Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA)

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The minority leader had only one solid argument in his favor — eventually even that was challenged. " I didn ' t read it anywhere, " the student admitted meekly, " but Dr. Cutts told me. " The room fell silent. The point was won. Elmer H. Cutts is best known to the University and the community as a scholar and a lecturer. At both he is un- paralleled. Even in the field of human relations the quiet, mild-mannered teacher from Colorado excels. After taking his undergraduate and master ' s degrees at the University of Washington, Dr. Cutts came East to earn his Ph.D. at Harvard University. He joined the Northeastern University Day College faculty in 1941, and following a two- year tour of duty with the Army in Europe, became head of the newly re-organized History-Government Department in 1947. The author of various scholarly treatises on Indie civiliza- tion. Professor Cutts began work in 1951 on " World Civiliza- tion Before Christ " , now partially published, but still in- complete. In this project he is being aided by his wife, Amelia, herself a Greek scholar. Dr. Cutts has managed, in addition to his intellectual activities, to maintain the interest in sports that von him a letter in cross-country as an undergraduate at Washington University. Besides faculty bowling, he is an avid hand- ball enthusiast, and started the Faculty Handball League here at Northeastern. To this friend of students, to this inspiring teacher and scholar, to this athlete we dedicate the 1954 edition of the CAULDRON. ' P eUcCcHt ' " TfCe a e To complete successfully the scholastic requirement of a college course is the attainment of an important goal for any person, but to enrich college life by participation in the variovis worth-while activities outside the classroom is to increase manyfold the satisfaction of achievement. You may well be proud of the activities of your class, many of which are recorded in the pages of this CAULDRON. I am mindful of the fine spirit which the Class of 1954 has evidenced in all causes which the University has sponsored. The splendid support of the Library Building Fund is an example. I am glad that you have been able to see and to enjoy the result of your endeavors while still in college; I am de- lighted that the Library became a part of your undergraduate days. This is not always true in life. Sometimes the goal is far beyond the horizon and we may never see the final results of our work. You will discover as you go through life that your journey toward success is like climbing a mountain — each hill reveals a still higher peak ahead. But the satisfaction of reaching and overcoming each obstacle along the way is an inspiration and challenge to continue on to the higher peaks. My sincere best wishes to each of you as you leave your Alma Mater. May your success in college be multiplied many times in the years ahead. ■ 4cUpUMitn Xca Left to right: Mr. Darling, Dr. Garland, Miss Moore, Prof. Fennell ws ' HJunw uNivtttnf B W t - 1 Eg M m Seated, left to right: Miss Coy, Miss Coan, Mrs. Silva, Mrs. Tisch. Standing, left to right: Mr. Roberts, Dr. Lane, Miss Dorsey, Prof. Kitchin, Prof. Tatton, Mr. Con- nolly. STUDENT ACTIVITIES Charles E. Kitchin Director of Student Activities ' Z Rudolph M. Morris Registrar of the Day Colleges GENERAL ADMINISTRATION Seated, left to right : Mr. Stevenson, Mrs. Everett, Miss Poor, Dr. Zoerner. Standing, left to right : Prof. Hender.son, Mr. Spinney, Mr. DeVitt, Mr. Lang. ■111} Harold W. Melvin Dean of Students Myra L. Herrick Dean of Women Gilbert MacDonald Dean of Freshmen P1 I ' :SS Bl liKAl Left to right: Nathan Levenson, George Speers, Ernest Roberts. Herbert W. Gallagher I Director of Athletics Rudolph 0. Oberg Director of Alumni Relations ■(12} CO-OP DEPT. Seated, left to right: Pnif. Towle. Mr. Seaverns, Piof. Wooldiidge, Prof. Field, Prof. Raymond. Standing, left to right: Mr. Sprague. Mr. Borman, Mr. Robinson. Prof. McCarthy, Mr. McMahon, Mr. Littlefield. From study in the Library to practice on the job. LIBRARY Seated, left to right: Miss Lunde, Miss Bangs. Stand- ing, left to right: Prof. Moody. Mr. Donley, Miss Arnzten, Mrs. Liu, Miss Mulvey, Mrs. Butterworth, Miss. Alpern, Miss White, Miss Creamer, Miss Watts. BIAfafctf f - %%%« .. JL he school day at Northeast began, for many of us, at Park Stre — where we often felt like turning arovind and heading for home. After a " short " wait, we glided noiselessly through the tunnels to 360 Hunting- ton Avenue and our college life. On the following pages we will nember some ' of those days. MORNING Off the M.T.A. and into N.U. runs a steady stream of students. English, Physics, Marketing Research and Structural Analysis will be our concern, but not be- fore . . . Commons coffee to get us off on the right foot. And when all good things come to an end, all too soon . . . On to more serious work. And so wc walk the corridors to that early bird class. The empty classrooms that await us soon are filled with the business of learning , trn i: The reward for industry — the " break " between classes. Laboratory equip- ment is set in motion and the problem of the day is solved . . . ™ " 1 ff !|| H ■K M V f . H i »K1 3 A, , t MKkl 1 A quiet Library before the arrival of the noon crowd. ■■ , " TB ' -MB 1 1 1 v JL J|m| H iTnoonJI y BHHHHikI JHJIJ i jifi ■ " ■ ' . M T " — f i . Ik JH p..» " TP - f i P b ' ;.?; n i 1 w n (Left) The Commons is crowded as hungry students hombard the counters while (above) the Husky High- Ughters pipe a broadcast into the Commons. (Below ) After lunch we have the chance to enjoy a little outdoor activity. On occasion we witness a snappy drill by the Per- shing Rifle Team. " " • SI WM Sometimes we see a noon concert (above), a ground breaking ceremony for a new gym (left), or tbe lay ing of a library cornerstone (below). IVIakiii music al noon rehearsals are (left) the l an l and (below ) the churns. (Left ) Plans are cheeked by Presidents Tom Barrett and Don Gardiner for Senior Week and (right ) by Omega Sigma Cabinet members for the first dance sponsored by the sororitv. Some Chessmen like it cold, some Masquers like it hot . . i m-mmm.- Noontime is also the time for frat capers such as this " paddling " applied to a pledge. India ' s political [role in world affairs is discussed at an l.R.C. meeting by a native speaker. Nothing like getting out in the sun — even though it means work. The extremes of after- noon activity give us (above ) the Annual Children ' s Christmas Party sponsored by Omega Signia-Student Union and (left ) a spring ball game. AFTERNOON Some of us go to classes — forever. There are the serious moments — laying of the cornerstone for the new gym. (Left ) There are the spectacular times — our soldier band backs the football team to victory. (Below) And there are leisure times — sailing on the Charles. ii Afternoons we check on ihe progress of the new Gymnasium Building (Above) On one afternoon a sign is changed and N.U. has a new Vice-President. While (right) some students spend their afternoon hours in the Listening Room of the Library. An occasional afternoon beach party adds to the activity of the day. After all is said and done, if you don ' t sleep nights you gotta sleep afternoons. Hcfln M 1 HP 1 " M r K J EVENING Professor M. Tucker Reiser, director of the Chorus, takes a bow at N.U. Night at Pops. N.U. Coeds whoop it up in an e eniug jam session at the dorm. The queen of the Junior Prom says a few words, and then I below) ever bod dances. Omega Sigma holds the first sorority dance. Strictly for males. Night at Northeastern. And then the Dawn. Class History TT was September of 1949. The grass outside the buildings of Northeastern, the grass which later became asphalt, was suddenly stampeded by 1070 wild-eyed youngsters hungry tor a little learning and a taste of college life. These were the freshmen. Most of them were just out of high school and scarcely out of knickers and bobby sox. But some of them were purposeful young men here to study under the GI Bill. The frosh were greeted by their class adviser, Professor Joseph M. Golemme who welcomed them and wished them success during their stay at .U. All blended into the great con- fusion of Registration Day. This was the largest freshman registration in the history of the Univer- sity. Later in the fall, Ed Goodstein, a cub reporter for the News, polled us frosh and discovered that we liked our professors and the Co-op system, although we had had little of one and none of the other. And then, on the day after Columbus Day, two members of the class of ' 54 sailed over the undulating terrain of the Andover countryside faster than any other freshmen in history. These were, of course, Ed Shea and Charlie Johnson, who set a new Andover cross-country record for freshmen, thus giving our class its first real taste of prestige and fame. N.U. CHORUS FORMED While the high brass in Richards Hall head- quarters put a stamp of approval on the plans for a Northeastern Library, a young Southern aristocrat with the mint julepy monicker of M. Tucker Keiser, suh, brought forth the N.U. Chorus, the first group of its kind at the University, in a sparkling rendition on the stage of Alumni Auditorium. That same stage was soon to support the cast of Arms and the Man, the Silver Masque ' s fall production. As Freslmieii, the N.U. campus looked like this — no Library and no asphalt . . For the first time, Northeastern co-eds had a home away from home, when the University esta- blished the first dormitory on Marlborough Street in the Back Bay. Soon after, the Boston Traffic Commission made Marlborough a one-way thor- oughfare. UNDEFEATED GRID SEASON The N.U. football team was running up an im- pressive string of wins. The season ' s record was marred only with one tie, a 14-14 deadlock in the mud with Coast Guard. N.U. added to its girth with the acquisition of the adjacent Sylvania property in the winter of 1951. On March 21, 1952, the Silver Masque presented The Third Estate, an original musical comedy written by Messrs CeruUi, MacLean, and Blume. Two months later, Don Gardiner copped the Mid- dler election as Division B ' s choice for president. Horace Greeley ' s advice was taken to heart by the University officials, when they made plans to blast out the West Parking Lot and erect a gym- nasium. LIBRARY COMPLETED On September 24, Northeastern held coronation ceremonies. King Husky IV took on the crown, replacing the 13-year-old King Husky III who reigned as monarchial mascot for nearly 10 years. October 9 was a landmark in the history of the University. The erection of a modern library was completed in a solemn ceremony at which Dr. Luther H. Evans, Librarian of Congress, made a stirring speech on the freedom of study and thought. Also in October, the Silver Masque presented My Sister Eileen, marking Professor Eugene J. Blackman ' s debut as director of the group. Ed Shea placed second in the New England Cross-Country meet. He was just starting to get warmed up. Lenny Dartt had a golden year by Class adviser, Professor Joseph M. Golemme, with the ready smile and the helping hand . . . being named All-New England center and All-New England defenseman in football and hockey, re- spectively. On January 9, 1953 the Masque again made an appearance, this time in a courtroom drama entitled The Night of January 16th in which the audience de- cided the guilt or innocence of the defendant. The Spring of 1953 brought the promise of a new University Gym with President Ell officiating over the cornerstone ceremonies in May. Division A students, returning from their co-op period, got off the MTA and found, not barren asphalt, but a Hollywood setting for the Garden of Eden. The University now had trees on the newly named quadrangle. On March 20, 1953, Prof. Blackman and his group did it again. A professional rendition of Finian s Rainbow was given in Alumni Auditorium. The infamous Senator Billboard Rawkins was played infamously by Bob Mathieson. LAW SCHOOL CLOSES Potential lawmakers were told they couldn ' t get their degrees at Northeastern after 1956. After 55 years of operation the Law School would close. A new School of Education under the direction of Dr. Lester S. VanderWerf was taking its place. {27} i Lett to rifiht: Di . A — Rutledge, vice-president; Barrett, president; Ashjian, treasurer; Zotos. secretary. On May 15, 1953 Don Gardiner, one of our most popular students, was elected Division B President. Highlighting the social season of the Junior Year was the Junior prom. Our prom was the first in the university ' s history to feature the crowning ot a queen, chosen from fifty candidates, as the most beautiful girl at the dance. The prom, a dinner- dance, was held in the Sheraton-Plaza and was one of the greatest successes in the annals of NU. Then, with a blare of trumpets and a splash of khaki, units of the Engineering and the Signal Corps ROTC hit the campus. Some passersby on Huntington Avenue took one look, shuddered, and enlisted in the Navy. As March came in like a lion, so did Tom Barrett to win the Middler Class Presidency by a slight edge in a hotly contested campaign. Two of our most popular co-eds were given awards signi- fying a high degree ot scholarship and a tolerant, democratic spirit. Lee Colby received an award from the Academy, and Dolores Pereira won a Ford Award. ZABILSKI HONORED Also in May, Ruth Mallion became the second co-ed in the history of this young university to attain the high position of vice-president of the Student council. Our senior year started off with a bang as Coach Joe Zabilski ' s boys nearly upset powerful Rhode Island when they were beaten in the first game of the year 13-7. The Huskies, however, shook off the disappointment and went on to win the rest of the games on their schedule to earn the number one small college rating. Recipient of the New England Coach ol the year award, Joe Zabilski shrugged off any claim to honor and laid the praise to the skill and determination of such boys as Captain Jack Lapsley, Jean Champagne, and Bill Gochis. Later Lapsley became the first N.U. player to be drafted by the big league of football when he was picked by the Pittsburgh Steelers. And then Ed Shea, the man who had brought our class to its first real fame, topped all his other achievements and won the New England Cross- country championship over America ' s fastest mara- thoner, Johnny Kelley of B.U. MORE AWARDS Four co-eds set a record as being the largest number of women in N.U. ' s history to receive Sears B. Condit Awards. Awards went to Lee Marston Colby, Marilyn Arnstein, Elizabeth Bedrosian, and Janet Dwelley. Repeaters from the Junior year were Richard Sonego, David Arbens, John Maloney, Robert Thompson, Joseph Heffernan, Reginald Brown, and Robert Assengo. And there were more awards. At the Dean ' s List Dinner of our senior year Ford Awards went to Don Gardiner, Jack Needle, and Virginia Landry. And there were still more awards. Miss Arn- stein was named Woman of the Year by Omega Sigma. And at the Alumni Convocation the Alumni Association awarded the Annual Alumni Awards to three high ranking seniors: Ed Goodstein, Don Gardiner and Allan Oram. The Most Distinguished Character Award for 1954 goes to Don Kobrin for his journalistic capers. In one of his stories for the News, Don buried the Botolph Building. For this and such like, he is famous. 28 Voodoo was under fire during most of our five year stay at N.U. At one point Division A abolisiied Voodoo but reinstated it four months later. They missed it? CLASS FUNCTIONS Some of the times we ' ve had! The Freshman Dance at the Dorothy Quincy Suite of John Hancocis; was the kick-off to our five years of go — go — go. Remember the Sophomore Dance at the Surrey Room of the Hotel Touraine? At the beginning of the Middler year we had a Moonlight Sail on the Boston Belle. Bob Boggs, whose initiative and interest in our class is deeply felt, got things going for a very successful evening. Some of us ' 54ers have scars left over from the Middler class picnic. Remember the sand flies. ' ' . . . And the smugg fires to get rid of them ? They left after we did. Except for the scars, we have fond memories of our Wingearsheek Beach outing. A big splashing Pre-Prom Rally on campus paved the way to the Middler Prom held at the Bradford Hotel. And then we arrived at the Junior Dinner- Dance. This affair, our best and biggest up to Senior Week, was held at the Sheraton-Plaza. And the Queen and Court of the prom were given the big- gest and most royal reception ever witnessed at an N.U. prom. Senior Week is ahead of us at this writing. But, we can see ahead that it will be the most to say the least. And it should be written that the Class of ' 54 is to be congratulated on its support ot the Library Building Fund. The pledges from our class surpassed those of any other class. That ' s ' 54 for you. And there ' s more. Remember when Em Kimball went to the New Jersey State Reformatory for Women — to work, of course? . . . when Robert Cutler of the LIniversity Corporation went to Washington with President Eisenhower? . . . and how can we ever forget Don Kobrin or Lenny D ' Orlando ' s stories in the News? Remember when our hockey hero, Lenny Dartt, was labelled the " bad boy of college hockey " by Boston scribes? . . . when we got a chance to grade the profs, back in ' 51 ? . . . when Dean White became Vice-President White? . . . when Luther Fulton fell into the Neponset River? He was flying a plane which developed en- gine trouble. . . . when Omega Sigma sponsored a dance and the fellows wanted membership cards? . . . and do you realize that if you are a subur- ban commutor you have traveled the MTA twice daily for five days a week for 130 weeks which equals 1300 rough rides? All this and more is ' 54. Left to right: Div. B — Mackay, vice-president; Miss Cobbs, treas- urer; Miss Mallion, secretary; Gardiner, president. ►ETWEEN the daylight and the darkness, the Northeastern student hurries through a busy day. But, in that day, the student finds time to intermingle many activities with the classroom schedule. The Student Center Building, the site of the majority of the activities hums with the constant drone of people working and talking from the beginning of the day far into the night. The Masque rehearses in the Auditorium, the NEWS and the CAULDRON staffs labor on the third floor, music from the band and the or- chestra haunts the corridors, in the background the balanced voices of the Choir rise and fall, and vacant classrooms are utilized as meeting halls for various clubs. As night falls over the clustered buildings, the slow and scattered exodus of students takes place. One by one the buildings are deserted as the activities disband for the day. Then, late in the evening, a last solitary light goes out, and the Northeastern day is over. .f »-x=rr ' ' 1 ' . Lif!!!!ir f ltMimf First row: C.olbv, Wikslroni. Stewart, epdlo, (ioiulstpin, Prof. Marston (adviser), Driver, KontolT. Second row: Sluck. I iiich. Clafley, Johnston. jVIorrione. Nisco. Dahill, Weeden. Third row: Bond, Westcott, D ' Addieco, Silva, Leabinan, Conncllj, llyan, Hylen. The NEWS THE No7-theastern News bears 28 offspring in a normal year. Almost every Friday morning of each term, an issue of the News disseminates infor- mation to the student body and faculty. Editors on the weekly paper receive their positions at annual elections. All start as staffers who, through hard work and interest, are advanced. The most demanding extra-curricu- lar activity on campus, the News takes up 20 hours a week for most members of the Editorial Board — and sometimes 40 hours a week. The News schedule begins Monday afternoon with assignments of stories to staffers by their editors — and ends Friday morn- ing at about 2:00 a.m. when the paper is " put to bed " and the last bang proof has been proofread. Monday night is makeup night for the publica- tion. Sometimes Monday and Tuesday nights are needed — and sometimes Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights find the " printers ' devils " hard at work in the office on the third floor of the Center Building. Press night — when the Editor-in-Chief and Ed Goodstein Managing Editor travel to the Transcript Press in Dedham and put the finishing touches on the week ' s work — is Thursday, and usually lasts to the wee hours of Friday morning. Then Friday morning and the current issue of the News dawns on Northeastern. The graduating editors inaugurated two new issues of the publication with the special Freshman Issue, appearing the first week in September, and the Football Issue- the day before N.U. ' s first grid game. The Freshman Is- sue, circulated to in- coming frosh on the first day of orientation week, was loaded with facts and stories about the University of interest to the new students. The issue, successful in help- ing to organize a unified and active freshman class, will be a regular feature of the orientation program in the future. The Football Issue, giving facts and figures about the Northeastern elev- en, helped boost school spirit at the start of a very successful grid season. It will be a regular feature offered by the News to help launch the future ath- letic seasons. Jack Needle ■132 NEWS BOARD EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ASSOCIATE EDITOR Business Manager Advertising Manager Faculty Adviser Ed Goodstein Jack Needle Walter Weeden Bob Silva Prof. Everett C. Marston Managing Editors Ralph Colby Div. A. Dick Stewart, Div. B News Editor John D ' Addieco Div. A. Charles Claffey Div. B. Sports Editor Charles Johnston Div. A Fred Stack Div. B Feature Editor Harold Bond Div. A Tom Ryan Div. B Charles Westcott Acting Copy Editor Rewrite Editors Richard Miranda Div. A Ann Wikstrom Div. B Lee Colby Div. A John Connolly Div. B Jack DriscoU Div. A Sol Leabman Div. B Photo Editor Charles Morrionc Div. A Dexter Jacobs Div. B Circulation Manager Ted DahiU Div. A Ed Kelly Div. B Office Manager Carolyn Driver Div. A Bob Hylen Div. B Ray Kinch Div. A Joe Nisco Div. B Friday meetings bring the critical analysis. JH The inner office meetings to plan the paper . . . At right students grab for the paper to read what members of the News ' hard- working staff (below) have produced for this issue. rf. ' - J Jack Needle Editor-in-ehiof First row: Dickson, Pereira, Leabman, Needle. Prof. Marston (arfiu ' ser), Cobb,s, Brifigs. Second row: Sanderson, Alamian, Fearon, Salamy, Goodstein, KontolT, Schwind. Beverly Cobbs Managing Editor Div. B CAULDRON AT THE outset ot the senior year, a group ot stu- dents begin the long task ot preparing the senior annual, the Cauldron. Numerous afternoons and long evenings are spent in planning. Seniors must be individually photographed, pictures of the administration, faculty, departments of the colleges, student activities and sporting events, plus a host of other elements that comprise college life at N.U. re- main to be taken. Reams of copy are turned out, edited, rewritten typed again, set and reset until the Cauldron staff becomes convinced that nothing short of a miracle will see a completed yearbook by commencement. Deadlines loom ominously and the work continues. At last the day comes when the staff sits back and heaves a sigh of relief. The entire book is now in the hands of the publisher, but the work has just begun. There remains the task of proofreading until many an editor and staffer walks around with a set of bleary, saucer-shaped eyes. The last term commences and the Cauldron staff anxiously awaits the final product. It is a happy day when the cartons of books arrive en-masse in the Cauldron office on the third floor of the Student Center Building. Editors, staffers and guests gather for the annual banquet and the reins are passed on to the junior staff who will become the seniors re- sponsible for their own class ' Cauldron. Sol Leabman JManaging Editor Div. A ikr- 1 P ' » »- -HB ■ ' i y, ' r Sm SJ|nv. ' ySfls B Roland Dickson Associate Managing Editor Al Jensen Senior Picture Editor Paula Schwind Senior Picture Editor Dolores Pereira Copy Editor Ed Goodstein Make-up Editor ( liarlie Briggs Photo Editor Ross Fearon Sports Editor Charles Martin Business Manager The finishing touches After the ball was over . . . M m 1 X f sm m mr wm • pp First row: Kissling, Connors {sec). Mathieson (bus. mgr.). Anderson (pres.). Prof. Blackman {adviser), Karon (pres.), Levine (sec). Rice. Nahum. Second row: Storella, Kobrin. D. l.,evine, Slemmer, Williams, Mosse, Spellman, McDonald. Third row: Goodstein, DiRupo, Malmberg, Olson, Ryan, Malison, Davis. Fourth row: Wcstcoll, Connelly, Leabman, Salamy, Oilman, Hill, Walsh. SILVER MASQUE Joan of Lorraine Growth and expansion best characterize N.U. ' s dramatic group, the Silver Masque. New talent aug- mented veterans and replaced graduates to open a successful season with The Philadelphia Story. A turn to more serious drama characterized the performance of Joan oj Lorraine. This proved to be a singular triumph to the acting abilities of the indi- vidual Masquers. In the background the stage crew continued its efficient work, while another group artfully applied make-up to those who stepped before the footlights. Spring saw the Masque and Choral Society com- bine to top last year ' s Finiari s Rainbow with an en- joyable performance of another musical comedy, Allegro. Working as a team, actors, director, production and make-up crews climaxed an outstanding year with the June production of Born Yesterday. The Philadelphia Story Finian ' s Rainbow An Actor Can Emote . . . Toughness, humor, interest So| histi -alion , Vnficr and scorn Simplicity aiul innocence First row: Needle, Landry, Mallion (I ' .p.). Pappas (pres.). Prof. Kitchin (adi ' iser), Derry (pres.), Sanderson (sec), Storella. Second row: Kirk. Goodstein, H len, Hughes, Nlurphy {treas.). Hunt, Wick, Corry. Third row: Ryan, Connelly, Gardiner, Beaton, Sabin, Johnson, Galante. Student Council Acting as the liaison body between the admini- stration and the student body is Northeastern ' s Student Council. Membership consists of six seniors, four juniors, three middlers, two sophomores, the five class presidents and the Editor-in-Chief of the News. Both divisions hold joint meetings to discuss problems of common interest. Student Union Featur ing a variety of services to students at N.U., the Student Union ' s outstanding project last year was a series of lectures on Courtship and Mar- riage which were heavily attended. Chapel services are organized by this group weekly plus special projects which include Christmas parties for under- privileged children and other community aid pro- iects. First row: Heald (sec). Dougherty, Prof. .Skiffmgton (adviser). Foerster (pres.), Sanda. Second row: Pereira, Mahler, Mosse, AtEunian, Sanderson. Third row: Damelin, Beatty, Dickson, Spangberg. 38} First row: Parker, Zotos, Mallion, Mackaj. (lardiiicr, C.ohlis, Aslijiaii, LandiN. Hullcilge. Second ro« : Hiici. Kii ' lhasa. Mac- Masters, Doppler, Kattar, Strazdas, Green, Sullivan. Corry, Sylvia. Third row: Merrill, McCarthy. Giggey, Ward, Murphy, Thomas, Martin, McHugh, Adams. Baldwin. Class Cabinet The Cabinet plans class activities, and acts as the liaison between the officers and members of the class. Meetings are held each week to discuss arrange- ments for proms, collection of dues, and to decide on policies concerning the class. Joint meetings are held at least once a term to co-ordinate ideas. This year the cabinet also served as the Senior Week Committee planning the Moonlight Cruise, the day at the Ocean House, the Class Picnic and the climax to Senior Week — the Senior Prom. Omega Si ' sma Cabinet Omega Sigma s purpose is to further the interests of Northeastern ' s women students, to foster friend- ship among the girls and to be of service to the Uni- versity. The yearly activities include pre-freshman teas, coke parties, an installation of officers, a Christ- mas party for the children from local settlement houses, a Career Confab and a Mother-Daughter Tea. This year the first annual Omega Sigma dance was added to the large list of activities. Annual awards are given to junior and senior girls. First row: Landry, Schwind (ii.p.). Cobbs (pres.), Dougherty (ti.p. ), Buckner (sec). Second row: Hay. Pereira. Giggey, Hamil- ton, Lynch (sec), Krey (sec). Third row: Mahler, Savchuk, Sanda, Taber, Andre [treas.). First row: Catalano. Foster, Stymlal (sec-treas.). Assenzo (v. p.). McLeod. iSeserman, Cerni. Second row: Zizza, Cohen, Lund- quist, Zotos, Curran, Cotreau. Third row: Peat, Pineo, Nixon, Brown, Wynne, Therrien. Engineers Council The Engineers Council is a new organization at Northeastern. The Council ' s function is to co- ordinate the efforts of the many engineering honor and professional societies at Northeastern. The Council plans to sponsor joint meetings of the organizations represented. Cheerleaders " Get hep!— Go!— H-U-S-K-Y— Rah, Rah, Rah . . . " Cheers like this one are elicited by Northeast- ern ' s " Jumpin ' Janes " of the cheerleader squad. The group can be seen in action at all football games and rallies. First row: Connors, Driver, Mrs. Tisch (adviser), Derosier. Second row: Barker, Campbell, Storella, Sullivan. 140} First row: Pereira, Connors, Sabin (chairman), Buckiicr (rhiiiniiiui i. rf(ll( ' . Dira ' o, Liindry. Second now: Mallion, Andre, Driver, Kirk, Westcott, Colby, Wikstrom. Third row: Olson, Derry, Dartt, Uphani, Connelly, Gardiner, Goodstein. Husky Highlighters First row: Averka, Storella, Mr. Herman (adviser), Izzo. Second row: Dillingham, Cancian, Gardner, Ward, West- cott. At right: Baldwin (treas.), Murry (pres.), Caswell (v.p.). Husky Key The enthusiastic cheering from the stands at Northeastern athletic contests is from the Husky Key Society. The Key usually has a section of its own in the stands and that ' s where it all happens. For school spirit this group is tops. The organi- zation sponsors rallies, dances, record hops and publicizes all school activities. It is usually instru- mental in bringing about an increased attendance at school functions. " These have been your Husky Highlighters bringing you news and views on campus activity. " Thus ends another broadcast. The Highlighters are a group of twelve students from each division. Their function is to see to it that the student body is informed on school activities. Tuesday through Friday, the Highlighters go " on the air " with their informative programs which are piped into the Commons. The members write the scripts for each program. {41} , ' P i !?ll r First row: Sonego («ec. ), Leabinan (pres.). Prof. Wilfong (adviser), Cleary (pres.), Lycurgos (Ireas. Spellman, Costello, Damon, Geovanis. Third row: Dickson (ireas.), Musiker, Hodgkins. Second row: Grimes, International Relations Club Political issues concerned with current interna- tional relations forms the agenda of the IRC. Guest speakers are featured at weekly meetings plus forums and debates. The N.U. chapter sends delegates to inter-collegiate conferences and one of last year ' s highlights was the national convention in New York City. Affiliation is maintained with the American Association of International Relations Clubs. ' ance Band A compact group of students completely sepa- rated from the large ROTC Band, is the North- eastern University Dance Band, which is composed of a handfuU of six or seven members. This group is often hired for private functions off campus and also supplies the music for varied student activities ' dances including fraternity socials. On campus con- certs are given during the college year. First row: Powers, Carr, Juinta. Second row: McCarthy, Wall, Prof. Capon (adviser), Muller. Chess Club Students can be seen frequently wandering into a room on the third floor of Richards Hall with a box of little figures and a square board tucked under their arms. These are the Chess enthusiasts at Northeastern. Newcomers are taught the funda- mentals of the game and the veteran chess players participate in the annual inter-collegiate Chess Tournament. First row: Donovan, Prof. Coolidge (adviser), Johnson (pres.). Second row: Petrakis, Poulin, Pappas, Damon. Third row : Keblinskas, Materas, Cummings. First row: Briggs, Salamy, Rowe {prfx.j, ( ' .ostello (sec.-lreas.). Second row: Peters, Jones. .amera Club Students who wish to learn the fundamentals of photography are provided with an opportunity through the Camera Club. Equipped with a com- plete darkroom, sessions for beginners are held at the opening of activities for the year. University co-eds are found willing to co- operate with the lens-clickers in experimental ses- sions on lighting and exposing. These sessions are held both on campus and out on the nearby Fenway. During the year various field trips are sponsored by the group and it has contributed its share of photographers to both the News and Cauldron. Camera Club photographers have also taken actual performance shots of Silver Masque productions. Left to right: Krey {Ireas.). Brooks (pres.). Lynch, Rice (sec). ' mm jiJKk . u Jv ' W ' ' MdHlflHI HM M w PliWSiiF? ' i teH!? ' l rf!| B lolosy Club Members of the Biology Club are provided with a program of activities beyond their regular class- room studies. During th e year guest speakers ap- pear at the weekly meetings and several field trips are usually sponsored. An annual Biology Award is made for outstanding work in research. First row: Glebus (treas.), Ellis (I ' .p. ). Mrs. Tisch {adoiser). Sanda. Heald (cp.)- Second row: Webb, Hart, Cobbs, Dickson, Howard, Damelin. Square Dance Club " Honor your partners and corners all " . The Northeastern Square and Folk Dance Society is in rehearsal and the Student Center Building rocks. The " Squares " , in original costumes, constitute the most colorful activities group on campus. Their repertoire of dances includes folk dances of France, Germany, England, Ireland and the Slavic countries. The group is on continual demand for Univer- sity functions, and is featured at Freshman Night and the University Open House. First row: Tingle, Dougherty {v. p.), Sanda (iec row: Connelly (pres.), Walsh, Spellman (pres.). ), I ' rul ' . khiraila (adviser). Second Debating Club Words are its business and it puts them to good use. The Northeastern Debating Society holds a trophy won at the inter-collegiate debating tourna- ment held at American Interna- tional College, Springfield. Along with regular debates its programs include forums, panels, round table and confer- ence discussions. At its weekly meetings, the group discusses topics of local, national and international in- terest. {44} H H P HBI H Hi H ■ p - ' ' ' m Bi H » 1 ' ' ' ( » First row: McLeod. Sanda. Krukonis (sec), Scudney (pres.). Brown {I ' .p.). Second row: Atwood, Kiiiiliii, ( ladbois, Scolamiero, Rudnick. Third row: Taft {v. p.), Fistal, Cook, Chapin, Nutting. Radio Club " Testing 1-2-3-4. This is WIKBN . . . Over! " Up in the clouds of the penthouse on top of Richards Hall, Northeastern ' s Radio Club sends its radio waves to tar off places. Members of the club maintain contact with amateur operators in the United States and Europe. The Radio Club is one of the most popular ex- hibition groups at Northeastern ' s Open House. For the past two years, the group has set up stations in the lobbies of Richards Hall and the Library Building. Guests of the University were invited to send messages to anyone anywhere in the United States. Art Club " The background detracts from the subject. " Or " The per- spective is not accurate. " You will hear comments such as these every Tuesday if you walk by 358R. The speaker is Professor George H. Meserve; the occasion is a meeting of the Art Club. Northeastern ' s most aesthe- tic group is also one of its young- est organizations. The Art Club- bers have been dabbling on canvas for only three years. First row: Brooks (pres.). Krey, Lynch, Martin. Second row: Nc Meserve {adviser), Mattson. 145} The Chorus One ot the busiest groups on campus is the N.U. Choral Society. Under the direction of Professor M. Tucker Keiser, the Chorus gives a concert each term of the school year, performs at University functions, and gives an annual Christmas Concert on Boston Com- mon. In June, the Choristers are featured at Boston Symphony Hall at the Northeastern Night Pops Concert. The combined efforts of the Choral Society and the Silver Masque have recently produced Finian s Rainbow and Allegro. I)av and . Mflht Chapel Choir Students of all faiths participate in the choir of the non-sectarian weekly chapel services at North- eastern. Under the direction of Professor Lawrence F. Cleveland, organist, the choir prepares the anthems and choral responses for the services. Since the completion of the Student Center Building in 1948, the Bacon Memorial Chapel on the second floor has provided spiritual services for the student body, faculty and staff. Dean Charles W. Havice presides over the serv- ices. Spiritual leaders of all religious faiths are heard in the chapel meetings. Arrangements for chapel services are made by the Chapel Committee of the Student Union. First row: Pereira, Mahler. Atamian, Young, Leave, Schwind, Aldrich. Second row: McDonald, Malmberg, Prof. Cleveland (director), Tisdale. t Spring and fall the ROTC band gives out with those popular concerts on the steps of the Student Center Building. The BAND EARLY fall weather usually finds the ROTC Band out on the nearby Fenway for its practice sessions. This group was transformed into a military unit as an outgrowth of the inaugrural of the ROTC program at the University. From civilian clothes the band soon appeared in military-type garb as the Department of the Army supplies uniforms. They participate in regular ROTC regimental reviews and also take part in the military drill periods. To be eligible for membership students must be enrolled in the ROTC program at the University. Two advisors direct the activities of the band in- cluding both a civilian faculty member and one from the ROTC instructional staff. During the winter the band is forced to seek haven indoors. Twice weekly on Tuesdays and Thursdays the Student Center Building sways from the musical strains as the group rehearses. In the course of the college year, the ROTC Band is a performer at various functions, notably sporting events. It plays an important role in fur- thering college spirit at football rallies and also makes its appearance at several games during the grid season. Concerts are given on campus and the musical repertoire of the group includes songs from the mem- ber states of the United Nations. Should a visiting dignitary from a foreign nation be on hand, the band can demonstrate its courtesy by playing the respec- tive national anthem. The Band keeps llio football fans happy with some fancy marching and gyrations. Rifle Club In 1951 the Husky Rifle Team was reborn at N.U. Under the direction of an ROTC staff officer, membership is open to both ROTC and non-ROTC stu- dents. Official recognition as a mi- nor sport came in 1952 and members may now shoot for let- ters. Postal matches with other colleges and universities are held periodically during the year. The N.U. sharp-shooters will have their own practice range on campus with the com- pletion of the new Physical Edu- cation Center. First row : Carlson, Patterson, Kinch, Kelley. Second row : Sgt. Chatterton {adviser), Cole, Mineo, Ostrom, Capt. Clifford (adviser). Advertisins Club Speakers engaged in various phases of adver- tising and sales promotional work are only one of several features which the Northeastern Advertising Club provides for its members at weekly meetings. Films are shown and the group sponsors several field trips during the college year. The local chapter is affiliated with the Junior Advertising Club of Boston as well as the National Association of Industrial Advertisers. A joint mar- keting and advertising banquet is held annually and through its program, the club provides members with an opportunity to become acquainted with actual mechanical problems involved in the adver- tising and sales-promotional fields. First row: Kaizerman, Green, TretakofF (n.p.), Fingold (pres.), Socher (sec). Goldman (v. p.), McMahan (pres.), Norris. Second row: Pransky, Jerome. Burns, Kasper, Shemligian, Senatore, Corman, J. Sullivan, Bolduc. Third row: Bloom, Thomson, Cater- ina, Wolfe. Parker, Daley, Joseph, R. Sullivan, O ' Rourke. Fourth row: Cushman, Spalding, Whitman, Anderson, Jepson, Thom- son, d ' Entremont, Sheehan. I ■f i % m W,4IM e First row: Stymfal, Merrill, Somers {pres.), McDonald (pres.), Choinard (sec), Jones, Bowles, Wine. Second row: Rodman, Wick, Parker, CuUington, DiSarcina, McPhee, Rowe, Corry, Egan. Third row: Cubilewich, Alexis, Johnson, Baia, Blackman, Kattar, Whitman, Murphy. S. A. M. A basic understanding of the scientific principles involved in management is the aim of the North- eastern student chapter of the Society for the Ad- vancement of Management. Membership in the club helps to encourage and stimulate one ' s interest. Speakers are drawn from the Boston area for weekly meetings, films are shown and student group discussions are sponsored. The society ' s objective is to aid students to increase their knowledge in general and more specific areas of management. First row. Davidson, Martin (Ireas.), Dwelley (pres.). Hatcher (pres.), Mattson (v.p.). Second row: Pangakis, Tabachnick, KHne, Peacock, Mathieson. Third row: Guzzi. Rubinovitz, Piner, Arnold. Accounting Society Membership in the Account- ing Society encompasses students who are majoring specifically in this area alone or other phases of business administration. Programs are designed to familiarize the students with practical experience in the field and to co-ordinate this with aca- demic training. Meetings are held weekly and include guest speakers, vari- ous field trips and student group discussions. I HB V HI B 1 HP ' ' wI ' VM iPH H ' r H 1 h M ' ' i ' i. jJ HJ •(49 First row: TretakofT (Ireas.). Fingold (I ' .p.). Grcfii (pres.). Prof. Dufton (adviser), Socher (sec), Joseph (Ireas.), Norris (,v.p.), Bolduc {pres.). Second row: Pransky. Jerome, Burns, Kasper, Shemligian, Senatore, Gorman, J. Sullivan, Kaizerman. Third row: Bloom, Goldman, Thompson, Caterina. Wolfe, Parker, Daley, R. Sullivan, O ' Rourke. Fourth row: Cushman, Spalding, Whitman, Anderson, Jepson, McMahan, Thomson, d ' Entremont, Sheehan. American Marketing Association A steadily growing organization at N.U. is the Northeastern chapter of the American Marketing Association. The activities of the group include films, student discussions and guest speakers. N. U. C E. S. The Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society is a branch of the American and Boston Civil Engineering Society. This professional group at N.U. has received a number of awards in recognition of its activities. First row: Zampine, Hollenbeck {ireas.), Marini (sec), Flavin (chairman), Landry, Zografos (sec), Trainor (Ireas.), Winters (chairman), Pelkey. Second row: Penniman, Kinch, Glancy, Ashjian, Leavitt, Welch, Morrison, Kazaka, Didio, Mancuso. Third row: Welton, Baldwin, Bilafer, Stuart, Browne, Farquharson, Terenzio, Pauplis, Newman, Crimp. Fourth row: Assenzo, Bonvallat, Brown, Berger. Julian, Borselli, Beldrusky, Scussel, Gale. Ij i f y IffS I w ' " ' ■• ' v: First row: Mothon. Dillinfiliam. Prof. Mills (adviser). Marchand. Kellev. HefTernan. Johnson. Drozdick, Mondes. Second row: Kobrin. Walsh {v. cliairnuui). Sanies, Farrell. Circarelli (Ireas.). Cattanach (chairman), Thomson (sec). Boynton. Bellia. Marks. Third row: Lezberg. Bate.s, Stymfal. Dowhanzuk, Scherer, Healy, Dunn. Strazdas, Levenbaum. Cooper (sec). Cotreau. Tonnesen, Gilbert. Fourth row: Giggey, Suziedelis. Lovell, Derry, Hagelston, Lansing. Hawes, Curran, Hanipe, Terp, Marr, Rehn, Jepson. Fifth row: Peat (treas.), Pobuk, Dangelo, Blair, Nixon, Robinson, Brown, Rollins, Davies, Pineo, A. S. M. E. One of the largest organizations at Nortiieastern is the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. The group features technical films and industry speakers. Investment Society The future men of Wall Street are trained at Northeastern ' s Investment Society. The purpose of the Investment Society is to further the knowledge of the students in matters of finance. First row: Tingle, Stiles. Houghton (w.p. ), James Costello (pres.), Dahill, Brillante, Anderson, Second row: Duffy, Haskell, DiRupo, Rowe, Newell (sec), Campbell (treas.), Essegian, Kearney. Third row: Ross, Adams, Gould. Grano, Jensen, John Costello, McDonough. {51 } First row: Gerardi {sec), Sevagian (f.p.). Buckner, Kiely {pres.), Giggey (pres. ). Goolkasian (Ireas.). Shay, Meyer, Lange, Peterson, Connors. Third row : VanMarcke, Flint, Doppler, Levine. Second row: Zotos, A. C S. Chemistry majors and a good portion of chemi- cal engineers comprise the membership of North- eastern ' s Affiliate Chapter of the American Chemi- cal Society. This professional society provides a media for the exchange of technical data among students from some 300 schools. N.U. ' s chapter is one of the oldest groups of its kind on campus. A. I. E. E.-l. R. E. Pooling their major interest, two groups make up the membership of the joint Chapters of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers and the Institute of Radio Engineers. Films are shown at weekly meetings and several field trips are made during the year. Programs are geared to present practical problems beyond classroom studies. First row: Chopourian. Lundquist. Therrien, Cerni (chairman), Brown (t .p.), Seserman (sec. ) , Scanlon (sec), Catalano, Foster {sec). Second row: Zizza, Plouffe, Johnson, Nixon, Lynch, Brousseau, Henderson, Clements, Gramstorff, Karon. Third row: McLeod, Briggs. Pedi. Siegel. FhTin. Dewar. Degan, Ellsworth, Littlefield, Leslie. Fourth row: McCarthy, Fulton, Moore, O ' Leary, Starr, Gilman, Cormier, Hachey. •I First row: Galbraith, March (v.p.), Terp (sec), Nixon (pres.). Page (pres.), Stymfal (v. p.), Dowhanzuk. Second row: Beach, MacNevin, Stern, Frankenstein, McCormack, Sylvia. Third row: Cohen, McHugh, Rietz, Gardiner. A. I. I. E. A Chapter News Letter is published weekly by the American Institute of Industrial Engineers to keep members informed on issues of interest to their professional field. This group also successfully spon- sored the formation of a joint Engineers Council at the University to co-ordinate engineering activities. A. I. Ch. E. Programs of technical interest are sponsored at the weekly meetings of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Many of its members are also in the ranks of the American Chemical Society. In- formation of professional interest to both societies is exchanged. First row: Balboni, Zotos, Porter, Wjiine {pres.), Leave. Prof. Baker (adviser), Bradley, Tarr. Second row: Fishtine. Derbog- hosian, Papazian, Kielbasa, Goolkasian. Sawtell, Onufer, Seavey. Third row: Kallmes, Keddy, Shay, Smith, Levesque, Luz, Kelleher, Walker. Fourth row: Goodrich, Moffett, Brax, Wallace, Sabin, Lonergan, Murphy. {53 I i First row: Heynolds. Hufthos {si ' c.-lrfas.). Broun Lowenstein. Third row: Liberty. Brax, ul)ey. {prfs.}. uiTis (I ' .p.), (lould. Second ro i : Id man, Whipple, A Word on Fraternities . The benefits ot belonging to a fraternity are in- valuable. On the social side, dances, parties, and smokers provide memories of the lighter side of col- lege life which will remain longer than most of the formal education. The ties of friendship and brother- hood formed through membership in a fraternity are priceless. At Northeastern the fraternities furnish the general activities program with a valuable nucleus of outstanding students who are constantly ready and willing to add greatly to college spirit. The Interfraternity Council (above) is the gov- erning body which co-ordinates all the fraternities at Northeastern. The council, composed of one mem- ber from each fraternity in each division, plans interfraternity sports programs, the IFC Dance, and the annual pre-Christmas party for the benefit of needy children at Boston City Hospital. Of course, it is understood that all fraternity members are dignified, respectable men like those pictured above, not foolish, questionable characters like those below. Those crazy, mixed-up fraternity boys . . First row: Nickerson (grand queslor). Liberty (grand scribe), Pirzl (grand marshal). Dodge (grand councilor), Sentenientes (v. grand councilor), Cerni. Second row. Verderber, Woods, Danahy, Anderson, Fine, Corliss, Filmore, Bernard, Davis. -jL- A K S Alph Kappa Sigma Fra- ternity is located in a spacious Southiern style mansion at 29 Greenough Avenue, in Ja- maica Plain. The house is run by the members themselves, with everyone having an equal vote. The members ' decisions are enforced by a body of five elected officers. Like all the fraternities at Northeastern, AKS is active in sports, with basketball and bowling as the most popular. BGE Beta Gamma Epsilon, which is the oldest fraternity at Northeastern, is housed within walking distance of the school. Excellent meals are pre- pared by the housemother-cook. All members of BGE are Engineering students at Northeastern. The highlights of the social year are the annual dinner and dance held at the end of the term in Jan- uary. Saturday night there is a formal dance; Sun- day, a catered dinner for members and alumni. First row: Grinnell (sec), Prof. McCallis- ter (adviser), Rietz (pres.), Gilbert (sec). Henderson (Ireas.). Second row: Mac- Neil, MacDonald, MacNevin, Todd. Pink- ham, Shufelt. Third row: Burkard, Carl- son, Punt, Estes. 4 55} First row: Lenick, Shot kin {bursar). Cohen {scribe). S. Levine {citancellor). Lanes {v. chancellor), Cheren {scribe), Titlebaum- Dlott. Second row : Hochberg;, Baker, Weiss, B. Levine, Torf, Tarlow, Gould, Lowenstein, Klein. Third row: Valdofsky, David- son, Koiles, Talcofsky, Grossman, Gorman, Langbort, Feldman. Fourth row: Parad, Abel, Block, Atlas, Messer, Steinman, Herman, Boone, Stack. KZP Social and fraternal associa- tions that allow bonds of everlast ing friendship to develop are em- phasized by Kappa Zeta Phi. The big social event is a dance held each year to earn money for the Marvin Guttin Scholarship Award. This is pre- sented to the most deserving undergraduate brother on the basis of scholarship, fraternity activities, school activities and general traternalism. G P K Pledges from GPK were kept busy this year paintingand redecorat- ing the new house at 16 Greenough Street in Brookline. Teams from GPK have com- peted actively in the interfraternity sports scheduled during the past year. Good times are insured at GPK ' s dances and parties. The biggest social event of the year is the Quad-Frat Dance held in the spring. First row: Derrah {pres.), Mr. Borman {adviser), Gadbois {v. p.), Fiftal {treas.), Charnetksi. Second row: Bradley, Hag- gerty, Peacock, Brax, Aubey, Cripps. {56} NEZ The social season of 1953-54 will be remembered as one of NEZ ' s best. Hell week, dances, parties, and ski trips were in- cluded in the busy schedule of activities. Active in sports, NEZ ' s team won the fraternity Softball trophy last season. The fraternity is associ- ated closely with the Ski Club. Both the division A and B presidents of the Hus-Skiers are members of NEZ. First row: Lee (assl. pledgenmsler) . • R. Crosier (pled master), Slattery {grand chancellor), Angell {grand master). Beach {v. grand master), Muldowney {v. grand chancellor), Whipple {grand scribe). Second row: Martinez, Chipman, Wintle, Mackey, Phoenix, Muttart, Clasp, Prof. Sanderson {adviser). Third row: Burgess, T. Crosier, Grinnell, Borselli, Walsh, Greenhalgh, Lovell, Broughton, Hall. First row: GuUi, Tessier {sec). Grout {pres.), Sabin {v. p.). Ambler. Second row: Lopes. Smith, Hughes {treas.), Browne, Jodice. Third row: Pollard, Kunze, Bowab. PGP Phi Gamma Pi is proud of the active participation that its members take in the various clubs and organizations at North- eastern. Although academic achieve- ment is stressed, social get-to- gethers such as tennis, basketball, Softball, golf, ski- ing, informal house dances and parties take place during the year. Last season, the interfraternity basketball trophy went to the team from PGP. Home is now at 241 Kent Street, Brookline. Mrs. Wier, PGP ' s capable housemother, cheertuly overseers her " family " . {57} First row: Stewart, ll( i--iirii lUlin i ;t(iv i ,1 Needle. Men ill i (.v. ).( ioudstein, Kobrin (sec), Murphy. Second row: Tempone, P. Needle, ClalTey. Schnialz. U ' Addieco, JMattson, Nisco, Cony. Ca anaugh. Third row: Westeott, Whitman, Feeley, Ryan, Beaton, Dreselly, Connelly, Cancian, Ring. PB A Since the Fraternity Scholastic Shield was first awarded in 1951, Phi Beta Alpha has had the dis- tinction of earning it annually for the three years. The prize has not been won yet by any other fraternity. The brothers of Phi Beta Alpha still adhere to the theory and practice of not restricting member- ship into the fraternity because of race, religion, or course of study. Prospective members are subject to one bone-shattering night of initiation prior to their acceptance into the fraternity. SPA At last realizing the dream of the fraternity, SPA has acquired a house at 410 South Huntington Avenue, Brookline. Sixteen mem- bers of the fraternity now reside there. Meetings, parties, and dances can be held at the house instead of at school as they were formerly. Although SPA is not a national fraternity, the same high ideals and morals are the foundation of their organization. Brotherhood, good fellowship and a chance to participate in social activities are all a part of belonging to SPA. First row: Murphy (pledgemasler) . Stuart (house mgr.). Mancuso {sec), Racine (pres.), Weeden {v. p.), Galante. Second row: Peters, Slade, Storella, Burns, Kirk. Third row: Hariiien, W. OT.dnncU. Giirurd, Bjork, Teller, M. O ' Connell, McCue, Matteson. I 1 i li First rem: kaizerman (scribe). Pransky (high potentate), Prof. Cooperstein (adviser), Davidson (comptroller), Goldman (pledge- master). Second row: Bolde, PavlofT, Fingold, Green, Lesser, Epstein. Third row: Freedman, Pollack, Holsberg, Norris. S KP Under the guidance of Profes- sor Louis Cooperstein, Sigma Kappa Psi has maintained its tri- fold purpose: to establish, stimu- late, and secure the bonds of bro- therhood in its members. Essen- tially a commuters ' fraternity, SKP offers a touch of campus life to students who live at home. Business meetings and smokers are held at Northeastern; dances and parties, at suburban halls In 1945, the fraternity established the Richard M. Horwitz Scholarship Fund in memory of a bro- ther killed in action during World War II. Every year a brother who is outstanding in initiative, leadership and scholarship receives this award. Through its dynamic spirit SKP will continue to do its utmost in contributing to the growth of N.U. ? - nitiation experiences Off to the Yule party . . . And a Happy New Year! t f ' S ' r f r • ,« .. ,| .xtmj -mm First row: Capt. Funk, Capt. Adams. Major Harding, Lt. Col. Hartman. Col. Harris, Major MuUer, Capt. Clifford, Capt. Phin- ney. Capt. Reego. Second row: SFC Malko, SFC Digan, SFC Ralph, 1st Lt. Rolya, Capt. Jonah, Capt. Mahoney, 1st Lt. Gris- wald, WOJG Wilson, Sgt. Miller. Third row: M Sgt. Bryant, SFC Lilley, SFC Shed, M Sgt. SuUivan, M Sgt. Chatterton, M Sgt. Reidy, M Sgt. Wolpers, M Sgt. Arsenault, Cpl. Morrissey. ROTC Northeastern ' s ROTC program advanced suc- cessfully under the able direction of Colonel Howard E. Price. With the opening of the last college year. Colonel Murray D. Harris succeeded Colonel Price as Commanding Officer, the latter having been re- assigned to European duty. New activities that grew out of the ROTC in- clude drill and rifle teams, a civilian band turned military, student chapters of the Pershing Rifles, Armed Forces Communications Association, Ameri- can Society of Military Engineers, and the newest unit, a Scabbard and Blade Society. Scabbard and Blade First row: Hurvitz, Osgood, Restaino, Nelson, Rose, Anderson, Stephens, Clark, Spinelli, Langbert, Kirk, Stewart, CrisafuUi. Second row: Marino. Feldman. Hosmer. Hersey. Rudzinsky, Haley, Tuttle, Chesley, Cavanaugh, Macdonald, Schultz, Hanson, Cook, Mikkelson, Stephens. Third row: Rose. Chouinard, Nelson, GrilTin, Brooks, Healy, MacQuarrie, Partridge, Meyer, Lenick, Willis, Boniface. Feeley, Streck. Wight. Savukinas. Fourth row: Walenty, Mercurio, Starr, Ollen, Pobuk, Torf, Barbeau, Hemp- hill, Archibald. Hekansson, Kehoe. Coffee. Shaw, Nolan, Swenson. f5 f f s " W S. A. M. E. First row: Dever, Allen, Glea- son, Schuler, Coffee. LaRosa. Second row: Marget, Kaufman, Cohn, O ' Connell, Jackson, Cosimini, Underwood, Rosen, Weiner. Pershing Rifles First row: Chesley, Ruane, Acete, Cosimini, O ' Connell, LaRosa. Coffee, Allen. Second row: Jackson, Dever, Fennell, Marget, Cohen, Geary, Manning, Troy, Donovan, Picard, Underwood, Rosen, Wong, Comraite, Capt. Adams (adviser). Third row: Olson, Boyns, Nesterenko, Hohman, Kaufman, Cohn, DaMocogno, Weiner, Thelander, Seastrora, Limmer, Sallet. A. F. C. A. First row: Olson, Commite, Manning, Thelander. Second row: Salamy, Aceto, Wartel, Limmer, Jackson, Picard, Fen- nell. A Tau Beta Pi First row: Therrien. Littlefield (Ireas.). Brousseau {sec). Leave. R. C. Brown (pres.), Assenzo {v. p.), Marks, Thomson, Zotos. Second row: Clements. Kallmes, Ploiiffe, Fishtine. Henderson, Lundquist, R. B. Brown, McLeod, N. Nixon, Catalano. Third row: Lynch, Heffernan. Marini. Newman, Seserman, Siegel, Stuart, Marr, Dunn, CiccarelU, Curran. Fourth row: Jepson, Fulton, E. Nixon. O ' Leary, Scusscl, Flavin, Lonergan, Parad. HONOR SOCIETIES Tau Beta Pi, honor society in tlie College of Engineering at Northeastern, recognizes outstand- ing students of engineering. Achievement in the field of electrical engineering is recognized at North- eastern by Eta Kappa Nu. Pi Tau Sigma is the honor society of mechanical enginers. Top ranking students of the College of Business Administration are elected to the Sigma Society. The Academy is the honor society in the Liberal Arts School. Eta Kappa Nu First row: Catalano, Littlefield, McLeod, Brown (sec), Therrien (w.p.). Prof. Cleveland (adviser), Plouffe, Clements (Ireas.). Second row: Henderson, Brousseau, Lynch, Zizza, Lundquist, Nixon, Chopourian, Howard. Third row: Seserman, Siegel, Ells- worth, Fulton, O ' Leary, Dikinis, Starr, Parad. Pi Tau Sigma First row: Healy, Dunn, Ciccaielli (sec), Curran (pres.). Peat iv.p.). Gilbert, Hawes. Second row: Thomson, Tonnesen. HefTeinan, Strazdas, Marks, Marchand, Men- des. Third row: Marr, Rehn, Derry, Brown, Dangelo, Rollins. Cooper. Sigma Society First row: J. Sullivan, Or am (pres.), Blackman (ii.p.), J. Dwel- ley (sec.-treas.), Anderson (pres.). Whitman (v.p. ), Davidson. Second row: D. Dwelley, Kline, Mathie- son. Peacock, R. Sullivan, Hough- ton. Third row: Madden, Baia, Grano, Foerster, Rubinovitz, Mar- tin. The Academy First row: Stiles, Hillier, Arnstein. Bedrosian, Mahler, Krey, Levine. Second row: D ' Amato. Chapman, Tempone, Ventola, Daigle, Sgrosso. Sonego, Harding, Nolan, Fitzger- ald, Kapinos, Pollard, Capulo, D ' Alfonso, Wallace, Dean Lake. lORMNG, afternoon and night, Northeast- ern ' s athletic teams went through their paces in both practice sessions and intercollegiate compe- tition. The 1953-54 athletic season turned out to be one of Northeastern ' s best in many years. Indi- vidual members of Northeastern teams reached heights that have never before been scaled. Wetzler, Watson, Shea, OUen, Lapsley, Doherty and the Eason twins all performed magnifi- cently, but most of all it was a team year. r ' 70 58 sSpf, SS 71 11 S2 SI First row: Kassabian (trainer), Toyias, Korey, Cuddy, Broughton, Sigmund, Captain Lapsley, Champagne, Murphy, Barisano, Watson. Broadbent. Newell (sludenl manager). Kearney. Second row. Luciano (line coach). Walker {end coach). Buckley, HelTernan. Kirk. DeRosa, Maggie. Venna. Hajjar, .lohnson, Valihura, Igo. Wilson, Medugno, Zabilski ( iearf coac i), Connelly [backjield coach). Third row: Thomas, Renzi, Stoddard, De Flaminis, Reavis, Shinkovich, Hourihan, Cragnole, McCabe, Barton, Bucalo. Mitchell. Filmore. FOOTBALL BY ROSS FEARON T EATURING a fleet backfield led by " Century ■ ' - Sid " Watson, and a hard-charging, alert and ag- gressive line led by Captain Jack Lapsley, the 1953 Northeastern football team turned out one of the best seasons in the school ' s history. Coach Joe Zabilski and his charges dropped a heart-breaker to Rhode Island in the opening game, 13-7, then swept to six straight victories. In a fitting climax to a triumphant year, Northeastern was voted the number one small college team in New England. Overshadowed by the brilliant performance of Watson, the line provided the key to the successful season. In such standout performers as Captain Lapsley, Lou Korey, Fred Medugno, Gene Renzi, Jean Champagne and Bob Broadbent, N.U. had a great line. And using a modified platoon system, Coach Zabilski managed to keep two good lines in operation. Both lines provided an iron-clad defense and opened gaping holes on the ofi ense. Out of a host of good linemen, Lapsley, Medugno and Renzi approached the fabulous. However, the big man of the year was Sid Wat- son. Watson, a guard converted to fullback, was a triple-threat back for N.U., one of the best backs in the East and, on the season ' s performance, must be considered one of the all-time Northeastern greats. The least of Sid ' s fabulous feats is his setting of a new N.U. scoring record of 74 points. He amassed this total by tallying ten touchdowns and kicking four- teen extra points. In all, Sid racked up a total of 768 yards rushing in seven games and had an average of 7.1 yards per carry. And to top it off, Watson did most of the punting and backed up the line in spectacular fa- shion. To put it mildly, Watson was sensational on defense. Opening the season at Brookline against the highly favored Rams of Rhode Island, the Huskies surprised Rams and spectators alike in forcing the Rams to take home a meager 13-7 victory. In view of the fact that this was the first game in the area under the return to one-platoon rules, the stands were packed. One play, Rhody ' s first running play, provided the winning edge for the Rams although N.U. made it close. Fratto on a keep-or-give finally gave and high-powered Pat Abruzzi took off for 45 yards and a tally. Rhody picked up another score in the third quarter with N.U. countering on the following kickoff with a 90 yard romp by Joe DeRosa. That was the scoring and the ball game although N.U. had a touchdown called back and muffed three other chances to score. The Huskies bounced into the win column in •(66) their game with Renessalaer by a score of 34-0 at Brookline. Playing straight football and using the entire squad, the Red and Black pushed over an easy victory. Watson and Bucalo, running like twin bull- dozers, moved for two touchdowns each. Watson col- lected both of his in the first quarter and Bucalo romped for his two in the second quarter. Joe DeRosa rounded out the scoring in the fourth quarter by making a sensational catch of a Barisano pass. Defensively, the Husky forward wall com- pletely stifled the R.P.I, attack with Renzi, Lapsley and Medugno being the standout wreckers. In the first away game of the season, the N.U. line played Rock of Gibraltar and stone-walled the A. I.e. attack as the Huskies won, 24-0. The Red and Black line was immense in this game as the Aces were held to three first downs, 23 yards gained on the ground and a total yardage of only 38 yards. Paced by the running of Watson and DeRosa, N.U. scored 8 plays after the kickoff with yeoman Angle Toyias romping over from the three. Midway through the second period, Watson paced a march down the field and then bulled over from the four. The third period was a battle of line play. Early in the fourth quarter Barisano intercepted a pass on the N.U. 21 to start a new march. " Gau- cho " Bill Gochis took the helm and guided the Huskies to a score. Gochis sneaked over from the two yard line to cap the move. Later in the quarter DeRosa intercepted a pass on the 45 to start a march that climaxed when Bucalo scored from the two. In the game of the year for Northeastern, Bran- deis was snowed under by a 48-6 score. The 48 points run up by the rampaging Huskies is the high- est number of points ever scored in a single game by any N.U. team. Played at Brandeis before a partisan Home- coming crowd, the Huskies struck quickly. .Angie Toyias grabbed off a 28-yard Barisano pass to start the rout. Watson kicked the extra point and the Red and Black began their romp. Then, in the se- cond quarter, a 15 yard toss from Barisano to Abe Hajjar made it 14-0. And a few moments later, DeRosa raced 7 yards into the end zone with a Barisano pass to make it 21-0 at half-time. The second half got under way with Barisano triggering a 45 yard payoff pitch to Lou Korey. Shortly after this, Fred Stoddard banged through to block a Dee Tyson punt and, with N.U. supporters screaming " Whose Big Sid " , Watson, scooping up the ball, thundered 35 yards to score. In the fourth quarter, with the score 34-0, Brandeis managed to piece together a staggering attack long enough to march 60 yards to a tally. But, N.U. came right back with Barisano pitching out to Watson and then taking a lateral to score his first touchdown of the season. Watson trundled six yards to paydirt in the closing moments to round out the scoring. The line played a great game with Renzi, Lapsley and Medugno sparkling on defense. Me- dugno pulled the unusual by making four consecu- tive kickoff tackles. And the big man in backing up the line, as usual, was Sid Watson. Meeting the Bates Bobcats on Husky stomping Watson moves in to stop I Iass runner Bucalo stirs up a storm against Bates. Devaney carries ball and tackier for yardafre apainst Vermont. Wilson tallies, but score is called back in R.P.I, game. grounds, Northeastern plowed to a 19-0 win. With the Bates line putting up a tremendous defense, the game was scoreless until four minutes before the end of the half. However, starting from their own forty yard line, the Huskies scored in four plays with Watson covering the last 31 yards on a delightful ramble. The first half was highlighted by some smashing line play and the hard running of Bates backs Morton and Chumbook. Early in the third quarter, Watson stormed 35 yards to the Bates 10 and DeRosa smacked over in four tries. In the fourth quarter, after recovering a Bates fumble, N.U. marched to the Bates 38. Here, Gochis fired a flat pass over the middle to Tom Hour- ihan on the 25 and DeRosa, taking a lateral, shot the distance for a score. That wrapped up the ball game although N.U. subs threatened again and were stopped on the inches line. The game was one of in- tense line play and Bates was finally worn down by superior Northeastern depth. Although Sid Watson was able to gain on y 98 yards, the first and only time he failed to break 100 yards a game, the Z-men took to the air for five touchdowns and a 41-14 win over the University of Massachusetts at Brookline. The Redmen from UMass began a thrilling first half by scoring on a re- covered fumble followed by a Jacques-Chambers aerial. But, the Huskies bounced right back with Watson starts 61 yard scoring jaunt against Cats. Huskies went on to win, , ' 5l-0. Watson tripped up by UMass after short gain. Barisano pitching to Toyias on a 54 yard pass play to make it 7-7. Fred Stoddard made the block of the year on the safety man as Toyias went whistling past. Shortly after, with N.U. getting a poor punt on the UMass 42, Barisano fired and Lou Korey made a fancy one-hand catch on the 20 and ran the rest of the way for a 14-7 lead. The remainder of the half was a rousing stomping party. At the start of the second half, Champagne in- tercepted a pass on the UMass 25 and the Huskies were off again. Gochis, replacing Barisano who had broken his contact lenses, gunned a short pass to Toyias for a 21-7 lead. Midway through the third stanza, Gochis combined with Watson on a 47-yard scoring pass with big Sid romping 35 yards after taking the pass. With N.U. pressing for another touchdown in the fourth quarter, Don Johnson of UMass picked off a Gochis pass and barreled 100 yards along the sideline to score. The Huskies re- turned the score on a 71 yard march. Watson scored on a six yard sweep after setting the tally up on a 45 yard ramble with a pitchout. The final score for Northeastern came on a 54 yard pass play from Gochis to Hourihan. A short flip over the middle found the UMass aggregation with their pass defense showing, and Hourihan scampered down the center of the field to end the day ' s scoring and the ball- game. f ias raiiihles i ' or 11) in A crnioiil i;aiiie. Barisano is buried by Brandeis tacklers. Medugno spikes UMass carrier. Johnson grabs N.l ' . pass and skips 100 yards for I ' iMass. Barisano leaps lo pass against Vernionl. In the final game ot the season, Northeastern had a rough time with the mighty_arm of Miis e Se- mens and the University ot Vermont, but won 33-18. N.U. led off the scoring when Toyias grabbed a 21 yard pass to put the Huskies in front, 7-0. Vermont countered quickly when Semens, from his own 29, hit Al McLam and the rangy end moved on down to the N.U. five. After some travail, Beck swept end for the score. The try for the extra point was blocked by Champagne who went three for three in this de- partment tor the day. Vermont moved to a first quarter lead, 12-7, when Semens hit Campana with a 52 yarder and then sneaked over from the one. However, with the second quarter just getting under way, Watson slammed off tackle and barrel- housed his way 61 yards for a 14-12 lead, a lead that N.U. never lost. A little later, Toyias, Bucalo and Watson moved the ball 80 yards in 8 plays with Toyias going the last 26 yards to score. Campana then put the Catamounts back in business by rolling 46 yards on a punt return and hard-running Eddie Beck plowed over to make it 20-18. N.U. iced the game when Larry Wilson picked a 37 yard Barisano pass out of the hands of three defenders and fell into the end zone. And in the fourth period, Watson slammed three yards to cap an 81 yard drive and a 33-18 finale. Watson and Champagne were magnificent on defense as Zabilski named Watson ' s work as his " outstanding line-backing job in three years. " Renzi, Lapsley and Medugno also were shining stars on defense. Post-season honors came high for Northeastern as two ballplayers and Coach Zabilski were singled out for honors. Sid Watson was named to the U.P. All-East Team and third string Little All-American. Coach Zabilski was voted the New England Coach of the year by the sportswriters. And, Captain Jack Lapsley was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers to become the first N.U. football player to be dratted by the National Football League. The eight football men who graduate are; Richard Cox, Leonard Dartt, Robert Glassberg, Michael Kearney, John Lapsley, Luke Lally, Wil- liam Merusi and John Thompson. Lapsley leads N.U. warriors back from half-time rest. r L„ % Hus-skiers discuss future plans. HUS-SKIERS By JACK SHEEHAN TOPPED off by their annual Winter Carnival, the 1954 edition of the Hus-skiers enjoyed one of their most successful and active seasons to date. The skiers, this year, were not only able to boast of having their largest active student membership, but also of winning the Asa Osborn Trophy, symbolic of leadership in the New England Intercollegiate Ski Conference, for the first time since 1948. The presidents, Dick Grinnell in Division A and Dave Kelley in Division B, were capably assisted by Vice-president Luke Lally, Treasurer Andy Whittle and Secretary Rickey Kontoff of Division A, and Vice-president Charles Miller, Treasurer Handley Freeman and Secretary Margaret Allen of Division B. Professor Perles served as the faculty advisor. The weekly meetings were always jammed with ski enthusiasts who discussed past and future trips and viewed movies covering various phases of the winter sport. Week-end ski trips took the Hus-skiers to such winter paradises as Mad River Glen, Franconia Notch, North Conway, Jackson and Bromley. There were plenty of black and blue marks, but these were completely overshadowed by an abundance of fun. The Northeastern Ski Team, composed of elite members of the Hus-skiers, and coached by alumnus Jim Reed, recorded its most successful season in its short but active history. The skiers participated in three meets taking a first, second and third place. Going up. Coniinac down. First ro« : Uyaii, O ' Connor, Campot, Lycurgus. Second row: Coach Tatton, Captain Ollen, Shea, Copson, Nelson. CROSS-COUNTRY By JOHN CONNELLY CAPTAIN Dick Ollen produced the keynote for the season in the opening cross-country meet. He raced home first against Brown at Providence. Ollen ' s time was a record-breaking 19:53. And that ' s exactly what the year turned out to be, a record-breaking 1953. The Harriers rolled through their six dual meets without a defeat and lost the New England cham- pionship by the narrow margin of one point to the University of Massachusetts. At the end of the season, Coach Jerry Tatton called the squad " the best team in Northeastern ' s history, not only on its record, but in quality. " The opener against Brown provided many mem- orable moments. In addition to Ollen ' s run for a new track record, the Huskies piled up a perfect score as Brown went down to a 15-40 defeat. Ed Shea romped home in second place, and this marked only the second time in his college career that he had been defeated in a dual meet. The Red and Black follow- up crew of Dave Ryan, George Campot and Charlie Lyons came home in that order to complete the sweep. The going was a bit rougher in the second con- test. Against the University of New Hampshire it was once again the one-two punch of Ollen and Shea that clinched the verdict. This time, however, the order was reversed with Shea in first place and Ollen in second. Ryan, running his usual strong Captain Dick Ollen race, came home in the fifth spot. Campot in sev enth place and Mike Lycurgus in ninth position gave N.U. a slim 21-24 victory. Next, the Huskies won an important meet with the University of Rhode Island. The Rhody win was perhaps the most important win of the season. The Rams were highly regarded as " the team to beat " in the pre-season figuring. OUen and Shea again stirred up a storm as the Huskies rolled into high gear. The two ace Harriers for N.U. romped home in an unusual tie for first place. George Cam- pot and Dave Ryan produced the necessary follow- up punch by garnering fourth and fifth place. And little Mike Lycurgus again applied the clincher by finishing seventh to give N.U. a 19-36 victory. Shea showed the way as the Red and Black moved to their fourth straight win by beating the University of Connecticut, 20-39. " Easy Ed " Shea blazed home in front of the field with Captain OUen hot on his heels in second spot. Dave Ryan finished fourth with Campot and Lycurgus coming in fifth and sixth to give the Huskies a near sweep. Against Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Shea again boomed home in first place with Ollen close behind him as Northeastern copped the meet, 15-46. The Huskies ran the Engineers into the ground as the Harriers ran up their second sweep of the season. Dave Ryan Meeting Tufts in the final match of the season the Red and Black ran up the second con secutive sweep and the third of the year. In an inspiring demonstration of team spirit, all five Husky Harriers crossed the finish line to- gether against the Jumbos. Shea and Ollen waited Shea wins New England ' s. Inset: Coach Tatton congratulates Ed after winning. like Lvcureus at the finish line for Ryan, Campot and Lycurgus and all five men marched across the line together for a 15-50 win. The individual highlight of the year came when Ed Shea came home in front of a 104 man, 16 team field to win the New England Intercollegiate Cross Country Championship. In a ding-dong, uphill and down dale battle, Shea stomped out a fifty yard vic- tory over Johnny Kelley of Boston University. However, the Tatton-men were edged out of the New England crown by the University of Massachusetts by a slim one point margin, 82-83. Ollen, in one of the most dramatic finishes of this or any other season, stumbled home in tenth place. Running while being ill, Ollen ran the last half of the race on nerve and determination alone, and almost fell across the finish line. Even though extremely ill, Ollen managed to post the time of 21:47 against Shea ' s winning time of 20:42. Dave Ryan placed fifteenth while George Campot came in twenty-fifth. Mike Lycurgus rounded out the Husky scoring by coming home thirty-seventh. The 1953 race was considered by many to be one of the greatest races in the history of the meet. Much credit for the winning season goes to Coach Jerry Tatton, one of the shrewdest coaches in New England, a great competitor and, certainly, a great Coach. Coach Tatton always had his Harriers in shape and primed for each meet as it came along. An outstanding accomplishment by the Huskies was their stronghold in the win and place brackets in the season ' s meets. In Dick Ollen and Ed Shea the Harriers had two of New England ' s best runners, and two of Northeastern ' s greatest athletes. It will be many a moon before N.U. sees men of their caliber both in and out of uniform. The graduating seniors are William Connell, Charles Johnson and Michael Lycurgus. Ollen finishes in New England cross country race. f I J «; i» -% 9 i First row: Eastman. O ' Hourke. etzk ' r. Captain Burkard, Dalrymple, Ayres, Doucette. Second row: Coach Zabilski. Miirpli Bigger, Kearns, Brooks, Coleman, Hugg (Manager), Ward (Manager). BASKETBALL T3 ECORDING an impressive 11-8 record, tiie - 1953-1954 Northeastern basketball team came within the proverbial eyelash of turning in one of the best years in the school ' s history. As it was, the Husky courtmen had one of their better years. In what proved to be a banner year for records, Coach Zabilski ' s quintet ran up four new records. Paced by the sharp-shooting of Wetzler and Ayres, the cagers hit a new season high scoring record of 1,436 points. And the team also established a new scoring record for a single game when they tossed in 100 points against Maine. Individually Joe Wetzler put two new records on the books. The first came when Joe hit a new single game high against Boston University as he netted 34 points. And he fired in 368 points on the year to break Geno Neri ' s 1952 record of 324 points in a season. Opening the season against the Redmen from UMass on N.U. ' s court, the Huskies got off to a fast start with a 75-63 victory. Wetzler and Ayres both hit for 21 points as the N.U. contingent led all the way. Playing their next two games on the road, the Red and Black cagers dropped both games by wide margins. Brown, aided by some spectacular free throw shooting, 34 out of 41, dropped the Huskies by a 73-62 score. And, Boston College got on the band wagon as N.U. came back to Boston, and beat the Red and Black soundly, 78-58. Hitting the win trail again, N.U. met B.U. at Ayres scores against A.I.C. Brooks hoops one in A.I.C. game. Dalryniple blocks Maine shot. Biirkard, Dalryniple and Welzler fight for a rebound. Brandeis and dropped the Terriers, 77-73. Wetzler hit for his record 34 points in this gameas theHusi .ies won a close one. Coming back from their Christmas layoff, the N.U. quintet entertained the Maine team at home. Led by Captain Jimmy Burkard ' s 28 points, the Huskies posted another record with a 100-87 win. Journeying across the river, the Huskies ran into trouble with John Harvard and lost a 75-63 affair. However, a swing back home found the cagers victorious over a faltering B.U. team, 86-79. The Red and Black courtmen met M.I.T. at Johnson Memorial Gymnaisum and pulled out a slow game, 68-59. Journeying down to Kingston, Rhode Island, N.U. ran into a good Rhode Island team and lost a close game 78-75. Wetzler led the N.U. men with 21 points while Ayres and O ' Rourke had 17 each. Defeat stayed with the Northeastern club as they lost to Brandeis, 93-81 ; Joe Wetzler hit for 24 points. Returning home, the Huskies broke a two-year jinx against Tufts and dropped the Jumbos, 87-83, in an overtime period. Ayres tied the score on a foul shot with only five seconds remaining in regula- tion time. The Huskies went on to win as Ayres led the scorers with 25 points. Remaining at home. Northeastern walloped the boys from the Coast Guard Academy by an 87-70 margin with Wetzler getting 23 and O ' Rourke hoop- ing 20. And in their third straight win, the Husky aggregation dumped Clark 75-64. Doug Dalrymple and Ed Ayres netted 18 points each. A trip to Amherst set the Red and Black back as they dropped a 75-64 decision. Wetzler continued his hot scoring pace as he got 25 points. But, meet- ing New Hampshire on the home court, the Z-men posted an 82-80 win in a real thriller. Joe Wetzler came through with 23 points as Ayres and Dalrymple hit for 16. The Huskies overcame a 19 point half- time deficit to nip the Wildcats in the closing se- conds. Joe Wetzler dunks one in Maine game. Capt. Burkard hooks one home. Continuing at iiome, N.U. dropped Bates, 81-68, with Wetzler brealiing Neri ' s old scoring record in tiiis game. Joe iiit for 27 points, and it was his first basket of the second half that set him on his way to a new record. Meeting W.P.I, at Johnson Memorial Gym, the Northeastern crew won a hard-fought victory, 69-66. Wetzler scored 24 points while Doug Dal- rymple netted 17. Dalrymple scored three quick baskets late in the fourth period to help clinch the decision. Then, with a new season victory record in sight, the Huskies faltered and dropped their last two games. A safari to Bates proved unsuccessful as the Bobcats notched a 71-64 win. Wetzler was hurt mid- way through the game when he was struck in the eye. He did not return for the remainder of the season. Ayres topped the scorers with 17 points while Wetz- ler had 15 when he was injured. A swing to A. I.e. found the N.U. quintet on the short end of a 87-80 score. O ' Rourke really came into his own in this game as he hit for 25 points. Doug Dalrymple continued his stellar work as he hit for 21 points against the Aces. And, Captain Jimmy Burkard netted 17. The work of Captain Burkard, who was the big set-up man for the Huskies, and the shooting of Burkard scores against B.U. Ayres, Dalrymple and O ' Rourke gave able support to the fabulous shooting of Joe Wetzler. In fact, the first five men tor the N.U. quintet all averaged in the double figures on the season ' s average. Wetzler was way out in front with an average of 20.1, Ayres had 13.8, Dalrymple 11.4, Burkard 11.6 and O ' Rourke 10.2 It would appear from here that Northeastern, in the future, must be considered as a potential power in New England small college circles. The graduating seniors are John Costello, Wil- liam Fasciano and Francis Tierney. O ' Rourke tallies two points. " ' m m 1 11 ' fl K 1 n «.« IK3 First ro« : Lally, Kt Uev, Whvnot, Gilbody, ( ' aplriin Oohi ' rtN Second rou : Ld Mi. Igo, Giatrellis, Booker, Vorderer. Third row: DeWolfe, Williamson. Smith. Andrews. Fourlh ro« : WaUon, Buckley. HOCKEY By F. IM. RSHALL STACK INABILITY of the Husky pucksters to provide a concerted attack during tiie 1953-54 season caused the Northeastern hockey team to have one of its poorest seasons while under the tutelage of Coach Herb Gallagher. The ice squad picked up five wins while dropping 12 games and tying one. In the opener, Yale beat the Huskies, 3-2, in overtime. Goaler Don Whynot, following in the footsteps of his predecessor, All-American Ray Picard, kicked out over fifty shots. The Huskies went ahead twice on goals by Fred Voderer and Jack Gilbody, but Yale also tallied twice and the regular playing time ended in a 2-2 tie. The second game ot the season saw a powerful B.C. team shut out the icemen, 6-0. N.U. was unable to get an attack going and penalties hurt the defense. The Red and Black skaters then journeyed to Providence to meet the Bruins from Brown. But, the Huskies suffered a 7-2 defeat to continue their losing streak. Dartmouth added insult to injury by white- washing the Gallagher-men, 7-0, at Hanover. As in the Yale game, Whynot made over fifty saves while most of the game was played inside the Northeastern blue line. The Husky six finally snapped their losing streak by defeating M.I.T., 4-3, at the Boston Garden. Captain-elect of the 1954 football team, Sid Watson, drove home the winning goal early in the third stanza to climax a long uphill fight. All the Engineering scoring was accomplished when the Huskies were short-handed. Gilbody scores against M.I.T. Harvard then took the Huskies to town, 6-2. The G-men held a short-lived lead on a goal by Captain Bill Doherty in the first period. But, 27 seconds later Harvard tied the match and was never in danger from there on. A brace of goals by Roy Kelley helped the Huskies garner their second win of the season, 5-1, against Tufts. Going into the third period with the score, 2-1, the Red and Black skaters scored three fast goals to ice the game. Continuing their winning ways, the NU ' ers battled to a 5-4 overtime victory over a fighting Providence College team on Dec. 22 to give their loyal fans a Christmas present of sorts. Captain Billy Doherty scored the winning goal. Seeking to continue their winning ways, the N.U. crew traveled to Troy, N. Y., to meet the red hot Engineers of Rensallaer. R.P.I, stopped the Huskies cold, 7-1. Playing in the annual Beanpot Tourney, the Huskies were stopped in the opening round by the power-laden Boston College Eagles. The Huskies outplayed the Eagles for two periods, and then, the boys from the Heights, who went on to win the tourney, blasted home two quick goals to open the third stanza and clinch the contest. In the consolation round, the next night, th e Northeastern team was upset by a rapidly improving Boston University sextet, 5-3. The Huskies nipped at the Terrier ' s heels throughout the game, but two fast goals in the third period clinched it for B.U. Playing its third game in four nights, a weary N.U. six fell before a hustling Brown aggregation, 10-3, at the North Shore Sports Arena. Northeastern suffered its fifth straight loss when the pucksters bowed to a superior Dartmouth team, 8-5. Paced by four goals off the stick of Dan Mc- Carthy, the Indians outplayed the Huskies all the way. N.U. tied the score at four-all in the second period, but McCarthy netted what proved to be the winning goal and the Indians were never headed from then on. Captain Bill Doherty turned in the hat trick for N.U. A 7-2 loss to Harvard extended the Husky losing streak to six straight games. And, in a rapidly ar- ranged game with Tufts, Northeastern was held to a 3-3 tie. Playing their best hockey of the season, the ice- men trounced B.U., 11-5, in their next game. Jack Gilbody and Clyde DeWolfe both turned the hat trick for Northeastern. N.U. then dropped their third game of the sea- son to Boston College, 6-2, in the only game the Huskies played at the now State-owned Boston Arena. The icemen only got off five shots on the B.C. goal in a weak attack. In the last game of the season, the Red and Black rallied to pull out an overtime 4-3 win against B.U. Sid Watson banged home the winning goal at 1 :50 of the overtime to give the G-men a hard- earned victory. DeWolfe, Doherty and Kelley also scored for N.U. Although the season was not too successful, the Huskies can look forward to next season after a building year. The gradu ating seniors are James Campion, Leonard Dartt, Harold Duffy, Howard Lambert, John Purcell and Richard Smith. Lawn turns aside Dartmouth shot. I A a [_ 11E JlHE ' ) % First roi McCabe. : Priori. D. Eason. Toyias. R. Eason. Second row: Nelson. Ganci. DeRosa, Sweridiik, Pineau. Cox, Capt. Allan, Cash, Third row: Sterling. DiCristoforo, Arnold, Conlon, Kelly, Rubin, Tierney. Korey, Coach Gallagher. BASEBALL By DICK ALLEN " DLAYING one of the heaviest schedules in many - years, Northeastern ' s 1953 baseball team finished its campaign with a record of seven wins and ten losses. The Huskies played half of their twenty game schedule away and eight of them with the local teams who comprise the newly formed Greater Bos- ton College League. Coach Herb Gallagher ' s nine got away to a fast start by defeating Boston University, Harvard and Clark before dropping a game to a strong Rhode Island team. Veteran Don Eason pitched his way to victory in the first two games winning both by the score of 2-1. Fans were calling the G-men " the hitless wonders " as they forged to the league lead with only six hits. The Red and Black batsmen broke out ot their batting slump in the Clark game by pounding the Clark hurlers in an 11-1 rout. Outfielder Dave Nelson and catcher Ron Eason collected a total of five hits as the Huskies dropped a free-swinging game to Rhody, 8-5. In their next encounter, the N.U. nine edged Bates, 3-2, with Don Eason throwing a five hitter. A three run seventh inning tossed the game to the Huskies as Angle Toyias stole home with the win- ning run. The Bobcats had held a 2-0 lead going into the inning. Don Tierney and Captain Andy Allan contributed singles in the big inning. Against Colby, the Husky batsmen collected Kelly raps out a base hit. ■(80). Tovias scores in a doiid of dust. 14 hits, but dropped the game, 11-9. The Mules, also lashing out 14 hits, collected single runs in the eighth and ninth innings to break a 9-9 deadlock. The loss was the first at home for the G-men. Kicking the ball around for nine errors, the N.U. team dropped a 5-3 decision to B.U. The Red and Black diamond men were blanked until the ninth inning when they rallied for three runs. In dropping their third straight decision, the Huskies were blanked by Tufts, 8-0. Jumbo pitcher, Fred Gerulskis, held the Huskies to three hits as N.U. was held scoreless for the first and only time of the year. Northeastern got back on the win trail by pounding out a 10-2 win over Brandeis. Don Eason picked up the win as the Huskies belted three Wal- tham hurlers for eleven hits. Dick Cox drove in five runs as Angle Toyias hit the first round-tripper of the year. Loose fielding cost the Huskies another game as they dropped a 9-5 decision to M.I.T. N.U. held a 4-2 lead when the Engineers scored seven runs in the fourth inning without hitting the ball out of the infield. Northeastern then journeyed to Durham, N. H., spotted the University of New Hampshire four runs in the first inning, and came back to win, 10-7. With the score tied at 5-5 in the sixth inning, the Red and Black blew the game open by racking up five more runs. Don Eason collected the win, giving up five bases on balls while striking out twelve of the Wildcats. The N.U. nine then moved to Amherst to tangle with the University of Massachusetts. The Redmen tallied three times in the first inning and went on to take a 4-2 victory. N.U. next entertained the U.S. Navy in an ex- hibition game with a team from the carrier Min- dinao. The Navy was sunk in short order, 8-0. Boston College pushed over two runs in the ninth inning to slide by the Huskies, 5-4, in their next encounter. N.U. collected 11 hits, outhitting the Eagles by a wide margin, but also committed five errors to hand the game to B.C. as Eason only allowed four hits. In their last league game of the season, the Huskies again played fumble-fingered and com- mitted seven errors to give B.C. a 12-4 win. The Eagles picked up their fifth straight game and the league championship in this tilt. Closing out the season against A.I.C., the G- men lost a 5-3 close one. The Huskies had a tie ball game going in the sixth inning, 3-3. But, A.I.C. picked up a run here and another in the seventh to cop the victory. Despite their disappointing team showing, the Huskies were outstanding individually. Four North- eastern men were named to the Greater Boston College All-Star Team, one more than Champion Boston College. The pitcher and catcher team of Don and Ron Eason made the grade along with Fran Pineau and Angle Toyias. Ron Eason and Dick Cox led the Husky bats- men in league hitting with .375 and .364 averages re- spectively. Don Eason picked up 3 wins and 2 losses in league competition. He also fanned 38 rheri to lead the league in this department. Overall, Eason had a 6-2 record for the year. Those graduating from the 1953 baseball team are Everett Arnold, Allen Conlon, Richard Cox, Donald Daley, Michael DeCristoforo, William Lilly- dale and Francis Pineau. Nelson scores against Bates. Husky trackmen pick up points with winning form. TRACK By PAUL NEEDLE NORTHEASTERN ' S 1954 indoor track team had as its high spot the magnificent perform- ances of Captain Dicic Ollen and Easy Ed Shea in the IC4A Meet on January 9th at Madison Square Garden. Captain Ollen whipped to victory in the mile run while Ed Shea pounded home in front of the field in the two-mile affair. In the dual meets department, the Huskies posted a 2-3 record despite the individual efforts of Ollen and Shea. These two managed to pick up at least two first place finishes in every meet. Captain Dick Ollen ■ ' . ' uin Over the course of the season, Ollen compiled an individual record of nine first place finishes, two seconds and a third. Ed Shea, the other half of the distance duo, ran up a card of seven firsts, four seconds, one third and one fourth place finish. Three of Captain Ollen ' s first place races estab- lished new records. In the 1000 yard run, on Janu- ary 23 at Bates, he posted a time of 2:19.3 to set a Bates Field House record. Against M.I.T. on Feb- ruary 20, he ran a 4:17.4 mile for a new N.U. record. In his last meet for N.U., Dick established a new record for the 1000 yards when he ran the dis- tance against Maine in 2:17.4. In the season ' s opener against Tufts on Janu- ary 9, the Tatton-men dropped a 693 -383 decision. The pattern for the year was set in the meet when the Huskies dominated the distance runs, but lost out in the other events. The Jumbos ran up eight firsts, sweeping the dashes and the broad jump. Shea and Ollen were the Husky standouts in the meet. Shea captured a first in the mile, placed second in the two-mile and third in the 1000. Cap- tain Ollen ran first in the 1000 and second in the mile. On January 16, Coach Tatton took his finest to the Knights of Columbus Track Meet held at the Boston Garden. Once again it was Ed Shea and Dick Ollen who were instrumental in N.U. ' s scoring. Ollen finished third in the Farrell Memorial 500, and Over the bar. Heading for home. Shea finished fourth in the Larivee two-mile run. The relay team of Bill Nelson, Bob HefFord, George Campot and Dick Ollen picked up a third in the one- mile relay race. The most exciting meet of the year came on January 23 in Lewiston, Maine, as the Huskies faced Bates. Ollen broke a 20 year old Bates Field House record in the 1000 to give N.U. a 54-53 lead. The last run was the 300 and Bob HefFord brought the victory home by beating Bates ' Doug Fay 34.9 to 35 seconds. The final tally read Northeastern 59, Bates 57. Ollen took first in the mile along with his win in the 1000. Shea took a first in the two-mile and ran second in the mile. The only bright spot in the B.A.A. Games at the Boston Garden on January 30 was Ollen ' s second place photo finish in the Bingham 880. The Relay team finished second in the mile relay. Coach Tatton ' s charges hit the victory trail again for the last time against Boston College on February 6. Pat Lochiatto of B.C. was the star of the meet with 21 points, but the Husky duo of Shea and Ollen offset his performance. Ollen and Shea tied for first in the mile and finished one-two in the 1000 as N.U. took the meet, 59-49. On February 20, against M.I.T., the tracksters were beaten 67-41. Ollen kicked in with a record- breaking mile while Shea won the two-mile event. February 27 and the IC4A Championships in New York was the big moment of the year. North- eastern hadn ' t had a winner in this event since Mike Prohodsky won in 1941. Ollen turned in a fine race winning the mile in 4.20.1. Ed Shea ran a masterful race and came home with a 9.24.5 win in the two- mile event. The last meet of the season, held at Orono, Maine, found the Huskies on the short end of an S6}y -39} 2 score in a meet with the University of Maine. As usual, it was the work of Captain Ollen and Shea that garnered Husky points. Ollen won the 1000, Shea won the two-mile, and they both tied in the mile. As a postscript to an individually sensational year, Dick Ollen blazed a new Northeastern record at the South Weymouth Invitational Meet. Paced by the famed Josey Barthel, Ollen raced the mile course in 4: 16.8. Barthel, Olympic champion from Luxemburg, lead most of the way. But, Ollen came with a rush at the finish to hand Josey his first defeat by an American and his first loss in more than two years. The work of Shea and Ollen throughout the year will go down in Husky history as some of the greatest running ever seen on this campus. The graduating seniors are David Aikens, Donald Barbera, Otto Kalmes, Robert Cannon, William Connell, Luther Fulton, Robert Cline, James Linehan, and Charles Johnson. Dave Ryan finishes. Sid Watson THE RECORD YEAR By JACK NEEDLE TOURING the college career of the class of 1954, ' - Northeastern struck gold athletically during 1951-52, N.U. ' s Golden Year in sports. Now the University is enjoying another propitious annum — The Record Year. More records were set in more sports this year than in any other year. Coach Joe Zabilski and Captain Jack Lapsley led the football squad through their schedule to a 6-1 record and the area ' s small college diadem. As for the marks that were broken, Fullback Sid Watson scored 74 points for an individual high. And, in seven games he amassed a total of 769 yards in 108 attempts for a 7.1 average. Only in one con- test, where he had 98 yards, did Watson miss the 100 yard figure. Rated sixth nationally in offense and defense, the team set such records as most points in a season, 206, most points in a game, 48 (against Brandeis); total yards gained, 2,694; total yards rushing, 1,758; and the most first downs, 118. The opposition scored only 52 points, made 52 first downs, and gained only 543 yards. Northeastern was accorded an honor when they were selected, after their fourth straight win and for the remainder of the season, as the top small college contingent in New England. And, Coach Joe Zabilski was named the Coach of the Year in New England. Meanwhile, Captain Dick Ollen and Ed Shea led the cross-country team to an undefeated season. In the first meet of the season, Ollen lowered the Brown University course record to 19:53. Between Shea and Ollen, the Huskies never lost a first or second place, setting another record. After the season, Ed Shea set a new Franklin Park course record in 20:42.2 as he outdistanced Johnny Kelley of B.U. for the New England Cross Country Championship. The Huskies were edged, 82-83, by UMass for the team championship. ■iS-l} All told, it turned out to be the University ' s best fall season with but a single loss in 13 varsity contests. As the snowflakes fell, so did the basketball records. Again an individual dominated the scene. Center Joe Wetzler scored 368 points to break Geno Neri ' s 1952 record of 324, and missed the last game as he had an eye injury. Against B.U., the lanky pivotman scored 34 points to set a new single game high, and his 22 in the first half was another record. Joe averaged 20.1 a game for still another record. Captain Jimmy Burkard ' s quintet was the first N.U. team on which the starting five all boasted double figure averages for the year: Wetzler 20.1, Ayres 13.9, Burkard 11.5, Dalrymple 11.4 and O ' Rourke 10.1. The courtmen smashed the season high total record with 1,436 points and scored 100 in a game Captain Jack Lapsley Captain Dick OUen Joe Wetzler Coach .Joe Zabilski Ed Shea with Maine to set another record. Their 11-8 record was one victory shy of the most-wins mark. Shea and Ollen contintied setting new marks after switching to the indoor track squad. Shea set a Husky two-mile mark in winning the IC4A run in 9:24.5. Ollen won the mile that night to mark the first time that N.U. copped two IC4A events. At M.I.T. Ollen set a new mile mark with a 4:17.4 timing. At Maine he notched a Husky 1000 record in 2.17.4; at Providence the NEAAU mark for the 1000 was lowered to 2.22 in his wake; and he whizzed to a Bates cage record in 2:19.3 for 1000. With southpaw Don Eason around for pitching chores, and Shea and Ollen around for a final fling, the spring seasons look mighty encouraging. Per- haps a few more additions will be added to the Record Year. {85} M HE 24th hour — the cuhiii- nation and reward for five tedi- ous and wonderfvil years of IMTA, quizzes, homework, elasses, the Commons, co-op, and exams. The dividing; lin » between Seniors and Ahimni is short and soon fades. Remembering the past brings baek a variety of senti- ments. Time went by so fast or it didn ' t go fast enough. Where did I ever get the cour- age . . . and the money? How did I pass everything? Remem- ber . . . the Crowded Commons . . . Great profs. . . . Dodging ears on Huntington Avenue . . . football games . . . and Senior Week. But, as we leave the Uni- versity to enter our careers and go our separate ways, we take with us that special blend of atmosphere that marks us as Northeastern Graduates. 5 s« » f 4u.t .••• • ' ' ' lt»: ' ' r _, l|ii % s»i« ' - , ••-. Zr in« eti " ? William T. Alexander Dean of the College of Engineering ■(88 Prof. Alfred J. Ferretti Acting Dean Urawing Left to right: Mr. Seaverns. Sr., Mr. Kreimer, Prof. Connor, Prof. Sander- son, Prof. Tozer, Prof. Devine, Prof. Cushnian, Prof. Rook. Physics Seated left to right: Mr. Hillier, Miss Cobbs, Mr. Baud. Standing, left to right: Prof. Grojean, Mr. Mc- Carren, Prof. Ahonen, Prof. Welch, Prof. Lacount, Prof. Wallace, Prof. Coolidge, Prof. Johnson, Mr. Rush. {89 Industrial Engineering Left to right : Prof. Henderson, Dean Alexander. Prof. Panlkin. Mechanical Engineering Front row, left to right : Mr. Blanchard, Prof. Mavor, Prof. Whittaker, Prof. Stearns, Prof. White. Back row, left to right : Prof. Mills, Prof. Schmei- der. Prof. Zeller. Mr. Long. Prof. Foster. Mathematics Seated, left to right : Mr. Car- rabes, Prof. Wallace, Prof. Mc- Callister, Prof. Spear, Mrs. Blackett. Standing, left to right: Mr. Ross, Prof. Kennedy, Mr. Giveen, Mr. Connor, Prof. Staknis, Mr. Mackey, Prof. Cook, Prof. Dean. Chemical Engineering Left to right : Prof. Baker, Prof. Morgan, Mr. Brodasky. Civil Engineering Seated, left to right: Prof. Granistorff, Prof. Baird. Stand- ing, left to right: Prof. Spen- cer, Mr. Lenney, Prof. Hankin- Electrical Engineering Seated, left to right: Prof. Lob, Prof. Rocheford, Prof. Chang, Prof. Essigman, Prof. Richards, Prof. Cleveland, Prof. Craig, Prof. Dolansky. Stand- ing, left to right: Mr. Wood, Prof. Stubbs, Mr. Marcotte, Mr. White, Mr. Carter, Mr. Klein 5 " DAVID AIKENS .1 ,■,•«.■ Road ContarilU: Ma.-.-s. ( hfiiiiftil Engineering Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Cross Country 4 — Track 4 — Radio Club 3 — Engineer ' s Council 5 (Sec.) — A.I.Ch.E. -I, 3 (Treas,), 4, 3 — Tan Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: Arthur D. Little and Co. — Hobbies: Stamp collecting, astronomy — Probable Occupation: Research engineering. JEROME J. AMANTE 165 Cornell. Street Ro. ' .-linilale, Mass. Electrical Enyineerinij " Chickie " — Dean ' s List — A.LE.E.-I.R.E. — Co-op Work Record: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Northeastern University — Probably Occupation: Engineering. GEORGE M. ARIES 10 Albion Street Roxbury, Mass. Electrical Engineering . .I.E.E. — Co-op Work Record: Cambridge Electric Light Co.; Westinghouse Electric Corp. — Probable Occupation: Engineering. PETER R. ASHJIAN 334 Corey Street Roxbnry, Mass. Civil Engineering Dean ' s List 3, 4 — Class Cabinet 3 — N.U.C.E.S. — Class Treasurer 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: G. B. H. Macomber Co.; John Bowen Co. ROBERT J. ASSENZO Gl Prenti. ' is Street Roxbury, Mass. Cirit Engineering " Bob " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Engi- neer ' s Council (Vice-pres. ) — N.LT.C.E.S. — Sears B. Condit Award — Tau Beta Pi (Vice-pres. and Program Chairman) — Co-op Work Record: Camp, Dresser and McKee Consulting Sanitary Engineers — Hobbies: Reading, swimming, women — Probable Occupation: Sanitary engineer. JOHN ASSAF AYOUB IG LaGrange Street We.- t Roxbury, Mass. Chemical Engineering A.I.Ch.E. — Co-op Work Record: Union Baystate Chemical Co.; Raytheon Manufacturing Co.; Hunt-Spiller Manufacturing Corp. — Hobbies: All sports — Probable Occupation: Chemical Engineer. HENRY ALBERT BALBONI 396 Cabot Street Beverly, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Bal " — Married — one daughter — Dean ' s List 4 — Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 4 — Camera Club 4 — A.I.Ch.E. — Co-op Work Record: Novelty Bias Binding Co.; Sylvania Electric Products Corp. — Hobbies: Fishing, hunting, photography, skiing. ARTHUR G. BALDWIN, JR. 18 Cupen Street Stoughton, Mass. C ' iril Engineer Hus-Skiers 4 — Class Cabinet 2, 5 — N.U.C.E.S. — Service Record: U. S. Army 1947-48 — Co-op Work Record: Town of Canton; N.Y.N.H. and H. R.R., Boston Division. •r ' wl ALBERT E. BATES, JR. 7 Fremont Court Arlington, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Al " — Married, two daughters — A.S.M.E. — Service Record: U. S. Army 1946-48 — Co-op Work Record: Simplex Wire Cable Co. — Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, swimming, skiing — Probable Occupation: Steam and gas turbine engineering. DAVID H. BEACH 76 Wood Avenue Pittsfield, Mass. Industrial Engineering Nv Epsilon Zeta 3 (Pledge Master), i (Grand Scribe) 5 (Vice Grand Master) — Hus-Skiers 1 (Treas.), 2 (Vice-pres.), 3 (Pres.), 4, 5 — Band 1 — Choral Society 5 — I.F.C. — Student Council 5 — A.I.- I.E. 5 — Co-op Work Record: Independent Lock Co.; Mason-Nielan Regulator Co. — Hobbies: Skiing, music — Probable Occupation: Industrial engineering (production control). JAMES L. BELL 18(1 Lcvington Street Waltham, J «.v,v. Civil Engineering " Jimmy " — Married — Hockey 1, 2, 3 — Service Record: U. S. Army 1950-51 — Co-op Work Record: Bell Bros. Inc.; G. L. Rugo Sons; H. R. Feldman — Probable Occupation: Civil engineering. O. MICHAEL BELLI A Greenwood Road Andover, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Mike " — A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Electric Products Inc., Danvers, Mass. — Hobbies: Hunting, fishing — Probable Occupation: Engineering. ERWIN A. BELORUSKY 36 Parker Street Wobnrn, Mass. Civil Engineering " Wyn " — Married, one son — N.U.C.E.S. — Service Record: Air Force 1942-46, 1951-53 — Co-op Work Record: Groisser Shlager Iron Works — Hobby: Fishing — Probable Occupation: Structural engineering. ALBERT G. BERBERIAN 23 Churchill Street Milton, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Al " — Camera Club 2, 3 — Choral Society 3 — News 4 — Class Cabinet 1 — A.I.Ch.E. — Co-op Work Record: Masury- Young Co. — Hobbies: Photography, swimming, canoeing — Probable Occupa- tion: Engineering. BERTRAM BERGER 21 Michigan Avenue Dorchester, Mass. Civil Engineering " Sonny " — Dean ' s List 5 — Choral Society 5 — A.S.C.E. — B.S.C.E. — Football 1 — Cauldron i — Ne cs 4 — N.U.C.E.S. (Ex- ec. Comm.) — Co-op Work Record: E. W. Branch Inc.; Fay, Spofford Thorndike — Hobbies: Photography, sports — Probable Occupation: Civil engineering. HOWARD L. BERRY 785 Broolc Road Milton, Mas.i. Civil Engineering " Howie " — Freshman Honor List — Camera Club 1 — Class Cabinet 1, 2, 3 — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: Thomas Murphy Co. — Hobby: Photography — Probable Occupation: Struc- tural design or contracting. .1 GEORGE BILAFER S6 Pierce Street Aririigtnn, Maxn. Civil Engineering Married, one daughter — N.U.C.E.S. — Service Record: U. S. Navy 19-t;!-16 — Co-op Work Record: W. T. Moore Son; C. J. Maney Co. — Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, flying — Probable Occupa- tion: Engineering. DAVID DeFOREST BLAIR, JR. .5 Oreenhill Street Tanntou, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Big Bear " — Intramural Softball i, 3, 4, 5— Intramural Bowling 1, o — A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: G. O. Jenkins Co. — Hobbies: Sports, automobiles — Probable Occupation: Sales engineering. ROCCO BLASI 13 McCliirc Street Revere, Mass. Ciril Engineering " Rock " — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: Thompson Licht- ner Co. — Hobbies: Hockey, flying, sports — Probable Occupation: Civil engineering. GEORGE M. BONVALLAT 5 Cleveland Road Waliham, Mass. Civil Engineering Hus-Skiers 5 — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: Middlesex County Engineering Dept. : Turner Construction Co.; Bowen Construction Co.; Julian White, Hydraulic Engineers — Hobbies: Skiing, swimming, sports — Probable Occupation: Water supply and flood control. ARTHUR A. BORSELLI ■id Eiisllaud Road .lamaira Plain, Mass. Ciril Engineering " Art " — Xv Epsilon Zeia— Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5— Choral Society 4_ 5 _ N.U.C.E.S. — Service Record: U. S. Army Air Force 1946-47 — Co-op Work Record: R. H. Barnes Co. — Probable Occupation: Engineering. WILBUR E. BOYNTON 28 Seymour Ave. Lynn, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Will " — Dean ' s List 2 — Square and Folk Dance Society 2 — A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: James Millen Mfg. Co.; Boston Machine Works Co. — Hobbies: Photography — Probable Occupa- tion: Mechanical engineering. PAUL LeCOUNT BRADLEY ; Bradford Road South Weipnoiith, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Smiley " — Gamma Phi Kappa — Basketball (Freshman Manager) — A.I.Ch.E.— Co-op Work Record: Godfrey L. Cabot; Hunt-Spiller; Whitney Chain Co. — Probable Occupation: Chemical engineering. HUGH BRADY :i!) Whitney .ivenne Sonthington, Connecticut Electrical Engineering Married, One son and one daughter — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Sears B. Condit Award — Tav Beta Pi — Service Record: U. S. Air Force 1943-46, 1951-53 — Co-op Work Record: Alvin S. Maucib Co.; Bristol Co. — Probable Occupation: Electrical engineering. JACK RICHARD BRAKS 30 Merriam ParJacay Fitchhurg, Mass. Civil Engineering " Dick " — Married — Dean ' s List 4, 5 — N.U.C.E.S. 3, 4, 5 — Assoc. Industries of Mass. Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: City Engineer, Keene, N. H.; Mass. Land Court — Probable Occupation: Structural design. HARRY J. BRAX JfJfl Hnntingfon Aveiiiie Jamaica Plain, Mass. Chemical Engineering Gamma Phi Kappa — Inter-fraternity Council 3. CHARLES H. BRIGGS JR. 94 Beltevue Avenue Winthrop, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Charlie " — Calvin Coolidge College of L. A. — Hus-Skiers 4, 5 — Biology Club 1, 2 (President), 3, 4, 5 — Tennis Club 3 — Cauldron Photo Editor — News 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.I.E.E. Co-op Work Record: M.I.T. Instrumentation Lab. — Hobbies: Photography, skiing, tennis — Probable Occupation: Space traveler. ALFRED G. BROADHURST S3 Caincron Road Norwood, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Al " — Speed skating letter 1952 — A.I.E.E. — Service Record; U. S. Navy 1945-46 — Co-op Work Record: Clark and Mills Electric Co.; Friedman Electric Co.; J. M. Brown Electric Co.; William Gens Son — Hobbies: Skating, hunting, skiing — Probable Occupation: Electrical construction — Member of 1952 U. S. Olympic Speed Skating Team. JOHN M. BROUSSEAU 1-53 Hollis Avenue Braintree, Mass. Electrical Engineering 3, 4 — Yacht Club 1, 2 - Tan Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: Hobbies: Radio, mountain climbing. Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, —Chess Club 3, 4— I.R.E High Voltage Eng. Corp. chess. REGINALD C. BROWN 48 Reed Street Dedham, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Reg " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Pi Tau Sigma 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: General Radio Company — Hobbies: Sports, philately — Probable Occupation: Engineering. RICHARD B. BROWN, 3RD 15 Mf. I ' ernon Avenue Braintree, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Dick " , " Brownie " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Radio Club 1, 2, 3 (Treasurer), 4 (V-President ), 5 (V-President ) — A.I.E.E. -I.R.E. (Executive Board) — Class Representative 2, 3, 4 — Charles Hayden Scholarship 1 — Eta Kappa Nu 4, 5 (Cor- resp. sec.) — Tau Beta Pi 5 — Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Elec- trical Products — Hobbies: Hi-Fi Audio, hunting, fishing, ham radio — Probable Occupation: Radar or computor engineer. WESLEY B. BURGESS 3 Putnam Street Milfnrd, New Hampsht Electrical Engineering " Wes " — Nu Epsilon Honor List — Band 3, 2, 3, 4, 5 (President Zeta (Pledgemaster 4, 5) — Freshman 5 — Choral Society 1,2 — Student Union -A.I.E.E. 3 — Trustee Scholarship 1 — Service Record: V. S. Army 1951-53 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Edison Co.; Tung-Sol Lamp Works, Inc.; Central Vermont Pubic Service Corp.; Northeastern Engineering Inc. — Hobbies: Singing, playing baritone horn — ProbaVjle Occupation: Electrical power operations engineer. CARL J. BURKARD .(,i M ' inthrop Street Xeir Hritalit, Cniiii. I iiiliixtrial E»gineerin(] Fresliman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — Hiis-Skiers 2 — Student Inion 1 — A.LE.E. — TfiH Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: The American Hardware Corp. — Hobbies; Skiing, swimming — Prob- able Occupation: Industrial engineering. JAMES A. CALLELY, JR. ;. ' 5 Ellxworth Street Beverly, Ma.i. ' i. Eleetrieal Engincerinq " Jim " — A.LE.E. 2, 3 — LR.E. 3, i — Co-op Work Record: Hy- tron Radio and Electronics Co. — Hobbies: Photography, sports — Probable Occupation: Engineering. ROBERT W. CANON .1 Pagnria Street MiUo,i, Max. " . Mechanieal Engineering " Bob " — Track 2, 3 ' , 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: Tufts College: Jackson Moreland Consultant Engineers; Boston Insulated Vire Cable Co. — Hobbies: Sports, automobiles — Probable Occupation: Research. Football 1 — A.I.E.E. 3. FREDERICK J. CAREW, JR. 7 BarlleU Street Somerville, Mas,i. Electrical Engineering ANTHONY LOUIS CATALANO 4346 Washington Street Roslinijale, Mass. Eleetrieal Engineering " Tony " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Football 1 — Huskey Key 2 — Class Secretary 3 — Class Cabinet 2, 3 — A.I.- E.E.-I.R.E. — Hayden Scholarship, A.I.M. Scholarship — Eta Kappa Nu — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co. — Hobbies; Piano, beer parties — Probable Occupation: Father of twins. JOHN L. CATTANACH 36 Di.e Street Waltham, Mas.t. Mechanical Engitieering " Jack " — Married — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 (Chairman) — Class Treas- urer 2 — Service Record: U. S. Navy — Co-op Work Record: San- born Co.: Clifford Mfg. Co.; Process Eng. Co. — Hobbies: Sports, photography — Probable Occupation: Engineering sales. RICHARD H. CERNI 23 yetherlands Road Broolcline, J a««. Eleetrieal Engineering " Dick " — Alpha Kappa Sigma — Interfraternity Council 3 — Dean ' s List 5 — Hus-Skiers 5 — N.U.E.C. Charter Delegate 4, 5 — Radio Club 2, 3, 4 — S.A.M. 4, 5 — I.R.E.-A.I.E.E. — Service Rec- ord; V. S. Army, 1946-48 — Co-op Work Record; Sanborn Co. — Hobbies: Amateur radio — Probable Occupation: Engineering man- agement. ARMEN S. CHOPOURIAN 8,91 Mas.sachu.setts Avenue Cambridge, Mas.f. Electrical Engineering " Chop " — Married — Boston University — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — A.I.E.E. — Eta Kappa Nu — Co-op Work Record: New England Power Service Co. — Hobby; Fishing. .y ROBERT CICCARELLI 96 Child Street Hyde Park, Mass. Mechanical Engineering Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — A.S.M.E. (Treas.) — Pi Tau Sigma (Sec.) — Co-op Work Record: Mari Rental tool Die Co.; M.I.T. Instrumentation Lab; Barbour Stockwell Co. JOSEPH H. CLAFFEY ISS Cabot Street Roxhury, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Joe " — Class Cabinet 3, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Co.; Hayes Pump and Machinery Co.; Process Engineering Co. — Hobbies: Dancing, sports, music — Probable Occupation: Engineering. ROBERT E. CLARK ,9 Selfridgc Road Bedford, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Bob " — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. — Radio Club 5 — Co-op Work Record: Doble Engineering Co.; General Electric Co.; Cape and Vineyard Elec. Co. — Hobbies: Radio, photography, automobile mechanics — Probable Occupation: Development. CLIFTON A. CLARKE, JR. 103 Hillside Avenue Haverhill, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Cliff " — Married — One daughter, one son — Freshman Honor List — A.I.E.E. — LTniversity Scholarship — Service Record: U. S. Army 1946-47 — Co-op Work Record: Haverhill Electric Co.: Chase Shaw- mut Co.; General Electric Co. — Hobbies: Skiing, hunting — Prob- able Occupation: Engineering. PAUL S. CLAY 1S6 Aiihnrn Street Avhnrndale, Mass. Electrical Engineering Newton Junior College — Camera Club 1 — Radio Club 2, 3, 4, 5 — News 1 — Co-op Work Record: Simplex Wire and Cable Co. — Hobbies: Amateur radio, photography. WALTER STANLEY CLEMENTS ;816 Belmont Street Maiden, Mass. Electrical Engineering Married — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — I.R.E.- A.I.E.E. — E a Kappa Nii, Tau Beta Phi — Co-op Work Record: G N Engineering Co.; James Millen Mfg. Co.; Northeastern Uni- versity — Electronic Research Project — Hobbies: Radio and TV repair — Probable occupation: Research in electronics. ARTHUR LEWIS COHEN $0 Faun Bar Arcnue Winthrop, tass. In.d ' U.strial Engineering " Art " — Engineering Council 4, 5 — A.I.E.E., 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Record: Schwart Sportswear Co.; Vanta Co. Inc.; Ernest Donath Co. — Hobbies: Bowling, science, fiction — Probable occupation: Industrial relations. LAWRENCE COMERFORD : 19 Broadway Arlington, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Larry " —Yacht Club 3 — A.S.M.E. — Service Record: U. S. Marine Corps 1946-48 — Co-op Work Record: Acumeter Laboratories, Inc. — Hobbies: Dancing, sailing, skating — Probable occupation: Sales engineering. i M ...-„_£ WILLIAM M. CONNELL 61 Aiidrt ' V Road East Boston, Mas.s. Chemical Enyiiiecriiig " Red " —Cross Country " 2, 3 (Capt.), 4 — Track 2, 3, 4, — A.I.Ch.E. — Service Record; V. S. Marine Corps 1946-48 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: General Latex and Chemical Corp.; U. S. Gypsum Corp. — Hob- bies: Sleeping, swimming — Probable Occupation: Technical sales. MAURICE JOSEPH CORMIER H7 Hiqhland Arniuc Maiden. Mass. El erf r leal E)igi neering " Maury " — Married — Franklin Technical Institute — Tennis Club 3 (Treasurer) — A.I.E.E. — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1943-46 — Co-op Work Record: M.I.T. Instrumentati on Laboratory; Control- ler Service and Sales Company; Metcalf and Eddy — Hobbies: Tennis, badminton, skiing — Probable Occupation; Electrical power eingineering — Won N. U. Intramural Tennis Tournament 2. EDMOND J. COSTIGAN 210 Qiilncy Street Dorchester. Ma. x. Electrical Emjinccri ng " Eddie " — Married — Two sons — Freshman Honor List — Chess Club 1 Radio Club 5 — I.R.E. — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1945-48 — Co-op Work Record: Andrew Alford Consulting En- gineers — Hobbies: Repairing radios and TV — Probable Occupa- tion: Own business. ALEX PAUL COTREAU 85 Fayv ' ood Arenac East Boston, Mass. Mechanical Engineering Intramural Softball 2, 3, 4 — Intramural bowling 1, 2 — Engineer- ing Council — A.S.M.E. — Service Record; U. S. Navy 1946-48 — Co-op Work Record; Barbour Stockwell Co; Bay State Machine — Hobbies: Model making, drafting — Probable Occupation: Research and design. JAMES COULOURIOTES Ji ' 2 Electric Arenne Sonierrille, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Couley " — Intramural Softball — Intramural bowling — A.S.M.E. — Work Record: Cole-Hersee; Modern Die and Machine Co. — Hobbies: Sports — Probable Occupation: Research and design. GERALD R. CRIMP 5B Parrott Street Lynn, Mass. Civil Engineering " Jerry " — Chess Club — N.U.C.E.S. — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1946-48 — Co-op Work Record; New England Survey Service Co.; N. Y., N. H. H. R.R. Co.; A. Cefalo and Sons — Hobbies: Sports, bowling, chess — Probable Occupation: Construction en- gineer. JOSEPH JOHN CURRAN 6-5 Young Street Xorth Quincy, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Joe " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Chess Club 1, 2 (Treas.), 3 (Pres.)— Rifle Club 3 — A.S.M.E. — Associated Industries of Massachusetts Scholarship 3 — American Society of Tool Engineers — Pi Tan Sigma — Co-op Work Record: Boston Consolidated Gas Co.; Boston Edison Co.; Mathewson Machine Works. ROBERT THOMAS DANEHY 40 Hamlet Street Arlington, Ma. s. Electrical Engineering " Bob " — Hus-Skiers 2, 3 — Yacht Club 3, 4 — Radio Club 5 — I.R.E. — Co-op Work Record; Sanborn Co. Electronic Medical Equipment — Hobbies: Woodworking — Probable Occupation; Mil- itary service. WARNER C. DANFORTH 1 Lexinglon Street Wobvrn, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Danny " — Married — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 4 — Chapel Choir 2, 3, 4, 5 — Choral Society 2, 3, 4, 5 — Student Union 2, 3, 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 1 — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. — £(a Kappa Nu 4, 5, (Fres.) —Tau Beta Pi 5 — Service Record: U. S. Air Force 1946-49 — Co-op Work Record: Andrew Alford Consulting Engin- eers — Hobbies: Piano — Probable Occupation: Electrical engineer, antenna design. THOMAS J. DANGELO, JR. 493 Medford Street Somemlle, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Tom " , " Dan " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 4 — A.S.M.E. — Pi Tan Sigma — Co-op Work Record: American Oil Co.; Barnstead Still Sterilizer Co.; James Millen Mfg. Co.; American Sugar Refining Co. — Hobbies: Tennis, swimming. PAUL F. DAROIS l.K ' Sea Street North ] ' c}imonth. Mass. Electrical Engineering Married — One Son — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — Chess Club 1 — A.I.E.E.- I.R.E. — Society of . merican Military Engineers — Service Record: U. S. Air Force 1946-49 — Co-op Work Record: Bethlehem Steel, Quincy Shipyards; Cambridge Air Force Research Laboratory — Hobbies: Music, radio, T.V. service — Probable Occupation: Elec- trical engineering preferably research. GEORGE H. DAVIES, III 4 Bassett Street Foxhoro, Mass. Mechanical Engineering Married — One son — A.S.M.E. — Service Record: U. S. Marine Corps 1945-47 — Co-op Work Record: The Foxboro Co. ALAN R. DAVIS 15 Magnolia Road Milton, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Al " — Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 3, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. — Junior Prom Committee — Co-Chairman Senior Prom Committee — Co-op Work Record: Boston Edison Co. — Hobbies: Automobile repairing, sports — Probable Occupation: Sales engineering. DONALD L. DAWES 104 Cross Street Belmont, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Don " — Massachusetts Institute of Technology — Hus-Skiers 1 — Yacht Club 1 — Square Folk Dance Soc. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Neies 4, 5 — A.I.E.E. 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Edison Co.; M.I.T. Instrumentation Lab — Hobbies: Skiing, fishing, sailing, photo- graphy — Probable Occupation: Research engineer. DANIEL J. DeBENEDICTIS Wcstirood Arenne Billerica, Mass. Electrical Engineering Service Record: U. S. Navy 1945-46 — Co-op Work Record: Heinze Electric Co.; Raytheon Mfg. Co. JOHN J. DEGAN, JR. UIJ Botolph Street ( iiiiiri), Mass. Elrrtriral Engineering " Jack " — Married — Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5 — Radio Club 2, 3 — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. — Service Record: U. S. Air Force 1946-49 — Co-op Work Record: Conversions and Surveys Inc.; U. S. N. Underwater Sound Lab.; Instrument Development Labs. — Hobbies: Radio repair, golf — Probable Occupation: Electronic engineering. DANTE EDWARD DeLELLIS 6- Surato(l i Strccl l.airrcncc, Mci,is. Electrical Eiiginccrivfi " Dan " — Camera Club S — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.— Service Record: U. S. Navy 1946-49 — Co-op Work Record: General Radio Co.; Harvard University — Hobbies: Electronic circuitry and design, photography, reading - Probable Occupation: Research and development. CHRISTOS DEMOGENES i ' ;? Wii giii Street loi ' ccll, Mass. Mechanical Engineerimj A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: J. W. Greed Co.; Associated Engineering Co. — Hobbies: Sports, dancing. ARTHUR DerBOGHOSIAN lOS Laurel Street Watertoien. Mass. Chemical Engineering " Art " — A.i.Ch.E. — Co-op Work Record: Luken " s Laboratories: Frederick S. Bacon Laboratories — Hobbies: Hunting, firearms, classical music, coin collecting — Probable Occupation: Rubber research or metallurgy. ALEXANDER C. DERRY East Main Street Hopkinlon. Mass. Mechanical Eyigineering " Ski " — Married — One daughter — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 5 — Husky Highlighters 5 — Student Council ••2,3, 4, 5 (Pres.)— Class Cabinet 1 — A. S.M.E. — Class President 1 — Pi Tan Sigma (Parliamentarian) — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1943-49 — Co-op Work Record: Bay State Abrasive Co. — Hobbies: Woodworking, house remodeling — Probable Occupation: Engineer- ing. ROBERT R. DEWAR 9S Court Street Dedham, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Bob " — Married — Cross Country 1 — Radio Club 3 — Class Cabinet 1 — A.I. E.E. — Service Record: U. S. Navy Air Corps 1943-40, 1951-53 — Co-op Work Record: Holtzer-Cabot; Black and Welister; Western Union — Hobbies: Radio, golf, photography — Probable Occupation: Electrical engineering. EVERETT E. DONNELL 2 Applelon Street Watertnirv. Mas.s. Mechanical Engineering " Ev " — A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: C S Oil Heating Co., Inc. — Hobbies: Hunting, skiing — Probable Occupation: Aero- nautical engineering. CHARLES E. DOUGHTY 32 Oneida Street Winchester, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Hank " — Hus-Skiers 3 — Camera Club 1, 2, 3 (Pres.) — A.i.Ch.E. — Co-op Work Record: General Alloys Co.; Clifford Mfg. Co. — Hobbies: Photography, skiing, sailing — Probable Occupation: Chemical engineering. JOHN DOWHANZUK ISO Heath Street Boston, Mass. Indu.strial Engineering A.I.E.E.-A.S.M.E. — Service Record: U. S. Army 1943-46 — Co-op Work Record: U. S. Watertown Arsenal — Hobbies: Tennis, hand- ball, camera — Probable Occupation: Industrial engineering. FRANCIS DROZDICK 122 Wood Arciiiie ilattapan, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Frank " — Camera Club 1 — Intramural Softball 3, Manager 4, 5 — Student Union 1 — Intramural Bowling 3, 4 — A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: American Machine and Foundry Co.; Alvin S. Mancib Co.: Mathewson Machine Works — Hobbies: Swimming, bowling, photography — Probable Occupation: Mechanical en- gineer. FRANK LEO DUNN 2Jt Royal Street Qiiinci , Mass. Mechanical Engineering Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Yacht Club 1 — A.S.M.E. — Pi Tan Sigma — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1946-48 — Co-op Work Record: Bay State Machine Co.; Alfred Hale Rubber — Hobbies: Fishing, golf, pool, swimming — Probable Occupation: Design or plant engineer- ing. ARTHUR A. ERICKSON, JR. 61 Park Drive Boston, Mass. Mechanical Engineering Married — Two sons — A.S.M.E. — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1943-46 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Edison Co. — Hobbies: golf, reading — Probable Occupation: Power engineering. HOWARD J. FAROUHARSON 19 Fisk Street Waltham, Mass. Civil Engineering " Howie " — Married — One son, one daughter — X.L .C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M.E. 4, 5 — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1944-48 — Co-op Work Record: New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad; City of Waltham; G. B. H. Macomber Company — Hobbies: Swimming, hunting. RAYMOND J. FARRELL, JR. 5 Bemis Avenue Waltham, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Fatman " — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1945- 46 — Co-op Work Record: Smith Machine Shop; Clifford Mfg. Co.; Lewis-Shepard Co. — Hobbies: Sports — Probable Occupation: Me- chanical engineering. COSIMO JOSEPH FAVALORO 115 Richmond Street Boston, Ma. ' is. Electrical Engineering " Cos " — Cross Country 1 — A.I.E.E. 2, 3 (Rep.), 5 (Chairman) — I.R.E.5 — Co-op Work Record: Massachusetts Institute of Technolo- gy; Sylvania Electric Co. — Hobbies: Running, painting, good music — Probable Occupation: Electrical engineering. STANLEY H. FISHTINE 20 Sutton Street Mattupan, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Fish " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.I.Ch.E. Section Representative 2 — A.I.Ch.E. Award — Tau Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record; Bird Son Co. — Hobbies: Drawing, card playing — Probable Occupation: Chemical engineer. CHARLES H. FLAVIN, JR. S99 Hancock Street Quincy, Mass. Civil Engineering " C ' harlev " — Married — One daughter — Freshman Honor List — Deans List 2, 3, 4, 5 — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4 (Pres.), 5 — S.A.M.E. 4, 5 — Tau Beta Pi 5 — Co-op Work Record: Massachusetts Land Court. - R. PAUL FOSTER 4S Chester Road Belmont, Mass. Eteetrical Engineering • ' Pip " — A.I.E.E. i (Class Rep.), 3, -l, 5 — I.R.E. 5 (Secretary) — Co-op AYork Record: Sanborn Co. — Probable Occupation: Elec- tronics. GORDON ALLEN FRANKENSTEIN JO Searer Street Roxbnry, Mass. Indii-itrial Engineering " Frank " — A.I.LE. — Co-op Work Record: Conversions Surveys; Maiden Melrose Gas Light Company; Farrington Manufacturing Co. — Hobbies: Photography and wood working — Probable occu- cupation: Industrial engineer. IRVING M. FREEDMAN .5 Franklin Are. Rerere, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Irv " — Married — One daughter — Freshman Honor List — Hus- Skiers 1 — Yacht Club 1, 2 — Class Cabinet 3, 4 — A.I.E.E. (Exec. Cabinet) 3, 4, 5 — I.R.E. (Sec.) 5 — Etta Kappa A w — Service Record: Coast Guard, 1946-49 — Co-op Work Record: American Machine and Foundry, Electronics Div.; General Electric Co. — Hobbies: Electronic tinkering — Probable occupation: Engineering research and development. WILLIAM C. FREEMAN 1J5 Howard Street Melrose, Mass. Civil Engineering " Bill " — Deans List 3, 4 — Cross Country 1 — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: Roland H. Barnes Co. — Hobbies: Tennis, skiing — Probable Occupation: Construction. LUTHER GREY FULTON SI Hairthorne Street East Weymouth, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Luke " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Track 1, 2, 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: New England Power Service Co. — Hobbies: Hockey, flying — Probable Occupation: Carpenter. CHARLES E. GALE 234 Rioer Street Braintree, Mass. Civil Engineering " Charlie " — Band 2 — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: Schuy- ler Clapp Co.; N.Y., N.H. H. R.R. — Hobbies: Sports, collecting coins — Probable Occupation: Civil engineering. LOUIS F. GALLO 226 Sea Street Quincy, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Lou " — Radio Club 5 — I.R.E. 5 — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1946-48 — Co-op Work Record: Tobe Deutschmann Corp.; Bethle- hem Steel Co. — Hobbies: Radio, aviation — Probable occupation: Development engineering. DONALD E. GARDINER 24 Abbott Road Penacook, N. H. Industrial Engineering " Don " — University of New Hampshire — Husky Highlighters 3, 4, 5 — Student Council 3, 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 2 — A. I. I.E. — Class President 3, 4, 5 — Ford Award — Alumni Book Award — Service Record: U. S. Air Force 1945 — Co-op W ' ork Record: Con- cord Natural Gas Company — Hobbies: Collections — Probable Occupation: Business management. JOSEPH C. GARRON 21 Fainid ulc Road Rostiiidah ' , Mn.ss. Electrical Engineering " Joe " — A.I.E.E. 5 (Treas. )— Service Record: U. S. Navy 1944- 46 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Edison Co. — Hobbies: Swimming, skiing, tennis — Probable Occupation: Power and utilities. FREDERIC S. GIBB £2 Burroughs Road Brainlree, Mass. Mechanical Engineering Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — A.S.M.E. — Pi Tan Sigma — Co-op Work Record: Myrbeck Jacobs; Bethlehem Steel Co. — Hobbies: Water Sports, photography, tennis — Probable Occupation: Mechanical engineer. ROBERT E. GIBSON 3S Herschel Street Lynn, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Bob " — Dean ' s List 3 — Radio Club 4, 5 A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 3, 4 (Rep.), 5 (Vice chairman of Executive Council) — Co-op Work Record: General Radio Co. — Hobbies: Amateur radio, photography — Probable Occupation: Electronic engineer. FRANKLIN B. GILBERT, JR. 724 Maple Street Fall River, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Frank " — Beta Gamma Epsilon (Sec.) — Dean ' s List 3 — A.S.M.E. — Pi Tan Sigma — Co-op Work Record: Revere Copper Brass Inc. — Hobbies: Photography, cars — Probable Occupation; Me- chanical engineer. JOHN JAMES GILLIS 39 Rasseter Street Dorchester, Mass. Civil Engineering N.U.C.E.S. — U. S. Army 1943-46 — Co-op Work Record: Mass. Dept. of Public Works — Probable Occupation: Civil Engineering. RICHARD F. GLANCY 44 Jf ' alter Street Rosiindale, Mass. Civil Engineering " Dick " — N.U.C.E.S. — Service Record: U. S. Army 1946-48 — Co-op Work Record: G. B. H. Macomber Co.; John Bowen Co. Inci — Hobbies: Swimming, football — Probable Occupation: Engineer- ing. RICHARD GOODRICH 24 Chandler Street Somernlle, .Ua.s-.s-. Ch em ical En gin eeri ng ED-WARD HOOPER GOODWIN Meadow Lane Marhlehead, Ma s. Civil Engineering Married — One son — N.U.C.E.S. — Service Record: U.S. Navy 1946-48 — Co-op Work Record: Town of Marblehead, Mass.; New York, New Haven Hartford Railroad — Hobbies: Hunting, wood- working and boating — Probable Occupation : Municipal engineering. PAUL EDGAR GRAMSTORFF 60 Picrcf Ai ' cnuc En-relt, Mass. Elfctriciit Eiiyiiuvring A.I.E.E. — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1940-1,8 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Conversions and Surveys, New York; American Electrical Corp.; Westinghouse Electric — Hobbies: Boating, fishing, swimming — Probable Occupation: Power engineering. JOHN M. GREENE 144 Fuller Sfreel Dorchester, Mass. Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: Kinney Mfg. Co. — Hobbies: Leadership, models, Softball, basketball — Probable Occupation: Education. WILLIAM THOMAS GRIFFITHS 55 Undine Arenne IVinthrop, Muss. C ' irit Engineering " Bill " — Married — N.U.C.E.S. — Service Record: U. S. Navy 194.4-KJ — Co-op Work Record: Town of Belmont; New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Co. — Hobbies: Building house — Probable Occupation: Civil engineer. RICHARD J. GRINDROD 15 Dorinda Circle Lynn, Mass. Electrical Engineering •■Dick " — Married — A.I.E.E. — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1946-48 — Co-op Work Record: Chas. T. Main Inc. — Hobbies: Golf, dancing, bowling — Probable Occupation: Electrical design. FREEMAN S. GROUT East .irllnglon, ' ermont Ciril Engineering " Free " — Phi Gamma Pi 3 (House mgr.), 4 (Sergeant at arms), 5 (Pres.) — Hus-Skiers 3, 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 4 — Inter-Fraternity Council 2 (Sec.) — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: Central Ver- mont Public Service Corp.; Turner Construction Co.; Metcaff and Eddy — Hobbies: Skiing, swimming, golf — Probable Occupation: Construction. LEON EDMUND HACHEY 118 ]Vebaeowltt Arenne Lynn, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Lee " — Married — Two sons — Dean ' s List 4 — Radio Club 3 — Choral Society 3 — I.R.E. — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1945-48 — Co-op Work Record: Conversions and Surveys, Inc.; Hytron Radio and Electronics Co.; General Electric — Hobbies: Hi Fi systems. JOHN F. HAGELSTON Arion Street Bo.fton, Mass. Mechanical Engineering . .S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: United Carr Fastener Corp. — Hobbies: Bowling, skiing. ELLIOT R. HALE Westmoreland Depot, N. H. Chemical Engineering " Nate " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 4 — A.C.S. — A.I.Ch.E. — Class Treasurer 2 — Co-op Work Record: Tung-Sol Electric Inc. — Hobbies: Reading, tennis — Probable Occupation: Chemical engineering. JEREMIAH 0. HAMILTON 2 Wcshii Street SomerrilU; ilu.s.s. Electrica I En gin eeriii g JOHN C. HAMPE, JR. 107 GaiiLirille Road Dedham, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Jack " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3 — Band 1, 2, 3 (Council) 4 (Pres.) — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Charles W. Hayden Memorial Scholarship — Pi Tati Sigma — Co-op Work Record; Barnstead Still Sterilizer; Kinney Mfg. Co. — Hobbies: Model making, automobiles, music. JAMES S. HANSON, JR. 6 LeiHston Street Hyde Park, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Big Jim " — Camera Club 3, 4, 5 — A.C.S. — A.I.Ch.E. — Serv- ice Record: U.S.M.C. 1946-47, 1950-51 — Co-op Work Record: Frederick S. Bacon Laboratories; Union Bay State Chemical Co.; Hunt-Spiller Mfg. Co. — Hobbies: Photography, sports, dancing — Probable Occupation: Chemical engineering. ROGER W. T. HANSON 5 Cusking Street Wollaston, Mass. Industrial Engineering " Rog " — A. I. I.E. — A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: Conversions and Surveys, Inc.; Bay State Machine Co.; The Riverside Press — Probable Occupation: Industrial en gineering. ROBERT ERNEST HAWES 30 Ross .Street Medford, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Bob " — Married — One son — A.S.M.E. — Pi Tau Sigma — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1943-46, 1950-52 — Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Co.; Clifford Mfg. Co. JAMES W. HEALY 7; Ken mere Road Medford, Ma. ' !s. Median ical Engineering " Jim " — Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. — Pi Tau Sigma — Serv- ice Record: U. S. Army 1946-48 — Co-op Work Record: .Armstrong Rubber Co.; John P. Squire Co. — Hobbies: Sports, model building — Probable Occupation: Plant engineering. JOSEPH FRANCIS HEFFERNAN ,9-5 Menotomy Road Arlington, Mass. Mecha nical Engineering Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. — En- gineer ' s Council 4, 5 — Sears B. Condit Award — Tau Beta Pi — Pi Tan Sigma — Co-op Work Record: James Millen Co.; Eastern Gas and Fuel Assoc. — Hobbies: Boating, ice skating, swimming. DAVID JAMIESON HENDERSON 1156 Thomas Street San Diego, California Electrical Engineering " Dave " —Beta Qamma Epsilon (Treas.) — Freshman Honor List — List 3, 4, 5 — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. —Eta Kappa Nn — Tan Beta Pi — Co-op W ' ork Record: Simonds Saw and Steel Co. — Concord Electric Co; The Foxboro Co. BERNARD HODESS 11 Anhfonl Road i-wlo ' i Cfiiter, Mass. Ciril Enyiiifi-ring " Bud ' " — Siyma Kappa Psi — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: Harry Feldman Co.; W. T. Moore and Son, Engineers: John Bovven Construction Co. — Probable Occupation: Engineering. LESLIE G. HOLLENBECK £41 Centre Street. Abington, Mass. Civil Engine en ng " Bud " — Married — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, i (Treas. 5 —Service Re- cord: U.S. Navy 1S40-46 — Hobbies: Photograpliy, sports — Pro- bable Occupation: Civil Engineering. ROBERT A. HOUDE 26S Cory Street Fall Hirer, Mass. Electrical Engineering • ' Bob ' " — Bradford-Durfee Technical Institute — I.R.E. — Co-op AVork Record: Tung-Sol Electric Inc. — Hobby: Gadgetry. CHARLES M. HOWELL 3 6 Highland Street Weston, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Charlie " — Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 3, 4., 5 — Engineer ' s Council 5 — A.I.Ch.E. — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co. — Hobbies: Skiing, golf, hunting, fishing, sailing, outdoor sports — Probable Occupation: Engineering sales or production. ALLAN B. HUGHES 94 Franklin Street Arlington, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Al- _ Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. 3 (Section Rep.), 4 (V-chairman), 5 (Chairman) — Pi Tan Sigma — Tan Beta Pi — Engineer ' s Council 4, 5 (Pres.) THOMAS L. HUNT 59 Bnnkerhill Street Lawrence, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Tom " — A.S.M.E. — Pi Tau Sigma — Co-op Work Record: Na- shua Corp.; Army Ordinance Corps.; Barnstead Still and Sterilizer Co. — Hobbies: Reading, sports. ALAN M. JENNY 11 Snwanee Road East Weymouth, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Al " — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — Intramural Softball 3, 4, 5 — Intramural Bowling 2, 3 — Radio Club 5 — A.S.M.E. — Associated Industries of Massachusetts Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: Instrumentation Laboratory; Barnstead Still and Sterilizer; Conversions and Sur- veys — Hobbies: Amateur radio, sports, dancing — Probable Occu- pation: Aeronautical engineering. JOHN WILLISFORD JEFSON 9Jtl2 . ' IS B Street Queens Village, Neie York Mechanical Engineering Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. — Pi Tau Sigma — Tan Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: Acboux Corp.; New Bedford Gas and Edison Light Co. — Hobbies: Sports, reading — Probable Occupation: Research engineering. ERNEST KENNETH JOHNSON 385 Park Street Stoughton, Mass. Mechanirul Eiigiiwering " Ken " — Freshman Honor List — A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: Metal Fabrications; American Loco. Co. — Hobbies: Sports — Probable Occupation: Engineering. JOHN C. JULIAN 10 Fuller Road North Weymouth, Mass. Civil Engineering Deans List 5 — Football 2, 3 — Hus-Skiers 5 — Track 1 — N.U.- C.E.S. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Lewis W. Perkins Son — Hobbies: Athletics, skiing, automobiles. OTTO KALLMES 47 Strathmore Road Brighton, Mass. Chem ieal Engineering Dean ' s List 2, 3 — Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4 — Track 1, 2, 3, 4 — Mountain Club 3, 4 — A.LCh.E. Co-op Work Record: Eastern Gas Fuel; Fraser Paper Ltd. — Hobbies: Track, mountain climbing, chess — Probable Occupation: Paper industry. HENRY KAPLAN 102 Tron-bridge Street Cambridge, Mass. Chemical Engineering Baseball 1 (Manager). GERALD M. KARON 191 Walnvt Avenue Roxbury, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Jerry " — Silver Masque 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (Pres. ) — I.R.E. — Co-op Work Record: Stevens-Arnold, Inc.; Conversions and Surveys — Hobbies: Theatre lighting, radio and TV repair — Probable Occu- pation: Development and production engineering. VICTOR KAZAKA 12 La Grange Street West Roxbury, Mass. Civil Engineering " Vic " — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: City of Newton, Mass. — Hobby: Taking trips — Probable Occupation: Highway engineer- ing. JAMES WEST KEDDY, JR. Jf2 Alma Avenue Belmont, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Jim " — A.I.Ch.E. — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co. — Hobby: Baseball — Probable Occupation: Chemical engineering. PHILIP J. KELLEHER 9 Chapman Place Lynn, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Phil " — A.I.Ch.E. — Silver Masque 5 — Choral Society 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Electric Company; Lynn Gas and Electric Company — Hobbies: Barbershop quartet, singing, hunting, skiing, skating. ARTHUR W. KELLEY !i6 Client II III SqiKiri ' Jamaica Plain, Max.s. Mechanical Engineering " Bud " — Married — Intramural Bowling, Softball 3, i, 5 — Husky Key 1 — A.S. M.E. — Service Record: V. S. Army 1947 — Co-op Work Record: Arthur D. Little; Portsmouth Naval Shipyard; Employers Group Insurance Company — Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, skiing — Probable Occupation: Mechanical en- gineering. DONALD J. KERINS 3!) Frirhnil StrccI Maltapan, Maxn. Civil Engineering " Don " — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record; Framingham Town Engineer; Fay, Spofford and Thorndike — Hobbies: Golf, model R.R. — Probable Occupation: Civil engineering. CHARLES KERKIAN ISS Pleasant Street Loircll, Mass. Civil Engineering N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: Whitman Howard Civil Engineers; Fay, Spofford Thorndike — Hobbies: Golfing, swim- ing — Probable Occupation: Engineering design. THADDEUS STANLEY KIELBASA 3 Dunlap Street Salem, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Ted " — Class Cabinet 4, 5 — Senior Week Committee — A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Masury-Young Co. — Probable Oc- cupation: Technical sales. RAYMOND G. KINCH IJfJ.Uiorham Street Lowell. Ma. ' is. Civil Engineering " Ray " — Dean ' s List 5— Neics 3 (Cir. staff), 4 (Librarian) — Rifle Club 3, 4, 5 — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: Norwood Engineering Co.; Miller Nylander — Hobbies: Golf, rifle marks- manship, bowling — Probable Occupation: Consultant design en- gineer. DONALD M. KOBRIN S4 Corey Road Brighton, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Mr. Activity " — Phi Beta Alpha 5 (Sec.) — Silver Masque 3 4 (Pres. ), 5 — Tennis Club 3 — Neios 4, 5 — Class Cabinet — Inter-Fraternity Council 4 — A.S. M.E. 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co.; Boston Insulated Wire Cable Co.; Conversions and Surveys Inc. — Hobbies: Fishing, chess, ping-pong. STANLEY M. KOS ■5S We-b-ton Avenue Chicopee Falls, Mass. Electrical Engineering Married — One daughter — Dean ' s List 3 — A.I.E.E. — Northeast- ern Scholarship 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: Springfield Gas Light Co.; R. G. Phelon Co.; Westinghouse Electrical — Hobbies: Radio, sports, photography — Probable Occupation: Electrical engineer. ROBERT W. KWIATKOWSKI 72 Williams Street Chelsea, Mass. Civil Engineering " Bob " — Dean ' s List 4 — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: Cefalo Construction Co.; U. S. Geological Survey; Lewis E. Moore, Consulting Engineers; Town of Belmont; Middlesex County Engin- eering Department — Hobbies: Sports — Probable Occupation: Construction. VIRGINIA ANN LANDRY 51 Summit Street Waltham, Mass. Civil Engineering " Ginny " — Dean ' s List i — Husky Highlighters 4, 5 — Square and Folk Dance Soc. 1, 2 (Sec), 3 — Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3 — Student Council 5 — Student Union 1,2 — Class Cabinet 3, 4, 5 — Omega Sigma 4, 5 — New England Conference of Civil Engineers 4 (bec- Treas.) — N.U.C.E.S. 3, 4 (Sec), 5 — Co-op Work Record: Harry R. Feldman Engineering Service — Hobbies: Piano and organ — Probable Occupation: Sanitary engineering. WARREN L. LARRABEE . ' Rnvctl Avenne llrlrrhl. .UflSS. Mirliiiiiicdl Engineering •■War ' — Freshman Honor List 1 — Dean ' s List 2 — Yacht Club 2 3, 4 — Choral Society 1, 2 — A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: General Radio Company — Hobbies: Piano playing, model making — Probable Occupation: Development engineering. PAUL J. LEARY 187 South Pleasant Street South Weymouth, Mass. Civil Engineering N.U.C.E.S. — Serv ice Record: U. S. Army 1946-48 — Co-op Work Record: Town of Weymouth; Metcalf Eddy — Hobbies: Golf, swimming — Probable Occupation: Construction. JOAN B. LEAVE 16 South Street Medfield, Mass. Chemical Engineering Freshman Honor List 1 — Dean ' s List 3 — Chess Club 1 — Modern Language Club 2 — Square and Folk Dance Soc. 1, 2, 3 — Chapel Choir 3, 4, 5 — A.I.Ch.E. — Honors: Tau Beta Pi Women ' s Badge — Co-op Work Record: American Conditioning House; Arthur D. Little, Inc. — Hobbies: Music, coin collecting, art — Probable Occupation: Chemical engineering. BERNARD ALBERT LESLIE Camlyridge Turnpike Lincoln, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Les " — I. R.E. — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1946-48 — Co-op Work Record: Massachusetts Institute of Technology. EDWARD P. LEVESOUE 256 Loring Avenue Salem, Mass. Chemical Engineering t . A.I.Ch.E. — Co-op W ' ork Record: Raff Swanson Co., Inc.; Dee s Adhesive Chemical Co., Inc.; American Biltrite Rubber Co. — Hobbies: Tennis — Probable Occupation: Engineering. MELVIN LEZBERG 622 Walkhill Street Boston, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Mel " — Class Cabinet 1 — A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: Mass. Screw; American Biltrite; American Electric Furnace — Hobbies: Automobiles, gymnastics. WILLIAM R. LILLYDALE 427 Summer Street Lynn, Ma. s. Mechanical Engineering " Bill " — Baseball 1, 2, 3 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: General Electric; Northeastern Drawing Department; Whitman and Howard Engineers — Hobbies; Baseball, golf, reading — Probable Occupation: engineering. ' Il iJi aL ,W.!.aSlii HARRY S. LINDER 14ii ( ' handler Street Knxton, Ma.s-s. Electrical Eiigliiceriiig Radio Club 2 — A.I.E.E. i — I.R.E. 5 — Co-op Work Record: The Foxboro Company — Hobbies: Mountain climbing — Probable Occupation: Electrical engineering. PHILIP LINDQUIST JT Miller Avenue Brockton, Mass. Civil Engineering " Phil " — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op York Record: L. W. Perkins and Son — Probable Occupation: Engineer. JAMES EDWARD LINEHAN £ Mason Street Salem, Mass. Civil Engineering " Big Jim " — Track 2, 3, i (Manager), 5 — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: William S. Crocker, Consulting Engineers; Commonwealth of Mass. — Hobbies: Stamp collecting — Probable Occupation: Construction field. KENNETH EDWIN LITTLEFIELD 15 Central Place Savgvs, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Ken " — Tau Beta Pi (Treas. ) — Eta Kappa Nu (Chairman, Membership Committee) — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, i, 5 — Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, 4 — Husky Highlighters 5 — News photo staff i A.I.E.E. — Sears Condit Award — Tan Beta Pi . ward — . lcott Award — N.U. Freshman Scholarship — General Electric Scholarship, 4 years — Tan Beta Pi Honor Junior — Co-op Work Record: Tung-Sol Electric Inc. — Hobbies: Yachting, photo- graphy, music — Probable Occupation: Electronics research. JOHN WILLIAM LOCKHART 144 Ridge Road Stratford, Conn. Chemical Engineering " Jack " — Freshman Honor List — A.I.Ch.E. — A.C.S. — Service Record: V. S. Navy 1944-46 — Co-op Work Record: Rockbestos Products Corp. — Hobbies: Sailing, skiing, fishing. NEWTON F. LOCKHART 144 Ridge Road Stratford, Conn. Electrical Engineering " Newt " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Hus- Skiers 1 — Class Cabinet 1 — A.I.E.E. —£to Kappa Nu — Tau Beta Pi — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1944-46 — Co-op Work Record: Rockbestos Products Corp. — Hobbies: Sailing, photography, skiing — Probable Occupation: Electrical engineering design. RICHARD LOMBARDI 2.3 Broadway Street Beverly, Mass. Civil Engineering " Rick ' — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: City of Beverly — Hobby: Music — Probable Occupation: Construction. EDWARD L. LONERGAN, JR. 33 Evergreen Road Reading, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Eddie " — Married — One Son — Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5 — A.I.Ch.E. — Tau Beta Pi — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1944-46 — Co-op Work Record: Masury-Y9ung Co. — Hobbies: Boating, gardening, photography — Probable Occupation: Chemical engineering. GERALD ALLEN LOCKE 174 North Avenue Rockland, Mass. Civil Engineering " Jerry " — Married — N.U.C.E.S. — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1946-48 — Co-op Work Record: J. C. Boynton, Surveyor; Brockton Gas Co.; Hayward Hayward Surveyors: Fay, SpofFord Thorn- dike — Hobbies: Sports, travel, photography — Probable Occupa- tion: Civil engineering . WILLIAM ANDREW LOVELL 8S Pierre Avenue Dorehesler, }[ass. Meeli a n ical En gin eering " Bill " — Married, One daughter — Nu Epsilon Zeta — Dean ' s List 2 — A.S.M.E. — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1945-48 — Co-op Work Record: New England Metallurgical Corp.; Wilfred O. White Sons Inc. — Hobbies: Model building, woodworking — Probable Occupation: Aeronautical engineering. ROY A. LUNDQUIST i? Lockeland Avenue Arlington, Mass. Electrieal Engineering Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. — Eta Kappa Nu — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Manufacturing Company — Hobbies: Model ships and railroads, hi-fi sound sys- tems — Probable Occupation: Magnetron industry. HERBERT MATTHIAS LUZ 40 Tremont Street Peabody, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Herb " — A.I.Ch.E. — Co-op Work Record: General Electric Co.; Sylvania Electric; A. C. Laurence Co.; Metal Hydrides Inc. — Sports, home movies — Probable Occupation: Chemical engineer- ing. DANIEL C. LYNCH 66 Willard Street Lowell, Mass. Chemical Engineering Engineering Council 5 — A.I.Ch.E. — Co-op Work Record: Con- versions and Surveys; Massachusetts Institute of Technology — Hobbies: Sports — Probable Occupation: Engineering. NEIL F. LYNCH 460 Riverside Drive Lawrence, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Neil " — Married — Two sons — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — I.R.E. —Eta Kappa Nu — Tan Beta Pi — Service Record: LT. S. Army, 1943-46 — Co-op Work Record: General Radio Co.; General Electric Co. — Hobbies: Woodworking, photography — Probable Occupation; Electronics design and development. THOMAS EDWARD LYONS, JR. 435 North Cary Street Brockton, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Tommie " — I.R.E.-A.I.E.E. — Co-op Work Record: Sandman Electric Company; Tobe Deutschmann; Control Engineering Com- pany; Gabriel Corporation — Hobbies: Sports — Probable Occupa- tion: Electrical engineering. JOHN MacINNESS no Wnree.iter Street Waterldini. .Ma.s-s. Mechuiiieul Knijineering " Mac " — A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: Bellamy Robie Inc. — Hobbies: Model-making, sports — Probable Occupation; Automo- tive enginering. t L_Jl_.. GEORGE H. MacMASTER !J }[ciii toi)iii Road ArIi„(,toii, .Uo.s-.v. KliTlrical KiKjinvcriiig Senior Class Cabinet — I.R.E. — A.I.E.E. Army 1945-47 — Co-op Work Record: Hol)bies: Skiing, reading, amateur radio Engineering. — Service Record: U. S. General Radio Co. — Probable Occupation: WILLIAM L. MacNEVIN SS6 Bnixh Hill Road Milton, Mass. 1 II d II st rial Ell giiieering " Mac " — Married — Beta Gamiiui Epsiloii — Engineering Council 4 (V-pres. ) — . .I.E.E. 2 (Treas. ), 3 (V-pres. ) — Service Record: r. S. Navy 194;i-4(i — Co-op Work Record: William Underwood Co. — Hobbies; Golf, fishing, hunting, woodworking — Probable Occu- pation: Engineering. GEORGE A. MACOMBER SSS Adams Sircti Dorchcsler, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Mac " — Married — Two daughters — Service Record; U. S. . rmy .Vir Force 194 ' -2-4() — Co-op Work Record: Boston Insulated Wire Cable; Fore River Shipyard; Boston University — Hobbies: Fishing, swimming, reading, radio — Probable Occupation: Elec- tronics. JOHN J. MAHONEY 95 West Cottage Street Roxbvry, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Moe " — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — A.I.E.E. — Eta Kappa Nv — Co-op Work Record: Boston Edison Co. — Hobbies: Sports — Probable Occupation: Engineering. DOMENIC J. MAIO 747 Ea. t Fifth Street Sonth Boston, Mass. Ciril Engineering " Dom " — Dean ' s List 2 — Yacht Club 2, 3, 4 — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: Middlesex County Engineering Dept.; Henry F. Bryant Son, Inc. — Hobbies: Puttering, boating, reading — Probable Occupation: Construction. JOHN P. MALONEY SOO Alliens Street South Bo.Hton, Muss. Chemical Engineering " Mai " — Married — One daughter — I ' reshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Silver Masque 5 — Engineer ' s Council 4, 5 — A.C.S. — A.I.Ch.E. — Tail Beta Pi — Condit Award 4 — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1944-46 — Co-op Work Record: American Con- ditioning House; F. S. Bacon Laboratories — Hobbies: Golf, electro- chemistry, reading — Probable Occupation: Engineering. THOMAS N. MANGAN .9.9 Ehnieood Arenve Wollas-ton, Muss. Chemical Engineering " Tom " — Married — One son — Indiana Technical College — A.I.Ch.E. — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1945-46 — Co-op Work Re- cord: Koppers Co.; Clifford Mfg. Co.; Angiers Co. — Hobbies: Engineering, dancing, boxing — Probable Occupation: Development engineer. ROBERT C. MARINI 1.5 BrooL-s Airniie Qiiiney, Muss. Cit ' il Engineering " Bob " — Sigma Phi Alpha — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Engineering Council 4 — N.U.C.E.S. 3, 4 (Sec), 5 — Civil Engineering Student Paper Award — Tav Beta Phi — Co-op Work Record: Metcalf Eddy; E. W. Branch — Hobbies: Football, swimming, woodworking — Probable Occupation; Construction. , i Jr T 4M ROBERT A. MARKS 61 Webster Street North Qvincy, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Bob " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, i (Fleet Capt.), 5 (Commander) — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — ■ ' ( Tail Sigma — Tau Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: Employer ' s Li- ability Assurance Co.; Mason-Neilan Regulator Co. — Hobbies: Boatbuilding, woodworking, photography — Probable Occupation: Engineering. JOHN A. MARR S Gilmore Street Qiiincy, Mass. M erhanical Engineering " Stud " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — A.S.M.E. — Pi Tau Sigma — Co-op Work Record: Bay State Abrasives Products Co.; Mason-Neilan Regulator Co. — Hobbies: Sports — Probable Occupation: Engineering. WILLIAM A. McCarthy 5 Wesley Street Somerville, Mass. Electrical Engineering •Bi Class Cabinet 2, 3, 4, 5 — I.R.E. MARK E. McCORMACK 1 Hendry Street Dorchester, Mass. Indn. frial Engineering " Mac " — Bowling League 3, 4 — Class Committee, Senior Week 5 —Softball League 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.I.I. E.— Service Record: U. S. Navy, 1947-52 — Co-op Work Record: Conversions Surveys Inc.; Eugene Engineering Co., Inc. — Hobbies: Product research and invention, swimming, Softball, bowling — Probable Occupation: Industrial en- gineer, electronic metal fabrication consultant. DONALD McGUINESS 3S Chestnut Street yicir Bedford, Mass. 1 ndnstriol Engineering " Mac " — . .I.I.E. — Co-op Work Record: Picushnet Process Co. AUSTIN McHUGH, JR. ; Perkins Street Stoneham, Muss. Industrial Engineering Alpha Kappa Sigma — Hus-Skiers 3 — Class Cabinet 3, 4, 5 — Junior Prom Committee — Senior Week Committee — A. I. I.E. — Service Record: V. S. Marine Corps, 1945-49 — Co-op Work Re- cord: Sylvania Electric Products Inc. — Hobbies: Hunting, fishing — Probable Occupation: Industrial engineering. BRUCE A. McLEOD 4 Maple Street Electrical Engineering Freshman Honor List — Radio Club 1, 2 (Sec), 3 (Sec), 4 (Sec), 5 — Engineering Council 5 — I.R.E. — Eta Kappa Nn — Tau Beta Pi — Service Record; U. S. Air Force 1946-49 — Co-op Work Record: Tung-Sol Electric Co. — Hobbies: Amateur radio, collection of musical instruments — Probable Occupation: Sales engineering. DENIS P. McLOUGHLIN 36 Brackcnhnry Street , Maiden, Mass. Chemical Engineering Hus-Skiers 5 — A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3 FRANCIS THOMAS MEANEY .5() Trniloii Sircel East Boston, Mass. Industrial Engineering " Frank " — Married — A. I. I.E. 4, 5 — Service Record: U. S. Air Force 1945-48 — Co-op Work Record: Farrington Mfg. Co.; Harvard University — Probable Occupation: Time Study. KENNETH F. MERCIER 94 Thclford Avenue Dorrhester, Mass. Civil Engineering " Ken " — Lincoln Technical Institute — University of Massachu- setts — Yacht Club 1 — Student Council 1 — A.S.C.E. — N.U.C.E.- S. — Service Record: U. S. . rray 1945-47 — Co-op Record: Turner Construction; John Bowen Construction; Rugo Sons, Inc.; Farinia Brothers — Hobbies: Flying, Photography — Probable Occupa- tion: Construction engineering. JOHN W. MEYERS 9 Mc Sully Court Charle.itown, Mass. Civil Engineering Married — Two sons and one daughter — N.U.C.E.S. — S.A.M.E. — Service Record; I " . S. Air Force, 1943-47; Co-op Work Record; McClosky; Thompson Lichtner; Boston Consolidated Gas Co. — Probable Occupation: Highways. GEORGE MIGRIDICHIAN 204 Chandler Street Worcester, Mass. Electrical Engineering JAMES P. MILLIKAN Manchester, Mass. Industrial Engineering " J. P. " — Married — Newton Junior College — Service Record: U. S. Marine Corps, 1943-46, 1951-52 — Co-op Record: The River- side Press — Hobbies: Woodworking — Probable Occupation: Indus- trial engineering. GLENDON MOFFETT 36 ' A Central Street St. Joknsbnry, Vermont Chemical Engineering " Moff " — Baseball 1 — A.C.S. — A.I.Ch.E. — Co-op Work Record ' : Whitney Chain Co.: Clifford Mfg. Co., Raytheon Mfg. Co. — Hob- bies: photography, bridge, model railroads, hiking — Probable Oc- cupation: Chemical engineer. NORMAN W. MONTGOMERY ' 220 Grant Street Framingham, Mass. Chemical Engineering JOHN M. MOORE 25 Pratt Street Maiden, Mass. Electrical Engineering I.R.E. — Co-op Work Record: Ray theon Manufacturing Company — Hobbies: Fishing, photography, radio — Probable Occupation: Electronic research. NEVINO JOHN MOROSINl 15 Clifton Street. Cambridge, J rt.v.v. Mechaiiieal EngiiieeriiKj " Geno " — Radio Club 3 — A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: Re- public Steel Corp.; Pneumatic Scale Ltd.; Hayes Pump Machinery Co. — Hobbies: Photography, music. CHARLES MORRIONE JR. Pinehiir. ' it Areiiiie Piiiehiirst, Mass. Eterlrieal Engineering " Charlie " — Yacht Club 1, 2 — Camera Club 2, 3 — News 3, 4, 5 (Photo Ed.) — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. — Co-op Work Record: Boston Consolidated Gas Co.; Technology Instrument Corp. — Hobbies: Photography, radio, flying, motorcycling — Probable Occupation: Electronics. NORMAN H. MORRISSETTE 107 Wellington Street Fall River, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Norm " — A.I.Ch.E. — A.C.S. — A.I.M.E. — Service Record: U.S. Army 1946-47 — Co-op Work Record: Fall River Gas Works Co. LOUIS MOTHON 70 Melvin Street Lawrence, Mass. Mechanical Engineeriiig " Lou " — Married — One son — Wentworth Institute — A.S.M.E. — Service Record: U. S. Naval Air Force 1942-46 — Co-op Work Record: Johns-Manville Corp.; Bailey Co. — Hobbies: Model air- planes. JOSEPH MULDOWNEY 200 Grand Arenue Saratoga Springs, New York Mechanical Engineering " Joe " — Nu Epsilon Zeta 5 (Vice Grand Chancellor) — Hus-Skiers 1 — Interfraternity Council 3 (Vice Pres.), 4 (Pres.) — A.S.M.E. — Service Record: U. S. Marines 1942-45 — Co-op Work Record: American Locomotive Co. — Hobbies: Cars, motorcycles, guns — Probable Occupation: Mechanical Engineering. GILBERT C. MUNROE 92 Chatham Street Lynn, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Gil " — Freshman Honor List — Choral Society 4, 5 — A.I.Ch.E. — Service Record: U. S. Naval Reserve 1949-53 — Co-op Work Record: General Electric Co. — Hobbies: Hunting, skiing, dancing — Probable Occupation: Chemical engineering. ANGELO MUZI 3 Indiana Circle Newton Upper Falls, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Muz " — A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: Acumeter Laboratories Inc.; Eugene Engineering Co. — Hobbies: Woodworking, bowling, sw ' imming, fishing. WILLIAM A. NEWMAN, JR. l. ' j nilloir Street Dcdham, .l o.s-.v. Civil Eniiiiicering " Bill ' — X.l ' .C.E.S. — Service Record: U. S. Air Force 1945-49 — Co-op Work Record: U. S. Geological Survey — Hobbies: Golf, fish- ing — Probable Occupation: Civil engineering. 1 EDWIN W. NIXON ChrlmsfonI Hoad Wvxtforil. .Un.s ' .v. 1 11(1 list rial Engitteerimj ••-Ed " — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Tennis Club 3 — Square and Folk Dance Society 3 — A.I.I.E. 3, i (Chairman), 5 — A.S.M.E. — Tan Beta Pi 5 — Co-op Work Record: Abbot Worsted Co. — Hobbies: Model airplanes, photography — Probable Occupation: Production control. NORMAN EDWARD NIXON • 4 Brainard Arciiiic Middlclowiu Conn. Electrical Engineering " Norm " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List i, 3, 4, 5 — A.I.E.E. — I.R.E. — Tan Beta Pi — Eta Kappa .Vh — Service Record: U. S. Air Force 1946-49 — Co-op Work Record: Rockbestos Products Corp.; U. S. N. Underwater Sound Lab.: U. S. A. F. Cambridge Research Center — Hobbies: Hi-Fi systems, music, photography — Probable Occupation; Electronic research. JOHN E. OLBRYCH 1 7 Forrester .Street Salem, Ma .is. Electrical Engineering Class Cabinet 2 (Parliamentarian), 3 (Vice-Pres. ) — I.R.E. —A ' a Kappa .Vh — Co-op Work Record: Hytron Electronics; Sylvania Electric Products — Hobbies: Basketball — Probable Occupation: Electronics. ARTHUR T. O ' LEARY 36 McLean Street Bo.iton, Ma.s.s. Electrical Engineering Dean ' s List — LR E. — r«« Beta Pi — Eta Kappa A ' w — Service Record: U. S. Army 1944-46 — Co-op Work Record: General Radio Co.; Northeastern University Research Project — Probable Occupa- tion: Electrical engineering. WILLIAM OULIGHAN 314 High Street Loirell, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Deacon " — U. S. Army Air Force 1946-49 — Co-op Work Record: Conversions Surveys; U. S. Navy Underwater Sound Lab., M.LT. Instrumentation Lab. — Hobbies: Nightclubs, girls, auto- mobiles — Probable Occupation: Electronic engineering. CLAYTON E. PAGE 29 Oakvnnd Avenne Sangn.s. Mass. Industrial Engineering " Clayt " — . .I.I.E. 3, 4, 5 (Chairman) — Service Record: U. S. . rmy Air Force, 1946-49 — Co-op Work Record: Revere Copper Brass, Inc. — Hobbies: Sports, photography — Probable Occupation: Industrial engineering. HARRY PAPAZIAN 36 Frederick Street Belmont, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Pappy " — Baseball 1 — Football 1, 2 — A.I.Ch.E. — Service Record: U. S. Navy, 1946-48 — Co-op Work Record; A. B. Stanley Co.: Arlington Machine Works; American Cyanide Co. — Hobbies: Fishing, sports. WEEDON G. PARRIS, JR. 67 Kinnaird Street Cambridge, Mass. Civil Engineering Basketball 1 — Track 1 — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: New England Survey Service Inc. — Hobbies: Reading, sports — Prob- able Occupation: Surveying. ALFRED M. K. PAUPLIS 6 Wood Street Hudson, Mass. ( ivil Engineering " Al " — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: Schofield Brothers — Skiing, golf, hunting — Probable Occupation: Construction work. JAMES E. PEAT S Birchu ' ood Road Holhrook, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Jim " — Freshman Honor List — Deans List 2, .3, 4 — Square and Folk Dance Society 1,2 — Class Cabinet 3 — Engineering Council 5 — A.S.M.E. 3 (Section Rep.), 4 (Sec), 5 (Treas.) — Pi Tav Sigma 4, 5 (Vice-Pres. ) — Co-op Work Record: Revere Copper Brass Inc. — Hobbies: Home repairs, model railroading, bowling, reading — Probable Occupation: Mechanical engineering. SEBASTIAN PAUL PEDI 14 Seagirt Avenue Savgvs, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Sibby " — I.R.E. — Co-op W ' ork Record: Sanborn Co.; Instrumen- tation Laboratory, M.I.T. — Hobbies: Sports — Probable Occupa- tion: Electrical engineering. JAMES R. PELKEY SOO Main Street Lancaster, X. H. Civil Engineering " Jim " — Sigma Phi Alpha — A.S.C.E. — S.A.M.E. — Service Re- cord: U. S. avy 1946-48 — Co-op Work Record: City Engineer ' s Office, Keene, X. H.; Land Court of Commonwealth of Massachu- setts — Probable Occupation: Civil engineering. ROBERT F. PELLETIER 44 Salem Street Wakefield, Mass. Civil Engineering Baseball 1 — Basketball 1 — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Service Record: LT. S. Air Force 1945-47 — Co-op Work Record: V. S. Government, Dept. of Interior; U. S. Geological Survey; Water Resources Divi- sion; Surface Water Branch — Hobby: Sports — Probable Occupa- tion: Civil engineering. ROBERT W. PENNIMAN ;; Davis Street Quincy, Mass. Civil Engineering " Bob " — Band 1 — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Commonwealth of Mass.; Whitman and Howard; Northeastern Concrete Lab.; City of Quincy, Eng. Dept. — Probable Occupation: Civil engineering. CARROLL B. PINEO S.5 Court Street Whitman, Muss. Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. — Engineering Council 5 — Class Program Committee 4 (Vice-Chairman ) — Co-op W ' ork Record: Reed Barton; Carver Cotton Gin Co.; Matthewson Machine Works Inc. — Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, outdoor life — Probable Occupation: Research and development engineering. JOHN A. PIRZL 190 Tolland Street Hartford, Conn. Civil Engineering " Jack " — .llpha Kappa Sigma 4, 5 (Grand Marshal) — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: New York, New Haven, and Hartford Rail- road — Hobbies: Stamps, coins — Probable Occupation; Engineer. ., " , " i " ' 1 :c RICHARD HARVEY PLOUFFE ■ ' 3 Ehiiirood lioail Wcllvsh-y, .U i,v.v. Electrical Eiigiiieeriiiy " Dick " — Marrie 1 — M.I.T. — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List ' 2, ;i, -t. 5 — A.LE.E.-LR.E.— £(a Kappa Nii — Taii Bela Pi — Ser- vice Record: V. S. Army 1946-4!8 — Co-op Work Record: Tech- nology Instrument Corp. EDWARD S. PORTER 152 East.side Parhway Newton, Mass. Chemical Engineering ' •Ed " — Freshman Honor List — Chess Club i, 3 — A.I.Ch.E. — Chiss Representative 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: American Cyana- mid Co. — Hobbies: Golf, photography, bridge, chess — Probable Occupation: Engineering research. V ROBERT F. QUIRK tiS6A Boston Street Lynn, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Sarge " — Married — Two sons — A.I.Ch.E. — Service Record: U. S. Army 1946-49 — Co-op Work Record: Lynn Gas Electric Co.; Sylvania Electric Products Inc. — Hobbies: Philately, mountain- eering — Probable Occupation: Chemical engineering. ROBERT A. REINHART l fS Oak Street East Natich; .Va.v.v. Industrial Engineering " Bob " — Hus-Skiers 3, 4, 5 — A.I.I. E. — Scholarship 1 — Co-op York Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co. — Hobbies: Home craftsman — Probable Occupation: Supervisory; plant manager. CARMEN A. RESTIVO 92 Bow Street Medford, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Steve " — Sigma Phi Alpha — A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Co.; J. W. Greer Co. — Hobbies: Model building, music — Probable Occupation: Mechanical engineering. WALTER A. RIETZ .5S Woodlawn Street Dedham, Mass. Indu.itrial Engineering " W ' alt " — Married — Presbyterian College — Beta Gamma Epsilon 5 (Pres. ) — Inter-Fraternity Council 5 (Pres. ) — A. 1. 1. E. — Joint Engineering Council — Service Record: V. S. Army Air Force 194.3- 47 — Co-op Work Record: . ugat Bros., Inc. — Hobbies: Auto me- chanics, golf, woodworking — Probable Occupation: Sales engineer- ing. GERALD L. RITTER ■573 Highland Aeenjie Fall Rirer, Mass. Industrial Engineering " Gerry " — News 4 — A.I.I. E. — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1948- 49 — Co-op Work Record: Artcraft Metal Products ' , F. B. Rogers Silver Co.; Swank Inc. — Hobbies: Photography, reading, bowling — Probable Occupation: Industrial engineering. RONALD FRANCIS ROBINSON 12 Goldihwaite Place Peabody, Mass. M echanical Engineering " Ronnie " — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — A.S.M.E. 4, 5 — A.I.I.E. 5 — Co-op Work Record: C. B. S. Hytron; V. C. Mendes Corp.; Conver- sions Surveys — Probable Occupation: Manufacturing methods and production supervision. HARRY G. ROLLINS Ji.6 Lebanon Street Melrose, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Tiny " — Married — One son — Portland Junior College — Fresh- man Honor List — A.S.M.E. — Class Cabinet 4, 5 — Pi Tau Sigma — Co-op Work Record: New England Power Service — Probable Occupation: Mechanical engineer. EDWARD F. RUSS 4802 Trenton Road Lundoeer Hills, Maryland Mechanical Engineering " Ed " — Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan — Beta Gamma Epsilon 4 (House Chairman), 5 (Vice-Pres.) — Freshman Honor List — Inter- Fraternity Council 5 — Engineer ' s Council 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. — Pi Tau Sigma (Sec.) — Tau Beta Pi — Service Record: V. S. Army 1946-47, 1950-51 — Co-op Work Record: American Assoc. Insurance Companies; Flight Test Division, Naval Air Test Center — Hobbies: Aircraft models, stamp collecting, tennis — Probable Occupation: Flight and testing or gas turbine development. EDWARD C. SARIN SI Hancock Street Westfield, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Ed " — Phi Gamma Pi 1, 2 (Treas.), 3, 4 (House Manager), 5 (Vice-Pres.) — Freshman Honor List — Hus-Skiers 4, 5 — Husky Highlighters 4, 5 (Chairman) — Student Council 2, 3, 4, 5 — Class ■ Cabinet 2, 3 -- A.I.Ch.E. — Class President 2 — Service Record: U. S. Navy, 1945-48 — Co-op Work Record: Springfield Gas Light Co.; Clifford Mfg. Co. — Hobbies; Skiing, " gracious living " — Probable Occupation: Chemical engineering. WALTER E. SAMPSON S3 Queen Street Franklin, Mass. Ciril Engineering " Sam " — Married — N.U.C.E.S. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Kenneth E. Mclntyre — Hobbies: Fishing — Probable Occupation: Civil engineering. PHILIP SAMUEL SAWCHUK i ' 4 Beacon Boulevard Peubody, Mass. Civil Engineering " Stan " — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Weston and Sampson; City of Beverly — Hobbies: Fishing, sports — Probable Occupation: Engineering. GEORGE W. SCHERER 60 Woodstock Avenue Brighton, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Lefty " -— Basketball 2, 3 — A.S.M.E. Dean Machine Co. — Hobbies: Reading, sports pation: Thermodynamics, heat engineer. Co-op Work Record: Probable Occu- ROBERT L. SCHNEIDER 10 Cedar Street Hudson, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Bob " — A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: Lapoine Machine Tool Co. — Hobbies; Auto racing, hunting — Probable Occupation: Machine tool industry. RENATO JOHN SCUSSEL 39S Central Avenue yeedham, Mass. Civil Engineering Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Camera Club 4 — N.U.C.E.S. — Charles Irwin Travelli Fund Scholarship — Charles Hayden Memorial Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: Town of Needham Engineering Div. — Probable Occupation: Structural design. HENRY C. SEAVEY 455 Shcniiaii Sircel Ciiiitoii, Mass. (. ' hi-micat Engineering " Hank " — Chess Club 1, 2 — Tennis Club i, 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: Bird Son, Inc. — Hobbies: Tennis, archaeology, military science — Probable Occupation: Chemical engineering. THOMAS JAMES SENTEMENTES Jl HelHown Rimil Stamford, Conn. Chemical Engineering Bridgeport University — Alpha Kappa Sigma (Vice Grand Coun- cilor) — A.I. Ch.E. — Service Record: U. S. Navy — Co-op Work Record: Connecticut Chemical Research Corp.: American Cyanamid Co.; Maynard Plastics Co. — Hobbies: Sports, dancing — Probable Occupation: Research, teaching. JOSEPH SESERMAN ,:;; ir H.v i i sirc-t Dorehcstcr, Ma. ' s. Electrical Engineering ■•Joe " — Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5 — Basketball 1 (Manager) — A.I.E.E. 5 (Sec.)— £ n Kappa .Vh — Co-op Work Record: Boston Edison Co. — Hobbies: Tennis, swimming, music - Probable Occupation: Power and utilities. JOHN JOSEPH SHAY, JR. 7 Pickett Street Kercrly, Muss. Chemical Engineering ' •jacl - _ A.C.S. — A. I. Ch.E. — Francis Ouimet Caddie Scholar- ship — Co-op Work Record: Angler Products Co. — Hobbies: Golf, music, mountain climbing — Probable Occupation; Technical sales. DAVID H. SIEGAN 2.5 Adams Street Roxbury, Mass. Mechanical Engineering Sigma Kappa Psi — Dean ' s List 3 — Inter Fraternity Council 3 — A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: Watertown Arsenal; Maverick Mills; M.I.T. — Probable Occupation: Engineering design, MARVIN SIEGEL S44 Campbell Arennc Rerere, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Marv " — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Camera Club 1,2 — A.I.E.E. — l.n.E. — Tau Beta Pi — Eta Kappa Nn — Co-op Work Record: Conversions Surveys; Boston Edison Co. — Hobbies: Guitar, photography — Probable Occupation: Electrical engineering. EDWARD W. SLATTERY .9 Mc Kinley .irentie Ea.fihatnpton, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Slats " — A ' h Epsilon Zeta 4 (Grand Chancellor ) — A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: Springfield Gas Light Co. — Probable Occupa- tion: Service. BERNARD SLAVIN 3. ' ) Tudor Street Lynn, Mass. Electrical Engineering Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 5 — A.I.E.E. — Service Re- cord: U. S. Army 1951-53 — Co-op Work Record: Schania Electric Co.; Electron Arc Inc.; Stevens Arnold Inc. — Hobbies; Boating, fishing — Probable Occupation: Electrical engineering. GERALD GEORGE SMALL 53 Hawihorne Avenue Needham, Mass. Civil Engineering " Jerry " " — Boston University — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: Town of Norwood Engineering Department; Arnold and Schaier — Hobbies: Music, drawing — Probable Occupation: Missionary. BRADFORD A. SMITH J f Cuhimei Road Winchcsler, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Brad " — A.I.Ch.E. — ACS. — Co-op Work Record: Revere Cop- per Brass Inc. — Hobbies: Astronamy, telescope making — Prob- al)Ie Occupation: Chemical engineering. EUGENE SMITH 80 Holmes Road Dedliam, Mass. Civil Engineering " Uncle Uge " " — N.U.C.E.S. — Service Record: U. S. Army 1945-46 — Co-op Work Record: Town of Norwood; Henry F. Bryant Co.; . rnold E. Schaier — Probable Occupation: Civil engineer. FRED L. SPECTOR 6 Harlem Street Dorchester, Mass. Electrical Engineering Married — One son — Yacht Club 2 (Helmsman) — Service Re- cord: LL S. . rmy Air Force 1945-46 — Co-op Work Record: New England Transformer Co. — Hobbies: Fishing, ham radio, sailing — Probable Occupation: Communications engineering. IRWIN STERN 10 Abbottsford Street Roxbury, Mass. Industrial Engineering Co-op Work Record: Brad- — Hobbies: Sports — Prob- " Duke " — Dean ' s List 4 — A. I. I.E. — ford Novelty Co.; Raytheon Mfg. Co able Occupation: Industrial engineerinj ALBIN F. STRAZDAS 104 Prospect Street Somerville, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Al " — Dean ' s List 4 — Class Cabinet 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. Freshman Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: Colonial Eng. Co. Probable Occupation: Engineering. GILBERT FRANCIS STROBEL IS Holijoke Street North Qnincy, Mass. Civil Engineering " Gib " — N.U.C.E.S. — A.S.C.E. — Co-op Work Record: Whitman and Howard, Engineers; Town of Weymouth, Engineering Depart- ment — Probable Occupation: Civil Engineering. PETER A. STYMFAL 37 Moiintfort Street Boston, Mass. Industrial Engineering " Pete " — Married — Two sons — Yacht Club 1 — Engineer ' s Coun- cil 4, 5 — I.R.C. Z — S.A.M. 1, 2, 5 — A.S.M.E. — A.I.I.E. 3, 4, 5 (Vice-Pres. ) — S.A.M.E. 4, 5 (Pres.) — Service Record: U. S. Army 1943-45 — Co-op Work Record; Employers Liability Assurance Corp. Ltd., Safety Engineers; LIniversity Metal Products Inc. — Hobbies: Sailing, shooting — Probable Occupation: Consulting. i£j ROBERT GUSTAV SUNDQUIST S16 FixluT Street Electrical Engineering " Bob " — Upsala College — A.I.E.E. — Co-op Work Record: Tobe Deutschmaim Corp.; Gabriel Electronics Division of the Gabriel Co. — Hobbies: Sports, flying — Probable Occupation: Engineering or service. VYTAUTAS A. SUZIEDELIS 6S (llendale Street Brockton, .l u.v.v. Mechanical Engineering " Vito " — Yacht Club 1, 2 — A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: .Vvon Sole Co.: Foxboro Instrument Co. — Hobbies: Accordion, yachting — Probable Occupation: .Aeronautical engineering. FRANKLIN JOSEPH SYLVIA Pleasant Street Meredith, .Yc(C Hampshire I ndn.it rial Engineering " Slip " — Married — One daughter — Dean ' s List 4 — Football 1 — Prom Chairman 3, 4 — Class Cabinet 2, 3, 4, 5 — Senior Week Com- mittee — A. I. I.E. — Service Record: U. S. Navy Air Co rps 1946- 48 — Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Electric Products Inc. — Hob- liies: Golf, carpentry, dramatics — Probable Occupation: Industrial engineering. ARNOLD BERNARD TARR IS Trident Arenac Winthrop, J «.y.v. Chemical Engineering Intramural Softball — Senior Week Committee — A.I.Ch.E. — Co- op Work Record: Davidson Rubber Co. — Hobby: Sports. HERBERT J. TAYLOR 40Gledhill Aeenue Everett, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Jim " — Married — Hus-Skiers 4, 5 — A.I.Ch.E. 3, 4, 5 — Service Record: U. S. Army 1946-47 — Co-op Work Record: Barrett Divi- sion, Allied Chemical Dye Corp.; Commonwealth of Mass. — Hobbies: Resting, hunting, camping — Probable Occupation: Pro- duction engineer. GILBERT F. TELLIER 39 Washington Park- Road South Braintree, Ma.ss. Mechanical Engineering " Gib " — Married — New London Junior College — A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: Mason-Neilan Regulator Co. — Abington Textile Machinery Works; Bethlehem Steel Corp. — Hobby: Motor- cycling — Probable Occupation: Machine design. CHARLES W. TERENZIO 41 Bailey Road Arlington, Mass. Ciril Engineering Intramural BowHng 1 — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: Miller and Nylander, Surveyors Civil Engineers. CHARLES JENSEN TERP, JR. 10 Randall Street Springfield, ' crmont Industrial Engineering " Chuck " — Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. — A.I.I. E. 3 (Treas.), 4 (Sec.) — Co-op Work Record: Allis-Chalmers Mfg. Co.; Leyland Motors Ltd.; Dennison Mfg. Co. — Hobbies: Music, sports, wood- working, gardening — Probable Occupation: Engineering. CHARLES A. THEODORE 19 Chesbroiigh Road West Roxbnry, Mass. Civil Engineering " Ted " — Sigma Phi Alpha (Corresponding Sec.) — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — Camera Club 2, 3 — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: New England Power Service Company — Hobby: Photography — Probable Occupation: Structural design. HENRY JOSEPH THERRIEN 99 Minot Street Dorchester, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Hank " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — LR.E. (Senior Section Rep., Pub. Chairman) — Tan Beta Pi 4, 5 (Chair- man of Membership Comm.) — Eta Kappa Nu 4 (Chairman of Membership Comm.), 5 (V-Pres.) — Co-op Work Record: General Radio Co. — Hobbies: Dancing, body building, hunting, meeting people — Probable Occupation: Electronic sales engineering. ROBERT J. THOMSON, JR. 53 Conant Road North Quincy, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Bob " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4 (Sec. ), 5 (Sec. ) — Pi Tau Sigma 4, 5 — Tau Beta Pi 4, 5 — Co- op Work Record: Simplex Wire and Cable Co.; Scully Signal Co. — Hobby: Automobiles — Probable Occupation: Mechanical engineer- . CARL WALTER TONNESEN 109 Birchbrow .ircnve North Weymouth, Mass. Mechanical Enqineering " Bud " — Married — A.S.M.E.— Pi ' Tan Sigma— Co-op Work Record: Nashua Corporation, Nashua, N. H. — Hobbies: Stamp collecting, woodworking — Probable Occupation: Mechanical engineer. MICHAEL A. TORRISI 4 Bailey Street Lawrence, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Mike " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List — A.I.E.E. — LR.E. — Associated Industries of Massachusetts Scholarship — Tau Beta Pi —Eta Kappa Nu — Co-op Work Record: U. S. Navy Underwater Sound Lab. — Hobbies: Sports, sound recording, psycho- analysis — Probable Occupation: Electrical engineering. GEORGE ELTON TRAINOR S9o Wutertown Street West Newton, Mass. Ciril Engineering Married — One daughter — N.U.C.E.S. — Class Treasurer 4 — ; Co-op Work Record: Schofield Brothers; Dana F. Perkins Sons Inc. — Hobbies: Sports, reading — Probable Occupation: Construction. JAMES E. TRIDER 10 McNnlty Court Charlestown, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Jim " — Married — Two sons — Class Cabinet 1 — A.I.E.E. 5 (Rep.) —Service Record: U. S. Navy 1943-46 — Co-op Work Record: Kelek Co.; Raytheon Mfg. Co. — Hobbies: Flying, reading, music — Probable Occupation: Engineering. STEVE URKO 40 Home Street Brattleboro, Vermont Electrical Engineering " Bunny " — Married — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2 — Service Record: U. S. Navy, 1945-48 — Co-op Work Record: The Foxboro Company — Hobbies: Photography, gardening. aj i A t3L HOWARD LAWRENCE VENER ' Jll Clu ' xliiiit StrccI CluL ra, .Uii.v.v. Client Icul Eiigiiu ' iring Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 4, 5 — Yacht Club 1, 2, 3 — LR.C. -I, 5 — Silver Masque 5 — Class Cabinet 4, 5 — Chairman of Senior Prom Comm. — A.I.Ch.E. — Associated Industries of Mass. Scholarship 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Spaulding-Moss Co.; Surface Coatings, Inc.; Arthur D. Little, Inc. — Hobbies: Electroplat- ing (experimental), photography — Probable Occupation: Nuclear engineering. JOHN FRANKLIN VINING, JR. J4n Ccitnil street Sniitli Weymouth, Maxx. Chemical Engineerimj " Moose " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 5 — Yacht Club 3, 4 — A.I.Ch.E. — Co-op Work Record; American Condi- tioning House; Northeastern Chemical Engineering Dept.; Howe French Inc. — Hobbies: Fishing, water sports — Probable Occupa- tion: Chemical engineering. J. WARREN WALKER 74 Hart Place ]roluini, Ma.s.s. Chemical Eiiyiiieeriiiij " Joe " — A.I.Ch.E. — Co-op Work Record: Standard Duplicating Machines Corp.; Raytheon Mfg. Co. — Hobbies: Driving, tennis, dancing, music, bowling — Probable Occupation; Chemical engineer. J. NORMAN WELCH, JR. 53 Raymond Road Salem, .1 «.s-.v. Ciei! Eiit ineeriiKj " Norm " — Married — One son — Boston College — Hus-Skiers 1, 5 — Student Union 1 — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record; City of Beverly: Sciaba Co.; Commonwealth of Mass. — Hobbies; Wood- working, golf — Probable Occupation: Construction. FRANK HARWOOD WILDER, JR. 938 Main Street Holden, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Frankie " — Worcester Junior College — I.R.E. — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co. — Hobbies: Radio, chess, fishing, base- ball — Probable Occupation; Electrical engineer. LEONARD B. WILKER 11£ Hatchings Street Roxbnry, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Le " — Radio Club 5 — I.R.E. — A.I.E.E. — Co-op Work Record; Raytheon Manufacturing Company; Hayes Pump Machinery — Hobbies: Sports, women, stamps — Probable Occupation; Husband. GEORGE R. WINTERS 11 Sherman Road Greenwood, Mass. Ciril Engineering Married — One daughter — One son — PhiBeta Alfha{? %t. aX ktras — N.U.C.E.S. — Engineer ' s Council — Service Record; U. S. Navy 1943-45 — Co-op Work Record: Dana F. Perkins Sons, Inc. — Hobby: Golf — Probable Occupation: Engineering. THURMAN P. WOODBURY, JR. ' 21:2 Howard Street Brockton, Mass. Indv.Htrial Engineering A.I.I.E. — Service Record: U. S. Air Force 1942-48 — Co-op Work Record: Revere Copper Brass Inc. — Hobbies: Reading, swim- ming, golf — Probable Occupation: Production management. Married — Class Cabinet 1 — A.I.E.E CHARLES E. WRIGHT 156 Humphrey Street Loieell, il ass. Electrical Engineering Co-op Work Record: Marion Elect. Inst. Co.; Carl Feldman Associates; Boston Edison Co. EDWARD J. WYNNE, JR. IS Rieer Street ilatfapaii, Mohs. Chemical Engineering ,„ ■, r. i,. i t) j " Ted " — Band 1, 2 — A.I.Ch.E. 5 (Pres.) — Co-op Work Record: Steadfast Rubber Company; American Biltrite Rubber Company — Hobbies: Stamp collecting, music — Probable Occupation: Chemical engineering. ALVIN J. YORRA 20 Old Rniiil Dorchester, Mass. Cii ' il Engineering " Al " — Married — N.U.C.E.S. — Hobbies: Photography, home movies — Probable Occupation: Civil engineer. JOHN ZAMPINE, JR. 180 Tremnnt Street So. Brainlree, Mass. " Jack " ' — " Sii ma Phi Alpha — Football 1 — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: Schuyler Clapp Co., Surveyors; Clarkeson Engineer- ing Co. — Hobbies: Hunting, woodworking. SHERRILL L. ZIMMERMAN 7J.} Ninth Arennc Brookings, South Dakota Electrical Engineering " Zimmy " — Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5 — Camera Club 1 — I.R.E. — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1943-45 — Co-op Work Record: V. S. N. Underwater Sound Laboratory — Hobbies: Aviation, photography — Probable Occupation: Electronics. LOUIS R. ZIZZA IS Fairfield Street Revere, Mass. Electrical Engineering Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Football —I.R.E. — Etta Kappa Nu — Co-op Work Record: General RF Fittings Co.; General Electric Co. — Hobbies: Radio, stamps — Probable Occupation — Electrical En- gineer. ROBERT A. ZOGRAFOS 60.4 Almont Street Medford, Mass. Civil Engineering " Bob " — Camera Club 4 — N.U.C.E.S. — Class Secretary 4 — Service Record: U. S. Marine Corps 1946-48 — Co-op Work Record: Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Department of Public Works — Probable Occupation: Construction engineering. JOHN ZOTOS 19 ICcs Park Street Brockton, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Squeeky " — Fresh _ Honor List — Deans List 2, 3 — Class Cabinet " 2, 3 — Engineer ' s Council 5 — A.C.S. — A.I.Ch.E. — Tau Beta Pi — Class Secretary 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: American Biltrite Rubber Company; Raytheon Manufacturing Company — Hobbies: Music, golf, sports — Probable Occupation: Technical sales. KAPRIEL KAPRIELIAN 64 I ' enioii l trcct Worcester, Mass. Mechanical Eiigiiieeriiij " Knp " — A.S.M.K. — Co-op Work Record: Riley Stoker Corp.; Worcester Gas Light Co.: Worcester County Engineers; Con- versions and Surveys — Hobbies: Music, baseball — Probable Oc- cupation: Engineering. JOSEPH R. ARSENAULT .15 Donald Street Lexington, Mass. Electrical Engineering GEORGE H. GUNTHER Id Upland Street Dracut, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Red " — Married — One son — Beta Gamma Epsilon — Freshman Honor List — Hus-Skiers 3 — Middler Bowling League — Class Cabinet 2, 3 — Intra-Fraternity Bowling League — A.I.E.E. — Class Treasurer 1 — Eta Kappa Nu — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1943-46, 1950-51 — Co-op Work Record: Doelcara Corp. — Hobbies: Family, sports — Probable Occupation: Electronics RICHARD P. BARRY 1 8 Connell Street Qnincy, Mass. Ciril Engineering Co-op Work Record: Schuyler Clapp Co. MARTIN W. LAWSON 173 Tribou Street Brockton, Mass. Mechanical Engineerincj A.S.M.E. — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1945-48 — Co-op Work Record: Carver Cotton Gin Co.; Greb Co.; E. L. LeBaron Foundry Co. HERBERT H. BARTLETT 112Glendale Street Everett, Mass. Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E. — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1946-48 — Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Co.; Allis-Chalmers Mfg. Co. — Prob- able Occupation: Sales. THOMAS F. LEAVITT 1 7 Bowditch Street Peabody, Mass. Civil Engineering Married — One Son — N.U.C.E.S. — Service Record: U. S. Marines 1944-46 — Co-op Work Record: Thomas H. Murphy Co. — Hobby: Golf — Probable Occupation: Structural de- sign. JOHN R. BUCHANAN 59 Acushnet Avenue Xew Bedford, Mass. Electrical Engineering RAYMOND L. McCONNELL 27 Slimmer Street Merrimiic, }tass. Electrical Engineering " Mac " — A.I.E.E. — Service Record: U. S. Army Medical Corps 1943-46 — Co-op Work Record: Dormitzer Electric and Mfg. Co. Inc.; Chase Shawmut Co. — Hobbies: Radio, photography, reading. FREDERIC C. FULLER 332 Haverhill Street Lairrence, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Ted " — Freshman Honor List — Co-op Work Record: Simplex Wire Cable Co.; Raytheon Mfg. Co.; Lawrence Gas Electric Co. — Hobbies: Piano, composing — Probable Occupation: Electronics. JOSEPH MERCURIO, JR. 31 Memorial Drive Eu.tl n ' eijmouth, Mass. Electrical Engineering Married — One son, one daughter — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 4 — Eta Kappa Nu — Tan Beta Pi — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1942-48 — Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Electrical Products — Hobbies: Radio, photography — Prob- able Occupation: Radar design. EMERY F. OLSON 4i Ciirlis Street Waltham, Mass. Civil Engineering " Em " : " Oley " — N.U.C.E.S. — Service Record: U. S. Army 1945-47 — Co-op Work Record: R. H. Barnes Co. — Hob- bies: Sports, philately — Probable Occupation; Civil engin- eering. PAUL D. RUTLEDGE 2 Heath Place Maiden, Mass. Electrical Engineering Married — Baseball 1 — Class cabinet 1 — Acting Class President 1 — Class Vice President 5 — I.R.E. — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1945-48 — Hobbies: Baseball, music — Probable Occupation: Engineering. THOMAS ROBERT PARELLE . -) Rei em Street Waltham, Mas.i. Ciril Engineering " Tom " — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: Middlesex County Engineering Dept., Rowland H. Barnes Co. — Hobby: Music — Probable Occupation: Construction. ERNEST G. WARSHAFSKY 18 Fann-Bar Avenue Winthrop, Mass. Ciril Engineering " Ernie " — Yacht Club 1, 3, 4 — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: Whitman Howard; Town of Swampscott — Hobbies: Swimming, yachting — Probable Occupation: Civil engineer. CARL S. ROSENBERG 24 Leonard Road Sharon, J o.v.t. Indn. ' trial Engineering " Rosie " — Married — Dean ' s List 4 — A. I. I.E. — Co-op Work Record: William S. Crocker Co.; Boston Consolidated Gas Co. — Hobbies: Music, reading, photography — Prob- able Occupation: Industrial management. CHARLES E. WELTON 6 Lyon Street y ant ticket, Mass. Civil Engineering " Spider " — Married — Football 1 — Class Cabinet 1, 3 (Parliamentarian) — N.U.C.E.S. — Service Record: U. S. Navy — Co-op Work Record: New York, New Haven Hartford Railroad; Middlesex District Commission — Hob- bies: Surf fishing, model railroads — Probable Occupation: Construction. SIDNEY ROSENTHAL 36 Sonthgate Park We. ' it Neu-ton, Mass. Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. — Service Record: U. S. Army 1943-46 — Co-op Work Record: City of Boston, Highway Division — Hobbies: Furniture design and building, radio repair. 4 pyexo- I tt» ilfred S. Lake Dean of the College of Liberal Arts {128} History-Government Left to right: Prof. Bishop, Prof. Ryder, Prof. Cutts, Mr. Robinson, Prof. Wilfong, Prof. Fenn. Biology Left to right: Mr. Mikases. Mr. Na- jarian. Prof. Preble, Mr. Rothbard, Prof. Nixon. Education Seated, left to right: Prof. Morris. Dean ' ander Werf, Prof. MacDonald. Standing, left to right: Prof. Dur- liani. Prof. Garland, Prof. Zoerner. English Seated, left to rig;ht: Wo(. Blois, Prof. Van Leniiop, Prof. Nor ish. Prof. Holmes, Prof. Marston, Prol ' . Barrs, Prof. Capon. Standing, left to right: Mr. Hesnick, Mr. koffnian, Mr. Quarringlon, Mr. Sandler, Prof. Keiser, Prof. Skidington, Prof. Reynolds, Prof. Blackman, Prof. Khiralla. Psychology Left to right: Piof. Domey, Prof. Branncn, Prof. Bronsoii, Prof. Wairen. Chemistry Seated, left to right: Prof. Forbes, Prof. Shepard, Prof. Boig, Prof. Zuffanti, Prof. Vernon, Prof. Luder, Prof. McGuire, Prof. Winter. Prof. Howell. Standing, left to right: Mr. Oliver, Mr. Hamilton, Mr. Youngquist, Mr. Drougas, Mr. Muraika, Mr. Bacigalupo, Mr. Tuttle. Left to Meserve. Fine Arts ght: Prof. Holden, Prof Modern Languages Left to right : Prof. Kitchin, Mr. Aluf . Prof. Mezzacappa (seated), Prof. Cooperstein. Sociology Left to right: Dr. Brockway. Prof. Lee, Dean Havice. DEBORAH A. ALDRICH 6 Kenwood Streii Brooli ' linc, 3 a.s " .s ' . llistorii-Ooirnimeiil ' " Debbie " — Tufts College — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List ■i, 3, 4 — I.R.C. 3, i (Sec. ) — Chapel Choir 2, 3, 4 — Student Union ■i, 3 (Sec.), 4 (Pub. Manager) — Class Cabinet 3 — Co-op Work Record: Hoffman, Fitzgerald, Bowman Co., Inc. — Probable Occupation: Teaching. LEE G. AMBLER Soiilh Main Sifrcct Hclliiighitm, Mox,s. Hislory-Goi ' crn mcnt, Prc-lA ' tjiil Boston I ' niversit.v Law School — Phi Gamma Pi — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — Probable Occupation; Law. JOAN ANDRE i.S Moffat Road Qiiincy, Mass. Sociology Omega Sigma, Sophomore Rep, 4 (Treas.), 5 (Treas.) — Cheerleader 1, 2, 3 — Husky Highlighters 5 — Co-op Work Record: Wm. Filene Son Co. EVERETT K. ARNOLD 396 West Main Street West Newbvry, Mass. Sociology " Ev " — Baseball 4 — Student LTnion 2, 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: Morgan Memorial Charles Hayden Goodwill Inn, House Manager — Hobby: Coin collecting — Probable Occupation: Teacher-coach. MARILYN L. ARNSTEIN 37 Capcn Street Dorchester, Mass. Economics " Miki " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Adver- tising Club 2, 3 — A.M. A. 2 — Husky Key 1, 2, 3, 4 (Sec), 5 (V- Pres. ) — Silver Masque 4, 5 — Cauldron 4 — Student Council 2, 3, 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 2, 3 — Trustee Scholarship 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Bonwit Teller; J. T. Chirung Advertising Agency; Wheelock Lovejoy Inc. — Hobbies: Sketching, reading — Probable Occupation: Gov ' t or economic analyst. MILLARD H. AUBEY, JR. 105 East George Mason Road Falls Church, Virginia History-Oovernment " Jim " — University of Alaska — Gamma Phi Kappa — Purchasing Agent 3, 4 — Hobbies: Match book collecting — Probable Occu- pation: Business management. ELIZABETH BEDROSIAN ..-■S High Street Harerhill, Ma.ss. Mathematics " Betty " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Math Club 2, 3, 4 (V-Pres.), 5 (Sec) — Silver Masque 3, 4, .5 — Tennis Club 1 — Choral Society 1,4 — Honors: A.I.M. Scholarship, Sears B. Condit Award, Academy 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: M.I.T. Digital Computer Lab; American Conditioning House; Polariod Corp. — Hobbies: Music, sports, knitting, sewing — Probable Occu- pation: Mathematician. HAROLD BOND 135 Adams Street Wallham, Mass. English Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — News 3, 4 (Rewrite), 5 (Feature Editor) — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe. WILFRED O. BOUDREAU 23 Verdun Street Cambridge, Mass. Economics " Wil " — Art Club 3 — I.R.C. 3, 4, 5 (V-pres) — News 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: American Liability Insurance Co.; Lumber Mutual Insurance Co.; Pistorino and Co. Inc. — Hobbies: Reading, politics. LEILA MARILYN BUCKNER 9714 Escanalio Aarnne Chicago, III. Chemistry " Lee " — Biology Club 2, 3 — Husky Highlighters 2, 3, 4, 5 chairman) — Omega Sigma Cabinet 5 — Chapel Choir 1 — Class Cabinet 3, 4, 5 — A.C.S. — Co-op Work Record: Skinner and Sherman; M.I.T. Project Whirlwind. DORIS M. BUNNEY 15 Plimpton Avenue Norwood, Mass. Biology Omega Sigma, 2 (Pub. Chairman), 3 (Rec. Sec), 4 (Vice-Pres.), 5 (Pres.) — Biology Club 1 — Choral Society 1, 2, 3 — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern University: Retina Foundation — Probable Occupation: Biology. JOHN FREDERICK BURNHAM 2Jf Churlemont Road Medford, Ma. ' :s. Economics " Jack " — Married — Economics Club 5 — Co-op Work Record: Powers and Hall; Herald-Traveler; John Irving Shoe Co.; Boston Mutual Life Insurance Co. — Hobbies: Boating, billiards, baseball — Probable Occupation: Business. International Relations Club 3. FRANK RALPH CAPPACCIO 40 Spring Street Boston 14, Mass. English CHARLES T. CAPUTO 43 East Third Street South Boston, Mass. Modern Language Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — I.R.C. 3, 4 — Modern Language Club 2, 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: Chandler Co.; Sanborn Co. — Probable Occupation: Teaching. FRANCIS X. CAVANAUGH 16 Kingston Street Somerfitle, Mass. Economics " Frank " — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — I.R.C. 3, 4 — Investment Society 2, 4 — Service Record: U.S. Army 1946-48, 1950-51 — Hobbies: Woodcraft, handball — Probable Occupation: Economist. THOMAS A. CLEARY 71 Wyman Street Jamaica Plain, Mass. Economics " Tom " — Debating Club 2 — I.R.C. 3, 4, 5 (Pres.) — Co-op Work Record: E. F. Hutton Co. — Hobbies: Reading, music — Probable Occupation: Business. GEORGE M. COBB 1.1 liobhln.s Slircl ]Vallhiiiii. J (i.«. Dean ' s List +, . — Modern Lnngunge Cluh, 1, », ;!, -1 (Pi-es.) — Ccnililroii 4, o — Xi ' ir.s a, -I, 5 — Co-Dp Work Record: Herald Trcii ' clcr: Uo.slon Clliibc — l ' rol)al)le Occupation: (iovernnient service. BEVERLY E. COBBS 151 Sen Sfiret North Wvtjmoulh, Muxk. Economics " Bev " — Omega Sigma 1, 2, 3 (Rec. Sec), 4 (Corresponding Sec.), 5 (Pres. ) — Chapel Choir 2 — Square and Folk Dance Society 1, 2, ;?, 4 (Sec), 5 — Class Treasurer 2, 3, 4, 5 — Prom Committee 3, 4 — Senior Week Committee 5 — Cauldron 4, 5 (Managing Editor) — Freshman Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern University — Hobbies: Sewing, dancing — Probable Occupation: Statistician. JOSEPH W. COHEN ■ ' ,;.i .Yor o A ' Street Mdtlapaii, Mass. Ilislory-Gorernment " Joe " — Married — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — LR.C. 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: Harry Feldman; Sanborn Co.; Boston Mutual Life Ins. Co.; Harry Cohen — Hobbies: Athletics, detective stories. LEE MARSTON COLBY 76 Gaiiisboro Street Bontoii, Mass. English Married — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Husky Highlighters 2, 3, 4 — Silver Masque 1, 2, 3 — News 1, 2, 3 (Feature Editor), 4 (Rewrite Editor) — Academy — Sears B. Condit Award 4 — Probable Occupation: Social work. RALPH C. COLBY, JR. 76 Gainshoro Street lio.iton, yius.i:. English Married — Noes Student Council 3 3, 4 (News editor). Class Cabinet 1, 2 (Managing editor) — Co-op Work Record: Bo.iton Globe — Probable Occupation: Theological work. THOMAS J. CONNOLLY IJf Mercer Street South Boston, Mass. Mathematics " Tom " — Service Record: U.S. Army 1948-49 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Fabric Research Laboratories, Inc. WILLIAM JOSEPH COUGHLIN, JR. .59 Winter Street Arlington, Ma. ' is. History-Gorern ment " Merriwell " — Married — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Baseball 1, 2, 3 — I.R.C. 3 — Co-op Work Record: Iddlesex Products Co. — Hobbies: Baseball, basketball, football, woodworking — Probable Occupation: Teaching. BRUCE CUM MINGS 57 Vermont Street West Roxbnry, Mass. Sociology Chess Club 2, 3, 4, 5 — Debating Club 2, 3. EDWARD L. CURRAN 10 Derby Street Waltham, Mass. English-Journalism " Eddie " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe — Probable Occupation: Newspaper work. RENO B. DAIGLE i2-5? Pearl Street Cambridge, Mass. Economics " Ray " — Married — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — Husky Key 1, 2, 3 (Pres.) — Tennis Club 1 — LR.C. 3 — Service Record: U.S. Army 1946-49 — Hobbies: Photography, politics, winter sports — Probable Occupation: Government economist. GERALD E. D ' ALFONSO 104s Bennington Street East Boston, Mass. English-Journalism " Jerry " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — I.R.C. 3, 4 - Neies 1, 2 — Honors: Sears B. Condit Award 3, 4, 5 — Tra- velli Fund — Academy — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe — Hob- bies: Sports, writing — Probable Occupation; Newspaper work. DONALD A. D ' AMATO S Wyman Place Jamaica Plain, Mass. Hi.itorij-Goi ' ern mcnt " Don " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — LR.C. 2, 3, 4 — News 2 — Edwards Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe — Hobbies: Football, photography — Probable Occupation: College teaching. LEONARD F. DARTT 112 Floral Avenue Maiden, Mass. History-Government " Mac " — Married — Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5 — Football 1, 2, 3, 4 — Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 — Husky Highlighters 4, 5 — I.R.C. 2, 3, 4 — Honors: Travelli Scholarship, Neics MIP Football 1950, Alumni MVP Football 1950, Hockey 1952, All New England Football 1951, All New England Hockey 1952 — Co-op Work Record: North- eastern University — Hobbies: Reading, sports — Probable Occu- pation: Law. ROLAND I. DICKSON ■5 Maple Road Weston, Mass. History-Government Dean ' s List 3, 4 — I.R.C. 3, 4, 5 (Treas) — Square and Folk Dance Club 1, 2, 3 (Pres.), 4, 5 — Cauldron 4, 5 (Associate Managing Editor) —Student Union 2, 3 (Vice- Pres.), 4 (Pres.), 5 — Co-op Work Record: Bellman Publishing Company; Houghton Mifflin Company; Potter Press, Boston Traveler — Hobbies: Book collect- ing, reading, folk dancing, walking — Probable Occupation: Library work or teaching. HOWARD LESTER DOBKIN 101 Erie Street Boston, Mass. Hi.itory-Government " Howie " — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — Football 2 — I.R.C. 4 — Silver Masque 4 — Band 1 — Choral Society 4 — Co-op Work Record: New England Mutual Insurance Co.; Boston Herald; Northeastern University Registrar ' s Office — Hobbies: Music, sports — Probable Occupation: Teaching. LEONARD H. DOPPLER 231 Liszt Street Roslindale, Mass. Chemistry " Lennie " — Class Committee 4, 5 — Yacht Club 3 — A.C.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 5 — Co-op Work Record: E.F. King and Com- pany, Inc. — Hobby: Photography — Probable Occupation; Chemi- cal research. LEONARD F. D ' ORLANDO 13! Loriiiy Rond Winthrop. MdKx. Enqtish " Sam " — Fhi Bila Alpha — Dean ' s List 5 — Basketball Manager 1 — Xciis ;?, -1, 5 — Honors; Alumni Ncw.i Award 5 — Co-op Work Record: Bosinn Tnn-flcr; 100 Memorial Drive — Hobliies: Creative writing, weaving Indian rugs and collecting bottle caps — Probable Occupation; Teaching. RONALD DUNCAN iOe U ' axliliiiiloii Street Wliitinun, Mass. Physics WILLIAM T. FARNUM ?A ' ? Willil Arcinie East Prorideiiee, R. I. Biology " Bill " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, i — Yacht Club 1, ' ■2 — Biology Club 1, 2, 3, 4 — Chess Club 1, 2 — Silver Masque 1 — Class Representative 4 — Band 1 — Honors: Scholarships 1, 2, 3 — Co-op Work Record: Dennison Mfg. Co.; Koppers Co., Inc.; Waltham Field Station — Hobbies: Music, hot rods, sailing, chess — Probable Occupation: Bio-chemical research. FRANK I. FASANO 33 Cottage Aitiiiic Winthrop, Mass. Chcmi.ilry Dean ' s List 2, 3 — Band 1, 2, 3, 4 — American Chemical Society 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record; Wirthmore Research Laboratory; Watertown Arsenal Laboratory; Pitman-Dunn Laboratory; Frank- ford Arsenal, Philadelphia — Hobbies; Music, fishing — Probable Occupation: Chemist. WILLIAM LEWIS FASCIANO 10 Belmont Road So})ierrille, Mass. Mathematics " Willie " — Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Capt) — Freshman Basketball Coach — Co-op Work Record: Mass. Civil Defense Agency. BARBARA J. FAY ISl Clapboard Tree Street Westwood, Mass. Sociology " Barbie ' —Omega Sigma 3 (Treas. ) — Chapel Choir 2, 3, 4 — Choral Society 1, 2 — Student Council .5 — Co-op Work Record; E. T. Slattery Co.; New England Home for Little Wanderers; Boy Scouts of America — Hobbies: Singing, knitting, dancing — Proba- ble Occupation; Personnel work. ROSS E. FEARON Brointrille, Maine lli.ilorij-Gorern ment Freshman Declamation Contest ■ Sen-s 3, 4 — Hobbies: Jazz, Teaching. DONALD FIELD lis Brigham Road Hudson, Mass. Economics " Don " — American Marketing Ass ' n 2 — Investment Society 3 — Co-op Work Record: Worcester County Trust Co. — Hobbies: Athletics — Probable Occupation; U.S. Army. -Cauldron 3, 4 (Sports editor) — drinking — Probable Occupation; " Lennie " Teacher. Dean ' s List 4 — I.R.C. 3 LEONARD FINE If- Glenarm Street Dorchester, 3 fl.s.v. Histonj-Goveni meiit Probable Occupation: ROBERT SUMNER FISHMAN ,v; Haiithoni Street r i (■ .«•«, Mass. Mathematics " Bob " — Boston University — Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Frankford Arsenal, Philadelphia, Pa.; Portsmouth Xaval Yard, Portsmouth, N. H.; Veteran ' s Administration Hospital — Hobbies: Women, auto mechanics, piano, drums — Probable Occu- pation: Medicine. WILLIAM P. FITZGERALD 12 Marlboro Street Neitton, Mass. Economics " Bill " — Newton Junior College — Dean ' s List 2, 3, -1, 5 — Econom- ics Club 5 — Co-op Work Record: Wellesley National Bank; Mc- Kesson and Robbins Inc. RICHARD S. FLINT l,i2 Central Street We.ft Acton, Mass. Chemistry " Dick " — Class Committee 5 — Co-op Work Record: The . merican Conditioning House, Inc. — Hobbies: Photography, stamp and coin collecting — Probable Occupation: Chemical research. GYROME FORMAN 100 Seaeer Street Roxbury, Mass. Economics — Band 2 — Student Probable Occupation: " Jerry " — Sigma Kappa Union 2, 3, -4 — Hobbies: Personnel work. Psi — I.R.C. Sports, music HARRY A. GAGNON, JR. 60 East Laurel Street Lawrence, Mass. Biology " Hank " — Married — One son — Phi Beta Alpha — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Biology Club 3, 4, 5 (Pres. ) — Service Record: U.S. Navy 1945-46, 1950-51 — Co-op Work Record: Sias Laboratory; Brooks Hospital; Harvard Me dical School — Probable Occupation: Pharmaceutical field. JOHN A. GEOVANIS 406 ' Columbia Street Cambridge, Mass. History-Gorernment — I.R.C. 2, 3, 4 — Probable Occu- " Geo " — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — Camera Club 1, 2 Hobbies: Stamp collecting, tennis, ice skating pation: Teaching. JAMES GIGGEY 161 Main Street Medford, Mass. Chemistry " Jim " — Dean ' s List 4 — . merican Chemical Society 3, 4, 5 — Inter-collegiate Chemical Society Delegate 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: W. C. Durfee Research Lab.; General Electric Co.; Whirt- more Research Lab. — Hobbies: Fishing, bowling — Probable Occupation: Chemist. ALLEN EARL GOLDFARB 11.3 Third Slirel Clu ' hca, Mas,: Pre-Lcgal " Al " — Boston University l.R.C. 3 — Stndent Unio " n Probable Occupation: Law. Law School i — Camera CUib 2 — Hobbies: Dramatics, baseba EDWARD H. GOODSTEIN TS Gret ' n wooil Amine Swainpsvoll, Mil XX. Englixh -J mini a I is in " Ed " — P ii ' Bf n Alpha (Rec. See.) — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Husky Highlighters 3, 4, 5 — Alumni Award — Ford Award 4 — Silver Masque 1, ' i, 3, 4, 5 — Cauldron 5 (Make-up Editor) — .VcM ' s 1, (Rewrite Editor), 3 (News Editor), 4 (Editor-in-Chief), 5 — Student Council 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 4,5 — Co-op Work Record : Boston- Ihrtild-Trariler Corp.; United Press Association — Hobbies: Theatre, music, sleeping — Probable Occupation: Journalism. EUGENE E. GRANT ISl Putnam Areniie Canibridyv, Mass. Economics " Gene " — Camera Club 1 — Co-op Work Record: Columbia Belt and Novelty Co. COSTAS C. GRIGOREAS 210 Boijhton Street Watertown, Mass. History-Govern meni DUANE GRIMES Lincoln, Vermont Hixtory-Goi ' ernment " Duano " — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Debating Club 2 — l.R.C. 2, 3 (Sec. ), 4 (Pres. ), 5 — Co-op Work Record: New England Mutual Life Insurance Co. — Hobbies: Politics, book collecting — Probable Occupation: Foreign service. ROBERT D. HAWKE 16 Ea.it Broadway Gardner, Ma.ix. Hi.ito ry-Go rem in e ii t " Hawkey " — Boston Llniversity Law School 4 — Gamma Phi Kappa — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — l.R.C. 3 — Class Cabinet 2 — Class Treasurer 1 — Honors: Freshman Scholarship; Stone Fund 1, 2, 3 — Hobbies: Sports — Probable Occupation: Legal field. STANTON HILLIER 47 Longicood Road Rending, Mass. Physics " Stan " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5 — Chess Club 3 — Netcs 4, 5 — Honor societies: Academy — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern University, Physics Department — Hobbies: Photo- graphy, radio work — Probable Occupation; Research physicist. GEORGE RICHARD HILTON 4 Buckingham Road North Andover, Mass. Pre-Legal Dean ' s List 3 — Probable Occu- Boston University Law School pation: Lawyer. ALFRED B. JENSEN 63 Tremoiit Street Maiden, i[ass. History-Governme lit " Swede " — Married — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Cauldron 4, 5 (Senior Pictures Editor) — Co-op Work Record: Harry R. Feldman — Hobbies: Fishing, photography, records, reading, sports — Proba- ble Occupation: Teaching. FREDERYK J. KAPINOS 34 Daniel Street Fairhai ' en, Mass. Ecomonics " Fred " — Married — One daughter — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Advertising Club 4 — I.R.C. 3 — Invest- ment Society 2 — Service Record: U.S. Navy 1944-46 — Hobbies: Music, fishing, swimming — Probable Occupation: Sales. DAVID WILLIAM KELLEY 11 Lake Street Amesbvry, Mass. Biology " Dave " — Phi Gamma Pi 4 (Treas.), 5 (Social Chairman) —Cross Country 1 — Hus-Skiers 1, 3, 4 (Treas.), 5 (Pres.) — Track 1, 2 — Biology Club 1, 2 — Ski Team 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Massa- chusetts Institute of Technology, Biology Dept. — Hobby: Model railroading. HERBERT G. KENNAN 10.5 Waban Park Newton, Mass. Economics " Herb " — Hus-Skiers 5 — Yacht Club 2 — Art Club 4 — Camera Club 2 — I.R.C. 5 — S.A.M. 5 — Service Record: U.S. Army 1950- 52 _ Co-op Work Record: U.S. Army Finance Office — Hobbies: Photography, book collecting, mineral collecting — Probable Occu- pation: Government or private industry. PHILIP G. KIELY 44 Lombard Avenue Amesbury, Mass. Chemistry " Phil ' — Husky Key 1 — Class Cabinet 3, 4 — Institute of Food Technologist 4 — American Chemical Society 2, 3, 4 (Vice-pres.), 5 — Inter-collegiate Chemical Society, Sec. -Treas. — Co-op Work Record: First National Stores Inc.; H. A. Johnson, Co.; A. D. Little, Inc. — Hobbies: Photography, hunting, boating — Probable Occu- pation: Research chemist. EMILY A. KIMBALL 6 Orkney Road Brookline, Mass. Sociology " Em " — St. Lawrence University, Fisk University Race Relations Institute — Dean ' s List 3 — Hus-Skiers 2, 3 (Sec.) — I.R.C. 3, 4, 5 — Tennis Club 2 (Sec. ) — Chapel Choir 2 — Choral Society 2 — News 2, 3, 4, 5 — Student Union 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Cambridge Community Center; Morgan Memorial; Clinton Farms Prison; Washington, D. C. slums with A.F.S.C; Boston State Hospi- tal; National Ass ' n for the Advancement of Colored People — Hobbies: Tennis, travel — Probable Occupation: Intergroup re- lations. GEORGE HOWARD LAMBERT 20 Tf ' a.Mngton Street Dedham, Mass. English-,! onrnalism " Howie " — Phi Beta Alpha — Hockey 2, 4 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Herald-Traveler — Probable Occupation: Army. JAMES E. LAMBORGHINI 204 Court Street Piymauth, Mass. Economics " Jim " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — I.R.C. 2, 3, 4 — Student Union 2 — Service Record: U.S. . ir Force 1947-50 — Hobbies: Woodworking, gardening — Probable Occupation: Law school and government service. JOHN JOSEPH LAPSLEY, JR. ; Baiiibridyv Strcd lia.sioii, Ma.i.t. Sociology ••Jack " — Dean ' s List 4 — Football 2, 3, 4 (Capt.) — Varsity Club Award — Most Valuable Football Player — Service Record: U.S. Army 1046-48 — Probable Occupation; Teaching, coaching. SANDRA FAYE LAVINS 94 Baiik:s Road S «■(( m jixcoll, Muxx. Sociology ••Sandy " — " Imogene " — Student Union 1, 3, 4 — Scholarship to Fisk University Annual Race Relations Institute 1953 — Co-op Work Record: Lynn Hospital — Hobbies: Music, camping, skating, sailing — Probable Occupation: Social work. SOLOMON J. LEABMAN 34 Orove Street Boston, Mtixx. Hixlory-Goreni meiil ••Sol " — Married — Deans List 4 — I.R.C. 2, 3, 4 (Pres.) — Silver Masque 2, 3, 4 — Cauldron 3, 4 (Managing Editor) — News 3, 4 (Re-write Editor) — Service Record: U.S. Navy 1944-47 — Hobbies: Politics, music, bowling — Probable Occupation: Political science studies. ROBERT E. LETHAM 77 North Central Avenue Wollaston, Mass. Economics SUMNER LEVINE .: 6 Davis Street Boston, Mass. Che)ni. :try " Sam " — Kappa Zeta Phi 2, 3, 4 (Sec), 5 (Chancellor) — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Inter-Fraternity Council 3, 4 — Silver Masque 3, 4, 5 (Sec.) — Class Cabinet 2 — American Chemical Society 2, 3 (Vice- pres. ), 4, 5 — Kappa Zeta Phi Annual Scholarship — Academy 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Union Bay State Chemical Co., Inc.; Godfrey L. Cabot, Inc. — Hobbies: . cting, singing, baseball, golf — Probable Occupation: Research chemist. G. MICHAEL LYCURGUS £1 St. Germain Street Boston, Mass. Economics " Mike " — Boston University, Harvard — Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4 — Track 1, 2, 3,4 — I.R.C. 1, 2,3, 4 (Treas. ) — Co-op Work Record: Houghton Mifflin — Hobbies: Sports, politics, economics — Proba- ble Occupation: Diplomatic service. KENNETH ROBERT MacKENZIE Cambridge Street Burlington, Mass. Physics " Mac " — Hobbies: Sports — Probable Occupation: Electronics. WILLIAM T. MacLEISH 39 M ' ushington Areniie Andoi ' er, Mass. Chemistry " Tom " — American Chemical Society — Co-op Work Record: Arthur D. Little Inc. — Hobby: Fishing — Probable Occupation: Industrial research chemist. JEAN C. MAHLER i04 Oxenbridge Road Wollastnn, ilass. English-Jciinialism Omega Sigma 1, ' 2, 3, 4, 5 (Representative) — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Debating Club 3 — Husky Key 1 — I.R.C. 3 — Square and Folk Dance Club, 1, 2, 3 — Chapel Choir 2, 3, 4, 5 — Choral Society 1, 3, 4, 5 — Nezt s 3, 4, 5 — Student Union 1, 2, 3 (Sec), 4, 5 — Class Committee 4, 5 — Honors: Neics Alumni Award 5 — Co-op Work Record: John Hancock Mutual Life Ins. Co.: Red Feather Campaign; Red Cross Drive — Hobbies: Music, photography — Probable Occupation: Public relations. DAVID E. MAHONEY 9 Spring Valley Road Xatiek, Mass. Biology " Dave " — Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 3, 4 — Biology Club 1, 2, 3, 4 — Service Record: U.S. Army 1951-52 — Hobbies: Skiing, photography, autos — Probable Occupation: Biochemistry or bacteriology. RUTH M. MALLION 29 Waehiisetl Drire Lexington, Mass. Sociology " Ruthie " — Dean ' s List 4 — Husky Highlighters 3, 4, 5 — Square and Folk Dance Society 1 — Chapel Choir 1 — Choral Society 1 — Student Council 2, 3 (Sec), 4 (Sec), 5 (Vice-pres.) — Class Secretary 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Athenaeum; United Com- munity Services; Red Cross — Probable Occupation: Social service.- HARRY AUSTIN MESERVE 64 ifagonn Avenue Medford, Mass. " Hatch " — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — Art Club 1, 2, 3 — Biology Club 1, 2 3 — Xeu-s 2, 3 — Boston Aquarium Society — Hobbies: Medical illustrating, music, tropical fish — Probable Occupation: Teaching and veterinary medicine. GERALD MONSEIN 19 Winthrop Street Maiden, Mass. Economics " Jerry " — Modern Language Club 2 — Economics Club 5 — Co-op Work Record: Congress Sportswear Co.; Lumberman ' s Mutual Insurance Co.; Second National Bank of Boston — Hobbies: Hunt- ing, relaxation — Probable Occupation: Business management. KAYE H. MOODY 2 Sayward Street Kennebunk, Maine Prc-Medical Freshman Honor List Dean ' s List 2, , _ , Art Club 3 (Vice-pres. " ) Btoiogv ' aub 1, 2, 3 (Vice-pres. ) — Radio Club 2 — Tennis Club - Awards: Full tuition Trustee ' s Scholarship 1; 2nd prize. Univer- sity public speaking contest 3 — Hobbies: Fishing, hunting, ama- teur radio — Probable Occupation: Medicine, general practice. WILLIAM R. MULLIGAN 64 High Street Foxboro, Mass. Psychology Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5. MICHAEL MUSIKER 3S Harlem Street Dorehc.-!ter, Mass. History-Gorernmenl " Mike " — Baseball 2, 4 — I.R.C. 2, 3, 5 — Class Cabinet 2, 3 — Service Record: U.S. Air Force 1951-53 — Co-op W ork Record: Boston Herald-Traveler — Hobbies: Athletics, group work — Proba- ble Occupation: Teaching. HOWARD EARL NASON (,V Hohsnn Slnrf Brii hlnii, .U( .v.v. ElKjIish " Howie " — Texas Christian University, Kansas State Teachers College — Square and Folk Dance Society 1, 2, 3 — Student Union 1, 2, 3, -1 (Vice-pres.) — Class Cabinet 4 — Service Record: U.S. Air Force 19ol-.53 — Hobbies: Music, bowling — Probable Occu- pation: Ministry. JACOB WILLIAM NEEDLE 107 Chuhbnrk Street Qiniiry. Ma. s. English-, lounidlism " Jack " — Phi Beta Alpha — Freshman Honor List 1 — Dean ' s List 2, -1, 5 — Art Club 4 — Husky Highlighters 4, 5 — Husky Key 1 — Cauldron 3, 4 (Sports Editor), 5 (Editor-in-Chief)— News 1, 2 (Sports Editor), 3 (Managing Editor), 4 (Associate Editor-in-Chief) 5 — Student Council 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 1 — Aliimniis 4, 5 (Sports Editor) — Ford Award — Associated Industries of Mass. Schol. 2, 3, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Charles Hayden Goodwill Inn for Boys; Boston Globe Sports Dept. — Hobbies: Sports, reading. ALBINA ANN NEVIERA 9S1 East Fourth Street South Boston, Mass. IIistort -Goi ' rrnmenl " Al " — I.R.C. 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: Mass. Bonding and Insurance Company. LOUIS ARTHUR PAPAZIAN 26 Kimball Road Watertown, Mass. Chemistry Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — A.C.S. — Academy — Co-op Work Record: . merican Biltrite Co.; E. and F. King Co.; Godfrey L. Cabot — Hobbies: Piano, philately — Probable Occupation: Chemist. FRANK D. PARKER First Road Tynysboro, Mass. liistory-Goi ' crnmenl " Chip " — Camera Club 3, 4 — I.R.C. 3, 4 — Hobbies: Athletics, stamp collecting — Teaching. — Psychology Society 2 Probable Occupation: RICHARD ANTHONY PASOUALONE £3 Liberty Avemie Medford, Mass. Biology " Dick " — Biology Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (Pres. ) — Co-op Work Record: Waltham Field Station, Extension Service of the University of Mass. — Hobbies: Auto racing, football — Probable Occupation: Bio-chemical research. MELVIN PEARLM UTTER 1, ' ilt Fairmont Street Maiden, Mass. Ein lish " Mel " — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — Debating Club 2, 3 — Class Cabinet 1 — Service Record: U.S. Army 1951-53 — Hobbies: Record collect- ing, swimming. DOLORES A. PEREIRA £9 Winter Street Watertonn, Mass. English " Doll " — Engaged — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Husky Highlighters 4, 5 — I.R.C. 2, 3 — Modern Language Club 2 — Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3 — Choral Society 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Cauldron 4, 5 (Copy Editor) — News 3, 4 (Feature Editor), 5 — Student Union 2, 3 (Pub. Ch.), 4 (Pub. Manager) —Omega Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4 (Pub.Ch.) 5 (All-Uni- versity Ch. ) — NUettes 3 — Freshman Scholarship — Ford Award — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern University; Game well Com- pany — Hobbies: Music, bowling — Probable Occupation: Inter- preting, personnel relations. JOHN O. H. PETERSON, JR. e West Street Wobiini, Mass. Chemistry " Pete " — Married — One Daughter — Dean ' s List 4 — A.C.S. — Service Record: U.S. Marine Corp 1950-52 — Co-op Work Record: C. M. Cox, Co.; G. L. Cabot, Inc. — Hobbies: Hunting, fishing — Probable Occupation: Chemist. WILLIAM MICHAEL PETERSON 1 Walnut Terrace Avon, Mass. Chemi.itry " Pete " — Married — One Son — M.I.T. — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2 — Football 1 — Student Council — Service Rec- ord: U.S. . rmy 1944-46 — Co-op Work Record: . " Vmerican Con- ditioning House, Fabric Research Laboratories — Hobbies: Sports, music, cards, tinkering — Probable Occupation: Chemist. FRANCIS JOHN PINEAU IS Harri.?07i Street Qxiincy, Mass. Psychology " Fran " — Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: Weymouth . rt Leather; Sanborn Co. — Hobbies: Baseball, rollerskating, music, dancing — Probable Occupation: Labor relations. FRANK EDWARD POLLARD, JR. Congamond Heights Southicicli, Mass. Pre-Legal " Red " — Boston Lniversity Law School 4 — Phi Gamma Pi — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — Track 1, 2, 3 — Hobbies: Photography, skiing — Probale Occupation: Law. W. ROBERT POWERS 64 Commonwealth Avenue Boston, Mass. English- Journalism " Bob " — Married — Nu Epsilon Zeta — Dean ' s List 4, 5 — Husky Key 1 — Neu ' s 1, 2, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Herald-Trarelcr Boston Globe — Hobbies: Civil War History, swimming — Probable Occupation: Newspaper business. SIDNEY WARREN PRICE 16.5 Hawthorne Street Maiden, Mass. History-Gorcrn ment Art Club 3 — Bowling 1 Hobbies: Sailing, flying. Boat building. — Service Record: U.S. Navy 1951 — . boat modeling — Probable Occupation: JOHN J. OUINN, JR. 103 Milton Street Arlington, Mass. Economics Economics Club 5 — Co-op Work Record: William Filene ' s Co. — Probable Occupation: LT.S iVrmy. DOUGLAS RICHARDS ]Mlsondale Road Dorer, Mass. Economics " Doug " ' — Married — Hobbies: Sports. ALBERT A. RICCI J4 rini Kfrad Road Dorchcxhr, Mass. Kcniiomicx " Rick " — Married — Class Cabinet -1, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Travelers Insurance Co. — Probable Occupation: Business. ELEANOR ALICE RILEY It Sugaviorc StrccI Dorchester, Masn. Psychology Square Folk Dancing Club 1 — Art Club -i. FRED A. RUNDLETT 16(1 Holleii Street Dtnnrrs, Mass. Phi sics " Freddy " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2 — Math Club 4 — Radio Club 4 — Choral Society 4 — American Guild of Organ- ists—Co-op Work Record: CBS-Hytron Inc. — Hobbies: Hi- fidelity equipment, organ playing — Probable Occupation: Electron- ics. EDITH RUTH SANDA 436 East Fifth Street South Boston, Mass. Physics " Edie " — Omega Sigma 1, i, . ' i, 4 (Rec. sec), 5 (Social Chairman) — Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, 4 — Debating Club 1 (Sec), 2 (Sec), 3 (Pres.), 4 (V-pres. ), 5 (Sec) — Radio Club 5 — Square and Folk Dance Society 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Student Union 3, 4, 5 — Society of Women Engineers — Co-op Work Record: American Conditioning House, Inc.; M.I.T. Synchroton Lab. — Hobbies: Square dancing, short wave radio, sew- ing — Probable Occupation: Research physicist. ARA HAIG SAVAKIAN .9 Itasca Street Mattapan, Mass. Chemi.stry Chess Club 1, 2 — Husky Key 1,2 — A.S.C. (Vice-Pres.) — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co.; E. F. King Co.; First National Stores — Hobbies: Photography, chess, music, bowling, table-tennis, stamps — Probable Occupation: Chemist. PAULINE ANN SCHIEL .5 Winter Street Plymniilh, Mass. English- Journalism " Paulie " — Omcff« Sigma 2, 3 (Class Rep.)— News 2, 3, 4, 5 — Biology Club 1 — Student Union 3 — Class Cabinet 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Old Colony Memorial Publishing Co.; Harvard Uni- versity; Boston Globe Publishing Co. — Hobby: Collecting books — Probable Occupation: Journalism. MARIA SHEA o72 Dedkam Street Xeuton Center, Mass. Biochemistry Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Biology Club 2 (Sec), 3 {Sec.) —Omega Sigma 3 (Rep.) 4 (Pub. Chairman). BERNARD R. SILVA, JR. 279 Harvard Street Cavfihridye, Mass. Tii.itory-Gorernment " Bernie " — Married — One son — Boston University School of Law — Service Record: U.S. Army 1947-49 — H obby: Model build- ing — Probable Occupation: Law. ROBERT WILLIAM SMALL 29 Lavender Street Miliis, Mass. History-Government " Bob " — Mass. College of Pharmacy — Dean ' s List 2, 3, I, 5 — I.R.C. 5 — Sears Condit Award 3, 4, 5; Dean ' s List Scholarship 3, 4 — Academy 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern University; Miliis Quality Market, Inc. — Hobbies: Reading, bowling, fishing, baseball. DONALD STORER SMITH !1 Friendship Road Mattapan, Mass. Chemistry " Smitty " — Yacht Club 3 — American Chemical Society — Co-op Work Record: New England Deaconess Hospital; General Alloys Co.; Godfrey L. Cabot, Inc — Probable Occupation: Chemistry. EMIL RICHARD SMITH 32 JVintkrop Arenue Bridgeirater, Mass. Biology " Smitty " — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Biology Club 3 — Square Folk Dance Society 1, 2, 3 — Co-op Work Record: Harvard Medical School, Pha rmacology Dept. — Hobbies: Hunting, fishing — Proba- ble Occupation: Pharmacology. RICHARD P. SMITH 41 Oliver Street Cambridge, Mass. Economics Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 — A ' fic MIP Award 3. RICHARD HENRY STEWART 7 Central Street Middleton, Mass. English-Journalism " Stewy " — Married — One daughter — Phi Beta Alpha — I.R.C. 2, 3 — News 2, 3, 4 (Rewrite Ed.), 5 (Managing Ed.) — Co-op Work Record: Boston G ofee Newspaper — Hobbies: Football, base- ball, hockey — Probable Occupation: Journalism (reporting). GERALD DAVID STONE o4 Chapel Street Xcirporl, Rhode Island English-J ournalism " Jerry " — Husky Key 1 — I.R.C. 3 — Cauldron 5 — News 2, 3 — Co-op Work Record: WRJM, Aquidneck Broadcasting Co.; Sanborn Co. " Mike " — Cambridge Junior College Occupation: Sales. MICHAEL F. SULLIVAN 344 IVesf Morgan Street Neio Bedford, Ma. ' s. History-Govern meat 3, 4 — Probable I.R.C ROBERT SCOTT SULLIVAN 24 Rogandale Road ' e.it Roxbury, Mass. Economics " Sully " — Norwich University — Hus-Skiers 2 — Silver Masque 3 — Square Folk Dance Society 1 —Service Record: U.S. Army 1945-48; U.S. Air Force 1951-53 — Hobbies: Skiing, archery, leather- work — Probable Occupation: U.S. Government Service. DORIS E. TABER J ' lJl Aciialnirl .lee, . nr Bedford, Mat:: English Dean ' s List 4, 5 — Class Cabinet i — Omega Sigma Cabinet 3, 5 Co-op Work Record: Northeastern University Library. " Tess " — Freshman Honor List — Masqne i — Hobbies: Violin, music worker. PAULINE TESSLER SS Centennial Avenue Revere, Mass. Soeiology Dean ' s List i, 3, 4, 5 — Silver — Probable Occupation: Social WILLIAM H. THOMAS !l Water Street U ' ineliester, Mass. Ilislory-Oovernmen t " Bill " — Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5 — I.R.C. 2 — Class Cabinet 5 — Co-op Work Record: Harry R. Feldman; Northeastern University — Hobbies: Sports, traveling, dancing — Probable Occupation: Teach- ing. LAWRENCE H. TISDALE 441 Main Street Medford, Mass. Chemistry Band 1, 2. ALBERT FREDERICK VOZZELLA ■59 Poole Street Medford, Mass. Chemistry " Al " — Student Council 4, 5 — A.C.S. — Charles Hayden Scholar- ship — Co-op Work Record: K. J. Quinn and Co.; General Alloys Co.; Watertown Arsenal — Hobbies: Baseball, basketball, music — Probable Occupation: Chemistry. ALBERT WALLACE 336 South Street Randolph, Mass. Mathematics " Al " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — Chess Club 1, 2 — Modern Language Club 1, 2 — Math Club 1, 2, 3 — Mathe- matic Association of America — Honors: Freshman Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: M.I.T. Statistical Services — Probable Occu- pation: Teaching. ROBERT L. WARD 38 Warner Street Somerville, Mass. History-Government " Red " — Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Football Manager 4 — Husky Key 1, 2 (Treas. ), 3 (Treas.), 4 (Treas. ), 5 — I.R.C. 1 — Xeu ' s 3 — Class Cabinet 1,5 — Custodian of Husky 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern University; Boston Globe — Hobbies: Railroadiana, travel — Probable Occupation: Public relations. CHARLES LAWRENCE WEINER 69 Tovraine Avenue Hnll, Mass. Hi.story-Government " Chas " — Dean ' s List 2, 4 — I.R.C. 2 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Daily Globe — Hobbies: Philately, sports, youth work — Probable Occupation: Government service. JAMES S. WHITAKER 101 Elm Avenue Wollasioyi, Mass, Economics " Cy " — Student Union 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record; Employers Liability Assurance Corp. — Probable Occupation: Clergy. JOHN R. YATES, JR. 176 Xanthome Road West Roxhiiry, Mass. History-Government " Jack " — Hus-Skiers 2, 3, 4, 5 — I.R.C. 4, 5 - 4, 5 — Service Record: U.S. Marines 1947-50 - Probable Occupation: Sales. Investment Society - Hobbies; Sports — ROBERT ARAFE 12Jf6 Vommonwealth Avenue Newton, Mass. Economics RICHARD D. BRETT 15 Crement Terrace Qnincy, Mass. Psychology GERALD ARMAND DuBOIS Dracnt, Mass. Economics " Jerry " — George Washington University — Dean ' s List 3 — Camera Club 1, 2 (Pres.), 3 (Treas. ) — Silver Masque 3 — Choral Society 1 — Cauldron 3 — Netcs 1, 2 (Photo editor), 3 — Northeastern Alumnus Staff Photographer — Service Record: U.S. Navy, 1943-45, 1950-52 — Co-op Work Record: Powers and Hall; Northeastern University — Hobbies: Flying, fishing, photography — Probable Occupation: Teaching. NORMAN FREDRICKSON Camp Street Forc.itvitle, Conn. Psychology Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4 — Track 1, 2, 3, 4 — Art Club 2, 3, 4 (Pres.) — Psychology Society 2, 3, 4 — Hobbies: Painting, skiing, chess — Probable Occu- pation; Teaching. GLORIA GINSBURG 33 Lau ' ton Street Boston, Mass. Sociology GRACE GINSBURG 33 Lawton Street Boston, Mass. Sociology LAURENCE HARDING 723 Highland Avenue Maiden, Mass. English Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Freshman Honor List 1 — Modern Language Club 3, 4, 5 — Francis Barrows Award — Co-op Work Record; American Mutual Insurance Co. — Probable Occupation; Teaching. DAVID E. LEVIN 70 Livingston Avenue Lowell, Mass. Sociology DONALD H. MacCALMON 125 Flagherty Way South Boston, Mass. Psychology Psychology Club 1. ROBERT JOHN MUZZY 10 t Orchard Street Somerville, Mass. Sociology Married — One daughter — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — I.R.C. 3 — Radio Club 1 — Service Record; U.S. Navy 1946-50 — Co-op Work Record: Metro- politan State Hospital — Hobbies; Weather fore- casting, philately — Probable Occupation; Psychi- atric social work. ERIC SAHLBERG 18 Cedar Lane Way Boston, Mass. History-Government DONALD F. SINGER 19 Whitticr Road Mcdford, Ma. ' is. Pre-Law " Don " — I.R.C. — Boston University Law School 4 — Probable Occupation: Lawyer. WILLIAM STILES 73 Tremont Street Marlboro, Mass. Biology " Bill " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Art Club 3, 4 — Biology Club 1, 2, 3, 4 — Camera Club 1, 2 — Dean ' s List Scholarship — American Barrows Scholarship — Legional Scholar — Academy — Co-op Work Record: Harvard Medi- cal School Department of Pharmacology — Hob- bies: Music, painting, photography — Probable Occupation: Genetics. glli ' " ei) Roger S. Hamilton Dean of the College of Business Administration ini. ' " " i 148} Economics Left to right: Prof. Spencer. Mr. Revis, Prof. Miernyk, Dean Lake, Prof. Perles, Mr. Herman, Dean Hamilton. Marketing and Advertising Left to right: Prof. Tatton, Prof. Dufton, Prof. Coons. Accounting Left to right: Prof. Slavin. Prof. Glennon, Prof. Golenime, Prof. Zoerner, Prof. Malclunan, Prof. Weafer, Prof. Roberts. dir ' inance and insurance Left to right: I ' rol ' . ScliouiKiver, Prof. Ceiullo. Business Management Left to right: Mr. Cavanaugh, Prof. Keith, Prof. Gubellini, Prof. Bourne. 050} RICHARD LOUIS ADAMS 68 Lelaiid Street Framingham, Mass. Finance and Insurance " Dick " — Alpha Kappa Sigma — Advertising Club 3 — Investment Society 3, 4 — Class Cabinet 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: Weil Pearson and Co. — Hobbies: Sports, golf. JAMES G. ALEXIS 39 Greeni-iUe Street Somerville, Mass. Business Management " Jim " — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M. 5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Athletic Shoe Co.; Boston Chamber of Commerce; United Business Service Co. — Hobbies: Record collecting, home movies, reading — Probable Occupation: Office management. DAVID ANDERSON, III 17 Washington Avenue Andover, Mass. Finance and Insurance " Dyke " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — I.R.C. 5 — Investment Society 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M. 5 — Frosh Bowling League — Investment Society, Program Committee — Co-op Work Record: Chandler and Co.; Tyer Rubber Co. — Hobbies: Golf, Dixieland jazz collection — Probable Occupation: Insurance. WILLIAM T. ANDERSON 7 Tobin Court Roxbury, Ma-is. Marketing and Advertising " Bruno " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Basket- ball 1, 2, 3 — Advertising Club 4, 5 — American Marketing Associa- tion 4, 5 {Newsletter Rep.) — Class Cabinet Rep. 3 — Co-op Work Record: J. L. Hammett Co.; R. H. White ' s; Oilman Bros. Co. — Hobbies: Collecting photos, travelling, tennis. WILLIAM G. ANGELL 593 Brayton Avenue Somerset, Mass. Industrial Relations " Bill " — Nu Epsilon Zeta, Grand Master, Grand Chancellor, Vice Grand Scribe — Interfraternity Council 2 (Pres.) — Hus-Skiers 4, 5 — S.A.M. 5 — Service Record: U. S. Infantry 1947-49 — Co-op Work Record: Mount Hope Finishing Company: Swank Inc. — Hobbies: Sports, photography, cards — Probable Occupation: Labor Relations field. WALTER GEORGE ARNOLD, JR. S68 Grove Street Belmont, Mass. Accounting " Walt " — Accounting Society 4, 5 — Student Council 2 — Class Cabinet 2 — Junior Class Committee 4 — Sophomore Prom Com- mittee 2 — Co-op Work Record: Lumberman ' s Insurance Co.: John P. Darmody Co. — Hobbies: Golf, tennis, football — Probable Occupation: Accounting. JOSEPH BAIA 15 Chestnut Street Belmont, Mass. Business Management " Joe " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — S.A.M. 5 — Co-op Work Record: Chandler ' s; Boston Chamber of Commerce; Jannell-Ash Co. — Hobbies: Auto repairing, bowling — Probable Occupation: Production manager. DOMINIC MICHAEL BARBERA 96 Centre Street Quincy, Mass. Marketing and Advertising Track 3, 4 — Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 — American Marketing Asso- ciation 4, 5 — News 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: Elm Farms Food Company; Raymond ' s Inc.: Mason-Neilan Regulator Co. — Hob- bies: Weight lifting, wrestling, swimming — Probable Occupation: Advertising manager. THOMAS P. BARRETT ! Sii-th A re II lie Lowell, Mass. Biisiiifss Maiiageiiieiil " Tom " — Debating Club 3 — S.A.M. 3 — Class Cabinet 2, Treas- urer 3, President 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Heinze Electric Co.; Stop and Shop, Inc. — Hobby: Sports — Probable Occupation: Retail food distribution. ALBERT RONALD BEAN lis Slim ma- .SVnr Qiiiiu-il, Muss, hidiistrial kihilioiis S.A.M. 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Daggett Chocolate Co.; I ' Aohe Newspaper Co.; Shawmut Inc. — Hobbies: Autos, football, basket- ball — Probable Occupation: Industrial relations. CHARLES NORMAN BENNETT 69 Ruiid Street Sharon, Mass. Accounting Accounting Society 4 — Section Representative 1. RICHARD A. BENNETT mi Main Street Uolden, Ma.is. Accounting " Dick " — Married — One daughter — Hus-Skiers 1, ' i, . ' ! ( Vice-Pres. ) 4 — Yacht Club 1, i — Accounting Society 4 — Service Record: U. S. Marines 1944-47 — Co-op Work Record: Town of Concord — Hobbies: Skiing, swimming — Probable Occupation: Public account- DONALD ROBERT BENSON 17 Wiiithrop Areniie Beverly, Mass. Finance and Insurance " Don " — Husky Key 1 — Investment Society 3 (Sec), 4 (Vice- Pres.), 5 (Pres. ) — Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Electric Products Inc. — Hobbies: Collecting books, hockey, golf — Probable Occupa- tion: Insurance. STANLEY M. BLACKMAN 108 Intervale Street Roxbury, Mass. Indu.itrial Relations " Stan " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — S.A.M. — Sigma Society — Co-op Work Record: B. F. Goodrich — Hobbies: Reading, sports — Probable Occupation: Industrial relations. ALAN S. BLOOM 48 Williams Street Brookline, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Al " — Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 — American Marketing Association 4, 5 — Husky Key 1, 2 — Silver Masque 3, 4, 5 (Publicity) — Tennis Club 2 — News 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: Combined .lewish Appeal; Imperial Clothing Co.; Trimount Clothing Co. — Hobbies: Fishing, riding — Probable Occupation: Advertising. THOMAS RICHARD BOLDUC 101 Wutertoirii Street Watertnirn, Muss. Marketing and .Idvertisini " Tom " — Hus-Skiers 1,2 — Advertising Club 3, 4, 3 — American Marketing Association 3, 4, 5 (Pres.) — Camera Club 1 — Husky Key 1 — News 1, 2 — Co-op Work Record: Parker Hardware Co.; Shepard Clark Co.; Potter Press — Hobby: Photography — Prob- able Occupation: Salesman. PAUL JOHN BONAIUTO 34 Emerald Street Maiden, Mass. Accounting Hus-Skiers 2, 3, 4, 5 — Accounting Society 5 — Co-op Work Record: Polaroid Corporation; Massachusetts Civil Defense Agency; Brock- ton and Taunton Gas Co. — Hobbies: Skiing, hunting, swimming, tennis — Probable Occupation: Lawyer. STODDARD BOWKER J7 Ottawa Road Arlington, Mass. Biisiness Management " Studs " — I.R.C. 3, 4 — S.A.M. 4 — Service Record: V. S. Coast Guard 1945-46 — Co-op Work Record: Albert Basse Associates; New England Trading Corp.; Trimount Plastic Co. — Hobbies: Golf, sports — Probable Occupation: Methods analysis or production control. WILBUR F. BOWLES Gl Quint Avenue Tl ' olla.ston, Mass. Industrial Relation.i KENNETH A. BROWN 3S Deerholm Street yorth Grafton, Mass. Business Managem ent " Ken " — Alpha Kappa Sigma 2 (Grand Questor), 3 (Grand- Questor), 4, 5 (Acting Grand Councilor) — I.F.C. 2 (Delegate), 5 (Pres.) — S.. .M. 5 — Co-op W ' ork Record: Reed-Prentice Corp. — Hobbies: Bowling, swimming — Probable Occupation: Production control. CHARLES G. BURKE ■50 Lewis Street Lynn, Mass. Accounting " Charlie " — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Accounting Society 2, 3, 4, 5 — Debating Club 2 — Clas s Cabinet 4 — Co-op Work Record: A. C. Lawrence Lea Co.; American Machine Foundry — Hobbies: Hunt- ing, fishing — Probable Occupation: Public Accounting. DANIEL WILLIAM CAHILL 16 Border Street Whitinsi ' ille, Mass. Finance and Insurance " Dan " — Married — Freshman Honor List — Husky Key 1 — In- vestment Society 2, 3, 4 (Treas.), 5 — Service Record: V. S. Army Signal Corps 1946-48 — Co-op Work Record: Worcester County Trust Co. — Hobbies: Hunting, scouting — Probable Occupation: Banking or insurance. CLARK F. CAMPBELL 74 Fenway Boston, Mass. Finance and Insurance " Soupy " — Married — Football 2, 3, 4 — Biology Club 4, 5 — I.R.C. 3, 4 — Investment Society 2, 3, 4 — Service Record: J. S. Army 1951-53 — Co-op Work Record: Pioneer Mutual Life Insur- ance Company; Wiel-Pierson Commercial Brokers — Probaljle Occupation: Insurance. JAMES E. CAMPION 39 DeLo. s Street Framingham, Mass. Accounting " Camp " — Hockey 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Metcalf and Eddy; Alfred Hopkins Assoc. — Hobby: Sports — Probable Oc- cupation: Industrial accounting. r - 4 1 PAUL A. CATERINA lOo Bvicit Street Helmoiil. Ma.s-s. Murkiiiiuj aitd Adrerlisiitg " Cat " — Married — Football 1 — Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 — Amer- ican Marketing Association 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Herald-Traeeler; Sears Roebuck Co.; Sanborn Company — Hobby: Golf — Probable Occupation: Civil Service. ROBERT A. CLINE 22 Ridgeioay Street Qnincy, Mann. Business Management Freshman Honor List — Track 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (Assistant Coach) — S.A.M. 4, 5 — Most Valuable Player, Track 1953 — Co-op Work Re- cord: Richard Hardware and Plumbing Supply Co. — Hobbies: Motorboating, fishing, beer drinking — Probable Occupation: Sales work. RICHARD J. COMMINS 9J Eastern Arenne Arlington, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Dick " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 — American Marketing .Association 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Dagget Chocolate Co.; Northeastern LTniversity; Dun and Bradstreet — Hobbies: Sports, stamps, golf — Probable Occupation: Salesman. ALAN T. CONLON 54 Osborne Road Medford, Mass. Aecoiinting " Skip " — Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 — Football 1 — Accounting Society 5 — Co-op Work Record: Traveler ' s Insurance Co. — Hobbies: Sports — Probable Occupation: Insurance. EDMUND J. CORRY 16.. ' Mont rale Arenne Wohnrn. Mass. Industrial Relations " Mickie " — Phi Beta Alpha — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M. 4, 5 — Student Council 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: James H. Miller Mfg. Co.; Diamond Mfg. Co. — Hobbies: Sports, reading, dancing — Probalile Occupa- tion: Production control. JAMES M. COSTELLO 15 Mnrrai Street Wakfjiehf, Ma. s. Finance and Insurance " Jim " — Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5 — I.R.C. 3, 4, 5 — Investment Society 4, 5 (Pres.) — Camera Club 4, 5 (Sec.-treas.) — Co-op Work Re- cord: John Hancock Mutual Life Assurance Co. — Service Record: U. S. Marine Corps 1950-52 — Hobbies: Golf — Probable Occupa- tion: Finance. JOHN V. COSTELLO 17 Bnnton Street Milton, Mass. Finance and Insurance " Jack " — Baseball 2, 3, 4 — Basketball 2, 3, 4 — Investment So- ciety 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: J. L. Haramett: Travelers Insur- ance Co. — Hobbies: Tennis, golf — Probable Occupation: Insurance. RICHARD CHARLES COX .36 ' Plymontli Arenne ' Milton, Mass. Industrial Relations " Dick " — Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 — Basketball 1, 2 — Football 1, 2, 3, 4 — S.A.M. 5 — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern University — Hobbies: Sports, girls — Probable Occupation: Labor field. ROBERT CRIPPS R.F.D. .J Norwich, Conn. Business Management " Bob " —Gamma Phi Kappa 3 (Treas.), 4 (Vice-pres.) — S.A.M. 4, 5 _ Choral Society 1 — Service Record: U. S. Army 1946- ' " Co-op Work Record: Hunt Spiller Mfg. Corp. classical music. Hobbies: Stamps, BRIAN C. CROWLEY S6 Otis Street Milton, Mass. Accovnting " Bri " _ Track 4 — Co-op Work Record: New England Mutual Lite Insurance Co.; J. L. Hammett Co.; Federal Milk Market Administra- tion — Hobbies: Golf, Softball, basketball, tennis — Probable Occu- pation: Accounting. FREDERICK R. CUBILEWICH :il Woodrow Arenne Dorchester, Mass. Business Management " Fred " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Psych Club 2, 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M. 3, 4, 5 — Tennis Club 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Simco Sales Inc.; Sears Roebuck and Co.; Timothy Smith ' s Dept. Store; Wra. Filene ' s and Sons Co. — Hobbies: Photo- graphy, stamp collecting and reading — Probable Occupation: Business management. GEORGE W. CULLINGTON U Smith Arenne Lexington, Mass. Business Management " ■Web " — Hus-Skiers 5 — Yacht Club 1, 2, 5 — S.A.M. 5 — Tennis Club 1 — Co-op Work Record: 100 Memorial Drive, Apts. salesman; Curtis Publishing Co.; Abbott Worsted Co. — Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, skiing — Probable Occupation: Industrial Salesman. f ,5 ' RICHARD H. CUSHMAN oS Monton Street Needhajn Heights, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Dick " — Advertising Club 5 — American Marketing Association 5 — Band 1, 2, 3, 4 — Dance Band — Co-op Work Record: Charles M. Cox and Co. Inc.; Jordan Marsh; Kennedy ' s and Co. — Hobby: Automobiles — Probable Occupation: Advertising (copy writing). MICHAEL J. CZECHOWSKI 31 St. Margaret Street Dorchester, Mass. Maria-ting and Advertising " Mike " — Advertising Club 4, 5 — American Marketing Association 4, 5 — Tennis Club 2, 3 — Co-op Work Record: M. Spinelli and Sons; Samuel Bloom and Son — Hobbies: Fishing, bowling, folk dan- cing, golf — Probable Occupation: Marketing. DONALD F. DALEY 34 Pond Street Milton, Mass. Marketing and Advertising Dean ' s List 4 — Baseball 2, 3, 4, 5 — Advertising Club 4, 5 — Amer- ican Marketing Association 4, 5 — Class Vice President 3 -- Co-op Work Record: Mason-Neilan Regulator Co. — Hobbies: Sports — Probable Occupation: Marketing. PHILIP G. DALRYMPLE 250 Franklin Street Melrose, Mass. Business Management " 0al " — S.A.M. 4, 5 — Band 1, 2, 3, 4 (Sec), 5 (Conductor) — Bacchanalians 1 — Co-op Work Record: Shepard Clark Co. — Hobbies: Automobiles, music. PETER DANIELSON IJ,J, Luke Strcii Arlington, Mans. Mark-cling iiiul Ailrnilxing " Pete " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Advertising Club 5 — American Marketing Association 5 — Co-op Work Record: Self-employed — Hobbies: Hockey, golf, bowling — Probable Occu- pation: Sales. MICHAEL DeCRISTOFORO 3:.i4 Concord Slrccl llolllslon, Masx. Marketing and Adrcrtising " Mike " — Beseball 2, 3, 4 — Advertising Club 1 — Marketing Club 1 — Co-op Work Record: Jordan Marsh Co.; Dunn and Brad- street — Hobbies: Sports, making money — Probable Occupation: Credit reporter. ALPHONSE R. DeROSA 44 ' 1- Edward Road East Boston, Mass. Finance and Insurance " A " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2 — Investment Society 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co. — Probable Occuaption: Insurance. CHARLES W. DEVARENNES ISS nillcrest Road Nccdkam, Mass. Business Management " Charlie " — Married — Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Capt.) — Hockey 1, 2, 4 — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1951-53 — Co-op Work Record: First National Bank of Boston; Beacon Plastics Corp. — Hobbies: Sports — Probable Occupation: Sales. GEORGE DIMITRAKIS 1471 Centre Street Roslindale, Mass. Accounting " Dimi " — Married — Accounting Society 3, 4 — Service Record: U. S. Air Force 1945-48 — Co-op Work Record: Employers Liability Insurance Co.; Baird Associates — Hobbies: Photography, painting — Probable Occupation: Accounting, salesmanship. ANTHONY DiSARCINA SI Thorpe Street Somerville, Mass. Management " Tony " — Dean ' s List 2, 4 — Co-op Work Record: J. L. Hammett Co., B.B. Chemical Co. — Hobby: Photography — Probable Occu- pation: Industrial management. THEODORE DLOTT 20 Jefferson Avenue Chelsea, Mass. Accounting " Ted " — Kappa Zeta Phi 4 (Chaplain) — Inter Fraternity Council 3, 4 (Sec.-treas. ) 5 — Accounting Society 3, 4, 5 — Husky Key 4 — Co-op Work Record: R. H. White, John Hancock Life Insurance Co. — Hobbies: Fishing, photography — Probable Occupation; Private accounting. KENNETH L. DOANE 2£ ] ' ind.mr Road Milton, Mass. Marketini and Advertising " Ken " — Advertising Club 4, 5 — American Marketing Association 4, 5 — Camera Club 1, 2, 3 — Service Record: U. S. Marines 1951-52 — Co-op Work Record: J. Walter Thompson Company; Fuller Brush Company; Brooks Brothers — Hobbies: Golf, photography. EDWARD F. DOHERTY 32 Bailey Street Boston, Mass. Industrial Relations " Ed " — Dean ' s List 3 — Debating Club 1, 2, 3 (Sec), 4 (Treas.), 5 — S.A.M. 3, 4, 5 (Treas.) — Co-op Work Record: James O. Welch Co. — Hobbies: Sports, photography — Probable Occupation: Per- sonnel work. LEO F. DOWNING 94 Madison Street Dedham, Mass, Marketing and Advertising " Leo " — Hockey 1 (Mgr.) — Advertising Club 2, 3, 1, 5 — Ameri- can Marketing Association 2, 3, 4, 3 (Sec.) — Debating Club 1 — Service Record: U. S. Army 1951-52 — Co-op Work Record: Frank ' s Service Station, Northeastern University, Four Corners Esso — Hobby: Golf — Probable Occupation: Sales. HAROLD V. DUFFY 52 W. Tremlctt Street Dorchester, Mass. Finance and Insurance " Duff " — Baseball 1 — Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (Manager) — Invest- ment Society 2, 3, 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 1 — Varsity Club — Co-op Work Record: Travelers Insurance Co.; Timothy Smith ' s Inc., United Business Service — Hobbies: Sports, reading — Probable Occupation: Insurance broker. DALTON B. D WELLE Y ]. ' )!.-) ] ' .F.W. Parkicaij West Rox-bnry, Mass. Accounting " Bryce " — Married — Norwich University — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 5 — Accounting Society 3, 4, 5 (Pres.) — Sigma Delta Epsilon — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1944-49 — Co-op Work Record: Walter Baker Choc, and Cocoa Division of General Foods — Hobbies: Autoraobiels, mechanics — Probable Occupation: Account- ing. JANET ALBEE DWELLEY 1515 V.F.]V. Parkway West Ro.xbury, Mass. Marketing and Advertising Married — University of Alaska — Omega Sig na 4 (Rep.) — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 — Art Club 4 — Silver Masque 2 — Student LTnion 1 — Sears B. Condit Award 5 — Sigma Delta Epsilon — Service Record: WAVES 1944-46 — Co-op Work Record: Pioneer Mutual In- surance Co.; Town Planning Board, Wellesley — Hobby: Painting. RICHARD B. EGAN 5.36 Walnut Street Ncuionrille, Mass. B}isiness Management Management Society 3 — Yacht Club 1. WILLIAM S. EPSTEIN 359 Tappan Street Brookline, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Eppy " — Sigma Kappa Psi — Hockey 1, 2, 3 (Manager) — Silver Masque 1 — Advertising Club 4, 5 — A.M. A. 4, 5 — Tennis Club 2, 3 — Co-op Work Record: Pilgrim Badge and Label Corp. — Hobbies: Dancing, swimming, tennis, bowling — Probable Occupation: Salesman. JOSEPH ESSEGIAN 101 ]]-oo,ls .irriine Soilierrille. . lass. Finance and Iiisnrance " Joe " — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1948-49 — Co-op Work Record: Lumberman ' s Mutual Casualty Insurance Co.; Boston Mutual Life Insurance Co. — Hobbies: Swimming, hockey, baseball — Intra- mural Softball 1, 2, 3, 4 — Probable Occupation: Insurance under- writer. JAMES C. FAHEY r. Sprinii I ' arl; Airiiiic Ko«lo,i. Sinxs. Accoiiiiliiig " Jim " — Dean ' s List -i — Accounting Society 2, 3, 4 — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1942-48 — Co-op Work Record: Maloney Packing Co. — Hobbies: Sports, music, reading — Probable Occu- pation: Public accountant. JAMES M. FINGOLD 11 ' Wiiifhrop Road liroohliiie, Manx, ilnrkcliiig anil Adi ' crfixiiu " Jim " — Sigma Kappa Psi — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List ••2, 3, 4 — Cross Country 1 — Hockey 1, 2, .5 (. ss ' t. Manager) — .-Vdvertising Club 3, 4, 5 (Pres.) — Track 1 — American Marketing . ssociation 3, 4 (V.-pres.), 5 (Pres.) — Tennis Club 2 — Co-op Work Record: New England Decorating Supply Co.; National Wool Marketing Corporation — Hobbies: Golf, stamps, bowling — Prob- able Occupation: Marketing. FRANKLIN FISH 96 Smilh Street No. Atllcboro. Masx. IiiHiistrial Relations " Whitey " — Married — Basketball 1 — S.. .M. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Company; E. F. King Inc. — Hobbies: Sports, photography — Probable Occupation: Business. EDWARD J. FOLEY 105 Greemeood Avenue Wakefield, Mass. Accounting " Ed " — Accounting Society — Service Record: V. S. Army Air Force 1946-47 — Co-op Work Record: B. and M. Railroad — Hob- bies: Baseball, golf, swimming — Probable Occupation: Industrial accounting. ROBERT GLASBERG 12S Gordon Road Waban, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Bob " — Football 2, 3, 4, 5 — Advertising Club 4, 5 — American Marketing Association 4, 5 — Service Record: Marine Corps Reserve — Co-op Work Record: Evelyn Hat Co. — Hobby: Fishing — Probable Occupation: Salesman. JOSEPH DONALD GOLDMAN lOBeals Street Brookline, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Joe " — Sigma Kappa Psi (Pledge Master) — Advertising Club 3, 4 (Vice-Pres. ), 5 — American Marketing Association 3, 4, 5 — Inter- fraternity Council 4, 5 — Tennis Club 2, 3 — Class Cabinet 1 — Co-op Work Record: Wm. Filenes Sons Company — Probable Oc- cupation: Marketing. GARDNER L. GOULD 206 Warre7i Road Framingham, }[ass. Finance and Insnrance " Gardy " — Freshman Honor List — Hockey 1 — Hus-Skiers 3 — Investment Society 3, 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Wellesley National Bank; Louis P. Mott and Co. — Hob- bies: Sports, reading books — Probable Occupation: Investment. ROBERT L. GRANLUND 293 Commonwealth Avenue Boston, Mass. Marketing and Advertising ' w mA ROBERT C. GRANO 61 Rhinccliff Street Arlington Mass. Finance and Insurance " Burly Bob " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Sigma Society — Hus-Skiers 3, 4, 5 — Art Club 4, 5 — Investment Society 3, 5 — Cauldron i — Co-op Work Record: Boston Stock Exchange; Liberty Mutual Insurance Co.; Raytheon Mfg. Co. RICHARD GREEN 1S2 Rufhi-en Street Boston, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Dickie " — Sigma Kappa Psi — Advertising Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — American Marketing Association 3, 4, 5 (Pres. ) — I.R.C. 4 — Silver Masque 1, 2, 3 — Class Cabinet 1, 3, 4, 5 — Freshman Treasurer — Freshman Declamation Contest 4th prize — Co-op Work Record: New England Decorator ' s Supply Co. — Hobbies: Girls, swimming, boat building — Probable Occupation: Own business. RICHARD CHALMERS GREEN 119 Lincoln Street Newton Highlands, Mass. Business Management " Dick " — Dean ' s List 5 — Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 4, 5 — Husky Key 4 — S.A.M. 3, 4, 5 — Service Record: U. S. Army 1950-52 — Co-op Work Record: Easterling Sterling Co.; New England Confectionary Co. — — Hobbies: Auto mechanics, skiing — Probable Occupation: Produc- ■ tion supervision or industrial sales. FRANCIS J. GUZZI 90 Webster Street Netcton, Mass. Accounting Accounting Society 4. RAYMOND R. HAGGERTY 14 " 2 We.it Street Northampton, Mass. Accounting " Hagg " — Gamma Phi Kappa — Interfraternity Council — Dean ' s List 2, 4 — Football 1 — Hus-Skiers 3 — Yacht Club 3 — Account- ing Society 2 (Treas.), 5 — Co-op Work Record: Filene ' s; Checker Cab. ARNOLD H. HAPPEN Y 23 Beacon Street Qnincy, Mass. Accounting " Hap " — Accounting Society 4, 5. FRANK L. HARVEY 784 Maple Street Manchester, New Hampshire Finance and Insurance Investment Society 3, 4, 5 — Co-op — Probable Occupation: Insurance. " Harv " — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Work Record: Nashua Trust Co. RAYMOND H. HASKELL £S Ckanning Street Belmont, Mass. Finance and Insurance " Bud " — Married — Hus-Skiers 1 — Investment Society 3, 4 (Pub- licity comm.), 5 — Co-op Work Record: New England Mutual Life Insurance Co. — Boston Mutual Life Insurance Co. — Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, bowling, golf — Probable Occupation: Life in- surance. ROBERT A. HATCHER ,)7) Pine Slrn-I Maiirliexicr, Ma.s«. Acco Hilling " Hatch " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 4 — Accounting Society 3, 4, 5 (Pres.) — Service Record: U. S. Army 1946-48 — Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Electric Products Inc. — Hobby: Photography — Probable Occupation: Public accounting. CARL FREDERICK HERTEL 4r, PIcasaiil Stircl Ea«t WalpoU; jl n.s ' .v. Business Maiiagi ' iiicnt Hus-Skiers 3 — S.A.M. 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Kendall Mills; Mass. State Planning Board: Atlas Engineering Co. — Hobbies: Hunting, automobiles, photography — Probable Occupation: Pro- duction or purchasing. HERBERT P. HOLMGREN, JR. Pit month St red Halifax, Mass. Aceoiinfing " Herb " — Married — One son — Cross Country 1 — Accounting Society 5 — Camera Club 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern University; William . . Ingram, C.P.A. — Hobbies: Hunting, dancing, photography — Probable Occupation: Public accounting. CHARLES A. HOVASAPIAN 16 Laurel Street Watertown, Mass. Accounting " Charlie " — Freshman Honor List — Accounting Society 5 — Co- op Work Record: Godfrey L. Cabot, Inc. — Hobbies: Collecting jazz records, sports — Probable Occupation: Accounting. WILLIAM J. HUNT 49 Porter Street Maiden, Mass. Accounting " Bill " — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Accounting Society 2, 3, 4, 5 — Student Council 3, 4, 5 — Service Record: U. S. Army 1947-48 — Co-op Work Record: National Casket Co.; Herbert French Co. — Hobbies: Golf, tennis, bowling — Probable Occupation: Public Accounting. JOHN P. JENSEN 356 Haverhill Street Reading, Mass. Finance and Insurance " Jack " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — Investment Society 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Mass. Bonding and Insurance Co.; Eaton and Howard, Inc., Investment Managers — Hobbies; Bowling, basketball — Probable Occupation: Investment field, security analyst. CHARLES S. JOHNSON IS Fairmont Street Arlington, Mass. Business Management " Chuck " — Freshman Honor List — Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4 — Track 1, 2, 3, 4 (Capt.) — S.A.M. — Student Council 5 — Co-op W ' ork Record: Polaroid Co. — Hobbies: Reading, bowling, skating — Probable Occupation: Industry, quality control. LAWRENCE JOSEPH JONES 134 Salem Street Maiden, Mass. Bnsiness Management " Larry " — Married — Camera Club 4, 5 — S.A.M. 4, 5 — Service Record: U. S. Army 1943-46 — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern L niversity — Hobbies: Golf, camera club. v, MARTIN P. JOSEPH 285 East Street Weymouth, Mass. Marheting and Advertising " Marty " — Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 — American Marketing Association 3, 4, 5 (Treas.) —Co-op Work Record: Jordan Marsh Co.; Brookline Trust Co. — Hobbies: Philately, dancing — Prob- able Occupation: Marketing. JOHN J. JOYNT, JR. H Leland Street Somerville, Mass. Acconnting " Jackie " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Ac- counting Society 4, 5 — Service Record: U. S. Army 1946-48 — Co- op Work Record: Jordan Marsh; Charles M. Cox Co. — Hobbies: Swimming, skiing, dancing — Probable Occupation: Public . c- counting. HASKELL KAIZERMAN 46 Wellington Hill Street Maxtapan, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Hank " — Sigma Kappa Psi (Recording Scribe) — Dean ' s List 3 — American Marketing Asso. 4, 5 — Silver Masque 3, 4, 5 — N. U. Scholarship 4 — Co-op Work Record: Jordan Marsh Co.; Paine Furniture Co.; M.I.T.; Morton Cafe Inc. — Hobbies: Women, sports — Probable Occupation: Marketing. ALEXANDER D. KARADIMOS 29 Winthrop Street Maiden, Mass. Aecounting " Al " — Freshman Honor List — Accounting Society 4 — Service Record: U. S. Army 1942-46 — Co-op Work Record: B. M. Rail- road — Hobbies: Fishing, boating, golf. DONALD ARTHUR KARAS 29t) Tap pan Street Brook-line, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Don " — Baseball 1 — Basketball 1, 2 — Hus-Skiers i, 5 — Adver- tising Club 3, 4, 5 — Husky Key 2, 3 — Tennis Club 1, 2 — Golf Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Service Record: U. S. Naval Reserves — Co-op Work Record: Franklin Simon Co., N. Y.; Gilchrist Co. — Hobby: Sports — Probable Occupation; Retailing or public relations. WALTER A. KASPER 11 Varney Terrace Lynn, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Walt " — Married — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 Advertising Club 4, 5 — American Marketing .Association 4, 5 — Service Record: U. S. Army 1946-49 — Co-op Work Record: Advertising Associates — Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, boating — Probable Occupation: Salesman. RICHARD JOSEPH KATTAR 55 High Street Andover, Mass. Indn-itrial Relations " Dick " — Married — S.A.M. 5 — Class Cabinet 3, 4 — Nat ' l Asso- ciation of Suggestion Systems — Co-op Work Record: Shepherd and Laplante, Inventory and Tax Consultants; Gregstrom Plastics, Inc.; Sylvania Electric — Hobbies: Mechanics, swimming — Prob- able Occupation: Industrial and labor relations. MICHAEL JOSEPH KEARNEY 131 Garfield Avenue Chelsea, Mass. Finance and Insurance " Mike " — Freshman Honor List — Baseball 1 — Football 1, 2, 3, 4 — Hockey 1 — Track 4 — Investment Society 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. — Hobbies: Football, girls — Probable Occupation: Insurance field. DAVID JACOB KLINE 3!) Elm Hill Am, ,11 ' Roxbi,r! , Mas.i. Accoin,tii,g " Dave " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, i, 5 — Ac- counting Society i, 3, 4, 5 (Pub. chairman) — Sigma Society 5 — Husky Key 1, 2 — Ca„ldroi, i — Student Union 1, 2 — Co-op Work Record: R. H. White ' s Corp.; Melfore Machine, Inc. — Hobbies: Fishing, record collecting, reading — Probable Occupation: Accounting. LUKE PAUL LALLY 37 IVcstminxler Avenue Arli),gtoi,, Mass. Marketing and Adrerlising Football 1, 2, 3, 4 — Hus-Skiers 1, 2 (Treas. ), 3 (V-pres. ), 4, 5 — — Advertising Club 1, 2 — A.M. A. 1, 2, 3 — Co-op Work Record: West Roxbury Crushed Stone Co.; Jordan Marsh Co.; J. Walter Thompson; Sutherland-Abbott — Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, boating — Probable Occupation: Advertising. JOHN F. LARDNER 30 Foster Street Lo„-cll, Mass. Indn. ' :lrial Relations " Jack " — P n ' Beta Alpha — Hus-Skiers 3 — Yacht Club 1— Husky Key 2 — S.. .M. 1 — Co-op Work Record: Newmarket Mfg. Co.; Loyalty Group Insurance Co. — Hobbies: Skiing, football. ROBERT R. L ' HOMME S5 Chestnut Street Southbridge, Mass. Industrial Relations " Bob " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M. 3, 4, 5 (V. Pres.) — Service Record: U. S. Coast Guard 1946-49 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co.; Allis-Chalmers Mfg. Co.; Hathaway Bakeries Inc.; Russell Harrington Cutlery Co. — Hob- bies: Tennis, printing, meteorology — Probable Occupation: Labor relations. DONALD R. N. MacKAY .3.3 Crystal Core Winthrop, Mass. Industrial Relations Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, 4. NEIL D. MacKAY 63 Sargent Street Melrose, Mass. Bvsiness Management Boston L ' niversity Law School 5 — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — S.A.M. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Class Vice President 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Plastic Molding Corp. — Hobbies: Boating, fishing — Probable Occupa- tion: Attorney at law. JOHN PATRICK MAGUIRE 14 Walnut Arenue Rerere, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Mac " — Married — Calvin Coolidge College — Advertising Club 4 — American Marketing Ass ' n 4 — Camera Club 3 — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1943-46 — Co-op Work Record: Samuel Bloom and Son — Hobbies: Photography, auto mechanics — Probable Occupation: Advertising production. GREGORY MALKASIAN 9 W. Boi l.ston Street Watcrto,rn, Mass. Bvsiness Management " Chico " — S.A.M. 4, 5 — Choral Society 1 — Co-op Work Record: J. L. Hammett Co.; Alson Hardware Co.; Boston Woven Hose; John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co. — Hobbies: Pocket billiards, baseball, bending — Probable Occupation: Business management. JEROME LEONARD MALTZ 25 Fessendcn Street Mattapan, Mass. Business Management " Jerry ' " — Married — Dean ' s List 4 — Camera Club 1 — S.A.M. 5 — Hayden Scholarship 1, 5 — Co-op Work Record: American Automobile Ass ' n; Lumberman ' s Mutual Casualty Co.; Chadis Roth Knitwear Co. — Probable Occupation: Statistics. EDWARD L. MARTIN -2Jf Botcden Street Lowell, Mass. Bvsi7iess Management " Ed " — Football 1, 2, 3 — Track 1,2 — Investment Society 4, 5 — S.A.M. 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 3 (Chairman) 3 (Viee-pres.) — Hobbies: Martin Enterprises; Eastern Contractors Inc. — Probable Occupation: Avidly pursuing above hobbies. NORMAN H. MARTIN, JR. 2 H ' achii. ell Cirrle Lexington, Moss. Accounting " Norm " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Account- ing Society 2, 3, 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 3, 4, 5 — Junior Prom Com- mittee — Senior Week Committee (Finance chairman) — Sigma Society — Co-op Work Record: Chandler Co.; Cabert Mfg. Co., Inc. — Hobbies: Sports, woodworking — Probable Occupation: Ac- counting and purchasing. ROBERT GLEN MATHIESON 20 Mineral Street Reading, Mass. Accounting " Bob " — Married — Two sons — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Accounting Society 2, 3, 4 — Camera Club 2, 3 — Silver Masque 3, 4 (Bus. mgr) — Class Cabinet 1 — Sigma Society — Service Record: U.S. Navy 1944-46 — Co-op Work Record: Weil- Pearson Co.; Wade Tool Co. — Hobbies: Auto racing, photography — Probable Occupation: Accounting. RICHARD ARNOLD McBRIDE So. Windsor Street South Royalton, Vermont Bu. iness Management " Mac " — Gamma Phi Kappa — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Basketball, Inter-frat 3 — Hus-Skiers 2 — S.A.M. 5 — Co-op Work Record: Cone . utomatic Machine Co.; Barbour Stockwell Co.; Freeman Art Co. — Hobbies: Social life, skiing, tennis — Probable Occupation: Industrial management. CHARLES JOSEPH McDONALD, JR. 14 Duncan Street Dorchester, Mass. Business Management " Charlie " — University of Massachusetts — Dennison University — S.A.M. 3, 4, 5 (Pres.) — Choral Society 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Silver Masque 1, 2 — Co-op Work Record: J. L. Hammett Co.; Joseph Warren Co.; Loyalty Group Insurance Co.; Bemis Bros. Bag Co. — Hobbies: Traveling, photography — Probable Occupation: Purchasing. WALTER M. Mcdonough 21 Melbourne Road Milton, Mass. Finance and Insurajice " Wally " — Investment Society 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.; Sanborn Co. — Hobbies: Tennis, dancing — Probable Occupation: Insurance agent. JAMES A. McGILL, JR. 39 Spring Street Brockton, Mass. Accounting " Shamus " — Stonehill College — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2 — Accounting Society 3, 4 — Service Record: U.S. Navy 1945- 48 — Co-op Work Record: Saco-Lowell Shops — Hobbies: Bowling, swimming — Probable Occupation: Public accountant. ?? " LEONARD J. McMAHAN ' ' )o Fairrifir Street Rosliiidale, iJass. Marketing and Advertising " Mac " — Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 — American Marketing Associ- ation 3, -t, 5 — Class Cabinet 2 — Co-op Work Record: Wm. Filenes Sons Company — Probable Occupation: Salesman. JAMES L. McPHEE 10 Doneastcr iStreet lioslindalc, J oavv. Business Management " Jim " — Dean ' s List 2 — S.A.M. 4, 5 — Service Record: U.S. Navy 1946-49 — Co-op Work Record: Macalaster Bicknell Company — Probable Occupation: Salesman. WILLIS C. MERRILL, JR. I?l Lindbergh Arenne Needham, Mass. Business Management " Will " — Phi Beta Alpha 3, 4, 5 (Pres.) — Freshman Honor List — AVics 3, 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 3, 4, 5 — Senior Week Committee — 2 . ssociated Industries of Mass. Scholarships — Co-op Work Record: Boston Woven Hose Rubber Co. — Hobbies: Skiing, sailing — Probable Occupation: Salesman. WILLIAM MERUSI SI Winthrop Street Framingham, Mass. Business Management " Moose " —Gamma Phi Kappa — Football 2, 3, 4 — S.A.M. 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: B. Perini and Sons; Raytheon — Hobbies: Golf, tennis — Probable Occupation: Production control. JOSEPH C. MILLER 30 Mountefort Street Boston, Mass. Marketing and Advertising GEORGE K. MUHLBERG Oak Street Cochituate, Mass. Accounting " Mul " — Hus-Skiers 4, 5 — Accounting Society 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Cambridge Gas and Electric Light Company; Babson Re- ports; American Machine and Foundry Company — Hobbies: Cur- rent events, stamp collecting — Probable Occupation: Accounting. THOMAS E. MURPHY, JR. 4S Beldon Street Dorchester, Mass. Industrial Relations " Murph " — Phi Beta Alpha 3 (Sgt.-at-arms) — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M. 4, 5 — Student Council 3, 4, 5 (Treas. ) — Class Cabinet 3, 4, 5 — Senior Week Committee — Co-op Work Record: John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance — Hob- bies: Sports; dancing, reading — Probable Occupation: Industrial relations. ' ' N. TIMOTHY MURRAY 107 Maple Place Dedham, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Tim " — Husky Key 1, 2, 3, 4 ( ' ice-pres), 5 (Pres. ) — Co-op Work Record: Boston Herald - Traveler ; Decatur Hopkins VVholesaler; Jordan Marsh; Armory Foundry — Hobbies: Golf, swimming — Probable Occupation: Industrial sales. THOMAS K. NEWELL, JR. 474 Commonwealth Ai-eniie Boston, Mass. Finance and Insurance " Tom ' " — Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 — Football 1, 2, 3, 4,5 (Manager) — Hus-Skiers 4, 5 — Camera Club 4, 5 — Investment Society 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (Sec.) — Service Record: U.S. Marine Corps 1950-52 — Co-op Work Record: Converse Rubber Co. — Hobby: Sports — Probable Occupation: Selling. MELVIN NORRIS ISO Bonad Road BrooMine, Mass. Marketing and Advertising ' ■Mel " —Sigma Kappa Psi — Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 — American Marketing Ass ' n. 3, 4, 5 (Vice-Pres.) — Inter Fraternity Council 3, 4 (Vice-pres. ), 5 — Tennis Club 2, 3 — Co-op Work Record: San- born Co.; Boston Globe; J. Walter Thompson Co. — Probable Occu- pation: Foreign marketing. ROBERT WILLIAM O ' CONNOR ISS Albemarle Road Neicion, Mass. Business Management " Okie " — Married — One daughter — Freshman Honor List — S.A.M. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: United Community Services of Metropolitan Boston; Capitol Theatre Supply Co.; R.H. White ' s — Hobbies: Sailing, travel, reading — Probable Occupation: Sales or management work. ROBERT W. OLSEN 133 Bartlett Avenue Belmont, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Whitey " —Gamma Phi A ' appa — Hus-Skiers 4, 5 — Advertising Club 4, 5 — American Marketing Association 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Gainey ' s Construction Newsletter — Probable Occupation: Sales. ALLAN ERNEST ORAM 36 Pond Street Marblehead, Mass. Accounting " Al " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Accounting Society 4, 5 — Sigma Society — Sears B. Condit Award 3,4 — Alumni Award — Co-op Work Record: Essex Trust Co.; Stewart, Watts, and Bollong — Hobbies: Baseball, swimming — Probable Occupation: Public accounting. GERALD F. O ' ROURKE 3Sr2 Massachusetts Avenue Arlington, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Gerry " — Married — One daughter — Vermont Junior College — Boston University — . dvertising Club 4, 5 — American Marketing Ass ' n 4, 5 — Service Record: U.S. Marine Corps, 1944-47, 1950-51 — Co-op Work Record: Dunn and Bradstreet, Inc. — Hobbies: Sports, reading — Probable Occupation: Salesmanship. MARSHALL B. PAISNER .54 Angell Street Dorchester, J a.v.v. Marketing and Advertising " Marsh " — Sigma Kappa Psi, (Recording Scribe)— Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4_ ] fews 1— Service Record: U.S. Air Force 1948-49 — Co-op Work Record: Filenes — Hobbies: Golf, card tricks, relaxation — Probable Occupation: Marketing. HERBERT FREDERICK PANDISCIO 4 Fourth Street Fitchburg, Mass. Business Management Gamma Phi Kappa, (President, Secretary, Social chairman. Inter- fraternity representative) — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Football 1,2 — Hus-Skiers 2, 3, 4, 5 — Track 1 — S.A.M. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Pandisco Inc.; Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works — Hobbies: Golf, skiing, football, tennis — Probable Occupation: Teaching. HERMAN W. PARKER 0? Fairrlfir Afeiiiie Lyiiiifiild, ilasf!. Markftuig and Advertising " Herm " — Married — Advertising CluVi 4 — American Marketing Ass ' n. 4 — Class Cabinet 3, 4 — Prom Committee 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: Daily Ei ' ening cm,- Carter ' s Ink Co.; Sylvania Electric Product; General Electric Co. — Hobbies: Golf, photography. THOMAS L. PARKER 61 Wai Unut SIri ' H Dorchester, Ma.s.s. Bnsiness Management " Tom " — Married — Dean ' s List 4 — Debating Club 3 — S.. .M. 4 — Band 1, 2 — Class Cabinet 2 — S.A.M. 3 — Chairman of Sopho- more Prom — Service Record: U.S. Navy 1948-49 — Co-op Work Record: John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co.; Shawmut Wo olen Mill, Inc. — Probable Occupation: I.B.M. systems man or salesman. CHARLES ROBERT PEACOCK 64 Dobson Road Braintree, Manx. Acconnting " Bob " — Gamma Phi Kappa — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — . ccounting Society 5 — Sigma Society — Charles Hayden Memorial Fund — Co-op Work Record: Herbert F. French and Co. — Hobbies: Baseball, golf, reading, pool — Probable Occu- pation: Public accounting. FRANK LOUIS PELLAGATTI County Road Ipswich, Mass. Accounting " Pelli " — Gamma Phi Kappa (Treas., Social chairman) — Account- ing Society 5 — Interfraternity Council 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Cambridge Gas Electric Light Co. — Probable Occu- pation: Hotel Management. RICHARD LEONARD PETERSON 680 Whiting Street Hanorer, Mass. Accounting " Dick " — Accounting Society 5 — Class Cabinet 3, 4 (Vice-Pres) — Co-op Work Record: Western Auto Sales; Barbour Stockwell Com- pany — Hobbies: Farming, modelcraft — Probable Occupation: Public accounting. VINCENT E. PICILLO WVi Hobart Street Danvers, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Vinnie " — Married — One Son — Advertising Club 4, 5 — Ameri- can Marketing Ass ' n 4, 5 — Service Record: U.S. Navy 1942-46 — Hobby: Model railroads — Probable Occupation: Sales. WILLIAM B. FINER, JR. ' 120 School Street Braintree, Mass. Accounting " Bill " — Freshman Honor List, Dean ' s List 3, 4 — Accounting Society 5 — Hobby: Baseball — Probable Occupation: Public Ac- counting. JOSEPH M. PIZZANO SO Mystic Street Medford, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Joe " — Track 2, Advertising Club 2, 3, 4 — American Marketing Association 2, 3 — Co-op Work Record: Dun Bradstreet, Inc.; H.B. Humphrey; Alley Richards, Inc.; B.B. Chemical Company — Hobby: Sports — Probable Occupation: Advertising. ROBERT M. POWERS 29 Benton Road Belmont, Mass. Finance and Insurance " Bob " — Hus-Skiers 4, 5 — Camera Club 4, 5 — Investment Society 2, 3, 4, 5 (Vice-pres.) — Service Record: U.S. Air Force 1951-52 — Co-op Work Record: Eaton and Howard — Hobby: Sports — Probable Occupation: Sales. ROBERT A. PRANSKY 63 Fowler Street Dorchester, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Bob " ' — Married — Sigma Kappa Psi (Corresponding secretary, Pres.) — Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 — American Marketing Association 3, 4, 5 — Band 1, 2, 3 — Interfraternity Council 4, 5 — Richard M. Horowitz Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Co.; Dickie- Raymond Inc. — Hobbies: Boating, music — Probable Occupation: Advertising. MARK E. PRICE, JR. IS New Hampshire Avenne SomeniUe, Mass. Marketing unit Adrertising " Bud " — Advertising Club 5 — American Marketing Association 5 — Class Cabinet 4 — Service Record: U.S. Navy 1945-48 — Co-op Work Record: E.F. Hutton and Co. — Hobbies: Bowling, hunting, fishing — Probable Occupation: Salesman. JOHN T. PURCELL .5,? Cherni Street U ' altham. .Un.s ' .v. Marketing and Advertisi?ig " Bud " — Married — Football 1 — Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 (Capt.) — Advertising Club — American Marketing Ass ' n. — Co-op Work Record: J. Walter Thompson Advertising Agency — Hobby: Mak- ing money — Probable Occupation: Teaching. EDWARD J. REGAN 316 Huntington Avenue Boston, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Ted " — Service Record: U.S. Navy 1942-45; 1947-50 — Advertis- ing Club 3, 4 — American Marketing Ass ' n 4 — Co-op Work Record: Wm. Filenes Sons; Brooks Bros.; Herald Traveler — Hobbies: Music, sports, dancing — Probable Occupation: Advertising agency or sales. ALLAN LEONARD RICE 1 Shundon Road Dorchester, Mass. Accounting " A " — Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5 — Football manager 1,2 — Accounting Society 3, 4, 5 — Debating Club 1, 2 — I.R.C. 1 — Charles Hayden Memorial Scholarship; Associated Industries of Mass. Scholarship 3; College Business Administration 4 — Hobbies: Politics, fishing, reading — Probable Occupation: Accounting, government. ROBERT L. RINGER S9 Stedniaii Street Quiney, Mass. Business Management " Bob " — Dean ' s List 4 — S.A.M. 5 — Co-op Work Record: Jordan Marsh Company; Jones, McDufEe Stratton; Second National Bank; Weymouth Art Leather Company — Hobbies: Swimming, basketball, golf. LEE B. ROBERTS 822 Centre Street Jamicia Plain, Mass. Business Munaiieiiunl " Lee " — Co-op Work Record: Sears Roebuck; Wm. Filenes; M.K.M. Knitting Mills — Hobbies: Golf, fishing, sleeping — Probably Occu- pation: Sales. .r| ALAN L. RODMAN tl Hoberts Roiul Caiiibritlge, Masn. Business Muiiagemeiit " Al " — S.A.M. 5 — Senior Week Committee — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Sanborn Company — Hobbies: Golf, swimming — Probable Occupation: Management field. MERRITT LOUIS ROSS 360 Weston Road Wellesley, Mass. Finance and Insurance Married — One daughter — Investment Society 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: The Whipple Co.; New England Life Insurance Co. — Hobbies: Sports, photography, selling — Probable Occupation: Insurance field. LEONARD H. ROWE ol Brooks Arenne Quincy, Mass. Industrial Relation. " Lenny " — Married — Bentley ' s School of Accounting and Finance — Yacht Club 1 — Camera Club 1, 2 (Pres.), 3, 4, 5 — Investment Society 4, 5 — S.A.M. 4, 5 — Service Record: U.S. Navy 1942-46 — Co-op " Work Record: Hathaway Bakery Inc.; Northeastern Univers- ity — Hobby: Photography. ARTHUR RUBINOVITZ 51 Lome Street Dorchester, Mass. Accounting " Art " — Freshman Honor List — Dean " s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Account- ing Society 4, 5 — Sigma Society 5 — Band 1, 2, 3, 4 (Band council) — Accounting Society — Charles Hayden Memorial Scholarship, Northeastern L niversity B.A. Scholarships, Hecht House Scholarship Fund — Co-op Work Record: J. L. Hammet; Sylvania Electric Products, Inc. — Hobby: Jazz. MICHAEL PETER SARGAVAKIAN S9S EusI Smind Street South Boston, Mass. Accounting " Mike " — Dean " s List 4 — Accounting Society 4, 5 (Vice-pres.) — Camera Club 3 — Co-op Work Record: Henry ' s Market; A. B.C. Vending Corp.; Sylvania Electric Products Inc. — Hobbies: Sports, photography — Probable Occupation: Public accounting. PAULA M. SCHWIND Easthani, Cape Cod, Mass. Btisiness Management Engaged — Yacht Club 3 — Silver Masque 1 — Square Folk Dance Society 1, 2 (Treas), 3 — Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Caul- dron 4, 5 (Senior Pictures Editor) — Student Union 1 — Omega Sigma 1, 2, 3 (AU-Univ. Chairman), 4 (Recording Sec), 5 (Vice- Pres. ) — Co-op Work Record: Jordan Marsh Company — Hobbies: Sailing, skiing. JACK H. SHEMLIGIAN ■S Boston Post Road Marlboro, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Hogap " — Freshman Honor List — Advertising Club 2, 3, 4 — American Marketing Association 2, 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: Framingham Hat Co.; Marlboro Apple Storage — Hobbies: Music, camping, track — Probable Occupation: Business management. JASON L. SHERTER 1 Balfour Street Roxbury, Mass. Accounting " Jay " — Freshman Honor List — Accounting Society 4, 5 — Hecht House Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern University — Hobbies: Sports, stamp collecting — Probable Occupation: Private accounting. MAURY A. SIMONDS 15:, ' Htirrard Street Brnnkliiic, Mass. Accounting " Sy " — Married — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 Baseball 1 — Service Record: U.S. Army 1946-49 Co-op Work Record: New England Storage Warehouse — Probable Occupation: Public accounting. EARLE H. SMITH 40 Maple Street Marhlehead, Muss. Arcouiltill(l " Smitty " — Accounting Society 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Mer- chants National Bank, Salem; Federal Milk Market Administration — Hobbies: Hunting, mountain climbing, salt water fishing — Probable Occupation: Private accounting. RICHARD C. SMITH , ' ,(1 Maple Street Marhlehead, Ma.ss. Accounting " Dick " — Hus-Skiers 4, 5 — Accounting Society 5 — Camera Club 1, 2, 3 (Sec.-Treas.), 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Merchant ' s Na- tional Bank; Sylvania Electric Co. — Hobbies: Photography, hostel- ing, whittling. DONALD L. SPAULDING 11 Tobey Road Belmont, Ma.is. Marketing and Advertising " Don " — Dean ' s List 4, 5 — Advertising Club 2, 3, 4 (Publicity Chairman), 5 — A.M.A. 3, 4 (Publicity Chairman), 5 — Rifle Club 3 — Co-op Work Record: Boston W ' oven Hose and Rubber Co.; Northeastern University; H.B. Humphrey; Alley and Richards, Inc. — Hobbies: Pistols, shooting, tennis — Probable Occupation: Advertising. ROBERT STAHL ' 201 Davis Ai ' eniie Brookline, Mass. Bu.siness Management " Bob " — S. A.M. 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 2 — Co-op Work Record: Lumberman ' s Insurance Co.; Gilchrist ' s; American Sugar Refinery; Stahl Iron Works — Hobbies: Sports — Probable Occupation: Metal fabrication. JAMES JOSEPH SULLIVAN 130 South Street Quincy, Mass. Marketing and Adreriising " Sully " — Freshmen Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Adver- tising Club 3, 4, 5 — American Marketing Association 3, 4, 5 — .Siff7n a Society — Co-op Work Record: Mason-Nielan Corp.; Paine ' s Furniture Store; Daggett Chocolate Co.; Boston Gear Works — Hobbies: Baseball, basketball, football — Probable Occupation- Sales management. RICHARD W. SULLIVAN, JR. 219 Lancaster Street Leominster, Mass. Business Management 5 — Class Cabinet 3, 4 — Probable Occupation: " Dick " — Married — One Son — S.A.M. 4 — Co-op Work Record: R.E., Chapman Co. Well drilling. WILLIAM B. SWENSON, JR. 1 Harvard Street Aiileboro, Mass. Accounting " Swede " — Married — Yacht Club 1 — Accounting Society 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Attleboro Trust Co.; Earl B. Holden C.P.A. — Hobbies: Sports, yachting — Probable Occupation: Pub- lic accounting. HERBERT J. TABACHNICK SS Marlbroiigh Strtrl Clu-lsfa, M(i.s:s. Accounting " Tabby " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Account- ing Society 5 — Camera Club 4, 5 — Co-op Record: R.H. White ' s; Herbert E. French and Company — Hobbies: Philately, travel — Probable Occupation: Accounting. WILLIAM B. TAYLOR Vernon Street Miihlleboro, i1 n.v,v. Accounting " Wild Bill " — Co-op Work Record: Brockton, Taunton Gas Co.; .Vmerican Machine Foundry Co. — Hobbies: Archeology, hunting, fishing, swimming and baseball. CHARLES A. THISTLE 63 E.stes Street Ercrelt, Masx. Miirketing und Adrertising " Charlie " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Adver- tising Club 4, 5 — American Marketing Association 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Brooks Brothers; Sutherland-Abbott Advertising Agency; Daggett Chocolate Company — Hobby: Photography — Probable Occupation: Merchandising or advertising. JAMES THOMSON, JR. 796 Brush Hill Road Milton, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Jim " — Carnegie Institute of Technology — Dean ' s List 3 — .Advertising Club 1, 3, 4 — American Marketing Assoc. 1, 3, 4 — Class Cabinet 1 — Service Record: U.S. Navy 1945-48, 1950-52 — Hobbies: Hunting, golf, fishing — Probable Occupation: Graduate stud v. JOHN W. THOMPSON SJ Walnut Street Brookline, Mass. Marketing and Adrerfi. ' iing " Jackie " — " Tommie " — Dean ' s List 4 — Baseball 1 — Football 1, i, 3, 4 — Track 1, 2 — Advertising Club 4, 5 — American Marketing Association 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: M.I.T.; Dun and Brad- street; American Sugar Refining Co. — Probable Occupation: Government service. FRANCIS E. TIERNEY 17.57 Elniwood Arenne Warwick, R. I. Finance and Insnrace " Don " — Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 — Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 — Investment Society 3 — Co-op Work Record: Travelers Insurance Co. — Proba- ble Occupation: Insurance Salesman. ARAM TOROSIAN 66If Tremont Street Boston, Mass. Business Management " Murph " — S.A.M. 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Smith House; American Auto Assoc; New England Conf. Co. — Hobbies: Sports, philosophy — Probable Occupation: U.S. Army. LOUIS TRETAKOFF 8 ' 21 Beacon Street Boston, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Lou " — Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 (Vice-Pres.) — American Market- ing Association 3, 4, 5 (Treas. ) — Presidents ' Committee Student Regional Chapters — Co-op Work Record: Crawford Hollidge, Ltd.; Charles M. Cox Co. LEO TYRRELL 4,37 Adamx Street Hilton, Mnsx. Marketing and Advertising " Tiger " — Basketball 1, 2, 3 — Advertising Club 3, -1, 5 (Treas.) — American Marketing Assn. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Fuller Brush Co.; Harvard Floor Craft Co.; Miiiot Stores Inc. — Probable Occupation: Industrial sales. EDWIN G. VASEL 30 Coburn Street Brockton, Mass. Finance and Insurance " Ed " — Investment Society 3, i, 5 — Service Record: U.S. Arm.v 194.6-47 — Co-op Work Record: Carver Cotton Gin Co.; Boston Insulated Wire and Cable Co.; Brockton-Taunton Gas Co. — Hob- bies: Fishing and boating — Probable Occupation: Insurance field. BOWMAN W. WALSH 37 Bloomingdale Avenue Gloversville, New York Biisiness Management " Bo " — S. A.M. 3 — Co-op Work Record: J.L. Hammett Co.; Boston Woven Hose and Rubber Co. — Hobbies: Fishing, music, sports — Probable Occupation: Production work. JEROME S. WERTHER 67 Thatcher Street Brookline, Mass. Accounting " Jerry " — Married — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 4 — .Accounting Society 2, 3, 4, 5 — Silver Masque 1 — Square and Folk Dance Club 1 — Co-op Work Record: Homes and Davis, New York — Hobbies: Fishing, bridge, traveling — Probable Occupa- tion: Public accountant. ALAN R. WEST SSI Pleasant Street Brookline, Mass. Finance and Insurance Married — Cross Country 1, 2 — Track 1, 2 — Investment Society 5 — Service Record: U.S. Army 1950-53 — Co-op Work Record: Weil Pearson and Co. — Hobbies: Fishing, sailing — Probable Occu- pation: Securities investment analyst. RONALD LEWIS WHITTAKER 160 South Street Randolph, Mass. Finance and Insurance " Ronnie " — Investment Society 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Mason-Neilan Co.; Maloney Packing Co.; Carver Cotton Gin Co. — Hobbies: Sports, hunting, fishing — Probable Occupation: In- surance. WILLIAM HERBERT WICK 363 Sunnysi.de Avenue Braintree, Mass. Business Management " Herbie " — Hus-Skiers 4, 5 — S.A.M. 4, 5 — Student Council 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Jordan Marsh; W. Filenes Co.; Lumbermans Mutual Casualty Co.; Milton Half Hour Automatic Laundry — Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, photography. JAMES EMERY WILSON 11 Thayer Street Ilingham, Mass. Business Management Married — Co-op Work Record: Walsh and Packard Inc. RICHARD ALAN WINE 7S Luncaster Terrace Brookliiie, Mass. Business Management " Dick " — Hus-Skiers 4, 5 — S.A.M. 5 — Co-op Work Record: J. J. Electrical Co. — Hobbies: Jazz, athletics — Probable Occu- pation: Electrical contractor. EARLE B. WOLFE 43 West Boulevard Road Neielon Centre, Mass. Marketing and Adrerlising " Wolfie " — Advertising Club — American Marketing Association — Co-op York Record: C. Crawford Hollidge; F.W. Woolworth; San- born Co. — Hobbies: Sports, music. ROBERT A. DAVIS 267 South Central Areniii Wollaston, Mass. Business Management Hus-Skiers 2, 3. FRANK S. PIETKIEWICZ 53 Aquaria Road Medford, Mass. Business Management EDWARD M RUG ALA :il Washburn Avenue North Cambridge, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Ski " — Advertising Club 3, 4 — American Market- ing Association i — Camera Club, 1, 2, 4 — I.R.C. 3, 4 — Service Record: U.S. Marine Corps, 1942-46 — Co-op Work Record: Jordan Marsh Company; Harvard Co-op Society — Hobbies: Traveling, elec- trical work, woodwork — Probable Occupation: Electrical construction and sales. JOHN D. RAPOSA 195 Middle Street Fall River, Mass. Business Management Accounting Society 4. VINCENT M. SHEEHAN 136 Brook,i Street Brighton, Mass. Industrial Relations NICHOLAS G. PANGAKIS 15 Vaticouver Street Boston, Mass. Accounting Accounting Society 4. MARVIN R. TEEL 101 Aberdeen Avenue Cambridge, Mass. Marketing and Advertising EDWARD HANDY WRIGHT 159 Chapel Street Saylesville, R.hode Island Business Management {m INDEX Academy 63 Accounting Society 49 A.C.S 52 Administration, General 11 Admissions 10 Advertising Club 48 A.F.C.A 61 A.I.Ch.E 53 A.I.E.E.-I.R.E 52 A.I.I.E 53 Alpha Kappa Sigma 55 A.M.A 50 Art Club 45 A.S.M.E 51 Band 47 Baseball 80 Basketball 75 Beta Gamma Epsilon 55 Biology Club 43 Business, Seniors 151 Camera Club 4 3 Cauldron 34 Cheerleaders 40 Chess Club 43 Choir 46 Chorus 46 Class History 26 Co-operative Dept 13 Cross-Country 72 Dance Club 42 Debating Club 44 Dedication 6 Engineering Council 40 Engineers, Senior 92 Eta Kappa Nu 62 Executive Council 10 Faculty, Business 148 Faculty, Engineering 88 Faculty, Liberal Arts 128 Football 66 Gamma Phi Kappa 56 Hockey 78 Husky Highlighters 41 Husky Key 41 Hus-Skiers 71 Inter-Fraternity Council 54 International Relations Club 42 Investment Society 51 Kappa Zeta Phi 56 Liberal Arts, Seniors 132 Library Staff 13 News 32 N.U.C.E.S 50 Nu Epsilon Zeta 57 Omega Sigma Cabinet 39 Pershing Rifles 61 Phi Beta Alpha 58 Phi Gamma Pi 57 Pi Tau Sigma 63 President ' s Message 8 Press Bureau 12 Radio Club 45 Record Year 84 Rifle Club 48 R.O.T.C. Faculty 60 S.A.M 49 S.A.M.E 61 Scabbard and Blade 60 Senior Class Cabinet 39 Sigma Kappa Psi 59 Sigma Phi Alpha 58 Sigma Society , 63 Silver Masque 36 Square Dance Society 44 Student Activities Dept 11 Student Council 38 Student Union 38 Tau Beta Pi 62 Track 82 4173} COMPLIMENTS OF THE NTERFRATERN Iplja Eappa igma w pEta amma Cpfiilon (§amma iji appa Eappa Heta !)i THE FRATERNITIES ARE GRATE MAKING A CONTRIBUTION {174}. TY COUNCIL i u €p£!ilon Heta igma fji i lpfta )i (JIamma p )tsnTa Ibi Pcta aipfja FUL FOR THE OPPORTUNITY OF TO THE 1954 CAULDRON ■(175} The Officers and Faculty of . . . NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY extend to the class of i J4j congratulations and wishes each member much happiness and may each life be a record of success. Special student discount of 10% Specializing in THE FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS . . . FOR THE UNDERGRADUATE NORTHEASTERN SYMPHONY FLOWER SHOP, INC. NEWS 248 Huntington Ave. Boston 15, Mass. Tel. 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Slide Rules SINCE 1846 Drugs — Prescriptions — Cosmetics Cameras Supplies — Luncheonette Tobacco 291 Huntington Ave. TeL KE 6-1525 " AIR CONDITIONED " {178} JOHN A. VOLPE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 54 EASTERN AVE. MALDEN Builders of the Northeastern University Physical Education Center {179} ' M T psccifch THE TOOL THAT SHAPES TOMORROW What is the greatest achievement of modern man? To annihilate distance ... to split the atom ... to harness nature to do his bidding? These are only the spectacular end results — man ' s basic achievement is that he has learned to use his mind in a new way . . . to implement and guide his thinking by rigorous, disinterested scientific method. Through three centuries he has fashioned and whetted the tool of scientific method until it is sharp enough to hew out a better world for tomorrow. 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