- Clerk; B. Altman Co., New York — Training Squad Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, March 1943 — April 1946 Prepared at DeWitt Clinton High School FRANK R. SCHOBER Industrial Relations 3 Longview Road North Wilmington Dean ' s List 4 Co-operative Work: Cambridge Gas Electric Co., Cambridge— Clerk Service Record: U.S. Army, March 1943 — September 1947 Prepared at Winlhrop High School MARSHALL W. SEIDLER Accounting 61 Thatcher Street Brookline Yacht Club 4, 5; Husky Key Society 5 Service Record: U.S. Army, April 1944 — December 1945 Prepared at Brookline High School Amherst College NORMAN SHERMAN Accounting 971 Blue Hill Avenue Dorchester Law and Accounting Club 5 Service Record: U.S. Army, Septem- ber 1944 — June 1946 Prepared at Roxbury Memorial High School ROBERT P. SMITH Industrial Relations 35 Hardy Avenue Watertown Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 4, 5; S.A.M.; Rifle Club 1 Rec ary 1943 rd: U.S. Army, Febr February 1946 Prepared at Watertown Senior High School North Dakota State College STANLEY B. SHIFFMAN Marketing and Advertising Hazleton Street Freshman Honor List; 2, 3 De Boston s List Prepared at Chester High School RICHARD W. SOUTHWICK Industrial Management 165 Summer Street Waltham Co-operative Work: Lever Bros., Boston— Trainee; Minot, Williams Bangs, Boston— Trainee Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, November 1942 — December 1945 Prepared at Waltham High School PETER S. SIKALIS Marketing and Advertising 897 Main Street Cambridge Gamma Phi Kappa; Hockey 1, 2, (Manager 3), 4, 5; Football 1, 2, (Manager 3), 4, 5; Student Union 3, 4; Class Cabinet 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Husky Key Society 5 Service Record: U.S. Navy, April 1943 — March 1946 Prepared at Rindge Technical High School RICHARD L. SPRAGUE Industrial Relations 24 Eldridge Road Jamaica Plain Phi Theta Pi; Dean ' s List 4, 5; Cauld- ron 4; Choral Society 1 ; Rifle Team 1, 2; Yacht Club 5 Co-operative Work: Arcade Malleable Iron Company, Worcester — Pattern Control Work; Draper Corporation, Hopedale — Machine Shop trainee, Specification Checker; Boston Globe, Boston — Morgue File Clerk Service Record: U.S. Coast Guard, June 1942 — December 1945 Prepared at Uxbridge High School Becker Junior College, Worcester University of California, Berkeley HOWARD C. SMILLIE Marketing and Advertising 29 Gloucester Street Arlington Gamma Phi Kappa; S.A.M.; Yacht Club 5 Service Record: U.S. Army, April 1942 — February 1946 Prepared at Arlington High School University of Hawaii JAMES G. STEADMAN 90 Paradise Road Swampscott Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2 Co-operative Work: General Electric Co., West Lynn— Mail Clerk, Stock ' v Expediter Service Record: U.S. Army, April 1943 — February 1946 Prepared at Swampscott High School NICHOLAS STEPANISHEN Accounting 86 Glenwood Road Somerville Football 1, Baseball 2, Basketball 2, Track 2 Co-operative Work: First National Bank, Boston — I.B.M. Operator Service Record: U.S. Navy, Decem- ber 1942 — April 1946 Prepared at Somerville High School PAUL E. TAYLOR 148 Arlington Street PRESCOTT O. STEVENSON Industrial Relations 101 Goden Street Belmont Hus-Skiers 3, 4, 5 Service Record: U.S. Army, May 1943 — January 1946 Prepared at Belmont High School SUMNER H. TIKOTSKY Marketing and Advertising 20 Grace Street Lowell Co-operative Work: Ideal Racket Store, Lowell — Assistant Buyer Prepared at Lowell High School WILLIAM S. STEVENSON Marketing and Advertising 123 Forest Street South Weymc CHARLES W. TISCHOFF 640 Ess S.A.M. ■ce Record: U.S. Naval Avia- July 1942 — December 1945 Prepared at Gloucester High School Mas ' sanutten Academy, Woodstock, Vermont H. STANLEY SWANBON Industrial Relations 835 Belmont Street Belmont EINO J. TUOMI High Rock Road Fitchburg Sigma Society (Vice-President 4, 5) ; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; News 1, 2; Baccanalians 1, 2, 3; Cosmopolitan Club 1, 2, 3; Class Secretary 2 Co-operative Work: Boston Consoli- dated Gas Co., Boston 1 — Accounting Clerk Service Record: U.S. Army, Decem- ber 1942 — March 1946 Prepared at Fitchburg High School ISRAEL VOLINSKY Accounting 193 Columbia Road Dorch News 5 Service Record: U.S. Army Force, February 1943 ■ — Novel 1944 Prepared at Maiden High School ALEXANDER F. WEBSTER Marketing and Advertising 282 Eastlawn Street Fairfield, Connecticut Gamma Phi Kappa (Treasurer 4, 5); Football (Manager 5); Husky Key Society 5; Class Cabinet 1, 4, 5; Cos- mopolitan Club 5; Junior Prom Com- Co-operative Work: N.Y., N.H., H. RR., Hartlord, Connecticut — Service Record: U.S. Force, March 1943 — Di rmy Air nber 1945 Prepa Roger Ludlow ed at High CLARENCE W. WALKER Industrial Relations West Street Duxbui Yacht Club 2, 4 Co-operative Work: Bentley Con pany, Inc., Boston — Clerk Service Record: U.S. Army A Force, December 1942 — Decernlx 1945 Prepared at Duxbury High School THOMAS P. WELCH Industrial Relations 19 Bayside Street S.A.M.; Choral Society 5 5 Co-operative Work: H. ton — Dispatcher Service Record: U.S. 1941 — February 1946 Dorchester Yacht Club Prepared at English High School y ' : ..-. ' il CARL E. WARE, JR. Industrial Relations 7 Winthrop Street Salem Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; S.A.M. Co-operative Work: First National Bank of Boston, Boston— LB. M. Clearing Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, April 1942 — November 1945 Prepared at Drury High School, North Adams ROLAND C. WENNERBERG Industrial Relations 3 Haviland Street Worcester Service Record: U.S. Army, Decem- ber 1942 — December 1945 Prepared at North High School, Worcester HENRY A. WAYNE Industrial Relations 3 Guernsy Street Roslindale Band 4, 5 Co-operative Work: Herald Traveler, Boston — City Room Service Record: U.S. Army, April 1943 — December 1945 Prepared at Roslindale High School New York University HENRY F. WHALEN Industrial Management 223 Hamilton Street Dorchester Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2 Co-operative Work: Mass. General Hospital, Boston — Night information Clerk; Western Union, Boston — Tele- type Operator; Keystone Manufactur- N ing Co., Neponset — Electroplater; Rugo Construction Co., Cambridge — Assistant Paymaster Service Record: U.S. Army, Septem- ber 1940 — September 1943 Prepared at Boston English High School WILFRED H. WHITTIER Industrial Relations 22 Beech Street Woodsville, New Hampshire Hus-Skiers 3, 4, 5 Co-operative Work: F. S. Mosley Co., Boston Service Record: U.S. Army, October 1942 — April 1946 Prepared at Woodsville High School Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio GEORGE XINTARAS Accounting 72 Presidential Heights New Be Dean ' s List 3 Prepared at New Bedjord High School WILLIAM T. WOOD Accounting 126 Cedar Street Lexington Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, March 1943 — February 1945 Prepared at Lexington High School HELEN L. YATES Accounting 12 St. Mary ' s Street Watertown Student Union 1, 2; News (Advertis- ing Manager 1), (Business Manager 2); Dramatics Club 1, 2; Silver Masque (Corresponding Secretary 3), 4, 5; Rille Club 2; Omega Sigma; Cauldron Junior Staff; Cauldron Staff Co-operative Work Boston — Secretary Kennedy ' s, Inc., Prepared at Watertown High Schc STANLEY F. WOODWARD Business Management 106 Auburn Street Auburndale Co-operative Work: Wool By- Prod- ucts Co., Boston— Chief Clerk Service Record: U.S. Army, April 1943 — January 1946 Prepared at Newton High School RENSFORTH W. YEO dustrial Relations 115 S uth Street Medfii Id S.A.M Ser ary ice Re 1943 - cord: U.S. Navy, Febi - February 1946 u- Prepared at Hanna Adams Pfaff High School GEORGE J. YORK Marketing and Advertising 42 Regent Street Boston Football 1; Baseball 1, 2 Co-operative Work: Boston Globe Publishing Co., Boston— Office Clerk; Boston Gear Works, Quincy — Com- putation Clerk Service Record: U.S. Army, Septem- ber 1941 — May 1945 Prepared at Roxbury Memorial High School Boston University ROBERT H. CARTER Marketing and Advertising 34 Abbott Road Det Track 3 Service Record: U.S. Army, No ber 1942 — December 1945 Prepared at Dedham High School THEODORE J. DANIELS Marketing and Advertising 21 Forsyth Street Boston A. EDWARD DAVIS Marketing and Advertising 15 Livingstone Street Dorc Dean ' s List 2; Track 5; News A.M. (Vice-President 5) Prepared at Dorchester High School GEORGE DELIANEDIS Marketing and Advertising 54 Dartmouth Street Watertow WALTER P. LEE Business and Law 109 Humboldt Avenue Boston Service Record: U.S. Army, July 1942 — July 1944 Prepared at Boston High School of Commerce NELSON M. MALCHMAN 22 Cumberland Avenue Portia MIROYIANNIS Biology STANLEY D. MIROYIANNIS, S.B... M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Biology, and Chairman of the Department BLANCHE B. DALY, A.B., M.Sc, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Biology REGINALD C. THOMAS, S.B., M.S. Instructor in Biology Chemistry ARTHUR A. VERNON, S.B., M.S., Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry, and Chairman of the Department W. FAY LUDER, A.B., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Chemistry WALDEMAR S. McGUIRE, S.B., M.A. Associate Professor of Chemistry SAVERIO ZUFFANTI, S.B., M.A. Associate Professor of Chemistry NORMAN A. DUBOIS, S.B., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Chemistry FLETCHER S. BOIG, S.B., M.S., Ed.M. Assistant Professor of Chemistry ROBERT M. ROGER. S.B. Instructor in Chemistry DOROTHY E. PRATT, S.B. Instructor in Chemistry CARL D. BOCKMAN, JR., A.B. Teaching Fellow in Chemistry ELBERT V. KRING, S.B. Teaching Fellow in Chemistry JOHN J. SARDELLA, S. B. Teaching Fellow in Chemistry English FREDERICK W. HOLMES, AB., M.A. Professor of English, and Chairman of the Department EVERETT C. MARSTON, A.B., M.A. Associate Professor of English, and Director of Student Publications JAMES T. BARRS, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of English LAWRENCE CAPON, S.B., M.A. Assistant Professor of English WILLIAM T. CLONEY, JR., A.B. Assistant Professor of English FRANKLIN NORVISH, S.B., M.A. Assistant Professor of English RAYMOND E. BLOIS, S.B., M.A., Ph.D. Instructor in English HERMANN SCHAUS, A.B., M.A. Instructor in English HAROLD H. WADE, A.B. Instructor in English GEORGE KHIRALLA, S.B., M.A. Instructor in English EUGENE J. BLACKMAN, S.B., M.A. Instructor in English MARTIN W. DONOVAN, A.B., Ed.M. Instructor in English Sociology CHARLES W. HAVICE, A.B., M.A., S.T.B., Ph.D. Professor of Sociology, and Chairman of the Department FRANK E. DUDDY, A.B., S.T.B., Ed.M., Ph.D., D.D. Lecturer in Sociology ARTHUR A. CAPONE, S.B., M. A. Lecturer in Sociology History and Government ELMER H. CUTTS, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of History and Government, and Acting Chairman of the Department EDMUND W. FENN, A.B., M.A. Assistant Professor of Government WALLACE P. BISHOP, A.B., M.A. Instructor in History and English WESLEY L. GOULD. A.B., M.A. Instructor in History and Government ROBERT G. WILFONG, A.B., M.A. Instructor in History and Government Fine Arts BARNASON GEORGE H. MESERVE, Jr., S.B., Ed.M. Professor of Fine Arts Modern Languages 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. Assistant Professor of Modern Languages CHARLES E. KITCHIN, A.B., M.A. Instructor in Modern Languages MEZZACAPPA COOPERSTEIN Psychology A. BERTRAND WARREN, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Psychology, and Acting Chairman of the Department RICHARD G. DOMEY, S.B., Ed.M. Instructor in Psychology and Sociology HOLLIS M. LEVERETT, A.B., Ed.M. Instructor in Psychology and Education A A D M Modell, Ba Fertel, Greenbaum, Canney, Black, Et John P. Canney President Maurice Greenbaum Vice-President Pearl Abelman Frederick Bauman Marjorie Black Marjorie Black Secretary-Treasurer Dean Wilfred S. Lake Faculty Adviser MEMBERS John P. Canney Anne Etwanik Maurice Greenbaum Sidney Modell The purpose of the Academy is to promote scholarly activity among the students of liberal arts and sciences. Part of the objective is stimulated by the offering of an annual scholarship to the highest ranking freshman in the College of Liberal Arts. Founded in 1937, The Academy is the youngest of the honor societies. As in its brother organizations in the Colleges of Business Administration and Engineer- ing, election to this society is based upon high standards of scholarship and char- acter and is regarded as a high honor. Freshn 3, 4 PEARL ABELMAN Sociology : Hill Avenue Roxbu n Honor List; Deans List Prepared at liah E. Burke High School CHARLES E. BAMBERG English-Journalism 292 Massachusetts Avenue Lexington Cauldron 4 Service Record: U.S. Army and U.S. Naval Aviation, June 1942 — Janu- ary 1946 Prepared at Arlington Senior High School Massachusetts Maritime Academy HARRY C. ALLEN, JR. 26 Lafayette S Phi Beta Alpha C. S. (Presiden Dean ' s List 3, 5) ; Academy e Record: U.S. Army, No 942 — April 1946 Prepared at Marhlehead High School FREDERICK A. BAUMAN 924 Main Street Phi Beta Alpha; Fre List; Dean ' s List 2, (Treasurer 5); Band 1, Steel Assistant Work: , Fitchbu 1943 — July 1946 ' d: U.S. Navy, July Prepared at Filchburg High School LEONARD J. ANDERTON 68 Valentine Street New Bedford Dean ' s List 3; Yacht Club 5 Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, March 1943 — February 1946 Prepared at New Bedford High School New Bedford Vocational School ROY C. BAXTER Sociology 46 Oakland Avenue Auburnda ' .e Student Union 2, 3, 4; News 1, 2, 3, 4; Chairman Class Election Commit- tee 5 Co-operative Work: Boston Safe De- posit Trust Co., Boston — Messenger, Tabulator Service Record: U.S. Army, Decem- ber 1942 — April 1946 Prepared at Newton High School University of Detroit JOSEPH S. BALLOTA Sociology 41 Sumner Street Dorchester Chemistry Club 1; Glee Club 1; Ger- man Club 1; Camera Club 5 Co-operative Work: V. O. Lundgrc.i Co., Watertown — General Worker; Union Bay State Co., Cambridge- Laboratory Technician Service Record: U.S. Army, March 1943 — March 1946 Prepared at Boston English High School SEYMOUR W. BERMAN Psychology nonwealth A ' 3righl Cosmopolitan Club 2; Camera Club (Secretary 3); International Relations Club 4; Psychology Club 4. (President 5) Jamai, Prept a I ' lai ed at High School NORMAN E. BINEAU Ecoi omics 671 Hillside Aven Bcrl n, Ne w Hampshire Co- Co. operative Worl Lynn— Clerk : Ge neral Electric Sen 194: ice Record: — February U.S. 1946 Army, April Prepared at Berlin High Sc hool RICHARD P. BOGOSIAN Prc-Medical 15 Bigelow Street Cambridge MARJORIE BLACK 24 Putnam Street Meriden, Connecticut The Academy 4, (Secretary-Treasurer 5); Freshman Honor List: Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Rifle Club 1, 2; Student Council 1, (Secretary 2, 3, 4, 5); Student Union 1, (Secretary 2, 3), (Vice-President 4), 5; News (News Editor 1, 2), (Managing Editor 3), 4, 5; Cauldron 4; Omega Sigma (Ex- ecutive Cabinet 1 ) , 2, (Vice-President 3, 4); Class Secretary 1, 2; Class Cab- inet 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Dance Commit- tee 1, 2, 3, 4; Silver Masque 1, 2, (Recording Secretary 3, 4), (Execu- tive Committee 5); Husky Key So- ciety 2, 3, 4, 5; International Rela- tions Club 2, 3, 4, 5; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 5 Prepared at Meriden High School EDWARD A. BOTAN Pie-Medical 39 Spencer Street Dor, A.C.S.; Dramatic Club 3 SHELDON G. BLOCK History-Government 8 Wardman Road ' Roxbury Septem- Service R ber 1944 rd: US. Na July 1946 Prepared at bury Memorial High School LOIS A. BRADY 6 Harris Avenue Jamaica Plain Student Council 2, 3, (Secretary 4, 5); Student Union 4, 5; A.C.S.; Rifle Club I; Choral Society 1, 2, (Presi- dent 3), 4; Chapel Choir 4, 5; Hus- ky Plus Society 2, 3; Omega Sigma 2, 3, 5; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 5 Co-operative Work: Commercial Fil- ters Corp., South Boston — Laboratory Assistant; First National Stores, Som- erville — Laboratory Assistant; Kenne- dy ' s, Inc., Boston — File Clerk Prepared at Jamaica Plain High School MORTON BLOOM History-Govt 153 Ruthuen Street Boston Dean ' s List 3; Husky Key Society 5; Silver Masque 5; Hus-Skiers 5 Service Record: U.S. Army, Decem- ber 1943 — May 1946 Prepared at Roxbury Memorial High Scho Amherst College, Amherst University of Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota SYLVIA A. BRENNER Biology-Ch e m ist ry 58 Shepard Street Lynn Freshn Hon List; Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5; Cheer Leader 4, 5; Cauldron 4; Class Cabinet 1, 2; Omega Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Husky Key Society 3. 4, 5; Silver Masque 3, 4, 5 Prepared at Lynn Classical High School RITA E. BRENZ Bio logy Fon at Hills Sti eet Jamaica Plain an ' s List 4, 5; .s-Skiers 5 Dramatics CI ub 5; 7a Prepa maica Plair. red at i High Schoo I FRANK J. CASEY Mathematics-Physics 51 Hovey Street North Quincy ARTHUR H. CAMPBELL, JR. 28A Cobden Stree Roxl: Kappa Alpha Psi Prepa, Cambridge High ed at and Lath, : Sclu PETER O. CIOFFI Mathematics-Physics 68 Dana Street Cambridge Alpha Kappa Sigma; Yacht Club 4, 5 Service Record: U.S. Navy, June, 1943 — January, 1946 Prepared at Rindge Technical High School JOHN P. CANNEY 15 Vassal Psychology Street Dorchester Academy, (Secretary-Treasurer 4), (President 5); Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Silver Masque 2, (Treasurer 3, 4), (Co-Chairman Production Committee 5); Psychology Club 4, (Chairman Business Committee 5) Army Air Service Record: U.S. Force, November 1942 1945 Prepared at Boston Public Latin Scho Northeastern University (Evening Division) PAUL E. CLEARY Mathe, natics- Physics 12 West Street Norwood Freshman Hono 3; Radio Club ternational Rels r List 5; Mi ; Dean Hh Ck Club 5 s List I ' , ,b 5; In- Se, be. rvice Record: U.S. r 1944 — July 1946 Navy, Septem- Pr. epared at od High School 1 Fr BRIAN L. CASEY English-Journalism nklin Street Chelsi Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Student Coun- cil 2, 3, 4, 5; Neivs 3, 4, (Sports Editor 5); Sigma Phi Alpha; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 5 Servh 1943 Record: U.S. Nav : August 1943 Prepared at Chelsea High School July LORRAINE I. COHEN Psychology 150 Dudley Street Cambridge News 2; Cauldron 5; Omega .Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, (Cabinet 5), (Chairman Freshman Initiation 5); Psychology Club (Secretary 3, 4, 5) Prepared at Cambridge High and Latin School ROBERT J. CONNORS Mathematics-Physics 41 Hayward Street Milford Dean ' s List 3; Radio Club 5; Math Club 5 Co-operative Work: Warren Tele- chron Co., Ashland — Laboratory Tech- Servic 1944 Record: U.S. Navy, Ju - June 1946 Prepared at Milford High School JOSEPH F. COURTNEY History-Government 33 F Street, Brooks Village, Medford Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Student Coun- cil 2, 3, (Treasurer 4, 5); Student Union 1, 2; News (Sports Editor 1, 2, 3), (Managing Editor 4); (Editor- in Chief 5); A.C.S.; Class Cabinet I. 2, 3, 4; International Relations Club 2, 3, 5; Silver Masque 1; (Ex- ecutive Committee 2, 3), (Vice- President 4), (President 5): Husky Key Society 3, 4; Junior Prom Com- mittee; A.V.C. 4, 5; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 5 Service Record: U.S. Army, Decem- ber 1943 — November 1944; U.S. Navy, December 1944 — October 1945 Prepared at Medford High School University of Maine RUSSELL J. CUMMINGS Mathematics-Physics 125 Hillside Avenue Arlington PAUL G. DASTON Sociology-Psychology 31 Chisholm Road Roslindale Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Hockey 3; Foot- ball 3, 5; Student Union (President 2, 3, 4), 5; News 2, 3, 4; Class Cab- inet 3, 4; Silver Masque (Executive Committee 2, 3, 4, 5); Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 5; Academy Co-operative Work: Sanborn Co., Cambridge — Stock Clerk Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, October 1942 — September 1945 Prepared at Roslindale High School TAMARA E. DELUTY Biology 37 Claflin Road Brookline Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Soft Ball 2; Class Cabinet (Executive Committee 1, 2), (Chair- man Constitutional Committee 2); Cosmopolitan Club 1, 2; Omega Sig- ma 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Academy Prepared at Brookline High School PHYLLIS A. DENNETT English 104 Marlborough Street Boston Student Union 2, 3, 4, 5; News 1, 2, 3, (Office Manager 4, 5); Cauldron 5; Rifle Club 1, 2; Choral Society 2, 5; Omega Sigma Cabinet 4, 5 Prepared at Wellesley High School GEORGE T. DARLING 121 Vernon Street Norwood Alpha Kappa Sigma; Dean ' s List 4; Cross Country 1; A.V.C. 3, 4, 5 Service Record: U.S. Army, March 1942 — January 1946 Prepared at Norwood High School Oregon Stale College CHARLES R. DuBAY English 121 Boston Avenue Somerville Service Record: U.S. Navy, June 1942 — December 1945 Prepared at Somerville High School MARY D. DUNSFORD Modern Languages Ridgemont Street Brightc Ornega Sigma; Choral Society 1; Hu ky Key Society 5 Prepared at St. Columbkille High School Westbrook Junior College MARTIN B. FINK Psychology 89 Crest Avenue Winthrop Kappa Zeta Phi (Busar 5); Dean ' s List 4; Rifle Club 2; Yacht Club 2; Fencing Team 2; Psychology Club (Vice-President 4, 5) Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, July 1942 — September 1945 Prepared at Dorchester High School ANNE ETWANIK English 160 Strathmore Road Brighto Academy 4, 5; Dean 5 ; Choral Society 5 List 2, 3, 4, Prepared at Brighton High School MAURICE J. FRANKEL History-Government 11 Clinton Street Framing Student Council 2 Co-operative Work: facturing Co., Fran Clerk Manu- ngham — Shipping Record: U.S. Army, February 1946 Prepared at ramingham High School April PHYLLIS L. EYKLENBURG 79 Michigan Avenue Lynn Choral Society 1; Omega Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Yacht Club 2, 3, 4; Hus- Skiers 3, 4, 5; Silver Masque 3, 4, 5 Prepared at Lynn English High School JERRY M. GALATIS Chemistry 58 Square, Bellows Falls, Vermont Phi Beta Alpha; Basketball 1; Cosmo- politan Club 1, (President 2) 1946 U.S. 1941 Bellows Falls High School NOAH FIELDMAN Biology 41 West Seldon Street Mattapan Dean ' s List 3, 4 Service Record: U.S. Navy, July 1943 — February 1946 Prepared at Boston Public Latin School EDWARD S. GANEK Psychology 49 Revere Street Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s Psychology Club 3, 4 Prepared at Boston English High Sch, Boston List 2; LOUISE V. GARDELLA Sociology 12 Ce al Sti Son Cheerleader 2, 3, 4 (Captain 5); Omega Sigma Cabinet 4, 5; Husky Key Society 3, 4, 5; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 5 Prepared al Somerville High School DOROTHY B. GRAHAM Sociology 213 Lafayette Street Randolph Prepared at Roxbury Memorial High School Wilberforce University Wilberforce, Ohio SHIKI.FF A. GAFFS English 14 Esty Street Ashland Cauldron 3. 4, (Informal Pictures Editor 5); Class Cabinet 3, 4, 5; Omega Sigma Cabinet 3, 4, (Secre- tary 5); Husky Key Society 3, 4, 5; Senior Week Committee 5; All Uni- versity Committee 5; Omega Sigma Award 5; Who ' s Who in Universities and Colleges 5 Prepared at Ashland High School Kent ' s Hill Preparatory FELIX GRANCHELLI 76 Dudley Street Cambridge MORRIS I. GNESES Mathematics-Physics 96 Hazelton Street ' Boston Dean ' s List 4; A.C.S.; Radio Club 5 Co-operative Work: Castalloy Co., Boston — Physical Tester Service Record: U.S. Army, Febru- ary 1943 — December 1945 Prepared at Dorchester High School for Boys MAURICE B. GREENBAUM Sociology 49 Neptune S Academy; F Dean ' s List 2, chology Club 3, 4, 5 4, 5 Honor List; News 1 ; Psy- ice Record: U.S. Army, — April 1946 Prepared at Lynn Classical High Scho PAUL H. GOLLIS Chemistry 9 Albany Street Fall River RICHARD E. GROJEAN Mathematics-Physics 23 Churchill Road West Roxbury Freshman Honor List; Math Club 5 Record ber 1942 U.S. Army, Septem- - February 1946 Prepared at okline High School ROBERT F. HANNAN English-Journalism 290 Boston Avenue Medford Hillside ' s List 2, 3, ; Student Union 4, 5; Cauldron 5 Co-operative Work: Herald Traveler Corp., Boston— Messenger, Copy Boy; Boston Globe Publishing Co., Boston — News Clipper Prepared at Medford High School EARLE W. HORTON, JR. Economics 23 Horace Street Mansf ANTHONY HATCH Economics 60 Estes Street Lynn Student Union 2, 3, (Treasurer 4, 5) Prepared at Lynn English High School EDITH H. HUGHES 33 Border Road CI Secretary 4 Secretary 4, 5) Prepared at Natick High School Chamberlain School Natick ky Key Society WALTER G. HEALD Chemistry 36 Messenger Street St. Albans, Vermont A.C.S.; Band 1, 2; Rille Club 2 Co-operative Work: Greenfield Tap Die Co., Greenfield— Laboratory Technician Service Record: U.S. Army, May 1943 — March 1946 Prepared at St. Mary ' s High School ; C. : 1 Fl Jl ,4, ' : :j B 1 y Jfev W s PHYLLIS N. HURLEY Sociology 18 A Rockville Park Roxbury Dean ' s List 4; Student Union 4, 5; Psychology Club 4; Choral Society 5; Chapel Choir 5 Prepa Roxbury Memo al High School ROBERT C. HILL English-Journalism 115 Walnut Street B GEORGE A. KELLEY English- Journalism 859 Main Street Hanson Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 Service Record: U.S. Maritime Ser- vice, April 1943 — December 1945 Prepared at Whitman High School ' ALBERT J. KOLB Biology Edgewood Place ship Co-operatic ing Rooir University, partment e Work: New England Hospital, Boston — Operat- Attendant; Northeastern Boston — Maintenance De- i Record: U.S. Army Air February 1943 — January 1946 Prepared at Seymour High School Colby College JOSEPH P. LaMONICA 90 Havre Street East Boston Service Record: U.S. Army, March 1943 — October 1946 Prepared at East Boston High School JOHN J. KONTANIS Chemistry 100 Belvidere Street Boston Dean ' s List 4; A.C.S.; A.V.C.; Math Club 5 Co-operative Work: Waltham Watch Co., Waltham — Laboratory Assistant; Rust Proofing Meta Finishing Corp., Cambridge— Stock Clerk; Lev- er Brothers Co., Cambridge — Plant and Laboratory Assistant Re I ' M!! rd: U.S. Navy, 1942 — Prepared at English High School ELEANOR F. LEACH 36 Oxford Road ology Newton Centr Student Union 1, 2, 3; News 1, 5; Choral Society 1, 2; Husky Plus So- ciety 1, 2; Omega Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Psychology Club 3, 4; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Col- leges 5 Prepared at Central High School Scranton, Pennsylvania IRMA V. KOMISAR Biology 22 Oakdale Street Jamaica Plain Yacht Club 2, 3; Silver Masque 3, 4, 5; Hus-Skiers 3, 4, 5; Omega Sigma Prepared at Jamaica Plain High School HARRY E. LENGAS History-Government 243 Lake Avenue Manchester, N Basketball 4 Service Record: 1943 — June 1945 Prepared at Hampshire Baseball (Manager 5) U.S. Navy, June Manchester Central High School CHARLES K. KOPSIAFTIS Biology Vest Street Fitchburg MORTON LEVY Chemistry 16 Faulkner Street Prepared at Maiden High School Hebrew Teachers College CARL R. LUDE Biology 13 Harding Terrace Dedham Debating Society 1, 2; Dramatic Club 1, 2; A.V.C. 3, 4, 5; Psychology Club 5 Co-operative Work: W. S. Crocker, Boston — Transitman Service Record: U.S. Army, Novem- ber 1942 — March 1946 Prepared at Dedham High School Texas A. M. irving t. Mcdowell Chemistry 102 Beachvievv Avenue Maiden News (Circulation Manager 1, 2) Co-operative Work: Spaulding-Moss Co., Boston — Machine Operator; E. F. King Co., Inc., Boston — Paint Chemist Service Record: U.S. Marine August 1943 — August 1946 Prepared at Medford High School Corps. JEAN E. MacKAY Sociology 46 Browning Road Somervi Student Union 1; Drame .tics Club 4; Husky Key Society 4, 5 Co-operative Work: Boys ' Clubs of Boston, Charlestown — Game room Supervisor; Lehn Fink Production Corp., Philadelphia, Pa.— Firm Rep- resentative; Hampton Sales Associa- tion, Boston — Firm Representative Prepared at Somerville High School RICHARD E. MERRILL Chemistry 79 Green Street Woburn Student Council 1 Co-operative Work: Charles M. Cox Co., Maiden — Laboratory Assistant Service Record: U.S. Army, July 1942 — November 1945 Prepared at Woburn Senior High School Franklin Union Valley Forge Military Academy NANNETTE H. MARDER Mathematics 1749 North Shore Road Revere Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 3; Student Union 5; Choral Society 1, 5; Math Club 5 Prepared at Revere High School GEORGE B. MERRY English- Journalism 10 Lexington Avenue Hyde Park Dean ' s L ist 4; Student Union 2, 3, (Chairman Citizenship Committee 4, 5 ) ; News 4, 5 ; International Rela- tions Club 5 Co-operative Work: B. F. Sturtevant Co., Hyde Park— Sales Order Clerk; Northeastern L ' niversity, Boston — Of- fice Assistant Prepared at Hyde Park High School FRANK J. McCANN Sociology 43 Clinton Street Framingham Dean ' s List 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Cross Country 2, 4; Student Union 2; Science Club 1, 2; Psychology Club 2; A.V.C. 4, 5 Co-operative Work: Northeastern University, Boston — Student Assistant (Sociology Department) Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, December 1942 — November 1945 Prepared at Framingham High School FRANK L. METCALF Mathematics-Physics 372 Franklin Street Wrentham Dean ' s List 3, 4; Choral Society 5; Math Club 5 Service Record: U.S. ' Navy, July 1942 — April 1946 Prepared at , Wrentham High School Chauncy Hall Preparatory Massachusetts Institute of Technology MURILYN MEUSE ,ast Canton Street Boston Prepared at Boston Girl ' s High School LOUIS B. MOULTON Chemistry 464 Huntington Avenue Boston DANIEL MILLER English-Journalism 44 Orkney Road Brookline Baseball 1, 2; News 1, 2; Class Dance Committee 1, 2; Class Vice-President 2: A.V.C. (Treasurer 2, 3) Co-operative Work: Boston Post Pub- lishing Co., Boston — Sports Staff Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, December 1943 — October 1944 Prepared at Brookline High School Ohio Wesleyan University Central State College Edmonds, Oklahoma EDWARD J. MURPHY Biology 143 Eustice Street Boston MARVIN MODEST Biology 131 Magazine Street Cambridg News 1; Class Cabinet 1 1945 Record: U.S. Army February 1945 — November Prepared at High and Latin School LAWRENCE T. MURPHY Psychology 15 Everett Avenue SomervtUe Dean ' s List 4; Psychology Club 4, 5 Co-operative Work: First National Stores, Inc., Somerville — Substitute Manager Prepared at ■ Somerville High School RICHARD J. MORRISSEY Sociology 4 Remick Terrace Newton Track 1; Baseball 1. 2, 3, 4, 5: Stud- ent Union 2: Science Club 1, " 2; Psy- chology Club 2; A.V.C. 4, 5 Co-operative Work: Spaulding-Moss, Boston — Salesman Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, August 1942 — November 1945 Prepared at Newton High School DAVID MYERS Sociology 39 Colonial Avenue Bosti Prepared at Roxbury Memorial High School WILLIAM R. NAGLE Sociology 53 Whitten Street Dorchester Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 3, 4; Hus-Skiers 4 Re U.S. Army, Aug per 1944 Prepared at English High School MARSHALL H. PECK, JR. English 12 University Place New Haven, Connecticut Sigma Phi Alpha (President 4); Cross Country 1; News (News Editor 4), (Sports Editor 5), (Managing Editor 5); Hus-Skiers 4, 5; Yacht Club 4, 5; Who ' s Who in American Univer- sities and Colleges 5 Service Record: U.S. Army, Decem- ber 1942 — April 1946 Prepared at New Haven High School JOHN E. NELSON, JR. History-Government 249 Gordon Street Needham Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, March 1943 — December 1945 Prepared at Needham High School WILLIAM E. PERRAULT Mathematics-Physics 209 Liberty Street Rockland Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3; Math Club 5; Ra- dio Club 5; Camera Club 5; Academy Service Record: U.S. Marine Corps, June 1944 — August 1946 Prepared at Rockland High School HUGO A. OLORE, JR. History-Government 7 Cook Street Presque Isle, Maine Academy; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 Service Record: U.S. Army, March 1943 — November 1945 Prepared at Presque Isle High School University o Alabama JOHN S. POTTER Mathematics-Physics 16 Lexington Road Concord Math Club 5 Service Record: U.S. Army, Janu- ary 1941 — March 1946 Prepared at Concord High School JORDAN PEARLSON 9 Century Street Son ill, ' Academy, (Vice-President 4) ; Fresh- man Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; News 1, 2, 3, (Feature Editor 4), (Rewrite Editor 4); Silver Masque 1, (Vice-President 2), (President 3, 4) Co-operative Work: Associated Press, Boston — Wirephoto Staff; Associated Press, New York— Wirephoto Staff; Boston Globe Newspaper Co., Boston — Copy Boy Prepared at Somerville High School Tufts College Simmons College (E.S.M.W.T.) PAUL I. RAVVEN 59 Brookledge Street Camera Club 4 Roxbury Prepared at ,ry Memorial High School RICHARD J. ROACH, JR. Chemistry Arlingti Phi Beta Alpha; Track 1, 2; Football 5; A.C.S. 1, 2, 4, (Vice-President 5) Service Record: U.S. Army, Novem- ber 1942 — November 1945 Prepared at Arlington Senior High School New Mexico A. M. PAUL V. SPARKS English 1 1 Kingston Street Charlsetown JACOB ROSEMAN Pre-Medical 238 Webster Avenue Cambridge Freshman Honor List; News 1, 2; Rifle Club 1; Cosmopolitan Club 1; Chess Club 1, 4 Prepared at Cambridge High and Latin School Massachusetts Institute of Technology CAROL J. STAMEN Sociology 55 Puritan Road Psychology Club 5 Prepared at npscott High School SIDNEY L. SEGEL Biology 73 Georgia Street Roxbury Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Biology Laboratory Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Service Record: U.S. Army, Septem- ber 1943 — December 1945 Prepared tt Roxbury Memorial High School ALAN L. STERNBERG 7 Wellington Court J floxbi Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s 4; News 3 List Service Record: U.S. Army, ary 1944 — June 1946 Feb. Prepared at Roxbury Memorial High School ALFRED J. SILVERMAN Biology 42A Crawford Street Roxbury Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Biology Labora- tory Assistant 2 Co-operative Work: Barnes Jones, Jamaica Plain — Assembler Service Record: U.S. Army, Novem- ber 1942 — January 1946 Prepared at Roxbury Memorial High School Washington Lee University Lexington, Virginia BARBARA F. STONE English 211 Fuller Street Brookline Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 4; Student Union 1, 2; News 1 (Office Manager 2, 3), (Personnel Manager 4, 5); Cauldron 5; S.A.M.; Omega Sigma 1, 2, (Publicity Chairman 3, 4, 5); Silver Masque 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Co-operative Work: Wm. Filene St Sons, Boston — Clerk Prepared at Brookline High School ROBERT L. SWAINE Chemistry 66 Mystic Avenue Melrose Phi Beta Alpha (Vice-President 4), (President 5); A.C.S. Co-operative Work: First National Laboratory, Somerville — Laboratory Technician Service Record: L T .S. Army, October 1943 — March 1946 Prepared at Melrose High School HERBERT F. VON EUW History-Government 33 Peak Hill Road Roslin Football 4, 5; Track 4, 5 Service Reco, March 1944 U.S. Marine I October 1945 Prepared at Roslindale High School Dartmouth College Melrose Country 1 : GEORGE S. TRAQUAIR Psychology 231 North Forest Street Dean ' s List 3, 4; Cro: Hockey 1 ; Track 1 Service Record: U.S. Navy 1943 — March 1946 Prepared at Melrose High School JOHN R. WALLEN 16 Pratt S reet Phi Beta List; Dean 2; A.C.S. Alpha; s List 2 Baseball 2 Service Rt 1944 — Ju cord: ne 1946 U.S. Navy Bri t Prepared at hton High School ALFRED L. S. VILLA, JR. English 10 Sydney Street Dorche GRACE L. WARD Psychology Essex Street East Mansfield Choral Society 1: Omega Sigma 3, 4 Prepared at Mansfield High School WILLIAM R. VIRCHOW Modern Languages 8 Midvale Road West Roxbury Co-operative Work: Union Paste Co., Hyde Park — Laboratory Assistant Service Record: U.S. Army, May 1943 — January 1946 Prepared at Mechanic Arts High School 21 Mt A.C.S. C, CHARLES G. WATERHOUSE English Pleasant Avenue Hi terative Work: Thompson Wein Research Laboratory, Cambridg -J " Service Record: U.S. Arm- Force, December 1942 — No 1945 Prepared at Hingham High School Massachusetts Slate CHARLOTTE E. WEINBERG Psychology 271 Washington Street Cambridge Psychology Club 4, 5; Omega Sigma Prepared at Cambridge High and Latin School Colby College, Waterville, Maine DEREK H. WHITHAM Soc, ology 41 St. Stephen St reet Boston Fresh i Relati nan Honor ons Club 4; List; International Psychology Club 4 Service Record: U.S. Army, Janu- ary 1943 — November 1944 Prep, New Bedfor ired at d High School GLORIA L , WEISBOND Soc iology Volcott Street Dorchestei l ' s List 5; Ne 3, 4; ws 1; Omeg Rifle a Sigma 1 Club 1 2, Prepared at ah E. Burke High School RICHARD E. WHITMAN English 12 Carol Avenue . Brighton Dean ' s List 4, 5; Hus-Skiers 1, 4, 5 Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, January 1943 — December 1945 Prepared at Dorchester High School Suffolk University MURIEL P. WHITE 29 Hazelto Mattapa Omega Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, (Social Chairman 5), (Cabinet 5); News 1, 2; Cauldron 5; Yacht Club 1; Class Secretary 2; Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, (Cabinet 5) Prepa h E. Bu sd at ke High School STANISLAUS J. ZBOZEN Sociology 117 Portland Street Hartfo ' d, Connecticut Phi Gamma Pi (Social Chairman 5); Basketball 1; Baseball I, 2; Football 4, 5; Student Council 1, 2; Student Union 1; Class President 1, 2; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 5 Co-operative Work: Raytheon Man- ufacturing Co., Waltham — Draftsman Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, January 1941 — February 1944 Prepared at Hartford Public High School IRWIN N. ZINER Econ 48 Linwood Street Student Union 4, ! Maiden Psychology 5 Prepared at Maiden High School IRVING ADELMAN English 25 Crescent Street Rutland, Vermont News 3, 4; Dramatics Club 4 BARBARA D. ANOPOLSKY Psychology 80 Green Street Boston Omega Sigma; Literary Club; Psy- chology Club Bosto Prepared at Girls ' Latin School JASON A. AISNER Pre-Medical 191 Babcock Street Brookline Football Manager 1, 2; Class Secre- tary 2; Class Dance Committee 2; News 2 BYRON O. BUSH, JR. English 26A Lovell Street North Weymouth Phi Beta Alpha (Secretary 4), (His- torian 5); Hus-Skiers 2 Co-operative Work: Hunt-Spiller Gun Iron Manufacturing Co., Boston — Chemist; Koppers Tar Chemical Products Co., Everett — Chemist Service Record: U.S. Army, Septem- ber 1943 — April 1946 Prepared at Boston English High School ROBERT W. CARRIG Mathematics-Physics 393 Belmont Street Belmont ROBERT H. CHECANI Mathematics-Physics 6 Vale Street Natick ALFRED J. CHISHOLM English Mills Street Maiden Prepared at Everett High School JOHN D. COLANERI Chemistry 34 Brook Road Sharon A.C.S.; German Club 2 JOHN H. CONDON English 228 Great Road Lexington CATHERINE J. CONNELLY English 28 Matchett Street Brighton Yacht Club 1 JOSEPH F. CONNOLLY English-Journalism 15 Arthur Street Winchester Cross Country 1; Track 1, 4; News 3 JOSEPH J. DIGNAN English 274 Fellsway West Medford Class Cabinet 1 Co-operative Work: Boston Globe Newspaper Co., Boston — Copy Boy Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, August 1942 — January 1946 Prepared at Medford High School MARTIN M. GROSSACK Psychology 11 Page Street Dorchester Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 3, 4; Student Union 3; News 1, 2; S. A. M.; Psychology Club 3, 4, (Vice- President 5) ; International Relations Club 4; Academy Prepared at Roxbury Memorial High School Boston College JOHN J. HOGARTY Psychology 356 Arborway Street Jamaica Plain Football 1, 2 ROBERT P. KENNEDY Mathematics 299 Plimaton Street Walpole Football 1; Track 1; News 1 ADOLPH P. MART English 12 Elliot Terrace Newton Upper Falls WILLIS G. MELOON History-Philosophy 372 Wibird Street Portsmouth, New Hampshire Student Union 2, 4; S.A.M. Co-operative Work: Morley Manu- facturing Co., Portsmouth, N. H. — Methods Engineering; Boston Maine RR. Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, March 1942 — December 1945 Prepared at Portsmouth High School Holderness School jor Boys SIDNEY MODELL 70 Astoria Street Boston Academy; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Student Union 5; News 1, 2; International Relations Club 2, 3, 4, (President 5), Psychol- ogy Club 3, (President 4), (Chairman Project Committee 4, 5) ; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Col- leges 5 Prepared at Dorchester High School for Boys WILLIAM F. MURRAY, JR. Psychology 1 Haskell Street Cambridge WINSTON J. PRESCOD Pre-Medical 348 Summer Street Boston ROBERT N. SHARP Chemistry 469 Conant Road Weston Phi Beta Alpha; A.C.S.; Hockey 1, 2 DAVID M. SHEEHAN Biology 96 Durant Street Lowell Basketball 2, 3, 4; Yacht Club 2 DANE M. SHULMAN Pre-Medical 109 Waumbeck Street Roxbury Track 1 GORHAM G. SIMMONS Mathematics-Physics 135 Hemingway Street Boston HENRY W. STERN English 669 Westford Street Lowell Service Record: U.S. Army, May 1943 — January 1946 Prepared at Lowell High School JAMES W. TALLENT, JR. Economics 29 Washington Avenue Winthrop Baseball 2 Service Record: U.S. Naval Aviation, March 1943 — April 1946 Prepared at Winthrop High School Cushing Academy ANNE VENTOLA Psychology 27 Evergreen Street Wakefield Psychology Club 3, 4; Student Union 3, 4 JAMES ZORZY Biology 74 Western Avenue Lynn v William, Jhvirlow Hexande S.B., M.A. Dean of the College CRAMS I OKI 1 Chemical Engineering 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 Civil Engineering EMIL A. GRAMSTORFF, S.B., M.S. Professor of Civil Engineering, and Chairman of the Department CHARLES O. BAIRD, Jr., S.B., M.S. Associate Professor of Civil Engineering ERNEST L. SPENCER, S.B., M.S. Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering GEORGE W. HANKINSON, B.A., S.B. Instructor in Civil Engineering ANTHONY SAKAKEENY, S.B. Instructor in Civil Engineering Drawing ELIOT F. TOZER, S.B. Professor of Drawing, and Chairman of the Department OTIS F. CUSHMAN, S.B., M.S. Associate Professor of Drawing GUSTAV ROOK, S.B. Assistant Professor of Drawing ALBERT E. SANDERSON, S.B., M.S. Assistant Professor of Drawing MELVIN W. FRIEDMAN, S.B. Instructor in Drawing HANKINSON SANDERSON- FRIEDMAN COMBELLACK Mathematics JOSEPH SPEAR, A.B., M.A. Professor of Mathematics, and Chairman of the Department WILFRED J. COMBELLACK, A.B., M.A.. PH.D. Associate Professor of Mathematics EDWARD M. COOK. A.B., M.A. Assistant Professor of Mathematics WARREN C. DEAN. A.B., M.A. Assistant Professor of Mathematics ROBERT B. ANGUS, S.B. Instructor of Mathematics ALVIN R. GOLDSMITH, B.A. Instructor of Mathematics NORMAN S. McCALLISTER, A.B., Ed.M. Instructor of Mathematics STUART B. SOMMERVILLE, A.B. Instructor of Mathematics HAROLD L. STUBBS, A.B. Instructor of Mathematics WILLIAM WALLACE, S.B. Instructor of Mathematics GOLDSMITH McCALLISTER SOMMERVILLE SCIIMIEDER Mechanical Engineering JOSEPH W. ZELLER, S.B., M.E. Professor of Mechanical Engineering, and Chair man of the Department ALFRED J. FERRETTI, S.B., M.S. Professor of Mechanical Engineering FREDERICK H. STEARNS, S.B., M.S. Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering HERBERT K. BROWN, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering ALBERT K. SCHMIEDER, S.B. Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering HAROLD G. BUCHBINDER, S.B. Instructor in Mechanical Engineering ERNEST E. MILLS, S.B. Instructor in Mechanical Engineering ROBERT S. WHITE, S.B. Instructor in Mechanical Engineering Geology JOHN B. PUGSLEY A.B. Professor of Geology Industrial Engineering ROBERT J. KNOWLTON S.B. Instructor in Industrial Eneineerint KNOWLTON CLEVELAND ESSIGMANN Electrical Engineering ROLAND G. PORTER, B.E.E., M.S. Professor of Electrical Engineering, and Chairman of the Department 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. Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering MARTIN W. ESSIGMANN, S.B., M.S. Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering Physics COOLIDGE REGINALD G. LACOUNT, S.B, M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Physics, and 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, S.B., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Physics THOMAS H. WALLACE, S.B., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Physics HOLLIS S. BAIRD Instructor in Physics WALTER H. LOB, S.B. Instructor in Physics F. ELIZABETH OELSCHLEGEL, S.B. Instructor in Physics T a u Beta Pi President: Albert Freeman Vice-President: Joseph Vozzella Recording Secretary: Louis Nardone Corresponding Secretary: Walter Chase Cataloguer: Robert Moody Treasurer: Irving Shames Faculty Adviser: Professor Martin W. Essigrnan Members Carlton Anderson Fred Barr Joseph Bendersky Silvio Desjardins John Franzosa Edwin Gilcher Seymour Goldberg Ralph Guimond Fred Hannula Carl Hurtig Albert Kalman Paul Korklan Rainer Laub Albert Lazuk John LeGrys Allen Levine Benjamin McLeod Melvin Nimoy Alvin Park Edward Parker Donald Philbrick John Prendiville, Jr. Meyer Press Warren Rea Sumner Riceman John Rochefort Leslie Scott Harvey Travers The purposes of Tau Beta Pi, national engineering honor society, are " to mark in a fitting manner those who have conferred honor upon their Alma Mater by distinguished scholarship and exemplary character as undergraduates in engineering, or by their attainments as alumni in the field of engineering, and to foster a spirit of liberal culture in the engineering colleges of America. " Since the establishment of the Massachusetts Ep- silon Chapter here at Northeastern University in 1941, a varied program of activities aimed at attaining these objectives has been supported. Careful selection of members, sponsorship of an annual Chapel service, and a one hundred dollar award to the highest-ranking engineering freshman are regular features of this pro- gram. In addition, several well-known speakers are ob- tained each year to address the members, student body, and faculty at banquets, seminar series, and meetings. First Row, te l to right: Nimoy, A. M. Levine, Moody, Nordone, Vozzella, Freeman, Chase, Shames, Desjardins, Barr, Hurtig. Second Row, left to right: Korklan, Guimind, Scott, Gilcher, C. Anderson, Parker, Franzosa, Press, Park, Goldberg. Third Row, left to right: Bendersky, Hannula, Lazuk, H. Travers, Laub, Philbrick, Rachefort, LeGrys, Riceman, McLeod. DEAN D. ALEXANDER Electrical Engineering 128 Marlboro Street Wollaston Arnold Co- Co. operative Work , South Boston : Stevens A Sen For ■ice Record: ce, March 1944 U.S. Army — December Prepar North Quincy ed at High Schoo, MARIO ALVES Industrial Engii Westbrook Street Bedford 1), Phi Gamma Pi (Social Cha (Secretary 2, 3); Dean ' s Lis ketball 1, 2, (Acting Captain 3); Base- ball 3; Student Council 1, 2, 3; News 2, 3; A.S.M.E.; S.A.M. (Secretary 5); Bacchanalians 1; Band 1. 2; Class Secretary 2; Class Vice-President 3; Inter. ' raternity Council 3; Internation- al Relations Club 5; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 5 Service Record: U.S. Navy, May 1944 — July 1946 Prepared at New Bedford High School DONALD S. ATJ LAN Chemical Enginee ring 26 Pri nee Street Needh; Service Force, Record: June 1943 U.S. — July Army i 1946 Prepared at Needham Senior High School Worcester Polytechnic Institute CARLTON C. ANDERSON Mechanical Engineering 124 Nichols Avenue Bridgeport, Connecticut Nu Epsilon Zeta (Pledge Master 3), (Grand Chancellor 5); Tau Beta Pi; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Student Union 4, 5; News 1, 4, (Rewrite Editor 5), News Editor 5); Cauldron (Managing Editor); A.S.M.E.; Choral Society 1; Inter- fraternity Council (President 4) Co-operative Work: G N Engineer- ing Co., Boston— Switchboard Wire- Service Record: U.S. Navy, June STUART E. ALLEN Civil Engineering South Street Barre Beta Gamma Epsilon (Pledge Chair- man 5); Football 1; A.S.C.E.; B.S. C.E.; N.U.C.E.S.; Choral Society 1 Co-operative Work: U.S. Coast Geodetic Survey, Rockland, Me., West Palm Beach, Fla., Gulfport, Miss., New York— Rodman Service Record: U.S. Army, Septem- ber 1943 — July 1946 Prepared at Barre High School Prepared at yr Ludlowe High School Fairfield, Connecticut HERBERT K. ANDREWS Mechanical Engineering 10 Pine Street Whitinsville A.S.M.E.; Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, (Vice- President 4); Hus-Skiers 1, 3, 4, 5 Co-operative Work: Whitin Machine Works, Whitinsville — Assistant to Gearcutter Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, April 1943 — November 1945 Prepared at Northhridge High School SPIROS C. ALOUPIS Electrical Engineering 13 Brown Square Ips Freshman Honor List: Dean ' s Li; Ser Re U.S. Navy,. April Prepared at Ipswich High School JAMES W. ARMSTRONG Electrical Engineering 96 Tonawanda Street Dorchester Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5; A.I.E.E.; I.R.E. Co-operative Work: Ste Co., South Boston 1944 — May 1946 epared at Arnold Boston English High School ALFRED A. ARTERTON Mechanical Engineering 5 Peterborough Street Boston Gamma Phi Kappa; Dean ' s List 3, 4; A.S.M.E; Band 1; Yacht Club 2, 3, 4 Co-operative Work: Foster Machine Co., Westfield— Draftsman Service Record: U.S. Naval Aviation, September 1943 — September 1945 Prepared at Westfield High School FRED M. BARR Electrical Engineering Tau Beta Pi 4, 5; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; A.I.E.E.; Rifle Club 1, 2; Radio Club 4, 5 Co-operative Work: Boston Edison Co., Boston — Laboratory Assistant Service Record: U.S. Navy, Novem- ber 1944 — August 1946 Prepared at Boston Public Latin School RUSSELL A. BACHAND Mechanical Engineering 233 Eugenia Street New Bedford Phi Gamma Pi (Social Ch A.S.M.E. Prepared at New Bedford High School EDWARD BEALE Industrial Engineering 156 West Post Road Mamaroneck, New York Dean ' s List 4; Track 1, 2; S.A.M.; Class Cabinet 5 Co-operative Work: American Tele- phone Telegraph Co., New York, N. Y.; Fellows Gear Shaper Co., Springfield, Vt. Ser, Record: U.S. Navy Prepared at Harrison High School WILBERT G. BAILEY Chemical Engineering 19 Ward Street Randolph A.I.Ch.E. Co-operative Work: Weymouth Art Leather Co., South Braintree — Assist- ant to Plant Chemical Engineer Service Record: U.S. Army, Novem- ber 1942 — December 1945 Prepared at Stetson High School University of Pittsburgh JOSEPH J. BELET Electrical Engineering 9 Gustin Street South Boston A.I.E.E. Co-operative Work: Holtzer-Cabot Electric Co., Boston — Draftsman Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, April 1943 — February 1946 Prepared at Boston Technical High School CARMEN A. BARLETTA Civil Engineering 107 Fisher Avenue Roxbury A.S.C.E.; B.S.C.E. Co-operative Work: V. Barletta Co., Inc., Roslindale— Transitmant North- eastern University, Boston — Co Laboratory Assistant Prepared at East Boston High School Huntington Preparatory Lincoln Technical Institute JOSEPH BENDERSKY Mechanical Engineering 73 Walnut Park Roxbury Tau Beta Pi; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Fencing Team (Captain 1); A.S.M.E. (Treasurer 5) Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, December 1943 — November 1945 Prepared at Boston English High School NORMAN J. BENNETT Mechanical Engineering 185 Hart Street Beverly Fa A.S.M.E. Prepared at Beverly High School JOSEPH F. BOLGER Electrical Engineering 33 Garden Street Boston Dean ' s List 2, Freshman Honor List 4; A.I.E.E.; S.A.M. Re U.S. Navy, Ju Prepared at High School, Fall Ri, HENRY L. BIKOFSKY Chemical Engineering 566 Blue Hill Avenue Dorchester Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2; Student Union 2, (Chairman Intercol- legiate Activities Committee 3); A.I. Ch.E. Co-operative Work: Boston Woven Hose Rubber Co., Cambridge— Lab- oratory Technician Service Record: U.S. Army, Septem- ber 1943 — March 1946 Prepared at Roxbury Memorial High School PASQUALE C. BONDI Mechanical Engineering 10 Wedgewood Street Squantum A.S.M.E. Co-operative Work: Witch T. D. Valve Co., Boston — Machine Opera- Hyde Park High School, Boston -Helper; H. -Machine Oper: oston— Machine Force, December 1945 Everett tor; Barnes Jones Operator U.S. Army Ai 1942 — Decembe Prepared at North Quincy High School CHARLES W. BLANCHARD Civil Engineering 7 Ravenscroft Road Winchester Hockey 1; N.U.C.E.S. Co-operative Work: Town of Bel- mont Engineering Department — Junior Engineer Service Record: U.S. Army, Febru- ary 1943 — July 1946 Prepared at Winchester High School HAROLD W. BOOTHROYD Mechanical Engineering 27 Bertram Street Beverly A.S.M.E. Co-operative Work: Thomson Electric Welder Co., Lynn — Draftsman Service Record: U.S. Navy, Septem- ber 1942 — May 1946 Prepared at Beverly High School Tufts College ERNEST J. BOLDUC, JR. Mechanical Engineering 101 Summer Street Watertown Freshman Honor List; Cross Country 1; Track 1; A.S.M.E. (Publicity Chairman 5); Dramatic Society 1, 2; Choral Society 2, 3, 4; Chapel Choir 4, 5 Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, March 1943 — October 1945 Prepared at Watertown High School Fenn College, Cleveland, Ohio DANIEL BORNSTEIN Mechanical Engineering 16 Greenock Street Dorchester Kappa Zeta Phi (Vice-Chancellor 4), (Chancellor 5); A.S.M.E.; Fencing Team 1; Rifle Club 2; Yacht Club 2 Co ■operaliv e Wo rk: Sa nborn Ca nibridiie -Sheel Metal Workei Set vice Re, ord: U.S. Ar my, Nc bei ■ 1942 - Marc h 1946 Dor, Prep :hester ared at High School IRVING BOSINOFF Electrical Engineering Roxbury A.I.E.E.; Radio 1943 — August Prepared at Maiden High School Wentworth Institute RICHARD A. BRACKLEY Civil Engineering 6 Bennett Street Cambridge Beta Gamma Epsiion (Chairman So- cial Committee); A.S.C.E.; N.U.C.E. S.; Rifle Club 1; International Rela- tions Club 2 Prepared at Rindge Technical High School WILLIAM E. BOSSELMAN Electrical Engineering 79 Sanderson Avenue Dedham 5; A.I.E.E.; Radio Track 1, Club 1, 2 3, 4, 5 Co-operative Work: Allis-Chalmers Co., Hyde Park — Production Depart- ment Clerk Service Record: U.S. Army, Septem- ber 1943 — April 1946 Prepared at Dedham High School DANIEL E. BRAMAN Civil Engineering 7 St. Mark ' s Road Dorchester A.S.C.E.; B.S.C.E.; N.U.C.E.S. Prepared at Boston Technical High School FRED P. BOWEN Electrical Engineering 51 Simpson Avenue Somerville Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 3; A.I.E.E.; Radio Club 4, 5 Co-operative Work: Boston Edison Co., Boston — Laboratory Assistant Service Record: U.S. Army, Septem- ber 1943 — April 1946 Prepared at Somerville High School RICHARD J. BROWN Mechanical Engineering 41 St. Gregory Street Dorchester A.S.M.E.; ' 45 Club Service Record: U.S. Army, Febru- ary 1943 — January 1946 Prepared at Boston Public Latin School DONALD W. BOWRY Mechanical Engineering 370 Adams Street Milton Student Council 1 Co-operative Work: Northeastern University, Boston — Student Assistant (Drawing Department); Manter Hall School, Cambridge— Clerk; Atlas Tack Corp., Fairhaven — Draftsman, Anal- yst Service Re Force, Dec( lar Army ird: U.S. Army Air nber 1941— Still in Regu- Prepared at Sudbury High School ROBERT A. BROWN Chemical Engineering 21 Hammond Street Gloucester Co-operative Work: General Electric Co., Lynn — Laboratory Assistant Service Record: U.S. Army, April 1943 — November 1945 Prepared at Gloucester High School University of Pittsburgh ALDINO J. BRUGNETTI Mechanical Engineering 48 Fremont Street Boston A.S.M.E.; Rifle Club 1 Service Record: U.S. Navy, April 1944 — June 1946 Prepared at Hyde Park High School GARDNER P. BURTON Mechanical Engineering Porter Street Wenham A.S.M.E. Co-operative Work: Thomson-Gibb Electric Welding Co., Lynn — Drafts- Service Record: U.S. Navy, July 1943 — May 1946 Prepared at Beverly High School Huntington Preparatory NED W. BUOYMASTER Electrical Engineering 10 Morton Place North Arlington, New Jersey Beta Gamma Epsilon (Treasurer 3), (Vice-President 4), (President 5); Prepa North Arlingto •d at High School FRANCIS J. CALLAHAN Mechanical Engineering 39 Oakwood Street Dorchester Freshman Honor List; A.S.M.E. (Vice-President 4), (President 5) Co-operative Work: Eastern Gas Fuel Associates, Everett — Instrument Man Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, September 1940 — July 1942 Prepared at Boston Technical High School CLIFFORD A. BURCHSTED Industrial Engineering 65 Narrangansett Road Quincy Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Cauldron 5; A. S.M.E.; S.A.M.; Rifle Club 1; Chor- al Society 1; Yacht Club 5 Ser. Force, Ju Record: U.S. Army Air 1942 — February 1946 Prepared at Quincy High School Ripon College, Ripon, Wisconsin JAMES A. CAMERON Mechanical Engineering 318 West Squantum Street Quincy A.S.M.E. (Secretary 5) ■Ace Re 1942 - U.S. Army, No ie 1945 Prepared at North Quincy High School JACOB BURTMAN Mechanical Engineering 80 Maverick Street Chelsea A.S.M.E. Co-operative Work: A. G. Walton Co., Chelsea — Clerk; Edwards Sup- ply, East Boston — Clerk Service Record: U.S. Army, May 1944 — April 1946 ed at High School Prepa Chelsea Senioi HERBERT J. CANNON Mechanical Engineering 164 Grovers Avenue Winthrop A.S.M.E. Prepared at Winthrop High School ALFRED A. CAPOBIANCO Electrical Engineering 276 Maverick Street East Boston Prepared at Boston Public Latin School CONSTANTINE G. COCKINOS Chemical Engineering 46 Homes Avenue Dorchester Beta Gamma Epsilon {Dance Chair- man); Track 1; A.I.Ch.E.; Camera Club 2; Rifle Club 2, 3; Class Presi- dent 3; Yacht Club 3, 4, 5; Senior Cabinet 6; Senior Week Committee Co-operative Work; Boston Gear Works, North Quincy — Draftsman Service Record: U.S. Army, October 1942 — March 1946 Prepared at Dorchester High School ALDEN B. CARLSON Chemical Engineering 126 Sherman Street Wollaston List 4; A.I.Ch.E. (Secretary 5) Co-operative Work dated Gas Co., J; ett — Student Chemist Consoli- Service Recoi August 1943 U.S. Naval Aviation, December 1945 Prepared at North Quincy High School HERBERT W. COHEN Civil Engineering 42 Nevada Street Winthrop A.S.C.E.; B.S.C.E. Co-operative Work: Joseph Selwyn Co., Belmont — Transitman; Harding, Hayden, Buchanan Co., Boston — Chief-of-party Ser Rl 1943 - ■ord: U.S. Army, Septe April 1946 Prepared at Chelsea High School WALTER M. CHASE, JR. Electrical Engineering 28 Hillcrest Road Needham Tau Beta Pi 4, 5; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Student Union 1, 2; A.I.E.E.; Radio Club 1, 2, 3; Who ' s Who in American Uni- versities and Colleges 5 Co-operative Work: General Radio Co., Cambridge — Laboratory Worker; Andrew Alford, Consulting Engineers, Somerville — Student Engineer Service Record: U.S. Coast Guard, October 1941 — December 1945 Prepared at Needham High School MELVIN W. COHEN Electrical Engineering 683 Morton Street Mattapan A.I.E.E.; Radio Club 5 Servic 1942 Re trd: U.S. Army, August vember 1945 Prepared at Maiden High School RICHARD A. CICCARELLI Mechanical Engineering 67 Marshall Street Winthrop A.S.M.E. Prepared at Winthrop High School JOSEPH J. COLARUSSO Civil Engineering 709 Bennington Street East Boston A.S.C.E.; B.S.C.E.; N.U.C.E.S. (Vice-President 4, 5) Co-operative Work: Monroe Tomp- kins, Boston— Transitman; U.S.E.D., Boston — Survey Chief; Hayden, Hard- ing Buchanan, Boston — Survey Chief Service Record: U.S. Army, Septem- ber 1943 — October 1946 Prepared at East Boston High School Wheeler Preparatory RICHARD H. COLBY Mechanical Engineering 14 Fitz Terrace Chelsea A.S.M.E.; Rifle Club 1, 2; Rifle Team 2 Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, September 1942 ■ — October 1945 Prepared at Chelsea High School WILLIAM M. CONLON Electrical Engineering 18 Temple Street Whitman A.I.E.E. Co-operative Work : Boston Edison Co., Boston — Transformer Mainten- ance and Repairman Service Record: U.S. Army, July 1943 — January 1946 Prepared at Whitman High School University of Mississippi Rhode Island State College EDWARD A. COLECHIA Mechanical Engineering 6 Rossie Street Mystic, Connecticut Gamma Phi Kappa; A.S.M.E. Prepared at Stonington High School THOMAS J. CONNOLLY Civil Engineering 312 East 8th Street South Boston Phi Beta Alpha (Sergeant-at-Arms 5); Dean ' s List 3, 4; Hockey 1; N.U.C. E.S.; Class Cabinet 5 Co-operative Work: Boston Consoli- dated Gas Co., Boston— Draftsman; Whitman Howard Engineering Corp., Boston — Rodman Service I ber 1943 yrd: U.S. Army, Septem- May 1946 Prepared at Boston English High School University of Illinois RUDOLPH A. COLETTA Electrical Engineering 577 Bennington Street East Boston Service Record: U.S. Army, April 1943 — February 1946 Prepared at East Boston High School ROBERT F. COUGHLIN Electrical Engineering 37 Waverly Street Roxbury A.I.E.E. Co-operative Work: Co., Boston — Transfo ance and Repairman n Edison Mainten- Septembe zcord: U.S. Naval A ' ■ 1943 — November 1945 Prepared at n Public Latin School •rsity of North Carolina Williams College •ine Central Institute CHARLES J. COLLINS Industrial Engineering 460 Huron Avenue Cambridge A.S.M.E.; S.A.M. Co-operative Work: Fellow Gear Shap- er Co., Springfield, Vt.; Town of Bel- mont Engineering Department; Ray- theon Manufacturing Co., Waltham Service Record: U.S. Navy, October 1943 — January 1946 Prepared at Cambridge High and Latin School St. Phillips Preparatory Harvard University Boston College EDGAR A. CRAIG, JR. Mechanical Engineering 18 Main Street North Easton A.S.M.E. Co-operative Work: Ames, Baldwin, Wyoming Co., North Easton — Main- tenance Testing Service Record: U.S. Navy, " July 1943 — April 1946 Prepared at Oliver Ames High School STANLEY R. CRAWFORD Mechanical Engineering 1291 Worcester Road Framinghanl Freshman Honor List: Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Co-operative Work: Dennison Man- ufacturing Co., Framingham — Mach- ine Shop Service Record: U.S. Navy, Novem- ber 1942 — March 1946 Prepared at Framingham High School JOHN J. CROWLEY Mechanical Engineering 197 Shawmut Avenue Bosl Prepared at Boston Catholic High School JOHN F. CREEDON Chemical Engineering 29 Lewis Avenue Arlington Co-operative Work: Wesco Water Paint Co., East Boston — Laboratory Technician Re 1943 ord: U.S. Army, Septem- - April 1946 Prepared at Arlington High School Boston University Biarritz University, France ANGELO L. CRUGNOLA Electrical Engineering 10 Oakland Street Roxbury Dean ' s List 2, 3; A.I.E.E. Service Record: U.S. Army, Septem- ber 1940 — October 1945 M: Prepared at hanic Arts High School Iowa State University Leland Stanford University LEONARD B. CRIPPS Chemical Engineering 77 Sunset Road Arlington A.C.S.; A.I.Ch.E.; Rifle Club 1, 2; Yacht Club 3, 4, 5; Camera Club 3, 4, 5; Cauldron 5 Co-operative Work: Bos dated Gas Co., Evei Chemical Engineer; Skin man, Inc., Boston — Stude Engineer ton Consoli- ett — Student ner Sher- nt Chemical Servici 1942 - ? Record: U.S. Navy, October - August 1946 Prepared at Arlington High S Rensselaer Polytechnic Massachusetts Institute of Institute Technology WALTER A. CURLEY Mechanical Engineering 560 Park Street Dorch Freshman Honor List Co-operative Work: P. S. Thi Co., South Boston — Sheet Helper Service Record: U.S. Army Force, January 1943 — Decei 1945 Prepared at Dorchester High School WILLIAM L. CRISPIN Electrical Engineering 1124 Walnut Street Elmira, New York Gamma Phi Kappa; Dean ' s List 3, 4; A.I.E.E.; Band 1 Servit 1944 Record: U.S. Navy, Ju Prepared at ra Free Acat DONALD R. CURRIER Chemical Engineering 11 Central Street South Easton A.I.Ch.E. Co-operative Work: Commercial Fil- ters Corp., South Boston — Laboratory Assistant; Avon Sole Co., Avon — Lab- oratory Assistant Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, June 1942 — October 1945 Prepared at Brockton High School VICTOR F. DAHLGREN Mechanical Engineering Farm Road Sherborn Dean ' s List 4 Co-operative Work: Warren Tele- chron Co., Ashland — Machinist ' s Ap- prentice Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, January 1943 — February 1946 Prepared at Natick Senior High School S. RAYMOND DESMARAIS Civil Engineering Walnut Street Nashua, New Hampshii Freshman Honor List; Cr 1; Intramural Basketball E.S. Hus-Skiers 5 Country N.U.C. Ring Engineer- Construction In- Co-operative Work ing Co., Brookline spector Prepared at Nashua Senior High Sch DANIEL M. DALEY, JR. Mechanical Engineering 11 Wildwood Road Medford Sigma Phi Alpha Co-operative Work : Fore River Ship- yard, Quincy — Electrician Service Record: U.S. Navy, May 1944 — December 1945 Prepared at Medford High School WILLIAM J. DESMOND Electrical Engineering 108 Sycamore Street Belmont A.I.E.E. Co-operative Work: Boston Edison Co., Boston — Transformer Repairman Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, April 1943 — May 1946 Prepared at St. Mary ' s High School, Waltham Belmont High School EDWARD DANZINGER Civil Engineering 58 Summer Street Revere N.U.C. E.S. Co-operative Work: U.S. Coast Geodetic Survey, Washington, D.C. — Recorder; Whitman Howard, Bos- ton — Draftsman Service Record: U.S. Army, Janu- ary 1944 — May 1946 Prepared at Morris High School New York, New York ARTHUR F. DULING Industrial Engineering 106 Phillips Street Fitchburg Dean ' s List 3; A.S.M.E.; S.A.M. Co-operative Work: Ashton Valve Co., Cambridge — Production Plan- ning; General Electric Co., Lynn — Rodman; Artisan Metal Products Co., Charlestown — Machine Operator Service Record: U.S. Army Prepared at St. Bernard High School SYLVIO E. DESJARDINS Electrical Engineering 238 Salem Street Lawrence Tau Beta Pi; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; A.I.E.E.; Rifle Club 3 Co-operative Work: Heinze Electric Co., Lowell — Laboratory Assistant; Western Electric Co., Haverhill— Junior Assistant Engineer Prepared at Lawrence High School DAVID A. DUNCAN Civil Engineering 97 Ocean Street Dorchester N.U.C. E.S. Co-operative Work: General Electric Co., Lynn — Draftsman, Surveyor Service Record: U.S. Army, April 1943 — February 1946 Prepared at Dorchester High School University of Wyoming RALPH P. DYER Civil Engineering 70 Myrtle Street Somerville N.U.C.E.S. Co-operative Work: Whitman How- ard, Boston — Rodman, Transitman Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, October 1943 — May 1944 Prepared at Somerville High School LEON F. FAIRBANKS Electrical Engineering Main Street Marlboro, New Hampshir Co-operative Work: Westinghouse Manufacturing Co., South Boston — Assembly, Copper Work Service -Record: U.S. Army, January 1943 — December 1945 Prepared at Marlboro High School LEONARD A. EDLUND, JR. Electrical Engineering 50 North Leyden Street Brockton Dean ' s List 3, 4; A.I.E.E.; Band 1; Class Cabinet 5 Co-operative Work: Fore River Ship- yard, Quincy — Electrician Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, September 1942 — December 1945 Prepared at Brockton High School Massachusetts State College Brockton Business College LAWRENCE S. FELDMAN Industrial Engineering fefferson Avenue Chelsea n ' s List 4; S.A.M. son Shipya Work: Bethlehem Simp rd, East Boston — Time Servi 1944 -e Rei - Jur ord: U.S. Navy, e 1946 June Prepared at Chelsea High School OSCAR EPSTEIN Civil Engineering 23 Ferndale Street Dorchester Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 3, 4; N.U.C.E.S.; Choral Society 2 Co-operative Work: U.S. Coast Geodetic Survey, Va., Ala., Miss., N. Y.— Recorder; Town of Newton En- gineering Department — Rodman Service Re ber 1943 - U.S. Army, Septem- re 1946 ' ed at Latin Scho ROBERT J. FINE Civil Engineering 168 Bryant Street Maiden A.S.C.E.; B.S.C.E.; N.U.C.E.S.; Cauldron (Photographic Editor); Class Cabinet 1, 3, 4 Co-operative Work: New England Survey Service, Boston — Transitman, Draftsman Service Record: U.S. Army, April 1943 — November 1945 Prepared at Maiden High School Harvard University ROBERT E. ERICKSON Mechanical Engineering 24 Melville Avenue Norwo A.S.M.E.; Class Cabinet 5 Service Record: U.S. Navy, Janu! 1944 — October 1945 Prepared at Norwood Senior High School Harvard University JOSEPH H. FINKELSTEIN Industrial Engineering 252 River Road Winthrop S.A.M. ; Band 1, 3, 5 Service Record: U.S. Army Prepared at Winthrop High School ROBERT B. FISCHER Mechanical Engineering 519 Lowell Street West Peabody Rifle Cl ub 1, 2, 3 Co-operative Work: Sanborn Co., Cambridge— Assembler ; Colt ' s Manu- facturing Co.. Hartford, Conn.— Tool- Record: U.S. Army, August December 1945 Prepared at ody High School ERNEST D. FOSS Electrical Eng neering 39 Beltran Street Malde A.I.E.E Co-ope Maiden alive Work: — Tester National Co Service 1944 - Record: U.J - July 1946 . Navy, Apr Prepared Maiden High at School THOMAS J. FOLEY Electrical Engineering 18 Brooks Street Maynard Dean ' s List 3; A.I.E.E. Co-operative Work: Warren Tele- chron Co., Ashland Laboratory As- sistant; Polaroid Corp., Cambridge — Laboratory Assistant Service Record: U.S. Army, Septem- ber 1943 — February 1946 Prepared at Maynard High School JOHN C. FRANZOSA Mechanical Engineering 207 Park Drive Boston Tau Beta Pi; Freshman Honor List, " Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; A.S.M.E. Service Record: U.S. Army, August 1942 — August 1943 Prepared at Somerville High School Lowell Institute WILLIAM L. FOLSOM Electrical Engineering 189 Chestnut Hill Avenue Brighton A.I.E.E. Co-operative Work: General Electric Co., Lynn — Laboratory Technician Service Record: U.S. Army, July 1942 — August 1943 Prepared at Somerville High School Tufts College GEORGE M. FRASER Chemical Engineering 61 Court Street Medford Freshman Honor List; A.I.Ch.E., (Council 5); Yacht Club 5 Re rd: U.S. Navy, May Prepared at Medford High School CHARLES A. FORBES Chemical Engineering Track 3; Cross Country 3; A.I.Ch.E.; Rifle Club 5; Ya. 5; Band 5 A.C.S.; ht Club U.S. Navy, Ju Prepared at Miduay High School MELVIN B. FREEDMAN Electrical Engineering 15 Bilodeau Road Ro.xbury Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; A.I.E.E.; Rifle Club 1, 2; Ra- dio Club 3, 4, 5 Service Record: U.S. Navy, May 1944 — March 1946 Prepared at Boston English High School ALBERT P. FREEMAN Mechanical Engineering 23 Symphony Road Boston Tail Beta Pi 4, (President, Delegate to National Convention 5); Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Hayden Scholarship; Tail Beta Pi Freshman Award; Dean ' s List Schol- arship 2, 4; A.S.M.E. Service Record: U.S. Army, Septem- ber 1943 —April 1946 Prepared at Roxbury Memorial High School RALPH W. FULLERTON Electrical Engineering 63 Concord Avenue Milton Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2; A.I.E.E.; Photography Club 1, (Vice- President 2); Radio Club 1, 2 Co-operative Work: Hunt-Spiller, Boston — Metallurgist Service Record: U.S. Army, Decem- ber 1942 — January 1946 Prepared at Milton High School Texas A M SELIG M. FRIEDBERG Industrial Engineering 7 Fottler Road Mattapan Dean ' s List 4; S.A.M. Co-operative Work: Electric Storage Battery Co., Boston — Batteryman; General Electric Co., Lynn— Produc- tion Man Service Record: U.S. Army, Septem- ber 1943 — April 1946 Prepared at Roxbury Memorial High School University of Illinois WALLACE A. GEIGER Mechanical Engineering Lowell Street East Pepperell A.S.M.E.; ' 45 Club Co-operative Work: Johns-Manville, Nashua — Layout Man, Assistant Draftsman Service Record: U.S. Navy, May 1942 — November 1945 Prepared at Pepperell High School DONALD S. FRITZ Chemical Engineering 144 Marlborough Street Boston Track 1, 2, 3, 4 (Manager 5); A.I. Ch.E. (Vice-President 4) Co-operative Work: Newton City Water Works, Newton— Rodman: At- lantic Research Associates, Newton — Student Chemist; Weymouth Art Leather Co., South Braintree — Stu- dent Research Chemist Service Ret 1943 — No U.S. Army, April r 1945 Prepared at Roxbury Memorial High School DAVID GELFOND Electrical Engineering 241 Belmont Avenue Brockton A.I.E.E.; Radio Club 3, 4, 5 Co-operative Work: Boston Edison Boston — Transformer Ov Inspector Prepared at Brockton High School rload EARLE FRITZ 24 Normandy Street Roxbury Track 1; Intramural Softball 1; A.C. S.; A. I. Ch.E. (Executive Committee 4 Co-operative Work: United Rexall Drug Co., Boston — Research and De- velopment Chemist; Godfrey L. Cab- ot, Inc., Boston — Research and De- velopment Chemical Engineer Prepared at Roxbury Memorial High School ROBERT G. GERADE, JR. Chemical Engineering 31 Lynde Street Melrose A.I.Ch.E. Co-operative Work: Barrett Division of Allied Chemical Dye Corp., Mai- den — Laboratory Assistant Service Record: U.S. Army, Novem- ber 1942 — December 1945 Prepared at Wakefield High School Susquehanna University, Pennsylvania CARL A. GERDEN Industrial Engineering 6 Winthrop Street Westboro Dean ' s List 4; S.A.M. (Vice-President 5); Choral Society 1, 2 Co-operative Work: Dennison Manu- facturing Co. j Framingham — Packer, Shipper; Bay State Abrasive Co., Westboro — Laboratory Tester, Expedi- Record: U.S. Army Prepared at Westboro High School HENRY H. GINSBERG Chemical Engineering 185 Chestnut Street Chelsea Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 3, 4; A.C.S.; A.I.Ch.E. Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, April 1943 — December 1945 Prepared at Chelsea High School CHARLES E. GIFFORD Mechanical Engineering Phi Gamma Pi (Secretary 3), (Social Chairman 4), (House Manager 5), (Vice-President 5); A.S.M.E.; Band 1 Co-operative Work: LaPointe Broach Machine Tool Co., Hudson- Draftsman, Designer; Morse Twist Drill Co., New Bedford — Assistant Metallurgist; Perry Barker Engineer- ing Co., Boston — Assistant Fuel Ana- lyst Service Record: U.S. Navy, May 1944 — May 1946 Prepared at New Bedford High School SEYMOUR GOLDBERG Electrical Engineering 45 Fayston Street Roxbury Kappa Zeta Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Fresh- man Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Track 1; Cross Country 1 Co-operative Work: Stevens Arnold Co., Boston — Assembler; Harvard Uni- versity, Cambridge — Laboratory As- sistant ce Re, 1945 d: U.S. Marin October 1946 Corps, Prepared at Mechanic Arts High School WALTER R. GILBERT, JR. Mechanical Engirieering 1 Merrill Avenue Belmont A.S.M.E.; Choral Society 1, 2 Co-operative Work: Sanborn Co., Cambridge — Machinist ; Northeastern University, Boston — Laboratory Assist- ant Service Record: U.S. Army, Octo- ber 1942 — August 1945 Prepared at Rindge Technical High School SHERMAN H. GOLDMAN Mechanical Engineering 237 Vine Street Everett Student Council 1, 2; A.S.M.E.; Rifle Club 1,2,3 Co-operative Work: General Electric Co., Everett — Statistical Quality Con- trol Man Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, June 1944 — November 1946 Prepared at Everett High School EDWIN A. GILCHER Mechanical Engineering 879 Central Street Stought Tau Beta Pi; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; News (Photo- graphic Editor 3); A.S.M.E.; Class Secretary 3; Yacht Club 4, 5 Co-operative Work: Ames, Baldwin Wyoming Co., North Easton — Labora- tory Assistant; General Electric Co., Lynn — Draftsman Service Record: U.S. Army, Septem- ber 1942 — February 1946 Prepared at Stoughton High School WILLIAM R. GORRILL Civil Engineering 18 Wilson Place Abington Dean ' s List 3; A.S.C.E.; B.S.C.E.; N. U.C.E.S. Co-operative Work: Coffin Rich- - ardson, Boston — Draftsman; Jackson Moreland, Engineers, Boston — Draftsman Service Record: U.S. Army, July 1942 — November 1945 Prepared at Hanover High School WALTER J. GOVONI Mechanical Engineering 524 Westfield Street West Springfield Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 4; Student Union 1; 2, 3; A.S.M.E.; Math Club 5 Co-operptive Work: Terry Steam Turbine Co., Hartford, Conn.— Con- struction Testing Service Record: U.S. Army, Septem- ber 1943 — April 1946 Prepared at West Springfield High School HARRY D. HAMILTON Chemical Engineering 47 Warren Avenue Hyde Park Freshman Honor List; A.I.Ch.E. Co-operative Work: Bird Son, East Walpole — Control Chemist Service Record: U.S. Army, June 1943 — March 1946 Prepared at Jar, ■ Plain High School WILLIAM J. GROSSI Electrical Engineering 25A Henry Street M Baseball 1; A.I.E.E. Co-operative Work Co., Lynn; Boston Ed Gen :ral Electric Co., Boston Prepared at Medjord High School FRED W. HANNULA Electrical Engi neering 310 Main Sti Walpole Tau Beta Pi Dean ' s List I.E.E.; Who ' ; Fr, !, 3, s Wk Colli =shma 4, 5: ges 5 n Honor List; A.S.M.E.; A. American Uni- Co-ope ratiue Work: Bird Machine Co., Walpole — Estimator; The Fox- boro Co., Foxboro — Designer Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, December 1942 — May 1946 Prepared at Walpole High School RALPH D. GUIMOND Electrical Engineering 95 Armandine Street Dorche Co-operative Work: Submarine Sig- nal Co., Boston — Electrical Drafts- Service Record: U.S. Army, Septen ber 1943 — April 1946 Prepared at Boston English High School ARTHUR H. HANSEN Electrical Engineering Lexington Street East Boston in ' s List 4; A.I.E.E.; Hus-Skiers 4, Co-ope Work: Bethlehem Steel ston — Maintenance Elec- Service Record: U.S. Navy, 1944 — August 1946 Prepared at East Boston High School D. NORMAN HALEY Industrial Engineering 1316 Quincy Shore Boulevard Quincv A.S.M.E.; S.A.M. Prepared at Quincy High Sclwol ROBERT O. HARLOW Civil Engineering Eldridge Street Lebanon, New Hampshii Prepared at Lebanon High School EDWARD F. HARRINGTON Mechanical Engineering 129 Florence Street Roslindale A.S.M.E.; Hus-Skiers 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3; Tennis Club 4 Co-operative Work: B. F. Sturtevant Co., Hyde Park — Draftsman Service Record: U.S. Naval Aviation, June 1942 — March 1946 Prepared at Roslindale High School BERNARD HAYES Electrical Engineering 692 Huntington Avenue Boston Co-operative Work: New Bedford Gas Edison Light Co., New Bed- ford — Sub-Station Attendant Service Record: U.S. Nav y, Septem- ber 1942 — December 1945 Prepared at New Bedford High School JOHN W. HARRINGTON Industrial Engineering 93 Cummins Highway Roslindale A.S.M.E.; S.A.M.; Band 1 Service Record: U.S. Navy Prepared at Roslindale High School EARLE C. HAZELWOOD, JR. Industrial Engineering 100 Windsor Road Medford Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5; A.S.M.E.; S.A. M.; Yacht Club 4, 5; Hus-Skiers 5 Co-operative Work: J. R. Worcester Co., Boston — Draftsman; Sanborn Co., Cambridge — Instrument Assem- bly; General Electric Co., West Lynn —Cost Clerk Service Record: U.S. Army Prepared at Medford High School Ohio State University RICHARD F. HASKELL Mechanical Engineering 154 Central Street Somerville A.S.M.E. (Vice-Chairman 5); Hus- Skiers 2, 3, 4, 5 Co-operative Work: B. F. Sturtevant Co., Hyde Park— Draftsman; Green- field Tap Die Co., Greenfield- Draftsman Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, October 1942 — January 1946 Prepared at Somerville High School THEODORE F. HEARTH Chemical Engineering 331 Kenyon Street Fall Rivet- Phi Gamma man Honor Co-operative Works Co., Assistant Pi (Treasurer 5) ; Fresh- List; A.C.S.; A.I.Ch.E. Work: Fall River Gas Fall River — Laboratory Record: U.S. Army, Ju Ju 1946 Prepared at M. C. Durfee High School New York University, New York, New York JOHN W. HASTINGS Electrical Engineering Main Street Bradford, Vermont Nu Epsilon Zeta (Vice-Grand Master 5); Student Union 4, 5; I.R.E.; Band 1, 2, 4, 5 Co-operative Work: Sanborn Co., Cambridge — Assembler, Tester Service Record: U.S. Army, August 1942 — February 1946 Prepared at Bradford Academy HORATIO W. HEATH Electrical Engineering 1091 Worcester Street Natick Co-operative Work: General Radio Co., Cambridge — Draftsman Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, February 1943 — December 1945 Prepared at Natick High School ALLEN C. HIRTLE Electrical Engineering 68 Russell Street North Quincy Beta Gamma Epsilon (Vice-President 3); Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 3, 4; A.I.E.E. Co-operative Work: Bethlehem Steel Co., Quincy — Electrician ' s Helper Service Record: U.S. Army, Mav 1944 — June 1946 Prepared at North Quincy High School CARL R. HURTIG Electrical Engineering 170 Arlington Street Wollaston Tau Beta Pi; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; A.I.E.E. Co-operative Work: Stevens Arnold Co., South Boston Service Record: U.S. Army, March 1944 — April 1946 Prepared at Boston English High School BRADFORD A. HLXON, JR. Civil Engineering 39 South Street Foxb Co-operative Work: Co., Framingharr Catlo Bianchi -Field Engineer rvice Record: U.S. Army, Septei r 1943 — April 1946 Prepared at Framingham High School Worcester Polytechnic Institute JACK INDECK Industrial Engineering 252 Shirley Street Winthrop Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, (Vice- President 5); A.S.M.E.; Class Treas- urer 1, 2; Class Vice-President 5; Chairman Senior Week Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, February 1944 — November 1945 Prepared at Winthrop High School MICHAEL J. HOFFMAN Mechanical Engineering 1427 Commonwealth Avenue Brighton Cross Country 1; Rifle Club 1 Co-operative Work: Sanborn Co., Cambridge — Machinist Helper; Crit- tenden Manufacturing Co., West Rox- bury — Screw Machine Operator Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, April 1942 — April 1946 Prepared at Boston Public Latin School JACOB I. ISENSTEIN Chemical Engineering 636 Morton Street Dorchester A.C.S.; A.I.Ch.E. Co-operative Work: Commercial Fil- ter Corp., Boston — Industrial Labora- tory Technician Service Record: U.S. Army, Novem- ber 1944 — August 1946 Prepared at Boston English High School Virginia Polytechnic Institute MARTIN M. HOLT Electrical Engineering 45 ' orest Street Lawrence New: 5; A.I.E.E.; Rifle Club 1; Rifle Team 1 ; Silver Masque 5 Service Record: U.S. Navy, April 1945 — August 1945 Prepared at Lawrence High School DAVID JACOBS Chemical Engineering 46 Dakota Street Dorchester Kappa Zeta Phi; A.I.Ch.E. Co-operative Work: Weymouth Art Leather Co., South Braintree — Chem- Service Record: U.S. Army, Decem- ber 1942 — April 1946 Prepared at Boston English High School RALPH L. JEWELL, JR. Mechanical Engineering 826 Parker Street Roxbury A.S.M.E.; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; ' 45 Club Co-operative Work: Sanborn Co., Cambridge — Assembler Service Record: U.S. Force, December 1942 1945 Army Air Prepared at Roslindale High School ALBERT L. KALMAN Industrial Engineering 73 Crawford Street Roxbury Tau Beta Pi; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; S.A.M.; Sigma Kappa Psi (Scribe 2), (High Poten- tate 4) Co-operative Work: Sanborn Co., Cambridge — Production Department Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, December 1942 — June 1946 Prepared at Boston Public Latin School RICHARD S. JOHNSON Civil Engineering 60 Westover Street West Roxbury Nu Epsilon Zeta (Pledgemaster 4) ; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4, 5; A.S.C.E.; B.S.C.E.; N.U.C. E.S. Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, March 1944 — November 1945 Prepared at Roslindale High School ARNOLD KATZ Mechanical Engineering 24 Brenton Street Dorchester Sigma Kappa Psi (Secretary 5); Freshman Honor List; A.S.M.E. Co-operative Work: Hy-Lite Corp., South Boston — Sheet Metal Worker; Martens Stoerens, Boston — Punch Press Operator Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, April 1944 — October 1946 Prepared at Boston Public Latin School THEODORE K. JOHNSON Mechanical Engineering 1090 Washington Street Holliston Dean ' s List 2; A.S.M.E. Co-operative Work: Warren Tele- chron Co., Ashland — Draftsman Service Record: U.S. Army, March 1944 — May 1946 Prepared at Holliston High School ALEXANDER J. KAVALL Mechanical Engineering 32 Willow Street Norwood Track 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 5 Co-operative Work: Winslow Bros. Smith Co., Norwood — Electrifier Service Record: U.S. Marine Corps, December 1942 — July 1946 Prepared at Norwood High School Villanova College CARL I. JONES Mechanical Engineering 353 South Maple Avenue Ridgewood, New Jersey Leaders Club 1; A.S.M.E.; Hus-Skiers 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3 Co-operative Work: Wright A tical Corp., Woodridge, N. J. — Draftsman Service Record: U.S. Army, August 1943 — January 1946 Prepared at Ridgewood High School GABRIEL KAYARIAN Electrical Engineering 4 Linden Road Melro A.I.E.E. Service Record: U.S. Army, Febr ary 1943 — February 1946 Prepared at Melrose High School HENRY F. KAZANOWSKI Electrical Engineering 161 Burlington Avenue Bristol, Connecticut Alpha Kappa Sigma (Grand Marshall 5), (Social Commitee Chairman 5); Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 4, 5; Football 1; News 2, 3; A.I.E.E.; I.R.E.; Rifle Club 1; Radio Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Co-operative Work: Trumbull Elec- tric Manufacturing Co., Plainvillc, Conn. — Assembler, Lnderwriters Lab- oratory Tester Service Record: U.S. Army, Septem- ber 1943 — April 1946 Prepared at Bristol High School PAUL L. KORKLAN Electrical Engineering 11 Michigan Avenue Dorchester Pi; Dean ' s List 2, 4; Ra- Tau Beta dio Club Prepared at Memorial High School ROBERT D. KEEGAN Civil Engineering 53 Barrows Street Baseball 1, 2, 4, S.C.E. Co-ope Dedham Basketball 2; A. Co., Boston Work: -Drafts Boston Edison Prepared at Dedham High School JOHN P. KOTOWSKI Electrical Engineering 8 Puritan Road Somervi Hockey 1; Baseball 1 Service Record: U.S. Army, Jan ary 1942 — January 1946 Prepared at Rindge Technical High School Lowell Institute FREDERICK D. A. KING Civil Engineering 19 Webster Street Hyde Park Nu Epsilon Zeta (Pledgemaster 5); Cauldron (Managing Editor); A.S. C.E.; B. S.C.E. ; N.U.C.E.S. Co-operative Work: Jackson More- land, Inc., Boston — Draftsman, Draft- ing Checker Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, February 1944 — November 1945 Prepared at Hyde Park High School EDWARD A. KOVAL Electrical Engineering 8 St. John Avenue No A.I.E.E. 1943 Record: U.S. Army, December 1945 Prepared at Norwood High School Biarritz University, France WALTER M. KISNER Chemical Engineering 56 Topliff Street Dorchester Freshman Honor List: Dean ' s List 2, 3; A.I.Ch.E.; Band 1, 2 Co-operative Work: Northeastern University, Boston — Laboratory As- Service Record: U.S. Army, Septe ber 1943 — March 1946 Prepared at English High School GEORGE T. KRINOPOLIS Mechanical Enginet ring 22 Taylo r Street Waltham Track 1; Rifle CI ub 2 Co-opera Machine five Work: Waltham Screw Co., Waltham — Draftsman vice Record: U.S. Marine Air rps, June 1942 — December 1945 Prepared at Waltham Senior High School Lincoln Technical Institute THEODORE W. KUDRYK Mechanical Engineering 62 Paris Street Everett A.S.M.E. Co-operative Work: General Elec- tric Co., Everett — Sand Tester; Lud- low Manufacturing Sales Co., Lud- low— Student Engineer Service Record: U.S. Navy, July 1937 — July 1942 Prepared at Everett High School ROGER V. LANOUETTE Mechanical Engineering 7 Providence Street Lawrence Track 1; A.S.M.E. Co-operative Work: Eastern Gas Fuel Co., Everett — Instrument Man; Western Electric Co., Haverhill— Junior Assistant Engineer; Olympia Theatre, Hampton Be ach, N. H. — Projectionist Prepared at Central Catholic High School CHARLES KURKER, JR. Chemical Engineering 27 Bowdoin Street Dorchester A.I.Ch.E. Prepared at Boston English High School RAINER M. LAUB Mechanical Engineering 42 Park Vale Avenue Allston Tau Beta Pi; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 4; Basketball 3; A.S. M.E.; Cosmopolitan Club 1; Science Club 1 Co-operative Work: Warren Tele- chron Co., Ashland— Machinist; W. S. Crocker, Boston — Draftsman Service Record: U.S. Army, October 1944 — August 1946 Prepared at Needham High School EDWARD R. LAMB Civil Engineering P. O. Box 104 Hartland, Vermont Alpha Kappa Sigma (Grand Marshal 3), (Vice-Grand Councillor 4), (Grand Councillor 5); N.U.C.E.S. Co-operative Work: Central Vermont Public Service Corp., Rutland, Vt.— Clerk; Central Vermont Public Ser- vice Corp., Cavendish, Vt. — Station Operator Service Record: U.S. Army, Septem- ber 1943 — April 1946 Prepared at Windsor High School University of Illinois JOHN Q. LAWSON Electrical Engineering 13 Linnea Avenue Brockton Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; A.I.E.E.; Chor- al Society 2, 5 Co-operative Work: Alden Products, Brockton — Draftsman Service Record: U.S. Navy, May 1944 — June 1946 Prepared at Brockton High School ERNEST J. A. LANDIN, JR. Electrical Engineering 93 Beltram Street Maiden Intramural Softball 2; A.I.E.E.; Chess Club 2 Co-operative Work: General Electric Co., Lynn — Laboratory Technician Service Record: U.S. Army, Septem- ber 1945 — January 1947 Prepared at Maiden High School ALBERT V. LAZUK Electrical Engineering 164 Chestnut Street Chelsea Tau Beta Pi; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; In- tramural Softball 1, 2; A.I.E.E.; Chess Club 2; Math Club 2 Co-operative Work: General Elec- tric Co. , Lynn— Calculator of Engine Efficiency Service Record: U.S. Navy, Janu- ary 1945 — July 1946 Prepared at Chelsea High School JOHN R. LeGRYS Electrical Engineering Main Street Cambridge, New York Pi: De Co-operative Work: Westinghou.se Electric Manufacturing Co., South Boston — Electric Equipment Installer Service Record-. U.S. Army, August 1943 — April 1946 Prepared at Cambridge High School Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York ROBERT E. LEWIS Chemical Engineering 7 Mt. Vernon Street Bright. Service Reco March 1942 Merchant Ma October 1945 Prepared at Pepin High School, Wisconsin University of Wisconsin LEONARD L. LEINONEN Mechanical Engineering 71 Pearl Street North Weymouth A.S.M.E. Co-operative Work: Fore River Ship- yard, Quincy — Sheetmetal Fabricator Service Record: U.S. Army, Febru- ary 1943 — January 1946 Pr epared at Weymouth High School Texas A M GESTA E. LEXEN Chemical Engineering 31 Wiley Road Belmont Freshman Honor List; Choral Society 4, 5 Co-operative Work: U.S. Box Mach- inery Co., Roslindale — Milling Mach- ine Operator Service Record: U.S. Army, March 1943 — December 1945 Prepared at Belmont High School ALLAN M. LEVINE Mechanical Engineering 30 Thane Street Dorchester Tau Beta Pi 4, 5; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; A.S.M.E. Service Record: U.S. Army, April 1944 — May 1946 Prepared at Dorchester High School for Boys LEONARD B. LOITHERSTEIN Civil Engineering 64 Goodale Road Boston Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; A.S.C.E.; B.S.C.E.; N.U.C. E.S.; Camera Club 5 Co-operative Work: Piatt Construc- tion Co., Newport, R. I. — Rodman; Fore River Shipyard, Quincy — Rod- man, Transitman Service Record: U.S. Army, Septem- ber 1943 — October 1946 Prepared at Boston Public Latin School RICHARD L. LEVINE Mechanical Engineering 21 Pleasant Street Ayer Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2; News 2, 3, (Assistant Photographic Editor 4, 5); A.S.M.E.; Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; A.V.C. 4, (Secretary 5) Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, March 1944 — November 1945 Prepared at Boston Public Latin School WARREN S. LUM Electrical Engineering Cincinnatus, New York on 3, 4, 5; A.I.E.E. (Secretary- 5); Chess Club 1, 2; Class Cabinet 3, 4 Co-operative Work: Allis-Chalmer Co., Hyde Park — Clerk; Ashton Valve Co., Cambridge — Steam Gage Repair- Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, November 1942 — November Prepared at nnatus High School JAMES P. MacNEIL, JR. Mechani cal Engineering 17 Hendry Street Dorchester Freshman Honor List; A.S.M.E.; Hus- Skiers 3, 4, 5 Prepared at Dorchester High School EDWARD MARCINKIEWICZ Electrical Engineering 185 Westville Street Dorchester Baseball 1; Intramural Softball 1, 2; Intramural Basketball 2, 3; A.I.E.E. Co-operative Work: Boston Edison Co., Boston — Junior Engineer Prepared at Mechanic Arts High School LEO J. MAJAHAD Civil Engineering High Street North Carver A.S.C.E.; B.S.C.E. Co-operative Work: U.S. Coast Geodetic Survey, Washington, D. C. — Rodman Servi, 1943 ■e Record: U.S. Navy, Ma — February 1946 Prepared at Middleboro High School CHARLES A. MATHYS Electrical Engineering 482 Columbus Avenue Boston Prepared at Assumption High School THOMAS J. MALONEY, JR. Chemical Engineering 1289 Great Plain Avenue Needham Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2; Camera Club (President 1); Choral Society 1; Hus-Skiers 2, 3 Co-operative Work: A. D. Little Co., Cambridge — Laboratory Assistant; At- lantic Research Associates, Newton- ville — Assistant Engineer Service Record: U.S. Army, Octo- ber 1942 — July 1944; U. S. Marine Corps, August 1944 — June 1946 Prepared at Needham High School ROLLIN P. MAYER Electrical Engineering 27 Marlboro Street Boston Freshman Honor List; A.I.E.E.; Rifle Club 2 Service Record: U.S. Navy, August 1944 — July 1946 Prepared at Mount Hermon High School Mt. Hermon WILLIAM N. MARAVELL Civil Engineering 5 Gibson Place Fitchburg Sigma Phi Alpha (Pledgemaster 3), (Assistant Treasurer 5); Freshman Honor List; Intramural Softball 1; A.S.C.E.; B.S.C.E.; N.U.C.E.S.; Choral Society 2 Co-operative Work: New York, New Haven Hartford RR., Hartford, Conn. — Inspector Service Record: U.S. Navy, July 1944 — July 1946 Prepared at Fitchburg High School LAWRENCE J. McCLUSKEY Civil Engineering Daniels Street Arlington N.U.C.E.S.; Choral Society 2 Service Record: U.S. Naval Aviation, January 1944 — R.A.D. Prepared at Howe High School, Billerica Harvard University RICHARD J. McCORMICK, JR. Mechanical Engineering 29 Chilton Street Belmont Sigma Chi; Dean ' s List 3; A.S.M.E. Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, February 1942 — October 1945 Prepared at Belmont High School Boston University George Washington University BENJAMIN C. McLEOD Electrical Engineering Newfield, Maine Tau Beta Pi; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Football 1; A. I.E.E. Co-operative Work: Raytheon Manu- facturing Co., Waltham — Draftsman Service Record: U.S. Navy, June 1944 — June 1946 Prepared at Ethan Stone High School ROBERT J. McCOURT Civil Engineering 34 Hopkins Road Ja B.S.C.E. Service Record: U.S. Force, December 1942 - 1945 Army Steptei Prepa John ' s ed at Preparatory PHILIP J. McNAMARA Civil Engineering 31 Phillips Street Fitchburg N.U.C.E.S. (Treasurer 4, 5); Rifle Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, April 1943 — January 1946 Prepared at St. Bernard High School, Fitchburg JEROME T. McCULLOUGH Civil Engineering 252 Albion Street Wakefield Phi Beta Alpha; B.S.C.E. Co-operative Work: J. S. Packard Dredging Co., Boston — Timekeeper; Aspenwall Lincoln Co., Boston — Transitman Service Record: U.S. Army, Septem- ber 1943 — April 1946 Prepared at Wakefield High School CHARLES T. MENECHIOS Chemical Engineering 95 West Walnut Park Boston A.I.Ch.E.; Camera Club 5 Prepared at Boston Technical High School CLEMENT McDERMOTT Industrial Engineering 68 Horadan Way Roxbury A.S.M.E.; Choral Society 3 Service Record: U.S. Army, Janu- ary 1941 — February 1942 Prepared at Brighton High School BENNETT E. MERRY, JR. Electrical Engineering 98 Corning Street Beverly Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2; Baseball 1; Student Council 1, 2 Co-operative Work: Boston Edison Co., Boston — Assistant Prepared at Beverly High School Massachusetts Institute of Technology ERIC A. MEYER Mechanical Engineering 2 Thorndike Street Arlington Yacht Club 4, 5; Hus-Skiers 4, 5 Service Record: U.S. Army, June 1944 — May 1946 Prepared at Boston English High School Pennsylvania Slate College FRANK S. MONDANO Industrial Engineering 998 Broadway Chelsea Sigma Phi Alpha (President 5) ; Foot- ball 1, 5; Baseball 2; Track 2; A.S. M.E.; S.A.M.; Who ' s Who in Amer- ican Universities and Colleges 5 Co-operative Work: Stevens Arnold Co., Boston- Electrical Wi Service Record: U.S. Navy. 1944 — August 1946 Prepared at Chelsea High School Cornell University April NEMAN MIKE Mechanical Engineering 26 St. George Avenue Norwood Freshman Honor List; A.S.M.E.; Rifle Club 1 Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, March 1944 — November 1946 Prepared at Norwood Senior High School ROBERT P. MOODY, JR. Chemical Engineering 29 Cedar Avenue Stoneham Tau Beta Pi (Cataloger 5); Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; A.I.Ch.E. (Council 4) Service Record. U.S. Army Air Force, May 1942 — February 1946 Prepared at Stoneham High School HENRY C. MIKSZTOWICZ Mechanical Engineering 301 Front Street Chicopee Gamma Phi Kappa; Dean ' s List 4; A.S.M.E. Co-operative Work: Ludlow Sales Manufacturing Co., Ludlow — Assist- ant Engineer Prepared at Chicopee High School DONALD H. MOORE Mechanical Engineering 26 Pond Street Quincy Dean ' s List 4; Track 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; A.S.M.E. Co-operative Work: J. W. Greer Co., Cambridge— Draftsman; Meisel Press Manufacturing Co., Boston — Draftsman; Fore River Shipyard, Quincy — Sheet Metal Shipper, Test Engineer Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, August 1942 — September 1945 Prepared at Quincy High School NORMAN G. MILLS Chemical Engineering 6 Wilson Street Natick Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 4; Cross Country 1; Track 2; News 2, 3; Choral Society 2, 3 Co-operative Work: Northeastern Uni- versity, Boston — Chemical Engineering Laboratory Assistant Prepared at Natick High School ROMEO L. MORUZZI Electrical Engineering 7 Gould Avenue Si Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2; A.I.E.E. Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, March 1943 — October 1945 Prepared at Somerville High School FELIX MOSCATELLI Mechanical Engineering 14 Tremont Street Brocktc Intramural Basketball 2, 3; News : Cauldron 5; A.S.M.E. (Executii Committee 4) Service Record: U.S. Army, Febn ary 1946 — March 1947 Prepared at Brockton High School JOHN L. MURRAY Chemical Engineering 24 Grant Street Dorchester Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3; A.I.Ch.E. Co-operative Work: Holtzer-Cabot Electric Co., Boston — Drafting Room Assistant; Cambridge Industries Co., Cambridge — Chemical Laboratory As- sistant lecord: U.S. Army, Octob March 1946 Prepared at on English High School MING MOY Electrical Engineering 49 Massachusetts Avenue A.I.E.E.; International Relation 2, 3, 4, 5 Prepared at Boston Trade School Boston a Club LOUIS J. NARDONE Electrical Engineering 63 Poole Street Medford Tau Beta Pi 4, (Recording Secretary 5); Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; A.I.E.E. Co-operative Work: Boston Edison Co., Boston — Power Salesman Service Record: U.S. Army, August 1943 — March 1946 Prepared at Somerville High School GEORGE S. MULCAHY Electrical Engineering 54 Maplewood Street Watertown A.I.E.E. Co-operative Work: Jackson More- land, Engineers, Boston — Draftsman Prepared at Newton High School JAMES A. NELSON Industrial Engineering 98 Montebello Road Jamaica Plain A.S.M.E.; Class Cabinet 4 Service Record: U.S. Army, ary 1942 — October 1945 Janu- Prepared at Jamaica Plain High Schoo l VICTOR YV. MURPHY Electrical Engineering 18 Highland Avenue Lynn Basketball 1; A.I.E.E. Co-operative Work: General Electric Co., Lynn — Laboratory Assistant Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, February 1943 — May 1945 Prepared at Lynn English High School HERBERT C. NICKLESS Chemical Engineering Treble Cove Road North Billerica Freshman Honor List; Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; A.I.Ch.E.; Choral Society 5 Service Record: U.S. Navy, July 1944 — July 1946 Ho Prepared at High School, Biller MELVIN NIMOY Chemical Engineering 87 Chambers Street Boston Tau Beta Pi; A.I.Ch.E. Service Re ber 1944 - ■ rd U.S. Navy, Nov August 1946 Prepared at Boston Public Latin School ROBERT E. O ' NEIL Electrical Engineering 7 Monroe Street Norwood Track 1; A.I.E.E. Co-operative Work: U. S. Paper Box Machinery Co., Roslindale — Appren- tice Machinist Service Record: U.S. Army, Septem- ber 1943 — April 1946 Prepared at Norwood High School Massachusetts State Teachers College Westfield MAURICE N. NOON Electrical Engineering 6 Arbutus Street Dorchester Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 4; A.I.E.E. Co-operative Work: Tobe Deutsch- mann Corp., Canton — Salvage Depart- ment Service Record: U.S. Navy, Septem- ber 1943 — December 1945 Prepared at Dorchester High School Ohio State University i S V-i HAROLD OPENSHAW, JR. Chemical Engineering 1064 Furnace Brook Parkway Quincy A.I.Ch.E.; Choral Society 5 Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, April 1943 — February 1946 Prepared at Quincy High School LEO O. NURMI Electrical Engineering Box 150 Bryantville A.I.E.E.; Cosmopolitan Club 1; Band 1 Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, December 1942 — February 1946 Prepared at Maynard High School WILLARD F. OSBERG Electrical Engineering Tiffany Road Norwell Beta Gamma Epsilon (House Chair- man 4), (Treasurer 4, 5); A.I.E.E. Co-operative Work: Spaulding-Moss Co., Boston — Laboratory Assistant; Cabot Carbon Co., Boston— Labora- tory Assistant Service Record: U.S. Army, Decem- ber 1942 — February 1946 Prepared at Norwell High School Virginia Military Institute JOHN J. O ' CONNOR Industrial Engineering 11 Sables Court Medford Dean ' s List 4; A.S.M.E.; S.A.M. (Treasurer 5) Co-operative Work: Boston Consoli- dated Gas Co., Everett — Instrument Repairman, Sulphur Inspector Service Record: U.S. Army, Septem- ber 1943 — April 1946 Prepared at Medford High School University of Illinois University of Birmingham, England IVAN N. PAGE Mechanical Engineering Hilltop Road Anson, Maine Phi Gamma Pi (Treasurer 2), (House Manager 3), (President 4) Co-operative Work: Northeastern Uni- v versity, Boston — Physics Laboratory Assistant Prepared at Madison Memorial High School HAROLD M. PALEFSKY Chemical Engineering 92 Gates Street Lowell A.I.Ch.E. Co-operative Work: Tyer Rubber Co., Andover — Rubber Tester; Metal Fin- ishing Anti-Rust Finishing Corp., Cambridge— General Worker Prepared at Lowell High School EDWARD F. PARKER Chemical Engineering 8 Elm Street Saxonville Tau Beta Pi; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 4; Cross Country 2, (Captain 1, 3, 4); Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4, 5; A.I.Ch.E., (Council 2), (2nd Vice-President 3), 4, (President 5); Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 4, 5 Co-operative Work: Northeastern Uni- versity, Boston — Chemical Laboratory Assistant Servi, 1942 ; Record: U.S. Army, - February 1946 Prepared at Arlington High School July ELMER W. PAPE, JR. Electrical Engineering 341 Robbins Avenue Newington, Connecticut Nu Epsilon Zeta (Pledgemaster 3), (Grand Scribe 4), (Grand Master 5); Dean ' s List 3; Student Union 5; A. I.E.E.; I.R.E. Service Record: U.S. Army, August 1944 — June 1946 Prepared at Newington High School University of Connecticut MURRAY D. PAUL Mechanical Engineering 30 Forest Park Road Woburn A.S.M.E. 1942 Nc ord: U.S. Navy, March member 1945 Prepared at •rvilte High School ALVIN S. PARK Mechanical Engineering 34 Mascot Street Dorchester Tau Beta Pi; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; A.S.M.E.; Chess Club 2 Co-operative Work: Northeastern Uni- versity, Boston — Maintenance Depart- Service Record: U.S. Navy, Febr ary 1943 — February 1946 Prepared at Dorchester High School CALVIN T. PERKINS Industrial Engineering Burley Street W A.S.M.E.; S.A.M. Co-operative Work: Syh Co., Salem — Assistant Engineer i Electric Products Prepared at erly High School CHARLES B. PARK Mechanical Engineering 77 Orchard Street Cambridge A.S.M.E. Co-operative Work: Sanborn Co., Cambridge— Machine Operator U.S. Army - April 1946 Prepa lille High School University of California, Los Angeles DANA P. PERKINS Mechanical Engineering 148 Asbury Street South Hamilton Service Record: U.S. Navy, August 1943 — February 1946 Prepared at Hamilton High School DONALD C. PHILBRICK Mechanical Engineering 132 Mt. Vernon Street Arlington Tau Beta Pi; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Student Council 3, 4, 5; Class Treasurer 2, 3; Class Secretary 4 Service Record: U.S. Navy. Septem- ber 1944 — July 1946 Prepared at Arlington High School MARY L. POTTLE Mechanical Engineering 15 Lochmere Avenue North Weymouth A.S.M.E.; Rifle Club 1; Choral So- ciety 1; Omega Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Co-operative Work: chine Works, Inc., Draftsman Mathevvson Ma- North Quincy — Prepared at Weymouth High School RICHARD C. PINKHAM Chemical Engineering R.F.D. No. 2 Farmington, Maine Nu Epsilon Zeta; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2; Student Union 3, 4; Cauldron 4; A.I.Ch.E. Co-operative Work: Fall River Gas Works Co., Fall River— Laboratory Assistant Service Record: U.S. Navy, April 1943 — February 1946 Prepared at Farmington High School JOSEPH R. POWELL Chemical Engineering 62 Burrill Avenue Lynn Track 1; Cross Country 1; News 1, 2, 3; A.I.Ch.E. Co-operative Work: General Electric Co., Lynn — Chemist Service Record: U.S. Navy, Decem- ber 1942 — April 1946 Prepared al Lynn English High School WILLIAM H. PIRZL Mechanical Engineering 190 Tolland Street East Hartford, Connecticut Alpha Kappa Sigma (Grand Scribe 5); Football 1; A.S.M.E.; Interfrat- ernity Council 4, 5 Co-operative Work: Pratt Whit- ney Aircraft Co., East Hartford, Conn. — Production Engineer Service Record: U.S. Army, October 1942 — March 1946 Prepared at East Hartford High School NEWTON K. PRATT Electrical Engineering 78 Lincoln Street Framingham A.I.E.E. (Class Representative 5) Co-operative Work: Polaroid Corp., Cambridge — Physicist ' s Assistant Service Record: U.S. Coast Guard, September 1942 — September 1945 Prepared at Framingham High School Massachusetts Radio School WALTER POLLOCK Chemical Engineering 396 Norfolk Street Dorchester News 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; A.C.S.; A.I.Ch.E.; Silver Masque 3, 4, (Production Man- ager 5) Co-operative Work: Boston Consoli- dated Gas Co., Everett— Chemist; E. F. King Paint Co., Boston— Chem- ist Prepared at Dorchester High School for Boys JOHN J. PRENDERGAST Civil Engineering 174 Arlington Street Lawrence A.S.C.E.; B.S.C.E. Co-operative Work: Jackson More- land Co., Engineers, Boston — Field Checker Service Record: U.S. Army, Septem- ber 1943 — December 1945 Prepared at Lawrence High School Massachusetts State University JOHN F. PRENDIVILLE Electrical Engineering 103 High Street Waltham Sigma Phi Alpha (Treasurer 3, 4); Tau Beta Pi; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; A.I.E.E. St. Charle Prepared at High School, Waltha DARIO A. QUAGLIERI Mechanical Engineering 56 Woodbine Street Boston Service Record: U. S. Army, March 1944 — March 1946 Prepared at Roslindale High School MEYER PRESS Electrical Engineering 108 Callendar Street Dorchester Tau Bet Pi; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3; Track 2; News 2, (Photographic Editor 3, 4, 5); A.I. E.E.; A.S.M.E.; Class Social Com- mittee 2; Yacht Club 3, 4, 5; Silver Masque 3, 4, 5; Who ' s Who in Amer- ican Universities and Colleges 5 Service Record: U.S. Navy, May 1944 — July 1946 Prepared at Boston English High School JUSTIN L. RADLO Civil Engineering 18 Schuyler Street Roxbury A.S.C.E.; B.S.C.E.; N.U.C.E.S.; Band 1, 5; Class Vice-President 3, 4 Service Record: U.S. Navy, March 1945 — July 1946 Prepared at Boston Public Latin School OTTO PRICE, JR. Mechanical Engineering 66 Cabot Street Milton Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; News (Photographic Editor 2); Cauldron (Editor-in-Chief); A.S.M.E. Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, March 1943 — November 1945 Prepared at Milton High School : 1» fsr H 1 7 : w . WARREN W. REA Electrical Engineering 671 Chestnut Street North Andover Beta Gamma Epsilon (Assistant Sec- retary 5), (Chairman Table Commit- tee 5); Tau Beta Pi 4, 5; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Cross Country 3, 5; A.I.E.E. Co-operative Work: Sylvania Electric Products, Inc., Ipswich — Draftsman Service Record: U.S. Navy, May 1944 — 1946 Prepared at Johnson High School LOUIS PRIMPAS Electrical Engineering Randolph Street Canton Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2; A.I.E.E.; Radio Club 1 Co-operative Work: B. F. 5turtevant Co., Hyde Park— Draftsman ; Bethle- hem Steel Co., Hingham— Welder Service Record: U.S. Army, October 1943 — February 1946 Prepared at Boston Public Latin School ROBERT E. REDDINGTON Electrical Engineering 22 Dickinson Road Brighton Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Co-operative Work: General Electric Co., Lynn — Assistant Safety Inspector Service Record: U.S. Army, Decem- ber 1943 — December 1945 Prepared at Boston English High School THEODORE W. REED Chemical Engineering 94 Madison Avenue Newtonville A.I.Ch.E. Co-operative Work: Waltham Watch Co., Waltham — Electroplating Super- visor; Atlantic Research Associates, Newton — Control Analyst Service Record: U.S. Army, April 1943 — March 1946 Prepared at Newton High School SUMNER RICEMAN Electrical Engineering 70 Wallingford Road Brighton Tau Beta Pi; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3; A.I.E.E. Service Record: U.S. Navy, Decem- ber 1944 — August 1946 Bosto Prepared at Public Latin School ROBERT L. REID Mechanical Engineering 1100 Beacon Street Brookline Basketball 1; A.S.M.E. Co-operative Work: Greenfield Tap Die Corp., Greenfield — Gage and Tap Designer Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, November 1942 — May 1946 Prepared at Belmont High School ROBERT B. RICHMOND Electrical Engineering 30 Swan Road Winchester Hockey 1; Rifle Team 2, 3 Co-operative Work: General Radio Co., Cambridge — Tool Maker; North- eastern University, Boston — Electron- ics Laboratory Assistant Service Rec Force, Septe 1946 il..-. U.S. 1943 Air Army — Octobe Prepared at Tabor Academy etts Institute of Technology DAVID D. REITER Electrical Engineering 171 Talbot Avenue Boston A.I.E.E. Co-operative Work: National Co., Maiden — General Worker Service Record: U.S. Army, July 1942 — March 1946 Prepared at Mechanic Arts High School University of Pennsylvania RICHARD J. ROBBINS Mechanical Engineering 21 School Street Reading Dean ' s List 4; A.S.M.E.; Band 1, 2 Co-operative Work: Barnes Jones, Inc., Jamaica Plain — Steam Valve As- sembler and Tester; H. K. Porter, Inc., Somerville — Machine Operator Service Record: U.S. Army, Septem- ber 1943 — February 1946 Prepared at Reading High School FRANK B. REYNOLDS Civil Engineering 68 Rhoades Avenue East Walpole A.S.C.E.; B.S.C.E. Co-operative Work: New York, New Haven Hartford RR., Boston Divi- sion — Rail Inspector; Westover Corp., Norwood — Instrument Man Prepared at Walpole High School Tilton Academy Tilton, New Hampshire JOHN S. ROCHEFORT Electrical Engineering 490 Washington Street Brighton Tau Beta Pi; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; A.I.E.E.; Yacht Club 2, 3, 4, 5 Service Record: U.S. Army, April 1943 — January 1946 Prepared at Boston English High School ARTHUR N. ROGERS Mechanical Engineering 73 Florence Street Roslindale A.S.M.E. Co-operative Work: B. F. Sturtevant Co., Hyde Park — Draftsman, Labora- tory Technician Service Record: U.S. Army, Septem- ber 1943 — April 1946 Prepared at Roslindale High School IRWIN S. ROTH Mechanical Engineers 440 East 86 Street New York City, New York Baseball 1, 2 Co-operative Work: Worthington Pump Machinery Corp., Harrison, N. J. — Draftsman Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, December 1942 — November 1945 Prepared at Stuyvesant High School THOMAS A. ROGERS, JR. Mechanical Engineering 121 East Cross Street Norwood Dean ' s List 4; Hockey 4; Hus-Skiers 5 Service Record: U.S. Navy, July 1944 — September 1945 Prepared at Norwood High School Harvard University ROBERT W. RYRHOLM Chemical Engineering 125 Overlook Road Arlington Dean ' s List 2; Cross Country 1, 2. 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; A.C.S.; A.I.Ch.E. Service Record: U.S. Force , October 1942 - 1945 Army Air September Prepared at Arlington High School ELLIOTT M. ROSENBERG Mechanical Engineering 25 Glenarm Street Dorchester Prepared at Roxbury Memorial High School ALBERT SALLOOM Civil Engineering 62 Plantation Street Worcester N.U.C.E.S.; Chess 1, 2 Co-operative Work: New England Power Co., Boston— Rodman ■ Parker Bateman Chase, Clinton— Instru- Prepared at al High School, Worcester PHILIP A. ROSSETTI Civil Engineering 6 Cedar Street Charlestc N.U.C.E.S. Service Record: U.S. Army, Dec ber 1943 — November 1945 - Prepared al Boston English High School HOWARD A. SAMUELSON Electrical Engineering 22 Clifton Street Belmont A.I.E.E. (Chairman 5) Co-ope sity, Bo: Work: Northeastern Uni- ton — Maintenance Mech- ■ Record: U.S. Army July 1942 — March 1946 Prepared at Hingham High Sch ool HERBERT M. SCHNEIDER Chemical Engineering 187 Walnut Avenue Roxbury A.C.S.; A.I.Ch.E.; Camera Club 5; Hus-Skiers 5 Co-operative Work: Rustproofing Co., Cambridge — Laboratory Assistant; Consolidated Rendering Co., Boston — Laboratory Assistant Service Record: U. S. Army, Decem- ber 1942 — April 1946 Prepared at Roxbury Memorial High School EDWARD T. SCIORE Mechanical Engineering 24 Newton Street Brockton A.S.M.E. Co-operative Work: Greenfield Tap Die Co., Greenfield — Engineering Department; Brockton Cutting Die Machine Co., Avon — Designer Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, January 1944 — September 1946 Prepared at Brockton High School THOMAS F. SCHOFIELD Electrical Engineering 144 East High Street Avon A.I.E.E.; Choral Society Service Record: U.S. Marine Corps, December 1942 — October 1945 Prepared at Brockton High School Villanova College LESLIE A. SCOTT Mechanical Engineering 23 Ridge Road Reading Tau Beta Pi; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 4; A.S.M.E.; Rifle Club 1; Hus-Skiers 4, 5 Co-operative Work: Westinghouse Electrical Manufacturing Co., South Boston — Assembler Service Record: U.S. Army, Septem- ber 1942 — March 1946 Prepared at Reading High School HERBERT J. H. SCHROEDER Mechanical Engineering 9 Lewis Street Everett A.S.M.E. Ser, Re Novembe :ord: U.S. Naval Aviation, 1942 — November 1945 Prepared at Pittsfield High School Belmont High School KENNETH C. SECORD Industrial Engineering 15 Laurel Street Watertown A.M. Servi, 1945 ran Honor List; A.S.M.E. Yacht Club 5 lecord: U.S. Army, October April 1947 Prepared at town Senior High School EVANS O. SCHWARZ, JR. Mechanical Engineering 64 School Street Milton A.S.M.E.; Hus-Skiers 4, 5 Service Record: U.S. Navy, May 1944 — February 1945 Prepared at Milton High School FRANCIS A. SEMENZA Civil Engineering 99 Hudson Street Somerville A.S.C.E. Co-operative Work: Aspinwall Lin- coln, Boston — Transitman Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, February 1943 — February 1946 Prepared at Somerville High School IRVING H. SHAMES Mechanical Engineering 15 Mt. Hood Road Brighton Tau Beta Pi 4, (Treasurer 5); Fresh- man Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Tennis Club 4; Hus-Skiers 4, 5 Co-operative Work: A. S. Campbell Co., Boston — Tinsmith; H. E. Wright Co., Boston — Draftsman Service Record: U.S. Army, Septem- ber 1943 — April 1946 Prepa Roxbury Memo ed at al High School STANLEY SHUMAN Civil Engineering 1 1 Lorna Road Mattapan Sigma Kappa Psi (Comptroller 3), (Pledgemaster 4), (Potentate 5); News 1; A.S.C.E.; B.S.C.E.; N.U.C.E.S.; Choral Society 1; Interfraternity Council 4, 5 Co-operative Work: Whitman How- ard Co., Boston — Rodman, Transit- man; City of Quincy Engineering De- partment — Calculator Ser Re ber 1943 :ord: U.S. Army, Septem- - March 1946 Prepared at English High School JOHN W. SHAW Mechanical Engineering 41 Burnaby Street Lowell A.S.M.E.; Hus-Skiers 5; Yacht Club 5 e Record: U.S March 1945 — I Army Air vember 1945 Prepared at Lowell High School JOHN R. SMART Mechanical Engineering 51 Beach Street Revere A.S.M.E.; Hus-Skiers 2, 3, 4, 5 Co-operative Work: Greenfield Tap Die Corp., Greenfield — Gage and Tap Designer Service Record: U.S. Naval Aviation, May 1943 — March 1946 Prepared at Revere High School ALBERT M. SHREIAR Mechanical Engineering 243 Callendar Street Dorchester A.S.M.E.; Band 1 Co-operative Work: Hy-Lite Corp., Boston Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, September 1943 — March 1946 Prepared at Boston English High School HARVEY I. SMITH Mechanical Engineering 43 Theodore Street Dorchester Dean ' s List 3, 4; A.S.M.E. Service Record: U.S. Army, October 1944 — August 1946 Prepared at Boston Technical High School WILLIAM SHULMAN Electrical Engineering 28 Maiden Street Everett News 3, 4, 5; A.I.E.E.; Silver Masque 3, 4, (Vice-President 5) Service Record: U.S. Navy, April 1944 — May 1946 Prepared at Chelsea High School RICHARD J. SMITH Electrical Engineering 23 Ashmont Street Boston Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, Co-operative Work: Commercial Fil- ters Corp., Boston — Laboratory As- ■icc Record: U.S. Army, A . — March 1946 Prepared at Boston Public Latin School STANLEY L. SMITH, JR. Electrical Engineering 341 Albemarle Road Kewtonville A.I.E.E.; Rifle Club 1 Co-operative Work: Waltham Watch Co., Waltham — Assistant Engineer Service Record: U.S. Army, July 1942 — September 1945 Prepared at Newton High School WILLIAM F. SPURR Mechanical Engineering 522 Union Street Rockland Nu Epsilon Zeta ( Pledgemaster 4), (Grand Scribe 5); Class Cabinet 4 Co-operative Work: Fore River Ship- yard, Quincy — Machinist ' s Helper Service Record: U.S. Navy, May 1943 — April 1946 Prepared at Rockland High School WILLIAM M. SMITH, JR. Chemical Engineering 35 Hardy Avenue Watertown Freshman Honor List; A.I.Ch.E. (Council 5) Co-operative Work: Bacon Co., Waterto Chemist Service Record: U.S. Army, May 1943 — January 1946 Prepared at Watertown High School Frederick S. — Assistant CHESTER M. STERN Electrical Engine ■ering 15 O akland Road Sharor 3( i 3; ' s List 2; A.I.E.E.: Radio Club 4 Chess Club Je rvv ;e Record: ' , January U.S. 1943 - Army Ail - Novembe] Prepared at Sharon High School liversity of Massachusetts WARREN C. SNYDER Mechanical Engineering 36 Home Street Maiden Dean ' s List 4 Co-operative Work: Maiden Machine Tool Co., Maiden— Apprentice Mach- inist, Layout Man Service Record: U.S. Navy, Novem- ber 1942 — October 1945 Prepared at Maiden High School SIDNEY H. STERNICK Electrical Engineering 33 Michigan Avenue Dorchester A.I.E.E.; International Relations Club 3; Swing Band 3, 4; Silver Masque 4 Prepared at Roxbury Memorial High School New England Conservatory of Music, Boston CHARLES G. SPEAR Mechanical Engineering 31 Matchett Street Brighto Freshman Honor List; Baseball 1, (Manager 3); Hockey 1, 2, 3; Stu- dent Council 2, 3, 4, 5; A.S.M.E.; Class Cabinet 1,2; Class Dance Com- mittee 1, 3; Band 1, 2; Class Vice- President 3, 4, Class President 5; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 5 Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, October 1942 — January 1946 Prepared at Boston English High School HB | J (m i awL k J 1 i DONALD C. STICKLES Chemical Engineering Reynolds Street Lenox Alpha Kappa Sigma (Grand Scribe 4), (Vice-Grand Councillor 5); A.I. Ch.E. Co-operative Work: General Electric Co., Lynn — Chemist i: U.S. Marine Corps, July 1946 April 1944 Prepared at Lenox High School BURTON L. STRONG Electrical Engineering 118 Main Street Lynnfield Center Basketball 1; A.I.E.E. Service Record: U.S. Navy, August 1944 — July 1946 Prepared at Wakefield High School JOSEPH T. SULLIVAN Industrial Engineering 26 Chester Avenue Chelsea Co-operative Work: Boston Edison Co., Boston — Repairman Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, November 1942 — October Prepared at Chelsea High School CHARLES J. STUKAS Electrical Engineering 393 Metropolitan Avenue Roslindale A.I.E.E. Co-operative Work: General Radic Co., Cambridge — Draitsman, Labora- tory Assistant July 1943 rd: U.S. Marir October 1945 Corps, Prepared at Boston English High School Villanova College, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania HOWARD B. SWANSON, JR. Chemical Engineering 15 Curtis Street Rockport A.C.S.; A.I.Ch.E. Service Record: U.S. Navy, June 1944 - June 1946 Prepared at Rockport High School EDMUND J. STULCE Mechanical Engineering 34 North Main Street Natick Baseball 1; Hockey 1 Co-operative Work: Dennison Manu- iacturing Co., Framingha inist, Draftsman — Mach- U.S. Naval Aviation, December 1945 Prepared at Natick High School CARNEY M. TERZIAN Mechanical Engineering 17 Upland Road Cambridge A.S.M.E.; Choral Society 2; Inter- national Relations Club 3, (Secretary 4) Co-operative Work: Boston Edison Co., Boston — Electrical Laboratory Helper; Keystone Manufacturing Co., Boston — Assistant to Plant Engineer Prepared at Rindge Technical High School CLIFFORD E. SULLIVAN, JR. Civil Engineering 257 Geneva Avenue Dorchester N.U.C.E.S. (President 4, 5) Co-operative Work: Boston Albany RR., Boston Service Record: U.S. Army, Novem- ber 1942 — January 1946 Prepared at Boston Technical High School MICHAEL J. THEODORE Mechanical Engineering 7 Dana Road West Roxbury Service Record: November 1944 U.S. Marine Corps, - August 1946 Prepared at Boston English High Scho WILLIAM T. THISTLE Civil Engineering 21 Charles Street Wakefield N.U.C.E.S.; Hus-Skiers 2 Co-operative Work: General Electric Co., Lynn — Maintenance Engineer, Safety Engineer Service Record: U.S. Army Air 1942 — December 1945 Force, Ju Prepared at Wakefield High School JOHN A. URBAN Mechanical Engineering Bi irtlett Avenue Pittsfield 1, imma Pi (Treasurer 3, 4); Base- pe IP rative Work: Warren Steam Co., Warren— Pump Tester, ! Record: U.S. Army Air July 1941 — Still in Regular Prepared at Joseph ' s High School ROGER B. TRASK Industrial Engineering 112 Weston Road Wellesley Track 1; A.S.M.E.; S.A.M.; Yacht Club 5; Hus-Skiers 5 Co-operative Work: Turner Tanning Machine Co., Peabody— Time Study Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force Prepared at Peabody High School Butler University, Indianapolis F RANK G. USSEGLIO Media n ical Engin ee ring 159 Buchanan Street Winthrop Freshman Honor List; A.S.M.E. Co-operative Work: Northeastern Uni- versity, Boston — Mechanical Labora- tory Assistant Prepared at Winthrop High School GEORGE C. TRAVERS, JR. Chemical Engineering 56 Pleasant Street Plainv Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List A.I.Ch.E. Service Record: U.S. Army, Deci ber 1942 — January 1946 Prepared at Plainville High School Dean Academy, Franklin ROBERT J. VALINOTE Mechanical Engineering 78 Manthorne Road West Roxbury A.S.M.E. Co-operative Work: Boston Edison Co., Boston — Draftsman Service Record: U.S. Navy, October 1945 — August 1946 Prepared at Hyde Park High School HARVEY C. TRAVERS Chemical Engi: 116 Longhiil Street Springfield I), Alpha Epsilon Pi; Tau Beta Pi: Fresh] 4; T (T. List; (Manager 1); A.I.Ch.E. 4); Math Club 5 Service Record: U.S. Army, April 1943 — March 1946 Prepared at Classical High School Massachusetts Institute of Technology HUBERT W. VanNESS Electrical Engineering 51 Channing Street Freshman Honor List; Dear 3, 4; A.I.E.E.; I.R.E.; Rad. Co-operative Work: General Radio Co., Cambridge — Lab Wollaston List 2, Club 5 s Techn Service I ber 1943 yrd: U.S. Army, Septe April 1946 Prepared at St. John ' s Preparatory FREDERICK L. VEGKLEY, JR. Mechanical Engineering 74 Orchard Street Jamaica Plain Co-operative Work: B. F. Sturte- Co., Boston— Drafts] ice Record: U.S. Army, Septi 1943 — March 1946 Prepared at Boston English High School University of Illinois GEORGE C. WALSH Electrical Engineering 33 School Street Newton Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 Service Record: U.S. Navy, October 1944 — January 1946 Nt Prepared at vlon High School WARREN R. VIETS Civil Engineering 35 Dean Street Bridgewater N.U.C.E.S.; Band 1, 2 Co-operative Work: Greenfield Tap Die Co., Greenfield— Draftsman Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, November 1942 — December 1945 Prepared at Bridgewater High School ROBERT J. WARNER Mechanical Engineering 11 Pleasant Street West Newton A.S.M.E. Co-operative Work: Lewis-Shepard Co., Watertown — Draftsman Service Record: U.S. Army, Novem- ber 1942 — April 1946 Prepared at Newton High School JOSEPH F. VOZZELLA Chemical Engh 851 Saratoga Street East Boston Tau Beta Pi (Vice-President 5); Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 4; A.C.S. (Cabinet 3); A.I.Ch. E. (Treasurer 3), (President 4); Rifle Club 1; Class Cabinet 2, 3, 4; Choral Society 2, 3, 4; Who ' s Who in Amer- ican Universities and Colleges 4, 5 Co-operative Work: General Electric Co., Everett — Laboratory Assistant; Northeastern University, Boston — Chemical Laboratory Assistant Prepared at Boston English High School RICHARD F. WARREN Electrical Engineering 73 Faywood Avenue East Boston A.I.E.E. Co-operative Work: Boston Edison Co., Roxbury — Transformer Mainten- ance and Repairman Service Record: U.S. Army, May 1943 — January 1946 Prepared at Mechanic Arts High School WILBUR L. WALLS Chemical Engineering 8 Concord Street Maynard Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2; Track 1; A.C.S.; A.I.Ch.E. Service Record: U.S. Army " , Febn ary 1943 — October 1945 Prepared at Maynard High School WILLIAM E. WASKOW Mechanical Engineering 168 Myrtle Street Rockland News 1, 2; Cauldron 3, (Ju formal Pictures Editor 4), (Bu Manager 5) ; A.S.M.E. (Social Chair- man 5); A.V.C. (Vice-President 1), (President 2); Class Cabinet 1, 2; Husky Plus Society 1 , 2 ; Choral So- ciety 1, 2 1943 Record: October U.S. Army, May 1944 Prepared at High School of Commerce, New York, New York New Haven YMCA Junior College Yale University Tulane University EDWARD L. WEINER Electrical Engineering 1224 Blue Hill Avenue Mattapan Football 1; A.I.E.E.; Radio Club 5 Service Record: U.S. Army, Novem- ber 1942 — December 1945 Prepared at Boston English High School Harvard University CHARLES G. WESTLUND Industrial Engineering 5 Columbine Road Milton Baseball (Manager 1); A.S.M.E.; S. A.M. Co-operative Work: Pneumatic Scale Corp., Ltd., Quincy — Apprentice Electrical Inspector; Sperry Gyro- scope Co., Brooklyn, N.Y.— Flight In- strument Inspector Service Record: U.S. Army, Septem- ber 1943 — March 1946 Prepared at Milton High School University of Illinois HERBERT J. WEINER Chemical Engineering 6 Wayne Street Roxbury A.C.S.; A.I.Ch.E. Service Record: U.S. Army, June 1944 — May 1946 Prepared at Boston English High School Virginia Tech ALFONS M. WIATER Mechanical Engineering R. F. D. Adams Freshman Honor List; A.S.M.E. (Pro- gram Chairman 5) Co-operative Work: Greenfield Tap Die Co., Greenfield — Gage Designer Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, March 1943 — November 1945 Prepared at Adams High School SUMNER J. WEINTEIN Civil Engineering 93 Ballou Avenue Dorchester A.S.C.E.; B.S.C.E.; N.U.C.E.S. Prepared at Boston Trade High School ARNOLD G. WILBUR Chemical Engineering 48 Sachem Street Wollaston A.I.Ch.E.; Camera Club 5 Co-operative Work: Koppers Co., Everett — Control Laboratory Assist- ant Service Record: U.S. Army, October 1942 — August 1946 Prepared at Boston English High School MARTIN J. WEISS Chemical Engineering 30 Schuyler Street Roxbury Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3; Track (Manager 1); A.I.Ch.E.; Hayden Scholarship 1 Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, February 1943 — February 1946 Prepared at Roxbury Memorial High School Washington University St. Louis Missouri WALTER C. WILLIAMS Mechanical Engineering 58 Hart Street Beverly Farms A.S.M.E.; Hus-Skiers 3, 4, 5 Co-operative Work: H. K. Porter, Inc., Everett; Locke Regulator Co., Salem Service Record: U.S. Army, March 1944 — April 1946 Prepared at Beverly High School JACOB WIREN Electrical Engineering 360A Pond Street Westwood Track 1, 2, 3, (Captain 4), (Alumni Award 4); Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 5 Service Record: U.S. Navy, Janu- ary 1942 — March 1946 Prepared at Dedham High School ROBERT D. WOOD Mechanical Engineering 8 Blossom Street Worcester Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Dean ' s List 3, 4; A.S.M.E. Co-operative Work: Crompton Knowles Loom Works, Worcester — Foundry Training; Heald Machine Co., Worcester — Machine Shop Train- ing Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, April 1943 — October 1946 Prepared at Classical High School, Worcester Worcester Polytechnic Institute University of Chicago LOUIS W. WISE Civil Engineering Box 67 Lindsey Street Attlebo N.U.C.E.S. Service Record: U.S. Army, Mar. 1941 — December 1945 Prepared at North Atlleboro High School ROBERT YANOFSKY Civil Engineering 64 Tennis Road Boston Co-operative Work: U.S. Engineers, New Bedford — Surveyor; Ritchie-Ells- worth, Boston — Surveyor Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, March 1943 — March 1946 Prepared at Dorchester High School WILLIAM H. C. WONG Mechanical Engineering 10 Oxford Place Boston Dean ' s List 4; A.S.M.E. Service Record: U.S. Army, May 1943 — January 1946 Prepared at Mechanic Arts High School Lincoln Preparatory ERWIN N. ZINER Civil Engineering 269 Bainbridge Street Maiden Track 4; A.S.C.E.; B.S.C.E. Co-operative Work: Sanborn Co., Cambridge Deep Ri ' -Helper; Pratt Read Co., , Conn. — Inspector, Drafts- Service Record: U.S. Army Force, July 1943 — May 1946 Prepared at Maiden High School State Teachers College, Oshkosh, Wisconsin DAVID R. WOOD Electrical Engineering 10 Clark Avenue Beverly Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 4; Camera Club 1, 2, 3; Rifle Club 2, 3 Co-operative Work: Arthur D. Little, Inc., Cambridge — Junior Engineer Service Record: U.S. Army, August 1942 — February 1946 Prepared at Beverly High School LEON P. ZWICKER Electrical Engineering 10 Dell A A.I.E.E. Co Co -operatii ., Readi Hyde Park Work: B. F. Sturtevant lie — Electrical Tester Record: U.S. Army, June November 1945 Prepared at Hyde Park High School PETER N. ALLINSON Electrical Engineering 164 Edgehill Road East Braintree ANTHONY J. CAGGIANO Electrical Engineering 1 Webster Place Boston Dean ' s List 2; A.I.E.E. (Class Repre- sentative 3), (Vice-Chairman 4); I. R.E.; Radio Club 3 Co-operative Work: General Electric Co., West Lynn — Production Engi- eer; Fisher-Pierce Co., Dorchester — Assistant Design and Development En- gineer Prepared at Boston English High School CARL W. HAEFELE, JR. Chemical Engineering 20 East High Street Avon T. THEODORE SADOSKI Chemical Engineering 83 Elliott Street Danvers A.I.Ch.E.; Choral Society 1 Co-operative Work: Wickwire Spencer Steel Co., Palmer— Tester; Godfrey L. Cabot Co., Boston — Technician Service Record: U.S. Force, January 1943 - 1945 Army Air November Prepared at Salem High School Susquehanna University, Sclinsgrove, Pennsylvania CHARLES W. SMITH, JR. Electrical Engineering 33 Ashmont Street Dorchester Co-operative Work: Greenfield Tap Die Corp., Greenfield— Gage En- gineering Service Record: U.S. Marine Corps, June 1942 — March 1946 Prepared at Boston Public Latin School WALTER W. HEARSEY Industrial Engineering 226 Cornell Street Roslindale GEORGE J. TERZAKIS Chemical Engineering 300 Rantoul Street Beverly ALBERT J. MAGEE Civil Engineering 597 Oxford Street Auburn N.U.C.E.S.; A.S.C.E.; B.S.C.E. Service Record: U.S. Army, May 1943 — May 1945 Prepared at Worcester Classical High School Worcester Polytechnic Institute GERALD B. MARKHARD Chemical Engineering 35 Elmdale Street Dorchester Choral Society 1 GORDON J. MUISE Chemical Engineering 14 Linwood Street Roxbury CHARLES B. PILLSBURY Electrical Engineering 11 Reedsdale Street Allston A.I.Ch.E.; A.I.E.E.; Camera Club 1 GEORGE TROVATO Electrical Engineering 10 Narragansett Avenue Westerly, Rhode Island Band 1, 2, 3, 4, (Student Director 5) Co-operative Work: Tobe Deutsch- mann Corp., Canton — Draftsman Service Record: U.S. Army Air Force, February 1943 — December 1945 Prepared at Westerly High School Dean Academy PAUL B. WELCH Electrical Engineering 60 Fenway JAMES M. WHYNOT Electrical Engineering 2 Wyoming Road Newtonville Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 3, 4 Prepared at Newton High School B9S6BALL Aotuntce ' fcGM TICf ©A NO J Managers David Abbott Harry Lengas Coach Herbert Gallagher Captain Joseph Lynch SQUAD Robert Bagwell Stephen Barmakian Stanley Brenner David Churchley Earl Clark Charles Curll George DeCristoforo A. Alfred DiScipio John Heavey Arnold Johannesen Robert S. Johnson David Kaplan Robert Keegan Robert A. MacEwen M. Francis Matthews Richard Morrissey Sam Musumeci William H. Powers Frank Rando Daniel Roberts Frank Rosato Louis Shoer James Tallent Francis Walsh Frank Watts Bennett Wayler Varsity Baseball Squad 1947 Ttfwnft ifvft First Row, left to right: Coach Gallagher, She Rando. Second Row, left to right: Manage] Roberts, Musumeci, Mr. Pratt. Third Row r, Curll, Barmakian, John son, Captain Lynch, Bagwell, Matthews, Keegan, Abbott, Kaplan, Wayler, DiScipio, Walsh, Watts, Tallent, Churchley, left to right: MacEwen, Clark, Johannesen, Heavey, Morrissey, Brenner, Rosato, Lengas. BASEBALL 19 4 7 Northeastern ' s 1947 baseball team posted a 5 and 12 record in a season marked by errors and ill fortune. Prior to the season, great things had been expected of the team, but seldom, if ever, did the ball club live up to expectations. Shattering a ten-year record, the Huskies dropped their opening game at Huntington Field against Harvard, 5-1. This was the first time that a Northeastern baseball team had lost its opener since 1936, and, strangely enough, it was the Crimson team that had last turned the trick. Sophomore Bob Bagwell pitched well in the Harvard encounter, twirling no-hit ball, for five and a third innings, but then the roof fell in. The Crimson put together a walk, three hits, and an error for four runs, and that was the ball game. Two days later the Husky diamondmen bounced back with a victory over Mass State. Frank Watts chucked this game but needed help in the eighth from ambidextrous Frank Rosato. Frankie Rando tallied in the first on a long double by Capt. Joe Lynch, the latter scoring on Dave Churchley ' s single. Mass State rallied in the ninth, but the outburst fell short of a victory. Final score — N.U. 6, Mass State 3. Following this victory, the Huskies entered a record-breaking seven-game losing streak. This was one of the longest victory famines in the history of Northeastern baseball. Included were two losses to both B.U. and Tufts, and one each to Maine, New Hampshire, and Con- necticut. B.U. bettered the Huskies at Nickerson Field on April 23 in near freezing weather, 10-5. The Gallaghermen outhit the Terriers, 11-9, but a big eight-run sixth inning was all that our cross town rivals needed for a victory. In quick succession, the Main Bears tumbled the Huskies, 7-0; New Hampshire triumphed, 5-4; B.U. repeated with a 6-2 victory; Tufts won, 4-1; Connecticut walked away with a 14-1 victory; and the Jumbos came back with another win, 8-7. It should be added that the U-Conns game was at Storrs, on the afternoon following our Junior Prom, and the Huskies looked more bewildered than outplayed. On May 15 the Bates Bobcats came into town, and Bob Bagwell scattered 5 hits over 9 innings to give the Huskies a win. Big sticker of the day was Frannie Matthews, who doubled By Dave Abbott and tripled in four official times at the plate. The play of the game went like this — in the eighth inning Bates had men on first and third, with nobody out. Bagwell put on the steam and struck out the next batter. The following man lifted a short fly to center field. Ben Way- ler caught the ball after a long run and with- out hesitation let go a perfect throw to the plate, to nip the runner attempting to score from third. That was the only time that Bates threatened seriously. Final score — N.U. 7, Bates 0. The Huskies won their next two games against New Hampshire and Lowell Textile, by scores of 7-2 and 8-3. Winning hurlers were Frank Rosato and second-baseman Charlie Curll. The latter, who will captain the 1948 team, had pitched some in high school days, and had stepped into the breach in this game when starter Gus Keegan ran into trouble. Curll allowed 2 hits in 8 innings, while the Huskies were pounding out 1 1 safeties. Once again the diamondmen met disaster on the Main trip, losing two close ones — to Colby, 6-5, to Maine, 7-5. The Huskies took early leads in both games, but unearned runs for the opposition hurt badly. Colby ' s winning tally came on an unearned run after Joe Lynch had been ejected from the game for protesting a base umpire ' s decision too vehemently. Maine scored only one earned run out of their total of seven. Back at the B.C. Heights, the Huskies caught fire and defeated the not-so-high-flying Eagles, 9-8. Slugger Steve Barmakian pounded out two tremendous home runs, and in the 10th inning Joe Lynch got a long triple, scoring the winning run on a fly ball by Jim Tallent. Catcher Bob Johnson was outstanding in this game, making four put-outs at the plate and cutting down runners on the base paths. Finishing off the season in anything but grand style, the Huskies lost a 19-1 decision to the Colby Mules. This was the same team that had previously downed B.C., 21-5. Following the close of the season, Joe Lynch signed with the Boston Red Sox and was im- mediately assigned to San Jose in the California State League. There will be many holdovers for the 1948 season, and King Husky should once again be able to hold his head high among New Eng- land baseball opponents. Gerald R. Tatton Payson Kenyon Coach Captain SQUAD James Atwater Murray Goldman E. Newell Austin Harry Hart Seymour Beck Richard Johnson Charles Billings Payson Kenyon Oliver Girauard Andry Kokidko Seymour Goldberg Warren Rea MANAGERS Morton Lutch John Ryan William Nathan David Law Donald Fritz Mian Dunlea Varsity Cross Country 1947 First Row left to right: Prof. Tatton, R. S. Johnson, Kenyon, Goldman, S. Johnson, Girauard, Hart, Goldberg, Billings, Nathan. CROSS C D U Rf T R Y By Morton Lutch Led by Captain Payson Kenyon and crowned with a one point victory over Tufts and their national champ, Ted Vogel, the 1947 Cross Country team proved to be an in-and-out squad, winning three and losing three, and falling below pre-season expectations. With Kenyon and seven veterans, in- cluding Dick Johnson and Ollie Girauard, who had been sidelined the previous sea- son, and Harry Hart, back from the army, reporting to Coach Jerry Tatton, the team ' s outlook seemed promising at the beginning of the season. Although bother- ed by recurring cramps while running, Kenyon came through with two wins, but the veteran team proved only moderately successful. The Huskies were defeated by the Uni- versity of Massachusetts, 15-45, in their very first meet. Murray Goldman was the first NU man to finish, while Kenyon, Harry Hart, Cy Goldberg, and Charlie Billings completed the Red and Black scoring. Northeastern came right back the next week, downing Bates at Lewiston by a 20-41 score. Kenyon and Kokidko finish- ed first and second, while Hart, Billings, and Goldberg took fourth, sixth, and sev- enth places to complete the victory. The steep inclines on the University of Connecticut course at Storrs next tripped the Huskies, the U-Conns beating the Tattonmen, 18-37. Kenyon, Goldman, Hart, Goldberg, and Johnson garnered points for Northeastern. At New Hamp- shire the following week, the NU team lost a tri-meet with New Hampshire and Maine; Goldman, Kenyon, Girauard, Hart, and Goldberg scoring for the Hus- kies. Returning to home grounds, the Red and Black harriers went into the win col- umn with a 19-39 victory over Worcester Tech. Kenyon won easily for NU, while Goldman, Kokidko, and Girauard tied for third, and Billings finished sixth. In the final dual meet with Tufts, the NU team fought their way to a 27-28 win. Ace Jumbo distance runner Ted Vogel took the race, but Kenyon, Gold- man, Billings, and Goldberg all ran their best races of the season and squeezed out the Tuftsmen. Kenyon was slowed by cramps in the New Englands, and Northeastern could take only 15th place. Goldman, Girauard, Hart, and Goldberg all took points for Northeastern in this finale run. At the banquet at the season ' s close, Kenyon was elected captain for the sea- son, and Harry Hart was named captain for ' 48. Managers Melvin R. Burstein Jules L. Schwarz Alexander F. Webster Coach William G. Grinnell Captain George Makris Guido Barbierri Edward J. Belforti Peter K. Beshara, Jr. Arthur M. Blasi Nelson L. Carpentier John A. Conroy Andrew Coravos John F. Curley Paul G. Daston James R. Douglas George B. Foster I. Sidney Glick Joseph F- Gramolini Robert S. Hall Alexander J. Kavall George W. Keith, Jr. William J. Kent, Jr. Donald Kerivan Michael J. Koulopoulos George J. Lucas SQUAD Robert B. Mclntyre Frank S. Mondano, Jr. Samuel J. Musumeci John W. Nason, Jr. James N. Orphanos James D. Papile Richard H. Porter Laurence Redgate Richard J. Roach, Jr. Robert Sharp Harold W. Shuman Peter Sikalis Alexander N. P. Tedesco Vaselios H. Thomas Herbert F. Von Euw John R. Wallen Daniel W. Wormwood, Jr. Stanley A. Young Stanislaus J. Zbozen Varsity Football 1947 f 22 66 53 85 68 67 86 6S 81 lft.64 70 44 |77 73 78 80 FOOTBALL By Paul Daston The second postwar Husky squad assem- bled for its first practice on August 25. In- stead of a squad composed predominantly of last year ' s veterans, it was found that fifteen athletes had dropped out of school for various reasons. This factor, coupled with the graduation last year of nine lettermen, made the prospect of a success- ful grid season improbable. The coaching staff consisted of John Grinnell, Head Coach; Ecio Luciano, Line Coach; Al Zupek, Backfield Coach; and Herb Gallagher, Freshman Coach. They were assisted by Gus Rook, Assistant Freshman Coach, who scouted; and Larry Pratt, Northeastern ' s lone subway alum- nus. The offensive formation remained the same, basically " T, " although modifications and spread formations were added as the season progressed. Summer class schedules of squad members cut sessions to afternoons only, and, with the early- September start of the fall term, that perennial curse of all Northeastern footballers, evening prac- tice, was begun. Two pre-season scrimmages, against Fargo Bar- racks and Worcester Polytech, found the squad full of fight, more than holding its own. Then, as the season commenced, came a heart-breaking series of injuries to key personnel, forcing the coaches to employ the DaGrosa system of compen- sations and adjustments up and down the line of scrimmage and in the backfield. These in- juries cost the Huskies several scores — and possibly a couple of ball games. The season ' s opener found N.U. journeying to Springfield, where a far superior Gymnast organ- ization avenged its last year ' s loss bv a lopsided score of 41-6. A pass from Jim Douglas to Deke Kerrivan accounted for the lone N.U. tally. In- dividual Husky standouts were Kerrivan, Herb Von Euw, and John Nason At Orono the following week, the Huskies were clawed by the Golden Bears to the tune of 26-6. Maine dominated the play until the last quarter when, after a good fake by Von Euw into the line, Sam Musumeci scampered ten yards almost unmolested into the end zone. Home at last, the Huskies opened against Dev- ens. In this game, the N.U.ers broke their losing streak, winning 14-6. " Big Sid " Von Euw bulled his way to two touchdowns. Ever-dependable Larry Redgate blocked a Devens kick to account for a two-point safety. Bates, the next opponent, came down from Maine to blight any Husky hopes of making it two in a row. It was an even game all the way, but N.U. ' s inability to stop an intricate off-tackle play from the single-wing formation accounted for two touchdowns and the Bobcat victory, 12-0. At Medford the succeeding Saturday, the much- publicized " Battle of the Coaches " took place. Johnny Grinnell, Husky Coach, is a graduate of Tufts, played for " Fish " Ellis, and the two are close personal friends. On the field there was no sentiment apparent as both teams battled for three periods, scorelessly, with the Huskies on the of- fensive. Finally, a N.U. fumble paved the way for a Tufts touchdown. The Huskies attempted to equalize via the airways, but a Tufts interception and runback added another score, the final count reading: 13-0. Curley and Glick played bang-up ball for Northeastern. In the final game of their abbreviated season, the Huskies played host to undefeated New Hamp- shire. The Wildcats showed their superiority early, roaring to a 21-0 lead in the first quarter. The Huskies, slow to retaliate, parlayed a New Hamp- shire fumble and a sustained drive into paydirt, with Von Euw carrying from the one-foot line, just as the half ended. In the third quarter, the Huskies drove again, deep into New Hampshire territory, but as the Wildcats held, the drive petered out and the visitors resumed their scoring, racking up a win going away, 55-6. Sid Glick, playing his last college game, gave a stellar performance in the line. Unanimous Husky choice as standout of the year was an individual who played very little all season. By all the rules, he should not have dress- ed. But Captain George Makris, a starting tackle for three years, thought a captain ' s place was with his team and that ' s where he was. George, in spring practice, did severe damage to his knee, the same knee upon which he had been operated several times before. A blow or wrench in any session or game might have done irreparable damage. George knew this but worked con- stantly with the coaching staff and the team, at- tempting to head the squad. He was an inspira- tion to all with whom he came in contact. We are all proud of Captain George Makris. Northeastern University Band .• sap s2 ' «•. JS2F i £. ' ■ 14 j uJm H w H ,M M f M First Row, left to right: Scheinin, Moyston, Crescimbeni, Morash, Jewell, Trovato, Greenberg, Radio, Berezm. Second Row, left to right: Finkelstein, Hastings, Johnson, Shuman, Clarlin, Grant, Steward, Forbes, Stahle, Sewell, Gladstone. Third Row, left to right: Mr. Goldsmith, Buckley, Johnson, Goodwin, Stria, Lepolinko, Rave, Lincoln, Port, Cashton, Mr. Angus. Mr. Alvin Goldsmith, Faculty Adviser George Trovato, ' 50, Student Director Mr. Robert Angus, Jr., Assistant Adviser Corinne Morash, ' 52, Drum Majorette Peter N. Allinson Martin A. Berezm Lawrence E. Brumbach William V. Buckley Robert E. Cameron Sidney Cashton Robert F. Claflin Joseph Crescimbeni Alfred J. Ewald Joseph H. Finkelstein C. A. Forbes Samuel A. Gladstone Roscoe I. Goodwin, Jr. Members of the Edwin A. Grant Victor Greenberg John W. Hastings Edward D. Hoyle Ralph L. Jewell, Jr. Kenneth Johnson Sidney O. Johnson Bayard R. Lincoln John W. Martin Roy C. Maxfield Livingston S. Moyston Charles D. Perry B a n d Arnold L. Port Robert L. Pratt Justin L. Radio Henry H. Rowe Leon B. Scheimin John W. Sewell Robert Shultz Norman A. Shuman Carl R. Stahle Charles W. Stanford Alan J. Stewart Vincent Strianese President : Richard MacDonald Vice-President : Laurence Redgate Secretary: Edith Hughes Adviser: Mr. Robert T. White Members Dave Abbott Shirley Batchelder Peter Bent George Berry Marjorie Black Bernard Blumberg Edward Boudreau Sylvia Brenner Eugene Brezinak John Buckley Yolanda Capua Robert Chamberlain Ernest Ciriack Annabelle Cohen Ido Colantuoni Joseph Courtney John Craven John Curley Patricia Curry Ronald Davis Donald DcDominici: John Dillon Mary Dunceford Audrey Dwelley Robert Federman Agnes Finocchi Elliott Fishman Alfred Ferreria Francis Freedman Louise Gardella Dexter Gainsboro Leon Gainsboro Shirlee Gates Carlton Gerni William Gross Ernst Golden Charles Haney Rosemary Haverty Wladislaw Kaminsky Constance Kane David Kaplan Gloria Lombardi Iris Litvack Jean MacKay George Makris Ann McCoubrey John McGovern Harold Miller Milton Mizner Fred Muldoon Arthur Nacht Larry Nagle John Nelson Stanley Nelson Nancy Quigley Kenneth Ritchie Robert Roach Westley Rollins Rodney Ruddiman Robert Rosengard Melvin Rosenbery Wolf Shapiro Peter Sikalis Joseph Tataro Gladys Varney Alexander Webster Stanislaus Zbozen Jules Schwarz Marshall Seidler Edward Belforti Gustavus Arthur Husky Key Society First Row, left to right: Quigley, Blumberg. Black. Redgate, Hughes, MacDonald, Mr. White, Gates, Bloom, Marcus, McCoubrey. Second Row, left to right: Dunsford, Kane, Dwelley, Finocchi, Desens, Gowell, Gardella, Capua, Harvey, Nicolosi, Litvack, Lombardi. Third Row, left to right: Peters, L. Gainsboro, Brezniak, Rollins, Ruddiman, Chamberlain, Necht, D. Gainsboro, Craven, Buckley. Fourth Row, left to right: Haney, Makris, Sikalis, Bent, Kaminsky. Totaro, Schwarz, Curley, Lynn. Fifth Row, left to right: Mizner, Rosengard, Belforti, Drooker, Seidler, Golden, Berry, Panos, Colantuoni. Cheerleaders Finocchi, Desens, Gowell, Gardella, Capua, Havey, Nicolosi. Louise V. Gardella, Captain Miss Marjorie A. Douglass, Faculty Adviser Yolanda Capua Dorothea R. Desens Marilyn J. Gowell Irene Havey Agnes A. Finocchi Josephine Nicolosi Dmega Sigma Cabinet First Row, left to right: Brady, Pepin, Stern, Gates, White. Second Row, left to right: Gardella, Freedman, Grant, Bell, Cohen, Stone, Rotsin, Him. President: Arlene Stern Secretary: Shirlee Gates Vice-President: Katherine Chin Treasurer: Phyllis Pepin Faculty Adviser: Miss Elizabeth F. Oelschlegal Chairman Room Committee: Edith Gayette; Chairmen All-University Committee: Lorraine Cohen and Mabel Him; Chairman Social Committee: Muriel White; Chairmen Publicity Committee: Barbara Stone; Senior Representatives: Louise Gardella and Lois Brady; Middler Representatives: Ruth Grant, Frances Freedman and Charlotte Trehub; Sophomore Repre- sentatives: Frances Rotsin and Anne Crowley; Freshman Representative: Shirley Bell. A In mi ni Association _.jte utt 0 The Northeastern University Alumni Associa- tion of the Day Colleges was founded in 1918, and is a member of the national organization, The American Alumni Council. Its officers and members consist of the graduates of the Univer- sity ' s Day Colleges of Engineering, Business Ad- ministration, and Liberal Arts. There are over 6,000 alumni at present. The alumni are organized to promote the welfare of Northeastern University, to establish a mutually beneficial relationship between the University and its alumni, and to perpetuate the friendships made by alumni while students at Northeastern. The business and activities of the association are conducted by the officers, the executive committee, and the alumni council. The council is comprised of a representative from each class; he is elected by the members of his class for a term of two years. The association has flourished and expanded rapidly. There are active alumni regional clubs located in the South Shore (Massachusetts), Worcester, Western Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maine, New York City, Philadelphia, and Chi- cago. Although independent and socially-mind- ed, these clubs have a deep interest in the Uni- versity, its activities, and policies. Each of you should contact the secretary of the club in your area as soon as possible after graduation. In that way, your name will be added to the club ' s mailing list and you will be notified of all of its activities. The addresses of the sec- retaries of the clubs active, at present, are here listed. Several clubs were deactivated due to the war and are in the process of being reorgan- ized. If there is no active club in your area, the Alumni Association will be most happy to assist you and your friends in forming a club. Any information concerning regional clubs or proposed clubs is readily available from the Alumni Office at Northeastern. Members of the Alumni Association pay no dues, but instead assist in the development of the University through annual contributions to the Alumni Fund. These active members re- ceive the quarterly magazine, The Northeastern Alumnus, containing all the latest news of Northeastern, their classmates, and all alumni activities. Two social functions are sponsored each year; the Fall Dinner Meeting and the Annual Alumni Day held in conjunction with the June Commencement. Each class holds a reunion every five years with members being kept closely in touch during the five-year period by class letters containing news of classmates. The Alumni Association sponsors two annual awards to the outstanding students. The first of these is the Annual Alumni Award consisting of a book prize valued at not less than fifty dollars and is presented at the Alumni Convo- cation in the spring of each year. The Deans plus two members of the teaching faculty select the candidate based upon his demonstration of all-around capabilities, such as activities, co- operative work, studies, general conduct, etc. His scholastic average should be at least 2.5. The presentation of the first book prize award was made in April, 1947 to Richard W. New- comb. The second award, the Alumni Perpetual Track Trophy, was originated in 1931. It is pre- sented each year to the track athlete, who, through his performance in the sport, ability to get along with his teammates, co-operation with the coaching staff, scholarship, character, and sportsmanship, proves himself to be most worthy of the award. The 1947 recipient was Delmo F. Alberghini, the New England intercollegiate 220-yard low-hurdle champion. Various committees of the association per- form valuable services. The Committee on Stu- dent Activities endeavors to keep in touch with the students of the University and to know their problems. A recently created Committee of Placement will coordinate relations between alumni and the Placement Department. The Publication Committee is doing a splendid piece of work turning out the quarterly magazine, The Northeastern Alumnus. This fine college magazine has improved with each issue and is now a publication avidly read and proudly displayed by any alumnus. Other committees, such as the Aim and Policies, Admissions, and Social Committees, are constantly at work serv- ing all alumni. The Alumni Office is located in Room 252 of Richards Hall and all are invited to make it their headquarters when visiting Northeastern. ALUMNI ASSOCIATION DAY COLLEGES OFFICERS President Douglass F. Tulloch, ' 24 33 Maitland Street Milton 86, Mass. Vice-President Secretary Howard C. Cookingham, ' 34 Edward V. Kirkland, ' 35 19 Madison Road 208 Edge Hill Road Wellesley Hills 82, Mass. Milton 86, Mass. Treasurer John E. Vadala, ' 31 59 Ackers Avenue Brookline 46, Mass. ALUMNI OFFICE Director Rudolf O. Oberg, ' 26 Assistant Director Philip E. Posey, ' 45 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Bernard H. Capen, ' 20 Joseph M. Chrusz, ' 37 C. Federic Hedlund, ' 25 John W. LaBelle, ' 32 William W. Robinson, ' 42 Gustav Rook, ' 39 REGIONAL CLUBS South Shore Linwood W. Tracy, Jr., 26 Pierce Street East Milton, Mass. Connecticut (Northern Chapter) Zenas W. Bliss, ' 39 94 Broad Street Meriden, Connecticut Stewart S. Mader, ' 29 103 Barnard Road Worcester, Mass. Arthur S. Meloy, Jr., ' 30 {Southern Chapter) 2965 Main Street Stratford, Connecticut Robert H. Walker, ' 35 Western Massachusetts 1 Wellington Avenue South Hadley Falls, Mass. New York City Robert E. Madsen, ' 31 Socony-Vacuum Oil Company 26 Broadway New York, New York Kendall H. Blanchard, ' 29 90 Parsons Road Portland, Maine Philadelphia Donald A. Bean, ' 35 718 West Maple Avenue Merchantville, New Jersey Chicago Sterling B. Douglas, ' 31 615 Linden Avenue Wilmette, Illinois Student Council First Row, left to right: Howe, Stern, Indeck, Brady, Redgate, Dean Melvin, Black, Blair, Moore. Second Row, left to right: Spear, Doherty, Gart, Lawton, Brown, Beal, Philbrick, Petroski, Hebard, Casey. OFFICERS President: Laurence K. Redgate Vice-President : Jack Indeck Secretary: Lois A. Brady Treasurer: Joseph P. Courtney Faculty Adviser: Dean Harold W. Melvin David Abbott Marjorie Black Lois A. Brady CLASS OF 5 A B Brian L. Casey Joseph F. Courtney Dwight M. Howe Jack Indeck Laurence K. Redgate Charles G. Spear Donald C. Philbrick CLASS OF ' 50CDE Everett Anderson James R. Douglas Chester H. Beal Frances S. Freedman Thomas L. Blair Leon A. Gainsboro David Churchley Murray J. Gart Alfred DiScipio Anita Goldberg Alden C. Hebard Jean M. Hunt David C. Lawton Paula J. Moore Arlene P. Stern Edward Doherty CLASS OF ' 51 Louise Dyring Donald Sweeny Robert A. Brown OFFICERS MEMBERS President: Alden C. Hebard Vice-President: John F. Christensen Secretaries: Katherine Chin and Hannah R. Auerbach Treasurer: Anthony Hatch Faculty Adviser: Dean Charles W. Havice Secretary to Faculty Adviser: Mrs. Ruth Smith Carlton C. Anderson Hannah R. Auerbach Amely H. Baer Charles P. Changelian Katherine Chin John F. Christensen Doris G. Clark Paul Daston Phyllis A. Dennett Anne Etwanik Harold Garber Robert F. Hannan John W. Hosmer Anthony Hatch Alden C. Hebard David K. Howells Phyllis N. Hurley Robert S. Jones John N. Kruhmin Nannette H. Marder Arthur I. McRae George B. Merry Sidney Modell Dana A. Peterson Bertha S. Smith Anne Ventola Derek H. Whitham Severina L. Zawistowski CABINET Social Service Committee Phyllis N. Hurley Hannah R. Auerbach Citizenship Committee George B. Merry Cosmopolitan Committee Amely H. Baer Intercollegiate Committee David K. Howells Religious Activities John W. Hosmer Chairman of Chapel John W. Hosmer Publicity Committee Doris G. Clark Special Events Committee Paul Daston Student Union First Row, left to right: Hosmer, Auerbach, Hebard, Christensen, Hatch. Second Row, left to right: Hurley, Black, Ho« ells, Anderson, Garber, Clark, Baer. Northeastern News First Row, left to right: Gart, Goodstein, Mathes, Abbott, Courtney, Peck, Prof. Marston. Second Row, left to right: Dennett, Press, Segall, Cohen, Anderson, Stone. EDITORIAL and MANAGERIAL BOARDS 1947 David Abbott Joseph F. Courtney Murray J. Gart Harold S. Goodstein Marshall H. Peck Carlton C. Anderson Meyer Press Mark H. Mathes Arthur Segall Barbara F. Stone Phyllis A. Dennett Editor-in-Chief Managing Editor Associate Managing Editor News Editor Feature Editor Sports Editor Rewrite Editor Photographic Editor Business Manager Advertising Manager Personnel Manager Office Manager 1947-48 Joseph F. Courtney Marshall H. Peck Murray J. Gart Carlton C. Anderson Harold S. Goodstein Brian Casey William J. Leavitt Milton J. Stern Marcus Slobins Herbert A. Lerner Arthur Segall NEWS STAFF: Marjorie Black, Robert Hannan, Alden Hebard, George Merry, Ira Wolfson, Severina Zawistowski, Richard McDonald, Hilda Adelman, Gerald Betro, Vivian Alpern, Marilyn Aarons, Melvin Lubovsky, Stanley MacLeod, Lenid Cohen. FEATURE STAFF: Irving Adelman, Dom Cerullim, Corinne Grande, Walter Pollock, Frank Monto, Tom Blair, Douglas Briggs, Phyllis Milgroom, Ernest Miller, Evelyn Seder, Nicholas Meimaris, Bernard Freedman. SPORTS STAFF: James Devine, Raymond Urquhart, Agnes Finocchi, Edward Nankins, Frank Villa, Eleanor Schlosberg, Newell Austin. PHOTOGRAPHIC STAFF: Charles Grossman, George Drowder, Frederick Muckenhaupt. ADVERTISING STAFF: Helen Baron, Al Luftman, Silvia Elka. CIRCULATION STAFF: Martin Holt, Herbert Stein, Dave Zimmerman, Robert Lodgen, William Schulman, Harry Miller, Charlotte Reines. GENERAL STAFF: James Dolan, Eleanor Leach, Emily Price, Ida Brisky. OFFICERS President : Willard L. Lawrence Vice-President: Warren Appleton Secretary: Phyllis N. Hurley Faculty Adviser: Prof. Laurence F. Cleveland Pianist : Stuart McKay Hannah Auerbach Amely Baer Lois Brady Anne Etwanik Sopranos Mary Hashim Phyllis Hurley Marilyn Levin Nannette Marder Phyllis Milgroom Phyllis Pepin Barbara Schlosberg Doris Clark Frances Freedman Altos Janet Mennell Hazel Perkins Sylvia Smith T e n o r s Douglass Briggs Robert Dingman Harold Hamilton John Kruhmin Robert Lindquist Myron Margolin Robert E. McGauley Donald F. Mead Frank Metcalf Henry W. Nason Dana Peterson Charles B. Pillsbury Joseph F. Revis Joseph Saba Stanley F. Sadowski Suel G. Shannon Bruce A. Whyte David Appleton Warren Appleton H. H. Cradle Everard Dixon Edward P. Donovar Choral Society Basses Floyd G. Folsom Allan E. Hildreth Willard L. Lawrence John Q. Lawson Richard E. Mudgett Herbert C. Nickless William O ' Connell Harold Openshaw Arthur Romaneli Richard F. Schober Robert Fearing ■ t - 4 :: T £-: ' - ' -£ First Row, left to right: Schober, Donovan, Peterson, Appleton, Lawrence, Hurley, Etwanik, Milgroom, Marder. Second Row, left to right: Freedman, Mennell, Perkins, Auerbach, B. S. Smith, Pepin, Hashim, Clark, Baer. Third Row, left to right: Cadle, Appleton, Dingman, Margolin, Briggs, Openshaw, Dixon, Hildreth. Fourth Rote, left to right: McKay, Metcalf, Whyte, Saba, Fearing, Kruhmin, Folsom, Sadowski. Hus - Skiers First Row, left to right: Marcus, Brenz, Brooker, Bloom, Komisar, Rollins, Mr. Gubellini, Ruddiman, Winslow, Eyklen- berg, Cody. Second Row, left to right: Bassi, Peters, L. Gainsboro, Damakis, A. J. Smith, Scott, Davis, Smart, Pink- ham, Shaw, Kunian, Matsubara. Third Row, left to right: Arnold, DesMarais, Lento, Wylde, Parente, Meyer, Rogers, Schwarz, D. Gainsb oro, MacNeil, Bennett, Thomson, Andrews. Fourth Row, left to right: Drown, Stevenson, Haney, Carr, Hazelwood, Crawford, Carpenter, Rossi, Kapsiaftis, Brown, Busteed. President : Westley G. Rollins Vice-President: Rodney J. Ruddiman Secretary: Irma Komisar Treasurer: Walter R. Winslow Faculty Adviser: Mr. Carl E. Gubellini President: (Ex-Officio) Thornton S. Cody Ski Coach: Jon B. Mallette Members Ernest Ciriack Robert W. Butterworth J. Alden Matsubara Edwin C. Calcagni Donald S. Carr Walter C. Williams Roger B. Trask Donald M. Brown Paul W. Kiessling Charles W. Wakefield William H. Crandell Thomas A. Moore Robert A. Davis Herbert K. Andrews Kenneth J. Ritchie Stanley R. Crawford Frederick J. Muldoon H. William Miller, Jr. Charles H. Haney Malcolm G. MacGregor George R. Peters S. Raymond Desmarais Earle C. Hazelwood Harold W. Gebel Richard C. Green Robert H. Homer Karl C. Dewey William S. Demakis Richard N. Carpenter Robert B. Wylde Warren H. Bell Frederick C. Egan Eric A. Meyer Leslie A. Scott Robert B. Thompson Wilfred Whittier Marshall H. Peck Prescott Stevenson Arnold J. Smith Robert B. Green Leon Gainsboro Norman E. Kennedy Rita Brenz Richard Pinkham Frank H. Kunian Richard M. Drown Harold V. Hamilton Fred Henikson John Bassi Warren H. Bennett Dexter Gainsboro Joseph G. Sakey Marven Marcus John A. Lento Louis A. Rossi, Jr. Dick H. Houlder John R. Smart Kalle Nergaard Carlton W. Gemi John L. Bruce Phyllis Eyklenburg John F. McGovern David Kaplan Harry Drooker John Vance Thomas F. Coogan, Jr. Alden W. Counsell Richard E. Arnold Frank R. Getz John W. Shaw Paul E. Busteed James T. MacNeil, Jr. Thomas A. Rogers, Jr. Evans Schwarz Morton Bloom Sumner Steinberg Louis A. Parente Charles Kopsiaftis Chess Club Boruchoff, Prof. Coolidg Luftman. Garfield. 1. William N. Weil Members of the Team (in order of rank) 2. Alvin Luftman 3. Leo Boruchoff 4. Carlton Garfield 5. Arthur I. McRae Alternates (in order of rank) 1. Joseph D. Weener 2. Warren H. Bennett 3. Leonard J. Gordon President : Alvin Luftman Vice-President: Carlton Garfield Secretary-Treasurer: Leo Boruchoff Faculty Adviser: Prof. Joseph A. Coolidge Yacht Club First Row, left to right: Beever, Clark, Waddleton, Andrews, Cioffi. Second Row, left to right: McGuire, Kenney. Executive Committee Nicholas W. Kenney Peter O. Cioffi Richard D. Brooks Joseph R. Connor James Will Norman R. Waddleton Commodore Herbert K. Andrews Vice-Commodore Charles A. Haney Secretary-Treasurer Solly Cudlitz Fleet Captain Prof. Waldemar S. McGuire Faculty Adviser Camera Club First Row, left to right: Boyd, Brown, Maynard, Prof. Barrs, Beal, McDowell, Ravven. Second Row. left to right: Wylde, Angeline, Hill, Christie, Slobins, Fielding, Smith, Goon. Third Row, left to right: Perrault, Spencer, Benson, Hurritz, Mayer, C. Henderson Beal Chairman Prof. James Barrs Faculty Adviser Leonard Cripps Arnold F. Maynard Kajag J. Hovananian Irving T. McDowell Arthur E. Healey Charles T. Menechids Hervert Gall Marcello J. Carrabes Philip H. Eisenberg Heinz H. Roeber Arthur Hurvitz Robert L. Mayer Members Louis P. Vudna C. Henderson Beal Paul Ravven Ngooknong Goon Arnold Wilbur Herbert M. Schneider Robert B. Wylde Arnold J. Smith Wallace B. Spencer Donald M. Brown Thomas A. Moore Herbert L. Fielding Marcus Slobins Sam A. Christie John F. Angeline Arthur L. Benson Anthony Wong Allen Drayton Willis Boyd Norman W. Hill Alvin Cronig R. E. Van Dernout Leonard B. Cripps Joseph S. Ballota OFFICERS President : George Wood Secretary: Al Schwartz Treasurer: Harry Azachian Faculty Adviser: Mr. Hollis S. Baird Members Melvin Freedman James W. Lees, Jr. Walter R. Ellis John W. Roberts Joseph C. Place Anthony Santos Melvin Goldberg George B. Foster Charles H. Ellis Frederick Bowen Frederick Barrs Harry Mayo Robert Meagher John Puopolo W. Peterson Radio Club t ;? V-:X t I First Row, left to right: Bosinoff, Roberts, Mr. Baird, Wood, Schwartz, Azadian, Bosselman. Second Row, left right: Gray, Ellis, Kazanowski, Barr, Foster, Folsom, Bowen, Van Ness, Gelfond. Psychology Club Cohen, Mr. Domey, Fink. OFFICERS President: Seymour Berman Secretary: Lorraine Cohen Vice-President: Martin Fink Faculty Adviser: Mr. Richard Domey Michael K. Boosahda Benjamin Bozarian R. W. Butterworth John Canney Norman Goldberg Martin Grossack Eva Hoffman Members Alvin Leavitt Carl Lude Sidney Modell Audrey Rosenblatt William Smith Carol Stamen George Traquair Arnold Trehub Phyllis Udelson Anne Ventola Edith Wasserman Joe Weener Charlotte Weinberg Derek Whitham International Relations Club Sidney Modell President Anita Goldberg Secretary Audrey Rosenblatt Vice-President Mr. Wesley L. Gould Faculty Adviser Left to right: iModell Rosenblatt Silver Masque OFFICERS President Joseph Courtney Vice-President William Shulman Secretary Arlene Stern Treasurer Phyllis Milgroom Faculty Adviser Mr. Wilmot D. Griffith Director of Productions Mr. Lincoln Zonn First Row, left to right: Grande, Courtney, Stern. Second Row, left to right: Mr. Zonn, Shulman, Milgroom, Mr. Griffith. American Veterans Committee First Row, left to right: Mr. Stubbs, Kingsbury. Second Row, left to right: Monto, Levine, Heryberg. OFFICERS Chairman: Byron C. Kingsbury Secretary: Richard Levine V ice-Chairman: Frank W. Monto Treasurer: Ernst Herzberg Faculty Adviser: Mr. Harold L. Stubbs American Chemical Society First Row, left to right : Sharp, Roach, Allen, Bauman, Dr. Ve Isenstein. Third Ro Second Row, left to right: Vozzella, Swain, Wa ht: Ginsberg, McDowell, Cripps, Levy, Galatis. OFFICERS President: Harry C. Allen Vice-President: Richard Roach Secretary: Charlotte Trehub Treasurer : Frederick Bauman Faculty Adviser: Dr. Arthur A. Vernon A. Eric Anderson Herbert Aronson Charles Forbes Leon Greenberg Theodore Hearth Morton Levy Richard Olsen Walter Pollock Harry Silverstein Leon Stone Edwin Tenggren Sakis Vartanian Joseph Wrobel John Nolan George S. Freeman Members John DiGiorgio Kenneth A. Loftman John G. Horton Louis A. Cohen Joseph Vozzella Erie Fritz George Hayes Irma Komisar Norman Mills Lawrence Patriquin Robert Sharp C. Russell Smallman Robert Swaine Donald Thomas Robert M. Van Vliet Norman Waddleton Dorothy A. Clark Phyllis Pepin Irving H. Stoller Herbert Slotnick Robert E. Hurney George Economos Richard B. Whall Frank A. Scholz Shirley Hanson Estelle Wenocur Joseph L. Morrossi Sahag Sahagian Sumner Fierman Christine Hankard Paul F. Nation Senior Members OFFICERS President: Edward F. Parker Secretary-Treasurer: Alden B. Carlson Councillor: George M. Fraser Councillor: William M. Smith, Jr. Faculty Adviser: Prof. Chester P. Baker Donald S. Allan Wilbert G. Bailey Henry L. Bikofsky Robert A. Brown Alden B. Carlson Constantine G. Cockinos John F. Creedon Leonard B. Cripps Donald R. Currier Charles A. Forbes George M. Fraser Robert G. Gerade Henry H. Ginsberg Harry D. Hamilton Theodore F. Hearth Jacob I. Isenstein David Jacobs Walter M. Kisner Charles Kurker, Jr. Robert E. Lewis Gilbert E. Lexen Charles T. Menechios Robert P. Moody Gorden J. Muise John L. Murray Herbert C. Nickless Melvin Nimoy Harold Openshaw Edward F. Parker Richard C. Pinkham Joseph R. Powell Theodore W. Reed Robert W. Ryrholm Herbert Schneider William M. Smith, Jr. Donald C. Stickles Harold S. Swanson George C. Travers Harvey C. Travers Wilbur L. Walls Herbert J. Weiner Martin J. Weiss Arnold G. Wilbur American Institute of Chemical Engineers -fs t f ' " ' CJ ■ . First Row, left to right: Prof. Baker, Ryrholm, Powell, Smith, Carlson, Parker, Fraser, Vozzella, H. Travers, D. Fritz, G. Travers. Second Row, left to right: Cockinos, Kurker, Ginsberg, Murray, Muise, Hamilton, Moody, Bailey, Currier, Stickles. Third Row, left to right: Pinkham, Walls, Menechios. E. Fritz, Openshaw, Reed, Swanson, Lexen, Brown, Isen- stein. Fourth Row, left to right: Wilbur, Forbes, Schneider, Hearth, Weiner, Palefsky, Pollock, Sadoski, Kinser, Creedon. Fifth Row, left to right: Bikofsky, Lewis, Nimoy, Weiss, Gerade, Jacobs, Mills, Nickless, Cripps, Maloney. American Institute of Electrical Engineers f f! " ;, f - A- Fi ' rjf W, e i (o rig il: Edlund, Alexander, Marcinkiewicz, Lum, Chase, Samuelson, Pratt, Stukas, LeGrys. Second Row, left to right: Coletta, Koval, S. L. Smith, Guimond, Noon, Pillsbury, Weiner, Bowen, Van Ness, Lawson. Third Row, left to right: Korklon, Bolger, Folsom, Cohen, Merry, Primp: Richmond, Reddington. Gelfond, Zwicker. Fourth Row, left to right: Aloupis, Mathys, Gros in, Heath, Stern, Lazuk, McLeod, Capobianco, Crispin, Nurmi. Fifth Row, left to right: D Fullerton, Sternick, Cragnolo, Caggiano, ;, Barr, Holt, Moy, ndiville, Hannula, Land- d, Osberg, Warren, Buoy- master, Desjardii Ri .off, Foley, Kayarian, Kotowski, Bosselman, Mulcahy, Walsh, Foss. Sixth Row, left to right: Scholfield, (l, Kazanowski, Hansen, Hurtig, Rea, Murphy, Rochefort, Freedman, C. W. Smith, Strong. OFFICERS Chairman Howard A. Samuelson Secretary-Treasurer Warren S. Lum Counselor Prof. Roland G. Porter Vice-Chairman Walter M. Chase, Jr. Representatives Newton Pratt Charles Stukas Senior Members Martin Holt Irving Bosinoff William Crispin Joseph Bolger Fred Bowen William E. Bosselman Edward Weiner Chester Stern Sidney Sternick David Reiter Gabriel Kayarian Edward Koval Robert O ' Neil, Jr. Henry Kazanowski Robert B. Richmond Willard Osberg Ralph D. Guimond Thomas Foley Hubert Van Ness Sylvio Desjardins Anthony Caggiano Ralph Fullerton Richard Warren Ned Buoymaster Melvin Cohen Paul Korklan Louis Nardone Romeo Moruzzi Fred Hannula George Mulcahy Victor Murphy- Maurice Noon Bennett Merry Charles Mathys David Wood Jacob Wiren Sumner Riceman Ming Moy Fred Barr Melvin Freedman David Gelfond William Folsom Charles Smith, Jr. Burton Strong Horatio Heath Ernest Landin, Jr. Stanley Smith, Jr. John Lawson Ernest Foss Spiros Aloupis James Armstrong Arthur Hansen Carl Hurtig Charles Pillsbury Rudolph Coletta Angelo Crugnola Dean Alexander William J. Grossi Alfred Capobianco George C. Walsh Robert J. Smith Thomas F. Schofield John Rochefort Robert Reddington Warren Rea Louis Primpas Edward Marcinkiewicz Albert Lazuk John LeGrys Allen Hirtle John Prendiville Robert Coughlin Leonard Edlund Benjamin C. McLeod Leo Nurmi William Desmond William Conlon OFFICERS Chairman: Francis J. Callahan Publicity Chairman: Ernest J. Bolduc V ice-Chairman: Richard F. Haskell Program Chairman: Alfons M. Wiater Secretary: James A. Cameron Social Chairman: William E. Waskow Treasurer: Joseph Bendersky Faculty Adviser: Mr. Robert S. White Senior Members Mario Alves Carlton C. Anderson Herbert K. Andrews Alfred C. Arterton Russell A. Bachand Joseph Bendersky Norman J. Bennett Ernest J. Bolduc, Jr. Pasquale C. Bondi Harold W. Boothroyd Daniel Bornstein Richard J. Brown A. John Brugnetti Clifford A. Burchsted Jacob Burtman Gardner P. Burton Francis J. Callahan James A. Cameron Herbert J. Connon Richard A. Ciccarelli Richard H. Colby Edward A. Colechia Edgar A. Craig Stanley R. Crawford Walter A. Curley Victor F. Dahlgren Daniel M. Daley Robert E. Erickson Robert B. Fischer John C. Franzosa Albert P. Freeman Wallace A. Geiger Walter R. Gilbert, Jr. Edwin A. Gilcher Sherman H. Goldman Walter J. Govoni Edward F. Harrington, Jr. John W. Harrington Richard F. Haskell Robert S. Henderson Michael Hoffman Jack Indeck Ralph T. Jewell Theodore K. Johnson Carl I. Jones Arnold Katz Alexander Kavall George T. Krinopolis Theodore W. Kudryk Roger V. Lanouette Rainer M. Laub Leonard L. Leinonen A. M. Levine James P. MacNeil, Jr. Richard J. McCormick, Jr. Clement McDermott Eric A. Meyer Henry C. Miksztowicz Donald H. Moore Felix Moscatelli James A. Nelson Mike Newman John J. O ' Connor Ivan N. Page Alvin S. Park Charles B. Park Murry D. Paul Calvin T. Perkins Dana P. Perkins Donald C. Philbrick William H. Pirzl Mary L. Pottle Otto Price, Jr. Dorio A. Quaglieri Robert L. Reid Richard J. Robbins Arthur N. Rogers Thomas A. Rogers, Jr. Elliott M. Rosenberg Irving S. Roth Herbert J. H. Schroeder Evans O. Schwarz, Jr. Edward L. Sciore Kenneth C. Secord, Sr. John W. Shaw John R. Smart Leslie A. Scott Albert M. Shreiar Harvey I. Smith Warren C. Snyder Charles G. Spear William F. Spurr Edmond J. Stulee Joseph T. Sullivan Carney M. Terzian Michael J. Theodore Roger B. Trask Frank G. Usseglio Robert J. Valinote Fred L. J. Vegkley Robert J. Warner William E. Waskow Alfons M. Wiater Walter C. Williams William H. C. Wong Robert Wood American Society of Mechanical Engineers Pi 1 rv CV. ' " First Row, left to right: Dahlgren, Cannon, Waskow, Balduc. Cameron. Callahan, Mi Alves, Geiger, Burton, Schroeder, Laub. Second Row, left to right: Wood, R. L. Levii Paul, Goldman, Colby, Curley, Ciccarelli, Colechia, A. M. Levine, Valinote, Terzian, ' . left to right: Gilbert, Pottle, Harrington, Moscatelli, Theodore, Park, H. Smith, Sh law, Bornstein. Fourth Row, left to right: Reid, C. Park, O ' Connor, Go Meyer, Johnson, Anderson, Bondi, Pirzl. Fifth Row, left to right: Philbi Wil Vhite, Haskell, Bendersky, Wiater, Erickson, Craig, Jewell. Burchsted, throyd, Roth, Stulee. Third Row, , Kudryk, Scott, Smart, Secord, i, Gilcher, Jones, Robbins, Fischer, Hoffman, Franzosa, Moore, Leinonen, Miksztowicz, Brugnetti, Andrews, McDermott, Krinopolis, Usseglio, Page, Arterton, MacNeil, fndeck, is. Sixth Row, left to right: Shames, Spurr, Wong, Bachand, Freeman, Schwarz, T. Rogers, Crawford, Perkins, McCormick, Price, Sciore, Mike, Warner, Bennett, Veckley, Rosenberg, Katz, Quaglieri, A. Rogers, Snyder. Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society fHk First Row, left to right: Barletta, McCourt, Thistle, Keegan, McNamara, Sullivan, Colaruso, Wise, Ziner, Salloom, Wein- stein. Second Row, left to right: Rossetti, Viets, Majahad, McCluskey, Desmarais, Johnson, Brackley, Epstein, Semenza, Yanofsky. Third Row, left to right: Harlow, Fine, Allen, Loitherstein, Magee, Lamb, Danzinger, Cohen, Gorrill. Fourth Row, left to right: Prendergast, Braman, Shuman, Hixon, Reynolds, Connolly, Radio, King, Dyer, McCullough. Senior Members Daniel E. Braman Louis W. Wise Robert O. Harlow Richard A. Brackley Philip J. McNamara Clifford E. Sullivan Carmen A. Barletta Albert Salloom William R. Gorrill Stuart E. Allen Robert J. Fine Albert J. Magee Frederick D. King, Jr. Leo J. Majahad Robert D. Keegan Ralph P. Dyer Robert J. McCourt Lawrence J. McCluskey Edward Danzinger Frank B. Reynolds William A. Thistle David A. Duncan Bernard F. Stone Edward R. Lamb Richard S. Johnson Stanley Shuman Leonard B. Loitherstein Thomas J. Connolly Joseph J. Colarusso Oscar Epstein Phillip A. Rossetti William N. Maravell Erwin N. Ziner Warren R. Viets Herbert W. Cohen Jerome G. McCullough Justin L. Radio Bradford A. Hixon, Jr. Sumner J. Weinstein S. Raymond Desmarais John J. Prendergast OFFICERS President: Clifford E. Sullivan Vice-President : Joseph J. Colarusso Acting Secretary: Louis W. Wise Treasurer: Philip J. McNamara Faculty Adviser: Prof. Charles O. Baird OFFICERS President: Fred J. Muldoon Vice-President : Carl A. Gerden Secretary: Mario Alves Treasurer: John J. O ' Connor Faculty Adviser: Prof. Lyman A. Keith Members Roger B. Trask Earle C. Hazelwood, Jr. Ernest R. Ciriack John F. McGovern Arthur F. Duling Willard L. Lawrence Joseph M. Albanese Bernard I. Blumberg Charles G. Westlund Edward Beale Kenneth C. Secord Charles J. Collins Albert L. Kalman Frank S. Mondano Lawrence S. Feldman Joseph H. Finkelstein Harlan R. Morrill Henry L. Occhi Edward H. Agababian Lester J. Frank Thomas P. Hanson Arthur Hurvitz Society for the Advancement of Management First Row, left to right: Smillie, O ' Connor, Alves, Muldoon. Gerden. Gerni, Cody. Second Row, left to right: Westlund, Duling, Beale, Feldman, Finkelstein, Collins. Third Row, left to right: Hazelwood, Fried- berg, Lawrence, Blumberg. Alpha Kappa Sigma Darling, Gay, Curley, Redgati ' Wit ' Lamb, Pirzl, Kazanovvski, Mr. Knowlton. Second Row, left to right: Swasey, Clarke, Denault, Heidel, Clifford. OFFICERS Grand Councillor: Edward R. Lamb Vice-Grand Councillor: Donald C. Stickles Grand Questor: Robert D. Ashley Grand Scribe: William H. Pirzl Grand Marshal: Henry F. Kazanowski Faculty Adviser: Mr. Robert J. Knowlton Senior Members Robert D. Ashley- Wesley Chalker Peter O. Cioffi Harold S. Clarke John F. Curley James W. Gay Astor P. Igidbashian Henry F. Kazanowski Edward R. Lamb Harold Oprandy William H. Pirzl Richard H. Porter Laurence K. Redgate David C. Stewart Archie N. Swasey Donald C. Stickles Brothers in the Faculty Prof. Chester P. Baker Mr. Robert J. Knowlton Prof. Joseph W. Zeller Prof. Saverio Zuffanti Members Neo W. Buoymaster Warren W. Rea Willard F. Osberg Constantine G. Cockinos Alfred N. Flint Richard F. Brackley Willard P. Davis David F. Stephenson Donald F. MacPhail Warren K. Bennett Cedric Dustin Stuart E. Allen Roy S. MacDonald Vaselios H. Thomas Allen C. Hirtle William F. Owens Robert S. Turve Pledges Lawrence S. Battis Kenneth E. Barton Harold B. Williams OFFICERS President: Arthur E. Pohl Vice-President: Leland J. Burnett Secretary: George H. Albrecht Treasurer: Allen E. Hildreth Faculty Adviser: Prof. Otis F. Cushman Brothers in the Faculty Prof. Emil A. Gramstorff Dr. William F. Luder Beta Gamma Epsilon First Row, left to right: Allen, Cockinos, Osbera, Buoymaster, Prof. Cushman, Burnett, Thomas. Stcond Row, left right: Hildreth, Koulopoulos, McDonald, Owens, Rea, Step ' ienson, Barton, Bennett, Brackley, Dustin. Gamma Phi Kappa O O u -v%»w .Am - %r " ■» Krai fiom, ; • (o n ' gfcf: Arterton, Webster, Nelson, Lawrence, Dr. Willett, Betro, Makris. Second Row, left to right: Hawkins, Keene, Kavall, Crispin, Smillie, DeMaio, Colechia. Third Row, left to right: Spachman, Prescott. Miksztowicz, Sikalis, Musumeci. OFFICERS President : Leland Lawrence Vice-President : Jack Nelson Secretary: Gerald J. Betro Treasurer: Alexander F. Webster Faculty Adviser: Mr. Edward Willett Senior Members Alfred A. Arterton Alexander Kavall George P. Makris Howard Smillie Edward A. Colechia Leland Lawrence Jack Nelson Paul Taylor William L. Crispin Henry C. Miksztowicz Peter S. Sikalis Alexander F. Webster Class of 1 950 C D E Gerald J. Betro Joseph M. DeMaio Roger W. Fitzgerald Jackson C. Keene Samuel J. Musumeci Class of 1951 Robert H. Hawkins Robert G. Prescott Russell Spachman Pledges Class of 195 C D E Robert Devers Donald Andrew: Richard Arnold Class of 1951 Edward Belforti Nelson Carpentier Armand Gabriel Peter Beshara Thomas F. Coogan, Jr. Robert Smith Guido Barbieri Brothers in the Faculty Dean Donald M. MacKenzie Prof. Joseph M. Golemme Prof. Rudolph O. Oberg Prof. Rudolph M. Morris mm Brothers Melvin W. Alter Dave F. Jacobs Saul N. Klashman Herbert A. Lerner Merril R. Lovinger Edwin B. Potish Seymour T. Goldberg David O. Kaplan Arnold Q. Kushner Robert S. Lodgen William G. Nathan Gerald A. Reder Leonard E. Safon OFFICERS Chancellor: Daniel H. Bornstein Vice-Chancellor: Marvin F. Guttin Treasurer: Martin P. Fink Scribe: Sidney N. Stein Corresponding Scribe: Martin E. Cohen Faculty Adviser: Mr. Lawrence H. Malchman Kappa Zeta Phi First Row, left to right: Stein, Fink, Bornstein, Guttin. Cohen. Second Row, left to right: Mr. Malchman, Lerner, Kushner, Nathan, Potish, Lodgen, Safon. Nil Epsilon Zeta in " ' Jl t T f «. Z 9 If f f F First Row. left to right: Dr. Combellack, King, Hastings, Pape, Anderson, Spu Second Row, left to right: Johnson, Kilby, Churchley, Beal, Hebard, Pinkhar OFFICERS Grand Master: Elmer W. Pape, Jr. Vice-Grand Master: John W. Hastings Grand Scribe: William F. Spurr Grand Chancellor: Carlton C. Anderson Plcdgemaster: Fred D. A. King Vacuity Adviser: Dr. Wilfred J. Combellack M e m b e Carlton C. Anderson C. Henderson Beal Richard B. Brooks Walter P. Brooks Wesley B. Burgess David Churchley William Gillis Donald H. Hall John W. Hastings Alden C. Hebard Gordon T. Hoffman Henry E. Johnson Richard S. Johnson Norman A. Kilby Fred D. A. King Henry F. Kispert Robert M. Mellor Elmer W. Pape, Jr. Richard C. Pinkham Evvart H. Shattuck Gerald L. Sherwocd William F. Spurr Bernard F. Stone James P. Terry Robert B. Thomson James A. Thorpe Mr. Richard J. Brown Dr. Wilfred J. Combellack Prof. J. James Devine Brothers in the Faculty Dean H arold W. Melvin Prof. Ernest L. Spencer Prof. George H. Meserve Prof. George W. Towle Mr. Albert E. Sanderson Dean William C. White Brothers Fred Bauman, Jr. William Bridgman C. Edward Bellanger John L. Bruce Byron O. Bush, Jr. Thomas J. Connolly Francis Cristofori Christopher J. Christopher Francis B. Culbertson, Jr. G. Albert Cullen, Jr. Howard M. Dean William J. Dillon Thomas J. Donovan, Jr. Charles Dulong Jerry Galatis John George Carlton Gerni Richard S. Joyce Jerome T. McCullough Richard J. Roach, Jr. Robert Sharp Robert L. Swaine John R. Wallen Arthur Rich Milton Rich OFFICERS President : Robert L. Swaine Vice-President: G. Albert Cullen, Jr. Secretary: Christopher J. Christopher Treasurer: William Bridgman Faculty Adviser: Dr. Raymond E. Blois Brothers in the Faculty Dean Charles W. Havice Prof. George R. Fennell Prof. Herb ert W. Gallagher Prof. Everett C. Marston Phi Beta Alpha l MJJMJhA First Row, left to- right: George, Dillon, Bridgman, Christopher, Swaine, Cullen, Galatis, Dulong, Belanger. left to right: Christofori, Joyce, Gillis, Connolly, Roach, Allen, Sharp, Wallen, McCullough, Bush. Third right: Kipp, Donovan, Culbertson, Dean, Bauman, Abbott, Rich. Phi Gamma Pi O A £ First Row, left to right: Calderaro, T. Hearth, Gifford, Reiser, McDonald, Pearson, Mr. Hankinson. . Row, left to right: Tilley, Bennett, Langdon, Langley, Barone, Taranto. Third Row, left to right: Tucker Hearth, Alves, Page, Bachand, Howe. OFFICERS President: Mathew Reiser Vice-President : Charles Gifford Secretary: Richard McDonald Treasurer: Theodore Hearth Social Chairman : Donald Hearth Publicity Agent: Stanislaus Zbozen Faculty Adviser: Mr. George W. Hankinson Members Russell Bachand Alan Bennett Nelson Beaudet Arthur Calderaro Herbert Dixon Joseph Gironard Dwight Howe Alfred Judd James Langdon Robert Langley Richard MacDonald Ivan Page John Pearson Angelo Taranto Lawrence Tilley Brothers in the Faculty Dr. Elmer H. Cutts Prof. George E. Pihl Prof. Henry E. Richards Prof. Milton J. Schlagenhauf Brothers Stanley Berezin Ralph L. Brown Paul Freiser Harold Garber Alfred Garshick Irving H. Gershen Herbert Ginsberg Leonard Ginsberg Herbert Goldman Sidney Fixler Morris Gallant Samuel Gladstone Leon Greenberg Melvin Orenstein Sidney Herman Albert L. Kalman Seymour Kushner Irving J. Labes Carl Lewis Merle Locke Dane Shulman Joseph Shulman Pledges Edward Perlis Louis Perlman Donald Weiner Ira Wolfson OFFICERS President : George Fox Vice-President : Stanley Shuman Secretary: Arnold Katz Treasurer: Harold Starr Faculty Adviser: Prof. Louis Cooperstein Sigma Kappa Psi First Row, left to right: Gershen, Shuman, Starr, Prof. Cooperstein, Fox, Katz, Kalman. Second Row, left to right: Gins- berg, Frieser, Fixler, Berezin, D. Shulman, Goldman, J. Shulman, Herman. Third Row, left to right: Kushner, Lewis, Labes, Locke, Garber, Garshick. Sigma Phi Alpha Alt ■J kr--} Firrf floui, f f o r g if : Peck, Butterworth, Mondano, Warner, Mr. Wallace. Second Row, left to right: Casey, Prendiville, Haynes, Maravell. OFFICERS President: Frank Mondano Vice-President: Donald S. Butterworth Secretary: David Warner Treasurer: Ted Scott Faculty Adviser: Mr. William Wallace John F. Prendiville Members Bill Maravell Brian Casey Marshall H. Peck, Jr. Brothers in the Faculty Prof. Laurence F. Cleveland Mr. William Wallace Prof. Gerald R. Tatton Prof. Franklin Norvish Prof. Reginald G. Lacount Mr. Ernest Mills w wmf Pm Acknowledgments We of the Caudlron Board wish to express our thanks to all who have contributed or helped us compile this yearbook. To Mr. Waid, Miss Wright, Mr. Spurling, and Mr. Renzi for their cooperation and excellent work. To Mr. Russell C. Knight of The Stobbs Press for his untiring assistance and excellent suggestions. To Miss Peppard and Miss Gunte r of the Activities Department, and to faculty members and secretaries of other departments for their patience and assistance. To all who contributed pictures for their assistance, and to Dave Abbott, Paul Daston, and Morton Lutch for the sport stories. The Officers and Faculty of NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY wish to express to the Seniors their very best wishes for success in everything which they may undertake or be called upon to perform. 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Telephone COMmonwealth 0039 FOR RESERVATIONS Nutritionists Agree That ICE CREAM is a Health Building Food as well as the Nation ' s Favorite Dessert Be sure it ' s HOOD ' s ICE CREAM The Robbins Company Attleboro, Massachusetts Exclusive Manufacturers of The Senior Ring of Northeastern University COLLEGE JEWELRY. FAVORS. MEDALS. TROPHIES. Etc. obtainable only at NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE " Good food for over 25 years " LUTHER WITHAM, INC. Caterers Telephone Lynn 2-5581 441 Chatham St. Lynn, Mass. Hotel Statler Boston Where College and School Students Gather Always Home of the Beautiful Terrace Room Veranda Cafe Rouge Name Bands Floor Shows D. B. STANBRO Manager THE NORTHEASTERN NEWS extends its Heartiest Congratulations and Best Wishes on this graduation to the CLASS of 1950 LEO HIRSH, INC. Worsted-Tex Clothes Knit-Tex Topcoats Manhattan and Van Heusen Shirts Stetson Hats Interwoven Socks 250 Huntington Ave. Boston, Mass.


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