Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA)

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For Reference Not to be taken from this room lor ' imtnn VOLUME NUMBER tWeNTY-SEVEN RUSSELL E. MATTSON, Editor-in-Chief LLOYD M. MARTIN, Managing Editor CHARLES E. GLOVER, Managing Editor PERRY G. VIENOT, Business Manac C. HENDERSON BEAL. Photographic Editor AUDREY DWELLEY. Photographic Editor WILLIAM S. ALCQV, Photographic Editor EVERETT C.KARSTON. Faculty Adviser 4 Published by the Senior Class of Northeastern University, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS. Photo by BRADFORD BACHRACH Helen Channing Pollock To honor one whose faith in Northeastern University and its future is strong and appreciable, we take great pleasure in dedicating this volume of the CAULDRON. The thoughts and acts of Miss Helen Channing Pollock in establishing the Channing Pollock Library express a genuine affection for our University and for the ideas and ideals which, are Northeastern. . . . " Life is a procession in vvh c i we march, falling out before ffie end, but only after we have advanced the line . . . one drops his torch and another carries it on . . . And none of us knows how tar the light will be seen. " Channing Pollock Photo by FABIAN BACHRACH i4e Pne Medii i Me4 icu e You are completing - o-ax college edu- cation at a time when the foremost question before the world is whether the individual shall be merely a tool to serve the state or whether the state itself shall be an instrument of freedom for the in- dividual. We are living in a century of progress, accelerated by mechanical means until our social adjustments lag far behind our scientific accomplishments. The great task of tomorrow is to bring to the solu- tion of our social and political problems that same spirit of inventive genius, courage, persistence, and faith in the search for the truth which has brought about the technological developments of the past. The world today has unlimited faith in education and its value to the individual and to society. Educated men and women therefore bear a greater responsibility than ever before for taking their place in the onward march of social progress. You brought with you to Northeastern a purposeful attitude which has been of inestimable value in acquiring the knowl- edge and skill which will enable you to earn a better living. I hope you have obtained here a breadth of vision which will help you to use that knowledge in making life more meaningful to those with whom you come in contact. It has been said that " education repre- sents the cutting edge of progress. " Educated men and women . . . the grad- uates of our colleges and universities . . . must take their places in the front ranks if they are to be effective forces for good. Your sphere of influence may be limited to your own home and place of business; it may include your church and com- munity; it may be in the larger field of the state and nation; wherever it is, remember that the most important thing is . . . Not your age, but the kind of ideas you have; Not your ability, but your sense of values; Not your knowledge, but the use which you make of it; Not your means for a high level of living, but the level on which you choose to live. J . " f i A.B., M.S., Ed.M., Sc.D. President of the University CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Harry J. Shalvarjian VICE-PRESIDENT Vasileos I. Pavloglou SECRETARY Merle I. Locke TREASURER George T. O ' Connor Locke Shalvarjian O ' Connor Pavloglou To Professor Joseph M. Golemme go our thanks for his counsel, assistance, and guid- ance throughout our last college years. His difficult task of reorganizing a segment of the original Class of 1950 into a separate class in our Middler Year has been well rewarded by the co-operation received from all colleges and the functions which our class has successfully sponsored. Professor Golemme was born October 9, 1915, while his parents were touring Italy. A graduate of Northeastern ' s College of Business Administration in 1938 with a Bachelor of Science degree, he returned to N. U. to teach Accounting, and at the same time, study at Boston University, where in 1940, he was recipient of a Master of Arts degree in Economics. World War II found our adviser serving three years in Europe with the Finance Corps of the United States Army as an investigator in Italy, France, Germany, and Switzerland. Upon release from the service. Professor Golemme returned to Northeastern, where in 1948, he was appointed Assistant Professor of Accounting. He now resides with his wife and family in Boston. Class Adviser, Professor Joseph M. Golemme, B.S., M.A. Senior Week Committee First Row, left fo right: Chin, Sidney Herman IChairmonl, Alpern, Marcus. Standing, lelt (o righl- Vienot, Rossi, Krentzr Steeves ey, Senior Class Cabinet Executive Council: Fint Treasurer; Merle Loclce, Secretary; Vasileos Povloglou, Vice-Preside Golemme, Herman, Reines. Second l?ow, lelt to right: Monlgome Cohen, Lee, Martin. Third Dow, lelt to right: Betro, Alpern, For( lette, Mclntyre. w, leh to right: George O ' Connor, Harry Shalvorjion, President; Prof. Lolly, Kingston, Austin, Morcus, Krentzman, Perkins, Sakey, Wil- First Row, lelt to right: Stern, Herman (Choirman), Locke, Mo Second Row, tell to right: Sokey, Krentzman, Marcus. EDWARD H. AGABABIAN Industrial all Rd.. Dorchester Enghieering 10 App Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Rifle Club 1; Student Council 4, 5; Class Executive Council 4; Cauldron Staff 5; Cheerleader 1; Mathematics Club 3, 4; S.A.M. 3, (Vice-President 4), 5; A.S.M.E. 5; Parliamentary Procedure Club 2; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities. Service Record: U. S. Army, March, 1942 - March, 1946. Prepared at: Boston Public Latin High; Virginia Polytechnic Institute. ARTHUR R. ALBRECHT Engi, ■ing Plain 12 Estrella St., Ja A.LCh.E. 3, 4; Yacht Club 2, 3, 4; Cla Executive Council 3. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Fore. July, 1943 - October, 1945. Prepared at: English High. WILLIAM S. ALCOTT Mechan Boston Engineering 536 Commonwealth Av Band 1; Cauldron Staff (Photographic Editor 5); A.S.M.E. Service Record: U. S. Navy, November, 1942 - July, 1947. Prepared at: Melrose High; Tufts College. ETHAN ALLEN Adr, 41 West Central St. : Manageme Natick F reshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; S.A.M. (Secretary 4), 5; The Sigma So- ciety 5. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, June, 1942 - October, 1945. Prepared at: Braintree High. ASHER ALPERN Liberal Arts Pre-Medical 129 Grove St., Chelsea Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Nu Beta 4, 5; LR.C. 4, 5; Rifle Club 1; Cauldron Staff 4, 5; Class Executive Council 4, 5; Senior Week Committee. Service Record: U. S. Army, December, August, 1946. ed at: Chelse: 1944 Prepa University. High; Boston VIVIAN J. ALPERN Liberal Arts English 61 Thatcher St., Brookline Omega Sigma; News 2, 3, 4; Silver Masque 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Chess Club 2; LR.C. 2; Who ' s Who in American Col- leges and Universities. Prepared at: Brookline High. fHOMAS J. ANGELOPOULOS Liberal Arts English Norwich, Conn. Dean ' s List 2, 3. Service Record: U. S. Army, April, 1942 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Norwich Free Academy. Alexander C. Antonopoulos Business Administration Business Management 34 West Bowers St., Lowell Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; S.A.M. Prepared at: Lowell High; Lowell Com- mercial College. SALVATORE ANZALDI Engineering Mechanical 68 Nonantum St., Biighton A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5. Service Record: V. S. Army Air Force, November, 1942 - April, 1945. Prepared at: Brighton High; University of Alabama. WARREN B. APPLETON Engineering Electrical 71 Hillberg Ave., Brockton Freshman Honor List; A.LE.E.; Class Executive Council 3, 4; Male Chorus 1, 2, 3, (President 2); Male Quartette 2, 3, 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army, November, 1942 - October, 1946. Prepared at: Brockton High. DANIEL AQUILINO ss Admintslraliort 84 River St., West Ne Freshn Hon List; De List 4; Sigma Society; Sears B. Condit Award 2, 4; Accounting Society 3, (Treasurer 4), 5; Student Council 5; Cb.ss Executive Council 5. ■ Record: U. S. Arftly, Ju I ovember, 1945. Prepared at: Needham High. e, 1943 - MICHAEL J. ARCIDIACONO -. Ad„ rj.i Manage irth Andov 209 Chickering Rd., S.A.M. 5. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, February, 1943 - February, 1946. Prepared at: Lawrence High; St. John ' s Prep., Danvers. Engi, PAUL B. ARNSTEIN eering Electrical 15 Lome St., Dorchester Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; A.I.E.E.; Tau Beta Pi; Sears B. Condit Award. Service Record: U. S. Coast Guard, March, 1945 - May, 1946. Prepared at : Boston Technical High. HANNAH R. AUERBACHv. Liberal Arts 129 De Boston Omega Sigma: Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 4; Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, (Chairman of Cosmopolitan, Social Ser- vice, Intercollegiate Committees); Choral Society 1, 3, 4, 5. Prepared at: Jeremiah E. Burke High. ERNEST N. AUSTIN Engineering Electrical 29 Worcester St., Belmont A.I.E.E. 2, 3, (Secretary-Treasurer 4, Ex- ecutive Council 1, 5); LR.E. 4, 5; Cross Country 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3; News 1, 2, 3; Class Executive Council 5. Co-operative Work: Raytheon Manufac- turing Company, Waltham — Electrical Draftsman. Service Record: U. S. Army, April, 1946 - October, 1947. Prepared at: Belmont High. WARREN AYLAIAN Liberal Arts English-Journalism 107 Blue Hill Avenue, Roxbury Service Record: U. S. Army, April, 1943 - August, 1943. Prepared at: Boston English High. HARRY D. AZADIAN Liberal Arts Mathematics-Physics 62 North Beacon St., Allston Radio Club 1, 2, 3, (Treasurer 4, Presi- dent 5). Service Record: V. S. Army, April, 1943 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Boston Public Latin High. RONALD L. BACON eering Industrial 12 Burr St., Hingham s List 2; Band I. e Record: U. S. Army Air Force, nber, 1942 - November, 1945. red at: Hingham High. AMELY H. BAERl Liberal Arts English 687 Main St., Woburn Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 3; Student Union, (Cosmopolitan Committee Chairman 3, Corresponding Secretary 4) ; Choral Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Chapel Choir 3; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Prepared at: Woburn High. ROBERT B. BAGWELL iness Administration 59 Lov veil Bu Ave., iness Manag Watertown Baseball Prepared , 2 at: 3, 4, 5. Watertow n High. WESLEY E. BAILEY s Administration Acco 1171 Boylston St., Boston Accounting Society 3, 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army, Marcl - September, 1945. Prepared at: Avon High. WILLIAM C. BALLOU Engineering Mechanical 16 Prospect St., Blackstone A.S.M.E. 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, January, 1944 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Blackstone High. JOSEPH L. BARKER Engineering Electrical 26 Garrison Rd., Wellesley Dean ' s List 2; A.I.E.E. Service Record: U. S. Army, March, 1943 - February, 1946. Prepared at: Wellesley High. DAVID C. BATEY Mechanical Upper Falls Engineering 65 High St., N A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5; Co-operative Work bridge — Machinist. Service Record: U April, 1943 - February, 1946 Prepared at: Newton High Camera Club 1, 2. Sanborn Co., Cam- Army Air Force, LAURENS L. BATTIS, JR. Engineering Chemical 26 Neponset Ave., Hyde Park Beta Gamma Epsilon; Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 3. (Secretary 4, 5); A.I.Ch.E.; Husky Key Society 4; Yacht Club 1, 2. Co-operative Work: Boston Gear Works, North Quincy — Gear Miller. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, May, 1943 - February, 1946. Prepared at: Boston English High; West Virginia Wesleyan. C. HENDERSON BEAL Liberal Arts Hislory-Gove Pine Tree Trail, Gray, Main Nu Eps Hon Zeta (Pledgen tiaster 3): Dean ' s List 3: Student Council 2, 3, (Pr ■esident Divisio. n A 4, 5): Nei, :m 1: Ca OLDRON (Photographic Editor 5) ; Cla; iS Pi ■esident 2; Delegate to N.S.A. Conference 4, 5; Camera Club (President 2, 3, 4) ; Band 1; Delegate to Greater Boston Student Coun- cil 5; ProlTem President of Unity Council 4; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Co-operative Work : Portland Press Her- ald, Portland, Maine — Press Photographer. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, April, 1943 - January, 1946. Prepared at: Pennell Institute, Gray, Me.; Georgia School of Technology; Citadel Military College, Charleston, S. C. HELEN M. BEATTY V Liberal Arts English 39 Foster St., Brighton Omega Sigma; I.R.C. 1, 2; Ca Club 4, 5; Ne Prepared at: St. Columb Kille; Suffolk University. ROBERT A. BEAUSOLEIL Adn nting 61 R. St., North Attleboro Freshman Honor List; Basketball 2; Ac counting Society. Prepared at: North Attleboro High. NANCY M. BENJAMIpA Liberal Arts Mathematics-Physics Hilldale Rd., South Weymouth Ontega Sigma 1. 2, 3, (Class Representa- tive 4, 5); Student Union Cabinet 3, 4, 5; Mathematics Club 3, 4, 5. Prepared at: North Quincy High. ALAN C. BENNETT Adt, listratio Business Management Spring St., Cheshire, Conn. Phi Gamma Pi (House Manager 2, Sec- retary 1) ; Baseball 1; Student Union 1, 2; S.A.M. 4, 5, (Vice-President 4) ; Inter- fraternity Bowling 2, 3, 4, 5; Basketball 1 ; Interfraternity Council {Secretary- Treasurer 5). Service Record: U. S. Army, August, 1943 - January, 1946. Prepared at: New Haven High. CHARLES A. BENNETT Engineering Industrial 296 Linden St., Wellesley Service Record: U. S. Navy, October. 1943 - February, 1946. Prepared al: Gamaliel Bradford, Welles- ley; Williams College; Amherst College; University of North Carolina. GEORGE A. BERGLUND Engineering Indvstrial 22 Tafthill Terr., Roshndale S.A.M. 4, 5; A.S.M.E. 3. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, June, 1942 - June, 1945. Prepared al: Hyde Park High. PHILIP W. BERTHEL Engineering Electrical V Maplewood St., Maiden Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2; A.LE.E. 3, 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Navy, March, 1943 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Melrose High. Ca GERALD J. BETRO ss Administration Accn 10 Charles St., Walpole Phi Kappa (Secretary Vice- dent 3, 4), 5, (House Manager 3, 4, Committee) ; Interfraternity 1 (President 3, 4, Bowling League Quad-Fraternity Formal Committee; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2; News 2, 3; S.A.M. 3, 4, 5; Ac- counting Society (Vice-President 3, 4), Service Record: U. S. Army, February, 1943 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Walpole High; Florence University Center, Florence, Italy. WILLIAM K. BICKNELL Business Administration Business Management 66 Beech St., Rockland, Maine Service Record: U. S. Army, May, 1943 - June, 1945. Prepared at: Rockland High, Maine; He- bron Academy; University of Maine; Du- quesne University. ROBERT C. BISHOP less Administration Business Manageme 98 Harvard St., North Quincy De List 2, 3; S.A.M. (Ti 4), Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, May, 1942 - December, 1945. Prepared al: North Quincy High; Mount Hermon Prep. FRED P. BLANCHARD Engineering Civil 32 Braman St., Danvcrs N.U.C.E.S. Service Record: U. S. Army, October, 1942 - March, 1946. Prepared at: Holten High; Mount Her- mon Prep. BERNARD BLUME Business Administration Marketing and Advertising 211 Harvard St., Cambridge Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Advertising Club 4, 5; The Sigma Society 4, 5; Sears B. Gon- dii Award. Service Record: U. S. Army, November, 1942 - September, 1945. Prepared at: Benjamin Franklin High, Rochester, N. Y. ROBERT M. BOEHME Engineer Electrical 37 Jerome Ave., Glen Rock, N. J. Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 4; A.LE.E. 3, 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army, February, 1943 - February, 1946. Prepared at: Ridgewood High, Ridge- wood, N. J.; Boston University. NORMAN W. BOLINDER Business Administration Industrial Relations 284 North Franklin St., Holbrook Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 3; S.A.M. Service Record: U. S. Navy, April, 1943 - December, 1945. Prepared at: Brockton High. MICHAEL K. BOOSAHDA Engineering Mechanical 390 Grafton St., Worcester Dean ' s List 3; A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5; Band 1 ; Dance Band 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army, April, 1943 - March, 1946. Prepared at: North High, Worcester. LAWTON P. BOURN Engineering Mechanical 24 Franklin St., Belmont A.S.M.E. Prepared at: Lee High. MYRON L. BOVARNICK Engineering Electrical 80 Hatchings St., Roxbury A.I.E.E. 3, 4, 5. Work: Boston Edison Co., Boston — Laboratory Tech Corporation, Cambridge — -Re. Polar ■ch Assist- Service Record: U. S. Navy, July, 1914 June, 1946. Prepared at: Roxbury Memorial High. DONALD F. BRACKETT Engineering Civil 9S Meriam St., Lexington N.U.C.E.S.; Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, (Ex- ecutive Committee 4), 5. Service Record: U. S. Army, January, ' 1944 - September, 1945. Prepared at: Lexington High. MERTON S. BRANDES ral Arts I ' re-Denlnl 115 Babson St., Mattapan in s List 2, 3; Nu Beta. Army, December, 1943 - May, 1946. Prepared at: Roxbury Me University of Connecticut. ill High: JOHN W. BREAN Engin ering Ele ct HI Townsend St., Roxbury A.LE.E. 4, 5; LR.E. 5. Prepa ed at : Roxbury Me morial Hi gh JAMES S. BREEN Business Administration Business Management 177 Wren St., West Roxbury S.A.M. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, July, 1942 - April, 1946. Prepared at: Boston English High. RICHARD A. BRENAN Liberal Arts Psychology 103 Thurston Rd., Newton Phi Beta Alpha. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, March, 1943 - October, 1945. Prepared at: Newton High. HENRY BRICKELL Liberal Arts History 35 Park St., Stoughton Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 4; Football 1 ; International Relations Club 4. Service Record: U. S. Army, March, 1943 - December, 1945. Prepared at: Stoughton High; Huntington Prep. PAUL J. BROOKS Engineering Chemical 46 Appleton St., Saugus Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Hus-Skiers 5; A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4, 5; A.C.S. 2, 3; Tau Beta Pi 5. Service Record: U. S. Navy, July, 1944 - June, 1946. Prepared at: Saugus High. Dorchester ELEANOR M. BROWN Liberal Arts Chemistry 341 Columbi A.C.S. Prepared at: Boston Latin High: Si College. RALPH L. BROWN Business Administration 106 Walnut Ave., F Sigma Kappa Psi. Service Record: U. S. Arm ' 1942 - April, 1946. Prepared at: Newton High. ROBERT BROWNELL 17 Moon Rd., Lynn A.I.Ch.E. 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army, Novembi 1943 - February, 1946. Prepared at: Lynn English High. JOHN J. BUCKLEY Business Administration Marketing and Advertising 86 Magoun Ave., Medford Husky Key Society 4, 5; Advertising Club. Service Record: U. S. Army, March, 1945 - December, 1946. Prepared at: Medford High. ARTHUR G. BUNKER Engineering Industrial 85 Thornton St., Roxbury Co-operativ bridge— Ass Work : Sanborn Co., Cam- nbler. U. S. Army Air Force October, 1942 - February, 1946 Prepared at: Roxbury Memorial High JOHN W. BUNKER Engineering Civil 176 Greystone Rd., Melrose N.U.C.E.S. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, August, 1942 - October, 1945. Prepared at: Melrose High. MONROE A. BURDICK llusuiess Administration Marketing and Advertising 99 Harris St., North Adams Advertising Club 3, 4. Service Record: U. S. Army, January, 1940 - June, 1945. Prepared at: Drury High; Albany Busi- LELAND J. BURNETT, JR. Engineering Electrical 296 Hampton Rd. Southampton, L. I., N. Y. Beta Gamma Epsilon (House Ch; and Vice-President); A.I.E.E. 3, 4, 5. Service Record: V. S. Army Air For December, 1943 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Southampton High. JESSE L. BUTLER Engineering Electrical 9 Hazelhurst Ave., West Newton Dean ' s List 2; Service Record: U. S. Navy, February, 1941 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Kalama High, Washington. SARA P. BUTLER Liberal Arts Psychology 7 Waldren Rd., Roxbury News 2, 3, 4; Silver Masque 1, 2, 3, 4; Hus-Skicrs 4; Husky Key 4; Omega Sigma 2, 3, 4; Cauldron 4. Prepared at: Ro.xbury Memorial High. ROBERT W. BUTTERWORTH Engineering Mechanical 124 Pleasant St., Milton A.S.M.E. 3, 4, (Publicity Co-Chairman 5); Hus-Sklers 3, 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Navy, September, 1944 - July, 1946. Prepared at: Milton High. HARRY T. BYORKMAN Business Administration Accounting 33 Holyoke St., North Quincy Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Accounting Society. Service Record: U. S. Navy, June, 1943 - May, 1946. Prepared at: North Quincy High. WALLACE L. CALDWELL Engineering Mechanical 8 Elm St., South Byfield A.S.M.E. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, December, 1943 - October, 1945. Prepared at: Newburyport High; Dick- enson Junior College, Williamsport, Pa. VINCENT F. CALIA Liberal Arts Psychology 21 Michigan Ave., Somerville Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4. U. S. Army, October, 1944 - August, 1946. Prepared at: Somerville High; Un of Biarritz, France. ersity MICHAEL A. CALISTI Liberal Arts English-Journalism 108 Anderson St., Trenton, N. J. Dean ' s List 3, 4; Hus-Skiers 3, 4; Camera Club 4. Service Record: U. S. Coast Guard, Sep- tember, 1942 - April, 1945. Prepared at: Trenton Catholic High. YOLANDA CAPUA Liberal Arts Modern Languages 22 Curtis St., Medford Oinega Sigma; Husky Key Society 2, 3, 4; Rifle Club 1; Choral Society 1; Cheer Leader 2, 3; Silver Masque 4. Prepared at: Med;ord High; Hickox Sec- retarial School. ANTHONY R. CARBONE Business Administration Accounting 58 Proctor Ave., Revere Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; News 1, 2; Camera Club 1, 2; Accounting Society 3, 4, 5; The Sigma Society 5; S.A.M. 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2. Service Record: U. S. Army, October, 1942 - March, 1946. Prepared at: Revere High; Bentley School of Accounting and Finance. RICHARD N. CARPENTER Business Administration Marketing and Advertising 64 Lawrence St., Medford Dean ' s List 2, 3; Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Advertising Club 3, 4. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, March, 1943 - March, 1946. Prepared at: Medford High. ROBERT H. CHAMBERLAIN Business Administration Marketing and Advertising 149 Elm St., North Easton Husky Key Society 3, 4, 5; Advertising Club 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force. December, 1942 - May, 1946. Prepared at: Oliver Ames High, JOHN R. CHAPLIN Engineering Cl 31 Symphony Rd., Boston A.I.Ch.E. Service Record: Royal Canadia Force, September, 1941 - February, 1945. Prepared at: Moncton High, New Bruns- wick. nical Air CARLTON H. CHASE Bus Ad„ R.F.D., Lafayette Rd., Hampton, X. H. Accounting Society 3, 4, 5. Strvice Record: U. S. Army, March, 1942 - October, 1945. Prepared at: Dover High, N. H.; Bryant and Stratton Business College. Pvatherine Gam-Foong Chin Liberal. Arts Sociology 364 Washington .Ave., Chelsea Omega Sigma (Representative 1, 2, Vice- President 3, 4, Secretary 5),- Dean ' s List 3: Ford Award 5; Student Council 2, 3, 4, 5; Student Union 1, (Vice-President 2, Secretary 3, 4, 5) : Psychological Society 3. 5; Choral Society 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 5; Class Executive Council 1, 4; Senior Week Committee; Who ' s Who in Arnerlean Colleges and Universities. Prepared at: Chelsea High; Boston Uni- ver sity; Lincoln Prep. GEORGE S. CHIRIGOTIS J Liberal Arts Economics 157 Hemingway St., Boston Service Record: U. S. .Army Air Force, November, 1942 - September, 1945. Prepared at: New Bedford High. ANNE M. CHODNICKY Liberal Arts EngUsh-Journa 35 Thompson St., Maynard ' ews 5; Neivs Contest Winner 4; Cai DRON Staff 5; Silver Masque 2; Cho Society 3. Prepared at: Maynard High. DORIS G. CLARK J Psychology Cambridge Liberal Arts 37 Hubbard Av Omega Sigma (Chairman of Room Com- mittee 3, Cabinet 3); Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4, (Executive Committee Publicity Chairman 3, Resume Editor 3); Choral Society 2, 3, 4; Chapel Choir 2, 3; Psy- chological Society 4. Prepared at: Boston Girls ' High. NORMAN F. CLARK Engineering Electrical 3 Norton St., West Lynn A.I.E.E. Co-operative Work: General Electric Co., Lynn — Laboratory Technician. Service Record: U. S. Navy, March, 1941 - September, 1945. Prepared at: Athol High. HAROLD S. CLARKE Business Administration Accounting 1 School St., Richford, Vt. Alpha Kappa Sigma 1, 2, (Grand Questor 3, 4, Grand Councillor 5); Dean ' s List 2; Interfraternity Basketball, Baseball, Bowling; S.A.M. 2; Accounting Society 3, 4, 5; Band 1; Interfraternity Council 3, (Vice-President 4, President 5). Service Record: U. S. Navy, January, 1943 - February, 1946. Prepared at: Richford High. JOHN W. CLIFFORD ess Administration 44 East Av Whil Alpha Kappa Sigma (Secretary 4, Vice- President 5); Freshman Honor List; S.A.M. (Executive Council 5) ; Husky Key Society 4; Fraternity Bowling Team 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army, April 1943 - February 1946. Prepared at: Whitman High. EDMUND D. COFFEY igh Ave., Cambridge rd: U. S. Army, April, 1942 Pr, pared at: Mission Church High; John Hopkins University. RUPERT p. COGGINS Engineering Industrial 52 Jenney St., Lawrence A.S.M.E.; S.A.M. Service Record: U. S. Navy, December, 1942 - December, 1945. Prepared at: Lawrence High. BERNARD COHEN Engineering Electrical 27 Wilcock St., Dorchester Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3, 4; A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4; Tau Beta Pi 5. Co-operative Work: Western Union Tele- graph Co., Boston — Installer. Service Record: U. S. Navy, May, 1944 - August, 1946. Prepared at: Boston English High. JUDITH W. COHEN Liberal Arts E 84 Strathmore Rd., Brighton Dean ' s List 3; Nu Beta 5. Prepared at: Brighton High. V wloer LOUIS A. al Arts 99 Chels St. COHEN Che East Boston List unfstr Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s 4; Student Union 1, 2; A.C.S. 2, 3, 4. 5; Mathematics Club 2, 3, 4; Class Execu- tive Council 5; The Academy 5; Sears B. Condit Avk ' ard. Prepa ed al: Boston Public Latin High. GEORGE L. COLEMAN iness Administration Marketing and Advertisii 85 Kernwood Ave., Beverly vice Record: U. S. Army Air Fore le, 1943 - November, 1945. pared at: Beverly High; Syracuse Ur FREDERICK J. COLLINS, JR. Engineering Electrical 37 Sea Ave., Quincy Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3. 4; A.I.E.E.; Tau Beta Pi. Service Record: U. S. Navy, March, 1944 - June, 1946. Prepared at: Quincy High. JOHN J. CONDON Engineering Mechanical 278 Mora line St., Brockton A.S.M.E. 4, 5. Service Record: - October, 1945. U. S. Navy, April, 1944 Prepared al: Br College. ■ockton High; Dartmouth PAUL W. CONNELLY 28 Harley St. Industrial Dorchester ny Air Force, Service Record: U. S. A April, 1943 - May, 1945. :d at: Reading High; Huntington Mass. Institute of Technology; orth In Prepi Prep RICHARD J. CONNOR Liberal .4r j Mathematics-Phy 10 Holliston St., Medway Mathematics Club (President 3, 4). Service Record: V. S. Army, Octobi 1946 - March, 1947. Prepared at: Medway High. ROBERT E. CONRAD Business Administration Accounting 9 Edgemere Rd., Lynn Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Accounting Society 3, 4, 5; S.A.M. 3; The Sigma Society 5. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, March, 1943 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Lynn English High; Bentley School of Accounting and Finance. CHARLES A. CONSTANTINE Business Administration Marketing and Advertising 44 Gordon St., Allston Prepared at: Brighton High. DONALD J. COOK Business Adminislrallon Accnunliug 53 Rutland St., Watertown Accounting Society 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Navy, January, 1942 - October, 1945. Prepared at: Biddeford High, Maine. ROBERT L. COOK Business Administration Marketing and Advertising 10 Berwick Ct., Everett Advertising Club. Service Record: U. S. Army, March, 1943 - May, 1945. Prepared at: Everett High. ANDREW V. CORAVOS Business Administration Marketing and Advertisin 13 Lagrange St., Lowell Varsity Football 3, 4, 5: Advertising Clu 4, 5. Prepared at: Lowell High. JOSEPH A. CORBISIERO Engineering Civil 139 Forest St., Medford N.U.C.E.S. (Vice-President 4) . Service Record: U. S. Army, April, 1943 - February, 1948. Prepared at: Medford High; Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute. Bus, ROGER N. COTE I Administration Marketing and Advertising 805 County St., Fall River Advertising Club. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, May, 1942 - October, 1945. Prepared at: Durfce High. ROBERT E. COULOMBRE Engineering Electrical 7 Leroy St., Dorchester A.I.E.E. Co-operative Work: Mass. Dept. of Public Works, Worcester — Supervisor. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, February, 1942 - October, 1945. Prepared at: Dorchester High; Norwich L niversity. ALDEN W. COUNSELL Engineering Mechanical 1940 Acushnet Ave., New Bedford A.S.M.E. 4, 5; Hus-Skiers 3, 4, 5. Service Record: TJ. S. Army, January 1944 - March, 1945. Prepared at: New Bedford High; New Bedford Textile Institute. SETH L. COWLES, JR. Business Administration Accounting Spring St., Cheshire, Conn. Dean ' s List 2; Accounting Society 3, 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, March, 1943 - November, 1945. Prepared al : Hamden High, Conn. Prep JOHN S. CRAVEN ic5.t Administration Marketing and Advertising 21 Tully St., Chestnut Hill ' s List 4; Hockey 1; Baseball 4; Executive Council 3; Advertising 4, 5; Husky Key Society 4. ce Record: U. S. Navy, March, - September, 1945. jred al: Brookline High. JOSEPH CRESCIMBENI . Lib, ral Arts Englisli-Journatis 22 Hooker St., North Adams Dean ' s List 4, 5; News 1, 2, 3: Cauldron Junior Staff 4; Oratorical Contest 1; Riile Club 1; Band 3, 4, 5; Overseas Vet- erans Association 3; Cosmopolitan Club 3, 4, 5. Co-operative Work: Sprague Electric Co., North Adams— Shipping Clerk; Bright- water Paper Co., Adams— Inspector; Windsor Print Works, North Adams- Adminislrative Clerk. Service Record: V. S. Army, June, 1945 - November, 1946. Prepared at: Drury High School. LLOYD G. CROSBY Strong , Maine Accol anting Society. Servi ce Re, :ord: U. S. Army Air Force, April , 1942 - Never nber, 1945. Prepared al ■: Strong High; Hebron Acad- emy; Bliss College. LEE R. GROSSMAN Librial Arls Journalism 146 School St., Whit News 1; Yacht Club 1. 1944 - May, 1946. Prepared al : Whil Academy. Army, March, High: Thayer GEORGE J. CROWDES, JR. Engineering Cliemieal 73 Columbia Rd., Dorchester A.I.Ch.E.; News 4. Service Record: U. S. Navy, April, 1944 - June, 1946. Prepared at: Boston English High. WARREN E. CROWE Engineering 58 Madison Ave. A.S.M.E. (Publicity Ch List 4 Wakefield 4);: • rd: U. S. Army, October, 1943 - April, 1946. Prepared at: Wakefield Hi. DANIEL J. CROWLEY Business Administration Accounting 8 Nonantum St., Brighton Accounting Society. Service Record: U. S. Marine Corps. May, 1943 - September, 1945. Prepared at: St. Columb Kille. WILLIAM T. CURLEY Engineering Industrial 45 Mercer St., South Boston Phi Beta Alpha (Secretary 3, 4, 5) ; Dean ' s List 3; S.A.M. 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Navy, August, 1942 - November, 1945. Prepared at: South Boston High. CHARLES HENRY CURLL Engineering Industrial 105 Grover Ave., Winthrop Highlands Baseball 2, 3, 5, (Captain 4); S.A.M. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, 1939 - October, 1945. red at: Revere High; Kent ' s Hill June. Prep, ROBERT F. CURRAN 9 Westmore Rd., Mattapan Freshman Honor List; Hus-Skiers 4, 5; A.C.S. 2, 3, 4, 5; A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4, 5; Rifle Club 1. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, November, 1942 - September, 1945. Prepared at: Boston English High. ROGER H. CURTIS Liberal Arls History-Cove 6 Pine St., Wellesley Hills Service Record: V. S. Army, Dec 1944 - August, 1946. Prepared at: Newton High. DANIEL M. DALEY, JR. Engineering Mechanical U Wildwood Rd., Medford Sigma Phi Alpha: A.S.M.E. Co-operative Work: Bethlehem Steel Co., Quincy — Electrician. Service Record: U. S. Navy, May, 1944 - December, 1945. Prepared at: Medlord High. CHARLES DANBERG Engineering Mechanical 9 Duke St., Boston A.S.M.E. Service Record: U. S. Navy, October, 1945 - August, 1946. Prepared at: Roxbury Memorial High. FRANK D. D ' ANDREA Liberal Arts Sociology 68 Hewlett St., Roslindale Dean ' s List 3, 4. Service Record: U. S. Army, December, 1942 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Roslindale High. RONALD C. DAVIS Liberal Arts History-Government 14 Esty St., Ashland Football 2; Baseball 2: Husky Key 3, 4, 5; I.R.C. 2, 3, 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army, September, 1942 - July, 1945. Prepared at: Ashland High. STANTON H. DAVIS Business Administration Accounting 242 Grove St., Chestnut Hill Dean ' s List 4; Accounting Society 3, 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, March, 1944 - April, 1946. Prepared at: Brookline High. Frederic A. DeChristopher Engineering Mechanical 258 Governors Ave., Medford Dean ' s List 3, 4; Cauldron; A.S.M.E. Service Record: U. S. Navy, June, 1942 - January, 1948. Prepared at: Maiden High; Williams JOSEPH M. DeMAIO Ihisiness Administration Accounting 45 Franklin Ave., Hartford, Conn. Gamma Phi Kappa (Secretary 3, Treasur- er 4); Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Hockey (Varsity Manager 4, 5); Accounting Society 4, 5; The Sigma So- ciety 5. Service Record: U. S. Army, December, 1942 - September, 1945. Prepared at: Bulkeley High, Hartford. JOHN F. DeMELLO •ss Adrr ntstration ' 424 Hersom St., Ne counting Society. Service Re - July, 1944. Prepared at: N d: U. S. Navy, May, 1943 Bedford High. EDWARD J. DePINA Civil Prepai 36 Regent St., Roxbury Country 1; N.U.C.E.S. ce Record: U. S. Army, February, - December, 1945. Norwich Academy; May, Prep, ROBERT P. DEVER ess Administration Business Management 22 Myrick St., Ayer ria Phi Kappa (Secretary) ; S.A.M. :e Record: U. S. Army Air Force, 1943 - November, 1945. red at: Springfield Technical High; al States Teachers College, Stevens , W FRANCIS X. DONEGAN Engineering Civil 862 Washington St., Dorchester N.U.C.E.S. Service Record: V. S. Army Air Force, June, 1942 - .November, 1945. Prepared at: Roxbury Memorial High; The College of the Holy Cross; Lincoln Technical Institute. EDWARD P. DONOVAN Engineering Electrical 207 Cottage Park Rd., Winthrop Choral Society 3; A.I.E.E. 3, 4, 5. Senice Record: U. S. Navy, March, 1944 - May, 1946. Prepared at: Winthrop High. HARRY F. DONOVAN Business Administration Marketing and Adi ' crtising 366 Broadway, Lynn Husky Key Society 2; Advertising Club. Sennce Record: U. S. Army Air Force, December, 1942 - October, 1945. Prepared at: Lynn English High; Sam Houston State Teachers College. JAMES R. DOUGLAS Liberal Arts Malhcmatics-Physi 7 Lamartine PI., Boston Mathe Basketba Service Record: U. S. Army Air June, 1943 - December, 1945. Prepared at: Jamaica Plain High. Club 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM J. DOWNEY, JR Engineering C 2181 Washington St., Newton Lo ' (President 4) Falls N.U.C.E.S. 3, 5, Week Committee. Co-operative Work: Dept. of Public Works — Engineering Aide; The Thompson Lichtner Co., Inc.- Concrete Inspector. Service Record: U. S. Army, June, 1942 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Somerville High; St. John ' s Prep., Danvers. Bu HARRY DROOKER ss Administration Marketing and Advertising 63 Elm Hill Ave., Roxbury Hus-Skiers 3, 4; Husky Key Society 3, 4: Chess Club 4; Advertising Club 4. Service Record: V. S. Army, May, 1943 - December, 1945. Prepared at: Roxbury Memorial High. THOMAS B. DUFFY Engineering Mechanical 353 Stevens St., Lowell Track 2, 3; Hus-Skiers 3; Choral Society 2, 3, 4. Prepared at: Keith .Academy. lin AUDREY V. DWELLEY iness Adn tstratton Marketing and Advertising 34 Jeanette Ave., Belmont Cauldron (Junior Staff 4, Photography Editor 5); Husky Key Society 4: Adver- tising Club 5: Choral Society 1. Prepared at: Belmont High. GEORGE ECONOMOSn Liberal Arts Chemistry 394 Riverway, Boston Dean ' s List 4; A.C.S. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, September, 1941 - November, 1945. Prepared at: . ewburyport High. HILDA EFFGEN Liberal Arts Pre-Medical 41 Riverview St., Dedham Omega Sigma; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Nu Beta 4, 5; Clas 5; I.R.C. 4, 5; Chess DRON Staff 4, 5. Prepared at: Dedhan School. Hus-Skiers 3, 4, 5; Executive Council Club 3, 4, 5; Caul- High; Mary Brooks FREDERICK C. EGAN ness Administration Industrial Relatit 232 Kelton St., Allston Hus-Skiers 2, 3; Dean ' s List 2, 3, S.A.M. 4; Husky Key Society 3; Yacht Club 3, 4. Service Record: U. S. Army, June, - April, 1946. at: Belmont High; Syr 1943 Un iity. MARTIN C. ELLIOTT E„gin,,ri„g Eleclncal 36 Abbot St., Dorchester News I, 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Rifle Club 1, 2; A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 5,- Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Co-operative Work: Tung-Sol, Newark, N. J. — Junior Engineer. Service Record: U. S. Na vy, April, 1944 - May, 1946. Prepared al: Brookline High; Cornell University. CHARLES G. ELLIS Engineering King ' s Highway, Sagamore N.U.C.E.S. Service Record: U. S. Army, .A 1942 - December, 1945. Prepared al: Bourne High. HAROLD L. ERSKINE, JR. Engineering Chemical 15 Berwick Ct., Everett A.I.Ch.E.; A.C.S.; Yacht Club. Service Record: V. S. Army, April, 1943 - April, 1946. Prepared al: Everett High; University of Wyoming. DONALD W. ERWIN Engineering MechanicaJ 27 Cherry Lane, Dedham Student Union. Co-operalive Work: B. F. Sturtevant, Hyde Park— ZJra fiman. Service Record: U. S. Navy, April, 1943 - March, 1946. Prepared at: Marblehead High. FREDERICK A. FALLON Engineering Industrial 146 Hillside Rd., Watertown S.A.M. 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Navy, October, 1940 - October, 1945. Prepared at: Cambridge High and Latin. RICHARD J. FANNON Eiiginerring Industrial 23 Main St., Ashland S.A.M. Service Record: U. S. Army, May, 1943 - October, 1945. Prepared at: Ashland High; Purdue Uni- EUGENE J. FELDMAN Engineering Electrical 18 Highland Ave., Haverhill A.LE.E. 3, 4, 5. Co-operative Work: Western Electric Co., Inc., Haverhill— ijmor Assistant Engineer; Chicago Watchclock Div. Great Lakes Industries, Inc., Chicago, Illinois— i)ra (j- Service Record: U. S. Navy, December, 1946 - August, 1948. Prepared at: Haverhill High. FRANK A. FETTIG :ss Administration Marketing and Advertising 8 Oakmont Rd., Newton Advertising Club. Prepared at: Newton High. SUMNER E. FIERMAJ Litn-ral Arts Chemistry 49 Lorna Rd., Mattapan A.C.S. 4, 5; Camera Club 5. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, March, 1943 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Dorchester High. ARNO FILIPETTI Engineering Civil 17 Lowell St., Arlington .N ' .U.C.E.S.; Chess Club 2, 3. Service Record: V. S. Army, March, 1943 - January, 1946. Prepared at: Arlington High. MANUEL FINKLE Engineerijig EhciricaJ 125 Garland St., Everett A.l.E.E. 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army, February. 1942 - October, 1945. Prepared at: Everett High. ROGER W. FITZGERALD, JR. Business Administration Marketing and Advertising Bradford, Vermont Gamma Phi Kappa; Basketball 1; Adver- tising Club. Prepared at: Bellows Free Academy, Fair- fax, Vt. ; Vermont Junior College. ROBERT B. FLAHERTY Engineering Mechanical 6 Summit Ave., Norwood i. Army, May, 194.3 - May, 1945. Prepared at: 1 od High; University of FRANCIS X. FLYNN Engineering Industrial 109 Faxon Rd., North Quincy Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; S.A.M.; A.S.M.E.; Tau Beta Pi; Class Executive Council 4. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, September, 1942 - October, 1945. Prepared at: North Quincy High; Lincoln al Ii ALLAN G. FOLSOM Engineering Cli 106 Burrill St., Swampscott A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army Air February, 1943 - December, 1945. Prepared at: Swampscott High. JOHN C. FORAN, JR. Engineering Electrical 184 North Central Ave., Quincy A.LE.E. 3. 4, 5; Band 1; Class Executive Council 4, 5. Co-operative Work: Laboratory for Elec- tronics, Inc., Boston — Radar Technician. Service Record: U. S. Army, April, 1943 - February, 1946. Prepared at: North Quincy High. GEORGE B. FOSTER Engineering Electrical 94 Floyd St., Dorchester FRANCES S. FREEDMA leral Arts Language 134 Walnut . ve.. Revere Freshman Hono: Yacht Club 1; C Prepared at: tarial School List; I •ega Sig Cabinet 1, High; Hickox Secre- GRANVILLE H. FULLER Business Administration Business Management 58 Queensberry St., Boston Alpha Kappa Sigma: Fraternity Bowling Team; Dance Committee 1; Freshman Cabinet; Class Treasurer 1; Class Vice- President 2; Class Executive Council 4; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, April, 1943 - February, 1946. Prepared at: Kimball L ' nion Academy, Meriden, N. H. PHILIP D. GAFFNEY Engineering Mechanical 153 Whitney St., Ludlow A.S.M.E. 3, 4. Service Record: V. S. Army Air Force, October, 1942 - July, 1945. Prepared at: Ludlow High. JOHN A. GAGAS Engineering El tcl ileal 59 Harvard St., Marlboro Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2; A.LE.E. 3, 4, 5. Service Record: J. S. Army, September, 1944 - June, 1946. Prepared at: Marlboro High; New York University. DEXTER GAINSBORO Business Administration Marketing and Advertising 95 Woodchester Dr., Newton Student Union 3, 4; News 3, 4 (Sports Editor 5) ; Hus-Skiers 3, 4, 5; Dance Com- mittee 1, 3; Husky Key Society 2, 3, 4; Class Cabinet 1; Class Vice-President 3; Cauldron 4, 5; Advertising Club 4. Prepared at: Newton High. LEON A. GAINSBORO ministration Marketing and Advertising 95 Woodchester Dr., Newton Dean ' s List 3; Student Council 3; Hus- Skiers 2, 3, 4, 5; Husky Key Society 2, 3; Class President 3; Advertising Club 4, 5; Yacht Club 4. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, February, 1944 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Newton High. MARGARET M. GALLAGHER Liberal Arts English-] ournat 219 Neponset Valley Pkwy., Readvill Prepared at: Girls ' Latin School. EDWIN C. GARDNER Business Administration Accounting 26 High St., Revere Accounting Society. Service Record: U. S. Army, July, 1943 - March, 1946. Prepared at: Revere High. SARINO R. GAROFALO ' ' Liberal Arts Psychology 519 Ridge Rd., Wethersfield, Conn. Psychological Society 4, 5; Alpha Kappa Sigma 4. Service Record: V. S. Army Signal Corps, December, 1942 - March, 1946. Prepared at: East Hartford High: West- field State Teachers College. MURRAY J. GART Liberal Arts Economics 24 Clarkwood St., Boston Student Council 3, (Vice-President 4, 5) ; News 2, (News Editor 3, Associate Man- ager 4, Editor-in-Chief 5) ; Silver Masque: Public Speaking Contest Winner 3, 4; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Service Record: U. S. Army, March, 1943 - April, 1946. Prepared at: Bost ginia Polytechnic I of Economics, Engl versity, England: Ha versity of Michigan English High: Vir- London School Shrivenham Uni- d University: Uni- NICHOLAS F. GATTO Liberal Arts Sociology 31 Firth Rd., Roslindale Dean ' s List 3. Service Record: U. S. Army, October, 1942 - October, 1945. Prepared at: Roslindale High. JAMES W. GAY Engineering Industrial 100 Langdon Ave., St. Albans, Vt. Dean ' s List 2; S.A.M.; Alpha Kappa Sig- ma (Grand Marshal). Co-operative Work: Ashton Value Co., Cambridge— Prorfur ion Control; Sears, Roebuck Co., Boston— Stock Control. Service Record: U. S. Marine Corps, March, 1943 - March, 1946. Prepared at: Bellows Free Academy, St. Albans, Vt. FREDERICK W. GIFFELS Engineering Industrial 8 Wyman St., Jamaica Plain Hus-Skiers 2, 3, 4, 5; S.A.M. 4, 5. Co-operative Work: Sanborn Co., bridge — Machine Operator. Service Record: U. S. Navy, Sepl 1944 - July, 1946. Prepared at: Boston English High; N( Hampton Prep. ber. RICHARD B. GILLILAND Engineering Media 56 Walnut St., North Quincy A.S.M.E. Service Record: U. S. Army, Sep 1943 - January, 1946. Prepared at: Framingham High. WILLIAM E. GILLIS Liberal Arts East Have D Conn. List 3, 4, 5; Nu Epsilon Zel (Grand Scribe) ; Interfraternity Cou (Secretary Pro-Tern 4). Co-operative Work: N.Y., N.H. H Railroad, Waterbury and Berlin C. Timekeeper. Re rd: U. S. Army, May, 1943 ■ April, 1946. Prepared at: East Haven High. PAUL W. GLASER Engineering Clirmi, 164 High St., East Dedham Freshman Honor List; Deans List 3; Hi Se Record: U. S. Army Air Force, September, 1942 - October, 1945. Prepared at: Dedham High; Manter Hall Prep. MARTHA L. GLASSMAN Liberal Arts Sociology-Psychology 172 Shurtleff St., Chelsea Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Neivs 4, Sigma: Camera Club 1, 2; Rifle Club 1; Choral Society 1, 2; Cauldron 4, 5; Psy- chological Society (Chairman of Activities 4, 5). Prepared at: Berkeley Prep. CHARLES E. GLOVER Administration Accoi 10 Simonds Rd., Melrose Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Cauldron 4, (Managing Editor 5); Ac- counting Society 2, 3, 4, 5; The Sigma Society 3 (Secretary-Treasurer 4, 5) ; Sears B. Condit Honor Award 3, 4. Ser. Re rd: U. S. An March, 1942 - April, 1946. Prepared at: Melrose High. CIRIACO GNERRE Engineering Chemical 25 Bonner Ave., Medford A.C.S.; A.I.Ch.E. Service Record: U. S. Army, April, 1943 - December, 1945. Prepared at: Boston English High. KENNETH D. GODDARD Ihisiness Administration Marketing and Advertising 743 Central Avenue, Needham Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, October, 1942 - February, 1945. Prepared at: Needham High. JOSEPH F. GOGGIN 88 Bailey ' St., D orch ester A. I.Ch.E. 5; A.C.S. 5. Servic. 1941 - ? Record: December U. S. , 1945. Army, January, Pr epai ed a (: Dor Chester High. THEODORE P. GOLAN Liberal Arts Biology 94 West Selden St., Dorchester Dean ' s List 3, 4; Nu Beta 4, 5. Prepared at: Dorchester High. Barbara Schlosberg Goldberg Liberal Arts E, 80 Columbia St., Brookline Omega Sigma (Activities Chairman); Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3; Psychological Society 2, 3; Choral So- ciety 2. Prepared at: Brookline High; Mt. Ida Junior College. MELVIN H. GOLDBERG Engineering Chemical 88 Maverick St., Chelsea Dean ' s List 2; A.I.Ch.E. 3, 4, 5; Radi Club 3, 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Navy, June, 1944 May, 1946. Prepared at: Chelsea High; Boston Uni versity. NORMAN B. GOLDBERG Liberal Arls Psychology 31 Harlem St., Dorchester I.R.C. 2; Psychological Society 2, 3, 4. Prepared at: Roxbury Memorial High. JEANNE L. GOLDEN Liberal Arts Psychoing 21 Wallingford Rd., Brighton Psychological Society 4, 5, (Secretary). Prepared at: Brighton High. HERBERT N. GOLDMAN Engineering Electrical 28 Seaver St., Roxbury Sigma Kappa Psi: Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; A.LE.E. (Vice-Presi- dent); Veterans Association; Tau Beta Pi 5. Service Record: U. S. Army. Dec. 1942 - January, 1946. Prepared at: Boston Public Latin. JOSEPH E. GOLDMAN Business Administration Marketing and Advertt 124 Chester Ave., Chelsea Advertising Club 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force October, 1942 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Chelsea High. SUMNER H. GOLDMAN Liberal Arls English-Journalism 67 Brookledge St., Roxbury Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4. Service Record: U. S. Coast Guard, Jan- uary, 1945 - June, 1946. Prepared at: Roxbury Memorial High; U. S. Coast Guard Academy. ALAN T. GOLDSMITH Business Administration Accounting 24 Sixth St., Onset Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 4; Accounting Society 2, 3, 4, (Treasurer -■,). Service Record: U. S. Army, April, 1943 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Erasmus High, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Wareham High. MILTON GOLDSTEIN Kiigincering Industrial 9 Gladstone St., East Boston S.A.M. Service Record: j. S. Army, September, 1942 - March, 1946. Prepared at: Boston English. LESTER S. GOODMAN Business Administration Marketing and Advertisir 19 Portina Rd., Brighton Service Record: U. S. Army, Septembe 1945 - December, 1945. Prepared at : Boston English High. ROSCOE I. GOODWIN, JR. Engineering Electrical P.O. Box 217, Fairfield, Maine Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; A.LE.E. 3, 4, 5; Band 2, 3. Service Record: V. S. Navy, July, 1945 - July, 1946. Prepared at: Lawrence High. SUMNER GORODETSKY Libera! Arts Biology 33 Castlegate Rd., Dorchester Nu Beta 4, 5. Prepared at: Boston English High. LOUIS H. GOULSTON Engineering Mechanical 26 Fabyan St., Dorchester A.S.M.E. Service R, 1942 - No Prepareil at: Dorchester High. BRUNO R. GRADOWSKI Busiriess Administration Accounting 944 Longbrook Ave., Stratford, Conn. Gamma Phi Kappa; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; The Sigma Society 4, 5; Accounting Society. Prepared at: Stratford High; University School, Bridgeport, Conn. RAOUL I. GRANDPRE Liberal Arts Mathematics-Physi 8 White Circle, Wakefield Service Recorti: U. S. Army, February 1944 - May, 1946. Prepared at: Wakefield High. GEORGE M. GRAY Business Adr, 11 Early Ave., Medford Advertising Club 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Navy, June, 1943 August, 1945. Prepared at: Quincy High. D( VICTOR J. GREENBERG leral Arts Bioldg 165 South Main St., Attleboro an ' s List 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Nil Beta 5. rmy, January, Service Record: U. S. 1944 - April, 1946. Prepared at: Attleboro High; Tults Col- lege. NICHOLAS L. GRIECO Engineering Electrical 28 Morris St., East Boston A.I.E.E. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, April, 1943 - No Prepared at: Ea; ;mber Bosi 1945. High; Suffolk ANTHONY E. GRILLO Engineering Mechanical 20 Lines St., New Haven, Conn. A.S.M.E. 4, 5. Co-operative Work: Pratt-Reed Corp., Deep River, Conn.— Draftsman. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, April, 1943 - February, 1946. Prepared at: Hillhouse High, New Haven; Georgia Institute of Technology. EUGENE D. GRUDZINSKYy Liberal Arts Psy 337 Charles St., Boston Dean 4, 5: ' s List 2, 3, 4; Psychological Society Glee Club 2. Service Record: U. S. Army Air July, 1943 - March, 1946. Prepared at: Boston English High. RALPH H. HALL Business Administration Accounting 99 Pine St., Manchester Accounting Society. Co-operative Work: Boston Globe, Boston — Copy Boy. Service Record: U. S. Army, May, 1943 - April, 1946. Prepared at: Story High; Hawthorne In- stitute, Salem. CHARLES A. HANEY, III Business Administration Marketing and Advertising 91 Washington Park, Newtonville Phi Beta Alpha; Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 3, 4; S.A.M. 2, 3: Husky Key Society 3; Glee Club 1; Yacht Club 1, (Secretary-Treas- urer 2, 3, 4); Silver Masque 2, 3, 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, March, 1943 - December, 1945. Prepared at: Newton High; Valley Forge Military Academy. THOMAS PROCTOR HANSON Business Administration Business Management 30 Bellevue Rd., Wakefield April, e Record: V. S. Army 1943 - February, 1946. rd at : Thayer Academy MILTON E. HARR Engineering Civil 320 Washington Ave., Chelsea Dean ' s List 3, 4; N.U.C.E.S.; Chess Club Service Record: U. S. Ma June, 1943 - August, 1945. Prepared at: Chelsea High. BERNARD HARRIS Business Administration Accounti 7 Page St., Dorchester Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 4; Accounting Society. Service Record: U. S. Army Air For September, 1943 - October, 1945. Prepared at: Boston English High. RICHARD E. HARRIS Engineering Ehctri 130 Circular Ave., Hamdcn, Conn. Dean ' s List 2; A.I.E.E. Army, DecemI: 1942 - De Prepared nd: U. nber, 1945. Hamden High. JOHN W. HAWKINS Engineering Mechanical 22 Massachusetts Ave., Boston A.S.M.E. Service Record: U. S. Navy, October, mber, 1945. al High, 1942 - No. Prepared at: Rindge Techn Cambridge. ALDEN C. HEBARD Liberal Arts English River St., Brookfield Nu Epsilon Zeta 1, (Vice-Grand Master 2, Grand Chancellor 3, 4, 5); Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Student Union 1, (Religious Activities Chairman 2, President 3, 4, 5); News 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Choral Society 1; Interlraternity Council (Secretary-Treasurer 3); Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities; The Academy 5; Ford Scholarship. Prepared at: Northampton High. PHILIP J. HERLIHY Adn tration Accounting 50 Center St., East Weymouth Accounting Society 2, 3, 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Navy, July, 1943 May, 1946. Prepared at: Weymouth High. SIDNEY HERMAN 81 Wa Industrial Rclatii ■riy St., Roxbury Sigma Kappa Psi 2, (Executive Com- mittee 3, Potentate 4, High Potentate 5); Dean ' s List 3, 4; Track (Manager 1); ' eivs 1; Cauldron Staff 5: Husky Key Society 3; Interlraternity Council 3, 4; Class Executive Council 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Interlraternity Council Dance Co-Chair- man 4; Prom Committee Chairman 2, 3, 4; Senior Week Committee Chairman; Richard M. Horwitz Scholarship; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities. Re rd: U. S. Army, No 1942 - January, 1946. Prepared at : Roxbury Memorial High JAMES D. HILTON Engineering Che, 106 Hancock St., Dorchester A.S.C.; A.I.Ch.E. Service Record: V. S. Army Air F. February, 1943 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Arlington High. MARILYN J. HIMAN Liberal Arts Modern Langxiage 6 Florence Ave., Revere Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 3. Prepared at: Revere High. GEORGE T. HODGSON, JR Engineering Chemi 52 Harris St., Revere Dean ' s List 2; A.I.CIi.E. (Secretary-Ti Co-operalive Work: A. D. Little, Inc Cambridge. Service Record: U. S. Army, Octobe: 1942 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Immaculate Conception High. EVA L. HOFFMAN Liberal Arts Sociology 93 Thorndike St., Brookline Student Union 3; Hus-Skiers 3. Prepared at: Brookline High. WINDSOR P. HOLLIS Engineering Meclu 5 Paul Revere Rd., Lexington A.S.M.E. 4, 5. Service Record: V. S. Navy, June, 1943 - October, 1945. Prepared at: Sumner High; DePauw U: versity; University of Georgi; University. HAROLD R. HOLM, JR. Engineering Mcchamcat 90 Neponset Ave., Dorchester Dean ' s List 3, 4; Hus-Skiers 2, 3; A.S.M.E. 5. Co-operative Work: Westinghouse Electric, South Boston — Sivitchboard Assembler. Service Record: U. S. Navy, March, 1943 - August, 1947. Prepared at: Dorchester High. Purdue GEORGE L. HOMSY Engineering Electrical 78 Brentwood St., Allston Prepared at: Brighton High; Wentworth ETHAN C. HOPKINS Engineering Mechanical 51 Glenburn Rd., Arlington Freshman Honor List; A.S.M.E. Service Record: U. S. Army, July, 1942 - October, 1944. Prepared at: Attleboro High. JAMES O. HOUGHTON, Liberal Arts Mathemalics-Ph)iU 41 Hollis St., South Weymouth Track 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Mathematics Club 4. Service Record: U. S. Navy, April, 1942 - February, 1946. Prepared, at: Weymouth High. HENRY HOVANASIAN 3 Co St. ss Manage Methuen S.A.M.: Debating Society. Service Record: V. S. Army Air Force, November, 1942 - March, 1945. Prepared at: Edward F. Searles High. KAJAG J. HOVNANIAN Engineering Mechanical 294 Jackson St., Lawrence A.S.M.E.; Camera Club; Radio Club. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, March, 1943 - February, 1946. Prepared at: Lawrence High; Bowdoin College. EDWARD B. HUMPHREY Engineering Mechanical 25 Cochituate Rd., Newton Highlands Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; A.S.M.E. 5. Co-operalive Work: Mjlliken Machine Co., West fieviton— Machinist, Packer and Shipper. Service Record: U. S. Naval Air Corps. December, 1942 - December, 1945. Prepared at: Newton High. ROBERT B. HUNTOON Liberal Arts Chem 28 Pine Ridge Rd., Weymouth Freshman Honor List. Service Record: U. S. Coast February, 1945 - June, 1946. Prepared at: Weymouth High. ARTHUR W. HURLBERT Engineering Elect ' 9 Banks St., Cambridge A.LE.E. Service Record: U. S. Army, January, 1943 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Rindge Technical High; Colorado State College. S.A.M. 4; A.LE.E leneral Electric Co. ASTOR P. IGIDBASHIAN Engineering Indust 93 West Boylston St., Watertown Alpha Kappa Sigm Co-operalive Work: Gi Lynn-Draltsman. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Foi October, 1942 - August, 1946. Prepared at: Rindge Technical High. RENZO A. IPPOLITI Engineering Ch. 139 Mo St., A-ood A.LCh.E. 3, 4, 5; Radio Club 3, 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force May, 1943 - April, 1946. Prepared at: Norwood High; Boston L ' ni versity. MYRON I. JAFFE Engineering Electrical 19 Outlook Rd., Mattapan A.LE.E. (Chairman 5); LR.E.; Rifle Team (Capt Service Re, June, 1946 Prepared at : Boston English High 43- ' 44) ; Tau Beta Pi. U. S. Navy, May, 1944 vling JOHN E. JANES, JR. Ihisiness Administration Accou 19 Wedgewood St., Everett Accounting Society 4, 5; Dean ' s List 2. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, March, 1943 - October, 1945. Prepared at: Chelsea High. HENRY C. JAQUES Engineering Ch 93 Grand St., Reading Hus-Skiers 4, 5; A.LCh.E. 2, 3, 4 Service Record: U. S. Army, Dec. 1943 - February, 1946. Prepared at: Reading High. CYRIL E. JOHNSON 75 Willow Rd., Nahant in Hon List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4: A.LCh.E. 1, 2, 3, 5; Tau Beta Pi 4, 5: Yacht Club 2, 3. Co-operative Work: General Electric Co., Lynn — Analytical Chemist. Service Record: U. S. Marine Corps, October, 1943 - January, 1948. Prepared at: Lynn English High; Villa- nova College. LEONARD R. JOHNSON Engineering Cii 152 Mary St., Arlington X.U.C.E.S. Service Record: U. S. Army, Decembe 1942 - January, 1946. Prepared at: Arlington High. MALCOLM G. JOHNSTON Ensnuering Mechanic 27 Cheever Cir., Andover A.S.M.E. Service Recor March, 1943 Prepared at: Reading High; Lowe stitute— (M.I.T.). WLADISLAW P. KAMINSKY Business Administration Marketing and Advertising 82 Elm St., Cambridge Phi Beta Alpha (Vice-President 3, 4, 5) Dean ' s List 3; Student Union 3, 4, 5 News 4, 5; Cauldron Staft ' 4, 5; A.CS 2; A.I.Ch.E. 2; Husky Key Society 3 Yacht Club 2, 3. 4, 5; Silver Masque 3, 4 Advertising Club 4, (President Division A 5). Co-operative Work: Cambridge Rubber Co., Cambridge— C icmijf ' j ,4.i.(;.((aii(.- J. W. Greer Co., Cambridge— Mar iine De- signer; Boston Woven Hose Rubber Co., Cambridge— iJa;t Material Clerk; Reece Folding Machine Co., Cambridge — Junior Draltsman; Beacon Products Corp., New- ton Highlands— Bi in« Clerk; Globe News- paper Co., Boston — " ' Baseball Scoreboard " Operator. Prepared at: Rindge Technical High. CONSTANCE M. KANE Liberal Arts Socioh 14 Maynard Place, Cambridge Omega Sigma; Huslty Key Society 3, 4; Rifle Club 1; Silver Masque 4. Prepared at: South Park High, Buffalo, N. Y.: D ' Youville College, Buffalo, N. Y. GEORGE N. KAPETANIS Accounting Business Administration Ace 2690 Main St., Springfield Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, Accounting Society (Secretary 3, 4, Pre: dent 5). Service Record: V. S. Army, Februar 1943 - November, 1944. Prepared at: Springfield Technical Hig American International College. DAVID B. KAPLAN Business Administration Marketing and Advertising 77 Gibbs St., Brookline Kappa Zela Phi (Athletic Director) ; Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Hockey 3; Hus-Skiers 2, 3, 4; Adver- tising Club 3, 4, 5; Husky Key Society 2, 3, 4. Service Record: U. S. Marine Corps, July, 1945 - October, 1946. Prepared at: Brookline High. JULIUS KAPLAN Business Administration Accounting 2 Harlem St., Dorchester Accounting Society. Service Record: J. S. Army, March, 1943 - September, 1945. Prepared at: Boston English High. HERBERT M. KAROL Engineering Industrial 65 Bothfeld Rd., Ne Center Track 1, 2, 3; Hus-Skiers 3, 4; S.A.M. 3, 4; A.S.M.E. 3, 4; Class Executive Council 3; Dance Committee 3. Service Record: U. S. Navy, June, 1945 August, 1946. Prepared at: Newton High. AUDREY R. KARSHn Liberal Arts English 80 Myrtle St., Boston Dean ' s List 4; LR.C. Prepared at: Chelsea High. Engii ROBERT W. KECK eering Mechanical 10 Wayland St., Dorchester Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; A.S.M.E. (Corresponding Secretary 4, 5); Tau Beta Pi (Recording Secretary 4, 5); Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Service Record: U. S. Army, September, 1945 - February, 1946. Prepared at: Hyde Park High. JACKSON C. KEENE 156 Highland Ave., Auburn, Maine Gamma Phi Kappa (Treasurer 2, Presi. dent 3). Service Record: V. S. Navy, August 1943 - May, 1946. Prepared at: Edward Little High, Auburn; Maine; Hebron Academy. GEORGE D. KELLEN, JR. Engineering Chemical 66 Tuttle St., Dorchester Freshman Honor List; Student Council 3; A.I.Ch.E. Service Record: U. S. Army, June, 1943 - March, 1946. Prepared at: Cathedral High; University ol Michigan; University of Biarritz, France. JOHN T. KELLEY Liberal Arts Chemistry 135 Elm St., Everett A.C.S. Co-operative Work: Hy-Sil Manufacturing Co., Revere — Vacuum Technician. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, September, 1943 - November, 1945. Prepared at: St. Clement ' s High, West Somerville. WILLIAM J. KELLY Liberal Arts Econori 86 Prentiss St., Watertown Freshman Honor List 1; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army, July, 1942 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Watertown High; Emerson College. WILLIAM J. KENT x al Arts Chemistry 77 Brattle St., Arlington Phi Beta Alpha; Baseba A.C.S. 4, 5. 1942 - January, 1946. Prepared at: Arlingtoi Basketball DONALD KERIVAN Engineering Civil 2 willow St., Wellesley Hills Gamma Phi Kappa: Hockey 2, 3, 4, 5, (Captain 4, 5); Football 3; N.U.C.E.S.; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Service Record: U. S. Navy, June, 1943 - October, 1945. Prepared at: Wellesley High; College of the Holy Cross. DONALD W. KERR Engineering Electrical 292 Summer St., Somerville A.I.E.E. 3, 4, 5; Class Representative 4. Service Record: U. S. Navy, December, 1942 - April, 1946. Prepared at: Somerville High; Tufts Col- ARTHUR J. KESSLER Engineering Chemical 41 Almont St., Boston A.LCh.E., 3, 4, 5. Co-operative Work: Walter Baker Choc- olate Co., Boston. Service Record: U. S. Navy, June, 1945 - August, 1946. Prepared at: Boston Latin High. FRANCIS W. KILEY, Liberal Arts Economics 36 Brush Hill Rd., Milton Camera Club Husky Key Society 3, 1, 4; Yacht Club 1, 2. Re rd: U. S. Army, Febri 1943 - March, 1946. Prepared al: Milton High. RAYMOND P. KING Engineering Mechanical 361 Lowell St., Peabody A.S.M.E. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, January, 1945 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Peabody High; New England Aircraft School. JOSEPH A. KINGSTON Adn Apnl, r„i,a, Colleg, Industrial Relations 19 Stanley Ave., Medford Record: V. S. Army Air Force, 1943 - February, 1946. ' d at: Medford High; Hamilton, ■, Clinton, N. Y. ROBERT J. KINGSTON Enginiering Industrial 1550 Blue Hill Ave., Mattapan Basketball 1. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force. Prepared at: Kenmore High, Kenmore, N. Y.; Buffalo State Teachers College. ROBERT E. KIRBY Engineering Civil 16 Court Sq., Milford Dean ' s List 2, 3; N.U.C.E.S. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, May, 1943 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Milford High; Oswego State Teachers College; University of Miami. JOHN J. KLEIN Engineering Electrical 205 Lake View Ave., Cambridge Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3. 4; A.LE.E. 4, 5. rd: U. S. Navy, July, 1943 - March, 1946. Prepared at: Cambr High and Latii Engin ering 113 Ga PETER P. KLOTZ Mechanical nsboro St., Boston A.S.M.E. 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force. February, 1943 - July, 1945. Prepared at: Hartford High; Colby Col- lege. CHRISTOPHER M. KOPANON Business Administration Marketing and Advertising 58 Centennial Ave., Gloucester Student Union 3, 4, 5; Hus-Skiers 3, 4, 5; Husky Key Society 3, 4, 5; Advertising Club 3, 4, 5. Prepared at: Gloucester High. WILLIAM S. KOSCHNY Engineering Chemical Briarwood Ave., Middletown. R. I. A.I.Ch.E. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Rifle Club 1, 2. Service Record: V. S. Army Air Force. Prepared at: Rogers High, Newport, R. L EDWARD H. KOVAR Engineering Mechanical 25 Lancaster St., Worcester A.S.M.E. 5. Co-operative Work: Heald Machii Worceste Service f January, 1946 Prepared at: Junior Collegi Co. !S Clerk. •rd: U. S. Navy, July, 1942 • North High; Worcester AARON M. KREEM leering 19 Faystoi 1 St., Roxbury ' s List 4; Hu s-Skif ■rs 3, 4, 5 C.E.S.; Rifle CI epared at: Roxbury M il High. HARVEY C. KRENTZMAN 19 Gary Av Mechanical Chelsea Rifle Juni man Honor Roll; Dean ' s List 2, 3, Cauldron 4, 5: A.S.M.E. 4, 5; Club 1; Class Cabinet 1, 4, 5; r Prom Committee; Senior Week :e Record: U. S. Army, December, - August, 1946. ■red at: Chelsea High; Virginia Poly- ic Institute. DONALD A. KUNSTLER gineering Industr. 17 Leniston St., Roslindale ack 3, 4; Cross Country 3. ■pared at: English High. ARNOLD A. KUSHNER Engineering Chemical 77 Sackett St., Providence, R. I. Kappa Zela Pi (Chancellor); News 2, 3; A.I.Ch.E. 3, 4, 5. Seruice Record: V. S. Army Air Force, September, 1942 - October, 1945. Prepared al: James Monroe High, Bronx. N. Y. SEYMOUR W. KUSHNER Liberal Arts Biology 18 Mt. Hood Rd., Brighton Sigma Kappa Psi (Chairman of Pin Com- mittee, Ritual Committee, Initiation Com- mittee); Track 1, 4; Nu Beta. Prepared al: Boston Latin High. x JOHN C. LALLY Business Adminislralion Accounting 26 Worthington St., Dedham Hockey 2; Golf 2, 3; Accounting Society. Co-operative Work: First National Bank, Boston— .B.Af. Operator. Service Record: U. S. Navy. September, 1942 - December, 1945. Prepared at : Dedham High. ELEANOR WATTS LAMBERT : Administration 17A Forest St., ( nbridge Omega Sigma (Cabinet 3, 4); Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2, (Treasurer 3, Secretary 4, 5) : Student Union 1. 2, 3, 4, (Vice-President 5) ; Cauu ron (Junior Staff 4, Editor-in-Chief of 1949 Class); News 1, 2. (Feature Editor 3, 4); Class of 1949 Cabinet 1, 2, 3, 4; Class of 1949 Treasurer 3; Husky Plus Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Prepared at: Lawrence High. EUGENE M. LAMPERT iness Administration Industrial Relations 566 Norfolk St., Mattapan pared at: Boston English High. PAUL C. LANDERS , Liberal Arts History and Gove Broad Brook, Conn. Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4. c Record: U. S. Army Air Force, ry, 1942 - September, 1945. LEON LANDMAN Engineering Mechanical 68 Fayston St., Boston Kappa Zela Psi; Freshman Honor List: Dean ' s List 3, 4; News (Circulation Staff 5): A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5; Mathematics Club rd: U. S. Army, De . April, 1946. red al: Roxbu rd University. -iai High; FREDERICK J. LANTRY Engineering Mechanical 275 West Fifth St., South Boston A.S.M.E. 3, (Vice-chairman 4, Chairman 5). Service Record: U. S. Army, January, 1941 - October, 1941; U. S. Navy, Febru- ary, 1942 - September, 1945. Prepared at: South Boston High. FRANK A. LaSCALA Engineering Mechanic 1305 Leeds St., Utica, N. Y. A.S.M.E.; Freshman Football; Dean ' s L Service Record: U. S. Mari March, 1942 - January, 1946. Prepared at: Thomas R. Proc Corps, ■ High, STANLEY LEANOS Liberal Arts Biology 58 Fowle St., Woburn Nu B, ta. Scrvic, Octobe Record: U. S r, 1943 - Septen Naval A iber, 1946. Prepar Prep. ed at: Woburn High; Ht ALEXANDER J. LeCLAIR, J Liberal Arts 194 Parmenter Rd. EC071071 West Newton Service Re 1943 - Noi Prepared c J. S. Armyj I 1945. ens High, CI Engine DAH YEN LEE 45 Cherry St., Cambridge Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2 Football 1; N.U.C.E.S.; C.S.C.A. 5 Class Executive Council 5. Co-operative Work: Mass. Dept. of Pubh. Works. Record: V. S. October 1942 - December, 1945. Prepared at: Rindge Technical High; Mass. Institute of Technology. RICHARD L. LEE Liberal Arts Malkematicf liysic. 56 Fremont St., Mattapan Mathematics Club. Service Record: U. S. Marine Corps, March, 1944 - May, 1945. Prepared at: Boston English High; Boston College. WILFRED LEFKOVICH Engineering Chcm 646 Morton St., Mattapan A.LCh.E. 4, 5; Rifle Team 1. Service Record: U. S. Navy, June, : - July, 1946. Prepared at: Boston English High. EDWARD LEVENSON. Liberal Arts English-Jour 104 Toxteth St., Brookline Dean ' s List 2; Cosmopolitan Club 1. Service Record: U. S. Army, June, 1945 - November, 1946. Prepared at: Brookline High. MARILYN LEVIN Liberal Arts Sociology 70 Columbia St., Brookline Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 4; Omega Sigma; Psychological Society 3, 4, (Secretary 5); Choral Society. Prepared at: Brookline High. Bu MELVIN LEVINE Adr, nslration Marketing and Advertising ia Rd., Dorchester Columbia Advertising Club. Prepared at: Boston Technical High STANLEY S. LEVY Liberal Ar istry 74 Rockland Ave., Maiden Freshman Honor List; A.C.S. Service Record: U. S. Army, February, 1945 - November, 1946. Prepared at: Maiden High. CARL M. LEWIl Liberal Arts English-]. 87 Wheatland Ave., Dorchesti Sig Kappa Psi (Executive Committee 3, 4, 5; Pledgemaster 3; High Potentate 4); A.C.S. 2; Interfraternity Council 4; Rich- ard M. Horwitz Scholarship 4. Service Record: U. S. Army, January, 1944 - May, 1946. Prepared at: Roxbury Memorial High. ABRAHAM M. LICHTMAN ' Liberal Arts Sociology 255 Walnut Ave. , Roxbury Dean ' s List 3: Basketball 1; Neivs 1; Psychological Society 3, 4, 5; Rifle Club 1. Service Record: U. S. Army, January, 1944 - July. 1946. Prepared at: Roxbury Memorial High; Amherst College; Syracuse University; University of Connecticut. k m NATHANIEL LIGOLS Engineering Chemical 23 Almont St., Maiden A.I.Ch.E. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, September, 1943 - October, 1945. Prepared at: Maiden High. ALBERT C. LIMM Engineering Electrical 2176 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge A.I.E.E.; I.R.C. 2, 3, (Vice-President 4). Prepared at: Rindge Technical High. IRIS P. LITVACK Business Administration Marketing and Advertising 14 Nichols Ave., Lynn Omega Sigma; News 2; Advertising Club 4, 5; Husky Key Society 3. Prepared at: Lynn English High. ROYAL E. LIVINGSTON Engl, Civil 47 Langdon St., Cambridge N.U.C.E.S. Service Record: U. S. Navy, October, 1942 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Somersworth High, N. H. MERLE I. LOCKE 7 Copeland St., Roxbury Sigma Kappa Psi: Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3; Football 1; Baseball 1; Basketball I; N.U.C.E.S.; Interfraternity Council 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3; Class Cabinet 1, 2, 3; Class Secretary 4, 5; Junior Prom Committee; CAULnRON Staff 5. Co-operative Work: N.Y., N.H. H. Railroad, New Haven, Conn.— C iiV o Parly. Service Record: U, S. Army, December, 1942 - March, 1946. Prepared at: Dorchester High. GLORIA L. LOMBARD mega Sigma: News 2; Advertising Club (Secretary 4) ; Husky Key Society 2. cpared at: St. Mary ' s High, Waltham. VINCENT J. LONARDO Business Administration Accounting 126 Elm St., Lawrence Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Accounting Society 2, {Treasurer 3, Presi- dent 4) 5; The Sigma Society 3, 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army, January, 1943 - February, 1946. Prepared at: Lawrence High. BERTRAM S. LONG Engineering Mechanical 22 Richfield St., Boston A.S.M.E. 3, 5; Tau Beta Pi 4, 5; Fresh- man Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Sears B. Condit Award. Co-operative Work: Dahlquist Mfg. Co., Somerville— Dra (smaii. Service Record: V. S. Army, September, 1946 - June, 1947. Prepared at: Boston Public Latin High. LEON B. LOUGHMILLER Business Administration Marketing and Advertising 209 Lake Shore Dr., Weymouth Advertising Club; Marketing Club. Service Record: U. S. Navy, June, 1942 ■ September, 1945. Prepared at: North Quincy High.. MERRILL R. LOVINGER Liberal Arts History-Gover: 58 McLellan St., Dorchester Kappa Zeta Phi: Freshman Honor List: Dean ' s List 2, 3; Dance Band 1, 2, 3; Silver Masque 3. Prepared at: Boston Latin High. JOSEPH W. LOVOI Engineering ElecLric 104 Hancock St., Cambridge A.I.E.E. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Foro July, 1942 - October, 1945. Pre pared at: Cambridge High and Latii Fisher Bi School. HERBERT F. LYNN, JR. Business Administration Marketing and Advertising 26 Greenough St., Brookline Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, May, 1943 - January, 1945. Prepared at: BrookUne High. JOHN C. MACK Engineering Mechanical 44 Stanton Rd., Brookline A.S.M.E. Prepared at: Browne Nichols. DAVID L. MacKENZIE Business Administration Industrial Relatic 137 Lynde St., Melrose Hockey 3, 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army Air For September, 1942 - May, 1943. Prepared at: Melrose High. JOHN S. MADDEN Business Administration Accounlint 12 Stuart St., Watertown Accounting Society. Service Record: U. S. Navy, July, 1943 May, 1946. Prepared at: Waltham High. WILLIAM J. MAHAR, JR. Bus. : Adn Stormville, N. Gamma Phi Kappa (Social Chairman); Freshman Honor List; Accounting Society. Service Record: U. S. Army, Ja 1943 - October, 1945. Prepared at: Pawling High, N. Y. ounting HAROLD J. MAHER Engineering Mechanii 32 Fairmount Ave., Wakefield A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, November, 1942 - December, 1945. Prepared at: Wakefield High. PAUL J. MAJOR Business Administration Accounting 37 Mt. Bowdoin Ter., Dorchester Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3, 4; Accounting Society; The Sigma Society 5. Service Record: U. S. Navy, August, 1942 - December, 1945. Prepared at: Manchester Central High, N. H. THOMAS C. MALLOY Business Administration Accounting 20 Pine Grove St., Milton Baseball (Manager 1); Basketball (Assist- ant Manager 1, 2, 3, Manager 5); Ac- counting Society. Service Record: V. S. Army, May, 1945 - November, 1946. Prepared at: Milton High. ALBERT A. MANZELLI Business Adn 5 Grove St., Boston Service Record: U. S. Army, October, 1942 - June, 1945. Prepared at: Boston English High. FARLEY MARCUS Business Admiaislration Marketing and Ad 217 Massachusetts Ave., ' Advertising Club. Service Reeord: U. S. Army, May, 1943 October, 1946. Prepared at: Lexington High. MARVIN S. MARCUS beral Arts 104 Eln Econo Hill Ave., Ro.sbury Hus-Skiers 3, 4, 5; Husky Key Society 3 4, 5; Chess Club 4, 5; Class Executivf Council 4, 5; Junior Prom Committee Senior Week Committee. Service Record: U. S. Army. D( 1943 - April, 1946. Prepared at: Roxbury Memorial High Amherst College. F. WAYNE MARTIN 30 South Central Av A.C.S. 4, 5; A.I.Ch.E. matics Club 4. Service Record: U. S. •■ rmy, April, 1943 - January, 1946. Prepared at: Quincy High. LLOYD M. MARTIN Business Administration Busine ss Manag. 48 Dartmouth St., Belmont Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3: S.A.M. (Treasurer 5); Class Treasurer 3; Class Executive Council 4, 5; C (Managing Editor 5). Service Record: U. S. Army, March, 1943 - February, 1946. Prepared at: Bradford Academy, Vt.: Burdett College; Grinnell College; Baylor University. ROLAND W. MARTINEAU Engineering Civil 15 Cleveland Rd., Salem N.U.C.E.S. Co-operative Work: General Electric Co Lynn — Engineering Aide. Service Record: U. S. Navy, July, 1942 December, 1945. Prepared at: Salem Classical High. M. FRANCIS MATTHEWS, JR. Business Administration Industrial Relations 45 Milwood St., Dorchester Gamma Phi Kappa; Baseball 2, 3, 4, (Captain 5); Hockey 3, 4; Hus-Skiers 2, 1943 - De. Prepared Hall Prep. rd: U. S. Army, March, nber, 1945. Arlington High; Mantor RUSSELL E. MATTSON Engineering Electrical 41 Fairfield St., Boston Cauldron 4, (Editor-in-Chief 5); A.I.E.E. 3, 4, 5; Class Executive Council 4. Service Record: U. S. Navy, August, 1939 - September, 1945. Prepared at: Ware High. Di THOMAS M. MAWN, JR; leral Arts Econo 51 Burlington St., Woburn an ' s List 2, 3; Finance Club 4 Hus-Skiers 4, 5; LR.C. 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army, Decerab 1943 - January, 1946. Prepared at: Keith Academy, Lowell. WILLIAM J. McCarthy ' Liberal Arts Sociology 16 Lambert St., Medford Choral Society 3, 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Navy, January, 1942 - October, 1945. Prepared at: Maiden Catholic High. PAUL A. McGREENERY Engineering Mechanical 159 Common St., Belmont A.S.M.E. 3, 4; Dean ' s List 3. Service Record: U. S. Army, June, 1944 - June, 1946. Prepared at: Belmont High; New York University; University of Maine. ROBERT W. McGUIRE Business Administration Business Managemcul 9 Creedvvay St., Taunton Service Record: V. S. Navy, October. 1942 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Taunton High; Wentworth ROBERT B. McINTYRE Engineering Mechanical 43 Colburn Rd., Wellesley Hills Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 4; Hockey 3, 4, 5; Baseball 4; A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5: Husky Key Society 4; Class Executixe Council 5. Service Record: U. S. Navy, December, 1942 - April, 1946. Prejmred at: Wellesley High. STEWART M. McKAX ral Arts E 9 Johns Ave., Holbrook ' : :. Phi Beta Alpha; Dean ' s List 3; Choral Society (Accompanist 1, 2, 3, 4, 5). Co-operative Work: Weymouth Art Leath- er Co., South Braintree — Lab Assistant. 1943 - Prepa, ■ Record: U. October, 1945 ed at: Sumner High Navy, Febri JOSEPH M. McKENZIE Engineering Electrical 295 Washington St., Weymouth Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, November, 1942 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Weymouth High. THOMAS J. McLaughlin Business Administration Business Managemen 3 Fountain St., Peabody S.A.M.; Debating Society. Prepared at: Peabody High; Hawthorn Institute, Salem. DONALD W. McPHAIL Engineering Chemical lOA Mineral St., Ipswich Beta Gamma Epsilon: Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; A.I.Ch.E. (President 4), 5; A.C.S. 4, 5; Tan Beta Pi (Corresponding Secretary 4, 5). Service ' Record: U. S. Army. October, 1944 - .July, 1946. I ' reliarcd at: Ipswich High. MELVIN MEDNICOFF Busines.i Administration Accounting 449 Washington St.. Haverhill Accounting Society. Service Record: V. S. Navy, July, 1942 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Haverhill High. EDWARD E. MEEKINS Business Administration Accounting Highet St., Woburn Service Record: U. S. Navy, December, 1943 - A ugust, 1946. Prepared at: Woburn High; Middlebury College. WILLIAM D. MELEDONES Business Administration Industrial Relatio: 39 Dwinnel St., West Roxbury Service Record: U. S. Army, Decembe 1942 - June, 1945. Prepared at: Boston English High. VICTOR E. MELLO 1309 Globe St., Fall River Gamma Phi Kappa; Freshman Honor List; 1 List 2, 3, 4, 5; Award 3, 4; A.C.S. 4, 5; A.I.C.E. 4, 5 dent 4, 5, Delegate Austin, Texas 5); St Who ' s Who in Ar Universities. Co-operative Work. Tau Beta Pi (Pri o 43rd Convention in irs B. Condit Award; erican Colleges and Eastern Gas Fuel Associates, Everett — Student Chemist. Service Record: U. S. Army, August, 1945 - July, 1947. Prepared at: Durfee High. JACK MELTZER Liberal Arls English-Jo 118 Damon Rd,, Medford Dean ' s List 3, 4; Nems 3, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army, Sepi 1942 - January, 1946. Prepared al: Winchester High of Georgia. SUMNER H. MENKEN Liberal Arts Malhemalics-PIl 55 ' 2 East Main St., Gloucester Service Record: V. S. Army, May, 1943 November, 1945. Prepared at: Gloucester High. ROBERT E. MERROW Liberal Arls Econ 4 North St., Manchester-By-The-Sea Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4. Service Record: V. S. Navy, August. 1942 - April, 1946. Prepared al: Essex High; University of Massachusetts; Harvard University. PHYLLIS MILGROOM Liberal Arts Englisli-Sociolog ' , 24 Auburn St., Brookline Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Choral Society 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Silver Masque 1, 2, (Treasurer 3), 4, 5; News 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Cauij ron Staff 5: News Short Story Contest Winner 3. Prepared at: Brookline High. MELVIN M. MILLER E„gir,e 59 Winston Rd. Elect Dorcheste A.LE.E. 3, 4, 5; Student Union 4: Masque 3; Cauldron 4, 5. Co-operative Work: Boston Edison Co Boiton— Laboratory Research Assistant. Prepared at: Boston Latin High. SHIRLEY E. MILLER Liberal Arls English 36 Hartwell St., Roxbury Omega Sigma; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; News 3, 4, 5; Silver Masque 2, 3, 4, 5; Cauldron Staff 5: Co-Author of Huskies Victory Day. Prepared al: Jeremiah E. Burke High. MORRIS MINDICK 10 Intervale St., Roxbury Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List A.LCh.E. 4, 5; Tau Beta Pi. Service Record: U. S. Army Air .May, 1943 - October, 1945. Prepared al : Boston Latin High. MILTON MIZNER Business Adm inistration Marketing and Advertising 8 Sanborn St., Peabody Student Union 4, 5; Hus-Skiers 4, 5; Ad- vertising Club 4, 5; Husky Key Society 2, 3, 4, 5; Class Executive Council 4; News 5. Service Record: U. S. Navy, June, 1944 - January, 1945. Prepared al: Peabody High. WILLIAM D. MOISAN Engineering Electrical 93 Crawford St., Lowell Cross Country 1, 2; Hus-Skiers 3, 4; A.LE.E. 3, 4, 5; I.R.E. 5. Co-operative Work: Heinze Electric Co., Lowell — Laboratory Technician. Prepared al: St. Joseph High. THEODORE H. MOLLER Engineering Chemical 53 Hawthorne St., Chelsea Freshman Honor List; A.LCh.E. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, March, 1943 - January, 1945. Prepared at : Chelsea High. SABATINO R. MONACO Engineering Aleckaiiical 734 Boston Post Rd., Weston A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army, October, 1941 - December, 1945. Prepared at: Weston High; Lincoln Tech- nical Institute. HERNANY MONTE ' Liberal Arts English-] oMalism 70 Thelma Ave., Somerset Center Service Record: U. S. Marine Corps, April, 1942 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Durfee High, Fall River. EDWARD C. MONTGOMERY Engineering Chcndcal 220 Grant St., Framingham Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; A.LCh.E. 5; Chess Club (Executive Council 1); Mathematics Club,- Tau Beta Pi 5. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, .Tune, 1942 - October, 1945. Prepared at: Framingham High; Lincoln Technical Institute. PAULA J. MOORE Lilural Arts English Winter St. , Kingston Student Council 2, 3, 4, 5, (Football Dance Committee 4, 5) ; Omega Sigma, (Social Chairman 5) ; Class Secretary 2, 3; Class Executive Council 2, 3, 4; Sopho- more Dance Committee; Middler Dance Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Cauldron Staff 5. Prepared at: Kingston High; Dean Junior College. JOHN MORGAN 5 Logan St., Lawren ce Freshm an Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Acc Society 4, 5. :iety 3 1, 4, 5; The Sigma Service 1943 - Record: December, U. S. 1945. Army, , February, Prepart ' d at: Law rence High. ROBERT J. MORLEY Engineering Industrial 34 Winton St., Roslindale S.A.M. Service Record: U. S. Army, May, 1941 - December, 1941; U. S. Navy, May, 1942 - August, 1945. Prepared at: Hyde Park High; Lincoln Technical Institute. HARLAN R. MORRILL Engineering Industrial 1 1 Long Av Beln S.A.M. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, October, 1942 - October, 1945. Prepared at: Belmont High. LIVINGSTON S. MOYSTON- Liberal Arts Sociology 2548 Washington St., Roxbury Track 5; Band 3, 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, May, i945 - October, 1946. Prepared at: Boston English High. DANIEL P. MULLINS Engineering Aiechanical Shipyard Lane, South Dartmouth Freshman Honor List; A.S.M.E. (Pro- gram Secretary 3, 4, 5); Tau Beta Pi. Service Record: U. S. Navy, March, 1943 - February, 1946. Prepared at: Dartmouth High. A. ROBERT W. MURRAY Liberal Arts Mathematics-Phy ' s. 6 Wellington Terr., Brookline Service Record: U. S. Army, June, 1944 - May, 1946. Prepared at: oklii High. JAMES A. MYRICK Business Administration Business Management 39 Larchmont Rd., Waban Hus-Skiers 4, 5; S.A.M. 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army, February, 1943 - February, 1946. Prepared at: Newton High. LEO p. NADEAU Business Administration Accounting Cascade, N. H. Accounting Society 3, 4, 3: Yacht Club 4, 5; S.A.M. 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army, January, 1943 - .N ' ovember, 1945. Prepared at: Gorham High, N. H. HENRY W. NASON Engineering 22 Mount Pleasant Ave Roxbury A.I.Ch.E.; Choral Society; Chapel Choir; Glee Club; University Barber Shop Quar- tette; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Service Record: U. S. Army, May, 1943 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Mechanic Arts High; Du- quesne University. MAURICE W. NATHAN Liberal Arts Go: 27 Glenville Ave., Allston Kappa Zeta Phi (Recording Secretary 4, Chairman of Athletic Committee) ; Dean ' s List 3; Track Team 2, 3, 4, 5; News 2; Accounting Club 1; I.R.C. 1. Service Record: U. S. Navy, March, 1945 - October, 1946. Prepared at: Boston English High. DAVID NEWMAN ess Administration Marketing and Adv 247 Winchester St., Brooklin Record: U. S. Army Air For, May, 1946 - April, 1947. Prepared at: Brookline High. Servi June, JOEL S. NEWMAN 20 Royal Rd., Beln f Record: U. S. Army Air Force, 1942 - July, 1945. red at: Boston English High. JOHN P. NOLAN Engineering Chemical 12 West High St., Avon Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 4; A.C.S. 4, 5; A.LCh.E. 5. Prepared at: Avon High. LEON V. O ' BRIEN Engineering Mechanical 147 Massachusetts Ave., Arlington A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army, May, 1942 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Arlington High. HENRY L. OCCHI Engineering Industrial 159 Mystic St., Arlington S.A.M. Service Record: U. S. Army, February, 1941 - January, 1946. Prepared at: Somerville High. GEORGE T. O ' CONNOR Engineering Electrical 105 Peterborough St., Boston Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 3, 4; A.I.E.E.; I.R.E.; Class Treasurer 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Coast Guard, De- cember, 1942 - October, 1945. Prepared at: Boston Latin High. Honor and Dea ciety; The Signr BERNARD T. ODEA Business Administration Accoui 514 Franklin St., Cambridge ' s List; Accounting Society 5. Service Record: U. S. Army Air ¥• October, 1942 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Cambridge Latin. JOSEPH F. O ' DONNELL Business Administration Marketing and Advertising 19 Hilden St., Dorchester Advertising Club. Service Record: U. S. Navy, June, 1943 - May, 1946. Prepared at: Mission Higii. SIDNEY OSTROWSKY Liberal Arts Biology 25 Hosmer St., Mattapan Dean ' s List 3, 4; Nil Beta 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army, May, 194.i - October, 1946. Prepared at: Boston English High. JAMES I. OTIS Liberal Arts I 28 Lenox St., Fitchburg A.C.S. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, October, 1942 - February, 1946. Prepared at: Fitchburg High. HAROLD J. O ' TOOLE Adr, stration Business Manage 20 Charles River Ter. Newton Highlands S.A.M. Service Ret July, 1943 Prepared at: Newton High. HENRY PACZKOWSKI Engineering Elect. 13 Carlton St., Salem Dean ' s List 3, 4; A.I.E.E. Prepared at: Salem High. JAMES D. PAPILE Business Administration Accounting 9 Henory St., Dorchester Gamma Phi Kappa; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Accounting Society; Football 1, 2, 3, (Captain 5); Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities; The Sigma Society 5. Service Record: U. S. Army, February, 1943 - May, 1946. Prepared at: Quincy High. PETER P. PATALANO Business Administration Accounting 55 Church St., Somerville Hus-Skiers 4, 5; Accounting Society 3, 4, 5; Husky Key Society 3, (Vice-Presi- dent 4, 5). Service Record: U. S. Army, August, 1943 - October, 1945. Prepared at: Somerville High. LAWRENCE W. PATRIQUIN Engineering Chem 9 Maynard Ave., North Seekonk A.I.Ch.E. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; A.C.S. 1, 2, ■al 4, 5; Chess Prepared at Club 1, 2, 3, 4. : Thornton Academy, Saco, VASILEOS I. PAVLOGLOU Business Administration Accounting 30 Beauchamp St., Springfield Gamma Phi Kappa: Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4, (Vice-President Division B 5); Account- ing Society 3, 4, 5; The Sigma Society 3, (Vice President 4, President 5); Aut hor of A ' . U. Hymn; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities; Class Vice- President 5; Sears B. Condit Award. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, November, 1942 - December, 1945. Prepared at : High School of Commerce, Springfield; Springfield Division of North- eastern. DAVID C. PEAK Business Administration Marketing and Adv. ertising 4 Gorham St., Cambridge Yacht Club. Co-operative Work: New England Gas S Electric Co., Cambridge— C eri. Service Record: U. S. Army, April, 194S - March, 1946. Prepared at: Cambridge Academy. JOHN O. PEARSON Engineering Industrial 36 Sissor Ave., Hartford, Conn. Pki Gamma Pi (Treasurer 2, President 4) ; Freshman Honor List: Dean ' s List 4; S.A.M. (President 4, Vice-President 5); Interfraternity Council 4. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, November, 1942 - December, 1945. Prepared at: Hartford High. PHYLLIS M. PEPIN Liberal Arts Chemistry 1141 Hyde Park Ave., Hyde Park Omega Sigma 1, 2, 3, (Treasurer 4, 5); Student Union (Cabinet 3, 4, 5); News 1; Cauldron Junior Staff; A.C.S. 2, (Sec- retary 3, 4, 5) ; Mathematics Club (Sec- retary 3, 4); Chess Club 1, 2; Choral Society 2, 3, 4. Co-operative Work: Lever Brothers Co., Cambridge — Control Chemist. Prepared at: Hyde Park High. WALTER S. PERKINS Liberal Arts English-Journalis, 34 Park St., South Hamilton Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; News (Featui Editor 5). Service Record: U. S. Army, June, 194 - March, 1946. Prepared at: Hamilton High. LOUIS PERLMAN 51 Shepard St., Lynn Record: U. S. Navy, March, 1941 October, 1945. ' reparcd at: Lynn Cla al High. MORREY PERLMUTTER Business Adininistration Marketing and Advertising 280 Ward St., Newton Centre Dance Band. Prepared at: Boston English High. JOSEPH PERRONCELLO Business Administration Accounting 109 Pleasant St., Cohasset Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Accounting Society 3, (Vice-President 4), 5; The Sigma Society 3, 4, (Vice- President 5). Service Record: V. S. Army Air Force, November, 1942 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Cohasset High; Bryant and Stratton. WALDO E. PERRY Liberal Arts History-Go 44 McKinley Ave., Lowell Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Baseball 1; News 5; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities: The Academy (President 5); De- bating Society 5. Service Record: U. S. Army, January, 1942 - May, 1946. Prepared at: Holden High. WARREN PETERKOFSKY isiness Adn Iration Accounting 233 Warren St., Roxbury Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Accounting Society; The Sigma Society; Silver Masque; Dance Band. Prepared at: Boston Public Latin High. GEORGE R, PETERS tsiness Administration Marketing and Advertising 2 Powellton Rd., Dorchester ■eshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3; us-Skiers 2, 3, 4, 5; Husky Key Society 3, 4, 5; Advertising Club 3, 4, 5. cpared at: Roxbury Memorial High. LEWIS W. PICKETT, JR. Admiiuslralwi 139 First St., 1940 - June, 1945. Pre payed at: Melro Melrose S. Army, October High. JOSEPH M. PIEMONTE, Liberal Arli Hnlory-GovernMenl 11 Prescott St., Salem Freshman Honor List: Dean ' s List 2, ' i: Camera Club 4. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, November, 1942 - October, 1945. Prepared at: Salem High. ROLAND H. PINEL, JR. Engineering Indmlrwl 45 Spear St., Ouincy Cauldron.- S.A.M. 4, 5; Yacht Club 1. 2, 3, 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army, February. 1943 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Thayer Academy. GLEN E. POORTE 6 Walte Somer ille A.I.E.E. Service Record: U. S. Navy, September, 1942 - October, 1945. Prepared at: Ogden High, Odgen, Utah EDWIN H. POTISH Liberal Arts 74 Lucerne St., Boston Kappa Zela Phi (Corresponding Scribe) Track 2; Student Council I: Neics 1 Inter- ' raternity Council 3; Rifle Club 1 Choral Society 1. Service Record: U. S. Navy, June, 1945 February, 1946. Prepared at: Dorchester High. JACKSON S. POTTER Business Administration Business Management 24 Church Green, Taunton Dean ' s List 4; S.A.M. 5. Co-operative Work: Second National Bank, Boston — Messenger. Service Record: U. S. Marine Corps, March, 1943 - February, 1946. Prepared at: Taunton High; Dartmouth College. EDWARD J. POVILAITIS Engineering Mechanical 36 Enterprise St., Brockton Dean ' s List 2; A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Navy, July, 1944 - October, 1945. Prepared at: Brockton High; Dartmouth WILLIAM H. POWERS Engineering Electri 8 Ruskin St., West Roxbury A.LE.E. 4, 5: Baseball 4, 5. Prepared at: Roxbury Memorial High, De LEE E. PRAY ■ss Administration Business Management 18 Cumberland St., Boston i List 2; A.I.Ch.E.; S.A.M.; Chess Club. Co-operative Work: N.Y., N.H. H. RR. Co., Hartford, Conn.— Transitman. Service Record: U. S. Army, December, 1942 - January, 1946. Prepared at: Bar Harbor High, Maine NA NCY J. PRESTON Omega Sigma 1; CI; (Secretary 5). Prepared at: Medfield High dness Management Medfield Cabinet 1; S.A.M ARTHUR L. QUAGLIERI Engineering Civil 56 Woodbine St., Boston Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4,- N.U.C.E.S. (Secretary 4, 5) ; Tau Beta Pi (Treasurer 4, 5); Rifle Club I. Co-operative Work: Camp, Dresser McKee, Boston— an or Engineer. Prepared at: Boston Latin High. CHARLES W. RALEIGH Engineering Chemical 951 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army, March, 1942 - December, 1945. Prepared at : Brookline High. JUDSON S. RAWDING, JR. Business Administration Business Management Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3; S.A.M. Service Record: U. S. Navy, November, 1942 - November, 1946. Prepared at: Swampscott High; Burdett College. CHARLOTTE REINES Liberal Arts 80 Sutherla id Rd., Brighto Omega Sigma (Vice-President 4, 5): Freshman Honor List: Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4: News 3, 4, 5; The Academy (Secretary- Treasurer): Silver Masque 1, 2, 3: Psycho- logical Society 5; Class Executive Council Prepared at: Latin High. MATTHEW J. REISER Engineering Mechanical 92 Lincoln St., Hartford, Conn. Phi Gamma Pi (President 4, Vice-Presi- dent 4, Treasurer 3, 5); Freshman Honor List: Dean-s List 2, 3, 4; News 4; A.S.M.E. 3, ,4, 5,(Chairman 4): Tau Beta Pi (Vice-President 4), 5; Class Vice- President 4; Public Speaking Contest Win- ner 4; N. U. Veterans Association (Presi- dent 4) ; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Service Record: V. S. Army. January, 1941 - January, 1946. Prepared at: Hartford Public High. JOSEPH A. REMMES Engineering Electrical 162 Mcdford St., Charlestown A.I.E.E. Service Record: U. S. Navy, November 1941 - November, 1945. Prepared at: St. James High; Lincoln Technical Institute. LEON J. RICARDI ngmeenng Electrical 51 Summer St., Natick reshman Honor List: Dean ' s List 2, 3, .A.I.E.E. (Class Representative 5): Tan eta Pi; Band 2, 3; Dance Band 3, 4, 5. •rvice Record: U. S. Army Air Force, ine, 1943 - July, 1945. repared at: Natick High; Kent College, MIRIAM RICEMAN Liberal Arts Psychology 70 Wallingford Rd., Brighton Omega Sigma 1, 2, (Chairman of Publicity Committee 3. 4, 5) : Student Union Cabi- net 3, 4, 5: Yacht Club 3, 4, 5; Chora! Society 3. 4; Psychological Society 3 4 5: Chess Club 1. Prepared at: Brighton High. ARTHUR P. RICH Engine 82 S St., Stoneham Phi Beta Alpha (Treasurer 5); N.U.C.- E.S.; N.E.S.C.E. (Secretary-Treasurer). Service Record: U. S. Naval Air Corps and U. S. Army Air Force, September, 1942 - October, 1945. Prepared at: Stoneham High; University of Alabama. RALPH S. RICKETSON 1 Edwards Ave., Taunt. Ho De 2, 3, 4; A.S.M.E. (Social Chairman 5). Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, May, 1942 - November, 1945. Prepared at : Taunton High. KENNETH J. RITCHIE Engineering Electrical 162 Rosseter St., Dorchester Student Union 3, 4, 5; Cauldron 3, 4, 5: Hus-Skiers 3, 4, 5: A.I.E.E. 3, 4, 5; Chess Club 1, 2. Service Record: U. S. Navy, June, 1945 - August, 1946. Prepared at: Boston English High. ALEC ROBERTSON Engineering Chemii 170 Safford St., Wollaston Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 3, 4; A.I.Ch.E.; J.V. Basketball. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Fori August, 1941 - November, 1945. Prepared at: North Quincy High. PHILIP J. ROCK Engineering Mechanical 35 Central St., Byfield Student Council 1, 4, 5; A.S.M.E. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, January, 1943 - September, 1945. Prepared at: Newburyport High. WESTLEY G. ROLLINS, JR. Business Administration Marketing and Advertising 481 Commonwealth Ave., Boston Freshman Honor List; Hus-Skiers 1, 2, (President 3, Treasurer 4, 5); Husky Key Society 2, (Publicity Chairman 3, Presi- dent 4, 5); Silver Masque 1, 2, 3, 4, (Program Chairman 5); Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Colleges and Universities. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, February, 1942 - August, 1945. Prepared at: Towle High, Newport, N. H.; University of New Hampshire. HENRY H. ROSS Business Administration Accounting 25 Cabot St., Newton Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Accounting Society 3, 4, 5; The Sigma Society 4, 5. Service Record: V. S. .Vmy .Air Force. September, 1943 - March, 1946. Prepared at: Roxbury Memorial High. LOUIS A. ROSSI, JR. Business Administration Industrial Relations 89 Birch St., Fitchburg Hus-Skiers 2, 3, (Publicity Committee Chairman 4, 5; Winter Carnival Chair- man 4; Editor " Ski-Shots " 4) ; Husky Key Society 4, 5; Senior Week Committee. Service Record: U. S. Naval Air Corps, February, 1943 - September, 1945. Prepared at: Fitchburg High; Williams College; Colgate University; University of North Carolina. SHELDON RUBIN Business Administration Marketing and Advertising Shorefront Park, South Norwalk, Conn. Baseball 2; Neivs 4; Advertising Club 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, September, 1943 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Norwalk High; Norwich University. RODNEY J. RUDDIMAN Bus, Adn Management 61 Aerial St., Arlington Hus-Skiers 3, (Vice-President 4, 5); S.A.M. 3, 4; Husky Key Society 3, 4, (Vice-President 5); Silver Masque 3, (Production Manager 4, President 5). Service Record: U. S. Navy, July, 1943 - January, 1945. Prepared at: Arlington High; Napa Junior College, Calif. NEWTON W. RUGGLES Business Administration Business Management 3 Fairview Ave., Derry, N. H. S.A.M. 5. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, December, 1942 - February, 1946. Prepared at: Waltham High. ALBERT L. RUNGE 298 Centre St., J iman Honor List; Plain s List 2, 3, 4; Sears B. Condit Award; Accounting Society 2, (President 3), 4, 5; The Sigma Society 4, 5; Yacht Club 2, 3, 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army, October, 1942 - September, 1945. Prepared at: Boston Commerce High; Bentley School of Accounting and Finance. ROBERT E. RUTTER Business Administration Industrial Relatii 455 Beacon St., Boston Track 1; Hus-Skiers 2, 3; I.R.C. Seriice Record: U. S. Army, Janua 1941 - July, 1945. Prepared at: Dor( High. JOHN P. RYAN Business Administration Industrial Relations 42 Sunnyside Ave., Winthrop Phi Beta Alpha; Freshman Track; Cross Country (Manager 3, 4, 5) ; Track (Man- ager 3, 4, 5); S.A.M.; Husky Key Society 3, 4; Band 1; Vice-President of Class of 1945. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, December, 1941 - August, 1945. Prepared at: Winthrop High. EDMUND P. RYBICKI Business Administration Accounting 159 Broadway St., Boston Freshman Honor List ; Dean ' s List 2 : Accounting Society 3, 4, 5; S.A.M. 4, 5; Class Executive Council 4. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force. November, 1942 - April, 1945. Prepared at: Manchester Central High, N. H. BERNICE A. SACKS al Arts Pre-M; 24 Arbutus St., Dorchester i. Dean ' s List 4; News 3, 4, 5: Omega Sigma 1, 2, 3; {Room Committee Chairman 4, 5); Yacht Club 1; Silver Masque 2, 3, 4, 5; Psychological Society 3, 4, 5. Prepared at: Girl ' s Latin. JOSEPH G. SAKEY Liberal Arts Modern Langu ' t , 64 Mt. Vernon St., Cambridge Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2; Tennis Team 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Husky Key Society 4, 5; Hus-Skiers 3, 4, 5; Class Secretary I; Class Treasurer 2; Class Ex- ecutive Council 3, 4, 5; Prom Committee 2, 3, 4. Service Record: U. S. Army, September, 1943 - February, 1945. Prepared al: Boston Latin High. ANTHONY G. SANDONATO Engineering Civil 10 Oak St., Quincy N.U.C.E.S. Service Record: V. S. Army, July, 1943 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Quincy High. GEORGE B. SANFORD, JR. Engineering Electrical 224 High St., Taunton Dean ' s List 2; A.I.E.E. Service Record: U. S. Navy, August, 1943 - April, 1946. Prepared al: Taunton High. MAYNARD E. SCHMITZ Liberal Arts Mathematics-Physics 20 Livingston St., Pittsfield, Maine Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; The Academy 5. Service Record: U. S. Army, April, 1943 - February, 1946. Prepared at: Skowhegan High, Maine ALBERT W. SCRIBNER Engineering Mechanical 66 Warren Rd., Framingham A.S.M.E.; Chai rman of Program Com- mittee, A.S.M.E Service Record: U. S. Army, May, 1943 - January, 1946. Prepared at: Fr mingham High; Clemson College; North Carolina State College. ARTHUR SEGALL Liberal Arts English- Journalism 153 Strathmore Rd., Brighton News (Advertising Manager 2, 3, 4, 5). Prepared at: Boston English High. RALPH W. SEXTON Engineering Meclianical 15 Longfellow Rd., Arlington Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; A.S.M.E.; News 5; Tau Beta Pi 5. Service Record: U. S. Army, April, 194:( - April, 1946. Prepared at: Arlington High. MARTIN SHAFFER Liberal Arts English 38 Evelyn Rd., Everett Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4. Service Record: U. S. Army, May, 1942 - February, 1946. Prepared at: Everett High. MITCHELL E. SHAHEEN Engineering Chemical 117 St. Botolph St., Boston A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, July, 1943 - March, 1946. Prepared at: Boston English High. HARRY J. SHALVARJIAN Engineering Industrial 877 Huntington Ave., Boston Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 3, 4; Student Council 4, 5; S.A.M. (Executive Committee 3, President 4, 5); Engineer- ing Societies Council 5; Class President 4, 5; Who ' s Who Committee 5; Co- Chairman Unity Council. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, September, 1942 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Haverhill High. CLARENCE M. SHAPIRO Engineering Electrical 87 Walcott St., Maiden JOHN S. SHARKEY Business Administration Accounting 35 Amherst St., Roslindale Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Accounting Society; The Sigma Society 5. Service Record: U. S. Army, June, 1943 - September, 1945. Prepared at: Braintree High; Kent State University. JOSEPH T. SHAUGHNESSY Engineer! e Mechanical 19 Lan :aster Ave., Revere A.S.M.E. Service R January, 1944 : U. S. Army Air - November, 1945 Force, Prepared Prep. at: Reve re High; St. John ' s H. LAURENCE SHERMAN Business Administration Marketing and Advertising 17 Franklin St., Wakefield Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, February, 1943 - February, 1946. Prepared at: Reading High. GERALD L. SHERWOOD Engineering Chemical R. F. D. 2, Middletown, N. Y. Nu Epsilon Zela (Pledgemaster 2, 4, Grand Scribe 3) ; Cauldron Junior Staff; A.I.Ch.E.; A.C.S. Co-operative Work: First National Stores, SomerviWe— Laboratory Technician. Prepared at: Middletown High. THOMAS SHEVOR Liberal Arts 25 W Freshma St. Psychology Dedham Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Sears B. Condit Award; Hus-Skiers 2, 3; Husky Key Society 3, 4; Psychological Society 3, 4; Chess Club 3, 4; I.R.C. 3, 4; The Academy 5. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, January, 1942 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Dedham High. PAUL SHOER Liberal Arts Chemutif 32 Rock Ave., Svvampscott Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3. 4; Cauldron 4; A.C.S. (President 5). Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, May, 1942 - December, 1945. Prepared at: Salem High: Montana State College. FRANCIS R. SHOLOCK lineering Ctid 57A Jefferson Ave., Chelsea in ' s List 3, 4; N.U.C.E.S. vice Record: U. S. Army, June, 1943 - December, 1945. Prepared at: Chelsea High. JOSEPH SHULMAN Liberal Arts Chemistry 175 Glenway St., Dorchester Sigma Kappa Psi; Freshman Honor List: Dean ' s List 3; A.C.S. 3, 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Array, February. 1943 - February, 1946. Prepared at: Roxbury Memorial High: Lehigh University. LEON M. SHULMAN Business Administration Accounting 44 Coolidge St., Brookline Freshman Honor List; Deans List 2, 3; Baseball 2; Hus-Skiers 5; Accounting So- Service Record: U. S. Army, July, 1943 - September, 1945. Prepared at: Brookline High. GEORGE E. SIDERIS Ad,r Marketing and Advertising 242 Cedar St., Ma N. H. Phi Beta Alpha 3, 4, 5; Freshman Honor List: Student Union 3, 4, 5; Hus-Skiers 3, 4, 5; Husky Key Society 4, 5; Silver Masque 3, 4; Advertising Club 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army, February, 1942 - September, 1945. Prepared at: Manchester Central High; N. H. School of Accounting and Finance. CHESTER SIEGAL al Arts Pre-Medical 142 Ellington St., Dorchester •s List 2, 3, 4; I.R.C.; Nu Beta, ce Record: U. S. Army, February, - November, 1946. ired at: Roxbury Memorial High. HARRY SILVERSTEINi 438 Bryant St., Malde List 2, 4; Freshman Honor List; Track 1; A.C.S. Co-operative Work: Barrett Division, Al- lied Chemical Dye Corp., Maiden— Laboratory Assistant; Boston Varnish Co., Everett — Laboratory Assistant; First National Stores, Somerville — Laboratory Assistant. Prepared at: Maiden High. HERBERT C. SINGLE Enguieering Electrical 233 Roslindale Ave., Roslindale De 4) an ' s List 2; A.LE.E. (Vice-Chairma LR.E. Se Ju vice Record: U. S. Navy, May, 1944 ne, 1946. Pr ' pared at: Boston College High. CHRISTOPHER C. SKAMBIS Engi neering Mechanical 44 Kempton St., Boston A.S.M.E. Co-operative Work: General Electric Co., West Lynn — Tool Designer. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, November, 1942 - March, 1946. Prepared at: Boston Technical High. RUSSELL F. SKINNER Engineering Mechan 58 Oakcliff Rd., Newtonville A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Navy, June, 1 - June, 1946. Prepared at: Newton High. ROBERT C. SMITH Liberal Arts Pre-Meii 38 East Springfield St., Boston Dean ' s List 3. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, November, 1943 - February, 1945. Prepared at: Manual Training High, Mus- kogee, Okla. JOSEPH T. SNOOK Engineering Cl 110 Cottage Park Rd., Winthrop A.I.Ch.E. Co-cperative Work: Bigelow-Sanford C; pet Co., Thompsonville, Conn.; A. Little, Inc., Cambridge, Mass. Service Record: U. S. Army, Septembi 1943 - September, 1946. Prepared at: Winthrop High. HAROLD S. SOSSEN Engineering Electrical 59 Mascot St., Dorchester A.I.E.E. 3. Service Record: U. S. Navy, July, 1943 - April, 1946. Prepared at: Dorchester High. WILLIAM L. SPIX Liberal Arts Chem 60 Tyler St., Lowell A.C.S. Service Record: U. S. Coast Guard, ruary, 1942 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Adrian High, Michigan. Archibald D. Standley, Jr. Engineering Median 20 Charles St., Beverly A.S.M.E. Co-operative Work: General Electric ( l,ynr — Tool and Die Designer. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Fo October, 1942 - January, 1946. Prepared at: Beverly High. JOHN F. STANTON Liberal Arts So 150 Euclid Ave., Lynn Dean ' s List 2; Psychological Society 1, 2, 3, (Treasurer 4, Vice-President 5). Service Record: U. S. Army, October, 1943 - December, 1945. Prepared at: Lynn Classical High. HAROLD G. STARR Business Administration Account ing 22 Abbot St., Dorchester Sigma Kappa Psi (Comptroller); Dean ' s List 2, 4; Accounting Society; Interfrater- nity Council 2, 3, 4, 5. Co-operative Work: General Electric Co., Lynn — Production Clerk, Service Record: U. S. Army, November, 1943 - April, 1945. Prepared at: Chelsea High. EDWARD A. STEEVES Engineering Industrial 78 South Huntington Ave., Jamaica Plain Freshman Honor List; News 4, (Managing Editor 5) ; Cauldron Staff 5; Senior Week Committee. Service Record: U. S. Army, September, 1940 - January, 1946. Prepared at: Peters High, Southboro. BERNARD R. STEIN Liberal Arts Chemist 11 Hillside St., Roxbury Dean ' s List 4; A.C.S. ; Mathematics Club; A.V.C. Service Record: U. S. Army, November, 1945 - January, 1947. Prepared at: Boston Public Latin High. nistry HERBERT M. STEW Econo Chester al Arts 56 Winston Rd Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; News 1, 2, 3, 4; Cauldron Staff 5; Advertising Club 4, 5; Silver Masque 1, 2, 3, 4; l.R.C. I, 2, 4, 5. Prepared at: Boston English High. SUMNER S. STEINBERG Psychology Lawrence Liberal Arts 39 Pearl St 2, 3, 4; Husky Club 2, 3, 4; 3, 4, 5; I.R.C. Dean ' s List 2; Hus-Skiei Key Society 3, 4; Che. Psychological Society 2, 3, 4. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Fore July, 1944 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Lawrence High; Clark Un versity. ARLENE P. STERN x Liberal Arts History-Governvient 57 Stratton St., Dorchester Omega Sigma 1, 2, (President 3, 4, 5); Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Sears B. Condit Award; Ford Scholarship; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4. 5; News 1, 3, 4, 5; Silver Masque 1, (Vice-President 2, President 3), 4, 5; Who ' s Who m American Colleges and Universities; Omega Sigma Woman of the Year Award. Prepared at: Dorchester High. MILTON STERN Engine 14 Wiln St., Mattapa Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; A.C.S.; A.I.Ch.E. (Vice-President ); Tau Beta Pi: Sears B. Condit Award; Fresh- man Scholarship; Rifle Club 1. Service Record: U. S. Navy, March, 1945 - August, 1946. Prepared at: Boston English High. EDWARD D. SULLIVAN Business Administration Accounting 392 Reedsdale Rd., Milton Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3; Accounting Society. Service Record: U. S. Navy, March, 1942 - October, 1945. Prepared at: South Boston High. ARCHIE N. SWASEY Engineering Mechanical 76 Queens Ave., Stratford, Conn. Alpha Kappa Sigma; A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5. Co-operative Work: General Electric Co., Bridgeport, Conn. — Draftsman. Service Record: U. S. Army, April, 1943 - January, 1946. Prepared at: Stratford High. ELIZABETH A. TARBOX Liberal Arts Biology Hesperus Ave., Magnolia Dean ' s List 3; Student Union 3; Psych logical Society 5; Nu Beta 5. Prepared at: Girl ' s High. EUNICE TAVARES Liberal Arts English 476 South Second St., New Bedford Dean ' s List 4, 5. Prepared at: New Bedford High. ALEXANDER N. TEDESCO Engineering Industrial 249 Auburn St., Auburndale Nu Epsilon Zela; Baseball 1; Football 4; Hus-Skiers 2, 3, 4, 5; A.S.M.E.; S.A.M. Co-operative Work: U. S. Army Engin- eers, Holyoke — Engineering Aide. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, June, 1944 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Newton High; Huntington Prepared at: Boston College. ARISTIDES S. TENTAS Liberal Arts Sociology 206 Cedar St., Manchester, N. H. Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 3. Service Record: U. S. Army, September, 1942 Prep, - October, 1945. ired at: Manchester Central High. ROBERT C. THAYER Liberal Arts Chen 25 High St., Seymour, Conn. Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s Lis A.C.S. 4, 5. Prepared at: Seymour High. JOSEPH W. THOMPSON Business Administration Business Managemen 97 Parsons St., Brighton Dean ' s List 4; S.A.M. Service Record: U. S. Navy, July, 1943 March, 1946. Prepared at: Brighton High. ROBERT B. THOMSON Engine South St., Harwichport Nu Epsilon Zeta 2, 3, (Grand Master 4, 5); Cross Country 2; Student Union 1, 2; Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 3, (President 4, 5, Ski Team 4, 5) ; Yacht Club 3; S.A.M. 5. Co-operative Work: Boston Gear Works. Quincy— Production Planner. Service Record: U. S. Army, December, 1942 - July, 1946. Prepared at: Quincy High. JOHN R. THURELL, JR. Engineering Electrical 5 Vincent Terr., Saugus Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; A.LE.E. 2, 3, 4; Tau Beta Pi 4, 5. Co-operative Work: Allis Chalmers Mfg. Co. Service Record: U. S. Army, August, 1944 - January, 1947. Prepared at: Saugus High. WILLIAM J. TIMMINS Engineering Electrical 5 Holbrook Ave., Dorchester JOSEPH J. TOTARO Administration Marketing and Advertising 68 Devens St., Greenfield Basketball I; Husky Key Society 3, 4; Advertising Club 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army, April 1943 - October, 1945. Prepared at: Greenfield High. ARNOLD TREHUB al Arts Psychology 55 Evelyn St., Mattapan De; 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Psycho- -President 3, Presi- n American Colleges logical Society (Vi dent 4) ; h ho ' s Wh and Universities. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, April, 1943 - March, 1946. Prepared at: Roxbury Memorial High. JOHN A. TUCKER Engineering Electrical 18 Edmunds Rd., Wellesley Hills Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Freshman Council; A.LE.E. 4, 5; Tau Beta Pi (Vice-President 4, 5) ; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, October, 1942 - January, 1946, Prepared at: Wellesely High; University of Missouri ROBERT E. TULLY Business Administration Accounting 1191 Boylston St., Boston Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Neivs I; Accounting Society 3, 4, 5; The Sigma Society 4, 5; Freshman Cabi- net; Prom Committee 1. Co-operative Work: Pepperell Manufactur- ing Co., Boston — Inventory Control Clerk. Service Record: U. S. Army, April, 1943 - January, 1946. Prepared at: Boston Commerce High; Fordham University. LAWRENCE B. TURNBERG Engineering Electrical 1 Lawn St., Roxbury Dean ' s List 2; A.LE.E. 3, 4, 5. Co-operative Work: U. S. Automatic Box Co., Roslindale — Machinist. Service Record: U. S. Coast Guard, March, 1943 - May, 1946. Prepared at: Mechanic Arts High. PHYLLIS I. UDELSOI y Liberal Arts Psychology 44 Dolphin Rd., Newton Choral Society 1, 2; Student Union 3; Psychological Society 3, 4. Prepared at: Newton High. ROBERT M. VAN VLIET Engineering Chemical 53 Evans St., Watertown Dean ' s List 2, 3; A.I.Ch.E.; A.C.S.; Tau Beta Pi. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, January, 1943 - August, 1946. Prepared at: Oakwood High, Poughkeep- sie, N. Y.; Guilford College, N. C. ARISTIDES F. VIEGAS 289 Elm St., Cambridge A.S.M.E. Co-operative Work: Myrbeck Jacobs, Quincy — Draftsman. Service Record: U. S. Army, June, 1943 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Rindge Technical High. PERRY G. VIENOT Business Administration Marketing and Advertising 15 Vaille Ave., Lexington Nu Epsiton Zeta; Student Council 5; Student Union 4, 5; Cauldron Junior Staff 3, 4, (Business Manager 5); Class Executive Council 3, 4; Advertising Club 4, 5; Senior Week Committee. Service Record: U. S. Navy, April, 1946 - January, 1947. Prepared at: Lexington High. JOSEPH J. VOCI Engineering Cliemical 11 Hillside Ave., Saugus Dean ' s List 4; A.C.S. i; A.LCh.E. 4. Service Record: U. S. Navy, December, 1942 - August, 1945. Prepared at: Lynn English High. GEORGE R. WALSH Business Administration Marketing and Advertising 47 Avalon Rd., West Roxbury Husky Key Society 4; Yacht Club 1; Class Executive Council 5. Service Record: U. S. Marine Corps, July, 1942 - May, 1946. Prepared at: Boston English High. JOSEPH D. WEENE Liberal Arts Psychology 313 Warren St., Roxbury Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Psychological Society (Treasurer 4, President 5); Chess Club 2, 3, 4, 5; Choral Society 2, 3, 4. Service Record: U. S. Army, January, 1946 - December, 1946. Prepared at: Roxbury Memorial High. WILLIAM N. WEIL Business Administration Accounting 30 Milford St., Hartford, Conn. Accounting Society 3, 4, 5; Husky Key Society 4, 5; Chess Club 2, 3, 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Navy, July, 1943 - July, 1945. Prepared at: Weaver High, Hartford. ARTHUR K. WELLS, JR. Engineering Mechanical 71 Kingsbury St., Wellesley A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Navy, July, 1942 - February, 1946. Prepared at: Wellesley High. ROBERT E. WESSELHOFF Engineering Mechanical 1980 Commonwealth Ave., Brighton Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4: A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5; Band 4. Service Record: U. S. Navy, February, 1943 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Cooley High. JAQUELYNN B. WEST. Liberal Arts Sociology 3 Way PL, Roxbury Omega Sigma; News 3; Choral Society 2, 3, 4. Prepared at: Roxbury Memorial High; Berkeley Prep. HOWARD J. WHITE Engini tering Mechanical 22 Royal St., Lawrence A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5. Co-op. sratiue Work: Johns-Mi mville Co., Nashu a, N. n.—Dr aft, iman. Service e Record: U. s. Army, December, 1942 - March, 1946. Prepai ■ed at: Centr, al Catholi c High. ELLIOTT G. WHITNEY Eiiginccriug Electi 5 Ryder St., North Dartmouth A.I.E.E. Sermce Record: U. S. Army Air Force January, 1943 - February, 1946. Prepared at: Middleboro Memorial High WALTER J. WILKINSON Engineering Chen 12 Trinity St., New Bedford A.I.Ch.E. 3, 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Marine Corps January, 1942 - September, 1945. Prepared at: New Bedford High. JOSEPH F. WILLARD Engineering Civil 19 Linden St., Rockland Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 4; N.U.C.E.S.; Mathematics Club 3. Service Record: U. S. Navy, May, 1945 July, 1946. Prepared at: Roclcland High. WARREN J. WILLETTE Liberal Arts Mathematia-Phy 101 Park Ave., South Weymouth Mathematics (Captain 3); Husky Key Society 3, Club 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, Class Executive Council Service Record: U. S. Army, March, 1942 - March, 1946. Prepared at: Middleboro High; Hawley School. LYNDE G. WILLIAMS Engineering Mechanical Ward Rd., Southboro A.S.M.E. (Treasurer 3, 4, 5); Newsletter Editor, Class of ' 45. Co-operative Work: Harwood Quincy Machine Co., Worcester. Service Record: U. S. Army, September, 1942 - May, 1946. Prepared al: Boston Public Latin High. STANWOOD R. WILLIAMS Engineering Chemical 32 Centre St., Brookline A.I.Ch.E. 3, 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Navy, June, 1945 - April, 1946. Prepared at: Brookline High; Bucknell L niversity; Franklin and Marshall College. DAVID L. WILMARTH ' Liberal Arts Biology 815 Concord Turnpike, Arlington Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3. Service Record: V. S. Army, May, 1943 - May, 1946. Prepared at: Arlingtoi Hopkins University; Dr Technology. High ; John xel Institute o LESTER E. WILSON Engineering Mechanical 33 Corey St., Charlestown Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Navy, March, 1943 - June, 1945. Prepared al: Mechanics High. EDWARD F. WINSLOW Engineering Mechanical 45 Elm St., Quincy January, 1943 - November, 1! Prepared at: Braintree High. MERTON W. WOLF Business Adminhtration Ac 77 Harvard St., Chelsea Accounting Society 3, 4, 5: 1; Rifle Club 1. Prepared at: Chelsea High J. ALVIN WOLFF Business Administration 32 Long Ave., Allston Accounting Society; Husky Key Society 5; Yacht Club 1. Service Record: V. S. Army Air Fi December, 1942 - March, 1946. Prepared at: Boston English High. LEROY A. WORRELL Liberal Arts Biology 1 Wakullan St., Roxbury Dean ' s List 2, 3. Prepared at: Saint Simon ' s High, King- ston, Jamaica, British We SIDNEY WORTZMAN Engineering Elect 277 Humboldt Ave., Freshman A.LE.E. 3 Co-operati, Service Rt - Jun. Prepa lonor List; 4, 5. ? Work: Boston Edison Co. S. Navy, July, 1944 , 1946. ed at: Roxbury Memorial High JOANNE L. WOSTREL Liberal Arts English 28 Orchard Ave., Waban Dean ' s List 4; Neit ' s (Feature Editor 3, 4, 5); Omega Sigma. Service Record: U. S. Coast I November, 1944 - May, 1946. Prepared at: Sherborn High; Boston L ' ni- versity. JOSEPH A. WROBEL Liberal Arts Chemistry 37 Bennett St., Manchester Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, February. 1943 - September, 1945. Prepared at: Story High. WILLIAM C. WYMAN Engineering Mechanical 22 Winthrop St., West Newton A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4. Service Record: U. S. Navy, February, 1943 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Lenox School. WILLIAM E. YALDEN Liberal Arts Pre-Medtcal 84 Coolidge St., Brookline Track 1; News 1, 2; Cauldron Staff 4; Nu Beta (Treasurer 4) ; Cosmopolitan Club 1, 2: Public Speaking Contest Win- ner 2. Record: U. S. Army, December, 1945 - January, 1947. Prepared at : Brooklini MAYNARD L. YOUNG, JR. Business Administration Marketing and Advertising Rye Beach, N. H. Phi Beta Alpha: Student Union 4, 5; Cauldron Staff 5; Advertising Club 4, 5. Service Record: U. S. Army, April, 1943 - December, 1944. Prepared at: Portsmouth High, N. H.; University of New Hampshire. CLIFFORD F. YOUSE i -.(j Administration Marketing and Advert White Horse Beach, Plymouth r Masque 4; Rifle Club 1. Re U. S. Ma October, 1942 - May, 1944. Prepared at: Plymouth High; High; Huntington Prep. e Corps, Holyoke STANLEY W. ZIOLKOWSKI Engineering Mechanical 102 Commercial St., Lynn A.S.M.E. Seri ' ice Record: U. S. Navy. November. 1940 - September, 1945. Prepared at: Lynn Classical High; Went- worth Institute. EDWARD J. DUFFY, JR. Liberal Arts Economics 29 Bellington St., Arlington LR.C. 3. Service Record: U. S. Marine Corps, June, . 1944 - July, 1946. Prepared at: Arlington High. SAM BAKNAUSKASi Liberal Arts mology 166 Wilson St., Haverhill Service Record: U. S. .Army Air Force, March, 1942 - December, 1945. Prepared at: Haverhill High. FRANCIS R. FULGINIT: Liberal Arts Modern Language 59 Colby Rd., North Quincy Service Record: U. S. Army Air Foro January, 1943 - November, 1945. Prepared at: Cambridge Latin High. JOSEPH MILAN Business Administration Accounting 338 Beacon St., Boston Service Record: V . S. Army, June, 1940 - October, 1945. Prepared at: Wellesley High. RICHARD P. BENSON Business Administration Marketing and Advertising 7 Wilson Ave., Braintree Basketball 1, 2, 3; Advertising Club. Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force, March, 1943 - February, 1946. Prepared at: Braintree High. ROBERT F. BRUCE Liberal Arts English 42 Thornton Rd., Waltham Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4. Service Record: V. S. Navy, March, 1944 - July, 1945. Prepared at: Waltham High. FRANCIS C. HAWCO Engineering Industrial 11 Whitman Rd., Quincy Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; A.S.M.E.; Tau Beta Pi 5. Service Record: U. S. Navy, November, 1940 - June, 1945. Prepared at: North Quincy High. WALTER W. HOLLIS Liberal Arts Mathematics-Physics 62 Willow St., Waltham Dean ' s List 4; Mathematics Club. Service Record: U. S. Army, February, 1944 - October, 1945. Prepared at: Waltham High; West Vir- ERNEST F. miller! Liberal Arts Biology 26 Taft St., Dorchester Dean ' s List 4; News 3, 4, (Rewrite Editor 5); News Poetry Contest Winner 4. Prepared at: Boston English High; Lincoln Prep. JAMES J. MURPm Liberal Arts English 49 Horan Way, Jamaica Plain Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3. Service Record: U. S. Navy, March, 1943 - December, 1945. Prepared at: Boston College High. JOHN M. BURTON Biology Libero il Arts 9 Eli. Dt St., Jamaica Plait Dean ' s List ■ 4; Nu Beta 5. Servic June, e Reco 1943 - ■rd: U. Octob S. Army Air :r, 1945. ■ Force, Prepa red at: Boston English Higl PATRICIA E. CURRY Liberal Arts History-Govern 228 Blue Hills Ave., Hartford, Coi HERMAN E. KLEIN, JR. Engineering Chemical 38 Otis St., Newtonville A.I.Ch.E.; Track 1. Service Record: U. S. Marine Corps, February, 1943 - December, 1945. Prepared at: Newton High. ALVAN W. LEAVITT Liberal Arts Psyc jigy 187 Westminster Ave., Arlington Chess Club; Psychological Society. Prepared at: Arlington High. ARNOLD SARMANIAN Liberal Arts English 122 Lowell St., Waltham Service Record: U. S. Army, February, 1942 - March, 1946. Prepared at: Waltham High. MILTON R. STERN Liberal Arts English 48 Bowdoin Ave., Dorchester Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; News (Rewrite Editor 2, Feature Editor 3, 4) ; Silver Masque (Publicity Manager 2); LR.C. (Radio Forum 3). Prepared at: Boston Enghsh High. WILFRED S. DOYLE Liberal Arts Mathematics-Phyiics 33 Honnewell St., Wellesley Hills Service Record: U. S. Navy, February, 1945 - August, 1946. Prepared at: Wellesley High. EDWIN C. MacFARLANDv Liberal Arts History-Gove. Banks St., Barracks A, Winthrop Class Vice-President 1; Track 1, 2, 3; Football 2. Service Record: U. S. Marine Corps. WILLIAM R. TURNER Liberal Arts History-Government 387 Huron Ave., Cambridge Dean ' s List 3, 4. Service Record: U. S. Army, August, 1942 - February, 1946. Prepared at: Carl Shurz High, Chicago; Wright City College; Illinois Institute of Technology. Se414M. eMUio The year 1945 saw the largest class in University history enter Northeastern. This group, the Class of 1950, was extremely difficult to handle and rather eager to get through college. The acceleration program was still in effect and we all looked forward hopefully to climbing on the bandwagon and making up some of the precious time lost during the past war. As the drums of war became more muffled, talk of returning to the Co-op Plan became louder and louder with each succeeding term. In the fall of ' 46 the mighty Class of 1950 split, and sections A and B surged ahead. We, who were left, became the Class of 1950C (FT). In 1947, another split put 40% of the class on the co-operative plan and we, the remainder, closed ranks to become unique in the fact that we would be the last group of Northeastern ' s full-time stu- dents. It was not until our Middler year that we became a class in ourselves with a definite purpose; namely, to study and graduate in June of ' 49. It was like coming out of dark- ness into light. Before this, elections, offices, and functioning as a class did not mean much to us. In our last two years we have become a unified class with a popular presi- dent and officers elected by a class vote higher in percentage than many classes before us. In the future, we shall reminisce of these days: the Junior Prom, Senior Week, with its dances, stag party, and informal get-to- gethers; of sell-out Pops Concerts; of pro- fessors who win new cars; of the increasing number of youngsters in the freshman classes; of convocation speakers; and on and on goes the vine of reminiscence. Most memorable, above all, is our leaving Northeastern in its fifty-first year. We have seen the Student Center Building grow from the bud of a dream, to a blueprint, and into a concrete reality. The Fiftieth Anni- versary of Northeastern will be remembered as the time when our university came of age. Of this we are proud. Our Class Gift established the Library Building Fund. This act, of which we of 1950C (FT) may justly be proud, will to future classes, be a precedent for them to make gifts for as worthy a purpose. NORTHEASTERN St44jde4ii Gouncil The purpose of the Student Council of the Day Colleges of Northeastern University is to express, to lead, and to direct student opinion. As an advisory board the Council meets with the faculty to discuss extra-curricula activities and to formulate plans regarding them. As a legislative body, it determines rules under which class elections are carried on. In this capacity, a controversy over the va- lidity of the ' 50C A election was settled by the Council this year, who ruled for a re- election. Complaints about the sophomore election were settled in a like manner. As an administrative organization the Council is responsible for the planning of certain over all extra-curricula activities. The annual Student Council sponsored Football Dance was held on November 12, at the University Club. The proceeds of the dance went for equipment for the football squad. Northeastern was among twenty local Universities represented at the meeting of the Greater Boston Student Council. C. Henderson Beal, ' SOLA, David Churchley, ' SOLA, and Alfred DiScipio, ' 50E, helped formulate a calendar of intercollegiate social activities. Beal and a former graduate, Joseph Courtney, started the Council last year to provide inter-school co-operation on a free basis. Northeastern ' s Student Council consists of thirty elected members, fifteen from each division, who remain as members until graduation. In addition, six others are mem- bers ex-officio. These include the Presidents of the five classes, and the Editor-in-Chief of the " News. " Any eligible member who is suggested by fifteen or more students may be placed on the ballot as a nominee for Council membership and may be subsequently elected by the student body. The Council acts through the following standing sub-committees nominated annual- ly by the president: traditions and customs, class elections, freshman affairs, complaints and suggestions, social activities, and faculty-student relationships. student Council: First Row, left to right: Moore, Chin, Churchly, Beal, Mr. Griffith, Lambert, Stern. Second Row, left to right: Aquilino, Agabobion, Dray, Hebard, Blair, Kellen, Pav- loglou, Wolfson, Duffley, Vie- not, Rock. PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER FACULTY ADVISER DIVISION A C. Henderson Beal Edmund Doherety Eleanor Watts Lambert David Churchly Mr. Wilmot D. Griffith DIVISION B Alfred diScipio Vasilious I. Povloglou Jean Hunt SENIOR MEMBERS OF STUDENT COUNCIL Edv ard H. Agababian Daniel Aquilino Katherin Chin Thomas Duffy Alden C. Hebard George D. Kellen Paula Moore Philip J. Rock Arlene Stern Perry G. Vienot student Union: fni Row, left to right: Ritchie, Hosmer, Auerbach, Boer, Hebard, Chin, Lombert, Clark, Vienot. Second Row, lell to right: Perry, Picard, Coslow, Hoffman, Hannon, Whi- ton, Winocur, Arnold. Third Row, left to right: Naylor, Cassoboom, Miller, Prescott, Dunn, Chipman, Williams, Moyston, Nason. PRESIDENT, Alden C. Hebard VICE-PRESIDENT, Joseph M. Saba, Div. A Eleanor W. Lambert, Div. B RECORDING SECRETARY, Katharine Chin CORRESPONDING SECRETARY, Amely H. Baer FACULTY ADVISER, Dean Charles W. Havice CABINET MEMBERS Ruth Arnold, Hannoh Auerbach, Nancy Benjamin, Wesley Burgess, Kenneth Chipman, John Chris- tensen, Doris Clark, Ruth Colby, Florence Coslow, Roger Cossaboom, Edward Dunn, Lindsay Ellms, Ruth Grant, Marie Hannon, Mary Hashim, Mabel Him, Mary Hoffman, John Hosmer, Robert Jones, Ellwood Kimball, Marilyn Kossoi, Kenneth Loftmon, H. William Miller, Livingston Moyston, Howard Nason, Howard Naylor, Phyllis Pepin, June Perry, Elsie Picard, Gordon Prescott, Miriam Riceman, Kenneth Ritchie, Charlotte Trehub, Perry G. Vienot, Lee Weis, Gwendolyn J. Whiton, Willord Williams. CHESS CLUB: Prof. Joseph A. Coolid Secretary-Treasurer; Ri je, Bryant, Effgen. Sec :hard Morgan, Managi Cianci Dnd Ro Carlton Garfield, Pn ft to right: John M. ' PRESIDENT Carlton Garfield VICE-PRESIDENT Charles MocKenzie SECRETARY-TREASURER John Yarlott MANAGER Richard Morgan FACULTY ADVISER Prof. Joseph A. Coolie ADVERTISING CLUB OFFICERS PRESIDENT Robert H. Chamberlo VICE-PRESIDENT Ernest Golden SECRETARY Audrey V. Dwelley TREASURER Kenneth Goddard FACULTY ADVISER Professor Charles H. Dufton SENIOR MEMBERS OF THE ADVERTISING CLUB ard N. Andrev Corpenti Coravos " " " iT Blume, John J. Buckley, Monroe A. Burdick, Rich- L. Coleman, Charles Constantine, Robert L. Cook, Cote, John G. Craven, Harry F. Donovan, Horry , Leon Drooker, Francis A. Fettig, Roger W. Fitzgerald, Jr., Dexter Gai A. Gainsboro, Joseph E. Goldman, Lester Goodman, George M. Gray, Charles A. Honey, III, Wladislow P. Kominsky, Davis B. Kaplan, Christopher Kopanon, Melvin Levine, Iris Litvock, Gloria Lombard, Leon B. Loughmiller, Herbert F. Lynn, Farley Marcus, Milton Mizner, David Newman, Joseph F. ODonnell, David C. Peak, Morrey Perlmutter, George R. Peters, Westley G. Rollins, Jr., Sheldon Rubin, Herbert L. Sherman, George E. Sideris, Joseph J. Totoro, Perry G. Vienot, George Walsh, Moynard L. Young, Jr., Clifford F. Youse. First Row, left to right: Buckley, Lombard, Kenneth Goddard, Treasurer; Ernest Golden, Vice-President; Robert Chamberlain, President; Audrey Dwelley, Secretory; Litvak, Blume. Second Row, left to rigtyt: Prof. Charles H. Dufton, Adviser; Kominsky, Vienot, Cook, Gray, Rubin, Marcus, Drooker, Carpenter, Miller, Gainsboro, Kaplan. Third Row, left to right: Goldman, Loughmiller, Peters, Donovan, Coleman, Young, Sideris, Fitzgerald, Burdick, ODonnell, Craven, Peak, Cote. Camera Club First Row, (ef( to right: Zimmerman, Gaubt, Budge, Augunas, Goon, Goldstein, Prof. James T. Barrs. Sec- ond Row, left to right: Williams, Chandler, Briggs, Fiermon, Fife, Gay, Pote, Doone, Millman. PRESIDENT Julius E. Augunas VICE-PRESIDENT Ngookhong Goon SECRETARY-TREASURER Donald P. Everberg FACULTY ADVISER Professor James T. Barrs MEMBERS OF THE CAMERA CLUB Charles H. Briggs, Donald Budge, James G. Chandler, Kenneth L. Doane, Philip Ferris, Sumner E. Fierman, Walter M. Fife, Jr., Leonard Finger, Philip Gay, David S. Gold- stein, Raymond Goulet, Harold Millman, George W. Perkins, II, V illiam J. Pote, Arnold S. Roseman, Frank E. VS ' illiams, Sherrill L. Zimmer- man. Honorary Member C. Henderson Beal OMEGA SIGMA OFFICERS PRESIDENT, Arlene Stern VICE-PRESIDENT, Charlotte Reines SECRETARY, Katharine Chin TREASURER, Janet Mennell - Mabel Him FACULTY ADVISER Miss Doris McCausland CABINET MEMBERS: Shirley Bell, Nancy Benja- min, Dolores Cosfa, Barbara Goldberg, Jean Hunt, Mary Jackson, Paula Moore, Phyllis Pepin, June Perry, Louise Posey, Miriom Riceman, Ber- nice Sacks, Charlotte Trehub, Edith Wossermon. Omega Sigma: FInl Row, left to right: Saks, Reines, Stern, Ricemor Jackson. Second Row, hit to right: Miss McCausland, Adviser; Chin, Pepir Perry, Beniamin. Husky Key: Left to right: Copua, Kane, Rollins, Weil, Pololcno PRESIDENT, Charles Stanford VICE-PRESIDENT, Lee Schenin TREASURER, James Shepherd SECRETARY, Marge Truesdale Cheerleaders: Gowell Finocchi Captain Dorothea De Colby First Row, left to right. Reines, Levin, Steinberg Leavitt, Franl . Sfond ng hit to right: Mr. Domey Garofolo, Chaporas, Licht man, Glossmon, SInevory, Goldberg, St anton, Tar box, Weener, Gomes Sentio, Trehub. Fint Row, left to right Kelly, Goldstein Stern, Carass, Milgroom Lombard. Second Row left to right: Aber Honey, Rudy, Ad P64f Uvcdo fical SooUtif OFFICERS: President, Joseph Weener; Vice-President, John F. Stanton; Secretary, Marilyn, Levin; Treasurer, Sarino Garafalo; Faculty Adviser, Mr. Richard G. Domey. MEMBERS: Katherine Chin, Sotiros D. Chaparas, Albert J. Filippi, John Flavell, Sumner Frank, Martha L. Classman, Norman B. Goldberg, Jeanne Golden, Harvey Goldstein, Lav rence A. Gomes, Jr., Ephraim Goodman, Eugene Grudzinsky, Alvan W. Leavitt, Murray Lichtman, Charlotte Reines, John Sentio, Thomas Shevory, Sumner Steinberg, Arnold Trehub. Siiae i Malcj e PRESIDENT, Rodney J. Ruddiman GENERAL MANAGER, Ira Wolfson, Div. A Laurence Kogos, Div. B PRODUCTION MANAGER, Rodney J. Ruddiman, Div A James Coffey, Div. B PROGRAM MANAGER, Hilda Adelman, Div. A Westley Rollins, Jr., Div. PUBLICITY MANAGER, Elliot Adelman, Div. A John McHugh, Div. B BUSINESS MANAGER, Patricia Curry SECRETARY, Evelyn Seder, Div. A Estelle Siegel, Div. B DIRECTOR, Mr. Eliot Duvey SENIOR MEMBERS: Charles A. Honey, III, James R. Douglas, Louis A. Rossi, Jr., Sara Butler, Paula Moore, Phylis Milgroom, Arlene Stern, Joanne Wostrel, William J. Mahar, Jr. SENIOR MEMBERS OF HUS-SKIERS Robert W. Butterworth, Alden W. Counsell, Robert F. Curran, Hilda EfFgen, Leon A. Gainsboro, Richard M. Heiligmann, Christopher M. Kopanon, Aaron M. Kreem, Marvin S. Marcus, James A. Myrick, Peter P. Patalano, George R. Peters, Kenneth J.Ritchie, Louis A. Rossi, Rodney J. Ruddiman, George Sideris, Alexan- der N. Tedesco. PRESIDENT, Robert B. Thomson VICE-PRESIDENT, Walter R. Winslow, Div. A Richard Nickerson, Div. B SECRETARY, Laurens L Battis, Jr. TREASURER, Westley Rollins, Jr., Div. A Thomas Moore, Div. B SKI COACH, Jon B. Mellette Hus-Skiers: First Row, hit (o right Hall, EfFgen, Prescott, Tedesco, Rollins, Rob ert Thomson, President; Mr. Carlo Gubel lini. Adviser; Richard Nickerson, Vice-Presi dent; Thomas Moore, Treasurer; Rossi, Green Troisi. Second Row, hit to right: Bracken Marcus, Dewey, Ritchie, Norton, Begor, Cof- fin, Allen, Sullivan, Sahlberg, Dziedzic, V al dron. Wise, Edmunds, Williams, Mahony Third Row, lelt to right: Dinsmore, Knap ton, George, Patalano, Flewelling, Pearson Ginsburg, Worth, Tarnoc, Kiederis, Scoville King, Peters, Curran, Lustmann, Garron Onte uixUijo ijcU (lelaUj04i QUiM- MEMBERS OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB: Erna Adamson, Noslir Adenwalla, Vivian J. Alpern, Norman Badger, Nancy Caruso, Ubaldo DiBenedetto, Hilda Effgen, Robert Gardner, Sylvia Glka, Meir Horstock, Maxwell Jonah, Phyllis Korejwa, Audrey R. Korsh, Giuglio LoPolito, V illiam McDonald, Robert McForland, Patrick Murphy, Edna Richardson, Leonard Rudy, Robert E. Rutter, Chester Siegel, Mario Straqualursi, Harry Tarlin, Sonia Tarlin, Elliot Waldman. PRESIDENT Chester W. Kane SECRETARY Lenid I. Corlin, Div. A Ralph R. Evers, Div. B FACULTY ADVISER Mr. Wesley L. Gould first Row, hit to right: Alpern, Adamson, Ralph Evers, Secretary; Chester Kane, President; Effgen, Tarlin. Second Row, lelt to right: Murphy, Alpern, Rutter, DiBenedetto, Tar- lin, McFarland. Yacht Club: First Row, hit to nghf; Albrecht, Nadeau, Runge, Will, Prof. McGuire, Lo- doulis, Fredrick. Second Row, lelt to right: Escolos, Tucker, Gil- lette, Marks, Voile, King, Trov- ers. Third Row, eft to right: Dunleo, Sykes, Zobinski, Curtis. COMMODORE, Joseph R. Connor VICE-COMMODORE, James Will FLEET CAPTAIN, Solly Cudlitz SECRETARY, Shirley Bell TREASURER, Daniel F. McDonald FACULTY ADVISER ssor Waldemor S. McGu ASSOCIATE ADVISER Mr. Frederick L. Test SENIOR MEMBERS OF THE YACHT CLUB: Arthur R. Albrecht, Donald F. Bracket!, Roger A. Curtis, Paul J. Kennedy, Nicholas W. Kenney, Douglas F. Mac- gregor, Leo P. Nodeou, Albert L. Runge. ccau piUt SooUtif Daniel Aquilino, Joseph Andrade, Wesley E. Bailey, Jock Borberion, Robert A. Beouso- leil, Gerald J. Betro, Ralph L. Brown, Harry T. Byorkmon, Anthony R. Corbone, Corleton H. Chase, Harold S. Clark, Edmund D. Coffey, Robert E. Conrad, Lonold J. Cook, Seth L. Cowles, Lloyd G. Crosby, Joseph S. Curren, Stanton H. Davis, Joseph M. DeMoio, John F. DeMello, Louis G. Economopoulos, Edwin C. Gardner, Charles E. Glover, Bruno R. Grodowski, Ralph H. Hall, John N. Harriott, Bernard Harris, Philip J. Herlihy, John E. Janes, Jr., Julius Kaplan, John C. Lolly, Vincent J. Lonordo, John S. Modden, William J. Mohor, Jr., Thomas C. Molloy, Daniel McGroth, Melvin Mednicoff, John Morgon, P. Node nord T. ODe Peter P. Potolano, Vosileos I. Pavloglou, Joseph Perroncello, Louis W. Pickett, Mozwell Romot- sky, Henry Ross, Albert L. Runge, Edmund Ry- bicki, Robert D. Schaffer, John S. Sharkey, Leon M. Shulmon, Henry T. Spiers, Harold Starr, Allan E. Symonds, William N. Weil, Merton W. Wolf. Accounting Society F ' lrit Row, ett to right: Nodeou, Morgan, Schulmon, Herlihy, Peterkof- sky. Brown, Grudowski. Second Row, Mt to right: DeMello, Aquilino, Rundge, Prof. Joseph Glennon, Kope- tanis, Goldsmith, Leonardo, Lolly, Perroncello. Third Row, (eft to right: Wolff, Tully, Bailey, Glover, O ' Deo, Hall, Pavloglou, Wolf, Meekins, Gardner, Byorkmon, Sullivan. Fourth Row, (eft to right: Madden, Pickett, Mednicoff, Betro, Rybicki, Sharkey, Coffey, Molloy, Chose, Davis, Mo- Officers of the Accounting Society PRESIDENT, George N. Kapetonis VICE-PRESIDENT, Lawrence R. McKinley, Div. A Burton M. Federmon, Div. B TREASURER, Alan T. Goldsmith SECRETARY, Nancy J. Caruso, Div. A Stanley Brenner, Div. B FACULTY ADVISER, Professor Paul W. Glennon Marketing Society First Row left to right: Coon- ey, Totaro, Kaminsky. Second Row, left to right: Cohen, Lipsky. Officers of the Marketing Society PRESIDENT, Joseph J. Totaro FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT, Wlodislcw P. Komlnsky SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT, Bernord F. Cooney SECRETARY, Frank Cohen TREASURER, Sumner L. Lipsky FACULTY ADVISER, Prof. Charles H. Dufton Members of the Marketing Society Leo 5. Boosahda, Andrew Coravos, Henry Hovanasion, Davis B. Kaplan, Frank Kaplan, Christopher Kopanon, Melvin Levine, Iris Litvack, Gloria Lombord, Leon B. Loughmiller, Herberl F. Lynn, Thomas J. MocLaughlin, Farley Marcus, Milton Mizner, Daniel Muise, David Newman, Richard L. Nims, Joseph F. O ' Donnell, David C. Peak, George R. Peters, Sheldon Rubin, Herbert L. Sherman, George E. Sideris, Harold Swartz, Perry G. Vienot, George Walsh, Moynard L. Young, Jr., Clifford F. Youse. Members of the Debating Society Donald Auger, Robert Brigham, Walter Cooke, Dolores Costa, Raymond Druker, Agnes Finocchi, Alphonse Gawie, Henry Huddleston, Jr., Matthew Isenberg, William Jancowski, Donald Johnson, Melvin F. Lee, David Linehan, John Lovering, John Murray, Waldo Perry, Newton W. Ruggles, Arthur Schwartz, Estelle Seigel, Edward Servo, Richard Small, Melvin Smith, Paul Weiner, Alfred Weissberg. Officers of the Debating Society PRESIDENT, William G. Sloone VICE-PRESIDENT, Robert Moore SECRETARY, Alfred P. Cormier TREASURER, Dean Wilkinson FACULTY ADVISER, Mr. George Khiralla ScffMXi ie 2 aftce Clu f- O ice ii PRESIDENT, Robert Barlow VICE-PRESIDENT, Sally Isenberg TREASURER, Robert Parker SECRETARY, Marilyn Corke FACULTY ADVISER, Mrs. Mary Gallant BAND: First Row, lefl lo right: Wessel hoff, Lloyd. Second Row, ielt to right Morash, Dearborn, Erickson, Price, Glad stone, Crescimbini, Wickham, Moyston, Sew ell, Cantara, Rhodes, Wellmon, Cashton Third Row, Ielt to right: Scheinin, Gardner Novack, Lessoff, Stewart, Cloflin, Grant Lee, Mollis, Slotnick, Segal, Stohle, Mr Angus. Fourth Row, hit to right: Lincoln Bailey, Troope, Schofer, Wilson, Domey Pitzl, Worth, Gaubin, MacWilliams, Ziegler, Greenberg, Mr. Goldsmith. ROBERT B. ANGUS ALVIN R. GOLDSMITH CO-INSTRUCTORS OF THE BAND CORINNE MORASH Baton Leader of the Band CHAPEL CHOIR: Pr 1 Row, left to right: Whiton, Ar nold, Macchi, Prof Cleveland, Chin, Butler, Wheel- er. Second Row, Ielt lo right. Naylor Rachliffe, Torpey, Rolli s, Noson, Monblec u. Members Not Present Briggs, Cameron, Mennell, Yeoger. Ql ei First Row, lelt fo right: Mugford, For- syth, Sweeney, William J. Torpey, Presi- dent; Prof. Laurence F. Cleveland, Ad- viser; Nason, Naylor, Mugford. Second Row, lelt to right: Carpenter, Wright, Katz, Arvidson, Bell, Duke, Rollins, Scha- dow, Rockliffe, Sullivan, Soclnier, Sivo. Prof. Laurence F. Cleveland Glee Club Adviser SaccAoHauafid mM Prof. R. Laurence Capon Faculty Adviser CO-LEADERS Charles Constantine David Newman First Row, (eft to right: Brent, Constantine, Hourthan, Costa, Ricardi. Second Row, lelt to right: Carter, Cannon, Fowie, Wislon, Perlmutter, Liftman, New- man, Prof. Capon. BIOLOGY CLUB PRESIDENT Dovid L. Wilmarth TREASURERS Theodore Golan, Div. A William E. Yalden, Div. B SECRETARY Judith Cohen FACULTY ADVISER Mr. Norman A. Preble f T% Row, left to right: Kushner, Goredetsky, Judith W Cohen, Secretary; David Wilmarth, President; Prof. Nor man A. Preble, Adviser; William E. Yalden, Treasurer EfTgen, Kaplan. Second Row, lell lo right: Siegel, Gar don, 05frow5l y, Alpern, Colon, Brondes, Verna, Green bery, Louis. Asher Alpern, Herbert Baron, Warren C. Bergman, Morrey Berkwitz, Richard Blonk, Merton Brondes, Wyn Broughton, John Burton, James S. Comeron, Roger Coras, Richard Cello, Sotymes Choporas, Florence Coslow, Williom F. D ' onnoHo, Hilda Effgen, Robert Erwin, Albert J. Filippi, Ephriom Good- man, Jerome Gordon, Sumner Gorodetsky, Willard Grant, Victor J. Greenberg, Marie Hannon, Richard Heiligman, Mary HofFman, Louis Kaplan, Seymour Kushner, Stanley Leanos, Robert Louis, Frederick O. McColl, Jr., John Meola, Thomas Wong Mooncai, Arthur L. Nocht, Sidney Ostrowsky, Nancy Quig- ley, Mourice Solminen, John Sentio, Chester Siegol, Jessolyn Tote, Bryon Tepper, John Verna, Elmer Whitten. A. . Cliu CnXfUuee UnXf. Sooietif SENIOR MEMBERS: Fred P. Blanchard, Donald Brockett, John W. Bunker, Joseph A. Corbisiero, Edword J. DePino, Francis X. Donegon, William J. Downey, Charles G. Ellis, Arno Fillipetti, Robert Howes, Milton I. Isenberg, Leonard R. Johnson, Donald Kerivon, Robert E. Kirby, Aaron M. Kreem, Dah Y. Lee, Royal E. Livingston, Merle I. Locke, Roland W. Martineau, Arthur L. Quaglieri, Arthur P. Rich, Anthony G. Sondonoto, Francis R. Sholock, Joseph F. Willard. PRESIDENT, William J. Downey, Jr. VICE-PRESIDENT, Joseph Corbisiero SECRETARY, Arthur L. Quaglieri TREASURER, Charles F. Quigley FACULTY ADVISER, Prof. Ernest L. Spencer N. U. C. E. S.: F rs, Row, left fo right: Sholock, DePina, Howes, Corbi- siero, Quaglieri, Prof. E. L. Spencer, Downey, Raskind, Cody, Martineau. Sec- ond Row, eft lo righ : Kreem, Bornstein, Lee, Kennedy, Rich, Brocket!, Donegan, Livingston, Sondonoto. Third Row, eft to right: Willard, Bunker, Ellis, Kirby, Johnson, Locke, Filipefti, Horr, Briggs, PRESIDENT Horry J. Shalvarjian VICE-PRESIDENT John O. Pearson SECRETARY Nancy J. Preston TREASURER Lloyd M. Martin FACULTY ADVISER rofessor Lyman A. Keith £, I. M. o n o V. f-, r • p Society for the Advancement of Management: f rst Row, ei . to right: Kingston, Goy, Clifford, Bennett, Hovanasion, Potter, Bacon, Morley, Agabobian. Second Row, eft to right: Pinel, igidbashion, Myrick, Thompson, Preston, Shalvarjian, Pearson, Mortin, Morill, Allen. Third Row, (eft to right: Fallon, Flynn, Curley, Berglund, Coggins, Fonnon, Curil, Biclcnell, Connelly, Flannery, Ruggels, No- deou. Fourth Row, left to rrght: Aveidilocono, GifFels, Rowding, Goldstein, Occhi, Breen, Rybicki, Pray, Tedesco, Albanese. SENIOR MEMBERS; Edward H. Agabobian, Ethan Allen Alexonder C. Antonopoulos, Ronald L. Bacon, Alan C Bennett, Charles A. Bennett, George A. Berglund, Gerald J. Betro, V illiam K. Bicknell, Robert C. B ishop, Jomes S, Breen, John W. Clifford, R. Paul Coggins, Paul W. Con nelly, William T. Curley, Charles H. Curll, Frederick A Fallon, Richard J. Fonnon, Francis X. Flynn, James W Gay, Frederick W. Gif?els, Milton Goldstein, Thomas P Hanson, Francis C. Howco, Henry Hovanasion, Astor P. Igidbashion, Herbert M. Korol, Robert J. Kingston, Donald A. Kunstler, Robert J. Morley, Harlan R. Morrill, James A. Myrick, Leo P. Nodeau, Henry L. Occhi, Harold J. OToole, Roland H. Pinel, Jr., Jackson S. Potter, Lee E. Pray, Judson S. Rawding, Jr., Newton W. Ruggles, Edmund Rybicki, Alexander N. Tedesco, Joseph W. Thompson, Rob- ert B. Thomson, Antendcan first Row, eft to right: Kossoi, Wen ocur. Rice, Shoer, Dr. Arthur Vernon Pepin, Pietruszkiewicz, Brown, Tre hub. Second Row, eft to right: Cohen, Gnerre, McPhoil, Silverstein, Economos, Mello, Stein, Stern, Mar tin, Kelley, Schulmon, Struch, Curran Third Row, e ft to right: Greenberg Newman, Riley, Fierman, Spix, Kent Voci, Forror, Levy, Otis. Senior Members of the American Chemical Society Louis A. Cohen, Robert F. Curran, Robert J. Coskern, George Economos, Harold L. Erskine, Sumner E. Fierman, Ciriaco Gnerre, John F. Kelley, William Kent, Jr., Stanley S. Levy, Donold McPhoil, Frank W. Mortin, Victor Mello, John Nolan, Jomes I. Otis, Joseph Shulman, Horry Silver- stein, Milton Stern, Robert Thayer, Robert M. Von Vliet, Joseph J, Voci. PRESIDENT, Paul Shoer VICE-PRESIDENT, Robert Rice TREASURER, A. Pietruszkeiwiez SECRETARY, Phyllis Pepin FACULTY ADVISER Dr. Arthur A. Vernon American Institute of Electrical Engineers: Fnst Row, leh to right: Greenwood, Evers, Wilds, Appleton, JofFe, Prof. R. G. Porter, Tucker, Spearin, Ricardi, Austin. Second Row, leh to right: B. ' Cohen, ' Grieco, Foran, Pacl owski, Kerr, Whitney, Goodwin, Donovan, Gagas, Hurlburt, Poorte, Foster, Ritchie. Third Row, leh to right: Limm, Lovoi, O ' Connor, Moisan, Klein, Boehme, Single, Miller, Goldman, Finkle, Mattson, Sanford, Homsey, Powers. CHAIRMAN Myron I. JafFe VICE-CHAIRMAN Warren B. Appleton SECRETARY-TREASURER Charles E. Monty, Div. A Frederic W. Spearin, Jr., Div. FACULTY ADVISER Professor Roland G. Porter J. 9. C. Z. SENIOR MEMBERS: Paul B. Arnstein, Ernest N. Austin, Joseph L. Barker, Philip W. Berthel, Robert M. Boehme, Myron L. Bovarnick, John V . Brean, Leiand J. Burnett, Jesse L. Butler, Norman F. Clark, Bernard Cohen, Frederick J. Collins, Robert E. Coulombre, Edward P. Donovan, Martin C. Elliott, Eugene J. Feldman, Manuel Finkle, John C. Foran, George B. Foster, John A. Gagas, Herbert N. Goldman, Roscoe I. Goodwin. Jr., Nicholas L. Grieco, Richard E. Harris, George Homsy, Arthur W. Hurlbert, Donald W. Kerr, John J. Klein, Albert Limm, Joseph Lovoi, Russell E. Mattson, Melvin Miller, V illiam Moisan, George T. O ' Connor, Henry Paczkowski, Louis Perl- man, Glen E. Poorte, Vv ' illiam H. Powers, Joseph A. Remmes, Leon J. Ricardi, Kenneth J. Ritchie, George B. Sanford, Jr., Herbert C. Single, Harold Sossen, Vv ' illiam J. Timmins, John R. Thurell, Jr., John A. Tucker, Lawrence B. Turnberg, Elliott G. Whitney, Sidney Wortzman. MEMBERS: Arthur R. Albrecht, Laurens L. Battis Jr., Robert Brownell, Paul J. Brooks, George J. Crowkes, Jr., Alan G. Folsom, Paul W. Glaser, Ciriaco Gnerre, Melvin H. Goldberg, George T. Godgson, Jr., Renzo A. Ippoliti, Cyril E. Johnson, Henry C. Jaques, George D. Kellen, Arthur J. Kessler, William F. Koschny, Wilfred Lefkovich, Frank W. Martin, Donald McPhail, Victor E. Mello, Morris Minkick, Theodore H. Moller, Edward G. Montgomery, Joel S. Newman, John Nolan, Lawrence W. Patriquin, Charles Raleigh, Alec Robertson, Mitchell E, Shaheen, Gerald Sherwood, Joseph T. Snook, Milton Stern, Robert M. VanVliet, Joseph Voci, Stanv ood R. Williams, Walter J. Wilkinson. PRESIDENT Donald W . McPhail VICE-PRESIDENT Milton Stern SECRETARY Kenneth Loftman TREASURER Roger S. Hinds FACULTY ADVISER Professor Chester P. Baker A. 1. Ch. E.: First Row, eft to right: McPhail, Mindick, Wilkinson, Patriquin, Folsom, Brooks, Goldberg, Curron, Ippoliti, Gnerre, Prof. Ba- ker. Second Row, leh to right: Stern, Erskine, Jacques, Robertson, Brownell, Shaheen, Johnson, Mello, Lefkovich, Kushner, Moller. Third Row, leh to right: Klein, Goggin, VanVliet, Ma- son, Hilton, Sherwood, Glaser, Mont- gomery, Martin, Nolan. Fourth Row, left to right: Koshny, Voci, Kessler, Raleigh, Kellen, Albrecht, Hodgson, Snook, Battis, Newman. American Society of Mechanical Engineers MEMBERS: Edward H. Agababian, William S. Alcott, Salvatore Anzaldi, William C. Ballou, David C. Batey, Michael K. Boo- sahda, Robert W. Butterworth, Wallace L. Caldwell, John J. Condon, Alden W. Counsell, Warren E. Crowe, Lawton P. Bourne, Daniel M. Daley, Jr., Charles Danberg, Frederick A. DeChristopher, Thomas B. DufFy, Robert B. Flaherty, Rrancis X. Flynn, Philip D. Gaffney, Richard B. Gilliland, Rupert P. Goggins, Louis H. Goulston, Anthony Grillo, John W. Hawkins, Windsor P. Mollis, Harold R. Holm, Jr., Ethan C. Hopkins, Kajak J. Havnanian, Malcolm G. Johnston, Edward H. Kovar, Raymond P. King, Peter P. Klotz, Harvey C. Krentzman, Leon Landman, Bertram S. Long, Harold J. Maher, Frank A. LaScala, Paul A. McGreenery, John J. Mack, Robert B. Mclntyre, Robert S. Monaco, Daniel P. Mullins, Leon O ' Brien, Robert G. Pierce, Edward J. Povilaitis, Mathew J. Reiser, Ralph S. Ricketson, Philip J. Rock, Albert W. Scribner, Ralph W. Sexton, Joseph T. Shoughnessy, Christopher C. Skambis, Russell F. Skinner, Archibald D. Standley, Jr., Archie N. Swasey, Alexander Tedesco, Aristides Vigas, Arthur K. Wells, Robert E. Wesselhoff, Howard J. White, Lester E. Wilson, Jr., Edward F. Winslow, William C. Wyman, Stanley W. Ziolkowski. A. S. M. E.: fiVsf Row, left fo right: Viegas, Maher, Anzaldi, Wilson, Grillo, Klolz, O ' Brien, Monaco, Alcott, DeChristopher, Long, Shoughnessy, White, Danberg. Second Row, left to right; Wyman, LaScala, Ricketson, Butterworth, Mullins, Williams, Reiser, Dr. Herbert Brown, Lontry, Keck, Rigby, Riddle, Crowe, Agababian. Third Row, hit to right: Rock, Counsell, Wesselhoff, Daley, Caldwell, Gilliland, Flynn, Coggins, Hovnanian, Hopkins, Swasey, Wells, John- ston, Humphrey, Hawkins, Skambis, Standley, Duffy, Boosahda, Condon, Flaherty, Skinner, Mclntyre. Fourth Row, left to right: Batey, Mack, Ziolkowski, Kovar, Gaff- ney, King, McGreenery, Holm, Ballou, Bourn, Krentzman, Sexton, Scribner, Povilaitis, Mollis, Landman, Hawco, Winslow. OFFICERS: CHAIRMAN, Frederick J. Lantry VICE-CHAIRMAN, William J. Rigby SECRETARY, Robert W. Keck TREASURER, Lynde G. Williams FACULTY ADVISER, Dr. Herbert K. Brown The CAULDRON welcomes to Northeastern University the newest of the professional societies. OFFICERS CHAIRMAN, John O. Pearson SECRETARY, Edward A. Steeves VICE-CHAIRMAN, Frederick Rodd TREASURER, Sidney Cashton FACULTY ADVISER, Mr. Robert J. Knowlton 7i4e Mo Mi Socieiie , Achievement of high standards of scholarship, char- acter, and good fellowship among students is recog- nized by membership in the three honor societies of the colleges. Founded in 1937, the Academy is the honor society of the College of Liberal Arts and dedicates itself to the promotion and stimulation of scholarly activity among the students of liberal arts and sciences. Sigma Delta Epsilon, the honor society of the College of Business Administration, known as The Sigma So- ciety, was founded by Dean Turner F. Garner in 1925. Its purpose is to promote acquaintanceship and good fellowship among the best intellects, strongest char- acters, and most distinct personalities in the college; to stimulate higher attainment in the student body; and to mould a higher ethical code for the college. " To mark in a fitting manner those who have con- ferred honor upon their Alma Mater by distinguished scholarship and exemplary character as undergradu- ates 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 " is the aim of Tau Beta Pi, the national honor society of the College of Engineering. The society has promoted a varied program of activities to aid in achieving its purpose. Each society awards an annual one hundred dollar scholarship to the outstanding freshman in its re- spective school who has shown the most promise of fulfillment of the aims of the societies, and who has attained the highest grades. Membership in one of these societies is recognized as a high honor, and is the goal for which every student should strive. It carries with it the respect, prestige, and recognition of the entire faculty and student body as indicative of exceptional character and superior scholastic achievement. Members of Tau Beta Pi Paul B. Arnstein, Paul J. Brooks, Sid- ney Cashton, Bernard Cohen, Fred- erick J. Collins, Francis X. Flynn, Herbert N. Goldman, Roscoe I. Goodwin, Francis Hawco, Myron I. JafFe, Bertram S. Long, Morris Mindick, Edward Z. Montgomery, Daniel P. Mullins, Matthew J. Reiser, Leon J. Ricardi, Ralph S. Ricketson, Ralph S. Sexton, Milton Stern, John R. Thurell, Robert Van Vliet, Lester E. Wilson, William C. Wyman. OFFICERS PRESIDENT Victor E. Mello VICE-PRESIDENT John A. Tucker RECORDING SECRETARY Robert W. Keck CORRESPONDING SECRETARY Donald W. McPhail TREASURER Arthur L. Quaglieri CATALOGER Cyril E. Johnson FACULTY ADVISER Professor Martin W. Essigmann TAU BETA PI: F,r% Row, left fo right: Arnstein, Quaglieri, Mc Phail, Mello, Tucker, Keck, John son. Second Row, left to right JafFe, Long, Mindick, Wyman, Cashton, Cohen, Goldman, Mul lins, Ricketson, Brooks, Wilson, Ricardi. Third Row, left to right Howco, Stern, Reiser, Sexton, Goodwin, Collins, Thurell, Mont gomery. Van Vliet, Flynn. . f " 5 ' a si • SIGMA DELTA EPSILON The Sigma Society: First Row, leh to right: Aquilino, Perron Allen. Second Row, lelt to right: DeMoio, Major, Ryder, Lonordo, ODe left to right: Tully, Ross, Conrad, Sharkey, Corbone, Popile, Peterkofsky. Ho, Dean Ho , Pont, Grado illon. Pa ski, Blum ■loglou, Gl !, Morgan. ver, Runge Third Row PRESIDENT, Vasileos I. Pavloglou VICE-PRESIDENT, Joseph Perroncello SECRETARY-TREASURER, Charles E. Glover FACULTY ADVISER, Dean Roger S. Hamilton MEMBERS: Ethan Allen, Daniel Aqua- lino, Bernard Blume, Anthony R. Carbone, Robert E. Conrad, Joseph M. DeMaio, Bruno H. Gradowski, Vincent J. Lonardo, Paul J. Major, John Morgan, Bernard T. O ' Dea, James D. Popile, Warren Peterkofsky, Henry H. Ross, Albert L. Runge, John S. Sharkey, Robert E. Tully. Tlle Academy: First Row, left ro r.ghf: Reines, Shoer, Cohen, Shevory, Le to right: Schmilz, M. Stern, Trehub, Hebord. Insert: Waldo Perry, President. PRESIDENT, Waldo E. Perry VICE-PRESIDENT, Thomas Shevory SECRETARY-TREASURER, Charlotte Reines FACULTY ADVISER, Dean Wilfred S. Lake MEMBERS: Louis A. Cohen, Alden C. Hebard, Alvan W. Leavitt, Joseph M. Piemonte, Moynard Schmitz, Paul Shoer, Arlene Stern, Milton Stern, Harry Tarlin, Arnold Trehub. the yeG i Miss Arlene Stern ALUMNI AWARD WINNER SEARS CONDIT AWARD JOSEPH FORD AWARD Victor E. Mello, Jr. ALCOTT MEMORIAL AWARD SEARS CONDIT AWARD 2 DEAN ' S LIST AWARDS WUo WUa Ih Ame catt GaUe (fe atiJi iUae uUie i Edward H. Agababian Vivian J. Alpern Amely H. Baer C. Henderson Beai Katherine G. F. Chin Granville H. Fulle Murray J. Gart Alden C. Hebord Sidney Herman Robert W. Keck Donald N, Kerivan Eleanor Watts Lambert Victor E. Mello, Jr. Henry W. Nason James D. Papile Vasileos I. Pagloglou Waldo E. Perry Matthew J. Reiser Westley G. Rollins, Jr, Arlene P. Stern Arnold Trehub John A. Tucker SEARS B. CONDIT AWARD Victor E. Mello, Jr. John R. Thurrell, Jr. Thomas Shevory Albert L. Runge Arlene P. Stern Paul B. Arnslein Charles E. Glover Bertram Long Milton Stern Milton R. Stern Louis Cohen Bernard Blume Daniel Aquilino FORD AWARD Vasileos 1. Pavloglou Katheri ne G. F. Chin Alden Arlene P. Stern C. Hebe ird EDITORIAL and MANAGERIAL BOARDS OF NORTHEASTERN NEWS 1948 1949 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Murray J. Gart William J. Leavitt MANAGING EDITOR William J. Leavitt Edward Steeves Frank Monto Harold Goodstein ASSOCIATE MANAGING EDITOR Frank Monto Harold Goodstein Dominic P. Cerulli NEWS EDITOR Dominic Cerulli Elliot Adelman Corinne P. Grande Elliot Adelman FEATURE EDITOR Corinne P. Grande Walter Perkins Tom Blair Doris Ryan SPORTS EDITOR James Devine Edward Nankin Dexter Gainsborough Dexter Gainsborough 1948 1949 REWRITE EDITORS Ernest F. Miller Edward Nankin Duncan Beaton Edward Steeves Edward Servo PHOTO EDITOR Chester Grossman Marc Slobins Chester Grossman Marc Slobins ASSOCIATE PHOTO EDITOR Lou Augunas BUSINESS MANAGER Herbert Lerner Herbert Lerner ADVERTISING MANAGER Arthur Segall Alvin Luftman CIRCULATION MANAGER Martin C. Elliott Richard Lacasce OFFICE MANAGER Ida Brisky Doris Ryan Ida Brisky Mary Larato l loAiUeci iten4i Ne4M FiVs Row, efl fo right: Lerner, Ryan, Grande, Brisky, Gart, Prof. Everett C. Morston, Second Row, eff to righf: Nankin, Gains- boro, Adelman, Sfeeves, Leovitf, Se- gall, Cerulli, Monto, Slobins, Goodstein, Devine. RUSSELL MATTSON Editor-in-Chief PROF. EVERETT C. MARSTON Director of Publications PERRY VIENOT Business Manager WILLIAM ALCOrr Photographic Editor C. HENDERSON BEAL Photographic Editor CHARLES GLOVER Manoging Editor SENIOR STAFF MEMBERS: Edward Agababian, Asher Alpern, Sara Butler, An- thony Carbone, Anne Chodnicky, Robert Conrad, Fred DeChristopher, Hilda Effgen, Dexter Gainsboro, Martha Glassman, Ciriaco Guerre, Sidney Herman, Harvey Krentzman, Merle Locke, William McCarthy, Phyllis Milgroom, Shirley Miller, Paula Moore, Roland Pinel, Sheldon Rubin, Bernice Socks, Edward Sleeves, Herbert Stein, Eleanor Watts Lambert, William Yolden. JUNIOR STAFF MEMBERS: Bernard Friedman, David Gibbons, Chester Gross- man, Ruth Grant, Herbert Melker, George Moulton, Charles Monty, Aristo- menes Panos, Walter Parker, Robert Parker, William Ryder, H. Thomas, Arthur Stein. - -».i. -.1 AUDREY DWELLEY Photographic Editor LLOYD MARTIN Managing Editor Mhletids Herbert W. Gallagher Coach of Hockey Coach of Baseball Gerald R. Tatton Coach of Trock Coach of Cross Country Joseph P. Zcbilski Coach of Football . Coach of Basketball EDWARD S. PARSONS Director of Studenf Activities ' PUTTY " ATOP EIFFEL TOWER WHILE IN EUROPE AS A MEMBER OF THE OLYMP IC COMMITTEE. 41 U8 65 50 33 ,78 42 52 21 10 hty -pn 7-7 RA 53 51 40 14. 87 3i -ms umi,! » Mi!i«ir « " ' ' ' «w ' ' «|l jMi|.g first Row, ef( to right; North, ridge, Lakis, DeBlois, Moido Mahar, L. Kaplan, Ferguson D. Kaplan, L. Tilley, Shea, Second Row, eft to right: Gromollini, Belforti, Borrberi Hall, Mclntyre, Captain Pa pile, Koulopoulos, Douglas Shumon, Conri, Nason. Third Row, lell to right: Coach Zo- bilski, Donovan, Caperra, Murzic, Gunderson, Klezics, Philbin, Kearney, Coppuccio, Booshoda, Wright, Cooch Lu- ciano. Fourth Row, eft fo right: D. Tilley, Grierin, Cam- eron, DeSimone, Guscott, Shulkin, Dunn, lannazzo. VoMdiif ootLaU Si iuid MEMBERS CAPTAIN, James Papile COACH, Mr. Joseph P. Zabilski Guido Barbierri Edward Belforti Leo Booshada David R. Cameron John S. Cappuccio Saverio A. Caprera Donald H. Clark John Conroy Andrew Coravos Joseph Davis Armand E. DeBlois Joseph M. DeGrazia John DeSimone James Douglas Henry F. Dunn David N. Fel ' guson Joseph Gramolini Joseph H. GrifRn Kenneth Guscott Curtis Gunderson Robert S. Hall Perry lannazzo David Kaplan Leonard Kaplan William J. Kearney Kalvan Kleszics Michael Koulopoulos James Lakis Frederick J. Lemaire Walter J. Lyons, Jr. John J. Maher Vito Moida Robert Mclntyre William R. Murzic John Nason William Northridge Robert O ' Connell Walter Philbin Robert F. Shea Alvin R. Shulkin Harold Shuman Richard Tilley W. Lawrence Tilley Daniel J. Wright Manager, Richard Rowe ootLcdl By JAMES D. PAPILE The Northeastern football team faced a tough six game schedule in the 1948 season. The squad opened the season against Maine University at Huntington Field and lost a tight game. Statistics proved the Huskies equal to the boys from Orono. The following Saturday the team was held to a scoreless tie by Colby. The next three games were lost to Brook- lyn, Bates, and New Hampshire in succession, but in the final game of the season, the team came through at Devens, to give Coach Joe Zabil- ski his initial win at Northeastern University. The game at Devens should not be considered as the last victory of the 1948 season. Rather, it was the be- ginning of a long victory streak for new coach, Joe Zabilski. Coach Za- bilski did a remarkable job in build- ing a powerful team for the future. The whole squad, with the exception of five graduating Seniors, will be intact for the coming season and should do extremely w ell. Three of the Seniors, Bob Mclntyre, Jim Papile, and Jim Douglas, played four years of varsity ball together at Northeastern, having begun in 1942, taking time out during the war years, and returing to school to finish to- gether. Dave Kaplan and Andy Coravos. who also graduate in June, will be sorely missed. The graduating class would like to extend their congratulations to John Nason on his unanimous election as Captain for the 1949 team and wish Coach Zabilski good luck in his future seasons at Northeastern. Varsity Cross Country First Row, left lo right: Simon, Zappulla, Captain Hart, Barteau, Manager Ryan. Second Row, hit to right: Nolan, Kokidko, Kenyon, Psyros. CAPTAIN, Harry Hart COACH, Prof. Gerald A. Tatton Varsity 1948-1949 TRACK SQUAD CAPTAIN, Payson H. Kenyon HEAD COACH, Gerald Tatton FIELD EVENTS COACH, Joseph Zabilski ASSISTANT COACH, Ed McFarland ASSISTANT COACH, Delmo Alberghini SQUAD MEMBERS William Aumen Harry Barteau John E. Flannagan Eugene Greenwood Harry R. Hart Stanley G. Krigman Kalvan Kleszics Harry J. Kubick Robert T. MacDonald William M. Martin Hippocrates G. Psyras Rayfield Randolph John D. Shea Walter Simon George Tozer Joseph Verne Karl West Warren Willette Paul H. Zappulla MANAGERS VARSITY, John P. Ryan ASSISTANT, William H. Nathan ASSISTANT, James E. Linehan MEMBERS: Carl V. Anderson, Jr., Harry Barteau, Duncan E. Beaton, Charles Billings, Walter H. Crowley, Oliver F. Girouard, Murray Goldman, Payson Kenyon, Walter Kuhlen, John Nolan, Huppocrates Psyras, Albert Roth- fuss, Walter Simon, Frank H. Tobin, Jr., Paul Zappulla. 1949 Varsity 2 Mile Relay: leh to Hart, Kenyon (Captain). ' ighl: Zappulla, Simon By STAN SADOWSKI Highlighted by their first meet victory in three years, Northeastern ' s 1949 varsity track team concluded its indoor season with two wins in five dual meets. In their first meet of the year, the trackmen were downed by Tufts, 71-2 3 to 36-1 3, at Med- ford. The Jumbos swept the broad jump, 35 lb. weight throw, and shotput, besides taking all but one-half point in the 50 yard dash. Ray Randolph was top N. U. scorer with G-1 3 points by winning the pole vault and taking part in a three-way tie for second in the high jump. Paul ZappuUa also had a good day, plac- ing second in the mile and third in the 1000. Northeastern ' s varsity mile relay team, John Flanagan, Jack Shea, Harry Barteau, and Payson Kenyon, showed Harvard, Maine, and B. C. the way around the Boston Garden boards at the K. of C. Meet on January 22. Two weeks later the team, minus Shea who was injured during the week, led Tufts, B. U., and Bates to the tape at the 60th Armual B. A. A. Games on the same track. Lewiston, Maine, provided the setting for the Tattonmen ' s first indoor meet victory in three seasons. The Red and Black runners trounced Bates, 80-2 3 to 36-1 3. Willette paced the Huskies by winning the high and broad jumps, and plac- ing third in the shotput. Kenyon, another double wirmer, copped the mile and 1000. The following week the M. I. T. tracksters walloped the T-men 68 to 31 at Cambridge. Captain Kenyon ' s victories in the 1000 and mile, and Willette ' s in the high jump, were the only Northeastern bright spots in the meet. On Washington ' s birthday, the Huskies trav- eled to Amherst, where they romped over the University of Massachusetts, 72 to 41. Willette, who was the high scorer, set a new Pratt Cage record of 6 ft. 2 in., in the high jump. Despite the victories of Kenyon in the 1000 and mile, and Zappulla in the two mile, the men from N. U. were dumped 72 to 38 in the season ' s finale by the University of Maine at Orono on March 5. Qnjo A. County By STAN SADOWSKI Despite finishing 8th in the N. E. I. C. A. A. A. Meet, Gerry Tatton ' s Varsity Harriers experienced their most successful post-war season. Paul ZappuUa was the first N. U. man to cross the finish line in 16th place, with Payson Kenyon in 17th position. Captain Harry Hart came in 20th. Finishing the N. U. scoring were Walt Simon (60th), and Murray Goldman (71st). The Husky Harriers prepped for the meet by defeating Devens, 20-38, at Fort Devens on No- vember 5th. Harry Hart won the race, beating teammate Paul ZappuUa by only one foot. Walt Simon finished fourth, Goldman sixth, and Walt Kuhlen eighth. This was the fifth win in seven starts for the Huskies. N. U. began the season by edging the strong University of Massachusetts team, 27 to 28. Fol- lowing this, the University of New Hampshire, 25 to 30, and the University of Connecticut, 22 to 33, were taken in stride. The Red and Black continued their wiiming streak by whitewashing Bates, 15 to 50. Olympian Ted Vogel and his Tufts ' teammates handed the Huskies their first loss in a tri-meet with B. U. The final count was Tufts 33, N. U. 40, and B. U. 49. The only dual meet loss was suffered at the hands of a strong Springfield team, 15 to 42. Captain Harry Hart, Payson Kenyon, and Paul Zappulla were the consistent top performers for the Tattonmen. Walt Simon, Murray Goldman, Jack Nolan, and Harry Barteau all aided in mak- ing it a very successful season. 1947-48 Varsity Hockey Squad: FiVsf Row, lelt to rigbl: Matthews, Reid, McKen- zie, J. Bell, F. Bell, Heavey, Barry, Tilley. Second Row, left to right: DeMaio, Darling, Makris, Johonnesen, MacEwen, Conroy, Sikolis, Rando, Rosengard. VARSITY HOCKEY SQUAD 1947-1948 CAPTAIN, Donald Kerivan COACH, Mr. Herbert Gallagher S9UAD MEMBERS Robert F. Barry Frank A. Bell, Jr. James L. Bell Charles W. Blanchard John Conroy Herbert Darling John P. Gustafson John J. Heavey Arnold Johonnesen Robert A. MacEwen David L. MacKenzie George Makris Francis Matthews Robert Mclntyre John Nason MANAGERS Robert Rosengard Joseph M. DeMaio Frank Rando James R. Reid Robert Sharp Peter Sikalis W. Lawrence Tilley VARSITY HOCKEY SQUAD CAPTAIN, Donald Kerivan Robert F. Barry Frank A. Bell, Jr. James L. Bell Robert H. Byrne 1948-1949 SQUAD MEMBERS Alfred C. Byrnes Charles W. DeVarennes John J. Heavey Robert H. Howell Arnold Johonnesen Robert A. MacEwen David L. MacKenzie John W. Nason, Jr. COACH, Mr. Herbert Gallagher Frank Rando James R. Reid Robert H. Shepherdson W. .Lawrence Tilley MANAGERS Joseph M. DeMaio Kerkor Kassabian cM By ED STEEVES Surging finishes and sparkling playoff competition high- lighted Northeastern hockey in the ' 47- ' 48 and ' 48- ' 49 rink seasons. After two seasons of mediocre early-contest play. Coach Herb Gallagher ' s scrappy squad, led by Captain " Deke " Kerivan, battled their way into N. E. League playoff spots, and in each of the three playoff games, either toppled or threatened highly touted opponents. The Huskies rode the crest of a five-game win streak to the third-place spot in the loop and a crack at a vaunted Terrier sextet. From the outset of the game, Harry Cleverly ' s charges knew that they would have a battle for their title, but the boys from B. U., often mentioned as N. C. A. A. bid con- tenders, looked like sure winners to the smart folks. 1948-49 Varsity Hockey Squad First Row, tell fo right: Tilley, Barry DeVarennes, Shepardson, J. Bell, Ran do, F. Bell, Howell. Second Row lelt to right: Coocii Gallagher, De Maio (Monogerl, MocEwen, Byrne Heovey, Reid, Kerivan (Captain), Jo hanessen, Nason, MacKenzie, Kossa blan. In the opening stanza the Gallaghermen flashed into a 3-1 lead on two goals by Jim Reid, and a spectacular solo tally by Jimmy Bell. The Huskies belted in another score, but at the end of the frame, B. U. had cut the lead to 4-3. In the third canto, the Terriers came back to tie at 4-all, but Jack Heavey tallied twice and from there on they were never headed. The 8-5 victory put the tired N. U.ers in line for a title match with the fast, smart, and heavy B. C. aggregation. March 9, 1948, will be a date long remembered by North- eastern hockey fans. For that was the night when fighting heart nearly overcame exhaustion as the Husky sextet battled the Heightsmen to within ten minutes of an N. C. A. A. bid, then succumbed by a 6-4 tally, to sheer physical exhaustion and the depth of Eagle reserves. The tired, inspired play of the squad, with special mention to Jimmy Bell, Don Kerivan, and the superb net-minding of Larry Tilley- will live in the hearts of N. U.ers for many years to come. After an up and down start, climaxed by defeats at the hands of B. U„ Harvard, and B. C. in succession. Herb Gallagher ' s charges flashed into a playoff spot in the New England circuit by winning seven of their last eight encounters. The defeat, a near whitewash job, was administered by a classy B. C. team to the tune of 9-1. The Huskies rebounded from the de- feat to pile up a five-game win streak which included a 5-4 triumph over a cocky Harvard squad. Of that affray. Coach Gallagher said, " . . . the best played intercollegiate hockey game I ' ve seen in my years of coaching. " The Husky mentor was to revise his opinion later. Clinching the number three spot in the loop set the stage for a final Husky-Eagle clash, but hopes were low before the game as sports writers and fans predicted a swamping of the Gallaghermen by " Snooks " Kelley ' s powerhouse. Apparently the Husky squad didn ' t know they were up against the class of the nation, or if they knew, they didn ' t care. Sterling play, accurate passing, and close checking kept the lads from the Heights wondering if Coach Gallagher had borrowed a few stars from Michigan or Colorado. It was, in reality, the regular Northeastern squad playing the brand of hockey they save for playoff games. The G-men held the vaunted Eagles to a 2-2 score in the opening frame on markers by scrappy Bob Barry and Sophomore Bobby Byrne. Coach Kelley ' s squad racked up two quick tallies in the second session, only to be tied by scores off the sticks of winger Jim Reid and ace Bob Byrne. The final stanza saw spirited rushes by both squads frustrated by slick goaling by N. U. ' s Bob Howell, and the Eagles ' Bernie Burke. As the sixty minute mark arrived, the scoreboard registered 4-up and drove the now worried league leaders into overtime. In the ensuing overtime period, loyal Huskies ' hearts were finally broken when Jim Fitzgerald from the Heights sank the winning score from thirty feet out to give the Eagles a 5-4 edge. Looking back it is hard to pick an outstanding feature of the two seasons. In the ' 47- ' 48 fracas. Northeastern had five of the first six scorers of the circuit, with Jimmy Bell top man in the league. Jack Heavey, Bob Barry, Jim Reid, Dave Mac- Kenzie, and Frank Rando were up there in order. " Deke " Kerivan ' s effortless skating and smooth, hard checking were outstanding. So was the net play of Larry Tilley, particularly in the playoff games. So was the team spirit and clean sportsmanship of the squad. ' 48- ' 49 is no easier to label. The Harvard game was a high spot. The smooth stick-handling and elusive skating of Jimmy Bell, which again made him the league ' s leading scorer with 42 points, can ' t be counted out. The superb work of game little goalie Bob Howell (of Quincy and throat-protector fame) must be considered. The fighting spirit of the whole team, personified by peppery little Bob Barry, is a factor. The beauty and heartbreak of the B. C. playoff game brought Herb Galla- gher to say, " That was the best college hockey game played in Boston for at least the last ten years. " Coach Gallagher, Captain " Deke " Kerivan, and the whole squad deserve more acclaim than this book con give them. They ' ve given us an example of the best in teamwork and sportsmanship and fighting heart. We wont forget it. CAPTAIN " DEKE " KERIVAN CAPTAIN Francis X. Walsh COACH Mr. William G. Grinnell MEMBERS Richard F. Austin Richard Benson Thomas L Blair Stanley Brenner Charles H. Diehl James R. Douglas Robert S. Johnson Walter I. Keyes Donald Parker Alvan L. Rodenhizer Frank Watts George Watts MANAGERS Wallace Bourne Thomas C. Malloy Varsity Basketball Squad, 1947-48: P rsf Row, eU to right: Rodenhizer, Keyes, Blair, Cap- tain Walsh, Diehl, Mogliozzi, F. Waffs. Second Row, left to right: Bernstein, Bourne, Douglas, Austin, John- son, Brenner, G. Watts, Parker, Coach Grinnell. Varsity Basketball Squad, 1948-49: ? tain Diehl, Blair, Gosselin, Landini, Creedon. Second Ro Austin, Cappuccio, Lynch, Sheldon, Coach Zabilski. s( Row, eft (o right: Walsh, R I, tell to right: Venie, O ' Conn Keyes, Cap- in, Butchard, 9 S ' 49 CAPTAIN Charles H. Diehl COACH Mr. Joseph P. Zabilski MEMBERS Richard F. Austin Thomas L. Blair John F. Butchard John S. Cappuccio Benjamin B. Coleman Peter J. Creedon Norman J. Gosselin Walter I. Keyes Urban T. Landini Robert J. Lynch John M. O ' Connor Alvln L. Rodenhizer Richard W. Sheldon Charles Venie Francis X. Walsh MANAGERS Thomas C. Malloy Raymond J. Quealy By DEXTER GAINSBORO The fighting spirit of the winning 1947-48 Husky basketball team was the prominent factor that has established the past two seasons as the most suc- cessful that the Red and Black have ever enjoyed. Led by its two great stars. Captain Francis " Inga " Walsh and Tom Blair, the ' 47- ' 48 hoopsters com- pleted their difficuU 18 game schedule with 10 wins and 8 losses. Walsh and Blair established themselves as 1-2 in the scoring department, Walsh with 304 and Blair caging 208 points. Tony Maghozzi, the stellar defenseman from Somerville, graduated from college early in the season and his loss was expected to be hard felt. It was only through the sure-fire spirit, and will-to- win, however, that led the boys to a pair of thrilling victories over a highly favored Boston University team. The first game was decided on a double over- t ime win in which Tom Blair scored twice in the last few seconds of play. The second victory was a hectic sudden death thriller that went to the Huskies, 47-43. Among those receiving their letters for the 1947- 48 season were Al Rhodenhizer, Tony Magliozzi, Frank Watts, Wally Keyes, Charlie Diehl, and Dick Austin. At the annual banquet, diminutive Charlie Diehl, the slick ball handler of " push-shot " fame, was elected captain. " Inga " Walsh was named to the All-New England Team. Coach Johnny Grinnell ' s retirement at season ' s end instigated the appointment of amicable Joe Zabilski, the former Boston College football star and University of Maine coach. Zabilski carried on in the successful footsteps of his predecessor to attain a record of 12 wins and G losses. It was through the wizardry of Tom Blair and " Inga " Walsh, together with the superlative play of Captain Charlie Diehl, Urban Landini, Joe Creedon, and Wally Keyes, that the Huskies attained their best hoop record since 1934, rounding out a season that found them undefeated at their home court. The season ' s highlights were Tom Blair ' s late season surge, which reached its peak at the M. I. T. game, in which he scored 31 points. Inga Walsh again led the scoring parade with 320 points, there- by breaking the scoring record held by Al Pajonas back in 1934. At the final game of the season, the Zabilskimen shocked the local hoop circle by com- pletely outplaying a highly-touted Tufts team before a " standing-room only " crowd at Johnson Memorial gym. It was the final game of their college careers for " Inga " Walsh and Tom Blair, in that they already have had four years of competition. As they departed from the court, the tremendous ovation given to these two great stars, was a warming tribute from the hearts of the Northeastern rooters. The spirit, hustle and caliber of their play, will long be an inspiration for future Northeastern greats. BASEBALL By BILL POWERS WON 9 LOST 7 The Huskey baseball team started the season with a bang, winning seven games before dropping a close encounter to Boston College, 3-0. The credit- able final result of nine wins against seven losses shows the excellent caliber of baseball at Northeastern and marks the beginning of bigger and better teams. Gus Keegan led the early season onslaught on the Hus- kies ' opponents with three straight wins, highlighted by a three hitter over the Uni- versity of Massachusetts. The pitching of southpaw John Nason against Worcester Poly- tech, in which he whitewashed them 9-0 on four hits, was a highlight that more than pleased Coach Gallagher. Arnie Johannesen ' s clouting in the Colby game, won by N. U., 6-5, and his pitching and hitting the next day, when we defeated Maine, 7-3, were stellar per- formances. One of the best pitched and hardest fought games was the first Boston University game. With the score tied at 2-2 in the last of the tenth, Frank Rondo lashed out with a drive that put him on the base nearest home. Fran Mathews dropped a bunt to bring Rando home with a slide, giving us a well- earned victory, 3-2. Not to be too soon forgotten is the excellent hitting in the clutch by Bob Johnson against Varsity Baseball Squad, 1949: FIrJ Row, lelt to rlghl: Bagwell, Johannsen, Koplan, Koulo- poulos. Captain Curll, Powers, Johnson, Rondo, Swcrtz. Second Row, telf (o righl: Coach Gallagher, Pratt, Barry, Nason, MacEwen, Keegan, Kassabian, Bourne. Third Row, lell to right: Bell, Brennar, Walsh, Churchly, De Christofors. New Hampshire, which netted us a 3-2 victory over the Bob- cats. Also, not to be forgotten too soon by his team and fol- lowers was the longest and hardest hit ball of the season by Bob Schwartz when he hit a home run at Huntington Field against Tufts. The loss at graduation of southpaw Gus Keegan and " New England ' s best collegiate catcher, " Bob Johnson, will leave two large gaps to be filled next Spring by Herb Gallagher. First baseman Frannie Mathews was elected Captain for the ' 49 season at the varsity banquet. Fran led the regulars in hitting this year with a .309 average, and to him and the ' 49 team goes our best wishes and hopes for a successful season. CAPTAIN, Charles H. Curll COACH, Prof. Herbert Gallagher MEMBERS: Robert Bagwell, Robert F. Barry, Frank A. Bell, Jr., Stanley Brenner, David Churchley, John A. Conroy, George J. DeCristoforo, Arnold J . Johannesen, David Kaplan, Robert D. Keegan, John J. Heavey, Jr., Robert S. Johnson, Michael Koulopoulos, Francis M. Matthews, Nicholas S. Moffa, John W. Nason, Jr., Robert A. MacEwen, William H. Powers, Frank Rando, Paul W. Roman, Robert Schwarz, Francis X. Walsh. o i m ?K ' -- ssHH First Row , left to righl Turve, Prof. Ot s Cu shmon. Faculty Advi er; Pohl, Burnet , Saul- Se cone Row, left (o right William s, Davis Allen, Bell, Ker P- gci Qo 1 ef MEMBERS Frank L. Allen, Jr. Carl V. Anderson Kenneth Barton Laurens L. Battis Roderick W. Bell Warren H. Bennett Bryant B. Besse Arthur E. Burgess Willord P. Davis Cedric H. Dustin, Jr. Bruce P. Eaton Robert G. Kemp Andry Kokidko Michael J. Koulopoulos Roy S. McDonald Donald P. McPhail Kenneth R. Ramsay Anthony L. Rodes Sahag Sahagian Carl G. Schmidt David F. Stephenson Vaselios H. Thomas Harold B. Williams PRESIDENT Arthur E. Pohl VICE-PRESIDENT Leiand J. Burnett SECRETARY William L. Owens TREASURER Alan E. Hildreth ASSISTANT SECRETARY Donald W. Saulnier ASSISTANT TREASURER Robert Turve FACULTY ADVISER Professor Otis F. Cushman MILESTONES OF BETA GAMMA EPSILON Beta Gamma Epsilon Fraternity was founded on February 12, 1919, by seven men who had served together in World War I and wanted to preserve their friendship throughout their college days. This was the first fraternity at Northeastern College, as the University was called in those days. After function- ing for eight years, moving from rented rooms to rented houses, eating at the " greasy spoon, " the fraternity served its first meal. From that day to this, the serving of food in the fraternity house has met with overwhelming success and has been es- sential in building fraternity spirit. The tenth anniversary of the fraternity was cele- brated at the Mohawk Club in Lexington, and this occasion marked the first time an annual meeting was ever held away from the house. The meeting was interrupted by the call of " FIRE, " and in true B. G. E. fashion, the members put out a roof fire in time to welcome the Lexington Fire Department. At this meeting the Alumni Corporation was formed to promote the welfare of B. G. E. Fraternity and to this end vs as successfully operated for the last tw enty years. The efforts of the Alumni Corporation kept the fraternity alive through the depression years and through World War IL Our last rented house was closed in June, 1943, since the members were joining the armed forces faster than new members could be initiated. On March 14, 1947, after being homeless for four years, the Active Chapter, consisting of seven men. moved into our present house at 234 Commonwealth Avenue, v hich was purchased by the Alumni Cor- poration. The problems of these seven men were very similar to those of the original group. After the house was put in proper order, including the cleaning of the crystal chandeliers, the formal open house was held on May 24, 1947. The guests were generous in their praise of the beauty and appoint- ments of the new home. We have had many successful social functions; the first was after the last N. U. football game of the ' 47 season, when we had dinner, followed by a dance, at the house. The next memorable affair was the annual formal dance on January 26, 1948. Unfortu- nately, there was a blizzard that night, and those who got to the dance, were forced to walk home through 20 inches of snow. The Active Chapter was the guest of the Alumni at the 30th Anniversary dance held in Newton on January 29, 1949, where everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves. The next day, 20 Alumni and 20 members attended a buffet dinner at the house. After dinner, the annual meet- ing was held. Two trophies, denoting the Inter- Fraternity Bowling League Championship of 1947- 1948 were on display. Throughout the life of the fraternity, B. G. E. men have been prominent in Northeastern sports and scholastic standing. Judging from the record of the past 30 years, we feel certain that B. G. E. men will continue to be a leading fraternity at Northeastern. Y u $i MEMBERS David R. Cameron Wesley Chalker Donald R. Denault William J. Donoghue Orion E. Evans Philip A. Evans Granville H. Fuller James W. Gay Robert Geary Robert W. Graves Astor P. Igidabashian Daniel F. McDonald Charles D. McManus James J. McSweeny James P. Mosseau Harold Oprandy Richard H. Porter Walton L. Savage Edv ard A. Simonin David C. Stewart John D. Sullivan Archie N. Swasey Richard B. Tilley Richard J. Trench Joseph J. Walsh John E. Wilson First Row, ell to right: Heidel, Mr. Robert Knowlton, Faculty Ad- viser; Clorke, Clifford, Swasey, Chalker. Second Row, lell to right: Evans, Mosseau, McSweeny, Evans, McManus, Geary, Wilson, GRAND COUNCILLOR Harold S. Clarke VICE-GRAND COUNCILLOR John W. Clifford GRAND MARSHAL Robert H. Heidel GRAND QUESTOR Carlton E. Bennett, Jr. GRAND SCRIBE John H. Crapo FACULTY ADVISER Mr. Robert J. Knov lton r j K Gamma Phi Kappa Fraternity: Fir$t Row, lelt to right: Mr. Willett, Mello, Keene, Barbierri, Belforti, Prescott, Betro, Mrs. VonDetten. Second Row, left to right: Smith, Moss, LoMontagne, Murphy, MacDonold, Matthews, Popile, Nason, Albanese, Greer, Pavloglou. Third Row, left to right.- Gradowski, Coogon, Druker, DeMoio, Barry, Rondo, Mohar, Dever, Beshara. 1948 1949 PRESIDENT Jackson C. Keene Edward Belforti VICE-PRESIDENT Gerald J. Betro Robert Prescott SECRETARY Robert P. Dever Ralph Evers TREASURER Armand Gab iel Armand Gabrie FACULTY ADVISER Mr. Edward R V illett MEMBERS Joseph Albanesse Raymond Druker William McDonald Guido Barbierri James Evans Victor E. Mello Robert Barry Done Id Fisher Earl Moss Peter Beshara Bruno H. Gradowski Richard Murphy Jack Conroy William Greer John Nason Thomas Coogan Done Id Kerivan James D. Popile Alden Crawford Normand LoMontagne Vasileos 1. Pavloglou Joseph M. DeMaio V illiam J. Mahar Frank Rondo Joseph Dowd M. F ancis Matthews Robert Smith QoffUfta Plil Kofinxi r ' ft I Holding Banner: LInsky, Isgur. first Row, lell to right: Bergheim, Land- man, Revis, Safon, Kaplan, Nathan. Second Row, left to right: Krensky, Gordon, Elliott, Lipsky, Rooks, Potish MEMBERS Mel Alter Lawrence Bergheim Martin C Elliott Elliot Linsky Burton Federman Sumner Lipske Herbert Geller Merrill Lovinger Hal Goodstein Maurice Mann Leonard Gordon Morton Noddell Irving Isgur Gerard Reder David B. Kaplan Morris Reefe Saul Klashman George Revis Sheldon Krensky Harvey Rooks Herbert Lerner Norman Rosenblatt Leon Landnnan Aaron Sacks ' efcP ' CHANCELLOR Arnold Kushner VICE-CHANCELLOR Leonard Safon BURSAR Sidney Stein RECORDING SCRIBE M. William Nathan CORRESPONDING SCRIBE Edwin Potish FACULTY ADVISER Mr. Lav rence H. Malchman ll r-. . WMMIk 11 if b f If ? InLa Bw M l ? 1 A 1 f ' W MEMBERS Robert J. Ainsworth C. Henderson Beal Wesley B. Burgess David Churchley Robert C. Clark Robert W. Donnelly William E. Gillis Richard F. Hufflngton Bayard Lincoln Robert M. Mellor H. William Miller, Jr. Robert L. Meserve Robie A. Nickerson, Jr. Gerald L. Sherwood Alexander N. Tedesco Kenneth S. Telfer James P. Terry Perry G. Vienot Robert B. Wylde First Row, left to right: Clark, Thorpe, He- bard, Thomson, Hall, Johnson, Mr. Thom- as. Second Row, left to right: Hufflngton, Lincoln, Terry, Tedasco, Telfer, Vienot. Third Row, left to right: Miller, Sherwood, Beal, Donnelly. GRAND MASTER, Robert B. Thomson VICE-GRAND MASTER, Donald A. Hall GRAND CHANCELLOR, Alden C. Hebard VICE-GRAND CHANCELLOR, James A. Thorpe GRAND SCRIBE, Carl J. Johnson PLEDGEMASTER, Harry Johnson FACULTY ADVISER, Mr. Reginald C. Thomas J h Zfx44io4 eia First Row, hit lo right: Dr Blois, Lemonias, Curley, Du Long, A. Rich, Slderis, Willis Second Row, lelt to right: M Rich, Young, Bryant, Thomp- son, Curll, Honey. Th.Vd Row, lelt to right: McKay, Brenan Swoine, Sweeney, Barsanti Edmiston. P u fieta AUma MEMBERS Umberto J. Barsanti PRESIDENT Richard Brenan Charles J. Dulong Philip Bryant VICE-PRESIDENT Charles Curll Wladislaw P. Kaminsky James Edmiston Richard F. Mills SECRETARY George C. Frost Milton S. Rich, Jr. William T. Curley Henry A. Gagnon, Jr. Charles A. Honey, III William J. Kent James P. Lemonias Stewart McKay John P. Ryan George Sideris Charles Swaine Ralph E. Sweeney Robert E. Thompson James W. Walsh, Jr. George L. Willis Maynard L. Young, Jr. TREASURER Arthur P. Rich HISTORIAN Harlan M. Gillis FACULTY ADVISER Dr. Raymond E. Blois First Row, left to right Boyd Reiser Carlson, Debrowolski, Knight. Second Row, left to right: Tilly, Bennett, Moore, Beoudett, Girardeau, Keeley, MEMBERS Nelson A. Beaudet Alan C. Bennett Bruce Boyd Arthur Calderaro William F. Carlson Joseph S. Dobrowolski Joseph Girouard Richard W. Hatch Donald Hearth Alfred N. Judd John F. Keeley Edward J. Knight Robert F. Longley Arthur F. Lawrence Thomas A. Moore John O. Pearson Larry Tilley Richard Whall PRESIDENT William F. Carlson VICE-PRESIDENT Richard W. Hatch TREASURER Matthew J. Reiser SECRETARY Edward J. Knight SOCIAL CHAIRMAN Willis Boyd FACULTY ADVISER Mr. George W. Hankinson PAi Qi a4ft4na Pi -»r«»ac First Row, left to right: Locke, Starr, Garshick, Herman, Prof. Louis Cooper- stein, Lewis. Second Row, left to right: Barnelt, Kushner, Perlrtian, Bolnick, Struck, Brown, Shulman. Third Row, left to right: Miller, Ornstein, Gladstone, Greenberg, Cohen, Goldman. SUf Koff aP MEMBERS HIGH POTENTATE Sidney Herman Ralph Brown Frank Cohen POTENTATE Alfred Garshick Sumner Cohen David Corman Lewis H. Fine Eugene Greenwood COMPTROLLER Stanley Berezin Herbert Flatto Harvey Fox Seymour Kushner Carl Lewis SCRIBE Sidney Fixler Samuel Gladstone Merle 1. Locke FACULTY ADVISER Robert Glassmon Lawrence Noble Professor Louis Cooperstein Herbert N. Goldman Melvin Ornstein Leon Greenberg Louis Perlman Joseph Shulman Harold Starr Walter Struck Robert E. VanDernoot n MEMBERS Alfred S. Bishop John J. Brazil Louis H. Burbo Donald S. Butterworth Robert Ccnnpatelli Alfredo F. Clercuzio Angelo R. Cucugliota Vincent J. DiNatale Philip LaTorre Leo D. Picardi Joseph C. Place Michael Princiotta John F. Ready William R. Ruble Frank C. Sannella Malcolm A. Smith L. Paul Taylor Angelo D. Velardocchia if. 7 U- ,.M J c:= - ' - -«i ' - Firsl Row, lelt lo right: Cucugliota, Brazil, Banville, Princiotta, Velardocchia. Second Row, left to right: Taylor, Bishop, Ruble, Billings, Campotelli, Restivo. PRESIDENT, Joseph A. Banville VICE-PRESIDENT, Frederick E. Haynes SECRETARY, David E. Warner TREASURER, Walter E. Scott FACULTY ADVISER, Mr. William Wallace Si(f4fUl PUL AlfJiXl INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL PRESIDENT, Harold S. Clarke VICE-PRESIDENT, Robert Clark SECRETARY-TREASURER, Robert A. Smith, Div. A Alan C, Bennett, Div. B Division A A.K.S. — Harold S. Clarke B.G.E. — Warren H. Bennett K.Z.P. —Elliot Linsky G.P.K.— Robert A. Smith P.B.A. — James Edmiston P.G.P. — Robert Langley S.K.P. —Merle I. Locke N.E.Z.— Robert Clark S.P.A. — David Warner MEMBERS Division B A.K.S. — Harold S. Clarke B.G.E. — Roderick W. Bell K.Z.P. — Burton Federman G.P.K.— Ralph R. Evers P.B.A. — Milton Rich P.G.P. — Alan C. Bennett S.K.P. — Harold Starr N.E.Z.— Donald Hall S.P.A. — Paul Taylor Ray James, President of the |. Day College Alumni Associa- tion, presents Richard New- comb with the Initial Alumni Award of 1947. o UkeO ' iten l niae uMtf. AUuntU AwGAoi Professor Bruce, President Ell, Richard Newcomb, President Roy James, Dean Wtiil M. 9. p. luMi id BOB BARRY and TOM BLAIR receiving the " Most Improved Player Award ' Ed Nankin, Bob Barry (HOCKEY) Tom Blair, Dexter Gainsboro (BASKETBALL) M ' i. At. 1 . " OMEGA SIGMA Choice " Laurens Battis, Jr., being crowned by Betty Ann Groves ROBERT GRAY DODGE, Chairman FRANK LINCOLN RICHARDSON, Vice-Chairman CARL STEPHENS ELL, President of the University ROBERT GREENOUGH EMERSON, Treasurer EVERETT AVERY CHURCHILL, Secretary Everett Avery Churchill A.B., Ed.D. Vice-President of the University William Crombie White S.B., Ed.M. Director of the Day Colleges Administrative Heads of Day Colleges: First Row, hit to right: Dean Hamilton, Dean Alex- ander, Dr. Churchill, President Ell, Dean White, Dean Lake. Seconc Row, iell to right: Prof. Fenneli, Dean Havice, Prof. Parsons, Prof. Henderson, Prof. Nightingale, Prof. Schlogenhauf, Prof. Oberg, Prof. Morris, Dean Melvin. Officers of the Day Colleges CARL S. ELL, A.B., M.S., Ed.M., Sc.D., LL.D., President of the University EVERETT A. CHURCHILL, A.B., Ed.D., Vice-President of the University V ILLIAM C. WHITE, S.B., Ed.M., Director of Day Colleges MILTON J. SCHLAGENHAUF, A.B., B.D., M.A., Director of Admissions WILLIAM T. ALEXANDER, S.B., M.A., Dean of the College of Engineering ROGER S. HAMILTON, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Dean of the College of Business Administration WILFRED S. LAKE, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Dean of the College of Liberal Arts GEORGE R. FENNELL, S.B., M.B.A., Secretary of the Faculty CHARLES W. HAVICE, A.B., M.A., S.T.B., Ph.D., Dean of Chapel FREDERICK R. HENDERSON, S.B., M.S., Director of Veterans ' and Student Accounts Office HAROLD W. MELVIN, A.B., M.A., Dean of Students RUDOLPH M. MORRIS, S.B., Ed.M., Registrar WINTHROP E. NIGHTINGALE, A.B., S.B., Ed.M., Director of Co-operative Work EDWARD S. PARSONS, S.B., Ed.M., Director of Student Activities RUDOLF O. OBERG, S.B., Ed.M., Director of Alumni Relations 25 yea il First Row, left to right: Prof. Rich ards, Prof. Stearns, Prof. Ferretti Prof. Pugsley (ReMred), Dr. Carl S Ell, Prof. Coolldge, Prof. Spear. Sec ond Row, left to right: Prof. Night ingale, Prof. Zeller, Prof. Baker Prof. Porter, Prof. Parsons, Prof Boird, Prof. Bruce, Prof. Gramstorff Prof. Schlogenhauf. Dean Melvln- not present. ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Irving T. Berkland, Co-ordinator of Co-operative Work Thomas R. Braddock, Co-ordinator of Co-operative Work James H. Cassedy, Co-ordinator of Co-operative Work David F. S. Clark, Assistant Director of Veterans ' and Student Accounts Office John F. DeVitt, Head Proctor Daisy Milne Everett, Bursar Thomas N. Farrell, Co-ordinator of Co-operative Work Mary B. Foor, Manager of Bookstore Wimot D. GrifFith, Assistant Director of Student Activities Warren S. Hcllamore, Assistant Director of Admissions George M. Lane, College Physician Robert E. Lang, Assistant Director of Veterans ' and Student Accounts OfFice Nathan Levenson, Press Bureau Gilbert G. MocDonald, Assistant to the Dean of Students Richard W. McCarthy, Assistant to the Registrar Doris E. McCausland, Adviser to Women Students Prudie Rae Moore, Assistant Director of Admissions Rudolph O. Oberg, Director of Alumni Relations Caroline Frances Pettingell, Assistant Bursar Philip E. Posey, Assistant Director of Alumni Relations Jack D. Raymond, Co-ordinator of Co-operative Work Daniel J. Roberts, Jr., Assistant to the Director of Student Activities J. Kenneth Stevenson, Supervisor of Buildings and Grounds Edward J. Sullivan, Jr., Assistant to the Director of Admissions George W. Towie, Associate Director of Co-operative Work Myra White, Librarian gcuUm DAY COLLEGE FACULTY WILLIAM T. ALEXANDER, S.B., M.AM., Professor of Industrial Engineering and Chairman of the Department. CHESTER P. BAKER, S.B., M.A., Professor of Chemical Engi- neering and Chairman of the Department. CHARLES F. BARNASON, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Modern Languages and Chairman of the Department. ROBERT BRUCE, B.C.S., M.C.S., Professor of Accounting. JOSEPH A. COOLIDGE, S.B., M.A., Professor of Physics. ELMER H. CUTTS, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of History and Government and Chairman of the Department. CHARLES H. DUFTON, A.B., M.A., Assistant Professor of Marketing and Advertising and Acting Chairman of the Department. ALFRED J. FERRETTI, S.B., M.S., Professor of Mechanical En- gineering. GEORGE S. FORBES, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry. PAUL W. GLENNON, M.B.A., LL.M., J.S.D., Associate Pro- fessor of Law and Accounting and Acting Head of the Department. EMIL A. GRAMSTORFF, S.B., M.S., Professor of Civil Engineer- ing and Chairman of the Department. ROGER S, HAMILTON, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Economics and Chairman of the Department. CHARLES W. HAVICE, A.B., M.A., S.T.B., Ph.D., Professor of Sociology and Chairman of the Department. FREDERICK W. HOLMES, A.B., M.A., Professor of Physics and Chairman of the Department. REGINALD G. LACOUNT, S.B., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Physics and Chairman of the Department. WILFRED S. LAKE, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Economics. HAROLD W. MELVIN, A.B., M.A., Professor of English. S L , H GEORGE H. MESERVE, Jr., S.B., Ed.M., Professor of History and Art. RUDOLPH M. MORRIS, S.B., Ed.M., Professor of Education. WINTHROP E. NIGHTINGALE, A.B., S.B., Ed.M., Professor of Co-ordination and Chairman of the Department. EDWARD S. PARSONS, S.B., Ed.M., Professor of Physical Education and Chairman of the Department. ROLAND G. PORTER, B.E.E., M.S., Professor of Electrical Engineering and Chairman of the Department. NORMAN A. PREBLE, A.B., M.Sc, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biology and Acting Chairman of the Department. JOSEPH SPEAR, A.B., M.A., Professor of Mathematics and Chairman of the Department. ELIOT F. TOZER, S.B., Professor of Drawing and Chairman of the Department. ARTHUR B. WARREN, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psychology and Chairman of the Department. ARTHUR A. VERNON, S.B., M.S., Ph.D., Professor of Chem- istry and Chairman of the Department. JOSEPH W. ZELLER, S.B., M.E., Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Chairman of the Department. College of Business Administration as they appeared before the NEWS cameraman. Seoted from eft to right are; Hogon, Greene, Bruce, Dean Hamilton, Glennon, Dufton, and Schoonover. % ort6 r Q from left to right ore; Cooper, Segal, Wilson, Thornton, Cerullo, Hughes, Golemme, Gubellini, Willett, Keith and Malch- ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS CHARLES O. BAIRD, JR., S.B., M.S., Civil Engineering. LAURENCE F. CLEVELAND, S.B., M.S., Electrical Engineering. OTIS F. CUSHMAN, S.B., M.S., Drawing. JOHN J. DEVINE, S.B., Sc.M., Drawing. GEORGE R. FENNELL, S.B., M.B., Business Management. CARL D. JOHNSON, A.B., M.A., Physics. WILLIAM F. LUDER, A.B., Ph.D., Chemistry. EVERETT C. MARSTON, A.B., M.A., English. WALDEMAR S. McGUIRE, S.B., M.A., Chemistry. ANTONIO L. MEZZACAPPA, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Modern Languages. JOHN C. MORGAN, S.B.,M.B.A., Chemical Engineering. A. HOWARD MYERS, A.B., M.A., Industrial Relations. GEORGE E. PIHL, S.B., M.S., Electrical Engineering. HENRY E. RICHARDS, S.B., M.S., Electrical Engineering. LYNN I. SCHOONOVER, Ph.B., P.M., Economics. FREDERICK A. STEARNS, S.B., M.S., Mechanical Engineering. GERALD R. TATTON, S.B., M.B.A., Physical Education and Head Coach of Track. GEORGE W. TOWLE, S.B., Co-ordination. GEORGE B. WELCH, S.B., Ph.D., Physics. SAVERIO ZUFFANTI, S.B., M.A., Chemistry. College of Liberal Arts. First Row, leh lo right: Hovice, Melvin, Spear, Lake, Mrs. Daly, Vernon, Holmes, Miroyionnis. Second Row, left to right: ZutTanti, McGuire, Welch, La- count, T. Wallace, Sommerville, Mez- zocappa, Borneson. Third Row, left lo right: Luder, Grinnell, MacDoncId, Lob, Johnson, Warren, Norvlsh. Fourth Row, left lo right: Cook, W. Wallace, Cooperstein, Combellack, Capon. Filth Row, left to right: Schouss, Fenn, Barrs, Morston, Beal. ASSISTANT PROFESSORS JAMES T. BARRS, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., English. FLETCHER S. BOIG, S.B., M.S., Chemistry. HERBERT K. BROWN, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering. REGINALD L. CAPON, S.B., M.A., English. SAVERIO CERULLO, S.B., M.B., Accounting. WILLIAM T. CLONEY, JR., A.B., English. EDWARD M. COOK, A.B., M.A., Mathematics. LOUIS COOPERSTEIN, A.B., M.A., Modern Languages. BLANCHE B. DALY, A.B., M.Sc, M.A., Ph.D., Biology. WARREN C. DEAN, A.B., M.A., Mathematics. NORMAN A. BUBOIS, S.B., M.A., Ph.D., Chemistry. MARTIN W. ESSIGMANN, S.B., M.S., Electrical Engineering. EDMUND W. FENN, A.B., M.A., History and Government. HERBERT W. GALLAGHER, S.B., Physical Education. JOSEPH M. GOLEMME, S.B., M.A., Accounting. LYMAN A. KEITH, S.B., M.A., Business Manageme nt. HOLLIS M. LEVERETT, A.B., M.E., Psychology. FRANKLIN NORVISH, S.B., M.A., English. GUSTAV ROOK, S.B., Drawing. ALBERT E. SANDERSON, JR., S.B., M.S., Drawing. ALBERT K. SCHMIEDER, S.B., Mechanical Engineering. ERNEST L. SPENCER, S.B., M.S., Civil Engineering. THOMAS H. WALLACE, S.B., M.A., Ph.D., Physics. College of Engineering. Professors Smith and Coolidge ore not in the picture due to ill- ness. First Row; Zeller, Spear, Dean White, Dean Alexander, Tozer, Vernon, Porter. Second Row: Richards, Boker, Gromstorff, Ferretti, Cleve- land, ZufTonti, Morgan. Third Row-. Cushman, Luder, Lacount, Stearns, McGuire, Johnson, Troupe, Meserve, C. Boird. fourth Row, Rook, Sonderson, Devine, Stubbs, Combelloclt, Spencer, Pihl, T, Wallace, Dean, fifth Row, Colahon, Welch, Schmieder, White, Lob, H. Baird, Spen- cer, McCallister, W. Wallace. Sixth Row, Knowllon, Mills, Cook, Cowen, Sommerville. INSTRUCTORS ROBERT B. ANGUS, S.B., Electrical Engineering. MOLLIS S. BAIRD, Physics. IRVING T. BERKLAND, S.B., Co-ordination. WALLACE P. BISHOP, A.B., M.A., English and History. EUGENE J. BLACKMAN, S.B., M.A., English. RAYMOND E. BLOIS, S.B., M.A., Ph.D., English. WILLIAM N. BOURNE, A.B., M.A., Economics. THOMAS R. BRADDOCK, A.B., Co-ordination. GEORGE G. BROOKS, A.B., M.S., Mathematics. HAROLD G. BUCHBINDER, S.B., Mechanical Engineering. JAMES H. CASSEDY, A.B., Co-ordination. ROBERT A. DALLAS, A.B., Economics. RICHARD G. DOMEY, S.B., Ed.M., Psychology and Sociology. MARTIN W. DONOVAN, A.B., Ed.M., English. THOMAS N. FARRELL, A.B., Co-ordination. MELVIN W. FRIEDMAN, S.B., Drawing. MARY S. GALLANT, S.B., Physical Education (Women). ALVIN R. GOLDSMITH, A.B., Mathematics. WESLEY L GOULD, A.B., M.A., History and Government. WILMOT D. GRIFFITH, A.B. M.A., Education and Psychology. CARLO E. GUBELLINI, S.B., Business Administration. GEORGE W. HANKINSON, A.B., S.B., Civil Engineering. WILLIAM S. HANNA, LL.B., Co-ordination. WILLIAM C. HULTGREN, S.B., Physical Education. CHRISTOPHER F. KENNEDY, A.B., Ed.M., Mathematics. GEORGE KHIRALLA, S.B., M.A., English. CHARLES E. KITCHIN, A.B., M.A., Modern Languages. ROBERT J. KNOWLTON, S.B., Industrial Engineering. LEONARD B. LANDALL, S.B., Co-ordination. WALTER H. LOB, S.B., Physics. LAWRENCE H. MALCHMAN, S.B., Ed.M., Accounting. NORMAN S. McCALLISTER, A.B., Ed.M., Mathematics. DORIS E. McCAUSLAND, B.Ed.M., Ed.M., Physics. EDWARD L. McCORMACK, S.B., Marketing and Advertising. JAMES L McPHERSON, A.B., Sociology. ERNEST E. MILLS, S.B., Mechanical Engineering. BENJAMIN M. PERLES, S.B., M.B.A., Accounting. FRANK L. PIZZUTO, A.B., M.A., ST.B., Modern Languages. DOROTHY E. PRATT, S.B., Chemistry. JACK D. RAYMOND, S.B., Co-ordination. WILLIAM H. REYNOLDS, S.B., M.A., English. DANIEL J. ROBERTS, JR., S.B., Accounting. HERMANN SCHAUS, A.B., M.A., English. ALBERT SLAVIN, S.B., Ed.M.S., Accounting. STUART B. SOMMERVILLE, A.B., Mathematics. FREDERICK L TEST, S.B., M.S., Mechanical Engineering. REGINALD C THOMAS, S.B., M.S., Biology. JOSEPH F. VOZZELLA, S.B., Chemical Engineering Research. HAROLD H. WADE, A.B., English. WILLIAM WALLACE, S.B., Mathematics. ROBERT J. WEAFER, B.B.A., Accounting. ROBERT S. WHITE, S.B., Mechanical Engineering. ROBERT G. WILFONG, A.B., M.A., Government. EDWARD R. WILLETT, S.B., Economics. DONALD G. WILSON, S.B., Ed.M., Economics. JOSEPH P. ZABILSKI, S.B., Head Coach of Football and Basketball. Ach4iXi4juJje Sxf4iie4 To Professor Everett C. Morston, Faculty Adviser to the CAULDRON, for his excellent sug- gestions and untiring efForts in the compilation of this book. To Mr. Franklin Waid, of Waid Studios, for his co-operation and excellent photographic work. To Mr. Russell C. Knight, of the Stobbs Press, Inc., for his co-operation and creative guidance. To Professor Rudolf O. Oberg and Mr. Philip E. Posey, of the Alumni Office, end Professor Milton J. Schlogenhauf, Director of Admissions, for their help in locating and of generous contributions of material. To Miss Peppard and Miss Gunter, of the Activi- ties Department, and Miss White, Secretary to the Dean of Engineering, for their patience and assistance in all phases of the work. To Mrs. Prout, Secretary to the President, for her excellent liaison and odvice. And to all others without whose assistance this yearbook could not possibly have been a proper publication and representation of the graduating class; the editors and staff of the CAULDRON wish to express their grateful appreciation. ' FAREWELL TO NORTHEASTERN By JOSEPH CRESCIMBENI Oh let us praise Northeastern, As each new year does start; Friendships form a loyal tie. With sweet memories in each heart. If we fail to meet friends again. For each must go a chosen way. Days well spent in Northeastern, Bind us all, where ' er we stray. Our life must be plarmed alone, A precious journey lies ahead; College is but a stepping stone. On the long path for Youth to tread; Let us sing not a mournful tune. Let there be laughter in the air. Praise and shout for Northeastern, And to the many dreams we shared. Farewell then, to Northeastern, Praise her honored deeds and name; Futures that in shadows lie. Will win our Alma Mater fame; Triumphantly, we leave your halls. For we have prospered in our stay. Onward and through Northeastern, To greet success which comes our way. 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 he called upon to perform. SAWYER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Builders of Richards Hall Student Center Building and the Auditorium THIRTY-ONE ST. JAMES AVE. BOSTON, MASS. Best Wishes io the Class of 1950CFT BETA GAMMA EPSILON Compliments of J. P. O ' CONNELL CO. 110 Forsyth Street Bost on Massachusetts Compliments of the INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL ALPHA KAPPA SIGMA BETA GAMMA EPSILON GAMMA PHI KAPPA KAPPA ZETA PHI NU EPSILON ZETA PHI BETA ALPHA PHI GAMMA PI SIGMA KAPPA PSI SIGMA PHI ALPHA Compliments of the CLASS OF 1950C Compliments of the CLASS OF 1951 Compliments of the CLASS OF 1952 Compliments of the CLASS OF 1953 THE NORTHEASTERN NEWS extends its Heartiest Congratulations and Best Wishes on this graduation to the CLASS of 1950CFT For Better . . . More Dependable Laundering (Anything Washable) TR Y . . . WING ' S LAUNDRY 31 IB Huntington Ave. Boston, Mass. Opposite Y.M.C.A. Visit FULLER ' S . . . for Plans for your new home Lumber is lower in price but higher in quality this year. Let us explain our finance service for repairs and improvements also. G. FULLER SON LUMBER COMPANY 550 Western Avenue Brighton Massachusetts G. H. FULLER, ' 50 ST. 2-2500 Jusf a stone ' s throw from Northeastern " World ' s Longest " HUNTINGTON (55) ALLEYS 255 Huntington Ave. Boston, Mass. (Next to Symphony Hall) OPEN THE YEAR AROUND Daily: 9 A.M. to Midnight Sundays: 1 to 1 1 P.M. Compliments to the Class of 1950CFT from HARVEY RADIO LABORATORIES. INC. 447 Concord Ave. Cambridge, Mass. Compliments of A FRIEND HOTEL STATLER Boston Home of the beautiful Terrace Room . . . Caie Rouge . . . Veranda DINNER and SUPPER DANCING — NAME BANDS D. B. STANBRO, Manager " Good Food for over 25 years ' Luther Witham, Inc. Caterers Telephone LYnn 2-5581 441 Chatham Street Lynn, Mass. CAMBRIDGE THERMIONIC CORP. 445 Concord Avenue Best Wishes to the Class of 1950CFT 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 lloii Stntio 18 Newbury Street Boston Massachusetts School and College Photographers Completely equipped to render the highest quality crafts- manship and an expedited service on both personal portraiture and photography for college annuals. Photographers to this Cauldron Patrons may obtain duplicates at any time Compliments of A FRIEND KEnmore 6-0469 Circle 7- ' SELTZER ' S FLOWER SHOP (Next to Symphony Hall) 251 Huntington Ave. Boston, Mass. Deluxe Cruiser Motor Coach Service for all occasions at Reasonable Prices 21 to 41 Passengers THE RAWDING LINE. Copley Plaza Hotel INC. Boston, Mass. Tel. 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