Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA)

 - Class of 1960

Page 1 of 248

 

Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection, 1960 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1960 Edition, Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1960 Edition, Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1960 Edition, Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1960 Edition, Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1960 Edition, Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1960 Edition, Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1960 Edition, Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1960 Edition, Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1960 Edition, Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1960 Edition, Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1960 Edition, Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1960 Edition, Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 248 of the 1960 volume:

■■ ' 7 - MY HEART LEAPS UP WHEN I BEHOLD A RAINBOW IN THE SKY 1. mm s up when I behold rofnbow in the sky: was it when my life began; So is if now I am a man; So be it when I shr-H ..„,., .. a • Or let mo di The Child is father of Ihc Mc- And I could wish my day? tc ' -°-und each NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY BOSTON. MASSACHUSETTS CAULDRON Shelly Stick Editor-in-Chief 19 6 Foster T. Chandler, Jr Managing Editor CAULDRON BOARD Faculty Advisor Professor Everett C. Marston Business Manager Frank Padellaro Sports Editor Pete Cobleigh Photo Editor Don Netto Activities Andy Parziale Art Ken Gilbert Historian Craig Cleverly Cover EDITORIAL STAFF Walt Perry Bob Nunes Al Levant Pete Dwyer Leonard Swartz Dotty Wilson Don MacAuley Dick Calendrella Athena Critikos Bob Anglin Larry Blumsack Judy Barrett Bob Binder Roy Trulson Jim Powers Coordinating Editor [21 Tlir. BUILDERS All are arihiiects of Fate, WorkinH in these walls of Time; Some with massive deeds and f - ' at, Some with ornaments of rhyme. Nolliin;; useless is, or low; Each thing in its place is hest; And what seems hut idle show Strengthens and supports the rest. For the structure that we raise. Time- is with materials fdled; Our to days and yesterdays Are the blocks with which we build. Truly shape and fashion these; Leave no yawning gaps between; Ihink not, because no man sees. Such things will remain unseen. In the elder days of Art, Builders wrought with greatest care Each minute and unseen part; For the Gods see everywhere. Let us do our work as well. Both the unseen and the seen ; Make the house, where Gods may dwell Beautiful, entire, and clean. Else our lives are incomplete. Standing in these walls of Time, Broken stairways, where the feet S:umble as they seek to climb. Build to-day, then, strong and sure. With a firm and ample base; And ascending and secure Shall to-morrow find its place. Thus alone can we attain To those turrets, where the eve Sees the world as one vast plain. And one boundless reach o ' sky. ' Longfellow ' [3] DEDICATION Professor Everett C. Marston plays croquette with a ruthless and cunning passion that appears at odds with his placid nature. He loves long walks, barefooted, on the sands of Duxbury ' s beach. He relished having NEWS and CAULDRON people down to his Duxbury home for a day at the beach and to wash the dishes. He enjoys a cold beer on a hot sununer day. And he cherishes his little black Volkswagon with a pride which surpasses understanding. But this is the day of the hard-nosed, the socially indiflFerent, the emotionally- calloused, and a yearbook dedication should never tell anything about the person to whom it is being dedicated; it should be pregnant with pretty phrases, cute epithets, and prepared cliches. Professor Marston marches to a different drummer, and he would want a dedica- tion in his honor, as retiring advisor to the NEWS and CAULDRON, to foUow that path. He is quietly humorous when the time is ripe; seditiously sarcastic when the time is ripe; and when his heart is touched by a bit of sadness or tragedy concerning one of his charges, the eyes of this man of spiritual hardiness fill with unashamed tears. He, more so than most men, takes getting used to; for it is hard to believe in a person of truly genuine feelings; in a man who, when he asks you how you are, really ca res. He is slow to judge for he realizes that we are not all we seem to be; that we have lived with fear and pity for so long it is hard to experience them any more. It can truly be said of him that he lives through his heart, loves through his soul and judges through his mind. [4] PROFESSOR EVERETT C. MARSTON Aclviior CAULDRON — NEWS President ' s Message To the Class of I960: Although I ha e served as President for only one year, I am happy to have become acquainted with several mem- b-rs of the Class of I960. If these students are any criterion of the quality of the entire class, I have every confidence that as graduates }ou w 11 uphold Northeastern ' s proudest traditions of service. The Cla:s of I960 is fortunate in many respects. In a p:riod of great scientific and social advances more and greater opportunities — and also greater responsibilities — lie before you than have faced any previous class in the University ' s history. The breadth of understanding, knowledge, and proven capacity to learn, which you have acquired under North- eastern ' s special pian of education, will help you to cope effectively with the complex world in which we live today. The best proof of the broad education you receive, however, is your open and inquiring mind. If you have dis- covered and developed an ability to think. Northeastern has fulfilled the basic purpose for its existence as well as its pledge to you as freshmen five years ago. May I extend my best wishes for your future success. DR. ASA S. KNOWLES President Northeastern University [f ' ] 3n iHemoriam OR. ELMER H. CUTTS, chairman o ' the Kisiory-Government De- partment since 1948, died in his Arlington home on Monday morninj, April 4, 1960. With his passing the University lost much in the •vay of loyal service and dedication to its growth and development. A member of the faculty since 19-il, Dr. Cutts was made an asso- date professor of Histor in 1947, and a full professor in 1948. He spent the academic ear 1958-19 ' ' 9 as a Fulbright Scholar in India. At the time of his death he was involved in a series of radio pro- grams bringing a better understanding both of Northeastern and of India to the public. He received his AB and MA degrees from the University of Wash- ington and his PhD degree from Harvard. He was the author of numerous scholarh ' articles and papers dealing with various periods of histor . Dr. Cults was a member of the American Historical Association, the .American Oriental Society, the American Academy of Political and .SiHJal Science, the All-India Historv Congress, and the Confer- ence on British Studies. He leaves his wife, the former Amelia E. Simaton, and his daughter, I.orna Jean, I, . DR. R. LAWRENCE CAPON, Auburndale, for many years commence- ment organist and an associate professor of English at Northeastern, died on September 3, 1959. A native of Montreal, Canada, Dr. Capon attended the New Eng- land Conservatory of Music and did private pianoforte and organ teaching in Boston and Newton since 1926. He received his BS de- gree in 1933 and his AM and PhD degrees in 1955, all from Boston University. In 1959, Dr. Capon participated in the WERS-FM series entitled. " Notes on the Development of the English Novel in the 18th and 19th Centuries, " and gave talks on Sir Walter Scott and Thoma. " Hard. A member of the finance committee of the Church of the Open Word (Swedenborgian), he also served as a member of the executive coinmittee. State Church Association, and was director of tne Cor- poration, New Church Theological School in Cambridge. Dr. Capon was a member of the honor fraternities Phi Delta Kapp a, Pi Kappa Lambda, and was vice president of Alpha Chapter, Phi Mu Sinfonia Fraternity. He was a member of the College Englisli Association, the Ameri- can Association of University Professors, and was ar. advisor to the No.-theastern student Dance Band. He leaves hi: Gould. sife, Edith Swanton, a son Ross B., and a brother. I ' ] Education Waits, Patiently CLASS HISTORY 1955 - 1960 By C31AIG CLEVERLY The history of the Class of I960 commenceth thus: " In the beginning (of September 1955) Northeastern created the Class of I960. And the Administration said, ' Let there be Orientation ' : and there was Orientation. " There certainly was! It may not have been the lines, the payments, the sales talks, and the registra- tation, but most of us who went through it would fight for its being placed high on the list. When we finally came whirling away from the lines, the payments, the salestalks, and the registra- tion forms, we were whirled into classes the follow- ing Monday. Which didn ' t help the confusion a bit. But as the year charged on (since NU ' s 10 week terms are conducted at a pace approximating jet- propulsion) we gradually got oriented to it all, or thought we did. As a matter of fact, we were the largest Freshman class in the University ' s history, with 1760 of us gumming up the local works. But then, it seems as though every successive Freshman class has been billed as " the largest in the history of Northeastern, " so 1760 must be a mere drop in the present bucket. Somehow the class managed to make order out of its 1760 member chaos, and elected officers, class board, and all the executive paraphernalia that no- body (except members) seems to know anything about. A Freshman Talent Show was staged by these groups, and the Freshman class celebrated the end of its third term by " Dancing In The (virtual) Dark " at the Continental. The University participated in a Ford Foundation mass shell-out for teachers ' salary raises, receiving $650,000 for said worthy cause. One biggish news item was the Masque ' s doing " South Pacific " as one of the musical ' s first produc- tions off Broadway — but not too far off, in the creative hands of die Blackmaniacs. An interesting sidelight occurred late in the year, when Ford Frick, National Commissioner of Base- ball, participated in unveiling ceremonies of a plaque commemorating the first World Series long- merry ago at the site of Northeastern. And so we eventually became Sophomores, with a term of co-op between us and Freshmanhood — which enabled us to look down our worldly-wise noses at the Freshman fresh from Orientation. But some of the gloating and joy at finally being Sophomores was dampened by a $75 increase in upperclass tuition that year. Even at that, though, engineers ' tuition was only (only??) $260 — which was to seem like " the good old days " by the time we were Seniors. " That ' s where my money goes . . . " And one of the places was into the construction of the Classroom-Laboratory Building, which was at first designated " A Building " (for $1,800,000 I should hope they got a building out of the deal). But soon it was dubbed " Hayden Hall, " thus enabling professors to tell their classes with utmost academic impunity to " Go to H. " That year — and our Senior year too — were the big years for building- naming, with the gym becoming the Godfrey Lowell Cabot Physical Education Center (when they name a building they certainly do go all out). And speaking of the gym, the NE ' WS reported on March 1, 1957, that NU had bought the apartment block just west of the GLCPEC — the g m — for demolition and replacement by a swimming pool. By our Senior year the demo- lition certainly had taken place, but nary a sign of swimming facilities was to be seen. The Sophomore-Middler Dance at the end of Division A ' s January-April term was apparently used to bring " a sleep and a forgetting " to as many refugees of finals as possible. It was called " Rainbow Rhapsody " (yet another ethereal confection dreamed up by Dance-Namers Anonymous). and pay again. The morning march ; 4fter the Sophomore year we entered the Great Void of Northeastern education — we became Middlers. In a five-year curriculum something ' s got to give, so at NU it ' s the third year. You must have had several dis- cussions like this: " What year are you in at college? " " My third year. " " Oh, then you ' re a Junior. " " No, I ' m a Middler. " " I didn ' t quite catch that ' — a what? " " A Middler. You see, at Northeastern . . . " And so on. Anyone who has been through that knows for sure that just being a Middler is the losingest of battles. Nevertheless, some important things happened while we were in the limbo of Middler ship. Dean Melvin retired from being Dean of Students to devote his time to teaching (twelve hours a week of classes seems to be his idea of retirement ) . Dean MacDonald replaced Dean Melvin, Prof. Ken- nedy replaced Dean MacDonald, Prof. Ryder was made Dean of Administration, and Prof. Vernon was ap- pointed Dean of the Graduate School. It was, in short, a peak year for dean-production. In a pretty cool maneuver on somebody ' s part, the sophomore-Middler Prom was billed this year as the " Middler-Sophomore Prom, " in deference to our ad- vanced status (or maybe someone decided we had a hard enough time just being Middlers without being last, too). This one was dubbed " Cest Magnifique " by its optimistic planners. Hayden Hall or Graduate Center. ' M GAfanjdltdf While Geronimo declared war and while Mr. Clean was scapled. . . njo-lioi NjSjv ow ' X Fargo Wells waged whoopee and won ■,: J -•1 { r tt " ' 3 ■ ■ ' ■ " ' ■■.i4 ' -(k) |l " I iK ' ,♦ L ' 2 i ' H ■i. _ J k 1 K ' ofl K l ■ B ji. !!! % i - A . . . and while Ma x the Beatnik read poetry . . . Homecoming k Liz Anderson Homecoming Queen Weekend PBA Float — First Prize ' Tea and Sympathy " — ■ Silver Masque Style Chinese New Year . v..... % ' •fMl Going And so, moving on to the Junior year with a sigh very much resembhng one of relief, we became genuine upper- classmen. This was the big year for announcements of departure. Leading the list was Dr. Ell, who was about to retire, having celebrated his seventieth birthday the previous year. Dean Herrick announced her departure too, returning to her native Jackson. Joining the mass egress was Col. Harris, to be replaced by Col. Davis. Also leaving the scene was the Boston Opera House, which had been torn down the previous summer. Replace- ment plans were yet to be made when we flew the Quad- rangle in i960 (we were beginning to think it was to be a Faculty Parking Lot from that time forth and forever more). This year the class sponsored a Junior Dinner-Dance, and in a weak moment the Powers That Be decided to call it the " Junior Dinner-Dance. " Imagine! The Masque did a lovely, lovely " Carousel " this year, hav- ing presented a most happy " Oklahoma " the previous year. It ' s unfortunate that they were so fast running out of the cream of R H ' s crop, but it ' s good they did so while we were around. ( " The King and I " is apparently impossible. To finance it they ' d have to mortgage Rich ards Hall, and to give the King a haircut they ' d have to fight a militant Co-op Department. ) Going " T3b ' tktmmtKKBKSsr ' There was even a line to give money to the Husky Statue Fund. Russian educators visited NU to learn the co-op system. So then we became Seniors, and were finally at the top of the heap (there was of course the premonition that we ' d soon be pushed off, but . . .). The year was started with much pomp and circumstance by the inauguration of Dr. Knowles. Then too there was the opening of the Graduate Center, and its decidedly welcome cafeteria. There was an all-out drive for school spirit, with an NU flag design chosen and a new " Alma Mater " com- posed. Also, the Student Council began a campaign for a Husky Statue, selling pins for the Cause. ' Twas rather vague what on earth was to be done with the statue once they got it, but crossing that bridge was still pretty hypo- thetical anyway. Continuing its purchasing program, the University ac- quired the Boston Stotage Warehouse, beside the had- been Opeta House. As of graduation time it stood firm — very firm — and was still apparently engaged in hous ing whatever wares a warehouse houses. In the winter Joshua Logan dropped by to give the Masque some tips on presenting " Fanny, " which they staged as the year ' s musical. The Masque was rather more successful with " Fanny " than Logan was with the play he was trying out in Boston at the time. " Fanny " closed after two nights ( as planned ) — and Logan ' s show in New York came close to doing so. ( unplanned ) . The International Relations Club and the Student Union worked up a highly successful model United Na- tions. That is, it was successful when it finally took place, the weekend befoie being snowed out. Because of said snowstorms (which cancelled Friday classes too, miracle of miracles) the scheduled appearance of Eleanor Roose- velt didn ' t occur. Dean Dissell took over as Dean of ' Women, migrating here from Dean Herrick ' s Jackson. And the Student Union gave Dean Melvin a cake to celebrate his 40th year at Northeastern. Judy Anderson, Queen of the . Military Ball, and her court. , ' Joshua Logan visits with the Silver Masque. Coach Zeb Al Spiritus . . . MR. HUSKY Ilucklchtrry Husky, the winner, leads the other candidates in a hoop twirling contest. • " •a -tr:. Four contestants vied in mock olympic games for the honor of becoming the first Mr. Husky. On the agenda were contests involving hoop twirling, orange nose-pushing, balloon-popping, and text book throwing. Winner of the affair was Huckleberry Husky, assisted by one Yogi Bear and friends. Despite obstreperous weather and the threat of exams, the second Winter Carnival was a success, with Carolyn Williams being elected Queen of the Winter Sports Festival, 400 people attending the Snow Ball, and Art Chisholm being awarded the most valuable player of the Christmas Hockey Tournament. Lil ' Irwin Hokum Official start to the Olympic-oriented Mr. Husky contest is given by John Palmucci, contest chairman. Whatsa matta fella? " But all I said was ' Down with ROTC ' r- JI::Wr Swing your partners Rntt ' i Fi ' 1 ipy i K H fc ' ' a HF " H| | B| 1 Tn ' it sometime. Winter Welcome to my ice palace. I ' ve seen better heads on lettuce. You look better than my date. Where were you on the night . . . Carnival Although this item will finish off the history pretty dismally for anyone who ever worked with him, it must be recorded that at the end of the year Professor Marston announced his retirement as Adviser to the NEWS and CAULDRON. Rumor has it that after he departed thence, a pair of singularly unfillable shoes was to be found in the NEWS adviser ' s office. Royal Bouquet " Eek! A mouse! " A Peace Information Center visited the campus amidst interest, confusion and heckling. ie d lEHTl 5 WF ' f f .- l- w ««SX. in ' Rots o ' Ruck ' NFORMATI0N55 CENTER " ' ' " s, «six m Willi ;:iii«i 4 i Lii||| tU I A ■ M ' As for the sales tax. ' You listen to me. Only 50 more for a " Beanie Button. " EVERYBODy does th ' cha cha Graduates J J .i ' ' V. HIGHEST HONORS Robert Charles Forrest John Daniel Kelly HIGH HONORS Rudolph Thomas Biltucci Stephen Alan Chase Edwin Harry Whitney HONORS Joseph Edward Barnes John D. Craig, Jr. George Gerald Donovan Ernest Eramo, Jr. Eugene Paul Foley, Jr. Robert Francis Gayton Dino Tristano lerardo Albert Lampert Robert Wallace Le Roy John Thomas Mack Barbara Scott Maitland Thomas John Major Bruce Gerard McNeill Richard Warren Phelps Ralph Charles Porter John Quinn Leonard Norman Swartz Ronald Thomas Taylor George Wesley Wilson College of Business Administration [52] V JOSEPH JOEL ALTMAN 4 Warren Avenue Chelsea, Massachusetts Accounting " Joe " — Accounting Society 3,4,5 — Husky Key 3 — Band 1,2 — Co-op Work Record: — Associated Parts Corporation — John Hancock Mutual Insurance Company — Top Hat, In- corporated. BARRY CHARLES ANASOULIS 15 Beacon Blvd. Peabody, Massachusetts Finance Insurance Finance Club 3,4,5 — Married — Co- op Work Record: A. C. Lawrence Leather Company — Adventure Foods Incorporated. ANDERS T. ANDERSON, JR. 8% Williams Street Cambridge, Massachusetts Accounting " Andy " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 4 — Accounting Society 2, 3, 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: National Casket Company — Dunn Engineering Associates, Incorporated. HARLEY HOWARD ANDERSON 15 Grant Street Lexington, Massachusetts Business Management Society for the Advancement of Man- agement 3,4,5 — Rifle Club 1,2,3 — Intramural Softball 3,4,5 — Basket- ball 4,5 — Married — Co-op Work Record: Star Market Company. GORDON DOUGLAS ANDREWS 135 Porter Street Melrose, Massachusetts Industrial Relations Rifle Club 1,2 — Pershing Rifles 1,2, 3,4 — Society for Advancement of Management 3,4 — Husky Key 3 — Student Union 3 — Co-op Work Record: R. W. Pressprich Company; Sanborn Company. JOSEPH EDWARD BARNES 25 Dorchester Street Boston, Massachusetts Finance Insurance " Joe " — Married (one girl) — Dean ' s List — United States Air Force, (1952-1956) —full-time. RICHARD BERNARD BARTH 122 Boylston Street Maiden, Massachusetts Accounting Accounting Society — Co-op Work Record: Negea Service Corporation — Star Market — Northeastern Uni- versity. EDWARD JAMES BAVARO 93 Prospect Street Woburn, Massachusetts Industrial Relations " Eddie " — Phi Beta Alpha 3,4,5 — Class Board and Student Council 4, 5 — Football 1 — Band — News 1 — Rifle Cub — Intramural Basket- ball 1, 2 — Co-op Work Record: American Hardware Mutual — Provi- dent Institute for Savings. raCHARD CAMERON BEATTi ' 1 1 Exchange Court Waltham, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising " Clyde " — Married — Dean ' s List 3 — American Marketing Associa- tion (Treasurer) — Advertising Club - - Co-op Work Record: — Micaliste Bid nell Company. RICHARD MARVIN BECKER 284 River Street Mattapan, Massachusetts Industrial Relations " Dick " — Sigma Kappa Psi 1,2,3,4, 5 — Husky Key 1,2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern Universi- ty — New England Mutual Life In- surance. [34] LEONARD WILLIAM BELL 35 Fidelis Way Brighton, Massachusetts Accoiinliiig " Bill " — Section Representative 1 — Freshman Honor List — Accounting Society 1,2,3,4 — Society for the Advancement of Management 1 — Married (two girls) — United States Air Force 0952- 1956) — Full- time. HARVEY JOHN BETH 42 Estella Street Mattapan, Massachusetts Accounting Dean ' s List 4 — Class President — Sophomore and Middler Class Cabinet — Husky Key 1,2,3,4,5 — Accounting Society 3,4,5 — Co- op Work Record; — Travelers Insur- ance Company — Herbert F. French Company — Federal Milk Market. LAWRENCE JOEL BLUMSACK 109 Columbia Street Brookline, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising " Larry " — Alpha Psi Omega 3,4,5, — Phi Beta Alpha 2 (Historian) 3,4 (Secretary) 5 — Silver Masque 1 (Technical Manager 2,3) (Produc- tion Manager 4,5) — Cauldron 1 (Photo Editor) (2,3,4)5 Husky Hi- Liters 5 (President) — Student Union 1,2,3 — News 1,2,3 — Cam- era Club 1,2 — Rifle Club 1 — Freshman Night Show 2,3 (Stage Manager) 4,5 — News Eugene 5 ■ — Clara Joseph F. Ford Award 5 — Student Activities Outstanding Sen- ior Service Award — Co-op Work Record: Arthur D. Little Incorpor- ated — Boris and Milton Photog- raphers. GEORGE J. BOSWORTH, JR. 52 Fowler Street Randolph, Massachusetts Industrial Relations Student Union 2,3 — Pershing Rifles 1,2 — Art Club 2,3 — Rifle Club 3 — Co-op Work Record: — Home National Bank of Brockton. MELVIN BERNARD BOTSIAN 37 Bloomingdale Street Chelsea, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising " Mel " — News 2 — Student Union 2,3,4,5 — Rifle Club 4 — American Marketing Association 3,4,5 — Ad- vertising Club 3,4,5 — ROTC Rank, First Lt. — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe. jiftilk JOHN PAUL BOURGEOIS 19 Hovey Avenue Cambridge, Massachusetts Industrial Relations ■jack " — Section Representative 1,2, Society for the Advancement of Man- agement 4 (Secretary) 5 — ROTC; Band 3,4,5 — Baseball 1 — Co-op Work Record: Travelers Insurance Company — Massachusetts Assigned Risk Bureau — Raytheon Company. DONALD ARTHUR BOYCE 723 Lowell Street Peabody, Massachusetts Business Management Society for the Advancement of Man- agement 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: The Travelers Insurance Company — John C. Paige Com- pany. JOHN JOSEPH BOYLE 56 Martin Road Milton, Massachusetts Finance Insurance " Joe " — United States Army, (1953- 1955) — Full-time. BENNETT BRADFORD 82 Goden Street Belmont, Massachusetts Accounting Brad " — Boston University — Phi Beta Alpha 2,3,4 — Student Council 2 3-4 (Secretary-Treasurer) — Class Cabinet 1 — Accounting Society 2,3. 4 — Married — United States Army, (1954-1956). DAVID JOHN BRANAGAN 67 West Street Hyde Park 36, Massachusetts Accounting Dave " — Married (one girl) — Accounting Society 1,2,3,4,5 — Service Record: United States Navy, (1951-1954) — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Godfrey L. Cabot, Incorporated. [35] JOHN LEONARD BROWN 143 Cherry Street Wenham, Massachusetts Business Management " Brownie " — Military Affiliated Radio System 1,2,3,4,5 — Arme ' l Forces Communications Electronics AssociaHon 2,3,5 — Flight Training 5 — Radio Club 2,3,4,5 — Cross Country 1,2,3,4 — Huskiers 1,2 — Co-op Work Record: — Towle Manufacturing Company. WILLIAM ROGER CANNY 730 East 2nd Street South Boston, Massachusetts Mi.rketing Adr arising " Bill " — Dean ' s List 2 — American Mi ' rketinf Association — Advertising Club — Co-op Work Record; Jor- dan Marsh Company — Bost i.n Giobe. JOHN H. CARBERRY 153 Alewife Brook Parkway Somerville, Massachusetts Industrial Relations Society for the Advancement Management 4,5. WILLIAM ARTHUR CARLEZON 32 Lorraine Street Roslindale, Massachusetts Business Management " Bucky " — Basketball 2 — Baseball 1 — Class Representative — Society for the Advancement of Management — Intramural Basketball and Base- hall — Co-op Work Record: William Filenes Son — John Hancock Insurance Company. THEODORE R. CARLMARK 15 Plymouth Avenue Milton, Massachusetts Accounting " Ted " — Freshman Honor List — Intramural Basketball 2,3,5 — Intra- mural Softball 4,5 — Section Repre- sentative 1 — Co-op Work Record: Spark Mann and Company. RICHARD JAY CARLSON 302 Chestnut Street Needham, Massachusetts Business Management " Dick " - University of Vermont — Student Union — Class Representa- tive — Society for the Advancement of Management — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Raytheon Manufacturing Com- pany. VINCENT A. CAULFIELD 164 Ferncroft Road Milton, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising " Vin " — American Marketing As- sociation 3 (Vice-President) 4,5 ' — Rifle Club 1,2 — Advertising Club 3, 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe. GEORGE J. CERASUOLO, JR. 26 Dwyer Circle Medford, Massachusetts Industrial Relations Fisher Junior College — Dean ' s List 2,3 — Jazz Society 4 — Society for the Advancement of Management — United States Air Force (1952-1956). ELLIOTT IRWIN CHAPMAN 84 Westourne Terrace Brookline, Massachusetts Business Management " Chap " — Societ) ' for the Advance- ment of Management 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Filene ' s. STEPHEN ALAN CHASE Converse Road Marion, Massachusetts industrial Relations " Steve " — Sigma Society (Vice President) — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Freshman Honor List — Sear B. Condit Award — Jazz Society — Society for the Advancement of Man- agement — Student Union — United States Army (1955-1956) — Full- time. [36] LEONARD ROBERT CLIFFORD 41 Oliver Street Everett, Massachusetts Industrial Relations " Cliff " — Married (one boy) — United States Army, (1954-1956) — Full-time. RICHARD A. CLIFFORD 5C Bickford Street Boston, Massachusetts Accounting Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3 — Married (one boy) — Co-op Work Record: Macalaster Bickwell Company — Warren Institute for Savings — General Discount Corp- oration. CHARLES ARTHUR COCOTAS 10 Fidelis Way Brighton, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising Married (one boy, two girls) — Rifle Club 2 — Accounting Society 2 — Advertismg Society 2,3,4 — President of Collegiate Chapter of American Marketing Association 3,4 — General Chairman of Ninth Annual Collegiate Marketing Conference 4 — United States Navy (1954-1956) — Full- time. LOUIS R. COLOMBO 283 Ash Street Brockton, Massachusetts Industrial Relations WILLIAM CONNELLY 163 East Cottage Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Accounting Accounting Society 3. GERALD PATRICK CONNOLLY 19 Bartlett Street Avon, Massachusetts Accounting " Gerry " — Freshman Honor List — Class Representative — Band (Drum Major) — Accounting Society — United States Army (1953-1955) — Full-time, CHARLES ELBERT CORKUM 111 Miles Street Harwichport, Massachusetts Business Management " Charlie " — Student Union 3,4,5 — Society for the Advancement of Man- agement 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Cape Vineyard Electric Com- pany. JOHN DAVID CRAIG, JR. 36 Horton Place Milton, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising " Jack " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List — Sigma Society — Unit- ed States Rubber Scholarship 3,4,5; Marketing Club — Advertising Club ; Co-op Work Record: Godfrey L. Cabot, Incorporated. JOSEPH RICHARD CURRAN 345 Portland Street Cambridge, Massachusetts Accounting " Joe " — Hayden Memorial Scholar- ship 1 — Basketball 2,3,4 — Fresh- man Basketball — Rifie Club 1 — Intramural Basketball 1 — Accounting Society 2,3,4 (Secretary) 5 — Intra- mural Softball 1,2,3,4 — Silver Masque 5 — ROTC Rank, Captain — Co-op Work Record: Blanchard Lumber Company — Stebbins Stebbins. ROLF HANS CZERLINSKY 1138 Massachusetts Avenue Arlington, Massachusetts Finance Insurance Dean ' s List 2,3 — American Financt Association — Co-op Work Record Travelers Insurance Company. [37] JOHN F. DALEY 32 Hale Street Newton, Massachusetts Marketing Adi ' ertisiiig " Jack " -- Married (one girl) — United States Navy. (1951-1955) -- Co-op Work Record: IBM — Welles- ley Press — Newton School Admini- stration. JAMES FREDERICK DELANEY 109 Fairmont Street Maiden. Massachusetts Finance Insurance Dean ' s List 2 — Finance Club 3,4.5; Intramural Basketball 2,3.4,5 — Co- op Work Record: Middlesex County National Bank. WALTER J. DEMBOWSKI, JR. 50 Ashland Street Lynn, Massachusetts Industrial Relations " Walt " — Society for the Advance- ment of Management 4,5. NICHOLAS ALBERT DERANY 74 Franklin Street AUston. Massachusetts Business Management " Nick " — Society for the Advance- ment of Management 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Campbell Hailing; Sanborn Company. MARCO FRANK DESALLE Rumford, Maine Accounting Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Married (one girl) — United States Army, (1954- 1956) — Full time. FRANK DELANO DICKINSON 21 Marlton Road Waltham. Massachusetts Business Management Society for the Advancement of Man- agement 2.3,4 (Vice President) 5 — Rifle Club 1,2 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: James O. Welch Company — Star Market Company. JOHN WILLIAM DINEEN 39 Linden Park Street Boston Massachusetts Accounting Accounting Society — United States Marine Corps (1953-1956) — Full- time. ANGELO JOHN DI PIERRO 20 Worcester Place Holbrook, Massachusetts Business Managetnent " Al " — Rifle Club 1— Society for the Advancement of Management 3, 4 — Jazz Society 4 — Senior Week — Co-op Work Record; Traveler ' s Insurance Company — Brockton, Taunton Gas Company — Shawmut Woolen Mills, Incorporated. WILLIAM CARMAN DOHERTY 54 Adams Street Somerville, Massachusetts Accounting " Bill " — Secretary, Accounting Soc- iety 5 — Baseball 1 — Basketball 1, 2,3,4 — Accounting Society 3,4,5 — Intramural Softball 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: First National Stores, Incorporated. EDWARD L. DOLBY 58 Floyd Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Industrial Relations " Eddie " — Freshman Honor List — Society for the Advancement of Man- agement 3,5 — Distinguished Military Student 4,5 — ROTC Rank, Lt. Col. ; Pershing Rifles 1,2 — Rifle Club 1; Sigma Kappa Psi 1,2,3,4,5 — Armed Forces Communications Electronics Association 3,4,5 — Husky Key 3,4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 3,4,5 — Class Cabinet 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Radio Shack Corporation — Godfrey L. Cabot, Incorporated — John Han- cock Mutual Life Insurance Company. [38] JOSEPH ROBERT DONNARUMA 41 Belmont Street Somerville, Massachusetts Business fAjnagement " Joe " — Auto Club 1— Rifle Club 3 — Society for the Advancement of Management 5 — Armed Forces Communications Electronics As- sociation 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Resisto ripe and Valve Company. RONALD JAMES DONNELLY 69 Bradstreet Avenue Lowell, Massachusetts Accounting " Don " — Cross Country 1,2,3,4 — Track 1,2,3,4. HENRY MATTHEW DONLON 6 Fidelis Way Brighton, Massachusetts Industrial Relations " Hank " — Society for the Advance- ment of Management — Married, (two girls) — Service Record: — United States Air Force (1952-1956). GEORGE GERALD DONOVON 208 Spencer Avenue Chelsea, Massachusetts Business Management Deans List 2,3,4 — ROTC Rank, Captain — Co-op Work Record: John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company. THOMAS NEIL DONOVAN 93 Larch Row Wenham, Massachusetts Business Management " Tom " — Rifle Club 1,2 — Society for the Advancement of Management 2,3,4 — United States Army, (1953- 1954)— Co-op Work Record: — Sylvania Electric Products Corpora- tion. WILLIAM JAiVLES DOYLE 71 Egerton Road Arlington, Massachusetts Business Management " Bill " — Dean ' s List 4 — Dis- tinguished Military Student 5 — Society for the Advancement of Management 3,4,5 — Rifle Club 3,4, 5 — Scabbard Blade 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern University — Campbell and Hall Incorporated. ROBERT E. DRINKWATER 64 South Border Road Medford, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising Art Club 1 — Section Representative 1,2 — News 3 — Senior Week — Advertising Club 4,5 — Marketing Club 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: — Jordan Marsh Company, Buy-Vue Displays Company — Prince Maca- roni Company. RICHARD PAUL DWYER 5 Woburn Parkway Woburn, Massachusetts Business Management " Dick " — Armed Forces Communica- tions and Electronics Association 3, 4,5 (President) — Society for the Advancement of Management 3,4,5; ROTC Rank, First Lt. — Co-op Work Record: Travelers Insurance Company — Northeastern University; Sanborn Company. DAVID WARREN EASON 81 Groveland Street Haverhill, Massachusetts Business Management " Dave " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Baseball 2,3 — Married (one boy, one girl) — Co-op Work Record: — Lawrence Gas Company — Haverhill National Bank. GORDON R. EDWARDS, JR. 32 Robertson Street Quincy, Massachusetts Finance Insurance " Sid " — Investment Society 2,3,4 (Vice President) — Intramural Bask- etball 2,3 — Co-op Work Record: West W. Adams Company. [39] PHILIP EHRENBERG 479 Plumtree Road Springfield, Massachusetts Accounting " Phil " — Sigma Kappa Psi 2,3,4,5; Aeronautics Club 2 — Student Union 2 — Accounting Society 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Gerald M. Friends, Incorporated — Stephens Toy fi Gift. JAMES FREDERICK EIGNER 182 Norfolk Avenue Swampscott, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising " Jim " — Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 — Marketing Club 5 — Society for the Advancement of Management 5 — University of Massachusetts — Ad- vertising Club 4,5 — Co-op Work Record; Filene ' s — J. Barber — City of Peabody — Pet Milk Company. GEORGE HENRY EMRICH 12 Summer Street Holbrook, Massachusetts Finance Insurance Married — Dean ' s List Student 2,3,4; Freshman Honor List — American Finance Association — United States Army, (1954-1956) — Co-op ' Work Record: Sylvania Electric. ERNEST ERAMO, JR. 104 Throndike Street Cambridge, Massachusetts Accounting " Sonny " — Manicd — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Rifle Club 1 ■ — Armed Forces Com- munications Electronics Associa- tion 3 — Accounting Society 3,4,5 (Treasurer) — Co-op Work Record: Cambridge Gas Electric Light Company. HARVEY SY ERLICH 9 Sanborn Street Peabody, Massachusetts Business Management " Harv " — Rifle Club — Society for the Advancement of Management — ROTC Flight Program 5 — ROTC Rank, First Lt, — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Sylvania Electric. GERALD FRANCIS ESCOTl ' 52 Hazeiton Street Mattapan, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising Sigma Kappa Psi 2,3,4,5 (President) Marketing Club 3,4,5 — Advertising; Club 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Pilgrim Badge Label Corporation; Mel Izen Company — R. H. Stearns Company. WILLIAM JOHN FARRELL 97 Gallivan Boulevard Boston, Massachusetts Business Management " Bill " — Phi Beta Alpha 2,3 (Cor- responding Secretary) 4,5 ■ — Silver Masque 2 (Technical Manager) 3 (Production Manager) 4,5 — Alpha Psi Omega 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern University — Lumbermans Mutual Casualty Com- pany — John E. Paige Company. JOHN TEVES FERREIRA 613 County Road RED, Kingston, Massachusetts Accounting Dean ' s List 2,3 — Accounting Society 3 — Student Union 5 — Husky Ski- ers 1 — Married — Co-op Work Record: Brockton Gas Company — William Filene ' s Sons Company. RALPH DONALD FERRIGNO 278 Menlo Street Brockton, Massachusetts Business Management " Ralph " — Class Cabinet 4,5 — Senior Week Committee — United States Naval Reserve — Co-op Work Record : Sears and Roebuck Company ; Itek Corporation. DAVID HENRY FIERSTQN 224 Eastern Avepue Lynn, Massachusetts Accountin r. " Dave " — Accounting Society 3,4,5; Co-op Work Record: filene ' s Com pany — Lynn HospitaL ;. [40] RICHARD CHARLES FUCARILE 7 Surrey Circle Woburn, Massachusetts Accounting " Dick " — Bentley ' s School of Ac- counting and Finance — Married — (one girl) — United States Air Force (1948-1954) — Full-time. PHILIP ARTHUR GAITA 43 Oakland Road Brookline, Massachusetts Business Mniiiigement " Phil " — Society for the Advance- ment of Management 2,3,4,5 — Intra mural Softball 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: B. F. Goodrich Company. JAMES FRANCIS GALLAGHER 252 Garfield Avenue Hyde Park, Massachusetts Accounting " Jim " — Married (two girls) — Section Representative 2,3 — Dean ' s List 2,3 — Accounting Society — Jazz Society — United States Coast Guard (1952-1956) — Full-time. IRVING GATES 10 Griggs Road Brookline, Massachusetts Finance Insurance " Irv " — Class Board 5 — Student Council 5 — Silver Masque 2,3,4,5 — Alpha Psi Omega 5 — American Finance A ssociation 3,4,5 — Senior Week — News 4 — Co-op Work Record: Travelers Insurance Company — Newton National Bank ; Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith — Institution for Savings. ROBERT FRANCIS GAYTON 224 Arnold Road North Attleboro, Massachusetts Accounting " Bob " — Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 — Sigma Society 4,5 — Intramural Basketball 1,4,5 — Intramural Soft ball 1,3,4 — Co-op Work Record: Spark, Mann Company. JOHN SINCLAIR GERMAINE 71 Leyte Road Fitchburg, Massachusetts Industrial Relations Married (one girl)— United States Marine Corps (1952-1955) — Full- time. HARVEY NATHAN GERSIN 632 West Park Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising Ilarv " — Dean ' s List 4 — Rifle Club 1 — American Marketing As- sociation 2,3,4 — Advertising Club 3, 4 — Married — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe — Pilgrim Badge ' k Label Corporation. WALTER GLENALAN GIBSON 20 Grove Street East Weymouth, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising " Hoot " — Class Board 4 (Treasur- er) — Class Cabinet 5 — Winter Carnival 4 — Intramural Basketball and Softball 1,2 — Jazz Society 3,4; American Marketing Association 5; Co-op Work Record: Sears Roebuck Company — Quincy Patriot Ledger: Holland Barta Company. KENNETH J. GILBERT, JR. 109 Tafts Avenue Winthrop, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising " Ken " — Hus-Skiers 1,2,3,4,5 — ROTC Rank First Lt. — Cauldron 5 (Art Editor) — Senior Week — Co-op Work Record: —William Fi- lene ' s Sons Company. WALTER JOSEPH GLYNN, JR. 357 Prospect Street Norwood, Massachusetts Business Management " Mort " — Society for the Advance- ment of Management — Co-op Work Record: Stanley Works — Jordan Marsh Company — Foxboro Com- pany — Raytheon Company. [41] JOHN JOSEPH GODFREY 85 Fifth Avenue Haverhill, Massachusetts Industrial Relations Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Society for the Advancement of Management 4, (Treasurer) — Married — United States Air Force (1951-1955) — Co-op Work Record: Boston Edison Company. DAVID RICHARD GOLDBERG 1469 Beacon Street Brookhne, Massachusetts Business Management " Dave " — Freshman Basketball — Sigma Kappa Psi — Inter-fraternity Council 5 — Auto Club 1,2 — Society for the Advancement of Management 3,4 — Intramural Softball 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: National Cask- et Company — Taunton Gas Com- pany — John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company. ALVIN GERALD GOLDSMITH 77 Wetherbee Road Waltham, Massachusetts Business Management " AI " — Radio Club 1,2,3,4,5; Mili- tary Affiliated Radio System 1,2,3,4, 5 — Society for the Advancement of Management 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: The Raytheon Company — Waltham Luggage Leather Goods. ARNOLD M. GOLDSTEIN 1310 Bluehill Avenue Mattapan, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising " Amie " — Dean ' s List — Rifle Club 1 — American Marketing Associa- tion 2,3,4 — Advertising Club 3,4 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe; Godfrey L. Cabot Company. CHARLES PAUL GOURLIS 34 Campbell Street Woburn, Massachusetts Industrial Relations " Charlie " — Society for the Advance- ment of Management 3,4,5 — Ski Club 3 — Intramural Sports — Co-op Work Record: Actuator Corporation; Star Market Company. DANIEL ALFRED GRADY 20 Green Street Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts Accounting " Danny " — Accounting Society United States Army, (1954-1956) ■ Full-time. DAVID B. GREENFIELD 1750 Commonwealth Ave. Boston, Massachusetts Accounting Married — Kappa Zeta Phi, (Treas- urer) 2 — Co-op Work Record: Filene ' s. DONALD BARTLETT GREY 229 Spring Street Medford, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising " Don " — Auto Club 1,2,3,4 — Marketing Society 4,5 — Advertising Society 4,5 — Senior Week — Co-op Work Record: B. B. Chemical Com- pany. ROBERT ALFONZO GUIDA 61 Peirce Avenue Everett, Massachusetts Accounting " Bob " ■ — Bentiey School of Account- ing — Accounting Society 2,3,4,5 — Service Record: — United States Air Force ( 1952-1956) — Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Electric Products, Corporation — Provident Institution for Savings. PAUL M. HALLORAN 645 Adams Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Accounting Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3 — Society for the Advancement of Management 2,3,4 — Accounting Soc- iety 2,3,4. [42] ALBERT ESAH HAMWEY 243 North Harvard Street Allston, Massachusetts Biisiiitss Mjiidgemeit " Al " — Society for the Advancement of Management 5 — Married — Co- op Work Record: Campbell Hall Incorporated — Waltham Field Sta- tion. PATRICIA FRANCES HANNON Barton Road Stow, Massachusetts Industrial Relations " Pat " — Dean ' s List 4 — Student Un- ion 1 — Chorus 1,2 — Husky Key 2, 3,4 — Society for the Advancement of Management (Secretary 2,3,4,5); Class Board 3 (Secretary) — Co-op Work Record : — John Hancock Life Insurance — Northeastern University. ROBERT OAKE HARNETT 50 Bennett Street Waltham, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising " Bob " — Married — Advertising Society 2,3,4 — Marketing Associa- tion 2,3,4 (Vice-President) ■ — Amer- ican Marketing Association 3,4 — Jnter-collegiate Marketing Conference 4 — United States Navy (1951- 1955) —Full-time. CHARLES EDWARD HART 19 Hamilton Road Woburn, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising " Charlie " — Marketing Club 3,4,5 — Advertising Club 4,5 — ROTC Rank, First Lt. — Co-cp Work Record: Godfrey L. Cabot, Incorporated — Jordan Marsh Company — Dunn and Bradstreet, Incorporated. DONALD EDWIN HARVEY 177 Scituate Street Arlington, Massachusetts Business Management " Don " — Society for the Advance- ment of Management 2,3,4,5 — Hockey 1 — In tramural Softball 4 — Co-op Work Record: — Associated Industries of Massachusetts — San- born Company. RICHARD JOHN HARVEY 24 Drew Road Belmont, Massachusetts Business Management " Harv " — Ba.seball 2,3 — Rifle Club 1 2 — Society for the Advancement of Management 4,5 — Intramural Basketball and Softball 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: —Godfrey L, Cabot — Northeastern University — Pickard Burns. ROBERT A. HASENSTAB 45 Lynde Avenue Melrose, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising " Bob " — Marketing Club 1,2,3,4,5, (Secretary) — Advertising Club 1,2, 3,4,5 — Section Representative 2,3,4, 5 — Senior Week — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe — Batten. Barton, Durstein and Osborn. JAMES WILHIN HASLETT 17 Holly Avenue Cambridge, Massachusetts Business Administration Dean ' s List 3,4,5 — Track 1 — Foot- ball 4,5 — Husky Key 3 — Basket- ball 5 — Co-op Work Record: — Second Bank State Street — North- eastern University. JOHN BOWEN HEFFRON 47 Damon Street Danvers, Massachusetts Accounting " Jack " — Rifle Club 1 — Accounting Society 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Electric. JEROME B. HERMAN 23 Johnson Street Millbury, Massachusetts Accounting " J. B. " — Worcester Junior College; Accounting Society — United States Army, (1954-1956) — Full-time. [43] RICHARD DAVID HILLMAN 17 Rockland Street Swampscott, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising " Dick " — Married — Kappa Zeta Phi 1,2,3,4,5 (Secretary) — Alpha Psi Omega 5 — Silver Masque 3,4,5 — ROTC Rank, First Lt. — Marketing and Advertising Club 1,2,3 — Husky Hi-Liters 5 — Senior Week — Co-op Work Record: — Hurwitz Millinery; Sears Roebuck Company — J . Walter Thompson — Arnold Adver- tising. NEIL BENJAMIN HILT 71 Walker Street Cambridge, Massachusetts Finance Insurance Married (one girl) — Class Repre- sentative 1 — United States Army (1953-1955)— Co-op Work Record: Travelers Insurance Company — New England Mutual Life Insur- ance Company. DAVID LEE HOLSBERG 44 G. Street Hull, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising " Dave " — Sigma Kappa Psi 1,2,3,4, 5 — Camera Club 1 — Marketing Club 2,3,4,5 — Husky Key 2,3,4 — Advertising Club 2,3,4,5 — Married; ROTC Rank, First Lt. — Co-op Work Record: — Essex Supply Company, Incorporated. LAURENCE EDWARD HUMBER 103 Kidder Avenue Somerville, Massachusetts Industrial Relations " Larry " — Husky Key 1,2 — Society for the Advancement of Management 1,2,3,4,5 — Scabbard and Blade 4, 5 — Section Representative — Co-op Work Record: Boston Children ' s Wear Company — Home Savings Bank. ALAN GILBERT HURWITZ 34 Lawrence Street Framingham, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising " Al " — Husky Key 2,3,4,5 — Mar- keting Advertising Club 3,4,5 — Auto Club 2 — Sigma Kappa Psi 1, 2,3,4 (Secretary) 5 (Vice President) ; ROTC Rank, First Lt. — Co-op Work Record: Jordan Marsh Company — Arthur D. Little Company — Boston Globe — Batten, Barton, Durstine Osborn. DINO T. lERARDO 111 Forest Avenue Brockton, Massachusetts Business Management Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Freshman Hon- or List — Sigma Society 4 — Class Cabinet 4,5 — Senior Week Commit- tee — Society for the Advancement of Management 2,3,4 — United States Army, ( 1953-1955) — Co-op Work Record: — Boston Edison Company. ALVAN ARTHUR INNIS 8 Goodridge Street Peabody, Massachusetts Finance Insurance Finance Club — Track Team — Co- op Work Record: A. C. Lawrence Leather Company — Laurel Construc- tion Company. ROBERT ALAN JAMES 139 Grove Street Melrose, Massachusetts Accounting " Bob " — Accounting Society 4,5 — Student Unio n 1,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Five Cents Savings Bank — Cambridge Gas and Light Company. ROBERT WILLIAM JONES 134 Allen Street Braintree, Massachusetts Business Management " Mr. Insurance " — Alpha Psi Omega — Phi Beta Alpha 3,4 (Vice-President) 5 — Silver Masque 3,4 (Technical Manager) 5 (Busi- ness Manager) — Society for the Advancement of Management 1,2,3, 4 — American Finance Association 1,2,3 — Husky Hi-Liters 4,5 — Inter-fraternity Council 4,5; Mar- ried (one boy, one girl) — Uni- ted States Navy (1951-1955) — Co- op Work Record: Bureau of Business and Economics Research — North- eastern University — Blanchard Lumber Company. PAUL GEORGE JORDAN Wanamalser Road East Marshfield, Massachusetts Business Management " P.J. " — Pershing Rifles — Scabbard Blade 3,4,5 — (Military Ball Chairman) — ROTC Rank, Colonel; Co-op Work Record: New England Council for Economic Development ; Jordan Motor Sales, Incorporated — Sylvania Electric Products. [44] PAUL MARK KANDAR 129 Morse Street Watertown, Massachusetts Accounl ' ing News 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record- Dunn Engineering Associates, In- corporated — Raytheon Company. RICHARD R. KELLEHER 122 South Street Marlboro, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising Golf Team 2,4 — Intramural Basket- ball 1,2,3,4,5 — Marketing Club 5 — Married — Co-op Work Record: Sears Roebuch Company. DENNIS GRAHAM KELLY 185 Liberty Street Braintree, Massachusetts Business Management Accounting Society 2,3,4,5 (Presi- dent) — Silver Masque 3,4 — Society for the Advancement of Management 2,3,4. JOHN DANIEL KELLY 1653 Dorchester Avenue Dorchester, Massachusetts Accounting " Jack " — Freshman Sigma Award — President ' s Letter 4 — Harold A. Mock Award 4 — Dean ' s List 2,3,4, 5 — Sigma Society 4,5 (President) ■ — Accounting Society 2,3,4,5 (Vice- Pres dent) — Service Record: United States Navy (1951-1955) — Co-op ■Work Record: First National Stores, Incorporated. KEVIN PATRICK KELLY 7 Lawnwood Place Charlestown, Massachusetts Accounting Class Cabinet 2 — United States Ma- rine Corps (1954-1957) — Full- time. JOHN JOSEPH KELLY, JR. 2 1 Girard Road Stoneham, Massachusetts Management " Jack " — Intramural Softball — Soc iety for the Advancement of Manage ment — Co-op Work Record: Forbes Lithograph Company — Godfrey L. Cabot, Incorporated — Western Auto Associate Store. JAMES ROLAND KING 164 Park Street Attleboro, Massachusetts Industrial Relations " Jimmer " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Outstanding ROTC Signal Corps Cadet 3 — Scabbard Blade 4,5 — Pershing Rifles 1,2,3,4,5 — Married (one boy) — Co-op Work Record: American Sisalcraft Corporation — Foxboro Company — Attleboro Pub- lic Works Department. NORMAN STEVEN KLAYMAN 159 Essex Street Maiden, Massachusetts Finance Insurance " Norm " — Finance Club 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: John Hancock Life Insurance Company. EDWARD STANLEY KLEMENTS 818 Woburn Street Wilmington, Massachusetts Business Management " Ed " — Married — United States Air Force — Full-time. BRUCE EVANS KNISKERN 47 Bellview Heights Ashland, Massachusetts Industrial Relations Pershing Rifles 1,2 — Rifle Club 1,2, 3 — Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association 3,4,5 — Huskiers Ski Club 3,4,5 — Silver Masque 4 — Co-op Work Record: Universal Match Corporation — Lumberman ' s Mutual Casualty Com- pany — Sandborn Company. [45] RICHARD EDWARD KOZISKI 61 Silver Street Greenfield, Massachusetts Industrial Relatiotu " Dick " — Nu Epsilon Zeta 1,2,3,4, 5 — Ski Club 1,2 — Society for the Advancement of Management 2,3,4,5 ; Scabbard Blade 3,4,5. THOMAS JOSEPH LALLY 80 Pond Street Westwood, Massachusetts Business Management " Tom " — Cross Country 1 — Track 1 Rifle Club 2,4 — Society for the Ad- vancement of Management 3,5 — Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association 5 — ROTC Rank, Captain — Co-op Work Record: Waltham Screw Company — Boston Globe Company. ALBERT LAMPERT 53 Palealosos Street Peabody, Massachusetts Accounting " A " — Dean ' s List — Pershing Ri- fles — Accounting Society (Presi- dent) — Rifle Club — Co-op Work Record: Warren Bros. Company. ROBERT A. LARSON 28 Cottage Lane Weymouth, Massachusetts Business Management " Bob " — Academic Achievement Award 3 — Distinguished Military Student 5 — Hus-Skier of the Year 5 — Hus-Skiers 3,4,5 (President) — Armed Forces Communication and Electronics Association 3,4,5 — Soc- iety for the Advancement of Man- agement 3.4,5 — Rifle Club 1 — Pershing Rifles 1,2 — Section Repre- sentative 1 — ROTC Rank: Captain — Co-op Work Record: Boston Cutting Die Company. DONALD LASDEN 12 Cedar Street Everett, Massachusetts Accounting Married — Dean ' s List 1,3 — United States Army (1954-1956) — Full- time. NORMAN WILLIAM LAVOIE 1 1 Leavitt Street Salem, Massachusetts Accounting " Norm " — Dean ' s List 4 — Ac counting Society 2,3,4,5 — Armei ' Forces Communications Electronics Association — Intramural Basketball 2,3,4 — ROTC Rank, Captain — Co-op Work Record: Blue Cross Blue Shield. MARTIN LEWIS LEAFER 34 Jean Road Bryantville, Massachusetts Business Management " Marty " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 4 — ROTC Academic Achievement Leadership Award 1 — Sigma Phi Alpha 2,3 (Historian 4, 5) — Rifle Club — Society for the Advancement of Management ■ — Co- op Work Record: Chrysler Corpora- tion — Jordan Marsh Company. OMER JOSEPH LEDUC 15 Mystic Street Somerville, Massachusetts Business Management " Paul " — United States Air Force (195C-1954) — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Ford Motor Company. ANTHONY GEORGE LEMONE 36 Highland Street Woburn, Massachusetts Industrial Relations " Tony " — Intramural Basketball 1; Rifle Club 2 — ROTC Rank, Captain; Co-op Work Record: Middlesex County National Bank. MARTIN ALVIN LEVINE 408 Charles Street Bridgeport, Connecticut Business Management " Marty " — Dean ' s List 3 — Nu Ep- silon Zeta — Intra-fraternity Council 5 (Vice President) — Co-op Work Record; Norwalk Rubber Corpora- tion, Armstrong Rubber Company. [46] BRUCE LEONARD LEWIS 120 Nichols Street Everett, Massachusetts Business Management Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2 — Society for the Advance- ment of Management — Co-op Work Record: Resisto Pipe Valve Com- pany — Ford Motor Company. WILLIAM HENRY LIVEZEY lOGO Concord Turnpike Lexington, Massachusetts Industrial Relations " BiU " — United States Army (195 5- 1958) — Co-op Work Record: Fi- lene ' s. WALTER J. LOVE, JR. 55 Beaumont Street Canton, Massachusetts Industrial Relations " Jim " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2 — Student Council ? — (Secretary-Treasurer 3,4, (Vice-Presi- dent) 5 — Phi Beta Alpha 3,4,5 — Inter-fraternity Council 4 — Husky Key 2,3 — Husky Hi-Liters 4,5 — Society for the Advancement of Man- agement 2,3,4,5 — United States Air Force (1953-1957) — Co-op Work Record: Chrysler Corporation; American Biltrite Rubber Company. DONALD BARRY LUFTMAN 490 Blue Hill Avenue Roxbury, Massachusetts Accounting " Ronnie " — Dean ' s List 3 — Mar- ried (one boy) — United States Navy (1949-1953) — Co-op Work Record: Lumber Mutual Fire Insur- ance Company — Raytheon Manu- facturing Company — Personal Sportswear Company. THOMAS MICHAEL LYONS 7 Stearns Street Swampscott, Massachusetts Accounting " Mash " — Phi Beta Alpha 3,4,5 — Accounting Society 3,4,5 — Armed Forces Communications and Electron- ics Association 4,5 — Football 1,2,3, 4 — ROTC Rank, Captain — Co-op Work Record: Lynn Hospital — Travelers Insurance Company — Cannon Electric Company. ROBERT N. MACCALLUM 890 Flower Street Denver, Colorado Business Management Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 4 — Student Union 1,2,3,4,5 — De- bating Club 1,2,3 (President) 5 — Chapel Choir 2,3,4,5 — Society for the Advancement of Management 2,3, 4,5 — ROTC Rank, First LT. — Co-op Work Record: Chrysler Corp- oration — Minneapolis - Honeywell Regulator Company — Northeastern University. RODERICK B. MACDONALD 96 Allston Street Medford, Massachusetts Business Management " Rod " — Freshman Honor List ■ — Class President 5 — Baseball 2,3 — Class Representative 3 — United States Air Force (1953-1956). BRUCE ERASER MACINTOSH 1 Adams Lane Chatham, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising Section Representative 4,5 — Mar- keting and Advertising Club 1,4,5 - Senior Week — ROTC Rank, First LT. — Co-op Work Record: Cape Vineyard Electric Company. JOHN THOMAS MACK 9 Dean Street Woreston, Massachusetts Finance Insurance " Big John " — Dean ' s List 3,4 — Distinguished Military Student 4,5 — ROTC Leadership Award 1,2,3,4; Gamma Phi Kappa 1,2,3,4 (Presi- dent), 5 (Vice-President) — Co-op Work Record: Worcester County Na- tional Bank. HENRY EDWARD MAGNER 153 Pine Ridge Road West Medford, Massachusetts Business Management ' Hank " — Society for the Advance- ment of Management — Scabbard Blade — ROTC Rank, First LT. — Co-op Work Record: Hayes Pump Machinery Company — Travelers In- surance Company — Wolf Research Development Company. [47] KENNETH G. MAGNUSON 49 Ellis Street Woburn, Massachusetts Industrial Relations " Ken " — Rifle Club 4 — Society for the Advancement of Management 4,5 — Jazz Society 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern Universi- ty • — Lumbermen ' s Mutual Casualty Company — John Hancock Life In- surance Company. PETER JOHN MAINE 75 Almont Street Medford, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising Student Union 2,3 ■ — Advertising Club 2,3,4,5 — American Marketing Club 2,3,4,5 — Intra-mural Basket- ball 2 — Co-op Work Record: God- frey L. Cabot, Incorporated — Dag- gett Chocolate Company. BARBARA SCOTT MAITLAND 219 Loring Avenue Salem, Massachusetts Accounting Dean ' s List — Accounting Society 2, 3, (Secretary 4,5) — Student Un- ion 2 — Co-op Work Record: John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company. THOMAS JOHN MAJOR 22 Hillside Avenue Medford, Massachusetts Accounting Dean ' s List Student 2,3,4 — Fresh- man Honor List — Married — Uni- ted States Navy (1950-1956) — Full-time. JOHN JOSEPH MARTIN 33 Bournedale Road Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts Finance Insurance Bentley ' s School of Accounting Finance — Class Secretary 4 — Class Representative 2,3 — Class Cabinet 2,3 — American Finance Association; Society for the Advancement of Man- agement — United States Army (1953-1956) — Full-time. WILLIAM JOSEPH MCBARRON 108 Draper Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Business Management " Bill " — Society for the Advance- ment of Management 3,4 — Section Representative 1 — United States Navy (1952-1956) Full-time. ROBERT G. MCCARTHY 91 Rockwell Avenue Medford, Massachusetts Industrial Relations " Mac " — University of Alaska — United States Air Force (1950-1954). Co-op Work Record: Fay Spofford Thorndike. ANDREW J. MCDONOUGH 58 Henry Avenue Lynn, Massachusetts Finance Insurance " Panda " — American Finance Associ- ation 2,3,4 (President) 5 — Track 4 — Hus-Skiers 5 — Intramural Basketball 1,2 — Society for the the Advancement of Management 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: United Business Service — Lumbermen ' s Insurance Company — Hoffco Insurance Agency. JAMES G. MCDONOUGH 547 East Street Dedham, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising " Mac " — Marketing Club 3,4 — Advertising Club 3,4 (Vice Presi- dent) — United States Army (1955- 1957). GEORGE F. MCGINNIS 26 Bradlee Road Medford, Massachusetts Business Management Cass Representative 2 — Student Union 2,3 — Society for the Ad- vancement of Management 4 (Cor- responding Secretary), 5 (President). United States Air Force (1951-1953), Co-op Work Record: Chrysler Corp- oration — International Business Ma- chines Corporation. JOHN PAUL MCGONAGLE 87 Elm Street Charlestown, Massachusetts Fhiiiiice Insurance " Jack " — Married — Football 2, 4 — United States Navy (1952 1956). DONALD W. MCGUIRE 8 St. Grego ry Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Accounting Dean ' s List 1,4 — Accounting Soci- ety 2,3,4,5 — Armed Forces Com- munications Electronics Associa- tion 5 — Co-op Work Record: Har- ris, Kerr Forester Public Account- ants — Northeastern University — Massachusetts Instiute of Technology. RICHARD J. MCLAUGHLIN 35 Dorchester Street Quincy, Massachusetts Finance Insurance " Moggs " — Accounting Society 1,2, 3,4,5 — American Finance Associa- tion 2,3 (Treasurer) 4 (Vice-Presi- dent) 5 (President) — Married — United States Navy (1951-1955) — Co-op Work Record: Marine Midland Trust Company — New England Life Insurance Company. ROBERT J. MCLAUGHLIN 5 Western Avenue Saugus, Massachusetts Bus ' ness Management Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,4 — Sigma Phi Alpha 3,4 (Cor- responding Secretary), 5 (President); Society for the Advancement of Man- agement 2 4,5 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Travelers Insurance Company. BRUCE GERARD MCNEILL 18 Manthorne Road West Roxbury, Massachusetts Accounting Dean ' s List 2,3 — Sigma Society 5 — Rifle Club — Armed Forces Commun- ications Electronics Association — International Relations Club — Co- op Work Record: New England Council — Second Bank-State Street Trust — Charles F. Rittenhouse Company. ROGER ERNEST MICHAUD 12 Pa ' mer Street Salem, Massachusetts Accounting " Red " — Burdett College — United States Army (1953-1954) — Basket- ball — Accounting Society — Intra- mural Basketball 2,3,4,5 — Softball; Co-op Work Record: Massachusetts Hospital Service — Checker Taxi Company. HERBERT CHARLES MILLER 32 Tyler Avenue West Medford, Massachusetts Accounting " Herb " — United States Navy (1952-1954) — Co-op Work Rec- ord: International Business Machines Corporation. GARY STEPHEN MINSKY 740 Morton Street Mattapan, Massachusetts Business Management Society for the Advancement of Man- agement 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Plymouth Manufacturing Com- pany — Filene ' s — Carl Koch and Associates — Back Bay Film Labora- tory. EDWIN A. MITCHELL 25 Howe Street Boston, Massachusetts Advertising " Mitch " — ROTC Leadership Award 2,3,-i — Sigma Phi Alpha 2,3,4,5 — Pershing Rifles 1,2,3 — Scabbard Blade 3,4,5 — ROTC Rank, Major; Distmguished Military Student — Advertising Society 3,4 (Junior Vice President) 5 — American Marketing Association 4,5 — Armed Forces Communications and Electronics As- sociation 3,4 — Rifle Club 1 — Co-op Work Record: Reach, Mc- Clinton Humphrey. [49] DAVID N. MONGOVIN 92 Langley Road Newton Centre, Massachusetts Business Management " Dave " — Dean ' s List 2 — Married (one boy) — United States Navy (1951-1955) — Co-op Work Record: Jordan Marsh Company — W. H. Nichols Company. GEORGE E. MOSSE, JR. 16 Linden Road Peabody, Massachusetts Accounting Dean ' s List 3,4 — Accounting Soc- iety 4 (Treasurer) — Married ■ — ROTC Rank, First LT. — Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Electric Products Incorporated. THOMAS H. MULLANEY 280 Riverway Street Boston, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising " Tom " — Gamma Phi Kappa 1,2,3, (Secretary) 4,5 — Golf Team 3 ■ — Married (one boy) — Co-op Work Record: Dunn Bradstreet — Thom- son Thomson. F GERALD RICHARD MURPHY 8 Gellineau Street Maiden, Massachusetts Finance Insurance ' Murph " — Basketball 1,2 — Fi- nance Insurance Club 3,4 — Co- op Work Record: Chadis Knitwear; Northeastern University. ROBERT WILLIAM MURPHY 32 Moulton Street Newburyport, Massachusetts Accounting " Bob " — Intramural Sports 2,3,4,5; Accounting Society 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Towle Manufacturing Company. WARREN EDWARD MURRAY 22 Keith Street West Roxbury, Massachusetts Finance Insurance " Murr " — Distinguished Militarj Student 5 — Society for the Ad vancement of Management 4,5 — American Finance Association 3,4,5 (Treasurer) — ROTC Rank, Cap-, tain — Co-op Work Record: Eaton Howard, Incorporated. RICHARD KENNETH NELLES 40 Charlotte Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Finance Insurance " Dick " — Married — American Fi- nance Association 4,5 — American Marketing Association 3,4 — Section Representative 2 — American Man- agement Association 5 — Co-op Work Record: Pistorino Company — American Mutual. EDWARD EVERETT NELSON 184 South Street Concord, New Hampshire Marketing Advertising " Ed " — Gamma Phi Kappa 2 (Se-. retary) 5 (Treasurer) — ROTC Rank, First Lt. — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Sears Roebuck Company — Mingolla Machinery Company. LEWIS PAUL NEWBURGH 131 Mountfort Street Brookline, Massachusetts Finance Insurance " Lobster " — News 3,4 — Silver Masque 3,4 — Finance Club 2,3,4 (Vice-President) 5 (President) ■ — Co-op Work Record: Travelers In- surance Company — Merrill, Lynch Pierce, Fenner and Smith. [50] GILLETTE H. NOBLE, JR. 4 Field Road Arlington, Massachusetts Industrial ReLilioiis Society for the Advancement of Man- agement 2,3,4,5 (Secretary) — Track 1 — Co-op Work Record; Ace Elec- tronic Associates, Incorporated — Pickard and Burns Company. ROBERT RUFUS NORRIS 67 Main Street Lakeville, Massachusetts Finance Insurance Finance Club 2,3 (Treasurer), 4,5 — Society for the Advancement of Man- agement 4 — Ski Club 1 — Co-op Work Record: Acushnet Process Company. FLETCHER IRVING OAKES 12 Loris Road Danvers, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising " Fletch " — Dean ' s List 2 — Society for the Advancement of Management ; American Marketing Association — Advertising Club — Married — United States Army (1953-1956). HENRY JOHN OLIVEIRA 9 HoUis Street North Cambridge, Massachusetts Business Management " Hank " — Intramural Basketball 2, 3,4,5 — Society for the Advancement of Management 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Company — Bos- ton Globe — Transitron. JOHN MORGAN OTIS 305 Beacon Street Boston, Massachusetts Finance Insurance " Jack " — University of Maine — Society for the Advancement of Man- agement 2,3 — United States Army — Full-time. DONALD THOMAS OWEN 67 Raycroft Street Quincy, Massachusetts Industrial Relations " Don " — Dean ' s List 3,4 — Alpha Kappa Sigma 2,3,4,5 — Inter- Fraternity Council — News 1 — Yacht Club 4 — Co-op Work Record: Travelers Insurance Company. FRANK VINCENT PADELLARO 45 Brook Street Lawrence, Massachusetts Business Management Dean ' s List 1 — News 4 (Business Manager), Cauldron 5 (Business Manager), — Intramural Softball 4 — United States Navy (1951-1955) — Co-op Work Record: Chrysler Corp- oration — Raytheon Company. PASQUALE P. PAGLUCA 172 Endicott Street Boston, Massachusetts Accounting " Pat " — Burdett College — United States Air Force (1951-1935) — Co-op Work Record: Massachusetts Hospital Service — New England Mutual Life Insurance Company. RICHARD EWDARD PEOPLES Brownsville Road Windsor, Vermont Industrial Relations " Dick " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Society for the Advancement of Management 2,3,4 (President) — Senior Week — Sec- tion Representative 1 ,4 — Married — United States Navy (1951-1955). WHITMAN C. PERHAM, 2ND 1761 Beacon Street Brookline, Massachusetts Business Management " Whit " — Norwich University — Outstanding Signal Corps Cadet 4 — Outstanding Military Student 1,2,3; — Scabbard Blade 3,4,5 — Society for the Advancement of Management 2,4,5 — Jazz Society (Treasurer 2,3) — Armed Forces Communications Electronics Association 2,3,4,5 — Rifle Club 1,2,3 — Married — ROTC Rank, Colonel — Co-op Work Record: — Dennison Manufacturing Company — G.P.S. Instrument Com- pany, Incorporated. [51] PHILIP JACOB PERLES 8 Franklin Hill Avenue Dorchester, Massachusetts Business Management " Phil " _ Scabbard Blade 4,5 — Section Representative 4,5 — Society for the Advancement of Management 3 4 5 _ Senior Week — Rifle Club ' { 1 Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe — Shawmut Bank — Plimpton Press. ROBERT LOUIS PESSINI Maple Street Fayville, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising " Bob " — Baseball 1 — Advertismg Club 3 — American Marketing As- sociation 3,4,5 (Vice-President) — ROTC Flight Program — ROTC Rank, First LT. — Co-op Work Rec- ord : Sears Roebuck and Company. RICHARD WARREN PHELPS 21 Essex Street Watertown, Massachusetts Accounting " Dick " — Married (two boys) — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Freshman Hon- or List — News 1,2,3,4,5 — Scab- bard Blade — Mars — Co-op Work Record; — New England Cone Company — H. F. French — Massachusetts Institute of Tech- nology. RICHARD FRANCIS PIERCE 107 Ocean Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising " Dick " — Junior Dinner Dance — Senior Week — Advertising Society Member 3,4,5 (President) — American Marketing Association 3,4.5 (Secretary) — Armed Forces Communications and Electronics As- sociation 3,4,5 — Class Cabinet 3,4,5 — ROTC Rank, Captain — Co-op Work Record: Adams Cushing and Foster, Incorporated — Samuel Ward Manufacturing Company. WILLIAM ROBERT PITTS 188 Atlantic Street North Quincy, Massachusetts Accounting " Bill " — Accounting Society — Freshman Football Manager — Co-op Work Record: Loomis, Sayles Company, Incorporated. RALPH C. PORTER 92 Fremont Street Arlington, Massachusetts Business Management Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Sigma Society 5. JOHN QUINN 121 Albian Street Somerville, Massachusetts Industrial Relations Married — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Phi Beta Alpha 2,3,4 (Treasurer) — Student Council 2,3,4 (Presi- dent) — Society for the Advance- ment of Management — United States Army (1954-1956). DIONISIOS RAIZES 11 Leonard Street Rochester, New Hampshire Finance Insurance " Dan " — University of New Hamp- shire — United States Air Force (1951-1955) Co-op Work Record: Bryant Stratton — New Hampshire Insurance Company. WILLIAM F. REDMOND 81 Lowell Street Somerville, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising " Bill " — Bowling Club — North- eastern News 3 — Advertising Club; Marketing Club — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Filene ' s. EDWARD JOSEPH REID 69 Highfield Road Quincy, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising Rifle Club — Advertising Club — Marketing Club — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Jordan Marsh Company — J. Walter Thompson — Mason Neilan. [52] JOHN JAMES RENZULLO 11 Chatham Street Maiden, Massachusetts liiduslr ' uil Relations " Renzi " — Society for the Advance- ment of Management — Track 1 — Co-op NX ' ' ork Record: Star Market Company — Travelers Insurance Company — Maiden Knitting Mills. JOSEPH ANTHONY REPETTO 36A Adrian Street Somerville, Massachusetts Accounting ■■Joe " — Art Club 3 — Rifle Club 1, 2 — Accounting Society 3,4,5 — Armed Forces Communications Electronics Association 4,5 — Co-op ■Work Record: Boston Globe — First National Stores, Incorporated — Tandy Leather Company. NORMAN W. RESNIC 27 Irving Street Belmont, Massachusetts Business Managetnent Lovinger Memorial Award — Society for the Advancement of Management 4,5 — Kappa Zeta Phi 1,2,3,4 (Vice- President), 5 (President) — RifJe Club 1 — Co-op " Work Record: San- born Company. RICHARD BELLOWS RICE 68 Farmcrest Avenue Lexington, Massachusetts Business Management " Ricky " — Silver Masque 1,2,3,4, 5 (President) — Married — Co-op ■Work Record: R. H. Stearns — Sanborn Company. RICHARD LOUIS ROKES 1315 Commonwealth Avenue Allston, Massachusetts Business Management " Dick " — Married — Dean ' s List — Co-op " Work Record: Dennison Manufacturing Company. RICHARD ' WHEELER RILEY 43 Elm Street Lynn, Massachusetts Business Management " Dick " — Burden College — Fresh- man Honor List — Dean ' s List 2 — Society for the Advancement of Man- agement 2,3,4 (Vice-President) — Married (one girl) — United States Army (1953-1955). MILTON LOUIS ROTHMAN 240 Foster Street Brighton, Massachusetts Business Management Society for the Advancement of Man- agement — Co-op " Work Record: Jordan Marsh Company. ANTHONY FRANK ROTONDO 35 Richardson Street ■Woburn, Massachusetts Industrial Relations " Tony — Dean s List 4 — Rifle Club 2 — ROTC Rank, Major — Intramural Basketball 1 — Co-op " Work Record: Maiden Knitting Mills — Lumberman ' s Insurance — Massachusetts Assigned Risk Bureau; ■Wolf Research Development. CARL ROBERT RUSSELL 145 Spruce Street ■Watertown, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising ■■Gussie " — American Marketing As- sociation 3,4,5 — Advertising Society 3,4,5 — ROTC Rank, First LT. — Co-op " Work Record: ' Wellesley Planning Board — Star Market Com- pany. JOHN PATRICK RYAN 23 Cleveland Street Norwood, Massachusetts Industrial Relations ' Jack " — Society for the Advance- ment of Management 3,4 ■ — United States Navy (1952-1956). [53] WILLIAM LEO RYAN 47 Calthea Street Stoneham, Massachusetts Finance Insurance Dean ' s List 2,3 — Student Council 2,3,4 (President) — Finance Club — Married (one boy) — United States Army (1952-1954) — Co-op Work Record: HofF Company Insurance- ROBERT ANTHONY SALERNO 6 Homer Street Watertown, Massachusetts Marketing Insurance " Bob " — American Marketing As- sociation 3 (Secretary) 4 (Vice President) 5 (President) — Adver- tising Club 3,4,5 — Rifle Club 3 — ROTC Rank, First LT. — Co-op Work Record: Wirthmore Feeds In- corporated — Dunn Bradstreet Incorporated — Jordan Marsh Com- pany. WILLIAM SAVOSIK 111 Orange Street Chelsea, Massachusetts Accounting " Bill " — Accounting Society 3,4,5 — Basketball Manager 1 — Football Manager 3 — Basketball Manager 2, J — Co-op Work Record: Boston Insurance Company — Northeastern University. THOMAS PAUL SCARPELLO 60 Clements Street Waltham, Massachusetts Finance Insurance Society for the Advancement of Man- agement 2,3 — United States Army (1953-1956) — Full-time. DAVID CHARLES SCHAEJBE 56 Essex Street Salem, Massachusetts Finance Insurance " Dave " — Freshman Honor List — Intramural Sports — Basketball — Married — Co-op Work Record: Traveler ' s Insurance Company — John Hancock Insurance Company — Der- ran ' s Confectionery Company. NORMAN L. SELIGMAN 147 Talbot Avenue Dorchester, Massachusetts Finance Insurance " Norm " — Husky Key 3,4,5 — Rifle Club 1,2 — Sigma Kappa Psi 3,4,5 (Treasurer) — Pershing Rifles 1,2 — Finance Association 3,5 ■ — ROTC Rank, Captain — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Cambridge Gas Company — Boston Mutual Life Insurance Com- pany — John Hancock Life Insur- ance Company. CHARLES DANIEL SHORT 442 Nantasket Avenue Hull, Massachusetts Finance Insurance " Charlie " — Sigma Phi Alpha 3,4,5 — Section Representative 5 — Silver Masque 1,2,3 — Finance Club 2,3,4,5 — Hus-Skiers 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Second Bank State Street Trust Company. ROBERT FREDERICK SIMMONS 4 Melbourne Road Milton, Massachusetts Business Management " Bob " — Bowling 1 — Society for the Advancement of Management 3, 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Company. DAVID WENDELL SMITH 35 Hardy Avenue Watertown, Massachusetts Finance Insurance " Dave " — Investment Society 1,2,3 — (Treasurer 4,5) — Gamma Phi Kap- pa 1 2,3,4,5 — Inter-fraternity Coun- cil s ' - ' nEWS 2 (Librarian), (Cir- culation Manager 3,4,5) — Co-op Work Record: Traveler ' s Insurance Company — Northeastern University. PAUL EDWARD SNOONIAN 292 Jackson Street Lawrence, Massachusetts Industrial Relations " Snoon " — Co-op Work Record: Lawrence Gas Company. [54] EDWARD M. SORENSEN 68 Gleason Street Lexington, Massachusetts Business Management " Ned " — Rifle Club 2,3 — Camera Club 4 — ROTC Rank, First LT.— Co-op Work Record : B B Chemical Company — Raytheon Company. ANTHONY C. SPADORCIA 273 Paris Street East Boston, Massachusetts Industrial Relations " Tony " — Football 1 — Baseball 1— Society for the Advancement of Man- agement 4 — Huskey Key 3 — Co-op Work Record: Traveler ' s Insurance Company. RICHARD CARLTON SPITTIE 26 Estes Street Ipswich, Massachusetts Industrial Relations " Dick " — Society for the Advance- ment of Management 1,2, .3,4 — Sen- ior Week — Married — United States Navy (1951-1955) — Full- time. CHARLES MORRISON STEEVES 693 Concord Street Framingham, Massachusetts Accounting Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 — Intramural Softball 3,4 — Accounting Society 2, 3,4 — Married (one girl) — United States Army (1952-1955) ■ — Co-op Work Record: Minneapolis - Honey- well Regulator Company — Warren Brothers Company • — Fenwal In- corporated. JOHN EVERETT STONE, JR. 3 Anis Road Belmont, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising " Stretch " — Basketball 1,2,3 — Ad- vertising Club 3,4,5 — Marketing Society 3,4,5 (Treasurer) — Armed Forces Communication Electronics Association 3,4,5 — Senior Week — ROTC Rank, Captain — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe — Royal Mc- Bee Corporation. KENNETH E. STRACHMAN 14 Strathmore Road Brookline, Massachusetts Business Management " Ken " — Society for the Advance- ment of Management 2,3,4,5 — Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association — Co-op Work Record: Boston Post — Sand- born Company. STANLEY IRA STRACHMAN 9 Hampden Road Framingham, Massachusetts Accounting " Stan " — Class Representative 4,5 — Accounting Society 4,5 (Secretary) — Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association — Husky Key 1 — Student Union 2 — ROTC Rank, First LT. — Co-op Work Record: Chu Associates — Charles F. Rollins Company — North- eastern University. FREDERICK E. STROBEL 18 Holyoke Street Quincy, Massachusetts Accounting Sigma Phi Alpha 3,4,5 (Treasurer). Inter- Fraternity Council 4,5 (Secre- tary) — Accounting Society 5 — News 3,4 — Co-op Work Record: Sandborn Company. DANIEL JAMES SUGRUE 51 Turner Street Dedham, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising " Dan " — Advertising Club 4 (Treas- urer) — Marketing Club 3,4 — Husky Key 1 — United States Army (1954-1956). LEONARD NORMAN SWARTZ 38 Ransom Road Brighton, Massachusetts Accounting " Len " — Married — Dean ' s List 2, 3,4 — Sigma Society 4,5 — Kappa Zeta Phi 2,3,4 (Busar) 5 — Account- ing Society 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Blanchard Lumber Company — Northeastern University ■ — Le- vant, Kanter Kanter Company. [55] BENJAMIN ROY SWEDISH 74 Summit Street Port Washington, New York Marketing Adi ' ertising " Ben " — Married (one girl) — Ad- vertising Society 2,3,4 (Senior Vice- President), 5 (President) — Junior Prom Committee — American Mar- keting Association 2,3,4,5 — Section Representative 3,4,5 — Armed Forc- es Communications and Electronics Association 4,5 — Senior Week — Co-op Work Record: Harvard Trust Company — Reach McClinton Company, Incorporated — H. B. Humphrey, Alley Richards In- corporated. ROYAL HARVEY SWITZLER 18 Lexington Road Wellesley, Massachusetts Finance Insurance " Biff " — Football 1,2,3,4 — Base- ball 1 — Basketball 1 — American Finance Association 3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record; Boston Globe — John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Com- pany. STEPHEN TAMKIN 96 Dexter Street Milton, Massachusetts Business Management Sigma Kappa Psi 2,3,4,5 — Husky Key 1,2,3,4,5 — Society for the Ad- vancement of Management 4,5 — Co- op Work Record: Star Market Com- pany — Back Bay Film Laboratory — Tampol Beef. RONALD THOMAS TAYLOR 97 Rockwell Avenue Medford, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising " Tom " — Marketing Society 5 — Advertising Club 5 — New England Paper Trade Association Scholarship 5 — Married (two girls) — United States Air Force (1951-1955) — Co-op Work Record; Do More Office Furniture. ARTHUR R. THEVENIN 97 Winthrop Avenue Braintree, Massachusetts Accounting " Art " — Sigma Phi Alpha 2,3,4,5 — Baseball 1 — Accounting Society ■ — Co-op Work Record; Pepperell Man- ufacturing Company. WILLIAM ROBERT THYS 81 Sheridan Avenue Medford, Massachusetts Finance Insurance " Bill " — Intramural Softball 1,2,3, 4,5 — Finance Club 2,3,4,5 — Rifle Club 1 — ROTC Rank, First LT, — Co-op Work Record: Massachusetts Institute of Technology — Eaton Howard. PHILIP WALCOTT 12 Allen Road Winchester, Massachusetts Business Management " Phil " — Northeastern News 2,3, 4 — Society for the Advancement of Management 2,3 — Debating Society 1,2,3,4 (President) — Co-op Work Record: Traveler ' s Insurance Com- pany — Warren Brothers Company — Walcott Sales Service Incorporated. RICHARD LLOYD WATTS 16 Deloss Street Framington, Massachusetts Business Management " Dick " — Society for the Advance ment of Management 2 — United States Army, (1953-1955) — Co-op Work Record; Dennison Manufactur- ing Company. CARL WEBSTER 41 Eleventh Avenue Haverhill, Massachusetts Business Management Rifle Club 3,4 — Society for the Advancement of Management 4 — Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association 3,4 — Co-op Work Record; Northeastern Universi- ty — Haverhill National Bank. GEORGE LEON WEBSTER 2 Overlook Drive Wilbraham, Massachusetts Industrial Relations Dean ' s List 3,4 — ROTC Rank, First LT. — ROTC Flight Program — Co- op Work Record; Webster ' s Auto Sales — Arthur D. Little — Fuller Brush Company. [56] ALAN WOOLDRIDGE WHITE 95 Boulston Street Brookline, Massachusetts Business Management " Whitey " — Society for the Advance- ment of Management 4,5 — Hockey 1,2,3,4 — Baseball 1,2,3 — Intra- mural Softball 4 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Allied Advertising Agency — Godfrey L. Cabot, Incorporated — Northeastern University — Pichard Burns, Incorporated. STANLEY DONALD WHITE 144 Poole Circle Holbrook, Massachusetts Finance Insurance Sigma Phi Alpha 2,3,4,5 — Husky Key 1 — Finance Club 3,4,5. EDWIN HARRY WHITNEY 8 Granitsville Road Westford, Massachusetts Accounting " Ed " — Married (one boy) — Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4,5 — Sigma Soc- iety 4,5 — Accounting Society 1,2,3, 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Minne- apolis - Honeywell Regulator Com- pany — Avco Research Center. JACK WHITTIER 582 Main Street Acton Center, Massachuretts Business Management " Jack " — University of Massachu- setts — University of California — Section Representative 4 — Hockey 1 — Society for the Advancement of Management — Flying Club — Uni- ted States Army (1954-1956) — Full-time. BRUCE KLAUSNER WILLIAMS 114 Fairway Drive Boston, Massachusetts Finance Insurance Syracuse University — Co-op Work Record: Second-Bank State Street Tr ust Company — Oneida National Bank Trust Company. GEORGE WESLEY WILSON 11 Russell Street Winthrop, Massachusetts Accounting Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Sigma Society 4 (President) — Accounting Society 2, 3,4 — Senior Week — Married (two girls) — United States Coast Guard; Full-time. RICHARD THAYER YOUNG 77 Sedgwick Road West Hartford, Connecticut Marketing Advertising " Dick " — Silver Masque 1 — Adver- tising Club 4 — American Marketing Club 4 — Co-op Work Record: Holland, Barta Company — Sage- Allen Company. PAUL H. ZANIBONI 23 Sea View Street Plymouth, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising " Zanny " — Penn State College — American Marketing Society 3,4,5 — Advertising Society 3, (Secretary 4, 5) — Section Representative 1 ■ — Intramural Sports 1 — Senior Week; United States Air Force (1951-1955) Co-op Work Record: General Elec- tric Supply Corporation — National Cranberry Association — Jordan Marsh — Venus Pen and Pencil Corporation. JOHN BAPTISTA ZICCONI 40 Derby Street Somerville, Massachusetts Accounting Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Freshman Dean ' s List — Acounting Society 2,3,4,5 — Intramural Softball 3,4 — Co-op Work Record: First National Stores — C. H. Goldthwaite Company — General Discount Corporation. [57] NON-PICTORIAL HARVEY HERBERT BERMAN 32 Elm Street Cambridge, Massachusetts Finance And Insurance Student Council 4,5 — Co-op Work Record; Travelers Insurance Com- pany — Boston Herald Traveler — American Hardware Mutual Insur- ance Company. DAVID WILLIAM COURTNEY 2348 Washington Street Canton, Massachusetts Business Manageynent Franklin Technical Institute — Mar- ried — United States Navy, (1950- 1955) — Co-op Work Record: Peter Gray Corporation — Visco Machine Tool Company, Incorporated — Nucem Manufacturing Corporation. ROBERT JOSEPH FINNIGAN 46 Oliver Street Everett, Massachusetts Business Management " Lefty " — Intramural Baseball, Basketball — Society for Advance- ment of Management 3,4 — ROTC Rank, First Lt. — Co-op Work Rec- ord: — Massachusetts Institute of Technology. PAUL JOSEPH BOBRICK 10 Eustis Street Wollaston, Massachusetts Accounting Rifle Club 1 — Accounting Society 2, 3,4,5 (Vice-President) — Pershing Rifles 1,2 — Intramural Softball 2,3, 5 — Married — ROTC Rank, First Lt. — Co-op Work Record: Pepperell Manufacturing Company. PAUL FRANCIS BURKE 24 Downer Avenue Dorchester, Mas?achu;etts Industrial delations Rifle Club 1,2— Married Student Union 3,4,5 — Armed Forces Com- munications and Electronics Associa- tion 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Bemis Brothers Bag Company — Al- lied Resin Products, Incorporated. LAWRENCE J. CAMPBELL 64 Milk Street Westboro, Massachusetts Business Management " Larry " — Scabbard Blade 4 — Married (one girl) — Co-op Work Record: New England Mutual Life Insurance Company — Worcester County National Bank. PAUL JOSEPH COLETTA 18 Hummock Road North Quincy, Massachusetts Business Management Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe; Sanborn Company — Coletta Broth- WILLIAM J. CONAGHAN 6 Nevada Road Quincy, Massachusetts Marketing And Advertising Boston University — United States Navy, (1951-1955). JOHN EDWARD CONNOLLY 28 Summer Street Melrose, Massachusetts Business Management United States Army, (1954-1956). RICHARD J. CRESPI 238 Washington Street Islington, Massachusetts Business Management " Dick " — Married (one boy) — Co-op Work Record: Crespi ' s Plumb- ing — Lufekiws Real Estate — San- born Company — Do More Chair. JOHN FRANCIS DALEY 32 Hale Street Newton, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising " Jack " — Married (one boy, one girl)— United States Navy, (1951- 1955)— Co-op Work Record: — IBM Service Bureau, Incorporated — Wellesley Press, Incorporated — Newton School Administration. WILLIAM CARMAN DOHERTY 54 Adams Street Somerville, Massachusetts Accounting " Bill " — Accounting Society 3,4,5 (Secretary) — Baseball 1 — Basket- ball 1,2,3,4 — Intramural Softball 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: First National Stores, Incorporated. FRANCIS XAVIER DUNN 687 Shawsleen Street Tewksbury, Massachusetts Industrial Relations " Frank " — National Rifle Associa- tion 2,3 — Co-op Work Record; Boston Envelope Company. ROBERT C. ESTEE 53 Batchelder Road Reading, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising United States Army, (1954-1956) Full-time. THOMAS JOSEPH FAULKNER 905 Saratoga Street East Boston, Massachusetts Accounting Huskiers 1,2,3 — Jazz Society 4 (President) — Class Cabinet 4 — Senior Week 5 — Accounting Society 4,5 — Co-op Work Record; MIT Instrumentation Laboratory — God- frey L. Cabot, Incorporated. EUGENE PAUL FOLEY, JR. 32 No. Bayfield Road North Quincy, Massachusetts Business Management " Paul " — Colby College — Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4,5 — U. S. Rubber Foun- dation Grant 3,4,5 — Society for Advancement of Management 3,4,5; Sigma Society 4,5 (Secretary Treasurer) — Class Representative 4 — Co-op Work Record; Godfrey L. Cabot, Incorporated. EUGENE FRANCIS GARVEY 88 Huron Street Providence, Rhode Island Marketing Advertising " Gene " — United States Air Force, Married — Full-time. ERNEST CHARLES KAPPOTIS 27 Turner Street Salem, Massachusetts Industrial Relations " Cappy " — Massachusetts Radio School — Society for Advencement of Management 4 (Secretary) — Married (one girl) — United States Navy, (1951-1955) —Co-op Work Record: — American Biltrite Rubber Company — Sylvania Electric, In- corporated — Sanborn Incorporated. ROBERT WALLACE LEROY 28 Britton Avenue Stoughton, Massachusetts Business Management " Bob " — United States Army (1954-1956) —Full-time. ARTHUR DAVID MARLIN 385 Broadway Cambridge, Massachusetts Accounting " Doc " — University of Massachu- setts — Boston University — Boston College — Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 — American Finance Association 1,2 — Northeastern Accounting Society 2,3, 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Godfrey L. Cabot, Incorporated. [58] JOHN JOSEPH MCDERMOTT 9 Bornwood Drive Norwood, Massachusetts Accounting " Mac " — Rifle Club 1 — Intramural Softball 3,4,5 — Accounting Society 5 — Co-op Work Record; Cambridge Gas Company, Cambridge. JOHN P. MLHRPHY 6 Viola Street Milton, Massachusetts Finance Insurance Intramural Basketball — American Finance Association 4 (Treasurer) — Full-time. HERBERT FAUNCE ROWLEY 4J6 Main Street Harwich Port, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising Dean ' s List 2 — Society for Advance- ment of Management 2 — Marketing and Advertising Club 3,4 ' — United States Air Force (1952-1956) — Married (three girls). GERALD SANFORD MEISLER 69 Columbia Street Brookline, Massachusetts Accounting " Jerry " — Married — University of Massachusetts — Co-op Work Record: Massachusetts Institute of Technology — Raytheon Company. PAUL RICHARD PETERSEN 202 Edgehill Road Sharon, Massachusetts Business Management " Pete " — Married (one boy, one girl) — Co-op Work Record: Plimp- ton Press — Sylvania Electric. DONALD IRWIN SIGEL 12 Fidelis Way Brighton, Massachusetts Accounting " Don " — Married (one boy) — United States Air Force, (1951-52); Co-op Work Record: — Federal Milk Market Administration — Northeast- ern University. ERNEST RICHARD MESSINA 559 Weld Street West Roxbury, Massachusetts Industrial Relations Dean ' s List 4 — Co-op Work Record : Beacon Paint Company — New England Mutual Life. DANIEL GEORGE PETREYKO 48 Water Street Wakefield, Massachusetts Business Management United States Navy, (1952-1956). ALLAN ROBERT SMITH 146 Charles Street Torrington, Connecticut Industrial Relations " Smitty " — Married — Gamma Phi Kappa 1,2,3,4,5 (President) — Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association 3 — Co-op Work Record: — Torrington Com- pany. MYRON ALLEN METROPOLE 80 Marion Avenue Pittsfield, Massachusetts Finance Insurance " My " — Co-op Work Record: Trav- elers Insurance Company — Good- body Company. RICHARD FRANCIS PIERLE 107 Ocean Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Marketing Advertising " Dick " — Advertising Club 4 (Sec- retary), 5 (Vice President) — Am- erican Marketing Association — Armed Forces Communications Electronics Association — Co-op Work Record: — Batten, Barton, Durstine and Osborn — Adams, Cushing and Foster. KENNETH MICHAEL SOKOLL 26 Langley Road Brighton, Massachusetts Business Managetnent Dean ' s List 3,4 — Society for the Advancement of Management 2,3,4,5 ; Rifle Club 1 — Intramural Softball 2, 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: B. B. Chemical Company — Sanborn Com- pany. JOHN JOSEPH MILLER 172 Webster Street East Boston, Massachusetts Finance Insurance " Jack " — Investment Society 3,4 ■ — Class Representative 4 — Married — United States Marine Corps (1952- 1953) Army (1953 - 1956) — Full-time Student. BENJAMIN EDWARD PIKE 11 Marlboro Road Lexington, Massachusetts Business Managetnent " Ben " — Football 2,3,4 — Society for the Advancement of Management 3,4,5 — United States Army — Co-op Work Record: Godfrey L. Cabot, Incorporated — Sanborn Company — Northeastern University. PHILIP WALCOTT 12 Allen Road Winchester, Massachusetts Business Management " Jersey Joe " — Debating Society 1,2, 3,4 — Cross Country 2,3,4 (Captain).; Society for Advancement of Manage- ment 2,3,4 — News 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Travelers Insurance Company — Warren Brothers Com- pany — Walcott Sales and Service, Incorporated. JOHN EDWARD MOULTON 109 Hillside Avenue Quincy, Massachusetts Business Management " Jack " — ROTC Rifle Team — Northeastern University Rifle Club; Scabbard Blade — Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Company. WILLIAM MICHAEL REAGAN Washington Street Norwell, Massachusetts Business Managetnent " Bill " — United States Air Force, (1952-1956). [59] ELLEN NAOMI WINER 8 Brook Street Brighton, Massachusetts Accounting Married — Co-op Work Record. John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance. HIGH HONOR HONORS John Henry Proctor Joan Beverly Cook Carl Arnold Goldman Charles A. Ryan College of Education [«o] 4 : . W HAROLD ALAN CAPLAN 1601 South Main Street Brockton, Massachusetts Elementary Education " Cappy " — Married — ROTC Rank, 1st Lt. — Freshman Football — Football 2,3,4 (Captain) — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Co-op Work Record: Student teaching: — Lincoln Elemen- tary School. THERESA A. CHIACCHIA 64 South Central Avenue Wollaston, Massachusetts Elementary Education " Teri " — Alpha Psi Omega 4,5 — Omega Sigma 1,2.3 — Student Na- tional Education Association 1,2,3,4. 5 (Corresponding Secretary) — Cheerleading 2,3,4 — News 1,2 — Gamma Delta Society 4 — Silver Masque 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Natick School Department. JOSEPH J. COLLINS 314 Washington Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Social Studies Football 1,2 — Track 1,2 — Educa- tion Society 4. JOAN BEVERLY COOK 28 Douglas Road Needham, Massachusetts Education North Park College — Silver Masque 4 — Student Union 4,5 (Secretary), Co-op Work Record: — Needham High School. JAMES GORHAM DOLAN 105 Highland Avenue Watertown, Massachusetts Elementary Education " Jim " — International Relations Club 3,4 (Vice-President) — Politics Club 2,3,4 (Secretary) — History Club 4 — National Education Society 3,4 — Northeastern Peace and Dis- armament Forum 4 — United States Army, (1951-1954) — Full-time. CARL ARNOLD GOLDMAN 209 Quincy Street Boston, Massachusetts General Business Married — Dean ' s List 2,3 — Fresh- man Honor List — Education Honor Society 3,4 — Education Society — Advertising Club — United States Air Force, (1952-1956). THOMAS LEONARD HOYLE 13 Richmond Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Social Studies " Tommie " — Rifle Club 1 — History Club 3 — Society for American Mili- tary Engineers 4,5 — Education Soc- iety 1,2,3,4,5 — ROTC Rank, First Lt. — Co-op Work Record: Brain- tree Public Schools. FRANK E. JARDIN 130 Clapp Street Stoughton, Massachusetts Social Studies Football 1,2,3 — National Educa- tion Association 4. JANET ELEANOR KAY 50 Grand Street Reading, Massachusetts Elementary Education Westbrook Junior College — Silver Masque 1,2,3 — Husky Hi-Liters 4 — Omega Sigma 1,2 — Full-time. BARBARA JOAN KAYE 127 Sutherland Road Brookline, Massachusetts English Education " K " — Freshman Honor List — Sen- ior Week (Secretary) — Junior Din- ner Dance — Best Actress of the Year 3 — Silver Masque 1,2,3,4 (Secretary) — Alpha Psi Omega 3,4 — Husky Hi-Liters 4 — Cauldron 3 — Class Cabinet 3,4 — Gamma Delta 3 (Vice-President), 4 (Sen- ior Representative) — Husky Key 2 — Student Union 1 — Co-op Work Record: Brighton High School. [62] RICHARD JOHN LIBERTINE 119 South Street Marlboro, Massachusetts Social Studies " Libby " — Dean ' s List 3,4 — North- eastern Education Society 1,2,3,4,5 — International Relations Club 1,2,3,4, 5 — Hus-Skiers and Outing Club 1,2, 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: — Bos- ton Herald-Traveler — Potter Press. JAMES FRANCIS MCCARTHY 249 Boston Avenue Medford, Massachusetts Social Studies " Jim " — Student Representative 1 — Student Union 4,5 — United States Air Force ( 1951-1955) — Florida Southern University — Co-op Work Record: — Dorchester Settlement House. RICHARD JOSEPH MORSE 2306 Washington Street Holliston, Massachusetts Elementary Education " Dick " — Dean ' s List 3 — Student National Education Association, (President) 1,2,3,4 — United States Navy (1951-1955) —Full-time. BARBARA ANNE NYLUND 29 Bishop Drive Fraraingham, Massachusetts Elementary Education " Barb " — Chorus 1,2 — Silver Masque 2,3 — Chapel Choir 1 — Husky Kei ' 1. JAMES W. O ' CONNELL 214 Main Street Maynard, Massachusetts Social Studies Education Society 1,2,3,4,5. PETER T. OTIS 4430 Washington Street Roslindale, Massachusetts Biology Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association 3 — Biology Club 1,2,3 — Rifle Club 1,3. OTTO FREDERICK PERSSON 114 Garfield Avenue L ynn, Massachusetts Education C;( -op Work Record: Samuel Maga- zine Company — Dorchester House Incorporated. JOHN HENRY PROCTOR 51 School Street Natick, Massachusetts Elementary Education ■Proc " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Kappa Iota Epsilon 4,5 — Northeastern Universi- ty Education Society 1,2,3,4,5 CVice President) — Barrow ' s Scholarship 5 — Intramural Sports 1,2,3 — Mar- ried — Co-op Work Record: New lingland Home for Little Wanderers — Natick Public Schools. DANIEL JOSEPH RUGGIERO 32 Shelby Street East Boston, Massachusetts Social Studies " Dan " — Dean ' s List 4 — History Club — Politics Club — Co-op Work Record: Herald - Traveler — Boston Globe. LOUISE MAY ' WEILER 73 Stearns Road Brookline, Massachusetts Elementary Education " Louise " — Dean ' s List 2,4 — Edu- cation Society ( Secretary-Treasurer 4,5) — ■ Dance Club Award 2 — Politics Club 1,2. NON-PICTORIAL CHARLES E. BAILLARGEON 242 Center Street Bristol, Connecticut Iiidustihil Arts " Chuck " — Wentworth Institute — United States Army, (1954-1956). NANCY REGINA BOBBINS 160-06 35th Street New York, New York Elementary Education Queens College — University of Florida — Modern Dance Club 1 — Student Union 1 — Silver Masque 3 ; Chorus 4 — Full-time, EILEEN VALEDA BRESSE 151 Pelham Island Road Wayland, Massachusetts Elementary Education Dean ' s List 3 — Choral Society 1,2, 3 (President) 4 — Silver Masque 1, 2,4 — Omega Sigma 1,2 (Corres- ponding Secretary) 3,4 — Student Union 1,2 — Husky Key 1 — Co-op Work Record: Wayland School Sys- tem, JAMES ARTHUR TURNER 19 Kerwin Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Elementary Education " Jim " — Dean ' s List — Phi Alpha Theta — Politics Club — Internation- al Relations Club — Student Union; National Education Association — Married — Co-op Work Record: National Shawmut Bank — Laker Elementary School. JOSEPH PATRICK HANLON 40 Pine Street Medway, Massachusetts Social Studies " Joe " — History Club 3,4 — Politics Club 3,4 — Co-op Work Record: Pistorino Company, Incorporated. FORREST ALVIN WAITE Little River Road South Dartmouth, Massachusetts Social Studies Married — Dean Junior Academy — Dean ' s List Student 3,4 — United States Army, (1956-1958) — Co-op Work Record: Travelers Insurance; E. Anthony Sons. ROBERT B. HAWES 21 Fidelis Way Brighton, Massachusetts Industrial Arts " Bob " — Wentworth Institute — Dean ' s List 3 — Married (one boy); United States Marine Corps (1952- 1955). PAUL REVERE WELSH 83% Appleton Street Arlington, Massachusetts Social Studies United States Army, (1954-1956). [64] jf HIGH HONORS Robert Howard Cagan Robert Anthony Capobianco Nicholas Samuel Celia David Towne Ellis Arnold Jacob Gordon Robert Leong Francis Joseph Medeiros HONORS Richard Donald Anderson Anthony Philip Antonuzzi Robert Dodd Bradshaw Philip Klein Brown, Jr. Thomas Aquinas Cavanaugh James Coleman Clancy Robert Joseph Concannon Michael Anthony Eovine Thomas V. Flanagan Floyd Malcolm Galbraith, Jr. Denis Paul Galvin Edward Sherman Haynes George Edward Jannery Carl Norman Johnson George Taylor Lee Paul Le Fort Richard Madden John Charles Magri William Michael Melesky Daniel Cornelius Moynihan, Jr. Thomas S. Narekian Alan Wayne Pierce Nelson Ralph Powers Sherwin Richard Rausch Burton Resnic Paul Joseph Shea Rouben Surenian Lawrence Patrick Tormey, Jr. Douglas Raeborn White W. Robert Wysocki College of Engineering [66] CHARLES CARMELO ALBANESE 23 Winthrop Street Waltham, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Charlie " — Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 ■ — Co-op Work Record: R. H. Barnes Company. RONALD ARTHUR ALLEN 56 Margin Street Peabody, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Pershing Rifles 1,2 — Institution of Radio Engineers 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record : Sylvania ■ — Avco — CBS Electronics. RICHARD D. ANDERSON 19 Alpheus Road Roslindale, Massachusetts Chemicd Engineering " Andy " — Freshman Honor List 1 ; Deans List 2,3,4 — Tau Beta Pi 4; American Institute of Chemical En- gineers 5 (President) ■ — Distin- guished Military Student 4 — Ameri- can Institute of Chemical Engineers — American Society of Tool Makers Award 5 — Co-op Work Record: Godfrey L. Cabot — Raytheon Com- pany — Northeastern University. STEVEN ANOSTOS 110 Franklin Street Haverhill, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Service Record: United States Air Force (1951-55) — Co-op Work Record: CBS Electronics. ANTHONY P. ANTONUZZI 15 Broadway Place Somerville, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineer " Tony " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Pi Tau Sigma 4, 5 — Tau Beta Pi 4,5 (cataloguer) — American ScKiety of Mechanical En- gineers 3,4,5 — Rifle Club 3 • — Co- op Work Record: Raytheon Com- pany. EDWARD WALTER ARO 8 Boynton Street Worcester, Masachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Ed " — Dean ' s List 4,5 — Married Co-op Work Record: Riley Stoker Corp., — Raytheon Company. JOSEPH S. AUGERI 81 Osgood Street Lawrence, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Joe " — Co-op Work Record: Electronics. ARTHUR LOUIS BANDINI 26 Standish Street North Weymouth, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Art " ' — Co-op Work Record: Met- calf Eddy — Minneapolis Honey- well. STEPHEN P. BARANOWSKI 11 Oliver Road Watertown, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " The Baron " — Outstanding Mid- dler Cadet — Armed Forces Com- munications and Electronics Associa- tion, Bronze Medal 4 — ROTC Scholastic Award 2,3,4 — Armed Forces Communications and Electron- ics Association (Vice President 4,5); Radio Club 1 — Institute of Radio Engineers 4,5 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: New England Telephone Telegraph. FRANK H. BARNHILL, JR. 45 Florence Avenue Arlington, .Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Barney " — Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Town of Bel- mont Engineering Department ; Poley Abrams Corporation. [6!]] ROBERT CHARLES BAXTER Monument Avenue Centerville, Massachusetts Mechanical Engiiieering ■■Bob " — Dean ' s List 3,4 — Pi Tau Sigma 5 — American Society ot Meclianical Engineers 3,4,5 — Soc- iety for American Military Engineers 2,4,5 — Co-op ' Work Record: Re- public Aviation Corporation. NICHOLAS G. BELEZOS 185 Lake Street Brighton, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering ■■Red " — Married (four girls) — Co-op ' Work Record: Avco Research and Advanced Development. RAYMOND FREDERICK BELL 45 Dale Street ■Waltham, Massachusetts Civil Engineering Northeastern University Civil Engi- neering Society 2,3,4,5 — Hockey 1, 2,3,4 — Co-op ' Work Record: Row- land H. Earner Company. JAMES MATTHEW BELSON 22 Atlantic Street Lynn, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Jim " — Dean ' s List 3 — Radio Club 2,3,4,5 — Society of American Electrical Engineers 3,4,5 — United States Navy (1951-1955) — Married (one girl) — Co-op ' Work Record: CBS Electronics. DONALD GEORGE BENSON 31 Hastings Street " West Roxbury, Massachusetts Electrical Enginering ' Don ' — Dean s List 3,4 — Square Dance Club 1,2 — Yacht Club 1,2 — Institute of Radio Engineers 4,5 — Married — United States Army, ( 1954-1956) — Co-op -Work Record: High ' Voltage Engineering Corpora- tion — Gabriel Laboratory — Com- puter Control Company. kA RUSSELL MARTIN BENSON 950 Parker Street Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts Ci iil Engineering ■■Ben " — Married (one girl) — Northeastern University Civil Engi- neering Society 3,4,5 — Intramural Basketball 3,4,5 — Jazz Club 2 — Co-op ' Work Record: City of Newton Engineering Department. DAVID A. BERGSTROM 125 Conant Road Melrose, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering ■ ' Dave " — Ski Team 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Brown Company — Scully Signal Company — Raytheon Company. STEPHEN BERISH 21 Deborah Road Newton, Massachusetts Industrial Engineering " Steve " — Sigma Kappa Psi 1,2,3,4, (Comptroller) 5 — Class Board 2,3; Married — Co-op Work Record : Tobe Dieutchmann Corporation . — Eugene Engineering Incorporated , — Quality Steel Products Incorporated. LOUIS JOHN BERTOLAMI 18 Chisholm Street Everett, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering ' " Lou " — Choral Society 1,2,3,4, (President), 5 CVice President) — Silver Masque 1,2,3 — Chapel Choir 1,2,3,4,5 — Institute of Radio Engi- neers 4,5 — Student Union 2,3,4,5 — United States Army (1957) — Co-op Work Record: Jackson Moreland — M.I.T. Instrumentation Laboratory. THEODORE JOHN BIADASZ 20 Worth Street Worcester, Massachusetts Industrial Engineering Married (one boy) — United States Navy (1950-1954) — Co-op Work Record: Herald Machine Company. [69] RICHARD A. BINDER 9 Oak Ridge Road Medford, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering " Dick " — Tufts University — Fresh- man Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3,4, 5 ■ — Distinguished Military Student 4,5 — Class Board 2,3 — Class Cabi- net 1 — Kappa Zeta Phi 2,3,4,5 — Pershing Rifles 1,2 — American In- stitute of Chemical Engineers 2,3,4, 5- — American Chemical Society 4,5; Inter-fraternity Council 2 — Student Union 1,2,3 — ROTC Rank, Cap- tain; — Co-op Work Record: Ameri- can Viscose Corporation — Arthur D. Little — Harvard University. ROBERT E. BINDER 9 Oak Ridge Road Medford 55, Massachusetts Cheinical Engineering " Bob " — Freshman Honor List ' — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Kappa Zeta Phi 2,3,4,5 — Student Council 3 — Class Board 3 — American Chemical Society 4,5 — American Institute of Chemical Engineers 2,3,4,5 — Persh- ing Rifles 1,2 — Drill Team 2 — Inter-fraternity Council 4 — Husky Key 4,5 — Yacht Club 4,5 — Cauld- ron 5 — Co-op Work Record: Gen- eral Foods Central Research Laboratories — Walter Baker Divi- sion of General Foods — Harvard University. ROBERT FRANK BLAHA 251-16 43 Avenue Little Neck, New York Electrical Engineering " Tubby " — Freshman Honor List 1; Senior Week — Eta Kappa Nu 5 — Beta Gamma Epsilon 2,3,4 (Presi- dent), 5 — Inter-fraternity Council President 5 — Institute of Radio Engineers 3,4,5 — Class Representa- tive 5 — Co-op Work Record : Re- public Aviation Corporation. CORDELL HENRY BLEILER 36 Manning Street Roslindale, Massachusetts Engineering Management " Dell " — Married — Silver Masque 2,3,4,5 — Society for the Advance- ment of Management 2,3,4,5 ■ — Huskey HiLiters 5 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon — W. H. Nichols Barnstead. GEORGE P. BOYD 24 Kendall Street South Attleboro, Mass. Electrical Engineering American Institute of Chemical En- gineers 1,2,3,4,5 — Intramural Basketball 1,2,3,4,5. ROBERT DODD BRADSHAW 10 Rock View Road Milton, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Bob " — Dean ' s List 4 — Eta Kap- pa Nu 4 — Outstanding Junior Electrical Engineering Award — Beta Gamma EpsUon 1,2,3,4,5 — Institute of Radio Engineers 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: General Radio Com- pany. JOHN K. BRADSTREET, JR. 25 Pleasant Street Ashland, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Ken " — Married (2 girls) — Unit- ed States Air Force (1951-54) — Co-op Work Record: Edgerton, Ger- meshausen Grier, Incorporated. COURTNEY WARREN BROWN 42 Northey Street Salem, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Brownie " — University of Massa- chusetts — Dean ' s List 3,4 — Mar- ried (one boy, one girl)- — Co-op Work Record: Thomson Electric Welder Company — Sylvania Elec- tric. PHILIP KLEIN BROWN, JR. 31 Grove Street Boston, Massachusetts Electrical Enginering " Phil " — Married — Dean ' s List — Eta Kappa Nu — Tau Beta Pi • — United States Air Force (1950-1954) Harvard University (1949-50) — Co-op Work Record: Military Products Division of American Standard. RICHARD BYRNE 7 Brierwood Lane Norwood, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Dick " — Boston University — Insti- tute of Radio Engineers — Co-op Work Record: Norwood Municipal Light Department — Raytheon. [70] CHARLES A. CABRAL, JR. 63 Adams Street New Bedford, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Charlie " — Institute of Radio Engi neers 4,5 — Married (one son) — United States Army (1952-54) — Co-op Work Record: United States Navy - Underwater Sound Labora tory — Cornell-Dubilier Electric Cor- poration — Raytheon Company. ROBERT HOWARD CAGAN 6 Home Street Salem, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering " Bob " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,i.4,5 — Tau Beta Pi 4.5 (Vice President) — Sears B. Condit Award 5 — Class Board 1 — Student Council 2,3,4 — American Chemical Society 4,5 — American In- stitute of Chemical Engineers 2,3,4, 5 — Co-op Work Record : Sylvania Electric Producers, Incorporated. JAMES FRANCIS CAGNEY Reading Avenue Yardley, Pennsylvania Electrical Engineering " Jim " — Rensselaer Polytechnic In- stitute — American Institute of Elec- trical Engineers — Married — Co-op Work Record: United Steel Corpora- CAROLE MARIE CALNAN 652 Columbia Road Dorchester, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Radio Club 2 — Institute of Radio Engineers 2,3,4,5 — Society of Wom- en Engineers 1,2,3,4,5 — Omega Sigma 1,2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Raytheon Manufacturing Com- pany — Sylvania Electric Products Company. ROBERT A. CAPOBIANCO 32 Hull Street Boston 13, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Bob " — Tau Beta Pi (President 4, 5) — Eta Kappa Nu (Treasurer 4, 5) — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Freshman Honor List — Husky Hi-Liters 4,5 — Class Representative 3,4,5 — Ameri- can Institute of Electrical ling.nters; Institute of Radio Engineers 2,3,4,5, (Recording Secretary) — Co-op Work Record: General Rjdio Com- pany — Hermes Electronics Com- pany. GERALD RAY CARLSON 546 Summer Street Brockton, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Gerry " — United States Army (1953-55) —Co-op Work Record: Charles T. Main, Incorporated. LEE FRANCIS CARROLL Mechanic Street Bethel, Maine Electrical Engineering American Institute for Electrical En- gineers — Married — Co-op Work Record: Van Telephone and Tele graph Company — Friser Paper Ltd. LEROY JOHN CARTER 11 English Street Salem, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Roy " — Co-op Work Record: ( non Electric Company. PAUL STONE CASEY 40 Evergreen Street Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Casey " — Married (two girls) — Northeastern University Civil En- gineering Society 2,3,4,5 (Treasur- er); United States Army (1953-56) — Co-op Work Record: A. C. Peters — Bradford Sanetz Associ- ate Incorporated. ROBERT FRANCIS CASEY 20 Gorham Road Belmont, Massachusetts Civil Engineering ■ Bob " — Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society 1,2,3,4,5 — Intramural Basketball 2 — Softball 2,3,4 — Sik Club 5 — Co-op Work Record: Town of Belmont — Brask Engineering Company. [71] RONALD ALEX CATON 254 Sunrise Terrace Bridgeport, Connecticut Civil Engineering " Ronnie " — Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 — Alpha Kappa Sigma 1,2,3,4,5 — Co- op Work Record: Connecticut Highway Department. ALFID CAVALLARO 187 Saratoga Street Lawrence, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineer " A " — American Society of Me- chanical Engineers 5 — United States Air Force (1950-1954) — Co-op Work Record: Cambridge Corporation — Harvard University; Pulp and Paper Research Center. ANTHONY J. CAVALLARO 74 Newbury Street Lawrence, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Tony " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3 — Student Representa- tive 4,5 — American Institute of Electrical Engineers 3,4 — Married; Co-op Work Record: CBS Hytron — General Radio Company. DENNIS G. CAVANAUGH 25 Commonwealth Avenue Gloucester, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Little Man " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List — Outstanding Freshman Cadet — Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society 2,3, (Secretary 4,5) — Society of American Military Engineers 2 — Orchestra 2 — Co-op Work Record: Town of Ipswich — Town of Swampscott. THOMAS A. CAVANAUGH 103 Colberg Avenue Roslindale, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering " Cav " — Tau Beta Pi 4,5 — Fresh- man Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3,4, 5 — Outstanding Signal Corps Ca- det 4 — Track 1,2,3,4 (Alumni Award) — Student Council 4,5 — Section Representative 1 — Rifle Club 1 — American Institute of Chemical Engineers 1,2,3,4,5 ' — Scab- bard Blade 3,4,5 — Student Union; 3 — ROTC Rank, Colonel — ROTC Academic and Leadership Awards 1,2,3,4,5 —Co-op Work Record; Arthur D. Little — Northeastern University. NICHOLAS S. CELIA 15 Keene Street Brockton, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineer " Nick " — Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4,5 — Tau Beta Pi 3,4,5 — Pi Tau Sigma 3,4,5 — American Society of Mechan- ical Engineers 4,5 — Rifle Club 1,3; Sanborn Award 5 — Class Cabinet 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: General Electric Company. JACK CHARSHOODIAN 72 Dexter Avenue Watertown, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Jack " — United States Air Force (1950-1954)— Co-op Work Record: W. O. White Sons, Incorporated. LEWIS FREEMAN CLARK, JR. 24 Leland Drive Northboro, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Lew " — Co-op Work Record: Fen- wal Incorporated. ROGER WILLIAM CLARK 154 Pearl Street Cambridge, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Clarkie " — American Institute for Electrical Engineers 5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Edison Com- pany. JOHN JOSEPH COCHRANE 29 George Road Quincy, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Jack " — Vice President Senior Class — Beta Gamma Epsilon 2,3,4, 5 (Secretary) — Huskey Key 2,3,4, 5 (President) — Northeastern Uni- versity Civil Engineering Society 2, 3,4,5 — Junior Prom Committee — Senior Week Committee — ROTC Rank, Captain — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Camp Dresser McKey. [72] GERALD COHEN 374 Shriley Street Winthrop, Massachusetts Electrical Eiighieeintg " Jerry " — Institute of Radio Engi- neers — United States Army (1952- 1954) — Co-op Work Record: An- drew Alford Company. RAYMOND C. COLEMAN 44 Walnut Street Hudson, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Ray " — American Society of Me- chanical Engineers 3,4,5 — Service Record: United States Navy (1951- 195 5)— Co-op Work Record: La- Pointe Machinery Company — Riley S:oker Corporation. JAMES COLLINS Foster Road Hyannis, Massachusetts Cii ' il Engineering " Jim " — American and Boston Socie- ties of Civil Engineers 4 (President) ; Co-op Work Record: Barnes Engi- neering Company. RAYMOND W. COMEAU 91 Leland Street Framingham, Massachusetts " Ray " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Ameri- can Society of Mechanical Engineers 3,4,5 — Pi Tau Sigma 4,5 — Married (one boy, one girl) — United States Army (1947-1950) — Co-op Work Record: Minneapolis Honeywell — Chrysler Corporation — Artisan Metal Products — Infrared Industries Incorporated. ROBERT J. CONCANNON 197 Darnell Avenue Roslindale, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Bob " — Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4,, Eta Kappa NU 4 — Tau Beta Pi 4; American Institute of Electrical Engi- neers 4.5 (Vice-Chairman) — Stu- dent Council 4.5 — Rifle Club 4,5 — Married (one girl) — United States Navy (1951-1955) — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Manufacturing Company. PATRICK WALTER COOKE Curtis Street Hinsdale, Massachusetts Industrial Engineering " Pat " — American Institute of In- dustrial Engineers 3,4,5 — Student Union 4,5 — ROTC Rank, First Lt.; Co-op Work Record: Sprague Elec- tric Company. RICHARD LEROY COPELAND 66 Elm Street Medford, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Dick " — Society of American Mili- tary Engineers 4,5 (Secretary); Jun- ior Dinner Dance Committee — Am- erican Society of Mechanical Engi- neers — Senior Week Committee — Scabbard Blade — ROTC Flight Training Program — Distinguished Military Student — Co-op Work Rec- ord: American Biltrite Rubber Com- pany — Nevi ' England Materials Laboratory. DAVID ANDREW CORCORAN 57 Packard Avenue Somerville, Massachusetts Cii ' il Engineering " Henry " — Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 — • Intramural Basketball 3,4 — Co-op Work Record: Liberty Mutual. WILLIAM JOSEPH COSSART 24 Hamilton Avenue North Quincy, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering " Bill " — Dean ' s List 3 — Section Representative 3 — Scabbard Blade 4,5 — American Institute of Chemi- cal Engineers 2,3,4,5 — Class Repre- sentative 4,5 — Student Union 2 — ROTC Rank, Captain — Co-op Work Record: Howe French, Incorporat- ed — Bethlehem Steel. LOUIS PHILIP COSTA 97 Hewlett Street Roslindale, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Lou " — Distinguished Military Student — Winner of AIEE-IRE Student Technical Paper Contest 4; Sigma Phi Alpha 3,4,5 — Armed Forces Communications and Electron- ics Association — Pershing Rifles 1, 2.3 — Random Noise 5 (Editor) — Northeastern News — Scabbard Blade 3,4,5 — American Institute of Electrical Engineers — Institute of Radio Engineers 4,5 — Senior Week; NU Writer — Co-op Work Record: AVCO Corporation — Electronics Research Laboratory. [73] ROBERT JOHN COVINO 83 Pearl Street Everett, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Vice President of Junior Class — President Senior Class — Dean ' s List 4 — Scabbard Blade 3,4,5 — Institute of Radio Engineers 3,4,5 ; Armed Forces Communications — Electronic Association 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Avco. LEO FRANCIS COX 51 Manthorne Road West Roxbury, Massachusetts Civil Engineering Northeastern University Civil Engi- neering Society 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: United States Geological Survey. EDWARD FRANCIS CROSBY 749 Saratoga Street East Boston, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Ed " —Dean ' s List 2 — Rifle Club 1,4 — Institute of Radio Engineers 2, 3,4,5 — Section Representative 5 — " Random Noise " (Editor 5); ROTC Rank, Captain — Co-op Work Rec- ord: New England ' Telephone Telegraph, BARTHOLOMEW CULLINANE 27 Waterford Street Lynn, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Bart " — Society of American Mili- tary Engineers 3,4,5 — Rifle Club 1; American Society of Mechanical En- gineers 4,5 — ROTC Rank, First Lt. — Co-op Work Record: American Biltrite Rubber Company • — Brown Company — Sylvania — Tru-Con- nector. GEORGE ALAN CUSHMAN 6 Deepwater Street Winthrop, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Buddy " — Co-op Work Record: Anderson Engineering Company. FRANKLIN BENJAMIN DAVIS 139 University Road Brookline, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Frank " — Kappa Zeta Phi 2,3,4,5 (Secretary) — Inter-fraternity Coun- cil 2,3,4,5 (Secretary) — Northeast- ern University Civil Engineering Soc- iety 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Whitman Howard Engineers ■ — Boston Naval Shipyard. ROBERT FRANCIS DAVIS 58 Oak Pond Avenue Millbury, Massachusetts Electronics Franklin Technical Institute — Dean ' s List 2 — Eta Kappa Nu 4; Married — United States Air Force ( 1951-1955) — Co-op Work Record: Fenwal Incorporated. FARES GEORGE DEBAN 1863 Commonwealth Avenue Brighton, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Sam " — Dean " s List 2,3 — Co-op Work Record: Harry Feldman Engi- neering Company — Watertown Ar- senal Laboratories. ROGER JAMES DENHOLM 1 8 Eastman Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Industrial Enginering " " Student " " — NEWS 3 — American Institute of Industrial Engineers (Secretary 3,4) — Section Represen- tative 1 — United States Army (1957) — Co-op Work Record: North American Packing Corpora- tion; — Boston Gas Company — Eu- gene Engineering Company. ROBERT JOHN DEROSA 15 Pearson Avenue Somerville, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Bob " — Married (one girl) — Co- Work Record: CBS Electronics. [74] RICHARD L. DESILETS 251 Castle Street Geneva, New York Electrical Engineering l ' " reshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Rifle Club 2 — Institute of Radio Engineers 3,4 — Eta Kappa NU 4 — Co-op Work Record: Syl- vania Electric. mMd SALVATORE V. DEVELLIS 46 Garrison Avenue SomerviUe, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Sal " — Dean ' s List 5 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Company. FRANK DICESARE 18 Deldorf Street Quincy, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Gig " — Sigma Phi Alpha 2,3,4,5; Pershing Rifles 1,2 — Co-op Work Record: M.I.T. ALFRED W. DIMARZIO 718 Truman Highway Hyde Park, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Al " — Radio Club 1,2,3 — Student Union 2,3 — Institute of Radio En- gineers 4,5 — Sigma Phi Alpha 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: American Ma- chine Foundry — Raytheon Manu- facturing Company. LUCO ROCCO DINANNO 9 Alfred Street Everett, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering Dean ' s List 3,4 — Pi Tau Sigma 4,5; Society of American Military Engi- neers 3,4,5 — American Society of Mechanical Engineers 2,3,4,5 — Sec- tion Representative 4 — Co-op Work Record: Commercial Filters Corpora- tion. EUGENE J. DOBZELECKl, JR. 11 Bentley Street Salem, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering " Gene " — Sigma Phi Alpha 2,3,4,5 (Recording Secretary) — Scabbard Blade 4,5 — Pershing Rifles 1,2,3 (Warrant Oflicer) — American Insti tute of Chemical Engineers 2,3,4,5 Armed Forces Communication Elec tronic Association 3,4,5 — Class Cabinet 2,3,4,5 — ROTC Rank, Cap tain — Co-op Work Record: Mon santo Chemical Company — General Foods Research Center. EDWARD J. DOCKHAM 1 1 Stockton Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineer " Doc " — IDLER 5 (Managing Edi- tor) — Married (one boy, one girl) ; United States Navy (1951-1955) — Co-op Work Record: Mystic Valley Gas Company — Charles T. Main, Engineers. PAUL RICHARD DOHERTY 46 Mt. Pleasant Street Woburn, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering Married — Dean ' s List 2,5 — United States Navy (1952-1954) — Co-op Work Record: Trans-Sonics, In- corporated. ROBERT JOSEPH DOHENY 5 Barrows Street AUston, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Bob " — Married (one girl) Dean ' s List 3 — Northeastern University Civil Engineers Society — United States Air Force (1951-1955) —Co- op Work Record: Thomas Murphy Company. JAMES GERARD DOLAN 67 Ronald Road Arlington, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Jim " — Dean ' s List 4 — United States Coast Guard (1951-1954) — Co-op Work Record: National Com- pany Incorporated — U. S. Army Corps of Engineers. [75] FREDERICK JOSEPH DONNE 331 Huntington Avenue Boston, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering Married (one girl) — American In- stitute of Chemical Engineers 2,3,4,5 ; American Chemical Society 2 ■ — United States Navy (1951-1955) — Co-op Work Record: Massachusetts Institute of Technology — Blane Plastics Corporation — Mystic Valley Gas Company. JAMES EDWARD DONNELLY 122 Glendale Street Everett, Massachusetts Engineering Co-op Work Record: — General Electric — Vacuum Specialty — Transi- tron Electric. JAMES FRANCIS DONOHUE 244 Chestnut Avenue Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Jim " — International Radio Elec- tronics — Married — United States Navy (1951-1954) — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Company. THOMAS FRANCIS DOUCETTE 39 Ramsdell Avenue Roslindale, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Tom " — Scabbard Blade 4,5 — Northeastern University Civil Engi- neering Society 2,3,4,5 — Intramural Softball 2,3,4 — Auto Club 1,2; Co- op Work Record: Whitman How- ard. DAVID ANDREW DRESELLY 89 Gould Street Wakefield, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Dave " — Married — American Soc- iety of Mechanical Engineers 4,5 — Track 1,2 — United States Army ( 1954-1956) — Co-op Work Record: Tungsol Electric — Calidyne Com- pany, Incorporated — AVCO R.A.D. FREDERICK JOSEPH DUNNE 331 Huntington Avenue Boston, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering " Fred " — Married (one girl) — Am- erican Institute of Chemical Engi- neers 2,3,4,5 — American Chemical Society 2 — United States Army (1951-1955)— Co-op Work Record: Massachusetts Institute of Technolo- gy — Blane Plastics Corporation — Mystic Valley Gas Company. THOMAS HUGH DURAN 55 Story Avenue Beverly, Massachusetts Industrial Engineering " Tom " — American Institute of Industrial Engineers 2,3,4,5 — Mar- ried (two boys) — United States Air Force (1950-1954) — Co-op Work Record: CBS Electronics. RICHARD P. EACOBACCI 36 Carroll Street East Weymouth, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Echo " — Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 — Intramural Basketball 4 — Co-op Work Record: Metcalf Eddy. KENNETH D. ECKSTROM 204 River Street West Bridgewater, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Ken " — Married (one girl) — Wentworth Institute — Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 — United States Air Force ( 1952-1956) — Co-op Work Record: C. J. Kray, Engineer — Metcalf Eddy, Engineers. THOMAS EDWARD ECKSTROM 3 Lowell Street Brockton, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Tom " — Freshman Honor List 1; ROTC Leadership Award 4 — Hus-Skiers 1,2,3,4 (Secretary) 5, (Vice President) — American Society of Mechanical Engineers 3,4 (Treas- urer) 5 — Pi Tau Sigma 4,5 — Mili- tary Affiliated Radio System 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: General Elec- tric. [76] GEORGE E. EDDLESTON 240 O ' Neil Road Somerset, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Nu Epsilon Zeta 2,3,4 (Grand Chancellor) 5 (President) — Inter- fraternity Council 3 — United States Army (1952-1954) — Co-op Work Record: Defense Department. RICHARD HILL EDGAR 196 White Street Belmont, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Dick " — American Institute of Electrical Engineers 4 (Secretary) — Married — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Company. LUDWIG JOHN EICHINGER 116 Brooks Street West Medford, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Ike " — Married (three boys) — Dean ' s List — Class Board 1 — United States Air Force (1951-1955) American Institute of Electrical Radio Engineers — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Massachusetts Institute of Technology. DAVID TOWNE ELLIS 62 Neillian Street Bedford, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Dave " — Married — Wentworth Institute — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Tau Beta Pi — Eta Kappa Nu — Co-op Work Record: Interna- tional Business Machine. JOHN MICHAEL ELWELL, JR. 120 Powder House Boulevard Somerville, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Co-op Work Record: Simplex Wire Cable Company — Bendix Radio Company. MICHAEL ANTHONY EOVINE 97 Puritan Road Somerville 45, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Mike " — Dean ' s List 1,2,3, — Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 — Institution of Radio Engineers 4,5 — United States Air Force (1951-1955) — Co-op Work Record: Dunn Engineering Associa- tion — Chu Association. PAUL JOSEPH FANTONI 5 Little Tree Lane Framingham, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Slug " — Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 — Intramural Basketball 1,2,3,4,5 — Co- op Work Record: Town of Framing- ham — M M Engineering Service. GERALD A. PARIS 977 Slade Street Fall River, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Jerry " — Scabbard Blade 4 — (Sabre Team) — Pershing Rifles 1,2, 3,4,5 — Society of American Military Engineers 5 — ROTC Rank, Lt. Colonel — Co-op Work Record: Fall River Gas Company. RICHARD T. FARQUHARSON 21 Fiske Street Waltham, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Dick " — Dean ' s List — Section Representative 5 — Class Board 5 • — United States Navy (1951-1954) — Co-op Work Record: Warren Mirick Land Surveyor — United States Army Corps of Engineers. THOMAS MICHAEL FEENEY 12 5 Williams Street Jamaica Plain 30, .Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Tom " — Northea-tern University Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4 — Co-op Work Record: H. F. Bryant Son, Incorporated — Town of Lexington. [77] ALBERT GORDON FEHRM 33 Roseberry Road Mattapan, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Al " — Section Representative 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Ford Motor Detroit — Symmons Engineering. BENJAMIN JOSEPH FEHAN 14 Lalield Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Ben " — Dean ' s List 3,4 — Section Representative 3 — Pershing Rifles 1, 2 — Intramural Basketball 2,3,4 — Northeastern University Civil Engi- neering Society 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Whitman Howard Engineering Incorporated. FREDERICK DONALD FIELD JR. Lakeside Trailer Park Billerica, Massachusetts Industrial Engineering " Don " — Married — American Insti- tute of Electrical Engineers 5 — Co- op Work Record: Worthington Corporation — Minneapolis - Honey- well Regulator Company. ELLIOT M. FIENBERG 27 Larchmont Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Company. RICHARD JOSEPH FINNICK 59 Gordan Terrace Belmont, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering " Dick " — Married (two girls) — University of Maine — American In- stitute of Chemical Engineering 3 (Secretary-Treasurer), 4 (Vice Presi- dent) — United States Army (1952- 1955) — Co-op Work Record: Massachusetts State Testing Lab — Atlantic Gelatin. ROBERT PETER FISCHER 189 Main Street Walpole, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Bob " — Rifle Club 1 — Military Affiliated Radio System 4,5 — Radio Club 1,3 — Section Representative 2, 3 — Class Representative 2,3,4 — American Institute of Electrical Engi- neers 2,3,4 (Vice Chairman), 5 (Chairman) — Co-op Work Record. Raytheon Manufacturing Company — Minneapolis - Honeywell Regulator Company. WILLIAM JAMES FISK, JR. - M W. River Street Orange, Mass. Industrial Engineering " Frisky Fisky " — Married — Shef- field Scholarship 1 — Phi Gamma Pi 1,2,3,4 (House Manager - Vice President), 5 — Intramural Basket- ball 2,3,4,5 — Dance Band 1— Co- op Work Record: Threadwell Tap Die Company. WILLIAM PATRICK FLAHERTY 595 E. Seventh Street South Boston, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Co-op Work Record: W. O. White Sons. THOMAS V. FLANNAGAN 58 Woods Avenue Somerville, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Tau Beta Pi 4, 5 — Institute of Radio Engineers 4, 5 — United States Air Force (1951- 1955) — Co-op Work Record- Baldwin-Lima — Hamilton Micro- wave Association. JOHN JOSEPH FLYNN, JR. 208 Central Street Saxonville, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering " Bucko — Co-op Work Record: Bird Sons — Raytheon Manufactur- ing Company. [78] WILLIAM GREGORY FOLEY 34 Rexharae Street Roslindale, Massachusetts Engineering " Bill " — Married (one boy) — United States Army (1953-1955) — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Company; Bethlehem Steel. STANLEY FRANKENSTEIN 18 Bentty Street Canton, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Frank " — American Society for Mechanical Engineers 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Tileston HoUings- worth Paper Company — Lab for Electronics. MAURICE H. FRIEDBERG 377 Pleasant Street Milton, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Moe " — Dean ' s List 4 — Rifle Club 1,2 — Hot Rod Club 1 — Military Affiliated Radio System 4 — Ameri- can Society of Mechanical Engineers 3,4,5 — Married — ROTC Rank, Major — Co-op Work Record: Ray- theon Company. DANIEL GABRIELLI 18 Sohier Road Beverly, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Dan " — Dean ' s List 2,4 — Pi Tau Sigma 4,5 — Band 2 — Co-op Work Record: Monsanto Chemical Com- pany — CBS Electronics. LOUIS R. GAGNON 50 Drew Road Belmont, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Lou " — Sigma Phi Alpha 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: ' W ' aiter Baker Company. M CHARLES EVERETT GALANIE 57 Columbus Street Chelsea, Massachusetts Cu ' il Engineering " Joe " — Married (one boy) — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 4,5 — Chorus 1 — Silver Masque 2,3 — Hockey 1 — Cheerleading 2,3 — Northeastern University Civil En- gineering Society 2,3,4,5 — Student Council 2,3,4,5 — United States Army (1953-1955) — Co-op Work Record: Fay Spofford Thorndike, Incorporated — D. L. Galanie Com- pany. DENIS P. GALVIN 44 N. Street South Boston, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — American Socie- ty of Mechanical Engineers 1,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: General Alloys Company. SALVATORE A. GANINO 30 Scribner Avenue South Norwalk, Connecticut Inctustrial Engineering " Sal " — Pershing Rifles 1,2,3 — Society for the Advancement of Military Engineers 4 (Secretary) 5 — Co-op Work Record: Arm- strong-Norwalk Rubber Corpora- tion; Armstrong Rubber Company. DAVID GEORGE GARDNER 17 Walnut Avenue Beverly, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Dave " — United States Army (1955-1957) —Co-op Work Rec- ord: City of Beverly — Town of Banvers — Fletcher Construction Company. FRANK CLAUDE GELINAS 55 French Street Methuen, Massachusetts Ciril Engineering Northeastern University Civil Engi- neering Society 2,3,4,5 ■ — Co-op Work Record: Charles E. Cyr. [79] ROBERT JAMES GERBER 10 Pope Hill Road Milton, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Bob " — Armed Forces Communica- tions Electronics Association 2,3 — Institute of Radio Engineers 2,3,4,5; American Institute of Electrical Engi- neers 2,3,4,5 — Married — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern Univers- ity. ROSARIO P. GIAMMANCO 11 Washington Square Gloucester, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering ■■Ross " — Dean s List 2,3,4,5 — Pi Tau Sigma 4,5 (Vice-President) — American Society of Mechanical En- gineers 2,3,4,5 — Married — Service Record: United States Navy (1951- 1955) — Co-op " Work Record: Allied Research Associates Incorporated. ARTHUR R. GIAQUINTA 24 Forrest Street Winthrop, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Gia " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Pi Tau Sigma 4,5 (Corresponding Secre- tary) ; Football 1 — Track 1,2 — American Society of Mechanical Engi- neers 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Manton Gaulin Manufacturing Com- pany, Incorporated. DONALD C. GIBB 67 Ossipee Road Somerville, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Don " — Beta Gamma Epsilon Al- umni Scholastic Award 3 — Beta Gamma Epsilon 2,3,4,5 — Am- erican Society of Mechanical Engi- neers 2,3,4,5 — Married (one girl); Co-op Work Record: Lawson Ma- chine and Tool Company — Allcraft Mfg., Company, Incorporated. RONALD ALBERT GILROY 24 Beecher Street Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Ronnie " — Class President 1,2,3 — Student Most Active in Promoting Social Activities Award 2 — Phi Beta Alpha 4,5 — Husky Key 1,2,3, 4 (Vice President) — Silver Masque 2, 3 — Hi-Liters 4 — Chairman Junior Dinner Dance 4 — Chairman Sopho- more Middler Prom 2,3 — Institute of Radio and Electronics 5 — Co-op Work Record: Jackson Moreland Company, Incorporated — Wolfe Research Development. JOSEPH GOLEMME, JR. 680 Union Street Rockland, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Joe " — Co-op Work Record: The Foxboro Company. ROBERT GEORGE GOODELL 107 Fiske Street North Tewksbury, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Bob " " — Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 — Jazz Club 3 — Dance Band 1 — United States Army (1954-1956) — Co-op Work Record: Miller Ny- lander — Town of Wilmington. ARNOLD JACOB GORDON 65 Kingsdale Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering Freshman Honor Roll — Dean " s List 2,3,4,5 — Tau Beta Pi 4,5 — Scab- bard Blade 3,4,5 — Marvin Guttin Memorial Scholarship Aw ard 4 — ROTC Academic Achievement and Leadership Award 3,4 — Outstand ing Engineering ROTC Cadet 4 — United States Rubber Company Foundation Award 4 — Distinguished Military Student — American Insti- tute of Chemical Engineers 2,3,4,5 — Jazz Society 3,4 — Kappa Zeta Phi 2,3,4,5 (Busar) — Rifle Club 1,2 — Student Union 1,2,3,4 — ROTC Rank, Captain — Co-op Work Record: Massachusetts Institute of Technology — Godfrey L. Cabot — Raytheon Semi-conductor Plant. CHARLES LLOYD GOULSTON 12 Calder Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Industrial Engineering " Charlie ' " — Dean " s List 4 — Band 1,2,3 (Student Conductor) 4 — ROTC Band 2,3,4,5 — First Lt. — Armed Forces Communications " ; Electronics Association 2 — Ameri- can Institute of Industrial Engineer 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Josepl: Pollak Corporation — Columbia Packing Company. RICHARD ROCH GOURDEAU 53 Walnut Road South Hamilton, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Dick " — " Bulldozer " Editor 4,5); Ski Team 2 — United States Army (1955-1957) — Co-op Work Record: " Warren Brothers Roads Company — Gourdeau Construction Company, Incorporated. [80] KENNETH ALAN GREEN 390 Hunnewell Street Needham, Massachusetts Electrical Eiighieerhig Married — United States Navy (1952-1955) —Co-op Work Rec- ord: Microwave Associates — Gabriel Electronics. EDWARD ANTHONY ' GREENE 81 Walk Hill Street Jamaica Plain, Massaciiusetts Industrial Engineering Freshman Hockey — American Insti- tute of Industrial Engineers 2,3,4,5; Society for Advancement of Manage- ment 5 — Co-op Work Record: — Eugene Engineering Company — Raytheon Company. ROBERT FRANCIS GREENE 19 Pleasant Hill Avenue Dorchester, Massachusetts Ind. ' strial Engineering American Institute of Industrial Engi- neers 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: George A. Fuller — Josepli Rugo, Incorporated. LESTER SIMON GRODBERG 317 Tappan Street Brookline, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Les " — Senior Class Secretary — Class Cabinet 4 — Senior Week — Co-op Work Record: Boston Edison Company — Raytheon Company. PAUL R. GUERRA 355 School Street Belmont, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering American Institute of Chemical Engi- neers 2,3,4,5 — Society for the Advancement of Management 3 — Co-op Work Record: U. S. Envelope Company — Carter Ink Company. JOHN A. GUTAUSKAS 122 North Avenue Brockton, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Gus " — Dean ' s List 2,3 — Pi Ta:i Sigma 4,5 — Tau Beta Pi 4,5; Ameri- can Society of Mechanical Engineers 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: E. L. LeBaron Foundry Company. JAY ARREN HARVEY 20 Fowler Center New London, Connecticut Mechanical Engineering " Jay " — American Society of Me- chanical Engineers 3,4,5 (Secretary) ; Yacht Club — Married — United States Army (1952-1955) — Co-op Work Record: United States Navy. RICHARD T. HASBROUCK 86 Sherman Avenue Teaneck, New Jersey Electrical Engineering Radio Club 1 — Military Affiliated Radio System 1,2 — Institute of Radio Engineers 2,3 — Armed Forces Communications and Electronics As- sociation 1,2 — Co-op Work Record: Tung-Sol Electric Company — RCA ROBERT CLIFTON HATCH 356 Rear Middle Street E. Weymouth, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Bob " — Married (one boy) — Co- op Work Record: General R. F. Fittings, Incorporated — Couch Or- dinance, Incorporated. EDWARD SHERMAN HAYNES 228 Kelton Street Brighton, Massachusetts Cifil Engineering " Ed " — Married — University of Massachusetts — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — ■ Distinguished Military Student 4 — Tau Beta Pi 4, 5 — Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 — Society of American Mili- tary Engineers 1 ■ — Intramural Bask- etball 2.3,4,5 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Corps of Engineers. [81] GEORGE FRANCIS HEAD 68 Summer Street Natick, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Jody " — Freshman Honor Roll — Freshman Bowling League (Treasur- er) — Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 — Mar- ried — United States Army (1951- 1954) — Co-op Work Record: Charles T. Main, Incorporated. ELEANOR PATRICIA HEALY 835 Union Street Manchester, New Hampshire Industrial Engineering Omega Sigma 1,2,3,4,5 — American Institute of Industrial Engineers 2, (Secretary 3,4,5) — Silver Masque 3; Class Representative 2,3 — Co-op Work Record: MKM Knitting Mills. ROBERT ELLIOTT HEALEY 46 Norman Street New Bedford, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Bob " — Society of American Mili- tary Engineers 4,5 — Rifle Club 4,5; Co-op Work Record: Fall River Gas Company. CHARLES HENDERSON 6 Sherman Street Roxbury, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Charlie " — Distinguished Military Student 4,5 — Eta Kappa Nu 5 — Football 1,2,3,4 — Track 1,2,3,4 — Co-op Work Record: Andrew Alford Consulting Engineers. PHILLIP KENNETH HENKIN 2-A Upham Avenue Dorchester, Massachussets Chemical Engineering " Phil " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Class Representative — American Institute of Chemical Engineers 2 — Co-op Work Record: Tileston Hollings- worth Company — Raytheon Manu- facturing Company. ORVILLE HAROLD HERSEY 483 Water Street Saxonville, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Chuck " — Institute of Radio Engi- neers — Chorus — Co-op Work Rec- ord; General Radio Company. LESLIE OBER HILL 8 Dean Street Everett, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Les " ' — Roger Williams Junior College 1946-1950 — Dean ' s List 4, 5 — Pi Tau Sigma 4,5 — American Society of Mechanical Engineers 3,4, 5 — Pi Tau Sigma 4,5 — Married (one boy) — United States Air Force (1951-1953) — Co-op Work Record: Scully Signal Company. JOSEPH C. HOHMANN, JR. 38 Cass Street West R oxbury 32, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Jose " — Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society — Rifle Club 1 — Co-op Work Record: Whitman Howard Engineers — Town of Stoneham. HUBERT ERNEST HOLLEY 26 Avon Street Maiden, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering American Institute of Electrical Engi- neers 2 — Institute of Radio Engi- neers 4,5 — Armed Forces Communi- cations Electronics Association 4, 5 — Rifle Club 2 — Co-op Work Record: Alonzo B. Reed Company, Incorporated — Physics Research Lab; Massachusetts General Hospital — Raytheon Company. ARTHUR W. HOLMRES, JR. 131 Park Drive Boston, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Art " — Intramural Basketball 1,2,3, 4 — Rifle Club 4 — Radio Club 1,2 ; Married — Co-op Work Record: Grason Stadler Company. HOWARD T aOR HUMPHREY 54 Mountain Avenue Maiden, Massachusetts Electrical Eiigiiieeriiig United States Army (1952-1954) — Co-op Work Record: General Elec- tronic Lab, Incorporated. JON DAVID HUMPHREYS 42 Centre Street Danvers, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering American Institute of Electrical Engi- neers 4 (Secretary), 5 (Treasurer) — Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Elec- tric Products Incorporated. WILLIAM BIAGIO lACONELLI 45 Skehan Street Somerville, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering " Ike " — American Institute of Chem- ical Engineers 2,3,4,5 — United States Navy (1951-1954) — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern Uni- versity. ROBERT MELVYN JAMIESON 91 Babcock Street Brookline, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Jamie " — Co-op Work Record: General Radio Company — Quarter Master R E Center — Raytheon Manufacturing Company. GEORGE EDWARD JANNERY 106 St. Stephen Street Boston, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Freshman Honor List — Tau Beta Pi — Eta Kappa Nu — Dance Band 1,2 — Institute of Radio Engineers 2,3,4,5; Married — Co-op Work Record: General Electric — Trans-Sonics. ROBERT DAMON JASPER 399 Market Street Rockland, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Bob " — Harvard University 1950- 52 — Married (one boy) — United States Air Force (1952-55) — Co-op Work Record: Brockton Edison Company — Massachusetts Institute of Technology. ROBERT LAWRENCE JEFFREY 35 Ripley Street Maiden, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Bob " — Dean ' s List 3,4 — Eta Kap- pa Nu 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record : Suburban Electric Company — Syl- vania Electric Products, Incorporated. CARL NORMAN JOHNSON 172 Chestnut Street Randolph, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Sykes " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Freshman Honor List — Tau Beta Pi 4,5 — American Society for Mechani- cal Engineers 4,5 (Treasurer) — Pi Tau Sigma 4,5 (President) — Co-op Work Record: General Electric Company. ERNEST FRANCIS JOST 71 Parker Street Attleboro, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Ern " — Married (two girls) ' — Dean ' s List 3 — Distinguished Mili- tary Student 4,5 — Intramural Bask- etball 1,2,3,4,5 — Scabbard Blade 3,4,5 — Northeastern University Civ- il Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 — (Editor-in-Chief) NUCES — Student Paper Contest 2nd prize 4 — Co-op Work Record: New England Power Service Company — City of Attle- boro. PAUL A. KALES 60 Greycliff Road Brighton, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering American Society of Mechanical Engi- [83] CHARLES JUDE KANE 10 Devon Road Braintree, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Jude " — Rifle Club 1,2 — Co-op Work Record: Hayward - Hay ward Boynton. ALLAN L. KARRON 197 Benson Road Brookline, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering Married — American Institute of Chemical Engineers dent Union 2,3. 2,3,4,5 — Stu- EDWARD JOHN KEARNEY 26 Berkshire Street Swampscott, Massachusetts Industrial Engineering U. S. Coast Guard Academy — Dean ' s List 3,4 — U.S. Rubber Foundation Scholarship 3,4 — ASTE Internation- al Education Award 5 — Distin- guished Military Student — Phi Beta Alpha 2,3,4 (Secretary), 5 (Presi- dent) — American Institute of In- dustrial Engineers 2,3,4 (Vice Chairman), 5 (Chairman) — Student Council 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Gillette Safety Razor — Sylvania Electric Products, Incorporated — Transitron Electronic Corporation. WILLIAM AENEAS KEARNEY 290 Adams Street Newton, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Bill " — Wentworth Institute — Pi Tau Sigma — Married (one girl) — Co-op Work Record: General Electric Company. JOHN JOSEPH KELLY 6 Blair Road Dorchester, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Jack " . — Married (two girls) — Freshman Honor Roll — Dean ' s List 3,4,5 — Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 — Section Representative 4,5 — Senior Week — Institute of Radio Engineers; United States Navy (1951-1955) — Co-op Work Record: General Electronics Labs, Incorporated. DAVID JOEL KINSLEY 79 Shore Drive Winthrop, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Dave " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Freshman Honor List — Eta Kappa Nu 5 — Institute of Radio Engineers 3,4,5 — Section Representative 4,5 — Senior Week — Co-op Work Record: Massachusetts Institute of Technolo- gy — Raytheon Company. ROBERT GORDON KNORR Hubbardston Road Templeton, Massachusetts Industrial Engineering " Bob " — Married (one girl) — Beta Gamma Epsilon 3,4,5 — Silver Masque 1,2,3— Rifle Club 1 — American Society of Mechanical Engi- neers 2 — American Institute of Electrical Engineers 2,3,4,5 ROTC Flight Training — Co-op Work Record: Pratt Whitney Company, Incorporated — AUcraft Manufactur- ing Company, Incorporated. MORTON KOBRIN 194 High Street Wareham, Massachusetts Industrial Engineering Husky Key 4 — American Institute of Industria l Engineers 3,4,5 . — Co-op Work Record: Cole-Hersee Com- pany — Raytheon Company. STEVEN KOUREPENIS 48 Electric Avenue Somerville, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering Society of American Military Engi- neers 3 (Secretary), 4 (President) — Co-op ' Work Record: Colonial Engi- neering Company — Hayes Pump Machinery. WILHELM E. KOZLAUSKA 40 Stockton Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Bill " — Married — Yacht Club 3, 4,5 — Rifle Club 4 — Institute of Radio Engineers 2,3,4,5 — United States Air Force (1950-1954) — Co-op Work Record: CBS — Hytron; Raytheon. [84] GEORGE ALFRED LAMBERT 163 Hemenway Street Boston, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Married — Hockey 1,2,3,4 — Co-op Work Record: Negea Service Corp- oration — Datamatic Corporation — Allied Research Association, Incorp- orated, EMILIO FRANK LANDY 47 Myrtle Street Pittsfield, Massachusetts Cii ' il Engineering " Skip " — Chapel Choir 1,2,3,4,5 — Student Union 1,2,3,4 (Vice-Presi- dent) 5 (President) — Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record; Mon- santo Chemical Company — R, B. Deloye Incorporated. WILFRED LOUIS LANGEVIN 68 Rockland Street Boston, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Nick " — Sigma Phi Alpha 2,3,4,5— (Inter- fraternity Council) — Chorus 1,2,3 — American Society of Mechan- cal Engineering 5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Machine Works. ROBERT ALLEN LAVACHE 7 Goethe Street West Roxbury, Massachusetts Civil Engineering Married (two girls) — United States Marine Corps (1951-1955). GEORGE TAYLOR LEE 84 Monticello Avenue Dorchester, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Married (two boys) — Dean ' s List; Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 (Corresponding Secretary) — Tau Beta Pi 4,5 — In- stitute of Radio Engineers — United States Navy (1951-1955) — Co-op Work Record: General Electronics Labs. ROBERT C. LEE 149 North Street New Britain, Connecticut Mechanical Engineering Beta Gamma Epsilon 2,3,4 (Secre- tary), 5 (Vice-President) — Ameri- can Society of Mechanical Engineers 4,5 — Married (one boy)— ROTC Rank, 1st Lieutenant — Co-op Work Record: Hartford Machine Screw Company — Raytheon ' s Spencer Lab. PAUL NELSON LEFORT 1 34 Summer Street Watertown, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering United States Army (1953-1956) — Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Elec- tric — Raytheon Company. RICHARD LEGENDRE 40 Kellogg Street Fall River, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering Track 1 — American Institute of Chemical Engineers 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: G. L. Cabot Incorp- orated. BERNARD JOSEPH LEMIRE 210 West Sixth Street Lowell, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering " Bernie " — American Chemical Soc- iety 3,4,5 — American Institute of Chemical Engineers 2 — Radio Club 1 — Co-op Work Record: North- eastern University. ROBERT LEONG 15 Euston Street Brookline, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Bob " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5; Fresh- man Honor List — Tau Beta Pi — Eta Kappa Nu — Scabbard Blade; Husky HiLiters — Co-op Work Rec ord: Andrew Alford Consulting Engineers. [85] WARREN KAY LEVENSON 14-D Carlson Road Framingham, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering Chemberlayne Junior College — Husky Key 1,2,3 — American Society of Mechanical Engineers 4,5 (Treas- urer) — Co-op Work Record: Wire Insulating Machinery — New York Central Railroad. CARL LEVINE 66 Elda Road Fraraingham, Massachusetts Electronics Co-op Work Record: Liberty Mutual R. D. — Microwave Association. CHAN KIE LIN 255 St. Paul Street Brookline, Massachusetts Cipil Engineering Student Union 1,2,3 — Nu Epsilon Zeta 1,2,3,4,5 — Northeastern Uni- versity Civil Engineering Society 3,4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Loomis Sullivan — Clarkeson Engineering In- corporated — Corgdon, Gurney Towle Incorporated. DONALD ARTHUR LINCOLN Linebrook Road Ipswich, Massachusetts Industrial Engineering " Link " — Married — Auto Club 1,2; Ski Club 2,3 — Society of American Military Engineers 3,4,5 — American Institute of Industrial Engineers 3,4, 5 — Rifle Club 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: United Shoe Machinery Corporation. CHRISTOPHER A. LOMBARDI 62 Columbia Street Maiden, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Chris " — Married (one boy) — Co-op Work Record: General Radio Company. FRANK G. LOMBARDI 6 Hopkins Place Mattapan, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering American Institute of Chemical Engi- neers 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Sted Fast Rubber Incorporated. DIMITRI A. LUKSHIN 732 Second Street Marietta, Ohio Mechanical Engineering " Mickey " — Dean ' s List 4 — Auto Club 2 (Vice President) 3,4,5 —Co- op Work Record: Northeastern Uni- versity— U. S. Fish Wildlife Service — U. S. Steel Corporation. RICHARD MADDEN 182 Linden Street Waltham, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering University of Massachusetts — Dean ' s List — Freshman Honor List — Class President 3,4 — Tau Beta Pi 4,5 — Pi Tau Sigma 4,5 (Treasurer) ■ — Co- Chairman Middler Sophomore Prom ; Junior Prom Committee 4 — Co- Chairman Senior Week 5 — Class Vice-President 5 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Allied Research Association, Incorporated — Du Pont — Micro- tech Research Incorporated — Sylvania. JOHN CHARLES MAGRI 282 North Beacon Street Brighton, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Married (one girl) — Dean ' s List 2, 3,4,5 — Freshman Honor List — Re- cording Secretary — Tau Beta Pi 4,5; Recording Secretary — Eta Kappa Nu 4_5 — Senior Week 4,5 — American Institute of Electrical Engineers — Institute of Radio Engineers 4,5 — Husky Hi-Liters 4,5 — Section Rep- resentative 1,2,3,4,5 — Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4,5 — United States Army (1953-1955) — Co-op Work Record: Andrew Alford Manufactur- ing Company. JOHN MARTIN MAHAKIAN 13 Garland Avenue Maiden, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering United States Navy (1951-55) — Co-op Work Record: Cambridge Ac- celerator — Pulp Paper Research Center. EDWARD JOHN MAINI 8 St. John Avenue Norwood, Massachusetts Ch ' il Engineering " Ed " — Married (one girl) — Fresh- man Dean ' s List — Rifle Club 1 — United States Army (1953-1955) — Co-op Work Record: John A. Volpe Construction Company. RALPH IRWIN MALOON 1027 East Street Mansfield, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Ralph " — Rifle Club 1,2 — North- eastern University Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Norwood Engineering Company. WILLIAM MICHAEL MANNA 40 Wilbur Street Worcester, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Honor Society 3,4 — Baseball 3,4 — Basketball 4 — United States Marine Corps (1952-1955) —Co-op Work Record : Nordon Ketay — Computer Control Company — Image Instru- ments Incorporated. lASON STEPHEN MARGET 120 Walnut Avenue Revere, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering " Jay " — American Institute of Chem- ical Engineers 2,3A,i — Married — United States Army (1953-1955); Co-op Work Record: Watertown Arsenal. JOSEPH ROBERT MARIANO 341 Huntington Avenue Hyde Park, Massachusetts Industrial Engineering " Joe " — Dean ' s List 2,5 — United States Navy (1951-55) — American Institute of Industrial Engineers 5 — Co-op Work Record: McGregor In- strument Company — Raytheon Company. RICHARD L. MCLAUGHLIN 587 Hanover Street Manchester, New Hampshire Electrical Engineering " Dick " — Alpha Kappa Sigma 1,2,3, 4, (President), 5 (Vice-President); Student Council 2,3,4,5 — Outing Club 2 — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern Engineering Incorpor- ated. CHARLES STEPHEN MCNAMEE 42 Oak Road Norwood, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering " Bing " — Dean ' s List 3,4 — Silver Masque 4 — Intramural Basketball 1, 2,3,4,5 — American Institute of Chemical Engineers 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Bird Son, Incopr- orated — C. I. Hayes, Incorporated. FREDERICK J. MCNEILL 230 Waldemar Avenue East Boston 28, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Fred " — Sigma Phi Alpha 2,3,4,5; Band 1,2,3 — Band Council 2 — American Institute of Electrical Engi- neers 4,5 — Class Representative 2; News 2 — Married (one boy, one girl) — United States Air Force (1953-U 57) —Co-op Work Rec- ord: Jackson Moreland Engineer ing Company — Boston Edison Com- pany — Raytheon Company. FRANCIS WILLIAM MCNEIL 408 Broadway Street North Attleboro, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering " Mickey ' — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Intramural Basketball 3,4,5 — Ameri- can Institute of Chemical Engineers 2,3,4,5 — Married (two boys) ■ — United Slates Navy (1951-1955) — Co-op Work Record: Hercules Pow- der Company — Massachusetts De- partment of Public Health. THOMAS JOHN MCNICHOL 10 King Street Ptabody, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Tom " — Dean ' s List 5 — Nu Epsi- lon Zeta 4,5 — American Society of Mechanical Engineers 3,4,5 — Inter- Fraternity Council 5 — ROTC Rank, First Lt. — Married — Co-op Work Record: N. E. Corps of Engineering; A. Johnson Company — New- England Power Company. [87] RICHARD P. MCSHEFFREY 121 Crescent Street Auburndale, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Dick " — United States Navy (1951- 1955) — Co-op Work Record: Syl- vania Electric Products — United States Navy Underwater Sound Lab. MICHAEL EDWARD MECSAS 27 Hannagan Street Lawrence, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering " Mike " — Dean ' s List Student 3,4, Freshman Honor List — Alpha Kap- pa Sigma 1,2,3,4,5 — American Chemical Society 2,3,4,5 ■ — American Institute of Chemical Engineers 2,3,4, 5 — Huskiers 1 — Inter-Fraternity Council 4 — Co-op Work Record: Wirthmore Research Lab — Godfrey L. Cabot Incorporated — Oxford Paper Company. WILLIAM MICHAEL MELESKY Grove Street Berkley, Massachusetts Industrial Engineering Dean ' s List 3,4,5 — Achievement Award 4 — Co-op Work Record: Ceiliph Tanning Company. ROBERT ANTHONY MENARD 15 Amaranth Avenue Medford, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Bob " — Dean ' s List 3,4 — Radio Club 1,2,3,4 (Vice-President) 5 — Military Affiliated Radio System 3,4 — Institute of Radio Engineers 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Gen- eral Radio Company. JOSEPH RAYMOND MENGHI 79 Crystal Avenue New London, Connecticut Mechanical Engineering " Fatty " — Worcester Polytechnical Institute — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Phi Gamma Pi 2 (Treasurer), (President 3,4,5) — Inter-fraternitJy 4 (Treasurer) — Pi Tau Sigma 5 — Idler 5 — Ameri- can Society of Mechanical Engineers — Married (one boy, one girl) — Co-op Work Record: USN NID. THOMAS HENRY MARKHAM 14 George Street Babylon, New York Civil Engineering " Tom " — Married — New York State Maritime College — Northeast- ern University Civil Engineering Soc- iety; — Co-op Work Record: Harry T. Leonard. ERMINIO J. MAROTTOLI 88 Brooks Street Boston, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Ernie " — Married (two girls) — Co-op Work Record: Boston Edison Company — Doble Engineering Com- pany WILLIAM THOMAS MARTIN 72 Farrar Avenue Hyde Park, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Bill " — Hus-Skiers and Outing Club 1,2,3,4 (President), 5 — Ski Team 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Norfolk County Engineering Com- pany. VINCENT T. MATTEUCCI 46 Autumn Street Everett, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering American Institute of Chemical En- gineers 3,4 (Vice-President), 5 (President) — Huskiers 5 — Co-op Work Record: Monsanto Chemical Company. PHILIP CHARLES MAZZOLA 43 Puritan Road Somerville, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Phil " — Institute of Radio Engi- neers 4,5 — United States Navy (1951-55) — Co-op Work Record: Massachusetts Institute of Tech- nology. RONALD JOSEPH MCBRIEN 19 " Wilson Street Lynn, Massachusetts Cbemi ' al Engineering " Ron ' — American Institute of Ciiemiral Eng ' ieers 2,3,4, ' 5 — Armed Forces Communications Electronic Association 2,3 — Rifle Club 2,5 — ROTC Rank, First Lt. — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern University. GEORGE M. MCCOY R.F.D. 3 Newton, New Jersey Mechanical Engineering Beta Gamma Epsilon 5 (President) ; Section Representative 5 — American Society of Mechanical Engineers 3,4, — ROTC Rank, First Lt. — Co-op Work Record: Picatinny Arsenal. LAWRENCE A. MCDONALD 44 School Street Middleboro, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Mac " — Football 1 — Intramural Basketball 1,2,3,4, ' i — Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 — Rifle Club 3 — Class Edi- tor " Bulldozer " 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Walter E. Rowley Associ- ates. FRANCIS GEORGE MCGRATH 4 Clifton Street Soinerville. Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Frank " — Intramural Basketball 1, 2 — Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4 (Vice- Chairman), 5 — Married — Co-op Work Record; Barnes Engineering Company Incorporated — New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company. PAUL MCGRATH 31 Gleason Street Medford, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Mac " — Married (one boy) — Brown University — Dean ' s List 3 ; Intramural Basketball 1,2 — North- eastern University Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 — United States Army (1953-1955) — Co-op Work Record: Massachusetts Department of Public Works — Fletcher Construc- tion Company. ELTON GROVER MCGRAY 40 Veterans Memorial Drive Peabody, Massachusetts Industrial Engineering " Mac " — Dean ' s List 4 — Section Representative 3 — Married (one boy, three girls ) — United States Army ( 1953-1956) — Co-op Work Record : Fraen Corporation — Sylvan- ia Electric Company — Raytheon Company. JOSEPH JOHN MCINERNEY 5 School Street Soinerville, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Mac " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Pi Tau Sigma — Intramural Soft- ball 2,3,4,5 — American Society of Mechanical Engineers 4,5 — Married (one girl, one boy) — United States Navy (1951-1955) — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Com- pany. DAVID RUSSELL MCKEEN 8 Byron Street Haverhill, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Dave " — Beta Gamma Epsilon 4; (Secretary) — Co-op Work Record: Bomac Labs, Incorporated. ELBERT JOSEPH MCKEON 19 Presley Street Maiden, Massachusetts Industrial Engineering " Mack " — American Institute of In- dustrial Engineers 2 (Treasurer) 3, 5 — Section Representative 1 — Mar- ried — United States Army (1951 - 1954) — Co-op Work Record: United States Steel Company — Transitron Electronic Company — Sylvania Electric Company. PHILLIP JOSEPH MCKINNON 99 West Walnut Park Roxbury, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Phil " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2 — Eta Kappa Nu 5 ; Institute of Radio Engineers — Am- erican Institute of Electrical Engi- neers 12 — United States Coast Guard ( 1952-1956) — Co-op Work Record: The Foxboro Company. [89] JOSEPH BLAIR MESSIER 967 Commercial Street Weymouth, Massachusetts Industrhil Engineering Academic Achievement Award 3 — American Institute of Industrial Engi- neers 2,3,4,5 — Ski Club 4 — Bowl- ing Club 1 — American Society of Military Engineers 5 — Co-op Work Record: Conveyor Specialty Company — HP. Hood Sons. ROLAND WILLIAM MICHAUD 26 Lafayette Park Lynn, Massachusetts Electri cal Engineering Baylor University — Dean ' s List 3,4; Eta Kappa Nu 4 — Radio Club 2 — Bowling Team 1 — Married — United States Air Force (1951-1955) —Co- op Work Record: National Security Agency — Harvard University — Avco Research and Advanced De- velopment. GEORGE W. MONCRIEF 58 Walnut Street Somerville, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering " Bill " —Yacht Club 3 — Rifle Club 4 — Co-op Work Record: Arlisan Metal Products, Incorporated — New Notions Incorporated — Wolf Re- search and Development. FRANCIS M. MONTEGANI 36 North Munroe Terrace Dorchester, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Frank " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — American Society of Mechanical En- gineers 3,4 (Vice-Chairman) 5 — (Chairman) — Pi Tau Sigma 4,5 — Section Representative 1 — Pershing Rifles 1,2 — Outstanding ROTC Engineer Cadet 2 — ROTC Rank, Colonel — Co-op Work Record: Mathewson Machine Works, Incorp- orated — International Equipment Company. FRANCIS JOSEPH MORRIS 41 Cliff Street Maiden, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Fran " — Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 — Baseball 1 — Co-op Work Record: Barnes Engineering Company, In- corporated. LLOYD MORTON, JR. 24 Hurd Road Belmont, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Red " — American Society of Me- chanical Engineers 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Waters Manufactur- ing, Incorporated. DANIEL C. MOYNIHAN, JR. 274 Summer Street Brockton, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering " Dan " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — National Sci- ence Foundation Grant 5 — Rifle Club 1,2 — Pershing Rifles 1,2 — American Institute of Chemical En- gineers 2,3,4,5 — American Chemical Society 5 — Co-op Work Record: E. I. Du Pont — De Nemours and Company, Incorporated. ROBERT F. MUISE 18 Devon Road Braintree, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering Dean ' s List — United States Navy, ( 1 9 5 4- 5 8 ) — Co-op Work Record : Boston Gas Company, Watertown, Massachusetts — Arsenal Republic Aviation. HENRY LINCOLN MUNSON 37 Columbus Avenue Stoughton, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Link " — Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society — Co-op Work Record: Town of Stoughton. JAMES FRANCIS MURPHY 14 White Street Arlington, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Wentworth Institute — Rifle Club 1 ; Rifle Team 1— Auto Club 3,4,5 — United States Army (1953-1955) — Co-op Work Record: United States Government. [90] PAUL ALBERT MURPHY 16 Day Street Norwood, Massachusetts ElectrJCiil Engineering " Murph " — United States Navy, (1949-1953) —Co-op Work Rec- ord: Detroit Controls — Raytheon. DAVID ALLEN MYLLYKANGAS Elm Street West Townsend, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering Married — Freshman Honor List — Northeastern Scholarship 1 — Gener- al Electric Scholarship 2 — American Soc iety of Mechanical Engineers 5 — Co-op Work Record: General Electric Company. THOMAS S. NAREKIAN 32 Piermont Street WoUaston, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Dean ' s List 2,4 — Tau Beta Pi 4,5; Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 — Scabbard Blade 3,4,5 — Freshman Honor List; Institute of Radio Engineers 3,4 — Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association 4 — Military Affiliated Radio System 4 — Rifle Club 2,3.4 — Class Cabinet 4,5 — Intramural Basketball 2,3 — Intra- mural Softball — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Raytheon Manufacturing Com- pany — Cathode Ray Tube Division; Missile Systems Division. DAVID M. NATHANSON 45 Chestnut Hill Avenue Brighton, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Dave " — American Society of Me- chanical Engineers 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Barry Controls In- corporated — Visco Machine and Tool Company. GEORGE EDMUND NEREO 404 Green Street Weymouth, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering " Ed " — American Institute o f Chem- ical Engineers 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Howe French Incorporat ed — Hunt-Spiller Manufacture, In- corporated. JOHN P. NORMAND 35 Palmer Street Salem, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Military Affiliated Radio System 3, (Treasurer) 4 (Secretary) — Armed Forces Communications and Electron- ics Association 2,3 — Ski Club 3 — Radio Club 2,3,4 — Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Electric Products, Incorporated. RICHARD FRANCIS NOVAK 631 Parker Street Roxbury, Massachusetts Industrial Engineering " Dick " — Married (two boys, one girl) — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Fresh- man Honor List — American Insti- tute of Industrial Engineers 2,3,4,5; United States Navy (1952-1955) — Co-op Work Record; Gillette Safety Razor Company. RONALD FRANK NOVELLO 25 Gregg Street Beverly, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Ron " — Scabbard Blade — Mili- tary Alfiliated Radio System — Radio Club 3,4,5 President) Institute of Radio Engineers — Co-op Work Record: Bomac Laboratories Incorp- orated. CHARLES C. NOWISZEWSKI 114 Spring Street Cambridge, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Married ( one boy ) — United States Army (1952-1955) — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon. STEPHEN CHARLES O ' CONNOR 3 West Wind Road Andover, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering " Steve " — Freshman Scholarship — American Institute of Chemical En- gineers 2,3,4,5 — Rifl? Club 2 — ROTC Rank, First Lt.— Co-op Work Record: ChemTan Company. [91] HKRNARD XAVIER OHNEMUS 16 Chester Lane Waltham, Massachusetts Cit ' il Engineering " Bernie " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Northeastern University Civil Engi- neering Society 4,5 (Secretary) — Married (one boy, two girls) — United States Air Force (1951-1955) Co-op Work Work Record: Edwards Kelcey — Esso Standard Oil Com- pany — Bowie Enginerieng Company. CHARLES OKUN 14 Nuko Terrace Mt. Freedom, New Jersey Mechanical Engineering American Society of Mechanical En- gineers 4,5 — Society of American Military Engineers 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: — United States Army Ordnance — Picatinny Arsenal. DAVID CARLETON OLSEN 223 Soundview Avenue Stratford, Connecticut Electrical Engineering " Dave " — Camera Club 1,2 — Insti- tute of Radio Engineers 2,3,4,5—- Co-op Work Record: Massachusetts Institute of Technology — Diamond Antenna and Microwave Corporation. JAMES GERARD O ' NEILL 7 Chester Place West Roxbury, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Jim " — American Society of Me- chanical Engineers 5 — Co-op Work Record: AUis-Chalmers Manufactur- ing Company. FRANCIS ATLEE ORR 9 Red Spring Road Andover, Massachusetts Industrial Engineering Married — Norwich University — United States Air Force (1951-1955) Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Company. ANGELO JOSEPH ORTOLANO 14 Fremont Street Arlington, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Ange " — Married (one boy, one girl) — Dean ' s List — Institute of Radio Engineers 2,3,4,5 — North- eastern News 3 — United States Army (1952-1955) — Co-op Work Record : Raytheon Company. SHERMAN EUGENE PALAN 11 Harlem Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Industrial Engineering " Sherm " — Married — Franklin Technical Institute — Lincoln Insti- tute — Dean ' s List 3,4 — Sigma Kappa Psi 4,5 — Husky Key 2 — Co-op Work Record: Eugene Engi- neering — Raytheon Company. PETROS A. PALANDJIAN 30 Concord Road Watertown, Massachusetts Cii il Engineering " Bob " — Co-op Work Record: New England Power Service Company. ARTHUR A. PAPPAS 7 Greenville Street Somerville, Massachusetts Electronics " Art " — Institute of Radio Engineers 1.2 — Co-op Work Record: Massa- chusetts General Hospital ' — Micro- wave Associates. WILLIAM A. PARK 3 Shattuck Road Nashua, New Hampshire Chemical Engineering " Bill " — Dean ' s List 4 — American Institute of Chemical Engineers 2,3, 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Godfrey L. Cabot, Incorporated. [92] DONALD ARTHUR PARKER 41 Faneuil Street Brighton, Massachusetts Electriciil Engineering " Don " — Married (two boys, one girl)— United States Navy (1951- 1955) — Co-op Work Record: Ray- theon Manufacturing Company. KENNETH PAULIN 123 Arborway Drive Braintree, Massachusetts Industrial En gin eering Society for the Advancement of Mili- tary Engineers 2,3 (Secretary), 4 (Vice-President) — American Insti- tute of Industrial Engineers 1,2 (Secretary), 3 (Vice-President), 4,5; ROTC Flight Program — Yacht CIud 1,2,3 — Distinguished Military Stu- dent 5 — Married (one boy) — Co- op Work Record: Ford Motor Com- pany — Transitron Electronic Com- pany. RICHARD EUGENE PELTIER 2711 Vassar Place Columbus, Ohio Industrial Engineering " Dick " — Dean ' s List 4 — Alumni Scholarship Award 1 — Nu Epsilon Zeta 1,2,3,4,5 — Hus-Skiers and Outing Club 1,2 — Camera Club 4, 5 — American Institute of Industrial Engineers 2,3,4,5 — Class Cabinet 4 Inter-fraternity Council 2,3 (Treasur er), 4 (President) — Co-op Work Record: Springfield Gas Light Com pany — Transitron Electronic Corp oration. BRUCE PELTON 725 Salem Street Lynnfield, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Bruce " — Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 — Dean ' s List — American Institute of Electrical Engineers — United States Navy (1952-1954) —Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Electric Products, IncorDorated. JOHN R. BENT 62 Church Street Somerville, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering American Society of Mechanical Engineers 4,5. RICHARD ALBERT PEOPLES 42 Esmond Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Dick " — Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 (President) — Married (one boy) — United States Air Force (1951-1955) Co-op Work Record: Commonwealth of Massachusetts. ANTHONY EDWARD PEPE 19 Fillings Road Saugus, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering " Tony " .... Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Stu- dent Union 1,2 — Camera Club 3,4; American Institute of Chemical Engi- neers 2,3,4,5 — ROTC Rank, First Lt. — Co-op Work Record: Rust Proofing Metal Finishing Corpora- tion — The Carter ' s Ink Company. LEO FRANCIS PETERS 3 Fairmount Street Melrose 76, Massachusetts Civil Engineering Society of American Military Engi- neers 1,2 — Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 — Intramural Basketball 2,3,4 — Intra- mural Hockey — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Stoneham Public Works. JOHN PFAFFMANN 220 Main Street Kingston, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Fritz " — American Institute of Electrical Engineers — Institute of Radio Engineers 5 — Married (one girl, one boy) — United States Air Force (1951-1955) — Co-op Work Record: Bethlehem Steel Company — General Radio Company. MARIA LOUISE PIAZZA 47 Chelmsford Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Ria " — Institute of Radio Engineers 2,3,4,5 — Society of Women Engi- neers 1,2,3,4,5 — Radio Club 2 — Chorus 2 — Omega Sigma 1,2,3,4,5; Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Man- ufacturing Company. [93] ALAN WAYNE PIERCE 32 Irving Street Everett, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering -AV — Deans List 2,3 — Blonde Tongue Scholarship Award 4 — Tau Beta Pi 4 5 — Eta Kappi Nu 4,5 — Class Board; Ex-officio 2; Husky Key 2 — American Institu e of Electrical Engineers — Institute of Radio Engineers 5 — Co-op Work Record: General Electric. FRANCIS M. PIERCE 60 Evergreen Road Natick, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering " Frank " — Dean ' s List 1,2,4 — Stu- dent Union 1,3 — Rifle Club 2,3 — Yacht Club 2 — American Institute of Chemical Engineers 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Arthur D. Little Incorporated. RICHARD J. PLUTNICKI 10 Cottage Avenue Danvers, Massachusetts Electronics " Dick " — Co-op Work Record ;Syl- vania Electric. RICHARD FRANCIS POLISSACK 203 Stafford Street Worcester, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Dick " — ROTC Rank, Second Lt. — Co-op Work Record: Worcester County Electric Company — United States Navy — Pautuxent River, Wayland — Raytheon Company. ROBERT NORMAN POLLACK 225 Quincy Avenue East Braintree. Massachusetts Chemical Engineering " Bob " — Dean ' s List 3,4 — ROTC Rank, First Lt. — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Angier Adhesives — Myerson Tooth Corporation. DONALD SIDNEY POTTLE 22 Arcadia Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Don " — Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society 1,2,3,4,5 — Scabbard Blade Society 4,5 — Co- op Work Record: Town of Wey- mouth. BURTON JOHN POWER 48 Banks Road Swampscott, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Jack " — United States Air Force, ( 1953-1954) — Co-op Work Record: Town of Swampscott — Edwards Kelcey. JOHN F. POWER, JR. 11 Chester Place West Roxbury, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering " Jack " — Rifle Club 1 — Track Team 1,2,3,4 — American Institute of Chemical Engineers 2,3,4 — Co-op Work Record: Barnstead Still Sterlizer Company — Tileston Hol- lingsworth Company. NELSON RALPH POWERS 210 Riverway Boston, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Ne!s " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Tau Beta Pi 4,5 (Treasurer) — Eta Kap- pa Nu 4,5 — United States Navy, (1950-1953) — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Andrews Alford Consulting Engineers. WILLIAM EDWARD PRIFTI 85 Prospect Street Brockton, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Bill " — News 3,4,5 — Auto Cluh 2 3 — Camera Club 1 — Rifle Club 1 — Co-op Work Record: South Shore Machine — Allcraft Manu- facturing Company, Incorporated. ANTHONY JOSEPH PUOPOLO 52 Wellington Road Medford, Massachusetts Eiectriciil Engineering " Pop " — Silver Masque 2,3,4,5 — Student Union 2,3,4,5 — Chorus 1,2, 3,4,5 — Class Board 2 (Vice Presi- dent), 3,4 — Married (one boy, one girl) — United States Navy (1951- 1955) — Co-op Work Record: Na- tional Company — Raytheon Manu- facturing Company. BRUCE WILLIAM PURDY 197 Spring Street West Roxbury, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Dean ' s List 4 — Institute of Radio Engineers 4,5 — Married — United States Navy (1951-1955) — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Manufactur- ing Company. DONALD RALPH RANEY 169 Marlborough Road Salem, Massachusetts Industrial En gin eering " Don " — American Institute of In- dustrial Engineers — United States Navy (1951-1955) —Co-op Work Record: CBS Hytron — Sylvania Electric Products — Raytheon Manu- facturing Company. SHERWIN RICHARD RAUSCH 570 Bushwick Avenue Brooklyn, New York Electrical Engineering " Dick " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Tau Beta Pi 4,5 — Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 — U. S. Rubber Company Foundation Scholarship 2,3,4,5 — Freshman Hon or List — Institute of Radio Engi neers 3,4,5 — Armed Forces Com munications and Electronics Associa tion 4,5— Scabbard Blade 3,4,5 Co-op Work Record: Republic Avia tion Corporation — Consolidated Edison Company, Incorporated — Specialties, Incorporated. MICHAEL JOHN RAUSEO, JR. 102 Edith Street Everett, Massachusetts Industrial Engineering " Mike " — Dean ' s List 2 — Distin- guished Military Student 4,5 — Sen- ior Class Secretary — ROTC Band 1,2,3,4,5 — Track 2,3 — American Society of Military Engineers 3,4,5 — American Institute of Industrial Engi- neers 3, (Treasurer), 4,5 — Co-op Work Record; [Scully Signal Com- pany. PETER REISZ 63 Summit Street Arlington, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Pete " — Silver Masque 1 — Armed Forces Communications and Electron- ics Association 1,2,3,4, (Vice-Presi- dent), 5 — American Institute of Electrical Engineers 1,2,3,4 (feature editor) 5 — Military Affiliated Radio System 3 — Co-op Work Record: CBS Electronics — Photon Incorp- orated — Raytheon Company. EUGENE M. REPPUCCI, JR. 22 Whyte Street Medford, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Gene " — Scabbard Blade 3,4,5 — Society of American Military Engi- neers 3,4,5 (Treasurer) — Section Representative 4,5 — Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 — Chairman-Junior Dinner Dance 4 — Senior ' Week 5 — Jazz Concert Committee 4 — Co-op Work Record: City of Medford. BURTON RESNIC 16 McAuliffe Road Randolph, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering " Burt " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Stu- dent Union 1 — Rifle Club 2,3 — American Institute Chemical Engi- neers 2,3,4,5 — ROTC Rank, First Lt. — Co-op Work Record: Albert K, Sheldon Company — Boston Elec- tro Steel — Boston Woven Hose Rubber Company. JACKSON BRUCE REX 475 Franklin Street Mansfield, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Bruce " — Dean ' s List 4 — Distin- - " uished Military Student — Nu Epsilon Zeta 3,4,5 — American Society of Mechanical Engineers — rOTC Rank, First Lt. — Co-op Work Record: Foxboro Company. DA ' ID JAMES RICHARDS 336 Lebanon Street Melrose, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Dave " — Pershing Rifles 1,2,3,4 — Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association 2,3,4,5 — Sigma Phi Alpha 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: New England Power Service Company. [95] EUGENE FRANCIS RICHMAN 7 Henry Street Everett, Massachusetts Electrical E?igiiieering " Gene " — Married — American In- stitute of Electrical Engineers — In- stitute of Radio Engineers 4,5 — United States Navy (1952-1955) — Co-op Work Record: Massachusetts Institute of Technology — Lincoln Laboratory. JOHN DAVID RICKER Seascape, Ocean Avenue Marblehead, Massachusetts Indtistrial Eiigitieeriiig " Dave " — Bowdoin College — Am- erican Institute of Industrial Engi- neers 3,4,5 — Radio Club 3,4,5 — Married (one boy) — United States Army (1952-1955) — Co-op Work Record: CBS Electronics — Sylvania Company. FRANK JAMES RIDLEY 48 Webster Street Randolph, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering United States Army (1954-1956) — Co-op Work Record: E. W. Branch Company — Foxboro Company. GERALD S. ROSENBERG 59 Maple Avenue Cambridge, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Terry " — Kappa Zeta Phi 2,3,4 — (Vice-Chancellor) 5 — Inter-Fra- ternity Council Representative 3,4 — Merrill Lovinger Award 3 — Co-op Work Record: Hermetite Corpora- tion. ROBERT NATHAN ROSENTHAL 313 Summit Avenue Boston, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Bob " — Student Union 1 — North- eastern University Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 — Intramural Basket- hall 3,4 — Co-op Work Record: Henry F. Bryant Sons, Incorpor- ated — Town of Walpole. DONALD MYRON RUBIN 112 Almont Street Winthrop, Massachusetts Industrial Engineering " Don " — Class Secretary 2 — Ex- Officio 3 — Alpha Pi Nu 5 — J. R. Rosen Scholarship 4 — Phi Beta Al- pha Alumni Scholarship 5 — Phi Beta Alpha 3,4,5 — Student Council 4,5 (Vice-President) — American Insti- tute of Industrial Engineering 2,3,4, 5 — Huskey Key 4 (Chairman) 5 — Sophomore Middler Prom Committee 2,3 — Junior Dinner Dance Commit- tee 4 — Co-op Work Record: Ray- theon Company. EDWARD J. RUBIN 5 Mascot Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering " Ed " — Dean ' s List 2 — Sigma Kap- pa Psi 2,3,4,5 — Student Union 5 — American Institute of Chemical Engi- neers 2,3,4,5 — Married — Co-op Work Record: Arnold Greene Com- pany — Raytheon Company. RICHARD SARDELL 268 Maple Street New Bedford, Massachusetts Industrial Engineering Dean ' s List 2,5 — Section Repre- sentative 2 — American Institute of Industrial Engineers 2,3,4,5 — Mar- ried — United States Army (1953- 1955) — Co-op Work Record: Draper Corporation — Harvard Ap- paratus Company — C. I. Hayes Company — A. H. Cayuette Com- pany — Volkswagen. JEROME PHILIP SAVA 516 Blue Hill Avenue Dorchester, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering " Jerry " — Dean ' s List 3,4 — Hayden Scholarship 1 — American Institute of Chemical Engineers 2,3,4,5 ■ — Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association 1 — Student Union 1,2 — ROTC Rank, First Lt. — Co-op Work Record: Tileston Hoi lings worth Paper Mill — Massa- chusetts Institute of Technology. FRANK J. SAVELL 1125 Main Street Waltham, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Radio Club 1 — Institute of Radio Engineers 4,5 — Married (one girl); United States Navy (1951-1955) — Co-op Work Record: Sylvania. [96] PETER H. SCHWEID Samoset Road Eastham, Massachusetts Mechtiiiical Engineering " Pete " — Co-op Work Record: Re- vere Copper and Brass Incorporated; Raytheon Manufacturing Company. JOSEPH JAMES SCOLE 127 Orange Street Chelsea, Massachusetts Electronics " Joe " — Baseball 4 — Co-op Work Record: Automatic Radio Manufac- turing Company — Sylvania Electric Products, Incorporated. RONALD JOSEPH SEARS 123 Chester Street Lawrence, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Military Affiliated Radio System 2,3 4 — American Institute of Electrical Engineers 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Automatic Radio Company; Merrimac-Essex Electric Company. GEORGE E. SGOURAKES 28 Alicia Road Dorchester Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Soug " — Society of American Mili- tary Engineers (Treasurer 2,3), (Vice President 4,5) — Track 1,2 — American Society of Mechanical En- gineers 1,2,3,4,5 — ROTC Flight Training 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Eugene Engineering Company — Foxboro Company. PAUL JOSEPH SHEA 1 5 Massachusetts Avenue Arlington, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Married (one girl) — United States Air Force (1950-1954) — Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Electric Products, Incorporated. GEORGE FRANK SHINOPULOS 23 Doty Street Waltham, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering Dean ' s List 3,4,5 — ROTC Achieve- ment Award 4 — Beta Gamma Epsi- lon 4 (Vice President) — Pi Tau Sigma — American Society of Me- chanical Engineers — Society of American Military Engineers — Co- op Work Record: General Alloys Company. REX STANLEY SINCLAIR 14A Assabet Avenue West Concord, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Rex " — Deans List 4 — ROTC Academic Achievement Award 2 — Married — Co-op Work Record: Lincoln Laboratory. KENNETH ELMER SLADE South Londonberry Vermont Civil Engineering " Ken " — Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 — Society of American Military Engi- neers 3,4,5 — Married (one boy) — Co-op Work Record: State of Ver- mont. ARTHUR SOTIROPOULOS 134 Walnut Street Maiden, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Married — United States Navy (1951-1955) —Co-op Work Record: Raytheon — National Company. DAVID ALBERT SPANG 71 Center Street Wnthrop, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Institute of Radio Engineers 4,5 — Married — United States Navy (1953-1955) —Co-op Work Rec- ord: Sanborn Company. [97] DAVID JOHN SPOFFORD 21 Plymouth Avenue Swampscott, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Dewey " — Hockey 1,2,3,4 — Am- erican Society of Mechanical Engi- neers 3,4,5 — Society of American Military Engineers 1,2,3,4,5 — Scabbard Blade 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Machinery Works Company. GEORGE E. STANFORD, JR. 32 Bayberry Lane Groton, Connecticut Electrical Engineering Nu psilon Zeta 1,2,3,4,5 — Dean ' s List 4,5 — Ski Club 1,3,4,5 — Radio Club 1 — Rifle Club 1 — Institute of Radio Engineers 3,4,5 — U. S. Navy Scholarship — Freshman Schol- arship — Chapman Foundation Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: United States Navy Underwater Sound Laboratory. ROBERT K. STANWOOD 280 Chestnut Avenue Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Bob " — Track 1,2 — Radio Club 1, 2 — Rifle Club 1 — Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Company — Wal- ham Electronics — Spencer Kennedy Labs, Incorporated. FREDERICK N. STEVENS 32 Hillside Avenue Everett, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Fred " — American Society of Me- chanical Engineers 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Ford Motor Company. GEORGE WILLIAM STEVENS 569 Belmont Street Belmont, Massachusetts Industrial Engineering American Institute for Industrial En- gineers 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Rec- ord : Houghton MifBin. RICHARD ROBERT STEWART 145 Evans Street North Weymouth, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering " Stew " — American Institute of Chemical Engineers 2,3,4,5 — Bask- etball 1,2,3,4 — Track 1,2,4 — Married — Co-op Work Record: Godfrey L. Cabot, Incorporated — Bethlehem Steei Company. RUSSELL EARL STINGEL 331 Essex Street Salem, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Married — United States Air Force (1949-1955) — Co-op Work Record: Bomec Labs. DONALD ROBERT SULLIVAN 153 Wood Street New Bedford, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Sully " — Married — United States Navy (1951-1955) —Co-op Work Record: Texas Instruments. EDMUND PATRICK SULLIVAN 118 Corcoran Park Cambridge, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Sul " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Fresh- man Honor List — Eta Kappa Nu 4, 5 — Institute of Radio Engineers 2,3, 4,5 — American Institute of Electrical Engineers 5 — Married (two girls) — United States Marine Corps (1952- 1955) — Co-op Work Record: Nu- clear Magnetics Corporation — Edgea- ton, Geameshausen and Grier. JOSEPH DANIEL SULLIVAN 62 Mapleto n Street Brighton, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Married — United States Navy, (1951-1955) — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Comstock Wescott — Sylvania. [98] PAUL EDWARD SULLIVAN 140 Lexington Avenue Cambridge, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering " Sully " — Dean ' s List 2,4,5 — Intra- mural Basketball 1,2,3,4,5 — Golf 3, 4 — American Institute of Chemical Engineers 2,3,4,5 — American Chemical Society 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Davidson Rubber Company — Monsanto Chemical Company — Bos- ton Woven Hose Rubber Company. RAYMOND K. SULLIVAN, JR. 5 Grove Street Hopkinton, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Sully " — Married — Dean ' s List 2. 3,4 — Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 — United States Marine Corps (1952-1955) — Co-op Work Record: Schofield Brothers — Fay, Spofford Thorn- dike. ROUBEN SURENIAN 81 Calumet Road Mount Per Dover New Jersey Electrical Engineering " Arabian Husky - Gus " — Rutgers University — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 — Tau Beta Pi 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Tung- Sol Electrical Company. FREDERICK SUSI 24 New Terrace Road Brookline, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Fred " — Dean ' s List 3 — Class Representative 3 — Institute of Radio Engineers 2,3,4,5 — American Insti- tute of Electrical Engineers 4,5 — Married (one boy) — United States Navy (1951-1955) —Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Sonar Laboratory. JOHN RUSSELL SWEENEY 29 Beechland Street Roslindale, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Russ " — Married (two boys) — American Society of Mechanical En- gineers 5 — United States Armj-. (1951-1954) — Co-op Work Record: Boston Edison Company — Bethle- hem Steel Company. EDWIN STANLEY TAGINSKI 49 Wahconah Street Pittsfield, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Tag " — Dean ' s List Student — Class Representative 4 — Married — Co-op Work Record: Robert B. Deloye. ROBERT HAROLD TANGUAY 75 Blossom Street Fitchburg, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Bob " — American Institute of Elec- trical Engineers — Institute of Radio Engineers 4,5 — Class Board 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Simonds Saw and Steel Company — Naval Air Test Center — Allied Research As- sociates. FRED J. TAYLOR 11 Tully Street Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts Industrial Engineering Fred " — Dean ' s List 1,3,4 — Am- erican Institute of Industrial Engi- neers 2,3,4,5 — United States Army, (1952-1955) — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Chrysler Corporation — Sylvan- ia Company — Maiden Knitting Mills. GEORGE HAROLD TAYLOR 158 Ward Street Roxbury, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Gig " — Married (one girl) — United States Navy, (1951-1955) — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon. WALTER TELESETSKY 86 Central Avenue Chelsea, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering Dean ' s List 3,4 — Football 1 — American Society of Mechanical En gineers 3,4,5 — Student Union 4 — Co-op Work Record: Chrysler Corp- oration — Microtech Research Com- pany, Incorporated. [99] MICHAEL TENORE 54 Oliver Street Somerville, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Sunshine " — Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2 — Eta Kappa Nu 4,5; Married — Rifle Club 1 — Institute of Radio Engineers 4,5 — Co-op Work Record; Raytheon Company. ANTHONY J. TESSICINI 179 Burlington Avenue Wilmington, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Tony " — Dean ' s List 4 — Pi Tau Sigma 4,5 — Intramural Basketball 1 2,3,4,5 — Freshman Football — Freshman Baseball — Co-op Work Record: Trans-Sonics Incorporated. EARL RUSSELL THOENEN 17 Storey Street Newburyport, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Earl " — Pratt Institute — Dean ' s List 2 — Married (one girl) — United States Army, (1953-1955) — Co-op Work Record: Bailey Com- pany, Incorporated — Commercial Filters Company — Sylvania Electric Company. CHARLES C. TILLOTSON, JR. 33 Plant Court Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Married (two girls) — Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 — Institute of Radio Engi- neers 3,4,5 — Camera Club 4 — United States Air Force (1951-1955); Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Com- pany. ■WARREN L. TOLMAN 30 Tenney Court Somerville, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2 — Pi Tau Sigma 4,5 — Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4,5 — American Society of Mechanical Engineers 1,3,4,5 — Rifle Club 2 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Company. LA ' WRENCE P. TORMEY 21 Mystic Street Brockton, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Larry " — Freshman Honor Roll — Dean ' s List 2,4 — Intramural Basket- ball 1,2,3,4,5 — Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 (■Vice-President) — Tau Beta Pi — American Institutes of Electrical Radio Engineers 2,3,4,5 — United States Navy, (1951-1955) — Co-op Work Record: General Electric Company. DANIEL PAUL TREFETHEN 545 Broad Street Portsmouth, New Hampshire Mechanical Engineering " Dan " — Co-op Work Record: Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. THOMAS CHARLES TROCKI 50 Dennis Street Roxbury, Massachusetts Mechanical Enginering " Tom " — Dean ' s List 3 — Rifle Club 1,3,4 — Intramural Basketball 4 — American Society of Mechanical En- gineers 4,5 — Married — Co-op WorK Record: Mason-Nielan — Barry Controls Incorporated. PAUL F. TROIANO 11 Bradeen Street Roslindale, Massachusetts Chemistry Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Academy 4,5 — American Chemical Society 2,3,4 (President), 5 — Co-op Work Rec- ord; Godfrey L. Cabot, Incorporated. RAYMOND CLARK TROTT 51 Fauntain Street South Braintree, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Ray " — Dean ' s List 2 — Institute of Radio Engineers 2,3,4,5 — Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 — United States Army (1953-1955) — Co-op Work Record: National Ssecurity Agency — Gabriel Electronics Division. [100] ROBERT T. TROY 10 Fellsway West Somerville, Massachusetts MechiiiiiCid Engineering " Bob " — ROTC Rank, 1st Lt, — Co-op Work Record: Hayes Pump and Machinery Company — Sanborn Company — Tru-Connector Corpora- tion. EDMUND TRZCINSKI 19 Paine Road Randolph, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Ed " — Married — Intramural Bask- etball 1,2,3,4,5 — Baseball 1 — Co- op Work Record: Comstock Wescott, Incorporated. ELDON JOSHUA TUCKER 6 Fidelis Way Brighton, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Tuck " — Baseball 1 — Married (two boys) — United States Army. (1952-1954) —Co-op Work Rec- ord: The Raytheon Company. WALTER L. VIGNAULT, JR. 45 Simone Street Methuen, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering American Institute of Electrical En- gineers 2,3 (Secretary), 4 (Vice- Chairman), 5 — Institute of Radio Engineers 2,3,4 (Vice-Chairman), 5; Military Affiliated Radio System 3 (Secretary) (Treasurer 4,5) — Co-op Work Record: — Merrimac- Essex Electric Company. BENJAMIN I. WALDMAN 8 Wilcock Street Dorchester 24, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Ben " — Hebrew Teachers ' College; Dean ' s List 4 — Rifle Club 2,3 — Political Club 2 — International Re- lations Club 2 — American Society of Mechanical Engineers 4,3 — Co-op Work Record: Walter Baker Choco- late. PETER JOSEPH WALLACE 10 Brookway Terrace Roslindale, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Married (one boy) — United States Air Force, ( 1951-1955) — Co-op Work Record: — Raytheon Com- pany. JAMES ANTHONY WALSH 6 Pinedale Road Boston 31, Massachusetts Civil Engineering ' Jim " — Vice-Chairman, Freshman Class — " Bulldozer " 4 (Editor) — Hockey 1,2,3,4 — United States Navy (1951-1952) —Co-op Work Record: Barnes Engineering — Edward Kelcey — Brask Engineering. JOHN JOSEPH WALSH, JR. 8 Maxwell Avenue Norwood Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Jack " — Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 — United States Navy, (1951-1954); Co-op Work Record: Fay Spofford Thorndike Incorporated. ROY FRANKLYN WALTERS 54 ' Victor Street Medford, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Moose " — American Society of Me- chanical Engineers 3,4,5 — Jazz Soc- iety 3 — United States Army ( 1952- 1955) — Co-op Work Record: Esso Standard Oil — Watertown Arsenal — Wentworth Institute. WILLIAM MARTIN WAREHAM 91 -A Bynner Street Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Bill " — American Society of Me- chanical Engineers 3,4,5 — United States Air Force (1950-1954) — Co-op Work Record: Mathewson Machine Work Incorporated. [101] THOMAS N. WATSON 10 North Avenue Norwood, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Tom " — Dean ' s List 2,4 — Ameri- can Society of Mechanical Engineers 3,4,5 — Married (one girl) — United States Army, (1954-1956) — Co-op Work Record: The Foxboro Com- pany. MELVIN SUMNER WEINBERG 339 Seaver Street Boston, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Mel " — American Society of Me- chanical Engineering 3,4,5 — Rifle Club 2,3 — International Relations Club 2 — Political Club 2 — Co-op Work Record: Kinney Manufactur- ing Division. RICHARD ARTHUR WHALEN 28 Walcott Street Natick, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Turk " — Hockey 3,4,5 — North- eastern University Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 DOUGLAS RAEBURN WHITE West Hawley Road Charlemont, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Doug " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Tau Beta Pi 4,5 — Beta Gamma Epsilon 2,3,4 (Treasurer) 3,5 — North- eastern University Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 — Society of Ameri- can Military Engineers 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Commonwealth of Massachusetts — Concord Natural Gas Corporation. JOSEPH ARTHUR WHITE 73 Smith Street Roxbury, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Joe " — Married (two girls) — United States Air Force (1950- 1954)— Co-op Work Record: Cle- vite Corporation — International Business Machine. CHARLES EARL WILLIAMS 11 Taft Hill Park Roslindale, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Chic " — Outstanding Military Stu- dent 3 — Married — Co-op Work Record: A. C. Peters — Poley-Ab- rams. ROBERT ALLEN WILLIAMS 75 Clark Street Lynn, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Bob " — Rifle Club 1,2 — Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Company — CBS Hytron — DATAmatic — AVCO Research and Development Plant. JOHN PAUL WILSON 25 Barnes Street Waltham, Massachusetts Industrial Engineering American Institute of Industrial En- gineers 2,3 (Treasurer 4,5) — United States Army, (1952-1955) — Co-op Work Record: Riverside- Press — National Security Agency. LAWRENCE R. WOODLAND 102 Parkview Road Waltham, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering " Larry " — American Institute of Chemical Engineers 2,3,4,5 — Ameri- can Chemical Society 1,2 (Secretary 3,4 )— Scabbard Blade 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Arthur D. Little, Incorporated. LEONARD P. ZABLONSKI, JR. 31 Forest Street Baldwinville, Massachusetts Mechanical Enginering " Zab " — American Society of Me- chanical Engineers 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Greenfield Tap Die. [102] ROBERT ARTHUR ZANETTl 3 Bock ley Street West Quincy, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering Dean ' s List — Mechanical Engineer- ing Honor Society — Pi Tau Sigma; Distinguished Military Student — American Society of iVIechanical En- gineers , (Secretary 4,5) — Mar- ried; (one girl) — ROTC Rank, Major — Co-op Work Record: Mathewson Machine Works, In- corporated. NON- PICTORIAL AARON LOUIS BARUCH 677 Woodward Avenue Brooklyn 27, New York Electrical Engineering " Baron " — Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn — Married — United States Air Force (1954-56) —Co-op Work Record: Republic Aviation Corpora- tion, Radio Corporation of America. GEORGE P. BOND, JR. 24 Kendall Street South Attleboro, Massachusetts Chemical Engineer " Phil " — American Institute of Chemical Engineers 1,2,3,4,5 — In- tramural Basketball 1,2,3,4,5 — Co- op Work Record: American Biltrite Rubber Company — Fram Corpora- tion. CHARLES FRANCIS CANALI 24 Selden Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Industrial Engineering Dean ' s List 4 — American Institute for Electrical Engineers 4 (Treas- urer), 5 (Chairman) — Co-op Work Record; Meizel Press Manufacturing Company; Northeastern University; Boston Gas Company; Raytheon Manufacturing Company. ROBERT PARKER BENNETT 11 Tetlow Street Boston, Massachusetts Industrial Engineering " Bob " — American Institute for In- dustrial Engineers 3,4,5 — Society for American Engineers 2,3,4,5 — Section Representative 5 — United States Navy (1951-55) — Co-op Work Record: Ford Motor Company. ALFRED HENRY BORNEMANN 50 Fuller Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Al " — Married — Co-op Work Work Record: Kinney Manufacturing Division. LOUIS VINCENT CAPUTO 22 Bacon Road Belmont, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering Co-op Work Record: United States Envelope Company, Masory-Young Company — Dewey- Almy. MATTEO PASQUALE BERARDI 40 Oliver Street Milford, Massachusetts Mechanical College of the Holy Cross — Pi Tau Sigma 5 — Section Representative 2, 3 — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Company. JOSEPH HOWARD BRINDLEY 38 Bataan Court Roxbury, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Howie " — Pi Tau Sigma 5 — Married (2 boys) — Co-op Work Record: Boston Gas Company; Mi- crotech Research Company. JOHN P. CARDULLO 15 Worcester Street Cambridge, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Program Editor " Random Noise " — American Institute Electrical Engin- eers — Institute of Radio Engineers — U. S. Air Force (1950-54) —Co-op Work Record: General Radio Co. THEODORE A. BERGSTROM 15 Ethel Avenue Peabody, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Ted " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3 — Northeastern Radio Club 2,3 — Institute of Radio Engi- neers 4,5 — United States Army (1953-55) —Co-op Work Record: Bomac Labs, Incorporated. ROBERT PETER BRUNO 18 Trowbridge Street Belmont, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Bob " — Baseball 1 — Auto Club 1; American Society of Mechanical Engineers 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Waters Manufacturing, Incorp- orated. RAYMOND C. CHARETTE 20 Landsowne Street Lawrence, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Ray " — Lincoln Tech — American Society of Mechanical Engineers 4,5; United States Army (1950-1953); Co-op Work Record: Hayes Pump Machinery Company; Lawrence Gas Company. WLLIAM JOSEPH BOCZAR 72 Fulton Street Lowell, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Bill " — American Institute for Elec- trical Engineers ' — Married (two boys) — Co-op Work Record: CBS Electronics. RICHARD L. BURKE 10 Blake Court Gloucester, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering American Institute of Chemical Engineers — Co-op Work Record: C. B. S. Electronics. [103] JAMES COLEMAN CLANCY 290 East Ninth Street South Boston, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Jim " — Wentworth Institute, — Married (one boy, 2 girls) — United States Army (1947-1948, 1950-1951) Co-op Work Record: Stevens Arnold Incorporated. MARTIN STEVEN COHEN I 73 Lucerne Street Dorchester 24, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering " Marty " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — ROTC Schol- astic and Achievement Award — Distinguished Military Student — American Institute of Chemical Engineers 2,3,5 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: General Foods, Corporation; Ticeston Hollingsworth Paper Company — Walter Baker Chocolate Company. RAYMOND KARL CRANNELL 31 Hazel Street OakviUe, Connecticut Chemical Engineering Camera Club 1 — Rifle Club 3,4,5 — American Institute of Chemical Engineers — ROTC Rank, Captain ; Co-op Work Record: United States Rubber Company. STANLEY J. DZIERZESKI 5 Pearl Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Industrial Engineer " Stan " — Rilie Club — American In stitute of Industrial Engineers ; Co op Work Record. Raytheon Manu facturing Company Bedford, Massa chusetts — Amory Foundry, Raythe on Manufacturing Company. WILLIAM BERNARD EISNOR 569 Neponset Street Norwood, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Bernie " — Married (one girl, one boy) — United States Army (1952- 1954) — Co-op Work Record: Nor- wood Controls. JOHN GORDON GRACE 5 Russell Street Quincy 71, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering American Institute of Chemical Eng- ineers 2,3,4,5 — United States Army (1951-1954) Co-op Work Rec- ord: Eastern Gas Fuel Associa- tion, Bryant Chemical Corporation. COLBURN R. GRAVES, JR. 233 Codman Road Norwood, Massachusetts ■ Mechanical Engineering " Colburn " — Married (one boy, two girls) — Dean ' s List 1,2,3, — Am- erican Society of Mechanical Engi- neers 4,5 — Pi Tau Sigma 4,5 — United States Army (1953-1955) — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Man- ufacturing Company — Bethelehem Steel Company. EUGENE EDWARD CURLEY 3 John Street Methuen, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Gene " — Married — Co-op Work Record: Avco Corporation. HERBERT SINCLAIR FERREN 62 Mineral Street Reading, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering Married (one boy, one girl) — Co- op Work Record: Massachusetts In- stitute of Technology, Seroclastic Research Labs, Hayden Harding Brichman Incorporated. PAUL ROBERT GUERRA 355 School Street Belmont, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering Dean ' s List 3,5 — American Institute of Chemical Engineers 2,3,4,5 — Society for Advancement of Manage- ment 3 — Intramural Basketball 3,4, 5 — Co-op Work Record : United States Envelope Company — The Carter ' s Ink Company. DONALD ROCKWELL DECKER South Road North Hampton, New Hampshire Civil Engineering " Don " — Northeastern University of Civil Engineers — United States Army ( 1 9 5 6- 5 7 ) — Co-op Work Record: Dana F. Perkins Sons, Incorporated. EDWARD LUCIEN DUCHARME 34 Montrose Street Somerville, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Ed " — Dean ' s List 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Manton-Gavlin Man- ufacturing Company, Incorporated. WILTON G. DUDLEY 171 Trenton Street Melrose, Massachusetts Industrial Engineering " Willie " — United States Air Force (1950-54) — Co-op Work Record; Sylvania Electric Products Incorporated. RICHARD WALTER FRENIER 197 State Street Montpelier, Vermont Chetnical ngineering " Gus " — Dean ' j List 3,4 — Silver Masque 1,2 — Co-op Work Record: Massachusetts Institute of Tech- nology. FLOYD M. GALBRAITH, JR. 4 Herbert Road Arlington, Mas sachusetts Mechanical Engineering Pi Tau Sigma 4,5 — Tau Beta Pi 4 — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Freshman Pi Tau Sig- ma Award — J. R. Rosen Scholar- ship — ROTC Band 3 — Married — Co-op Work Record: Threachwell Tap Die, Company: Barry Con- trols, Incorporated. WARREN DYGERT HADDON 698 Parsippany Boulevard Boonton, New Jersey Mechanical Engineering " Ren " — Beta Gamma Epsilon 2,3,4, 5 (President) — Inter-fraternity Council 2,3,4 (Treasurer) — Ameri- can Society of Mechanical Engineers 3,4,5 — Society of American Military Engineers 2, — Rifle Club 1,2 — Student Union 1 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: United States Army Ordnance Corporation. GEORGE WILLIAM HALE 250 Mill Street Byram, Connecticut Electrical Engineer " Bill " — Phi Gamma Pi 1-5— Mar- ried (two boys, one girl) — United States Navy (1952-54) — Co-op Work Record: United States Steel Corporation; New York Central Railroad; Raytheon A ' lanufacturing Company; Plymouth County Electric Company. JEROME ANDREW D ' URSO 11 Richard Street Maiden, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering United States Army (1952-55) — Co-op Work Record: Surban Electric Company, Raytheon Company. DOMINIC A. GARBARINO 28 Alder Lane Framingham, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering Co-op Work Record: Bay State Ab- rasives Company — Raytheon Com- pany. [104] BRUCE ALVIN HAYES 56 Pleasant Street Plainville, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering Married (one boy, one girl) — Am- erican Institute of Chemical Engi- neers 4 — United States Marine Corps (1952-1955) — Co-op Work Record: Hercules Powder Company; M C Nuclear Incorporated. FREDERICK LESLIE HAYNES 122 Chestnut St. Wakefield, Mass. Industrial Engineering Dean ' s List 4 — Scabbard Blade Scholarship 4 — Scabbard Blade 4,5 — Society for Advancement of Mechanical Engineers 3,4,5 (Presi- dent) — American Institute for In- dustrial Engineers .1,4,5 — Student Union 2,3 — ROTC Rank, Brigadier General; Service Record: United States Navy (1955-57) — Co-op Work Record: Rust Craft Publishers; Sylvania Electric — M.K.M. Knitting Mills — Charles Cushman Shoe Com- pany. EMMETT J. HEALEY 304 Winter Street Brockton, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineer " Jerry " — Rifle Club 1 — Art Club 2,3— Yacht Club 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: General Electric; Chrysler Corporation — J. W. Wood Company. WILLIAM A. HEALEY 5 Cottage Street Natick, Massachusetts Electrical Engineer " Bill " — Auto Club — Co-op Work Record: Detroit Controls Corpora- tion — United States Army, G.P.S. Instrument Company. JOHN JOSEPH HOVAN 49 Commonwealth Avenue Haverhill, Massachusetts Civil Engineering ROTC Academic Achievement Award 3 — Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society 3,4,5 — Scab- bard Blade — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Nessex Engineering Company, Town of Danvers. BERNARD BORIS HURWITCH 42 Favre Street Mattapan, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Bernie " — Married — United States Army (1953-1956) — Co-op Work Record: Boston Edison; Ad- vanced Industries; Massachusetts General Hospital; Hyperion Incorp- orated. DONALD FRANCIS KEANEY 518 Auburn Street Whitman, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Den " — Married — Institute of Radio Engineers — American Insti- tute of Electrical Engineers — Llnit- ed States Navy ( 1951-1955) —Co- op Work Record: Massachusetts Institute of Technology. JOHN J. KELLEHER, JR. 14S Garfield Avenue Lynn, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Married (one boy, one girl) — United States Navy (1951-1955) — Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Elec- tric Products Company — Suburban Electric Company — Raytheon. PAUL FREDERICK KELLY 88 Alban Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Kell " — News 3 (Photo Editor), 4 5 — Huskiers 3,4,5 — Photography Club 3,4,5 — American Society of Mechanical Engineers 1,2 — Co-op Work Record: American Condition- ing House — Republic Aviation Corporation. RALPH SIDNEY KLISKEY 13 Halford Street Gardner, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering American Society of Mechanical Engineers 5 — Co-op Work Record: United Greenfield Corporation. JAMES E. LAWRENCE, JR. 10 Symmes Street Roslindale, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Jim " — Married — Dean ' s List 3; Intramural Softball 2,3,4,5 — Intra- mural Basketball 2,3 — American Institute of Electrical Engineers — Institute of Radio Engineers 5 — Senior Week — United States Navy (1952-1955)— Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Company. ALBERT BOY LEE 456 Moody Street Waltham, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Co-op Work Record: Raytheon. CALVIN S. MACDONALD 1171 Franklm Street Stoneham, Massachusetts Cii ' il Engineering " Cal " — Yacht Club (Commodore 4, 5) — Ski Team 4,5 — Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Wil- liam S. Crucker Incorporated. ROBERT NESTOR MAKI 36 Wmslow Street Gardner, Massachusetts Ciril Engineering " Bob " — Band 1,2,3 — Northeastern University Civil Engmeering Society 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Charles A. Perkins Company. EDWARD JOSEPH MATHEWS 29 Payson Street Revere, Massachusetts Industrial En gin eering American Institute of Industrial Engineers 4,5 — Rifle Club 3,4,5 — Class Board 5 — Intramural Sports 1,4 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Machine ' Works ; Jackson More- land Fire Insurance Rating Associa- tion. MICHAEL NICHOLAS MATT 5 Atlantic Avenue Saugus, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Mike " — Married — Dean ' s List 2, 3,4 — Football 1 — Hockey 1 — NU Writer 4 — Army (1953-1956); Full-time. CALVIN STEWART McDONALD 1171 Franklin Street Stoneham, Massachusetts Cii ' il Engineering " Cal " — Yacht Club (Commodore 4, 5) — Ski Team 4,5 — Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Wil- liam S. Brocker Incorporated. THOMAS L. MCDONALD 26 Kensington Avenue West Newton, Massachusetts Electrical Engineer " Tom " — Co-op Work Record: Hauman Instruments — General Rad- io Company. WILLIAM B. lACONELLI 45 Skehan Street Somerville, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering " Ike " — American Institute of Chemical Engineers l,iA, ' — United States Navy (1951-1954) — Co-op Work Record: Northeastern Univers- ity. NED LEE 120 Hudson Street Boston, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering Freshman Honor List — Co-op Work Record: National Lead Com- pany, Sylvania Electric Products, Incorporated. [105] JOSEPH L. MC MANANNIN, JR. 132 Prospect Street Wakefield, Massachusetts Civil Engineering " Joe " — Northeastern University Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: New England Corporation Engineers. WILLIAM FRANCIS MC NEIL 408 Broadway Street North Attleboro, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering " Mickey " — Emerson College — Dean ' s List 2,5,4 — American Insti- tute of Chemical Engineers 2,3,4,5; Intramural Basketball 3,4,5 — Mar- ried (two boys) — United States Navy (1951-1955) —Co-op Work Record: Hercules Powder Company; Massachusetts Department of Public Health. FRANCIS JOSEPH MEDEIROS 3-A Benton Street Middleboro, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering " Fran " — Married — Dean ' s List Student 2,3,4 — Freshman Honor Roll — American Institute of Chemi- cal Engineers Award 2 — Tau Beta Pi Scholarship 2 — Sears B. Condit Award — Tau Beta Pi 3,4,5 — Am- erican Institute of Chemical Engi- neers ,2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: E. I. du Pont de Nemous Company, Incorporated. LEON MENZER 602 Walk Hill Street Mattapan, Massachusetts Chemical Engineer American Institute of Chemical En- gineers 2,3 (Secretary-Treasurer) 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Chrysler Corporation. RICHARD L. MUISE 18 Devon Road Braintree, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineer " Dick " — Co-op Work Record: Al- lis-Chalmers Manufacturing Com- pany. FRANK STEPHEN NIGLOSCHY 446 East Sixth Street South Boston, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Nick " — Co-op Work Record: Charles T. Main Incorporated. CHARLES EDWIN ODAMS 14 Henderson Road Woburn, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 — United States Army ( 1952-1954) — Co-op Work Record: National Company, In- corporated. THOMAS EARL ORMOND 42 Rawson Road Arlington, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Tom " — Married (one boy) — United States Air Force (1951-1955) : Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Man- ufacturing Company. WILLIAM K. PERKINS 108 Wilson Avenue WoUaston, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Perk " — " Willie " - Married —Rifle Club 1 — Husky Key 2— United States Air Force (1951-1955) —Co- op Work Record: Minneapolis - Honeywell. GLENN ALLAN PE TERS 32 Farrar Avenue Hyde Park, Massachusetts Chemical Engineering American Institute of Chemical En- gineers 2,3,4,5 — Student Union — Rifle Club 1,2,3,4 — Married — ROTC Rank, Major — Co-op Work Record: Harvard University. DAVID STEPHEN PICONE 43 Temple Street Arlington, Massachusetts Industrial Engineering ROTC Rank, First Lt. — Co-op Work Record: Lawson Machine Tool Company; William Underwood Com- pany. DANIEL REIS PIMENTEL 253 Bourne Avenue Rumford, Rhode Island Married (one boy) — United States Air Force (1950-1954) — Co-op Work Record: M. C. Corporation. ROBERT PAUL MEZONIS 47 Egerton Road Arlington, Massachusetts Civil Engineering Northeastern University Civil Engi- neering Society — United States Army — Co-op Work Record: Thom- as Murphy Company. ANTHONY L. PALMIERI 48 Rosemont Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Tony " — Section Representative 3, 4,5 — Camera Club 3 (Vice-Presi- dent), 4,5 — Band 1 — Co-op Work Record: Allied Research Incorporat- ed ; — Massachusetts Institute of Technology — Pneumatic Scales In- corporated. ROBERT JOHN REID 110 Fern Road Medford, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Bob " — Dean ' s List 3 — Eta Kappa Nu 5 — American Institute of Elec- trical Engineers 3 — Institute of Radio Engineers 4,5 — Rifle Club 1; Married — Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Electrical — Avco Research Development. JAMES WILLIAM MOFFITT 35 Bernice Avenue Brockton, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Moe " — Rifle Club 4 — Co-op Work Record: Brockton Edison Company — City of Brockton Engi- neering Department — Instrument Development Laboratory. EARLE B. PEARSON Box 30lC Route 1 Harbor Beach Mattapoisett, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineer ROTC Rank, 1st Lieutenant — Co- op Work Record : Bay State Abrasives U. S. Navy Underwater Sound Lab- oratory. ROBERT E. RISTOM 22 St. George Avenue Norwood, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineer " Bob " — Football 1 — Chorus 4,5; Silver Masque 4,5 — Student Union 3,4,5 (president) — Co-op Work Record: Ford Motor Company. JAMES ROBERT MOSTO 18 Pleasant Terrace Lawrence, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Jimmy " — Massachusetts Institute of Technology — Auto Club — Am- erican Society of Mechanical Engineers — Co-op Work Record: The Bailey Company Incorporated Avco Corporation. RADI PEJOUHY 70 Union Marshfield, Massachusetts Industrial Engineering Married — Co-op Work Record: Pneumatic Scale Corporation Limited G. P. S. Instrument Company, In- corporated. [106] JOHN FRANCIS ROGERS 8 Fisher Avenue Attleboro, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering United States Army (1957-59) — Co-op Work Record: Geilech Tan- ning Company — I. D. L., — C. I. Hayes. NANCY ANN ROURKE 53 Knollwood Drive Waltham, Massachusetts Industrial Engineering Dean ' s List 3,4,5 — American Insti- tute of Industrial Engineers 2,3,4,5 — Married — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Manufacturing Company. NEIL JOSEPH SMITH 357 Elm Street Gardner, Massachusetts Elei ' triCiil Engii eering American Institute of Electrical En- gineers 2,3 — Co-op Work Record: Machinery Electrification Incorporat- ed — Worcester County Electric Company. WILLIAM LINCOLN TISDALE 374 Middle Street Braintree, Massachusetts Industrial Engineering " Bill ' — Auto Club 2,3,4,5 (Vice President) — Society of American Military Engineers 3 — Co-op Work Record: South Shore Machine Com- pany. JAMES L. SANDONATO 79 Quarterdeck Road Quincy, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Jim " — Pi Tau Sigma 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Allied Research As- sociation — Boston Edison Company ; Bethlehem Steel Company. GERALD S. SCHNEIDER 19 Verndale Street Brookline, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineering " Jerry " — Silver Masque 1,2,3 — Co-op Work Record: Fairchild En- gineering — Raytheon Manufacturing Company. NORMAN SEGEL 80 Stratton Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Industrial Engineering Boston University — Dean ' s List 2, Married — United States Navy (1953-57) —Co-op Work Record: Polaroid Corporation. RICHARD F. SETTE 112 Jefferson Street Dedham, Massachusetts Electrical Engineer " Dick " — Married — Dean ' s List 2, 3,4 — Distinguished Military Stu- dent — Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 — Insti- tute of Radio Engineers 4,5 (Secre- tary) — Co-op Work Record: Gen- eral Electric • — Harvard University. PHILIP LOUIS STEVENS 7 Adams Street Roxbury, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Phil " — Radio Club 1,2,3,4,5 (Vice-President) — Married — Co-op Work Record: Graphic Arts Research Foundation — Diamond Antenna and Microwave. STANLEY E. SUNBURY 25 Worcester Street Taunton, Massachusetts Industrial Engineering " Steve " — Lowell Technical Insti- tute — Football 2 — Beta Gamma Epsilon Fraternity 2,3,4,5 — Married (one girl) —Air Force (1955-1957) Co-op Work Record: Geilich Tan- ning Company. FRANCIS PHILIP SUPRIN 19 Malda Terrace Hyde Park, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Soupy " — Football 1,2,3,4 — Intra- mural Basketball 1,2,3,4,5 ■ — Insti- tute of Radio Engineers 2,3,4,5 ■ — Service Record: United States Army (1953-55) — Co-op Work Record: Boston Edison Company — Raytheon. NICK A. TAYLOR 40 Cordis Street Wakefield, Massachusetts Mechanical Engineer Pi Tau Sigma 4 — Section Repre- sentative 1,2 — Co-op Work Record: Ford Motor Company. DONALD JAMES WALTMAN 3 Church Street Weymouth, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Don " — Married (one girl) — Freshman Honor List ■ — United States Navy (1951-1955) — Co-op Work Record: National Security Agency — Watertown Arsenal. ALBERT JOSEPH WYROSTEK 926 Dorchester Avenue Dorchester, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Sonny " — Dean ' s List 3 — Rifle Club 1,2 — Radio Club 1,3 — Cap- tain, — Co-op Work Record: Massa- chusetts Institute of Technology. WALTER ROBERT WYSOCKI 273 Lowell Ave. Haverhill, Mass. Electrical Engineering " Bob " — Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 — ROTC Scholastic Achievement 2 — Institute of Radio Engineers 2,3,4,5; Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 — Tau Beta Pi 4,5 — Student Council 3 (Ex-Offi- cio) ; Section Representative — Mar- ried — Co-op Work Record: National Company Incorporated — Western Electric — Avco. FRANCIS W. SMITH 776 Truman Highway Hyde Park, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Spike " — Married (one boy, 3 girls) — United States Air Force (1951-1955) —Co-op Work Rec- ord: Laboratory For Electronics. HAROLD WILLIAM TETO 39 Samoset Road Woburn, Massachusetts Industrial Engineer " Harry " — Married — United States Army (1953-55) — Co-op Work Record: Harvard School of Public Health — Northeastern University — ■ Raytheon Manufacturing Company. LOUIS JOSEPH ZRAKET 29 Hannagan Street Lawrence, Massachusetts Electrical Engineering " Lou " — Dean ' s List 4 — Section Representative 4,5 — American Insti- tute of Electrical Engineers A- — ROTC Rank First Lt. — Co-op Work Record: General Radio Company. [107] HIGHEST HONORS Craig Chandler Cleverley HIGH HONORS David Chambers Bumgardner Marie Lafy Clark George Robert Hohler Robert Ellengworth McClellan, Jr. Stephen Michael Smith Paul Francis Troiano David Warren Tutein HONORS Andrew Keiffe Ahem James Leonard Aldrich Gerald Paul Anderson Robert Paul Belliveau Peter Frederick Blewett Sidney Allen Cohen Barbara Louise de Lemos Roger Edmond Deshaies Louis Ralph DiMartinis John Edward Doherty John Patrick Duggan Marvin Mayer Fooks William Kindrick Goldsmith Gerald Richard Griffin Mary F. Kelly Dorothy Ziffer Kravett Gary Norman MacD ' ougal David Robert Nesselle Robert Edward Nylund Alberta Joanne Roman Sidney Rubenstein Richard Daniel Scarfo Norman Earl Tibbetts Ralph Gerard Tremblay David Alan Wagman Jacqueline Francis Ware Reginald Clair Weston Margaret Ann Whelen College of Liberal Arts [103] EPITAPH FOR Craig Cleverley They told me in the morning, while the sun Was rolling through the mountains of the east, While flimsy clouds and wind and sky as one Hung, pendantly, to honor the deceased. They told me, and the brightness of the day, Contrasting with the darkness of the deed, Seemed out of kilter with the even way He ' d worked and loved amongst us, as a seed So destined to grow tall and strong and straight Into the sunlight of accomplishment. He was the Hamlet of our day and time Who often thought too deeply and too much Upon the imperfections of mankind But could not reconcile himself to such. He never knew there was no need to run: Man ' s soul can cast its shadow on the sun! [109] HENRY ADLEMAN 967 Blue Hill Avenue Boston, Massachusetts Mathematics " Hank " — Marled (one girl) — Society for Advancement of Manage- ment 2 — Math Club 4 — Peace and Disarmament Forum 4 — Full-time. ROBERT F. AKINS 75 Bickford Road Braintree, Massachusetts Chemistry " Ace " — Silver Masque 4,5 — Am- erican Chemical Society 4.5 — Chorus 5 — Yacht Club lA — Class Cabinet 5 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Weymouth Art Leather Com- pany, Arthur D. Little, Incorporated ; Blane Corporation. LORETTA HAZEL BELLOTTI 115 Summer Street Arlington, Massachusetts Chemistry Gamma Delta 4, (Corresponding Sec- retary) 5 — American Chemical Soc- iety 2,.S,4,5 — Student Union 4,5 — Yacht Club 2,3 (Secretary), 4,5 — Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Massachusetts General Hospital — Godfrey L. Cab- PETER FREDERICK BLEWETT 83 Reed Street Rockland, Massachusetts History Government Dean ' s List 3,4 — International Re- lations Club 5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe. ROBERT GEORGE BOUCHER 116 North Pond Street Bristol, Connecticut Chemistry " Bob " — Dean ' s List 3,4 — National Science Foundation Undergraduate Research Fellow 5 — Gamma Phi Kappa 1,2,3,4 (Treasurer), 5 — In- ter-fraternity Council 2,3,4 CVice President, 5 — President Ameri- can Chemical Society 2,3,4,5. Co-op Work Record: Monsanto Chemical Company — Mallory Institute of Pa- thology — Northeastern University. ALBERT JOSEPH BOULANGER 84 West Concord Street Boston, Massachusetts Chemistry " Boone " — American Chemical Soc- iety 3,4 (Vice President), 5 — Work Record: Underwater Sound Laboratory — Waterlac Finish Com- pany — R.C.A. JOHN D. CARLETON 103 King Street Dorchester, Masachusetts English - Journalism " Jack " — Dean ' s List 4 — News 4,5 — Rifle Club 1 — Biology Club 3 — Politics Club 4 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Herald-Traveler. ERIE CHETWYND, JR. 110 Jones Drive New Britain, Conn. Economics Economics Club 4 — Yacht Club 4,5 — Alpha Kappa Sigma 4 (Treasur- er), 5 ( ' Vice-President ) . MARIE LAFY CLARK New Plain Road Northlield, Massachusetts English Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — News 4,5 — N.U. Writer 4 — Husky Hi-Liters 2,3,4,5 — Omega Sigma 3,4 (Omega Sigma Junior Ring Award), 5 — Sears B. Condit Award 5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe — Gillette Safety Razor Company — Boston Globe. CRAIG CHANDLER CLEVERLY 1 Wood Street Hopkinton, Massachusetts English Freshman Honor List — Academy 4, 5 — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — President ' s Letter 2,3,4,5 — Sears B. Condit Award 3,4,5 — Academy Award 2 — News 2,3,4 (Feature rewrite), 5 (Feature Eidtor) — NU Writer 4,5 (Editor) — Phi Alpha Theta 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Houghton Mifflin Company. [110] PETER FLEMING COBLEIGH 43 Prospect Street Melrose, Massachusetts English - JoiDiialism " Pete " — University of Massacliu- setts — News 3,4,5 (Sports Editor); Caulduin 4,5 (Sports Editor) — Co-op Work Record: Travelers In- surance Company — Boston Globe — New England Home for Little Wanderers. IRWIN COHEN 135 Spencer Dorchester, Massachusetts Chejnislrj " Irv " — American Chemical Society 4 — Cross Country 5 — Manager — Track 4,5 — Rifle Club 2 — Politics Club 3,4 — International Relations Club 3,4 — Co-op Work Record; Lukens Laboratories — Northeastern University. SIDNEY ALLEN COHEN 65 St. Mary ' s Road Chemistry Milton, Massachusetts " Sid " — Section Representative 2,3, 4,5 — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3,4— Co-op Work Record: Pilot Chemicals Incorporated ; General Latex Chemical Corporation. ■WINIFRED IRENE CONLIN Lincoln Road Lincoln, Massachusetts Sociology " Winnie " Dean ' s -List 2,3,4 — Class Cabinet 5 — Freshman Honor List — Omega Sigma 1,2.3 — Husky Key 3,4,5 — Gamma Delta 4 (Vice President), 5 (President) — Jazz Club 5 — Silver Masque 1,3,4,5 — Senior Week — Student Union 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: R. H. Stearns Company. ROBERT LYNAM CRANDELL 3 Newton Street Shrewsbury, Massachusetts Chemistry " Bob " — American Chemical Soc- iety — United States Army (1952- 1954). Co-op Work Record: Norton Company. ATHENA GEORGIA CRITIKOS 7 Frost Avenue Neponset, Massachusetts English Boston State Teacher ' s College — Dean ' s List 5 — Husky Key 2,3,4 (Recording Secretary), 5 — Silver Masque 3,5 — Class Cabinet 3,4 — Gamma Delta 4 (Junior Representa- tive), 5 — Junior Dinner Dance — Prom Committee 3 — Modern Dance Club 5 — History Club 5 — Cauld- ron 5 — News 3 — Co-op Work Record: Jordan Mar:h Company. ROGER EDMOND DESHAIES 12 Dewall Avenue Winthrop, Massachusetts Econo;nics " Rog " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Alpha Kappa Sigma 1,2,3, (Secretary), 4; — Sec- retary of Inter-fiaternity Council — Rifle Club 1 — Section Representa- tive 1 — Married — ROTC Rank, First LT. Full-time Student. LOUIS RALPH DiMARTINIS 66 Hodges Ave. Quincy, Mass. English " Lou " — Married — Freshman Hon- or List — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — foot- ball 1,2 — baseba ' l 1 — Intramural basketball — Co-op Work Record ' Boston Globe — Boston Traveler. MICHAEL DENNIS DIMODICA 1C8 Orleans Street East Boston, Massachusetts English " Mike " — St. Mary ' s University — Freshman football — United States Army (1955-1956) — . JOHN E. DOHERTY 244 Forest Street Medford, Massachusetts Biology ■Jack " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — The Academy 4,5 — Class Representative 2 — Nu Beta 1,2,3,4,5 — Husky Key 2.3 — Tennis Club 3,4 — Rifle Club 3,4,5 — Chess Club 3,4 — Co-op Work Record: Harvard Medical School. [Ill] PATRICIA MAY DONOVAN 69 Battery Street North Abington, Massachusetts Biology " Pat " — Omega Sigma 1,2,3 (Mid- dler Representative), 4 (Junior Rep- resentative 5 (Senior Representative); — Biology Club 1 — Basketball 2,3 — Silver Masque 1 — Co-op Work Record; New England Medical Cen- PAUL DANIEL ECKMAN 68 Essex Street Chelsea, Massachusetts History Government News 2,3 (Sports Rewrite Editor) — Jazz Club 5 — Section Repre- sentative 4,5 — Baseball Manager 4 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe. GEORGE JESS ECONOMOU 127 Prospect Street Newburyport, Mass. Physics Physics Society 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Avco Research and Ad- vanced Development Centre. ROBERT THOMAS FALLON 131 Blake Street Mattapan, Massachusetts Chemistry " Bob " — American Chemical Society 1,2,3,4,5 — Student Union 5 — Co- op Work Record: Bird Son, Incorporated — Raytheon Company. LORETA I. FEDOROVICIUS 104 Train Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Biology Omega Sigma 1,2,3,4,5 — Husky Key 1 — Women ' s Rifle Team 1 — Co-op Work Record: Friend ' s Beans; Lahey Clinic. JACQUELINE F. FERRAR 98 Franklin Street Wrentham, Massachusetts English " Jackie " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — In tramural Basketball 2 — Chorus 1 — Omega Sigma 1,2,3,4,5; (Recording Secretary) — Student Union 4 — Co- op Work Record: The Foxboro Company; Wrentham State School. HERBERT L FLETCHER 50 Spring Street Melrose, Massachusetts Biology " Herb " — Armed Forces Communi- cations Electronics Association 3,5 — Husky Key 1 2 — Rifle Club 1,2 — Co-op Work Record: Massa- chusetts General Hospital ; American Conditioning House; Boston Medical Lab, Incorporated. THOMAS FRANCIS FLYNN 12 Sheridan Avenue Medford, Massachusetts Bconomics Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Married (two girls) — United States Army (1953- 1955) — Co-op Work Record: Bos- ton Herald-Traveler Corporation; Boston Five Cents Savings Bank. CHARLES A. FULLER JR. 1188 East Street Suffield Connecticut English - Journalism " Charlie " — News 2 (News Rewrite Editor), 3 (News Editor), 4 (Man- aging Editor), 5 (Editor-in-chief) ' — Camera Club 1 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Boston Globe — Northeastern University. MARSHA C. GATONSKA 4661 Acushnet Ave. New Bedford, Mass. - Chorus 1,2, Silver Masque 1,2,3,4- 3,4. [112] RAYMOND GIROUARD 79 Rice Street Cambridge, Massachusetts Economics Baseball 1 — Married (two boys) — United States Army (1953-1955) — Co-op Work Record: Travelers In- surance Company. WILLIAM K. GOLDSMITH Chester New Hampshire Mathematics ' Ko " — Married — Boston College --Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Sears B. Condit Award 4 — Mathematics Club 4 — Peace and Disarmament Forum 4 — United States Navy (1952-1956). Co-op Work Record: Auco Corporation. DAVID MILTON GORDON 76 Langley Road Newton Centre, Massachusetts Physics American Institute of Physics — United States Army (1954-56) — Co-op Work Record: Auco Research and Development. SCOTT WILFRED GRANT 230 White Street Belmont, Massachusetts Chemistry " Scotty " — Dean ' s List 4 — Rifle Club 1,2,3, — Armed Forces Com- munications and Electronics Associa- tion 4,5 — American Chemical Soc- iety 2, (Treasurer) 3,4,5 (President) — Student Union 4,5 — Senior Week — Co-op Work Record: Compo Chemical Company — Godfrey- Lowell Cabot Carbon, Incorporated. GERALD RICHARD GRIFFIN 95 Washington St. Maiden, Mass. English " Ged " — Freshman Honor List — Married — Merrimac College — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Academy A- — United States Army (1952-54) — Full-time. DAVID F. HARLING 482 Washington Street Gloucester, Massachusetts BicAogy " Dave " — Pershing Rifles 1,2, — Co op Work Record: Gloucester By Products Incorporated — Children ' s Cancer Reasearch Foundation. ZELDA BEVERLY HOLTZ 25 Stearns Road Brookline, Massachusetts Economics " Zee " — Class Treasurer 4,5 — Husky Key Outstanding Middler — Alpha Psi Omega — Senior Week — Sports Letter 1 — Student Union 1,2 — News 1, (Librarian) 2, (Office Manager) 3 — Omega Sigma 1,2,3 — Gamma Delta 4,5 (Senior Representative) — Silver Masque 1,2,3,4 (Recording Secretary) 5 — Class Representative 2,3 — Junior Dinner Dance — Husky Key 1,2,3 4 (Treasurer), 5 (Secretary) — Psy- chology Club 2,3 Co-op Work Record: Boston Psychopathic Hospi- tal — Youth Service Board ; New England Food Fair; Campbell and Hall Incorporated. LESTER A. HOUSE 63 McLellan Street Dorchester, Massachusetts History - Government " Les " — Debating Society 2,3 — Co op Work Record: Powers, Hail Montgomery and Weston — Boston Herald-Traveler. ERVIN LEROY HUDSON 1 Woodbury Avenue Lynn, Massachusetts Sociology " Sid " — Dean ' s List 3 — Hus-Skiers 3 — Sociology Club 1,2,3,4 — Inter- rational Relations Club 3,4 — Chor- al Society 3,4 — Politics Club 3,4 — Co-op ' Work Record: Boston Globe. JOHN L. lERARDI JR. 46 Pleasantdale Road West Roxbury, Massachusetts English Advertising Club 2 — Co-op Wo: ' Record: Jordan Marsh Company. [113] STEWART JOHNSON Great Hill Marion, Massachusetts Mathematics " Stew " — American Institute of Physics 3,4,5 — Married (one boy) — Co-op Work Record: Massachu- setts Institute of Technology. WARREN DEXTER JUDKINS 11 Symphony Rd. Boston, Mass. Physics Service Record: United States Army (1951-53) — Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Manufacturing Company ; Walter Baker Chocolate Company. ROBERT R. KEENEY 151 Charlton Street Arlington, Massachusetts " Bob " — Band 1 — Armed Forces Communications and Electronics As- sociation 3,4 — ROTC Rank First LT. — Co-op Work Record: Wal- tham Field Station. MARY F. KELLY 175 West 8th Street South Boston, Massachusetts Biology Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4,5 — The Acade- my 4,5 — Omega Sigma 1,2,3 — Student Union 1,2,3 — Jazz Society 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: New England Deaconess Hospital — New England Center Hospital. NEAL FRANCIS KELLY 88 Alban Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Chemistry American Chemical Society 1,2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Randolph Manufacturing Company, Incorpor- ated; Bird Sons. NORMAN NORTON KRAVETZ 116 Wolcott Street Medford 55, Mass. Economics " Norm " — News 3 — United States Army (1953-1955). REDA LENDRAITIS 193 L Street South Boston, Massachusetts Biology Omega Sigma 1,2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston City Hospital. ALAN LENARD LEVANT 52 Sonnyside Street Hyde Park 35, Massachusetts English - Journalism " A " — Armed Forces Communica- tions and Electronics Ascociation 1 — Student Union 1 — News 1,2.4,5; NU Writer 5 — Cauldron 5 — News Alumni Award 5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe — Northeastern Press Bureau. LEONARD PAUL LEWIS 36 Surfside Road Lynn, Massachusetts Mathematics " Len " — Dean ' s List 4 — Pershing Rifles 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — Outstanding Senior ROTC Cadet Rifleman; Var- sity and ROTC Rifle Teams 1,2,3,5 — Scabbard and Blade — American Institute Physics 4,5. Co-op Work Record: Radio Corporation of America; Bemis Brothers Bag Com- pany. LINDA LOFCHIE 14 Highfield Rd. Quincy, Mass. Mathematics Northeastern University Civil Engi- neering Society 2,3 — Chapel Choir 1 2,3,4,5 — Debating 1 — Society of Wr-men Engineers 1,2,3,4,5 (Presi- dent) — Class Cabinet Representative 4 — Omega Sigma 1,2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Harry R. Feldman, Incorporated. [114] GARY NORMAN MACDOUGAL 7 Berlin Street Wollaston, Massachusetts English - Journalism " Mac " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3,4,5 — ROTC Academic Achievement Award 1,2,3,4,5 — Scabbard Blade 3,4,5 — Armed Forces Communications and Elec- tronics Association 3,4,5 — Prom Committee 5 — Rifle Club 4,5 — Married — United States Marine Corps (1953-1955) —Co-op Work Record: Boston Post — Boston Five Cents Savings Bank — House In- corporated. MELVYN L MARQUIS 33 South Onota Street Pittsfield, Massachusetts Chemistry " Mel " — New York University — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — American Chem- ical Society 2,3,4,5 — International Relations Club 3,4,5 — Politics Club 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Hevea- tex Corporation — Borden Chemical Corporation. RONALD W. MEDEIROS 363 Orchard Stret New Bedford, Massachusetts Economics " Ron " — Class President 2 — Class ■Vice President 3 — Class Secretary 4 ; Student Council 3,4,5 — Sophomore Middler Prom 3 — Silver Masque 2 — Co-op Work Record: The Standard Times. RICHARD ALAN MERCIER 186 Park Street Newton, Massachusetts English - Journalism " Dick " — Married — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — Advertising and Marketing Club — United States Army (1952- 1954) — Co-op Work Record: Geof- fry L. Cabot Incorporated — Fuller Brush Company — United Press In- ternational. JOHN N. MOCHI, JR. 17 Rock Hill Street Medford, Massachusetts Sociology Dean ' s List 3 — Sociology Club 3,4 (Treasurer) — United States Navy (1952-1956). dl ttiM ANTHONY FREDERICK NAZAR 40 Bancroft Road Wellesiey Hills, Massachusetts History - Government " Tony " — History Club, 4. DAVID ROBERT NESSELLE 30 Cutler Street Winthrop, Massachusetts Physics " Dave " — Freshman Honor List, Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — American In- stitute of Physics 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Record: Cabot Research Laboratory; Raytheon Company. ARTHUR FRANCIS NUGENl 3 Westminister Terrace Brighton, Massachusetts Chemistry " Art " — Freshman Honor List — American Chemical Society 1,2,3,4 — Section Representative 1,2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record Arthur D. Little, Incorporated. ROBERT E. NYLUND Brookside Road Nabnasset, Massachusetts Chemistry " Bob " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Acade- my 4,5 — Student Union 4,5 — Am- erican Chemical Society 2,3,4 (Treasurer), 5 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Bacon Laboratories; Raytheon Manufacturing Company. PETER ALAN PAIGE 21 Church Street Westwood, Massachusetts Mathematics " Pete " — Tufts University — Hus- Skiers and Outing Club 4 — Rifle Club 1.2 — Education Society 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Norwood Engi- neering Company, Incorporated; Na- tick School Department. [115] DONALD RAYMOND PROVASJ 107 South Main Bane, Vermont Ecoiwmici " Don " — Dean ' s List — Pershing Rifles 1,2,3,4,5 — Scabbard Blade 3 — Rifle Club 1,2 — ROTC Rank, Colonel — Co-op Work Record: Na- tional Shawmut Bank — South End Market — Boston Five Cents Sav- ings Bank — Liberty Mutual Insur- ance Company. DAVID IVAN RANDOLPH I Eldon Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Psychology " Dave " — Dean ' s List 3,4 — Class Board 2 (Vice-President), 3 (Secre- tary), 4 (Ex-Officio), 5 (Treasurer); Psychology Society (President 3,4,5) — Married (one boy) — Co-op Work Record: Quartermaster R D., Corps; Northeastern University. BARBARA MARIE RAPANO 54 High Street Stoneham, Massachusetts Sociology Sociology Club 4 (Secretary), — ■ Married — Co-op Work Record : Bos- ton Globe. ERUNO HENRY REPETA, JR. 21 Sowle Street New Bedford, Massachusetts History - Government " Mike " — University of Connecticut — Dean ' s List 2 — History Club 4 — International Relations Club 4 (Treasurer) — United States Army (1953-1956) —Full-time. WARREN B. RICHMAN 11 Dyer Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Chemistry " War " — Pershing Rifles 1,2 — Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association 3 — American Chemical Society 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Watertown Arsenal. LOUIS A. RIGALI 245 Main Street Medford, Massachusetts Chernistry American Chemical Society 4 (Treas urer), 5 (Vice-President) — Rifle Club 1 — Co-op Work Record: Acme Type Metal Company; Godfrey L. Cabot, Incorporated. STEPHEN WILLIAMS ROGERS 44 Townsend Road Belmont, Massachusetts History - Government " Steve " — University of Arizona — Dean ' s List 3 — Rifle Club 2,3,4 — History Club 2,3,4 — Politics Club 4; United States Marine Corps (1951- 1955). EDWARD B. ROLLINS, JR 40 Maywood St. Roxbury, Massachusetts English - Journalism Clara Joseph Ford Scholarship 4 — News Achievement Award 5 — NAACP Scholarship — News 1,2,3,4 (Sports Rewrite Editor), 5 (Associ- ate Editor-in-Chief — Cauldron 3,4,5 — NU Writer 3,4,5 (Co-editor-in- Chief) — Band 1,2,3,4 (Drum Major Band Council) — Track 1,2,3,4 (Captain) — Basketball 1 — Jazz Society 3,4,5 — Armed Forces Communications and Elec- tronics Association 1,2 — Jazz Society Combo 4,5 — Senior Week — Intramural Basketball 1 — Cross Country 3 — Class Representative 1 — Rifle Club 2, — Dance Band 5 Distinguished Military Student 5 — ROTC Rank, Captain — Co-op Work Record: Boston Post — Boston Globe. ARNOLD L. ROSS 67 Upham St. Maiden, Massachusetts " Arnie " — Band 21, 2,3,4 — Rifle Club 3 — Dance Band 1,4 — Psy- chology Society 4 (Secretary-Treasur- er). SIDNEY RUBENSTEIN 37 Mattapan St. Mattapan, Mass. Mathematics " Sid " — Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 — ROTC Rank, Captain — Academy 4,5 (Sec- retary Treasurer) — Glee Club 1 — Chess Club 2 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: New England Mutual Life In- surance Company. [116] FRANCIS K. RUOTOLO 82 Havre Street East Boston, Massachusetts English - jonriiiilism " Fran " — Married — Dean ' s List 4; Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe. CHARLES ALEXANDER RYAN 29 Hancock Street Medford 5 5, Massachusetts English " Charlie " — Freshn:ian Honor List; Dean ' s List 2,4,5 — Kappa lota-Epsi- lon 5 — Rifle Club 1 — News 2,4 — Student Union 1 — Marketing As- sociation 3 — Jazz Society 2, (I?resi- dent 3,4,5) — Student National Education Association 5 (Treasurer) — United States Army (1953- 1955) — Full-time. GEORGE HARVEY SAALFRANK 79 Abbott Street Lawrence, Massachusetts Sociology Chorus 1,3,4 — Sociology Club 3,4 CVice President). ALBERT JOSEPH SARGENT 337 Summer Street Manchester, Massachusetts Economics " Al " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Class Representative 1,2,3 — Phi Beta Al- pha 2,3,4 (Historian) — Student Council 3,4 — Society for the Ad- vancement of Management 1,2,3,4 (Treasurer) — Camera Club 1 — Senior Week — United States Air Force (1952-1956) — Full-time. JAY SAVAGE 22 Wallingford Road Brighton 35, Massachusetts History - Government Sociology Club 3 — Politics Club — ROTC Rank, First Lt. RICHARD D. SCARFO 168 White Street Belmont, Massachusetts History - Government " Dick " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Poli- tics Club 2,3,4 (Vice President) — International Relations Club 2,3,4 (Secretary) — History Club 3,4 (President) —Phi Alpha Theta 3,4 (Section Treasurer) — United States Marine Corps (1952-1956). JEROME BERNARD SELIGMAN 7 Egmont Street Brookline, Massachusetts Economics " Jerry " — Football 1 — Intra-mural Sports 1,2 — Sociology Club 3 — Full-Time. PAUL EDWARD SHANLEY 92 Robertson Street Quincy, Massachusetts Physics Dean ' s List 4 — American Institute of Physics 2,3,4 (Treasurer) " 5 — Co- op Work Record: Cancer Research Institute. RUTH S. SHEPARD 46 Lorna Road Mattapan, Massachusetts Sociology " Ruthie " — Dean ' s List 3 — Sociolo- gy Club 1,2,3,4 — Husky Key 1,2,3, 4 — Silver Masque 1 — Modern Dance Society 1,2 — Gamma Delta 3,4 — Cauldron 4 — Co-op Work Record: Braintree Schools. THOMAS JOB SHIRE, JR. 9 Mt. Vernon Terrace NewtonviUe 60, Massachusetts History - Government " Tom " — International Relations Club 2 — History Club 2,3,4 — Full-time. [117] STEPHEN MICHAEL SMITH 50 Moore Street Winthrop, Massachusetts Chemistry Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Freshman Honor List- — Academy 4,5 — Rifle Club 1, 2 — American Chemical Society 2,3,4, 5 — Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association 4,5 — Senior Week — Co-op Work Record: Arthur D. Little — Massachusetts Institute of Technology — North- eastern University. HARVEY A. STEIN 83 Corbet Street Dorchester, Massachusetts Chemistry " Red " — American Chemical Society 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Wey- mouth Art Leather Company — North- eastern University. SHELDON G. STERNBURG 77 Glen Avenue Newton Center, Massachusetts Modern Liinguages " Shelly " Dean ' s List 4,5 — French Club 4,5— ROTC Rank, First LT.— Co-operative Work Record: Boston Globe. SHELDON LEON STICK 936 V. F. W. Pkwy. West Roxbury, Mass. English " Shelly " — News 1,2 (Advertising Manager), 3 (Sports Editor), 4 (Managing Editor), 5 (News Ach- ievement Award) — Cauldron 3 (As- sociate Editor), 4 (Associate Editor), 5 (Editor-in-Chief) — Kappa Zeta Phi 3,4,5 — American Marketing Association 1,2,3 — Advertising Soc- iety 1,2,3 — Silver Masque 3,4 — Husky Hi-Liters 4,5 (President) — Rifle Club 1,2,3 — Armed Forces Communications and Electronics As- sociation 1,2 — Intramural Softball 1, 2 — ROTC Rank, Captain — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe — Curt- is Publishing Company. GEORGE WINFRED STINSON 124 Eastern Avenue Lynn, Massachusetts History - Government " George " — Rifle Club — Interna- tional Relations Club, — Sociology Club, — Intramural Basketball — ROTC Rank, First Lt., — Married. i mk DANA L. SZCZEPKOWSKI 412 Newbury Street Boston, Massachusetts Chemistry " Bridget " — Chapel Choir 1, — Omega Sigma 1,2,3,4,5, — American Chemical Society 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: General Latex Chemical Corporation ; — New England Center Hospital. NORMAN EARL TIBBETTS 19 South Street Brockton, Massachusetts Physics " Tibby " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Distinguished Military Student — American Insti- tute of Physics 2,3,4,5 — Armed Forces Communications and Electron- ics Association 4,5 — Married — Co- op Work Record: Quartermaster Research and Engineering Command; Wolf Research Development Company, Incorporated. ROBERTA COLLETTE TOBIN 25 Fen wick Street Somerville, Mass. English " Bobbie " — Married — Omega Sig- ma Cabinet 3 — Band 1,2,3 — Chap- el Choir 3,4,5 — Silver Masque 1,2, 3,4,5 — Alpha Psi Omega 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Arthur D. Little Incorporated; Godfrey L. Cab- ot, Incorporated. DANIEL L. TOOMBS 23 Maple Street Watertown, Massachusetts Chemistry " Dan " — American Chemical Society 2,3,4,5 — Student Union 4,5 — Co- op Work Record: American Oil Products Company; — Dewey Almy Chemical Company. ROY CONRAD TRULSON 15 Fairmount Road Reading, Massachusetts English - Journalism Cauldron 5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Herald-Traveler. [118] DAVID WARREN TUTEIN 190 Claflin Street Belmont, Massachusetts English " Dave " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Academy 4,5 News 1, (News rewrite editor 2,3) Student Union 1,2,3,4 — Politics Club 1,2,3 (Vice-President)— French Club 4 — International Relations Club 1,2,3 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe, Houghton Mifflin Company, Daggett Company. NON- PICTORIAL GERALD PAUL ANDERSON 242 South Huntington Avenue Boston, Massachusetts English " Jerry " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5, — Academy 4,5 NU Writer — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe — Houghton Mifflin Publishing Company — Northeastern University. DOROTHY A. WILSON 256 Newbury Street Boston, Mass. Sociology Dean ' s List 3 — Sociology Club 2,3; (President) 4 — Cauldron (Editorial Board 4) — News 3,4 — Chorus 1; International Relations Club 2,3. JEROME JOSEPH WILD 8 Carlford Road Jamaica Plain 30, Massachusetts Sociology " Jerry " — News 1,2.3 — Cauldron 3, 4 — Track 1,2 — Jazz Society 1,2,3; Huskiers 2,3 — Sociology Club 2,3,4; Psychology Club 2,3 — Politics Club 1,2,3,4 (Vice President) — Interna- tional Relations Club 4 — Senior Week — Full-time. PAUL DAVID BELANGER 368 Stafford Road Tiverton, Rhode Island Chemistry Married — American Institute of Chemical Engineers 2,3,4,5 (Class Representative) — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Firestone Industrial Products, Company — New Notions Incorpor- ated — Fall River Gas Company, Massachusetts Department Public Works. JOHN PATRICK DUGGAN 51 Navarre Street Boston, Massachusetts Physics " Dug " — Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 — Academy 4,5 — Physics Society 3,4, 5 (President) — Married (one boy) Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Man- ufacturing Company. MICHAEL S. DVORCHAK 313 ' Allston Street Brookline, Massachusetts History - Government Dean ' s List 2 — Basketball 2,3,4 — Baseball 2,3,4 — History Club 4 — Married — Full-time. RONALD J. GEROMINI 123 Gulliver Street Milton, Mass. Mathematics " Ronnie " — Co-op Work Record: Liberty Mutual Insurance Company. FREDERIC H. GOLDSTEIN 48 Hazelton Street Boston, Massachusetts Chemistry American Chemical Society — Co-op Work Record: Acme Type Metal, Northeastern University. ASTOR M. GOZELMAN 43 Heath Hill Brookline, Mass. Mathematics " Guz " — American Institute of Chemical Engineers — Co-op Work Record: General Foods Corporation; Raytheon. RICHARD ARTHUR GRAVES 76 Perkins St. Stoneham, Mass. English " Dick " — Rifle Club 1,2 — Full- time. CHRISTOS HAIDAS 22 Hudson Street Worcester, Massachusetts Mathematics Co-op Work Record: Massachu- setts Institute of Technology, CHRISTOPHER H. JACKSON 14 Dale Street Needham, Massachusetts English Dean ' s List 1,2 — United States Air Force (1952-1956) — Full-time. ROBERT FRANCIS KELLEY 83 Alstead Street Quincy, Massachusetts Economics " Bob " — Politics Club — History Club — International Relations Club — Married (2 girls) — United States Air Force (1951-1955) — Full-time. HARVEY A. KRASNEGOR 30 Stanton Road Brookline, Massachusetts English Dean ' s List — United States Army (1958) — Full-time. PAUL EUGENE MANNING 2 Church Ave. South Boston, Mass. Physics " Paul " — American Institute of Physics — Service Record: United States Air Force (1951-55) —Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Company. ROBERT E. McCLELLAN 25 Maple Street Canton, Mass. History - Government " Bob " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Phi Alpha Theta 3,4 (Vice-President) — Band 2,3,4 — History Club; Full- time. RICHARD DENZIL MOORE 243 Farrington St. Wollaston, Mass. Mathematics " Dick " — Married (One Boy - One Girl)— Dean ' s List 2,3 — United States Army: (1954-57), Full-time. ROBERT JAMES PERRY England Road North Attleboro, Massachusetts Mathematics " Bob " ' — Freshman Honor List, — Education Society 3,4,5 — Intramur- al Basketball 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Woonsocket Color and Chemical Company. ALBERTA JEANNE ROMAN 77 Deerfield Road Norwood, Massachusetts Modern Languages " Bunny " ' — Freshman Honor List — Dea n ' s List 2,3 — Cauldron 3,4 — International Relations Club 1, (Secretary 4,5) — News 1,3,4,5 — Omega Sigma 1,2,3,4 (Vice-Presi- dent) 5 (President) — Husky Hi- Liters 5 — Husky Key 1 — Co-op Work Record: Merril, Lynch, Pierce Fenner Smith, Incorporated — R. H. Steam ' s — Boston Globe. JOSEPH FRANCIS ROACH 21 Vista St. Roslindale, Mass. Physics Dean ' s List 2 — United States Navy (1951-55) —Co-op Work Record: Quartermaster R E Command. RAYMOND STEVEN SANTOS 24 Gold Street Lowell, Massachusetts History Government Dean ' s List 3 — History Club — Political Club — Institute of Radio Engineers — Married — United States Army (1953-1956) — Full- time. WILFRED GRANT SCOTT 230 White Street Belmont 79, Massachusetts Chemistry " Scotty " " — Dean ' s List 4 — Rifle Club 1,2,3 — Armed Forces Com- munications and Electronics Associa- tion 4,5 — American Chemical Soc- iety 2, (Treasurer 3,4), 5 (President) — Student Union 4,5 — Senior Week — Co-op Work Record: Compo Chemical Company — Godfrey Low- ell Cabot Carbon Incorporated. ROBERT EDWARD STACY 11 Irvington Street Boston, Massachusetts Prelegal " Bob " " - Co-op Work Record: Bod- ger Parrish, — Sullivan Frederick. ROBERT FREDERICK WILTON 48 Highland Road Somerville, Massachusetts English Hockey 1 — United States Army (1953-1955). [119] faculty [120] [121] Dr. William C. White — University Provost [122] William T. Alexander — Dean of College of Engineering Wilfred S. Lake — Dean of College of Liberal Arts Kenneth G. Ryder — Dean of Administration Roger S. Hamilton — Dean of College of Business Administration Christopher F. Kennedy — Dean of Freshmen Executive Council Gilbert G. MacDonald — Dean of Students Dorothy G. Dissell — Dean of Wonier Charles W. Havice — Dean of Chapel Lester S. Vander Werf — Dean of College of Education Roland H. Moody — Director of University Libraries William M. Stewart — Bookstore Manager Dr. Gilbert C. Garland — Director of Admissions Mr. Mackey and Prof. Morris — Assistant Registrar and Registrar [125] Charles E. Kitchin — Assistant Director of Student Activities Rudolph O. Oberg — Director, Alumni Relations Daniel J. Roberts, Jr. — Bursar Herbert W. Gallagher — Director of Student Activities [126] Edward W. Robinson — Director, Student Financial Aid SPEECH, DRAMA, and MUSIC Mr. Ferullo — Prof. Blackman — Mr. Brohn CO-OP DEPARTMENT I eft to Right : McMahon, Prof. Hancock, Prof. Dube, Prof. Wooldridge, Prof. Austin, Prof. Vrettos, Prof. Littlefield. Standing: Mr. Barbeau, Prof. Seaverns, Prof. Robinson, Prof. Borman, Prof. Field, Mr. Benson, Mr. Pratt, I ' .ir. Miller. [127] CHEMISTRY Left to Right: First Row: Dr. Shepard, Dr. Luder, Prof. Zuffanti. Second Row: Prof. Boig, Dr. Howell, Dr. Viola. Third Row: Miss Spinos, Dr. Cohen, Dr. Wiener, Dr. Jones. Fourth Row : Mr. Flynn, Mr. Chisdes, Mr. Bragole, Mr. Aleixo, Mr. Glazer. Fifth Row: Mr. Kane, Mr. Spangler, Miss Kitch- iner, Mr. Spinelli , Mr. DeSapio, Mr. Nelson. STUDENT ACTIVITIES Left to Right: Sitting: Prof. Kitchin, Miss Reuter, Mrs. Welles, Miss Coy, Mrs. English, Prof. Gallagher. Standing: Coach Bell, Coach Connelly, Coach Dukeshire, Prof. Tatton, Mr. Nelson, Prof. Walker, Mr. Kassabian, Prof. Zabilski. ECONOMICS Left to Right: Seated: Prof. Herman, Prof. Zymel- man. Prof. Horowitz, Prof. Fennell. Standing: Prof. Rosen, Prof. Ferles, Prof. Lyons, Dr. Killough, Prof. Leary. [128] C,OVi:RN ' i lliNT Left to Right: Seated: Prof. Wilfong. Standing: Mr. DeProspo, Prof. Greenwald, Mr. Mulkern, Prof. Barkley, Mr. Poor. MATHEMATICS Left to Right: First Row: Prof. Rudman, Prof. Antoine, Prof. Stubbs, Prof. Dunlap, Prof. Spear, Prof. Giveen. Second Row: Prof. Klein, Dean Wallace, Prof. DeRivera, Prof. Leary, Prof. Cook, Prof. Booth, Prof. Dean. Third Row: Mr. Schloss, Prof. McCallister, Prof. Shep- ardson, Frof. Staknis, Prof. Hamer, Mr. Claflin, Prof. Armknecht. [129] MODERN LANGUAGES Left to Right: Seated: Prof. Kitchin, Prof. Mezzacappa, Prof. Cooperstein. Standing: Prof. Ryan, Prof. Aluf, Mr. SpiegeL SOCIOLOGY Left to Right: Prof. Rubin, Dean Havice, Dr. Pitkin, Dr. Uhlinger. Left to Right: Prof. Rush, Mr. Davis, Prof. Lanza, Pof. Welch, Mr. Sullivan, Prof. Berry, Prof. Lacount, Prof. Baird, Prof. Grojean, Prof. Hardsog. PSYCHOLOGY Left to Right: Prof, Brannen, Prof. Zamansky, Prof. Pendelton, Prof. Warren, Prof. Scharf, Prof. Tucker. ENGLISH Left to Right: First Row: Prof. Holmes, Miss Rehm, Mrs. Richardson, Mrs. Vajda, Miss Dawson. Second Row: Prof. Norvish, Prof. Marston, Dean Melvin, Prof. Barrs, Mr. Fuller. Third Row: Mr. Baldwin, Prof. Howes, Mr. Roberts, Mr. Burke, Mr. Vaccaro. Fourth Row : Mr. Smith, Mr. Hopkins, Mr. Long, Prof. Reynolds. Fifth Row: Mr. Chartier, Mr. Blanch, Mr. Stoddard, Mr. Connelly. Sixth Row; Prof. Skiffington, Prof. Khir- halla. Prof. Blois. " ' HISTORY Left to Right: Seated: Mrs. Storella, Prof. Cutts, Prof. Mark. Standing: Prof. FuUington, Prof. Bishop, Prof. Rosenblatt, Mr. Howard, Mr. Shefftz. BIOLOGY ' Left to Right: Prof. Preble, Mr. Jankowski, Prof. Goolsby, Prof. Riser. FINE ARTS Left to Right; Seated: Prof. Meserve, Prof. Holden. Standing: Prof. Davis, EDUCATION Left to Right: Seated; Mrs. Danielson, Dean Vander Werf, Miss Lee. Standing: Prof. Durham, Prof. Marsh, Prof. Cavanagh, Prof. Haley. FINANCE AND INSURANCE Left to Right: Seated: Prof. Tucker, Prof. Willett. Standing: Mr. Parsons, Prof. Rugina, Mr. Crowe, Prof. CeruIIo. BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Left to Right: Seated: Prof. Keith. Standing: Prof. Myers, Prof. Button, Prof. Scioletti, Prof. Poston, Dean Gubellini, Prof. Caruso. r cP Ci ACCOUNTING Left to Right: Seated: Prof. Slavin, Prof. Golemme, Prof. Armen, Prof. Malchman. Standing: Mr. Downey, Mr. DiLego, Mr. D ' Amelio, Mr. Lovely, Mr. Landry, Mr. Itzkowitz, Mr. Guilmet. MARKETING AND ADVERTISING Left to Right: Seated: Prof. Dufton, Prof. Coons. Stand- ing: Prof. Kibarian, Prof. Borden. GRAPHIC SCIENCES ILI ' mrnifflLeft to Right: Seated: Prof. Devine, Prof. Rook, Prof. Cushman. Standing: Prof. Lang, Prof. Kreimer, Prof. Brown, Mr. Woodward, Dr. Hsiang, Mr. Truesdale. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Left to Right: Seated : Prof. Kvale, Prof. Lob, Prof. Chang, Prof. Essigmann, Prof. Cleveland, Prof. Rochefort. Stand- ing: Mr. Kernweis, Prof. Carrabes, Prof. Cochrun, Mr. Tsen, Prof. Carter, Mr. Martin, Prof. Bach, Mr. Streips, Mr. Fur- ciniti, Mr. Averill. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING Left to Right: Mr, Miserlis, Prof. Morgan, Prof. Baker, Prof. Troupe, Mr. Choo. INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING Le. ' t to Right: Prof. Nordstrom, Prof. Keating, Pro! Freeman. CIVIL ENGINEERING Left to Right: Seated: Prof. Sanderson, Prof. Baird, Prof. Spencer. Standing: Dean Hankinson, Dean Gramstorff, Prof. Lenney, Prof. Ci)lenian. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Left to Right: First Row: Mr. Wright, Prof. Phalen, Prof. Yorra, Prof. Ferretti, Prof. Stearns, Prof. Berry. Sec- ond Row: Mr. Marino, Prof. Blanchard, Prof. Foster, Prof. Bruehl, Prof. Mills. Time for a coffee break. " Is that for me? " [136] MtMties [138] c [139] LEFT-TO-RIGHT: Wilson, Chandler, ( Managing Editor), Stick (Editor-in-Chief), Marston (Advisor), Roman, Rollins. 2nd Row: Bond, Fuller, Gregory, Clark, Nunes, Powers. 3rd Row: Cleverly, Smith, Parziale, Levant. It all began about 16 or 17 months ago when four seniors and two juniors decided to defy North- eastern tradition by not only putting out the biggest and best CAULDRON, but also to finish it by September. As happens at times, " the best laid plans of mice and men go astray. " Such was the fate of this carefully conceived idea. Some amount of face was saved as the man ' s part of this year book fulfilled its destiny by being the biggest and best ever. On the other hand, the mice fell down under their staggering load of classes, jobs, social affairs and-alas-deadlines. With the advent of Fall registration the CAULDRON began to boil. Data sheets were passed out and picked up, picture schedules were set up, myriads of telephone calls to the printer and lots of typing was done as the data sheets began to trickle in. As with most organizations some members drop out and others take their place. One of these new- comers, Jim Powers, put in so much effort that he was elevated to the position of Co-ordinating Editor. Along with Jim, the Editorial board consisted of Foster Chandler, Managing Editor ; Andy Parziale, Activities; Pete Cobleigh, Sports Editor; Frank Padalaro, Business Manager; Bryant Rollins, Poetry and ROTC; Walt Perry, Art work and cover, Larry Blumsack, Senior Week pictures; Craig Cleverly, Historian and Don Netto, Photo Editor. Others who were not on the Editorial Board, but without whose help this annual would not have come out are: Bob Nunes, Dorothy Wilson. Alan Levant, Athena Critikos, Roy Trulson, Don MacAulay, Pete Dwyer, Ken Gilbert and of course Professor Marston. Cauldron [140] Sdita% at 74Ja% The " Broadway Beat " [141] Big man. Where do you think the money for the CAULDRON comes from? [ 142 ] " Is it morning yet? " As usual the " hard working " CAUL- DRON staff decided to have the annual finished by the first deadline. Also as usual the " hard working " staff decided to move the deadline ahead. However as graduation rolled around we were determined to have the year book out sometime in the fall term. Of course we ran into the usual obsta- cles such as 280 Huntington Avenue and late data sheets, but we feel that we have turned out a product the Class of I960 can be proud to call its own. Besides being the largest CAULDRON ever, this year ' s edition can boast of being the first with a four color cover. Other firsts included a bicycle exhibition in the quadrangle by a certain CAUL- DRON editor as he was chased by the bike ' s irate owner of female gender. Contrary to reports that wierd noises were heard coming from the Cauldron of- fice late spring and summer nights, these sounds were merely the " pleasant " har- mony of tired voices singing in a most conservative fashion to keep each other awake. " Should I Plagiarize. ' " The retiring staff o£ the Northeastern NEWS, affectionately referred to by Business Administra- tion students as " Hate mongers " and rabble rou- sers, " successfully published twenty-nine regular issues of large, interesting and often multi-colored newspapers. With Charlie Fuller and Bryant Rollins at the helm, the NEWS was awarded the " First Class " rating in the Associated Collegiate Press ' National competitions. The NEWS achieved new heights in the field of editorial effectiveness this year. A controversial Di- vision B editorial on " Cheating " drew the wrath of the College of Business Administration and resulted in the NEWS being hung in effigy from a tree in the quadrangle. Not to be outdone by Division B, one of Division A ' s editorials resulted in the chang- ing of an " immoral " MTA sign, while another re- sulted in an accrid reply from the MIT TECH. A third, by Bryant Rollins on the sentiments of a negro in a leadership position, was reprinted by the University of Massachusetts COLLEGIAN and two large negro newspapers. Other journalistic lamposts were lighted by Charlie Fuller ' s exciting " Inauguration of President Knowles " insert, Foster Chandler ' s handling of the two color process and Division A ' s offset insert is- J ews sue; Pete Cobleigh ' s delightful sports columns. Bob Pitts ' music review columns, Harold Bond and Craig Cleverly ' s " All Hail " columns. Shelly Stick ' s editorials and Marie Clark ' s " Reviews and Pre- views. " NEWS Achievement awards were presented to Shelly Stick, Charlie Fuller, Foster Chandler and Bryant Rollins at the annual NEWS Banquet, while Dotty Wilson was presented with the NEWS Senior Award, for the senior who had contributed most to the NEWS, but had not held an editorial position. Once again the NEWS presented its Eugene Awards to five outstanding members of the Silver Masque and awarded the Most Improved Player and Athlete of the year awards at the annual Sports Banquet. Professor Everett C. Marston, our advisor, re- turned from Germany and announced his retirement as NEWS advisor effective July, I960 — much to the dismay of the NEWS staff. When it was announced that Captain Charles Skinner, who had acted as ROTC Public Informa- tion Officer to the NEWS for the past two years would be re-assigned to Formosa, he was made an Honorary Editor of the NEWS at a special meeting and presented with a NEWS Editors ' Key. Row I, Left to Right: F. Chandler, S. Stick, B. Rollins, E. C. Marston, C. Fuller. Row II, Left to Right: Alan Levant, Harold Bond, Alberta Roman, Marie Clark, Sue Gregory, Dorothy Wilson, Bob Nunes. Row III, Left to Right: C. Cleverly, Bob Pitts, Andy Par- z:a!e, David W. Smith, Bernard Bloom, Saul Beaumont, Steve Green n 11 % f " Won ' t they e er Icain how to spell? " While the common adage " no news is news " may he the unscrupulous motto for other journalistic circles, no such thought enters the minds of North- eastern NEWS members. As a m,atter of fact, NEWS editors go to all sorts of ex- tremes just to create news. Like writing editorials on cheating. Or condemning the Greenleaf Building. It was not all work and no play. For relaxation one could always throw a few chairs around. Many a professor walked away from the NEWS office shaking his head and mumbling under his breath af- ter watching NEWS staffers participate in their second favorite indoor sport of playing baseball with the proof mats. The year which produced bigger issues and more color than ever before was cli- maxed by the annual NEWS Banquet which many considered rather stimulat- ing. After the banquet a party was held at the apartment of a certain Editor-in- Chief, which many considered even more stimulating. " Testing — one — two — three " Much Ado About Nothing " [ 145 ] Arousing the vengeance of a badly shaken student body with exposes on cheating and various other sundry activities, the NEWS editors, proud of their rabble rousing efforts, recovered the dummy hung in eifigy from a tree in the Quadrangle and proudly displayed it in the sacred sanctum sometimes termed the " inner office. " Foster T. Chandler Joan Hearn Harold Bond Pete Cobleigh Andy Parziaie Bob Nunes Earl Bergmann Peter Dwyer Bob Jenkins David (Chops) King Larry Manisoff Ed Murad Sandra Peterson EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Charles Fuller ASSOCIATE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Bryant Rollins BUSINESS MANAGER Frank Padellaro MANAGING EDITOR NEWS EDITOR FEATLIRE EDITOR SPORTS EDITOR NEWS REWRITE EDITOR FEATURE REWRITE EDITOR SPORTS REWRITE EDITOR PHOTO EDITOR ART EDITOR ADVERTISING MANAGER CIRCULATION MANAGER LIBRARIAN Sheldon Stidc Robert Anglin Craig C. Qeverly Anthony C. Peao Richard J. Calaodrella Alberta Roman James Ryan Walter Perry Bernard Bloom David Smith David Perez in 1916, acccording to the record, a little to ' jr-page, three-column publication called Tke Co-op was launched at Northeastern, " through the efforts of Mr. Ell, " said the first number. In later years it became The Tech, fused with the B.A. Bulletin, and became the News. Through the years there always has been a small hard core of bright, conscien- tious, articulate, aggressive, fanatical stu- dents willing and able to produce a news- paper, to maintain and intensify standards, to lose sleep and cut classes, and to brace themselves weekly for the barrage of com- ment from people who had not cut classes and lost sleep in order to produce a news- paper. For more years than a few I have known those fanatical editors and staffers, and both they and the years have been harrowing and wonderful. No caption necessary. Everett Marston [147] Continuing in the tradition set two years ago when the NU Writer was launched, this year ' s editors — Bryant Rollins and Harold Bond — weathered wind and storm, held dear to their hearts their visions of literary sugar plums, and put out the i960 issue of the maga- zine. Somehow the editors managed to remain mentally intact, though some will dispute the point, in the frantic rush to meet their deadline. A few weary minds did temporari- ly crack under the strain, however, but were summarily patched up after a soothing perusal of Shakes- ,ieare. Although the NU Writer did not quite reach the level of the Atlantic Monthly (but don ' t tell the editors that . ' . ' ?. ' ?. ' ?) ... b iamm iftcm tAe iw id. The contents of th e magazine included six short stories, a play in blank verse, and ten other poetry pieces. Art work by Walter Perry, Ro- bert Jordan and David King de- picted interpretations of the stories and poems. In the non-literary area, Phil Ryan and Bob Kershaw were business managers; Foster T. Chandler Jr., Charles Ryan and Edwina Nary were editorial assist- ants; and Linda Evans, Steve Green and Andy Parziale were technical workers. Mr. William T. Burke was advisor. Looking forward to next year, the editors are hoping, with stu- dent support and response, to im- prove the content and format of the magazine, and are envisioning the day when the NU Writer will become a semi-annual. Row I, Left to Right: Harold Bond, Marie Clark, Dotty Wilson, Bryant Rollins. Row II: Al Levant, Dave Smith, Andy Parziale, Foster Chandler, Jr. [148] C m amM. ' " " ' S ! 11 n b Row I, Left to Right: Fred LaPlante (co-prod, man., Div. B), Robert W. Jones (bus, man.), Richard B. Rice, Jr. (pres. B), Eugene J. Blaclc- man (adv.), Charles M. Devlin (assistant), Thomas McKee (pres. Div. A), Larry Blumsack (prod, man., Div. A), William J. Farrell (co-prod. Div. B). Row II: Gail Silverstein, Joyce Ann Deneault, Zelda Holtz (sec), Robert Nunes, Charles L. Saccando, Irving W. Gates, Barbara Kaye, Athena Critikos, Joan Cook, Theresa Chiacchia. Row III: Harold Kimball, Robert E. Ristom, Richard D. Hillman, Alex A. Kondracki, Bill McLucas, Robert W. Kershaw, Aaron Ettinger, Robert Hassiger, James Boynton, Bruce Wiley, Donald Maurer. In every one of its four productions of tlie year, Silver Masque accepted the challenge that top Broad- way comedy and drama had to offer. The cool fall was transformed into a warm Okina- win summer with John Patrick ' s delightful comedy " Teahouse of the August Moon. " Senior Joe Curran made his debut in the Masque as the blustering Colo- nel Purdy. In undergraduate days Joe was bouncing a basketball down Northeastern ' s court during Silver Masque rehearsals. Alex Kondracki won the Eugene Award for the best supporting actor in his portrayal in " The View from the Bridge. " The climax of the evening came when the curtains opened on the enchanting and oriental teahouse de- signed by the Masque ' s own Larry Blumsack. The set was built so that the villagers could dismantle and as- semble it in a matter of minutes. Division B went on to present one of the theaters most sensitive and controversial dramas; Robert An- derson ' s " Tea and Sympathy. " The audience ' s remarks centered around both the excellent sets and the acting. Tom McKee won the Eugene Award fo rthe Best Actor in his sensitive portrayal of Tom Lee, the shy inhibited student. However, the true lead of the play is Laura. Marsha Gatonska rightfully earned the Eugene Award for the Best Actress in her portrayal of this challenging part. The last and usually favorite of all Masque ' s pro- duction is the annual musical. Joshua Logan ' s warm and colorful drama musical " Fanny " was this year ' s choice. The warm music combined with the delightful French humor to form a show full of color and zest. " Fanny " also unlike most musicals set the stage fcr some dramatic acting. Marsha Gatonska played a sweet Fanny in contrast to her bold hussy of a Mother. The part of Honorine, Fanny ' s mother, earned Linda Evans 63LA the Eug ' ne Award for Best Supporting Actress of the Year. Sillier Masque [149] Photos by Chandler W. Jones [150] " Please to introduce myself — Sakini by name. " A O Row I, Left to Right: Theresa Chiacchia, Richard B. Rice, Jr., Eugene, J. Blackman (adv.). Charles M. Devlin, Thomas McKee, Barbara Kaye, Zelda Holtz. Row II: Lawrence J. Blumsack, William J. Farrell, Robert W. Jones. Winter ' s royalty Wait till next year Mus-skkrs Row I, Left to Right: Jill Kitchiner, Jean Hodgson (sec), Tom Ekkstrom (vice-pres.), Bob Larson (pres.), James S. Bagley (treas.), Jane E. Northall, Peggy V. Sheehan. Row II, Left to Right: Tom Nelson, Lorraine Snyder, Dorothy Clark, Marion Tyler, Janet Mur- rin, Tudith Barrett, Peter Dwi ' er. Row III, Left tn Richt: Kenneth Lee Sumner, Tim Prtsscy, Al Baptiste, Kevin McCarthy, Douglas M..rruw. l-rcd S.iv.in, Dun.ild W ' lrt. .Xi.nnan " i -.-. l r.u, Chandler. [152] m Row I, Left to Right: Sally McLarnon, Margy Murray, June Miles (corres. sec), Zelda Holtz (rec. sec), Jack Cochrane (pres.), Paul Gallagher (vice pres.), George Brewster (treas.), Ruth Shepard. Row II: Edward L. Dolby, Robert E. Binder, Gail Burns, Jan Rice, Janet ' Wildman, Norma Shor Winnie Conlin, Athena Critikos, Paul E. Fitzhenry, Richard M. Becker. Row III: Richard Crawford, Harvey J. Beth, Alan G. Hurwitz, Tom Eric Lagerloef, Robert I. Livingston, Stephen Tamkin, Norman Seligman. Muskey Key " Picnic Row I, Left to Right: June Miles. Alan Bloom. Row II: Gail Burns, Joanne Broude, Nancy Gavin, Joyce An.i Deneault, Murray. (Cheerleaders [154] Student Council Row I, Left to Right: Albert Sargent, Sandra A. Nenart, Charlotte Baron (sec. Div. B), William L. Ryan (pres. Div. B), Dean Mac- Donald (adv.), John Quinn (pres. Div. A), Jim Love (vice pres.), Bennett Bradford (sec.-treas. Div. A), Robert Concannon. Row II: Gary Orloff, Irving Gates, Benjamin Gerson, George R. DeVaux, Susan A. Feeney, Thomas A. Cavanaugh, Charles H. Starkowsky, Martin A. Patt, Jerrald M. Vengrow. Row III: Robert W. Horn, Yale N. Patt, Michael J. Cronin, Charles J. Crockett, F. Edward Trainor, Robert H. Simmons, Ronald W. Medeiros, Daniel C. Osborn. " Have we ever considered purchasing cows.- " % Student UmoH Row I, Left to Right: Marietta Nigrelli, Ruth Davidson, Joan Cook, Emilia Landy, Robert Ristom, Nancy Gavin, Loretta Bellotti, Natalie Glidden. " Row II: Mrs. Peppard, Gail M. Silverstein, William A. Marcous, Nicholas Shestople, Walter Novak, Melvin Bot- sian, Charles L. Williamson, Walter Fasser, Robert Nylund, Herbert FalkofF, Prof. George R. Fennell (adv.). Row III: Fred Abrams, Sumner Gordon, Robert N. MacCalkim, Bill McLucas, George King, George Blaisdell, Scott Grant, Barry Fine, Louis Bertolami, Jerome B. Widershien. k ■ i .jj -S H Its the boys ' turn in the kitchen. " May I remind i:he General Assembly- [156] Row I, Left to Right: Charles A. Ryan, Araato A. Picardi, William J. Dutczak. Martin Glickman, PrisciUa Sullas. Row II: Right to Left: Mike Konowitz, Andrew Parziale, Bill McLucas, Bryant Rollins, Bob Pitts. pzz Society " Like wow " The Jazz Society presents- [157] f f ? f 1 Row I, Left to Right: Linda Lofchie, Roberta Tobin, Gail Wellington, Patricia DonoMin, Elizabetti Anderson. Row II: Juditli Anderson, Jaqueline Farrar, Frances Leone, Mary Dunn, Mary Ann Griciunas, Barbara Strojny, Nancy McLean. [158] r V ■Row I, Left to Right; Gail Burns, Norma Shor (treas.), June Miles (rec. sec), W. Conlin (pres.), Janet Wildman (vice pres.), Loretta Bellotti (corres. sec). Row II, Left to Right: Mary Parrott, Jan Rice, B. Kaye, A. Critikos, Z. Holtz, Joanne Brounde. " It was like this girls. Who invited that ? " Woman of the Year " — Winifred Conlin [159] Wj- ' ' pe Row I, Left to Right: William Hession, Richard M. Becker, RobertF. Blaha (pres.), Robert W. Kershaw (treas.), Frederick R. Strobel (sec), Robert G. Boucher (pres.), Lynn D. Kanowith, Larry Blumsack. Row II: Edwin A. Mitchell, Richard D. Hillman, Daniel G. Dufresne, Andrew Parziale, Alan G. Hurwitz, Stuart Hamilton, Norman Seligman, Peter Morse, Jason L. Brooks. " " S j 3 f m «s % % »A BTE Row I, Left to Right: Raymond H. Kendall, Michael W. Hutchinson (treas. Div. A), Jack Cochrane (sec. Div. A), Robert Lee (vice pres.). George M. iVIcCoy (pres. Div. A), Warren Haddon (pres. Div. B), George F. Shinopulos (vice pres. Div. B), David R. McKeen (sec. Div. B), Don Hayes. Row II: Richard Blaha, Bruce Davidson, Larry Finder, Richard Harrington, Robert F. Baha, Wayne R. Guard, Richard A. Crawford, Gene Gammon, Donald C. Gibb. Row III: William P. Parker, Ronald G. Forrest, Henry I. Ellis, Fred- erick T. Dyke, Lewis Vitalis, Bruce G. Kosa, Arthur L. Pearce, Robert D. Bradshaw. George McCoy Robert Lee John Cochrane Michael Hutchinson List of Officers PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER Warren Haddon George F. Shinopulos David McKeen Douglas White Not ciuite " Around the World. " Row I, Left to Right: Peter Morse, Daniel G. Dufresne, Richard L. Mc- Laughlin, Eric Chetwynd, Jr. Row II: Robert McMellon, Richard Clark, Daniel Osborn, Robert Surprenant. List of Officers GRAND COUNCILOR VICE GRAND COUNCILOR SCRIBE GRAND MARSHALL Richard McLoughlin Eric Chetwynd Dan Osborn Roger Gilbert AK2 [162] n m, m » g €fe ». s- ' • PHI BETA ALPHA Row I, Left to Right: Love, Sargent, Quinn (treas.), Jones (Vice pres.), Prof. Fullington (adv.), Carney (pres.), Blumsack (sec), Blackman, Farrell, Row H: Nelson, Tosi, Blue, Howard, McKee, Mitchell, Gilroy, Brown, Rubin, Havice. Row III: Nelson, Roberts, Lyons, Crepeau, Kondracki, Gallagher, Whitehurst, Weyand, Surrette. Row IV: McLaughlin,, Parziale, Kershaw, Hemingway, Bent- ley, Chute, Palmucci. $BA List of Officers PRESIDENT: VICE PRESIDENT: TREASURER: SECRETARY: Edward Kearney Robert Jones John Quinn Lawrence Blumsack UGH! roK Row I, Left to Right: Tom Emery, Alan Epstein, James Scliofield, Richard Dickinson, Jon Austad. Row II, Left to Right: Terry J. Romano, Edward E. Nelson, Lee Schuster, R. A. Rind- fleisch, Eric Luft. List of Officers James A. Schofield PRESIDENT Martin E. Breinlinger Richard Dickinson SECRETARY Albert Shea Alan Ebstein TREASURER John A. Power [164] orn Row I, Left to Right: Joseph Soltys (treas. Div. B), John Kacxorowski, Jr., (pres. Div. B), Jan W. Martin (treas. Div. A). Row II: Bill Hession (soc. chairman), Carl R. Guettler (sec. Div. A), Donald Larlee, Jr., (sgt. at arms), Donald Plourde (pres. Div. A). List of Officers J. Donald Plourde PRESIDENT John Kaczorowski SECRETARY Richard Roberts Jan Martin TREASURER Joseph Soltys [165] Row I, Left to Right: David A. Goldberg, James L. Diamond (rec. sec), Alan G. Hurwitz (vice pies.), Louis Cooperstein (fac. adv.), Gerald F. Escott (pres.), Norman Seligman (treas.), Robert 1. Livingston. Row II: Richard M. Becker, Sidney Poretsky, Edward L. Dolby, Larry S. Goldfarb, Sherman E. Polan (ex. board). Row III: Steven L. Tochman, Stephen Kay, Stephen Tamkin, Yale Pratt, Phillip Ehrenberg. List of Officers HIGH POTENTATE: POTENTATE: COMPTROLLER: RECORDING SECRETARY: CORRESPONDING SCRIBE: Gerald Escott Alan Hurwitz Norman Seligman James Diamond Stanley Finer 2KVI [166] 1 PA List of Officers PRESIDENT: VICE PRESIDENT: TREASURER: SECRETARY: CORRESPONDING SECRETARY: PLEDGEMASTER: Robert McLaughlin James Kobylarz Frederick Strobel Eugene Dobrezleki Frank Muri Robert Daylor Row I, Left to Right: Louis R. Gagnon, Jason L. Brooks, Charles D. Short, Frederick R. Strobel (treas. - vice pres.), Hosea J. Benson, Lynn D ' . Kanowith. Irwin Katz. Row II: Richard H. Antoniotti, Paul A, Tick, Alan T. Bloom, Mac Moran, Erik Seborg, Jr., Martin L. Leafer, Frank DiCesare, Row III: Edwin A. Mitchell, Paul E. Sonier, Philip Benson, Arthur L. Weiner, Richard F. Rudell. [167] Row I, Left to Right: Samuels, Rosenberg, Resnic, Dr. Rosenblat, Gordon, Hillman. Row II. Stick, Saltz. Row III: Epstein, Cooper, Wolkon, Sanders, Hymans. Row IV: Golman, Shapiro, Bloom, Weinstein, Bankoff. Row V: Wolfe, Greenfield, Woolfe, Leinwand. KZO List of Officers CHANCELLOR: Norman Resnic VICE CHANCELLOR: Gerald Rosenberg BURSAR: Arnold Gordon RECORDING SCRIBE: Richard Hillman CORRESPONDING SECRETARY: Myron Samuel [168] George Eddelson Anthony Quattromani Donald Zeppieri Arthur Whitt) ' Lawrence Struzik List of Officers GRAND MASTER VICE GRAND MASTER EXCHEQUER GRAND SCRIBE PLEDGE MASTER GRAND CHANCELLOR Richard Lindner Barry Harris Clayton Sawyer Arnold Alderman William Maxwell NEZ Row I, Left to Right: Arthur R. Whitty (pledge master Div. A), Anthony Quattromani (exchequer Div. A), Ronald Zeppieri (grand scribe), Lawrence F. Struzik (grand chan.), Sidney F. Austin (fac. adv.), Richard H. Lind- ner (vice grand master), William E. Maxwell (grand chan. Div. B), Clayton A. Sawyer (grand scribe Div. B), Barry R. Harris (exchequer Div. B). Row II: John Avery, Elias R. Ashey, Eldridge Wood, Richard G. West, George E. Stanford, Jr., Arnold N. Alderman (pledge master Div. B), Thomas F. Dungan, Frank R. Prosl, Gordon S. McGinnis, Chan K. Lin, Harry L. Hunter, Jr. Row III: R. Glorioso, R. Landry, C. Whitney, T. McNichol, B. Rex, J. Perkins, M. Levine, D. Lynch, P. Krauss, P. Noyes. [169] Row I, Left to Right; Poole, Smith, Fitzhenry, Krueger, Paisley. Row II: Bering, Brewster, Grant, Nunes, Cotte, Hayden. Hudson, Ahny, Bickell, Carroll, Harris, Lawson. Row III: Taylor, Dertadian, DeMille, Burke, Cronin, Johnson, Alter, Abbot Fiske, Kent, Reddington. List of Officers PRESIDENT: Paul Fitzhenry VICE PRESIDENT: AI Krueger TREASURER: Jim Paisley RECORDING SECRETARY: Brian Smith CORRESPONDING SECRETARY: John Dias OAP - — ' Washing the fire out at a Phi Alpha Rho initiation. [170] Tow I, Left to Right: Kay, Jones, Blumsack (Pres. Div. A), Stick (Pies. Div. B) Love, Roman. Row II: Par- rot, Mike Hutcliinson, Hillman, Ker- sliaw. Chandler, Rice. Muskey Mi-Citers Class Board Left to Right: Zelda Holtz Treasurer Jack Cochrane Vice President Roderick MacDonald President Lester Grodberg Secretary [171] Row I, Left to Right: Natalie Glidden, Ruth Davidson, Dorothy Clark, Nancy Gavin, Jerome B. Widershein (pres. Div. A), Gail M. Silverstein (sec. Div. A), Charles L. Williannson (pres. Div. B), Linda Lofchie, Joan Cook, Marietta Nigrelli, Prof. L. F. Cleveland (organist-director of choir). Row II: Walter Novak, Louis Bertolami, Robert N. MacCallum, Bill McLucas, George King, George Blaisdell, Barry Fine, Robert Ristom, Walter Fasser. Chapel Choir ' Dance J and " Blow Gabriel Blow " " The Sound of Music " [172] Row I, Left to Right: Marie L. Clark, Robert McClellan (vice pres.), Sidney R.. Sherter treas.), Corinne Capano. Row II: John DeCoste, Prof. Norman Rosenblatt (adv.). Prof. T H. Cutts (chairman, department of history). Mist or y Club Row I, Left to Right: Athena Critikos, Sidney R. Sherter, Jason L. Brooks, Richard Scarfo (pres.), Stephen Tamkin, John DeCoste, Corinne Capano. Row II: Elmer H. Cutts (chairman, dept. of history). Prof. Norbert FuUington, Prof. Norman Rosenblatt (adv.), Arthur L. Weiner, Marie Clark. Row III: E. A. Mitchell, R. F. Rudell, F. R. Stro- bel, A. I. Bloom, Robert McClellan. [173] e. .Row I, Left to Right: Alberta Roman, Richard Scarfo (sec), JaiiKs D.ilan (vice pres.), Bruno H. Repeta, Jr., (treas.). Row II: Prof. Harry W. Barkley, Jerome J. Wild, Bruce C. Pratt, Robert Mc- Clellan. Row I, Left to Right: Richard Scarfo (vice- pres.), Jerome J. Wild (pres.). Row II, Left to Right: Norman Greenwald (adv.), James Dolan (sec). Politics Club ' In token of our esteem- Siffma Society Left to Right: Leonard H. Swartz George W. Wilson, Ralph C. Porter. Kappa J Ota Spsilon Left to Right: Carl A. Goldman — Vice President, John H. Proctor — President, Charles A. Ryan. Row I, Left to Right: Donald L. Avery, Marie L. Clark, Mary Kelly, Virginia Burnham, Robert Nylund. Row 11: Gerald R. Griffin, John E. Doherty, Stephen M. Smith, Paul F. Troiano Foster Chandler. Academy Row I, Left to Right: Alan W. Pierce, Philip K. Brown, Jr., (Bridge corres,), John C. Magri, (rec. sec), Roberi Con ' annon (pres.). Prof. L. E, Cleveland (fac. adv.), Lawrence Tormey vice pres.), George T. Lee (corres. sec), Robert Capobianco (treas,), Raymond C. Trott. Row II: David T. Ellis, Charles Henderson, Donald G. Benson, George E. Jannery, Richard L. Desilets, Robert Leong, Robert F, Davis. Row III: David J. Kinsley, Phillip J. McKinnon, John J. Kelly, Edmund P. Sulli- van, Theodore A. Bergstrom, W. Robert Wysocki, Michael A. Eovine, Robert A, Menard, Back Row: Nelson R, Pov ers, Rob- ert D, Bradshaw, Robert L. Jeffrey, Michael Tenore, Thomas S. Narekian, Richard F. Sette, Robert F. Blaha. Row I, left to right: Floyd Galbraith, Jr,, Paul LeFort, Carl Johnson, Richard Madden, Anthony P. Antonuzzi, Row II: Luco R, Di- Nanno, Joseph H, Brindley, Jr,, Leslie O. Hill, George F, Shinopulos. nxE Row I, Left to Right: Arnold J, Gordon, Nelson R. Powers, (treas,), John C. Magri (rec sec), Robert A, Capobianco (pres.), Prof, L, F. Cleveland (fac. adv, board), Robert H, Cagan (vice pres,), David T, Ellis (corres, sec), Anthony P, An- tonuzzi (cataloger), Robert J, Concannon, Row II: Floyd Galbraith, George E, Jannery, Richard Madden, Philip K, Brown, Jr., Thomas V, Flanagan, W, Robert Wysocki, Robert Leong, Carl Johnson, Row III: Richard D, Anderson, Paul LeFort, Alan W, Pierce, Lawrence P, Tormev, Thomas S, Narekian, Thomas A. Ca anaugh, George T, Lee, Society for the Advancement of Management 1- m. ! 1 A.-w - M IM; ' t iy B F H I k K t JhF i E ' ' ' " H ' ■ 1 MIM ■IMhHW ' ' y H K . 1 e- I HB N OR T H EASTERN I SH low I, Left to Right: Joseph Donnaruma, George Donovan, Richard Riley, Vice President, Richard Peoples, President, Al- lert Sargent. Treasurer, Richard M. Becker, Edward L. Dolby. Row 11: William J. Doyle, Harley M. Anderson, Stephen " amkin, William A. Carlezon. William J. Farrell, Robert N. MacCallum. Alex A. Kondracki, Walter J. Love, Richard J. Carlson. Accounting Society Row I, Left to Right: Frederick R. Strobel, Leonard H. ' wartz. William J. Farrell, Robert W. Kershaw, Larry Blumsack, Harvey J. Beth. Row 11: Phillip Ehrenberg, Bennett Bradford, George Wilson, Norman Seligman. [177] Marketing Club Row I, Left to Right: Richard D. Hillman, D. J. Sergone, Robert A. Hasenstab, Secretary, Charles A. Cocotas, President, Robert O. Har- nett, Vice President, Richard Beatty, Treasurer, William Canny, James McDonough. Row II: Donald Grey, Charles McGinn, Larry Blumsack, Paul H. Zaniboni, Robert E, Drinkwater, William F. Redmond, Dr. Kibarian, Advisor. Row III: Meivin Botsian, Edwin A. Mitchell, Peter J. Maine, Vincent Caulfield, Harvey N. Gersin, Jason L. Brooks. Xi feikLii jXL m , ' ' ' Mli .iHR) IMft w) ' ! f Advertising Club Row I, Left to Right: Paul H. Zaniboni, Dan Sugrue, Jim Mc- Donough, Charles McGinn, Ben Swedish, President, Dick Pierce, Edwin Mitchell, Jr. Vice President, Harvey N. Gersin. Row II: Robert Salerno, William F. Redmond, Robert E. Drinkwater, Charles A. Cocotas, Robert O. Harnett, Robert L. Pessini, Larry Blumsack, Donald Grey, Robert A. Hasenstab. Row III: Jason L. Brooks, Richard D. Hillman, Richard C. Beatty, Vin- cent Caulfield, John E. Stone, Jr., William R. Canny, Alan G. Hur- witz, Peter J. Maine, Meivin Botsian. National Education Society Row I, Left to Right: Theresa Chiacchia, Correspond- ing Secretary, Richard J. Morse, President, John H. Proctor, Vice President — State President, Louise Weiler, Secretary-Treasurer. Row II, Left to Right: Carl A. Goldman, Richard J. Libertine, Gerald Kramer, Treasurer Division B, Charles A. Ryan. ASME Row I, Left to Right: Richard MadJtn, Steven Kourepenis, John E. Delaney (pub. officer (A), John R. Sweeney (chairman). Jay A. Harvey (sec), Carl Johnson (treas.), Thomas C. Troc! i. Row II, Left to Right: Anthony P. An- tonuzzi, James G, Dohin, Charles Okun, Luco R. DiNanno, Joseph H. Brindkv. Jr., Leslie O. Hill, Paul I.eFort, Michat-I Rauseo, George F. Shinopulos. Row III: Left to Right: George E. Sgourakcs. William E. Maxwell, Fares G. Deban, David N. Spofford, Roy F. Walters, David A. Dreselly, Thomas J. McNichol, Jackson B. Rex. Richard L. Copeland. Radio Club Row I, Left to Right: David Kushner, Robert A. Menard, Presi- dent, Philip B. Cronin, Vice Presi- dent, Prof. Hollis Baird, Advisor. Row II: Barry H. Shanler, Michael P. O ' Malley, Alan W. Pierce, Theodore A. Bergstrom, Daniel J Shanahan. Finance Club Row I, Left to Right: Norman Seligman, L. Paul Newburgh, Sharon Gates, David W. Smith, James F. Delaney. Row II, Left to Right: Richard M. Becker, Wil- liam R. Thys, Irving W. Gates. American Institute of Industrial Engineers Row I, Left to Right: Robert Kno. Edward A. Greene, John P. Wilson, Treasurer, Charles F. Cawali, Chair- man, Richard Sardell, Kenneth Paulin, Charles Goulston, Richard E. Peltier. Row II, Left to Right: Elbert J. Mc Keon, Jr., Stephen Berish, Thomas Dui-an, Elton G. McGray, William L. Tisdale, Stanley E. Sunbury, Georges M. Celcis, John J. Fitzhenry, David R. Frernan, Faculty Advisor. Row III, Left to right: Edward Saricisian, Law- rence Anderson, Secretary, Jerry ] ' Iil- lett, David S. Picone, Robert Bellonzi, Theodore Biadasz, J. David Ricker, Kenneth S. Bronstein, Norman Baker, Vice Chairman, Douglas Maguire, Robert Young, Ernest H. Major, James S. Cutler, Steven Fox. Society of Women Engineers Row I, Left to Right: Linda Lofchie, Judith Anderson, Elizabeth Anderson, M..ui li, Lord. Row II: Gail Upham, Margaret Sheelian, Frances Leone, Gail Wellington, Ann Sternberg, Carole Calnan. American Institute of Chem ical Engineers Row I, Left to Right: Arnold J. Gordon, Richard D. Ander- son. Row II, Left to Right: Thomas A. Cavanaugh, Robert E. Binder. [180] American Institute of Electrical Engineers-Institute of Radio Engineers Row I, Left to Right; Michael Tenore, Gary Orloff (A.I.E.E. sec), Robert A Capobianco (Branch sec), Robert Concannon (vice chairman), Eugene F. Richman (cha ' rman), Jon D. Humphreys (treas.), Barry H. Shanler (I.R.E. sec), Alan W. Pierce. Row II: David T. Ellis, Richard L. Desilets, George E. Jannery, Stephen P. Bara- nowski, Philip B. Cronin, James S. Ussailis, David Kushner, Robert A. Menard, Louis P. Costa, David J. Kinsley, Donald G. Benson, Frank DiCesare. Row III: Phillip J. McKinnon, W. Robert Wysocki, Philip K. Brown, Jr., Ludwig J. Eichinger, Nelson R. Powers, John J. Kelly, George T. Lee, Michael A. Eovine, Robert F. Davis, Row IV: Peter Reisz, Robert J. Covino, Thomas S. Narekian, Edmund P. Sullivan, Louis J. Bertolami, Robert D ' . Brad- John C. Magri, Edward F. Crosby. American Chemical Society Row I, Left to Right: Robert Nylund (treas.), Albert Boulan- ger (vice pres. Div. B), Scott Grant (pres.), Paul Troiano (pres.), Louis Rigali (vice pres.), Loretta Bellotti (sec). Row II: Bernard Lemire, Fred- eric H. Goldstein, Richard Baks, Stephen Smith, Robert G. Boucher, Sidney A. Cohen. Row I, Left to Rignr: Paul S. Casey Francis J. Norris Saul Beaumont Richard R. Wharton, Jr. Eugene M. Reppucci, Jr. Eliot F. Tucker Row II, Left to Right: Joseph L. McManamin, Jr Paul McGrath Emile W. J. Troup Joseph R. Hohmann, Jr. Charles E. Williams Row III, Left to Right: Jack Cochrane John Hovan Tom Doucette Urban G. McLellan E. Laurence Anderson Robert Mezonis NU Civil Engineering Society SPORTS ' " Sweet recreation, barred, what doth ensue but moody and dull melancholy . . . " wrote Shakespeare and most universities find this to be true, Northeastern not excepted. Many universities turn to athletic activities. Today, Northeastern boasts of over 300 ath- letes, not including such subsidiary groups as cheerleaders, girls sports, physical education courses, inter-mural and fraternity sports. The 1938 freshman class itself contained only 320 members. But in 1932, 125 freshmen, one third of the class, turned out for football prac- tice. The sports beginnings were simple. For in- stance, the Engineers ' paper, the TECH (the NEWS was born later in February of 1926), stated : " A number of men, including several from each class, have been training regularly in the Fenway for the last three weeks . . . several men will probably be picked out to represent the school in the New England Inter-Collegiate Cross-country Run. " Although the Huskies lost their first meet to Tufts and Boston University, a triangular meet, in 1925 the same year the band made its debut, its history since, especially under Coach Gerry Tatton, has been extremely successful. FROM THE BEGINNING In his undergraduate days, Tatton paced the track team, the school ' s second oldest team, dating from 1918, by setting a new school record in the low hurdles event with a time of 16 and one fifth seconds. Boxing, swimming, wrestling, soccer and the Sophomore-Freshman Rush, which drew large crowds in the Fenway, augmented spring and fall baseball and track " in the old days. " Soccer yielded to the more popular sport of football. Just ask Professor George Merserve, History and Art Department head about the inter-class competition in football under the lights at what is now the Carter Street Play- ground, across the railroad tracks and you ' ll enjoy for hours his reminiscences of the en- thusiasm shown during that period. It was once concluded that Northeastern and football would never mix and was even turned down for consideration by a school council. But persistent efforts brought the first football coach Al McCoy in 1932 and an assistant, Gerry Tatton. In this same year, Asa S. Knowles, was i.amed the Banking Club Advisor. In the first Northeastern football game, the freshmen defeated Nichols College 6 to be- fore 1800 fans on October 14, 1932. The fol- lowing year, the Huskies dropped its first var- sity game, 19 to 6, to St. Anselm ' s at Hunting- ton Field but bounced back a week later to gain its first varsity victory, 6 to 0, over St. Michael ' s. In the 1929 edition of the NEWS: " Just one week ago today. Prof. Edward S. Parsons, Athletic Director of Northeastern along with Coach Nelson Raymond Jr. met with George V. Brown, manager of Bosto i Arena, and they arranged the schedule of th ' i inter-class series and the practice hours for the Huskies ' first varsity hockey team. " The Huskies lost its first varsity hockey game, 2 to 0, in a double-overtime to Brown University at Providence, R.I., on January 9, 1930. The team also lost its home-opener, 2 to 1, to MIT. The Godfrey Lowell Cabot Physical Educa- tion Center was built on the site of the old Huntington Avenue Baseball Grounds where the first World Series game was played in 1903. The Boston Americans defeated the Pittsburgh Nationals with Boston ' s Bill Di- neen striking out the famous Honus Wagner in the seventh game. Possibly the largest of all Northeastern sports crowds attended the inaugural basket- ball game in the center. In 1915, Dr. Carl S. Ell, now University Chancellor, coached the first basketball squad, the oldest NU team. Baseball was played initially in 1920 on the old Huntington Ave. Grounds. The institution of the dog as the Husky mas- cot came about in 1927 when King Husky I, a pedigree Siberian Eskimo dog who dieted on raw meat and onions, was brought here along with its internationally-famous breeder, Sep- pala, and several Eskimos. The mascot or lack of the mascot has been the cause of numerable controversies since. Although the school continued to use the YMCA facilities for some time after its move to the present site, the swimming team event- ually died out along with the wrestling and boxing squads. But in our second year at NU (class of 60) there was an article in the NEWS which quoted Dr. Ell, after the pur- chase of several apartment buildings: " makes it possible for Northeastern to build, in due course, a swimming pool to accommodate the needs of our students. " One 60-year-old spectator at a traditional Sophomore-Freshman Rush said : " It will not be surprising if one of them breaks his neck. No sensible school would allow it. " And Northeastern finally didn ' t allow it . . . but it sure must have been fun! — BY PETER COBLEIGH SPORTS EDITOR [184] §73 In; ! . • .»! 01=96 12 en- 32 V.J Left to rij;ht. Front row. R. C.atiJct, l;. Duttz.ik, C. liabb, A. Brown, L. Cii inisuann, A. Tripp, li. MJntyic, D. Payton, T. Danahy, £ Biady, O, Soicssi. Second Kow: Coach Luciano, H, Johnson, P. Heiningway, J. McGonagie, V. Apruzzese, T. Flaherty, T. Mitchell, J. Hennessey, J. Allen, G. Palumbo, F. Beckette, Coach Connelly, Trainer Kassabian, Coach Zabilski. Third row: Coach Walker, P. McCabe, B. Hurley, J, Eastman, D. McLaughlin, M. Porter, T. Bentley, D. Campbell, D. Herskind, J. Pignato, C. Tegan. Fourth Row: Manager J. Haslett, J. Shannahon, M. Taylor, J. McBirney, B. Ritchie, K, Sciacca, P. Eramo, O. DiNino, B. McKenna, L. McDonnell, J. O ' Brien, K. Shute. BY PETER DWYER A crowd of 4350 saw Northeastern ' s home opener spoiled as Rhode Island led by John Rollins beat the Huskies, 8 to 6, in a hard fought and closely contested game. Rhode Island ' s amazing Ram, John Rollins, accounted for all eight points and compiled half of his team ' s rushing yardage. With Rol- lins carrying most of the time, the Rams scored the first time they got their hands on the ball. The most important play of the game turned out to be quarterback Roger Pearson ' s two point toss to Rollins, which was the Rams margin of victory. The Huskies came back to score in a series of plays that covered 90 yards. The drive was climaxed by a 30 yard pass from Tom Flaherty to halfback Brian McKenna for the Huskies lone score. On the try for extra points, Jim Hennessey rolled to his right to pass but, find- ing no receiver open, tried to run for the end zone and was tackled short of the goal. Northeastern traveled to the University of New Hampshire and found that there was some leakage in their pass defense as the Wild- cats scored three touchdowns on passes to defeat the Huskies, 33 to 14. The lead changed four times going into the fourth quarter before the Wildcats ripped off three touchdowns to put the game on ice. Northeastern hit paydirt first as fleet Ferdie Beckette sprinted 19 yards around end to cli- max a 37 yard drive set up by Phil McCabe ' s fumble recovery. New Hampshire, led by their quarterback, Sam Paul, and halfback, Dick Mezquita, came right back to score and then go ahead as they kicked the extra point. After intermission the Huskies rallied when Brian McKenna pushed over for the last Northeastern touchdown of the afternoon, and then rushed for the two extra points. The Husky lead lasted only four plays as Paul fired a 65 yard pass to Mezquita for a touchdown. The Wildcats then put the pres- sure on the Huskies and scored three more touchdowns to rub salt into the Husky wounds. The only bright light in the Husky attack was Brian McKenna who tallied eight of the team ' s 14 points. The Huskies lost their third game in a row when Springfield drubbed the Z-men 36 to 8. It had the appearances of being a close game going into the third quarter as the score was 7-2 in favor of the Redmen. As the period rolled along the Northeastern fans sat dumb- founded as Springfield pushed over three quick touchdowns. BACKFIELD POISED — beneath the legs of center Hugh John- son are L. to R.: Tom Flaherty, John Allen, Ferdie Beckette and Jim Hennessey. Right: " " acl rla Manny Portsr had blocked a Spring- field punt that rolled out of the end zone but it wasn ' t until the fourth quarter that the Husky fans had ano;her chanci to yell, as Oscar Di- Nino intercepted a Springfield pass and raced 65 yards up the sidelines for the score. The Huskies lost their fourth in a row as thsy were nipped by the Aces of American International College, 24 to 18, in a game that wasn ' t decided until the final play of the game. With fifteen seconds to play the Huskies found themselves on the Aces 15 yard line, but a desperation pass was intercepted in the end zone and ended the Husky hopes for a victory. Tom Flaherty hit Dick Hershind with a pretty pass for the first Northeastern score. Jim Hennessey then replaced Flaherty and when the Huskies got their hands on the ball Jim pitched a pass to Pete Hemingway in the end zone for the second Northeastern score. The Aces came back to score their fourth and most important touchdown on a 36 yard pass play. The Huskies came right back to score again, sparked by Jim Hennessey ' s 45 yard run. John Allen culminated the drive by running the last ten yards around left end for the TD. Although the score was one sided, 41 to 8, the statistics prove the game between North- eastern and West Chester State Teachers Col- lege, Pa., was a hard fought contest. The game might have had a different story if Northeast- ern had scored the first time they had their hands on the ball, but they were stopped short of a first down on the eight yard line. Bill Shockley showed why he was rated a top " pro " prospect as he displayed dazzling speed and agility, and scored four TD ' s. The Huskies lone score was set up by a Hennessey to Allen toss for 20 yards to the Teachers 40 yard line, where Ferdie Beckette displayed some of his own speed and agility as he ran through and around most of the West Chester Rams for the score. A crowd of more than 8000 standing four Back Brian McKenna runs into herd of Wildcats as Huskies lose to New Hampshire. deep around the entire field saw the Huskies score more points than any other team against the Teachers, including Villanova. In a sea of mud, which was ankle deep, two touchdown-underdog Northeastern battled the University of Massachusetts to a scoreless tie. Both teams had good chances to score, but were unable to get the key play to click on the sloppy field. The Huskies had the best chance of the day when they had a first and goal to go on the Mass. three, but a holding penalty and unsure footing cost Northeastern the chance to score. Northeastern finally broke into the win column as they dropped Bridgeport, 21 to 6, also on a muddy field. The Huskies, led by Ron Gaudet, Jack Pig- nato, Manny Porter, Phil McCabe and Hugh Johnson in the line and Jim Hennessey, John McGonagle, Ferdie Beckette and Ed Brady in the backfield, would not be denied this victory. Jim Hennessey, who intercepted two passes and broke up numerous others, ran 66 yards for the first Northeastern score. John Mc- VIN APPRUZZESE — Outstanding Lineman Gonagle kicked the extra point and the Hus- kies were ahead to stay. Ferdie Beckette scored the second North- eastern TD as he scampered eight yards through the middle for the tally. A poor punt, which gave Northeastern the ball on the Knight ' s 35, set up the third Husky touch- down. With Tom Flaherty at the helm, the Huskies, with runs by Oscar DiNino and John Allen, moved the ball to the nine yard line, where Flaherty tossed a short pass to Ed Brady who dived into the end zone for the score. Both the University of Connecticut and the rain ruined homecoming for the Husl ies as they lost the final game of the season, 30 to 2. Kent Field was a mass of puddles and mud and the Huskies just couldn ' t seem to get going. Northeastern was handed its only points in the game when a UConn center sailed over the head of its punter and slithered out of the end zone. Oscar DiNino, who got off some fine punts despite the indundation, and Tom Flaherty, who slipped through the UConn line like an eel, were the standouts for the Huskies. HUSKY NOTES Oscar DiNino received the NEWS Most Im- proved Player award . . . the Huskies were hampered throughout the season by injuries which ranged from cracked ribs to torn knee ligiments . . . next year the Huskies will lose the services of their two fine quartarbacks Jim Hennessey and Tom Flaherty, and backfield men John Allen and Ferdie Beckette. DURING OUR YEARS In 1955 Fullback Phil Bucalo, tackle Gene Renzi and center Bobo Lyons lead the Huskies to a 4-1-1 record while their former team-mate " century " Sid Watson was playing for the Pittsburgh Steelers, Bucalo was named to the All-Catholic team while all three players re- ceived honorable mention on the Little Ail- American squad. Lyons was voted to the Boston GLOBE ' S All-New England team in 1956. Diminutive Mike Alteri and Bob Lanzetta and Capt. Don Johanson and John Erickson ware standouts in a mediocre 3-5 season. Massachusetts cancelled their game because of Asiatic flu and Brand sis dropped their unique " second game " with NU, because of an injury to a Brandeis player in the first game in 1957. Tom Clarke was the leading ground gainer and scorer for the second straight year and Lyons repeated on the GLOBE ' S all-star team. The record stood a dismal 1-6. 195S was a " cinderella year " with Hennesey and Flaherty pacing the team to a 6-2 season. Coch Zabilski had a 42-40-5 record at the com- pletion of the season while Northeastern ' s over-all mark is 75-80-13. 1959 Football Results NU Opponent 6 Rhode Island 8 14 New Hampshire 33 8 Springfield 36 18 A.I.C. 24 8 West Chester 41 Massadiusetts 21 Bridgeport 6 2 Connecticut 30 AND THEN THERE WAS SPRING PRACTICE t - vlZ 3 m. FALL... Left: Flaherty gets off a last minute pass against Bridgeport. Below: Hen- nessey hands off to Brady before be- ing tackled by a Springfield lineman. Fullback Oscar DiNinno starts on a left end sweep against Springfield. »iP ' i«%lls Desperate lunge for the ball is made by end Ken Sciacca against New Hampshire. Flaherty — Poise THE TWO FIELD GENERALS They were known as the two field generals. Jim Hennessey (right) and Tom Flaherty (left) were the left and right handed throv - ing quarterbacks respectively who paced the Husky offenss for the past few seasons. Whether they were watching the precision of Hennessey ' s passing and option play running, or Flaherty ' s v izardly concealment of the ball and sweeping end runs, the crowd greeted the pair with wild enthusiasm. Flaherty, a five-foot-nine, 170-pounder from Newburyport, and somewhat of an extrovert, was a veritable " Merlin the Magician " at the quarterback spot. In a pre-season scrimmage with Bates one year, Flaherty not only fooled the opponents but also the officials who de- cided, since they could not ses the ball, to call the play dead and find it. But Tom also had the poise and versatility necessary for a star. In his freshman year he suffered a cracked cheekbone, but bounced back to lead the varsity as well as being named the captain of the baseball team, of which he was a " cracker.jack " third baseman and a real " hollar guy. " Hennessey was just the reverse. Jim was a quiet and modest s ' x-foot one, 170-pounder from Brookline. H 3 strong point was his passing, and it was pinpoint. When Coach Zabilski looked over the team and his glance fell on Hennessey, it always read, " Mr. De- pendable. " Hard luck and injuries did not deter Hennessey from being the star which he was. [189] Hennessey — Precision Left to Right, Front Row: F. Parillo, I. Cohen, manager, D . Kneeland, M. Watt, Captain, J AbLlon, P. Woodland, J. Peterson. Back Row: Coach Tatton, R. Bentley, J. Howell, J . Bolton, R. Stevens, P. Ciosby, R Hancock. A young and inexperienced Northeastern cross country team dropped its first two meets of the 1959 season before rebounding to take the next four in a row, for a favorable, 4-2, record. Coach Jerry Tatton started the season with only one senior, captain Murray Watt, among the top seven harriers. On a hot September Saturday, the Univer- sity of New Hampshire ' s Doug MacGregor, Yankee Conference Cross-Country Champion, covered the Franklin Park 4.2 mile course in a fast 20 :22 minutes, while leading the Wildcats to a, 38-20, win over the Huskies. One bright star emerged for Northeastern, however, as the first of coach Tatton ' s untest- ed sophomores, Chico Parillo, came through with a sparkling performance in finishing sec- ond. Paul Woodland, second man on the 1956 Husky freshmen New England championship squad, who had just returned to school after a year ' s absence, showed some of his old form in placing sixth. However, Parillo and Ron Dean, sixth Northeastern finisher, collapsed after crossing the finish line in the 90 degree temperature and vv ' ere forced to sit out the next two meets. The following week the Huskies .journeyed to Amherst, to meet Massachusetts and Maine in a triangular contest. The hilly Mass. course proved too much for Northeastern and Maine, eventual New Eng- land champs, to handle and the Redmen emerged victorious with 58 points to 36 for Maine and 28 for the Huskies. Sophomore Dave Kneeland came home in seventh place to lead all Northeastern runners. Returning to Franklin Park October 10, the harriers proceeded to cop their initial victory of the season, a smashing, 36 to 19, triumph over Rhode Island. Joe Abelon became the first Northeastern harrier to win a race this season, as the Hus- kies placed five men among the first seven finishers. Abelon outsprinted Dave Kneeland for the win with Woodland grabbing fourth, Dick Bentley fifth and Watt seventh. The Tattonmen evened their record at two and two by completely outclassing Worcester Tech, placing nine men in the first 10 positions, for a 46 to 17 rout at Worcester. Kneeland, Woodland and Abelon staged their own private battle throughout the en- tire race before finishing in that order. After Tech ' s Bill Pentages finished fourth, a swarm of red-shirted Huskies crossed the line. Watt, Bentley, Roger " Red " Hancock, Parillo and Joe Bolton completed the NU sweep. A constant downpour made conditions de- plorable as the Huskies, 54, defeated MIT, 51, and the Coast Guard Academy, 25, in a tri- angular meet at New London, Ct., a week later. [190] Nearly everyone had a spill as tin footino ' was bad, and Kneeland, a high finisher fell three times on the slippery course. The wea- ther didn ' t stop Dick Bentley, however, as the slender Quincy ace splashed his way along to place second, and became the fourth different Husky runner to be a top man this season. Bentley and Abelon, running together the last mile, crossed the finish line in a virtual dead heat for the runnerup spot, but judges awarded the decision to Bentley as the Huskies copped their third straight victory, scoring 25 points to MIT ' s 51, and Coast Guard ' s 54. The Huskies wound up the regular season with a lop-sided, 71 to 19 and 38, victory over MIT and Tufts at Franklin Park. Chico Parillo sprinted home first to pace the Huskies to their fourth straight. The 47th annual N.E.I.C.A.A.A. Cross- country Championships at Franklin Park saw Maine run off with the top honors as the Hus- kies placed seventh in a field of 18. Joe Abelon was unanimously elected to cap- tain the 1960 squad at the Fall Sports ban- quet. Both Abelon and Coach Tatton looked optimistically at the future, pointing to the re- turn of veterans Abelon, Parillo, Woodland, Kneeland, Bentley, Dean, Bolton plus the addi- tion of a few good freshmen. CROSS COUNTRY OVER THE YEARS When the class of 60 entered Northeastern back in the fall of 1955, the cross country team had just discovered a new sensation in sopho- more Clarence Hilton. Hilton shocked the ex- perts by winning Northeastern ' s first three meets, sparking the team to a 6-2 record and creating much optimism for the following year. The 1956 season arrived and Captain Bill Spencer ' s squad lost only one meet, the opener to New Hampshire, but most of the thunder was stolen by the freshmen team. Here, Coach Tatton had the squad that went undefeated ' Pi ji , " END OI " Till: IK .IL . . . (right) as Paul Woodland crosses the finish line in sixth place in the opening meet against the University of New Hampshire. and upset Brown to win the New England title. Tom Tomasian won the NE individual freshmen title and placed second in the IC4A Championships in New York. But in 1957, the varsity finished the season with a one and seven record, the poorest in Northeastern ' s history. The only victory was a 37 to 18 decision over WPI, with Cap- tain Mai Hill taking first place. The 1958 squad broke even in eight meets, with Tomasian defeating New Hampshire ace, Doug MacGregor, and setting a record at Rhode Island. Joe Abelon won his first var- sity cross-country race, the first of many. 1959 Cross Country Record Northeastern 38 . . . New Hampshire 20 Northeastern 58 . . Maine 36 . . Mass. 28 Rhode Island 36 Northeastern 19 Coast Guard 54 . . . MIT 51 ... NU 25 Tufts 71 . . . MIT 38 . . . Northeastern 19 ON THE MOVE . . . (left) is Dick Bentley as he opens up v hile passing two Maine harriers in triangular meet at the University of Massa- chusetts. SENSATIONAL SOPHO- MORE . . . (right) was Chico Parillo shown here with second place trophy from Roxbury three mile road race. 1 3 88f A BASKET ! - Km -m0 iatfvir In fogHl agains MhdcUl WH Left to right. Front row: M. Dvorchak, R. Brown, D. Lynch , J. Burke, J. Mulkerrin, K. Carter, H. Kreshpane. Back Row: Coach Dukeshire, W. Vaughn, R. Ducey, W. Sears , P. Calloe, W. Viestra, P. Hemingway, R. Peterson. Northeastern ' s varsity basketball team fin- ished the past season with a frustrating 10-11 record. Although the squad had a losing sea- son, seven of these defeats were by less than five points. The team opened the season against Middle- bury and came out on the short end of a 72 to 71 score. Mike Dvorchak was top man for the Huskies as he scored 26 points in the losing cause. Northeastern dropped another close decision when they bowed to Boston College 65 to 63. Dvorchak and Bill Viestra brought the team within 6 points with 10 seconds to play. Jim Burke sank two quick foul shots and Dvorchak scored on a jumper but time ran out on the Huskies. Coach Dick Dukeshire drove his team to their first win of the season with a 52 to 49 squeaker over M.I.T. Captain Paul Calloe scored 26 points which literally sank the En- gineers. Jim Burke also played well for North- eastern. The Gymnasts from Springfield edged the [ 1 4 ] Huskies 52 to 51. Dvorchak brought the team to within one point but couldn ' t get that last basket to forge ahead. Dick Brown led the Northeastern scorers M ' ith 14 points. He w as followed by Calloe with 12 and Dvorchak with 10. Ward Sears pulled down 17 rebounds for the Huskies. Northeastern suffered another heart-break- ing defeat, 53 to 52, to Harvard. Bob Bow- ditch, Calloe, Dvorchak, and Brown all played well for the Huskies. Thus far Northeastern had scored 289 points as compared to 292 for the opposition, yet the team ' s record stood at a dismal 1-4. The Duke-men won their second of the sea- son as they downed Bowdoin 59 to 56. Dvor- chak had 15 points. Brown 14, and Calloe 10. Paul Simonds had 28 for Bowdoin. Northeastern made it two straight when they romped over Hartford 68 to 45. Dvor- chak had 12 for the night. Ward Sears and Bill Viestra had 10 apiece. Calloe and Sears were great on defense as they held Hartford ' s ace, Bob Chapman, to only eight points, far below his seasonal average. Rhode Island ' s Rams crushed the Huskies 66 to 48 to end the Northeastern win streak. Mike Dvorchak scored 19 points for the Hus- kies. Northeastern defeated Tufts 79 to 61 in a complete romp for the Huskies. Dvorchak had 27 points. Joe Mulkerrin had 14 for North- eastern. Late in the fourth quarter the Jum- bos were trailing by a score of 72 to 38. Cal- loe, Viestra, and Sears played well for the Huskies. The University of New Hampshire dropped the Huskies 56 to 49 as the Northeastern team had a cold night. Bill Viestra had 19 points and also grabbed 19 rebounds. Ward Sears had a good night for the Huskies on defense. Coach Dukeshire blamed the poor record at the foul line for the loss. The Duke-men lost to Brown University 61 to 57 in spite of the fact that Northeastern had four players in double figures. Viestra had 17, Sears 12, Brown and Dvorchak 10 each. Boston University, led by Bob Alexander ' s 26 points, crushed the Huskies 72 to 54. Sears had 16 points and Dvorchak 11 for the North- eastern team. The White Mules from Colby proved to be THE CROWD THE BASKET [195] own scores vs Middlebury. in Bob Giordano who netted 17 for the night. Viestra had 15, Sears 13, and Dvorchak 10. Once again the Huskies lost a close contest as they were defeated by Clark 80 to 78. Dvor- chak had a season ' s high of 33 points. Ken Carter scored 15 for Northeastern. The Huskies won by the largest margin of the season when they completely bombed Low- ell Tech 77 to 34. The Huskies were led by Viestra with 19 points and a new-comer Pete Ducey with 13. The Cadets from the Coast Guard Academy sank the Huskies 74 to 67 with Bill Hastings getting 17 for the Cadets. Mike Dvorchak had 17 and Dick Brown 16 for Northeastern. It was a heart-breaking season for Coach Dukeshire and his squad. Many of the losses taken by the team very easily could have been converted to victories with an added two or three points. Even so, the team played well and provided many enjoyable moments for the Northeastern fans. stubborn competition as they edged the Hus- kies 68 to 66 in a hard fought contest. Dvor- chak had 20 points and Sears had 14 rebounds for the Huskies who lost the game in the last minute of play. The Huskies, hard beset with injuries to key players, lost 87 to 61 to the Redmen from the University of Massachusetts. Dvorchak picked up 25 points for Northeastern. Northeastern dropped Bates 73 to 67 with Dvorchak scoring 23 for the Husky team. Dick Brown was tremendous on defense and Bob Giordano grabbed many clutch rebounds in the second half. Bill Viestra scored eight points at the finish and Ken Carter added six straight foul shots to clinch the victory. A.I.C. crushed Northeastern 64 to 50 as the Huskies found themselves in foul trouble early in the third period. Perhaps the best Husky win of the season was their 73 to 66 upset over Saint Michael ' s. Coach Dukeshire found another strong scorer COURT CLASSROOM — Coach Dukeshire gives pointers to Mulkerrin, Calloe, Brown, Sears and Dvorchak. [196] t f f f f ' ' : mmivt m 0 M % Left lo Right, Front Row Tniincr Kassabian, Manas Akott, Lynch, Vient, Cronin, Weisbach, Chisholm, Dutczak. Casey, Cohen, Wilson. Second Row: r Pigeon, Gaudet, Johnston, Waterman, McGrath, Suprenant, McElhoim, Palmer, Delaney, Moyni- han. Coach BelL BY ART JONES Northeastern ' s moment of glory for the sea- son came during the Beanpot Tournament at Boston Garden, when they beat Boston College for the first time in nine years with a 6 to 5 upset, in a wild game before 6000 fans. Otherwise, the season would have to be termed a dismal one. The Huskies compiled a lowly eight victories and 16 losses record, al- though producing an All-American and one of the top scoring lines in the East. Art Chisholm, a 24-year-old U.S. Army veteran from Arlington, Mass., captained the Huskies and was the All-American. He and linemates Gerry Gronin, who outscored Chis- holm in goals 28 to 25, and Lolly Weissbach were the members of the prolific-scoring line. Chisholm ' s record glitters with honors be- stowed upon him for the past two years. This year, he was the winner of the Walter Brown Trophy which is given annually in recognition of the " New England player, developed pri- marily in the United States, who contributes the most to the sport and his team through skills, sportsmanship and leadership. " His other honors include : Captain of the Northeastern hockey team for 1959-60 and 1960-61, selected as All-American by the American College Hockey Coaches Association, member of the 1960 All-East team, All-New England Choice in 1959 and 1960, member of the All-Beanpot Tourney teams 1959 and 60, member of the Boston Arena Christmas Tour- ney team in 1959 and 60, candidate for the U.S. Olympic team in 1956 and top scorer for the Huskies during the past two years. At the beanpot tourney, the Huskies were down, 5 to 4, in the last four minutes of the game when Gerry Cronin scored his third goal of the night, with a hard slap-shot in close on Boston College Jimmy Logue. Northeastern had a man in the penalty box at the time. Artie Chisholm. came wheeling in and fired a shot that trickled through the pads of the BC goalie for the winning score. Then BC ' s Ron Walsh hit the post with a blistering slap shot. Ron then grabbed the rebound and flipped the puck past Northeast- ern goalie Carl LeBoeuf, a split second after the green light had signified the game was over. Boston College players poured onto the ice to protest, claiming the shot had beaten the light. Before peace was restored, they had at- tacked the officials and caused a near-riot. Biggest scores for the Huskies during the seson were the 11 to 4 romp over Massachu- setts, 8 to 5 victory over AIC and 9-5 and 7-1 decisions over Tufts. Defenseman Jim McElhoim was the top scorer against UMass, scoring four goals. Gerry Cronin added three more for the Hus- kies. [197] Chisholm scores against Boston College before 8000 at Garden. At bprmgfield, Chisholm tallied three goals and three assists to pace Northeastern. The Huskies scored six goals in the opening period to coast to the victory. Leading 4 to in the opening round of the Beanpot Tourney, Harvard had to hold on pre- cariously to edge the Huskies 5 to 3. Biggest nemesis on the Husky slate was Boston University, paced by its star center, Canadian Bob Marquis, who piled up 25 goals in three games while yielding only eight. Local " cross-town " interest was aroused when Chisholm was picked for the All-star center position over Marquis. The BU NEWS and the Northeastern NEWS battled for their candidates in a journalistic campaign. In the voting for the top New England players, Chisholm received 18 out of the 20 votes, placing him on the first team. He nar- rowly missed winning the Most Valuable player in New England Award, losing to Mid- dlebury ' s great scorer Phil Latreille. Latreille was the top point getter with 93 to Chisholm ' s 90. Paradoxically, the writers picked Chisholm as the outstanding forward in New England over Latreille. Gerry Cronin was named as a spare to the first team All-Stars and was the recipient of the Paul Hines Trophy which goes to the Most Improved player in New England. THROUGH OUR COLLEGE YEARS 1955-56. The Huskies had a new coach as we entered our freshmen year. Jimmy Bell was a former Northeastern student and Bos- ton Olympic pro-hockey team star before com- ing back to the school as a coach. The team turned in a 13 victory and 12 losses mark for the best record since 1952. Bell was voted the " Coach of the Year " by sportswriters and other coaches and the team was named " The most improved team in New England, " down- ing such powerhouses as BU, in overtime. Har- vard, Colby, New Hampshire and AIC. Goalie Bill Lawn, Fred Vorderer, Richie Cavanaugh and Capt. George Buckley, who injured his previously broken collarbone later in the sea- son, were the sparkplugs of the team. Left: Goalie Wilson kicks out shot. Right: Art Chisholm (7) sweeps around defensemen to score on Boston College goalie Jimmy Logue during Beanpot Tourney game. 1956-57. Goalie Eddie Kerr proved to the bright point in the season, although the team ' s mark slipped to 10-14-1. Kerr paced the team to a 7-2 romp over West Point during the Christmas Tourney and a 4-2 upset over BU who was bidding for an N.C.A.A. berth by his defensive work. Cavanaugh led the team in scoring for the third straight year. He notched 19 goals and 28 assists. 1957-58. The team continued its downward trend with a dismal 7-18-1 record. The Hus- kies managed to pull their perennial upset when they downed Harvard in the Bean Pot Tourney at Boston Garden. Harvard, never- theless was the New England representative to the NCAA tourney with an 18-5-1 record. George Lambert was the top Husky scorer for the year with 11 goals and 19 assists. 1958-59. The team got back on the winning side once again, with a 12-11 record. Artie Chisholm came along and promptly was named to the New England All-star team as well as being the second top scorer in the East. Frank Carroll, the new Husky netminder, became the first Husky goalie to allow less than 100 goals to be scored against him. He barely got under the margin with 99 goals against. The Hus- kies ventured out on a limb when they mot Michigan State in the Christmas Tourney here. They lost 8-1. In a meeting of Ail- Americans, football player and defenseman Pete Dawkins of Army, and Art Chisholm of Northeastern, the Huskies came out on top 3-2. SCHEDULE RESULTS NU Opponents 4 Yale 3 3 Boston University 12 1 Brown 2 4 Middlebury 9 2 Harvard 8 4 BU 9 2 Boston College 6 3 Army 8 5 New Hampshire 4 9 Tufts 5 7 Tufts 1 3 Dartmouth 7 3 Princeton 9 11 UMass 4 3 Harvard 5 3 Colby 8 5 Bowdoin 6 BC 5 2 RPI 10 2 Brown 3 8 AIC 5 2 Providence 9 2 Norwich 7 SCORING PARADE GOALS ASSISTS TP Chisholm, A. 25 31 56 Cronin, G. 28 17 45 Weissbach, L. 16 23 39 McElholm, J. 4 8 12 Palmer, J. 3 7 10 Lynch, D. 3 6 9 Vient, W. 4 4 8 Casey, T. 2 3 5 Waterman, F. 2 3 5 Delaney, W. 3 2 5 Johnston, P. 1 3 4 Dutczak, E. 3 1 4 McGrath, M. 4 4 Weissbach scores as shot trickles past BU goalie Tanner. ONE — TWO PUNCH Art Chisholm Gerry Cronin Left: Bob Larson, Pres- ident of the Hus-Skiers Club. Right: Rex Morey top point scorer in N.F ' S.C. S Ui CCH BY DON LIPSITZ For the second year in a row, the Northeast- ern University ski team was nosed out by MIT for the championship cf ths New England In- tercollegiate Ski Conference. Over the eight meet season of alpine events, the lead of accumulated points changed hands twice, with MIT finally taking first place by 3.2 points. Ski Coach Bob Thompson said, " This was a season of great racing. The conference teams were similar in talent and well-balanced, pro- ducing good competition. " Even early in the season the twelve team conference was a very close struggle. At the end of the season only 62.8 points separated first place from seventh. COLLEGE POINTS 1. MIT 730.8 2. Northeastern 727.6 3. Tufts 721.0 4. Amherst 694.7 5. New England College 685.6 6. Princeton 670.3 7. Boston University 668.0 The other five members of the NEISC who compete from January to March are Boston College, AIC, Brown, Keene Teachers College and Lyndon Teachers College. Rex Morey bolstered Northeastern ' s cham- pionship attempt by finishing first among the 150 competitors in the individual standings with 763.61 points. He edged his closest op- ponent by .03 of a point. In the eight meets, the Husky team won the Tufts Challenge Trophy Race, was runner-up in five other races besides placing fourth and fifth once. In the Tufts Challenge Race, Northeastern had six men in the top twenty : Rex Morey, 2 ; Captain Mark Standley, 3; Bill Martin, 8; Barry Harris, 9 ; Harding Bush, 16 ; and David Bergstrom, 20. There are six men on each squad for each team. The time ' s of each squad ' s first four men are totaled and the lowest time total is the winner. Head coach of the Northeastern team was Bob Thompson. His assistants were Charles Fosberg and Bill Lee. Mark Standley was the captain. " A " team racers included Cal Mc- Donald, Martin, Morey, Harris, Bush and Bergstrom. Other members of the team were Jim Bag- ley, Jack Huber, Tom Dungan, Fred Sawin, Foster Chandler, Bill Simineau and Dick Brown. The Ski Team is a part of the Hus-Skiers and Outing Club which has over 100 members and is the second largest club at Northeastern. The team held its races on the Slalom, Belknap Mt., Laconia, N.H. ; Giant Slalom, Suicide Six, Woodstock, Vt. ; Downhill, Killington Basin, Sherburne, Vt. ; and Giant Slalom, Dartmouth Skiway, Lyme, N.H. HusSkiers gather for Skiing in Vermont. «. • - SKiING Barbara Hughes Sue Goodspeed Dick ( ampbcll ioa DiaiKT Shaun Flanagan m V P ih. ' " r ' Ik 7 1 ' ' J HB iK l to IKw i a- v. |H|| SHIIk ■» % . -•-•- ' mm Linda Beller Mary Ann Griciunas [203] Rear: Capt Joseph Wallace, Ad isor, Bob Trachtenberg, Ralph RiJ. eway, Laura DiBiaso, iM Sgt. E. Jordan, Coach. Front: Shaun Flanagan, A. Smith, R, Campbell, M. Howard, S. Draper. BY ED HUPPRICH Northeastern ' s rifle team finished fifth in the nation in the National Rifle Association championship matches, according to the June issue of the " NRA Tournament News. " The team finished first in the Eastern Sec- tionals fired at Boston University to gain the Eastern title and came out fifth in competition with 290 teams all over the country, in the National matches. In recent years, the rifle team has been the most winning team at the University. Besides being the Eastern champion, the team com- pleted its third undefeated season in a row in the Greater Boston Rifle League to gain per- manent possession of the League trophy. The team also added to its growing collec- tion of trophies by copping the Jewish War Veterans Cup, for permanent possession, after coming in first for the fourth consecutive year, and the New England Rifle League Trophy, for finishing the season undefeated. Art Smith led the Northeastern team in the championship match by compiling a score of 292 points, the highest individual score re- corded during the season. Dick Campbell and Scotty Draper finished second and third respectively on the team, scoring when they posted identical scores of 290. Shaun Flanagan, the fourth man on the team, finished with a 278 to give the team a final score 1150 points. The total was just nine points off Oregon State ' s winning score of 1159. Dick Campbell received an award for the " Outstanding rifleman of the year " while Richard Lee was designated the " Outstanding Freshman rifleman. " " This season ' s rifle team is one of the most successful in years, " said Major Seldner, an advisor to the team. A pert sophomore, Susan Goodspeed led the women ' s team to a seventh place finish in the National Rifle Championships. Sue was also the recipient of the " Outstanding Woman on the Rifle Team " award for the second straight year. In winning the New England Rifle League title. Northeastern edged defending champion Norwich by one point. The Huskies scored 1423 points to Norwich ' s 1422, MIT ' s 1416, Coast Guard ' s 1411 and New Hampshire ' s 1409. Art Smith topped the field with a 290 score to nip team-mates Scotty Draper, 289, and Dick Campbell, 288. The men behind the scenes who guided the team to its winning season, were Capt. Joseph Wallace, faculty advisor, and M sgt. Earl Jor- dan, coach. The team ' s final record was 20 victories and no losses. [204] .-.;-■.? ' ? SPRING . .1. ; hI I » • 1 IL .4 k cue iU m n ' m Left to Right, Front Row: T. T. Caggiano, H. Kreshpane, 1, Flaherty, M. Dvorchak, J. Quinlan, T. Conway, J. Woodlock, W. McDonald. Second Row: Trainer Kassabian, Coach Connelly, R. Murray, S. Ajamian, M. McGrath, R. Reardon, J. Lark, E. Brady, J. Haslitt. Third Row: F. Beckette, T. LaRosa, W. Mayhew, D. Lynch, T. McLaughlin, E. Mullens, J. Mulkerrin. Although the 1960 baseball team posted only a nine-won and nine-loss record, it battled down to the last ten days of the season for the Greater Boston League Championship, placing four of its members on the GBL All-Star team, before winding up in third place. First baseman, Mike Dvorchak, shortstop Tony LaRosa, pitcher, Warren Mayhew, and catcher Tom Cangiano were the Huskies named to the All-Star team. Dvorchak, who was rated the " best fielder in this area " by Coach Tinker Connelly, com- pleted a sparkling athletic career while at Northeastern. Mike was selected as the NEWS " Athlete of the Year " for his outstanding record in basketball and baseball. Besides his fine fielding, a batting average well over .300 and his many clutch hits for the baseball team, Dvorchak scored over 1000 points for the bas- ket ball squad, was a member of the Greater Boston League Basketball All-Star Team and scored 15 points while pacing the Boston All- Stars to a victory over the New England All- Stars in 1960. Always a hard worker and a proficient scorer, Dvorchak had a foul shooting per- centage of 81 per cent in his last year and had a personal high scoring total of 36 points in a game with Dean Junior College. LaRosa, a varsity rookie during the 1960 season and former Everett High School base- ball captain, won the starting All-Star short- stop position, although he was formerly a sec- ond baseman. LaRosa impressed Coach Con- nelly in his first varsity game, when he belted a home run to help defeat Boston University. It was rumored during the season that the Detroit Tigers were interested in the versatile infielder. Warren Mayhew, named to the squad for the second straight year, was one of the main reasons that the Huskies finished third in the GBL this season. " He ' s been our leading pit- cher for the past two seasons, " said Coach Connelly. Mayhew is a big right hander who has plenty of stamina. His pitching rec- ord for the past two years is 10 wins and eight losses. Tom Cangiano, nicknamed the " Medford Bomber, " batted close to .400 and was another Husky whose baseball career was being fol- lowed closely by the Detroit Tigers. Left: Mouse Quinlan readies for pitch against Boston College Hurler Bob Niemec. " Cangiano is a solid, steady player who has worked hard on his hitting and it ' s starting to pay off, " reported Connelly. But these four were not the only bright spots in the grueling schedule. The players jelled together from the start of the season into a soli_d unit which accounted for the high finish for Northeastern in the final league standings. Even the local Boston press was surprised by the strong Husky team. Speedy Ferdie Beckette and slick fielding " Mouse " Quinlan, members of the 1959 GBL All-Star Team, plus veterans Harry Kreshpane, Tom Flaherty, a top-notch quarterback and third baseman, Ed Brady, Steve Ajemian, Bob Reardon, Tom Conway and George Murray in addition to newcomers Jim Woodlock, who hit a tremendous .586 as a freshman, John Lahr and Bob Mullen completed the Husky roster. The Huskies got off to a quick start, com- piling a 3-1 record in the first week of play and figured to be one of the better Northeast- ern baseball squads. The victories included a 5 to 4 decision over Boston University, paced by shortstop LaKosa ' s home run, a 6 to 4 vic- tory against Clark University of Worcester and a 10 to 1 shell-lacking over Tufts. Warren Mayhew and Rod MacDonald com- bined to toss a five hitter versus the Jumboes, from Medford, while LaRosa paced the offense again with three doubles. Mayhew hurled eight innings, yielding four hits while fanning nine. Mayhew and Bob Mullin threw a five-hitter against Harvard and allowed only one earned run between them but lost the game 3 to 2. The Huskies faltered in the second week, experiencing defensive lapses, inadequate pitching and just plain bad luck to drop the next three contests to Colby, 14 to 12, Bates 5 to 1, and the eventual Greater Boston and New England Champion, Boston College, 12 to 5. Tom Cangiano, Mike Dvorchak and LaRosa had three hits apiece in the Colby game but Husky pitchers gave up 13 hits, and 13 base- on-balls to the Colby batters. LaRosa and Cangiano had another two hits each in the Bates losses. Centerfielder Ferdie Beckette made 11 putouts in the Boston Col- Ige contest while team-mate Dvorchak had three hits. Three Eagle players belted gigan- tic home runs at the Brookline Field. Bill Cunis hit a 400-plus foot home run in the third inning over the center field fence. Husky John Erickson was the only other player to wallop a pitch over the link fence in Husky history. Gerry Hamel, 370-foot, and Bill Nagle, 360- foot, were the other home run hitters for the Eagles. liilflii i ' -ilff ' ' fmiR losTOM 4A6ue MlSTARTEAIV ' 3-0 ay Tooiy LA ROSA OfALKEO up 3HIT5 IN NU-U P( 6A(WC. 146- ,„, opeseo THE ati 6 vvie ' W r A 3 0 Fr. HOME RUIV, TOIVyALSO HIT 3 Dou(3UESF0R 3QBl ' 5 iN A«o » Rourop T rr , TOf cwot r Sill N Qt BoquETr£ op T f€ ?E D SoK A? W KB Silo Rep A HorAE ROW ANDAS» GLE (iVTHH Ml? C f N B LEADJJV6- THE TCAm IIV 6C0R»M. M? )FoR.p HIGH. CAPTA Vop W ' S F OSHT A A IN 9 C A(V6 AN N nsfJS T F Aa SfAR Te » v ATf .369 ' A sharp and happy reversal was led by first baseman Mike Dvorchak, catcher Tommy Can- giano and a vastly improved Harry Kreshpane in the outfield. The Huskies bounced back to down Bowdoin 8 to 6, Boston University for the second time, 5 to 2, M.I.T. 3 to 0, and A.I.C. 10 to 9. Warren Mayhew chalked up his fourth victory of the season with a two-hit performance against M.I.T. Dvorchak paced the offense against the Cambridge Engineers with a home run and a single for two RBI ' s. At Medford, Mayhew battled Tufts ace Dick Dahlquist, before succumbing 3 to 1. This game wrecked Northeastern ' s chances for the league title, and left Tufts and Boston College to battle it out for the championship. The game must have also affected the Husky ' s play, since the team managed to win only two more games over the remainder of the sche- dule. At Providence, R.I., the Huskies scored two runs in the first of the eleventh inning but the Providence Friars retaliated in the last of the inning for five singles and three runs to nip Northeastern 4 to 3. The following day, May- hew won his fifth game by defeating W.P.I. , 8 to 4, on just five hits at Kent Field. Left: Mike Dvorchak makes his final putout for Northeastern. Above: Catcher Tom r,ini;j.inn lias hall in mitt while braced to tag out MIT runners at plate. The Eagles from Boston College trounced the Huskies 11 to 3 at their Chestnut Hill campus to even the Husky record at 8-8. But the Huskies travelled to Durham, N.H. to gain their final victory of the year, a 7 to 6 triumph over Nevi ' Hampshire. In the season ' s finale at Brookline, the Hus- kies bovi ed 11 to 7 to Springfield College. NU OPPONENT 5 Boston University 4 2 10 Harvard Tufts 3 1 12 Colby 14 6 Clark 4 1 Bates 5 5 Boston College 12 8 Bowdoin 6 5 Boston University 2 3 M.I.T. 10 A.I.C. 9 1 Tufts 3 3 Providence 4 8 W.P.I. 4 3 Boston College 11 7 New Hampshire 6 7 Springfield 11 BASEBALL BACK YEARS 1958-59 — The Huskies compiled only an 8-10 record but three of its members, Warrsn Mayhew, Mouse Quinlan and Ferdie Beck- ette, were named to the Greater Boston All- Star Team. Mayhew compiled a 3-1 mark, shutting out M.I.T. 2-0 and B.U. 1-0 and stopping Harvard 6-2. Quinlan lead the Husky batters with a .320 average. Beckette hit .272 and showed all-around ability as a centerfielder. In this same year, Big John Erickson belted the first home run ever hit over the center field link fence at Brookline Field. 1957-58 — Quinlan won the GBL batting title with a torrid .403 while being named to the GBL All-Star Team along with second- baseman Bob Girouard, .300, and John Erickson, .360, six home runs and 15 RBI ' s, as the Huskies won seven and lost 12 games. Pete McKee and Rod MacDonald were the top pitchers with 2-0 records. 1956-57 — Sophomore Erickson was named Athlete of the Year. John played in three sports, football, basketball and baseball. The bespectacled outfielder hit .272, had four home runs and knocked in 19 runs for the Huskies. Pitcher-outfielder George Dowd and infielder Warren Fiske, .357, were named to the GBL All-Star team. The Hus- kies had a 12-10-1 record. Before the season began, the team had lost outstanding outfielder Dick Carter, who signed with the New York Yankees, and the Lason brothers, Ron and Don, who signed with the Milwaukee Braves, besides a new coach. Tinker Connelly, who re- placed Herb Gallagher moved up to the position of Athletic Director. Nevertheless, new comers Bob Girouard, Ron Ayotte, Bob Kelley, Dick Johnson, George Dowd and George Buchanan boosted the club. Left: Dvorchak takes throw as BU runner is nipped by a stride. Right: EC ' s captain Ed Martin slides safely into third as NU ' s Ed Brady puts late tag on him. " Ttt te Left to Right, Front Row: F. Beckette, C. Henderson, F. Parillo, D. MacAuky, D. Stevens, J. Bolton, W. Lytle, J. Frisch, J. Abelon. Back Row: I. Cohen, manager, M. Hill, Ass ' t coach, F. Lynch, R. Bain, R. Lucas, Captain, P. Woodland, J. Howell, J. Pignato, L. Schuster, R. Bentley, J. Donohue, R. Hancock, B. Rollins, Coach Tatton, R. Cohen, ass ' t manager. BY DON MacAULAY Although the 1960 indoor track team won only three of seven meets, they were out- classed only once, by an undefeated University of Maine squad. Coming off a disastrous 1959 season, in which the Huskies went winless, coach Jerry Tatton ' s charges were a vastly improved club. The opening meet of the season, a tri-meet with Tufts and MIT at Cousins Cage in Med- ford, saw a superior Northeastern distance team provide the strength for a 57i o to 541 2 victory over Tufts, while MIT trailed with 25. A sweep of the mile ; first, second and fourth in the two-mile; first, second and fourth in the 1000 gave Northeastern 28 out of a possible 33 points in the distance events. Sophomores Chico Parillo and Dave Knee- land showed that they would cause a lot of trouble for Husky opponents when they each took a first and a second. Parillo started things off by leading an NU sweep of the mile with a 4 :49.5 effort. Not far behind came Dave Kneeland and Joe Abe- lon in that order. In the two-mile, the tables were turned as Kneeland led Parillo home in 10:56.5, with Paul Franson grabbing fourth. Paul Woodland, former state champion at Watertown High, outclassed a strong 1000 yard field and led teamate Abelon to a 2:26.8 triumph. Captain, Dick Lucas, copped the broad jump with a leap of 21 feet 2 inches, and Larry Chetti won the 50 yard dash in 5.7, to wrap up the NU victory. The following week Northeastern hosted a strong Bates team which was in the midst of a three year undefeated streak, and although the Huskies only won three first places, they still managed to keep the meet close before bowing 65 2 3 to 42 1 3. Again the individual standout was Chico Parillo with a third in the mile and one of Northeastern ' s three triumphs in the two- mile. In the former event, Joe Abelon and Bates ' Pete Schuyler put on a tremendous duel be- fore Schuyler managed to win in a good 4:37.2. Willy Anderson, Cabot Cage high jump record holder, won his specialty with a 5 ft. 11 in. effort. Billy Lytle, sophomore hurdler, copped one of the most exciting low hurdles races ever witnessed in the cage when he nipped Bates ' John Douglas and Bob Erdman, with teamate Jim Banks getting fourth. All four finalists leaned into the tape simul- taneously, and it took a 10 minute conference by the judges before they could come up with a winner. Rudy Smith, Bates ' standout 600 yarder, was pushed by Joe Bolton and Ronnie Dean before winning his specialty in 1:19.3. The Huskies reached their peak against the University of New Hampshire on January 23, when, after taking 10 out of 13 first places, they swept to a 73 V2 to 391 2 victory. [210] INDOOR — Larry Chetti wins 50-yard dash over Tufts and MIT. The meet was closely fought at first with the Wildcats taking a slight lead after the field events. Once the running got underway, how- ever, the tide turned as Paul Woodland turned in the years ' fastest mile time besides winning the 1000. jTim Banks accounted for three of the 10 firsts with wins in the high and low hurdles plus a victory in the high jump. Joe Abelon downed Yankee Conference cross country champion, Doug MacGregor, after a stirring battle in the two-mile. Woodland ' s mile victory was a front run- ning affair in which he outlegged New Hamp- shire ' s Art Pelczar with a swift 4 :32.7. Woody then returned to lead a Northeastern sweep of the 1000 in which Bolton was second and Dean third. Larry Chetti in the dash, Frank Lynch in the pole vault, and a relay combination of Billy Lytle, Paul Franson, Don MacAulay and Al Poole, provided the other Northeastern wins. The illness of Paul Woodland and Joe Abe- lon cost the Huskies the Boston College meet as the Eagles scored heavily in the mile and 1000 for a 641 2 to 48 3 4 victory. Once again Jim Banks proved to be the big gun for Northeastern with firsts in the high and low hurdles and a tie for third in the high jump. It was the second successive meet in which the former Rindge Tech ace had won both hurdle events. Frank Lynch, reaching his top height of the year, copped the pole vault by clearing 12 feet. A Willy Anderson victory in the high jump at six feet and a 21 ft. 61 4 in. winning leap in the broad jump by Dick Lucas gave the Huskies their only other wins. The trip to Storrs, Ct. proved disastrous for Northeastern when Gene Givens and Bob Harrison teamed up to win five events in handing the Huskies a 66 to 47 defeat. Givens, later New England 100 and 220 sprint champion, captured the 60 yard dash, the high hurdles, and placed second in the low hurdles, while Harrison took top honors in the broad jump and high jump. Chico Parillo topped the Husky performers by winning the two-mile and placing second behind Joe Abelon in the mile. Frank Lynch won his second meet in a row when he vaulted 11 ft. 6in. The relay tandem of Paul Jenney, Don MacAulay, Jackie Frisch and Billy Lytle swept to victory in that event. Back in the home confines of Godfrey Cabot Cage, coach Tatton ' s boys successfully de- feated the University of Massachusetts 59 2 3 to 53 1 3. OUTDOOR — Bry- ant Rollins wins 100- yard dash in a dual track meet at Spring- field. I Left: Chico PariUo leads Huskies to victory in Mile race here. Billy Lytle paced the Husky attack by up- setting teamate Banks in both hurdles events. Lytle ' s time of 5.6 seconds in the low hurdles was only one-tenth of a second off the cage record. The sophomore hurdler also placed third in the broad jump to complete a Northeastern sweep. Dick Lucas won the .jump with a 21 ft. 5 in. performance, just edging teamate Lee Schuster by 1 2 inch. The two-mile proved to be an interesting event as Joe Abelon outran Massachusett ' s Ralph Buschman who just nipped Chico Paril- lo for the runner up spot. The largest snow storm to hit Boston in 1960 postponed the scheduled meet with the University of Maine which, unfortunately for the NU tracksters, was re-scheduled two weeks later. Weakened by an injury to Jim Banks and Right: Tom Cava- naugh, captain of the track team. Left: Irwin Cohen, manager of team and squad ' s most avid rooter. the loss of Larry Chetti, the Huskies met Maine, probably the strongest team in New England, and dropped an 86 to 27 decision. The Huskies managed to win only two events, the low hurdles in which Billy Lytle again ran 5.6, and the dash which was taken by Ed Hayward, for his initial win of the sea- son. Maine ' s Bill Spencer stole the show by set- ting a Cage record in the 1000 with a 2:19.7 mark. The following week Northeastern won two events in the first annual Greater Boston League Championships held at Cousins Cage in Medford. Boston College captured the team title after a close tussle with Boston Univer- sity. Individual standout, however, was North- eastern ' s Billy Lytle who copped both the low and high hurdles. r Lytle, really rounding into top late season form, sped over the timbers ahead of three men who had defeated him earlier in the season. Other good performances turned in by Northeastern runners were Chico Parillo ' s fourth place in the mile and Joe Bolton ' s fourth in the 600 yard run. A lack of weightmen hurt the Huskies dur- ing the outdoor season, and as a result North- eastern dropped all five outdoor meets. The opener at Springfield, in early April, was run in a cold rain and sleet, and the host team proved very unhospitable by capturing every event. Chico Parillo was the only Northeastern man to give the Gymnasts any trouble at all, placing second in both the mile and two-mile. The following week the Huskies traveled to Kingston, Rhode Island where they were trounced by the University of Rhode Island, 991 0 to 351 2- Wins by Willy Anderson in the high jump and Dick Lucas in the broad jump, comlained with a Husky sweep of the two-mile, provided the bulk of Northeastern ' s points. Parillo again captured the two-mile, run- ning away in 10 :21.3. He was followed by Paul Woodland and Dick Stevens, who ' s third place held Rhody under the century mark. In the most exciting race of the day Stevens made up nearly 100 yards on a pair of Rhode Island runners in the last quarter of a mile to complete the Northeastern sweep. The trip to Lewiston, Maine for the Bates meet proved unsuccessful for coach Tatton ' s team as Bates rolled up a 105 to 28 victory. Again the whole show for NU was Chico Parillo with a win in the two-mile and a close second in the mile. The outstanding sophomore did it again at the Tufts meet which was won by the Jumbos 80 to 55. Parillo was the only double winner of the day, capturing the mile and two-mile. Middle distance runner Paul Jenney cap- tured his first win of the season when he suc- cessfully held off Tufts ' Joe Whalen in the stretch to win the 440. A Northeastern sweep of the 880 with Ron- nie Dean leading Paul Woodland and Joe Bol- ton kept the score close, but Carl Peterson and Earl Beazley, with first and second in the shot Northeastern wins 100 yard Jash versus Maine. put and hammer throw, wrapped things up for Tufts. The final regular season meet was a tri-meet at the University of Connecticut. UConn came out on top with 86 1 2 points to 49 for runnerup Coast Guard Academy and 29% for North- eastern. Lee Schuster upset Lucas and Connecticut ' s Bob Harrison to win the broad jump at 21 ft. 1 1 4 in. Although running 10 seconds flat for the 100 yard dash, Billy Lytle could do no better than third as UConn ' s sprint sensation. Gene Givens was clocked in 9.7 seconds. Joe Abelon was elected to captain the 1960 squad at the annual Spring Sports Banquet. It was quite an honor for the former Lynn Classi- cal star, as he had earlier been elected cross country captain. Chico Parillo, the man who carried the Hus- kies almost single-handedly this year, received the Northeastern NEWS Most Improved Player Award. It was also the second such honor for Parillo as he and Dave Kneeland won the honor for cross country. Below: Don MacAuley takes baton. o tittA c By DON NETTO Perhaps the biggest event, to members of the sailing team, is the annual ocean cruise at the conclusion of the season. The 1960 members, 18 strong, took a plea- sure cruise in Marblehead Harbor in three 19- foot lightnings, sloop-rigged boats. In past years, the team has been guest aboard yachts, sloops and even the various Navy boats at Annapolis, Maryland. The sailing team offers the opportunity for girls to earn minor letters at Northeastern in inter-collegiate competition. In April, Boston University won the 39th semi-annual sailing for the Rudolf O. Oberg Trophy at M.I.T. on the Charles River. The race for the Greater Boston Dinghy Cham- pionship honors Professor Rudolf Oberg, Director of Alumni Relations and the founder of the sailing and yacht clubs at Northeastern. The New England International Sailing As- sociation established the Oberg Trophy and Prof. Oberg presents it to the winning team at each race. Oberg was one of the earliest pro- ponents of inter-collegiate sailing. BU topped this year ' s trophy sailing with 16 points. M.I.T. placed second while North- eastern finished third in the race. The competition consisted of three divisions with each of several colleges having one crew entered in every race. The competing colleges this year were Harvard, M.I.T., Tufts, Boston College, Babson, Boston University and North- eastern. A southerly breeze of 10 to 15 knots pre- vailed as Division " A " Commodore Cal Mac- Donald, 60E, took two first places in Class A. Other Husky sailors were Jack Huber, Peggy Sheehan, Bob Bickmore, Maury Reardon and Fred Newton. Mark Standley was the Divi- sion " B " Commodore. Paul Lawton and Lincoln Smith made a good showing for Northeastern while racing at Mystic Lakes in Medford. The Sailing team travelled to Dartmouth at Hanover, N.H. to compete in the Phelps Tro- phy Race. Northeastern finished third in the Raven Class sailing meet at the Coast Guard Acad- emy at New London, Ct. The Coast Guard Left to Right, Front Row: Sue Gregory, Ruth Shepard, Loretta Bellotti. Back Row: Robert Binder, Harvey Beth, Bernard Bloom. cadets won the racing on the Thames River Course with a total of 36 points to Yale and Northeastern ' s 32. Boston College, Worcester Tech and Trinity were the other teams en- tered. With a season from September to Novem.ber and April to May, team members sailed every- thing from 12-foot Tech dinghies to 40-foot Navy yawls. Last winter, 20 Husky members went frostbite racing at Plymouth and Marble- head. They were able to do this because of the lack of ice and comparatively mild winter. Prof. Mavor, an advisor to the sailing team, designed a midget ocean racer which won first place in the competition during Marblehead ' s Race Week. The design was noted as out- standing and is being copied in many areas. MR. ALL-AMERICAN ! W t All Amfdra (Collpge 1i|ork?g qunh Mat aillatanMiiy ;ilmi iii (fiaiicgc ffiorkrii tljf Amprtrait il nrbpii (Eaarljpa AaBurialioii aiitarba thifl rcrttfiralp of merit lii SlJ(d90fiAU Aiwrfta (Baliegt eIkts Btpmb Themas W«Km an Par tmtmnv „..q«or ;« C ucttHglt Mtchi attn Tteh . Rutttlljn tton VaritMutii„ .MM: y_KaV} i Pcntfirr riwm«„M4rKn Bo»toft C«lkj«_».-.. 3««r32 K«vib D«nV«r Pkilip CatMilU _ MU41«turg_... J«g Mgrctli Vorth Dakota. Terry SaUr S t. Javir tnci .., »! (2oppo_ -Mkhi an lick. HUSKY HIGHLIGHTS THE PRESIDENT AND THE CHANCELLOR PAST Huntington Ave. Baseball Grounds — 1903 PRESENT . . . „ $1,580,000 Modern gym and indoor cage Seftior Week [220] [221] Egad, it ' s the Dean Mrs. Robert Jones gets a P.A.L. Degree Sure beats studying Monday at the ' . ' May I have this dance? " Lunch Mayflower " Music hath charms Captive audience [223] An Ocean Cruise on WHO ' S SEASICK? [224] ■i jfuesday, lill around mill " Let me tell you. [225] There ' s that nosy photographer, again Spectators Playc [226] Picnic on Wednesday INSIDE And Inside Again And OUTSIDE [227] Northeastern Night — Fiedler Conducts Seniors Listen " .M. !■ [228] Thursday at the " Pops fi That Fiedler fella shows promise [229] THE SENIOR PROM r tm Let ' s dance while we can [230] The last fling CLASS OF I960 [231] akJK.. ' «sy % X: S ' ' ■ m ADVERTISER ' S INDEX Loring Studios 234 Northeastern University . . . . . . . . . . 235 Class of 1961 235 Class of 1962 235 J. P. O ' Connell Co 246 Northeastern News ........... 246 Class of 1963 246 Class of 1964 246 H. P. Hood and Sons 237 L. G. Balfour Company ........... 237 Symphony Flower Shop, Inc 237 Morgan Linen Service, Inc. .......... 237 John A. Volpe Construction Co. ... 237 Warren Press ............ 240 Co-operative Employers Listing . . . . . . . . . 238 [233] Loring Studios SCHOOL AND COLLEGE PHOTOGRAPHERS ' 10 West Street Boston, Mass. [234] The Officers and Faculty of . . . NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY extend best wishes and congratulations to the Class of ig6o. Nlay each life be a record of success and may each member achieve much happiness. Compliments of THE CLASS OF 19 6 1 Compliments of THE CLASS OF 1962 [235] Covipliments Congratulations of And Best Wishes J. P. O ' CONNELL CO. From The 110 Forsyth Street NORTHEASTERN Boston Massachusetts NEWS Compliments of THE CLASS OF Compliments ot THE CLASS OF 1963 1964 [236] Compliments of U. p. HOOD SOI S QUALITY DAIRY PRODUCTS SINCE 1846 Compliments of L G. BALFOUR COMPANY CLASS RING DIVISION ATTLEBORO MASSACHUSETTS 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 Compliments of THE MORGAN LINEN SERVICE INCORPORATED 941 Massachusetts Avenue BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS Compliments of JOHN A. VOLFE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY [237] The following Co-operative Empio Best Wishes to Acton Laboratories, Inc. Acton, Mass. Allis-Chalmers Mfg. Co. Boston, Mass. Avco-Everett Research Laboratory Everett, Mass. Blue Cross-Blue Shield Boston, Mass. Brockton Edison Co. Brockton Mass. Camp, Dresser McKee Boston, Mass. CBS Electronics Danvers, Mass. Chas. T. Main, Inc. • Consulting Des. Engrs. Boston, Mass. Dana F. Perkins Sons, Inc. Eaton Howard, Inc. Reading, Mass. Boston, Mass. [238] yers Extend Congratulations and the Class of I960 Fall River Gas Co. Fall River, Mass. Fay, Spofford Thomdike, Inc. Engineers Boston, Mass. Mystic Valley Gas Co. Maiden, Mass. New England Survey Service, Inc. Boston, Mass. Pickard Burns, Inc. - Res.. Dev. Electronics Needham, Mass. Pneumatic Scale Corp., Ltd. - Pkg. Bottling Mach. Quincy, Mass. Simplex Wire Cable Co. Cambridge, Mass. Sylvania Electric Products, Inc. - Data Systems Operations Waltham, Mass. Wirthmore Feeds Inc. Waltham, Mass, [239] cl m(ifv?d 0uMUath44i brinqing you the complcU coordination of all the fadoi involved in producing the finest Annual possible — tailored to meet ijoui desires and your budget. 160 WARREN STREET BOSTON 19, Massachusetts V - '


Suggestions in the Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) collection:

Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection, 1957 Edition, Page 1

1957

Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection, 1958 Edition, Page 1

1958

Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection, 1959 Edition, Page 1

1959

Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection, 1961 Edition, Page 1

1961

Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection, 1962 Edition, Page 1

1962

Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection, 1963 Edition, Page 1

1963

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.