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o py » For Reference Not to be taken from this room mil • 13 I i i II it. NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES DUPL 3 9358 01423839 5 ■ -UG iiO ! " : ' ' ' - ' NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS t957 Jack Carp editor-in-chief Matthew Ring associate editor-in-chief John Mullin Richard Powers managing editors Lewis Bushnell business manager Carol Greene sports editor N. Loring Webster Dorothy Robinson senior picture editors Lawrence Blumsack Joseph Murray photographic editors Prof. Everett C. Marston faculty adviser ( pttent Dedication President ' s Message eight Memoriam ten Class History eleven Seniors twenty-six Administration and Faculty one hundred and twenty-two Activities one hundred and thirty-four Sports one hundred and sixty-six Spring-Summer Supplement one hundred and eighty-six Advertising two hundred and four HAROLD WESLEY MELVIN ' ' What greater or better gift can we offer the republic than to teach and instruct our youth. " — Cicero 2 edu TT IS A pleasure to dedicate the 1957 Cauldron to • ■ Harold W. Melvin a man who has devoted 37 years to the service of Northeastern University. This year brought to a close but one phase of his long career — that of Dean of Students, a position he held for 28 years. The Dean will now concentrate upon his duties as Professor of English. Dean Melvin, a resident of Milton, graduated Phi Beta Kappa, from Boston University in 1915 with a bachelor of arts degree in English and History; he also holds a Master ' s degree in English. He joined the Uni- versity faculty in 1920 as an instructor in English and a year later was appointed assistant professor and chair- man of the department, a position he held until 1943. In 1922, the Dean was appointed full professor and in 1926 became Director of Student Activities. In 1929, he became the first Dean of Students. His many activities extend beyond the University in civic, literary and educational organizations. He is a member of the National Council of Teachers of English, the Modern Language Association, the College English Association, both the National and the Eastern Associa- tions of Deans of Men, the Massachusetts Civic League, and the Masons. For 25 years, he has been treasurer of the New England Poetry Club. The Dean is a noted scholar of Shakespeare, a course he has taught for many years at Northeastern. In addi- tion to his American literature and Shakespeare coiuses, he will teach a new course on the understanding and appreciation of poetry. The Dean will be remembered by the graduating class for his enthusiasm for all phases of university life, for his boundless energy, for his good nature, for his personal interest in the students. For these reasons, this volume is dedicated to Harold W. Melvin, with the k ' nowledge that his experience and wisdom will continue to be a vital part of Northeastern University. " jZL W4i. ' T HIRTY-EIGHT years ago Joseph Spear came to - - the New England Co-operative College of Engineer- ing, which consisted of three small rooms in the YMCA, as an assistant professor of mathematics. One year later, in 1920, he became the Chairman of the Department. This year he retired from that capacity at the same school, but now called Northeastern University. " Joe " Spear has been described by many of his col- leagues as a mathematical hurricane who can make even a backward student pay attention and learn to like his class. He loves teaching, mathematics, and people, and found all three of them here. Prof. Spear, now living in Brighton, was born in Boston ' s West End in 1891. He went to grammar school at Phillips on Beacon Hill until his family moved to Maiden. He graduated from Maiden High School in 1909 and went on to receive his AB degree from Har- vard in 1913, and did graduate work at Harvard and Boston University. In 1933 he received his master ' s degree from Boston University. He found his home among the students at the University. He was made the first Director of Student Activities and used the position to establish extra-cur- ricular aaivities on a sound basis. The Northeastern Band, a number of other musical organizations, and several of the first fraternities were products of his versatile mind. Athletics at the school have always been a major in- terest to the busy math professor. He has seldom, if ever, missed a Husky football game. Track and field are his main interests in the athletic field, however. For several years he has been the clerk at both the BAA and K of C track meets in Boston Garden. He is a member of the American Mathematical Society, the Mathematical Society of America, the Amer- ican Association for the Advancement of Science, the Association of Teachers of Mathematics in New Eng- land, the American Society of Engineering Education, and the 301st Field Artillery Association. To " Joe " Spear, and a strong nucleus of loyal faculty members like him who have remained at the University through the years and are still teaching today, belongs much of the credit for the true " spirit of Northeastern " — a spirit not only symbolic of the rapid growth of the college, but to a large extent, also responsible for it. ' ' ' ' Those having torches will pass them on to others. " — Plato JOSEPH SPEAR %e iccCe(i " Tfte e To the Class of 1957: I am happy to have the opportunity through the pages ot the Cauldron to congratulate each of you upon the completion of your college work and t o wish for you a bright future filled with happiness and achievement. As I write this message, the Commencement Exercises yesterday in the Boston Garden are very clear in my mind. You, like other classes which have gone out from Northeastern University, reached your goal through diligent hours of study, varied experience in Co-operative Work assignments, and, on many occasions, great personal sacrifice. In this general pattern of college life, you have shared with those classes which have gone before and the many which will follow you, but as members of the Class of 1957 you are as unique in the life of your Alma Mater as are the individuals which make up any family group. You will find recorded in this Cauldron the history of your undergraduate life — incidents and experiences which will mean much to you in the years to come and which will enrich your memories as the years move on. Those of us at the University who remain as faculty members or in other capacities bid you farewell now and will welcome you back as you return to visit Northeastern. We are especially happy to welcome you into the larger University relationship where, as alumni, you will give Northeastern its continuity. You will represent N.U. everywhere in the land; you will mark the standard of conduct and the level of achievement of the University. One of our contemporary poets has written the lines: " Lend me the stone strength of the past, and I will lend you the wings of the future. " Northeastern, standing on the foundation stone of the past, will continue to grow as its physical needs are met and its ideals achieved. It must certainly grow in endowment and continue to improve its educational standards and its service to youth and to the community. My wish for you, the members of the Class of 1957, is that the education and experience which you have already gained may mark the starting point from which the wings of the future will carry you to heights far beyond your fondest dreams. CARL STEPHENS ELL A.B., M.S., Ed.M., Sc.D., LL.D., L.H.D. PRESIDENT OF NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY in iHemoriam GEORGE WESLEY TOWLE June 10, 1889 — July 26, 1957 Professor George Towle, recently retired from the Department of Co-operative Work, faithfully served Northeastern University for thirty-one years. Joining the Northeastern family in 1923, Professor Towle saw a total of fifty co-operative employing firms rise to more than six hundred. He was a graduate of the University of New Hampshire, class of 1912. He was associated with the Roxbury Boys ' Club from 1917-1919. A member of the American Society for Engineering Education, the Engineering Societies of New England, Society for the Advancement of Management, Professor Towle also served as faculty adviser to Nu Epsilon Zeta fraternity. A man of genial personal qualities and great ca- pacity for friendships, he was much beloved by the hundreds of students who came under his counselling as undergraduates on the co- operative plan. Even though retired, Professor George Wesley Towle ' s presence from the Northeastern family will be sorely missed. Requiescat in pace. ( ia4 c tatcf FRESHMAN YEAR It all started on a September day in 1952. That was enrollment day for 1075 freshmen of the Class of 1957. The Northeastern University that greeted them that day was a much different one from the one they were to leave on a June day five years later. That fall saw the dedication of the Library Building and the beginning of construction on a long-awaited Physical Education Center. Northeastern was expanding rapidly, and not only in its physical plant for President Ell announced that a College of Education would soon be established. The freshman year was an eventful one. King Husky IV was crowned amidst accompanying pomp and cir- cumstance while a thousand students looked on. Dr. William C. White was named to succeed retiring Vice- President Everett Churchill. To say that Dr. Churchill was in charge of the building program at Northeastern is all that need be said. The results of his efforts remain behind him to provide sufficient testimony to his un- tiring work on behalf of the University. In a move that attracted little attention at the time, Coach Zabilski announced the shift of one Sid Watson from a guard position to fullback. " Century Sid " Watson was to set a school record for yards gained rushing one year later. Professor Eugene J. Blackman, director of the Silver Masque, announced that My Sister Eileen would be the dramatic group ' s first production of the student year. The R.O.T.C. scheduled its first Military Ball for February. The big event featured Cindy Lord as an honorary colonel. Dr. Gilbert Garland was named to head up the Admissions Department, and the football team wound up the season with a 4 and 3 record. In the winter elections, Joe Higgins beat out Fred Shea by a 184-133 margin, and Ray Pickard, one of the finest collegiate goalies anyone has seen was sparking the Husky icemen to some spendid hockey. Continuing a long tradition of fine drama, the Silver Masque performed The Night of January 16 in Alumni Auditorium. On the unpleasant side, a tuition increase was an- nounced to the then preposterous figure of |220 a term for Engineers, and §200 for non-Engineers. Main entrance to the Godfrey Lowell Cabot Physical Education Center. eleven Ground breaking for the Phys-Ed Center. Dr. Ell throws first ball in the newly opened gym. For the first time in its history, the Cauldron was entered in the National Yearbook Competition, an in- dication of the rapid strides the yearbook was to take in the years just ahead. Jack Lapsley was named captain of the Husky grid- sters for the 1953 season at the annual football banquet, and Dr. EU announced plans to double the size of the bookstore. For the second successive season, Ray Pickard was named to the AU-American Hockey Team. The spring elections saw all three upperclass presi- dents repeat as Thomas Barrett, Bill Murphy, and Joe Kirk returned to office. Alumni Day at Northeastern and the cornerstone was laid for the new Physical Education Center, while at Symphony Hall, at the Annual Alumni Convocation, Governor Christian A. Herter was urging a more active interest in government. A very entertaining musical charmed audiences at the Silver Masque ' s presentation of Finian ' s Rainbow, another feather in the cap of the dramatic group. The university was shocked and saddened at the sud- den loss of a man who had been dear to a generation of students. Professor Winthrop E. Nightingale, director of the Department of Co-operative Work, who died sud- denly. The llniversity Board of Trustees announced that the Law School was to be closed, while Professor Joseph Crane was named to succeed Dean Nicholson as Dean of the Law School in the interim. Coach Zabilski instructs two students in gym ' s Wrestling and Tumbling Room. twelve mSKm h i HHmllk- ' . ' jJl OL ' " oSs Baseball Commissioner Ford Frick points m p I ,ll|UL- , n- lit iirsr world series. A phys-ed class in progress on the main courts of the gym. SOPHOMORE YEAR Veterans began to reappear in great numbers as the Class of 1958 registered in September of 1953. Of the 1400 freshmen who registered, some 300 were veterans, mostly of the Korean War. Professor Roy Woolridge was appointed director of the Department of Co-operative Work. In another faculty change, the Engineers had a new dean, as Pro- fessor Alfred Ferretti replaced Dean William Alexander, who was granted a year ' s leave of absence to do research at Du Pont. Sid Watson starred in the varsity football opener, but despite the spectacular efforts of " Century Sid, " Rhody won 13 to 7. Coach Zabilski ' s team shrugged off the setback and went on to win all of the remaining games. Professor Everett C. Marston, adviser to the North- eastern News and the Cauldron, had his first novel, Take the High Ground, ready for publication. Colonel Price was honored at a colorful farewell review, and Colonel Harris succeeded him as Military Science Director. Pro- The Library Building at night. fessor Sidney Herman became the adviser to the Husky Key, succeeding Professor Frank Lee. Coach Jerry Tatton ' s Husky harriers scored an im- pressive 50 to 15 victory over Tufts, to become North- eastern ' s first undefeated team. The Tatton men lost in the New England ' s despite a great individual effort b) ' Ed Shea. In footbaU, Coach Zabilski won the Coach of the Year Award, and Watson and Ryan were elected to captain the 1954 gridsters. United State Senator John F, Kennedy was the speak- er at the year ' s second convocation. The popular young Senator spoke out against voter apathy. The Student Council suspended the Who ' s Who, but continued its efforts to select a new Alma Mater. The R.O.T.C. set up plans to establish a Scabbard and Blade Students browse through the first floor stacks. fourteen Scholars at work ind floor reading room. Society Senior R.O.T.C. students were faced with the threat of a delay in receiving their degrees due to rigid training requirements. On the bright side of the mili- tary picture, the annual Military Ball was attended by more than a thousand people. The Silver Masque followed its successful production of Philadelphia Story with a second hit, ]oan of Lorraine. The basketball team finished the season with an 11 and 8 record, as Joe Wetzler set an N.U. scoring record. OUen and Shea won the one and two mile race respec- tively ir. the IC4A meet. The Hus-Skiers won the Osborne Trophy, symbolic of skiing supremacy in the New England Intercollegiate Ski Conference. The viaory gave N.U. the coveted trophy for the first time since 1948. The Hus-Skiers crowned their successful season with the Annual Winter Carnival. The Sophomore-Middler prom captivated a large turnout at the Hotel Continental. The Silver Masque scoted with its presentations of Allegro and Born Yesterday, and the Neu ' s scored a hit with its April Fool ' s Day edition, " The Motheaten Gnu. " A ft ' end and educator, one of the university ' s found- ers, Dr. Frank Speare, passed away. Dick Ollen was recipient of the Athlete of the Year Award, and the News named Iron Man Fran McCabe as the University ' s Most Impiove d Player. An impromptu conference in a third floor classroom. Noon hour in the Cabot Reading Room. A drawing class meeting in one of the many specially equipped fourth floor classrooms. The Librars ' s second floor reading room. MIDDLER YEAR The year got off to a spirited start when a band of N.U. hopefulls abducted the Rhode Island mascot, a ram, and held him captive for over a week. A little investi- gation by the University revealed PBA as the ram-nap- pers. Rhody avenged itself by once again topping N.U. in the varsity grid opener. The rapidly expanding university physical plant reached another long-awaited goal with the opening of the ultra-modern Physical Education Center. Dr. Ell ' s announcement that the Sylvania building was to be re- modeled for educational purpose indicated that the dy- namic building prog ram at Northeastern University was to be continued. Dr. Russell J. Humbert, President of DePau Uni- versity, Dr. Ell ' s alma mater, was speaker at the season ' s opening convocation. The football rallies were moved into the new cage. On the gridiron itself. Captain Sid Watson was off to another spectacular season. Sid ground a record break- ing number of yards as the Z-men romped over UMass, 39 to 0. A puppy nearly stole the show as the Silver Masque opened its season with a stellar performance of The Barretts of Wimpole Street. Gene Renzi and Tom Lacey were elected captains of the football and cross country teams, respectively. The footballers lost the season ' s finale, a 20 to 19 heartbreaker to the UConns to finish with a 4 and 3 record. The new Phyiscal Education Center was dedicated Chess is a popular spcirt in the Student Center ' s Edwards Lounge. Dean Havi ce leads the weekly services in Bacon Memorial Chapel. Registration forms are filled out in one of the Center Building ' s fourth fl Ninth Week Blues. Heart of the Student Union, " Mother " Chartier. on December 4, 1954, with Dr. Nathan M. Pusey, Pres- ident of Harvard Universit) ' , delivering the main address. The five-man class board system went into eflfect as the year, 1955, became a reality. Senior Class President Harry Watts stated that it was " a step toward a complete democracy in student government. " The new year was greeted with scores of activities, including a blood drive sponsored by the Sradent Union, the Masque ' s presentation of The Male An ' mial, and one of the biggest publicity ' campaigns ever seen at N.U. featuring the Sophomore-Middler Prom, " Mood Indigo. " The successes of the month of January were topped by the announcement that a new Classroom-Laboratory Building was on the drawing boards and construction would begin in the spring. Pat Roche starred in a Tufts College presentation of Picnic, and here at N.U., the Masque was rehearsing for Paint Your Wagon, a muscial which was to be at- tended by a recordlbreaking 2500 and amaze the audi- ence with its professional calibre. The Ski Carnival overflowed Spruce Mountain Lodge. Ed Ayres became the first N.U. hoopster to score more than 400 points, and Iron Man Bob Lally completed a string of 75 consecutive hockey games. The R.O.T.C. Ball overflowed the Sheraton Plaza, and " Mood Indigo " drew a capacity throng to the Hotel Continental. Two former Northeastern stars, John " Tinker " Con- nelly and James Bell, were appointed varsity baseball and hockey coaches, respectively. The new appointments were necessitated by the promotion of Professor Herbert A scene from " South Pacific " on the stage of the Al umni Auditoriun eighteen Gallagher to the head of N.U. ' s rapidly expanding physi- cal education department. Also on the sports page was the announcement of the election of Dick Brooks to the captaincy of the basketball team and George Buckley to lead the hockey team. Northeastern ' s two winningest runners, Ed Shea and Dick Ollen, closed their brilliant college careers. The Middlers began a drive to raise funds to dedicate a room in the Classroom-Laboratory Building to the memory of their late classmate, James R. Connors. The Student Union Lounge became the David F. Edwards Lounge. The Silver Masque ' s final performance of the season, My Three Angels, climaxed another successful year for Professor Blackman ' s troupe. Tom Walsh and Sona Norian were recipients of " Eugenes " as the Masque ' s top actor and actress of the year. The Eason twins, Don and Ron, and Dick Carter were selected for the Greater Boston All-Star Team. Bob Ercolini was elected as captain of the ' 56 baseball team, Charlie Miller was named Athlete of the Year, and Bob Hefibrd won the Neivs M.I.P. award. Making a careful investment. Student Councilors tally the vote. Morning in the University Commons. fpmeteen JUNIOR YEAR September at N.U. brought another harvest of bright, young, expectant faces. This year, 1320 freshmen reg- istered. Space in the parking lot and in the commons was at a premium. As is the case every fail, the football team stole the spotlight from all other student activities. This year was an outstanding one for Husky football fans, for after a 13-13 tie against Rhode Island in the opener, they saw their favorites go undefeated until the final game when they were beaten by a classy UMass eleven to dose the season with a 4-1-1 record. Captain Gene Renzi led the Huskies in the field while fullback Phil Bucalo was one of the nation ' s leaders in the all-im- portant ground gaining department. The Husky Key came up with a colorful new idea when it announced plans to sponsor a Mayor of Hunting- ton Avenue election. The idea called for the election of a student mayor on a basis of purchased votes. " Honest Pete " Moloney was the first Mayor of Huntington Ave- nue, carried into office by a wave of believers in his poignant slogan, " More Boloney with Moloney. " Dr. Ell prepares the cornerstone for Hayden H Everybody gets into the act to help break ground for Hayden Hall. g » Before lonj; the steel framework was up, and then The Silver Masque presented Ah, Wilderness to capacity crowds at Alumni Auditorium. The time of year had come for the annual sports awards, and Don Eason, Phil Bucalo, Charlie Miller, Eddie Ayres, and Richie Cavanaugh received most val- uable player awards for baseball, football, track, basket- ball and hockey respectively. The final cornerstone was laid for the Classroom- Laboratory Building, the latest edition to the twelve million dollar original quadrangle. Sid Watson made the grade as a professional football player as fullback for the Pittsburgh Stealers and some- how managed the amazing feat of carrying a full B.A. curriculum between flights back and forth to the Na- tional Football League cities. In the December eleaions, Don Micale, Walter Lee, and Sidney Freeman were elected to the Student Council to represent the Class of 1957 in student politics. The Silver Masque treated drama-lovers to another sparkling performance when they presented Arthur Miller ' s gripping All My Sons. A feud flared up between rebellious elements in class government and Student Council authority over a matter cf constitutional law regarding the regulation of Class Board activities. The News began to sponsor weekly press confer- ences and it introduced a new feature section and a cross-word puzzle. Popular Bob Kates was re-elected as Student Council President. A sellout audience thrilled to the Masque ' s presenta- tion of Rodgers Hammerstein ' s South Pacific, com- paring it favorably with the original long-run Broadway production. Unexpected but welcome were the March blizzards that forced the university to close its doors for the first time since " Hector was a pup. " Commissioner Ford Frick and many other notables appeared on the Huntington Avenue scene to aid in the dedication of a plaque at the Physical Education Center, commemorating the site on which the first World Series was played. The new Classroom-Laboratory Building continued to take shape and remodeling was begun in Richards HaU to accommodate the changes necessitated by the two floor corridor to the new structure. it was a short wait for completion. H SB 99 II IB |B IH i|g = = ' ■■ ■■8 III Everyone was pleased to learn that Senator Ken- ned) ' would be the speaker at the forthcoming com- mencement exercises. The Class of 1957 held its Junior Dinner-Dance early in June, and the enjoyable affair filled the Sherry- Biltmore with a capacit) ' crowd of 250 delighted couples. Engineer Bill Murphy ' s lovely date was chosen Prom Queen. The Silver Masque put the stopper on another fine season with its production of the suspenseful Did " M " for Murder. Hayden Hall open for business. The evening division found a new home, courtesy of S. S. Kresge. Architect ' s-eye view puts it all together from an angle untenable by a camera. SENIOR YEAR The finale arrived with its usual hordes of new frosh, football games and fraternity foolery. A Dixieland jazz concert ushered in the contest for a Mayor of Hunting- ton Avenue. Jack Griffin won the fund raising fete by selling more five cent votes than the other six con- testants. PBA had to share top honors with SPA in the kick- off football rally. In the sports opener, Rhody edged Northeastern 13-12 while Princess Shawnda reigned for her second year as mascot. Bob Kates, Student Council prexy, was named cadet regimental commander of the Corps of cadets. SPA started moving into its new sixteen room house in Jamaica Plain. Politically, the International Relations Club cele- brated its silver anniversary and the History-Govern- ment Department election poll picked Eisenhower and Whittier to win the fall elections. Inauguration of Mayor of Huntington Avenue, Jack Griffin. Civil Engineers en route to the well surveyed Fens via the quad. iwenty-three A full Greenleaf Parking area. " Sell before you lose your shirt. " Her Kc.uai Hi.i;hncss, Prin.ess Shawnda The Silver Masque scored another hit with new- comer Charlie Bennett in the lead of Onr Town. Later in the year, Director Blackman found himself with a new casting problem as two frosh co-eds vied for the lead in Kiss Me Kate. The trustees announced the official names for Hayden Hall and the Godfrey Lowell Cabot Physical Education Center. The total acreage of the campus went to sixteen acres with the purchase of an apartment building on Forsyth Street. Dean McDonald was named successor to retiring Dean of Students, Harold W. Melvin. Math Professor, Christopher Kennedy, became the new Dean of Fresh- men. AFCEA members produced a movie for their annual convention. The group was also cited as the outstanding chapter in the country. Sports enthusiasts breathed easier when Coach Zabilski refused Columbia ' s coaching offer. The Class of 1957 prepared itself for Senior Week and Commencement. The final fling for the senior class would bring to an end the undergraduate careers of more than six hundred. At the same time, this festive week would begin a whole new life for these same graduates. Farewell Fifty-Seven. Last shot of a fearless photographer. tueiity-four ■M ff ; College of twenty- usmss M MstratioH Roger S. Hamilton Dean of the College of Business Administration Honor Graduates Class Marshal ALBERT STEWART BIRRELL With Highest Honor ALBERT STEWART BIRRELL FREDERIC CASALI JOHN JOSEPH SCANLAN, JR. With Honor GERALD DAVID BLOOMSTEIN JOHN ROLAND CULLEN IVAN GEORGE EAGLESON ALFRED MORTON FALTHZIK HENRY RICHARD FOUCHER DAVID MORSE GIBSON WARREN KEITH GILLIS ARTHUR L. JOHNSTON WALTER GORDON LEE RALPH EDWARD LONGOBARDI JAMES CLARK MANNING JOHN HENRY MULLIN JOHN JOSEPH REBELLO GEORGE SAMUEL SARADOS WENDELL CLARK SHIMEL GEORGE JOHN TSOUTSOURAS twenty-nine JOSEPH MICHAEL AGLIO, JR. 190} Sycunoie Drive Orlando, Florida Accounting " Joe " — ?hi Gamma Pi — Accounting Soc. 2 Work Record: MKM Knitting Mills; Filene ' i 4. 5 — Co-op ■Jack " — Sigma Kappa Psi 2. 3 (Compt.), 4- I.ist — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — Accounting Soc. Scholarship. JACOB ALPERT 47 Tennis Road Mattapan, Mass. Accounting ■ Freshman Honor 3, 4 — Edwards RICHARD KENNETH ANDERSON 21 Hancock Street Dorchester, Mass. Accounting " Andy " — Married — Freshman Honor List - - Dean ' s List JOHN BRADFORD ATKINS, JR. 29 Beach Street Wollaston. Mass. Business Management Married — One Son — Service Record: U.S. Navy 1952-56 — Co-op Work Record: New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.; R. H. Stearns. ROBERT WAYNE AUSTIN Mattauainkeag. Maine Business Management " Bob " — I.R.C. 4 — S.A.M. 1951-53. -Service Record: L ' .S. Army RICHARD CHARLES BARROWS 26 Browning Arenue Dorchester. Mass. Industrial Relations " Dick " — Sigma Kappa Psi — Football 1 — Student Union 2, 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M. — Co-op Work Record: Mason-Neilan Regulator; Alden Engineering Co. ; Goodyear Tire Rubber Co. Ik lUIRTON FRANKLIN BAUM 125 Franklin Street Maiden. Mass. Accounting " Burt " — Married — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — Soc. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 3, 4, 5 4, 5 — Distinguished Military Student - H. Weiner Sons Co.; E. F. Hutton Co. - Track 1 — Accounting — Scabbard Blade 3, -Co-op Work Record: " Dave " Record: — Freshman Honor List - U.S. Navy 1949-1953. DAVID SMITH BERGGREN 7fi Plymouth Road Maiden, Mass. Industrial Relations .R.C. 4 — S.A.M. — Service thirty RALPH W. BERNARD, JR. Cumberland Center. Maine Accounting " Bud " - Alpha Kappa Sigma V,Asehi 1 — Basketball 1 — Accounting Soc. 5 — Chapel Choir 1, 2 — Co-op Work Record: R. W. Bernard Co. ALBERT STEWART BIRRELL U-, I ' ifth Afenue D.inbury, Connecticut Finance and Insurance " Al " — New York University — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Investment Soc. 2, 3, 4, 5 (Pres.) —Class Cab- inet 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.F.A. (Vzes.)— Sigma Society 5 (Pres.) — Service Record: U.S. Merchant Marine 1944-1946; U.S. Army 1948-1949, 50-51; — Co-op Work Record: American Policyhold- ers Insurance Co, RICHARD WENDELL BISHOP 52,5 Hingham Street Rockland, Mass. Marketing Advertising " Dick " — Sigma Phi Alpha — Basketball 1 — American Mktg, Assn 5 — Husky Highlighters 5 — Husky Key 1 — Silver Masque 1. 2, 3 — Student Council 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 4 — Co-op Work Record: A P Tea Co.; Curtis Publishing Co.; John Irving Shoe Corp. GERALD DAVID BLOOMSTEIN 3.5 Hammond Road Natick, Mass. Finance and Insurance " Jerry " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — In- vestment Soc. 2, 3 (Treas.), 4, 5 — A.F.A. 2, 3 (Treas.), 4, 5 — Sigma Society 4, 5 (V. Pres.) — Co-op Work Record: New England Confectionery Co.; Jordan Marsh Co.; Sanborn Co. JOSEPH F. BLUM 14 Hawley Avenue Woodmont, Connecticut Marketing Advertising Advertising Club 3. 4, 5 — American Mktg. Assn 3, 4, 5 — Silver Masque 2 — Co-op Work Record: Freidlander Golden; Filene ' s. JOHN GERALD BONITATIBUS 70 Chandler Street Aiarlboro. Mass. Finance and Insurance " Boni " — Investment Soc. 2, 3-4 (Sec), 5 — A.F.A. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Travelers Insurance Co. Dean ' s List 4 — Hockey 1 ROGER ERNEST BROUGHTON, JR. 3 MacArthur Circle Peabody, A ass. Accounting -Accounting Soc. 3, 4, 5. PHILIP JOHN BUCALO 1876 Beacon Street Brookline. Mass. Industrial Relations " Bull " — Married — one boy, one girl — Football 1, 2, 3, 4 — Track 1, 2, 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: J. F. White Construction Co.; Sylvania Electric. thirty-one JAMES T. BUCKLEY 76 South Hi ' itington Avenue Boston, Mass. Marketing Advertising " Jim " — Dean ' s List S — Advertising Club t, 4, 5 — American Mktg. Ass ' n 3, 4, 5 — Rifle Club — Co-op Work Record: Dun Bradstreet; Arthur D. Little; Oilman Bros. JOEL BURAK 76 Lancaster Street Qiitncy, Mass. Business Management Married — Dean ' s List 4 — Co-op Work Record: L. Grossman; Godfrey L. Cabot; Homes, Inc. RICHARD HUDSON BURT 1 Reed Street Marblehead, Mass. Business Management " Dick " — Married — One Daughter — Dean ' s List 3 — Band 1, 2 — S.A.M. — Service Re cord: U.S. Navy 1952-56 Co-op Work Record: C.B.S. Hytron. JAMES EMORY BURTNER 58 ]ordan Avenue Wakefield, Mass. finance and Insurance " Jim " — Investment Soc. 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.F.A. — Service Record: U.S. Navy 1948-52 — Co-op Work Record: Weil, Pearson Co.; . Studley, Shupert, Co. LEWIS ' WILLIAM BUSHNELL 277 Waltham Street Lexington. Mass. Marketing Advertising " Lew " — American Mktg. Ass ' n 5 — Camera Club 3 — Pershing Rifles 1, 2 (Fin. Off.), 3 — Silver Masque 3, 4, 5— A.F.C.E.A. 5 — Choral Society 3 — Cauldron 5 (Bus. Mgr.) — Co-op Work Record: Dekko Films, Inc. IRVING ELMER CAMPBELL 225 Essex Street Saugus, Mass. Accounting 4 (Pres.) — Neu ' s 3 — Class Soup " — Accounting Soc. 2, f;abinet 2, 3, 4. GEORGE R. CAMPOT 313 East Eighth Street South Boston, Mass. Business Management Married — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 4, 5 — Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4 — Track 1, 2, 3, 4 — Class Secretary 5 — S.A.M. — Class Cabinet — Co-op Work Record: American Mu- tual Liability Insurance Co. THEODORE CARIS 64 Louis Prang Street Boston, Mass. Marketing Advertising " Ted " — Freshman Honor List — Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 — American Mktg. Ass ' n 3, 4, 5 — Choral Society 2 — News 4, 5 Co-op Work Record: Thomson Thomson; J. Walter Thompson Co. ; Jordan Marsh Co. thirty-two RICHARD KARL CARLSON 2 Martin Terrace Milton. Mass. Business Management " Dick " — Freshman Honor List — Track 2 — Class Cabinet 3, 4,5 — Aero Club 4 — S.A.M. 5 (Treas.) — Service Record: U.S. Air Force 1951-53. JACK CARP 130 Washington Street Brighton, Alass. Business Management " Cecil " — Phi Beta Alpha 3, 4, 5 — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.F.C.E.A. 2, 3 (Sec.-Treas.), 4, 5 — Camera Club 1, 2, 3 V. Pres.), 4 — Husky Highlighters 4 (Pres.), 5 — Pershing Rifles 1-3 (Adj.), 4, 5 — Husky Key 4, 5 — Frosh Night Show 3, 4, 5 — Silver Masque 2, 3, 4, 5 — Alpha Psi Omega 4, 5 — Cauldron 2, 3 (Manag. Ed.), 4 (Co-ed-in-chief), 5 (Ed. -in-chief) — Neu ' s 2, 3 (Photo Ed.), 4 (Feature Ed.), 5 (Assoc. Ed.-in- chief) — News Achievement Award — Student Union 2, 3 — Clara and Joseph Ford Award — Distinguished Military Student — Co-op Work Record: Quartermaster R D Center; Boston Globe; Raytheon Mfg. Co. FREDERIC CASALI Essex Road Ipswich, Mass. Finance and Insurance Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3,4, 5 — Investment Soc. 2, 3, 4 (Pres.). 5 — Scabbard Blade 3, 4, 5 — Distinguished Military Student — A.F.A. 2, 3, 4 (Pres.) — Outstanding R.O.T.C. Cadet Award 2 — Sears B. Condit Award — Sigma Society 4, 5 (Sec.) — Co-op ' Work Record: American Policyhold- ers Insurance Co. PETER LEWIS CHAGGARIS 119 Lau ' ton Avenue Lynn. Mass. Business Management A.F.C.E.A. 3. 4, 5 — Art Club 1 — Rifle Club 3 — S.A.M. — Co-op Work Record: CBS Hytron; Ford Motor Co.; United Shoe Machinery Corp. NORMAN ARTHUR CHASE 18 Fairmont Terrace Maiden. Mass. Finance and Insurance " Norm " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — Invest- ment Soc. 1, 2, 3 — A.F.A. 4-5 (Sec.)— Co-op Work Record: Second National Bank; Second Bank-State Street Trust Co. GEORGE CHIKLAKIS 9 Cleveland Street Somerville, Mass. Finance and Insurance " Chick " — Investment Soc. 2, 3, 4, Record: Brockton Taunton Gas Co. ■ A.F.A. — Co-op Work THEODORE ARTHUR CHRISTENSEN 5.5 Dale Street Roxhury, Mass. Business Management " Ted " — Married — One Daughter — A.F.C.E.A. 2 — Pershing Rifles 2 — S.A.M. — Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Mfg. Co.; New England Mutual Life Insurance Co. EUGENE SALVATORE CIOLFI 21 i Palfrey Street Watertown, Mass. Accounting " Gene " — Freshman Honor List — Accounting Soc. 3, 4, 5 — Rifle Club 2, 3 — Band 2 — Student Union 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co.; First National Bank. thirty-three FRANCIS ANTHONY CLERICI 44 CLipp Street W ' .ilpole. Mass. Industrial ReLitions " Frank " — Class Cabinet 3. 5 — Co-op Work Record; B. F. Goodrich Co.; John Irving Shoe Corp. PAUL FRANCIS CLIFFORD 33 Palfrey Street Waterlou ' n, Mass. Accoiinthig " Clif " — Newton Junior College — Dean ' s List 3 — Accounting Society 4, 5 — Service Record: U.S. Air Force 1951-55. JOHN RALPH CONLEY 105 H Street Boston, Mass. Business Management St. Mary ' s University - 1950-52. - Married. - S.A.M. — Service Record; U.S. Army WILLIAM ROBERT CONNELL 100 Market Street Lawrence, Mass. Business Management NORMAN ROBERT CONRAD Randolph Street Canton, Mass. Marketing Advertising Dean ' s List 3, 4 — Advertising Club 3. 4, 5 — American Mktg. Assn 3, 4 (V. Pres.), 5 (Pres.) —Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Choral Society 1, 2, 3 — Student Union 1, 2, 3 — Class Cabinet 5 — Co-op ' Work Record: Mason Neilan; Jordan Marsh Co.; Batten, Barton, Durstine Osborne. CHARLES ERNEST CONSTAS 4rt.5 Park Drive Boston, Mass. Industrial Relations Married — S.A.M. — Service Record: U.S. Army 1951-53. CERALD MURRAY COOPER 107 Winthrop Road Brookline, Mass. Accounting " Jerry " — Sigma Kappa Psi 2, 3, Chess Club 2. 4, 5 — Accounting Soc. 5 ■ WILLIAM JAMES COPSON 12 Woodruff Avenue Melrose, Mass. Marketing Advertising " Bill ' — Cross Country 2 — Track 2, 3 — Service Record: U.S. Marine Corps 1950-52 — Co-op Work Record: John Donnelly S Sons; Jordan Marsh Co, thirty-fotir RAYMOND FRANCIS CROKl 18 H olden Street Attlehoro, Mass. Business Management ■■Ray " — S.A.M. 2, 3, 4 (Sec.) — Service Record: U.S. Navy 1951-55 — Co-op Work Record: Bird Son Inc.; Foxboro Co. JOHN ROLAND CULLEN 19 Caltbea Street Stoneham, Mass. Business Management " Jack " — Married — One Son — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — S.A.M. — Service Record: U.S. Army 1947-52. WILLIAM T. D ' ALESSANDRO 61 Commonwealth Avenue Boston, Mass. Business Management Service Record: U.S. Army 1953-55 — Co-op Work Record: Bos- ton Globe; Jordan Marsh Co. JOSEPH PAUL D ' AMELIO Hayden Kowe Hopkinton, Mass. Accounting " Joe " — Married — one boy, one girl — Dean ' s List 3- — Ac- counting Society 4 — Milford Rotary Club Scholarship — Service Record: U.S. Navy 1953-55 — Co-op Work Record: Draper Corp. BARRY SHELDON DAVID 1009 Boy Is ton Street Newton, Mass. Industrial Relations Kappa Zeta Phi 4 (Cor. Scribe) — Freshman Honor List — Rifle Club 3 — S.A.M. 4 (Sec.)— Co-op Work Record: Dennison Mfg. Co. RICHARD BENJAMIN DAVIS 468 Swains Pond Avenue Melrose, Mass. Finance and Insurance Bowling Team 2, 3 — Investment Soc. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Rifle Club 3 — A.F.A. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Kennedy ' s; Brockton Taunton Gas Co. ROBERT EARL DAVIS 31 No. Reading Street Manchester, New Hampshire Business Management " Bob " — Alpha Kappa Sigma — Co-op Work Record: MKM Knitting Mills. ROBERT ANTHONY DELEINO i6 Sixth Street Medford, Mass. Finance and Insurance " Del " — Baseball 2, 3, 4 — A.F.A. 2, 3 (Sec), 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Lumber Mutual Fire Insurance Co. thirty-five RALPH EUGENIO DISANO _ ' Ojklaiid Drue Ejst Brookfield, Mass. Business Mitiiagemenl S.A.M. — Service Record: U.S. Army 1951-53. GERARD PALMER DOAK ii8 High Street Medjord, Mass. AccoiDiliiig ■Jerry " — Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, -i — Accounting See. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Baird- Atomic Corp. FRANCIS WILLIAM DOHERTY 20 Gibson Street Medford, Mass. Industrial Relations " Frank " — Married — S.A.M. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Electric; Warren Bros.; United Community Services. MARTIN DORFMAN 15 Lorna Road Newton, Mass. Business Management Sigma Kappa Psi — Jazz Society 5 — S.A.M. — Co-op Work Record: Barile Plumbing Co.; Samuel Hurwitz Co. JOSEPH JOHN DOYLE 72 Everett Street Arlington. Mass. Finance and Insurance " Joe " — Dean ' s List — Investment Soc. — Scabbard Blade — A.F.A. — Co-op Work Record: John Hancock. G. SPENCER DREWETT 90 Cypress Street Brookline, Mass. Business Management " Spen " — Student Union 1, 2 — Auto Club 2, 3, 4 — S.A.M. — Co-op Work Record: Arthur D. Little; Raytheon Mfg. Co.; Filene ' s. PETER MADISON DYER 412 Newbury Street Vi " e l Peahody, Mass. Accounting " Pete " — Married — one daughter - dent Union 1, 2. -Silver Masque IVAN GEORGE EAGLESON 12 Court Street Groton. Mass. Industrial Relations " Skip " — Union College — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — A.F.C.E.A. 4 — S.A.M. — Distinguished Military Student — Service Record: U.S. Army 1951-53. thirty-six ROBERT WAYNE EMERY 5i CLirendon Street Maiden, Mass. Business Management Service Record: U.S. Army 1952-54 — Co-op Work Record: Cellite Engineers; American Automobile Association. HENRY JOHN EVANS 70 Washington Street Maiden, Mass. Finance and Insurance " Hank " — Investment Soc. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Rifle Club 3 — A.F.A. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: New England Mutual Life In- surance Co. ; John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co. ROBERT HAROLD FAIRBROTHER 252 EfSlou Road South Garden City. South New York Marketing Advertising " Bob " — Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 (Treas.) — American Mktg. Ass ' n 3. 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Humphrey Alley Richards Inc. ; Abraham Straus Inc. ; Daggett Chocolate Co. ALFRED MIRTON FALTHZIK 112 Washington Street ■ Maiden, Mass. Industrial Relations " Al " — Sigma Kappa Psi — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Choral Society 1,2,4 — Student Union 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 1, 2, 4 — S.A.M. — Sigma Society — Co-op Work Record: John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co. 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M. ROBERT KEVIN FERULLO 13 Church Street Weymouth, Mass. Business Management -Co-op Work Record: Asso- ciated Industries of Massachusetts; Lumbermen ' s Mutual Ins. Co. ALAN HAROLD FINKLE 122 Dei ' on Street Dorchester, Mass. Accounting " Fink " — Accounting Soc. 3, 4, 5 — Hus-Skiers 2 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe: Filene ' s; Mass. Hospital Medical Service. KENNETH ALLAN FLUEGEL i- 5 Summer Street Netr Bedford, Mass. Accounting ■ ' Ken " — Married — Freshman Honor List — Accounting Society 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Scovell, Wellington Co. CHARLES EDWARD FOLEY 98 Main Street Woburn, Mass. Accounting " Chuck " — Married — Dean ' s List 2 — Accounting Soc. 3, 4, 5 — Husky Key 1 — Choral Society 1 — Co-op Work Record: Price Waterhouse Co.; Raytheon Mfg. Co.; No. Bennett Street Industrial School. thirty-seven HENRY RICHARD FOUCHER li9 West Street Mjideti. Mjss. Accounting Married — Worcester Junior College — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5 — Accounting Society 2, 3 (Sec), 4 (V. Pres.), 5 — Neifs 3 — Class Cabinet 2, 4 — Sigma Society — Service Record: U.S. Navy 1943-46 — Co-op Work Record: Haskins and Sells; Sylvania Electric Products Co.; Carbert Mfg. Co. CHARLES RAYMOND FOX, JR. Conway, Neu- Hampshire Accounting " Fox " — Married — two sons — University of New Hampshire — Rifle Team 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.F.C.E.A. 1, 2, 3 — Rifle Club 3. 4, 5 (Range Off.) — Co-op Work Record: Cambridge Gas Co. VINCENT EDWARD FREDERICKSON 1216 Commonwealth Avenue Allston. Mass. Accounting " Vinny " — Married — Freshman Honor List — Service Record: U.S. Navy 1950-53. DANA BUCK FREEMAN 53 Summer Street Andover, fAass. Business Management " Bucko " — Married — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Biology Club 1 — Auto Club 4, 5 — S.A.M. — Co-op Work Record: The Furniture Barn, Inc. ROBERT CARMEN GAGIN 117 Webster Street East Boston, Mass. Marketing Advertising " Bob " — Married — one son — Football 1 — Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 — American Mktg. Ass ' n 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Jordan Marsh Co.; Daggett Chocolate Co.; Godfrey L. Cabot, Inc. MORROW BROWN GARRISON 118 Glenville Avenue Allston, Mass. Accounting " Gary " — Married — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2 — Accounting Soc. 2, 3, 4 — Service Record: U.S. Navy 1948-52. LAWRENCE RANDALL GATES Prospect Hill Harvard. Mass. Marketing Advertising " Larry " — Advertising Club 4, 5 — American Mktg. Ass ' n 4, 5 (Treas.) — News 4, 5 — Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: Godfrey L. Cabot; Johnson ' s Arms Cycle Works. RICHARD LOUIS GEBHARDT i4 Adella Avenue West Newton, Mass. Business Managetnent ■Dick " — S.A.M. — Service Record: U.S. Army 1951-54. thirty-eight ROBERT PAUL GERRIER 11 Hhiston Road East Wey7nouth, Mass. Marketing Advertising " Bob " — Basketball I — Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 — American Mktg. Ass ' n 3, 4, 5 — News 3 — Co-op Work Record; Batten, Barton, Durstine Osborn ; J. Walter Thompson ; International Business Machines. DAVID MORSE GIBSON 27 Apthorp Street Y ' ollaston, Mass. Marketing Advertising " Hoot " — Married — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Track 2, 3, 4 — Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 — American Mktg. Ass ' n 3, 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 4 CV. Pres.), 5 — Co-op Work Record: Pet Milk Co.; Arthur D. Little; Second Bank- State Street Trust Co. RICHARD WILLIAM GILLILAND 13 Franklin Avenue Somerville, Mass. Industrial Relations " Richie " — Football 1, 2 — S.A.M. — Co-op Work Record: Cambridge Thermonic Corp. ; James O. Welch. WARREN KEITH GILLIS y AhuJttn Road llni;.;h.im. Mass. Accounting Married — one daughter — Tufts College — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5 — Accounting Soc. }, 4, 5 — Student Council 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 5 — Co-op Work Record: Ford Motor Co. BASIL GILMAN 76 Tudor Street Chelsea, Mass. Business Management -Dean ' s List 2, 4 — S.A.M. 4 Eastern Fixture Co.; Hurwitz " Buzzy " — Freshman Honor List (Treas.) — Co-op Work Record: Millinery; Gilman Bros. Drug. HARVEY GLASS li York Terrace Brookline, Mass. Industrial Relations " Harv " — A.F.C.E.A. 2, 3, 4, 5 (Sec.) - 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 3, 4, Work Record: Travelers Insurance Co. Co.; E. R. Squibb Sons. -Rifle Club 3 — Band 5 (Pub. Ch.)— Co-op Crandall Engineering SELWYN WILLIAM GLINCHEK 18i Congress Avenue Chelsea, Mass. Accounting " Sei, Sully " — Accounting Soc. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Brockton-Taunton Gas Co. ; Northeastern Univ. ERWIN GOLDMAN 8 Grove Street Chelsea, Mass. Finance and Insurance " Count " — Investment Soc. 2, 3, 4 (V. Pres.), 5- (V. Pres.), 5 (Pres.) —Class Cabinet 2, 3, 4, 5 - Record: R. H. Stearns; Travelers Insurance Co. -A.F.A. 3, 1 Co-op Work thirty-: ROBERT THOMAS GOODWIN 229 Lincoln Street Lexington, Alass. Finance and Insurance " Goody " — Freshman Honor List - vestment Soc. 3 — Choral Society 3 Record: Kemper Insurance Co. " Bernie " — Investment Travelers Insurance Co. Corp. — Camera Club 1, 2 — In- 4 — A.F.A. — Co-op Work BERNARD GREENBERG 18 Grove Street Chelsea, Mass, Finance and Insurance -Co-op Work Record: Soc — A.F.A. ; Northeastern Univ. ; John Irving Shoe RICHARD ELLSWORTH HALE 204 Pearl Street Gardner, Mass. Industrial Relations " Dick " — Dean ' s List 4 — Scabbard Blade 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M. 3 (V. Pres.) — Co-op Work Record: Dennison Mfg. Co. ROBERT ERNEST HALLOWS 8 Kneeland Street Maiden, Mass. Finance and Insurance " Bob " — Investment Soc. 3, 4, 5 — Band 1 — A.F.A. — Service Record: U.S. Army 1954-55 — Co-op Work Record; Lumber- men ' s Insurance Co. BERNARD NORMAN HANLON 40 Pine Street Medway, Mass. Marketing Advertising " Bernie " — Phi Beta Alpha — Advertising Club 2 — American Mktg. Ass ' n 2, i — News 1, 2 — Co-op Work Record: Na- tional Cash Register Co.; J. Walter Thompson Co.; Godfrey L. Cabot Co. LEO FRANCIS HANNAN 46 Lowell Street Brockton, Mass. Industrial Relations - S.A.M. — Service Record: Radio Club 3 — Class Cabinet U.S. Army 1952-53. JOHN EDWARD HEFFERNAN 48i Heath Street Brookline, Mass. Marketing Advertising " Heff " -— Dean ' s List 2 — Basketball 2, 3 — Advertising Club 4, 5 — American Mktg. Ass ' n 5 — Co-op ' Work Record: Gilman Bros.; Controller Service Sales Co. ROBERT ANDREW HEFFORD .3«7 Grove Street Melrose, Mass. Marketing 6 Advertising Bob " — ' :; Beta Alpha — Cross Country 1 — Football 1, 2, 3 -Track 1, 2, 3, 4 (Capt.) — Advertising Club 5 — Rifle Club I, i — Neu ' s 4, 5 — Student Union 5 — Scabbard Blade 3, 4, " — Alumni Track Trophy — Co-op Work Record: National Cash Register Co. ; Jordan Marsh Co. ; United Press. forty WARREN L. HENDERSON 11 Day Street Melrose, Mass. Accounting Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Yacht Club 1 — Accounting Soc. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Sigma Society — Co-op Work Record: Reading Municipal Light Co.; Travelers Insurance Co.; Sylvania Electric. PAUL LAWRENCE HENNESSEY 5 Paramatta Road Beverly, Mass. Accounting Freshman Honor List 1 — Dean ' s List 3,4, 5 — Accounting Soc. 3, 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 4 — Co-op Work Record; Brockton- Taunton Gas Company; Eaton Howard, Inc. WILLIAM JOHN HENNESSEY 92 Vernal Street Everett. Mass. Business Management ( horal Society 2, 3 — S.A.M. — Service Record; U.S. Army l ' ' ' i3-55 — Co-op Work Record; Recordak Corp.; Lumbermen ' s Insurance Co.; Northeastern Univ. lUJRTON R. HERMAN 47 Franklin Avenue Revere, Mass. Business Management " Burt " — Kappa Zeta Ph List 4 — Auto Club (Rec. Scribe; Chancellor) — Dean ' s 3 — S.A.M. — Marvin Guttin Memorial Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: Lumbermen ' s Mutual Cas- ualty Co.; Boston ' Woven Hose Co. RICHARD LLOYD HILL 56 Fountain Road Arlington, Mass. Business Management Co-op Work Record: B. B. Chem- Baseball 2, 3. 4 - .il Co. 1 RED HOLTZMAN 36 Theodore Street Dorchester, Mass. Marketing Advertising " Freddy " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Hus- Skiers 2 — Advertismg Club 5 — American Mktg. Ass ' n 5 — Hayden Memorial Scholarship — Co-op Work Record; Hum- phrey, Alley Richards; Jordan Marsh Co.; Morton ' s. THOMAS JOSEPH HOURIHAN 29 Harvard Street Brookline, Mass. Industrial Relations I ' ddtball 1, 2, 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern Univ. DONALD EDWARD HOYT 150 Hiinneu ' ell Avenue Newton, Mass. Business Management " Don " — Married — Gordon College — Dean ' s List 4 — Yacht Club 1 — Accounting Soc. 1, 2 — Class Cabinet 2, 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M. — Class Treasurer 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record; Cam- bridge Gas Electric Co. ; Northeastern Univ. i,.|i«il t , " = ' - forty-one WILLIAM B. HUGG, JR. 212 Central Avenue i " est CaUuell. New Jersey Business xM.inagement " Burrie " — Nu Epsilon Zetj — Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3, 4 — Football Manager 3 — Class Cabinet 4 — l.F.C. — S.A.M. — Co-op Work Record: Traveler ' s Insurance Co.; Curtis Publish- ing Co. JOHN FRANCIS HYNES 37 Child Street Jjm.iicj Pl ain, Mass. Finance and Insurance 5 — A.M.A. — Co-op Work ■■Jack " - Record : - Investment Soc. 2, Weil, Pearson Co. SHIRLEY ANN IGO Greenwood Avenue Hyannis. Mass. Accounting Dean s List 2, 3,4 — Accounting Society 3,4, 5 — Class Cab- inet 2, 3. 4, 5 — Class Treasurer 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: John Hancock Ins. Co.; Cape ' Vineyard Electric Co. EDWARD LEONARD JARVIS 42i Eastern Avenue Chelsea, Mass. Business Management ■Ed ' ' — Hus-Skiers 3, 4 — Chess Club 3 — Auto Club 3 — S.A.M. — Service Record: U.S. Army 1951-53. ARTHUR LAWRENCE JOHNSTON .57 Child Street Jamaica Plain. Mass. Finance and Insurance ■Larry ' — Married — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Investment Soc. 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.F.A. 3, 4, 5 — Sigma Society — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co. GEORGE NORMAN JOHNSTON 4i East Monroe Street Norwood, Mass. Finance and Insurance " Norm " — Investment Soc. 2, 3, 4 (Treas.), 5 — A.F.A. — Co-op Work Record: Employer ' s Liability Assurance Corp. RICHARD PAUL KEILTY 6 Pine Street West Concord, Mass. Aiarkeling Advertising ■Dick " — Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 3, 4 — Yacht Club 3 — Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 ( " V. Pres.) — American Mktg. Ass n 3, 4, 5 — News 2. 3, 4, 5 (Sports Ed.)— Co-op Work Record: Daggett Chocolate Co. ; International Business Machines Corp. ; Star Market Co. RICHARD C. KENWORTH 1166 Franklin Street Melrose, Mass, Business Management ' K :n ' Service Record: U.S. Air Force 1953-55 — Co-op Work Record: Container Corp. uf America. jorty-two CHARLES FRANCIS KEVENY, JR. 7 Cedar Terrace Milton, Mass. Industrial Relations Camera Club 3, 4 — I.R.C. 3, 4 — S.A.M. — Service Record: U.S. Army 1953-54 — Co-op Work Record: Esso Standard Oil. ROBERT EVERETT KNOWLES 27 Mount Hope Street North Attleboro, Mass. Accounting " Bob " — Freshman Honor Li Record: M.I.T. ■I.R.C. 1, 2, 3— Co-op Work JAMES SNOW KRAMER 392 Main Street W ' alpole, Mass. Business Management " Jim " — Wentworth Institute — Phi Beta Alpha 2, 3, 4 — (Treas.), 5 — Fresliman Honor List — Hus-Skiers 3 — Husky Key 3, 4 — News 3, 4 (Bus. Mgr. ) — S.A.M. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: MKM Knitting Mills; Dennison Mfg. Co. ARTHUR P. KRENSKY 23 John Street Neu ' ton Centre, Mass. Accounting " Art " — Married — Kappa Zeta Phi — Yacht Club 2 — Account- ing Soc. 4, 5 — Service Record: U.S. Air Force 1950-54. THOMAS BERNARD LACEY 76 M " est Street Hyde Park, Mass. Accounting " Tom " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2 — Cross Country 2, 3 (Capt.), 4 — Track 1, 2, 3, 4 — Accounting Soc. A — Service Record: U.S. Army 1951-53 — Co-op Work Record: Coca Cola. JUSTIN HARRIS LANGILLE, JR. 123 Bayrd Street Maiden, Mass. Marketing 6 Advertising " Jay " — Married — one son — Advertising Club 5 — American Mktg. Ass ' n 5 — Co-op Work Record: N. E. Decorators Supply; Second Bank-State Street Trust Co. WILLIAM JOSEPH LAWN 49 Boyd Street Watertown, Mass. Marketing Advertising " Red Light " — Married — Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 — Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 — News 4, 5 — Most Improved Player Award — Most Improved Player in New England — Co-op Work Record: Bos- ton Globe. WALTER GORDON LEE 107 Neu ' tonvilte Avenue Newton, Mass. Industrial Relations " Walt " — Married — one son, one daughter — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Student Council 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 3, 4, 5 — Henry F. Burrows Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co.; MKM Knitting Mills. jorty-three rS RICHARD GERSHON LESSER 60 Eotsford R0.1J Chestnut Hill. Mass. Marketing 6 Advertising " Dick " — Sigma Kuppa Psi — Co-op Work Record: Filene ' s. ARNOLD L LEVINE 6 X ttker Terrace Waiefield. Mass. Finance and Insurance Arnie " — Dean ' s List 2 — Track 1 — Investment Soc. 2, 3, 4, -- A.F.A. — Co-op Work Record: Godfrey L. Cabot; Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Fenner Beane. MYRON LEVINE 21 Fronlenac Street Dorchester, Mass. Accot nt ng Accounting Soc. 2, 3, 4, 5 - -Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe. NORMAN GRANT LONG 348 Pond Street Westu ' ood, Mass. Business Management " Norm " — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — A.F.C.E.A. 3, 4, 5 — Camera Club 5 — Psychology Society 3 — S.A.M. — Co-op Work Record: Army Quartermaster Research and Development Center; Lumbermen ' s Mutual Casualty Co. RALPH EDWARD LONGOBARDI 46 Butman Street Beverly, Mass. Industrial Relations Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Hus-Skiers 3, 5 — A.F.C.E.A. 4. 5 — S.A.M. 4, 5 — Sigma Society — Co-op Work Record: United Shoe Machinery Corp. ROBERT CHASE LOPES 39 Glenwood Place Falmouth, Mass. Finance and Insurance " Bob " — Bentley School of Finance and Accounting — Phi Gamma Pi 3 (Treas.), 4 (House Mgr.), 5 (Pres.) — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 5 — Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Investment Soc. 4, 5 — Student Council 3, 4 ( " V. Pres.), 5 — Class Cabinet — Service Record: U.S. Army 1951-52 — Co-op Work Record: Lumber Mutual Fire Insurance Co.; Carter " s Ink Co.; Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Fenner Beane. JOHN HENRY MAHONEY 318 Croii Street Belmont, Mass. Industrial Relations Married — Alpha Kappa Sigma — S.A.M. — Service Record: U.S. Army 1954-56. RICHARD P. MAHONEY 91 Lexington Street Belmont. Mass. Finance and Insurance Dick " " — Hus-Skiers 1 — Investment Soc. 5 — Service Record: U.S. Army 1951-54 — Co-op Work Record: Old Mr. Boston, Inc. forty-four 0 0( • ' JAMES CLARK MANNIN(. 12 Middle Street Reading, Mass. Accounting " Jim " — Married — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — Accounting So c. 3, 4 (Sec), 5 (V. Pres.) — A.F.C.E.A. 1 (Sec), 2 (Treas.); 3 (Pres.), 4, 5 — Pershing Rifles 1, 2, 3 (Exec Off.) — News 1 — Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4 — Class Board 5 — Sigma Society 5 — Distinguished Military Student — Co-op Work Record: Reading Municipal Light Dept. ; Assoc. Parts Corp. ; NEGEA Service Corp. RODRIGO HENRIQUES MARQUES 90 Colby Street Salem, Mass. Business Management " Rod " — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — Hus-Skiers 5 — A.F.C.E.A. 4, 5 — Camera Club 5 — Band 1, 2, 3, 4 — Class Cabinet 5 — S.A.M. — Co-op ' Work Record: Sylvania Electric. RICHARD HAMILTON MARSHALL 12 Morrison Avenue Somerville, Mass. Accounting " Dick " — Dean ' s List 3 — Accounting Soc. 2, 3, 4 (Sec), 5 — Co-op ' Work Record: NEGEA Service Corp. ROBERT ALEXANDER MATTHEWS 46 Chetwynd Road Somerville, Mass. A arketing Advertising " Bob " — Basketball 3, 5 — Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 — American Mktg. Ass ' n 3, 4, 5— News 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Pet Milk Co. ; J. Walter Thompson Co. ; A. W. Chesterton Co. LORING DELANCY MAXWELL 24 Stickney Avenue Somerville, Mass. Accounting " Chick " — Dean ' s List 4 — Accounting Soc. 5 — Student Council 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Eaton Howard; Boston Mu- tual Life Ins. Co. WILLIAM PIERCE McCOBB II 122 Palmer Street Quincy, Mass. Accounting " Bill " — Married — Freshman Honor List — Hus-Skiers 1, 2 — Accounting Soc. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Service Record: U.S. Air Force 1951-53. RICHARD EDWARD McCUE 18S Bast Main Road Newport, Rhode Island Business Management " Dick " — Football 1 Rifle Club 3 — S.A.M. 2, 3, 4 (Sec), 5 (Pres.) — Co-op Work Record: Lumbermen ' s Mutual Casualty Inc. ; Fall River Gas Works Co. RICHARD ALFRED McDONALD 28 William Street Medford, Mass. Marketing Advertising " Mac " — Freshman Honor List — Cross Country 1 — Track 1 — Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 — American Mktg. Ass ' n 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Arthur D. Little Inc.; A. W. Chesterton Co. ortj-five JOHN JOSEPH McVeigh 52 Detle Avenue Roxbury. Miiis. Finance and Insurance Investment Soc. 3, 4, 5 — A.F.A. — Co-op Work Record: Trav- elers Insurance Co.: Associated Parts Corp. CARMIN JEROME MERCADANTE 6 Endicolt Court Boston. Mass. Finance and Insurance " Merc " — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — Investment Soc. 2. 3, 4, 5 — A.F.A. — Co-op Work Record: American Mutual Ins. Co. DOMENIC LOUIS MICALE 142 White Street Belmont. Aiass. Accounting " Dom " — Accounting Soc. 4, 5 — Modern Languages Club 1 — Student Council 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Brown Durell Co.; Jarrell-Ash Co.; New England Mutual Life Ins. Co. WILLIAM DANIEL MORAN 37 i Bridge Street Hamilton, Mass. Finance Insurance Burdett College — Investment Soc. 2, 3, 4. 5 — Accounting Soc. 2 — Rifle Club 2 — A.F.A. — Co-op Work Record: Travelers Ins. Co. iik THOMAS LEONARD MORIELLO 2.5 Unity Street Boston, Mass. Business Management S.A.M. — Co-op Work Record: Travelers Ins. Co.; International Business Machines Corp.; Boston Woven Hose Rubber Co. MELVILLE ANTHONY ' MORRIS, JR. i9 Sheruood Street Roslindale. Mass. Accounting Md ' — Accounting Society 4 — Service Record; U.S. Navy l ' ) ()-52. NORMAN LEE MORRIS 124 Glenuay Street Dorchester. Mass. .Marketing Advertsiing " Normie " — Dean ' s List 4 — Hus-Skiers 2 — Advcrtismg Club 5— American Mktg. Ass ' n 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Gil- christ ' s. ROBERT AMBROSE MUGFORD 38 Bacon Street Natick. Mass. Marketing Advertising Bob " — Advertising Club -5-— American Mktg. Ass ' n 5 — V,,,, 5 _ Co-op Work Record: Wellesley Planning Board; Lumbermen ' s Mutual Insurance Co. forty-six i ' €1 ( v-l ' JOHN HENRY MULLIN 61 Silver Street Dover, New Hampshire Accounting " Jack " — Georgetown University — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Silver Masque 2, 3, 4 (Bus. Mgr.), 5 (Pres.) — Cauldron 4, 5 (Manag. Ed.) — News 2, 4 — Student Union 2, 3, 4, 5 — Sigma Society 5 — Alpha Psi Omega 5 — Co-op Work Record: Brock- ton-Taunton Gas Co.; Boston Taunton Trans. Co.; Stulin and Rosen. RONALD PAUL MURPHY ' 43 Franklin Street Somerville. Mass. Business Management " Ron " — Married — Basketball 1, 2 — S.A.M. — Service Record; U.S. Array 1953-55 — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern Univ.; BB Chemical Co.; Lumbermen ' s Mutual Ins. Co. JOSEPH CAMPBELL MURRAY, JR. 16 Ackers Terrace Brookline, Mass. Marketing Advertising ■Joe " — Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5 — Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 — Amer. Mktg. Ass ' n 3, 4 (V. Pres.), 5 (Pres.)— Rifle Club " i — Caul- dron 5 (Adv. Mgr.) — Co-op Work Record: College Community Research Center; Mason-Neilan Regulator Co.; Cypress Hardware Co. WILLFAM E. O ' CONNELL iil Front Street Weymouth. Mass. Accounting " V, W — Sigma Phi Alpha 2 (Sec), 3, 4, 5 (Pres.) —Freshman Honor List — Basketball 3, 4, 5 — Accounting Society 2, 3 — News 2 — Co-op Work Record: Godfrey L. Cabot; Lumber Mutual Fire Insurance Co. ALBERT JOHN OLIVA, JR. 231 Ridgeway Road Weston, Aiass. Business Management " Oily " — Dean ' s List 4, 5 — Basketball 1, 3, 4, 5 — Accounting Society 3. 4, 5 — Advertising Club 5 — American Mktg. Ass ' n 5 — A.F.C.E.A. 4, 5— Jazz Society 5 — S.A.M. — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Russell Burnett, Inc. GEORGE JAMES O ' ROURKE 225 Newbury Avenue North Quincy, Mass. Business Management Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 — Basketball 1, Pnuematic Scale Corp. " Herb " — S.A.M. — Co-op Work Record: dall Engineering Co.; R. H. Stearns Co. 2, 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: HERBERT H. PANOS Ji9 Westchester Road Jamaica Plain, Mass. Business Management Stroll-o-Chair ; Cran- WALTER DANIEL PANSUK 65 Park Street Arlington, Mass. Accounting " Wally " ' — Accounting 2, 3, 4, 5 — Golf Team 2, 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: E. H. Griswold Co.; Dickie-Raymond, Inc. forty-seven JOHN RONALD PARADIS 23! BrOiidujy Street Arlington, Mjss. Marketing 5- Advertising Advertising Club 5. -4 (Sec), 5 (Pres.) —Rifle Cluh 3 — Co-op Work Record: Humphre; ' , Alley Richards Inc. JAMES HENRY PARTRIDGE 56 Conaiit Street Dcinvers, Mass. liiduslriat Relations Jim " — Freshman Honor List — Silver Masque 2, 3, 4 (Ticket Mg.t.)—News 2, 3, 4 (Copy Ed.) — S.A.M. — Class Cabinet 2, 3 — Service Record: U.S. Army 1951-53. WILLIAM LORING PEARCE Gilson Road Littleton. Mass. Industrial Relations ■Bill - — Baseball 1 — S.A.M. - Plastic Co.; Abbot Worsted Co. Co-op Work Record: Victory BERNARD MURRY PEARLMUTTER 6 Greendale Road Mattapan, Mass. Aiarketing Advertising ■ Bernie " — Sigma Kappa Psi 4 (Sec), 5 (Pres.) — Dean ' s l.ist 3, 4 — Advertising Club 4, 5 — American Mktg. Ass ' n 4, 5 -Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe: Dean C. Wolf Adver- tising Ass ' n. MARTIN L. PENDLETON 9 Sirelts Court W ' atertotvn, Alass. Accounting " Marty " — Track 1, 2, 3, 4 — News 5 — Class -Vice President 5 — Co-op Work Record: Mass. Hospital Service Inc. JOHN ALDO PETERSON ' ' 40 Chestnut Street South Hamilton. Mass. Industrial Relations — Scabbard Blade 3, 4, C.B.S. Hytron. Pete " — Dean ' s List 4 — Rifle Club 5 5 — S.A.M. 5 — Co-op Work Record: CHESTER JOSEPH PHETTEPLACE }1 Teel Street Arlington, Mass. Business Management " Chet " — Burdett College — S.A.M. Raytheon Mfg. Co. ■ Co-op Work Record : WILLIAM EDWIN PHILBRICK 36 Pleasant Street Stoughton, Mass. Industrial Relation i Bill " — Married — Freshman Himor List — Service Record: I ' .S. Air Force 1947-51 — Co-op Work Record: American Bilt- nte Rubber Co. jorty-eight JACOB PILIBOSIAN 18 Grey mere Road Brighton, Mass. Finance and Insurance ■Jake " — Investment Soc, 2, 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M. — A.F.A. — Co- op Work Record: Travelers Insurance Co.; Albert Basse Assoc. CHARLES JOSEPH POTVIN 36 Sunset Road Cochituale, Mass, Accounting " Charlie " — Dean ' s List 4 — Service Record: U.S. Army 1951-54 — Co-op Work Record: Provident Institution for Savings. •«- ' ' -» f 4 N ' X % 19 ROBERT DAWES PRICE 101 Alexander Avenue Belmont, Mass. Marketing Advertising " Bob " — Married — Track 3 — Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 (Pres.) — American Mktg. Ass ' n 3, 4. 5 — A.F.C.E.A. 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: National Tag Label Corp.; Dun Bradstreet. WESLEY WARREN RAMIREZ 78 Stanley Avenue Medford, Mass. Industrial Relations " Ram " — Dean ' s List 4, 5 — Track 1 — Husky Key 5 — S.A.M. 5 — Associated Industries Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. ; Northeastern Univ. ; Container Corporation. JOHN JOSEPH REBELLO 92 Columbus Avenue Stoughton, Mass. Industrial Relations " Cudds " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3, 5 — Account- ing Soc. 3, 4, 5 — American Mktg. Ass ' n 5 — S.A.M. — Class Cabinet 3 — Associated Industries Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: Weil Pearson Co.; American Biltrite Rubber Co. GENE C. RENZI 7 Bellevue Terrace Watertoum, Mass. Industrial Relations Brandeis University — Football 2, 3, 4 (Capt.) — Track 2, 3, 4 — Student Union 2 — Class Cabinet 1 — Scabbard and Blade 3, 4, 5 — Football Awards in Little All American, All New England, Ail East — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern Univ. MATTHEW JOHN RING, JR. 46 Northgate Park Neu ' ton, Mass. Marketing Advertising " Matt " — Phi Beta Alpha 2, 3, 4, 5 (Ex, Sec.) —Dean ' s List 5 — Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 3, 4 — Yacht Club 3 — Advertising Club 3, 4 (V. Pres.), 5 — American Mktg. Ass ' n 3, 4, 5 (V. Pres.) — I.R.C. 1, 2 — Silver Masque 1, 2 — Cauldron 2, 3, 4 (Make-up Ed.), 5 (Assoc. Ed.-in-chief) — NfiM 1, 2, 3, 4 (Sports Ed.), 5 (Copy Ed.) — Student Union 2, 3 — Class Cabinet 2, 3, 4, 5 — Marketing Club Award 3 — Co-op Work Record: Macbick Co.; Northeastern Univ.; Boston Globe. ANTHONY RICHARD RIZZA 48 Winchester Street Medford, Mass. Accounting " Tony " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — Accounting Soc. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Camera Club 3 — Neivs 3, 4, 5 (Photo Ed.) — Co-op Work Record: Godfrey L. Cabot; Green Shoe Mfg. Co. forly-nme PATRICK J. ROCHE, JR. 42 WhejtUnd Areiiue Dorchester. Mass, Industrial Relations " Pat " — Tufts University — P ; Beta Alpha 2, 3. 4 (Pres.) — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2 — Husky Highlighters 3, 4 — Husky Key — Silver Masque 1, 2 (Ticket Mgr.), 3 (Bus. Mgr.). 4 (Pres.) — Chapel Choir 1, 2 — Choral Society — Alpha Psi Omega — Service Record; U.S. Army 1951-53. JOSEPH M. ROSEN 7.5 Vernon Street Brookline, Mass. Accounting " Joe " — Hus-Skiers 3 — Accounting Society 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Godfrey L. Cabot, Inc.; Jordan Marsh Co. RICHARD ROSEN 1} Evelyn Road Everett, Mass. Marketing Advertising " Dick " — Advertising Club 5 — American Mktg. Ass ' n 5 — Co- op Work Record: Chelsea Floor Covering Co.; Hurwitz Mil- linery Co. ; Godfrey L. Cabot. ALLEN JOSEPH ROURKE 301 Summer Street Somerville, Mass. Accounting 4, 5 — Service Rec- " Al " ord: — Married — Accounting Society 2 U.S. Army 1954-56. STANLEY PORTER RUSSELL 70 Emerson Road Watertown, Mass. Accounting " Russ " — Dean ' s List 4 — Rifle Team 3 — Accounting Soc. 3, 4, 5 — Student Union 3 — Co-op Work Record: Green Shoe Co.; Jordan Marsh Co.; Blue Cross-Blue Shield. JOHN ALBERT SADEK 1601 Main Street Brockton, Mass. Accounting Married — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3 — Account- ing Soc. 3, 4, 5 (Pres.) — S.A.M. 3 — Co-op Work Record: New England Confectionery Co. EDWARD HERBERT SANCOMB 47 Oak Street Franklin, Mass. Marketing Advertising " Eddie " — P :i Beta Alpha 3, 4, 5 (Treas.) — Hus-Skiers 3 — Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 — American Mktg. Ass ' n 3, 4, 5 — LF.C. 5 — Rifle Club i — Cauldron 5 (Oflf. Ugt.)—News 1, 2, 3, 4 (Lib.), 5 (Off. Mgr.) — Student Council — Student Union 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Foxboro Co.; Perkins-Milton Co.; H. F. Davis Tractor Co. GEORGE SAMUEL SARA DOS 830 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. Accounting Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Accounting Soc. r 4, 5 — Basketball —News 2, 3, 4, 5 (Ad. Mgr.)— Class Cabinet 2, i — Sigma Society 4, 5 (V. Pres.)— Co-op Work Record: Harris, Kerr, Forster Co.; Howard E. Greene Co.; Dorchester Mutual Fire Insurance Co. fifty JOHN JOSEPH SCANLAN, JR. 50 Frost Street Cambridge, Mass. Accounting Married — Boston College — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Accounting Soc. 2, 3, 4, 5 — LR.C. 1 — Class Cab- inet 3 — S.A.M. — Class Secretary 3 — Sigma Society 4, 5 (Pres.) — Sigma Society Award — Dean ' s List Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: Cambridge Gas Co.; Arthur Andersen Co. ANGELO CAJVIELO SCIARRATTA SO Pleasant Street Needhani, Mass. Finance and Insurance " Gee-Gee " — Pershing Rifles 1, 2 — Investment Soc. 5 — A.F.A. 5- Hancock Mutual Life Ins. Co. (Fin. Off.), 3 (Exec. Off.) - Co-op Work Record; John " Willy " 1951-53. ■WILLIAM A. SHERIDAN, JR 152 Bellevue Road Watertown, Mass. Business Management -Service Record: U.S. Army ■WENDELL CLARK SHIMEL 21 Woodland Road Maiden. Mass. Business Management Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — S.A.M. (Pres.) — Service Record: U.S. Marine Corps 1950-52 IRWIN SILVER 61 Wentworth Street Dorchester, Mass. Accounting Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 4 — LR.C. 4, 5 — Accounting Soc. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Arnold B. Levin Co. JOHN SINGLETON 195 Cypress Street Brookline, Mass. Finance and Insurance " Danny " — Silver Masque 1, 2 — ] lews 2, 3 — A.F.A. 3, 4, 5 — Psychology Soc. 5 — Co-op Work Record: American Hardware Mutual Ins. Co. ART HUR LINCOLN SISSON 55 North Gate Park West Newton, Mass. Marketing Advertising 5 — American Mktg. Ass ' n 3, Filene ' s; Perkins-Milton Co.; " Jim " — Advertising Club 3, 4, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Firestone Stores. DONALD KENZIE SMITH 72 Esmond Street Dorchester, Mass. Accounting " Don " — Married — Two Daughters — Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 3 (Soc), 4 (Treas.), 5 — Co-op Work Record: Godfrey L. Cabot, Inc.; NEGEA Service Corp. fifty-one PETER TUTTLE SMITH 30 Hartforil Street Bedford, Mass. fh a ce iind Insurance Hus-Skiers 1, 2 — A.F.C.E.A. 3. 4, 5 — Investment Soc. 3, 4, 5 — A.F.A. — Co-op Work Record: Thomas E. Sears, Inc.; Town- send, Dabney and Tyson ; New England Mutual Life Insurance Co. PAUL SPIEGEL 49 West Selden Street Mattcipan. ALiss. Accotint ng " Speig " — Sigma Kappa Psi — Basketball 1 — Hus-Skiers 3 — Accounting Soc. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: R. H. White ' s; National Casket Co. GERALD STERN 43 Theodore Street Dorchester, Mass. Marketing and Advertising " Jerry " — Rifle Team 3,4 — Advertising Club 3, can Mktg. Ass ' n 3, 4. 5 — Co-op Work Record: Co. ; National Wool Marketing Corp. 1,5 — Ameri- Fuller Brush JOHN JOSEPH SULLIVAN 24 Illinois Aven te Somerrille, Alass. Finance and Insurance " JJ " — Accounting Soc. 2 — I.R.C. 3, 4 — Investment Soc. 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.F.A. 3. 4 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Woven Hose Rubber Co.; Godfrey L. Cabot; Travelers Ins, Co. STANLEY ROBERT SWARTZ 72 Symphony Road Boston, Mass. Business Management " Stan " — Dean ' s List 3, 4, (Pres.), 5 — Camera Club 1 5 — A.F.C.E.A. 2, 3 (Treas.), 4 - Rifle Club 5 — Student Union 1 — S.A.M. — Scabbard Blade Soc. 4, 5 — Distinguished Mil- itary Student — Co-op Work Record: Harold Baking Co., Inc.; Onset Bakery. RICHARD KITSON THOMAS 74 Upland Road Needham, Mass. Business Management " Red " — Married — Brown University — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 5 — Football 2 — A.F.C.E.A. 4, 5 — Rifle Club 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 4, 5 — S.A.M. — Distinguished Military Student — Co-op Work Record: Needham Taxi, Inc. WILLIAM COPELAND THOMAS 29 Winthrop Avenue Lowell, Mass. Accounting " Bill " — Freshman Honor List — Accounting Soc. 5 — Rifle Club 5 — Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Co. GLENN EDWIN TOBEY 1 Howe Street Somerville, Mass. Marketing Advertising " Red " — Advertising Club 5 — American Mktg. Ass ' n 5 — A.F.C.E.A. 1, 2 — Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4, — News 1, 2, 3, 4 (Photo Ed.), 5 (Office Mgr.) —Student Union 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Gilman Bros.; Donnelly Advertising; Filcne ' s. fifty-two S5» GEORGE JOHN TSOUTSOURAS n Powow Street Amesbury, Mass. Accounting Married — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Ac- counting Soc. 3, 4, 5 — Rifle Club 4 — News 3, 4-5 (Bus. Mgr.) Scabbard Blade 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Johnson Decker Co. ; Crucible Steel Co. of America ; John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co. JOSEPH PATRICK VAUGHAN 9 Rose Street Somen ' il e, Mass. Marketing Advertising " Joe " — Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 — American Mktg. Ass ' n 3, 4, 5 (Sec.) — Co-op Work Record: Credit Inc.; E. F. Drew Co.; Haffenrefler Co. FREDERICK STEPHEN VORDERER, 55 Claybotirne Street Dorchester, Mass. Business Management " Fred " — Hockey 2, 3, 4 — Golf 2, 3, 4 — S.A.M. 5 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co. ANGELO VOUTSELAS 12 Walnut Park Roxhury, Mass. Marketing Advertising American Mktg. Ass ' n 3,4, 5 — Jazz Soc. 5 - ord: Boston Globe: Lumber Mutual Ins. Co. JR. - Co-op Work Rec- Dean ' s List 2 - 1950-52. FRANK STANLEY WALCZEWSKI 10 Beacon Street Chelsea, Mass. Business Management (Sec.) — Service Record: U.S. Army, RICHARD MARTEN WARBURTON 30 Harrison Street Taunton, Mass. Marketing Advertising " Dick " — Advertising Club 4, 5 — American Mktg. Ass ' n 4, — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe; Ad-A-Day Co. DAVID JOHN WARD 10 Malvern Road Brockton, Mass. Industrial Relations • " Dave " — Phi Beta Alpha 3, 4 (Soc. Ch.) 5— Husky Key 1, 2 — Silver Masque 4, 5 — S.A.M. — Co-op Work Record: Harvard School of Public Health; R. H. Stearns Co.; Filene ' s. ALLEN DANIEL WEINER .52 Magnolia Street Maiden, Mass. Marketing Advertising " Doody " — Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 — American Mktg. Ass ' n 3, 4 5 — Co-op Work Record: Pleasant Furniture Co. m -m4 ' fifty -three lEROME WESTERMAN n Harv.ml Street M.dden, Aiass. Finance and Insurance " Jerry " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — Invest- ment Soc. 2. 3, 4, 5 — A.F.A. — Co-op Work Record: Travelers Insurance Co. GEORGE RUSHLOW WHITE 27 George Street Rockland, Mass. Marketing Advertising " Gig " — Cross Country 1 — Hus-Skiers 2 — Track 2 — Yacht Club 2 — Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 — American Mktg. Ass ' n 3, 4, 5 _ Husky Key 2.4 — Rifle Club 1 — Student Union 1, 4 — Co-op Work Record: Plus Computing Machines, Inc.; Mason Neilan Regulator Co.; Chas. M. Coy Co. ROBERT CURTIS YOUNGBERG 105 West Chestnut Street Brockton. Mass. Accounting " Bob " — Dean ' s List 3 — Accounting Soc. 3. 4, 5 — Class Cab- inet 2 — Service Record: U.S. Army 1952-53. ALEXANDER ZIMMERMAN 1 1 Liinark Road Brookline, Mass. Accounting " Al " — Sigma Kappa Psi — Accounting Soc. 2, 3,4, 5 — Camera Club 1 — Co-op ' Work Record: Sanborn Co.; Werner Cotton Products. fifty-four NON-PICTORIAL PAULINE SARA ANDREWS 383 Norfolk Street Dorchester, Mass. Industrial Relations " Pals " — Freshman Honor List — News 1, 2 (Office Mgr. ) — Co-op Work Record: Robinson Clay Prods. Co. ; Kemper Insurance Co. ; R. H. Stearns Co. EDWARD H. LARKIN 6 Magoun Avenue Medjord, Mass. Marketing Advertising " Eddie " — Football 1 — Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 — American Mktg. Ass ' n 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: National Wool Mktg. Corp.; Credit, Inc.; Homes, Inc. CHARLES ANSEL BENNETT 8i Grove Street Quincy, Mass. Marketi?tg Advertising " Charlie " — Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 — American Mkt. Ass ' n 3, 4, 5 — Husky Key 1 — Silver Masque 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Cauldron 5 (Copy Ed.) — Scabbard Blade 3, 4, 5 — Murray Memorial Contest Award — Co-op Work Record: Dekko Film Productions. RICHARD ROY DEMARIS 350 Grove Street Melrose, Mass. Marketing Advertising " Dick " — Married — Advertising Club 3, 4, 5 — Amer- ican Mktg. Ass ' n 3, 4, 5 — Service Record: U.S. Air Force 1949-52. DAVID LEE GARDNER 42 Maple Street Maiden, Mass. Marketing Advertising " Dave " — Married — Baseball 2 — American Mktg. Ass ' n — Service Record: U.S. Army 1952-55 — Co-op Work Record: Daggett Chocolate Co. KESTUTIS JOHN MATUKAS 608 East Seventh Street South Boston, Mass. Industrial Relations Service Record: U.S. Army 1951-53. ALLEN MILLER 136 Thorndike Street Brookline, Mass. Marketing Advertising " Al " — Advertising Club 2 — American Mktg. Ass ' n 4, 5 — Service Record: U.S. Army 1952-55. WILLIAM HENRY MULLIGAN 17 Harold Street Milton, Mass. Industrial Relations Married — One Daughter — Freshman Honor List ■ — Service Record: U.S. Navy 1949-52. HERMAN R. PIQUETTE 106 Torrey Street Weymouth, Mass. Marketing Advertising Married — One Son — Service Record: U.S. Army 1951- 53. JOHN PAUL GLTi ' ON 63 Robert Ford Road Watertown, Mass. Accounting Married — Two Sons — Service Record: Marine Corps 1948-52. DAVID M. JENKS il Main Street Walpole, Mass. Accounting Married — One Daughter — Football 1 — Hus-Skiers 1 — Accounting Soc. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 1. EUGENE FRANCIS KEALEY 109 West Milton Street Readville, Mass. Finance and Insurance " Gene " — Investment Society 1, 2, 3, 4 (V. Pres.), 5 — A.F.A. 5 (V. Pres.) —Co-op Work Record: Lumber- man ' s Mutual Casualty Co. ANTHONY ' GEORGE PRASINOS 178 Hancock Street Cambridge, Mass. Finance and Insurance " Tony " — Investment Soc. 2, 3, 4, 5 (Sec.) ' — Rifle Club 5 — Scabbard Blade 4, 5 — A.F.A. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Eaton Howard Inc.; " The Trav- elers Ins. Co. JOHN MICHAEL VENNA 91 Ma dison Avenue Quincy, Mass. Marketing Advertising Football 2, 3, 4, 5 — Service Record: U.S. Army 1954- 56 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe. NICHOLAS PURDUE WILLIAMS 249 Russett Road Brookline, Mass, Marketing Advertising Service Record: U.S. Navy 1951-55. fifty-five College of fifty-six Sducat ' m Lester S. Vander Werf Dean oj the College of Education Honor Graduates Class Marshal VIRGINIA LOUISE KUEMPEL With Highest Honor ROBERT LAWRENCE BOWLES VIRGINIA LOUISE KUEMPEL With Honor MELVIN ALAN BAER JO-ANN FRANCES CONSOLETTI MARIAN G. HAYDEN JEAN RACHAEL IZZO CHARLES EDWARD LERANDEAU FLORENCE J. NAPOLITANO PAUL tVNTHONY ROSS fifty-seven ' " " Sfs MELVIN ALAN BAER 76 NottinghitI Ro.id Brighton, i f. jM. Ediicilioi! " Mel " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, i, 4 — Baseball 1 — Politics Club 4 — LR.C. 2. 3, 4 — Rifle Club 4 — Scabbard Blade 3, 4 — Education Society 4 (Sec.-Treas.) — Practice Teaching Record: Wayland High School. ROBERT LAWRENCE BOWLES 46 Liberty Street Rockland, Mass. Social Science " Bob " — MIT — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Education Society 3-4 (Pres.) — Husky Key 1 — LR.C. 1, 2, 3, 4 — Student Union 2 — Class Cabinet 2, 3 — Politics Society 4 — Humanities Club 3 — Assoc. Industries of Mass. Scholarship — College of Education Freshman Award — Sears B. Condit Award — Travelli Scholarship — Practice Teaching Record: Silver Lake Regional School District. RITA PAULA CARBONE 39 Cerdan Avenue West Roxhury, Mass. Elementary Education Boston University — Education Soc. 3, 4 - • Girl ' s Rifle Club 3. JO-ANN FRANCES CONSOLETTI 306 W ashington Street Holliston, Mass. Elementary Education " Jo " — Framingham State Teachers College — Dean ' s List 2, 3 4 — Freshmiin Talent Show 1 — Husky Key 3 — Silver Masque 1. 2, 3, 4 — Choral Soc. 1 — Education Society 3 — Practice Teach- ing Record: Wayland Elementary Schools. RICHARD SUMNER COOKE 36 Central Street Winchester, Mass. Mathematics A.F.C.E.A. 1, 2, 3 (Treas.), 4- Treas.) — Student Union 2. -Band 1 (Sec), 2, 3, 4 (Sec- ALAN ELY 160 Union Street Springfield, Vermont General Business r-f fifty -eight ALBERT LEON GILMAN J 5 Evelyn Street Mattapan, Mass. Elementary Education Education Society 4 — Silver Masque Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Education Soc. 2, 3, 4 — Politics Club 4. HARVEY WILLIAM GRAY 4 Browning Avenue Dorchester, Mass. Social Studies 3 (V. Pres.), 4 — LR.C. MARIAN GERTRUDE HAYDEN 78 Grand View Rond Arlington, Mass. ' Elementary Education Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Education Soc. 3, 4 — Husky Key 1, 2, 3 — I.R.C. 1, 2 — Silver Masque 1 — AVu ' j 1, 2, 3 — Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4 — Student Council 2, 3, 4 — Class Cabinet 1, 2 — Class Treasurer 2 — Practice Teaching Record: Wayland School System. THERESA JOAQUIN HENDERSON 101 Gainsboro Street Boston, Mass. Elementary Education " Terry " — Married — Freshman Talent Show 1 — Square Dance Club 1,2, 3 — Choral Soc. 1,4 — Education Soc. 3 — Politics Club 4. EILEEN MARY HOGAN 120 Rowe Street Melrose, Mass. Elementary Education ■ Dean ' s List 4 — Education Soc. 3, 4. Merrimack College - JEAN RACHAEL IZZO 11 Shore Drive Somerville, Mass. Elementary Education " Iz " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3. 4 — Husky Key 1, 2, 3, 4 — Education Soc. 4 — Practice Teaching Record; Bennett Hemenway Elementary School, Natick JADY CAUTHEN JUDY 51 Gleason Street W est Medjord, Mass. Social Studies Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s U.S. Navy 1944-53. Married — Two Daughters — List 2,3,4 — Service Record VIRGINIA LOUISE KUEMPEL .i600 Fielston Road Neic York, New York Elementary Education ' Ginnie " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Hus- Skiers 1, 2, 3 (Sec), 4 — Silver Masque 1, 2 — Class Cabinet 3, 4 — Education Soc. 3 (V. Pres.), 4 — Frosh Talent Show — Class Ring Award 4. BERNARD K. S. LEONG 25 Aberdeen Street Boston, Mass. General Business " Bernie " — Married — University of Hawaii — Education Soc. 4, 5 (Sec.-Treas.) — Dean ' s List 4 — Service Record: U.S. Coast Guard 1952-54- School. -Practice Teaching Record; " Wayland High CHARLES EDWARD LERANDEAU 28 Southi ' iew Street Springfield, Vermont General Business " Ed " — Mass. College of Pharmacy — ' Vermont Teacher ' s Col- lege — Dean ' s List 2 — Service Record; U.S. Army 1952-54. fifty-nine ANNE HLTNT MacDONALD S Maquire RojJ Cochituiite, iMass. Elementary EducMion Married — Two Sons — University of Colorado — George Wash- ington University — Education Soc. 3, 4 — Practice Teaching Record: Wayland School System. IRENE ROCKWOOD MICHELSON 1999 Commonwealth Avenue Brighton. Mass. Elementary Edi4cation Married — Boston University — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — Silver Masque 1 — Choral Society 1, 2 — News 1 — Student Union 1, 2, 3 — Education Soc. 3,4 — Freshman Talent Show. lORENCE JUDITH NAPOLITANO 84 Clinton Street Everett, Mass. Elementary Education Dean ' s List 3,4 — Silver Masque 2, Education Soc. 3, 4 — Class Cabinet Omega Sigma 2, 3 (Pub. Ch.) — Co-op Work Record England Tel. Tel. Student Union 3 — Class Secretary 2 — New Education Society 4, 5 ■ MARYALICE L. QUIGLEY 8i Garfield Avenue Chelsea, Alass. Elementary Education ■ Choral Society 3, 4, 5. PAUL ANTHONY ROSS 86 Robhins Road Lexington, Mass. Social Studies Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Husky Key 1 — Education Society 3, 4 (Sec.) — Class Cabinet 2, 3 — Practice Teaching Record: Con- cord Junior High School. HAROLD BOONE SIMPSON 190 High Street Brookline, Mass. Science " Bud " — Married — One Son — Football 1, 2 (Mgr.) — Biology Club 4 — Silver Masque 2 — Education Society 3, 4 — A.I.E.E. — Service Record: U.S. Navy 1948-52 — Co-op Work Record: Newton High School. JOSEPH GAETANO STRINGI 125 Cottage Street East Boston, Mass. Mathematics " Joe " — Education Soc. 3, Corps 1950-54. -Service Record: U.S. Marine Dick " — Baseball 1, — Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 3, RICHARD DAVID SURETTE 4 Hill Street Norwood, Mass. Social Studies 3, 4 — Football 1, 2, 3, 4 — Hockey 1 sixty " A WILLIAM HENDERSON TRUEHEART 334 Edgell Road Framingham, Mass. Social Studies ■Bill " — Married — A.F.C.E.A. 2, 3, 4 — Silver Masque Orch- estra 2, 3, 4 — Band 1, 2-3 (Sec.), 4 — Distinguished Military Student. LAURENCE MURRAY YOUNG 2 Ashcroft Street Wakejield, Mass. Industrial Arts Boston University — Wentworth Institute. NON-PICTORIAL HARRY THOMAS POWERS 91 Bragdon Street Boston, Mass. General Business Sixty -one College of sixiy-tu ' o SngiHeemg William T. Alexander oj the College of Engineering Honor Graduates Class Marshal PAUL ELMER RAWLINSON With Highest Honor PAUL ELMER RAWLINSON JOHN SANBORN TUCK RONALD CLIVE ASHLINE ALAH GORDON ATWOOD RICHARD ALLEN BURNHAM WILLIAM THOMAS KELLY With High Honor JOHN ALAN LAGER PETER PAUL SAUNDERS ROBERT E. SAVELL FREDERICK LOUIS SCHWARTZ With Honor ALBERT KHORIN BOND DAVID CABOT BRODERICK C. JOSEPH BROWN ROBERT DAVIS WARREN WHITNEY FREEMAN CHARLES AUGUSTUS FURCINITI ALBERT JACK GLASSMAN JEROLD JULIUS GOLNER ALAN ROBERT GREENFIELD WILLIAM ROBERT HAMMOND BRADFORD STUART HOWES THOMAS WILLIAM LYNCH ROBERT E. WAIBLINGER PAUL GERALD McHUGH FRANCIS JOSEPH MELANSON ROBERT ERNEST MORRISON GEORGE HAMILTON POWER ROBERT E. WAIBLINGER ALGIRDAS J. ZIKAS FERDINAND ZYGADLO sixty-three- JERROLD JULES ABELL 6 Lyme Street Salem, Muss. Chemical Eiighieeiine, ' ■]eny —M.I.T. — Kappa Zeta P p — Scabbard Blade 4, i — A.I.Ch.E. 2, ?, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Arthur D. Little Inc. GEORGE CARLTON ADAMS, JR. 63 Highland Avenue Salem, Mass. Chemical Engineering " L ' ncie George " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — A.LCh.E. 2, 3 (Sec.-Treas.), 4. 5 (V. Pres.) — Service Record: U.S. Navy — Co-op Work Record: Monsanto Chem. Co. DONALD BORDEN AIKEN 38 Third Street Med ford, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Don " — A.S.M.E. 3, 4 (V.-Ch.), U.S. Air Force 1946-49, 1950-52- 5 (Ch.) — Service Record: ■Co-op Work Record: Bell Aircraft Corp. •Joe " - N.U.C.E.S. 3. 4, 5- Waltham; Clarkson Engineering Co. JOSEPH JEROME ALBANESE 23 W ' inthrop Street Waltham. Mass. Civil Engineering -Co-op Work Record; City of RICHARD BENSON ALM 68 Bellevue Street Dorchester, Mass. Civil Engineering " Rick " — Rifle Team 2, 3, 4 — Tennis Team 4 — Silver Masque 5 — N.U.C.E.S. (Co-ed. Bulldozer), 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Norwood Engineering Co.; E. W. Branch Co. LAWRENCE ANDREW AMOROSO 7 Plumer Street Everett, Mass. . Civil Engineering M " Larry " — N.U.C.E.S. — Track 2, 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: New England Survey Service; A. C. Peters Co. ALBERT LEROY ANDERSON 26 Flagg Street Cambridge, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Red " — A.I.E.E. — Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Co. RICHARD PAUL ANDREWS 20 Gilman Street Roslindule, Mass. Electrical Engineering Dick " — Baseball 1 - Hockey 2, 3, 4 — A.I.E.E. 4, 5— Co- ip Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co. sixty-fo tr " Lump " — Beia Gamma Epsilon 3, 4 (Prod. Mgr.) 3, 4, 5 — N.U.C.E.S. 2 Omega — Co-op Work Record: C. J. Maney Co.; Fred W Stowers. ROBERT EARL ASHBURN S Fordham Road Lawrence, Mass. Civil Engineering 5 — Silver Masque 2 3, 4, ' i — Alpha Psi RONALD OLIVE ASHLINE li Miner Street Hudson, Pennsylvania Chemical Engineering " Ronny " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Choral Society 1, 2, 3 — A.LCh.E. — Sears B. Condit Award — Tail Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: Franklin Arsenal; Fred- erick S. Bacon Laboratories. JERROLD DANIEL ATLAS 51 Weslu ' ood Road Stoneham, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Jerry " — Kappa Zela Phi — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5 — A.F.C.E.A. 1 (Pres.), 2 (V. Pres.), 3, 4 — Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 3, 4, 5 — A.LCh.E. — Co-op Work Record: Arthur D. Little. ALAN GORDON ATWOOD 17 West 58 White Pine Road Beseopille, Illinois Electrical Engineering Nil Episilon Zeta 3 (Grand Scribe), 4, 5 — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.F.C.E.A. 1,2 — Husky High- lighters 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 3, 4, 5 — I.R.E. 5 — Eta Kappa Nu 4, 5 — Tau Beta Pi 5 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co. ; Admiral Corp. JASON M. AVERGUN 65 Hazelton Street Mattapan, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Jack " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Class Cabinet 4, 5 — Class ' Vice-President 5 — A.S.M.E. Report Contest Award 4 — Pi Tau Sigma 5 (Sec.) — Charles Hayden Memorial Scholarship — Junior Prom Chairman — Co-op Work Record: Quartermaster Research Development Center; Watertown Arsenal. ROBERT JOSEPH AVERILL 57 Katherine Road Watertown, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Bo " — Freshman Honor List — Hockey 2, 3, 4 — A.I.E.E. 2. 3, 4, 5 — Eta Kappa Nu — Service Record: U.S. Marine Corps 1948-52 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Edison Co. ROBERT OLIVER BAKER 48 Salem Street Wakefield. Mass. Civil Engineering " Bob " — Married — two sons — Football 2, 3— N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Service Record: U.S. Army 1952-54 — Co-op Work Record: Dana F. Perkins Sons; Town of Wakefield; Harry Feldman. WALTER GRANVILL BAKER, JR. 45 Waldemar Avenue Winthrop. Mass. Civil Engineering N.U.C.E.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. sixty-five RICHARD BAMBRICK 209 Churchilh Ljiie Milloii. AUus. Eleclric.jl Eiigineeyhig " Dick " — Dean ' s List ■Radio Club 1, 3. 4. 5 — A.I.E.E.- I.R.E. — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co. EDWARD JOSEPH BARKUS 110 Suiiiiyside Avenue Oakrille, Coniiecliciil Electrical Engineering Track 1 — Yacht Club 3, 4, 5 — A.F.C.E.A. 5 — Square Dance Club 1 — I.R.E. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Bristol Co. FRANCIS ERNEST BARRY 2 Cediirhill Terrace Holbrook, Mass. Electrical Engineering Married — one son — I.R.E. 51 — Co-op Work Record: Machine Foundry Co. -Service Record: U.S. Navy 1946- Waltham Watch Co.; American EUGENE RICE BARTLETT 2} Pond Street Sharon, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Gene " — Dean ' s List 5 — A.I.E.E. 4, 5 (V. Ch.) —Service Rec- ord: LI.S. Army 1946-49, U.S. Air Force 1951-53 — Co-op Work Record: Norwood Electronics Labs. ROBERT BRUCE BARTON 107 Bigelow Street Brighton. Mass. Civil Engineering " Bob " — Married — Football 2, 3 — N.U.C.E.S. — S.A.M.E. — Distinguished Military Student — Co-op Work Record: City of Newton; R. H. Barnes Co. BORES PHIL BERESTECKY 3i Mariposa Street Matlapan, Mass. Mechanical Engineering ■Bo " — Track 1, 2, 3, 4 — Rifle Club 3 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Kinney Mfg. Div. ; Eugene Engineering Co. ; Hayes Pump Mach. Co. THOMAS EDWARD BICKFORD 22 Beltran Street Maiden. Mass. Civil Engineering " Tom " — Married — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 4, 5 — Debating Club 2 — Class Cabinet 3, 4 — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 (Sec.) — Co-op Work Record: U.S. Geological Survey. ROBERT ALLEN BIGGAR 54 Maple Street West Ro.xhiiry, Mass. Electrical Engineering I, 3, 4 — Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 — Hus-Skicrs 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record; Raytheon ' Bob " — Baseball 1, A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Mfg. Co. sixty-six JOHN BIMSHAS 626 Metropolitan Avenue Hyde Park. Man. Mechanical Engineering Married — one daughter — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — A.S.M.E. 3 — S.A.M.E. 3, 4(Sec.), 5 (Pres.)— Dis- tinguished Military Student — Trustees Scholarship — Tau Beta Pi 5 — pj Tau Sigma 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: AUis Chalmers Mfg. Co. CALVIN DOUGLAS BLACK }04 Sea Street Quinc), Mass. Civil Engineering " Cal " — Married — one daughter — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Rifle Team 3, 4, 5 (Co-Capt.) — Rifle Club 2, 3, 4 (Pres.), 5 — N.U.CE.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M.E. 2, 3 — Distinguished Mili- tary Student — Co-op Work Record: E. W. Branch Inc.; Ed- wards Kelcey Beck. ALBERT KHORIN BOND 562 Longwood Avenue Boston, Mass. Mechanical Engineering •Al " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Pi Tau Sigma — Tau Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: Watertown Arsenal. LOUIS GEORGE BOWAB 156 Sabin Street Rhode Island Electrical Engineering " Lou " — Married — i ' ' Gamma Pi 2 (Sec), 3 (Sgt. at Arms), 4 (House Mgr.), 5 (Pres.) — Hus-Skiers 4, 5 — A.I.E.E. — Service Record: U.S. Air Force 1948-52 — Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Co.; U.S. Navy Underwater Sound Lab. ROBERT EVERETT BOWKER 4.5 Sagamore Street South Braintree, Mass. Mechanical Engineering ■ ' Bob " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — Rifle Club 3 — Square Dance Club 2. 3 — E.C.N.U. 2, 3 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M.E. ], 2, 3. 4 (Sec), 5 (V. Pres.) — Distinguished Military Student — P Tau Sigma 4, 5 (V. Pres.) —Co-op Work Record: Mathewson Machine Works. BURTON MERRICK BRACKETT 18 Sycamore Road South Veymouth. Mass. Electrical Engineering •Burf _ Dean ' s List 5 —Yacht Club 5 — I.R.E. — Co-op Work Record: Couch Ordnance Inc.; S. H. Couch Co., Inc. JOSEPH JAMES BREEN 22 Stevens Street Maiden. Mass. Civil Engineering Rifle Club 4, 5 — N.U.CE.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Harry R. Feldman. DAVID CABOT BRODERICK 32 Livingstone Avenue Beverly, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Dave " — Dean ' s List 4 — I.R.E. 3, 4, 5 (Sec) — Tau Beta Pi — Eta Kappa Nu — Scabbard Blade — Co-op Work Record: C.B.S. Hytron. ' sixty-seven RICHARD EVAN THOMAS BROOKS 19 Boudoiii Avenue Dorchester. Mass. Chemical Engineering " Dick " — Married — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Basketball 1, 2, 3 4 (Capt.) — A.LCh.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Distinguished Military Student — Charles Hayden Memorial Scholarship — All Star Basketball Team 4 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Godfrey L. Cabot; Arthur D. Little. JOSEPH LEO BROPHY 130 Dana Avenue Hyde Park. Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Joe " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3 — A.S.M.E. — Pi Tail Sigma — Co-op ' Work Record; Ford Motor Co. C. JOSEPH BROWN 16 Dudley Street Medjord. Mass. Electrical Engineering Married — one daughter — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.LE.E.-LR.E. 2, 3, 4, — Eta Kappa Nu — Tau Beta P; — Service Record: U.S. Navy 1948-52 — Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Co. RICHARD ASHLEY BROWN .30 Lenox Street Brockton, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Dick " — A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: Saco-Lowell Shops. RUSSELL DUVAL BRYANT Old County Road Plaislow, New Hampshire Civil Engineering " " Russ " ' — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 5 — S.A.M.E. 3 — Co-op Work Record: N.H. Dept. of Public Works Highways. GEORGE DONALD BUCHANAN 156 Raymond Street Cambridge, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Buck " — M.I.T. — Freshman Honor List — Baseball 2, 3, 4 A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. — Co-op Work Record: M.I.T. Instrumentation Lab. JAMES FRANCIS BUNKER Sylvia Road North Reading, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Jim " — Dean ' s List 4 — Class Cabinet 3, 4, 5 — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. — Co-op Work Record: C.B.S. Hytron. STANLEY THOMAS BURAK 3H Ward Street Salem, Mass. Mechanical Engineering Married — one daughter — Chess Club 3, 4 — Rifle Club 3 — A.S.M.E. — Service Record: U.S. Army 1952-54 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Machine Works Co.; Sylvar|ia; Hunt-Spiller. sixty -eight JOSEPH CHARLES BURKE 73 Maple Street Hyde Park, Mass. Electrical Engii eeriiig Baseball — Hus-Skiers 4, 5 — Yacht Club 5 — Chess Club 4 — News 1 — A.I.E.E. — Service Record: U.S. Army 1951-52 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co. RICHARD ALLEN BURNHAM 173 Billings Road Qiiiucy, Mass. Electrical Engineering ■Dick " — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.F.C.E.A. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Rifle Club 4, 5 — Silver Masque 1, 2, 3, 4 — A.I.E.E. — Tau Beta Pi Eta Kappa Nu — Co-op Work Record: M.LT. ROBERT M. BUTLER .5.5 Harland Road Waltham, Mass. Civil Engineering ■Bob " — Hockey 1 — Hus-Skiers 5 — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: R. H. Barnes Co. ROBERT ERNEST BUXTON Hampton Falls, New Hampshire Mechanical Engineering •■Bucky — Band 2 — A.S.M.E 3, 4, 5 (Treas.) Record: Baily Co. - Co-op Work ■■Joe " — Married — Yacht Club 1 4 — Bowling 1, 2, 3 — A.S.M.E. - vania Electric; Sanborn Co. JOSEPH JOHN CAGGIANO 22A Orchard Street Medford, Mass. Mechanical Engineering -Rifle Club 4 — Auto Club -Co-op Work Record: Syl- RICHARD LEIGH CAHOON 104 Riverview Avenue Waltham, Mass. Mechanical Engineering ■■Dick — Dean s List 2, 3 — Rifle Club 3, 4 — Auto Club 4 — A.S.M.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M.E, 2, i—Pi Tau Sigma 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co. CHARLES CALUSDIAN 36 Mount Auburn Street Watertown, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Charlie " — Silver Masque 1 — A.I.Ch.E. 4, 5 — Charles Hayden Memorial Scholarship — Co-op Work Report: Watertown Arsenal. GEORGE THEODORE CAPELIANIS 166 Suffolk Street Lowell, Mass. Civil Engineering ■ ' Cappy ' — Camera Club 1, 2 — N.U.C.E.S. op Work Record: Mass. Land Court. ' — , m .% M . - . fc: ' 2, 3, 4, 5— Co- sixty-ntne COSMO DAMIANO CAPOBIANCO 53 Avon Street Somerville. M tiS. Civil Engineering ■■Capi " — Married — Rifle Club 3, 4 — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Fay Spofford Thorndike; Scofield Broth- ers Survey Co. GERALD THOMAS CAREY 153 Lynn Street Pejhody, Mass. Civil Engineering -Co-op Work Record: Whit- ■Jud " — N.U.C.E.S. man Howard Inc. ; Thomas Worcester Co. JOHN FRANCIS CARNEY 102 W ' inthrop Street Brockton, Mass. Mechanical Engineering ■Jack " — Jazz Society 5 — A.F.C.E.A. 1, 2 — Aero Club 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. — P Tau Sigma — Co-op Work Record: Bell Aircraft; Brookfield Engineering Lab.; G. O. Jenkins Co. JOSEPH FRANK CASAZZA 31 Varnum Street Arlington, Mass. Civil Engineering " Joe " — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: Town of Arlington. ROBERT JOSEPH CATON 61 Main Street Peabody, Mass. Civil Engineering " Bob " — Married — Rifle Club 3, 4, 5 — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: Fay, Spofford Thorndike; Town of Ipswich; City of Peabody. ROLAND ERNEST CAYER 354 Orient Avenue Pau ' lucket, Rhode Island Electrical Engineering Married — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. — Service Record: U.S. Navy 1946-47 — Co-op Work Record: General Radio Co.; Bolt, Beranek Newman; Boston Edison Co. EDMUND JAMES CHAMBERS 37 Linden Street Allston, Mass. Chemical Engineering A.I.Ch.E. — A.C.S. — Co-op Work Record: Arthur D. Little. RICHARD ALFRED CHAPMAN 98 West Cedar Street Boston, Mass. Mechanical Engineering •Dick " — Married — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Standard Products Corp.; International Equip. Co. seventy ROLAND ALLEN CHERWEK 130 Si mm it Street Peabody, Mass. Electrical Engineering Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Hockey 1 • — Hus-Sliiers 4, 5 — Rifle Club 3, 4 — A.LE.E. 3, 4, 5 — Eta Kappa Nu — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co.; Sylvania Electric. JOHN JOSEPH CHISHOLM lOi Winthrop Street Boston, Mass. Civil Engineering Modern Language Club 2 — Rifle Club 4, 5 — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Barnes Engineering Co. Inc. ELLIS LINN CHOUINARD 66 Vesta Road Nalic k, Mass. Civil Engineering Married — One Daughter — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: Schofield Brothers. WILLIAM KENNETH CLARK 74 Kenti ' ood Road Methtien, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Ken " — Dean ' s List 3 — Hus-Skiers — A.S.M.E. — Pi Tan Sigma — Co-op Work Record: National Co. WILLIAM E. CLARKE 260 Mansfield Avenue Norton, Mass, Mechanical Engineering " Bill " — A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: Foxboro Co.; Har- vard School of Public Health. FRANCIS JOSEPH COCCA 159 Cottage Street East Boston, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Coke " — A.I.Ch.E. — Co-op Work Record: Fish and Wildlife Service; General Alloys Co. PETER RUSSELL COGGINS 1147 Belmont Street Manchester. New Hampshire Electrical Engineering " Pete " — Boston University — Hus-Skiers 4, 5 (Sec.) — Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (Com.)— Husky Highlighters 4, 5 — Radio Club 1, 2 — Student Union 3, 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 2, 3 — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. — Co-op Work Record: Ultrasonic Corp.; Tung- Sol Electric. MANUEL CORREIA, JR. 4 Caswell Street East Taunton, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Manny " — Dean ' s List 2, 4 — A.F.C.E.A. 1, 2 — Pershing Rifles 1, 2, 3 — Scabbard Blade 4, 5 —A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. — Dis- tinguished Military Student — Co-op Work Record: Pratt Whitney Co. seventy-one ROBERT VERNON COSMAN 310 Gun I Street Framiugbam, Mass. Civil Engineering " Bob " — Married — Freshmar N.U.C.E.S. — Band 1, 2, 3- Brothers. Honor List — Dean ' s - Co-op Work Record: List 2 — Schofield BERTRAM LAWRENCE COURLANG 42 Jones Avenue Dorchester. Mass. Electric.il Engineering " Burt " — Dean ' s List 2, 4 — Sigma Kjppa Psi — A.LE.E. — Charles Hayden Memorial Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: U.S. Steel Co.; Western Electric Co.; Boston Edison Co. THEODORE CRITIKOS 14 Clarendon Street Boston, Atiss. Civil Engineering " Ted " — A.S.M.E. 1, 5- -N.U.CE.S. 1, -Rifle Club 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Whitman and Howard. JOACHIM ANTHONY CROGNALE 6.5 Selwyn Street Roslindale, Mass. Civil Engineering " Jack " — Married — Football 1, 2, 3 — Track 1. 2, 3 — Rifle Club 5 — N.U.C.E.S 2, 3, 4, 5 (Treas.) — S.A.M.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Distinguished Military Student — Co-op Work Record: Barnes Eng. Co. WARREN WILLIAM CRONACHER 88-39 203th Street Mollis. New York Civil Engineering " W.C. " -- Yacht Club 1 — N.U.C.E.S. A. J. Fritschy Corp. ■Co-op Work Record: " Bob " — N.U.C.E.S. Ftldman Inc. 3, 4, 5 - ROBERT LEO CUSICK 176 Everett Street Southhridge. Mass. Civil Engineering - Co-op Work Record: Harry R. NICHOLAS ROCCO DALASSANDRO 19 Thatcher Street Hyde Park, Mass. Civil Engineering " Nick " — Football 1— Track 1 — N.U.C.E.S. op Work Record: City of Newton. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co- EDWARD JOSEPH DALY 18 Maine Avenue Somerville. Mass. Electrical Engineering Hus-Skiers 4, 5 — A.LE.E.-I.R.E. — Eta Kappa N« — Co-op Work Record: Gabriel Electronics Co.; Doclcam Co. . eventy-ttvo JAMES MICHAEL DALY 10} Faneuil Street Brighton, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Jim " — Square Dance Club 1, 2, 3, 4 — Bowling 3, 4, 5 — A.I.E.E.-LR.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record; U.S. Steel Co.; Raytheon Mfg. Co. CARL EMILIO DANGIO 11 Villa Street Waltham, Mass. Mechanical Engineering Silver Masque 1 — Jazz Club 5 - Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co, ■A.S.M.E. 5 — Co-op Work CURTIS IVAN DAVIS, JR. Main Street Charleslown, New Hampshire Mechanical Engineering " Curt " — Married — Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 1, 2, 3, 4 — Bowling 1, 2 — A.S.M.E. 3. 4, 5— P; Tau Sigma — Co-op Work Record: Bryant Chucking; Grinder Co. ROBERT DAVIS 50 Wilmington Street Brockton, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Bob " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2 — A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record; Raytheon Mfg. Co.; Brockton Ice Coal Co. JOSEPH DAVID DEDOMINICIS 865 Highland Avenue Medford, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " JoeDee " — Yacht Club — Auto Club 4, 5 — Bowling 3, 4, 5 (Capt.) —A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: Hayes Pump Mach.; Carbert Mfg. Co. JOHN BENEDICT DELANEY, JR. Hi Fleming Street W ' aterhury, Connecticut Industrial Engineering Dean ' s List 5 — Band 1 — Scabbard Blade 3, 4, 5 — A.I.l.E. 4, 5 — S.A.M. 3 — Co-op Work Record; Raytheon Mfg. Q).; Waterman Pen Co. DONALD JOSEPH DeMARZI 16 Dale Street Franklin, Mass. Civil Engineering ■Don " — N.U.C.E.S. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record; Thomas Worcester Inc. ROBERT WHITNEY DENNIS, JR. 150 Center Avenue Ahington, Mass. Civil Engineering " oh " — Sigma Phi Alpha 3, 4, 5 — Dixieland Band 3, 4- N.U.C.E.S. 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record; Boston Edison Co. seventy-three I DON O. DENTREMONT I 404 Beale Slreel Wolhs on. Mjss. Alechiiniciil Engineering Scabbard Blade 3, 4, 5 — Charles Hayden Memorial Scholar- ship — Co-op Work Record: Fabric Research Laboratories; Pneu- matic Scale Corp. WILLIAM J. DEVER 81 Puller Street Dorchester, Mass. Industrial Engineering " Bill " — Pershing Rifles 1, 2, 3 (Fin. Off.) — A.S.M.E.— A.I.I.E. — S.A.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: Draper Corp.; United Carr Fastener; National Co. LOUIS ANTHONY DiCORPO 1857 Central Street Stoughton, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Lou " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2 — Class Cabinet 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5— P; Tau Sigma — Co-op Work Record: Brookfield Eng. Lab. JOHN JOSEPH DINEEN 96 BromfieU Street Lawrence, Mass. Electrical Engineering Married — One Son — Class Cabmet 1 — I.R.E. 4, 5 — Eta Kappa Nu 4, 5 (Treas.) — Tau Beta Pi 5 — Service Record; U.S. Navy 1948-52 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co. RANDOLPH MARSHALL DOE China. Maine Mechanical Engineering " Randy " — Married — One Daughter — Rifle Club 5 — A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co. EDWARD JAMES DOHERTY 1} Bow Street Woburn, Mass. Civil Engineering " Eddie " — N.U.C.E.S. — Service Record: U.S. Army 1953-55 — Co-op Work Record: Town of Stoneham; Thomas Worcester Co. ROBERT J. DOHERTY, JR. 79 Meagher Avenue Milton, Mass. Chemical Engineering Yacht Club 1, 2 — Chess Club 1, 2 — Class Cabinet 2, 3 — A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3 — Co-op Work Record: Foxboro Co.; Walter Baker. GERALD NEILSON DOULL, JR. .5.58 South 6th Street Fulton, New York Mechanical Engineering " Jetty " — Married — One Daughter — Clarkson College — Alpha Kappa Sigma 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Service Record: U.S. Army 1953-55 — Co-op Work Record: Gleason Works; Republic Steel Corp.; Mystic Valley Gas Co. seventy-four " Eddie " — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. trie Products. EDWARD MICHAEL DUNN 20 Spring Street Salem. Mass. Electrical Engineering -Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Elec- THOMAS PATRICK DUNNE 67 Seminole Avenue W ' allham, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Tom- — A.I.E.E. 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Co. Raytheon Mfg. LEONARD CORBETT EASTMAN School Street Bernardston, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Lenny " — Rifle Club 3 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Greenfield Tap Dye Corp.; U.S. Naval Airtest Center. HOWARD CARLTON EKSTRAND 33 High Street Quincy, Mass. Mechanical Engineering Married — A.S.M.E. 2 — Co-op Work Record: Kinney Mfg. Div. DONALD FRANCIS EMMONS 16 Theurer Park Watertown, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Don " — Married — Two Sons — M.LT. — Hus-Skiers 2, 3, 4 — A.LCh.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co.; Hub Testing Laboratory; Employee ' s Liability Assurance Corp. LAWRENCE WILSON ENGDAHL 165 Robhins Street Milton, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Larry " — Beta Gamma Epsilon 3, 4, 5 (Sec.) — A.S.M.E. 3, 4. 5 — S.A.M.E. .3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Saco-Lowell Shops. RICHARD HENRY ESTES l45 Tower Road Dalton, Mass. Civil Engineering " Dick " — Married — Beta Gamma Epsilon 3, 4 (Treas.), 5 (Pres.) — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: George E. Emerson. RICHARD WARREN ESTES 7 Erit ' in Road North Reading. Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Dick " — Married — Beta Gamma Epsilon 4, 5 — S.A.M.E. 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. 5 — Co-op Work Record: United Shoe Mach- inery Corp. seventy-five CAESAR JOHN FAVALORO in Richmond Street Boston, Aiass. Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E. 3, 4. 5 — Co-op Work Record; Avco Mfg. Dorniitzer Electric; American Machine Foundry Co. Corp. PETER FELDMAN 49 Aborn Street Peabody, Mass. Mechanical Engineering Kappa Zeta Phi 2, 3, 4, 5 (Sec.) —Rifle Club 4, 5 — Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 4 — Class Secretary 4 — A.S.M.E, 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M.E. 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: U.S. Naval Air Test Center; M.I.T. ; Charles T. Main. ROBERT EMMETT FIELD 91 Putnam Road Somerville, Mass. Civil Engineering " Bob " — Syracuse University — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3. 4, 5 ■ — Service Record: U.S. Army 1950-52 — Co-op Work Record: Massachu- setts Dept. of Public Works; Sylvania Electric Co. STANLEY ARTHUR FIERSTON 224 Eastern Avenue Lynn, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Stan " — Dean ' s List 4, 5 — A.F.C.E.A. 1, 2 — Radio Club 1, 2, 5, 4, ■i — Neu ' s 1 — A.LE.E.-LR.E. — Co-op Work Record; A. F. Cambr. Research Center ; National Co. ; Pioneer Electronics. MARTIN FINIGIAN 119 Crescent Street Waltham, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Marty " — Married — A.S.M.E. — Service Record; U.S. Army 1944-48 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co.; Springfield Armory ; Watertown Arsenal. FRANCIS FINNEGAN 18i Dover Street Brockton, Mass. Electrical Engineering |.-|-an " — A.I.F..E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Metals and ((introls Corp.; Brockton Edison Co. HOWARD ANTHONY FLANAGAN 52 B Street Lowell, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Ed " — Dean ' s List 3 — Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treas.), 5 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M.E. 1, 2 — Pi Tau Sigma — Co-op Work Record: Abbot Worsted Co.; National Co. DON GARDINER FLANDERS 448 East Main Street Milford, Mass. Electrical Engineering Dean ' s List 2 — Radio Club 1 (V. Pres.), 2, 3, 4, 5 — Auto Club — Co-op Work Record: Tclechron; Foxboro Co. .teventy-six WILLIAM PETER FLEMING 17 Cambridge Street Lawrence, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Bill " — Aero Club 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record; Peter Gray Corp.; Bellamy-Rubie Inc.; Tyler Rubber Co. CURTIS HOWARD FLIGHT 489 Pleasant Street Milton, Mass. Industrial Engineering " Curt ■ — A.I.I.E. 4, 5— S.A.M.E. 4. 5— Co-op Work Record; Sanborn Co.; Foxboro Co.; Boston Insulated Wire and Cable Co. ROBERT EDWARD FLYNN 12 Thetford Avenue Dorchester, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Bob " — Camera Club 3 — Class Cabinet 5— A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Hunt-Spiller Mfg. Co. CHARLES ARTHUR FORSBERG 53 Proctor Street W ' orcester, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Charlie " — Worcester Junior College — Hus-Skiers 4, 5 (Pres.) — Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Sec), 5 — Scabbard Blade 3, 4, 5 — I.R.E. — Co-op Work Record; Machinery Electrification Co. ROBERT SYLVESTER FOSHAY 9 Magnolia Road Milton, Mass. Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record; Walter Baker Co. RICHARD LAWRENCE FOSTER 17 Foster Street Sangus, Mass. Civil Engineering " Larry " — Class Cabinet 4, 5- ord; Metcalf Eddy. N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Rec- FRANCIS DONALD FOUCHER 229 East Haverhill Street Lawrence, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Frank " — Married — Tufts College — A.S.M.E. — Service Rec- ord; U.S. Army 1950-52 — Co-op Work Record; Watertown Arsenal ; J. F. Bingham Mfg. Co. JOHN LAWRENCE FOX 92 Elm Street North Easton, Mass. Electrical Engineering Dean ' s List 5 — Hus-Skiers 1, 3, 4 — Rifle Club 4 — A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record; Brockton Epiison Co. seventy -seven DOMINIC FRANCIS FRANGIOSO, JR. 153 Sjra inah Avenue Alatlapaii, Alass. Civil Engineering ■Dom, Fran. Sonny " — Rifle Club 4, 5 — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3. 4 — Co-op Work Record: The Schuyler Clapp Co. SIDNEY FREEDMAN 129 Boytiton Street MMden, Mass. Civil Engineering " Sid " — Rifle Club 5 — Student Council 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 4, 5— N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M.E. 2, 3 — Class Vice Pres. 2 — Co-op Work Record: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; Everett M. Brooks. WARREN WHITNEY FREEMAN State Road Kittery, Maine Mechanical Engineering " Wren " — Dean ' s List 3. 4 — A.S.M.E. 4, 5 — Pi Tau Sigma — Tan Beta Pi - Kingston Manufacturing Co. 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M.E. 3, -Co-op Work Record: RICHARD VANCE FRENCH 48 Exeter Street Lawrence, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Dick ■ — Scabbard Blade 3, 4, 5 — I.R.E. — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Sylvania Electric; Tuns-Sol Electric. CHARLES A. FURCINITI 429 ' ? P :ks Road Pittsfield, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Chas " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3,4, 5 — Rifle Club 4 — Student Council 2, 3 — A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 (Sec) — Eta Kappa Nil — Tau Beta P — Co-op Work Record: General Electric Co. ALFRED JOSEPH GANGI 14i Newbury Street Lawrence. Mass. Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record; Bailey Co. EDWARD FRANCIS GEARY 52 Boston Avenue Somerville, Mass. Electrical Engineering Married — One Son, One Daughter — A.I.E.E. — Service Record: U.S. Army 1944-46, 1950-51 — Co-op Work Record: Keleket X-Ray Co.; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; Murphy Army Hos- pital. EUGENE WARREN GEER, 7 9 Pilsudski Way South Boston, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Gene " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 4 — A.I.E.E.- I.R.E. — Eta Kappa Nu — Co-op Work Record: Boston Edison Co. JR. seventy-eight BURTON JAMES GENS 19 Spaulding Lane Newton, Mass. Electrical Engineering Married — One Son — A.F.C.E.A. 1, 2 — Pershing Rifles 1, 2 — A.I.E.E. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: William Gens Son. ARTHUR RICHARD GIANGRANDE 93 Central Street Somerville, Mass. Civil Engineering ■Art " — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record; H. R. Feldman Inc. ALLAN PRIMO GIOVANNINI 11 CarUton Street Brockton, Mass. Civil Engineering N.LI.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: Hayward-Boynton " Ar Co. ALBERT JACK GLASSMAN 4.5 Shawmut Street Revere, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Al " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Class Cabinet 4 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Class Secretary 4, 5 — P ' Tail Sigma — Tail Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: Barry Controls Inc. ; Machinecraft. CREIGHTON M. GOGOS 438 Huntington Avenue Boston, Mass. Electrical Engineering Hus-Skiers 4, 5 — Yacht Club 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record; Bolt, Beranek Newman, Inc. JEROLD JULIUS GOLNER 140 Boylston Street Maiden, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Jerry " — Freshman Honor List — A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Charks Hayden Scholarship — Tau Beta Pi — Co-op Work RecoiJ Arthur D. Little; Solvent Chemical Co. HAROLD C. GOODWIN 1 Glendale Street Randolph, Mass. Industrial Engineering " Hal " — Married — One Son, One Daughter — Dean ' s List 4, 5 — Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 3 — Class Cabinet 5 — A.I. I.E. 2, 3 (Sec), 4 (Treas.), 5 — Service Record: U.S. Navy 1950-51 — Co-op Work Record: MacGregor Instrument Co.; Vanta Co. LANE WALLACE GORTON 71 Quincy Street Arlington, Mass. Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. — Co-op Work Record; General Radio Co. seventy-nine ROBERT BRUCE GRAVES 19 Snow Drive Litlleloii, Alms. Mechanical Engineering " Bob " — Married — One Son — Rifle Team 1, 2, 3 — Rifle Club 1 (Pres.), 2 (V. Pres.), 3 — A.S.M.E. 4, 5 (Sec.) — Charles Hayden Memorial Scholarship 1 — Co-op Work Record: Ray- theon Mfg. Co. ROBERT FRANK GRAYTON i9 Dustin Street Peabody, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Bob " — Dean ' s List 3 — Hockey 1, 2, 3 — Hus-Skiers 3, 4, 5 — Rifle Club 4 — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co. ; Sylvania Electric Co. ; Champion Lamp Works. 4, 5 — Dean ' s List 5 — Band 1, 2, -Service Record: U.S. Army 1952-53 LLOYD MELVIN GREEN 76 North Bayfield Road North Quincy, Mass. Ind ustrial Engineering Beta Gamma Epsilon 2, 3. 4 — A.LLE. 2, 3. 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record; Sanborn Co. ALAN ROBERT GREENFIELD 199 Cambria Street Springfield, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Al " — Married — Sigma Kappa Psi — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Rifle Club 5 — Band 1, 2, 3, 5 — LR.E. 5 — E a Kappa N« — Tau Beta Pi— Co-op Work Record: Gabriel Labs; C.B.S.-Hytron; Tufts College. THOMAS JOSEPH GRIFFIN 10 Morrow Road Brighton, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Griff " — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — Basketball 3 — Rifle Club 4 — A.I.Ch.E. — Co-op Work Record; Raytheon Mfg. Co. NICHOLAS ANTHONY GULLI 11 South Dulcher Street Irvington, New York Civil Engineering " Nick " — Phi Gamma Pi — Hus-Skiers 2, 3, 4 — Class Cabinet 4 — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: Harry R. Feldman; Whit- man Howard. ROY ALBERT HAGEN 1 Rock Avenue Dorchester, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Pappy " — Married — One Daughter — Rifle Club 5 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Service Record: U.S. Army 1941-45 — Co-op Work Record: R. G. " Vanderweil; Kirby Miller. WILLIAM ROBERT HAMMOND 4 Dean Street Islington. Aias.t. Chemical Engineering ■ ' Bill " — Married — One Son, One Daughter — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.I.Ch.E. 3, 4, 5 — r.;« Beta I ' i — Co-op Work Record; Bird Son Inc.; Eastman Kodak Co. eighty FREDERICK STANLEY HANNON 299 North Harvard Street Boston, Mass. Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: National Co.; Reeves Pulley Co. CHARLES HANS HANSON 21 North Central Avenue Quincy, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Charlie " — Married — Freshman Honor List — Rifle Club 4 — Student Council 2, 3, 4, 5 — Auto Club 3 — A.S.M.E. — P Tail Sigma 4, 5 (Pres.) —Tau Beta W — Service Record; U.S. Navy 1946-48 — Co-op Work Record; MIT Instrumentation Lab. DAVID ROSWELL HARDY 849 Salem Street Lynnfield. Mass. Mechanical Engineering Co-op Work Record; Manning, Maxwell Moore; Hub Testing Lab. ; Boston Machine Works Co. THOMAS JOSEPH HARNEY .53 Allerlon Street Plymouth. Mass. Aiechanical Engineering " Tom " — Dean ' s List 2 — A.S.M.E. 3 Army 1946-48 — Co-op Work Record: 5 — Service Record; U.S. U.S. Navy; U.S. Steel Co. PETER JAMES HARRINGTON 570 Eliot Street Milton. Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Pete " — Freshman Honor List — A.S.M.E. 3, 5 — S.A.M.E. 3, 4 (Treas.), 5 — ROTC Outstanding Sophomore Cadet — Pi Tau Sigma — Tau Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record; MIT Instrumenta- tion Lab; Mico Instrument Co. THOMAS J. HARRIS, JR. 971 Washington Street Gloucester. Mass. Mechanical Engineering Married — One Son, One Daughter - (Asst. Drill Off.), 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. - Record; Sylvania Electric. -Pershing Rifles 1, 2, ■ S.A.M.E. — Co-op Work CHARLES JOSEPH HARTMAN 267 Newbury Street Boston. Mass. Electrical Engineering " Chuck " — Married — University of Maryland — Phi Gamma Pi — I.R.E. — Service Record; U.S. Navy 1950-52 — Co-op Work Record: L ' .S. Air Force Cambridge Research Laboratory; U.S. Navy Underwater Sound Laboratory. HAROUTUNE M. HAYTAYAN 49 Burbank Street Boston, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Harry " — A.S.M.E. 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record; Emerson-Sack- Warner Corp. ; Carbert Mfg. Co. ; Lewis Shepard. i. A- 1. ■ LI JOHN PATRICK HICKEY, JR. 115 W ' okott Ro.id Brookline, AUss. Ciiil Engineering " Hie " — Rifle Club 4, 5 — N.U.C.E.S. 2. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Clarkeson Engineering Co, ; Mass. Dept. of Public Works; Town of Framingham. PETER JOEL HOLSBERG 67.5 W ' .ishinglon Street Brookline, M ss. Electric.il Engineering " Pete " — Sigma Kappa Psi — Dean ' s List 2, 4, 5 — Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (Dlr.) — A.LE.E.-LR.E. 3, 4, 5 — Charles Hayden Me- morial Scholarship — A.LE.E.-LR.E. Technical Paper Award 4 — Eta Kappa Ni 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co. CYRUS HOSMER III 34 Chester Road Belmont, Mass. Alechanical Engineering " Cy " — Camera Club 2 — Choral Society 1— A.S.M.E. 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Co.; A. W. Banister Co.; Min- neapolis-Honeywell Regulator Co. BRADFORD S. HOWES .526 Main Street Horth Hanover, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Brad " — Freshman Honor List — Rifle Club 4 — A.LE.E.- LR.E. — Eta Kappa Nu — Tau Beta P — Service Record: U.S. Army 1948-52; — Co-op Work Record: Hycon-Eastern Inc.; Northeastern Llniv.; Tung-Sol Electric. ALAN STUART HUNTER 146 County Road Tewkshury, Mass. Alechanical Engineering " Al " — Married — Dean ' s 2 — Co-op Work Record: Rifle Club 5 — A.S.M.E. Air Test Center. 3, 4, List 4 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M.E. U.S. Naval Air Test Center. LA ' WRENCE ROY HUNTLEY, JR. Plymouth Street North Middleboro, Mass. Mechanical Engineering 5 — Co-op Work Record: Naval ROBERT THEODORE HYNES Oak Hill Road Harvard, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Bob " — Married — Worcester Polytechnic Institute ' — Dean ' s List 2 — Hus-Skiers 3, 4 — I.R.E. 2, 3, 4. 5 — Co-op Work Record: Acton Laboratories; Technology Instrument Corp. ALBERT VASKEN JELALIAN 48 Quincy Street Somerville. Mass. Electrical Engineering " Al " — Dean ' s List 5 — Basketball 1 (Mpr.) — A.LE.E.-LR.E. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co. eighty-two ARTHUR W. JOHNSON 40 Howe Street Milton, Mass. Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Mathewson Machine Works. HENRY ALBERT JOHNSON 37 i South Street Jamaica Plain, Mass. Mechanical Engineering ■Hank " — Rifle Club 5 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Kinney Mfg. Div. ; International Equipment Co. EDWARD CRANE JONES 3 Salisbury Street Winchester, Mass. Chemical Engineering ■■Ed " — Married — Freshman Honor List — A.F.C.E.A. 2, 3 — Camera Club 1 — Radio Club 1, 2 — Rifle Club 4 — Auto Club 3 — A.LCh.E. — A.C.S. — Co-op Work Record: Stone Web- ster Eng. Corp.; Northeastern Univ.; Monsanto Chemical Co. GERARD F. X. KAJUNSKI 50 Ridgewood Street Dorchester, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Jerry " — Sigma Phi Alpha — Camera Club 1 — Rifle Club 3 — Student Council 4 — A.S.M.E. — S.A.M.E. — Class Board 4 — Co-op Work Record: Waterto-wn Arsenal; Northeastern Univ. NISHAN KARAKASHIAN 16 Russell Road Newton. Mass. Civil Engineering ■Co-op Work Record: City of Newton. " Nish " — N.U.C.E.S. ROBERT JOSEPH KATES, JR. U De Wolfe Street Dorchester, Mass. Industrial Engineering ■■Bob " —Phi Beta Alpha 3, 4, 5 (V. Pres.) —Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 5 — A.F.C.E.A. 1 (Treas.), 2, 5— Husky Highlighters 3, 4, 5 (Pres.) —Pershing Rifles 1, 2, 3, 4 (E xec. Off.)— Student Council 3, 4-5 (Pres.) — LF.C. 5 (Soc. Ch.) — Frosh Night Show 3, 4, 5 — A.LLE. — S.A.M. — S.A.M.E. — Clara and Joseph Ford Award — Distinguished Military Stu- Jent — Cadet Regimental Commander — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co.; Charles Cushman Co. GERALD KAWADLER 7 Clarkwood Street Mattapan, Mass. Mechanical Engineering ■Jerry " — Married — Silver Masque 3, 4, 5 — Sutdent Council 5 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co.; Quartermaster R D Center. WILLIAM FRANCIS KEARNS 11 Woodlatvn Avenue Wellesley Hills, Mass. Civil Engineering " Bill " — Basketball 2, 3, 4 — N.U.C.E.S. 3, 4, 5— Most Im- proved Player Award 4 — Co-op Work Record: Barnes Engi- neering Co. eighty-three ALGIROAS PRANAS KEBLINSKAS 44 Edgar Street Brockton, Mass. Citil Engineering " Al " — N.U.C.E.S. 2. 3. 4. 5 — I.R.C. 5 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Hay ward and Hay ward; Haj ' ward-Boynton. WILLIAM THOMAS KELLY 61 Cherry Street Maiden. Mass. Chemical Engineering " Bill " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Silver Masque 1, 2 (Tech. Mgr.), 3 — Class Cabinet 5 — A.I.Ch.E. — Tan Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record; Goodyear Tire Rubber Co. NORMAN E. KENNEDY 726 Elm Street Mansfield, Mass. Citil Engineering " Norm " — Married — One Son, Two Daughters — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Hus-Skiers 2 — Service Record: U.S. Air Force 1949- 53 — Co-op Work Record: Commonwealth of Mass.; Ring En- gineering Co. ; Turner Const. Co. WILLIAM FRANCIS KING .5.55 Broadway Street Everett. Mass. Electrical Engineering " Bill " — Married — One Daughter — Sigma Phi Alpha — Fresh- man Honor List — Dean ' s List 2 — I.R.E. — Et Kappa Nu — Tail Beta P — Service Record: U.S. Navy 1946-48 — Co-op Work Record: Doelcam Co. CHARLES MASON KINGSBURY 40 W ' inthrop Street HolUston, Mass. Mechanical Engineering Chess Club 3, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4. 5 — Co-op Work Record: Pneumatic Scale Corp.; Star Mkt. Co.; ' Victory Plastics Co. Freshman Honor List — Rifle Club 4 - Co-op Work Record: Chrysler Corp. JAMES PHILIP KNIGHT 19 Kingsbury Street Framingham, Mass. Mechanical Engineering ■A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 (Ch.) — RICHARD WHITTIER KNIGHT 20 Gloucester Street Arlington. Mass. Electrical Engineering " Dick " — Deans List 4 (V. Ch.), 5 (Ch.) — Henry Francis Barrows Scholarship Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co 3, 4, 5 — Radio Club 2— A.I.E.E. 3, Charles Hayden Memorial Scholarship Eta Kappa Nu — Co-op JAMES MARTIN KNOWLTON 30 Putnam Street Watertown, A ass. Mechanical Engineering " Jim " — Beta Gamma Epsilon 4, 5 — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Pi Tau Sigma 4, 5 (Sec.) —Co-op Work Record: Barry Controls; MIT; Manning, Maxwell Moore. ei hty-jour , RICHARD ALAN KOFFINKE 16 Calalpa Road Norwood, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Dick " — Married — One Son, One Daughter — Dean ' s List 4, 5 — Track 1— A.S.M.E. 4, 5 — ft Tau Sigma 4, 5 (Treas.) — Service Record: U.S. Army 1951-54 — Co-op Work Record: Bird Machine Co. ; Cole-Hersee. WALLACE RONALD KORNACK 149 Congress Avenue Chelsea, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Wallie " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 4, 5 — A.S.M.I . — Distinguished Military Student — Pi Tail Sigma — Co-op ' Work Record: Ford Moto r Co. ANTHONTi ' ARTHUR KOUNELAS 15 Aldrich Street Somerville, Mass. Electrical Engineering 4, 5 — Co-op " Work Record: Boston " Tony " — A.LE.E. 2, Edison Co. FREDERICK HERBERT KURTZ 415 Conover Street South Amhoy, New Jersey Civil Engineering " Fred " — Basketball 1 — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M.E. 5 — Co-op -Work Record: Karl H. ' Wilber. BOGUSLAW WOJCIECH KUSMIEREK 26 Alpine Street Roxburj, Mass. Chemical Engineering 4, 5 — A.I.Ch.E, — Trustee Scholarship — MIT. " Bog " — I.R.C. .1, Co-op Work Record LIONEL EDMOND LABELLE i94 Center Street Brockton, Mass. Civil Engineering " Spike " — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Brock- ton City Engineer ' s Office; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; Mas- sachusetts Dept. of Public Works. JOHN ALAN LAGER 9 Linden Street Framingham, Mass. Civil Engineering Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Scabbard Blade 3, 4, 5 — Rifle Club 5 — S.A.M.E. 3, 4 (V. Pres.), 5 (Pres.) — N.U.C.E.S — Outstanding ROTC Junior Cadet — Tau Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: Metcalf Eddy. EUGENE FRANCIS LALLY 111 Dorchester Street Quincy, Mass. Electrical Engineering Camera Club 1 — Radio Club 5 — Auto Club 3, 4, 5 — A.I.E.E- I.R.E. 5 — Co-op Work Record: Norwood Municipal Light Dept.; U.S. Steel Corp. eighly-five ROLAND LAPIERRE 103 Kinsman Street Everett, Mass. Civil Engineering " Rocky " — Married — One Daughter — Baseball 2 — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: Whitman Howard; Warren M. Mir- ick. JAMES ARTHUR LAPOINTE 119 Central Street Peahody, Mass. Electrical Engineering ■Jim " — Married — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — Hus-Skiers 2, 3, 4, 5 — Rifle Team 1, 2, 3 — Yacht Club 1 — Radio Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Rifle Club 1, 2, 3 — A.LE.E.-LR.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Eta Kappa Nu — Co-op Work Record: C.B.S.-Hytron. EARL RUSSELL LASTE, JR. 110 Main Street Rockport, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Russ " — Cross Country 1, 2 — Debating Club 1 — Husky Highlighters 4, 5 — Husky Key 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Silver Masque 4 — Square Dance 4, 5 — LR.E. — Co-op Work Record: U.S. Navy Underwater Sound Lab. MILAN WARNER LAWSON 43 Pleasantview Street Montpelier, Vermont Civil Engineering " Cob " — Freshman Honor List — -Dean ' s List 2, 3 — Husky Highlighters 4, 5 — Husky Key 3, 4, 5 — Rifle Club 5 — Square Dance Club 1 — Student Council 5 — Class Cabinet 1, 2, 3 — Freshman Night 4, 5 (Ch.) — Custodian, School Mascot 4 — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 (Ed. Bulldozer) Co-op Work Record: Vermont Highway Dept. HAROLD WESLEY LEAVENS 189 Belle vue Road Quincy, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Harry " — Dean ' s List — Football 2— Track 2 — Rifle Club 4 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — P Tau Sigma — Co-op Work Record: Pneumatic Scale Corp. NORMAND ARTHUR LECLERC 440 Coolidge Avenue Manchester, New Hampshire Civil Engineering " Doc " — Hus-Skiers 1 —N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: New Hampshire Dept. of Public Works Highways. JOHN PETER LEES 1 Soward Street Hopedale. Mass. Industrial Engineering Deans List 5 — Class Obinet 3. 4 — A.LLE. 4 (V. Ch.), 5 (Ch.) —Co-op Work Record: E. L DuPont. EDWARD STANLEY LEONARD n Columbus Avenue North Boston, Mass, Mechanical Engineering •Ed " — Dean ' s List 4 — Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 3 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Foxboro Co. eighty-six DONALD STANLEY LEVINE 16 Grant Circle Sharon, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Don " — Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4, 5 — Freshman Honor List — A.F.C.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 — Camera Club 1. 2, 3, 4 (V. Pres.) Silver Masque 1, 2, 3-5 (Prod. Mgr.) —Scabbard Blade 3, 4, 5 — Hayden Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: Doelcam Div. IRVING MURTON LEVINE 61 Boylston Street Maiden, Mass. Civil Engineering " Irv " — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 (Ed. Bulldozer) — S.A.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: William S. Crocker. JACOB LEWIN 47 Shepard Street Lynn, Mass. Electrical Engineering Yacht Club 3, 4 (Treas.), 5 (V. Com.)— Radio Club 4 — Rifle Club 3, 4 — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. — Co-op Work Record: Calidyne Co. ; Sylvania Electric Products. DANIEL JAMES LINEHAN 33 Philbrick Street Roslindale, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Dan " — Married — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — A.F.C.E.A. 3, 4, 5 — Bowling 3, 4, 5 — £ j Kappa Nu — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co. HERBERT MEUNG-HO LIU S6.5 X est End Avenue New York, New York Mechanical Engineering Pershing Rifles 2, 3,4, 5 — Rifle Club 3 — Scabbard Blade 3, 4, 5— A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5— S.A.M.E. 2, 3. 4 (Treas.), 5 — Dis- tinguished Military Student — Co-op Work Record: Mathewson Machine Works; Republic Aviation. ALBAN J. LOBDELL 617 Main Street Wakefield. Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Al " — Married — Rifle Club 3 — Square Dance Club 1, 2 — A.S.M.E. — S.A.M.E. — Distinguished Military Student — Co-op Work Record: J. W. Greer Co.; Dies Stamping Inc. HARRY SHELDON LOCKHART, JR. 148 Dexter Street Maiden, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Shel " — Married — Aero Club 4, 5 — Rifle Club 4 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 5 — Co-op Work Record: National Ad- visory Committee for Aeronautics; Market Forge Co. THOMAS WILLIAM LYNCH 43 Eddie Street Quincy, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Tom " — Married — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Quartermaster Research Development Center; E. I. DuPont de Nemours Co. eighty-seven RICHARD DONALD MacDOUGAL 383 Main Street W ' aterloun, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Dick " — Married — One Daughter — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Baseball 1 — Rifle Club 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Pi Tau Sigma — Service Record: Navy Air Corps 1950- 52 — Co-op Work Record: Scully Signal Co.; Sanborn Co. JAMES PATTISON MacGREGOR 27 Sewell Street W ' ollaston. Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Jim " — Married — One Son — Rifle Club 4, 5 — Student Union 3 — Class Cabinet 1 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Service Record: U.S. Navy 1950-52 — Co-op Work Record: Pneumatic Scale Corp. DAVID LEONARD MacPHERSON 11 Harriman Avenue Re.iding. Mass. Civil Engineering " Dave " — Beta Gamma Epsilon 3, 4, 5 (V. Pres.) — Freshman Honor List — Hus-Skiers — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: New York, New Haven Hartford Railroad. JOAO LUIS B. MAGALHAES 64 Biirbank Street Boston, Mass. Civil Engineering " Joe " — Married — Freshman Honor List — N.U.C.E.S. — Class Cabinet 1 — Co-op Work Record: Barnes Engineering Co.; A. C. Peters. DONALD E. MANNING 3.5 W ' oodbine Street Brockton, Mass. Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. 3, 4-5 (Sec.)— Co-op Work Record: Foy, Co. E. L. Lebaron ALFRED NED MARDEN .5S Birch Grove Drive Pitts field, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Al " — Married — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3, 5 • — Track 1 — Rifle Club 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: Sprague Electric Co. FRANCIS RALPH MARIANI 2.5 7 Meridian Street East Boston, Mass. Chemical Engineering A.I.Ch.E. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: U.S. Army Quartermaster R D; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Union Bay State Chemical Co. GEORGE GILBERT MAROIS 12 Coombs Street Middlehoro, Mass. Mechanical Engineering 3, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E, 3, 4, 5 Bell Aircraft Corp.; Freshman Honor List — Band 1. — Pi Tau Sigma — Co-op Work Record Brown Sharpe Mfg. Co. eighty-eight THOMAS HAROLD MARTIN, JR. 74 Neponset Avenue Hyde Park, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Tom " — Rifle Club 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 3, 4, 5 — A.I.E.E.- I.R.E. — Co-op Work Record; MIT Instrumentation Lab; Bolt Beranek Newman; The Kelton Co. ANTHONY FRANCIS MARTINEZ 6 Homestead Avenue Naugatuck, Connecticut Industrial Engineering " Tony " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 3 — A.I.I.E. 2, 3 (Sec.) — E.C.N.U. 4, 5 — 2nd Prize Freshman Declamation Contest — Co-op Work Record; L. E. Waterman Pen Co.; Raytheon Mfg. Co. ROCCO PAUL MASTROCOLA 21 7 Ferry Street Everett, Mass. Mechanical Engineering Dean ' s List 4 — Class Cabinet 2, 3 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Charles Hayden Memorial Scholarship — Pi Tau Sigma 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record; Arthur D. Little Inc. NILS A. MAURICE 9 Olive Street Ashland, Mass. Mechanical Engineering Married — One Daughter — Pershing Rifles 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Radio Club 1— A.S.M.E. 3. 4, 5 — S.A.M.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Buerkel Co.; Clifford Mfg. Co.; Bay State Abrasive Products. ROY CHARLES MAXFIELD 91 Bridge Street Fairhaven, Mass. Electrical Engineering Daughter — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — U.S. Air Force 1950-54 — Co-op Married — One Son, One A.I.E.E. — Service Record; Work Record; Aerovox Co. HAROLD JOSEPH McCARTHY, JR. 165 Everett Street W ' ollaston, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Mac " — A.I.Ch.E. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5— A.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5— S.A.M.E. 2, 3 — Distinguished Military Student — Co-op Work Record: Goodyear Tire Rubber Co. JEROME FRANCIS McCARTHY 9i Jefferson Drive Norwood, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Jez " — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.I.E.E. — r r» Beta Pi — Eta Kappa Nu — Co-op Work Record: Norwood Municipal Light Dept. ; Detroit Controls. PAUL TIMOTHY McCARTHY 11 Crockett Avenue Dorchester, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Mac " — A.I.E.E. — Service Record: U.S. Marine Corps 1950- 52 — Co-op Work Record; New England Transformer; Picker X-Ray Corp.; Mass. General Hospital. hty-nine :V f ' f . ROBERT HAROLD McDONNELL il4 Suaiii ' s Pond Avenue Melrose. Aiass. Chi! Engineering " Mac " — Dean ' s List 2 — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M.E. 2, 3 — Co-op Work Record: William S. Crooker. JOHN COLEMAN McDONOUGH 43 Lydon Street Norwood, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Mac " — LR.E. — Co-op Work Record: Detroit Control Engi- neering Corp. ; Tobe Deutschmann Corp. JAMES KEITH McEWEN J 4 Pel ham Terrace Arlington. Mass. Aiechanical Engineering " Jim " — A,S.M.E. 3, 4 Tau Sigma 5 — Co-op Work Record inery Co. ; MIT. 5 — Thompson Scholarship 1, 2 — Pi Hayes Pump and Mach- WALTER RAYMOND McGRATH, JR. 1048 Washington Street Gloucester, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Wally " — Married — One Daughter — Pershing Rifles 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M.E. 2, 3 — Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Co. PAUL GERARD McHUGH 58 Emerson Road W in thro p, Mass. Electrical Engineering Sigma Phi Alpha 4 (Corr. Sec,), 5 — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4. 5 — Yacht Club 1, 2, 3 (Com.) — Scabbard Blade 4, 5 — Eta Kappa Nu — Tau Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: Avco. WILLIAM EDWARD McHUGH 9 Henderson Street Arlington, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Bill " — Phi Beta Alpha 4, 5 — Student Council 5 — Class Cab- inet 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M.E. 3, 4, 5— Co-op Work Record: General Electronics Lab.; United Shoe Machinery Corp. ALAN JAMES McLAUGHLIN 120 Charles Diersch Street East Weymouth, Mass. Electrical Engineering " AV — Sigma Phi Alpha 3, 4, 5— Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5 — A.F.C.E.A. 2, 3, 4, 5— Class Cabinet 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 3, 4, 5 (Lst Sgt.) — A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Distinguished Military Student — Eta Kappa Nu — Co-op Work Record: Elec- tro Switch Corp. ; Northeastern Univ. WILLIAM JOHN McLAY 2} Bedford Street Y oburn, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Bill " — Married — One Daughter — Dean ' s List 4, 5 — Cam- era Club 1 — Rifle Club 4 — A.l.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4, 5— Co-op Work Record: Atlantic Gelatin; National Research Corp.; Standard Duplicating Machine Corp. ninety GEORGE FRANKLIN MEAGHER 3 Albany Terrace Lynn, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Stretch " — Married — Two Sons — Cross Country 2 — Football 1— Track 1, 2 — A.S.M.E. — ft Tau Sigma 4, 5 (V. Pres.) — Co-op Work Record: United Shoe Machinery Corp.; Produc- tion Products. JOSEPH JOHN MEGNA 1S5 Paris Street East Boston, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Buddy " — Freshman Honor List — Pershing Rifles 1, 2, 3 — Rifle Club 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 1,2 — Scabbard Blade 3, 4, 5 — LR.E. — Eta Kappa Nu — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern Univ. FRANCIS JOSEPH MELANSON 110 Russell Street W ' altham, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Frank " — Married — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Choral Society 1 — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. — £;j Kappa Nu — Tan Beta Pi — Service Record: U.S. Navy 1948-52 — Co-op Work Record: MIT Instrumentation Lab.; Ultrasonic Corp. ZENONAS A. MERECKIS 42 Albert Street Brockton. Mass. Electrical Engineering " Zenny " — A.I.E.E. — Co-op Work Record: Bolt Beranek Newman ; Kelton Company. PAUL EDWARD MILLS 7 Oakwood Street Holden, Mass. Chemical Engineering ■A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4, 5— A.C.S. 2, 3, 4, " Paul " — Auto Club 5 — Co-op Work Record: Co. Raytheon Mfg. Co. ; Victory Plastics JOHN FRANCIS MINIHANE 39 Congress Street Lynn, Mass. Chemical Engineering Dean ' s List 2, 3 — Hus-Skiers 1, 2 — Rifle Club 3 — A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 (Pres.) —A.C.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Godfrey L. Cabot Inc. GERALD MIRLISS 3i0 Summit Avenue Brighton, Mass. Mechanical Engineering Work Record: Gen- y . - ,f , »- ' j,a ' -.. - jM x twra ' -; Jerry " — Married - eral Radio Co. • A.S.M.E. — Co-op CARLO JOHN MONTISANO 149 Milton Street East Dedham, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Monty " — Dean ' s List 5 — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 3, 4. 5 — Sons of Italy Junior Lodge Scholarship Award — Co-op Work Record: Montisano Eng ' s Lab; Transistor Products Inc.; The Foxboro Co. ninety-one WILLIAM HENRY MOODY Prospect Sheet South Acton, M.iss. Electrical Engineering " Bill " — Married — One Son, One Daughter — Texas Christian University — I.R.E. — Service Record: U.S. Navy 1945-49, U.S. Air Force 1952-53 — Co-op Work Record: General Radio. ROBERT ERNEST MORRISON 10 Linuood Place Lynn, Aiass. Chemical Engineering " Bob " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 4 — A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.C.S. 2, 3 — Trustee Scholarship — Tau Beta Pi — Co-op Work Record: Arthur D. Little, Inc. WILLIAM MOY 401 Norfolk Street Dorchester, Mass. Ciiil Engineering " Bill " — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: neering Co. ; New England Survey Service. Clarkeson Eni;i- LAWRENCE WILLIAM MURPH 88 Division Street North Attleboro, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Murph " — Chamberlayne Junior College — A.S.M.E. 3 — Co- op Work Record: Brookfield Laboratories Inc. THOMAS GARY NELSON 84 Fremont Street Arlington, Mass. Mechanical Engineering Married — One Son, One Daughter — Radio Club 2 — Rifle Club 5 — A.S.M.E. — Service Record: U.S. Marine Air Corps 1946- 51 — Co-op Work Record: Lewis Shepard Co. DMYTRO JAMES NESTERENKO 5}5 East Sixth Street South Boston, Mass. Mechanical Engineering Pershing Rifles 2, 3 — Class Cabinet 2, 3. 4 — A.S.M.E. —. S.A.ME. — Co-op Work Record: Boston Gas Co.; Market Forge Co. FRANK D. NIGRO 6:5 Dale Street Revere, Mass. Mechanical Engineering Aero Club 4 — A.S.M.E. — Co-op Work Record: H. K. Porter, Inc. ARTHUR VAUGHN NIVEN 6 Carlford Road Boston, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Art " — Rifle Team 3, 4 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co. nmety-tivo ' ' v ;-- ROBERT THOMAS O ' CONNOR 22 Huntoon Street Dorchester, Mass. Mechanical Enghieering Freshman Honor List — Hus-Skiers 3 — A.S.M.E. 3, 5 — S.A.M.E. 5 — Co-op Work Record: Doelcam Division; Mason-N eilan Co. PHILIP ANTHONY OLIVIERO 32 Shirley Street Everett, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Phil " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — A.I.Ch.E. — Charles Hayden Memorial Scholarships — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Cancer Research Institute; Union Bay State Chemical Co. PAUL STEVEN OLSON 79 Surrey Street w Brighton, Mass. 1 Chemical Engineering " Paul " — Married Dean ' s List 3. 4 — A.F.C.E.A. 2 — Persh- ss ing Rifles 1, 2 — Scabbard Blade 3, 4, 5 — A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3. 4, 5 — A.C.S. — Co-op Work Record: Arthur D. Little. ROBERT J. ONUFER 1489 Scott Street Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania Chem ical Engineering " Little Stick " — Wilkes College — Class Cabinet 4 — A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Lukens-Alpine Corp. ROBERT LOUIS ORAM 6.5 Walnut Street Maiden. Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Bob " — Married — Two Daughters — Rifle Club 5 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Service Record: U.S. Army 1946-48 — Co-op Work Record: Charles T. Main; H. K. Porter. CHESTER ANTHONY ORLOWSKI 42 Light Street Lynn, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Chet " — Freshman Honor List — A.I.Ch.E. — Service Record: U.S. Army 1952-54 — Co-op Work Record: U.S. Gypsum Co.; American Resinous Chemicals Co. " Tom " — Chess Club 1, 2, 3 - THOMAS CHARLES O ' ROURKE 18 Webster Street Middlehoro, Mass. Civil Engineering ■ Rifle Club 3,4 — N.U.CE.S. WILLIAM BLAIR OSBORNE 117 Hall Street Leominster, Mass. Electrical Engineering Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 3 — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Machinery Electrification. ninety-three ALVIN FREDERICK PANACCIONE Box 82 Barre, jMjss. Civil Engineering ■ ' Ar ' — N.U.CE.S. — Co-op Work Record: Nemours Inc. E. I. DuPont de HAROLD GEORGE PANTON 18 Bigelow Street Cambridge, Mass. Civil En ineering ■Hal " — Scabbard Blade 3, 4, 5 — Rifle Club 5 — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Walsh Bros., Inc.; Wes- Julian Construction Co.; Town of Belmont. ROBERT JOSEPH PAOLINO 235 Merrimack Street Methuen, Mass. Electrical Engineering ■Bob " — Bowling Club 3, 4, 5 — A.I.E.E. 5 — Co-op Work Record: U.S. Navy Underwater Sound Laboratory; C.B.S.-Hytron; Victoreen Inst. DINO JOSEPH PAPETTI 92 Roslindale Avenue Boston. Mass. Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Globe Tool Gage Works. ALLAN KINGSLEY PARKER 67 Wyoming Road Newtonville. Mass. Civil Engineering " Al " — University of North Carolina — Football 1 — Hus-Skiers 2. 3— Track 2 — Yacht Club 2, 3 — Rifle Club 4 — Choral So- ciety 1, 2 — N.U.C.E.S. — Service Record: U.S. Army 1952- " ) " . — Co-op Work Record: City of Newton. CONSTANTINE JOHN PATEUK 3il Laurel Street Bridgewater, Mass. Electrical Engineering Hus-Skiers 3 — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. — Co-op Work Record: Hycon Eastern Inc. ; Brockton Edison Co. ANTHONY RICHARD PATTI }4 Seventh Street Medford, Mass. Mechanical Engineering ■Tony, Dick — Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 3, 4, A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Jackson Moreland. 5 — Rifle Club 3, 4 — Meisel Press Mfg. Co. ; RICHARD CARROLL PENKUL 108 Cottage Street Lynn, Mass. Civil Engineering ■Dick ' — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Jack- son Moreland; Danvers Engineering Dept. ninety-jour ■■Al " — Married — N.U.C.E.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, U.S. Navy 1945-46 — Co-op Work Record Mass.; Whitman Howard. ALFRED C. PERHAM 12 Arnold Drive Foxborough, Mass. Civil Engineering 5 — Service Record: Commonwealth of CHAUNCY SPENCER PERRY 105 Greenwood Lane Waltham, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Joe " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Charles Hayden Memorial Scholarship — Pi Tau Sigma 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Manning Maxwell Moore; Raytheon Mfg. Co. FREDERICK HUGH FRANCIS PETERS 10 Symphony Road Boston, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Pete " — Square Dance Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4 — Service Record: U.S. Air Force 1944-48 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Raytheon Mfg. Co. JOSEPH LEON PIERZGA 250 Corey Road Brighton, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Joe " — Married — One Son — Radio Club 1 — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 2, 3, 5 — Service Record: U.S. Navy 1949-52 — Co-op Work Record: U.S. Naval Shipyard. CHRISTOPHER PLUMLEY 246 Waltham Street W est Newton, Mass. Electrical Engineering - Co-op Work Record: Brooks Lab- " Chris " — oratories. MIT — A.I.E.E. ALVIN LEON POLINSKY 94 Gladstone Street Brockton, Mass. Electrical Engineering " AV — Sigma Kappa Psi — Student Union 1, 2, 3 (V. Pres.), 4 (Pres.), 5— A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. — Ford Award — Co-op Work Record: Foxboro Co. GEORGE HOMILTON POWER 78 Main Street Concord, Mass. Civil Engineering Married — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, ■) — Tau Beta Pi — Service Record: U.S. Army 1948-52 — Co-op Work Record: Mass. Dept. of Public Works; Acushnet Process Co. ALAN JOSEPH POWERS .5 7 Kenington Park Arlington, Mass. Civil Engineering " Al " — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: L. G. Beackett; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. ■five HERBERT BERNARD QUERIDO IS j iiiscomj Street Boston, Mass. Electrical Engineering Rifle Club 3, 4 — Student Union 2 — Co-op Work Record: Lab. for Res. Center; Raytheon Mfg. Co. ■Dave " — A.I.E.E. — Eta Kappa Nu - , 3. 4 — A.I.E.E. -l.R.E. 3, 4. 5 Electronics; A. F. Cambridge DAVID LEROY QUIMBV 93 Dean Street Attleboro, Mass. Electrical Engineering - Metals Controls Corp. THOMAS GAETANO RAPISARDA 18 Kern wood Heights Beverly, Mass. Mechanical Engineering ■Rap " — Married — Two Sons — Phi Beta Ch.) — A.S.M.E. 5 — Co-op Work Record: inery Corp. Alpha 4, 5 (Soc. United Shoe Mach- KENDRICK DOUGLAS RATTRAY 304 Eastern Promenade Portland. Maine Chemical Engineering ■Rat " — Beta Gamma Epsilon 4, 5 (Asst. Treas. )— Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — Pershing Rifles 1, 2, 3 (Drill Off.), 4 (Comm. Off.), 5 — A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Outstanding R.O.T.C. Freshman and Sophomore Cadet Awards — Distin- guished Military Student — Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Electric. JOHN NEVIN RAVEN 2i North Spring Street Meriden, Connecticut Electrical Engineering Manied — Gamma Phi Kappa 3 (Sec.) 4, 5 (Treas.) —Fresh- man Honor List — Radio Club 1 — Rifle Club i — l.R.E. — Eta Kappa Nu — Co-op Work Record: Bristol Co. PAUL ELMER RAWLINSON 41 Bullard Street Dorchester, Mass. Electrical Engineering Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Class Cabinet — l.R.E. 3, 4, 5 (Sec.) — Tau Beta Pi Award — Eta Kappa Nu Award — Dean ' s List Scholarship 2, 3 — President ' s Award 4, 5 — Sears B. Condit Award 3, 4, 5 — General Electric Scholarship 5 — 7-,,„ Beta Pi 4 (V. Pres.), i — Eta Kappa Nu 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Andrew Alford. PAUL GRANT RICHMOND 32 Webster Street Everett, Mass. Chemical Engineering Freshman Honor List — Class Cabinet 2, 3, 4 (Ch.) —A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Charles Hayden Memorial Scholarship — Barrows Fund Scholarship 2, 3,4, 5 — Tau Beta Pi 5 — Co-op Work Record: Mass. Dept. of Public Works; Monsanto Chemical Co, RALPH GUY RICHWAGEN 1197 Great Plain Avenue Needham, Mass. Electrical Engineering Rich " — Freshman Honor List — A.F.C.E.A. 2 — Husky High- lighters 4, 5 — Radio Club 2 — Silver Masque 1, 4 — Band 1, 2, — Student Union 3, 4, 5 — l.R.E. 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co. ninety-six CHARLES FRANCIS RINCIARI 5 Wafer Street Medford, Mass. Civil Engineering " Fran " — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5— Yacht Club 1, 2 — Co-op Work Record: Town of Arlington; Carpenter and Patterson. BERNARD ALLEN RIVERS, JR. S.5 Brattle Street Arlington, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Bernie " — Hus-Skiers 1, 2, 3 — Rifle Club 2, 3 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: General Radio. LAWRENCE ARNOLD ROONEY 22 Cherry Avenue Stonehatn, Mass. Civil Engineering " Larry " — Scabbard Blade A, 5 — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: Dana F. Perkins Sons; Henry F. Bryant Son. EDWARD FRANCIS RUDNICKI, JR. 48 Dorset Street Dorchester, Mass. Electrical Engineering A.F.C.E.A. 2, 3, 4 — Camera Club 2. 3, 4 — A.I.E.E.-LR.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Edison Co.; Metcalf Eddy. EARL JAMES RYAN 12 Lawrence Street Watertown, Mass. Civil Engineering •■Jim " — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 5, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Massa- chusetts Dept. of Public Works; John Bowen and Co.; S. Volpe and Co. WALLACE GERARD SANBORN 545 Cohannet Street Taunton, Mass. Civil Engineering " Gerry " — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4— (Co-Bus. Mgr. Bulldozer), ? — Co-op Work Record: New York, New Haven Hartford Railroad. PETER PAUL SAUNDERS 10 Park Street Norwood, Mass. Civil Engineering " Pete " — Married — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 3 — N.U.C.E.S. 2-4 (Exec. Bd.), 5 (Pres.) — S.A.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Outstanding R.O.T.C. Sophomore and Middler Cadet Awards — Scabbard Blade Scholarship — Atlas Powder Co. Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: Norwood Engi- neering Co. ROBERT EDWARD SAVELL 41 Aberdeen Street Newton Highlands, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Bob " — Married — Three Daughters — Freshman Honor List - Dean ' s List 2, 3. 4, 5 — Yacht Club 4, 5 — A.I.E.E.-LR.E. 4, — Condit Award 5 — Tau Beta Pi 4, 5 — Eta Kappa Nu 4, (Pres.) —Service Record: U.S. Navy 1946-49, 1951-52 — G op Work Record: Electronics Phototypes Inc. ninety-seven FREDERICK LOUIS SCHWARTZ 52 Byookledge Street Roxbiiry, Miiss. Electric.ll Engineering Freshman Honor List — Deans List 2. 3, 4, 5 — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Sears B. Condit Award 5 — £ . Kjpp.i Nii 4, 5 — Tau Beta Pi 4 (Corr. Sec), 5 — Co-op Work Record: North- eastern Univ.; Andrew Alford; MIT Instrumentation Lab. BURTON VICTOR SCUDNEV 43 Blossom Street Chelseii. Hiiss, Electrical Engineering Dean ' s List 4 — Radio Club 1, 2 (Pres.), 3, 4, 5 — I.R.E. — V..C.N.U. — Eta Kappa N» — Co-op Work Record: U.S.A.F. Research Center; National Co. Inc.; Ultrasonic Corp. MAURICE SAMUEL SHAPIRO 72 Mountain Avenue Dorchester, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Moe " — Camera Club 3 — Rifle Club 3. 4 — Auto Club 4 — A.S.M.E. 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Pneumatic Scale Corp. WILLIAM EDWARD SHAUGHNESSY, JR. 1} French Street Watertown, Mass. Civil Engineering " Bill " — Married — Dean ' s List 2 — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 5 — Co-op Work Record; City of Newton. EUGENE PATRICK SHEEHAN, JR. 39 Pacific Street Rockland. Mass. Civil Engineering " Gene " — N.U.C.E.S. — Service Record; U.S. Marine Corps 1951-54 — Co-op Work Record; Town of Weymouth; J. C. Boynton. ARNOLD MARTIN SHERMAN .50 Kodaya Road Wahan, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Arnie " — Married — A.S.M.E. 3, 4. 5 (Treas.) — Class Cab- inet 1 — Co-op Work Record: Doelcam Corp.; Hunt Spiller Mfg. Co.; Sanborn Co. HARRY WILLIAM SHIMMIN, JR. 20 Reservation Road Milton, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Bill " — Married — One Son — Band 1, 2 — A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — Service Record; U.S. Army 1952-54 — Co-op Work Record; Conversions and Surveys; Mass. Civil Defense; Norfolk Iron Co. ROBERT MADISON SKINNER 66 Henry Turner Baily Road North Scituate. Mass. Mechanical Ennineerinii " Bob " — Married — Radio Club 1 — Rifle Club 4 — Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. — Service Record; U.S. Air Force 1948-52 — Co-op Work Record; Watertown Arsenal; U.S. Naval Air Test Center; Keloket X-Ray Corp. Iitnety-eight WILLIAM J. SMITH 273 Chestnut Avenue Jamaica Plain, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Willy " — Dean ' s List 2 — A.S.M.E. — P Tau Sigma — Co-op Work Record: Barry Controls Inc. CHARLES WILLIAM STAHLE 10 Spring Street Lawrence, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Chuck " — Freshman Honor List 1 — Band 1, 2 — A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3 (Sec), 4, 5— A.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5— Co-op Work Record: Champion International Co. ; Atlantic Gelatin. CHRISTOS GEORGE STAMOS 114 Stratbmore Road Brighton, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Chris " — Married — Rifle Club 3, 4, 5 — I.R.E. 3, 4, 5 — Serv- ice Record: U.S. Marine Corps 1952-55 — Co-op Work Record: Norden-Ketay Corp. ; Stevens-Arnold Inc. ; Tobe-Deutchman. JAMES HARVEY STONE 169 Beacon Street Boston, Mass. Electrical Engineering Jim " — Married — Class Cabinet 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 3, 4, 5— A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Datamatic Corp. ; Tufts Univ. EUGENE AUSTRIS STREIPS 141 Beacon Street Boston. Aiass. Electrical Engineering 4 — A.I.E.E. 4, 5 — Co-op Work Cape Vineyard Electrical Co.; " Eisenstuck " — Rifle Team 3 Record: Boston Edison Co. Hauman Instrument Co. JOHN HENRY SULLIVAN 7 Caswell Street Taunton, Alass. Mechanical Engineering " Sully " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3.4 — Pershint; Rifles 1, 2 (Drill Ofl ' .), 3 — A.S.M.E. 3, 5 — S.A.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — C o-op Work Record: The Foxboro Co.; Draper Corp.; Brown Sharpe Co. HAROLD ARVID SW ANSON 9 Custer Street Brockton, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Swany, Hal " — A.F.C.E.A. 1,2 — I.R.E. 5 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Kelton Co.; Atlas Engineering; Pickard and I3urns. CARL ERNEST SWEET 26 Marlboro Street Dedham, Mass. Civil Engineering Sigma PIji Alpha 3, 4, 5 — Hus-Skiers 3, 4, 5 — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: Atlantic Roofing Skylight Works; Wes- ton Sampson; Camp Dresser McKee. ninety-nine WAYNE CURTIS TAFT 35 Myrtle Street Boston. ALus, Electrical Engineering Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 5 — Radio Club 1, 2, 3 (Pres.), 4, 5 — LR.E. 3, 4, 5 — £ j Kappa N« — Co-op Work Record: National Co.; Krohn-Hite Instrument Corp. SIDNEY S. TAYLOR 37 Duke Street Malta pan. Mass. Electrical Engineering " Sid " — Married — One Son — Dean ' s List 3 — News 1, 2 — Student Union 1, 2, 3. 4 — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. — £ j Kappa Nu — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co. ALLAN RICHARD TOBIASON 191 Netvport Street Arlington, Mass. Civil Engineering " Toby " — Hus-Skiers 5 — Scabbard Blade 4, 3, 4 (Sec.), 5 — Co-op Work Record: U.S. Engineers; City of Newton. 5— N.U.C.E.S. Army Corps of " Andy " — Bowling 3, 4, 5- Work Record: Sanborn Co. ANDREW JOSEPH TRINGALI 56 Hancock Avenue Medford, Mass. Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op GREIG TROWBRIDGE 15 Morton Terrace Milton. Mass. Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M.E. 3, 4 (V. Pres.), 5 (Sec.)— Co-op Work Record: United-Carr Fastener Corp. CHARLES WILLIAM TSACOYEANES 183 Lake Street Brighton, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Chuck " — Bowling 3, 4, 5 — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op ■Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co.; National Research Corp. NICHOLAS TSILIKOUNAS 61 Hooker Street Allston. Mass. Electrical Engineering " Nick ■ — Dean ' s List 5 — Bowling Club 3, 4, 5 — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Edison Co.; Cima Corp. JOHN SANBORN TUCK 22 Dartmnnlh Avenue Dedbani, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Jack " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Husky Highlighters 5 — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 3, 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 1 — Westinghouse Achievement Award — Sears B. Condit Award — President ' s Letter — Outstanding R.O.T.C. Middler, Junior, and Senior Cadet Awards — S.A.M.E. Gold Medal Awards 4, 5 — A.F.C.E.A. Silver, Gold Medal Awards 4, 5 — Hayden Memorial Scholarship — r (« Beta Pi 4, 5 (Pres.) —Eta Kappa N« 4, 5 — Service Record: U.S. Army 1950-53 — Co-op Work Record: Bos- ton Edison Company. one htmd,red, " Val " -A.S.M.E. ROBERT JOHN VALIHURA 67 Grassland Street Lexington, Mass. Mechanical Engineering -Co-op Work Record: General Radio Co. RALPH ALLAN VANCURA 74 West Elm Avenue Quincy, Mass. Electrical Engineering Freshman Honor List — Camera Club 1 — A.LE.E.-LR.E. - op Work Record: Photon Inc.; Westinghouse Electric. ANGELO BENJAMIN VENEZIANO 35 Salutation Street Boston, Mass. Civil Engineering ■ ' Ang " — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: A. C. Peters; Cheney Engineering. IAN ARIE F. VERNES 36i Beechynont Drive New Rochelle, New York Industrial Engineering " Dutch " — Married — One Son — R.P.I. — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — A.I.E.E. 4, 5 — E.C.N.U. 5 — Co-op Work Record: Fairchild Guided Missile; Philips, Price Electric Corp. LEO ROBERT VERROCHI 50 Wilrose Street Dorchester, Mass. Civil Engineering " Rock " — Rifle Club 3, 4 — Class Cabinet 1, 2, 3 — N.U.C.E.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: William S. Crocker Inc. BERNARD GEORGE VIENT 8 Belmont Street Saugus, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Barney " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2 — I.R.E. — Co-op Work Record; Sylvania Electric. " Ken " — Sigma Phi Alpha 3, — Scabbard Blade 3, 4, 5- KENNETH WILLARD WADMAN 46 Samson Road Med ford, Mass. Electrical Engineering 4 (V. Pres.), 5 — Hus-Skiers 3 ■A.I.E.E. —£ i? Kappa Nu 4, 5 (Rec. Sec.) — Co-op Work Record: General Radio Co. PHILIP MICHAEL WALENT 59 Winter Street Stoughton, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Phil " — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 4, 5- Edison Co. -Co-op Work Record: Brockton one hundred one ■ . •» !; " . ■ ' « ADRIAN VINCENT WALLACE 69 M.ir ne Ro id South Boston, Aluss. Chemicj! E is,iiieeriiii, A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3. 4. 5 — Co-op Work Record: Godfrey L. Cabot; Watertown Arsenal ; Stedfast Rubber Co. RAYMOND MICHAEL WALSH 863 High Street FjU River, ALvjj. Eleclricjl Engineering ■■Ray, Mike " — A ' « Epsilon Zeta 2, 3 (House Mgr.), 4 (V. Pres.). 5 (Pres.) — Freshman Honor List — Scabbard Blade 3, 4, 5 — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. — Co-op Work Record: United States Steel Co.; New Bedford Gas Edison. EARL EDMOND WEBB 9 Forest Avenue Haverhill. Mass. Electrical Engineering Dean s List 5 — Rifle Club 5 — Scabbard Blade 3, 4, 5 — A.I.E.E. 5 — Co-op Work Record: C.B.S.-Hytron. N. LORING WEBSTER, JR. 29 Emmons Street W esl Newton. Mass. Mechanical Engineering ■■Red " — Dean ' s List 2 — Track 1,2 — Gym Class Swimming In- structor 1 — Husky Key 1 — Band 2 (Ass ' t. Mgr.) — Cauldron 5 (Sr. Pic. Ed.) — Student Council 3 — Student Union 1, 2 — Class Cabinet 3, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. — Class President 3, 4, 5 — Clara Joseph Ford Award 4 — General Engineering Scholar- ship 5 — Pi Tau Sigma 5 — Co-op Work Record: Watertown Arsenal ; Hesse-Eastern Corp. MARTIN WEISS 162 Franklin Street Stoneham, Mass. Civil Engineering ■ ' Marty ' — Kappa Zeta Phi: Camera Club 5; Dance Band 1, 2 — N.U.C.E.S. — Co-op Work Record: Whitmore and Howard; Henry F. Bryant Son. RAYMOND LESTER WELLS South Esmeston. New York Electrical Engineering ■■Ray " — Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 — A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: New England Power Service Co. ROBERT OLDEN WESTHAVER 416 Plain Street Rockland, Mass. Electrical Engineering ■Bob ' — Rifle Club 3, 4, 5 — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. 1 — Co-op Work Record: Control Engineering Unit; Maroneys Service Station; Marsh Laboratories. THOMAS JOSEPH WHIGHAM 1396 Blue Hill Avenue Milton, Mass. Electrical Engineering Whig ' - Dean ' s List 4, 5 — Rifle Team 4, 5 — A.F.C.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Camera Club 1, 2 (V. Pres.), 3 (Pres.), 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 1 —Scabbard Blade 3, 4, 5 (Capt.)— A.I.E.E.- I.R.E. — Scabbard Blade Scholarship 3 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Raytheon Mfg. Co.; S. H. Couch Co. . M h inclred Hvo JAMES M. WING 18 Orkney Road Brighton, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Jim " — Married — Boston University — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 4 — A.LE.E.-LR.E. 4, 5 (Treas.) — E a Kappa N» 3, 4, 5 (V. Pres.) — Service Record: U.S. Army 1946-48, 1950-51 — Co-op Work Record: Doelcam Co.; Electronics Re- search Lab. RONALD J. WOJTASINSKI 692 Massachusetts Avenue Boston, Mass, Electrical Engineering ■Ron " — Yacht Club 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 3, 4, 5 — A.LE.E. — Co-op Work Record: Naval Air Test Center; Boston Edison Co. DONALD JOSEPH WONG 281i Washington Street Roxbury, Mass. Electrical Engineering Rifle Club 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 3, 4, 5 — A.LE.E. — Eta Kappa Nu — Co-op Work Record: Charles T. Main. RICHARD GEORGE WOODLAND 309 Ettrick Street Brockton, Mass, Chemical Engineering " Woody " — Basketball 3 — Square Dance Club 1 — Student Council 5 — Class Cabinet 5 — A.I.Ch.E. — Co-op Work Rec- ord: B.B. Chemical Co.; Atomic Energy Comm. RICHARD ELLIOTT WORKS 4i Orchard Street Marlboro, Mass, Mechanical Engineering -Dean ' s List 2, 3— Rifle Club 3— S.A.M.E. , 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Freshman Honor List- 3, 4, 5 — A.S.M.E. Mfg. Co. EDWARD WOROBEY 41 Ellington Street Dorchester. Mass. Electrical Engineering Dean ' s List 2, 4 — A.LE.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Hayden Memorial Scholarship — Eta Kappa Nu — Co-op Work Record: Couch Ordmance; U.S. Steel Co.; Atlas Engineering Co. DOUGLAS BIXBY WRIGHT 6.5 Hurd Street Melrose, Mass. Chemical Engineering Beta GammaEpsilon 3, 4, 5 (Pres.)— Band 1, 2, 3, 4— A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Spaulding-Moss Co.; Com- mercial Filters Corp. ; Northeastern Univ. ALGIRDAS J. ZIKAS 201 Athens Street South Boston, Mass, Electrical Engineering Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Hus-Skiers 5 — Yacht Club 3, 4, 5 — News 2,3 — Scabbard Blade 3, 4, 5 A.LE.E.-LR.E. — Trustee Scholarship — Tau Beta Pi- — Eta Kappa Nu — Co-op Work Record: Charles T. Main. one hundred three FERINAND ZYGADLO }2 Fourth Street Loire!!, Mass. E!ectrica! Engineering " Mike " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — LR.E. % 4, •i — Et.x Kapp.i Nu — Taii Beta P — Service Record: U.S. Army Air Corps 1944-45; U.S. Air Force 1951-52 — Co-op Work Record: General Radio Co. NON-PICTORIAL RICHARD FRANCIS BENWAY 27 Meyer Street Ros!i ida!e, Aiass. Electrica! Engineering Married — One Son, One Daughter — Co-op Work Rec- ord: General Electric Co. GEORGE FREDERICK BRYANT .5 SterUng Square South Boston, Mass. E!ectrical Engineering " Lefty " — Dean ' s List 5 — Basketball 1, 3 — A.I.E.E.- I.R.E. 4, 5 — Co-op ' Work Record: Sylvania Electric. ROBERT A. CANTILLO 102 Bays water Street East Boston, Mass. Chemical Engineering " Bob " — Married — One Daughter — A.LCh.E. — Co- op ' Work Record: Godfrey L. Cabot; Prufcoat Labs. CHRISTIAN G. DIETZ JR. is Garden Road Scituate, Mass. Chemica! Engineering " Chris " — Married — One Son — Brown University — A.LCh.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 — E.C.N.U. 4, 5 — Co-op ' Work Record: General Alloys Co. CHARLES E. JACOB 222 O ' CaHaghan W ay South Boston, Mass. Eiectrica! Engineering " Jake " — Freshman Honor List — Co-op ' Work Record: Photon Inc. ; Boston Edison Co. CHARLES JOHN JURGELE ' WICZ 110 Sumner Street Norwood, Mass. Mechanical Engineering Debating Club 1— A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5 — S.A.M.E. 4, 5 ( " V. Pres.) ■ — Distinguished Military Student — Pi Tau Sigma — Co-op ' Work Record: Bird Machine Co. LEO GERARD KEEFE 19 Beechland Street Boston, Mass. Civi! Engineering Married — Three Sons — N.U.C.E.S. — Service Record: Marine Corps 1943-46 — Co-op Work Record: McGin- nis Walsh Kennedy; Thomas H. Murphy Co. ROBERT A. KLABIS 51 Torrey Street Dorchester, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Bob " — Freshman Honor List — • A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. — Co- op Work Record: Boston Edison Co. EDWARD FRANCIS MANNING 14 Altoona Road Dedham, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Ed " — LR.E. — Service Record: U.S. Army 1948-52 — Co-op Work Record: Bolt Beranek Newman. one hundred jour DONALD WYMON MATTESON 29 Partridge Road South Weyinoutb, M.ass. Electrical Engineering ■■V an —Sigma Phi Alpha 2, 3, 4 (Sec), 5 (V. Pres.) — I.F.C. 2, 3, 4 (Sec.-Treas.), 5 (Pres.) — A.I.E.E.- I.R.E. 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: General Electronics Lab. RICHARD FRANCIS NORD 33 Elm Street Qiiincy, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Dick " — Married — One Son — Coast Guard Academy — I.R.E. — Eta Kappa Nu — Co-op Work Record: Ultrasonic Corp. DENNIS MICHAEL SCOLAMIERO 35 Scammell Street Qiiincy, Mass. Electrical Engineering A.F.C.E.A. 1. 2 (Treas.), 3 (Pres.), 4, 5 — Radio Club 1, 2, 3 (V. Pres.), 4, 5 — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 4, 5— Co-op Work Record: MIT. JERRY DAY SIMPSON 3 Elmwood Avenue Stoneham, Mass. Electrical Engineering Married — One Son, One Daughter — Coast Guard Acad- emy—Radio Club 3, 4, 5 — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 4, 5 — Co- op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co. ROBERT ERNEST WAIBLINGER 42A Quincy Avenue Braintree, Mass. Mechanical Engineering " Bob " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — I.R.C. 2 — A.S.M.E. — P Tau Sigma 4, i — Tau Beta Pi 4, 5 (Treas.) — Pi Tau Sigma Award — Co-op Work Record: Gilette Safety Razor Co. JAMES R. CONNORS July 10, 1934 — October 30, 1954 one hundred five College of one hundred six liberal Ms Wilfred S Lake Dean of the College of Liberal Arts Honor Graduates Class Marshal NORLAN FLOWER W ' ith Highest Honor NORLAN FLOWER With High Honor CHARLES H. BEEDE WILLIAM DEXTER GARLAND BETTY JEAN MATTSON With Hone PETER FRITZ ANDERSON RICHARD C. ANGLIN THERESA AVENIA VIRGINIA RUTH BROWN WILLIAM EDWARD CONWAY CLAIRE LEE COTE THOMAS FRANCIS COUGHLIN RICHARD P. DERANIAN MARGARET BRIEN DICANIO JEANETTE CAROL GRUBB BRITA KRISTINA HOLMSTROM RUTH ALFREDA JONES ROBERT CARL LANGE MELANIE CAROLINE BERGER MESSER DOROTHY JEANNE ROBINSON ROBERT DONALD WEISE one h mdred sei ' en 1 MARIA GERTRUD ALBER Schutzenweg, Stockach B iJen. Germany Economics " Mary " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Husky Highlighters -4 — Freshman Night Show 2, 3, 4 — Husky Key 2 — Investment See. 2,3 — Silver Masque 1, 2, 3, 4 ■ — News 2 — Class Gibinet 3 — Student Union 1, 2, 3 (Sec.)- — Bauer Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: Weston Patrick Church; Boston Globe. JOHN L TSrDON ALLEN 1 Westview Street Springfield, Vermont Sociology " Herbie " — A.F.C.E.A. 5 — Rifle Club 5 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Boston Globe; Charles Hayden Goodwill Inn for Boys; Boston State Hospital. RICHARD C. ANGLIN 46 Neponset Avenue Dorchester, Mass. English-Journalism " Dick " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Husky Highlighters 5 — News 2, 3 (Rewrite Ed.), 4 (News Ed.), 5 (Manag. Ed.) — Neus Achievement Award ?■ — The Academy 5 — Scabbard Blade Scholarship — Distinguished Mil- itary Student — PMS T Gold Medal Award 5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe. GERALD STEPHEN ANTKOWIAK 12 Bateman Street Haverhill, Mass. Pre-Legal " Jerry " — A.F.C.E.A. 5 — Co-op Work Record: Herrick, Smith, rionald, Farley Ketchum; United Community Services. THERESA AVENIA 87 Dartmouth Street Torrington, Connecticut Sociology " Terry " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — Choral Soc. 1 — Class Cabinet 1 — Co-op Work Record: Medford Public Library; Huntington School. HAROLD M. AZNOIAN 9 Booth Road Methuen, Mass. Chemistry A.C.S. — Service Record: U.S. Navy 1953-55 — Co-op Work Record: Champion- Int. ; MIT. DAVID LAWRENCE BEATON 56 Menotomy Road Arlington, Mass. English-Journalism Phi Beta Alpha 2, 3 (Historian) 4, 5 — Freshman Honor List- — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Track 1 — Husky Highlighters 4, 5 (Pres.) — Cauldron 3, 4 (Sports Ed.), —News 2, 3 (Re-write Ed.), 4 (Man. Ed.), 5 — Student Council 2, 3 (Sec.-Treas.), 4 (V. Pres.), 5 (Pres.) —Class Cabinet 2, 3 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe; Boston Herald-Traveler. ROBERT CLINTON BEATT ' 43 Bishop Road Quincy, Mass. Economics " Bob " — Colorado School of Mines — A.F.C.E.A. 1, 2 (V. Pres.), 3, 4 (V. Pres. )— Camera Club 3 (V. Pres.), 4 (Sec.- Treas.) — Band 1, 2 (Council), 3, 4 — Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4 — Scabbard Blade 3,4 — Distinguished Military Student. CHARLES H. BEEDE 40 W lso ! Street Cambridge, Mass. Chemistry Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.C.S. 2, (Treas.), 3, 4, 5 — Sears B. Condit Award — Henry F. Barrows Scholarsliip 4, 5 — The Academy — Co-op Work Record: Arthur D. Little; Godfrey L. Cabot. RICHARD D. BLOOMFIELD 76 Hamilton Avenue Haverhill, Mass. History-Government Univ. of Massachusetts. I.R.C. 1, 2, 3, 4 — Education Society 3, ALAN FRANK BOWIE R.F.D. 1 Auburn, Maine History-Government 4 — Politics Club 4. AI.GIS BERNARDAS BRAZDZIONIS 19 Old Harbor South Boston, Mass. Chemistry Yacht Club 2, 3, 4, 5 — Rifle Club 4, Work Record: American Cond. House; 5 — A.C.S. 5 — Co-op B B Chemical Co. ANN MARGERY BRETSCHNEIDER 29 Brayton Road Brighton, Mass. Biology Biology Club 1,2 — Rifle Club 3, 4, 5 — A.C.S. 4 — Co-op Work Record: New England Deaconess Hospital. VIRGINIA RUTH BROWN 2 West Elm Avenue Wollaston, Mass. Physics " Ginny " — Freshman Honor List — Deans List 2, 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: Allied Research Associates. GEORGE MICHAEL BUCKLEY 50 Judson Street Maiden, Mass. History-Government Buck " — Dean ' s List 3 — Football 2, 3, 4 — Hockey 2, 3, 4 (Capt.) — A.F.CE.A. 5 — Radio Club 5 — Rifle Club 5 — Maiden Evening News Scholarship — Harriet Bayrd Scholarship Co-op Work Record: Travelers Insurance Co. CYNTHIA HILL BUNSHAFT 82 Brockton Avenue Haverhill, Mass. English-Journalism " Cyn, Cindy " — Omega Sigma Cabinet 5 (Sr. Rep.) — Dean ' s List 3,5 — Student Union 4, 5 — Humanities Club 5 — Co-op Work Record: Norman Bunshaft; Northeastern Univ. one hundred nine THOMAS J. BUONAUGURIO 11 Miilic Aieniie Medjord. Mass. History-Government JOHN LOUIS BUTLER, JR. 19i CopeLnd Street W est Bridgeu ' jter, ALiss. Physics ■Jack " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2. 3, 4 — ■ A.F.C.E.A. 1 — Pliysics Society 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Kelton Co.; Northeastern Univ. ITALO A. CAPUANO 3} Oiieensberry Street Boston. Mass. Chemistry " Tony " — University of Rome — Married — Track 1 — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern Univ. ADOLPH CASO 174 Orch.ird Street W ' iitertoii ' n. M ss. Modern Languages " A " — Dean ' s List 2 — Rifle Team 2 — Class Cabinet 1. RONALD B. CHILD 123 Fisher Street Westwood. Mass. Biology-Chemistry " Ron " — Freshman 2, 3 — Art Club 1 cation Society 4, 5 — A.C.S S. Bacon Laboratories Honor List — Dean ' s List 2 — A.F.C.E.A. — Geology Club 1, 2, 3 — News 5 — Edu- Co-op Work Record: Frederick Married — One Daughter — A.C.S. 5 — Service Record: Record: Kyanize Paint Inc. GEORGE ROGERS CLARK 4 Jefferson Park Cambridge, iMass. Biology - Track 3, 4 — Biology Club 1 — U.S. Navy 1951-53 — Co-op Work ROBERT JONAS CLARK 224 Lincoln Avenue Saugus, Mass. Economics " Bob " — Art Club 3 — Service Record: U.S. Army 1948-51. DONALD NASON CONNORS 12 East Street Dorchester, Mass. Chemistry ■Don " — Dean ' s List 4, 5 — Hus-Skiers 2, 3, 4, 5 — A.C.S. — Co-op Work Record: Godfrey L. Cabot; Prufcoat Laboratories. 07ie hundred ten CLAIRE LEE COTE 55 Hamlet Avenue W ' oonsocket. Rhode Island English-Journalism Dean ' s List 2, 3,4, 5 — Husky Highlighters 3,4, 5 — News 2 — Omega Sigma 5 (Pub. Chmn.) — Lillian Jane Kerr Scholar- ship — Co-op Work Record: Gillette Safety Razor; Boston Globe; Wheelock, Lovejoy Co. THOMAS FRANCIS COUGHLIN 59 Winter Street Arlington. Mass. History-Government " Tom " — I.R.C. 1, 2, 3 (Pres.), 4 — Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3 — Service Record: U.S. Army 1950-52. MARY THERESE DA WSON 410 Highland Avenue Maiden, Mass. Sociology Yacht Club 2 — Silver Masque 3, 4, 5 — Square Dance Club 1 (Sec), 2, 3 (Pres.), 4, 5 — Student Union 2, 3. 4, 5 (Sec.) — Omega Sigma 2 (Class Rep.), 3 (Pres.) — Co-op ' Work Record: Reformatory for ' Women ; Quannapowitt Council, Boy Scouts of America ; Northeastern Univ. ERANCES RITA DELUCA 111 Walworth Street Roslindale, Mass. " Fran " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3 — Biology Club 4 — Silver Masque 1, 2 — Choral Society 1, 2 — Omega Sigma 3 (Class Rep.) — Lillian Jane Kerr Scholarship — Co-op ' Work Record: Boston City Hospital. RICHARD PAUL DERANIAN 42 Marlboro Street Dedham, Mass. History-Government " Dick " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — A.F.C.E.A. 1 — I.R.C. 2, 3 — Education Society 3 — Massachu- setts Manufacturing Association Scholarship. NANCY ANN DEWITT 155 Marble Street Stoneham, Mass. English-Journalism " Nan " — I.R.C. 2 — Student Union 2,3 — Class Cabinet 5 — Co-op ' Work Record: Boston Globe. JOHN S. DRISCOLL 1 North High Street Melrose, Mass. English- Journalism Jack " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5 — Cauldron 2. 3, 4 — News 1, 2 (Re-write Ed.). 3 (Sports Ed.), 4 (Assoc. I:d. in Chief) — Humanities Club 5 — Melrose Lion ' s Club Schol- .[I ship — Charles Hayden Memorial Scholarship — Co-op ' Work Record: United Press ; Boston Globe. WILLIAM JOSEPH DRISCOLL, JR. 207 East Haverhill Street Lawrence. Mass. Mathematics Service Record: U.S. Navy 1948-52 — Co-op Work Record: MIT Synchrotron Laboratory ; John Hancock Life Insurance Co. ; Avco Research Laboratory. one hundred elevi ALFRED WALTER EICHOLZER 28 Oakljiidt ' ide Aieinie Sjiigiis, Mass. Biology " Fred " — Biology Club. " Charley " — Service Record: CHARLES MACKINNAN FLIGHT 266 Ple.isaiit Street South Weymouth, Mass. Economics U.S. Army 1951-53. NORLAN FLOWER Hartland Four Corners, Vermont History-Government " Norm " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — LR.C. 1, 2, 3, 4 (V. Pres.) — Education Society 3, 4 — Politics Club 4. ANN ELIZABETH FOLEY 44 Logan Avenue Medford, Mass. Biology-Chemistry Silver Masque 3, 4, 5 — Square Dance Club 1 (Treas.), 2 — Class Cabinet 2, 3 — Omega Sigma 4 (Class Rep.) 5 (Cor. Sec.)- — Class Secretary 3 — Co-op Work Record: Mass. General Hos- pital; New England Deaconess Hospital. PATRICK JOSEPH FOLEY 2.5.5 Roslindale Avenue Roslindale, Mass. History-Government " Pat " — LR.C. 3 — Class Cabinet 4, 5 • Boston Globe. -Co-op Work Record: ANTHONi ' MARIO FREDELLA 48 Walter Street Medford, Mass. Economics " Tony " — Married — Debating Club 1 — Silver Masque 1, 2 — Service Record: U.S. Army 1953-55. NYLES ARTHUR FREEDMAN 228 Harvard Street Dorchester, Mass. Psychology Sigma Kappa Psi 4 (Rec. Sec.)— Co-op Work Record: Boston State Hospital ; Northeastern Univ. ; New England Mutual Life Insurance Co. FRANCIS VINCENT FRISSORA 86 Waverly Avenue Watertown. Mass. Chemistry " Fuzz " -— Track 1 — Class Cabinet 1— A.C.S, 4 (V. Pres.), 5 (Pres.) —Co-op Work Record: Pilot Chemicals; Raytheon Mfg. Co.; U.S. Navy Underwater Sound Laboratory. one hundred twelve FRANCIS GEORGE FUSCO 42 Me calf Street Medjord, Mass. Mathematics " Fran " — Baseball 2, 3 — Football 2, 3, 4 — Math Club 5 — Co-op Work Record: Technical Operations; National Co. MARY PATRICIA GIGGEY 25 Han Place Wobiirn, Mass. Pie-Medical " Gig " — Omega Sigma 4 (V. Pres.), 5 (Pres.) — Biology Club 5 — Husky Highlighters 5 — Student Council 2 — Class Cabinet 1, 2, 5 — Class V. Pres. 1, 2 — Co-op Work Record: MIT. JAMES ALBERT GILL 4 Lewis Street Medford, Mass. Chemistry Class Cabinet 1 — Co-op Work Record: ; Biltrite Co. ; Northeastern Univ. A.C.S. 2, 3, 4, 5- Solvent Chemical Co JEANETTE CAROL GRUBB 94 Walker Road Swampscott, Mass. Chemistry Omega Sigma 4 (Jr. Rep.), 5 (Treas.) — Freshman Honor Li ' — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Women ' s Varsity Basketball 4 - Women ' s Rifle Team 3 (Sec.) —Rifle Club 3 — A.C.S. 2, 3, ■ 5 — The Academy 5 (Pres.) — Co-op Work Record: America Conditioning House; New England Medical Center. K BRITA KRISTINA HOLMSTROM 204 North Harvard Street Allslon, Mass. Biology-Chemistry Omega Sigma 2 (Class Rep.), 3 (Treas.), 4 (Sec), 5 — Fresh- man Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Women ' s Rifle Team 3,4, 5 — Sears B. Condit Award — The Academy 5 — Co-op Work Record: New England Deaconess Hospital. DAVID ALDRICH HOWELL 52 Lincoln Street Belmont, Mass. Sociology " Dave " — Tufts University. RUTH ALFREDA JONES 54 Arcadia Road ,, Westwood, Mass, Sociology Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — Student Union 1, 2, 4, 5 — Omega Sigma 3, 4 — The Academy — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Housing Assoc, of Met. Boston; Webster Patrick Church. HENRY V. KAZARIAN 22 Banks Street Belmont, Mass. History-Government Co-op Work Record: John Irving Shoe Co.; Mass. Mental Health Center; Northeastern Univ. one hundred thirteen WARREN BAILEY KENNEDY, JR. 39 Columbus Street Newton Highlands, Mass. Economics " Bails " — Denison University — Boston University — Dean ' s List 5, 4, 5 — Track 4, 5 — Service Record: U.S. Army 1953-54. ROBERT BRUCE KENNEY 22 Buena Vista Road Arlington, Mass. English-Journalism Bob " — Phi Beta Alpha 2, 3, 4, 5 — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Husky Highlighters " i—News 1, 2 (Rewrite Ed.), 3 (News Ed.), 4 (Copy Ed.), 5 (Ed.-in-chief ) — Neus Achievement Award 5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe. " " If ' LAWRENCE DAVID KESTLE i89 Laurel Hill Avenue Cranston, Rhode Island English " Larry " — Married — A.F.C.E.A. 2, 3, 4 — Rifle Club 4 — Band 1, 2, 3 (Council), 4 — Scabbard Blade 3, 4. DAVID NEUMAN KLEIN 82 Rockaway Avenue Marblehead, Mass. History-Government " Dave " — Kappa Zeta Phi — Deans List 4, 5 — LR.C. 5 — Jazz Society 5 — A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Mfg. Co. ; Simplex Wire and Cable Co. ; American Resinous Chemicals Co. BERGE T. KRIKORIAN 38 Edgecliffe Road Watertown, Mass. History-Government Boston University — Rifle Club 4, 5 — I.R.C. 5. ROBERT CARL LANGE 8 Temple Avenue Hudson, Mass. Chemistry Bob " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Hus- Skiers 2, 3, 4, 5 — Jazz Society 5 — A.C.S. 2, 3, 4 (Treas.), 5 (Pres.) — Trustees Scholarship; Associated Industries of Mass. Scholarship; Hudson Elks Scholarship — Co-op Work Record; Victory Plastics Co. one hundred fourteen JOSEPH LANZETTA 31 Lotus Avenue Stoneham, Mass. Biology-Chemistry " Dudley " — Co-op Work Record: Mass. Dept. of Public Safety. RICHARD RUSSELL LATTIME 188 Forest Street Medjord, Mass. Chemistry Dick " — Dean ' s List 4 — A.C.S. 2, 3, 4 (V. Pres.), 5 — Charles Haydcn Memorial Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: American Conditioning House; Union Bay State Chemical Co.; Solvent Chemical Co. WILLIAM D. LAWLOR 9} Moose Hill Parkway Sharon, Mass. Economics " Bill ' — Freshman Honor List — I.R.C. 3 — Rifle Club 4 — Scabbard Blade 3, 4. SHELDON SIDNEY LEPPO 41 Winston Road Dorchester, Mass. Chemistry A.C.S. 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: U.B.S. Chem. Corp.; Belmer Sports Co. GAETANO DOMENIC MACCARONE 36 Wesley Street Lawrence, Mass. Chemistry " Mac " — Deans List 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: General Alloys Co. ; Champion-International Co. ALEXANDER MACLEOD 185 Ray Street Freeport. New York Economics " Al " — Married — One Daughter — I.R.C. 4. CLIFFORD SAMUEL MACWHA 4i Carroll Avenue Islington, Mass. Economics Dean ' s List 4 — I.R.C. 4, 5 — Student Union 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern Univ. THEODORE JOSEPH MAGGIO 53 Magnolia Street Arlington, Mass. Economics " Ted " — Phi Beta Alpha 3, 4, 5 (Master-at-arms) — Football 2, 3, 4 — Husky Key 5 — Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Co.; National Shawmut Bank. MORTON MALKOFSKY 16i3 Commonwealth Avenue Brighton, Mass. Psychology " Moe " — Basketball 2-3 (Frosh Mgr. ) — Hus-Skiers 3 — Psy- chology Society 3 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe. THOMAS EDWARD MALONE Hi Saint Rose Street Jamaica Plain, Mass. History-Government ■Tom " — I.R.C. 3, 4 — Rifle Club 4. one hundred fifteen ALICE CLAIRE MANCHESTER 36 Qiuiry L.iiie Milton, Mass. Biology " Al " — Omeg.t Sigma 4-5 (Rec. Sec.) — Dean ' s List 3 — Husky Highlighters 5 — Choral Society 1, 2 — Class Cabinet 1, 2 — Class Secretary 1, 2 — Co-op Work Record: Boston City Hospital. JULIUS MARIASIS 142 Newlaiid Sireel BETT ' JEAN MATTSON 12 Pleasant Street Rockport, Mass. English " Jean " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, } , 4 — Husky Highlighters 4, 5 — Student Union 4, 5 — Omega Sigma 3, 4, 5 (Pres.) — ' Woman of the Year Award 5 — Sears B. Condit Award — The Academy 5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe : Brookline School System. NORMAN MATULSKY 16 North Russell Street Boston, Mass. Hi story-Govern men t I.R.C. 4, 5 — Education Club 5. MARCIA McHUGH 58 Emerson Road ' W ' inthrop, Mass. Elementary Education " Marcy " — Silver Masque 2, 3, 4. 5 — Girls ' Rifle Team 4, 5 — Husky Key 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Hoffman, Fitz- gerald, Bowman; John Hancock Ins. Co. FREDERICK R. MEDUGNO 89 Boylston Street Maiden, Mass. Economics ■ Muggsie " — Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5 — Football 1, 2 (All-New Eng- hmd), 3, 4 (Small College) —Rifle Club 1 — Co-op Work Rec- (ird: Boston Mutual Life Insurance Co. MELANIE BERGER MESSER 5i Dehon Street Rei ' ere, Mass. Biology " Melley " — Married — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Biology Club 1 — Debating Club 1, 2 — Silver Masque 1, 2, 4 — Square Dance Club 1, 2, 3, 4 — Chapel Choir 1, 2, 4 — Liberal Arts Scholar- ship — Jewish ' Vocational Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern Univ.; Cancer Research Institute. IRENE MICHAELS 22 Hibhard Road Newton, Mass. Modern Languages " Jrma " —Girls ' Drill Team 3 — Husky Key 1, 2, 3 (Sec), 4 (V. Pres.) — Silver Masque 2, 3, 4 — News 1 — Student Union I, 2, 3, 4 — Class Cabinet 1, 2, 4 Class Treasurer 1. hundred sixteen LOUIS ANTHONY MOLINARI 119 Richmond Street Boston, Mass. English-journalism " Lou " — Co-op Work Record: Boston Herald. FRANCISCO B. MONIZ, JR. 512 Rodney French Boulevard Neio Bedford, Mass. Pre-legal ■■Fran " — Sigma Phi Alpha 2, 3, 4 — Rifle Team 1, 2 — I.R.C. 3. BARBARA PATRICIA MORAN 20} School Street Somerville, Mass. Sociology Husky Key 2, 3, 4 — Co-op Work Record; Jordan Marsh Co.; Boston State Hospital ; Medford Public Library. JANET L. MOSSE 14 Kernwood Avenue Beverly, Mass. Biology-Chemistry ■■Jan " — Husky Highlighters 5- (Sec.) — Chapel Choir 2, 3, 4, (Pres.), 5 — Student Union 1, 2 Omega Sigma 3 (All-Univ. Ch.) Brothers; MIT. -Silver Masque 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 5 — Choral Society 1, 2, 3-4 3, 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 4 — — Co-op Work Record : Friend RUTH PHYLLIS NAHUM 6 Columbia Street Maiden, Mass. " Phyl ' — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — Camera Club 4 — Silver Masque 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Chapel Choir 3, 4, 5 — Choral Society 1, 2 (V. Pres.), 3, 4, 5 — Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Girls ' Drill Team 3 (Capt. ) — Co-op Work Record: New England Deaconess Hospital. CHARLES M. NIXON 44 Sherman Bridge Road Wayland, Mass. Biology " Nick " — Co-op Work Record: Waltham Field Station. MYRON M. NOLLMAN 16 Peace vale Road Dorchester, Mass. Economics " Mike " — Suffolk University — Co-op Work Record: North- eastern Univ.; Sanborn Co.; E. R. Squibb Si Sons. ROBERT JOSEPH PALERMO 2 North Square Boston, Mass. English-Journalism " Bobby " — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe. one hundred- seventeen DAVID JOHN PEARSON 398 Ferry Street Everett, Mass. History-Go I eniment " Whitey " — Married — Track 1, 2, Boston Traveler. 3 — Co-op Work Record: " Don " — Married — MIT- Mfg. Co. DONALD LIVINGSTON PHIPPS Hi Cypress Street Newton Centre, Mass. Physics -Co-op Work Record: Raytheon WILLIAM F. POOLE, JR. 17 Dearborn Ai ' enue Beverly. Mass. Physics " Bill " — Pliysics Club 3, 4, 5- - Co-op Work Record; MIT. RICHARD ALFRED POWERS 1299 North Main Street North Randolph, Mass. English-Journalism " Dick " — Married — Husky Highlighters 4, 5 — Cauldron 5 (Manag. EA.)—News 2, 3 (Rewrite Ed.), 4, 5 — A.F.C.E.A. 2 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe. DOROTHY JEANNE ROBINSON 1 1 Cliff Street Aielrose, Mass. English " Dottie " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Husky Highlighters 4, — Cauldron 5 (Sr. Pic. Ed.) News 1, 2, 3, 4 (Feature Bd.) —The Academy 5 (Sec.-Treas.) — Co-op Work Record: New England Tel. Tel. ; Medford Public Library. SUMNER GEORGE ROPER, JR. 2} Riverdale Park Gloucester, Mass. Biology " Sonny " — Biology Club 1 — Pershing Rifles 1 — Band 1. 2. 3 — Dance Band 3, 4, 5 — A.C.S. 5 — Co-op Work Record: Gloucester By-Products Co. ; Children ' s Cancer Research Founda- tion. DOUGLAS ARTHUR RUANE 216 Hemenway Street Boston, Mass. Biology " Doug " — Married — Pershing Rifles 1, 2 (Adj.), 3 (Exec. Ofl ' .), 4 (Comm, Off .)— Scabbard Blade 3 — Distinguished Military Student — Co-op Work Record: Harvard Medical School. JEROME RUBIN Alplaus Avenue Alplaus, New York History-Government Jerry " " — Camera Club 1 — Co-op Work Record: Pistorino Co. one hitnched eighteen DAVID ANDREW RYAN 46 Althea Street Providence, Rhode Island English Nu Epsilon Zeta — RiAe Club 3, 4 — Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4 (V. Pres.), 5 — Freshman Scholarship — G -op Work Record: Outlet Co. ; Stapure Products. DAVID JAMES RYAN 42 Sumner Street Stoneharn, Mass. History-Government " D.J. " — Cross Country 2, 3, 4 (Capt.), 5 — Track 2, 3, 4, 5 — Cauldron 4-5 (Assoc. Sports Ed.) — News 4, 5 — Editor ' s Key Award 5 — News Alumni Award 5 — Frosh Cross Country Coach 5 — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern Univ. MARTIN IRWIN SACK 68 iMyrtle Street Maiden, Mass. Mathematics " Marty " — Math Club 2, 3, 4, 5— Rifle Club 4 — Student Council 2, 3, 4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record; MIT. HARRY CHANDLER SCHOFIELD 28 Chester Street Watertotfn, Mass. English Boston University — Education Soc. 3, 4. " Skip " — Hus-Skiers 3, 4, 5 - VEVCENT SCIPIONE 27 Rossmore Road Jamaica Plain, Mass. Economics ■ Psychology Society 5. SAUL SHERTER 54 Matt ap an Street Matt a pan. Mass, History-Government Rifle Club 4, 5 — I.R.C. 5 — Co-op Work Record: New England Mutual Life Ins. Co. " Bob " — Biology Club 4- ROBERT ROY SHRAGO 82 Irving Street Cambridge, Mass. Biology ■Pershing Rifles 1, 2 (First Sgt.). MARY ELLEN SLINEY 7.5 Winchester Street Med ford, Mass. Psychology Cheerleaders 2, 3 — Husky Key 1, 2, 3 (Sec.), 4, 5 — Silver Masque 1, 2, 3, 4 — Student Council 2-3 (Sec), 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Mass. Correctional Inst.; New England Tel. Tel. one htrndred nineteen ROLAND WEBSTER SMALL, JR. 148 Femcrofl Ro.id Milton. Aliiss. Chemistry Franklin Technical Institute — Track 2 — Scabbard Blade 4 5 — A.C.S. 1, 2. 3. 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Norfolk Paint: Mass. General Hospital; Harvard Medical School. CHARLES ROBERT STEVENS 92 Brackett Street W ' esthrook. Mjine Economics ROBERT CHEVALIER STEWART no Jetrett Street Newton, Mass. Biology-Chemistry " Bob " — " Stu " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3 — Yacht Club 1— A.F.C.E.A. 2, 3 (V. Pres.), 4 (Photo Chmn.), 5 — Biology Club 1 (Freshman Rep.) — Camera Club 2 (Sec- Treas.), 3 (Pres.), 4. 5 — Rifle Club 4 — Silver Masque 5 — News 3, 4, 5 — Class Cabinet 1 — Scabbard Blade 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Norton Company. RICHARD STANLEY SZYMCZAK 89 Liike Street Webster. Mass. English-Journalism " Dick ' — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — A.F.C.E.A. 4 — Dance Band 1, 2, 3 — I.R.C. 3 (Treas.), A — News 2 — Politics Club 4 (V. Pres.) — Humanities Club 4 — Service Record: U.S. Air Force 1951-55. ROBERT DONALD WEISE 1595 Washington Street West Newton. Mass. Physics " Bob " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 — Cam- era Club 1, 2 — Class Cabinet 3, 4, 5 — Physics Society 3, 4 — Academy 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Quartermaster Research Development Center; Barry Controls. DALE GARDNER WHEELWRIGHT il Holt en Street Danvers, Mass. History-Go vernment Springfield College — Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5 — I.R.C. 3, 4, 5 (Pres.) — Cauldron 4 — News 4 — Politics Society 5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Post. ARTHUR HAMILTON WADE WILLIAMS, JR. 51 Brookledge Street Boston, Mass. Biology-Chemistry " Art " — Married — Boston University — Baseba ball 2 — Track 3 — American Mktg. Ass ' n 3, Club 5 — I.R.C. 5 — A.C.S. 5 — Co-op Work Record: U.B.S Chemical Co.; Tufts Medical School; Cancer Research Inst. 2, 3 — Basket- 5 — Humanities ROBERTA ANN WILLIAMS li7 Langdon Avenue Walertown. Mass. Biology-Chemistry " Bert " — Hus-Skiers 1 — Omega Sigma Society 3 (Middler Rep.), 5 (Social Chmn.) —Silver Masque 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Senior Week Committee — Choral Society 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (Sec.)— Co-op Work Record: UBS Chemical Corp. one hundred itventy iK MARLENE ANN WISE 159 Palmer Street Arlington, Mass. Biology-Chemistry Women ' s Varsity Basketball i, 4, 5 (Capt.) —Girl ' s Rifle Team 3-5 (Capt.) — Biology Club 1, 2 — Rifle Club 3, 4 (V. Pres.), 5 (Sec.) —Student Union 1 — Co-op Work Record: MIT. JOHN ROBERT WRIGHT 136 Elliot Avenue North Qiiincy. Mass. An " Bob " — Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 — Yacht Club 3, 4 — Ad Club 5 — Art Club 2 — Rifle Club 3, A — Cauldron 4, 5 (Art Ed.) — Student Union 4 — Co-op Work Record: Pneumatic Scale Corp.; Donnelly Electrical Mfg. Co. MARGARET ANNE YOUNG 49 Russell Avenue Watertoivn, Mass. Sociology " Peggy " — Eastern Nazarene College — Freshman Honor List — Chapel Choir 2, 3, 4, 5 — Student Union 2, 3, 4, 5 — Hu- manities Club 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Harvard Medical School. NON-PICTORIAL PETER F. ANDERSON 33 Walter Street Roslindale. Mass. English — Journalism Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 4, 5 — Neivs 2, 3 (Re-write Ed.), 4 (News Ed.) — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe. APRIL S. BACON R.P.D. 1 Exeter, New Hampshire Sociology Fisk University — Psychology Society 4 — Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Mass. Mental Health Center; Mass. General Hospital. ROBERT CHARLES BECHARD 6 Cole Road Dan vers, Mass. Economics " Bob " — I.R.C. 2 — Modern Language Club 2, 3 — Co-op Work Record: Sylvania. JOSEPH E. GRASSO Washington Street Foxboro. Mass. Pre-Dental " Joe " — Biology Club 3, 4 (V. Pres.) — Service Rec- ord: U.S. Army 1953-55. ROBERT OLIVER PROULX 39 Fenno Street Cambridge, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Bob " — Art Club 1 — Rifle Club 1 — A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. — Co-op Work Record: Grason-Stadler Co.; Ralph Ger- brands. ROBERT MURRAY COHEN 1327 South Hudson Avenue Los Angeles, California English — Journalism " Bob " — University of Southern California — Pershing Rifles 1, 2, 3, 4 — Rifle Club 2, 3 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Boston Globe. DANIEL WILLIAM SHEEHAN 2i High Street South Acton, Mass. Sociology " Dan " — Hus-Skiers 2, 3 — Psychology Soc. 3 - Serv- ice Record: U.S. Navy 1948-52. one hundred twenty-one ;4cUKMi % tcaa HXECUTIVE COUNCIL Clockicise: Prof. Bateson, Dean Everett, Prof. Schlagenhauf, Dr. Ell, Dr. White, Prof. Parsons. Harold W. Melvin Dc ' iiii of Sliidenti Myra L. Herrick Gilbert G. MacDonald Dean of Stiideiin Christopher F. Kennedy •sm ff } tfib Prof. Alan A. Mackey Assistant Registrar Dr. William C. White University Vice-President Prof. Frederick R. Henderson Assistant to the Vice.-President Prof. Rudolph M. Morris Prof. Kenneth G. Ryder Assistant to the Vice-President ' i pxiy Charles W. Havice Dean of Chjpel Roland H. Moody Diiti oi II j I he Uiiirers ' ily Libraries Prof. Rudolph Oberg Director, Abimni Relations PRESS BUREAU Mr. Holbrouk, Mr. Speers, Mr. Nesson. ADMISSIONS Seated: Prof. Fennell, Miss Moore. Standing: Mr. Darling, Mrs. Eatun, Prof. Gail.ind. Members absent: Mrs. Lambert, Mr. Hall. STUDENT ACTIVITIES Seated: Miss Coy, Miss Reuter, Prof. Gallagher, Prof. Kitchin, Prof. Zabilski, Prof. Walker. Slamling.: Mr. Roberts, Mr Whalen, Mr. Kasabian, Mr. Hoihrook, Mr. Connelly. Members jhseiil: Prof. Tatton, Mr. Bell, Mr. Enoch. r. acuitcf MATHEMATICS Seated: Prof. Kennedy, Mr. Rudman, Prof. Antoine, Mrs. Blackelt, Prof. Spear, Prof. Dean, Prof. W. Wallace, Prof. McCalliste Standing: Mr. DeRivera, Prof. Shepardson, Prof. Booth, Prof. Leary, Prof. Cook, Prof. Stakni.s, Prof. Giveen, Prof. Hamer. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Seated: Prof. Scott, Prof, Kvale, Prof. Essigman, Prof. Cleveland, Prof. Chang. Standing: Prof. Carrabes, Mr. Taylor, Mr. Gitel- man, Mr. Martin, Prof. Rochefort, Prof. Bach, Prof. Carter, Prof. Cochrun. one hundred twenty-five c rs h :y CHEMISTRY SejieJ: Prof. Shepard. Prof. McGuire, Prof. Vernon, Prof. Zuftanti, Prof. LuJer, Mr. Domi)an. StcoiiJ ruir: Prof. Winter, Mr. LessofT. Mr. Meyer, Mr. Guarino. Prof. Howell, Prof. Forbes, Mr. MacAulay. Mr. Finnegan. Third roir: Mr. Andrews, Mr. Dion, Prof. Boig, Mr. DerVartanin, Mr. Loiselle, Mr. Hilton. BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Seated: Dean Crane, Prof. Keith, Prof. Myers. Stand: ng: Prof. Gubellini, Prof. Cavanaugh. FINE ARTS Sealed: Prof. Meserve, Prof. Holden. Standing: Mr. Wells, Mr. Davis. 1 ft . !«» ' - ' -A li ] I 1 K 1 m -y y _ ' s . 1 v JK k k Vj ECONOMICS Seated: Mr. Herman, Prof. Miernyk, Dean Hamilton, Mr. Revis. Standing: Prof. M, Spencer, Prof. Wessel, Prof. Horowitz. Prof. Rosen. ,4f w cs . ENGLISH Seated: Prof. Marston, Dean Herrick, Prof. Holmes, Mrs. Hicks, Prof. Norvish, Prof. Capon. Second row: Prof. Reyn- olds, Prof. Skiffington, Mr. Stein, Dr. Blois, Mr. Leathers. r j; -;i! roii ' : Prof. Barrs, Mr. Sechrist, Prof. Khiralla, Mr. Rothman, Mr. Jacobs. PHYSICS Seated: Prof. Grojean. Dr. T. Wal- lace, Dr. Lacount, Prof. Rush. Stand- ing: Dr. Bakamjian, Dr. Ahonen, Prof. Henri, Dr. Welch. BIOLOGY Prof. Nixon, Prof. Woodland, Prof. Preble. Mrs. Domijan. EDUCATION Segued: Dean V.inder Werf, Prof. Marsh. Suiidiiig: Prof. Savignano. Prof. Durham. FINANCE AND INSURANCE Prof. Bourne, Prof. Willett, Prof. Schoonover, Mr. Sullivan. Se.ilcd : Prof. Cushman, Prof. Lang, Prof. Tozer, Prof. Devine, Prof. Sanderson. Shind i g: Prof. Keimer, Prof. Rook, Mr. Brown, Prof. Seaverns, Sr. ACCOUNTING Seated: Prof. Slavin, Miss Caruso, Prof. Golemme, Prof. Malchman. Standing: Prof. Cerullo, Mr. Brunell, Mr. Scioletti, Prof. Armen, Mr. Hovanasian. Member absent: Mr. W. Roberts. HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT Si.i ed: Dr. Greenwald, Mr. FuUington, Dr. Cutts, Prof. Wilfong. Standing: P[of. Barkley, Prof. Robinson, Prof. Bishop, Prof. Fenn. SOCIOLOGY Mr. Rubin, Dean Havice, Prof. Pitk Mr. Uhlinger. 9m:f:m;mmm.i ' j 0 DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY SCIENCE AND TACTICS MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Se ited: Dean Alexander, Prof. Ferretti, Prof. Stearns, Prof. Mills. Shmding: Mr. Yorra, Mr. Shore, Prof. Bruehl, Mr. Marchand. Members absent: Prof. Berry, Prof. Blanchard, Prof. Foster, Prof. Mavor, Mr. Armknecht. CO-OPERATIVE WORK Seated: Prof. Field, Prof. Robinson, Prof. McMahon, Prof. Wooldridge, Prof. Littlefield, Prof. Seaverns, Jr., Prof. Borman. Stand- ing: Mr. Hancock, Mr. McEneaney, Prof. Sprague, Mr. Perry, Mr. Dube, Mr. Austin, Mr. Newman CIVIL ENGINEERING Seated: Prof. Hankinson, Prof. C. Baird, Prof. E. Spencer. Standing: Prof. Cole- man, Prof. Lenny. one hundred thirty-one. PSYCHOLOGY Dr. Warren, Dr. Pendleton, Dr. Domey, Prof. Brannen, Prof. Zamansky. INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING Prof. Keating, Prof. Palken. MARKETING AND ADVERTISING Prof. Coons, Prof. Dufton. one hundred thirty-two MODERN LANGUAGES Seated: Prof. Aluf, Prof. Cooperstein, Prof. Mezzacappa, Prof. Kitchin. Standing: Mr. Belocas, Mr. DeVito, Mr. Ryan. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING Mr. Miserlis, Prof. Morgan, Prof. Baker, Prof. Troupe. L fi one hundred thirty-three 4ci p r « » ; :? " iJ_: •V; CAULDRON BOARD Robinson, Bushnell, Prof. Marston [adiiser), Carp, Ring, Powers. Second i Murray, Sancomb, Murray. i Smith, Blumsack, Kates, Bennett, Gallison, T e ( acdd um With a successful fall yearbook to its credit as precedent, the Cauldron announced the 1957 edition would I ' kewise be printed in the summer and distributed in the fall. There were only a few raised eyebrows at the announcement and very few reports of violence were received. Only three yearbook staffers were hanged as compared with eight last year. Three replacements were found for the martyrs and were given hasty instructions on the art of concealing oneself. The wind up banquet for the ' 56 book doubled as the kickoff banquet for the ' 57 volume. An enthused staff left the dinner table shouting enthusiastic cries of " To heU with the budget, ' 57 will have the best. " No matter how often you warn them, they ' ll never learn. They spent their energy in hooting and hollering and were found the next morning asleep on the quad- rangle. Despite this set back, seniors began trickling down to Loring Studios. The class cabinet cracked the whip over delinquent seniors and division A turned in 100% records in many of the sections. Just as the senior section started on the make-up phase, it was discovered that there were too many seniors. A quick check at the Registrar ' s office showed nearly a 25% increase in the size of the graduating class. Revisions in the budget, changes in production one bimdrecl thirty -six schedules and several billion other details were accom- plished in quick order — for us. Plans were made for the senior supplement which had been such a success the previous year that Professor Marston, usuaUy quite reserved, was moved to say: " . . . it was alright. " Soon the entire book is readied for the printers. Fortunately the people at the Warren Press have been endowed with a generous helping of extra sensory per- ception which keeps confusion to a minimimi. Then comes the paste pot stage when proofs must be pasted onto makeup pages. It is here that we find out that areas marked for seven inches of copy have only four inches of type to fill them and areas marked for three inches of copy are bursting with ten inches of lead. The only drawback to publishing in the fall is that all this work must be done in August when the tempta- tion to go to the beach is stronger than to work on a Caiddron or two. But, duty first (even if it must be with compromise) and the Cauldron is pasted up along the shores of Lake Ohforthedaysofthedimee (an Indian name? ) . Soon the book is on the press and the editors are reveling in amazement while trying to convince the staff of the ' 58 Cauldron that theirs is an impossible task and should give up while there is still time. ABCS of Yearbook Production PLANNING. No work should be attempt- ed without some careful and sober thought. Here Business Manager Lew Bushnell and Associate Editor Matt Ring seek ways to keep the yearbook budget from getting too high. SCHEDULING. It is important to establish an appropriate time schedule to avoid stuff- ing too much copy down printers throat at the wrong time. Editor-in-chief Jack Carp and Business Manager Bushnell make sure they are not biting off more than they can chew. SUPERVISION. Never let your yearbook out of your sight. Aim for perfection and keep shooting for nothing less. Here Carp and Ring win a point with publisher Emil Bazzy. NEWS BOARD First row: Robinson. Anglin, Prof. Marston {adviser), Kenney, Carp, Garabedian, Tsoutsouras, LeBlanc. Second row: Powers, Bartimole, Sancomb, MacWilliams, Fuller, Tobey, O ' Connell. Third row: Ring, Murray, Partridge, Manning, Wysocki, Kielty, Leonard. 7 e ItcM Smooth sailing was enjoyed by the News this year — the twenty-eight editions came out as scheduled, the annual banquet at year ' s end was a complete success, and not a single editor found cause to retire. In fact, it was such a peaceful year, completely de- void of Thursday afternoon " panics " and other catas- trophies, that it has been reported that Professor Marston, our worthy adviser, gained several pounds during the year. Division A again published special Freshman and Football issues, but were a little less revolutionary in the twelve-page supplementary editions, printing only two. Division B boasted, as usual, of being more " rypo- conscious " each week, doing a more professional job, and publishing a cleaner sheet than did Division A. ' Course, that ' s all a matter of opinion. Midnight oil still burned in the offices at 307C this year on Tuesday nights. Editors found it more conven- ient and practical to operate on Tuesday nights than on Mondays, as had been the procedure for many years previously. one hundred thirty-eight Makeup nights were, as in previous years, punctu- ated by " eats on the Neu ' s. " Division A, usually known for its proverbial fastness with the buck, sometimes toured the super markets and ate in the office, complete with hot plate. Almost every- thing appeared on the menu — everything from soup to nuts, mostly soup. Division B, always known for its conservatism, occa- sionally encountered a catering service setting up for some banquet or other and leached enough food for a " community eat " in the News office. November brought the highlight of the year as far as the Editor-in-chief, Assoc. E.I.C., and Busines Manager were concerned. Messrs. Kenny, Carp, and Tsoutsouras represented the News at the annual Associated Collegiate Press Convention in Cleveland. While all three raved about the hospitality of Cleveland, they agreed that there is no place like home for catching up on one ' s sleep. The News ' " Eugene " awards, given each year to five outstanding members of the Silver Masque, caused quite a stir, in addition to the " Eugene " certificates, awards ranging from a discarded overcoat once worn by the great John Barrymore, a deed to an island in the South Pacific, and a set of automobile keys (the car still hasn ' t turned up ) , were presented to the winners. University-wise, the Netvs continued to receive added recognition. Each division was tendered a dinner by President Carl S. Ell, at which Boston newspapermen were guest speakers. At the annual banquet, News Achievement Awards were presented for the first time to the Editor-in-Chief, Associate-Editor-in-Chief, Managing Editors and Busi- ness Manager. Towards the end of the year. Associate Collegiate Press released its first semester rating scores. The Netus had won another All American rating, the highest honor a college newspaper can achieve. The ancient rite of framing the certificate and plac- ing it reverently on the office wall was abandoned sev- eral years ago when room for the last 600 All American certificates was exhausted. Despite perpetual complaints of overwork, under- pay, fears of having cut too many classes and the penal- ties therefrom, and the lack of appreciation and recogni- tion, another stalwart group of News devotees entered another successful year into the journal of time. 1957 NEWS BOARD Editor-in-chief Robert Kenney Associate Editor-in-chief Jack Carp Div. A Managing Editors George Garabedian James Partridge Sheila O ' Connell James DeFelice Michael Leonard Liga Korsts Leo Childs Roldo Bartimole Judy LeBlanc Norman Pierce George Sarados John Carey Anthony Rizza Zelda Holtz Glenn Tobey Copy Editors News Editors Sports Editors Feature Editors Rewrite Editors Div. B Richard Anglin Matthew Ring Ronald Wysocki Richard Kielty Dorothy Robinson Richard Powers Charles Fuller Carol Greene Joseph Panico Business Manager George Tsoutsouras Advertising Managers James Jesso Circulation Managers William Connaughton Photo Editors Paul Kelly Librarians Brian MacWilliams Office Managers Edward Sancomb Staffs of both divisions dine each term with editors from downtown as guests of Dr. Ell. First row: Shor, Knudson, Chin, Roche, Prof. Blackman {.idriser), Mosse. Devlin, Alber, Smith. Second row: Elman. LeBlanc, Lake, Wheaton, Carp, Biberson. Blumsack, Hatch, Carey, Stewart, Carroll. WiHiams, Angwin, Jason, Chiacchia. Third roiv: DiMilla, Gilroy, Kawadler, Tobin, Gallison, Chute, Galanie, Bennett, Shea, Partridge, Spakoski, Concaugh, Norris, Bushnell, Nahum. ScCcACt ' 7 C(Z i e Celebrating its fifth year under the guidance of Pro- fessor Eugene J. Blackman, the Silver Masque scored its most successful season on record. Opening with Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman ' s " You Can ' t Take It With You " on November 2 and 3, the Masque nearly packed the house both nights. The cast featured Joe Gallison, Pat Roche, Melanie Messer, Marguerite Derosier, Arlene Knudson, Jack MuUin, Don Shea, and Mary Alber. Jim DeFelice got " raves " for his portrayal of Mr. De Pinna, an eccentric living in a house full of eccen- trics. January 11 and 12 brought the Masque ' s second suc- cess of the season in the guise of Thornton ' Wilder ' s Pulitzer Prize play, " Our Town. " It also brought a new- comer to the fold, Charlie Bennett who copped the lead- ing role in his first tryout. Traditionally, the third show of the season is a mus- ical. This year " Kiss Me Kate " was chosen as the sea- son ' s most lavish (and hardest to get tickets to see) production. The Porter-Spewacks ' musical sported a couple of more firsts for the Masque. For instance, all the costumes for the show were student designed and made with Mary Dawson leading the sewing circle; Fr ank Kulig became the first student conductor of the orchestra; the program was enlarged with great big colored blobs on the cover; and Pat Roche got his first musical lead. Marsha Gatonska copped the leading feminine role after two weeks of trying. ' Winning featured parts were Fred Norris, Henrietta McKee, Don Stoddard, Don one hundred forly " Wheaton, Bob Carroll, Bill Hatch. Janet Mosse stopped the show with " Always True to You Darlin ' " even though fighting a bad case of laringitis. The Two Gangsters, Joe Galison and newcomer, Bob Santis, nearly walked away with the show especially with " Brush Up Your Shakespeare. " The crew, led by former actor Charlie Devlin, did an amirable job with the colorful sets. Closing out the 1956-57 season, the Masque pre- sented Norman Krasna ' s " John Loves Mary " on May 24 and 25. Neivs Editor, Ron " Wysocki, presented the five an- nual Eugene awards at the Masque banquet. Joe Gallison received the Best Actor award for his performance in " You Can ' t Take It ' With You " ; Marsha Gatonska was named Best Actress for " Kiss Me Kate " ; Don ' Wheaton won the Best Supporting Actor Award for " Kiss Me Kate " ; Melanie Messer was selected Best Supporting Actress for her part in " Our Town " ; and the Outstand- ing Senior award went to Pat Roche for outstanding service to the Masque. Mary Dawson won the University Achievement Award for her costuming efforts and Pat Roche won the other Achievement Award for his proficiency in acting. The successful season is a tribute to the man whose efforts have sparked the Masque into such amazing growth during the past five years, Professor Blackman. The five annual Neivs awards to the Masque bear his name as a reminder to those who come later of the man who made the Masque a success. Initial production of the season was Kaufman ik Hart ' s comedy, " You Can ' t Take It With You " (left). Second production was Thorn- ton Wilder ' s Pulitrer Prize winning " Our Town " {beloiv). ' 7 ' Vw- First aa finale of Cole Por- ter ' s musical hit, " Kiss Me Kate. " f r ' r ng (lut tlu- season, the Masque presented, " John Loves Mary. ' ;4ifi ' P Ome a Now ending its third year at Northeastern Uni- versity, Alpha Psi Omega, the National Collegiate Honorary Dramatic Society, recognizes meritorious participation in college dramatics. Since the Silver Masque received an invitation to join, as the Nu Chi Chapter of that organization, it has become the goal of every Masquer to become a member. Under the advisorship of Professor Eugene J. Blackman, the group strives for perfection in the theatre. After becoming a member of the Silver Masque it takes a unanimous vote of the chapter to become a member of the society. Members Robert Ashburn Emily Dimilia Ted Chin Mary Dawson Jack Carp Charles Devlin Dana Kuhn John Mullin Joseph Gallison Donald Levine Melanie Messer Henrietta McKee Robert Nelson James Partridge Pat Roche Thomas Tobin one hundred fort-y-tivo COMMENCEMENT WEEK COMMITTEE First row: Skinner, Martinez, David, Kates, Avergun, Pendleton, Sadek, Mugford, Hanson, Woodland. Second row: Goldman, Glassman, Ciolfi, Michaels, Mattson, Williams, Foley, Mosse, Giggey, Nahum, Hoyt, Basil. Thin row: Dineen, Webster, Russell, Keilty, Gibson, MacGregor, Leavens, Clerici, Foster, Prasinos, Sancomb, MacDougall. Senear ( ia ;4 ai% In the last year of undergraduate life, two groups of students gain special importance. They are the Senior Class Cabinet and the Senior Week Committee. While the Cabinet is making plans to ensnare delin- quent dues payments, the Senior Week Committee is making plans to spend them. The Cabinet is comprised of the five elected officers from each division plus representatives from each aca- demic section while the Senior Week Committee is ap- pointed by the Cabinet. The University sets aside the fortieth academic week for the seniors and then sits back to see what the seniors will do with it. This year, the Committee and Cabinet agreed on an air day beach party and dinner dance at Magnolia to kick-off the June 10-16 week of festivities. Following this was another beach party at Norumbega Park on Tuesday with a roller skating party at night. Wednes- days ' activities included a beach party at Crane ' s Beach during the day followed by the Castle Hill Jazz Concert in the evening. Thursday was recuperating day with the moonlight cruise at night. Friday night was the Senior Prom at the beautiful, but warm, Louis XI " V Ballroom of the Hotel Somerset. Saturday was reserved for section activities and Sun- day concluded the five year tenure for the Class of 1957 with the Commencement Ceremonies at the Boston Garden. Success of the Committee and Cabinet ' s eft ' orts dur- ing the year can be summed up by saying: Senior Week was a huge success. CLASS CABINET Vkst row: Hoyt, Avergun Webster, Dineen, Pendleton Glassman, Woodland. Second row: Bunker, Stone, DiCorpo. Baum, Manning, Campbell Flynn, Marques, Giggey Third row: Gibson, Weise. Foster, Carlson, Conrad, Mug ford, Clerici. The 1957 Cauldron proudly announces its choices for EVERETT C. MARSTON Adviser to the News and Cauldron for more years than anyone can remember, " Prof " has also served as adviser to the Silver Masque and Vbi Beta Alpha Fraternity. His complete understanding of the students and his easy-going manner have endeared him to nearly a generation of the students who have known him. He was especially selected this year on the occasion of his thirtieth anniversary on the Northeastern faculty. EUGENE J. BLACKMAN Adviser to the Silver Masque, Professor Blackman has revived what had been a struggling and mediocre dramatics club. His keen sense of humor and warm personality have built up the largest membership the Masque has ever enjoyed. This enthusiasm, radiated beyond the footlights, has drawn an audience following that soon threatens to overflow Alumni Auditorium. He was especially selected this year on the occasion of his fifth anniversary as Silver Masque Adviser. CARLO E. GUBELLINI Adviser to the Class of 1957, Professor Gubellini has been responsible for much of the success of the senior class in all its affairs since its freshman year, A Northeastern Alumnus himself. Professor Gubellini knows first hand the problems of the students and is able to anticipate them. He was especially selected this year on the occasion of the graduation of " his " class. one hundred forly-four Seated: Tempesta, Michaels, Roberge, rof. Herman (adviser), Derosier. Second row: Lynch, Hannon, Meuse, McGovern, Kimball, Dutson, Wilson, Raymond, ZufFanti, Kenny, Tempesta, Holtz, S liney, Trainor, Stevens, Smith, Angwin, Lewis. Third low: Zui- fante, Wilkins, Cronin, Bergin, Clinton, Strachman, Hurwitz, Galanie, McKee, Crepeau, Gilroy, Tamkin, Anderson, Catineau, Devivo, Pessin, Laste, Maimer, Griffin, Carp, Kates. Fourth j-o tc Diamond, Basile, Sidel, Muri, Porter, Berger, Griffim, Petrella, Fitzhenry, Hester, Carroll, Foley, Kinz, Leonard, Maggio, Brown, Lawson, Brewster. ' f cu " T ecf Dr. White casts his vote for Mayor of Huntington Ave. First activity to get organized in August is the Freshman Night Show Committee of the Husky Key. Throwing together the annual frosh welcoming show gives the Key the quick jump it needs to start the eager frosh joining the many activities which the University offers. The Key, devoted to raising school spirit on campus, organizes and runs the football rallies. Highlight of the year ' s activities is the mock elec- tion of the Mayor of Huntington Avenue. A ballot box stuffing event, the annual election is character- ized by impromptu rallies on the quad and in the Commons. Ballots are sold for a nickel with proceeds going to the Classroom-Laboratory fund. A voter can buy as many ballots as he can afford. A record vote elected Jack Griffin successor to the first Mayor Pete Moloney. N ear the end of the first term the Key sponsors the Fall Sports Dance, second only in size to the Military Ball. This weekend usually includes the Annual Key Banquet. The Key inaugurated a skiing party duting the Winter term. one hundred forty-five CHORAL SOCIETY Fiisl roir: Nahum. DiMilla, Berman, Williams, Prof. Keiser {adviser), McKee. Dardone, Mosse, Bernstein, Parrott, ZufFanti. Second row: Millett, Puopolo, Erhard, Alden, Gay. Choral Society On Thursdays from 12-2 p.m., when you can hear the musical voice of Professor Tucker Keiser coming from 31 2C, you know that one of N.U. ' s versatile groups is hard at work. The Choral Society has increased in size and pop- ularity, and " goes on the road " to perform with other choral groups at the various colleges as well as at Northeastern. The Choral Society performs at Convocations, presents a full evening of entertainment for N.U. students during the year, and, at Christmas time, their singing adds to the holiday mood. Omega Sigma Cabinet The power behind the student body has always been in the hands of the men, but the girls are gain- ing a foothold. The purpose of the Omega Sigma Cabinet is to acquaint the new girls with Northeast- ern ' s ways. The cabinet plans yearly activities of pre-fresh- man teas, coke parties, a Career Confab, a mother- daughter tea, and the annual prom. With an eye for building school spirit, O. S. sponsored a free record-hop for the first time. Faculty adviser is Dean of Women Myra L. Herrick. OMEGA SIGMA CABINET Firs I row: Manchester, D MiUa, Giegey. Mattson, Gogan, Grubb. Second rotr: Zuffanti, Lake, O ' Con- ncll, Foley, Williams, Cote, Stillson. one h; ndred forty- HUSKY HIGHLIGHTERS First row: Mattson, Gogan, Kates, Beaton, Mosse, Giggey, Second row: Cote, O ' Connell, Anglin, Carp, Manchester, Robinson. Third row: Tuck, Coggins, Richwagen, Roche, GalHson. Husky Highlighters " This is your noon-day edition of Husky High- lights. " These famihar words are heard every day in the Commons. Vahant voices thunder over the moving chairs, the rustUng lunch bags, and the per- petual chatter to bring to the students news of campus activities. This year, " three missionaries " in each division brought the students a new show called " Campus Matinee. " The show, broadcast every afternoon from 1:15 to 1 :45, offered swing, calypso and jazz. Dean of Students, Harold W. Melvin, originated the broadcasting idea nearly eleven years ago and has remained the adviser ever since. Cheerleaders Vitality and school spirit are the moving forces behind N.U. ' s team of cheerleaders. The rousing enthusiasm which they give to the fans helps North- eastern ' s athletes to fight on to victory. Coaches and players are ever thankful for this squad of energetic and talented cheerleaders, which represents the paramount qualities that are ever present on the N.U. scene. With interest mounting each year in the cheer- leading squad, prospective members are allowed to join only after competitive try-outs. CHEERLEADERS Staiidiiiji: Chiacchica, Tempesta, LeBlanc, Meuse. Kneeling: Gelanie, Knudson. owe hundred forty-seven 3 fkiSfL POLriK AL SOCIFT - First row: Baer, Holsbcri;, Szyniczak, Cou ghlin, O ' Connell, Second row: Deranian, Gray, Wheelwright, Lloyd. Political Society The newest addition to the Northeastern family of clubs is the Political Society. The group, headed by Prof. Raymond Robinson of the History-Govern- ment department, became the most talked about club at the University by bringing many outstanding guest speakers to their meetings. Among them were Ex-Governor Paul A. Dever, Speaker of the House John E. Powers, and former Medford City Manager, James Shurtleff. Debating Society Name any topic of local, national or international interest, and the N.U. Debating Society has discussed it at length at one of its functions. The group ' s meetings may take the form of a forum, panel, or round-table discussion. The society is open to all university students who possess a strong voice and an unabridged dictionary. Enthusiasts are guaranteed lots of activity. Among the many exciting events of the society is an annual debate with the United States Military Academy. DEBATING SOCIETi ' Fishm;:n. fjMklty. Majnr, Janey. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB First raw: Norlan, Lloyd, Coughlin. Wheelwright, Szymczak, Gray. Second row: Holsberg, Bowles, Baer, Kusmierek. International Relations Clnb The purpose of the International Relations Club is to help prepare its members to better understand the problems that have arisen in the world today. A member of the American Association for the United Nations and affiliated with I.R.C. groups in other colleges, the N.U. Chapter is led by Prof. Robert G. Wilfong of the History-Government De- partment. Discussions and debates intermingled with speeches by local and national figures are featured at the bi-monthly meetings. Radio Clnb Amateur " hams " have the opportunity to con- tinue their radio activities through WlKBN, North- eastern ' s Radio Club. Although the group recently moved into new quarters in Hayden Hall, their many transmitters are still located in the penthouse atop Richard ' s Hall. Code and theory instructions are provided for those who wish to obtain amateur radio operators ' licenses. Members carry on contact with amateur operations throughout the United States and Europe. RADIO CLUB First row: Perry, Linder, Steriti, Taft, Spangenberg. Second row: Menard, Scolamiero, Kelleher, Kirby, McAvey. STUDENT COUNCIL Dutson, Shea, Beaton, Kates, Gogan, Hayden. Second yoir: Guilmet, Hanson, Kearney, Galanie, Sancomb, Spofford, Kawadler, Woodland. Student Covincil Under its new constitution, the Student Council has furthered its objective of maintaining communi- cations between the administration and the student body, as well as acting as the chief student legisla- tive and governing body. Members of the council continued their work seeking a solution to the ever-present parking prob- lems and handled several disturbances among class governments. Both divisions got together in joint meetings regularly and settled common problems and estab- lished new policies. In addition to their usual legislative duties, the Councilors are called upon to usher at convocation and help out whenever impartiality is needed such as in the annual Mayoralty Campaign. Student Union Under the guidance of the SU ' s Chapel Commit- tee, non-sectarian services are held every Wednesday in the beautiful Bacon Memorial Chapel. Well known religious leaders render their services to help the students in their everyday problems. Within the university, the union maintains both the Edwards and Mitton Lounges for students and keeps them well stocked with the last issues of all popular magazines. A second home is provided for the S.U. members by their adopted mother, Mrs. Ethel B. Chattier. " Ma " watches over her family with the sternness of a queen, but with a love only she can give. Prof. Lloyd Skiffington, adviser to the spirited group, leads the activities from the sereneness of the inner office. He quietly endures all the noise, chatter, and gossip that fills the air at noon along with the cold winter winds that blow through the windows, opened for the annual Christmas carols. STUDENT UNION First row; Bernstein, McKee, Brown, Bonta, Kassarjian, Frissora, Isaacs, Dahum. Second row: Parrott, Bryant, Tobey, Sancomb; Blumsack, Daidone, Berman. Third row: Gay, Rogers, Berger, Malis, Richwagen, Gordon, Holsberg, Greenwood, Pulinsky. DANCE BAND Dance Band Gaining popularity each year since its revival, the N.U. Dance Band is finally gaining rec- ognized status on campus. Tiring of doing nothing but rehearse two days a week led the group to in- augurate a series of afternoon dances in 20C during the lunch and activity hours. Groups on campus who run dances have begun to turn to the official N.U. music makers to provide the chords. Adviser to the group is Professor Laurence Capon of the English Department who is the University Organist. Art Chib Revived after an absence of several years, the Art Club has surged off to a fast new start. Partially aided by their new quarters on the fourth floor of Hayden Hall and by the enthusiastic interest of Pro- fessor George Meserve, faculty adviser, the group has enjoyed an active and successful year. Besides watching " Lust For Life " several hun- dred times, club members actually paint at meetings while other members offer comments on the work. Professor Holden of the Art Department aids Prof. Meserve in advising the group. ART CLUB AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS — INSTITUTE OF RADIO ENGINEERS First row: Scudney. Mayfield, Wine, Zikas, Savell, Rawlinson, Brodeiick, Richwagen, Pateuk. Second row: Hynes, Schwartz, Bunker, Averill, Martin, Greenfield, Linder, Mojtasinski, Matteson, Atwood, Kniglit. Third row: Brown, McCarthy, Wadman, McLaughlin, Raven, Trott, Zygadlo, Dineen. Fourth row: Simpson, Megna, Burke, Geer, Parris, Swain, Bowab, Tuck, Scolamiero. ' Pno €44ia Mi Societies Business and engineering students are able to round out their careers by the enlistment of the eleven Professional and one Engineering Co-ordinating So- cieties on the Northeastern Campus. Chapters of the American Marketing Association, the Society for the Advancement of Management, the Accounting Society, the American Finance Associa- tion, and the Advertising Club represent means for business students to further their professional de- velopment by studying practical problems and listen- ing to industrial leaders discuss the problems facing their respective fields. Provided for the Engineers with the same purpose are the Civil Engineering Society, the American Chemical Society, the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, the American Institute of Mechanical En- gineers, the American Institute of Industrial Engi- neers, the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, and the Institute of Radio Engineers. The R.O.T.C. sponsors a chapter of the Society of American Military Engineers for all members of the Engineering College. All of the societies are represented in a co- ordinating group called the Engineering Council of Northeastern University, which was originated less than three years ago. The Advertising Club provides its members with an opportunity to become acquainted with actual mechanical problems involved in the advertising field. This is accomplished through field trips, films, guests from industry, and the club service of publicizing and promoting all university events. The American Finance Association chapter spe- cializes in fields of investments and insurance. Films and guests provide the first hand information. The American Marketing Association chapter aims to promote a wider interest in the numerous areas of the general marketing profession. The Society for the Advancement of Management brings to its members many practical problems that have been or are being solved by present day man- agement. One of the largest groups at Northeastern is the Civil Engineering Society. Now publishing its own Newsletter, the society is one of the most active on campus. Similarly, problems and developments of specific interest to other engineering curricula as well as chemistry are discussed and illustrated at meetings of the respective societies. one hundred fijty-one ADVERTISING CLUB F ' nst you-: Conr:icl. Chin, Paradis. Prof. Coons (ad- listr), Keilt) ' , Bennett. Second row: Caris, Sancomb, Vuutselas. Murray. Third row: Ring, Mugford, Stern, Gates, Gibson. ACCOUNTING SOCIETY First row: Marshall, Pendleton, Sadek, Campbell, Stebbins. Second row: Ciolfi, Russell, Aglio, Igo. AMERICAN FINANCE ASSOCIATION First row: Bloomstein, Prasinos, Doyle, Goldman, John- ston A., Johnston G. Second row: Westerman, Ramirez, Mercadante, Delfino, Davis. Third roiv: Pilibosian, Casali, Burtner, McVeigh, Moran, Pikul, Lopes. AMERICAN MARKETING ASSOCIATION First row: Ring, Murray, Prof. Dufton (adviser), Conrad, Chin, Gates. Second row: Cavris, Sancomb, Paradis, Bush- nell, Voutselas. Third row: Gibson, Keilty, Bennett, Stern, Mugford. AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS F}rst row: Hammond, Lynch, Golner, Mininhane, Wright, Richmond, Ashhne. Second row: Morrison, Cantillo, Kusmierek, Flynn, Mariani, Woodland. SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT First roiv: Manning, Shea, Carlson, Wilcox. Second row: Gogan, Peterson, Howe, Ramirez. AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY Vint row: Lange, Frissoea, Campbell. Second row: Petrakis, Pichulo. NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY ' CIVIL ENGINEERING SOCIETY Vint roiv : Verrochi, Capelianis, Tobiason, Frangioso, Saunders, Bickford, Foster. Second roiv : Veneziano, Ghiglio, D ' AIessandro, Chisholm, LaPierre, Breen, Gulli. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS First lotr: Smith, Kingsbury, Leavens, Sherman, Aiken, Manning. Bowker, MacGrcgor, Niven. Second roir: Dever, Katunski, Knowhon. Berkeley, Freeman, Skinner, Webster, Meagher, Kawadler, Shimmin, MacDougaii, Mirliss, Hanley, Bimshas. Third row: Loedell, Trowbridge, Koffinke, Foshay, Nesterenko, DouU, Avergun, Clark, Harrington, Johnson, McEwen, Gangi, Mastrocola, Rivers, D ' Angio. EDUCATION SOCIETi ' First row: Gray, Ross, Bowles, Kuempel, Baer. Seco)id row: Schofield, Flower, Judy. AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERS First roir: Martinez. Shute, Slavin, Lees, Denholm, Green, Kates. Second roiv: Greene, Tisdale, Paulin, Jaeschke, Lynn, Murphy, Cataldo. Third row: Canali, Peltier, McKeon, Moloney, Sullivan. ; a to t Saccetie Each year, honor students in the various colleges of the university are selected to one of the five honor societies. The main purpose of the societies is to reward those students who have shown superior academic prog- ress through their college careers. The five societies include Ian Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, and Eta Kappa Nu, which cater to the College of En- gineering; The S igma Society, for students in the Col- lege of Business Administration; and The Academy, for the College of Liberal Arts. Tau Beta Pi initiates members for the general en- gineering honor society twice yearly at banquet meetings. Pi Tau Sigma, Mechanical Engineering Honor So- ciety, admits outstanding junior and senior Mechanical Engineering students. Besides the regular business of the society, several projects during the year are spon- sored. Eta Kappa N , the Electrical Engineering Honor Society, is the newest of the honor societies, being chartered in 1950. It admits outstanding junior and senior Electrical Engineers each year. The Sigma Society Honor Society of the College of Business Administration, recognizes high academic standing, character, and professional promise. It pro- motes the educational interest of business students, and it awards an annual scholarship to the top ranking business freshman. The Academy admits those Liberal Art students who are in the upper ten percent of their class. Initiations are held twice yearly, and, as with the College of Busi- ness Administration, it awards an annual scholarship to the top ranking Liberal Arts freshman. Tail Beta Pi First row: King, Adams, Schwartz, Tuck, Prof. Henderson (adviseer), Rawlinson, Ashline, Lynch. Second row: Atwood, Morrison, McCarthy, Glassman, Zikas, Melanson, Brown, Bond. Third row: Greenfield. Freeman, Furciniti, Broderick, Savell, Trott, Perry, Davis, Saunders, Zygadlo, Wing, Dineen. Fourth row: Howes, Power, Golner, Donahue, Bimshas, Harrington, Richmond, Ham- mond, Hanson. one hundred fifty-five Eta Kappa Nu First row: Zikas, Brown, Dineen, Savell, Prof. Cleveland (adrher), Wing, Wadman, Scudney. Second rou ; Atwood, Melanson, McCarthy, Furciniti, Schwartz, Greenfield, Averill. Third rou ' : Zygadlo, Trotto, Howes, Rawlinson, Megna, Knight, McLaughlin, Broderick. Fourth rati ' : Tuck, Swain, King, Linehan, Parris, Geer, Callahan, Hynes, Raveng. Pi Tail Sigma First row: Leavens, Koffinke, Avergun, Hanson, Bowker, Knowlton, Cahoon. Second row: Bond, MacDonald, Freeman, Webster, Hanley, Glassman, Berkeley. T ' rd r, ir: Perry, Davis, McEwen, Bimshas, Harrington, M.isliinnl.i, OlCuipn. one hundred fifty-six Sigma Society First row: Gogan, Johnston, Casali, Bloomstein, Smith. Second row: Wilcox, Stebbins, Pikuh The Academy First roiu: Matteson, Brown, Grubb, Robinson, Hohnstrom, O ' Connell Second roio: Avenia Lange, Weise, one htindred fifiy-seven 1R. 0. 7 e Now in its sixth successful year, the R.O.T.C. pro- gram has become an integral part of Northeastern and one of the more outstanding military units in the country. Boasting the fifth largest Military Science pro- gram, and the largest Advanced Course enrollment in the entire United States the N.U. unit graduates the second highest number of officers. Comprised of both Signal Corps and Corps of Engineers cadets, the program has over 2100 vol- untary participants. This makes it the largest volun- tary group in the country. The Signal Corps enroll- ment is also the largest in the United States. The present Commanding Officer, Colonel M. D. Harris, succeeded Colonel Howard E. Price, the unit ' s first commander, in 1954. Every year, two of the outstanding R.O.T.C. cadets are invited to the United States Military Acad- emy at West Point for a week. During this time, the students live exactly as the cadets, including observ- ing rules and regulations of the Academy and attend- ing classes. The R.O.T.C. also sponsors many activities in- cluding student chapters of the Pershing Rifles, Armed Forces Communications and Electronics As- sociation, Military Affiliated Radio System, Society of American Military Engineers, Scabbard and Blade Society, the Rifle Clubs, the Band, and the Military News Movie. Review Parades in each division honor those cadets who are outstanding on the drill field and in academic work. The highlight of the military social season comes at the annual Military Ball. Sponsored by the Scab- bard and Blade Society, the event has always drawn a record number of cadets. The 1957 Ball, held Feb- ruary 15, nearly overflowed the main ballroom of the Sherry Biltmore Hotel. National recognition was gained this year when the Northeastern Student Chapter of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association was named Outstanding Chapter of the Year. The competition was with professional as well as student chapters. A large measure of the group ' s success was due to the showing of a twenty minute sound movie which was written, produced and directed by A.F.C.E.A. members. The film was premiered at the parent organization ' s national convention at Wash- ington, D.C. in May. Distinguished Military Students m f r M mM-rM MM.J ««»• ■ • • JK , am Pershing Rifles First row: Ganino, MacLeod, Rattray, Cohn, Gurwitch, Casale, Pearsall, Hohman, Arpiarian, Ouimet, Beeman, Sallet. Second row: Dolby, Moynihan, Barros, Johnson, Provasi, King, Russell, Ausoin, Reynolds, Costa, Martin, Picard, LeBlanc, Rapoport, Corazzini, Weinstein, Brooks, Dorbrzelecky, Berig. Third row: Kaplan, Jordan, Amundsen, Jacobsen, Campbell, Kniskern, Lynch, Hodsdon, Rogers, Larson, Konrad, Lofgren, Sheeran, Gillespie, Selman. Military Affiliate Radio System First row: Greenwood, Young, Schneider, Roseoff, Yanofsky. Second row: Capt. Skinner (ad- viser). Goldsmith, Capt. Mark- steiner (adviser), Menadier, Sgt. Robichaud (adviser). Scabbard and Blade Society ■ t- " ; %i ' ' ■ ■ • ' ■ ' -- " " ' •■■■■W. " ' p 1 s P IrI rn : Northeastern University Band Armed Forces Conimiiiiications and Eleclronies Association Pint row: Cohn, Beatty, Capt. Stevens (aJritey), Major Frank (adr sey). Atkinson, MacLeod, Hodsdon, Kaplan. Second Winston, Paquette, Provasi, Gurwitch, Berig. Third row: Scolaniero, Kates, Fistal, Ring, Carp. Dolby, Society of American Military Engineers First row: Rose, Wagner, Bruschette, Desrosiers, Ste- phensen. Hurley, Dias, Com- erford. Second row: Knowl- ton, Barbuto, Ricci, Rivers, Kreitzberg. Third row: Peter- son, Jones, Clark, O ' Connor, Haig. n cn mtce There are at present nine local Greek letter fratern- ities charted by Northeastern. Each fraternity is pro- vided with a faculty adviser who is responsible for the proper administration of the fraternity by its members. Elected representatives from each fraternity make up an Inter-Fraternity Council, a body which has pre- liminary jurisdiction over fraternity regulations. Its rulings, however, are subject to the approval of the Faculty Committee on Student Activities. The Council plans interfraternity sports programs, the IFC Dance, and the annual pre-Christmas parry for the benefit of needy children at Boston City Hospital. Alpha Kappa Sigma fraternity is located in a spacious southern styled mansion in Jamaica Plain. Like all fra- ternities at N.U., AKS is active in sports, with basketball and bowling being the most popular. Beta Gamma Epsilon, the oldest fraternity at North- eastern, is housed within walking distance of the school. AU members of BGE are Engineering students. Kappa Zeta Phi, one of the three houseless frater- nities at Northeastern annually holds a dance, the pro- ceeds from which go to the Marvin Guttin Scholarship Award fund. This award is presented to the most de- serving undergraduate brother on the basis of scholar- ship, fraternity activities, school activities and general fraternalism. Always active in fraternity sports, members and pledges of Gamma Phi Kappa are kept in condition by painting and redecorating their house, a sprawling man- sion conveniently located on Greenough Street, Brook- line. Nit Epsilon Zeta members who are winter sports minded will have no trouble being kept busy during their favorite time of the year. Active in IFC sports, NEZ is especially keen on skiing and several ski week- ends are held during the winter months. Phi Gamma Pi, the closest house to N.U. ' s football field in Brookline, has the chore of erecting all sorts of floats and statues prior to all home games. Nearly all who attend the games on Kent Street are amused by PGP ' s artistic and sadistic talents — all that is, except members of the visiting team. Phi Beta Alpha, long associated with the News, Cauldron, Silver Masque and Student Council is noted for its campus leadership. A homeless fraternity by choice, PBA still adheres to the paraice of not restric- ting membership because of race, religion or course of study. Social activities, including an annual Halloween party and Senior banquet, play an important part in the fraternities existence. This year marked the formation of the official PBA Alumni Corporation dedicated to serving graduate and undergraduate activities. Sigma Phi Alpha, who has just joined the ranks of " house " fraternities with their home on Greenough Avenue, has long rivaled PBA as the most active frater- nity on campus. SPA, also, does not restrict membership because of race, religion, or course of study. Another commuters ' fraternity, Sigma Kappa Psi, annually honors one of its former brothers. Since 1945, the SKP boys have awarded the Richard M. Horowitz Scholarship to one of its present brothers who is out- standing in initiative, leadership, and scholarship. The fraternity holds a dance annually to raise the money for the Award. Inter-Fraternity Council Doctor, Roche, Mikus, Matteson. Flashner. Second Miceli. Sancnmb, Kaufman, Ring, Miller, Canner, Alpha Kappa Sigma hilt row: Trefethen, Dawson. Dutfie, Diulio, McLaughlin. Second row: Sutton, Caton, Noel, Pratson, Petrin. Mecsas. ■p %V, v - ( 1 KK Bbj JH 1 B ' tm, 1 , j % . 1 jj jSjJ " IKI 1 9 n I P :; H i 1 y Mfc 1 m. . ' - -- ... 11 H " ) H B« ' la Gainnia Epsilon First row: Morton, Pomeroy, Wright. Tanner, MacPherson, Cochrane. Second row: Port, Ghiglio. Green, Jones, Murray, Paterson, Knowlton. Third row: Rowell, Haddon, Carlson, Bradshaw, McKeen. Gainnia Phi Kappa Virsl row: Mack, Mikus, Dun- bar, Shibles, Prof. Borman (adviser), Mullaney. Second row: Robinson, Ricciardi, Smith A., Raven, Smith D., Boucher, Nichols, Woodland. I Kappa Zeta Phi First row: Atlas, Goldman, Feldman, Herman, Prof. Revis (adviser). Tolman, Greenfield, Weiss. Second roir : Goldstein, Schwartz, Abrams, Heifetz, Steiman, Bertman, Davis, Shaevel, Beaumont, Titlebaum. Third rote: Black, Schultz, Hillman, Rosenberg, Cohen, Orel, Witty, Brams. Foiiith row: Katziff, Kagen, Resnic, Mason, Menzer, Greenberg. Nu Epsilon Zeta First row: Fundin, Ohlund, Hugg, Martinez, Walsh, Jensen, Slattery, Prof. Austin {jdriser). Peltier, Stanford, Ferguson, Lindner, Lin, S.ili.i Th ' n.l ni , Tlionis.in Rs.in " l l Second Harmon, Atwood, in. Serba, Colace. hundred sixty-three Phi Camilla Pi First roic : Prof. Seaverns (aJiiser), Nee, Bowab, Lopes, Klimavicz, Robie. Second row: Gulli, Howe, Sawtell, Kopcha, Fuller, Aglio, Hopwood. Phi Beta Alpha First row: Maggio, Mr. Hall, Prof. Blois (adviser), Ring, Roche, Kates, Sancomb, Rapisarda. Second row: Wheaton, Lawrence. Bartimole, Chin. Bedard, Carp, Nelson. Third row: Blumsack, Devlin, Kearney, Conc.iuuli. SpnfTnnl. Hcfford. Tourili xiw: Kilmy. Shc.i, Mitchell, Beaton, Gallison. Sigma Phi Alpha First row: Olson, McHugh, O ' Connell, Wadman, Street. Second row: White, Moynihan, Allan, Richards, Kramer. Third row: Pomeranz, Limmer, McGill, Bagnall. Sigma Kappa Pi First row: Holsberg, Spiegel, Prof. Cooperstein {adi ' iser), Pearlmutter, Doctor, Flashner. Second row: Becker, Miller, Berish, Dorfman, Canner. Third row: Greenfield, Kaufman, Freedman. I ■ BBBs F ' ' fl 1 V wl 1 ip - - nL: S 1 IB ' mwM D K Ixitv ( l ) K ( nln s Suniui-.ki I UtMiitinis K I )« wuski K t,ii uul s ki I K biikw K. Switzler. D. bulhvan. Seconci yow: J. Venna, R. Lyons, J. Fnss ora, l, ' . Yuuni;, F. Krypel, D. Joh.inson (C.ipl.), B. Pike, J. Erickson, H. Peterson, R. Kaprielian, R. Whelen. Third roic: W. Perkins, M. Shaebel, F. Suprin, J. Wade, A. Kahn, H. Pinstein, K. RuUis, J. Dawson, T. Lyons, W. Kilmain. Fourth row: J. Marcin, G. Achin, C. Henderson, T. Clark, M. Altieri, M. Ippalitto H. Kaplan, R. Lanzetta, W. Barber, R. DeMello. ' P wcMt By Jack Driscoll They won only three games out of eight. They were held scoreless two Saturdays in a row, three times in all. They had the first losing season in the nine-year coaching regime of Joe Zabilski. They were lacking in material, especially on the bench. That was rhe story of the Northeastern University football Huskies during the 1956 season. Yet there were no complaints about them being " bums. " In fact most close observers were surprised they did so well. Here is a rundown of the season ' s record: N.U. Score 12 26 32 6 19 Rhode Island Bridgeport Springfield A.I.C. Hofstra Massachusetts Brandeis Connecticut Opponent ' s Score 13 15 26 6. 12 12 13 26 It will be noted that Northeastern lost to Rhode Island by one point in the season ' s opener and to A.I.C. and Massachusetts by only six points each. The other two games were lost by big scores, but one hutidred sixty-eight the Huskies were anything but outclassed. A few breaks here and there — the details of which will be pointed out later — and they could have pulled a pair of major upsets. But " if ' s " don ' t count in football, or in any other sport. As the story goes, golfer Lloyd Mangrum once sank a putt that curled around the lip and hung on the lip a few seconds before dropping in. His opponent said something like, " Hey, Lloyd, you really don ' t think that ' s fair, do you? " Mangrum scooped his ball out of the hole, turned to his opponent and smiled, " It isn ' t ' how ' , it ' s ' how many ' . " A trio of N.U. players gained post-season recogni- tion for their outstanding play. They came from all directions to down die foe. «»« -. j i| W»i «i i i ' ii«i ' ' j r« M«»«« ' -»w« ' Tlic nia i)r of lluntinj;uin Ascnuc Icadb the va . Junior center Bobo Lyons picked up the most honors. He was named " Center of the Week " by the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference for his performance in the Bridgeport game and also named to the first team of the All-East eleven picked by the E.C.A.C., which has 105 colleges and universities as members. Lyons made the Boston Globe ' s All-New England team, as well as other New England and all-opponent teams. But he disappointed the professional scouts. They were licking their chops over him when they discovered he was only a junior and they would have to wait an- other year before they could add him to their ranks. When the season was over, Captain Don Johanson, an excellent leader and a guard who was immense on offense and defense, was picking up quite a reputation as an after-dinner speaker — between hockey games. Johanson was honored at several banquets, the most noteworthy being the B ' nai B ' rith Sports Lodge dirmer at which the top six senior players from Greater Boston colleges were feted. Billy Barber, a 5-7 end, won the " Unsung Hero " award presented by the Tobacco Table Club of Boston to the New England player who has contributed the most to his team without receiving due publicity. The season started off on an ominous note. After 17 minutes of the first game with Rhode Island, N.U. trailed 13-0. Johanson called time out, got his team coordinated and on the next play, aided by a knifing Johanson block, fullback Mike Altieri skirted his left end for a gain of about 45 yards. Quarterback Bob Girouard sneaked over from the two five plays later. Shortly after that Lyons recovered a fumble at midfield to set the stage for an 11-yard touchdown run by Altieri. But N.U. couldn ' t get the point-after, and the second half was scoreless. Sophomore John Erickson, normally an end, played quarterback and end against Bridgeport and provided the Huskies with their first victory, scoring one touch- down, passing for a second and setting up the third. Bridgeport led 13-7 at half time, with Erickson scor- ing the lone N.U. touchdown on a fullback plunge. In the second half he threw a 37-yard scoring pass to Bob Piwowarski a nd later made a 20-yard run to set up a touchdown by Altieri from the six. Quarterback Les Plumb showed plenty of his flaunted passing ability, but it was his running that gave Spring- field a 26-0 victory as he tallied four times. His first came on a one-yard sneak, though it appeared his knee touched the ground outside the end zone when he mo- mentarily fumbled the ball. His second came when he faded to pass, was hemmed in at the 25, eluded three tacklers and scored standing up. An intercepted pass set up his third, and, with N.U. ' s subs in the fourth period Plumb in- tercepted a pass and streaked 71 yards down the side- lines. His great all-round play and Northeastern ' s important offense was the difference. A. I.e. connected on a surprise scoring pass with fourth down and a yard to go for a touchdown to nip the Huskies, 6-0. That play, which caught N.U. flat-footed, came in the second period, and after that the two teams pushed each other back and forth around the midfield area. one hundred sixty-nine Clear the way, here I come. Northeastern did get to the A.I.C. six-yard-llne, but a 15-yard penalty pushed them back and then the Huskies had another pass intercepted. Tommy Clarke, who had been hobbling on an injured leg in the first four games, broke loose for three touchdowns as N.U. downed Hofstra, 32-12. He gained 138 yards in 11 carries and scored on runs of one, five and eighty-five yards. Little Barber made an overhead, Willie Mays ' type catch of a Girouard pass for another touchdown, and Stan Krol grabbed Dick Conley ' s 12-yard pass for another. The good earth is dose at hand. Now ' s the time to pass the huck. The Rams will get you if you don ' t watch out. Erickson almost pulled out the UMass game but was tackled on the three-yatd line by the last de- fender on the final play of the game. UMass dom- inated the first half and took a 6-0 lead. But Zabilski surprised everyone by unveiling a double-wing for- mation after intermission. The Huskies marched to the 16 the first time they got their hands on the ball but were held on downs. But on their second series of offensive plays they marched 40 yards with Conley sneaking over from the one. Charlie Mellen ' s 85-yard touchdown runback of a punt in the final period gave the Redmen their victory. A clip was plainly evident on the long run and showed up clearly on the game movies, but the officials did not see it — and that ' s the breaks. N.U. bounced back the next week to upset Bran- deis, despite an awesome passing exhibition by Jimmy Stehlin who completed 23 of 34 passes. Northeastern trailed by a touchdown going into the last period but scored 13 points and intercepted three passes. Johanson intercepted one of the passes with about 10 minutes left in the game and threw the block that sprang loose Clarke from the 10 for the winning touchdown. Clarke scored the first touchdown on a 1 6-yard run, while Altieri scored the other on a 12-yard end sweep. Connecticut, the Yankee Conference champion and near victor over Yale ' s Ivy League championship team, had its hands full with the lowly Huskies. UConn had the ball on the N.U. nine in the first period, and its ace halfback Lenny King was thrown for losses four straight times. N.U. gave away a touchdown early in the third period and in the fourth period, when UConn had the bail on the N.U. 10-yard line. Bo Lyons was ejected from the game. Lyons was hit from behind after the whistle had stopped a play. He whirled and started to throw a punch but quickly decided against it. The referee threw him out for the punch he never threw (.- ' ). one hundred seventy-one ' -■: - " fsf ' i 2 ' « m A imw - ttfi i -%f: First roif : Mr. Bell (Coach), R. Johnson, R. Smith, R. Cavanaugh (Capt.), E. Kerr, D. Johanson, R. Lehman (Aigr). Second row: F. Carroll, R. Peters, M. Wenham, D. Spofford, G. Lambert, J. O ' Connor. Tiird row: R. Bell, F. Mitchell, A. White, J. Walsh, A. Paresky, D. Salvucci. ac ecf This was a year darkened by a shadow. It was a good shadow but it cast too bright a light. The cloud which loomed dark over the 10-1-14 record of this year was the 13-12 total of 1955-56, the Huskies first winning season since 1952. In comparison the 1956-57 skaters fell short of expectations. If one sole factor were to be singled out as the cause of the record which falls below the .500 mark the ogre might very well be the schedule. During the first full month of ice competition the Huskies played a game on the average of every other day while most Greater Boston League opponents played only half this amount. Despite the taxing December schedule the Husky Sextet reared its head at the end of the month with a 5-7 total. The Huskies were outskated in the season ' s opener So near and yet so far. at New Haven 8-5 by a strong Yale squad. Four goals for the Ivy League Men in the first period set the way for victory. Left wing, Mark Wenham scored 2 goals to lead the Huskies. Loss number two came from the Brown sticks at Providence 6-2. Goalie Eddie Kerr boasted as many saves as his Brown opponent but his teammates could only slam one goal into the nets in each of the first two periods, while the Bruins ended period number one with four goals to their credit. Defenseman Ray Bell and Captain Richie Cavanaugh scored the NU marks. The law of averages finally came to the Huskies rescue in game number three. The full squad turned in some real team work and produced 15 goals before the evening was over to trounce M.I.T. 15-4 at Briggs Field. All three strings had a hand in the lopsided score. The skaters evened out their record 2-2 by edging out Williams College 4-3. Goalie Kerr was again busy in the nets and secured the win in the final period with some timely saves. Williams drew first blood with a goal in the half-way mark of the first period but Center Cavanaugh retaliated with an unassisted tally to tie the score. Northeastern came up with another goal in the second period and matched Williams 2 goals for 2 in the final frame to win. The Huskies reversed their last two wins by drop- ping the next two games to Boston University and Dart- mouth, 10-3 and 7-4 respectively, the BU defeat coming in the Red and Black ' s debut in the Boston Garden. Alternating again, the Huskies came up with a three You can ' t do that ! game win streak over Norwich University, 10-0, Middle- bury 3-0, and Princeton 4-2. At Taylor Rink in Norwich the second and third string scored 8 goals in the last two periods, and again in the Middlebury contest the spares provided the three Northeastern goals. Salvucci, playing left wing for the Huskies scored the two win- ning tallies in the Princeton contest. The Varsity Icemen were only able to save one game in the Christmas Tournament, that one a 7-2 decision over West Point. Brown and Providence College both drew blood in earlier tournament play. A tired squad skated into January competition which was much lighter than that of the previous month, but the lightened load did not help, fatigue had set in. Boston College had a field day 12-3 in the first Husky defeat of the New Year and Harvard followed suit by silencing NU sticks 7-0. The Huskies saved face by winning a 8-5 decision over Tufts at the Garden for their lone victory in Jan- uary. Mark Wenham and Captain Cavanaugh led the scoring with 4 goals and 4 assists between them. Despite some fancy goal tending by Eddie Kerr NU dropped another one at the Garden, this time to R.P.I. 8-5- Richie Cavanaugh again spurred the attack with 2 goals and 2 assists. The play ' s the thing. Crossed sticks in an empt} ' house. The month of February followed in like manner, the Huskies were victimized by a three game losing slump which began when they were blanked by Boston College 6-0 at the Garden. There was still hope for the Huskies after the first period as the Eagles only led by one goal but in the last half of the game B.C. skated 5 tallies into the Northeastern nets to take the second victory of the season from the Bell boys. In the Middlebury match which followed the Husky sticks came to life in the last ten minutes for two goals but fell five short of the Vermonters to lose 7-2. Don Salvucci and Right Wing George Lambert scored the NU tallies. Harvard, too, was able to rack up two wins at the expense of the Northeastern skaters. Their second win one hundred seventy-three About face. was a 5-3 decision at the Garden. Cavanaugh, Bell and Salvucci scored a goal a piece in each period. Northeastern came back into the win column with a tremendous thud 14-1 against A.I.C. Cavanaugh and Lambert led the fourteen goal barrage with 4 goals each. The skaters slipped back into the loss column in their next game, dropping a 5-3 decision to Providence Col- lege at Providence. Both teams slammed 2 goals into the nets in the first period but only Providence was able to go ahead in the final minutes to get the winning scores. Cavanaugh and Salvucci again combined forces to score the NU points. Revenge is sweet and the Huskies had that to boast of. This came in the form of a 4-2 victory over Boston University at the Arena. Right Wing Buzz Paresley scored the winning Northeastern goals. This upset Ter- rier hopes for an N.C.A.A. bid. A 4-4 deadlock resulted from the University of New Hampshire Husky meet. The Huskies led until the final period 4-3 but The White Mountain Boys came up with the game tying goal to tie things up at 4 all. The final surge of the season came against Bowdoin on their home territory. NU skated away with 11-2 honors. George Lambert, Buzz Paresky and Jim Walsh led the onslaught for the Huskies. Loss number 14 came at the hands of Colby 5-8. Left Wing Chet Morrison scored three goals and had one assist to his credit in the final period to dampen Northeastern hopes of victory. Leading the team once again in scoring was Cap- tain Dick Cavanaugh with a total of 47 points on 19 goals and 28 assists. This is the third year in succession that Richie has been the leading man. Don Salvucci, Art Paresley, George Lambert and Mark Wenham gave Capt. Cav support in that department. one hundred seventy-] our Graduating this year are Captain Cavanaugh, Don Johanson, Dick Smith and Dick Johnson. Dec. N. Opp. 1 at Yale 5 8 4 at Brown 2 6 7 at M.I.T. 15 4 8 at Williams 4 3 11 B.U. 3 10 14 at Dartmouth 4 7 15 at Norwich 10 19 Middlebury 3 21 Princeton 4 2 (Lynn S. C.j 27 Brown 4 6 28 Providence 2 10 29 West Point 7 2 Jan. 7 B.C. (Arena) 3 12 14 Harvard 7 16 Tufts 8 5 29 R. P. L 3 5 Feb. 1 B. C. 6 2 at Middlebury 2 7 5 Harvard 3 5 12 A. I. C. (Arena) 14 1 14 at Providence 3 5 18 B.U.( Arena) 4 2 19 Univ. of N. H. 4 4 (Arena) 22 at Bowdoin 11 2 23 at Colby 5 8 Boston Garden First row: J. Brown, G. Boyle, G. Dirago, R. Wilsack. Second row: M, Hi Tatton ( Couch ) . (Capt.), W. Spencer, T, Lacey, M, Giovanni, Prof. tO UKt Cf By D. J. Ryan The Northeastern Cross Country Team led by Capt. Bill Spencer wound up with an impressive 5-2 record, losing only to The University of New Hampshire and Providence College. Wins came at the expense of Boston College, Wor- cester Poly Tech, Massachusetts Institute of Technolo- gy, Rhode Island and Tufts. The only dark spot of the otherwise bright season was the poor showing of the team in New England Inter- collegiate Championship competition at Franklin Park. A tired and weary varsity team finished a poor twelfth in a field of seventeen schools. In the first meet of the year the Huskies were un- pleasantly surprised by a strong University of New Hampshire squad. Team revenge came later in the season when five Huskies passed the New Hampshire star at the New England Championships. Leading man in the losing cause was Mel Hill who proved to be both a valuable and steady runner all season long. According to Coach Tatton the Rhode Island Meet was the best team victory of the entire season as the club edged the powerful Rams 26-31. All of the top seven counted in the scoring. Caprain Spencer picked up N.U. ' s first individual honor with a time of 19:37 as he led the team to its first victory of the year over Boston College by a score of 23-36. Rounding out the top five were Mel Hill, Tom Lacey, Mack Giovanni and Dick Wilsack, all of whom were in the top seven. The following week, Giovanni with an explosive burst of speed won the individual honots as the team pasted Worcester Poly Tech with a ' grand slam, ' a per- fea 15-50. Not only did the team take the first five places but they also placed sixth, seventh and eighth. Last year ' s captain, Tom Lacey, chalked up his first triumph of the season as the team beat M.I.T. 48-21 at Franklin Park. Spencer and Giovanni followed closely in third and fourth spots respeaively. Once again the team had five of the top seven places with the HiU brothers, Mel and George, rounding our the group in fifth and sixth spots. The second loss of the season was to Providence College who picked up an automatic victory by placing one-two-three. The first N.U. runner over the finish line was Lacey who staggered in fourth with a bad case of cramps. Spencer, Giovanni, Wilsack and Hill comprised the top five in the losing cause. In the final dual meet of the season against Tufts College Spencer and Giovanni tied for the coveted first place position with the creditable time of 21:10. Dick Wilsack finished a strong fifth, followed by Mel Hill and Jerry Boyle. Mel Hill was elected Captain of the 1957 squad. Graduating senior letter men are George Campot, Tom Lacey and D. J. Ryan. one hundred seventy-five First row: A. MacDonald, T. Lacey, C. Miller, J. Maria (Capt.). J. McCarron, B. Spencer, M. Giovanni, G. Boyle. Second row: R. Wilsack, M. Hill, J. McCarthy, N. Dempsey, W. Kilmain, M. Rauseo, R. Kilmain. Third row: Prof. Tatton (Coacli), G. Hill, C. Hilton, T. Greland, M. Ferragamo, H. Peterson, E. Rollins, Vtac By Edward Rollins A post season victory over Brown University at Northeastern ' s cage provided a fitting finish to an- other indoor track season. Coach Tatton ' s pre-season optimism now seems justified as the team boasted a 6 win, 3 loss record. The returning lettermen provided a firm basis on which the squad could be built. Led by Capt. Joe Maria, Charlie Miller, John McCarthy, Jerry Downey, Tom Lacey, Jack McCarron, Warren Ken- Up and over. nedy, Mike Ferragamo and Tom Greland, the track- sters toppled Holy Cross, Providence, U. of New Hampshi re, MIT, U. of Connecticut and Brown. Only Tufts, Maine, and Bates proved too strong. Charlie Miller, reigning New England 220 yd. dash king returned to win 7 out of 8 starts in his specialty; Miller totalled 901 2 points for the season. Bill Spencer ran his way to 541 points and Capt. Joe Maria ' s high jumping and hurdling earned him 48 points. The Huskies ran into trouble in tiieir first two meets. Tufts took advantage of their weakness in the field events to score a 60-44 win at the En Yew Cage. In the second meet at the cage, the Huskies came I 3 of a point short of upsetting a highly rated Bates squad. Northeastern led at the end of the meet in the cage, 56I 3 to 51 2 3. The only event remaining was the 440 relay which was to be run at the Knights of Columbus games at the Garden that night. A hasty anchor led by Rudolf Smith gave Bates a first in the relay and a 56 2 3 to 561 win over the North- easterners. Then the Huskies found themselves. A five meet win skein was launched by En Yews ' 59V3 to 3 2 3 upset victory over Holy Cross. This meet was also won on the final event, the relay. Northeastern ' s team of Jerry Downey, Jack McCarron, Neil Dempsey and Charlie Miller outsprinted Bill Merritt Co., who is current N.E. 440 yd. Dash Champion, on Miller ' s blistering anchor Miller also won the broad jump, dash and low hurdles, scoring l6i 4 points. Then, the tracksters became stubborn ; they re- fused to be beaten. Methodically, they trampled Providence College 90 to 23; the U. of New Hamp- shire 72 to 47; MIT 66 to 47; and Connecticut 79 to 33, all in the cage. In the final scheduled meet of the season the squad traveled to Orono, Maine to face a strong Black Bear team — too strong, for the Pine Tree Staters handed the Huskies their third loss 741 to 511 2. Now we ' re back to where we started. In an un- scheduled post-season meeting, the Huskies easily downed Brown 73-30 to cap the indoor season. The team had a month to rest before the upcoming out- door season started at the U. of Conn. The leading individual scorers and their point totals were as follows: Miller 901 2 Ferragomo 33 Downey 341 2 Greland 32 Maria 48 Cavanagh 28 Lacey 46 Bayle 27 Spencer 541 2 McCarthy 18 McCarron 3514 Flying high. A run for your points. If I had the wings of an angel. If the indoor season began with a pistol ' s report, the outdoor season began with a bus ' groan; the re- luctant sigh of the tracksters ' bus which faded in the last lap of the Boston-Storrs, Conn. trip. After ar- riving 45 minutes late (in another bus) En Yew pro- ceeded to repeat their indoor victory by downing the rival Huskies 73 to 64. On April 17, the Huskies journeyed to Kingston, R.I. to face the strong U. of R.I. team which later in the season annexed the Yankee Conference Track Championship Crown. The Red and Black was turned back in its first loss of the season, 90 to 45. The Huskies dominated the running events, but failed to win a field event against the Rams. In their third outdoor meet of the season, N.U. tackled Bates and Brandeis with the former as host. With Brandeis taking points away from Northeastern rather than Bates, the Huskies found themselves 9 points shy of victory with Bates scoring 77 points to N.U. ' s 69 and Brandeis ' 18. The following week, the Tattonmen met Tufts and Bowdoin in another tri-meet at Tufts. Jack Mc- Carron and John McCarthy both suffered pulled muscles, and were forced to drop out of their races; this gave the opponents the edge they needed with Tufts winning on 56 points to 55 for Bowdoin and 52 for En Yew. Both McCarron and McCarthy were lost to the team for the remainder of the season. Northeastern suffered its third loss of the season at the hands of Springfield College. The absence of McCarron and McCarthy plus the Gymnasts ' strength in the field events proved too much. one hundred seventy-eight In the final dual meet of the season, the Huskies downed MIT at Briggs Field 86 to 49. Charlie Miller romped in both the 100 and 200 yd. dashes to register his fifth double win in six outdoor starts. On May 24 and 25, the New England Intercol- legiates were held at Brown. Northeastern was rep- resented by Miller in the 100 and 220, Sophomore Bryant Rollins in the 440, Tom Lacey in the 880, Clarence Hilton in the two-mile, Capt. Joe Maria in the High Jump and Jerry Downey in the Broad Jump. The Huskies totaled 16 points to finish 6th in a field of 27 strong teams. Miller copped seconds in the dash and 220 in the fastest times of his track career; 97 in the dash and 20.8 in the 220. Downey, a Junior, placed a close second in the B.J. with a leap of 23 ' 2 3 " , his best so far. Lacey and Hilton each placed fourth in their respective events to com- plete N.U. ' s scoring. VARSITY INDOOR TRACK Schedule 1956-1957 Jan. N. Opp. 12 Tufts Univ. 44 60 19 Bates 561 3 562 3 26 Holy Cross 59 53 Feb. 8 Providence 90 23 13 Univ. of N. H. 72 47 16 MIT ( ( 47 22 Univ. of Conn. 79 33 Mar. 2 Univ. of Maine (at) 511 2 741 2 9 Brown 73 30 A man of actior 1. f ji , .. i biiLii 1 Lutk in R A ottc R. Giiou irJ, R. Harvey, G. Di.wJ, (C ) .), J. Connelly (C„jl j). R. C.nlcy, R. Cay, P McCaithy, W Fi ke Seioiid iou K. Kassabian (Trainer), D. Eason, J. Buchert, L. Boyer, W. King, J, Keenan, B. Whittier, R. Ahern, A. White, P. McKee, R. Lehman (Mgr.). of e aU By JIM DeFELICE The first game of the season was the longest and the closest. Connecticut edged Northeastern 2 to 1 in 13 innings. Bill Possial pitched Boston University to a 16 to win over Northeastern in the first G.B.L. game. Ron Ayotte, Dowd and Erickson combined to drive in ten runs as the Huskies won their first game drubbing Brandeis 21 to 8. Dowd and Erickson both belted 400 foot triples, and Ayotte had a bases loaded double. A Northeastern rally fell short in the ninth as B.U. edged the home team 5 to 4. The Huskies made the game close with three runs in the final frame. With Dave Eason and Fran Brien sharing the pitching, Northeastern shaded Worcester Polyrech 3 to 1. A double by Dowd and a single by Erickson scored the winning run. Eason, younger brother of Don and Ron, who starred for Northeastern for four years, won three of four games during the season. Tufts collected 5 walks and 23 hits to trounce the Huskies 16 to 5. Northeastern later reversed the defeat by winning 6 to 1. Bob Hasting ' s two home runs paced Harvard to a 13 to 3 victory Erickson capped a five run rally with a homer as Northeastern defeated Clark University 7 to 1. Whit- tier, making his first start, scattered six singles in nine innings. Fiske ' s eighth inning home run powered North- eastern to a 4 to 3 win over Bowdoin. The losers made only four hits off the combined pitching of Erickson and Eason as they suffered their first de- feat. Erickson also had a double and single in three at bats. Bowdoin reversed the decision edging North- eastern 7 to 6 in ten innings. The winning run scored on a fielder ' s choice. Dowd pitched six in- nings allowing one earned run and led the offense with three hits. Eason won his third game as the Huskies trounced Bates 11 to 5. Bob Girouard hit a three run home run in the first inning. Paul McCarthy, playing in place of Conley, had three hits. Northeastern swamped Brandeis for the second time 16 to 4. Big batters were Tom Clarke and Dick Harvey with three runs batted in each and Erickson, a two run homer. one hundred seventy-nine - George Dowd, the pitching ace. Warren Fiske, the batting king. The Huskies had two games with Yankee Con- ference opposition shortened due to rain. Six un- earned runs enabled Rhode Island to play to a 7 to 7 tie. Catcher Lou Boyer ' s bases loaded single was the big hit for Northeastern. New Hampshire trimmed Northeastern 8 to 2 in seven innings as Eason lost his first game. Dowd pitched a two hitter stopping Tufts 6 to 1. The game was tied 1 to 1 going into the ninth. Mc- Carthy, pinch hitting for Clarke, delivered a bases loaded triple, and Fiske iced it with a two run single. Northeastern played errorless ball behind Whit- tier ' s five hit pitching to defeat MIT 8 to 1. The Huskies blanked Tech the next week 4 to as Pete McKee and Dowd combined to allow only six hits. Ralph Lumenti struck out 11 including the first six men he faced, as Massachusetts took the Huskies 10 to 4. Dick Beradino put on a one man show as he led Holy Cross to a 14 to 4 win over Northeastern. Ber- adino had six runs batted in with five hits. Conley drove in two for Northeastern. The Huskies upset Springfield 7 to 4 to put the Gymnasts in a playofF for the NCAA District One representative. A grand slam homer by Erickson in the fourth gave the win to Whittier, who allowed only one run in six innings of relief. Northeastern closed the season in impressive fash- sweeping a double header from Boston College. one hundred eighty Dowd limited the Eagles to three hits winning the first game 4 to 3. The Northeastern captain also drove in two runs with a pair of doubles. Conley drove in the other runs with a two run single. Behind Whittier ' s four hit pitching Northeastern blasted Boston College 13 to 1 in the second game. Dowd punched a double down the right field line in the fifth to score two runs. The Husky captain, besides hurling a three hit- ter, collected three doubles and a single and three rbi ' s in his final collegiate games. Northeastern played better than .500 over the regular season and had a 7-4 record in the G.B.L. league. The prospects of a better season next year are bright with many starters returning. Captain George Dowd, selected to the G.B.I. Stars, starred for the Huskies as an outfielder and a pitcher. Dowd had the lowest earned run average, 1.62, while winning four games. He struck out 51 men in 72 innings. Offensively Dowd belted seven doubles and two triples to pace the team. Three sport star John Erickson also worked from the mound and the outfield. He led the team in home runs with four while driving in 19 runs and scoring 19. Shortstop Warren Fiske boosted his last season ' s anemic .103 batting average to a team leading .321. Fiske, who was selected to the Greater Boston League All Stars, led Northeastern in hits (21), runs batted in (22), assists (73) and stolen bases (10). J. Enckson, F. Krypel, W. Colby, R. Sykes, J. Pumphret. A. Shields. Second row: W. Savosik {NLgr.), D. Shaejbe, J. Curran, J. Stone, R. Stewart, W. Doherty, J. Zabilski {Coach). (id et By ROLDO Bartimole Northeastern traveled to Springfield for its first away game. The Gymnast overpowered the North- eastern quintet 87-58 as four Springfield starters hit for doub le figures. The team totaled 31 field goals. Sophomore Dick Stewart was the only Northeastern man to score double figures with 10. Dino Martin ' s Boston College five administered defeat number five when they downed the Huskies 63-49. Northeastern left the court with a 24-22 ad- vantage at the half, having scored 18 of the 24 points via the foul line. In the second half they failed to hold the lead as they displayed the poorest shooting of the season, making only 12 of 60 shots on field goal attempts. Colby and forward Frank Krypel combined to lead the scoring with 15 points each. The Huskies ran their winless string to six as they dropped a 77-54 decision to Brandeis. Rudy Finderson paced the Lawyers with 24 points. John Erickson 16 and Joe Pumphret 11, led the scoring for the Huskies. Northeastern finally got the taste of victory as they downed undefeated Harvard in one of the top upsets of the season in the Boston area. The Huskies took a 66-60 measure of the Crimson at the home court before a capacity crowd. The N.U. five broke their season-long scoring slump by recording 23 field goals in 48 attempts and 20 of 31 from the foul post. Colby led the attack with 25 points. He was followed by Dick Stewart with 18. Frank Krypel played an important part in the victory with 16 rebounds. Northeastern journeyed across town to Boston University to pick up loss number seven 87-55. Matt Zunic ' s Terriers displayed too much power, scoring 35 field goals against N.U. ' s 19- Double figure men for the Huskies were Colby 16 and Stewart 12. Coach Zabilski ' s quintet next visited Maine to face the Bobcats. Maine hit on all cylinders and ran It ' s a toss-up ! up a season high 97 points defeating the Huskies 97-70. Maine led 50-21 at the half. They talhed 37 of 70 shots on field goal attempts. Erickson topped the Red and Black scorers with 20 followed by Bill Colby with 19. Two sophomores provided the impetus for North- eastern ' s second win of the season as they defeated the University of New Hampshire 86-81. The Huskies had their most productive night from the floor scoring 31 field goals. Bucky Carlezon and Raoul Piche were the two under classmen who led the at- tack. Bucky hit for 20 and Piche 14. Captain Russell Sykes scored his season high as he totaled 15 points. Bill Colby rounded out the scoring with 13. Rhode Island ' s Billy Van ' Wegh led the way with 30 points on 13 field goals in 24 attempts as the Rhody Rams downed the Huskies at the home gym 77-65. Four N.U. men hit for double figures led by Colby 19, Pumphret 15, Al Shields and Carlezon 10. Northeastern dropped its tenth game to Tufts College 80-64 at Tufts. The Jumbos hit with deadly accuracy and left the court at halftime with a 37-28 advantage to coast to the win. Colby topped the Northeastern scorers with 20, Piche followed with 11. The Red and Black continued their losing by drop- ping a 60-58 squeeker to Middlebury. Charlie Sykes scored with a one-hander with less than 30 seconds to go for the win. Sykes accounted for three of the last five points and paced the scorers with 20 points. Northeastern scoring was led by Colby 17, Erickson 14 and Pumphret 10. The Huskies lost their twelfth game of the season to a vastly superior squad from St. Michaels 96-74. Led by Cieplicki who taUied 24, the giants from Ver- mont scored 36 times from the floor and 24 from the foul line. Three men hit for the 64 of the 74 Northeastern points. Colby had 23, Krypel 22 and Erickson 19. This trio also scored 44 of the first 46 Husky points. Caught unaware. Reaching for the sky. Suffolk University provided Northeastern with its third victory of the campaign as the travel-weary Red and Black returned home after an unsuccessful tour of Maine and Vermont. Colby led the 86-82 onslaught tallying 33 points for the season high for an N.U. player. The Huskies had their shooting eye sharpened for the affair and hit for 32 of 69 field goal attempts. Sharing the scoring honors with Colby were Erickson and Shields with 22 and 17 respectively. In the second half Colby and Erickson put on a dual scoring show as they tallied 17 of the first 18 points scored. Northeastern put together its only win streak by defeating Bates 83-82 in an overtime thriller at the Bates College gym. Erickson, who scored the four deciding markers and Joe Curran, who provided two foul conversions, helped pace the overtime win. Erickson scored 26 points in all. He was followed by Colby 21, Krypel l4 and Shields 10. Northeastern traveled to Colby College to meet two foes. The entire squad, coach included, came down with an intestinal grippe. Colby put the pres- sure on with a full court press as they hit for 30 field goals for a .445 clip to score a 86-68 victory over the grippe-stricken Huskie quintet. Again Bill Colby and Erickson combined to pace the Huskies scoring with 24 and 20 points respectively. Colby displayed a scoring show for the opposing fans dropping in one handers from the key hole. He ripped off 12 of the last 14 points scored at the close of the first half. On home ground again Northeastern chalked up its fifth win by defeating Clark University in a hard fought battle 77-73. Colby continued his fine scor- ing, hitting for 18 of his 26 in the first half of play. He hit a torrid .706 clip with 12 of 17 field goals. He was supported by Erickson 21, Pumphret 12 and Shields 10. Tlis hip, one. one hundred eighty-three Boston University scored its second victory of the season over Northeastern with 74-64 win at the local gym. Jack Leaman led the Terriers with 21 points. Nineteen came in the first half. Pumphret led the Husky attack with 22, Colby followed with 21 and Erickson with 10. Northeastern revenged an earlier defeat at the hands of the University of Maine as the Huskies broke the gym and team record with a 109-90 win before the largest crowd of the season. Billy Colby hit for 31 points falling four short of his 1955-56 all-time high at Northeastern of 444. Pumphret scored his season high with 25 points. Krypel with 23, Erickson 19 and Shields with 15 rounded out the scoring as all five starters scored in double figures. Colby and Pumphret scored the first 21 points for Northeastern. At the Annual Sports Banquet the team elected Frank Krypel to represent the squad as Captain for the 1957-58 season. The play ' s here, boys! Can you top that! Worcester Polytechnic Institute scored a last min- ute verdict over Northeastern on a one hand score by Stevens at the N.U. gym. Pumphret topped the scorers with 22 points. He was backed up by Colby 18 and Shields 11. Leading with just about a minute to go at the Rockwell Cage fans saw MIT score five straight points to edge the Huskies 69-68. Holding a four point advantage with three minutes of play remaining the Huskies were unable to score again. MIT ' s Mur- askin and Goldstein tallied a field goal each to tie the game at 68-68. A foul conversion by Larson with a minute to go provided the winning margin for the Techmen. MIT could score only 19 times from the floor, but took advantage by scoring 31 fouls of the 45 committed by the Huskies. Northeastern lost the service of four of its starters through fouls. one hundred eighty-four VARSITl ' RIFLE TEAM M. Wise, L. Purdy, O. Abel, C. Black, F. DeLuca, J. Pluaski, Second roir: Lt. S. Birch ( In . Range R. Sullivan, A. Smith, L. Crowell, T. Tumma, R. Doyle, Msgt. J. Wigley (admei). Hcer), N. Mineo, VARSITY RIFLE CLUB The Rifle Club is one of the largest clubs at the University, with 563 members, seventy percent of whom have received National Rifle Association Marksmanship qualification. The club is divided into four parts — the Varsity Team, the R.O.T.C. Team, the Freshman Team, and the Women ' s Team. The Varsity Team boasts a 27-11 record in postal and shoulder to shoulder matches against such foes as Yale, Tufts, Harvard, Boston College, and Dart- mouth. The team placed second in the Greater Bos- ton Collegiate Rifle League. The R.O.T.C. Team has the distinction of being undefeated during the 1956-57 season. A won and lost record of 5 and 3 shows the com- bined efforts of the Freshman Team. The able Frosh placed fifth in the nation in the National Freshman Postal Match. Despite the loss of several top sharpshooters, the Women ' s Team went on to win five of nine matches and placed sixth in the National Intercollegiate Prone Postal Match HUS-SKIERS Mid-October marked the beginning of the ski sea- son when the Hus-Skiers went mountain climbing to limber up for more serious work ahead. The skiing season opened officially with " Perles ' Prom " , a get-together at the home of the club ad- visor in January. Early in January the ski team held try-outs at Boston Peak in North Andover, and every weekend thereafter there was a race somewhere in New Eng- land against such colleges as Boston University, Brown, Tufts, Keene Teachers ' , Princeton, Massachu- setts Institute of Technology and Holy Cross. February 6 marked the annual Miller Movie " Have Skis, Will Travel " , proceeds of which were used to finance ski team activities. The Annual Winter Carnival took place on the first weekend in March at Spruce Mountain in Jack- son, New Hampshire, highlighted by a torch-light slalom, crowning of the Carnival Queen and the an- nual club " giant slalom " race. Prof. Perles takes a lesson in skiing during the annual Winter Carnival. one hundred eighty-six - » t CauWron one h mdred eighty-seven Monday Dinner-Dance Oceanside Hotel IS iagnolia June 10 to 16, 1957 Dinner is served both inside and out at the Oceanside Hotel Monday night. 1— ,ife.. W , ! € After Dinner, Dean Melvin awarded the P.A.L. degrees to the wives of graduating seniors. Class Adviser, Carlo Gubel- lini, receives a surprise from the class in appreciation of the work he did in behalf of the class. The dance floor was a busy place during the rest of the evening but so was the lounge. one hundred ninety Wednesday Outing and Ja ' x; Concert Castle Hill Estate Ipswich The Queen of the bathing beauty contest (above) and her court (below). « ,, m k ' Thursday M.oonlight Cruise S. S. Boston Belle the dance floor was crowded . . . . . . but so what! Friday Senior Prom Loias XIV Ballroom Hotel Sofnerset Here are some more mugs. And hfre ;ire some prerr - muirs. The official Class Colors are passed on to I96I. View from Pompey ' s Head ammcHcement Sunday Boston Garden The Flight brothers congratulate each other while Marcia McHugh adjusts her brother Paul ' s cap prior to Commencement ceremonies. The loni; awaited dav arrives. one hundred ninety-jive June 22-August 2 Vort Gordon Georgia Forf BelvoiVj Virginia . 2 ' ' , . 0 ' % This was home for six weeks. " . . . and after form DD646 place two copies Line No. 1 — Travel Pay U.S. ARMY HOSPITAL one hundred ninety-six A little exercise never hurt anybody — hard. T Another Maggie ' s Drawers. If the bullet doesn ' t kill the enemy that face will. If you can ' t see the target, can you see the hill? one hundred ninety-seven Now how did he say you stopped this thing? Outside man, Inside Man Outside! A wire construction team in action. Field Classroom — informal ' ' ► ' Mt X Power reel makes wire re- , covery almost easy. And then there are the guys who like to ham it up for the cameraman. f- ' f " i ' .-: jt iMy finger ' s caught in the knot. i l-tfr 3tlie e it or nut it isn ' t t%en ei.nlit in the- nidininf; yet. Just a hair Standby inspection. P " »«BB ' 1B, iiV r iiinda) is always reserved for church. two hundred Sleep conies easily regardless of time or place. But boys, that ' s not where the bridge goes. two hundred one Recreation time, yum, yum. Orientation via TV. Looks like the security guard caught a prisoner, POW Lake. 1 vJ " i ' i- ' -r ' ' H ■M n H Rl ' 1 J ■ if ' ' fis V m ( gy|a« ' " " " Hj ■1 L 1j u I Jim Nesterenko won the Tug-o-war at Fort Devens Summer Camp (right) and Al Brazdzonis won the Marksmanship trophy at Fort Gordon (left). Graduating cadets take the oath of office. Oh, those lucky bars. » Compliments of THE CLASS OF 19 5 8 Compliments of Compliments of THE CLASS OF THE CLASS OF 19 5 9 19 6 two hundred jour Compliments Compliments of of THE CLASS OF J. P. O ' CONNELL CO. 19 6 1 110 Forsyth Street Boston Massachusetts THE NORTHEASTERN NEWS extends its Heartiest Congratulations and Best Wishes to the CLASS OF 1957 two hundred five The Officers and Faculty of . . . NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY extend to the Class oj i j-j congratulations and wishes each member much happiness and may each life be a record of success. • Compliments of AT THE COMMONS The Pruntf), TLth. Operated by BRUNCH, Inc. A Massachusetts Corporation University 224 MILK STREET, BOSTON 9, MASS. Architect HAncock 6-7563 • two hundred six To the young men and women who are being graduated from our colleges and universities this month has been given the re- sponsibility of building tomorrow ' s world. In your hands lies a future that must be molded with wisdom, with integrity, with foresight. May Northeastern University ' s fine traditions always guide you in your quest for a strong and secure tomorrow. JOHN A. VOLPE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 54 EASTERN AVENUE MALDEN 4«, MASS. Offices in Rome, Italy Washington, B.C. For Pure Enjoyment ICE CREAM The Name You Know You Can Trust SERVICE UNIFORM COMPANY, INC. 15 School Street Boston 8, Mass. CApitol 7-0670 Uniforms Accessories Special Group Prices Write for Free Price List AMORY FOUNDRY COMPAMY Specializing in ALUMINUM CASTINGS 380 AMORY STREET, JAMAICA PLAIN HAROLD M. TWOMBLY two hundred seven BEST WISHES to the Class Co-operative Allied Research Associates, Inc., Boston American Mutual Liability Insurance Company Andrew Alford, Consulting Engineers Atlantic Gelatin Division, General Foods Corporation The Borden Company, Coatings and Adhesives, Peabody Boston Woven Hose Rubber Company Brockton Taunton Gas Company Brookfield Engineering Laboratories, Inc. Everett M. Brooks, Civil Engineers The Calidyne Company, Vibration Test Equipment CBS-Hytron Division, Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc. Clifford Manufacturing Company S. H. Couch Company, Inc., Telephone and Signaling Equipment Charles M. Cox Company, Wirthmore Feeds George E. Emerson, Inc. Fay, Spofford Thomdike, Inc. William Gens Son Haskins Sells Hayward, Hayward Boynton, Surveyors and Civil Engineers International Business Machines Corporation two hundred eight of 1957, from the following Employers International Equipment Company, Centrifuge Manufacturers Krohn-Hite Corporation Laboratory for Electronics, Inc. Chas. T. Main, Inc., Consulting Engineers Massachusetts Hospital Service, Inc., Blue Cross-Blue Shield Metcalf Eddy, Consulting Engineers New England Survey Service, Inc. Norwood Engineering Co., Inc. Dana F. Perkins Sons, Inc., Civil Engineers and Surveyors Pickard Burns, Inc. Pneumatic Scale Corporation, Limited Packaging and Bottling Machinery Saco-Lowell Shops, Biddeford, Maine Sanborn Company Simplex Wire Cable Company Sylvania Electric Products, Inc., Lighting Division United Shoe Machinery Corp., Beverly Factory R. G. Vanderweil, Consulting Engineers Wes- Julian Construction Corporation Whitman Howard, Inc., Engineers two hundred nine r;.V ' bringing you the complete coordination of all the factors involved in producing the finest Annual possible — tailored to meet your desires and your budget. §w. . ' . " - " 160 WARREN STREET BOSTON 19, MASSACHUSETTS THE ROBBINS CO. AttleborO Massachusetts — Tiventy Years of Steady Service and Consistent Quality — Appointed Manufacturers of The Senior Ring of Northeastern University 1936 - 1951 THE OFFICAL RING Obtainable Only At NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE FLOWERS TELEGRAPHED TO ALL PARTS OF THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA SYMPHONY FLOWER SHOP, INC. 248 Huntington Ave. Boston 15, Mass. Tel. KE 6-2076 - 2077 " Good Food for over 25 years " LUTHER WITH AM, INC. Caterers 441 Chatham Street Lynn, Massachusetts DOE INGALLS, INC. 56 Garden Street Everett Station Boston 49, Mass. Fine and heavy chemicah For laboratory and industry Distributors — J. T. Baker Chem. 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