Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA)

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i te The 1955 NORTHEASTERN U CAULDRON ERSITY The SENIOR ANNUAL of NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY Boston, Massachusetts Charles W. Martin Editor-in-Chief Rachel Kontoff Business Manager CHARLES W. MARTIN Editor-in-Chief JACK CARP Managing Editor Div. A IZABELLE ATAMIAN Managing Editor Div. R - FRED STACK Assoc. Managing Editor SYLVIA RASQUIN Senior Picture Editor Div. A DOLORES SOCHER Senior Picture Editor Div. B :hel kontof Business Manager JOHN SHEEHAN PAUL NEEDLE Sports Editors CHARLES CLAFFEY Copy Editor JOHN D ' ADDIECO Make-up Editor JOHN HURNEY HENRY SALAMY Photography Editors UNIVERSITY Dedication 6 President ' s Message 8 Memoria 10 Administration 11 Faculty 15 FEATURES Qfi-sg History 24 COLLEGES Liberal Arts Dean Lake 30 Senior 31 Engineering Dean Alexander 46 mors , . 4? Business Administration Dean Hariailton 82 niors 83 ACTl [TIES neral .106 RO.T.C 131 Honor Societies L3i Fraternities 136 SPOR I S Track 148 Baseball 152 Basketball 155 Football 158 Hockey 162 VI . 165 »ss Country 166 1 1 us-Skiers . 168 Rifle Team 169 , a. lit Club 170 Phys. Ed 171 INDIA 175 DVERTISING 176 FREDERICK WILLIAM HOLMES, A.B., M.A. Chairman, Department of English Dedication In dedicating a yearbook, many items must be taken into consideration. Among; these are service to the school, service to the student, service to the community, and a certain intangible that distinguishes one person from another. Professor Frederick S illiam Holmes. Chairman, Department of English, has to a great degree this undefinable intangible. Not only an outstanding scholar in his field. Professor Holmes also has that very necessary human element that makes an educator more than an educator. It is for these reasons that the 1955 edi- tion of the CAULDRON is dedicated to him. Prof. Holmes in his office preparing an examination [J U ' U I ' rof. Holmes (second from left) acts as faculty Grand Marshal at the laying of the cornerstone for the Physical Education building. The soprano recorder sounds more like Benny Goodman with Prof. Holmes (left) as its master. CARL STEPHENS ELL A.B.. M.S., ED.M.. SC.D., L.L.D., L.H.D. PRESIDENT OF NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY A Message From Our President When you came to Northeastern, the University was entering its second half century of service, but its outward appearance must have made it seem young to you. You have seen the trim, modern lines of the new buildings rise on the campus — buildings which represented twenty years of effort to match in physical surroundings the excellence already achieved by the academic programs of the University over several decades of development. The recent growth of North eastern is similar to what has taken place in your own lives during the past five years. You have matured in knowledge and understanding, and, more important, you have been prepared for continued growth. You have had the privilege, through your co-operative work, of demonstrating that you can be workers at school as well as students at work. Some of you will continue with your co-operating employers after graduation; others will accept promising positions elsewhere. Your future will depend on growth, especially on your recepliveness to new ideas. The University has sought to help you develop inquiring minds because inquiring minds are essential to growth. You have al- ready gained a certain amount of self-reliance, which is really the sun- light of growth and progress. The climate of freedom will surround you. Because you live in America your careers will not be hindered or limited by social stratification or governmental interference. You will be free to develop in accordance with your knowledge, your ability, and your char- acter. Growth is no brief ideal. It is a long-term, on-going process. Only by constant growth can the human race achieve a better world; therefore, it behooves us all to strive, to seek, and to find ways of improving ourselves and our civilization. May you never cease to grow. 3n J-Hemoriam FRANK PALMER SPEARE Frank Palmer Speare, founder and past president of Northeastern, and pioneer in the field of co-opera- tive education, died May 24, 1954. The distinguished educator, who retired from active direction of the University in 1940, hnilt in 43 years the nation ' s eighth largest engineer- ing school from an adult education day school with an enrollment of eight persons. He founded Northeastern in 1898 with a school of law in the Hunting- ton Avenue Y.M.C.A. Dr. Speare then added through the years, schools of commerce and finance, en- gineering, business administration and liberal arts, enlarging the insti- tution to a university in the true sense of the word. Twice president of the Massa- chusetts School Masters Club, he was chairman of the board of trustees of the Chandler School and was a member of the Harvard Teachers Association, the University Club and the Mayflower Society. A graduate of Bridgewaler State Teachers College. Dr. Speare served as headmaster at Avon High School before establishing the Boston Y.M.C.A. educational department. Two years later he began the ground- work which was ullimately to result in the creation of Northeastern Uni- versity. He held honorary degrees from Harvard and the University of New Hampshire, as well as from North- eastern. JAMES LORIN RICHARDS James Lorin Richards, 96, one of New England ' s leading industrialists and long a friend of Northeastern, both as a benefactor and through his service as a trustee of the University, died January 2 at his Newtonville home. Mr. Richards, for whom Rich- ards Hall was named in 1938, was re- puted lobe oneof the nation ' s wealth- iest men, and at one time was a director of more than 50 of the coun- try ' s corporations. In 1951 he established at North- eastern the Cora E. (Towne) Richards scholarship in memory of his late wife. Awards are made an- nually from this fund to " women of merit and ability. " Mr. Richards had continued ac- tive in business until last September, reporting to his both offices every day. He made weekly train trips to New York until his 95th birthday as an executive committee member and director of the American Sugar and Refining Company. His biography was written for Northeastern by William T. Cloney, former associate professor of English. It was written so that it might serve " as an inspiration to generations of Nor theas tern students. " { 10 } Administration EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Seated, left to right: Dean Everett, Mr. Bateson, Prof. Schlagenhauf, Dr. Ell, Dr. White, Prof. Parsons. Dr. William C. White I Diversity Vice-President Edward S. Parsons University Business Manager ADMISSIONS j Seated, left to right: Mr. Darling, Miss Moore, Dr. Garland, Prof. Fennell. STUDENT ACTIVITIES Seated, left to right: Miss Coy, Miss Fermessy, Prof. Gallagher, Prof. Kitchin, Mrs. Rhodes, Miss Dorsey. Standing, left to right: Mr. Fiowe, Prof. Tatton, Prof. Zabilski, Prof. Blackmail, Dr. Lane. CHARLES E. KITCHIN Director of Student Activities RUDOLPH M. MORRIS | Registrar of the Day Colleges l GENERAL ADMINISTRATION Sealed, left to right: Mr. Fearon, Mr. W. Roberts, Mr. Lang, Mr. Stevenson, Miss Foor, Mrs. Everett, Mr. D. Roberts, Mr. Spinney, Prof. Henderson, Mr. DeVitt. Left to right: Gil- bert MacDonald, Dean (if Freshmen; Myra L. Herrick, Dean of Women : Harold W. Melvin. Dean of Students. Rudolph O. Oberg Director of Alumni Relations PRESS BUREAU Left lo right : Nathan Levenson, George Spears, Ernest Roberts. Seated, left to right: Miss Renter. Prof. Gallagher, Mr. Walker. Standing, lefl to right: Mr. Lombardo, Prof. Zabilski. Prof. Tatton, Mr. Kassabian. Mr. Connelly. — Coaches Herbert W. Gallagher Director of Athletics LIBRARY Left to right: Mrs. Liu, Miss Alpern, Miss Taber, Miss Serlick, Miss Bangs, Mr. Donley, Prof. Moody, Miss Arntzen, Miss Watts, Miss Creamer, Miss Lunde, Miss Emerson, Miss White. Roland H. Moody Director of University Libraries Roy W. Wooldridge Director of Co-operative Work CO-OP DEPT. Seated, left to right: Mr. Ward, Prof. Raymond, Prof. Wooldridge, Mr. Borman, Prof. Field. Standing, left to right: Prof. McMahon, Prof. McCarthy, Mr. Robinson. Mr. Liltlefield, Mr. Sprajme. Mr. Austin. Faculty ENGLISH Seated, left to right: Prof. Van Lennup, Prof. Reynolds, Dean Herrick, Prof. Holmes, Prof. Blackman, Prof. Marston. Standing, left to right: Mr. Sandler, Prof. Barrs, Prof. Blois, Mr. Quarrington, Prof. Skifftngton, Dr. Sullivan. k HISTORY-GOVERNMENT Left to right : Prof. Bishop, Prof. Ryder, Dean Crane, Dr. Cutts, Prof. Wilfong, Mr. Bobinson, Prof. Fenn. { 15 } SOCIOLOGY Left to right: Prof. Pitkin, Mr. Grimes, Dr. I [avice. BIOLOGY Left to Right : Dr. Preble. Dr. Najarian, Mr. Mikases, Dr. Nixon. CHEMISTRY Seated, left to right: Prof. Howell. Prof. Luder, Prof. Shepard, Prof. McGuire, Dr. Vernon, Prof. Zuffanti, Prof. Boig, Prof. Winter. Standing, left to right: Mr. Tuttle, Mr. Griswold, Mr. Youngquist, Mr. Laskaris, Mr. Drougas, Mr. Brodasky, Mr. Papazian, Mr. Oliver, Mr. Band. MODERN LANGUAGES Left to right: Prof. Kitchin, Mr. Aluf, Prof. Mez- zacappa (seated), Prof. Cooperstein. FINE ARTS Left to right: Prof. Holderi, Prof. Meserve. PSYCHOLOGY Lefl to right: Prof. Domey, Prof. Brannen, Prof. Warren, Prof. Goldman. FINANCE AND INSURANCE Left to right: Prof. Schoonover (sealed), Mr. Sulli- van, Prof. Perles. ACCOUNTING Left to right: Mr. Sklar, Mr. Hovanasian, Prof. Cerullo, Prof. Minas, Prof. Golemme, Prof. Slavin, Mr. Roberts, Prof. Malchman, Mr. Scioletti. { 18 } ECONOMICS Left to right: Dean Hamilton. Mr. Revis, Mr. Herman. Dean Lake. Prof. Smith. Prof. Spencer, Prof. Miernvk. MARKETING ADVERTISING Left to right: Mr. Rowe, Prof. Coons. Prof. Dufton. BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Left to right: Prof. Gubellini, Prof. Keith (seated), Prof. Cava- nash. Prof. Rourne. PHYSICS Left to right: Prof. Rush, Mr. Baird, Prof. Bakamjian, Prof. Ahonen, Prof. Lacount, Prof. Grojean, Prof. Johnson, Prof. Wallace, Mr. McCarren, Prof. Welch. MATHEMATICS Seated, left to right: Mr. Mackey, Mrs. Blackett, Prof. Spear, Mrs. Pease, Prof. Cook, Prof. Staknis. Standing, left to right: Prof. Dean, Prof. Mc- Callister, Mr. Connor, Prof. Kennedy, Prof. Giveen, Prof. Wallace, Prof. Carrabes. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING Left to Right : M Prof. Troupe, P Prof. Morgan. CIVIL ENGINEERING Seated, left to right: Prof. Spencer, Prof. Baird, Prof. Ilankinson. Standing, left to right: Dean Gramstorff, Mr. Lenney, Mr. Coleman. INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING Seated, left to right : Prof. Keating, Prof. Henderson, Dean Alex- ander, Prof. Palken. DRAWING Left to right : Prof. Cushman, Mr. Kreimer, Prof. Connor, Prof. Tozer, Prof. Rook, Prof. Sanderson, Mr. Seaverns, Sr., Prof. MacDonald. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Seated, left to right : Prof. Whittaker, Prof. Ferret li. Prof. Stearns. Standing, left to right : Mr. Long, Prof. Foster, Prof. Mazor, Prof. White. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Seated, left to right: Prof. Craig, Prof. Cleveland, Prof. Rocheford, Prof. Essigman, Prof. Richards, Prof. Klein. Standing, left to right: Mr. Carter, Prof. Dolansky, Mr. Wood, Mr. Marcotte, Mr. Bello, Mr. Cochrun. :•■ - f . i % w v R.O.T.C. First Row: Capt. Griswold, Capt. Jonah, Capt, Reego, Major Frank, Lt. Col. Foss, Col. Harris, Lt. Col. Parkin, Major Harding, Capt. Adams, Capt, Phinney, Capt. Barker. Second row: SFC Robi- chaud, SFC Shed, SFC Bourgeois, Capt, Seanlan, Capt. Rolya, SFC Malko, SFC Digan, SFC Lillev. MSgt. Meyer. Third Rom: MSgt. Peterson, MSgt Sullivan, MSgt Chatterton, MSgt Dobbins, MSgt Reidy, MSgt Wigley, MSgt Wolpers, MSgt Rryant, Sgt Barnicott. EDUCATION Seated, left to right: Dean MacDon- ald, Dean Van der Werf. Standing, left to right: Prof. Durham, Prof. Morris. i 23 Class History i i id ECORD ENROLLMENT SWELLS NU RANKS — Despite the rising tension of the Korean crisis and growing draft quotas, North- eastern, in its 53rd academic year, claims the largest freshman enrollment of its history with 967 Sep- tember registration . . . " Thus, in its infancy, the class of 1955 was officially recorded in the pages of the New . FRESHMAN YEAR It was September, 1950. The Korean conflict had broken out only a few months before and United States troops were being transported to Korea by the thousands to help check the surging armies of Communist North Korea. Major league baseball was coming down the home stretch and the New York Yankees were on their way to the second of their five straight American League champion- ships. As the year rolled on, newspaper headlines be- gan to show (he names of some people who were to have a definite influence on us in our college years ... a retired army general named Dwight D. Eisenhower became president of Columbia Univer- sity ... a senator named Joseph McCarthy of Wisconsin began investigating Communism in the United States ... a pretty young thing named Marilyn Monroe was posing for calendar ads to keep from starving . . . This was the atmosphere about the campus during our first year in college. There were other news and events, however, which were to play a far more important part in our lives. Let ' s scan some of the headlines of the NU News that recorded these events. Each headline is a candid glimpse into the past, a tiny piece of that forgotten world. Turn- ing back through the pages of the News, we gather these pieces of that past . . . HEADLINES . . . Crisis Spurs Construct ion on new $1,500,000 Library Ruilding Five Months Ahead of Schedule . . . Mammoth Rallies Today, Friday to Herald f 4(0 wf- Huskies ' Football Opener . . . Services Recall 65; Set Deferment Rules . . . Ohio Bishop To Speak At First Convocation . . . Freshman Treated Like ' IP ' s, Their " Night " A Bang-Up Howl . . . NU Co-eds Move Into New Dormitory . . . " Jim Lakis Out- standing " — Zabilski . . . Engineering Faculty To Send 25 To UNH Education Conference . . . N.U. Aiding Blood Drive . . . Males Join Cheerleaders . . . Faculty Wives Cook Up Delicious Recipes . . . . . . 2nd Half Surge Stiffens Arnold, 26-13 . . . Ele- ven NUers Are Recalled . . . Soph McNamara Fills Gap Left Ry Injuries To Centers . . . Student Fund Raising Drive Is Under Way . . . Cauldron Roard Sets Drop In 1951 Yearbook Prices . . . Selective Service To Lower College Enrollments In 1951. . . . Ell Spurs N. I . Progress . . . Engr. Societies To Sponsor Banquet And Dance Nov. 2 . . . News Cops Honor Third Straight Year . . . Pup Cross- country Team Wins Twice . . . Students Pledge 812,974 As Fund Drive Nears Wire . . . High- Scoring L Mass Next For Stumbling Husky Eleven . . . Two Alumni killed In Korean Fighting . . . Scribes Call Sal Lombardo Best in Five Years . . . Award For 29 At Convocation . . . Nightingale Tells Draft Facts . . . Husky Hoopsters Massacre Redman . . . Library Fund Hits Half Million . . . Spring Football Practice Underway . . . Ski Frolic This Weekend . . . Ray Picard Chosen N. E. All- Star Goalie . . . Draft Reaction Mixed . . . Silver .Masque Presents " Of Thee I Sing " Tomorrow Night . . . Draft Test Applications Ready . . . Li- brary Cornerstone To Re Placed May 9 . . . Capt. Chestnut Is First ROTC Officer To Arrive . . . List New Criteria For Draft Deferment . . . NU Chorus To Sing at " Pops " Saturday . . . And so read the headlines. But the headlines are only the pieces of the picture, and, like the bricks of a wall, some type of cement is needed to hold the pieces together. This " cement " is made up of the events that happened . . . BEHIND THE HEADLINES . . . Orientation lines and speeches . . . the beautiful aroma of freshman gym . . . freshman frustra- tion on encountering our spacious parking fa- cilities . . . those fabulous between-terms vacations — Saturday and Sunday . . . that momentous de- cision, A or B . . . the summer vacation and how we eagerly looked forward to coming back to our . . . SOPHOMORE YEAR Ted Williams hit a home run his last time at bat before he went to fly with Marine Air Corps . . . politicians were busily plotting the Democratic and Republican Conventions . . . the Winter Olympic Games were being held . . . Humphrey Rogart won an Oscar for his performance in The African Queen . . . And so the news was recorded all over the country. Rut at N. U, different news was being- made . . . HEADLINES Rally Dance To Launch ' 51 Grid Season Tonight . . . 860 Freshmen Register . . . News Gets Eight Pages, New Format . . . Library Ruilding Nears Completion; Occupancy Scheduled for Febru- ary 15 . . . 600 Enrolled for R.O.T.C. Training; Col. Price Outlines 5 Year Program . . . Who ' s Who Blanks Ready . . . President Ell Describes Recent European Tour . . . Ski Team Gets Letter Awards . . . Coed Tries Rricklaying . . . Joe Cash, Versatile End . . . " N. U. Co-op Students In Demand " - Nightingale . . . Annual Football Dance Caps ' 51 Northeastern Grid Season . . . Record Turnout At Elections . . . Vet Check Delay Ended . . . Student I nion Entering 27th Year . . . Stars Of " Kiss Me Kate " Visits Masque . . . Husky Key Holds Dance And Rally . . . Rates Next For Un-Un Huskies . . . Educator Defends Draft Deferments At Annual Headmasters Dinner Here . . . Masque Great On Stage: Disappointing Crowd . . . Balerna, Hilton Chosen MIP Recipients . . . Zabilski Plans To Stay r Frats Sponsor Xmas Party . . . Acquire Sylvania Property . . . Faculty Wives Hear Concert . . .Coun- cil Seeks Student Opinion On Changes In N. U. Alma Mater . . . " Rad Roy " .McNamara Resolves To Stay Out Of Penalty Rox . . . " Ghost Train " Opens Tonight . . . Rlume, Cerulli, McLean Join To Write Satire On Journalism . . . Table-Tennis Tourney Set . . . SPA Fraternity Donates Rlood . . . New " Alma Mater " Favored ... 13 Editors To Retire From The News . . . Northeastern Ice- men Stage Rally, Nip Tufts . . . Social Worker Speaks to 0. S. . . . Draft Exam Date Is Set . . . Ike Scores Smashing Victory . . . I.R.C. Debates i 25 } Cadets Today . . . " Alma Mater ' " Again Faces Chopping Block . . . Half-fare Bill For Students Is Defeated . . . Skiers Stage N. H. Carnival . . . " Voo Doo " Out At Bookstore . . . White Explains New Buling For Vets . . . N. U. Band Plays Marches At First Concert Of Term . . . Soph Prom Is Tomorrow . . . Ray Sings Like Sad Hag . . . Gallagher, Picard, Connelly Honored . . . " The Fourth Estate " Opens Tonight . . . Student Draft Status Bemains In Doubt . . . V.A. Buling Final, Co-op Vets Face 20% Benefits Loss . . . Westcott Tops in " 4th " . . . Bolya Joins BOTC Staff . . . " Who ' s Who " Kept By Council Vote . . . Trees Ar- rive On Campus, New Landscaping Starting . . . " Beds Can ' t Win In India " — Cutts . . . New N. U. Choral Group Formed . . . Korean Vets To Get G. I. Bill . . . Songwriting Contest To Be Held To Select A New " Alma Mater " . . . S. C, Masque To Get New Advisers . . . N. U. BOTC Units Are Beady For Inspection . . . News Will Hold Bowling Tournament Starting May 5 . . . DeVitt Patrols Campus . . . Another Draft Test Is Scheduled For May 22 . . . Chorus At Pops June 7 . . . Sal Wins N.E.A.A.U. Hop, Step, and Jump . . . And again there were a few items that only could be seen . . . BEHIND THE HEADLINES . . . Winding up in B when we picked A and vice- versa . . . dodging the cars in BOTC drill . . . the loyal rooters that went through hail, mud, sleet, and rain, to the Coast Guard game . . . our initiation to the get-rich-quick plan of the co-op jobs . . . the Christmas " holidays " . . . " analysis of my job en- environment " , what? an environment? . . . spring . . . summer . . . then our MIDDLER YEAR Election year . . . Ike beats Stevenson for presidency ... a young man by the name of George Jorgensen went under the knife in Denmark . . . John Foster Dulles became the first Secretary of State to have his office and sleeping quarters in a transcontinental plane . . . the Detroit Lions won the National Football League Championship . . . And at N. U. some more of the pieces of the picture were being set down in the . . . HEADLINES 1075 Freshmen Begister As NU Enters 55th Year . . . Crown Prince Husky IV Replaces King Husky 111 . . . Freshman Class Stickers " Not A Form Of Hazing " — Lynch . . . NU Students Wed In Chapel . . . Install Officers At Omega Sigma Little Sister Dinner . . . ROTC To Sponsor New Band . . . More Parkers Than Space Despite En- largement of Lots . . . Senior Data Sheets Needed At Once, Cauldron Warns . . . Masque Selects Cast For " My Sister Eileen " . . . Football Bally Tonight; Large Crowd Expected . . . Woman Utopians Preach On NU Campus Tuesday . . . Council Clean- up Campaign Fizzles . . . NEZ Becomes Third NU Fraternity To Own House . . . Applications Due For " Who ' s Who " ... 6 BOTC Students Honored At Parade . . . Draft Deferment Test Applications Due Nov. 1 . . . East Building Vacated By NU; i 26 } Classrooms Become " Y " Rooms . . . Barisano, Toy- ias Pace Z-men Over Bates . . . Roo Bee Sez . . . Rally Dance Termed Success; Draws Excess Of Stag Coeds . . . New New England Commander Honored With ROTC Parade . . . Cuddy, Lapsley Give NU Strong Tackle Combination . . . Students Cram For Finals . . . " Who ' s Who " Election Raises Doubts, Queries . . . NU ' s Assets Now $12 Million; Have Doubled In Last 5 Years . . . " Alma Mater " Test Draws One Entry . . . Data Sheets Due Fri- day . . . NU Trades Lots For Gym . . . Veterans Return To Campus With November Freshmen . . . Radio Hams Contact Europe . . . Council Rebukes Two For Littering Commons . . . Rl Editors To Visit NU . . . Feeley And Westcott Plan First Military Ball . . . College Of Education For NU . . . " Alma Mater " Contest Extended ... To Begin Selection For Advanced ROTC . . . Gym Con- struction Paces Year . . . Zabilski Enthusiastic Over Abolition Of Platoon System . . . Tuition To Re Increased In September . . . Cindy Lord Named ROTC Cadet Colonel . . . Rookstore Reports Heavy Sale On Plastic Rookcovers . . . General Graf In- spects Pershing Rifles . . . Lapsley Named Football Captain At Grid Fete . . . First Military Rail Is Held Tonight . . . Dean Melvin Asks Council For Aid In Smoke Problem . . . Rlood Drive Tops Last Year " s Mark Ry 71 Pints . . . Joint Concert By Choruses of Chandler And NU To Be Given To- night . . . Students Ignore Student Council, Do Not Participate In Activities . . . Hoopsters Sink MIT To End 1952-3 Season . . . Masque To Put On Musical " Finian ' s Rainbow " Tonight . . . Student Deferment Forms Should Re Filed This Term . . . Law School To Close In 1956; Ell Defends Trustees ' Action . . . Open House, Alumni Day, Cornerstone Laying — All To Take Place Tomorrow . . . Wilson Wants Draft Cut . . . Feeley To Head Freshman Night Show . . . Class of ' 55 Ends Vague Middler Status . . . And the year also included other unforgettable things found . . . REHIND THE HEADLINES . . . The farewell to the Y classrooms . . . trying to explain to your date what a middler is . . . be-bop- pers hearing Beethoven in the music room . . . foot- ball rallies in the quadrangle . . . the student gov- ernment vote; 95% in favor of more student partici- pation; 25% willing to participate . . . Lennie Ol- son ' s tree in Finian ' s Rainboiv . . . the Braves leav- ing Boston . . . another spring . . . another summer . . . and then to our . . . JUNIOR YEAR A medical student from Great Britain named Roger Bannister became the first man to run the mile in less than four minutes ... in Washington, the classic battle between Senator McCarthy and the Army was in process ... a young lady by the name of Christine Jorgensen came into the news . . . From Here To Eternity won the oscar for the best picture of the year ... In Boston, the historic Casino Theater was closed . . . While at NU more pieces were accumulated in the . . . HEADLINES Korean Veterans Total 300 In Class Of 1955 ... A. A. Card Admission System Abolished For Football Games . . . News Publishes First Frosh Issue . . . Prof. Wooldridge Appointed Cooperative Work Director . . . Bally To Launch Grid Season . . . Two Frats Get New Houses; PGP Buys, SPA Bents House . . . Champagne Beturns To Football Squad . . . Reiser Appointed Editor of Music For Boston Post . . . 13 Foreign Students Enroll at NU . . . Physical Ed. Center Expected To Be Opened Next September . . . Yacht Club Among Leaders Despite Practice Handicaps . . . BU Presi- dent Case To Speak At Convocation . . . Col. Harris Succeeds Col. Price As Military Science Director . . . New Librarian Initiates Open Stack System . . . Great Expectations Of Zabilski For Guard Mcdugno Fulfilled . . . Finished Product Promised " Phila- delphia Story " Audience . . . Faculty Club Lecture Series Starts Monday . . . Inter-Frat Dance To Be Held Dec. 12 . . . Huskies Massacre Redmen 41-14 . . . Co-ed Cadet Colonel Will Re Chosen . . . " Phil- adelphia Story " Goes On Tonight . . . Runners Reat Tufts 15-50, Becomes First Undefeated Team . . . Four Juniors Included In 1954 " Who ' s Who " . . . Dick Madison ' s Orchestra Named For Football Dance . . . Flywheel Frolic Tomorrow Night in Engineering Lab . . . Debaters Take On West Point- Tonight . . . Vermont Rows In Huskies ' Finale . . . Nine Honors And Scholarships Given At Annual ROTC Parade . . . " Who ' s Who " Suspended Here; Alma Mater Search Continues . . . " Coach Of The Year " Award For Zabilski . . . IFC Dance Set For Next Week ' . . . Husky Pucksters Open Season At New Haven Tomorrow Night . . . ROTC Plans To Establish Scabbard Rlade Company . . . Diploma Delay Seen For ROTC Seniors . . . McCarthyism Menaces USA . . . Sex Ratio Remains Constant Despite Increase In Coeds . . . Chorus To Hold Christmas Concert At Weston . . . Alma Mater •{27} Committee Of Students, Alumni, Faculty To Be Formed Here . . . Hus-Skiers Sponsor Special Ski Train For Day In N. H. . . . Cauldron Photos Due Next Friday . . . Track Season To Open Tomorrow . . . Lally Bolsters Hockey Team With Hard Twc- Way Skating . . . Cadets Choose Emmanuel Fresh- man Queen of Ball . . . DMS Awards Given To 12 BOTC Men . . . Jack Edwards To Play At Junior Prom . . . Variety Show Supplants Frosh Declama- tion Contest . . . Hus-Skiers Set For Carnival . . . NU ' s Ollen and Shea Win IC4A One. Two Mile Baces . . . Band To Conduct Outdoor Concert Next Wednesday . . . Selective Service Deferment Test Deadline Monday . . . Ayres, Lally To Lead Hoop, Hockey Teams . . . Changes In Clearing Failures Made To Aid Freshman Draft Deferments . . . Junior Dance Committee Excited On Ticket Sale . . . Bucalo, Watson ' s Understudy, Seeks Varsity Back Position . . . BOTC Summer Camp Bequire- ments Force Graduation Move-up For Class of ' 55 . . . Charles Martin Named Cauldron Editor For ' 55 . . . College of Education To Offer Co-op Plan . . . Superior Bating Given Cadet Unit In IG In- spection . . . " Secret Love " Top Song On SKP Poll . . . Athletic Plant Nears Completion . . . Basic BOTC Students Being Screened For Advanced Corps . . . Junior Class Elections Wednesday . . . Electrical Engineers Sweep ' 55 Elections As Becord Vote Dethrones 3 Officers . . . Masque To Present " Allegro " Tonight . . . Accordionist Wins Frosh Talent Show . . . PBA, Senior Trio Share Honors . . . Hylen Elected Council President . . . Acting, Set Design Makes " Born Yesterday " Notable . . . NU Chorus Sings At " Pops " . . . NU Expansion To Continue, Evening School Group Told . . . Ollen " Athlete Of Year " . . . Enrollment Figures Climb . . . Baseball Award To McCabe For First Base Iron Man Bole . . . And again this year, some of the more important things were found . . . BEHIND THE HEADLINES That glorious day at Brandeis; FOBTY-EIGHT TO SIX ... icy parades at Wentworth . . . the new sign on the Center Building . . . Zabilski ' s continued success . . . Autographed copies of Prof. Marston ' s Take The High Ground . . . Student Union lectures on courting and marriage . . . the rivalry between the " Has-Beens " and the " We-Are ' s " . . . birds and bees . . . baseball . . . sprint . . . summer ... all of a sudden we ' re in our . . . SENIOR YEAR George ( " Dirty Bird " ) Gobel was TV ' s brightest newcomer . . . Stock Market rose over the ' 29 high ... A curly-haired fellow named Liberace sold out the Boston Garden ... the Seventh Fleet was guarding Formosa . . . An unassuming gentle- man named Elmer ( " Trigger " ) Burke calmly ambled out of jail ... In Boston the Historic Casino Theater reopened ... at Charlestown, four convicts held off the State of Massachusetts and a tank for 82 hours . . . At NU other events were appearing in the . . . HEADLINES . . . Bally, Dance To Start Grid Season . . . NU Clashes With B. I. In Opener Tomorrow . . . Rhode Island Bam Beturned; S.P.A. Bevealed As Ab- ducters . . . Collier ' s Calls Capt. Sid Watson " Back- field Jewel " . . . Three Women Among New Ap- pointments . . . Dorms Get New Housemothers . . . Bhode Island Ram Re-stolen By P.B.A. . . . NU Plans To Bemodel Sylvania . . . News Presented All-America Bank . . . Mr. Aherne, Miss Forbes Visit Silver Masque Cast . . . Watson Sets Bushing Record . . . Gym Will Be Dedicated Dec. 4 . . . Class Officers Abolished . . . " Alma Mater " Drive { 28 } Ending; New Selection Still Sought . . . Senior Week Plans Set; Civils First To Pay Dues . . . Plans Made To Enlarge Commons . . . Trackmen Open Cage With Win Over Tufts . . . Army Com- mission Guaranteed For Graduating Cadets . . . G. E. To Bring Fabulous " House Of Magic ' " To NU . . - Coeds Seek Dance Dates . . . Masque Scores Success With " Animal " . . . Forsyth Re- modeling Starts Plant Improvement Program . . . " Hoppy " Happy Near To Food . . . Ollen Rev In Two World Records . . . Co-operative Department Begins Senior Job Recruiting Program . . . Track- sters Winners Of New England AAU . . . BU. Harvard Beat G-Men . . . Agganis, Pesky Praise Cage . . . Walsh And Boche Star In Tufts ' " Picnic " . . . Ski Carnival To Start Tomorrow . . . 850.000 Willed To University ... Ed Ayres First To Score 400 In One Season . . . ' Wagon ' Bolls On ... G- Men Beat Terriers As Lally Ends Streak . . . BOTC Ball Overflows Sheraton Plaza Ballroom . . . Also this year news was found . . . BEHIND THE HEADLINES . . . Addition of another girls ' dorm . . . students ' display of school spirit on R. I. Bam incident . . . plans for the new classroom and laboratory building Rj la i [ (I SaP c ■L. if ft , i ni Qkfjg Sm ' ■ f ju[ W ' fs f« s-l:- : z • ■J VP s iJ . . . first track meet in the new Cage . . . NU ' s title as the largest co-operative college in the country . . . plans for the ASME Begional Convention at Nil . . . seniors all dressed up for job interviews . . . pledges for fund donations . . . " shots " for BOTC summer camp . . . bachelor parlies . . . bright new wedding bands . . . senior week . . . graduation . . . BETWEEN THE LINES As headlines fade into the past, scattered bits of personal experiences still remain with us . . . Prof Kennedy ' s sympathetic guidance as class advisor . . . ice President White ' s beaming smile . . . stimulating convocations . . . fraternity parties . . . last -minute cramming for linals . . . trying to find a seat at noon time in the Commons . . . the forbidding door of the faculty lounge . . . renewing old acquaintances at the six o ' clock conditionals . . . Life Magazine calling Dick Ollen the " Human Bab- bit " . . . the slow moving classes in the summer terms . . . annual blood drives . . . warm beer and cold seats at the Arena hockey games . . . inaugura- tion of the President ' s Luncheon . . . the winding lines at the bookstore . . . the long cold trek to the Lobster Claw for those between-class quickies . . . the thunder of band practice from 12 to 2 . . . those stag ski weekends . . . the NU 4, 3 or 5, whatever the case may be . . . the friendly parking attendants . . . frantic Freshman Night shows . . . trying to collect class dues . . . the cluttered bulletin boards with last week ' s club meetings . . . the open door policy of the Omega Sigma Lounge . . . the herce chess games in the Mitton Lounge . . . " Hoppy " in the commons (watch your sandwiches) . . . the car- toons in the bookstore . . . pledges with their beanies . . . and many other things . . . leaving only the task of . . . SUMMING IT UP . . . This is the class of ' 55 — in ils headlines, be- hind its headlines, and between the lines. These are the pieces which, when assembled, form the picture of our class. Each of us, however, will put the pieces together in a different way. When our respective pic- tures are formed, they will each reflect a part of our personal experience. The combining of these indi- vidual impressions results in a composite picture of our class. This is our history. Thus, in its maturity, the class of 1955 passes from the pages of the News. Bob Feeley Tom Walsh 29 Coll¥ of Wilfred S. Lake Dean of the College of Liberal Arts MARGARET ANN ALLEN (i Washington Street Medford, Mass. Biology-Chemistry " Peggy " — Hus-Skiers 2, 3 (Sec), 4 — Biology Club ' 1, 2 (Sec.) Camera Club 2 — Cauldron 4 — Student Union 4 — Hobbies: Music, ceramics, knitting, photography — Suppressed Desire: To get a seat in the Commons at noon every day. — Best Time at N. t . : Friday night of last set of finals. NANCY LOUISE ALLEN 5 Waheno Street Boston, Mass. Biology-Chemistry " Toodie " — Hus-Skiers 2 — Tennis Club 4 — Chapel Choir 3 — Choral Society 1 — Xeirs 1 — Student U nion 3 — Omega Sigma Senior Rep. — Cora Lee Richards Scholarship — Hobbies: Writing. bowling, swimming — Suppressed Desire: To have a " bubbling " personality — Best Time at N. U.: Sophomore year. RICHARD ALAN ALTMAN " Dick " — Sigma Kappa P List 2, 3 — Camera Club 1 - 3 — I.R.C. 8. 65 ( ' open Street Dorchester, Mass. Pre-Legal i — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3 — Scabbard Blade IZABELLE DELORES ATAMIAN 50 Qvimby Street Watertown, Mass. Biology " Zab " — Omega Sigma (Sweater Saleswoman 1, 2, 3) — Hus-Skiers 2 — Biology Club 1 — Silver Masque 1 — Chapel Choir 2, 3, 4 — Choral Society 1, 2 — Cauldron 3, 4 (Man. Ed., Acting Ed. -in-Chief ) — News 1 — Student Lnion 1, 2, 3, 4 (Pres. ) — Ford Award 4 — Hobbies: Reading, music — Suppressed Desire: Be chief cook in the Commons — Best Time at N. U.: Student Union affairs, putting this mag together. JOSEPH ERNEST BARBEAU 20 }4 King Street Peabody. Mass. Chemistry Married — Art Club 1, 2 (Bus. Man. ) — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Hlade 4, 5 — Choral Society 2, 3 — Student Union 2, 3, 4, 5 (Vice-Pres.) — Class Cabinet 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.F.C.A. 4, 5 — Senior Week Committee 5 — University Song Leader 5 — A.C.S. 2, 3 (Sec.-Treas. ), 4 (Vice-Pres.), 5 (Pres.) — Ford Award 3; Chemical Clubs Scholarship 4 — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern University Chem. Dept. — Hobbies: Mountain climbing, skiing, tennis - - Suppressed Desire: To climb in Tibet - - Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom. JUNE DOROTHY BELLOTTI 115 Summer Street Arlington. Moss. Biology Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2 — Hus-Skiers 2 — Yacht Club 4 — Art Club 4 — Biology Club 1, 2 — Hobbies: Music, knit- ting, photography, sports — Best Time at N. U.: Chemistry labs. FRANK SALVATORE BETTINELLI 33 Wall Street Huston. Moss. Biology " Bikini — Balboa Junior College — Art Club 4 (Vice-Pres.), 5 — Biology Club 1, 2, 3, 4 — Radio Club 1 — Service Record: U. S. Army 1940-49 — Co-op Work Record: New England Deaconness Hospital — Hobbies: Painting, fishing, dancing -- Suppressed De- sire: To paint another Mona Lisa — Best Time at N.U.: Prof. Meserve ' s Art classes. RALPH EVANS BLACK 274 Washington Street Maiden, Mass. Pre-Dental " Blackie " — Gamma Phi Kappa — I.F.C. 4 — Dean ' s List 4 — Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 4 — Biology Club 1, 2 — Silver Masque 1,2 — Dance Band 1, 2 — Choral Society 1, 2, 3, 4 — Service Record: U. S. Army 1950-53 — Hobbies: Reading, hunting, fishing, traveling — Best Time at N. U.: G.P.K. parties. !, 4 — Scabbard unel riding — Best NATHANIEL JACOB BOLDE 119 Hazelton Street Mattapatt, Mass. Pre-Legal " N at " — Sigma Kappa Psi — R.O.T.C. 1, Blade 3, 4 -- Hobbies: Water skiing, footbal Time at X.l .: Senior Week. CHARLES W. BOOKER 80 Jerome Street West Medford, Mass. Sociology " Book " - Married — Hockey 1, 2, 3 - Chess Club 2 — Service Record: I " . S. Army 1939-44 — Hobbies: Hiking, flying, drawing - Suppressed Desire: The fear of a surplus income — Best Time at X. I ' .: The trip to the " Tiger ' s Territory " (Princeton). JOHN FREDERICK BRITT -201 Lincoln Avenue Saugus, Mass. Mathematics Married — Dean ' s List 4 — Math Club 4 — Physics Soc. 4 — Serv- ice Record: U. S. Marine Corps 1951-53 — Hobbies: Electronics, skiing, swimming. ARTHUR MAURICE BROOKS 130 Pleasant Street Brooldine, Mass. Biology " Shadrack " — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — Hus-Skiers 2 — Art Club 4, 5 (Pres.) — Biology Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Pres.) — Co-op Work Record: M.I.T.; Angell Memorial Animal Hospital — Hobbies: Music, painting, skiing — Suppressed Desire: Concert pianist. LAWRENCE EDWARD BURSTEIN 00 Franklin Avenue Revere, Mass. History-Government " Livy " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, Club 1, 2 (Pres.), 3 (Mgr.), 4 — R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 3 — Debating — Scabbard Blade 3, 4 — Hobbies: Radio, writing — Best Time at N. V.: Junior Dinner-Dance. LOUIS PETER CALLIARI 66 Daris Street Taunton, Mass. Physics Married - - Dean ' s List 4 — Math Club 2, 3, 4, 5 — Physics Club 2, 3, 4, 5 — Jr. Member of American Assn. of Physics Teachers 3, 4, 5 — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1940-48 — Hobby: Amateur telescope making — Suppressed Desire: To make a physics lab out of the new Gym. FRANK EDWARD CARTA 135 Main Street Wilmington, Mass. Biology " Frankie " — University of New Hampshire ■■ - R.O.T.C. 1, 2 Hobbies: Fishing, hunting, boats, guns -Suppressed Desire: To get a space in the parking lot at 8:45 a.m. - B. ' st Time at N. U.: Evening after finals. ROBERT ARTHUR CHAPMAN 36 Howe Street Orange, Mass. Sociology Phi (lamina Pi 2 (Social Ch.), 3 (House Mgr.) — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 - Basketball 1 - Hus-Skiers 3, 4, 5 — Philosophy Club 4, 5— News 3 •— Student Union 1, 2, 3 — Aca- demy — Co-op Work Record: Morgan Memorial Goodwill Inn; Cashier at N. U. — Hobbies: Athletics of all kin Is — Suppressed Desire: Adventurer, pure and simple - - Best Time at N. U.: Football games, skiing. Winter Carnivals. ALVIN IRVING COHEN 15 Boyden Street Dorchester, Mass. Psycholgoy " Al " — Married — Dean ' s List 4 — Biology Club 1, 2 — Psy- chology Society 1, 2, 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: Boston State Hospital; Youth Service Board, Detention Center — Hobbies: Music, reading, golf — Suppressed Desire: To laugh like crazy through finals — Best Time at N. U.: Senior Prom. MALCOLM RICHARD COHEN 68 Iffley Road Jamaica Plain, Mass. English-Journalism " Mai " — Lincoln Technical Institute — Kappa Zeta Phi (Rec. Scribe) — Dean ' s List 4 — News 2, 3 — Service Record: U. S. Army 1951-52 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Traveler; N. U. Public Relations Office — Hobbies: Fishing, boating, auto trips — Best Time at N. U.: Silver Masque plays, KZP socials. JULIO COLAVITA 18 Poplar Street Milford, Mass. Mathematics HENRY MARSHALL COOKE 721 South Main Street Randolph, Mass. Chemistry " Cookie " — A.C.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: A. D. Little; General Alloys Company — Hobbies: Photography, radio — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom. HELEN THERESA CORR ion ' 9 Main Street Andorer, Mass. Biology-Chemistry " Scotty " — Biology Club 1, 2, 3 — Omega Sigma 4 (Treas.) — Class Cabinet 2, 3, 4, 5 — Junior Prom Committee — Senior Week Committee (Co-Ch.) — Senior Prom Committee — Trustee Schol- arship — Co-op Work Record: American Conditioning House — Hobbies: Swimming, tennis — Suppressed Desire: " I don ' t suppress mine. " — Best Time at N. U.: Expressing those desires, Senior Week. GILBERT WHARTON CLOSE COX, JR. 37 Eaton Road Needham, Mass. History-Government " Gil " — Princeton University — Yacht Club 4 — Cauldron 5 — News 4, 5 — Hobbies: Sailing, golf, tennis — Suppressed Desire: Meaningful success. EDWARD TIMOTHY CROKE, JR. 45 Millwood Street Dorchester, Mass. Economics " Eddie " — American Marketing Assn. 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — Square Folk Dance Soc. 1, 2, 3, 4 — S.A.M. 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: McKesson Robbins. Inc. — Hobbies: Dancing, sports, bowling — Suppressed Desire: Graduate magna cum laudc — Best Time at N. V.: Graduation. JOHN JAMES D ' ADDIECO 79 Falcon Street East Boston. Mass. English -Jo u r nalis m Phi Beta Alpha (Historian) — Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5 — Biology Club 1, 2 — Cauldron 4, 5 (Make-up Ed.) — News 1, 2, 3 (Re-write Ed.), 4 (News Ed.), 5 (Man. Ed.) —Student I ' nion 1, 2 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Herald; Boston Globe — Hobbies: Wine, women and song — Suppressed Desire: Can not be revealed — Best Time at N. U.: Days off. i CHARLES EDWARD DALLACHIE 26 Moulton Road Arlington, Mass. Economics Freshman Honor List — Advertising Club 3, 4 — American Market- ing Assn. 3, 4 — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1950-52 — Co-op Work Record: E. R. Squibb Sons — Hobbies: Music, golf. ROBERT HARVEY DAVIDSON 208 Walnut Avenue Revere, Mass. 11 islor y-Go ver n m e n t " Bob " — Married — One daughter — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — Co-op Work Record: E. R. Squibb Sons — Best Time at N. U.: Graduation. PAUL FRANCIS DONOVAN 430 LaGrange Street West Roxbury, Mass. Chemistry Chess Club 1, 2 (Pres.), 3, 4 — A.C.S. 4, 5 — Achievement Award in Freshman Chemistry — Co-op Work Record: Frederick S. Bacon Laboratories — Hobbies: Photography, athletics, chess — Best Time at N. U.: Watching the N. U. football games. CAROLYN MARY DRIVER 45 Morrison Road Braintree, Mass. English-Journalism Dean ' s List 4 — Cheerleaders 2, 3, 4 (Capt.), 5 — Husky High- lighters 2, 3, 4, 5 (Ch.) — Husky Key 1 — I.R.C. 3 — Cauldron 3 — News 3, 4 (Off. Mgr.), 5 (News Ed.) — Class Cabinet 1 — Class Secretary 1 — Alumni Award 5 — Liberal Arts Scholarship 2, 3, 4 — Assoc. Ind. of Mass. Scholarship 5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe; Boston Athenaeum — Hobbies: Golf, reading, surf-casting — Suppressed Desire: To be a professional woman golfer and win the National Open — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom 1954. CARL FREDERICK EKMAN 153 Arsenal Street Watertown, Mass. Chemistry Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Band 1, 2, 3 — A.C.S. 4, 5 — Charles Hayden Memorial Scholarship; Henry Francis Barrows Scholarship — Academy — Co-op Work Record: Frederick S. Bacon Labs. — Hobbies: Music, photography — Suppressed De- sire: To have a permanently reserved seat in the Commons — Best Time at N. U.: Playing in the band at football rallies and dances. ROBERT FRANCIS FEELEY 572 Huntington Avenue Boston, Mass. Economics - R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 4 — Silver Masque 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — News (Feature Editor) — Student Council 3, 4, 5 — Class — Class Treasurer 2 — Co-op Work Record: United " Bob " — Phi Beta Alpha 4, 5 — Huskv Kev 1, 2, 3 1, 2, 3. 4, Cabinet 2 Shoe Machine Corporation: Boston Globe — Suppressed Desire: To put a quart of Carstairs in the Faculty wives punch — Best Time at N.U.: Re-stealing the Ram. DONALD PAUL FIELDS 58 Pearson Avenue Somerville, Mass. Mathematics Dean ' s List 3, 4 — Liberal Arts Scholarships 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: John Hancock Mutual Life Ins. Co.; General Radio Co. JOAN PARKER FOLSOM 165 Kelton Street Brighton, Mass. Biology-Chemistry Married — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 4 — Biology Club 1, 2 (Sec. ), 3 (Treas.) — Debating Club 4 — Chapel Choir 2 — Ome- ga Sigma Jr. Rep. 4 — Freshman Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: Arthur D. Little, Inc. — Hobbies: Camping, skiing — Sup- pressed Desire: " I never suppress them " — Best Time at N. U.: Graduation. STANLEY IRVING FREEMAN 123 Howard Street Melrose, Manx. Biology " Bucky " — Cross Country 1 — Hus-Skiers 3, 4, 5 (Treas.) — Track 1, 2 — Co-op Work Record: Hunt-Spiller Mfg. Co.; H. A. Johnson Co. — Hobbies: Skiing, fishing — Suppressed Desire: To get through — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom. BERNICE ESTHER GOLDBERG 4 Clinton Place New Bedford, Mass. English " Bunny " — Syracuse University — Yacht Club 4 (Sec), 5 — Co-op Work Record: ' Mass. General Hospital, Personnel Dept. — Hobbies: Traveling, enjoying life — Best Time at N. U.: Yacht Club Racing at Squantum. RICHARD STEPHEN GRACE 18 Old Westport Road North Dartmouth, Mass. Economics " Dick " — S.A.M. — Co-op Work Record: Goodyear Tire Rubber Co.; Peskamansett Golf Club — Hobbies: Golf, hunting, fishing, flying — Suppressed Desire: Professional golfer — Best Time at N. U.: Day after final exams each term. VICTOR JOSEPH GRENDA 32 Dana Avenue Hyde Park, Mass. Chemistry Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Band 2, 3, 4 (Drum Major and Asst. Mgr. ) — A.C.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Liberal Arts Scholarship 4 — Co-op Work Record: Harvard Med. School; Union Bay State Research Corp. — Hobbies: Horses, music. J. STEPHENSON HEMPHILL, JR. 40 Beechwood Avenue Watertown, Mass. English " Steve " — University of Rhode Island — Dean ' s List 2 — R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4 — Scabbard Blade 3, 4 — News 1 — Hobbies: Hunting, diving — Best Time at N. U.: Classes. JAMES POTTER HODGKINS, JR. 59 Pilgrim Road Marblehead, Mass. History-Government " jj m " _ Dean ' s List 5 — Advertising Club 1 — Art Club 2 — I.R.C. 3, 4, 5 — News 3, 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Traveler; Boston Globe — Hobbies: Athletic contests, hiking, camping out, reading — Suppressed Desire: To attend a Dean ' s List Dinner — Best Time at N. U.: Watching " My Sister Eileen " with a beautiful young lady. HARRY MILTON HOLMES 07 Maple Street Milton, Mass. Mathematics Co-op Work Record: U. S. Army Quartermaster Research Devel- opment Command: Alfred Hale Rubber Company — Hobbies: Cars, movies. JOSHUA HAROLD HURVITZ 63 Allen Street Boston, Mass. Mathematics " Josh " — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — Camera Club 1 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 4, 5 — I.R.C. 2, 3 — Math Club 2, 3, 4, 5 — Radio Club 1 — News 1 — Physics Club 2, 3, 4, 5 — Charles Hayden Memorial Scholarship, 1950 — Co-op Work Record: Research Cal- culations Inc.; Sylvania Electric Co., Inc.; Photon, Inc. — Hobbies: Sports cars, bowling, handball — Suppressed Desire: To beat Prof. Cooperstein at handball — Best Time at N. U.: Freshman Night 1950. 3» isiS ROBERT F. JAKUBOWICZ 137 Valley Street Providence, Rhode Island History-Government KESTUTIS ALOYZAS KEBLYS-KEBLINSKAS 31 Farrington Street Brockton, Mass. Chemistry " Kest " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Camera Club 1 — Chess Club 1, 2 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — I.R.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.C.S. 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Arthur D. Little Co.; Hunt- Spiller Mfg. Corp.; Boston Woven Hose and Rubber Co. — Hobby: Writing — Suppressed Desire: To tell the truth about N. U. co-eds — Best Time at N. U.: I.R.C. Banquet 1954. JOAN FRANCIS KELLY 154 Butler Road Quincy, Mass. Pre- Medical " Kel " — Omega Sigma Cabinet 3, 4 — Yacht Club 2, 3, 4, 5 (Sec.) — Co-op Work Record: Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals; Angel] Memorial Animal Hospital — Hobbies: Dogs, sailing, swimming — Best Time at N. U.: Graduation. WILLIAM JOSEPH KERRIGAN 23 Willowdean Avenue West Roxbury, Mass. Chemistry " Bill " — A.C.S. 2, 3, 4 (Treas.), 5 (Pres.) — Co-op Work Record: Godfrey L. Cabot; Raytheon Mfg. Co.; Northeastern University — Hobbies: Spear-fishing, golf, chess — Suppressed Desire: To find my brick in the Library building — Best Time at N. U. : When Victor Grenda, 55LA, acquired his lab name " Boom-Boom " ' Grenda. RUTH MAY KILLAM Richards Road Southboro, Mass. Biology-( ' hemistry Biology Club 2, 3 — Square Folk Dance Soc. 1, 2, 3, 4 — Chapel Choir 1 — Co-op Work Record: M.I.T., Food Dept.; Frederick S. Bacon Chemical Research Labs. — Hobbies: Camping, skiing, cook- ing — Suppressed Desire: " I ' m very expressive " — Best Time at N.U.; Graduation. RACHEL ANNE KONTOFF 27 Overlook Park- Newton Centre, Mass. Sociology " Rickey " — Westbrook Jr. College — Hus-Skiers 3 (Sec), 4 (Vice Pres.) — Philosophy Club 3 — Cauldron 3, 4 (Bus. Mgr.) — Neivs 2, 3, 4 (Adv. Mgr.) — Browning-Robinson Ski Trophy — Hobbies: Tennis, golf — Best Time at N. U.: Winter Carnival. ATHENA GEORGE KOROLOGOS 8 Lagrange Street Lowell, Mass. Mathematics " Tina ' ' — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Chess Club 1, 2 — Math Club 1. 2. 3, 4 (Sec), 5 (Pres.) — Silver Masque 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Chapel Choir 3, 4, 5 (Pres.) — Choral Society 1, 2, 3 (Librarian), 4, 5 — Fresh- man Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: Research Calculations; Allied Research Assoc Inc.; M.I.T., Project " Whirlwind " — Hob- bies: Music, ping-pong, reading. PHOEBE REGINA KREY 9 i Old Ferry Road Haverhill ' , Mass. Pre-Medical Brooklyn College - - Omega Sigma 2, 3, 4 (Corres. Sec), 5 — Dean ' s List 2, ' 3, 4 — Art Club ' 4, 5 — Biology Club 3, 4 — Husky-High- lighters 5 — Modern Language Club 3 — Senior Ring Award — Aca- demy (Sec-Treas. ) — Co-op Work Record: Mass. General Hospital; Hale Hospital — Hobbies: Gardening, art — Suppressed Desire: Acting — Best Time at N. U.: Organic chemistry lab. Freshman Honor List — A.C.S. . ' !, 4, 5 — C Sylvania Electric Products; Arthur D. Little, In Sports, reading. FRANCIS JOSEPH LONG H (i Huclcins Avenue Squantum, Mass. Econom irs " Frank " — Boston College ing, sailboat racing, sailing. COSTAS LAGOS 1 Harbor Street Salem, Mass. Chemistry op Work Record ' : Hobbies: Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Hobbies: Himt- PATRICIA MARY LYNCH 34 Albany Street WoUaston, Mass. Biology-Chemistry " Patty " — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — Art Club 4, 5 (Sec. ) — Biology Club 1, 2, 3, 4 —Omega Sigma 1, 2, 3 (Rep.), 4 (Rec. Sec), 5 (Vice-Pres. ) — Co-op Work Record: Arthur D. Little, Inc. — Hobbies: Painting, music — Suppressed Desire: To be the discoverer of the cause of cancer — Best Time at N. U.: Organic chemistry lab and lecture. CHARLES FRANCIS LYONS 393 Massachusetts Avenue Boston, Mass. English-Journalism " Charlie " — Dean ' s List 4 — Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4 — Track 1, 2, 3, 4 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 -Cauldron 5 — News 3, 4, 5 - Co-op Work Record: Boston Herald - — Hobbies: Running, reading, weightlifting, swimming — Best Time at X. I ' .: Watching sports events. JAMES ROGER LYONS 393 Massachusetts Avenue Boston, Mass. Pre-Legal k " Jim " — Boston University — Freshman Honor List — R.O.T.C. Pk 1, 2. | JOHN CALVIN MACLEAN y 10 Summer Avenue Maiden, Mass. History-Govern meat J Bradley University — I.R.C. 1 — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1943- jp 4(i — Hobbies: Reading, opera collection — Best Time at N. U.: M Graduation. " Fred " FREDERICK W. MALLONEE South Main Street Monmouth, Mass. Sociology Freshman Declamation Contest. GEORGES F. MARJOLLET 5.S5 Washington Street Brookline, Mass. History-Government JOHN HENRY MARTIN 77 Augustus Avenue Roslindale, Mass. English Dean ' s List 2, 3 — Yacht Club 1 Art Club 1, 2 (Treas.) — News LOUIE DELLO MART INO 500 Highland Avenue Maiden, Mass. Biology-Chemistry " Lou " — Biology Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Ch.) — Tennis Club 2, 3, 4 (Pres.) — Philosophy Club 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: General Latex Corp. — Hobbies: Chess, tennis, music, hi-fi — Supressed Desire: Subjecting Prof. Keiser to an hour of Kenton ' s best behind a 50-watt amplifier played at full volume — Best Time at N. V.: Discussing the follies of mice and men in the Commons over a cup of their best boiler water coffee. TERRENCE JOSEPH MCLEAN 50 Cedar Street Clinton, Mass. Pre-Legal " Terry " — Married — One daughter — University of Maryland — Dean ' s List 2, 4 — I.R.C. 3 — Service Record: U. S. Army 1942-45 — Hobbies: Old books, golf — Suppressed Desire: To pilot a new M.T.A. car from Park St. to N. U. — Best Time at N. U.: Attending I.R.C. meetings. ELIZABETH CORDELIA MERRYLEES 17 Forthsyth Street Boston, Mass. English- Journalism " Betty " — Phoenix Jr. College; Washington University — Student Union 5 — Service Record: U. S. Air Force 1943-53 — Hobbies: Art, aviation — Suppressed Desire: To be a Congresswoman. ANDREW HUGH MESSER 17 Magnolia Square Dorchester, Mass. Biology " Boomie " — Kappa Zeta Phi (Corres. Scribe) — Biology Club 1, 2, 3, 4 — Silver Masque 1, 2 — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern University Bio. Dept. — Hobbies: Music, woodworking, mountain climbing — Suppressed Desire: To discover the meaning of abstract terms — Best Time at N. U.: Finding virgin females for an experi- ment in genetics (flies, that is). RICHARD CHRISTEN MIKKELSEN 157 Holten Street Danvers, Mass. Biology " Dick " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Biology Club 1, 2. 3— Student Union 5 — Class Cabinet 4 — R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: M.I.T.; Wirthmore Grain Research — Hobbies: Hunting, fishing — Sup- pressed Desire: To own a car that goes " put-put " instead of " put- bang. " RICHARD RUDOLPH MIRANDA 1528 Centre Street Roslindale, Mass. Economics " Dick " — Phi Beta Alpha — Freshman Honor List — I.R.C. 2, 3, 4 — Psychology Society 2 — News 2, 3, 4 (Re- write Ed.), 5 — Student Union 1, 2, 3 ( Vice-Pres.), 4 (Pres.), 5 — Assoc. Ind. of Mass. Scholarship; Clara and Joseph F. Ford Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: Radiocall of Boston; Sanborn Co. MARTIN NAKASHIAN 193 Bradford Street Everett, Mass. Physics " Marty " — Freshman Honor List — Art Club 2, 3 — Camera Club 1 — Radio Club 2, 3 — Silver Masque 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Student Union 4, 5 — A.C.S. 2, 3 — Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Co.; Spaulding Moss Co. — Hobby: Electronics. W i-¥ ANTHONY DOMINIC NAPOLITANO 57 Farragui Avenue Somerrille, Mass. English-Journalism " Tony " — Advertising Club 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — Husky Key 3, 5 — I.R.C. 3, 4 — Cauldron 3, 4, 5 — News 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (Librarian) — Student Union 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern Uni- versity, Boston Herald-Traveler; Boston Globe — Hobbies: Writing, dancing, photography — Suppressed Desire: A date with Gina Lolla- bridgida — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom. WILHELM JUUHL NELSON, JR. 2S Beecker Street Jamaica Plain, Mass. Sociology " Bill " — Boston University; Bethany College — Dean ' s List 5 — Cross Countrv 1, 2, 3, 4 — Hus-Skiers 1,5 — Track 1, 2, 3, 4 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 4, 5 — Student Union 3, 4, 5 — A.F.C.A. 5 — Rifle Club 5 — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern University; Boston Globe — Hobbies: Sports, relay team, track, cross country — Suppressed Desire: Being a professor for a day — Best Time at N. U.: Track and cross country banquets. JOSEPH VINCENT NISCO 7(i School Street Revere, Mass. Modern Languages " Joe " — Phi Beta Alpha — Dean ' s List 4 — Modern Language Club 2, 3 — Choral Society 2, 3, 4, 5 — News (Librarian) 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe — Hobby: Tennis — Suppressed Desire: A date with Lolla. ROBERT LOUIS NOLAN 104 Marlborough Street Boston. Mass. ' Biology " Bob " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, .5 — Hus-Ski- ers 1 — Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Biology Club 2, 3 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Academy 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Mass. General Hospital; Robert Lovett Memorial Labs. — Hobbies: Photography, sports — Suppressed Desire: To stand up and yell " Quiet! " in the library — Best Time at N. U. ; After every set of finals are over. CARL LEONARD OLSON 753 North Street Randolph, Mass. Economics " Len " — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — Husky Highlighters 4, 5 — Silver Masque 1, 2, 3, 4 (Pres. ) 5 — Neics 3, 4, 5 (Copy Ed.) —Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe; Associated Industries of Mass. — Hobbies: Woodworking, dramatics, boating — Suppressed Desire: Censored — Best Time at N. U.: News banquets. NORMAN DICK OLSON Sunday Hill, Causeway Street Mill is, Mass. Chemistry " Olie " — Married — One son — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Choral Society 1 — A.C.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Freshman Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: Bird Son, Inc. — Hobbies: Architecture, photography — Suppressed Desire: Symphony conductor — Best Time at N. U.: Finals week. EDWARD LAURENCE OSTROM, JR. (ill Adams Street Milton, Mass. Chemistry " Ed " — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Rifle Club 3, 4, 5 (Pres.) — R.O.T.C. and Varsity Rifle Team 3, 4, 5 — Silver Masque 2, 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 3, 4, 5 — A.C.S. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Arthur D. Little, Inc.; Boston University Atomic Energy Project — Hobbies: Boy scouting, own business ( " Trainette Co. " ). ANTHONY JOSEPH PALMERINO 42 Grant Avenue Belmont, Mass. Psychology " Tony " — Married — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Psychology Society 2 — Student Union 2 — Co-op Work Record: Chinese YMCA; Metropolitan State Hospital — Hobbies: Outdoor sports, fishing, hunting — Best Time at N. U.: All of it. PHILIP PETER PAPPAS 34 Washburn Street Watertown, Mass. " Phil " — Married — N. U. Evening School of Business — Sigma Phi Alpha — Husky-Highlighters 5 — Tennis Club 1,2 — Student Council 3, -1 (Pres.), 5 — Student Union 1, 2 — Class Cabinet 2, 5 — S.A.M. 4, 5 — Senior Week Committee — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1950-52 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co.; Travelers Ins. Co.; Phillips Sweet Co. — Hobbies: Woodworking, reading, golf — Suppressed Desire: Own a country estate — Best Time at N. U. : Junior Prom. IRWIN DONALD PARNESS 70 Coolidge Street Brook line, Mass. History-Govern merit " Red " — Columbia University; University of Kentucky — Service Record: U. S. Air Force 1951-54 — Hobbies: Photography, music, golf. JAMES WALLACE PATTISON 9 Of Wood Avenue East Weymouth, Mass. Economics " Jim " — Debating Club 2, 3 - Modern Language Club 2. EDWARD FRANCIS PAVIA 33 Cochituate Road Framingham, Mass. Biology " Eddie " — Married — Biology Club 1, 2, 3 — Service Record: U. S. Army 1952-54 — Hobbies: Photography, boating — Sup- pressed Desire: Not to have to depend on wife ' s paycheck — Best Time at X. U.: Junior Prom. PIO JOSEPH PETROCCHI 170 Mi not Street Dorchester, Mass. Physics Hus-Skiers 4, 5 — Math Club 3, 5 — Tennis Club 3 — Physics Society 5 (Treas. ) — Service Record: U. S. Air Force 1947-50 — Co- op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co. — Hobbies: Astronomy, photography, skiing — Suppressed Desire: To be given a free hand at Mt. Palomar Observatory for one night — Best Time at X. U.: Ski Carnival. KENNETH EDWARD PLACEK 233 Summer Street Somerville, Mass. English Dean ' s List 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Herald; E. R. Squibb Sons — Hobbies: Golf, boating. PAUL FRANCOIS PRATTE 299 Whittenton Street Taunton, Mass. Chemistry Married — A.C.S. — Service Record: U. S. Army 1952-54 — Co-op Work Record: American Conditioning House; George O. Jinkins Co.; Wirthmore Research Labs. — Hobby: Hunting — Best Time at X. U.: Graduation. THEODORE EVANS REED 17 Park Street Dorchester, Mass. Economics " Ted " — Married — One son — Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 3 — Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice-Commodore), 5 (Commodore) — Square Folk Dance Soc. 1, 2, 3 (Pres. ), 4, 5 — Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Choral Society 1, 2, 3 — Student Union 2, 3, 4, 5 (Pres.) — Co-op Work Record: Jordan Marsh Co.; Guardian Alarm Co.; Home for Little Wanderers — Hobbies: Sailing, mountain climbing, camping, square dancing — Suppressed Desire: Have a square dance in the library during exam week — Best Time at X. U.: With Student Union crowd and Gloria. ' ' ? DONALD STUART RICHARDSON 63 Mill Street Woburn, Mass. Biology " Don " — Hus-Skiers 2, 3 — Yacht Club 4 — Art Club 4 — Biology Club 1, 2, 3 — Hobbies: Music, art, skating — Suppressed Desire: To get a space in the parking lot — Best Time at N. C: Holidays. THOMAS JOSEPH RYAN 297 Dudley Street Roxbury, ' Mass. " Tom — Maryknoll Jr. Seminary; Maryknoll Jr. College — Phi Beta Alpha — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 4, 5 — Biology Club 3, 4 — Debating Club 5 — Silver Masque 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (Pres. ) — News 1, 2, 3, 4 (Feature Ed.), 5 (Mgr. Ed.) —Student Council 4 5 — R O.T.C. 1,2 — Alpha Psi Omega — 3rd Prize, Freshman De- clamation Contest: 1st Prize, Thirty-second Annual Upperclass Speaking Contest — Co-op Work Record: Angell Memorial Hospi- tal; N. U. — Suppressed Desire: To release one million Drosophila melanogaster in Symphony Hall during Alumni Convocation — Best Time at N. U.: Chandler Chorus Concert. BARRY AVRUM SANDLER 26 Janet Road Newton, Mass. English-Journalism Boston University — I.R.C 2, 3, 4 — Hobbies: Sports, music, cut- ting classes — Suppressed Desire: To play par golf — Best Time at N. l : Dr. Van Lennep ' s class in advanced composition. FRANK NEWHALL SANGER 205 A ndover Street Peabody, Mass. Chemistry , _ ... Married — One daughter — Dean s List 4 — Student Council 4 — Class Cabinet 1 — A.C.S. 3, 4, 5 (Vice-Pres.) — Co-op Work Record: American Resinous Chemicals Corp. — Hobbies: Reading, swim- ming — Suppressed Desire: To have own way at school. NADJA N. SAVCHUK 41 Sargents Street Lynn, Mass. Economics " Nari " —Omega Sigma (Rep. 4) — Camera Club 4 — Husky Key 1 J — Choral Society 1 —Co-op Work Record: Radcliffe College: Shaw-Walker Co.; Lynn Hospital — Hobbies: Photography, out- ings, skiing — Best Time at N. U.: Freshman Prom. JAMES RUDOLPH SCROGGS 7 Taylor Road Milton, Mass. " Jim " — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: U. S. Army Quartermaster Research and Development Command; 1 he Browne and Nichols School; Boston State Hospital — Hobbies: Golt, music, photographv — Suppressed Desire: My desires are so well sup- pressed that I can ' t think of any - Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom. EARL A. SCRUTON 50 Tyler Street Medford, Mass. Mathematics Hus-Skiers 2, 3 — Service Record: U. S. Army 1952-54 — Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Co. — Hobbies: Automobiles, table tennis. JOHN ROBERT SEMINATORE 25 Wright Street Woburn, Mass. Pre- Medical. , ,„ , Dean ' s List 3, 4 — Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 3 — Yacht Club 4 — Art ( lub 4 — Biology Club 1, 2, 3 — Hobbies: Art, photography, skiing- Best Time " at N. U.: 1954 Ski Carnival. 5 — Sears, Roebuck Scholarship — Herald-Traveler — Hobbies: Sailing, JAMES M. SEXTON 620 River Street Mattapan, Mass. English Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Neies Co-op Work Record: Boston swimming. OUIRINO A. SGROSSO 104 Reed Street Lexington, Mass. History-Government Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Sears B. Condit Award; Dean ' s List Scholarship — Academy — Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Co. — Hobbies: Reading, sports, music. EDWARD FRANCIS SHEA 53 Washington Street Dedham, Mass. History-Government " Ed " — Cross Country 1, 2, 3 (Capt), 4 — Track 1, 2, 3, 4—. R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4 — Band 5 — Most Improved Player 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: Houghton-Mifflin Co.; Boston Herald-Traveler; Sanborn Co. — Hobbies: Running, piano playing, skiing — Sup- pressed Desire: To become a better runner — Best Time at N. L .: Weekend trips with N. U. track and cross country teams, also the football games. JOHN JOSEPH SHEEHAN ( 8 Thornton Park Winthrop, Mass. English " Jack " — Married — One daughter — Cauldron 3, 4 (Sports Ed.) — News 3, 4, 5 (News Alumni Award) — Service Record: D. S. Air Force 1951-53 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe — Hobby: Golf. WALTER MICHAEL SHICKOLOVICH 44 Pacific Street Lynn, Mass. Psychology " Chick " — Biology Club 1,2 — R.O.T.C. 1, 2 — Psychology Soci- ety 2, 3 — Co-op Work Record: Boston State Hospital — Hobbies: Reading psychology, swimming, weightlifting, wrestling — Best Time at N. U.: Enjoyed everything at N. U. LLOYD CHARLES SICARI 117 Avon Hill Cambridge, Mass. History-Govern merit — I.R.C. 1, 2 — Philosophy Club 3 — Billiards — Suppressed Desire: Attorney- U.: Final exams. •Sack " - R.O.T.C. at-law — Dean ' s List 3 1, 2 — Hobby: Best Time at X ROBERT A. SPARKS 12 Woodbine Street Auburndale, Mass. Mathematics " Charlie " Ma CHARLES STEDMAN STEPHEN, JR. 48 Garfield Road Melrose, Mass. English-Journalism News 2, 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe — Hobbies: Reading, mountain climbing. BRUCE EATON STEWART, JR. 22 Rowe Hill Road Stoneham, .Mass. History-Government " Brueie " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2 — Choral So- ciety 1 2-5 (Bus. Mgr.) — News 3 — Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 3, 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade — Charles Hayden Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: Pilgrim Press Publishing Co.; Northeastern University; E. R. Squibb Sons Co. — Suppressed Desire: Start a new human race by crossing apes with people — Best Time at N. U: Attending our " away " football games. LAWRENCE STREET 19 Bearer Place Boston, Mass. English " Larry " — Silver Masque 1, 3, 5 — Chapel Choir 3, 4 — Choral Society 1, 2, 3 (Vice-Pres. ) 4, 5 (Librarian) — Student Union 1, L 2, 3, 4, 5 — Service Record: U S. Navy 1945-46 — Co-op Work Re- cord: New England Mutual Life Ins. Co.; Boston Globe; Powers and Hall — Hobbies: Sports, music, reading, shop work — Suppressed Desire: To smoke in the X. U. classrooms — Best Time at N. U: Choral activities. PAULA DIANE SWARTZ 132 (ilea irau Street Dorchester, Mass. English-Journalism Dean ' s List 2, 3 — Camera Club 1 — Husky Highlighters 4 — Husky Key 1— Silver Masque 2, 3, 4 — Alpha Psi Omega -Square Folk Dance Society 1 — News 1— Hobbies: Dramatics, writing children ' s stories and poems, dancing, drawing — Suppressed De- sire: To travel extensively abroad — Best Time at X. U: After Saturday ' s performance of " Joan of Lorraine. DONALD J. TAYLOR 100 Main Street Rock port, Mass. History-Government " Don " — Married — One daughter — Dean ' s List 3 — I.R.C. 1, 2 — Modern Language Club 1, 2, 3 — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1942-46 — Hobbies: Sports, square dancing — Best Time at N. U: Graduation. _ _ GENNARO HENRY TEMPONE 454 Main Street Medford, Mass. Economics " Jazz " — Phi Beta Alpha (Corres. Sec. ) — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — I.R.C. 4 — Silver Masque 2 — News 2, 3, 4 (Re- write Ed.), 5 (Copy Ed. ) — Class Cabinet 2, 3, 4 (Prom Comm.), 5 — Senior Week Committee — Charles Hayden Memorial Scholar- ship — Academy 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe — Hob- bies: Dancing, population study — Suppressed Desire: To lie a radio announcer or movie star — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Dinner-Dance. PAUL ARTHUR TESSIER 125 Clark Street New Bedford, Mass. Biology Phi Gamma Pi (Sec. ' 2 ). (Alumni Sec. 4 ) — Dean ' s List 2 — Hus- Skiers 2, 3, 4 — Art Club 3 — Biology Club 2 — Camera Club 4 Band 1, 2 — Choral Society 4 — Hobbies: Skiing, photography — Suppressed Desire: To study in the serenity of a submerged bathy- sphere — Best Time at X. U: Ski Carnivals. JOSEPH ANTHONY VACCARO 105 Saint Andrew Road East Boston, Mass. English-Journalism " Joe " — Married — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2 — Bi- ology Club 2, 3 — I.R.C. 2, 3 — News 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Re- cord: Boston Herald — Hobbies: Music, photography, sports — Suppressed Desire: To have my own column in the paper — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom at the Sheraton-Plaza. LOUIS JOHN VENTOLA 28 Arlington Street Somerville, Mass. Psychology " Lou " —Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Psychology Society 1, 2, 3 — Philosophy Club 4 — Choral Society 1 — Academy — Co-op Work Record: Boston Mutual Life Insurance Co.: Boston Psycopathic Hospital; Army Quartermaster Research and Develop- mental Division — Hobbies: Music, sports, collecting classic litera- ture — Best Time at X. U: Junior Prom. HI ROY EDWARD VERDERBER -27.5 East -250th Street Euclid, Ohio Economics " Roy " — University of Cincinnati — Alpha Kappa Sigma - Yacht Club 1, 2 — Chess Club 3 — Debating Club 1 -Square Folk Dance Soc. ' 2 — S.A.M. 3 — Service Record: U. S. Army 1952- 53 — Hobby: Railroad historian — Suppressed Desire: Would like to found a university and become rich — Best Time at N. U.: The " " ' ' " " " EARLE BURTON WEISS 140 East Ho ii rue Road Newton, Mass. Biology Kappa Zeta Phi — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Biology Club 1, 2, 3, 4 — Chess Club 1 — Debating Club 2 — News 2 — Academy — Co-op Work Record: M.I.T.; U. of Massa- chusetts — Hobbies: Music, painting, mountain climbing — Sup- pressed Desire: Learn to mambo — Best Time at N. U.: Cat lab. JOHN PAUL WORTH, JR. Fitzgerald Street Randolph, Mass. History-Government " Jack ' ' ' — Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 3, 4 — Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, 4 — R.O.T.C. 1, 2 — News 2, 3 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Herald-Traveler; National Fire Protection Assoc; Boston State Hospital — Hobby: Parties — Best Time at N. U.: After finals and the ski carnivals. WILLIAM LOUIS XIFARAS 1(15 Acushnet Avenue New Bedford, Mass. Pre-Dental " Greek " — Dean ' s List 3 — Biology Club 1, 2 — Philosophy Club 2 — Student Union 4 — R.O.T.C. 1,2 — Hobbies: Dancing, foreign coins, swimming — Suppressed Desire: To be able to sing like Eddie Fisher — Best Time at X. U.: The first and last days. DAVID VERNON YOUNG ' 219 Commonwealth Avenue Newton, Mass. Mathematics " Dave " — Married — Worcester Polytechnic Institute — Math Club 5 — Co-op Work Record: John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co. — Hobbies: Tennis, photography, stamp collecting. JOHN CHARLES BRATSOS 18 Davis Street Boston, Mass. Physics Math Club 1 — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1944-40 — Hobbies: Reading, basketball, math. JOHN G. CLAPP 124 Kennett Street Forestville, Connecticut English DONALD F. JEPSEN 11 Jepsen Court West Newton, Mass. Economics GERALD G. KRAMER 41 Shepard Street Lynn, Mass. Economics HERBERT LEMELMAN 33 Wendell Park Milton, Mass. History-Government " Herb " — Boston University — Dean ' s List 4 — News 2 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe — Hobbies: Bowling, music — Suppressed Desire: See- ing students telling librarians to " whisper please " - Best Time at N. U.: The night after the last final. CYRIL MACKEY G Boyd Street Dorchester, Mass. English JOSEPH EDWARD MARINO 70 Porter Street Somerville, Mass. Pre-Legal " Joe " — Married — One son — Dean ' s List 2 — Debating Club 1, 2 — I.R.C. 3 — Service Record: U. S. Army 194:5-46 — Hobbies: Bringing up a family — Suppressed Desire: Shouting " Shut up! " in the Commons — Best Time at N. U.: Taking final exams. SAL PAUL MAZZOCCA 141 Princeton Street Medford, Mass. History-Government " Sal " — Married — One daughter — Baseball 4 — Track 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — New England IC4A Broad Jump Record Holder (23 ft. 8% in.) — Service Re- cord: U. S. Army 1952-54 — Co-op Work Record: Northeaster n University — Hobbies: Piano, auto- mobiles, historical events — Suppressed Desire: To be a highly successful track coach — Best Time at N. U. : Sophomore year. SHEPPARD ORLOFF 112 Shawmut Avenue Chelsea, Mass. History-Government LEONARD R. SANDOCK SI Cliff mont Street Roslindale, Mass. Chemistry — A. C.S. 5 RICHARD A. SONEGO 15 Searieir Avenue East Boston, Mass. Hi story -Government PHYLLIS M. WHORESKEY 59 Montclair Avenue Roslindale, Mass. Sociology eoti¥ of S«0 ee0g William T. Alexander Dean of the College of Engineeri) ROGER P. ADAIR, JR. 995 Main SI reel Bingham,, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Rog " — Cornell University — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Choral Society 2, 3, 4, 5 (Vice-Pres.) — I.R.E. — Eta Kappa Nu; Tan Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: Bethlehem Steel Co. — Hobby: Making and listening to music — Suppressed Desire: To make merry — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom. EDWARD A. ALVES 1 Alma Avenue Bristol, Rhode Island Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. 3 WILLIAM CLIFFORD ANDERSON 46 Forsyth Street Boston, ' Mass. Electrical Engineering " Andy " -Married — One daughter — Student Council 1 — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1943-46 — Co-op Work Record: New England Transformer Co. — Hobbies: Philo- sophy, science fiction — Suppressed Desire: Impress more people that skepticism is better than belief without evidence — Best Time at N. U.: Senior year. RUSSELL HALLETT ANTHONY Old Church Road Yarmouth, Mass. Mechanical Engineering AS.M.E. 4, 5 — Co-op Work R.O.T.C. 3, 4, " Russ Record: Fall River Gas Works Co. — Hobbies: Reading, st collecting — Suppressed Desire: To get an " A " — Best Time at N. U.: Lunch time. ALAN EARLE ARNFIELD 15 Tudor Street Methuen, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Al " — Married — One son — Radio Club 1, 2 — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1944-46 — Co-op Work Record: Bomac Laboratories; Sylvania Electric; American Totalisator — Hobby: Amateur Radio (W1NNG) — Suppressed Desire: To be- come owner of my own electronics firm — Best Time at N. U. : Junior Prom. RAYMOND DUSTIN ARNOLD 8 II ' itreet Darners, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Dusty " — Dance Band 3, 4 — Husky Key 2, 3, 4 — Radio Club 2 — Chapel Choir 5 — I.R.E. — Co-op Work Record: General Elec- tric Co.; Sylvania Electric Co. — Hobbies: Electronics, motorcycling — Best Time at N. U.: Graduation. JOHN H. ARONSON, JR. 35 Wessagussett Road Weymouth, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Jack " — Married — One daughter — Intra-mural Basketball 5 — Math Club 1 — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 3, 4, 5 — E.C.N.U. 5 — Eta Kappa Nu 4, 5 — Tau Beta Pi — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1946-49 — Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Electric Prod. Inc.; M.I.T. — Hobbies: Sports, music, electronics — Best Time at N. U.: The N.E.E.D.S. Parties. PAUL FYFE BABCOCK 136 Howard Street Reading, Mass. Electrical Engineering U. S. Coast Guard Academy — I.R.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Lavoie Labs. — Hobby: Experimental radio control. J GEORGE HENRY BAGNALL 16 Brooks Street Brighton, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Red " — Sigma Phi Alpha (House Mgr. 5) — Hus-Skiers 4, 5 — Chess Chili 1, 2, 3. 4, 5 — A.I.E.E. — Eta Kappa Nv 5 — Co-op Work R ecord: Allis Chalmers Mfg. Co.; U. S. Army, Corps of Engineers — Hobbies: Golf, basketball, chess — Suppressed Desire: To be a professional golfer — Best Time at N. U.: Senior Week. ALAN D. BAILEY 1(1 Lake Avenue Amesbury, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Al " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 4, 5 — Band 1, 2 — RiHe Club 5 — A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 5 — Eta Kappa Nit — Service Record: D. S. Air Force 1951-53 — Co-op Work Record: Instrument Devel- opment Labs.: Hytron Radio Electronics Co.; Chase-Shawmut Co. -Hobbies: Ham radio, eating, sleeping — Suppressed Desire: To remain a confirmed bachelor. LAWRENCE CHARLES BAKER 29 Erie Street Dorchester, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Larry " — Sigma Kappa Psi (Pledge Master 4), (Rec. Scribe 5) — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Meisel Press Mfg. Co.; Modern Die Machine Co.; Raytheon Mfg. Co. — Hobby: Golf — Suppressed Desire: To write science fiction — Best Time at N. U.: Graduation Day. ALEXANDER BANACH 79 Sycamore Street Somerville, Mass. Civil Engineering Married — Three daughters — Art Club 2 — Intra-mural Softball 3, 4, 5 — N.U.C.E.S. 3. 4, 5 (Ch. ) — E.C.N.U. 4, 5 — Service Re- cord: U. S. Navy 1946-49 — Co-op Work Record: Mass. Dept. of Public Works — Suppressed Desire: To have a son — Best Time at N. U. : Graduation. RALPH WILLIAM BARCROFT 53 Jamaica Street Lawrence, Mass. . Electrical Engineering Dean ' s List 3 — Math Club 1 — I.R.E. — Co-op Work ' Record ' : General Radio Co.; Simplex Wire Cable Co.; Tyer Rubber Co. — Hobbies: Building hi-fi equipment, fishing, tennis — Best Time at N. I ' .: Junior Prom. CHARLES N. BARLOG 16 Clark Avenue Pauincket, Rhode Island Mechanical Engineering RICHARD ALAN BENSON 24 Chisholm Road Roslindale, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Richie " — A.S.M.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co.; Badger Fire Extinguisher Co.; Warren Bros. Roads Co. — Hobbies: Coif, basketball, baseball. ALLAN EDWARD BERRY 12 Russell Road Wellesley, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Al " — A.I.E.E. -I.R.E. — Co-op Work Record: Tufts College; Harvey- Wells, Inc.; Clark Crystal Co. — Hobby: Photography. MELVIN I. BLOOM 6 Norfolk Terrace Dorchester, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Mel " — Married — Kappa ' Acta Phi — Freshman Honor List. — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — E.C.N.U. 4, 5 — I.R.E. 3. 4. 5 —Eta Kappa Nn 4, 5 — Tan Beta Pi 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co.; American Machine Foundry Co. — Hobbies: Sports, ama- teur radio — Suppressed Desire: To lie c lass monitor in place of Al Kadis — Best Time at N. D.: Graduation. WILLIAM JOSEPH BONAFEDE i) Albion Street Boston, Muss. Electrical Engineering " Bill " - - Co-op Work Record: M.I.T. Instrumentation Lab. RUSSELL SAWYER BOWIE Union Street Mi II is, Mass. Civil Engineering Lincoln Technical Institute — Band 2 — Class Cabinet 1 — X.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: Town of Needham Eng. Dept.; K. E. Mclntyre. RONALD JAMES BRENNAN 5 Sutcliffe Court Lawrence, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Ronnie " — Dean ' s List 3 — Cross Country 1 — Track 1 — Math Club 1, 2 — Choral Society 1 — I.R.E. — Co-op Work Record: New England Power Service Co. — Hobbies: Building hi-fi equipment, auto mechanics, music — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom. JAMES F. BROOKS 90 Kittredge Street Roslindale, Muss. Mechanical Engineering " Jim " — A.S.M.E. 3, ' 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Kinney Mfg. Co.; Merriman Eros., Inc. — Hobbies: Golf, photography. ROBERT LINCOLN BROUGHTON 150 Grandview Avenue Somerset, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Bob " — Nu Epsilon Zeta — Football 2, 3, -t — Hus-Skiers 2, 3, 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4. 5 — A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: Fall River Gas Work Co. — Hobbies: Outdoor sports, motorcycles, bowl- ing — Suppressed Desire: Own a 35-foot yawl — Best Time at N. U.: Quad Frat Dance 19.54. RALPH CURTIS BROWNE 355 South Street Reading, Mass. Civil Engineering Stevens Institute of Technology; Montclair State Teachers College; Lincoln Technical Institute — Phi Cam ma Pi (House Mgr. 4) (Vice-Pres. 5) — Dean ' s List 2 — Interfraternity Sports 2, 3, 4 — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Service Record: U. S. Navy Air Force 1945-49 — Co-op Work Record: Fay, Spofford Thorndike; Dana F. Perkins Sons — Hobby: Record collecting — Suppressed Desire: To travel — Best Time at N. LI.: Senior Week, Quad Frat formats. WILLIAM HERBERT BRYANT Lee li ' aii Marshfield, Mass. Civil Engineering " Bill " -- Married — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: ' William S. Crocker; Foy, Spofford Thorndike. PAUL PATRICK BUCKLEY 6 Ash Street Woburn, Mass. Civil Engineering Married — One daughter — N.U.C.E.S. 3, 4, S — Co-op Work Record: Rowland H. Barnes Co.; C. J. Maney Co. JOHN CHARLES BULYGO g Bradford Street- Sale i n, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " John " — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: United Shoe Machinery Corp.; Hunt-Spiller Mfg. Co. — Hobbies: Automo- biles, basketball, baseball. JAMES ULMER BURKARD 420 Ferris Street South Amboy, New Jersey Civil Engineering " Jim " — Married — Rutgers University — Beta Gamma Epsilon 2 (House Ch.), 3 (Pledge Ch.), 4 (Vice-Pres.) — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Capt.) — Track 2 — R.O.T.C. 3, 4, 5 (Cadet Lt. Col.) — S.A.M.E. — N.U.C.E.S. — M.I. P. Basketball Award 3 — Distinguished Military Student — Tau Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: Warren Bros. Co. — Hobbies: Stamp and coin collecting — Suppressed Desire: A vacation to Bermuda — Best Time at N. U.: Basketball games. JOHN KEVIN CAMPBELL 152 Textile Avenue Lowell, Mass. Electrical Engineering Married — One daughter — New Haven Junior College — A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1940-45 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Edison Co.; Raytheon Mfg. Co. — Hobbies: Writing music, bridge — Best Time at N. U.: The A.I.E.E. dinner- dances. FRANK E. CAPLAN 14 Codnian Street Dorchester, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Frankie " — Sigma Kappa Psi (Potentate) — Radio Club 3 — Silver Masque 4, 5 — I.R.E. 4, 5 — E.C.N. U. 4, 5 — Eta Kappa Nu — Co-op Work Record: Boston Edison; Raytheon Mfg. Co.; Lyons Electric Co. — Hobbies: Flying, acting, hi-fi — Suppressed Desire: Money — Best Time at N. U.: N.E.E.D.S. meetings after finals. JOHN PETER CAPUTO 62 Swanton Street Winchester, Mass. Chem ical Engineering " Primo " — Married — Football 1, 2 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.C.S. 5 — Downs Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: Arthur D. Little, Inc. — Hobbies: Arts crafts, photo- graphy — Suppressed Desire: Play professional football — Best Time at N. U.: Graduation. RALPH ALFRED CARDARELLI, JR. 433 Ferry Street Everett, Mass. Industrial Engineering Freshman Honor List 1 — Rifle Club 5 — A.I.E.E. 3, 4 , 5 — E.C.N.U. 5— Service Record: U. S. Navy 1945-48, 1950-51 — Co-op Work Record: CBS-Hytron; U. S. Gypsum Co.; Cambridge Electric Light Co. — Hobbies: Golf, swimming, hunting, fishing — Best Time at N. U.: Commencement. VINCENT MARIO CARDINALE 29 Arlington Street Everett, Slass. Mechanical Engineering " Vince " — Yacht Club 1, 2 — R.O.T.C. 3 — Band 1,2 — A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: J. W. Greer; Nashua Corp.; Sanborn Co. — Hobby: Music — Best Time at N. U.: A.S.M.E. Flywheel Frolic. RAYMOND MARTIN CARLSON 3261 West 32nd Street Erie, Pennsylvania Civil Engineering " Rav " — Beta Gamma Evsilon (Pledge Ch.) — Dean ' s List 8, 4 — Hus-Skiers 1 — Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, 4 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Ride Club 3, 4, 5 (Sec.) — Rifle Team 3, 4, 5 — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M.E. 3 — Trustee Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: James H. DeSerio; New England Power Service Co.; Allied Chemical Dye Corp. — Hobbies: Sailing, hunting. RICHARD HENRY CARLSON 62 Crescent Hill Avenue Arlington, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Dick " — Student Union 1,2 — A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: Baird Associates, Inc.; Star Market Co. — Hobbies: Skating, singing, baseball — Suppressed Desire: To be the only student in a class to get an " A " in an exam — Best Time at N. U.: A.S.M.E. Convention. WILLIAM TALBOT CASHIN 196 Adams Street Dorchester, Mass. Civil Engineering " Bill " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2 — N.U.C.E.S. — Tan Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: Fay, Spofford Thorndike; Liberty Mutual Ins. Co. — Hobby: Magic. JEAN EUGENE CHAMPAGNE 71 May Street Lawrence, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Champ " — Football 2, 3, 4 — R.O.T.C. 3, 4, 5 (Cadet Major) — Radio Club 2 — A.F.C.A. — I.R.E. — Outstanding Senior Football Player Award, B ' nai Brith, 1953 — Service Record: U. S. Army 1947-49 — Co-op Work Record: National Co. Inc. — Hobbies ' : Sports, dancing — Best Time at N. U.: Rooming with Sid and Abe. GEORGE ARTHUR CHAPMAN, JR. 301 Pleasant Street Rockland, Mass. Civil Engineering Dean ' s List 4 — Football 1 — Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 4, 5 — Yacht Club 2 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 4, 5 — Tennis Club 5 — Band 1 — Rifle Club 5 — Rifle Team 5 — N.U.C.E.S. — S.A.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: Town of Weymouth Eng. Dept. — Hobbies: Skiing, sailing, traveling — Best Time at N. U.: Reuniting at Joe ' s each term. ALAN GREGORY CHASE 37 Prospect Street Newburyport, Mass. Civil Engineering " Gregg " — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — Rifle Club 2, 3 — N.U.C.E.S. 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Mass. Dept. of Public Works — Hobbies: Automotive tinkering, radio, skiing, records — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom. KENNETH DAVID CHASE 1(10 Cedar Street Wollaston, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Ken " — Xii Epsilon Zeta — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2 — Hus-Skiers 3, 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Interfraternity Sports — Intra-mural Basketball — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Charles Hayden Memorial Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: Allis-Chalmers Mfg. Co.; Mason-Neilan Regulator Co. — Hobbies: Sports, motor- cycles, music — Best Time at N. D.: Quad Frat Dances. JOSEPH RALPH CHESNUL 99 Arthur Street Brockton, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Joe " — A.I.E.E. — Service Record: U. S. Air Force 1945-49 — Co- op Work Record: Brockton Edison Co.; Bethlehem Steel Co. — Hobbies: Fishing, golfing — Suppressed Desire: Hang the person who brews the Commons coffee — Best Time at N. U.: Northeastern Night at the Pops. w -i " GEP DEAN CHIN 12 Sutton Sired Peabody, Mass. Electncal Engineering " Geppy " — I.R.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Eta Kappa Nu — Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Electric Products; Wang Labs.; Young Engineering Co. — Hobbies; Radio, woodcraft. KENNETH L. CHIPMAN 87 Abbottsford Road Brookline, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Chip " — Married — Nu Epsilon Zeta — Student Union I A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — E.C.N. U. 4, 5 (Vice-Pres.) —Eta Kappa Nu 5 — Service Record: U. S. Navy: 1945-46, 1950-52 — Co-op Work Record: Keleket X-Ray Corp.; Springfield Gas Light Co. — Best Time at N. U.: N.E.E.D.S. parties. MICHAEL RAYMOND CHRUSCIEL 56 Gardner Street Mist,,,,. Mass. Electrical Engineering " Mike " — Married — I.R.E. — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1946- 49 — Co-op Work Record: High Voltage Eng. Corp.; Greenfield Tap Die Corp. — Hobbies: Hi-fidelity equipment, music, sports — Best Time at N. I ' .: Graduation, Senior Week. ARTHUR ROY CHURCHILL, JR. 295 County Way Beverly, Mass. Civil Engineering " Art " — Massachusetts Maritime Academy — N.U.C.E.S. — Co- op Work Record: Town of Danvers. JOSEPH H. CLAFFEY 188 Cabot Street Roxbury, Mass. Industrial Engineering " Joe " — Class Cabinet 3, 4 — A.I.E.E. — S. A.M. — Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Electric Products, Inc.; Process Engineering; Hayes Pump and Machinery Co. — Hobbies: Reading, music, athletics — Best Time at N. U. : Graduation. ROBERT CLUNE 3 Auburn Street Charlestown, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Bob " — Harvard University — A.I.E.E. -I.R.E. — Service Record: U. S. Naval Air Corps 1944-46 — Co-op Work Record: Stevens- Arnold Co., Inc. — Hobbies: Radio, astronomy, golf, chess. HERBERT CHESTER COLE 112 Quinobequin Road Newton Lower Falls, Mass. Chem ical Engineering " Herb " — Chess Club 1, 2 — Rifle Club 3 (Pres. ), 4 (Sec ' .-Treas. ) 5 (Range Off.) — A.I.Ch.E. — A.C.S. — Service Record: U. S. Army 1943-46 — Co-op Work Record: Arthur D. Little, Inc. — Hobbies ' : Target shooting, golf, skiing. ROBERT DAVID CONLEY 221 Cottage Road West Roxbury. Mass. Civil Engineering " Hookslide " — Intra-mural Softball 2, 3, 4 — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: Whitman Howard; Feldman Eng. Co. — Hobby: Sports — Best Time at N. U.: Graduation. ' i JAMES PIKE COOPER 145 Webster Street Arlington, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Dad " — Married — Three Sons — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4 (Sec.), 5 (Ch.) — E.C.N. U. 4 — Pi Tau Sigma — Tan Beta Pi — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1943-50 — Co-op Work Record: U. S. Dept. of Commerce, Weather Bureau — Hobbies: Surf-fishing, golf, fly-tying — Suppressed Desire: Swim in the M. E. lab canal — Best Time at N. U.: Twelve to one. ROBERT CHANNING COPELAND 223 South Walker Street Taunton, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Bob " — Married — Freshman Honor List — Art Club 3 — Psy- chology Society 2 — Radio Club 1, 2 — I.R.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Foxboro Co. — Hobbies: Weather, audio, photog- raphy. DANIEL JOSEPH COSTELLO 17 Henshaw Street Brighton, Mass. Civil Engineering " Dig " — Paul Smith ' s College — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 5 — S.A.M.E. 5— N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Distinguished Military Student 3 — R.O.T.C. Scholarship 3 — Co-op Work Record: Hayden, Harding Buchanan — Hobbies: Swimming, hunt- ing, fishing — Best Time at N. U.: Senior Week. PHILIP JAMES CROSIER 112 Tredeau Street Hartford, Connecticut Industrial Engineering " Tip " — Married — Two sons — Trinity College — Nil Epsilon Zeta (Pres. 5) — A.I.E.E. 3 (Vice-Pres.) — E.C.N.U. — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1946-47 — Co-op Work Record: Pratt Whit- ney Div., Niles-Bement-Pond Co. — Hobbies: Sports, cars, wood- working — Best Time at N. U.: Fraternity affairs. ROBERT GARLAND CROSIER 09 Main Street Rocky Hill, Connecticut Industrial Engineering " Bob " — Nu Epsilon Zeta (Pledgemaster 4), (Vice-Grand Chancel- lors ) — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4 (Vice-Pres. ), 5 — E.C.N.U. 5 — Co-op Work Record: Pratt Whitney Div., Niles-Bement- Pond Co. — Hobbies: Sports, card playing, people — Suppressed Desire: To retire at 40 — Best Time at N. U.: Fraternity and Quad Frat Dances. JOHN FRANCIS CROWLEY 4 Realton Road Boston, Mass. Civil Engineering " Monk " — Dean ' s List 5 — Hus-Skiers 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 3, 4 — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M.E. 3 (Treas. ), 4 — Co-op Work Record: New York, New Haven Hartford R. R.; Whitman Howard. DOMINIC JOSEPH CUCINOTTI 44 Cooper Street Boston, Mass. Civil Engineering " Cooch " — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4 4, 5 — Radio Club 1 — Silver Masque 1 Co-op Work Record: Whitman Howard; Town of Belmont Eng. Dept.; W. S. Crocker — Hobbies: Baseball, poker, handball — Suppressed Desire: To make, a million — Best Time at N. U.: Section parties after finals. FRANK JOHN CULLATI 27 Duncklee Street Brighton, Muss. Civil Engineer, ng " Hoppy " — Intra-mural Softball 2, 3, 4 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: City of Newton — Hobbies: Automobiles, mechanical gadgets, music — Suppressed Desire: To be a concert pianist — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom. Pi Tau Sigma 4, JOHN F. CURRIER 62 Hodges Avenue Somerset, Mass. Mechanical Engineering CHARLES BRUCE DAMRELL 10 West Elm Avenue Quincy, Mass. Electrical Engineering Dean ' s List 3 — Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (Pres. ) — Senior Week Committee — A.I.E.E. — Eta Kappa Nu 5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Edison Co. — Hobbies: Music, woodworking — Best Time at N. U. : Junior Prom. HOMER VERNON DAVIS 51 Xewton Avenue Lynn, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Dav " — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Service Record: U. S. Army 1940-49 — Co-op Work Record: American Sugar Refinery; Clifford Mfg. Co. — Hobbies: Reading, history, hunting, shooting — Suppressed Desire: To hunt in Africa — Best Time at N. U.: A.S.M.E. Regional Con- ferences. ALBERT W. DEAGAZIO 1 1 Locust Street Everett, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Al " — Yacht Club 1 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — Radio Club 1 — Student Union 2, 3 — A.I.Ch.E. — A.C.S. — Co-op Work Record: M.I.T.; Arthur D. Little; Acme Type Metal Co. — Hobbies: Photography, mechanics — Suppressed Desire: To be a writer. DANIEL JOHN DEBENEDICTIS 13 Westicood Avenue Billerica, Mass. Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E. — I.R.E. — Co-op Work Record: Heinze Electric Co.; Raytheon Mfg. Co. ROBERT ALLYN DERRAH 111 Central Street West Boylston, Mass. ( ' hcmical Engineering " Bob " — Gamma Phi 4, 5 — A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3 Hobby: Woodworking Kappa (Sec. 3), (Pres. 4) —R.O.T.C. 2, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Norton Co. JOHN DEVINCENTIS 1S0A Franklin Street South Braintree, Mass. Mechanical Engineering Married — One son — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Class Cabinet 3, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Pi Tau Sigma — Tau Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: Bethlehem Steel Co. — Hobbies: Raising beagles, hunting — Suppressed Desire: To own a new Buick. FRANCIS JOHN DIDIO 204 Highland Ave. Maiden, Mass. Civil Engineering " Frank " — Married — One daughter — N.U.C.E.S. 4 (Treas. ) — Service Record: U. S. Army 1947-49 — Co-op Work Record: Mass. Dept. of Public Works — Suppressed Desire: To break a big plate glass window — Best Time at N. U. : Junior Prom. DAUMENTAS DIKINIS 35 P Street South Boston, Mass. Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu 4, 5 — Tan Beta Pi MARTIN THOMAS DISPENSA 202 Garfield Street Lawrence, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Marty ' " — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Yacht Club 3 — Rifle Club 4 — A.S.M.E. — Pi Tan Sigma — Tan Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Co. — Hobbies: Golf, tennis, model making, autos — Suppressed Desire: To hand in a blank exam — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom. CHESTER HARDING DODGE, JR. Main Road Pern, Mass. Civil Engineering " Chet " — Alpha Kappa Sigma (Grand Councilor 3) — Football 1 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — N.U.C.E.S. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: George E. Emerson — Hobbies: Hunting, fishing — Best Time at N.U. : Junior Prom. DONALD CHARLES DOUCETTE 11 Alcott Street Allston, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Don ' ' — Freshman Honor List — Basketball 1, 3, 4 — Intra- mural Sports 5 — A.I.E.E. — Etta Kappa Nn — Co-op Work Rec- ord: New England Power Service Co. — Hobbies: Sports, dancing, drawing — Suppressed Desire: To be completely independent and by my own sweat — Best Time at N. U.: Senior Week. CHARLES DUDINSKI 27 Chestnut Street Chelsea, Mass. Civil Engineering " Chuck ' ' — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3 — Intra-mural Softball 2, 3, 4 — Class Cabinet 5 — Senior Week Committee — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — N.U.C.E.S. — E.C.N.U. 5 — Tan Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: Town of Belmont Eng. Dept.; Metcalf Eddy — Hobbies: Fishing, pinochle, hunting — Best Time at N. U.: N.U.C.E.S. joint meeting 1954. ROBERT D. EASTMAN 20 Park Place Newtonville, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Eastman " — Nu Epsilon Zeta — Basketball 1, 2, 3, i — Hus- Skiers 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — Intra-mural Basketball 5 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Acumeter Labs; Nedco Co.; Waltham Screw Co. — Hobbies: Sports, automobiles — Suppressed Desire: To have Marilyn Monroe enroll at N. U.: — Best Time at N. U. : Jun- ior Prom and football games. DONALD HENRY EILERTSON 271 Roslindale Avenue Boston, Mass. t ' iril Engineering " Don " — Beta Gamma Epsilon — Dean ' s List 4 — Student Union 1— Bowling Club 1— Inter-Frat Sports 3, 4, 5 — N.U.C.E.S. 4 (Publicity Ch.) — Co-op Work Record: Norfolk County Eng. Dept.; Harry R. Feldman — Hobbies: Bowling, tennis — Sup- pressed Desire: To fly in a jet aircraft — Best Time at N. U.: Senior Week, Senior Prom. DONALD KINGMAN ELLSWORTH Sears Street Burlington, Mass. Electrical Engineer i ng " Don " — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 5 — Service Record: U. S. Air Force 1951-52 — Co-op Work Record: Lawrence Electric Co.; Heinz Electric Co. — Hobbies: Boating, ping pong — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom. : ._j JOHN LAWRENCE ELLSWORTH Valley Road Southboro, Mass. Electrical Engineering Deans List 3 — Chess Club 1 — Radio Club 2 — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 2. :!, 4. . " (Vice-Ch. ) —Eta Kappa Nu — Co-op Work Record: M.I.T.; Worcester Gas Light Co. — Hobbies: Electrical and electronic cir- cuits — Suppressed Desire: To check the accounts of the N. U. Bookstore — Best Yime at N. U.: The N.E.E.D.S. parties. PAUL ALBERT ENO 780 Andover Street Lowell, Mass. Civil Engineering R.O.T.C. -2, 3 — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Miller Ny lander — Hobbies: Sports, music — Best Time at N. U.: Co-op Training. JOHN KALIL ERBAN, JR. 47 Cross Street Lawrence, Mass. I ml a si rial Engineering Dean ' s List 4 — A. I. I.E. — Service — Co-op Work Record: J. F. Bingham Married — One daughter - Record: U. S. Army 1940-47 Mfg. Co. ROBERT GRAY ESTERBERG 188 Country Way Sciluate, Mass. ( ' ivil Engineering " Bob " — Married — Band 1, 2 — N.U.C.E.S. — Service Record: U. S. Army 1946-48 — Co-op Work Record: Metcalf Eddy; U. S. Geological Survey — Hobbies: Sailing, building own home — Sup- pressed Desire: To live on a sailboat for an extended period of time. ROBERT LINCOLN EVANS Box 166 Manomet, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Bob " — A.S.M.E. 5 — Co-op Work Record: Cambridge Electric Co.; Fabric Research Lab.; Bay State Machinery Co. — Hobby: Automobile mechanics — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom. JOHN W. FARRELL, JR. 29 Summerhill Street Stoneham, Mass. I ml list rial Engineering " Jack " — Hockey 1 — Rifle Club 5 — News 1 — Class Cabinet 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — A. I. I.E. 4, 5 (Ch.) — Co-op Work Record: E. I. DuPont de Nemours Co. Inc.; Gregstrom Corp. — Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, chess, tennis — Suppressed Desire: Buv an acre — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Dinner-Dance. EVERETT DONALD FARTHING 92 Grand-view Arenac North Revere, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Don " — Married — Football 1,2 — Student Council 5 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, .5 — Class Treasurer 4 — Class President 5 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Merriman Bros., Inc.; Mieo Instrument Co. — Hobbies: Fishing, sailing — Suppressed Desire: Switch to B. A. or L. A. — Best Time at N. U.: Senior Election. ANTHONY CARMINE FERRUCCI 135 Garden Street Laurence, Mass. Electrical Engineeri ng " Tony " — Married — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Student Council 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 1 — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co.; Sylvania Electric Prod. Inc. — Hobbies: Reading, photography — Best Time at N. I .: Junior Prom. WILLIAM JOHN FIFTAL 50 Ash Street Waterbury, Connecticut Electrical Engineering " Bill " — Gamma Phi Kappa (Treas. 3) — A.I.E.E. 5 — Co-op Work Record: A. W. Haydow Co. — Hobbies: Sports, women — Best Time at N. U.: Section parties. JOHN EDWARD FINNEGAN 55 Tobin Court Roxbury, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Jack " ' — Married — A.I.E.E. 8, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Allis-Chalmers Mfg. Co. — Hobbies: Sports, reading — Best Time at N. U.: Section parties at end of terms. MARTIN FRANCIS FLAHERTY 20 Clark Street Winchester, Mass. Mechanical Engineering . " Bud " — Nu Epsilon Zeta — Freshman Honor List — Dean s List 2, 3, 4 — Hockey 1 — Hus-Skiers 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — S M.E. 3, 4, 5 — E.C.N.U. 5 — Pi Tan Sigma — Tan Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: Allis-Chalmers Mfg. Co.; Hunt Spiller Mtg. Co.; H. B. Smith Co. —Hobbies: Sports, motorcycles, automobiles. PATRICK FRANCIS FLYNN 156 Dalton Road Chelmsford, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Pat " — Radio Club 1, 2, 8 — I.R.E. — Co-op Work Record: Lavoie Labs, Inc.; Harvard School of Public Health — Hobbies: Roller skating, ham radio, flying — Suppressed Desire: Skating in competition. EUGENE WILLIAM FOOTE 419 Central Street Saugus, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Gene " — Married — Two sons — Freshman Honor List — Dean s List 2 3 4 — Intra-mural Basketball 5 — Student Council 1 — Class Cabinet 1 — Senior Week Committee — E.C.N.U. 4, 5 (Pres.) — .I.E.E.-I.R.E. 3, 4, 5 (Treas.) — Eta Kappa Nu 4, 5 (Pres.) — Tan Beta Pi — Alumni Award 5, Porter Award 5 — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1945-49, 1951-52 — Co-op Work Record: Bomac Labs. Inc.; Sylvania Electric Prod.; Champion Lamp Co. — Hobbies: Fish- ing water skiing, basketball — Supressed Desire: To caress the Com- mons- juke bo with a sledge hammer. 27 Central Avenue Smith Braintree, Mass. Mechanical Engineering Married — Dean ' s List 5 — Cross Country 1, 2, 3 — Track 1, 2, 3 — A.S.M.E. 5 — Co-op Work Record: Charles T. Main, Inc.; New England Power Service Co. — Hobbies: Sunday school teaching, chess, reading — Suppressed Desire: To teach hig h school mathe- matics — Best Time at N. U.: Running in the Freshman N. E. Cross Country Meet. JOSEPH A. FREUND 17 Tremonl Street Norwood, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Joe " — Married — Freshman Honor List — Deans List 2, !!, 4 — I R E. 3, 4, 5 — E.C.N.U. 4, 5 — Tan Beta Pi — Eta Kappa u — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1940-49 — Co-op Work Record: Ultrasonic Corp. — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom. L. FREDERICK FULLAM, JR. 705 South-bridge Street Auburn, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Shim " — Married — Beta Gamma Epsilon (Pres. 4)— R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Heald Machine Co. — Hobbies: Photographv, automobiles — Suppressed Desire: To be an engineer — Best Time at N. U.: Fraternity life and living at B.G.E. house. I 11 GEORGE S. GADBOIS R 4 Colchester Salem, Connecticut Chemical Engineering Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute — Gamma Phi Kappa (Pres. 4) — Chess Club 1 — Radio Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Pres.), 5 — Square Folk Dance Soc. 1, 2 — A.I.Ch.E. — A.C.S. — Service Record: U. S. Marine Corps 1950-51 — Co-op Work Record: Conn. Power Co.; U. S. Navy Underwater Sound Lab. — Hobbies: Amateur radio, gardening. ROBERT TITO GALANTE 33 Goss Avenue Melrose, Mass. Industri al Engineering " Sam " — Sigma Phi Alpha — I.F.C. Representative — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Student Council 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 4, 5 — A. I. I.E. 5 (Pres.) — S.A.M.E. 4, 5 — Charles Hay den Memorial Scholarship; Distinguished Mili- tary Student Award 3 — Tau Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: Gillette Safety Razor Co. — Hobbies: Sports, model building — Suppressed Desire: To be able to sing like Mario Lanza — Best Time at X. U.: S.P.A. parties, Junior Prom. ROBERT MELVIN GALLANT 14 Spencer Avenue Chelsea, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Bob " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 —Scabbard Blade 4, 5 — I.R.E. — Distinguished Mili- tary Student — Eta Kappa Nu 5 (Vice-Pres. ) — Tau Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: General Radio Co.; Simplex Wire Cable Co. — Best Time at N. U. : Junior Prom. ALFRED JAMES GALLERANI 35 Westchester Road Jamaica Plain, Mass. Civil Engineering " Ace " — Intra-mural Softball 2, 3, 4 — N.l ' .C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: Rowland H. Barnes Co. — Hobbies: Sports, cards — Best Time at N. I .: Last day of each term. RONALD EUGENE GAYSUNAS 15 Williams Street Newton, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Ronnie " — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — Intra-mural Basketball — News 2 — A.I. E.E. -I.R.E. 5 (Ch.) — E.C.N. U. 5 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co. — Hobbies: Music, dancing, sports — Sup- pressed Desire: To know what I know I don ' t know now — Best Time at N. U.: Seminars sponsored by the N.E.E.D.S. ANGELO GEORGE 357 Columbia Road Boston, Mass. Chem ical Engineering Rifle Club 5 — A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — E.C.N. U. 4, 5 — Service Record: U. S. Army 1946-48, 1950-51 — Co-op Work Record: A. D. Little Inc.; Godfrey L. Cabot Inc. — Hobbies: Flying, finance — Suppressed Desire: To spend money carelessly — Best Time at N T . I " .: Junior Prom, Senior Week. STRATTIS J. GEORGOULIS 10 Highland Park Peabody, Mass. Chem ical Engineering — Co-op Work Record: A. C. " Strat " — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — A.I.Ch.E. Lawrence Leather Co. PETER ALAN GIFFORD 31 Willow Street Brockton, Mass. Chemical Engin eering " Gift " ' — Sigma Phi Alpha — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3, 5 — Hus-Skiers 2, 3, 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.C.S. 5 — Tau Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: E. I. DuPont de Nemours — Hobbies: Skiing, golf — Suppressed Desire: Push a certain Oldsmobile over the edge of the Grand Canyon — Best Time at N. U.: Senior Week. WALTER LEWIS GILMAN ' 27 Waldorf Road Newton Highlands, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Walt " — Yacht Club 1 — Radio Club 1, 2 (Treas.) — Silver Masque 3, 4, 5 (Prod. Mgr.) — I.R.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — A lpha Psi Omega — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co. — Hobbies: Dramatics, hi-fi, electronics — Suppressed Desire: To see " Mr. Roberts " done by the Silver Masque — Best Time at X. U.: Masque productions. LEON HARRY GLASS 1450 Beacon Street Brookline, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Lee " — Football 2 — Class Cabinet 3, 4, 5 — Junior Prom Com- mittee — Senior Prom Committee Chairman — A.I.E.E. — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co. ROBERT HOOPER GOODALE 3 Pond View Road (anion, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Goodie " — Alpha Kappa Sigma — Basketball 1 — A.I.Ch.E. 4 ( Vice-Pres. ), 5 — Co-op Work Record: Bethlehem Steel Co.; Bird Sons — Hobbies: Tennis, fishing, golf — Best Time at X. I ' .: The tea parties. JAMES JOSEPH GOOKIX 78 Rockview Street Jamaica Plain, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Jim " - - Married — One son — Yacht Club 1 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 - A.I.E.E. — Co-op Work Record: Allis-Chalmers Mfg. Co.— Hobbies: Music, home repairs — Suppressed Desire: Xot to have a part-time job — Best Time at X. U.: Junior Prom. GEORGE WILLIAM GREENE 388 Warren Street Roxbury, .trass. Mechanical Engineering " 3-E " — Married — One son, one daughter — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 (Treas.) — E. C.X. L. 4, 5 — Service Record: U. S. Xavy 1942-4(i — Co-op Work Record: Globe Tool Gage Works — Hobbies: Golf, fishing, hunting — Best Time at X. U.: Graduation. CHARLES FREDERICK GRIFFIN 24 Circle Road Maiden, Mass. Civil Engineering " Charlie " — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Math Club 2 — Choral Society 2, 3 — Rifle Club 2, 3, 4, 5 — X.TJ.C.E.S. — S.A.M.E. 3 (Pres. ), 5 (Treas.) — E.C.X.U. 5 — Charles Hayden Memorial Scholar ship — Distinguished Military Student Award — Co-op Work Record: Dana F. Perkins Sons, Inc. — Hobbies: Music, rifle shooting — Suppressed Desire: To play in a big name band — Best Time at N. U.: Rifle Club. JOSEPH ANTHONY GRIMALDI 48 Hichborn Street Brighton, Mass. Civil Engineering " Joe " — Married — One daughter — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — X.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Service Record: U. S. Army 1943-46 — Co-op Work Record: City of Boston, Public Works — - Hobbies: Fishing, swimming, boating — Best Time at X. U.: Junior Prom. PETER REVELL GROOM E 153 Main Street Foxhoro, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Pete " — A.I.E.E. — Service Record: U. S. Air Force 1946-49 — Co-op Work Record: Blackstone Valley Gas Electric Co. — Guitar playing — Best Time at X. U.: Last day. NORMAN WILLIAM GROSSMAN 35 Lawrence Street Framing ham, Mass. Civil Engineering " Norm " — Kappa Zeta Phi — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 Co-op Work Record: Town of Franiingham Eng. Dept. — Hob- bies: Bowling, golf — Best Time at X. I .: Junior Prom. JOSEPH L. HALLETT, JR. 12 Birch Street Marblehead, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Joe " — Married — One daughter — Radio Club 1, 2, 3 (Pres. ) 4, 5 — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. — Co-op Work Record: General Radio Co. — Hobbies: Amateur radio, photography. JAMES JOSEPH HANNON 18 Chase Street Dorchester, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Jim " — I.R.E. — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1940-48, 19,50-52 — Co-op Work Record: Tobe Deutschmann Co.; General Radio Co. JOHN FRANCIS HARDY 290 Vermont Street West Roxbury, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Johnny " ' Sigma Phi Alpha — Football 2, 3, 4 — Hus-Skiers 4 — Class Cabinet 4 — Junior Prom Committee — A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4 — Class Treasurer 3 — Service Record: U. S. Air Force 1946-49 — Co-op Work Record: Godfrey L. Cabot — Hobbies: Sports, painting — Best Time at N. U.: S.P.A. parties, ski weekends. JOHN JOSEPH HARMON 1 1 Peterborough Street Boston, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Jack " — Married — One daughter — Senior Week Committee — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 4, 5 — E.C.N. U. — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1946-48 — Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Electric Prod. Inc. — Suppressed Desire: Bathe the Common ' s juke box with concentrated H.S04 — Best Time at N. U.: Senior Week. JOHN FREDERICK HEIL 8 Horace Street- East Boston, Mass. Electrical Engineering Married — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Husky Highlighters 5 — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 4, 5 (Sec.) — Ela Kappa Nv 4, 5 — Tan Beta Pi 4, 5 (Corres. Sec.) — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1943-47 — Co-op Work Record: Ultrasonic Corp. MATTHEW E. A. HERMANS Farm Street Dover, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Matt " — Chess Club 1 — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. — Co-op Work Record ' : Nedco Co.; Northeastern University Elec. Eng. Dept.; N. U. Elect. Research Project — Hobbies: Chess, swimming — Best Time at N. U.: Graduation. WILLIAM WILFRED HICKEY 34 Oakland Avenue Attleboro, Mass. Civil Engineering " Peter " — Married — Two daughters — Intramural Softball 2, 3, 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — N.U.C.E.S. — Class Cabinet 2, 3 — Co-op Work Record: New York, New Haven Hartford R. R. Co.; John Bowen Co. — Hobbies: Model railroads, baseball, pinochle — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom. , ;• fgC 1 DAVID CURTIS HILL 102 Clark Street Newton Centre, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Dave " — Camera Club 2 — Silver Masque 2, 3, 4, 5 — Alpha Psi Omega — I.R.E. — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co.; Brooks Labs. Inc. — Hobbies: Audio, recording, hi-fi music, photography — Suppressed Desire: To weld an M.T.A. car to the tracks with a thermite bomb — Best Time at N. U.: N.E.E.D.S. parties. ROBERT EDWIN HODDER 35 Everett Avenue Water) men. Mass. Electrical Engineering Freshman Honor List — : Boston Edison Co. " Rob " — Newton A.I.E.E. 3, 4. 5 — l Junior " o-op Wi College — jrk Record WILLIAM TIMOTHY HOGAN ' 25 " A " Street Lowell, Mass. Mechanical Engineering Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — S.A.M.E. 2, 3, 4 (Sec. ) 5 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 (Treas. ) — E.C.N.U. 5 — Pi Tan Sigma; Tan Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co.; Clifford Mfg. Co.; Henschel Corp. — Hobbies: Fishing, hunting. ROBERT FRANKLIN HOLMES 35 Palmer Street Waltham, Mass. Media nical Engineering " Bob " — Married — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Hus-Skiers 2, 4, 5 — Ten- nis Club 2, 3 — Student Council 5 — Class Cabinet 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. 3, 5 — Class Vice-President 4 — Ch. Junior Prom — Ch. Senior Prom — Charles Hayden Memorial Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: Lewis-Sheppard Co. — Hobbies: Tennis, golf, reading — Suppressed Desire: Own a $100,000 ranch home — Best Time at N.U.: Junior Dinner-Dance. CALVIN RAY HOWARD BratUeboro Road Bernardston, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Cal " — Freshman Honor List — Dance Soc. 1, 2, 3 (Vice-Pres. ), Work Record: Tung-Sol Electric Hobbies: Hi-fi, folk dancing. Radio Club 1 - Square Folk 4, 5 — Eta Kappa Nu — Co-op Co.: N. U. Electronic Dept. — ROBERT SHERMAN HOWELL 29 Martin Road East Haven, Connecticut Electrical Engi neering 4 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Eta Kappa Nu — Tart Beta " Dixie " — Married — Dean ' s List 3 Choral Society 1 — A.I.E.E. 3, 4, 5 Pi — Co-op Work Record: Massa Laboratories, Inc.; Rockbestos Products Corp. — Hobbies: TV-Radio repair, auto repair — Best Time at N. U.: N.E.E.D.S. parties. NORMAN DEAN HUDGINS North Street Andorer. Mass. Electrical Engineering " Hutch " -R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4. 5 — I.R.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: New England Power Service Co.; Genera] Electric Co. — Hobbies: Chess, skiing, hiking — Best Time at N. I " .: Junior Prom. RICHARD PETER IERARDI 257 Washington Street Dorchester. Mass. Civil Engineering " Pancho — N.U.C.E.S. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Norfolk County Eng. Dept.; A. C. Peters; Mass. Dept. of Public Works — Hobby: Tinkering with cars — Best Time at N. ! ' .: Junior Prom. VYTAUTAS F. JANONIS 2( Bellevue Avenue Brockton, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Veto " — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — Math Club 3 — A.I.E.E. 3, 4, 5 — Eta Kappa Nu — Co-op Work Record: Brockton Edison Co.; Na- tional Pneumatic Co., Inc. — Hobbies: Photography, astronomy — Best Time at N. U. : Last day of final exams. WALTER HAROLD JOHNSON 10 Revere Street Winlhrop, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Wally " — Square ' Folk Dance Society 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — I.R.E. 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Lynn (las Electric Co.; Tung-Sol Electric, Inc. — Hobbies: Fishing, electronics — Best Time at N. U.: Graduation. RICHARD ANDREW JOKINEN 362 Granite Street Quincy, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Joker " — Camera Club 1 — Radio Club 1 — A.I.E.E. ' 4, 5 — I.R.E. . ' !, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: General Radio Co. — Hobbies: Electronics, photography, fishing, camping — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom. CAPT. MAXWELL VICTOR JONAH U.S.A. 5 Bradford Road Natick, Mass. ( ' i I ' il Engi neering " Max " — Married — Three sons, one daughter — Boston Univer- sity — Freshman Honor List — Deans List 2, 3, 4 — I.R.C. 1, 2, 3 (Vice-Pres. ) — N.U.C.E.S. — Tau Beta Pi — Service Record: U. S. 1942-46, 1951-Present — Hobbies: Carpentry, riflery — Suppressed Desire: To own three civilian suits and three military uniforms at one time - Best Time at N. U.: I.R.C. Regional Conferences. ALBERT LEWIS KADIS 54 Fowler Street Dorchester, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Al " — Married — One daughter — Kappa Zeta Phi — A.I.E.E. 5 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co. — Hobbies: Automo- biles, handicrafts — Suppressed Desire: To have an easy term — Best Time at N. U.: First fraternity smoker. JACK M. KAMISHLIAN 3 Porter Street U ' atertoun, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Kamish " — Beta Gamma Epsilon — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Rifle Club 5 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Bellamv-Robie Co. Inc.; Cambridge Electric Light Co.; Clifford Mfg. Co. — Hobbies: Bowling, loafing, sleeping, swimming — - Suppressed Desire: To keep on suppressing my suppressed desire — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom. DONALD NEIL KEIRSTEAD 36 Orleans Street Lou-ell, Mass. Electrical Engi neering " Stretch " — A.I.E.E. — Co-op Work Record: New England Power Service Co. — Hobbies: Swimming, basketball, model building -- Suppressed Desire: Quit school — Best Time at N. U.: End of sum- mer terms. WILLIAM JOSEPH KELLEY 31 Malvern Street Melrose, Mass. Civil Engineering " Red " — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — Class Cabinet 1,2 — Rifle Club 2, 3, 4, 5 — N.U.C.E.S. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Whitman Howard — Hobby: Photography — Suppressed Desire: To be on a baseball team — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom, Senior Week. JAMES JOSEPH KENNY 7 Grampian Way Dorchester, Mass. Civil Engineering N.U.C.E.S. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: E. Hobbies: Tennis, ice skating — Best Time at N. Branch Inc. — Junior Prom. WILLIAM MALLORY KINCH 12 Donnybrook Road Brighton, Mas . Civil Engineering " Bill " — Nu Epsilon Zeia — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — N.U.C.E.S. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Rowland H. Barnes Co. — Hobbies: Skiing, golf, swimming — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom. ROBERT LEE KING, JR. 439 Commercial Street Brainfree, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Bob " — Married — Hus-Skiers 1 — Track 1, 2, 3, 4 — Camera Club 1, 2 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 (Cadet Lt. Col.) — Scabbard Blade 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 1 — A. S.M.E. — S. A.M. E. — Dis- tinguished Military Student — Co-op Work Record: M.I.T.; Lewis- Sheppard. ROBERT ALLAN KIRK 209 Summer Street Weymouth, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Bob " — Married — Two daughters — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Band 2, 3 — A.S.M.E. 4, 5 — E.C.N. U. — American Society of Tool Eng. Scholarship Award — Pi Tau Sigma (Vice-Pres. ) — Tan Beta Pi (Rec. Sec. ) — Service Record: U. S. Army Air Corps 1943-45 — Co-op Work Record: Hesse Machine Mfg. Co. Inc. — Hobbies: Oil painting, cabinet making — Best Time at N. U.: Trip to O. H. after finals. ULDIS KIRSIS 47 Custer Street Jamaica Plain, Mass. Civil Engineering " Ollie " — Married — Basketball 1 — N.U.C.E.S. — Charles Hay- den Memorial Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: W. S. Crocker — Hobby: Basketball — Best Time at N. U.: Playing basketball tor Northeastern. CHARLES U. KNOWLES 10 Pari: Street Norwood, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Charlie " — Married — Dean ' s List 3 — Senior Week Committee — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 2, 3, 4 (Treas.), 5 (Ch.) — E.C.N.U. 4, 5 (Sec- Treas. ) — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1944-46 — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern University; Sylvania Electric; U. S. Navy Underwater Sound Lab. PETER DHIMITRI KOSTAS 73 Poplar Street Boston, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Pete " — Beta Gamma Epsilon — Cross Country 1 J — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.F.C.A. — A.I.E.E. — Co-op Work Record: Hauman Inst. Co., Inc.; Sanborn Recording Co.; National Co. — Hobbies: Basket- ball, social work, electronics — Best Time at N. U.: Functions of the N.E.E.D.S. STANLEY P. KOWALESKI 225 Grove Street Boston, Mass. I ' hemical Engineering Student Union 1 — A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4, 5. w EDWARD K.RISTAL :!. ' ! llazletmi Street Malta Mil, Mass. I ' hemical Engineering " Kris " — Hus-Skiers 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 1, 2, S — A.I.Ch.E. — A.C.S. — Service Record: U. S. Air Force 1951-52 — Co-op Work Record: Panther Paneo Rubber Co.; Harvard University — Hobbies: Skiing, ichthyology, photography — Suppressed Desire: To be an engineer on a model railroad — Best Time at N. U.: Frosh prom com- mittee work and dance. MICHAEL MARTIN LANES ( 4 Brighton Avenue Allston, Mass. Electrical Engineer! ng " Mike " — Married — Kappa Zela Phi (Vice-Chancellor -4) (Chan- cellor 5 ) — Silver Masque 3 — Class Cabinet 3, 5 — Senior Week Committee — A.I.E.E. 3, 4, 5 — E.C.N.U. — Class Secretary 3 — Marvin Gutten Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: Allis-Chalmers Mfg. Co.; General Electric Co. — Hobbies: Photography, sports — Suppressed Desire: To be a world traveler -- Best Time at N. U.: Fraternity socials. ARTHUR ELMER LANSING 38 Berkeley Street Arlington, Mass. Mechanical Engineering Football 1, 2 — Debating Club 3 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 (Ch.) — E.C.N.U. 5 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co.; Baird As- soc. —Hobbies: Woodworking, hiking, camping — Suppressed De- sire: To run Northeastern — Best Time at N. U.: Flywheel Folics, Div. A, 1955. EDWIN PARKHURST LAYS 58 Windsor Avenue Brockton, Mass. I ml ii si rial Engineering " Ed " — Dean ' s List 4 — A.I.E.E. 3, 4, 5 (Vice-Ch.) — E.C.N.U. 4 — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1945-48 — Co-op Work Record: Gil- lette Safety Razor Co. — Hobbies: Hunting, tennis, auto racing — Suppressed Desire: To improve Common ' s lunch counter by apply- ing I. E. principles — Best Time at N. U.: Freshman Prom. ROBERT MERRILL LEE 172 Clinton Street Concord, Sew Hampshire Civil Engineering " Hob " - Camera Club 3 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — N.U.C.E.S. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: George C. Benjamin; New England Power Service Co. — Hobby: Photography. GILBERT POWELL LEONARD, JR. 312 Central Street Franiingham, Mass. Civil Engineering " Gil " — Intral-mural Softball 2, 3, 4 — Class Cabinet 3, 4, 5 — Senior Week Committee — N.U.C.E.S. — Class Vice-President 5 — Co-op Work Record: Town of Franiingham Eng. Dept.; Northeast- ern Construction Co. — Hobby: Sports. PAUL JAMES GURDEN LESTER 1 1(1 Dodge Street Beverly, Mass. Civil Engineering " Pablo " -Sigma Phi Alpha (Pledge-master 4, 5) —N.U.C.E.S. 3, 4, 5 (Sec.) — Co-op Work Record: Mass. Land Court; Gordon E. MacNeill Assoc; A. Cefalo Sons, Inc. — Hobbies: Photography, skiing — Suppressed Desire: To travel and see the world — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom. LESTER H. LEVENBAUM 40 Hiawatha Road Mattapan, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Les " — Kappa Zeta Phi — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Yacht Club 4 — R.O.T.C. 2. 3, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. — S.A.M.E. — A.S.T.E. Scholarship — Pi Tau Sigma; Tan Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: Barnstead Still Sterilizer Co.; Harvard University — Hobbies: Boats, handball, woodwork — Best Time at N. V.: Trip to Limestone Air Base. HAROLD FRANK LEWIS 55 Russell Street Melrose, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Louie " — Married — I.R.E. — Eta Kappa Nv — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1945-49 — Co-op Work Record: Boston University Upper Air Research Lab.; Ultrasonic Corp. RALPH S. LOMBARD 46 Coolidge Avenue Lexington, Mass. Mechanical Engineering Yacht Club 1, 2 — Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treas.) — A.S.M.E. 5 — Co-op Work Record: General Radio Co. — Hobbies: Automobiles, models, photography — Best Time at N. U.: Flywheel Frolics. THOMAS GEORGE LORDA 120 f ' apen Street Medford, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Tom " — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1946-49 — Co-op Work Record: Transistor Products Co.; A. S. Mancib Co.; Westinghouse — Hobbies: Photography, radio ham — Suppressed Desire: To be vice-president of a large company — Best Time at N. U. : Professional society get-togethers. HAROLD LEON LOWENSTEIN 13 Wedgewood Road Natick, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Hal " — Kappa Zeta Phi 5 (Corres. Scribe) — I.F.C. 4 — Football 1— R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — A. I.E. E. 3. 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Instrument Development Labs.; Boston Edison Co. — Hobbies: Golf, stamps, sports, music — Suppressed Desire: Have a beer party in the Commons — Best Time at N. U.: Fraternity stags. EDWARD THOMAS LYNCH 139 Exchange Street Rockland, Mass. Civil Engineering " Bee Plus " — Married — One son — N.U.C.E.S. 4 (Sec.) — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1946-48, 1950-52 — Co-op Work Record: Metropolitan District Commission; Russell E. Whiting — Hobby: Fishing — Suppressed Desire: To sell ice boxes to Eskimos — Best Time at N. U.: Graduation Day. J. EDWIN MACAFFEE 6 Linden Road Melrose. Mass. Mechanical Engineering ALAN CLIFTON MACDONALD 219 New Boston Road Fall River, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Mac " — Beta Gamma Epsilon 3 (Pledge Ch. ), 4 (Steward), 5 (Treas.) — I.F.C. 4 — Yacht Club 1 — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: U. S. Navy Underwater Sound Laboratory — Hobbies: Hi-fidelity, photography, boating — Suppressed Desire: Marriage — Best Time at N. U.: The spontaneous gatherings after football games. ROBERT JOSEPH MACDONALD 35 Walnut Terrace Arlington, Mass. t ' hcmical Engineering " Bob Mac " —Sigma Phi Alpha (I.F.C. Rep.) — Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 3 — Yacht Club 1, 2, 3 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 3, 4, 5 — A.F.C.A. 3, 4, 5 — I.R.C. 4, 5 — Square Folk Dance Soc. 1, 2 (Bus. Man.), 3, 4, 5 —Cauldron 3 — Student Union 1, 2, 3 — Class Cabinet 2, 3 — A.I.Ch.E. — A.C.S. — Co-op Work Record: Boston Woven Hose Rubber Co.; Godfrey L. Cabot — Hobbies: Traveling, languages — Suppressed Desire: To be a roving, million- aire playboy-diplomat — Best Time at N. U.: When I found the Claw. RONALD JAMES MACDONALD, JR. 43 Dearborn Street Medford, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Sandy " ' — Freshman Honor List — Class Cabinet 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. 3, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Meisel Press Mfg. Co. — Hobbies: Howling, reading, sports — Suppressed Desire: To use a " saved " seat in the commons — Best Time at N. U.: Middler year. ROBERT CROCKETT MACFARLAND, JR. 63 High Street Thomaston, Maine Electrical Engineering " Bob " — Married — Camera Club 2, 3, 4 — A.I.E.E. 5 — Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Electric Prod. Inc.; Central Maine Power Co.; Plymouth County Electric Co. — Suppressed Desire: Just to make the grade — Best Time at N. U.: N.E.E.D.S. assemblies. MICHAEL JOSEPH MACKINNON 059 Washington Street Brighton, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Mike " — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Service Record: U. S. Air Force 1947- 50 — Co-op Work Record: Bell Aircraft Co.; Boston Carbide Eng. Co. — Hobbies: Shooting, gunsmithing, sports — Best Time at N.U.: A.S.M.E. Flywheel Frolics. CHARLES MANCUSO 19 Park Road Everett, Mass. Civil Engineering Sigma Phi Alpha (Sec. 4) — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — N.U.C.E.S. 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M.E. ' 2, 3, 4, 5 (Sec.) — Co-op Work Record: Faye, Spof- ford Thorndike: Wm. S. Crocker; M. Spinelli Sons, Inc. — Hobbies: Drawing, photography — Suppressed Desire: To bowl a string and get a score of 100 without benefit of a strike or spare — Best Time at N . U.: Junior Prom. ARTHUR JOSEPH MARCHAND, JR. Mollis Street Sherborn, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Arch " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Pi Tau Sigma 4, 5 (Rec. Sec.) — Co-op Work Record: American Conditioning House Inc. — Hobbies: Hunt- ing, reading, carpentry — Best Time at N. U.: Intellectual gather- ings after final exams. GILBERT M. MARCUS 70 Fowler Avenue Revere, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Gil " — Kappa Zeta Phi — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Band 1 — Dance Band 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — E.C.N.U. 5 — A.I.Ch.E. Annual Chapter Scholarship Award 2 — Tau Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern University; Mo- dene Paint Co.; Raytheon Mfg. Co. — Hobbies: Music, photography — Suppressed Desire: To play bop sax with Guy Lombardo. ROBERT STEPHEN MASON 27 Norway Park Hyde Park, Mass. Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1950-53 — Co-op Work Record: Associated Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Co. LAWRENCE JAMES McCARTHY 22 Franklin Place Beverly, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Larry " — Married — A.I.E.E. — Service Record: U. S. Army 1946- 49 — Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Co.; American Electrical Corp.: James Mullen Co. — Best Time at N. U.: The N.E.E.D.S. functions. ROBERT ANDREW McCRACKEN 73 Lowell Street Methuen, Mass. Civil Engineering " Mac " — N.U.C.E.S. — Service Record: D. S. Army 1952-54 — Co-op Work Record: Whitman Howard; Fred W. Stowers; Nessex Eng. Corp. — Hobbies: Color photography, woodworking — Sup- pressed Desire: To build a super highway, coast to coast — Iiest Time at X. I .: Freshman year. ROBERT McINTOSH, JR. 42 Sunset Road Arlington. Mass. Civil Engineering " Mac " — Tufts College — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record ' : Thomas Murphy Co. — Hobbies: Camping, fishing, water-skiing. WILLIAM THOMAS McKAY 188 Warren Street Roxbury, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Bill " — Sigma Phi Alpha — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4 — I.R.E. — Westinghouse Achievement Scholarship 4 — Eta Kappa Nit — Tan Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: Doelcam Corp.; Raytheon Mfg. Co.; R. H. Barnes Co. — Hobbies: Radio, reading, hunting — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Dinner-Dance. WILLIAM BERCHMANS McMAKIN 177 South Street Randolph. Mass. Electrical Engineering 5 — I.R.E. — Co-op Work Record: H. Couch Co., Inc. " Bill " —R.O.T.C. Brockton Edison Co.; S. STEPHEN JOSEPH MEEHAN .54 Allen Street Harerhill, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Steve " — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — A. I.E. E. -I.R.E. 2, 3, 4, .5 — Class Vice-President 5 — Eta Kappa Nil 4 (Treas. ), 5 — Tan Beta Pi 5 — Service Record: U. S. Air Force 1946-49 — Co-op Work Record: Syl- vania Electric Prod. Co. — Best Time at N. U.: N.E.E.D.S. parties. WALTER ROGER MENDES 161 Alden Road Fairhaven, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Walt " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — E.C.N. U. 5 — Northeastern Scholarships 3, 4; Sears B. Condit Award 5; Charles Irwin Travelli Award 4; General Electric Scholarship 5 — Pi Tan Sigma 4, 5 (Pres. ); Tan Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: Clifford Mfg. Co. — Hobbies: Music, elec- tronics, ancient history — Suppressed Desire: Close exhaust valve on II. P. steam engine while running — Best Time at X. D.: Junior Prom. WILLIAM WARD MONKS 152 Cheshire Road Pittsfield, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Bill " — Dean ' s List 2 — A.S.M.E. — Pi Tau Sigma — Co-op Work Record: Bell Aircraft Corp.; Byron Weston Co. — Hobbies: Fishing, reading, woodcarving — Suppressed Desire: To smoke dur- ing final exams — Best Time at X. I ' .: A certain day in public speaking class. ROBERT WAYNE MOORE 53G High Rock Street Needham, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Bob " — Married — One son, one daughter — Wooster College; Bowling Green State University; Iowa State University — Dean ' s List 5 — Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, 4 — Student Council 5 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1942-46 ' — Co-op Work Record: Jackson Moreland — Hobbies: Flying, sailing, hunting, fishing. FRANKLIN JOHN MORRISON 11 Evergreen Drive Beverly, Mass. Civil Engineering " Frank " — Married — N.U.C.E.S. 3,4 (Pres.), 5 — Service Record: U. S. Army 1946-48 — Co-op Work Record: City of Beverly Eng. Dept.; Mass. Dept. of Public Works — Hobbies: Swimming, skiing, tennis. RODERICK DONALD MORRISON, JR. 458 Sea Street Quincy, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Spider " — Lincoln Technical Institute — Phi Beta Alpha — Husky Highlighters 2, 8, 4, 5 — Silver Masque 1, 2, 3 (Mgr. ) 4, 5 — Alpha Psi Omega — Choral Society 2, 3, 4, 5 — Student Council 2, 3, 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 3, 4, 5 — Class President 3 — Senior Week Com- mittee — A. I.E. E. -I. R.E. 4, 5 — Eta Kappa Nu — Co-op Work Record: Bethlehem Steel Co. — Hobbies: Electronics, model rail- roads, tape recording — Suppressed Desire: A quick trip to Seabrook, N. H. — Best Time at N. U.: Section party after the junior Prom. GORDON KENT MORSE 9B Arundel Terrace Newton Corner, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Gordie " — Married — Two daughters — Freshman Honor List Deans List 2, 3, 4 — Baseball 4 — Rifle Club 5 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Pi Tan Sigma; Tan Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: Barry Corp.; Hayes Pump Machinery Co.: The Ucinite Co. — Hobbies: golf, baseball, dancing — Best Time at N. U. : Junior Prom. MELVILLE JOHN MOSSMAN Beach Street Foxboro, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Mel " — Cross Country 1 — Yacht Club 2, 3, 4, 5 — Camera Club 3 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — Rifle Team 2, 3 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Hayes Pump Machinery Co.; Mason-Neilan Regulator Co. — Hobbies: Fishing, photography, chess — Sup- pressed Desire: Sabotage laboratory machinery — Best Time at X. U,: A.S.M.E. Flywheel Frolics. WILLIAM TOLBERT MURPHY 24 Woodcrest Drive West Melrose, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Murph " — Sigma Phi Alpha (Pledgemaster 4) — Freshman Honor List — Hus-Skiers 3, 4, 5 — Yacht Club 5 — Husky High- lighters 4, 5 — Student Council 2, 4 — Class Cabinet 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.I.Ch.E. — E.C.N.U. 5 — Class President 2, 4 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Arthur D. Little, Inc.; Hub Testing Labs.; Davidson Rubber Co. — Hobbies: Golf, dancing, parties — Best Time at N. U.: Winter Carnivals. MICHAEL JOSEPH NASTASIA 52 Oak Street- Lawrence, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Mike " — Hus-Skiers 3, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1945-46 — Co-op Work Record: Tyer Rubber Co.; Bolta Co. — Hobbies: Clarinet, sax, dancing, skiing — Suppressed Desire: To be a renowned expl orer and adventurer — Best Time at N. U.: Ski Carnival. ROBERT CHARLES NAVARRO 239 Fair mount Avenue Saugus, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Bob " — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — Husky Key 1 — Class Treasurer 5 — A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 (Treas.) — E.C.N.U. 5— Eta Kappa Nu 4, 5 (Rec. Sec.) — Tau Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: M.I.T. Instru- mentation Lab; C.B.S. Hytron Co.; Lynn Gas Electric Co. — Best Time at N. U.: The N.E.E.D.S. parties. RALPH LAWRENCE OATT, JR. 63 Suomi Road Quincy, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Larry " — Married — One daughter — I. R.E. — Tau Beta Pi — Eta Kappa Nu — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1947-50 — Co-op Work Record: Bethlehem Steel Co. — Hobbies: Athletics, reading. MICHAEL NORTON O ' CONNELL 56 Tobin Court Roxbury .Mass. Civil Engineering Sigma Phi Alpha — Camera Club 3, 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Pershing Rifles 2, 3, 4 (Cadet CO.), 5 — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Distinguished Military Student — Co-op Work Record: Henry F. Bryant Son, Inc. LAWRENCE JOSEPH O ' CONNOR 80 Bedford Road Woburn, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Larry " — Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4 — Track 1, 2, 3, 4 — A.I.E.E.- I.R.E ' — Cross Country-N. U. Netcs M.I. P. Award, 1952 — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern Electronics Research Project — Hob- bies: Mechanics, sports — Suppressed Desire: To own a " non-profit " bookstore — Best Time at N. C: The meeting of the N.E.E.D.S. GEORGE ROBERT O ' NEILL 5 Greeni ' ale Avenue Weymouth. Mass. Electrical Engineering " Bud " — Beta Gamma Epsilon — Hus-Skiers 1, 2 — Square Folk Dance Soc. 3 — A.I.E.E. — Co-op Work Record: Electro Switch Corp.; S. H. Couch Co. — Hobbies: Electronics, skiing — Suppressed Desire: To have a reserved space in the parking lot — Best Time at N. V.: Initiation into B. G. E. WILLIAM PETER O ' NEILL 76 Waitt Road Lynn, Mass. Civil Engineering " Bill " — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: Town of Swampscott. RICHARD J. OSBORNE 5 Huntington Avenue Amesbury, Mass. Civil Engineering WALTER LAWRENCE OSGOOD 187 Lowell .Street Peabody, Mass. Civil Engineering " Ozzie " — Married — Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5 — Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 3 — Student Union 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 —Scabbard Blade 4, 5 — N.U.C.E.S. — E.C.N.U. 4, 5 — S.A.M.E. 4 (Vice-Pres. ) — Distinguished Military Student 4 — R.O.T.C. Scholastic Achieve- ment Award: Outstanding R.O.T.C. Junior Engineer Scholarship — Tau Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: A. Cefalo Sons; Town of Danvers Eng. Dept. — Hobbies: Skiing, tennis, bird study, wood carving — Suppressed Desire: Install air conditioning at N. U. — Best Time at N. U.: Student Union house party. DOMINIC MICHAEL PALMER, JR. 24 Curtis Avenue Quincy, Mass. Civil Engineering " Dora " - West Point — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 (Treas.) — Co-op Work Record: City of Quincy Eng. Dept.: E. W. Branch Inc. — Hobbies: Swimming, hockey, dancing — Suppressed Desire: To own a gin mill with a good jazz combo — Best Time at N. U.: Party after the Junior Prom. RICHARD J. PANARIELLO 359 Boston Avenue Medford, Mass. Civil Engineering " Dick " — Sigma Phi Alpha (Treas.) — I.F.C. — Hus-Skiers 3, 4, 5 — Yacht Club 2, 3, 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 2, 3, 4, 5 — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5— S.A.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Town of Arlington, Eng. Dept.; John Bowen Construction Co. — Hobbies: Tennis, yachting — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom. : JOHN J. PANICO 185 Spring Street Medford, Ma.™. Mechanical Engineering Yacht Club 1, 2, 3 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Service Record: U. S. Air Force 1948-49 — Co-op Work Record: Aetna Scientific Co. — Hob- bies: Yachting, hunting — Suppressed Desire: To take a History- Government course — Best Time at N. U.: Freshman English class. LEONARD IRYING PARAD 73 Almont Street Mattapan, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Perry " — Kappa Zeta Phi — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Tennis Club 1 — I.R.E. — Sears B. Condit Award — Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Phi — Co-op Work Record: Andrew Al- ford, Consultants — Hobbies: Tennis, walking, science-fiction — Suppressed Desire: To have a parking space when I need it. — Best Time at N. U.: Graduation. JOHN T. PARKS 324 Tappan Street Brookline, Mass. Electrical Engineering Wentworth Institute — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 3, 4, 5 — Eta Kappa Nu — Co-op Work Record: Boston Edison Co. — Suppressed Desire: To park my car on the quadrangle — Best Time at N. U.: Senior Week. ALBERT GORDON PARMENTER, JR. 18 Congress Street Orange, Mass. Civil Engineering Baseball 1 — N.U.C.E.S. — Service Record: U. S. Marine Corps 1945-49 — Co-op Work Record: Comm. of Mass. Dept. of Public Works. ROBERT PAUL PARTHUM 67 Loring Avenue Salem, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Bob " — Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — News 2 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — E.C.N. U. — Pi Tau Sigma 4, 5 (Corres. Sec. ) — Co-op Work Record: Hesse-Eastern Corp. — Hobbies: Fishing, sailing, bowling, tennis — Best Time at N. U.: Graduation. VINCENT RICHARD PAUL 94 Queensbury Street Boston, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Vince " — Married — One daughter — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 —A.S.M.E. 4, 5 (Sec.)— Sears B. Condit Award, 4, 5; Charles Hayden Memorial Scholarship 1; Crabtree Scholarships 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Tau Beta Pi (Pres. 5): Pi Tan Sigma — Co-op Work Record: Barry Corp. — Hobby: Chess — Suppressed Desire: To throw a bomb in the Husky Highlighters Room — Best Time at N. U.: After finals. DONALD EDWARD PELRINE 19 X en-ton Street Brighton, Mass. Electrical Engi neeri tig " Don " — Married — One daughter — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.I.E.E. 5 (Sec.) — I.R.E. — E.C.N. U. 5 (Sec.-Treas. ) — Eta Kappa Nu — Tau Beta Pi — Service Record: U. S. Air Force 1946-49 — Co-op Work Record: U. S. Navy Underwater Sound Lab; M.I.T. Instrumentation Lab. — Hobbies: Fishing, hunting — Suppressed Desire: To be reimbursed for parking violations while at N. U. — Best Time at N. U.: Senior Week. JOHN BRADLEY PENNELL 14 Islington Street Allston, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Jack " — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co. — Hobbies: Automobiles, photography, woodworking. HUGH M. PETERS 72 Phillips Street Weymouth, Max. . Electrical Engineering Sigma Phi Alpha — A.I.E.E. DAVID LLOYD PETTERSON 11 Sen-ton Avenue Wollaston, Mass. ( ' hemical Engineering " Dave " — Camera Club 1, 2 — Rifle Club 2, 3, 4 (Viee-Pres.), 5 — A.I.Ch.E. — A.C.S. — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1943-47 — Co-op Work Record: Godfrey L. Cabot Inc. — Hobbies: Pho- tography, shooting. JAMES HUGH PHILLIPS 10 Orchard Park Drive Reading, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Red " — Married — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4 — A.I.E.E. — Eta Kappa Nu — Tan Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Electric Prod. Inc. — Hobbies: Ham radio, fishing, music — Suppressed Desire: To be able to sit back and relax for a long time — Best Time at X. U.: Junior Prom. RONALD NELSON PHILLIPS 520 Common Street Walpole, Mass. Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: Naval Air Test Center: H. B. Smith Co.; Carver Cotton Gin Co. — Hobbies: Antique and classic- cars, music. KARL JOHN PIETKIEWICZ North Main Street Windsor, Vermont Mechanical Engineering " Pete " — Dean ' s List 5 — Camera Club 1, 5 — Square Folk Dance Soc. 1, 2, 3 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Freshman Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co. — Hobbies: Photography, automobiles, hunting, fishing. THOMAS ALBION PINKHAM III 12 Robin Street West Roxbury, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Tom " — University of Maine— Beta Gamma Epsilon (Sec. ) — Dean ' s List 4 — Camera Club 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 4, 5 — A.I.E.E. — Eta Kappa Nv — Co-op Work Record: Doble Eng. Co. — Hobbies: Photography, dramatics, golf — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom. JOHN POBUK 82 Gainsborough Street Boston, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Jack " — Married — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 4, 5 — Rifle Club 5 — A.S.M.E. — S. A.M. E. 4 (Treas. ) — Co-op Work Record: Manning, Maxwell Moore Co.; C. S. Starrett Co. — ■ Hob- bies: Skating, fishing, stamp collecting — Suppressed Desire: Give in- structors a test — Best Time at N. U.: First Military Ball. RICHARD JAMES POLLARD 151 Main Street Marion, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Big Dick " — A.S.M.E. — Service Record: U. S. Army 1946-48, 1950-51 — Co-op Work Record: Cambridge Electric Light Co.: Textile Eng. Corp.; Aerovox Co. — Hobbies: U. S. history, sports — Suppressed Desire -.Smoke in class — Best Time at N. U.: Graduation. " Joe " — I.R.E. Work Record: U JOSEPH C. PORCELLO }4 Pearl Street Salem, Mass. Electrical Engineering Service Record: U. S. Army 1946-48 — Co-op 3. Navy Underwater Sound Lab. WARREN RICHARD POWERS ' 29 Arch Street Maiden, Mass. Mechanical Engineering U. S. Coast Guard Academy — Dean ' s List 4 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Dean ' s List Financial Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: Naval Air Test Center — Hobbies: Sports, social amenities — Suppressed Desire: Go to a co-ed school — Best Time at N. 0.: Friday ' s at 5:00 p.m. PAUL WILLIAM PRENDIVILLE 4 Curtis Street Waltham, Mass. Civil Engineering " Fuzz " — Sigma Phi Alpha — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — Yacht Club 3 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — N.U.C.E.S. 3, 4, 5 — Trustee Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: Rowland H. Barnes Co.; Town of Framing- ham Eng. Div. — Hobbies: Pencil sketching, photography — Sup- pressed Desire: To travel around and see something of this big world — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom. CHARLES H. PRICE, JR. 14 M areland Street Roxbury, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Charlie " — Band 1, 2 — A.I.E.E. 1, 2, 4, 5 — I.R.E. 2, 3, 4 — Serv- ice Record: U. S. Army 1950-52 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co.; National Capacitor Co. — Hobbies: Amateur radio, pho- tography — Suppressed Desire: To own a quarter share of a " non- profit bookstore " — Best Time at N. D. ; N.E.E.D.S. Gathering, April ' 55. MICHAEL ANTHONY PRINCIOTTA 94 Egerton Road Arlington, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Mike " — Sigma Phi Alpha (Vice-Pres. 3) — Class Secretary 5 — A.I.E.E. 3, 4, 5 — I.R.E. 4, 5 — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1946-48 — Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Co.; M.I.T. Instrumentation Lab; W ' estern L T nion — Hobbies: Radio, automobiles, photography, fish- ing — Suppressed Desire: To own one share in a non-profit book- store and then retire — Best Time at N. U.: N.E.E.D.S. meetings. JOHN GERARD PRYOR 43 Aralon Road West Roxbury, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Jack " — Married - Sigma Phi Alpha — I.R.E. 3, 4, 5 — Service Record: U. S. Marine Corps 1946-47 — Co-op Work Record: Foxboro Co.; Baird Assoc. — Hobbies: Home workshop, bowling, golf — Suppressed Desire: To sing — Best Time at N. U.: Day after final finals. DAVID P. PUSHNER 1 Beechcroft Street Brighton, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Dave " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M.E. 5 — Charles Hayden Memorial Scholarship — Pi Tan Sigma — Co-op Work Record: Watertown Arsenal — Hobbies: Outdoor sports, reading, swimming — Sup- pressed Desire: To be a beachcomber — Best Time at N. U.: Flvwheel Frolic. WILLIAM FRANCIS QUINN 39 Harvard Street Lowell, Mass. Civil Engineering " Bill " — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, Blade 4, 5 — N.U.C.E.S. 4, 5 — S.A.M.E. Distinguished Military Student Award Award — Co-op Work Record Liberty Mutual Insurance Co pressed desire: To be an M.T.A. oper ator Junior Prom. . 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard 3 (Vice-Pres.), 4, 5 — S.A.M.E. Gold Medal Chance Vought Aircraft, Inc.; Hobbies: Reading, golf — Sup- Best Time at N. U. ALBERT H. REHN ' 20 Harvard Plan Brookline, Mass. Mechanical Engii A..S.M.E. 3, 4, 5. enng DONALD FRANCIS RICHARD 82 Lander Street Lynn. Mass. Electrical Engineering " Don " — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 4, 5 — Choral Society 1, 2, 8 — News 1, 2 — Class Cabinet 5 — A.I.E.E. 3, 4, 5— Eta Kappa Nu 4, 5; Tau Beta Pi 5 — Co-op Work Record: General Radio Co. — Hobbies: Reading, dancing — Suppressed Desire: To experience the unmitigated joy of receiving the profits of the N. U. non-profit bookstore — Best Time at N. U.: The N.E.E.D.S. parties. BENEDETTO RIZZO 126 Palfrey Street Watertown. Mass. Civil Engineering " Benny " — Baseball 1 — Yacht Club 2 — Camera Club 3 - R.O.T.C. 1, 2 — Rifle Club 5 — Intra-mural Softball 2, 3, 4, 5 — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: Turner Construction Co.; Fay, Spofford Thorndike — Hobbies: Photography, taxidermy, hunt- ing — Suppressed Desire: To write an advanced mechanics book — Best Time at N. U.: The tenth week. MILLARD F. ROGERS 00 Bayshore Road Hyannis, Mass. Industrial Engineering " Mill " — Rifle Club 5 — A.I.E.E. 4, 5 — Service Record: U. S. Air Force 1952-54 — Co-op Work Record: Wm. Underwood Co.; Har- vard University; Brockton Gas Co. —Hobbies: Golf, aviation. ' i DONALD FAGERBERG ROSEN 8 Benton Street Middleboro, Mass. Civil Engineering " Ben " — Married — One son — Worcester Polytechnic Institute — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — N.U.C.E.S. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Gordon E. MacXeill Associates. ALVAN RICHARD ROSS 44 Brookline Street Needham, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Dick " — Sigma Phi Alpha — Baseball 1 — A.I.Ch.E. — A.C.S. — Co-op Work Record: Bemis Associates Inc.; Windram Mfg. Co.— Hobbies: Sports — Suppressed Desire: To become a stockholder m the non-profit bookstore — Best Time at N. U.: Senior Week. DAVID HAROLD RUSSELL 8 Hudson Street Maiden, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Dave " — Married — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — R.O.T.C. 2, 8, 4, 5 — Rifle Club 3, 5 — A.S.M.E. — Pi Tau Sigma; Tau Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: Carpenter Paterson, Inc. — Hobby: Basketball — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom. DONALD ROBERT RUTHMAN 56 Lincoln Avenue Saugus, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Don " — Football 1 — R.O.T.C. 2 — Band 1, 2 — A.I.E.E. — Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Electric Products Inc.; Champion Lamp Works — Hobby " : Automotive electrical systems — Sup- pressed Desire: " A " in Field Theory — Best Time at N. U.: A.I.E.E. Banquet. i tew PHILIP JOSEPH SACRAMONE 30 Carlson Street Everett, Mass. Mechanical Engineering Dean ' s List 4 — A.S.M.E. — Service Record: U. S. Army 1946-48 — Co-op Work Record: Hesse Eastern Corp.; Watertown Arsenal Lab. ANDREW A. SALVI 13 Burrell Street Roxbvry, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Andy " — A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Westinghouse Electric Corp.; Cambridge Electric Light Co.; Simplex Wire Cable Co. — Suppressed Desire: To run a non-profitable bookstore — Best Time at N. U.: Functions of the N.E.E.D.S. WILLIAM SILVA SANTOS 11 Clifford Avenue Stoughton, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Bill " — Married — One daughter — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — A.S.M.E. 4, 5 — E.C.N.U. 4 — Pi Tan Sigma 4, 5 — Service Record: U. S. Army 1946-48 — Co-op Work Record: Foxboro Co.; Textile Eng. Corp.; Abbott Worsted Co. — Hobbies: Reading, drawing. JAMES SARET 20 Converse Avenue Maiden. Mass. Electrical Engineering " Jimmy " — Married — Radio Club 1, 2 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — — Century Club Scholarship 1 — Co-op Work Record: Krohn-Hite Instrument Co. — Hobbies: Hi-fi equipment, radio. JOSEPH PAUL SASSO 33 Bartlett Street Maiden, Mass. Civil Engineering lghter — R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4 — N.U.C.E.S. — Work Record: Town of Belmont; Harry R. Married — One da E.C.N.U. — Co-op Feldman. ROBERT WILLIAM SCANLON 908 Washington Street Eolliston, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Scan " — Married — Two daughters, one son — Class Cabinet — Student Council — A.I.E.E. 3, 4 (Sec.), 5 (Vice-Ch. )— Service Record: U. S. Navy 1942-46 — Co-op Work Record: Keleket X-Ray Corp. — Hobbies: Being a husband and handyman — Suppressed Desire: To " snow " a prof. — Best Time at N. U.: A.I.E.E. Banquet. STEPHEN SCIARRO, JR. 24 Cedar Street Westboro, Mass. Industrial Engineering , 4 (Treas.), 5 — Service Co-op Work Record: Bay Married — One daughter — A.I.E.E. Record: U. S. Marine Corps 1945-49 State Abrasive Prod. Co. GEORGE PETER SCOURAS 22 Harris Street Peabodtj, Mass. Mechanical Engineering R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Util- ity Metal Prod. Co., Inc. — Hobby: Weight lifting. CHARLES JOHN SHEA Dean Street Easton, Mass. Mechanical Engineering Hus-Skiers 3, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4 (Vice-Ch.), 5 — Servi. Re D. S. Co. - Navy 1946-49 - Hobby: Skiing. Co-op Work Record: Boston Carbide Eng. THOMAS FRANCIS SHERIDAN 40 Gates Street South Boston, Mass. Electrical Enqi neering " Tom " — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. — Service Record: U. S. Navy 194.5-46 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Insulated Wire and Cable Co.; Tufts College E. E. Research Lab; Sigma Instruments — Hobbies: Sailing, dancing — Suppressed Desire: To be a stockholder in Northeastern ' s " non-profit " bookstore- -Best Time at N. I " .: 19.34 A.I.E.E. Ban- quet. LOUIS MARVIN SHOTKIN 34 Newton Street Maiden, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Lou " — Kappa Zeta Phi (Treas. 4) — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Class Cabinet 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. — E.C.N.U. — Class Treasurer 4, 5 — Pi Tan Sigma — Tau Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: Arthur D. Little; U. S. Navy; Biltrite Rubber Co. — Hobby: Hiking — Best Time at N. U.: Five o ' clock. STANLEY JENSEN SHUTE, JR. 3 Greenwood Circle Hyde Park, Mass. Mech a nical E n g i n eering " Stan " — Married — One son — Salem State Teachers College — Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Ski Team 2, 3 — A.S.M.E. 3, 5 — Service Record: L ' . S. Air Force 1944-46 — Co-op Work Record: J. P. Squire Co.; Hnited-Carr Fastener Corp. — Hobbies: Radio controlled model planes, skiing, photography — Suppressed Desire: To be a ski bum — Best Time at N. I " .: Winter Carnival at Jackson, N. H. RONALD EMIL SIGMUND 530 Washington Street East Walpole, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Sig " — Dean ' s List 5 — Football 2, 3, 4 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. 4, 5 — Distinguished Military Student — Co-op Work Record: Bird Machine Co. — Hobbies: Sports, music — Best Time at N. U.: Football trips. RICHARD JOSEPH SIMON 1735 Purdy Street Bronx, New York Civil Engineering " Dick " — Camera Club 1 — N.U.C.E.S. — Service Record: U. S. Army 1946-49 — Co-op Work Record: Turner Construction Co.; New York, New Haven Hartford It. R. — Hobbies: Photography, bowling — Best Time at N. I .: Graduation. WALTER PATRICK SKINNER 141 Allen Street East Braintrce, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Bud " — Dean ' s List 2, 4 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: South Shore Machine Co. — Hobbies: Sports, hunting, auto- mobiles — Best Time at N. U.: Parties after finals. JOHN WILLIAM SKRICKI 34 Austin Street Norwood, Mass. Electrical Engineering R.O.T.C. 1, 2 — A.I.E.E. — Co-op Work Record: Boston Edison Co.; Westinghouse Corp. — Hobbies: Hi-fidelity sound, fishing. NORBERT WENDELL SLACK 140 Massachusetts Avenue Boston, Muss. Mechanical Engineering Newton Junior College — Freshman Honor List — Square Folk Dance Soc. 3, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. 4, 5 — Pi Tan Sigma — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co. — Hobbies: Dancing, firearms. DONALD KERWIN SLADE 131 Webster Street Maiden, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Don " — Sigma Phi Alpha — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — Track 1 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 (1st Vice-Pres.) — Tau Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: Godfrey L. Cabot; National Paint, Varnish and Lacquer Assoc. — Hobbies: Baseball, recording on tape — Suppressed Desire: To borrow some- thing from the Unit Op. Lab without signing for it — Best Time at N. V.: Junior Prom. STANLEY MILTON SOKOLOW 130 Intervale Street Roxbury, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Stan " — Cross Country 1 — Senior Week Committee — A.S.M.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Keystone Camera Co. — Hobbies: Woodworking, electronics, fishing, model building: Suppressed De- sire: To own my own home — Best Time at N. U. : Junior Prom. DAVID STARR 20 Acorn Street Maiden, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Dave " — Married — Hus-Skiers 1 — Camera Club 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 4, 5 — A.I.E.F.-I.R.E. — Eta Kappa Nv; Tan Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: Warren H. Bennett Electrical Co. — Hobbies: Photography, skiing — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom. DONALD HERBERT STEWART Prospeel Street Quincy, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Don " — Married — One son — Track 1 — Camera Club 5 — I.R.E. 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: General Radio Co. — Hobby: Photography — Suppressed Desire: To teach engineering to LA ' s and BA ' s. ROBERT JAMES STONE S Bicknell Avenue Roxbury, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Bob " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 4 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Radio Club 1 — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. — Eta Kappa Nu — Tan Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: W. O. White and Sons; American Machine Foundry; Doble Engineering Co. — Hobbies: Music, bowling — Suppressed Desire: To see all N. U. Football games — Best Time at N. V.: Bowling on champoinship Teams 1, 3, 4. MAXWELL GRAHAM STRANGE 073 Col rain Road Greenfield, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Max " — A.I.E.E.— Co-op Work Record: Greenfield Tap Die Corp.; Westinghouse Elec. Corp. — Hobbies: High fidelity, sound, record and tape collecting, photography. DONALD IRVING STRECK 400 Lebanon Street Melrose, Mass. Median ical Engineering " Don " — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. 3,. 4, 5 — S.A.M.E. 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Arthur D. Little, Inc.; Naval Air Test Center; New- England Power Co. — Hobbies: Automotive design, cartooning — Suppressed Desire: Grading of instructors — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom, Military Ball of 1953. WENDELL BRUCE STRUM 4 Hillside Road Dedham, Mass. Civil Engineering " Strumie " — Choral Society 2, 3 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: Norfolk County Eng.; Norwood Eng. Co. — Hobbies: Camera bug, dancing — Best Time at N. U.: Senior Week. ROBERT WALTER STUART 14 Newcastle Street Brighton, Mass. Civil Engineering " g tu " _ Sigma Phi Alpha (House Mgr.) — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Football 2 — Hus-Skiers 3, 4, 5 — Yacht Club 3, 4 — Husky Highlighters 5 — Class Cabinet 4, 5 — Junior Prom Committee (Ch.) — Senior Prom Committee (Co-Ch.) — N.U.C.E.S. — Class Vice-President 4 — Charles Hayden Memorial Scholarship — Tau Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: Camp, Dresser McKee; New England Power Co.; Piatt Contracting Co.; — Hobbies: Golf, skiing — Suppressed Desire: Break par at golf — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom. FRANCIS XAVIER SULLIVAN 33 Farmington Road West Roxbury, Mass- Industrial Engineering " Sullv " — Dean ' s List 4, 5 — Hus-Skiers 3, 4, 5 — Rifle Club 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — A. I. I.E. 4, 5 (Sec.) — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co. — Hobbies: Skiing, chess, tennis, aviation — Suppressed Desire: To hang Sen. Ralph Flanders by his toes — Best Time at N. U.: Winter Ski Carnival. WILLIAM RALPH SVIRSKY 31 Mosely Street Dorchester, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Bill " — Married — Two sons — Dean ' s List 4 — Rifle Club 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Intra-mural Sports 3, 4, 5 — A.I.E.E. 5 — I.R.E. 3, 5 — Charles Hayden Memorial Scholarship 1 — Co-op Work Record: Chas. T. Main, Inc. EMERY ALFRED SW ANSON 48 Aberdeen Road Squantum, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Em " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Chapel Choir 2 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Myrbeck Jacobs Co.; Bethlehem Steel Co. — Hobbies: Music reading — Suppressed Desire: To skip homework for a week - Best Time at N. U, Junior Prom. 19 Lenox Road Peabody, Mass. Chemical Enginecri ng Kappa Zela Phi — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Husky Key 1 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3 (Sec.-Treas. ), 4, 5 (Pres. ' ) — Tau Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: E. I. duPont de Nemours Co., Inc. — Hobby: Music — Suppressed Desire: A com- plete afternoon of choral harmony in the Unit Operations Lab un- inhibited by faculty monkey-wrenches. CARMELO ANTHONY TESTA 130 Meridian Street East Boston, Mass. Civil Engineering " Carmen " — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: W. S. Crocker; Clarkeson Eng. Co. — Hobbies: Spending money, studying — Suppressed Desire: To cut a convocation — Best Time at N. U.: When refused admittance to convocation for being late. CHARLES ALBERT THULEN .50 Forsyth Street Boston, Mass. Electrical Enginecri ng " Charlie " — Married — Chess Club 1, 2 (Mgr. ) — A.I.E.E. - I.R.E. 3, 4, 5 — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1945-49, 1951-52 — Co-op Work Record: Rocbestos Products Corp.; Pratt Whitney; General Electric — Hobbies: Auto repair, high-fi, bowling — Sup- pressed Desire: Move Electrical Dept. into Science Hall — Best Time at N. U.: Passing field theory. ; MELVIN A. TIGER 28 Marion Avenue Poughkeepsie, New York Mechanical Engineering " Mel " — Bella Gamma Epsilon (Treas. 3), (Pres. 4) — R.O.T.C. 2, . ' 5, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Gregstron Corp. — Hobbies: Model airplanes and trains — Suppressed Desire: Get married — Best Time at N. U.: Frat dances. ARTHUR SAUL TORF 17 ZFairmount Street Dorchester, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Art " — Kappa Zeta Phi — I.F.C. 4, 5 — Track 1 - R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 4, 5 — Military Ball Committee 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 2, 3 — Class Vice-President 3 — A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Charles Hayden Memorial Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: Boston Edison Co. — Hobbies: Radio, golf, photography — Sup- pressed Desire: To get out of the Botolph Building - Best Time at N. U.: KZP Dinner-Dance, 1953. MILTON CHRIS TROVAS LOO Li nn Street Peabody, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Chick " R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: American Biltrite Rubber Co.; Sylvania Electric Prod. — Hobbies: Swimming, football, horse-shoes, hiking -Best Time at N. U.: R.O.T.C. balls. WALTER WILLIAM TURGISS 145 Wash i in Ion Street Woburn, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Mike " - A.I.E.E. — Co-op Work Record: General Radio Co. — Hobby: Sports — Best Time at X. 1 .: Junior Dinner-Dance. LEROY F. VALENTINE 199 Bradford Street Provincetown, Mass. Electrical Engineering Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.I.E.E.-LR.E. — Eta Kappa Nv — Co-op Work Record: General Electric Co.; Federal Telephone Radio Corp.; M.I.T. RALPH AM BOS VERNET 1 Buttaro Una, I Woburn, Mass. Mechanical Engineering Eastern Nazarene College — Service Record: 1 " . S. Navy 1945-46 — Co-op Work Record: J. W. Greer Co. THOMAS DANIEL WALSH SS Elmer Road Dorchester. Mass. I ndustrial Engineering " Tom " — Debating Club 4, 5 — Husky Key 5 - - Silver Masque 4, 5 — News 5 - Editors Key Award 5 — A.S.M.E. 4 (Vice Ch.) A.I.E.E. 5 — 1st ! rize A.S.M.E. Student Talk Competition 3; 1st Prize Upper- Class Public Speaking Contest 4 — Co-op Work Record: Otis Elevator Co.; Employer ' s Liability Assurance Corp., Ltd. — Hobbies: Dra- matics, sports, reading — Suppressed Desire: Be a creative artist — Best Time at N. U.: Each Masque performance. ERNEST GODFREY WARSHAFSKY 18 Faun-Bar Street Winihrop, Mass. Civil Engineering " Ernie " ' — Married — Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, 4 — X.U.C.E.S. — Co- op Work Record: Whitman Howard; Town of Swampscott — Hobbies: Yachting, photography. WALTER WARDWELL WEEDEN, JR. 9(1 Gainsborough Street Boston, Mass. Industrial Engineering " Wardy " — Married — Sigma Phi Alpha (Vice-Pres. 4) — Hus- Skiers 4 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — News 1, -2 (Adv. Mgr.), 3, 4. 5 ( !!us. Mgr.) — Senior Week Committee — A.I.E.E. 5 — Charles Hayden Memorial Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: Roland H. Barnet; Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. — Hobbies: Water skiing, collecting swizzle sticks — Best Time at N. U.: S.P.A. parties. DAVID BERT WEINER 52 Woodlawn Avenue Chelsea, Mass. Civil Engineering " Dave " — Married — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — E.C.N.U. 4, 5 — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Tan Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: Land Court; Clarkeson Eng. Co. — Hobbies: Photography, woodworking, trumpet — Best Time at X. I . : Senior year. JOHX CHRISTOPHER WELCH 3808 Keroiightan Road Hampton, Virginia Civil Engineering Massachusetts Institute of Technology — N.U.C.E.S. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Rowland H. Barnes Co. — Hobbies: Pho- tography, hunting. PHILIP H. WELCH 37 Hinckley Road Waban, Mass. Civil Engineering Dean ' s List 4, 5 — Football 1 — Hus-Skiers 3 — Yacht Club 2, 3 — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: City of Xewton Eng. Dept. - — Best Time at X. U.: Junior Prom. NORMAN ANDREW WHALEN ■29 Myrtle Street Brockton, Mass. Civil Engineering " Norm " — Basketball 1 — Camera Club 1 — R.O.T.C. i, 3, 4, 5 — N.U.C.E.S. — Comwolie Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: City of Brockton Eng. Dept. -- Hobbies: Photography, stamps — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Dinner-Dance. RICHARD ALLEN WHITE 94 Bradley Avenue Bergenfield, New Jersey Chemical Engineering " Dick " — Alpha Kappa Sigma — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4i 5 — A.I.Ch.E. — Co-op Work Record: American Assoc. Ins. Co.; Electro Rust Proofing — Hobby: Record collecting — Best Time at X. U.: Freshman year. ROXALD WHITE 21 Kilby Street Woburn, Mass. Electrical Engineer! nq " Whitey " — Camera Club 1 — A.I.E.E. Boston Edison Co. — Best Time at X. U.: -Co-op Work Record: A.I.E.E. Banquet. ERNEST HAROLD WOODWORTH, JR. 109 Washington Street Newton, Mass. Median ical Engineering " Woody " — Dance Band 1, 2, 3 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co. — Hobbies: Sports, music, cars, motorcycles, electronics. ROBERT A. WRIGHT S5 Shawsheen Road Andover, Mass- Electrical Engineering " Bob " — I.R.E. — Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Electric Prod. Inc.; New England Power Service Co. LESTER JAMES ZIEFF 36 Starbird Street Maiden, Mass. Civil Engineering " Jim " -- Camera Club 3, — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: Harry Feldman; John Bovven Construction Co.; Town of Belmont Eng. Dept. — Hobbies: Photography, swimming, sailing, skiing. WALTER MARTIN ZIMBERG 92 Bromfield Street Quincy, Mass. Chemical Engineering Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2 — .AI.Ch.E. — A.C.S. — Co-op Work Record: Stedfast Rubber Co. — Hobby: Coin collecting. STANLEY IGNATIUS ZWIRBLE 34 Auburn Street Boston, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Jess " — Yacht Club 4 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Husky Key 1 — Senior Week Committee — Intra-Mural Basketball 5 — I.R.E. — Co-op Work Record: Dormitzer Electrical Co.; Northeastern University; New England Medical Center — Hobby: Coin collecting — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom. EDWIN C. ADAMS 10 Holly Drive Norwood, Mass. Civil Engineering WILLIAM PAUL ANDERSON 455 North Street Walpole, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Andy " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 4 — Rifle Club 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M.E. 4, 5 — Pi Tan Sigma; Tan Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: General Radio Co. — Best Time at N. U.: A.S.M.E. trip to Clarkson College. CHARLES A. ARONSON 105 Cedar Street Quincy, Mass. Industrial Engineering " Bernie " 1052-54 - Eddy - VINCENT HENRY BERNARD 75 Farnham Street Lawrence, Mass. Electrical Engineering - A.I.E.E. 4, 5 — Service Record: U. S. Army Co-op Work Record: Western Electric; Metcalfe Hobbies: Photography, music. PHILIP BLAKE 10 Norcross Terrace Lynn, Mass. Chemical Engineering Husky Key 1 — A.I.Ch.E. 3, 4, 5. GEORGE S. BURBANK 1 75 Norfolk Street Holliston, Mass. Civil Engineering JOSEPH M. FORTI (i Walcott Street Medford, Mass. Civil Engineering LUTHER H. HARMAN, JR. 3(5S The Riverway Boston, Mass. ( ' hemical Engineer! ng GEORGE LILAKOS 319 Temple Street West Roxbury, Mass. Mechanical Engineering JERE CLINTON PAGE, JR. 4 Houghton Street Dorchester, Mass. Mechanical Engineering Married — One daughter — Dean ' s List 2, 3 - A.S.M.E. i, Pi Tan Sigma — Service Record: U. S. Merchant Marine 1943-50 — Co-op Work Record: Chas. T. Main, Inc.; New- England Power Service Co. — Hobbies: Sailing, skiing — Suppressed Desire: Relaxation from studies. RALPH LAWRENCE LANCIANO 25 Queensbury Street Boston, Mass. Chemical Engineering Married — Band 1. 2 — A.I.Ch.E. — Co-op Work Re Lincoln Project M.I.T. WILLIAM J. LANDRY 107 Banks Street Cambridge, Mass- Industrial Engineering ROY C. PENNEY 138 Crescent Street Revere, Mass. Civil Engineering MARK McCOLLOM ROBINSON, JR. Tifeny Road Norwell, Mass. Industrial Engineering A. I. I.E. — Co-op Work Record: South Shore Machine Co. Sanborn Co. — Hobbies: Fishing, basketball, bowling — Best Time at N. U.: Senior Week. HERBERT JOSEPH LEWIS 803 Watertoum Street West Newton, Mass. Industrial Engineering A. I. I.E. 4, 5 — Service Record: t " . S. Marine Corps 1942-46, 1950-52 — Co-op Work Record: Employers Liability Assur- ance Corp. — Hobbies: Aviation, sports. RICHARD A. LEWIS 15 Magfloieer Street West Hartford, Connecticut Electrical Engineering LEWIS C. SUTHERN 21 South Street Boston, Mass. Mechanical Engineering RALPH EDWIN WILLIAMS 93 Vernon Street Norwood, Mass. Mechanical Engineering Married — One daughter — Service Record: L T . S. Air I orce 1944-46, 1950-51 — Co-op Work Record: Bird Sons Inc. -- Hobby: Movies. i FRANK JOSEPH COLLINS | - » 4fe . ¥ Beech Street Reading, Mass- a T ?- ' Electrical Engineering ■ « 1 A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. — Eta Kappa Nn — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co.; Jackson Moreland. 1 ' ' d ftUSiHCSS Roger S. Hamilton Dean of the College of Business Administration ROBERT EARL ALDEN 50 Johnson Road North Weymouth, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Bob " — Married — Dean ' s List 5 — Advertising Club 5 — Ameri- can Marketing Assn. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: E. T. Wright Co.; Harold Cabot Co.; Westinghouse Corp. — Hobbies: Music, sports — Suppressed Desire: To get a space in the N. U. parking- lot — Best Time at N. U.: Senior Week. KARL R. ANDERSON, JR. 14 Fairview Avenue Saugus, Mass. Accounting Married — Hus-Skiers 1, -2, 3, 4 — Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, 4 — Account- ing Society 4, 5 — Camera Club 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard and Blade 4, 5 — Silver Masque 1, 2, 3 (Bus. Mgr.), 4 (Pres. ) — Rifle Team 4, 5 (Treas. ) — Distinguished Military Stu- dent — Co-op Work Record: Sears, Roebuck Co.; Gregstrom Corp.; Eastern Bakers Supply — Hobbies: Flying, riflery, yachting, skiing — Suppressed Desire: To be the first man to return from the moon — Best Time at N. U.: the Military Balls. IRVING STANLEY AUGUST 39 Burroughs Street Jamaica Plain, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Irv " — Married — Kappa Zeta Phi — Freshman Honor List — Advertising Club 4, 5 — American Marketing Assn. 4, 5 — Cauldron 3 — Class Cabinet 1, ' 2, 3 — Class Treasurer 3 — Co-op Work Record: Oilman Bros. Drug Co.; Mason-Neilan Regulator Co. — Hobbies: Collecting stamps and records — Best Time at. N. U.; Com- pilation of statistics report. ALBERT B. AYERS 34 Pershing Road Glens Palish New York Business Management " Al " —Gamma Phi Kappa 3 (Sec), 4 (Social Ch. ), 5 (Pledge- master ) — R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3 — Band 1, 2 — Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4 — S.A.M. 5 — Co-op Work Record: Hunt-Spiller Mfg. Corp.; Imperial Color Corp. — Hobbies: Music, traveling — Suppressed Desire: To go Bohemian — Best Time at N. U.: Dance Band. PAUL FRANCIS BACIGALUPO 91 John Street Reading. Mass. Accounting " Bach " — Dean ' s List 4, 5 — Accounting Society 2, 3, 4 (Sec. ), . ' 5 (Vice Pres.) — Silver Masque 4 — News 2 — Intra-mural Basket- ball . ' 5 — Co-op Work Record: National Co. — Hobbies: Sports — Suppressed Desire: Money — Best Time at X. U.: Middler Prom. WILLIAM E. BAKER 20.5 Pleasant Street Winthrop, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Bill " — Married -- One son — Wentworth Institute — Advertising Club 4, 5 — American Marketing Assn. 5 — Co-op Work Record: American Machine Foundry; Paine, Webber, Jackson Curtis — Hobby: Amateur radio station WlCHS — Best Time at N. U.: Senior Week. FAYE MARIE BARKER 179 Dutrher Street Ilopcdale, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Penny " — Omega Sigma 4 (All University Ch. ) — Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 3, 4 (Sec. ), 5 — Yacht Club 1, 2 — Advertising Club 3, 4 (Sec. ), 5 — American Marketing Assn. 2, 3, 4, 5 (Sec.) — Art Club — Cheer- leaders 2, 3, 4, 5 (Capt. ) — Husky Key 1, 2 — Student Union 1, 2 — Class Cabinet 1, 2, 3, 4 — Class Secretary 2, 3, 4 — Girls ' Rifle Club 5 — Co-op Work Record: Draper Corp.; Boston State Hospital - Hobbies: Sports, painting — Suppressed Desire: To travel — Best Time at X. U: Junior Prom. ROBERT WHITNEY BARNARD Ridgewuy Farm t ' ontoocook, New Hampshire Marketing and Advertising " Barney " — Gamma Phi Kappa (House Mgr. 3) — Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Advertising Club 4, 5 — American Marketing Assn. 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: Fuller Brush Co.; A-l Vacuum Stores — Hobbies: Dancing, reading — Suppressed Desire: Getting on the Dean ' s List -- Best Time at N. U.: Fraternity parties at G.P.K. and X.U.B.A. FRANK ANTHONY BATTISTA 80 Clark Street Medford, Mass. Marketing and Advertising Married — Dean ' s List 4, 5 — Advertising Club 4, 5 — American Marketing Assn. 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe; Cypress Hardware Co. — Hobbies: Music, automobiles, bowling — Sup- pressed Desire: To become an accomplished pianist — Best Time at N. U.: Sophomore Prom. GENE MAURICE BAUMAN 105 Jordan Road Brooldine, Mass. Business Management " Bens " — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — Hus-Skiers 5 — S.A.M. 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Columbia Auto Painting Co.; Brunch Ltd.: Warner Brothers Studios — Hobbies: Handball, parties — Suppressed De- sire: To have a date with the ever popular Mae Bush — Best Time at N. U.: Listening to the successful heroes speak at convocations. EMIL ALBERT BEAUCHAMP, JR. 14 Bedford Road Woburn, Mass. Accounting Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 4 — Accounting Society 4, 5 (Sec.) — Co-op Work Record: National Co., Inc. — Hobbies: Week-ends at the beach, gardening — Best Time at N. U.: Ac- counting Society Banquet, 1954. ROBERT PERRY BELKIN 10 Radcliffe Road Allston, Mass. Accounting " Hush " — Track 1, 2, 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Electric Products, Inc.; — Hobby: Track — Suppressed Desire: To see the world — Best Time at N. U.: Middler Year. LEON ATWOOD BERRY, JR. 18 Maple Street West Newbury, Mass. Business Management Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — S.A.M. 4, 5 Co-op Work Record: Sears, Roebuck Co. — Hobbies: Sports, coin collecting — Suppressed Desire: Become wealthy and retire before reaching thirty. JOHN BERNARD BRADY 19 Harrison Avenue Cambridge, Mass. Marketing and Advertising I ' hi Beta Alpha (Rec. Sec. 4) — Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 — Ameri- can Marketing Assn. 3, 4, 5 (Treas. ) — News 2, 3, 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Rifle Club 5 — Co-op Work Record: Dean C. Wolf Assoc; John Donnelly Sons; Harold Cabot Co., Inc. — Hobby: Sports — Best Time at N. U.: Senior Week. JOHN BRILLANTE 35 North Union Street Arlington, Mass. Industrial Relations " Brill " -- Intra-mural Basketball 5 — Football 1 — Hus-Skiers 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.F.A. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Senior Week Committee — Co-op Work Record: Al Basse Assoc. Inc.; Cambridge Choc. Co.; American Container Corp. — Hobbies: Golf, mechanics — Suppressed Desire: To retire — Best Time at N. U.: N.U.B.A. functions. R. LAWRENCE BROOKS 11 Greenleaj Street Newburyport, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Larry " — Dean ' s List 5 — Advertising Club 5 — American Mar- keting Assn. 3, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: CBS Hytron; Controller Service Sales; Raymond ' s, Inc. — Hobbies: Swimming, music. THOMAS STUART BROWN 47 Vernon Street Brookline, Mass. Business Management " Tom " - Alpha Kappa Sigma — Class Cabinet 1, 2, 3 — S.A.M. — Class Vice-President 1, i; Class Presiden t 3 — Service Record: D. S. Army 1951-53. ARTHUR MCGILL BURGESS 1471 Beacon Street Brookline, Mass. Business Management " Art " — Hus-Skiers 3, -t, 5 — S.A.M. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Svlvania Corp.; Cambridge Thermionic Corp.; .John Hancock Ins. Co. — Hobbies: Piano, tennis, skiing — Suppressed Desire: To make a million dollars before twenty-five. RICHARD ALDEN BURNHAM 70 Lawrence Boad Beading, Mass. Accounting " Dick " — Dean ' s List 2, 8, 4, 5 — Accounting Society 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Johnson, Decker Co.; Boston Edison Co.; Chandler Co. — Suppressed Desire: Money. BENJAMIN ANTHONY CAGGIANO 128 Curtis Street Somerrille, Mass. Accounting " Ben " — Intra-mural Basketball — Accounting Society 2, 3, 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Svlvania Electric — Hobbies: Sports, stamp collecting — Best Time at X. I " .: Gradua- tion. THOMAS VALENTINE CAHILL 15 Baxter Avenue Quincy, Mass. Finance and Insurance " Tom " — Hus-Skiers 3 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — Investment Society 3, 4 (Treas. )— A.F.A. 4 (Treas. ) — Co-op Work Record: Loomis, Sayles Co.; Mason-Neilan Regulator Co. — Best Time at N. D.: Junior Prom and party after it. CALVIN CARLETON CAREY Green Hirer Road Colrain. Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Happy " — Football, 1 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Daggett Chocolate Co. — Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing — Suppressed Desire: Have a steak dinner at Durgin Park — Best Time at X. U.: Football game with U. of Mass. EDWARD CERNINKA 7 Maiden Lane Stolen Island, New York Marketing and Advertising ■ ' Ed " — Alpha Kappa Sigma (Grand Councilor 5 ) — Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 — American Marketing Assn. 3, 4, 5 -- R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — Inter-Frat. Sports 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Crucible Steel Co. of America; Gerald Friend, Inc. — Hobbies: Golf, drum corps, sports spectator — Suppressed Desire: To shoot a 65 at Wright Golf Course — Best Time at X. I " .: Quad Frat Dances, A.K.S. Alumni reunions. RICHARD JOSEPH CHOUIXARD 1485 Furnace Brook Parkway Quincy, Mass. B u s i n ess M a n age m enl " Dick " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Account- ing Society 2 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard and Blade 4, 5 — News 2, 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M. 2, 3 (Sec), 4 (Vice-Pres.) 5 — Trustee Scholarship 1; Distinguished Military Student — Sigma Society 5 — Co-op Work Record: Second Xational Bank of Boston — Hobbies: Stock Market, coin and stamp collecting, dancing — Suppressed Desire: Be president of a large company — Best Time at X. U.: R.O.T.C. Ball CHARLES EVERETT CLAFFEY, JR. 35 Hour Street A uburndale, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Chas " — Phi Beta Alpha (Hist. 3) — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List ' 2, 5 — Advertising Club 4, 5 — American Marketing Assn. 5 — Cauldron 5 (Copy Ed.) — News 2, 3 (Rewrite Ed.), -t (News Ed.), 5 (Ed. -in-Chief ) — Class Cabinet 5 — Sigma Society -t, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe — Hobbies: Reading, spelunking, palmistry — Best Time at N. U.: Monday nights at the News office. MORTON LEONARD COHEN 60 Hoi worth u Street Roabury, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Mort " — News 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (Cir. Mgr. ) — Co-op Work Record ' : Hub Mail Advertising Co. — Hobbies: Sports — Suppressed Desire: Decipher the curly-cue marking system — Best Time at N. U.: The N.U.B.A. parties. JOHN K. CONNERS 5 Franklin Court Brookline, Mass. Business Management " Jack " — Football 2, 3 — Track 1 — Camera Club 3 — News 2 — S.A.M. 4, 5 — Service Record: U. S. Army 1948-49, 1950-51 — Co-op Work Record: N. U. Dept. of Business and Economic Research; Curtis Publishing Co.; B.Haig Costume Jewelry — Hobbies: Painting, auto mechanics — Suppressed Desire: To blow up the railroad tracks behind Science Hall — Best Time at N.U.: Afternoons fol- lowing final exams. STANLEY HAROLD CORMAN 23 Halloirell Street Mattapan, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Stan " — Kappa Zeta Phi — Advertising Club 2, 3, 4, 5 (Pres. ) — American Marketing Assn. 3, 4, 5 — Art Club 3, 4 — Murray Memorial Advertising Award — Co-op Work Record: Jordan Marsh Co.; A-l Vacuum Stores — Hobbies: Drawing, baseball. ANTHONY CORTESE 47 Pilling Street Haverhill, Mass. Accounting Accounting Society 4, 5 Sigma Society 4, 5 — Condit Award FRANK CASWELL CRAIG 205 Central Street Millinoeket, Maine Finn nee and Insurance A.F.A. 5 (Yice-Pres.) — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 4, 5 — Co-op Wcrk Record: Louis P. Mott Co.; Paine, Webber, Jackson Curtis — Hobbies: Hunting, fishing. ROBERT FRANKLIN DAGLEY 102 Beechwoad Road East Braintrce, Mass. Accounting " Bob " — Baseball 1 — Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 — Accounting Society 5 — Co-op Work Record: Weymouth Art Leather Co.; M.I.T. — Hobbies: Basketball, baseball, swimming — Best Time at N. U.: Playing basketball for N. U. EDWARD EVERETT DAHILL, 14 Anthony Street South Dartmouth, Mass. Finance and Insurance " Ted " — iV» Epsilon Zeta — Hus-Skiers 3, 4 — Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, 4 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — A.F.A. 3, 4, 5 — News 2, 3, 4 (Circ. Mgr.) Class Cabinet 4 — Junior Prom Committee — Co-op Work Record: Loomis Sayles Co. — Hobbies: Swimming, sailing, firearms — Sup- pressed Desire: To skipper a cargo schooner in the South Pacific — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom, Senior Week. % L DOUGLAS L. DALRYMPLE 11 High Street Ashland, Mass. Business Management " Doug " — Dean ' s List 5 — Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 — S.A.M. — News M.I. P. Award (Basketball )— Co-op Work Record: Mutual Life Insurance Co.; U. S. Army Quartermaster Corps; R. H. Stearns — Hobbies: Sports, music — Suppressed Desire: To beat Harvard — Best Time at N. U.: Morning coffee in the Commons. LOUIS ROBERT DANGELO 15 Ap-pleton Street Watertown, Mass. Business Management " Lou " — Married — Two sons — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — I.R.C. — S.A.M. 4, 5 — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1951-54 — Co-op Work Record: Gibbs Publishing Co. — Hobbies: Athletics, piano, languages — Best Time at N. U.: Graduation. GERALD EARL DAVIDSON :!1 Michigan Avenue Dorchester, Muss. Accounting " Jerry " —Sigma Kappa Psi (Comptroller 4 ) (High Potentates) — Freshman Honor List — Mean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Accounting Society 3, 4 (Sec. ), 5 — Sears B. Condit Award; Richard M. Horwitz Sch I- arship — Sigma Society 5 (Pres. ) — Co-op Work Record: Howard F. Greene; Johnson Decker Co.; Pepperell Mfg. Co. —Hobbies: Music, nature study, sport, literature — Suppressed Desire: To travel — Best Time at N. I ' .: Dean ' s List Dinner at Science Park. ROBERT WALTER DAVIS 175 Rose Hill Way Wahham, Muss. B usiness Management " Bob " — Married — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 4, 5 — I.R.C. 4, 5 — S.A.M. — Service Record: U. S. Army 1952-54 — Co- op Work Record: Davis Aircraft Engineering Co. — Hobby: Photography — Best Time at N. U.: Entrance. JOHN F. DELCOLLIANO 12 Westview Terrace Teaneck, New Jersey Business Management " Big John " — Lehigh University — Baseball 1 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 5 — Husky Key 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Randolph Products — Hobbies: Golf, archery, fishing — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom. DANIEL DOBRO 155 Blue Hill Avenue Milton. Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Danny " — Married — Sigma Kappa Psi — Advertising Club 2, 3, 4, 5 — American Marketing Assn. 2, 3, 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Silver Masque 2, 3, 4 — Choral Society 2, 3 — Co-op Work Record: Wm. Filene Sons; Chandler Co.; H. B. Humphry Co. — Hobbies: Sports, theater. WILLIAM PAUL DOHERTY 204 Spring Avenue Arlington, Muss. Marketing and Advertising " Bill " — Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 (Capt.), 5 (Asst. Mgr. ) — Advertising Club 4, 5 — American Marketing Assn. 4, 5 — Neies 3, 4, 5 — News Alumni Award 5 — Most Improved Player in Hockey 2 — Co- op Work Record: Sanborn Co.; Decatur Hopkins; Boston Herald Traveler — Hobbies: Theatre, sports — Best Time at N. U.: Playing on the team that beat B. C, 3-2 in overtime, Jan. 28, 1952. JOHN THOMAS DONAHUE Boston Baa,! Southboro, Muss. Accounting " Jack " — ' Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — Accounting Society 2, 3, 4, 5 (Treas. ) — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Intra-mural Basketball 5 — Co-op Work Record: Charles W. Rollins; Mass. Civil Defense Agency — Hobbies: Sports, reading — Best Time at N. V.: Junior Prom. i RICHARD WARNER EMERY Bedford Road Carlisle, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Dick " — Hus-Skiers 1, 2 — Choral Society 1, 2, 5 (Pres.) — News 3 — Student Union 2, 3, 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 4. 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard and Blade 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Daggett Chocolate Co.; Jordan Marsh Co. — Hobbies: Summer Cottage, swimming, skiing — Suppressed Desire: Fly rockets to the moon — Best Time at N. U.: Participating in annual musical shows. EUGENE FRANCIS FALLON 11 Belmont Square Somerville, Mass. Business Management " Gene " — Deans List 2, 4, 5 — Husky Key 1, 2, 3 (Treas.) — Class Cabinet 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 4, 5 — S.A.M. 3, 4, 5 (Treas. ) — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co.; Sylvania Electric Products, Inc.; Daggett Chocolate Co. — Sup- pressed Desire: Write a statistics text book — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom. HARRY C. FARNSWORTH 205 Depot Street South Easton, Mass. Marketing and Advertising Phi Comma Pi (Sgt. -at- Arms ) — Football 1, 2, 3, 4 — American Marketing Assn. 5 — Student Council 4 — Class Cabinet 2, 3 — Class Vice-President 3 — Service Record: U. S. Army 1952-54 — Co-op Work Record: Crucible Steel Co. of America — Hobby : Photograph} Best Time at N. U.: Quad Frat Dance, 1954. JOHN BEVERLY FEENEY 195 Lowell Avenue Newtonville, Mass. Business Management " Feen " — Intramural Basketball 5 — Senior Week Committee — S.A.M. — Service Record: U. S. Air Force 1948-49 — Co-op Work Record: Behr-Manning Corp. — Hobbies: Golf, Skiing, bowling — Suppressed Desire: To see Dennis James choke on an Old Gold — Best Time at N. U.: N.U.B.A. functions. ROBERT MAX FICKER 31 Goddard Street Fitchburg, Mass. Accounting " Bob " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3 — Accounting Society 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Independent Lock Mfg. Co. — Hobbies: Dancing, sports, automobiles — Suppressed Desire: To so into business for myself. CAESAR ROBERT FITTANTE 84 Fulton Street Medford, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " C " — Dean ' s List 4, 5 — Advertising Club 4, 5 — American Mar- keting Assn. 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — Charles Hayden Memorial Scholarship 1 — Co-op Work Record: M.K.M. Knitting Mills; Ring Clear Hosiery; Gilchrist Co. — Hobbies: Gardening, Music, handicrafts — Suppressed Desire: To become a world citizen — Best Time at N. U.: Middler Prom. ELWOOD JAMES FOERSTER 63 South Country Road Bellport, L. I., New York Marketing and Advertising " Jim " — ' Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Advertising Club 5 — American Marketing Assn. 5 — Husky Key 1 — I.R.C. 1, 2, 3 (Treas.), 4, 5 (Pres.) —Student Union 1, 2, 3 (Vice-Pres. ), 4 (Pres.), 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 5 — Ford Award — Sigma Society — Co-op Work Record: Batten, Barton, Durstine Osborne, Inc.; Accurate Bushing Co., Inc. — Hobbies: Reading, discussing, gardening, collecting stamps and prints. RAY EDWIN FRYE, JR. 234 First Street Melrose, Mass. Industrial Relations " Bud " — Gamma Phi Kappa — Class Cabinet 1 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 5 — S.A.M. 5 — Class Vice-President 2 — Co-op Work Record: Polaroid Corp.; Jas. Milieu Eng. Co.; Diamond Mfg. Co. — Hobbies: Wrestling, golf, bowling, weight lifting — Suppressed Desire: To see N. U. make one mistake where money is concerned — Best Time at N. U.: Fraternity initiation. JAMES JOSEPH GANCI, JR. 12 Milton Street Attleboro, Mass. Business Management Dean ' s List 4 — Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Capt. ) — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M. — Co-op Work Record: Swank, Inc.; Fred S. Bacon Chemi- cal Research Labs. —Hobbies: Chess .sports — Suppressed Desire: To become extremely wealthy and be able to give my parents all they ever desired in life — Best Time at X. D.: Maine Baseball trip. Sophomore Prom. JOHN JOSEPH GILBODY 71 Fen no Street Quincy, Mass. Business Management " Jack " — Married — Intra-mural Basketball 5 — Football 1, 2 — Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 — R.O.T.C. 1,2 — Co-op Work Record: Traveler ' s Insurance Co. — Hobby: Sports. WILLIAM MICHAEL GOCHIS 59 Everett Street Everett, Mass. Industrial Relations " Gaucho " — Baseball 1 — Football 1, 2, 3, 4 — Track 1 — S.A.M. Co-op Work Record: Market Forge Co.; Sears, Roebuck Co.; Jordan Marsh Co. — Hobbies: Sports, cribbage — Suppressed Desire: To have gone through N. U. without expenses — Best Time at N. U.: After the Coast Guard game, 1951. MILTON GREENFIELD 81 Bernard Street Dorchester, Mass. Account i nt) " Milt " — Sigma Kappa Psi (Comptroller, Scribe ) — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — Accounting Society 3, 4, 5 — Hecht Neighborhood House Scholarship, Edwards Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: John Darmody Accountants, Metcalfe Eddy; Pepperell Mfg. Co. — Hobby: Sports — Sup- pressed Desire: To live in Coral Gables, Florida — Best Time at N. U.: Graduation. JAMES ARTHUR GREENWOOD 28 Mount Vernon Street Arlington. Mass. Accounting 5 — Co-op Work Record: Sanborn s: Target shooting, stamp collecting. " Jim " — Accounting Society 4, Co.; Staples Coal Co. — Hobbie RICHARD S. GRINNELL 5 Alden Court Delmar, New Jersey Finance and Insurance " Dick " — Nv Epsilon Zeta (Scribe 4 ] (Pres. ) 5. Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 3, 4 FRANK GULARTE, JR. 145 Ilemenicay Street Boston, Mass. Business Management Married — Camera Club 4 — Radio Club 4 — Student Union 4 — S.A.M. 3, 4 — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1942-46 — Co-op Work Record: Melfore Machine Co.. Inc. — Hobbies: Sportscars, radio, photography, music. JOHN ANDREWS HALEY 4 Pratt Place Reading, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Jack " —Gamma Phi Kappa (Treas. 3 ) — Advertising Club 5 — American Marketing Assn. 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. Academic Award — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern University; B. B. Chemical Co. — Hobbies: Automo- biles, firearms, camping — Suppressed Desire: To cut a week of school — Best Time at N. U.: Scabbard and Blade Christinas Dance, 1954. ROBERT MARTIN HAMPE in? Gainesville Road Dedham, Mass. ' usi n ess il a naye in e n I " Bob " — Dean ' s List 4 — R.O.T.C. 1, 2 — Band 1, ' 2, :S (Council) 4 (Pres.), 5 — S.A.M. 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Second National Hank of Boston — Hobbies: Music, bowling, automobiles — Best Time at N. I ' .: Trip to Maine with the Band 1951. DONALD WILLIAM HANSCOM Main Street Bolton, Mass. Accounting " Don " -- Hus-Skiers 2, 3, 4, 5 — Accounting Society 3, 4, 5 — Service Record: U. S. Marine Corps 1947-1950 — Co-op Work Re- cord: Saco-Lowell Shops — Hobbies: Skiing, golfing, swimming — Suppressed Desire: To be rich — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom, N.U.B.A. dances. C. LEE HANSON 3 Greenville Street Roxbury, Mass. Finance and Insurance Freshman Honor List — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 4, 5 — A.F.A. 2, 3, 4 (Sec.), 5 — A.F.C.A. 3, 4 (Sec.), 5 — Co-op Work Record: Paine, Webber, Jackson Curtis; Louis P. Mott Co.; Godfrey L. Cabot, Inc. — Hobby: Photography — Best Time at N. XL: The party after the Junior Prom at Tom Cahill ' s. RALPH PETER HAYDEN 137 Staniford Street Auburndale, Mass. Industrial Relations Phi Beta Alpha — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Hus-Skiers 3, 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 4 — S.A.M. — Sigma Award; Charles Hayden Memorial Scholarship; Travelli Fund Scholarship; Condit Award 5; Hodgkinson Award 5 — Sigma Society 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co.; Boston Traveler; Black and Webster, Inc. — Hobbies: Golf, basketball — Best Time at N. U.: N.U.B.A. parties. JAMES JOSEPH HENAGHAN 51 Orchard Street Medford, Mass. Industrial Relations " Jim " — Intra-mural Basketball 5 — S.A.M. — Co-op Work Record: National Co.; Dagget Chocolate Co. — Hobbies: Fishing, sports — Suppressed Desire: To be a millionaire — Best Time at N. LT.: Grad- ARTHUR RICHARD HERSUM 177 Pari,- Street Newton, Mass. Industrial Relations " Herk " — Phi Beta Alpha 4 (Social Ch. ), 5 (Pres. ) — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Rifle Club 5 — I.F.C. 4, 5 (Sec.-Treas. ) — News 2, 3 (Circ. Man. ) — Class Cabinet 4, 5 — Junior Prom Committee — Senior Week Committee — S.A.M. — Co-op Work Record: Associ- ated Industries of Mass.; H. A. Johnson Co. — Best Time at N. U.: Fraternity initiations. JAMES ROBERT HOLLAND 70 Pouers Street Needham, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Jim " — Basketball 1, 3 — Advertising Club 2, 3, 4, 5 — American Marketing Assn. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Sutherland- Abbott; Cypress Hardward; Raymond ' s, Inc. — Suppressed Desire: To be able to understand the " Coons System of Curly-Cue Grading. " — Best Time at N. U.: Colby-Bates basketball trip 19.53. DONALD ALBERT HOPKINS Bradley Terrace Brattleboro, Vermont Accounting " Don " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 4 — Accounting Society 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: United Shoe Machinery Corp. — Hobbies: Photography, skiing. " Dick " - Club 1,2 Pres. ), 5 — Sigma ard, Inc. Prom. RICHARD EVERETT HOUGHTON 31 Corona Street Dorchester, Mass. Finance and Insurance Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Yacht .„ 4 — News 3, 4 — Class Cabinet 3 — A.F.A. 2, 3, 4 (Vice- (Pres. ) — Dean ' s List Award 2, 3, 4; Condit Award 3, 4, 5 Society 4, 5 (Pres.) — Co-op Work Record: Eaton How- — Hobbies: Sailing, golf — Best Time at N. U.: Junior WILLIAM THOMAS HOULIHAN 15 Glenburn Road Arlington, Mass. Marketing and Advertising Football 1 — Advertising Club 2, 3, 4, keting Assn. 2, 3, 4, 5 ( Vice-Pres. Record: Dun Bradstreet. (Pres.) - — S.A.M. American Mar- — Co-op Work Co-op Work Record: Hathawi CHARLES EDWARD HUNTER 44 Creighton Street Cambridge, Moss. Business Management Bakeries. ROBERT RANDALL HYLEN 25 Lindbergh Avenue Needham, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Bob " — Phi Beta Alpha 3 (Soc. Ch.), 4 (Treas.) — Inter-fraternity Sports 2, 3, 4, 5 — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 4 — Hus- Skiers 1, 2, 3, 4. 5 — Advertising Club 4, 5 — American Marketing Assn. 4, 5 — Tennis Club 1 — Cauldron 4, 5 — News 2, 3, 4 (Off. Man.), 5— Student Council 2, 3, 4, 5 (Pres. ) — Rifle Club 5 — I.F.C. 5 — Co-op Work Record: New England Decorator ' s Supply Co. — Hobbies: Golf, skiing — Suppressed Desire: To make a mini- ature golf course on the quadrangle — Best Time at N. U.: Frater- nitv initiation: Winter Carnival. HENRY JOSEPH IGO 2575 Mass. Avenue Cambridge, Mass. Business Management " Hank " — Baseball 1, 2 — R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M. — Co- op Work Record: Warren Brothers Co.; R. H. Stearns — Hobbies: Baseball, swimming, parties — Suppressed Desire: To become a mil- lionaire-beachcomber in Marshfield — Best Time at N. U.: Football and R.O.T.C. dances, U. of Mass. football game, 1954. GERARD WILLIAM JEPSON 04 Houston Avenue Milton. Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Jep " — Basketball 1 (Mgr.) — Advertising Club 2, 3, 4, 5 — Amer- ican Marketing Assn. 2, 3, 4, 5 (Pres. ) — Silver Masque 2 — Class Cabinet 4, 5 — Class Secretary 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Gil- christ Co.; Paine Furniture Co. DAVID SCOTT JOHNSON 15 II ill dale Road South Weymouth, Muss. Accounting •Dave " —Sigma Phi Alpha 5 (Vice-Pres.) — Hus-Skiers 2, 3, 4, 5 — Accounting Society 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Weymouth Art Leather Corp.; John Irving Shoe Corp. — Hobbies: Skiing, swim- ming, hockey — Suppressed Desire: A summer vacation at Cape Cod — Best Time at N. U.: Football Dance (1953). CHARLES SHERMAN JOHNSTON 48 Barclay Street Lowell, Mass. Finance and Insurance " Chuck " — News 2, 3, 4, 5 (Sports Ed. ) — A.F.A. 2, 3, 4, 5 (Treas. 1 — Forum for Living Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: Travelers Insurance Co.; Boston Mutual Life Insurance Co.; The Nashua Corp. — Hobbies: Golf, dancing, reading — Suppressed Desire: To be a coordinator — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom. Crash parking lot at N. U.: Attending NICHOLAS KARNAKIS 72 Collage Park Road Winthrop, Mass. Marketing arid Advertising " Nick " — Hus-Skiers 3, 4, 5 — Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 — American Marketing Assn. 3, 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — Intra-mural Basketball 5 (Mgr. ) — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe — Hobbies: Automo- biles, boating, hunting — Suppressed Desire: gates with a 10-ton Mack truck — Best Ti: M A Club banquets. ATTILA A. KASSAY 1880 Beacon Street Brookline, Mass. Business Management University of Budapest; University of Innsbruck — Freshman Honor List — Deans List 2, 3, 4, 5 — I.R.C. 1,5 — S.A.M. — Trustees Scholarship; Sears B. Condit Award 5 — Sigma Society — Co-op Work Record: H. A. Johnson Co. - Hobbies: Traveling, tennis, swimming. ROY ARTHUR KELLEY 42 School Street Waltham, Mass. Accounting " Kel-Roy " -— Hockey 2, 3, 4, 5 — Accounting Society 3, 4, 5 — A.C.S. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Co.; Cedric G. Chase - Hobbies: Hockey, golf, tennis — Suppressed Desire: Becoming a General in the Marine Corps — Best time at N. U. : Beating Boston College in overtime in 1952-53 Hockey Season. EDWARD JOSEPH KELLY 40 Eleanor Street. Chelsea, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Eddie " — Phi Beta Alpha (Vice-Pres. 4) — I.F.C. 3, 4 (Vice-Pres. ) - I nter- Fraternity Sports 2, 3, 4, 5 — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Ad- vertising Club 2, 3, 4, 5 — American Marketing Assn. 2, 3, 4, 5 — News 2, 3 (Circ. Mgr. ), 4, 5 — Ride Club 5 — Sigma Society — Co- op Work Record: Container Corp. of America; Esso Standard Oil Co. — Hobbies: Reading, swimming, horseback riding - Suppressed Desire: To own a racoon coat — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom. MELVIN BERNARD LANGBORT 34 Greendale Road Mattapan, Mass. Accounting " Mel " - Kappa Zeta Phi — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3, 4 - - Intramural Basketball 5 — Football 1 (Mgr. ) — Accounting Society 2, 3, 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 4, 5 — Military Ball Committee 4 — Interfraternity Council 3 — Sigma Society — Co-op Work Record: A. B.C. Vending Corp.; First Na- tional Bank of Boston; Ultrasonic Corp. — Hobbies: Bowling-, boat- ing — Best Time at N. U. : Fraternity Pledge Walk. LEO THOMAS LAPRADE 393 Loicell Street Lawrence, Mass. Industrial Relations Married — One son — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 (Cadet Colonel) — Scab- bard Blade 4, 5 — Sons of the American Revolution Medal — Dis- tinguished Military Student — Service Record: U. S. Marine Corps 1941-47 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co.; Davis Aircraft Eng. Co. — Hobbies: Cooking, eating, sleeping — Suppressed De- sire: To put an axe through the Common ' s Juke Box — Best Time at N. U.: Football Games, Annual Military Ball. JOHN FRANCIS LEARNED 78 Hancock Street Maiden, Mass. Busin ess Management " Jack " — Phi Beta Alpha (Vice-Pres. 4, 5) — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — News 2, 3, 4, 5 (Cir. Man.) — Rifle Club 5 — S.A.M. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Sigma Society 5 — Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Co.; Container Corp. of America. RICHARD LEO LEBEL 22 Prospect Street Beverly, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " LTke " — Hus-Skiers 2, 3, 5 — Advertising Club 4, 5 — American Marketing Assn. 5 — Co-op Work Record: John Donnelly Sons; Sylvania Electric Co.; Boston Globe — Hobby: Sports — Suppressed Desire: To lead Billy May ' s orchestra for one chorus of " Lean Baby " Best Time at N. U.: Carnival Week. WILLIAM EDGAR LEE (i8 Lindall Street Danvers, Mass. Business Management Nu Epsilon Zeta — Hus-Skiers 2 (Treas. ), 3 (Pres. ), 4, 5 — Yacht Club 4, 5 — Ski Team 2, 3, 4, 5 (Capt. ) —Thompson Ski Trophy 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: CBS Hytron; Lee Electric Products Co. — Hobbies: Skiing, sailing — Suppressed Desire: To have a non- alcoholic drink — Best Time at N. L T .: Winter Carnival. LEON LENICK 225 Washington Avenue Chelsea, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Lee " — Kappa Zeta Phi — I.F.C. 2, 3 — Track 1, 2 — Yacht Club 1,2 — Advertising Club 2, 3, 4, 5 — American Marketing Assn. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Investment Society 5 — News 1 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 4, 5 — S.A ' .M. — Co-op Work Record: Raymond ' s Dept. Store; Boston Herald Traveler; Charles M. Cox Co. — Hob- bies: Golf, investing, chess — Best Time at N. U.: Freshman Prom, fraternity affairs. BENJAMIN HERBERT LEVINE 55 Maverick Street Chelsea, Mass. Business Management " Ben " — Kappa Zeta Phi — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — Silver Masque 4, 5 — — Band 1, 2, 3 — Choral Society 3 — S.A.M. — Co-op Work Record: Fuller Brush Co.; Northeastern University Dept. of Business and Economic Research; John Hancock Life Insurance Co. — Hobbies: Trumpet, Softball, swimming — Suppressed Desire: To write a sym- phony — Best Time at N. U.: Pledging for K.Z.P. LAWRENCE RICHARD LEWIS 14 Strathmore Road Brookline, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Larry " — Advertising Club 2, 3, 4, 5 — American Marketing Assn. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Tennis Club 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Paine ' s Furniture Co.; R. H. Stearns Co. — Hobbies: Tennis, squash — Suppressed Desire: To be the best tennis player in the U. S. A. — Best Time at N. U.: The 5- week summer terms. ROY KENNETH LINDGREN 270 W overly Avenue Watertown, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Swede " — Hus-Skiers 2, 3, 4 — Track 1, 2, 3 — Yacht Club 3, 4 (Vice-Corn.) — Co-op Work Record: Bonwit Teller; Mass. State Planning Board; Trimount Clothing Co. — Hobbies: Sports, travel- ing — Best Time at N. L T .: Junior Prom. ROGER MARTIN MACARTHUR Willow Street Fayville, Mass. Accounting " Mac " — Married — One son — Baseball 1 — Hus-Skiers 2, 3 — Accounting Society 2, 3, 4, 5 — Camera Club 3, 4 - - R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — Co-op Work Record: Lahey Clinic — Hobby: Clarinet — Sup- pressed Desire: Get an " A " in Accounting — Best Time at N. V .: Hus- Skier Winter Carnival of 1953. WILLIAM S. MADDEN 76 Prichard Avenue Somerville, Mass. Industrial Relations " Bill " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — S.A.M. 3, 4 — Sears B. Condit Award 5 — Sigma Society 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: United Business Service; E. F. Hutton Co.; New England Hospital — Hobbies: Swimming, bowding — Suppressed Desire: To throw the Common ' s juke box through the window — Best Time at N. L. : Junior Prom. JAMES ARTHUR MAGENNIS 18 Benvenue Street Wellesley, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Jim " — Advertising Club 2, 3, 4, 5 — American Marketing Assn. 2, 3, 4 (Pres.), 5 — Huskey Key 2 — N. U. Representative to " Ad- vertising Week " , New York 1953 — Service Record: U. S. Air Force 1950-52 — Co-op Work Record: J. Walter Thompson Co.; Pet Milk Co.; Boston Herald-Traveler — Hobbies: Photography and girls. ? j|» j0Qk ||WBjp ROBERT ERWIN MARCUS 170 Brookline Street Chestnut Hill, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Bob " — Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 4, 5 — Yacht Club 1, 4 — News 1, 2 — Service Record: U. S. Navy 1951-53 — Co-op Work Record: J. Wal- ter Thompson Co.; Marcus Window Display Service — Hobbies: Drawing, writing, camping, skiing. EDWARD FRANCIS MARK !)( Chandler Street Arlington, Mass. H ii sin ess Management Bridgewater State Teachers College — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Hus-Skiers 3, 4 — American Marketing Assn. 4, 5 — Tennis Club 3, 4 — S.A.M. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Re- cord: Hardware Mutual Casualty Ins. Co.; Sanborn Co. — Hobbies: Tennis, golf — Best Time at N. 0.: Prof. Reynold ' s English classes, convocations, lunch hours. CHARLES WALLACE MARTIN 37 School Street Weston, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Charlie " — Phi Beta Alpha — Advertising Club 1, 2, 3, 4 — Ameri- can Marketing Assn. 1, 2, 3 (Treas.) — Camera Club 3 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — Husky Key 2, 3, 4 — Silver Masque 1, 2, 3, 5 — Cauldron 2, 3, 4 (Bus. ' Mgr.), 5 (Ed.-in-Chief ) — News 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Watch City Electric Co.; J. Walter Thompson Co.; Fuller Brush Co. — Hobbies: Eating, sleeping, spending money — Suppressed Desire: Be head chef at Durgin Park ' s — Best Time at N. U.: Park Social Club affairs. ROBERT ERIC MATTSON 7(i Srhmi! Street Smith Barre, Vermont Accounting Married — Evansville College — Phi Beta Alpha — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Accounting Society 2, 3 ( Vice-Pres. ), 4, (Pres. ), 5 — Art Club 2, 3, 4 — Silver Masque 3, 4 (Bus. Mgr. ), 5 — Alpha Psi Omega — Student Council 5 — Class Cabinet 1,4 — Freshman Dance Committee — Prom Committee 4, 5 — College of B. A. Scholarship — Sigma Society — Service Record: U. S. Army 1947-48, 1950-51 — Co-op W r ork Record: James S. Gove; General Foods Corp. — Hobbies: Art, reading — Suppressed Desire: Drink- ing a keg of beer on the steps of Richards Hall — Best Time at N. U.: Hallowe ' en Party at Weston Inn. LEONARD PHILIP MILO, JR. 44 Cottage Street East Boston, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Lenny " — Advertising Club 4, 5 — American Marketing Assn. 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe — Hobbies: Handicrafts, sports, dancing — Suppressed Desires: To fly faster than sound - Best Time at N. U.: Middler Prom. ANTHONY P. MONDELLO 13 Brooks Park Medford, Mass. Finance and Insurance " Mondy " — Hus-Skiers 4, 5 — Camera Club 3 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — Investment Society 2, 3, 4 — News 4 — A.F.A. 5 — Co-op Work Record: Employer ' s Liability Co.; Sanborn Co. — Hobbies: Parties — Suppressed Desire: To get all " A ' s " — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom. GREGORY JOHN MONTALBANO 9 Cypress Street Framingham, Mass. Industrial Relations " Monty " — S.A.M. 4, 5 — Senior Week Committee — Co-op Work Record: Travelers Insurance Co.; John Irving Shoe Corp.; Dennison Mfg. Co. — Hobbies: Bowling, tennis. RICHARD ADAMS MORTON, JR. (i Merrimack Street Concord, New Hampshire B it siness Ma n a gem en I " Dick " — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — S.A.M. — Co-op Work Record: N. U. Bureau of Business Economic Research; New England Confection- ary Co. Inc. — Hobbies: Music, gormandizing — Suppressed De- sire: To get a job that pays money instead of only experience — Best Time at N. U.: Interviewing textile workers while on Co-op. JAMES JOSEPH MURPHY 99 Ashland Si reel Maiden, Moss. Marketing and Advertising " Murf " — Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 — American Marketing Assn. 3, 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 1 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Fuller Brush Co.; Carter Ink Co.; Sylvania Electric Product Co. — Best Time at N. U.: Freshman Prom. JAMES WALTER MURPHY 16 Otis Street Lowell, Mass. Business Management " Muffins " — Massachusetts Institute of Technology — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Philosophy Club 1 — S.A.M. — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co.; Nashua Corp.; Heinze Electric Co. — Hobbies: Dancing, swimming — Suppressed Desire: Be able to polish off a case of Haffenreffer in one night without get- ting intoxicated! — Best Time at N. U.: July 4th weekend on Cape Cod. WILLIAM FRANCIS MURPHY 347 Albemarle Road Newtonville, Mass. Accounting " Bill " — Newton Junior College — Football 1, 2, 3, 4 — Accounting Society 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co. — Hobbies: Money, sports, girls — Suppressed Desire: To make the Dean ' s List — Best Time at N. U.: Beating Brandeis, 48-6, in 1953. PAUL WARREN NEEDLE 107 Chubbuck Street Quincy, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Noodle " — Phi Beta Alpha — Dean ' s List 2, 4 — Cauldron 4, .5 (Sports Ed. ) — News 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (Sports Ed. ) — Senior Week Com- mittee — Inter-Fraternity Sports 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: John Irving Shoe Co.; Boston Globe; Stop Shop — Hobbies: Sports, music, philately — Suppressed Desire: To walk out of a final before anyone else — Best Time at N. U.: Park Social Dance after Brandeis football rout, 19.53. WILLIAM FREDERICK NEIL 12 Batchelder Street Melrose, Mass. Accounting " Bill " — Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5 — Accounting Society 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — Class Cabinet 2, 3, 4 — Class Treasurer 2 — Co-op Work Record: Haskins Sells; H. Werner Sons Co. — Hobbies: Golf, swimming, fishing — Suppressed Desire: Be a bird dog, not a kennel fed dog — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom. FRANCIS EDWARD NETT 34 Kilby Street tVoburn, Mas.,. Accounting " Fran " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 4 — Accounting Society 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Eastern Bakers ' Supply Co., Inc. — Hobbies: Baseball, bowling — Suppressed Desire: To get Hid ' , on a History of Civ. exam — Best Time at N. U.: Graduation Day. JOHN WILLIAM NOLAN 74 Federal Street N ewburyport, Mass. Accounting " Jack " — Basketball 1 — Accounting Societv 2, 3, 4, 5 — Chess Club 3, 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 3, 4, 5 — Rifle Club 5 — Intra-mural Basketball 5 (Capt.) — Class Cabinet 5 — Co-op Work Record: Warren Bros. Co.: Naumkeag Steam Cot- ton Co.; Northeastern University — Hobbies: Sports, chess, stamps, coins — Suppressed Desire: To become treas.urer-controller of a large corporation — Best Time at N. U.: All times. ROBERT DOMINIC O ' BRIEN 25 Rutland Street Brockton, Mass. Industrial Relations " Bob " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 - Hus-Ski- ers 3, 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M. 4 (Vice-Pres.) —Sigma Society — Co-op Work Record: American Biltrite Rubber Co.; Cambridge Thermionic Corp. — Hobbies: Coif, basketball, dancing — Best Time at N. U.: N.U.B.A. parties. jft » , RICHARD ALBIN OLLEN 232 Northup Street Cranston, Rhode Island Finance an d Insurance " Dick " - PhiGamma Pi (Vice-Pres. 5) — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4 (Capt. ) — Track 1, 2, 3, 4 (Capt.) — Husky Highlighters 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 4, 5 — Investment Society 4, 5 — Cauldron 5 — News 5 — Athlete of the Year 4 — Sigma Society 5 — Co-op Work Record: John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co.; United Investment Council; United Business Service — Suppressed Desire: Hitch-hike around the world — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom; winning 1954 Indoor IC4A Championship. FRANCIS JAMES O ' ROURKE 36(i Hancock Street South Braintree, Mass. Industrial Relations " F.J. " — I.R.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — Rifle Club 5 — S.A.M. 5 — Co-op Work Record: Fisher-Pierce Sigma Co. — Hunt- Spiller Mfg. Corp.; Plymouth Rubber Co. — Hobbies: Aviation, fire- arms, parties at X.E.T. T. — Suppressed Desire: To win a certain $5 bet with Hank Igo and Bob Witham, giving them odds — Best Time at X. U.: " Operation Thump (Phase I), " middler year. OWEN JOHN O ' ROURKE, JR. 10 Moultrie Street Dorchester, Mass. Business Management " Sandy " — Baseball 2, 5 — Advertising Club 5 — American Mar- keting Assn. 5 — S.A.M. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Chamber of Commerce; Wm. Filene ' s — Hobbies: Baseball, fishing, night-life, cribbage — Suppressed Desire: To be a millionaire and re- tire before twenty-five — Best Time at N. U.: Varsity baseball trip to Maine; Park Social Club dances. THOMAS ALOYSIUS O ' SHEA 35 Winter Street Arlington, Mass. Industrial Relations " Tom " — Hus-Skiers 3, 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — News 1, 2, 3 — S.A.M. 2, 3, 4 (Treas. ), 5 — Co-op Work Record; Sanborn Co. — Hobbies: Auto racing, golf, dancing — Best Time at X. U.: X.U.B.A. parties. JOHN EDWARD O ' SULLIVAN 27 i Boylston Street Brockton, Mass. Business Management " Jack " — Stonehill College — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2 — S:A.M. — Service Record: U. S. Army 1945-48 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co.; Shawmut Woolen Mills — Hob- bies: Swimming, dancing, mountain climbing — Suppressed Desire: To own the Mill Hill Club in Hvannis — Best Time at X. U.: Senior Week. CONSUELO GIL PEREZ 319 Beacon Street Boston, Mass. Industrial Relations " Gil " — Married — Student Union 3 — S.A.M. Edward Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: United Business Service; Pistorino Co., Inc.; Sanborn Co. — Hobby: Bowling — Best Time at X. U.: Sophomore Prom. RICHARD LESLIE PHELPS 23 Hooker Street Medford, Mass. Business Management " Dick " — Dean ' s List 5 — Yacht Club 1, 2, 3 — S.A.M. 4, 5 — Sen- ior Week Committee — Co-op Work Record: Boston Woven Hose and Rubber Co. — Hobbies: Motor boating, golf, sailing, baseball, reading — Suppressed Desire: To conduct an Hydrogen bomb test with X. U. the chief target — Best Time at X. U.: Junior Prom. ROBERT WHITMARSH PIERCE East Main Street Norton, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Bob " — Dean ' s List 2, 4 — Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 — American Marketing Assn. 3, 4, 5 — News 1 — S. A. M. — Co-op Work Record: Wright Arch Preserver Shoe Co.; Blackstone Valley Gas Electric Co.; Stone Webster Service Corp. — Hobbies: Music, photography, archaeology — Suppressed Desire: To run over a parking lot attendant — Best Time at X. U. : Junior Prom. ALLAN CURTIS PREBLE, JR. 77 Elm Street Framingham, Mass- Accounting " " Curt " - Hus-Skiers 2, 3, 4, 5 (Sec. ) — Accounting Society 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Babson ' s Reports, Inc.; Charles W. Rollins — Hobbies: Skiing, tennis — Best Tiaie at X. I ' .: Winter Carnivals. ROBERT J. PULEIO 5 Riverview Avenue North Billerica, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Bob " — Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5 ■ - Hus-Skiers 2, 3, 4 - Advertising Club 2, 3, 4, 5 (Yic2-Prcs. ) — American Marketing Assn. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: J. Walter Thompson Co.; American Automobile Assn. — Hobbies: Skiing, hunting — Suppressed Desire: To wrestle with Prof. Blackmail — Best Time at N. U.: June 17, 1955. FELIX VINCENT PUOPOLO 160 Salem Street Boston, Mass. Finance and Insurance " ' Pop " — A.F.A. 3, 4, 5 -- Class Cabinet 5 — Senior Week Commit- tee — Co-op Work Record: United Business Service; Sanborn Co.; Weston W. Adams Co. — Hobbies: Fencing, dancing, boxing, theatre — Suppressed Desire: To travel all of Europe, especially Italy — Best Time at X. U.: Senior Week. CONRAD DENIS RACINE 2328 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, Mass- Industrial Relations " Connie " - Married — Sig Phi Alpha (Pres. i) — Dean ' i List 4 — Hus-Skiers 3, 4, 5 — Yacht Club 2, 3 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — Stu- dent Council 2, 3, 4 (Yice-Pres. ), 5 (Pres. ) — Class Cabinet 2, 3, 4 — Prom Committee 2, 3, 4 — S.A.M. 5 — Co-op Work Record: Cam- bridge Thermionic Corp.; Jordan Marsh Co. - Hobbies: Music, sailing, golf — Suppressed Desire: To fly jets — Best Time at X. U.; Senior Week. EDWARD G. RAHAI I 2 Abbey Road (Juincy, Mass. Marketing and Advertising Marketing Club 4, Fletcher Award. 4, 5 — American Marketing R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M. HARYEY RAVECH 3 Charlotte Street Dorchester, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Archie " — Advertising Club 2, 3 Assn. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Tennis Club 1, 2 - 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe; Filene ' s; Houghton Mif Hiu Co. —Hobbies: Tennis, golf, stamps - Suppressed Desire dv. Manager — Best Time at X. U.: Graduation Day. JAMES HAROLD RE1NOLD 113 Vale Street Medford, Mass. Accounting " Jim " — Accounting Society 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Federal Milk Administrator; National Casket Co. — Hobbies: Soft- ball, bowling, hockey - Best Time at X. U.: Talking to my co- ordinator. LOUIS ANTHONY RICCI 5 Drake Place East Boston, Mass. Accounting " Lou " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Accounting Society 2, 3, 4 (Treas. ), 5 — Camera Club 2 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 - - Silver Masque 4 — Charles Hayden Memorial Scholarship — Aca- demic Achievement Award (R.O.T.C.) —Sigma Society 5 (Treas.) — Co-op Work Record: First National Bank of Boston; I ltrasonic Corp.; American Machine Foundry — Hobbies : Baseball, bowl- ing — Best Time at X. U.: Senior Week. FRANCIS PETER RIGOLI 770 Lincoln Street Waltham, Mass. Accounting " Fran " — Married — Two daughters — Accounting Society 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Mobecco Inc.; Employers ' Croup Ins. Corp. Ltd. — Hobbies: Fishing, observing nature and people — Suppressed Desire: Accountancy — Best Time at N. U.: Talking to my co-ordinator. RICHARD FRANCIS ROACH 172 Squanto Road Quincy, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Dick " — Baseball 1 — Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 — American Mar- keting Assn. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Mason-Neilan Co.: Paine Furniture Co. — Hobbies: Golf, sailing — Suppressed De- sire: To find the origin and definition of a cur-le-cue - - Best Time at N. I .: Intramural basketball and Friday of final week. ROBERT JAMES ROBERTO 53 Pari; Street Arlington, Mass. Industrial Relations " Bucky " — Nu Epsilon Zeta — Baseball 1 — Fo Hus-Skiers 3, 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — S.A.M. 4, 5 — cord: B. B. Chemical Co.; Sanborn Co.; Middlesex Hobbies: Fishing, golf, pool, hunting - the Lobster Claw — Best Time at N. U. Senior Week. WILFRED JOSEPH ROMAN 123 Highland Avenue Xeedham Heights, Mass. Finance and Insurance " Willie " — Hockey 2, 3 — Investment Society 3, 4 — Service Record: U. S. Air Force 1946-49 — Co-op Work Record: Edward C. Roman; Wellesley National Bank; Freeman Art Co. — Hobbies: Coif, good novels. otball 1, 2, 3 — Co-op Work Re- Products Co. — Suppressed Desire: To own 1953 Quad Frat Dance and RICHARD EDWARD ROSE 223 Essex Street Melrose, Mass. Accounting " Dick " — Married — Cross Country 1 — Track 1, 2, 3 — Account- ing Society 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: John P. Darmody Co.; Dickie Raymond, Inc. — Hobbies: Golf, bowling, fishing — Best Time at N. U.: 1953 IC4A Outdoor Meet. RICHARD NORMAN ROUNDS 357 South Street Hyannis, Mass. Accounting " Dick " — Married — Dean ' s List 4 — Accounting Society 4, 5 — Rifle Club 5 — Co-op Work Record: Cape Vineyard Electric Co. — Hobbies: Sailing, fishing, photography — Suppressed Desire: Buy an auxiliary ketch and just cruise around — Best Time at N. U.: Senior Week. WALTER FRANCIS SABROSKI 11 Highland Terrace Needham Heights, Mass. Finance and Insurance Married — One daughter — Boston University — Hockey 2, 3 — Investment Society 3, 4, 5 (Pres. ) — Service Record: U. S. Air Force 1946-49 — Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Electric Co.; Gregstrom Corp. — Hobby: Horse racing. JOHN BERNARD SAVUKINAS 35 Warren Street X e wb uryport, M a ss . Marketing and Advertising " Jack " — Yacht Club 1, 2 — Advertising Club 2, 3, 4, 5 — American Marketing Assn. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Investment Society 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 4. 5 — S.A.M. — Co-op Work Record: Herald-Traveler ; Sylvania Electric Co. — Hobbies: Stock market, tennis, chess — Best Time at N. U.: R.O.T.C. Ball, 1953. SIMON SCHILLER 22 James Street Brookline, Mass. Business Management " Si " - Dean ' s List 3 — Yacht Club 1 — S. A.M. — Co-op Work Record: Raymond ' s, Inc.; H. G. Schiller Co. ALAN DAVID SCHMALZ 25 Mt. Vernon Ave. Xeedham, Mass. Business Management " Berger " — Brown University — Phi Beta Alpha 4, .5 (Treas.) — Freshman Honor List - Dean ' s List 2, 3, 5 — News 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 2 — Golf Team 3, 4 — S.A.M. 3, 4, 5 — Sigma Society — Co-op Work Record: Henry V. Perry; American Associates; Denni- son Mfg. -— Hobbies: Golf, Masonry work -- Suppressed Desire: Win the Women ' s Open using a left-handled pogo stick — Best Time at N. D.: P.B.A. Masquerade Ball at Weston Inn. HERBERT KARL SEDLIN 25 Mendum Street Roslindale, Mass. Accounting Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Accounting So- ciety 3, 4, 5 — Sears B. Condit Award 4 — Sigma Society — Service Record: L " . S. Army 1944-46 — Co-op Work Record: Mosely Mail Order List Service — Hobbies: Painting, writing. JOHN FRANCIS SENATORE 390 Langley Road Newton Centre, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Big John ' ' — Married - Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 — American Marketing Assn. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Jordan Marsh: Filene ' s Sons; National Tag Label Corp. — Hobbies: Sports, photography — Suppressed Desire: To be able to park in the parking lot — BestTime at N. U.: Meetings at the Claw. KARL RICHARD SHAW 12 Strath more Road Brookline, Mass. Marketing and Advertising Dean ' s List 4 — News 1, 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 4, 5 — Military Ball Committee 4, 5 — Rifle Club 5 — Co-op Work Record: Carbert Mfg. Co.; Ken Products; Karl Shaw Portrait Studio — Hobby: Color photography — Best Time at N.U.: Co-op. KENNETH JAMES SHELDON 189 Play stead Road Medford, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Ken " — Advertising Club 5 — American Marketing Club 3, 4, 5 — Camera Club 2 — Husky Key 1 — Co-op Work Record: Cambridge Gas Electric Company; Boston Globe — Hobbies: Sports - To get a seat in the N. U. Lunch Room at 12:00 o ' clock - Best Time at N. U.: Senior Week. ALLAN SILVERMAN 285 Massachusetts Avenue Arlington, Mass. Accounting Married -Accounting Society i — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: New Notions; Moria Combing Co.; Chandler ' s — Hobby: Photography Best Time at N. 1 " .: Graduation. DANIEL CHARLES SILVERMAN 38 Hopewell Road Hyde Park, Mass. Accounting " Danny " — Married - Sigma Kappa Psi — Accounting Society 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Mutual of Omaha; Wm. Filene ' s; Syl- vania Electric — Hobbies: Sports, bridge — Suppressed Desire: To travel around the world - - Best Time at N. U.: Senior Week. S. PAUL SIMONS ' 2 SO Humboldt A re line Roibury, Mass. Accounting Sigma Kappa Psi — Silver Masque 3, 4, .3. ROBERT GALLOWAY SISSON, JR. 39 Highland Avenue Arlington, Mas,: Industrial Relations " Hob " -Yacht Club 1. ' 2. 3 - S.A.M. .5 -Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Co. — Hobbies: Automobiles, bowling, yachting. THOMAS F. SLINEY, JR. ' 218 Beech Street Belmont, Mass. Accounting Accounting Society 5 — News 2, 3 — Veterans of Foreign Wars Scholarship; Charles Hayden Memorial Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: National Casket Co.; NEGEA Service Corp.; Stop Shop Inc. — Hobby: Sports. MELVIN D. SLOVIN 3 John Street Methuen, Mass. Business Management " Mel " — Advertising Club 3, 4 — American Marketing Assn. 2, 3, 4. .5 -- R.O.T.C. ' 2, 3 — S.A.M. — Co-op Work Record: Wm. Filene ' s and Sons — Hobbies: Golf, vacationing — Suppressed Desire: Teach statistics at N. U. DONALD MILLER SMITH 98 Greene Street North Andover, Mass. Business Management S.A.M. 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Lumbermans Mutual Casualty Insurance Co.; Loyalty Group Insurance Co.; C. D. Glennie Ice Cream Inc. — Hobbies: Hunting, bowling, stamps. — Suppressed Desire: He a millionaire. RICHARD LEO SMITH 57 Sherwood Road Medford, Mass. Business Management " Smitty " — Intra-mural Basketball 5 - Senior Week Committee — S.A.M. — Co-op Work Record: Travelers Insurance Co.; New England Confectionery Co.; Boston Woven Hose and Rubber Co. — Hobbies: Bowling, dancing girls — Suppressed Desire: To own a liar- room — Best Time at N. U.: Vacation. LOUIS SNYDER 174 Woodrow A ten lie Dorchester, Mass. Accounting " Lou " — Married — Freshman Honor List -- Accounting Society 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: American Flour Co.; Snyder ' s Variety - Hobbies: Bowling, tennis. DOLORES SOCHER 211 Wolcott Road Brookline, Mass. Marketing and Advertising Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 " Debbie " — Omega Sigma (Rep. 2, 5) (Sec.) — American Marketing Assn. 3, 4 5 (Sec.) — Huskv Kev 1 (Sec), 2 3 (Vice-Pres. ) — Choral Society 1 —Cauldron 3, 4, 5 (Sen. Pic. Ed.) — News 3, 4, 5 (Editor ' s Key) — Class Cabinet 2, 3, 5 — Senior Week Committee — American Marketing Assn. News- letter Rep. — Class Secretary 2, 3 — Co-op Work Record: North- eastern University; Housing Assn. of Metropolitan Boston — Hob- bies: Music, sports, reading — Suppressed Desire: Write sports for the Boston Globe — Best Time at N. U.: Working nights on the News. ' ■ ' Mk ' JOHN DUNCAN SOMERS, JR 15 King Philip Street South Weymouth, Mass. Business Management " Jack " - Intra-mural Basketball 1, 5 - Intra-mural Football 5 — Class Cabinet 4, 5 — Senior Week Committee: Co-Chairman of Cruise Committee — S.A.M. 4 (Pres. ) — Service Record: U. S. Army 1950-52 — Co-op Work Record: Travelers Insurance Co.: Boston Army Base — Hobbies: Softball, bowling, dancing, football - Suppressed Desire: To receive Master ' s degree in Human Rela- tions at Simmons College - Best Time at X. U.; Junior Prom. ANGELO RALPH SPINELLI, JR. 16 Linden Street Lowell, Mass. Accounting " Mike " — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Accounting Society 4, 5 — Camera Club 1 (Sec.-Treas.), 2 (Vice-Pres. ), 3 (Pres.). 4 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 (Cadet Lt. Col. ) ■— Scabbard Blade 4, 5 (Treas. )— Class Cabinet 3 — R.O.T.C. Soph. Scholarship; Distinguished Military Student — Co-op Work Record: Heinze Electric Co.; Cambridge Gas and Electric Co. — Hobbies: Cameras, bowling — Suppressed Desire: Have five hours to do an hour exam rather than one hour to do a five-hour exam - Best Time at N. U. : Camera Club Safari and Frankenstein Show. FREDERICK MARSHAL STACK 23 Harwood Street. Dorchester, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Freddie " — Kappa Zeta Phi — Dean ' s List 4, 5 — Advertising Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — American Marketing Association 2, 3, 4, 5 — Art Club 1 — Cauldron 3, 4, 5 (Assoc. Man. Ed. ) — News 1, 2, 3 (Rewrite Ed. ), 4 (Sports Ed. ), 5 — Student Council — Senior Week Committee — Inter-Fraternity Sports — Pulaski Award 4 — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern University; Boston Olobe — Hobbies: Music, sports, bowling, reading, kibitzing, playing Russian Roulette with loaded Russians — Suppressed Desire: To spike the Commons coffee with a bottle of rum — Best Time at N. U.: Cutting class to go for coffee. GEORGE E. STEPHENS 40 Brier Road West Roxbury, Mass. Business Management R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 4, 5 - Distinguished Mili- tary Student Award 4 — Co-op Work Record: Homes Inc.: — Hob- bies: Water-skiing, swimming - Suppressed Desire: President of U.S.A. — Best Time at N. U.: Military Ball. KENNETH WILLIAM STEPHENS 40 Brier Road. West Roxbvry, Mass. Industrial Relations " Ken " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 5 — Scabbard lilade 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M. 2, 3, 4 (Corres. Sec. ), 5 (Pres.) — R.O.T.C. Academic Achievement Award 4 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co.; Sylvania Electric Co. — Hobbies: Swimming, bowling — Suppressed Desire: Personnel ma nager of a large firm — Best Time at N.U.: The R.O.T.C. Ball 1953. FLOYD LENT STYLES, JR. S3 Uighview Street Norwood, Mass. Finance and Insurance Married — One daughter, one son ■— Hus-Skiers 2, 3 — A.F.A. 2, 3, 4, 5 (Sec.) —Service Record: U. S. Navy 1945-47, 1950-52 — Co-op Work Record: Xewton-Waltham Bank Trust Co.; Dennison Mfg. Co.; Schofield Inc. — Hobby: Photography — Best Time at N. U.: The Junior Prom and the party after it. JACK MAX STONE 699 Walk Hill Street Mattapan, Mass. Accounting " Jack " — Kappa Zeta Phi (Corres. Scribe 3) — Freshman Honor List — Accounting Society 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Jones, McDuffie and Stratton; Godfrey L. Cabot Inc. — Hobbies: Bowling. baseball, prestidigitation — Suppressed Desire: To graduate - Best Time at X T . U.: Freshman Prom. JOHN J. SULLIVAN 1 3 Lee Street Somerville, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Sully " — Married — one daughter — Dean ' s List 5 — Advertising Club 5 — American Marketing Assn. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Husky Key 2 — Class Cabinet 1 -- Co-op Work Record: Container Corp. of America; Brooks Brothers; Jordan Marsh — Hobby: Work — Suppressed De- sire: — Get rich quick — Best Time at N. U.: N.U.B.A. parties. ■■..y RICHARD JOHN SULLIVAN 100 Tyler Terrace Newton Centre, Mass. Business Management " Dick " — Camera Club 1, ' 2, 3, 5 — S.A.M. — Co-op Work Record: R. H. Stearns — Hobbies: Photography, automobiles. ROBERT JOSEPH SULLIVAN 77 Warren Avenue Milton, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Sully " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Basket- ball 1 -■- Advertising Club 4, 5 (Treas. ) — American Marketing Assn. 4, 5 — Rifle Club 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Sears B. Condit Award 4, 5 — Sigma Society 4, 5. NORMAN TALCOFSKY ■23 Elinor Road Newton, Mass. Business Management " Bimbo " — Kappa Zeta Phi — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 4, 5 — Silver Masque 3, 4, 5 — Choral Society 3 — S.A.M. — Co-op Work Record: R. H. Stearns: Sears Roebuck Co. — Hobbies: Fishing, bowling — Suppressed Desire: To go salmon fishing — Best Time at N. U.: Pledging for K.Z.P. RALPH HODSDON TUTTLE, JR. 296 Turner Street Auburn, Maine Marketing and Advertising " Artie " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 5 — Advertising Club 5 — American Marketing Assn. 3, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Bonwit Teller; Na- tional Tag Label Corp.; Gilchrist Co. — Hobbies: Music, reading. DONALD BASSETT UPHAM 198 Newton Street Weston, Mass. Business Management " Don " — Camera Club 1, 2 — Husky Highlighters 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (Ch. ) — Radio Club 4, 5 — News 1, 2 — Student Union 2, 3 — Co-op Work Record: Lowell Institute Cooperative Broadcasting Council; Sylvania Electric Products, Inc.; N. U. Bureau of Business and Economic Research — Hobbies: High Fidelity, amateur radio, listening to classical music — Suppressed Desire: Would like to be an inventor — Best Time at N. U.: " Up and Atom. " JOSEPH VALDOFSKY .58 Washington Street Peabody, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Val " - - Kappa Zeta Phi — Advertising Club 2, 3, 4, 5 — American Marketing Assn. 2, 3, 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Investment So- ciety 4, 5 — I.F.C. 5 — American Finance Assn. 5 — Automobile Club 5 — S.A.M. 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: National Wool Mar- keting Corp.; J. G. Kaufman Co. — Hobbies: Golf, swimming, pho- tography — Best Time at N. U.: R.O.T.C. Ball 1954. GILBERT E. VARNEY 185 Davis Avenue Brookline, Mass. Accounting JOSEPH JOHN VENZLOWSKY 46 Everett Avenue Watertoun, Mass. Business Management " Joe " — Married — one son — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M. 4, 5 — Sigma Society 4, 5 (Sec.) — Co-op Work Record: Diamond Mfg. Co. — Hobbies: Fishing, Skiing - Suppressed Desire: Force school to provide parking facilities — Best Time at N. U.: Junior Prom. HAROLD PAUL WATTS 16 Watson Street Cambridge, Mass. Marketing nnd Advertising " Hurry " - Phi Beta Alpha — Dean ' s List 3 — Advertising Club 5 — American Marketing Assn. 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — News 2 - Stu- dent Council 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 3, 4, 5 — Class Pres. i, 5 — Junior Prom Comm. — Senior Week Comra. (Ch.) — Outstanding Advertising Student Award 5 — Co-op Work Record: Pet Milk Co.; National Tag and Label Corp. — Best Time at X. U.: Junior Prom. CHARLES EDWARD WESTCOTT Lexington Road Lincoln, Mass. Business Management " Bald Eagle " — Married — Phi Beta Alpha — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — Husky-Highlighters 4, 5 — Husky Key 2, 3, 4, 5 — Silver Masque 2, 3, 4, 5 — Chapel Choir 2, 8 — Choral Society 2, 3— News 2, 3 (Rewrite Ed.), 4 (Copy Ed.), 5 (Assoc. - Ed.-in ' -Chief) —Student Council 3, 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 (Lt. Col.) — Scabbard Blade 4, 5 — X. U. Four 2, 3, 4, 5 — Class Vice-President 3; Class President 3 — Assoc. Ind. of Mass. Scholar- ship; First Prize Winner, Thirty-second Annual Upperclass Speaking Contest — Co-op Work Record: Xortheastern University; R. H. Stearns Co. - Best Time at X. U.: First Military Ball. JOSEPH THOMAS WETZLER 67 Hamden Circle North Qniney, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Jim " -- Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 — Advertising Club 4, 5 — American Marketing Assn. 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: X. U. Business Management Office; X. U. Physical Education Dept. Hobbies: Athletics. KINGSLEY ALLAN WHIPPLE 43 Friendly Road Cranston, Rhode Island Marketing and Advertising " Woody Whip " — Nil Epsilon Zeta (Vice Grand Mastsr, Grand Scribe ) ' ■- American Marketing Assn. 4, 5 — Interfraternity Coun- cil 4, 5 (Pres.) — Co-op Work Record: Dun and Bra lstreet, Glad- ding ' s Inc., Daggett ' s Chocolate Co. — Hobbies: Music, Pub-crawling — Suppressed Desire: To own a cocktail lounge — Best Time at X. U.: Quad FVat dance. EARL KENNETH WHITMAN 44 Pearl Street SomerviUe, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Whit " — Phi Beta Alpha — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — American Marketing Assn. 4 — Class Cabinet 3, 4 — Sears B. Condit Award 5 — Sigma Society 4, 5 (Vice-Pres.) — Co-op Work Record: Xational Tag and Label Corp.; Quartermaster ' s Corps Research Command; Lumbermen ' s Mutual Ins. Co. — Hob- bies: Sports, music — Suppressed Desire: To beat the draft — Best Time at X. U.: Snug Harbor Club. WILLARD FRANKLIN WHITMAN, JR. 23 Tobey Road Belmont, Mass. Business Management " Frank " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 5 — Hus-Skiers 1, ' 2, 3, 4, 5 — Camera Club 1, 2 (Treas.), 3 (Vice-Pres.) — Psy- chology Society 1 — News 1, 2 — Intra-mural Basketball 5 (Man.) — Senior Week Committee — S. A.M. 3, 4 (Pro. Ch.), 5 (Pres.) — Co-op Work Record: McKesson Robbins — Hobbies: Tennis, golf, photographv. AMBROSE ALTON WINTLE, JR. R.F.D. No. 2 Clinton, Maine Accounting " Andy " — Nu Epsilon Zeta (Soc. Ch. 5) —Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treas.), 5 (Pres.) — Ski Team 4, 5 — Accounting Society 3, 4 — Rifle Club 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — Freshman Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Co. — Hobbies: Skiing, ping-pong, baseball — Suppressed Desire: Be a ski bum — Best Time at X. U.: Ski Carnivals. FRANK CHARLES WIOT, JR. 39 Daris Street Quincy, Mass. Industrial Relations " Chuck " — Phi Gamma Pi (Sec. 4), (Soc. Ch. 5) — Hus-Skiers 2, 3, 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 5 — S.A.M. 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Eaton Howard. ROBERT B. WITHAM 12 Wynomere Road Milton, Muss. B usin es s Management " Whim " — Dean ' s List 4, 5 — Basketball 1 — American Market- ing Assn. 5 R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M. - Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co.; French Shrine Urner; Mason-Neilan Reg. Co. — Hobby: Sports — Suppressed Desire: To pass a term without opening a book — Best Time at N. U.: Claw after finals; Park Social parties. ROLAND KENT WOODBERRY 681 Common Street Walpole, Mass. Accounting " Woody " Accounting Society 2, 3, 4. 5 -- Service Record: U. S. Army 1952-S4 - Co-op Work Record: Dennison Mfg. ' o.; Babson ' s Reports, Inc. MURRAY S. ZUK 91 Nightingale Street Boston, Mass. Marketing and Advertising Sigma Kappa Psi (Yice-Pres.) — Advertising Club . ' 5, 4 — American Marketing Assn. 3, 4 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — Co-op Work Record: Raymond ' s Dept. Store; Boston Globe — Hobby: Sports — Best Time at N. U.: Graduation. EDWARD F. DEVANEY 40 Creston Avenue Woburn, Mass. Business Management " Boots " — Married — One daughter — Baseball 1 — Football 1, i, 3 — S.A.M. -t, 5 — Service Record: V . S. Army 1951-53 — Co-op Work Record: Sears, Roebuck Co. — Hobbies: Sports, my daughter — Suppressed Desire: To be a pro hockey player — Best Time at N. U.: Football Dances. DAYID MERRILL GOLDSTEIN 8-4 Wellington Hill Street Mattapan, Mass. Business Management " Goldie " — Football 1 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co- op Work Record: Howard Johnson ' s; Rice ' s Service Station; Chandler Co. — Hobbies: Automobiles, stamp collecting — Surpressed Desire: To live in California — Best Time at N. U.: Senior bowling league. CHARLES S. LIFTMAN 105 Perry Street Stoughton, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Burl " — Dean ' s List 5 — American Marketing Assn. 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern University; Boston Herald-Traveler — Hobbies: Golf, fishing — Suppressed Desire: Ride in a North- eastern elevator — Best Time at N. C: Climbing 1PS JULIAN EDWARD WHITNEY, JR. 39 .1 . Vernon Avenue Melrose, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Ted " — Married — One son — Intra-mural Bas- ketball 5 — Hus-Skiers 3 — Advertising Club 5 — American Marketing Assn. 4, 5 — R.O.T.C. 2, 3 — Co-op Work Record: Whitney ' s Hardware — Hob- bies: Sports, aufo repair — Best Times at N. U.: Junior Prom, Intra-mural Basketball. EDWARD HANDY WRIGHT 159 Chapel Street Saylesville, Rhode Island Bitsiness Management " Ned " — Champlain College — Camera Club 3, 4, 5 — Radio Club 1— S.A.M. 3, 4, 5 — Bowling League 3, 4 — Service Record: U. S. Army 1946-48 — Co- op Work Record: Federal Prod. Corp.; Koppers Co. Inc.; Claddings Co. — Hobbies: Photography, radio, auto-repair — Suppressed Desire: To own and manage a large electrical parts production outfit — Best Time at N. U.: Prof. Norvish ' s speech class: " Funeral Expenses " by Larry Jones. r ■ " ' ( r f % ft -......■A,,-,,, ■:■::.:, ' ■ -?;■, ■ i ' • X J »E?V __ • .mi i m f V ■ Amir f f % " ;aJF m § .gM ik. ■»■■« First How: Socher, Prof. Marston (adviser). Martin (ed. -in-chief). Atamian. Kontoff, Stack. Se Carp. D ' Addieco, Hurney. Salamy. Sheehan. Needle. Cauld ron AT [he outset of the senior year, a group of ■ ■ students begin the long task of preparing the senior annual, the Cauldron. Numerous afternoons and long evenings are spent in planning. Seniors must be individually photographed, data sheets compiled, 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. remain to be taken. Reams of copy are turned out, edited, re- written, typed again, set and reset until the Cauldron staff becomes convinced that nothing short of a miracle will make it possible to see a completed yearbook by graduation. Deadlines loom ominously and the work continues as the sweat rolls out the door of 306 C. Moans and groans are heard through the soundproof door from September to the follow- ing June, when the intensity of the noi-e is so severe that the neighboring hospitals complain. Then " D " day arrives. That is the day when Mr. Emil Bazzy comes into the office and announces that the completed books are downstairs. By this time, however, most of the editors are nervous wrecks, and Professor Marston, the adviser, sits in quiet contemplation and thinking he will have to go through the same thing next year, wonders if Alaska would be a goad place to write a new novel. Zal Atamian, Paul Needle, and Charlie Martin. Charlie ClafTey and John IPAddiecco Ricky Kontoff, Business Manager Jack Carp, Managing Editor Jack Sheehan, Sports Editor Debbie Socher, Zab, and Fred Stack enjoy a coffee break. Jack Sheehan and Charlie Alartin lend a hand to Tom Walsh Boh Feelev N ews THE Northeastern News bears 28 offspring in a normal year. Almost every Friday morning of each term, an issue of the News presents information to the student body and faculty. The News was awarded the All American rating by the National Association of Collegiate News- papers, this honor being the highest that any col- legiate publication can win. Editors on the weekly paper receive their posi- tions at annual elections. All start as staffers, who, through hard work, and a genuine interest in what they are doing, are advanced. The most demanding extra-curricular activity on campus, the News takes up to 20 hours a week for most members of the Edi- torial board — and sometimes 40 hours a week. The News schedule begins Monday afternoon with assignments of stories to staffers by their edi- tors — and ends Friday morning at about 2:00 a.m. when the paper is " put to bed ' " and the last proof has been checked. Monday night is makeup night for the publica- tion. Sometimes it takes all week to get the right combination of makeup within the usual eight pages, and always the finished product is indicative of the time that has been put into its production. Press night — when the Editor-in-chief and Managing Editor travel to the East Boston Press in East Boston (of all places) where the final touches are put on the week ' s work — is Thursday, and usu- ally ends up Friday morning. Then Friday morning eager hands grab the cur- rent issue, and once again the job has been well done. The most important meeting during the week is the Friday noon meetings where the Editor-in-chief goes through the whole paper, tearing it apart, explaining what is wrong, and why it is wrong. ( hie of the most awaited events of the year is the annual Neivs Banquet held in the early part of the year. First Row: Needle, Driver, Tempone, Ryan, Claffey (ed.-in-chief) , Prof. Marston (adviser), Westcott, Dirago, D ' Ad- dieco. Second Row: Kontoff, Whiting, Napolitano, Wikstrom, Nelson, Learned, Hay. Third Row: Carp, Reimer, Weeden, Jacobs, Nisco, Cchen, Lyons. Fourth Row: Kenney. Feeley, Beaton, Olson. ' » ft SjfTl! ' w% NEWS BOARD EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ASSOCIATE EDITOR Business Manager Advertising .Managers Faculty Advisor Charles ( " laffey Charles Westcott Walter Weedon Bob Silva, Bickey Kontoll ' Prof. Everett C. Marston Div. A Div. B Tom Ryan Managing Editors John D ' Addie co Carolyn Driver News Editors John Connelly Jack Driscoll Sports Editors Paul Needle Boh Feelev Feature Editors Ann Wikstrom Len Olson Copy Editors Gerry Tempone Jack Carp Photo Editors Dexter Jacobs Peter Andersen Rewrite Editors Dolores Dirago Hank Nelson Bob Kenney Charles Lyons Dave Beaton Circulation Managers Mort Cohen John Learned Tony Napolitano Ofl ' ice Managers " See if the P.O. can figure this one out. ' Look John, we just can ' t run a 20 page issue. ' ell. if we give him a 10% discount with a 3% rebate . . . " " I know it ' s funny but what about the administration? " First Row: Feeley. A_brevaya, Hall (bus. myr.). Ryan (pres.). Olson (pres.). Oilman. Prof. Blackman (director). Slemmer (sec). Mattson (bus. mgr.). Second Row: Walsh, (Scales, McKee. Knudsen. Dougherty. Sliney. Swartz. Feraci. Third Row: Westcott. Simons, West, Morrison. Salamy. DeFelice, Caplan. Silver Masque r T IIE first accomplishment of the year for the - - Silver Masque was receiving an invitation to join Alpha Psi Omega, the National Collegiate Honorary Dramatic Society. This the Masque did, and became the Nu Chi chapter of that organization. The season opened with The Barretts of Wimpole Street, Tom Walsh playing the part of the father with professionalism rarely seen on the collegiate stage. In the usual Masque tradition the second show was in the more serious vein. The Male Animal, showing the dilemmas encountered by a college professor in the routine of his life. Through the efforts of Professor Eugene Black- man, the Masque was very fortunate in being able to present one of the outstanding musicals it has ever produced, Paint Your Wagon. Pal Roche emotes in scene from " Barretts of impole Street. " The curtain falls on anoth -ful Silver Masqi if the Statue of Liberty play was explained in detail in " The Male Animal. The spring presentation was a smash hit while it ran on Broadway and even mors so when staged at Northeastern. My Three Ajigels was said by many psople to be the best show they had ever seen pre- sented by the Silver Masque. The unsung heroes of every production are the members of the backstage crew r who work diligently for eight weeks only to have to tear the whole set down after the second performance. In the performance of Paini Your Wagon, there were 17 set changes involving the moving of major parts including stage coaches, outdoor scenes, etc. Each of these changes was carried on smoothly and efficiently without any catastrophe. Another plug must be given to the make-up crew who can always be counted to change any face to any other face with a minimum of discomfort to the person involved (sometimes). Kill Hall discovers the painful after-ef of exeessive drinking. No Masque performance could he done without the able assists given by the stage crew. Tom Tohin and Al W est set the lights for the proper effect. Charlie eslcott (l eft) and Tom Walsh (right) exchai verbal blows in a scene from " The Male Animal. " Student Union AS NU grows, so does the Student Union, contri- buting spiritual service and social needs of the University and of the community. Special tutoring for students with difficulties, coffee hours and dances for foreign students, and a series of lectures on the- ory and nature of communism were among its serv- ices this year. Two blood drives, Christmas parties for under- privileged children and volunteer workers in several community houses and hospitals plus other such projects were also part of SU ' s prgram. Chapel services are organized by this group weekly and this year a new precedent was set with a special Christmas pageant in the lovely Bacon Memorial Chapel with members of the Union par- ticipating. Members and officers have taken part in con- ferences at the Universities of Maine, New Hamp- shire, Brandeis and Bowling Bidge. An early fall outing, a mid-winter hayride and a spring banquet heighten the social activities of this popular organization. And above all, the Student Union is a home away from home, especially under " Mother " Ethel Charlier ' s wing, and under the guidance of its fa- culty and foreign student adviser, Professor Lloyd A. Skiffington. Members brought Yule cheer to about 100 chil- dren from two neighboring orphanages. Ethel B. " Mother " Chartier First Row: Barbeau (v. p.). Wilson. Warner (sec), Butterworth (sec). Reed (pres.). Atamian (pres.), Dougherty. Stewart. Emery, Tempesta, Osgood. Second Row: Heald. Gay. Scales. Mosse. McKee, Knudsen, Dawson, Regan. Kimball, Michaels. Third Row: Damiano, Cerniglia, Beatty, Roberge, Zu- brzycki. Miranda. Gularte, Donato. Fourth Row: Street, Nelson, Perry, Foerster, Limmer, Doctor. Band THE ROTC band participates in regimental reviews and regular military drill periods but still maintains the old civilian job of performing at football games, both at home and away. Musical background for rallies in the new cage and band concerts both outdoors on the front steps of the Center Building and in the Alumni Auditorium held from time to time throughout the college year give the instrumentalists an opportunity to show off their talents. And who can forget the time a pigeon flew over the tuba and . . . 1 lift ROTC music makers provide some inspiration between the halves of the Hofstra game. 1 L Jh ' • j " he smart-stepping military hand whirled through some fancy formations at all of the home grid- . ' iieoim lets. Musicians strike up the hand at one of their two weekly praetiee sessions. . f First Row: Stack, Connors, Hay, Racine (pres.). Prof. Kitchin (adriser). Hylen (pres Farthing. Second Row: Kirk. Duratti. Maxwell, Kates, Westcott, Ferrucci, Watts, Holm Mattson. Feeley. Galante, Morrison. Pappas. Ryan. Hughes, ClafTey. -% • it I ! (se, d R Student Council The link to harmony between the student body and the faculty is the job of the Student Council. An innovation this year in the Council has been the abolishment of class officers which takes effect in the fall. Both divisions hold joint meetings during (he year to discuss problems of common interest. Senior Class Cabinet The Senior Class cabinet aided in the planning of senior week. It was composed of members from each section in all Ihree colleges. Meetings were held to discuss the collection of dues and decide on policies concerning the senior class. Joint meetings are held at least once each term. First Row: Navarro (Ireas.), Socher, Jepson (sec). Farthing (pres. ). Prof. Kennedy (adviser), Watts (pres. ). Corr, Glass, Stewart. Second Row: Emery. Hersum, Fallon, Somers. Morrison. Russell, Holmes. MacDonald. Third Row : Shotkin (treas.). Leonard (r.p.). Barbeau. Stuart, Dudinski. Ostrom. Whitman. Murphy, Pappas. { 116 } First Row: Navarro. Jepson (sec). Princiotta (sec), Socher, Watts (pres.). Prof. Kennedy (adviser), Farthing (pres.). Pappas. Corr. Holmes. Leonard (p.p.). Second Row: Stack. Claffey, Hersum. Shotkin, Fallon, (Mass. Murphy. Stewart. Emery. MacDonald. Learned. Third Row: Mattson, Gallant, Russell, Barbeau, Morrison. Dal- ryrnple. Dudinski. Phelps. Stuart, Ostrom, Somers. Senior Week Committee ' I " M1F plans for senior week are left almost en- - - tirely in the hands of these seniors. It is through their effort that this week can come into being, this week of fun and frolic, and the end of collegiate activities. This year the committee planned a Moonlight Cruise, a Beach Party, Section Day, a Country Club outing and the grand finale, the Senior Prom. All members were seniors from the day colleges. Omega Sigma Cabinet TMIK overwhelming task of Omega Sigma, the J- sorority here at Nl ' , is to help make new fresh- man girls feel at home. At Christmas, in conjunction with Student Union, the girls plan a parly for children from neighboring settlements. Other events are the Omega Sigma Dance held at a Boston hotel, the Mother-Daughter Tea, the Family Frolic and a Senior Banquet. First Row: Butterworth (c sec ). Anderson (c sec), Krey, Lynch (v. p.), Dawson (pres. ), Dougherty (pres.). Holrn- strom (Ireas.). Wallace (treas. ). Second Row: Macaulay, Quigley, Brown, Glazier, Allen. Snow, Hay. Third U « : Warner (r. sec). Williams, Mosse, McCabe (r. sec). Slemmer. Gogan. First Row: Hay, Barker. Connors. Second How : Derosier, Sliney, Storella. Cheerleaders NU statistics are drastically reversed as exem- plified by the cheerleading squad. Why? Here the gals outnumber the guys by ten to one, and the poor lonely (?) one is " little " Red Storella. Under the direction of Miss Dorothy Reuter, the newly appointed women ' s gym instructor, the pepsters perform at all the home and away football Husky Highlighters Sirens, whistles and a barking Husky broad- cast to the student body that the Husky High- lighters are back " on the air " with the latest news, sports and activities announcements. The twelve students each term go to the farthest corners of the University prospecting for news and then retreat to write up their own scripts, keeping all students informed Monday through Friday of all activities. First Row: Healtl. Anderson. Ollen. Driver (ch.), Upham (ch.), Swartz, Pappas. Second Row: Rrey, Kirk, Hughes, Morrison, Martin, Westcott, Derosier. Third Row: Olson, Heil. Murphy, Stuart. 4 118 } First Row: Smith (r. sec). Katsioules. Mallard. Mr. Herman (adviser). ZulTanti. Wilson. Sliney (c. sec). Storella (pres.). Second Row: Kenney, Moniz. Kirk. Gonthier. Manner. Zubrzycki. Third Row: Ward. Solakian. Cataldo. Harris. Rober ;e. Husky Key The enthusiastic cheering section at Northeast- ern athletic contests is usually heard from the Musky Key. The Key, which has its own section in the stands tries to promote this activity. For school spirit the organization sponsors rallies, dances, record hops and publicizes all school activities. It is usually instrumental in bringing about greater attendance at school affairs. Square and Folk Dance Society Adding color to N or theas tern ' s picture, the Square and Folk Dance Society has developed a United Nations of dance numbers and are still ac- quiring new dances from many foreign countries. Exhibitions at Freshman Night, Open House and at many hospitals and community houses keep these " squares ' " busy. The members practice twice a week before many curious onlookers of the student body. First Row: Gay. Glebus (v. p.). Fuller, Miss Reuter (adviser). Boucher (treas.). Hart (pr ond Row: Dawson. Johnson. Howard. Reed. Mardonald. Slack. Heald. ). Blanchard {sec. ) . See- First Row: Tempests. Nahum {drill leader). Gay, Kimball. Second Row: Regan. Miss Heater {adviser). Oliver. Art Club The Art Club is the organization where all the Van Goghs and Picassos meet. Comments like, " The background detracts from the subject " , or " The perspective is not accurate " are typical of the remarks you can hear in 358R every Tuesday. Although the Art Club has only been function- ing for four years it shows promise of being one of the most popular organizations in the school. Leaving the rush and bustle of NU life outside, the members find an outlet for their creative inspira- tion within the hallowed walls of the university under the guidance of their advisor. Professor Meserve. Girls ' Drill Team Since the opening of the College of Education, enrollment of the feminine sex has more than doubled. With this tremendous growth has come a new girls ' organization, the Girls ' Drill Team. Under the drill instruction of two ROTC cadet officers, the girls are learning the fundamental ele- ments of marching. Next fall the results will be seen at Northeastern football games. 1 1 X r 4i Bk 11 (Ml 4k. ' ' — r v 1% HwESlL v J»J iMM| S3 " ' . mmm -: First Row: Lynch {sec). Brooks {pres.). Barker. Kr Second Row: Bettinelli {v. p.). Placek. First Row: Vitiello. Salamy, Abrevaya. Prof. Bans {adviser). McKee. Gularte. Second Row: Mikulski {pres.), Carbone. Sawyer. Snow. Pietkiewicz. Chisholm. Camera Club Students who wish to learn the fundamentals of photography are pro- vided 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 ex perimental sessions on lighting and ex- posing. 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 both to the News and Cauldron. Debating Society A dictionary and a good strong voice are essential elements of all members of the Debating Club. Words are its business and the Club puts them to excellent use. In addition to regular debates, programs include forums, panel, round-table and conference discussions. An all-university activity, the group discusses topics of local, national and international interest at its regular meetings. This year the Club traveled to famed West Point and defeated the cadets in a de- bate. First How: Crowley (sec), Wiljanen, Prof. Khiralla (ad- viser). MfxMunn (pres.). Second Row: Marcus, Burstein, Tyler. Auto Club The requirements of this new organization are a keen interest in cars, from Model-T ' s to Jaguars. The Auto Club saw its first year of activity this year under the capable assistance and guidance of Professor Charles Dufton. At the meetings the students have guest speak- ers and films. One film this year was of the Pan- American Road race. The club takes field trips through many auto- mobile plants so that students could get first hand information about how cars are constructed. First Row: Prof. Dufton (adviser). Peaslee. Schneider. Sacks. Mushovic. Sneider. Second Row: Stone, Witty. Flanders. DeDominicus. Caggiano. Ponn. Third Row: Johnson. Loring. Drewett. Parent, Freeman. Parker. Dodge, Karnakis. First Row: Heald, Gay. Butterworth, Scales, Atamian, Knudsen, Warner. Wilson. Second He (pres.). Perry. Prof. Cleveland (director). Reed. Cerniglia. Arnold. Da Chapel Choir Since the completion of Student Center Building in 1948, the Bacon Memorial Chapel on the second iloor has provided spiritual services for the student body, faculty and staff. In keeping with the non-sectarian character of chapel services, the Choir represents the several denominations and faiths of Northeastern students. Under the direction of Professor Lawrence F. Cleveland, organist, the Choir prepares the an- thems and choral responses for the services. In addition to these weekly services, the Choir in the past year has participated in the special Christmas pageant under the direction of Professor Cleveland, the Chapel Committee of the Student Union and Dean Charles W. Havice, who presides over the weekly chapel meetings. Spiritual leaders of all religious faiths are heard every week throughout the year. First Row: Deranian. Ivassay (v. p. Second Row: Gularte. Macdonald. Foerster (pres.), Baer. I.R.C. Political issues concerned with current interna- tional relations forms the agenda of the I. B.C. Guest speakers are featured at weekly meetings plus forums and debates. Occasionally, the I. B.C. pre- sents joint meetings with the Student Union, with special emphasis towards views and ideals expressed by foreign students. The N. U. chapter sends delegates to inter- collegiate conferences and national conventions. Affiliation is maintained with the American Asso- ciation of International Belations Clubs. Faculty adviser is Professor Bobert G. Wilfong of the History-Government Department. First Row: Nahum (i p.). Adair O ' .p.). Stewart (bus. mgr.), Mosse (pres.), Emery (pres.), Dougherty {bus. mgr.). Street, Wilson. Second Row: Prof. Reiser (director), Zuffanti. Abrevaya. Gogan, Paterson. McKee, Williams. Dardone. Third Row: Cerniglia. Matthews. Damiano, Morrison, Bertolami (bus. mur.). Wilson. Choral Society The Wagon was really painted with harmony when the N. U. Choral Society and the Silver .Masque recently produced Paint Your Wagon. This busy group, under the direction of Profes- sor M. Tucker Keiser gains muchapproval through its concerts each term of the school year, performances at University functions and annual Christmas Con- certs on Boston Common. This year the Chorus added a musical touch to Convocations by rendering a few of their favorite selections. But the big night for the Chorus is the Northeastern Night Pops Concert at Boston Sym- phony Hall. Girls ' 1 Rifle Team Upon completion of the new Physical Educa- tion Center and the availabilities of a rifle range, the feminine population at Northeastern, not to be outdone by the male component, now have their own rifle team. M Sgt Jeremiah J. Wigley of the B.O.T.C. Dept. has instructed the girls on range procedure and shooting positions. The girls ' team will soon be ready to enter in sharpshooting competition with teams from other colleges and universities, and according to reports of N. U. riflemen, they will easily defeat their op- ponents. First How: Holmstrom. Wise (pres.). Glazier, Brown, Snow. Second Row: M Sgt. Wigley (coach). i 123 } First How : French. Pettcrson (v. p.). Mikkclsen (pre .). Oslrom (pres.). Beatty. Davis. Cronan (p.p.). Second Row: McCaffrey, Shuman, Griffen, Capt. Jonah, Lt. Col. Parkin (adviser), M Sgt. Chatterton, Fox, Kaufman. Mineo. Third Row: Somoza. Zieba, Wyman, Sullivan. Kelley, Black. Price. Critikos, Doctor. Nelson, Gross. N. U. Rifle Club In 1951 the Husky Rifle Team was reborn at NU under the direction of an ROTC officer. Mem- bership is open to both ROTC and non-ROTC stu- dents. Official recognition as a minor sport came in 1952 and members may now shoot and earn their Northeastern letters. Postal matches with other colleges and univer- sities are held periodically during the year. The NU sharp-shooters now have their own practice range on campus since the completion of the new Physical Education Center. American Finance Association The American Finance Association is a new or- ganization on campus this year. However, it is an outgrowth of what was formerly the Investment Society. The students in this Association are the future men of Wall Street. The Association is a student chapter affiliated with the National Association. A feature of their program is weekly meetings which include films, student discussions and many guest speakers, all men prominent in the investment and insurance field. Membership is open to all business students interested. First How: Boone, Valdofsky, Stiles (sec), Houghton (pres.), Johnston (treas.), Cahil Madden. Grinnell, (Men, Hanson. Dahill. Second Row : Lenick. First Row: Vievia, Marcus. Mills. Sec Fitzgerald, Roper. Ford. Third Row: Wall, Capon. Dance Band A group of students completely separate from their " brother " ROTC hand is the Northeastern University Dance Band which is composed of six to ten students. The group is often hired for private functions off campus and also supplies the music for numerous student activities, including fraternity socials. The band has functioned under the capable guidance of its faculty adviser, Professor Capon. Advertising Club Through meetings and field trips to various ad- vertising agencies, students in the Advertising Club are able to gain valuable first hand information. Meetings are held every other week and speak- ers in the various phases of advertising and sales promotional work are examples of the guests at the meetings. The main event of the year is the banquet held in conjunction with the Marketing Club. First Row: Valdofsky, Brady, Sullivan (Iretis.K Socber (sec). Gorman (pres.). Prof. Coors (adviser , Ravech, Lenick. Second Row: Doherty, Slack. Watts. Haley. Marcus. Kelly. Savukinas. Third Row: Murphy, Whitman. Jepson, Magennis. O ' Rourke, Senatore. Yt w % %. " F First Row: Beauchamp (sec.)i Donahue (treas.). Quenneville (treas.). Mattson (pres.). Bacigalupo (v. p.}. Rieci. Davidson. Second Row: Burnham. Langbort, MacArthur, Simons. Pavloff, Sedlin. Third Row: Johnson. Greenfield. O ' Connell. Preble. Accounting Society Check those balance sheets, and make sure those bank statements are correct. The Accounting Society is watching you. Membership in the Accounting Society is made up o f students majoring specifically in this field of endeavor. Programs are designed to familiarize the stu- dents with practical experience in the field and to help them co-ordinate this with their academic training. Meetings are held weekly and include guest speakers, various field trips and student group discussions. American Marketing Association A steadily growing organization here at NU in the past few years has been the American Marketing Association. Its main concern is to promote a wider interest among students in all the areas of Marketing. Films, student discussions and guest speakers from different fields in Marketing are features at the weekly meetings. The year ' s activities end with an annual joint banquet with the Advertising Club at which time the new officers for the ensuing year are announced. Both divisions attend this event. First Row: Doherty, Valdofsky, Magennis (pres.), Jepson (pres.), Socher (sec), Heald. Prof. Dufton (adviser). Lenick. Second Row : Stack, Marcus, Haley. Witham, Kelly. Ravech. Watts. Savukinas. Third Row: Brady (treas.). Corman. Whitman. Sullivan, Fo, rster, O ' Rourke. Senatore. Murphy. £R 4 u w • " 1 i w wY l 4 k ( Km K3 HhJN mWmW W ( ' " " ' ■ f. w %w 9T W mmmm mW ' " ' " •»■ 1 . ' «■» 1 1 M 1 41 First Row: O ' Shea, Valdofsky, Witham, O ' Rourke, Whitman (pres.). Stephens {pres.), Chouinard (n.p.). Fallon (treas.), Schraalz. Second Row: Wiot, Frye, Ganci. Racine. Gularte, Westcott, Hersum. Morton. Learned. Third Row: Somers, Kagsay. O ' Brien. Hayden. Dalrymple, Venzlowsky, Phelps. Madden. LaPrade. S.A.M. The objective of the Society for the Advance- ment of Management is to aid students in this field lo increase their knowledge in general and more specific areas of management. The aim of the Society is to bring the practical experience of men in the field of management to students. Membership in the Society helps to encourage and stimulate interest in this field. Speakers come from the Boston area for weekly meetings, films are shown and student groups discussions are fostered. A.I.I.E. So that all its students can be aware of events related in the field, Northeastern s unit of the American Institute of Industrial Engineers publishes a Chapter News Letter Weekly. The ultimate hope of the council is to have pro- grams that will be of special interest to all engineer- ing societies and to promote the profession of en- gineering. In this capacity the group successfully sponsored the formation of a joint Engineers Coun- cil at the University lo help carry through this idea. First Row: Weeden. Penke {Ireas.), Duratti (v. p.), Galante {pres.), Rogers, ClalTey. Second Row: Car- darelli. Erban. Kates. Sullivan {sec), Walsh. ' " ? " a bzA 4 ' A jMt ZSL ' .-% First Row: Mcintosh. Osgood, Didio (Irezs.). Cullati. Palmer (Ireas.). Morrison (pres.). Shine. Tassell. Gay, Zieff, Chapman. Second Row: Shufe.lt, Cosimini. Smith. Healy, Cashin. Matthews. Griffen, Testa, Eno, Sisso, Cucinotti. Third Row: Burkard, Karlson. Lee. Browne. C. Fuller, Weiner, Jacobs. Leonard, Chase, Mancuso. Fourth Row: H. Fuller. Kelley. Costello. Hichey. Dudinski. Hurney. Quinn. Esterberg. Carlson. N.U.C.E.S. America ' s oldest engineering society is repre- sented at Northeastern by the Civil Engineers So- ciety. The parent body has made several awards to this branch chapter in recognition of the various achievements made by il as a whole and its indi- vidual members. An annual dance is sponsored, numerous field trips are made, movies are featured at the meetings enabling the group to keep up with the latest ad- vancements in the field of civil engineering. E.C.N.U. The Enginers 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. First Row: Cardarelli. Marcus. Pelrine (sec.-lreas.). Foote (v. p.). Prof. Richards (adviser), Cosimini (pres. " . Knowles (sec.-treas.). Chipman (v. p.). Osgood. Second Row : Meehan, Shotkin. Greene. Aronson. Gallant, French. Navarro. Meijdes, Caplan. Slack. Third Row: Kates. Freund. Gaysunas, Murphy. Dudinski. Fullain. Harmon. Paul. Lapsing. 4 128 First Row: Marcus. Petterson, Slade (r.p. ), Tanzer (pres.). Murphy. W. Macdonald. Second Kc berg. Wall. Weiner, Doctor. R. Macdonald. A.I.Ch.E. Among the various professional societies at Northeastern, the Student Chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers encompasses the special interests of those students who are majoring in chemical engineering. An organization of undergraduate Chemical Engineering students, the Institute meets weekly and brings together students of similar academic backgrounds with a program of social and technical activities. A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. One of the most active professional societies at Northeastern is the Joint Student Chapters of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers and the Institute of Radio Engineers. Both groups are af- filiated with the national professional societies. A technical paper competition is the feature of the year ' s activities. Other activities include ban- quets given by each division ' s group, field trips, speakers from the held and movies on latest de- velopments. First Row: Champagne, French (sec). Meehan, Caplan. White. O ' Connor. Princiotta, Freund. Arnfield. Second How: Ellsworth (i). eh.), Pelrine (sec). Kostas. Skricki, Navarro (treas.). Foote (Ireas.), Gaysunas ( • ).), Knowles (e i.), Scanlon (». ch.). Ferrucci, Barcroft. Campbell. Third Row : Limmer, MacDonald. Oalt. Damrell, (iallant. Adair. Brennan, McKay. Aronson. Johnson. Hodder. Valentine. Fourth Row: Ohlund, Glass, Bagnall, Sheridan. Phillips. Price. Parks. Heil (rec. sec). Chipman. Harmon. Pinkham. Stone. Fifth Row: Walsh. Janonis. Parad. Hermans. Dikinis. Morrison. Starr, Gilman, Turgiss. » j ■ • • W ■ 2? f ' % First Row : Meitdes, Mason. Pietkiewicz, Ranch. Slack. Second Re (r i.). Prof. Mills (adviser). Cooper (ch.). Mossman, Shotkin. Mac! Marchand. Levenbaum, Hogan (treas.). Russell. Holmes. Barlog, G Rehn. Davis. King. Pobuk. MacKinnon, Pennell. Fifth Row: Penki Man. Pushner. Anderson. A.S.M.E. With a round of activities geared to its major- interests, the American Society of Mechanical En- gineers features technical films, field trips and in- dustry speakers throughout the year. Delegates from A.S.M.E. attend a yearly con- vention usually held at some other major university in the East. On campus, the " Flywheel Frolic " dance, a yearly affair is held in the laboratory itself. Walsh. DeVinoentis, Paul (sec). Parthum, Lansing. )onald, Santos. Third Row: Morse. Panico. Frazier. rlson. Fourth Row: kirk, Greene (treas.). Farthing. . Tiger. Sokolow, Eastman, Lombard. Fullam. Kamish- A.C.S. The earliest known records of the Northeastern Affiliate Chapter of the American Chemical Society date back to 1924, and it is presumed that the club has been existence before that date. Through A.C.S., undergraduates majoring in Chemistry and Chemical Engineers are brought to- gether from more than 300 schools. At these con- ventions ideas and data are exchanged, and each chapter presents technical material before the group as a whole. First Row: R. Macdonald. Meyer. Ostrom, Barbeau (pres. ). Warren (r.p. ). W. Macdonal Keblinskas-Keblys, Z ' nberg. Wall. Ries. Lange. Ekman. Second Row: Ols R.O.T.C. The R.O.T.C. program started in September of 1951 and has developed since that time into one of the more outstanding units in the entire country. With over 1700 students in the Signal Corps and Engineers units, it comprises the largest detachment in New England. Colonel Murray D. Harris succeeded Colonel Howard Price as Commanding Officer in 1954 when Col. Price was assigned to European duty. With the coming of ROTC, many new activities also came with it. The drill teams, rifle teams, and the civilian band turned military which will in the near future include 120 men, student chapters of the Pershing Rifles, Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association, American Society of Military Engineers, and the newst unit, the Scab- bard and Blade Society. Every year, two of the outstanding ROTC students are invited to the United States Military Academy at West Point for a period of a week. During this time the students live exactly as the Cadets do, attending classes, observing rules and regulations, etc. There is an annual regimental drill where awards are given to those students who are outstanding on the drill field, academically, and on an all-round basis. The present Greenleaf Building will be remodelled in the future so that it may house the entire ROTC program. The major social event of the year is the annual Military Rail, held at leading Boston Hotels where a Honorary Cadet Colonel is chosen, The Pershing Rifles demonstrate close order precision drill, and everyone leaves feeling that it was without a doubt, the outstanding event of the year. A.F.C.E.A. First Row : Salamy. Nelson (sec). Manning (pres. Laffoley, Winston. Kaufman, Capt. Reego (adeiser) manow. Fox. Villegas. . Bealty (v.p.), Stewart, Whigham, Fennell. Second Row: O ' Leary, Aeeto. Carp. Third Row: Barbeau, Limmer, Ro- i 1H } l ' l ' f| t JLt.fr,f.t. ; .f,t 9 ' W : T - : : W : : : ' tftjN J : KV ' PWi ' m :f|: -W%-.-W Pershing Rifles First Row: Sciarratta, Nesterenko, Wong, Ruane, Aceto (CO.), Coffee (CO.), Fe nnell, Allen, Commito. Second Ituw: Kief, Marget, Low, Ghiglio, Heaney, Russell, Carp, Richards, Winston, Babbitt, Fahey, Lamarche, Liu. Third Row: Pappas, Gurwitch, Geary, Limmer. Cohn. Selman, Kaufman, Casale, T. King, Paquette, Manning. Fourth Row: Catineau Arpiarian, Moore, Ouimet, Martin, W. King, Sullivan, Weiner. DelGiudice. Scabbard and Blade i 132 } R.O.T.C. Rifle Club First Row: Zieba, Wyman, Ostrom (co-capt.), Mikkel- sen (co-capt.), Davis. Cro- nan (v. p.). Second Row: Lt. Col. Parkin (adviser). McCaffrey. Griffen. Capt. Jonah (coach). Black. Fox. Shuman. M Sgt. Chatter- ton (ass ' t coach). S.A.M.E. First Row : Mancuso, Griffen. ( )s- good. Quinn, Pobuk. Second Row : DelGiudice. Moore. Duratti. Nester- enko. Coffee. Distinguished Military Students First Row: Gallant, Griffen, Chouinard. McKay. Feeley. Osgood. Quinn. O ' Connell. Burkard. King, Costello. Second Row : Sullivan, Phillips, Galante, 1 . : : l«. ' . ' , ° ' •- ' - fl ' ° - V ° V n « iv i k R £ JrM rS Tau Beta Pi First Row: Marcus, Slade, Navarro. Dispensa, Hogan. Second Row: Valentino, Anderson, Shotkin, Osgood, Prof. Brown (adviser), Paul (pres.). Kirk (rec. sec), DeYincentis. Marchand, Mendes. Cooper. Third Row: Meehan, Oatt, Adair, Levenbaum, Stone, Tanzer, Burkard, Russell, Morse. Axonson, Caslun. Fourth Row: McKay (v-p.), Weiner, Stuart. Pelrine. Janonis, Parad. Heil (comes, sec.), Phillips, Gallant, Rehn. Fifth Row: Galante (treas.), Jonah. Dudinski. Starr, Dikinis, Foote. Freund, Ellsworth. Honor Societies Tau Bela Pi, honor society in the College of Engineering, recognizes outstanding students of Engineering. Two initiation banquets are held each year at which guests from the field of engineering speak. Ncrtheastern ' s newest honor society, Pi Tau Sigma, admits top ranking juniors and seniors ma- joring in Mechanical Engineering. Pi Tau sponsors various projects for Mechanical Engineers in order to create interest and lend incentive. Membership in Eta Kappa Nu, honorary Electrical Engineering Society is open to outstand- ing juniors and seniors. Etta Kappa Nu received its charter from the parent organization in 1950. Pi Tau The Academy consists of Liberal Arts students who are in the upper ten percent of their class. Ini- tiations are held twice a year and a one hundred dollar scholarship is awarded to the top-ranking Liberal Arts freshman. The Sigma Society of the College of Business Administration recognizes high academic standing, character and professional promise. It promotes the educational interest of business students while promoting professional attitudes in general. As in the Academy, a scholarship is awarded to the highe st ranking business student in the freshman year. Sigma First Row: Paul. Parthum (corres. sec). Kirk (».p. , Mendes (pres.), DeVincenlis. Marchand (rec sec). Second Row: Santos, Hogan. Levenbaum, Russell, Morse, Slack. Third Row: Shotkin, Cooper (treas.), Pushner, Rehn. Eta Kappa Nu First Row: Aronson, Caplaii, Meehan. Navarro (rec. sec), Foote {pres.). Prof. Cleveland (adviser). Gallant (v. p.), Parad (corres. sec. ) , Parks. Second Row: Taylor, McKay, Oatt. Pinkham, Damrell, Adair. Illing- worth, Valentine. Doucette. Third Row : Stone, Freund. Chij man, Phillips. Pelrine. Heil, K " worth. Fourth Row: Bagna Dikinis. Morrison. Starr. .lanoni The Academy First Row :Placek, Scroggs, Krey (see.-treas.), McCabe, Tempone, Butterworth, Ventola, Weiss. Second Row: Sonego (v. p.), Arcese, Daniels. Sexton. Ekman, Keblys-KeblinskEs. Sigma Society First Row: Whitman (v. p.). Prof. Dufton (hon. mem.), De- rosier, Hayden (p.p. O ' Brien, Venzlowsky (sec. , Heald, Learned. Second Row: David- son (pres.), Ricei (treas.). Langbort, Matron, Schmalz, Kelly, Sedlin. Houghtcn (pres.). Third Row: Kassay, Ollen. Choninard, Foerster, Madden, Sullivan. Fraternities The Inter-Fraternity Council is the governing body of all fraternities at the University. The Council, composed of one member from each fra- ternity, coordinates all fraternity activities on the campus. Every fraternity participates in all func- tions made available by our University, and it is only through the Inter-Fraternity Council that the proper understanding exists between these very separate and unique organizations. There are at present nine local Greek letter fra- ternities chartered by Northeastern. Each frater- nity is provided with a faculty adviser who is re- sponsible for the proper administration of the fra- ternity house (if the fraternity has one) under the rules and regulations established by the faculty. Elected representatives from each fraternity make up an Inter-Fraternity Council, a body which has preliminary jurisdiction over fraternity regula- tions. Its rulings, however, are subject to the ap- proval of the Faculty Committee on Student Ac- tivities. The Council takes extreme pride in its out- standing record through the years of maintaining a fraternity policy that has kept in step with the scholastic, athletic and cultural progress that has developed with the growth of the University. Some particular inter-fraternity activities in- clude: vying for the plaque awarded by the Uni- versity each year to the fraternity with the highest scholastic standing : inter-fraternity bowling, basket- ball and softball, scheduled throughout their re- spective seasons; and the Inter-Fraternity Dance held yearly at one of Boston ' s bigger hotels, to which members of all fraternities are invited. Inter-Fraternity Council First Row: Rauch (v. p. ), Valdofskv. Hughes (pres.). Black. Hersum (sec.-treas. ). Prof. Reyn olds (adviser) Row : Gross, Nee. Danahv, C.erninka. Fullam. Dasch, Lenick. Macdonald. Second { 136 W ANNWgfkShM CQMQ ATULATIONS KAPPA ZBTA PHI PMi BETA ALPHA PHI GAAAMA Pi SIC MA PHI ALPHA 3? KAPPA ZETA PHI Since its inception in 1924, Kappa Zeta Phi fraternity has emphasized social and fraternal asso- ciations that allow bonds of everlasting friendship to develop among its brothers. Fraternity sports activities, in which most mem- bers are most active include: basketball, softball, and bowling. Social life at KZP plays an important part in the development of well rounded individuals. Out- standing functions of the year include: a dinner- dance, an installation banquet, and, engagement parties for all members about to partake in the holy step of matrimony, and the Marvin Guttin Scholar- ship Dance, at which the most deserving under- graduate brother is presented an award on the basis of scholarship, fraternity and school activities, and general fraternilism. Besides those social activities listed, members also enjoy numerous stag parties, smokers, and dances with sororities from neighboring colleges. In bowling, KZP has long been outstanding, winning the annual inter-fraternity bowling cup. First K„« : Le.ack, Mr. Revis, Pre f. Malch- m n (adviser , L-.ne; (chancellor), B. Title- fa am (vice-chan r eUcr ' , Langiicrt (bunar). He. man ( vr. s rt ' fce Lc we: stein (corres. scribe . Second How: Ki iles, lcone, Da- i( ' , HslfeLz, CHeren. Bkxk, Hochberg, Al e!l. Press, Coi ma Stack, All ;s. David- son, E. Tillehaum, Kagan, Portnoy, Vel- dofsky, Trlcfsky. Thi.d Rjw: Berlin, All ihule:, Weiss, B. Le ine, Baker, Menzer. ( ' . lie.;. Al. rains. Torf, Feldman, Klein, S. I c.ir.c. Malt. .. 138 PHI BETA ALPHA Since the Fraternity Scholastic Shield was first awarded in 1951, Phi Beta Alpha has had the dis- tiiction of earning it annually for the past four years. 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 and course of study. Phi Beta Alpha has always had members who are very active and are leaders in other activities whether they be major or minor. This year seven presidents or former presidents of other organiza- tions were in its fold. In the very near future PBA hopes to acquire a suitable house in the vicinity of the campus so that the brothers will enjoy a more fraternal life. Highlights of the year ' s activities were a ski weekend at North Conway, N. H., and the various seminars held in Brookline. The most outstanding event of the year was the field trip made to a neighboring university where some of the brothers took a rather hasty course in animal husbandry. First Row: Duratti. Hylen, Tempone (corres. sec), Leirned (v. p.). Prof. Blois (adviser), Hersum (pres.), Schmalz (treas.), Ktlly, Needle. Second Row : Whiting. Werlin. Carp, Kenny. Reimer, Hall, Nisco, Watts, ClalTey, Nelson. Third Row: Miranda. Ward. Hinsr. Veje. Martin. Feeley. D ' Addieco, Westcott, Mattson. Fourth Row: Hayden. Ryan. Morrison. Beaton. Cancian, Whitman. Roche. { 139 r PHI GAMMA PI Phi Gamma Pi is proud of the active participa- tion that its members take in the various clubs and organizations at the University. Although academic achievement is stressed, social get-togethers such as tennis, basketball, soft- ball, golf, skiing, and informal house dances and parties take place during the year. Last season, the inter-fraternity trophy went to the Phi Gamma Pi fraternity for softball, as did the basketball trophy. Home is now at 241 Kent Street, Brookline. Mrs. Wier, PGP ' s capable housemother, cheerfully oversees her " family. " Academic achievement is stressed at all times, and it is expected that prospective members will maintain adequate average or above average grades. Admission to the fraternity is through initiation designed to acquaint prospective brothers with the ideals, spirit, and traditions of Phi Gamma Pi. One of PGP ' s more prominent members is Dick Ollen, who not only won the Alumni Award in the College of Business Administration, but also won national acclaim as the pace-setter in two world record setting indoor mile races. First Row: Gunni. Davis. Klimavicz (Ireas.), Browne (v.p.), Kunze (house mgr.), Lopes {Ireas.), Bailey. Second Row: Anderson, Nee. Smith. Marquis. Chapman. Wiot, Tessier. Third Row : Hughes. Ollen, Robie. Bowab. Marko. SIGMA PHI ALPHA First Row: Moniz. Dillingham, Zieba, O ' Connell (rec. sec), Jordan, Storella. Second Row: kjrk. W adman, Racine, Hardy. Weeden, Macdonald, Mancuso. Sigma Phi Alpha is essentially a commuting fraternity which affords a touch of campus life to students who live at home. Sometime in the future the members would like to own their own house, but the purchase of one is unlikely for quite a few years. Business meetings and smokers are held at the University. Social activities, which include ban- quets, dances, and picnics, are stressed. Active in athletics, SPA ' s touch football team took top honors in last year ' s competition, defeating Phi Beta Alpha in a New Year ' s Day game at the Hangover Bowl. " Although SPA is not a national fraternity, the same high ideals are the foundations of their or- ganization. Brotherhood, good fellowship and a chance to participate in social activities are all a part of belonging to Sigma Phi Alpha. First Row: Davson. Liberty (grand scribe . Ceminka (pres. ), Danahy (v.p.), Shannon. Second How: Kershaw, West, Pillsburv, Freser. ALPHA KAPPA SIGMA Located in a spacious Georgian type mansion at 29 Greenough Avenue, Jamaica Plain, is Alpha kappa Sigma Fraternity. The house is run by the members themselves with all members having an equal vote in all matters. A body of five elected officers enforces mem- ber ' s decisions. Very active in student activities, particularly athletics, AKS has fielded stylish bas- ketball and softball clubs. Like other NU fraternities. AKS is not a na- tional organization. The aim, however, is to provide a homelike atmosphere for students away from home, and to develop good fellowship among all its mem- bers. Annual social functions include a dinner-dance, banquet, numerous stag parties, smokers, and dances. Academic achievement plays an important part in fraternity life at AKS, and many of its mem- bers rank high in their respective classes. BETA GAMMA EPSILON Founded on February 12, 1919, Beta Gamma Epsilon has the distinction of being the oldest fra- ternity at Northeastern. The fraternity boasts a large manor located at 231 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, a fifteen minute walk from the University. The housemother, a professional cook, prepares excellent, well-bal- anced meals, for her " sons " . Beta Gamma Epsilon admits only engineers to its fraternity. Last year its members ranked in the top third scholastically in inter-fraternity com- petition after competition, with a waited average of better than 2.5. The highlight of their social calendar is the an- nual dinner and dance held at the end of the school term in January . First Rom : MacPherson, S ' lul ' e ' t, Rauch, Fullam (pres. Prcf. McG 1- lister (adviser), Knstas, fir ss (i va;.). Second Row : Grinne ' l (v.p.). Piukh; m (sec). Burksrd (v.p.), En- dohl, Estes, Carlson. Third Row: Ti-?er (pres.). MacKen- zie, Leavitt, Kamishb ' an. Ta ner. Punt. First Row: Haley. Prof. Borman (adviser). Dasch (pres.), Fiflal Ureas.). Elack. De:rah. Second Row: tiscrer, Hai son, Gardner, Cokeley, S! ibles, Frye. GAMMA PHI KAPPA Gamma Phi Kappa, youngest of the North- eastern fraternities, offers incoming freshmen the op- portunity to share many social and intellectual ad- vantages which the University is unable to provide. Recreational facilities include a television set, a game room, and a ping-pong table. Most of the social activities, such as dancss and smokers, are held at the house. The biggest social event of the year is the Quad-Frat Dance held in the spring. Teams from GPK have competed actively in the inter-fraternity sports scheduled during the past year. Pledges from the fraternity were kept busy this year painting and redecorating the new house which is now located at 16 Greenough Street, Brookline. NU EPSILON ZETA Nu Epsilon Zeta was founded in 1921 as a fra- ternal organization for scholastic and social better- ment of its members and friends. The fraternity ' s house, recently acquired is lo- cated at 255 St. Paul Street, Brookline. More than just a place to eat, sleep, study, Nu Epsilon Zeta is a home. The house-mother, besides being an excellent cook, does everything from mend- ing socks to cheering with the boys at the football games. Although studies come first, there is still time to help a brother with his school work, have a dance or smoker, go skiing with other brothers in winter or to the beach in the summer. Active in sports, NEZ ' s team won the fraternity softball trophy two seasons ago. First Row: Eastman. Crosier (v. grand chancellor). Prof. Sanderson (adviser). Walsh (grand chancel- lor). Atwood (grand scribe). Maekey (pledgemaster). Martinez. Second Row: Fundin. Chipman. Ohlund, Hugg, Slattery, Dahill. Third Row: Broughton. Jer.sen. Greenhalgh, Buchler, Grinnell. First How: Zuk, Baker (rec. scribe), Cap- Ian (potentate). Prof. Cooperstein (adviser), Davidson (high potentate), Greenfield {comptroller), Pollack (corres. scribe). Second Row: Pavloff (pledgemaster), Fein- berg, Simons, Pearlmutter, Freedman, Doctor. Third Row: Barrows, Spiegel. Holsberg. SIGMA KAPPA PSI Under the guidance of Professor Louis Cooper- stein, Sigma Kappa Psi has maintained its tri-fold purpose to establish, stimulate, and secure the bonds of brotherhood in its members. Essentially a commuter ' s fraternity, Sigma Kappa Psi offers a touch of campus life to students who live at home. Business meetings and smokers are held a I Northeastern; dances and parties, at suburban halls. In 1945, the Fraternity established the Richard M. Horwitz Scholarship Fund in memory of a brother killed in action during World War II. Every year a brother who is outstanding in initiative , leadership and scholarship receives this award. In 1921, a charter established Kappa chapter of Sigma Omega Psi and in 1930, a local charter was granted under the name of Sigma Kappa Psi. «m» to . 1 ii$ a r O t f f ,ty U , LAS t% MA% It ' i ' " tM • :JS . «.. .«rtL jAM %, w « •■ " % % % 1 ' a -a § First Row: Murphy, Copson. Pearson. Pendleton. Capt. Clark. Spencer. Dempsey, Lacey. Second Kow: Coach Tatton, Ryan. Hilton, Hefford. McCarthy, Settele, Harrington, Giovanni, Asst. Coach Enoch. Third Row: G. Clark. Miller, Maria, Martus, Howitt, Renzi, Carter. TRACK By Charlie Lyons THE Northeastern track team, under the able coaching of Gerry Tatton, took over the top spot in Husky sports this year as it ran through eight straight dual meets without defeat. Outdoors they won six of seven, recording the winningest track year in N.U. history. With the completion of the new Northeastern athletic plant, featuring an indoor cage with a banked cinder track, the N. U. track squad began one of its longest indoor campaigns as host in seven of its eight dual meets. The cage and the team greeted each other like long lost brothers as the best indoor record since 19 12 was rolled up. Depth was the keynote of the squad. With two and in some instances three good men in every event, the pressure was applied throughout each Saturday ' s competition. Chief competitors and their events were Dave Ryan, Bill Spencer and George Campot in the two mile; Tom Lacey and By an in the mile; Lacey, Bill Harrington, Pete Martus and Bill Copson in the 1000; Bob Hefford and Neil Dempsey in the 600; Charlie Miller in the 300; Dave Settele, Joe Maria and Marty Pendleton in the hurdles; Jack Mc- Carthy, Dick Carter and Miller in the dash; Captain Stan Clark, Bob Murphy and Maria in the high jump; McCarthy in the broad jump; Settele in the pole vault; Bill Seller, Gene Benzi and Bob Bere- stecky in the weight throw and shot put. The season got under way on January 8th as the Huskies beat Tufts 59-46. This was the first indoor victory over the Jumbos since the 1935 season. Top performers for Northeastern were Settele (5.9 hurdles win), Carter (5.0 45-yard dash triumph) and Benzi (47 ' 8% " in the shot put). The squad packed up its spikes on January 15th and moved downtown to the Boston Garden for the Knights of Columbus Meet. The mile relay team of Miller, Lacey, Settele and Hefford finished second to Boston College posting a fast 3:26.4. Beturning to dual meet competition on Janu- ary 22nd against Bates, the team won easily 84-24. Just about everybody got into the scoring with the top marks being set by Byan with a 4:39.3 mile, Hefford in a 1:16.8 600, Benzi with a 47 ' ll ' 8 " shot put and Lacey with a 2:23.0 1000. Back at the Boston Garden on January 29th for the B.A.A. Games, the Huskies had quite an evening. Bunning in the mile relay against Boston College, Boston University and Fordham the quar- tet of Miller, Lacey, Settlee and Hefford won in { 148 } 3:24.6. In the Briggs 50-yard Dash, Carter and McCarthy finished fifth and sixth. The University of New Hampshire visited the cage on February 5th and were outrun 66% to 41%- Grabbing the spotlight this week were Campot in the two mile (10:16), Miller in Ihe 300 (33.2) and Lacey in the 1000 (2:22.7). Providence College was the next victim on February 12th by a 69-30 margin. The Friars were completely outclassed by Pendleton (6.1 in the hurdles), Lacey ' s double victory in the mile (4:33.3) and the 1000 (2:26.2), Captain Stan Clark ' s 6-2 high jump, Renzi ' s 47Tl ' g " shot put, Carter ' s 5.0 dash and a 1:16.6 600 by Hefford. Two brilliant wins in the weight events by M.I.T. ' s Morefield featured the February 19th dual meet. The Huskies won 61 -423 , but there were some shaky moments for awhile. Morefield got M.I.T. off to a good start with cage records in the 35-pound weight throw (54 ' 9 " ) and the shot piil (50 ' 9 " ). N. U. retaliated, however, with Settele beating Tech ' s IC4A hurdle champ Lattof in a fast 5.8 race. McCarthy scored his first dash triumph of the year in a snappy 4.9. Maria led an N. U. sweep in the high jump at 6 ' 13 " , and every- body breathed easier. The victory was nailed down by Lacey in the mile (4:31), Hefford in the 600 (1:16.8) and Harrington in the 1000 (2:28.5). Northeastern continued along the win trail as it rolled over the University of Connecticut 76-28 on Washington ' s Birthday. Speed was the order of the day as Husky runn ers posted four new cage records. Settele started things off with a 5.7 win in the hurdles. McCarthv tied his own dash mark of 4.9. Lacey ran a 4:28.8 mile and Hefford turned in a 1:16.3 600. Most of the team got a week off as Coach Tatton took a select handful of performers to the IC4A Championships at Madison Square Garden on February 26th. In this world series of Eastern collegiate track and against red-hot competition, Northeastern scored three points for a third place finish. Sophomore sprinter Dick Carter, who had been running behind teammate Jack McCarthy for the past two dual meets, finished third in the 60-yard dash. John Haines of Penn, who had equaled the world record twice during the previous week, was the winner. Carter matched Haines ' winning time of 6.3 in a trial heat. Dave Settele was eliminated from the hurdle field in the semi-finals. Only five minutes prior to his hedge-hopping stint, Settele raced a leg on the mile relay team which failed to qualify for the finals. The only away dual meet of the season was at Orono, Maine on March 5th against the University of Maine. Maine, always a strong club, provided stiff competition but was outlegged 74J -513 . The squad had been looking forward to the Maine meet because the Orono track is one of the fastest in the country. Charlie Miller, one of Tatton ' s sophomore flashes, wrote track headlines at this meet when he ran the 300 in a blazing 31.4. His clocking broke a 20-year-old record of 32 seconds set by former Olympic runner Arnold Adams of Bates. It was also the fastest 300 ever run in New England, sur- Lacey b naks tape in 10OO-ya rd run. ' .; - A ' .- • ■ " 1 1. i ' ■1 ■J - h|1 BmttB 1 1 7 1 1 ' Stan Clark clears bar against Tnfl;- McCarthy soars over sawdust. passing the 31.8 mark set by Temple ' s greal broad juniper Kulace Peacock. Lacey turned in another superb performance as he won the mile and the 1000. He hooked up in a duel with Maine ' s Firlotte in the mile but kicked home in the last lap to win in a fast 4:26. With two laps to go in the 1000, Lacey took the lead from teammate Bob Hefford and finished strong in 2:18.1. His time was just shy of the Maine cage and N. U. records of 2:17.4 set last year by Dick Ollen. Carter continued his win spree and equalled the meet record of 5.5 in the 50-yard dash. In N. U. ' s eighth and final dual meet of the sea- son on March 5th, Rhode Island gave the Huskies Iheir closest match before bowing 61%-5534- Dave Settele paced the victory with 16 points, winning Ihe high and low hurdles, the pole vault and taking a third in the 300. Dick Carter tied the cage record in the dash at 4.9, and Tom Lacey again won both the mile (4:38) and the 1000 (2:23.9). A review of the year shows that the sophomores dominated the scoring. Dick Carter had six dash Renzi sets mark against Bates. Lacev takes mile event. Carter and Miller nip UConn. Dr. Ell takes in track meet. wins as against only two defeats. Each time he was beaten Carter finished second. Both of Carter ' s losses were to teammate Jack McCarthy. Tom Lacey compiled a record of five wins and one second in the mile and five wins, one second and one third in the 1000. Three times Lacey won both events, against Providence, Maine and Rhode Island. His only defeats in the 1000 were to Steve Wilkey of Tufts and N. U. ' s Bill Harrington and Bill Copson in the M.I.T. meet. Bob Hefford was beaten only once in the 600. Tufts ' Wilkey nipped him in the season ' s opener. After that he won seven straight. Miller, running in the 300, was the only un- beaten runner on the team. He finished first in five meets. Settele was the year ' s top scorer placing con- sistently in two or more events each week. Most of his points came from hurdle wins as he won this event six times. He also placed several times in the pole vault, the 300 and ran a relay leg. Graduating seniors are Bill Nelson, Larry O ' Connor. Paul Frazier, Charlie Lyons, Dick Bose, Dick Ollen, Ed Shea, Sal Mazzocca and Bob Belkin. Lacey holds off Providence miler. Maria and Settele match strides with Friar. First How: R. Eason, Swiriduk. DeRcsa, Lapierre. Nelson, ( " .apt. Ganci, O ' Rourke. Second Row: Coach Gallagher. DeWolfe, 0. O ' Rourke, Willi; chanan. Asst. Coach Connelly. Front: Skippy {Mascot). . MeCabe. Toyias. Hill. G. Korey. Priore, Biggar, Bu- BASEBALL By John Connelly DON EASON, playing the role of the fireman, led Northeastern ' s baseball team to its most successful season in its history. With the chunky little left-hander winning live games and coming in to save at least a half-dozen others, Captain Jim Ganci ' s boys chalked up 13 wins, a new high for a Husky nine. Fireman Don Eason, Eason appeared in 15 of the team ' s 19 games. In 813 3 innings he struck out an even 100 batters, also a new record. Don also dispelled the old theory about southpaws lacking control. He allowed only 21 bases on balls over the season. The weatherman threw a couple of curves at the start of the season and the first two games, as well as many valuable practice sessions, were washed out. When the club finally got rolling, it dropped the opener to Boston University, 3-2. The Terriers pushed across two runs in the ninth inning to spoil Eason ' s debut. Maine bowed, 7-1, for the first of the 13 wins the Huskies were to rack up. Bob Bigger picked up credit for the victory. A masterful pitching job by Eason made it two in a row. Bates was the victim in the 6-4 victory. The Husky ace scattered three hits while fanning 15 Bobcat batters. Tufts, behind its top pitcher, Fred Gerulskis, snapped the two-game win streak, 5-0. Gerulskis held Northeastern to two hits. The G-men drew 11 walks, but Gerulskis bore down in the clutches to prevent a score. Bigger put the Huskies back on the victory trail by pitching them to a 7-2 win over Worcester Polytech. Paul Kelley collected two hits to pace the nine-hit attack. Franny MeCabe and Joe DeRosa each drove in two of the Northeastern tal- lies. On May 1, the squad squared oil ' against M.I.T. in a morning-afternoon doubleheader. The morning game was a play-off of a game which was rained out earlier in the season. The Huskies and the Engin- eers split, each club winning by an identical 5-4 score. The victor in each case was playing on its home field, and to carry the coincidence even further, each game went 11 innings before being decided. In (he morning contest, Eason went all the way and limited the Engineers to five hits, while adding 10 more strikeouts to his record. Angie Toyias col- lected four hits, three of them triples, to lead the way in the club ' s 13-hit barrage. In the afternoon M.I.T. ' s Alan Hauser struck out 17 men. But it took an eleventh inning rally by the Techmen with two away to win. A last inning rally by a powerful Connecticut team handed the Huskies their second straight set- back. The Nutmeggers, with the aid of a couple of costly N. U. errors, scored six times in the ninth in- ning to break a 3-3 game wide open. Eason was the victim of the Connecticut uprising and lost the game, 9-3. He continued his amazing strikeout pace by fanning 10 L Conn hitters. It was Northeastern ' s turn for a ninth-inning comeback in its next time out. Brandeis appeared to have salted the game away by scoring four times in the top of the ninth to take a commanding 6-5 lead. But the G-men bounced back to score five times in their turn at bat to win the game, 10-9. The victory provided the spark which enabled the team to roll through its next six games without a loss. The streak continued when the Huskies regis- tered one of the season ' s most startling upsets. They shaded the champion Boston College Eagles by a score of 3-0. Eason fashioned a three-hitter, fan- ning nine Eagle bailers and issuing only one walk. plate after home run. George O ' Rourke and Clyde DeWolfe each had two hits to pace the team. It was in the next game, a return match with Bates, that Coach Gallagher came up with the for- mula which led to the record-breaking season. He decided to use his ace in relief roles. In the Bales game Eason came in to halt a Bobcat rally and save the game for Bigger. Dave Nelson, Toyias and De- Wolfe each had two hits in the 7-4 victory. The win streak continued as the Huskies downed Maine for the second time. Nelson and McCabe each registered a pair of safeties as North- eastern won, 6-4. Darkness halted the game at the end of the seventh. McCabe ' s perfect day at the plate paced the club to its next win. Fran ' s four-for-four perform- ance set the pace as the G-men walloped a highly rated New Hampshire nine, 10-5. The Wildcats jumped off to a fast four-run lead. Northeastern scored five times in the third and was never headed thereafter. The sixth win in the skein was chalked up A. I.C. player thrown out by three steps. McCabe ' s stretch heats B. U. runner. against Harvard. A single by DeWolfe in the ninlh inning drove in what proved to be the winning marker. DeWolfe ' s hit broke a 3-3 tie. In addition to his game-winning blow, DeWolfe picked up two other hits to be top man in the box score. In their next outing the Huskies managed to defeat an old nemesis, Tufts star hurler Gerulskis. The big Jumbo pitcher appeared to have the Indian sign on Northeastern again until Paul Kelley ' s pinchhit single. The utility outfielder slapped a ball into right centerfield driving in two runs. His blow ended the string of scoreless innings at 15 that Gerulskis had fashioned against the Gallaghermen. Bigger received credit for the 2-1 victory. The weatherman stepped in again to cool off the red-hot team at Massachusetts. The game which was started under dripping skies finally had to be called after only one inning of play. A heart-breaking loss to Boston College snapped the Northeastern win streak at seven. The Eagles registered an early tally against Eason and held on to win, 1-0. B. C. ' s Ed DeLorenzo held the Huskies scoreless. Nelson collected half of the Huskies four hits. Eason, pitching brilliantly in a losing cause, whiffed 13 of the Eagles while walking only two. An 11-inning battle with Brandeis wound up in a 4-4 tie. The contest had to be called because of darkness. Nelson starred at bat for the Huskies with three hits, including a long triple. Eason, mak- ing his sixth relief stint in succession, pitched five innings of scoreless ball, fanning seven of the Judges in the process. A five-run outburst in the first inning was all the team needed to take care of a visiting Army club. The Nomads, a team representing the 278th Begi- mental Combat Team at Fort Devens went down by ■a 5-2 score. Northeastern sent 11 men to the plate in the explosive first frame and coasted from then on. DeWolfe was the perfect leadoff man, landing on base on all of his four trips to the plate. The season ' s finale was a 9-1 win over American International College. In the history-making vic- tory, Eason made a little history of his own by whif- fing 15 of the Aces to raise his strikeout total to the century mark for the season. The entire team had a hand in this win as they rapped out 13 hits. For individual performance, Nelson, the team ' s captain-elect, led the hitters with a .353 average. He also scored 18 runs to be top man in that depart- ment. Among the pitchers, both Bigger and Dick Hill had 3-0 records to tie for the top percentage mark. McCabe, who made only three errors in 19 games, was the team ' s leading fielder. Graduating seniors of the team are: Captain Jim Ganci, Owen O ' Bourke and Hal Simonds. Eason throws B. U. batter out at first easily B. U. player slides under O ' Bourke ' s tag First Hon : Fitzsiinmons. Jervah, Kearns. Capt. Ayres. Brooks. O ' Rourke. Murphy. Second Row: Sykes. Bryant, Silva. Higgins. Reardon. Davis. Webb. BASKETBALL By Jack Sheehan A X inexperienced but gradually improving bas- - ■ - ketball team waded through a 21-game schedule and finished the season with five wins and 16 losses. Massachusetts, with five men hitting double figures, beat Northeastern 70-63 in the opener after impressive dedication ceremonies had opened Ihe new gym. Ayres topped the scorers with 18 points. Harvard was the second team to visit N. U. ' s new gym and was the second team to defeat the Huskies. Harry Sacks led the Crimson attack with 17 points, while Ayres ' 15 kept a poor shooting N. U. team in the game. The Huskies missed 18 out of 35 free throws and lost 61-49. A powerful Brandeis team walloped Northeast- ern 94-60 at Wallham. Five Judges hit double figures to lead their club to its 16th straight win. Brandeis held a huge 57-19 halftime lead. Brooks and Ayres topped the N. U. scoring with 18 and 12. The Huskies missed by a hair winning their first game as they pressed a favored St. Michaels team into two overtime periods before losing 74-70. Ayres, who fouled out in the first overtime period, led the scoring with 23. Brooks had 18. Another 20-point plus performance by Ayres featured the Huskies ' trip to Springfield, but the Gymnasts handed N. 1. its fifth straight loss 71-60. Ayres had 27 to lop the scoring. Playing on their old floor, the Boston Y.M.C.A., Ihe Huskies snapped their losing skein as they upset Ayres sinks driving layup against M.I.T. Coleman hooks from underneath as Ayres adds to record in B. ( ' .. contest. Boston University 61-60. Brooks and Ayres com- bined with 25 and 19 points to produce the win. The Terriers avenged the earlier one point loss by beating Northeastern 80-65 in their next meeting after the Christmas vacation. B. U. had four men in double figures as 6-8 Kevin Thomas led with 28. Ayres came through with one of his best nights scoring 29 points. Brooks had 15. Big Dimitry Vergun tossed in 35 points as M.I.T. dropped Northeastern 89-79. Both teams had four men in double figures, but inability to score from the foul line cost the Huskies the game. Captain Ayres was high man again as he netted 25. M.I.T. ' s Vergun and Brook s strain for rebound. Evl 1 pk! ff3fiWJ ■Ml ' " - aw JKt W == J 1 m x 1 ■■ B i ■ S mm. •■ m ■ Brooks had 20, Kearns 16 and O ' Rourke, returning to action, had 12. A team of race horses from the University of Bhode Island almost wore out the floor of the new gym as it outscored Northeastern 98-88. Once again both teams had four players scoring double figures. Bonnie Marozzi and Art Hellwig paced B. I. with 29 and 23, while Brooks and O ' Rourke had 25 and 24 for N. U. Ayres, who fouled out about halfway through the final period, scored 18 and Kearns 16. A visit to Medford brought the Huskies their ninth loss in 10 games. Tufts ' John Heneghan scored 27 points to lead the Jumbos to a 77-72 win. Ayres and Brooks both had 22 while O ' Rourke had 14 and Coleman 10. Northeastern evened the season ' s series with M.I.T. and snapped a four game losing streak as it rolled over the Engineers 82-57 at the N. U. gym. Ayres and Coleman were the top scorers with 22 and 20 as Coach Zabilski cleared the bench. O ' Bourke and Brooks chipped in with 16 and 12. One of the New England ' s top teams, the Uni- versity of Connecticut, visited the new gym after exam week and handed the Huskies a 72-44 troun- cing. Gordon Buddy and Art Quimby ran up a 43-18 half time advantage and UConn subs played most of the second half. Brooks led Northeastern with 12 points, while Ayres, shackled for the first time this season, scored six. A well-balanced Clark team took a 93-86 de- cision despite a brilliant scoring performance by Ayres and O ' Bourke. O ' Bourke had his best game of the season as he scored 30 points. Ayres was right behind him with 28. A highly regarded Colby squad handed North- eastern its 12th loss in 1 1 games 74-69. Four men hit double figures for each team. O ' Rourke was the top scorer with 19, Brooks had 16, Coleman 13 and K earns 12. Once again Ayres was stopped cold with only five points. The Huskies found their shooting eyes and up- set the University of New Hamphsire 92-83 for their third win of the year. N .U. held a two point halflime lead but picked up 10 points on the Wild- cats early in the second half. All five N. l T . starters hit double figures. Ayres was tops with 23. O ' Rourke and Brooks had 19. New Hampshire ' s great Billy Pappas was the game ' s top scorer w ith 25. Northeastern continued its high scoring ways as it grabbed a 100-94 overtime win from Brown. The Huskies held a 90-86 lead with only a minute and a half to play, but Ed Kincade converted a pair of free throws and scored on a driving lay-up to send the game into overtime. Foul shots by Coleman and O ' Rourke in the opening minutes of the extra period gave N. U. the lead. For the second game in a row all five Husky starters scored in double figures. Ayres led with 27, Kearns was next with 21, then O ' Rourke with 18, Brooks with 15 and Coleman with 10. Ed Tooley led the Brown scoring with 34. The Huskies traveled to Maine and returned with their 13th loss of the season as the Bates Bob- cats won 69-56. Ayres scored 15 points to put him within 34 of the scoring record. Back on their home court, the H uskies won their third game in four starts when they beat W.P.I. 71-60. Ayres ' 22 points paced N. U. and lefl him just 13 short of a new record. The Huskies went into Iheir third overtime game of the season and came out on the short end of an 83-76 score against A.I.C. Northeastern was [railing 70-64 with less than three minutes left. A jump shot by Davis made it 70-66. Then O ' Rourke lied the score on another jump shot and two foul shots with a minute lefl. Neither team scored in the final minute as Northeastern held (he ball for a last second shot that missed. A.I.C. grabbed a (puck three point lead in the overtime. O ' Rourke and Reams were N. U. ' s top scorers with 17, 16 and 1 5 points. Ayres was held to seven. Boston College beat the Huskies 84-69 in North- eastern ' s final home game. Ayres ' 24 points set a new school mark of 387. Northeastern closed the season with a 83-72 loss to Middlebury. Fifteen points by Ayres brought his mark to 402 points. Ayres ' 402 points marked the first time in N. U. history that a player had scored over 400. It also meant that this was the third time in four years that a baskteball scoring record had fallen. All five starters scored over one hundred points. Brooks and Kearns, who showed great improvement by the end of the season, finished with 313 and 228. O ' Bourke had 219 and Coleman 160. 76f 31f BS " J 82f 71 f 7Sf 88f B83 12 5B 33 77 3B 21 7g 84 50 40 at 5 81 80 70 BE 44 51 64 79 83 First row, left to right : Barisano. DeRosa, Hajjar, Korey, Cuddy. Watson (Cap!.), Toyias, Broadbent, Johnson, McCabe, Stoddard. Second row: Roberts, Hugge. Buckley. Igo. Kirk, Carter, Barber. HefTord. Higuera. Surrette, Medugno, Heffeman, Taylor, Kassabian. Third row: Filrnore, Parent. Fusco, Ferguson. Bucalo. Katz, Dawson. Bullis. Kurker, Whalen, Dolan. Fourth row: Johanson. DeFlaminis, Barton. Shinkevich. Hourihan, Smith, Cataldo. Benzi. Kaprelian. Maggio. FOOTBALL By Jack Driscoll f FOOTBALL lakes some weird bounces, but - ■ ■ few Northeastern fans realized how unpre- dictable the bounces could be until the 1954 season. A quick summary of the season shows that the Huskies got off to a slow start, hit their Notre Dame-like peak at mid-season, and ended with a shocker which loosened every window-pane in the new gym. When the final figures were added up, Coach Joe Zabilski had steered the team to its sixth Toyias sidesteps Connecticut defender. i - straight season with a better than .500 percentage in the win-loss column. In spite of a showing of four wins and three defeats, the Z-men missed an un- defeated season by only eight points. Captain Sid Watson led the veteran backfield in total offense. Watson scored 64 points, gained 643 yards in 119 carries and had a 5.3 rushing aver- age. In his final two years as a fullback, Watson piled up a total of 1411 yards for an average of more than 100 yards a game and earned for him- self the name of " Century Sid. " Two speed demons, Joe DeRosa and Angie Toyias, filled the halfback spots and drew wide ac- claim for versatility and dependability. Ralph Barisano, a cleft ball handler, directed the T and Split T formations from his quarterback slot and proved to be Johnny-on-the-spot many times with some sharp tackling from his defensive safety posi- tion. Phil Bucalo was the first man Coach Zabilski called on for a backfield replacement, and the big Albany fullback won a first team berth at mid-season before an injury sidelined him. End coach Mickey Walker had one of the best end squads in N. U. history including Lou Korey, Abe Hajjar, Fred Stoddard, and Tom Hourihan. The two big men on the team, Gene Renzi and Tom Cuddy, held down the tackle berths with capable support from sophomores Don Johanson and Bob Kaprielian. Line coach Ecio Luciano had good depth at the guard positions. His speedy foursome included little Fred Medugno, Hut Johnson, George Buckley, and Jim Kurker. Veteran Bob Broadbent held down the center slot with good reserve strength from Dick Igo. The season ' s opener found Northeastern pitted against one of the top small college elevens in New England, the University of Rhode Island. Prior to the game the Rhode Island Bam was abducted twice by N. U. students. When a Husky player first heard about it. he said, " They should have taken that other Bam, Pat Abbruzzi. " As it turned out, the player was right, because Abbruzzi ran rampant over the Huskies on his home field and led Rhode Island to a 13-7 win, the same score by which N. U. lost in 1953 to U. R. I. Captain Watson scored the Northeastern touch- down and kicked the point while little Joe DeRosa shone in the ball-carrying and tackling departments. Watson gained 73 yards in 18 rushes despite having no contact work for two weeks prior to the game because of a slight injury incurred in a scrim- mage. The following Saturday a small, but spunky Springfield team upset the Z-men, 14-13 as all the scoring was done in the first half. The Gymnasts relied on the accurate passing of quarterback Art Yacavone, who completed 11 of 22 passes for 177 yards. Yacavone threw passes for both Springfield touchdowns. DeRosa scored the first Northeastern touch- down in the first period on a brilliant 81-yard run. Center Rob Broadbent tallied the other when he fell on a bouncing pigskin in the Springfield end zone. Toyias tears loose from A.I.C. player. Bates tried in vain to hand the Huskies their third straight loss in the first N. U. home game, but with DeRosa and Watson scoring the touchdowns and Phil Bucalo pounding out the yardage, North- eastern came out on the long end of an 18-14 score. Bucalo, a surprise starter, caused the Bobcats to sit up and take notice as he ground out 91 yards in nine carries. Watson showed his versatility by spearheading the team to its winning touchdown from the quarterback position. DeRosa scored the first two touchdowns in the first and second periods. He tallied on a 61-yard pass play from Balph Barisano first and then on a 14-yard run in the second period. In the last period with Watson piloting the team in a driving rain, the Huskies drove 90 yards in nine plays with Watson finally bucking over from in close. Ralph Barisano hit his peak in the fourth game against American International as he figured in all four tallies in the 26-7 victory. UMass backer-up trips up Watson. N. U. pass intended for Toyias is knocked dowi Barisano passed to Watson for a score in the first period, set up the second with a pass to Joe DeRosa with Watson going over from the one, scored the third on a 54-yard run after intercepting a pass, and finally set up Phil Bucalo ' s touchdown with another pass completion to DeRosa. Both the offense and defense was clicking to perfection as Northeastern gained 313 yards on the ground while holding the Aces to a mere 51. Watson Co. went into the last home game with a record of two wins and two losses when the elusive football finally bounced their way. Hofstra, a newcomer to the schedule, invaded Northeastern Field with three easy victories under its belt. And it looked as if the New York team was on its way to another after its star Bill Sanford skipped 89 yards on a fake reverse of the opening kickoff to give the visitors a quick 7-0 lead. But Northeastern exploded in the second half after trailing 13-12 at the end of two periods, and Hofstra suffered a humiliating 39-13 loss. Angie Toyias scored first for the Huskies in the first period on a 51-yard jaunt to narrow the score to 7-6. But a freak pass play gave Hofstra a 13-6 lead when George Kondiloros snagged a deflected Owen Scanlon pass and scored from the N. U. 34. Hofstra had to sit back and watch in the second half as N. U. scored four more times. Toyias scored his second of the. afternoon, Watson and DeRosa continued their scoring exploits, and linebacker Dick Igo intercepted a pass and zig-zagged to the end zone 15 yards away to add insult to injury and send the fans home smiling. The Huskies traveled to Amherst the following weekend to play a University of Massachusetts team which had upset Harvard 13-7 earlier in the year. When the gun went off ending the game, even the UMass fans had forgotten the Harvard victory. The name of Sid Watson was on every tongue. The Husky captain led Northeastern to a 39-0 victory with the greatest performance of his career. Sid set a N. U. individual rushing record and scored twice. In the 18 times he carried the ball, Watson gained 193 yards. Ralph Rarisano also scored two touchdowns, both in the second period. Watson registered his two tallies in the first period. End Lou Korey scored on a 12-yard pass from Rarisano and sophomore halfback Dick Carter on an end run. Watson skirts Rhode Island end. Knrker blocks as Bncalo turns Bales end. ppjy % ' n WW -w 4 ■ End run l y DeKosa foiled against A.I.C Carter carries around end in I ' . The outstanding linemen of the day were Korey, Abe Hajjar, Howie Johnson and Gene Renzi. The UMass win was the fourth in a row for the Huskies, with the pigskin apparently bouncing their way at last. Suddenly it took another weird bounce as N. U. lost the season ' s finale to a previously winless University of Connecticut team 20-19. A crowd of nearly 8,000 showed up at the newly- built Connecticut stadium at Storrs. The tig turn- out seemed to be an inspiration to the hapless UConns as they marched 80 yards to a score after the opening kickoff. Watson tied the game a few minutes later when he crashed into the end zone on a one yard plunge. The Huskies took the lead in the second period. Angie Toyias dove over from three yards out to climax a 91-yard drive. Connecticut intercepted an N. U. aerial in the third period, and on the first play from scrimmage Mike Sikora broke through the N. U. line to score from 38 yards out. Ron Rymash kicked the point to give UConn a one-point lead. The Huskies came from behind for the secmd time late in the third period when Ralph Rarisano intercepted a Connecticut pass to set up Watson ' s second touchdown. Rut the home team got a break in the final period when N. U. fumbled the slippery pigskin, and Rymash recovered on the Huskies ' 30. Sikora scored again to tie the score, and Rymash kicked the point for Connecticut ' s first and only win of the reason. Northeastern had eight games scheduled for the season, but when St. Michael ' s of Vermont dropped football in the spring a vacancy was left the Satur- day preceding the Connecticut game. The open date was not filled, and N. U. played its usual seven-game schedule. Northeastern Field turned out to be lucky for Coach Zabilski ' s boys who wen I undefeated in ' 54 at Kent Street. Over a two-year period (1953 and 1954) North- eastern missed two undefeated seasons by a mere 14 points. Six members of the graduating class of ' 55 saw extensive service on the once-beaten 1953 squad. They were end Ron Sigmund, guard Jean Cham- pagne, tackle Bill Murphy, center Bob Rroughton, fullback Ed " Roots " ' Devaney and quarterback Bill Gochis. Watson falls inches short of TI) at ISliode Island. Hajjar. «itli Hales defender hanging on, awaits pass si ■ ■ LV :h ir -w Y - ; .% First Row : Bryant. Johnson. DeWolfe, Capt. Lally. Lawn, Williamson, Watson. Averill. Heerter, Johanson, Vorderer. Andrews, Cavanaiigh. Igo. Buckley. HOCKEY Bv Billv Dohern T HE Northeastern hockey team posted a seven - - and 14 record for the 1954-55 season. High- lights of the campaign were N. U. ' s late season surge and upset wins over Tufts and Princeton. Northeastern opened its 21 game slate with a 2-0 win against M.I.T. The Husky goals were scored in the first and third periods by Fred Vorderer and Richie Cavanaugh. Ivy League etiquette was at a minimum as Yale played host at their New Haven rink. The Elis beat N. U. 6-1 as Dick Andrews saved Northeastern Law n kicks out shot by Brown ' s Keefc. from a whitewash when he scored on passes from Dick Igo and Dick Smith. Harvard, an early season choice for the NCAA Tourney, tentatively proved it at the expense of the Huskies. The Crimson poured 11 goals past Don Whynot. Veteran Ted Williamson averted a shut- out with an unassisted score in the third period. The Ivy League jinx continued as Brown whipped Northeastern 8-3 at Providence. North- eastern held its own for two sessions, but the Bruins pulled away in the third. Husky scorers were Cavanaugh, Vorderer and Dave Bryant. Hanover, N. H. was the scene of one of the more frustrating games of the season for Coach Herb Gallagher ' s team. N. U. outskated and out- shot Dartmouth, but the third period jinx prevailed and the Big Green emerged the victor, 5-2. Indian goalie Gordie Russell was outstanding as he made 30 saves. Only Sid Watson and Vorderer were able to beat Russell. The squad returned to Boston and found the going no easier as Boston College scored a 9-0 win. This defeat by the Eagles extended the Husky losing streak to five straight after their opening win over M.I.T. Northeastern finally showed its offensive power against Boston University with an 8-4 win. Sopho- more Dick Johnson, with three goals, and Cava- naugh, with two, led the scoring parade. Captain Bob Lally contributed four assists. Reserve goaler Bill Lawn was a defensive standout with 35 stops. Regular net minder Don Whynot was rushed to the hospital for an appendectomy a few hours before the game. Little Dick Heerter " s goal at 19:47 of the third period plus some " Picardian " goal-tending by Lawn enabled the Huskies to scmeeze by Princeton, 3-2, at the Boston Garden. With the score tied 2-2. Heerter slapped home Johnson ' s rebound for N. U. ' s third win of the season. A last second score by Charlie Clinto gave Tufts a tight 5-4 decision. Territorial play and shots on goal were about even, but Tufts capitalized on numerous N. U. penalties and completed a long uphill fight on Cinto ' s winning marker. Cavanaugh scored twice for Northeastern while Vorderer and Lally got one apiece. N. U. and Harvard staged an old-fashioned Donnybrook at the Crimson ' s Cambridge rink, and although the Huskies showed their pugilistic su- periority, Harvard won the hockey game 6-2. The Providence Friars, newcomers to college hockey, pinned a 7-1 defeat on the Huskies who ex- tended their new losing streak to three. Dick Igo stood out in a losing cause as Dart- mouth downed N. U. 6-3, marking the second defeat at the hands of the Green this season. In a completely one-sided game, B. C. humili- ated Northeastern 11-2 at the Garden. Pi. P.I. , NCAA champions, shut out Northeast- ern 4-0, but the score does not tell the whole story. The game was a rough, closely played affair in which the Huskies were only outshot 25 to 17. Harvard, now definitely in the running for an NCAA bid, blasted N. U. 12-3 in the Beanpot Tour- ney opener. Bill Cleary, the East ' s top scorer, tal- lied five goals to pace the Crimson. In the consolation game the following night the Huskies lost a 3-1 lead to B. U. The Terriers finally came out on top, 4-3. Cavanaugh, Vorderer and George Buckley, a converted defen seman, scored for N. U. Brown beat Northeastern 9-4 in a contest marred by frequent fights. This was the ninth straight loss for N. LJ. Tufts fell victim to one of the season ' s top up- sets as the Huskies beat the high-flying Jumbos 5-4. This was " One of the most satisfying wins of the season, " according to Captain Lally. It marked the Cinto ' s shot turned aside by Lawn. Cavanaugh follows up shot against Tufts. First goal of season scored by Cavanaugh. Heerter triple-teamed in front of Harvard goal Itrvant shoots for e end of N. U. ' s nine game losing streak and the be- ginning of a four game win string. Husky hero was Buckley who scored the winning goal. A scheduled game at Waterville, Maine against Colby College had to be cancelled because of a heavy snowstorm. Norwich University provided the next opposi- tion, and N. U. won 5-4 at the Arena. Cavanaugh, Vorderer and Buckley accounted for four of the five Northeastern scores. M.I.T. proved no match for the rejuvenated Huskies. After spotting the Engineers three goals in the first period, N. U. roared back with 12. The final score read Northeastern 12, M.I.T. 5. Kleven Huskies shared in the scoring. The Northeastern hockey team rang down the curtain on its 1954-55 season by beating Boston University 7-4. " Bo " Averill, in his first year of college competition, scored twice to spark the Huskies. A four goal outburst in the final five minutes of the second period iced the game for N. U. Completing their last season were veterans Sid Watson, Ted Williamson, Clyde DeWolfe, Bob Smith and Captain Bob Lally. Individual scoring laurels went to sophomore Dick Cavanaugh with 28 points on 16 goals and 12 assists. Linemate Fred Vorderer, a junior, was second with 14 goals and 12 assists for 26 points. The dubious honor of " bad man " was earned by senior defenseman Ted Williamson who spent 34 minutes in the penalty box. Lally completed a streak of 72 consecutive varsity games in his four years. Graduating seniors are Charlie Booker, Jack Gilbody, Boy Kelley and Bill Doherty. Lawn foils Harvard seorin-; attempt a vn clears puck after save against Tufts ' Cinto. = N. U. A. A. By Charlie Lyons SOMETHING new was added to the track picture this year; the establishment of the Northeastern University Athletic Association. The organization was formed to take advantage of performers like Ed Shea, Dick Ollen, and Sal Mazzocca, who were ineligible for intercollegiate competition under the four year rule. These seniors were thus able to compete in open competition while wearing the school ' s colors. Biggest accomplishment of the N.U.A.A. was winning the New England A.A.U. Championship at Providence. The whole track team was entered as the N.U.A.A. and backed up the fine work of Shea who won the 3-mile run, Ollen who won the mile, and Mazzocca who won both the broad jump and the hop. step and jump. Nobody and nothing that has ever been done at the University caused such a stir of nationwide publicity for the school as did Dick Ollen ' s exploits. Dick, dubbed the mechanical rabbit by sports- writers, was used during the major indoor meets in Boston and New York to set a fast first half pace in the mile to enable such stars as Wes Santee to es- tablish world records. As things turned out, Ollen paced two world record miles on successive week- ends; Santee ' s 4:03.8 at Boston and Gunnar Niel- sen ' s 4:03.6 at Madison Square Garden. Ollen, a native of Cranston, B. I., leaves school with an impressive record behind him: IC4A indoor (4:20.1) and outdoor (4:15.4) mile champion, con- queror of Josy Barthel of Luxembourg (Olympic 1500 meter king) with a school indoor record of 4:16.8, school record holder of the half mile in 1 :53.9 the 1000 yd. run in 2:17.4, and his magnificent out- door school and New England mile record of 4:13.8. Ed Shea, the other half of the famed distance duo, has an equally impressive record. The slim runner from Dedham specialized in the distance grinds. In the annual New England Cross-Country Meet, he amassed successive finishes of third, second and first. Twice he won the indoor N.E.A.A.U. 3-mile run, his best time being a school record of 15:03.2. He also won the indoor IC4A 2-mile crown in 9:24.5. Three times he won the outdoor N. E. 2-miie title, leaving a meet and school record of 9:18.9 on the books. Bunning in the B.A.A. games at Boston Garden, Ed finished in fifth position with a school indoor mark of 9:10.9. Salvatore Mazzocca, the third member of the triumvirate is famed as a jumper. He scored con- sistently in the broad jump throughout his career. Sal placed in both the outdoor and indoor IC4A broad jump competition. Twice he won the outdoor N. E. broad jump and once the high jump. He also won titles in the N.E.A.A.U. jumps. Maz- zocca holds the school outdoor broad jump mark of 23 ft. 10J £ in. and the indoor mark of 23 ft. T ' g in. The greatest accomplishment of his career came in the 1952 National A.A.U. meet. Sal placed second in the hop, step and jump with an effort of 50 ft., 7 in., barely shy of the American citizen ' s record of 50 ft. IIV9 in. ■i ms, mas . ffljjfggg Giovanni. Spencer, Lacey, Coach Tatton, Capt. Ryan. Harrington, Martus CROSS-COUNTRY Bv Dick Ollen NORTHEASTERN ' S sophomore star-studded cross-Country team, led by Captain Dave Ryan and Tom Lacey, compiled an impressive four win-two loss record for the 1954 season. Wins against Rrown, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Worcester Polytechnic Institute were marred by a dual meet loss to Connecticut and a second in a triangular meet with M.I.T. and Tufts, the New England Intercollegiate Champs. In the first meet of the season, Tom Lacey, a sophomore transfer student from Holy Cross, led the harriers to a 15-50 victory over Rrown on the Franklin Park Course. Competing in his first cross-country race, Lacey ran doggedly at Captain Ryan ' s heels until the last 400 yards. He then pulle d in front and finished with a 12 second lead. The third place finish of sophomore George Dirago showed great improvement over his freshman form. He finished only two seconds behind Ryan. Bill Spencer, Pete Martus and Mack Giovanni, all sophomores, finished in that order to complete the clean sweep. The following week Captain Ryan led his team to a 21-34 victory over New Hampshire. Setting a smart pace for almost the entire distance, Ryan ran the nearest Wildcat into the ground one-half mile from the finish. Ryan ' s winning time was 28:48.5. Finishing second and third places were Huskies George Campot, a regular on 1953 ' s undefeated team and Rill Spencer. There were less than two seconds separating the first three runners. New Hampshire nailed down the fourth and fifth sports. Mack Giovanni and Rill Harrington sewed up the victory with seventh and eighth place finishes. Lacey was forced to drop out of the race because of stomach cramps. The Rams of Rhode Island were the next to fall beneath the Husky spikes. A 27-30 victory extended the streak to three for the season. It was also the eleventh straight harrier victory since the 1952 season. Bhody ' s Bill Hampson led the field home with N. U. ' s Mack Giovanni in second place. Ryan, Spencer, Lacey and Campot completed the scoring to wrap up the victory. Connecticut snapped the victory string at 11 with a 24-32 win. Three of the Nutmeggers crossed the finish line in front of Ryan. Lacey and Giovanni came in behind Ryan in fifth and sixth places re- ■1 166 spectively. Spencer and Campot came home in the eighth and ninth slots. The following Saturday Northeastern bounced back into the winner ' s column by shutting out Worcester Tech. The first seven N. U. runners put on an amazing display of team spirit in wrapping up the 15-50 win. They crossed the finish line arm-in- arm to give the Huskies a seven-way tie for first place. The top seven were: Ryan, Giovanni, Dirago, Harrington, Spencer, Martus and Campot. After running the first mile and a half with the pack, Coach Jerry Tatton ' s charges put on the pressure " ' en masse " covering the 3.7 mile course in 19:58. N. U. was in the middle of the scoring in a hard- fought triangular meet against M.I.T. and Tufts. Tech ' s Ray Smith paced the field over the Franklin Park course. The harriers season ' s finale was the New England Intercollegiate Championship race at Franklin Park. The runners, minus the services of 1953 champ Ed Shea, finished ninth out of a field 15 colleges. Lacey was the first Husky across the finish line and took 16th place. Ryan, Campot, Spencer, Harrington, Giovanni and Martus followed Lacey. Captain Ryan summed up the season when he said, " We had no stars on the team, but everyone gave his share toward making it a successful season. " Each week found someone different running at the front of the pack. If someone was sidelined by illness, another runner would step in to fill (lie gap. This was a team in the true sense. An even better season can be expected next year since no one will be lost through graduation or the four year varsity competition rule. Six of the first eight runners have two more years of competi- tion ahead of them. The other two, Ryan and Campot, have one more year left. At the joint Cross Country and Football ban- quet, Tom Lacey was elected to captain the harriers for the 1955 season. Tom, a business administration honor student, spent three years in the army. He has proved his effectiveness in events from the 220 up to, and including, the cross country four and a half mile run. The retiring captain, Dave Ryan, has had an outstanding record during his competitive career at Northeastern. He finished second in the Freshman New England Cross Country Championship and was 15th in the varsity New Englands in 1953 when Northeastern was nosed out by one point for the title by the University of Massachusetts. Ryan has a knack of producing when it counts, a quality which makes a good runner. Five former cross country runners are graduat- ing this year. Due to the ineligibility of fifth year students, they were unable to compete during the 1954 season. The seniors include former New England champion Ed Shea, perhaps the greatest distance runner in the history of Northeastern, Dick Ollen, Charlie Lyons, Larry O ' Connor and Bill kelson. They ' re off for the start of the New Englands. BiTTT ' -XfrLkl ' Asst. Coach Knap ton, Hus- Skiers Wintle, Hall, Thomps latioiial Trophy from Kay Fox, Brown captain. HUS - SKIERS By Mat I Rinfi T HK Hus-Skiers, one of the largest clubs at ■ ■ Northeastern with 130 active members, enjoyed one of its most active and successful seasons. The club consists of two parts: the ski team and the novices. The team won two meets and placed second and third in two others. Members of the 1954 team, coached by Jim Reid, were Warren Thompson, Andy Wimple, Art Hall, Bill Lee, Frank Dunnington and Charlie Miller. As a member of the New England Intercollegi- ate Ski Conference, the team raced against B. U., B. C, Tufts, Holy Cross, Princeton, M.I.T., Keene Teachers College, Brown and New England College. Thompson and Dunnington led the team to its Professor Perles leads the way. first win at North Conway in the Brown University Invitational Meet. This win brought the William Henry trophy to Northeastern. In February the Hus-skiers sponsored the an- nual Osborne Trophy meet at Big Bromley. N. U. surrendered the trophy to Brown. Thompson, with a third, and Hall, who finished seventh, were the Huskies top men. At Intervale, Northeastern made it two out of three by winning the Tufts Slalom. Thompson and Captain Lee paced the win finishing second and fourth. In the season ' s finale, for the Walter Foley Trophy, the team was edged by B. U. and Tufts. Thompson, Hall, Bill Kelly and Wimple were the Husky point getters. On February 8th, the club sponsored a showing of Warren Miller ' s " Symphony on Skis " — before 900 people at Alumni Auditorium. The annual Hus-skier Winter Carnival was held at Spruce Mountain, Jackson, N. H. on March 5th and 6th. Approximately 130 members and guests attended. A queen was chosen Saturday to reign over the weekend of skiing, skating, tobogganing and dancing. A torchlight slalom was the highlight of the weekend. Front: McCaffrey, Griffer ' . Co-Caotain Ostrom, Fox, Co-Captain Mikkelsen, Mineo. Rear: Lt. Col. Parkin. Petterson, Zieba. French. Black. M Sgt. Chatt.erton. Kelley. Cronan. Wyman. Capt. Jonah. RIFLE CLUB By Hank Nelson T HE membership of N or theas tern ' s Rifle Club ■ ■ has increased ten-fold in the past year with the completion of the new Physical Education Center and its modern rifle range. Four teams are now in competition. They are the varsity, freshman, H.O.T.C. and the girls ' teams. Besides these, there are more than one hundred members in the rifle club who fire just for pleasure. Prior to the completion of the new range, the 15-man varsity squad practiced at the South Ar- mory every Tuesday and Thursday. Under this handicap, the team ran up the unimpressive record _ f two wins and 1 7 losses. With the use of the new range, however, the learn has improved its record to 13 wins as against 7 losses. Most of the team competition is done by a postal match system, but N. U. won four matches fired shoulder to shoulder. The newly formed girls ' rifle team made great progress during its first year. Sophomore Jeanette Grubb was entered in the National Women ' s Three Position Championship match. As the result of efforts by the N. U. rifle club, plans are now being made for the formation of a Greater Boston Bifle League which would include N. U., B. C, B. IL, Wentworth, Harvard, Tufts, andM.I.T. Three shooters practice in new rifle range. Sergeant C.hatterlon checks targets. - +IV-C. YACHT CLUB By Gil Cox T7 0UR International " 12 " dinghies were pur- - - chased by the Yacht Club last Spring, which marked the first time that it has owned its own boats. The dinghies are kept at Mason ' s Point in Squan- tum. The varsity racing team had a second-place jinx during most of the season, winning only one regatta. The racing season started on Oct. 9 when the Huskies traveled to the Coast Guard Academy for a hept agonal meet at New London. A disquali- fication in the final race prevented a victory. Fleet Captain Barney Hathaway had a first, two seconds and a third going into the final race, giving the Huskies the highest total at that point. On Columbus Day Skipper Pete Coggin fin- ished first in his division during the regatta for the Oberg Trophy. However, one of the three N. U. skippers was unable to show up, and the victory went to M.I.T. This regatta is the only one sponsored by the Huskies. Invitations are extended to seven Boston area teams which compete for the Greater Boston Dinghy Championship. On Oct. 23, Captain Hathaway and Coggin led the team to second place in a hexagonal regatta for the Franklin J. Lane Trophy at Tufts. The hosts were unbeatable that day and walked away with the victory. The second place jinx was finally broken on Oct. 24 when the Huskies won the NEISA team racing preliminaries at M.I.T. In the morning N. U. beat Bowdoin in three consecutive races. In the afternoon the Huskies had to win the last two races to take M.I.T. by a 3-2 decision. The four skippers were Hathaway, Coggin, Gil Cox and co-skippers Paul McHugh and Don O ' Brian. Two weeks later the team traveled to Coast Guard for the Fowle Trophy and the team racing finals. The Huskies won two out of three of the races and were topped only by the victorious hosts. The one loss was in the first round against M.I.T., a team the Huskies had beaten in the eliminations two weeks before. However, the next day the Red and Black defeated Middlebury in two consecutive races and nosed out Tufts in two out of three races. The freshmen had three capable skippers in Bob Bloomquist, Bob Clark, and Bruce Murray. On Oct. 16 the freshmen won a dual race against Babson. In the NEISA team racing eliminations the frosh finished second behind Brown, qualifying for the finals at M.I.T. on Nov. 6-7. The Nickerson Trophy was won by Brown with Middlebury second and the Northeastern freshmen third. Professor James W. Mavor took over the posi- tion of faculty adviser this year and was instrumental in obtaining the new boats. He hopes to broaden the activities of the Yacht Club so that it will appeal to the less skillful sailor as well as those interested in racing. The Helmsmen ' s Hop was held for this pur- pose on Feb. 5 with Norm Tulin spinning the discs for the yachtsmen. A spring banquet also was planned. The Yacht Club has had a shore school for many years to teach the rudiments of sailing to the non-sailors. Efforts were made this year to get more of the racing team to teach the classes of this school. The plan turned out quite successfully. N. L . dinghies come about Yacht Club members enjoy Helmsmen ' s Hop. » ' ■■ ijjp ,: p: Hi Mi M IP mQ m [I NIGHT ... = PHYSICAL EDUCATION CENTER " VTlGHT and day throughout its first year of ■•» operation, Northeastern s Physical Education Center was in constant use by students and faculty alike. The SI, 750, 000 plant opened its doors with im- pressive dedication ceremonies December 1th. crowd of 1400 in Alumni Auditorium heard Dr. Nathan Pusey, Harvard president, discuss " Ath- letics in Education " and then moved into the new gym for the season ' s first basketball game with Massachusetts. Earlier in the day the rifle range and the track were christened when Went worth was beaten by the rifle team and the track team topped M.I.T. and Tufts. The center has enabled the University t o greatly expand its physical education and training programs. It has been a boon to varsity and fresh- man athletic teams, but above all it has become an essential facility in the complete education of all students. ural Basketball AND DAY . . . Trampoline action JOHN A. VOLPE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 54 EASTERN AVE., MALDEN, MASS. Builders of the Northeastern University Physical Education Center i 174 } Electronics ' rr zk - " • an : ' ? " t New Economic Backbone of New England Electronics, the fastest-growing major indus- try in the nation, was destined to be cen- tered in New England. New England, with its many excellent universities and technical schools, its great research laboratories and engineering firms, and its abundance of intelligent workers with a high average of education, has looked increasingly to the electronics industry for a new backbone of economic strength. Just as the region holds great promise for the industry, so the electronics industry holds great promise for New England and for the world. Whosoever links his future with electronics, links it with certainty to action and to opportunity. RAYTHEON RAYTHEON MANUFACTURING COMPANY WALTHAM • NEWTON, MASS. Z 9 C £ p L L e n C ' The BRADFORD HOTEL appreciates The continued patronage of Northeastern University and its .student body Compliments of the ROOSEVELT PHARMACY . ' 587 Huntington Ave. Compliments of LEO HIRSH, INC. Quality Clothiers " 2.50 Huntington Avenue Boston Massachusetts 175 } CONGRATULATIONS TO THE MEMBERS OF THE GRADUATING CLASS OF NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY H. P. HOOD SONS Quality Dairy Products SINCE 1846 Join Us At . . . HUNTINGTON AVE. hnsoriC Just Above - N. U. - Private Dining Rooms for Meetings and Smokers Open 0:00 A.M. to 1:00 A.M. Owned anrl operated by Paul M. Herbert ' 35 B.A. HOTEL STATLER BOSTON Home of the Beautiful Terrace Room Cafe Rouge Veranda DINNER and SUPPER DANCING NAME BANDS D. B. 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